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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii- s i a u y i r I ffflTrPIkI k rJJ i r i I J HE U1 j j HERALD0 4 Made Famous lathe Story of Jonathan and His Continentby Max OHell = 0I- E I I SP pwaelrandeE ItorTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountarnsr 100 a Year in Advance j = ITWENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL 15lGREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY t1 Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND = fJl No 3 VuS 418TATQ S Daily ex Daily and Sunday Sunday Sundaytiny AMLve TMLvejAMLve Jackson 6 lOan i 1 20 pal 700 an OK J unct 6 151Im f = 25 pn1 7t am Beattyve Jci 7 U7 am J m pm 77ri am TorrenL 7 30 am n pm 15am Nat Bridge 7 45 am 13 5tJ pm 111 alii- Campton Jn 7 4S am 57 pm J8 am 15 am 4 26 pmt 851 Un Stanton 25 am 4 35 pmt 9IPamCityClay I18 ilru3am- lyincheater LdcEJuncn uOam 5 07 pm 12 am 520 pw1O12am- Lexton arl 9 5i am 005 pw 1Or am- i EAST BOUND i 2-II Deily exSTATIONS Daily SundaySunday aI I LyeS1 I JO Willche 13 amg 38 pm terj201II j M pmjMS pinI Cluy itYIIIO U u2 am3 50 pm401 Sttantoo 44 II lU amI 351 pmlH 430 pml Campton JuutullI J8 pm I 4 35 plll57 Nat 57 19 43 am I 4 47 pm 621lorrent 62 56 am 5 lU pm c 7UliU 17 am I 6 U5 pm 70IHelittyveJ 90 1115 am g lU ij94 1120 am I CONNECTIONS- L S E JLlh1USHaws No laud will wake connection with the C OKy t for Mt Sterling CAunoN JUNCTIONTrains os 1 2 t 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Camptontt BKATTYVLLK No 2 t will make connection at Beatty ville June with the L and A Railway fur passengers to and from Beattyville OKJENCT1ONTrains Nos 3 and 4 ect with the O K Railway fur local i on the O J K Railway JJcaDv A MCDOWELL Ueneral Manager SCOTT Uen Pass Agent doo 8c KgucKg Railway I Table May 21 1905 IIme BOUND SS N o21 jjWEST S = Daily ex I SL Sunday x PMABBI I 5 20 6 Cannel City2 12 35 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4a05 20 ilanjpton 11 11 51 1 j 3 52 22 Vilhurst 6 11 4t 319 270KJunction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 t EAST BOUND No 34 S No 22 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex SnntiaySundayJ AULVE PMLVK 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 t48 37 10 Wilhurst 20 1 51 9 25 1 OiK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Not 21 and 22 will make close connectlor- at O k K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 fa pointa on the Lexington and Eastern Rail- WAY a M L CONLEY Superintendent MountaiIl GentlaI RailIOaa No 1 No DEPART 000a mCampton1130 a 200p mCampton 000pm No2 Nol ARRIVE 730 amCampn JunclO 05 am 3 30 pmCampn Juno 4 40pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E passenger trains B F BOLINC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and counties that he carries a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes andeverything necessary to put away styleirSpecial supplied on 21 hours notice finest made if ordered x Teams and backs furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones G IEWELL O UOS- ENotary Public STILLWATER KY Oflers his professional services to citizens ofi Wolfe county and solicits the patronage ofi allwho may Live legal paper to execute OCccathu residence onBlillmter h r COUNTY NEWS 1 I Local Items ofgeneral J interest to a majority j four readers especi ally distantfriends j DAYSBORO teachingiai acceptedfavorite Quincy Joggers of Illinois visited his motherinlaw Mrs Jane Nickell last week and will makei a tour among other relatives an friends in this section jI Last week Miles Fallen of thisI place bought a cane mill fromif Buck Higgins When he arrived home he found that he had lost itI This is very unfortunate as MilesI wanted to use it Lige Blankenehip better known as the The Drake is the proudf possessor ofa watch whichsuit o kas he claims that it was builtft in a quick train early dinner fac f tory and just wouldnt take al pretty for it j Oct 4 POET fji The BedRock of Success lies in a keen clear brain backed by indomitable will and resistles i energy Such power comes fron the splendid health that Dr King i New Life Pills impart They vitalI- ze every organ and buildup brain and body J A Harmon Liz tmore W Va writes They arbi the best pills 1 ever used 25c ai all dealersljl CILLMORE j J C Un don went to AntiociI Sunday on business ij Mrs J 11 Ely made a business trip to Neola Saturday W L Crisp of Lee City was iiui this section electioneering Arthur Little of lusko was curl iting ini this section Sunday J Aunt Lottie Little of Inekojjjs visiting relatives and friends here this week 3 Cartey and Carl Ely and McKinley Gose attended church ouI Grassy Sunday i Mrs Fannie Brooks cf Stamps r Branch was visiting Henry Dunn and wife Sunday Several attended church at tl t place Sunday and heard some got I preaching by Rev P C GullettI R M Haddix and Elizabeth h Haddix sold their interest in the J H Vest farm to Scott Nick Jl1 for the sum of 200 and boughtj W L Baileys farm on Grahajcn PVing Ocr 4 DAISY The pleasant purgative effect ex Chamberr lains Stomach and Liver Tablets titbody and mini which they createf makes one feel joyful Sold by alll dealers j i COSNEYVILLE honeSunday night LOurfe aro moving to May town this weak lTr Rollie Tutt and Nick Center ajod Misses Grace and Ruth Tutt and Bertha Fulks took dinner at he home of Suda Wilson Sunday j Mesdames J J and T K Tutt Misses Ruth and Grace Tutt Bertha Fulks and Mr and Mrs GjV Fulks attended a funaral at Said field Sunday j A bean hulling was given at the homo of Miss Ruth Tutt Saturday night Among those present wprp Misses Grace and Lillie Tutt find Myrtle and Zella Fulks Nick Cfjn ter Rollie Tntt Younger Bowmi ni Wallice Cram James Powell JlF Brown and Herbert Legg All iad an en time Oit 4 CINDERELLA hamberlaius Cough Remedy baa become famous for its cdres of coughs colds croup and inhn uza Try it when in need 1 It- i contains no harmful substance niklwajs gives prompt relief old by all dealers t t t I jII TO GORHESPONDENTSMail your items early so they will reach our office morningMondayfnot be published unless of unusual im buineuiand TRENT Mrs Rebecca Edwards is on the sick list at this writing Wm Blnukeuahip of Consola fltion passed through this section Tuesday Oren Campbell of Hazel Green todStillwaterJ daughterStellafield Sunday StamperBranch her way to Hazel Green Saturday David Pennington moved from the J T Day farm at this place to the farm of John Pieratt on Red rivet Misses Gracie Golden and Beu lab Trimble of Lacy creek were guests of Walter Maloney and family Sunday iMiss Maggie Raney nccompa nied by her brother Elvin of Hurst fork of Stillwater was a pleasant guest of Misses Nannie and Dorcas Barker Sunday John Bailiffs of near Caney had tbe misfortune of getting ono of his horses shoulders broken fR- he was on his way to court between CamphellsMarried at the residence of the brides parents Jim Brewer and WednesdayInight September 29 Miss LillieI Brewer and John T OHair The bride is known as one of Laurels most charming girls and the groom is one among the best boys in the community sober industrious and honest We wish them all the joys of married life and hope their path way may be along the route of arospenty Oct 4 PANSYBUD Frightful Fate Averted I would have been a cripple for life from a terrible cut on my knee cap writes Frank Disberry Kelliher Minn without Buck Ibns Arnica Salve whichsoon cured me Infallible for wounds burnsderup tions Worlds best for piles 25c at all dealers BURKHART 1Hiram and John D Rudd two prominent farmers of Belknap were here the other day on busi ness A B Little a cattle dealer of Insko bought a nice milch cow from James C Bailey of our sec bon for 2750 businessetrip to Stevenson last week and in the meantime bought a mulch cow from Will Day for 2750 Leander Elam attended the fu neral meeting at the Old Grassy church Sunday and visited his son Sam Henry Elam at Consolation George Crase Sr and nieces Misses Clementine and Rowena of this place spent a very pleasant visit with relatives and friends in Breathitt county last Saturday and Sunday Boone Bache visited his daugh ter Miss Florida who is attend ing school at Haze Green Acad emy Sunday Mr Bache is think ing of moving to Hazel Greeu very soon to educate all his children at the academy We will be sorry to see him leave our community but we cannot afford to object to young people receiving an education Oct 4 NAT It is in time of sudden mishap or accident that Chamberlains Liniment can be relied upon to take the place of the family doc tor who cannot always be found at the moment Then it is that Chamberlains Liniment is never found wanting Incases of sprains cuts wounds and bruises Cham berlains Liniment takes oat the soreness and drives away the pain Sold by all dealers t d k CANNEL CITY Will Urfer had a sale Saturday It consisted chiefly of live stock which brought fair prices Fairie Templiu music teacher in the public school arrived Friday aud began her duties today Sam Carter of West Liberty was a pleasant guest of some oi our young folks last Saturday and SundayJ Kendall Gardener Cottle J H Sebastian and Judge Fergu son all of West Liberty were in our town Saturday Mrs Charley Byrd and little daughter Gladys are visiting Mrs Byrds parents Q C Daniel and wife at Hazel Green Ed Hogg of Bconeville the es timable Democratic candidate for senator in this district was among UB two days last week Mr Hogg and his friends are confident of successMrs Whittaker wife of Dr Whittaker left Sunday for an ex tended visit to Lexington Frankfort and other points Before re turning she will call on her two nieces Esther and Frances Lykins who are attending school at Mid way A nutting party consisting of Sue Long Mollie Kilgore Fairie Temphn Edna Lykins Hugh Minor Ed Faulkner Guy Leslie Es till Clark and Hubert Gambill ripebrownstaff Sunday afternoon Possibly one of the most suc cessful teachers associations ever held in Morgan county was con vened at this place Saturday Sev enteen out of the twentyone teachers in this Educational District were present The session in the forenoon was taken up with time ly discussions by the teachers They then enjoyed dinner pre pared especially for them at the homes of the citizens Forty min utes of the afternoon session was turned over to the literary societies of the public school during which time all were entertained withal exquisite program of recitations and music The association was attended not only by teachers but by the citizens of the town thus showing their attitude toward ed ucation Superintendent Ward in his closing remarks said The teachers of this Educational Division as well as the citizens of Cannel City should be congratu phowinginOct 4 ETHEL Hoarseness in a child subject to croup is a sure indication of tho approachof the disease If Cham berlains Cough Remedy is given at once or even after the croupy cough has appeared it will prevent the attack Contains no poison Sold by all dealers MURPHY FORK Born to the wife of Clove Man nm Friday a boy Dr Andy Nick ellattending Mrs Alice Oldfield of Rardm Ill is visiting her parents James Little and wife at Mize The creek was deserted Sunday Beauty and fashion had assembled at the services held at the Old Grassy church Prof Kelly Wheeler sof Elam villa Academv left Fri ay for a visit with home folks at West Lib ertv returning Sunday Frank Lawson of Ezel father of Long Dave of this creek died Sunday of consumption and was buried Monday in the Ezel grave yard Misses Mary Maud and Ella Miller of Stillwater accompanied by Mort and Roscoe Wilson and Mort Halsey were visiting on the creek Saturday and took in the big preaching Sunday at the Old Gras sy churchOver people attended tho big meeting at Old Grassy Sunday Revs Harlan Murphy Bill Yocum and Dent Byrd preached beautiful and impressive sermons on the life and death of Mrs Elizabeth Couch wife of Jeff Couch who died about a year ago Oct 4 TULIP Your cough annoys you Keep on hacking and tearing the deli cate membranes of your throat if you want to be annoyed But if you want relief want to be cured take Chamberlains Cough Remedy Sold by all dealers 0 t IlEflOE O EISllPEHS You Mast Say Western Girls if You Would be Intel ligent HOME PAPER IS THE BEST Western Publisher Out in a small western town there are a lot of pretty and clever girls banded together under the name of the Mat riaKel1ble Ladies league who are perfectly aware says Dorothy Dix in the New York Evuihig Journal that it takes a great muuy desirable qualifications to make a man an agreeable husband and the chief of these is intelligence Hence at the meeting of the league lust week the follow ing resolution was passed by a unanimous vote Be it resolved That we the mem bers of the Marriageable Ladies league do hereby ugree not to marry any man who is not a patron of his home newspaper for it is strong evidence of his want of intelligence and that he will be too stingy to provide for a family or educate his children or support institu tions of learning in the community These girls dont beat about the bush They go right at it and face the fact that the man who is dull and ignorant and unprogressive in his youth is not going to be a Solomon in middle life or a sage in his old age They realize that the man who does not read the newspapers is the dolt who gets taken in by confidence men and who invests the family savings in gold bricks and comes whining home to be com forted for his stupidity by his wife He is a plan to be avoided by every girlwho does not feel that she has a sacred call to run an asylum for incurable imbeciles and this is the kind of man that the Marriage able Ladies league resolves to side step The idea is good enough to pass along Any girl may take it as a safe tip that thR man who is too closefisted to take a newspaper and too utterably stupid to read one is the kind of a man who ib going to bore her to death a But the main point is that both husbandand wife are interested in the things in the papers They can talk about the same murder trials and divorces and financial scandals and politics that are interesting the public at the moment and ofsuch gossamer fibers are the unbreakable chains of love and sym pathy forged The real test of perfect amity and understanding between a mar ried couple is when they split the newspaper between them The Dove of Peace has taken up his permanent roosting place in their household Money Games In Bunches to A A Chisholm of Treadwell N Ynow His reason is well worth reading For a long time I suffered from indigestion torpid liver constipation nervousness and general debility he writes I couldnt sleep had no appetite nor ambition grew weaker every day in spite of all medical treatment Then used Electric Bitters Twelve bottled restored all my old time health and vigor Now I can attend to business every day Its a wonderful medicine Infallible for stomach liver kidneys blood and nerves 50c at all dealers Oldest Kentucky Church The celebration of the one hun dred and twenty fifth anniversary of the Pisgah church in Woodford county which is the oldest church building now standing in that sec tion of the state if not west of the Alleghany Mountains is now be ingheldMeetings have been held an nually at the Pisgah church on October 7 for over 100 years and from it has emanated much of the civilization of Kentucky The start of the educational movements in Kentucky more than 100 years ago was from this church The start of the old Transylva nia University was from this church and many of the noted men of Kentucky who figured in its early history wore educated there among them the brilliant Thomas Marshall the Breckin ridges and others received their early training at tthis church inI which the school mi conducted I t t J IT iTj The Southern School Journal has been critised in one or two sections of the state because of its apparent failure to recognize the school happenings of that section in the School News The criticism is just There are several sections representedinthere are two reasons First the failure of the county newspaper to place the Southern School Journal on its exohange list We are sending the Southern School Journal each month to about seventyfive county newspa per which we never see We depend on these county papers for the school news finding this a mote satisfactory plan than de pending upon nersonal correspondence when we can secure the coun typapersSecond the lack of harmony and cooperation existing between between teachers and their local papers One county newspaper iu August gave the greater part of an entire issue to the publication of the minutes of the teachers institute and in a footnote asked for the support of the teachers stat ing that while its space had been freely given there seemed a total failure on the part of the teachers to appreciate the favors extended There are others papers probably in the same position but rather more longsuffering or else more optimisticThe newspaper is a friend to the teachera friend front n him we often borrow and whom we sel dom fully repay The position we secure the successful entertain ment our school has given the purchase of a library or bookcase or organ for our school the favor able comments on our workthese- are given space gratis We may borrow our neighbors paper in or der to read such comments and may even ask our neighbor to give us the paper when he has finished reading it in order that we muy send it to a friend who also is not a subscriber When we see thejeditor we may remember that it was he who made such pleasant publicity possible and we delugerhim with thanks while the poor man stands smiling patiently thinking of the coal bill whichthe- one dollar our subscription would bring might help him to pay and the cake of Lava soap he needs to rid his hands of printers ink which might bt purchased by the five cents we should pay for the extra paper to send to a friend Besides the county newspaper is well worth the one dollar asked for it aside from thespirit of co operation which should be manifest by the enrollment of every teacher on its mailing list Suppose it does not contain news ev ery weekit is worth the price of 1 the paper to know thatnothing of moment has happened in your countyLet us stand by the editor of the county paper He works harder receives less andaccomplishes more than the majority of his subscribers dream of Southern School Journal Its a Top Notch Doer Great deeds compel regard The world crowns it doers Thats why i the American people have crowned Dr Kings New Discovery the king jj- of throat and lung remedies Every atom is a health force It killsII germs and cold and la grippe vanish it heals coughracked mem branes and coughing stops Sore inflamed Bronchial tubes and lungs are cured and hemorrhages cease Dr Geo More Black Jack N C writes it cured me of lung trou ble pronounced hopeless by all doctors roc 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by alldeal ers Parents oftentimes wonder who boysThey t everydaynot teach them any morality or else his teaching is a failure The truth is the boys are on the streets from the time school closes until late at night The street corner iis the best place in the world for teaching vice profligacyi and crime nearly allthe bad language and idle vicious habits of boys nreu taught on the streets at late hniifs of the night Teachers may be able to accomplish a little in counter acting vile influences but much of theirlabor is in vain until pa keeping t J u a1 1 IJ J I 4i i J t 1ii 1 i r r I II THE HERALD j Bnteredattho Hazel GnPofflceniieconclclnigmatter I SPENCER COOPER = EdltO11I HAZEL CREEN ICY THURSDAY Oct 7 190JJ WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY WOLFE COURT TAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY KASU Commonwealths Attorney 1 J R HOLLOK Clerk Meets third Mondaj in January first SelrtemberWOLFE COUNTY COURT H T CEr TEE Judge AttorneyUOBERT Meets first Monday in each mouth WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District No lC M Fallen nird Friduy iu March June Septeiuoer and Peceiu 1 ber District No 2Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and November District No 3S F Allen second Friday in February May August and November District Xo ojPo 1egg first Friday in March May August and November District No5T C llollou second Fri day in March Juue September and De eember District Xo 61oy Hurst third Fridiiy iu February May August and November District froltI Jlelton fourth Fri day in March Juue September and December District No 8J M Lovelaee first Fii day in February May August aud No vember DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Slate Senator 3Ith Senatorial District L E HOGG Of Owoley County For Representative Stlst Legislature District MALONE LYKINS Of Morgan County CALTWEHTTTHIBD DISTRICT For Circuit Judge D B 11EDW1NE Of Breathitt County For Commonwealths Attorney THOS C JOHNSON Of Lee County 0WOLFE COUNTY For County Jud eW B DUFF For County Court ClerkI 1 CARIlOLL For Circuit Court Clerk J C LINUON For Sheriff GEOIIGE tV SALLhY For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For AssessorJ1 CENTE- RForJailerJ C L LITTLE For Co Superintendent WTAlLHEE For Surveyor E CREECH Tor Coroner J RANK SAMPL- Er MORCAN COUNTY For Circuit Judge 32nd District J B HANNAH For Commonwealths Attorney 32n- dDistrictJOIIN31 WAPf For County Judger C FERGUSON For County AttorneyJ P IIANEY For Count ClerkJ II SEIIASJ lASr For Superintendent TN BARKER Tor Circuit ClerkI M OAKLEY For Sheriff H II BROWN For JailerII C COMBS For Assessor WHIT KEMPLIN For CoronerZACJl HANKY For Suneor1J P TURNER f bince the discovery of the North Pole and the controversy about thejj same cold weather and magnetic disturbances haveoccuned throughout the northern part of the earth A mysterious phenomena caused presumably by the Aurora Boreal is recently occurred and caused1 more or less trouble to all electri cal machinery It was a magnetic disturbance of wide extent and ef fected the telegraphs and tele phones and even the Atlantic ca t bled Telegraph instruments were put out of use all over the country for more than an hour and tele phone wires running for any dis s tance were rendered so noisy that it was impossible to use them Science has failed to determine 4theI cause and origin of the magnetic J disturbance which accompa nies the Aurora Borealis and the f only way that it makea itself known is the effect it has on theI various instruments operated by electricity The seyerity of the storm can only be determined byI the effect produced on the electri I cal instruments The editor and his wife disagree with each other very materially She sets things to right and he j writes things to 1ftBbe reads r what others rlfe and heNwrites what others re a She keeps the t devil out of the house as mach 8BII possible andhe retains him and r could not go to press without him l JHe knows more than he write and r flke write tmore than she knows serImonI Lawrence Kas Christian churchI Rev D HjCarrick who had just accepted if position as conductor on the Lawrence street railway said I dput believe a minister can live dn honest life now Iff jhe preaches the truth he will bo condeming the lives of must of 111s1 t congregation and offending them He passes over this and that and lives a ho very day of his life in order not to offend the influential1 members f his congregation GoU I am earning an lion est living how The coning preacher is going to preach sallation and humanity instead of prohibition and business Ii He will diagnose the ailments o the soul iinstead of measuring the purses off his congregation He will prescribe potatoos for the starving iiwstead of prayers for the rich i The case ol Beach Hargis fo the killing of his lather James Hargis fas argued before the Court of iAppoals last week all was submitted to the decision of the court Friday The common wealth W8a represented by Atto- hey Gene al Breathitt and Senator W 0 Bradley spoke iu behalt o Beach Ilajgis It is rumored that the case will not be decided for two weekAi Some ancient writer has truth fully said Dont grow oldass ciate with young folks have a good tin every day laugh and dont woijry dont think you are growing old and you will be surprised ho v long you keep young 1Scarcely has the football season opened slid accidents are already being reported Duke Trimble a Indiana University football guardl was injured in a game last week and is dangerously ill from blood poisoning a result In commenting upon the death of Governor Johnson of Minneso ta the Toledo Blade Republican + says The country could ill afford to lose such a man as John Johnson J Defects inn Our System byWilliamprofessorofe University on the spelling ability of students in that institution Two hundred and fifty students submitted to Professor Bailey essays on various subjects and iin only 25 of these productions wer there no misspelled words the list of misspelled numbered 443 the average number of mutilated words pEr student was five the merge number of misspelling was veu and the three words most geuerall misspelled were sepa rate rcjlieve and receive The trouble with our present common school management iis that children are required to have too many studies This craze fo Wholesale education appears to be general It is not confined to personthatI plainly read intelligently and hasI a knowledge arithmetic is equip jped for the duties that tall to theI 1 lot of thof great majority WeI educationl 1 things should be mastered to a least a reasonable degree i Pear Paid By Uncle Sam i It occjirs to some iuquisitive I ipropErlyiquirein the flay and service of the united States Government whit I on his trip to the pole If eo he entitled to all the storyhishis journeys It is said that Com mander feary while in the pay of the Government has for the last dozen years done little else thanI exploit himself as a polar explorer and tha on bis recent trip the Govern ieut had assigned him to report tidal observations in theI arctic regions No one wjshes t detract ftom any of the credit that hopthatI either asfirst or second finder yet we cannbt escape the conclusion l that a gojod deal of the courage we uttributato polar discoverers has behind ia decided hankering af tar what the Good Book calls filthy li WeeklyJchildren pryI IJOR FLETCHERS f CASTORJA t I UnwritaDle English tII Did you know that there is a 1 least one sentence in English tha can be spoken but that it is imI possible to write asked a Cam bridge University professor Yes j correct English I suppose andI Iits again it isnt Here is the sentence although I vow I dont jknow how you are going to write it There are three twos in th English language You see i you spell two two the 8bntoncee j is incorrect as it is if you spell iVI either too or to Catch the 1point Really it is incorrect t say it although it should certainj ly ho possible to express the thott This thing has set mo going uu i it simply goes to show what a tangle the English language is There certainly isi a word two toIid aliketwo tooor towhich makes it correct to say There are three twos or three toos or three tos i the English language But what s the useExM- ethod u of Calculating Interest rOne of the shortest and simplest methods known for calculating iiuI terest is to multiply the principal dividde as For 4 per cent divide by 90 For 5 per cent divide by 72 10rFor 7 per cent divide by f 7 hy15fon f+ 550000 for s2 toys at S per cent multiply 300 by 92 divide by 1 5 and point off four decimal places The result is 7550 CASTOR I A1 For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bough Bears the- Signature x of UIGlclrI mostIbelI thesaying see a pin und pick it up all the day youll hay Ii postilicato get it his hat tumbled down in to the street his eye glasses fe and broke on the pavement his suspenders gave away behind h burs ted the button hole in the buck of his shirt collar and all but lost his false teeth But he got the pin FARM FOR SALE 0Farm of 200 acres more or less lying on the waters of Lacy creek known as the Cruey form A I fenced and crossfenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared land in grass Largo orchard ever lasting fine water 5room dwell Bing house halls and porches also tenant house For the next thirty days this farm will be offered at a bargain Possession given Jauu ary 1 1910 For further lars address ELLSWOKTH LACY IR 01 Rardin Ill FARM FOR SALE 0 therwork on my farm on account of age and other disabilities I offer lackwaIteri soonsGO acres in grass balance in culti 5roomIdwelling with all necessary out orchardlf etc For terms and all other in ittMOTLEY Ezel Ky Rare oDDDDItUQitg1t o andleconsistine 1 Greentspair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being fur 101lisrandpower and machinery Willsell all together or separately addressMarch 11 Hazel Green Ky ANTED S u c c ES s MAGAZINE responsibleo collept1 scriptions during full or spare time EX perience unnecessary Any one caa start amongfriendsandacquafatacesandbuilup Id gs without capital Complete outfit and instructions FREE Address VON SuccessMagazine I Its a good idea to let a girl have takesisuchhouse cleaned op i= JEST tlqItI1 Have any of our readers seen are ant copy of the Cincinnhti Weekly Crquirer If not it frill pay to send for a copy if for nd other pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator inj all things prosperousfearth The editor by asking = its reader to criticise and suggeSt improver- u meuts and following advice thus obtained is enabled toj produce a paper that exactly fits tweeds of pit family and a material ail to father mother and children ijn reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supreme ji Father obtains ample jnformation that guides in the when when and how to regulate and iincrease then income from his efforts The mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of children and other Jduties that makes her ioil a labor of love Childrens minds and Ihearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan iing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being thitAss lire our Homes so will tie the Com- munityj State and Nation I A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as jpreached by that Biblibal Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible ireminder of the spiritual and tern 3 righteousling to the home j Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unani j mous verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them i Sample copies may be had by writing to the ENQUIRED COMPANY I I Cincinnati O T i j WeAsk You to take Cardui Lr your femalej itIwill help you Remember thats this great female remedy i I l- j ECARD UI j has brought relief to thousands of other sick women so why not to you For hea ache backache periodical pairs female weak ness many have said it is the ItlI1 Sold in This CityF3 W E PRINTS- ALE BILLS RAND PRINT ThCM RIOT Headquartersfor JewelrySilverware Goodsfalso have your eyes tested and fitted with glasses properly and correctly Call and obtain pri tces it will not cost you a cent to be convinced AR MAUPPIN WATCHMAKER JEWELER CAMPTON KY 1GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL myeany style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25 tf GEO RICE BOYS GIRLS CoiAMiHA HICVCLE Greatest otter nut listyour friends to subscribe to our magazine 0Columbiafor particulars fret outfit and circular I TheI2ntlStleetlew DR C H WILLIAIS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY cititencoun aflictton01Baalat e1 ft t KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General MerchandiseAnn- ounce I to the citizens of Hazrl Grren and vicinity that they have just received magnificent line of j LADIES SH- lES GENTS i i Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc sad that their general line embraces tine Diets Goods Dry Good Notions IiIiSELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc 1 1to which they invite inspection rt rr- i WINTER I- SiCOMINGj j j Ij Iand we are now prepared to help you get ready for it Our Fall and Winter line o- fMILLINERYi Dry Goods and Notions I is complete An Elegant Display of Beautiful Pattern Hats Trimmings Shapes etc A Beautiful Selection of Tailored Suits Coats and Skirts for Ladifsv Misses and Children Nothing but the best and latest to sell you Prices reasonable Your patronage solicited Yours truly MAPEL TROY OL Letter Heads I Statements jl 0y Bill Heads I Envelopes Cards Anything and everything in the way of highgrade commercial printing Our assortment of job type is coiaplet3 our press facili ties of the best and our workmen true typographical artists This tells all the story of our facilities for doing job printing of the right kind at the right prices Bill Heads- Statements V1ylIS the oldest and the largest banks that are the safest Observation and experience answers NO Then deposit your money in bank that is under control bank that loans its money in small sums well distrib uted and well secured- A bank that is conservative and will protect its depositors This oppr rtunity is offered you by The HAZEL GREEN BANK H PIERATT President R H PATTON Cashier I The Right Kind ofo I Reading Matter A I Ij j I Cards Envelopes Letter Heads ITI a A i F The home news the doings of the people In thli I town the gossip of our own community thataif the first kind of reading matter you want It It I more important more interesting to you than that given by the paper or magazine from thlj JyouI to you just what you will consider fft L The Right Kind ofI Reading Matter1 The Herald 1 Ia Year Subsribe Now ti i r xawc 1IJIIl llkvl rf t ft Tr I Fine Care I U Fine Hair i l Its fine care that makes fine hair Use Ayers Hair Vigor new improved formula systematically conscientiously and you will get results We 1 know it stops falling hair curesE dandruff and is a most elegant dressing Entirely new NewEI bottle New contentsE1 Does not change the color of the hair F rormula with each bottl I Snow It to Joan I doctorers It + a h are Ayers Hair Vigor as now made from our new improved formula is the latest most scientific and in every way the very best 1 hair preparation ever placed upon the I market For falling hair and dandruff it is the one great medicine JI dt bj the J C Ayer Co Lowell MMI + I THE HERALD I DRINK WAINSOOTTSROXA KOLA Mrs J Blame Murphy and Miss f Roxie Murphy were in town shopping Tuesday Dr Taylor Center reports the birth of a baby girl to the wife of David Ross of Grassy laEt Monday Uncle Charley Cecil whose case has been mentioned several times is said to be on the mend but very slowly Mr and Mrs Quincy Jaggers of Illinois are visiting Mrs Taggers mother Mrs Jane Nickell ot near Daysboro 1 Ominee Bill Brewer a several time candidate for jailer of this county has been confined to hisI bed for a week or so Salesmen wanted to look after our interest in Wolfe and adjacent counties Salary or commission Address The Victor Oil Company Cleveland Ohio Will Davis and wife of Rardin Ill who have been visiting Ellis Johnson and other relatives sheS being his sister left for homo Monday morning For SaleTwo of the Piaratt cottages for less than the lumber and lot can be bought One acre in each lot five rooms in each house Apply at this office We received a long communica tion from Btilkuap but not bear 1 ing the writers name we cannot 1publish it Sign your name iif you want your letters published il ilW G Lockhart dentist is back office at Campton and will J remain there until November 15 If you are in need of dental work you had better call and see him It is encouraging to find good roads conventions at this season of the year It used to be that good roads were only discussed when the roads were almost im passable A delay in the shipment of the plates forces us to postpone th I opening article of Dr Cooks discovery of the North Pole We hope however to give the first installment in our next issue The number of btudents at theI academy is gradually increasing The enrollment now is about 100 and when the country schools close the number who enroll will fill every department to overflowing Uncle Jim Little and Aunt Lib by visited friends and relatives at Jackson last week Among them his brother Chas Little Mrs Tel terman Bach and Mrs Maud Gun dill They say they had an enjoy able time The attention of the lady read ers is called to the change of Ma pel Troys advet tisement in this issue When in need of anything iu the way of tailored suits or millinery goods this is the place to get it Malone Lykins candidate for representative from this legislative district passed through here Sunday evening en route to Campton to voteatom he would meet on yf pout day v t 1 x if iMATTHEWi jGrassyj In approaching such a task aJ ours in attempting to portray in words the sense of our grief in the loss of our chaplain of one mansnorbrother The ordinary phrases sound cold and meaningless wbila sentences couched in flowery term affected acd mock our griefj Hence we can only in the sim pleat words have his upright life his noble heart and his friendly smile a monument to his memory While we remind the bereaved children that Gods rainbow of promise spans the grave and their father our brother robed in white garments stands on the evergreefl shore watching and waiting for tigj In compliance with our cuetonj andevidence of our sorrow and esteem in which he was held wj will wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty days and cause thesfc expressions to be recorded on li page set apart in our records anOIi to be printed in the Kentucky Odjl Fellow and the HAZEL GREEk HEKAU and a copy furnished the family jIfIJOE C STAMPER t jJj Committee J DUDLEY BARKER R S iii i Nearly Destitute Dr J Harlan Stamper of thiJ place now living somewhere ill Missouri has a wife and three children in this town in really destitute circumstances One of thp trio being only about five weeks old Mrs Stamper is an eleganjt lady and without aid from her husband is in a precarious and piI culiar position While as proufl as a peacock the fact remains that good Christian ladies should seja that she does not suffer for the necessaries of life THE HERALD would not for the world hurt ht r feelings or humiliate her in anyway but we think her false modesty in trying to pull through when she is neither physically qr financially able to take care If herself should be corrected by h4r good friends Our town is pro verbial for the milk of human kindness and we shall rely upon I the good ladies of our town to site that she nor her children suffer j iAThe editor of this paper and his better seveneighths took a buggy ride to Laurel Tuesday and whilel the road is one an automobile would not be safe upon we coy ceived the idea that we could dribe a gentle mare and have no trouble Safely at the end of the route en ceuraged us that we could return and when only 800 yards on tile way coming home we struck a bfjd of rock which broke the kingbolt The blacksmith shop was a mile away and the blacksmith over 25I miles away We borrowed two hed Howard Miller of Stillwater isI dourd to be a Good Samaritan He worjp ed like a Turk saved us from stat ing in the woods all night ad would not take a cent of compel satin and this we think provesI him a Good Samaritan j A Well Deserved Compliment The October number of tneI Southern School Journal prints snI excellent portrait of Miss Naatif eI E Fields superintendent of Mar gan county schools and who Re cently resigned to accept a mate lucrative position in the Went Liberty Academy and says fur ther Miss Fields has been ac knowledged as one of the best county superintendents in toe state and her resignation is caijs ing universal regret She hlba devoted much time to graduating pupils increasing the teachers librar raiei the standard f7 O i I teachers and intensifying the edu cati nal spirit generally Her ljf ty deals have been eo strongly implanted in the educational wok ov Morgan county that for year io come her influence will be felt- Saad I ja ito rein q L i LY i F J Dreamy Valley Sweet the rest in Dreamy Valley Golden lights and shadows play Where the sunbeams hold a rally At the close cf lifes brief day Gently comes the green grass creeping Oer the couch of deep dark brown While the silent ones are sleeping Undisturbed by earthly sound Flowers in all their fragile beauty Shed their fragrance on the air Tokens of true love or duty Offered up with mourners prayer Bitters tears may burn their eyelids Broken vows torment the brain Ceaseless eare pursue the living But they still are free from pain Guarded by cold marble sentinels Stand the rows of young and old Whispering winds repeat the requiem Rustling leaves have softly told Sweet the rest of peacefulslumber Swiftly gained by high and low Countless lie the silent numbers When lifes sun has ceased to glow L T Wouldnt Divide Time The editor of this paper was out of town Tuesday and until late Tuesday night Hence he could not attend the political speaking But friends of both parties and apparently without prejudice tell Our Man About Town that Mr Perry absolutely refused to divide time with Mr Lykins and it is said to have hurt Mr Perrys cause AH he had bolted the nom ination it is probable that when the returns come in Mr Perry in horse parlance will be put down he al so ran The Reason Why i The following is a very truthful remark The man who grows up in his nativo town is regarded as a- lboy by his elders until he is well l started down the declivity of life that ends in a hole The stranger who comes into a place is more often pushed to the front than the young man who has grown up with the town This is the reason why so many young men become dis satisfied with their home surround ing and long to cast their lot inI other querters Mapel Troy have received their fall and winter stock of goods millinery dry goods notions and other novelties Opening dates October 8 and 9 At this opening will be seen fashions latest crea tion in millinerybeautiful pat tern hats trimmings and shapes of various styles Also a nice line of ladies tailored suits to which they invite your special atttentiou They have anything you want in the line of coats and skirts for la dies misses and children all selections made from the bast houses who give their customers every advantage in styles and designs Give them a call Their line is openingIdates Friday and Saturday Octo ber 8 and 9 Kelly Kash and his very estima ble wife were guests cf Sam Kash and wite from Saturday until Wednesday They left for Jackson that day and will be there for quite awhile He is trying to win theI race for Commonwealths Attor neyand with the help of a Democratic lady wife is going to cut down our old time Democratic I majority Democrats should be wide awake Jim Faulkner last week had a fox chase and ran two to the hole and the next week caught two on the ground Perry is an old fox hunter and knows a good hound when he sees it but when this election is over Bill Perry will say fI used to be a good runner butI my dogs can now beat ate J D Henry Co the live mer chants of Grassy Creek will sell a lot of young cattle mules and horses in front of their store next Tuesday October 12 If you want to buy some good stock dont fail to attend For particulars see small bills printed at this office Miss Hines and Mrs Carter wish through the columns of THE HER ALD to invite every woman in our town to be present at a special meeting of the C W B M to be held from 3 to 5 oclock Monday afternoon October 11th in the parlors of Sarah K Yancey home iMoney would be more enjoyable if it took people M long to spend it as it does to earn it KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated sad Concisely Chronicled Coon bunting promises to become a most popular sport in Central Kentucky this season Society folks are plann ng coon parties After only a short illness Miss Ma1 tie Goldsby of Bath county died from blood poisoning caused from picking a pimple on her chin with a brass pin Joe Graddy a prominent Woodford county farmer came near losing his hand the other day a corn crusher cutting a gash that required thirty stitches to close The first house in Louisville was built by James Patton in October 1778 Louis ville now covers nearly 15000 acres and has grown to a population of about 300 000 Earnest Hays charged with killing James Lane his brother inlaw in Madi son county last June was arrested in Jackson county last week and is now in Richmond jail It is said that the increase of moon shine stills in the mountains of south eastern Kentucky is nearly 200 per cent since state wide prohibition went into ef feet in Tennessee William T Armstrong 88 years old of Ballard county predicted that he would die four years after his wifes death Almost to the very hour he expiredat the designated time Mr and Mrs T E Layman an aged couple living in the eastern part of Jefferson county were brutally assaulted in their home by three masked robbers who were later captured John Moore a Bagdad negro imagined that his soul had left him and taken up its abode in the bind legs of a mule run ning at large Being too wild he was taken to Shelbvville jail where a jury visited him and he was sent to the any him Prohibitionists and antixnloon people of Winchester filed a petition for loci option in that city and the saloon ele ment came forward with a larger one for localoption ill the county It is thought the election will come offearly in Pecem ber though the date has not yet been set W F Mason of Louisville rushed in to the street and grabbing a live troll y wire which had fallen from its fastenings threw it to one side to save the lives of passersby He was severely burned about the hands but is not seri ously injured He was thrown about forty feet by the shock The Utopian literary society of Kings wood college in Clark county recently debated the question Resolved that Dr Cook deserves more credit than Peary in discovering the North ptle and this great question was settled in the affirma tive according to the Kingswood correspondent of the Winchester Democrat The federal grand jury is sesiion at Frankfort last week returned a large batch of indictments against Breathitt county people for using the mails to de fraud They had been ordering goods flora wholesale dealers by mailand when time came for settlement neither goods nor money could be found Bessie Blevins the t4 year old daugh ter of Mr and Mrs H D Blevins of Stepstone Bath coonty died following an operation for cancer A 20pOund tumor was removed from the stomach and another cancer was on her liver but the physician saw it was useless to remove it She lived only a few minutes after the operationIAll over Hardin eounty there is a ban ner apple crop but far so as we know the blue ribbon should go to Charley Cor bett of Stithton for raising the biggest crop Off his farm alone be shipped 1200 barrels of this luscious fruit This is enough to give every man woman and child in the county an apple and then haye plenty to spare Elizabetbtown News Morris Wilcoxen shot and killed John W Montgomery in Barren county but no motive is known Montgomery in duced Wilcox eo to pool his tobacco and after the papers were signed Montgom ery Wilcoxen and another neighbor were sitting in a room talking when Wilcoxen arose and went up stairs He returned with a shotgun and without a word of warning killed his man HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY do CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finannciolly able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDIXO KIXSAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per boUt Sold by Druggist Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Many a mans failure is due to an iucUuatiou to tab tiqga easy f Jt1 I The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been I in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of I and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one todeceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops auf Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its dge is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Dlarrhrca and WindrColic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleeps The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 1 Bears the Signature of e A The Kind You HaYe AlwaysBought In Use For Over 3O Years TN vrloorarr TT ruarrerar NtWTOHUCmT CECIL BROS Dealers tin General MerchandisezCountry Produce etc Our Fall arid Vinter Stok of goods is the most complete antI upto date of any store in town Here YOU will find Dress Goods fromoj THE BEST BRANDS OF PRINTS at 5c a yard TO SILKS AND SATEENS at 100 PER YARD OUR NOTION DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE- We have ali added a nice line o- fOZIEII COATtokeep yon warm You can alo find Trunks and Suit Cases to Hiiit you Dont fail to call and see us THE NEXT SESSION OF AZELGREENACADEMY WILL BEGIN TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 Kash Johnson RashDEALERS IN i General MerchandiseCO- UNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores r Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and 4 Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware Ac and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and qualt lor WOMEN AND MEN and sell them at the lowest margin of lit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shsof our former immense stork including in the lot some very fine ind many pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain will be sold At Cost and Carriage and Even Less i Kash Johnson ct Kash t I LLi I f I i t SSi atj4 tTV i =a J 1 IF fII IJC 5Y 7 I J 1 t I Rheumatici t Pains My mother is a great suf ferer from rheumatism and Dr Miles AntiPain Pills is the only remedy that relieves her MRS G DAVENPORT Royccfield N J The pains of rheumatism are almost invariably relieved with Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They also overcome that nervous irri I tation which prevents sleep because they soothe the nerves To chronic suffers they are invalu able When taken as directed theyrelieve the distress and save the weakening influence of pain which so frequently pros trates Many sufferers use them whenever occasion requires with the greatest satisfaction why not you They do not derange I the stomach nor create a habit Why not try them Get a pack age from your druggist Take it according to directions and if it does not benefit he will return yow money AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TOLEDOEBLAD- E TOLEDO OHIO The Best Known Newspa per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular in Every State The seventyfourth year of its existence finds the Toledo Blade wore popular than at any period of its remarkable career It is now read each week br more than a million people It field is not circumscribed br State boundaries but involves the length and breadth of the United States giving it an unquestionable right ot claim ing to be the greatest national weekly newt countryThe is distinctly a family newspaper The one object of its publishers has always been to make it fit for the Amer ican home for the fireside and of interest to every member of the family To fulfill this purpose it is kept clean auojwholesorne s The news of the world is handled in a com prehensive manner and the various departments of The Blade are edited with pains taking care The Household page is a de light to the women and children current h prtjuqice w idea of pleasing the greating number of tic scrapbookF umns are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium tor the exchange of ideas and information on farm topics No department is neglected bul every feature is taken care of with the idea I making The Blade worth many times the yearSampleTHE BLADE Toledo Ohio KILL THE COUGHI AND CURE THE LUNGS a i KingsNew Fun COUCHSPRICE Fret- AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES SATISPACTOBOB Tie WMoItcs1gr Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WITIIEBSTOON Pres W R SiHAB Cashier Paid Up Capital s 10000000 Undivided Profit 17000000 Handsome Depoilt of rover til 50000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus mess men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers its custom erseverffacilityaudthemostliberalterms banking loct2ly ci FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL i A TREES everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY P pWrite for Free Catalog7 r HOUSEDAY Hazel reen Ky lira ton 9AY Proprietor j If 6 k jJargefI I f I fI I I Il I 3 o- o t- II BylO HENRY by s So McClure Co IICopyrlghtjllm I untidyII lIJbtedIa pl ie was puffing clouds with ijreat satisfaction lie had removed his shoes and donned a pair of blue faded carpet sUppers With the morbid itblrst of the confirmed dally news jJ drinker he awkwardly folded back the pages of an evening paper eagtfrly gulping down the strong blaclj headlines to be followed as a chaser a by the milder details of the smaller type In an adjoining room a woman was cooking supper Odors from strong bacon and boiling coffee contended against the fbut plug fumes from the vespertine rIpe Outside wjis one of those crowded streets of tie east side In which as twilight falls Satan sets up his recruiting otU4A mighty host of chil dren danced and ran and played In the street Abofe the playground forever hovered a great bird The bird was known to hujmorists as the stork But the people ot Chrystle street were bet ter ornithologists They called it a vulture JJ- A little gist of twelve came up tim idly to the man reading and resting by the window find said Papa wcnt you play a game of checkers wQh me If you arent too tired T I The red haired unshaven untidy man sluing shoeless by the window answered wjth a frown Checkers No I wont Cant a man who wbrks hard all day have a little rest wfien be comes home Why dont you gj out and play with the other kids od the sidewalk The wornaja who was cooking came to the door t John sUe said I dont like for Lizzie to play in the street They learn too witch there that aint good for em Shbs been in the bouse nl day long jt seems that you might give up a little of your time to amuse her when yob come home Let her gt out and play like the rest of em If site wants to be amused said the red haired unshaven untidy man and dbnt bother me Youre on said Kid Mullaly FIt ty dollars to 25 I take Annie to the dance Put tip The Kids black eyes were snapping with the flrp of the baited and challenged He I drew out his roll and slapped flvej tens upon the bar The three or four young fellows who were thus taken more slowly produced their stake And oh whatll be done to youll be aplenty said a bettor with antici patory glee Thats ny lookout said the Kid sternly lflll em up all around Mike I After the round Burke the Kids sponge sponge holder pal mentor and grand vizier drew him out to the boot black stand ht the saloon corner where all the official and Important matters of the Small Hours Social club were settledCut that blond out Kid was his advice or therell be trouble What do you want to throw down that girl of yours fo7 Youll never find one thatll freezer to you like Liz has Shes worth a hall full of Annies Im no 4nnle admirer said the Kid dropping a cigarette ash on his polished toe find wiping It off on Tonys shoulder But I want to teach Liz a lesson She thinks I belong to her Shes been j bragging that I darent speak to another gIrL Liz Is all right In some ways Shes drinking a little too much lately And she uses lan guagethat a lady oughtnt Youre engaged aint youT asked Burke Sure WWII get married next year maybe i I saw yob make her drink her first glass of bee said Burke That was two years ago when she used to come down to the corner of Chrystle bareheaded to meet you after supper Shi was a qulc sort of a kid then and couldnt speak without blushing Shes a i little spitfire sometimes now said the Kid I hate Jealousy Thats wliyj Im going to the dance with Annie itll teach her some sense Well yoii better look a little out were Burke last words If Liz was my girl and I was to sneak out to a dance coupled up with an Annie Id want a suit of chain armor on under my gladsome rags all right Through the land of the storkvul ture wandered Liz Her black eyes searched they passing crowds fierily but vaguely NQW and then she hummed bars of fooll h little songs Lizs skirt was green silk Her waist was a large brown and pink plaid well 1 fitting and not without style She wore a cluster of rings of huge Imitation jrubies and a locket that banged her knees at the bottom of a silver chain iHer shoes were run down over twist high heels and were strangers to polish Her bat would scarcely have passed Into a flour bar rel The family entrance of the Blue Jay cafe received her Whisky Tommy she said as her elsters tarth r uptown murmur Champagne James Sure Ills Lizzie Whatll the chaser Ot beIKid been around today fWy no Mlaa TJzrie I eaWhia today haventjI j Vm da Cor wJA Lt l t the chaser had spurted under her nose Its got to me that he says hell tak Annie Karlson to the dance Let him The pink eyed white rat Im lookl for m You know me Tommy Two years me and the Kid ve been engaged Look at that ring Five humred he said It cost Let him take her to the dance Whatll I do Ill cut his heart out Another whisky Tommy- I wouldnt listen to no such reports Miss Lizzie said the waiter smooth ly from the narrow opening above his chin Kid Mullalys not the guy to throw a lady like you down Seltzer on the side Two years repeated Liz softening a little to sentiment under the magilc- Ij1of the distillers art I always used I play out on the street of evonlns I j cause there was notbln doln for meat home For a long time I just sat on I doorsteps and looked at the lights and the people gain by And then the Kid came along one evenln and sized me up and I was mashed on the spot for fair The first drink he made me takeI I I gotII aI say Tommy you ever see this Annie Karlson If It wasnt for peroxide the chloroform limit would have put her out long ago Oh Im lookln for m i You tell the Kid if he comes In Me i Ill cut his heart out Another whisky TommyA unsteadily but with watch ful and brilliant eyes Liz walked up the avenue toward the Small Hours Social club At 9 oclock the president Kid Mul laly paced upon the floor with a lady on his arm As the Loreleis was her hair golden Her yes was softened to a yah but its quality of assent was patent to the most Milesian ears She stepped upon her own train and blushed andshe smiled Into the eyes of Kid Mulluly And then as the two stood In the middle of the waxed floor the thing happened to prevent which man lamps are burning nightly In man studies and libraries Out from the circle of spectators I the hall leaped Fate in a green silk skirt under the nom de guerre of Liz Her eyes were hard and blacker that jet She did not scream or waver Most unwomanly she cried out one oath the Kids own favorite oath and In his own deep voice and then whilet the Small Hours Social club went fran tically to pieces she made good her boast to Tommy the waiter made good as far us the length of her knit I blade and the strength of her arm per mlttedLiz ran out and down the street swift and true as a woodcock flying through a grove of saplings at dusk And then followed the big citys biggest shame handed down from u long ago century of the basest barbarity the hue and cry Nowhere but in the big cities does It survive and here most of all where the ultimate perfec tion of culture citizenship and alleged superiority joins bawling In the chase They pursued a shrieking mob o fathers mothers lovers and maidens howling yelling calling whistling crying for blood Knowing her way and hungry for her surcease she darted down the fa miliar ways until at last her feet struck the dull solidity of the rotting pier And then It was but n few mor panting steps and good mother Eas river took Liz to her bosom soothe- her muddily but quickly and settled sfive minutes the problem that keep- lights burning o nights in thousand of pastorates and colleges todreamsthem visions but a vision is only a dream in blank verse I dreamed the rest of this story I thought I was in the next world and there was a great crowd of us out side the courtroom where the Judgments were going on And every now and then a very beautiful and Impos- Ing court officer angel would come out sIde the door and call another case in a loud voice- While I was considering my own wordly sins and wondering whether there would be any use of my trying to prove an alibi by claiming that I lived In New Jersey the bailiff angel came to the door and sang out Case No 09852743 Up stepped a plain clothes man there were lots of em there dressed exactly like preachers and hustling us spirits around just as cops do on earth and by the arm he dragged whom do you think Why Liz The court officer took her Inside and closed the door I went up to Mr Fly Cop and inquired about the case A very sad one says he laying the points of his manicured fingers to getheran utterly Incorrigible girl I am special terrestrial officer the Rev Jones The case was assigned to me The girl murdered her fiance and com mltted suicide She had no defense My report to the court relates the facts In detail all of which are substanti ated by reliable witnesses The wages of sIn Is death Praise the Lord The court officer opened the door and stepped out Poor girl said Special Terrestrial Officer the Rev Jones with a tear in his eye It was one of the saddest cases that I ever met with Of course she was Discharged said the court officer Come here Jonesy First thing you know youll be switched to the potpie squad How would you like to be on the missionary force In the south sea Islands hey 1 Now you quit making these false arrests or youll be trans ferredsee The guilty party youve got to look for In this case Is a red haired unshaven untidy man sitting by the window reading in his stocking feet while hIs children play In the yourIA 3 arr7 FEVERSe Neceansary In Cased of Sunstroke A clinical thermometer is probably as matter of course a household convenience in most families as is a stepladder or a broom and it is well that its use and the general sig nificance of its disclosures should be understood by those in authority but fussiness and constant resort to it and continual discussion of tem peratures are to be deplored The old fashioned way of placing the hand upon the childs body and announcing that it felt feverish or hada fever without any re gard to mathematical accuracy as to degrees and fractions worked just as well as perhaps better than the new fashioned way carried to a nervous extreme At the same time a rise of temperature always means something and it most decidedly means the calling in of a physician jif it does not go down of itself or yield to simple remedies When the temperature is taken by the mouth the thermometer should register about 987 de grees although this may vary at different times during the day inI perfectlywell people When it reg isters 99 degrees or 995 degrees the person is said to be feverish Anything below 98 degrees is sub normal and anythingover 105 degrees is called hyperpyrexia or high feverIn many cases fevers are fc sort of blessing in disguise These are the fevers caused by the toxins of bac teria of which typhoid is a type ctlgagedin advantageyapparentlywhen fight thenfever can be beaten down by the ap plication of cold and the adminis tration of drugs it is often poor practice to suppress it in this way Getting the fever down may be a momentary satisfaction but jit does nothing to help cure the underlying cause It is as ifa general should insist upon silencing his own guns At the same time the fever must be watched and kept in check be cause this sort of fight is calling for an immense outlay from the stem and a raging fever not only burns up bacteria but it feeds upoi tissue and blood gad all it can find as any one can testify who has watched or lived through a convalescence from oneWhat is true of the fever ofa germ disease is false altogether in thisfcase It is not a regiment of infantry but a conflagration and it must be putout as quickly as possible and by all 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