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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r o phyYy t i S THE AZEI I llERALDi6iI ill o Eutabli h dMarch4ril885 Made FamoFlathStory ofJoaathaaamdEtaOoatfaeatbyMaxORell 0 ti t tf0E8o rust Dc o CrTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in Via Kentucky Mountains 1 100 a Year in Advanclr =TWENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTYr KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 11 1909 NUMBER 20 Yi uwaysufiae Table In Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND No3 NoS STATIONS I IIolex Dailyaudl Sunday i Sunday Sunday i only AMLvePMLve AMLve 6 10 an 2 20 pm 7UUam- OdgJunct laebon 6 161w = 25 pm 7ll5 am Je 7 07 am a 20 pm 754 am I JtanTTe 3 41 815 am730 am pm Torrent Bride 7 45 am 3 56 pm S 26 am Sat J n 7 4S am a 57 pm MS am Cllllpton 8 15 am 4 26 pm 854 am 8tanwn 4 35 902 amCCity 8 25 am pm r Clay 07 1003 am900 am I pm yagJanc cheater 9 12 am 5 20 um 1012 amWi J JO J 05 Lesion ar 9 55 am pm j EAST BOUND lio2 STATIONS l DailyandI Dailyerhr Sunday J Sunday r A31LycYi 0 S S S5 pm OILexlngtonp 8 13 am pm12020 I 3S f 2ti pm 248 pm jLluuctiou1Ii 02 IUDI350 pm 44 9 10 am 358 pm44ytantuu7y 4 430 35pm pm 57 Nat Bridge57II 9 9 38 43 pm am 447 pn 62 9 56 am 51U pm 7U BeattyveJc7u 10 17 am 90 1115 am90 OKJunonII os pm 9 15 fll ul Jacksonltf4ll liU am I CONNECTIONS y d E Jo C r1oi trams KOI land 1 will make connection with the C A OKy for Kt Sterlin- gi JUNcT1oc Trains NOB 1 2CAXlTON 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central i Campion7BiATTYVLLB No2 make connection at Beattyville Juno the L and A hallway for passengers 11ill from Beattyville 4 K JUNCTION Trains NOl 3 and i I with the O K Railway for local on the O A K Railway 11coned MCDOWELL General Manager OHAB J3COTTUcnPaM Agent f ii 11 li muffin Ballwag 4Ume Table MaX 21 1905 JWESTBOUND o S V No 21 Dilly ex1 = STATIONS = Daily ex 80111 i Sunday PUAKS 0 27 PMAKB 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 455 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 4 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 353 22 Wilhnrst 6 11 44 1 i 310 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 1EAST BOUND 1 Non IS S No22 Btily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex flaaday 5 S Sunday i A1LLVX P M LVKi 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 100 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1H 8 37 10 Wilhurst 20 161 925 1 OAK Junction 22 225 t 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Koi 21 and 22 will make close connectio- itt 0 d K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 to polata OB the Lexington and Eastern Rail Ty M L CONLEY Superintendent RalLtihI Gontlal llaiIIoaaa r No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 600 a mCamptonll30 a m 200 p mCampton 600pm No2 No1 AUUVE DEPART 1 80 amCampn Juncl005am 380 pmCampn Juno 440p- i The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas wager trains l B F BOLINC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON rnORMS the citizens of Wolfe aod a camera awaybespecial casket supplied on 24 I orderedTeamsAbo can fill orders for tombstones co SWELL C RUSE iNotarv Public STILLWATER KY Meat his profesmional aenricea to citizen of snooty aad aoUcitl the patronage fiit- w6e any tare legal pwezx tocxetwUu twtLare leam QIIJWIIraIer f- rfl iC J r COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral foff ally distantfriendsa BELKNAP Breck Howard was seen in this section Sunday The farmers of this section are beginning to garner their corn Several from this place went tot Burkhart Sunday night to attend church visitingMissthis week Miss Edna Miller of Vortex is here visiting relatives and friends She visited our school Monday Revs Bill Yocum Will Lindon and Logan Center held preaching services here Sunday morning and evening f Quite a crowd of young folks from Burkhart were in this section gjAllenMiss Cynthiana Hnlbrooks and J H Nickell were married at the I residence of the brides parents 1 Mr and Mrs J H Holbrooks Monday November 1 We wish them a long happy and prrspe 1 one lifecNov 8 jj- 4Mlle Her Foe of 20 Years The most merciless enemy I t had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesville Me was dyspepsia Isuffered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely sleep After many remedies had failed and several I aiup trAd Bitters which cured me com i pfetely Now I can eat anything I am 70 years old and am overjoY1 to get my health and strengthI led again For indigestion loss of appetite kidney trouble lame back female complaints its un equaled Oniy 50c at all dealers BURKHART L C Elam bought a cow from Allen Salyers for 80 Trading John Bailey bought a cow from J W Bailey for 80 Rev Leborn Lykins of Malone was here a few days since on busiI ness Rev Henry Elam Jr attended meeting at Sugar Grove Saturday and Sunday Rev Bill Yocum held meeting here Sunday night Several were out to hear him Henry Elam Jr of Elmorei passed through here en route to Insko Saturday visited his brotherPrea Crase i Thomas Craae at Patton Satur- r day and Sunday Miss Florida Bache who is at tending Hazel Green Academy was visiting home folks over Sunday Mrs Harrison Cease and little son Levi visited relatives in Ma goffin county Saturday and Sun day Alfred Taulbee and wife of El more visited at the home of Mrsj Taulbees parents Pres Crase andi wife Saturday and bnnday thmeI brides parents Billy Elam an wife Miss Mary F Elam and Hed die Tyler Thursday November 4 Rev W M Lindon tying tbeJcnot We wish them a happy prosperous married life Nov 8 NAT Many school children sufferfrom l constipation which is often theI cause of seeming stupidity at les sons Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are an ideal medicinel to give a child for they are mild and gentle in their effect and willI cure even chronic constipation Sold bystow CANNEL CITY Bro Southgate of Lexington- was ip town laet week Will Urfer and family are visit ingelatives in Louisville 8erry Wheeler of Frankfort oftlrtte a pBlt of Hotel DflLanoaf ltWedetwdttl TO youritemsofficee mornlhKMondayIfposaible be published unless of unusual im wrtanca Advertise no ones business 4 nd write on one aide of the paper only Clay Oliver of Campton was inII town Sunday Kelse Couch of Grassy creek was with him Prof Barr instrnctorinthe tStatet L place came home to vote the Democratic ticket TuesdayfDora Phillips of West Liberty passed through here Sunday en route to London where her sister le quite ill She was accompanied LoganHammons 1 HammonsMaude Kilgore has gone to Lexington She will take training at the Good Samaritan Hospital with the view of becoming a nurse in that ipstitntion Her host of friends wish her success in her a chosen field of endeavor Mr and Mrs Sam Freeze were a surprise party Saturday I n Sue Long Fairie Templin Eflie Kilgore Lula Allen Hugh MinorEd Faulkner and Guy Lea lie composed the crowd All report a delightful time Claude Patrick and Solomon Mann of Salyenwille stopped in our town Thursday The former was en route to Louisville where he is attending a dental i college and the latter to Georgetown where he is taking a classical course Nov 8 ETHEL 1 f The old old story told times without number and repeated over J over again for the last 86II years but it is always a welcome 1 story to those in search of health There is nothing in the worldjj that cures cough and colds as quickly as Chamberlains Cough Remedy Sold by all dealer- sCILLMORE I The election came off o kII Our school is progressing nicely Cortez Ely returned Friday from Rousseau W L Bailey is moving to Breath i itt this week C 0 Rose of Lacy creek was I here SaturdayIJohnny Elkins visited at this place Thursday Mrs Angeline Ely is seriously ill at this writing Martin Elkins of Lexie was at ithis place SaturdayIJ B Wickery of New York is visiting at this place Sim Burch m of Flat ia visit- ingi his brother Johnny Aunt Lourine Lindon is visitingj her sister at Hazel Green Scott Nickell made a business jtrip to Camptou Wednesday Squire David Bates of Days boro was in this section Saturday J J C Lindon and Scott Nickell went to Lexie Thursday on busi nessII James Lee and Whitney Wise tof Lee City attended church here SundayIMiss Ura and Carl Pratt of H G A visited home folks Saturday and Sunday lowertiStamper branch visited Sarah Dunn Sunday Dorsie Rose and sister Matlee of Hazel Green visited Mrs J C Lindon Sunday J Cffisar Lindon returned from Campton Wednesday and says the electionwent o k IHeddle Vest ofInsko visited supLpose he important Several attended church at this place Sunday and heard good ser mons by Revs FoP Wilson and P G Gullett Mr and Mrs John Rose of La oy creek attended church here Sunday cud took dinner with J C Lindon and wife Mrs Malissa Brooks of near Daysboro who has been staying with hordaughter Sarah during- her I illneaa returned hose Sandaj Noy8 IAmu Ptlr otu J 4 MeS LANDSAWIjStephen Swango of Valeria IIII visited his daughter Mrs E T t Kash from Saturday until Mon 1 day W H Taylor and W H Tackjj are this week putting up a newf TKashJ M Bud Swango of thiss jjMarySunday j John Madden who bought a I small farm on Red river near t Daysboro last falls is preparing j o move there t Elihu Barker and daughter of I rter county are visiting the formers brother Leander Barker In this neighborhood I E T Kash last week sold to Ben Murphy a dry cow and to I Hiram Swango a calf the pricesI being 18 and 1250 respectively The wife of J M Tester is seriously ill at this writing Drs D H Kah of this place and J RtCarroll ofCamptoniare attending Rosco Shackelford lately bought boundary of timber from Bob Hollon and has mbved his mill from Nathan Hol one to that P acLIBreck Little of Qauiptou pass ed through here Sunday in a livery wagon driven by James K Qockerham He was headed for Lacy creek I Otis Kash through Hazel Green Sunday ant it seems on down to John S P elattsOtissays if you find it out to say noth ing about it i We understand tbat S H Kash of your town has traded his farm which lies about a wile from this place to Clayton Noble of Public Square they having swappedII There was preaching at the Oldc Baptist church Sunday Quite a- good crowd in attepdance among them being A C fCash and wife J ands Dr B D Cox of Campton and Stephen Swarfgo of Valeria On the night of the election while the vote was being counted some one took a new 15 saddle belonging to K Mi Halsey The saddle has not yet been found but Mr Halsey thinks that he is on the track that will locate it The two boys who stole a mulejj in Breathitt county and arrested 1 in Carter county by HJ Spencer J were tried in the Breathitt Circuit court and sent tq the house of corection Mr Spbncer gets 100 for the arrests add also milagejj amounting in all tp about 125 Nov 8 ANON Young Girls sure Victims 4 of headaches as well as old women but all get quick relief and prompt cure from Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds test remedy for sick and nervous headaches They make pure blood andstungnervea and build up your health Try them 25c at all dealers I LEXII- W C Trimble sold a nice fnilch I c6w to Taylor Center of Big branch I for 2750- J C Trimble left Sunday for Lexington where he will stay forII mebmLtt Misses Grace Beulah and Golden I Trimble spent Sunday atthehomeII of Mr and Mrs J B Elkins j Mrs W C Trimble has been very sick for the past few days but is somewhat better at present Mrs Jane Nickell of Grassy was visiting her sister Mrs W 8 J Trimble Friday night and Satur day Mrs F N Day and Miss Lou1 1 Ward of Hazel Green were guests 1 of W S Trimble and family Suncc day James P Lacy and daughter Miss Clemma of Hazel Green were visiting on this creek lastIt I Sunday Mr and Mrs Sam Kaph of Ha zel Green spent Sunday with Mrs J Rashs parents Charley Samplej and wifeII Newton Maloney and wife accompanied by their two daughters i Nannie and Mallje visited their daughter Mrs Taylor Center on Big branch 8undayll Our great day of national re joicing is once more close at hand and as we look back over the put we feel oar hearts ripe in jqyoai o J c- blessit1gsthatthankful because the sun shines upon our happv properous united nationa everyonefromchance to make the most of hilt opportunities1 We are thankful even for mistakes and failures for we know that they are but signposts erected on the road of pointing out pitfalls that we avoid in the future We are thankful for suffering because it has taught us to sympathize with those who suffer We are thank experiencethatknow that it has ailed in our own developmentAs let us resolve during the coming year not alone to rejoice on one great daytut to be glad and thankfull every day of our lives Nov 8 BERTIE Jbydiseased portion of the ear There is only one way to curt deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused byan inflamed condition of the mucous Hn ing of the Ju larhill n tube When this tube i is inflamed you have U rumbling sound or I imperfect hearing and when it is entirely I closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is noth- Ing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaceWe will give One Hundred Dollars for sop case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circular free P J CHENEY A Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation MURPHY FORK Lewis Center of Red river and Omega Noble were married Toes dayJoe Lee Oldfield and family of tMize spent Sunday at the homeof Mort Cecil and wife of this place Frank Oldfield of Mize soldout his household goods and stock Saturday Rev Bill Yocum sang off the entire outfit Last week Ben Murphy bought of Assessor John Patrick and Jeff Day 50 head of cattle thus making 150 head Ben has on hand Mrs Martha Murphy wife ot the famous botanist is visiting the home of her sister Mrs Manda Hollon on Stillwater this week Nov 8 TULIP Croup is most prevalent during the dry cold weather of the early winter months Parents of ybiing children should be prepared Writ All that is needed is a bottle of RemedyManyr it in their homes and it has never disappointed them Sold by all dealers Then aniNow Thirteen years ago Republican newspapers and campaign Ilpdak- ers were worried to death for fear the dear people would Vote for 50cent dollars They didnt and the terrible calamity Which threatened the country was seem ingly averted But without Voting for them the dear people have nevertheless had 50 cent dollars thrust upon them The great Republican sound money 100cent dollar of this year of 1909 is Worth just what a 50 cent piece wag in 1896 That is it will purchase what 50 cents would purchase 18 years ago The cost of the neces silica of life has increased 491 per cent since 1890 It takes 2 to buy today what 1 would have bought 18 years ago Have the wage earners earnings doubled in these 13 years Are the clerks the bookkeepers and th hundreds of thousands of employees on monthly or weekly salaries getting twice the money every month or every week as they did ISyeirrs ago Unless their earnings are doubled they are worse off than they were then They are receiv lug today the 50cent dollar they were warned against in1800Ao comac Va Enterprise When a cold beoomda settled in tho system it will take several daya treatment to euro it andtbe best remedy to use is Chamber J Iains Cough Remedy ItwiHcnre quicker than any other andalsO leaves thesystem in a natural and healthy condition Sold by all dealers d n J v Nearly the Same AB 3 Winchester Ky Oct 1209 1 c i KyMy i not take your letter of the 8th inst I i to make me think of my old friend- I often think of you and gometif the pleasures of huutiog I hadate around Hazel Green a few yeart5since Our old friend Ooh Winn jis still on hand- I note however you want to continue THE HERALD another year to make it one quarter of aa century you have been connt t cPU with it It is about the same age as the Winchester Bank which will be 25 years old in January But say Spencer put the time up 1 a little do not give us such TSV short time when you say another year We want to be active fur ther in the future than that If I have any friends coming to Hazel Green I will certainly drop you a note tbut they may consult you about the boat section to 1 J hunt in As stated above Phip is still J here with us I saw him at the fire last night which came so near putting Winchster out of hnsiUtness It was very disastrous and the bank wee almost right in the midst of it However our walls are still standing and we opened about half after 8 oclock this morning for business as usual but the water was pouring in from thej upper stories and we were wad jiu ryIfor ten dollars 10 togetherwith yuraccount which you will pleaseCO receipt and return to us Continue our advertisement for another year and give us the beet puff you can Our ship is still sailing along in a prosperous way and we hope to soon have 200000 surplus fund when we will begin declaring a dividend of 5 quar reKsrdsIN H WlTHERSPOONi A Scalded Boys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Kwhowrites that when all thought lie would die Bnckleus Arnica Salve iO 4 wholly cured him Infallible for burns scalds cu s corns wounds bruises Cures feversores boils skin eruptions chilblains chapped hands Soon routs piles 25c at L Jo all dealers Uraii Halt Price Offer The TwiceaWeek issue of the St Louis GlobeDemocrat is beingJ offered fora limited time at justnodehalf its regular low pride Sub scribers sending in their orders promptly can now secure this great semiweekly newspaper and home l journal two years for ouu dollar or in clubs of two or more cue year for fifty cents The Globe 1V Democrat iis Republican in politics and ia universally concnded to be one of the few really great Ameri can newspapers The two issuea each week give all the news of ltIotthe earth for that week so edited I and arranged as to form a com plete current history of that worldt Its market reports are full arid correct in every detail Its mama special features each and all1 the r m best of their kind make itMnter fv edting1 and invaluable to e pry J member of the family You can riot afford to ignore this nnpr 4 AJ f cedented opportunity Send ybitr7 u S H iiPtlonlpie copy to the Globe Printing Co St Louis Mo CASTOR I I 3 For Infant anti CUliztB Till KM YnHiri Alwaj ftj 0 Bears the = Blgnatnre of I v Ptaa As an evidence of how 1diLroads help a farmerwe cite an in stance of what recently occurred in a good roads district in Arkan las where a few years since the roadwas almost ImpassIble c That u the roads of this country are hihfine condition is shown by the lvfact that James L Roberts hanled seven bales of cotton on an ordi hary twohorse wagon with two common horses from Naylor tSu J Odnway a distance of twenty j miles and made the re turn tripjri1 one day with six hundred brick two hundred pounds of blacksmith coal and fifty gallons of oil in Ju iron tank t 7 C y E I H 1I I 4 d A l h1 THE HERALD Enteredatthe Ilazel Grern Poit t offlceaiiecondolaismatter SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Noy 11 1909 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY r 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY KASH Commonwealths Attorney- I R DOLLONClerk Meets third Monda in Januaiy first Monday in Slay third Jouday in eplem her WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge n B STAMIEK County Attorney ItoBERT L CARKOIL Clerk Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tnes ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District o lC M Fallen nird Friday in March June iteptemoer and Dtctn ber District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Friday in February May August and No vember District No 3S F Allen second Friday in February May August and November FridayMarch in District No5T C Ilollon second day in March June September and cember District No fiItoy Hurst third Friday inI February May August and November District Iro7B T Helton fourth Friday in March June September and I cember District No SJ M Lovelace first Friday in February May August and No vember All men must make their choices Some are wise and some are rash Some politicians raise their voices And some others raise the cash The annual prediction ofahard cold winter is going the rounds again- Thanksgiving is the next thine on the docket and the annual turkey slaughter will soon begin k With Redwine in control i Breathitt we may expect a return of normal conditions blind tigers and assassinationsSunSentie1 Since spelling has been so sad neglected in many of the schoolsI in pursuit of the higher branchesI of study would it not be proper for the country schools to haveI spelling bees between each of and revive the custom of correct spelling In passing we wish to say four of our subscribers have perempto rily demanded that we quit sending the paper to their address Meantime exactly fifteen have paid 1 up for a year and all of them men who never did take the paper before It dont like they will put the print shop out of existence The people of Kentucky have decided that they do not want good roads The good roads amend meat which was submitted at the recent election was defeated andof now the farmers can continue to store their produce on the farm and keep on hauling ties for which they receive 30 cents at a cost of I 40 cents each and at the sax time endanger the lives of them selves and teams In Answer to J R Carroll Now Johnny we have always been a friend to you and ever ready to grant you a favor but you will stop and think a moment t the demand you make is too un reasonable to consider While for f some reason you want me to dis continue THE HERALD some nine hundred and eighty nine say must not do so Majority is a Democratic idea and I must therefore decline your demand If you will go back over 20 years you cannot point an instance where the editor individually or the paper ever refused you a re nest But you know John ifwould U beI treating my other 89 friends with due respect to comply with your request and stop the paper Moreover it would ot be a bbsiness ttarllcproposition pathat tron and throw down a 1arg fority f x Statistics and Facts To one who has taught in som of the socalled literate states of the union or who has come in contact with the different classes of people in each of several statesi the position assigned to Kentucky in the scale of literacy was unbelievable Kentuckians who ha had such experience were disposed to doubt the truth of the statement I others than Kentuckians I voiced similar doubt and eve III went so fur as to say that the average of intelligence and education in Kentucky is not inferior to that of some of the northern states sysrbeingharassedby what seemed to him a infersp resentation of the condition of the state wrote the United Stat Commissioner of Education for jinformation concerning the comparative i literacy of the several states of the union A letter from the Bureau of EducationitT department of the Interior at Washington bearing date of February 25 1908 andsigned by Lo iick Pierce chief clerk was received and road as follows I requestthe by the Commissioner of Education to send you under separato cover some chapters relative to the percentage of illiteracy in the Unit States As this office does not collect statistics of this character its publications upon the subject fiDIT ures furnished by the United States Census office There are no data on this subject availal lelaterI than the census report f 1900 In estimating the general intel- ligence1 of a state or nation in o judgment it is impossible to ran a just conclusion if guided sole by the censustakers report The question asked by the censustaker is Can you read and write T person who can scrawl some hier interpretitj is pronounced by the statistical1 record of the censustaker as a literate a learned individu Andso far as the record i show this man who could marslyJ write his name and could possi not read as well as most seven equalof inJ judgment and in scholarship of the Weilinformed business man the professional man or the author By the sta tie tics they are equally literateJ aqualylot equally capable of deciding the nations destiny and those who depend upon the figures in statistical reports will so regard recognheri of the persons thus classed gather and will fail to note tease with which such figures can be juggled to prove certain statements The statistics are equally uuf to the illiterate There are todir viduals unable to read and wri as tatisticalshrine vicious as the worshiper at thethe usbelieveareslueothers deprived in their youth of the most meager advantages and so pressed by circumstances after maturity that they have failed to opportunitiesfor rant mainly of book lore and areI not in any sense depraved or vicious The writer has in mind one of the heaviest taxpayers in one the Blue Grass counties a man spyentytwototowrite his name By untirint en frugalityhe I competencye HisIsons one daughter were given advantages their father iii er had Kentucky at that tim not cupforchildtSchoolhouses popularwere paid largely in the same manner This largely furnished ifmaterial carpentersforand afterwardsupplemented the salary in an amount pufficient to i obtain the best talent available childtbut theImight the benefit af forded by such instruction This 1 man could compute without aid the interest on a note and bef the dude buyer of his herd ofE i glovesto8 scented pocket this illiterate far mar would tell him the amount bythew of anther man who a few d since touched the pen with w6 checkinacresBlue ot we were told dboapen a I da tfarjiXtogsanddoUara Suchmea i = Y teP willing taxpayers advocates good roads and good schools an too truthful to underestimate their property or hide their cash in ba when the assessor comes around Yet according to those who acid cept the face value of statistical reports such men are cancers gnawing at the vitals of our pol iitic I Among the potent factors in the evolution of every pioneer state have always been found these stur dy strong men not wholly igno rant although illiterate not vicious i 111 tirfinementse- conditions re and the necessaril- slow t development of new stet make it impossible to overcome hard conditions within a few gen esblone years of any Ihistorylargelyments of just such men Their 1 limitations were a necessary reeu of the age in which they lived iin spite of them they have done well1 With bettor vyWith the material and loci 1 blof1 Bible to offer the young people iin creasing opportunities for mein II attainment and social culture iis the purpose of Kentuckians toI yoeelImudicapped by lack of education al opportunities as was lieceesar m former goneratiousSoutherc- hoolS Journal Forced Into Exile Oaalek hornorMountain air he thought would cure a frightful lungracking cough furtwo ear8 After six mouths lqS1I New Discovery he writes and after taking six bottles Iam as heIsI yearly from desperate lung di 3 I aiidIieacolds it dispels hoarseness and sore throat Cures grip bronchi P1alwhooping cough 50c and 100 byFdealersbly Plain Talk to Parents A writer in the Sioux City Journal gives some trenchmeut suggestions to parents from which wein quotewDo not fail to make allowan henallDo not accuse the teacher undue favoritism If she is kinder to one child than to another itsj because that one does not take ad thtohiYt knowhbetterDo not condemn the teacher without a fair hearing That is crimirnal There are usually two sides to the story teDo not send a scathing note teacher by Nellie the con ten of which she knows Her aggresi look of triumph is not soothing and the teacher is only humani Do not make unfavorable nient upon the methods of t teacher in the presence of your child Send him to carry in wood mustIbe done Do not expect the teacher dispositiontheit for six years and there are st jkinks in it which you have fail straighten out fIDo not plead lack of time to visit the school There is no e cuse for shirking a duty teachvwith the fact that Tommy has 0lent learned eitain tire year She is not responsible for his lack of braius requesttochangedThere atthei one change usually means at least half a dozen d useDo not forget that the teachers 1 perionalSheany yourselfDoteacher to diemanage without friction a child whom you yourself have been able to control J teachore I is keeping your child back throu spite She will hardly risk her reputation sean instructor gratify a personal grudge however disagreeable the child may be Do not forget that the parespowe a duty to the teacher just as of surely as the teacher does tot oheLame bank cornea on suddenlye and is extremely painful It caused by rheumatism ot the mus es QUIck relief is afforded II- pplying byJ Chamberlains Liniment Sold by all dealers c tOtto lab Kidneys Are OrerWordUnhealthy Kidneys Make Impure BI nkWeak and unhealthy kidneys are r- nsiblespt for much sickness andsuffering I l a therefore if kidn- IIto y ire to follow Your other I neys most they do most and should attention first Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out of order you can understand how quickly your e = e body is affected and how every organ to fail to do its duty If you are sick or feel badly begin Dr Kilmers SwampRoot A trial will con vines you of its great merit The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney ax adder remedy is soon realized It stands lhe highest because its remarkable health restoring properties have been i proven in thousands ot the most 1fE cases If yon need a medicine you bestItby druggists fiftycent and onedol lar sizes You may bottlenmail free also permittedy atItel1tionbecause have remedyes distress I I nalI I II adder trouble Mention this when writing to Dr Kilmer paperII Binghamton N Y Dont make Swamptsomething in place of SwampRoot1f I u do you will be disappointed FARMSFOR SALE producthe improvereor err I any thing Price f80 per acre 1 l8 12 acres near Howards Mill th county good dwelling well watered and grountJlrice neigse 80 per acre 240 acres well improvedand oner the best farms in the county Will raise anything and can be bought for 125 per acre id7 acres improved at 1 110 per acre 197 1li creslIt 100 per acre 100 acres at 10 per acre 55 acres at 7250 as good MS in be found for tobacco or corn 400 icres well improved the beat tobacco farci in the county and can be divided at 2750 per acre and ninny others Also many residences in this city and nithoolse theI blueegrass o I fNow is the time to buy Lan will go 10 per cent higher withi the next twelve months 0 WSBOEFflIIINOODREAL I i J j MT STERLING KY SALEto i dii9 1lying on the waters of Lacy creek Iknown as the Cruey farm All Samhe j1 land in grass Large orchard j over i dwelling1 thirttobargain Possession given Jan Fell1 RdSALEerNot being able to oversee the work on my farm on account of age land other disabilities I offer my farm of 125 acres on Blackwa ter onehalf mile from Ezel fo sale The farm consists qf abou CO acres in grass balance in culti- vatIon and timber Good 5room outbuiJdingi informatii DMOTLEY OJDor1uflh1g consistto A themostGreetAlanrepairIi fuhotoolsandalquipped I togetherorseparatelyle addressROSEMarchKy f MKrito for flu E Od StO L J l hJ o 27 27 zT t7 107f7 IYI 46BEGINNING FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 I Qp0 and continuing one week W tIO 1tJN rin WI I have just received my Fall Goods of Millinery IPry Goods and Notions Full lino of Cloaks JhSkirts etc Everything upto date Call and seed f7 QA UPSTAIRS FRONT ROOM CECIL BROS STORE OU1 O tii1 MISS FALAY LONGr v 5 SASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise Announce to the citizens of Hazel1 Green and vicinity that they have just received a magnificent line of LADIES SH ES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc 1Manti that their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Good Notions etchto which they invite inspection AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TH- ETOLEDO BLADEfTOLEDO OHIO Newspaper CIRCULATION 200000 Popular in Every Stated existencefinds thenItisa million people Its field is not circumscribed by State boundaries but inroly the length and breadth of the trtitedState claiming countryThe familynewsfaler American interesttofulfillthisThe 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Anterats i BO TRADE f tl 4tIr r nt v 1 IITHEHElAfcDat the Ilaiel classmattert GrenPostC I I Ii IiSPENCER COOPER Editor I HAZEL CREEN KY 4 THURSDAY Noy 11 1909 j I i WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT r JAMES P ADAMS Judge XELLY KASH Commonwealths Attorney I R RouosClerk Meets third Monday in January first Monday in May third Monday in Septem ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge n B STAMPER County Attorney ItoBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District o lC M Fallen inird Friday in March June Ceptemoer and Decen berFri day in February May August and November District No 3S F Allen second Friday in February May August and November District No tP It Legg first Friday in March May August and November District No5T C Hollon second Friday in March June September aud De vembe- rDiatrictNo6Ray Hurst third Friday in February May August and November District Do1B T Helton fourth Fri day in March June September and December District No 8JM Lovelace first Fri day in February May August and No vember I All men must make their choices Some are wise and some are rash Some politicians raise their voices And some others raise the cash The annual prediction of a hard cold winter is going the rounds again- Thanksgiving is the next thing on the docket and the annual tur key siaughter will soon begin With Redwine in control o Breathitt we may expect a returnI 1 of normal conditions blind tigers and assassinationsSunSentinel Since spelling has been so sadly neglected in many of the schools in pursuit of the higher branches of study would it not be prope- for the country schools to hav cispellingbees between each other and revive the custom of correct II1 I1spelling In passing we wish to say four k of our subscribers have perempto rily demanded that we quit send ing the paper to their address IffIIMeantime exactly fifteen have paid Up for a year and all of them men who never did take the paper be fore It dont like they will put the print shop out of existence havIdecidede t good roads The good roads amend 4wentwhich was submitted at the recent election was defeated an now the farmers can continue to store their produce on the farmI and keep on hauling ties for whichI i they receive 30 cents at a cost of 40 cents each and at the same time endanger the lives of them 413elves and teams In Answer to J R Carroll Now Johnny we have alway I eveIr I ready to grant you a favor but if you will stop and think a moment t a 1the demand you make is too unreasonable i to consider While for some reason you want me to discontinue t TilE HERALD some nine hundred and eighty nine say 1 must not do so Majority is a Democratic idea and I must there fore decline your demand If yo will go back over 20 years you ca not point an instance where the editor individually or the paper ever refused you a request Buts l you know John would not be treating my other 989 friends wit due respect to comply with you request and stop the paper More over it wouldnot be a business proposition to ccommdaf1o pa tron and throw down a large jna F Ii IioxiY s c rt LL Statistics and Facts To one who has taught in some the socalled literate states of the union or who has come in contact with the different classes of people in each of several states j the position assigned to Kentucky jj in the scale of literacy was unbe lievable Kentuckians who had- had such experience were disposed I stateIII I erage of intelligence and education in Kentucky is not inferior to that ofsome of the northern states noted for their educational system Finally the editor of the Southern School Journal being Iharassed by doubt and distressed I by what seemed to him a misrep resentation of the condition of the state wrote the United States Commissioner of Education for information concerning the comparative literacy of the several states of the union A letter from the Bureau of Education Department of the Interior at Washington bearing date of February 25 1908 and signed by Lov ick Pierce chief clerk was received and read as follows In response to your request of the 18th inst I nm instructed by the Commissioner of Education- to send you under separate cover some chapters relative to the per centage of illiteracy in the United States As this office does not collect statistics of this character its publications upon the subject are dependent entirely on the fig ures furnished by the United States Census office There are no data on this subject available later than the census report for 1900 In estimating the general intel ligence of a state or nation in our judgment it is impossible to reach solelybyquestion asked by the is Can you read and write The person who can scrawl some hier interpretitis pronounced by the statistical record of the censustaker as a literate a learned individual And so far as the record will show this man who could merely write his name and could possibly not read as well as most seven infjudgment scholarship of the wellinformed business man the professional man or the author By the sta tistics they are equally literate equally desirable citizens equally competent as wielders of the bal lot equally capable of deciding 3the nations destiny and those inri regarerecognize the individual ability or disability of the persons thus classed to gether and will fail to note the ease with which such figures can be juggled to prove certain state meats The statistics are equally unfair to the illiterate There are indi viduals unable to read and write as vicious as the worshiper at the statistical shrine would have us believe them to be but there ar others deprived in their youth of the most meager advantages and so pressed by circumstances after maturity that they have failed to take advantage of for such training who are igno rant mainly of book lore andare not in any sense depraved or vi cious The writer has in mind one ond j a man who lived to the ago of seventy two years and never knew how to write his name By untiring en frugalityhethree sons and one daughter were given advantages their father never had Kentucky at that time capitaforSchoolhouses were built by popu lIar subscription and teachers were paid largely in the same manner This man largely furnished the carpenterstand afterward supplemented the salary in an amount sufficient to obtain the best talent available that not only his own children but everv other child in the dis trict might derive the benefit af forded by such instruction This man could compute without aid the interest on a note and before uthe oncattle could remove his kid gloves to get his check book from his scouted pocket this illiterate far mar would tell him the amount bythehof daysrpen with which another signed his name to a check ofBonethat it was nothing unusual toldI him to touch the pen to a check fDrtfapnsand dollars Such men i IioIi 1- are industrious in bashings conservative and safe in citizenship willing taxpavers advocates of good roads and good schools and too truthful to underestimate their I I i property or hide their cash in bank j I when the assessor comes around Yet according to those who accept the face value of statistical I I reports such men are cancers polI iticAmong the potent factors in the evolution of every pioneer state have always been found these stur dy strong men not wholly igno rant although illiterate not vi cious although lacking many of the refinements of culture Pioufier conditions and the necessarih slow development of new states make it impossible to overcome hardconditions within a few gen erations It is expected that the first one hundred years of any state shall be written in history largely according to the achieve ments of just such men Their limitations were a necessary result of the age in which they lived in spite of them they have done well With bettor advantages what won ders might havo been accomplished II With the material and social development of the state it is pos sible to offer tho young people in creasing opportunities for mental attainment and social culture It is the purpose of Kentuckians to day to see that no child shall be handicapped by lack of education al opportunities as was necessary in former generations Southern School Journal Forced Into Exile Wm Upchurch of Glen Oak Okla was an exile from home Mountain air he thought would cure frightful lungracking cough that had defied all remedies for two years After six months he returned death dogging his steps KingseNow Discovery ho writes and asrwell us ever It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung dis eases Infallible for coughs and colds it dispels hoarseness and sore throat Cures grip bronchitis hemorrhages asthma croup whooping cough oOc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers Plain Talk to Parents A writer in the Sioux City Journal gives some trenchmeut sugges tions to parents from which we quoteDo not fail to make allowance for slight exaggeration when hear ing of pranks in school Do not accuse the teacher of undue favoritism If she is kinder to one child than to another its because that one does not take ad himdThis is simple justice Do not tell the teacher that Willie will not lie She may know betterDo not condemn the teacher without a fair hearing That is accorded to even the worst criminal There are usually two sides to the storv Do not send a scathing note to the teacher by Nellie the contents aggresI sive look of triumph is not sooth ing and the teacher is only human Do not make unfavorable com ment upon the methods of the yourschild Send him to carry in wood while you are doing so if it must be doneDo not expect the teacher to understand Jimmies disposition the first day You have studied it for six years and there are still kinks in it which you have failed to straighten out- Do not plead lack of time to visit the school There is no ex cuse for shirking a duty Do not reproach the teacher with the fact that Tommy has not learned a single thing the en tire year She is not responsible for his lack of brains Do not send a verbal request to have Jennies seat changed There IS often no vacant seat and one change usually means at least half a dozen Do not forget that the teachers interest in your child is personal She will do more to help him than any one except yourself Do not expect the teacher to manage without friction a child whom you yourself have never been able to control Do not insist that the teacher throughfspite She will hardly risk her reputation asan instructor to gratify a personal grudge however disagreeable the child may be Do not forget that the parents owe a duty to the teaoher just as surely as the teacher does to the childSchool Education Lame back comes on suddenly and is extremely painful It is caused by rheumatism ot the mus I I byISold by aU dealers 01t64 theh Kidneys Are Weakened by OierWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys are re eihle for much sidnessamJsulTerin should have a inJ v a therefore if trouble is permitted to continue serious results are most likely to follow Your other organs may need at kidIneysthey o should have attention first Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out you can understand low quickly your en tire lady is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its duty If you are sick or feel badly begin the great kidney remedy Dr SwampRoot A trial will convince you of its great merit The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great and bladder remedy is soon realized It stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties have been proven in thousands of the most distress mg cases If you need a medicine you the best Sold by druggists fiftycent and lar sizes You J have sample mail free also kidney oforder taking Kilmers kidney pamphlet telling you nmasmpiih- ow to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the name Swamp Root and dont let n dealer sell you something in place of SwampRootif you do you will be disappointed FARMSFOR SALE 82 acres well improved good productive and grazing lands Price 50 per acre 200 acres in Oath county well improved well watered andwill produce any thing Price 80 per acre 18 12 acres near Howards Mill this county good dwelling well watered and grounJPrireneighboshoodSSO per acre 240 acres well improved and one f the best fauns in the county Will raise anything and can be bought for 125 phi acre 107 acres improved at 1 110 per acre 107 12 acres at 100 per acre 100 acres at 10 per acre 55 acres at 7250 as good as can be found for tobacco or corn 400 acres well improved the best tobacco farm in the county and can be divided at S12750 per acre and many others Also many residences in this city and in the suburbs This city has two nice school the largest cattle market in the world and is the best town in the blue grass section o Now is the time to buy Land will go 10 per cent higher within the next twelve months o w OFFro WOODD REAL ESTATE MT STERLING KY FARM FOR SALE 0Farm of 200 acres more or less lying on tho waters of Lacy creek known as the Cruey farm All fenced and crossfenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared land in grass Large orchard everlasting fine water 5room dwell ing house halls and porches also thirtydaysbargain Possession given Janu particulars R No 1 Rardin Ill FARM FOR SALE 0 Not being able to oversee the work on my farm on account of age and other disabilities Ioffer my farm of 125 acres on Blackwa ter onehalf mile from Ezel for sale The farm consists qf about GO acres in grass balance in culti vation and timber Good 5room dwelling with all necessary out buildings fine water goodorchard etc For terms and all other information call on or address R D MOTLEY Ezel Ky Rare OPDOIIIIMJ consi8tinggarden and outbuildigg One of the GreenAlsore anythingofI country nished with a complete outfit of tools andstock of materials and supplies also equippedwith power and machinery separatelyFor address ROSEMarch II JWwcrifce for the EpjjUd 100 I aA j J o OZZ d107f1J4 JG I Millinery Opening io X64 BEGINNING ffrJ FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 tIt WI tppo and continuing one week r G o tIhave just received my Fall Goods of MillineryW Dry Goods and Notions Full line oft Cloake t O t1Skirts etc Everything uptodate Call and see W t ii- O UPSTAIRS FRONT ROOM CECIL BROS STORE o qjJ t 11MISS FALAY LONG it w KASH SAMPLE I Dealers in General Merchandise Announce to the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity that they have just received magnificent line of LADIES SHOES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc nnu that their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Goods Notions SELECT FAMILY GROCEBIES etc to which they invite inspection AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TH- ETOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO 01110 The Best Known Newspa per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular in Every State I The seventyfourth year of its existence finds the Toledo Blade more popular than I at any period of its remarkable carter It is now read each week by more than a million people Its field is not circumscribed bv State boundaries but involve the length and breadth of the United States giving it an unquestionable right ot claim ing to be the greatest national weekly news taper in the country The Weekly Blade is distinctly a family publishtorllhasican home for the fireside and of interest to every member of the family To fulfill andwholesomeThe departments paintaking delightprejudice fiction scrapbook umns are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium lor the ex farmtopicsevery feature is taken care of with the idea of making The lade worth many times the price ot TearSampleTHE BLADE Toledo Ohio FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREESEverything ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN Catalog on Application No Agents HF HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY Headquartersfor JewelrySilverware at the lowest prices You can andfittedprices centtoAB MATJPPIN WATCHMAKER I JEWELER i CAMPTON KY DAY HOUSEH- azel Creen Ky MM LOU DAY Proprietor Atarhezpecltl sic aiBofl tl0Ei to tnreluig au l d 1l WeAsk You to take Cardul for your female troubles because we are sure it will help you Remember that this great female remedy OFCARDIJIl has brought relief to thousands of other sick women so why not to you For headache backache periodical pains female weak ness many have said it is the best medicine to take Try Itl Sold in This City 13 veMcCALL PATTERNS Celebrated fur style perfect fit simplicity and reliability nearly 40 years Sold in nearly every city and town in the United States and Candor by mail direct More sold hall any other make Send for free catalogue McCALLS MAGAZINE More subscribers than any other fashion magazine million a month Invaluable Latest styles patterns dressmaking millinery hairdressincdiquetle patternSubscribeWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prize offers Address tHE McCAlL CO 88 la 2U W S7Ui St NEW YOU BO t AnYOne sending a itetcn and description mf A handsomely IlhntnUed weekly cuUtlon of any scientificyear tour months L Sold by all I r BU tiLacntICANaAd J is a magazine for Leara artKcomiac scknce as tools tical full of pie copy free If this piper Sampson rut Co a Beacon St Boston btaa 1 Photography Interests everybody AUKRICAM 4 PIIOTGRAPIIYlndcsl- trutilul pktoref month ly rle contests pictur criticism questioot sampteogeesit j I American Photography G Beacon St Bonoa class EXPERIENCE YEARS I t IDESIGNSI mtnblCommmuniottondctlrronddntI1 pate1Patenta theScientific Me journal JaIIlI8I rrzaAKICJ eYbodJ1 Dr 2KUes AiiUlain Pius relieve path 1 Ti x = h azrra I rr J x12 l J= + t I Ss D peratellI Coughs met of Dineerous coughs Extremelyan perilous coughs Coughs thatinthe throatrasP and tear lungs Coughs that shake the all whole body You need a regu n fir medicine a doctors medi tine for such a cough Ask your doctor about Ayers Cherry PectoralatpaoUin our formula 7IWe leoholfrom swur you 70u toWI doctorH AnY good doctor will tell you that a medi doe like Ayers Cherry Pectoral cannot andottipated Ask your doctor if he knows Ion inrthing better than Ayers Pills for cor recting this sluggishness of the liver Kid bythJCAyer Co Lowl1Jitso THE HERALD We never meet an old friendll with a new face Judge 0 P Carter and wife of Bonnywere visiting relatives here yesterday It is only six weeks until Christmas and the wise shopper will be gin now to make selectionsfE Dr Taylor Center reports the birth of a girl baby to the wife of Fred Sally of Lacy creek Sun day night November 7alWill Henry Wilson of Daysboro his the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for a nice lot of Spanish red sweet potatoes Mrs Courtney Barker nee Pearl ed Denniston has the thanks of the editor aud his better seveneighths for some delightful eating apples ItSportsmen will soon be treading oer the hills and hollows in search of the elusive quail which ripens on next Monday and can be garnered for thirty daysnZ T Pence wife and son of near West Liberty passed through here Monday en route home from Holly where they had been visit ting They stopped at THE HKKAID office for a social call Strayed November 10 from Ri ley Taulbees premises one red Jersey sow pig no special marks I and weighs about pounds Find er will please return and receive reward RILEY TAULBEEc The editor has had a new paling fence put up in front of his resi dence and if he can get some bne to do the work he has a lot more fencing he wants done before thef heavy frosts of winter set iniThe drouth which has prevailed III I- in this section for some time was c broken by a drizzling rain the 1 1 first of the week which had the effect of replenishing the water iin iome wells that had nearly gone j dry J Dudley Barker of Grassy Creek passed through Hazel Green Tuesday afternoon but stopped at THE HERALD office long enough to have the name of Kelly Henry- S UII I S Montana New York enrolled on our subscription book Mrs Myrtle Keyser of Paintsi Tille came in Sunday with her elevenyearold son whom she placedat the academy for the inter term and she will visit friends in and about Hazel Green for the week j jMrs Frank Elam of our town with her little dang hL ter Carrie to visit Col C I Pugh of Frozen creek father of the for mer He is said to be in a prec riooi condition and Mrs Elam maybe away for a week or more Some of the citizens of this town have made up a fee to pay the manor boy who kills the most rats or mice between now and January 1 10a 3 prize and the one which dames next a 2 prize Provided jwteach one competing for t Iebe aka shall have killed at least 100 j4all within the town boon rf tails will b counted to deter jj the winner and should be Sfdinto Kash Johnson kKuh s r+ Reniloi of HollQi Family On Saturday and Sunday No 6 and 7 the surviving chil of John and Polly Hollon to on Holly creek at the homes Amanda Nathan and T C Hollon and enjoyed most pleas t reunion as this is the first time the about forty years that they have been together at once and J Hollon one of the number sage that only those who have had the pleasure of attending similar gatherings can imagine the pleasure satisfaction that all enjoyed Those of the immediate family present were Mrs Bettie Terrill of the late J H Terrill G W Hollon and wife Newkirk Okla J D Hollon d wife Stillwater Wm Hol and wife J A Sewelland wife Lane S H Hurst Jack n A J Hollon and daughter Mrs Lou Graham Jeffrrsonville Mrs Fannie Perkins and J B Hollon Hazel Green D B Hol Ion and wife Campton Mrs Amanda Hllon widow of Nathan Hollon deceased and her sons John B Thos C and wife Na 1 thaI and wife and her daughter of Malissa and her sister Mrs Martha JSo Murphy of Grassy were present f so it was a reunion of two in one as all of Mrs Amanda Hollons sisters but one were there Saturday night all enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs Hollon and Nathan and wife and j Sunday for dinner all vent to Thos C Hollons where he and j his estimable wife seated his six uncles and three aunts at the din ner table which like his mothers a and Nathans was heavily oad 1 with good things to eat and iit of was agreed by all at the table I that never in life had all the nine eaten together at the same time was unanimously agreed that the family have an annual reunion the 12th and 15th of October and the writer hopes that at oury reunion he may have the j pleasure of meeting all that wereI present on last Sunday and that words spoken and impressionsI made on that day will redound to good of us all Your brother J B Htj A Good Sheriff- A gentleman from Morgan coun ty a few days since told Oar Ma About Town that South Stamper would prove out the heat sheriff Morgan has had in a quarter of a He has collected enough taxes up to dateto insure his quietus for 1909 and through his administration of affairs under Judge Blair the court house will be raid inside the four years The gen tleman said that while South iis strict in collecting he treats every body with due respect and that he will surely be the nominee for th long term One of his deputies John B Amyx also deserves much credit for the way he has collected taxes in his district Mr Stamper reports 200 less delinquents and his claim was 500 200 less than ever present ed by any sheriff The court boos- coat 80770 and under the present administration all claims will be settled within four years Judge Blair Jim Sebastian and Jahiza Haney are the court house com1is mittee and with the assistance of South Stamper at the fiscal court in October all claims were made assessment Here1 to pay the 1909 refers claims made for one year were put over until the next year Tenacity of a Mole S M Tyler one of our near neighbors told us a few days since of a mule colt foaled on his place three years ago which was Haab iafront legs being bent at the knees so it could not walk To save it from misery he tried to get someone to kill it But not succeeding he held it up to the ware so it could get nourishment and subsequently gajiBiMoJohn Jones who raised iton a botteand today it looking mule aa canis as helthy a found in this section which goes tto show that a mule is one of dethe Wrings hard to get rid of under anycircumstances Send ifl the lien 13 i A The Annal Bazaar At a recent meeting of the Ladies Aid Society the ladies voted hold their annual bazaar the proceeds to be divided into three parts equally between the Chris tian and Methodist churches and Cemetery Associationyefires Following are the names of the soliciting committee and all donations handed them will be grate of fully received Mrs George WII Wheeler Mrs M O Carter Mrs Roscoe Shackelford Miss Nancy not Sample Mrs M V Roberts Mrs 101FMrs J P Bickuell faAj year will be an oldtime chicken pie dinner with all necessary con diments Remember time and place J T Days corner store building Main and Broadway Saturday December 11 Hooray For Brown of Gomyville During the recent campaign THE to HERALD published an article signed by D B Pelfrey introducing James F Brown of Gosueyville Republican candidate for assessor Wolfe county to the public different was he represented from what people elsewhere believe the mountaineer to be that the New York Sun of October 81 copied the entire article just as it appeared in our columns It was uudoubtedly done to show the peo pie of the outside world that there are just as noble good Christian people here as anywhere Now letw all our young men emulate the ex amplel of Mr Brown and build up character as he tae made for himself and soon will the stigma an banditti cutthroats and feudists be taken from our people ed An Accomplished Teacher i Miss Lnla Sister Evans who taught in the High School at Honaker Va for the poet two and was such a favorite that fitheschool had engaged her again this year has been employed to teach in the primary department of the Hazel Green Academy until Christmas and possibly during the en ire winter term She entered upon her duties a few weeks since and so far has rendered likenher and the children under her ar devoted to her She is without doubt one of the most proficient teachers of the younger class of j children and her friends hope she may get a permanent engagement f here at home where she has alwaysI been a favorite DRESSMAKING l 0BMrs FN DAYa has just opened a Dressmaking Establishment where she IS pre pared to make all garments for lathes wear and in connection she will be prepared to repair clear and press gentlemens suits there by making an old snit appear as patronageeof the public and guarantees sat isfaction in all cases Her many friends and old customers willt1 recognize the fact that she has had I an experience of thirty years an amply able to meet all demands f TheaBest Bargain la re a d fal matter that your can buy U your local pa byPeti It keeps you posted oa tU doings of the community leThis Paper tswill tell you the thingt you want to know in an entertaining wall will give you all the newt of the community rte every visit will prove a pleasure it gives mow than full value for tU prig asked for IL THINKABOUT IT OH- Paper W uher i jQ yon and yours It aeaaa all tho inter eet Ing news of the wMBnnity of your n igh bon and frieadaof the cborchet andscBoola of eerythivg la witch yet arts inctIJ Med Dost pa hair pia II aWi l 00 c i iit KENTUCKY KERNELS I Carefully Collate and Concisely Ckroiicled Clark county will vote on the license- or no license question December 6 The hunting season has scarely begun we read of many accidents and forest I caused by carelessness I Forest fires destroyed about forty acres fine timber on the farm of John near Upton in Hardin county ii Occasionly we read of some of the pranks of night riders in tile papers but I of such frequent occurrence or heavy as last yearI Dink Graer an aged Barren county while handling a colt was kicked the breast by the animal causing almost instant deatbaFollowing a quarrel over a dime Lee Troutman fired three bullets into U Babe Moore at Lexington Both men are ne groes Troutman ran away Fleming county is said to be overrun with wolves that are killing the sheep that farmers are asking the fiscal court offer a reward for wolf scalps Walter R Day who was sent to the penitentiary for receiving money under false pretenses and forgery was last week pardoned by ActingGovernor Cox The Fleming county grand jury returned two indictments against the Ewing Fair Co charging them with permitting gambling on their premises In the Richmond Circuit court George Settle a Berea lawyer was given a sentence of ten years in the penitentiary for having illicit relations with Dressily Moberly under 16 years of age Grant Triplett expostmaster at Moores Ferry in Bath county was last arrested for selling whiskey without license while postmaster He has already served one term for the same of I tense Acting Governor Cox came near losing eye last week while shooting at the range at long distance target practice near Frankfort The gun he used kick back striking him in the face just below the rye- Robert A Irvin who was in charge of the Soul Winners Methodist college at Clay City and one of the best educate- in the state was found dead in a corn eld last week He was 74 years oldt and death was due to heart failure For the first time in the history of the state will father and son have seats in the senate chamber at the same time when Hon B M Arnett of Nicholas ville will represent the 22nd Senatorial district and his son Hon L M Arnett will represent Renton county at the I AssemblyeThe season of the open grate is here firereport d Among the latest we note where Mary Alice the threeyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Wesley Ire land of Cynthians was playing befon- an open grate when her clothing cough- fire and she was bnrned to death befo aid could reach her Probably the oldest rural route carrier in the United States delivers the mail on route No2 out of the Midway posto6c- isHe William E Cropper and Thursday his friends assembled to eel brate his 81st birthday He has been the mail for the past six years nd during that time lost only one day and this was on account of sickness At Winchester while searching in the debris of Court View hotel which was destroyed by fire last January Bennett Thomas who occupied a room in the thirdstory fcund his gold watch which was lost at that time It was bright- shiny o and uninjured when found and a it was a keepsake from his randfalhe find was a valuable one H Bush also found seven silver spoon- d I heirlooms which were lost at the same fire Chris Price of the Sunrise vicinity has an apple tree which was set in his orchard in 1881 It is strong vigorous and prolific bearing tine large red apples tree has evenly distributed branches nd foliage covering an area of ground 43 feet in diameter Its parent body measures 4 feet in circumference and extends 34 feet high Its three main branches average twenty inches circumference I Mr Price asks who has larger tree Lexington Herald Fourteenyearold Josie Pervis had finished I washing dishes at her fathers home four miles east of Owingsyille and had gone into another room to ward her hands but before doing so stooped1 down to caress a fourUen months old baby sister fastened in a little chair before the fire With her back to the grate her skirts of outiugcloth caught fire She ran nut of the house screaming but before assistance reached her her ctything was consumed and her body burned so that she died in a few hours Josie was a daughter of Thomas Pervis and was fathers housekeeper Children Cry FIR FLETCHERS C StTORiA udk t1IIL The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been Iin use for over SO years has borne the signature of i and has been made under his sow supervision since perIIAllow no to youin All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperIence against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and oothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance Its tiger 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 and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of J I The Kind You toAlways Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMI CNTIUK OOUMNT TT MUIIIIAV TOCCT KtW 10 CITY xs ITthe oldest and the largest banks that are the safest Observation and experience answers 101I Then deposit your money in a bank that is under control 3 A bank that loans its money in small sums well distributed and well secured reAbank that is conservative and will protect its depositors This opportunity is offered you byJJ The HAZEL GREEN BANK H F PIERATT President R H PATTON Cashier I WINTER IS COMING roand we are now prepared to help you get ready for it Our Fall and Winter line of MILLINERY Dry Goods and Notions is complete An Elegant Display of Beautiful Pattern Hats Tiinitirtf Herts etc A Beautiful Selection of Tailored Suits Coats and Skirtsii for Ladies Misses and Children Nothing but the best and latest to osell you Prices reasonable Your patronage solicited rYours truly TROYaKash JohnsonKashDEALERS IN General MerchandiseCO- UNTRY PRODUCE cfHAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the- a now 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 SHOES a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and qualty for WOMEN AND MEN arid sell them at the lowest margin of refit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes of our former immense stock 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 RASH JOHNSON KASH For Sale630 fine select oak trees within 4 miles of Cannel City and one mile of Licking nver Call on my partner L C Patrick LykiuB Ky B F MCCLURE I its one deceive are t For SaleTwo of the PiEr ttI cottages for less than the lumber and lot can be bought One acre in each lot five rooms in each house Apply at this office t10 l Jii r J r oMcc 0 CCt C F JI 2 I r rr wI r J r 1 Desperate 1I Coughs of met coughs ExtremelyDangerous perilous coughs Coughs that ant F Frasp and tear the throat andlU lungs Coughs that shake theal whole body You need a regu n Jar medicine a doctors medicine for such a cough Ask a your doctor about Ayers er Cherry Pectoralat 1wpnbUin our formal W bulih aloholpI mOl1I81ue toWJ doctorHl Any good doctor will tell you that a medi ccine like Ayers Cherry Pectoral cannot do its best work if the bowels are con pated Ask your doctor If he knows Ion seyth1ng better than Ayers Pills for cor I reeling this sluggishness of the liver i i Mttt T th L C Ayer Co Lowell XSCi 1t mE HERALD 1 = We never meet an old friend 1with a new faceH1 Judge 0 P Carter and wife of Bonnywere visiting relatives hero t jtBterday is only six weeks until Christ IIItand the wise shopper will be now to make selections Dr Taylor Center reports the 1birth of a girl baby to the wife- of Fred Sally of Lacy creek Sun day night November 7 Will Henry Wilson of Daysboro t has the thanks of the editor and l fl his better seveneighths for a niceI e lot of Spanish red sweet potatoes Mrs Courtney Barker nee Pearll ed Denniston has the thanks of theI f t I editor and his better seven eighth s II for some delightful eating apples ItSportsmen will soon be treading i oer the hills and hollows in search II of the elusive quail which ripens on II next Monday tend can be garneredI 4 for thirty days Z T Pence wife and son ofr near West Liberty passed through here Monday en route home from j Holly where they had been visit ing They stopped at THE HKHAID office for a social call 1 Strayed November 10 from RI- ley Taulbees premises one redI J Jersey sow pig no special marks and weighs about 25 pounds Finde- rj er will please return and receive f reward RILEY TAULBEEc 1 The editor has had a new paling j fence put up in front of his resi dente and if he can get some one y to do the work he has a lot more fencing he wants done before the t1 heavy frosts of winter set in J The drouth which has prevailed in this sectiou for some time was broken by a drizzling rain th first of the week which had the effect replenishing the water iin tome wells that had nearly gone dry J Dudley Barker of Grassy Creek passed through Hazel Green Tuesday afternoon but stopped atedI I THE HERALD office long enough to have the name of Kelly Henry- S UJJ J I S Montana New York enrolled on our subscription book Mrs Myrtle Keyser of Points rills came in Sunday with her eleven year old son whom sIein placedat the academy for tIeto winter term and she will visit friends in and about Hazel Gre for the week Mrs Frank Elam of our town left Satarday with her little daughter i Carrie to visit Col C I Pughti of Frozen creek father of the fo mer He is said to be in a precat none condition and Mrs Elam maybe away for a week or more Some of the citizens of this town have made up a fee to pay the m illht3or boy who kills the most rats orl- I1ice between now and January 1- gIO a 3 prize and the one which r Wines next a 2 prize Provided satteach one competing for the 18 shall have killed at least 100 boundsl1e shouldsJ iNdinto Kaah Johnson do Kuh 1 1 r Reunion of Holloi Ftiiilj On Saturday and Sunday November G and 7 the surviving chil i dren of John and Polly Hollon to on Holly creek at the homes Amanda Nathan and T C Hollon and enjoyed a most pleas reunion as this is the first time the about forty years that they have l been together at once and J Hollon one of the number says that only those who have had the pleasure of attending similar gath ings can imagine the pleasure satisfaction that all enjoyed Those of the immediate family F were Mrs Bettie Terrill of the late J H Terrill olly G W Hollon and wife Newkirk Okla J D Hollon and wife Stillwater Wm Hoi and wife J A Sewell and wife Lane S H Hurst Jack n A J Hollon and daughter Mrs Lou Graham Jeffcrsonville Mrs Fannie Perkins and J B Hollon Hazel Green D B Hol lon and wife Campton Mrs Amanda Hollou widow of Nathan ed deceased and her sons John B Thos Cand wife Na 1 thar and wife and her daughter of Malissa and her sister Mrs Mar So tha Murphy of Grassy were pres f ent so it was a reunion of two families in one as all of Mrs t Amanda Hollons sistfrs but one 1were there Saturday night all enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs Hollon and Nathan and wife and j and Sunday for dinner all went to plj uncles and three aunts at the din ner table which like his mothers a and Nathans was heavily load 1 with good things to eat and iit of was agreed by all at the table 1 that never in life had all the nine eaten together at the same time was unanimously agreed that the family have an annual reunion j the 12th and 15th of October and the writer hopes that at oury next reunion he may have theI pleasure of meeting all that wereI present on last Sunday and that words spoken and impressions j i made on that day will redound to the good of us all Your brother J B HtA Good SheriffCJA gentleman from Morgan coun ty a few days since told Our lla About Town that South would prove out the heat sheriff Morgan has had in a quarter of- entury a He has collected enough taxes up to dateto insure his quie tus for 1909 and through his administration of affairs under JudgeII Blair the court house will be raidII for inside the four years The gen tleman said that while South is strict in collecting he treats every body with due respect and that he will surely be the nominee for the deputieseJohn B Amyx also deserves much credit for the way he has collects taxes in his district Mr Stamper reports 200 less delinquents and his claim was J 500 200 less than ever pre3nt by any sheriff The court boos cost 30770 and under the present administration all claims will be settled within four years Judge Blair Jim Sebastian and Jahiza Haney are the court house cora mittee and with the assistance of South Stamper at the fiscal court October all claims were made pay the 1909 assessment Here tofdre claims made for one year yeaetenacity of a Mole S M Tyler one of our near neighbors told us a few days since of a mule colt foaled on his placer three years ago which was nnab to stand and suckle the dam its front legs being bent at the knees so it could not walk To save it from misery he tried to get some one to kill it But not succeeding held it up to the Ware so it could get nourishment and subse quently gohnJones who raised it in a bottle nd today It is as he thy a looking mule as can be found in this section which goes tdflhow that a mule is one o the t rage hard to get rid of under lreums taneeS beany Send IB the sets L 11 I t 1 Tie Anual Bazaar At a recent meeting of the La dies Aid Society the ladies voted hold their annual bazaar the proceeds to be divided into three parts equally between the Chris tian and Methodist churches and Cemetery AssociationYI Following are the tames of thefi soliciting committee offs all donations handed them will be gratefully of received Mrs George W Wheeler Mrs M O Carter Mrs Roscoe Shackelford Miss Nancy Sample Mrs M V Roberts Mrs j N Day Mrs John H Rose and Mrs J P Bickuell A now feature of the bazaar this j in year will be an oldtime chicken i pie dinner with all necessary cn diments Remember time and place J T Days corner store building Main and Broadway Saturday l December 11 Hooray For Brown of Gomyville During the recent campaign THE to HERALD published an article sign by D B Pelfrey introducin James F Brown of Gosneyville Republican candidate for assessor Wolfe county to the public different was he represented from what people elsewhere believe the mountaineer to be that the New York Sun of October 81 copied the entire article just as it appeared in our columns It wasI undoubtedly done to show the people of the outside world that there are just as noble good Christian here as anywhere Now let our young men emulate the ex ample of Mr Brown and build up character as he has made for himselfand soon will the stigma banditti cutthroats and feudistI be taken from our people An Accomplished Teacher l Miss Lula Sister Evans who taught in the High School at Honaker Va for the paet two ars and was such a favorite tin the faculty or principal of thaschool had engaged her again this year has been employed to teach in the primary department of thet Hazel Green Academy until Christ mas and possibly during the en winter term She entered upl her duties a few weeks since and so far has rendered entire likae artdevoted to her She is withou- doubt one of the most proficient teachers of the younger class of children and her friends hope eh j may get a permanent engagement here at home where she has always been a favorite DRESSMAKING 0Mrs FN DAY has just opened a Dressmaking Establishment where she IS prepared to make all garments for tactics wear and in connection she will be prepared to repair clean and press gentlemens suits thereby making an old suit appear as patronageeof the public and guarantees satisfaction in all cases Her many friends and old customers wi11the recognize the fact that she has had an experience of thirty years and is amply able to meet all demands The- r Best Bargain la reading utter that your bsoaeJ can buy is your local pa pet It Pape you potted oa tie doings of the community leThis Paper win tell you the things you want to now la an entertaining way will give you all the news of the community ita every visit will prove a pleasure it gives more than full value for the price asked for it o w ItaTHINKABOUT IT fPapermoue jQ you and your It aasa ratereet IM news of the oeosaaaair of your neigh bars and frieadirftfaecharclieeaadecaooia of evaythiag la wWdI JOII are irsct- iaearted Dont s iWaII era Il a rYwrY 4 e KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collate and Concisely Ckroiicled Clark county will vote on the license- or no license question December 6 The hunting season has scarely begun we read of many accidents and forestI caused by carelessness Forest fires destroyed about forty acres fine timber on the farm of John Smith near Upton in Hardin countyiI i Occasionly we read of some of the pranks of night riders in tile papers but I not of such frequent occurrence or heavy losses as last year Dink Graer an aged Barren county farmer while handling a colt was kicked the breast by the animal causing al most instant death Following a quarrel over a dime Lee Troutman fired three bullets into Babe Moore at Lexington Both men are ne gross Troutman ran away Fleming county is said to be overrun with wolves that are killing the sheep that farmers are asking the fiscal court offer a reward for wolf scalps Walter R Day who was sent to the undergfalse pretenses and forgery was last week pardoned by ActingGovernor Cox The Fleming county grand jury returned two indictments against the Ewing Fair Co charging them with permitting gambling on their premises In the Richmond Circuit court George Settle a Berea lawyer was given a sen fence of ten years in the penitentiary for having illicit relations with Drusilly Moberly under 16 years of age Grant Triplett expostmaster at Moores Ferry in Bath county was last week arrested for selling whiskey with out license while postmaster He has already served one term for the same of tense Acting Governor Cox came near losing an eye last week while shooting at the tangs at long distance target practice near Frankfort The gun he used kick ed back striking him in the face just below the eye- Robert A Irvin who was in charge of the Soul Winners Methodist college at Clay City and one of the best educators corntfield last week He was 74 years old nd death was due to heart failure For the first time in the history of the state will father and son have seats in the senate chamber at the same time wheu Hon B M Arnett of Nicholas ville will represent the 22nd Senatorial district and his son Hon L M Arnett rill represent Renton county at the next session of the General Assembly The season of the open grate is here fireenotte where Mary Alice the threeyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Wesley Ire j landof Cynthiann was plaving before- e an open grate when her clothing fire and she was bnrned to death hero aid could reach her Probably the oldest rural route carrier in the United States delivers the mail on route No2 out of the Midway postolice He is William E Cropper and lee t Thursday his friends assembled to cele brate his 81st birthday He has been carrying the mail for the past six years and during that time lost only one day and this was on account ofsickness At Winchester while searching in the debris of Court View hotel which was destroyed by fire last January Bennett Thomas who occupied a room in the third story fcund his goldwatch which was lost at that time It was bright shiny and uninjured when foundand as it was a keepsake from his grandfather find was a valuable one H W Bush also found seven silver spoons heirlooms which were lost at the same fireChris Price of the Sunrise vicinity has an apple tree which was set in his orchard in 1881 It is strong vigorous and prolific bearing tine large red apples The tree has evenly distributed branches and foliage covering an area of ground 43 feet in diameter Its parent body measures 4 feet in circumference and extends 34 feet high Its three main branches average twenty inches circum ference Mr Price asks who has a larger tree Lexington Herald Fourteenyearold Josie Pervis had fin ished washing dishes at her fathers home four miles east of Owingsyille and had gone into another room to wardIa her hands but before doing so stooped down to caress a fourteen monthsold baa by sister fastened in a little chair before the fire With her back to the grate her skirts of outiugcloth caught fire She ran out of the house screaming but be fore assistance reached her her ctything was consumed and her body burned so that she died in a few hours Josie was daughter of Thomas Pervis and was her fathers housekeeper hildren Cry JFIR fLETCHEISII C STORIAI I it M The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of been made under his sonal supervision since its perIi Allow no one todeceive you in All Counterfeits Imitations and II Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor OH Pareg- orIc Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures DIarrhraa and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of 0o The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMC KNTAUH eOMMNT TT YYrorECT MCWVOIIIKCfTY P IS ITthe oldest and the largest banks that are the safest Observation experience answers NO I Then deposit your money in a bank that is under control A bank that loans its money in small sums well distrib i ufed and well secured- A bank that is conservative will protect its depositors i This oppr rtunity is offered you by The HAZEL GREEN BANK E F PIERATT President R E PATTON Cashier t4WINTER IS COMING reand we are now prepared to help you get ready for it Our Fall and Winter line of MILLINERYDry is complete An Elegant Display of Beautiful Pattern Hats Tiirrirrfe 1 Herts 1 1Etc A Beautiful Selection of Tailored Suits Coats and Skirts for Ladies Misses and Children Nothing but the best and latest to sell you Prices reasonable Your patronage solicited I Yours truly i MAPBL TROY Kash JohnsonXashII DEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the now 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 Stc and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES specialty We have them in all the varied styles and qualty for WOMEN AND MEN and sell them at the lowest margin of rofit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes of our former immense stock 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 KASH JOHNSON RASH For Sale C30 fine select oak trees within 4 miles of Cannel City and one mile of Licking nver Call on my partner L C Patrik Lykiua Ky B F MCCLURE and has and and For SaleTwo of the PiEr tt cottages for less than the lumber and lot can be bought One acre in each lot five rooms in each house Apply at this office Ie f i I T 7n 1 fy f 4C c n 7 r r rd = n- J d HeadacheFor I keep Dr Miles AntiPain Pills OB hand all the time and would not think of taking a journey without them no mat ter kow short a distance I amr going I have a sister that has had terrible headaches for years and I coaxed her to try them and they helped her so much she now keeps them by her all the time From my own experience I I cannot praise them I enough MRS LOU M CHURCHILL 63 High St Pcnacook N H Many persons have headache after any little excitement or ex ertioa They cannot attend church lectures entertainments or ride om trains without suffer ing Those who suffer in this way should try Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills They give almost instant relief without leaving any disagreeable aftereffects as they do not derange the stomach or bowels just a pleasurable sense of relief follows their use Get a package from your drug gist Take it according to directions and if it does not benefit he will return your money i 300000 tiN CASH PRIZES TO AGENTS OF THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER OF CINCINNATI OHIO p Besides a Liberal Commission that will insure to Solicitors 510000 a month and better- ICishpriMof r0000 1 Cash prize oJ JIOOOO 1 Cash prize of 20000 1 Cash prize of 10000 i 4 Cub prizes of 75 each 80000e 4 Cub prizes of 60 each 24000 8 Cash prizes of 50 each 40000 12 Cash prizes of 25 each 30000 11 Cash prizes of 15 each 1600 7 Cub prizes of 10 each 7000 I 50 Cash prizes amounting to 257500 EXTRA STATE PRIZES 1 Extra prize for Ohio S 10000 1 Extra prize for fIndiana 7500 1 Extra prize for Illinois 5000 1 Extra prize for Kentucky 5000 1 Extra prize for Virginia or West Virginia 5000 4 Cull prizes for States not mused here of25lch 10000 i GRAND TOTAL OF N 59 Cull prizes ajwarilng to 300000 p y paSolicitors t th1amountyearlySubscriptions Subscriptioncontest Hence Solicitors have no occasion to fear opposition from thatt source i Send for terms get an early start Earnest work will bring you 500I a day I ENQUIRER COMPANYCINCINNATI l 0 KILL THE COUCH MO CURE THE LUNGS i Kingsii Nnr DiscoveryF- QR i COOLDSP11I Fret MI AU TllRfAT AND LUNlDOUILES i 11iSATIBFAQTGYi We Buy II FURSHides Wool Fuihen Tallow Bectwu ClaM l WeflowRootidayAp1aWild daJanlatabIi i 4 Louinillt adaD do betterfor you ttu agean cr ImacLiati Rttaaut woollyboasA SabelASo22- 9EaUrieiSt LOUISrrttEKy DR C H WILLII PHYSICIAN A i SU1GEON HAZEL G EEN KY Offers hIs profestiorfal eervioea to the cHi xeai of Hazel Greenland Borroanding tlllictiearooej 1 pn +Pt k i Y a + + + + + +o + + + + The Conquest + ByDrFRXDERICKACOOK t Copyright 1909 by the New York + Herald Company Registered In Canada In Accordance With Copyright Act Copyright In Hex ico Under Laws of the Republic + ol Mexico All Right Reservedi E ABLY in January of 1908 the campaign opened A few sleds were sent to the American shores to explore a route and to advance supplies Clouds and storms made the moonlight days dart and therefore these advance expeditions were only partly successfulOn 19 1908 the main expedi tion started for the pple Eleven men driving 103 dogs and moving 11 heave fly loaded sleds left the Greenland shore and pushed westward over the troublesome Ice of Smith sound to Cape Sabine The glom of the long winter night was but little relieved by a few hours of daylight and the temperature was very lowEightythree Degrees Below Passing through a valley between Ellesmere Land and Grinnell Land from the head of Flagler bay in crossing to the Pacific slopes the tempera tare fell to 83 degrees F below zero In BaJ fiord many musk oxen were secured and though the winter frost BELLES ON R was at its lowest there was little wind and with an abundance of fresh meat and also fat for fuel the life in the snow house proved fairly comfortable The ice in Eureka and Manse sounds proved fairly smooth and long marches were made With an i dance of gamemusk oxen bears an bares we found it quite unnecessary to use the supplies taken from Green land Caches of food and ammunition were left along Heiberg Island for return theIii Thus we Willing managed Savage to Handajj trails and in excellent fighting trim to the end of known lands Camping in the chill of the frowning cUlls of the jj northernmost coast Svartevog weIii looked out over the heavy ice of the polar seas through eyes which been hardened to the worst of polar environmentsThere at hand an abundance of supplies with willing savage hands and a superabundance of brute fore In overfed pelts but for a greater cer tainty of action over the unknown reii glons beyond I resolved to reduce the force to the smallest numbers con sistent with the execution of the problem in band We bad traveled nearly 400 miles in twentyeight days There remained a line of 520 miles of unknowable trouble to be overcome before our could be reached For this final tas we were provided with every conceiv able device to ease this bard lot but in addition to a rduced party 1 now definitely resolved to simplify the entire equipment At Svartevog a blg cache was made In this cache fresh meat todnu pemmican and much 6th er food together with nil discarded articles of equipment were left In the northward advance every f factor of the dog train bad been care i tully watched and studied to provid- a perfect working force for the final reach over the polar sea Ewklsbn- and Ahwelah two young Eskimos each twenty years old had been chosen u best fitted to be my sole compan ions Jn the long run of destiny Twen tysix dogs were picked and upon two i sleds were Iloaded nil our needs for stay of eighty days j j All For Progress I To have increased this party would supplleOrre s mortIdaysWith jiI we had before us advance stations ware ii impossible A large expedition abd a heavy equipment seemed Imprudent I We must win or lose In a ftort it high pressure and therefore o of the Pole + J J I 14 J i + EightyThree Degrees Be + Ii 4 I ilowWilling Savage Hands Marching Over the Polar Ii Seas J 1 J +I 1 FIFTH ARTICLE I absolute control and case of adapta bility to a changing environment ma be assured It Is impossible to adequately control the complex human temperament j of unknown men in the polar wilderII ness but the two Eskimo boys cos be trusted to follow to the limit of my own endeavors and our sleds we burdened only with absolute necessi ties Cutting Down Weight Because of the importance of a Ug and efficient equipment much care wasI taken to eliminate every ounce I hickIlOryevery S fiber was gouged out The Iron sboi were ground thin and in every way weight of nearly everything was 61 dnced even after leaving headquar ters The little train therefore which fol lowed me into the farther mystery was composed of two sleds each carrying GOO pounds drawn by 13 dogs under the lash of an expert i I ESKIMO THE JOHN BRADLEY prolonged driver The combined freight was follows Ietnmicnn 805 pounds mask ox tenderloin 50 pounds todnu 25 pounds tea 2 pounds coffee 1 pound sugar 25 pounds condensed milk pounds milk biscuits CO pounds compresseddpetro- Ileum 40 pounds wood alcohol 2 pounds candles S pounds matches pound EquipmentThe thealoefollowing articles One blow tire lamp Jeuel 3 aluminium palls 3 alumini um cups 3 aluminium teaspoons 1 ta blespoon 3 tin plates 6 pocketknives 2 butcher knives 10 inches 1 saw knits 13 Inches 1 long knife 15 loch tVtnchesdcartridges 1 hatchet 1 Alpine personalbabSThe sled equipment was 2 sleds foled ing canvas boat 34 pounds 1 silk tent bagsifor sled repairs screws nails and riv eta The instruments were as follows Three compasses J sextant 1 artificial1 horizon glass 1 pedometer 3 pocket chronometers 1 watch charts map makiog material and instruments 3 barometerk 1 camera films notebooks and pen cils The personal bags contained tour ex tra pairs of kamlks with fur stockings a woolen shirt three pairs of sealskin mittens two pairs of fur mittens a piece of blanket a sealskin coat net sha a repair kit for mending clothing and dog harness era fox tails On the march we wore snow goggles blue fox coats kapltahs birdskln panetstitts y I Po n4 n stockings Wp tkwas I Helping the Advance On thSmoraing of March 18 prep P4rtyThe I faor this purpose Koolootingwab and Inn gito were selected The other six Es limos prepared to return One sled was left with the cache to Insure a good vehlcjp for oqr return In case thetea foutpAAr sen sound from the northwest bqt ttsdid not interfere with the starting oftthose home going Eskimos witb abundant game for the return they re quired little but ammunition to SQpot ply their wants When the word wu given to atart a ihe dogs Rene 1beredthe 1lt I I fI were spanned with a jump Soon tJ disappeared In the rush of driving whipsswere aui the last which we heard of the faithful swage supporters They had followed not for pay but for a real desire to be helpful from the dark days of the ending of night to the bright nights of the coming double days and their parting enforced a pang of loneliness Startjour faces it was quite Impossible for us to start so we withdrew to the snow Igloo entered our bags and slept a few hours longer At noon the horizon cleared The wind veered to the south atwest and came with an endurable force The dogs had been doubly ledIthe night before They were not be fed again for two days The 1 IIl pounds of freight were packed on our Idsleds and quickly we slipped around deep grooves in the great poliocrystte refloesa The snow had been swept from Ithe Ice by the force of the preceding storms and the speed attained by Itdogs through even rough ice was such IIthat It was difficult to keep tar enough I ahead to get a good course ItThe crevasses and pressure lines gII4 I Ilittle trouble at first but the hard regularity of the bared Ice offered a ourssoBt among miniature mountains of sea ice On a course slightly west of north we soon sank the bold headland which raises the northern point of Heiberg Island Camp Ila Pitched After a run of twentysix miles we pitched camp on a floe berg of unusual height There were many big hum mocks about to the lee of which were great banks of hardened snow Away from land it Is always more difficult to find snow suitable for cutting build lug Mocks but here was an abundance conveniently placed In the course of an hour a comfortable palace of crys tal was erected and into It we crept out of the piercing wind The first days march over the circumpolar sea was closed with a good record The dogs curled up and went to sleep without a call as It they knew there would be no food until the morrow My wild companions covered their faces wltb their convenient long hair and sank quietly into a comfortable slumber but tor me sleep was Qultp Impossible Letters must be written The whole problem of our campaign must be again carefully studied and final plans must he made not only to reach our ultimate destination bnt for the returning parties nnd for the secu city of the things at Annootok Impossible to Foretell Return It was difficult at this time to even guess at the probable line of our return to land Much depended upon conditions encountered in the north ward route Though we had left caches of supplies with the object of returning along Nansen sound into Cannon fiord and over Arthur Land- I entertained grave doubts of our abllI lity to return this way If the ice drifted strongly to the east we might not be given the choice ot working out eventaswe would be carried perhaps helplessly to Greenland nnd must seek a return either along the east coast or the west 4mast dangerotPea wonlUkeep us alive to the west and to the east It seemed possible to reach Shan 1non Island where the BaldwinZtegler expedition had abandoned a large cache of supplies It appeared not improbable also that n large land exten might offer a sate return much farther west Franckec Instructions Because of this uncertainty Francke was Instructed to walt until June 5 i 1008 and if we did not return he was told to place Eoolootlngwah in charge and go home either by the whalers or by the Danish ships to the south No relief which he could offer wool help us and to walt for an Indefinite time alone would have Inflicted a need less hardship This and many other instructions were prepared for Koo lootlngwab and Inugito to take bad In the morning the frost in had been swept from the air but the remained a humid chill which pierced to the bones The temperature was minus 50 F A light air came fromI the west and tbe sun burned in freezing blue After a few hours march the 1Ice changed In character Tbe extensive thick fields gave place to moderate sized floes The floes were by zones of troublesome crushed i J thrown Into high pressure lines which offered serious barriers 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