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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- E I t iI t f E I I r I ji t 1 r I 1 If 1 i I rrjj i f r THE RiziL GREEN HERALDo i EstabliflhedMach41885 Made Pamons in the Story of Jonathan and His Contlnentby Max ORelJ 01 SPBNCBU Owiinrnnil omrtrr1 Oldest Most popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year in Advance i j TWENTYFIFTH YEAR I i I 1909I NUMBER 4 Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND No1 I No3 A 05 STATIONS I Dailyex Daily and Sunday I Sunday lundaY1IIulyi veAMLvrI6 10 am i po ttJackaon ti15pm upw 7ltaw Jel 7 07 am 3W pm 7fH am 3Uam 3 41 pm 815 IUD i Turrent17 45 am 3 56 pm S 26 aID 4S am J 67 pu 528 aUI Stanton 8 15 am 26 pm 854 am Clay City 8 25 am 14 35 pm t02 aID I Lt EJuncn 9 0O am 07 pm 1003 aID Winchester 9 12 am 20 pm 1012 am l I Lexton ar 9 55 am I 16 U5 pm 1025 am t EAST BOUND No2tt No4 Daily ex = STATIONSaiIyi aUll SundaySunday PM LyeAMLyeI 2 25 tI 7 3i am I 13 am2 3S 2 a8 pm01Wlnche8ter12011I 26 pm 350 02 am l 3 58 10 am 4 30 pOll Campton Juntn 9 38 pm 4 35 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57I 9 43 am 447 pm 62 Torrent II 956 am t b 10 pm 70 BeattyveJc 1017 am 6 05 pm 90 11 15 amt Jackaon1946 10 pm 94 11 20 am t CONNECTIONS- L E JCJJCTIOX Iraiu No land w ill make connection with the C t O Ry r for Mt Sterling CAMPION JUNCTION Trains Nos I 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By lor Pine Ridge and Campton BKATTYVUK J LECTION Trains No2 will male connection at Beattyville June with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyville O K JUNcrloaTrains Nos3and4 J connect with the O k K Railway for local I 4stations on the O K Railway t f W A MCDOWELL General Manage- rOHABSCOTTOenPaaaAgent r Olio1 KentDGKy Baiiwag time Table May 21 I9O5tl WEST BOUND I u No33 1H Iho214 4DIii1 ex =j STATIONS = Daily ex i SuuJay Sunday IPMABR 0 I IrIMIABB I 6 12 35 4 55 11 Helecbawa 20 12 19 J 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 I 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 ViIhurst 61144 l 3 10 27 OKJunction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05J J 1 1EAST BOUND 1 No 34 1 1Daily 1AMLvaf 1 ex- Sunday I 7 10 7 33I I 8 837 745 24 925 930 2to i 27 21 19 13- i jIj i STATIONS Cannel City Helechuwa CityHampton Wilhurst OK Junction Jackson 0 o 6 11 13 20 I27 Nu22Daily ex- Sunday P M LVK 100 1 17 1 23 1 44 1 51 2 25 2 30 Nos21 and 22 will make close connectioi I at O K Junction with Nog 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail way W L CONLEY f Superintendent t mountain central mm No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 000 a mCampton1130 a m 200 p m Campton 600pm No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampn JunclO 05 am 3 80 pmCampn Junc 4 40 pm jtI The Mountain Centralmakes with all L E pas 11connection g B F BLINC- UNDERTAKER1 Jtr CAMPTON KY 3 3INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and counties that he curies a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the styleSpecial supplied on 24 hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones Ac C KO- SENotary SEWELL Public STILLWATER KY Oflers his professional services to citizens of Wolfe county and solicIts the patronage of all wbo mal uve legal papers to ueeate OCceat Ins residence on Slillwater L r COUiNTYf NEWStt Local Itetnsfgeneral i i interest to djnijoritt i four rcadeite CXhCCit1 ally distn ntlfrieudft II f STILL WAFER James Hush bong It a cow last week from Singer hJ Be for a pri vate price f Revs Jeff BreqJr and James Tolson preached tbjiia good sized crowd at Laurel SiiiJday p Mrs Robert J RoLe went to Ha zel Green today tl 1spendeoveral days visiting her children and other relatives t r i W R Foreman driller on the Brewer farm returned from Camp ton today where jia had been to see his wife over Sunday I j The tweutvtwo monthsold ba by of Rev Jeff Bjrewer and wife and the baby of jflL L Rose and i wife are very low hWith something like flux i i ti Rev John C Barker of Still jj water Bridge took dinner with i Rtv Jeff Brewer dulnday and called I on your correspondent in the r afternoon I i I 1 1 I I If nothing happens to prevent drilling the oil wel on the Brewer farm will be completed tomorrow evening They pie down to a depth of 1200 feat j and will reach oil sand this afternoon George Beasley of Lacy creek broke up housekv ping some time age and gave his buugest daugh I ter Miss Ida toj C Pose and I wife to raise The girl is 11 years IousIj homo i jJ j iI f I Thu following persons dined1 with Jeff Kdwumsjand family lasttjr Sunday S C losewife and1 mother Ida Beasjev D B Tyrajj and boys Erna titI Hermon Gooi Beasley of Lacy creek Nathm1 L Combs of Laodsaw Joseph A 7 Rose of Hazel Gotten Laura Mal loney of the Buchauau fork and Etta Maloney andjchildren of Bigt Branch All slept an enjoyabl afternoon j i I Jl H Fowler District superinj- tendent j of the jlSagland Divisioiji for the New Domain Oil Gai Company has ten here for th f past six or sevens aya looking alteri the companys iinterest of puttingf down a hole on the Brewer farm William Reeve 2nd son Clark f were released from doing any fur ther work Friday I morning of last week by Mr Forer and took the tram at Camptcjn 1 the same evening I for their home at Mt Sterling Sam Spencer qnb of the firm of J Spencer and Marshall and the same man who drilledI two tesjt wells some time tfince on the TraceI fork of StillwatpiJ one on the G W Lovelace f4 tand one thp Leonard Tutt atm will be herjsp this evening ai4will4 run the af ternoon shift jtyoah Creech will drtss tools for Mrj Spencer Spencer i is au exper driller and tool Fowlirtaitcompany in emfajoying him as he is a man with long experience in tM oil bnsiuessj i i July 19 j jjDob1IN00I I Torture lOn a HorseII rldei3horse 1 a i Q leesRutpilesKy whfen all doctorsatdIj othr remedied ailed Buckled 9 i Arnica Salve cdrpd me Infalii blp for piles Bdrns scalds cuffs biils fever suites eczema set l rheum corns I J25c Guaranteed by all dealers i i I J I i I I r J H f I 1 f IiJI J f TO CORRESPONDENTS31a11your I illins early so they will reach our office utorning3londxyifpassible 1111 be published unless of unusual ini businessadonlyI j n STAMPER BRANCHI I ti Mrs Frances Stamper is confined to her room at present Ii 1 Mrs Vanco Arnett was a guest If Miss Lillie Stamper Sunday wentJi to Hazel Green Saturday on busi ilesMrs I Sarah Belle Stamper was a guest of Mrs Nannie Stamper last Sunday jfamilyppentSundayI ber and family i I Rollie Clark and Drew Stamper made a business trip to Campton j day recently i Sine Stamper had the misfor iuiie of falling from a wagon Sat jurday hurting himself very badly Rev JetV Brewer and a Mr Tol jspu preached at Laurel Sunday jEverybody seemed more civil than usual daugh1terCharlie Stamper attended church on Laurel Sunday Green Minix stopped over wig L G Stamper Thursday night He was on his way to Mt Starling with some cattle and sheep passedIbeen visiting her parents George Byrd und wife A Mr Eversole and sons from Perry county stopped over Tues day night with L G Stamper They were en route to Mt Sterling with a large drove of sheep Frank Lacy of Insko was a guest of George Brooks Thursday night While here he swapped cows with Tom Stamper and pur chased a horse from Drew Stam Pier July 19 SlKINUTIMK A Night Riders Raid The worst night riders are calo- mel croton oil or aloes pills They raid your bed to rob you of rest Not so with Dr Kings New Life Pills They never distress or inconvenience but always cleanse the system curing colds head ache constipation malaria 25c all dealers TOLIVER Rollie Stamper was a guest of Roy McNabb Sunday Mary Stamper was a guest of O W McNabb and family Sunday Edgar McNabb and wife were guests of R A Childers Sunday Dorsie Stamper and Rollie Had dix were guests of Carl Stamper Sunday i Mack Oldfield and wife took din- nerj with J B Stamper and wife Sunday i Mr and Mrs A B McNabb are visiting the latters brother James Motley of Montgomery county Rev I L Honaker of this place preached at Sandfield Sunday to a very good crowd i Byrd Spradling of Jackson pass lad through here Thursday en route to Maytown to visit Iris mother Mrs Sarah E Wilson J H Spencer who has been herei visiting his granddaughter Mr Taylor Spencer returned to his home at Jackson Monday July 19 SUNSHINE I n TRENT- J H Barker of near this place visited his pon Courtney of Con solation Sunday Mr and Mrs Don Creech of Ili Branch were guests of Lige Creech and family Saturday night Miss Ida Beasley left one day last week to make her home with C RooandwifeofStillwaterIIS Miss Lillie Stamper of Stamper Branch passed through here Monday evening en route to HazelI GreenMiss Stella Edwards who ha been staying with her uncle S C Rose on Stillwater returned home ThursdayEdgar Edwards of this place and his brotherinlaw J W Ma loney of Big Branch left Saturday for Mt Sterling Mr and Mrs Jeff Cruey of La cy creek passed through here Sat urday en route to Big Branch to visit the latters sister Mrs CenterMiss Lula and Jack Johnson and a Miss Trent of Breathitt county + were visiting friends and relativesI in this section last Saturday and SundayMrs Ettie Maloney aid two children Pearlie and Roy of Big Branch were visiting her father J D Edwards and family Satur day and Sunday July 19 SUNKLOWBK J100 REWARD 3100 The readers of this paper will be to learn that there is at least one IlletsedI disease that science has been able in all its stages and that is catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional di eat requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Ki taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system i thereby destroying the foundation of thjjjI disease and thegiving patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting j nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they ofler One IHundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F 1 CHENEY Jc CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation CAMPTON Miss Sarah Combs of Stillwa ter was visiting in town recently Quite a crowd attended the quar terly meeting at Bear Den last weekT H Byrd of Frankfort has been visiting homefolks for a few days past Oliver Kash left Sunday to open his school at Hampton We wish him success We have been having so much I rain that the farmers are behind with their crops Mies Catherine Seitz of West Liberty is visiting Miss Sadie Cartmell this week B Cox who has been gone for some time working on the pipeline returned home last Tuesday The school will begin here to day Bruce Rose James Drake and Verna Hanks are the teachers Mrs F B Hanks of this place has been visiting her daughter 1 Mrs W L Byrd of Winchester for the past week Mrs J T Wardon and two sons of Ballentine Miss are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs C H Gosney of this placeD- EWDROP AND SUNBEAM When the stomach fails to per torm its functions the bowels be come deranged the liver and the kidneys congested causing numerous diseases The stomach and liver must be restored toa healthy condition aud Chamberlains Stomach aud Liver Tablets can bd depended upon to do it Easy to bYIally j i Send in the newa i l i THE STAR OF HAZEL GREEN W1LSOxg lightShinosA sparkling gem a ray divine All oer this fajr Mountanous clime Knowst thou this Star Kiiowat thou this Star this human Star Whose beauty is matchless near or far The liquid light of her clear eyesfReveals glimpse of Paradise sKrlowat thou this Star Knowst thou this Star whose pleasent life Makes sweet peace take the place of strife Andevery cloud must disappear Revealing sunshine everywhere Kuowat thou this Star i birthiBrought joy celestial on this Earth And all who know her on this scene Stamp her theStar of Hazel Greenr StarrLANDSAW T A Fields representing the Joseph G Reed Dry Gooids Co- was i at this place Monday I James Whisman and to sons t qf near Torrent visited H L Whismau Saturday and Sunday ji Several wagons passed here Monday moving parties fro Scranton to the Hurst boundary of timber ji 1 John Taulbee took his daughter + Lillie to the doctor at Hazel Green Saturday Some troubleI with the foot I Rollin Combs having etarted into school N L Combs has taken i l hue place and is now hauling ties j do Helechawa i John W Chambers and wife an l ten Dalton who have been inI I lid letowl1 Ohio for souls time returned home Sunday W L Kash who has been a j superintending r Irvine to attend Circuit court Hiram and Harry Swango two of the countys most progressive farmers sold one of the best bunches of cattle last week that ever left mountains for Mt Ster ling market Monroe Woods while cutting oats for W H Chambers one day last week fell and his hand strik ing the blade of the cradfe inflicted f a very bad wound and a serious one IThe protracted meeting which has been going on here for sometime conducted by Revs Isaacs + Murphy and Madden closed the 19th A great deal of interest seems to have been aroused John C 11 Day was here the 19th Ho is very anxious to ex tend the 11 C railroa but it seems that the people are slow to give the right of way and we do1 not believe he will go to work un less the right of way is given W H Chambers county superintendent was at Campton Friday and Saturday conducting an ex amination for teachers ctrtiflcate Only four applicants were present among whom was Grant Rose o this place who was granted a first class certificate July 20ANOr The worlds most aucccssfiil medicine for bowel complaints in Chamberlain s Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It has relieved more pain and suffering and saved more lives than anY other med icinein use Invaluable for children an adults Sold by alll dealers For SaleTwo of the Pieratt cottages for less than the lumber and lot can be bought iZone acre in each lotj five room in each house Apply at this office j i j Life 100000 TearqScientists have found m a cave in Switzerland bones of men who lived 100000 years ago when Ute was in constant danger from wild beatta Today the danger as shown by A W Brown of Alex hdisease ander Me is largely from deadly beenformKings Discovery which cured me I could not have lived he writes suffering as I did from a severe lung trouble and stubborn cough To cure sore lungs colds obstinate coughs and prevent pneumonia its the best medisiue on earth50c and 100 Guaran teed by all dealers Trial bottle free 1 Fairs in Kentucky So far as we can learn the fairs ached 1 presentdGeorgetown July LT to 31 Winchester August 3 to 6 Madisonville August 3 to 7 7tLexington August 9 to 14 Taylorsville August 10 to 13 I Uniontown Angust 10 to 14 j Harrodsbnrg August 12 to 14IBrodhead August 17 to 20 Leitchfield August 17 to 20 Barboursville August 18 to 20 Shepherdsville Angust 18 to 20 i Ewing August 19 to 21 Shelbyville August 24 to 28 Florence August 25 to 28 London August 25 to 28 Springfield August 25 to 28 Frankfort August 31 to September 2 Hardinsburg Aug 31 to Sept 2 to4Iyto 4 Fern Creek S ptember 1 to 5 Scottsville September 2 to 4 Hodgenville September 7 to 9 Monticello September 7 to 10 Paris September 7 to 11 Glasgow September 8 to 11 Scottsburg September 13 to 17 18Scottaville 1Bedford1 1 iSQSeer It would be hard to overstate the wonderful change in moth EleatrloBitterspatrick of Danforth MijWMAl tobesuffered dysJJspsia ldIneither eat drink nor sleep Doc ediEafsuch wonder for healthnThey cureliverappetite Ed Callahan who was thought 1 1 to have been mortally wounded at his home in Breathitt cqnn f tity a few weeks since has so firecovered as to be able to attend to his business again He saga he 1 dont believe the Lord will suffer him to die by the hand of p8S J saMiiifl bullet because hslDten tioM are just and right JiJ f 1 I i 1 Jfilii + J 17 i rt z I ir J f tji it t I y i r r T I f I I I i i Ii j I IIj j I I a ill I I THE HERALD nteredatthe Hatel Green postIofflceaiiecond ela matter EdlJSPENCER COOPER HAZEL CREEN KY I THURSDAY July 2g 1909 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY ojWOLFE CIRCUIT COURT j JAMES P ADAMS Judge j KELLY HASH Commonwealth s Attorney 1 R HOLLOS Clerk j Meets third Monday in January first I 1 Monday in May third Monday in 5eptenI i ber i jOi j I i AttorneyROBERT j 1 Meets first Monday ClerkIi j WOLFE FISCAL COURT I Meets first Tuesday in April first Tue4 j day in October f fIiI MAGISTRATES COURTS IIljI District No IC M Fallen third Frid J iu March June September and Iecen ber I 1dayJ 1 NOewber District No tP Jt Legg first Friday March May August and NovembertJ District No51 C liqllon second Friday in March June September and De cember iiiFebruaryDistrict ho711 T Helton fourth FiS day in March June September and Dfc cember j District No 8J M I ovelace first Fri day in February May August and NV vembertDEMOCRATIC TICKED i t WOLFE COUNTY i For County Jud eW It DUFF For County Court ClerkP I CARROlL For Circuit Court Clerk J C L1Nl0N i For SheriffGEORGE rtSALLhV j For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE t I For Assessor JTCKXTEU J I For JailerJ Cl LITTLE For Co SuperintententJ WTAULhFE For Survey or E 0 CREECH For Coroner J L RANK SAMPLE MORCAN COUNTY j j For Circuit Judge 31ud District I lIANNJUFar1 J For County JudgeC FERGUSON For County AttorneyJ P HAX Y u For CountTClerkJ II SEBASTIAN For Superintendent T N BARKER For Circuit Clerk SIL M OAKLEY For SheriffH II BROUN COMJtSForFor CoronerzACIl HANDY For Surveyor MM 1 TUKNfR JUST as we go to press it iis learned that a few men along the route of the extensible Centralof the Mountain railroad refuse to grant the right of way We also know who they are but I1I we are satisfied thY stand in their own light They may cause t ik road to be built on a different lirk altogetder and forever alter p will have cause to regret t1c tion The writer knows of an i stance in Kentucky where a proin inent town lost one of the most 1 important railroads in the stdte by just suchnearsighted selfiQh I ness and we appeal to all alopg the line of the proposed extension whatever the route they may tape l Il Iltotry and be liberal with the rail i J road projectors or they may fpr thprriActionHe Wants to Know Whyii 4BrotherCooper The July J 1th issue of THE HERALD was parti n larly excellent and I extend ny l congratulations Even to me tpis far from base there were bits of statement and news that were vpry interesting Out of them all I i want more definite informatou about the following towit j I IYour Toliver correspondent says that F P Clark has forty I acres of corn on his farm and jest two stumps in the forty acres 4nd- I would like to know what he baa the two stumps for Surely if Mr tWOfcould 6e rid ht ut make some invidious yenrarkBdn a farmer having stump in his cqrn field ordinarily butyl wont till II know whether Far nor Clark jhs his two there for a urpose or hot Your correspond t adds the 4qe- ry j Who can bat that Is it to be inferred from this that jjJis the rule among Wolfe coanty fn to hire sUnaps ia t i c qlI L1 i sated fields If+ tliey do why do 1 I they have theniIfI j they dont dynaJtite mite any more Expensive than the 4xtra labor and bother of getting around a stump 3n working a field at seedtime anfl harvest Howc nuch good ground will one stump peep out of cUjltivation If it a farmerj all day to loafTakes I huntmgItake him to blow it stump out of he ground 1 iI i 2How many of Wolfe countys people read your editorial on bad roads and madeup their minds to do something fpr improvements Why would farmers and others rather spend twice as much for wagon and harness repairs not to mention wear and tear on stock jaiul teamsters than they would for putting roads in good condition Why do they choose to take 1Itbreelong to get anywhere in discomfort and dan ger over bad roads than to get there quickly and safely and com fortably over good roads Is the kind of a man who will earn 120 day with a four mule team ever Ia to be the kind of a man who wake up IUd hlp build a road that will enable him to quadruple his returns Why are fairly in telligent people so muchmore afraid of a tax than they are of a good road Isit bad business for people to spend any amount of money if they get back five times as much as thefy spend If a good road makes a farm accessible at iall times and increases the value of the land and the product say twenty five per cent cant the farmer afford to give up fiye per cent of that to get the other twen tv Isut ignorance a greater tax than the road tax If a community has been stuck in the mud for fifty years or more is that any sign that it will have to stay stuck Whose fault is it the muds or the communitys 3You say iuT a local notice of the extension of the Day Railroad to Hazel Green that you can not see why any man along the line should not give the right of way Isnt it because the man is too ig norant to know what a railroad will do towards increasing his wealthand his opportunities Or is it because he is a hog and wants to get all he can in hand no mat ter how much benefit he is keeping from his neighbors Isnt he the same sort who would not filla mudhole on a dirt road that he drove over a dozen times a day because somebody else who drove over it once a week might receive some of the advantage without paying him for his work in filling it up Do the men who block the way of railroads into a county do anything for the good ot that county Dont they always take more than they get Are they the kind of men to build up a com munity Wouldnt the commun ity be better off if a locomotive ran over them and their remains were planted Please answer ine these questions I dont suppose Wolfe county people care to have the information but I want it Of course if they want it I shall be glad to share with them YoursW J LAMPTON New York City July 13 Virgin Timber From Kentucky Forests Dispatches from Frankfort giva the following bit of news The old court house in this city erect ed and put in use in 1839 is being dismantled on the inside for the purpose of reconstruction The walls were stripped of their casing and the old flooring was taken up The sleepers and flooring joists are all of the best quality of yel low poplar epch as can not be se cured in this country any more even at a fancy price and are hewn from the native tree The I casing is of the finest grade of white pine which has long ago disappeared ofIKentucky The lumber being taken out of the old court house would be very valuable if it were not that are many nails in it for it thereffjII sojind KB a dollar 1 f l Senatorial Convention II Pursuant to a call of the chair man of the 34th Senatorial die trict composed of the counties of Breathitt Mngoflin Morgan Ows ley and Wolfe the Committee o said district met at Cannol City t Ky July 1 14 for the purpose of setting the time and prescribing the manner in which a Democratic candidate for the State Senate shall be nominated It was order ed by said committee that a ulna meeting be held at the county sea t of each county comprising said district on Saturday July 31 at 1 oclock p m for the purpose of nominating such candidate and that the Chairman of the respec tive counties shall call the meet lug to order and proceed to take the vote of the Democrats present in such convention and the can didate receiving the majority of votes present shall receive the elec toral vote of said county and the Chairman of the Democratic Ex ecutive Committee for said count shall certify said vote and delegates shall be appointed to cast same at the general convention whichconvenes at Jackson Ky Aug 4 1000 at 1 oclock p m All known Democrats possessing the legal qualifications ofa voter in the county wherein he offers to vote shall be allowed to partici pate in said convention 01V ttoMAiK Chm A B Cox Secy STUDY OF FORESTRY Meeting Held at Frankfort for the Furtherance of Move ment in Kentucky Frankfort Ky Julys 10 Plank for more extensive study of the forestry condition of Kentucky timberpruduced ped out at a conference were ba tween H S Sackett in charge of wood utilization of the UniteI States Forest Service R OliflMlI Hall Forest Assistant of the Forj est Service of the United States Commissioner of Agriculture M 0 Rankin Mr Hall has had charg of the research work of the fores try service in the mountains of Kentucky for the past two years He plans to comulete the work this year finishing up the investi gation of Kentuckys timber rfjj sources Sackett will spend some time in Kentucky studying th utilization of Kentuckys lumbdr products visiting the sawmills and other industries which use the raw Kentucky products and re porting back to his department The State Board of Agriculture t at its recent session 250 of its 2000 appropriation for the publication of the result of Halls work in Kentucky This will leave a balance of 1750 to pay the expenses of the work As the national government dupli cates the state appropriation for this forestry work the sum of 3500 will be available this yea for the completion of the work iin Kentucky Kentucky to Show Corn M C Rankin commissioner iin the department of agriculture la bor and statistics has been ap pointed vice president for Ken tucky of the National Corn Asso ciation and anuonnces that the state will make an exhibit at the National Corn Exposition in Oma ha December G to 18 Arrangements wore made at a conference of Corn Association officials with Mr Rankin in Frank fort this week and it is expected Kentucky grain will take a high place and win many of the prizes in the list worth 50000 which is offered at the show in Omaha Mr Rankin has one hundred or more boys in Kentucky growing corn from pure seed They will show this in an exhibit to be held at the Kentucky state fair grounds and then the best will go to the National show As is well known Kentucky stands high as a corn producingstate when acreage is considered It is the hope of Mr Rankin and his coworkers to bring the average yield per acre up to among the beat in the United States 1 L I REP RT IIOf the condition of HE HAZEL GREE- BANKI doing busitess in the town o Hazel Green Countyof Wolfe Stat Iof Kentucky at the close of business i jj HJOIjfLOllIlj and Discount with one or more endorsers lis surety 2SIn 57- i Real Estate Mortgages f o118878 j Call Loans on Collateral Time Loans on Collateral IU5 BondKtI Other Stocks Bond j etc 800 U Due from National Banks 3725 Due from State Hanks mdIsHanker j flue from Trust Companies United States and National Bank Notes i Specie1r 52 Checks and other cash items 1G7 00 Exchange for Clearing House Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured 348 JO Taxes paid June 1iiti1I3Current Expenses rtaid since July Ii 3001 Real tatefiaulipg House 1049 44 Other Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures 2048 27 Other lasers nut inuludcd uu tier any of aboye heads TotalI152009LlAlt11IT1E9 1 G I Uvi Surplus Funds 1 7Uil 00 Undivided lrOht8fI 3J Fund to pay taxes Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 2244G 57 Deposits subject tojcheck on I I JulDenlauIposits mi which Hnterest is paidI III i Time LVrtificaten of leH its Inn which interest iis paid Savings Deposits fun which tRHUCertified I Due National Banks Due State Hanksaiid Bankers Hue 1it Companies i Cashier s Checks ojiUtandini Notfsai d Bills rediscounted Unpaid Dividends Tixts dIe and unpaid Bills 1 1 yableiAmoun of unclaimed Uejtos its on rand 1 Other liabilities not included jI I under any of the above I kendsii UGrI STATE OK KEXTICKY Q- Countv of Wolfe f ctii I It H1attoutjCahier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the alove statement il true to the best of lilY knowledge and belief It HjPATTON Cashier Subscribed and isworn to before me this 15th day of JijlyI IUI- My April 2 1JIO isEr CommiljsionlxPiresl I H KASH CorrcctAttestII I Notary Public Directors JOSEPH P RosK Il- IIII Rare UpDor1llnh1 LcQnsistinJt thee in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and generalre pair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being fur nished with a complete outfit of tools andstock of materials and supplies also machineryWilltherorseparatelyFor ad ROSEdHazel Green Ky t tGEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my makerany style to order and on the most reasonable temps I also have f I A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage iis respectfully solicited 25tf I GEO RICE ii I B WDDHj- DESAHDFURS GmseDlJGoldenSeal I Sealers and undo youthani Reference any Bank in Louuvilld Write for weekly price list and ship ping tags We fufnuh wool bags freei Ala SABII SONS CsiAIUIHIO IN tees 229 E Market SLjLOUISVILLE01 I DR C H WILLIAMS I j PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his professional services to the citi of Hazel countryHueltreeni we SA4 PRINTBNIS ANA 9tlNf THEM IJOttT Iii Iiii i i p j J elSALE1 GellIng i eangiFaII GoonsI j TROYIU 1 Are reducing stock to mako room for Full Goods and are selling Flowers and all other millinery right down at cost 1 Give them a call and see how cheap they are selling everything Trimmed and untrimmed hats sold NOW AT COST Ribbons Laces Ladies Collars Belts Hair Puffs Barrettes c Something lik this in price Taylor Made Skirtsat 100 Wash Skirtsat 100 Collars each 18c to 20 JUHairLaces at 4c to 9c per yard and embroidery at 4c to lOc per yard 19091909 I THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY I FREADFREE 1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVERT TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALT ATLAS The Latest Kentucky MapUp 1909Full and Complete Engraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of pH Printed In colors on heavy map par It contains six pages 28x86 inches The Chart atone is worth SIoo The Portraits of aU the Kentucky Governors MIme of them very rare one the only picture of its kind in existence There are nine other maps of great value among them a map of the United States the Philippines Hawaii Porto Rico and the Panama Canal Zone also map of the 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Evening Post delivered by Carrier or Agent Send for Sample I full description of the Atlas Sr better CoPyuI today and get the Atlas at once THE EVENING POST LouIsville Ky Iv SPECIAL PRICEON CTHE WALL ATLAS AND THE EVENING POST REPORTOf the condition of the PAKMKKS ANTI AIItJt BASK doing business in the town of Cainpton county of Wolfe state of Kentucky at the close of bus iness on the 8th day of July 1JOJ nivSotrncES Loans and Discoun tll with one or more endorsers as surety 31524l 3UI Heal Estate Mortgages 9880 Call Loans on Collateral 0000 001 Time Loans on Collateral 8071 Hi- U S Bonds Other Stocks Bonds etc Due from National Banks 2187 89 Due from State Banks and Bankers Due from Trust United States CompaniellI Bank Notes 800 00 Specie 1125 35 Checks and other cash items Exchange for Clearing HouseIOverdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured 300 00 Taxes 25 Current Expenses Paid Real EstateBanking House 4277 02 Other Real Estate MO 00 Furniture and Fixtures 1933 75 Other Assets not included un der any of above heads 478 17 Total G2228 35- UAHILITIKS Capital Stock paid in in cash 2000 00 Surplus Funds 1400 00 Undivided Profits 81 54 Fund to pay taxes Deposits subject to checkon which interest is not paid 29884 08 Deposits subject to check on paidDrOlllnd Deposits on which interest is paidTime Certificates of Deposits on which interest is paid 10139 55 Savings Deposits on which paidCertified Due National Banks Due State Banks and Bankers Due Trust Companies Cashiers Checks outstandingliIi 00 Notes and Bills rediscounted Unpaid Dividends unpaidBillsPayableAmount deposits lOG 18 Other Liabilities not included under any of the above heads Total 62228 35 STATE OF KENTUCKYSet County Wolfe I J P Brissey Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly awiar that I tht above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief CashierSubscribed I methis1910fsEAiCo PublicwDirectorsGj Send in the news r I Iff i I ITO II II WITH THIS PAPER J I 0 1 Tidea Wincnostol Bank KYIi 4W11 SPHAR Cashier Up Cnpltal 810000000 1Iald IrilltB 17UOOOOO I orI8COOOOOOO This solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus X iness men generally throughout East j ern Kentucky and offers its custom j ers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly Photography Umnt rrybo AMKKICAN rllOTuGRAPIlY teaches It fciutlful h Inmonth ly prize conies piiture kism q estious an- sau1 SaPlplu1Jr if vxi mention thit faper American Photography 5 rteacoo St I stnMus Eo Willson I 1 bank ELECTKiriAXamlMFCHANIC It A macaiDefomerbodf Learn about electrkiry the coming xiencriod how to use tools Simple peso Ileal roll 0 plct tt Sara rle copy 1m IIf you name this paler 1100 a jtir r Pub Co 6 Ifeicon SU Boston MlU FRUIT ITREES I Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY JCWWrite for Catalog JKI j i KILLTHE COUCHljj AND CURE THE LUNGS Ifj i tlNewi i II FOR COLDS OUCHS Augustus Sampson Free 11IDeI 1 AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES J GUARANTEED SAXISFACZOB OB MONEY BEF1nmEDqq 1 DAY HOUSE Hazel Creen Ky Mrs LaU DAY Proprietor Alargeandlightedcomm dtioaa to traveling men j1 L 4 I e I i i iti ttIir t v IP r P j i t i I i e ttYour Hair- Contrary I i Is it inclined to run awayso Dont punish it with a cruel brush and comb Feed it nour the ish it save it with Ayers Hair Vigor new improved formula ied Then your hair will remain at head where it Kbelongsi 11Keeps the scalp healthy DOM not change the color of the haircloldformula with uoh bottl Show it to your an doctorors ItWthen do ai hetiWe certainly believe this or we would not say so Ayers Hair Vigor as now made from our new improved formula is a great preparation for the hair and Iby scalp Stops falling hair Cures dan druff Promotes the growth of hairpI Mde b7 the J C AyprCo Lowell M tie 3JtHE HERALD of DRINK WAINSCOTTS HOXA KOLA nO J 1P Jones of Lexington has registered at the Swango Roust I The news camo here Mondayl that Lloyd Finch of Maytown iis dangerously ill of typhoid ftorIt Miss Daisy Day and her niece Miss Ko ena Kash left Tuesday morning for Torrent for a few days recreation i For SaleA Victor graphophone- with 30 records will be sold forIi less than the cost of the records Apply at this ofiicebI fBrocourteous attention he is receiving The attendance is increasing His sermons are excellent Charley Thompson of Jackson is here doing some paper hangng painting and decorating for J T Days Hazell Green Hotel J H Orear bookkeeper fcr tho j SwannDay Lumber Co Clay City is here helping to straighten out the business of J Taylor Dayw1 E T Rose Miss Minnie Hurst A R Murahall and Miss Salliu Hurst took supper at the Swango House Wednesday fwd loft for e j Campton Miss Nellie Evans who hug beent in Virginia for a year past but re I Icnt1y the guest of Miss Mary Pie 1 ratt of Richmond came homo Saturday lastEDr Nickell reports that Clint Taylor is dangerously ill of typhoidI 1 fever and that Aunt Liza Nickell I who has been sick for some time Iisnow very dangerously ill Misses Sallie and Minnie Hurst Ida gbters of Win lL Hurst ofr Campion accompanied by Elishai l Ruse and Albert R Marshall were guests of the Day louse Tuesday- E T Rose who recently returned from Texas accompaniedI by his sister visited Hazel Green I Sunday Mr Rose will return toII Texas where he will make his fu ture homeII u j Misses Lucy Giliespio and Mat tie OldOelds of Consolation gay our office a very pleasant call lab t Friday evening Call again girls you are always welcom- eChamberlains Stomach and Li er Tablets gently stimulate the poisonI ous matter cleanse the systemI cure constipation and sick head r dealersrDr W G Lockhart the dentist writes us that he will be at Grassy Creek July 21 and remain to fdays prepared to do all kinds dental work If your teeth need I v attention dont fail to consult him w1aI If vou want a fine razoras good as you can buy for 2call this I office and got one for 1 We al have a few watches good timekeepers that can be had for supplyt I gone Jim Faulkor last week bought a cow from Tail Hall of Lacy creek at 30 one from Jack Cox at 85 and one from Curt Bush at 2750 Jim says he is getting ready to ra a dairy by the time the Mountaint Central come to Hazel Green 1tA b J t Express Their Ainreciation There perhaps wab ever a hap pier meeting of teas lnr and pupils than that of Prof lord and his told students while oh his recent f visit to Hazel Greert jafter an abi of three yeah All deeply l expressed their appreciationt forjj opportunity to ste him again 1 Prof Cord is a man= jrj as much or niqre mountain to character than anjj jther man of entucky today 1 I Friday morn llg t ni ltilIic schoolI t i was well u4h filled withii students and friends to hear address by ProtoCordJ which full of thought I and inspira jon to tho older= Undents and simple and touchiijg to the little ones At the closijI e was greeted a hearty and 1 prolonged ap after wniclj afro Jim Lit i spoke and then followed an address by lIon VJO baize The latter addresses wt rioas the for nice delivered frolfa i heart full j5 love for the moCnUain bojs and Iglr1 I jI i 1 Friday evening Miss Carrie Leo 1 I Rose entertained Prof Cord and many old students It was an evening which nOiiu present are I to ever forgjit Many scenes and incidents of tfaJoldJ days were rehearsed Mny 5f not all the oldstudents 1 IIlIi graduates whoa are now scattered in fields of act j IfnightIIf with tears ftijd faces lit up j with smiles as thy old days were =f ht to memoryt ugain1tj dear to our he taste the scenes of our school daysj I iN When toadrecolleeiifni presents them if to view iIj I ilefti carrying with hijnj greetings and good wishes for 1JU+ family also a Iii ftainffiI i gntherl Y I by the girls rs C rdItI Come again jJrofessor Hazel tj Green ever extends to you a hearty J elcome i j ffus A Fl4iix SicnENT- Making t + Ifi t I Mark Ijj- J i Gloss Neatloj1 who has been attending the 1INcfhmond Normal school for some tai tine spout several days visiting fri3ids in our town Ho informed tljej writer that lui has accepted the Position of priu cipal of the luiehestor Graded school in Butler bounty and wilt soon begin his uiork at that place He is a gradutt of the Hazel Green Academy pud this is but another instance ff the great Len 1 tifit this instituted u is to the rising generation of Eastern Kentucky iiI i lIj Pays Pqr Two Kitchens OIi6 July 15 09 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Kj Dear Sir En41psed you will finil iOO which is fti pay for two suU acriptioiiB to Titt HEIAII one fuf myself and the aft ler for my brother J C B Iiyti hell Simusoij Breathitt countKy My btotll wore er is crippled ant not able to and I love to alid him the goO uteanews old Kentucky m he cant work sbittjillottti EVANS 1ti i TexasyElisha T Ro d the present inafc ter commissione who has been iin Texas for the yu several moutlis in a talk with Man Abo itlOurTown Ita few tl said iie would locate i ill I Texas within tllO next ten days ftjr permanent re liit dence Lishajie a young lawjwr ifandwhile the ptople in his alive county wjll hate to lose hiinj those with whcjm 1he is to ducat frill find him 11 we say HI 1 i j ti l9pplicationsoI Robert Tipon who was c8 h victed of the oT nse of manslau bingoieIBfin county at i1June term 11 havi g served Jny I time now ftsk Governor WiilJou or Lieut Gbv en or Cox aBlt re case may beror re ration to citizenship sodas 11 Who object wijl notify the Govejrn nor and atatepii writing any pb section t j 1 RoBE B1 Ttjhos Sellars Kj J II- l1 i r I tI I I Births Dr Nickell reports the birth of asboy to the wife of Buck Goff at he month of Nigger branch in IJjreiithitt Friday also a boy to te wife of Walter Malouey of WIi Born to the wife of Will Tom Vheatley a 10pound boy July 1 j also to the wife of Sam Lowef buy July 17 also to the wife ofw Kelly Jordan a girl July 20 Dr Taylor Center accoucheur Dr Williams reports the birth if a boy to the wife of John S Pie ijatt of the Murphy fork Sunday to July IS- 1olfe County Teachers Institute The Wolfe County Teachers In Camptonihetug the 2nd day and all teachers dro hereby notified to attend the hole session or I am ordered to revoke their certificates fFriday will bo Trustees Day juul all the trustees in time county plight to be present To the teachers1 who have been lodging the Institute no excuse a wijl be accepted Yours for butter schools W H CHAMBKKS Co Supt of Cecil Bros will bu in their new tore by Monday August pre ared to sell goods cheaper than v r because they have no house lt to pay This building is a monument to the skill of George Rice and Taylor Whaley the con and builders and is a model storehouse in every respect I store in town is better arranged for the display of merchandise or the convenience of customers thejFidelityis a guest of the Day House He is soliciting stock in his company which by the way judging from- the names of the stockholders he has listed must be a preferred int vestment It is of no interest to individually but when good things are going we like to know that our people have some of it a CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Boughti Bears the- Signature Cof A j TCeZcU Herbert Nickells wife on thet ickell fork of Grassy was throw- from a mule Sundayafternoon and it was at first thought she was seriously injured Dr Taylor Center was summoned and after exam ination announced that while her injuries were painful there were no bones broken and aside from sore tress she would soon be up and about Teething children have nines or luss diarrhoea which can be con trolled by giving Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy All that is necessary is toI give the prescribed dose after each operation of the bowels more tha natural and then castor oil t cleanse the system It is safe an sure Sold by all dealers Tuesday last John Henry Camp bell let Green and Mort Phillips have a job of logging out a boun dary of timber on the farm of S M Tyler consisting of white oak chestnut and beech There iis about 75000 feet of timber in the deal which is financed by J Day tSoreneBB of the muscles whether induced by violent exercise or iin- jury is quickly relieved by the free application of Chamberlains Linif moot This liniment is equally valuable for muscular rheumatism and always affords quick relief Sold by all dealers Salef0fibFarm of 100 acres 30 acres in timber balance in grass and cultivation scarcely any rocks ail fenced and cross fenced everlasting fine water plenty of good1 fruits fourroom house cellar outbuildings Twentyfive acres of tobacco land if put in tobacco would pay for the farm I the first year Close to town good and churches Price reserving five acres part of irhice is inJ inteng 2000 Write J U flaK Vaugkn Kill Ky LL KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled While bunting squirrels in Hani in county Clarence Master accidentally shot and killed himself Mrs William Ryan aged 50 years died at her home near Elizabethtown the effects of headache tablets she had taken Fourteen mules valued at 250 each ate paris green on the farm of Ellis Wilson in Davie countyand five ate dead with no hopes for the rest The largest farm in the world devoted growing gooseberries is located in Hardin county and is owned by W H llahm This year it produced 8500 bushels Everett Robinson aged 21 years formerly of Catlettsburg became despond ent over a love affair and blew out his brains at Aberdeen Wash where he had gone about a year ago He was raised in Prestonsbure Miry Mary Ryan the victim of the mysterious assault and attempt at poisoning at the Duuleavy home recently went before the grand jury at Lexington Friday last and asked that hotly to make thorough investigation of the case The Business Mens Club of Mt Ster ling has purcliiixed about four acres of laud and deeded it to Prof Win H Cord who will at once benin the erection a college building thereon It will he known us the Mt Sterling Collegiate InstituteWhile driving along the road near Xicholasville the vehicle containing rs Will Dickerson aud her daughter Mrs Theodore Iewis was run into by an auto containing two men Both women were thrown out and seriously injured I The men made no effort to stop and as silt the iujuredwomen Brown Uarnes and Miss Brac Crouch were married at the home of tl e bridegroom at Sharpsburg after a t ourU hip of nearly fifty years Mr Bai nes is a welltodo farmer and has been an inva lid for the past three years aid lived with his sister who died sudden y The wedding took place imuiediat Iy after her death Two convicts escaped from he penitentiary at Frankfort tfatunla Thev were Dave Dosier sent from L singtou for stealing a bicycle aud Frank tjolt mini sent from Iulaski county rr house breaking The men were worl ing out side the walls when they sneak il behind pile of lumber and were oi e before the guard noticed their aWnct Boyd Hattield a well kno n schoolteacher of Pike county and Ja ues Hopkins of Beaver in Floydco Jty were run down and killed by a No folk and Western railroad locomotive at Mate wan W Va last week Cassius M Whitt a former resident of Pikeville twas seriously injured The three men thenaccident occurred After being out 45 minutes the jury iu the Berry Simpson case returned a verdict of guilty Berrv Simpson Geo1 Stanley and Elisha Slavin were given I i life sentences in the penitentiary on a charge of murder while Berry Simpson his son Jesse George Stanley Elisha and Oliver Slavin were found guilty of conspiracy and disobeying a court in jjunction Harvey Simpson another son of Berry Simpson was acquitted These are the parties who incited a riot at the mines near Stearns last Christmas iu which several United States officials were killed and who were tried iu the U Sj district court at Richmond SandynNews we clip the following It seldom I toIj cut charges at one time but such is the fate that has befallen Jeff Evans who at the recent term of the Martin Circuit court was handed out two convictions of one year each in the state penitentiary i Eight years ago Evans then a boy stabbed Ira Maynard He was arrested placed in jail and indicted but broke t jail and fled to Virginia The case ref mained on the Martin Circuit court VirginiThe killed a man aud was given a longi term in the penitentiary of that statE but after a time his father managed tf obtain his release and brought him back Ui his Martin county home where a fetf days after he stabbed Rush Muncy Hp was promptly arrested and placed in jai and indictments were brought again him and in the trials of the two casti he was given one year in the Frankfort penitentiary one year in each caseii NOTICE G T Center County Judge of Wolf county and G B Stamper County At tcrney You are hereby notified that ii will make application to the Governor of Kentucky on August 10 1909 ttb pardon Frank Center who was convicteUI and sentenced to the penitentiary for oqe year at the April term 1909 of WOl Circuit court A H STA PER I IsThis July 20 1909 I 11i i we Sck geaecs warms r r w e d x- ytr r is awes t+ rtilk- t Ij I II I f Ii I 1- I and CASTORII For Infants and Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the- Signature of J In- Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIAme CECIL BROS Dealers in General Merchandise Country Produce etc Our stockof Spring and Summer Goods is complete All the latest styles in Dress Goods and Linens j CALICOES at 5 Cents a Yardt OUR FINE LINE OF SHOES OXFORDS I are uptodate mill will astonish you If You Dont See What You Want Call For It Ja TiE NEXT SESSION OFjj HAZELGREEN ACADEMY I w WILL BEGIN TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14J Kash Johnson Kashii DEALERS General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the peopl of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruit and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware c and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and quality for profitAll j of our former immense stock including in the lot some very fine and I many pairs of suitable f rum shoes every pair a bargain will be sold f At Cost andarriage and Even Lessi Kash Johnson L ashal T i h A i J r ii t c t IIJY ti Tn t7- 1i 1 I 1 1I5TV f q ifh 1 Q t J II I I t I Ir4t t i IiIi- I 1 c a J i rOlbbYi7- T fl h i 1 CIRCUSI 4 inwte- ftiMa i I RJ Yrl le1Cby MA M loot M the fUtefl to UjM Ron TTOBtr troag saw tMt h- aM teraMv ittzek He et a c to Dooflu and IPOb wkfc a mukW taalawttaa If jwi WM a Mend ltd tM gttt JOO irwUftt wmmt the wbti CCSgregaLSoa csa Goaen at het1 What do yon maoT i I Jt aser that yottre limn hue akhd- win mar CHI ft bolts tk4tar girl and bad for yea and folk ji1- 1t UlkiaV II1j Axe yea trying to tell tae that r4i- t11 l- IIAt M minded enough to thlU t ttt r DoogUu Stopped He could sot Mane tM qoestkn I dont te nave tt be coaeludcd ebortlytit j Yon be ma4e to beUen It It fi 7eDo you believe Its He turJe upon the little mam at hle aide U you briteYt It ElvereoalTilllvelseoa hail beea eo accugtomedjt- Aitroag monopolizing the coov nata that be had become bop Uuly Io8t ab the dtaHMtaa west oo and the soie9 Meal to Lira all but paralyzed el pews st apeech Hi was stfll gjir J mwuri gAteC sal f ttertng wlemIhsgI 1 UKrapted ImpatientlyIj t- It stakes BO difference whether iw beileve It or sot Were join to = i 9aar duty by the church aad that 1- i1t Lave or j Or I mut Donglu placed tot Strongs phrase for himself Tp tfeMat doesnt frighten me at all dee3 snL After what YQu hare sal ji w refuse to remain In is church the deacon stepped fortyx1 sagerlywere It not that I realist atoere than ever before how much yoj tear sap mow much you Ignorant spa stew ratnded creatures need to IDsI I teajbt the meaning of true Chrlstiaft Itjr The deacon was plainly dltf litetio I x It fQMlbUr gasped Elverecn 41r J weaklyjj IIJo I I oat Itr asked Strong when i lie jIj j1 t t I IltI4e interrlew was at an end Strong sal lowed him Douglas pointed to jtfce t gate with a meaning not to be mis 1 1taaI Good aft rn6on deacon jI t Strong hesitated Ha looked at kt pastor then at the gate then at the r4 jMtor again Ill go he shouted e but It aint the end He slamijiifi the pta behind him i I EljerIt what he was saying He aaw ihe fastAe owed 880II j CHAPTER X I Iti I IDJ 0IIII a4njmllpda coMpiI 11rCIs Xv Jekorr she cried as she patted flie brown trunk i rlethat you Folly I he asked- tantlbr kfI ii- ew Ws your turn to catch njej1 c ale amid Uacerlng near the tree rftie fMtor was again lost la thou hj Am t you going to play aay morr 1 fnIru a shade of dlMppolatmfeijt IB ftierTete Shbt- sII I P8tIFh Iwant to talk to Lr FL i11MI teadc ande A j c IL Mar Ms tee JfaerloW Ili wet at i tlt Yom Might jati M well ten i ta1 get Rorer j Tesi oaldBt 4o tBythte wrMJEf r aaeweted 4 stl air j 1V 011 y I aaS Ift Sty I a t1fyr 1 f L LIliI J I I q It J1 t pw What have ou there he asked trying to gain lime t and not knowing wNow Ive dontl something wrong the routed how to broach the subject that In jus tice to her must be discussed Some to make garlands for the social 1ollV answered more cheer fully Would ou mind holding this She gave him CIne end of a string of leaves tAe j Where are children Gone home Ton like th+ children very much dont you Poll1T Douglas was strlr Ing for a path tjhat might lead them to the subject tha fRS troubling him Oh no I dbnt like them I love them She loafed at him with tender eyesYoure I the greatest baby of all A puzzled line care between his eyes as he studied bets more closely And yet youre not such a child are you Polly Youre Jjulte grown upalmost- a young lady j He looked at her from a strange unwelcome point of view She was all of that as she sat at his feet yearning nd slender and fair at the turning of her seventeenth year- I wonder hoiv you would like to go awayher eyes met his In terror away to a great school he added quickly fltnchlfig from the very first hurt that he had inflicted where there are a lot of other young ladles Is It a place where you would be She looked up tat him anxiously She wondered If hid show was about to jImj t Douglas answered smiling In spite of his heavy heart- I wouldnt like any place without you she sail decidedly and seemed to consider the subject dismissedIBut If It wait for your good Doug lam persisted It could never be for my good to leave youtBut Just fr a little while he pleaded Howlwas she ever to under stand How iould he take from her the sense of security that he had purposely taught her to feel In his house Not even tota moment Polly an swered with i decided shake of her head J But you get ahead In your arguedtShe looked at him anxiously S was beginning to be alarmed at u persistence Maybe Ive been playing too many erlscuous games Not perlscndas Polly promiscuous Tromlacnotts she repeated halt- Ingly What does that mean Indiscriminate He rubbed hisI forehead as h saw the puzzled look on her face jj3llzed up ho ex I I plalned more simply Our game wasnt mixed up She was thinking cjf the one to which th widow had objected Is it promiscu ous to catch spmebody It depends 4pon whom you catch he answered pith a dry whimsical smile ff- Well I dont catch anybody but the children She looked up at him with serious Inquiring eyes gamees promiscuous did not hear him She was searching for her book Is this what you are looking forl he asked drawing the missing article from his pocket Oh cried PHy with a flush of em barrassment Mandy told you Youre beeniworklng a long time t n that jI thought 4 might help you if I learned everything you told me she answered timidly But I dont suppose I could I can never Hell you how much you POl1YtSDocried eagerly I can u will only let me I can teach a bigger class In Sunday school now I got to the book of Ruth today i You did 1 Zle pretended to be as tonlshed He has anxious to encourage her enthusiasm- Dm hum he answered solemnly A dreamy loop came Into her eyes Do you remeifaber the part that you read to me thejflrst day I tamer He nodded He was thinking how car free they werethat day How Impos sible such problems as the present on would have seemed then I know every bit of wfiat you read by heart Its our next SJinday school lesson So It Is 1 Do you think now that It would be best for me to so away She looked up into his troubled face Well see well see be murmured then tried to burn her mind toward i I other things Come now lets find out whether yoji do know your Sunda Chllc r ncrFIR tLETCKERS CATORIAi I J JI i Jt school lesson flow dries It begin There was no answer Sne had turn 1 away with trembling lips And Ru h said He took her two small hand rand drew her face toward him roes u Ing to prompt her Entreat me not to leave thee she pleaded Her eyes met his Ills fa a I was close to liens The small features before him were quivering with emo tion She was so frail so helpless so easily within his grasp Ills muscles grew tense and his lips closed firmly He was battling with an impulse to draw her toward him and comfort her I In the shelter of his strong brave arms They shant Im tried start lug toward her I Polly drew back overawed Her soul had heard and seen the things revealed to each of us only once She I would never again be a child i Douglas braced himself against the j back of the bench I What was the rest of the lessonr he asked In a firm hard voice I cant say it now Polly mur mured Her face was averted her white lids fluttered and closed Nonsense Of course you can Come come Ill help you Douglas spoke sharply He was almost vexed with her and with himself for the weakness that was so near overcom ing them And Ruth said Entreat me not to leave thee Or to return from following after thee she was struggling to keep back the tears for whither thou goest I will go and where thou lodges I will lodge Thy people shall be my people and thy God my She stopped That right go on said Douglass striving to control the unsteadiness i his own voice IHER BLINDLY Where thou dlest will I die Her arms went out blindly willeyou she sobbed I dont want to learn anything else just except from you She covered her face and slipped a little broken heap at his feetIn an Instant the pastors strong arms were about her his stalwart body was supporting her You shant go away I wont let youI wont Do you hear me Polly I wont Her was warm against his cheek He could feel her tears her arms about him as she clung to him helplessly sobbing and quivering In the shelter of his strong embrace You are never to leave me neverA purpose bad come Into hIs life the realization of a new necessity and he knew that the fight which he must henceforth make for this child was the same that he must make for himself CHAPTER XL golu Into de Sunday school ISroom to take oft dat ere wid ows flnlshlu touches saki Mirndy as she came down the steps All right called Douglas Take these mayhelpgroundHis seenehim theesound of Mandys voice and crossed to the elm tree drying her tears of hap piness and trying to control her newly awakened emotions Douglas felt In tuitively that she needed this moment for recovery so he piled the leaves and garlands high In Mandys arms then ran Into the house with the light istep of a boy got the set sit settln room all tidied aysly glance at Polly that good Polly answered fac andItJuII1qHas de sociable folks wU BOB V 1I likely be hangln Knm de parsonage tonight stead ob jitayin In de Sunday school room whir dey belongs Las time dat ere Widow WHIoughby done set roun all ebenln atellln de par son as how folks could Jes eat oTn her kitchen doorman I ups an tells her as how folks could pick up a good squar meal ofTri Mandys floor too Guess shell be mIghty careful what she rays afore Mandy tonight She chuckled as she ftlsuppparod down the walk to the Sunday school room Polly stood motionless where Mandy had left her She hardly knew which way to turn She was happy yet afraid She 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