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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t+ U IIii uu tT IIl 1it f W f1 r W Wk ff r I Lhj1THE UAzEI GREEN FJR0 Established March 4 1885 Made Famous lathe Story of Jonathan and His Contlnejrtby Max ORell 0 i r SPENCER owuernntl direrTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 aYtlrlh 11 ll= n 1 TWENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 8 1909 NTTMBEB2q Lexington and Eastern Railway tI I 1908II Time Table in Effect June 21 I WEST BOUNDu iol IINuaa1 Su i STATIONS Daily ex Daily and Sunday Sunday Suudayonly AMLvcPMLve jVMLve Jackson a 6 10 am 2 20 pal 700 am OAK Junct Ii 15pm I j 25 pmt7tti aw Beattyve Jc 7 07 am s 20 f3 am Torrent i 30 am 3 41 815 am 7 45 3 5ti pmt jt am Nat Bridge CamptonJn 7 4S amII 3 57 b S lUll 8 15 am 26 am LAEJuacul 8 25 am 11 35 pml5t am 9 Wam 507 IlamLeEAST BOUND No 2 Hi i No4 DailySTATIONS 11 = Daily and Sunday 2 j x Sunday I pYLvedj AM Lye 2 25 pnVi 0 Lexington o 7 36 am Winchesterl2U S 1320 am2 3dpmj II 26jAtEJUfletiull1 pw2 48 pm 40tClay CitYM140 I 02 am3 50 pm 3 5S pm I4i8tantou14 9 le am 430 pm Campton Juntu i I 38 pw 4 35 pm 57 Nat Bridge 571 9 43 am 4 47 pm 62 Torrent tJ1 9 5ti am 510 pm 70 BeattyveJc170IO 17 am 3 605 pm 90 OokKJuncn90 am 6 10 pm 94 JackaonI94i 11 20 am t CONNECTIONS 2 L A E JUNCTION Iraius Nog laud w it make connection with the Cit O Ky i for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nog 1 2 3 and I connect with the Mountaiu Central- By tor Pine Ridge and Campton BEATTYVLIK JLNCTION Trains o 2 will make connection at Heattyville June with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from lieattyvill- eOJcK JUNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O J K Railway for local itatioua ou the O A K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager CHASSCOTTUeniaas Agent Olio KeQtucKy Hallway r 1 Ime Table May 21 1905 WEST BOUND Nu33 A No 21 Daily ex = STATIONS Daily ex i Sunday I IfI PMABRIO F PMAER 5 20 6 Canuel City22 12 3o 455 ill Helechawa 20 12 19 oS 45 18 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 Wilhurst 6 11 H 3 10 27 OK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 3V IS KI No 22 Daily CL STATIONS Daily ei Huuday Sunday LVEPlI LVK 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 t It 7 33 21j Helechawa 61 I 17 7 45 19aaLee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 14 8 37 10 Wilhurst 20 1 51 9 25 1OKJunction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nos21 and 22 will make close connectioi at Ot K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 fo points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CON LEY- Superintendent ii mountain Central Railroad No 1 No 2 DEPART ABBIVE 600a mCamptoull 30 a m 200 p mCampton G00pm No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART I 7 80 amCampn Junc10 05 ami 3 SO pmCampn Juno 440 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E passenger trains to B F BOLINC1 UNDERTAKERCAMPTON the citizens of Wolfe and INFORMS counties that he carries a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the dead in decent style SSrSpecial caskets supplied on 24 Laura noticefinest made if ordered Teams and hacks famished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones c C UOS- ENotary SEWELL Public STILLWATER KY Otters his professional services to citizensf Wolfe county and solicits the patronage o a1l1lho map lave legal paper to ezeeate 1OAceathue residence na Sl w 1 t r t COUNTY NEWS 1 I Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority ofour readers especi ally distant friends LANDSAW- A Mr Dennis was in this section a few days recently looking after timberCap Hurst and wife nee Mary Swango were visiting J M Swan go Saturday and Sunday Born to the wife of John Taul bee July 2nda boy Mrs Lizzie Miller was the chief of the occa sion E J Creech was here the latter part of last week looking after the interest of the Mountain Central railroadN Combs attended a bee robbing at Mrs Millers Saturday night He says they had a very nice time J H Johnson John Burchtield J M Tester John Murphy E T Kashand Joe Halsey are attending county court at Camptou Henry Murphy and Andrew Hughes passed here Saturday with a nice bunch of cattlen which they bad bought in Breathttt county Stephen Swango of Valeria at tended the meeting at the cemetory Saturday and Sunday and visited his daughter Mrs E T Kash Sunday night July 5 ANON Sees Mother Grow Young- It Iwould be hard to overstate the wonderful change in mother since she began to use Electric Bitters writes Mrs W L Gil patrickof Danforth Me Al though past 70 she seems really to be growing young again She suf fered untold misery from dyspep sia for 20 years At last she could neither eat drink nor sleep Doc tors gave her up and all remedies failed till Electric Bitters worked such wonder for health They invigorate all vital organs cure liver and kidney troubles induce sleep impart strength and appe tite Only 50c at all dealers STAMPER BRANCH Ed Stamper attended the picnic at Salem Sunday Fred Stamper attended church at Laurel Sunday Boone Stamper made a business trip to Hazel Green Monday George Stamper spent Sunday with Peter Wills and family Stella Clark was a guest of her father Porter Clark Sunday Mrs Mary Stamper was a guest of Jim Cox and family Sunday Mort Stamper was a guest of his Sunr dayDavid Coldiron visited his sister Mrs Francis Stamper Saturday nightHenry Brooks was a guest ol his brother George Brooks part of laet week Drew Stamper and daughter Et ta were guests of his father Green Stamper Sunday Miss Florence and Mort Ratliffe visited their sister Mrs Ollie Bush Saturday and Sunday Cleveland and Winsie Phillips were visiting their sister Mrs Eli za Stamper Sundaynight Mrs Fannie Brooks and Nannie Stamper were guests of the Jailers sister Mrs Ellis Ratliffe Sunday eveningBoone Stamper went to Camp ton Monday to take his daughter Miss Julia who is going to Tulsa Okla to make her home for a short time July 5 I ISPRINGTIMEj Tortured dm a Horse Jj rteTT ars 1 couldn t ride a hor e being in torture from piles withoutL S Napier of Rug le Kywhen all doctors and- o er reme dos failed Bucklens Arnica Salv cured me Infalli ble for pile burns scalds cuts fcoiis fever sores eczema salt Guaranteedtby all dealers i I i Wti ii I1 TO youritemsmorningMondayifnot be published unless of unusual importance Advertise no ones buUneM and write on one side of the paper only TOLIVER Mrs Rose McNubb spent a pleas ant Saturday at the home of Field en Cox on Stillwater andMiteswere married Saturday June 20th Rev I L Honaker tying the knot PP Clark has 40 acres of corn stumpsx11that If you can lets hear from youO W McNabb and H S Stam per paid a flying visit to Coppers creek Tuesday While there theyi partook ofa fine repast at the Clarkand Meeks enterprise hotel Miss Loma McNabb has been ap pointed rural delivery girl from Toliver postoffice Letters are not as heavy as they were when Byrd was away as he is now at home with the belle of Ezel as his bride O W McNabbs residence hasI been greatly improved by an addi tion of three rooms which make it more convenient J H Spen cer of Jackson did the work and painting On July 1st the Toliver post office changed hands F P Clark having resigned and M J Sallyii was appointed The people think Willies reasons for giving up theII office are that he is thinking seriously I of locating at Middletown Ohio Quite a lot of visitors spent Sunday t at the home of 0 W McNabb and had an enjoyable time strolling I through the beautiful park I whichsurrounds the home and I eating plums and June apples froUlII the trees that are laden down in the orchard 1 An organ recital came off at the home of O W McNabb Sunday Among those who took part in the program was Mrs Ninnie McNabb nee Ninnie Motley who played andII sung the choicest hits of the day She is a performer of rare excel lence and sings with a clear sapraII geminjf July 5 SUNSHINE Ij A Night Riders Rail The worst night riders are cabs mel croton oil or aloes pills They raid your bed to rob you of rest Not so with Dr Kings New LifeC Pills They never distress or in convenience but always cleanse the system curing colds head ache constipation malaria 25o ii all dealers I MURPHY FORKII Miss Cora Murphy was absent from the Willie Hurt social on ac count of sickness Miss Stella Swango of Pleasant Hill spent a pleasant Sunday atI the home of Miss Naunif Phillips Mrs Jahile Phillips had the mis fortune of losing a very valuable mare by sudden death The ani mal was yalued at 80 Mrs Lizzie Cecil Miss Nora Pie ratt and Lorey Dovey spent from Friday until Sunday at the home of Mrs Easter Miller at Lee City Rev Jim Dyer wife and son Harry spent Sunday at the home of Mort Phillips and enjoyed eating the fruits which fill the or chardWilliam Sledd of Mt Sterling and Henry Bramblet of Carlisle were on the creek one day last week ahd bought 450 ewes and lambs from Ben Murphy for a private price A refined social in honor of Wil lie Hurt who recently returned home after a years course of study at Hiram College ram Ohio washeld Tuesday night attthe home of Mrs Nannie Hurt Ill would take up too much space to give the names of ail the belles and gallants who attended Ice creamt cake and other refreshments were served Take ifall in all it was the finest event that his occnred on the creek forpeara Italy 5 r 1 TRENT David Coldiron of this place was visiting on Lacy creek Saturday night Mrs Geneva Brown of this place made a business trip to Ha zel Green Saturday Mrs J H Barker of near thin place was a guest of her son Courtney at Consolation Sunday passed ton last Monday to attend Circuit courtJoseph Beasley of this place attended church at the Johnson schoolhouse Sunday and report congreIgatlonI panied by their two children of Hazel Green passed through here j on their way to Landsaw to visit friends and relatives Miss Stella Edwards accompa nied by her brother Edgar of this j place were pleasant guests of Maggie and Elvin Rainy on Stillwutor last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Jesse Anne btamper of Hazel Green paused through here en route to Campton where sheII visited friends and relatives Saturday and Sunday t BeasleyHenrybertson spent Sunday evening at j the home of Misses Nancy and I Dorcas Barker All report a nice I time I July 5 SUNIIOWERi i J100 REWARD flOO The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded I 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 frateruity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a conJstitutional treatment Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system j thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength bym building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors a 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 K J CHENEY A CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipati- onCONSOLATION Farmers in this nection are commencing to lay by their corn- Ed Cecil attended Circuit court at West Liberty part of last weekC Clay and Flave Cecil and others from this place took in the big picnic at Salem Sunday John Fields of West Liberty visited the family of Ed F Cecil the greater part of last weektMrs John Barker and son Mal comb of Trent visited Mrs Barkers parents Mr and Mrs S M Tyler at this place Sunday John Barker the well known min ister of Stillwater preached at theII Consolation schoolhouse Sunday to a very large and attentive au dience July 5 MONK l Fairs in Keatuckj So far as we can learn the fairs scheduled for Kentucky during the present year are as follows- Georgetown 1 July 27 to 31 f Winchester August 3 to 6 Madisonville August 3to 7 Danville August 4 to 7 BLUE GRASS FAIK Lextafltoi Aiiut 1 9 to 14 1 Tayloreville August 10 to 13 1 Uniontown Angust 10 to 14II Harrodsburg August 12 to 14 Brodhead August 17 to 20 Leitchfield August 17 to 20 Barboureville August 13 to 20 Shepherdsville Angust 18 to 20 I Ewing August 19 to 21 1 Shelbyville August 24 to 28 i Florence August 25 to 28 London August 26 to 28 Springfield August 25 to 28 Frankfort August 31 to September 2 Hardinsburg Aug 31 to Sept ilBardstown September 1 to 4 Tompkinsville September 1 to 4 Fern Creek ptember 1 to 6- Scotta viile September 2 to 4 Hodgenville September 7 to 9 Monticello September to 10tt Paris September 7 to 11 GlasgowI September 8 to 11 cytte u Sep mbe 18 to 1 t YJL I1ft ua Tttls i tl3 toll ficotUTUle Sep ab16to 18 FilMBtfc 8ept Bber 29 to October 2 BeA aa 1teZ 1 fI o KENTUCKY KERNELS I Carefully Collates aid Coiciielj Chronicled The new Methodist paper edited by Rev E G B Mann and published at Frankfort was Monday moved to Lexin ton where it will be published hereaf ter Starling Young a negro aged 26 of Lexington was arrested last week on the charge of malicious cutting andwound inK William Adams in the abdomen in a row in Taylcrtown Monday night While hunting squirrels on his fathers farm Willie the ten yearidd sou of WII H Leeming of near Shively accidently c struck his eun against a larg rock dis j charging it and tearing three fingers from his right hand Winchester was visited by a very disastrous a fire last week The livery stable of J P Conway was totally destroyed and another belonging to Dr Miller is almost a complete wreck The loss is es timated at about 35000fSamuel H Clay secretary of the Lex ington Commorial Club is in Detroit Mich for the purpose of learning all theI new wrinkle toward making Lexingtons Club even better than it la The Detroit Club is said to be the best in the coun tryrAbout an hour after George Freeman Jhisgranted the condemned a reprieve The murderers attempt at suicide by poison ing during the night had however al ready provedsuccessful Aaron Rothkoph a Louisville bartender sustained several cuts about the head and hands last week while in a fight with William Harlow a patron of the saloon Both men were arrested Harlow charged with malicious cutting and Roth soph withmalicious IIulthThe Democrats of Louisville Friday last nominated Wm O Head for Mayor W H Field for Judge Common Pleas Court 1st Division The latter is of son of Judge Emmet Field and isfcandidate for the office his father tilled ue for 30 years prior to his death Louisville which at one time had 200 Chinese citizens now bas but one a fact developedupon investigation after Elsie Sigels murder in New York While the 200 were resident in that city one of them committed or was accused of a crime which resulted in their exodus AJ Hon Asberry Patrick of Magoffin will be designated by President Taft as the successor of Capt Steve Gel Sharpe as United states Marsha for the Eastern district of Kentucky To Con gressman tangley is giyen the credit for landing the appointment for Tenth dins man Through mistake Mrs Howell Mann of Carlisle gave her infant child a dose of carbolic acid thinking it was sweet oil She discovered her mutate in the I tiIytJburnedWhile administering a dose of medicine to to her son Frank Williams who was dangerously ill with typhoid fever Mrs James William wife of a Louisville shoemaker was stricken with an attack ndibgoierlilthet fell to the floor dying almost instantly At Hellier last week a 12 year old boytl son of a man named Roma was sent to the pasture to drive home a cow He tied a rope around the cows neck and tied the other sad to his wrist The cow theblittleetc He was fearfully mangled and dead when picked upt1Everett L Dix editor of the More head Mountaineerrat Morehead and Miss Lottie Stewart of that place were married in the parlors of the Phoenix Hotel atLexington Wednesday moruloV ot last week by fiev Cliches E Powell pastor of the Woodland Christian church The bride is a niece of Prof F CB ltitonof the Morehead Normal School At a meettngof the Permanent Heads quarters Committee of the Democratic State Central Committee held Friday at noon at the Phoenix Hotel Lexington Lexington was unanimously chosen as the permanent headquarters of tlje core I mittee William JWams was elected treasurer rnairma Combs was author htzedbypot t the secret goT AaiSSmBiittse distrThei week took nuar Lf 04 Louisvillei and Atlantic line rangingJOl miles from VetsaiTl5 too mt1tYriUe Junction all stock having EnBSSfK last week The line It is TflfitetWDOU1 will be extendedi to ect with oUher Louisville and NLIIJtihtSa t Ingopening practically umfevelpped coal J mineral and timber fields t LiffI00aOOO Jt nA Scientists have found in a cave in Switzerland bpneaof men who lived 100000 Y Bimjife was in constant danger fronv iliJi beasts Today the danger v m shown by A W Brown df Alex r eadlydSea8 t jftSH5ffDrcured me I could not have lived he writes dsuffering as Ttfid from severe lung trtablelind JtaBBdrh cough To onnc ore tDg8 cfilal obstinate coughs and preventpneh mania its the best ffleflibifiejJJnearth 50c and JjlQO G aYiui toed by all dealers Trial bottle Republisned by requestiR H CronfilU Ol Moaifjil Sckeoli So many friendsof HazeL6reeh Academy failed to get holdI dfortDr Crossfields letter that they have petitioned us to repfo it and here it Is Dr R H Crossfield of Trans sylvania University returned yes terday morriihg from atrip to Wolfe and Breathitt JfoutrtfetB vhtre he wept to investig f u cational conditions Cast week he visited London Corbiq aa4iirbonrvillo on the same niiBsion F President Croasflald made re port of what he discovedi aLtbe chapel serVIces yesterday morning He said that from the 1onbtain8ii come many of the professional and industrial Jifejn 1 Lexington and Central Kentucky and that men strongxof bpfd jHthe t limb and vigorous in Ir Ant the mountains would in to occupy leading pee ijibV every department ofacl I in tCentral Kentucky v During these trips he viBijedthei grRdAd agdool t anne BtiqY nnettt the graded school at Corbinithb BaptistJnatitutipn and UniopQolJot 4eBAcademyi j JacksonDr sfleld said the rdaanhii church Schools had been eaikbihh f in the mountain of Eastern Kentucky was the fact t aJyeret senur i went 1 Another condition that rendera i the church school nficflBBBryis the lack of financial supportgiyepitp 1 the public achools jThe nevschopl mallestablJshsassing Gf the funds for this erto bf a building Ilaleft altOffSther the discretion of thq YpJtgrsxpf county and the peoPleSKViiTV iajthe tam counties are not wihlnaolvote sufticienirGrx for iHJ1rrpose Turning to the other side oftha question Dr Ciasefieldiltiy 1 1 ui0 flyrinlciTns to jglyetlieTrlallll = hen the lvantgesof li 8ifeU 1- hem cation but were notable to + The sway t1O1tlektbtQ jphpo el dtt f Uroon i tIer a6oa n 1enta titollJIii tidetile y 4that the institution ce tCdJibiftit- llJO all told from its BtftitI ut ltatitr 1ir9 llil i saleyearsnderiliwomen of the c ff i SeWB ii- menaoird of Mliairln coltribi ute 8500 io souse the deficit LexingtonHerald May 14 CAAGrJIIIlweta Y QNIp tt- nl KM YIIIIIIII I liitttfSears UUi d i f t3lgliattireofFor 1 I 1 teottsggea1 cfetmeach t- ouse Apply ttJlgloffice I tWhen raarneipebpTe get alonT t aJVII v oftenit v iyS4- a ePitt IIJ if WIC YYC t i tt 1 rHEHEUliEntered attfae Hazel Green Post 1 oHoea ioeoBdeIa iaatter t r SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY rHURSDAY July 8 1909I WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge AttorneyIMeets third Monday in January first September WOLFE COUNTY COURT i O T CENTER Judge AtturneyRoBERT Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT0 Meets first Tuesday in April first Tuesday in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District No IC M Fallen third Friday in March June Septemoer and Decem bar District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Friday i in February May August and November JridayinNorembeiiin FridayMarchDistrict No bT C Hollon second Friday in March June September and December FridayFebroarj in District No 7B T Helton fourth Fri i DeiDistrict No SJ M Lovelace first Fri day in February May August and No 1vember x DEMOCRATIC TICKET WOLFE COUNTYoFor County Judge W B DUFF For County Court Clerk fc L CARROLL For Circuit Court Clerk J C LINDON For Sheriff GEORGE tVSALLhV For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For AssessorJ T CENTER For JailerJ C1 UTILE For Co Superintendent W TAULBEE For Surveyor E CREECH For CoronerJ RANK SAMPLE IIMORCANAttorney COUNTY District J B 32nd HANNAHI JOHN M WAUGH I C FERGUSON For Conty Attorney J P HAKE Y For C ClerkJ H SEBASTIAN J DHOWKJFor Ajug fc WHIT KEMPLI- For CoronerzAClI IIANE For SurveyorM P TURN THE people of our section are opening their eyes and awaking toI the fact that indirectly they are paying an enormous road tax ii- J inI Jbroken harness brokenJ wagons i 1 broken down horsos and wearied h drivers every time they have toI It Itti haul over our mud thoroughfares r If And notwithstanding the damages 7 thus sustained they accomplish less 1thant half they could with good I Kroads The writer witnessed case i9a few days ago that illustrates f mudf= over them is laboring under a heavy handicap A map had iin four good mules and on his wagon 12 railroad tiesall they could pull He was hauling the ties at 10 cents a piece which was 120 htare eigJv I r er four mules and wagon earning only 120 per diem because he could make only one load a day With a good hard pike he couldII have hauled at least 20 ties yes 4 24 of them and easily made two 1 trips which would have brought 4 him 1480 Anybody can see the difference in good and bad roads J and realize also that the better I roads are the cheapest in the long I run We call attention to these I things now because at next Novemf ber election we will have the chance of voting as to whether or not we 4 shall have good roads and all1 ji r should vote for the privilege of 4 r having them The tax to build 4 them would be a mere bagatelle I compared with the breakdowns and damages sustained on broads ad and the whoman owns Ii most muspfmost That is as 4 it should be and yet the tenant 4 and small farmer will she t advantages equally with him i L oa jusO the reverse now and the tra1t ttand small farmer have the j beart fi i L tfx tM a yisc 1 EVERY farmer knows that wet sobby land is unproductive and they also know or should know that the same land drained is near ment terprise of John Fetterlyof our town all farmers who own suc land now have the chance to re deem it At great expense he iis negotiating for a tiling plant and will be prepared to tile all the land in this and the adjoining counties He wants farmers owning such land to patronize him to a limit I ed extent and is soliciting orders for tiling now But he tells that he meets with but little e couragement Now why is this the case The proposition is as plain as the probosis ofa Polish Jew That is land now wet and swampy is of no value as tillable soil but once drained with tiling it at once comes into its own and is in many cases abnormally productive Then why will the farmer hesitate to spend a few dol- larsJ per acre to redeem it Iaoo ed at from another point of view it is like buying land when you tile that which is worthless and bring it to a state of cultivation and the money you spend for tiling is the money you pay per acre for iitI TheJ original purchase price might well be charged to profit and loss tbecause of the non prodnctivene e 8 and that paid for the tiling be comes the actual price per acre 1 Unproductive land is a tax burden but as soon as it produces it returns the taxes tenfold Stop pay ing taxes on worthless laud by ttiling it and making it productive and the sooner you do it the soon r you will benefit from it DUKINC the vacation period the young men and young women of the mountains are studying about the school they will attend during the coming fall and winter and we desire to call their attention to Hazel Green Academy It has proved to be the best and cheapi est school in Eastern Kentucky and for that reason among others f stands today like the rock of Gii bralter Other schools with hand 1t elYe ERgone the way of Wards ducks if we may be allowed the commonplace I but expressive quotation For instance the Lees Institute at Jackson and the Wesleyan Aca emy at Campton were both start ed under most favorable conditions j and yet for want of proper man agement they are both among thet things that were There is a sig nificance in these facts and with lout analyzing the causes of failure with regard to those iustitu tions the fact remains that Hazel1 Green Academy each year grows better and turns out more scholars equipped for lifes battle In every direction the compass points will be found former students of our school who are now holding positions of honor and trust sole ly through the knowledge gained while attending the academy They living witnesses of the effiicacy of the system here maintained and their holding theso positions is pri- ma i facie evidence that all others who atte d this institution may attain to like lucrative positions or mayhap better ones Then it Iis the duty of parents or guardians or the individual scholars them selvesto patronize a school thate has produced results It is at home quick to reach or getaway from in case of sickness or accident to student or any of theL family Board is first class and there is no big bill to pay for the comforts thus attained or travel ing expense to and fro Tuition is cheap and the morals of our little city are as good or better than in any school town in the state Briefly no reason can be advanced why Hazel Green Academy should not be patronized by all the poop of this part of the state and on the other hand as we have pointedit whyItit support a educatingtheir nextJ school term willopen Tues dt1tSept 14 and meantime all will Live ample tine to study Ute 4 ct+t jOll I advantages to be had here at small cost and wo hope they will make up their minds to patronize Hazel Green Academy Yet one point iwe have not mentioned and that lie that the money spent here for schooling your children or your 111self as the case may be is used j here whereas mousy spent abroad remains away and like Tennyson babbling brook flows on forever l never to return Think on these 1 things and act your part right A Prosperous Former Citizen The editor of this paper is in re CInCI I If TILE HERALD office and his man friends here who remember hi as an attache of this office will rejoice to know that he is now the owner of an upto date printing office in Philadelphia the city brotherly love Indeed he he ever made good since the day he left this office at the end of his api yearsk or a t government printing office at Washington For a while he published a magazine at Kearney Nebraska Then he was in the li iinsurance business at CharlestoniI W Va where he was also city editor on a daily paper One seas he ran a hotel at Atlantic City New Jersey Then he drifted Philadelphia where he has since been lucratively and pleasant- it employed Anti through all his career we are glad to he able Ito state that he has conducted himself as a gentlemen He writes that he will soon start an adver tisiug sheet in the city of his adoption calling it Every Saturday Night after a paper the writer oucepublished in Lexington and following the style of THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD That ia in li I of country correspondence he will have news from each street in the I ward where he lives and we feel sure he will make it a success Exhibits Us as an Example For the benefit of editors in discourIagedCooper of THE HAZEL GREEN HER j I ALD as an example of success II 1 knew Spencer when we were boys I We served in the army together I After the war Spence yielded t I temptation and his habits were dnot the best His salvation cane in marrying a daughter of Mr Frederick Bush of Lexington HeI degisnate her as his better seven eighths Twentyfour years ago he went to the village of Hazel Green Wolfe county and started a paper TILE HAZEL GREEN HER ALD The town now has a popuIulation of only 225 and miles from the nearest railroad For twelve years after the paper was started it was twentysix miles With all these disadvantages Cooper has made a success by sticking I to his puncheon as he expresses it R R Perry in Winchester Sun Sentinel Thanks Bob for your eucourag ing endorsement of our efforts But on the whole we dont know whether to consider it a compli ment or a censure One sentence reads a little raw to say the least but we appreciate it just the same as it is the truth and let it go at that because it is helping us tot hold up our hand To Extend Mountain Central The Mountain Central Railway running from near Torrent on the E to Campton and owned by Floyd and John C M Day of SwannDay Lumber Company of this city will be extended to Hazel Green at some near future time Right of way is now being taken up and if in this the proper en couraging i3 received the road will CityTimes 1eAnother Made Happy Tuttle Okla June 27 09 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Enclosed you will find lOne Dollar for which you will please send THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD to the above address and oblige I MRS J AtlIA3T M J fI Contrary to the belief ofnearly everyone acquainted with the cir cnmstances the Brown Hamilto Shoe Co instead of paying Ellis Johnson for the mules their drum mer caused to bo drowned stood aI lawsuit1 This shoe company i3 said to be the largest in the world and it was generally conceded 1 that rather than stand a laweu over a matter of 300 they naval pay the bill and the fact that they I did not do so will in all probability have a tendency to lesson the ttrade in this section is the opinion expressed generally IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE- y UNITED STATES for the Eastern Kentuckyt IN BANKRUPTCY fIn the matter of J T Bailey bankrupt On this 29th day of June A119Ut- e on considering the petition of the afore said bankrupt for discharge filed on the 7th day of May A D Iml it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 13th day of July Covillgeton in said district at forenoon or as near thereto as practica ble and that notice thereof be publishe- one time in the HAZEL GREEN a newspaper printed in said district am feallJ known creditors and other persons iin interest may appear at said time and- i place andshow cause1 if any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should not be gran ted ouIVITNFSS the Honorable A 11 REAL LCochrxnJudGentsaidcourt toand the sealI thereof at diving ton in said district on the 2Jth day of June A D 1909 lyJOi C FINNELL Clerk By J W MENIBS D C Farm for Sale 0Farm of 100 acres 30 acres in timber balance in grass and cultivation scarcely tutu rocks ail fenced and cross fenced everlasting fine water plenty of good Jfruity fourroom hou e cellar outbuild iings Twentyfive acres of tobacco land if put in tobacco would pay for the farm the first year Close to town good scho ils acresepart of whirs iis in ginseng 2000- I Write J HMIZK Vaughns Mill Kv 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKSJJ DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AcAnyone eenAlnRaeteteaeauOeeenRInn toel i oneIhnepeafl papntl1n I anisetlonikrtctlycnntlieiittaL HANDBOOK onlatenU pateci1atenUofrrrial notice without charge in tile Scientific Jltncricam handsomely illustrated weekly Irraeet ciN eolation of any scleoUUe Journal Term 3 year four month II Sold byall newsdealer YorkIe ran TRnrve more Metnn InttrrB ioid IhUaW I aft than efny othrmke ol l 4ttrin lhiabeaiciouhl ul tir iyl e accuracy and tiuiphUtjr uerulrNlincn7lae1ha On rno1nhoaky MOe ucl 4clul + y other Loa xJlagana nn- pGunspGare s MI jj fiirnjer ct 50 enl Latu- bon A eon hboibcrrcUWCalllaIotern Free but icrill e today llowmprmlomrerSrwlr rt nd rictuiiim Ctalo u tAoriug Sao picmiumt at tru AddlcultlY McCALL CO Nw Yat- kDR C H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profestional services to the citi zeal of Hazel Green and surrounding coun afflictionOffice HazelGreen t NJPn SALE j Gettinu ReaaaFa1100dsg s i n MAPLE 5 TROY Are reducing stock to make room for 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TREES forIORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY lW Write for Free Catalog mJ KILLTHE COUCH IAND CURE THE LUNCSRf iWITH Dr Kings New Discovery F PalaORstelaeAND y GUARANTEED SATISPACTOS OR MONEY BEPTODED DAY HOUSEaHazel Creen Ky lira tOU DAY PIOprlet7f t dlargeHeaaddlightedOBUBodftUDMilo tmTcliag med aka i y r JffIoIIItJI r rili IILFDestroysHair Recentdiscoveries have shownWi i 1that falling hair is caused by I a germs at the roots of the hair I 11youstroy these germs Ayers Hair 1 I formulaIjI Vigor new improved I will certainly do this Thena leave the rest to natureoDos not change the color of the hairsTonnuJ with each bottle 1tto year errlekhlmhootltuya Recent discoveries have also proved that dandruff is caused by germs on the scalp Therefore to cure dandruff the first thing to do is to completer destroy these dan druff germs same Ayers Hair Vigor will give the same splendid results Itod by ttt 3 C AJM Co Lowell Mm THE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTSROXA KOLA i 1 Mr and Mrs Sam Rash attended church on Stillwater Suudays Thomas B Tibbals of Lebanon 4 Ohio is a guest at Rittenhouse Ranch R r McLin and two daughters Mary Roe and Monnio returned home Tuesday Quite a crowd of our youi g peo ple attended the picnic at Salem Sunday July 4th A baby of Sol Oabcrn on Still r water near the bridge died Mon day of whooping court W O Mize bought of John Will I Taulbee a bay buggy horse Tues day the consideration being about 1 5 n W O Mize and W lii attended coirt at Wes 1 1H t Sunday part of last week return CititMrs and Mrs D C Miller of BCampton visited Mn Millers pa firents W Cecil aid wife one fJnight last week 1 For SaleA Victo graphophone I with 30 records j wll be sold forI h less than the copt if the records Apply at this oflice I Kelly Murphy f near Ezelee t passed through life Monday en 1 1route to Lacy creek where he had 1 bought a drove of steep j Dr Taylor Cener reports th I e i birthof a girl to tie wife of I y rBrewer of Big Bmich July 1stI r Mr Brewer is 75 gars old r Mrs Mpllie Elkiis who has beetI I visiting her sister Mrs WillieI Clark of our town for a fortnight jjpaat left Moudayfor her homo at Cincinnati The soda fountpn will be in operation at J T lays store everyI Wednesday and Saturday where all kinds of soC drinks and is cream can be hat Note change ojad of the Mapel1 Troy milliner They are cutting prices to Bduce stock andL ribbons laces es can be bought cheap for the cabo iiSunday Calvu Brewer returned1 a r bringingrand another chjd in a critical con dition He lies in Toliver neigh borhood The uperintendeut and the school bond of Wolfe county on Monday hosed the trade fo the Wesleyaq Academy bui1dinK Ut Campton aid received deed for4- 4 the same i I 1 Little Golan Nickell and her stepsister Barl Coldiron a few days since bought us a summer turnip eighten inches in circa ference and sine onions for which r they have ouithanks The pubhcicbool at this place willopen fd books on Monday July 12 withMiss Falay Long t teacher and lisa Nancy Mapel aB assistant ft rustee and teachers hope there 11 be a full attendl ance of the sir lara in the district11 I rwall as thVn r- I 1 I L Our Prosperous Girls The friends of Mrs Nettie Mc Uuire and her sister Miss Annie Wheeler will be glad to hear of their prosperity in the west They first went to Bartlesville Okla i they bought a lot and built house But about a year ago Miss Annie went to Montana and 5 miles from Billings a town of tIa weeki a towusite company bought half her 100 actor for 5000 cash and choice lots when the town is laid off On the 80 acres left her there is a lake and the railaoad running through her land has a water tank on the place which in a presumably fed by the lake Mean time Miss Annie is employed in Billings as a stenographer and typewriter at a salary of 80 per month going to and from her home tt- on the railroad Mrs James Mc Guire her sister above mention ed has 100 acres adjoining And the home they jointly own in Ok lahoma is rented out at 20 perii month They write that there isii a lot of land open to home steaders in the same section and the price is 125 per acre after 14 months continuous residence Want Right Of Way for Mountain Central Railroad There is now no longer any doubt about the extension of the Mount ain Central Railway from Camp ton to Hazel Green if the people along the line will grant the rightII of way And how any wan can be so blind to his own interests as to refuse to give the right of wayII is beyond our knowledge The roadway will occupy but a smallII strip of laud and the laud on either side of said right of way will double in value as soon as the roads in operation The convenience I fortthe right of way when he wants to ship produce or make a trip There ard many reasons why the right of way shoud be granted andevery man should show onongh public spirit to give it Every man cantII have the privilege of giving the I right of way but all who do so willII be public benefactors and their act will be appreciated by all The Messrs Day Floyd and John willI be here this week to confer with our people as to the project IHazel GreenHelechawa Road The road between Hazel Green and Helechawa is a disgrace to Johon routee when he jotted down his notes for Pilgrim Progress he would haveI encountered many instead of oneI slough of despond People who passed over the chug holes alon that line Sunday going to the tic nic at Salem in Morgan county tell us that a respectable crow would hesitate to fly over the routeI lest their glossy coat of bloc should become besmeared with mud and all are agreed that manse r people who would otherwise visi us are afraid to venture over this thoroughfare in its present condi tion Ladies who go over it in ve hicles walk a major part of the distance for fear they may be pitched out and crippled and they cry out to us for better thorough fares McNabbMotley The following marriage shouldI have have noted in last weeks is sue but was not handed us until1 too late All thesame THE HERALD now congratulates the young joysrof married lite Here are the vat ties At the residence of the bride parents J D Motley and wife a Ezel Saturday June 26 Miss Nin nie Motlev and Byrd McNabb o Wolfe county were united in mar riago Rev I LHonaker perform ceremonym Two More Moonshiners Irreitei United8taEeTBflftuty Collectors McCoy aibd Duty Monday night of last wetsk destroyed a moonshines still on the head of Red river to garbs with a quantity of beer and arras ed J Miles Tjaulbee and John Moore and took them before Com miwioner Hurst at Jackson for iexamination j i i i iM Just Talk and No Work l There have been many surveys 2 for a railroad to Hazel Green since It THE HERALD was started and not one ever materialized Now there is a chance to get a roadwithout any effort on our part further than securing the right of way between this town offs Campton and many along the line will grant it with All of them should do so and if they can be made to seethe advantage the road will be to them they will do so The increas ed revenue the road will bring to the county will lessen the taxes of every man in the county and it is net too evtravagant to say that in few years it will more than cover the cost of the land taken up by the road bed But eliminating that as a factor there are so many advantages to the man whose land the road runs through that we cant see why he should refuse the right of wav i A Fox Chase Col Jack Rittenhouse let out his fox yesterday Wednesday morn ing and had a nice little fox chase to the amusement of himself and several of the guests at Rittenhouse Ranch The chase however did not last long the hounds running it down in a short while and catch ing it But it was rescued before the dogs hurt it seriously and with a little care it will soon be in shape to make another run Tom Tibbals a guest of the Ranch was a participant in the chase and had the pleasure of killing a snake e while crossing a field which parties told him was a copperhead But as hecaught it by the tail and snap ped its head off with a jerk it isII more than probable it was a milder mannered reptile than the bronzed beauty it was alleged to be Good Prospects for Oil on Still water- J H Fowler of Salt Lick an 011I man was registered at the Day House yesterday and being asked the news in oil circles he said the well being put down on the Brew er farm at the foot of Laurel hill on the Stillwater side was pro gressing nicely but would not be brought in until the latter part of next week Great anxiety as to the outcome ol this well is felt owing to the fact that it is ou a direct line with a well that produced gas and one that showed about eight barrels of oil per day Should iit come in a good oil producer it will bring new life to this section o our country and everybody is expressing the hope that it may be a gusher So mote it be Has Our Thanks Tom Lee one of the most suc sectionghas the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for a hal gallon of honeydue honey and when he brought it in he said he hiksourwood hooey He started i- WO f mistake not with two stands o 2t0 stands filled with healthy workin bees Pays for Past and Future Stockton Cal Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Enclosed find money order for 150 to pay for THE HERALD for the past and for the future as far as it will reach and send it to 927North Lincoln Street t instead of 541 East Miner avenue Yours very truly C SWANUO 927 North Lincoln St Seven little girls of our town en joyed themselves to the fullest ex tent at a picnic Wednesday near picnifwas given in honor et McBee who is visiting her aunt- f Mrs Godsey Those present were Rose McBee Mabel Daniel Rowe na Kash Mabel Bicknell Lenna and Iva Hollon and Dolly Kash John Will Cox the sheriff Mou day contracted to build three school houses in the county viz One at Pine Ridge one on Holly and one on the Trace fork of Still water The total for the thre buildings is 1000 and he is to complete them by October 1 1909 They were let ly public outcry his bid being the lowest tJtl rMissr Swango House this week Remember the series of meetings at the Methodist church beginning Wednesday July 14 conducted W B Ragan pastor and Dr byII er of Mt Sterling Married at the residence of Dick Lindon on the head of Red River Tuesday July 6 Reece Lindon and Miss Myrtle Lindon Rev John W Burcham officiating Green OHair a son of Mike OHair came in Monday from Middletown Ohio where he had been working He reports plenty of work and good wages but he did not like the place Misses Mary Roe and Monnie McLin of Hazel Green and Misses Mary and Katherine Day daugh ters of John M Day of Winches ter spent Monday afternoon and Tuesday with r G Trimble Mt Sterling Advocate Nick Center who has been living at Middletown Ohio arrive home Monday and is in a critical condi tion He had a case of measles and caught cold which sot led on his lungs and he has fallen off 20 pounds in two weeks Mrs Alice Creech and her sister Miss Nettie Cox left Ca iptou Tuesday morning for Oklahoma where the formers husband Pat ton Creech owns a quarter section of land for which ho has been offered I 7000 as we are told Mrs F N Day who has been visiting relatives in Montgomery and Bath for a few weeks past returned home Friday very much pleased with her outing Miss Vir ginia will visit Mary Pioratt at Richmond before returning home Bills printed at this ollice Sat urday last announce the fact that J D Motley of Ezelwill sell at public outcry at his residence IllsIj farm of 125 acres with good dwell ing crops etc on Saturday July 10 Terms made known that day Cliff Nickell representing Trim i j ble Bros Mt Sterling is laid up j at the Cecil hotel He arrived here Monday evening and Tuesday l morning was unable to travel but we did not learn the trouble La terHo is up again and gone again G F Taylor of Springfield IlL fromfThursday of last week until yes terday morning when he left for home During his short stay he said he never met with a nicer or more hospitable and social people He was delighted with our town and people isfa mistake about his buying a house and lot in Albuquerque N M writings sof ceived a letter from his brother havingghemorrhage lung While splitting wood Saturday morning Jim Wilbon who married George Oldfields widow on the state road hit his knee with the ax handle which caused the ax to glance and cut his left hand bad ly Dr Marion Center was called to dress the wound which took eight or ten stitches to close Minnie Skein a daughter of Eli hu Skein living near Salem Mor gan county was bitten three times by a copperhead snake one day last week It has not been learn ed what was used to counteract the poison but as death did not result the presumption is that turpentine or something of the kind was ap plied With the issue of last week THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD eutered th twentyfifth year of its existence under the control of Spencer Coop er THE HERALD has accomplish ed a great work in aiding and developing the resources of its sec tion of the State and heres hopin- e aithat Spencer Cooper its editor an owner will more in which havejnnY tho good Thanks kin4 friends r r a For and i in etc Our stock of Spring and SumniKr Goods is AH the latest styles in Dress Goods and Linens 5 a FINE LINE OF SHOES and AiiofflA Infants ChildrenHave The Kind Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In Use For Overj Thirty Years CASTORIATN CECIL BROS Dealers General Merchandise Country Produce complete CALICOESat Cents Yard IjOUR OXFORDS II I 1Iil THE NEXT SESSION OFII AZELGREENACADEMY WILL BEGIN TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 J Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS IN General MerchandiseCO- UNTRY PRODUCE Ce HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the peopl0 of Hazol Green and vicinity to thee new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware c and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES n specialty We have them in all the varied styles and quality for profitar j Bof our former immense stork including in the lot some very fine and many pairs of suitable farm shoes very pair a bargain will be sold hi At Cost and Carriage ltoiJven Lessaj s Kash JonnVKj a Kashst J t rr 1 t d- A j 1 v I t I jI f k JY f I JIjl jlit I iW Llj 0T ctorsr Said He Would Die Ca K93 we wxrte you regard lug snfr kueb4 who was suf 5 i fering from+ Heart trouble He was superanuated by the North Georgian Conference Ten doc tors at different times said he would die You advised Dr i Miles Heart Remedy and Restorative Nervine we did as advised and improvement was apparent font the very first Hes recovered and the Conference ini 1904 give him a charge He never felt better although he has very heavy work and does a great deal of camp meeting work I am so glad we took your advice and gave him the i medicine aad feel that I ought J to let you know of the wonde- ful good results from its use j MRS T S EDWARDSMilner a This proves what Dr Miles Heart Remedy will do Get a bottle from your druggist and take it according to directions It does not matter whether you heart is merely weak or yo u I have organic trouble if it doe not benefit you take the empt I bottle to your druggist and getIyour money back I I t O REVOLVING hEAN1f IREflA6 iHGwan a OE KALaiOi KANSAS CITY MO J WUON LAWN FENCE I I w Costa very little Drove veir Mti Ia factorr for lawns door yards gar lawnsplrUNION FENCE CO DKaib IlL KanwCkyMo dTHEI VERY BEST 1 I 1 4 Have any of our readers seen are WeeklyEnquirer1 a I send for a copy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great 1 I thinkthat I and home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its readers 1 improveiobtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs ofai family and a material aid to faUerjj mother and children in reaching that higher level in social lifef reisgnS supremerr obtains ample information that guides in the where when andt 4 1 how to regulate and increase the yI income from his efforts The t mother in management of housesxt hold affairs practicaleconom r J otheriJOt of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri t volities of life and encouraged to ptug Asrare our Homes so will be the Co munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon eachweek as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tem righteolivinglife that brings nought but misery to the home 6JOtherare above the ordinary the unani mous verdict of its readers being U The cleanest and best family Weekly Imowa to em bywritingivto aa r t i fie the t tr to tv 1 1fitrv- l uP r w u I POLLY yf th- eCIRCUS By MARGARET MAYO Cofjrlfht D04 ky Dodd MM tfld Comptar i CHAPTER VIII HEN Polly understood that Toby was actually gone It seem ed to her that she could never lauh aeatn She had been too young to realize the Inevitableness of death when It came to her mother and now she could scarcely believe that Toby would never never come back to her She felt that she mustr t be able to drag hIm back that she Sherwanted to tell him how grateful she was for all his care of her She thought of the thousand little things that she might have done for him She longed to recall every Impatient word him His gentle reproachful eyes IIto always haunting her You must come back Toby she cried You must to fItwas only when body and mind had worn themselves out with yearning herSrlclouancss of things about her and a returning sense of her obligation to others She tried to answer In her old smiling way and to keep tier mind upon what they were saying Instead of letting it wander away to the past Douglas and Mandy were overjoy to see the color creeping back to her cheeksShe joined the pastor again in his visits to the poor The women of the town would often see them passing and would either whisper to each other shrug their shoulders or Ilift their eyebrows with smiling Insla uIll tlons but Polly and the pastor were too much absorbed in each other to take much notice of what was going on about them They had not gone for their walk today because Mandy had needed Polly to help make ready for the social to be held in the Sunday school room to night Early In the afternoon Polly had seen Douglas shut himself up In study and she was sure that he was writing so when the village children Istopped in on the way from school for Mandys new made cookies she us her customary trick to get them aw nvan Tag youre It she cried and th dashed out the back door pursued by the laughing screaming youngsters Mandy followed the children to the porch and stood looking after them as the mad little band scurried about the back yard darted in and out among the trees then up the side of the wooded hill just beyond the church The leaves once more were red and yellow on the trees but today the air was warm and the children were eve ar lag their summer dresses Pollys lithe girlish figure looked almost tall byly mparison with the children about She wore a plain simple gown of which Mandy hnd helped herCoq It bad been cut ankle length Polly was now seventeen Hcr old fashioned manner her seri oas eyes and her trick of knotting her heavy brown hair low on her neck made her seem older Mandy waited until the children had disappeared over the hill then began bufltltoff about looking for the step ladder which Hasty had left under the vines of the porch It had been a busy day at the parsonage A social always meant perturbation for Mandy She j called sharply to Hasty as be came down the path which made a short cut to the village I laSesI rcastically usSure Is back answered HastyI good naturedly as he sank upon empty box that had held some thingabout for the social and pretended to wi pctHe tho perspiration from his toreheadIMassa John dose send yo to postofflce two hours ago said Mandy as she took the letters and papers tromt his hand Five minutes la rjty obr0 for say nigger to do jobtI done been det d Hasty drawled Youse always tamed when dars soapyYed himWhats Miss Pollyr Hasty asked ignoring Mandys reference to workg PollyShefetch that stepladder Into de 5nnd school room But I wants her Hasty insisted TB been on very Uvular business what she ought to know bout Whmatabbeybusiness rI got to liz de Sunday school room said Hasty as he perceived her grow tag curiosity You come hitcalled determined that of Vvillagewld ftWWell ta bout de circus Has answered seating himself again on the boL Days ahowln In Wakefleld t an next month days comln I Dat same circus what Miss PoUr aced ItlargecuriosityDe and Hasty nod mysteriously How ytf know date Mandy was stirsdCMIJIewK 4 ssaae N +e abtr 4 11- I r T JIIII111 I goes ahead wld all de pictures w dey pastes up I IAnwagonI yo been hangln roun thought Miss Polly might want to know See here lazy nigger don yo puttln no circus notions Into Miss lys head She don care no more Tobydonewbar she am Jes yo let her bet aint done nothln Hasty pro testedXebber do do nothln growled I dy Go long now an set a wo Ji I r edTag youre lit Potty cried Mos 4 oclock an dot Sunday school room aint ready yet Hasty pic ld up the empty box and the stepladuiT and went out tluro the gate lie had barely disappeared when a peal of laughter was he from the hillside and before Mai could get out of the way the young stets came tumbling down the bathyoagain Lawsy luwsy she gasped as Polly circled around her dodging the dyes Youse cheeks Is red as pin honey Tag youre It Polly cried as touched the widows auburn haired off- sprIng on the sleeve There was m walling when Willie passed the tote 6 little Jennie the smallest girl In the crowd I wont play no more she sobbedascause Is always itparlTo comfort her Polly began to sing old circus song that the children enhad learned to love and the little ones huddled about her In a circle to bear of the wonderful Van Amberg who used to walk right Into the lions cage and put his head In the lions moo The children were In a state of nerves that did credit to Polly as an entertainer when Hasty broke In upon the songWhen yo get a minute I want tell yo sometbln 1 have one right now And turn- Ing to the eager mites at her side Pol told them to run along Into the grove and that shed come pretty BOOn to teach them a new game toThe youngsters went screaming and I laughing on their way and she breath t ad a sigh of relief as she threw herself I down on the rustic seat that encircled the elm tree What is It Hasty r she asked peeling that be was in trouble with I Mandy Its bout de circus Hasty ed her bluntly The circus She rose and crossed to him quickly Its In Wakefleld an next month its acomln here Here Polly gasped I thought yod want ter know said Hasty a little surprised at her ck of enthusiasm Yes of course She turned away and pretended to look at the flowers nnDon youse tell Mandy I been tai in dat circus said Hasty was beginning to fear that he I a mistake but before Polly couldl deanswer Mandy came out of the bouse carrying baskets of food ntym She looked at the girls t face and drooping shoulders su hiWhatlIeriousboney absentlyMy newdresser out of her reverie Do you like It Polly asked eagerly forgetting her depression of a emoment thinkayMr John will like ItT nebberIdonepaca one time an do you think bt mightjesf MudderEvePoUylookedMandy continued comfortingly an yo certainly look mighty fin hy yease lust as good now as yo afore yo got buriedI wetyYes Im well rk laher i maounwelcome the old ii would be to her timeMyMuwhelpdadhim DoUIIIas lofttJnpI likN an yo learns him to GfnI r r r L You mustnt say learned him ta11lhthatanybody any themdotdot She rolled her large eyes at her young Instructress and saw that Polly looked Tery serious Shes gwlne ter hi spatPolla protestSee here aint you nebber She was Interrupted by a qu Have you never from Polly It done make no difference whet yo longlanas yo She always rkgrew restive under these ordeals Pollys firm controlled manner gem ally conquered Oh yes It does answered Po- I used to think It didnt but it does You have to say things In a certain way or folks look down on yon Is satisfied de way 1 be declared Mandy as she plumped herself down on the garden bench and began to fidget with resentment The way I am Polly persts sweetlySee here chile Is dat why y been asettln up nights an keepln de Tight burnlnr You mustnt say settln up You say sitting up Hens set 1So do I Interrupted Mandy ls doln It now For a time she pre served an Injured silence then turned upon Polly vehemently If 1 had think ob all dat ere foolishness eber time I open my mouth Id done been tongue tied afore I was born I could teach you in no time vol unteered Polly eagerly I dont want ter be teached protested Mandy doggedly Hasty Jones says Is too smart anyhow Men dont like women knowln too much ttkeers em Ia good enough for old man an I alnt atryln ter nobody elses Mandy wound up flatlyI But hed like you all the better persisted Polly laughing I dont want to be liked no better lsulha busy woman I is She made for conqueredlIySee here honey whose been 1arnln all dem nonsense I learn from Mr Douglas I rem em ber all the things he tells me andI Unight I write them down and say ti- ies Do this SheII beltshefists I whattoiIy 99tt These are ny douts Polly conid she pointed cuthuslnsttcally to wo- ges of finely written notes rnII louse what chile The things I mustnt do or say An youse been losln yoah grog 11 steep ft r dem tlngs Mandy looked incredu ous I d nt want Mr John to thshame 1 of me she said with leellI ing prl e I Well yod catch Mandy asettln up for 11i I Oh h What did I tell you Mater n dy Idly pointed reproachfully toI the reminder lu the little red look It was a ortunute thing that Willie in terrupt d the lesson at this point f Irtt I Mandy i temper was becoming uncert In The children had growIIweary i airing for Polly and Willie had been s nt to fetch her 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