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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i III r T a f THE AZEI REEN HEBALrTJ0 Established March 41885 Made Famous inthe Story of Jonathan and His Continentby Max ORell 0 P sP Cof trTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains SIOO a Year in Advance a TWENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JCLY Jo 190th NUMBER 3 I Lexington and Eastern Railway Tine Table In Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND NolNo 3 No fo STATIONS Daily ex I SundaySunday AMLve Jackson 6 10 am 2 20 pal 700 am- OK J U7 15pW am 2 I 20 25 ioI iaGam am Torrennnct11i 30 am 3 41 pmtI 815 aID 8t1Nat 45 am 3 M UIlI 48 am 3 57 Iml 828 aID Stanton 8 15 am 4 26 Ilm851 am of City 8 25 am I a5 pm 902 a- mLEJuncn4- Clay 9 QOam 5 U7 pm 1003uw Winchester 9 12 am 5 20 vmIIOI am- Lexlonar 9 55 am 305 pm11025 um it EAST BOUND No4 r NM STATIONS Dally andDaily ex = Sundaya Sunday m PM LnAI LyeI Lexington ofi 7 35 am2 25 2 3S p20Vincheater 13 am 2 IS 40I2018 2o pm 3 350 58 pmIHIStantonIIII 022 10 am am 4 30 pm S9 38 pm 4 4 35 pm 57 Nat Bridge57I 9 43 am 4 47 pm 62 9 56 am 5 10 pm 70 BeattyveJcl 7010 Ii am 6 05 pm 90 OKJuncni 90 1115 am 6 10 pm94 Jackson 94 1120 am CONNECTION- SL F JcKCTioxlraius Nos land will make connection with the C OKy for Mt SterlingJ CAMPION JUSCTIOX Trains Nos 1 2 f 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central 1 RT lor Pine Ridge and CampionB- EATTYVLLK JCNlTJOsTrsins No 2 1 will make connection at Beatty vine June with the L and A Railway for passengers o to and from Beattyville O K JUSCTlOsTrains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local nations on the O i K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager ji OHAS COTTUen Pass Agent I m KeatucKyt g Hallwaya- 1 1 Ime TableII- t May 21 I9O5 WESTBOUNDr1 No 33 S No 21 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex Sunday Sunday PM sea 0 27 PM ABB f 5 20 C Cannel City 22 1235 4 55 K Helechawa 20 12 19 4 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 f 3 52 22 Wilhurst 6 11 44 I 3 10 27 OKJuuction 0 11 15 i 3 00 I Jackson 11 05 f fEAST BOUND t tNo34 SS I i No22 Daily u =T STATIONS = IWlye x Sunday Sunday AMLVK PM LVK 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 llelechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 123 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wilhurst 20 151 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nog 21 and 22 will make close connectioi at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail way M L CONLEY Superintendent t mountain central1 HauioadI r No 1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 600a moo Campion 11 30 a m 200 p m Campion 000pm o No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampn JunclO 05 amI 3 80 pmCampn June 440 p The Mountain Central makesI connection with all L E pas senger trains i IIBOLINCIICAMPTON KY the citizens of Wolfe and INFORMS counties that he carries a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothesa and everything necessary to put away styleJiirSpecial supplied on 291 hours notice finest made if ordered 3 Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones Ac C HO- SENotary SEWELL Public STILLWATER KY Oflers his professional services to citizen of 1Wolfecounty and solicits the patronage of may lave legal papen to exeea OCceat his residence OB Blill water 4f rj1Li iCOUNTY NEWS1 t Loral Iteiiid ofgeneral I interest to a majority IiiofI IiiIlot rtllyrlista1l1timtls a CAMPION Mrs A B Cox is visiting her father Z T Hurt at Paxton F S Brown vjho is working inI Monifee county l was visiting at home last weeks 1 Mrs Louisa Blanks and daugh ter Miss Emma are visiting Mrs Claude Stamper E T Rose fho has been iin Texas for the pat eight monthsII returned home last week ii Courtney Drake who has been illj for several months is no setter i I1 The hope for his recovery is very doubtfuij iiI i J I Miss Emma Co of Hazel Greentr anjRosaBettie Brown lat weekf I i Mrs Etta Nelson who has beedI j visiting here for three months past will return to Veat Virginia Monday where she lives 5 Miss Ruth Hurst of Paxton who has been vie ing here for the SuItlayMrs A B Coxtj July 12 i BLUE BELL 11 Tortured 0n a Horse i Uor ten years i couldn t rider horse without being in torture frofii piles writes L S Napier of Rug less Kywhen all doctors another I remedies failed Buckleus I Arnica Salve cured me Infalli ble for piles burns scalds cuts boils fever sores eczema salt rheum corns 25c Guaranteed by all dealers LACY CREEK Stove Rose and familywere vis iting C S Sample and family last SundayMiss Mary E Trimble of Hazel Green is visiting her nephew Berry James and wife Harlan South and Blain Short of Frozen creek were recent guests of Mrs Mattie Perkins- A lot of young folks attended church at Landsaw Sunday Br Hen Taylor did the preaching Miss Zerilda Perkins spent Satt urday night with her consin Mr James Beatty at Hazel Green Miss Lula Rose was visiting he uncle Billy Murphy and family on Grassy Saturday sued Sunday Misses Mao Williams and Lillian Bicknell of your town were ployI ant guests of Miss Sarah Sample Saturday night Misses Lola Ambrose Ethel an daLouie Johnson and Ova Johnson were out pleasure riding in this section Sunday evening Miss Maud Daughter of J B McNabb of Toliver begun teaching 1 the public school here Monda with a good attendance Miss Floasi6 lacy spent an Jan joyable afterp on last Saturda with Miss Lola Ambrose of Y county but wio is staying with Mrs M V Roberts at Hazel Greeu The followhik persona were hi I Ily entertained it the home of Hon Cecmand wife of Consolation Cajsar Lindon and family of Gillmti J B Elkins wife and baby nd Mattie Perkins and two daughters of this place July 12 OpALiL Sees Mother Grow Yonnai It would ibjs hard to overate the wonderful change in mbt er since she began to use Eleqlnc Bitters writs Mrs W L Gi 1l patrick of pjmforth Me VA1I though past i4she seems really SheiBuffsits for 20 last she could neither vefiAt sleep poc lors gave i all remedies filed till Efyjilric Bitters worked uch woude ifor health they invigorate all vital organs cure liver and kidicy troubles induce sleep impaitjstraagtk and 8jPp trite Only SGJc at all taftlenjl J r i t I t t k TO CORRESPONDENTS Iail yonr I j items early so they willreach our office later thanTuesday morning Monday jiD silile News received after that will be published unless of unusual Advertise no ones imII writ on one silof the paper HALFWAY I Harvesting oats and laying by corn are the program In this vicinity Thf roads in this vicinity are better than they have been for time Miss Roxie Xickell of this place spent a pleasant Sunday at the home of Donie Nickell on Grassy near Daysboro Mr and Mrs Mort Nickoll of this place attended church at the lower schoolhouse on Gillmore last Sunday They report a good ser mon and large congregation There were services at the Neola schoolhouse Sunday Rev Harry Gardner the colored divine of Daysboro being tics speaker A large crowd was out and all be haved nicely July 12 XIOK A Night Riders Raid The worrit night riders are caloII melt croton oillor aloe pills They raid your bed to rub you of restt Not so with Dr Kings New Life Pills They never distress or inconvenience but always cleanse I the system curing colds head ache constipation malaria 25c all dealers LANDSAW Robert Halsey and Robert T cktett went to Jackson Monday Born to the wifa of Levi Dick iison a 12pound boy on the 11th Miss Caroline Taylor attended church at Murphy schoolhouse last SundayH Yhisiuau bought a two yearold heifer from Joe Halsey and one from Cleve Murphy Miss Ollie Swango secured the 4 Hurst school on Frozen creek and commenced teaching Monday E T Kash bought two calves of 4 George Smith two of W L Buch anan and one of R A Childers Schoolopened at this place last Monday with Prof W H Dean as attendo ance Ottis Gracie and Lucile Kash visitstheir grandfather Stephen Swan SundayrRevs Isaac and Murphy began a protracted meeting at the Murphy schoolhouse Sunday which will continue eight or ten days Floyd Murphy and wife and S Murphy went to Morgan county on visit last week returning Sun day and bringing two nice calves with them Hon Kelly Kash and wife and W L Kash were visiting Bascom McGuire Saturday and Sunday- y Kelly and wife went to Hazel Green Sunday evening to visit S H Kash and family sectionYright of way for the Mountain Cen 1tral railroad It seems that some ofhpublic improvement tiJuly 12 ANON CANNEL CITY reDiies Hannah Wilson of Insko made a flying visit to this place SundayIMrs Parker of Pineville has been visiting her sister Mrs Sam Freeze the past week beenhsome time has returned Miss Kate Freeze who has been taking lessons in vocal music into New York is now visiting her brother Sam Freeze Berry Wheeler a guard at the Frankfort prison and who has been visiting his parents and other friends in this section returned Sunday Taylor Day Jr of this place had his cash drawer robbed Satur day night of about 150 No dIS- covery haa been made as to who tepilty one IB Jmly 12 V J u SANDFIELD Rev John Wills and wife were guests of J J Catron Sunday F P Clark and familyvisited friends at Hazel Green Sunday Rev I L Honaker will preach EverybodyMrs John Hollon of Stillwator spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Will Hollon Miss Maud MeNabb started for Lacy creek this morning to commence her school- Courtney Stamper and Robert and Wick Childers spent Saturday night with Ed McNabb Quito a number of young folks were pleasantly entertained at the home of Miss Aquilla Hl dix last Sunday Camptonen route to Pomeroyton to visit friends for a short time Mr and Mrs Granvillo McNabb Mr and Mrs Byrd McNabb and John Gabon of Memfoo county were guests of W A Oldfield lust Sunday July 12 8111II Life 100000 Years Ago Scientists have found in a cave I I in Switzerland bones of mono who lived 100000 years ago whoa life was in constant danger from wild beats Today the danger as shown by 111 Brown of Alexander Me is largely from deadly dispaeU If it hud not been for Dr Kings Xew Discovery which cured me I could not have lived he writes suffering as I did from a severe lUlg trouble and stubborn cough To cure sore lungs colds obstinate coughs and prevent pneu monia its this heat medi zino on earth 50c and 100 juaran teed by all dealers Trial bottle free I TRENT Quite a crowd took dinner with Miss Ida Beasley Sunday- J W Hall and family visited Tom Hull and family Sunday Miss Myrtle Trent of Lacy creek was a guest of Ida LSuasloy Satur day J W Taulbee of Daysboro passed through this vicinity Mon dayHenry Vancleave and George Culbertson were visiting Taylor Vancleave Saturday night Mrs Belle Ratliffe accompanied by her son Leslie made a business trip to Hazel Green Friday J H Campbell and Jim Combs of Lacy creek passed through here en route to Stillwater Sunday Enard Trout of this place left Friday mrrning for Mt Sterling where he will work for a few weeks Cleveland OHair who has been in Middletown Ohio for sometime returned home a few days ago Taylor Vancleave of Lacy creek took dinner with David Penning ton and family of this place last SundayMrs Elmina Jordan of near Hazel Green was a guest of J H Barker and family Saturday night and Sunday Kelly Sally and wifWof Lacy creek were visiting pa rents David Peuningtou Saturday and Sunday Mrs J H Barker who has been visiting her sister Mrs Barney Blaukeusliip and family at Mt Sterling returned home Friday- J D Edwards has just finished saving hay for S C Rose on Still water He said he saved about 100 shocks last week Mrs Alice Rose of Stillwator passed through here on her way to Lacy creek where she will visit her sister Mrs Southey Lacy Oren Campbell of Hazel Green passed through here en route to Stillwater to visit his brother Rollin who is making his home with his uncle John Moore Quite a crowd spent Sunday af ternoon at the home of J H Bar ker aud family Among them we noticed Miss Ida Beasley Edgar Edwards Joseph Beasley David Coldiron and Henry Vancleave July 12 SUNFLOWER For SaleTwo of the Pieratt cottages for less than the lumber and lot can be bought One ara- in each lot five rooms in each boBH Apply at this office j l I t MURPHY FORKII Ben Murphy has ttle Mud 100 slieup for the Art Stor ling market Henry Rose of Hampton Sta jtion was a guest of Mort Cecil last Sunday alter an absence of four years Sunday July 11 Tom Tolson of this place died from typhoid fever and was buried Monday in thoII Ilohlerby gravevardbb MaggiePierattJ I I Mary MurphyI attended the meet 1 j ing at Goodwins Chapel Sunday I Dr Harry Murphy is overjoyed Iat present The cabin has a good tenant alullargll cropof corn whichII I was made by Long Dave Lawson I and a higher power II Aunt Patsey Oldfield of FlntI rock is a guest at the home of Dr j Harry Murphy She intends to visit all the Mnrnhys in this soc j tion She is SO years old and rides j horseback Miss Lula Rose the star of La cy creek way the guest of Miss Cora Murphy Sundny The place ww filled with sunshine 1 jThe1 he must come back again July 12l i POKT ii S100 REWARD S100 Tin readers of this paper will he pleased to Icaa a that there is at 4j least one dreaded disease that science has been aide to cure in all its sags avid tlia is catarrh Ilullsii Catarrh Cure iilo the onlh po ililt cure now kniiuii tn tin medical iViiteriiity Catarrh lacing a unstitutiuuallit requiresaeou stitntinnal trcattnent lulls Catarrh Cure iis taken internully actii directly upon the blood and mucous cur Ices of the system j thereby destroying thrt Inundation of the disease and giviui theiiIlluticnt strength by biiildint up the cunstitatiou and assisting nature in doing proprietors have so much faith iin its curative powers that they oiler One llunjlrcd Dollars for any ease that it fails to ciirij Send for list of testimonials AddrCslF11 CHKNKY IICO Toledo O Sold b4all Druggists Take Halls Family 1Ijlls for constipation t STILL WTER All the schools jin this district will begin today j j Squire 0 B Linkous was a guest of S C Rost Sunday Mrs S C Rose who has been improvingi 0 B Lmkous bought a tract ofI land from Owen CJoldiron recent ly paying 15 per acre Indications are Favorable for oilI on the Brewer JThey are about 1000 feet in depth at present Monroe and Kelly Rose and Jake Taylor Jr went ta Campton Sun dav to visit Henry Garrison and wife I Rev Willis L1kins of Grassy creek preached at the Stillwater bridge last Sunday to a good sized crowd I t A number of mtlu and boys from this section and C impton left Sunday for Grassy to begin work on the pipe crtk Bill and and Chas Lafore the drillers and tool dress ers on the Brewer farm weut to Campton Sunday Cleveland OH ir and Bee Crain who have been wrking at Middle town Ohio for two months past returned home laU weekIJ Squire 0 B Linkous issued a a number of supiimous for boys and men and had them appear be fore his court Saturday evening to testify as to whom they had been buying whisky frdm Several cases were made against the law breakI ers I The following oung ladies were visiting Miss Nijiuie Brewer last Sunday MissesiLuara and Stanley Maloney Stella Edwards Sarah Eliza and Ota Combs Myrtle Polly and Hattid Buchanan and a daughter of Brecjc Little of Camp ton i Rev Powell liose and wife of Lexington are oh Stillwater visiting friends and relatives They informed your correspondent that they will return home in a few days They arei having very good health and their many friends are glad to have them in our midst July 12 DOMINGO t F9r SaleA Victor graphophone wit1136 records will bo sold for less than the cast of the records 0 Apply at ithis office i iII 1 L I 0tt ft IONTHAT DAY I UaltetStatesNew York Sun When Liberty Bell rang out 188 years ago it told the world that a nation was born born to struggle and endeavor born to hope and purpose born to toil and accomplishrnnhas tiiivor before seen On that dlLY we were a nation of loss than 5000000 people notewo number over 85000000 with nearly 10000000 more in our possession across the seas- On that day our western boundary of occupation was barely 5001 miles from the Atlantic coast now that boundary is the Pacific Ocean with Hawaii Guam and the Philippines marking our way across that ocean to the far East naIi single hour we can send a message to Manila and receive its answer On that day our exports did tot yearIy 000On j that day our imports were covered by 25000000 now they approach 1500000000 On that day school houses were few and far between now nearly 270000 common schools are cen tors for the creation of good Amer i1 can citizenship besides several thousand universities colleges specialschools and other institutions of American educational ad= vancement with more than 20 000000 pupils and students therein On that day the few factories in our country barely supplied the wants of our few people now more than half a million factories sup 1ply the wants of 85000000 people at home and help to meet the needs ofother people by a yearly export contribution of manufactures worth 800000000 and baveattal yearly output of about 17000 000000 iu value On that day the deposits in our saving banks did not total 1000 000 now those deposits total 5500000000 besides 4400000 nationalbanks t istate banks 1 On that day our total money cjr culation was about 2i000000tnow it exceeds 3000000000 On that day our yearly postal receipts were less than 250000 now they are over 200000000 a + year On that day not a mile of steam railway existed in our country teratIont sides our enormous electric railway i mileage l glimmeredfeebly shine forth each representing a strong and independent American commonwealth t production 000 bales now the yearly output exceeds 11000000 hales On that day our national wealth was considerably less than 1000 000 now it is fully 120000Qob 000On that day a very few millions of dollars covered the yearly value of our farm products flow their yearly value exceeds 750QOOQ 000 On that day our annual Government ordinary receipts and ort nary expenditures were muchleBs than 5000000 now they ar each more than 600000000 On that day our cbiet nation r assets were faith hope coatagQ and patriotism now they arothe same plus accomplished efforVstrengthened national union 4 firmer grasp on the principles and trongeJhopeovercome as an incentive toward overcomes difficulties yet to be faced a spirit which enables OB to dare and do because we have dated and done and the confidence bora of the fact that we are Americana citizens of the strongest and most hopeful nation of the family of nations Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets gently stimulate the liver aud bowels to expel poison gB matter cleanse the yslm headi 3 i 1 l I I asrxni t J i t i J1tYf iY r 7I 4J r T 1 1ii i 4if I i lr THE HERAIiD EDterdttbe Haiel Orenn POtJ otJIeealeeondelallmatter1 r SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY July 15 19oJ WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMKS P ADAMS Judge AELLY KASU Commonwealths Attorney J tMeetsMonday in May third Monday in Septem ber- t WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CESTKE Judge AttorneyRoBERT Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday In April first Tuesday in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District No1C M Fallen third Friday in March June September and Decem ber District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and No 3S F Allen second Friday jvemberj May August and November + PoR Legl first Friday in May August and November District No5T C llollon second Fri day in March June September and De cember No GRoy Hnrst third Friday in May August and November 1 1District NorIi T Helton fourth 1 March June September and IDe 8JM Lovelace first Fri fcemberf February May August and No N = DEMOCRATIC TICKET WOLFE COUNTY t For County JudgeW B DUFF For County Court Clerk P L CARROLL For Circuit Court Clerk J C 1JNDON I For Sheriff GEORGE VSALLti For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For ABsessor J T CENTER For JailerJ C i LITTLE For Co Superintendent W TAULBEE For SurveyorECREECH ForCoronerJ RANK SAMPLE MORCAN COUNTY For Circuit Judge 32nd District J B HANNAH For Commonwealths Attorney 32- ndDistrictJOIIN1 M WAUGH For County JudgeI Co FERGUSON For County AttorueyJ P HANKY County ClerkJ I1 SEnASTIA 3ForSuperintendent TN BARKER Circuit Clerklt M OAKI Sheriff H B EROS Ss For JaiIerII C COM For AssessorWHIT KEMPLit1f IIAYtTHERE is now a general cry for i good roads allover the mountain 11country and people of this secti they should be built by Staid ate THE HERALD advocated policy of that kind in 1889 before tbeflu new constitution was made wi- x the result that Dr Stewart then a Senator from the district embracing Floyd county offered a billIthe State Senate for an experi i mental pike from Frenchburg to Hazel Green The State to furni conyiot labor and the count I throughwhich the pike ran piiy for the keep of the convicts i Sad that bill passed the house a became a law every thoroughfare in this mountain country would t now be a pike the land would be increased in value and each coon y ty having the pikes would be out iofthe pauper list If we can do the same now the constitution w 1 have to be amended so as to allow7rs the use of convicts in public works r and to that end every voter shouldj I at the next election vote for that j amendment It is generally be that the vote to amend will iilievedbut to be sure of it all shouldj l it There is no questionI roads enhance the value J ot land and lessen taxation Tb jj the counties now in the pauper 1 list i would be selfsupporting WithI I t good roads the farmer can get hisI j surplus to market and there will I always be employment for all who i wish to work Crime will be less I prevalent because the class that i commits crime will have employ ment and no time to idle An idle mans brain is the devils l workshop is the way th old saw goes and a study of crmiuology will convince anyone thfct there i r truth in the adage i j jForSaleAVictor crapbophone J It with 86 records j wUl be sold for 1 Jell than die cost of the Records I I 1 APP19at this oft I r I r T I j AT A meeting held hero Saturday afternoon for the purpose of find ing the feelings of the people toward granting rigbt of way for the Mountain Central railroad a large crowd of our representative farmers was preset Speeches I were made by Kelly Kash Com- o monwealths Attorrley and SteI phen Sample setting forth the ad vantages to be derived from the roadl and it was resolved that all1 present would do viii in their pow r to secure right t way and en courage the enterprise in ovary way possible Floyd Dfty one of tho owiiprs of the road made a speech rhAnltincr the nsnijld for their en coutfagemellt and assuring them thitj a corps of engineers would at onptj locate the line f and not earn thai Sept 1 a sufficient force wouldI bejfjnt to grading tHe road bed so the j the track wouljl be put down inninety days 7t e Messrs Dado y dot ask donations or help in any way1ttot construct the road betcAll jthey want is the right of way alidL then they are jtrepared to pay ou tja lot of money to men of our ov rf county to build the roadI Tfity could employja force of men elsewhere that coulil do more in a giviu time than oiir native help l i Offhey could let out the to foreign construction companies slid get it down with greater foci1l thittlejy wish to spend IIall the output rtJwhich they will bp subject anionsioarl home people that it may be enjoyed here at hqme The roadI a Gods blueing to all the W11j1be on this sidejof Campton nff the means of egress andl ill rees and transportation for allI et ifplus produce farmers may have to epare Any mail whoee laud isI p ietrated by this road will findI that he has enhauded the value ofr eVary acre he possesses by grantin- ri ht of way Three are so many at J1 outages to be jierived from r lijlroad that it hard to enumer a t4 them And tie money scat- t t i red through thejcountry in the fp conJuctions lifectly 1 or indirectly appealvNfI 1 to- Ss young men auo young women I paey fiiph an education We again do i this week and tve want in th isf 4rde to show tht it is a labor M j 1or Bi M in maintaining Hazel Gree 7A no manner nf t ttWaking eche- mthrst look at the enormous outlay It buildingsthp academy prop the1al11esIln tory industrial building etc fithoutj going i to details it is shafej to say that they have spent J 1 builtItoe fc jer it has been possible they have agonIfjke j the salaried of the faculty t embracing eight jor ten teachers Ifey are spendinr at least 8000 bjery year for the and incidentalj pxpenses which leaves them an Joually with a deficit ot 8000 Itot ills Now common grntitu j ould prompt every parent to pate j nize a people tho are doing so ej uch for their progeny to say othing of less crest and Hearne t4 home But even with all these I itthings in our fajvor or yours we patirpnizef t i1jtbey did not get is much for the sameUotime have the advantage of moral Iland Christian surroundings The jcoming year will be the best in the history of the schijol and we shoal d like to see the largest attendance IfISends S100 Arcola Ill July 809 KyDear Toatoffice money order for 100 eatenisj f 3 y another year We are cropsIPokIrs Cooper and yourself THEt fEBAZD and ectfully all other Kentuckians FLORA PACK tII a KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled Of the 14 prisoners who escaped tro the county jail at Paducad last week 13 are still at largebInn fight at a picnic on Elkhorn creek last Sunday Frank Olds aged 23 was cut to death and several others seriously jured 1During an electrical storm a large hay shed on the farm of It F Ileeves near Casey was struck by lighting and de strayed The shed contained 75 tons of hay Loss is 1800 Clarence I1l1l1bof Lexington the young mulatto who stabbed and killed Robert Gosney an aged negro in F ruary last was sent to prison for ei years for manslaughter- r Joe Milton of Richmond a brakeman on the Louisville Nashville was caught between two cars and fearfully mashed near Brush creek last week find is in a critical condition A large number of negroes men l Lexington Monday morning for the in search of work They nigni fled their intention of doing any kind of work in order that they might make some money Disastrous ruin and windstorm visited Letcher county last week Millstone creek and the headwaters of the Ittucky river were swept many cornfields hogCI flooded 1Silas Ida Porter of Spring Lake was e victim of a serious accident last week seIn descending the steps of the train on jits arrivalat Spring Lake she fell and her right knee on a stone cutting a gash which required ISstiches to close IWillie Cowley eight years old son of George J Cowley of Louisville was drowned at the coal float opposite the plant of the M A Sweeney Shipyard and Foundry company The body was recovered by the Louisville life saving crew In the arrest of a Chinaman at Hop kinsville Saturday police officials for a rggun wan the mur der of Elsie Sigel The man under ar arest proved to be Chung Louise of Huntsville Ala A panic among patients in the Ci Hospital at Louisville wascreated Sunday when Daisy Sweets crazed with cocaine ran amuck among the wards Screamil at the top of her voice the woman fought off attendants and defied capture for half1 an hour until a wagon loaded with po- ilice finally subdued her tbeoremineanearOwint6s v week Walter Jones shot and iinstantly killed Dory Shrout Moth men Wt re intoxicated and Shrout asked Join or a drink of whisky When Jones said he had novP Shrout made a grab at him and Jones drew his pistol and fired killing 1 him instantly Jones fled onfA thorough investigation of the death coupejail at Louisville who according to the coroner died of a broken neck has been ordered by the authorities Rice was i arrested for drunkenness and is said to have had delirium tremens It is claimed that while in his cell he repeatedly threw himself against the bars and that his iin- juries i i about the head were fatal The worlds most aucceesful medici for bowel complaints is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy aufletingInand saved more lives than any other medicine in use Invaluable for children and adults Sold by all dealers The Per Capita This Year Frankfort Ky July G 1909 SuperintendentsThe saridepay ment of teachers for the fiscal year ending June 80 1910 amounts to 297503200 400seper capita last year was 860 i this year is an increase of 40 cents hence this per capita for the years 19091910 is the largest in the his iftort of the State pupiltreports as follows Pupils in cOuDties591679Pu- pils in citiell1522WTotal743908 The school census last vear was 788021 pupils This year the in pupilsI teachers of the State On July 22 1908 in yearIand now the biggest forward move KentuckyIand today I repeat it We are in augurating here and now the big1 gest forward movement of the J schools in Kentucky since the past forty or fifty years You willsee this sentence again Better help now 1 Respectfully submitted J G CHABBK Superintendent I G i Notice A Sunday school celebrationl will1 ibe held n the Bethel church grove Gosneyvill on Saturday July 31 I L mat one oclock Music games short talks refreshments etc to t e had All invited to come andI have a good time pastorDI When the stomach fails to per torm its functions the bowels be come deranged the liver and th kidneys congested causing numer ous diseases The stomach and liver must bo restored to a healthy condition and Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets can be depended upon to do it Easy to bybtIY The public school at this place auspiceads of Misses Falay Long and Nancy Mapel and showed an attendance- of 56 which is the record for this thethey believe the attendance will iincrease by this time next week and possibly double in number Parents who have children should avail of this opportunity as the probability is thoy will never find two teachers bolter equipped than he incumbents The Cause of Many- Sudden Deaths There ia disease prevailing in th country most danJerousbecauseso deceo i the Many sudden deaths are caused by itheart disease pneumonia heart failure apoplexy are ofte the result of kidney disease II kidney trouble is allowedtoadvancethekidneypoison ed bloodwill at1 tack the vital organs erasing catarrh of the bladder brickdustl or sediment in i 1 lamebackbreakdownBladder troubles almost always result andbelteri quickest by a proper treatment of the kid neys SwampRoot corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it I necessitytythroughtheduringtheI remedyisj restoringprollertiesanyoneSwampRooti sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this gen makesany name SwampRoot and dont let a dealer sell you something in place of SwampRoot if you do you will be disappointed Farm for Sale 0timllCrbalanceany rocks ail fenced and cross fenc everlasting fine water plenty of outbuildingsiif put in tobacco would pay for the far the first year Close to town good schools andchurches Price reserving five acres part of whice iia in ginseng 2000 neWrite J H MIZK Vaughns Mill Ky I I 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE COP TRADE MARKSI I Anyone pending m sketch and I whether anInveonlions wrlctlyconfldentlal HANDBOOK on Talent sent free OMuat acency fomecunnirpatcctJi YIIptdalScientific American MinincwadealersMBran omc C Jr lit Wblnatoo CoII I i accouatedlthUaaaoratesof their style accuracy OIJTIeMeCtI JingaxtarTheQenof rskbalea-aorwburiMHnryother Laallrstlnc OaIpunscutaaeuummLactnae0tent Lentnombr 5 cent ry nb ciib rftuaMeCaH Pkt rem Free Sunetir today taberlashcrmmitoi prnITHK UcCAU CO N w Yi DR C H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY siteseasattnI Grew JiNu1k CLBARINGUP SALE Gotting oaag FaIl Gooas a J I MAPLE 5 TROY aAreI reducing stock to make I I room for Fall Goods andareI j selling Flowers and all otherII millinery right down at coat WOivo them a call and see how cheap 1 they are selling everything I lfrimmed 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it first destroys the germs which cause this trouble After this is done nature soon brings about a full recover restoring the hair and scalp to a perfectly healthy condition i UuStbythoJCAyerCo Lowell SJua WE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTSUOXA KOLA Miss Sarah Sample of Lacy creek was visiting relatives here Monday Roy Endicott and wife and Miss Daisy Hurst of Millersburg are at the Swango House this week Francis Madden of Stillwater Monday bought of E F Cecil a large yoke of work oxen for 1001 Jim Seitz Cole of West Liberty is visiting his cousins Misses Catherine and Myrtle Cecilof this place Our progressive townsman J T Day left for Torrent Tuesday to spend a fow days looking after hid hotel and other interests there The meeting which began at the- M E Church South Tuesday night under the ministration of Revs Ragan and Weber will be continued two weeks or more which will depend on the interest mani fested Flave Cecil son of Mr and Mrs E F Cecil has the thanks of the editor and his bettor seveneighths fur a peck of the fittest eating ap ples we over tasted Wo do not know the yariety but they are par excellence and very pallatablc Opher K Cull a former student of Hazel Green Academy and a nephew of Mrs G W Wheeler is now an evangelist of the Christian church in Florida where he is doing good work in the Masters vineyard Kelly Kash Commonwealths Attorney and his bride nee Miss Nell White were guests of Sam Kash and wife Sunday and with Sam and his wife and Will Kash of Jackson they all visited the old home place on Stillwater now oc cupied by Baecoiu Mcuuire and wife Sams sister There will be an ice cream festi t val held at Goodwins Chapel Saturday July 17 and extended into the night the proceeds of which will go to the benefit of the Meth odist church at that place The ladies wish to paper the church and put in a new floor Every body is asked to patronize tho fes tivalMrs G W Wheeler who was visiting relatives and friends at Stamping Grounds Georgetown and Lexington for two weeks re turned home Friday She met her sister Miss Bettie Yarbrough at Stamping Grounds their old home Miss Bottie spent the winter in Florida with two other sisters and after her recent visit home she re turned to the land of flowers J w Little Geo Rice of Maytown is as industrous as young farmers generally but after putting out his crop this year he was taken sick and could not attend to it The consequence was that the weeds were in possession But he for tunately ia a member of the Junior Order American Mechanics the members of which located at May town last week turned in and work- edl out all his crops in the best 1 manner possible George appreci ates their action very muchand lays he hopes some time to be able Jo reciprocate r jJ r lMrMra Buckskin Harness Tho continued wet wpather wo have had for the past moth or so i brings to mind a story of ante bellum times when all that freight for Hazel Green was hauled from Flemingsburg There was a regu r placerj every i ious to have tlie best looking team j wagon and harness Among the I drivers was Cam NickejlkI anti he decided that he would hfcve a setI of harness that would Uethe envy of all the drivers on die road so he had a complete set iof harness made of genuine buckssin embel lished with ornaments Whey were very handsome and the fimiration i itIdrove into Poplar riaitjs a station I on the road his wagon tas not inII sight He unhitched fed his built a fire and spread his harness out to dry Along iid the night the wagon pulled into camp the harness have shrunk jbefore the fire At least that iis jtjie way he told tho story about hid buckskin harness j tlj aJJAdvantages of allroad Tho Mountain CentJajl Railroad will give Us a more dire t mute toII Winchester Lexingtojijaod other central points and wiljll also l llonII our freight rates Ejvpu their rate does not endrjmch on the I 0tl K rates the rats they make i I i to Hazel Green merchants wIllat l least save the wagon freight now I paid and enable thenjtpsell goods I at that much less TliuL the build ing of this road is suie to help all the people of this section and thoI poor man is sure to creel it more than anybody else Then again the small farmer cahj dispose of his produce to bettgrj advantage and this is especially the case I while the road is under construction Butter eggs dickens and all kinds of vegetables will be in demandand bring good prices Then think of the Facilities for I getting away from tOor coming back which it will atlord and you must cbuscienciouslyjI i do all in your power to get iitl extended to our town- Opening J j IfI Their Eye to the Value TilingSince some of the farmers owning mtjrsh land are opening their eyes tq the impor tance of tiling and bringing it into commission and if they could be made to see how mucpi it will im prove their low land ito tile it Mr I Fetterly could not supply the de mand that will be made thud they should hoar in mindithat once tiled this land becomes mate productiveJ i every year You ijajn plow over the tiles they are tnino sense an impediment and where there was formerly a drain the jand soon lev els up Indeed withi l every season it fills more and mjne Let every farmer who is at al is eptical about the matter try a sojattl acreage and be convinced and how is the time to do it But abojv all dont get it into your head Jljat this paper or its editor bench jsj in any way by this enterprise ojity in the fact that you are benefited and we are glad of it I JJ- I 1 1 I j Rescued From Officers at Cannel Citi1 Grover Whitakefwho was charg ed with shooting hi4 wife in Okla homa near Ardrh jre about six months ago and vho has since been living at Cannel City was Monday arrested U y two men claiming to be duty authorizedof fiers from that sate hand cuffed and made ready Po go with them whoil a party of Ithis friends said to be about 100 tpdk him from the arresting officers Yhom they disarmed The resItfers thou took i I unJ10Ckthey were told tc ko Our informant said the tvfcj men hesitated not at a ha order of their going but welts We do not know he parlie forho thus inter fere with the sting officers ort buqwothemselves in seiius trouble ancf shall watch the i SBB with much in tereiitii i ii- ii L 0 f r- II t 1 l tll Itt i I 1ti I f tI fJI Men at Work on the Pine Line The Cumberland Pipe Lino Co- iR now taking up scraping and painting the pipe from Campton through to the end of the line Last year they renovated the lin to Let Caskeys farm on Grassy and there is when they began Mon day morning About h0 young men are employed all homo boys and the wage is 175 per day They do about onehalf mile each daywhich gives thorn employment for sometime Tho furco now employed is mostly from Camp tOll anti Stillwater and among thos wile passed hero Sunday going to the job we noted Jake Taylor Jr Ed Buchanan Sam Carroll A J0 Barker Taylor Drake Willie Steele Jesse Hose Granvillo Rose Jasper Stoelo JJ D Rose Jas Barker Benefits to be Derived From the Mountain Central Railroad One instance of the benefits to bo derived front tho Mountain Con tral railroad when built to this place can bo cited in the fact that each of our merchants pay from 75 to 100 in freight from Hele chawa to this point Or to bo explicit 20 cents per 100 pounds ol freight Woll if they can save 20 ceutlj in freight on every 100 pounds of sugar come etc they in tarn can sell to the consumer 20 cents on the hundred less and thou fore every man who has to buy groceries or canned goods is j bonilitted to that oxtent and vlu i iis iijt that does not have to buy moJe or less If you will just study out the sequal to the build I iugof the road to this point you muit concede as wo allege that everybody is benefitted j I j j Funerals to be Preached I Un Sunday July Loth the fu nerals of Mrs W H Davis and Farmer May will be preached by Revs John Prater of Magoflin county and Dr G M1 Center of Haell Green They will bo preach ed Jit what is known as till Davis graveyard between Neola and In skJ Services will be held in the mcjrning On the same day at 5JiJt j 1 oclock p m the funerals of twj colored women Mrs McRiar Wilson and Diora Reed will ho preached at the Neola schoolhouse nehr the graveyard where they are bt tedtby the Rev Yates a color eddiviue of Jackson t A Rising Young Man Robert L Cord a member of then t- ws stall of the Herald was elect ed principal of the Mt Sterling I 4gh School at a meeting of the Bard of Trustees held there Tues dy night Mr Cord is a resident of Mt Sterling but has been living itl Lexi ngton for the last four y ars attending school He Will graduated from Transylvania Uni vjjrsity last June receiving the Ali degree Mr Cord is an able apd popular young man and line shade many friends in Lexington iIIr Cord is a son of Prof W It Collegiate 1 Notice of Application conIfictedJ I ter in the Circuit Court of Magof I 190jflltvingGovernor WilUon or Lieut Gov t fernor Cox as the case may be for restoration to citizenship andall vho object will notify the Governor and state in writing any ob jection f ROBERT TIITON Sellars Ky Col P B Winn of Winchester was a guest of the Day House Wed especialI ring after which he left for Cannel City Phip has many friends in Hazel Green and vicinity allof whom were glad to see him looking so well Teething children have more or less diarrhoea which can he con trolled by giving Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy All that iis necessary is to give the prescribed dose after each operation of the bowels more than natural and then castor oil to cleanse the system It is safe and tare Sold by all dealers J II IINSKORev lohorn Lykins of Malone preached here Sunday One of the twins of Pres Railf y and wife died tho other day tripoto Hazel Green a few days ago j iMra G W Conlny who has been Hick for tho past two weeks is improving John Strickland and wife ro LieIwhoroI k tives JudgeJ Hlair of Wnwt Liberty was here last week to examine luij hite11 insane and sent him to tin asy IlUlU July I1r XT Little Louie Johnson daughUr of Mr and Mrs W P Johnson t Carrie Avenue has thy thanks the editor anti his butter sevenI eighths for a muss of nice cucumII hers Stamper Prandi and Pino Chi corruspondonctt were ruuoivcd tot lato for imMiiutioii CorrespondII ents if you want your letters pub lished you Mf T get them in thi H ollice Monday evening if possible and not later than Tuesday morning t Soreness of tho nuisulud whclhor induced lIty violent exercise or injury is tint ckly relieved by tho free application of Chamberlain Lini meal This liniment is equall- valuable for miiHuiilar rhinunatism I aunt always affords quick relicr Sold by all iloa- lornCASTOR I A For Infants anti Children The Kind You Have Always Bought IBoars the- Sibuatut e of C- Mtl lUanior Mdl July II I Rt layDear1 l HAXKI GKKKN HKIAII some ttm ago and have not received a copy1 T will appreciate it very much iif you vrill scud it at once Vour trulyITho C W U l1 have Hindu ar ran gontents to build another water tau k on the hill sons to have plen ty of water for their engine and in curio of lire This tank will be fill ed from Red river Work will be gin at once and everything be in readiness by the open of school in September A gentleman from Winchester has the contract to build the tank and put in the dynamo to lil it All Aboard For Hazel Green U o hope soon to announce posi tively that Hazel Green is to have a railroad the extension of the Mountain Central from Cainpton The report is that John C Day the owner of the road with his brother Floyd will this wook endeavor to secure the TIght of way The distance is about ten toile Tho land owners should encourage the promoters with right of way for the benefits derived from the road will abundantly compensate for the holdings Tim citizens can well afford to guarantee thin free right of wuyIt Sterling Advo cate Prof Cord in Town1J Prof Wm II Cord principal ofr the Mt Sterling Collegiate Insti tute at Mt Sterling is a guest ofr John M Rose He is hero to re now acquaintance with old friends and as he has a legion of thorn ini and around our town ho will probably bo here several days Prof Cord was principalof our school1 for several years atilt many young men who in hereditary line were doomed to husbandry of the hoe and plow respectfully are now enjoying places in the shudat a handsome salary There are lot I of young men who say ProfJ Cord saved mo from the drudgery of farm labor indeed learned me that there was an easier way to live and just as honest ThanksI to him For SaleTwo of tho Iiorat- cottages for less than tho lumber and lot can be bought One acre in each lot five rooms iu each house Apply at this office I j I I r L = Rw tI The Bindi You Have Always Bought and which has been I Iin use for over SO scars lias onnio tho signature of Zv r i fif I All Counterfeits ItnitationsuullustusloadarobutI Kxpcrinicnts that triflo t jib and endanger the health or Infants and Children Experience against Experiment I IWhat is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless sitlistiditu for Castor Oil Pnre flurie Drops aid iuuf hill Syrups It is Ilensant It ofeoulains neither Opium IMorphino our other Narcotic stdislancc IItsayeiSi its guarantee It destroyst Worm anti allays 1Vvcrishncss Jt cures Diarrluea mill AViiul folic It relieves JNt hill Troubles cures Constipation anil Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the 11HfumHh anil IJouels iviinc healthy anil natural sleep rite Childrens 1anaeea Tho Mothers Friend I GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ofrl I 9- j 0 j The Kind You Have Always Bought YearsyI THe INIYR COMPANY TT MYRRY STKCCT otw WORT CITY CECIL BROS Dealers in General Merchandise Country Produce etc lOur stock lf Sprint andjSiuntyifr I iuid jis complete J Ail1 tli latist styles in Dross Goods and Linens I CALICOES at 5 Cents a Yard t IIII OUR FINE LINE OF j SHOES a OXFORDS 1 Ir upt nit and vilii i astonish you If You Dont See What You Want Call For It I 1 J1 THE NEXT SESSION OFI1 1AZEL REENACADEMYt WILL BEGIN bi 1 TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 L t iI Kash Johnson8 Rash I IjDEALias IX General 1 l Merchandise sII COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KYIrI thesembracing general stores I andVegetablesHAMILTONBROWNI SHOES t a specialty NVo hve tljem in all tho varied styles and quality for WOMEN A1 AIEJ anti sell thorn at the lowest margin of profit Shoestsome very Gn6 and soldAtI iI j Kashj Johnson Kashu- JaI i f i i I C I r 11i PI IiIi- j I IiPams1 i i i u My mother iii a great siji ferer from rheumatism and E nIi onlyremedyi l MRS G DAVENPORTI Rpycefield NlJl II atJ 1 1ifhepains of rheumatism almost invariably relieved wiH Dr Miles AntiPain Pills Th 71- I also overcome that nervous irfifII tation which prevents sleep IchronicI able When taken as directed jI I they relieve the distress and J r L save the weakening influences jo= pain which so frequently prJ trates Many sufferers use th rl1 whenever occasion requires wit the greatest satisfaction wl not you They do not derangb the stomach nor create a haljiti Why not try them Get a pail age from your druggist Take t Iaccordingit does not benefit he will ret rh monevii 1 I your I i Il i L t V M N2 S POULTRY FEfcCEVenr Close H 4eoloW boa Uti r u S055 ckupw tha u a wdM tar cmUIoc bawUc fall aat tudoc t- I 11 o2SS ma 00 TMCilk Ht Kauu Car It- t j- Tt rff I THE VERT BESltii fHjHave any of our readers seen atre Weeklyfpurposeworth as an educator in all things prosperqlGBnd earth jHj The editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve tatsJJ produce a lla cfamilyr r l mother and children in reaching that higher level in social i twhere content and comfort refts supreme j1 IFather obtains ample information lt4dhowi income from his efforts The mother in management of house II j ecdnomygovernment r duties that makes her toil a lljpr Mdheartsf questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in pjali cfugiI The Grand Idea being that ct4S j are our Homes sowlll be the C m I jAj i np i sectarian sermon each week I i1Scpreached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and ttni 6tslivinglife that brings nought but misfeiy to the home sJr I featIg I unj i mows verdict of its eaders bei L The cleanest axtI best faIJi y fVJeekly known to 1 f Sample copies may be had by writing to theENQDZX R CoKFAky Jlyacinnati o L I f 1 f f Lt arI J i i I POLLYi hetCJRCUS By NAkGAKET MAYO JJ- Cnhr 198 by Dodd I4ad tad Company iI I OUGLAff was turning towara the boLse when the Widow Willoughby came through ti wicker gate to the left of ti parsonage carrying bunting for the social She was followed by Miss Per kiWi with a bucket of pickles which Mandy promptly placed on top of Elversons Ice ream The women plained that they had come to put the finishing touched to the decorations InlrluKeJthis announcement IMrs Wlllouihby was greatly worried Iwrauso her Children had not been home since thje afternoon school sesI horlon Upon Bearing that they i Polly she plainly showed herwereII dlapnichedfMandy for t6f m She saw that her annoyedhimwhen two of the deacons arrived on the scene slab carrying baskets and parcels for the I the Strong way led tt MeiaLII what to think They had been talking excitedly as they neared the parson age for Strong disapproved of the re ant i changes J which the pastor had I made In the Church service He and Douglas had flashed more than once I sine the baseball argument and 11 deacon bad realized more and mo that he had mpt a will quite as strong i as his own His failure to bend the parson to ht4way of thinking w making him rrltable and taking his mind from hilt business Can you biat that he would exclaim as he trued away from sot disagreement Kith Douglas his temp ruffled for till day i Polly was utterly unconscious of the unfriendly glaiices cast In her direction as she came turning into the gard leading the widows two children She nodded ayly to Julia Strong w was coming through the gate th hurried to Mirs Willoughby beggl that the children be allowed to remain a little longer She was making new game sh4 said and needed upi and Jennie for the set J DII My children do not play in promis j j cuous gamesi said the widow icilyc J Ob but tails Isnt propropro Polly gamYouandV I dont carp to know The widow I turned away end pretended to talk toIJulia I Oh gaspefl Polly stunned by th rebuffShe Itb bowed head la the- enter of the circle The blood flew from her chee I goDouglasaideWalte Sbdpaused All 5yes uponthengrownupscanWhy yea cf course IIooGood setInowExcusetdeaconsoutthroughThe deacon and the women stared at each other aghast Well what do you think of thaUII llyIngakir 0figure of the pathIaretalkingPerkinsTheparsonaraaslstpmeawmu e4StIlI Jti f Its enough to make folks talk p- In utIMrs Wllloughby with a sly lat the deaconsIAn me awaltln to discuss the new church service bellowed Strong And me awaiting to give him Mrs Elversons message piped ElversonI The church bore all this in sllen BO long ns that girl was sick snapped Miss Perkins Hut now shes perfect ly well and still ahanglng on No wonder folks are talking Whos talkln thundered Strong j Didnt you know simpered Mrst I j Willoughby not knowing herselfj 0Icaring so long as the suspicion grew Know what yelled the excited deacon Mrs Willoughby floundered Miss Perkins rushed Into the breach IeWell If I was deacon of this church IeIt seems to me Id know somethi about whats going on in It What Is goln on shrieked t now desperate deacon pltylngr l cvIecHiIeshook their heads at his hopeless stu pldlty litStrong was not accustomed to crit icism He prided himself upon his acuteness and was above all vain about his connection with the church 08He looked from one woman to the oth helpeass rage The little deacon at his side coughed nervously Strongs pentup wrath exploded Why didnt you tell enme Elverson that people was atalk lnJ he roared In the frightened mans hoexc enElverson sputtered and stammer ofnsounds so Strong again turned to Miss PerkinsWhat is guts on he demanded The spinster shrujjgedhcr shoulders t DNT KNOW DAT ana iirtca net eyes heavenward knowing that nothing could so madden the tdeacon as this mysterious Inference of mentione She was right Strong uttered a deeper at Bah and began pacing up and down the garden with reckless strides Mrs Willoughby watched him with delight and when he came to halt she wesimpering sweetness What could folks say she ask girllivingShe found no words at this point and Strong now thoroughly roused de ated that the congregation should have no further cause for gossip and I went cut quickly In search of Douglas Whoa Strong was gone Elve at the set faces of the mom and attempted a weak apology for pastor 001 dare say the young m was very lonely yery before she cameLonely snapped Miss Perkins 1 1 Well If he was lonely I didnt kn The deacon excused himself nerr StrongThe bunt- Ings and retired with bland smiles the Sunday school room feeling th they had accomplished enough for the time being Strong and Dreraoa crossed tile putGtTIte7jjhiI u JIIIMM 1 It 1 t I 4 f A 1tearing down the path Strong called I to him but Douglas darted quickly be I hind the hedge The deacons looked at one another Inj speechless astonish ment Presently the silence wns broken by the distant voice of Polly counting from ojie to a hundred The eaderceof the church I Wall playing hide and seekMr I Douglas shouted Strong when his breath had returned Hush hush whispered Dough looking over the hedge He peeped cautiously shout him then came Ito e11fae1 IwayItll be a goon thing for you If never comes beck said Strong lple1I1Ig ant meaning in his tone aelow steady voice thingsYensthat are goln oh here and I want to talk to you about em Very well bijt see If you cant talk In a lower keyt Never mind about the key shot ed Strong angrily HBut I do maid Something In his eyes made the deacon lower his cot We want to know how much longer that girl Is golnl to stay here Indeed And why The color was leaving Douglas face and his It4ww becoming very Hquare Because shes been here long enoughI agree with you there Well It dont make no difference whether you do or not Shes got to jI Goi echoed iiDonglai Yes sirabob Weve made wp our minds to that And who do you mean by we The members of this congregation replied Strung Impatiently Am 1 to understand that you are speaking for them There was deep frown between the young pas tors eyes He was beginning to be perplexed Yes and as deacon of this church Then as deacon of this church y tell the congregation for me that that Is my affair Your affair shouted Strong wh that girl Is llvln under the churchs roof satin the churchs bread Just one moment You dont quite understand 11111 minister of this church and tar that position I receive or am supposed to rerelvi a salary to llvii on and this parsonage rent free 4thethe church Ilemeinlxir that pleases There was an embarrassing lIellc The deacons recalled that the pastors salary wax slightly In arrears Elver son coughed nuwkly Strong started You keep out of this Elverson he cried Im runnln thin affair and aint forgcttln jniy duty nor tike par sons i I shall endeavor to do my duty as I see It answered Douglas turning away and dismissing the matter Your duty la to your church thun dered Strong Youre rlghtj about that Deacon Strong answered Douglas wheelln i about sharply and my duty to the church Is reason enough for mynctlng caseIsonly reason you keep that girl here 1No1 I thought soh Youve heard her story you must have heard Site was left with me by an old clown who belonged In the cir cus where she worked Before he died he asked me to look after her She has no one else I shall certainly do t so tThatt well now and jjble to go back where she came from Do you expect us to tal t So thats lti cried the pastor with a pitying look You think this child is unfit for your homes because she was once in a circus For some rea son circus to you spells crime You Deacontyet you insist that I send a good 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