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Ft 1JIUf f 4- Jp THE AZEI REENEIt c I 0 Established March 4 1885 Hade Famous Inthe Story of Jonathan arid His Odatlnent by Max OBell = 0 rl 1 1r w Si Y IIC ITWEi I r tiilngton and Eastern Railway Time Table in Eiiect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND = 11Ao1 NUJ IIJ STATION lailyei Dail anti lIlHlay Sunday undayIIlIly JacksonII IAtLei 2 YLejAMIVe OAK J unct 615pm 25pw 7t5am- Beattyve Je 7 u7 lOW au 4 lOW Torrent 7S0 am 3 41 al1lt45 3 M IWIIi15 aw7Nat Bridge Hampton Jnl 7 4S amI13I 57 tau 8 15 am 4 26 854 am Stanton City I 8 25 am I 35 pm 9U aw- LAEJuncn Clay 9 Uuam 5 07 pmilUU3am Wincheater 9 12 am 520 via iu12 n Lexton an 9 55 am IJ OS pu 1025 a EAST BOUND nisi No4 exSTATIONS = Daily and IA31LytpI I i I amspoWtnchesterL20 am 2 38pm 2 43 pin LiEJuucUon j J 8 26 pm CityIIIO II 02m350 pm 40 Clay 351 pwH stanton 44 9 lu am 4 so pm Cawltou Juutu 9 38 pm 4 355 pm 5711at Bridge II57 9 43am 4 47 pm 62 Torrent blij 9 56 am 510 c 011017 amfpm7ulBeattYVe n 15 am6 610 05 i941U LO am CON ECTIO StL 4EJCNCT10 Mama Nos land will wake connection with the C A ORy tor Mt Sterling CAMPION JUSCTION Trains NOB 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central gy for Pine Ridge and Campton BKATTYVLLK JUilJloslrains No2 will make connection at Beattyville June I with the L and A Kailway for passengers to and from Beattyville 0 do K JUNCTION Trains Sos 3and 4 connect with the O A K Railway for local station on the O A K Railway W A MCDOWELL tleneral3danager- CHASSCOTTOenPaaa I Agent oilo KentuCky BailwagI lime Table May 21 I9O5 WEST BOUND N033 iii1 o21Daily ex1 = STATIONS = Daily ex PM SundaySundayABB I 0 27 PMAKK 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 S 45 13Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 11 11 51 3 52 6 llH3 10 201201Hampton 0 11 15 3 00 11 05 EAST BOUND Ko34 gi JS No22 Daily ex- Sunday = STATIONS = Daily ea S Sunday 1 LLvs PMLVK 710 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 733 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 L i4 837 10 Wilhurst 20 1 51 925 1OKJuuction22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 KOI 21 and 22 will make close connectioi at 0 t K Junction with Nos 3 and Raupoints on the Lexington aud Eastern way U L CONLEY Superintende- OmountainO eRRBIOa I No 1 No 2 10EPAET 600 a mCamptonll 30 a 1 200 p mCampton 6 00pm No2 No1 ARE1VE DEPART 7 80 amCampn JunclO0 a 380 pmCampn Juno 4 40 p The Mountain Central makes connection with all L k E pas lenger trains B F BOLIN- CUNDERTAKE CAMPTON KY INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and counties that he carries a line of Coffins Casketa Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away styleIBSpecial supplied on hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals Alto can fill orders for tombstones c y 4 QEWELL C ROSE Notary Public STILLWATER KY i2ri his professional services to citizens of patronagealtwho of rOfetftt bu zes3da ice uaSUllicater i r- ur l a COUNTY NEWS 1 Local Item ofgeneral interest to a majority not of our readers especi if not ally distantfriends BURKHARTICI Rev W H Elam visited rela b tives at Edna Saturday and Sun day K R Rose of Lee City was in section a few days since on business Pres Crase and wife visited relatives near Jackson trom Saturday until Monday J C Bailey sold a nice milk cow to Marion Lacy of Insko a tow days ago for 3250 Shelby Risner of Grassy was in this community last week attending to business matters 1 Wellington Arnett of Lee City passed through here Sunday en route to Magoffin countyjMarion Bailey sold a milch cow to his father J C Bailey recently a consideration of 27 Quite a crowd of our folks attended the Odd Fellows rally at Elmore last Tuesday and all report a splendid timetSeveral went from this place t Netty SUliday to hear Miss E Sewell deliver a temperance lecture All say she did well Logan Linden Jr who has been serving as a soldier in the United a States army for the past fourteen mouths returned home last Mon day on an honorable discharge Having the misfortune to have one of his hands severely crippled he was granted his discharge 1 Nov 1 NAT Forced Into Exile l Wm Upchurch of Glen Oak was an exile from home IOkla air he thought wonldI I cure frightful lungracking coughI that had defied all remedies fo two years After six months he returned death dogging his tepsII Tfceu I began to use Dr KingsII New Discovery he writes andII I after taking six bottles I am a I well as ever It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung dis eases Infallible for coughs and colds it dispels hoarseness andI sore throat Cures grip bronchitis hemorrhages asthma crImpIi whooping cough 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed ball v dealers CILLMORE Born to the wife of Geo Little- a boy Sarah Dunn is very sick at this writingBettie Little is somewhat tetter at this writing Uncle Bill Clark visited LORan Liudon Sunday ratScott Nickell is preparing to have his house recovered Scott Nickell and wife visits- his brother James Saturday an SundayMr Spencernan wife Sunday Miss Lillie Haddix of Stamper branch visited R 11 Haddix and family Sunday SarahElamofCannelCitm r vieited her parents Mr Mr 0 M Pratt Sunday 1Nov 1 LETTER FLY When a cold becomes settled iin the system it will take several days treatment to cure it and the best remedy to use is Chamber lains Cough Remedy It will cur quicker than any other and ale d leaves the system in a natural an healthy condition Sold by all dealers 4CANNEL CITY Courtney Campbell is quite iill at this writing CoElz one of Caney was iin town Saturday on business MF Conley has been in New Yok city during the past week Mrs Will Stacy of Stacy fork ws the guest of Mrs Malone Ly Irtns last Thursday Bro Patterson the rector of the Beattywillo Jiifccpt chttrcha jf IIIII = i TO sPOKDElftSYall your items early to they will reach our office j later thanTuesday morning Monday possible News received aver that will be published unless of Unusual importance Advertise no ones business andwrite on one side of the paper only 1- onducting a aeries of meetings JMaggieJ ton both of Elam enrolled in the j Public High school Monday Emmett has invoiced nhisneutly returned from Oklahoma u Denny Carter of West Liberty has been repairing the1 telephone line between this and Lee aCityCortes Stacy who iis attending school at Hazel Green Academy t made home folks ff pleasant visit last week Sam Carter of West Liberty was registered at Hotel DeLancy Sunday His business was purely social Mrs Susie Lykins has just returned from an extended visit to Hazel Green She reports a most delightful trip Mary Elizabeth the little daugh of Mr and Mrs Sam Freeze tt- Chapelh I IA Halloween masquerade was the specie feature at the Rink Saturday night The witches and the ghosts flitted most fantastic ITheI j entertained the public Friday night with an excellent program Thejj Ciceronians will have to huetlejj if they excel thIs program of the U Vs The school month ending OctoII ber 22 shows the following roll of 1 honor in the Public school Grade I LXOmer Gambill 90 Mary Stamper 91 Edna Lykins 90 i I Willie Mae Watson 90 Grade I VIIrIda McGraw 91 Omer Gain bill leads the entire school with anII average grade of 96 No pupils i are reported under the sevenths grade Nov 1 ETHEr Young Girls are Victims of headaches as well as old women I but all get quick relipf and prompt cure from Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best remedy for sick and nervous headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Try them 25c at all dealers UPPER STAMPER Miss Eva Haynes of this branch + is visiting at Adel this week 1YrigleyDireMorgan county is vrsitingonthi I branch This should be called the Happy branchll theykooptthe atnff the makes them happy creekd+ ZShoedmaker of this Tuesday- W Z Shoemaker continues to everdmorning where gas and blacksmith shop Quite a crowd from this branchI went to Lacy creek Wednesday night to attend a pound party given to Jeff Smyth All reports a nice time Nov 1 SJS A Scalded Boll SJurieki horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that when all tnought he would die Bucklens Arnica Salve for1dbruises Cures sores skin eruptions chilblains chappedi hands Soon routs piles 25c atI all dealers MURPHY FORK Last week Ben Murphy bought a 4yearold mule from Paris Roe for 120 fl W Year of Bonny returned after a three weeks visit with hill children at Coebnrn Va Uncle Hiram Qreer and hispid fiddlei Murphetiddierof thiswook i nown s q ice lL JLor Henry Murphy last week sold 1II pair of flue mules to Frank blue phy of Daysboro tor 350 f Mrs Alice Old ield of Illinois parentsJames 1 left fort home Friday Mrsj Malisea Creekbaum of Ezel died Thursday from catarrh of the stomach The funeral took place at the Ezel graveyard Satur dayiJ S Pieratt is afflicted at this with a vnry painful boil his side below the right aim by overreaching while ceiling the new schoolhouse Ellis Oldfield and his moving outfit held the boards at Ben Murphy schoolhouse Sat rday night It was well attended and all enjoyed the show Last week an inquest was held Pekin over three bunches of dogsSqUlrothe loss and the owners made their claim Miss Ethel Cecil of Consolation and Miss May Pack of Mize were 1min1 girlsforwith you A game of baseball was playedi 1 Saturday between the Clay i phy scho lhouse boys and the Ben Murphy schoolhouse boys on the latters ground resulting in a vie tory for the Ben Murphy schoolhouse boys by a score of 11 to 2 The famous cabin on the hill has been vacated again This time by Long Dave Lawson wlo last weak pulled up stakes arid left for county much to the joy Dr Hurry Murphy who claims the dust in the road was laid as if by a recent rain but soon found out it came from tears of joy from the whole community An entertainment of a classic order will be held at the Ben Mur phy schoolhouse Saturday Novem ber 18 Recitations dialogues and singing will be the + main features In the afternoon a game of base ballwill be played between two select nines A box supper will be the program at night the proceeds going for the benefit pt the school Come out and be with us in this good movement Nov 1 TULIP Lame back comes on suddenly and is extremely painful It iis caused by rheumatism ot the mus cles Quick reief is afforded by I applying Chamberlains Liniment j Sold by all dealers LANDSAW t Mrs Joe Halseyandl childrenI visited Leander Barker and family SundayJ Johnson Hiram Swango I and George Sally took dinner with Hon J 11 Tester Sundav I A social game off at the home Saturdayanight a goodti me judg I ing by reports otMalaga visited their cousins Har neon Phoeba and Maggie Burch field Saturday and Sunday W H Taylor and Harrison Tat ketthave taken a contract to ashytikhgellwitathe work I Muse Caroline Taylor one oTthe belles of this place wvfi has been down with typhoic feypr tor somu time woe out Saturday looking better than usual While there has been o8ofI whiskey in this section for th past week everything is contlnn ling quiet and wre think the elec trod gill go off quiet JP Tackett and wife who ave been gone to Carter county for the past tOE t returned Sunday They stayed with JX B Center olI your town Saturday sight pro R1S Halsey wasee qAgo jug in the direction of Simpapn Breathitt c6Uhty Sunday He jv88 accompanUji by RphnGoi +Cap t I Otis Kaeti Itseems that Mane can t keep away From thaE place PrpfJS Tester whoiis teaqh jpg the Blnrphy school tbk hi piIptloto the HuVsl school las Friday arid from all reports it seems that the visit was worthy a great deal to the children of both districts Nov 1 MON A o o ItEXIE visitingStovi J Janice Tibs and family visited on this creek from Saturday until Monday Mra Angel ine James of Hazel AsburyJames W C Trimble and family were guests of Mr and Mrs Jell Cruev Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs 1 IP Rose of near Hazel Gree i were guests of W S J Trimble and family Sunday after noon i Mrs Newton Childers of Still 1 water was a guest of her sister placefirst It- Ed Smith and family and Curtis t pleasautSundayCharleySample J C Trimble who has been at- Lexington for the past six weeks- came i in home Monday but will go back in a few dllsIMissep Laura and Stanley Ma loney of Stillwater visited their uncle Nnwtoi Mnlouey and fum j ily Saturday and Sunday Mrs Angeline Little who has been visiting friends and relatives in Meuifee county for the past two weeks returned home Monday Mort and Roscce Wilson and f Misses Emma and Ethel Oldfield of Grassy passed through here en route to Mrs Lizzie Millers on Stiilwatfer A bean hulling came off at the CrueySaturdaywas present and all had an enjoy able time Sheffie James Mr and Mrs C F Kasn and eon Carl and James P Lacy and daughter Ciemma t all of Hazel Green spent Sunday at the home of W S Trimble Nov 1 BERTIE Many school children suffer from constipation which is often the cause of seeming stupidity at les I andLiver I to give a child for they are mild and gentle in their effect and will constipationSold SANDFIELD Miss Alice NVjlIs wasa guestof Nancy Catrou Friday ifight A large crowd frojn this place attended meeting at Sulphur last SundayWill Hollon and family visited famHySaturaay MrsSue XykiurO Cagtjel City visited friends and relatives here- a few daysrecently i Rev Bill Yocum will begin a placeFridayMiss Nannie Stamper was a guest of her aunt Mrs Mary Stamper Saturday and Sunday Garland Dennis aril chil fdren of Fair Grange11ltW via ItingfriendYahd relatives at this placeNov 1 SCRIBE Mox A j tLoJI + J a CASTLRtA I For Iaf tits ua CMlirja till Klan Yill Naea Lrti f IIBum the Signature of MIZE ofeMiss Ethell Cecil Saturday night Misses Dora and Myrtle Arpett were guests of Miss Junie Jackson Sunday D S Jacksonghee been very ill for the pasttwoweeke but is im proving at this wrong Mrs Curtis Oldfield sad chil dren who have beeu visitjng Jas Little for the past month left for Thursdays whotOklahoma returned home last week much pleased with their trip A spelling ben and ball game TIGdWIntwin chapel public schools The Mize school was victorious in both Another contest iis planned for Friday November 12 at Miae Nor I BLUE BEU t 1 S Nevada BattleBorn By Hoi FnuUt R Hercrosi Chief Justice Sipreme Court of Nevada From the November Scrap Book No one ever pretended that Ne vada was admitted for auy other reason thauraBawarweasuraNe vada stands alone as the only territory in the union that had state hood thrust upon her It meant something tJQALb + pen pie of Nevada in IBM to assume the heavy burdens of statehood alluringbutconstitutionvote When the real purpose of statehood was better understood action of a second coistitu tional convention was promptly ratified So great was then deemed the necessity for haste that the ponsti tutiou was telegraphed to Washington at an expense to theb state for theonediepatchofoyYrg400 Nevada lived up to her IQutto All for our Country Sh turn eda stream of gold aud silvwc jnto the coffers of the nation that made it easy to maintain her credit nd besides she practically was com pelled to assume the dbfeiisg of her own domain from warring Indian tribes The general government still pearlyhalfprotecting her people from the wards of the government and in raising and equipping soldiers for the union army Someday prob ably the nation that had had the real benefit of the hundreds of millions of dollars which the mines of Nevada have produced will pay this honest debt iCroup is most prevalent during the dry cold weather of the early winter months Parents of young children should be prepared for it t- All that is needed is I bottleof Chamberlains Cough Remedy1 Many mothers are never without iit in their homes and it has never disappointed them Sold by all dealers SWORD OP3U3TICBAlfQS OVER THE NlGHfilODWtB n Iff Magaziie Article Executive Defo LJecerFor DEPLORES LAWLESSNESS 9tfhegcrapimportant paper on The People and Their Law Taking up the cudgels for his native state ha says in pert 10 t ItI am entirely safe iu spying that there is no issue in Kentucky upon the question of llaw and or der that the sentiment of the state is strong earnest faith ul upholding The disorders in Ktutuckyy on tinned under the secret operation of the men who had a money in terest in contiuniug thair unlaw ful and pimitaji p9werai for near ly a year butjinally the reign of fear in thousands of homes bas come to an end at lean fpr the present and I trust in our people and believe that there can be no serious renewal elf the tr9ula- The nightTidera elpt for j fYfortwoed but no statute of limitation protects them andover aUspf them hangs the sword of justice of the peoples law I The oldold story told times without number and repeatedover and Qver agaip fpr Jlt tt3Qti6- years but it is always a welcome gfteaithTherej that cures coughand colds Jta ChamberlaiyaoughRemedy CUJ xlttt The remarkable spectaola wastpresented thus week in the Grant Circuit court of a suit in equity over a disputed bouudaryliua ibe amount involved being lass than a rod of land the valaatiou oLwfaich Walt less than BIX and tbrejQrf ourtha cents Both parties totthe suit aca welltordo farmers owpjng hundreds of acres of landl and woith thousands of dollars Auother pe cnliar feature of the cape U that both litigants married istera Tbe hupdreda 1 rs aIY ti tT b 1 THEHE1ALD see sou Entered ttiie Hniel Oren Pot oMceassecond clamatterpi SPENCER COOPER Editor I I HAZEL GREEN KY d THURSDAY Nov 4 1909 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY KASII Commonwealths Attorney 1 R HOLLOS Clerk Meets third Monday in January firstl Monday in slay third Monday in Septem ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge O U STAMPER County Attorney ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October MAGISTRATES COURT District o lC M Fallen third Friday in March June teptemoer and Decem ber District No 2Robert Crooks fourth Fri day in February May August and No vember District No 3S F Allen second Jriday in February May August and November District No IP It Leg first Friday iin March May August and November District No5T C llollon second Friday i in March June September and December District No 6Roy Hurst third Friday iii ill February May August and November District loB T Helton fourth Fri 1 cember day in March June September and IDe District No FJ M Lovelace first Fri day in February May August and November DATE of our issue precludes the possibility of giving anything like a close estimate of the result iin political races However wo think o thu entire Democratic ticket in the county is elected and it appea that J W Perry fusion candidate for the Legislature has won by a small majority In the Judici race the wish may be father toed the thought but we honestly believe Adams for circuit judge and Kash for commonwealths attorney have won by reduced majorities The sending of troops to three Breathitt county precincts may have acted as a boomerang for the Republican candidates cit may have been the meaas of getting out the Republican vote i where they were supposed to have been intimidated Change of vot ing precinct lines looked like chi canery on the part of the Democratic managers and if it has re salted in a majority for tho Republican t aspirants then the au thors of the change are responsible There was much booze and boodle used all over the district but if voters behaved at all places as they did here neither of the election elements cut any figure The election here was a very qui affair and if more than two or three could have been denominated aa drunk we failed to hear of the case Whatever the result we hope it will redound to the interest the people RETROSPECTION The bestanswer we can make to the Breathitt County News of la week in which we were given a s publicsh f ed some years since when tho edii tor of that paper with two oth brothers deserted the party We especially recommend t the perusal of an editorial beginning Judas Iscariot which coy ers their political history andI t then there are two other articles c copied from the Jackson Hustler i jeweliof ty as compared to the three o brothers of our neighboring county Breathitt Benedict Arnold was a patrioticr themselves in pride and Simon i Gertys name should be held int eacred remembrance by every loyal Kentuckian in the world wherever his habitation Personally the three Hacinafcova are without guile so far as we knofcybut politically they Are as the stenchof a rotting carcass to olfactory organs jof decent people In another place yte publish A Disappointed Coni BolterL re fpectiv y are from L tile editorial columns ol the flcfcr I Hustler Read them both and if their characters as there pie tured are not typee of the illustrious in treachery we have named and then with us you can wonder if like the first ot our trioll theywill not each go forth in I shame and fall down and burst I of his belly Editorial in Hazel I Green Herald October 17 1901 The Bolters j The bolters or as they term itj1 the fusionists of this county are j headed by J Wise Hagins D F Jagins and A L Hagius These t three brothers now hold the re spective offices of county judge circuit court clerk and county su t perintendent to which they were t elected by Democrats They haveI been singularly honored by the i Democratic party perhaps beyond their deserts I In 1S9G the elder brother wasI I elected clerk of the Breathitt coun ty court over George H Patric bva small majority yet Patrick j did not quit his party but hasi 1 ever since continued a consistent Democrat and will support the present Democratic nominees att the approaching election Four years later he was reelected without opposition In 1S9SJ he was9 a candidate for the nomination for reelection and was opposed by W B Cardwell whom he defeated But Cardwell continued a Demo crat and will support the Demo cratic nominees In 1897 he wa a candidate for the Democratic nomination for county jjudge against Hon G S Miller whom he detested by a narrow margin Judge Miller is still u Democrat the present efficient chairman of the Democratic county committee- In 1892 the younger brother tL L Hagins and S S Taulbee were candidates for circuit court clerk Hagins was nominated by a bare majority but Taulbee continued a Democrat In 1897 he was re nominated and reelected without opposition The same primary iin which these brothers were nominated ii for county judge and circu court clerk their other brother- S D F IIugins the present bolting candidate for county superintendent and H B Noble were opposing candidates for the nomination ulfor that office The former receive upon the face of the returns a majority of fur votes and was decided the nominee and elected without opposition Mr Noble although defeated continued a Democrat Thus we had three brothers elected to three of the most lucrative offices in the county at the same timer This year Judge Hagins stillI professing to be a Democrat was a candidate for renomination f county judge while his brother D F Hagius playing the same role was a candidate for renomii nation for county superintendent They were both defeated and they and their family bolt Defeat and disappointment are good enough for any one else but they are too bad for them 1They and their brother have heldoffice in Breathitt county for thirty years at the hands of the Democratic party During this time the Democratic party passed I through troublesome days We had the Goebel election law with priliceti ples the party the contests for state offices against which many Democrats revolted But this triumvirate indorsed all1 these and would have indorsed as forftheir indorsement been willing to have continued the whole Hagins family iu office This it was 11 willing to do for life tenure i office is inconsistent with the doc trines of true Democracy If these pressent they have heretofore defeated for office they would conclude in the words of the poet erCould thou in vision see meantisThe man thou art content Jackson Hustler A Disappointed Constituency After having been retained in office for fifteen consecutive yen by the Democratic party an Iwo seldom achieved in a county whe qualified and ambitious young menu abound and falling iu an effort flor another four years the Hou J Wise Hagins deserted the party in which he tad been nurturedand red and went into the Republican camp His many friends who had followed him and had supported him in all his races were natural surprised at this course Tb had reason to expect and did ex peer horror things from him For one ought to boar the disappoiut meats of defeat as gracefully as he wears the laurbls of victory But the surprise of his friends reached its limits when it was learned that he had carried his disappowtnieutB on the bench The statutes pr vide that the county shall be le rJ preIIcinctsj this statute Judge Hagins had divided j the county into the neces l precinctIi voters Everybody was satisfied j with them No complaints were heard save now and then a croak from a disgruntled Republican The first county court succeeding jibeprimary election in which thoc judge and his brother were don fuated in theircundiducy for coun ij I y judge and county superintend ent respectively and in which th Republicans hid no part he a the instance of the triumvirate of the Republican party in the counts made an order materially chang P ing the boundaries of four of theI election precincts that he himself I had made and that too without a petition or complaint from any changek of hisI friends that this was but the ebul1I tion of disappointments That he would not nurse his wrath That irate passion would give way I to sober reason But the expectations of his friends were disap pointed when at the last hour had notices of the changes heII j In this he has effected no one t his friends It is immaterial to Democrats at what precinct they vote for wherever they vote they will vote rile Democratic tickets As we have said before all theyj need slid all they want IS an lion est ballot a free vote und a fair count These changes will not in the least effect the Democratic vote but they will yet effect the conscience of Judge Hagins who hoe allays been an honorable and upright gentleman The Ropubh can party has no place for him After they have played upon his prejudices and used him they will cost him from them as something unchosen He willet conclude in the language of Solomon that it is better to lhe a living dog yeithis way His conscience will yet assert itself and when it does i will bite like a serpent and stir like an adder He will yet con elude that hn would rather he a living dog and wear a Dunicratic collar than he the concuss ofa dead lion buffeted about in the Republican campJackson Hustler i TUB incnesterI W I WINCHESTER KY x N H UniiKKtrtioNPrm or1Y1trueRCarhierPaid Up Capital S10OOOOOO Undivided IrolilN I O000UO Handsome JJepoitlt o- flI6over I 900000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus J iness men geueruUythroughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its custom ers every facility und thtruostliberal legitimatebanking GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the mo reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burial when patronageli is respectfully 25tf GEO RICE 60 YEARSI I I I TRADE MARKSII DESIGNSII Anyone sending a sketch and description may Quickly ascertain our opinion free whether aJ- JInyeuD Is probably piuentabto Commnnlca tlaiuwrictlrconadentlal HANDBOOK on PlentItent free Oldest agency Joitsecunnopalesls receiver8mericaaer0A handsomely Illustrated weekly Jjirecst drrelation of any pclentlflc Journal Terms aS3 year four months L Sold bJ all newsdealer MUNN O gaa New Yorl- 8nD vmce Co PrompUf obtained orno fee Write fbroui TmSonRyWe0V j ppdjnelpinrcntontoanccltMdend I aad we scad IMMEDIATE FREE REPORT ON PATS sa wed st IPatentI JdJ I FARMSFOR SALE S2 acres well improved copd productive and grazing lands Trice 50 per acre 200 acres In Bath county well improved I well watered and will produce anything Price t80 per acre t D8 12 acres near Howaids Mill thitt good dwelling well watered early all tobacco and corn ground Price5 per acre Ii5 acres well improved in good neigh Priceett- acret t 240 acres well improved and one of the best farms in the county Will raise t anything and call be bought for l2o t ItWi197 lJ acres at 100 per acre 100 acres ut90 peracre rlii acres at 7250 as good t as can be found for tobacco or corn ItfarmItj Also many residences in this city and j in the suburbs This city has two nice I j school the largest cattle market in the world and is the best town in the bluegrass sectionII I Now is the time to buy Land will go 10 per cent higher within I the next twelve o onthsII wa oFFro WOODi i REAL ESTATE iI MT STERLING KYI fFARM FOR SALE fl Farm of 200 acres more or less lying on the waters of Lacy creek known as the Cruey ffirm All fenced and enlse fenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared lund in brass Large orchard over lasting fine water 5rootu dwell lug house hulls and porches also thirtyflays this farm offered at bargain Possession given Janu porticogK No 1 Rardiu Ill FARM FOR SALE u Not 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 front Ezel for sale The farm consists of about GO acres in grass balance in culti- vatIon and timber Uood 5 roon 1 dwelling with all necessary out buildings fine water good orchard etc Fcr terms and all other inr formation call on or address R D i MOTLEY Ezel Ky I talB 0oDDoItunitg e I offer for sale my residence consist ing of seven ronm cottage good lot and garden and outbuildigs One of the most desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and generalre pair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being fur wished with a complete outfit of tools andstock of materials and supplies al machineryWillseparatelyFor QddressetMarch 11 Hazel Green Ky AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TOLEDOTIlE BLADE I TOLEDO OHIO Newspaper CIRCULATION 200000 Popular in Every State uislencefinds Itismillion people Us field is not circum illolvesthem clailag paper in the country familynewspaper Ameslean iuterestothis purpose it is kept clean andwholesome The news of the world is handled in a com departments painstaking light to the women and children current rrlludice e t ililIOncrnpbookurns are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons n medium tor the ex i fartopicstvry future is taken care ofwith the idea I thepriceyearSampleTHE BLADE Toledo Ohio 4 XORE4I-o T64 Kist YpI Hgiq triton i r J s Ov V J ttt BEGINNING 1 Igoo FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 Iiandicontinuing one week Jt T I have jest received my Fall Goods of Millinery I Dry Hoods and Notions Full line of Cloaks o Skirts etc Everything uptodate Call and see 1 211- ilil UPSTAIRS FRONT ROOM CECIL BROS STORE 1 i MISS FALAY 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is annoyingtij untidy And mostly because the it lmost invariably leads to I I baldness Cure it and save the your hair Get more too at be the same time All easily doneTI with Ayers Hair Vigor newfimproved formula Stop this formation of dandruff i IevDoes not change the color of the hair thewith sack bottl 7170rmula aibyou him aunt It oo M LqT- he new Ayers Hair Vigor will certainly to do this work because first of all it de stroys the germs which are the original cause of dandruff Hiving given this aid nature completes the cure The scalp is restored to a perfectly healthy condition Kid by the J C Ay r Co Lowell Mu THE HERALD Some industrious man can get aM1 good job repairing fence by applying to this office a tblDr J H Stamper who has been in the west for nearly a year came home Saturday to be in time to vote the Democratic ticKetfc Children Cry I FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Mrs Courtney Barker of Gras BV has the thanks of the editor gland his better sevan eighths for some very splendid eating apples Butler Razor our colored friend of Daysboro last week presented the editor and his better sevenV eighths with some extra nice eat ing apples Wash Hollon who has been visiting his brothers J B and Doc Hollonin and nearby Hazel Green i is now on Frozen with his family visiting other reativesvFor SaleTwo of the Pieratt cottages for less than the lumber and lot can be bought One acreI in each lot five rooms in each house Apply at this office For Sale 030 fine select oakd trees within 4 miles of Cannel City and one mile of Licking river Call on my partner L C Patrick Lykins Ky B F MCCLURE Miss Nanny Brewer of Laurel who lived with the editor and hists better seveneighths some months a last spring after a protracted vis I it to her home and relatives onI Grassy creek is again with us for 1 all time The town election resulted a follows GW Wheeler R police judge Jos A Rose R town mart shal Taylor Whaley R Q C Daniel D W C Coldiron D Henry Cecil D W B Johnson D trustees Grant Lacy who has been visit ing here sinc3 before the election 1 left Wednesday for Rose Hill Va I where he has been clerking for a year past in the store of J B Mc Lin d Sons He is very wellI pleased with his position and theII c social surroundings and came home I only to vote i j Now that election is over an quiet once more reigns we hope all our correspondents will come forward with gooa newsy letters each week and send them in on i time Eliminate all visits of neighbors I among each other but when i distanit are visiting in your neighborh lj state who they are and where from Lee Caskey and wife of Grassy creek after an absence of abouttwo months returned home Saturday last and to say they were delighted I with the trip would hardly express the joy they seemed to feell During the outing they visited re 1 atives and friends in Iowa Mis souriand Oklahoma the majority being Kentuckians who formerlyl lived here Mr Caskey and WI Were not only pleased with the hospitality of the people but delighted 7 with the country as wellI iand report that all the exKen are doing well tl1PCkiA8 Ir tn sr The Dual Bazaar At a recent meeting of the La year Aid Society the ladies voted I hold their annual bazaar the proceeds to be divided into three j jifo parts equally between the Chris i and Methodist churches and Rev Cemetery Association A new feature will be added to affair in that refreshments will servedat early dinner time ing sale of donations and serving ice cream will take place in the We remember with gratitude cheerfulness with whichour friends gave last year and feel of sure the people of Hazel Green the and vicinity will make liberal gifts to our committee this year for this worthy cause- Following are the names of the soliciting committee and all donations pieI handed them will begrate Jj fully received Mrs George W Wheeler Mrs M O Carter Mrs Roscoe Shackelford Miss Nanc j 700 Sample Mrs 1r V Roberts and rs F N Day The bazaar will held on or about December 11 1909 in J T Days vacant store corner Main and Broadwayli Has Just Recovered losend2 I dont know your rates but keep in your columns for 18 months I am just convalescing from a six weeks illness from fe ver I take your paper or m wife does and we are anxious to THE HERALD it is like a letter from our many friends in Wolfe and Morgan So our best wishes for the success of your paper and the prosperity and happiness of family RespectfullyB Oct 28 Little Rock Ky Sympathizes With Yon The papers of the large cities are all right if you want them but ii- ie your own home paper that ad your churches your nu mer us societies sympathizes withlingi you in your afflictions and rejoices with you in your prosperity In short it is the local paper that mentions the thousand and one things in which you are interested by the year and do not find iin1Wltf papers of large cities Very many complaints are made to us about the condition of th sidewalks in town In several j places the panks are broken iin or one end only fastened arid pedestrian has to be careful lest injuryIare afraid to venture down towni lest they get crippled through thei condition of the walks The town ones en and have these walks repaired or j town will be sued for damages i sooner or later Attend to this a once Uncle Jim Lacy of Lacy creek came down Tuesday to vote the Democratic ticket which has bee i a lifetime custom and called to pay his respects to THE HERALD staff He was one among the very first who subscribed for the paper J and since its initial issue has ben j a permanent patron In speaking of it Tuesday he said he would t always be in line to support it i a fact that we highly appreciated Two of our oldest citizens andI both too feeble to walk to polls Tuesday were conveyed in a buggy and cast their ballots for the Democratic nominees Uncle Jim Little and Jordan Wills are the gentlemen referred to cud if all Democrats wore as loyal the party would never be in jeopardy Kills Her Foe ef 20 Years The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan ofHaynesvilleMe- was dyspepsia I suffered inteuae ly after eating or drinking a- l could scarcely sleep After many remedies had failed and several doctors gnus me up I tried Elecr trio Bitters which cured me colD pleleIyT lf JW I can eat anything J am 70 years old and am overjoy fad to get my heath and strength back again For indigestion loss of appetite kidney trouble la back female complaints its un equaled Only 60c at all deals ri mr JN M z yakt Hazel Green Academy began the 190910 with the heaviest en rollment in the history cf the school ProspBcts art excellent r a pleasant and profitable years work The new principal is the J Wesley Hatcher He be UIlUgI charge at the beginning of the term Prof M 0 Carter was chcsen acttlprincipal The citizens of Hazel j Green are considering the pur chase of a farm to be used by the of Christian Womens Board of Missions as a means of furnishing employment to an additional number I students who may wish to enter school and have not the means pay tuition Southern School Journal OU Fellows Day at Elmore on Wednesday October 27 the peoVi of Johnson fork of Licking tiThet grand rally and dinner The crowd betweenyand 800 The first thing inporder was a march by the Odd Fellows and 78 members of the order were in line Then came i addresses by several of the mem bers the principal one being de ii- vered by Calloway Cooper who spoke upon the Order of Odd Fel ws what it meant to him and what it ought to mean to every member of the order Then came the great feast of good things a in which had been prepared by the wives daughters and sisters of the ityin was limply justice to is ex pressing it but meagerly All present enjoyed themselves to their heart content and are anxiously awaiting the next opportunity to meet the kind people of Elmore and vicinity ONE Wno WAS THEUE Valuable Piece of Furniture When Sherman Wills of Sessers learn that the old bed which ret publico fotr five dollars is almost worth its weighs gold he will sit up and i take uotice A Murry a travel salesman from Chicago two weeks ago purchased the very odd appearing bed from Willis The bed was once owned by John A LogtyaTwhile he was a resident ot Beutou in 1853 and it was used Mr Logan until he went thIt was made especially for hits and it is of solid walnut The weight is 400 pounds and it ii- ti is massive piece of furniture The arebedIposts are square and eight feet high The side rails are ten inches wide and two ard onehalf inches thick The bed was made entirely by hand a machinery for that class of wor was not then in use Mr Murry purchased the bed for 5 but expects torealize not less than 1500 j from his purchase It is known that Abraham Lincoln and Steph A Douglas have slept on the l bed and this goes to add value to itMarlOn Ill Press tNewEducational Bill Important dhanges in the present l is school laws of Kentucky is to be presented to the legislature a waneI j prepared by the Kentucky Educar tional Commission and while the bill has not been completed a trough draft of it has been made t The bill replaces the present StateI Board of Education and provides for general supervision of finances i and the preparation of examiua 1 tion questions The State Super I I inieudeut of Public Instruction is given much larger powers As to the county superintendents the bill will pre vide that they must devote their whole time to thei heduties and their salaries are to 00I increased w r FURSIlls w seta w1Fp llMCT Tallow BMCWU dawrnc loW 11TtR00t MavAwt- Wad OiMH Nut Ws us oIe4Jenl wubbW h l8J6Orw UUtMtwyii LouiniV wd wdINW to rw Ihu sya mmmiri arrlwaM RJmc ur Bamk iia Loauiifc Writ or wail pliatrPI tiresu211 LItarMSt 1IVJUE1rl inTrANTED SUCCESS MAGAZINE W wants an energetic and regponsible man or woman in Wolfe ooaatj to col lect for renewels mad solicit new sub Icriptions during full or spare time Es perience unnecessary Any one caa start siptscesandbuilmd up a paying and permanent buineil without capital Cornpl ate outfit and1 jugructioar YJU Address eII pJiBB BOOB W ue M1 f4i Ii TOft OU o KENTUCKY KERNELS I I Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled It is reported that within a radius of 100 miles of Greenup 1JOOO barrels of sorghum were raised this year Green county alone is said to have made i barrelsii Postoflice inspectors are investigating disappearance in the mail of warehouse receipts for 500 barrels of whiskey belonging to the Old Darling distillery I Carroll couuty The work of rebuilding the monument marking the grave of Daniel Boone was begun in the Stile cemetery at Frankfurt The panels for the monument were made in Cincinnati Craw the red light district of Frankfort has had another killing Albert Harris a Tennessee neero was advancing another negro with an open knife he was shot and killed Berry Simpson and others now doing ime in the Frankfurt penitentiary for murder of Deputy U S Marshal John Mullins at Steuins are making an effort to appeal their cases to the su reme court Mrs Florence Maybrick who in visit iting the prisons of the country to pros ecute her life work of prison reforms inspected ths Frankfort penitentiary and stated that there was still much room for improvement Says the Allen County Times Tandy Pruitt of the Halfway country killed crow last week which is quite a freak the crow line It is a well developed bird and just like all other crows except its color which is a pure white At a meeting of the Goebel Monument and Executive committee held in Frankfort last week it was decided to hold the formal unveiling and dedicatory services on February 3 1910 the tenth anniver sary of the burial of Governor Goebcl Eugene Hates a negro who two years ago killed Policeman Cannon in Louisville leaf week surrendered himself to the county jailer It iis claimed Bates hot Cannon from ambush but he refuses talk about the crime and asks for a speedy trial John C Riiberto who was recently convicted at Louisville for counterfeiting and sentenced to six years in the penitentiary was indicted for tilt same offense on four counts in the Federal court at Covington As soon as his term expires he will be taken there for trial A party of neighbors searching for George Boaley a Marion county farmer who had been missing for a week found is dead body in the woods guarded by a faithful dog Although the animal was weak from hunger be would not leave I the side of his master and kept up a fight toekeep them off Herbert Meredith of Greenville in order that innocent women may be pro tected and future generations spared the sine of their fathers is to urge upon the passagekapplying for a license to marry shall sub mit himself to a physical examination by a competent physician Deafness Cannot be Cored by local application as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to ours deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness ic used by an inflamed condition of the mucous lin ing of the Eustachian tube When this tube inflamed you have a rumbling sound or entirelytclosed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out ol are caused by catarrh which is noth ing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surface We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halts CatarrhI Cure Send for circular free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c I Take Halls Family Sills for constipation Grand Half Price Offer rThe TwiceaWeek leans of the St Louis GlobeDemocrat is being offered for a limited time at just onehalf its regular low price Subscribers sending in their orders promptly can now secure this great semiweekly newspaper and home journal two years for one dollar or in clubs of two or more rne year for fifty cents The Globe Democrat is Republican in politics and is universally conceded to bone of the few really great American newspapers The two issues each week give all the news of all the earth for that week so edited1 and arranged as to form a com plete current history of the world Its market reports are full and1 correct in every detail Its many special features each and all the best of their kind make it inter eating and invaluable to every member of the family You can not afford to ignore this unpre oedeuted opportunity Send your subscription or a club of subsorip tion today cr write for free sam PrintinrCo St Loiii Mo J l CASTORII ForInfants and Children The Kind You Have Always Boughtrr Bears the- Signature ofii In Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA rna ClElITaua aNMNY NW fta CITY CECIL BROS Dealers in General Merchandises Country Produce etc Our roll old Winter Sto k 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 TO i SILKS AND SATEENS at 100 PER YARD OUR NOTION DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE We have ale added a nice line o- fZIEY CATStoyou warm You can ale find Trunks andl Suit Cases to suit you Dont fail to call and see as I THE NEXT SESSION G F 1 AZELGREEN ACADEMY WILL BEGIN TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 f Hash JohnsonKashDEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people 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 tLc and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and qualty for WOMEN AND MEN and sell them at the lowest margin of root All ShieldBrand Clothing and Sbos 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 1eu KURt JOHNSON K I 1 1 p r 0 I tt r + N a s o r rt F or V k Is n j 11t Fivei Years jo j of Heart Trouble Cured by Dr Miles Heart Remedy i Before I began taking Dr j Miles Heart Remedy I had been suffering from heart trouble for over five years I had pains in my left side and under my j shoulder blade could not sleep on the left side and was so short i j of breath the least exertion I would bring on the most distressI ing palpitation I had scarcely taken a half bottle of the Heart i Remedy before I could see a marked change in my condition tWbao I had taken six bottles IIwas curedIMRS C C GORKEY Northfield Va If there is fluttering or palpi tation it is an indication of a weakness of the nerves and mus cles of tire heart It is not neces sarily diseasedjust weak from overwork The heart may be weak just the same as the eyesII stomach or other organs can make a weak heart strong by taking Dr Miles Heart Rem edy Get a bottle from your druggist take it according to di rections and if it does not bene fit he will return your money 300000 IN CASH PRIZES TO AGENTS OF T1E WEEKLY ENQUIRER OF 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With Copy right Act Copyright In Hex t ieo Under Laws of the Republic + of Mexico All Rights Reserved TORMS now came up with such S force and frequency that It was not safe to venture out In kay aks A few walruses were captured from boats then sea hunting was conflnod to the quest of seal through the young Ice A similar quest was being followed at every village from Annootok to Cape York But all sea activity would SCENE AT THE NORTH POLE BY COOKS now soon be limited to a few open spaces near prominent headlands The scene of the real hunt changed from the sea to the land We had as yet no caribou meat The little auks gathered In nets during the summer and elder duck bagged later disap peared fast when used pa steady diet We must procure hare ptarmigan and reindeer for we had not yet learned to eat with a relish the fishy liverliko substance which is characteristic oj all marine mammals Guns and ammunition were distributed and when the winds were easy enough to allow one to venture out every man sought the neighboring hills Francke also took his exercise with a gun on his shoulder The combined results gave a long line of ptarmigan two reindeer and sixteen hares As snow covered the upper slopes the game was forced couldystill hope to the early part of the night No Anxiety For Winter andygood prospects for other tasty we were spared the usual anxiety of a winter without winter supplies and Francke was just the noon to use this game to good offset for ha had a way of preparing our primitive pro visions that made our dinners seem equal to a Holland House spread In the middle of October foxsklns were prime and then new steel traps were distributed and set near the many caches By this time the Eskimo had all abandoned their sealskin tents and were snugly settled In their winter Igloos The ground was covered with snow the sea was nearly frozen over everywhere Everybody was busy preparing for the coming cold and nIght the tow perature was about 20 degrees below zero Severe storms were becoming less frequent and the air though colder Will less humid and less disa greeable Aa ice fort was formed and the winter sledging was begun by short excursions to bait tfiP fpx traps and gather the foxes AH these pursuits with the work of betiding and repairing sleds making dog harness and shaping new winter clothing kept uo a lively Interest while the great crust which was to bold down the unruly deep for fro many months thickened and closed LstGlmpso of the Dying Day During the last days of brief sun shine the weather cleared and at noon on Oct 24 everybody sought the freedom of the open for a last glimpse of the dying day There was a charm of color and glitter but no one seem ed quite happy as the sun sank under tbs southern Ice for it was not to rise again for 18 days TleEikilllos tools this as a signal to enter a trance of sadness in which the bereavement of each family and the discomforts of the year are enact Ptl in dramatic chants or dances Thin to us the sunset of 1907 was In spiration for the final work In directing the shaping of the outfit with which to begin the conquest of the pole at sunrise of 1008 Most expedi fibsliberalimple private fund We were denied both favors Put we were not Incutobered TItb 1 fafgft pt jnjafite tfejd t 7 kone I Ii d b + + + +i i+ ii i of the Pole I Fading Sun Warns Ex plorer of Coming Long iArctic Winter Prepar + ing Sled and Boat J10 FOURTH ARTICLE of ++ + + + + + + 8 + dreamers nor was the project handi capped by the usual army of novice for white men at best must be regard ed as amateurs compared with the ex pert efficiency of the Eskimo In his own environment Our food supply contained only the prime factors of primitive nourishment Special roods and laboratory concoctions did not till an Important space In our larder I PHOTOGRAPHED DR and Nor had we balloons automobiles motor sleds or other freak devices We did however have an abundance of the best hickory suitable metal and all the raw material for the sled and its accessories which were henceforth to be linked with our destiny The sled was evolved as the result of careful study of local environment and of the anticipated ice surface northward We did not copy the Mc Cllntock sled with its wide runners which has been used by most explor ers for fifty years Nor did we aban don the old fashioned iron shoes for German sliver strips What a Polar Sled Should Be jjThe conditions which a polar sled must meet are too complex to outline I here In a broad sense it seemed that the best qualities of the best wood Yukon sled could be combined with Jhe local fitness of the Eskimo craft with tough hickory tibet and sealskin lashings to make elastic joints With plenty of natlvi ingenuity to foresee t POLAR BEAR AND ESKIMO DO And provide for the strain of adaptabil ity and endurance the possibilities of our sled factory were very good For dog harness tho Eskimo pattern was adopted but canine economy Is such that when rations are reduced to workable limits the leather strips dis appear as food To overcome this dis aster the shoulder straps were made of folds of strong canvas while the traces were cut from cotton log line TV boat is an important adjunct to hopesiation It is a matter of necessity even when following the new coast line as is shown by the mishap of Myilus Erickson for If he had had a boat he would himself have returned to tell the story of the Danish expedition to past Greenland Need for a boat comes with the changed conditions of the advancing season Things moat be carried for Iifr fceverai months for a change use id the last stages of the return but since food supplies are necessarily limited delay Is fatal Therefore when open water prevents progress a boat becomes in the nature of a life pre serverFoolish indeed Is the explorer who I ignores this detail of the problem I Transport of a boat however offers I many serious Directions Xarsen introduced the kayak and most explorers i since have adopted the same device The Eskimo canoe serves the purpose very well but to carry It for three months without hopeless destruc tion requires au amount of energy which stamps the polar verge with failure Selecting a Bout Sectional boats aluminium boats skin floats and other devices huv been I tried but to all there Is the same fatal objection of imposslbl transportation It seems rather odd that the ordinary folding canvas boat has not been press ed Into this service We found It to lit the situation exactly selecting a twelve font Eureka shaped boat with wooden frame The slats spreaders and floor pieces were utilized as parts of skis The canvas cover served as a tloor cloth for our sleeping bags Tints the boat did useful service for a hundred days and was never In evidence as a cumber some device sprrortIIt we camped In it we sought game Iin meat of which took the place of exhausted supplies Without It we too would nor have returned Preparation of the staple food sup I ply Is of even greater Importance than means of locomotion To the success of a prolonged arctic enterprise In transit successive experience is bound to dictate a wise choice of equipment but it does not often educate the stomachFrom I arcII n satisfactory menu or explor I ers and I hasten to add that perhaps lour experience will be equally unsatisfactory to subsequent victimsI Nor is It safe to listen to scientific t advice for the stomach is the one or I tbeIand passion and will not easily yield to foreign dictates The problem differs with every man I It duffer with every expedition and It Is radically different with every na tion Thus when De Gerlache forced Norwegian food into French stoirucbs he learned that there was a nationality in gastronomies Depending on Eskimo Food In this respect as in others I was helped very much by the people who were to line up my forces The Eski mo Is ever hungry but his taste is normal Things of doubtful value in nutrition form no part In his dietary Animal food meat and fat is entirely satisfactory as a steady diet without other adjuncts Ills food requires net ther salt nor sugar nor is Booking a matter of necessity Quantity Is important but quality applies only to the relative proportion of fat With this key to the gastro nomies of our lockers peimulcaii was selected as the staple food which also served equally well for the dogs We had au ample supply of peep mlcan made by ArmOr of pounded dried beef sprinkled with a few raisins some currants and a small quantity of sugar This mixture wan I I I v I G ON THE JOHN R NNADLBY cemented together with heated beef tallow and run into tin cans containing six pounds each I This combination was Invented by an American Indian It bas been before as part of the long list of usedIII stuffs In arctic products but it was the whole bill of fare when away from game haunts Only a few palate surprises were carried and these will be Indicated In the narrative of camp life The entire busybannsCaucasian Ingenuity In working out the clothing and camp comforts with out which we could not invade tha forbidden mystery of the polar basin Although we did not follow closely either the routes or methods of our predecessors we are nevertheless don Uly Indebted fQ them for their experience Including their failures were pur stepping stones to racceaa IA Ift Ji Womans Friend 4N e Nearly all women suffer at times from female ailments Some women suffer more acutely and more constantly than others But whether you have little pain or whether you suffer intensely you f should take Wine of Cardui and get relief Cardui is a safe natural medicine for women prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable in gredients It acts easily on the female organs andA gives strength and tone to the whole system TAKE CAwaRDI Ut 1 The Womans Tonic ilrs Verna Wallace of Sanger Tex trice Cardui She writes Curdui has done more for me than I can describe Last spring I was taken with female inflammation and consulted doctor but to s no avail so 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