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Digital page images are linked to the text file. q Jaiiiti 1 iacy tS fib ld- r azel Green Herald0 Estot slied March 41 885 Made Fazsoas the Story of JraathanandHlBConttaenVby MaxOHell i =7 0 = i I SPEJCCER Owrcnx wxnCO- OFhRco DS Y rUtal MoIidelClr = h ted and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky rlcuntafnsr SIOO aYear I rin tldFancgr ttTWENTYEIGHTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 29 1913 NUMBER 13 fyaWi OHIO l KENTUCKY R R Time Table May 1913 SOUTH BOUND I jIDail Y DiJy ti STATIONS Sarday- 1d LvAM Li 5LibertyIndex 11 32 ii i 03WeJeII I Lewis 30hdtie Stacy ranEr F orkII F I f Helechawa 3227 E Lee City 12 S3 y 4g Rose Fork- Baraptoa 1 41 i I W L MI 9 j W51hcrst I04 99VaccIne 108 t 5 Frozen a 115 9 ii OA K Jnsstioz 1 32 9 Jae son tt 1 40- Arrlrf it P M 01y i Dally r r NORTH EOLVD I IDailyesDavj f3 STATIONS I nndavyi r I PM ArlPllA AM A Licking Riveti j 1 10 i 7 0 i Liberty RCILIIndex 12 JG I I 7 29 12S 7 22 MaloaeII i Lewis l lCanev i 12 30k 704 i Cannel City 1210 650 7 00 Adele 12 00 GIO I Lee Helechawa City 119 1154 I 16 28 rI Rote Fork 11 oJ2 21 Hampton 11 30 i 6 Cu 11 5 E9iiWilbllrsti Trozen Vancleve 11 11 24II 15 J5 H 0 ei K auction 107 529 Jacibcu 105 I 50 I j I Sun ILYIILeavesI I IAMLT Soodar DIy ex In addition to the above Sunday train will leave Jsckwin ut 51C p 111 mike eon cectiou at O A K Junction with L i E I train Xo 2 and run to JUckinc KiTtr art I riving thereat 723 pm sad wJ then re j 4 4 carnteet80ptrM I Cen1 Jl11Iu I C F The Boy Who Saves His Money Today Will be the big BUSINESS Nan of Tonorrow We therefore urge every working boy in Wolfe county to start an cc count now with the llnzELGiE BfiK Oar bank is your Halt Lets en- joyj the- belefits rThe man who prepares himself for the rainy day wont be left out in the cold THE HAZEL GREEN BANK B H PATTON Cashier- ED F CECIL Pr ldent 1100 will now pay for a subscrip tion to THE HAZEL GREEN 1 l HERALD 8 pagesall the newsfor 12 monthsI I and at this old price we h should add 500 names i in 60 days Send your Lnameand 100 t day JI sn 1 IL Kentuckys Consolidated Schools HILDREN are very much like their parents They do enjoy a good time C with veryfewcongenial how purple of their own age In any one room schoolhouse ionwhip and often drop out of school for uo other reason In fact it is not at all mineral tc overhear conversatiMim like the following Whats the matter You aint going to stop school Yes Im goln to top Im post fifteen But you aint through school yet Noj I know J vGREENDALE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL ofdttleyoungsterrtagginIf parents would only quetttion their children of school age carefully they would soon gain their individual viewpoint The clnjds viewpoint may noti ATHLETICS MAYSLICK CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL MASON CO be well takeu but nevertheless it is his or her viewpoint and therefore UM value It IB always good policy to SUGAR COAT EVERY EDUCATIONAL PILL The small school can never afford the pleasure and the exhilaration which large numbers of children of the same school age can give The big consolidated schools tire particularly strong in this hold upon the older piipllo counJry CpODdence Lexre Locals John H Rose wife and daughter Angeline and Coon Arnett and wife of Hazel Green were visiting the tatters brother A B James and wife Sunday Mies Miranda Spencer of Mala ga is sponding a few days with her sister Mrs Willte Little Aunt Juda Wills is still in a very critical condition j no better Mrs Willie Mapel who has been very sick for the past two weeks is now some better Mrs Floyd Hollon spent Tues day with her grandmother Aunt Juda Wills Aunt Polly James of the Lick branch spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs J H Trimble I Hazel Green IEctCllJI Mrs Clfcik Cecil Lou Ward Lala l Evans Clemma Lacy James Lacy E A Johnson and Lillian Join son among them I Miss Nancy Sample of Hazel I 1teen iB s eiidiug a few days wit h homefolk on this creek- S I J E Mrs JH Trimblonas been eri sick for a few days Misses Nannie and Eva Bcch anan of Stillwater were guests of Misses Zfla and Ruth Childers on Sunday Mrs N G Maloney has teen quite sick for the past week with something like la grippe Mrs J P Rose accompanied by her little granddaughter Virginia Smith spent Sunday afternoon at the home of W S Trimble Misses Mollie and Grace Lacy Rave a social to the young folks of this creek Saturday night Floyd Halsey who is logging for E M Russell on Busy branch spent Sunday witn home fclhs on Murphy fork J G Trimble went to the head of Red river on business Saturday J G Trimble sold a nice horse colt to Willie Hampton far 50 May 26 BERTIE CASTORIAI Per Infants aid Chilcrec The Kind You Have Always Bought Eears the f XJ 5oV Signature olJ TE C 1 I Stillwater Sparkles- As wet weather has put farmers behind in work corn hoeing is the I order of the day here I G W Buchanan and daughter Myrtle are visiting the formers brother Alex of Menifee county who is very low with dropsy Clifford nneey was iin this sec Lion today trying bib luck in bejPJ He is frhnstling trader J C Barker of this place filled his appointment at Meadow branch Sunday G T Center made a business trip to Lexington one day latt jj week returning Saturday rt 0 B Linkous made a bueinU1i trip to Valeria one day last we V J R Hollon ard G W Lovelace are this week gathering wool for the Riverside mills Frank Cecil spent Saturday night I with Harold Barker and they both visited Holly Sunday of course te see their best girls Candidates are hustling around and about for signers to their peti tions as it takes most all the voters to sign There will be work at this place at once as the Pipe Line company is going to build a power house on the S C ROEO faYm and the Moun tain Oil Co is looking for the we I on the M E OHair farm to comet in at any hour and hoping for ji good one ns it has been a hard cne i to drill JJ D Edwtrds and1 Willie Rote j two of our hustling traders came i from court one day last week and bought some sheep and cows before i they got home Of course the boys are in good May 30 heartIMiddle Cillmore Midgets Unclo Charles Fallen who has been sick for sometime is no better at present Montie Gose of Salem was visiting her grandmother Aunt Frankie Kasb Sunday Ronnie Gibbs and wife and John Childers and wife were visiting the lattere parents C C Gillespie and I wife of Consolation Saturday night and SundayII Mrs Emma Wilson of Red river i WitS visiting her parents Hollis Gibbs and wife Sunday Tip Ferguson visited his father inlaw Rev Leander Lacy of Adele SundayMrs Curtis Wilson was visiting her parents Holly Carpenter and GraS6ySatur1dsy her mother Mrs Martha Gilley of Grassy who is dangerously ill of dropsy of the heart May 27 Cow BOY Most Prompt aid Effectual Care for Bad Colds When you have a bad cold you want a remedy that will not only give relief but effect a prompt and permanent cure a remedy that is pleasant to take a remedy that con ii tains nothing injurious Chamberlains Cough Remedy meets all I these requirements It nets an na tares plans relieves the lunge aids expectoration opens the Secretions and r5tcrfi the system to a healthy c1tl + This remedy has a world wti sreduse and cnn always I be depended upon Sold lhit dealers AdvertiseseitI d lI r lLjr IA INervous Woman Finds Relief FroIDSuffenng Women who suffer from extreme J r nervousness often endure much t- suffering before finding any relief fMrs Joseph Snyder of Tiffin 0pha- d such an experience regarding Jiwhich she says e 1Ix aonth tglas Icafael 5th 1 nut sIn Ing spells a coW r clammy feeling ifcould net stand t li c slightest nole At times I would almost fly to piece stomach very I1Ios band rritfd Get my faking Dr ices NtrvJm nd I began to unpievc Uforo I bad finished the tint battle I unto I was entirely curd x I WIJS JOSEPH SNYDER I 2t2 Hudson St TWln OhicA Many remedies arc recommended for diseases of the nervous system that fail to produce results because they do not reach the scat of the trouble Dr Miles Nervine hasTLproven its value in such cases so X many times that it is unnecessary to make claims for it You can prove its merits for yourself by getting a bottle of your druggist who will return the price if you receive no benefitsMILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind t Demund Doings DEM CM KY May 26 To the Editor ofr HE HrUALDll Dear Sir Will yen civi in your paper for my Ititer pacffTHE HEKUD is a nFr + tcr in one home fverv vrtk Eaci one wans to to be the first to rend it Your scribe was at the Gretey J fork of Bltckwater aldayat the church where there was a large well behaved crowd Elder W P Hahey end others preached some very interesting sermons in the morning and at 3 oclock in tho afternoon a large crowd mf at the 4 Uncle Logan Murphy graveyard and hold service there While we were there the news camo that John Hail was dying yesterday naming at Maytown What has become of Uncle Sam 1 the poet We would like to hear from him we are always glad to read his wit H D Bestffedicine for Colds a druggist recommends a 1When for colds throat and lung troubles you can feel sure that be knows what he is talking aboutjC Lower druggist of Marion 0 writes of Dr Kings New Discovery I know Dr Kings New Die oovery is the best throat and lung medicine I sell It cured my wife j of a severe bronchial cold after nil other remedies failed It win do ibe same for you if you are n ing with a cold or P 6ronc throat or lung cough Keep a bpt tie on hand all the time for eveajfk 3 one in the family to use It ilJtJ home doctor Price 50o arid 1Q Guaranteed by all dealers A6 Imperial Hotel Boraei The Imperial Hotel at Jac was burned to the ground SundiKJ1 morning about 3 30 oclock No one was burned or injured but nothing was saved The Imperial was erected abon- I fifteen years ago and wee the neat I lllargest hostelry in Jackson It wna I owned by Sewell Williams of Bathe I countv Up until abcnt a month1 ego Ue Imperial was conducted by I John Fraley formerTy f T sng4 I ton who removed fro n Jarlen to 1- Wut Ierty to cngrgein the oiL tusices r w t FF tf t t YA 4I V j t Y- ll7f Hazel Green Herald SPENCER COOPER Proprietor HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY Starve the fly Is much the better slogan Every baseball team IB a pennant winner Just now Women will wear smaller hats but hats are not sold by the square foot New Yorks spring cleaning will cost 28000 It will be dirt cheap at that Announcement of the centenary of gooddiey 1117 ioman need be det iiddof pride aJ090 trousers ccc Even a person without much other culture may point proudly to his appendicitis scar A California man Is breeding striped rats but what kind of liquor he Is using is not stated There are no new names to call the umpire of course but then there are always new umpires No wonder the man who gave his wife thirty hats failed to win her love considering the styles The simplified spelling board Is go- Ing right on simplifying words that refuse to be simplified There Is reason to think that those Zeppelin airships are dangerous con trivances to those on board Our respect for China Is consider ably enhanced by the Information that the Chinese do not eat chop suey Archaeologists announce that Egypt fought a money trust 4000 years ago And look at what happened to Egypt V There be those who maintain that It Is cheaper to treat yourself to grape fruit every day than to pay doctor bills Egypt had graft scandals a Oertll Icn system and lots of other things including gestures that cannot be Iml lsted- 1lto Th suggestion has been made to have the man given away too at urddinptt If coyly done it will be a triumph It may be true that music makes balr grow on bald heads despite the fact that Richard Wanner wore a skullcap As for rabbits turtles guinea pigs etc Inoculation with some form of seam seems to be the badge of all the tribe A dispatch says lobsters are to have state protection Tis well to protect some lobsters for proper an nihilationAn advises girls to wear hat plnless hats to make a hit with men The advice is so shrewd as to be fairly diabolical Wife of a millionaire eloped with a butches Probably had extravagant tastes and wanted meat three or four times a day An eastern woman claims she would rather be very thin than otherwise At least she takes a broad outlook of the situation According to a Chicago professor clothes are worn primarily for orna= ment Then how floes he account for the derby hat t le ounced that a new VeYasquei pottait has been dlscov Bred in London But it Is not announo td who painted it In China the breaking of a cup means an oath of brotherhood In an American restaurant it means one from the proprietor What has become of the oldfash toned man who used to write to the that woman a newspapers to say sphere Is at homeY Boston college girls propose organ- Izing a chain of dont wed clubs but membership will be limited say the Limited to girls over sixty New York It is reported has an overabundance of apartment houses and confidence game workers Sort and sharps as Itflatsof too many were lot of poor shots There must be a Dispatch says thatworldin the old who el ht out of every ten noblemen fortunebhuntersL iI foethe Ilast resting place of our Civil war heroes none is more heavily banked I with flowers on Decora tion day than the tomb of Gen John A Logan This remembrance would IfexplainablefjI Ithe commander of the L Army of the Tennessee was not only one of the foremost military lead ers of the Union army but was ex cep lonally popular with his soldiers Inureeach recurring holiday without any j depyidence whatever upon expressions generationItlve quite aside from this common patriotic Impulse which goes to ex i plain this exceptional floral tribute to General Logan and which makes it stem especially appropriate This is j found In the fact all too often over t looked that General Logan was the i founder of Memorial day as we ob serve it in the present era The claim I lis made apparently with perfect war t that the fundamental idea of I Memorial day originated in the south where a number of kindhearted wom en Inaugurated immediately after the close of the war the prictlce of devot InK some chosen day in the spring to the decoration with flowers of the graves of the fallen soldiers Federal and Confederate alikei i To General Logan though belongs the credit of establishing Decoration day in May as a definite fixed annual event of uniform observance in the great majority of the states of the Union There had been no general celebration and no fixed date until In i I 186S General Logan then acting as commander tnchief of the Grand Army of the Republic took the Initiative and Issued an order fixing May 30 as the I date for the annual Memorial day ex ercises and calling upon every G A R II post in the country to engage in fit ting ceremonies and scatter tokens of I regard over the last resting places of their former comrades In arms I It Is predicted that ere many years there will be general adoption throughout i the country of the practice already introduced in some places of reading In connection with every Memorial day program the original order of General Logan instituting this event which has become such an important one on our calendar Such a plan would of course follow the example of the general custom of reading the Declaration of In dependence in connection with Fourth July exercises For the present 1 1of General Logans recognition this connection consists in special services at his tomb and as has been O ulained an exceptional profusion of towers many of the latter In the form of elaborate designs suggestive of notable events in his military career The last resting place of General Logan Is admirably chosen with refer ence to opportunities for keeping green the memory of this fiery warrior The body of General Logan lies In a handsome private vault occupying the most prominent place In the na tional cemetery connected with the United States Soldiers home near Washington D C Among the thou sand inmates of the home are a number who fought under General Logan and naturally It is a work of love for them to see to It that his tomb bears evidence of the undying admiration of his boys of half a century ago At the Soldiers Home cemetery the veterans do most of the scattering of flowers on Decoration day there not being sufficient children on hand as a rule to place blossoms on so many graves But the posies which the soldiers carry to the Logan tomb are by no means the only ones that come thither on this festival of remembrance Floral designs are sent fromI 1 RESTING PLACEof fOJI3DF of- J1JEIORIALASfJ I i i G A R posts and patriotic organiza tions In variousparts of the country and particularly from Illinois which state General Logan represented In the United States senate after the close of his military career The fact that General Lo- gana lust resting place is a vault thereby providing a shelter for elab orate floral pieces has also seemingly had an Influence in inspiring this form of tribute The vault is constantly filled with such pieces Including representations of flags corps budget and other military Insignia Some of those to be seen are fashioned from fresh flowers but the walls of the vault are covered with permanent wreaths and other memorials fashioned from artificial flowers i lat closelyI counter felt natures moat delicate products in appearance The Logan toAb IH near the main entrance to the cemetery and is approached through a massive monu- ii mental gateway the white pillars of witch bar the names of a number of the republics military heroes lie side the vault as though standing guard over it is an old war cannon and a few steps beyond the visitor enters a labyrinth of low hedge form ed from the sweet scented box The principal exercises are held on the morning of Memorial day In a natural amphitheater formed by the wooded slope which descends at the rear of the Logan vault The speak ers occupy a rostrum conforming in its memorial pillars to the architecture of the gateway already mentioned and the orator of the day never fails to make reference to the cemeterys most distinguished occupant and the part he played in giving to the nation one of its most significant holidays Fol lowing the general program special services are held at the Logan vault these services being as a rule In charge of either the Grand Army of the Republic of which organization General Logan served for three terms as commander inchief or one or an other of the associations made up of natives of the state of Illinois TheI place of honor at these services Is al- waysj accorded to Mrs John A Logan the widow of the general Persons who have visited the Logan tomb in the past and who return I for this years Memorial day will find one Important exercisesII surroundings Occupying a site just across the road and overlooking the t I tomb there has lately been completed the largest and most Important bulldi Ing of the United States home Grant hall as the SoldiersII ture has been named In honor of the Union leader Is splendid marblej a structure that will cost with Its furnishings i I close to one and onehalf I million dollars It isdeslgned for inmates of the home and a large pro I bigIIIthei floral tokens banked behind Its Iron gates It ma perhaps strike the reader as 1 1aIi trifle odd that there should be need of a new building to enlarge the quar ters of a soldiers home whereas the old soldiers In the national and state homes In all parts of the United States i are rapidly responding to their last u rollcall The explanation of the sit nation at the Institution on the heights beyond Washington Is found In the j j I absolutelyjii In our land Whereas the other homes are supported by the national or state governments havens for volunteer jj veterans principally of the Civil war when overtaken by ill health or advancing sears the institution where General Logan sleeps is Intended only for enlisted men who served in the regular army and without regard to which war they saw service tnor for that matter whether they saw service in any war Not only has tils home no connec tion with any of the volunteer homes national or state but It receives no aN proprlation from the government being wholly maintained by the enlisted men of the regular army who ecu tribute to Its support out of their pay on much the same theory that a man invests In life insurance This IE the forerunner of all the soldiers homes now scattered across the country from Virginia to California having been established ten years before the outbreak of the Civil war That the hone Is a decidedly prosperous Institution may be inferred from the fact that it has several million dollars to ItsII credit In the United States treasuryII and Its buildings largely marble are set in grounds compris ing more than 500 acres of beautiful land that cost about onethird of a million dollars and Is maintained as a park with recreation grounds pa vilions where band concerts are held and ten miles of graded macadamized roads winding through selected groves of native and foreign trees and high open ground that commands splendid views of the capital city A man must have seen 20 years ol service In the regular army ere he IIs entitled to a home in this institution unless mayhap he has been disabled by wounds or disease in the service and in the line of duty He must also be honorably discharged from the army before he can admitted to the home so that all the inmates of the Institution are civilians Marching past the Logan vault on Memorial day one may see Inmates of home who have served anywhere from 20 to 30 years in the regular army Their ages rmge all the way from twentyfour to ninety but more than half of all the veteran are between the ages of sixty and ninety Several score of these old warriors saw service In the war with Mexico whereas con slderably more than 300 of them par ticipated In the Civil war Automatic Water Finder No thoroughly reliable automatic water finder has yet been discovered A peculiarly designed magnetic needle has been employed for years but Is by no means Invariably successful One designer has employed electricity Iin connection with magnetism in the form he not quite correctly designated galvanism but his results have met with much criticism It Is wiser not to depend upon any of the advertised mechanical water or mineral finders so far as to make financial Investment In them at this stage of our knowl edge of the subject IIAeroplane Frightens Grouse been made on the grouse moors in the Glenesk district of Forfarshlre Scotland that the grouse fly away at the noisy approach of an aeroplane and it Is feared that j there will be a great migration of birds The military authorities state that the experience of aviators elsewhere is that the birds will become accustomed to the presence and noise ofthe areoplanes and thenceforward i wll tot migrate t r Helping the Little Fellow The United Shoe Machinery Cots pany is the only real obstacle to the formation of a shoe trust We help the small manufacture to start In business and Keep going He could not afford to buy and care for his ma themIwe give him based the number of shoes he makes onIIaverage of less than 2 23 cents a and let us keep them up to date That Is a fair arrangement Some of the big fellows dont like our system because they think we ought to give them special rates But the little fel lows stand with us because they know we treat all manufacturers alike no matter how many machines they use If it were not for our methods of doing business there would be no small fac tortes anywhere and no prosperous factories in small towns The United Shoe Machinery Co Boston MassAdv- e1 Easy Marks Some men havent any more caution when they happen to get a lit tle money than to show it to the family JCuw York Press Frc h uiily Mrs Anatinn Iig Buckwheat now ou band at your grocers Adv Shows Webster Wasnt I looked up the word dictionary says Mr Infalliblejjfind It Is marked bbs lete Noah Webster was right aboutra great many things but he never lived alongside the urchins next door to me Rival Punsters Can February March No but April May was the replyiLook here old man yours out of June Don t July about It It is not often that one gets the better of your August personage Ha now you think that you have me Noctober And then there was work for the- coroner 1 f Diplomatic Team Cricket was introduced into a cer tain district of India by a clergyman from England who hoped that the game would foster a manly spirit All went well according to the author of A Little Tour In India the boys be f came keen and a match was arranged I with a neighboring school Then the clergyman gave his team 15 rupees 480 to spend on new bats or whatever would be most useful When the day came the team turned 11out for the match full of quiet eonnrdence but with all their old accouter menus Why asked the padre what have you done with those 15 rupees I gave you Well sir said the cap tain we thought It beat to spend It all on the umpire They won Autocratic Englishmen One of the reasons why English Is expected to become a world wide lan guage Is that English people refuse to learn another For Instance at Mus cat at the entrance to the Persian gulf there lived for many years an English man supposed to be the only or al mctl the only British resident on the 1500 miles of Arabian coast line from Aden to Kowelt It would seem that he could hardly have escaped knowing Arabic Yet he confessed that he could not speak a dozen words of that language But how do you carryon your trade some one asked Oh he replied the beggars have got to learn English MORE THAN EVER Increased Capacity for Mental Labor Since Leaving Off Coffee Many former coffee drinkers have mental work to perform day whoIer day have found a better capacityYand greater endurance by using Post j um instead of coffeo An Ills Woman writesI drank coffee for about twenty years and finally had what the doctor called coffee heart I was nervous and extremely despondent had little 11 rkidneyThe first noticeable benefit derived from the change from coffee to Postum was the natural action of the kidneys and bowels In two weeks my heart t action was greatly Improved and my l nerves steady I Then I became less despondent and i the desire to be active again showedIi proof of renewed physical and rIstrength and brain power I formerly did mental work and had to give It up on account of coffee but since using r Postum I am doing hard mental labori I with less fatigue than ever before Name given by Postum Creek Mich CoDattleII Postum now comes in trated form called Instant Is regular Postum BO processed at the I factory that only the soluble portions are retained A spoonful of Instant Postum with hot water and sugar and cream to r l 1 taste produce Instantly a delicious i beverageWrite for the little book The Road U Wellville Theres a Reason for Iostum 1 W i f II I fi 1 I rrrr Ii IitiT yrJ 1 L p 4- t ftfj1ff HOW A BIG TIRE AND RUBBER COMPANY TAKESI I i CARE OF EMPLOYEES Provides Beautiful Homes at Cost Rent Applying on Purchase SCALE OF WAGES CONSTANTLY INCREASING I I C Untrained Men and Women Earn Amazing Wages i After Few Weeks of Service2OOOJJ More to Find Employment I By D R HINCKLEY i When the Goodyear Tire and Rubber T Company Akron Ohio has completed two new factory addition it is how theII ing its working force will be Int to SOuO and places will be made forI 2GJO more wurkrra The additions will facItoryI t These figures are used to graphically tuniiuarlze the jtruwth of Coodyear from nothlnK In 1t to the lat single cum ff pang In the world rngaKed In rubber j mniifuctiire today Akron Ohio with Its doan odd rubber factories anil other Industries la recoK tilzed the country over us an Indus i trial marvel Its population has grown from less than 11 to nearly IfOOOc j In twenty years More than half of Akron a heads of fanillles are home own 1 era The rubber Industry stimulated liy I the enormous demand for tires for auto mobiles ami othei motor vehicles has crown by leaps and hounds and Akron has grown with It building up a busy city out of a village and taking a commanding place In American Industry Akron pays a mlllTon and H half dollars a month In wages The average monthly wage earnel by Goodyear employes In cluding men women and apprertlces for IennploysII Goodyear Company d that- the average for 1913 will be still higher How Mr Seiberlinff Favors Factory Workers Some Important problems have been worked out In the Immense Akron fac tortes F A Helherling President of the- GOOe3r Company believes that every family should he enabled to own Its home Mr JSclberllng has the reputation of living up to his beliefs and In this matter he has mAle no exception This Is whit Mr Belberltng did t The Goodyear plant lies at the eastern edge of the city Mr Selberlliv purchased 4jO acres of land at farm prices Thus I he had platted Into lots then streets were laid out then trees were planted and a small lake within the allotment he gave with Its grounds to the cityas a perk and playground j Then Mr Sellxrllnc asked for plans for s or I housesfiguring on groups df 100 houses at a time The plans soon followed The first hundred houses are to be built at once as oon as spring opens The homes will range up and down In price and Inelegance but all of them will be modern beautiful and really homey Contracting for houses by the hundred obtain a rock bottom prfce Protection Against Hail I The French government is encourag iI lug experiments with a new device to protect against hall essentially a very large lightning rod of pure copper fblch la claimed to affect atmospheric Jelectricity form so that hall stoats cannot tt D tef+ 3 Who Will Own These Homes These hotiHfs cr to go to Goodyear workmen at actual coat farm land cost for the lut uinl pro rata rust for hoiims contracted In 100 lots The workman aim ply ioveB Into the house of his choice and pays the equivalent of rent the rent In thin case applies on the purchase of home In tn years a Ooodyettr man ucciiMomeii to paying rent gilds hiII the ownership of a beautiful modern almost without knowing It certainly ItwillItI their home Is their own Of the four hundred and fifty acres of I land purchased every acre Is available Jor the Goodyear family allotment All the land will be developed as the IPlOanI1 grows and the beautiful hillsides andIvalleys Pant of the Goodyear plant WillI soon be dotted with homes I want every Goodyear workman to have his own home says President I1Selberllng who has personally tirade thelII enormous Investment necessary to develop I the allotment titan I realize Hint It IsI often an uphill struggle for the worker I obtain 8 home of his own especially IfIhas rent to pay at the same time My I Ito is to convert the rent Into home and to provide the homes at cost My pay Its a plain matter of business Home owners are fomented end make better workmen The man who cnn and will settle down to paying for a home has more character and ability than fhe man without ambition So the work man and Company both prom by the transaction The plan as worked out will mean a raving for men who buy homes that rangeII from S vi to Cono according to Cf this louse This saving Is based upon regular Akron real estate prima I tNo Occupational Diseases Goodyear factory buildings are modern with plenty of light pure cold drinking water ample sanitation and forking con ditions as agreeable as moey and care can make them There art no occupa tional diseases In the ruober Industry Men of skill earns 350 to JSCO a day Rxpert tire makers are developed In from four to six weeks Iluadreds of men front small towns untrained unaccustomed to- Y ages greater than 3110 per day have come to the Goodyear plant and soon enabled themselves to earn from J3SO to SIAO All these things have contributed ta Akrons unique Industrial position In 107 when financial difficulties spread over the country the Akron rubber fac Safeguarding Life and Limb t German society of electricians has offered a costly gold medal to be awarded annually for the best device or process produced In any country rdlng life or limb or pro rooting heaftn In the electrical Indus ty bet8m1knownout a panic Tie slogan of the local i ClmnilT of Ciimiiierce Is Akitin Tire City of Opportunity t A Few Welfare Features Here aix a few noteworthy features of i modern factory intiiagffuent as worked out by the G4MHlyeMr Mdminlslratlve force nefrlgerii ttil well water piped through out the factory An efficient in pllal with doctor and- Iralned fosses to look after the general health of workers sod slve prompt treat I ment to Injuries however slight- A i factory Lunch tonm Hcvomtnodatlng IEV At one time where good substantial i food Is soldar actual cost An efficient and welfare department to assist l 2lmieiv to see that men aII the work fur which they are Iwst adapted I to look Into Krloviincrv and see that they I are adjusted on a hIis of fair dealing for the inert as well as for the manage ment This deimrtnietit under the direc lion of Mr C It Johnson has done won ders III biilldimc up Go tlyenr spirit mid welding Goodyear workers Into a real fancily with a loyalty to the Company that wltlstands almost any crisis Employment BureauIIn the bureau of etnpHyinent red tape Is dts eiitl with as far as 1blp lion est of purpose IsI the chief leilntlal And attracted by ctMd wages good healthful work and wonderful chances for the future workers everywhere who want to tlo better are IiMiklng toward Akron the city of opportunity JlIlkatln both written and In person Row experts front apprentice from wen and from women are pouring IIall to be carefully considered by Mr Johnson Yet s-0 many art the stations to be fllied mid so many are the kinds of work tn be done that the positions Irate scartely beguu to be need These recent developments have made Goodyear stand out as n notable example of modern methods of management On the whole the GoodyeHr Family Is a happy family It has already attracted experts and apprentices from all over the country and now theres roost for = 0oi more Contentment Is aPrri on every face the strike which affected Ooodyear least of all li settled peace and prosperity now prevail among the Goodyear workers And all with the result that the tire output of the Goodyear factory Is the largest In the world And about the tire business other lines of rubber manufac ture are being built up to give the great Akron factory H balanced product Adv Metamorphosis last month Jones suggested my go- Ing Into a moneymaking scheme with himAnd did you embrace the opportu nltyYes and soon found that I was hugging a delusion I 11 IS WISE LEGISLATION WORKING OF UNDERWOOD TAR IFF WILL BENEFIT COUNTRY American Manufacturers Second to None Are Sure to Rise to the Oc caslon and Maintain the Nations Supremacy That the American manufacturer spurred by a competitive tariff tc greater activity to retain control ol his home market will Increase hit efficiency to such an extent that he will make new trade conquests abroad is the prediction of the Democratic members of the house ways and means committee who framed the Un dtrwood tariff bill The report signed by the fourteen OHinurratic members of the committee lids beer presented to the house ill1 estimate that for Jhnflrtl tUc it- fnr following the passage of the bill tin receipts of the government will tit less than the disbursements by i7 000 To meet this deficit the IKOMII lax has been framed and it la stjhiattd the revenue from this tax VMI b 70125- 000Acg to the committees esti ii s the customs revenue from the I Mlci wood bill will be = 37896000 less than the customs receipts from the- tayn law in 1912 It Is estimated that the chemical flll of the new bill will produce JivmU aa against J1223U742 in tin Ia ne law the earthenware sched talll w7Iw0 as against Jll156221 metal schedule 15549000 as against JliHII wood schedule 898000 us aaunt S3042S34 sugar schedule JltavuM as against 50951000 to bared schedule 26002000 as against i23710u0 agricultural schedule 21 rTnOii as against 34146000 spirits fi is7go as against 17409000 cot on 111237000 as against 11085000 ilax letup and jute 15977000 as ifttiiirii J 9052000 wool 12744000 as amt 7072000 silk 16212000 as against J136H5000 pulp and paper 2957000 as against 4386000 sun aria ias against 326 91111111Iaverage from the present Payne law to theI Iuderuuod bill by schedules are as follows Chemicals from 25 to 10 per cent earthenware 50 to 33 metals 34 too uood I12 to 3 sugar 4S to S3 agricultural 29 to 16 spirits 839 to v3Ju cotton 45 to 30 flax 45 to 2t wofl 1 to ISsilks 51 to 44 pulp iiiid paper 21 to 11 Increases To tKUio 2 to S5 sundries 24 to 33 It Is stlmated the amount of dutl able importations under the bill would increase in value from 759209915 to 57HS + 5Cooo The average duty under ih Iayne law Is 4012 per cent as- a allUl an estimated average duty un Inr the Indtrwood bill of 2960 per- CEnt t iiuVr the Income tax law It Is estl natfii that 425000 Incomes including corporations as well as Individuals Kilt b taxable The greatest amount of revenue according to the calcula lions will he derived from Incomes within the range from 25000 to 100 ltti Over 100 Incomes taxable at 1- per fent as well as 1 2 and 3 per rear surtaxes are included in the chtUilllg The income from the tax on these- anmeuP ituomes will bring in all told 820000 The committee estimates that 16000 Incomes between Mowi and 5000 will be subject to he I per rent tax yielding 530000 According to the estimates however Ithe greatest number of taxable in ioiiies will be In the range of 5000 lo 10000 These will yield to the government If the expectations of the committees calculators are borne out by experience 5340000 Do Away With Monopoly There id no question that In the pat there has been an undue protection which has fostered monopoly and thlt there have been Instances of fa oritism which were almost criminal- If the Democratic leaders In their re arrangement of the tariff schedules go no further than to make an equitable distribution of the burden of taxation and abolish extortionate duties thus relieving the people without closing my factory doors the distress of 1893 will not be repeated and the Democratic party can remain In power Indefinitely I I IProtected Workmen Not Afraid While the unbridged and perhaps uubrldgable gap between Republicans and Progressives Is the obvious primary cause of the Democratic victory In the thirteenth Massachusetts con gress district It is right for President Wilson to congratulate and to be congratulated on that triumph It shows that his popular mandate Is as strong as ever It shows that the old protection bugbears cannot frighten the workmen in certain protected Indus tries whose protection Is cut off or cut down by the Democratic tariff bill of ma c 4 t FOLEYKlDNEYt1 I Make the Liver Do its DutyN- ine Ji1 times in ten when the Uver to I right the stomach and bowels are right CARTERS LITTLE LIVER PILLS ientlybutfinnlycompel do its duty- Cures Sick digestion tipation In Ces Headache Distress Altar 7IPILL DOSE SMALL PUCK j Genuine must bear Signature F 4 IJ ONEIOf BOURBON POULTRY COrdown a chicks throat cure thedrinking 4P- h4 prevents cholera dlarrboea Y OnMe p ataSampleeases of Fowls sent FHKB r141 Ii Bourbon Remedy Ce Uxtcfts IT rr SPECIAL TO WOMEN 1Do you realise the fact that thousand of wotpen are now using 1 A Soluble Aatkeptk Powder as a remedy for mucous membrane at fections such as sore throat nasal os pelvic catarrh Inflammation or ulcers tlon caused by female IIII1T Women who have been cured say It Is worth iA ill Its welghlln gold Dissolve In water jlydlarecommended Paxtlne in their private V correspondence with women v For all hygienic and toilet uses It hat no equal Only EOc a large box at Drug tgists or sent postpaid on receipt of price The Paxton Toilet Co Boston Mass e GOOD DIGEST firIS THE BEST SAFEGUARD AGAINST IALL BODILY DISORDERS THEBESTSAFEGUARDtf2 r I FOR A GOOD DIGESTION IS I Thoroughly Ventilates What you need most said the t s physician after be had examined the patient Is plenty of ventilation Gee doctor the sick man replied you must be mistaken Ive been operated on three times In the last year and a half To Mother In This Town Children who are delVttte feverish and crop will net Immediate rltr from Mother Ora7e Sweet Powders fur Chlldron They cleans the stomach art on the liver and are recom mended for complaining children nlaa ant remedy for worms tsed by Mothers fob 12 yon At all Drucilsts 2Sc Sainpl FRKB Address A 8 Olmitvd L Roy N T Adv h Church on Historic Site St Albans church london which occupies the site in Brook street ot the thieves kitchen described In OH ver Twist is to celebrate its fiftieth i year of existence on June 22 From the date of Its foundation it has had the faithful Father Stanton watch Ing over its destiniesrs w Fresh supply Mrs Austin Bag Buckfwheat now on hand at your grocers Adv When you know bow a man prays you know what kind of a God he be Iteves in Mra Wlnnlowa Soothing syrup for caudre teething softens the gums reduced tnflamntI JoDallajs pln cures wind colce c a bottli Many a man gets a reputation of be ing a good fellow when he Is going to the bad 1uaj To Wom- ffBroken Down 3I5 Its from buslnsra 3 Vibouaboldi S chiMbserins you need a Bestermtfro 5 Tonic and SUoatbetvtnt Nerrtas- jSI and RsgolatcrIeI = Dr Piercess Y Favorite Prescription r- I ncamsodsd M larch harlnc beaII osaipoaedd to act to haze r I tin saLodYrrPii l4WIiM wtdttt Y- y 1 x IlF t- l q I4tl t 1r1i t I n crTHE HERALD I I1 Entered at tile Hazel Greta Ky Poet t offlce a11 Second C1an Utter t SPENCER COOPER EDITOR HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY MAY 99 1913 I I T F STAMPED FOR JAILER I II Iu todays issue of our paper i3 sue anct cac ni9nt of T F Stam r Sre of Gaoigipu wlo aspires to i the rinse Of jailer of Wolfe coon 1 tty Frank Ptamper u toj weH 1 c u and intimately idnt1 dii with toFI i iehas served the people aa Depu ty Sheriff and as Sheriff for two 1 erma and in his whole official ca I reer he was uniformly courteous to all citizens with whom he had business albeit he enforced the law when duty demanded it and lie did it without fear or favor His Democracy is unquestioned l for aside from his official career he has always been a subscriber toii TIlE HERALD which shows thatII be is willing to support the pBrJyii3 organ both morally and materiallyd He is well fitted for Jailer because he served a term in that capacity to the entire satis faction of the people His record both as Sheriff and Jailer is good as good indeed as any official I J J in Kentucky Speakingjof him asc I i an officer a Democratic voter in this precinct a few days ago made I Ij waslIrtr c uniformly courteous moreover as i i t j Jailer and as Sheriff he proved to be absolutely fearless And thisII opinion is voiced by voters all over the county And aside from these J t commendable characteristics as an r official Frank Stamper has many A K good traits as a private citizen He f is ever ready to accommodate a K friend as the writer can vouch for N 1 In divers occasions when we have been in Campton he has extended little courtesies that stamped him as thoughtful and true To sum up the situation we say without disparagement to any ether aspirant i that if the Democrats nomi nate him at the August primary I and elect ham iu November which is an assured sequence of his nom I ination not a citizen of the county I will ever have cause to regret it j r But on the other hand they may t point with pride to an cflicer who j does his duty conacienciously andI 1 1consistently and without fearjjr ffavor Frank Stamper a pan- S r 7 man asks your t i timetIt 2 is the appointed I i J MOTT McDANIEL I J Mott McDaniel writes us from i Beattyville under date cf May 23 i requesting that we reproduce his columns of politi picture and two j 5calboost in this issue But our paper being practically in type I yesterday evening whet his letter r j i came to hand we find it impossible J to do so We announce for him i t however that he will address theI j r erondayfr jj i pledge and Democrats are invited especially to turn out andhear lUlU q Herald and Enquirer only 140 a PROF J R HACKNEY In speaking of the commence ment of Hazel Green Academy in our issue of the 15th inst the faculty was complimented gener ally a few being individualized But the industrial department be ing distinctive some think Prof Hackney did not share in our measure of praise To disabuse any such idea we will state that in the matter of accomplishment he was higher than any of them He has been teaching the young men in mechanics of which he is master and if they will but learn they too will be masters For his age there is probably no man in Kentucky so well posted in intricacies and com plications Us can put together any piece of complicated mechanism ever invented and in a twink ling have it going right And best of all he is a perfect gentleman any and everywhere you see him His home is Versailles Ky and his people are proud of him as a genius and a gentleman NEW BUILDING DEDICATION We acknowledge the receipt of an invitation to the dedication of the Kentucky Agricultural Exper iment Station addition which will be held on Tuesday morning June 1913 at 10 Oclock at Lexington ses will be made by several- istinguished gentlemen of other states who are interested in agri culture the noblest avocation of manincluding Dr Eugene 1av enport director of the Illinois ex periment station and dean of the college of agriculture of the Fni i versity of Illinois An address will also be deliverd by Commis sioner John W Newman of the State Agricultural Department and others Twentyeight year ago the agricultural department was organ I ized as a distinct branch of the j Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky NOT A SOULLESS ONE I Not all corporations are soullessii as evidenced by the Goodyear Rub ber Company Akron Ohio which has 8000 employees 350 ofwhom are women and the average wages I per month are 0050 Not only do they get living wages but the company has recently purchased a 450 acre tract of land laid streets and will build homes at from 500 to 2000 which in turn will be costlaud theBeII la very low price saving the luyer j100 to 500 on his house accord ing to the edifice he oleos to take Read all about it on the seventhI page of this paper And while atl it read the history of deco ration1 day founded by Gen John A Logan on second page BurnedI and wif of Lacy creek was severely burnedII1 I Tuesday afternoon Dr Center was called and dressed the wound I 1I and later Mr Hollon get a quart i Iof raw linseed oil to apply to the burns but no further particulars are known jAs j I we go to press the iews tha Mrs Taylor lingo tried to commit I suicide this morning by swallowing carbolic acid but only burned her j mouth ann face very badly Court House Bnrnod II The court house at Campton wa burned this a m at 1 oclock j incendiary I 7000 insurance 0000 t O Ra SIlSS RS7CeORSIAIRf7iS 111Ce1 O17I iy- r JLHOLLDNCOI- I I I I HAZEL GREEN KY I I Carry the Largest and I most complete Stock of I Upto This Dote Goods I Ever seen in the Mountains J Ji i NO SHODDY OR SHOP WORN I REMNANTS 1 Thats where we are short but you can get em at the other fellers Our are freshat f j H f l r I 4ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR LEGISLATURE 91st DISTRICT are authorized to announce CECI LWe F Cecil of Consolation as- a candidate for the Democraeic nomination for Representative from the Ninety first district Morgsn and Wolfe counties subject to the August primary I coon ATTORNEY are authorized to anALLENWe GBOVER CLEVE LAND ALLEN as a candidate for the office of County Attorney for the county I II IIocraticI- TCOTCD We are authorized to an lUOlCnincunceJOUN il TESTER of Gillmore Creek as a candidate for tile office of County Attorney of Wolfe Democratic 1ini 1 LINKOUSS ASSESIOKI I I Btillwater for the office of Assessor of Wolf county subject to action of the Democratic party ij I ROSEWe are authorized to announce J M Row of Lacy creek I for the office of Assessor of Wolfe coun ty subject to action of the Democratic party 1 COUNTY JUDGE are authorized to an a CENTERWeI DR G M CEN TBtt as a candidate for the office of I subjeceWe are authorized tC4innouIlceJROSE RO5E J I JUfiN ll a caalHat tr Judge cf the Wolfe Counts Couit subject to action of the Democratic tparry at August primary We are authorize l to m- hiUlelNORTON N KKTONi j fur the othce o- fAe candidateCampun a+ a orof Wolfe County subject to the action cf the Democraticrart FOR SHERIFF OUIlUPn We are authcrid to anI OuAnUUi nounce Shiloh Swango of for herllfValeria a a candidate Wolfe Uunty subject tc Democratic 12UeWe are authored to anI COMBS nounce A T jTHRASUER COMB of Campton as a Democratic candidate for herifl of Wolfe count e subject U actica of the August primer FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS anSHOGKEYIJof Rose Fork HS a candidate for Super countytsubject to I party TAUlBEEWe are autbreI tr an nciuce John W TaulleeI of Iaintcnaa a candidate tor utrintelic1t lent d c1I d Wofe crusty ulje to the party1kt1GAN are authored to 9- 101DEIEEDWe S S Olddeld1 i of Index for County Court Clerk Morgan county subject to tlte Den ofII cralfc primary in Ausuat Wti I t I INSIST A UPON GETTING Hope JIMills Flour r 11II I 11 ofHazelofttoWolfeCountyeratic party announceTUTTcandidate for Cierk of the Wolfe Coua tyYl urt subject to August Democratic piniary election FOR STATE SZJfAraa anRNEI 1 of Wt Liberty asa candidate for State Senator from th s the 34th district suljec to Democratic August primary Eafare authorized to an STAUPERWe T F T AMEER of CarupU n ss a candidate for Jaier dWolfe County subject to aotiou di the Demccrai a August primary TREES TREES I Fruit and Ornamenta Trees Strawberries Iruas HedgingCrapesAs paragus Rhubarb PhloxPeersEya- ryfhin u f for OrciiaiQ L2cilt Sarfan So AgentsFraa Cltalagcas B F HILLENMSYER SONS Lexington Koalscii C VUSI- CKAttorneyatLaw tRYLAnD j i JACKSON KY iij Will practice in the Circuit Courts of the Twentythird Judicial District the State and Federal Courts pay taxes loiIj I Lon resIdents make collections etc i l What You Knead ft when you want flour white and de tlightfully flavored bread iia a gGodfsupply of PEARL Hour When you knead it you will never knead any tother brand for It gives perfect satia faction and success in themaking oftt delicious bread that is craved by the children and the family in general 1withSold by E A JOHNSON Hazel Green and other leading merchants in the county Manufactured and guaranteed by J ANDREW CAIN Versailles Ky f PHOENIX HOTEL l JLEXINGTON KY JOE M SKAIN Manager Patronage of the mountain people d respectfully solicited and comfort gnu antecd Good rooms well lighted and heated 76o to SIOO a Day daLNetPHOENIX a trial end you will make It headquarters thereafter Restaurant 1a connection where meaU arc erred tt to Suit person and pane KILL tHE COUCH Asa CURH THE LUNCS t WTH lr Kings DiscoveryFOR Trial setae Fnr AJO All TH30A7 AM LUJIGTROUBLES J SnASAJfTESD SATISFACTOa rOS MONEY BEFUKDEP I s + H H+ v Tng VcgIri- s r Bant I WINCHESTER KY i1 X H WitHE2sooK Pre r- II W P SrHAE Ca Lier fc r Pals Up Capital IOO00000 i Undivided IlotttB 00 000 CO Uaailtocn Deposit of 2- r over lCOO 000 00fr o fIti Tiii auk iclicitf the accounttoi t merchutfarIICrhtradenaud bue J ri4i erseveryfaclhtynd the nostliberal ten vithinthelicltooClegiticate Jfcbittkint loct2ly 1 +H N 1i J v r THE HEBALD1 i u I M Rose of Winchester was II iiJohn = tcf w 1 hisnight iinlaw Carl I 1 t Roger Bryan the Lexington grocery drummer took dinner at the Hazel Green Hotel Tuesday CryFOR CASTORIAl 0 Tomorrow will be decoration dayi and is a legal holiday so you hadI batter do your banking today FOR SALFA flue 4yearold redy tnuley cow a good milker gentle and well dispcsed Will be fresh in a week J G TRIMBLE Lexie KyI Miss Nancy Sample the popular deputy postmaster and her little I niece Lucille Kaah are spending the week with Miss Nancys home folk Charley Sample and family The Hazel Green Cemetery Asso ciation meets Thursday June 5 atthe residence of Mrs Sam Kash Everybody friendly to the cause isI Invited and will be welcomed Mrs Nannie Kash of Mt Ster ling and her daughter iu law Mrs Maud Kash of Frenchburg will be here today to decorate the graves of loved ones in Hazell Green CAmI etery tomorrow C B Rose with Watts Ritter d Co Huntingtpn W Va was a guest of the Day House Monday night and Tuesday he opened hiII r samples and sold Kash S Sample a bill of merchandise II Miss Falay Long went to Lex l 4 ington Friday vi3itod her brother JIJIAndrew at eq the routefrom asylum met LiviuJ herj j dli1i rl l i jTrurrfBa home Monday maltq mck Rusgall= tap idJ1p in his saw mill Up j i 1frday- aud had oueof his Keels lacerated and an ankle sprained At the same time he totaIti wrecked a I circular saw that coat about 125 iI Dr C Hood Williams left e3I terday morning for Lexington nc1l companied by his granddaughter little Fern Patton whom he will have treated by srjme one of the I I experts for an affection of the ear jI tt Aunt Southey Oldfield has been jI at vary sick woman for a week I tin days past and does not seem orlI 1 improve Her brother George was I lir hsre after a doctor yesterday but I whether he secured one was net learned l Mrs George IDver of Grassy j has the thanks of the editor and hsj bette aaveckighths for a cou pro of 1 uaches cf beautiful flow i ore both of which were delivered last week by her manly little SOIlII Charles I John Easter Nickell of DaysIi bco is responsible for the statement j i that a gilt he owns which I M 1tyill be 12 months old sometime inI June fallowed on the 13th just 1 the litter being 14ejght females t and six males t i Health a Factor in Success I Tha largest factor contributing tc a mans success is undoubtedly health It has been observed that a man is seldcm sick when his bow els are regular he is never well when they are constipated For constipation yen will find nothing I quite so gocd as Chamberlains Tab1 lets They pct stay move the bow es but improve the appetite audii strengthen the digestion They are I tacldby all dealers jdv tIi Lr j I r i Bank Stock at Public Sale Pursuant to the request and power of attorney from E II Smith of New Castle Kentucky I willon Monday the 7th day of July 1913 at the front door of the court house in tho town of Campion Wolfe county Kentucky prcceed to cffer for sale at public auction to the highest nnd best bidder for cash in hand the fol lowing described property towit Eleven and ee half 11 i shares of the capital stock of the Hazel Green Bank of Hazell Green Ky saidstock being placed in my hands as collateral security on a note of 1 15000uf the said E II i Smith The proceeds arming from said sale will be applied in payment of tho above mentioned note HAZEL GREEN BANK adv E F CECIL President Constipation Cared Dr Kings New Life Pills will relieve constipation promptly and get your bowels in healthy condi tion againJohn Snpaic of San bury Pa says They see the b 3tjj pills I ever used lEnd I advise ev constipaItionplaint Will help you Price 25cI Recommended bjfofll dealersAd Returns After Loop Stay Miss Sue Long Who has been a teaches in the C W B 11 mis sioMry school at Livingston Tenn for seventeen months since Christ mas lOlli daring which time she has never visited Hazel Green was a welcome arrival Monday She reports Prof and Mrs Derthick in usual good health and says the school iirgettiug along finely or was prior to the close for vacation I oathIII Will Be Home In a Andrew Long who was taken to I the Lexington Asylum a few weeks ago will ba able to return home in a month sound and welt The asy lum physician said he was suffer ing from temporary aberration of miQdtcaused by acute tonema an- aiTectStinvtt r wtMtomnph itIvv eve religion A Correction lIIeIWe made a mUtake iu saying a week or so siact that George Rice was superintending the building of an additional room to the home of Mr and Mrs F S Day It was albeitlIIl l l not least Uncle Sam did the painting in his usual artistic style Tank Collinses The 100 barrel water tank used Ito supply the academy buildings with water colapsed Tuesday night with about SO gallons of water inI it and some of the staves were carI ried a distance of 100 feet or more Aside from the wreck of the tank no other damage was dung except that two Gl three maples on the campus were badly crippled Withdraws From Race L D Mitchell writing under date of the 27th from Torrent says Please discontinue my announce ment for Assessor cf Wolfe coun ty in your paper on account of other business that demands all of my time Thanking yen for same I am yours truly etc Some Taters Eh Prof W D Willoughby livicg now at Spokane Wash writing to Miles Fallen under recent date says that potatoes there weigh four and lira pounds each and apples are as large a3 the average boys head And the potato are the Irish variety ICnre for Stomach Disorders Disorders of the stc mach may be avoided by the use cf Chamberlains Tablets Many very remarkable cures have been effected by these tablets Sold by all dealersAd v L LIlttcJ 1 Col Nobles book Behold He I Cometh in the Clouds will Ue mailed to anyone for 100 Adv Commissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky I Lo+ tAK LINDOX Adainistratcr- ELi7tETlt v i MntFr ccc Defendants BY VIKTUEof jaJiHtt and f r lr ot sire of tie tAoie Circuit CVirr recierel at ib Agnat fpecinl tern I Ui iu the strove tyeij caut to ray the debts of the decedant Jt B Miller and there having heretofore been a sane of the land set out and described in the petition and exhibits therewith filed with the exceptions of the hereinafter described tract or bcusJary of land which wn set aside to the widow as her homestead during the minority of the infant children ot J U Miller deceased and during her natural lifetime and whereat at the May ll 1t term of the Wolfe Circuit Court after the Court j having decided that there was rot a suf ficiency arising trout the sale cf the boun dary ot laud told to pay said debts aa order was entered at said May U113I term of said Court selling the 1000 W I worth of laud set aside to the widow and children aa a homestead subject to her life estate in same and the rights of ji said infants to a homestead in same during their minority I ball on j MONDAY 2ND OF Jtfll 1913 at or near the hour of oclock p m or I thereabouts me same being County court day at the front door of the courthouse t in the town of Campton proceed to otter for sale to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months the following described property A certain tract or parcel of land situ ated lying and being on the Buchanan Fork af Stillwater Creek Wole County Kentucky which said boundary includes IingsI at White Oak standing on the north side lj MISWAngoline n 412 e poles to a n t j 2 w17 poles to a Black Oak n H w 15 poles to a hickory a 77 n 51 poles to a Vhite Oak top of ridge with Swangus line n M w a poles to a stake north I12 w IIti poles to a stale u tt 1 w Iii poles to a chestnut oak n 16 w 0 1 J poles u5 liw 125 feet nj w lSj teet n 1l e 215 feet n 3 w119 feet n 30 w 17 feet to a Chestnut Oak on the point corner to S C Rose thence wits his line Iud top of ridge n 37 121 lot+ feet n 2S e SO feet n5 e 33 feet n14- e 149 feetn 12 e 70 feet n tI w sIfeet n 5w 120 feet n 101 te 137 feet u 12 12 e t2 teat n SU e 181 feet u4l 12 c 140 feet u l2el37 feet a- l1 feet e SJ2 feet n 10 e tai feet n fettna1 a 5J feet n H e i w 12e Jet Itore I nth his line and tip of ridges oS 171 feet to J D JtMwards line wlttfhis line and top of ridge s 67 e lea feet n OS e 02 feet n 74al 12 e 23i feet n S2 e 270 feet n GS e I172 feet r oM 12 e 140 feet s OS e 60 feet 161 e i 24 feet tut W H Chambers line with his line top of the ridge and a fence s 131 1 w 41 feet s 5 e 110 feet s 25 e 316 feet s l18 e 1133 feet s 33 w 8l feet s 15 w 103 feet s 0 w 545 fut a 12 w 226 feet 3 12 e 50 feet Is 3S e 120 feet s 50 e 130 feet s 31e 170 theIroadls I 1 2w 70 feet to Chestnut stump s 57 12 llwi 175 feet to three white walnut thence with a fence u 251 12 w KO feet to a white oak s 021 12 w 110 feet s o7 w WIi feet to the piecei of beiinning con taiuiu i3 airt by survey For the purchase price tae purchaser witty approved sureity or securities must execute bend bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect ofa julgaientwithlv aea reserved on said property uitil paiJ Uji rs wiT be irepure tc c r y I riirptly with these tents ROVER C A LTEN Master Ccniaujiner W C IJ S l IISWtoiiiifiSAMUEL1 Over HolUas Jtoe iic tryWith several years ractoil experience Mr Mulfaoliand offer his professional sere vices to the citizens o f tais consunitv aua solicits a share of their pairs e ginraa teeing entire satisfaction ia alt tuias mountain SSi1ro FLOYD DAY President Wincbestcr JOAN 0 M DAY VicePres and General Manager Winchester E B McQLONE Seor 4 Trf si Cliy City J L UORTON SupL McCormick East I West Bund No BoundII No P33j aJl830 1P3f 410 1005Slountaln Topl 600 455 1050 Pine Itid e1iI20 lfO 525 HVO Meadow 130 5401 113 1130 EausjIf U15 110 Midday trains make connection with daily hack line to and from Hazel Green and Swango Springs except Sunday Central Time IIItDaily With Lexington and I Jstern Eailvray IfIijI to Thnh 1hls ove rCQNOMY 1VAGAli Who Aets ihe Money 9You earnEconomy looks like an uMf iiI 1Jwhen you first begin and SQRKK times it is an uphill game but it is the ROAD TO PROSPERITY and if you can rsavara in your small economies you will find this out Your wtravaf dfft does not draw interest Some day you will pay interest on your pre fextravagance If you put that money in the BANK NOW you can Sufis day afford to buy tha fuxuris you crave without missing fhtjioniy- Da YOUR miring with us We pay 4 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empluledbltelnnearby lyilfI I t I tameronenyile makes an ex ye to rail on Murnliy and IIs rfpulsml perksofunderportraitwaafounddragI + MIII GwynnmlrrorI CatnrroniT PS Iy III an a result of niysterlnuetyVrrrl threats aeulnst the hrfIr Cameron C1Tde tells Cameron the envelop was empty He tells Kvelvn fverythlnn and plan to lake Cameron on a yacht trip CHAPTER VIII Somewhere East of Nantucket The Sibylla under tress of her powerful turbines was racing easily reeling off her thirty knots with no seeming effort and scarcely a percep tlble vibration There had tweet a miff breeze during the night but It had died down at sunrise and now at noon the sea was calm HK the bosom of a nun The sun blazed on the yachts polished brasses Intensifying the snowy whiteness or her glossy paint and turning to jewelled showers the spray which fel away from her sharp prow and caressed her longs ttslFelr was wonderful weather I for late October On the nineteenth the temperature had rlen to ninety I in New York breaking all records j for that date and now two days later here at the meeting of sound and ocean with Point ludjth Just cording into view over our Iport bow and flock Island a blur nbaft our starboard beam we sat Cameron and I shaded by spread awnings on the afterdeck as though it were mid summer For he had Ixen convinced by my righteous untruth after repeated and emphatic dinning and had dally grown stronger readily agree- ingI yt length to a cruise along the coast with Uar Harbor as objective That Is precisely what 1 had the Sibylla built for lie told me when my suggestion found acceptance Rid you ever notice the inscription on the brass tablet over the fireplace In Ihe saloon No Well Its this Sibylla when thou seem me fayute address thyself the gyde of my corn playnte I found It In an old book published In 1563 a poetic Induction to The Mirror of Magistrates written by Thomas Sackville You can fancy how ray application distorts the orlg inal Intention but Sackville Isnt likely to trouble me over It I 1 repeat this explanation now mainly to indicate the improved temper of the speaker His mind was placid once again and with this recovered placidity had come a return of his quiet humor For my own part I r ixas tot olt Relhcr lialt y My tie friends recovery and light over my thereat was cur Kvelyns pleasure regarding thedIed by selfreproach Instrument I had employed to bring It about A lie is to me a most con temptible aent and to make use of abhorrent In one has betn always this instance I had saled my conscience with the old ex In a measure that the end justified the means cuse IandIn a measureonlywasbut It was fr from being as happy as 1 pretended Moreover I could not rid myself or- an uneasinessit misery Indeed to nowwlthout compony- oncemtng which I w tbe day and Its menace I- c for Cameron companyOywithout Quite dlsmls ed tbehadof course velyn who previously iUbJeCUne rbednad Deemed to apprehension directly awayallput yachtr Ibe There saw bad UII beene some alktof her ae without SIgnifY butcompanYing us had managedreason I lag my real dissuade herto For my disquietude therei sItaint rn lovlal LJtt t IOn the precaution of having the Sibylla searched from masthead to keelson before SHlllng Tine coal wai examined as carefully as that of a battleship in time of war every locker and cupboard was Inspected even Ihe ventilators were metaphorically turned inside out and the record of ev cry man of the crew was looked Into with vigorous scrutiny So I could see no loophole unguarded Hut the past was an argument which set logic at naught If such things could be as that which had happened a month ago In Camerons dressing room how much further might the inexplicable carry Of what use were precau dons against an enemy who with apparent ease calmly delled nil natural lawsAll the morning my thoughts had IoollhIIhOUlhtlclassed with the Idle superstitious fears of young girls and old women and impossible to a wellbalanced clearheaded mutt of twentynine It may be that I was not well balanced and clearheuded And yet the BC qOel would tend rather to n contrary conclusion Cameron was still reading the tier ald and I sat with a pair of binocu lira at my eyes sweeping the waters for the trailing smoke of a liner or some object of lesser interest Presently the silence was broken by my companion I set lie began dropping the paper to his knees that China is really in earnest In her anliopium cam paign Two Peking officials have died from Ihe effects of a toohasty break ing of the habit Men do not die In the attempt to obey mere paper reforms The Chinese are a wonderful old jKople Clyde I low vied my glasses nil at once In terested Youve been In China I asked No I havent was his answer Ive always meant to go but when I was nearest III news drew me home iind to I never got closer than Yoko hama on one side and Srlnagar In Kashmir on the other Youve seen something of them In Ibis country I suppose No very little I attended a din ner once at which 11 Hung Chang was the guest of honor and Ive eaten chop suey In cue of those Chinese eating palaces they have IIn Chicago Thais about the extent of my person al Chinese experience Hut I have always been Interested In the country and its x ople I have read about everything that has been published on the subject Hy the way did they ever find out who killed that boy of MurphysNot I TluyveIIL tll made Murphy was released Yes He took up his paper again and oii c more I applied myself to sea gaijiig Far away w the northeast I made out what appealed to me to be a seagoing lug or pilot boat steaming I thought with rather unusual speed for a vessel 01 her class It was not much of a discovery but the waters had been very barren that morning especially for the last two hours and insignificant as this object was I felt In a manner rewarded for my vigil Half an hour later she had sllpited out of sight and I was busy In an ef fort to pick her up again when a cry from the lookout forward directed my attention to a floating speck possibly two miles or more lend ahead and not more than a point off our course Come I said to Cameron letsgo up on the bridge and have a look And have our trouble for our pains he returned Incredulously Its probably some bit of wreckage a box or a cask Very well I agreed starting off alone Even a box or a cask is HOJtHf 3Whenlug object proved to be a fishermans dory with a man either dead or unconscious plainly discernible In the bottom 1 should hardly have been hu than had 1 not experienced a degree of satisfaction over Camerons failure as a prophet That however was the least abiding of my sensations in an Instant It had given way to anxiety concerning the bouts occupant and Interest In the businesslike manner In which MacLeod tstocky young executive officer of th SlblIa was preparing to pick up ouingted The engine room had beeaclgnaled halfspeed ahead and already a sailor with a coil of rope In hand was eta Honed at the forward gangway 1 have frequently eeen river pilots make landings that were marvels of clever calculation but I never saw any steering more accurately gauged than that by which MacLeod here In the open sea with Ihe precarious swell and surge of ocean to combat brought the yacht gliding within a bare three inches of the rolling dorys bow I was leaning over the rail at we came thus upon the castaway and saw clearly enough for just a moment the huddled creature In oilskins silent and motionless In the stern with closed eyes and wet dark hair mat ted upon his forehead Then a sailor dropping lightly Into the boat shut L c off my view for a HHIe There was a whir of flung line an excitant of quick spokenaud to me unintelligible words between the sailor In the dory and a sailor standing beside me on the yachts deck and then tbe line was taut and straining and the dory which had sheered off astern was being brought up slowly alongside Now I realized for the first time that our engines had stopped and that save for the roll we were almost eta tionary They were lifting the fisherman aboard when Cameron at length I aroused by the unusual strolled for ward and joined meI I obII I Poor devil he exclaimed sym pathetically Ho seems more dead than alle Hes breathing sir announced Brandon the first officer and not much more Well take him below and eee what can be done for him sirlie appeared to be about forty years of age a somewhat shrunken weath erbeaten creature with face deeply lined and half hidden behind possibly a weeks growth of dark beard It Is not easy to read a man with his ryes I closed but I wilts far from prepos sessed by what of this fellows feature I was on view Ordinarily I I j butItodayj myimost trivial occurrences took on sls nllicance And this was not a trivial occurrence Certainly It was not usual Fishermen blown to sea in storms and overcome by exposure hunger and thirst were common enough perhaps but within the past week there had been no storm the weather had been as mild as that of June with an August day or Iwo thrown In How was It possible then for this bit of flotsam to have come where It was and In the condition It was To Cameron I gave no hint of my reasoning but to Captain MacLeod I put the question without hesitation- It goes seem a bit odd Mr Clyde he returned judicially but you see his must anti sail had gone by the board and his oars too It looks to me sir as if hed been run down maybe and nigh swamped Of course we rant tell till he gets his senses and lets us know Though this put the matter In a new light it did not by any means re lieve my anxiety and I asked Mac Lend to have a sharp watch kept on the fellow adding that I would tome to him later for anything he might learn I took rare too to caution M to make no mention of the presence of Cameron Itwal not until after dlTl m evening that I found opportmTlt to iimMion tin cap ain I carne ijjfjx ihim in Lila stateroom a cumforljibiy commodious cabin far forward on The upper dock On his table was Spread a chart over which he wu jKnding I wasII gripped firmly between lsMeeth and the grateful odor nf clmnpipe stroke greeted me as I entered Hes come around Mr Clyde he Informed me turning about In his swivel chair and Im just trying to check up some of his statements by means of this chart here and our weather record And how do ttivycheck so far I asked a little dubiously Quite to a dot sir was his an swer Theres no breakdown anywhere so far According to his story he sailed out of Gloucester harbor on I PelerIIller He says the wind was strong from I bankII noon the wind died and a thick fog j j andjI I Arrd finally in the thick of it lost his ngs It had clouded over and little it began to rain He rXfor Gloucester harbor but ave SsJpHjjoutheast Instead of northwest Then the night cume down and the fog waellke a dozen blankets he says Hlsfifod was gone and most of his water but he said hed seen worse than that many a time and just prayed for the fog to lift and give him a sight of the stars And the next thing that happened was what I suspected sir He heard a steamers whistle lie had his sheet out and was running before the wind and that steamer coming upon him out of the tog caught his boom ripped out bis mast and nearly capsized his dory When she righted the steam ers lights were fading Into the fog again his boat was half full of water and his oars were washed away Well sir to make a long story short he must have caught a current that car red him well out beyond Cape Cod and then slewed him around the southernmost end of Nantucket lisland I questioned him about lights and fog signals and making due allowauce for his condition his yarn works out pret ty straight Hed been drifting about for three oayi when we picked him up and was half dead of thirst and hunger But hes come around better than might be expected and And then I Interrupted him Three days without watrr I ques Honed r L L And without food Yes sir When did he tell you this story Aboul six oclock sir Could a starving man recover that quicklyHe might sir MacLeod answered The average healthy man can go ten days without food or drink What have you done with him t Hes In the seaman quarters for ard sir See that het kept there Mr Mac leod I told him Id feel better If you put a watch on him tonight Tomorrow well run In to Gloucester and look np his people and friends Very goodtilr Thank you I thought of having a look at Peter Johnson myself for I was somewhat curious to study that face again when It was sentient and had eyes open but on second thought I decided to wait until morning It seemed silly to suspect this seemingly honest but unfortunate fisherman We had not been speeding so well during the afternoon there was some trouble reported from the engine room and It was a question whether we hUll made over fifteen knots an hour since two oclock I know that at ten oclock that tight when the moon went down we were east of Nantucket and somewhereII path of the transatlantic The night was balmy aslinersII springtime and Cameron and I in light overcoats sat on the afterdeck watching the moon slide slowly below the dark horizon line Our chairs were close together facing the lee rail his the further astern We talked of many things I remember lie was always Interested in my work and es pecially In my ambitions to make The Week a power for national good and I remember that we discussed several projects I then had In mind for bring ing about reform In high places Hut the subject which then Interested me most and regarding which I still experienced a vague unreasoning uneas iness he had avoided throughout the day and evening with what seemed to me studied Intent I i The sudden cessation of hostilities on the part of those whom be hadII been given every reason to look as his Implacable enemies was certainly strange enough to have Invited endless debate and I marveled that after having accepted my faluehood as truth he had not chosen to go over with me the whole marvelously perplexing business Ills mind I knew was relieved by what I had made him believe or he would not now be the man he was but despite that It appeared to me krwou1d be most natural for him on Y of all days the twentyfirst e month to question at least statedrbneltislonsThere had ben a moment of silence between us and these reflections were dominant with me as six bells ring Ing out musi 4Jly announced that midnight wasjml an hour distant At that instant ffhlltt In time to the bells strokes there echoed In my brain the worda Know then that before the morning of the eighth day hence Cameron lowering his ci gar turned to me with Clyde I wonder If you have forgotten what day this Is I font know why rowing at Just that particular juncture the question should he more upsetting than if It had come at some other time of day but I know It seemed so to me For a little space my tongue refused its office There was a lump In ray throat which demanded to Ibe swal lowed sad I made a pretence of coughing to hide my light At length I answered a bit lamely No I hav nt forgotten Its Wednesday the twentyfirst of October He returned his cigar to his lips and smoked In silence for a full minute Then he said quietly Its seven days since that empty envelope came Yes I returnedrThere was another slight pause IOnd he went on I have been thinking that possibly you were wrong about the significance of that empty envelope Possibly those enigmatical persons Intended that absence of n definite threat toII Imply the Inconceivably Now that he had terribleII about It I wished that he UUderjstand tainly now pervaded as I was with that grim disquietude It would be even more difficult to carry conviction with my words Whatever they Intended 1ven tured yielding a fraction of a point It seems to me that theyll have some difficulty In carrying It out There are no portraits here to mutilate and mirrors smash For theno to previous performances there must be some more or 1 less simple explanation Neither you nor I believe In the su pernatural therefore the things that happened at Cragholt were brought about by natural means seemingly In explicable as they were Now no nat ural means can be brought to bear to perform any such legerdemain on this yacht You know that Then not a man here except that poor old 4 J oa 1 fisherman that we dont snow all and i everything about So I say ro matii ter what they planned this lime they are outwitted And even as I said It I saw clearly before my vision q these words Say not Heaven IIs high above Heaven ascends and descends r 1 t rwheresoeveri tHthink1 J pretend to Interpret ttheir symbolism I answered evasive t ly The empty envelope Impressed i me as synonymous with saying i Nothing more at present Kven nowII I think that If they had meant to con tinue they would have said so Im 1 almost sure they would 1 was quite sure of course but I dared not say so Cameron smokes on quietly for a j while In a ruminative mood Even tually be threw the end of his cigartover the rail and leaned forward- I j dont know he said perplexedly I dont know 1 This I hoped was to be the end of the matter for tonight at least but presently he began to talk of those y first Iwo lettersI to conjecture to won der to dissect phrases to dig out subtleties of meaning from euphemistic expressions And then I knew that he had every word memorized justii as I had- Seven bells had struck and we were still talking But now and then there were pauses In our converseinterv- ials of silence of varying lengtbdugI- ng which I sat with my gaze stretching out over time black waters and my hearing strained for any unusual sound More than once during the evening I thought I had detected far off the pounding note of a motorboats exhaust but had put the notion aside as too Improbable for entertain menu Now faintly I seemed to hear it again not so distant but muffled I got up and stood close to the rail and listened with ear bent Then I determined to go to my cabin for a night glass which I bad Included among my traps Hut at that moment the sound which I had made sure of ceased and I stood a second or two longer expecting It to resume Altogether it was not over a minute or two that I stood therw It much less nan that Then 1 eemedII with a question for Cameron I dered whether he had heard the sound J I too I say Cam I began and stopped I startled with his name half uttered 1onnot there I flung open the door of rk his stateroom He was not there ei ther I had the yacht searched for 4 him He was not on the yacht i CHAPTER IX A Craft Without LightsJComposure IU second nature with me I claim no credit for It It Is a matter of temperament rather than cultivation Hut now my temperament was all awry and my composure fled me 1 was excited More than that I was frantic distracted rattled I wanted to do a dozen things at once to get answers to a score of queer lions In a single moment And the consequence may be imagined For flnIen minutes nothing was done whatever Then the searchlight was pot Into play sWEeping the waters on all sides far and near but with paltry result Five or pix miles astern we made out a power boat similar to that which I had seen through the slaps earlier in the day To the east ward a steamer with two funnels was just coming Into range The white sails of a coasting schooner showed to westward Trailing In our wake was our squalid salvage the dory of the fisherman MacLeod trained to coolness re tanned his wits Systematically he set to work Likely and unlikely places aboard the yacht were looked into Before I knew what he was about we were going back over the way we had come with the search light swinging In a circle and a half dozen sharpeyed seamen scanning every square foot of rolling wave I cant understand It 1 kept re plating aloud with senseless lUratlox I cant understand It I was standing alone well forward leaning over the rail Presently Mao Leod laid a hand on my shoulder We cant do anything more thaw we are doing Mr Clyde he said In his matteroffact way For my part I 2 ni understand It either but since 11 f Cam nmlI not aboard there bnty one conclusion and that Is that hes overboard And since there was no one interested In throwing him there then it seems very clear tbat he must have Jumped Jumped I cried In Irritation My God man Dont 1 tell you that I was not three feet away from him and only for a minute or two How could he have jumped without my hearing him How could he even have got out of his chair without my hearing him The captain shrugged his shoulders TO BE CONTINUED Love That Endures Remember that there Is someUraM a fine love that never leaves a mam heart It stays and waltsllltlsrt Chester Union r tom t ft to IBEST 11 For Every Baking t r CALUMETBAKING tub Best because its the t purest Best bIII w it never fails1 Bcbecause it makes everyIt i baking light fluffy and I I1evenly raised Best i imoderatequality i I fAt i i your grocers i I I I RECEIVEDI I r IeitioaI I March un2iiI I j 6vgII You dont IOM monty robes yes I cheap or tifcan lading yonder DontI I adittj Bay CaltuneL Its mow economical more uAocjonx glott f j bet roofs CaluouHt far taftrior to I laW milk mid nods j IF HE WERE A RELATIVE I OfIferedI An official of one of the departments at Washington says that while gong E to his luncheon one afternoon he RawII a military funeral passing down Pennsylvania avenue As the pageant IIcurbIII draped coffin and the riderless horse behind some one touched him on the I I elbow and said I hope youll exI cuBe me boss but would you min tellI In me whether the dead soldier wu I unythln to you 7IWhy no answered the official Knelling in spite of himself as heI turned and beheld a solemn looking darky of perhaps sixty years of age Excuse me again boss continued the negro but you kinder looked that sorry I thought mebbe he was some thin to you I He was a brave soldier answered the official The darky said nothing for a mo ment Finally with a sigh he added t Wouldnt it be gran boss mournln for a man like that sposln be was J Bomethin to you 7 j I IIAI I New York was telling his mother QJ a mishap which had occurred playmate of his The youngs appeared bad been regaling hi with one of those large marblelike candles which are a particular delight of childhood and in a moment of ex I cltement It slipped down and stuck in his throat But said the nanileiy they succeeded in relieving him l Ob said his mother you got It out did you 7 I Naw was the impatient answer we shoved it down It was his wasnt It When the Doctor Called Grace was six years old and very 111 b The family doctor took her hand to feel her pulse In a moment Grace eald in a whisper Its no use to feel my wrist doctor the pain U all up lu my bead r ra 4 L FOR CHURCH UNITY I I j Writer in Universalist Leader j j i Puts the Subject Before All Denominationalists j i t t l There is a genuine desire which Is approaching the universal in Chris j iI IIformj the Christian faith held In common i may be made effective But the de sire has in a large measure proved I fruitless because of the unwillingness on the part of any to sacrifice their i cherished Inheritance of denomina tlonal history tradition practices dogama and KutonOlnIi This stubbornness of Integrity has II successfully withstood every assault I and every appeal and really it In i j the credit of those laving convictions I to hold them sacredly and etII I ItwarllsI It IIproachtdj which all may walk without I of selfrespuct and yet I ith entire abandon to int spirit of I unity I It should be noted that whatever theI detail of practical opposition tc unity j really It comes back finally to pride of and loyalty to the denomination that J I the one word which stands In I isEwordreJ marks the boundaries of in J eness and exclusiveness and forbids j any union which is not absorp UonAnd j I mlslrepresentswithin the church far it builds the wall which prevents that federation j II of forces which is already in the hearts of the great majority The pre J vailing spirit recognizes that the Christian churches are already one byII I preserve the good in the denomination iII al organization to maintain church selfrespect to encourage specific loyalty to conserve every existing force and yet to bring then into a I working whole is the problemii j And this problem we believe finds its solution In u single word Every onN1 ItIstrengthens itself that It may contri t bute larger service to the whob c 1and this recognition needs tnl made actual and practical and thfc o real unity is open for use for have but to strike out from ecclesias1 literature the word denomina IIcal and substitute In its place theI 1word departmenty 1How rtmenLI I The Baptist department 1 The Presbyterian department The Unitarian department The InlveyiHst department of the Christian chirch etc etc Straightway all are united In the Christian church and serving through the department which gives to thetj t j greaest efficiency The success I is the success of all Deadly compel I j la measurably elmlnated andI Itlon perspgg dt ktanfi of jI bothIi working j ments i Ior course all this Is true already 1 j the minds of many is it true enough to be proclaimed And by the changing ijI of a word can we not set forwar- mightily j I the supreme purpose of thisI iI Christian hour Universalist Leader j At Our Best No man is the man he might han been no man will become the man he may bewho does not come to know Jesus Christ Christ Is an appeal to manhood His is the power to awakenIi the latent energies of ones better self To know him is a call to the heights I j Peter came to know him and the vac mating became the granite of stabll Ity Thomas came to know him and hesitation yielded to assurance Bar tlmeus came to know him and sight less eyes began to see Zacchaeus e to know him and Injustice bee i a fourfold power of Integrity aul came to know him and the j i persecutor became the apostle Bun yan came to know him and the pro ij faner became the pilgrim TheIiI same transformations are being wrought In this day In Christ we see ourselves at our best Looking Into the face of Jesus we are transformedI Into the same imagoRev Ellsworth Hlglejr D D Christians Usefulness Only Christ can Influence the world but all that the world sees of ChrisI Is what It sees of him In the life ol his followers So that a Christian usefulness depends solely upon hit re latlonshlp to Christ and the accurac with which he reflects the divine llkr sees Wenry T 5mmond l f- I ir r CONSTANTINE MAN OF ACTION I New Grecian Monarch Has Proved Himself Worthy of the Crown He j Has IInherited Constantine thp new king of Greece Is of Danish and ItiihHian blood his I Christiani mother being I PukeII AIIIIJoIlerI jI II King Constantine was j Athens and brought up under an Eng ItutorsI I where he received his education III a j foldler being attached to the Second InIlsnI butIarmy was crushed in Thessaly In April last ho was appointed inspec ItOl general of the forces and has since shown himself a soldier of merit At the moment of his accession he was In KplriiH conducting the military opera I IIthatI h i I DANDRUFF COVERED SCALP 3002 Cass St St Louis IoFori ItIIIt I very annoying and my scalp was literally j I1 covered with dandruff My heir i i used to come out by the handfuls and the Itching of my body and scalp was terrible I had used almost all the skin remedies on the market with no results when I wrote for a little CutI j j cura Soap and Ointment and It gat me Instant relief Within one months use of the Cutlcura Soap and Ointment parting gently rubbing Cutlcura Olnt one strand of my hair coming out andI have not lost a minute of sleep i j since using the Cutlcura Soap and Ointment which entirely cured me of Itching of my body and scalp In Its worst form 1 also find the Cutlcur- Sean I j a benefit In shaving SignedI Charles Judlin Dec 8 1S11 Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold j throughout the world Sample of each free with 32p Skin Book Address postcard Cutlcura Dept L BostonIAdv Oysters Always Good Until June I It will be of great interest to every housewife who to I i enjoys good oysters j learn that oysters are in bttter condition 1I and flavor In March April and May than they are In February If i II i the winter in severe oysters do not have as much of their natural food urlng January and February and fre little In plumpness As II water begins to get warm and April the beautiful coplc diatoms which con principal food of the oys Itlplf much more rapidly con ee the oysters grow fat and Ira xture and flavor no that they wuently at their best in April Leslie s K gHpf Screen I needed a tifKe that could be thor oughly screened from flies to keep my leftovers My husband with a key tourSteenplnebox then nailed these ends with three pieces of quarter round tventyseven Inches long bought ten cents worth of wire screen tacked it over this frame and screwed a little handle on top Three or four dishes thissscreen Exchange God Was Too Busy Little Jimmy was out walking with ionsnwhere the men were carrying out a casket He asked his nurse what was MrdBrowns body was in it That night when Jimmy went to bed he did isay his prayers and his mother jj him why He answered The be too bur unpacking Mr J he wont be able to lirJ tn V v- 1 Importd to Mothers Examine cafsSully every b otII CASTORIA a safe and sure rem for Infants and children and see It Bears the signature of a In Use For Over 30 Years Children Cry for Fletchers Custom Awakening Youre looking mighty sour whats I the matter Honeymoon over III gases eo SHowd that happen 7- i Oh we were drifting along down lifes enchantiu stream like too poet tells about and just as I was thinking 1 should like to drift on and on with her lorevdl she up and told me that she had got to have some money Houston Post 1Ragtime Made Easy One day my mother cut her finger and she put a rag on It Then she went to church to practice on the pipe organ and a little boy who was there sold 0 Mrs H can play ragtime i rove Exchange Paradoxical Drawback Do you intend to make a tour of thY big desert No I haven got the sand Frr h mpplr Mrs AiiTln fine HHCK wtifal now on hand at your grocer Adv IFirst Sewing Machine The earliest attempt at sowing ma chinery of which there Is any authen IarIby Charles F Weisenthal- IKill the Flies Now and Prevent dltIor sixi sent expr M paid for fl II SOMKK3 150 Ie Kalb Ave Brooklyn V Y Adv Ignorance Disgusted Waitress Assistant District Attorney Clark was conducting a ease in the criminal court A large roughshouldered negro was in the witness chair An then said the witness wo all went down in the alley an shot a few crap Ah said Mr Clark swinging his eyeglass Impressively Now sir I want you to address the jury and tell them jifrl how you deal craps ass hnI2 asked the witness rolling his eyes Address the jury sir thundered Mr Clark and tell them Just how you deal craps Lemma oaten heah said the witness uneasily Firs bins know this gemman gwlne ask rot how to drink a sandwich Exquisite Agony It was to say the least of It a London letter remarks just a little bit awkward that the electric light theetown house of a presumably wealthy widow who had been doing a good deal of political entertaining Thf guests to the number of a dozen ha just finished their soup when the un fortunate Incident occurred Thf scramble to find a sufficient number of candles so that the dinner might greatadeal of difficulty and no little amusement The butler who Is deHeribrd1 as being a bit new to his Job was Im mediately told to telephone to the electric company report the catastro phe and demand attention to the mat ter It was a trying moment for the guests when he returned to the din tog room and announced in real Cockney accent Please my lady the gentleman whats on the telephone says they sent several warning letters unless the account was paid active steps would have to be taken PAINFUL TRYING TIMES I I I I who has a bad back who is I weak or tired k all the rinds her duJ a heavy burden Thousands of nervous discouraged sickly I women havo traced theirto Sick story kidneys have found quick and thorough relief through using Doans Kidney Pills The trying times of womans life are much easier to bear the kidneys are well An Iowa Cue str1iluntIDelNh14iFalrnpWtawaleFor 1 bad eten backathe head rbes and dlny prlle and my 11mhtwlld I couldnt walk iKianS Kidney IMIlsraredI me when e erjtbln else failed i cannot pralkflI them Too highly Ct Doan at Any Store SOc a Box FOSTERMILBURN CO NY KajSggSImm I TAKE NO 8UB8TITI L1TE 1sItl troubles painful If DOANSKIDNEYBUFFALO Corn PImay take some of tb here Distemper t SPOHNSI- n your true aafeiruan bottle IMJO and 11000 mallerMzr Dont put Spohn Medical Co I 4 I HUSBAND NAILED RUBBER ON GATES i 1it Noise How Cured I IMunlonl AlaI was so weakand nervous while passing through the 4 t36O The 94OO Change of that I could hardly live husband had to nail rubhcron gates I could stand it to have agate slam 1 also had back ache a fullness in my noticed 11 was advertised for such cases and I sent and goodthatbe all you claim your jwasMrsj I ford Alabama I An Honest Dependable Medlclno i j iis Lydia E Vegetable Com pound A Root and Herb medicine orig inated nearly forty years ago by Lydia E Pinkham of Lynn Mass for trolling female ills Its wonderful success in this line has made it safest and most dependable medicine of age women and no 4 woman suffering from female ills does adtrial If you have the slightest doubt that Lydia K IMnklianis Vegeta helyouwritatoconfidential Lynn ad vice Your letterwill be opened read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence i I CANADAS OFFERING II THE SETTLER I i W L i DOUGLAS c1 Z342 s4oo AND sso- oSHOES J MEN WOMEN E8UOYS SHOES III WORLD 200 art 1300 largest of i50 and world to you L Dougla an- dNeoahoebat all and stomach E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound recommend Pinkhams con Massfor TO THE AMERICAN RUSH TO WESTERN CANADA INCREASING4eI Free liomesteadaI mttrlrti of rEManlloba Nakkalrhr ftthereDptryInfrom 5JIgprracre Thrne sand am yayrowingandrattleeahlugI r rrax rtxrrraI-n many rate the railway In I Canada bUt been built In Ad I Vance and la a I brt 1f there wiltnut tM a ritlr if ni nMI Ili more lontenurtwrlvmllrS how a line i of Railway Rate ara I rranlatAd bj OuTetnaieal Com I II nuaalunHocUl Condlllooa Tae tilerliatbnmaIn Wlem Canada HA InutaIn a atrangv land beIntf nearly a of hla own them If dlItan theton5ItlonottbnCanadlanSettlerla write and send rate etc to W8 NETHERY 413 Gardner Ohio CacadlanGoenlmnLAarntaoraddrre i Uniuilicnitlon tlttawataad 3HAIR BALSAMI Uu toeatlkuaetatl IIVK ACJKSTS Sell our ipecialty money jnaktr start S20 HO weekly quick lure repeater delay paya proNriurlte tnime aria Riwr Trejnor W CINCINNNO 191913 theantingmcurn planting may be lale sour DISTEMPER CURE 1duun1 I AND the makers Mens 400 shoes in the Aak your dealer show I W B3JM uwood I11 tritlrmeiit rilwuy American atrangrr tullllun people proftperooa fur Uterature Toledo borxa flt and wear other make coating S50O 7OC the only Difference the price Shoe In all k factortehow carefully W L Donglaa chose are made you would understand why they are warranted flt better look better their shape and wear pricetin pro order le W 1IUUOI AM Brocktaa Maaa Lift My the not I that Lydia I for IS wortn dis1re Bldg A toutHelp For to I Buty toA J K 1 from tn belter no lo N U e If it aa to la then to hold L by I for I the the i 1 i PUTNAM FADELESS DYES 11 Color more goodsbrishter and faster colors than any other dye One We package colors all libe ThdyotneddwaterizenerNanan7 otherYauta- aloar BarmenttOTitteut ripping apart Write for free bookletHow to bye Bleach and Mix Colon MONBOC DRUG COMPANY Qiilacy fly ji et a r J4 L A IMI w Ty t r T C IIIl = T 4 f tr 1 TT1T I 0 ri jII A You Need a Tonic 1Therei sheprioplacesWhen tonicto coin posed of purely vegetable ingredients which act gently organskIt has benefited thousands and strength thousands of weak t wonderfulsuccessyou You cant make a misdke in taking j I CftRDUI I The Womans Tonic i a Miss Amelia Wilson R F D No 4 Alma Ark earthfordizzyspellsI anythingBegin ii i Has Helped Thousands trt I HAZEL GREEN fr ACADEMY j DEVELOPMENT OF CHRISTIAN j I I CHARACTER OUR GOAL o Why Attend Hazel Green Academy r BECAUSE 3 It is Jor tell on high ground amid superb scenery and near the fatuous Swango Spring 2 It is one of the deanta of Eastern jI Kentucky towig acd bus fine religious I r tniroDwentII f B S degree without examination ffor unconditional J 4 Greatect returns for money txjI j 1 pendedjji G It has fsifftiaatjly strong faculty of Christian workers i j I G 1 tcflerss free course in woodwork 1 7 ltmake L n sr cUliy cf jinno stud i j zocalmanic 8 Jt gives a thorough review wider the suj tr 5tion of 1iof M V Robeitf for teachers exaniinmione 0Vit Term Tueser opened day Janntry 7 1913 For particulars lddre IIPKINC1PAL B J CaDE1- UcIt1 OrD 1tIi MADISON CHIEF I i I i i I II Thisi fine sixyearold thoroughbred jiaddle BtHJanraJI make the seamof IJlS at my stables on Lacy creek at 10 TO INSURE LIVE COLT money due when martprovee in foal i parted with or bred to another animal without my concent This is bis third season and his colts arc aa floe as any ever produced in Ext ern Kentucky His blood brothers stand at 2500 and up and he is the Best of t the bunch MADISON CHIEF in by Bourbon b 10 and out of a Bloc Jeans mare Cod dam Golden King For complet- pedigree see curds I Love opened my book early to giyer- IallacbanceU Mtirte from a distance will1 be pastured aid looked after for 210 f mouth vet I will not be mpoctible fo accidents or escapee JOHN D ROSE 31tLUIt Jy 4 wGLOOKHARTDENTIST lUIPTC KY stork in 1 title prepared to to nLylitSt1 it eeryreasooabiebOlt nonceline oa Will be rt Hazel Green for Afprice with htLdgnartt- At Auguat and NOfecbul Ulc Dal HOCtt1 Oar Masonic Wards The wares d the Masons in this county njeiii reel in the honor roll cf the Hme Journal last weekii follow Charley Cravens Mizpahli 507 is in the printing oilice Iu i dada Stamper Cox 404 is iu dc medics fence the same lodge has jj Eliza hand Herbert Reynolds j i in kindergarten Blanch Fulks i I I the Mcond grade Louise Napier in1aI the l10urtb grade Gertrude Slam j 8tnm1lperdI Lodge No 75 shows Dora LOe1j ly in the eighth grade IndeeJ proudjIII Vctderial Skin Salve Buckler Ania Salvo is knowu jII everywhere nt the best remedy I j made for all oieeases of the skin und also for lurns bruises and j boil Reduces inflammation and j is soothing sad healing Jf Saaa man publisher of News of Corn tine N Cwrittfi bat csio box- htlp6d i his sericts ekinltlmmt rf ether remodies failJedi Olnly5 loinmended by all dealers Ad Sebastian WithdrawsIThe iitat Liberty Courier has aij f cardmfrom James H Sebastian off i I thatlnlace Withdrawing from th3 j race Representative Uy reason iof he eligibility on nCCClat d being C fcity Ccart clerk In the card he kcks his friends for the support pnlFfred him and then is uo doubt but hes off the track But liB he his not written us to withdraw hie iiaae and the card was not requested to be copin we await his cfficial eay BO Since tLe nbcve was typed we have been convinced that there is I no mistake abou in Rheumatism Qui My sistere husband tack of rheumatism iu i writes a well topwu re I Newton Iowa ehiotta of Chamberlain inimeut whiff hse next mornwt enImntiEmiter I dvI+ SpaneA I oldireligiouei 0 1Little Pih Hurst on hea irii- a chair thrnciit the service at the end cf which he embraced religion J Jbd requested to be baptized by lircinereicij Being too weak tor walk he ww carried to Stillwater I cifek rend there received the rite cf baptism tB prescribed in theI ritual cf the Baptist church 3f t fndigesrIcasufferer I ft J I Death of L P Hall- I P ilull A May tow know fIE thc i Carder and ormeriy 1 straiiser died at that 1plu u Sunday morning about 10 oclok of acute lk hbm it is thotiirit There are some peculiar features surrounding his illness and demise if reports are reliable rd Wf tl the tale as told us One night last week while returning frcr Mt Sterling Mr Hall and a man wh had gene ID the city with him ran the buggy into a ditch Hall Leiac unable to extricate himself the man with him called to a citizpn near ty for aid The latter bar ried ti te scene but when he gt there feard io one but Hall and ihe helplts the other man having decamped He a Mr Kobiiis we believe rescued Mr Hall from his toIto Maytovn Dr s G Spra jg tk charge of him dressed1 a hand badly 1 Iruieed or neonates and ad ministered to his other needs Ai HetJt Mr Hams erects di = closed that his 30 watch all money he lad rr him and SI1 i wurth vLsly had disappeared Parties w cart here Sunday rd purchased a vfiu cf J T Day r fated the jrcumstances substan tially as we print them Mr Hai jwas buried Monday at Maytowu Later Since the above was put I thelfellowI tonnearby farm house and went to bedsaying not a word about the man in distress Mr Hall lay iu the ditch all night exposed to the rain and cold and when taken to deplorableIstatewjiiekeyi that killed the pocr man without doubt IFor the Weak and Nervous Tiredcut weak nervous u and womtr wucld fei fejido the feceitle thlg take Electric Bitter better for the iUmacb kidneys Thousands owe their lives to this vM brine remedy Mrs 0 J tal Center NY Electric Etttrs neat frgetfeJJ bottle yourself and see what a difference it will make in your hualth Only 50c and if 1 00 llea Upend ed by all dealers AWBnBBment- Elected Cynthiana Principal IProf Ilirliert 1 Cordon of Mrs Vm H trdcf tbls city and fTinerly ijitfcdcnt cf Cords Ctl aslbeenI j i I High Schuoi for the past year HitII elected Principal of the Cyntniana City Schools at a meeting of the Board cf Education in that city t week to succeed Prof A H ickswho goes to Paris was selected out of 38 is a graduate of rsity and has BEiderabl patience as a her Previuew hiit selection agresident of Cord lustitute tae Principal of the lml Nigh School and made an enviable rep titation He has n host of friends who will be interested to learn of his success Mt Sterling Gazette 1100 JiEWAADf 100 pleasedf curedJ stapes nownknown to the medical fraternity Catarrh being ncouttitioucl liteae requires a con 4 ttilntioDI treatment Ualiatarrh Cure i taken iuttrunlly acting directly upon the j blood and mucous surfaces of the ytttn thereby Destroying the foundation of the bybuildingnature ijdi its work The proprietors j Lave to TJ faith in its curative powers thit they itvt One Hundred Dollars fur any ease iLcit it fils to cure vend fire list of1 QICO Toledo O told by alt Druggists- n sake JiallV Family 1ills for ccLHipatioj The Herald and LjahrHle Dailj Hr aid both one year InfJM t I I CTORIAJ For Infants and Children II The Kind You Have 1 Always Bought Bears the- Signature i of In- Use For Overj Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THE cu tu Gcrrar 11tH YO cmr- t Citizens of the CountryHA- VE YOU CONSIDEIEDTIIEGREATCONYENIENCEOF OUR NEW MAILING SYSTEM JA CELS POST 1 When the housewives of the Helechawa road the Campton road the Grasy radrr th Maytown road discover in the afternoon that 1 they llav Df coffe sugar etc etc for next days use all you have to dJ vtfiijfjiAdiug money for payment and the few cents post V rrpet the necessities in next days mail 1 iciah of i pake FlourtYou dont know what good bread is unless youve tried this flour with iii i f BREAD BAKING POWDERS SON EL GREEN i IIMERY r CP AND Flap4 LINE 1- I IRECT FROMf d FA I + S CENTER EO LADIES SES and CHILD IlE S READY MABmjDRESSES f Underwear Hosiery lances and Ems broiderieries Latest Notions It Novelties Call and see my Pattern Hats o Miss FALAY LONG Come To My Storefo- r DRY GOODS NOTIONSBO- OTS AND SHOES AND HATS AND CAPS an line of GR CETCONLY DRUG STQpN THE COUNTY HARDWAREIi I and FARMING IMPLEMENTSI 1We also handle a complete line of COFFINSand CASKETS J TAYLOR DAY J I J jJ TS