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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r s I Cd P TCa T lrrv ca rVilT r 1t if1yiw li 4 4 11 YOFF t vJt vjl j- itc j rycv 1 y- I I i 1 I I N HE HAzEI REEN ER D0 = = Established March 41885 Made Famous inthe Story ofJonathan and His Oontinentby Max ORell = 0 nn nO I u dt SP pwoPRand IOlmTherOdest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains i 100 a Year in Advance J = == onnn = i TWo STYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 14 1909 NUMBER 1C t I r lexiniton and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect June 21 1908l WEST BOUND = 1Vo1 AoS o5B- TATIONS I Oailyex Dailyand Suuday i Sunday unllayollly AMLve PMLve AMLve Jackson 6 10 aw I 2 20 pu7UUf um 2 25 7Riaw- Braltyvr o If pmt pm OitJunctJc 7 1II1m 3 tn pm 7 4 am 7 lIaw 3 iI pm tI am- S2m 7 4i aw 3 ail po atmm Torrentll 7 lIS I1W 3 a7 Vn tl =S am 8 15 am 26 pm 854 un hadStanton 8 25 am 35 pm 9O am Clay City Oi lUtJ1am is LEJuncn 900am 14 20 ptri1012 um Winchester 9 19 am U5 pm1025amar 9 55amLemon i job EAST BOUND Ii No4So = STATIONS i Daily and Dailyex Sunday ismII I Sunday son hadI Lye P 11 LvejA51l 2 15pm o Lextngton 0 tLII1 JO 8 13 amWinchester2 38 pm uoi jlast 2 IS pmLEJuncuoui jj82tiiim U 02 amOityjI05 M pmllOClay 441 I 10 am 3 58 pw144Stanton 130 PWICampton Juutu 1J 3tl pm pm57LNat lirillge 43 am 4 si 47 pm 6J Ilorrentlti l 9 5J am on iU BeattyveJc 7ulb 17 am 5W pm ten 605 pm 90 OKJUncnI901l15 am Jackson i94ll M am 6 10 pm94 CONXECTIOSSot 1 i E JUNCTION liniu Nos 1 and w i1 wake connection w itb the C 4 O Ry lor Mt Sterling- CAMIroN JUNCTION Trams Nos 1 2 3 aud 4 connect with the Mountain Central By lor Pine Ridge and CampionB- EATTYVLLK JtrtoNTrains No 2 will wale connection at Beattyville June with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyville 0 A KJUSlTIOSTrains Nos 3 and 4 at connect with the Ot K Railway for local stations on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL Ueneral Manager 01lAI3SCOTT lien Pass Agent li Oi nmMi BaiiwagJ j of time Table May 21 1905 WEST BOUND N33 iS K No 21 I Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex Sunday 2 m Sunday PM ARK o 27 PM ARBC 5 20 0 Cannel City J22 12 35 4 55 12 19 445 11liuelechawa20 113 I 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 Wilhurst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 1 EAST BOUND No 34 A Xo2 Daily ex = STATIONS == Daily ex Sunday Sunday AMLVB1lIIK7 10 27 Cannel City Oj 1 00 I 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 Iie7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 148 37 10 Wilhurst 20 1 51 I 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nos 21 and 22 will make close connectioi at 0 K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 fo points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail way M L COXLEY Superintendent I mountain ContI31 RallIoaff No 1 No 2 DEPART 6OOamCamptonll30a 200 pmCampton 6 00 p No2 No1 4 ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampn JonclO 05 am 3 SO pmCampn Juno 4 40pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas lenger trains B F BOLIN- CUNDERTAKER CAMPTON KY NFORM3 the citizens of Wolfe the adjoining counties that he carries a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes andeverything necessary to put away the dead in decent style I Special caskets supplied on hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones kc EWELL C KOSE 4Notary Public STILLWATER KY Qiers his professional services to citizens of Wolfe county and solicits the patronage of rttJl who may Lave legal papers to execute 1 AOSceat ha residence on Still water 4- H sr- II COUNTY NEWS I on = f t Local Items ot general items interest to a majority of our reader especi not ally distant fiends LANDSAW The writer was ndt well last week therefore did ndt write a Francis Madden bought of John Bnrchfield nice buggy horse paying a good price Vise Carulino Taylor who hasI a severe case of typhoid fever now getting well N L Combs has completed his not of hauling lumbe from Lacy creek to HelechawafwiJ Miles Nickell and James Wil of were at Laudsaw SJinday They been visiting on Holly has Grant Rose left fcfr Lexington1Mrs week to he with j his brother few Cleveland at Elmendbrf farm Robert Tackett and Levi Dickinson have gone to Curter county her a visit and will be gone about days iI John C M Day was here theW day and work oft the extension of the MOl ntainCentral willI begin at once 1 Candidates are becoming very numerous in this aeqtion and it seems the election iife going to b I byvery warm here i I Arthur Kash who is teaching Valeria visited hoire folks Saturday and Sunday j He was accompanied by Troy Vrileon Hon J M Te ter tent to Jackson today Mon ay to attend Cir cuit court Ho nxpeqts to remain several days prc vide he can keep the olection oil iiis mind Died Fridav he Jjth the wife ofhDoc ChanSbera Saturday the 9tb the wildof Jjhn Russell i Monday the lltji Ms Jane Tay lor Mrs Taylor was at the eItGeorge Sally when phe died andor her request was thatlher5 body be kept three days and bights before burial j IMrs l1 Halsey was again seen a t Lizzie Millers i Sunday and he told the writer tht he had be converted to the act the- he t ought to take Tnjj HERALD she i gave the writer the money to pay for his subscription one year and says send the paper to him Landsaw I H J Spencer t followed and arrested two boy near Olive They were charged with stealing a mule in Breathitt county He arrived here with them Monday of last weekand took tL em to Jack I jail Wednesday The boys are about 1C years of age and their names Johnson 1 Oct 11AiO i i Hoarseness in a ch ld subject toII thrcroup l 4 i approach of the disease If Cham berlaius Cough Reedy is given at once or even after the croupy cough has appeared jt will preventji the attack Contains no poisonI Sold by all dealers I ETREN j MistmNannie were visiting at Consolaj tion Sunday jl A bean hulling caine off at the home of Walter Mhloney TheY crowd was composed of youthful1 beauties Grover and Allerj Maloney of Stillwater visited their cousinj Walter Maloney an family Saturday night j j Charlie Maloney laud brotherw of Lacy Creek were guests of theie brother Walter and family Saturday night = i ldClarence Bladken hip and wifej of Mt Sterling wage visitin hisi uncle J H Barker and family from Sunday U11tII1aesdaYijli 24Misses Estella arid Ethel Edwards of this place were guests of MissSianley Mal6ney at Stilllj water 1aturda uJgHt and Sunday Mws Flo Blanken hip who hal bee staying at her grandfather- at s Consolation wag visiting het cousins Misses Nanband Dorca B rkor Sunday nigljt S PANSY BUD jI 1 JOct11 ti j Send in JUie newjt i i i iII il3Il l I I U1r i+0 i TO CORRESPONDENTSMail your early so they will reach our office tnornhmgMondayif I hero be published unless of unusual im parlance Advertise no ones business of andwrite on one side of the paper only kins LEXIE J G Trimble sold to Zilly Hurt was tine red cow flush to pail j price paid 80- Taylor and Quilla Center wore guets of Clarence Trimhlo and wife Sunday Aunt Eliza Nickell who has been very sicK for some time is improving muchpIJ H Trimble and wife visited M S Campbell and family your town SundayraMrs Nancy Swango of Stanton few been visiting her daughter Southey Lacy for the past dayssilMiss Mary Trimble of your town spent Saturday night with j brother J H Trimble and wife at this place James Cox wife and children visiting Mrs Coxs parents George Byrd and wife Saturday night and spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Joe Lee Wilson at this placeChurch services were held at the G conductedeBro M V Roberts of Hazel Green and in the afternoon he preached at Rose Chapel Wo are always glad to have Bro Roberts with us- Quincy Jaggers wife and little as son Vernon of Illinois j Mrs Jane Nickell and son Robert Ollie Nickell and wife of Grassy j Lee Fallen and family of Daysboro all visited with W S Trimble and family Saturday night and Sunday of Oct I11 BERTIK is in time of sudden mishap accident that Chamberlains Liniment can be relied upon to take the place of the family doc tor who cannot always be found thattChamberlains Liniment is never sprainstberlains Liniment takes out the- o soreness and driyes away the pain Sold by all dealers atSTAMPER BRANCH Lenie Robinson was in this sec tion Thursday IIDave Coldiron was a guest of Fred Stamper Sunday Andy Ratliff was the guest of his daughter Zulie Stamper Sun day Roe Stamper of Gillmore was a guest of his cousin Geo BrooksII Saturday James Stamper and family were I guests of L G Stamper and fam I ily Sunday I Miss Mauda Stamper had the misfortune to fall and dislocate one of her arms Will Tom Mills of May town was the guest of his uncle GreenJ I Stamper Sunday A bean hulling came off at Iein home of Will Stamper Saturday night All report an enjoyable time Mrs Fannie Brooks went to Maytown shopping Friday and her way back called on Mrs Mary Stamper Rhoda Clark of Clark branch has been visiting relatives andl friends on Stamper branch for the past week Farmers in this section are sowing wheat They seem to thit k it is best for every farmer to raise his own flour Miss Mallie Stamper who has been visiting at her fathers Will Stamper left Thursday for the Homo rf her uncle Ves Norman near Daysboro where she has been making her home Lucien and John Bolin who turned from Oklahoma about weeks ago are visiting relatives and friends on Stamper branchT for a few days The former went west about five years ago and the latter about threb They seem like Old Kentucky and have eated at Jackson i Oct 1L SPKINQHIUC I Sf u IBURKHART was hero business recently a Rev W H Elam made a trip to Cannel City recently Robert Burton of Elmore was Saturday on businesl1CI Shelby Risner and Jarill Ratliff Creek in this isGrassy were section buying cattle and hogs Marion Irvine and Shiloh Ly visited relatives Here Sunday South Stamper of Cannel City in this section the other day Pres and Marion Bailey made a is business trip to Cannel City the other day tDoraI week shopping Thomas Keeton of White Oakd through hero Saturday en route to BreathittsRev Andy Crase Porter and HitDavis went to Salyersville aIIJ days ago on blll1nessJHarry Terrill of Breathitt county passed through here a few days en route for Big Sandy Mr and Mrs Lee Crase of near Patton in Magoflin county visited relatives here Saturday and SundayMiss a Haney and George Crase returned from JackRon where they had been visiting relatives for some time Miss Florida Bache who has been attending school at the H A visited homo folks from Saturday until Monday Heddie Tyler of Dorsie a popu lar young man and noted for his courting qualities attended church here Saturday and Sunday The girls are ail glad to see him come he is their favorite Misses Ransia and Rhinda Al- Ien Esther and Della Edwards Bessie and Ida Rudd of Bclknup Maud Stella and Addie Phipps Insko all attended church here Sunday We are glad to have such nice young ladies visit our place Attorney John Coffee of Log villo made an interesting speech here last Saturday on Morality I Mr Coffee has the appearance of being a nice gentleman in everyII respect and we hope his talk will I be of some interest to the people c of this section Rev Joshua Oliver of Elliott John Lykins of Edna j Loman Barker of Lykins John MorrisII of Caney W L Lacy of InskoI Wm Lindon D 11 Deboard of Cannel City W H Elam and Andrew Crase preached interesting sermons here Saturday and Sunday to large and well behaved audiences Wo hope the good work may continue and do much for this vicinity 1Oct 11 NAT The pleasant purgative effect ex perienced by all who use Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the healthy condition of the body and mind which they create makes one feel joyful Sold by all dealers CANNEL CITY Mrs Watters is visiting relatives and friends in Louisville Malone Lykins is out this week the interest of his Candidacy for representative j The department of music in the public school opened wiih an enrollment of 21 pupils 0Mrs Everett Bach and little daughter Hallie Day are visiting relatives at Clay City Florence Vaughn after attending the Lexington Public school one month returned last week and matriculated in the school at this place The Saints church have just closed a two weeks revival at this place Sister Carter of Mt Ster ling and Sister Brown of New York have done most of the preaching Several additions have been made Poppa Nail Fairie Templin Edna Lykins Omer Gambill Molly Kilgore Sue Long Hubert Gam apdeAndrew Watson enjoyed a Saturday night We are told hearts were gay and voices sweet beneath the canopy of the stars toOct 11 ETHEL toItis the after effect of experi ence that counts j Ho K MURPHY FORK Born to the wife of Dave Ross girl Dr Taylor Center ofliciat ty ingMrs NanniH Ross was very sick Sunday and Dr Taylor Center was iand of Mort Easterling of Cfumel City visiting relatives and friends in and this vicinity Long Dave Lawson swapped a Jersey cow to Sam Lawson for a yearling mule to Miss Mary Murphy who has been on the sick list frsome time he up and doing again Inclo Wash ITollon and wife- f jI Oklahoma are in this section of in relatives and friends Uncle Sam Wilson spent Suua on the creek and found that i all his relatives and standbys had The attendance at the school at I place has increas d in num Prof Kelly Wheeler is the right man in the right plncecrDr Harry Murphy1 last week 1 took a trip to 15 renthiIt and other counties and succN led in finding some rich herbs ai d harks for his I botanical institution Last week Ben Mhrphy swapped mule to John Rose of Lacy Creek fcr a fine saddle horse and of received 90 worth of cattle Ben is always up to date when bootci comes his way Nearly everyone from one end of the creek to the other attended the big meeting at Flat Gap Sunday of Interesting services were conducted by Revs Harlan Mur phy and Bill Yocum 1 B Rose of Mize sold his stockof foods to Andrew Old field and Frank Oldfield sold his stock to the same party Both stocks willoccupy the shelves of Johnny Oldfieldri old store at Mize as Oct 11 TUMP Money Comes In Bunchesa to A A Chisholm of Treadwell N Y now His reason is well worth reading For a long time I suffered from indigestion torpid liver constipation nervousness to and general debility he writes I couldnt sleep had no appetite nor ambition grew weaker everyday in spite of all medical treat ment Then used Electric Bitters Twelve bottles restored all my old time health and vigor Now I can attend to business every day Its a wonderful medicine Infallible for stomach liver kidneys blood and nerves 50c at all dealers The Pedestrian Chugchug I Brrrll brrr- Honkhonk Gilligilluggilligilhllug I1 The pedestrian paused at the intersection of two busy cross streets and looked about Ac automobile was rushing at him from one direction a motorcycle from another an auto truck i was coming from behind and a taxicab was speedily approaching Ziprip 1 Zingglugl- He 1 looked up and saw directly above him a runaway airship in rapid descenttt There was but one chance He was standing upon a manhole cover Quickly seizing it he lifted the lid and jumped into the hole just in time to be run over by a subway train Lippincotts The BedRock of Success lies in a keen clear brain backed by indomitable will and resistless energy Such power comes from the splendid health that Dr Kings New Life Pills impart They vital ize every organ and buildup brain and body J A Harmon Lize more W Va writes They are the best pills I ever used 25c atI all dealers Four of a Kind INSKO Kv Oct 9 1909 i Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Please find enclosed money for the following subscriptions to your valuable paper THE HERAU D P Elam W P Taulbee and K R Elam all at Dorsie Ky LogvilluatWishing you much success I remain etc BURNS Children EIAtIII FOR FLETCHERSII ft t A Card of Introdicti B Gentlemen and citizens of Wolfe coun I am proud of the opportunity introducing to you James F Brown of Gosneyville M the Republican nominee candidate for the office of Atsesrar Wolfe county and gentlemen being pelonallyacqnaintedwith Mr Brows the Brown family and historically acquaintad with their ancestry I feel somewhat able to do justice both to Mr Brown and the public in presenting him the people of this county So gentlemen and friends first and in order that you may know of what family sprung from and to whom he belongs according to the ties of nature wish to say that he iia time younger tOO ttev Janip M Brow and wife Polly lirown of this place and county and in nephew to the well known and dearly beloved Itev John Brown of Menefee county to whose once cheering hut now stilled voice many of us have ofttimm listened with glad hearts anduplifted souls He is also a brother to John Brown Jr who lost his life hy being to death by a log rolling ever him A man whom many of you know andwho for generosity and uprightness you have learned to love and of whom wish to say that in spirit principle and practice and for truth and veracity his young brother is a fair specimen He is a grandson of Jackie Rose one the first settlers of Stillwater and who was one of the best and leading of the county in his day 31 r Brown is nephew to Unrip Bob and Jell Rose of Stillwater jiLt Uncle John and Joe Rose of Lacy Creek all whom are among the very best quietest law abiding and upright citizens of our county So now my friends you will not be greatly surprised to know my young friend Mr Boown as 1 know him to be one of the most strictly sober straight forward upright honest and honorable young men ofour county our state or to that matter our United States Gentlemen I have been well acquainted wiih Mr Brown from his early youth have been associated with him ia his home in school in church and in Sunday school and on the public highway and have always found him to to pure in conversation never attempting use lewd vulgar or indecent lan guage never attempting to swear never approaching a falsehood never tattling or talking abouthisneighborsor indulg ing in anything of the kind He is a strictly sober man for as mucn as I have been with Mr Brown I have never seen him intoxicated in the least degree never did I see this young man touch the bottle drink adrop of whisky brandy beer or anything of the intoxi cating kind Neither did I at any time in life smell the scent of anything of the kind on his breath He is a liberal man being ever ready to go down in his pocket and bring out any reasonable contribution to relieve the sick or suffering to aid the church or Sunday school to assist any worthy friend in doing good to himself or man kind He stands err ready ID lend an uplifting hand to any church society or institution in the advancement of the principles of religion morality educa tion and refinement He is a man with an unstained record from his childhood and is every way just Inch a man as is worthy of the public honor and support of the good citizens of Wolfe county to whom we look for such a majority of votes as willsafely and securely elect him to the office of Assessor of Wolfe county Now gentlemen we do nct ask you to take these claims for true upon ounrord but we ask you to see Mr Brows we his friends see any truthful and honest acquaintance of his and learn who Mr Brown is and then we feel that you willcheerfully give him your support in the coming November election and us your hearty approval as to doing justice to you as our fellow citizens and to Mr Brown in presenting him to you as our candidate D B PELFBRY IIHOWS THIS d Dollars Reward that ran not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure P J CIIENKY CO Toledo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finanncially able to parry out any obligations made by his firm WALDINO KINNANMARVIX Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure U taken internally acting directly upon the blood and nniiou surfaces of the system Testimonial crat free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by Druggist Take IIaUs FamilY Pills torcon tpation 1 Subscribe for tke Herald tcaj l J a+ c la+ k J q- f JV i iiIII W ri JI 1bf i tf t I Iy ri I I f C I I Ittf 1 THE HERALD Knteredatthe oSceaiiecondclasimtttter Hazel Oren Pod II SPENCER COOPER Editor I HAZEL GREEN KYii THURSDAY Oct 14 1909 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY j 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAms Judge KELLY KASII Commonwealths Attorney onIMeets third Monda in January firs Monday in May third Monday in Septem ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge G B STAMPER County Attorney ItOBERT 1 CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District o1C M Fallen third Friday in March June September and Iecem her District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Fri in and No pivemberDistrict No 3S F Allen second Friday in February May August and November District No +P Jt Legs first Friday iin March May August and November District No5T C llollon second Friday i in March June September and December District No 6Roy Hurst third Friday iin February May August and November District No7B T Helton fourth Friday in March June September and December District No 8J M Lovelare first Friday i in February May August and No cemberjoDEMOORAT1OfTIOKE1 For State Senator3lth Senatorial District E E HOGG i Of Owsley CouutI For Representative 91st Legislature District MALONE LYKINS j Of Morgan County 0 I WOLFE COUNTY For County JudieW n DUIIi For Count Court ClerkY L CAltItOL For Circuit Court Clerk J C LINDON i For Sheriff GEORGE iV SALLL ii For G A J1LE bForFor JailerJ C Ir LITTLE For Co Superinteuuent W TAULUEEv For SurveyorE j SA311LEii For CoronerJ RANK j MORCAN COUNTY s For Circuit Judge 32nd District J B HANNAH For Commonwealths Attorney 32ml MDistrictJOIINFor County JullgeI C FEHUUSOX For County AttorneyJ P HANEY AbllAlForj ForCircuit ClerkR M OAK LEt For SheritflJ B BUOWN For Jailer II C COMBI For Assessor WH IT KFMIL1- For CoronerZAlH IUN F i E For SurveyorI P TURNER y OUR POSITION i When a newspaper or an indi i vidual takes a position on any question of public agitation ancl t stands for that position it should Iset forth reasons for such a court r that the public may understand the truth j For many years THE HEx t has been published in Hazel Creep and has been run as a Democrat i paper and has as a rule supported the candidates and policies the Democratic party but thorp have been certain exceptions tit is still a Democratic paper but first Of all IT ADVOCATES THE WEIj FARE AND BEST INTERESTS OF TH i PEOPLE i For retrospection Twelve yea s ago THE HERALD opposed the eleel I tion of Judge Redwine because it believed his election was not to the best interests of the peopl t and it still believes his election was not to their best interest- ii His term of office of six years which closed in the dark days of Breathitt county the days of a I sassination and feud reign anaI martial rule in Jackson in 1902 and 1U03 and which even to this day has not been fully remove4II During his term the Goebel elec- tIon law was passed the Music Hall convention oLjadiich Judge Redwine was chairman wa hel and the people now of its results and how it was followed by a Re publican victory in this state During tht siX y an term tHeJJ 1 tbittftlld 1 t k j 110t i this the nakiti of the people ofiI section oHipus to the outside orld Judg4 Hargis and Ed Callahan and Alejr Hargis were friends hud Judge Kedwine was their Friend These I matters are mat jters of history and can not be denied and for the simple fact that pit is said history repeats itself r thingsI condi lions for ourjpeople and although this paper may be denounced fo- site r position it can not support Judge Redwijie and his running mate Mr Johnson First Judge Adams has beenon I the bench for ly a short term less than two thte governor to this position and aft er serving iill this office for ono year the people elected him for the remainder of the term by a majority oljj nearly 900 We believe that the election last fa 1 was a fair expression of the voi of the peoplo that Judge Vhite his opponent for this office was an honest mug a splendid lawyer and an upri ht citizen The peo e chose Judge Adams in th contest and wo have seen nothing in his conduct since last election to change the will of the people Kelly Kali the present co monwealthsj attorney was appointed to succeed Judge Adams theii remainder jf the term by a ma rity of mode thou eight hundred over a strong opponent llr Kash was born and raised iii this coun publictschools andat the Hazel Green Academy and is one of our aw boys He lies distinguished him self in this office has performs his duties c ncientiously and well1 and met every requirement In his official i position he has mot and antagonized the strongest lawyers of the district and ha- een their equal During their term the violators of the law have been shownluo quarters and especially have she whiskey men been opposed The word comes from Breathitt tliat Judge Adams an- r Kash pro being opposed b the blind itiger men and boot loggersI and peddlers of liquor i Breathitt county and tor this reason and other reasons above state jwe believe they should have the support of the good people There is no reason why this race should have been thrust upon the people Peace and good will is what we want There is no reason why there should have been any opposition to Judge Duff and the other candidates in this county and we believe the Democratic ticket should be elected in this county Give to the people quiet and peace and to this end giyeI them officers whose ability an l honesty of purpose has been tried ofTo Redistrict the State More important to the welfareI of Kentucky than any act ho hasI performed slues he has been theI states chief executive was the ap pointment by Governor Willson lastweek of committee bipatisan in the political complexion to pre pare a measure for the considera tion of the next general assembly r redistricting the state into senatorial and legislative districts i l accordance with the constitution censuseJudge Alex P Humphrey of Louisville a Democrat is namedl as chairman of the committee Tho other members are Col Andrew Cowan Louisville Republican Col John R Allen Democrat 0 H Waddle set Republican John F Hags r Ashland Democrat F L Edelen Frankfort Republican John F Shelby Lexington Democrat I- JCrawfardNewportRepablican i Jere Sullivan Richmond Demo BowlingGreenRepublicanMr the Democratic member ofjthp state board of elec tion pommjsaionerB and Mr Sulli ran wag thfi democratic leader of IiI i i the last house of representatives I The governor says that as there is no provision of law to pay the I expenses of the committee ho shall1 be glad Jo ask the general assembly it it approves the result of itsI labors to pay the necessary penses incurred in making eXjI preliminary investigations CASTOR IIA 1 l For Infants and Children i The Kind You Have Always Bough Bears the x r SZtfSignature of aZTeU64t SUNSET Majestic beams the sinking sun IrlrI Ilies Illumining all with mellow light Athwart the evening skies I muse as on the sun I gazP Its beauty sO transcendent- Its bright rays glistening on the trees Making allresplendent llThe waters idly kiss the shore lightiwaterlily drifts by so quietly It seems a phantom sight A cloud floats oer the golden sky And its blush is shrouded But rest a while the time beguile uncloudedtEMIN ELAM Hazel Green Ky The Cause of Many ntSudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing in thisI country most dangerous because so decep tire Many sudden deaths are caused by itheart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexyare often the result of kidney disease kidney trouble is allowcdtoadran ed the I tack the vital organs causing catarrh of 1the bladder brickdust or sediment inI the urine head ache back ache lame hack dizziness sleeplessness nervous breakIwaste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result kidneysbetter and e quickest by a proper treatment of tIle kid rie3s SwampRoot corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it necessityBgo the day and to get up many times dun the night The mild and immediate effect remedyiscause of its remarkable health restoring anyoneSwampRoots sold by all druggists in fiftycent and I haveda sample a tells all Addsyess Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this manany remember the nom SwampRoot and dont let a dealer se Rootd WeAsk You Ito take Cardui for your female troubles because we are sure It will help you Remember that this great female remedy WINEOF kidneypoisonI MJJlhas brought relief to thousands of tolyou periodical pains female weak ness many have said It Is the best medicine to take Try Itl ISoldin This CityF3 Electric BittersS fatlsInfemalensupreme remedy as thousands have testified LIYERANDSTOMACH it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter DOLLARrVin come buck to you U you spend it at borne It Is trove forever II you send It to the hiss Order House A lance through our advertising columns will stye you uu where It will buy the mOC rI DR C H WILLIAMS- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profestional services to the citlItillsans of Hazel Green and surrounding counii try and will answer all calls of affliction il Hue1J9neaI i I J J M AvertedI for life from a terrible cut on my knee cap writes Frank Disberry Kelliher Mimi without Buck Ibiis Arnica Salve which soon e woundIscalds old sores boils skin erup tions Worlds best for piles 25c at all dealers i A pretty well authenticated rumor was 3urrent here Tuesday to the effect that Bowen Hose candidate county judge on the Itepub lican ticket and his running mute Isaac Miller candidate for sheriff on the same ticket had withdrawn from the contest All with whom we talked about the matter ra gaidless of their political views said the gentlemen acted wisely Chamberlains Cough Remedy has become famous for its curt of coughs colds croup and inilu enza Try it when in need contains no harmful substance andQI alwaj s gives prompt relief Sold by all dealers Commissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky Jacob Detwiler and Louisa Hatrold etc PlaintiffsWDefendants By virtue of a judgment and order of kale of Wolfe Circuit court rendered at iits September term HJOI in the above cause for the fum of One Thousand and TwentyFive 105 Dollars with in terest at the rate of fix per aent per m 190Ifpaidand costs herein I shall cnucee door in iiuiptou to the highs hiddf r at public auction on MONDAY the 1st Day of NOVEMR 1909 beingCountymonths the propertlyingintheShuckey anddcBeginning at the County road shay Green lauhreetata set stone a come to Green Taulbees thence with tai throenge two chestnuts thence some direction to a liIler8lineo the top of the ridge soutlieastwardly to a marked hickory at John TaulUen line thelineTaulhecss line to the place of beginning iiikeFoIlapproved surety or securities must ex cute bond bearing legal interest from havillgtheBidders promptly ComBy Commissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky Joab Allen Plaintiff vs John I andFrankBy virtue of a judgment and order o sale of the Wolfe Circuit court readers- at d its regular September term 1109 iin the above cause for the sum of Thr finterestperannumSeptember190i1i hereiniihousethighestMONDAY the lit Day of NOVEMR 1909 beingGOUlltymonths the propertyi lyinginor Plummer street noel briiiy the land conveyed to plaintiff by T F bywarranty inDeedi WolfeCounty containingl orlellsmorefullyBeginning cornertorunningwith paljinpaling cey y Baileywith said Bailey lot now Littles a southward course to Plummer street butIan alley 20 feet in width is reserved 1 suitBails I r street fo the beginning Or I u rr cienl thereof to produce tb madeForwith or erf musexecu haviurunee e preparEd to comply promptly with these terms ComJ jIi I 1- tliffJVfG2727ZZ7 on s if73 O JIS 1 J If Millinery Opening j I1 GqBEGINNING I FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 kJt A mf- lfo and continuing one week Jgg M i 1 I have just receivQd my Fall Goods of Millinery V Notions Full line of Cloaks 1 vvIiJIfwSkirts etc Everything uptodate Call and see i K J i j l- v K UPSTAIRS FRONT ROOM CECIL PROS STOREjj coV4 r 11tI f KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise to the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity that they have justJreceived a magnificent line of IIAnnllunce S ES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc o f rtand that their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Goods Notions ttSELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc 1 to which they invite inspection ITdthe oldest and the largest banks that are the safest Observation and experience answers NO I Then deposit your money in a bank that is under control A bank that loans its money in small sums well distrib f uted noel well securedliedepositorseThis opportunity is offered you bye The HAZEL GREEN BANK Cashiere FARM FOR SALE 0 Not being able to oversee the work on my farm ou account ofr age and other disabilities I offer my farm of 125 acres on Blackwa ter onehalf mile from Ezel for aboudt acres grass in culti ml rood buildings fine water good orchard eesn call on or address R D OTLEY Ezel Ky FARM FOR SALE Farm of 200 ace more or less llying on the waters of Lacy creek known as the Cruey farm Alli fenced and crossfenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared laud in brass Large orchard over lasting tine water 5room dwell ing house halls and porches also tenant house For the next thirty days this farm will be offered at a bargain Possession given Janu particulars R N6 1 Rardin Ill Rare 0ODDOItUnitg coo8istinggarden and oulbuildigs One of tb GreenAlsogeneralpairre anythiuofcountry being rnighed with a complete outfit of tools and stock of materials and supplies also machineryWillmFor further adressROSEMarch Sub cribe for the Herald 1 i j GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY I have several flue Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most 3s ilA Handsome Hearse j and will attend all burials when to requested Public patronage iii 1 respectfully solicited 25tf QEO RI- CEHeadquarters I 1 1I jSilverwarej at the lowest prices You can J Ifittedj andAcorrectly Call and obtain prijces it will not cost you a to be convinced J AjWATCHMAKER CAMPTON KY- WANTEDSUCCESS I MAGAZINE teaponaiblemanlect for rcnewels and solicit uew sob scriptiona during full or spare time Ex perience unnecessary Any one csaetaitr among friendsand acquftintacennd build up a paying and permanent business anddYUNeSuccess Magazine Room 103 Success t Magazine Building New York City BOYSI GIRLS COLUMBIA BICYCLE Greatest offer odt fiat your friends tosubscribe to our magazine f0Columbiacirculartelling StreetNetsj Send in tlia sews I 1 p van1 fli x f t fl10t- s r t L Lff il P IM c j I P I t If i i iiIi I rII a Colds onewell f the ChestaAsk your doctor the medical jhole name for a cold on the chestIS He will say Bronchitis Ask him if it is ever serious a Lastly ask him if he pre C scribes Ayers Cherry Pec M t toral for this disease Keep 1rl jinfamily physician i formulae cost y banish mlcobol i IsE1We our medlclnei be We urge you to contult your costdoct r When you tell your doctor about the bad iin taste in your mouth loss of appetite for breakfast and frequent headaches and when he sees your coated tongue he will say You are bilious Aycrs Pills work well in such cases r JtodtbytboJCAyerCa Lowell SIijj jii1it THE HERALD j t cold the our DRINK WAINFCOTTSKOXA KOLA Our devil is taking a week off recuperating iin the neighborhood of of Ineko of A little child of Forest CecilI hasY of membranous croup or possiby I v diphtherIaJi t JudgeCarter and wife of Bonny were here a few days last week at the bedside of Chas W Cecil Mrs I Carters brother f A R Mauppiu Campions progressive jeweler1 drove over astfSundaywith his family and isitI f ed at Swango Springs Emin Elam an attache of this roffice left Saturday for a short visit to relatives and friends at I Ineko iin Morgan county i i A little child of J Ca sar Lindon x and wife of Gillmoro aged three years died Tuesday night of diph theria and was buried Wednesday Judge John l1 Rose and wife a j left Saturday for White Oak iilh Morgan county whore they visited of Mrs Roses brother II C Swan go until Monday Clarence Blanketiship of Mont gomery county came in Saturday last since which tithe he has beon I a visiting relatives and friends in and around Hazel Green 1 Alex James agent for Mrs Iatpt Perkius solda pair of mules at- the Land John D Henry sale Tuesday j for 175 One was a yearlingI andI IIu i the other three years old i W G Lockhart dentist is back in his office at Campton and will i remain there until November 15a If you are in need of dental work y you had better call and see him Robert Cecil had a sick spell iit i upon his return from Cincinnati j and for a day or so it was thought 1 he was threatened with fever but I Ihewas able to be about Monday Moody Chaney who left Grassy creek about Mize some time last spring came home Saturday and says times are good and honest workers in demand at good wugestt Uncle Jim Little the venerable Presbyterian minister of our townI has been confined to his home for 1 some time and owing to his ageII and enfeebled condition is in aI precarious position Bob Bates of Knott county passed through here Monday with tit head of cattle young and old which were up to the average in looks and condition Jim Wilson also passed through with a small bunch Miss Esther Pratt of Gillmore acreek has the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for String of nice red peppers and a boquet of old time garden flowers which like the old time rose smell BO sweet George W Barker of St Louis who has been visiting relatives and r friends on Grassy for several weeks past passed through our town last Thursday in company with his brother J Dudley Barker en route to Stillwater to visit other rela fives and friends They made x pleasant call on THE HKHAIJI IHazel Green Academy i now has I iV1 j supply of pure drinking water to none in the state The is 85 feet deep ard the water clear as crystal gloss slid culls sii ice makes it stands lll feet in a six inches in diameter And said the slow does not diminish Taken from any point 6fI viw it is Godsend to the schoql Mrs QI Daniel the matron mid tempo rarily the mother of 00 to 500 oleo and young ladies and needs resort in every way to make them comfortable at small We have no ice nor can it sfi brought here at a commensurate with board she charges How ever with icecold water at hand her added capacity of culinary queen she is able to give them pastry as crisp as any bakery and they all like to stay there Hence er is a godsend XOTB Jlest pastry cook tell us that must brittle pie crust is made with ice unter instead of buttermilk andl orII own knowledge we know that must of Ii liukerits oaks theiii that way JackJ Jackson of the JJIiddle fork iiI Licking died Wednesday night I last week October Gaged5 78 Mr Jackson waif the father S II Jackson his consort being Mrs Maggie Jackson ajiid of D S- ackson ref husband of Mrs Julia Cecil Henry both of the ladies being sitters of Ed F Cecil Also father of Mrs Seborn Walters near town The deceased was a man of largo influence in his community and raised sijs children of whom survive the only deceased being the husband of Mrs Maggie Jackson D S Jackson son and Seborn Walters and wife went to his bedside ij when thyI heardof his illness but got therein time only to attend the burial it A week cr o ago TJIIK IfKitun stated that the Hazel Green Rank had received in one day deposits- to the amount of 1700 Just tor moment think of what mightl t happened bad lit rpont Mor gan the New York banker heard the transaction He wouldI i have thoight capital was concentrating at Hazel Green and WallI street would have been paralyzed What we intended to sits was thatl now patron had deposited 1700 j i lone iJ j day as an evidence tf good1 j faith For days in succession do ranged from 5000 to 9000 it grows in grace every weekI But for all othat Wall street needi be distressed Arch Childers has contractedII with Mrs Lula Kash well on her premises here in town guarantee water Mrs Kash has a well about 550 feet deep which usually furnishes plenty of water but in dry times she has to have hauled Quicksand comes in at I the bottom and for that reason they had to locate the well in an other part of the yard The result c will be anxiously watched for t the sinking of one well in certain radius diminishes the supply of I water in one nea hyIMrs F N Day scraped the artery of her left wrist Mondayeven ing and narrowly escaped severing it She had a pair of sharpshears pinned to her bosom aud in trying to take some chickens from a coop raised her arm1 which came in contact with the scissors one tong ot which penetrated the wrist barely cutting he artery The wound bled profusely for a while but the flow was stopped by Dr C Hood Williams and she says she now only fees a numbness Cecil Bros general merchants- of our town this week opened up the largest stock of dry goods notions etc that has been seen her beaa jobbing town Robert Cecil wh bought the stock in Cincinnati told Our Man About Town tha he struck the market right and can save the people moneyon every purchase they make of t his firm Tb people of this section will be s rprised to know that Wednes doy morning last a frying machine psed over Morgan county It as high up but the people whoa ritneased it said it was about the length of a railroad car 1 JLyrisj hat Good Roads Are j Saving Farmers IJThe Federal Good Roads Del pirtment states that the direct I viI1l to the farmers of this count i from properly constructed irdads would be 25000000annuj ally that there would a saving of i 00000000 in marketing ther wheat crop alone of over 121 010000 in marketing the corn I clop and of 5000000 in market iig the cotton crop However great the money value of good roads may appear to be itisi art important as educational Rnda social advantages to be derived tfiorefrom by the residents of ru- rallcommunities As a rule the formers are more wide awake to the necessity of good roads than ttie residents in tho cities as prop highways affect directly their he cbmfort and prosperity This is localityFitt ty ration I Grand Millinery Openingu Miss Falay Long has removed theIsivjhero she has a large front room and has on display an elegant line fashionable millineryjand fura nishings for ladies Friday and aturday of this week her goods bill be on exhibition nil she re quests the ladies of town and the vicinity to call and look over the sjunt The room has the appear ance ofn fairy palace and the display is ono that only an artistic qiilliner could arrange Call and she the lino of goods Friday antIt aturdny of this week and all of next aul you will say the time Vas well spent u Defies Governor Willson ij A short time since Governor Willsou honored a requisition from the governor of Mississippi fur W 4i1Rice accused of embezzling bands from a Mississippi bank Rico is under indictment and bond HI Rowan Circuit court for a sim ijjar and more important ease and udge A W Young of that court refuses to let the prisoner be taken from his jurisdiction ruling thatr 4n accused person was only sub Jyct to the requisition of a gover ijpr when free of any charge in isjijsked and ordered Rice to be sub nutted to Morehpad under sheriffsI guard to be held for trial there Mrs Malinda Shockey the ven erable mother of Squire Elias hockey who made her home with Harlan Wilson who married her granddaughter on Frozen creek died Sunday and was buried Moo day She was much respected leaves a large family of children grandchildren and greatgrand children She was SO years old j Chas E Davis representing the jld reliable patent medicine firms I Of H E Bucklen Co of Chicago was a guest of the Day House Monday night and incidentally took advantage of the occasion to renew their advertising contract Coincident with his visit to our town we might state that he W3SI here exactly one year ago to the day Uncle Bill Lacy of White Oak one of the best known cattle traders in the mountains died Sunday morning and was buried Monday He was aged 78 years and the immediate cause of his demise was acute stomach trouble He was the father of Mrs H C Swaugo find beside her he leaves several grown children Charley Rose last week bought of Judge George Carson of Lacy cattleethat was probably ever raised yearsoold bright red in color and weigh MrtCarson 150 for the yoke Bro 11 A Eelston of MaribaI clerk of Greenville Association of Baptists called at TilE office last Monday in with Dr G M Centel of our town and gave an order for printing the minutes of the recent session It is the after effect of experience that ceunta I 1 4 Jt KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled Oliver White was last week thrown from a mule in Maqoflin county and in stoutly killed A Woodford county farmer boasts of ing four ponnd sweet potatoes flinty nothing the farmers in this section have raiselllixpoulldsweet potatoes Ed Clutz entryman for the Big Hill Coal Co at Idamav in Lee countywas instantly killed by falling slate the other day He was only 17 years old While John Staton Aas choppim down tree near Upper Salt Lick in Bath eounty it fell the wrong way and caught Staton crushing his leg almost oil nt the kneeAt Glasgow one slay last week Odell Kirby a negro fatally cut Tom Sik s H white man Feeling against the negro runs high and a lynching will follow if is caught The postoflice at Crooks in Uath coun was broken into by burglars recently but thieves got only The express office was broken into the same night about 2ri taken Luther Downs ahot and fatally wounded Frank Robinson at Salt Lick Bath county as the result ofa dispute over a gallon of whiskey Downs escaped into the mountains lint was later captured taken to Owingsville jail Clinton Bowman a white barber of London was doing a rushii g business until he was caught up with for selling whiskeywithout a license lie pleaded euilty to three count and was fined SHOO Uncle Sum now has him in tow on similar charges Deserted by her husband and forced to earn her own and childrens Iliving Mrs Viola Burgees member of one of most prominent families of Ohio county was driven insane and is now confined in the asylum while her three small children are left in destitute cir cumstances A sevenmonthsold baby boy was found in a cornfield near Ml Vernon in Uockcastle county one morning recently The infant was crying and cold land Lore indications of having lain in the field the greater part of the night County Judge Bethurum placed it with a good family wlu will adopt it Acting Governor Cox I lest week rant ed the first pardon of his sitting in the new capitoland released John D Turner of Breathitt couuty convicted of manslaughter and sentenced in 1005 to 21 years in the penitentiary In review ing the case he says that it appears that Turner was the victim of circumstances and was prosecuted by one of factions existing in Breathitt county Colonel E W Lillard who represented Boyle county in the recentlegislature and was one of the four Democrats who votid with the Republicans to elect W O Bradley to the United States senate was last week fined 3300 for the illegal sale of liquor at his drug store in Dan ville He was allowed to compromise the case by paying 300 and closinir his store permanently Its a Top Notch Doer Great deeds compel regard The world crowns it doers Thats why the American people have crowned Dr Kiugs New Discovery the king of throat and lung remedies Every atom is a health force It kills germs and cold and la grippe t apish it heals coughracked meir branes and coughing stops Sore inflamed bronchial tubes and lungs are curtd and hemorrhages cease i Dr Geo More Black Jack X C writes it cured me of lunc trouble pronounced hopeless by all doctors 50c 100 Trial bot i tie free Guaranteed by all deal ers i t Rabbit Season Closed The closed season for the hunt bug of rabbits and squirrels is noon w and it is against the law to Akill these animals from now until1 the beginning of the quailseason November 15 The aw governing these animals was passed for the purpose of affording protection to quail for the two mouths immediately i preceding the expiration of the closed season Some hunter take advantage of the opportune+ Dty offered for other game and kill quail while supposed to be hunt ing for rabbits and squirrels rYour cough annoys you Keep on hacking and tearing the deli cate membranes of your throat i you want to be annoyed But iif you want relief want to be cured I Remedr1yor o I cottages for less than the lumber and lot can be bought One acre I iAin each lot five rooms in j eacJJ house Apply at this office i J ASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use r For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORiA THE CENTAU COMPANY NCNOat cn CECIL BROS Dealers in General Merchandise Country Produce etc Our hall null Winter Stork of iroods is the most complete anduptodate of ally store in town Here you will find I hress Goods from THE BEST BRANDS OF PRINTS at 5c a yard TO SILKS AND SATEENS at 100 PER YARD OUR NOTION DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE tVe have also jIIl1II iiiiv line of ClEEfCCATStoyon warm You can nlo fiml Trunks andl Suit CVes to suit you Dont fail to call AnilseP us THE NEXT SESSION OF AZELGREENACADEMY WILL BEGIN TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 a I leash JohnsonKashDEALER IX General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c i HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the peoples of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Hoots and Shoes Clothimi Fruits and- f Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware itc and espeeially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and quat for l WOMEN AND MEN and soil thorn at the lowest margin of fit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Sh s iof our former immense stok including in the lot some very fine ad many pairs of suitably farm shoes every pair a bargain will be sd At Cost and Carriage and Even Less Kash Johnson Kash 1 l I i ill et J1iJ v ff J h l W d Nervous ProstrationI I Prostration that I thought thereI was JIO use trying to get well A friend recommended Dr Miles jj Nervine and although skeptical K at first I soon found myself recovering welland am today MRS D I JONES 5800 Broadway Cleveland O Much sickness is of nervous ifif origin Its the nerves that rake the heart force the blood through the veins the lungs take in oxygen the stomach di gest food the liver secrete bile and the kidneys filter the blood If aay of these organs are weak it is the fault of the nerves through which they get their strength Dr Miles Nervine is a specific for the nerves It soothes the irritation and assists in the generation of nerve force Therefore you can hardly miss it if you take Dr Miles Nervine l when sick Get a bottle from your druggist Take it all according to directions and ifIt does not benefit he will return your more AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TH- ETOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO OHIO The Best Known Newspa per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular in Every State The seventyfourth year of its existence finds the Toledo than at any period of its remarkable carter It Is now read each week bv more than a million people Its tield is not circumscribed by State boundaries but involves the lengthand breadth of the United States giving it an unquestionable right ot claim ing to be the greatest national weekly newspaper in the country The Weekly Blade is distinctly family ofitspublishehasican home for the fireside and of interest to every member of the family To fulfilll this purpose it is kept clean and wholesome The news of the world is handled in a corn prehensive manner and the various depart ments of The Blade are edited with pains taking care The Household page is a delight to the women and children current affairs are treated editorially without preju dice the serial stories are selected with the idea of pleasing the greating number of iiI tion loyers the Question Bureau is a scrap book of information the Farmstead columns are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium for the ex change of ideas and information on farm topics No department is neglected bul l ideslyearSampleTHE BLADE Toledo Ohio i KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS M l KingsNew DiscoveryJ I I II AND AlL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES LiGUARANTEED seTTeliaoro I BEFUBTBED HB WimUfister Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WITUEBSPOON Prea W R SPHAB Cashier Paid Up Capital 81OOOOOOO Undivided 1roflU 17000000 Handsome Deposit oC f over t 850000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and business men generaUythroughout East ern Kentucky and offers Us custom ers every facility and the mostliberal oflegitimatcbanking 1 FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL m TREES Efervthing for ORCHARD JAWJJ and GARDEN H F HILLENMEYER fc SONSI LEXINGTON KY r tfVYrite for Free Catalog jpj DAY HOUS i Hazel fcreen Kjr Mrs IiOUDAY Proprietor nest table fart in Eastern Klt 1arge sample rgom connected jieiieil tedbygatt tltroegboat ancf spticad Ii 9 At10ai to tratelig meta tI If k 1 l I L 0 e 0 0 e fo teee+ f+ IThe Conquest of the Pole j + f + By Dr FREbERICK A COOK t Copyright 1909 by the New York + Herald Company Registered In Copyttico Under Laws of the Republic iof Mexico All Rights Reserved + + + q 04 + + + + + expedition was equipped at TIlE Mass All was ready the evening of July 3 1107 Ashore boys were testing their fireworks for the morrow of celebra tloti but aboard as our vessel the John R Bradley withdrew from the pier ay was quiet There were no visiting crowds of curiosity seekers No tooting whistles signalized our de I DnrtureI j II There was Indeed no excuse for clamor Neither the help of the gov ernment nor the contributions of prl vate Individuals had been sought The project was quietly given life and its expenses were pfcild by John R Brad Icy IIts destiny was shaped by the writer 5 Mr Qradley was interested in game anlmal of the north I was interested in the game of the polar quest For the tIme being the business concerned us only If the venture proved successful there would be time enough to raise the banner of victory If it failed none had the privilege of heaping upon us the unmerited abuse which usually comes to the returning polar travelerIn brief month all had been pre pared for the peculiar mission We had purchased a strong Gloucester fishing schooner fitted with a motor covered for ice and loaded down with suitable supplies for a prolonged pe riodOne morning the bold cliffs of Cape York were dimly outlined In the gray mist which screened the land A storm bad carried so much ice against the coast that a near approach was Impossible and continued winds kept up a sea which made it equally a difficulty to laud ou the Ice In Ice Fro Polar Waters Though anxious to meet the natives at Cape York we were forced to turn and set a couri for the next village at North Star lay At noon the sooty IcloUtls separated and in the north through the narrow breaks we saw the steep slopes atilt warm color of crim lsoil lilts resting ou the rising water Darting through the air were count less guillemots gulls little auks and cider lucks Vje were in the ice free north waters where creatures of the sea find a marine oasis in midst of a JThisJ extends poleward to thee lands eifd It is the abundant sea life which makes human habita tion just possible here though land animals arc also important The people of the farthest north are bycthe arctic ice wall of Melville bay In the south and the stupendous lino of cliffs of Humboldt glacier in the north Homo 9f the Eskimos Widely scattered in small villages the northernmost Eskimo finds here a good living Aj narrow band of rocky land between tfie land ice and the sea offers grasses upon which feed ptarmi gar hare and caribous Numerous clips and islands afford a resting place Iii summer for myriads of marine birds that seek the small life of the icy raters Blue and white foxes wander exjerywhere Seal walrus narwhal and white whale sport in the summer sun vihile the bear king of the polar wllds roams over the sea at all times j The yacht dodged the Icebergs and dangerous rocks In the fog about Cape Athol then turned eastward to cross WolstonbiJlmo sound As we neared Table mountain which guards Korth Star bay many natives came Jut In kayaks to meet us Some wejre recognized as old friends TherewasJ Myab he of many wives Oobloiaii who had executed Angodgibsah styled the villain by Gibson at RedcIIffe House and Pin coota husband of the queen In whose family are to be found the only hy brid children of the tribe Later Knud Rasmussen a Danish writer living as a native among the people came Aboard With him we got better acquainted during the win ter i Late at nlghl a visit was made to the town of CJomanooL There were seven triangular sealskin tents conveniently placed on picturesque rocks Gathered about these In large num bers were men women and children shivering in the midnight chill They were odd looking specimens of humanity In height the men averaged but five feet two Inches and the women four feet ten Inches All had broad fat acpaheaty trunks and well rounded limbs Their skin was slightly bronzed Men and women had coal black hair and brown eyes The nose was short and the hands and feet were short but thick There was qot much news to ex change After we had gone over the Use ot marriages and deaths the luck of the chase became the topic of con versation It was a period of monogamy ot1wlesforI were was but one other man In wivesA andII wenjl1ther scarce SeteraJi marriageable ea were forced to for 1P tilt rAt+ ges Qt ll2MZiOa life hi 01 i It II I II t j 1 + 0 Explorers Own Account of His Journey to the + Goal Hunting Adven i luresAmongAe Eskimos tFIRST ARTICLE + + + + + + + + + e + + Fi cause there were not enough wives for all By mutual agreement several men had exchanged wives In other cases women hud chosen other partners and the changes were made seemingly to the advantage of all for no regrets were expressed There was an average of three fat clever children for each family the youngest as a rule resting In a pocket- on the mothers back Dwellings of the Eskimos The tent had a raised platform upon which all slept The edge of this made a scat and on each side were placed stone lamps in which blubber was burned with moss as a wiCk Over this was a drying rack and there was other furniture On board the yacht there had been busy days of barter Furs and Ivory had been gathered In heaps in ex change for guns knives and needles Every seiunnn from cabin boy to captain had suddenly got rich in the gam ble of trade for prized blue fox skins and narwhal tusks The Eskimos were equally elated with their end of the bargain For a beautiful foxskin of less use to ana tive than a dog pelt he has secured a pocket knife that would serve him half- a iifelitiie A woman had exchanged her fur pants worth a hundred dollars for arc pocket handkerchief with which she would decorate her head and igloo for years to come The midnight tide lifted the yacht on an even keel front her makeshift dry dock on the beach and she was pulled DR PRKUUllICK A COOK out into the bay and anchored for a few hours Oouianooi was but one of six villages in which the tribe had divided its 250 people for the current seasonTo the people to further en courage the game of barter and to en joy the rare sport of yachting and hunting in mans northernmost haunts we prepared to visit as many villages as possible- In the morning the anchor was raised and the yacht set sail to a light wind headed for more northern villager Ducks were secured in abundance Seals were given chase but they were able to escape our craft Nearing Saunders island a herd of walrus was seen on a pan of drift tee far ahead of the yacht Two wlth splendid tusks were obtained and two tons of meat blubber were turned over to our Eskimo al lies An Eskimo Widows Story Among the Eskimo passengers pac ing the deck was a widow who In tears told us the story of her liteastory which offered a peep Into the comedy and tragedy of Eskimo exist ence She had arranged a den under a shelter of sealskins among the an chor chains We had offered her a large bed with straw in It and a place between decks as a better nest for her brood of youngsters but she refused saying she preferred the open air on deck She had come from American shores nnd as a foreign belle her hand was sought early At thirteen Ikwa Intro duced her to a wedded life not strewn with blubber lie was cruel and not always truthful Two girls graced their home One was now married When the young est was out of her hood Ikwa took the children and invited her to leave saying that he had taken to wife Ahtah a plump maid and a good seamstressManee neither advantage but she knew something of human nature and soon found another husband a theINprdingwab was not a good hunter but their home was peaceable quiet and happy Two children enlivened ilL Both were at her side on tho yacht a boy of eight the only deafh r and dumb Eskimo in all the land and a thin pale weakling of three Both had been condemned by to Eskimo law of the survival of the fit test the first because of insufficient senses and the second because it was under three and still on its mothers back when the father passed away They were not to participate In the strife of life i But an unusual mother loved them A few days before the previous win ter the old father anxious to provide warm bearskins for the prolonged night had ventured alone far up Into the mountains Ills gun went oil acci dentally and he never returned The executor of the brother of Manors former husband was kind her for the long night and kept toI from her door In the line she hail been able to keep herself but who could provide for her for the night to come Her only resource was to seek the chilled heart of her former husband and we were performing the unpleasant mission of raking her to him as wife No2 tI When we later saw Ikwa he did not I thank us for the trouble we had taken but we had expected no reward The speed of the yacht increased as the night advanced A snow squall frosted the decks and to escape the icy air we sought our warm berths early At 4 oclock in the morning the gray gloom separated and the warm sun poured forth a suitable wealth of August rays At this time we passed the ice bat tend and storm swept cliff of Cape Parry Beyond was Whale sound On a sea of gold strewn with Ice Islands ot ultromarln and alabaster whales spouted and walrus shouted The grampus was out early for a fight Large flocks of little auks rushed over on hurried missions Entering Inglefield Gulf The wind was light but the engines pulled us along at a pace Just fast enough to allow us to enjoy the superb surroundings In the afternoon we were well into Inglefield gulf and near Ittlblu there was n strong head wind and enough Ice about to engage the eye of the lookout We aimed here to secure Eskimo guides and with them seek caribou in Olrlcks bay While the yacht was tucking for a favorable berth in the drift off Kanga the launch was low ered and we sought to Interview the Eskimos of Ittiblu There were only one woman a few children and about a score of dogs at the place The woman talked quickly and explainer at some length that her husband and others were away on a caribou hunt and she told us without a leading ques tam the news of the tribe for a year After gasping for breath like a smoth ered seal she began with news of previous years and a history of the for gotten ages We start d back for the 1 launch and she invited herself to the pleasure of Mar company to the beach An Eskimo Trade We had only gone a few steps before It occurred to her that she was In need of something Would we not give her a few boxes of matches In exchange for a narwhal tusk We would be delighted said Mr Bradley and a hand fur of sweets went with the bargain Her boy brought down two ivory tusks each right feet In length The two were worth SlQ Had vt a knife tu spare Yes and a tin spoon was also given just to show that we wore liberal The yacht was headed northward across Inglefield gulf It is necessary for deep sea craft to give Karnah a wide berth There were bergs enough about to hold the water down though an occasional sea rose with a sicken ing thump The launch towed the dory of which Manee and her children were the only occupants Kariiab was to be her future home and as we neared the shore we tried to locate Ikwa but there was not a man In town Five women fifteen children and fortyfive dogs came out to meet us The men were on a hunting cam paign ant their location was not ex actly known Attahtungwah Mauees rival a fat unsociable creature stood on a useful stone where we chose to land and did not accommodate us with footing on the same platform A Thrifty Eskimo Camp There were five sealskin tents pitched among the bowlders of a glacial stream An immense quantity of nar whal meat was placed on the rocks and stones to dry Skins were stretch ed on the grass mid a general air of thrift was shown about the pltjce Bundles of sealskins packages of pelts and much Ivory were brought out to trade and establish friendly inter course We gave them sugary tobacco and ammunition in quantities to suit thelr own estlmato of value The fat woman entered her tent and we saw no more of her during our stay for she did not venture to trade ns did the others Mauee was kindly treated by the other village folk and a pot steaming with oily meat ins soon served In her honor We vere cor feastbuting finished a meal Would we not place ourselves at ease and stay for a day or two as their husbands would soon return We were forced to decline their hospitality for without the harbor there was too waitingEskimos partIng 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