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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 i trNwMia es 1 ihJD ffY = i1O J 1 f j 0 j FIi I J REENER BI Made Famous In the 8to 0Jccc SPBNCEK Owimraml ruiortj P Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the e4 ckuntain T 100 a Year in Advance I ITWENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL tEEN r WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 1190 NUMBER 1 1 r 1 ii RailwayiJ Time Table in Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND j Nol Ijo3 oo pISTATIONS I Daily ex Daily ami Sunday Sunday Sundayonly UMlvellMIve AMIve Jackson 6 10 am 2 20 pa 7VU am- OtK0 Junct 6 15 pm 2 25 pm ll7twI am Beattyve Jc 7 07I am 3 20 pni 7 4ini ti 7 3O am 3 41 pn b15 utu Torrent1 7 45 am 3 5ti IlL 8 tti am 7 IS um 3 57 pn 5e am Stanton 8 15 am 4 26 pm S54 um Clay City 8 25 am I 35 pm 902 am LAEJuucn 900um 5 07 pm IO03atu Winchester 9 12am 5 20 pm 1tIl amb 2eta55am G u5 pm 1025 EAST BOUNDc No2I No 9 Dailyex = STATIONS I = ItJDaily and Sunday juuuayj PM Lvej I AMLyt 225 pm 0 LexiugtonI 0 7 35 am 2 3S s0 Wucheter 20 8 13 am S 262 4S ILEJunctionl pm 3 50 pm40Clay City14011 9 02 mC9 lUpmlH am3 58 4 iO pmCatultoui JuntnII j 9 38 pm 435 571Nat Bridgelot 9 43 am 4 47 pmtTorrent 621 9 5C amV lU 701017 am5 6 05 pm70IBeattYVeJc 190 1115 am i94111JUam10 CONNECTIONSl L t E JfJiCTioK liaius NOR 1 and I will make connection with the C ORy for Mt Sterling CAMPTOS JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 5 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ry tor Pine Ridge and Campton 1 BEATTYVLLE Jrscrios Trains Jjo 2 will make connection at Beattyville June with the L and A Railway for passeugcrt to and from Beattyville O 4 K JUNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4 r y connect with the O Jc K Railway for local stations on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager CRAB COTT OenPus Agent Onio Xeflillok Bailwau lime Table May 21 I9O51 WEST BOUKD No33 K lio21II t Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex Sunday ofm Sunday PM ABB 61cannelOI 27 PM ABB 5 20 City 22 12 l5I4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 i 45 131Lee City 13 12 13 4 11 11 51 3 6 11 HII 0520IHampton3 0 11 15 3 11 05 EAST BOUKDCSo 34 A M No 22 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily Sunday Sunday I AM LVK PMIE7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 I 7 33 21Heecbawa 6 1 17I7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 i 8 24 13 Hampton 13 14837 10lvilhurat 20 161 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 5 Nos 21 and 22 will make close connectioi at 06 K Junction with Kos3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail way M L CONLEY Superintendent 1 WOUiltaiII GentlaI BaiIman J JNo1 No 2 1DEPART G00 a m Campton1130a m i 200 p m Campton GOOp IiNo2 Nol- tIARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampu Junc10 05 am 3 80 pmCampn June 440 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains BaF BOLINC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe anscounties that he a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes andeverything necessary to put away the dead in decent style iSpecial caskets supplied on 24 hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones G OEWELL C KOS- J3Notaryt Public STILLWATER KY ofWolfeall who may lave legal papers to execaU Ofieeat feu residence oa BID water t cqUNTYlNEWSu nnt Local Items of eneralit itinterestt t of our readers especially distant friends I In consequence of the extra l amount of political reading in our issue this week country correa 1 pondence has been cut down con sidnrably and tin some instances where not of gineral interest en 1 tirely omitted L BELKNAP Mrs Mary Outer has bpon sick I iit is impro 1gff Our school iiL doing well niider the caro ol Rot Hurst 1 Harlan Pratt sold a nice hog t 1 Tobe Robbins tor 10 Mrs Jenniti Graham left thisii- place I Friday for Lexington David Lindpu bought a milt I from Harlan Pratt for 25ii Jonas RobbSus little child iiaI ill and udt expected to live Our prayer riieeting is improving under the supervision of Rev Lo gan Center j Frank Robbins who has been a I Indian Fields for several years iU1Sjj returned home I i Misses Rhitftla and Rausia Allen were with Miss Mahala Arnett Sunday evening Miss Della Edwards spent a vet pleasant visit with Miss Louie- Allen Saturday and Sunday Andy Smith and niece Maggie left Thursday for an indefinite visII it with relatives at Daysboro Jim Crase ji Burkhart farmer I was in our neighborhood en route c to Lee City on business Friday Miss RausiaAllen and Osa Miller were at Lefa City Sunday an tiI attended church in the meantime I Francis Muilins of this place and Netty Krances Hatten o Taulhee were married Thursday A party of dur pretty girls went chestnut hunting Snnday They had the misfortune to get lest but returned home safely in the afternoon I Mrs Myrtle Undone of lasko and Rebecca Ziudon of this place left here Friday to spend a tew days with relatives in Breathit- county Mrs Ellen Robbins of EstillI county Mrs Lucinda Liudou of Insko Miffs Etta Dykes of Ca Vanexcleave Miss Lona Minix ot In sko Mrs Emma Johnson of Irvine and South and Rollie Had dix of Maytqwri are in this sec tion visiting jI I Oct 18 BLUE EYES Its a Tbp Notch Doer I Great deed compel regard The world crowns it doers Thats wh the American I people have crowns Dr Kings NeVv Discovery the king of throat andllung remedies E ery atom is aUiealth force It germs and cold and la grippe vanish it heals coughracked mem SonEe inflamed bronchial tubes and lungs teams Dr Geo More Black Jack N C writes it cured me of lung trou ble pronoun ed hopeless by al doctors 5OptOO Trial bot tie free Guaranteed by all deal era- LAN i DSAW Smyth lackett have closed out making molasses Dr D H Kash sold a bunch sheep to Lou iShermau Bas McGuiU is hauling his winI Swsngossett returned from Carter county Isaac Adajns of Maytown Thauling cornisalt etc for E Kash W H WiIson of Klein ha been jdaLtmg his fatherinlaw J P Tckett I Kollin Conibs bought a lot of timber from John Chambers and i J S Tester teacher at Murphy school had Sa new stove put in and the school is getting on fine 10Oct 18 ji i Anon lott a s f I I JJ ij I TO s COHRESPONDEHTSMail your eml3 early to they will reach onr office 1 morningMondayifnot be published unless of unusual Im portance Advertise bukinesu 1and1 E I CANNEL CITY Mrs Pattison of West Virginia has established a library here with 1 about GO subscribers A new piano has been purchased by the public school for use in the department of music publictechoal j Saturday on business Jeff Frisby has gone to Mt Ster ling Wo are informed he has a position of some sort there I 0fhe miners are again at work fivE days in the week We fancy that we see better times ahead Watsonh I shoppinginIpaid Mrs Malono Lykins a pleas and call the Sunday echool held a rally setvice Sunday Interesting lec tubes were made by Willy Mae Watt sod Sue Long Hugh Minor C E I Clfrrk and Supt ORoark A large t aullience was present oCt1 ETHEL I i i j Money Comes In BunchesII Treadwellewofrth reading For a long timeII torpidlisleanti general debility he writEsII llcouldnt sleep had no appetite nor ambition grew weaker every daV in spite of all medical treatment Then used Electric Bitters myoldiattend to business every day Its a wonderful medicine Infallible bloodfslid nerves 50c at all dealers 1 CILLMORE Alfred Gose of Jackson is vis itiig friends here this week Jl M Haddix made a business Satnrday1Emma visited Scott Nickell and wife Sunday Stillwattai visited Perhna Burcham las Sunday Miss Lula Rose of Hazel Green visited her sister Stella Lindon Sunday Born to the wife of R W Cecil October 17 a girl Dr GlI Center attending fHeddie Vest of Insko was vis iting R M Haddix and wife Sat uiday and Sunday Married at the residence of Kirby Williams Saturday Wm Hall eel and Lauraney Engle 3yearolddd Jn died October 12 She have d diphtheria She was a sweet child Oct 18 DAISY 1 odi mishapiI Liniment can be relied upon t dotetdr who cannot always be foundl 1ad the moment Then it is that Chamberlains Liniment is never fdund wanting In cases of sprains cote wounds anti braises Chum berlains LinlmeQt takes out th I scjreuese and drives away the pain Sold by all dealers I LEXIE Grassyofwore visiting Clayton Center andl fqmiy Saturday and Sunday Mrs George Byrd was viiiting hr daughter Mrs James Cox at T liver the last of the weeek jEd Smith and wife were visiting hW parents J P Rose and wife ofnear Hazel Green Monday siTeff Cruey of this place left Sunday for Montgomery county Se went to look for a location lJ Mrs Frank Sample has beenI vpry sick for a few days but inI somewhat better at thIS writing Iis R Perkins wife and dough t4r Miss Zenlda spent Saturday teeth J B Hollon and family of spur town r 1I 2 I t h t iie James O Perkins ot Montgom I ery county has been visiting his mother Mrs Mattie Perkins for the past week I Robert the little son of Jeff misforItuneI Mort and Roscoe Wilson and Miss Lucy Nickell all of Grassy spent Saturday night and Sunday at the home of W S Trimble Miss Grace Sexton who has grandfatherUncle two weeks came home Saturday Noise Hollon and his sister placeleftwhere Mrs Littl will visit her father and relatives Miss Maud McNabb of Toliver who is teaching at this place was at home last week on account of sickness Miss Rosa Perkins filled her place while she was absent Quincy Jagger wife and interesting little son Vernon who have been visiting friends and rela tives in this section for the past three weeks left for their home at Ridge Farm Ill Monday They were much pleased with their trip Oct 18 BERTIE 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 build up brain and body J A Harmon Lize more W Va writes They are the best pills I ever used 25c at all dealers MURPHY FORK The new school house willsl on be ready for the teacher and p upils Uncle Harry Murphy took i load of produce to Cannel City Friday Long Dave Lawson swapped a young mare to Tom Gibson for a Jersey cow and a calf last week Ben Murphy left Thursd y for Mt Sterling market taki g 129 head of extraordinary cattle long The record showed up Snday that Fills Branch was absen from some cause unknown to one of our most beautiful and charmin girls On account of the inclemency of the weather the belles qf this village remained at home Siiuday hence startling news is very Scarce The latest addition to Uncle Harry Murphys force of hands is DaysborotThe new one suits the doctor o k Mrs Ellen Swango of Pleasant Hill spent Sunday at the home of her sister Mrs Lizzie Murhhy but left her little son XRay behind Hram Long of near Winches ter was in this section last week andsold a boundary of timber o the John Cecil farm to Cecil Hurt and John Murphy receiving 200 Prof Kelly Wheeler of our high school was a guest of Judge Geo Wheeler of Hazel Green The professor was more than delighted with his trip to the little city and reports that he saw several stars Oct 18 TULIP Your cough annoys you Keep on hacking and tearing the deli cate membranes of your throat if ioi you want relief want to be cured take Chamberlains Cough Remedy Sold by all dealer- sSTAMPER BRANCH Will Tom Mill paid Fred Stam shoatseFred and Tom Stamper left Sun day to be at Mt Sterling Monday L G Stamper bought three cows from Ed Grigaby at private price Courtney Stamper passed thru this section en route home from HollyRev Lewis Haton of Holly will preach at Laurel the first Sunday in November Miss Nora Wills of Red river was a guest of her cousin Miss Lillie Stamper Friday night Revs Boone Center and Jeff Brewer preached very interesting sermons at Laurel Sunday to a large and attentive congregation Messrs Grigsby Minix stopped over with L G Stamper Wed needay night having ia charge a fine drove of cattle for Mt Sterling market Oct 18 SPMIWTWIE J f n IANewspaper- The following editorial was written by Colonel WCP Breckinridge and published in the Lexington Herald Tuesday November 23 1897 and republished in same pa per Wednesday October G 1909 The sentiment is so forceful and truthful that we herewith reproduce it giving every dne credit Jiorcfor and we trust it will be read with interest There are few enterprises more difficult requiring more elements to make it eminertly uccessful than the profitable establishment of a great and popular newspaper and few so easy to cripple or to kill There am perhaps twenty millions of people in America who can rend that is a reading public incapable of estimate of them per haps onethird read newspapers either weekly dailies political denominational or agricultural This id probably an under rather than an excessive estimate These papers are of every conceivable character ability and worth Frcm the little twobyfour biweekly to the mammoth daily from the mere advertising sheet to the New York Herald from the poster foldedso as to pretend tp be a paper to a metropolitan daily the interval is almost beyond measurement Morning papers have become as much of a necessity to thousands as their breakfast and to perhaps equal thousands the evening daily is a necessity and the newspaper habit is as easy to cultivate and as difficult to break as the morphine habit The functions of a paper are as various as their differences and as numerous as their preten sions Their power is also varied and diverse The character gained by news papers is as individual as that of persons and their reputation as well known as that of citizens The management of a great daily requires the highest skill and calls forth the ablest talents There is no power more benign than that of an able conscientious truthful and brave paper inspired by a sin cere love of truth and controlled by principle and in the end such a paper gathers friends supporters advertisers patrons who re main loyal to it even when they disagree with its views and do not share its convictions The mere business management of such a paper iip of the highest order the expenditure is enormous the re ceipts must be expended with care economy and yet with enterprise and liberality The relations of a party paper to its party involves delicbte questions but no party can control the columns of a truly able and influential paper Subscribers have no pas up a paper papers are built up by men who understand their business and supply the demands of read ers parties as a rule owe far more to their papers than the papers do to the party The right of subscribers is to quit to take some other papers Loyalty to party may require opposition to its conventions nom inations and platforms Papers are not nominees are not candi dates and are not bound by con repref sent are themselves representatives of the best thought and purpose of the party A real organ ought to be a leader rather than follower it must be a pioneer it must speak daily and at once it must formu late the unspoken judgment of its associates upon recognized princi ples and march necessarily at the head of the army Conventions can not meet often and they ex press the opinion of yesterday the judgment formed upon what has transpired the paper mustexpress the opinion of every recurring day give utterance to the judgment on the happening event as it happens And if it be brave thoughtful and sincere clean upright and truth ful it will be held in esteem and respect if it does not command the approval of the readers The loose talk that a paper is a traitor a deserter an ingrate is all nonsense and most of it is con temtible demagoguery to secure patronage for inferiority- To publish the newsin the broad sense of that phraseis now perhaps the principal function of the daily To publish it fairly konestlj imjMtrUallj i ia very xy ill1 vJ rare gift and the paper that does this always becomes extiomelvval cable and its patronage does not dependupon it editorials Papers can not live upon senti mental support any morn than a grocery or a shoe shop and sudden excitement can not furnish perma nent support for a time such booms may give an appearance of support but when the excitement passes away the support passes away qustionsispers representing every phase of such questions but to establish a successful newspaper takes more than ability to discuss public ques ttions The Herald would bo glad to see an able daily successfully estab lished which would represent with ability fairness and courtesy what ever views our friends who do not agree with us have but it has doubted whether the matters of division wore of such a character as to permit division long enough to give opportunity for such a pa per to get rooted These divisive questions will be settled by commercial economic and industrial events and in a period so short that men will soon be careless of the division Frightful Fate Averted I would have been a cripple for mykneeKelliher Minn without Buck lens Arnica Salve which soon cured me In fallib e for wounds cut and bruises it aooi cures burns scalds old sores bola skin erup tions Worlds best for piles 25c at all dealers STILLWATER Mrs S C Rose and R J Rose are on the sick list Dr C Hood Will ams of your town was on Stillwater Saturday Dewey and Miss May Rose of your town visited relatives here SundayG Sally who has been con fined to his home for three weeks is able to be out again Boone Tyra lust week purchased gg- a threeyearold filly from E B Tyra his brother paying 150 for sameE T Kash your Ldndsaw agent made a trip to Little Laurel last Thursday to attend to some busi ness matters Last Saturday New Hatton who lived near the Stillwater post office moved his family and effects to Spring branch on HollyI Rev John M Tolsbn of Camp ton preached at Stil water bridge church Sunday Rev Jeff Brewer and others preached at Laurel Robert L Rose says he is pre paring to move his family to Mid dletown Ohio immediately after the election where he expects to make his future home Rev James Brown Sr of Gos neyville was kicked on the leg one painful to stir around any since Sarahand Maggie Combs and Myrtle Buchanan of Stillwater and Bertha Rose of Hazel Green visited your correspondent and family Saturday and Sunday Never Sweat William Faulk ner and family and Neace Brewer toCamptonThe Fulks coal mines and the latter will drive a team for Judge G T CenterLast week your correspondent went to McCausey to haul a load of groceries to Copperas creek in Menifee county for the Jeff Brew er logging job and accidently mashed his right hand which has been very painful Oct 18 DOMINGO HOWS TINS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure P J CHENEY CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known K J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finanancially able to carry out any obligation made by his firm WALDING KINNAX MABVIX Wholesale Druggist Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system TettimoaiaJ s at free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by DroggisU Take Halla Faailr Pills lor eonsUpaUM + t d iiii- I f IIi r I W iI1tII C i II MI HEIALDwwwwww nteredattliofficeBftflecondclnftiimatter Hazel Green ost 1 SPENCER COOPER Editor KYL I THURSDAY Oct 21 909 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY I I WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY KASII Commonwealths Attorney I I R HoLLOX Clerk Meets third Montlai in January1 List I Monday in May third iMouday in Septem ber j WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge O B STAMPER County Attorney KOBEET L CAUROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each mouth WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October I I MAGISTRATES COURT t District Io lC M Fallen bird Friday in March June teptemoer and pecan ber j District No 2 Ilobert Brooks four lr Jri day in February slay August and November I District No 3S F Allen second Friday XOttllIberDistrictMarch May August and November District No 5T C IIollou setodd Fri day in March June September ohd Ie cember I District No fRoy Hurst third Friday in NovvijiberDistrict day in March June September aid1e cember District No tiJ M1 Lovelace first Fri lay in February May August uiid November j DEMOCRATIC TICKETI For State Senator 31th Senatorial District E 1 HOGG 1 Of Owftley County j For Representative 91st legislature listrict MALONE LYKIXS j Of i Morgan County it 0 j WOLFE COUNTY For County JudJeW 11 IHFF For County Court Clerki L CARUOLL For Circuit Court Clerk J C IJXDON For Sheriff GEORGE +V SA1JJV For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For AssessorJ T CFJJTFJL For JailerJ Ct LITTLE For Co SuperintenentJ W TAULBEF For Surveyor E CREECH For CoronerJ KANK SAMPLE MORCAN COUNTY F For Circuit Judge 32nd District i JBI1ANXAII- Forr Commonwealths Attorney 32- n1DistrictJOllN 3L WAUGH For County JudgeI C FEItGUSON For County AttorneyJ I UANEY For County ClerkJ II SEBAS1 IAN For Superintendent T N BARKER For Circuit ClerkIt 31 hEY For Sheriff H n BROWN For JailerI1 C COMA For Assessor WHIT REMPLiN For Coroner JCACH HANEY For Surveyor 311 TURNER ANTICIPATION i We anticipate that our editorial of last week in which we statedi our position on the race in this judicial district will call forth de nunciation and abuse from our neighbor the Breathitt County News and that THE HERALD willI be called a sinner and other ill names Wo will not be surprised and people who read the Breath itt County News will not be sur prised at anything it may say WhyThe 1 News came into being in 1901 designed to further the poI litical fortunes of its editor JIWise Hagins to oppose Judge Hart gis and Judge Redwine and others of the Democratic leaders of that day and it continued that work until the Republicans refused to give him the office of Circuit Judge I in 1903 Judge Ha ins was de feated for the nomination for i County Judge of Breathitt county 1 1in 1901 by Judge James Hargis 1 He raised the cry of fraud and op posed the election of his opponent but Judge Hargis was elected In 1905 in the hogback campaign I in Breathitt Judge Ha ins was a candidate for County Attorneyof J Breathitt county against a nephew of Judge Redwine supported the t i i ticket andRepublican was opposed t by Judge Redwine andwas j elected In 1007 it supported Willson for Governpjuagainst Hay ger and assailed ager asbeing a machine politic an and attacked him as being the friend and asso I k ciate of Judgla Hargis and Judge Redwine 7 In February 1908 upon the la I fImented defof Judge Ri den Editor IitJjins rushed to Frank ec 4fort to apply for appointment at the hands of a Republican Gover nor to succeed Judge Riddell andI upon the refusal Of t the Governor to recognize him he went back to Jackson as ho usjually does when I turned down and Changed his politics I again and IrI Democrat Such is the briqf outline of the checkered political career of Judge Hagins during the past eight years and he now comes to ask the peo ple of Breathitt county to support him and in his Connection with his race he is strongly advocating the election of Judge Redwine What will the people think of him and what excuse bias he for oppos ing the election of Judge Adams What change had taken place be tween Judge II gins and Judge Redwino in the e latter years They are now together and are friends wherein they were oppo nents and enemies in former years Has there been pn improvement and reformation i on the part of one or has the other been drawn down to the lower grade The good citizenship of this dis trict is not to vacillate and be drawn about by very wind from such changing sources when the welfare of their homes and the best interests of their posterity I are at stake i A CERTAIN county official as we are privately informed is threat ening TILE HEHAJLD with ruin be cause we do not support Mr Red wine Indeed hja says we shall uevei more huvE the legal print ing which comes through the Cir cuit court even though he has t establish a papeil to get it This same gentleman has time and again been boosted by THE HER ALP and often said that its influ ence was largely instrumental iin getting him into his present posi tion Eaten bread is soon for gotten and bee use we dont seeI through his gla ses he dooms u to the demnitioji bowwows He reckons howevei without consid ering the fact that James P Ad ams will drive things in Circuit court for the ne5+ t six years and after that the editor will be so rich from the emoluments of legal1 patronage in the county that we willneed no as4istance from any source THE IERAID survived many years without the aid of le gal patronage aiid if need be can do so againIII A PROMINENT Democrat met the editor of this per a few days ago and greeted himjby saying How are you old Cooper you have played hell in tie Circuit judges race but I am pond to know you stand in as an a dent supporter of the county ticket You lookat the matter from a common sense view that politics is really not a consideration in judicial matters and that the printer must have money to run h machine and if one party dont put up the other should You did exactly as I should have dome and if any of your friends gel disgruntled let em growl and be damned I am as good a Democrat as any man in or out of the county and I go on record that you lid what any sen sible man would have done And he is a Democrat TilE HERALD 51 week or so ago stated that Mr Rose and Mr Mil ler candidates far judge and sheriff on the Republican ticket hadI withdrawn front the race Mr Rose was off at tbat time but Mr Miller did not withdraw from the race until Mon oy This insures the election of George Sally for sheriff albeit he had it won even though his Republican opponent had stayed onj George Sally is perhaps the strongest man in the county but the withdrawal of his opponent relieves him and his friends of any agxietyi t DAVID your name is Dennis Your political jot will cease to boil after the November election and if you will take the advice of a onetime admirer you will devote your time to llacketono and in sackcloth and ahes seek forgive ness for the tricB that wero dark 1 and the deedajim have done I I J WHILE we are supporting JudgeI Adams and Kelly Kash in the ju- diCIal race we are in no sense a Republican and shall do all in our power to bring success to the entire county ticket The judicialI poIlitical j I I Therefore we are free to suppor j I the men we believe best fitted fo beIcauseI t ens our zeal for the Democratic ticket every man on which we believe will be elected by a handsome majority In a talk Monday withI one of the strongest Republicans in the county he practically conceded the election of the entire Democratic county ticket UNDER the mistaken idea that TILE HERALD has gone Republican- a few of our patrons threaten to withdraw their support and we goon record now to prove that seven out of ten who do so are men who have to bo dunned for their sub scbription every year and overlook the fact that THE HERALD has al ways been for maternal and moral1 development and that it has been a labor of love on our part HERE is a political forecast that it will bo well to put in your hat- band The present Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney will continue in oflice for the ensuing six years and every oflice in the county will be filled by a Dem ocrat It is the handwriting on the wall andso plainly written that the wayfarer though a fool can plainly see it Communicated Breathitt County The Breathitt County News vauntingly proclaims that it ha always advocated what it believe- to be best for the people It advocated not only the appointment but the election of Judge Hagins to the Circuit court bench Doe hayse been to the best interest of the people Does it believe the bestt interest of the people can be served by having a man on the bench who is not only iignorant of the lira principles lut of the first elements of the law It advocates the election of Judge Redwine Does ir believe his election is to the interest of the people of Breathitt county j does the News believe that he can enforce the law in Breathitt county History records the sad sad fact that he did not do it when Judge before In his administration of the duties of this ofiico there springs up a reign of lawlessness in Breathitt atrocItyIto the reign of terror in France Prominent aud leading were shot down upon the street- in the glare of the open day in the presence of the officers of the law from the Circuit court room in th court house These crimes made darker the bleakest pages of our history Lawless men walked the streets assassins plied their trade citizens for wantof protection fled from the state And one John Patrick after having sought place of security informedudge Redwiue that if he would give him protec tion he would give information i that would lead to the indictment of the men who had assassinatedI Cockrill He responded by arm ing the very man who was chargedI namelyEdr I the arrest of the informer who fled at once from the state Thes I JudgeRedwiueare his supporters now and the fact remains that not an indict ment was made against anyone for any of these crimes by any of the grand juries that were selectedl byJudgeThe News advocates the election of the Democratic ticket in Breath itt county Does it believe tha i with the influences supporting thati ticket that the best interest of Breathitt can be served by its election Who is officering the army + manning the ships and fighting the battles of the Democratic party Is it not the remains that iia left of the parties that contributed to the reign of terror Who prostituted the public of fices in Breathitt county Who J caused the records of our court to be disgraced by the acts of Dorsey Lewis and the News Bill Carnes Are not thete elements in Breath itt county supporting the Demo j cratic ticket in this election Have Dorsey Lewis Carnes and Red while grown better or has the News grown worse 4 VOTER fi lcrik fcr tthe Jfcrald tOO Measure by This Rule The true test of whether Judge Adams or Judge Redwine made the best judge is a comparison of the peace and quiet of the district during their respective terms of office The voters of the district wit put them to this test they will1 1itY their acts ye shall know them It sinerJudge Redwine quit the bnch for people to forget things that occur ed when he was judge When have no desire to mak mattes harder for him than they are God knows they are bad enough but these mutters are i part ot Judge Redwines history and they must be d1scusscdIThe people are discussing them When a strong man a man with a resolute and independent willjj was needed he was sadly lackmgj It is a misfortue rather I fault yet it isa fact that cannot be let go uncoqsidered There was a time when Judge Re wine had an opportunity to make a mark for himself that the ravages of time could never have effaced if he hhd chosen to make it For some reason he did not do so His failure was an unmeiul 1able misfortune for him and a blunder which cost the country dearly in reputation and prosperity He had his opportunity Ho fail ed ignominiously Let the fault be what it may or whose it may it stands charged to his country and he must stand the come quences A niaii of true a would havo taken the bull by th horns and wrought order from chaos Mr Voter we nsk you this Is your life and jour property sale r now than it wps in Judge Red 7 wines time If it is you shoal vote for Judge AdamsBeatty vill EnterpriseA Introduction y Gentlemen anti citizens of Wolfe coun ty I am proud of the opportunity f introducing to yoU James F Brown of nominede r of Wolfe county and gentlemen being per unally acquainted with ilr Brown and the Brown family and historically feesj somewhat able to do justice to Mr lirown and the public in presenting him tn the people of this county 10 gen tlemen and friends first and in order that you may know of what Tamil he sprung from and to wnom b Whimtto say younger Ion of Ilev James M Brown and wife Polly Brown of this place and county and iis a nephew to the well known and dearly beloved Rev John Brown of Jlenefe- county to whose once cheering but now stilled voice many of us have ofttime listened with glad hearts and uplifted souls He is also a brother to doh ISrqwn Jr who lost his life by being crushed to death by a log rolling ever him A man whom many of you know and who for generosity and uprightnexs you here learned to love and of whom I 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 on ands1 leadingBMr Brown is nephew to Uncle Bub Lncle1 of whom are among the very best quiet Pit law abiding and upright citizens of our county So now my friends you will not be greatly surprised to know my young friend Mr Brown as I know him to be straightforwardyoung men of our county our state or as to that matter our United States Uentlemen I have been will acquaint ed wiih Mr Brown from his early youth Land have been associated with him in his home in school in church and iin Sunday school and on the public high todto use lewd vulgar or indecent tau guage never attempting to swear i approaching a falsehood never tattling indulgeing anything He is a strictly sober man for as macu 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 a drop of whisky brandy beer or anything of the intoxi tiwelthe kind on his breath He is a liberal man being ever ready utIany reasonable contribution to relieve churchty friend in doing good to himself or man kind He stands ever ready to lend an uplifting hand to any church society or institution in the advancement of the principles of religiop morality educe tiop and refinement He is a man with an unstained record from his childhood and in every way just snch a man as iig worthy of the public honor and support of the good citizens of Wolfe county to whom we look for such a majority ofan elfcthimcounty Now gentlemen we do net ask you tot wordbut I his friends see any truthful and honest acquaintance of his and learn whQ Mr Brown is and then we feel that yoqI will cheerfully give him your support ioIthe coming November election and qsI justicetoI Brown in pre ent11lg him to you as our candidate JX De PXTE y tJ S S sSSi17W fZ zZ7Z7 fP I Millinery Opening i 064 BEGINNING I FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 0OandO continuing one week iGA 1t I have just received my Fall Goods of Millinery Dry Goods and Notions Full line of Cloaks i J Skirts etc Everything uptodate Call and 064o64 o seeII 11UPSTAIRS FRONT ROOM CECIL BROS STORE I 064MISS FALAY LONG DOo Dp0 go o o oo 0 000 0s Commissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky Jacob Detwiler and Louisa Hairoldetc PlaintiffsaDefendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of Wolfe Circuit court rendered at its September term 1909 in the ahoy cause for the sum of One Thousand an- Tweuty Five IOU Dollars with ini Iciest at the rule of cix per sent per a ni dnom from the 12th day of August 1907 until paid and S costs herein I shall proceed to other fur bale at the court highestbldd4MONDAY tbe 1st Day of HOVEMR 1909I beingCmonths the folluivin described property towit lyingin suldescribed as follows Beginning at the County road ahoy e Green Taulhees at a set stone a cease- to Green Taulbees thence with sai thaneye twechestnuts thence same diiectiou to a set stone at a dogwood G W Millers line thence with said Millers line to the top of the ridge soulheastwardly to J a marked hickory at John Taulbees line theline of John and Elisha Shockey thence with said hockeys line to Green Taul bees line thence with said Taulbees beginningnOr sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser wit approved surety or securities mUttt execute bond bearing legal interest from bafingtheI promptIt eET ROSE Master Com- B B D RosE 11 C W C C Commissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky Josh Allen Plaintiff va John andFrankBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Wolfe Circuit court rendered at its regular September term 1J09 in ThreeHundredwithinterestperannum hereintbehigbetltMONDAY the 1st Day of NOVEHR 1909 beingCourtymonths the propertyA certain tract or parcel of land lying inlVolfecmnatyIentuckyonfhenorlhside Fibywarranty29 inyttyClerks office slid conytaiuing orlessmorefullyBtginnin on Plummer cornertowithsaid parsonage andrunning fencespalmugnowWillieeastwardlycourse Baileythencewithnow Littles asouthward course to Plummer street but re3efvedalpngBailey lot thence with said Plummerstreet to the begiuningjj Or thesums t Fr the made purchaserwithmussexecute t fromtheforce and having Bidderswillpromptlywith By B D ROSrAlm V W Com C d f L FARMS I FOR SALE I productlye acre 200 acres in Bath county well improve anyd98 12 acres near Howards Mill thus county good dwelling well watered and groundPrice neiKhborhood80 per acre 240 acres well improvedand one of raisaBper acre 197 acres improved at 1 110 per acre 197 12 acrtsat 100 per acre 100 acres at 40 per acre 55 acres at 7250 as good cornJtolaccofarmat 12750 per acre and many others andJschools the largest cattle market in the- o worldand is the best town in the bine grass section 0Now is the time to buy Lui will go 10 per cent higher within the next twelve months 0WUOFFUINOOD- h REAL ESTATE MT STERLING KY FARM FOR SALE Farm of 200 ace more or less lying on the waters of Lacy creek known as the Cruey farm All fencedand crossfenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared land in grass Large orchard ever lasting fine 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 No1 Rardin 111 FARM FOR SALE 0Not being able to oversee the work on my farm on account of age and other disabilities I offer my farm of 125 acres on Blackwa ter onehalf mile from Ezel for sale The farm consists of about 00 acres in grass balance in 9ulti roomdwellingbuildings fine water good orchard informatioJu MOTLEY Ezel Ky Rare GPDOrIllhlilV I offer for sale my residence con 5st mug of seven room cottage good lot and garden and outbuildigs One of the GreenAlso pair shop which is superior to anything jinishedji machinerywillseparatelyFor addressROSEMarch CTO RIaEs- atatis 111 Gird YN lhlr k1R 911 9r J J i H T1CCTiIJp W S trS JJI = t cJ nc u tOurNew I I I Hair Vigor j flyers Hair Vigor was good 15Ayerst proved formula is better It I is the one great specific for fallII ing hair A new every way New bottle NewIcontents Ask your druggist to show it to you the new kind Does ml change the color of the hair ottlaIshow it to your seaterors arr- As It we now make our new Hair Vigor it i r does not have tlie slightest effect upon the color of the hair You may use it freely and foray length of time with oat fear of changing the color Stops falling hair Cures dandruff gdbythsJClrrCo Ijw t1 Mug THE HERALDT- hrough an oversight our fore man failed to change the date on the first page of this paper and it should read October 21 Mrs Rosa Hollon wife of J B Hollon our near neighbor has I been sick for ibout a week After a pleasant visit of about a twc weeks with friends and rela r a tives at Mt Sterling and Maytown + Misses Emma and Minnie Oldfield iii returned hone Saturday last forms Il 11erly published at Dry Ridge has been moved to Williamstown from which place it will be issued hav I Jlug absorbed the Williamstown f CouriersLess than two weeks now until election is over and if the peo o of this section wantgood roads l 11the should not amendment fail to vote for which the IIwill be submitted j l CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind Yom Have Always Bough l Boars the y xgxy t Signature of Wc O A fl Quarterly meeting will be held at tho M Echurch here Saturday next with Presiding Elder South l gate in charge Services will begin at 1030 Saturday morning and continue over Sunday- Chamberlains Cough Remedy 1 1has become famous for its cure- off coughs colds croup and influ 1enza Try it when in need It c contains no harmful substance and ijalways gives prompt relief Sold by all dealers t Last week our Toliver letter l from Sunshine came after the paper had been printed and this accounts for its nonappearance The postmark from Toliver was t the 12th but it did not reach usI until the evening of the 14thI Miss Roxie Murphy of Nanny accompanied by her cousin Mrs Maggie Derickson of Bedford la who has been htr guest tor a week or so past paid Hazel Green an TUB HERALD a pleasant visit Fri day and were also guests of TayI lor Caskey and wife for dinner Hoarseness in a child subject to croup is a sure indication of th approach of the disease If Cham berlains Cough Remedy is giveni at once or even after the croupy cough has appeared it will prevent poisonSold One of the bean pole variety of our young men recently sent fifty cents in answer to an advertisement in a story paper telling t How to get fat He received a circular from the concern which read How get get fat Go to the butcher and buy it by the pound i There will be speaking here Fri day by two or three Possibly Judge Redwina among the oratorsI and we bespeak for them a good crowd Some one or mayhap all1 of them will ventilate THE HERALD by perforating ita career like s pepper box top Listen with respectful mien but bear in mind That THE HERALD has always hee ticceo i4r- av 1- Fi 1 1 The balloon or airship which passedover Morgan county last Wednesday morning proves to have been the New Yorkwhich was navigated by Max Fleisch mann of Cincinnati and A H Forbes They left St Louis at 30 p m Tuesday and Wednes y morning about 11 they land i ed about 20 miles from Richmond Va They passed over Petersburg I Va and en route over Evnnqville d The highest elevation was 8000 feet and at no time didthey experience trouble except in An in stance when they drifted t ward Canada but they threw cull bal last and came to a direct eastern course It was plainly seen about 500 a m near Goodwins Chapel and five hours afterward they = landed as stated near Richmond Van having traveled 731 miles ajt the rate of 88 miles an hour By his achievement Mr Fleischmann secures the Lahm Cup a prize given for the longest distance balloon trip There were 26 balloons entered I in the contest and Fliaisch mann owner of the ballodn is therefore very proud of his ac lieve inent Mr Fleischmann is tbe son of exMayor Fleischmann dbceas edof Cincinnati ij J P Bicknell has returned from four weeks evangelistic tip to Overton county Tennessee hold tug meetings 12 miles from Liv ingstou the county seat iua dis L trict which has been very badly neglected The two weeks lmeeth ing held at Eagles Creek resultedI in 17 baptisms and a church or ganized with 30 members with H Derthick principalof the Liv iugston Academy pastor He al o visited his daughter Eslella and Bro Derthick at Livingston 1 andwas present at the opening of the academy The school opened with great enthusiasm and many citizens were present Bro Der thick is held in very high esteem by all and the school has a very promising future The enrollment up to last Monday was Bat PEKIN a Born on the 10th to the wife of A J Combs a girl i Stanley Ward and Hobert Hale returned home from Illinois last SaturdayMrs Floyd Havens gave the young folks a carpet tacking and j social the other evening On the 5th inst Mrs J C Ward gave a birthday dinner in honor of her husbands 50th anniversary 1 A large crowd attended the fu GapsSunday this place being well rep j resentedsMiss Laura Testerraan who has been visiting Miss Edna Hale fors the past two weeks has returned to her home in Mt Sterling j Rollie Creekbaum and Patton Henrywho have been visiting at T F Wards have returned to their home at Moscow Ohio Married on the 1Qth inst at thei home of Silas Helton Jim Helton the son of Jackson and Miss Ida Moore also David Haney and I Rinda Maze Oct 18 CAPITOIAf Regular Attendance atd1 school regular study a student to do any good at school This is a fact that few people seemtt to realize The child who is compelled t to stay at home should 1 make every effort to study theI withethe classes in school The educajj tion of the child is no secondary matter to it Without an educa I tion in this day and time Its pat will be rugged indeed in the fu ture In England young peo lIeII do not make their debut in society until they have finished their education and especially until after they have reached their sixteenth year of age How many of our own boys and girls neglect their studies to frolic around Dontl do it children you will regret iit later Your school days will soon be over and your success in life depends upon your regular attend ance and har4 work at school Nothing wins but hard honest energetic study You make i Dont forget your books children and reBiSInbeT Heights of great flight t bysuddenWfere not attained Bulf they while their companions slept were toiling upward in the night children Cry 11FOR fLETC- NEttSCAST0RJA L M I J CIB Little the Democratic candidate for jailer of Wolfe county was lierQ Friday and in a talk with Our Man About Town said he felt sanguine of his election Brack little was jailer from January 103 to January 1900 and rendered entire satisfaction Dur ing his term he had some pretty tough Customers but ho treated them sb well that every one of them will vote for him this time which howl that he knows how to treat people and that goes a long ways From what we know of theI race we feel sure that Mr Little will bathe next jailer and ask every Democrat to support him R R Perrys Experience- I have had an experience which for more carefulness in traveling The story below taken from the Winchester News is substan tially correct yearsIcountryfromCased to the Mexican border I have b en in all sorts of crowds includi ig the hundreds of thousands t mt gathers at the inauguration Ceremonies and have never lost a jent That experience was left fort my own city and within fifty yards of my own home So fctated R R Perry Saturday when hhas telling of toeing 615 by pickpockets Mr Perry had dpcide to join a fishing party of Clark qouuty people at Cruise in Rockcnstla count He took the 1120 train Friday night over the andjN for his destination and did no + discover his loss until he hid hand in his pocket to pay is hotel bill at Livingston- He came back to Winchester on the uvjxt train thinking he lad mislaiaIIhis pocket hook But on the train he solved the problem There ws a large crowd getting on and ofij the tram and he having both hands filled with fishing tack le waited until alter the crowd had boarded the cars Then he steppedon the step of the platform Just at that moment a smart young fellow rushed out of the car door trying to get off and another rushed from the platform trying to get on Mr Perry was wedged in between the two He wondered at the time about the young mans hurry but never gave thought of the pocket book He is minus 15 and has gotten seme experience which was cheap at the price SunSentinel Perry winkles An Intelligent View It isa generous sentiment that influences many voters to support Kelly Kash who on political ques ions hold to different party views sued it is because they believe he had exerted himself for the public welfare in the district The duties he must attend to require impartial nonpolitical ac tion on his part There is not a single political duty required at his hands He must represent the in all cases against persons accused of public offenses No favoritism or partiality should be shown in the office of commonwealths attorney and many Democrats and independent voters as well as Republicans knowing this believing that Mr Kash has tried to serve the public wellwill vote for him This is an intelli gent and liberal view It speaks well for the voter for it is a broadminded decision to support an of who has only served a brief period where he has performed his duty faithfully All know that Mr Kash has held the office of commonwealths attorney only since the spring of 1908 less than two years and that in the mean time he has been subjected to two previous races thus incurring such expanse as to deprive him of any profit so far and now with a full term to be filled the considerate voters do not think it would be stamphdisapproval has as all admit attempted to per form his duty well for the people Beattyville Enterprise The pleasant purgative effect ex perienced by all who use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the healthy condition of the body and mind which they create makes one feel joyful Sold by all1 dealers GIRLS COLUMBIA BICYCLE BOYS Greatest otter out Get your friends to subscribe to bur magazine E3t0k for particulars free outfit and circular telling How to Start Address The Bicycle Man 2931 East 2ind Street New York City For SaleTwo of the Pierat- cottages for less than the lumber and lot can be bought One acre in each lot five rooms in each house Apply at this offices KENTUCKY KERNELS I Carefully Collated ami Concisely Chronicled A farmer in Mercer county raised a stalkof tobacco nine feet high with 87 large leaves JUdIeSuttoni I The town of Burnside in Pulaski coun ty was nearly wiped off the map by a disastrous fire last week Lushabout 60000 Burglars entered the general store of Lloyd Chamberlain near Mayaville one night last week and carried off a lot of steeds No clue to the thieves Hiram Hedges who killed William W Wyatt near Howards Mill in Bath county several mouths wince was acquitted at Owensville at the recent term of Circuit court Sullivan Burton the 16yearold sun if Al Burton of Blaiue in Lawrence coun ty was kinks on the head by a vicious horse fracturing the skull and allowing the braise too ooze out At Franklin two little boys aged 8 and 5 years sons of Ben Pickard mis took poke root for sweet potatoes ate it and died The grief stricken mother tried to commit suicide Muford Saunders tho fiveyear old son of Letcher Saunders of Nicholasville set fire to his fathers barn while playing with matches Four cows and a lot of hay and other feed were destroyed The infant child of John Francis of Perry county was burned to death when the home of Francis was destroyed Francis was away hauling timber and did not know of the fatality for several hours The origin of the fire is unknown Tuesday morning of last week Win chester was visited by one of the most disastrous fires that has visited that city in years The estimated loss is about 30000 many of tun finest business houses in the city being destroyed Former United States Senator William Lindsay died at his home in Frankfort last Friday morning For ten days the venerable statesman lay at deaths door but his tremendous vitality and sturdy constitution had resisted until it could no longer He was 74 years of age While sitting in front of an old fash ioned fire place at his home near Law ren e a bottle of whiskey fell out of the pocket of James Campbell and broke The fluid ignited setting fire to his clothes and he was burned to a crisp before aid could be rendered He died in a short time Miles H Ferguson a Fleming county farmer attempted to quiet two horses whichwere fighting when a vicious stallion seized his arm just above the wrist in his teeth and crashed it to a jel ly The animal held on to the mites arm until beaten off with a club by Mr Fergusons son Mrs Mollie Oder aged 71 years wife of Jim Oder of Harrison county fell in to a well at home last week and was drowned Her daughter in law bad been to Cynthiana and when she and the children arrived home from school a search was made and the body found at the bottom of the well Allen Lantz sheriffof Leslie county left for Monterey Cal to bring back Meb Begley who is charged with the killing of John Sizemore about two years BRO Begley wrote letters to several of his former acquaintances in Hazard amongwhom was a young woman who told of his whereabouts Charley OHare aged 18 years nar rowly escaped death while working with a rock crusher on the traction line between Lexington and Nicholasville His leeve caught on a nail and he was drag ged into the machinery His shoulder was dislocated his head cut and be was otherwise severely bruised I I John C Roberta who sought to engi neer a gigantic counterfeiting scheme in which Mexican bank notes were involved pleaded guilty in the United States court at Louisvilla and was sentenced to six yearn in the federal prison at Atlanta Ga Marion Roberts his brother who was arrested on the same charge was acquitted DAY HOUSE 1Hazel Creen Ky Mra tOP DAY Proprietor Best table fare in Eastern Kentucky A large sample room connected Heated and lighted by gas throughout and special accommodations to traveling men C H WILLIAMS DR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY citti tens andaurrouuding coun tryand will answer all calls of affliction Office at his residence adjoining HazelI Green Bank Send in tote aewx it r I r 1 CASTORIA ChildrenIFor Infants and The Kind You Have Always Bou ht Bears the Signatureof r r In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIAI THE CEIITIoU CCPIoY air goat CITY CECIL BROS Dealers in General Merchandise Country Produce etc Our valland Winter Stol of goods is the most complete and up to late of any store in town Here you will find Dress Goods from THE BEST BRANDS OF PRINTS at 5c a yard ro SILKS AND SATEENS at 100 PER YARD OUR NOTION DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE- We have alse added a nice line of O iIEII COATStoyou warm You can ale find Trunks and Suit Cases to suit you Dont fail to calland see us 4 THE NEXT SESSION OF AZELGREENACADEMY r WILL BEGIN TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 Kash Johnson XashDEALERS IN j General MerchandiseCO- UNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the peopl of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware c and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and qualU for p WOMEN AND MEN and sell them at the lowest margin of + tit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Sh s of our former immense stork including in the lot some very fine ud many pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain will be sold At Cost and Carriage and Even Less r Kash Johnson Kashtt t 1hI t l j i t J1 H 20 Years WithHeartTroubleDr cured me of heart disease of over 20 years standing I was so bad that I could not do my work and could scarcely draw a Rdfl breath without fainting or smothering The doctor told me he cosld do no more for me they I commencedi taking the Heart Remedy I shall never forget that sgM I slept better than I Met befcae in months I kept richt on eettrng better until I was jverfecdy well his LAURA RUSSELLLogan JSVfcen Ifae heart action is weak it fails to pump the blood through the lungs with sufficient rapidity Then the lungs do not absorb the proper amount of although they may be taking 1Ia normal amount of air The result is shortness of b eath smothering spells diffi csAt breathing oppressed feeling in chest Dr Miles Heart Rem edy strengthens the heart nerves and muscles and in this way increases the circulation Ckt a heW from your drug gUt Take it aosording to direc tkac and if it does not benefit he snll return IG- uzGEORGE monqj HAZEL GREEN RIC- EUNDERTAKER KY I I have several flue Collins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when BO requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE Headquartersfor Silverware and Optical Goods at the lowest prices You can also have your eyes tested and fitted with glasses properly and correctly Call and obtain pri ces it will not cost you a cent to be convinced A R MAUPPIN WATCHMAKER i JEWELER CAMPTON KY t KILL THE COUCH LUNGSLKingsHew FOR COUCHSPRICE AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLEs b GUARANTEED SATISPAOTOR OS XONZ7 BEFTJNDED Ta WiIlOnoslOI 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Pole t f 0 I By Dr FREDERICK A COOK 0 Copyright 1909 by the New York + Herald Company Registered In Canada In Accordance With Copy right Act Copyright In Hex + ico Under Laws of the Republic of Mexico All Rights Reserved o +e+e +e +e +e+e+e +e+e +e +e+e+ awoke off Cape Robertson WEf went ashore before break The coast here risesI suddenly to an 2000 feet and is crowned with an icecap It is picturesque enough Large bays blue glacial walls and prominent headlands offer a pleasing variety but it is much like the coast of all Green landIt had however the tremendous advantages of a southern exposure and rooks providing a resting place for the little auk In millions These little birds darted from the cliff to the sea Rather rich grassy verdure also offer ed an oasis for the arctic hare while the blue fox found life easy here for he could till his winter den with fat feathered creatures As we approached the shore 10 men 9 women 31 children and 100 dogs came out to meet us I count the chil dren and dogs for they are equally important in Eskimo economy The latter are by far the most important to the average Caucasian lu the arctic Only small game had fallen to the Eskimos lot but they were eager to venture out with us after big game At last Mr Bradley had found a able retinue of native guides suitI were not long in arranging a compact Free passage the good graces of the cook and a knife each were to l c their pay A caribou hunt was not suffi ciently novel to merit a return to Olricks hay where intelligent effort is always rewarded but it was hoped we might get a hunt at Kookaan near the head of Robertson Bay Setting Sail For Etah This venture however failed though i it gave us an interesting chase about dangerous waters in a violent gale We returned to the igloo to do homing paid off our guides made presents to their women and children and set sail for Etah Clearing weather after the storm afforded delightful yachting weather A fairly strong offshore wind tilled the big wings of canvas The cool air was bracing while the bright sun threw glittering smiles from slant to slant The seamen forward sang of the delights of tisher folk A phonograph sent music classical1 and otherwise into the arctic air from the cabins At table there was a kind of continuous performance with a steady hand and receptive stomach During two days of stormy discom fort several important meals had been willingly missed But In the arctic food accounts must be squared as quickly as possible On the following morning we passed Cape Alexander and entered Smith sound Half a gale came from the sea and we entered Foulke fiord The town of Etah was composed of four tents which for this season had been pitched beside a small stream Just in side of the first projecting point on the north shores Inside this point there was sheltered water to land the Eskimos kayaks It also made a good harbor for the yacht It is possible in favorable sea sons to push through Smith sound JOHH n nnADLBZ BACKEB OF DR COOK I over Kane basin Into Kennedy chan nel but the experiment Is always at I the risk of the vessel There was no special reason for us to hazard life therefore the yacht was here prepared for the return voyage This was to conSume several days and wo sought to occupy the time In ex ploration and sport Much Game at Etah The vicinity of Etah is notable as the stamping ground of Dr Kane and Dr Hayes in the middle of the last century There were no unexplored spots In the neighborhood but there was a good deal of game near Far beyond along the Inland Ice were caribou but we preferred to con fine oar exploration to the seashore The bay waters were alive with eider ducks and guillemots while just outside walrus dared us to yenture on AQ open contest on the wind swept fleas After ambitions for the chase andI local exploration were satisfied we- Ir told tbat tile peopte of Anaootofc r o r y Iiiih f Ready For the Dash to t the Worlds Farthest- NorthExpedition 0 Well t Plannedand Equipped t- t o + SECOND ARTICLE + 0- e+o+e+e+e +e +e +e +e+e +e+e +e + twentyfive miles to the north would be glad to see us Here was tile chance to arrange a jaunt lu the motorboat The tanks were filled suit able food and camp equipment were loaded and off we started on morning of Aug 21 for mans uitim ThuleIt a beautiful day with a light air from the sea Passing inside of Littleton island we searched for rel- Ics along Lifeboat cove The desolate cliffs of Cape Hathcrton were a blaze of color and light but the sea was refreshingly cool with fleets of blue towering bergs to dispel the fire of arctic midsummer- As we rushed in comfort past the Ice polished and wind swept head lands the sea was alive with birds seal and walrus but little shooting was done for we were bent on en joyhig the quiet sport of motorboat ing Arrival at Annootok As we passed the sharp rocks of Cairn Point we located nine tents in a small bay under Cape Inglcfield Lookthere is Annootok said Tungan our native guide Looking up Smith sowed we noted that the entire channel beyond was blocked with a jam of hard blue Ice The northernmost limit of motorboat lag had been reached A perpendicular cliff served as a pier to which to fasten the boat lion it could rise and fall with the tide and the drifting Ice did not give much trouble A diligent exploration of the town disclosed the fact that we had reached not only the northernmost town but the most prosperous settlement oft the Greenland shore The best bunters had gathered here for the winter bear hunt- Their game catch had been very lucky Immense catches of meat were strewn along the shore More than a hundred dogs voiced the hunt force with which Eskimo prosperity IsI measured and twelve long hairedl wild men came out to meet us as friends The wealth In food and furs of this place fixed my determination on this spot as a base for the polar dash We were standing at a point withint 700 miles of the pole The strongest force of men the best teams of dogsI and an unlimited supply of food com bined with the equipment on boardl the yacht formed an ideal plant fromI which to work out the campaign The seeming hopelessness of the task hadl a kind of weird fascination for me Many years of schooling In both polar zones and In mountaineering wouldl serve a useful purpose Conditions Right For Dash Here was my chance Here wasI everything necessary conveniently placed within the polar gateway The problem was discussed with my col league Mr Bradley generously volunteered to land from the yacht the food fuel and other supplies we hadi provided for local use There was abundant trading material to serve as money My own equipment aboard for sledge traveling could be made to serve every purpose in the enterprise The possible combination left absolutely nothing to be desired to Insure successOnly good health endurable weath er and workable Ice were necessary The expenditure of a million dollars could not have placed an expedition at a better advantage The opportu nity was too good to be lost We therefore returned to Etah to prepare for the quest Strong efforts had been made to reach the pole from every available quarter Only the angle between Alaska and Greenland had been left untried In our prospective venture we aimed to pierce this area of the globeIf we failed in our main effort we would at least make a track over a blank spot With the resources for transportation which the Eskimos of fered I hoped to carry ample supplies over Ellesmere Land and along the west coast of the game land There was reason to suppose that we would avoid the troublesome pack agitated by the Greenland currents The Eskimos were willing to trust to the game resources of this region to feed and fire the expedition en route to the lands epd Splendid Advantage Offered It their faith proved correct It offered me n series of advantages denied to every other leader of polar expeditions for the movement would not only be supplied at the expense of the land which It explored but men and dogs would be taken to the battleground in superb training with their vigorous bodies nourished by whole some fresh meat not the nauseating laboratory stuff which is usually crowded Cnto the unwilling stomach Furthermore It afforded me n chance to test every article of equipment in actual field work and above all after a hard campaign of this kind I could select with some chance of success the most likely winners for the final race oyer the circumpolar sea A compact was made with the little men of the farthest nortfc to push the t1areb1to the boreal center WeB- P it was noised about at Etah that prepa rations were In progress to try for the pole most of the men on board the yacht volunteered to serve Captain Bartlett skipper of the John n Bradley said that he also would like to stay but it compelled to re- turnt he required at least a cook j an engineer to bike the yacht nndl Newfoundland 7 The situation jvas eased when thoII captain was told that but one man was it wanted No group of white men could possibly match the Eskimo In his own I element The willing hands of a tribe of 250 people were at my disposal More help was not required But a votnpanlon and a general overseer was In demand for this post Rudolph Irancke was selected An nootok was to be the base of opera tlons viissupplies and to hasten the departure of the yacht on her homeward run everything for the polar cnmnHigu was i j I AX ESKIMO 11KLLC brought on deck while the vessel way tstilllt anchor In Etah and below all was prepared for the exported storms of the return voyage Starting For Annootok Late in the evening of Sept 1 the entire village of Ilash was taken aboard the anchor was tripped and soon the Bnidteys bow put out on the unootok1lhud just begun to dip under the north era horizon which marks the cudut the summer doulnLs of spleudoi and begins the plrlod of storms lead ing into tbe long night Early in the morning we were off Annootok The weather Wits now changed A strong wind came from the sea With shallow water unknown rocks and ouch ice drifting about no comfortable berth could be found for the yacht If the overloaded decks were to be clear ed at all it trust be done quickly The launch and all tile dories were lowered and filled Eskimo boats were pressed into service and loaded The boats were towed ashore Only a few reached Annootok Itself for the wind increased mid a troublesome sea made haste a matter of great importance Things were pitched ashore anywhere on the rocks where a landing could be found for the boats1 The splendid efficiency of the launch proved equal to the emergency and in the course of about three hours all was safely put on shore in spite of threat ening winds and forbidding seas Supplies Taken by Dr Cook Following is the complete list of the supplies provided from John R Brad leys yacht for the polar dash of Dr Frederick A Cook Eleven cases of flour twenty cases cornmeal six barrels cornmeal thirty nine cases biscuits twelve 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