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It i f SJfSxg 7i y r I iI1 I s ilTprII THE o abliahedMaroh4188fi MadebtamonaiatheBtoryofJonathanaadHisCoat c by MaxORell I 0 It HPENCKH OOOlBK The Oddest Most Most Circulatedand Most Paper II i Ownerand Editor Popular Widely Quoted infiheKentuokYMountains 100 a Year in Advance t I TWENTYFOURTH YEAR 1 pAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY UNIT 24 1909 NUMBER 02 Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND NO1 NoJ1 No b STATIONS ItDallyex Dallyau Sunday Suuuay Sun ayolly AMtve PMLve AMLve Jackson 6 10m 2 20 pIL 700 am OKJunct 6 16 pin 2 25 pru 705 am Beattyve Jo 7 07 am 3W pm 7411111 Torrent 7 JO am 8 41 pm 81611111 Nat 746 am 3 66 pm 826 am Campton Briden 7 48 am 3 57 pm 828 aw Stanton 8 15 am 4 26 pm 8M am Clay City 86 am 4 35 pm UU2 a- mLEJuuc 1003 am507900 am pm WInchester 9 12 am 5 20 pm 1012 am Lexton ar 9 55 am I 6 05 pm 102aw EAST BOUND No2 ENo9 = STATIONS = Daily and SundaymI Sunday PM LyeA31LyeI 2 25 0 0 7 36 ampm 2 2 48 38 pm pm 20 LexingtonI I 20 8 I 26 13 pm am 3 50 pm 40 40 U 02 am 3 58 pm 44 Stantoni 44 9 10 am 4 30 pm Campton Juntu pm 4 35 pm 57 Nat Bridge 571938 am 4 47 pm 62 torrent 62 am 5 10 pm 70 BeattyveJO am 6 05 pm 90 OKJuncn 7011017 am 6 10 pm 94 Jackson am CONNECTIONS L E JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 and will make connection with the C Olfy for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By for Pine Ridge and Campton BKATTVVLLK JDMCTION Trains No 2 will make connection at Beatty ville June with the L and A Hallway for passengers to and from Beattyville O tK JUNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local stations on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager ORAB I3COTT Oen Pass Agent 01110o kllai1wij lime Table May 21 I9O6 WESTBOUND No33 K K No21 Daily ex S STATIONS B Daily ex Sundaym Sunday PM ARR 0 27 PM ABB 6 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 4 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 62 22 Wllhurst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OAKJunction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND ti No 34 IS SI No22 Daily ex STATIONS = Daily ex Sunday Sunday AMLVEI PMLva 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 6II 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 1 44 8 37 10 Williurst 1 51 9 25 1 OK Junction 201 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 2 30 Noi21 and 22 will make close connection at O iK Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent mountain RRailroad No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 000 a m Campton 1130a m 200 pm Camptou 000pm i No2 No11 I ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCainpn Junc10 05 am 3 30 pmCauipu Juno 440 pm J The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E passenger trains B F BOLINC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON the citizens of Wolfe andINFORMS counties that he carries a line of Coffins Gaskets Burial Clothes and everything neeessmry to put away the dead in decent style JtSpecial caskets supplied on 24 hours noticefinest made1If ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones c C HOSE SEWELL Notary Public STILLWATER KY Oilers his professional services to citizens of Wolfe county and solicits the patronage of nil who may lave legal papers to execute I Dfficrat his residence un Still water r COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distant friends LACY CREEK John Elkins made fourdays business trip to Gillmore recently Miss Mallie Byrd spent Sunday at Toliver with her sister Mrs Jim CoxMiss Calhe Rose visited her cousin Miss Lula Rose during the past few davaiChurch services at Rose chapel last Sunday were conducted by Rev John Wilson Vise Matlee Rose is visiting her sister Mrs Charley Sample at Maytown this week Jeff 11 Rose one of our hustling farmers made a business trip to Hazel Green recently Hon J P Rose and wife of near Hazel Green visited at Snow denville one day recently S S Snowden and wife of Snow denville have been visiting the latters parents at Stanton H F Haney moved his sawmill from Lacy creek to Clay Wilsons and will soon be ready to begin op eration Green Lacy whose illness has been previously mentioned in tpese columns is said to bo improving slowingA Pose that is always smiling andV homing in the neighborhood attended church at iRoee chapellast Sunday James P Lacy and daughter Miss Clemma visited the lathers grandparents Mr and Mrs WST Trimble last Sundayt Lexy Lacy one of Lacy most enterprising m roh ginseng raisers attended crjkS at Gillmore last Sunday H H Swango the county intendont visited our Sunday school Sunday afternoon and teem ed well pleased with theoutUok There was a social at the tome of John D Rose and wife givin in honor of Miss Cappie Little of Campton All who attended sem ed to enjoy themsolveso k Mrs Jane Nickell of Grissy was visiting her mother Aunt Ju da Wills who is making her home with her daughter Mrs VJ S Trimble on this creek Sunda Loyd Lacy who has been racy creeks crack shot for some tme has decided that Mort Elkins can 111 his place atid says Mort is the only fellow who can kill nore squirrels and catch more fish than he can The people of this creek are somewhat behind with their veed killing but the recent rains did not stop our progressive farmir J B Elkins from killing weetb in his now ground of 15 or 1C acres i and in the meantime he had the reptilefamilyThis beats his son Mort killing waysJuneBEIITIH Dr William Swango of near Maytown is quite low at this writ ingDr and Mrs C Nickell of LaoyreeklastMr and Mrs Harlan Trimble spent Saturday night with A C Nickelland wife H F Haney who has beat saw ing out a job for J B Hollon has moved his mill away from Lacy creekMrs Southey Lacy visited at the bedside of her uncle Bill Swaugo near Maytown Sunday who Ja not expected to live The meet ing was heartrending as she Find but recently returned from the funeral of her father in Powell county and the two brothers were so near alike CASTORIAForI The Kind You Hays Always Bought jtBears the Siguaturuor Tis IrIJ TO CORRESPOMDENTSMail your items early so they will reach our office morningMondayifnot be published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only LANDSAW Sam Burchfield and wife visited at Andrew Williams Sunday- J M Cockerham Wm Dalton and wife attended church at Mala ga SundayJ and N L and 1 W Combs went to Campton Thursday on business H L Whisman and Dave Rose recently bought 16 head of young cattle for 180 Chap Brewer of Holly creek was visiting in this section Satur day and Sunday Mrs Rhoda Swanpo of Valeria is visiting granddaughter Mrs Hiram Swango this week Harrison Tackett who has been visiting in Carter county for some time came in home last week Born on the 18th to the wife of H J Spencer a 12b boy i also to the wife of Jonas Sally twin girls James Tester John Brewer and Grant Rose of this place took the county teachers examination Fri daKand Saturday Teams from Menifee passed thru here last week moving a band mill from Yale to the Hurst timber Operations are liable to begin soon Robert Halsey who has been looking after his farming interests tor the past two weeks went to sawing for Shackelford Pros Mon day lJ B Littlfypf in has beenlu this section Jj g sheep Ho bought a nice bunch from Geo Buchanan Harry Isaac and Hiram SwangoC Loveland the man who bought the Hurst boundary of tim ber on the head of Stillwater was here Saturday looking after the interest ofhis wdrk InIdialJapanied by his son is visiting rela tiyes and friends in this section They will remain here about two weeksJoel Gevedon visited J M Tes ter Sunday morning and on his way backstopped and took dinner with the family E T Kash and best of all subscribed for the THE HERALD June 21 ANON A Thrilling Rescue ChenyWusbtrightfuldeathA hard cold he writes brought on a desperate lung trouble that baflled an expert doctor here Then I paid 10 to 15 a visit to a lung specialist in Spokane who did not help me Then I went to Cali fornia but without benefit At last I used Dr Kings New Discov cry which completely cured me and now Iam as well as ever For lung trouble bronchitis cough and colds asthma croup and whooping cough its supreme 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guar anteed by all dealer- sSTAMPER BRANCH Aunt Rosaline Stamper is on the sick list Corn hoeing is the order of the day at this place Misses Lillie and Julia Stamper went to Trent Saturday babyEllaJames Stamper made a business trip to Holeohawa Friday Born to the wife of Kellie Rat lilVo Friday June 18 a boy Ed and Mallie Nickell were guests ot Miss July Stamper Sunday Mrs Pollie Ratcliffe was a guest of Mrs Lou Stamper Saturday Fred Stamper was a guest of George Brooks Saturday night Fred Stamper sold to Taylor Hatton a wagon and team for 875 George Brooks visited his moth er Malissa Brooks one day last wook Honry Brooks was a guoatof his f I tJ brother George Brooks Th rsday nightMrs Laura Stamper was a guest of Mrs Lou Stamper Sa urday eveningOra the little daughter ir Mr and Mrs George Brooks the sick list Mary Coldiron was visiting her sister Frances Stamper of last week fartJ Eliza Stamper visited her pV rents Mr and Mrs Jnbilo I hil lipa Sunday David Coldiron was visitin his sister Mrs Frances Stamper one day recently Quite a crowd passed thi ugh this section Sunday en rou e to Laurel church Carl and Blaine Trent wore vie iting their uncle George H dy Saturday night Owen Coldiron was a of his daughter Mrs Frau n per Sunday last Walter Hollon and Troy Stam per were guests of Mrs Mort Stam per Friday night Leslie and Charlie Stamper were guests of their sister Mrs annie Brooks Saturday night James Stamper is ha vesting wheat this week and it is tfie finest that ever grew in them ntains all say Drew Stamper and wif attend ed the burial of the lattere oth er Jeff Phillips who died T urs day of consumption James Cox passed througft this section Sunday en route hom from Lacy creek where he had bpeu to take his moth inlaw Mrs Byrd Vance Arr fLickI er- Magoflin cr id B r of Camptou BI rer wit tv s SUuQer from Itc M Le dayJames Stamper n mily Mr Arnett and Mr Baker were enter tained at the home of Fred and Leslie Stamper Monday night with fine music Among those from this section that attended church at Laurel Sunday were Fred James Ed and Miss July Stamper Vance Arnett and Bee Cox Quite a crowd was entertained at the home of Miss Lillie Stam per Sunday evening Among them were Fred Ed and Miss July Stam per Vance Arnett and Bee Cox June 21 SPRINGTIME 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 all dealer- sSTILLWArER Valentine Brewer last week sold a yoke of work steers for 00 to a Mr Chenault Twentyfive took in the June examination at Campton last Satur day Bruce Rose and Henrv Hel ton assisted Superintendent W H Chambers as members of the board Boone Stamper who was last week arrested for moonshining by Deputy U S Marshall Patrickand taken to Jackson for trial was bound over to the September term of U S court Revs Sam Rose Taylor Hatton and Boone Center preached at Lau rel Sunday There must have been 25 or 80 men and boys present who were drunk or drinking and their conduct was very bad but no seri ous trouble occured Last Thursday night as J H Reeves and sun were on the tower drilling on the Brewer farm the stem and bit got stuck at a depth of adout 400 feet and drilling had to be suspended until tools can be brought to fish out the last ones The following took dinner with your correseoudeut last Suiiday Misses Sarah and Maggie Combs and Myrtle Beasley and Messrs Henry Buchanan James Tester and Kelly and Jesse Rose and all participated in trying to hive a gotIaway June 21 DOMINGO 1I The fools are not all dtiad yet willibe TRENT throughthisSim Hall and wife of Hazel Green visited Tom Hall and fam ily over Snnday Several from Stillwater Sand field and Bethel attended church at this place Sunday Revs Boone Center and Sam Rose preached good sermons to a large congregation here Sunday Mrs Lizzie Combs and children Lacy creek were visiting her fa ther J H Campbell Saturday Miss Susie Fern Taulbee of Con solation was visiting her uncle J H Barker and family from Sat urday until Monday Mrs John W Maloney accompanied by her two children of then g branch visited her father J D Edwards and family Saturday and Sunday Thos from Hazel Green who at tended church at this place Sunday were Rev Boone Center and four daughters Carrie Nancy Nora and MayOenteri There was quite a large crowd delightedly entertained at the home of Misses Nannie and Dorcas Bar ker Sunday afternoon Among them we noticed Misses Laura and Ida Beasley and Eva OHair j Messrs Enard Trent George Cul bertson Joe Beasley Edgar Ed wards and Henry Vancleave All reported an enjoyable time June 21 SUNFLOWER Women Who Are Envied Those attractive women who are lovely in face form and temper mightbeman will be nervous and irritable Co tipon or kidney poisons shv i moles blotches skin complexion ters work wonders They regulate stomach liver and kidneys purify the blood i give strong nc yes bright eyes pure breath nith velvety skin lovely come i on Many charming women on eir health and beauty to them SOc aball dealersI 1 BONNY D G Henry is confined to J1j broom with rheumatism I Asa B the little son of PV Pieratt is on the sick list Asa Henry is at West T o1 this week having some dente x r done j Aunt Phoeba Yocum visiten her daughter Mrs A B Lovolojte re centlyII Jim Yocum and Asa Murphy purchased fine bunch of cattle from 0 P Carter Mrs Henry Vest whose illness was mentioned some time ago is improving slowly placeSundaybaptizedbyJ L Henry and daughter Lula are visiting his daughter Mrs Q G Armstrong at Prestonsburg Bob the little son of Frank Hughes and wife was drowned in a tab of water one day last day Ebb Henry and wife spent Sat urday night with Dennie Henry and wife at Flatwoods and at PeggyFugateJune 21 BLUE EYES CONSOLATION Floyd Rose and wife of Ezel visited here part of last wiek John Barker of Trent was in this vicinity a few days since SwangoSpringily part of last week There will be church at this JulyEverybody Mrs Taylor Center and Miss Mollie Coldiron of Hazel Green spent Saturday with Mrs Arlie CecilMr and Mrs Andy Toliver of Nanny visited their daughter Mrs Arlie Cecil of this place part of last week June 21 Sox This may be a just world but just now too much attention is paid to the sweet girl graduate and not enough to the woman who has to cook in this hot weather 1 CANNELCITY Mrs Tones of White Oak re homejust visitingMcKinzeyMisses Effie and Mollie KilgoreI J visited Mrs Casket at West Lib I arty Saturday and Sunday Lexingtothas WillieMaeMrs Lulu Lykins and family are spending the week witht jeer SI- Ster Mrs Stacy on Stacy fork J D Whitaker jad Francis Ly kins have been yniting relatieea at Cauey the past few days Frank Vaughn has moved to Huntington W Va where he hasracc- epted a poi itiou ua conductor on a street car at that place June 21 ETHEL Trouble Maters Ousted When a sufferer from stomach trouble takes Dr Kings Ney Life Pills hes mighty glad to see dys pepsia and indigestion fly but more hes tickled over his new fine appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all because stomach liver and kidneys now work tight 25c at all dealers 1 IN4KC Floyd Arnet was here last week on bi i J C Terri Cannel City was here Frid i DUBUIEBS Mr and M Tohn Bailey visi ed relativelJJ1yracently A B Pr of Salyersvili passed thrc u hero Saturday ens route home I Rev Andy Crase and Howard Bach were At Caunel City Satur day on b mess Tha Jo this section are ve rid with their workIon at iol irh ain Mion f of the r llutifLI rs in t1ta sect 4tif I Watson and Peter Wages WHO have been staying in West Virginia for the past three months returned home Saturday urr Harlan Murphy the well k sinister of Grassy creokI r ed one of the most iotereat UD sermons at this place Sunday ut have heard for dome time Ve would be glad to have him preach for ire every opportunity June 21 NAT HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any cue of Catarrh that can not bM cured by lIaUsCatarrhCureF Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last IS years and believe him perfectly honorable in all builuem transactions and fjuananclally able1 tor carry out any obligations Wade by his firm WALPINO KiNNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is takeu internally acting directly upon the bjgodnd mucous surfaces of the system Testimonial sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by DruggistsTake Family Pills for constipation MURPHY FORK Mrs Lizzie Cecil is on the sick list at this writing I Bob Murphy took 219 sheep and 40head of cattle tOrthe Mt Sterling market kingleftqO1ntytoLast week Ben Murphy sold to Jim Wilson of Daysboro 40 head of bucks Price private villagetookGrassy Creek church Sunday D W Vest of BonnYI and Miss spentSundayphy Jeff Phillips who has been suf- feringnearlyayearwithconeump tion died last Thursday and was buried Friday at the Holderby graveyard Dr Harry Murphy left last week for the cliffs of Beaver creek Also to Bath county toget roots barks and other weeds focbotani cal purposes June 21 POET Youll do the right thing if you stop growling at an imaginary wrong F r 4 r t 4 Ii foc cl r tr at Q 1 + f JII Ij I 0 JiItIltl- ty = 11 s ssfin1k4RI o +EntrelltUbe IIaael G eenPoat- of9aeaueeondplaeamutter SPENCER COOPER Editor L HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Juno 24 IflOO WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTOR 0I CIRCUIT COURT a jWOLFECommonwealths Clerk Judge- S Attorney Monday in January first Monday In May third Monday in Septan ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CKNTKB Judge AtturneyRODEItT Meets first Monday In each mouths J WOLFE FISCAL COURT r rMeetsfirst Tuesday in April first Tue t + day MAGISTRATES COURTS i District No IC M Fallen third Friday in March June September and Decen ti ber District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and No vemberk 3s F Allen second Friday in February May August and November District No iP ft Legg first Friday iIn March May August and November District No 5T C Uollon second Fr day in March June September and December District No V Hoy Hurst third Friday 1In February lay August nUll November District No I 7i 1 lleltou fourth Irday iu March June September and December District No 8J M Lovelace first Friday in February May August and Nc Teuibr DEM CRAFJIC TICKS IWOUFE COUNTY N For Comity Judge W B DUFF For Court Clerk If L CARROLL J For Circuit Court ClerkJ C LINDON SheriffQEOKGE tfSALLhV For County AttorneyS 0 SAMPLE I For Assessor J T CENTER For JatlerJ C1 L17TLE 1 For Co Superintendent W TAULBE For Surveyor E CREECH For CoronerJ sfRANK SAMPLE r t MORCAN COUNTY For Circuit Judge 32nd district jtJ B HANNAlit IL For Commonwealths Attorney 32nd DUtrict JOHN it WAUGH r For County JudgtI C FERGUSON For County AUorntyJ P HANE For County ClekJ H SEBASTIAN For Superintendent T N BARKER TorClrcuit ClerkR M OAKLE For SherltllI B BROWN For JaUerJI C COMB For AaeeasorWHIr KWJPLI lor CoronerzACH WANE For SurveyorM P T JRNE f I WITH the issue this week THE TwentyJand present proprietor If seem ing egotism may be excused we t are indeed proud of the record Few indeed are tho country pat pare which last so long under the i initial management even in towns l of far greater importance than Ha sal Green and when it is consid Bred that for twelve at least off the twentyfour years we were 2f miles from a railroad with miser f able mud thoroughfares connect- ingw our sticking qualities may be 1appreciated With the building Union now the L E we were brought a little closer to the marts of the world and when the 0 Kcame into existence we were placed within I pix miles of rail transportation But now even it is going all r around Robin Hoods barn to roach us or get away and with our knowledge of humanity wo feel safe in the assertion that but few would have held on with the same tenacity we have displayed With an disadvantages bad roads sick ness and sometimes misconnecting railroad trains we have missed on ly seventeen issues During the time many offers to remove have been made to us but always we leave entertained a love for the people and declined Whether we live to complete the quarter cell + tury is beyond our ken but we can conscientiouslysay that we have stuck to the puncheon and been faithful to the trust Has our con stituency been as faithful Think tgood people and help us make th- eIr twentyfifth the banner year of THE HERALDS existence Lie The legislature should pass a e law providing punishment for men ta who grumble without reason Peo pleartired of unreasonable grum t biers whiners and howlera iIi I i I j Stretchmgthe imagination wont 1 I make boWendfl moot M i n I OPEN LETTER To All Ministers ll Kentucky Second Whirlwind Cam pain The second Whirlwind Campaign for public education in Kentuck will be conduoted from Monday Juhe 28 to and including Saturday July 8 The ontire stat will be excoptionolIj ingII am asking you to have a vita part in the campaign for tho schools need is great To this end I designate Sunday June 21 to be Public School Sundayan I ask that every clergyman in tlI Commonwealth minister pastor rector preacher or whatever hiB title may bewill deliver on this day in his own church at leas one address on Public Educatio in KentuckyI your churches wil be especially decorated that spec ial music will be rcudered that all the children will be invited to be present and especially that you will invite the parents and the business and professional men of the community It seems to me that you could do no better servIce to your church to your communi ty and to society than to partici pate enthusiastically thus in this educational campaign The regular speakers will begin their active work Monday June 28 Fach county will have a spec ial Rally Day an allday open air meeting with an additional special speaker for the occasion The campaign is booming the fight is on the reports aro mor than encouraging Remomber our slogan For the Boys and Girl and the Commonwealth I For an advance educatioun movement in Keutucky Now I am Very truly yoursJ CRADC- ESuperintendent The Whirlwind Campaign It is often stated with much em phasie that Kentucky does mor for public schools than any othe state save three or four This iis held up to the people of the stat as the whole truth j but the state ment is only a part of the truth and as a whole is very false Fron the state treasurer she does more than any other state except three or four j but from all sources the amount she gives is far down in the list Massachusetts has about the Dame population as Kentucky As a state from the State Treas ury Kentucky gives far more to her schools than does Massachu setts j but from all sources Mas Pachusetts gives far more than t Kentucky For every dollar that Kentucky paya her public schools Massachusetts pays 617 and up on the same basis Ohio pays 5S from all sources These statistics are from the latest report from tha Bereau of Education at Wash mgtonWhat is the result in such in equality educational advantages in these states The result is that a vast majority of the best paid educational positions in Kentucky are held by persons from other states Threshing machines mow ing machines more than 50 per cent of the wagons used in the state and many other items of manufactured goods are purchased from the very status that pay this increased amount for public edu cation Yet we havo all the means at hand for producing these things save two namely education and enterprise which emanates from it This only hints at the conditions that really exist We do not mean that we should put up a Chinese wall of exclusion but we mean that Kentucky should be able to send out her influence as well as to receive from other states We re frain from paying school taxes to the exceedingly great misfortune of our boys and girls If Kentucky hopes to meet the requirements of civilization in the twentieth cen tury she must prepare her citizens for that work All revolutions all betterment of the people in civilization must come from the enlightenment and training of the mind of the citizen There is no other way to meet the demand of better and more noble things The laws of nature are immutable There are no officers who can pardon from the operation of her laws lhe individual must meet and must reap that which he had sown Spend Millions for Mud America leads the world in the roduOtiou of mudnot cheap ow grade mud but mud of very expensive quality Our mud is not packed in neat boxes and labeled Made in America and irotectod by the tariff duties rom the pauper mud of Europe It is spread out thickly over mil ions of miles of our country roadsIOnly nun milt of 14 of Amen t I casi roads can bo said to be roan Improve Tho rest are mud deop narrow streaks of sticky oozy mud says Success The far mer fights with mud when he takes his load to market It iis said to cost him 25 cents a ton per mile to haul his produce while tho thrifty Frenchman on mud loss roads done it for half as mudh Tho American pays for his mud in decreased profits in hard labor in poorer schools j his I wifopays in isolation and loneli ness Nor is tho farmer tho only out who pays tho mud tax 1ho cIty man who thinks he is buying eggs is also buying mud Mud puts its price upon our bread our meat and our fuel Three hundred mil lion dollars a year is the estimat ed cost of muddy roads We car thinkof no way in which our peo pie could get loss fun for the sami IMuey America has no better citizens than those who are assem tiling this year in Baltimore am Washington in the national good rords congress to protest agains the mud tax Senator Hargis Buys Real Estate Jackson Juno 180ne of thi largest real estate deals in this sectibu for years was effected here yesterday morning between Floyd Day nd Senator A H Hargis Senator Hargis purchased from Mr I ay and his sister Mrs Lot Ellen Hargis widow of the late Judge James Hargis the whole of what s known as the Hargis prop- erlY lonsisting of two large bricl busin ss houses fronting on Mail Stre the Hargis livery stable the rlfiidence of Mrs Hargis ant about seven acres of land lying back Jf these buildings and front tog oti Main and Court Streets am reaching back of these building and on Main and Courfm frontingreaching to the river Tbs property together with the hduses and lots already owned by Senator Hargis adjoining that juss purchased makes him easily the largest real estate holder in JacksonTae brick buildings are regarded as the best general store buildings in this end of the State The one known as the Hargis De partment Store will be used by Mr Day as a general wholesah and retail store he hvuif recent ly purchased from Mrs Lou Ellen Hargis the stock of merchaudisi at a cost of 85000 The whole deal is said to have involved 05000 As regards the sale of the real estate Mr Day was acting principally as trustee for his sister Mrs Hargis who1found it necessary to sell this consider able portion of her property for the purpose of settling Judge Han gis estate We Want The Orphans v The Highland Orphans Home at Clay City is ready for the or phan girls in the mountains It is a large three story brick house beautifully situated at Clay City It is owned by the Soul Winners and is supported by the good peo ple everywhere Orphan girls be tween the ages of five and thirteen will be received if eligible We hope to take the boys later Be fore they are sent we want to know the name age character etc On ly those who have neither father nor mother will be received at present We request those who have such a child to write to Rev E O Querrant Wilmpre Ky Al so will thank all ministers and county officers to give information us to any such children The home will clothe educate and care for such children for His sake who loves them There is not a better home in Kentucky Write at once to Dr Edward 0 Guerrant Wilmore Ky Every father and mother in tLe state should attend the meetings- of the second Whirlwind flam puign for better education in Kentucky They should be made to real that they and their children arc eternally disgraced if thoy fail to attend the public school The onchers are proud to continue in their work from year to year because they are looked up to and counted as somebody in the community One of the solutions of our probe lem of illiteracy in the State of Kentucky can be found in more pride in our public schools In many places the public school is looked upon as a charitable insti utiou and people give to it like they would give to a pauper Build lionises that the whole community will foe proud of Every teacher will want to reo turn o her school for a secQud term md to make sure of her position the will take a term in the State tformlal School The county should I thoII IA einly woman tries to drive a nano advise one loads him f I w t a7rl SHERIFFS SALE 0By virtue of an execution No 1509 directed to me which issued from the clerks office of the Wolfe Circuit court in favor of Wm Hobbs against Jesse Townsend I or one of my deputies will onMONDAY the 5th Day of JULY 1909 between the hours of 1 oclock p m and 4 oclock p m at the court house door in Campton Wolfe county Kv e- to public sale to the highest bidder thi following property or so much thereo I plulnUtJsdebtOne tract of laud boundedand de pcribcd as follows towit Beginning at the water fulls of the branch at the road near where J C Gil ley lived thence running eastward 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 De Una Arnettf 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 the old field fence southwardly to the point or spur to a yellow pine tree thence with said ridge or spur southwest to a small black oak at or near the road that leads up to Mrs Bowmans thence withsaid road southeastwardly to the beginning Levied on as the property of Jew TownsendTermsSale will be made on a credit of six months the purchaser to execute bond with approved security to have the force and effect of a replevin bond Witness my hand this 14th day of June 1909 J W COX Sheriff of Wolfe Couney By WALTEK OLIVER D S To aelsolfe Go 0- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 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 to settle promptly with the County and State and I must look to you to pay your taxes promptly If payment is not duly made proper steps will be taken t enforce payment so see me or one of my duly authorized deputies and pay AT ONCE This will save you costs and me trouble Very res yoursJ Sheriff Farm for Sale 0Farm of 100 acres 30 acres in timber balance in grass and cultivation any rocks all fenced and cross fence everlasting fine water plenty of good fruits curroom house cellar outbuild logs Twentyfive acres of tobacco land if put in tobacco vouVi ply tautho4ajup the first year Close to town good schools and churches Price reservIng five acres part of white is in ginseng 2000 Write J HMrzE Vaughns Mill Ky THE VERY BEST 4 Have any of our readers seen are xnt copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy If for no other pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things hat tend to make life prosperous md home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improvements and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a japer that exactly fits needs of a amily and a material aid to father nother and children in reaching hat higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supreme Father obtains ample information hat guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the ncome from his efforts The nether in management of household affairs practical economy government of children and other luties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to mulate all that is helpful in plan ng for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being thatIAs ire our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a nonsectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student astor Chas T Russell a forcible eminder of the spiritual and temporal rewards gained by righteous Lying as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unanimous verdict of 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la your AlerSdootor uy- As It we how make our new Hair Vigor iit does not have the slightest effect upon the color of the hair You may use iit freely and for any length of time with s StopsfallingMidi by th f O herCo Lowell Mot THE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTS ROXA KOLA Mrs Charley Hurt and son Wil lie spent from Friday until Mon day at Torrent Mrs Elkins nee Miss Mollie Haney of Cincinnati is visitin- ii his sister Mrs Will Clark Children Cry FOR FLETC- NERSCASTOR IA Misses Hattie Wheoler Mabel May and Mrs H M lluBsell took county examinations at West Lib erty For SaleA Victor graphophone with 30 records will be sold for less than the cost of the records Apply at this office Misses Pearl Troy and May Wil li ms and Dr Laird attended the opttfSiig ball at L Park Hotel at Torrent Friday night Bro Ragan assisted by Bro Webber of Mt Sterling will begin a series of meetings at the Methodist church WednesdayJu t ly I4eD W Vest of Kzol was in town calling on friends and toolcocca- Sion to make a call at THE HERALD office and advance his subscription another year Mrs Henry Cecil and daughters Dessio and Altona returned homo Sunday from a two weeks visit with Mrs Cecils father A B Swango at Means There was a game of ball played Saturday last between the Salem nuns and the Murphy fork team on the Murphy fork grounds the score being 19 to 18 in favor of Salem Dr Taylor Center reports the birth of a boy to the wife of Will Havens of Grassy SaturdayJune r 19alsoj to the wife of Hennricks Elam of Grassy a girl Monday June 21- Mrs George Wheeler left Mon day for an indefinite visit to her old home near Frankfort where she is to moot her sistor Miss hot 4 IttioYarbrough recently from Tam pa Fla Supt Chambers and the school boariof Wolfe county will moot iatCttVppton tho first Monday in July to ratify tho purchase of the Wesleyan Academy building at i t CamptonMarried at the rosidonce of the brides parents Sam Brown andI wife of The Calabooso Monday June 21 Miss Florence Rose and t Brown Rev Frank Agar1ii Taylor ii performing the ceremony A house on Little Canoy in Mor t i gan county the property of Tom i M Havens and occupied by Az Dennis a short time resident of I Hazel Green was burned Sutuldacc with all of Dennis belongings I tMrs Nannie Kash who spout the winter in Florida has tho thanks of the I dltoraud his better voiio1 a nice lot of l11 Bay the Gulf Atlantic ocean torday for Mt Jon where she 1081Dr Masoi Death of Jon W Cravfen John W Craven who has been a citizen of this town for 26 years died at his home Monday morning at 030 oclock of consumption complicated with liver and kidney trouble Deceased leaves a wife and four children all of whom were by his first wife who was Miss Fanny Thompson JHe was married three timos his second wife being Mrs Nannie Kash of our town aud his last ore Mrs Anna Hall whose maids name was Elkins Thus it willJeseen that he married in successi in Fannie Nannie and Annie The re mains were taken to Mt Sterling for burial as he requests to be laid by the side of his fir4t wife andalso that when his last wife dies she shall be buried qn the other side of him His second wife who was divorced from him still survives him and live in our town Ho was a member Iof the American Woodmen in which he had a policy of 2000 a tuber tof Mizpah lodge No 507 f A M and of Hazel Green idge of Odd Fellows The two Ilnfbr had charge of the two from each burialervie the HgRase and John Ward of tKu for mer and Mitch Campbell and Boone Center of the latter I Says Its Bad Arlthmel- Mr c Editor I find the following item from Lacy Creek in HERALD of Tune 10 signed Bertie v I rMort Elkins the lucky sher man has given up the idea m f fish iug any more He thinks birrelr hunting is more he killed 5 squirrels an avdrage of It per profitablefsIi I May I inquire etio Bertie uses in calculating srfuirrel problems Or is it the roJt of editorial Yours New figgerinjjj I ON Its OU Ji I time worn and type tired in igeiit compositor An Useful Invention James 11 Tibbs of our own has been granted a patent on an automatic oiler for buggies hacks automobiles etc and to1 grtaso wagons The device as described in the patent offico report is a per fect machine and from the description of it there is no posable chance for it to fail in doing its work properly aud if he will put it in the hands of some competent party he will doubtless male a handsome iortuuo out of its tale to some manufacturing compuny and get a royalty besides I Sign Your Name f An unsigned communiaatio was received this week in which was enclosed several clippings tieri from one of our correspondents which the writer claims are un oor11espondenta class of items sent in and if any mistatements are made they will gladly be corrected if the injaried parties will let them solve1 be known and show wherein the cor respondent was wrong Sunday School Picnic The young people of Salem Hun day school will give a picnic in the grove at Salem church Sunday the 4thof July The progiam will include recitations orations dec lamations songs etc Diviner on the ground will be a feature of the occasion and it is hoped all well behaved pooplo will attend There will bo a game of baseball tho Sat urday afternoon before between Lee City and Salem V Mitch Campbell one of ouilut irons a few days since was I H rd- to I inquire the whereabouts of en ry Garrison who is agent r a company that enlarges pict es When asked whose picture he vas going to have enlarged he repl ld No ones but I have just bo jht a 24pound sack of flour nd thought maybe ho could enl rgo it Cupid has a reputation foil DO ing innocent but he is s trt enough not to establish a cnl in ofallowiuglovers to bo ma ud vi obation DrigRri the grocery drummer for Curry Tunis Norwood was in town yesterday Elder 11 V Roberts preached at Old Grassy Sunday June 20 andsays there was a large and en thusiastic congregation present Mrs Maud Cecil has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a half gallon of nice honey which was received yoster day The stories your enemies tell on you cant hurt you much People know they have it in for you It is the things your friends tell on yon that do the damage Charley Sample attended court at Mt Sterling Monday and traded a sixyearold dun colored mare for an eightyear old bay saddle horse with boot on the side John M Rose attended the cat tle market at Mt Sterling Monday and reports prices some better than at last court At any rate many changed hands at fairly good prices By the aid of a country barber many a man has acquired a fore head that is bounded in front by his eyebrows on the sides by his ears and in the rear by his col lar button Sam Wilson has been on the sick list having had an attack of chills and suffering with an acute stom ach trouble At present he is all right agaiq and decorating the new additions at Rittenhouse Ranch If you want a fine razorr as good as you can buy for 2call this at office and got one for 1 We also have a few watches good time keepers that can be had for 1 each Dont wait until supply is gone Jeff Phillips who had been sick for several months died at the home of his father Jahile Phil lips of Public Square June 17 aged 26 years less seven davsHe was buried Friday at the Holderby graveyard Mrs Belle Godsey who has been visiting relatives and friends at Frankfort returned Tuesday even ing accompanied by her niece Miss Rotie McBee of Frankfort who will visit her for an indefinite time I Granny Combs who has been living on Grassy near Oscar Ce cils for several years past where she has raised a family of four grandchildren Monday moved to Pine Ridge where she will make her home with her daughter Mrs John White formerly Mrs Harvey Ohenault The Democrats of Breathitt county met in convention at Jack son last Monday and nominated the following county ticket J W Hagins for county judge W H Blanton county attorney Thomas Hudson sheriff W B Card well circuit clerk j Alfred Russell county clerk Wesley Turner jail er W J Landrum assessor G R Allen for surveyor Fairs in Kentucky- So far as we can learn the fairs ached tiled for Kentucky during the present year are as followa- Georgetown July 27 to 31 Winchester August 3 to 6 Madlsonville August 3 to 7 Danville August 1 to 7 BLUE GRASS PAIR Lexington August 9 to 14 Taylorsville August 10 to 13 Uniontown Angust 10 to 14 Harrodnburg August 12 to 14 Urodhend August 17 to 20 Leitchfield August 17 to 20 Uarboursvllle August 18 to 20 Shepherdsville Angust 18 to 20 Ewing August 19 to 21 Shelbyville August 24 to 28 Florence August 25 to 28 London August 2b to 28 Springfield August 25 to 28 Frankfort August 31 to September 2 Hardlnshurg Aug 31 to Sept 2 Uardstown September 1 to 4 Tompldnsville September 1 to 4 Fern Creek September 1 to 5 ScottHville September 2 to 4 Hodgeuville September 7 to 9 Monticello September 7 to 10 Paris September 7 to 11 Glasgow September 8 to 11 Scottsburg September 13 to 17 STATE FAIR Louisville Sept13 to 18 ScotUville September 16 to 18 Falmouth September 29 to October 2 Bedford OctoberttQ2j I 1 KENTU Carefully I Governor tnation revol issued prior t In a hero- runawayhor Gore 50 yea to death During u Russell Hot rick a lumb suffocationBy burglars enti Skirt compar away over 5 Deputy II accidentallyBeard leycounjv Bro- manUal connect tute at- State structici mas for- schoob o number sigu Tbecounty j has appointed prominent men to aud make two more and two more vote pre Mrs Ed Compton said i somest woman in Livingston c badly disfigured for life when brow which she was aiding her hu in lifting fell on her lascerating face badly The directors of the Montgomery coun ty fair selected the dates of Aagust 31 to September 4 for the purpose of bold ilugg their first fair Much interest is be InK manifested and the fair promises to be a success Miss Louise Cook a Louisville sales lady tried to speak to a customer and found she could not utter a sound and fell in a faint Physicians sold the yocal chords were paralysed but that she may recover her voice State Inspector M L Thatcher has sent out Iletter to all countyclerka in forming them as to their duties in col lecties taxes from circuses The law provides tnatia circus shall pay 1 for each 100 nersonsMn the city where the show is exhibiting Striped suits will no longer be worn bycqnyic s in the Frankfort penitentiary except in cases of mean dangerous and violent piisoners A suitof gray clothes will be w rn by the deserving ones but when the become refractory they will be clothed in stripes again One yeat for each turkeywan the sen tence han ed out to Edward Bowles who was convii ted in the Jefferson court for stealing tree turkeys from a neighbor His wife who sat by his side fainted when sent nce was passed and had to be carried fro a the court room The nea teat punishment ever meted out in tht Police court in Louisville was last wsek when Jamea Moran was found guilty of detaining a little girl Five separate charges were heard and the judge one year in the work house on each charge The eajblinI jury impanelled to of Ed Callahan in failed to return any indictments and the suspects Elisha Smith and Levi Johnson were held over to the lAX regular term of Breathilt Circuit court Callahan is slowly re coveringWhile playing ball in theState House yard in Frankfort William Lyon chief clerk to Secretary of State Bruner col lided with a spectator and broke the arch of his cheek bone fractured several ribs and sustained serious internal injuries The spectator had several teeth knocked out and received other injuries Both men were knockid unconscious Miss Lizzie Q Haldeman youngest daughter of Yf B Haldeman chief edi tor of the Louisville Times last week succumbed town operation for appendi citis in Paris France Her sudden de a raise caused quite a shock to the family and her many Kentucky friends She was well known throughout the state as a charming lady and bore the sobriquet of Sunbeam A fiveyearold son of Mrs Samuel Scott of Muhlenberg county threatened to jump into the well if his mother whip ped him for a mischievous act She administered I the spanking and the boy tied In a few minutes she heard a scream and running to the well she saw the boys head floating just above the J w ater His hfel ss batty was taken from the well his nick having been broken in the full For SalejTwo of tho Pieratt cottages for oss than the lumber and lot can to bought Ono acre in each IntH five rooms in each house Ap ly at tltico L 41 Announce t ii LADIESdi Fine Clothing Hats Jut and that their general line embraces fineDress Goc SELECT FAMILY GEOCEi to which they Invitelnsp ctlonJ1 CECIL BRfS Dealers in General Merchandise Country Produce tc Our stock of Spring and Summer Goods is complete All the latest styles in Dress Goods and Linen CALICOESat 5 Cents a Yard OUR FINE LINE OFii SHOES and OXFORDSare uptodate and will astonish you If You Dont See What You Want Call For It Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new st ock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers s Hardware c and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES specialty We have them in all the varied styles and quality for WOMEN AND MEN and sell them at the lowest margin of profit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes- of 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 KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery run tieotOILSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES I I GUAEANT OED SATISFAOTOIL- oI KOmB7n1l1S L6C ityIumiaRIc doG teeerybodry I L- N6ad wn sb66w1 the tondna ttk6tednd bow t ANDnloob slinpt wit pl- i copy 4e If you atm i CsHQ IIIIeertht lyprlrecontriteIii r e- trhldim queitlw ettd 8- II you nun Amerlcan61kwn a I I I I I r J iii If f II J w- Ve a o1jnebber1 teed 4 rs ba times you cant tell him j1l11gsJcould a real tatothet sle adde sadly 1Ando real er went away1 When youre ve ungY No she nt y Nor + re Rr Tptusled note In K pest I voice 1 t correctedtYes sbedlIgb out Ob an accident Douglas under Jtabout 1tPoUyr- a18ed herself oiij her elbow and ookod at hlm solemnly as though bout to impart a bit of forbidden jam y Oy hlstoryj It was this look In the j round eye that had made Jim BO often declare that the kid know everything I Why mother da peen ashamed If hed V knowed how she wound up She was the best rider of her Ume u everybody says sobut she cubed In r by Tallin off a skate what didnt have no more ginger ran a kitten If you can beat thatl She gazed at him her lips pressed tightly together expecting some startling ex 11ltb of wonder your lather Douglas asked r lamely beIng at a loss for any Adequate comment upon a tragedy which the chlM before him was too desolate even to understand Oh dads finish was all right He got hlsn Ja a lions edge where he II IIWorked There was nothln slow about his end She looked up for his ape proval f For de Lords 4 akeTr Mandy groaned asthe wonder of the childs conversation grew upon her An now IM down tin out Polly concluded with a sigh 1 t But this ii nothing serious said ihI pastor trying to cheer her fIts edou enough with a whole J show adependln on you Maybe you II dont know how It feels to have to 1 j tknock oil work j Oh yes I do Douglas answered quickly I was 111 a whUe ago myself I had to be In bed day after day thinking of dozens of things that I ought tot be doing r Was you ever floored Polly asked P with a touch of unbelief as she studied I the fine healthy physique at the side of her bed H Deed he was chile Mandy cried + leettng that her opportunity had now armed tan I had the wors time akMpln him In bed He act jes like r you did DId hej l Polly was delighted to find that the pastor had nothln on her Ii she would have put It You ought to have heard him- I r continued Mandy made eloquent by I tPolys show of Interest What will r i fdose poor folks dor he kept asayln I fi y IJJes yo lay where yo Is I tele him 0 jADem poor folks will be better off dan 5dey SEE wd be acpmln to ypah fa L esUonedlInt We are ali ay from eP1 q think of wo p2 d irg- d lot em rise In ass u He won e If this might rather Indifferent Lf l them the same stuff or have y fqt a rep Arei he repeated In surprise rr Sure vepertor different actsenv trIeS pome callaem Uncle Tobys got twentyseven entries It makes a heap of difference Iii the big towns where you hate a runt Ob I understandI Douglas answer ed In a tone of relief Well I try to say something new each Sunday What kind of spiels do you give emy she Inquired with growing Inv terestI to help my people to get on better terms with themselves and to forget their week day troubles He had never had occasion to define his ef forts HO minutely Well thafs jsthe same as us Polly told him with an air of conde scenston 4 only circuses draws more people an churches Yours does seem to be a more popular form of entertainment Douglas answered dryly He was beginning to feel that there were many tricks In the entertainment trade which he had not mastered And after all what was his preaching but an effort at entertain ment Ithe failed to hold his congregation by what he was saying his lis teners grew drowsy and his sermon fell short of Its desired effect It was true that his position and hers had points of similarity She was apparently successful As for himself be could not be sure He knew he tried very hard and that sometimes a tired mother or a sad faced child looked up at him with a smile that made tho service seem worth while Polly Mistook the pastors reverie for envy and her tender heart was quick to find consolation for him You aint got all the worst of It she said If we tried to play a dump I like this for six months wed starve to death You certainly must give em a great show she added surveying him with growing Interest- It doesnt make much difference about the show Douglas began but he was quickly Interrupted Thats right Its Jes the same with a circus One year you give em the rottenest kind of a thing an thor eat It up the next year you hand em a knockout an Its a ffOStIs that the way It Is with a church show Much the same Douglas admitted hall amusedly half regretfully Very often when I work the hardest I seem to do the least good- I guess our troubles is pretty much alike Polly nodded with a motherly air pf ccondescension only there aint so much danger In your act Im not so sure about that he laughedWell you take my tip She leaned forward as though about to Impart a very valuable bit of Information Dont you never go in for rldloI There aint no act on earth so hare as a rldln act The rest of the bunch has got It easy alongside of us Take the fellows on the trapeze They al ways get their tackle up In Jes the same place Take the balancln acts There aint no difference In their lay 1 outs Take any of em as depends on regular props ahd they aint got much chance agoln wrong But say when you have to do a rldln act there aint never no two times alike If your horse is teem good the ground is stumbly If the ground aint on the blink the horse Is wobbly Theres al ways somethln wrong Itnoo aint IIIII never IT somewheresI I 1Pft4 There a N tat does ha Barker mythemnubes tae an her tide of mine sIck of art fly then sat ul balancln know your that Now ntellln you ito anything ag else int Doug e was very once Polly d with new sing her lips omment icstloncd aft out of It I 4 te correct all of ag right laughed interpret I erruPted in 7ou nlng of what w what he told TTclliiou Mke my tip pant you never r go in for rtdln ri ejn but It didnt mean anything to me But Jnaybe your show Is bettern his was she added trying jto aclfy him Douglas was undecided whether to feel amused or grutelort Pollys ever Increasing sympathy Before he could trust his twitching lips to an swer she had put another question to him Are you goIn to do ii s jnt while I am here j I preach every Sunday If thats what you mean I preacli this morn tag Is this Sunday sho asked sitting up with renewed energy ind looking about the room as though everything had changedCOlor Yes J 4 I And yonigotvn matinee she ex claimed Incredulously We have services be corrected gently We rest up on Sundajs she said in a tone of deep commlsratloni r Oh I see ho answered feeling Itr no time to enter upon anther discus slon us to the compnratlTo advantages of their two professions What are you goln to spiel about today f About Ruth and Nnotil Ruth and who Naomi be repeated Naomi she echoed tilting her head from side to side as she listened to the soft cadences of the word I nev er heard that name before It ud look awful swell on a billboard wouldnt It Its a Bible name tones Mandy said pacer to Ret Into the conversation Dars a buful pkture bout her I seed ii- I like to look at plqtures Polly nn swered tentatively Mandy crossed the room to fetch the large Bible with Its steel engravings We got a girl named Ruth In our leap of death stunt Some of the folks Is kinder down on er but I aint J She might have told Douglas moro of her forlorn little friend but Just then Mandy came tothe bed hugging a large old fashioned Bible and Doug Ins helped to place the ponderous book before the invalid See honey dur dey Is the old woman said pointing to the picture of Ruth and Naomi hems crackerjacks aint they Polly gasped and her eyes shone with wonder Which ones Ruth Dls one said Mandy pouting with her thumb Why theyre dressed Just like our chariot drivers What does It say about emYou can read It for yourself Douglas answered gently There was some thing pathetic In the eagerness of the starved Httk mind Well I aint must on readln out 10QiJn she faltered J j rowing sudden conscious of her deft oncles Read it for me will Certainly a drew his chair nearer to youiilne strong hand supported au of the Bible- jaudlhls head near to hers us l tan voice j aoupc 4M tail emu words In which Ruth pleaded so many years IJctoretII Entreat mo not to leave thee he rend or to return from following after thee for whither thou goest I will go and where thou lodgest I will lodge Thy people shall be my people and thy God my God lie stopped to ponder over the poetry of the lines Kind of pretty aint It Polly said softly She felt awkward and con strained and n little overawed beautiful eulthuslnstlcnlly such rung In his eats There are And her eyes opened wide with wonder Yes Indeed he replied pitying more and more the starvation of mind and longln to bring to it floods of light and enrichment I guess Td like to hear you splel and she fell to studying him solemly You would r he asked eagerly Is there any more to that story she nsked ignoring his question Yes indeed Would you read me a little more She was very humble now Where thou dlest will 1 die and there 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