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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r prCr qa Tt J f tT Nt wJ rj f f THE HAZEL GREEN ERALD0 Established March 4 1886 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Oontihentby Max ORell o Sc J PENOEll Owner and COOlBK Editor Ie The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year a Advance t n TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUOKY THURSDAY JUNE 10 1909 NTTMBER60 Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Etteot June 21 1908 WEST BOUND No1 NoLNnS STATIONS Dally eX Dallyanl1 Suuduy Sunday dundayonly AMLve PMLve AMLve Jaokeon 6 10 am 2 20 pm 7UU u- w0K Junct 6 161w 2 l5 pm 705 um 754 aw Beattyve Jc 7 0711m iW pOI 3 41 815 act Torrent 7 ao am pm Nat 7 45 am 3 60 pOI 82U um Campton Briden 7 48 am a 67 pm 82811- 1Df 4 26 t64 ant Stanton I 8 15 am pm U02 aID Clay City 8 25 am 4 35 pm IOU3um9OOam 607 pm LJtKJnncnl Winchester 9 12 am 5 20 pm 1012 am 1025 aw l Lexton ar 9 CO am 005 pm EAST BOUND No2k No4 STATIONS Dally and BundayaI Sunday PM LyeAMI 25 0 0 7 3f am pm 8 13 am 2 38 20 20 2 48 pm pm LexingtonI I 8 26pm 40 U 02 am3 50 pm 40 9 10 amStanton 1443 68 pm 44 Junt n 9 38 pm 4 30 Camptonpm 67 9 43 am4 35 pm 67 Nat Bridge l 4 47 pm 62 Torrent 62 9 66 am 610 pm 70 BeattyveJc am 605 pm 90 OKJuncn 7011017 am am 8 10 pm 94 Jackson CONNECTIONS L E JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 and w ill make connection with the C OKy for Mt Sterling JUNCTIONTralnB Nos 1 2CAMPTON 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By for Pine Ridge and Campton No2BBATTVVILK JUNCTioNTratns will make connection at Beattyville Juno with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyville O KJUNCTIONTralnl Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local stations on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager OHAB SCOTT UenPassAfent s liMoo Kontuokg I1i1w8j lime Table May 21 I9O5 WEST BOUND No 33 t I 1 No 21 Daily ex S STATIONS Daily ex Sunayi Sunday PM ABB 0 27 PM ABB li 20 6 Cannel City 22 1285 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 4 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 61 3 62 22 VllhurstM 6 11 44 3 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 r II No22 Dally ex n STATIONS Dally uSunday Sunay- r AMLYRPMLv1I ff 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 to 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 f 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 S4 B 37 10 Wllhurst 20 1 51 025 1 OK Junction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Iii Nos 21 and 22 will make close connectioi at O K Junction with NOl 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail P wayIi L CONLEY Superintendent mountaiI1 OeIlt81 I 8i1I08a No1 No 2 DEPART ARRiVE 000 a m Campton 1130 a m 200 p mCampton 000pm No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampu Juno 10 05 um 3 80 pmCampn Juno 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains i B F BOLIN- CUNDERTAKERi I CAMPTON KY the citizens of Wolfe and INFORMS counties that he carries ir a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the dead in dccent style y Special caskets supplied on 24 1 hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones c r C HO- SENotary SEWELL PublicST- ILLWATER KY Oflers lib professional services lo citizens of Wolfe county and solicits the patronage eI uwho maytare legal papera to execata- Qlftoe at pia residence on tUlWJltDr r COUNTY NEWS 1 Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distant friends LACY CREEK J G Trimblo sold a cow to Clar onco Trimblo for 30 Miss Lula Rose visited on Gras sy Saturday and Sunday The infant child of Melvin Brewer and wife is not expected to live Mrs Emma Trimblo and daugh ter Omaha visited at Hazel Green SundayA came off on this creek Saturday evening which was a surprise to everybody Miss Mallie Byrd was a visitor to her sister Mrs Joe L Wilson bne day recently Quite a crowd assembled at the Rose graveyard last Sunday to dec orate the graves and pay their re spects to the ones gone before R A Childers and wife of Still water with their little daughter Rose Eveline visited Hoy L Child ers and family of this creek over SundayMrs Angeline James of your town is visiting her son A B James on this creek This is her second trip to Lacv creek since she moved from here several years ago Mort Elkins the lucky fisher man has given up the idea of fish jug any mure He thinks squirrel hunting is more profitable as he killed 5 squirrels in four days an averago of 11 per day Miss Sarah Taylor of Stillwater accompanied by her nephew Rol lie Sally visited on this creek recently While Miss Taylor was visiting her brother it seems that Rollies intention was to call some where else in the neighborhood Levy Elkins of this creek has one acre of very rough hill laud that money cant buy just at present but at some time may produce more money than Carter had oats There is neither god silver coal gas nor oil on the place but it IE well stocked with the weed canes ginseng June 7 BERTIE Women Who Are Envied Those attractive women who ar lovely in face form and temps ale the envy of many who migh be like them A weak sickly wo man will be nervous and irritable Constipation or kidney poison show in pimples blotches skit eruptions and a wretched complex ion For all such Electric Bitters work wonders They regulat stomach Jiver and kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breathsmooth velvety skin lovely complexion Many charming women owe their health and beauty to them 50 at all dealers LAUREL CREEK Harve Banks IP quite ill at this writingBruce Pelfry was seen shopping on little Laurel Sunday Pearce Brewer was called to Dog creek Monday on legal business Boyd Hatton of Stillwater call cd on his best girl L B Saturday and Sunday Taylor Brewer and wile were calling on Miss Lena Shoemaker Sunday evening Misses Perlio Brewer and Laura Shoemaker visited Miss Nancy Brewer recently Bill Shoemaker who left some weeks since for Illinois has arrived at his destination W M Brewer was visiting his daughter Mrs Jane Ratlifle on Stillwater Saturday Miss Vernie Sweeney and broth er Reuben spent Sunday with their cousins Roy and Autne BrewerTilden Pelfry and Plorus Brew er two of Laurels charming youiif men had their beauty snatched Sunday evening Stove Brown of Gosnoyville culled on Miss Junie Brewer Sun day but Veruie says Tilden Pelfr badt gained the day i JIIItj TO CORRESPONDEHTSMail your Item early 10 they will reach our office mornlngfondayIfnot be published unless of unusual Im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one tide of the paper only Bob Crain of Red river was calling on Miss Sarah Brewer Sun day although Roy said Frank Ad ams had filled his place Char and Jesse Brewer of Hol ly visited their uncle Wm Brewer and cousin Laura Shoemaker from Saturday until Monday Jeff Brewer who has been in Middletown Ohio a few months writes that he is homesick and that there is no place like old Ken tuckyJune 7 E ERA Thrilling Rescue How Bert R Lean of Gheny Wash was saved from a frightful death is a story to thrill the world A hard cold ho 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 California but without benefit At last I used Dr KingsNow Discovery which completely cured me and now I am as well as ever For lung trouble bronchitis cough andcolds asthma croup and whooping cough its supreme 50o and 100 Trial bottle free Guar anteed by all dealers STAMPER BRANCH Quite a crowd went sarvis hunting Sunday Garett Hall was a guest of Ed Stamper Sunday Fred Stamper attended church on Laurel Sunday Willie Handy passed through this section Sunday L G Stamper went to Hazel Green Saturday on business Loyd the little sou of Mr and Mrs James Stamper is on the sick listWill Stamper and family spent Sunday with Mort Stamper and familyLewis Coldiron was n guest of his sister Mrs Frances Stamper SundayNelson Nickell was a guest of Boone Stamper and wife one day recentlyCleveland Phillips was a guest of his sister Mrs Eliza Stamper Sunday night Roy McNabb and George Cox passed through here Sunday en route to Laurel Drew Stamper was a guest oi his parents Mr and Mrs L G Stamper Sunday Nelson Nickell bought four hogs of Enoch Nickell one day recent ly j price unknown James Stamp r and son Loyd Vance Arnett and Andy Baker went fishing Saturday Farmers in this section are get ting behind with their work on ac count of so much rain Quito a crowd was entertained at the home of Miss Lillie Stam per with fine music Sunday George Brooks wife and two daughters were guests of L G Stumper and family Sunday Among those we noticed going to court Monday were James Fred and Drew Stamper and Cleve Phil lips Miss Mollie Stamper who is making her home with her uncle Vest Norman was visiting her father Will Stamper part of last weekVance Arnett and Andy Baker who are working on the Cumber land Pipe Lino stopped over with James Stamper from Wednesday until Monday June 7 SPRINGTIME Trouble Makers Ousted Whnn a sufferer from stomach trouble takes Dr Kings New Life r Pills hes mighty glad to see dys pepsin and indigestion fly but more hes tickled over his new fine I appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all because stomach lives and kidneys now work right 25c at all dealers ra ni TRENT- F Stamper of Stamper branch was in this section Sunday Johnnie the son of Mrs Emma OHair is very low at this writing Mrs Geneva Brown made a business trip trip to Campton Thurs dayTom Hollon was around gather ing up wool to ship to the factory FridayMarion and Ella Edwards were visiting their aunt Mrs D B Ty ra Saturday night Johnnie Barker passed through here en route to Consolation where ho preached Sunday W M Blankenship and son Willie of Consolation passed thru this section Saturday Misses Ninnie Brewer and Laura Beasley of Stillwater attended church at this place Sunday Mr and Mrs George Buchanan of Stillwater passed through hereon route to Hazel Green Friday Quite a crowd was delightfully entertained at the home of Miss Stella Edwards Sunday evening Jeff Cruey of Gillmore took dinner with his sister Mrs Ara belle Maloney and family last SundayMr and Mrs Courtney Barker and Mrs S M Tyler all of Consolation took dinner with J H Barker and family Sunday Rosalee the little daughter of Mitchell Campbell and wife was visiting her grandparents Mr and Mra J H Campbell Saturday Miss Lillie Brewer accompanied by John L OHair was delightful ly entertained at the home of John Campbell and family Sunday after noonMr and Mrs Tom Manion pass ed through here en route to the lot ters parents Dan Couch and wife Friday returning home Sunday Mr and Mrs Floyd Center of Big branch passed through hereon their way to visit the attars parents Mr and Mrs Black Ma lonoy Saturday Juno 7 MOONSHINE HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure K J CHENEY CO Toledo Q We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all builuesi transactions and finannclally able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDIKO KIND AN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure la taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by Druggists Take Halls Family Pills lor constipation CANNEL CITY Mrs Malone Lykins is seriously- ill Mr and Mrs Urfer left Friday for their home in Lexington Little Gladys Byrd daughter of Mr and Mrs Charlie Byrd is very sickDr Nickell of this place bought the home of Levi Williams at Ca ney and will locate there Mrs J T Nickell left Monday for West Liberty where she will visit friends and relatives Miss Omer Gambill returned Saturday from a visit to her broth ea Lawrence Gambill at Wrigley I Mr Burnham bookeeper for the Richmond Cooperage Co returned Thursday from a business trip to RichmondA play Married Life was presented at the skating rink Sat urday niget by the students of the West Liberty school and was reported a success Emmett Kilgore former clerk of Cannel City Fair has purchased the property of General Kelly and will commence business for him self in a few days June 7 ETHEL Could Not Be Better No one has ever made a salve ointment lotion or balm to com pare with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the one perfect healer of outs corns burns bruises sores scalds boils ulcers eczema salt rheum For sore eyes cold sores chapped hands its supreme Infallible for piles Only 25c at nil dealers I Many a largo idea originates in a small brain itI + ay 1 CONSOLATION Mrs Phajba S arks of Torrent is visiting her mother Mrs Eliza beth Sparks Tom Oldfield of Mt Sterling visited in this neck o the woods part of last week Arlie Cecil bought two hogs of SquareforMiss Lula daughter of HonJ P Rose of Lacy creek was visit ing in this section Sunday John Barker the well known minister of Stillwater preached at this place Sunday to a very good crowdJoe Lee Oldfield and family of Mize were visiting his brotherin law Arlie Cecil and wife of this place Sunday- June 7 MONK EZEL S S Dennis esq is on the sick listJ D Anderson is attending Cir cuit court at Salyersville John Andersou returned home from Texas a few days since Mollie Havens has gone to Sit Sterling for a ten days visit Miles N Yocum went to Mt Sterling recently on business- F W Clark of Mariba bought 05 sheep from Asa F Murphy J F Havens sold to K M Couch of Grassy a team of horses for 205 J F Havens bought a hunch of 13 hogs from 0 H Downing of WellingtonJ has sold his house and lot to Bob Patterson and will go west soon Miss Goldie Murphy has gone to Camargo to visit her grandfather J C Murphy Stanley Ward of Pekin was here Sunday interviewing the dep uty postmaster Arch Childers has moved his well drilling outfit to West Liber ty to do some work Clifford Nickell Murphy J B Webb Webbville and V10 Back Denniston were recently registered at the Havens House W L Creekbaum has gone to Pendleton county to be nt his fa thers birthday on the 11th inst The old gentleman will be 105 years old June 7 WAREHOUSE INSKO HP Davis is outbuying up a bunchof sheep Dutch Bailey of Morehead is here visiting relatives Our Sunday school recently organized is doing fairly good work Borr to the wife of H Howard Bailey a fine tenponnd boy Jesse Jamie Bailey recently sold a nice milk cow to his son Pres for 80 Several from this place attend ed church services at Belknap last SundayPorter Davis sold a fine cow to J H Pugh of Magoffiu county for 8750 Quito a number from here went to Caney Sunday to see the Odd Fellows march Lee City wake up and tell us what you have been dreaming all this greatwhile Wm Bailey Jr went to Cannel City a few days ago arid purchased a new wagon for 58 J C Bailey left Sunday for Breathitt county where he will visit relatives and on his return he will try to buy a milk cow Leander Elam Mire Frances Elam and Mrs Willie Patrick have been on the sick list but are somewhat better at this wrltlpg Sam and George Wheeler cattle dealers passed through here the other day with about 800 sheep which they had bought for the marketIt rumored here that Heddie Lindon son of Andy Lindon and Richard Fugate son of Uncle Bill Fngate who recently joined the army were to be court martialed for killing two military officers and wounding another We do not hopoitlearned June 7 NAI 1I r 0 TOPHT FOlltIIBoone McGuire and wife of Bonny spent Sunanyatr the Irrnna of Ben Murphy Miss Golden Murphy was taken suddenly ill Saturday with an attack of cholera morbus iegttiwirigtoingl up straight will fail to reach the top Berry Taulbee made a notch or two in a matrimonial venture Sun day He took dinner with ttcharm ing widow John Frisby of Scrantoncisthe latest addition to thforceofkan1l81 MfrfhjjphystJandnight fox hunting resulting with luck very bad luck Bnford and Ura MurphY spent 1Andrewtook in the big meeting at Long i rbranch 1 Cecil Hurt and family of Green- brier came on the creek Saturday and will perhaps remain a month at the home of his mother Mrs Nannie Murphy daughteteMisses attended the Sunday serviced at Long branch church Rev Harry Daysboroday The shadow of gloom has dis persed and eyerytbipg is 1lovely around the home of Dr Hairy Murphy as long Dave LaY nnow tit occupies the dear old cabii onthe r hill Now the corn will grow and weeds will be a thing ofthe past Bud Little of Mize reports to the writer that Thursday morning early a crib with 800 bushels ofIcorn belonging to Sebe Caliiliff1Ycaught fire No clew as to how the fire originated With thehaseiet- mnceof neighboraBome ofthe cbfn was saved June 7 PO 1 TIFairs in= Kniueky- So far BgwecaD learathe fair 6chc4 used for Kentucky during the potaeatx year are as follows Georgetown July 27 to 31 Winchester August 3 to 6 Madlsonville August 3 to 7 Danville August t to 7 BLUE GRASS PAItj LlqttiiiItt 9toil4TajkjrsTillei August 10 to 13 Uniontown ngaat I ito 14 Hnrrodsburgv August 12 to 14 Brodhead Atiguttl td20 Leitchfield August 17 to 20 Barboursville August 18 to 20 ShepherdiTille August 18to 20 Ewing August 19 to 21 Bhelbyville August 24 to J3 p Florence August 25 to 28 London August 2b to 28 Springfield August 25 to 28 Frankfort August 31 to September Hardlnsburg Aug 31 to Sept 2 Bardstoirn September 1 to 4 TompkinsvUle September Itov4 Fern Creek September 1 to 6 ScotUville September 2o 4 HAZEL GREEN FAIR SeptUtl 17- Hodgenvllle September 7 to 9 Montlcdlo September 7 to 10 Paris September 7 to 11 Glasgow September 16 11 Scottsbnrg September 13t 17 STATE PAIR Lbaktineeb t3tirScottsville September 16to 18 Falmouth September 29 to Octcrtjer2 Bedford October 1 tot James Sawyer iotyUtML Tho Commonwealth was r pro tented by Commonwealths Attor ray Kelly Kaah and the defend ant by A H Stamper It vAVi hardfought trial and thtf ySict viotdryforhepowerful llogical and elpqtreftt ap peal for his client Hia14rpet9h was one of the best erferlthWafe here and his many ffienditithiB county are glad to kQbtftbWheia going to practice law herty arid has opened up an offiee in1 Jack ton and is ready to attend to any predict load hero in the criminal practice Breathitt County News Pray too long for a blessing and you will find while you wero pray ing loans other man want to work fit i inn got ite I I J Ar tn ew7rnm r socw c j re H 2 7th t 4 2r 1 J r EHERLDEnteredatthe Hnsel Green foot w offlc ntt conclclnii mntter SPENCER COOPER t Editoi I HAZEL GREEN KYrTHU- RSDAY 1 Juno 10I r 1909 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY l ttWOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JudgeY4 Attorney- I R IlOLLON Clerk I firsIher r WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge G B STAMPER County Attorney ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk 4Meets first Monday in each month e WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tuesday in Octoberp MAGISTRATES COURTS District No IC M Fallen third FrIday e In March June September and Deceu ber District No2Robert Brooks fourth FrI- days in February May August and November Frldait February May Augustand District No 4P It Legej first Friday iilu 4 March May August and November District No 5T C Ilollon second FrI- day in March June September and December District No 6Ito Hurst third Friday iIn February May August and November District Jso TB T Helton lourtli Friday in March June September and Di t cember District No 8J M Lovelace first Fi day in February May August and Ni vember e II DEMOCRATIC TICKET WOLFE COUNTY For County JudceW B DUFF For County Court ClerkP L CARROLL 1 For Circuit Court Clerk I C J1NUON For SheriffGEORGE tV SALLLV For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For Assessor J T CENTER For JailerJ C i LITTLE For Co Superlntem entJ W TAULBEE For SurveyorE CREECH For CoronerJ RANK SAMPLE MORCAN COUNTY 1 For Circuit Judge 32nd District J B HANNAH For Commonwealth Attorney 32- udDistrictJOJlN M WAUGI For County JudgeI C FERGUSO For County Attorney31 HANE For County Clerk1 H SEBASTIAN For Superintendent T N BARKER tt c ForCircult Clerkn M OAKLET For SherlfflI B DROWN 9ForJaUerlI C COMBS For Anessor WHIT KEMPLI1 Y For CoronerZAClI MANEx For SurveyorM P TURNEI toThe Second Whirlwind Campaign The Second Whirlwind Cam paign for bettor education in Kentucky has been planned for June 27July 8 and will be bigger better and more thoroughly than the former campaign It will cover the entire state both city an- dT county with special reference to the rural community The cam T paign will open Sunday June 27 when every minister in the state will be asked to deliver an address t on Public Education in Ken tucky from his own pulpit The regular speakers o n e hundred strongwill begin active work on Monday June 28 In nearly every instance each speaker will cover two counties His work will I be reinforced by local speakers and r oprs are sweeping over Kentucky of the most important events 1which1 campaign in each county be the Rally Day This should be the greatest event in the history of the county An allday t openair meeting with music and j marching and special entertainment has been planned to take place in each county seat Let every business manevery busy manevery Kentucky woman attend the big meeting All teach ers trustees and school children should attend this meeting and they should be joined by everyone who is interested in the children of the Commonwealth Many of the I most noted men in political and official life in Kentucky have been asked to deliver addresses on the occasion and every effort will be made to make it a gala day A great conference of the speakers and superintendents has been I priI and a complete review of the work of the campaign will be made and a uniform plan of action will be decided upon The entire purpose and scope of the work will be discussed a uniform plan will be agreed upon and all speakers will be asked to work in unison y One important change in the J plan of the coming campaign will If t be the shifting of the bombard t ment from the city to the rural 1 community Most of the campaign bf 1908 adevoted to the cities juid amalf tbwnu while that of 190ft r f Ai f U will attempt to roac Ii rural school conditions As a ule the citie have good systems f education al ready and every effo t will be made to bring the stand rd up to the rurul school Some of the lea ling speakers who will take part iin the campaign are Governor Augustus E Wilson Frankfort Governor Wm H Cox Maysville Hon Lafon Al len Louisville President B B Huntoon Louisville Dr F W Hinitt Danville Hon B A CampbellW 0 Davis Versailles Senator Wm 0 Bradley Louisville Hon John W Langley Paintsville Judge Edward C ORear Frank fort Hon Ben L Bruner Frank fort Dr William GFrost Berea Hon McKenzie Moss Bowlini Green Hon J D Eggleston Jr Richmond Va Supt H C McKee Frankfort Dr Hugh McClelleu Richmond Supt H L Eby Bellevue Supt J W Ireland Stanford Mrs Herbert Mengel Louisville Mrs Chas P Weaver Louisville Miss Irene T Myers Lexington Mrs Letcher Riker Harrodsburg Hon J J Watkins Sturgis Prof Rice S Eubank Lexington Dr Arthur Yeager Georgetown Prof J T C Noe Lexington Supt R L Allen Owensboro Supt H 0 Sluss Coviugtou Prof J W Dinsmore Berea Supt E R Jones Frank fort Dr J 1 Wean Ashland Dr George J Ramsey Frankfort President H H Cherry Bowling Green Supt E H Mark Louis yille Supt LN Taylor Somerset Supt A Carnagey Paducah Supt T C Cherry Bowling Green Supt Ellsworth Regensteiu New port Supt A C Burton May field Supt Goo W Chapman Paris Prof J S Dickey Bowling Green Dr A J Kinnaman Bow ling Green Dr C R Hudson Frankfort Supt T J Coates Richmond Judge W T Lafferty Lexington Prof E C McDougle Richmond Prof John E Calfee Berea Supt Moses E Wood Leitchfield Supt G Clinton Han na Smiths Grove Supt Barks dale Hamleet Hopkiusville Dr M B Adams Frankfort Supt McHenry Roads Owensboro Supt J P W Brouse Somerset Supt Mat A Cassidy Lexington Dr R H Crcssfield Lexington Dr J C Lewis London Prof Jas P Faulkener Berea President J C Acheson Danville Hon Tom B McGregor Frankfo- rtKENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled Yeegmen blew open the door of the outer vault door of the postoffice build iug In Newport but became frightened and left before securing any of the valu ablesA fox got into a flock of turkeys be longing to Miss Angie Steele of Bath county and killed thirty of them Mr Reynard left his card in the shape of tracksJudge John D Young Sr of Mt Sterling suffered a stroke of paralysis last Friday and owing to his advanced ige 85 years fears ate entertained for his recovery While Mr and Mrs J Clay Cooper of Mt Sterling were returning from Mac pelah cemetery their horse became frightened at the steam road roller and ran away throwing both out on the rocks tad severely injuring them Charles Eyeleth general manager of the Kentucky Northern railroad was shot by Edward Riley who was seeking employment at Beattyville Eveleth titer being shot twice shot Riley twice The men are reported just alive One hundred and twentyfive horses were shipped last week from James B lagging Elmendorf farm near Lexington for sale in the Argentine Republic This is said to be the largest shipment made to South America from the United States The model for the equestrian statue of atiexingtonederacy was formally accepted by the ommittee and a bronze statue will now be made from the plaster cast of the ough model The Commencement exercises of the luiyersitv of Kentucky at Lexington were held in a large tent erected on the ampus owing to the large crowd In the absence of Governor Willson who ran unable to attend President Patter son presented the diplomas John Maxey a bad negro of Frankfort was taken from jail and hung to a girder on South Frankfort bridge after once being rescued from a mob Without provocation Maxey shot Bert C Bowers manager of the Howe show which was exhibiting there It Is claimed that none of the showmen took part in the lynching and Governor Willson hili offered a reward for the participants We know of a no more interesting iridal tQur for M city maple than one tto the mountains of Eastern Kentucky 11011i this is what Mr and Mrs W 1 1 Haines of Buffalo N Y who were mnrricc Tuesday in that city evidently think They arrived here at noon Thursday and after spending a few days as the guest of the family of Albert Hoflinan they will leave for their unique bridal tour On their trip Mr and Mrs Haines will see same of the prettiest scenery their eyes ever beheld and meet the most hos pliable people upon whom Gods sun eves shonel5rntinelDemocmtI I The grand jury of Madison county for the May term evidently seer the hole ill the doughnut for in their report they touch upon the local option question a8 follows While we believe localoption to a great extent is responsible for the suppression of much lawlessness here we do not belieye that prohibition prohibits We find that something like 100 cases of whisky is shipped into this city end county during the run of a month and we do not believe it just and fait that this community should be subjected to the results of this drink while oni neighboringstates of Ohio Indiana and Tennessee and others reap the revenue thereofBerry Simpson Stearns miner indict ed by the Federal Courts on a charge of murder in connection with the killing of Deputy United States Marshal Mullins at Stearns lost Christmas Day last week had the pleasure of seeing his two sons Harvey and Jess also under indictment for the killing released from the Newport jail on bond The two boys were taken before Federal Judge Cochran in Covington where they gave bail and were released The father after evading Government officers in the mountains of Tennessee for many months learned of the arrest of his sons and cams to Cov ington where he surrendered to Marshal Sharp He would have probably been at large yet had it not been that paternal love for his two sons prompted him to come to them in order to aid them in libertyHein jail until he is tried More Trouble in Breathitt Dispatches from Jackson dated June 4 give the following account of shooting up that town A S Johnson notorious on ac count of his having so intimidated the officials of the Breathitt Cir cuit Court two years ago as to cause the sending of state troops to protect the court is again on the warpath Having quarreled with Circuit Judge J P Adams on account of a suit being decided against him he sought Judge Adams at his hotel at night and a difficulty between the two men was only avoided by the interference of friendsLater being under the influence of liquor it is reported Johnson approached wellknown local at torney who is prominently men tioned as a candidate for Circuit Judge and told him that if he made the race he would be killed Then in company with Jake No ble he started in to shoot up the town After nearly a hundred shots had been fired in and around Johnsons poolroom on Broad way the marshals arrested Jake Noble after overpowering him and knocking him in the head with a pistolWhile the officers were struggling with Noble some of John ions friends took him home with he idea of trying to avoid the publicity of his being taken thru the streets to jail The oilicers lowevcr later arrested Johnson lad he was put in jail his relatives laving refused to furnish bond While Jake Noble was being aken up Maui street toward the jail by the marshal and his posse hey were interfered with by Jehn Davidson leader of the Deaton action in their recent war with the 3allahanB Davidson came run ling towards the officers withdrawn revolver and demanded No ties release Sam Young a member of the narshalla posse covered him with his pistol and held him at buy while the crowd disarmed him hiring the excitement a hundred or more pistols flashed in the hands of the crowd on Main street nearly half of the male population be inK present Johnson is a United States Revenue Clerk Several of the better class of Republicans express themselves as being disgust d with Johnsons conduct In Polico court the day follow mg Noble was fined 50 and 80 days in jal1and Johnsons case ras continued as he was not able to appear in co- urtCASTOR IA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tba- 3lgnatnro 4l + of tiaS Utu4t Less than one pint of whisky makes a peck of trouble Fortune is some times fickle but lisfortunc is always sincere L I Stopfain I 1ONE ONEof Little Tablets and the PamisGone HEADACHE NEURALGIA Dr Miles And Pius Pills Ines teen vwd by me lor rttu made pilot rjtidichc ind pain In hick tad side and Ila every ciseihergmpnftn MlllflCHOO Hinry Courw Boonion N Y AMD TICK Puns OF I RHEUMATISMand 25 Doses 25 Cents Y urlBiiKlu side Dr Milts And PsunPIUI stud kt liuuthortied to return the rein oliks sea I pacbase0fily II it hits M knells you ER REVOLVING IIGAVY WIRERABLLOOtW SINGLEwarns tSNez c OE ttAlB ILL KANSAS CfTY MO I uNION LAWN FENCE j w n n u a n U U e Costa very little proves very utlo factory for lawns door yards card- enlo We make fencing for 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feeds nourishes builds up strengthens invigor ates The hair grows more rapidly keeps soft and smooth and all dandruff disappears A 4 nature a little Give your hjr a good hairfood Don not change the color ef the half TormuU with ash bottle showIt to your AlJePsdoolorh= You need not hesitate about using thIs changIngAyers Hair Vigor prevents premature grayness but does not change the color of the hair even to the slightest degree Mul b7 thiJ C A7er Co Lowell blueI THE HERALDH DRINK WAINSCOTTS ROXA KOLA Misses Hattie and Josie Wheel er spent Sunday at Ezel Miss Lillian Biokuell left Thursday for an extended visit to Be rcaMrs Angeline James is visiting her son Borry James and wife of Lacy creek Daye Lawson and family have removed to the farm of Uncle liar ry Murphy on Murphy fork Miss Lula Nickoll and J D Bar ker of Grassy creek attended church on Stillwatjr Sunday Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIADirs I for a few weoks visit to friends and relatives at Frankfort and iin Franklin county Mrs C B Rose and little daugh ter Elizabeth of Jackson are vis ing Mr Roses father John M Rose and family IIIfFor SaleA Victor graphophono with 30 records will be sold for t lets than the cost of the records Apply at this offices Mrs D G Combs and Mrs Her bert Bishop and daughter Dorothy Gale of Morehead are visiting Mrs Q C Daniel this week Misses Frances and Golden Nick ell and Ora Campbell spent from Saturday until Monday with Miss i DaysboroiMrs F N Day and daughter s Miss Virgiuia left Monday for a months visit with friends and leI ntives at Winchester and Mt Ster lingiMrs Q C Daniel left Monday i to attend the bedside of her little atti sick 1 Henry Cecil wife and sister iMiss Stella left Saturday for a visit to Asbury Swango at Means i whero Henry will leave his wife for a time Joseph Estep lately a student of I the H G A has accepted a clerkship in the J T Day store at Torrent but is in the store here tem porarily For SaleTwo of the Pioratt cottages for less than the lumber and lot can bo bought One acre in each lot five rooms in each house Apply at this office Mr aid Mrs James Boatty last Friday moved to the Trimble prop erty They removed from Lacy i creek where Mr Beatty had been working in a lumber yard for some months I Miss Alice Hines teacher o f mathematics at the academy left t Monday for Rochester NYwhere J she goes to spend the summer in recreation Miss Hiues will return for the fall term An infant child of Jack Sally of Toliver died Monday morning This is the third death occuriug in the family in two mouths The last death was their only child be jog only a few mouths old f 25000 Timber Deal C Hr Loveland of Winchester Monday of last week bought of W L Hurst Sr of Campton his virgin forest of timber lying on the head of Stillwater in this county for 25000 10000 of which was cash in hand Mr Loveland is to bo congratulated upon the acquisi tiou of this boundary of timber which embraces some four or five million feet and is practically the only virgin forest in this section Expert timber men say that it iis the best to be found in this part of Eaftern Kentucky And Mr Loveland is to bo congratulated al so upon the fact that John C M Day of Winchester and R J Mc Lin of our town will finance the purchase for him as both of them are well versed in timber affairs and will make him a fortune from his forest by reason of their knowl edge He probably could not have picked upon any two individuals in the whole country who could have managed his deal to better advantage Wo are glad Messrs Day and MoLiu were so fortunate as to get to finance tho affair and hope they will also make a nice thing of it Alexander Duff Dead- S Alexander Duff died at his home at Spencer in Montgomery county Wednesday night of last week He was a prominent and wealthy farmer 78 years old and is survived by his wife and thre children Mr Duff had only been ill two day of acute indigestion Alex Duff as he was familiarly called by his friends was a native e of this county where he farmed for a number of years and removed to Montgomery county some 80 years ago Willie Pieratt who lived in our town some years ago and now a merchant at Bethel married one of his daughters He was very popular here and leave a lhost of oldtime friends Rittenhouse Ranch Improved Col Jack Rittenhouse has fitted up Rittenhouse Ranch and Swan go Spring in uptodate style He has several nicely finished bath rooms and many other modern conveniences for the accommoda tion of guests and seemingly is catering to the comfort of all who attend the spring this year lie has a large icb house filled with clean ice a cistern of clear water for bathing purposes and plenty of comfortable rooms To describe the place from top to bottom since the improvements he has made and is making would take up more space than we can this week spare Suffice to say guests will be pleased with the place Grab Worms and Sassafras There is a legendary story that sassafras sprouts spring from defunct grub worms but the editor of this paper could never be made to believe it until Saturday last when Lee Caskey brought to this office a partially petrified grub worm from which was a growth of some kind of vegetable matter Indeed it was a sprout ofsome kind but whether a sassafras or something else we are not pre pared to say The writer howe 3r has heard many men assort the tact that if you pull up or dig out a young sassafras sprout you will invariably find a grub worm at the root of it Notice All the stockholders of the old Hazel Green Fair Association are requested to meet on the old fairgrounds on Saturday Juno 19 1909 to reorganize the Hazel Green fair It is proposed to hold the fair Tuesday Sept 14 and four fol lowing day Everybody who wishes to attend or has any desire to take stock in same is cordially invited J TAYIOK DAY In an entertainment given at Hiram College Ohio recently th e hazel Green students were th loading characters in tho play which is said to have boon the bestt ever given at the college The following are tho hazel Green poop e who participated all graduates o- the academy Mrs Maud Kush Misses Sue Long and Della Legg Claib and John Johnson nud WilliE Hurt Mrs Bishop non Beulah Th mI asof Morehead who has been iting Mrs Q C Daniel left Monday for home via Cannel City and Morehead I Harlan and Floyd sons of S F Reynolds our saddle man left Saturday morning for their home in Owsloy county and will not re turn Mr Reynolds and wife are expecting to go in the near future Jim Faulkner Berry Harlan and Dorsey Taulbeo Luther Brown and Stanley Clark had a fox chase Saturday night and had fine sport They did not get the brush but ran two young ones and an oldone in a hole If you want a fine razoras good as you cart buy for 2oall this at office and gut one for 1 Wo also have a few watches good time keepers that can bo had for 1 each Dont wait until supply is gone J T Day requests usNt state that he has surveyed and bedded- a track for the fair ground has the lumber sn the ground to erect all buildings and is determined to have a fair beginning Sept 14 and four following days Byrd Faulkner one day last week sold Cot Jack Rittenhouse a groundhog who put it in tho cage with his petfox one evening Next morning ho went opt to feed his hadumade a feast on the groundhog I The county school board met at Campton Monday with the superintendent of schools for the pur pose of locating a site for a high school building at Campton and contracting for its erection They found a site and contracted for same provided tho Wesleyan Academy owners did not accept their bid of 3200 for that structure which has been abandoned The edifice cost 8000 and is an elegant brick 4 It is usually the case of the edi tor dictating to his correspoudents the policy they should pursue and the kind of news items desired yet some of our correspondents would reverse the plan and dictate to the editor Correspondents will please remember that visits between neighbors aud boys calling on their best girls are not matters of news and we take tho liberty cf elimi nating such as much as possible from all correspondence W P Haines and wife of Buf falo N Y were guests of the Day House from Sunday afternoon to Tuesday morning and left for Salyersville Mr Haines is said to be a millionaire and he told the writer he was touring this country for the purpose of seeing the scen ery He had n negro cook with him who also drives a team haul ing his trunks and a tent in which they camp when they cannot secure suitable house accommodations He and his wife travel in a buggy Theodore Cundiff a renter or rather a lessee of Kelly Nickellon Grassy Wednesday night of last week had the misfortune to lose his barn containing 300 bushels of corn a lot of hay fodder all his harness and farm gear saddles and many other articles of value to a farmer Mr Cundiff is said by those who know him to be one of the most energetic farmers in serIiousgrom Mr Nickell cleared up the ground for last years crop and has also a fine crop in this year Billy Pack of Grassy one day last week killed a gray eagle which measured six feet from tip to tip of wings As we noted last week Bill Sweeney killed an eagle of the same species measuring seven feet from tip to tip of wings and the distance between the two points being only five miles the pre probe ably mates tho Sweeney eagle be ing the male and the Pack bird the female Either were large I enough to carry away a baby a f lamb or shoat weighing 40 pounds and the thanks of the pooolo gen orally aro due to Messrs Sweeney I and Pack for ridding the country of them Ed Callahan Fatally Shot I While opening his store at Crock otsville Monday morning Ed Cal i lahan was shot from ambush the assassin standing in the mouthof I a coal bank 85 yards distant The bullet which was of steel was fired from a needle gun and penetrated his loft side just above the waist band of his pants passed through his body and three walls of his store The wound iis thought to be fatal although ho was alive at last accounts Tuesday His son Wilson Callahan was waylaid the same morning while going from the barn where he had gone to feed to the houso The bullet knocked his hat off and combed through his hair So terrorized were he and his etepmoth that it was an hour or more ere they would venture to the store to see how badly his father was hurt A messenger was hurried to Elkatawa and sent a dispatch to Lexington for Capt Milliken and his hounds which arrived on the 1130 train and at 1 p m wore put on the trail which they followed it iis said in the direction of the home of Smith who married Callahan divorced wife- Coolheaded conservative citi zonE of Breathitt declare this will lead up to worse trouble than any ever seen in tho county Uncle Sam Wilson painterpoet is painting at tha Rittenhouse Ranch this week Dr Taylor Center reports the birthof a boy to the wife of Azel Jones Saturday June 5 At the last meeting of the lIal zel Green Lodge of Odd Fellows the request was made that all members bo present at next meet ing which is Friday night June 18th Married at the residence of Har lan Trimble on Lacy creek Sat urday night Juno 5 Dr A C Nickelland Mrs Rosa Coldiron Rev Boono Center tying the nup tial knot Misses Lou Ward and Emma Cox entertained their relatives to a sumptuous dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs Alice Creech of Oklahoma Quite a crowd partook- of the sumptuous feast and all report an enjoyable time What seems to argue most inI Kentuckys educational progress is the public sentiment that is everywhere in the commonwealth demanding better conditions The college and higher institutions of learning throughout Kentucky have become zealous advocates of improved rural school conditions Mon and women in every walk and condition of life are clamoring for better schools in rural Kentucky business men who heretofore have failed to connect material progress with educational progress have now opened their eyes to the fact hatf these go hand in hand and so are arguing with much enthusi asm broader and more liberal edu cation for all the children in Kentucky This aroused public senti meat bodes well for our educational progress j for the schools of any commonwealth can be made as good as the people want them Public interest is the life of the public schools Town Ordinances It Is ordained by the Board of True tees of the Town of Hazel Green Ky That if any stock of any kind be found runnIng on the streets or alloys of the ruwo of Hazel Green without beings In custody of some person who is dr same the owner thereof shall be fine One Dollar for each off nse and every nseIlected JOHN WARD Adopted June S 1900 Chairman o It is ordained by the Board of Trus tees of the Town of Hazel Green Kv That if any person obstruct any street forIi day said obstruction remains in said street or alley after being notified by the Marshal to remove the JOHN sameIAdopted June 8150o It in further ordained that Sections 18- allli Oil art repealedJOHN Chairma- nDR C H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON HAZEL QKEEN KY Offers hi prolestional services to the clti Lena of Hazel Greeu unJ Kurrouudiig couu try and will answer all calla of affliction Office at UU rrniileuue adjoining HazeL Ireeo Bank ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT C PrrparationforAsslmllatlng uhfI 4- 1lIIIiQci yl Promotes Digestloncm ness and Resrcontalns neitm OpiumMorphine norMaeral NOT NARCOTIC riA- iriraWd1kC1FlZf 1R lAddeShcroMuSuifegiyiiit fJN60I Aperfecl femedy for Conslipi w StomachDlarrfacaUWorms j n nessandLossorSLEEP ivivFaeSimde Sijnamrt of o NEW YORK At6 months old J t 1 I I Exact Copy of Wrapper CASTURIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Bought Thirty Year- sCASTORIA OINTUH COMHHT TaeIT KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise Announce to the citizens of Hazn1 Green and vicinity that they have just- received magnificent line of LADIES S ES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc and that their general line embraces fineDresa Goods Dry Goods Notions SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc to which they invite inspe- ctionCECIL BROSy Dealers in General Merchandise Country Produce etc Our stock of Spring and Summer Goods is complete All the latest styles in Dress Goods and Linens CALICOESat 5 Cents a Yard OUR FINE LINE OF SHOESand OXFORDSare uptodate and will astonish you If You Dont See What You Want Call For I- tKash JohnsonKashDEALERS IN General MerchandiseCO- UNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware lbc and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and quality for profitAllof our former immense stock including in the lot some very fine and many pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain will be sold At Cost and Carriage and Even Less Kash Johnson Kash r htl riw wwWiDDLN c HIDES FURS GlaseDDGolden are Dealers and can do better for you than agents or commission merchants Reference any Bank in Louuville Write for weekly Jicc list andI Chipping tags We fumuh wool bags free MI SABEL SONS f ABUftHKB IN 1tSt- 2Z9 L Market 3L LOUISVILLE KY y no no Always THC New I lJInWaCTaICIANend AlaClIANyC regUodY Lnrn dulIntrkllry yet i romnoCNlmcRodbotowt precANDpie copy 4ee It you newt Sampson Pub Co- e aeacoo St aottoo talc 1ltntoapNDtlne+ u- r erylndy ANNNIC- ANaERiltIIr o MAp11Y I O beLeUO Ilatilul I emnthpl vetI lydromr apt0 guuao an- rrrd m teryin-cI yw mrutkn thlalrr Amer caw PEotoAnphy- o lka0n St Iktuu Nan 1 wHrt4 ir1 f- uy f flti af J nrtJ l1L = yy I if t 4 J r M lPOLLY qf th- eCIRCUS t fty MARGARET MAYO CUhl I90S by Dodd Moad sad Company rwhat are we goln to do Jim asked Toby helplessly You neednt worry Well take t good care of her here said Douglas i fleeing desperation written on their 1 faces Herer They looked at him in credulously And this was a parson I Where are her parents the doctor asked looking at Jim and Toby She aint got no parents cept Toby an me replied Jim Weve took rare of her ever since she was a baby Oh I seer said the doctor Well one of youd better stay here until she can be moved Thafs the trouble We cant said Toby banging his head You see sir circus folks Is like soldiers No matter I what happens the show has to go on an we got to be in our places Well well shell be sate enough bere said the doctor It is a fortu 1 mate thing that Mr Douglas can man age this Our town hospital burned down a few months ago and weve i been rather puzzled as to what to do e with such cases He took his leave with a cheery Good night and a promise to look in upon the little patient later Jim shuffled awkwardly 1 toward the pastor Its mighty goal of you to do this he mumbled but she aint itoln to be no charity patient Me an Toby is I goln to look after her keep Her wants will be very few Douglas answered kindly You neednt trouble much about that I mean it said Jim savagely He met Douglas glance of surprise with a determined look for he feared that his chance of being useful to Polly might bo slipping out of his life You mustnt mind Jim the clown pleaded at the pastors elbow You jl I Isco pain gets some folks different from others an it always kinder i imakes him savage Ob thats all right Douglas an 1 i rxrered quickly His own life bad been so lonely that be could under stand the selfish yearning in the big J Ii youiI restIsomehow Into big heart and discovered his petty t weakness He was about to turn to thrownppopen by I Where is she shouted the mana ger looking from one to the other She cant come said Jim in a low JI steady voice for he knew the storm of opposition with which Barker would meet the announcement Cant come shrieked Barker Of course shell come I cant get along l without her Shes got to come He looked at Jim who remained silent and firm Why aint she comlnhe-l asked feeling himself already defeat ed Shes hurt bad was Jims laconic 1ueplyThe devil she Isl said Barker I r looking at Douglas for confirmation aIa that rightrShe wont be able to travel for some ttme said Douglas Mr Barker Is our manager Toby T explained as he edged his way to the pastors side Some timer Barker looked at Douglas as though he were to blame I for their misfortune Well you Just bet she will he declared menacingly See here Barker dont you talk to him like that said Jim facing the llmanager Hes darned square even 1 If he Is a parson Barker turned iiaway He was not a bad hearted man 1 but he was Irritated and upset at los ing the star feature of his bill J Aint this my dodgasted luck he io muttered to himself as his eye again traveled to the boss canvasman You 1getout of here Jim he shouted an tart them wagons The shows got to t go on Poll or no Poll He turned with his hand on the f doorknob and jerked out a grudging thanks to the pastor Its all flroll good of you to take her In he said I but Its tough to lose her Good night He banged the door and clat tered down the steps Jim waited He was trying to find i words In which to tell his gratitude None came and he turned to go wltli a short Goodby rI Good night Jim said the pastor He crossed the room and took the big y fellows hand Much obliged Jim answered gruff ly It was his only polite phrase and be had taught Polly to say It Doug las waited until Jim had passed down the steps then turned to Toby who itlll lingered near the table Toull tell her how It was me an Jim had to leave her without saylu jjoodby wont you slrr Toby pleaded Yes Indeed Douglas promised HllI Jea put this little bit of money Into her satchel He picked up the little brown bag that was to have been Tollys birthday gift Me an Jim twill be sendln her more soon Youre going to miss her Im afraid Douglas said feeling an Irresistible desire to gain the old mans confidence Lord blew you yea sir Toby an r swered turning upon him eagerly ftfe s Jlmhub fattier JIB moth I T 1 I No matter what happens the show has to go on er an Jes about everything to tha little one She wasnt much blsgern a handful of peanuts when we begun aworryln about her Well Mandy will do the worrying now Douglas laughed Shes been dying for a chance to mother some body all along Why she even tried It on me I noticed as how some of those church people seemed to look kinder queer at me said Toby an 1 been awonderln if mebbe they might feel the same about her Oh theyre all rlghtl Douglas assured him Theyll be her friends In no time Shes flt for em sir Toby plead ed Shes good clean into the mid tile of her heart Im sure of It Douglas answered Ive beard how some church folks feels towards us circus people sir an I Sea wanted you to know that there aint finer families or better mothers or fathers or grandfathers or grandmothers anywhere than among us Why that girls mother rode the horses afore her an her mother afore that an her grandmother an grand father afore that an there aint nobody whats cared more for their good name an their childrens good name an her people has You see sir cir cus folks Is all like that Theys Jes like one big family They tends to their business an takes good care of thelrselves They has to or they couldnt do their work Its cause Im leavln her with you that Im sayIn all this the old man apologized Im glad you told me Toby Doug las answered kindly Ive never known much about circus folks- I guess Id better be goln Toby faltered as his eyes roved hungrily toward the stairway Ill send you our route an mebbe youll be Icttln us know how she Is Indeed I will Douglas assured him heartily You might tell her well write ever day or so he added Ill tell her Douglas promised ear nestly Good night Tho old man hesitated unwilling to go but unablo to find further pretext for staying Good night Toby Douglas ex tended his hand toward the bent figure that was about to shume past him The withered band of the white faced clown rested in the strong grasp of the pastor and his pale little eyes sought the face of the stalwart man before him A numb desolation was growing In his heart The object for which he had gone on day by day was being left behind and he must stumble forth Into the night alone Its hard to leave her he mum bled but the show has got to go on The door shut out the bent old fig ure Douglas stood for some time where Toby had left him still think- Ing of his prophetic words His rev erie was broken by the sounds of the departing wagons the low muttered curses of the drivers the shrieking and roaring of the animals as the clr cus train moved up the distant hill The show has got to go on he repeated as he crossed to his study table and seated himself for work in the dim light of the old fashioned lamp Ho put out one hand to draw the sheets of his Interrupted sermon toward him but instead it fell upon a small sailor hat He twisted the hat absently in his fingers not yet realiz ing the new order of things that was coming into his life Mandy tiptoed softly down the stairs She placed one pudgy forefinger on her lips and rolled her large eyes skyward Dat sure am an angel chile straight from heb ben she whispered She done got a face Jes like a little flower Straight from heaven Douglas repeated as she crossed softly to the ta ble and picked upthe satchel and coat You can leave the lamp Mandy I must finish tomorrows sermon She turned at the threshold and shook her head rather sadly as she saw the Imprint of the days cares on the young pastors face Yo mus be powful tired she saidNo no not at all Good night MandyShe closed the door behind her and Douglas was alone He gazed absent ly at the pages of his unfilshed sermon as he tapped his Idle pen on the I desk The show has got to go on he repeated and far up the hillside with the slow moving wagons Jim and Toby looked with unseeing eyes into the dim starlit distance and echoed the thought The show has got to go on TO UK CONTINUED I A man seems to inherit all sorts of trouhleexcept money f RESOLUTIONS Against Prohibition Louisville Business Men Agree That StateWide Law Would t Do Great Harm r They Say That the Destroying of Prop erty Would Make Taxes Much High er on Land and Improvements With out Stopping the Use of Liquor Three hundred and fifty of the lead tag men of Louisvillebankers whole vale merchants livestock dealers architects lawyers coal men lumber men and representatives of railroadsmet- at the Board of Trade and passed resolutions opposing statewide prohibition In Kentucky They declared that such a measure would cause an increase of nearly onethird the present rate on all property and figured that the burden would fall on farming land town lots and Improvements real estate be lag a fixture and not movable to other states in case of harder times The meeting was voluntarily held by the business men Interest having been aroused by Mr W Ih Newman a prominent business man of Louisville who is widely known over the state Mr E H Bowen ex president of the Board of Trade was chosen as chair man of the meeting He Invited dis cussion of the prohibition question and Mr Clarence Dallam attorney at law John M Atherton Harry Weisinger Mr W H Newman and others spoke against prohibition The Rev M J Fanning a traveling prohlbtlon orator now working In Kentucky asked for a hearing and received respectful attention Mr Newmans Explanation Mr W H Newman who called the meeting together said In part The resolutions which I here offer were drawn after getting the views by conference and correspondence of nearly every man present and some who are not all points as shown and approved by them and signified their intention of being present and in case they were not authorized the uao of their names- I might add that a great many ex pressed the desire that the laws per taming to the retail liquor traffic should be looked after Many sugges tions were proposed such as high II cense and requiring the saloons to be closed at a reasonable hour at night which is the case in many cities the cancellation of the license of all who fall to comply strictly with the law and keep an orderly house etc Such au thority vested in an excise board appointed by the governor being non partisan issue the licenses and have full power on sufficient evidence to re voke has given good results and great satisfaction In Massachusetts How ever such subjects were not Incorpor ated in our resolutions as to accom plish such result would require organization and as we are here only as In dividuals we thought It advisable to express our views briefly In the fol lowing resolutions Text of Resolutions FirstWe note with concern a movement destructive of the states largest industry and setting an example involving danger to all property rights Second We deplore and unreservedly condemn saloon domination in poll tics and favor Its extirpation at any cost and we appreciate the provoca lion afforded by such abuses to con scientious persons to advocate prohl bition but we deny the wisdom or hon esty of a proceeding to destroy prop erty of so enormous value as a sheer experiment tried repeatedly with more or lets failure and often after trial abandoned as unsuccessful ThirdWe unqualifiedly condemn as vicious and dishonest in principle and destructive of that liberty which con stitutes and must always constitute the basis of free government the boy colt which has too often disgraced the methods of both prohibitionists and liquor me- nFourtbThe liquor business em ploys a vast amount of capital and la bor and brings a large amount of for eign capital to this state and It Is an industry upon which the state depends for a large proportion of Its revenue and which pays very largely to the support of our various counties and municipalities Fifth The destruction of this indus try legalized by the state from its or ganization without compensation would be plain dishonesty and would reflect upon Its good name handed down to us by our forefathers and Which we should pass on to our pos terity untarnished It compensation should bo provided it would require the Issuing of approximately 70000 000 of bonds by the state To meet the Interest on such an Increased In i debtedness would require an Increase I of at least 100 per cent In the taxes levied upon all other forms of prop erty besides an increase of 33 13 per cent In the tax rate on all remaining property to meet the loss of tax on this businessII the state of Kentucky to other states such as Illinois and Pennsylvania where this Industry Iis specially en couraged Ute largest business and the greatest sops of revenue of our f state and would yet permit tthe Individ ual by subterfuge to obtain outside of Kentucky what he could not obtain le gally In Kentucky thus violating one j of the fundamental principles of polit teal economy SeventhHistory past and current shows that prohibition laws are evaded and defied the violation of one law unpunished tends to encourage disre gard for laws In general We favor laws which give all of our communities full power to deal with this question as a local Issue and we believe that agitation In favor of statewide prohl bition In regard to alcoholic beverages would engender strife and bitterness among our people and would almost certainly be followed In Kentucky by a demand for similar action in regard to the manufacture and safe of tobacco the next largest Interest In Kentucky ai already agitated therefore be It Resolved That we as business men of Louisville and citizens of Kentucky while opposing Intemperance believe that a movement In favor of statewide prohibition would be detrimental In every way to the best Interests of our state and we are therefore unaltera bly opposed to such a movement or to further agitation of this question ex cept Insofar as may be necessary to enforce the laws already enacted for the strict regulation of the liquor traf fic Facts and Figures- In speaking on the resolutions just before they were adopted Mr Clar ence Dallam said Figures carefully compiled from the state and federal statistics from tho tax books and from other reliable sources show that the value of the distillery and brewing plants of tho state is 67000000 that the amount of whiskey stored In Kentucky June 30 1908 was 24821451 United States commissioners report for the year end ing June 30 1908 The direct revenue from spirits and spirit dealers in Kentucky as shown by the last report of the Equal Izatlon Board and by the Auditor of State exclusive of plants and other property amounts to 62687369 This is equivalent to the tax at 50 cents on the hundred dollars on 125372738 To this sum add stock out of bond and distillery and brewing property 67 793473 and we have a total of 103 166211There Is no separation of the varl ous characters of real estate and im provement In the report of the Equal ization Board hence only an estimate of the value of the distillery and brew Ing property can bo given but the es timate seems reasonable when It Is considered that the product of all other manufacturing establishments of the state for the same properties amounts to 2768167 However this can be ex plained when it is known that whiskey remains In bonded warehouses for years for maturity and the same product often pays tax for seven years to the state whereas all other manufac tured products are sold as soon after manufactured as possible Another fact to be considered Is that the tax on every dollar of the as eased value of whiskey In bond Is imid to the Auditor of State direct and at very little expense tor collection and a very large portion of this Is paid by foreign investors Therefore the whiskey manufacturer or rather the foregoing facts show the whiskey manufacturer is Infinitely more valuable as a taxpayer than all others The total assessed value of all prop erty in Kentucky is 747918326 De duct from this the value of distillery and brewing property and the assessed value of other products out of bond amounting to 67793473 and there re mains 680124853 of assessable property which would have to make up the loss of 193166211 sustained by the loss of the special licenses and tax derived from whiskey in bond This would require an increase in the tax rate of 28 per cent on every dollar of assessed property remaining The final sufferers will be the own ers of land and Improvements which unlike other property cannot be moved to other states promising better returns for improvement as real estate is the final sufferer from all taxation I might also add that the state of Kentucky paid Internal revenue tax on spirits in the year 1908 amounting to 24OS66Ctll which would be lost to the government and this revenue would have to be replaced by some ad ditional taxation a portion of which would have to be borne by this state as well as others Telegrams From Business Men of Other Cities The following telegrams addressed to the Chairman of the meeting were readFrom the City Transfer Company OwensboroWe are strongly against statewide prohibition It Is nut prac tical and could not be enforced and It would raise taxes From J W Dougherty Owensboro Grocer Statewide prohibition Iis a farce Have had experience It only Increases taxes From H F Stovalle John B Grider George F Massey W H Rahold Moseley Cuthbertson C R Mahon O N Williamson L Q Duncan F Maler BowlingIGreenAs business men we wish to protest against any statewide prohibi tion measure as detrimental to bust ness Interests of the entire state From R L Weldon an Owensboro DrugglstI strongly protest against statewide prohibition It does not prohibit but causes Increased taxa tionFrom the George H Cox Company OwensboroWe enter protest against statewide prohibition movement It Increases tuatlo already burden Ciao L j Worn Women r Women worn and tired from overwork need a tonic That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave you of itself You should take Wine of Cardui that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women Thousands of women have 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