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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I I rItii 1 i It tI ii- t t mili rJot f III I I I II I i1 fEI I I k- Oi rHE 1 I ZEI REEN ERShi Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continentby Max ORoll i 01 t j itiPISHCFat 1111ltnThet j Oldest host Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kent1cky Mountains SIOO a Year in Advance i I i ji Tl1I1Y1IF1Il i t i HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTYi YLA1L i KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUSTS I SUM NUMBER 6I i It Lexington and Eastern RailwayI Time Table in Iilect June 211908 WEST BOUND t N I STATIONS I OiltX Daily ami Mimlay j Sunday uudapuuty ij I AMIve IMIvt AMIVf I Jackson i 6 10 am JO pau1 jm- OKJuiut 15pm 2 CJ put itC ant I Beattyve Jc 7 07 aui 2J pan 4 am orrtll tI7 30 aliiO 1 pun sauu- i Fat Bridge 7 15 UI1l J 311 psi ti aU 1Call1llon Jnj 7 IS ant t a 7 ll1I s 11111I 10 am C pw xui antStauton j S I IIi v Clay City S5 aw I II t5 pw 9U UII 1 IEJuncu I tlOuw 7 pwluUtuu Winchester Y 12 ant 150 uwlUauut I Lextou arl Irate I 1 pw IUau1- Y EAST BOUND i Dailyei = STATIONS = No4I2 tc Sunday y i Sunday L Lvei 11111vI PMI2 25 pn 0 Lexington II 7 115 am I 2 38 piu YOwiueheeteG W J 13 am t a 2 4S pui IAKJ unction Uti piu i 3 j 0 pui 401Clay City JI U U2 am r 3 5S pm44Staatou H H 10 am 4 30 pun Campion JuutnI t 3S piu 415 pui 57iNat Bridge 5 943 am 47 pwUI Torrent v2 tI 11 aw 1 1O10 puii70i5eallyv UWI aw- U U5 pw19UiUSKJUUen 9U 11 15 aw ti 10 pw1941Jaeksuu tIJ Ii lUi CONNECTIONS- L I i l i K JtMTloNliuii Noc land will wake touuectiou with tlie r A O Uy a lor Mt Sterliui CA ItroN JUNCTION Trams Nos l i clItr111U1 I t tII i llInclwith0b KJt rIUNTrains No nandI 4IIi ij couuect with the 0l K Uailway tor local Blalious on the O Jt K Nurture W A MrlOVKlLti ruerul Manager CUAaaCOTTUeiiPab Agent j Ohio Kontuckg Bailwag lime Table May 21 1905 ii WEST BOUND No 33 3Ji iS No IIJ Daily ex- Sunday = STATIONS = Dailyex S I f i Miuday I PM1Aeh 5 20 I ICatrnel Cityi22 IMAKK 12 to t 55 11Helrchawa i HI t t5 20112 13 t U3 131Iee 51 3 352 3 to IU 221Wilbursti j 0I1111 41 la J j EAST BOUND X m No 22 NO3tI = STATIONS = Daily e if Sunday xI AMLVK iPMIVK1 7 10 27 Cannel Cityn 1 00 7 33 Helechawa U 117- i 7 t5 121 Lee CityI11 1 23 i 8 24 Hampton 13 11S 37 Ivilhurst20 I 51 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 1 9 30 0 Jl1cksouI 2 30 i Nos21 and 22 will make close conuectioi 4atO d K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for 4 points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway I i M L CONLEY etSuperiutetldent J mountain Contral RaUruaa1 No1 No UEPAKT AKPIVE 600a mCampton1130 a m 1iOOp mCunlptou600pm- No 2 Xo1 ARRIVE DKPAUT 7 amCampn Tunc10 05 am 3 80 pmCampu June 4 40 pin The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas- sengerf trains t B F BOLIN- CUNDERTAKER CAMPTON KY i INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe andI the adjoining counties that he carries- a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put awayII tyleJ6rSpecilllsupplied on 24 hours notice finest made if orderedITeams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones c KOSEO i Notary Public STILLWATER KY Often his professional services to citizens of Wolfe county and solicits the patronage of executeOT o rI I IiI CQJUNTJYi NEWSiT t jt SjjJII1li1lC7tSl 1 ii t lII fill OUT ICVfitlciX IfilHck i j I Ill cYv 1Vl f irurlsi I I II ii PTTiIfiI LACY fCREEK I 1 nnnu1riclbie sold1 1df to 4m1 litj Nickel of jlassy for f0j gaesttnMhisf 1 l1 I1 I1 Lacy began working onjA 11PLacys new = jdjvollingl house tfiirfi wQeki i 11 tnillntI i spa I jf iTlmbllIi I jI ji jf It Rrookij Zuul J C Trim e- IIllet l for Loxfiniitl n on tits J7th aid 1 be gone for some time 5 J aerleftt will he gone njnjut two w i kH ii itiI I Trimble and John M1 Ildsis who havt bot i in Leo county lor LmichI thy past wioli buying shop Aitlt tt lOft them l if1Clillt Taylor jof this place daftt about 1 oclock Saturday cvfiiijigj MrI TaylorI 1 Vhfa man who wini j hiked by nil ivho knew him tndI hif object in life seemed to bo tii layup treasii eBi where moth ju n st do nut uoTrupt nor t hidbrVak througl jnd steal and tthst whoI knew hint n pt have no doibi that he inheriietl1 the riches of that Injiue not Matte with hands fu mjral services wvrt elnduet l by Ijvi I P CJiiter Sunday nftrr7 noon runt ti remains were laid tai rest in theI jfawilyI graveyard l ojiel hntllldiitIi piesence tt Jiirge assemllagojof friends and rt 1 tires i j I I JAug IKUTIt f i u ii- jj- iISeared Wig a Hot Iron i or scalded by joKerturned kettle =i cut with a knilfti bruised by shiin tined doorI npjijredI 1 by gun ort in any other wav4tho tiling needed at once is Iufljlens Arnica Salver tq subdue inanimation and Sill tlje pain Its earths supn4n healer infallible for boils ulctjrs fiivor sores eczema and piles icaf all dealers 1 ri ii iii i LAJYIDSAW tj II visijelIl John Tauljlt 6 Sam llurchfi blil j ajid Curt Haltity went to tullmbni Sunday to set John ISurcham nuts family j j j Troy Wilson J of May town tvho iid teaching tlfeRig Branch sch4o visited E T lIrtishs from Satur aj until Ion i t laii 11HI 5 Cleveland Doha are attending the institute aj Cit ilptou this weclti Died Moiiiy night nd injit Angio llrowori aged about lOyelrs Her remains vfll be buried on that rd at the E Itton graveyard on Holly i I The prospeetH are better now Vori 5 ountidnCentrall ever beforqiiljie way is now OMII from hero to Jniton and it lopku as if work wiEll Jjenin soon j i Several teans passed thro gtllI hire the 2nrf mauling machinjtry Irom Camptoi to the Loiohjnd timber job rlioy will commejicit oji tho Srd inpving a band ipill f pllceAmongji tj court at Canapton Monday virh Jpe Halsey k t lL Tester Leanllef liiirker J Pluckett Willie Eits= tfc 1 W Conjlfe W L 15uchanin lack Hollont B Finch and E 4 Bash lSeverai i from this section at ttjnded the fuliijtral of Clint Tityv Irtr on Lacy creek last Stints tr Taylor w 1a good mean amid ope that will Ile missed out ojily- Iti wife and tlKllfll 11 but by Vllft tole LtyYWX T 1 J TJree govetfmeat olllcors Joro ill tiis section i lust week looking aitr violatidnjj of the reveiiuo ln8 They tlr ested Boyd Hat oii charged with felling liquor jHb had his examjning trial Saturday Jackson d came cleart1 tall lI Aug 3ii j IANOttt tt ll- f ltt i lii I i 4 i I I i f i I 3 IITO CORRESPONDENTSMail your early KO they will reach our uliue not later tliaiiTnesiluy iiiornin Monilay ifiosille Neus reeeiveil alllr that will illlIIrlIII and w rite 1111 11111 MileI olI II1lIr only r TRENT Mr = Fred Sally iis very low with fever at this writing Miss Laura Ceaslwas a guest of Miss Dorcas Barker last Sunday night MissI Laura liuaslcy of this place visited relatives on Stillwator last Sunday fWaltcr Malonoy and Jeff Cruey passed through this section on their way to Big liranch Saturday Taylor and Henry Vancleave of this place art visitingi friends andI relatives in ISreathitt county thin week Mrs MS Campbell ul HaxelI1 Green accompanied by her littl daughter llosalue passed throtl tl this sction Sunday Misses Anna Uelle and Willie lUankenship Convolution pn1 id through this sccti m en route to Stillwater Friday Aug SNOUIUCOI Washingtons Plague Spots lie in till low marshy bottoms of tho Iotomac the breeding groundI of malaria germs These germs cause chills fewer and ague bil iousness jaundice lassitudei weak ness and general debility andI bring suffering or death to thou sands yearly Hut Electric Hitters never fail to destroy tthem and curt malaria troubles They are the best allround tonic and euro for malaria IIoverI used writes lL M1 James of Louellen S C They cure stomach liver kidney find1 blood troubles lIc1will prevent typhoid Try them Ac Guar untied Iby all dealers MURPHY FORKt Mrs Lixie Murphy is very sick at this writing Bufordand Ira Murphy1 attend ed meeting on Long Brunch last Sunday MissCoraMurphy1 returned home aft r a pleasant stay for a week on ii ill more Uollie Cecil and fancily of Gill moro are visiting the homo of Bill1 MurphyI lit this place Dave Ross swapped a yoko of cattle to Dave Lawson for a gray horse Both claim thy made a landslide Incle Sam Wilsonl after having painted Jim Littles residence at I Maytown cone on the creek Sun day and spout the day Mrs Nannie Murphy received word Sunday to come at once to Greenbrier as her grandchild infant child of Tocil Hurt is no expected to live Auit Patsy Oldfiold having completed tho tour among time Murphys at this and other points j returned to her home on Hlackwa ter Tuesday Silas Calhoun mal Myrtlo Brown youngest daughter of Jlon Green Brown were united in marriage SwappingIMiss MollioColdiron has securedI the principalship the Elamviile College and has 15 pupils in at tendance She gives entire satis faction and tho wholo neighborhood seems proudof her Aug L TUMI i Twas a Glorious Victory Theres rejoicing in Fedora Teun A mans life has peen saved and now Dr Kings Now Discovery is the talk of the town for curing C V Pepper of deadly lung hemor rhages 1 could not worknor got about he writes and the doctors did me no good but after using Dr Kings New Discovery three weeks I feol like a new man and can do good work again For weak sore or diseased lungs coughs and colds hemorrhages hay fever Ingrippe asthma or any bronchi al affection it stands unrivaled Prico 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Sold and guaranteed by all dealers I J I JL BELVA OKLAii I Allen Critz anti Lum Cox maUl a ilying trip to Waynoka last Sujt urday i I Mr and Mrs Honnorvvoll areII visiting friends and relatives ht Hlackwell i Miss Estella Creech spent Sat urday night and Sunday with Mtss1 Myrtlel Ihuinalloiis Miss1 Ellen Dean and hat fbr I ther made a lying trip to 11ooi I ward ont day last week ij Iliss Villa Long has been stay ing with her cousin Mrs Malfle Weaver the past week Mlrs11 t I Robinson and mitt children are visiting friends oil relatives near hayfield Kansas An ice cream supper was givjjn at the homo of W 1P Creech last Saturday night All report a vor nice time i givfsfJS u last Friday night All reports a good time j Miss Anna Hello Landrum an- I1Irthl Cretch spent Saturday 1141 01I wyhtlMiss Myrtlo Ilannafious wh01I has been visiting friends atd rein lives at Lahoma the past monh returned home lust Friday night Arthur Creech and family Mrs Belle Combs UlltliUH and Mrs dhyillwek Mrs Alice Creech and sisi r Miss Nettie Cox have returnld homo from Kentucky where they have been visiting friends Thvy were accompanied by Misses lair- D n 1111 and Anna Belle LlIIlllrumI I July f The Crime of Idleness ij Idleness means troublet for aity ono Its the same with a tai liver It causes constipation head ache jaundice allow complexion pimples tad blotches loJ of ap petite nausea but Dr Kings New Lifo Pills soon banish liver trc uItiles and build up your health 2f ci at all dealers J I Figure It Out If You Ganii i i 1 Falmouth Ky July 28 About j two weeks ago a report was circulated thaUKichard Uolew a well1 1j to do farmer of near Portland tljisgij ij county had married his step ntotl- or Mrs S Eo Ktlew j This report was caused by their trying to secure license here Count I ty Clerk James X Rule refused jto issue the license and they went to Cincinnati and wore married theroII Thoy aie fiftytwo years of age and each has children It is tjie second matrimonial venture of the groom and tho third of tho bride Tho peculiar relationship of tin two together with the fact that ttthere are three sots of children has started expertaccotultantsatl- statisticians dI I figuring out tho ijo lationship of the two and thoiri families martj riugo cause own stepfather stepfather of hi t own brothers and sisters ando his stopbrothers and stepsistersi andof his half brothers and hall sistersIHis wife therefore became her own stepmother step halfeisre r of her own children by Her secon d marriage stepsister of her ort1 j children by her first marriage ail d1 stepsister of her stepchildren The full brothers and sister o Below became their own stepun cle and stepaunts bv marriage stepuncle9 and stepaivnts of their stepbrothers and stopsis tars and also of tho their oyn halfbrotherri and halfsisters i If children are born of this lust mothIrersI thers stepbrothers and step sls ters nephew nieces nut their i own i But here the strain upn the law of consanguuity became tpo groat and the experts refused to carry tho investigation any fir tier 1 1 IJe sure and take a bottle Hofy I Chamberlains Colic Cholera apd Diarrhna Remedy with you when starting on your trip this summer It cannot be obtained on board a the trains or steamers Changes of water and climate often cause 1 sudden attacks of diarrhoea and 1 it is best tobe prepared Sold by all dealers I i i i r Aldrich and the Tariff I rflIIltl a Irtuni 1tl1hl il n as n rtlllII Although it mtv Lave hetiija scream Methoujfiit I stood inside tIe gate Of Iaradise a hay fate i f nil watched St Peter handling those Who sought a final sweet ruto e Anton the others still outsideI Was 1I1It1l manner tlijiniliitj Who when lib limt bud mint npproarh As tlmii li he liiil IHIII fully rnadird And who are you the mint inquirerI The iip llant looked hiredl aud tired My1 naiuefci Aldrieh I hove been Oil yes I know the cainl broke illI lhiukleI I I blinkdThe stub Mimn stillly ll1cd bis head St Peter Mjftly smiled and said We have a tarillnp here too On all youyhlillg we fix A rate as ill your politics With special interesis wtII in sight So we may het oui friends in right Now you for iiintanee well now say dillsrutiwayd givedAnd as v u cant land lienold man Youve got to get to where you out Irtb with the raint the poital slamnied tjAiid Aldrich murmured Well Im damned A deep dark yoke criedf Thats no juke So loud it was that I awoke W 1 Lampion in N Y World STATK OF OHIO CITY or fllf FUG IITAS IOIXTY Frank JI l genes mule outli that lie iis senior artiicr of the firm of 1I Chenev V Co ruin lnisineM in the City of Toledoi County and State aforesaid anil that aidt I I lEIIIIHIIAJtarrh that can not hi cured by the use o- hailsatarrhlire f FIIANK J1 ClirXKY iWUrII to lielure me and subscribed in lay pre ence this ilh dayofI December lV ii A tt UlKASON- v Et Notary Public Halls ularrli Cure iis taken internally and sets directly on the blood and surfaces of the system Fend1 lire tPstimoni als free K 1 ClIKNKY d Co Toledo O Sold lby all l rujst1i 7c Take Halls Family Tills lor constipation 1Novel Way To Raise Funds The news comes from Ilunting plattI a jing fund The amount desired jto bo raised is 10000 und the plan of working is a success Th workers have been divided in tto nine companies each with captain One company has adopt ed a novel plan by endeavoring to collect 10000 eggs the friends of tthe church being asked to donate a dozen or more eggs the sale of which will go to tho church fund Another company will ask for do nations of corn 11111trilnt 10000 I ears each farmer being requested I to give from five to ten oars for the cause One company of ladies otherllodiblescold drink to the tbi sty One company is conducting n voting contest for the most popular lady j in Huntington selling lp000 votesI ladys1 I to a gold I Dysentery is a dangerous disease but can be cured Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarfhu Rem edy has been successfuly used in nine epidemics of dysentery It has never been Known to fail Its equally valuable for children and adults and when reduced with water and sweetened ij is pleas dealersfr The editor of an exchange makes this explanation for an Angry subscriber to his paper Calling the subscriber by name the editor says in a recent issue of his paper He accuses this paper pf misrep misIof this paper to show a single instance in which ho was referred- to as a gentleman If your liver is sluggish andout of tone and you fuel dull bilious constipated take a dose of Chum berlaius Stomach aud Liver Tab tonight before retiring and ou will feel all right in the morn fug Sold by all dealers If you want a flue razoras goods you cal buy for 2call this at office and got one for h We also have a fw watches good time keepers that can be had for 1 each Dobt wait until supply is gone I i I a 1 i I i I 4 0 OPENS NEXT MONDAYII Big Blue Grass Fair at Lexington Con tinues Full WeekThe Best of its Kind Greatest Horse Show ia the World Splendid RacingExcellent Carnival Features iii The Hluo Grass Fair opens at I Lexington next Monday August 9 1lghtsdllti show of the year It will attractI national attention and receive na tional support The most famous herds ol cattle and liuett sheep and swine from all over America will bo sent to Lexington to com pete because a prize won at the llliitt Grass has come to be ranked on u basiof equal value to au award at any of tho big state fairs of the country The horse however as is proper 1at a Kentucky fair will reign as king Each afternoon will be de yoted to magnificent show classes and each afternoon also there will be splendid speed contests both trotting and running Two nota ble features of the fair are the Thousand Dollar Stake for two yearold trottrs tho richest stake of its kind ever ollered by any fair association and the Thousand DolI liar Stake for ft e gaited saddle horses the most valuable stake yourThethe latter on Thursday Monday the opening day of the fair will be given over to automo bio racing Such famous drivers as Chevrolet winner of the great Cobe trophy at Grown Point Ind Strong whose reputation is even more widespread than that of the Frenchman DeVitt and others of the very finest drivers in America will compute in the events offered Those who aro in a posi tion to judge freely predict that all automobile records on a circu lar track from five to fifty miles will be broken Monday August 9 at Lexington because the Lexing stoo track is the best and fastest track over which automobile races were ever held It is impossible in the limited space of this issue to attempt to recount the many varied features of interest pertaining to the Blue Grass Fair It has attained already a world wide reputation as the greatest horse shov held on this or any other continent It offers more than 25000 in premiums eIts free acts amusement and car t fullyaup to the standards of its show r ring The famous Kopp Military Band of fifty pieces will furnish the music for the grandstand There will be a firstclass band on the Midway and the most extensivett attempt t r grounds will delight those whojvisit that building The poultry display will exceed any other ever hold in the state of Kentucky Tho Individual Farms Exhibit and time collection of oats t what blue grass seed and other farm products will be supplemented by an extensive educational display from the Kentucky Experi ment Station which will be of im 4 mense value to every farmer whojinspects it All the big manufac t 1jmake1j manner as to make a thoroughly i complete and adequate fdr and ono of which the people ol Kentucky may well be proud 1 Tuesday the second day of the fair for which an unusually ex J cellent program has been provided has been denominated as Lexi g1ton and Central Kentucky Day 1 Thousands of people from all the counties of this section will at f tend and tho day will offer an excellent opportunity for the comtmingling of friends from the Blue l Grass and the mountains alike The fair opens on Monday August 9and continues six days and 1 nights through Saturday August 11 Every day will be in every sense first class When tho digestion is all right the action of the bowels regularJthere is a natural craving aud rell ish for food When this is lacking you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They siren ghee the digestive organs llnpro ejthe appetite and regulate the bow els Sold by all dealers 1 01Whateverj worrydont pass it on f I 1 L It iIII I ilii d no l 4 tT1 c r- iJcJf Iii t Cy JC f I ri 11 liE HAZEL GREEN BERALEL01EStab1ishe1Marth41885t Made amous in the Story of Jonathan and His ContinentibY Max ORetJ r = T o SFKNCKU Own rnn COOlKK l Killtur fTfie Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most 1 5 Quoted Paper in the j Kentucky Mountains SIOO a Year in Advance Ij jii u TVENTYF1 FTII YEAIL I f HAZEL I GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AtjGUST j 5 1901 NUMBER o C Lexington and Easternt Railway I ttTimeTable In Effect June 21 1908 J JWE BOUND C I ftu3 No 1 f j t STATIONS ex 1aIyiid- I Sunday Ilio buinlay only tMLve IMLvr AMIvt Jackson 6 10 lUll 2 20 jL1 7tHi am j OK Juuct 2 1111 71 151UII UIII Benttyve Je 7 o 20 pui iH jorrellt1 7 30 awI 341 Mliam l Nat 7 45 am 3 5i 11ll1 2jj am i CnllllltOIi JIII 3 IS am I 3 7itn oi ani Stanton S 15 uw 4li ping aIullio- k Clay City 8 5aw 415 iIw OitiiL LEJuncIi 9 JuW 5 O 1w11V3atu Winchester 9 12 BW 5O flItl lUll exton ar 9 Mam i 0 05 1IflIO2IUIIl t EAST BOUNDII u2 KI No4 Daily eXI = STATIONS = 1aily nn Suuday 5 I Sunday P M LveII I i Ajuiye I 2 25 ii ui 0 Lexington 0 7 35 amII 2 3S pin 20 Winchester 20 S 13 t 2 4S m LiKJuuetiuii h 20 pm 3 50 liuiUO Clay City 10 U 02 3 58 umj44 Stantou 44 9 10 alllI 4 30 jiiui Cauil ton Juutii i I 3S 4 35 PIU 57 Nat Bridge 0 7 t4 43 till I 4 47 pm li1 Torrent 1i1I 50 am J 5 10 iiui70iBeattyvVJc 7o HIlialll j jIi05 iiuiiH OJtKJuucu 90 11 15 am Iit10 puiiMj Jackson 941120am fCONNEt tLi E JUNCTION liuins IONS No land w ill make touurctiuu v itk tin l Jt O Uy j 1 lorMt Sterling ITO = lllI0raill Nos 1ii I COIIIIct with tile Mountain f I ICAlor Iiue Uidge and Cauiit iii lvlIraini No 2 fwill make ctuiiierliuu at leattyvillc June with the Land A Railway ior j to and from Beattyville Ot KJrMr1oTruns Nos 3 and 4 i1 1couueet with the O Jc K Uailway for local t Ktatious 011 the O k K Hallway W A MtUOWKLL Ueuerul Manage- rCHASSCOTTGenPasai Agent I III 1I Ohio RfllllOkll BailwauIi j ij I MaY2119051I JimeTableI JI BOUND No 33 IK o21 t Daily exI = STATIONS = Daily ex j 2 I Sunday 1 SundayII 0 l 27 PM ARK i 0 Cannel City22 12 35 455 IJ- A 45 lljHelchI1WaIwI1 13 4 05 51 3 52 44 3 10 ollIaWlltunI11 11 15 3 00 11 05 EAST BOUND No34ii No 22 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex Sunday f Sunday j OUtJEtI 7 7 45 19Lee City 11 1 23 i 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1t4 8 37 10 Vilhurst 20 1 51 i 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0Jackson27 230 JNos21 and 22 will make close connectior at O d Junction with Nog 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern nail J way AI L CONLEY Superintendent J monntain Central Railroaff No1 So 2 DEPART AKUIVK 6OoainCamptoii1130aniL No2 No1 ABRIVK DKlAKT 7 30 amCampn JunclO 05 am 3 30 pmCampu June 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes t connection with all L E pas senger trains B F BOLI1M- CUNDERTAKER I r CAMPTON KY1 INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe andI counties that he carries- a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away styler8peciul supplied on 24I hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones c C KO- SENotary SEWELL Public STILLWATER KY Often his professional services to citizens ofI JallJ Officeat bis residence on Btillwater y I It I J I CQiUNTjY NEWS l i I I I 14kx ofi eit end 11oeaz j i litI a Ill lOIilf 61 0111 I4tdliXCI I 11ldisrtJ1lId I i I LAChREEKii iCtuma Trilling sold u calf to trll Ito Nicknll of phissy for S50 I Mis Tmla Cjwas the gut jof Miss Mnllio JJyrjl Sunday nightj J3 IP Lacy byfjan working on JA PjLacys new jlfellin house tftis week i Miss KmmajCox of your torfn I spjmt Sunday iihti with Miss Kijsa Trjinble i I f V R Brooks hut T CJ Triinflo 1leFt for Loxini ton on ttin 27th optI will be gono fcjrjsome timo j Mrs SoiitlufyLncyof plap5 loft lust Thnridfiy for Stonton ajidj will be gone ajnjtit two weeks GTrimblUuid John Mt lcef IiT have Lieei Hn Leo county for thj past weoll iniying lip njid1 cattle retunuHUwith a nice Imnuh of them j I j dint T dorf this place tljrdI about 1 oclne Saturday ev niigI Mll r Taylor man who nwi lilted by all witta knew him mill liiH object in eln1l to boto- f Ilatup treasures where moth iJid1I nrtt doI not tiorrnpt nor thicresI break througlj jud stonlII111U1 tthlse- j who knew hinj lj est have no doiIt that he inherijeJl the riches of tKatt Ituln1IrtIv lltv D IL CrI I tor Sunday aftjr iioou and the hjniuins went laidjtoI rest in the faniiiy graveyard besjtle hid two childnij nil tliree having died within iiij months in nil presence oft hrgo assemblngojoff friends and rejtives j AUK j I liYEITISeared With a Hot Iron ior scalded by overturned kettl slalnIany waytho thing I at onco is Pujklens Arnica Sajjvi to subdue inllicmmation and kill suprdnolhealerfovor sores eczema and piles 2ic- at all dealwrt l LANJDSAW vis4eilSuii1 i John Taulbee Sam I urchfld afid Curt Hufeey went to Giillmpro Sunday to see John lUircham 4iul family c Troy Wilsoii of Maylown vho iia1 teaching iHojHig Branch schvol visited E T rCashs from Saturday ujitil Monda f 1 Mort JInlsfy Arthur Kash W If Dean Jan14lester Grant 4ndI Cleveland R0td are attending the iinstitute at Ciimptou this wwelj Died Montmnyiiight 2nd liftAjngio Brewer tgftl about lOyenrs Her remains will be buried on tho 3fd at the Illttton graveyard on Holly I I i I The prospectpt are better nnw for thE the Mountaini extensioliof1 this place tian erer way is now ojien front here to Cdmpton and it lopks a3 if work will begin soon t Soveral teants passed throughi here till 2iu hauling machinery ftom CamptlIlto tho Loioland timber job flioy will commence on time 3rd hvoving a hand millj ffom Vi1l1l1r4t to tho same plce i i Among thof o who attended cciui 1eroTpe11 liarkerJ Pjlcketl Willie jit tIe 1 W Con lls W L Buchaiian Jack ROllouTJ B Finch anc Eo 11 KashfI I jf Several fr6ni this section fat tended tho flit rral of Clint 1ay SuiujayII j one that will fee missed not ojnly by wife and ljildien but by ithe vhole iunityJ- iAree government olllcors tere lin mig sectirjni last week lool jing alter violations of the reveJuio Ins They arrested Boyd Haiton IHOLad1 it Jackson aiid came Iearjj Aimg it I i ANO j III jii i Ht j l I t f iTO COnRESPONDENTSMail your I items early so they will relic our itiue not latert tliaiiTuesilav i Vifnot lie nliliMhdl nnliss 4tI isiiiiial jill ltrtlIlt AdertiI 1141 llIlr Ili1sjIlCl- iiiil Writt oh Ole side ol the pap r only TRENT MrsI lFred Sally iivory ow with fever at this writing Misti Laura Hcaslcy was a guest of Misst Dorcas Barker last Sunday night M iss Laura Bensley of this place visited relatives on Stillwater last Sunday Walter Maloney and Jell Cruey passed through ttins section on their way to Big P ranch Saturday Taylor and Henry Vancleave of this pIncH ar visiting friends andI relatives in Breathitt county this weekMrs Mr S Campbell ot Hazel1 Green accompanied by her little daughter llosaloe Passed through this section Sunday Missest i Anna Belle and Willie Blankcnship of Consolation pass id tthrough this stction en route to Stillwater Friday Aug i SNOVDIOI- Washingtons Plague Spots IiI Iii tho low marshy bottoms of tIme Potomac the breeding ground of malaria germs These cause chills fever aud ague bit iousness jaundice lassitude weak ness and general debility and bring suffering or death to thou sands yearly nut Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them und euro malaria troubles They are the best allround tonic and cure for malaria IIInor used writes U MJ Jamis of LouelltMi S C They dire stomach livor kidiiny nndL blond troubles and will prevent typhoid Try them A4c Guar an teed by all dealers MURPHY FORK Mrs Lizzie Murphyt is very sick at this writing Buford and V ra Murphy attend edI meeting on Long l ranch lust Sunday MissI Cum Murphy returned home after a pleasant stay for a week onl Gillmore Uollie Cecil and family of Gill more are visiting time homo of BillI MurphyI at this place Dave loss swapped a yoko of cattle to Davo Lawaon for a gray horse Both claim they made a landslide Incle Sam Wilson after having iiaintcd Jim Littles residence at May town came on the creek Sun day and sPoilt the day Mrs Nannie Murphy receivedl word Sunday to come at once toI Greenbrier as her grandchild an infant child of eocil Hurt is notI expected to live Atut Patsy Oldfield having completed the tour among the Murphys at this and other points I returned to lmtr homo on Blackwa1 ter Tuesday Silas Calhoun and Myrtlo Brown youngoat daughter of lieu Green Brown were united in marriage last week Itov horse Swapping Bill Perry tying the knot Muss MollieColdiron has secured till principalship of the Klamviile College and has 15 pupils in at tendance She gives entire satisfaction t and tho whole neighbor hood seems proud of her l Aug 2 TITIIIu Twas a Glorious Victoryt Theres rejoicing in Fedora Tenn t A mans life has been saved ando now Dr Kings Now Discovory is the talk of the town for curing C ll- V Pepper of deadly lung hemor rhaglsII11 could not work nor got about he writes and the doctors did me no good but after using Dr Kings New Discovery three weeks I feel like a new man and can do good work again For 1 weaksore or diseased lungs coughs and colds hemorrhages hay fever lagrippe asthma or any bronchi al affection it stands unrivaled Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Sold and guaranteed by all i dealers TML iIi e a flying trip to Waynoka last SaJ- Lurday iiIi Mr and Mrs Bonnorwoll are visiting friends and relatives at Blackwoll i Miss Kstella Creech spent Sat iinlay night and Sunday with Mijisi Myrtlo Illaimafioiis 1 Mias Ellnu Dean and halfbrj tIter made a flying tripi to Wool ward one day last week j I HtUYing 4 lableWoavelij Mrs E A Robinson and little children are visiting friinds aijdj relatives near Mayfiold Kansas An ice cream supper was giv n- at the home of W P Creech la t Saturday night All report a very nice tllIlOji An ice cream supper was givn at the homo of Miris Mablu Andrews 1last Friday lIightII report a good time i Miss Anna Belle Liu id rum aijd 1nlrtha Cr cci spent Saturday aiid Sunday with Miss Nettle Cox wBo i is staying at tho rock quarry I iii 1IMiss Myrtle Hannafious wit O has been visiting friends aid relit i i lived at Lahoma the past month t returned home lust Friday nigljt Arthur Creech mind family Mfls Belle Comultummil sun and MjsI yinw ek3lrs siSftrsI home from Kentucky where they have been visiting friendn Thjyr I were accompanied hy Misss Kllen i Dean and Anna Helle LandrumJ July 2f BuiiAKn I 4 The Crime of Idleness I Idleness means trouble for any one Its the santo with a lazy tiplltion11ImiJLj jaundice au complexion pimples and blotches lot of ai petite nausea but Dr Kings Nifw Life Pills soon banish liver troju bles timid buildup your health 2fic i at all dealersIj Figure U Out If You canI I j I Falmouth Ky July 2SAboltt two weeks ago a report was circji j kited thattUichard Belew a wijrllI to do farmer of near Portland tnisi j county had married his stepmoUl lor Mrs S Eo Below f i This report was caused by thsir trying to secure license here Court I11 I ty Clerk James N Rule refused toIii issue the license and they went jto Cincinnatiand wore married thetof Thoy ate fiftytwo years of ate and each has children It is the second matrimonial venture of tlteI I I groom and the third of the brideE The peculiar relationship of theItoI two together with the fact tIiatt1 1 chitdrt4umhasstatisticians figuring out tho toc thqirIj families I IcIt was decided that Belews m4r i IfliSown1 1 IfliSIfliSf isII i and of his half brothers and half1 sisters I His wife therefore became Her own stepmother stephalfsistjer of her own children by Her secondI marriage stepsister of her on i chiluren by her first marriage aridI stepsister of her stepchildren The full brothers and sister Ofnf Belew became their own stepui cle and stepaunts by marriage Htepunclos ands t e pa un t s of their stepbrothers and stepsls iVla and also of the their oinwy halfbrotherri and halfsistersii Ifchildren are boru of this 1 lust union these might be their moth ers stepgrandchildren their fa stepbrothers and stepsis thtirwni tpolawgreat and the experts refused to of carry the investigation any frther i IlI i l Be sure and take a bottle tof 11Diarrhnai starting on your trip this summer It cannot be obtained on board as the trains or steamers Changesh of water and climate sudden attacks of diarrhoea and it is best to be prepared Sold by ull dealers I i 1 f I d I Aldrich and the Tariff I ireimcl i drtulIIt i tLhht it wa ui Inmll Altlioiicli it niav lnvt hten Ii scream fcthoujrht 1 fsttlIl inside thp gate Of Paradise I liapy fate And watclied1 St Peter handling thns ho voii ht a final sweet repose Anioiii the others stillIIon tsjik Was one nt niniiiifr dinitiedi I Vln when his time Imd roum ipjiniachedI Art tli4iiit li he hadI ht11 fullyI coaihed- And wiIn you the saint JIIIII ire I Tin iiitllunt loklloorelll and tired My1 name is A hi rich I have been Oh yes I know the iint broke in You Ire the gent who sreiirs to think A tan iF cant lie on the blink5l TIlt statfwman stillly Ixiwed his head St Peter softly imiieil awl said We have atiirillup here t A On tllthatI we admilasI yoij Believe in Iniviiii aiid we lij A rate as in your politics With special interests well in sight yo we may get our friends iin right Now you for instance well now say Youre special ill a diller ntwav And when we come to you we give A rate that is prohibitive And as you cant land tlernId man Youve got to get to where you I call Frth with tile aint the portal slammed LjAndI hi rich murmured WellI Im damned A heelilark yoke cried Thats no juke So loud it was that Iawoke W 1 Lampion in j V World STATE or luau CITY OK Toiinio i JtnAS llIlTY i jI S Knink J Cheney makes oatji that he is stniiir partner of tile firm of KI Cheuev it Co dnin Ijiisiness jin tlitr City of Toleilu I County and1 State l for4iidlIll that saidI 1firlll will pay the sum of OXH IirXDKEI t DOILAltS fur each anJ every case oft i tarrh that can not he cu red hrthe use IL Halls Catarrh Cure KKANK JJ ClmslISworn to hell re me ami MilScriIu l in my Prtence this lith llIrIII Iecilulier 11114 A W diLKASON ISKAI Notary Iuhlie IHalls Catarrh Cure jis taken internally a nil lets ilireiitly on the Ililiim and mucous siirlaoes of the system Send for tPsUimiiit als free F J ClIHNKY I Cj Toledo O Sold by all Ilrussists 75c Take Halls Family Pills lor constipation Novel Way To Raise Funds The news comes from Hunting planfordesiredIjto plan of working is a success The workers have been divided into nine companies each with a captain One company has adopt ed a novel plan by endeavoring to collect 10000 eggs the friends of the church being asked to donate dozen or more eggs the sale of whichwill go to the chiirch fund Vnother company will ask for donations of corn and wiiiit 10000 ars each farmer being requested give from five to ten ears for he cause One company of ladies serve meats cakes pies and other edibles and still another serves j old drink to the thi sty Ono l company is conducting a voting ladyine f t one cent each the lucky lady r- I o receive a gold watch1IJ Dysentery is dangertius disease i but can be cured Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarf hcea Rem edy has been successfu3y used in e nine epidemics of dysentery It has never been Known to fail It is equally valuable for children and adults and when reduced with water and sweetened iit is pleasfnt to take Sold by all The editor of an exchange makes this explanation for an ngry subscriber t to his paper jailing the subscriber by name the editor says in a recent issue of his paper He accuses this paper of misrep resenting him He must be mistaken as a close search of the files of this paper fails to show a single instance in which ho was referred to as a gentleman 14 If your liver is sluggish andout tone and you feel dull bilious constipated take a dose of Chumt berlains Stomach and lets tonight before retiring and isoung Sold by all dealersdIf you want a fine razoras good you cart buy for 2call this at g ffice aud got one for 1 We also tJ ave a few watches good time keepers that can be had for 1 each Dout wait nntil supply is gone OPENS NEXT MONDAY Big Blue Grass Fair at Lexington Con tinues Full WeekThe Best of its Kind Greatest Horse Show iu the World Splendid RacingExcellent Carnival Features The Blue Grass Fair opens at Lexington noxt Monday August 9 nightsItshow of Um year It willattract national attention and receive na tional support The most famous hords ot cattle and fine t sheep and swine from all over America will be sent to Lexington to com pete because a prize won at the Blue Grass has como to be ranked on a basis of equal value to au award at any of the big state fairs of the country The horse however as is proper n at a Kentucky fair will reign as king Each afternoon will be de voted to magnificent show classes and each afternoon also there will be splendid speed contests both trotting and running Two nota ble features of the fair are the Thousand Dollar Stake for two yearold trottrs tho richest stake of its kind ever offered by any fair association and the Thousand Dol lIar Stake for fivegaited saddle horses tho most valuable stake yeurTheIthe latter on Thursday Monday the opening day of the fair will be given over to automo bile racing Such famous drivers greatCobeStrong whose reputation is even more widespread than that of the 1 Frenchman DeWitt andothers of the very finest drivers m Amer ricai will compete in the events offered Those who are in a position to judge freely predict that all automobile records on a circu Jlar track from five to fifty miles will be broken Monday August 9 at Lexington because the Lexing J ton track is the best and fastest track over which automobile races were ever held It is impossible in the limited space of this issue to attempt to recount the many varied features of interest pertaining to the Blue- Grass Fair It has attained already- a worldwide reputation as the greatest horse shov held on this or any other continent It offers more than 25000 in premiums Its free acts amusement and carnival featurs will measure fully up to the standards of its show ring The famous Kopp Military Band of fifty pieces will furnish the music for the grand stand There will be a firstclass band on the Midway and the most extensive f musical programme ever attempt ed in the Floral Hall on a fair grounds will delight those who visit that building I The poultry display will exceed 4i any other ever hold in the state of Kentucky The Individual Farms Exhibit and tle collection ofoatst3 what blue grass seed and other supplementd play from the Kentucky Experi Station which will be of im i mense value to every farmer who j inspects it All the big manufac concerns of the country willimake a machinery exhibit and ry feature will be rounded out evII such manner as to make a oughly complete and adequate fa 1Kentucky1 Tuesday the second day of the air for which an unusually ex cellent program has been providedjhas been denominated as Lexiiig on and Central Kentucky Day Thousands of people from all the 1 counties of this section will at tend and the day will offer an ex 1 1mingling1 Grass and the mountains alike The fair opens on Monday Auigust 9 and continues six days and nights through Saturday August 2 Every day will be in every 4sense first class righthethere is a natural craving and rel h for food When this is llacking ou may know that you needa ose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They stren imprQvoheels Sold by all dealers Whatever else you do with a worry dont pass it on rn F1 c t r Ii Jti ih 1p f 1i rw JTft ryc i It 1 i I THE HEHJALD 1i I ij i Enteredatthe IIayel Own Fo fcs i I omoeacondclnilimatter I I I SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY August 5 1009 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTOR- WOLFS 0CIRCUIT COURT JAMEY P ADAMS JudgtIKELLY KASII Commonwealths Attorney J L R HOUXMT Clerk firstiWOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CKNTEK Judge AttorneyRonan Meets first Monday in each month 1I WOLFE FISCAL COURT IIj Meets first in first Tuefc J day in OctoberIj MAGISTRATES COURTS ji iJ FridayIj II lJlctI1beri J District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and Noj vember i District Xo 3S F Allen second Friday NovemberDistrictj March May August and November i District So5T C Ilullun second Krij 1111Iti District No Gltoy Hurst third Fridiiviu February May August and November I District NoB T Helton fourth Uri lay in- Dutrict Marcia June September and l ej1j l cember t f Xo 8J M Lovelace first Frij day in February May August and 1o t vember i I ij IIj DEMOCRATIC TICKET WOLFE COUNTY i For County JudCeAV B DOFF i i For County Court Clerk P L CAIlIlOtli for Circuit Court ClerkJ C IIN LONt For Sheriff GEOltUE WSAU1V J iForj j For JailerJ C1 LITTLE i TAULniijForI For Coroner TrRANK SAMPLEtt I jForCircuiti ji j llj ILINNSUForI DistrictJOlIN M WA UGH For County Judgei C PEltGUSOV For County AttorneyJ P HANjEV For County ClerkJJ II SENAS JJ11V iI For Superintendent T N KAltKKlt OAKliEJfFor COMlfcForKEMItlNFort IJAXKVForIttt LamptonjqfNew pounded several queries for us fie answer but as all of his questions were answered in the asking except one we have waited until now do answer that which is the and In regard to the stumps upon Mf Clarks 40 acre field Even now tthat stumps us and we shalll await a more definite reply until we have the pleasure of a talk fifh Mr Clark Speaking of Mr Lamb t ton by the way reminds us tjht j elsewhere in this issue is a reprb I duction of his poem entitled A1H J rich and the Tariff which lYo ttake from the National t and originally published Mouthy New York World jI f ilti tTHEextension of the Mount n II Central railroad to Hazel Gfetm will greatly benefit not only tie qut1 tall along the line to easily disposfe jof all their surplus produce Inueid with the building of the road tiire+ canninglfdctory I dotnIi 4profitsaccruing from raising Vege ftables by the acre will agree tl at a a canning factory is one of heI f things needed to help along cur j everyjthe wheel and help secure righlj of way for the railroadI i i i thereceiptoqaninvitation Fair at Lexington on Kentucky Press Day Friday thetoIB da of August and regre exceedingly 31thatwe cannot be resent as the I pencil pushers are sure to h e a I good time on thatoccasion iunless ithol3thlOr tqgur potting but good according totour I Ir fast experience and wo feel 1 sauce 1 itVitJ rit 1 rf t J1 J WR rphat could we participate on the ccasion it won d prove a pleas Knt and profitabJo occasion Jotiettj Chouse secretary of the Big Blue- Grass Fair will set a luncheon fall the newspapermen and thei P wives who may be present and th occasion bids fajr to be a gala day A local reception committee on behalf of Lexington has been ap pointed with DjBsha Breckiuridge ot the Lexington Herald as chili man Altogether every prcpara tion has boon made to add to the comfort and pleasure of the newt thYie big Blue Grass THKRK is now no doubt but Ha zel Green will soon have a tiling1 plant John Fotterly tho enter prising projector of this enterprise3j left Tuesday morning to purchase the necessary machinery and just as soon as ho can ship and set up the machinery ho will begin put ting out tiling Mr Fetterly has demonstratedan energy in fhiS- matter that is unwarranted uud tho circumstances Ho believes there is great need of an institui tion of this kind and shows ht faith by his wcjrk But the great theIpeople who need this tiling most puriit on the market Without some guarantee of patronage ho or another v man woijld be foolish to en gage in an enterprise of this kindI and albeit he bPs a certain norcent age pledged asia nucleus it is not more cent of the cost But he realms that when once used the people will take hold and help him and his faith holds him up Mr Fotterly will be at Ports mouth Ohio while absent for the purpose of geiting some of the firo and potters day that is used there so as to compare it with our clay and if we prove to have the same kind he can onlarge his plant and introduce pottery There is mor- in this tilingj plant than appears at first glance For instance in excavating fox clay to run his plant there will hi much refuse stuff that may ba Applied to our streets and thus improve our thorough arcs All hill to the tiling plant say we- Study of WobdUsinq Industries To Bec a in Kentucky- A statistical study of the wood using industijies of Kentucky willl be commenced early this monthII by the State Board of Agriculture Forestry ands Immigration in co operation with the United States Forest Service The object to be accomplished through this tudy are first to as certain the Jpecies and amounts used in the hundreds of factories with the purpose particularly of determining Uhat woods should b grown for hcme consumption an second to compile this information for the benefit of buyers and sell ers of lumbejf in tho state largelybyquestions w ichmanufacturers will be askec to answer are The products manufactured and the field of trado the kind of wood used in the production of eachar ticle manufactured together with the approximate amount used an nually the host fo b factory ofI lumber bought the source of raw material j too grades of lumber which are bought and the smalles- size of each class of material which purchasedAllby theI manufacturers will be held confi dential so for as the individual re ports are concerned the result as- a whole boiijg combined into a re port which till be published and distributed among those interest ed 3 Will fry It One Year Maytolvn Ky Aug 209 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Editor I send 100 by Sam Wilsoji for one years sub scription to your paper Sam says it is the best and newsiest paper in the mountains and I will try it a year YouisRa FRANCES LITTLE j The Junibr Order had a flag raising at Ca pton Monday afterjj which they marched through the town accompanied by the teachers attending the institute as well as the schoolJchildrenj which made aa irapreMFve sight q qR Jf i 1 J Ji h STAMPER BRANCH James and Boone Stamper went to Ezel Tuesday IJG and Fred Stamper were ii- or in Campton Monday sicPsecrtion Saturday night Fred Stamper visited Dermis Hollon of Laurel Sunday Mrs Lou Stamper was u guest of Laura Stamper Satmday Miss Bculuh Brooks was a gtiost of Edith Stamper Wednesday Leslie and Charlie tamper were guests of Drew Stamper Sunda James Stamper and wife tea shopping in Hazel Green Thurs day Mrs Ellen Craig of Greenbrier is visiting her sister Mrs Sara Belle Stamper Mrs Eliza Stamper visited lie parents Jahile Phillips and wife one day recently Miss annie and Carl Stamper wore guests of their cousin Lillie Stamper Sunday guestr per Saturday evening Leslie and Charley Stamper vies ited their uncle Peter Wills on Hod river Saturday night Mrs Fannie Brooks and laugh tors were guests of James Stamoer and family Saturday night LOJdStamperLG Stamper and family Sunday George Brooks bought a fine sheep lust Tuesday from ty itchs Jack llittonhouse paying 4 for sumo Mrs Elizabeth and Sarah Hoi ton and Mrs Ellis Ratliffo wore guests of Mrs Nannie Stamper last FridayJohn Cox Stanley Clark Boon Stamper and son wont fishing Fri day returning Sunday with a fine lot of fish Ar Hughes and Henry Mur phy stopped over with IJG Stam per Saturday night with a drove of cattle and sheep for Mt Sterling marketLeslie and Llojd Stamper Tom Stamper and family and Mort Stamper and family were guests of George Brooks and fancily last Sunday Aug SritlXGTlMK Can Take Five Days Off Genteral Hitchcock postmasters of the third and fourth classes in the state of Kentucky are grantedI leave of absence for as many days not exceeding five as may be necessary to enable them to attendl the annual meeting of the Ken tacky league of postmasters to b hold at Louisville September 114l and 15 MidSummer Edition We acknowledge the receipt of a copy of the Gauado Independent published at Ganado Texas aI midsummer edition gotten up ev Amongdan the pictures displayed we note thatI of Courtney Combs who is cashier of the Citizens Bank of that place and we are glad to add that he iis doing finely Johnny Kash sold to J S HitI tollhouse 30 head of young steers Tuesday for 850 They were year ling long yearlings and twoyear olds and little above the average Uncle Jack is buying up a lot of thetblue grass John Bedford a Bour bon county farmer will take care of the grazing while Col Jack does c the buyingcc Tho many friends of Dr Daniel J Kash who has been confined at St 1j Joseph Hospital Lexington with typhoid fever for two or three weeks will be glad to hear that heI is improving His brother Will J Kash who is with him writes that ho will he home in a few days as Daniel is so much improved as to need his attention no longer I Miss One T Barton has returned 1 from Swango Springs in Wolfe county much improved in health j and gives a glorious description of I the grand mountain scenery and the wonderful benefits derived 1 from the use of that famous mineral waterConnersville cor Ber ry Citizen J One of the twins of W P Pack 1 and wife ja unite ill with fever l FOR BETTER ROADS I State Aid Necessary For the Betterment Kentucky of Roadways inII j krhe following is an extract fror a speech delivered by Harry A Sommers of the Elizabeth town News at the meeting of the Ken tucky Good Roads Association held I l Parisrecently at From a careful reading of re ports from various State Roads Commissions and from the Public I Roads Department of the United t States Government I am satisfied that the changing ofa mud road to tv good turnpike road increases yIIit doeI not bolinvo that you farmers iin Bourbon county or anywhere else iin this favored section would have mudhper pres out value of your farms- r Let me tell you that the Blue I Grass people live in revenue pay ing counties largely because they have turnpikes T have carefully gone over the Auditors last report and II could name you ton Blue notfrevenue paying they IIcouldII I I yield more to the State Treasury than they draw out if they hud I turnpikes j There is another reason why wejI should have state aid in j KentuckyIi And that is that pends on state tell The sentiment for good roads iui this country iis growing rapidlYI from year to your that it is otilyaI question of atI Ivery short time when the UnitedI States Government willappropriate many millions to aid in the con struction of good roads It is not necessary to disease the wisdom or justice of this 1 The roads aTe entitled to n rivereand harbors amid the farmers a muchas the people who live in tin cities Severallliills have already been introduced into Congress car ryitig haudsom appropriations to road building I Everyone of themI provides that tie money shall beI distributed oijly among statesI which grant aid Adopt this amend mont and Kentucky is in lino to get its share of this money when i comes Defeat this amendment and Kentucky is forever I urredI from sharing ity Federal aid We want state aid to help counties which are i too poor to iniild1 roads without itt for the ostab lishment of ruijal routo in those sections of tlo Commonwealth and to put theiu in this way into close touchwith the world Wo want state aid to help the cause of public schoulJeducatioulanystates vherelcounty expense This is irapossi gooderoads j Passing of Old Threshing Days Wheat threshing is now OH hand and will last for several weeks This will be a busy time with the farmer but withal a pleasant time Though there iis a great deal of hard hingit i the country fojk with pleasure Visions of cakes pies and other dainties como to the country boy when he thinks of the wheat thrush i ingIt is true that the custom of hav J ing a splendid dinner and having the women and children of the neighborhood present is not as poplJ ular now as it was ten or fifteen years ago What is known as the independent thresher where the contract is taken and the owner of the wheat ha nothing to do with the hands in doing away in a perhaps entirely Those who havo seen the good old days when wheat threshing day on the farm was gala day rind all the neighbors helped each other frieudshlpkepttogether once a year will regret the new order Oldsettlers say that the passing away of the good old days of wheat threshing log rolling and corn husking is causing people to bo more selfish and there is not the sumo feeling of brotherhood that existed when those things wore practicedAnother point about the wheat imIprovedI the use of several hands and the farmers are not compelled to swap daysAndaythati growing up dont know what fun I is If they could go to an old I husking bee or log rolling and dance I WhatJIreal i I tIiIt I IiI I J i- I i f Blue Grass Fair11IrfCORPORATED Lexington Ky August 914 6 DIG DAYS AND NIGHTS 6The Biggest and Best in the South tlai s 25000IN The Best Horse Show in America Splendid Display of Every Class of Live Stock IUnexcelled of Amusement and Carnival Attractions 10Big Free Acts Dailyl0 For Catalogue or further Information address KyLCLEARINGUP SAL- EgeadgFaIGettinu Goads j MAPEL 5 TROY Are reducing stock to makes room for Full Goods and ares selling Flowers and all other costs 1 clientethey are selling everything Trimmed and untrimmed hats sold NOW AT COST i Ribbons Laces Ladies Bolts Hair tufts Barrettes itc j Something this in price Taylor Made Skirts at 100 I IWash Skirts at 100 ollars each ISc to 20 j I j Hair Puffs worth 125 at 00 j Laces at lc to Oc per yard and embroidery at 4c to lOc per yard SPECIAL TRAINS And Reduced Rates Have Been Arranged for the Blue Grass FairEvery Facility Provided for Reach ing Lexington j I The rate of one fare plus 5t l for the round trip will from jj all points in Kentucky and from t j I J Cincinnati Ohio to Lexington luring tho week of the big Blue Grass Fair August 9 to 14 Thi I rate goes into effect August s the i day before fair and return tickets will be good to leave Lexington not later than midnight of August 10 Special trains will be run daily over every road entering Lexington arriving early enough in the morning and leaving lute enough in the afternoon to afford the opportunity to spend a long day filled with enjoyment at the Blue Grass Fair Miss Nancy Sample Mrs Sam Ktish and little daughter Lucille visiting in Campton this week and took in the play Gyp last night Tho remains of W P Lawson who died at Good Samaritan Hos pital Tuesday passed through here yesterday evening en route to Lee I i I i FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY jI WWrite for Free Catalog jg i + I KILL THE COUCH I AND CURE THE LUNGS I I WITH Dr Kings OLDS Trial SOW Fret ANa ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES AATIBFAQrpOZ f s 1000Saddle Horse Stake Excellent Automobile Racing Monday Aug 9 High ClassTrolling and Running Races Daily Program Collars Ilk 00tapply Cityi DiscoveryI I 8 eKSxSKSx S SHS 8x S i i ISt I I I x N II WJTIIKKSPOON Tret 2w U S1UAU Catbier a V Paid Up Capital 810000000 X Undivided Irullt 17OOOOOU V Handsome Deposit of drover 850000000 o This bank solicits the accounts oi t V merchants farmers traders and busII X mess men geuerallrthroughout EastI customsevery facdityand the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimatet tlbanking loct2ly I1 GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER I t HAZEL GREEN KY j I have several fine Collins in my I shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most I reasonable terms I also have I A Handsome Hearse I 1 and will attend all burials when I so requested Public patronage is t s respectfully solicited j i 25tf GEO RICE 1 JfRare OpDor1llflh1I I 1 t consistleg i garden and outbuildigs One of the most desirable locations in Hazel Green f Also my blacksmith and generalre j pair shop which is superior to anything t of the kind in the country being fur 1 nishedwith a complete outfit of tools andstock of materials and nupplies also machineryWill I jI j addressI March 11 Hazel Green Ky i DR C H WILLIAMS j i I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON lI I HAZEL GREEN KY i jj Offers his profestional services to the titl countryj Office at his residence adjoining Hazel Green Bank i 1 i DAY HOUSE Hazel Creen Ky j I I Mre LOO DAY Proprietor KentDckrJargelighted actcoalrodtionij Ar I r f I t it 1 i 1 1 rr t r f I t iiibt I IIi i I I i I YouMaYII Need ItiAsk your doctor about theRe wisdom of your keeping Ayersal Cherry Pectoral in the house then ready for colds coughs croup at bronchitis If he says its all right then get a bottle of it at once Why not show a I little in such ojEarly1 a1 Re publlih our fonaoUl Wa banlih ileobel ACIlJeno Many a boy is called dull and stupid Ilint lazylivertor will tell you that an occasional dose 1 greatdealMae b7 the J C Ay er Co LO1111t i THE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTS UOXA KOLA J Taylor Day loft Tuesday morn jug for Torrent via tll Jnwab James M1 Richie is the newly in appointed postmaster at May town h Sarah Pratt and Rosa McBeo visited Miss Sarahs homefolks on Gillmore Sunday Dr A C Xickell reports the birth of a girl to the wife of lL Eo Smith of Lacy creek 1Dr Mrs Charloy Byrd nee Eddie Dat ielof Cannel City is visiting CoherMrs Ada Kash has the thanks of the editor and better seven eights for some extra nice tomatoes Charley Rose drove a bunch of 200 sheep into town Monday which be will hold for the Mt Sterling the marketofJohn Tom Gevedon was hero Monday to set up a Hamilton or city I gan for Ellis Johnson who bought it at 5thnot Curt Rose of Snowdenville ispI the proud father ofa boy horn Sunday night Dr Taylor Center and accoucheur Mrs Jas Perkins of Montgom ery county came up yesterdey and is visiting her father Eo F Cecil and familytlCharley Sample and wife of in Maytown visited Mrs Samples j father and mother lion Jos pw Rose and wife Tueedaysl Miss Daisy Day and her niecoa Mies Rowena Rash returned MonCI day from Torrent whero they spent J several days very pleasantlydtn C F Kash and wife left Monday morniug for Campion on business Miss Falay Long who is attending the institute accompanied themel R Denton representing OBrian Bros Nashville Tenu was inter viewing our merchants Monday on his elegant lute of overalls andf shirts Members of Epworth League willsell home made candy after the play Saturday night the pro bo ceeds to go to benefits of the M Eo church D B Hollou wife and son otMeadow branch and S R Doc Perkins of Lacy creek were guest- of J B Hollon and wife Saturday night and Sunday Dr Taylor Center was called Monday night to see Green Brewers iin girl on Holly but she died about an hour before he arrived of puerperal fevarflRaleigh Cecil involved ini thei CecilBurcham cutting scrape and who was considerably cut up iisI or said to be improving and it iIsI at thought he will get well Cashier Pattern soot to this office a potato of his raising this yea which weighed ono pound exactly and it was taken from the patch promiscuously not picked Deputy US Marshal Patrick and posse yesterday destroyed a still in the Cox mill neighborhood It was not in use at the time Budlldie is said to have belonged to a mar pawed Landram jjJj N t 7 I An AdoptedHoosier With Us Dr Luke P V jWilliams wife l d grluHldl1ughtervisll d big bro Y Dr C Hood Villiams from jja night ujitil yesterday t Williams represented the Bath district in the Constitution Convention in jlSOO and wasjII a practicing rlhysician living Morehoad IIe now lives atI Whitelnnd Ind aid jis state evan = j gelistof the Missionary Baptist J church where he is superintendentI throe associations His soninj father of tiro little granddaughter with him on his tour Durham iecnshier of till 1 G at WhitelamL Dr Williams i longer practices his profession ion gives his whole time to the work of ovangoliting and his limitedstay in our town was hoII vaea1tionwhen he was hero The trio has been visiting their irionds at More IlIsltimoneeds spend only Ii day or so with I each While IUMHJIIOWi a Hoosierl i adoption ho is still int restedjHof Kentucky politis and as warm rogretithatnv theII political situation in this stdof tubkeepgamed a point oij two perhaps Williams voted for the editor candiidateConVention and wail never forget our friends j f The Cemetery Association i The Hazel Green Cemetery As O sociation is in ueel of immediate money to pay tile indebtedness they here incurred in improving grounds For the information all at a distance who are inter eared in the improvement of our of the dead wi desire to say that it is so muchIfj improved t1 1rwho saw it a year ago would now recognize jit as the same i Indeed with the new wire fence in front thojarched gateway tho mowed gross it is as hand some as any similar site in thej state Every footof it not occu pied by a grave can now be mowed with a lawn mow r and kept inJ order it is at present hty ladies having thtj improvements I charge deserve jthe commends Hon of all good citizens and now they need miiney every friend contribute something aud who are members of tho Asso should puts their sues try January 1910 ly doing this all can be liquidated and the I management encouraged to stilt further efforts trw artl improve yllmootwould be remembered and be lib in your donationsII Returned From Their Vacation M O Carter aid wife returneij hifoelsbefore him the ming session of Hazel Green Academy As previt ousts announced he will no longef principal btjt instead have charge of tho industrial depart mont and strata jo financial matters connected with the school la his position past xperieuce prove placesand all can be assured that bill will be promptly net and as readily paid The pfincipal has nof yet been announced but will bjj a few days i ji J It Died of Hid Wounds i1 1r George Burchajn who with h Rev John W BurchanJ was involved in tile difficulty with Raliegh Cecil onGillmore a wee ten days aiuceiaud severely cu the time died of his WOUlli Saturday night sand was buriell Sunday His fatper who was stet badly cut is said by his attending thysician Dr GJM Center to 14 improving and will get well j rPeo r awson thyoung man wh bad hi skull broken by a basebajl1 bat n the handy of Clay Lawsojil on Greeubrier a taw Sundays agy at the Goo Sam ritan Ho pital1 at Lexington Tuesday mot ug at SfOO j ocI1kii 1 t f f I i 1 1I f J I t I I- F- Wayne Long and wife are visit ing Robt Cecil and wife this week Mr Long loft Tuesday for Living t Tumi where ho will teach j j t Mrs Long will leave in about three weeks Congressman John Langley has landed Jas G Bailey ot SalyersII ville Mngoffin county in a diplo position in the city of Mexi co that pays some throe thousand I dollars per year Cecil Hurt pawed through hero Monday with the remains of his twoyearold child which died on rear+ brier Saturday It was buried at the old Isaac Murphy graveyard Murphy Fork Everett Back and wife of Can nol City accompanied by Virginia Day loft Saturday for a ton days outing during which time thus will see Niagara Falls and other places of interesttMiss Vannie Spencer formerly of Menifee county and A TI Brooks of this county were united I in marriage July 18 at the homo the IIriths father Elder AlvanI Spencer at Alvan Win The wife of Harry Little of Gillmore was thrown from a horse Saturday and rendered unconscious for sixteen hours Indeed it was feared for a while that death would ensue despite all effortsI to revive n Wanted Local agent for new Dictionary and Atlas that has endorsement of educational people everywhere Address stating references and experience The Saal field Publishing Company Akron hioLostBetween Helechawa and Daysboro gold watchwith a uKII attached as fob and the inscription The W 0 Mize Gift Finder please notify or deliver the same to THE HEKAID and receive liberal dIAt an auction sale of town lots in West Liberty last weekninety SOon lots brought 10400 Verily the old town is on a boom sinceI railroad connections are assured How about Hazel Green and the Mountain Central Mesdames Sally Womack and Cole of West Liberty accom panied by the latters daughter Mrs Hattie Moore and her two children of Elreno Okla spent from Wednesday untili Sunday with Chas W Cecil and family The Reading Circle will rende- the fouract drama Gyp the heiress at Pearre Hall next Satur day night The admission will be adults loi and children 10 the proceeds going toward the seat fund for the Christian church A well authenticated rumor wa current here yesterday that the New Domain Oil and Gas Co now drilling the Brewer well had en gaged 10000 bushels of coal for immediate delivery which means development in quick order C F Doc Kash sold his farm hear Hazel Green about 110acres to Owen Coldiron of Stillwater This is a part of the old Holderby farm and has upon it a fine vein of bituminous coal also a comfortable dwelling and all necessary out buildings Miss Ethel Tutt daughter of our county man J J Tutt an niece of A E Byrd of Winchester t left Wednesday of last week toI yisit her brother in ForakerOkla and will probably teach school1 there this fall as she has a position offered her In buying a cough medicine dont be afraid to get Chamber loins Cough Remedy There iis- Ino I danger from it and relief iisI sure to follow Especially recommended for coughs colds andl whooping cough Sold 1 by all deal ers i Constable George Byrd arrestedl Raleigh Cecil Tuesday morning on a warrant charging him with the murder of George Burcham who 1died Sunday of wounds inflicted by Cecil Raleigh Was en route to surrender himself when Byrd wet him The elder Burcham is stillI D a critical condition j j r Ii KENTUCKY KERNELS I ConciselyjA Bourbon county farmer last week sold 400 barrels of corn in the crib at 4 per barrel j J M Camden of Versailles last week paid 3455 for a registered Jersey cow at a Shelby ville sale James Stearns county surveyor of Iu lashleas last week shot to death by his I 1G yeu oldsou whom he was chastising Jake Robinson a farmer residing about two wiles from Williamstown in Grant county was suddenly stricken and fell into a creek and was drowned Mrs Robert L Curtis of Carlisle white preparing a chicken for dinner lither home found in the fowls gizzard a cold brooch engraved with the letter WAn epidemic seems to have struck tur keys in Clark county IOne turkey raiser lost 111I out rfa lock of lit another S U I out of 33 and a third has only 10 left out of a flock of MO Fred G JenkinsI assistant cashier of the Farmers National Lank Cynthiana- I committed suicide hy shooting himself No motive is known as his accounts with 1 the bunk were correct Ii IltoI Il i county died last week at the residence Iis of her daughter in Itellevue Death was j Iii due to the infirmities of old age j Ileleu Cobb a little granddaughter of il 1V IF Chester of Iowell county was HH- lallt week bitten on the leg by a copper j head snake Although she has suffered H terribly it is thought she will recover ri John T Hayes aged HI years a promjJI ineut insurance matt of Lexington was jI ground to pieces under the wheels of an iii incoming trait from Cincinnati at thfII day Lt N depot in Lexington last I II If I Jerry Lithey a farmer living IlIarI Zion Station in Cirant county while stacking hay lost his balance old fell froth the stack onto a pitchfork the i handle of which ran almost through hisII i body = Hertha Rohleder the Vyearold daugh ter of F J Rohleder of Louisville was J playing with matches and paper and xc jI cilently set her clothing on tire and was j i illIiaII i EIjimeudorfi lished some time since to the cllect thatI 1 he intends to quit the breeding of thorjJI oughbred horses for the market or for 1 racing in this country- Examination I of the County court rec1ir ords was completed bY1II exp rtccount j ant who reports that Hiram tfmedley I former county clerk and deputy clerk now under arrest for alleged peculationsj in otliee owes McCrackun county Sllf 000 State Inspector and Examiner Thatch ergrsupport of a message Governor Will JII- iisi expected to send to the next general assembly calling fora thorough investiga tion of the charges of brutality wade against certain former prison officials The Sharpsburg World says that suite several counties went dry in the moun = uooushiue1swhisky o stills were captured old destroyed in Bath county last week and it is said that thiwaI the first moonshine made in that county in twentyfive years I Upon being called to his door one night last week Ollie Berr a wealthy farmer near Paint Lick iu Madison county was presented with a small basket by a man who immediately disappearedi Its contents proved to be a tiny girl baby to getber with many fine clothes and a note asking that good care be taken of her Probably the youngest grandfather inj the state lives in Warren county He iis Xacli Manning of lladler who has just passed his 34th year 1Last week his daughter Mr W A Butler became tht Mannindmarried when he was IS years of age and his laughter married at 14 Mr Butler the father of the baby is IqI years old f Heartrending Meeting j George Rice met tho corpse ot the little child of Cecil Hurt atj Holechawa with his hearse andj convoyed it to the home on Murj phy fork where he said the s ene was so heartrending that he al most concluded to quit the un lor taking business He said he has seldom witnessed such grief J Guests at the Swango Hons J R Brown wife and sot of Carlisle j Miss Florence Trout j o Maysville j a Dlr Sparksantl Irs Luther Rice of Paris j Mjss X WhItSItt of Lexington tied 1f Sproules of Sharpsburg are r ttiel tered at the Swaugo House trook i ii kii 1 I I jiij L For and tt- l THO CNTuN CeMLNY NEW YOa CITY J in ji i Spring Immer Ill rite latist stylus in Dross Goods and Linens i FINE LINE OF SHOES CASTORIA Infants Children The Kind Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTO RIA CECIL BROS Dealers General Merchandise etcIIOllr complete YardiIIOURand You OXFORDS I 1aruptudsto and will astonish If You riont See What You YOI1III t THE NEXT SESSION OFr 1 AZELGREENACADEMY i i WILL BEGIN TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 J t I I Kasjh Johnson KashDEALERS IN Gen ral Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c j HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the peopl of Hazel Green and vicinity to the rev stock of Ipods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables iiii season Farmers Hardware Ac and especially their j HAMILTONBROWN S OES forfWOMENi D MEN atrr1 sell them at the lowest margii 1 of profit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes- of our fortnJr immense stock including in the lot some vary fine and many pairs Jf suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain At Cost and Carriage and Even itIKash Johnson do 11II i Iii I I I t I J i I 11 dt + IY j j fffg J Z 0 ro j1 r fjr r iiIJ I + r i f I jjljj- OJ l t f II l ate I r w aiO i Y rcj TM THOftOUSHBBEDS ji WHI Btf One of the Great Feature 1 1Comma Blue Grata Fair I tf I I Almost every Kentucktan at e time or another has seen a runnl j I race but comparatively few have htdi the opportunity to see thoroughbred stock not In training Within a radl is ateIgrouped practically all of the tyg thoroughbred nurseries to be found North America At a number of the e places are horses which have cost the f owners from 50000 to 150000 s lit afdj9 that the whljh i illcomes at Lexington the week of Adg 9th to 14th should show Its recognition r of the Importanoe of the thoroughbred Kenutcrybyi iahowof thoroughbred breeding stoqk aII This la the only fair In America iiwhlchi offers such premiums and Un p less all signs fall the greatest Mho w tlotthoroughbred stock ever seen jln the world will be provided for thrjse who visit the big flue Grass Fair Jon Saturday August 14th i Through the generosity of ruanyt the most Important of the thorough bred nurseries seasons to stallions WhIch stand at fees of hundreds of ifol tare have been added to the monct4ry premiums to be given to the wlnuQ of the thoroughbred rings Mr August ii Belmont has donated a season to bis 5120000 horse Rock Sand which won a Is worth In cash 1500 and otser llberajNoof thoroughbred stock should dealnf win these premiums no wonder tit Salome of the rings to be shown thSre should be ax many M thirty r fopty entries The thoroughbred show win be the climax of a week which will go down in thr annals of horse shows the world and which w1l attract to t Flue Grass Fair grounds thousands of people from every section of America Advance nronilses from the OWrfN of the most valuable horses In Jhe Vicinity of Lexington indicate that jthe i vast majority of such horses will be shown Men like August Delmint James R Keene Clarence H MaclfayI J B Haggin F It Hitchcock Rjt Tj WIlson J E Madden and others ho own stock scarcely less valuable willq fJ give the public the opportunity to tee r such horses as can be found injno other section of America than at th JUc stock farms near Lexington I i THE FLORAL HALL i 1 FIne Place to Meet Your Frlend1atthe Blue Grass Itta Floral halt at this years 1 big mac Grass Fair which comes th itweekof August 9th to 14th at Lexing f ton will be one of its most attractive tfeatures The hall is under the dlject supervision of Mr G Norton Shape who made such a success of It dast year The first floor will be given eve to exhibits of farm products and So a special exhibit which the KentuckyEx torahbenefite KentuckjJOn attractive booths decorated and occupied by prominent Lexington merchant On the third floor there will be th8 ex hibits of womans work and table lur tines provision being made for 123 dif ferent clasiofl 1 i The entire hall will be handaorjiely alltdaliin y sad children alike who come to theI fair will find much there to enteiftainI Stem i iACTUALi PHOTOGRAPHS fI J t It FIveSfteeItJi J JJI DxDwarT t fIs that which hu been used this ye4r to advertise the big Blue Grass fair which will be held at Lexington the week of August 9th to 14th Thf pa per is all made from designs ciopy 1 righted by the Blue Grass Fair 4oelation and the views used are token from actual photographs made orf the Air grounds in years past The cost prominent of these is A large fivesheet i ptfiter showing a superb type of a Kentucky saddle horse One ofit thebbeetknown exhibitors in America Is i Astride him and the position oft the L horse and the pose of the rider are so natural so graceful and so fife Ilse as to attract immediate attention t Another potter is a picture of a team I which showed and won premiunU at the Blue Grass wuCan a fine type of a horse head There ar also posters setting forth the antics of the k famous Spellmans performing ears and of the various other free Acts acrobatic highwire and trapeze njhlch will serve to amuse the thousan s or people who come to the big Blue Grass paperadvertising j n arty pieces considered by dlscrlnrlnat Ing Judges the best open afr bard in hassalsobeen II drawing especially designed byj the orde+ jQrasTTJHit fIt is I a splendid type of addle horse Iih acJ tion J t Such paper as this is of cours ex pensive but It fisso attractlro ttfat it i la certain to bripg very excellent re ii atdta In creating interest and iii IacUq attea 1f t atJJj JT 1 r I 1 71 1uLJlit1tr 9 lit T r i I I Published by rfonjtst Chnrchyardrlthe old churchyard I will know tub path through the s greenswardjgthere we were wont to regard s Well trace out their crimes in the olday cliurchyjrd Oh mourn nuts ftjr them their grief Iis oer lill- in ji Weep not for ieni they weep no more For deep iis thcjir pleep though cold and sirhard ji j Their pillow nltyj be in the old church yard i j j I know it seeing vain when friend s IfIj Part ii- To breathe kid words to the brok heart j I know that the joys of lifeseemmarr When we follow our friend + to the o church Iaril hit were fat teat toneatli yon tree Why should yiiuJ weep dear friend for I meCt Im Bray worn ind sad ohwhy thenI ic oflard i jj- j The rest that seek in the old church yard si Our friends lijiger there in their sweet rsrelwse j Released iron the worlds sad bereave ment addwoes And who would pot rest with the fried they resard In quietude syeet in the old churchyard brightdntthe prison of clay When Gabriel voice and the trump of the Log ihall waken the dead in the old chur yardhOh weep notjfor me I am anxious to go To that have j of rest wises tears never flow i tInter that dark lonel ward For soon sha4l Trice from the old church HYesIt F I join that heaven Land J Of glorified jpuls at my Saviors right hand 2 Forever to dell in bright mansions prepared t eFor rise from the oldchurchyard rCASTORIAI For lifants and Children The Kind oi Have Always Baug I eBears th1 Signature Qft POLLY jfif th- eCIRCUS Ey ARCARET MAYOtI Capyft blrOOS by Dodd Mead sad t Company C ElAPTER XII days followed Polly ILfNELkI of the parsonage I went about her duties quietly feeling that therJ little comments which once amused thespastor had njw become an Interruption to thoughts Li which she had no part He would sjt for hours with his head In his haadst taking no notice of what passed befotfc him She tried to think of new illshos to tempt his appetite and shook her head sadly as she bore the nntasted fool hack to the kitchen She sometimes found a portfolio of drawings lye gopen upon his study ta ble She remembered the zeal with which he hfjd planned to remodel the church and parsonage when he first tame to tbeiji how his enthusiasm had gradually died for lack of encourage ment and hfcw he had at last put his ooks Ina cupboard where they grewLL dusty tram i long neglect She marveled at thalr reappearance now but something fa his set faraway look made her afraid to Inquire Thus she went on frfm day to day growing more impatftnt with Hasty and more silent with fibs pastor companIonship drum life There was no more laugh ter In the jhouse and she began to droop Polly had eon away from the parson age a month when the complacency of the village Iras again upset by thear rival of theGreat American Circus There werte many callers at the par sonage thatjday for speculation was rwmgotten her and What did he ever find In herhwere OtIeach totheirlike gladly base reinstated agtheircasoolatobnhappycomforthim UJiany man happy without mer hasbees the cdot liveRUr Adam tad I i e i I r dRaI fjntiglasI had held nimselfTtir s 14I more aloof from the tiny of Pollys flia appearance He expressed no opinion about the deacons or their recent disapproval of him he avoided meetingI oftfirm oftener than duty required and Strong felt so uncomfortable a tongue tied In his presence that he too was Rind to make their talks as few possibleNothing was said about the pastors Plans for the future or about his con tinued connection with the church and the Inquisitive sisterhood was on ti point of exploding from an overac cumulation of unanswered questions He delivered his surmons oonwlon tlously called upon his poor listonodI hIsIparishioners up wit his sinks or walked alone on the hill behind the church enHe had been absent nil day whr Mandy looked out on the citrus lot for the dozenth time and saw that t edafternoon ItItln that Miss Polly was not In the parade that morning nnd to know that t pastor had made no effort to tind about her For weeks both she outI Hasty had hoped that the return of I the circus might bring Polly back I them but now It vas nearly night and there had born no word from her Why didnt she come running In to them as Mandy hud felt so sure seeII would hadWhy the pastor stayed away on the bills all day Unanswered questions were alwa an abomination to Mandy so finally dsshe drew a quarter from the knotted gingham ra that held her small wad of savings and told Hasty to so Ionic to de slum an find out bout 1t- ay PollyShe was anxiously waiting for him when Deae n Strong knocked at the door for the second time that alter noonIs Mr Douglas bark yet1 he asl cho Bah lie aint said Mandy vetyIshortly Sir felt that Strong and ElI verson had been a4ryinto spy on de parson all dy and she resented theirl visits more bun she usually did What tlnie are you expeotln him I dont nebber spec Massa lluu las till I sirs him Strung grunted uncivilly and went thpIyof the church DIY sure am ameanin trouble she mumbled The band hud stopped playing the last of the audience had straggled down the street She opened the door and stood on the pooh the buns seemed to suffocate her What was keeping Hasty He came at last but Mandy could tell from his gait that he brought unwelcome knews Alnt she dar 11Sbes trabbelln wid em Mandy didnt done ride See berth Hasty Jones Is dat ere chile sick 1 don rightly know said Hasty A great big man what wored clothe like a Kemrnen coined out wld a whir in his hand an says as how heN bilged to nounce nnudder gal in Miss Pollys place An den he says as how de udder gal was Jen as good an den everbody look disappointed like an den out comes de udder gal on a hostI an do tricks an I aint heard no more bout Mss Polly Shes sick dats what I says Mandy declared excitedly an somebody got to do something I done all 1 knowed drawled Has ty fearing that Mandy was regretting her twentyfive cent Investment Go long out an fix up dat ere kitchen fire was Mandy impatient reply I got to keep dem vittels warm for Massa John She wished to be alone so that she holdsof Polly Oat baby faced mornln glory done got Mandy all wobbly bout heart she declared to herself as crossed to the window for a sight of the pastor It was nearly dark when she saw him coming slowly down the path from the hill She lighted the study Shtfs sick dots what I says lamp rearranged the cushions and cheeryfor1s frald yos mighty tired she saidOh no answered Douglas absently Mebbe yod like Mandy to be sarvln your supper In here tonight Its more choerfulcr He crossed to the window and looked upon the circus lot The flare of uptothe picture of thirteen menthe o he thought and old Tobys wordy back to hlmThe show has got go on He longed to have done with dreams speculation to feel something tan ble graspII rant He turned from the window walked hurriedly up and down tile l l iA I room Indoorftjiior out ho fofind too rest He threat himself in file arm chair tear the fable and sat buried in thought Mandy came softly Into the room She was followed by Hasty who car ndvied a tray llajlen with things t lathe ought to have tempted any mail S motioned for Hasty to put the tray on the table and then began nrranclnR the dishes Hnsty stole to thi window and pepped out nt the tempting flare of red lire IeIIn Douglas discovered the pr once of his two faithfuls he w touched with momentary contrition Have yon hart a hard day with trep new gravel wrflU he asked Iias rcnieiiiherini tliat he had l een laying hH fresh path to the Sunday school i roomJes yo come eat yo supper Man 11rly called to Douglas Dou yo worry your head hoist tint lazy husbaii oh Iemine He ain t gain ter work null to hurt hlsself For an Instant shad he been tempted to let the pastor know how Hasty had gone to the her j IeCUN I and seen nothing of Pollybut motherly Instinct won the ely mel ilj she urged him fo rot before disturbing t him with her own anxieties It was 0no use He only toyed with Ills fnt he was elearly ill at ease and tiger to j be alone Slie ave up trying to tempt j eohis appetite aid began to 1 lead up i Ia roundabout way to tie tilings whichIII wished to asks Dars quite some racket nut dar IIII pyde lot tonight she said Douglas did not answer It1rr a mnroent ihe wpnt on nasty didnt work on no walk today Douglas looked at lice quiz zlcally n hUr Hasty eonvlmed that yefor reasons of her own sire was nlnI to get him into trouble was making l i frantle motions He done gone ter de IIcirrus she blurted out Douglas a became suddenly grave Maiiiy saw that site had touched an open worn cdi Jos couldnt stnu It Massa John hurl ter find out bout dat angel sille thatI1 lie was walling for her to go on She ilidnt door ride torfnyl He looked up with the eves of a dumb persecuted animal iAntl deIi Hobeqwhy jes speaked bout de wider gal ij I takln her plmre r j Why ditlnt she ride riM DouI las In an agony of suspense j bats what I don know sah j Mandy began to ry It was the first time In his experience that j Douglas had ever known her to 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