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WI 0 z I1 I GREENll rA kZy o Established March 188S NadelaaeoaetatheBtoryofJoaattlsuaadH OoLtlaeatbyUax0Rell 0 it SFEHCER rand ore1 Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Piper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 I YlulI w- i t n = = n H 1900T1VE NIJDBIIB 1 Lexington and Eastern Railway 4T1iae Table In Eltect June 21 1908 I WEST BOUND I I No t o1 t Dii1 J Dllilyullll lIl1uay STATIONS I 1J1LveAul Sunday lIuuayIy uwJacltsant i UBKJunet Ii 15 IuaI Iuluj uwBCatty4eK15awTorrent45 amJ iH pW y2JCamptnnl am t 4 net Stanton 8 15 aw I LIt Clay EJnncu City 8 Y raalaii I 5 311 U7 1011SH am um 11mii 20 011101 aw Winchester 9 12 i 5 ar 955am j 6115 pmlu2iaw- I l lLextoDI EAST BOUND I iS I INo4 a uuluydSunda PMLre1 I I I AM Lye 1 I 0 7 36 amOLexiugtoar25 pmYOiWiuchester2U S 13 am 2 3S IDtKJuuutioii S JO piu2 4S puil + 3 50 pm 401Clay CityilO J 02 lUllII s 5S pm 44 P44 9 10101tt 4 30 LCaWptoa Juutn 9 38 pm 4 35 1011 57Nat Bridge 57 Y 43 am 47 62 Torreuti62 9 56 am pmj 17 sm 510 pml7U BeattyYcJc17Ui10 Sol I 6 05 pm90 JacksuuI94I11U Sol8 10 pm94 CONNECTIONS Vsv EJUNCTIOX1 rains No + laud t Kniake connection with the C i Olty for MtVerlu8 JUSCTIOofTrains Nos i 2 4 S CAy s and I onutct with the Mouutaiu Central Ry tar Pine lUdge anti Cliwlhm BEATTVVLLK JCMTIUN Trains ML 2 at lleatlvillt III liewill make connection with the L and A Railway for passengers tu and from Keattyville Io Trains XOR 3 anti I- cooutd 0KJtxcwith the 05 K Railway iur local I j stations 011 the 011 K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager CHAM JSCOTTUenPaas Agent 11 I r I 01 XBRliicli Baiiwag 2119051I v lime Table May fWESTBOUND Nu33 SSI IsSiNoll I STATIONS Daily ez- nunday t Daily eL o 2 sunday PM Aaa 01MARa5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 55 ill Helechawa 20 12 19 4 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 NVilhurst 6 11 44 i 3 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 j jEASTI BOUND NoH1 Ssi No 22 Daily ex STATIONS = j Daily ez I y SundaySunday Y AMLva P M Lv j 710 27 Cannel City OJ 1 00- II 7 33 21 Helecliawa ti 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 123 8 24 13 Hampton 13 V 44 8 37 10 Wilhurst 20 1 51 925 l OKJunction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson127 2 30 Noj21 land 22 will make close connectioi at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 fo tnotation the Lexington end Eastern Rail wayM L CONLEY Superintendent mountaiIl GennaI uallIOaa No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 6 00 a m Campton 11 30 a 200p mCamptou 000pmI No2 Nol ARRIVE DEPAIt- ii 7 30 amCampn JunclO 05 am 3 80 pmCampu Junc 4 40 pmI The Mountain Central makes paslonger r SPF BOLING UNDERTAKE Rt CAMPTON KY INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and counties that he carries a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the styleSpecial supplied on 24I hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and backs furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones Ac 4 SEWELL r JO ROS- ENotary I M Public STILLWATER KY Oflen his professional services tocitizeus patrastagevl t OWiceathieteetdeuce on8nlwattin i 7 1 r COUNTY NEWS 1 Local Items tigeneral hfJ01ityially distant fiends LANDSA1II Several of the penlo of this section went to Gillette to church Sunday j Roscoe Sliackelford of Hazel Green passed throllglhere Monday on his way to li mill on Holly Died Monday the + i8th inst Mrs James Buchanan She will be buried at the Buchmin grave yard 10 oclock the aOfc A Miss Sowoll a girl r 1G gave temperance lecture t a large audience at Murphy scbol house lust Sunday She did Mil Charlie Rose of Hazl Green and New Maloney Hqry Mur phy and Andrew Hughes of May town are iu this sectiOl I buying cattle RoberfcHalsey the fader millI man blaiksmith bunter nd be sidesa jdly good follow around will go bck to Shackelf s miUI this weel MissesLizzie Sarah Mngia and Ota Conbs and Ed Biihanan Cleve Clambers Grant Risel W H Taylw slid wife took d nor a- tE1 Kalis Sunday I Joe Laidrum who has wen in IllinoiRtvr some time returned to his famry last week He ays he will retove his family b that place itthe near future A grat deal of sickness in this neighbohood Mrs Ida Burch field MB John Tau I bee th little child ofAndrew Williams w also the litto child of Wm alton have ben very sick during the past wok Hirai Swango and family worn at Laosaw one day last week- i and hoeft with the writer the money or a renewal of his sub scripfio to THE HERALD Ho says thy all like to read it even to the last The bard of trustees for this divisio met at Stillwater Satur day ad elected the following tench01 K M Halsey Hurst school James Tester Murphy W Hiean Landsaw Geo Cen ter Behanan Joe H Gevedon Chamtrs Roscoe Wells Lauiel and Eima Wells Trace June9J ANON See Mother Grow Young overstateathe widerful change in moth er sincshe began to use Electnc Bittenwrites Mrs W IJGil patricl of Danforth Me Al thougipast 70 she seems really to bo groiiig young again She suf fered ctold misery from dyspep taia for years At last she could neitheret drink nor sleep Doc tors gattber up and all remedies failed tillElectric Bitters worked such toiler for health They- invigoattalli vital organs cure liver fodidny troubles induce sleep imfrt strength and appe dealersmNDF LEI D Jolt ClJk and wife were guests SundayTJB MXabb and daughter Maud madt flying trip to Hazel Green Satiay David Milr and wife of Camp tonpaesed rough here Saturday en route fotzel W A Olield and daughter Cordie visith friends near Pom ernyton Satiay and Sunday Mrs LogaJMiirphy and daugh Iter Rqxie Greasy creek were guests of Mr yill Hollon Friday and Saturda J B Mcltb and family qnd Nancy SteH Willie and Kelly Catron attemi a bee robbing at Jas Mrr Saturday night We ouldqe a yone that want to yet to go to Mr Toll ersJlarge from this place at nded torgiven in honor of Mrs reech and Miss theilt BOticed a present Rolf At 41 A c 1 mtnd TO CORRESPONDENTSMail your items early so they will reach our office morningMondayifnot be published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on our aide of the paper only r lie Clark and family Willie Clark and family J J Clark and fami ly Mrs Frances James Misses Maud McNabb and Emma Land rum All the children were present except four Mrs Jce Irgram Mrs Rilda Day and Miss Emma of Hazel Green and Lump who now lives with his brotherinlaw ill Oklahoma June 28 SUSIE Life 100000 Years Ago Scientists have found iir a cave in Switzerland bones of men who lived 100000 years ago when life was in constant danger from wild beasts Today the danger as shown by A W Brown of Alex ander Me id largely from deadly disease If it had not been for Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me I could not havn lived he writes suffering as I did from a severe lung trouble and stubborn cough To cure sore lungs colda obstinate coughs and prevent pneu monia its the best medicine on earth50e and 100 Guaranteed by all dealers Trial bottle fret STAMPER BRANCH John Beasley was in this section one day recently David Coldirou was a guest of Fred Stamper Sunday George Brooks took dinner with L G Stamper Sunday Boone Stamper made a business trip to Campton Monday Farmers are commencing to lay by their corn in this section Edgar Edwards and Joe Beasley were in this section Monday Boone Stamper made a business trip to Hazel Green Saturday Charlie Stamper was a guest of Georgo Brooks Saturday night Miss July Stamper visited Miss Lillie Stamper Saturday night Miss Lillie Stamper went to Ha zl Green shopping one day recent lYeMraLaura Stamper was a guest of Mrs Lou Stamper Monday oven ingHenry Brooks was a guest ot his brother George Saturday of last weekEd Stamper was a guest of Nelson Nickell and family Saturday night Miss Mnl lie Nickell was a guest of Boone Stamper and familv last SundayCampbell Dennis of Maytown was in this section buying sheep MondayLeslie and Charlie Stamper were guests of Henry Brooks on Red river Sunday Bill Childers of Maytown was a guest of Boone Stamper aud fam ily Monday night Mrs Frances Stamper was visit ing her father Owens Coldiron and family Sunday Drew Stamper sold a bunchof sheep to Campbell Dennis Monday but the writer failed to learn the priceMrs Fannie Brooks and two daughters were visiting friends in and around Hazel Green Saturday and Sunday Ned Grigsby and Taylor Eversole stopped over with L G Stamper one night recently while en route from Mt Sterling to their homes in Perry county i Mrs Laura Stamper and daugh ter Miss Lillie Miss July and Ed Stamper attended the meeting on Stillwater Sunday All report a good sermon and large congregation june 28 SPRINGTIME GASTOWAffarlnfiatx I tiii wYi NiriAhNajs IwjM tkel r tc1 INSKO Born to the wife of Pres Bailey on the 20th inst twins a boy an girlMr and Mrs J H Strickland wore at West Liberty last Satur day Shelby Risuer of Grassy visit ed relatives here Satnrday an I SundayMr Mrs J H Risuer visit ed relatives at Nickell Saturday and Sunday Pres Bailey and H J Armstrong made a business trip to Cannel City Saturday A Mr Fugate of Stevenson wasI in this community Sunday Wonder what for MyrtlLindonmeeting here Sunday Mr and Mrs W H Elam visit CaneySaturday Samuel Lykins a guard at the passethroughd t Liberty Mr and Mrs M C Bailey of Jackson have boon visiting rela tives and friends in vicinity for theI past two or three weeks June 28 NAT A Night Riders Raid The worst night riders are calo mel croton oil or aloes pills They raid your bed to rob you of rest Not so with Dr Kings New Life Pills They never distress or in convenience but always cleanse the system curing colds head ache constipation malaria 25c nIl dealers MURPHY FORK Services were held at the Public Square schoolhouse Sunday Rev J He Legg did the preaching Miss Nannie Alice Motley of near Ezel while riding near her home had the misfortune of being thrown from her horse breaking one of her wrists Dr Motley dressed the injured part Mrs Virgie Perkins and brother spentSaturdayMrs Virgie as the guest of Miss Nora Pieratt and Clarence well he went farther up the line The board of school trustees in this district met at Pekin last week and appointed John Murphy as trustee in the Ben Murphy dis trict and employed Miss Mollie Coldiron as teacher fully con vinced that she will give universal satisfactionAn recital came off Sun day at the home of Ben Murphy Among those who played andsung select gems was Mrs Lizzie Cecil who won the honor in some Gill more creek selections Come again Mrs Cecil you are always welcome at the organ It seems that the devil was let loose on the creek Saturday night and heavy artillery firing rout the midnight air After ammunition run out the human battleships moved away and next morning Dr Harry Murphy found that one of his valuable dogs had received a shell or two in the body during the hot old time June 28 POET Tortured On a Horse For ten years couldnt ride a horse without being in torture from piles writes L S Napier of Rug less Ky when all doctors and other remedies failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Infalli ble for piles burns scalds cuts boils fever sores eczema salt rheum corns 25c Guaranteed by all dealers Man has been attending horse races for thousands of years and will probably continue to do so centuries after e automobile shall have been eucceded by some other wonderful invention The horseless age will never appear if its coming is dependent on the automobile or any other inanimate in vention supplanting the horse in the affections of the people The beauty of his limbs his arched neck and quivering nostrils his haughty movemelts all appeal to the eye today even as they did thousands fye6rs ago Men with sufficIent funds to Rtttily their pallahalo end ofw Mu jjx ilT f Found Starving Ii a Ban Lnlda her two children an infant of less than a mouth and twoyearold d boy were found starving today iinj the cow barn of K P Price near citydthe place four days without food County Judge Kirk turnedover mother and infant to Mrs Jane Coffee Matron of the County In byhishereMrs Patrick tells the following story My husbands father was opposed to our marriage which took place six years ago For this reason he would not permit me to visit him and I in turn would not allow my husband to go to see his father Last week my fatherinlaw died and my hus band asked my permission to go to see his father I told him that since his father had not sent for either of us 1 did not suppose he Myhushandbeen in his fathers house for six years and that he intended to go If you go you need not return I told him- I did not think he would go as he has always obeyed me I sup pose he has taken me at my word since I have not seen him since his father was buried We were poor folks and had but a few meals aheadI stayed at home as long as I had a morsel and decided that I would rather die than beg Four days ago I came to this barn with my children and since that time we have had nothing to eat or drinkPatrick it is said went to Paints viile to obtain work but left word that he did not intend to return to his wife Patricks father was Rev 51 Patrick who died a few days ago at his home on Front street He was for 10 years pastor of the Baptist church here J100 REWARD 1100 The renders of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitntional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY tCO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Judge Taulbeos Narrow Escape Jackson Ky June 24County Judge S S Taulbee narrowly es caped being shot to death while in a difficulty with John and Norman McCoy near his lumber yard in South Jackson yesterday after noon according to testimony in the Police Court this morning The McCoys were tried before Judge Oardwell on the charge of banding themselves together and goiug armed for the purpose of in juring Judge Tanlbee The troub le arose over a disputed payment for work done by the McCoys Judge Taulbee stated to the court that John McCoy seized and held him and called on the younger McCoy to shoot him which he was only prevented from doing by the timely arrival of Matt Privitt who threatened to burst McCoys bead with a stone if he drew his pistol The men were held to answer the charge to the grand jury They are related to the famous Pike county McCoys of feud fame Drinks as Men Killers- A distinguished Kentucky phy sioian is quoted as saying that in Kentucky lor every one death from whisky 1000 deaths have beun caused by impure milt that forty ery single death produced by whisky drinking there have been 5000 deaths from contaminated water prefacedhisremarbwitIithe be misunderstood or misrepresent edNewYork Press For SaltTwo of the Pieratt liirbCandm tilraeflo lye Tdoaar a 8i hone A 1ittJi c4i fJi if 1T 1 I k kd tT tfIiiiTHE LANDO1 UlfI x fKnowat thou the ludVhVr tie L10Ia e tassels bloom Where the mystical cocfctalleXtrftlniU t perfume iWhere the highballs iparkle WHlTi 911 y t 1 vor divine And the schooners sail fast iifctEHbe shade bf the vine Y j Knowat thou that laud thaf anti Jful land- Knowstthou 1 the laridWhenthejulep was born Where the mint yields its bfeait loathe I spirit of corn Where the ice strikes the glass with a musical soundAAnd the straw shriekg afcudwheb lhe bottom is found T Knowat thou that land that teauti fulland- liearst r thou the call of the Blue Grass to thee Come over the river come Southward to me Where a welcome waita from Kentuckys old boys Ob come to that Southland and taste of her joys r- Ob come to that land that beautiful land- Knowst not that land Then tbou art unlucky Tis gallant tis brave tis hearty Ken tucky That calls from the river that flowS to the sea Come Southward to meet us crow over and see 1 Oh come to that land that beautiful land ILexingtonWhy Go to College We are often asked should aff young man or woman go to col goingi We hear it discussed a great deal L and hear many argumentsbbtiifor and against a college course Aa to the propriety of it let it besold that it all depends on BO Dtbir cumstances that a direct answeriai- mpossible That everyypungfifan too4tbgeisjustasshould go at all independent of all conditions ami hence some of thowlJrJdsgt1Mest men never entered a college door Such was the case of Abrafem Lincoln It always nsw1ua that a college education would have spoiled him and crippled1 tti rare genius But all sucbmen have a training of some kind and equal to a college education But on the other hand all other things being equal a college edtj Ito tion is necessarily ofgrdatval ue Because a few or even many college graduates are faB8esds no argument against the college4 The college cannot change the natar r of men or women If theygainto college as impracticables they will as a rule come out the same A college develops but does not ore ate It is an artificial institution and not a supernaturalone TheII question of going to college or not can only be solved by knowing the man or woman the college andthe tneca8eHeremust stand on its own bottom dManyucatlon any more than some coarse polish is to throwaway time andmopey 5Ita 1 there is nothing that car ad to its power and usefnlnes ike aftol 1lege educatIon ller hemniat- aught to work a forma bn r 1 AancatIon ot thef right kind Hcf1I1 l 9Jcare of the rightpersonalshYpItal r invested and well infidtedI Ms not simply a money1 irHftftnfWit but also a mind ahdtdart fnVest merit and brings pliaaure anenloyment to all the subs4hent life Hence gp to college ifai ail fo ible Newspaper tteriT axalelbyQ Ibutt1Vsubscriptionauditw tbff t as consi8tent td Mk yoa gro r- foi adtilenorangee IuttIlil p as to ask t49 feditor for diiQ lines in his tferkut 7toyour b tst e1M sbttp gWvAItpt 1tingAIri4 SA t at taker of 1btid9 a f v t1w i rt n 1f 4Rt h r xp f r fitl r= 1- yo i MB e f C ucD1 Ar r tc 1 c C t TSIIE MEKALB Tiattbe Trawl Green Post otaee eeond cln matter EdltorItI HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY July 1 1909 WOLFElWY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY KASII Commonwealths Attorney I E floiiOJf Clerk Meets third Monday in JanuarZfirst Monday in May third Monday in Septem ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT Q T CENTER Judge- 013SWLPER County Attorney ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each month r WOLFE FISCAL COURT r Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues day in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District No lC M Fallen third Friday in March June Septemoer and Decem pherI District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and No vember District No 3S F Allen second Friday in February May August and November District No ofP R Legjs first Friday in March May August and November District No 5T C Horton second Fri day in March June September and December District No6Roy fcfflfct third Friday in February May August and November District No 7B T Helton fourth Friday in March June September and December District No 8J M Lovelace first Fri day in February May August anti So vember DEMOCRATIC TICKET WOLFE COUNTY For County Jude W BrDUFF For County Court ClerkR L CARROLL For Circuit Court ClerkJ C L1NDON For SheriffGEORGE tVSALLiY For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For AssessorJ T CENTER For JailerJ C t LITTLE For Co Superintendent W TAULBEE For Surveyor E J CREECH For CoronerJ RANK SAMPLE MORCAN COUNTY For Circuit Judge 32nd District J B HANNAH For Commonwealths Attorney tnd- DistrictJOHN M WAUGH For County JudgeI C FERGUSON For County AttorneyJ P HAKE For County ClerkJ H SEBASTIAN For Superintendent T N BARKER if For Circuit ClerkRn OAKLEY For SheriffH B BROWN J For Taller H C COMBI For Assessor WHIT K MPLIN r y For COronzACH HAS For Sorreyor 31 P TUID t Biggest Farm On Earth The American Farmer cotitain- t I the following account of the Ran kin farm above St Joe the largest farm in the world I IHiIt rir buy any amount on the other sid of the imaginary dividing mark for less than a third of that amount Real estate men told the farmer that no railroad would ever go wear the Missouri land but he sold Ilia farm in Illinois and bought all he could of the land at 6 per acreNot long ago David Rankin who is the man that bought the cheap acreage took an inventory of his possessions in the neighbor hood of Tarkio Mo The inven f tory showed 25640 acres 12000I fattening hogs 9000 cattle 8000I horses more than 100 cottages iinl t which the employes of the big farml J were housed great quantities of farm machinery and the like The total figures up to some 2 thing like 4000000 in value That didnt include the 1000000 i bushels of corn produced annually or the 50 miles of tiling and ditches some of which had been draining the marshlands of 40 yeataJUtoU They say Im the biggest farmer in the world says Rankin and I guess its true Lots o men have more land than Ii bn they use it for cattle ranges only Mine is a farm Rankin never raises cattle or furnishes range He buys the ra t steers from the plains and fatten- them until worth twice what he pays for the feeders as they are called He never sells corn be cause by feeding it to cattle ac cording to a minute calculation o his own he gets more ample re turns It is forty miles from the nearest to the most distant part ofr his farm hMrRankinisScot rtiBT e povxB i a colt for calves and raising th- latter e into steers ffoday he own f 4an implement fact ry a municipall Jf water system a 1le hile om poop a bank and tlila8W rprise8 rte sddItioa to J It S THE RAINBOW COLORS 8e How Many You Can Distinguish and What They Are j How many colors are there in the rainbow or what IB the same thing how many can one make out in the light that has come through a dia mond a piece of cut glass or the beveled edge of a mirror The books of course say seven But how many people really do see three different shades of blue as distinct on one side of the green as are the red orange and yellow on the oth er By no means everybodywe may be sure although on the other hand it is known that certain sorts of ants when they look at the a rainbow see only the sky where we see the red band while to make up for it they see next to the violet on 1 the other side of the bow one or two colors invisible to us Now if there are rainbow colors which men do not see at all and if some people make out only six colors 1 where others distinguish seven because they are blind to one of the I three shades of blue one might j guess that there would be people somewhere in the world who would be able to find no more than five different j colors or perhaps only four ji There really is reason for thinking that this is the case The early Greeks had no word for blue and Gladstone always maintained that it was because they could not see blue I Moreover it seems to bea general rule that where a language does notII have words for red yellow green and blue the blue is always the one to be lacking and travelers among i the savage tribes in the interior of Borneo have reported them to be blue blind There are scientists who hold that ages ago men could see in the rainbow only red orange yellow and green and that gradually as they have progressed in other respects they have added first greenish blue then indigo only latelyviolet and will by and by add others still As I write the sun shining through the corner of my inkwell throws rainbow tints on the wall paper I can distinguish only six colors but I am an old fogy You young peo ple should be able to find seven Can any of you get a hint of the eighth which some day perhaps ev erybody will be able to seeNew York Herald Points About the Pulses The normal pulse has a wide range but is always faster in fo males than males and steadily declines from birth to death Eminent physicians have thought it possible fromBthe pulse alone The average rate at birth is 160 beats a minute in girls and 160 in 110sand 100 in maidens and youths 95 and 90 in mature women and men 80 and 75 and in elderly women and men 60 and 50 In one recorded case the pulse of a healthy man of eightyseven was only thirty a min ute The pulse varies with stature andehealth and in disease it has been known to fall to fourteen a minute Chicago Journal Epitaph of Man Stung to Death inscriptionstombstones that mark the last rest ing place of some of the early pio neers of the town of Manchester one of the mot curious is in what is known as the old Greenhouse ceme tery on a tombstone erected in 1814 RyanOnby his bees and stung to death The following epitaph appears on his tombstoneA daysNoneA honeybee by stinging me Did atop my mortal breath This stave contain the last remains clayMpTo one eternal day Knew What Would Happen A southern lawyer tells of a case that came to him at the outset of his career wherein his principal witness was a darkey named Jackson sup ftransactions knowledge of certain not at all to the credit of his employer the defendant Now Jackson said the lawyer 1 want you to understand the im whenwYousknow whatwill happen dont you if you dont tell the truth rep1yIn Tdef pendent The Brute What too I going to do Har oldcalled out a woman from the window of an apartment house to her husband who stood on the stoop lighting his cigarette What shall I say to the landlord Hess coming around this afternoon for the last time sad you know itZ Will leave it to you my dear Harold replied blindly you can tttl 1lI sa wH me u 3clo t 4Yii The Cigarette Smoker Elbert Hubbard isnt the best authority in the world on all sub jects but he is unquestionably correct in pronouncing against the use of cigarettes especially by the young In a late number of the I Philistine he says j emIp10yeryears I advance the pay of a cigarette smoker never promote him never I trust him to carry a roll to Garcia unless you do not care for Garcia and are willing to lose the roll Cigarette smoking begins with an effort to be smart It soon becomes pleasure a satisfaction and serves to bridge over a moment of nervousness o r embarrassment Next it becomes a necessity of life- a fixed habit This last stage soon evolves into a third condition a stage of fever and unrestful wan during mind accompanied by loss of moral and mental control Inevitably cigarette smoking im pairs health lessens usefulness and jeopardizes happiness and all without compensation worthy of the name All smokers are not af footed to the same degree but there is none who would not bo better off without the habit- Prohibition and Near Beer The state of Georgia seems to be getting on very well with its pro hibition As much beer and that sort of stuff sell in Georgia as there ovor was The state last year got a rovonuu of 2555000 from neurbeer saloons The city of Savannah guts u 100 a month from each saloon and lots it go at thut The stato officials will introduce a bill at the next legislature to appoint a number of nearbeer back tux collectors The complaint is made that a number of people are selling noarbeer without paying the license It is hoped to get 500000 when the back tax col loctors get into action Everybody in Georgia seems to be very well satisfied with the pro hibition law The drinkers get all the booo they desire The state guts as much revenue as it over did Tho prohibitionists have tho law Memphis Commercial Ap peal Middlotown 0 Juno J Dear Mr Cooper With I send you a subscription for THK HKHAII 0110 year for L Lawson 307 East Third St Middletown 0 You will find enclosed 100 to pay for same Best wished for you and Mrs Cooper YoursA DVK 521 Crane Street Fairs in Kentucky So far as we can learn the fairs cchcd ulod for Kentucky during the present year are as follows- Georgetown July 27 to 31 Winchester August 3 to C Madiftonville August 3 to 7 Danville August J to 7 BLUE GRASS FAIR Lexington August 9 to 14 Taylorsville August 10 to 13 Uniontown Angust 10 to 14 Harrodsburg August 12 to H Brodhead August 17 to 20 Leitchfield August 17 to 20 Barboursville August 18 to 20 Shepherdsville Angust 18 to 20 EKing August HI 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 Hardinsburg Aug 31 to Sept 2 Bardstown September 1 to 4 Tompkinsville September 1 to 4 Fern Creek S ptember 1 to 5 Scottsville September 2 to 4 Hodgenville 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 Sept 13 to 18 Scottsville September 16 to 18 Falmouth September 29 to October 2 Bedford October 1 tot WMMmWritslH aart IMI Mtenkto by Dbv ail Blatifer TrauMe diocouragesandlessensambition Kidney trouble preys upon the mindl vigor cheerfulness llsoon when the kidneys are out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has mon for child to be born with weak kidneys lithe child urinates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child teachesan age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet ting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these importantorgans This unpleasant trouble is due to diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot is soon realized It is sold by druggists in fifty cent and onedollar jhavej by mail free also a l pamphlet telling all and disappear prevalentthat a afflicted a E about Swamp Rootlam isu RaH including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle SHERIFFS SALE 0 By virtue of an execution No 150D directed to me which issued from the cierks office of the Wolfe Circuit court in favor of Wm Hobbs against Jesse Townsend Ior 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 lit the court house door in Campton Wolfe county Kv expose to public sate to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof an may be necessary to satisfy plaintiffs debt interest and costs towit One tract of land bounded and described as follows towit Beginning at the water falls of the branch at the road near where J C Gil ley lived thence running eastwardly with the meanders of the cliff to John Bushs and J 1 liushs old corner thence up the branch with their line n w to John Bushs fence n w with De lina Arnetts fence thence southwest- wardly with said fence toa new fence ou top of the ridge thence with said fence southwardly to the old field fence std oldefield 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 Bowman thence withsaid road Miutheastwardly to the beginning Levied on as the property of Jesse Townsend Terms Sale will be made on a credit of six months the purchaser to execute bond with approved security to have the force and effect ofa replevin bond Witness my hand this 14th day of June IHOJ J W COX Sheriff of Wolfe Couney By WALTER OUVKR D S TO apaCoeoARE HEREBY NOTIFIED YOU your State and County taxes for the year li0J are NOW DUE and MI IJtiT be paid This being the last year ofmy 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 to enforce payment co see me or one of my duly authorized deputies and pay AT ONCE This will save you costs and me trouble Very respectfully yours J W COX Sheriff Farm for Sale 0Farm of 100 acres 30 acres in timber balance in grass and cultivation any rocks ail fenced and cross fence everlasting fine water plenty of good fruits fourroom house cellar outbuild ings Twentyfivelacrps of tobacco land if put in tobacco would pay for the farm the first year Close to town good echo la and churches Price reserving five acres part of whice is in ginseng 2000 Write J HllJzF- Vaughns Mill K- yDR C H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profestional services to the cite zens of Hazel Green and surrounding coon try and will answer all calls of affliction Office at his residence adioining Hazel green Bank Allthe NeWs thing tf- happai In the home town the births mari rfagea deaths the social affairs the comings and goings of the pe- 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MONT BEFUKDED DAY HOUSE Hazel Creen Ky Mrs XOU DAY Proprietor r I a 1laixelighted VT pa ttuoBgfcoet sad special saw ta trayelia jBAB t eIM 1 j i 1 I 7 f I l o r f tlf F I CureIrDandr4 Why Because it is anioying untidy And mostly lecause It almost invariably lads to baldness Cufe it aid saveI your hair Get more too at the same time All easly done with Ayers Hair Vipr newIIimproved formula Sop this formation of dandrufl Don not change the color oflie hair TcnauU wid acli bottle J Show t tot your jersAIt5i u ttjt It The new Ayers Hair Vigorwll certainly t do this wort because first f all it de stroys the germs which are be original cause of dandruff Having gten this aid i f nature completes the cure The scalp is restored to a perfectly health condition VadhTthlJCAJorCo Lortll Sul THE HIH1LD DRINK WAINSCOTTS 1W A KOLAll Miss Stella Clark nsited her if mother Monday II IMrs Nannie Kash oft Friday for Mt Sterling Mrs Larkin Sparks k very low with typhoid fever Ellis Johnson attoiulid court att West Liberty Monday Mrs Charlie Hurst md family left Monday for Torrent I The school at this place will open on MondayJuly it Our foreman is taking a two weeks vacation to recnato and Misses Katherine mid Myrtle Cecil spent Saturday aid Sunday at Daysboro is Miss Lula Nickell hi spending this week with Mrs W1 E Backp at Cannel CityIHenry Garrison of Campton was in town to deliver pome pic l tares the otber day L Col Jack RitteuhouBe will raise a tenfoot U S flag nu a 50 foot pole Sunday July 4th i Little Daisy McLin fiJainhas tho thanks of our bettor seven eighths for a nice boquJic1 Mrs Robert Cecil loft Tuesday for the head of Red rive to Wit her daughters for awhilf t i Mrs Dick Linden auddaughter Mrs Halie Arnett of Belknap were visiting Aunt Elizi McNabb j Friday 1 1Ja8 Murphy and wife of Paler ia were in town shopping Tuesday and had TilE HEKALO sent them one year I R J McLin and two daughters Misses Mary Roe and MOpnie are i visiting relatives at Winchester and other points f fForSaleA Victor gjraphophone with 36 records will be sold for lees than the cost of the records Apply at this office I Mrs Squire Williams olored has the thanks of the odor and I 1 1his better seveneighths ftr some nice summer apples r Mrs Frank Elam has the thanks 4 i iofthe editor arid his beta seven eighths for a fine mess each of new x potatoes and string beans A sixmonthsold baby of Sewell Rose and wife died at their resi dence on Stillwater Sunday and the remains were buried Monday The many friends of IIi J B i t HoUon who has been conlied- her to room for several days ill be pleased to learn that she is i ble to be up and around again Mr and Mrs Crosby anil son Maysville Mr Adkins Pnts ville Mr Collier Lexington air Cobb and daughter Richmond and some others are at Rittenh nile Ranch i Mrs Alice Creech who raccut visited in Oklahoma andis npw I 1lyhome will soon go back to me state and be accompanied fiy George and Miss Nettie Cox perhaps others I L t At a meeting of the trustees composing the schorl board for I I bountyheld I Kash in Hazel Green June 26 tho following teachers werd elected f for the school year District No 1Daysboro Rosa Coldiroujj No2Rose Chapel Mrs Rebec- ca I RussellNo j Johnson Schoolhouse McNabbINo IHazel Green Fa ay Long and Nancy Mapel No 6Sandfield John Taulbee NO7Big Branch Troy Wil sonjj No 8Clifty Arthur Kash No 9 Colored Daysboro Rose Burns Indications point to the fact that the Mountain Central Rail road now running to Campton will be extended A deal in timber which John Day recently fi nnnced will afford that road not less than 25000 in freight and t he ever intends to build the road he will surely avail of this oppor tunity It is also learned that parties interested are buying up all the timber along the proposed route and there are other things loading to the conclusion that the road will be built and built without t unnecessary delay We have 1 not talked with John Day president of the road but other people I are watching movements of inter ested parties and they feel sure it willcome inside of a year Wm Sledd of Mt Sterling and i his nephew Henry Bramblet of Carlisle are at Swaugo House drinking the water Mr Sledd is the Democratic candidate for sher iff of Montgomery county which equivalent to election He was sheriff for three years and afterwards jailer for eight which ex erience thoroughly qualifies for the place and he is also quite Popular wherever known Miss Sue Long and Will Hurt returned home Saturday from Hiaram Ohio where they had been a attending college this year Of the six who attended Hiram Coltlego from H G A two John and Clayborue Johnson will spend Va- ation in Oklahoma Miss Della a Legg will remain at Hiram and o Miss Sue Long Will Hurt and Mrs Maud Kash returned to their home Dr G M Center and wire who have been visiting at Old Albu querque N M for a month past returned home Friday very much pleased with their outing DrJJ Center bought a house and lot in Albuquerque with the view of occupancy i some timetMrs Telitha Parker aged 90 j died at her home in Mason county Saturday of general debility She leaves a husband eight children 35 grandchildren and 33 greatii grand children This was the firstI death in the family during the past Go years 1 Miss Nancy Spencer of Oklahoma i daughter of William Spencer I formerly of Breathitt county and Wilbur Rowan tie inspector for Four married Wedthe Big were nesdayof last week June 23 attt Lexington and are now in Canada It is rumored that a party of surveyors are on the line between I Hazel Green and Pomeroyton but it is not known whether they areII working on the McCauley line or the proposed line from Filson on the Ltk E When a man pursuing the daily peaceful avocations of life goee around with a revolver on his per son it is prIma facie evidence that he is either a fool or a criminal and m either case he ought to be locked up Lee Craven and a Mr Booth of Bourbon county came in Tuesday and yesterday morning Mr Craven wen to Camp en to execute bond as executor of the estate of his deceased brother John W Craven Frank Sample of Lacy creek as been suffering with a catarrh a his right wrist for nearly two fftfeto meantime Buffering intense naintJI r J I irJ t The Carrie Avenue Literary Society gave their program at the home of Ellis Johnson last Friday night and Saturday afternoon they enjoyed a picnic at the Sulphur Spring l Miss Dell Cravens who came up from Lexington to attend the fu neral and burial of her father ret turned yesterday to Lexington where she is employed as a stenI ograher I Prof Roberts preached at Lacy creek Sunday A number of town folks attended Among them wereII Ellis Johnson and family who took dinner at the home of the Misses Perkins The well drillers are getting along nicely with the well they are putting down on the Brewer farm at the foot of Laurel hill They are about 500 feet and so far the indI- cations are favorable Charley Hurt has been running the El Park Hotel at Torrent fort Taylor Day for some time pastc and Monday his family moved to Torrent to join him Mr Hurt is said to be a first class bonifacec Dr A C Nickell and Dr Taylor Center offJur town attended the meeting ot the Red River Val ley Medical Association held at Torrent Thursday and Fridayof last week and report a fine time A number of our young people enjoyed a social at the home of in Prof Roberts Monday night given in honor of Miss Lola Ambrose of Berea who is spending the sum wer with her sister Mrs Roberts The rainstorm Sunday was a very heavy fall and the wind did some damages blowing down two or three apple trees for Joe Rose on Lacy creek and twisting his standing oats so it will be hard to liar vest iCircuit court began at West Liberty Monday Charley Cecil and j wife of our town are attending at the same time visiting rel ed lives Mr Cecil has a brother there and Mrs Cecil has two sis ersIf vou want a fine razoras good risice and got one for 1 We also have a few watches good timekeepers that can be had for 1 each Dont wait until supply is gone Some of the young people on a Lacy creek are trying to get up a play the benefits to the church at Johnson shcoolhouse Ten Nights iu a Bar Room has been mentioned and if they can get enough to take the parts it will be selected l Miss Lula Evans who has been teaching in the High School at Houaker Va for two years pasts home t spend her vacation As will be remembered the paper published in the county where shet teaches recently had a very flatter ing notice of her accomplishments all of which she deserved Dr A M Laird the dentist af ter a very successful sojourn in our city left yesterday morning for Stantou and we take pleasure in i being able to recommend him to the citizens of our sistertown as a gentleman and an adept at the artt of fixing teeth or fitting artificial ones He will probably return in 30 days John W Fields of Ezel has in vented a spur for which a patent is pendit g that is calculated to prove a good thing for horseback i idIlud will probably makei Aich man The spur 1 unlike those in present use is attacked to the stirrup can be closed out of the way or put into play in a second Kentucky has 88 less places in 1 the government service at Washington than it is entiled to On I May 29 the total number of ap pointments in the apportioned service I was 9912 On the basis of its population according to the census of 1900 Kentucky was en tiled to 275 of such appointments under the law while only 187 ap pbintmeata from th state have beet mM1tJk l =a I KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collate and Conclielj I I Congressman Laagley last week ap pointed Young Cau m a nephew or Judge Amh Davis as a cadet at West Point academy An oil well recently drilled in about miles south of Louisa was shot last weekand is pronounced paying well is in the Berea sand and 1705 feet deep Charles L Hughes a prominent lumberman of Louisville killed hImselfat his home last week because he feared the ravages of tuberculosis were eating his life away George the tenyearold son of J H Hukill of Lexington was thrown so heavily from a horse that his tongue was split and four of his front teeth were knocked out- Commissioner of Agriculture M C Rankiu is sending out letters to farmers urging them to be present at the meeting of the Kentucky Good Road association to be held at Paris July 17 State School Superintendent J G Crabbe was appointed by Board of Re as president of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal at Richmond to suc the late Prof R N Roark Because John Payne of Louisville snored in his sleep so as to make a dis ord in an amateur singers scng at a musicale Parolee Edwards cut his thioat with a raior but not dangerously The Owiley county grand jury which has been investigating the killing of Daniel Beard alleged moonshiner by Deputy United States William Stays of Beattyville failed to return an indict ment Mrs Martha Witellers has tiledsuit Fayette Circuit court against the Lexington railway company for 25000 damages because of smoke soot and cinders from the power hours falling on Fair lawn her country home H T Wills and Eya See were mar ried last weak by County Judge J H Evans in the county clerks office at Winchester The groom is 54 years old while his bride is only 15 This is the fourth matrimonial veutureof Mr Wills After a thorough investigation of the case Governor Willson refused to remit the states portion of the 10000 fine against the Indian Refining company for polluting the waters of Elkhorn creek with refuse oil The states share amount to 3000 While oiling some machinery in the top of the elevator shaft at the Sunny Brook distillery near Louisville John Farrell lost nix balance and fell six stories to his death The body was ter bly mangled with the terrible impact with the earth At Louisville last week a m an on horseback rode up to a saloon door and held up the barkeeper taking all the money out of his pocket and rifling the cash register Be then rode away while number of people were passing along the street unaware of what had taken placeWilliam Wilder and John Welsh of Spring Station are negotiating for the purchase of Forkland farm of 80 acres on the WinchesterLexington pike belonging to the late Charles Lesher It is their intention to start a thoroughbred breeding stud embracing about twenty maresAt Louisa the city council adopted a drastic ordinance prohibiting the use of tobacco in any form by minors in public and forbidding any one to furnish or cigarettes to minors The penalty for minors using tobacco is 10 fine and that of persons furnishing tobacco to minors from 25 to 100 IThe first meeting of the Central and Eastern Kentucky league of postmaster organized for the purpose of putting the postmasters of the third and fourth class in closer tourh with another was held in Lexington last week The officers elect ed were J A Barnes Owingsville presi dent Miss Pearl C James Muir secre and Miss Ida M Baumer Stamping Ground treasurer The new 40000 fraternity building the joint property of the local Masons and Knights of Pythias was dedicated at Winchester last week Virgil P Smith of Somerset Grind Master of Masonsin Kentucky presided in the Masonic ded ication and T G Stuart Past Grand Chancellor proxy for the Grand Chan cellor of Kentucky presided for the Knights of Pjthias A Government order has been received by the sawmills on the Kentucky River which it is said will be the cause of the Southern Lumber Company removing their plant from Valley View and it will seriously asset the Standard Lumber Company of Nicholasville the Kentucky River Poplar Company at Valley View and the mills at High Bridge and Ford The order is to the effect that all log booms must be removed as they interfere with rifeer traffic and work injury to the Goverijtient locks and dams These- plants ploy vent haedred hands Sa the HERALI 5L f 1 IinJ ctff 1sonalf1 All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and 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Call For It tli THE NEXT SESSION OF lIAZELGREENAcADE w WILL BEGIN TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 1 a 4 Kash JohnsonKasfcjDEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of HaZelGreen and vicinity to the c new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stoles Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing FruitedVegetables in season Farmers Hardware c and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and quality for profitAll of our former immense stock including in the lot some very find sad many pairs of suitable iarmfar cry pair alien will beaold I tiL yt I At Cost anmag J KashJ J t II trWtriJc T mow c ri w L f II I 1 NentQJr CollapseI for thirty years continually I lost a great deal of steep which together with constant worry left me in such a nervous state that finally after having two collapses of nervous prostration I was obliged to give up traveling al together I doctored continually but with no relief Dr Miles Nervine came to my rescueI cannot describe the suffering which this Nervine saved me Whenever I am particularly nervous a few doses relieve me- A G C LIBBY Wells Me There are many nervous wrecks There is nervous pros tration of the stomach of the bowels and other organs The brain the kidneys the liver the nerve centers are all exhausted There is but one thing to dobuild up the nervous system by the use of Dr Miles Restora tive Nervine Its strength ening influence upon the nerv ous system restores normal action to the organs and when they all work in harmony health is assured Get a bottle from your druggist Take it all ac cording to directions and if it does not benefit he will return your money r Union Lock Poultry FenceSQUM tow auk Th c t ttfvIcMbU tean bo lfc skit foe IVY rrdrdd ordui t 4 tl rtarWtCHIOS ratcz co D IIB SL Xuiu aty u rTHE VERY BEST li k Have any of ourreaders seen are- cent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other pur I pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things I ithattend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on ij earthThe editor by asking its readers criticise and suggest improve 1 1to and following advice thus is enabled to produce a that exactly fits needs of a 1 family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtains ample information i that guides in the where when and I i how to regulate and increase the i income from his efforts The mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and frivolities j of life and encouraged to planing The Grand Idea being thatIIAs tire our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation n A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tem righteousrlife that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments nd features 1areabove the ordinaw the unanimous t verdict of its eaders being y ri jU The cleanest an pest family t totI Sample copies y e had by writing to theEN COMPANY 1 L In UOiaW UIIIfI 1LI 1 T POLLYII tithe ii j CIRCUS By MARGARET MAYO CwUhl 1908 by Dodd M U and Company I CHAPTER VI IH HEN John Douglas uncle offered to educate his nephew i for the ministry the boy wa I less enthusiastic than his mother He did not remonstrate hOw- ever II for It had been the custom oft j generations for at least one son of eachI Douglas family to preach the gospelII j of Calvinism and his fathers carteri as an architect and landscape gardener had not left him much capital Doujtla senior had been recognizedI as an artist by the few who under stood his talents but there Is smallI demand for the builder of picturesque houses In the little business towns of the middle west nra at last be passedI away leaving his MHI only the burden of his financial failure and an ardent desire to succeed at the profession which his father had fared so badl InI The hopelen defeated look on the de parted mans face had always hauntedII the boy who was artist enough to fee1 his fathers genius Intuitively andI human enough to resent the Injustice of his tate- Douglas mother had suffered so much because of the Impractical ef forts of her husband that she discour aged the early tendencies of the son toward drawing and mathematics andI tried to direct his thoughts toward creeds and Bible history Whoa he went away for his collegiate course she was less In touch with him and he was able to steal time from his athletics to devote to his art He spent his vacations In a neighboring city before a drawing board In the office of a distinguished architect his fathers friendDouglas was not a brilliant divinity student and be was relieved at last when he received his degree In theology and found himself appointed to a mall church In the mkldle west His step was vary bright the morning be first went up the path that led to his new home His artistic sense was charmed by the picturesque approach to the church and parsonage The view toward the tree encircled spire was unobstructed for the church hadI been built on the outskirts of the town to allow for a growth that had nott materialized He threw up his beatII and gazed at the blue hIlls with their background of soft slow moving clouds The smell of the fresh earth the bursting of the buds the forming of new life set him thrilling with ai Joy that was very near to pain He stopped halfway up the path and considered the advantages of a new front to the narrow eaved cot tage and when his foot touched the that step of the vine covered porch be was far more concerned about a new portico than with any thought of hL first sermon His speculations were abruptly cut abort by Mandy who bustled out of the door with a wide smile of welcome on her black face and an unmistakable ambition to take him Immediately un der her motherly wing She was much concerned because the church peoplei had not met the new pastor at the sta tion and brought him to the house Upon learning that Douglas had pur posely avoided their escort preferring to come to his new home the flret tim alone she made up her mind that she was going to like him Mandy had long been a fixture In th parsonage She and her worse half Hasty Jones had come to know and discuss the weaknesses of the many clergymen who had come and gone the deacons and the congregation both Individually and collectively She confided to Hasty that she didnt blame de new parson fer not wan tin to mix up wld dat ar crowd N In the study that night when she and Hasty helped Douglas to unpack his many boxes of books they were as eager as children about the drawings and pictures which be showed them His mind had gone beyond the parson age front now and he described to them the advantage of adding an ex tra ten feet to the church spire Mandy felt herself almost an artist when she and Hasty bade the pastor quiveringtramsiasm Here at last was a master who could do something besides find fault with her- I Jes wan to be on de groun de firs time dat Mars Douglas and dat ere Deacon Strong clinches she said to Hasty as they locked the doors and turned youdonewhisperedHeJes you watt till he done set dat ere Jaw o1 hlBn and dar aint nobody wbafa gpln ter unsot ItMaybe dar aint goto ter be no cllnchln said Hasty hoping for Man contraryWhat Wld dat I ere sneakln Widow Wllloughby al ready atellln de deacons bow ter start de new parson agoln proper j I Now why youse always aplckln1 on to dat ere widow 1 asked Hasty al i heknewwas- acre to excite I I jUtpa ute BO voflUB whats alm- sbot I her cleaa leers an vent Mandy shortly u tamed vet fir 1t t sad iytecdytatn I f b 1M lcL John Douglas was busy already wit pencil and paper making notes of thei plans for the church and parsonage which he would perfect later on Alas for Douglas day dreams It was understoodjwere far too dull and uninspired to share his faith In beauty as an aid t mans spiritual uplift We think weve done pretty well b this church said Deacon Strong was the business head the politicall boss and the moral mentor of the small towns affairs Just you worry along with the preachln young man and well attend to the huyln and bulldln operations Douglas mind was too notice to con tent Itself wholly with the writing of sermons and the routine of formal pas bmtgantslbe Interested In the heart stories and disappointments of many of the vII lage unfortunates some of whom were outside his congregation The men tally sick the despondent who ntfded wordy of hope and courage morA than dry talks on theology found In him an ever ready friend and adviser and these came to love and depend onII him But he was never popular with the creed bound element of thei church Mandy had her wish about being on the spot the first time that the parsons Jaw squared Itself at Deacon Strong The deacon had called at the personage to demand that Douglas put a stop to the boys playing baseball In the nd Joining lot on Sunday Douglas hn been unable to see the deacons nf view He declared that baseball was a healthy null harmless form ot exercise that the air was meant to be breathed and that the boys who en Joyed the game on Sunday were prln cipally those who were kept Indoors j by work on other days The close of I the Interview was unsatisfactory both to Douglas and the deacon Dey kinder made me cold an prickly all up an down de back Mandy said later when she described their tnlk to Hasty Oat ere deacon don know muffin bout glttln roun de parson She tossed her head with a feeling of superiority She knew the way Make him forget himself with a laugh Excite his sympathy with some village underdog tCIIPTER VII ANDY had secretly enjoyed the commotion caused by the Ut tie circus rider being left In the parsonage at flrst be cease of her Inborn love of mischief and later because Polly had become second In her heart only to the pastor She went about her work crooning softly during the days of Pollys con valescence The deep steady votes of the pastor reading aloud In the pretty window overhead was company She ij would often climb the stairs to tell them some bit of village gossip and leave them laughing at a quaint com I ment about some Inquisitive sister of the church who had happened to Incur j her displeasure As spring came on Douglas carried Polly down to the sunlit garden be neath the window and Mandy nut tered about arranging the cushions with motherly solicitude More days slipped by and Polly began to creep through the little soft leaved trees at the back of the church and look for the deep blue sweet toII violets When she was able Douglas took her with him to visit some of outlying houses of the poor theII womans Instinct was quick to perceive j many small needs In their lives that he bad overlooked and to suggest simple Inexpensive Joys that made i them her devoted friends Their evenings were divided between making plans for these unfortunates oreother books- When Polly gained courage Douglas toehim and the little corrections that he made at these times soon became noticeable In her manner of speech She was so eager so starved for knowledge that she drank It as fast as he could give It It was during their talks about grammar that Mandy generally fell asleep In her rocker her unfinished sewing still In her lan cis spring came on Douglas carried Pony f1C1rdenWileD and Toby It was always shared equally by Mandy and Hasty Polly and the pas tor But at last a letter came from Jim only and Douglas who was asked to read It faltered and stopped after the first few words Its no use my tryln1 to keep Hl bm you any longer Poll the letter We alat got Toby with na no He didnt leave no scold It that He jut seened k J riJi allln like ever since the night we bad hto leave you behind I used to get him warm drinks an things an try to pull him through but he was always achlllin and aachln If It wasnt one thing It was another I done all IIknowed youd a wanted me to an the rest of the folks was mighty white feltohow lonesome he was He couldnt get no more laughs In the show so Barkeryhad to put on another man with him That kinder hurt him too I spose an showed him the way that things was agoln It was Just after that he wrote the parson atcllln him to never let you come back He seemed to a got an Idee In his head that you was happier whore you was He wouldnt let me tell you bout his feelln rocky cause he thought It might mebbe make you come back Shes diffrunt from us he was allus aeaylu I never spected to keep er Douglas stopped Polly was waiting her face white and drawn He had becausoIwith It had come a request to say nothln ter the kid controllluIIThe parsons promise didnt get to him none too quick he read That seemed to be what he was waltin for tie give up the night It come an I got him a little room In a hotel after the show an let one of the other fet lens get the stuff out o town sos I flnlaLtmuch to ithe Just seemed tired an peacefulllke Im glad he wrote what he did he said mcanln the parson She knows she slims knows he whls pared meunln you Poll an then he was on his way Hed already give anIIm aendin it along with this A blue money order for 250 had flut tered from the envelope when Douglas opened It I got everything ready afore I went on the next yoan 1 went up an saw tbe little spot on the hIll where they was gain to stow him It looked kinder nice an tbe diggers wife said shed put some dowers on It now an then It was you what made me think o that 1011 cause It seemed to me what you would a done You was al lus so daffy about flowers you an himI guess this letters too long for me to be asayin much about the show but the l apa lcith girl got hern last week She wasnt strong enoughi for the Job nohow I done what 11j could for her outside the chow cause I It nowed how you was allus afeelln I lapadeaUlslhushand an BurUcr tit hit It off no Inorejj j We got a good deal o trouble among I the animals too None o the snakes allII age around that trunk o hlsn cause j he got too fresh with Trtxys grub the other night an the new giraffes goti the croup In that seven foot neck o hlsn I guess youll think I got tbe pip I for fair this time so Ill Just get on to j myself now au cut this short Ill be j wrltln you aghi when we hit Morgan- town YOril OLD MUVVEK JIM Douglas laid the letter gently on the table his hand still resting upon IL He looked helplessly at the little shrunk PollyIslipped lower and lower and she now sat very quietly with her face In her TobyiWhat a plucky lot they arer thought Douglas as be considered these three lonely souls each accepting whatever fate brought with no rebel lion or even surprise It vfas a strange world of stoics In which these 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