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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d I t n tjr r J f l HE HERALDEstabliahedMarch A o = == lntheStory ofJonathanandHisContinentby Max OReU = 0 1 Oi t The Oldest Mst Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains U SIOO a Year in da CeITWENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER IS 1909 NUMBER IiIi1Biington and Eastern Railway I r Time Table in Effect June 21 1908 llWEST BOUND 1 11101 03 = 0 ti STATIONS Dailyex Sunday DndaaySuiidl 1 I AMLve1slacbon jjIi uwI I I 04KJuuct 0 16 pin 25 pm 7U tattrve Je 7 117 3 20 pw jH am- i i i TorrentMj Nat Brtdgt 7 3U 45 IIWi13i IIIWfiUi pm Sao Sti am um- l Campton Ju 7 4S b7 pmt =Sow S 15 uw 4 26 pm SM inn 10Clay am- i LJtEJnncn 9 00 am Im uw mWloehesterr Lexton ar 9 55 am G 15 lollO uwII i EAST BOUND IIIh t omllihSi ICo4 1 No2 Dailyauda1 fit PMLTCI 8nnday I IuudayI amri 2 3S pmt20lL Iuebe tt r 0t0 aim 2 PW uuenou11 U2am3 4p pmi401LI 140 9 4419 10 amI353 pm1141Swaton 4 3G pw Cawptou Juuta 9 3b pin 4 35 pm a7Nat Bridge 57I 9 43 am E 447 pw62 Torrent 9 56 am 510 oini7U HtaUY eJe70iIO 17 aw pml90 OiK Juncni90lU 15 am 5 2inin94 Jack60uI H11 20 HUI CONNECTIONS =luau Nos land 1 1 1LEJwatvoaf with the C OKy for Jit Sterling CA MOS JCSCTIOX Trains Nos 1 2 i 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central J By for Pine Kulse and CampionB- KATTYVLLK JIMTIUX =1 rains No2 will wale connection at Iteuttyville June with the L and A Railway for passengers from Keatty villeto and O K JtslTlUsTruins Noa 3aud 4 f J connect with the O C K Kailway for local I stations on the O K Kailway ManagerF j I I I OMo KcntllGRge fii1wa1j i I j ff lime Table May 21 I9O6 t t WEST BOUND I j f No33 SSII i No21- Dailyf ex =I ISTATIONS = Daily ex Sunaym m Sunday f f PJIAaIO Cauuel SII 2 22 PMAna 1 f 4 55 11i Ilelechawa 20 12 laIi 45 l3Lee City 13 12 I ji 51j3 10 I 27 OK Junction 0 11 15 3 00Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND IS S No 22 = STATIONS = Daily ea L Sunayll I Sunday 1 AMLVB PMLVE 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 le City 11 1 23 g 24 13 Hawptou 13 14 8 37 10 Vilhurst 20 151 925 10KJunction22 2 25 9 SO 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nog 21 and 22 will make close connectioi at 0 K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington aud Eastern Rail t CONLEYt it J i MOlliltaiIl Icii1ia1 Ra1roa No 1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE i 6OOamCamptonll30am 200 p m Campion GOOp No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPAP v r 7 80 amCauipu JunclO 05 am 3 80 pmCampn June 440 p f The Mountain Central makes f connection with all L E pas longer trains B F BOLINC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON fc INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and x counties that be carries a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes td i awaythelSpecial caskets supplied on 24 4 it hours notice finest made if ordered I Teams and backs furnished funerals j1 4 Ahocanfillorderefortombetones c gEWELL C RUSE t Notary Public t I STILLWATER KY i of citizensWolfe of- T aIOllte patronagehI executeOJicut oe 9Ffti i 1Joj f COUNTY NEWSon Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi i ally distaii t frieit ds BURKHARTI Burk I1Ir and Mrs Kelson Risuer vis ited relatives at Insko Sunday Billy Elam returned Saturday from Camp Christy in Breathitt county where he had been work ngBill IIhll Yocum assisted by several conducted church services I here Saturday and Sunday A large crowdattended all services One addition to the church was the result Mr and Mrs Leonard Patrick I and Mr and Mrs Heddie Tyler of Netty were here Sunday Both young couples and take THE HERALD Thisie an example others INovKills Her Foe of 20 Years The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesville Me was dyspepsia suffered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely sleep After many remedies had failed and severall doctors gave me up I tried Electric Bitters which cured me com pletely Now I can eat anything overjoyIback again For indigestion loss of appetite kidney trouble lame back female complaints its un equaled Ony oOc at all dealers MURPHY FORK Lost week Bob Motley bought good cow from Ben Murphy for f21 FzelIleft Monday for Middletown Ohir to join her husband Jim Murphy and wife spent Sunday at the home of 1Vus Swango on Pleasant Hill Couch aud wife of Magof IIJeff spent Sunday at the 1home of Mrs Laura Murphy in this section have IFarmerR raid on the corn are gathering it in fast Mrs Amanda Lawson returned1I Saturday from a weeks visit at Scranton She was a guest of the Elam family George load of Oklahoma iis visiting friends and relatives iin this and other sections his firs appearance in four years The creek was alive Sunday withIr handsome young men and lovei girls couldnt catch on to ths wrinkle but supposed they wer swapping sweethearts The first dedication of any pub tic school in Morgan county was held Saturday at the Ben schoolhouse The opening speech was delivered by J P Wheeler of West Liberty followed by George Goad of Oklahoma Both were classical addresses The recitations dialogues and singing were well performed by the scholars inrstructions At intervals some ex seTs lections were rendered by Ham zel Green and some oldtime vio tin solos by Uncle Hiram Greer of Ezel The whole concluded with a laughable sketch entitled A Jack tor every Jill After the dinner was spread and eaten the immense crowd witnessed a ballI gamp between the Hazel Green and Murphy Fork clubs which resulted in a victory for the Murphy Fork boys by a score of 11 to 5t The box supper came off at night+ which was pronounced a success Beautiful maidens from every where came with boxes of delicious eatables which sold like hot cakes The highest box 8 30 wet four boxes brought 2140 All weal nine happy feelj ing flint they had been to a grand ent rtainmeut ov15 TULIP IYoung man marry a homely iirl if you are fond of good bis snits All a pretty girl knows about doogh is to spend it tiJ 2 n TO CORRESPONDENTS Jllil your items early so they will reach our office Iolldllvifnot he i uhlisheil unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only PEKIN gotoP M Moore sold a nice cow to John Little for 18 Miss Edna Hale is visiting at Campton this week A B Hale bought a nice colt from G C Nickell for 50 John McGuire returned home Sunday from the blue grass T F Ward sold a nice colt to J D Henry last week for 120 nicecalvesSome of the West Liberty belles attended church at this place Sun dayS S Bishop sold his farm to Castle last week for 1250 has rented a farm of K 11 CouchStanley Ward has gone to the blue grass to work in tobucco His father fears ho will learn to use the weed Last Saturday the writer A B Hale and wife Ellis DeBusk andI wife John halo and mother Stir ah Maiy and Charley DeBusk at tended a birthday party at Mrs Calvin Roses it being her thirtieth anniversary About fifty people took dinner with her and she reoI calved a gift from nearly everyone present Revs John Barker and Powellj Rose were invited to hold religious services at night A very largo crowd was out They spoke with great power and a good meet resultaNoy 15 CAPITOLA Young Girls are Victims of heodachps as well as old women but all get quick relief and prompt LifehPills the worlds best remedy for i sick and nervous headaches They j make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Try I them 25c at all dealers ii STILLWATERII D B 1 your correspondent Sunday I Willis Lykins of Grassy preach ed at Stillwater bridge Sunday- S H Rose has been confined to his room but is improving slowly AtRose of Hazel Green Sunday- eight wasyattendsIL L Rose and family expect to leave here this week for Middle town Ohio where they will make homeyRevs Jeff Brewer and K K Spencer left here Saturday for Baile field on Holly to conduct a series of meetings Rev Henry Barker and son Dudley of Grassy were visiting friends and relatives on this creek Saturday and Sunday Mrs R J Rose returned homes Saturday from J A Roses of your town where she had been visiting for the past month S C Rose and wife and Ninnie and Omar Brewer visited Thomas Rose and family in The Gala boose Saturday aud Sunday Mrs Steve Collier of Big Stone Gap Va has been visiting John Russell and other relatives in this section for the past three weeks J D Hunter of Cannel City D S C Jr O U A DL met with the members of the Trent Council No 111 Monday night and gave an interesting talk antf last week to spend a few days vis itiug relatives and friends in and around Jackson Cleveland and James OHair andl James Brewer of Trent and Enoc Nickell of Red river accompanied by some others left for Louisiana Wednesday morning to work i the timber business Nov 15 DOMKOO 1 i = cO I I co LANDSAW Howard Halsey and James S Tester went to Frozen Sunday Miss Louis Sweeney of Simp son is visiting her sister Mrs J J Landrum Born to the wife of E T Kash Thursday November 11 a girl Ada Thelma Miss Caroline Taylor visited the Murphy school one day last week and she speaks well of it Mrs J M Tester whosq illness was mentioned last week is somewhat better at this writing Tuesdayforpurchase goods for his store Revs James Madden and Mae Tyra preached at Murphy school house Sunday to a large crowd Curtis Childers who has been iii yearsisBreck Maloney of this place will remove Tuesday to Jefferson ville Montgomery county whero bo has bought a home W II Tackett passed through this place Sunday morning and back in the evening We suppose that he had been visiting at W II TaylorsProf K M Halsey spent Saturday evening ned putt of Sunday at J J Landrums It seems that Miss Lenis Sweeney of Frozen was the attraction- A Mr Hampton wis in this section last week in the interest of the Winchester Bank and to say that ho was talking would be puttingi it very lightly Several of the farmers of this place are putting out nice young orchards This is something that every farmer should do Itollin Combs tho hustler and teamster of this section is still jhauling ties to Helechawa He will soon finish the boundary of timber he bought of John Cham bers Nov 15 Axox Lamo back comes on suddenly and is extremely painful It is caused by rheumatism ot the mus cles Quick relief is afforded by applying Chamberlains Liniment Sold by all dealers Iu + ILEXIEToliver spent WISTriulbloTroy Maloney was a guest of his sister Mrs W C Trimble at this place Saturday night Mr and Mrs J H Trimble were guests of M S Campbell and family Saturday afternoon Miss Sarah Sample aud brother Densel were guests of their uncle J B Elkins and family Sunday Bill Foreman and wife removed from Hazel Green to H P Lacys new residence at this place a few days ago Mrs W S Trimble spout Sun day night with her father aud mother Uncle Jordan Wills and wife at Hazel Green Bro Roberts of Hazel Green will conduct church services at the Johnson schoolhouse Sunday and in the afternoon at the Rose chapel Frank Sample and family and H L Childers and wife of this place spout Sunday with Uncle Jim Lacy and wife in Holloii WoodsMr and Mrs Harlan South nee Emma Perkins and children of Frozen creek are visiting Mrs Souths mother Mrs Mattie Per kins at this place Mr and Mrs John Pieratt andI Mrs Lou Mapel of Hazel Green and Mrs Henry Wilson of Days boro were visiting A F Johnson and family Sunday Misses Lenna and Iva Hollon of Hazel Green were visiting Miss Mallie Byrd Sunday aud attended church at the Rose chapel schoolhouse in the afternoon littlefvisiting Mrs Liudons parents J P Rose and wife near Hazel Green Saturday and Sunday Walter Maloney with his fam andhMrs Jeff Cruey Mr Cruey and family will leave for their new fetendaysI Nov 15 BERTIE tj Ii h CANNEL CITY Iluntors are plentiful but birds aro scarce today Libertythisthere us a grand juror Bro Bicknel after an absence pulpitfor laltlYLongsister Miss Sue Lung over Sun dayMrs hyher visIi I l I Sunday Mrs Susan Lykins loft Sunday to visit her daughters Esther and Frances who tire attending school at Midway Dlrs1 C Sebustain has been called to the bedside of her moth or at the L it K Junction Mrs Sebnstain recently telegraphed her dyingKatherine Seitz of WIt Liher ty was a gal t of Mr and Mrs Charloy Byrd Sunday evening She way en ruule IIOIIID from Jackson She was met here and accompa nied homo by Tom Daniel of that placeNov 15 ETHEl Forced Into Exile Wm rpchurcii of Glen Oak Okla was an exile from home Mountain air ho thought would coughthuttwo years After six months he returned death dogging his steps KingsNowafter taking six bottles Inm as well as ever It saves thousands yearly from desperate lung dis eases Infallible for coughs and colds it dispels hoarseness and sore throat Cures grip hronchi tis hemorrhages asthma croup whooping coughrOc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers Grand Half Price Offer The TwicoaWeek issue of the St Louis GlobeDemocrat is being offered for a limited time at just onehalf its regular low price Sub scribers sending in their orders promptly can now secure this great semiweekly newspaper and home journal two years for ono dollar or in clubs of two or more rne year for fifty cents The Globe Democrat is Republican in politics and is universally conceded to be one of the few really great Ameri can newspapers The two issues eachweek give all the news of all the earth for that week so edited and arranged as to form a complete current history of the world Its market reports aro full and correct in every detail Its many special features each and all the best of their kind make it inter esting and invaluable to every member of the family You can not afford to ignore this unpre cedeuted opportunity Send your subscription or a club of subscrip tions today cr write for free sani pie copy to the Globe Printing Co St Louis Mo Croup is most prevalent during the dry cold weather of the early winter months Parents of young children should be prepared for it All that is needed is a bottle of RemedyMmyit in their homes and it has never disappointed them Sold by all dealers Kentuckys Debt The report comes from Frank fort that the outstanding warrants in Kentucky amount to 918010 and time deficit in the general ex ponB3 fund amount to 388107- so that the total indebtedness the state November 1 amounts ofI 1300784 There is 2925S9 inI the treasury however as there re mains in the sinking fund 1550 720 and in the school fund 514 02988 The large debt owed by the state will in a measure be reduced the first of the year as the settlements with the sheriffs of the 119 counties in the state will be made between December 1 and the first of the year The large indebtedness of the state will doubtlessly prevent the manylareesession the first of the year 4S A Song of the Times My country beauteous land j songtot imy voice is somewhat hoarse yet meldyFairof the whole blamed earth hark to my creed Tollme Oh tell me why prices have soared so high that man can scarely buy things that he needs Things that a man must eat lemons and prunes and fmeat cost like Sam Hilicar jpets and rugs and mats neckties and shoes and hats shirting to 1 hide his slats empty his till All tthrough the week I work like an unlaundried Turk Lora few bucks no odds how hard I try of wealth Im always shy and when I travel J I ride on trucks They say that half u plunk bought more junk in the old days than will two bones or moro in the big modern store sine prices luarntd to soar five hundred ways My country hear hummingbird1 peace and war thou most effulgent startellme why prices are clear Out of silhtEx- When a cold becomes settled in the system it will take several days treatment to cure it andthe best remedy to use is Chamber lains Cough Remedy It will cure quicker than any other and also leaves tho system in a natural and healthy condition Sold yall uealers Correct Speaking and Writing Young people should acquire the habit of correct speaking and writing and abandon as early us pos sible any use of slang words aud phrases The longer you put this off the more difficult the acquirement of correct language will be and if the golden age of youth tho proper season for the acquisition of language be passed in its abuse the unfortunate victim will most probably be doomed to talk slang for life You have merely to use the language which you read instead of the slang you hear to form a taste in agreement with the best speakers and poets in the country A Scalded Boys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that when all thought he would die Buckleus Arnica Salve wholly cured him Infallible for burns scalds cus corns wounds bruises Cures feversores boils chappedhandsall dealers Postal Cards On the face ofa postal card or a post card divided by a vertical line placed approximately one thirdof the distance from the end ot the card the spaco to the left of the line is to Sie used for the rightispart of the message is written in the space for the address it will require 2 postage If the required postage of 2c iis not placed on same before mailing it will beheld for postage and the addressee notified The old old story told times without number and repeated over and over again for the last 80 years but it is always a welcome story to those in searcb of health ldthatCoughRemedy Appreciates the Editor Here is a minister who appre ciates the editor At a recent ed- itorIal convention he offered the following toast To save an edit or from starvation take his paper and pay for it promptly To save him from bankruptcy advertise in his paper liberally To save everyitem profanity plainly 911 one side of the sheet possibleITohim Dead people are the only ones who never make mistakes Some one has truthfully suit that nothing but a mint can make money without advertising It might be added that the mint couldnt do it if it didnt pat ita competitors in JaiL r I toc lTtelagf m r r r 7 I s1Wj Jrj t i 4 II THE HERALD I 1orDeeaseeond I I I I SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Nov 18 1909 WOLFE COY ITY COURT DIRECTORY WOLFE CIICmT COURT JeMES P ADAMS Judge KEILY HASH Commonwealths Attorney 1 n HOLLOS Clerk Meets third Monday in January first Monday in Mar third Monday in Septem ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge AtturneyIOUERT Meets tint Mondayin each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District r o1C JI Fallen third Friday in March June September iind Decen berDistrict 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 District No +P It Legs first Friday in March May August and November District No 1iT C Hollon keeom Fri day in March June September and De cember District No 6loy Hurst third Friday in Februarv May August and November District otB T Helton fourth Fri day in March June September and De cember District No 8J M Lovelace first Fri day in February May August iand No vember SOME time since we proposed that the people of Hazel Green and vi cinity should buy a farm nearby to help young men secure an edu cation Many boys who want an education can not possibly put up the money to pay tuition board and otner expenses but they are used to farm work and could give value received in that way Everyman and woman ih this commun- ityI should be interested in the edu cation of the young ladies and boys of this section Since th establishment of Hazel Green Ac ademy all who are cognizant o the facts knew that the young people are more polite than for merly Strangers visiting here told Our Man About Town in cas ual conversation that we had the most polite little children of any point in the mountains and occa sionally would say Why is it t that your people are more refined in manners than any people wa meet in the mountains They are are generally of the same blood lines are they not Why yes t I we had to answer but we have had educational facilities far abov- any town in the mountains and at practically no expense to our people Now looking at the situation from our standpoint and allmust agreu we are right wh should not the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity buy the C W noM a farm for industrial purposes Look at the money they spend with uu every year and ask yourself Is it justice to those ladies who spend so much and we return nothing They take our indigent children and educate them rand do it so freely that the parents of these children can not feel hurt Now here is an idea suggested They have spent a whole lot of money for our children and w should give them in return at least 25 per cent To do less woul- f look like base ingratitude They have expended close to 50000 with us and would it not be right to buy them a farm at 5000 I would add to our population an enhance our prosperity Thin how little we would be doing for them after all they nave done for us You boast of Christian char- Ity and here is the best place in the world to demonstrate its truth fulness They do for us why not for them We lmethingt or we are base ingraeg in the eye of the world and that being sot what shall wff be denominated iin the eyes of tho Deity God loves f 0 cheerful iver but in this caw f we can only give a tithe of whaWe ire have and are receiving Fiat do m8thinc Examiners Frankfort For KyWith Kentucky Banks1I doreement of the Kentucky Bank ers Association a bill prepared by j Secrbtary of State Ben L Bruner will be introduced at the next sesji sion of the legislature providing I for the appointment of the Ken tucky Board of Bank Examiners I which will consist of four mem j I bers appointediI term years I appointed first in April of next year if the bill becomes a law The board will be nonpartisan as two members will be selected from the political parties caEting the largest vote and the next largest vote at the preceding election It is provided in the measure that the terms of oflice of two members shall expire the first Monday in January 1912 and that the ap pointments and vacancies shall be filled by the secretary of state tinder the terms of the bill each state bank building and loan as sociation savings bank invest ment company safe deposit trust company savings and lean socie ties or associations combined banks and trust companies and every other character of state bank doing business now in the state or that will be organized hereafter shall be examined twice a year and tho examiners shall have the power to make a thorough examination of the cash bills collater als security of every kind owned by the bank The bill also provides that no officer or stockholder of any banking institution shall examine any bank in which he is interested as a stockholder officer or director and that no notice shall be given any institution to be examined before the examination takes place The examiners shall be required to give a bond of 1000 for the faithful performance of their du ty The salary shall be 3000 and all the necessary traveling ex penses and other expenses incI- dent to the workand the secre tary of state shall be paid 1000 annually for the services rendered by him as an exoilicio member of the board For the purpose of reimbursing the state for thn money expended under this measure the law pro vides that the secretary of state shall assess all institutions gov erned by this act as follows From institutions having a capitalstock of 15000 and less than 25000 stockeof 25006 and less than 50000 stockfof 50000 and less than 100000 530 those having a capital stock of 100000 and less than 200000 B5 those having a capital stock of 200000 and less than 300000 40 and so on 5 being added for each 100000 of the capital stock Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIANo Evidence to Hold Him After being held in custody for three weeks under the charge of being Alex McFarland who mur Maegoffin county twentyfour years ago a man who claims he is Pres Cotter of West Virginia has been released from jail at Salyersville Cotter left at once for his for regionsywithout his knowledge went a de tective who has orders from Reese Patton son of the man who was killed to never leave Cotter until Patton gives the word Scores of people who knew Mc Farland when he killed Patton had seen Cotter in the jailand most of them swear he is McFar land Others came from Cotters home in West Virginia and they all swore they knew the man was Cotter and that he could not be McFarland The officers held the man as long as they daredand strongereevidence had been secured PattondneighborsPatton met McFarland driving with a woman in a wagon Mc fortthandawayMcFarlandMcFarland fled leaving his wife andchildren From that day to this his family had not seen him Reese Patton son of the murdered man vowed over his fathers dead body he would bring McFarland to justice Through all these the upThree asman in a West Virginia mining camp that answered McFarlands allowingforcausedii the mans arrest The latter de hetwas to jail As his identit I reI4eased Thanksgiving Proclamation Washington Nov 15Thurs day November 25 was officially proclaimed proclaimed by Presi dayi1heissued as usual from the state department where it received the official seal of the United States The following is tho text of the proclamation By the President of the United States of AmericaA Proclama tion A season of the year has returned when in accordance with the reverend custom established by our forefathers the people of the United States are wont to meet in their usual places of wor ship on a day of thanksgiving ap pointed by the civil magistrate to return to God for the great mer cies and benefits and mercies which they have enjoyed During the past year we have been highly blessed No great calamities or flood or tempest or epidemic have befallen us We have lived in quietness undisturbed by wars or rumors of wars Peace and the plenty of bounteous crops and of great industrial pro ductions animate a cheerfuland resolute people to all the renewed energies of beneficient industry and material and mortal progress It is altogether fitting that we should humbly and gratefully ac knowledge the divine sources of these blessings Therefore I hereby appoint Thursday the twentyfifth day of November as a day of general thanksgiving and I call upon the peoplon that day laying aside their usual vocations to repair to their churches and unite in ap propriate services of praise and thanks to Almighty God In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed Done at the city of Washing ton this 15th day of November in the year of our Lord one thou sand nine hundred and nine and of the Independence of the United States one hundredlland thirty four VILU AM H TAKT By the President P C Knox Secretary of State An Apt Illustration At a teachers institute in a neighboring state the state super intendent of schools addressed the teachers and illustrated point in question with this story A man who came from Sweden went to work on the section at 1 35 per day Hid boy went to the eighth grade school and high school he studied bookkeeping a whole year and kept a beautiful set of books ana then went to the banker and bookkeeperThe getting out of his station and told him No but I want a boy to sweep the floor and clean the spit jobforlittle fellow said All right but remember when you want a book keeper Im on the spot The boy did his work but kept applying for the job of bookkeeping until he got it The boy bad his ideal raised but he still had his feet on the earth and demonstrated that he had the stuff in him to make a superiorisper kidgloved parasite who is afraid to work In the schoolwe can teach a respect for labor and earning a living DRESSMAKINGMrs DressmakingEstablishment pared to make all garments for ladies wear and in connection she will be prepared to repair clean and press gentlemens suits there by making an old suit appear as new She solicits the patronage of the public and guarantees sat manyfriendsrecognize the fact that she has had an experience of thirty years and is amply able to meet all demands WeAskTou to take Cardul for your female troubles because we are sure it will help you Remember that this great female remedy WINE OF DfCARBOI has brought relief to thousands of other sick women so why not to your For headache backache periodical pains female weak ness many have said it is the itySold in This City m U FARMSFOR SALE 82 acres well improved good product I pHII improvI thing Price 80 per acre 98 12 acres near Howards Mill this county good dwelling well watered and groundPriceI 75 acres well improved in good neigh borhood and good strong lland Price 80 per acre 240 acres well improved and one of I the best farms in the county Will raise anything and can be bought for I125 per acre 10V acres improved at 110 per acre 197 12 acres at 100 per acre 100 acres at 40 per acre 55 acres a t 7250 as good as can be found for tobacco or corn 400 acres well improved the best tolmcco farm in the county and CUll be divided at 12750 per acre and ninny others Also many residences in this city and in the suburbs This city has two nice schools 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 0Wa BoFFro WOOD REAL ESTATE MT STERLING KY FARM FOR SALE 0Farm of 200 acres more or less lying on the waters of Lacy creek known as tho Cruey farm All fencedand crossfenced Some good timber sod nearly all cleared land in grass Large orchard ever lasting fine water 5room dwelling house halls and porches also thirtydaysbargain Possession given Janu ary 1 1910 For further particu lars address ELLSWORTH LACY R R No 1 Rardin 111 BuyBUY zapportthey MelchntloII FARM FOR SALE o Not being able to oversee the work on my farm on account of age and other disabilities I offer my farm of 125 acres on Blackwa ter onehalf mile from Ezel for sale The farm consists of about CO acres in grass balance in culti vation and timber Good 5room dwelling with all necessary out buildings fine water good orchard etc Fer terms and all other information call on or address R D MOTLEY Ezel Ky Rare UorIllflhj I offer for sale my residence consist lug of seven ronnl cottage good lot and garden and outbuildigs One of the most desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and generalre pair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being fur nished with a complete outfit of tools and stock of materials and supplies also machineryWillseparatelyFor ad dress JOHN H ROSE March 11 Hazel Green Ky I Dont Preach About Home Trade u4at the same time send t printingtout of town Your home printer can do your work just as good and in nine cases out of ten he can beat the cityIiI I paysIpenses By sending your next printing order to this office youll be better satisfied all aroundand youll be keeping the money at home j A h If d1J OCkOv1 1 t I Millinery OpeningI jiGQD BEGINNINGj O I I Ii liJO FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 j O and continuing one week O 1 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greatest national weekly news paper in the country The Weekly Blade is distinctly a family publishershasican home for the fireside and of interest to every member of the family To fulfill this purpose it is kept clean andjwholesome The news of the world is handled in a com prehensive manner and the various depart lainB1lakingI IJrtjuldictidea of pleasing the greating number of fic tion IIl1craphook j UDIIIS are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium for the change of ideas and information on exII topics XII department is neglected bul j every feature is taken care of with the ideaofmaking The Blade worth many times the yearSampleTHE BLADE Toledo Ohio FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN I Catalog on Application No Agents H F HILLENMEYER do SONS LEXINGTON K- YHeadquarters TewelrySilverware at the lowest prices You can andfittedcorrectly Call and obtain pri centtoA R MAUPPINWATCHMAKER t JEWEL- ERCgMPTONgY DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Ky Mrs IOU 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riioTocRAriivteichttlt leautirW pictures munch Ir 1ire ctntnts picture ciltkUm rpettloQ aa see j American Photography 6 Ecacoo St iJu too Man IEXPERIENCE MAMaI CoDmmuntUorsttctiyconadent1HANDBOOK 8tC1IPatent6 UiaScientific aewssrleraMUNN amigicrencqudbobtwtali cITII VVB PRINT SALE BILLS ANB PRINT TtltM BIOHT 4 tr I i- l Cr fj S1ri A W1 T 0t I Ji 1tt1 v J t Destroys L HairGerms I Recentdiscoveries have shown the i that falling hair is caused by 1U germs at the roots of the hair in Therefore to stop falling hair you must first completely de kiln stroy these germs Ayers HlirfVigor new improved formulaa q will certainly do this Then 4 leave the rest to nature Doer n change the color of the hoer Torranl with each botUera t Dhow It to year ersdoctor It aaado u h7athRecent discoveries have also proved that dandruff is caused by germs on the scalp Therefore to cure dandruff the first thing completely these atdraWVigor will give the same splendid results j 1 JalSeb7U1oTCeAarOo Lowell Mu WEh HERALD Miss Ella Trimble of Mt Ster liug is visiting her sister Mra JthT DayeT J Daniel and Stanley Wo mack of West Liberty were in antownAunt Juda Ward is visiting withes Mr and Mrs Loren Nickell in Morgan county this weeknl Newton Womack and wife ofm West Liberty visited Mr and Mrs Charley Cecil from Friday until Sondayblat Scientists still insist that money carries disease germs Country newspaper men are a healthy set of people Mrs F N Day and daughter Visginia Miss Lula Nickell Sirs of Robert Cecil and Miss Falay Long spent Sunday at Cannel City For SaleG30 fine select oak trees within 4 miles of Cannel City and one mile of Licking river Call on m partner L C Patrick feLykiuau Rev and Mrs Frank Agar will preach at Ward schoolhouse npxt Sunday morning at 11 oclock The whole community is invited Will Foreman tho oil driller j and his wife who were living in j the McLin cottage are now boarding on Lacy creek near the well being drilled The Bible reading conducted I by Mrs F Agar at Maytown Sun day afternoon is attendedwith I muoh interest also the service of song led by Mr SpradlIng an hour previous Mrs Southey Lacy of Lacy creek last week bought of Dr J H Stamper the old Jim Tom Pieii ratt homestead for 600 and all who are acquainted with the prop a erty think she has a bargain Dr Williams reports that the little daughter of Granville McIntosh of Gillmoro who had a case of blood poison is so much better i that amputation of her arm where t pyemia had set up will be avoided t Registers at the Day House since our last report John R Bays and driver St Louis G D Lawrence Jackson C P Pearl Knoxville Tenn G R Cox Morehead JII F K Rose Stillwater G B Stam per Campton A T Garv r and j Will Manker West Liberty I 3 ii Incidentally we hear that Jolly John Pieratt who formerly kept i hotel in this town for years hasI 1 leased Rittenhouse Ranch for the f ensuing year He is a well known j boniface and if he can hold to his i oldstyle of entertainment will i have a house full of guests all through the season Since the new store room of Ce h cil Bros was built a two sto structure Robt Cecil of the firm 1 has converted the second story into a dwelling and a millinery department Mr Cecil and his wife have living rooms there much like Iaflat in the city and Miss Falay Long a sister of Mrs Cecil hone of the finest millinery emporiums in Eastern Kentucky The Whole establishment presents a cor TJlf neat place 1 IOurI Fatterlqforii moldingThere i l clay but when it comes out iillII i inches in lengthand 6 inches i diameter it makes a smooth beFI dried before it is of service I which water has no effect i soupontlpieceI had the result proves that ctItopinion since seeing it baked isSe it is as hard as concrete and impregnable by water Peope who have occasion to use itwill or least should to grateful to Mr I etterly for putting up the enter iing priee tllIustare Several years ago when Bath j county was compelled to buy the turnpikes it issued bonds to laise money but it eventually turn out that the amount was about 21000 in excess of the countys 1 constitutional limit to expend in y one Year for turnpike purposes 1 and when bonds and litter t fell due there was no money to pay them and the Fiscal court had constitutional means of raising money for that purposea Kleybolte Company of CinA cinnati who had bought the bonds suit in the Circuit court Owingsville but the case was transferred to the Parietal court and was tried at Richmond last week the brokers getting judgeJ ment against the county for the full amount The case probably will not go farther as the people the county are anxious to pay the debt A Grand Hunt of Gran Mclntosh and his brothern Ned with his brotherinlaw ard two sons went rabbit bunting a w days ago After killing twoti squirrels and a rabbit they ran a rabbit into a water seep and con aldayal they had dug about 20 feet to the seep they found a gray fox the to largest they had ever seen They i killed the fox and found a pure Ity white skunk reynard had killed but did not succeed in getting the IP rabbit The skunk had hia den there and the fox was after it when the rabbit ran to cover 1 Assists Them to Climb A county superintendent in aLhis neighboring county asked every teacher in the county institute who took their local or county pa per to hold up their hands andI just six responded The superintendent expressed great surprise and surd You dont spendI dollar a year with those papers yet you expect them to print free ot charge notices of all institutes and teachers associations insert I long programs expect them to 1 advertise you thus assisting you to climb the ladder to better posi tions and better salaries a cent in return Look Out For Him An ingenious but unscrupulous J book agent is reaping a harvestI among the country school districts over the state where State Superintendent J G Crabbe is not personally known by representing himself as Superintendent Crabbe and selling the trustees for the school a very valuable book which be is anxious to have installed iin the schools of the state Of course Superintendent Crabbe always receives a hearty welcome and the trustees accept his recommendation of the books and generally buy them from him May be Extended to Hazel Green ryA special from Campton to the Lexington Herald reads tamptoo Ky Nov 11A nun her oTra7lroiwJ contractors from different sections of the country ar here looking over the earv of the Mountain Central railrca- ae With a vies of taking a contract o complete the grading of the road from here to Hazel Green The contract will be lot as soon as all bids are in and work on tto extension will begin at once I U wL Several of our citizens are snf fering with whet they term pink eyes among them Dr Taylor althojghrhethyself J huSI 10bY this case 1Many school children sulFer from 1 last constipation which is often the cause of seeming stupidity at lesbu ns Chamberlains Stomach and five Tablets are uu ideal medicine give a child for they are mild coandeven chronic constipation at by all deniers Dr Vanmeter of Lexington witha few chosen friends has leasedall the farms from DaysIin WIboroseason and from early morn the until dewy eve the bang bang of shotgun may be heard They Al spprtsmen but the editor has not yet had a mess of birds T CASTOR IIAFor Infants and ChildrenIiThe Kind You Have Always Bought ty theBears the- Slgnatnro Iof I to Riley Taulbee was visitingon Johnson last weak andasked the news he told Our Man Town that a daughter of Jim Bandy had died of fever a little girl of Waruio Stacys caught fire while her mother was milking and was burned to death Roy TyUI ler a son of Bill Tyler who formt lived here was down with pneumonia but was considered better when he left If there is one thing more than another in our experience in publishing alocal newspaper that makes us tired it is the practice a some that tell us that we must a ot say anything about this or that thing that has happened 1 There are two sides to every ques on and it would be a very envy matter to formulate a reason why iill paper should not report every of alThec be judged by the wealth of its inhabitants but by tho uniformi of with which they pull together when any important undertaking to be accomplished A man with a thousand dollars at his com I mand and a love for his town iinIe he npIbuilding of it than the millionaire J who locks up his capital and snaps fingers at home progress J M Hume and E D Webster lett Tuesday for Swango in Wolfe county to be gone about two weeks Mr Hume has been a in bad health for some time and hopes to be benefited by the epring and the mountain air We are not in position to state Mr Web sters purpose for making the trip but ho will probably have something interesting to report on his return home Grant Co NewsCa dayte since brought our one o r the most marked freaks of natur- we have seen in years Indeed iitS reminds one of the Biblical story of Joseph It is an enr of corn i almost perfect in formation around which are four other half ears each of which contains four rowsJJ of grain on a half cob in each case NY e have seen many freaks in ua I oral formation but this is one t that takes the cake from the fact of its productiveness Just thin of five ears of corn on two and aii half oobs and all grown on one i stalk But there is possibly no i place in Kentucky but Wolfe countywhere such a thing cooldI happen Wolfe it will be re membered produces the prettiest women the finest tobacco and the best mules Then why not the best corn Can anyone answer 50 Farms SALEdRanging in area from 25 acres l 800 acres Write for descriptive circular noft Address JNO M WHEELER R No4 Winchester Ky o Q KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled After setting fire to his own house Cassius Moody of Madison county cut wifes throat and committed suicide drinking carbolic acid A loss of nearly f5onOi was sustained week by J H Keeling of Christian county when his large stock barn was rned together with a lot of provender mules and six blooded colts i The board of trustees of Lincoln In stitute the offshoot of Berea College for lorid students met in Louisville re cently and decided to locate the chool Simpsonville about 21 milts from j LouisvilleNo from night riders was foundon the farm of lien Longnecker Mason county and Capt J R Tams his six militiamen of the Lexington company returned home after patroling place for three days and sights While Wm Smith and Jill Thackcr were hunting in Clay county they quar reled overdue ownership of a dog and hacker the contents of dou hlllt1atW G Cowan had twentyone head of cattle in a pasture in Lincoln cotiu Some vandals spread paris green in field and seventeen of the cattle are deadwhile the others are not expected recover from the effects of the poison James Blanton John Itlanton Tilden Hlantou aud Ashford Joseph who art charged with the killing of Demosthenes 1aUlein Ilrealhilt county at the recent election here been admitted to bail by Special Judge J M Stevenson in the sum qf 5000 each Twins born in different months iis an event but such is the record o latest children of Mr and Mrs Jo sapli Lollar of Louisville A boy + born at 1145 oclock on the night of October 31 and a girl arrived at 1215 oclockon the morning of November I Because Willie Groan aged 17 y cart when called on assisted the teacher toII punish Delbert Osborne nerd Iii schoolmate who had misbehaved Os fborne struck Corum over the head with baseball bat crushing his skull and causing almost instant death The boys had been chums previously John Sprouse and Frank KIIwllo were twice tried and convicted for burn g the home of Charles Cooper and two his children in Lawrence county r and appealed the case each time were tried last week in the Carter Cir court and released On advice of their attorneys they will leave that part the state The Fox Station correspondent of tl Winchester Democrat says Uncle WillI Charles raiseda beet that weighed 11 pounds He sajn if it hadnt been hol on top and been filled out good that is satisfied it would have weighed U pounds Although he is crippled he raised the best garden in the county which shows that if we have to we can accomplish much even though alllicted About six months ago Mrs Walter diamoasbrooch valued at 150 Charles Gillis colored houseboy was suspected arrested I and tried for the theft being con I Ivicted and sent to the penitentiary for two years Recently in overhauling an oldwardrobe the brooch was found in the folds of one of her dresses and now Mr Scott asks Governor Willson to pardon the innocent negro lad We are not apologizing for Breathitt but it looks a little unfair whenf little election disturbance breaks out there for the Cincinnati and Louisville papers to herald the fact in poster print morei e raised every week in either of the wards of Cincinnati or Louisville than rthere is inthe whole of Breathitt county in a month But its human nature to score the other fellow while you are engaged at the same game yourself Maysyille Public Ledger Caredtby local application as they cannot rear the diseased portion of the ear There only one way to cure deafness and that is lIt isciusekby an inflamed condition of the mucous lin ing of the Eustachian tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumblingsound or f imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result arid unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out ot I ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surface We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot he cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circular free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 7oc Take Halls Family Pills for coustipation toFor SaleTwo of the Pieratt cottages for less than the lumber and lot can be bought One ac in each lot five rooms in eachII house Apply at this office I i 0 For Tree ceTAU rw YOa CITY Tthe oldest and the largest banks that are the safest and answers NO1I Then deposit your money in a hank that is A bank that loans its money in small sums well and well secured A bank that and will protect its This oppr is offered you iii F R H Cashier lam 11a WINTERIS J and we are now to help j you get ready for Our Fall and Winter line Dry is CASTORIA Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the Signatureof For Over til Thirty CASTORIAV 3YITexperience uiidercontroltdistrib- uted conservative depositors rtunity by The HAZEL GREEN PIERATT President PATTON It COMINGJprepared o- fMILLINERY Goods and Notions complete Infants In Use Observation BANK An Elegant Display of Beautiful Pattern Hats TiiirirIrLS 1 Uapts etcII A Beautiful Selection of Tailored Suits Crts and Skirts Ladies Misses and Children Nothing but the best and latest to sell you Prices reasonable Your patronage solicited Yours truly MAPEL TROY Rash Johnson KashDEALERS IN General Merchandises COUNTRY PRODUCE c VIt KYdInvite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the nov of gouda they have just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware Ac and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES n specialty We have them in all the varied styles and quaty for WOMEN AND MEN and 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 K1SH JOHNSON KASH THINKABOUT IT the About Home what Paper means to you and yours It means all the interest neighieborsand directlyIlateresied i i and 1 Years cY is H it stock Printers InkI Ul- lI When used on good presses and neatly displayed type foryour statioa i I IeI is valuably We have every joaL rL c cO C j 4i n T 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you 500 a day ENQUIRER COMPANY p CINCINNATI 0 KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS i KingsNew fwCoucHSIttAND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOB OR MONEY BEFT7NDED t a We Buy FURSHides Wool FeaiienTIIow Beeswax Ciottnt Golden S UYcnowRooOM Apple wed Ginger etc We ue dealer etullied iia 1 BS6then lull a crotuir in LouiniIezdcaa do tetter fee TOO tliaa ewer cr mrminBoq rwrrfnatr Reference WT But in LnamDe Woe jwally pace list ud ihpoog te- N Sabel ds Sons 229 E Market SL LOUISVILLE K- YDR O H W LUAUS t PHYSIC AND SURGEON HAZ GREEN KY JDfiexa his proTestional services to the seas of Heel Green and surrounding coatv r fry and win saiwer all calla of aftictioa OCee at bee nsrfdeace adjoislBe HIM reeaBaak r ro 1 o o o o + II The Conquest By Dr FREDERICK A COOK Copyright 1909 by the New York oo Herald Company Registered In Canada In Accordance With Copy MexIRepublicI+ + + + + + p4 + + + w rOOLOOTINGWAH and Inuprito hart been our bedfellows for the entire northward run and they had pone through many danger ous and haul experiences together We therefore felt more keenly their de parture than the going of the first six We were at first looely but the ext gencies of our problem were soon sum clently engaging to occupy every call and strain every fiber Now our party was reduced to three and though the Isolation was more oppressive there were the usual advan tages for greater comfort and progress of a small family of workers The in creased number of a big expedition always enlarges the responsibility and difficulties In the early part of a polar venture this disadvantage Is eliminat ed by the survival of the fittest but after the last supporting sleds return the men are married to each other and can no longer separate A disabled or unfitted dog can be fed to his compan ions but an Injured or weak man can not be put aside An exploring ven ture Is only as strong as its weakest member and Increased numbers like increased links In a chain reduce effi ciency The personal Idiosyncrasies and In conveniences always shorten the days march but above all a numerous par ty quickly divides into cliques whic are always opposed to each other to the leader and to the best Interests of the problem in hand With but two savage companions to whom this ar duous task was but a part of an ac customed life of frost I hoped to over DB COOK AM HE APPEARED WHEN HE REACHED COPE UAGEY come many of the natural personal barriers to the success of arctic exped- Itions One Degree In Three Days By dead reckoning our position was latitude 82 degrees 23 minutes longs ture 95 degrees 14 minutes A study of the ice seemed to indicate that we had passed beyond the zone of Ice crushed by the influence of land pres sure Behind were great hummocks and small Ice ahead was a cheerful expanse of larger floes Using the accumulated vigor of man and beast we bad advanced a degree of latitude in three days Our destination was about 460 miles beyond But our life bad assumed quite an other aspect Previously we permit ted ourselves some luxuries A pound of coal oil nod a good deal of musk ox tallow were burned each day to heat the igloo and to cook abundant food Extra meals were served when an oc caslon called for it and each man ate and drank all he deslre4 If the stock loge or the mittens were wet there was fire enough to dry them out But all of this must now be changed There was a short dally allowance of food and fuel one pound of pemml can per day for the dogs about the same for the men with just a taste of other things Fortunately we were well stuffed for the race with fresh meat in the lucky run through game landsAt first no great hardship followed the changed routine We filled up suf I ficiently on two cold meals and used superfluous bodily tissue It was no longer possible to jump on the sled lot an occasional breathing spell as we had done along the land With overloaded sleds the drivers must push and pull at the sleds to aid the dogsI and I searched the troubled Ice for an easy route cutting here and there with the ice ax to permit the passing of the sleds Stripped For the Race We are finally stripped for the race Man and dog must walk along together through storms and frost for thatIelusive pivot Success or failure depended mostly upon our ability to upthet1As period i we awoke on the following mornII teg and peeped out of the eye 711 i + + + + +e+ p of the Pole I Polar Party Reduced to + + Three and Northward + i March ContinuedAll Con + i ditions Are Favorable J t SIXTH ARTICLE sun was edging along the throwing a warm orange glow on Il that gladdened our hearts The tem perature was C3 degrees below zero F the barometer was steady and high There was almost no wind an not a cloud lined the dome of pale purple blue After two cups of tea a watch sized biscuit a chip of frozen meat and I ISSUEhbowlder of pemmlcan we crept out of the bags The shivering legs were pushed through bearskin cylinders which served as trousers the feet were worked Into frozen boots and then we climbed Into fur coats kicked the front out of the snow house and dancedL about to start the fires of the heart Quickly the camp furnishings were tossed on the sleds and securely lashed down The dog traces were gathered Into the drag lines and with a vigorous snap of the long whip the willing creatures bent to the shoulder straps The sleds groaned and the un yielding snows gave a metallic ring but the train moved with a cheerfulI paceUnne noona terronga dosangwab good land out of sight today we said to one another but the words did not come with serious Intent In truth each In his own way felt keenly that we were leaving a world of life and possible comfort for one of torment and suffering Uelberg Island was already only a dull blue haze while Grant Land was making fantastic figures of Its peaks and Ice walls Wave of Mirages The stamp of reality bad given place to a wave of curious mirage Some peaks seemed like active volcanoes others rose to exaggerated heights and pierced the changing skies with multi pie spires like church steeples Altogether this unexpected panorama of the upper surface of Grant Land under the Influence of optical Illusions gave us considerable entertainment- At every breathing spell the heads turned to the land and every look gave a new prospect From belching volca noes to smoking cities of modern bustle the mirage gave suggestive bits of scenes but a more desolate line of coast could not be imagined Low wind swept and ice polished valleysWledIce This Interior accumulation moved slowly to the sea where It formed a low ice fall a glacier of the malasplna type but its appearance was more like that of heavy sea Ice hence the name of the fragments from this glacier hoe berg which seen in Lincoln sea and re sembling old hoes were supposed to be the product of the upbuilding of the Ice of the north polar sea Late in the afternoon the land sud denly settled as If by an earthquake The pearly glitter which raised it dark paed and u purple fabric was drawn j I i HHJDB COOS HUNTING WALBUB aver the horizon merging impercepti hly with the lighter purple blue of the J upper skies We saw the land howev ef repeatedly for several days when ever the atmosphere was Jn the rJiJ condition to elevate the terrestrial PH 1 spur linesAll 1 Conditions pvorabI Everything was in our Savor In tb march The wind was not strong and struck at an angle making it possible to guard the nose by pushing a mitten under the hood or by raising the fu clad hand The snow was hard an separatelY fourteen twentn1neToo tired to begin the construction ez a tootles at once we threw onnelrea h down on the sledges for a short breath lug spell and fell asleep Awaken e about an hour later by a strong wind we hastened to seek shelter T Iheavy floe upon which we rested ha several large hummocks and over the lee of one of these was found nul- lable snow for a camp Lines of vapor were rushlup over the pad and the wind came with a rapidly i creasing force But the dome was erected before w suffered severely from the blast an under it we crept out of the coming storms liito warm furs It blew fiercely that night but In di morning the storm eased to a stead dtemergesd The snow grays had been swept from the frigid dome but to the north there remained a low black line over a D udeasiness It was a narrow belt of water sky and indicated open water or very thin Ice at no great distance The npper surface of Grant tan Itwas a mere line but a play of Ian clouds over It fixed the eyes on the last known rocks of solid earth I this march we felt keenly the plercin- cold of the polar sea The gradually rose to 4C below In the after noon but the chill of the shadows In creased with the swing of the suns glitter A Life Sapping Wind It still blew that light life sapping draft which sealed the eyes and bleach ed the nose We had hoped that this would soften with the midday sun but Instead it came with a sharper edge Our course was slightly west of north the wind was slightly north of west It struck us at a painful an gle and brought tears The moistened lashes quickly froze together in wink Ing and we were forced to halt frequently to unseal the eyes with the warmth of the uncovered hand In the meantime we found the nose tipped with a white skin and It also re quired nursing The entire face was surrounded with Ice This experience brought warm Ian guage but there was no redress It we aimed to succeed the face must be bared to the cut of the elements At about 6 oclock as the sun crossed the west we had reached a line of high pressure ridges Beyond the Ice was cut into smaller floes and thrown together Into ugly Irregularities An active pack and troubled seas could not be far away according to our sur mises The water sky widened but became less sharply defined I We managed to pick a way among hummocks and pressure lines whi r seemed Impossible from a I ESKIMO uoo and In a few hours we saw from a hroaddarkmendous cut several miles wide whic seemed at the time to bar all fart1 e progress We had a folding canvas boat on the sleds but In a temperature of 48 degrees below zero no craft could be lowered Into water without fatal results All of the Ice about was firm ly cemented together and over it a way was forged to the shore of the great leadCamp Beside the Lead Camp was made on a secure old field and over its huge ice cliffs the crack seemed like a long river winding between palisades of blue crystal A thin sheet of yellow Ice had already spread over the mysterious deep and a profusion of fantastic frost crysta were arranged in bunches resernblin flowers Through this young Ice vapors rose like steam through aIscreen of porous fabrics and fell 1 in sparklingshoreswent west to examine the leanI for a cfossJDgI several narrow places there hoes had been adrift In the lead and were now fixed remainedto partially mile from camp but the young ice w too elastic for a safe track The temperature however fell rapidly with 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