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I tt- r j t t r rii Sfjfi V t I J I HE AZEI i GREEN HEnAIJixu 0 Established March 41885 Made Famous lathe Story of Jonathan andHis Contlnentby Max ORall 0 Shctorii The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated denMst Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains S OOaYar fin Advance n IIt TWENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 28 1909 NUMBER 18 1 Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect June 21 1908 1 WEST BOUND No1 Ijo3 NoS STATIONS Daily exi Daily and1 Sunday Sunday Sunday only Jackson IAILveI I AMLve 7U0 um OKJunct ti 16pm 25 pm 7ll uw Beattyve Je 7 117 am 3 20 pm 754 aw- Torrent 7 36 am 3 41 pm bli au- ii Nat Bridges 7 45 am 3 56 1m 26 um Campton Jn 7 IS am a 57 pn S2S a- wit Stanton 8 15 am 46 pm8M am Clay City 8 25 am 4 35 pm 902 am LtEJuncn 900am 507 pm IUUium- si Winchester 9 12am 5 20 pa 1012 am- Lexicaf ar 955 am j u5 pm 1025 uw 3 EAST BOUND I No2 K i llttl No4 Daily andr- e Sundayv Suuday PM LveA Lye 7 3b am225 pm 2 as pml OLexington1Or S 13 am Jt5 pm2 48 pm a 02 am3 50 3 5s pm144Iytanton p44 9 10 am 4 to pml Campton Juutn 9 3S pm 435 pin 57 Nat Bridge 571 9 4S am 447 pmtb2 Torrent 956 am BeattYVeJciiUIU 17 am510 pmpO 6 05 umfSK OKJuncn1190 11 15 am 6 10 um94 11 20 am CONNECTIONS- L E JtlIlOIIIUU Nos 1 and will make connection with the C ORy for Yt Sterling CAMPION JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Ceutral By tor Pine Midge and Campton BKATTYVLLE JUKCTION Trains No 2 will wake connection at Beatty ville June with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyville 0 4 K JUNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the 0 K Railway for local stations on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager OHAH SCOTT UenPass Agent Oi Kcflllloi Baiiwag- 1ime Table May 21 I9O5 WESTBOUND No33 Z No21 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex Sunday a i Sunday PM ABB 0 27 PM ABB 5 20 6 Cannel CitY21 1 35 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 1219 s 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 Wilhurst 6 11 44 3 10 270 Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No22tU Sunday f Sunday AMLVB PMLVB 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 t 14 8 37 10 Wilhurst 20 1 51 I 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nos21 and 22 will make close connection at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for f points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent t MOURIBIR11811118 Railroadr No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 600 a mCampton1130 a m J 200 p m Campion 000pm v No1ir 780amCampn JunclO 05 ami 3 80 pmCampn Juno 440 pmI The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas 11ssngsr trains F BOLINC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe andI counties that he carries a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes andeverything necessary to put away styleSpecialsupplied on 24I hours noticefinest made if ordered Teams and backs furnished funerals s Also can fill orders for tombstones co gEWELL C RUS- ENotary Public y STILLWATER KY Often his professional services to citizenaof 7 Wolfe county and solicits the patronigp of all who mayLave legal papers to ezeoBte OfficeftisureMence aaSUIhrMec x II r COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority Ifoally distant friends j BELKNAP I eveniugforNick Sloan sold a nice milkcow to Burnham Walters for 25 Harlan Cottle and son Warnie of Forest are visiting friends here Misses Esther and Rausi Allen spent Sunday with Miss Ida May Rudd and had a nice time Howard Bache of Burkhart was here Saturday We are always glad to have such nice fellows among us- Frank i and Charlie Robbins and Otis and Milford Carroll spent Saturday night with Sam Allen f and familtSherman Stimens has moved his mill from Cannel City to the Fro zen fork of Red river to the Will Lindon tract of timber and will soon begin worktt Oct 25 BLUE EYEStt Its a Top Notch Doer Great deeds compel regard The world crowns it doers Thats why the American people have crowned t Dr Kings New Discovery the king of throat and lung remedies Every I atom is u health force It kills i germs and cold and la grippe van ish it heals coughracked membranes I and coughing stops Sore inflamed bronchial tubes and lungsIaare cured and hemorrhages cease I Dr Geo More Black Jack N C writes it cured me of lunc trou ble pronounced hopeless by allC doctors 50c 100 Trial hotC tle free Guaranteed by all deal ere BURKHARTiOur new postoflice is doing fair ly well H H Bailey was at Cannel City SaturdayHarrison Crase is erecting a new store building Rev Andy Crase was at Salyers ville recently on businessIRev W II and J S Elam were at West Liberty last weekn busi ness Em Phipps of Belknap passedI through here en route to Salyers villeMrs W H Elam has been vis iting relatives at Edna for the past weekJ C Ternl of Cannel City pass ed through here en route to Bel knapMrs John Bailey and Miss Em ma Lykins went to Grape creek SaturdayMisses Mary Fand Lila Elam were guests of Mrs Andy Crase SatUldaynightJohn Belr1 Peter Wages went to Salyersville Friday to hear Caleb Powers and John W Langley speak Hamn Risner of Magoffin coun ty was in this community recently visiting friends and relatives large crowd of the young peo pl tof this place attended a 1O h Friday night given by J S Elam and family- R L Bailey who moved from this neighbcrhood to Morehead about two years ago has moved back having bought a farm from his brother Willie Bailey George Crase John H Crase Pete Wages Misses Mary J Elam Clemma Crase and Haney Crase attended a memorial meeting at the Dunn graveyard on Red river SundayOct 25 NAT The BedRock of Success liHrnrs keen clear brain backed bV indomitable will and resistless nergy 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 beat pills I ever need 25c all dealers 1 J TO youriterosmorningMondayifhe published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only CANNEL CITY Ova Morrison of Frozen creeki was in town over Sunday Ed Hogg has been in our midst again Hurrah for Hogg Mrs Susan Lykins visited at Ca ney Saturday and Sunday MIss Treunie Walters of Malone enrolled at the public school today Bro Bascom Ragan filled his regular appointment here Sunday nightMrs Everett Bach has been visiting her parents at Hazel Green this week Hubert Rogers has jUt returned from an extended visit among rel atives at Oklahoma Miss Roxie Daniel of Hazel Green is visiting her sister Mrs Charley Byrd at this place Alex Anderson of Magoffiu coun tywas here on business during the former part of last week John M Waugh Democratic candidate for commonwealths attorney for this district was iLlI town SaturclayIChas McCarroll and Mr Blake more of Lexington were visiting in town last week They had been surveying some mineral and bmI ber land near West LibertvICaleb Powers was introduced to number of our citizens one day last week He was en route toI Maeoflin county where he expects to address the citizenship of that county at Salyersville Poor old county of Magoflin Oct 25 ETHRL Money Comes In Bunches 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 and general debility he writes couldnt sleep had no appetite n r ambition grew weaker every d ly in spite of all medical treat ent Then used Electric Bitters T elve bottled restored all my old time health and vigor Now I can attend to business every day Its a wonderful medicine Infallible for stomach liver kidney blood and nerves 50c at all dealers GILLMORE Mrs Angeline Elv is very ill at this writing IIW Rivers made a business trip to Neola Saturday Daniel McIntosh visited Johnny and Grauville Mclntosh last week Henry Brooks of near Daysboro visited his sister Sarah Dunn the past week- J H Vest of Rousseau Breath itt county is visiting friends and relatives at thus place Mr and Mrs Sam Oakes of Oak dale visited Mrs Oakes father Marion Ely at this place Mrs Elvira Moore of Elkatawa visited her sister Catherine Lin don Saturday and Sunday Gracie Palmer and children of Lexington are visiting her parents M Pratt and wife at this place Mrs Bettie Little is seriously ill at this writing Drs C H Williams and W P Wise are attend ing her Daniel Morrison and family of Frozen creek passed through here en route to Ezel Sunday to see his parentsReuben Cundiff and sisters Lu la and Bettie of Elkatawa visited Martha Ely from Saturday until MondayOct DAISY It is in time of sudden mishap or accident that Chamberlains Liniment can be relied upon to take the place of the family doc tor who cannot always be found at the moment Then it is that Chamberlains Liniment is never found wanting Incases ofsprains cuts wounds and bruises Chamberlains Liniment takes out that soreness and drives away the pain Sold by aM dealers + YitsS ter LEXIE J G Trimblia went to Ezel Sat urday on business returning Sun dayMrs Ella Cruey was a guest of her uncle Brack Maloney andII family of Stillwater Sunday Aunt Eliza Nickell whose illness has been mentioned several times in these columns is not improving I anyMiss placeisPerkins in Montgomery county I this week j spentWednesday I I terMrsplace Mary Taylor and family Miss Edna Childers of H G A was a guest of her uncle Hoy Chil de s and family from Thursday until Sunday Ruth the little daughter of NoI ah jTibbs and wife had the mis fortune of cutting her foot a few days ago inflicting a bad wound Mrs Jesse Ann Stamper Ethel Mary Gladys Lillian Robert audI Archie Johnson of your town took famitvSlmday Mrs John H Rose and little daughter Augeline of your town were visiting Mrs Roses brother At bury James and wife from Wednesday until Friday MM W S Trimble spent Thurs day night and Friday with her father Uncle Jordan Wills of your town who has been in a very crit call condition for sometime Bro Roberts of Hazel Green preached very interesting sermon at the Johnson schoolhouse Sunday He will preach at the same place the second Sunday in November and at the Rose chapel in the evening All come out and hear him Oct 25 BER- TiFChlldren cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA MURPHY FORK Mrs Mort Phillips is on the sick list at this writing Dr Marion Center attending Rev Andy Stamper of Fills branch died Friday after an ill ness of some mouths Ben Murphy says the Mt Ster ling cattle market went off Demo cratic Ben made a laudside Among the number of pumpkins that Berry Taulbee raised last summer one weighed 45 pounds Dr Oscar Motley of Ezel had the misfortune of having one of his shoulders injured by a horse falling on him One of our blushing damsels need to admire a favorite Rose but as the season has changed she prefers a Hail Hale Claude Mannin wife and baby of Fills branch visited Will Cen ter and wife on Red river from Friday until Sunday The creek was ablaze with smiles Sunday Every sweetheart from far aud near toed the mark and knelt at the mourners bench Ah my but the belles were happy The editorial in last weeks is sue on the political fjituatipu was simply more than grand It proved that the editor is a Democrat aud one where corruption is not toler ated Sam Wilson is this week painting the residence of Mort Cecil The body color is gray tinted with red and the trimming is white The structure looks more than beautifulMonday Prof Kelly Wheeler and his brainy pupils vacated the old frame house used for a school room and entered the new acad emy which was accepted by the building board Much to the joy of ail concerned the professor is drilling the scholars for an enter ment Due notice will be given John Cecil formerly of this place but now of Montgomery county was on the creek shaking hands with his many friends He visited his parents Ed Cecil and wife at Consolation his sister Mrs Joe Lee Oldfield at Mize and his brother Mort at this place He left for home Tuesday taking a barrel of sorghum and Joe his favorite dog along Oct 25 POET L w = i111IIIIIII STILLWATER Candidates are losing no time in making efforts to secure then election Born to the wife of Joe Brown girlDrRevJ D Hunter D S C Jr 0 lA Mof Cannul1 City reor ganized Trent lodge Monday night with J9 members Lvng Jim Linkous as Ihe is usually called was at Laurel Tues day of last week entertaining the boys with fairy tales and ghost stories Jim is a professional and ought to have the belt with a blue ribbon tied to one end Oct 20 DoMixno Frightful Fate Averted III would have been a cripple for lifo from a terrible cut on my knee cap writes Frank Disberry Kelliher llinn without Buck Ibns Arnicu Salve which soon cured me Infallible for wounds cut and bruises it soon cures burns scalds old sores boils skin erup tions Worlds lust for piles 25c stall dealers J W PERRYS TRANSACTION A Letter From Col A W Hamil ton Montgomery County to R M Cox Mt Sterling Ky July 12 1905 Henry 11 Cox West Liberty Ky My Dour HenryMy mother the widow of the lute General John S Williams hate handed mu your letter of the 55rd inst and lies ask ed me to give you the facts of J W Perrys treachery to General Williams in his memorable contest for the United States Senate Per rys betrayal of General Williams in that contest wad tlA basest act of personal and political ingrati tude in the hi3tory cf Kentucky Perry had been elected to the Legislature from Owen county upon his pledge to the people that he would vote for General Williams During the entire contest he was a member of Williams trusted com mittee and in possession of all the secret plans of his campaign At the last moment hen Williams needed but one vote to nominate him Perry basely deserted him and went over to the enemy carrying all oi Williams confidential plans with him and defeated him by the bare majority of his ont vote What made Per ys treachery all the baser was the fact that I not only furnished him five badl1 dred 500 dollars with make his race for the Legislature but after his election I loaned him six hundred 600 dollars upon his plea tnat his baby was sick and that he was in great needof the money to send his wife and baby to Louisville to Dr Yaudell for treatment So at the time of his desertion he had the benefit of eleven hundred 1100 dollarsof money which had been furnished him because he told he was Wil liams devotedfriend had enlist- edundel him and had served under him in the Confederate army and that he would cut Off his right arm before he would vote against him These facts can be verified by Judge B F Day of this county who is cognizant of my assistance to Perry and who induced Perry after the Senatorial contest WAS over to refund me five hundred 500 dollars of the money What Perry got out of the transaction I never know The report as I heard it was that he got five thousand 5000 dollars I dout know whether it was true or not but this I do knw that from that day to this wherever his conduct is known his name has been a byword and a reproach among honorable men I have no interest in the present campaign for the Senate but I write you these facts because I believe that every old Confederate soldier in Morgan countyought to know how Perry treated his old General who had sworn him into the service of the Confederate Ar my and how he betrayed aud de serted him in the hour of his ex tremity Yours very truly A W HAMILTON H M Cox being duly sworn states that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the letter from Col A W Hamilton to him and that he has the original now in his possessionH Subscribed and sworn to Octo ber 20 1909J SEBASTIAN Clerk k i HERES YOUR CHiNCEII To Visit the Old World Free of Any Expense Double Vote Offer in Louisville Heralds Great Mediterranean Trip Contest Provides Oppor tunity To Secure Number of Votes Necessary To Win Membership in Delightfull Tour A great opportunity to secure the number of votes necessary to win membership in the Louisville Heralds Tour to southern Europe is presented in a special offer announced in connection with the Heralds Mediterranean trip con testBeginning Monday October 18th and continuing until October J50th the Louisville Herald will give twice the usual number of votes on all subscription payments made on account of the contest The special cffcr applies to all new and old subscriptions for payments of one dollar or more This cffcr will positively not be duplicated and at no time in the contest will sub scriptions count for as many votes au during the time of the double vote offer As an instance of how rapidly votes will count up undwr the special offer it is only uescessary to state that with a single new subscription for three years a vot ing certificate for 14000 votes will be given This number of votes alone would be sufficient with the present standing to place any con testant in the lead in any district and with votes to spare It will be readily apparent how quickly a magnificent vote can bo secured under the provisions ol the double fi vote offer The uext two weeks while the special offer is in effect is the time when the contestants already entered should prosecute their campaigns a with the greatest energy and vigor In the instance of contestants who have considered entering but have not yet done so the spec ial offer provides an exceptional opportunity to enter the contest for the trips with splendid chances for success Proper appreciation of the wonderful value of the spec ial offer end effective work while the offer is in effect may be the mean of winning the active contestant membership in the Her alds Mediterranean trip party The trip offered by the Herald will be a fascinatingexperience aud will be as beneficial in an ed ucational way as it is enjoyable and and delightful The trip will start on January 8th 1910 and two months will be consumed in visit inK such points of wonderful inter est as The Azores Madiera Gib raltar Genoa Nice Monte Carlo Cannes Milan Florence Venice Rome and Naples Pompeii Vesuvius The ocean voyages will be made on the magnificent and luxurious ocean greyhounds of the Canard Line th Caronia aud Carmania Every expense of the trip from the time the party leaves home until it returnsnwill be borne 1 y the Herald Twenty women will take the trip those taking the trio being tlir winners in the different dUtiicts in the contestThose who wish to be among the happy twenty to go on this de lightful trip should commnnicatet at one i with the contest editor of the Louisville Herald Full information and iustiuctions forany one wishing to enter will be glad ly given upon request made to the r contest department of The Louisville Herald Louisville K- yCASTORIA i For Infanta andCUUwa The Kind Yoi Have Always luctt Bears the- Sfgaatttre of The Best Way to Find OaL Cannel City Ky Oct 1909 Dear Mr Cooper IJncloaedyou will find 100 for Which phase send me THE HAZEL GEENHER ALD one year My husband and I were students of H G Ant one time and still love that places end all the people over there awl want to krow what they are all ding We have no better way of finding out about the school and the peo pIe than through that good little 4 paper you call THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Yours respectfully MRs ERNEST E ELAIU IaII- t of iiqq HERALD n Bnteredatthn Hazel Oren lollt IIII omceaseecondclaumatter SPENCER COOPER = ltorl HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Oct 28 1909 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For State Senator 3Ith Senatorial District E E IIOGGasOf Owsley County For Representative Legislature District MALONE LYKIXS Of Morgan County 0WOLFE COUNTY For County JudgeW B DUFF For County Court ClerkI L CAKKOLI For Circuit Court Clerk J C LINIIUNseFor SheriffGEORGE +V SA G SAMPLE cForFor JailerJ Ci LITTLE For Co Superintendent W TAtLHEE Fur SurveyorH CREECH Fur CoronerJ RANK SAMPLE uu MORCAN COUNTY For Circuit Judge 32nd DistrictJ HANNAH 1 For thDistrictJOlt1 For County Judgel C FERGUSON For County Attorney311IANEhFor County SapedntendeutTNItARKEIForCircuit1 For Sherifll li HUOWN For JailerII C COMBS For Assessor WHIT KEMPLIN For COrooerZA1I 111 N E For Surveyor M P TV RNE TilE people of this Judicial Dis trict are confronted with the prop osition as to whether or not they will continue in office men who have been trusted by the peopler and who have come up to the full standard as officials Tho people know Judge Adams to be a man of honesty integrity high character and ability that ho has courage to stand by his convictions on the bench and to be swerved from th right by no man Placed in a district that includes Breathitt county opposed by people who have heretofore made this district in famouF and with antagonism com ing from most of the lawless element r from this district There stands today within two miles of the court house of Jackson a steam distillery that has an output of more than one hundred gallons ofto whiskey per day As auxilliary to this distillery there have as we are informed sprung up within the last thirty days numerous 4 blind tigers along the Kentuckys river above Jackson that are sup 11ported by this distillery The owners of the distillery are among the strongest supporters of Judge Re 1llwine They are among the most jIactive men in his campaign and t are believed to be the men thatx contributed most largely to his 4 campaign The operators of the blind tigers that have recently sprung up are for Judge Redwine and his associate Mr Johnson Taking these matters of facts into consideration what would be the result of their supporting Judge Redwine and Mr Johnson shouldj they be elected to these offices t Will they give to these candidates their support and their money un less they believed there will be some advantage given to them iin the future course in this district t r Will the whiskey men support a candidate or a set of candidates unless they expect to receive something in return This is not all1 1IThe people have only to look back over a period of six years to the a dark days of Bloody Breathitt and the days when crime stalked t antt d L uuwhipped of justice and the foulest 1 crimes have been committed Judge Redwine occupied the benchI at that time he woa entrust with the welfare of this Judicial District and the people looked to him as their protector Did he protect them JudgfiUgdwine saysI S in his speeches that he did put down crime in Breat itt When did I do it In Atril 1902 Dr P B Cox was killed on the streets of Jackson atynight No investigation was made In July 1902jj Tames Cocferill was hot on- t treats pf Jackson froi the courtI 4LL 1 y house at midday No investiga tion was made In May 1903 James B Marcum was shot while standing in the dour of the court house in daylight and when upo a popular uprising the people de mantled that an investigation be made Judge Redwine directed that sa grand jury bo empauelled and that the killing of Mr Marcum be investigated This was done Why not have done this after Cox was i killed and saved these other two goodmen or why not have done this after Cockrill was killed and saved the last named one Hargis and other friends of Judge Ilechvino were charged with rhos- sassinations e but they were never punished Are the people ofaj Breathitt county to have a return of these feud conditions Are they again to be subjected to murder and arson and bloodshed and the county placed in a condition that law and order can not be pre rved11e believe that with a county anministration iin Breathitt and with a proper county administration in Wolfe and the other counties of this dietric- atth Judge Adams and Kelly Kash will honestly and properly and courageously and ably administer e affairs of this Judicial Dietri and we believe that the poop ave faith in them andwill continue i them in office There is no politics in this matter t It is a plain simple everyday hoB est man in this district as to whether i or not he will do the things that will conserve the interest of our people that will promote pea ceIs and encourage our every tutors in the development of a country that has so long been abused A Word of Explanation Camptou Ky Oct 20 EDITOR HKKAID I hear it reported that I filed away certain Clrcei t court against Otis Tutt and Artii liquorIthat this report is not true T indictments are in the clerks alit at Campton to show for themseh and show they were not filed away and I invite the public to investi gato them Whatever order was put on the record attempting tt file them away was put on without my knowledge and consent There was a proposition made the county attorney and myself to permit Otis Tutt to pay finesicertain cases and execute pea bonds to the commonwealth th liquorbutcuted and no order was diract Ji by me to be made in the cases the matter was never mentioned to me by Otis Tutt and I never directed dthe clerk in any way to make any order in the cases KELLY KASH WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT CLERKS OFFICE Campton Ky Oct 22 To whom this may concern As I am reliably informed that- a report is being circulated that Judge James P Adams and Co monwealths Attorney Kelly Kai jI at the recent September term off the Wolfe Circuit court filed aw pendingint againstOtisfriends agreeing to pay the sum ofi 100 is absolutely false as far as Judge Adams or Mr Kash is concerned i as I believe as the filing away of said indictments and I the records of the Wolfe Circuit court show were filed away on the daythatWolfe Circuit court adjourned and do not believe that Mr Kash was present on that day Ias the deputy Circuit court clerk was told by G B Stamper county attorney of Wolfe county on said date to make the necessary orders filing againget off two replevin bonds for said parIties each agreeing to pay 50 and costs which was duly executed Coxedas Thesebondsof the Wolfe Circuit court and anI order was duly entered ot record filing away all the indictments against said parties except to enter eachbeof parties bonds were duly executed No endorsements are written on said indictment by Mr gashor any one else actingCircuit I coothe I AfFs po o9 J M tCommnnicatcil Politics in Breathitt Jackson Ky Oct 26 The political pot is boiling ver hot in Breathitt which is probably 1tho central figure in the 23rd Ju dicial district The liquor element inj Breathitt is showing consider able activity in the election and1 strange to say nearly alt the liquor men ate supporting Judge Red wine and Mi Johnson and the Democratic county ticket For iinstance the Spencers who own big distillery at Oakdtle and tfl e Crawfords who own a steam dis tillers here at Jackson are takitr cnmpaigej j j distilleries have tit darlings that are following thei iin the campaign Breck CombsI who lives above Jackson who a former friend of Judge Harg and Judge Redwine and who has at various times been engaged tthe sale of liquor is making active canvass of the county and strongly advocating the election- of Judge Redwine and Mr Jehu son Different means are bung e ployed to carry on the work in election An effort is being made to take men out of jail by ti county judge for the votettuffon yesterday young man named Sharp who hr been placed in jail on fines amounI sellingliquotathe alej a under the prate of having been given a job on the county roads to pay his tinesI J employeheI us OakdaleI precinct hus been changed by order of the county jjudgej from a point on te Middle fork of the Kentucky river two miles distant from Oakdale and now placed at Oakdale within 550 MtSpencer owner ot the area goodcitizensd plain and say that this was donety tor the purpose of intiuudati the voters In the famous Cro ettsville precinct which is the homo of Ed Callahan the voting place was changed by order of the county judge from the mouth Longs creek up to within 1 yards of the home of Ed Callah ofcItCele is citis zens claim that this was duos for the purpose of intimidating the votersOn the other hand Judge Adams supportedbyBreathitt county The good ci zoos here are standing by th andwill give them their support i ors phatMoore to again drug Breathitt COUIJ andithe efforts of the opposition Breath itt county will give a Republic safelydefeatenemy s Your cough annoys you Keep on hacking and tearing the delicate membranes of your throat if you want to be annoyed But you want relief want to be curt take Chamberlains Cough Remedy Sold by all dealers PervertmIAs the election approaches m closely the people of this judicial ayistrict are studying the records ot the aspirants for judicial office with more care and interest Th is no doubt that they are vita interested and that they are going to vote ae they believe will be best Tot themselves and their families andneighbors IWith the record of Judge Red wine they are deeply interested Their interest in that is their iinterest in themselves and the fus countryAfterremains- that the people are primarily sponsible for the efficiency of government They can demand and have anything they wish JudReRedwinesrank failure The events of his official career are deeply written on the minds of men They made an imprint on the country and on the times flis sins were both commission and omission Beginning in a small way control politics and necesear calling to his ajd supporters was his misfortune tp ally bime with men who had ambition of usedtheirJ i oftroublesl he J1 himselfTheon the bench were years iu which be degradmoreyearhiacom 1 oq 1 0 mission of violent acts and iin the power to avert consequences Judge Redwine naturally went downward reyspect H3 years as a judge should have fitted him for further duties as a citizens but instead of that they I unfitted him for those duties bye blunting his moral nature that whatever he gained in knowledge the law was outweighed by loss I Iof independence nod true manhood i II iUeI j character is never stationary dowllwardgilit was fortunate for him that he whottti d1 itIi powersisfor good as an officer was over Beattyville Enterprise RemedyIIII i 9 of coughs colds croup and influ enza Try it when in need ItI contains no harmful substance and alwaj gives prompt relief Sold dealersm i Running Two Blind Tigers ellyi ell tl jurydI county I i We suppose this is glee of the things he promises to do better nohoJudgetC j during this campaign toIus Enterprise The pleasant purgative effect ex periencpd by all who use Chamber loins Stomach and Liver Tablets and the healthy condition of the body and minu which they create makes one feel joyful Sold by all1 dealers dACard of Introduction llentlemen jitid citizens of olfe coun I am proud of the opportunity of iintroducing to you James F Brown of ckGusueyvihe an the Republican nominee for the office of Assexcor of Wolfe county and gentlemen being perwinally acquainted with Mr Brow and the Brown family and historically feeol somewhat able to do justice both to Mr 00Brown Gatlemen and friends first and in order fllmilyhebelongs according to the ties of natty ei 1 wish to say that he in the younger son yhei dearlybelovedcounty to whose once cheering but uo stilled voice many of us have ofttimes uphftetid emBrown Jr who lust his life by bets crushed to death by a log rolling eve him A man whom many of you know andwho for generosity and uprightness poyou have learned to love and of whom I wish to say that in spirit principle and practice and for truth and veracity his specimenHe e one anflu1of d was one t leading dayMr Bob and Jell Ruse of Still water and Uncle John and Joe Rose of Lacy Creek all of whom are among the very bpst quiet est law abiding and upright citizens of our county notfbe yourdB one of the most strictly sober straight forward upright honest and honorablej young men of our county our state o- as rt to that matter our United States welllacquainore t b inhilii i Sunday schooland on the public high toerebe attemptinlyg guage never attempting to swear never approaching a falsehood never tattling indulgingi He is a strictly sober man fur as muchIas I have been with Mr Brown I liar leastdegreewhiskbfaudycating kind Neither did 1 at any time anythingre of He is a liberal man being seer ready to go down ill his pocket and bring tutany reasonable contribution to relieveI the sick or suffering to aid the church I worthyfriend j kind He stands ever ready to lend an uplifting hand I orinstitutionprinciples of religion morality educa witofh d and is every way just snch a man as iis c he I rt spppaitto whom we look for spc6 a majority IIf ttvotes eleelfct IYuIhfe J Sow I toI youtabswordbutsehieacquaintance of his and learn who Mr Brown is and then we feel that sou inthei ua juetiWce Brown in presenting him to you at our r I candidate D R EZJJFBEV f c t1 OO 044Ot1zi 27i 7Z7i e I Millinery Opening O BEGINNING AO OQ3 FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 V 0Li p and continuing one week ft 014 I have just received my Fall Goods of Millinery O Dry Goods and Notions Full line of Cloaks rSkirts etc Everything uptodate Call and see 11Ii o UPSTAIRS FRONT ROOM CECIL BROS STORE IDp4GrQ o O 1 MISS FALAY LONG I 222o o oo Commissioners SaleI Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky Jacob Detwilerand Louisa Harrpld etc vs Plaintiffs W Buscom Perkins S It Perkins etc- Defendants Bv virtue of a judgment and order of ale of Wolfe Circuit court rendered at its September term 1909 in the abo cause for the sum of One Thousand an TwentyFive 105 Dollars with in forest nt the rote of six per sent per un Mum hum the 12th day of August 1107 until paid and costs herein shall piocred to oiler for sale at the court highestbiddi1MONDAY the 1st Day of NOTEMB I beingCuuntymonthsi the following described proper ty tn wit A certain tract or parcel of land lyi in Wolfe county Kentucky on t errlas WI Beginning at tbe County road above reen Taulbeesat a set stone a corner to Green Taulbees thence with said county nuut road to asetstone thence outhward toi set stone between two chestnuts thence same direction to a set stone at u dogwood G W line thence with acid Millers line to erutlreastwardlys to a hickory at JuhnTuulbees line thence with said Taulbtes line to the thenww hockeys line to Green Taul bees line thence with said TaulbeCs line to the place of beginning tigFrthe purchase price the purchaser withi approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal interest from havingthepromptlytermsE CornBCommissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky Joab Allen Plaintiff OUt John I andFrankBy virtue of a judgment andorder of ale of the Wolfe Circuit court rendered at its regular September term h09 in ThrHundredwitinterestJ perannuUl herein1 t thehighettbidderMONDAY the let Day of KOVEMB 1909 betaCountymonths the prnpeety towit A certain tract or parcel of land Isla lYolfecotrntyKentuckyonfhenurty B t I same land conveyed to plaintiff by T F Stamper and Ada Stamper his wife by t warranty deed bearing date December I 21 11105 which deed is duly recorded i intt Couty j containing J orlellmorefullre Beginning on Plummer street corn to the M E parsonage lot and runnixerce I with said parsonage lot and paling fen jI palinI J nowWillw ellitwardlycourse BaiIty i thencewitbmouthward butanresew 1 galBaileyPlummerstreet a eOrmadeForwith approved mUl1executefromthehaving force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms ColDB t FARMS Co FOR SALE productirep acre J200 acres in Bath county well impror edwell and aayd1 98 12 serer near Howards Mill thafcounty good dwelling well watered aad Ji groundPrice75 acres well improved in good neigh borhood and good strung land Pricey Z80 per acre c0 acres well improvedand one of i 9the best farms in the county Will raifanything and can be bought for 1125 per acre 19iacres improved at 110 per acre 197 12 acres at te1001 per acre 100 sera varreaatiiSUaagoodba cemdtobaccofarmat 12750 per acre and many others a Also many residences in this city and 4 in the suburbs This city has two nice theograss section iso rt Now is the time to buy Last I will go 10 per cent higher witkii the next twelve months 0wa BOFFro JWOOD REAL ESTATE MT STERLING KY FARM FOR SAIETi 0loselying X ifencedJknownf good timber and nearly all cleared- Inad in brass Large orchard ever Je jtenantlasting fine water 5room dwell J y das tbarthis f ary 1 1910 For further particuJ BIIR No 1 Rardin Ill I FARM FOR SALE 1 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 BlaMtwa forbGO acres in grass balance iu culti 5roomdwellingoutbuildings informatiMOTLEY Ezel Ky iII7 4 I offer for sale my residence consirt ing of sevenroom cottage good lot and garden and outbuildigs One of the GreeAlsoanythiaofcountry being nishedwith a complete outfit of tools supRliesalsoquipped Will sell all togetbejoi separately t alJdressROSEMarch i OArCl2lltZABnst w 1 rhaft YM thll JIBJs 1 v Nu- x J Y 3 F 7iJkIlJ = a- Y I r OTr1 t- II 1 P Coughs i o- Children I I II Especially night coughs NaI ture needs a little help to quiet the irritation control the inflammation check the progress of the disease Our advice is give the children Ayers Cherry Pectoral Ask your doctor if this is his advice also He knows best Do as he says formulaA to li you think Constipation is of trifling consequence just ask your doctor He will disabuse ypu of that notion in short order Corr ct it at once he wil- lIY Then ask him about Ayers Pills A mild liver mil all vegetable 2rC tAnr eAerCoEewell us- t THE HERALD Jr 0 U A M Trout Council No 111 was reinstated October 25 with 20 members by Elder T D Hunter of Cannel City I Crock Coldirou has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a fine mess of young aud tender mountain oysters Miss Daisy Day after a visit of about two months among friends at Winchester and Mt Sterling came home Tuesday very much pleased with her outingdThe attention of trappers and others having furs to dispose of is called to the advertisement of Ms Sabel it Sons Louisville who would like to make a deal with you t When you go to the polls next Tuesday dont forget to vote for the Good Roads amendment It is of vital importance to Wolfe county and every other county needing good roads Miss Rose Coldiron who is teaching the Daysboro schooll says she j has an attendance of fifty every day and that she never has seen so many intelligent children in one buncha grand compliment to thes jeople around Daysboros A geiitleinnn who came from Breathitt county Tuesday tells Our Man About Town that Adams will undoubtedly carry the county by a majority of 2oO They know Mr Kedwines rotten andJdeterminedJ J i George L Athey Republican I candidate for Tircuit court clerk is putting forth his strongest ef forts to win the race lie was in our town several days during the past week jpakiug friends with theI voters of this section and no doubt left a good impression withsome H F Hillenmeyer Son the Lexington nursery men have their fall announcement in this issue of THE HERALD If you own a farm you ought to have an orchardand we would qdvise you to write to Messrs Hillenmeyer and they will stock you up with good trees at reasonable prices Prof Patton cashier of the bank t while digging a row of turnip beetsI a few days since came to one which weighedeight pounds measured 22 inches in circumference and 14l inches in length The seed alll came from the same package an I he can not account for the stray large one In his speech here Friday last Dave Redwine said Adams had five cases reversed out of six tried iin his court During the first five years of Redwines term he triedI 119 cases 59 of which were reversed Mr Redwine hasgainedknowlIi edge since that t has not developed that he is for good people There is a married couple visit ing in this town which for light weight and youthfulness take the cake The husband is 24 year old weighs 108 pounds and the wife iis 13 years old and weighs 65 pounds She wears short dresses and every act is that of a little child They ihave been married five months and Appear as happy as any couple I jponld be Paulinememon1mII Cfisar Lindon and wife of Gill is more who died October 12 1909 was a most lovely child one whom I per visitor was attracted to bya her genial disposition People I made the remark that she was as bright at her age as many five or six year old and to those who knew her best it looked as He the one I who said Suffer little children toII come unto me had called her into His flock All who had seen the child in life said she was more an angel than a child and when diph theria struck her readily said she will be an angel Mr ahd Mrs Lindon have the sympathy of all who had seen Pauline and express comfort in the sorrow to their household Think of a devoted f mother and lather loving the pet I of their married union and you may feel the sorrow that has been theirs What is sweeter than an innocent sweet child and she of f your own blood How could they 1 help grieve If there is anything that will endurett The eye of God because it still iis parr- t iis the spirit of a little rhilil Fresh from the hand and therefore untie filed Nearer the gate of Paradise than we Our children breathe its aim its angels see dad when they pray God hears their simple 1 prayer Yea even sheathes his sword in judgment bare 1 The Farmerb Institute held here t last week was not so largely attend as it should have been No 1 oubt some good was done by the lectures of blesses Blanford and Clayton but the farmers them should organize and hold meeting to discuss matters in whicht they are interested We under stand a club was organizedand now let the farmers see to it that it is kept up and regular meetings held John Wallis last week presented th editor and his better seven eighths with a peck or more of the finest turnips we ever tasted They look very much like the rutabaga but are as sweet as any sum mer turnips He calls them the apple variety and got the from a firm in the north It is surela fine turnip and allof our farmers will do well to raise them HOWS THIS We otter One Hundred Dollars Reward lor any cuss of Catarrh that can not lie cured by Halls Catarrh Cure 1 F J J CH KXEY A CO Toledo OfWe the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believett him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fiuanancially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WAIDIXO KINNAN MARVIN 1 Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blodd and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent 1 free Trice 75 cents per bottle Sold by Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Wash Hollon and wife oT New kirk Okla are visiting relatives in this section and were guests of his brother J B Hollon Monday and Tuesday after which he visit ed J S Perkins of Lacy creek Mr Hollon is the eldest brother of our fellow citizen J B Hollon and has been away from here fort 40 years with a visit to his homeI I county every four or five years David Redwine was approachedl and asked to contribute to theIt burial expenses of an old lady at ShdeI lived in rags she died in rags andl let her be buried in rags I have no money to help people of that kind Citizens people all of yo answer can a man with so little o r the milk of human Kindness ren der justice on the bench Notice Cannel City Ky Oct 709 To all the officers and members of Hazel Green C No 112 Jr O U A 11 of Hazel Green now sus pended from the S C of Kentucky from all right and benefits of the Jr O U A1 Dar Sirs and Bros On the 8t day pfJfoTember 1909 at 7 p m 1 willj meet with Trent C No Ill of Trent Ky and all members of Hazel Green C No 112 that willI ubet me on that date I will for 125 issue them a withdrawal card hat will admit them to membership in any C of the order in the USA Yours in V L and P J D HUNTED S C O A I H j Cicaar Lindon the Democratic candidate for Circuit court clerk a boy we have known for twenty years If he has ever failed to answer an appeal to charit if of his tenant ever asked for mealthewithin his province vote against DemocratsI thatIwe go to at midnight and when the lightning flashes and ak him to saddle his horse and do us- a favor would he do WI Does the sun shine When a mans own neighbors stand in for him he must be a pretty goodman Did he ever refuse to do a favor a man in distress Then when where and whyTe live for our friends and like a man who loves his fellowman For that reason we are for Cesar Lindon and an other George Sally Would George get up and ride nights for his friends Well would he He however has no opposition but we want to say it in compliment to his manhood In conclusion vote for every Democrat on the county ticket The Judicial race goes to Adamsand Kash How of His Promises Lets see how this looks for the law and order Judge Kedwine promisesOne the big distillers in Breathitt county who is operating the selling end of his business in open defiance of law and who has been repeatedly fined in Judge Adams court says that if Judge Adams and Kelly Kash are re electQdlhe will have to quit husi ness and leave the country as he will be unable to continue under themAnd he says on the otter hand that he is for Judge Redwine and T C Johnson because he can continue business under them Now Mr Voter you who have been listening to the beautiful promises these Democratic nominees have been making what do you think of that as a prophesy of what Redwine and Johnson will doBeattyville Enterprise Lee City Ky Oct 309 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Mr Cooper You will find enclosed pay for the two following subscription for THE HKRALD Miss Mary F Elam and John L Burkhart both of Burkhart I remain your friend BIKNS SLAM Hoarseness in a child subject to croup is a sure indication of the approach of the disease If Cham berlaius Cough Remedy is given once or even after the croupy cough has appeared it will prevent the attack Contains no poison Sold by all dealers Do You Get Up With a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost evene knows of Dr Kilmers Swami Root the great kidney liver and bladder remedy because its remark able health restoring properties Swamp Root fulfills almost fl urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it- wineor bad effects following use of liquor or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go through the day and to get up oftcnI times during the night SwampRoot is not everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been thoroughly tested in private practice and has proved so successful that a special ar rangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about Swanu Root and how fidontifyou have kid ney or bladder trouble writingmentionfJ offer in this paper and send your address to of to Dr Kilmer Co nom ttia3ipRocc Binghamton N Y The regular fiftycent and onedollar size bottles are sold by all druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Binghamton N Y on every bottle rW Ru- eFURSh- Weal Hues sled overfl FeatbtnTallowHeawazGinsengGoldenSerJlYdbwRodMpApple GoldenSerJlYdbwRodMpAppleWad ouUulxd D J6560 half center in LouirnUe tad caD do better for you Uuo cento or mmmilom mcfcfanu Rtferenct ear Buk in Lomnffle Write for wally factlilt ud lUpcinf Ueu label OC sieer 228 C Haiti II UUtfttUE KY t IH Has Passel the Pout There is a certain point in human conduct beyond which no man ban pass and yet have a well founded hope of regaining his lost positron among his neighbors and associates This does not apply iI exclusivelybutWhen a man has held a position of trust and proven untrue to it or unfitted for it he may not rea sonably expect to have that true t again He may feel sorrow for his I acts and may promise to do better if trusted again but this will avail him nothing We may not oubt that any who have failed won Id have been glad to regain their loss position and that they world have promised anything to that end It is prob able that they entered life with high hope for the future and that their fall was dpe to weakness- In very rare instances failures have been given a new chance but through some strange fatality they never make good They are a prey to weaknessSome en years ago the people of this judicial district saw fit to make a voung mun their Circuit Jndge He had won his nomination by some of the wire working sometimes practiced in conventions He had nothing to offer in the way ofexcellence but he won in the election yearshepoliticalenabled to win the nomination of his party again to defeat a worthy opponent in the general election In making himself secure polit really he had Ipeen forced to all himself with then who afterwards dominated hint to his detriment And for this reason his adminis tration was a failure In his lat ter days of power lawlessness pre vailed His home county felt the worst effects of his misrule Men wor assassinated in his home town it was charged that those who were closest to him were concerned In order to hold court he had to have the militia to guard him And so he went out of office dis credited His official life had been a failure He had been to say the least unequal to the strenous du ties which he should have perform ed Where hej should have left a bright record pe left a blot Reader from this description you will readily recognize David B Redwine former Circuit Judge of this district and now an aspi rant for his old position He promises that if you elect him again he will do better Do you believe it Do you be hove an old dog can teach himself new tricks Beattyville Enter prise Salesmen wanted to look after our interest in Wolfe andadjacent counties Salary or commission Address the Harvey Oil Company Cleveland Ohio 300000 IN CASH PRIZES TO AGENTS OF THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER OF CINCINNATI OHIO Besides a Liberal Commission that will insure to Solicitors 10000 a month and better 1 Cash prize of S 50000 1 Cash prize ol 0000 1 Cash prize of 20000 1 Cash prize of 10000 4 Cash prizes of 75 each 80000 4 Cash prizes of 60 each 24000 8 Cash prizes of 50 each 40000 12 Cash prizes ol 25 each 30000 11 Cash prizes of 15 each 10500 7 Caih prizes ol 10 each 7000 50 Cash prizes amounting to 257500 EXTRA STATE PRIZES 1 Extra prize lor Ohio S 10000 1 Extra prize for indianA 7500 1 Extra prize for Illinois 5000 1 Extra prize lor Kentucky 5000 1 Extra prize for Vlrgi ila or West Virginia 5000 4 Cash prizes for States not named here of 25 each 10000 GRAND TOTAL OF 59 Cash prizes amounting to 300000 The Liberal Commissions we pay Solicitors in addition to cash prizes will equal or greatly excell the amount ofsuch cash prize thus insur ing all against loss if only ten yearly Subscriptions are obtained The General News and Subscription Agencies are barred from this contest Hence Solicitors have no occasion to fear opposition from that sourceSend for terms get an early start Earnest work will bring you 500 a day ENQUIRER COMPANY CINCINNATI or- t L eweu tThe Kind You Havo Always Bought and which has been n- IIin use for over 30 years has borne the signature of kand has been made under his sonal supervision since its perIIAllow no one todeceive you in butI i Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil rare gorlc Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy lord natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years eyNe MT UH eoNtI TT MUKKAT THCCT NEW BONN CITY CECIL BROS Dealers in General Merchandise Country Produce etc Our Fall and Vinter StoHc of goods is the most complete and uptodate of any store in town Here you will find Dress Goods from THE BEST BRANDS OF PRINTS at 5c a yard 10 SILKS AND SATEENS at 100 PER YARD OUR NOTION DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE 1 We have also hided a nice line o- fOZIERCOI TS i to keep you warm You alo find Trunks and Suit Cases suitcan to you Dont fail to calland see ua THE NEXT SESSION OF I AZELGREEN ACADEMY WWILL BEGIN TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 a at Kash Johnson RashDEALERS IN 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 have 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 SHOESa specialty We have them in all the varied styles and qualiy for WOMEN AND MEN and sell them at the lowest margin of rofit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shos- of our former immense stork including in the lot some very fine and many pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain will be sold At Cost and Carriage and Even Less i KASH JOHNSON KASH l c y Hd JIU r i WM M rerr O h di Neuralgia j Talej J ONE of tha Ski i Goat lEADACHEl BACKACHE JBlaee I bogie to me Dr Milo AntI Pain Pills I suttmd fr days and wctkt with neartlgta Now I only ever hive the beidiche I will never be without than Miss EUuor Vide 82S Ne Street St Joicph Missouri I AND THE rAINS or I RHEUMATISMand Doses23fCentti9 2rDnslaabDrM ei Aml PdeMS- tid to to tufceriod M MOB lilt price ol tb ti- nt1trhl y rtai a burin you GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most treasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse aud will attend all burials when eo requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE u 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 Ie JEWELER CAMPTON KY t I COUGHIt AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings tDiscoverytI run COUCHS t 1f Trial Bottle Fret AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES BATIBFACTOBtHONEY REFUNDED Inn WMoes1ie Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WmiEKsrooN Pres W R SiHAB Cashier Paid Up Capital 10000000 Undivided Proflta 170OOOOO Handsome Deposit of over 850000000 ofmerchantsfarmerst fness men generally throughout East j customjlegitimatebanking FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL tTREES Ever thing for i GARDEiN Catalog on Application No Agents H F HILLENMEYER EON I LEXINGTON KY- MiTEDSuccess MAGAZINE wants an energetic and responsible man Or woman in Wolfe county to collect I for renewels and solicit uew ub e seriptions duri g a i n are time Etperience unnecessary Any one caa start amongfriendandaoquaintecesand buildup 1 a paying and permanent business without ca ital Complete outfit andI instruction FREE Address YON Success 3 agazine Room 108 Success MagazineBuilding New York City t i 1Ye tor the H fPtP L 1 The Conquest 4t i By Dr FREDERICK A COOK i CopvrijM 1909 by the New York + Herat1 Company Registered In Canada In Accordance With Copy s iHM Act Copyright In Mex ico Unde Laws of the Republic + of Mexico All Rights 1 + + + + + + + +5 + + + + + n hasty farewell to Mr WITII and the olllcers and =ed wltba cheer from ll on board we left the motherly acht for our new home nnd ipsslon The yacht stood off to avoid drifting ice and await the return of the motorboat When we were set ashore we sat doT and watched with saddened eyes the dettartire of our friends and the severing of the bond which Iud held us to the known world of life nnd happinessThe of Annootok is placed In a small bay just inside of Cape Ingle field Its population changes much from year to year according to the known luck of the chasJ or the ambi tion of the men to obtain new bear skin trousers Scattered about It were twelve sealskin tents which served as a summer shelter for an equal number of vigorous families In other places nearer the sea were seven stone igloos Upon these the work of reconstruction fo- 1v hntenr hodnlrnndy bertin IN THE ARCTIC L In the immediate vicinity there were some turf and moss but everywhere else within a few hundred feet of the sea the land rose abruptly in steepII slopes of barren rock To the westward across Smit I sound In a blue haze were seen Cape Sabine Bache peninsula and some oft the land beyond which we hoped to cross In our prospective venture The construction of u winter house and workshop called for Immediate at tention after the wind subsided Men women and children offered strong hands to gather the stones strewn along the snore When the cargo is packed in tbl II manner the things can be qulckl- tossed on deck and transported toI floating ice or land Later It is possl ble with packing boxes of uniform size as building material to erect em dent shelter wherein the calamities of arctic disaster can be avoided Building Winter Quarters This precaution against ultimate mishap now served a very useful purpose Inclosing a space 13 by 10 feet th cases were quickly plied in The wall were held together by strips of wood or the joints sealed with pasted paper with the addition of a few long boards A really good root was made busing the covers of the boxes as shin gles A blanket of turf over this cop fined the heat and permitted at the same time healthful circulation of arWe slept under our own root at tiend of the first day and our new bous a had the very great advantage of con taming within its walls all our possessions within easy reach at all times As the winter advanced with its stormy ferocity and frightful darknns- it was not necessary to venture out and dig up supplies from great depths of snowdrift Meat and blubber wer stored In large quantities about tb camp Much Work In Sight But our expedition wits la need of skirts and furs Furthermore as me engaged for the northern venture would be away during the spring months the best hunting season of the year It was hoaSmac ironic before us for we had not only to prepare npr equipment but to provide for the families of the workers In the polar cycfe of the there are peculiar conditons which n welnepti1AsI season and a summer season a winter season ot nine months and a of three months But for more convenient division of the yearly periods it Is best to retain the usual cycle of four seasons Eskl mos call the winter ookiah which also means year and the summer onsah tfajs vc feleeps Tbe months an to g + + + + + + + + + + 10 t of the Pole II t Harvesting Food anti l0 Fuel For the Polar Trip + t Narwhal Hunting a n III rSport J J ++ THIRD ARTIrLEJ + + 4 + + + + + + + + + moons and the periods are named in accord with the movements of various creatures of the chase In early September at Annootok the sun dips considerably under the northern horizon There is no night 4t sunset and at sunrise storm clouds hide the bursts of color which are the glory of twilight and the electric alter glen is generally lost in the dull gray which bespeaks the torment of the storms of the setting sun j The gloom of the coming winter j night now thickens The splendor of the summer day has gone A day of sixI months and a night of six months jj are often ascribed to the polar regions as a whole but this is only true of a very small area about the pole As we come south the sun slips under i the horizon for an over increasing part of each twentyfour hours Prn ceding and following the night as w i come from the pole there is a oerlol of day and nl ht which lengthens wit the descent of latitude I It is this period which enables us t retain the names of the usual season summer for the double days fall fc r Thra season begins when the sun first din s L I THE MIDNIGHT SUN I under the Joe at midnight for a f w moments jjj jI NightIrapidly Ishtiny and night are of equal leu tb stnot cheerful Then t Se day rapidly shortens and darkens and the sun sinks until at least there Is but a mere glimmer of the glory of day Winter is limited to the long nighI tnrising sun a period corresponding to the autumn sunIfiryrt 23IIt dips in the sea on Aug 19 It thus encircles the summerIand continuous day for 118 days It abIsent a period of prolonged night corresponding to the onFebHarvesting Food and Fuel ofeharmons izing of the sun is withdrawn there begins a battle of the elements which continues its smoky agitation ofyAt this time though field work was forcedua whaleaaforo winter Icy spread over the hunting grounds ptarmigan taro and table delicar ties rhospeltsclothedMany long soetoepad boots and mittens and also to se tortheSeptcm imn portant periods ot anxious seeking forreserve supplies Aid From the Eskimo I There andh Greenland coast which did not require general su pervision whatwas rstopoutI InstructionsBach tprf and bring tfrgather the tremendous amount of mar sledequipment IIaswInwere abundant Their skins were Jn great Benumb for coat and stockings any j i H Eskimos must not only gather the greatest number possible but must prepare the skins and make them in tct pronerly fitting garments In other places reindeer were abut dant This slip was very much in demand for sleeping has while the sinew was required for throat Jn still other places seal was the luck of the chase and Its skin was one of our most important needs Of It boot were ordered and an immense amour of line and lashings was prepared Thus In one way or another every man woman and most of the children of this trite of 250 people were keI busy In the service of the o pedtio The work was well done and nit much better knowledge of the fitne of things than could bo done by an possible gathering of white men Ue of the Narwhal The nuest of the walrus and the narwhal came in our own immediate plan of adventure The unicorn or nar whal does not often come under the eye of the white man though one of the first animals to leave our shores It gore till n brief spell good results In sport and useful material The blubber is the pride of teeny house keeper for It gives a long hot ifs me to the lamp with no smoke to sp the Igloo finery The skin Is regard as quite a delicacy Cut into square It looks and tastes like scallops with only n slight aroma of train oil The meat dries easily and Is thus prized as an appetizer or as a lunch yin he eaten en route in sled or kayak In this shape It was an extremely useful thing for us for it toijk the place of pemmlcnn for our less urgent jour neys- s The narwhal which apart from its usefulness is most interesting to den izens of the arctic deep played ii schools far off shore usually along th edge of large Ice Its long Irory tusks rose under spouts of breath and spray When this glad sight was noted every kayak about camp was manned and the Eskimos skin canoes went like birds over the water Some of the Kskimos rose to the lIre fields and delivered harpoons from n secure foot lag Others hid Khlnd floating rag ments of heavy lee and made u sudden ruh ns the animals passed Still others cnnie up In the rear for the narwhal cannot easily see back ward and does not often turn to watch Its enemies Its speed being so fast that it can easily keep ahead of other troublesome creatures Hunting the Narwhal The harpoon Is always delivered at close range When the dragging float marked the end of the line In tow of the frightened creature the line of skin canoes followed The narwhal bI timid by nature Fearing to rise for breath he plunged along until nearl strangulated When it did come u there were several Eskimos near withdrawn lances which Inflicted deep gashesAgain I the narwhal plunged deep down with but one breath and hurried along as best It could But its speed slackened and a line of crimson mark ed Its hidden path Loss of blood andl want of air did not give it a thane- ot fight Again It came up with n etspout again the lances were hurled The battle continued for severalI hours with many exciting adventures but In the end the narwhal always sue combed offering a prize of severalI thousand pounds of meat and blubber Victory us a rule was not gained untilI the hunters were far from home also far from the shore line But the Es kimo Is n courageous hunter and an IIntelligent seaman Towing the Carcass To the huge carcass frail kayaks TowlogIsmake the task difficult and dangerous i I I I T an cops IK AEOTJC COSTUME nndveryOno dashingseastbedoubleularity of a pendulum Homecoming takes many hours and engenders a prodigious amount of hard work but there Is f Emination1 ambitionSevennnmal3 UmakingU pounds of tooA and fuel Then the I suddenly disappeared and i j e saw no wore of them Three white whales were also obtain abouttheL 0- r i a b r J I Women Suffer much needless pain when they delay using Card I foundItd moti than relieveif used persistentlymany have writ I I ten to say that 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