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H '7 0 fcrl 'zputar, Most Widely Created and Most Qjoied Paper in the Kentucky Mountains. " 2i, 1011 $1.00 3 YeHf 'r. AdVSP.CS. TWENTY-EIGHT- YEAR. HAZEL CtREEN, WOLFE COUNTY, KENTUCKY. THURSDAY, MAY NUMBER 43. tJ OHIO 5 KENTUCKY R. R. Time Table May , 1913 SOUTH BOUND STATIONS. Dcily A. ML-.A.- Kentucky's Consolidated Schools ' liiy ti saLday I 55 As wet weather has put farmers behind in work corn hoeinp is the order of the day here. G. W. Buchanan and daughter ' ' Stillwater Sparkles. A Nervous Woman ' Finds Relief Frorrr Suffering. Women who Suffer from extreme nervousness, often rn.lure much suffering before finding any relief. Mrs. Joseph Snyder, of Tiffin, O.', had such an experience, regarding which she says: j Six racmth- 3 Licking Jl.ter Liberty Uoad Index , Maloae Welle... Stacy Fork.. 31 20 C n'32 11 40 u3 Xwjs ':aoey Adele JBelechawa Lee City Robe Fork Hampton Wflhnrsl Ctncei Ci:y. 11 12 10 15 50 12 57 15 S3 15 41 12 86 1 1 I t on " 60 6 41 ( IT UILDREN arc Tory much like tlieir parents. They do enjoy a good time .my one room seboolhouKe. ...... coi)KCi.ial people of tlieir own age. no matter how tine it may be, the chaticcs are that there will be very Tt'xv In the miner ckiiIpk. Tliei.0 older children crave comnan. , V intiMliit. !iml nTin ilrnn nnr nf (.plinnl .... . tir ntnr ri:ivnn.. In fact it is nor- af.. "" I' v". w. . '" cunversatiwiiH like the follow lug all untiHun! U overhear "What's the matter? You ain't going to &top school?" "Yes; I'm goin to Mop. I'm past fifteen." "But you ain't through school yet?" "Noj I know I -- - -,' 1111 r fS 0 00 9 Z2 02 88 "VaneJere TVoien .t 04 K Jnsitjoa Jackson .. 2; 0 . t IS 32 40 M J -- . . I 1 1 - Myrtle are visiting the formers brother Alex, of Menifee countv. , i it. .1 ,wno is very low wiiu uruutv CliffordiHalEey wab in this sec ' tion today trying hit luckin efcep j trader. He is J. C. Barker of this piace fill-- c his appointment at Meadow branih Sunday. G. T. Center made a business, . Q n,. ni.fl lllji IU t l.CAIillUU,, UiJC Vii.J nci week, returning Saturday. -- h. - ) Jjgjk as Uufag 1 Vf Tariff ing 1 pells, a coJO, clammy feeling, could net stand tion U Sill.B c. : I .: :..., Avy ;!" u ellghtert At time? I would almott fly to piece stoma tli very the nole weak Arr r P. Dr.il y ?r vi "Z T ORTH BOL'SD .Dailv STATIONS I Licking Eher .. Liberty Road Index Malone "Wells- -. j , sccaay 1 j. IP..M. A: 10 ril A'AM 7 2S 12 cC 12 S 7 22 Linkous made a busing trip to Valeria one day last vrox. J. R. Hollou ard G. W. Lovelace are this week gathering wool for the Riverside mills. Frank Cecil spent Saturdaynifcht with Harold Barker, and they both visited Holly Sunday, of course, t O. B. mj Ufct( ur.til 1 'akinjj rnttd Sly cr Nir. o . ml I bean bcttlo I l.ud t. 'lied the vtiis ntittly cun-- ' MHS. JOSUI'II SNYDEH. 5 2C2 Jludron Ft . Tlnin OIucA fit I)r. jmpioc Iewis Oaney Stacy Fork Cannel City Adele.. Helechaws 12 12 12 11 30 10 C see 50 40 04 28 21 their beet girlB. .f ain't, but I'm tireO to death of goin' to school exery day with a big buncb of and about for signers to their petiC 00 little kids. 1 don't like the boys to see me walkin' with nil those youngster tions, as it takes mest all the 6 54 ' ii .ts tnggin' along the road with me. I'm goin' to stop tomorrow." 6 t. r;t to Eigu. 6 lioae Fork If parent would only question their Lbildieu of school age carefully they voters CO C Hampton ......... 11 30 would soon gain their In.lhidtiul viewpoint. The child's viewpoint may not There will be work at this place 5 t'J ..... 11 24 Vilhnrst 6 cl 11 18 Vancleve.M.. at once, as the Pipe Line company 6 45 11 12 Trozen... is going to build a power house on ilAK Jocetion 10 57 - 5 29 5 20 10 45-Jackkou..... Demund Doings. the S. C. Roeo faYm, and the MounA.M.Ly P.M. AMLt De.mj'.ni), Ky , May 26. for the we'I tain Oil Co. is looking DTyes Leares Dly ex Sccdzy SUDUfiJ come To the Editor of 1 he Hekald. on the M. E. O'Hcir farm to In addition to tie aboTe, Sunday train in at any hour, and r.rpiug fcr L Dear Sir: Will vcv. c:v ept.cfr . mike conwill leave Jacknn ut 5.1C p. .. good one as it has been a hard cne m your paper for my nection at O. A K. Junction v..th L KiTcr, in in Vn ? ml run 10 LickiDC H then ar is a nrCJftg1--- L. The Hekald to drill. ming tterr at 7.21 p a and w 0 p. it"" , at t up ic. turntoCati.e-C:jin ' and Willie Row. J. D. 9t it- i L.0ONLEY, caiBe!oiewatMobetheflrrt to (Jen'l M'iasfr. two of our bDitliug trader,, Grer.b was at the Your , from court one day Ia6t week 3 ,ckwa ter fca.nay a . the bought some sheep and cov,s church where there -- m ,. large fore they got home. Of course the we behaved crowd. Elder W. P. The Boy Who Saves ooye arn jii gvuu neon. Hahey and others preachGd some Blaokeye Ivery mterting sermon in in May 30. His Money Today Middle Cillmore Midgets morning, and at 3 o'clock in thoWill l)e the Ma BUSINESS Undo Charles Fallen, who has afternoon a large crowd met at th& graveyard, Man of Tomorrow. been sick for tometime, is no bet Uncle Logan Murphy ATHLETICS, MAYSLICK CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL. MASON CO. find heid service there. White ter at present. we were ihere the news camo that be well taken; but, nevertheless, it is bis or her xiow point mid therefore haa We, therefore, urge ev.ry Montie Gose of Salem wee vieit-iu- g John Hall was dying yesterday value. 11 In always good poliey to SUGAR COAT EVERY EDUCATIONAL workine boy in Wolfe PILL. The tmiall school can never afford the pleasure and the exhilaration her grandmother, Aunt Frankie morniuc at Maytown. county to start an which large numbers of children of the same school age can give. The big Kash, Sunday. consolidated schools are particularly tstroug in this hold upon the older pupilo. What has become of Uncle Samr ',"V now with the Rcnnie GibbB and wife and John the poet? We would like to hear Childers and wife were visiting the from him: we are always glad to Mrs J. H Trimble nas been very latter'e parents, C. C. Gillespie aud thhA hf. wit. H. D. rcounliy Correspondence, sick for a few days. wife of Consolation Saturday night Bestffiedicine for Colds.' Misses Nannie and Eva Buch and Sunday. Wb6n a druggist recommends a anan of Stillwater were guests of Oar bank Mrs. Emma Wilson of Red river remedy for colds, throat and lung Misses ZMa and Ruth ChJders on was visiting her parents, Hoilis troubles, yon can feel sure that Lexre Locals is your Let's enJohn H. Rose, wife and daughter Sunday. what he is talking about. Gibbs and wife Sunday. bank. joy tke C. Lower, druggiBt, of Marion, 0.r Angeline, and Coon Arnett and Mrs. N. G. Maloney haB teen Tip Ferguson visited his father-in-la- writes of Dr. King's New Discovwife of Hazel Green were viBiting quite sick for the past week with keaefits. Rev. Leander Lacy of Adele, ery : "I know Dr. King's New Disthe latter'a brother, A. B. James, something like la grippe. covery is the best throat and Sunday. and wife Sunday. I sell. It cured my wifo-o- f Mrs. J. P. Robb accompanied by Mrs. Curtis Wilson wbb visiting a severe bronchial cold after alt Mies Miranda Spencer of Mala- her little granddaughter, Virginia her narentB. Holly Carpenter and n,hfir remedieB failed." It willr do- . with her ga is Bponding a few days Smith, Bpent Sunday afternoon at wife at mouth of Grassy, Satur-,;b- e same for you if yon are t n Tt P T rtHMjfQM ;..r, Twh a rolrl or Biv bronc. sister, Mrs. Willi Little. the home of W. S. Trimble. day and Sunday, is still in a very throat or lung cough. Keep ft boK Aunt Juda Wills Misses Mollie and Grace Lacy Stella Taulbee is this week with tie on hand all the time for every t. i uu i nl hn v f critical condition ; no better. gave a social to ine young iui her mother, Mrs. Martha Gilley of one in the family to use. xi i. Mapel, who haB been ouc ana Mrs. Willie Saturday nignt. this creek Grassy, who iB dangerouBly ill of KnrriArinntor. by I'nce dealers. A all past two weekB, Guaranteed very sick for the Floyd HaJsey, who is logging for dropsy of the heart. THE HAZEL 6REEN BANK is now some 'better. Imperial Hotel Boraed Cow Boy. E. M. RuBsell on Busy branch, Mav 27.' Mrs. Floyd Hollon epeut Tues- spent Sunday witn home folks on H. PATTON, Catbler. It. The Imperial Hotel at Jac ED F. CECIL, Prldent. day with her grandmother, Aunt Murphy fork. Prompt and Effectual Cue was burned to the ground Host for Baa uoiub. o clock. Ko-HJuda Wills. J. G. Trimble went to the head When you have a bad cold yon morninc about3:30 injured, bu Lick wae burned or Aunt Polly JameB of the of Red river on business Saturday. want a remedy that will not only one spent Sunday with her nn'thinu was saved. branch a prompt, ana G. Trimble soiu a aice uoito give relief, but eilect laughter, Mis. J. H. Trimwe. The Imperial was erected abon a. a& iiiiiiiBa a remedy ihat is 0. f c, ,& Green colt to W.ll.e Hampton ihflt fifteen years ago, and wee the next Q;to a crowd from Hazei Rebhe. nothing injurious. Chamber- tains May 6. , attended cturcb at the Johnson . - .. f I. . . b uougn iiemeuy .rf-.all J.. lain Williams ot iiatrt"ii o , , CpWPll .., , THE HAZEL GREEN' ECCOlJ hMB9 on this creek traday. .. . unr-tnr cfunn.,"""" rr,nirom.nfq a.m...- . Up UlUli &&GUI a jjiyuwx WlfB IHI ' Mrs. Claik Cecil, Lou Ward Lula I HERALD. STmtres plans, relieves the lunge, aids county tnre's lntrtrfltinn. rmpns the bcCretioDB ceo the Imperial was ..conducted by Evane, Clemma Lacy, James Lacy, 12 Infants and Chalditc Per the system to a heaithy Jnhn Fralev, formerly t fsogand E. A. Johneon aDd Lillian JohnThe Kind You Have Always Beught c:.(I '.". This remedy has a world ton, who removed fr- r.i Ji Lpn to son among them. ms Be. : u. e : ..d.npe, andean always W'St L'berty to encr.ge in the oiL Miss Nai.cy Sample of Hazel Hears the !be depended upon. Fold vy a:J tu::-teB- . . """ Signature of reen is Eei!aing a ie dealers. Advxtisv.-eittyday.homefolk on this creek. 00 ' I : 7 04 GKCB.NDALE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL. Candidates ere hustling around Msny renudic: arc recommended!' for diseases of the nervous system that fail to produce results because they do not reach tin seat of the Dr Miles' Nervine has trouble. proven it value in such cases so 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 a receive no benefit. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, IrKt- - 'rf I1 & Da-l- y 111 ? -- t J 1 ,.. n, be-.- (l . af ro of cc-con- nt tataEfiM k feSj j J f s K lung-'medicin- e The man who prepares himself for the rainy aay won't be left out in the cold. .W-- " . e Nyj sunqaimmm L .aeMl $1,00 subscrip tion to will now pay for a I j. &3, -- "j.o jisfor all the. months, and at this old price we should add 500 names in 60 davs. Send ,your Iiame and $1.00 CASTOR A 2U&. W ' .. - . - - uj WV '& t fF it w . . v - - " tofc4 - -- L V-is- & m 4 Hazel Green Herald 8PENCER COOPER, Proprietor. HAZEL GREEN. KENTUCKY. 1b M rMnKTv a r a.. slogan. "Starve the fly" much the better Is a CSTING PUCE of LSsiFOUNDER V im hwb Every baseball team vlnncr Just now. hats are not sold pennant f rMniAi nv Li'ivnins. tsm ic Women will wear smaller hats, but by the square foot, i New York's spring cleaning will cost $28,000. It will be dirt cheap at i that. Announcement of the centenary of Ue silk hat reminds us that the good die young. VU'w -- S1 V. '"-Jjj- "!! ow, nesn , . oe cc.. . .. . ... ueyjiq or priue trousers Helping the Little Fellow. The United Shoe Machinery Con pany is the only real obstacle to the formation of a shoe trust. We help the small manufacturer to start In business and Keep going. He could not afford to buy and care for his machines, hut he can afford to lease them on the terms we gi'.-him based on the number of shoes he makes an average of less than 2 cents a pair and let us keep them up to' date. That is a fair arrangement. Some of the big fellows don't like our system, because they think we ought to give them special rates. But the little fellows 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 factories anywhere and no prosperous factories in small towns Tho United Shoe Machinery Co, e 2-- 3 Boston. Mass. Adv. j Even a person without much other culture may point proudly to his appendicitis scar. California man Is breeding strlDed rats, but what kind of liquor he Is U1"E is not stated. A lw maanaaHCBrJv., v K?35siiS53TrYi ffllMlgtW" chau. b&zm&z&5m?s',rz, m&mssi v Easy Marks. Souip men haven't any more caution when they happen to get a little money, than to show it to tho family New York Press. !'. am . ""y-"s.--y- 4TXtt& or rrotiVA the lOdAir place of J IjJM auc. 1 .jmmbeszk-;"".?- - ... .. " 'I "CI H H I .aHan j, gajgrLrtawFiiaPK: . . nr r.TtniKirmxr'.nr. BHBiiiiiBnr im in i I .PI li r". '"-- , , .1 wheat Preh eupplv Mp. now on kaiui at your grocer. Autin' His; Ruck- -' Adv. There are no new names to call the umpire, of course, but then there are alwavs 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 going right on slmpllfjlng words that refuse to be simplified. our Civil w ar heroes none is more heavily banked with flowers on Decoration day than the tomb of Gen John A Igan. This remembrance- would oe entirely expiuinauiu bj the circumstance that Y the commander of the Armj of the Tennessee was not only one of the foremost military leaders of the I'nlon army, but was ex cep lonaIl popular with his soldiers, enoagh of whom are still living to Injure lavish offerings of flowers on "each recurring holiday, without any dependence whatever upon expressions of g.atitude from a rising generation. However, there Is yet another Incentive, quite aside from this common patriotic Impulse which goes to explain this exceptional Moral tribute to General Logan, ami which makes it stem especially appropriate This is found In the fact, all too often overlooked, that General Logan was the founder of Memorial day as we observe it in the present era The claim is made, apparentlj with perfect thai the fundamental Idea of Memorial day originated in the south, worn where a number of en inaugurated, immediately after the close of the war. the prictlce of devoting &ome chosen day in the spring to the decoration with flowers of the grates of the fallen soldiers Federal and Confederate alike 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 majont of the states of the Union. There had been no general celebration and no fixed date until in 186!) General Logan, then acting as commander-in-chie- f of the Grand Army of the Republic, took the initiative and Issued an order fixing May 30 as the date for the annual Memorial day exercises and calling upon every G. A. R. post in the country to engage in fitting ceremonies and scatter tokens of regard oer the last resting places of their former comrades In arms. It Is predicted that ere many years there will be general adoption throughout 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 Independence in connection with Fourth For the present, of July exercises. however. General Logan's recognition in this connection consists in special services at his tomb, and, as has been nlained, an exceptional profusion of iiowers, 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 reference 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 lhe national cemetery connected with the United States Soldiers' home, near Washington. D. C. Among the thousand 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 Hera! designs are sent from lst A It patriotic tions in OF parts of the country, particularly and various posts and organiza- Shows Webster Wasn't Infallible. "I looked up the word 'brat In the dictionary," says Mr. I'ozo.zle, "and find It is marked Obs.. meaning 'obsolete.' Noah Webster was right about a 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 reply. "Look here, old man, you re out of think that those Zeppelin airships are dangerous contrivances to those on board. Our respect for China is considerably enhanced by the Information that the Chinese do not eat chop suey. Archaeologists announce that Egypt fought a money trust 4.000 years ago. And look at what happened to Egypt! There Is reason to state General Logan represented In the Cnlted States senate after the close of his military career The fact that General Logan's last resting place Is from Illinois, which June." HOSTRIIFC 2fZ2&. ZOG&2T 2ti7LB a thereby providing a bheiter for elaborate floral pieces, has also seemingly had an influence in Inspiring this form of tribute The vault is constantwith such pieces, including representations of flags, corps budges 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 closely counterfeit nature's most delicate product in ly filled vault, 'T5 f Is There be those who maintain that It cheaper to treat yourself to grapefruit every day than to pay doctor bills n Egvpt had graft scandals, a Dertll-Iosystem and lots of other things. Including gestures that cannot be lml- Tlw suggestion has been made to have the man given away, too, at weddings. If covly done, it will be a triumph. It may be true that music makes hair grow on bald heads, despite the Uio : war--raa- t. kind-hearte- I fact that kullcap. As for Klchard Warner wore a rabbits, turtles, guinea pigs, etc. inoculation with some form of gertn seems to be the badge of all the tribe. f Ml. A dispatch says "lobsters are to have state protection." 'Tls well to protect some lobsters for proper annihilation An actresb advises girls to wear hats to make a hit with men. Tho advice is so shrewd as to be fair-ldiabolical. bat-plnle- ss y Wife of a millionaire eloped with a butcher. Probably had extravagant tastes and wanted meat three or four times a day. eastern woman claims she would rather be very thin than otherwise. At least she takes a broad outlook of the situation. An yr, f clothes are worn primarily for orna" ment. Then how floes be account for the derby hat' "ig According to a Chicago professor. Velasquez potiaii has been discovannouno-e- d ered In London. But It Is not who painted it. announced that a new S. cup In China the breaking of a In means an oath of brotherhood. American restaurant it means one an from the proprietor. What has become of the man who used to write to the .newspapers to say that "woman s sphere is at home"? propose organBoston college girls chain of don't wed clubs but ising a limited. the membership will be to girls over slity. Limited has an New York. It is reported, houses of apartment Sort workers and confidence game many flats and sharps, as It oi too were must be a lot of poor ; shots e ft old world. uibpi." ""- - who out of every ten noblemen inveigle heiresses come to America to matr'age. fall as fortune hunters. There guard over it, is an old war cannon, and a few steps beyond the visitor enters a labvrinth of low hedge, formed from the sweet-scentebox. 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 speakers occupy a rostrum conforming in Its memorial pillars to the architecture of the gatewaj already mentioned, and the orator of the day never fails to ' make reference to the cemetery's most distinguished occupant and the part he plaved in giving to the nation one of Its most significant holidays. Following the general program special services are held at the Logan vault, these bervlces 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-in-chief- , or one or another of the associations made up of natives of the state of Illinois. The place of honor at these services Is al- - j ways accorded to Mrs. John A. Logan, the widow of the general. Persons who have visited the Lo- -' gan tomb in the past and who return for this year's Memorial day exercises will find one important change in the surroundings. Occupying a site Just I across the road and overlooking the ! there has lately been completed ' largest and most Important build-Ing of the United - States Soldiers' I home Grant hall, as tne new struc- Automatic Water Finder, ture has been named In honor of the ' No thoroughly reliable automatic Union leader, is a splendid marble , water finder has yet been discovered, structure that will cost, with Its fur-- A peculiarly designed magnetic needle nlshlngs. close to one and one-hal- f has been employed for years, but is million dollars. It is designed for In- -' by no means Invariably successful. mates of the home, and a large pro-- ! One designer has employed electricity portion of the windows in the big In connection with magnetism In the building will command a view of the form he not quite correctly designated last shelter tent of General Logan and galvanism, but his results have met the flora! tokens banked behind Its with much criticism. It Is wiser not Iron gates. to depend upon any of the advertised It ma perhaps, strike the reader as mechanical water or mineral finders, a trifle odd that there should be need so far as to make financial investment of a new building to enlarge the quar- In them, at this stage of our know!- ters of a soldiers' home, whereas the i edge of the subject. old soldiers In the national and state Aeroplane Frightens Grouse. homes In all parts of the United States Complaint has been made on the are rapidly responding to their last roll call. The explanation of the sit- grouse moors in the Glenesk district uation at the institution on the heights of Forfarshire, Scotland, that the beyond Washington Is found In the grouse fly away at the noisy approach fact that this refuge is absolutely of an aeroplane, and it is feared that unique among all the soldiers' homes there will be a great migration of The military authorities state In our land. Whereas the other homes birds are supported by the national or 6tate that the experience of aviators as havens for volunteer where is that the birds will become veterans (principally of the Civil war) accustomed to the presence and noise when overtaken b ill health or ad- - of ) areoplanes. and thenceforward vancir.e war the institution vhere.wil. i.ot inlnrate one-third ' ! con-tom- b e 1 1 appearance The Logan toAb is near the main entrance to the cemetery, and is hpproached through a massive monu mental xateway, the white pillars of which brar the names of a number of the republic's military heroes. Beside the vault, as though standing - General Logan bleeps is Intended only for enlisted men who served in the regular army and without regard to which war they saw service in or, for that matter, whether they saw service in any war Not onlv has ti.ls home no connection with an of life volunteer homes, national or state, but it receives no :ip propriation from the government, wholly maintained by the enllstt'i 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 Is the forerunner of all the soldiers' homes. now scattered acrobs the country from Virginia to California, having been k established ten jears before the of the Civil war. That the ho.ne Is a decidedly prosperous institution may be inferred from the fact that it has several million dollars to its cridlt In the United States treasury, and Its buildings, largely of white marble, are set in grounds comprising more than 500 acres of beautiful of a land that cost about million dollars, and Is maintained as a park with recreation grounds, pavilions 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 is entitled to a .home in this institution unless, mayhap, he has been disabled by wounds or disease in th"e service and in the line of duty. He must also from the be honorably discharged 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 range all the way from twenty-fou- r 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 siderably more than 300 of them par-thtlclpated in the Civil war. bu-mcut-brea- coroner "Don t July about it." "It is not often that one gets th better of your August personage.' "Ha! now you think that you have me Noctober" And then there was work for the ( Diplomatic Team. was introduced into a certain district of India by a clergyman from England, who hoped that the game would foster a manly spirit. AH went well, according to the author ot "A Little Tour In India.' the boys became keen and a match was arranged with a neighboring school. Then the clergyman gave his team 15 rupees ($4.80) to spend "on new bats, or whatever would be most useful." When the day came, the team turned out for the match full of quiet confidence, but with all their old accouter-men'- a. "Why." asked the padre, "what have you done with those 15 rupees I gave you?" "Well, sir," said the cap-tain, "we thought It beet to spend it They won. all on the umpire. Cricket Autocratic Englishmen. One of the reasons why English is expected to become a world wide language is that English people refuse to learn another. For instance, at Muscat, at the entrance to the Persian gulf, there lived for many years an Englishman, supposed to be the only, or the only. British resident on the 1.500 miles of Arabian coast line from Aden to Koweit It would seem that be could hardly have escaped knowing Arabic. Yet he confessed that he could not speak a dozen words of that language. "But how do you carry on 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 who have mental work to perform, day after day, have found a better capacity and greater endurance by using Post-urinstead of coffeo. An Ills. Woman writes: "I had drank coffee for about twenty years, and finally bad what the doctor I was nervous called 'coffee heart. and extremely despondent: bad little mental or physical strength left, had kidney trouble and constipation. "The first noticeable benefit derived from the change from coffee to Postum was lhe natural action of the kidneys and bowels. In two weeks my heart action was greatly improved and my nerves steady. "Then I became less despondent, and the desire to be active again showed proof of renewed physical and mental strength. "I am steadily gaining in physical strength and brain power. I formerly did mental work and had to give it up on account of coffee, but since using Postum I am doing hard mental labor with less fatigue than ever before." Name given by Postum Co., Battle n Creek, Mich. Postum now comes in new concentrated form called Instant Postum. It Is regular Postum, so processed at tho factory that only the soluble portions are retained. A spoonful of Instant Postum with hot water, and sugar and cream to taste, produce instantly a delicious beverage. Write for the Ifttle book. "The Road to Wellville." "There's a Reason" for Vostum. 9 A t--j -- J A. .. . ' IS WISE LEGISLATION TOLEY KIDNEY RICH IN CURATIVE WOm pniaN QUALITIES WORKING OF UNDERWOOD TARIFF WILL BENEFIT COUNTRY. American Manufacturers, Second to None, Are Sure to Risa to the Occasion and Maintain the Nation's Supremacy. BAOKACHK. KIDNEYS RHEUMATISM. LADDER Make the Liver Do its Duty Nine times in ten when the liver it right the stomach and bowels are right. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS gently but firmly com pel a lazy liver do its duty. Cures Coo-b'pation. In BIVtK PILLS. digestion, JP Sick Head&ch. and Distress After Eating. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRKX Genuine must bear Signature Thai tba American manufacturer, spurred by a competitive tariff to greater activity to retain control of bis home market, will increase his efficiency to such an extent that he will make new trade conquests abroad, u tiie prediction of the Democratic members of the bouse ways and means committee who framed the Underwood tariff bill. The report signed by the fourteen members of tbe committee hiis licvi. presented to the bouse, ilo-estimate that for j oar follow Ins the passage of tbe bill tn receipts of the government will be less than the disbursements by 00(1. To meet this deficit the n otne tax has been framed and It Is estimated the revenue from this tax vvii: he J70.125.000. According to the committee's estl-i.a.- . the customs revenue from the I inlet wood bill will be $37,896,000 less tiiuu the customs receipts from the ", 'ti "CARTERS V I J 'k ftssjNaaVSBflBaSgyafjal dHLta1 aasBBBBBBBBBSBBHBBiisflBBSB&SBBKssBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi'- agjPlBBRKBIBSSBBBy'jPKLa ril 2 ail 'BssKaaiBBBBBBBBsvBBMaBBBBBBBBBBBBBi aTTy J& ! 7VsalHHMHfiaM:ilr!i) " i! HkW.v mm ill! : ' , '- Jsl?aBBBBBBK2'TTOB7BaBBBBBBBBBV-.-- V' Je t P ft m viwaa- MniifcvnnW'Kr''rTThT1ll lliiif ajsasM ASSfe.,,. , Elk9vnTTMlm3klaS II " ... sBlvB 'W lb. t'avne law in 1912 &, t 't i HOW A BIG TIRE AND RUBBER COMPANY TAKES CARE OF EMPLOYEES - i f- Provides Beautiful Homes at Cost Applying on Purchase SCALE OF Rent It is estimated that the chemical iK-nie of the new bill will produce I ; J 'is ..noil as against J12.2aJ,742 in the I'a.ne law, the earthenware schedule, Jt.iy7.lr00 as against $11,156,221. metal schedule, $15,549,000 as against il7.3lrt.221. wood schedule. $898,000 ir-- against SJ.042.S31. bugar schedule. iHMl.-jiinias against $50,951,000, tobacco schedule, $26,002,000 as agalnBt 2.'..r.71.i)oi; agricultural schedule. $21.- r.r.oon as against $34,146,000; spirits. i2l.eS7.tioo as against $17,409,000; cotton. $ll.2.-7.0y- 0 as against $11,085,000; oa. hemp and Jute. $15,977,000 as iSiuiiM Ji9.062.000; wool. $12,744,000 as agai-is- t $.'7,072,000. silk. $16,212,000 as against J13.6H5.000. pulp and paper. $2,957,000 as against $4,SS6,000; sundries. J59.952.000 as against $26.- ) SPECIAL TO WOMEN Do you I4 drinking water cures and prevents cholera, diarrhoea, and other chick diseases. On Mc. bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine At all druggists. Sample and booklet on ''Diseases of Fowls" sent FRER. Bourbon Rmedy Co. Uxtaflaa. It. of BOURBON POULTRY down a chick's throat enrea gapes. A few drops In tho VZr of women are now using realise the fact that thousand 9a 1. 0(10 WAGES CONSTANTLY INCREASING Untrained Men and Women Earn Amazing Wages After Few Weeks of Service 2,000 More to Find Employment 1 ; t By D. R. HINCKLEY When the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. lias completed the two new factory addition It l fiow building, ltn working force will be Increased to S.tvl. and places will be made for will 2.000 more workers The additions the working floor space of the fac- square feet tory to .Tu. Theee flsure. are used to sraphlcally summarize the Kiouth of Goodyear fromnothing In 1VN to the laitfest single ompany In the world engaged In rubber laiiiifacture today. Akron. Ohio, with Its dozen odd rubber factories and other Industries, Is recognized the country over as an Indus- Its population has gtown trial marvel xrom less man to nearly nv.vov More than half of in twenty year Akron's heads ol families ate home own- ers The rubber Industry stimulated "by the enormous demand for tires for automobiles and othei motor vehicles, has sjrown by leaps aid hounds, and Akron has grown with It. building up a busy city out of a vliiage and taking a commanding place In Ameilcan Industry-Akropas a mlllTon and a half dollais a month in wages The average monthly wape by Goodyear emp eyes. Including men. women and apprertlces, for inO. was J.'3?S. for 1911 was $57 IS: for 1312 was J'W.3"). Anions the 6") Goodyear employ s. atiout IV) are women Goodyear Company officials dtclare that the aerage for 1912 will be still higher Who Will Own These Homes? wj r n ainl How Mr. Selberlint, Favors Factory Workers have Some Important pnmleins worked out In the Immense Akron fac- transaction." F A. rielherling President of the tories The plan as worked out will mean a Goo4year Company, believes that every raving for men who buy homes that range family should lie enabled to own Its home. from $0"' to C.ofiO. according to the size Mr Sclbrrltng has the reputation of liv- ff the house. This saving Is based upon ing up to his beliefs, and in this matter regular Akion teal estate prices lie has made no exception. Tills is wlit No "Occupational Diseases" j Mr. lelterlliiR did. The uoodyear plant lies at tne eastern doodyear factory buildings are modern, edge of the city Mr Selberllivg purchased 4J0 seres of land nt farm prices This with plenty of light: pure, cold drinking conhe had platted Into lots; then streets water, ample sanitation and forking care were laid out. then trees were planted, ditions as agreeable aa mo.ey and "occupaand a small lake within the allotment, can make them. There ar no Industry he gave with Its grounds to, the city aj tional diseases" In the ruober earn J3.50 to $3.(0 a day. Men of skill a park and playground. Thrrn Mr Seloerlliic asked 1or plans for FIxpert tire makers are developed In from -- figuring on groups df 100 houses four to six weeks. Hundreds of men from houses at a lime. The plans soon followed. The small towns, untralntd, unaccustomed to first hundred houses are to be built at vages greater than $1.50 per day, have once, as soon as spring opens. The homes come to the Goodyear plant, and soon will range up and down In price and In enabled themselves to earn from $150 to elegance, but all of them will be modern, $1.50. All these things have contributed beautiful and really homey. Contracting ta Akron's unique Industrial position. In spread 107. when financial difficulties for houses by the hundred obtain a over the country. th Akron rubber fac- prfce. rock-bottom to ko to Goodyear Tbese house hi workmen at futtiHl '9t, farm land cost - an.! pro rata cot fur houses for the lotcontracted In 100 lots The workman hls choice j ply fioves Into the house of . the rent. and pay the equivalent of In thN ase. applies on the purchase of his home In ten years a Goodyear family man accustomed to paylux rent glides Into the on neiMilp of a beautiful modern home certainly It almost without know In without feeling the cost Think what It will mean to these fortunate families to suddenly wake to the realization that their home Is their own j Of the four hundred and fifty acres of land purchased, every acre Is available jur the Goodyear family allotment. All the land will be de eloped as the demand and glows- - and the beautiful hlllldes valleys east of the Goo.lcar plant will soon be dotted with homes to "I want every Goodvear workman have his own home." says President I. A Helberllng. who has personally made the enormous Investment necessary to develop the allotment plan "I realize thai It Is often an uphill btruggle for the worker to obtain home of his own. especially If he has rent to pay at the same time. My plan is .to convert the rent Into home payments and to provide the homes at cost. My pay? It's a plain matter of are contented Home owners business and make better workmen. The man who enn and will settle down to paying for a home has more character and ability than file man without ambition. So the workbeen man and Company both profit by the slm-brln- g I lories went rlsht on ami Akron became known thecounti ovei as "'the cltv without a panic " The slogan of the local Chamlei of Comtnerc-- Is "Akion Tli City of Opportmittv " A Few Welfare Features lleie ate a few noteworthy features of modern fatiorv management a worked out out the factor An efficient . the Gootlveai HdmiuNlr.Ulve force. Refrigerated well.walei piped throughbv v hospital with doctor and to look after the teller al trained imr'-e"health of woikei and xive prompt treatment to lnuile. however slight A facti'M Ton I loom hi-- i omttiodatiug l,t'. nt one time, where good. Mlbtantlal ' food is sold at actual cost An ef rli lem . and welfare department. to assist teslntieis to -- ce that men have j the work for which thev are lest adapted; j to look Into grleviimes and see that they are adjusttd on a bai "f fair dealing) for the men as well as for the manage- ment. Till department under th direc tion of Mr C It Johnson, has done wonders In building op Gocdjear spirit and welding Goodvear workers Into a r'al famllv with a lovaltv to the Company that withstands almost any crisis ( Employment Bureau In the bureau of emplovuient. red tape Is disiieniil with a far a possible Honal est) of purpose Is the chief . Anil attiacted bv good wages, good, healthful work, and wonderful chant es for the future, workers everv where who want to do better, aie looking toward Akron -Applications, the cltv of opportunity both written and In person 'roin experts - from apprentices from men and from women are pouring In all to be care-flilconldeied bv Mr Johnson Yet so manv are the stations to be flhed and so many are the kinds of work to be done that the position have scan ely begun to led-nttl) he average reductions In duties from the present Payne law to the I'uderwood bill by schedules are as follows Chemicals from 25 to 10 per cent., ennhenvvare. 50 to 33, metals. 34 to -- () wood. 12 to 3, sugar. 4S to 25; agricultural. 29 to 16, spirits. 83.9 to s.: .In. cotton. 45 to 30. tlax. 45 to 20,. wot. I " to IS; silks, 51 to 44; pulp and paper. 21 to 11 Increases. Tobacco. 2 to S5; sundries, 24 to 33 It Is estimated the amount of dutiable importation under the bill would utciease in value from $759,209,915 to $798,956,000. The average duty under the Payne law Is 40.12 per cent., as against an estimated average duty under the I'uderwood bill of 29 60 per cent. l uder the Income tax law It Is estl itateil that 425.000 Incomes, including as well as Individuals, corporation: v. tit be taxable. The greatest amount of revenue, according to the calcula lions will he derived from incomes within the range from $25,000 to $100.-;uii- i Over ion incomes taxable at 1 per cent as well as 1. 2 and 3 per cent Mirtaxes. are included in the eckohillg The income from the tax on theBe imineiiM- - incomes will bring In all told. J5.S20.000. The committee estimates that 126.000 Incomes between Sl.omi and $5,000 will be subject to the per rent. tax. yielding $530,000, According to the estimates, however, tlie greatest number of taxable Incomes will be In the range of $5,000 to JlO.Oou. These will yield to the government. If the expectations of the committee's calculators are borne out by experience, $5,340,000. 'I . 1 ' ' GOODDIGESTigt?- -; IS A Soluble Antiseptic Powder -as a remedy for mucous, membrane af-- fectlons. such as sore throat, nasal 00 pelvic catarrh. Inflammation or ulcer- tlon, caused by female ills? Womea who have been cured say "It Is worth Its welghCln gold." Dissolve In water and apply locally. For ten years tha Lydia E. Plnkham .Medicine Co. baa recommended Paxtine In their privaU correspondence with women. For all hygienic and toilet uses It has no equal. Only 50c a large box at Druggists or sent postpaid on receipt of price. The Paxton Toilet Co., Bosto, Mass. k. u7ie M & 1 i "; .j V V THE BEST SAFEGUARD AGAINST BODILY DISORDERS. FOR A GOOD DIGESTION IS THEBESTSAFEGUARD Thoroughly Ventilatea. "What you need most." said til physician after be had examined the) patient, "is plpnty of ventilation." "(See. doctor." the sick man replied, I've beea "you must be mistaken operated on three times In the last year and a half" To Mothers la This Town. and croajs Children who are delVatt- -. rrm Mother Orax's mill net Powders for Children. They cleans Swert the stomach, act on the liver and are recomA oloaa-mended for complaining children.Mothara remedy for worms fsed by rt.. 12 wars At all Krucxlsts. 2ir Sampla FRKB ddrea. A. 8. Olmsted. La Koy, N. T. Adv. Imm-dlate rllf rrv-rl- ah nt be tilled. These reteni developments have made Goodyeai stand out a a notable example of iiMidern methods of management On the whole, the Goodvear Family Is a happy family. It has ali'ead attracted experts and apprentices from all over the country nnd now there's loom for 2,0ot more! Contentment Is seen on every face the strike, which affected Goodvear least of all. Is settled peace and piosperity now prevail among the Goodyear workers. And all. with the result that the tirs output of the Goodyear factory is th largest In the world. And about the tire. business, other lines of rubber manufacture ar being hull! up to give the great Akron factory a balanced product -- Adv. Church on Historic Site. church, Ixmdon, which occupies tbe site in Ilrook street ot the thieves' kitchen described In "OlI-v.Twist," is to celebrate Its flftteth Do Away With Monopoly. year of existence on June 22. Frota There is no question that In tbe tbe date of Its foundation It has had pant there has been an undue protec- the faithful "Father Stanton watchtion which has fostered monopoly, and ing over its destinies. tha' there have been instances of fa vorilism which were almost criminal. Feh supply Mrs. Austin's Bag BuckIf the Democratic leaders. In their rewheat now on'haDd at your grocers. Adv. arrangement of the tariff schedules, go When you know how a man prays no further than to make an equitable distribution of Ihe burden of taxation you know what kind of a God be beand abolish extortionate duties, thus lieves in. relieving the people without closing . ChUdre. anv factorv doors, the distress of 1893 Mr.. winiw. 8oothmr Byrup rorInnainma- reduces teetnlnu. softens Ibe KMmi.. wlll not be repeated, and the Demo. tlou AlU7paillcur1,wiudcoHclebottljsi cratlc party can remain in power inMany a man gets a reputation of bedefinitely. ing a "good fellow" when he Is going to the bad Protected Workmen Not Afraid. unbridged and perhaps While the To Women S uubrtdgable gap between Republicans and Progressives Is the obvious prl mary cause of the Democratic victory St. Alban's er A .;.;." ' M ' in Th Frencn government is encourag- lng experiments with a new device to protect against hall, essentially a very larg lightning rod of pure copper. jhlch la claimed to affect atmospheric Uctrlclty so that hall stones cannot form. ' Protection Against Hail. I j I Metamorphosis. Safeauardlno. Life and Limb. "Last month Jones suggested my goGerman society of electricians has scheme with nffererl n rnKtlv srold meda! to be ing Into a money-makinawarded annually for the best device him." "And did you embrace the opportuor process produced In any country or limb or pro- - nity?" life i motlng health In the electrical Indus "Yes. and soon found that I was hugging a delusion." ti7. g grebs district. It is right for President Wilson to congratulate and to be on that triumph. It shows that hla nnnnlur mandate is as stronsr as ever. U shows that the old protection bugbears cannot frighten the workmen In certain protected Industries whose protection is cut off or cut down by tbe Democratic tariff bill of 113. the thirteenth Massachusetts con- ' Broken Down? S SJ household Whetbar It's frota businaM earsa. drudserr or ovarfraqoank Strani-th-Sflvtaa- I g S Tonle aad Narvtsai aad i Dr. Pierce's Is racommeooad as sneh. basing bjsaj""1 a" wanaa's nacnKarly Favorite Prescription UvoraanrniHon lu1 - aslgf Ya Dniat W San Y n viLL.,-1- L rf'-J - f i THE HERALD. Vi? k T .". S "- - "A """" " - ryir- -' I Y "f t H PROF. J. R. HACKNEY ' EnteomcVU 3mituA--Trws1- T M L- J t m rtnmnlinata 1UUUUUU mana l HUUIUIIUULIjU mahon. llinun tl -- wv TdtlmnUl!. .. ntllt luiiiunrav .1. -- 1 ' .MIli fill F twinkwith the people ot this county (o ism ever invented and in a ling have it going right. And best need an introduction at our hands. He haB served the people as Depu-t- y of all, he is a perfect gentleman everywhere you see him. Sheriff and as Sheriff for two any and is Versailles, Ky., and Terma, and in his whole official ca- His home of him as a reer he was uniformly courteous his people are proud genius and a gentleman. to all citizens with whom he had business, albeit he enforced the NEW BUILDING DEDICATION. law when duty demanded it, and We acknowledge the receipt of lie did it without fear or favor. His Democracy is unquestioned, an invitation to the dedication of for aside from his official career the Kentucky Agricultural Experhe has always been a subscriber to iment Station addition, which will The Herald, which shows that be held on Tuesday morning, June he is willing to support the party 3, 1913, at 10 o'clock at Lexington. organ both morally and materially. Addresses will be made by several He is well atted for the office of distinguished gentlemen of other Jailer because he served a term in states, who are interested in agria V In 3peaking of the commence- 'meut cf Hazel Green Academy uv-- t . v .. 'in our issue of the 15th mst., the faculty was complimented generally, a few being individualized. But the industrial department being distinctive, some think Prof. Hackney did not share in our mea- Spencer Cooper, EDITOR sure of praise. To disabuse any "uth idea we will state that in the hazel creen. ky.: matter of accomplishment he wa3 THURSDAY,: : MAY 99, 1913. 'higher than any of them. He has s been teaching the voung men in T. F. STAMPER FOR JAILER. mechanics, of which he is master, a mi uu :r n T. out uiev " iiJoy will 1...1. team .t iiuu "Via masters, ror nis age uiere win uja:jr?n.jiijutof T. F. Stam- - 13 , ., . . , T. prouauiy no man in rv.eiuucsy bu PST, ot who aspires to the 'i'ce uf Jiiiler ot Wife coun well posted in intricacies and Ha can nut together ty. Frank Stamper is to., amy f Second .. oreea (Ky.) neiC!a M.itter. ii J. I. HOLLOS HAZEL GREEN, KY. Carry the Largest; and most complete Stock of Up-io-T- CO. J 1 1 i". his .H'-il- i, . Dote Goods Ever seen in the Mountains. NO SHODDY OR SHOP WORN REMNANTS That's where we are short, but you can get 'em at the "other fellers." Our are fresh. i p h -- J Em J I j3ff culture the noblest avocation of faction of the people. His record man including Dr. Eugene Dav- both as Sheriff and Jailer is ood enport, director of the Iilincis ex- - -- ANNOUNCEMENTS. as good, indeed, as any official 'periment station and dean of the FOR LEGISLATURE 91st DISTRICT. ' 1 in Kentucky. Speakingjof him aa'collfeSe of agriculture of the Fni-a- n PCPII We are authorized to announce. ULUlLi Ed. F. Cecil, of Consolation, a 1 officer a Democratic voter in veraity of Illinois. An address a candidate for the Democraeic noraina-- JL V Ninetythis precinct a few days ago made! wil1 alao be deliverd by Commis-th- e tion for Representative from thecounties,first district, Morgan and Wolfe remark. "Frank Stamper was' sioner John ". Newman of the subject to the August primary. You when you want flour white and deas good an officer as Wolfe county! StateAgricultural Department and COUHTT ATTORKEY. lightfully flavored bread is a gcod year ago the Tit ,r-m7- SJ IgciWT and in all the official f others. 1 wenty-eigWe are authorized to supply of PEA JtL Hour. When you It I CIS nounce GBOVER CLEVEpositions he has ever held he was a8ricuItural department was organ knead it you will never knead any LAND ALLEN a a candidate for the other brand, for it gives perfect satisuniformly courteous; moreover, as ized as a distinct branch of the office of County Attorney for the county faction and success in the,making of Agricultural and Mechanical Col- ot Wolfe, subject to action ot tne DemJailer and as Sheriff he proved to ocratic party. delicious bread that is craved by the bo absolutely fearless." And thi3 lege of Kentucky. We are authorized to an-- I children aud the family in general. TuCTCD LO I Clli ncunce JOHN il. TESTER, opinion is voiced by voters all over If you love good bread try baking of Giilmore Creek, as a candidate for NOT A SOULLESS ONE. with PEARL Hour. the county. Aud aside from these tae ciHce of County Attorney of Wolfe Sold by E. A. JOHNSON, Hazel Green, Democratic party commendable characteristics a9 an Not all corporations are soulless, County, subject to the August -- , VJVi. and other leading merchants in the county. in primary Saturday, official, Frank Stamper has many as evidenced by the Goodyear RubManufactured and guaranteed by A33E380R. good traits as a private citizen. He ber Company, Akron, Ohio, which J. ANDREW CAIN, Versailles, Ky. We are authorized U anis ever ready to accommodate a has 8,000 employees, 0 of whom LINKOUS. nounce Otis B. Linkoua, of friend, as the writer can vouch, for are women, aud the average wages Stillwater, for the office of Assessor of COUTfTT COURT CLERK. ,, Wolfe county, subject to action of the .v PHOENIX HOTEL. on divers occasions when we have i1" la tl.. We ar8 authorized to fww. .'ui uu.j Democratic partr. PFPII LEXINGTON, KY. nounce Samuel D. Cecil of beeu in Canipton he has extended do they get living wages but the to announce ROSE, We are authorized Lacy crrek, Hazel Green, as a candidate for tho e JOB JM SKAIN, Manager. Jeff 51. Rose, of little courtesies that stamped him oompany has recently purchased a of County Court Clerk of Wolfe for the office of Assessor of Wolfe counPatronage of the mountain people (a Ccunty, subject to action of the c as thoughtful and true. To sum 4o0 acre tract of land, laid streets, ty, subject to action of the Democratic-partvparty. respectfully solicited and comfort gnat up the situation we say without and will build homes at from .5CO 'e areauthonzed to annctisce anted. Good rooms, well lighted and TIITT C0G!f?7 JUDGE. to any ether aspl - jto jJ.OOO, which in turn will be V. Silas Tutt. of Campton, as heated, 76o. to Sl.OO a Day. disparagement lull Better rooms from to $5.00 a day. anCounof the We are authorised are rant that if the Democrats uoun - '30ld to employees at actual cost, CENTER. nounce DR. O. M. to - a caaii Jate for Cierk AujujtWolfe CEN- ty dart, subject i Dioucratic Next time joutrial in the city gUe THB nd you will make II PHOENIX a uate him at the August primary and paid for by monthly rental, TBii a3 a candidate for the office of priiiiary election. headquarters thereafter. Restaurant I County Judge of Wolfe county, subject connection There aeala aro aecred t and elect h;m in November, which The company contracts for these l the action of the Democratic party. for stats sitfiraa. to suit person and pane We are authorized tu announce lnurTT is an assured sequence cf his nom- - houses iu bunches of 10O, and gets OflOC e authorized We , counce Charles D. Aruett. uesie, as ination, not a citizen of the county a very low pric, saving th- - I uyer nUOLiIT. .IiiKN r D. ,. r .lllilpp .: tLe Wolfe of Wtit Libert, da taLdidate forf.ate will ev- -r have causa U regret it.;. ,100 to .dOO on his hcus. accord-B- Countv si.! ject to act oa of the senator from th's (the IHtb) district, it, r.mary. suljec: to Democratic August primary. on the other hai.d they may mg to the edifice he elects to take, Democratic I art at Augus rt to an asoCURHthe LUNGS We are autb , F0RJAiLEa. Tl th HRRTON. i auv .1. - I Ml'l point with pride to an cflicer who Head all about it on the ,..,..- - ... ..If .,...! PTllinrn 'e are authorized to o. does his duty conscienciously and page of this paper. And while at Camrton, a ti candidate lor we cicoethe AlflrCn. murceT h" bTAMEER, WITH W..fe Countyoul;ect to of Campus, a a caad date for Jai er of without fear or it read the history of dec ration aci.or;.f consistently and D4n.ocraticju:ty. tc jeot to action a the Wolfe favor. Frank Stamper, a poor! day, founded by Gen. John A Democrats at'Auuai prima y. FOR SHERIFF. We are authored to an- mau asks your help, at.d August Logan, on second page SWANGO. nuiince Shiloh fevvango, of -paiGE I i 'PT-- v ?nR fOUCHS Jn. I. (M 2 is the appointed time . Valeria, a a candidate fr srherin o: ft.tLiLZ) . 1 Trial Bittls Fr OLDS cmid Burned. '' ubjpct to Democratic li im Wolfe i.i.iu.ii murjiu muuoua tTrfiiu r:3m.iiiiiiiii.iTiiiiiiini A child of Floyd Hollon and w ife nriniarv in August, 191 5. J. MOTT McDANIEL. We are authcr'ied to Fruit and Ornamenta Trees STTAaAliTESD SATI3rACT031 of Lacy creek was severely I timed 03. MONSY SEFU2fDEI. McDaniel writes us frcm ncunce A. T. jThEAsUER J. Mott Tuesday afternoon. Dr. Center COMB- - if Campton, a a Daciccratic Strawberries 3Jt-j.-- j s , .1 Ml.. ...wlr..- - otii f 'V -... i5eatiyvm uu ; wa5 calIed aml dre5,ed the wcuud3 candidate for heritl" of Wt.:e county, Hedging Crapes Asthe Auu: triaary. that we reproduce h:s nJ requesting Mr IIollon ga a quart subjcot t acticn of paragus Rhubarb H picture aud two colutni.3 of ml to apply t0 the FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. Phlox Peonies. i 11(0 liiaiipDici boost in this issue. But our burn3) but ll0 further particulars cal SHOCKEY, nNoun"ee T&o?fhc3S; Evening for"Ore!i2iar, 62?i3n. 5! WINCHE-TEP- ., KY. paper being practically in type are known, 4 X. E. of Rose Fork, is a candidate for Super- ' wheL his letter, V. R.sHAE.CaiLier. yesterday evening Sohoola for Wolfe county, No Agents FrS3 GatllogCfiS. As we go to pres3 the i.ews that lntendent of Democratic came to hand we find iKimpo33iMe Mrs. lavlor Ringo tried to commit mbjoct to the action of the stoo,ooo.oo. Paid 0p Capital, party. O. t. HlLLtiDliilbr. & OUaS, oo, ooo. eo.; UaillviJed 1'iottts, to do so. V e auuouLce fcr h m, c We are autb rVe to TAULBEE. Lsxisgtas, Koatacij. Uasiiiucip Deposit o W. lai..' ce. cf . address the John over : : SCOO.OOO.OO. however, that he will bolic acid? but onlv burned her Cam ' tin, a candidate of Wolfe county Monday, mouth ann face vpn. badlv C, MU3ICK, cf citizens cl i cf Wu!fe c unty. subject pYLAMO Thi cant J elicit the account lof totLe :tti' n t theLeniucr?tic arty. merchant?, faraerh, trader and bus-- , Attorney-at-Law- , at Campton, on the Clark County j H 'IiU.l.l V1 1 i I . ine9 aen zeneraliTthrouzhout East-Court House Burnod. JACKSON, KY., Wc are nuthc r'ed to pledge, and Democrats are mvutci em Kectucky,and offers its cuhton-- ; OLDFIELD. announce :. The court house at Campton was a. OldCeld. Will nracttce in the Circuit Courta of ? erseTeryfaeility.andtheraostliberal' especially to turn out and hear him. legitimates- -. Judicial District, the 2 teraiwithintheliralttof icct-j.iburned this a. m. at 1 o'clock ; in- of Indev, for County Court Clerk of- the Twentv-thirMorcan countv , ubiect to the Demo- State and Federal Courts, pay taxea fol -l- atlcli: .. make collectiong, etc, Herald and Enquirer only SI 40. cendiary; 7,000, insurance $0,000. crattc primary iu August. that capacity to the entire satis- INSIST UPON GETTING 1 ffl M.J IJ ht mmm Mills Flour! W What Knead firUPl- "T 1 I ILi off-lo- . Demo-vati- i ! 4. i. $1.-V- ) i 0 J a-- 1 KO-JK- 1 I J ut Cc-- ve: y- - .. k- ri KJLLeCOUCHI an-0- 1 , i 3r, King's Cot-ntj.s- -- - p C u-- tj. -- nm KUtO New Discovery , pohti-j0frawlinse- ed 1 1 -1 ' ' La, mi WirHE-i-,?ooK,Pr- '. an-l- a-- ' y . d y "T ' Mil .Mtm- - j&mx r I - 0ey nemmvoDi 1 Col. Noble's book, "Behold He Bank Stock at Public Sale. to the request; ami Cometh in the Cloud?," will Uo1 Pursuant 'power of attorney from K. II. mailed to anyone for $1.00. Adv. xjSi.'VSrsfcM Smith, of Nw Cait, Kentucky, I will, on Mr.day, the 7th clay of July, 1913, at th frci.t door of the court hou-;- in the town of Wolfe Circuit Court, Kentucky. - TS)0 i i r" Campton, Wolfe county, Kentucky. yV f Loiiijf Linton, M .ose of Winchester was ,, Jihu . . t'-gupst f Lis s ..In.lon. , Oor auction, to tne mgnest ami usi Kii7 irn MuiFr Ac I'e'eEdanN. V.UII I'lti'ltl bidder, lor cash m haud. ta fol! M:. a. Tuesday night. BY VIM Ufl of atie Ui et .Lin', t ot J.e of lowing descr.id property, Li irr rer..terel at r- - A teii y Roger Bryan th- - Lexington (111) shar Eleven and : l.i n. the tLe 'vie-! c.u--.1. t15. drummr took dinner at the of the capital stock cf the Hazel jay the debts of decedint, Hazel Green IIoIpI Tuesdav. Green Bank, of Hazel Gre-n- . Kv., sale of "thethere bavins heretofore been u.r . . ra r w xv i h tc land et out and said stock e.nir. placd m my j tilc petuiuu at.d exL.bn-- therewith hands as collateral security on a led with the exceptions of the herein- . FOR FLETCHER'S STcaRtfSr-- ' t ". "NIi.ra' i note of , U .00 of the iid i.. ti. Llcll wjm sei wt(1(nv ., llor . k r;rAi(r .ia.t7'i. l0 lue ". -- ui Yv V..r V WJK'XAH0 ot the "V0gKMPSmith. The proceeds arlshi" from homestead during the minority x aW? Tw, J. B. Mil.er, decea ed, . said sale will be applied inpayment infant children ot natura, Ufe't;me( and her Tomorrow will be decoration day whereas at the May, liP term of the and is a legal holiday, so you had of tho above mentioned note. Wolfe Circuit CVurt atter the Court HAZEL GREEN BANK, havi: g decided that there wa i.ot a better do your banking today. E. F. Cecil, President. adv. arising from the .ile t : the ol land told to pay aid debts, aa red For Sale A fiue Constipation Cured. EconiJHy looks like an apW p'ns when you first begin, and soma otriFSSt 2mi?itjw!!& , muley cow, a good milker, gentle Dr. Kind's New Life Pills will term jt S an and well diapered. Will be fresh relieve constipation promptly and garni,' but it is fin J. G. Trimble, in a week. get your bowels in healthy condi her hfe eatate in samo and the nshta of , pERiTY.'and if you can Hrssvsrs in your small economes you will 9ame dur' Lexie, Ky. tion again. John aupsic, of ban- doisnat draw interest. Some day you tf find this out. Your on bury, Pa., says: "They ara the best If you put that money in 'w'll pay interest on your prisiJif extravagance. 2k"d Miss Nancy Sample, the popular puis i ever uaad, and'i advise ev.M0NDAT of ' 1913 ' can some day afford to buy the iuxuriss deputy postm8ter, aqd her little eryone to use them for constipaNOW, hour of I o clock p.m., or "' . ' are apeuding tion, indigestion and liver com- .at or near theviae wmt ft mm niece Lucille Kash iuu uioib huiiuui iiiiaoiii iiivjuuiidji u!hs nlaint." Willhelpyou. PriceUoc.l mereaoouia c the week with Mi33 Nancy's home- - Recommenced bjrtfll dealers. Ad. court day) at the front door nf the court i Do YOUR Mnking with house iu tne town oi uampion, proceeu folk, Charley Sample and family. to orTer for aale to the highest and best r Returns After Long Stay. bidder on a credit of six months the folWe pay 4 per centuftiterest on time deposits. Hazel Green Cemetery AssoThe vyho has been a lowing described property; Miss Sue Lonsj, A certain tract or parcel of land situciation rneets Thursday, June 5, teache in the BANK, C W. B. M. ated, lying and being on the Buchanan KaBh. at the residence of Mrs. Sam County, JACKMN, KENTUCKY. school at Livingston, Tenn. Fork at Stillwater Creek, Wole Everybody friendly to the cause is for seventeen months, since Christ- Kentucky, which said boundary includes the dwelling house and other outbuild invited and will be welcomed. mas, 1911, daring which time she ings valued at f 1,000.00. "Beginning (jair, Mrs. Nannie Kash of Mt. Ster- has never visited Hazel Green, was at WhiteCountystanding on menoruiaiue road, a corner to J. 51. of the Mrs. a welcome arrival Monday. She Swanzo. K on nlat): thence with his daughter-in-laling and her THE NEW SPRING STYLES t t n .,ltA n Qt A Maud Kash of Frenchburg, will reports Prof, and Mrs. Derthick in 'unen.t i to a Back Oak: n. H w 10 "vo uuuiou ""uioi u,(. nA m-- ." ' ITnnlP hickory a 77 n 51 Doles to a beautiful colors. You know nothing be here today to decorate the graves usual good health, and says the ", of loved ones in Hazel Green cem- school iagetting along finelv, or' White Oak too ot ndee; with Swango's artifhial can evere.T33l tha colorings of s ?, " thau9PrinS was prior to the close for vacation, etery tomorrow. a Uk,' - PIe. , green aad atn'):. A bnaf v.sit tj poles to a chestnut oak. n. 10 w. 0 . noma la a muiiiu. ...u D0le-w 125 feet n ,3 w. C. B. Rose, with Watts. Ritter & yjui ob tt u. 25 iu5UJauu1nm1Iunu.J.-a- p 225 feet n. 3 w, lls feet ... the inspiration fos th co otmsi ot th3 n. Andrew Long, who was taken to teet Co. Huntington, W. Va., was a ' ' fc. ; :;. I guest of the Day House Monday the Lexington Asylum a few weeks 11 coraer t s a Ko; llienC(. uit;i Y lotof jfM. e. iw uight, and Tuesday ha opeuad his ag0) will ba able to return home in ins line aud top of ridge n. 37 3aimBf Foulard attdTaffata Silks we hava JU3t opened. Most of them are HLwi-- a samples aud sold Kash & Sample a m0nth aoujd and well The asy- - t;mlTe?'7V!Uta.Tw'!' e. 137 line3and Foulards in blues, browns, tau was suffer- - f;et, u. 25 120 feet, n. ml Hum phvsician aid'he bill of merchandise. "0 e. heliotrope and . - ;..., fmm tmno--r- r - .linrratian of teet, n. 12 e 2 e. H2 teet,n n.I2eii. 1SI feet These 3Dtt 9llk oihr preferred color. ar-teetn tha mi3t atylioli tor iv feet, Miss Falay Long went to Lex- , "p . - -- i 1 - ieei. e - icci., u v c ui brother4, "'HkM.vrS"Jf "- - ""-- ' Friday, vi,sitfld-liemgton rfflf.fi ft n . U4&CVI..A rr - TviafnmirK ti. .. . at f1 Andrew at the asylum, met her "" since been learned that it w ihh his Hue and t h ot rid 'e s co &PR1.1U STlLa from JiiviuRS-tosister Sue, ,,, ,,? rnmr. ovmVK xltS teet to J. v. jcuwarus line. bosh about his being crazy 3 07 e 12" IltfblH line and top of Tenn , aridfl Uiarjeturrred religion. with mizoonette. iliur de ' U. C. U. e 23ii feet n hs, pin stripes or spny. feet n li e 02 feet n 7tl heme -e , i?2 e 270 teet n Gd e 172 feet r: uVi MesMliines in brown an 'h, CORSETS A Correction Hade. ri HU feet s OS e 00 feet s ot e oil feet to with whits or white p.n tianjri&l-uin ' Dick Russell . .. ... We mad a mistake in saying a W. H. chamber s line with his line tp fouiarl iaall colors niu two- - .C7 lUf .. IU - colored t5;tires, sotaj with re.iru- (It ynur . . lue n,,,:e an,J a feQ(,ed l3' l w his saw mill 6ni&j0mp?rtdy Lreorge Ktce fet;t35e no feet s 25 e 310 feet H e ductions of crystal- - h te suow iresit oxer h'eels lacerated week or SO Since that and had cue of his w TO teet a lies. nrna arinnrintndtnz the bUlldlUZ Ot 1!3 feet a 33 w 6'J feet s and an ankle sprained. At the an additional room to the home jIgw 545 feet s 12 w 226 feels 12 e 50 teet SB e ,30 feet a 34 e j70 e ,2rt feet s same time he totally wrecked a Mr. and Mrs. F. Day. It wasfeets H e520 feet to a h.tiory at tl.e sa:a roaa sdii: Countv V cirCU.an jDan collmsworthw charge, albeit 5sl fee't KoaU, withfeet to an "X" marks 63 w 74 and ed on a ruck on sotta side of road; Dr. C. Hood Williams left yes-- j ir. Rice did hlp on the v Enjoys circulation in Ken-tuck- y creek ac- - L0 did Clint Boone, and list tho thence leaving road and terday morning. for Lexington, e lis. feet to a set v.one s 021 ! . s 1M . .. . t 11 in companied by U'.s grauuuaugniei, uot i9a3 i :iCte &am uia tne paini- - iw 7l, fett l0 chestnut stumi-- 57 becaiise is the be3t ; w 17: feet to three white walnut- - thence hn usual arlislic stvle. lirtU tVrn Patton. whom he will.;nfT w ttith .1 fence U the people know it. State i0 Ket l( .1 ' w no teet s. have treated by some one ot tne hue oak-- s 021 Tank Collaases. ' to the t!teof beiinninj, ton- experts for an affection of the ear. t The water tank used lt'o feet bv aUZ.iV Fit the purchase" pre tLe purchaser, Soutiiay Oldfield ha3 been to supplv the academy buildings Aunt well an 3c ts s;w ,,, , ui il tag MOi re 11 de market repnrti a Loaisville general pajie teatures uiaia it fire m aeaut along l.pjrs t ie Hera l tSe U i t'i weman for a week or with water colapsed Tuesday night avervsrek n J KtSTt are now Kerhert Sp. .alattentf hi to ent.Ued i tL' uaterrill artu es dees not seem to with about SO gallon or water in 0f ,1X percent peranauai tarn due of r stria",, u tac Un days past and the force and a!e until parti, and h.u-p-g -' improve. Her brother George was it nrd same cf th staves were car- ei'ec. of a iu igaient a.'s .1 .".i U.di-r-- i hbre after a doctor yesterday, but ried a distance of 10O feet or more on 'ftd prcrerty .i , . . 1. c ; y i'l.t:., nf tha ntilr wi' Ll i:ep..red t. -- .. --s wr.inir ne Sicurea' one nas uti A5iue irom uu lesfieer Ui !c auraV' t eijei a' .!.o sulscnLe now. ".ith :Lt-- e tern- jno other damis was dono except GROVLI: C. ALT F laired. Mater Cta.ai.-- ser W C. u. . 7: .that twoc'r threa maples on the ,, r.,nniA(i . Mr-- . George PDyer, 01 Giassy,' . THE HERALD. Think ibfs QTes Commissioners Sale e , ...... Effii 1 TTr-- m an i u: -- ..- -t qro-cer- ri-r- - -- e Children Cry 1 'a""' i de-cn- 'u 1 . n h . CASTORIA . igim v- ,n.i v- "-- -- ''Si ?.& d. kVhoet5lhe 4ou up-fli- bouu-dar- v estrm jycs w f r?h2ift ll road topros. InStinorityHS: jifo , . wuj bank us. mis-sioaa- ry HARGIS'S COMMERCIAL JM Kash & Sample, v.....a "-- - 1 it.i-poow.M- 111 u'j, ,,. I i " '- 'f' T1 2 !. ij lklJ,..,.,J11.1,L,w4,.fn.,nl j V 1 -- -- 1 r "WUi utW HK -- en-rou- n, MondayBfai;'- VI ri-i- e ,!!; - 1 iloi-j- ! I '- 1 I 11 n The Daily Louisville Herald the largest K iio-'sic-g l.-- -' . ' 1 s ! it newspaper --- the and 100-barr- el i NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS . 1 i w-'- cb ii tc re-er- ir u-- f-- il. m' ..v-a- ui i- t- - On Board the Good Ship Earthy . a s 1 ploof lu..cnes ci Isautiful -, wrui.i., L. D. tlow- l Prop, r ' c Cl t..c t i r vea. SAMUEL MULHollan-3: , iloj:aa , ato ,. ; of which were delivered date of the 27th from Torrent say, or0er both ' announce- - w .. seiernl ea . t x, na or ree u acad crders .& If vi Gr.LRU liCEiktJt& last week by her manly little son, "Please diacoctmua my i a', ies so new su' .c -h r .: Iment for As33or cf V.'olfe ccun- - Mr.Mn'ho ,wi . .n.ty , v:ct:hecit.ze-- 3 ' tlis - c Ou.irieS. ' " ue, piot t1 tv, in vour paner, on account oi SOi!Clt, a -- r a i a.'. 1 is .Ichn faster xMcsen. oi bu3;ne33 that demands all eag fcr the state-- 1 of my Ua.e Tha:.k:ng yen for mnnntQin PflTltrQl bcro, is responsible s. re Lots. H . :s- ..asIv.t :.v. m3 and! wellins House ai'd Two and inent that a gelt he owns, which 3am(?i 1 am yrur3 trnlv.. etc. )llllllalll UuUUul uden? d.aHs r. ii t ..rr'j.p.irtd srr.okehv.L-f-suti mer ki'cacn v, ill D& - mci.tus tuu duuiKtiuiB iu . .. Adir. risfr'thi-ii- a .. vaoaatM csrnertr.rfa Carrie Atciie. A.-- c T Acrs Red cr ,iab.e. VS:;. River bottom, thor ,SU y t.led and tiu A e, acceai,le tc Some 'Tatars, Eh? jn-fniirwfid on the i:?th inst.1 . klVX.lVa ' ea"a D. illoughby, livirg r Livery Barn 4 )soJ reet-- . th si.v cr seven nead. rr ii Manaer. Winchester. "i-ia- lit-14 eifht females' Prof. W. C,ty' aad hack, barney saclles ,a,c. Sear. a- ether , .1,1 article, or .fehr Wash., writinc to f- ? HSSffigWSSSL tnow at Spokane, iMU 2i.. lilUiUa. J. u. iavavw' i -.--. .-. o2n-"- '' t with K,.nd Fallen under recent date tast oou.m. Wt t. a mailaiOICMUUac cj.-- . aw.ww..CJ. ' Miles --. . kta'i . -. t nn. - xu c.---- -- -. lev? uom.h 'toe- - ot crocenes April 30th, 1911. io. ouwud.neauu ri.tu4 , .1 No 4 .'" .!i!. Tl gay3 that potatoes there weigli tour 57 inv j.acy urPK rami, wun mnens , fivp nonild3 each aud apples P.M A.M. LeiTe) (Arrlr A.M pICT Ctiod,i Farm. I wili ina largest racier conu-uuuu(ildne1 - - te.nt house. 'lmrn is r inn 6 30 9 30 Campton Jnfic 3.35 furve-.tc a man a succcs- - :3 unuouoteuiy are as large as the average -boys crn atioa calL 00 Te.t.13 reascil. e. n,!alecearvo-- ' -4 10 10 03 .Mountain Top. tTlOf" n I n.. t. 11- i. r20 cc7iiy.'3i;iv t4.M. 11.U1U1. At 4 55 10.60 ...Pine Itidire... Haze Oreor., Ky. i... E. A. JOHNSON. 130 cncraitilress .ua t:ie puiuL.. c -300 5 2"i 0 Mea'low Branch a mat i seldom s.ck when his low- - head, 1:13 4 u 5.351 11 30 Eans.... II HTi iH .. well Irish variety. els are regular Le is never 1.10 4 5.10 11:3' ....Campton . rrive) FS3PiMTflNE.HaL?PRlC Leat when thc-- are cn.stipated. or( u..u-, . e U;,,;,,;,,,..., r. n .i l,. .1 tt nmr.. li ' 3 i UUU1JU .J v .' ...j.-- ;,? r j First-Gla- ss BaiaersiEPD. m-Mc- ,. a- -.. The Daily Louisville Herald The Hazel Green Herald 4 i 1- re-- aj3-0th- er w 1 Valuable Real Estate at Private Sale. . , i- . p :DnD-nfZ-:- - -- " "' r ., ty I - -d r.iii.n T- -- :- , ... -- w- -r f ..-- - --- ,r; -- Stcr-IfU3 s: aa B-- bu-.ue- -- g. - tv 3 rtl u 5 i.,, a!-,-- -- -- -, !- vtil. iirr i'Js. s.: ir --- .- 11.-- 1 1C I Trill nol Cnre for Stomach Disorders. iS 9r fil S- - V. (ueehe.pccoujh, but thjy MjIboh" mute connection with w answer airor a by tba qsallty of Disorders of the stomach; may le Mid day trains flnd from Hazel Qreett PRIJTTIHG. 3csmeu nua u quite so gocu as ua m. ena ,0 much tadrcd ux caa 3o qaxllty ltts. , They net ci.ly move tne dow- - avoiaec oy iu- - u - varv -- ";-": iitm iuu""i-i"- 1 atitlnorv he nses as by the renersl appewinc sf his store. . We oajiness tbe ana 0eUj . m nrL . tnx...,i ip.iut, .1 enaj, -maT. .n..(lrmiit i" oiaco ws - klid that suraaiiies . .. w. r Central Time. eis, nut improve uie uiMeuic iiU xuuicia. except Sundar. nftilv d edit vnth the outalde botltt'st wctldWith Lexington ""Ml strengthen the digestion. They are cures have been effectea bj these by all dealers. Ad. p,ltern EaUvray. tablets. Sold acid by all dealer,. A,dv. y ccstipatici. ytu will lind nothing x - .... -- . .r j'k-Bnlro ,.. j mmi ' .0x8: ... 1 .1 3 4. Jy Jf v P JF r ) ?n the precaution of having the Sibylla marched from masthead to kfelson before sailing. The coal waa xptnined as carefully as that of a battleship in time of war; every locker aid cupboard was inspected; even the ventilators were metaphorically turned inside out and the record of every rran of the crew was looked Into with vigorous scrutiny So I could see no loophole unguarded. Hut the past was an argument which be I logic at naught if such things could be as hat which had happened a month ago In Cameron's dressing room, how much further might the Inexplicable carry? Of what use were precati tlons against an enemy who with apparent ease calmly detled nil natural laws? All the morning my thoughts bad Iwen running In this line. Foolish hough Is they must seem to one who reads of them; worthy onlv to be classed with the Idle, superstitious feats of oung girls and old women, 10 a and impossible man of twenty nine. It may be that was not well balanced And vet the and clear-hiadev.ould tend rather to a contrary conclusion. Cameioti was Mill nailing the Her I aid. bat with a pair of binocuand lars at my eyes sweeping the waters for tbe trailing Miioktt of a llntr or borne object of lentiur inteiest. Presently the silence was broken by m companion 'I see." lie began, dropping the paper to his knees, "that China is really 1 clear-heade1 1 anti-opiu- .ymf no im'--t' TTT I off my view for a little. There was a whir of flung line, an exchange of quick-spokeaud to me unintelligible, words between the sailor In the dory and a sailor standing beside me on the jacht's deck; and then, the line was taut and straining, and the dory, which had sheered off astern, waa being brought up slowly alongside. No. I realized for the first lime that our engines had stopped and that, save for the roll, we were almost stationary They were lifting the fisherman aboard when Cameron, at length aroused by the unusual, strolled forward and joined me. 'There's your bit of wreckage," I observed, smiling. "Poor devil!" he exclaimed, sympathetically "Ho seems more dead than alive 'He's breathing, sir." announced Ht.tndon. the first officer, "and not inuc-l- i more We'll take him below, aud see what can be done for hlra. I' I TSERIAL L STORY "And without food. Tea. sir." "When did he tell you this story?" "About six o'clock, air." "Could a starving man recover that quickly?" "He might, sir." Mad.eod answered "The average healthy man can go ten days without food or drink." "What have you done with him!" fisherman, that we don't know all n4 everything about. So. say. r.o mat' ter what they planned; this Cine they are outwitted." And even as I said 1 "He's In the seaman's quarters, for-'ar- i SS '.v -- Sable Lorcha Horace Hazeltine '"" 1 W, h7j ,.i!ft ..v. ( .. SYNOPSIS. MlVli-- . "'" Vuf Iln r""""' conu1t llllllllll.ni. - ..-! 7III1II 4 " n - nr'" o? ,17 IT'imlB u amt.I a lert.-vt!.iv '.; power ' on""ti-nini(in ,"""1 rut from ?V'"V V" of Oumer..,. while tli l.u- '"" r'.""" theory me portruli- vu r,wj" ...... ...1..1.. - .1... ..,.,.n iin( ...it- ilia 'nnt ...U1I( r.i,H liter ..?.'. """"'ut.le.1 ""i the ,,f H """" TnM, Hinotlced "T.""3 nt,,7"n i:"lyn:r.noii r.nnermr-- . 'lMif U v."h "'" l..ve ltll.ll .1, portrait iwtil-...i ' ,,.lere 'I was l.ad been use,! la ti n camin eurnest In her I'1 ll li-- P.irlMi t. !"n.r . .. J'"'n" lhHt ' Chinese artl-- .rnpluW paign. Two Peking olllcials have died Murphv n Uvlni; i I'nruy. lmtl I voir. n rill- - (mtn i'.....- - from the effects of a too hasty break e Civile mnkes hii Ing or the habit. Men do not die in to .hII n Mnrpli .mil H ,. inveMlmttliu; nllege.1 the attempt to obey mete paper ret'retencN I 'J .mil speaks "l'",,'Jn thef lhe Cdinenn opium pipe tin- forms. The Chinese aie a wonderful r nnillng ner u.e tree bowl of Cniiieron'i portrait old people. Clyde " where found The Chinese 1mv l fmin.l loweied mv glasses, all at once in i'hiii-"r- n "nil next tnornlni; Wlillc teiesied. in hl tlrmslni; rimm NVM Owvnnr nilrrnr inHtirioul lmtter.-Camrruii "You've been in China?" I asked m ns a ioomrs .rrl)ii-.loT tlio Miock. Tlip third lrttpr Hppcari nyitert-"Jiai- y 'No. I haven't." was his answer. on Cameron's slrk Imt It iiiak"I've alwajs meant to no, but when thrrat.s aealnl the life of Cntnrroii I iyd trlU CiiniiTon the nnIopf was nearest, HI news drew me home; ai mpt Uf. telN KHlvn and I never got closer than YokoPlan, to tal.19 f'aiiifrnii on a atlit trip II ml so hama on one side, and Srinagar, In " a.l rJ fJ '""'" I'Hli.-'-ke- wwy ex-"i- l.ii J1, 1 1 d v - CHAPTER VIII. i m 4-- - r amfLK BSsBBsTz Somewhere Eait of Nantucket. The Slbjlia under stress of her powerful turbines was racing easily, reeling off her thirty knots with no seeming effort anil scarcely a perceptible ibratiou Theie had ben n stiff breeze during tlie night, but It had died down at sunrise, and now. at noon, the sea was calm Hh Hie bosom f a nun. The sun blazed on the vat-hfpolished brasses. Inleuslfyiiig the snowy whiteness of her glossy paint, and turning to jewelled nbow- I.I.I. III; .. n tiuui .s... me ri3 .1. islim nillt:u f.11 nwaji tftnn her sharp - prow and caressed her longerI Jmt.. ...ln.r..l .. ....it..... t. .. for late October. On the nineteenth me temperature naa ri?en to ninety records ; in New York, breaking all for that date, and now. da8 later, here at the meeting of sound Just Hnd ocean, with Point Judith oimng Into Mew oxer our port bow, gaZJUg. Far awaj .0 the northeast I made baft our and Block Island a blur beam, we sat. Cameron and out what appealed to me to be a sea I. fcliadeil li spread awnings, on the going lug 01 pilot boat, steaming, I dftertieck. as though it weie mid- thought, with rather unusual speed for It was not onvinied a vessel ot her class summer. Kor he had by my righteous untruth, after re- much of a discovery, hut the waters peated and emphatic dinning, and had had been very barren that morning, dally grown stronger; readily agree espcciallv for the last two hums, and ing 9 length to a ciui.xe along the. insignificant as this object was I felt coast, with Har Harbor as objective In a manner rewarded for m vigil. Half an hour later she had sllpiied "That Is precisely what I had the Sibylla built Tor." he told me. when out of sight and I was busv In an ef found acceptance. fort to pick her up again, when a cry j my suggestion Old ou eer notice the inscription from the lookout foiward directed my on the brass tablet oer the fireplace attention 10 a noaiing specK possioiy No? Well. It's this. two miles or more dead ahead, and In the saloon? 'Sibylla, when thou sees! me favute. not more than a point off our course "Come." I said to Cameion, "let's address thjselfe the gjde of my go up on the bridge and have a look!" And have our trouble for our "I found It in an old hook, published pains'"' he returned, incredulously. In 1563, a poetic Induction to 'The piobablv some bit of wreckage.' Mirror of Magistrates,' written by "It's You can fancy a box or a cask." Thomas Sackvllle. 'very well, I agreed, startiug off) how tny application distoits the origIsn't alone "Kven a box or a cask is wojtw intention; but Sackvllle inal ul.tl.. ;. u u inrl.itlnn ' likely to trouble me over it." When on nearer approach the"drlft now mainI repeat this explanation , the improved temper of lug object proved to be a fisherman's ly to indicate placid ilorj. with a man. either dead or the speaker His mind was plainly discernible In once again, and with this recovered bottom, should hardlrMiave been tbe hubad come a return of his placlditv I man had 1 not experienced a degree own part Kor m yulet humor. of satisfaction over Cameron's failure -- j isas not nliugeiuer nam... as a prophet. That, however, was the over my friend's . recovery, and light least abiding of my sensations. In an -"- invi-iKvelyns pleasure way to anxiety regarding the Instant It had giyt-died b concerning tbe boat's occupant and I had emploed to bring Instrument manner me a most con- Interest In the business-likIt about. A He Is to to make use of In which MacLeod, tRV stocky young temptible agent, and In executive officer of tht&tSlbyUii, was has been alwajs abhorrent. preparing to pick up ou?jtid. "his Instance I had salved d The engine room had with the old scence In a measure ahead, and already a sailor end Justified .he means that tbe with a coll of rope In hand was staa measure, and but u was only in I as happy as I tioned at the forward gangway. r from being was have frequently eeen river pilots make of landings that were marvels of clever I could no, rid myself misery. Indeed In calculation, but I never saw any steeruneaslness- -a a corapan- y- ing more accurately gauged than that which I ww now without menace by which MacLeod, here In the open day and Its ncemtng the company, for earner sea, with the precarious swell and "without v dismissed tbe surge of ocean to combat, brought tbe f course Ktelrl. -- ho previously vacht gliding within a bare three object seemed o inches ot the rolling dory's bow. greatly perturbed, had I waa leaning over the rail at we directly all apprehension the yacht. came thus upon the castaway, and -- afe aboard of her ac saw clearly enough for Just a moment had been .ome talk g the huddled creature In oilskins, silent us but without managed and motionless In tbe stern, with !ng my real rMOn- ' closed eyes and wet, dark hair matto dissuade her waj rer ted upon his forehead. Then a sailor, For my QiqureiuU- dropping lightly Into the boat, abut 1 h1 ro logical ground. 1 1 1 . lo 11 Kashmir, on the oilier." "You've seen something of them In this country. I suppose?" "No. very Utile. attended a dinner once at which 1.1 Hung Chang wus the guest of honor, and I've eaten hop sue In cue of those Chinese eating palaces thev have In Cnieago. 'I hat's about the extent of m personal Chines? experience. Hut have alwavs been interested In the country and Its people. I have read about eveij thing that has been published on tli subject. Hy the way. did they ever rind out who killed that boy of Murphv a?" Not vet." I answered "l bey've had some of his own kind under ur- vcillauie. but 110 more atresia have been made." "Murphv was released?" "Yes." He took up his paper Hgaln and more I applied mv self to ea niu, In-r- cotn-playnt- J I i 1 h e ex-cU- beea-nlgnale- half-spee- d Pr3oSr. .-- "hlwu, The signlfy-rompanln- 1 air." " "See that he' kept there. Mr. I told him. "I'd feel better If you put a watch on him tonight. Tomorrow we'll run In to Gloucester and look up his people and friends." "Very good, sir." "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 It seemed silly wait until morning to suspect this seemingly honest but unfortunate fisherman sir." We had not been speeding so well lie appeared to be about forty jears during the afternoon; there was some of age. a somewhat shrunken, weather-betrouble reported from the engine aten creature, with face deeply room, and It was a question whether lined and half hidden behind possibly we had made over fifteen knots an I a week's giowlh of dark beard It Is hour since two o'clock know that not easy 10 read a nan with his ees at ten o'clock that night, when the closed, but I was far from prepos- moon went down, we wer somewhere sessed by what of this fellow's fea- east of Nantucket, and directly In the tures was on view. Ordinarily I path of the transatlantic liners should have given him scant heed, but The night was bnlmy us a night In today was no ordinary day. and my springtime, and Cameron and I In suspicions weie supcractlve. Kven the light overcoats sat on the after-decmoat trivial occurtences took on sfg watching the moon slide slowly below nittcance And this was not a trivial the dark horizon line. Our chairs were occurrence. Certainly it was not close together, facing the lee rail; his usual. Fishermen blown to sea In the farther astern We talked of storms and overcome by exposure, many things, I remember. He was alhunger and thirst were common ways Interested in my work, and esenough. erhdps. but within the past pecially in my ambitions lo make The week thete had been no storm; the Week a power for national good; and, weather had been as mild as that of I remember that we discussed several June, with an August day or two projects I then had In mind for bringthrown In. How was it possible, then, ing about reform In high places. Hut for this bit of flotsam to have come the subject which then Interested me where It was and in the condition it most, and regarding which I still exwas? perienced a vague, unreasoning uneas'lo Cameion I gave no hint of my iness he had avoided throughout the reasoning, but to Captain MacLeod I day and evening, with what seemed put the question without hesitation. to me studied Intent. "It iliKD seem a bit odd, Mr. Clyde," The sudden cessation of hostilities he returned. Judicially, 'but you see on the part of those whom Le had his mast and sail had gone by the been given every teason to look upou board aud his oars, too It looks to as his Implacable enemies, was cernie. sir. aa if he'd been run down, may- tainly strange enough to have Invited be, and nigh swamped. Of course we endless debate; and I marveled that, can't tell till he gtts his senses and after having accepted my falsehood lets us know. " as truth, he had not chosen to go over Though this put the matter In a with me the whole marvelously pernew light, it did not bv anv means re- plexing business. lieve my anxiety, and I aked Mac-l- Ills mind. knew, was relieved by od to have a sharp watch kept on what had made him believe, or he the fellow, adding that I would come would not now be the man he was; to him later for anything he might but despite that. It appeared to me. learn. I took care, too, to tautl un.miwr wou Id be most natural for him. on y, to make no mention of of all days the twenty-firs- t month--t- o the pieseuce of Cameron question, at least. previously emphatically ll was not mill! afier tllrrt stated evening that I found opportmTtt elusions I liune-Wyu- . lo riuettiou the lap am There had been a moment of silence him in his stateroom, a ( omfyribjy between us, and these reflections were commodious cabin, far forward ouThe dominant with me. as six bells, ringupper deck. On his table was Spread ing iiit musiiiajly. announced that a hart, over which he wyJjemling midnight wasJintan hour distant. At A bnarJjioTl when I entered was that Instant, ttfille In time to the gripped firnilv between lils'teeth and bell's strokes, there echoed In ray the grateful odor of rlcatn-plp- e unoke brain the words ' Know then, that before the morning of the eighth day greeted me as entered 'He's ome aiuiind. Mr. Clyde.' he hence " Cameron, lowering his ciInformed me. turning about in his gar, lurned to me with. "Clyde. I wonder 'if you have forswivel chair, "and I 111 just trying to check up some of his statements by gotten what day this is!" don't know why. coming at Just means of this hart here, and our that partitular Juncture, the question weather record." 'And how do they heck so far?" should be more upsetting than If It I asked, had come at some other time of day. a little dubiously "Quite to a dot. sir." was his an- but I know it seemed so to me For a little space my tongue refused swer 'There's no breakdown anywhere, so far According to his story, its office. There was a lump In my he sailed out of Gloucester harbor on throat which demanded to lie swalMonday morning His name's Peter lowed, and I made a pretence of Johnson, and he lives in Hast Glouces- coughing to hide my filight. At length ter. He says the wind was strong from I answered, a bit lamely: forgotten. "No, I havn't It's the westward, and he made the banks of Octoall right without mishap. Hut about Wednesday, the twenty-firs- t noon, the wind died, and a thick fog ber." He returned his cigar to his lips and came In from the northeast, chill and sopping, sir He kept moving about. smoked In Hence for a full minute rfd finally In the thick of It Inst his Then, he said, quietly: "It's seven days since that empty ngs. It hnd clouded over and little It began to rain. He enveloiH" came." . "Yes." I returned. iV for Gloucester liarhor hut Theie was another slight pause ?nd ave SvJie'ussoutheast Instead of northwest. Their the night came he went on: "I have been thinking that possibly down, and "I lie fog wailke a dozen blankets, he says. His fdod was gone you were wrong about the significance Possibly and most of his water, but he said of that empty envelope. persons Intended he'd seen worse than that many a those enigmatical time, and Just prayed for the fog to .that absence of a definite threat to lift and give him a sight of tbe stars. Imply the Inconceivably terrible." Now that be had started to talk And the next thing that happened was what I suspected, sir. He heard a about It, I wished thai he had continsteamer's whistle He had his sheet ued his silence. 1 could not underout and was running before the wind, stand how I had convinced him be and that steamer coming upon him fore, knowing all the while that vvasj out of the fog, caught his boom, ripped without truth to support me. Cerout bis mast and nearly capsized his tainly, now, pervaded as I was with dory. When she righted, the steam- that grim disquietude. It would be er's lights were fading Into the fog even more difficult to carry conviction again, his boat was half full of water with my words. "Whatever they Intended." 1 venand his oars were washed away. Well, to make a long story short, he tured, yielding a fraction of a point. sir. must have caught a current that car- "It seems to me that they'll have some ried him well out beyond Cape Cod, difficulty In carrying It out. There and then slewed blm around the are no portraits here to mutilate and southermost end of Nantucket Island no mirrors to smash. For the previI questioned him about lights and foe ous performances there must be some signals, and making due allowance for more or less simple explanation. hla condition, hla yarn works out pret- Neither you nor 1 believe In the suty atralgbt. He'd been drifting about pernatural; therefore tbe things that for three aaya when we picked him happened at Cragholt were brought up and was half dead of thirst and about by natural meana. seemingly Inhunger. But he's come around better explicable aa they were. Now no natural meana can be brought to bear than might be expected, and" to perform any auch legerdemain on And then I Interrupted blm. tbla yacht. You know that. There's "Three days without watr?" I not a man here, iopt that poor old Mac-Ieod,1 1 saw clearly before my vision these words: "Say not Heaven la high above! Heaven ascends and descends about our deeds, dally inspecting us wheresoever we are." "Then you agree with me? You may have been think something It, I I fin m Mi ' 1 planned?" "I dafj'aPw K!H3? wouldn't pretend to Interpret their symbolism." I answered evasively. "The empty envelope Impressed me as synonymous with saying, 'Nothing more at present !' Kven now I think that If they had meant to continue they would have said so. I'm almost sure they would." 1 was quite sure, of course, but I dared not say so. Cameron smokeo. on quietly for while In a ruminative mood. Eventually be threw the end of his cigar over the rail, and leaned forward. "I don't know." he said perplexedly. "I don't know." This I hoped was to be the end of the matter, for tonight at least; but presently he began to talk of those first two letters, to conjecture, to wonder, to dissect phrases, to dig out subtleties of meaning from euphemistic expressions And tbeu I knew that he had every word memorized. Just as I hnd Seven bells had strut k and we were still talking. Hut now and then there were pauses In our converse Intervals of silence of varying length during which I sat with my gaze stretching out over the black waters and my hearing strained for any unusual .More than once during the sound evening I thought I had detected far off the pounding note of a raotor boat's exhaust, but had put the notion aside as too Improbable for entertainment. Now. faintly. I seemed to bear 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 had 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 theru. It seemed much less nan that. Then I turned, with a question for Cameron. I wondered whether he had heard the sound too. "I say. Cam " I began. and stopped, startled, with his name half uttered. His chair was empty. He was not on deck I ran to the saloon. He was not there. I flung open the door of his stateroom He was not there, either. I had the yacht searched for him He was not on the yacht. CHAPTER IX. A Craft Without Lights. Composure is second nature with me. I ilalm 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. I 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 quesAnd the tions in a single moment. For consequence, may be imagined. five ten minutes, nothing was done whatever. Then the searchlight was got Into play, swteplng the waters on all sides, far and near; but with paltry result. Five or six miles astern wc made out a power boat, similar to that which I had sten through the glass earlier In the day To the eastward a steamer with two funnels was just coming Into range. The white sails of a coasting schooner showed Trailing In our wake to westward. was our squalid salvage, the dory of the fisherman. MacLeod, trained to coolness, reSystematically he tained his wits. Likely and unlikely set to work. places aboard the yacht were looked into. Hefore I knew what he was about, vve were going back over the way we had ome with the searchn light swinging In a circle and a sharp-eyeteamen scanning; every square foot of rolllug wave. "I can't understand It," I kept relocating aloud, with senseless lUratlox. "I can't understand It." I was standing alone, well forward, leaning over the rail. Presently Mao I.eod laid a hand on my shoulder. "We can't do anything more thaa we are doing. Mr. Clyde." he said la his matter offact way. "For my part, I Jani understand It. either; but since ML.Vameron's not aboard, there bnry one conclusion, and that Is that he's overboard. And since there was no one interested In throwing him there, then It seems very clear that he must have Jumped." "Jumped!" I cried. In Irritation. "My God, man! Don't I 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 hla chair, without my half-doze- ' 1 j W1 1 1 1 1 1 hearing him?" The captain shrugged his shoulders. (TO BE CONTINUED.) Love That Endures. Remember, that there Is sometle a fine lore that never leaves a mast's) heart. It stays and walUl-chest- er Union. 1 I "fr fWMfflft TssBr" J3?ySfl .a r jshUMftrW ijjjiir -- A fl sBSfeiS'lfef'Y4 ji - FOR CHURCH UNITY1 CONSTANTINE MAN OF ACTION! Writer in Universalist Leader Puts the Subject Before All ConMantine the new V.iup of Ortcp is of l:iriish anil IMitHi;in Mood, Denominationalists. hating been a con of Christian There is a genuine desire, approaching the uuhersal. tian churches of every name, form of unity, - in which the ....... . the Christian fnlth held in -- New Grecian Monarch Has Proved Himself Worthy of the Crown He Has Ir.heritt-d- . Paradoxical Drawback. "Do you intend to make a tour of the big desert"' "No. I haven t got the 'band " T"rr"h HUSBAND NAILED RUBBER ON GATES Wife o Weak and Nervous Could Not Stand Least Noise How Cured. Munford, Ala. "I was so weak and nervous while passing through tba Change of Life that I could hardly live. My husband had to nail rubber on all the gates for I could not stand it to have a gate slam.. "I also had backache and a fullness in my stomach. I noticed that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound was advertised for such cases'and I sent and got a bottle. It did me so much good that I kept on taking it and found it to he all you claim. I recommend your Compound to all women afflicted as I was." Mrs. K P. Mullendore, Munford, Alabama. piipplv Mrs. Aii'Tln' Ric now on hand at jour dtocern. I5uc'-nliv- Adv. which la in Chris. I ' fc;ar m i annwawMawaPa i , CALUMET BEST1 For Every Baking raised. rl An Honest Dependable MedlcJno very annoying, and my scalp was lit- erally covered with dandruff. My hair is Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Comused to come out by the handfuls and pound. A Root and Herb medicine origExquisite Agony, the Itching of my body and scalp was say the least of It." a inated nearly forty years ago by Lydia "it was. to BAKING POWDER terrible. I had used almost all the E. Pinkham of Lyon, Mass., for conskin remedies on the market with no London letter remarks, "Just a little trolling female ills. bit awkward that the electric light results, when I wrote for a little Ctiti-cur- a Its wonderful success in this line has Best because it's the Soap and Ointment and it gave went out the other evening at the made it the safest and most dependable purest. Best because me instant relief. Within one month's town house of a presumably wealthy medicine of the age for women and no ' ,W use of the Cutlcura Soap and Ointment woman suffering from female ills does ?" it never fails. Best parting, gently rubbing Cutlcura Olnt-Uo- guests,of political entertaining. The herself justice who does not give it & to the number of a dozen, had because it makes every ; one strand of my hair coming out and just finished their soup when the un trial. And yet no word so entirely mls-- , I have not lost a minute of sleep fortunate incident If you have the slightest dimbe baking light, fluffy and occurred. The represents the spirit which dwells sine using tho Cutlcura Soap and scramble to hnd a sutriclpnt numbei that Lyilia K. IMnkliaiu'H VegetaBest evenly within the church for it builds the Ointment, which entirely cured me of of candles so that the dinner migh' ble Compound will help you. writo wall which prevents that federation itching of my body and scalp in its proceed was attended with a great to Lyilia H.lMnkhumMedieineCo.e. because it is moder(confidential) Lynn, Mass., forad-vic. of forces which is already in the worst form. 1 also find the Cutlcura deal of difficulty and no little amuse Your letter will he opened, ' (Signed) hearts of the great majority The pre- Soap a benefit in shaving ate in cost highest in The butler, who Is nient read and answered by a woman, vailing spirit recognizes that the Charles Judlin, Dec 8. IfUl as being a bit new to his Job, was Im and held in strict confidence. quality. Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold mediately told to telephone to the Christian churches are already one In purpose anC are kept apart by throughout the world Sample of each electric company, report the catastro At your grocers. ' denominational barriers How to free, with 32 p. Skin Hook. Address phe and demand attention to the mat CANADA'S OFFERING post-car"Cutlcura, DepL U Boston." ter It was a trying moment for the preserve the gocd Vn the denomination TO THE al organization, to maintain church Adv. guests when he returned to th din RECEIVED tpeciflc encourage to tug room and announced in real THE AMERICAN RUSH TO Oysters Always Good Until June. HIGHEST loyalty, to conserve every existing WESTERN CANADA It will be of great interest to ecry Cocknej accent 'Please, my lad thf iyww AWARDS force, and jet to bring then, into a housewife who enjos good ojsters to gentleman whats on the teli phone IS INCREASING working whole Is the problem l""-- v t'"1 ""'erai earning i. iters WoHJ. Pur Food 1 t learu that oysters are In better condi- Free Horn eat end And this problem we believe, finds tion and flavor In March, April and unless the account was paid active ftitioa. Qucaco. III. In Ui rtf w DUtrlrt i.f 1 4aT aTsi Pari Expmatioo. Fn MDlt4.tia. Nafckatrhf-wj- n lis solution In a bingle word. Ktery May than they are In February. If bteps would have o be taken"" anU AlLertn tlirr sect recognizes that it U but one the winter is severe ojsters do not UnK 1912. am itfrwuftamlii ut b n- whirl, member of the Christian church. It have as much of their natural food pUif nfJP 1 to i Im ium a ma ku Hi eni r j Id 3 time wiT. bo strengthens itself that It ma) contri urlng January and Februar. and frewont f mm fjj tn CS Here. The lands arr bute larger sen ice to the whole, c little In plumpness. As well adaDlnl t ara.in growing and mule rllt.j and this recognition needs s u ater begins to get warm I R T Km V&UL 5W mm ' B - and April, the beautiful Yoa don't tavt money when yoa Juy I made actual and practical and t k Housework Is lo many cat the rallwaji to to real unity is open for use, for cheap or baling potoJer. Don't n bard enough for CanaOa batf twn bulit tn coplc diatoms, which con of kettlf ment. and Ui a a healthy wom- i have but to strike out from ecclesias b jrdiUA. Buy Calumet. It' mora hurt lime ihrr will nii & a principal food of the oys w ife DHiro an. The aWVLflVI itlrwtMtven'l befrutu a lnn onl Iff frnttir.. flit, unnl "ilrinmi economical mot wholesome Una fleet much more rapidly, con tnir twt Tullrft who has a bad BBHBt. of r IwuTv Railway Kates are tlon," and substitute In iu place thi ; oysters grow fat and regulated bj OuTeiniuenl batretulU. Calumet U fat tuperior to back, who Is word "department! xture and flavor, so that " I weak or tired tourindlcenJtoaU. KC MkMrlal Corn I (loot How would It loo. AV X they uentl at their best in all the tl: Tbe American In Wettern Canada. XInUnota The CongregationiniiilrakrtmenL April finds her dui Leslie s t ranger In a atr&nge land, but K?-The Episcopalian department. a heavy Durden. lni nearly a mllllun of hit own p4ple already sntled there. If IF HE WERE A RELATIVE Thousands of The Methodist department. you dt aire to know why Screen. nervous, d1s tbeCanadlanSettlerla I needed a 9ifK" that could be thor The Baptist department. write and mend for .aaBHEuSl couraged, sickObservance of Colored Man Really Ofterature, ratea, etc, to The Presbyterian department. oughly screened from flies to keep ray ly women have fered Some Good Idea for Worthy W. 8. NETHERV, My husband with a key The Unitarian department. traced 413 Gardner BIdg., Toledo, Ohio Reflection. The I'nlvertiHst department of the hole saw made two half circles, four "Even, "PKiurr Tills trouoies to sick. Canadian Government Agnu, or teen inches by six Inches, out of a Christian ch srch, etc.. etc, Story" e kidneys have addresA hunerlnteiideut of An official of one of the departments J IniiiilgrMtlon, Straightway all are united In the pine, box; then nailed these ends found quick and thorough relief at Washington save that while gofcig Christian church and serving through ' with three pieces of quarter round, through using Doan's Kidney PillB. to his luncheon one afternoon he Saw The painful, trying valines of Inches long, bought ten the department which gives to them !' tventy-sevea military funeral passing down Penn- greaest efficiency The success of one cents' worth of wire screen, tacked It woman's life are much- - easier to HAIR BALSAM sylvania avenue. As the pageant, bear If the kidneys are well. A toilrt preparation of mrrlt. success of all. Deadly competl- - over this frame and screwed a little uvijh MfvraairataaaoaniX passed the official was standing on tho Is the Is measurably An Iowa Case elmlnated. and handle on top. Three or four dishes ForRaatorins Color and Mrs. J Hunt. !". H.f4h Ht , r'alrfli-M- . la.. & curb, hat In hand, and noting with in- tlon 1 Baautj to Crar or Faded Hair. frunj kldnry tumble. even iMl- - r IV" " of members at one time can be put under this 'Viir thin? rap I mjffrrvOheadarho and din? 60candtLOOatI)rarftta. vrn backah. had d terest the reversed arme, the pell!, and iut llmht, trlld mi couldnl walk. for the better, for both screen. Exchange. IfcianS KldwT lMliarorrd m wlwn coffin, and the riderless horse are affected yraUn tbni too highly. belong to the same church and are i elM falltMl. I I.H K A(;KNTS Sell our aprclalty. numrj behind some one touched him on the Gd Was Too Busy. Cat Doan'a at Any Stera. 50c a Box itinktr frum aiart $30 to !&0 frkly gulclc simply working Vtn different depart- elbow and said: "I hope you'll llfr aurn reprafr tl la pa no proflta. walking with Utile Jimmy was out wrlt lmm1 rurtrr Srrr !'.. Trrjnor. Ih. ' me, boss, but would you mln' tell-I- ments Is true already In his nurse when he passed a house Of course all this CO- - BUFFALO. N.Y. me whether the dead soldier was ' 'here the men were carrying out a w. n. u., cincinn; NO. the minds of many; is It true enough jnythin' to youT" I,e asked hls nurse wnat waa And by the chang-- , casket to be proclaimed? "Why, no," answered the official, he box, and she told him that Mr . h hrr Dla:emrer amonir tna smiling in spite of himself, as he ing of a word can we not set forward Hrown'S body was In It. That night burM-may be nar alo mirhtllv the simreme mirnnse of this ruarH are foalins: Dlatemiier turned and beheld a solemn looking r!hHRtln hour? Universalis! Leader "hen Jimmy Went to bed he didjMat:-Z?--KJ- l tnuj take home of them curu plaullnK may be lale If jour burea darky of perhaps sixty years of age. j say his prayers, and his mother mmmmmmmmTklmmmWL XA have DNietnier. i "Excuse me again, boss," continued him why He answered. "The At Our Best. the negro, "but you kinder looked that be too buy unpacking Mr is your true aafetruanl a cure aa well aa nreYrntlY lm ! mnd No roan lb the man he might havt he w on t be able to ll iiwnr sjti mermm sorry I thought mebbe he was some-thibuttle (MM and 1 10 00 dozeo. dellTered. Larce la more than twice Ine amallrrflze. Don't putlt off. Urt It. Drugglsta oraiul tomanufacturer. been no man will become the man he to you." &-- ? T&poba Medical Co., ChtoiiU and BlclerlIoill, Coaben. Ind.. U.S.A. "He was a brave soldier," answered may be who does not come to know imnnriatO to Mothers Jesus Christ. Christ Is an appeal to , Examine caSfully every btH tit the official. n .n.nt.nn riaTARTA n aafA atiH mirn rpmlvCfar The darky said nothing for a mo MM..i.nft uio io 4I10 ment. Finally, with a sigh, he added: the latent energies of one's better self. Infants and children, and see tfwf U vA iWOMtMS BamiSSalaWaWW'w .aaaafjr VXJH I KJ9 tTa1l trt ftlo It of CrVi ttl I IfcJ X' TJaam 1a ,wS. "Wouldn't It be gran", boss, mournln" T'r lrrT hlrr Ic aarvso C55sw for a man like that, s'posla' he was Peter came to know him, and the vac- 4..oo of sotnethin to you?" Ulatlng became the granite of stabll- - In For 0ver 30 Years, AND lty. Thomas came to know him. and Cry for Fletcher's Caetoria pT 'JHaH ? I,j5.iia yielded to assurance. Bar-hesitation z It Was His. Bight- -' A email boy in a town not far from timeus came to know him, and MEN AND WOMEN I fts.7 Awakening. nn I ttxliK . New York was telling his berolJeBB eyes began to see. Zacchaeus SHOES In ..vod re looking mighty sour, what's i Vj.aT BEST BOYS t2.60 aif tlie W0RLO i $3.00. 12.00. e to know him, and injustice be- the matter? Jioneymoon over?"" "I a mishap which had occurred JMjgam I daWanaWWM I JSP-V- AK e a fourfold power of Integrity. The largeat makara of playmate of his. The youngs apsB BO ,, How'd that happeo?'' C'5mYAT .aWawfjOal Men's $3.50 and $4.00 m JILaV OSSS yW appeared, bad been regaling ihwHrtaul came to know him. and the , ..nh .., ere driftlnK alone down sho in tho world. persecutor became the apostle. Bun- - llfe.g encnanta3 stream, like the poet with one of those large. marble-Ilk-a WW anK wItUbTI Aak Tour dealer to abow To n W candles which are a particular delight yan came to know him. and the pro- tells aD0Utf auci jUs as I was thinking L. Douelaa 93AO. S4.00 and "pilgrim!" The, j gnou,j iie to drift on and on with mW5 Inatyle. tu. SOahoea. Jnttaaa-ooex- faner became the of childhood, and in a moment, of ui n m ana wear aa otner maaea coating: So.uu to 7.00 citement. It slipped down an d stuck' same transformations are being her forerrt he up and told me that la ma ins dqit aiiierencQ anapea nrice. nnoea in an Bw in his throat. But, said the narxitefv wmnrtt in this day. In Christ we see she had got to have some money' leaioen, aiyjea anaW. L. to auit aTeryooaj, aaaaa JSM. If joa could Tlalt Douelaa larsro factoalU ries at Brockton, Maaa.. and see for youraelf ourselves at our best. "Looking into Houston Post, they succeeded in relieving hln aHVlBa. how carefully W. t. Douelaa ahoea are made, "Oh." said hiB mother, "you got It the face of Jesus, we are transformed tou would then understand why they are warranted Into the same image." Rev. Ellsworth Ragtime Made Easy. out, did you?" fit better, look better, hold their shape and wear Kry&iifwl ngrer than any other make for the price. One day my mother cut her finger "Naw." was the impatient answer, Higler, D. D. w. L. Dvuglaa not for sale In order Then she and she put a rag on It. It was his. "we shoved it down; Pik." airerc irom uie ahoea areana ine lamllT. yoor Tidnlty. dt c9 rjaJouTuioa imciotj saT8 ids miaairmaa a pronu r at all nnrta. Miora rorcverr memneror went to church to Dractice on the Dine Usefulness. wasn't It?" Christian's 'umoi lirKinw.poKiEcinc yoa now to order by mall, nniciariiiHivnirii ' Heethal "aJW3 and why yoa can tare money on yoor footwear. 'tilos It wul allow V.L.Uoualas Only Christ can Influence the world; organ, and a little boy who was there ' TAKE I namelaaurepedj . . Hrocktaa, Maaa. can play ragtime W. I. IIOIIOLA 8UB8T1TUTE on tne oouom. When the Doctor Called. but all that the world sees of Christ said, "O. Mrs. H Grace was six years old and very ilL Is what It sees of him In the life ot no So that a Christian' The family doctor took her hand to his followers. feel her pulse. In a moment Grace usefulness depends solely upon his re said in a whiBper, "It's no use to feel latlonshlp to Christ and the accuracj You can rlirondibriaMerandfsterco!orsthniryrtherdye.Oiiel0cpacxcclora my wrist, doctor, the pain U all u; with which he reflects tne divine llkr 'I dreinr Bsrmentkwitnsut nppina apsrt. Wnto for free booklet How to Dye. Bleach and Mix lolon. ihowmuc usuu vunKSjir, tfalacy. Ill, ircymmond. lu my head." W ness. jlfenry a ' ! ' ' dem-ribed ' self-respecI for home forces of I common, may be made effective Hut the de-sire has In a large measure proved fruitless, because of the unwillingness on the part of any to sacrifice their cherished Inheritance of denomina tlonal history, tradition, practices, dogama and autonomy. This stubbornness of Integrity has withstood etery assault and eery appeal, and really, it Is ' to the credit of those having convlc- tlons. to hold them sacredly, and yet ' because of this, the movement to- wards unity Is stayed at this point. And therefore It appears that goal 6o earnestly bought must b ap proached by another path; a path through which all may walk without) fcurrender of et and with entire abandou to thi. spirit of I unity. It should be noted that whatever the detail of practical opposition tc unity. really it comes back finally to pride of and loyalty to the denomination, that is. the one word which stands in the way of church unity today, is the word denomination, the word, re gardless of lt etymological meaning, which marks the boundaries of in- cluslvenets and eiclusUeness. and for- bidb any union which Is not absorp- , I t, First Sewing Machine. The earliest attempt at sewing ma the eldest daughter of Cranil Puke chliiery of which there is any authentic record was in 177.". in which ye.ir Confctantine. a brother of Alexai-dea was IX. of Denmark, and his mother helriK r 5& born in . uuuit an r.ii- jmi povpriii-hand Cerman and Creek tutors. Later on he went to Herlln. where he received his education as a foidler. being attached to the Second regiment of Prussian foot guards. In i,si7 he took command of the Creek troops in the war with Turkey, bin his army was crushed in Thessaly In April lat he was appointed toi general of the forces. and has blnce shown himself a soldier of merit. At the moment of hl accession he was in Kplrus. conducting the military opera tions for sweeping the Turks out of that province. . kiiitriiT ii. imiic i ...i tiiu i i.. .. iikiuiii ti (f was machine by Charles V patented in Kngland Weisenthal. s Kill the Flies Now and Prevent divavp. A IMls-KI.V KlI.I.KH will .!., It Killtlioii.aniI. I.nMsall sca-.All il.-or .ix exr-paid fur l. II. SOMKK3 I!J"IeKaIbAe, lirooklyn. X. Y. Adv. n. M-M inspec-successfu- DANDRUFF COVERED SCALP 3002 Cass St. St Ixnis Mo "For five jears I suffered with Itching of my body and scalp. My trouhle began with a rash on my lower limbs which was Disgusted Waitress. District Attorney Clark was conducting a case in the criminal court A large, negro was in the witness chair "An then." said the witness, "we all went down in tile alley, an' shot a few crap.' 'Ah,' said Mr Clark, swinging his eyeglass impressively. "Now, sir. I want ou to address the jury and tell them jtfst how you deal craps." "Wass 'hat?" asked the witness, rolling his eyes "Address the jury, sir," thundered Mr Clark, "and tell them just how you deal crapt." "Lemme outen heah." said the witness, uneasily "Firs' hing I know this gemman gwine asl; me how to ilriuk a sandwich." t Ignorance Assistant rough-shouldere- f ' - PAINFUL, TRYING TIMES hif-ca- ! Da7LHitit seHUtht IB1 s VVjiaji t w SETTLER yn r -- JKHT tneoon-dltlon- -- ' left-over- s their m&$g ttw.i4. J j KIPSjI i " flag-drape- 1 1 ex-.cu- n' DOAN'SVAIV FOSTER-MttBUR- 13. 1 K Corn Planting ii ,rzsrjS W1?&H aaaaaaV SPOHN'S DISTEMPER CURE 1 1 r.f.. Ci u0 cidren tJjCTfjtjr auu-ra- x W. L. DOUGLAS on 3j50 &m. $5 M m Mim 'SHOES v -- sri W Bnaaaaaaaaaaaa& fmM'.-Tf- - ( m.ym j;J u;iin t d Wl V fav.vm ri'f-jap- PUTNAM FADELESS DYES A-- 2- - JMmmmmbmmmJ' .. !.- , .. 'iaTtiii-J"w" i. k- 2- .: &! 1 W r' . - :t w. ,1 ' aaOJMt n m HHkj (S OB QB ( fit mm Death of L. P. Hall. i May tow. know:, as and ormer.y ''.. tiled at that p...- I' 5tr.iiis.vr, I. P. v. T i l:aJ. . . I the j?.rd-- r, v )$t Sterling. Mr. Hail and a man v,h) LCOUOL 3 PEK CENT. had gc.je :d the city with him, ran AKgeiawewtparaitonlorAs-strcilaiin,e ::, tne uiggy :to a Citcn. Uali l0 iheFoodaiKlRegula unable to extricate himself th tLigtlie SnsicisandD(tlsef man with him called to a citizen near y for aid. The latter hurm w w- ried - il scent but when he t t riontciesDigcstionJChceHU-there fc and i.o one but Hall. ai.d r.css and RestXontains nciihr he helplfcs, the ether man hav.ng OpiuntIorphine twrMiueraL decamped. He, a Mr. Kobh.s, we Not Narcotic. Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. A, Alma, Ark., bolieve. rescued Mr. Hall from his says: I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, jiccitamLcs&wmwi lor women. Before 1 began to lake Cardui, I was purlieus i csition and took him to so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy his wn heme. later him spells and a poor appetite. Now 1 feel as well and to Mayt.,-.va- . Dr. s. G. 5prao..i g as strong as 1 ever did, and can cat most anything." t jk Charge of him, dressed a hand Begin taking Cardui todav. Sold by all ceaiers. ifnStii- C.cnMixr bauly ' ruieed or lacerated, ami administered to his other needs. At A pen'ect Remedy for Consfipa- hi vent 'ry oi Mr. Hall's effects d. lion i ;our sioKidai.uiAin." r mi imi ibj idcied that his iVJ watch, a.. . money he had vz. him and ."rl . i worth 'f v.L.s'.:-- hd disappeared. t XicSiroSe Signamreof Oar Masonic Wards. l'iXr .i..e here Sunday :.d The ware .1 the Masons in th: NEW YORK. :su:.ty mtiii r.td in the hoiur purchased a r tY.u cf J. T. Day, r- . . iaifcQ iae c.cumancee siiLeian-follorHcftheK me Journal last week tially as we DEVELOP.MENT )F CHRISTIAN print them. Mr. Ha. Charley Cravens, Mizpah CHARACTER OUR GOAL. at .Maytowu. bnnwl o ' iMertheFoodw 507, .Bin the pr.nting office; Later. Since the above was put WhV Attend H87el fifPP.n Atfrirmv? cioda Stamner. Cox m. is in dc- .:-i ' uicbiiu;, Mfcutt: , ii... euuie i.i nab . iuivDdiliA fitnrv is fold thnr. flip cm. Exaa Copy of Wrapper. tmc ciirTu ccranr. ki vo rj luuge lue BECUF " wun .ur. xiaie ueserieu mm 1. It is,lorated on high pround amid Elizabeth and Herbert Reynolds j superb bcenery, and near the fauoutt in kipdergtrten, Blanch Fulks inwhen he fel1 5n tbe ditch went to Swango Spring. nnd rrfliP Trmicp Knnior in a nearby farm house and went to ih vv wmuv a word about the the fourth grade, Gertrude Stam- - bed 6avig ' ?U dif 'W H&U maU fnThonmTeDttOW,", ler 5n the fiftL and Lucinda ?tam- - the dllch a11 night, exposed to the perm the eevputh. grade; p,eratt 3. Its graduates are admitted to State v -- ..r , tnowe iora ,iove-- 1 rain and cold, and when taken to Have yoi conswei.ed the gbeat convenience of our new mailing eysteai lN0 universJty. Transylvania aud Betbanj ' J'DUBe ue Wttb ,u a uepiorame for li. S. degree without examination y in the eighth grade. Indeed,, ;iuu uncunuuioD&i. state. It was this exposure aud theMasoni nave right to be proud 4. Greatet returns for money f the wkey that killed the pocr When the ho::sowive9 of the Helechawa road, the Campton road, thereccrde of their wards. penuea. the Gra?y r. ad ' r lhn Maytown road discover in the afternoon that man, withtut doubt. C. It lissesif i't'uni.j!j strong facuJtj tliy av n' .roffe', Jgar, etc., etc., for next day's use, all you havb PrrITfril Rbin Ralvp of Christian workers. For the Weak and Nervous. :oK.a;. 10 ou - Hrauuj j.idnig money for paymeut and the few cents pott-Rnoti.r. . aAA.U k.(aV 13 AJjy'H, . UUWiWVti ' iirea-cbii tvmtmw nervousv mi tne necessities in next day's mail. wtait, 1 tofleifci. free coarse in wood worh. everywhere u the beet rem-d, uuij;ti liju ;tei. ciaJtv of .i . " li Hf.'IKKK IIr i., Wt, II i;uu .. IIIlllllin illl III. ,. Bk t i"' c and also fcr I urns, bruises aud t.u! m.,.; boild. liedoceh ii.flammatiozi and ,iaVfc c Kcu .1 :e soothjiipfenn T So.sa- - ao th'1 fensit.e tL.i.g x, r r i. r u t n.i.!.v..'...5-..- : ftf ftnrs. r.f r.in.. tafc t.ectr.? IJltterfi, man. nnblithfir fcr he tUmj2 You don't know what good bread is unless you've tried this flour with .ins, N. C, wr.teshat cu- - box . r nirci W U intert ierm opened i net-- ' h.3n. d !S BPrirrK Ktr mlmn:,: f. kidiifc.w. llioufrande 1(111 uuy, juuucrv i, ivio. me jjjbcthtrremeGiesfaed. Ouivl.'wlh,r 1,Vrf to xhs 5 Hr-- BEEAD BAKING POWDERS. Mrs O.IJ TWbommended bvalldeaierb. Ad piirticulrifs eddrets Por tal Cei.ttr. N.Y, PiUNCirAL, B. Sebastian Withdraws. Electric I tttrs HRreat- - AiMmb'XJL Kj. Uur! V. HT f"rtrs .. . .1.. . The 'vVtfct Liberty Courier hae a csi ct ..tt I1 it has done foflfe." Get a tardafrom Jamee II. Sebatlian. o l.r.ttla Tt.,)f n. H rr... .. .I.." thatW'lace, w,tbdrawuiE from tha r t., ,:....m iiium' in your Jiwaiiu. ...w. MADISON ;u ioicui-race Br Representative by reason Only SOcand $1 00. nd- sement. ,of hmvel igibihty on acccr.r.t cf ed by all dealers.j K4 ty Ccurt clerk. In the Elected Cynthiana Principal. AND FFJ, LINE card he r nk6 hie friends for tht l'rnf ,", IM,! 1 CnrA nn.r Urn ,' ' IRECT KROM support him, aud there Win. ,, rd. tf tb.s c.tr. ard ii no off tho track f. rnitrly ,.rtt.di,t cf Cord's fBut lie he fctfc not written us to here, but who has i bm. withdraw h'.e name, and th- - card . wtiBr--nak. been a teacher at the Catlettsburg was not requested to be copied, e llso. LADIES' HK SES and CHILD- VK4SMMH High tchuo. for tht pr.bt 3'ear, w Sit I UET'S READY. MABT DRESSES. (V await his clhcial pay eo. W elected Principal of the Cyutniana Since tl at ve waB typed ve Underwear, Hosiery, Laces and City Schools at a meeting of the have been convmced that there is Latest .Notions & Novelties Board cf Education in that citv no mistake abou week, to succeed Prof. A. H. Call and see my Pattern Hats. s, who goe6 to Paris. Rheumatism Qui Miss FALAY LONG. S was selected out of 3S thoroughbred "My eister'a husband This fine make the beajn of tack of rheumatism in a graduate of Diddle TtoHion-'.rJ- I writes a well known resl lt13 at my stables on Lucy creek at rsity and has Newton, Iowa ehi derablKperience as a 3)1 U IU iN&UKtl LIVE. UULJ, of Chamberlain inimeut, whidp ler. PreviuBl6 lia? selection wid on the money due when rBarprove6 in foal, is he applied for resident of Cord'Kinstitute waparted with or bred to another animal, next mor: without my consent. gone.J' F as Principal of the lS'oal ffigh eu- iiiuscaiar rn This is bis third season and bie colts matism yo iiotm ng bet- - School aud made an enviable rep- : :: aa fine as anv ever produced in Enst- arc 'b Liniment iutation. He has a host of friends f3!tj lt1rwl Ilrftf llrfi Mt.infl ter than Cb irn....Al.. DO cn.l in. nnrl lift ia the befct of SOJO Dy ail dtBftA.dv. ..f '4 who will be interested to learn of BOOTS AND SHOES AND HATS AND CAPS, the bunch. Brfntized' (his succe6B. Mt. Sterling Gazette. Uair. MADISON CHIEF i by Bourbon line of Revp.'PT5 Ht Chief and out of a Blue Jeans mare; Spen' nnn Druinntf linn ,. 12ud dam Golden King. Forcomjilete iivvuinoiwr ivu g 's are times in every life when she needs a tcnic lo help her ever the hard places. Men that time comes to cj, jcu know what tonic .0 take Cardiii, the woman's tcnic. Cardui is composed of purely egclable ingredients, which act Ee!l 'iyet Surel'' cn lne weakened wcmanlv organs, ?n hep bu.ld them back to strength and health, n nas benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing wemen in its past half century cf wonderful success, and it will do the same lor you. You can't make a miske in taking wo-r.an- You Need a Tonic There gn: -I 'I Sunday morning about 10 o'cI"k. of acute alccholitin. it is thoui: t. There are tome peculiar features surrounding his illness and dem.-if reports ar? rei.a't.r. and we the tale as xokl as. One nieht last , CASTORIA PnrTnfjiTifsnTiH Children. t- -. week, whi. return. Mg frrr. Mt. buiH The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Has Helped Thousands. f f(r i r t- ! . In Use EaMI '3EW&nrar ii Lu-;wa- "YorrcsjConTilsionsJ;eTrisn-ntssandLossoFSLEE- For Over HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY. y Thirty Years 1 w: 8 I CASTORIA i -- " ''' qv.j -- .a. - r v. , I "' ut Citizens of the Country 1 i- a-lOHU I ts-io- i ' C f a 1 t.ir. ., i.., vi I K J t, 1 1 - 11 17 . - -. 'ter - "EBake & SON, Flour 1- T Ml'r V, I ..V-D1:l'- 1 Urt-rn- . HAZ EL GREEN. CHIEF. .. J, .- . INERY , - ....... prT-ih're- VI 1. fcj V, J. ",...' Ctl-leuia- t- Ii.t-tilut- f m$3m; mB HWiF AN w--- ) &k S CENTER. - I W JM -- !. ld fii-S- Come To My Store GOODS, andjHu - t cuic oKnd cwn DRY NOTIONS, cerand WrtW.'.Cbl fm , j" The readers (if this paj er Hill be pleased religious m66G!rat nw a! M of ItoleaiD that therwJB ar least one dreaded , ufteake that tclencT: lias been able to cure .i:n neau jn a its ttapes, be'1 that is catarrh.. Hall's Eili" Hurst, on I" urt i 'l'-- vuy Ptie cure now HeV ae in mouth, but I will not be retpoctible for of StillwaUx QUdaJ Kcown in toe mcuirai iruicruii. v.u.irru accident, or esci.pts. a ch Sir thrnctit the service, at the being acuiihti:tiouldieae requires a con ifctitntional treatment. Kali's Catarrh Cur lOflN D BO&E, tnd cf which Le ,ml,r,i xhu1ita jutirBaiiy, acting directly upon tht Leaie, Ky. pedigree see cards have opened my rboob farly to give . . r itm.ii I ..SSS Vi I GROCEHBE ONLY DRUG " STOJjlN THE CDUNTY, 3l-- -- ! We carry sfull line of HARDWARE immeiFlC.. J.tiLg too weak to dilute, .lO pn'ing the pitiinlVtreiigthby gr G. LOCKHART, and twisting. , netica..ica to Sllllwate. nature ;. the constitutionThe propr ietort and FARMING IMPLEMENTS. u"t:ih .ts received We also handle a complete line of DENTIST, jrrftk r.nd thtre ureEcnbed the rite tl.it trtv ft Jljndrt J urame lur ::. rsctitm ts ut in the, x,mai cf the Baptist church, oM?Tr:i, xy, COFFIN S and CASKETS.. .. '. re. tor '.o.fityci '.' ".eatoBau't KeiH has Ucn a sufferer from i;lprepared t ., J i .mnt 4r il iLU JtllUttltU iyj l.rv UO I. n ! 1. .. Illicit nr.l uuvv.o rfnnt i4 t !i . -vu UUUIUCU yy therebyanil tnitniim .1 .urji.vj... iititrovng the foundation of the -- .! ;"v . 4. W..11,. , to Soteisbt.ilth atuie2?jBow. a Wt ""ice? w"u KHwiGraftrArr.: hK-Jsnart- Utoaacb treble, cr acafe iditE- . f j jme ..... xt:'?-'-d01SR l,--- e uIMiuc W0fk. ;.uth in powir- Dollars r i:e an v f..r ii m , f..,K - .. . ,,r v. . . .. .i w- p j t W m m m W V M- ? , ., - ..-.- , JJa.i - . v. . .- - I'iUh ccLtttp&tiou f - -- V J Tb Herald and aid both one year forJ.OO. Ljai-villeDAi- ly Her J. TAYLOR wmJ DAY. V J " ! "r