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Lezington 0 7 3b am pmI88 360 pm 40 Clay city a a 3 68 pm 44 Stanton 44 910 am 4 SO pm Campton Juntu 9 3d pm 4M pm 67 Nat Bridge 67 9 43 am 4 47 pm 62 Torrent 62 9 6G am I 610 pia 70 BeattyveJc 701017 amt Gros pm 90 OKJunc 901116 am r 8 t0 pm 94 Jacluon 94 1120 am 4 CONNECTIONS L 4 E JUNCTION 1ta NOl lnd W1U make connection with the C 4 OBy lorJtOAMPTO Sterling JUKOTIOM Tnihi Nos 1 3 r a and 4 connect with the Mountain Central tRPJnRldgeaud Campion ikATTTTLLK JONCTIONTralnsNo 2 will make connection at Beattytllle Juno with theC and A Ballway for pawengen to widrrQ Beatty Tllle NOI 3 ansi 4y Ot K JoNOT1oNTrains J connect with the 0t X aUwar for local atatlont on the O X Railway W A MoDOW iLL general Manager OBA88COTTUeDPAIht 1 tt I tKttB BaiIW81 ilmeI f bl6 M21 I9O5 tl I WESTBOUND lfo33 Ie IKIl No21 r 4dandayIly ex is STATIONS DSailydaz I Ji PMAMpirABRI o 27 N 1 6 90 a Cannel City 22 125I 14 63 ill Helechawai20 12 19 tI 4 IS la Lee Clty IS 1218 2 f I 4 G6 20 Hampton 11 11 1- 51f r raN M Wllhurit 6 11 44 ai 27 O4KJnnotloao 11 15 3 00 Jackaon 11 06 EAST BOUND It No1I4 II Daily ex n STATIONS U Sunay 1 IIj1022 P A- 7ioTJI a L 21Oangel City 7 81 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 824 13 Hampton 13 J 44 8 87 10 WUhurit 20 161 925 1 OAK Junction 22 225 9 8 0 Jaok on 27 230 Koi21 and 22 will make close connection at O ft K Junction with No 3 and 4 for ij point on the Lexington and Efatern Rail way M L CONLEYs Superintendent t i IBntllIs G8JltIaIG laIILoa V 2bIPARTHo 6iOp a m Oaaopton 11 80 a m q2 OP p m Campion 00opm Nh 2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 1 80 amCampn Jnno10 05 m 8x8Qp Camp nJuno 4401 m r j The Monntain Central mako- oonnaotionwith e all L E pee cougar trains i m F BOUNQ UNDERT R CAMPTON KYMN- FOlEMS the citizens of Wolf and tkeadjolnldgcountleethatheearrieea putawar+ t b Jkpr peciA caskets supplied on 24 orderedtfi CAn Anordera for tombstou or SEWELL 0 HOME ff Notary Public STILLWATflR KY i 43taeakk f f to al aerrieM io 1ueD 01t jJll eoaaMfhe p 4nag o l M us a lt 7J r1 4tl r COUNTY NEWS LgiGal Itemsofgeneral interest to a majority of ourreaders especi ally distant friends LANDSAW Rev Hen Taylor preached at Landsaw schoolhouse Saturday and Sunday E T Kash went to Maytowr Sunday to see hissister Mrs Roe becca Richie returning Monday There seen to be great interest in the drilling of an oil well on Jeff Brewers farm more BO Wan usual Ollie Swango who hIs been aj Frozen for some time came over home last of the week returning Sunday j Hon Jk M Tester has returned from Jackson and is now fight fug the weeds He says they are very annoying I Robert Taokett who has been in Wisconsin for some time was at his old placefiring the mill at Kashs Saturday James Little and Charley Mo Quire of Maytown received the hogs last week that they hid contracted of E T Kash ofMalagaweek on businesif and td see hit father returning Monday The littlechildtof George Hollon fell from rocking chair last week and died from the effects of the fall and was buried Sunday Jolly tTohq Pierattof Win Chester made this place a visit last week selling harness and saddles He is the same Jolly John The farmers in this section are awfully distressed about the rain hut they are plowing right on all the same crops are looking wellQqite a number of applicant for schools in this section in fact when yon see anyone pass no use of asking who but just say look log for a school A CKash of Camptoo came over first of week to his farm and returned home next morniniWitib a load of sweets leaving robqed fa jt beerthenightil before Jim 1albiifadi ftmilfl lNeJ Lacy Mrs Jese Oldfield and Anna Belle Blankenahji 11 AojE Mor Ran county visited John Jalbee and famflyof tlibplacadday ar1onBurohfieldCampton Saturday bet w0 hav net fo ilqut yet whether Mort wentpS bdsrteaLwiththe county court clerk or not June 14 Aso- Nlanai Wke Art Iivied Those attractive women who arc lovely in face form ap4 tempo r are the envy of many who might be like them A weak sickly wo irritableConstipatione show in pimples blotches ski eruptions and a complex- Ion For all such Eleotrib Bit tore work wonders They lat qrff1th5 bright eyes pure breath wpooth Plexionllifanyhealth and beauty to them 600 at all dealers Ron FORK Boo Roso visited hero Friday John D Davis went to Jackson Sunday Mrs 0 F Cecil went to Rose ForkFridayi Mrs E H Lewis 1son the sick list at this writing H E Ouey transacted some bus inese at this place Friday Miss Bertie Rose of Lee City visited relatives here Friday Dr Hqrst reports the birth of a girl to the wife of Jim Oliver Green NiokUl and Renzo How ard left for Salyersville Sunday Charlie Rose accompanied by his wife left for Adel Thursday to look after his store affairs Mirarwbbaatbeeaoh t TO OMUtPOMDSimMail item early 10 they will reach our office rnIDgUoudyIrnot be pnbllihed bulet of unusual im portance AJvirtlse po ones bnilnei and write on one aide of the paper only x for two weeks left for hot home SaturdayThose who visited Mrs A A Duff during her recentillnese were Moadames C F Garinger Effie Bryant W E Back G a Allen and Job Morison Mrs A A Duff who has been paitlihrly operated on by Drs Bwanjjo ntbassoer Mrs 15 B Oney left for her home last week Juno14 MAE v l Tkri111y Ref cxe r R1MnfdhenyWafrigktfpldeathA hard cold TKwrit v t rb ght on a desperate lane trouble that baffled an expert doctor here Thcjn I paid 10 to151 a visit to a lung speoiiliBt Spokane who Sidvnot help me Then J went to Cali for ia but withsnt tlJenafltAt- la I used Dr JingN w Discov cry which completely cmred me and now I am as well as ever For lung trnablebronohitispough and colds asthma croup and whooping cough ilssupreme 500 and 100 Trial bottle free Guar an teed by all dealers smmLD John Osborn of Menifee was a guest of Miss Cordie Oldfleld Sun day I Rev Bascom Regan preached ad interesting sermon at Saudfleld Su day Jiesdames Alice Creech and Jalit Jackson were guests bf Mrs A J Catron Sqnday Miss Nettle Cdxdf Beltt Okla visited friends ant relatlVeB at Camptou last week Revs Bascom Ragau and John Wilson were guests of 0 W Mc Nabb Saturdaynight Farmers in this section are got ting behiqd with their work on ac count of so much rainIA number of young folks were entertained at the home Of Nancy Catron Saturday night and Sun day Miss Roxie Murphy of Grassy sistereMrs Will Hollon Saturday and SundayMisses Norce and Augie Wills Courtney Stamper and James Brown were guests of Nannie Stam per Sunday Mr and Mrs Arlie Cecil Mrs Maggie Jackson Massesi Ethel Ceo cil and May Pack wore guests of J B McNabb Saturday night The writer has been informed that Harry Gardner the colored preacher will preach at Sandfield first Saturday night and Sunday in August Everybody invited June 14 GLENDORA Trouble Makers Ousted When a sufferer from stomach LiferPills hes mighty glad see dyspepsia and indigestionjlyabut more hes tickled over his new fine appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all because stomach liver and kidneys now work right 25o at all dealers It STILLWATER George WSally wife aid grand sou visited the writer Sunday DB Tyra and wife attended church on Devils oraek Sunday There were two revenue men in this eepCion last wee 1l00k1ug after linoleums interest fgawJ1llypehmd to the wet weather abdLaurativee on this creek Sunday W S Brewer and WiliiamFore maut of this place went tbGalaj toa yfeftterday returning the flame eyeAipg Supt J H Fowler of Salt Lick is drilling u hole on tho Jeff Brew er farm hew using a Star rig Mrs Geneva Brown and little daughter Ola and Miss Ninnie Brewer attended church at Still water bridge Sunday W 8 Reeves and William For3 man are the drillers that will put down a holp on the Brewer farm and Clarke Reeves and Charles Lafewer will do the tool dressing- J H Fowlers superintendent of the New Domain 011 Gas Co left Friday afternoon for his home at Salt Lick going by the way of Campton Winchester and Mt Sterling and after yisi ipg the oil fields at Ragland tbewill return here in a few days Juno 14 DOMINGO Ceil Not Be litter No one baa ever made a salvo ointment lotion or balm to compare with Bncklqn0 Arnica Salve Its the one perfect healer of cute corns burns bruises sores scalds boils ulcers eczema salt rheum For sore eyes cold sores chapped hands its supremo Infallible for piles Only 25c at all dealers TOLIVER- J WrCox and family were guests at Peter Wills Sunday Farmers are behind with their crops on account of to much rain Quite a crowd attended the quarterly meeting at Sand field last Sunday Misses Nora and Angeline Wills were guests of Nannie Stamper Sunday Miss Mallie Byrd was a guest of her sister Mrs James Cox Satur day night Misses Etta Sweeney Lnla and Lida Tutt were guests of Frances James Sunday Reece Cox went to Stillwater Sunday Wonder what could be tho attraction Missus Nettie and Juda Cox arid Ella Center were gUests of 0 W MoNabb and family one night re cently Rev J F Wilson and wife Rachel Bpradlrng and Rev Harden man took dinner with A B Lan drum Sopday John Childers of Gillmore was IladdixSatrdiynightbut was tho attraction M non Center attended the quarterly meeting at Sandfield homebyMisses Nettie Cox and Emma Landrnmj Messrs Roy MoNabb Courtney Stamper Jack Cox and OleveiPbillips were guests of Miss Annie Belle Landrum Sunday ev eningJune 14 SNOWpROP ASTORIAFor Tltflaaata M L tUam Tfci KM Yi tow Altijs tofr Bears the- Signature of TRENT David Coldiron was visiting on Stillwater Sunday Swell C Rose of Stillwater passed through this section Mon day Mrs JH Barker was visiting her father S M Tyler one dayre centlyaMrs Geneva Brown made a business 1j trip to Hazel Green one day last week There will be church at this place the third Saturday and Sun day iq this month MiH1 Stella Edwards off this place is viiiting her uncle S 0 Rose of Stillwater this week Misses Nannie and Dorcas Bar ker were visiting their brother at Consolation Saturdayand Sunday Mrs and Mrs Kelly Sally of Lady creek were guesta of the lat ters parents David Pennington tend wife Saturday night and Sun dayDavid Coldiron Enard Trent and James Brown were seen going toward Lacy creek Sunday oven ing Wonder whats the attraction over there 1 June 14 SIJNFIOWEB h v xv ky- y I 1 i IjiA CANNEL CITT Brp Simmtf has boon holding a series of meetings at this place Bro Bicknetl filled his usual ap pointment at this puce Sunday Mr Walters mailing clerkon the 0 K R Rhasgone to visit his friends at Louisville The children of tKte Sunday school at this place presented an excellent program Sunday eyebin Cleveland Stacy formefc night watch has resigned his planhere and is now working at a mill on GrassyMiss htaebeenreturned and will spend vacation at her home mechanic r i i c1dhomeMiss Myrtle CampbeTft former i student of H GJU has been the MrsObarlibByrd Loraine ORoark who baa beep attending schpoj at Lexington returned Saturday and willspeafl vacation with his parent at his place Miss Lulu Howard and Thomas Gipson wore married Saturday uljitbt at the hgma of the brid boardduringtons June 14 ETHEL t SOW nttpf Vfe offer One H nred iolUw Reward for any cue of Caiarrk tint eau not be cured by Halls Catarrh Care F J CriENIltf Cty i JJwlo Q JChOneyi him perfectly honorable IB all fcasiness tranfaotlona cud finaaanolally able to carryout D10bllptluDide1 his firm WALDINd KlMSAK 4 MARVIN Wholesale DroggliUI Toledo O Halli Catarrh Cure If taken IpUrnallf BlaCOtuaoeafree Price 765 ceuUpcr bottle Sold bt DrogglsU Take tlallU Family Pill Jorcowtlpatlo- yjwsKp haeineeqtripdayrecently6lay Wilson of Neola was in this vicinity recently buying cats tie wehttddanew I fistiit1 p Sunday r v Kelson Risner sold aUk cow a few days since to Sherman Frefej roan for 2760 if horselastpurchased for 1GO H pDavi1oaght amilohwi a few days ago from Hens sloe of Lee City for 2750 horeetheson of Neola far175- J 0 Bailey bought a milch cow last week from Sherman Freeman of Belknap for 25 + Miss LonaMfnix vrriltodbr- parents Mr and Mrs tyiohiurd Minix near 8alyeisville Sahday June 14 NAT PUll nUll We have had some excellent rains recently throughPineMiss AdaBebrj Ws visiting in The Flatwoods recently W R Campbell was hero ret cently visiting old free triptoJessie Roe totarried from Mid dletown Ohio one day last week Green B Cox was cWtiioo guest of his father Harrison Cox Sunday Janus Yocura and Asa Murphy were in this section buying sheep recentlMreNannieCox fiyingtripday evening Misses Allie and Emma Henry made a short visit to The Flat woods lastThursday- Little Jacob Oldham and Carrie Annie Cox spent Friday evening grandparentjBuell4 ZI- Ptit tA JJS + df i J f Lektliak e4Prs rein Ili For et PretlerIatie1 Kentucky whiph is oil of the tintbe production of yellovcoplart J is making good prb tettr i1p the movement for lhAprjtferyation lOt I iti forests In 10Qatii Ilegklatirei elStatoDUrinthe y ed fOIlaEldrj fed theyboopera j tion of ttJrjiiteal taMJrQrest Service ina study ot the forestR I tasArrtl7forei comploted Tktrofulto pfist yearawork Q6yenn thi elovea imost eastern counties of lhe state i theppucHandbooki d f ft report now iin the hands pf the IStai iacomdated I 4 No repent Inventory of Ifs number r sources t rr The manner in the forettrjRtorob fOtatthattheultimatoolalliori oT theff iforthtimberbetterrway than for him to con I sider the witodlot as a ba11Jto tl count using he iptykae4plttbtry lconstantly accraing but laavtag1 the capital tandiminishfed u M ck 4- educatiouworkshoOyojfw4r l etneeded to secure this desirable end ForestSergicp f tpjtwis i sleptofof this is evident since balyiiby iiI s t aappointl en of a gtaf efwer can work id cpppewjikisfew ith Athe1diaetheetatoofKextgskyiaea4pt 3toI WD forest prtiamsk thoI1at1 1 fI service iit wilting and khjunwa tp po operate in eyery Wiy1 ti sib e for the fnrtherapce it fareaty- amangpftivstaoanereaaI Kentabky In the c6operatfve inTeslf Mjon of forest resources now irifprbgress the government spent over fOOO r I to Duplicate a feimilar ampontap + propnated by the Anita iKentucky hu always beiiiTJdk j hnyotheritateej n where the timber will belietiftor bsproduced on a cOntingaUjde- oreaeingecale end it ja neceewiry to protect and pee qgmny the r forests which remain In 1899 Kentucky out 784JOOO 000 board feetof5srdwbdaolam be rIn lOOl he dapl1lQ8 ya f yeiy rysoreof yellow poplin kaawTalltioff Otter twentfed ptst t Iorthe same time theplfrrra- tthe mill have advitfioedrolaa- aVeageof siity are0ess cefih1ud M the demand hke it d abobrd ingly tfaIJFet riiwllflr tiliett iylhiiiiiMs 6 eritlHUtMMWe1la SItI M1 hIlJaI + eg fleir otMrfOlMlnIlL r tr 9nlr04III 9 9tt f t fj fjacty on 1 Y11 t lsrUnited Sfalt d Dppartmonta QttWIL PYIJnvI x44 Departmntip 8F1 ct11dJftt 9t ii49aVijmoae1 Agrlcq UfA and thgar nllbFaR 1ns eftlpa 4ti St1 1 yanFoods audDnqqrAgtyT PRfs l 10Q0 As oxithgflA HIt Jretained iR thq gourhyilof leachllJg u 19 k O- ftauadulteratq prdalta j 6 of S tion Ttuokytilt naige c1Q IIn c 1anti1 the ea1e ot flapss Vje1j Pep1ltb JHoxidoepf nitrogen i9 h t y iLwI Dirt Ky AgrJ Ex 4tlourf m f r JJ c dfn1 h L LI- II O VI r v r Iti Fir a- r r t iA I ENtiEli COOPER Editor HAZEL CMNECN Kl JHURSDA Je 18 t 1909 1I iJE cOUN1Y UUUNT DIRECTOR- YULFE caomt OSOET I KIIJadgeI jth Attorney i I NI Jt Holier Clerk ljYeltte Utfttt Moaday is- January first yMoad ylaWay Urd Monday fn8eptem r ber- f 5rV I ytlneMnY 0001- f Q TOBHTEB Juflg- efo CouatyAtturneyRoslaeLi C I MeeMtirbiondaytn each month t t Ilr W LPI PUC1L COURT 10v F teetSrst Tuesday in April first Tae I 4 i day in Oftober CURTFriday a to March June September and Decem 1VDlrtrlctNo2 ok fourth Fri 11darln February May Augnet and No i veMber4 patxM No 38 F Allen second Friday I f November1w1 l I t f r Mob May August and November WrWJ4o6T C1IODOD second Fri 4 t Omyita Marcb June September and Dc- emberr iplttrlet No 6iKoy font third Friday It Fabraan IIay Augun and November JHrtrlct No 7B T Helton fourth Fri ii dayte March June September and De- Hseaaber Friafday s Fi4 raary May August and No yemller If oo11T1C TICKET Jr WOLFE COUNTY X v Sot County JedieW D DUFF l Kartoiaaty Court ClerkB LOurROLL ill Farc ConrLClerk 4CLiNDON- r For1 lkeriFOEOBGE W SAUtY J For CoAttrIl7le1t G SAMPLE t r Far AeuaserJ T CENTEB t eC SopeiintoieaJWTAULBEE Fdr SurveyorE CR ECM- k t tForQoronerJ BAWKSAMPLE- i t t t v MORGAN COUNTY n or Circuit Jndge 32odJiit- rlctANNAHJI C a CommbJwea1th MlDe1 32DdI1 WAUGHtI BANEYIse Ceuaty CIerk JF H SEBASTIAN t N1JARBERti retel1lH B BROWN 0 COIBSFiI or Coro erzACH HANEY tOfSlttT TOlx PTUBNKB r ioif wt 4 the IWfl ftIrW Cuqitii Some of the thoughts Which will j tp emphasized in the 1909 Whirl vwfrid JJanpaitn for better ednca tt tionin Xenttiokyaro sf fir Pp ular tbbBgbt Bbould be tarn ur d from national to state local aft fjfavfl tIfthe people rule they must take e time 1rgrn private to attend to q jnblic bUlll ass any1IccS V toebloyknd transmit what society atrat liaa gained through ogee of toil and R suffering tT 1 fc he whole people must be edu irrated to meet the dentanda of our y complex civilization Every childj i v hoe atf inherent right to an equal dt jshaoce in the race of lifea I Vi Thejitate needs enlightened men for fr xepubjic with an ignorant Ill N 3 teleotorateieadimposaibility The ImenSt P J eairl tied the sohoola must jJ1Utemreiatuq stands low jnthe spale- tige1etal1 t jduoatlon because of wJ Iiferauce of the people to 41 tar tJiiiiir h 51tlieh7lie not giving her chi- lt rategtulchance educational 1 ly i0iOangi with the children of aianypeorer tate and as a re aselt tiltwIi IK possibility that her rQOf asaiyincome wnrante in the i thei01 I arevtb lbj andcomenfromotherl- ataiier4l is not fair I whitephild in gen htisCtW 1JJtan equal opportunl t 10 jty shishiaerap negro child I Hi ike majority of white children 1 V N edaeated under rural c L tsar while the majority of 7 m4bildrw live in the cities 1I This- see if iiibt fair County people I mid to it that their children iI bk eatt qual chance With others i 1 K jf TS Jib iy way the rural school t cityJcountyTfc iT r4 if KtmtucklJhould- r witltaitel goad sokoolhguses in every liWrkjt and pat a good tMoher b tbq ieaoh of every child t I 19U odoso jli oulioolIChool dON not- rei Ur for lifes daties MOR1diea pblicP tt f j 4rtUpnlrgrniles d7 f S tJ 7Ek ioi t- J tar-t n bf atkto andorftplod because ro Seoew schools to PiertQdetta for them and ben lee jretAre So few Highly edu l awliaO 16 inspire ittident o climb the heightsi l Kentucky newts more uoiverfi y toen for the real advances ib being madoalpng industrial liMe aw for the mo8t part the vorjof theselinen highly trained in the arts and sciences A school tax is not really a taxI but an investment for suppose society Invests 100 in the education of a boy will she not get it back with compound interest thru the long years of his manhood It pays the individual to be ed ucated It pays every individual and that which pays every unit of society pays oiety itself H will pay Kentucky in every way to give every one of her chil dren a common school education it will pay her to give as many as possible a high school education and it will pay her to give thou sands of her sons and daughters university training- EdaoatiQnmeasures the distance from savage to civilized life The creation and security of wealth de pends upon the education of the peopleIt not be right to make one man help to educate another mans children for the parents sake but it is right to make every man who enjoys the blessings and security of civilized societv help prepare the next generation for citizen ship Te Develop Eaiterm Keilacky CHI Fiilii One of the most important plans annonhcedthia year for the devel opment of Southern coal land is comprised in a statement made to The Manufacturers Record by Jere H Wheelwright vicepresident of the Consolidation Coal Co of Bal timore The company will at once arrange to develop 80000 acres of coal land in the Millers creek field near Paintsville It acquired this Sroperty from the CamdenMayo which it controls and it will invest about 3000000 for modern facilities including a mining town mining plants electrical power installations standard gauge steam railway and a bridge across the Big Sandy river The Millers Croak Railroad is the official title of the company organized to build and operate the railway which will be extended across the bridge mentioned to the coal fields and to a connection with the Chesapeake k Ohio Rail road on the east side of the river The Consolidation management plans to provide fqr an annual output from this proposed devel opment of 1000000 tons of coal largely for shipment to the North west where it will be handled at lake ports over docks it controls Its engineers are now making necessary surveys so that plans preparedforThe bridge plans will be submitted to the War Department lor ap provalAlI contracts will be given prompt consideration and construction work will be pushed to possibleLwith offices at Fairmont W Va will be in immediate charge of construction details- TheCoDsolidation Coal Co an lonnoed last month its acquisition ofthestookof the Fairmont Coal Co the Somerset Coal Co the Pittsburg k Fairmont Fuel Co and the Clarksburg Fuel Co which properties it had controlled by ownership of a majority of the took This company recently declared a stock dividend of 00 per tent increasing its total capitalization of 20000000 The company owns about 12000 auras of coal land In Maryland 58000 in Pennsylvania 100000 inWest Virginia and 80000 in Kentucky a total of 200000 acres in addition- to which it or some of its leading stockholders owns a large if not- a controlling interest in the North irn Coal sit Coke Co whiph has 800000 acres in EasternKentnoky adjacent to the 120000 acres own ed by the Big Sandy Company of Boston The expsnditure of 8QQOQgP for development work in coal cps irationa in that part of Kentucky will do btlM mark the beginning of great activity in that rich coal rritQty Lexington Herald i ne Citotry Miwifapwr There are few who appreciate the country newspaper and its editor as they should T eoountry newspaper is a house grown institution and hovld be a part of every mans and womanspzde who lives upon its good ot Th newspaper weeps when z P it mourns when yoieight when yoabigh- Ikfsllr all of your good traits and B when lIMaityou ftMvstjif pens pmyoslty and q weeps when adversity ovortakee withyouryour wants when in need It will go for the doctor at midnight for you if you need him It will delay its issue a day to attend the funeral of one of your family Itwill give you the best room in its dwelling if your house burns down It will send you a mess of fresh meat if it butchers before you do And this is not all If your family is too poor to erect a tombstone when you die it will chip in to help erect one to re member your last resting place Still this is not all it will close its eyes to the truth and say some thing nice about you after you are dead and endeavor to make your wife believe you were an an gel when she inwardly knows its a lie Yes it will do more Itwill stoop down and wipe the dirty nose of your kid and still you cuss it and let the ooor editor send your paper steen years without paying him a cent and stop your paper if he intimates that he is hard up Shame on you National RipSaw Appeal to Authorities Frankfort June 8Curtis Jett the wild dog of Breathitt who is serving a double life sentence murJ1eltonight to stop the murders in Breathitt county He says that his people have been ruthlessly slain and no effort has been made to bring the guilty to justice Those of his uncles assassinated are William Sewell murdered by the light of a furnace when malting mosses Curtis Jett shot from ambush John Hargis a merchant Ben Hargis died in his arms byhisstripeforBefore Jim Cockrill Dr Cox or Jim Marcum had been killed my uncle Jim Hargis told me that 1000 had been offered for his head Now Ed Callaban is am bushed My people have been unjustly persecuted and murdered- I am guilty of the charges against methat is killing Cockrill and Marcumbut I never took a bribe in my life to kill a man nor re ceived a cent for hurting a man forgivenbyon the authorities to stop the car nagsThsrsrils firs Kifiej TmWc did NBTMT Sispct Nt How To Visa Oat Ffll a bottleprconunon glass with yonr- water and let it stand twentyfour hours ormllkyS the back are also symptoms that tell you ofoiderandattentionWhat To Do sooftenremedyfulfillsg kidneysliverbladderandeverypartof peerage Corrects inability tohold water and sglding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer adovercomes that unpleasant ne eaaity of being compelled to go often 1times1 andImmediatesoon realized Itstands the highest because ofitsremarkable health restoring prop ertfca If you need a g medicine you should Soldbydruggists rand onedollar sizes i ire ara freebymailamtoo N Y Mention this paper and SwampRoot s N Y on every bottle r n nn SHERIFFS SALE 0By virtue ofau execution No 1609 directed tome which issued from the clerks om e1Il the Wolfe Circuit court ngeinstJell8eTOiTD on MONDAY the 5Ui Day of JULY 1909 between the hours of 1 oclock p m and 4 oclockp m at the court house door exposotofollowing property ot80 much thereof plaintiflAdebtOne tract of land bounded and de scribed as follows lowit tuning at the water falls of the brand at tho road near where JF 0 Gil ley lived thence running eastvyardly with the meanders of the cliff to John Bushs and J P Bushs oldcorner thence up the branch with their line n w to John Bushs fence n w with Do lint Arnetts fence thence southwest- wardly with said fence to a new fence on top of the ridge thence with said fence southwardly to the old field fence and top of the ridge thence with pie old field fence southwardly to the point or pur to a yellow pine tree thence with said ridge or pur southwest toa small black oak at or near the road that lead up to Mrs Bowmans thence with said road eoutheastwardly to the beginning JesseTownsendTerms Sale will be made on a credit of six months the purchaser to execute bond with approved security lo have the force and effect of a replevin bond Witness my hand this 14th day of June 1909 Cox8heriflof CquneytBy YIN6- hE WM M1es- fICAIBtu KoeleASCfxlta N M s POULTRY FENCE Very tOM Mesh O apM I Writ ror iabsllepaaraxehisprthdWitot I 9116 rlttta Ia n ids a ahaa lie The Wl8tCLh t WINCHESTER KY- N H WITUEItSPOONPrceW Paid Up Capital t 810000000t Undivided Profit t 17000000 Handsome Deposit of N over it i 50000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus Inc men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its custom ers every faoultyand the moitliberal legitimatebanltiD GEORGE RIC- EIJNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Coffins in my i hop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the moat easonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and win attend all burials when o requested Public patronage is aspootfully solioitedtt j 35tf GEO RICE OrB OOppoflilMig- I offer for sale my residence consist jg of sevenroom cottage good lot and arden and outbuildigi One of the neat desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and general re+ anythingdished with a complete outfit of tools nd stock of materials and supplies also machineryWillseparatelyFor ad 809EMarchKy DR 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GEEEN KY ben his profettional services to the clti ens of Hazel Green and earronnding coup ry and will shower all Dana of diction hazelfrees I I t 17 at MILLINERYI t I l o I 1 t v Our collection bf ne r most i do so now the Jar gest line ever before i M RAM wrthX fine of v line of and fHIt DBENS tl YoUr Aside from we We bare an nice line of net waists and voile skirts Silks a epe clalty A look will convince you Call and see IMISS t Ky f 1 l THE NEXT y i f T rA BEGIN F 1 14 t t JFt I r ttb i r r LHE OF PROSPERIT aE7 fNARlfr FREE1909 Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six or a EVERY Engraved MpecUlIy for The Evening Post at a coat of f 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TIWEKENTUCKIANSHOULbIIAYEACOPVOFTHISPLENDIIWALLATUThu Inchesiu 7ft1mCongressional Commissioner tic afromO Original w l SPECIAL Hays THIS PAPER FRUIT ORCHARD Catal- ogDAY throughout so- aasatodatloliy preparedlo OF l 1 I1 McCALL PATrERNS a L sfmplldtyasdreliabllltyevery ally and town In the United State aaCanada orby mall direct More old qua any other make Send for lira agtoaa MtCALLS MAGAZINE Moro subscribers than any other faahmlt r A7ii 3 etIqueltegood PPPplainstorks etc Only so cents iii 1r ear worth double Including a free pttceaY o Subscribe tOday or send for JWONDEltFl1LJ t and new cash prize ollerAddreu J i rsrrsAii ce zit azM to Irrr asi f IRMt i cJr i j 1 irsubscribe foxti r fie ai7 t a j t i f a 1 f y J11tI I h ij lv ftS f f jli i r or l arelr Fine HairIts lie care that makes flic hair Use Aycrs Hair Vigor M A new Improved formula sys tematically conscientiously situ you will get results Wet f kMW h stops falling hair cures cU drnnV lad is a most ttec U v driMlit Entirely new New troche New contents bwa wMs sfirof11s Lk- pru 11a wxaNl s ue pewNNT doNtors Mf IN- AylrsHair Vleer ai Wiwmade from ew h sewtaspreve0fermaleIsthelaketmatscleMiRc hair ratioeverCIC1d upon tile 01 market dandruff H Iis the one great rnedldne i yrdgatoArworrr4V nrawr- ii WSE MERiltD PBINKWAlNBCQiySBOXAKOLA Miss Lillian Bieknell returned Tuesday from a two weeks visit at If Berea b Mite Fannie Bingo iis visiting her brother George Ittngo and a wife at Lee City a j31r esterman Back of Jack sqiiftjs yieitingi her father J Wv Tanlbeeeapd family V fcpkiUl reports the birth of 1 + sign to the wife of Jim Cox of tkeCo Mill neighborkood tt- G tr1 cHII trn 0ry flit FLETCHERS CASTOR IA xHazel Green Academy via ran onlyii tlpieen Nickellti and uweeoe Kagb- l Daisy MoLin has the k thanksof our better seveneighths fortrt handsome boqnot of choice flowi r1fJ v 4tiColTom Troy of Winchester f Mhere visiting his daughter Miss tI PyrlI of the firm of Mayel Troy tb4iaillinenc lorrr nsjlo to the wife of 4 ErayiidjLong nee Jeanette Gridley Vit iJewa k Ohio a girl Margaret Trances Jor Bale A Victor graphophone Le f with 88 records will be told for 1 few tkiia the cost of the records wlApliat thiaofflo r 4i3 F ReYl old our harneiaaan f VfWili movejbabk to his farm in Owtf ttl4within a few days but says fee saay ret rn here next year to live ai1 Judge Geo Carton is confined to raiadJ lfseistiearhedmatiam feting with kidney trouble 11 tTadeed with his age heis in bad rKshape 0 L Witt of Winchester JS fitting np Rlttenhonso Ranch With alUmproved e b d8 for running rwater to fejith rooms and his y Plumbing is Is goods the best t Ir About 6 oclock this evening an Jsolipse of the spn will begin and i JOB can see it here But if ypn ot happen to ba cut in the Pacific ocean yon wan see itas a total one 4 1f t I Prof M0 Carterand wife left Jf Mpoday f ll months vacation Infl College comissend mentionjune 5 Milo Carter Who has been at tending school helre during the pMt t year left for his home in WJSCOH sin Monday He was accompanied to Cincinnati by his brotkerrProf TA O Carter and wife 1 tFrank Dobbins Louisville H CarmtolfYe Cattletsburg W Baker Mt Ver r vnpq J H Fowler Salt Lick and n B Y Norman Louisville were y gBeBta of the Day House recently Ii 4 Y eThe school board of division No 2 Wolfe county including Ha f orzel Green will meet in Hazel Green the last Saturday in this i month for the purpose of hiring tdICe TJ XaalttMeMi rsaaosts l 1Ji tlttP4alenr 1 p IiJ W i t fjtiJo 4 F Ftt Charley Dutjf revfcrind agent A 1J Patrick Deputy Uuitwi States marshal JL McCoy deputy col lector and Robti fi solfa posse man raided the DodD tiln still of Boone Staavpdrof Stamjper Tiranchj Monday Morning and de stroyed hl9A still with a capacity ofabout 85 gallons Mr Duty the revenue agent told the writer tbatBoone Rae fitted up in first class style and Mr Patrick said tfiatiordinftrily a man could have walked alloveritandnever seen it iHe had just preparodlto move itplI i his new plant located gad in fffe days would have been id complete Control without the knowledge of the community They got the worm a piece of which they had with thqm but they found no liquor Mr Stam per was going to his cornfieldat the time but they had evidence enoBgh to take him to Jackson bed fore Commissioner D K Hurst Mr Duty also told us that from his best information Mr Stamper has been moonshining for 18 years the smoke from tho still escaping through the fireplace an4 mash tubs being located in the loft of his building At Belknap the day before they found and destroyed a still of about 16 gallons Np One was found with tha latter still but itifitsHppofled that one Jy D Moore was operatittg t few Tfl Fa4 oJohn Fetterlyl hlllyjjfft to tai a tiling plant and be i3Mpr Vt to make it in sizes froinLincbeiupi- to 0 Every piece pfjlplfiaud gaff be improvedi by tiJiBfy gud ih improvement wiUenbar M its vide OQehalf With a factory in oa immediate rritoryit dM look as if eveiyfarHier should try and rex deem hu lands afld it isi id hd hoped they will do so We have no interest in the manafaetnro of this tiling bat we do feeltan in terest in every farmer aQd hope they will prosper Oar advice thereford is that dach ono of thetn will tile some lend and we are confident that if they do MjHhat they will ere long tile all or it Try it Nsw GMUtty liih IIL cog4tytaeemy building at Campton which ibhey will tese M a hllhcboot Tie building post 8000 and there e eight acres of ground connicted- Kith it They had seleoladsite- of three arttl00an acre but heard the academy was to Ihesold and at onee opened a lotwtious for it Every nan on the board deserves the thanks of the people for the seamen they displayed in the jmrblHwe as they saved the coantr lweral thousand dollars sad secured it inuoh better build ing and groands than they could- otherwise have bought tHee ILthe stocknoldora of the old Hazel Green Fa r Association are requested to meet on the old fairi grounds on Saturday June 19 1909 to reorganize the Hazel Green fair It is proposed to hold ttte fair Tuesday Sept 14 and four fol lowing day Everybpdywbowtabes- to attend or has any desire to take stock in same iis cordiallylnvited J TAYLOR DAY Mrtlce Owing to the fact that I have been detained longer than I ex pected I have decided to remain in Hazel Green until i2ObUt can not stay any jonper at this time Df A M LAIRD of the firm of Diokson Laird JaoksonySunday 18 was memorial day for the Lady Macoabees of Hazel Green Hive 47 and they did not forget to decorate the gi avfea of their departed members Each member brought in parson or sent flowers for each of the two graves that of Lady Lou Niokell and Lady Ida Johnson For SaleTwo of the Pieratt cottages for less than the lumber and lot cn be bought One sore iftAMh loti fiva room je etc kpwe Apply at fthwp fe- Y l r I d IfyptRwantlhdhti razorras good- at y0iicn buy for 2Z all this at- odicoIttdj got one for 1 Wo also havea Ifew watches godtim kee ore that can be had for fl eacfil Dont wait until supply is gone oo l S L Horner rdpresentinfc tha Pioneer Pole and SaftCo Mom phi Tenn was the guest of J B Hoon a few days since and pur chased a car load of hickory shaft timber of him which he said was the finest ho had ever purchased in KentuckyJordan who has been confined to his home for a long time surprised his relatives and friends Monday by walking from Hazel LaImembered that sometime since he was taken down with kidney trouble and for awhile it was thought ho could not survive An exohange says Onethird of the tools in the country think that they can beat a lawyer in expounding the law Onehalf think they can1 beat the debtor in heal itifc the sick Twothirds of them think they can put the the minis teiffirr a hole1n preaching the Gos tel and all of them think thycan beat the editor in the newspaper fr t For Tea IIif- rtTktsleklwaiIeasatifWe Im lfti ifOBtiis the lungle toapareM1My heart quite free from care W fl atjBbon I return from the farm JE enjoy H quiet hour of rest Tbere k qnlte a charm in the nptea of myhlg aora r Which J blow with quite a zest Myf MotUM are spent jn pfc5nre sU= vr me i In reading the webs from deal Her- Go It Is quite a pleasure tome To hearfmrn the folks whom Icaai not nee 1MrToliver almettol La0 FarlriR IlaaetDj I Waated A I HSV owal8matlil 86 Iit harbors a companion t Wiiqili all the world to me- My bN rtBO faint with loneliness ifustlt be eyer so That those who best know how to love Love blessing should not know Only a trifling w ayside farm Or a tiny city flat Cosy and warm with breath of love Holds life more jry than that Though friends are kind and truly dear Unsatisfied I roam Unseen in my heart lis a sign Reading Wanted A Home 3 W Wilson Campton Ky Farm for SaleI 0Farm of 100 acres 80 acres in timber balance in grass and cultivation scarcely any rocks all fenced and cross fenced everlasting tine water plenty of good frulta fourroom house cellar outbulld ings Twenty five acres of tobacco land If put in tobacco would pay for the farm the first year Close to town good schools and churches Price reserving five acres part of white is in ginseng 2000 Write lZJEtVauKhna Pairs la Kentucky So far as W6 can learn the fairs sched uled for Kentucky during the present year are as follows- Georgetown July 27 to 31 Winchester August 3 to 6 Madisonville August 3 to 7 Danville August to 7 BLUE GRASS PAIR Lexington August 9 to 14 Taylorsvllle August 10 to 13 Uniontown Anguit 10 to 14 Harrtfdxburg August 12 to 14 Brodhead August 17 to 20 t fyitchBeld August 17 to 20 w Barboursville August 18 to 20 Shepherdsville August 18 to 20 EOTjog August t9 to 21 Shelbyville August 24 to 28 Florence Auruit 25 to 28 London August 25 to 28 Springfield August 25 to 28 w Frankfort August 81 Jo September 2 Hardlnsburg Aug 31 to Sept 2 BardstowD September 1 to 4 Torapkinavllle September 1 to 4 Fern Creek t ptember 1 to 6 Scott ville September 2 to 4 HAZEL GREEN FAIR SIft 141s 17 r Hodgentllle September 7 to 9 Montlcello September 7 to 10 Paris September to 11 Glasgow September to 11 Bcottslvprg September 18 to 17 STATE rAH LMisTiUs g ftl3 to 18 ScotUvilfy September 18 tA18- FtLientt t1iRM4 a to gete6x 2 UedforiOeteber 1 to2 d t MNTUOKY KERNELS t CarefallyCoUateil aid Concisely CkroiioleiT- hogtato treasury Is nearly bhttrubt and State Auditor James has asked the sheriffs to hurrY up tax collections and make prompt settlements W K Wilson was last week appointed magistrate for the second district of Breathitt county by Governor Willson vice T 0 Hurst who resigned While chasing a bog Earl Collins of Frankfort fell on a long sharp butcher knife and severed the large artery lead lug to the heart He died almost instant lyA Nicholas county farmer has pur chased a number of mulefoot hogs and will go into the business of raising them This breed of hogs is said to be immune from cholera and the healthiest stock of swine grown The records of the last trial of Bench Hargis in which he was given a life sea tence for the killing of his father were filed in the Court of Appeal last week by D B Redwine The appeal will be argued in September Scarcely bad the prison doors closed behind G W Rowlandof Cyntbiana former penitentiary clerk convicted of appropriating funds belonging to con victs to his own use than application for his pardon war made In an effort to escape arrest by policemen who had cornered her on the roof of a threestory building in Louisville Pearl Crouch a colored woman jumped to the ground She was taken to the hospital in a dying condition- In nfn ing to pardon William Smith ofitMartin county convicted on a charge of shooting on the public highway and breach of the peace Governor Willson aaldIfapplications which present no reasons getpardons this win The large tobacco barn ot Bert C Wren near Judy in Montgomery coun ty wasburned Sunday night evidently by Inrtndlaries The barn was full of old tobacco and the loss will reach about 3500 partially covered by insurance One white and two colored prisoners escaped from the Beattyville jail Sun day night after which they broke into the store house of R C Hill took three Bujta of clothes leaying their old ones li exchange and left for parts unknown Mrs Harriet Johnson of Frankfort dreamed thnt her son would bo mortally wounded and received a raessag nextday hat her son Campbell Johnson had been shot tbrjugh the abdomen while rehearsing a blood and thunder Wild West drama Congressman John fLangley has arranged for the delivery it a number of lectures on agriculturalsubjects and road building in this district by experts in the nationalagricultural department Be will supplement entertainments with an illustrated lecture on the Panama ca nat Editor R R Perry of the Winchester SmiSentinel in a strong editorial en doreetfJudge Ed C ORearas a candidate for the next governor of Kentucky He says that he is closer with the people and though a Republican ho would be the peoples governor without regard to party or class When Archie Hand was presented in the Criminal court of Louisville on a charge bf manslaughter for the killing of Policeman Corners Commonwealths Attorney Hufaker moved that the case be resubmitted to the grand jury on the grounds that the charge returned was not sufficiently seyere and Hand should be held for murder Sheep killing dogs in Fayvtte county have become so vicious that farmers are banding themselves together to kill all stray dogs Last Sunday night dogs got into a flock of sheep belonging to R S Atchison about six miles from Lexing ton and killed ten sheep besides wound Ingeven others so badly that they soon died One prominent farmer is known to have killed fifty stray dogs on his place in one night recently Henry Johnson an employe of the Lexington Boiler mills met with a horrible death last week Heifaa told to go to the sixth floor and aid in removing some barrels and to avoid climbing the stairs hopped into the endless chain elevator He failed tV get off in time andwas carriedaround the roller add openHIorally mashed to a pulp when he reached the bottom ETaipayeiss of Meo fa 60 lt C70Q ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that your State and County taxes for the year 1909 are NOW DUE and MUST be paid This being the last year of my term as Sheriff I will be required andStateandpayyourduly made proper steps will be taken to enforce payment so see me or one of yATOand me trouble Ml Very respectfully yours i J W COX SieriR It I- P r 11 t yi- r 1 I IThe Kind You Havo Always Bought and which has bees r use for over 30 years has borne tho signature of r and has b en matlo under his per 4J fp sonal snpoirvislon since Its Infancy r w Allow no one todeceive you In this S AU Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health oftInfants and Children Experience against Experiment r What Is CASTORIA v- Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pangone tfrops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Toothing Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates thefStomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend i GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS J A Bears the Sienafoiro f y The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMCcmT uncoii wfr TT MJuKArTHtrr IICW yOlIlI CftY I T w HASH SAMPLE t Dealers in General Merctfondise Announce to the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity that they have just at received magnificent line 9t 44LADJESS HOBS GENTS 2 DJ Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc rF 1 and that their general line embraces fineDress Goods Dry Goods Notions SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc I to wnicb they invite inspection ti cr t 1 CECIL BROS JrDealers in General Merchandiser 4oli J A All the latest styles in Dress Goods and Linensi j CALICOES at r 5 Cents a Yard I I OUR FINE LINE OF SHOEsand OXFORDSare uptodate and will astonish you iIf You Dont See What YouWant Call Pcjy Itna to ri leash Johiison Eash r J DEALERS iNe 9 General Merchandtil COUNTRY PRODUCE c a HAZEL GREEN 1Grf ltvitethe attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to tha new stookof goods they hove just received embracing general atorei Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fr8iiainil Vegetables iin season Farmers Hardware cand eBpeoislly ttieir HAMILTONBROWN SHji5 r a rtotWOMENAll ShieldBrand Clothing andSIot our former immense stock including id the lot some vflry nn TaHd many pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain will bti Gold At Cost and Carriage and Even Less Kash Johnson Jt Kaiih T I JA KILLTHICOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kingsi New Discovery FOR CgucH8PBICliI Ml ALL TIHIIATANDLUNflTMUIlLESI RII4k1T IUTIiJFiiOOJinrI OR KOmaJLQUJIDKDJ hf r 1t t jttai t a ecrpa rtaeNslc fw I IL tkiwcaudM p ANDSimplypNr I C k coq a nwdm tt S aapor Pak ca P1WTUGtAryYlly r- Rtl tudplewy 4 rt- ypdee lec toes Tj t cdtAimrgyk i lt t- M tl wed s pk1 fa y as + If nu metint IAI rlpl l i AmulcaaPEbrarsM- t 1 araoo al aowo s it = fl c II w ff c 1t i6 = ro ViI F1 If Jty fti t J1 IRCUSi rI a l ly NAIIGAR T MAYO Yyyll wb by boa Neai Cm1S I CHAPTER V 7J church bells were ringing their first warning for the IfmD1 ttiorabag service when Mandy Into the pare bedroom r for tbe second time and glanced cau t II ttewlyattke wtep of hair that poke a taafaUne head sdmewhere between e r UM covers and the little white pillow 14 tI aathefour poster bed There was no onaa from the sleeper so Mandy yen 0 hued across the room on tiptoe and f raised the shade The drooping J teoaghs of autumn foliage lay shim mrrlnt against the window panes and i through them might be seen the gray j r41 oBtllne of the church Mandy glanced I f sagain toward the bed to make cu- rerthat the burst of sunlight had not d wakened the Invalid then crowed t- oaEl1t rickety chair lladen with the discarded finery of the little circus r ridsriLawdy sakesl she cried holding p a spangled dresa admiringly Aint dat beautlfnir She drew near the mirror attempting to see the reflex tlon of the tinsel and chiffon against Tory ample background of gt baia and avoirdupois Youd sure be lI+ iwell nigger wld dat on boner M chuckled to herself Wouldnt seeitdatr The picture of the deacons aston 1 1ihmentat such a spectacle so grew tpoU Mandy that she was obliged to tcoven her gefierous mouth to shut In her convulsive laughter lest it awaken creakedato tb6 old fashioned bureau which for If months had stood unused agalnllt abelY It to lay awarthe gay IIpa Tllell gow Ifll be a mighty long time afore she puts on dem tings agIn she said with a doubtful shake of her large round heal Then nhr JiimMrMlr Vfttia ThiHr and examtTVthe beadwork with a great deal ot Merest Lawdy lawdyr she criedp J bbe compared the size of the eau eto that of her own rough worn laoe She wu again upon the point of exploding with laughter as the harch bell added a few final and sore eapbattc clangs to its warning Site tviMd with a slut motioning n 1 rata warning out of the window for the hell to be event but the lHt l keper was already stirring aneaslly iHti39Mtoir One soft arm was over her head The tiaiievhliMieyM opened and closed I TMid sureAss newriper sold dot en I AawVI Ml4 OwcWa- AcweKSyI as fcbe teBipsored the words efclowa Mag that 11iB04 Toby taught bar years ago 4M4I tais what r tM befi eing r bedtaad met leech with a blank stare of y Mtoatohmeat A tiny frown came Into the Maall white forehead Whatc tip matter abe asked I ttWly trying to find omethlng fa- radlfar la the Mack face before her I fH1kCIlUd hUSk Mandy whis JJ pored Joe ycm lay pafflckly still I rtnglnIFJrettelir gW repeated as ber- t eyes towreledi ejvlakly aboat the strange d waUe and the pafernafer fitting of the r rt 1 1 roes This atet the howl she cried SMMealy r Tier bless yea not Die aint no jtewl Mandy answered and she t Ja1iPe4 reassuringly ukeIItIUt Kebber you alfc boltdat wuI JlCaadrs anaO f utory reply POIJ7fr skid H1rt ere the bundhTa- tt AackedMandy tiaaa 1me hebaschJir and + 1hga the tJ 110 IiIeM If I f a rtel aIIFW frItj J rj hb I0 Ilii JitLt t JIILr CtonerrShow gonerolly cried In lonazenient Then what am J doln betr onrMandyytfBef Let mb aloneI Potly put aside the arm twas trying to place a shawl iaround her I gotto get out of here Youse got plenty ftUmo tot dat Mandy answered Jes yo walt awhileI wait on I wont Pony shrieked almost beside herself with anxiety Z got to get to the next burgWakefleld aint It What time- S ItT Let me olonel Let me gol sho cried struggling desperately The door opened softly and the young pastor stood looking down at the picture of the frail white faced child and her black determined cap torHere here Whats all thte about be asked In a Arm tone though evi dently amused r BEEN CUTZUf UP AWFULl J Who are your returned the girl ushe shoved herself quickly back against the pillows and drew the cov en close under her chin looking at him oddly over their top She done been cuttln up somefln awtullt Mandy as she tried to regain enougtf breath for anew en counter Cutting up Yon surprise mo Miss Polly hefNd with mock serlcmsaese How do you know Im the little rebel asked her eyes gleaming large and desperate above the friendly covers If you pill be very good and keep veryfcqulet I will try to ten you he sald as he crossed to the bed I wont be quiet not for nobody Pony objected with a bold disregard of double negatives I got to get a move If you aint gbin to help me you neednt butt In I am afraid I cant help you to go mat yet Douglas replied lIe wnbe ginning to perceive that there were tub before his other than tie Rap fug of loUT character Wkat are you tryin to dO to ine anyhow she naked as she shot a- glanceof wplclbn from the ftastor to Mandy What am I up against Dont you be scared honey Mandy reassured her louse Jes as cafe here as you done been In de circus Safer we hope Douglas added with a smrte- Are you two bug Pony questioned as she turned her head from one side to the other and studied them with a new idea Wellroo cant get none the best of me I can getaway all right an I will too 8be made a desperate effort to put one foot to the floor bofc Ml back with a cry of pahv Dar dar Mandy murmured put ting the pillow under the poor cramped Beck and smoothing the tan glad hair from Polly forehead You den hurt yosef for suah din time The pastor had taken a step toward the bed HLllookof amusement had to one of pity You see Miss Folly you have had a very bad fall and you cant get away Jut yet nor see your friends until you are better Ifs only a scratch Polly whim pered I can do my work I got to One more feeble effort and she IUe- eu1bed with a faint jimmy cricket l Uncle Toby told me that you were a very good little girl Douglas said as he drew up a chair and sat down by her side confident by the expres sion on her face that at last he was master of the situation Do you think he would lIke you to behave like this 1 sore am on tbe bUnk she sighed as she settled beck wearily upnth pillowYoull be all right soon Douglass answered cheerily Mandy and I will help the time to go I recollect now Polly faltered without hearing blmt1t was the last MoogJimm seemed to have a hunch I was goln to be In for trouble when I went Into the ring Bingo must a felt It too HA kept apullln and a Jerkin from tIleltartI got myself together to make the last lamp nIeBtremember no more Her heed drooped and her eyes closed I wonMnt try last aew If I were prlH PmOuaaswaed M erfy- te ar wheel ikt ttJrT L n tNr t ij i i I 161 i inw Yoihr what chile Mandy exclaim edas phe turned from the table where abe had been irolling tip the Qndsed bandages lleft from the doctors call the night before I paddleIof bar many pains Gee but that hurts I She tried to bend her ankle Is it punctured 7 Only sprained Douglas answered striving to control his amusement at the expression on Mandy puzzled face Better not talk any more about It Aint anything the matter with my tongue IsI there she naked turning her head to one side and studying him quizzicallyI think there Is he replied good naturedly How did I come to fan In here any howl she asked u abe studied the walls of the unfamiliar room We brought you here sI SHB DONS SOMEFIN explained Polly changed Its a awed place she conceded grudgingly We are comfortable he admitted as a telltale smile again hovered about his Ups H9 was thinking of tile changes that he must presently mfko In Miss Pollys vocabulary Is this the big top she asked Thewhatr he stammered The main tent she explained Well no not exactly Its going to be your room now Miss Polly My room GeeI Think of that sho gasped as the possibility of her actually having a room all of her own took hold of her mind Muck obliged she said with a nod feeling that something was expected of her She knew no other phrase of gratitude than the one Mnvver Jim and Toby bad taught her to say t the manager when she received from him the first stick of red and white striped candy Youre very welcome Douglas an weredcWith a ring of genuine feeling In his voice Awful quiet aint itr she ventured after a pause Guess thata what Woke me up DoBglas laughed good naturedly at tbe thought of quiet as a disturber rind added that he feared It might at drat be rather dull for her but that Jim and Toby would send her news of the circus and that she could write to them as soon as she was better Ill have to be a heap better an I ever was fore I can write much Polly drawled with a whimsical lit tie smite I will write for you the pastor volunteered understanding her plight You will For the first time he saw a show of real pleasure In her eyes Every 4ayN Douglas promised Md early An you will show me howr Indeed I will How long am I in forr she asked The doctor can tell better about that when he comes The doctor Solts as bad as that ebr Oh that need not frighten you Douglas answered consolingly I alnt frightened she bridled quickly I aint never scared of noth in Its only cause they need me in the show that Im aklcklnV Oh they Win get along all right be said reassuringly Get along li Polly flashed with sud flen resentment Get along without my actr It was apparent from her took of astonishment that Douglas had fbmpletely lost whatever ground he had heretofore gained in her respect gay have ydnseen that show She wafted for his answer with pity and contempt No admitted John weakly Walli should say you aint or you wouldnt make no crack like that Im the whole thing In thatpush she said encYanlwIbe en the burn for fair I beg your pardon was all Doug las could say confused by the sudden volley of unfamiliar words Youre klddlnme she said turn lag 1her head to one side as was her wont when assailed by suspicion You must a seen me rider No Miss Polly I have never seen a circas Doagias told her half regrets fully a SMBM of his deep privation sGssWt IJf tWJtff bitLon7 nq ohfleL lEIe ahitterseed none ob dam tings MtJMly Inr terrupted M abe tried to arrange d few short stemmed posies In A ytlrlQioI gated bouquet y Well what do you think ot thaU Polly gasped Xoure the list Rube I ever saw that hadnt She waslook ing at him as though he were ai curl osity So Im a Rube Douglas shook hlf head with ft sad little smile and good naturedly agreed that he had Jripme times feared as much Thafs what we always calls Iwlike you she explained Ingenuously and added hopefully Well you must a seen our parade An the pikers see that It dont cost notbin ilm afraid I must also plead guilty to the charge of being a piker Douglas admitted half sheepishly fortjdld see the parade Well I was the one on the whlte horse right behind the non cage she began excitedly You remember Its a little confused In my mind be caught her look of amazement just at present be stammered feeling her wrath again about to descend upon himtWell Im the twentyfour sheet stand she explained Sheet Mandy shrieked from her cornerYes the billboards the pictures Polly said growing Impatient at their I persistent stupidity I She suah am a funny talkin thing1 mumbled Mandy to herself as she clIP- ped the withered leaves from a near the window plntI You are dead sure they know I aln4t- tcoanlo onf Polly asked wjth a linger Ing suspicion in her voice Dead sure And Douglas smiled t6 himself as he lapsed into her veragcii jar rIThere was a moments pause Poll- reallzedfor the first time that she mue actaaily readjust herself to a new der of things Her eyes aroyIabout the room fit IIoIIa chee iiIplace la which to be Imprisoned vea Polly could not deny that TheII window at the back with Its asdlitI ot sieging birds and Minshlne all day- longJ Everything from the white ce1 ing to the sweet smelling matting WII covered the door was spotlessly dean The cane bottomed rocker near the I carved window seat with Its pretty 1 pWews told of days when a convajesi ceai Anight look In 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