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II I I ffjI j oj 4h r- R j t I 1j 7 frtF 11 f I f f fiii i THE HAzEI REEN HERAIMwC == ==I I 5= EstabUshed arch 41885 Made Famous inthe Story of Jonathan and His Oontinentby Max ORell 0 h i ri SPKNOEB QIrnr9adcoorxxcEditor The Oldest Mst Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a YearWMvuce- i = fI 11 t = TWENTYFIFTH YEAR I J Ii HA EL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 29 190H i NUMBER 5 I Lexington and Eastern Railwayti Time Table in EHect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND 1 ho1 I Ko3 STATIONS Dailyex Daily undf Sunday Sunday Sundaytllllr I1d1LyJacksonOK 15 pm 2 25 pa 7t4i am 07 um 3 20 pm 74 am JunctIG 3U am 3n pw Safi aiu Nat 45 am 3 50 pw Sli oil IUD 3 57 pm S lUll Stanton I 8 15 am I 26 pin S5tU1I Clay City 8 35 aUl 415 1m 11O alu L JtEJuucu 9 UUam 5 U7 am Winchester 9 12 am 50 uwlIOl2 a- Lexton ar 9 55 am U u5 a EAST BOUND No2 IS STATIONS I111 Dailr No andDaily ex a f ePMSunday 1 I I j I Sunday 2 25 pm j 0 7 35 am 2 38 pm OILexiugtonjl 21 8 13 am 2 48 pui UtEJuucjioii i IS 20 pin 3 50 pm 40lCl y City10l J 02 am 15S pInfm HIStantou141 9 10 um 4 30 pinl iCamptoii Juntn u 3S Im 435 57 9 43 apm Torrent62I m 4 47 pm G2 i 956a 5 10 pm iO BeattyveJci 70 1U 17 amm I 05 pm 90 1115 a o lU pm 94 JacksondI 11 20 am CONNECTIONS- L Jt EJuMcrwa7ruiuw Nos laud will male connection with the C Jt Olt for Mt Sterling CAMITON JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 counect with the Mountain CentralI By for Pine Ridge and Campton BEATTYVUK Juwrits Trains Su 2 will make connection at Beattyville June with the Land A Railway for passengers to aud from lieatty ville 1 OiK JUNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for localI HailwarWManager OHA3HCOTTUenPaM Agent j 1 Hi KM Ballwag I lime Table May 21 I9O5 t WEST BOUND 1N0 33 y No 21 I Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex Sundaya Sunday PHAKB 0s7PMABB- 5 20 6 Cannel City 23 12 35 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 t A 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 j 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 Wilhurst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 i i EAST BOUND i 4Ij No34 No22 i ii Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex i Sunday Sunday i I I AM Lvx 1MIE j 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 jI I 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23ii 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1Nfif 8 37 10 tVilhurst20 1 51 f 1 9 25 1 O K Junction 22 2 25 1 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 j Nos21 and 22 will make close connection t at O t K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail 4way M L CONLEY i Superintendentt f I iiDIDlllltaiIt GUntral Ralro f I No IEIJs I J IlDEPART600a mCampton1130 a m n 200p mCampton 000pm I j 1 y N 1OI t ARRIVE mPARTii I 7 30 amCampu JunclO 05 amIee 3 30 pmCampn Junc 4 40 pmljj j The Mountain Central makes a connection with all L E pas t 1 K senger trains ii j 1 iB F BOLINC I I UNDERTAKER 5 J 4 t CAMPTON KY ii 1 I the citizens of Wolfe and j INFORMSk counties that he carrieaijj- ax line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clotbef and everything necessary to put swat the dead in decent style 21hoursi Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones ci SEWELL C ROSEii jSTILLWATER OSen his professional services to citizen iff I titsIljPCccAtlus twidcnce OB BUIlvjUec tttIII i t i flI NEWSII t ctl J Jt t I interest tJ a majorityr I uymu rel tiers especi I I1lll I dizr1t I friends 1 r r rII i TON I T H Byrd of Frankfort w visting his mother a few days Ivi celltlylj kisses Nina Brown and 1 Flossie Williams were guests of Mrs Jijs Lacy Sunday J 1L B Cox IN Horton and JT HJByrd were dtjCannel City l lt iwit Misses SadiejGartmell anti Cat l formesisiort lisses S lliqnd Minnie Ifu2e anill E T Ross and A RMarHhollI spent part ofrljiistl week in Haze Green I 1 i Kelly Fulks who killed Rob rt Fiilks last Maand placed in jjjull without bail tbijk his case before Judge Adams iiid was still refute b 1 I j HYUly BLUE BELL i j Sees Mother Grow YounajJ It would le hard to overstate the wonderful i change in moth e 7 since sho btfgftn to use Electlrl o Bitters writes Mrs W L ii pitrick of Dahforth MeUiJ though petit 7f jihe seems really J to b growing yotipg again She ejuf ftjred untold IJtsory from dyspfep 1silt for 20 veacsi At last she coil l ll ither oat d Jfi nor sleep Doc rome4iefiled 8 such wonder health They all1 1lr L invigorate organs ieI liver and kitmly troubles iud lcet steep IUlpl1rti strengthand app Itte Only f t1at all ealersff 3 LAifJDSAW 11Y H Tay i ir and wife visite dI cm Frozen latjtjWeek I I i Boyd CuiuJifi is this week put tang grass foil W Irk ham ber i Harrison Thpkettand Levi Dck iiisou made ri eying trip to Catnp tion theSirdLJ j i Arthur Kijfeh who is toacbitii randSundayiIiMrs visited her jiarents IaurrjMcGuire Sunday wif at Sarah Maggie and Lizzie Cobras Myrtle and rftlly Buchanan spent unday with t Mauda Mary i aud Ella hllerlJj iJ t Robert M lifer of Lane wasjhere the 4th on trade with Robert Halsey in thjard to having grim e sawing dons j I Henry Nijltelland Roger Lewis King ancif wife of are at the bedsidtiof Clint Taylorj who is very low With typhoid fever D B CeitLr and Mitch Camp bell were bt tji here today refine had been tptJ P Tackett4 had Mitch to Holjy They each idd arIjnwagon load oi cornlo fRev Dlf Center of your jwn- I preached dt the Murphy fIC hool house 8athday and SUlJd4t to large and ii Attentive audi gees Boones pjrusence always rows large to church i i this crow1iout 1 1 be quite 6 rush of hands tb the Loveland tSmber job of headof Stilltvater Wm Laws6t lf has secured tli contract to lori the boundary and W L Hurst jhn contract to do the trammingII I There h sjbeon for the posttwo or three too much ffcorn juice in this section wbjdh is proving very demoralizing to the commuuit Everything iiS good in its place I but when out of place is very amoyingJJ ij July 20 jj jAtrNTortlired On a Horsey- a JiUtfteiiVears i couldn t ride a hdrse with rjhrbeing in tortn from piles II wr ts L S Napier c fjRug Xess Ky when all doctors and other ren cues failed Buc lensI Arnica 8alve cured me Infalli j ble for pies burns scald puts boils fem sores eczema salt rheum icbtae 250 Gttafabteed t j all slBMWB j j j r iII 1 o f I I f I 11 t i TO CORRESPOKDENTSMail your early so they will reach our oflice not later tlianTuesday morning Monday if possible News received alter that will not be published unless of unusual im portanre Advertise no ones business 1and write nn one side of the paper only LACY CREE- Ks Aunt Eliza Nickell is improving at this writing Cleveland Rose has been on the sick list several days Clarence Trimble and family spent Sunday with Jeff Crney au I family Mrs George Pennington is visit jug her sister Mrs Noah Tibbs placers spentSunday familyILacy andllaugrte lIiss Clemmn of your town visited here Sunday littllson the family of Steve Rose and family Green Lacy whose illness ha been mentioned several times in this column is no better Miss Lizzie King of Tar Ridge Dame over Sunday to see her bro ther iu law Clint Taylor who is very low- Harlan Trimble andwife haveIi been visiting DrC Nickell au i wife of your town for the pas few days brothsdr Grassy spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Gra cie Sexton 11PfromI j t Miss Maud McNabb who is teach ing at this place- R A Cbilders and family W L Bushauan and family and Jus Lacy and wife visited Hoy Chit ders and family Sunday 1 Porter Lacy wife and daughter Flossie attended church at Wells chapel Sunday and took with Logan Nickell and wife There will be a new posto ice on this creek right soon It will be Sonsgstore and you must address your letter Mr or Miss as the case may be Lexy Wolfe county Ky Clint Taylor is very low with typhoid fever Mr Taylor is a man who is liked by all who know andtneighbors are attending him and extending him a helping hand Mr Taylor and family have the sympathy of the entire community us they have had so much sickness the past year We were living in hopes and thought we were soon going to have a railroad through this sec tion at once as the M C road was to be extended to Hazel Green pro vided the right of way was given on the sutyey The people of this section very readily gave it but we learn some few individuals onD the Stillwater side refused to sign know rihowtheir ties 12 miles to Helechawa could the tlfora on several different rules and went to the book where I got the squir rel problem and somehow it wont figure out Sol will aEk Mr Lamp ton to please figure it out and give me the correct answer flJulyLife 100000 Years AgoE Scientists have found in a cave to in Switzerland bones of men whoii lived 100000 years ago when life was in constant danger from wild beasts Today the danger asb shown by A W Brown of Alexander Me is largely from deadly disease If it had not been for Dr Kings New 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 coldsd obstinate coughs and prevent pneumonia its the best medicine on earth 50c and 100 Guaran teed by all dealers Trial bottle free dtbatuDoUOear L 6 SANDFIELD- J ll McNabb is on the sick list Uncle Land McNabb made a flying trip to Stillwater Sunday countYfcamefield an legal business J Everybody remember that Hari rv Gardner the colored preacher Saturdarji Mr and Mrs Ed McNabb Nant CourtneyStamper Mrs Lizzie Davis Sunday daughteMrshere Saturday en route to Red rive r dto attend the big meeting i July 20 POLLY ij pertr come deranged the liver and the kidneys congested causing name ous diseases The stomach anjl liver must be restored to a healthy nrs Stomach and Liver Tablets can be depended upon to do it Easy toI UyB1 STAMPER BRANCH I sRolla Clark and Jack Sally pasl od through this section Sunday James Stamper and family were guests of Drew Stamper and wife Sunday Lewis Coldiron was a guest of his pister Mrs Tom Stamper ladt Sunday i friendtblustMrs Ellis Ratliffe was visitiJigi her sister Mrs Nannie Stamper lMonday Shy Swango is in this section threshing wheat Wheat crops are fine through here Mrs Elizabeth Hollow was a guest of her daughter Mrs Naju nie Stamper Monday i Mort Stamper and wife visited the hatters parents Dennis JIM Ion and wife Sunday Mrs Louise Coldiron was a guest of her daughter Mrs Frances eveningrGreenberry and Edith Stamper visited their grandparents Ovtjeii nighCleveland at ter Naunie were guests of their sister Mrs Eliza Stamper Sun day Charlie Stamper a little daughter of Mort Stamper and a little of childof George Brooks are on the sick list Tom Stamper and Geo Brooks are making railroad ties for John BopneStamper ty CourtheyBush B jjCoxwater Monday July 26 SPRINGTIME A Night Riders Raid The worst night riders are tale croton oil or aloes pills They raid your bed to rob you of rest so with Dr Kings New Life They never distress or inconvenience of but always cleanse system curing colds hfead constipation malaria i 25c all dealers STILLWATER Ida Beasley is on the sick list J K Rose was out calling on thee sex Sunday Mies Ida Beasley visited Ninnie Saturday and Sunday J H Fowler of Salt Lick went Hazel Green Saturday return ing here Monday Erna and Herman Tyra Nave sick for six or seven days but are somewhat better at this writingfrGeorge Buchanan and wife visited Charles Lafevre and wife Thursday and in the meantime j sold them some vegetables The rain which fell here T inrs night improved the growing crops considerably Early corn was greatly ir L eed of rain Dr A C Nickell of your town was here last week to see the infant her child of Rev Jeff Btewer has been sick for about 40 daysThey were all Brewers jMarJdi I ried Wednesday July 21 James Brewer JrJ Iud Sarah Brewer both of Luurol Rev Jeff Brewer officiating ji The well ties not yet been completed on the Jeff Brewer farm on account of some breakage in ti rig but it is expected to be completed this week superintendent Gas Co of Lexington has been here the past week waiting to seethe result of the oil well on t Brewer farm 1rhas been visiting T Combs near Mt Sterling for some time i past returned ho about the middle of last week HBandsays Thrasher has about 50 in corn and 10 acres in tobacco- S C Rose and wife visited Jeff1 M Rose and family Saturday night Mrs Rose informed your correspondent that her daughter Miss Berrilla and granddaughter engageduringd canning berries They still have a nice lot of sweet apple to work up i July 20 i DOMINGO J100 REWARD UOO The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least tone dreaded disease that science has been able to cur in all its stages and that is catarrh fall Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure no known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being aconnlilutionxldiaeseergquiresacon i stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure in taken internally acting directly upon the I eyetefthe m disease and giving the patient strength b buildiug up the constitution and assistiu e nature in doing its work The proprietor Ihae no much faith in its curative powers l that this offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address FIJ CHENEY tCOTake hall it Family Tills for constipation TO LIVER Roy McXabb left for SaturdayMr MrsByrd McNabb were guests of W T Wills Sunday Elsberry Haddix and sister Miss Aquilla attended the meeting atJSun ayIjI Mrs Jack Sally who has been ill for some time is much better this writing SlMissesjeyerNora Wilts Sunday Mrs Rrtnce Lackev was JL guest J M Toliver and family Satur day night and SundayseMrs Frances James and little son Robert were guests of J W Sweeney Saturday night Wick LHndnim of Mbnifee coun was ai guest of his parents A Landriim and wife Sunday Misses Mattie and Loma McII were guests of their uncle Henry Stamper Saturday night Mr anii Mrs Clint Taylor who have been in Middletown Ohio for soma time returned home Monday1 Miss Emma Landrum Garland Boling sad Dorsie Stamper were pleasantly entertained at the home Misses Mattie and Loma Mc tlNabbKJulyTeething children have more or 10 less diarrhoea which can be conaltrolled by giving Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea RemnAll that is necessary is tofegive the prescribed dose after each operation of the bowels more than natural i and then castor oil to cleanse the system it is safe and be sure Sbld by all de lersofTRENTq1Arlie Cecil of near Consolation was in this section Sunday Miss Nannie Barker is visiting end relatives at Consolation this week I Mesdames J H Barker and El be mina Jordan were gpests of C H Barker and family SundayItl asMrsfhSterlingMrs J H Barker S ndaynightp Miss Lillie Stamper of Stamper Branch passed through here on the war to Hazel Gr en Saturday Mr and MM Ed Cecil of Con splation paued through this secbe tion en route to Campton Satorfl1 j Joe Beasley Henry Vauoleave and GeorgE Culbertsou went to Mt Sterling Tuesday returning home Friday Mr and Mrs Clarence Trimble of Lacy creek were guests of thee latters brother Walter Maloney and family Saturday Miss Laura Beasleyj whtv has been staying with RJ McLin at Hazel Green for four or five Weeks returned home Thursday twohedaughters of Hazl GreenWere HVdayrecentlyAMisses Dorcas Barker and Lau attendedmchurch at Wells Chapel Sunday report a large congregation July 26 SNOWDROP Soreness of the niueclee whether induced by violent exercise or injury is quickly relieved by the free application of ChsmberlaiVLinl equallydand always affords quick relief Sold by all dealers MAYTOWN ispaintingtheLloyd Finch is very low with typhoid fever at this writing- e prowMay as teacher Dr Wm Swango has been very sick but seems to be somewhat better at this writing Charles Childexsand rQqe Oak toeisprogressiugsupervision of Henry Neff showedtlast week and he expects they will be ready for use by next week Claude Day and Jamilof Toli ver spent Sunday fcVtBVbome of placenJim Little left on Monday for Breathitt county to buy a bunch of sheep before Ben Murphy gabsonto the scheme J T Crain Rev FjAgax and Murphy and family of Va t leria spent Sunday with J M Richie and family Andy Fhipps a notedcarpenter mill man farmer and horse will commence Monday repairing the old M E church at this placeA playedhereboys and the Pomeroyton nine resulting in favor of Pomer oyton 1 Rev F Agar preached hen last Sunday morning to a fairsized audience The parson carries a concertina with him to furnish for the singers July 26 POET Chamberlain Stomacfrand Liver i Tablets gently stimulate the liver and bowels to expel poison ous matter cleanse the system cure constipation and sick headtache Sold by all dealers Quite a gooddeal of nthu iasm i Central and Eastern t has been aroused by the ot the Blue Grass Fair a88o ciation to make Tueaday August 1 the seconddaya EeXiBgtoniCentral Kentucky daYrReg ular 50f tickets at the Deduced of three for 1 are being of papersthroughout portedIf50000 people on the grounds theassociation OB the day in A splendid show and y providedMany y and three gaited saddletkbrses fine harness horsesjoftdsterMpdteaTy harness horses will be offered The feature of the racing program will the great Thousand Dollar two yearold trot the rtcbest 6Tent of kind ever offered by r any fair There will also be a class running race the Blue Fair Handicap a wonderful of free acts and varied features to amuse and entertain thousands who wilt attend Tickets at the rate of 3 for t1tgood only oh Tuesday i August 10 can secured either attbis offlca or the Secretary oftbtBlM Fair direct J 1 5 l r I oi r f t r r c n rJ I f J i 11 i I J I I t Is 1 t j Jli JliJfHIJ RIbHazel rInPcI i elallmAtfer-I It 11ENCER COJOPER j I EditII JelVfto THURSDAY July 29 jI1 19 f ji I WOLFE COUNty COURT DI CTORYI WOLFE CIRCUIT couJ Ti phJAMSI 1 I j torlleyIey jI Meets third Monday in January J lugIber 1 i it I COUjTiII I jI I iI i CARIOLLROBERT L Clerk Meets first Moijday in each inuutli I WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first TueJday in April irit Tues day iin OctobetIf I Ij j MAGIStHATES COURTJSJ FritlllYiujDistrictj Iiday in February May August 4ud No- Vfmber 4 Ir J Jir FridayinDistrict No tI It Loigjt first Friday inIMarch May August and Nove liter i I oldaycember I j i v I I thirdiFyidaFebruary inI Frii IH FriIHDe IIit 1Districtj I Frii f l settrII i jI DEMOCRLTIC JI kE JI s 1 1WOLF COUNTY I j j faForj I tVSALLiliY 1ForOfForj i For Co Superintehient f TA cLB EEIFor Surveyor E C CKEEUIL i For n SAMPIjEMORCI t t For Circuit Judge 32nd District I l J B U NNAlJJFor Commonwealji8 Attorney SUnfl J DistrictUJOIIN SAUG H For County Judgetr C FEhUSiweFor County AttordeyJ P IAN oa ANFora I KForCirouit1 t ntjWWNForFor j jliANKY 1 For coronerJzAClIt n t i TUB prosper for the extsi t of the Mountain Central railroadI is now more flittering to the peo I Raitpie of Hazel Green at least j thanI sofarmerst cotj I qrlevenselling Ithe come down Trap up Laurel and I down the Swdngo forkof SLa aynati creek to Hazel Green whidliOhlessen the disulnce about d ri and be far more direct J3o far they have met with much oncour Ij coGii verse John Hqnry Canipbe 1feeIr kerIi Cecil are those why have given the right of wayall this pr r side of Stillwajar and as jit was I 1tpractically secured to that ioint favitft dkand I contracts let for grading Not one 10 of the men named was at firjs dis j tfr posed to right z zbutupon mature ofpaqnof I j the matter concluded do f bJrwise and we opina that theyjwill never have can e to regret 1 heirte action it the sol I I IaDThe first aerial me theofc incorp4rLin+ fE j as in The New York Aerial and jlanu facturing Co of Brooklyn jand its object is to transport pksen baggageiand Ot i jair I Iships aeroplanes aviators and whatever for arealnavigati 0n u paTheing haTheBEforr otrIt has relieved more pain and sufleingi and saved more liytethaaurot ar Bifid =eioaiav laY far sad and pdt+lta Sold brfUdeaJera f- I w f I i I Jr JtjFJ 1 jjII I Confipy School Branches tWe hjaye received a bulletin from aathe Stajte Educational Department I giving ft ist of the branches to be studied jn the various grades in the co dtry schools as outlined1 by Stab Superintendent Crabbe They are as follows I First Jrade Heading spelling cul pbysicalerSeconcj Grade Reading apelling ing language arithmetic physical ctrl instructionU9Third trade Reading spelling ing language arithmetic wrcul detareFourth GradeReading spelling writing language arithmetic geogra 1 ysical culture music and oral ins tion y yowwritrsIlanguage arithmetic geography physical Culture music and oral instruction j Sixth Jrnde Reading spelling writing language arithmetic geography mericaij history physical culture music and ominetructioA- eventh t S Grade Reading spelling writing llanguage arithmetic geography American history physical culture music and Oral1 instruction EighthtradeReading spelling writ ing language arithmetic geography physiology hygiene physics American Ihistory civicst physicalI cultureI music and oral instruction The oral instruction rhothe en intireoice literature and such textbooks arid reference books as im prove the mind Marine Strides Forward Th9 Winchester Suti Senti s forth the following reasons why Kentucky has been so dilatory dove ur resoIeat and predicts that in the near fu ture it will be one of the most ored states in the union R adrent vplte in that her almost inexhaust ible resources were not developed until thdre was a demand for them Heattlementsjin this country were ti tmade in the east along the AtJan tic coast Virginia still refers totoKentuck as her back yard When the first great continental railroads re contemplated Kentucky barrier All of the streams rise in the southeast and thei general flow is in a north western mrection To build a r Kentuckytand streins diagonally In do10galongthis it wquld be necessary t m wtmmuch cheaper route was fou north of he Ohio river where the fucountryilroad from the east to t uth west through the tidewater untry epst of the Allegheny and ranges of mountains Theseiare the reasons why Kentucky felt so far behind her sister states is development civil war two main lines of railroad jvera built the Cittc Southern running north a aid the Chesapeake and io runfaing east and west The so leacompletita of these roads was of deveJopmentEach al land that were inaccessible fore pther lines followed ndaders fob the main roads will be built whneeded Thus it When the tttoadoduct01ketothhna= mostWi ored stiite in the union I =Patty Organization The De ocratic party leaders are oreparing to effect one of the ongest Mate organizations the rty has ver had in its history The Comnlittee godthe State Central Committee for purpose of establishing and maintaining permanent headquar for e and oirganizing the party in state ire determined to work padin rty any rid be aredenJter few will procn Lexington all necessary office furniture installed and head quarters thownopen permanently organizationpnrpose this committee is to eliminate next falforeparty in tHe state and organize the rty as a Democratic party keep out all animosities which may ve arieeh There will be no spd anti Beckham or any her foolish and foolhardy isms for ognized by the Committee in its work Its f workwill be in interest of the Democratic par to that end it will bend every no ktDBty Somerset Journal I ILIi A Cause of Crime In no civilized country on face of the globe are there as many homicides as in the United States It is estimated that 20000mur ders occur in this country e year and that only one in ten of those committing the homicides are ever punished and seven of the litotenI receive only prison sentences It is a rare case for a man sen tenced to life imprisonment to writnerve out his term Pardon inter venes in nearly every case Hu man life with us is held very cheap listenMto almost any plea set up bv theI fendant It is claimed that the record for the first six month of thehyexec JConce three murderers took their n lives after the commission of their crime Many murders re main unsolved no arrests follow ing but when an arrest is made it is a difficult matter to bring the accused to trial owing to the delays engineered by the attorneys Thus elapseafterbefore a trial is had In e cases it is not very difficult to se cure an acquittal Wo frequently try to find an ex case for the prevalence of theI crime of homicide by attributing it to the large foreign ale among our population thatmale ment being largely composed of low and vicious with brutal and in whom the instinct revenge is uppermost It is possibly true that a majority of the homicides are committed by persona of foreign birth but native born Americans have come to point of looking on human life as of very little consideration But netafter all the nal cause will be found lU the fact that punishment I does not follow or ifit does 1 low it is only after months of lay and then as u rule is inade gnat to the crime Punishment swift and sure is a greater deter ofcrime than severity of pun The man who contem ates a crime can readily calcu late under our system that he has punilhmentnce in the pursuit of never g estThe laws give all the advent ag the man accused of crime L the prosecution is hampered at every turn Continuances can be kindinof a pleaj Changes of sauna can demanded and are seldom den defeaY ed out many advantages overmeprosecution Then the trial is permitted by the Court to d j day after day week a frelockt and in some cases for mon t the time being frittered away dneedless questionings of witnea arguments over motions short hours of court sessions heLynch law is one of the direct outgrowths of thIs lack ofswiltm and sure punishment through the mediums of the courts The cr votLiii inal laws of the various bt thisnshould be followed by a remodel ing of the court system which now gatndpunishment is too easy and jjust long as the chances to escAu fatL the criminal human life will bethcheapCincinnati Enquirerin The greatest race ever offered byefair association for twoyearold Dolistar upredby contest =on Tuesday August 10 the day of the fair Entries sector DO event recently closed aud i favored with a splendid lis twelve nominations There tare Kli apparently more good baby trot tars out this year than at any pre contestbetweeuLexington track is being looked u forward to by every lover ofa nj horse in the middle west and south The Blue Grass Fair association I 1 has done a splendid thing n1 trottiug horse interests by offering jj this liberal purse Other Jassociations holfollowI that the socalled baby trotters l throredhave more J assist their development than have ever been given them beforeev Wife Desertion a felonyougA bill ie to be introduced in the Legislature making wife and desertion a penitentiary ofread The proposition strikes us sent fiodgoi worked Wblessstate No punishment is to severe offer the brute who deserts his wife send BintheDrandI lawty f doubt be willjj i DrJ1110ll t in7r Tax Reform In Kentucky- the There is a general misunder standing among the people as the proposed tax reform in K stroryurged by many of our leading citi zens Instead of being for the I purpose of protecting capital as is erroneously supposed by m kiit is really for the purpose of ing capital invested in stocks bonds and other forms of person nits pay the just proportion of the expenses of the state 1nder our present constitution the very prin ciple of equal taxation is destroy ed by our tax lows and the farm lands acid other real estate about threefourths of the taxes fl the state county and municipality while the personal property I by hiding out pays less than o ief fourth when it should pay at least onfehalf Kentucky is not only driving capital put of the I state by its msierable and anj tiquated tax laws but it is putting most all of the burden of taxat upon the farmers whoj have u thing in sight Kentucky can iiiuchi ties untiljwe amend the Constitution so tHat wo can have a male equitablelsystem of taxation The Tax Reform Commission is labor ing to that end and seeks to have I a llaw modeled after that in m I of the progressive states IiY f plan is that farmers shall pay of taxes on their farms for taut purposes and that their tool es tate shall be exempt from all state taxation that the state shall rive its entire revenue from p sonal property and corporatio- the u and that the real estate of cities I shall only pay municipal taxes This is practically the law in New Ytrkand Pennsylvania and has worked admirably A tax rat burIeI out of hiding the hundreds millions of personality witho making the rate too heavy is reform that should have the s port of thinking peopleIai bethtown News Conventiond i chairedisestrict composed of the counties OwseJf CityKyf = i prescribivgth SerialiedQo ordeltdr by said committee that a mass eting be held at the cqunty seat saidaffdistrict on Saturday July 31 at f purposeband that the Chairman of the rasps of paanding to order und proceed to take presentindidate receiving the majority of es present shall receive the elec theise Chairman of the Democratic Executive Committee for said countybshall certify said vote and del es shall be appointed to cast any e at the generalconvention which convenes at Jackson Ky i g 1190Qat 1 oclock p m All known Democrats legal qualifications ofa vote r the county wherein he offers t shall be allowed to particii in said convention FAYOU Get Up ttWith1 a Lame Back MlSCrablc1Almost I H bladder remedy be I l properties fulfills alnlo every wish iu ove str 9 coming rheumatism ti II U III 8 and every urinary passage I corrects inability t water and scaldingpain in passitigit bad effects following use of liquor ullpleasantnecessityugh the day and to get up many nded for ything but if you have kidney liver justthei thorhly proved so successful a special are rangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who hats not al y tried it may have a sample by mail also a book bottleIe about SwaUJpRoot and ontifyonhavekid- neyorbladder en in your writing this this troubleJJ rcmarkIi Root kidUpart oCtbe nightSwampRoot that free Khmer Co uKghamton Ni y The regular fiftycent byaUmistakebutRoot JCbBer SwazpRoot asd the aoV fitYaflACTt sbtrttl s i I i li T toBlue Grass FairNCORPORATCO ii ji Lexington Ky August 914f j 6 BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS 6The Biggest and Best in the South 25000i i PREMIUMSPaYsj The Best Horse Show in America Splendid Display of Every Class of Live Stock Excellent Automobile Unexcelled of Amusement and Carnival Attractions I o10Big Free Acts Dailyl0 I For Catalogue or further Information tdinu JOUETT SHOUSE Secy Lexington Ky iCLEAI INGUP SALE e- eT leasI I j rFaII GooasS j MAPLEI I 5 TROY IAre reducing stock to make areofotherutcostupcheap everythingza Racing Program Trimmed and untrimmed hats sold NOW AT COST Ribbons Laces Ladies Collars Belts Hair PutTs Barrettes cj Something lik this in pricei OO1softollars 18c to 20 Ladies Fine Lace Collars worth 2 00111 Hair worth 125 at 90 fLaces at 4c to 9c per yard and embroidery at 4c to 10c per yardJ For SaloA Victor graphophone with 30 records will be sold fort less than the cost of the recorIApply at this office NOTICE jjI G T Center County Judge of Wolfe Countyof J j will make application to the Governor I Kentucky on August 10 1909 to rdon Frank Center who was convict sentenced to the penitentiary for one year at the term 1909 of Wolfe Circuit court A H STAMPER This July 3U llOlIFarm for Sale 0timberbalance scarerocks ail fenced and cross fenced goodIlandifpay CloseWtowngoodschogchurches Price reserving five acres x200oJIizEiAND ORNAMENTAL TREESIj I Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and F HILLENMEYER SO LEXINGTON KY jstKILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS Kongst DiscoveryII I rz AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED OB MONEY BBPUNDlS 11L MECHANICMama electtkltJ1heICODIiDioclcoccudbo1or practiaJlullolplctur umefSampson Pub Bacon Boston MiK Photography litereas wijboJy AYaatcan- Mlorveurnrieuhesm Deaiitiful pictures month pI1utecritt I stoat SampU rjIfanextloa paper ArleJIaaa uam- I I Co a SL t copy IkU sc o i c i 1000j Saddle Horse Stake a j Monday Aug 9jBitbClaTrottiDtaDdR Races Daily i f each 1 5atPuffs April I I I TnO WinOnOstOI Bant WINCHESTER KY t X H WiTHEKsrooN Pres I W R SiHAit Cashier i jlj Undivided Pronto 17OOOOOO Handsome Deposit of over aOO00000 dThi8 bank solicits the accounted z merchants farmers traders and bai iness men generally throughout East 1 ern Kentucky and offers its custom Ier8every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate ibanking loct2ly 1 j GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER J 1 HAZEL GREEN KY jsIhave several fine Coffins in myjj shop and am prepared to make 4 any style to order and on the moat reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE OJor1ufth1jhD I j i consistiog i garden and outbuildigs One of tiemost desirable locations in Hazel Gree generalpair n jof the kind in the con try being fur nished with a complete outfit of too s andstock of materials and xupplies also machineryWilltogetheroriseparatelyFor addressMarch 11 Haze Green Ky v DR C H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers tillservecounttryatllictiooOfficeadjoininggreen Bank 1 HOUSED t Hazel Creen Ky Mn LOV DAY Proprietor Best Alargelighted by ca thrtmghoat sod special acBffi dAttoju to tzsTelui sea y f o Ii- Y J 1 J iI i I i rr 11Mr u iff i F ii i- r t ifi I f I i 1 j i i When the HairFalls Stop it And why not Fall ing hair Is a disease a regular disease and Ayers Hair Vigor as made from our new im proved formula quickly and completely destroys that dis ease The hair stops falling out grows more rapidly and all dandruff disappears Doa not change the color of the hair ffonauU with weh kottl Show It to your A orsthaadoa abMUt h a7 The little book in each package gives the formula of our new Hair Vigor tells why each ingredient is used and ex thingsAfterhair preparation does its work so well Mad bythJCyerCo LowsilMrn THEi HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTSROXA KOLA Capt W L Hurst of Campton was the guest of Sam Kash Tues day uight Quite a crowd of young people from this place attended tho funeral meeting at Adel Sunday A Mr Powors one of the drill ers at the Brewer well was a guest of the Day House over Sunday Mrs Anna Craven left Monday morning for Campton to attend to some business concerning her deceased husbands estate Tho funeral at lnclo Bill Davie on the head of Red river Sunday attracted a crowd estimated at 1500 people and everybody was well behaved Doug Evans of Campton su perintendent of the Cumberland Pipe Line passed through Hazel Green last Monday morning on a tour of inspection Dr A C Nickell was at the Brewer well on Laurel Tuesday morning and stated that thoy re ported to be 2i feet in the oil sand and about 1800 feet down Robert Blackburn of Stanton and Chas Kerr of Louisville were guests of the Day House Wodnes day They were here in interest of a ilfe insurance company of Louisville Misses Florence Janie and Net tie Napier and Alice Wilson of Owsley county were guests of Miss Cora Rose during the week Miss Florence will read THE HERALD for some time to comeIO P Carter and wife of Bonny and little granddaughter Marguerite i were guests of Charley and Robert Cecil over Sunday While here he advanced his subscription to THE HERALD one year Dr Center reports the following births To tho wife of Ingram j I Buchanan of Malaga July 14 a girl and to the wife of Roy Hurst of Malaga July 15 a girl This was overlooked last week For nearly four months it has rained in this vicinity every Mon day and as the old saying goes it will rain two more days in the week you can surmise how much j rain we have had in the meantime l i In a difficulty on Gilmore Friday j last between Rev John W j Burcham and Raleigh Cecil they cut each other in several places and at one time the wounds in flicted were thought to be serious E But it is now learned that both men will recoverIWolfe county teachers institute will convene at Campton next Mon day It is the duty of every teach er in tho county to be there and allshould make it a point to at tend else their commissions mayI be revoked Friday August G will be Trustee Day when all school trustees should be present I l oflGods footstool Sam f bernates he thinks of the welfarel of THE HERALD Last week he left for Maytown to do some paint jug for James Little and since theit he sent us a money order advancing j Charley Samples subscription one year Bully for you Sam i j I J So many mysterious murders in tiptrunkthe land that it baffles the authorities to keep up with thorn Ontf truejuand his roommate had disappear = I t pl J i it r 1 I SPECIAH5 TRAINS i And I Reduced Rate Rave Been Arranged I I Ifrr the Blue bjass FairEvery f Faculty jing I j I t I J i 5 I IThe rate of bIle fare plus 25je for the round trip willapply from all points in Kentucky and froni LexingtobdUImg Grass Fair Anjrfst 9 to 11 This rate goes into enlisct August ei day before fair and return ticker- will si bo good to leave Lexingtt not Inter thanfijiidnighti of Au rqndailyi enouginenough in tho Afternoon to aftofd tho opportunity f to spend a loyg day tilled with anjoyment at tie Blue Grass Fair j L wcontract Let f or New Depotlii Work on the new depot in tlii city will beginfiti a tow days aidl will be pushed rapidly to con plotion for the work was let on Satiny to A M Walk- up contractor of Richmond ta and the plant and specifications have been finishLd and are nowlin lthedepotsite about 1900 The building wi1 be situated between Maysville entrlllicefran umbrella Mjed running alqng tt e mum track rom one street to the other Tp1building will jbe oily one story Slid will be bniltf of stoltelr depot and will11 contain telegrilphi otlice ticket ittee baggage roj m and waiting riijms and when cijui ploted will belojtie of the prett es t passenger statadus along the Cljes trkefromt buildinglitSterlingi I f CASTORI For Infants and Children f The Kind Yoq pare Always BoujgM Bears theiiI IfofSignature of Cjfuti ff e ff I f i Ask TfoLrself Why While sitthfl around in the jov ebing suiokiugjour cob pips en Jpyine the COb breezes of the ayI Whichyoul 1 ask yourself this queston YhyE 6m I not aj subscriber Dput I you think yojulcould stand an hut lay of less that two cents aMeek= 52 weeks r Gtlfor a THK HERALD jhich you could call your own a piper which the qhil Irmi would ninv ronrliurr and the goodwife too It gives all the i home newst what your sela fives and frtetills are doing and ceeps you pt on all matters of interest in ihfe community Try it for a time abd you will never beII without it again j H1 f i iIi itt sit king in one qfJ the stores in town the other discussing as td the Whereabouts and welfare ort the 1 many young i men who had left these parts lti seek their o tuneII Elsewhere J3bme had gone tolTex TIS others tdj JDklaboma n fezwto Mississippiiaftd so ou through the youngfolks j was presentj spoke up and said I Ive got tyo sons who went away and they both enlisted In other words inteirupted a bystander youve got a dime invested in the army Pleasant Visitors I Miss Corti f jtosei of our town accompanied I t ijy Misses Florence Janie and Kejttio Napier and Miss Alice Wilsjin allof Booueville 1 visited Turf HERALD office Monday to investigate the mysteries ofa first class prut shop They are a charming sbtjt of young ladie and t seemed delS hted to find out the manner in Ivjiich the best paler on earth is gjten out Call hgain t ladies we ate always pleaded to f meet you j A rumor was rife here Monday that two wen named Las m on Sunday became involved in t diffi culty while playing ball on preen brier and that one broke tho skull ff- of tho othqr with a baseball hat Clay LawsOn was the one wjio Inflicted i the Tound and his victims na we wajee Lawson Thiy are ff- b others anal the former slid to be a large niau while the latter is t mall The wounded matwastaken to a hospital at I t Laurel Creek in this cou tty is 1 well blessed with Brewers There are also a Tow Nickells and some Kaah but you cant buy a gJss of Iwer i I I I i 111 I J a i Has a Good Position DKAKK COILEOK Orange N J July 22 09 K3Perhapsothers of my Hazel Green friend- to know that after some mont s of teaching in tho Bowling Green Business University that school secured me one of the much for eastern positions and now I am pleasantly situated as teacher ofstenographic work in Drakes Business College of this city duringlIwwork is light my hours being from 830a m to 100 p m Drakes Business College is one of the oldest of its kind in the east Orange tins a population of 80000 and we are located 10 miles from New York citv in fact we an spoken of as New York we are so neai I have a position which af fords me much experience in tho worldas well as school works have been in New York severall l times already and shall see alll points of interest in tho city in a- very short time as I have several students whose homes are in this Queen City of America Our school has excursions to al places of importance near WY leave Friday 23rd for Coney Is and via New York bay and the Atlantic returning Monday Au gust 3 we have an outing to be spent at Niagara Falls Besides these there will be numerous other things for amusement during th summer so you can readily see have plenty to interest me and di rect my thoughts from ever giving up the study which I intend to make my lifes work I often think of Hazel Green und its good people At times I stop and wonder what changes have taken place since my deport tire and in all my changes aud amid all the nois and bustle o my present world I have never ceased to watch each bit of tew from the mountains of Old Kentucky I still keep in touch withl Tin HERALD read ads and all Wishing it much success and with kindest regards to Mrs Coop er and yourself together with the L O T M and all Hazel Green friends I am The same little girl AKTA LAKE DYE 14 Cleveland St n Shot By Negro Toughs Jackson July 25Ben Sowell ana James Goff young men of prominent local families were fired upon and probably fatally wounded by a crowd of negroes near a blind tiger at the edge of town last night Ed Wade the negro who shot James Goff had been drunk and raising a general disturbance for an hour or so in the neighborhood of the blind tiger section known- as Snake Valley and one of the worst neighborhoods in America Sewell aud Gotl went with Town Marshal J L Stidbam to the scene of the disorder No sooner had the officer and his companions arrived than the two negroes backed by a crowd of toughs attacked them and shot Goff under the arm pit and Sewell in the breast at the point of the collar The negroes and the whole crowd then started to run and were pur sued by Marshal Stidham now i alone The negro Wade stopped to shoot at the officer and havingi emptied his pistol without hitting his pursuer was soon captured The marshal brought him to jail and sought help to bring Sewell and Goff home they having been able to walk only a little way on account of loss of blood Mr Sewell was taken to a Lexington hospital on an early tl ain thisI morningThe has aroused a high i pitch of public indignation against the blind tiger system that has been prevailing here for a longtime i and which has been the source of much disturbance Day before yesterday boy not 12 years old aud prominently connected was made drunk iu one of them t and would have died of intoxication had it not been for medical aid promptly rendered- A l mass convention was held in the court house yesterday a ro I form ticket nominated headed byII Dr 0 H Swango put in the field I aud resolutions passed strongly condemning the present county I administration I Busy Bees communication from Lacy creek came too late forii use this week and as most of thell items wore incladed in those of 1 our regular correspondent we are forced to omit same But come again Busy Bee and we will do the best we can for you Again we are under obligations I to Tom Lee for some of his elegant i honey This time it was of the sourwood kind perfectly white and Miss Glenn the littleniece he is raising made the presentation L riNTUCKYKERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely ChronicleddI I I Jones of near Olympia had stagexamining trial Friday for the kill of Theodore Shrout July I and was held without bail tWhile operating a mower on the fart of Robert Shields in Bath county Thos Eraser became entangled in the blades and his tout wow cut off ttJohn Woodford a prominent farmer near Paris last week threshed fir ltloof tdlacres of wheat that made a net averaged of H3 bushels to the acre The jury in the case of Wra Spmu f who was tried in Carter county for the murder of the Cooper family in LuV reeve county last tall returned a ve edict of guilty with life imprisonment Reports from the Eleventh congas atonal district state that Caleb Power- I has entered the political arena and as sires to the congressional nomination to succeed D C Edwards the present in cumbent 1A young eagle measuring six f from tip to tip was captured in a corn 1field about sight miles from Louisvillp The bird flew down into the field and 1the corn was so thick it was unable to spread its wings and Jet away A factory for the making and repair ing of fine shoes will be opened in Ml Sterling about August 1 James OCon nell will be the manager Machinery of thIe plant run by electricity At a special term of the Letcher Cir cuit court Harrison tanks charged with the murder of his brother Spence flanks last February the jury brought inja verdict of manslaughter and fixed tin punishment at five years in the 1peniten tiary I i asfBuckIt veteran inoonnhiner of Morgan usenthusiastic delight was last week captured by Deputy Marshal Jackson and taken to Mt Sterling Si is I- Itold c Bender and has been in the tOils numerous tunes Cincinnati capitalists are having a preliminary railroad survey made fryin Yale in Bath county up the Lickin river to West Liberty The road if con structed will intersect the C S 0 railroad either at Salt Lick or Farmers mid ailbrd an outlet for the great cannel opal fields of Morgan county I Just because a goat belonging to Huns Bloomer butted him Anthony Bradsl aw filed suit for 0000 damages in the Jef erson Circuit court Although no phy sical injuries were sustained when Jill goat struck him Hru shaw says the I mental anguish and humiliation he suf fered are worth the amount sued forj William W Wyatt aged 65 year a prom lent Montgomery county fanfler was shot and killed by Sam Hedges a nearLittleIt seems that Wyatt had hired Hedges to build a tobacco barn and had paid him about 30 A dispute arose and Hedges procured a shotgun and riddled I Wyatts body i Mrs Noah Parks of Murray was ironing with a patent gasoline iron Jhe left it for a few minutes and two of her children began playing with it and upset it An explosion followad and j the childrens clothes caught fire titter saving the children and the resideice with her clothing burned off and her body blistered she telephoned her bus band but she died almost as soon as he arrived A fiveyearold boy was the innocent cause ot his mothers murder andi his fathers suicide At a picnic near La tonia the child bought an ice cam cone and gave it to his mother which so incensed the drinkcrazed father James E Tully that be pulled his revolver and shot her in the head killing her instantly He then turned the gub on himself the bullet entering the peck and penetrating the brain from the effects of which he soon after died itj the yovington jail whither he had been taken s Will Edwards was sitting in a Chair leaning against an apple tree iirt his yard near Boyd engaged in reading a newspaper His attention was attracted by a slight noise and glancing around he was surprised to observe the bead of a big black snake protruding over his right shoulder on a level with and close to his face The snakes beady eyes were apparently fastened on the print Mr Edwards was reading and it was darting its tongue in and out with evident de ight Mr Edwards objected to the in terloper rudely reading oyer his shoul der and with a yell of indignation he smote the snake with newspaper and rolled out of his chair the other+ way When he found a club he killad thes snake which measured three feet and six inches in length It was crawling own the tree and found Mr Edwards in the way Cynthiana Democrat tI c- Chllclren Cry FOE FLETCHElS j rJCASTORIr ii i i i I ITheI I and lute been mnuo under his sonal supervision strive its perIIAllow no one to deceive youin All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of lutuuts uud ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Criteria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorle Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It svoutains neither Option Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverislmcss It cures Dlarrhcua and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation mad Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the sleepeThe Childrens rauacea The Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of III i The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe NTUH COMMNT TT YYaTTR HXW tOtaa CITY BROSiDealers in General Merchandise Country Produce etc Our stock of Spring and Summer Goods is complete All the latest styles in Dress Goods and Linens 6CALICOES at 5 Cents a Yard OUR FINE LINE OF SHOES OXFORDS I are upto dato and willastonish If You Dont See What You youII THE NEXT SESSION OF AZELGREEN ACADEMY WILL BEGINS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14l Kash JohnsonKash r DEALERS INII General MerchandiseCO- UNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the peopl of Hazel Green and vicinity to the now stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware c and especially ejr HAMILTONBROWN SHOESspecialty We have them in all the varied styles and quality for profitAllour former immense stock including in the lot some very fine and many pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain will be sold At Cost and Carriage and Even Lessj Kash Johnson a Kasht c 1 r i l1li t i f tl I 1 4oJ r I II I s r PoII I I j r I Z I r I I r I i I i I 1 u POllY ofoo- Sr ltee CffiUUSS i I MAKUAllKT MAYO ii Copyright 1908 by Dodd Mud i I Jlkd 1l4e R3aaced admit Lgly- at the new brown relit the lagher tartling tie and the neat little pbsy In Jims buttonhole I tea fellows said Id have td lick op a btt If I was icomln to s4 4- ao ou as not to make you ashamed Off me Idokt1oIS s down approvingly at his new trown t clothes much For the first date Jim I IVerythe unfamiliar manner vfjber i i speech He began to feel self font i A J b t- J J J you mean that you nint ru trrtr I I r i 1 she would ti I looked at Ii Iitielt on In jvjtke Hasty come the boysj to alter me tstoppedwith a catch lu her thro4tand added more slowly I suppose l itri thing different how that Tub j j gone jJ mod V liked to seen you afore cashed tn Jim answered but 8n1 It was Joat as well he didnt JY hardly V koowed him toward the be sot so thin an peeked llk j I jypUDObodyj i line you still got Bingo she ea through her tears i i Yep we got him drawled bat be aint much good no nt Mccift of the other riders can get Ased Therffeobo lnt each yoa rldm there never will beaBMbbe you think Barker wont llettl SfkJima little yell of his own at thei there thought of her return He was too oJlystace a1omnbeckker Heat me over here today t4 ook i1iesseelalongWakefield to jhatIwrWilltDotllkepet1n1 J cure7O2Watt Jlmf She put one tiny Wand 88 his arm to restrain him meannottodaymphhe en- be back here asoowln next mono I tanIlair face becauso I have to say s1mtklng that is going to hurt you Jimjl1 Youre cumin aint you JP jurt The big face was wrinkled and tfaret tsetawith troubleI j tgotlowr so You mean that you aint pdver t i heiI himii i l11 tezderlyfori aatiToa mustnt care like that jsbe pleaded seeing the blank desoiajtlon that had eotne into his face It Isnt because I doot lore you jug the siime I myIgo Bo turned away She clung totI Ithe loogh brown sleeve Why Jim Gen I Uo In my little room up thenat Findow peamul and atOI I think how U used nolaedwagons the mob la the tent the ling with tea blaring tights the whirling round and rows on Bingo and the hoops always the hoops tm my tread1 got dJfczy and my eyes all pltI land then the hurry after the show audi the heat and the dust or the mud and the i raID and the ramble of thestttotie plains at nSfbt and the std detawful awful treebIn parade anti I kiting I IDIto ahot out the jnemiry Le rid t go f pact to It Jim Jjjuatconldat tarried away her jPac still hldde In Fongf feet abOut It he stfd doggedly I Tea arent aAgry Jim 7She Sti LtetfFAY I yia 1 4 tdawC t t I I 1 1 I I 61 I i SII guess It Couldnt ever come to thatI you tan me Ill be all right j He shrugged his great shoulders Its fast kinder sidden thats all You see I never ftgted on glvln you up an when you sold you wasnt cumin back couldntosee life but longoothlnfilmy dustIIn em But right now nfOOd 11 Just be gettln along j to the wa But havent seen Mr Douglas Holly protested trying toIkeep him irltii her until she couldI think of sortie way to comfort I Ill look tin on him cumin bock said Jim andQus to be alone with his disappointment He was out of the gate could stop him beforelrbe wont you Jim Ill be you She watched him going quick 5 down the road his lists thrust Into Ills brown coat pockets and his hat pollid over his eyes Ll did not look back as he used to do to wave a parting ftfrewell and she turned to ward the h iise with a troubled heartI She had replied the lower step when Strong and j Klverson approached her from the dltjxtlou of the church Was that feller here to take bock to the fircus demanded Strong yous She opened her lips to reply but be fore she could speak Strong assured her that the congregation wouldnt do anything tot top her If she wished to go He Calvthe blank look on her face We ilnt tryln to pry Into none of your Prl ate affairs he ozplained but my slaughter saw you and that there feller JiinaUIn up to each other If youre cajeulatln to run away with him youll save a heap of trouble for the parson Py don It quick The parsYou canJ blame the congregation for not wanjMn him to keep you here You got seuse enough to see how It looks lieiiiseej It too It he wasnt Just plain beheaded Well hed better get ovcr his stubbornness right tinsow If he jlont well get another min ister thats jail Tondontmeanhercleaij enough now She recalled Douglas trir- ntblel agoShef thatShohcn he promised not to lwppentdIndeaconsLapleading and terrified You OhhemerlHeawontesend Mr liouglas away you wont searchinghis hisskfault that I Sept staying on He didnt didtmtry He tried only today oreSo hes cumin round sneered Strong j Yes yeajand you wont blame him any more Kill you she hurried on nooatmatter what he does If I promise to- og away sail never never come back again7 I aint hojdln no grudge agin him Strong grul bled He talks pretty rough sometimes but hes been a good enough minister I alai forgettin 1that I Oh thanjcj you Mr Strong thank you Ill gel my things It wont take a minutei She was running up the steps when h sudden thought h IiJi StrongWed I yet You cai tell him afterward T him that I rjn away Tell him that She was Interrupted by Douglas whoII came a house Hello Stron Back againI he asked in some sur I Poll eyefixed tsome way of escape The pastor a preached 3he burst into servo laughter Chats the Joke Doagla- asked s t Its only a little surprise that thetdeacon and tare planning She tried to control the catch in her TolceII Youll know about it soon wont b StrongSheterlcally I Douglas followed her to the steps with a puzzjed hewn It was unlike Polly to give way to her moods before I jn DC FcuTl +are a heap of trouble for On parsed by dole U quick changeyour I ing on1 be tasked uneasily StroniBeatIng i All right How s07 questioned Douglas ftwlte and more puzzled by l j Jlm the deacons evident satisfaction j Because 1 saId strong rising and t facing the lipstor =because your cir I taa rldto nC ti jote to lure jtm ofMC airs J teITa IIa I Have you been talking to that girl Baked Douglas sternly 1 have said Strong holding his groundSee here deacon If youve been browbeating that child I may forget that Im a minister The knuckles on Douglas large lists grew whiter IllntII goln back to the circus- I dont ouIi believe You would a believed me If youd aca1luIonlof him and apromtein that shed be awaitlu for him here when he comeback You lie cried Douglas taking a stop toward the retreating deacon Theres the fellow now cried Strong as he pointed to the gate Suppose you ask him afore you call me a liar- Douglas turned quickly and saw Jim approaching His face lighted up with relief at the sight of the big lumber Ing fellow How are you Mr Douglas said Jim awkwardly Youve seen Polly naked Douglas hakln Jim cordially by the hand Yes Ive seen her The deacon here has an idea that rt i On HE LOOKSrSUE TEASEDI Polly is going back to the circus wit you He nodded toward Strong all I most laughing at the surprise in slot liforvBacki iJDid sheany anything to you about It He was worried by the bewilderr toment in Jims i mannerII whell1 had reached the steps in time to catch I the last few words slipped quickly dghat and carried a small brown satchel ahse purI tor apewer Douglas gazed at her In aston sIshmenL 9What do you mean he asked In a hoarse strained voice He glanced at coat and hat Where are you IPollyI continuer whsr didnt you wait for me down the street Now youve spoiled every i thing She pretended to be very ji lookIf ed puzzled He tried to protest but she put a warning finger to her lips i and pressed the little brown satchelI j I Into his hand Its no use she went hurriedly We might as well tell1 them everything now She turned t Douglas and pretended to laugh You have found us out uneasythej leepenlng HOh see how serious he looks eased with a toss of her head sheIi I the grim visa Ked pastorIIs this some trlckT be demanded 1 itenfy Dont be angry she pleaded Wish luck- She held out one small hand He did sot take it She wavered then sh felt the eyes of the deacons upon her Courage returned and she spoke In a firm clear voice I am going to run away Douglas stepped before her and stud- Ied her keenly IncredulouslyYesto the circus with Jim Yon couldnt do such a thing he answered excitedly Why only a mo ment ago you told me you would never leave metOh but that J 3g0he t That was before Jim seeIsaw ji oldimyIwant J I J1J1 J1 clown songs She waltzed about humming thq snatch of melody that Mandy had heard the morning that Polly first wcie In the parsonage Ting llrtK Thats tow the bells rink I thtnrIhind her heat and gazed at them a brave little smile Oh its goin- jbe flue ne1j You dont now what youre doln said Douglas He seized her roug by the armtI t Pain was making him brutal I wont let you go Do you hear me1 I 1 wontnot until you thought It ovfr- I have thought it over Polly an swered meetUig hlH eyes and trying to- shespeak lightly Her tiles trembled could riot heal for him to think he reat ungrateful tfhe remembered his kindness the sunny thoughtful a that had maOe tint past year so precious to her- Youve be4n awfully good to me Mr John She tried to choke back a Bob Ill never forget it never Ill always feel the same toward you I you mustnt ask me to stay t want get back to thorn that knew me firstt to my own ijircus folks arent cut out for parsons I tomes and I was born In the circus li i j love ItI love IU She s SEE HOW SERIOUS i I j felt her strength going und cried out hwIldl tolgoI thej ghts and thejmuslc and the hoops I ant the shrieks of the animate andIthe rumble ofthe wheels In the plaIns at night I wknt to ride in the big pa rade I want to live and dieJust die as circus 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IchancesI Get Cardui the old reliable ofttried tieremedy for women of all ages eattairz It Will Help You intdirs Luzania ilor an Sneedville Tenn writes For tea years I suffered with the turn of life and tried many remedies without relief I had pains all over my body and at times I could not sit up At last I took Car ui and now I can do my housework Ii I have told many ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all sick women Try it Iii AT ALL DRUG STORES 4 IS ITtho oldest and the largest banks that are the safest Observation and experience answers NO I Then deposit your money in a bank thatis under control A bank that loans its money in small sums well distrib wd uted and well secured i A bank that is conservative and will protect its depositors tThis opportunity is offered you by 1 The HAZEL GREEN BANK H F PIERATT President R H PATTON Cashier KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise Announce to the citizens of Hazt1 Green and vicinity that they have just received nniguificeut line of LADIES SHDES GENTS i Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc and that their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Good Notions l SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etcf 1 tiu which they invite inspeclionj v tForSeasona- bleMILLINERYijlJr1 1 J I NOTIONS Etc aoo Callon CJVJ i y MISS FALAY LONG 1 j i fl I n 1lSJ 4 MORGAN COUNTYit i J iJ l Ilrlij I CAPITAL SURPLUS 32500000 600000 riJili UNDIVIDED I PROFITS u 487364 iliDr AUTHORIZED U S YOUR ACCOUNT B f mr DEPOSITORYIItLL COHLEY President CDSTER JONES 3JJ I i jI J i t I1hi I it I I t p k tJ L 1 r11t i c iir- i tJ r0 II 1ff P I I i I i I I t tdi f fwig t I H II liojJeOIRC S By MAKISAKET MAYO fI 1 1 Copyright 1908 by JDodd Mead 8 C i ajf jhap sEe jianccd admiringly at the new brown watt the rather startling tie and the neat little posy in Jims buttonhole fellows said Id have to pfck If I was a comin to see yfa J Jrbe to make you asbamed off rte like em7 he asked looJcilp j approvingly at hla new brojen clothes I jVery much POT the Brat ttme Jfm noticed the unfamiliar manner ol b peech He began to feel self icy n i 1 i MYoa mean that In doltdick lrcoons A year ago she would bare I I said Ton bet He looked aj i She hurried on ilk sty 1 1awkwnrdly were showing In W youd come to see t mellows Barter and gall the boysT t stopped with a catch In her throat land added more slowly I suppose eve things different Qow that Toby 1 1 tom 1 I heIjjItfastIbe sot so thtn acpeeked like I wasat the after lost snobodyHave youalto dot Bingo she fteflI Yep we got T fm drawled I tJat be aint much good no njore Jfao of the other riders can set ised to Ms pit like yoU was Tberf flntBobody with the stow what cant nch you rldm there ever will bej Mfbbe you think Barker wont let ttckJimt a little yell of his own at thej tat ereIi thought of her return He wig too excited to notice the look on PcfUys lace TVby had a notion beforfc he died that you was never acomln beck but I told him Id charfg+ allthat that once I seen you an when ark sent me over here today to Jook axter the advertlsin he said be jgnessf gfolks9biirchI ng to Wakefield be said un tell her thatWed her place to waitln for her an I will too He turned upon Polly wtthBodi den decision Why I feel Jefcflfte pteJdn you up in my arms an cjirryur jr70Clright off now Walt JlmT She put one tiny and Be bis arm to restrain him ji- i ijj 1 dont mean not today mebbe t I be stammered uncertainly but weU I be back here ashowln next month I Dont look at me now Polly an il ilherI rd M the dogllke eyes searched face because I have to say some ilimj 1 r Youre comin aint you I Polir I Irbebig face was wrinkled and care i iworn with trouble so 1 jooelowYou mean that you aint 1 deer min backr He tried to IIrjsallxe What such a decision mlgbtnleln to 1 fata I i tnherlYIpain tike must cause the great good hearted fallowt Tou mustnt care lire thaf she jatlODtUtbecause I meaDdt JBet o the ijwbenc winr 4 dow abpve therrf and everything la peaceful and dill I think howl used to be In the old days the awful noise ch4erlesaitent be ring wh tu blarmgi lights the whirling roond and rouiyl on Bingo j m the beeps always the hoops till ny headjsot dtey and try eyes all dint j thebeattbeelsIn of the animals jand then the i parade al t ridingti tttfctaF She eorer d berJCafce to abut out the meknory I cotsgo lock to It Jlmi J oat COUld d She tarsAd away her Jtoee atilt hjdjei In 1 herw1d8 He Uotd at her k long i wtkOe In Blencei jI I r dJdnt kno how yond tttofeel about L bd said doggedly I ItlYou Jlintlarent l angry She I faI tec XentvaaaM I AaFF goer tt1 oaatttLelir i 1iiI IIIrq I j jr11 f f 11jr I I rlgbtII guess It cojildnt ever come to that He shrugged Ifls great shoulders Its fast kinder sudden thats all You see I never figured on givln you up an when you salti ypu wasnt comln back couldntosee nothln al my life but long dusty roads an nobly in em But Its nil right now an Ill Just be gettln along to the wagonj But JimJJ you havent seen Mr Douglas folly protested trying to keep him wJJLh her until she could think of some way to comfort him Ill look 14on him cotnlii bnck said Jim anxious to be alone with his disappointment He was out of the gate before sjie could stop him Hurry back wont you Jim Ill beer waiting for dour She watched him going qulrklyjdown the road his fists thrust Into hi brown coat pockets and his hat polled over his ryes Li did not look back as he used to do to wave a parting fart well and she turned to ward the home with n troubled heart She had reaced the lower step when Strong and Klverson approached herJfrom the dlnitloti of the church Was that teller here to take yous bark to the circus demanded Strong She opened her lips to reply but before she cowid speak Strong assured her that the Congregation wouldnt do anything to stop her if she wished to go He said the blank look on her face We njnt tryln to pry Into none of your private affairs be oxplatned but my daughter saw you and that there feller njtnakln up to each other If youre calfulatln to run away with him youll sire a heap of trouble for the parson lIrdolu it quick JlarsIVIcantj blame the congregation for not want n him to keep you here You got seine enough to see how it looks Hed see It too If he wasnt Just plain biHlhended Well hed bet ter get ovef his stubbornness right now If he Jont well get another min- Ister thats ill dnntmeanhernow She recalled Douglas troubled agoLmem red how be had asked if thathohe promised not to happenedrydeneonlIIB pleading and terrified You wouldnt get another minister Oh please Deacon Strong listen to me You were right about Jim He did come tefget me and I um going wontIlewontny you wOnt She was searching hisakthat I kept staying on He didnt didrotry He trijfd only today So hes i comln round sneered Strong t Yes yes fand you wont blame him any more A 111 you she hurried on ayxiously Tou71 noLtgo away any never never come back agaIn aint h dIn no grudge agln him II Strong gru bled He talks pretty rough some Imea but hes been a good enough minister I aint forgettin i Oh thanjk you Mr Strong thank you Ill gllmy things It wont take J a minute j She was running up t stoPledherbetter not let him know Just yet You dID tell him afterward Telli him that I wn away Tell him that She was literrupted by Douglas wbo came from the house Hello Stron ghatBack again he asked in some s n Pollyremained eyesfixedsome way if escape The pastor a ortori preached She burst Into nervous DooglasaskedIts onljj a little surprise that thethe triedtoj Youll knojw about It soon wont h descent Good afternoon Mr Strong hysterically stepsw11hPolly to gl e way to her moods beforek me FouTl tate fa heap of trouble forparser by doW U quick others uaTe you gentlemen changed JOUr mlndk about the little girl stay Ing uneasUyIts Stron seating hl self with s complacent air i A11 rig ti How sor questioned Douglas wore and more puzzled deaco s eTident sasatisfaction biiI citingcing and I tics rldui la jota to Jean your JewdrjjI latJ+t1111 rI I 1 I l iY Have you been talking to that girt asked Douglas sternly- I have said Strong holding his ground tnIj browbeating that child I may forget j that Im a minister The knuckles on Douglas large lists grew whiter Shes goin I tell you and It ain because of what I srild either Shes I goln hock to the circus I1 dont believe you dII You would a believed me if you I seen the fellow that was plat acallln on her and her ahnggln and aklssin of him and aprornteln that shed h a wait In for him here when he come bnck You lie cried Douglas taking n step toward the retreating deacon Theres the fellow now cried jStrong as he pointed to the gate Suppose you ask him afore you call me a lfar- Douglas turned quickly and saw Jim approaching His fare lighted up with relief at the sight of the big lumber ing fellow How are you Mr Douglas said im awkwardly Youve seen Polly naked Douglas Jim cordially by the hand Yes Ive seen her The deacon here has an idea that SEE HOW HE TEASED I Polly Is going back to the circus wit you lIe nodded toward Strong almost laughing at the surprise in star f liorheBack to the clrlusf asked Jim Did shegay anything to you about beWilderImentwhbhad reached the steps In time to cafe quicklybetweenand carried a small brown fofcourse I did didnt I Jim ah e sold turning her back upon the pas apand n iwer Douglas gazed at her In aston Ishmcnt What do you mean he asked In hoarse strained voice He glanced at coat and hat Where are you jPollycautionrWhydidnteverythInsvexed with him The big fellow looked puzzled He tried to protest but she put a warning finger to her lips ind pressed the little brown satchel Into his hand Its no use she went jn hurriedly We might as well tell1 them everything now She turned to Douglas and pretended to laugh You have found us out uneasyThe j leepenlng Oh see how serious be looks sbeII teased with a toss of her head the grim vlsaged pastor j Is this ome trick he demand iternfy Dont be angry she pleaded Wish luck- Sbe held out one small band He did not take It She wavered then she felt the eyes of the deacons upon her Courage returned and she spoke in a arm clear voice I am going to run wayDouglas studIedIncreduIously Yesto ttinnflwered excitedly Why only a moment ago you told me you would never leave me I Oh but that agoshevoice That was before Jim seeIiJimj oldiplace for me and how they all want I IJ1 J laughkrthentadI J nOk tto i clown songs t She waltzed a bentlhumming the snatch of melody Mandy had hard the morning that Polly first wokein the parsonage Tingling Thats how the bells ring TlnK ling pretty young thing She paused tier hands clasped wta brave little smile Oh its going be fine fine IYou dont knW what youre doing iRe Helzed her roughly by the arm Pain was making him brutal I wont let you go Do you youethought it over I have thought It over Polly an swered meetltif his eyes and trying to speak lightly Her lips trembled could trot boar for him to think her so ungrateful Shr remembered his great kindness the many thoughtful ads that had made the past year so precious to her Youve heed awfully good to Mr John She tried to choke hoc soh Ill never forget It never always feell thctsame toward you But you imistnt askme to stay I wan get back to than that knew me first to my own Circus folks arent cut out for parsons homes and I was born In the circus I ve ItI love Jt She I Ih f IOn SERIOUS LOOKSriSUEi I i felt her siren4 tb going and cried out hwlldl I K alt Bingo 1 want to go I Iound tej I ghts and the music and the hoops I jI j want the shrieks of the animals and i plainsiI paIack I want to go back 1She put ouf one trembling hand to Jim and rust tl quickly through the date laughing and sobbing hystericallyi eand calling tobltn S to follow TOBE COSTISCKDj For Sale Two of the Pieratt lambaer and lot cart Jbe bought lone ac eU in each lotji five rooms in each jhouse Apply at this office I f t I 20 Years I L With iii ftDri I edy curedme of heart disease of over 20 years standing I was so bad that 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sick women Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES IS ITthe oldest and the largest banks that are the safest Observation and experience answers NO I Then deposit your money in a bank thatis under control fp A bank that loans its money in small sums well distrib x uted and well securedtitA bank that is conservative and will protect its depositors gw This opportunity is offered you by v The HAZEL GREEN BANK H F PIERATT President R H PATTON Cashier KASH SAMPLEI Dealers in General Merchandise i jtlI jt Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc j and that their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Goods Notions SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etcjj to which they invite inspection J 6 i iI44O 4 D ot o I MILLINERY Ql1 o r i j I NOTIONS Etc 0N i o i i Callon W J i 1MISSr FALAY LONG iJ a A i i MORGAN COUNTY n ltfJJ iF i 1I1 fri l 1 Jl im CAPITAL 82500000 fcSURPLUS i l UNDIVIDED 500000 Mi PROFITS = 487364 ipIAUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY YOUR ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITED mi ilH L COMLEY President PleaCIIiITEg I I i s n i J t il