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O i MV- yt f 11 iJlf- C c HE HERALDEetabliahedMex6h418851 Bto17 DtlD ncib7 Max ORell 0 I wifBER Wnrnd o IaTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year in Advance TWENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL 3BEEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 25 1909 NUMBER 22 1 I tuition and Eastern Railway 1 Site Table In Effect June 21 1908 iiWEST BOUND i fJ1 10103 A05 Dailyex Dailyandl Sunday 2gAT10Ir Sunday Sundayonlyj 1 UMLveJPMLve I AAIIvef Mf Dam I 2 20 pn 7UW aui 11 Juurt 8 151111 2 25 pm ilj IUU a Ktyre Je 7 Hi IIW 3 LU pm 74 aw 1 Mel 7 30 am 3n pm 15 IIW- ij LF fltreD fridge 7 45 am 3 ti pm BYt6 am J Jn 7 48 am a n7 pm 818 aw- paatoacptoa 8 15 aw 4 pm 854 amt 8 25 am 4 35 pm 902 amt j elll City 9 W am 5 07 pm 103 am i UEJaDcn 9 12 am 5 20 pm 101 lIn- lt WiaeheJter 6 Ui J02 am ar 9 55 am pm y4iton 1 EAST BOUND I No4yo SI Daily and 1 ud1 S Sunday t AMLrerJLLn 0 Iexngton 0 7 3b am Sas pm 813 am f38pm to ilncb L ter120 826 pmS U pm S 50 pm 40 Mlay U U2 am S 58 pm U tanton1i14 9 10 amII 1450 Campton JUlltnl 38 pmpm 57 19 43 am- a 11 USpm 57 Nat Bridge Ci2 56am44ipm 62 Torrent j MButtyveJ e 701017 ame10pm 90 90 11 15 am4O5Pm JackonIIt 94 94 112U ame 10 pm CONNECTIONS L 4EJCNfliOJi =lmiu Not 1 and TiLnoake connection with theC A ORy i pr CAJCFTO ML Sterling JUCTIONTraini Not 1 2 CentelRroc J BIATTTYIJK JCSCTIOS j rill wake connection at Beattyville June tith the L and A Kailway for passengers Ull1d from Beattyville OAK JUNCTION Traini Nos 3 and 4 MBieet with the O A K Railway for local tutioni on the 0 A K Railway J W A MCDOWELL General Manager t 09AdJfCOTTIlenPaeaAgent 1 io8 tenliicKij Railway time Table May 21 1905 WEST BOUND So33I iSI No21 fcUyeJ = STATIONS = Daily ex kjijySundayI I I 2 JLAn 0 2 PMAsa- r 510 6 Cannel Citjr22 1235 4W lliHelechawa20j 12 19 45 13MLee City 13 12 13 It M AC 20 Hampton 111 I 11 51 i t tS63 22 Wilhurst 6 11 44 I 310 27 OKJunction 0 11 15 S 00 Jackson 11 05 f EAST BOUND t Ho34 I SI IK No22 hUYIu = STATIONS n= Daily ex l l SundayI4 o 710 27 Cannel City 0 100 7 U 21 Helechawa 6 117 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 14 13 Hamptou 13 148S7 10 Wilhnrst 20 1 51 926 1 OiK Junction 22 2 25 I JO 0 Jackson 27 2 30 HOISI and 22 will make close connectioi- t r OAK Junction with NOI3 and 4 for f ptlition the Lexington and Eastern Rail Wj ML CONLEY Superintendent t inia GOntI8IBailnaaa 1 No1 No 2 j MPAXT ARBIVE hamCampton1130aDi 200 pm Campton 600 p m c No2 No1 l 6 t lIVE i r 80amCampn Tuncl005 a1 1 380proCamplnJunc 440 p I The Mountain Central makes wnnection with all L E pee c singer trains 1 I f BaF BOLIN- GUNDERTAKERs CAMPTON KY i x INFORMS the citizen of Wolfe and counties that he carri- tt ahe of Coffins Oaskets Burial Cloth imytblng necessary to put away idindccenLstyJei supplied on 24 v oars notice finest made if ordered r t I T I and back furnished funerals Alib can fill orders for tombstones Ac SWELL c KOS- ENotary Public BTILLWATER KYoj I citizensIof of t xliJtraaaledslaca sa- i fl ti- 4 1 1 4 r COUNTY NEWS 1 Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority j of our readers especi ally distantfriends CILLMORE SaturdalfromThe people of this section are busy gathering corn Stella Litidon made a business trip to Helechawa Saturday daughter Mrs Catherine Linden visitedI Miles Lindon and wife Saturday Logan Lindon of Insko is vis icing friends and relatives in this sectionMisses Cora and Joann Ros visited Misses Stella and Bettf- Shackelford e Sunday Howard Nickell was visiting his brother Logan from Friday until1 accompaniedhome 1 Nov 22 DAISY I Eilli Her Foe of 20 Years I i enemyhadJames Duncan of Hayneaville Me was dyspepsia I suffered intensely after eating or drinking and1 could scarcely sleep After many remedies had failed and several1 doctors gave me up I tried Elec tric Bitters which cured me com pletely Now I can eat anything I am 70 years old and am overjoy t ed to get my health and strength back again For indigestion loss of appetite kidney trouble lame back female complaints its un equaled Only 50c at all dealers LANDSAW Robt Rose sold a mule to Robt Puckptt for 125tt J C Liudou circuit court clerk J elect was at J M Testers Friday on businessWillie t who lived n the I Wilson fork of Lacy creek moved to Rogers last week Rollin Combs bought a lot ties from John Smyth and is uo hauling them to Heleshawa G B Stamper passed thru here Saturday on his way from La City to his home at Campton- A little daughter of Robt Haull pastfewtheriaThe infant child of Robt Puck lydett and wife died Thursday ans was buried Friday in the Murphy graveyardMiss Hatton has been very sick for some time Dr D H Kash was called to see her Sat urday night Hon J M Tester went to Lee City Saturday to close a timb deal with Garriuger Co for t Engle heirs James S Tester attended church at the Hurst schoolhouse bond and reports a good crowd and an interesting meeting Miss Ollie Swaugo who is teach ing in Breathitt county pass through here Friday accompani- by W L Kasb of Jackson FridaynSundaym to his school in Breathitt county A CL Kash and wifewho move to Cair ton tome time ago Wi move back to their farm just above this place some time in the near futureProf K M Haulsey was ago seen on the Buchanan fork seems that it is very hard for him to decide which place he likes the Frozene j 8E T Kash returned from Cin cinnati and other points Frida On his return he went out to t Elmendorf farm six miles from Lexington ud stayed until the next da v Edge ys that he h read in novels and fairy tales of palace parks driveways kings lords And dukes but that he nY J read At anything that equals th farnor its palaces parks tarns hordes and cattle He says ti e beauty of this farm IB not to I8 believed antilllSeD1 Nor fi iL dtt1Jto4iifi T8 CBMESPOiroEHTSMail your Hems early so they will reach our office morningMondayif willnot portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only CANNEL CITY Capt Freeze of Leuisa is the guest of his son Sam Freeze Malone Lykins has been in Frankfort tho past week on special businessMrs has just returneds from an extended visit to her pa rents in Louisville Bro Kanard the Presbyterian minister at Jackson preached two interesting sermons here Sunday Misses Sue Long and Fairie Templin spent Saturday and Sun ateWillie Faulkner went to West Liberty last week to answer a sum 1mons before the Grand jury Soy 1eral of the hunters are scared Charley Byrd visited his father on Jones creek two days last weekIJ He says there is an abundant crop of game in that section Charley is fondof the sport too indeed he is a modern nimrod Nov 22 ETHEL The old old story told times without number and repeated over i and over again for the last 80 years but it is always a welcome story to those in search of health There is nothing in the world that cures cough and colds as quickly as Chamberlains Cough Remedy Sold by all dealers LEXIE Forest Cecil and wife of Hazel careen were visiting on this creek SundayJeff and family left for their new home at Jefferson ville Monday J G Trimble had the misfor tune to lose a nice fat hog a few days ago WC Trimble bought a milch cow from Uncle Pete NVills off Toliyer for 26 WJ H Trimble and wife were vis iting relatives at Hazel Green Sat urday and Sunday IeDr A C Nickell and wife ofl Hazel Green were visiting Mr and l Mrs J H Trimble Friday nightI Aunt Eliza Nickell who has been in a very critical condition for some time is improving slow Bill Foremen and wife came in home Sunday from West Liberty where they had been visiting for the past week Mrs CiBsar Lindon of Gillmore was a guest of her parents J P Rose and wife of near Hazel Green Monday b6ee held at the Johnson next Sunday conducted by Bro Roberts of Hazel Green 41yHazel Green was a guest of her brother t Asbury James and wife of thisI plact Wednesday and Thursday BdERTlE Victfnsme I but all get quick relipf and prompt cure from Dr Kings New LifeI Pills the worlds best remedy for dsick and nervous headaches They 11make pure blood and strong nervesI and build up your health Try them 25c at all dealers MIZEtCorn gathering the order of the day Jackie Jackson of Magoffin iis visiting friends here hayhee Miss Sallie Osborne of Pekio was a guest of Miss Mpg Pack sH F Oldfield and family lefr for Deadwood Iowa to make that future home rRevs Roberts and Niokell delivered good sermons at the I Grawy church Sunday Churc 1ill be held there again the third SaQdxvr in December TN following enjoyed dinner i qF ti tMtl 2iI Ia c I with Missea Mae and Golda Pack Sunday Nora and Zelphia Pie ratt Golden MUrphy John Rose Clifford Halsey lied Kern Nickell Nov 22 BLUEBELL A Boaidid krtl rfeke j horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Kwhowrites that when all thought he would die Bucklens Arnica Salve whollycured him Infallible for burns scalds curs corns wounds bruises Cures feversores bOlls chilblainschappedhands J nil dealers MURPHY FORK 4 Luther Brown who has beenII ick with fever is improving Granville Noble of Toliver leftjj for Middletown Ohio Saturday Dr Taylor Center was called Monday to attend little Inez Ross who is sick j At this writing Laith Lawson is very low with consumption and is nut expected to live Ed Cecil of Consolation bought Saturdaytrain Sunday was quiet on the creek The big meeting on Grassy caught the girls and sweetheartsI LoveyDoveyof Mprts father Ed Cecil at Cun j solation I Prof Kelly Wheeler of this school paid homefolks at West Liberty a visit Saturday return SundayMrs McGuire and chil dren of Bonny spent Saturday and Sunday at the homes of lira Lizzie Murphy and Mrs Sarah Ellen Swango Berry Taulbee is preparing to have a feast as he recently bought MurphyWidows Good music will be JoderedIJohn Henry Ferguson wife and baby while out driving Sunday met with an accident The horse ran away throwing the occupants out of the buggy and injuring Mrs Ferguson Nov 22 TULIP Forces Iito Exile Wm Upchurch of Glen Oat Okla was an exile from home Mountain air he thought would coughthattwo years After six months lie etepeThen8 New Discovery he writes and after taking six bottles I am as welt as ever It eaves thousands yearly from desperate lung die eases Infallible for coughs and colds it dispels hoarseness and sore throat Cures grip bronchi tis hemorrhages asthma croup whooping cough 50o and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers Battle on Tariff Sure Way to Via Joseph W Folk in Louisville Herald I of course have no authority to say what the Democratic party will declare for and can speak on ly for myself The Democratic party should fight not wealth but the wrongs that make pover ty The conditions that produce poverty are the conditions out of which tainted riches grow The equalization of the distribution of wealth is the most serious prob lem confronting the American pea pIe J The maxim of Jefferson Equal rights to all special privileges to none expresses every essential element of real democracy With this motto ass guide the infamies of privilege in every form can be destroyedand unto all men can there be reEtored the equal rights that belong to each the fair and equal opportunity of each and ev ery man to live and labor and to enjoy untrammeled the gains of honest toil The rock in the wa of equal rights ia privilege Th battle of true democracy should be to overcome the entrenched privilege harpies lead4reI few with wealth aid politicslI pow r enough to iseesro official ieopppeded- I l ryahhrouRJ1thQIt and if thoM laws are act carriedl oars 1k JriU ff h fwsplf MI ttiooh i1yv x thwarted to the extent the laws ate nullified Then therein privilege conferred by law The most conspicuous privilege cf this description is th protective tariff The Democrat ic party should make a straight out fight against the present sys protectionThere involved in endeavoring to lower the duties on some articles and to increase them on others Such a contest could be only a sham battle The issue sbould not be whether raw materials he placed on the free list and high tariff on finished products rr vice versa but whether there should be any protection at protectionIbe and I hope the Democratic party will declare squarely against this unjust system It is trot fair to tax 80000000 peopln in order to makes few men very rich it iis inequitable to give to a olaes a privilege enabling them to prey peopleAny other than revenue is wrong just as a bounty to some of the people would IJH wroth in thnt it would be an injustice to the rest of the peopleIf be admitted that the pro tective system is wrong but as long as it is allowed we might as well get a share of the plunder for our own state the answer is that sharing in the proceeds of robbery could as well be justified by claiming i that men will rob we might as well profit by this weakness of mankindThe purpose of protection is to stifle competition and to that extent give monopoly The time has come to protect the people from monopoly instead of protect ing monopoly from the people- It is claimed that under the protective system money is dis tributed by dripping down to the people from the overflowed pockets of the protective tariff barons if that were true the people would simply be getting back a part of that witch was taken from them unjustly Whenever a few men obtain more than they ought to have through privilege there mu3t be some Who will have less than they should have To say that when everybody paya tpo much for ev erything everybody would be ben efited is to state an absurdity If the privilege of protection could be accorded to all alike it would in the nature of things benefit no oneIt is because it gives to a few a special privilege at the expense of the many that these few clamor BO loudly for it and it is for reason the many should not su mit to it The Republican party in thelaitj campaign promised to revise the tariff downward at least the pee i pie unquestionably so understood No one can truthfully claim this promise hae been kept The tar iff bill enacted by the last Conjj gross was jiat snch a liill as might have been expected when the tar iff is permitted to be revised by the friends of protection If theI tariff question is ever to be set tied right it must be done not by those who think the present sysi tern is proper but by those who i know it is wrong and who hateil monopoly I have been over a large part of the United States the last few months and I have frond a wide spread revolt against the Payne Aldrich tariff law There is a general feeling particularly iin the west that the Democratic party has a good chance to carry the next Congress if a vigorousI fight is made for the real princi pies of Democracy When a cold becomes Battled in the system it will take several days treatment to cure it and theI best remedy to use is Chamber Iains Cough Remedy It will cure quicker than any other and ale anyale1 dealers A writer in the Philadelphia Press contends that gossip id the country villages is not nearly so prevalent as it itt in the socalled lDeat social circles in the c1tleli nods it so vicious Tho unkindl ordthe slanderous word the characteraBsaaiuatmg word make ap a deal of the small talk of peo tal of Maali Bind sad corraptt 4 1 i NameIAsDelegates Governor Willson appointed the following delegates to represent AnnualeCongress of the National Good Roads Association to meet at To peka Kan on December 14 and 15 1909 The list follows Arch Hamilton Lexington Sam P Jones and B Bernheim Louis ville Tebeau Phelps Morgan town Dr John South Frankfort Robert Giltner Eminence r W McCulloch Oweushoro Morgan Hughes Bowling Green Joseph F Bosworth Middleshoro Shel by Batterman Mayslick T M Barker Pembroke Harry Som mers Elizabelhtown 1 1 0 Beck Smiths Grove Frank McKee Versailles Will H Farley Pa ducah John T Smith Dry Ridge Charles W Fox Marion J P Wheeler Carrollton W W Clark Sharpsburg H M Froinani Ghent Johu E Garner Winches t ter Amo8bftvis West Liberty Charles E Barker Pembroke C W Metcalfe Pineville R B Thomas Georgetown C S Wil liams Versailles Frank Patrick Salveraville Croup is most prevalent dnnng the dry cold weather of tli early winter months Parents of young children should be preparedfor it All that is needed is a bottle of RemedyManyit in their homes and it has never disappointed them Sold by all dealers Sixty on Joint Ballot- A majority of CO on joint ballot is what the Democrats will have at the next Kentucky General As sembly Returns have been rep ceived from practically all of the senatorial and legislative districts The Democrats will have 26 in the a senate to 12 Republicans and in the house the Democrats will have 73 to 27 There will be no diffi culty in the Democrats passing any measure they may desire over the veto of Governor Willson Representative Wm H Shanks of Lincoln county has announced that hem be in the race for speaker of the house and is confi dent of winning A C Dunn of Lincoln county announces that he will be a candi doorkeeperwof the house ILame back comes on suddenly and is extremely painful It ia caused by rheumatism ol the mus cles Quick reiief ia afforded by applying Chamberlains Liniment Sold by all dealers Uraid Half Price Offer The TwiceaWeek issue of the a St Louis GlobeDemocrat is being offered for a limited time at just onehalf its regularlow price Sab scribers sending in their orders promptly can now secure thiagrgat semiweekly newspaper and home journal two years for one dollar or in clubs of two or more one year for fifty cents The Globe Democrat is Republican inpolitic8i aodiis universally conceded to be one of the few really great Ameri can newspapers The two issues each week give all the news of all the oarth for that week so edited and arranged as to form a com plate current history of thEpworld Its market reports are full and correct in every detail Its many special features each and all the best of their kind make it inter eating and invaluable to evegy member of the family You can not afford to ignore this unpre yourdtions today cr write for freeaam pIe copy to the Globe Printing Co St Louis Mo Snarl is a despised dog even among dogs The human snarl is always shunned by hip fellow beings and has but little influence which always takes the form of a dark shadowthem is no sunlight in snarls soul L I Five cent tonsorial parlors are t laipoBMble formany a bad scrip r nr rI I i jr jii oof t IW PI tff II3JtSEHERALDHazel Green Poit matter SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY rHURSDAY Nov 25 1909 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge KKLIY KASH Commonwealths Attorney I It HOLLON Clerk Meets third Monday in January first Monday in May third Monday in Scjiteui her WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge O B STAMPER County Attorney JtOBFrT 1 CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each mouth WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tuts ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District No IC M Fallen tnird Friday in March June September end Deceii ber- DistrictNo2Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and No vember District No 3SF Allen second Friday in February May August and November District No 4P It Legs first Friday in March May August and November District No5T C Hollon second Fri day in March June September and De cember District No rHoy Hurst third Friday in February May August and November District ho7B T Helton fourth Fri day in March June September and December District No SJ M Lovelace first Fri day in February May August and November Send Us All the News A dearth of local news often leads to murmurs on the part of thos9 who prize local gossip above all else ano it is not allthe fault of the publisher Any live publisher will not fail to give all tha news worthy of note therefore when the local department is short you should not rail at the editor but remember you might have committed suicide got married quarreled with your neighbor let your team run away stole chick ens or done a hundred other things to make a local item If a newspaper should publish current street gossip or the hints and allusions of the best society in the community it would be ostracised and the poor editor horsewhipped or burned at the stake Think a minute of the I sayInear neighbor and imagine how it f would look in print Dont criti cize the newspapers for what they 1 print but give them great credit for what they dont print A newspaper that contains onehalf the nonsense current among the best citizens would be considered unfit to read For The Herald I Tie Viewpoint of a Teacher As a country school teacher I find teaching a very pleasant thing with some whirs it is a very r hard task with others The rea son why it is so hard for some I think is that they forget for what purpoee they were engaged and feeling that there is a great ra- spi nsibility resting upon us as teachers I will try to give a few 1 hints for the young teacher As we have all kinds of material to deal with and all kinds of in tellect to develop it is a very im portant place to occupy and I find that some get weary in thee the work and find it a hard task f The reason is I think they have been going to school and required to bring up such and such lesions and we are having our pupils to do the same and I find it a hard task for the little ones I thinkwe should let the smaller ones nave a more liberty than the larger ones When wo are making our little pupil bring up a hard lesson and not showing for what purpose it is getting thlflesson rt becomes wearied and worn out gets rest j lesaand hard to keep still and at work Tlib best thing I find to eitbi feeling is to comrare t history viSth today and show your pupils tJie great need of an educa 4 poo show them the demUd for j A 4 oJ educated boys and girls and that in a few years the uneducated boy or girl will not stand so highI in society Make your this and it is not a hard task to get them to study Make your pupils feel that the lesson is real and not something to be memo rized and kept in memory all through life Show them the life of Lincoln the way he was brought up the way he split and laid up rails and would study by his pine torch at night and rose to be pres ident of the United States the greatest gift of the people Show them that there is nothing impos sible in the way of an education if enough time and energy is put forth How long has it been since we had the dunce cap and stool and were not allowed to whisper So we need not get worried ifwe do not keep just such order as they did back in those olden times I find the more we con verse about our lesson the more we learn about it But some will think this a little strange but just enough order is enough Dont have your pupils afraid to speak to you or to move upon the seats Whatever the old country women say about the school dont tear it down but just go ahead and the righteous will prevail When the righteous are in authority the people rejoice So hoping and wishing the young teacher success I am a coworker and teacher JAS S TESTER Murphy School How Did It Get There While reshingling the roof of Mt Olivet church a few miles from town recently four quarters of beef in a good state of perserva tiou were found in the attic by the workmen How it got there and when it was put there is not known but the supposition is that it was hidden there by some thiefwho never afterwards had an opportun ity to get and use it or was afraid to do so Some fifteen or sixteen years ago so we are informed Mrs Joaun Chaney lost a beef and the only trace that was ever found of it wac the hide which was discov ered in an abandoned well The four quarters of beef found be neatli the roof of the country church may have been Mrs Cha neys property which was stolen from her many years agoBath- Co World Serious Accident Reuben Barnes aged 22 son of James Barnes ot tho Howards Mill neighborhood was thrown from his horse Saturday night last and sustained injuries which may prove fatal The boy was riding at a good gait when his horse stumbled on a rock pile in the road throwing its rider Barnes besides being badly cut and bruis ed had his spine injured in the falland as a result is paralyzed from the waist down Physicians say there is little hope for his re covery He was taken to a Lex ington hospital Tuesday to undergo an operationMt Sterling Gazette Pays For Six Months Kingfisher Okla Oct 2809 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Inclosed find fifty cents in stamps and in return send me THE HERALD for six months While so far away I like to hear from my Kentucky friends and there is no better way than read ing TilE HERALD Since I left Hazel Green Academy I have been teaching in a public school and must say I like it but I love my dear old Kentucky home With best wishes to THE HER ALD I am the same little girl Route 5 KATE SWANOO Abolition of Hangings Herman D Newcomb state sen ator who lives in Louisville an nounced that at the next session he will present a bill providing that hangings be abolished in Kentucky and that electrocution be substituted and that all execu penitentiary Elmer Barker of Stillwater was in town Saturday and Sunday L w c1FWestern Newspaper Union and he tried to get us to use their ready prints For nearly 20 years we used the products of the predeces sors of this firm A N Kellogg Newspaper Union and were well pleased with their service How ever the uncertainty of getting freight to our town and various other reasons prevents our taking i them at present Mr Thuener is an affable courteous gentleman and was a guest of the Day House during his stay Bail in the sum ot 5000 each was granted Theodore Allen and Amelia Allen on a hearing Thurs day They are charged with the murder of Mrs Fannie Tutt about one year ago Mrs Amelia Allen was convicted at the last February term and sentenced to the peniten reIversedThey have not yet executed bond Breathitt County News B J K Slaughter and wife J W Chipman and wife G M Hume E D Webster and D M Hume all of Williamstowu arp at Ritteiihouse Ranch partaking of the healthgiving qualities of Swango water While taking in the sights of our little city they made a social call at THE HERALD Printery Uncle Jordan Wills one of the oldest citizens ot our town has been very sick for more than a year and unable to attend to any duties whatever His many friends will be pleased to learn that ho has so far recovered as to be able to walk around the yard a little on pleasant days One of the features of the bazaar for the benefit of the Cemetery As sociation Christian and Methodist churches will be the oldtime chick en pie dinner and all who can pos sibly do so should go aiound and take dinner Remember the time and placeJ T Days vacant store room Saturday December 11 Miss Florence Miller one of the best teachers at the academy re contly made arrangements with Dr Stucky of Lexington to per form an operation on a little child of Mrs Maud Craig of near Lee City that had drank some Banner lye about a month ago with the hope of saving its life Deafness Cannot be Cured by local application as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lin ing of the Eustachian tube When this tube iis inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely 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 often are caused by catarrh which is noth ing but au 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 P J CHENEY it Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Take HaWs Family Pills for constipation Although people realize they cant live forever dying is the last thing they want to do YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY Take 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and bladder are out of order and need attentionWhat To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmer- SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills almost every wish in correcting rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladderandevery part of the urinary passage Corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or badl effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often I through the and to get up many il andlimmediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the hihest be jI c cause of its remarkable health restoring properties If you need medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in fiftycent dust stringy indicates unhealthy tion nets day i 11 and onedollar sizes itm t B IH You may have asample bottle sent free bymail Address Dr Kilmer CoBing hamton N Y Mention this paper and remember the name Dr Kilmers Swamp Root and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle FARMSFOR 82 acres well improved good productive and grazing lands Trice 50 per acre 200 acres in Bath county well improved well watered and will produce any thing Price 80 per acre 18 12 acres near Howaids Mill this county good dwelling well watered and groundPrice75 acres well improved in good neigh borhood and good strong laud Pricer 80 per acre 240 acres well improved and one af the best farina in the county Will raise anythim and can be bought for 125 ptr acre 197 acres improved at 110 per acre 197 12 acres at 100 per acre 100 acres at 40 per acre rJ acres at 7iO asgood as can be found for tobacco or corn 100 acres well improved the best tobacco farm in the county and ran be divided at 12750 per 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 0 Now is the time to buy Land will go 10 per cent higher withinI the next twelve months 0W OFF1IIIN WOOD REAL ESTATE MT STERLING KY FARM FOR SALE 0Farm of 200 acres more or less lying on thewaters of Lacy creek known as the Cruey farm All1 fencedand crossfenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared land in grass Large orchard ever lasting fine water 5room dwell ing house halls and porches also tenant house For the next thirty days this farm will be offered at a bargain Possession given Janu particulars R No I Rardin Ill FARM FOR SALE 0 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 GO aqres in grass balance in culti vation and timber Good 5room dwelling with all necessary out buildings fine watergoodorchard t etc Fer terms and all other information call on or address R D MOTLEY Ezel Ky Rare OpDorfllRhii IIoffer for sale my residence consisting of sevenroom cottage good lot and garden and outbuildigs One of the most desirable locations in Hazel Green i Also my blacksmith and general repair shop which is superior to anything- of the kind in the country being fur wished with a complete outfit of and stock of materials and supplies al machineryWillseparatelyFor address1Marl 1I I r- rPj t n o Sz7 OZJ i1PVIa lvm I Millinery Opening t IBEGINNING JffI 1 X14 FRIDAY OCTOBER 251 JJ- l Co t H vO and continuing one week Millhrytt sIhave just received my Fall Goods of Dry Goods and Notions Full line of Cloaks 1 JaV Skirts etc Everything uptodate Call and see I vIJ I vJ KVM jnlf UPSTAIRS FRONT ROOM CECIL BROS STORE II1 O 11MISS FALAY LONG Ii SAMPLE I fi 1 1KASH Merchandise t to the citizens of Hazell Green and vicinity that they have just received magnificent line of IIAnllllllllre S ES GENTS EtcJJ Fine Clothing Hats Caps anti hat their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Goid Notions SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc to which they invite inspection AMERICAS GREATEST I TUE TOLEDOTOLEDO OHIO The Best Known per in the UnIted CIRCULATION Popular in Every State I J I I I The seventyfourth year of its I finds the Toledo Blade more popular jI Ht any period of its remarkable is now read toRch week by more million people Its field is not scribed hv State boundaries tHlt I the Ilength and breadth of the United giving it an unquestionable right ot I ing to be the greatest national weekly Puller in the country lbe Weekly Blade is distinctly a j newspaper The one object of its j has always been to make it fit for the ican home for the fireside and of to every member of the family To i iI this purpose it is kept clean audjwholes The news of the world is handled in a prehensive manner and the various I menu of The Hlade are edited with taking rare The Household page is light to the women and children allairs are treated editorially without I dice the serial stories are selected idea of pleasing the greeting number lion lasers the Question Itureau is a I book of information the Farmstead ranus are conducted with the I giving the patrons a medium for the change of ideas and information on topics Xo department is neglected every feature is taken care of with the of making The Blade worth many THE yearSampleBLADE Toledo FRUIT AND TREESEverything 111I ORCHARD LAWN and Catalog on Application No H F HILLENMEYER d LEXINGTON KY Headquarters I for the Best Watches Silverware and Optical at the lowest prices You also have your eyes tested fitted with glasses properly correctly Call and obtain ces it will not cost you a tobe convinced AR MAUPP WATCHMAKER JEWELER CAMPTON KY j DAY HOUSE KtaGMr 100 DAY 119P or1 Best table fare in Eastern Kentucky large sample room connected Heated lighted by gas throughout and pecialj cojapapoftioiu to traveling 4f BJ tL 1 L saI WetskYouto I If troubles because we are sure It lwill help you Remember that If 1J1 1r j CARDi Dill has brought relief to thousands of jother sick women so why not to For headache backache Iyou pains female weak t ness many have said It Is the best medicine to take Try III i Sold in This City 13 t itt I Electrici E BittersISucceed when everything airs fails z prostration and female supretsaI i + iSTOMACHl i it is the test medicine ever sold f over a druggists counter 4 1 l 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE 11 L TRADE MARUII Anyone sending a sketch and quickly ascertain Our opinion deecrllltloDIIInren m Is probablr P teaUt HoMwrtcUyconfldentULHANDEOOT onFitWK ecunncMteePatent J tfteial notice irltbont charge In Scientific Jlm beIIfaindiomelr Illustrated weekly rotation of any iclentlflc journal rear four months fL Sold b7 MUN pIso361srosdetNew1t+ ii- I Bran j Office tb F 1C WMhlMtoofr f IDltnrrybod EUCTRICIA and UtOUiaC Is a magazine for etcrytodr i Lam abo teltttrlc5dnttIgsdenceaodbv1011 fOf tkilfuUcJp4ctijmSa ri copy We II ion urthlt paper IIJI a JUt Sam plOD Pub Cft e Beacon SLo Bottom MN WB PRINTS- ALE BILLS AMI PUNT THEM BICHJ I 4P J T 1 I 1 Rape Onetoj DoctorNo i from oneldoctor to another Select the best one then stand by himC Do not dt lay but consult him in time when you are sick Ask his opinioni i of Ayers so Cherry pectoral for coughs and cold Then use it or not just jas he saystlj we publish our foraulM W bnhh alcohol 11 rromonrmedieinti B ers W urge you to toconsult your Uoetcr Always keep a box of Ayers Pills in the house Just pnc pill at bedtime now and all then will ward off many an attack of biliousness indigestion sick headache How many years has your doctor known in these pills Ask him all about them w n I 3 CAyrCoLowell rdsss THE HERALD THANKFUL 1 For all the good things of this earth Of mingled gall and honey For maiden melody and mirth And mostof all for bThii I And shoud be paid with pleasure While tnotlMiuie turkeys yield for you A gastron i ilIMiss Ella Trimble of Mt Ster i ling is visiting the family of J T Day Bro Jim Little who has been very sick for some time is slowly improving Mies Juda Cox paid a visit toJ her fathers home in The Cala noose MondayfThe man who never makes mis takes misses a good many splendid t chances to learn something Walter Henry of Grassy creek was in town Sunday and had hiI name put on TIlE HERALD list tMiss Ella Kash of JacKson wasI a guest of Miss t Carrie Rose over Sunday returning home Monday J Rev W B Racau preached to a large attentive and audience Son day evening at the M E church Chlldrelr Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA 1 i When a man begins bysaying liT tell you the truth you may be pretty sure he is going to tell a liecMisses Rosa and Lula Perkins of Lacy creek attended servicesI t at the Christian church here Sunday 1 Uncle Charley Cecil who ha been sick and for a time not ex pected to live is gradually gettin- better W L Welch representing the Paris Milling Co Paris was in p town Tuesday calling on the mer chants Jeff M Rose and wife of LacyI creek visited the latters parent- Joe Cecil and wife near Ezel lasti Sunday It costs more for a dull mer chant to brush the dust off his goods than it would to advertise and sell them The protracted meeting which was to begin at the Methodist church Saturday night has been postponed indefinitely Even the little children have taken an interest in the bazaar and are working with a vim to make it a success Misses Sue Long and Templin teachers in the Cannel z City school accompanied by Guy Leslie and Ed Faulkner spentt Sunday in Hazel Green For Sale 630 fine select oak T trees within 4 miles of CannelI City and one mile of Licking river Call on my partner L C Patrisk t Lykins Ky B F MCCLURE Many school children suffer from constipation which is often the cause of seeming stupidity at les- Ions Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are an ideal modici to give a child for they are mu and gentle in their effect and will i 1 eve even chronic constipation JeW by All dealer q Am Excellent Beau Prof Tom McGarvey of Lexing n last Sunday told the story of ry Elijah and the Raven in his disI couraa at the Christian church and rendered it so earnestly as to i everyone even though a sordidsinner of the sincerity of in His promise to all who obey his commands Mr McGar vey is a fine pulpit orator and isJ gifted in power of speech as toa command wrapt attention at allb times His sermon Sunday was a to all who heard him Wo learn incidentally that the C W M people art trying to get him take the place vacated by Bro Derthick and if he comes with respects to Bro Derthick the next year will prove the grandest 1 the history of the school Tom McGarvey as he is called by per sonal friends is a mixer among mixers and that trait will tendto buildup the school by making many more friends Wo hope he will accept and comedAn Accomplished Young LaST Miss Ora Campbell who it will remembered won one of the prizes at the commencement exercises at the academy last spring n a recital wherein she developed exceptionalability as an elocutionist on Sunday last sang a solo at the Christian church entitled Leaves Only LeavesII which was one of the most beau tiful Our Man About Town hasr overheard She was accompanied i the organ by Mrs B F Poteet who did the instrumental part in style Miss Ora and we do not say it to have her stage struck showed by her recital in the entertainment and her song at th f church that she has a remarkable voice A gentleman from Lex 1 ington who was at the church ramarked that he had never hear t anything better rendered outside regular opera She is a daughter of Mr and Mra Mitch Campbell and allof our townspeople are 1 proud of her qualificationsI Almost Too Late Our Stillwater correspondence came in yesterday evening too late to be of much use for this issue However we hold the pa per back long enough to give the most important items Monday Wiley Perkins the 17yearold son of Doc Perkins of Lacy creek for ibly detained the little 11 year 1old daughter of Miles Trent of the same creek and cruelly out raged her The child ran to her home crying and her mother gav ess caped and a posse is in pursuit Illg+ states that Larkins Combs had aII narrow escape from death by fall iing under a train of cars and astI t it was one of his legs was cut offr and be was otherwise seriously injured He is a son of Rev WmI Combs of Montgomery county + JsRose of Stillwater and S S Combs of Madison county Celebrate ReorganizationI Jr O U A 11 which has been recently reorganized at Trent willl celebrate the event on Sunday the 28th inst and a grand march will be one of the features of the occasion A larks crowd is antic ipated and Rev Jeff Edwards announced Sunday at Laurel church that the procession would form at wite1 be dinner on the ground or not we cannot say Anyhow Dr Hunter ethe district organizer tells Our Man About Town that the order at that place was originally com posed of the elite of that neighbor hood and that being the case w opine that dinner on the ground will be a feature As it is a good order THE HERALD hopes it may prove a success at all times For the benefit of those wh abhor printers ink as a prime fac advancement of their interests we should state that Samsonthe strong party was ttie first man to advertise He demoDnI 1strafe his strength and several thousand people tumbled to the scheme He brought down the hone Mrs Juda Ward recently received a letter from her son Hen at Duchesne Utah stating that the first fall of snow covered the ground last week It was three inches deep Among the recent transfers of realestate in this neighborhood- e note that Alex Shockey sold is farm to Mrs Joel Gevedcn for consideration of 2500 and then one from Doc Kash paying 1750 for namo- Registers at the Day House since last report J W Tester man Louisville A F Garner West Liberty T A Fields and a driver Portsmouth Ohio C F Thuener Cleveland Ohio W CtHenry West Liberty A W Cart welland E S Cartwell West Liberty The Ladies Aid Society willl this week meetat MrsF N DaysI dressmaking establishment Fri at 1 p m As the regular meeting day comes on Thanks giving this change of date seemed best for all purposes All members and others interested are requested t to be present The ladies who have charge of the annual bazaar which will this year be held m the yacant storeroom on the corner of Main andI 11II are putting forth great efforts to this one the best ever hadI in our town Let every ono come out and help the ladies turn in a goodly sum to the Cemetery Asso ciation Methodist and Christian churches Lykinsefireman on the 0tit K rail roadwas instantly killed last Monday at his home in CannelI 1of leandn the little fellow was preparing to- go hunting and had aid his gun down when it was discharged from aome unknown cause the entire load taking effect in the head nearly blowing it off George Dyer had the misfortune of getting his hand severely hurt with a pair of scissors the other aay He had carried coal into the house and while brushing the coal dust from his clothes he strucka pair of scissors whic were in his pocket the point of which entered the palm of his hand nearly passing thru George says it is very painful but hopes it will cure before he is called to RepreI sentativeelect Perry has promised him We take pleasure in duectia our readers attention to the ad vertisement the Southern Schao- of Telegraphy Newnan Georgia which appears elsewhere in this issue of THE HERALD The S S T is the leading Telegraph Insti tute in the United States and its graduates arealways in demand The railroads of the country are in need of many additional telegraph operators and every youngI man wishing to learn a practical trade would do well to write tho school at Newnan for its new illus trated catalog giving full information DRESSMAKING 0Mrs F N DAY has just opened a Dressmaking Establishment where she is pre 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 snit appear as 9new She solicits the patroaa of the public and guarantees sat isfaction in all cases Her many friends and old customers will recognize the fact that she has had an experience of thirty years and- o is amply able to meet all demands 50 Farms FOR SALE Ranging in area from 25 sores to 800 acres Write for descriptive circular nom Address JNO M WHEELER R No 4 Winchester Ky 10 KENTUCKY KERNELS I Carefully Collates aid Coiciielyl I Ckroiiclei George Harrison of Barren county wti instantly killed by a tree falling onII him I A special term of Mublenberg Circuit I court has been called t dispose of nine I I murder cases on the docket iI The Democrats carried over twenty Republican counties some of which had jI never gone Democratic before The Kentucky School of Law was or I ganized last week at Frankfort The Judges of the Court of Appeals compose the faculty David Burrow a 9 yearold boy stole ride on the rest of an automobile at Winchester and then jumped off frac turing his skull Fire destroyed the house of John AI ezander at Uoplcinsvitle and the fam ily barely escaped with their lives The 2500IThe Democrats elected five out of eight members of the Carter Fiscal court the first time the party has had such control in thirty years By order of the board of health of Paris public schools are closed and all public assemblages prohibited on account of an epidemic of diphtheria John Johnson a negro prisoner in the Hopkinsville jail was accidentally shot when a pjstol fell from a policeman I pocket and accidentally discharged D B Daniel the defeated Democratic candidate for County Judge of Powell county has filed notice of contest alleg ing gross fraud andirregularities in ev ery precinct in the county Acting Governor Cox appointed A D Wells Democrat County Judgeelect of Menefee county to fill the unexpired term of Judge W L Craig who resign ed because of his election to the legisla ture Judge Robert L Stout of the Hour ban Circuit court will try to straighten out about fifty divorce case which haveI br en docketed for the November term the court which convened last 1IonI day at Paris t Frank M Tracey Democratdefeate Judge W McD Shaw Republican for reelection as Circuit Judge at Coving ton by only one vote and Jndge Shaw has announced that he will not Coates- the election in the court Eight indictments against prominent Owen county farmers for the burning of the barn of County Road Supervisor Nelson Cunningham were returned by the grand jury at Owenton toes week They gave bond in the sum of 2000 each acesh dentally fired from a pistol struck the watch in hiv pocket C B Sims of Cvn thiana would have been severely wound ed or perhaps killed Earl Dills was carelessly handling a gun that wasnt loadedThe Court of Appeals in a recent de cision says that hotels can not serve intoxicating drinks with meals to their guests on Sunday the Sunday closing togsa loons Also that the local option pro hibition law does not affect the sale o 1soft drinks such as near beer In Lee Circuit court last week H L Wheeler a local attorney and B Fulton French of HarglsCallahanFrench feud fame exchanged blows Judge Adams imposed a fine of 30 on each and gave them a severe reprimand in open court Wheeler had sued French for a fee for defending him in the James B Marcum murder cue The furnishings for the governors reception room in the new capitol a Frankfort will cost 10000 The ra which is to cover the floor is being made to order in France and will be one of the show pieces in the new capitol It will be the most expensive single article in the whole building and was especially dessigned for the room in which it is t be laid I That the prohibition wave has not driven out whisky but increased iits manufacture is evidenced by the fact that Collector Roberts says 4he receipts at the internal revenue office will thi month exceed 200000 The Old Crow distillery also notified the collector that they would increase their capacity from 394 bushels to 789 bushels per day g- eCASTOR IA For Innts and ynuarea The KIlt YH Nays Always BlIP Bears the- Signature fidf For SaleTwo of the 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 I Doc Kash and wife took in the sights at totown last Saturday i iiThe Kind You Hnvo Always Bought and which has been Iin use for oVer 30 yearsrHas borne the signature of indI1aS oeea Inane unuc JllS per sonnl supervision since Its infancy Allowno one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and JnstasgoodU are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants mid Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant v It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms v 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 PanaegaThe Mothers mend CENUINE CASTORIAALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THO sUTAYa COYMar TT MUIIIUV non atrl roan ORr IS ITthe oldest and the largest banks that are the safest Observation and experience answers NO I Teadeposit your money in a bank that is under control t A bank that loans its money in small sums well distrib secureddA hank that is conservative and will protect its depositors This opportunity is offered you by v I tThe HAZEL GREEN BANK H F PIERATT President R H PATTON Cashier 1 J I J WINTERIS COMING and we are now prepared to helpJJ you get ready for it Our Fall and Winter line ofIMILLINERY Dry Goods arid Notions is complete An Elegant Display of Beautiful Pattern Hats Trinrlrtj zLa ES etc A Beautiful Selection of Tailored Suits Coots ant Skirts for Ladies Misses and Children Nothing but the best and latest to sell you Prices reasonable i pu patronage solicited Yours truly TROYgKash Johnson Kath- oDEALERS IN General MerchandiseCO- UNTRY PRODUCE Oa- S HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they have just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware c and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and qualty for WOMEN AND MEN and sell them at the lowest margin of rofit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes of our former immense stock including in the lot some very fine and many pairs of suitable farm shoos every pair a bargain will he sold At Cost and Carriage and Even Least BASH JOHNSON KASH A Dollar spent at home reacts in itslbenefits v Iwith 0 unceasing general profit endedIr l J jp i h7 J ii i r StopPainI IiTate I l ONEof Little Tabletsand Pania ea NEURALGIA Dr Mir Pr pine Wr sd by M Gee yeen aadMd u Mel sSI ildtt t4 M nx aa steshttHaty w BoMMNT ere na re aR- HEUMA d SCIATIC iIa 25 poses 25 cents y1IIbDr Mltea AFIIIINt I u4 to fe irtimil q tans de dcsl Ile M MUfl all tf H hlU a bncftl jroti I I 300000 IN CASH PRIZES TO AGENTS OF THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER OF CINCINNATI OHIO Besides a Liberal Commission that will insure to Solicitors 10000 a month and better 1 Cash prize of S r0000 1 Cash prlzi of 30000 1 Cuh prize of 20000 1 Cash prize of 10000 k 4 Cuh prizes of 76 each 80000 4 Cub prizes of 60 each 24000 8 Cash prizes of 50 each 40000 12 Cash prizes of 25 each 30000 c U Cub prizes of 16 each 16500 7 Cub prizes of 10 each 7000 50 Cash prizes amounting to 257500 EXTRA STATE PRIZES 1 Extra prize for Ohio S 10000 1 Extra prize for Indiana 7500 1 Extra prize for Illinois 5000 1 Extra prize for Kentucky 5000 t Extra prize for Virginia or West Virginia 5000 4 Cash prizes for States not earned here of 25 each 10000 I GRAND TOTAL OF 59 CUB prizes amounting to 300000 The Liberal Commissions we pa I Solicitors in addition to cash prize will equal or greatly excel the amount ofsuch cash prize thus insur ing allagainst loss if only ten yearly Subscriptions are obtained a The General News and Subscription Agencies are barred from this contest Hence Solicitors have no occasion to fear opposition from thatt sourceSend for terms get an early start I Earnest work will bring you 500 a day ENQUIRER COMPANYCINCINNATI Ot KILL TH COUCH AM CURE THE LUNCS sTtE1IIw DisUGIIIY PRICEFQlAss ALL TRlATANIUJHTIOOILE- SGl1ABJr9BD BATIB7QTOB- OZ Yom 8PIIYDZD WaBuy FURSHides and i Weal HEADACHE FutLcn Tallow Sawn Ghucac CoUn5e dIow Rood M yAppI WZ4 Giac r ek We ue duln a ouUd m l656Om LJfacrztw i LaamSt adcall do ktter r ran iKtn ayrohasanieadrm jUracc ear Beak is loWwiI WM for Myelin factliit and iHipcing lack JR U Sabel 4Setup 2ZI tMarket SL LeUtSttUC Kf i t DR 0 H WILL A3f8 PHYSICIAN JOT SUIQBON HAZEL OSEEN KY Offer lift proles sal ttrrioM to ffi6 ei- y aelingeoatyr OCee at fab feriiwe adMatw fbn JI y J t ti e + lMl 4e i4444 +sMFe ff The Conquest ByDfTR DERICK A COOK CpiriftfsiybelsrYorkj Ckaftialn Xcc r4nee WJtfc Cpy 5 riKt Act CoferifUIii Mea lCesblier4elH NOa 4 N snowshoes and with spread 0 legs I led tbe way The sled with light loads followed The srtKce vibrated as we moved aliag butthe spiked handle ot the ice ax U4 not euHjr pate through For about two miles we walked with an elY tread and considerable anxiety but we had all been on similar ice be fore and we knew that with a ready line and careful watchfulness there was no great danger A cold bath however in that temperature forty degrees below could have had some serious consequences In two crossings all our supplies were safely landed on the north shores and from there the lead tuul a more picturesque effect For a time this bugs separation In the pack was a mystery to me At first sight there seemed to be no good reason for its existence Peary bad found a similar break taorth of Robe son channel It seemed likely that what we saw was an extension of the same lead following at a distance the general trend of the northernmost land extensionThis precisely what one finds on a smaller scale wherever two ice packs come together Here we have the pack of the central polar sea meeting tbe land ice The movement of tbe land pack is intermittent and usually along the coast The shallows grounded Ice and projecting points interfere with n steady drift The movement of the central pack is quite constant and al mftst in every direction The tides the currents and the winds each give momentum to tbe floating mass This lead is the break ing line between the two bodies of ice It widens as the pack separates narrows or widens with an easterly or westerly drift according to the pressure of the central pack Early in 5 i- a 4 vfv A BAD nm the season when too pack is little cre Yueed ud not elastic it is probably wide later as the entire sea of ice becomes active it may disappear or blft to UM Bearer the land New IU Steps Drift In low new ice forms rapidly and this offers an obstruction to the drift f the old Ice As tbe fcavy central Ice Is pressed against the unyielding land pack the small Ice Is ground up and even heavy floes are crushed Tkis reduced mass of small ice is pasted and cemented along tbe stores of the big lead leaving a broadband of troublesome surface as a seri one barrier to sled travel It seems quite likely that this lead or a condition almllar to It extends entirely around the polar sea as a buffer between the land and the middle pack With the big lead and Its many pos fllblUtiea for troublesome delay behind a course was get to reach the eighty fifth parallel on the meridian What little movement was noted on the Ice had been easterly and to allow for this drift we aimed to keep a line slightly west of tbe poleThe wind was not a troublesome fac tor as we forged along for the first day over this central pack After a run of eleven hours the pedometer registered miles but we bad taken a zigzag course and therefore only placed seventeen miles to our credit The night was beautiful Tbe sun sank into a purple hazje and soon there appeared three sung in prjsnjatjn cpl ors and these soon settled into the frozen sea During the night nar row band of orange brightened the northern skies while the pack surface glowed In magnificent shades of violet and lilac and pale purple blue Land clouds Still Visible at noon on March 24 gave our position as latitude 83 degrees 31 minute longitude OS degrees 27 minutes The land clouds of Grant Land were still visible and low bank of mist in the west occa sionally brightened offering an outline suggestive ot ftcd This we believed to be Crocker but past persist entry eereenet tM borfcon and p4 flpt offer an to atfdv tae con aad tfty of the laM ceolki+ e fits sk as- FV f r tt after ei MM 4 Co L u e fal l4l4illele+ e of the Pole tt iiThe BiJ Arctic + Es cape From Death When Ice Partedof of SEVENTH ARTICLE e +efe+ + + +e +S +S + +e+ search one seal blowhole was found and an old bear track but no alga or other small life was detected in the water of the crevices At the big lead a few algae were gathered but here the sea was sterile The signs of seal and bear however were for a possible food supply In return tug the season would be more advanced and the life might move north ward thus permitting an extension of the time allowance of our rations Though the heat of the sun was barely felt its rays began to pierce tbe eye with painful effects The bright light being reflected from tbe spotless surface of tbe storm driven snows could not long be endured even by the Eskimos without some protection The amber colored goggles that we bad made at Annootok from the glass of the supplies noV proved a priceless discovery They effectually removed one of the greatest torments to arctic travel The darkened or smoky glasses blue glasses and ordinary automobile gog gles bad all been tried with Indifferent results They failed for one rrason or another mostly because of an insuf ficient range of vision or a faulty con struction making it impossible to pro reed more than a few minutes without removing the accumulated condensation Relief In Amber Glasses This trouble was entirely eliminated In our goggles The amber glass screened only the active rays which Injure the eye but did not interfere with the range of vision Indeed the eye relieved of the snow glare was better enabled to see distant objects than through fleldslasses It is fre quently most difficult to detect Icy on dandy days The amber glass also dispels this trouble r x- t 11R tx i- r4 iNb a t x4 y a temperature ninetyseventh twentythree a Satisfactory observations a l n opportunity toorUntil forUobMrraUoM a TIIet F LeadAn Hurricane Narrow encouraging photographic irregularities UBE AUGLE perfectly enabling the eye to search carefully every nook and crevice through the vague incandescence which blinds the observer in hazy weather Tbe amber glass therefore reduces not tbe quantity of light as do smoky glasses but tbe quality We were not only relieved of tbe pain and fatigue of snow glare but tbe amber color gave a touch of cheer and warmth to our chilled horizon of bluer So thoroughly were we in love wltL these goggles that later they were worn while asleep with the double object of screening the strong light which passes through the eyelids and also to keep the forehead warm On this march in the early part of the afternoon tbe weather proved good and the ice though newly crevassed Improved as we advanced Tbe late start spread our days work close to the chill pf midnight and before we were quite ready to camp there were signs of another gale from the west Mttle sooty clouds with ragged edges pcprripd along at an alormlpg pace and beyopd a bugs smolty bank black eyed the pearly gJUtpjr Suitable camping Jce was sought and in the course of an hour an igloo was built The structure was built stronger than usual Double tiers of snow blocks were placed to tbe wind ward and a little water was thrown over the top to cement the blocks The dogs were fastened to the lee of hummocks and the sleds were securely lashed and fastened to the ice We expected a hurricane and had ppt opg to wait to taste of its bitters basethewUhlfDrcetnoptaptsthebanks of snow and great drifts en circled the Igloo The cemented blocks of our dome withstood the sweep of H smallriffsIIlJoWwpntorEarlyof but a few hours the storm ceased as suddenly as it came and left a still ness which was appalling The dogs popn began to howl desperately as if WVfctf1 ft7 a fePIK Wd WP rushP ppzpprpgapJJ1g dlstreesTheud beer tbea ia vayteldias heat U They had partly uncovered themselves but by trace and harness they were frozen to hardened masses so much so that few could rise and stretch which is a severe torment to dogs aft er a storm We freed their traces beat the cemented snows from their furs with sticks and their curling tails and pointed noses told of common grat itude As we skirmished about for a little stretch ourselves the sun rose over the northern blue flashing the newly driv en snows in warm tones The temper ature during the storm rose to 26 below but now tbe thermometer sank rapidly below 40 The west was still smoky and tbe weather did not seem quite settled It was too early to start so we disrobed again slipped into the bags and sought a quiet slumber- A few hours later we were rudely awakened by loud explosive noises Looking about nothing unusual was detected about the igloo and a peep through the eye port gave no cause for tbe disturbance It was concluded that tbe ice was cracking from the sudden change of temperature in quite tbe usual harmless manner and we turned over to prolong the bag com I forts Then there came a series of thundering noises with which the ice quiv ered Ahwclah arose and said that tbe house was breaking I turned to rise and sank into a newly formed crevasse which up to that moment was bridged by snow A man in a bag is a helpless creature and with water below and tumbling blocks of snow from above pressing one deeper and deeper the case was far from humorous nt a temperature of 48 below Still the boys laughed heartily Their hands however were quickly occu pied Ahwelah grabbed my bag and rolled me over on snow of doubtful j security They then slipped into furs with electric quickness and tossed the things out on safe ice In the extreme cold the water froze In sheets about tbe bag and when tbe ice was beaten off the reindeer skin was to my pleasure found quite dry A few moments more of sleep and we might all have found a resting place in the chilling deep That experience kept us ever watchful for the dangers of the spreading Ice in all calms after stormsThe ice about was much disturbed and numerous black lines of water opened on every side from which oozed Jets of frosty steam The great difference between the temperature of the sea and that of the air made a contrast of 70 degrees and the open spots of ice water appeared to be boil IngAnxious to move along away from the troubled angle of Ice the usual breakfast was simplified Melting some snow we poured down tbe Icy liquid as an eye opener and then began at tbe half pound bowlder of pemmican but with cold fingers blue lips and no possible shelter the stuff was unusual ly hard To warm up the sleds were prepared and under the lash the dogs jumped Into harness with a bound The pem mican somewhat reduced with the ax was ground under the molars as we went along The teeth were thus kept from chattering and the stomach was fired with durable fuel As we advanced tine ice Improved to some extent and with a little search h safe crossing was found over all of the new crevices though a strong west erly wind carried a piercing cold Good progress was made but we were not allowed to forget at any time that we were Invading the forbidden domains of polar environment The Bitter Cold In starting before the end of tho winter openIcewe had first accustomed our eyes to a frigid darkness and then to n perpetual glitter with shivers This proved to be the coldest season of the year We should have been hardened to nil kinds of arctic torment but man only gains that advantage when the pulse ceases to beatFar land far from other life there was nothing to arouse a warm ing spirit Along the land there had been calms and gales and an inspiring contrast even in the dark days and nights but here the frigid world was felt at its worst The wind which came persistently from the west now sbarpJnflicted The knd of torture most felt In this wind apd hun ld ali of an arctic pack was a picturesque mask of tea about tile face Every bit of exhaled mols ture condensed and froze either to the facial balr or to the line of fox tolls about the hood It made a comical caricature of us Tbe frequent turns In this course brought both sides to the wind and arranged a line of icicles from every hair offering a convenient nucleus These lines of crystal offered a pleas- Ing dash of light and color 03 we notIaffppd mncb amusement to tbo Indi vidual exhibiting them Such hairs as pad pot been pulled from the lips and the chin were first weighted and then the wind carried the breath to the long hair with which we protected our heads and left a mass of dangling frost An lIcy Coatiflth Apcuronjated mojsturo from the eyes rooted the eyelashes and brows The humidity escaping about the forehead I whilethatt nedIwith falling breath made a semicircle cleabowererlfFfitpn tUe coarse Ijalr Within the nostrils It Is to free tbo face of this kind of decoration that the Eskimos pull the facial hair rot by the roots hence the Ml poverty of mustaches and bearo 1 raJ lJ di c t Worn Women Women worn and tired from overwork need a tonic That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave you of itself You should take Wine of I Cardui that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women Thousands of women have tried Cardui and write enthusiasticaiy of the great1 benefit it has been to them Try itdont experiment z- use this reliable ofttried medicine TAKE I o J i The Womans Tonicii t t Mrs Rena Hare 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