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U- I w 4I t 1 I tIrTI i 7 5Gffl f r- I z f i TiGREEN al la- r IDS I = Establtihtd March 4 1885 Made Famous laths Story of Joriathanand His Contineatby Max ORell 0 i e9f 0pad Y4It0r The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely CrcuAted and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a YiiriiAdvaKi = = j u = = TWENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THUR DAY DECEMBER 2 1909 NUMBER Udrton and Eastern Railway jlae Table In EUect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND 111 1os No5 Dail1 and uudayS 81Al10NS Dailyex Sunday Sunday I Ionlyi IAMLvelscbonf VgKJancLt pm Jc 111 am 3 YU pm i5iuwe Tat 7 3Uam 3n po 15am 7 45 am 3 M po 8 =ti am Bridge I j Iii Js 7 48 am 3 57 po b8 aw campton 8 15 am 4 26 pm 81 ambatoD 8 25 am I 35 pm 902 am CUyC11 9 Wam 5 o7 pm iuuismW- iachester is LEJuncn 9 12 am 5 20 p11 1012 am 955am 6U5 pm- l JOc a- mlari EAST BOUND 1 IwNo 4 1I0 exSfATIONB Daily andRIII1 l r Sunday atj daJ 1 A31 Lye ivfJLWe1 Lexiugton 0 7 36 ami 13 33pm YO a 11 lnctlt 8 13t am 8 26 pm- t S l9 d plD1L Way ter120lt 9 U2 lUll 9 lU am- 4SOplD M camptoUJUULUI 9381111 135 pm 61 am 447 pm 68 BeauyveJclU1017 am- IlUpmt 7U am g4Spm 90 OKJuncn 90111 15 am i 610 pill 94 J ckaon1 94 2U am CONNECTIONS L dE JtM1101lUIIIII Kos 1 and i1 wm mike conuectiou with the C ORy Ji- pM is Sterling JvmcrtoiTrains Nos 1 2eatrrox i lead 4 connect with the Mountain Central 0 Bytor Pine Ridge and Campton CTlONlraiu8 No2- r BIATTYVJAK Jv w wake connection at Beattyville June Tith the L wA hallway for passenger u tad from Be attyville o K JUCTJUNfrain Koi Sand 4 i 1 i with the O d K Railway for local IttSoni on the O d K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager oBAtltlCUTTGenPua Agent L 4 liD KeM Railway lime Table May 21 9OBi WEST BOUND 21It susy f I Sunday JLAKtl PM ARB0 27 IfIi20 6 Cannel Citrl22l 12 35 65 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 1 t t 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 t 405 20 Hampton 11 Hal f 362 22 Wilburst 6 H H 310 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 i 3 00 Jackson 11 05i L EAST BOUND r Boat 121 I JSI No22 Daily CL STATIONS Daily e- gaay 3 v Sunday IJLMLYK PHLVE 1 710 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 K 733 2liHelechawa 61 117 I 7 45 19Lee City 11 1 2- 3if J U 13 Hampton 13 1 44- g 37 10 Wilhurst 20 151 t 25tNoi21 and 22 will make close connectto- itt 01i K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for t pUoa the Lexington aud Eastern RailI L CONLEYr wa1 M fjSuperintendejG I nl Ito It No1 No 2 BttABT ABE1VE- jj10600 a mCampton1130 a m 00p mCampton 000pm to 2 No1 AUU7E DEPART v ItSOamiCampn JunclO05am I 380 pmCampn Juno 440pm I The Mountain Central I COnnection with all L E pas longer trains B F BOLIN- CUNDBBTAKBB r CAMPTON KYe INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and 4 i the adjoining counties that be carries t tliM of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes eterrthing necessary to put awmjv C dead indecent style W pecial caskets supplied on 24 je g orderedTeameand g lUo can fill orders for tombstones C sEWELL C NOSE K I Notary Public I STILLWATER KY x RhU professional services to citizens patronagetabs of Mt Jui midcDce oaUlxaser r i T i 1 1 iCOUNTY NEWS 1 Local Items ofgeneral tItof our readers especi ally distantfriendsaII STILLWATER Rollin Combs the ladies man of Laudsaw was at Trent Sunday preaching nightS H Rose whose illness has een mentioned in these columns able to be out again Mrs Geneva Brown of Trpnt went to Campton Saturday to attend to some legal matters Robt J Rose attended church Sulphur Springs in Menifee county Saturday and Sunday Kelly Sally of The Calaboose and a brother of G W Sally of this place is selling out to go to uskogee0klaRev of this creek went to Coppers creek in Menifee county Saturday to look after his i logging interests returning Sun dayArthur 1 Kash of Landsaw whe teaching trip public school at i Valerie was initiated into the JrIU A M at Trent Saturday i i night Ben T Gosney formally of GOB neyville and Campton returnedE to Campton recently from Muskp gee Okla after an absence of six I months i Miss Ninnie Brewer and G W f Sally and wife of this sleek and Rev J D Hunter of Cannel City were visiting your correspondent 1 and family Sunday Last week Burney Finch of thisI creek traded a house and lot iin Cam ton which is known as the Henry Garrison property to B TIGooney for a tract of laud near Gosneyville The writer had occasion to beat Helechawa Friday of last week and found that the road between that point and Hazel Green was absolutely dangerous to tiayel es pecially to drive over The reason our last weeks letter was not received at your office iiu due time was that the mail Carrie- o1 this route did not stop and get it from the rural mail box nnti1 it had laid there over Monday and TuesdayGeorge Culbertson informed the correspondent Sunday that Wilej Perkins who recently detains Myrtle Trent and his own daugh ter has not been captured A writ was issued aud placed in the hands of Deputy Sheriff George ByrdGeorge L Athey of Campton- r who was the Republican candidate for circuit court clerk at the recent election eloped one day last week with the 18yearold daugh ter of Douglas Evans and took he Jeffersonville Ind where they married They returned to Campton Nov 29 DOMINGO Many persons rind themselves affected with a persistent coup h after an attack of influenza As this cough can be promptly cured by the use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy it should not be allowed to run on until it becomes troubles some Sold by all dealers TRENT Walter Maloney visited his father on Lacy creek Sunday Quite a crowd attended the Junior rally at this place Sunday Mr and Mrs S M Tyler of Consolation were guests of J H Barker and family Sunday There will be preaching at thieot place the first Sunday in Decem ber Everybody is invited Asbury Robison and wife Lacy creek ook dinner with Je Edwar s find frniiy Sunday J M Rose of Hazel Green pur chased a hog from Walter Maloney last freek for a private price Mrs Jesse Ann Stamper and Lillian and Robert Johnson off H zel careen attended services this place Sunday 110lov29 pAQTBua i4 lLi if TO youritemsmornioR110ndalifnot be published unless of unusual im Advertise no ones business write on one tide of the paper only SANDFIELD Willie Clark is building a nice storehouse Mrs Mattie Collinsworth of Mariba is visiting friends at this place Rev Frank Agar will preach at this place the second Sunday in next month 1HMrs Joe Pieratt near Mt Ster lingasti week Alias Angie Wills who has been on the sick list for some time is slowly improving LongbranchMrs WA Oldfield Sunday- J J Catron wife and daughter Mrs Garland Dennis were guests pf H S Stamper and wife Sunday W A Oldfiwlds and daughter Miss Cordie visited friends in i Menifee county last Saturday and Sunday Nov 29 HILDKKD I Mole U Sawmill at Miimiflht unmindfulof dampness drafts storms or cold W J Atkins work ed as night watchman at Banner Springs Tenn Suchexposure gave him a severe cold that settled in his lungs At last he had to give up work He tried manyjem edies but all failed till he used Dr Kings New Discovery After using one bottle he writes I went back to work as well as ever Severe colds stubborn coughs in tlamed throats and sore lungsc Hemorrhages croup and whooping cough get quick relief and prompt cure from this glorious medicine I 50f and 100 Trial bottle freeIguaranteed by all dealers I MURPHY FORK Manford Toliver is on the sickI list at this writing Luther Brown who has beenI sick for nearly a mouth is no bet ter Will Ayers moved from the placer1last week Last week Melvin Tackett moved from Greenbrier to the J S Pie ratt place Married at Ezel Thanksgiving day Frank Montgomery and Liz zie Bailey Misses Nora aud Zelpha Pieratt spent Thanksgiving at the home of Miss Callie Rasa at Ezel Mrs Maude Cecil and children of Giilmore will spend a weekor two at the homo of her father W H Murphy The Hurt brothers and two oth or noted sportsmen from the bluer grass were in this neck o the woods last week Dr Taylor Center passed through our village Sunday en route to tho home oi Miss Cora Murpby wh is sick with tonsilitis While scratching around for items the writer observed a rain bow of gladness wayine oer the dear old mansion on the hill Oni inquiry it was found that a new occupant by the name of Hurt o f Johnson fork of Lacy creek bad recently moved in Nov 29 TULIP Rich el1 QWIroa w beside this I wantsto go on record as saying thatI regard Elec7 tric BitteN as one of tbe greatw tI gifts that God has made to wo mans writes MreO Ehinevault Vestal Center N Y I can never forget what it haedoria for me This glorious medicine givd a a woman buoyant spirits irigot of quickffly cures nervousness melancholy headache backache fainting and dizzy spellsl j scon builds up the weak ailing and sickly Try them 50c at all dealers children cry atfOR FLEIC- NEtSCASTORIA e- Jid Ifi BELKNAP Rollie Haddix spent baturday and Sunday with TJ E Perkins f Reese Lindon and wife and Logan Lindon of Ins o visited here Sunday Misaes Rnnaia and Esther Allen i and Eva Burton pent Sunday afternoon witt Miss Diarists Ar nettRobert Rose and Miss Gordo Whitt of this place were married Saturday at his h me near LeIJ CitytHoward Bach of iBnrkhart and Burns Elam of Hazel Green pass ed through here Saturday en route i to Lee City Mrs Clark Cecil qf Hazel Green visited her dauRhters Mrs Addie Huff and Mrs Ida iTaulbee from Friday untilSundar- Forest fires are doing some dam 1hadj stroyed and Em Pljipps had overJ 100SNov 29 fr AutHr Corrssdeat writes Mrs Rebecca Lindon andson inlaw Reese Liudqn passed thrn here SundayII splendidi completeitCager Center one of our former good citizens merchant and postmaster but nuw of Paducah reports the birth of at fine girl to his wif Mr and Mrs Taylor Hamraons who went to Oklahoma about a year ago returned home Saturday on the late train a delay being made by a wreck on the O S K George Center lost a hog Monf day which would have weighed about 250 pounds by its bowels locking This may seem strange 3 to some but it is a fact as the hog was inspected Lawrence Oney and Clifford Sloan two young men who were accused of starting the fire which burned about 200 panels of fence belonging to Dick Lindon were tried and fined 25 each 1 Our prayer meeting seems to beiIi progressing very nicely since our boys have quit coming out intoxicated We are proud of it asitia better than to keep + t up and have to answer in circuit court for die turbauces i Nov 29 J L C A sprained ankle will usually disable the injured person for I three or four weeks This is due 1 to lack of proper treatment When Chamberlains Liniment is applied a cuie may be effected in three or four days This liniment is ona of the best and most remarkable preparations in use Sold by aUII dealersII ROSE FORK All the mills here are in work i orderMrs Rose went to Adele ThursdayA made a business trip to Lee City Saturday Bird hunting hog killing and corn huakingarotheActbQrQ o spentoOla Miller who is teaching here went home Friday returning Sun day Miss Ada Shockey accompanied by her brother Elisha left for I Hazel Green Sunday Misges Calla Rose and Jessie land Bbulah Arnett were pleasant1 i guests of Mrs Mae Cecil Sunday Mrs Fanny Bryant who huIbeen in Oklahoma came home Friday accompanied by her little son Everett Fred and James Hurt and Mrs Hurst and son went to Gras y last j Wednesday and returned Friday Fred says they killed 75 birds while gone Nov 29 PANSY If you are suffering from bili ousness constipation indtgefjiorr I chronic faeadaolLes invest ooeicent in a postal card sand to Chamber berlainflMedicine Co Des Moines Iowa V1tbyJorname and address plainly on the back and they will forward you a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Sold by all dealers Subscribe for the IQJVYDJL J- LL LANDAW SaturdayforBorn to thi wife of John Madden on the 28th a boy N L Combs is this week hauling logs to the mill of Kash Hal sey Tackett daughterDellfamily of E T Kash Sunday I Tte time ofJ M Tester is be tag wholly occupied looking after interests of the Edgle heirs Floyd Murphy and wife have been visiting relatives and friends in Morgan county for several dnyai DJ Landrum who has been in Illinois for the past six months returned to his family Thursday W H Taylor and W H Tack ett have contracted to build a barn atItnowJohn byrailerr tryingtoMisses Lillie Gruhnm and Kath arias Vanoleve were visiting here meetiugiltSeveral of the boys of this see inhuntingseveral birds and rabbits Moving has begun in this sec lion Kelly Banks has moved to JakeTesterD B Center of Hazel Green preached at Murphy school house Sunday to a large crowd Boone always draws a good audience Arthur Kath who is teaching- at Valeria visited home folks Sat urday and Sunday He was accompanied by Percy Kasb son of H B Kash W C and Grant Rose General J i and John Dalton and Garland Bolin all of this neighborhood are at Elmeudorf farm near Lexington working in the dairy The largest boiler that has ever been seen in the mountains passed through here today Monday Its being taken to the C H+ Loveland band mmat the head ofI Stillwater E T Kash has just put up anew pair of etook scales which will be a great couvenience to the farmers of this section and he will begin enlarging the main building of his store next Monday Nov 29 ANON There is morecatarrh in this section ot the country than all other diseases put to gather and until the last few jests was supposed to be incarablgb For a great ma ny years doctors pronounced it a local dis i ease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treat ment pronounced it Incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a gonstitntional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure man facI tured byF J Cheney Co Toledo O is the only constitutional core on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to ateaspoonfiiL It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Whey oflerone hundred dollareforanycase- k fails to cure Send for circulanandteK timonials Address F J CHENEY t CO Toledo O Sold by druggists 75ci Take HallFamily PiUs ICOOltipQtiod DORStEi Mrs Emily Elamis very low at this writing J H Elamt of Perry county was in this section Saturday and SundayElijah Patrick who has been Very sick for a long timeis at the point of death Misses Mary and Minnie Elam and Cora Crass attended meeting at Elmore Sunday Miss Lila Elam lefttMonday for Perry county to spend thewinter with her uncle J H Elam jMisses Loucreteaod Dora Bailey visited their aunt Mrs Ellen Rudd in Magoffin county Satur day and Sunday John Goad and Shejrman Elam are building a new schoolhouse on Wheelrim which will add ranch beauty to ourcrook Nov 29 VERMONT The peculiar propertiesof Cham berlains Cough Remedy have been durinppiRamTica taken in time we have not heard of a single case of pneumonia Sold by all dealers I LL L I CANNEL CITY John Brown is in Paris this week on business Judge Saufloy of Stnnton was registered at Hotel DeLancy overt Sunday C B House of Manchester in visiting Hubert Gambill his former college chum I J S ORoard is this week in Cincinnati looking after Christinas goods for Caonel Citv Mr antI Mrs Will Stacy of Stacy forkiWere ues B of Malone Lykins and wifo Sunday The Kentuoky Block Cannels Coal Co has received aiiOrden for 2500 tons of coal from Brazil South America Henry Lawson former brake man on the passenger train has moved his family to Paris where he hasa position Chas McCarroll of Lexington MulonQLyldnsfrom time he and Charley Byrderrjoyed auext9 de bunt in the viuiuityi of Hazel Greeu The reportiof the public acboc4 for the month ending November 19 shows the ollowing bonoR rpilt Grade IXOmer Gambill 90iEdflii ha Lykihs 94 Mary Stamper 91v Canidallt5Grade The Ciceronian literary society rendered an excellent program in Assembly HalbFridajiuigliV One of the largest audiences that has been seen in Cannel City recently- was present The school societies are doing good work this yeari The little fouryearold son of Connor Lykins met with a terrible accident While play ing taboutt gap that happened to be loaded and in the house the gun dis charged the entire load into the ilittle fellows head killing him instantly Nov 29 ETHEL Looking Dies Best Its a womans delight to look 1 erupbonejjoy Listen 1 Bucklens Armies iSalveouro8thQn 5 raake the akin soft and velvety It glorifies the iface Cures pimples sore ayes chappeddhands pile25cMURPHY Carew Niokell went to Mt Ster ling Saturday morning George Sample of Stillwater is visiting John A Nickell fromMtSterling Mrs G C Nickell is visiting JD Hanry and wife ODU Grassy throughbereG C Nickell and family will start for Florida this week to live Charles Carter and wife of Bona ny are visiting J S Nickell dvwife Boone Jacksoa returned homQJ Saturday evening rirom the bluegrass Mica tflorenc Miller o1 H1G A ia visiting Mr and IraJS NickellMrs Dock Fannin diedKridayi and was buried at the EzelHeifie tery She leaves herhuBbaud and four boys tomouru hendoBci i Clifford Nitikelltan4DanielBenez ry returned Saturday from A tWOj days hunt near Valeria and re port that they killed several birds T H Greenwade and wife q f Spencer Station visited J1tfJMjir= phy and family from Tuemiaydn= tilSaturdayNOV Guns I StuIt11L 1u1b- y indigestions pang trjyif many doctors and 20000 worth of medicine in vain B F Ayscue of Jngleslde N Cat lastnJlllitt Dr Kings New Life PiJls and writes they whollyr cured him They cure constipation bilious ness sick headache stomach liv er kidney and bowel troubles 25c at all dealers For SaleTwoof the Fjwatt cottage for less than the lumber and Jot can be bought Onoacre in each lot five rooms in each house Apply at this office Seitiis fee Bm tJ j1 r C n = JIi LV BRANDFnterrdatthe p ofHrraleconilcla mattiir I SPENCER COOPER Editor j HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Dec 2 1909 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY n WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge KKILY KASH Commonwealths Attorney J R IioLLnaClerk- Meets third Monday in January first Monday in May third Monday in September WOLFE COUNTY COURT CTi CENTER Judge AttorneyJotiKUT Meets first Monday in catch month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS JHstricI No lC M Fallen nird Friday in March June Ceptemner and beech be- r7listrictNo2Robert Brooks fourth Friday in February Mny August and No vember District No 3S F Allen second FratL in February May August and November District No tP It legg first Friday in March May August and November District No 5T C llollou ceronil Friday in March June September and De cember District No GHoy Hurst third Friday in February nay August and November District No7L T Helton fourth Fri day in March June September and December District No 8J M Lovelace first Friday in February May August and No 111 vember Good Roads Votes The votes of 24 counties in Ken tucky were not included in the tabulations on the Bosworth Wyatt good roads amendment ofF the constitution The votes ofF some of the counties were not in others were telegraphed in andI still others were signed up so thatt the state election commission would not count them as regular The majority is only 5940 so that the vote of the 24 counties not counted maydefeat the amend ment although it has been declared passed by the election com missionThe Court of Appeals may basked e to decide whether or not the statute providing for the commission to meet the third Monday after the election in November and canvass the returns is direc I mandatoryI majorities given the amendment in some of the mountain counties may bein vestigated PENSION LIST Was the Largest Ever Paid by the Government and Con tinues to Grow Washington November 2SThe great total of 10197270277 was disbursed by the United States government for pensions during the fiscal year ended June 80 1909 the largest sum ever paid out in a twelvemonth period by this gov ernment This fact was made public today in the report of the Secretary of the Interior Richard A Ballinger It will be an amazing revelation to the people that the pension roll is stillincreasing 44 years after the conclusion of the civil war even taking into account the num ber of new names being added by reason of the more recent skirmish with Spain as it was announced three years ago that the apex had been reached and that the pension roll would decrease much faster than it increased during the period following the civil war and the amendments and new acts affect ing the pensioning of old soldiers Secretary Balliuger states that since the foundation of the gov ernment there has been disbursed for pensions to soldiers sailors and marines theirjwdows and de pendents the sum of f 12082 518 73 of whi It amount 96445 221j was paid pri6r to Juae 30 1865 l Since that dAte paymentsu Stave incre ed from 15450540 88 in 1868 to 171973 03 77 in 1909 ihs act of Fefipujft 1909 grant ing fwyicas of 12115 udf30 I dI kt per month to the survivors of the I Mexican war and the civil war on reaching the ages of 62 70 and 75 years respectively has added a I number of pensioners to the roll i I theIRevolutionary war died April 5 I I860 and the last surviving widow j of that war died Novembur 11 1900 The name of one daughter j i of a soldier of the Revolution pensioned by a special act of congress still remains on the roll The last pensioned soldier of the war of 1812 died May 12 1905 but thE pension rolls still contain the names of 393 widows of soldiers of that war Specialacts of congress granting pensions and increases having add ed greatly to the sum paid out an nually above the requirements of the regular pension laws The to tal number of pensioners on the rolls at the endof the fiscal year was 946194 a decrease of 5493 from the first of the same year A Great Chestnut There is probably no man en gaged in the newspaper business in this state who is not acquaint ed with a man whose excuse for discontinuing his subscription is that he already has more papers anyexcuse offered to ameliorate the presumed lacerated condition o the editors feeling It has no such effect for in the first place- an editor never worries over the loss of a subscriber except when he leaves the country without paying up arrearages But why not be truthful and say to the hones- newspaper man just what you feel in your heart Go into his den ask him how much you owe pay the delinquency and tell him frankly1 that you dont want his disreputable blackguard sheet any longer Say to him in a sorrow rul tone of voice that you deeply regret his inability to publish a newspaper worthy the name and advise him to sell his plant to some man with a thimble full of brains and seek some occupation which does not require muchwear or tear of mind Do this and then you can go away with the comforting assurance that the editor respects you for your candor and will cherish no hard feelings be cause you choose to borrow his paper instead of buying it More Shooting Scrapes Jackson Ky Nov 28Xews has just reached here from Wolfe county that Dug Hays who was the well known bodyguard of Beech Hargis and a life long friendof the late James Hargis was shot aud seriously wounded in Wolfe county Thursday The report re ceived here is that Hays was shot in the back and through the lungs by a drunken man from whom Hays had taken a pistol shortly before With the promise that he would put the pistol in his pocket and go home the pistol was given back to him when he immediately turned and fired on Hays The name of the other person has not been learned Larson Campbell was shot and killed by John Morgan Fugate on Caney creek near Clay Hole in Breathitt county Thursday The trouble leading to the killing hos not yet been learned here Dont Dont ask the editor to publish a list of wedding gifts Dont add to the terrors of death by tacking several stanzas of dog gerel to a death notice Dont crowd the mourners Dont lug old clippings into a newspaper office and tell the edi tor that you have brought him something to fiil up with Take him a cabbage he can fill up with thatSitting in the end of a church pew dont get up to admit others Move along Dont kick a map when he is down unless you are sure that he will never get up again shoeslyou see a man going down greasedforDont pray with the hungry man until you have given him something to eat Prayer with opt iortarajleti not rl YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY Take Advantage of Our Great Special Offer ILife Scholarship in TELEGRAPHY TYPEWRITING and RAiiuo AGENCY stuII dents railroad fare paid Boys this is vorii OPPOUTIMTY to learn a first class trade that pays a good salary every month in the year Excellent hoard at low rates Now nan has delightful climate 8000 inhabitants moral surrounding Students qualify in 4 to G months Our graduates POSITIVELY GUARAN TEEn POSITIONS paying fi4r to fi135 per mouth to start on Easy and pleasant employment rapid promotion Diplomas awarded Great demand for Telegraph Operatois Write today for our Free 64page illustrated Catalog which gives full particulars SOUTHERN SCHOOL of TELEGRAPHY Box 272 NEWNAN CA AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TILE TOLEDO BLADETOLEDO OHIO The Best Known Newspa per in the United States 200000fPopular in Every State The seventyfourth year of its existence finds the Toledo lllade more popular than atanv period of its remarkable carter It is now read each week Itv more thus a million people Its field is not circuit scribed liv state boundaries but involves the length and breadth of the Tinted states claiurtgreatest weeklyI news countryThe is distinctly a family orilpublisherahasican home for the fireside anil of interest tu every member of the family To fulfill this purpose it is kept clean and wholesome The news of the world is handled in a comprehensive manner and the various depart Meats of The Blade are edited with painstaking care The Household page is a de light to the women mud children current a prtjuliceidea of pleasing the greutiug number of fic scrapbook umns are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium for the exchange of ideas and information on farm topics No department is neglected bul every feature is taken care of with the idea ofquaking The Blade worth many times the yearSampleTHE BLADE Toledo Ohio WeAsk You to take Cardul for your female troubles because we are sure It will help you Remember that this great female remedy WINE OF CAROWI has brought relief to thousands of other sick women so why not to you For headache backache periodical pains female weak ness many have said It Is the best medicine to take Try III Sold in This CityP3 FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN Catalog on Application No Agents H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY ElectricBitters Succeed when everything elss falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified KIDNEYLIVERANDSTOMACH it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter 50 FarmsF- OR SALE Ranging in area from 25 acres to 800 acres Write for descriptive circular no Address JNO M WHEELER IL tfo 4 Winchester Ky t a m FAFUVIS FOR SALEI productIgrazing per acre 200 acres in Bath county well improved well watered and will produce any i thing Price t80 per acre 98 12 acres near Howaids Mill thi i I county good dwelling well rtatered nlldI nearly all tobacco and corn ground i Trice S85vper acre i 75 acres well improved in good neighborhood and goad strong laud Price iSO per HcreI210 acres well improved and out IIf- the best farms in the county Will raise anythini and can be bought for 125 ptr acre II197 acres improved at I110 per acre 1JI7 12 acres at Slutl per acre 100 acres at 40 per acre r5 acres aiS72SO 111 good as can be found for tobacco or corn 100 acres well improved the best tolacco farm in the county and can be divided at 12750 per acre and many others AlslllllllilYrrsidllc in this city Imdi in the suburbs This city has two nice schools the largest cattle market in the world and1 is the best town in the blue I grass section i o I Now is the time to buy Land will go 10 per cent higher within the next twelve months I Iw OFF WOOD REAL ESTATE MT STERLING KYi I FARM FOR SALEF- arm of 200 acres moro or less j lying on the waters of Lncy creek ii known as tho Cruoy furm All I fenced and crofBfeuced Some clearedIlandi lasting flue water 5rooni dwell ing house halls and porches also tenant house For the next thirty days this farm will be uttered at u bargain POHSPFSJOII given Janu pnrticulars R No 1 Rardin 111 FARM FOR SALE tl 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 Hlnckwa ter onohalf mile from Ezol for j sale The farm consists of about CO acres in grass balance in culti vation and timber Good aroom dwelling with all necessary out buildings fine vutnr good orchard 1 etc For terms and all other information r call on or address It D MOTLEY Ezel Ky Rare Oppor1ui1 i consistingd garden Hilt outbuildiga One of the most desirable location in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and generale pair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being furnished with a complete outfit of tools and stock of materials and supplies also machineryWillseparatelyFor address I JOHN H ROSE March II Hazel Green Ky S I uecTKiciAxinl MFCIIANIC rrtbodLearn conaccMiciueanJJiLn to- ue toots Silt le- ealrdlnrdescs J a S ni Ile ojijr frrf If JCL came- ll ttis parer JIMntir Sampson Put Co IVicon Su Boston lotus Photography interests everybody AMERICAN rinmxKArlltntlmIVlutifulju turrlJtiMHh I tjr prie contest picture I illlcl m question an I Ifarrett Sampler TT tree 1 if you mnolia tins Iarrr American Photography C Deacon SL Jtestcn Mass I 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac aonmarnotchCommunlcaconesent free Oldest apency for securing patesPatents taken through Mnnn ft Co recelTl UhoatcbiircelaUieScientific Ahandaomelyalustratedweetlyy rttgeatNn 13rearYnrkBrauchr DAY HOUSE I Hazel Green Ky Hrs ton DAY Proprietor Beat table fare in Eastern Kentucky A I large sample room connected Heated and OjCODJ8odI i 4 I II 7 v- 114r I ai iiMillinery Opening I 2 k It BEGINNING I II FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 Jjp and continuing one week Jti1 I have just received my Fall Goods of MillinerW Dry Goods and Notions Full line of Cloake LiShirty otc Everything uptodate Call and see I tiIIit vv iVJt I j vv UPSTAIRS FRONT ROOM CECIL BROS STORE i I O tif1 l MISS FALAY LONGjj tAfJ1Enlarging Your Business 1 If you are in business and you want to make more money you will readevery word we have to say Are you spending your money for ad vertising in haphazard fashion as if intended for charity or do you adver tise for direct results Did you ever stop te think how your advertising can ba made a source of profit to you and how its value can be measured in dollars and cents If you have not you I Iare throwing money away moderajyou are not advertisitacIyou should set aside a certain amount of money to be spent annually and then carefully note the effect it has in ins creasing your volume of busi ness whether a 10 20 or 30 per cent increase If you I watch this gain from year to I you will become intensely in terested in your advertising and how you can mako it enIlarge your bU51nessII If you try this methodwe believe you will not want to I let a single issue of this paperII go to press without something from your store We will be pleased to have you call on us and we will take pleasure in explaining our annual contract for so many inches and how it can be need ill whatever amount that sly Ill sssltry to you i M you OM sell goods overate eomter we caa also show I you why this paper will best I serve your interests when you j want to reach the people of j this community f t 0 SASH SAMPLE I Dealers in General Merchandise Announce to the justreceived LADIES SlOE GENTS EtcIand that their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Goods Notion i SELECT FAMILY GROCEBIES etc to which they invite inspection t r The Right Kind of 1 1 Reading Matter e iI The home news the doings of the people In this town the gossip of our own community thaVi the first kind of reading matter you want It II- i more important more interesting to you thtfl that given by the paper or magazine from the outside world It is the first reading mattes you should buy Each issue of this paper giY1o to you just what you will consider II The Right Kind of Reading Mattor-i A Dollar profitSent spent at home reacts in its i benefits 1IKept WIth the home merchants it is a messenger fncontinuoul 1 benefit Business men should awake to the importance of keepl Ithis dollar at home and make a hid for it by judicious advertisi5g5A Y f ji F r c4ff fIIi i f f The Family Physiciande The best medicines in the I world cannot take the place the family Physician ofII him early when taken ill If I the trouble is with your I throat bronchial tubes orIlungs ask him about taking Ayers Cherry Pectoral Then take it or not as he says 4uI to doctor Bilious attacks sick headachcs indiges don constipation dizzy spellsthese ire some of the results of an inactive liver Ask your doctor if he endorses Ayers Pills in these cases The dose jis small one pill at bedtime ox40 by the 3 3 lisp Co towel KMS WE HERALD i I To act sassy and look vicious is a great help in a fight Burkhart correspondence came r Arr Born November 212 to the wife t of Rowla Gibbs of Gillmore aw ff boyCIth hOne i way not to have a good time E is to spend your time iu looking i ifor It Troy C Pieratt arrived here i Sunday from Winchester to spend r the winterelr i Sam Kash was over on the farm k Monday and finished dividing up jhis the rent corn j No man believes that he makes any extra trouble around the house when he is ickV4Miss Lola Young left Wednes day for Jackson to visit her broth er Frank YoungfRev John Barker will conduct I religious services at Consolaticn next Sunday 5th inet Clifford Nickell representing Trimble Bros of Alt Sterling was in town Tuesday night Misses Ora Campbell and Mae Williams were guests of Mrs U H Patton last Thursday night en It would help some men if they would only wait to be led into temptation instead of looking it up Children cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTbRIARoger terviewed our merchants Tuesday evening as to their needs of gro caries etcbMr and Mrs Henry Elam of Elmore were visiting his brother B F Elam and family Saturday and Sunday i Only a few weeks until Christmas and none of our merchants seem to think it necessary to advertise holiday goodstMr and Mrs John H Pieratt t will soon move here from Win chester and take eharge of Ritten house Ranch at Swango Springs If some of our delinquent sub scribers would bring us a few bush els of corn either shelled or in theI l ear it will be highly appreciated A slight wreck on the 0 K railway Saturday delayed the arrival of mail here until Monday when an extra supply came to handINoah Tibbs and All Creech1 r traded horses the other ayandl i now Noah owns one of the littleff J grays formerally belonging to Chasii j RoseII s I J ii 1f f Quite a crowd of young folks i from town were delightfully en j tertained Saturday evening at the I country home of Mr and Mrs Berry James i The editor of this paper left Monday morning to take a course f ofmedical treatment in an Indi ana sanitarium and his many friends hope he will soon return completely restored to health and Reeling twentyfive years younger I j x Program for C W B I Day MORNING SERVICE Sermon by M O Cartrr at 11 oclock EVENING SERVICEIThe following program will be ren beginning at 7 oclock j I HolyScripture ReadingPrayer I Presidents I RemarksiiAddress by Miss McCallum Quartette Ho Ye Idler3bAddressby Xuda Chambers Song hy Young Ladies Circe Paper by Monnie McLincSoar by IutermediateltExercise by Juniors Song by Juniors Remarks by Mrs Wheeler Offertory by Mrs Poteet Doxology O W B11 Benediction Some Queer Accidentst A Txas editor while glancing over the papers has discovered a goodinoffensive jured in various parts of the anat omy Here are a few cases citedI While Miss Kinsmore of East I Wind Ind was coming down the i stairs Tuesday she slippedand bruised herself on the landing Mittlebeof Wool pose Kan while harnessing a fractious horse kicked just south of the cornt he is able to to about again While Herold Groan of Bulah Miss was escorting Miss Violet Goof home from a church social Saturdaynight a savage dog set upon them and bit Miss Goof four times on the public square Jos Tutt of Grimmelsburg Iowa climbed on his house last week tot find a leak and fell striking on back porch causing serious injuries Isaiah Trimmer of Dolb berry Nebwas playing witht cat Friday when the animal se- erely scratched him on the veranda List of Wedding Anniversaries Every so often the query comes the list of wedding celebtatious and we reprint for the benefit of 1 the many who ask for itIFirst yearCottonS- econd yearPaper jFifthj Seventh yearWoolen Tenth yearTinT- welfth i yearSilk and fine lin Fifteenth yearCrystal Twentieth yearChina- TwentyfifthSilver Thirtieth yearPearl j Fortieth yearRubycc Fiftieth year Golden IIC SeventyfifthDiamondThe Enterprise I in speaking of the new school recently established in that town tha C W B illssave The progress of our school is phenomenal There are now ever 350 iin daily attendance The publici schools ore still running over the county and as soon as they close the prospects are that at least 100aI more will enter Prof Derthick has enlisted the cooperation of by the offer of free tui to the children of all active ministers or to the children ofI superannuated ministers Thi offer of course does not actuate these church workeis but it shows the broad Christian liberality ofI the management Another power heartyIsupport the county court and other officials are giving the school Letl us be thankful we have such an institution in our county The bazaar to be held by Ladies Aid Society next week is progress ing nicely Donations have been coming in quite satisfactorily and it now seems that the throe bens ficiarites the Cemetery Associa tion the Methodist church and the Christian church will each receive a snug little sum for their treasury Dont forget the time and placeJ T Days vacant store formerly occupied by Cecil Bros and Saturday December 11 TJjengteSteadanger from influ enz4 is of its resulting iu pne m nip This can be obviated by ing Chamberlains Cough Rem idy as it not only cures influenza yout counteracts any tendency of the disease towards pneumonia j Sold hIal1 dealers 1IIJii1 JAlaI hunting guests at the Swango daring the past two weeks left for home Tuesday For SaleTwo of the Pieratt i cottages for less than the lumber and lot can be bought One acre in each lot five rooms in each Apply aUhis office jji IeItnoses in poetry but the nose admire in common every day experience is the nose that is kept 5 is out of other peoples business Misses Myrtle and Katherinec Cecil of town wild Mollie Johnson a student at the academy dinner with the young folks at the Swango House last Sunday For Sale 030 fine select oak trees within 4 miles of Cannel City and one mile of LickingrIver Call on my partner IJC Patrik Lykins Ky B F MCCLURE The ladies bazaar at J T Days vacant store room Saturday De cember 11 will have an assortment of many useful and ornamental articles worthy of your considera tIonpTrent council Jr O U A M by held a splendid Thanksgiving service last week at Laurel church The services were conducted byiiin Revs Jeff D Edwards and J Dh feHunterof If you want to relish a good old chicken pie dinner go to the ladies bazaar Saturday Decem ber 11 at early dinner time and along a good cause while at same time you will get your moneys worth No man or woman of the hum ty blest sort can really be strong hi gentle and pure without the world being better for it without somea body being helped and comforted by the very existence of that good HessThe vote as tabulated by theII state election commission in this judicial district is as follows Cir j cuit Judge Rndwine 5117 Ads ams 4551 Commonwealths At I toruey Johnson 4053 Kash I53cCashier R H Patton and his estimable wife entertained few of their relatives and friends at a thanksgiving dinner last Thursday Those who participated in the royal feast were Dr and Mrs Hood Williams Prof and Mrs i 11 O Carter Misses Mae Williams f and Virginia Day i i Green Chambers came in from I Beehouse Okla last week and is visiting relatives and friends in this section He is a son of Elisha Chambers and his many friends are trying to make his visit a pleasant one While here he sold tract of laud on Stillwater to B D Rose of Campton for 2000 At the recent meeting of Trent council Jr O U AM there were seven new members initiated mak insthis section The treasurer T C I Hall was here Tuesday and after giving bond for the faithful per I formance of his duties deposited J what money he had on hand in the Hazel Green Bank I Liberal Terascc I am representing one the largest j retail clothiers in the world an am prepared to dress smart men j in the most fascinating manner ji ill the latest popular style and on easy payments Call on or write and I will serve yon at the earliest date BURNS ELAM Agent Boxill Hazel Green Ky While sauntering around town in quest of news our reporter ap proached Dr Taylor Center andI asked if he could give him any items In reply he received the answer that the health of the sur thatnhe found ithard to keep busy and said he felt like going agunniug He went to John M Roses to buy some shells but found that John had used ail he had ID stock andI bad killed nothing but Urns diItW 4aY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Coicisely Chroiicled The diphtheria quarantine which has been on in Paris for about two weeks has been lifted no new cases Laving deI velopedWhile scuffling for the possession of a WHiterIBurgin James King uuder life sentence fur murder attempted to break jail at Heat tyville Killes Christian escaped and tttill at large The election recently held in Grayson will be crntested by all the de feated candidates except circuit clerk and representative- J H Morton colored while returning home after cutting the throat of John larri hat Owenton was shot to death by an unidentified person A number of women in Shelby county have formed a pool and are holding turkeys for 20 cents a pound on foot Over 1000 birds have lbeet pooled By the flipping of a coin andcall ing the turn Charles Bellman was cho sen page by the board of aldermen of Louisville after a deadlock in balloting for sevepal days The board of trustees of Kuttnwa have resolution denying stories re garding night rider warnings received citizens of that town and claim that everything is quiet After lying for a week In the woods a semicul8ciuu1 state with a broken and leg after a fall from a cliff 100 high Martha oell aged Iii years Pike county managed to crawl to a neighbors house far relief The four year obl son of Mr and Mrs Jack Funk of Tatf in Daviess county was scalded to death an a result of Calling iuto a tub of hot water in the room with the mother The child remained unconscious until its death Green Finn colored of Madison coun was arrested charged with beating is wife almost to death he woman stabbed him early in the d y and was locked up He secured bond for her nd taking her Ijoiue bent ber with a club Charles Baker jinil Will I anis Lex ington negroes looking to be jncomiuon ly well dressed were taken i Ho custody and it was fonnq they war attired in clothing that haij been stole i at Nicho lasville and than there was nore of the plunder in two suit cac s that they had left in a shoe shop he negroes were sent to Nicljolasville tc answer the I of burglary Troops will bej furnished iv the MatQ to protect James Hall form rly of Cald well county who will testify in the night- rider cases at Princeton Gen John stun ordered Calit Headers noC Com pony K Third regiment ti proceed to Central City with a sufficient number of men rood meet Hall there s id take him to Princeton ancj guard Iiio Hall was formerly a nigbtj rider and will testify in the night rider cases no t in progress in Princeton He has be n living in KansasCASTOR IIA for Infants and Children Tit Kind You Have Always BugM Bears the Z Signature of ie ZTCU MA DRESSMAKING 0 i Mrs F N DAYI 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 suit appear as new She solicits the patronage of the public and guarantees sat isfaction in all cases Her many willdrecognize the fact that she has had an experience of thirty years ands amply able to meet all demands Headquarters for the Best Watches Jewelry Silverware and Optical Goods at the lowest prices You can also have your eyes tested and fitted with glasses properly and correctly Call and obtain pri ces it will not cost you a cent to be convinced A R MAUPPIN WATCHMAKER ft JEWELER OAMPTON SY c For and of CITY the oldest and the largest Ibanks that are the safest and answers NO I Then deposit your money in a bank that is under control- A bank that loans its money in small sums well distrib uted and well secured- A bank that is and will protect its This opp rlunity iis offered you by H F R H WINTER IS COMING and we are now to help yOU get ready for it Our Fall and Winter line of MILLINERYDry is complete CASTORIA Infants Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the- Signature In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA rcastaecorrursWro r- I ITObservation experience conservative depositors The HAZEL GREEN BANK ierSPIERATT President PATTON t 44 prepared An Elegant Display of Beautiful Pattern HatsTiInirri Barn etc A Beautiful Selection of Tailored Suits Ccats end Skirts for Ladies Misses and Children Nothing but the best and latest to sell you Prices reasonable Your patronnge solicited Yours truly MAPEL TROY Kash Johnson RashDEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they have just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware ifec and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and quaty for WOMEN AND MEN and sell them at the lowest margin of rofit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes- of our former immense stok 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 HASH JOHNSON HASH a FURS t40MJl WWITEoo Lir AND HIDESIOIL3T MARIE ttlc1 lAm rDISAD 1rmlCaridea Relsslb aseblagtlIM1z J f4i r j vMfl fr ijF e i fIr rlf r 7 ip l1 Of IFitsMy son was cured of a very bad case of epilepsy with Dr Miles Nervine MRS D BAKER Cleveland O My little daughter who was afflicted with St Vitus Dance is now entirely well after taking Dr Miles Nervine only four monthsMRS CG BENNETTAlma Epilepsy Fits St Vitus Dance and Spasms are all nerv ous diseases They have been cured in so many instances with Dr Miles Nervine that it is reasonable to conclude that it is almost sure to cure you With nervous diseases of a severe type persistent use has almost invariably resulted in a complete cure or lasting benefits worth many times the cost of the rem edy The best evidence you can get of its merits is to write to those who have used it Get a Jitif it does not benefit he win r turn your monqr 300000 IN CASH PRIZES TO AGENTS OFII THE WEEKLY ENQUIRERI I OF CINCINNATI OHIO Besides a Liberal Commission that will insure to Solicitors S1000C a month and better 1 Cash prize of oOOOO 1 Cash prize of 30000 1 Cash prize of 20000 1 Cash prize ol 10000 4 Cash prizes ol 76 each 80000 4 Cash prizes of 60 each 24000 8 Cash prizes ol 50 each 4000C I 12 Cash prizes ol 25 each 30000 11 Cash prizes of SI5 each 10500 7 Cash crlzes of 10 each 7000 50 Cash prizes amounting to 2G7oOO EXTRA STATE PRIZES 1 Extra prize for Ohio S 10000 1 Extra prize for Indiana 7100 1 Extra prize for Illinois oOOO 1 Extra prize for Kentucky 5000 1 Extra prize for Vlrgl ill or West Virginia 5000 4 Cash prizes for States not named hereof 25 each 10000 GRAND TOTAL OF 59 Cash prizes amounting to 300000 The Liberal Commissions we pa Solicitors in addition to cash prize will equal or greatly excell tin amount ofsuch cash prize thus insur ing all against loss if only ten yeaily Subscriptions are obtained Subscriptioncontest Hence Solicitors have nor occasion to fear opposition from that sourceSend for terms get an early start Earnest work will bring you 500to a day I ENQUIRER COMPANYCINCINNATI oI KILL THE COUGH LUNGSIiik New Discovery FOR CPRICEfit Fro NIN AlL THROAT ANB WIG TROUBLESI GIIABANTEED SATI5PACTOR OB XONXT REFUNDED tt t f We Buy Ir FURSHides i Weol i Featben Tallow Beeswax Cinaenaw AppleWiMIdealenaabIisId isLmimLS i you semn er COBOMK Btrdboti Reference UTpice I Ala Sabel tSon 229 E MarketSt LOUISVILLE K- tDR 0 H WILITAM8 J PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL REEN KY Offers big profcfional serrfcoa to tie ct f sent of HucelGren end IlUrroundiog cou lkt rfreree y atOictlonOiee J r 4 I T403 4 e 3 e 3 4e3 o SMeM3 e s jII The Conquest By Dr FREDERICK A COOKv 4 Copyright 1909 by the New York + Herald Company Registered In Canada Accordance With Copy I e righ Act Copyright In Mex Republicp+e 4e40430 +e +e 43 e 4e4e 4e 4e DRING two days of ctollly bluster D the sleds were forced along with encouraging results and on the evening of March 2G with a pedometer and other method of dead reckoning for position we were placed at latitude 84 degrees s3 minutes The western horizon remained persistently undisturbed A brisk storm It seemed was gathering but it was a long time in coming eastward On the evening of the 2Cth we prepared for the blast and built Igloo stronger than usual hoping tbeII the horizon would be cleared by n blow on the morrow and afford us a day of rest The long steady marches without time for recuperation had be gun to check our enthusiasm In the dally monotony of hardship we had learned to appreciate more and the joy of the sleeping bag ItJ the only animal comfort which af tigldsCand with it we tried to force upon the weary body in the long marches a pleasing anticipation In the evening after the blocks of snow walled a dome In which we could THE NEW LAND breathe quiet air the blue flame lamp sang the notes of gastronomical de lights A heaven glen drink of ice water was first indulged in to quenc the chronic thirst and then the process of disrobing began one at a time for there was not room for all to act att once Tea In an Hour The fur stuffed boots were pulled and the bearskin pants were stripped Then halt of the body was quickl pushed Into the bag A brick of pew mica n was next taken out and theI teeth were set to the grind of this bonelike substance The appetite was always large but a halt pound of col withered beef and tallow changes a hungry mans thoughts effectually The tea an hour in making was now ready and we rose on elbows to take Iit Under the influence of the warm drink the fur coat with Its mask of ice was removed Next the shirt with Its ring of ice about the waist comes oft giving the last sense of shivers Push- Ing farther into the bag the hood was pulled over the face and we were lost the world of ice The warm sense of mental and physical pleasure which follows is an In teretlng study The movement of oth ers the sting of the air the noise of torturing winds the blinding rays of a beatless sun the pains of driving snows and all the bitter elements were absent The mind freed of the agita tlon of frost wandered to home and better times under these peculiar circumstances there comes a pleasing sense with the touch of ones own warm skin while the companionship of the arms and legs freed of their cumbersome furs makes a new discovery In the art of getting next to oneself In the Heart of a Storm On March 27 It blew a half gale at night but at noon on the followin day the wind eased The bright su and rising temperature were too tempting to remain quiescent and UlDugh the west was still darkened p yerthreatening clouds the dogs were pu t to the sleds and off they went among the wind swept uummocks We had not gone many miles before flje first rush of a storm struck us Throwing ourselves over the sleds e waited the passing of the icy blast There was no suitable snow near to begin the erection of a shelter but a few miles northward was a promising area for camp and to this we hopedI to take ourselves after a few moments rest The squall soon spent 1 force and In the wind which followed good progress was made without suf fcrjng severely The temperature was j II dearer below zero F and the barometer 003 ji Once In moving order the drivers required very little encouragement to datimnrchthe sun settled In the western gloom + wind Increased Its fury and forced pa into camp Before the gloom w yjebeAl J fffildJ nuplae wind Sloes w + ee4 +e +e+ +ee+ e+e+e+e S of the Pole I In the Heart ofa Storm Ij New Land SightedMid 4 y Polar Basin a Lifeless t+ World pi pi pl ++ o EIGHTH ARTICLE ++ e- e43 e 30+e + +e +e +e + 4 e e 4 4 ed the hummocks and piled up the snow in large dunes like the sands of home shores The snow house was not cemented with water The tone of the wind did not seem to indicate danger and fur thermore we were beginning to real ize the great need of fuel economy We therefore did not deem it prudent to use oil for the fire to melt snow except to quench thirst Not particularly anxious about the outcome of the storm and with senses blunted by overwork and benumbed with cold we sought the comfort of the bags Buried Under the Snow Awakened in the course of a few hours by drifts of snow about our feet it was noted that the wind had burrowed holes in the weak spots through the snow walL Still we were bound not to be cheated out of a few hours sleep and with one eye open we turned over Later I was awakened by fall lag snow blocks Forcing my head out of the Ice in cased hood I saw that the dome ha been swept away and that we were I being buried under a dangerous weight of snow In some way I had tossed I PHOTOGRAPHED I I I anent sufficiently during sleep to keep on top of the accumulating drift but IImy companions were out of sight and did respond to a loud callahAfter a little search a blowhole was located and in response to another call1 came Eskimo shouts Violent efforts were made to free their bags but the snow settled on them tighter with each tussleliI was surprised a few moments later as I was digging their breathing place open to feel them burrowing through ythe snow They had entered the bag without undressing and half emerged with shirt and pants on but feetAfter bootds tected feet the bag was treed an IntoItexcept coats I rolled mybagMove on Refreshed The air came in hissing spouts like Jets of steam from an engine but soon after noon of the 20th the Ice undo our heads brightened It became pus sible to breathe without being choked with floating crystals and as the IceI littic The dogs were freed of snow cntanIglements and fed and a shelter was made In which to melt snow and make tea A double ration was eaten and againSoonsep Intowersd entirely and a scene of crystal loryfa fieldsWltband a much needed rest we moved with In spirations retresbedbathTheand considerable time and distance were lost In seeking a workable line of hand fortAwakening In time for observations on the morning of the 30th the Went Tbetogthe west had vanished and land was discovered at some distance west e tending momThee longitudedegrees 95 A Long Cot LinetIn the occasional clearing spells fortseveral days we had seen sharply deOwed land clouds oiswe had ex pected to see land when this veil liftedWe had toias we saw It the obeingobservntionst4were Insufficient to warrant such an tbeylPIJYextendlag extendstrom hoeshL br This land has an irregular mountain ous sky line Is perhaps eighteen hun dred feet high and resembles In Its upper reaches the highlands of Hel berg Island The lower shore one w at no time visible From 81 degrees 23 minutes extend ing to 85 degrees 11 minutes close j the one hundred and second inerldl the coast is quite straight Its upper I surface Is flat and mostly tee capped rising in steep cliffs to about twelve hundred feet The lower surface was so Indistinctly seen that we were unableII to detect glacial streams or ice I Both lands were hopelessly burled under accumulated snows We were eager to set foot on the EermostE Atur ward for the pole In an air line Fair Marches Made Every observation however Indic ed an easterly drift and a westerly course must be continuously forced to counterbalance the movement A cur tats was drawn over the land in the afternoon of March 31 and we s no more of It Day after day we now pushed along In desperate northward efforts Strong winds and fractured irregular ice increased the difficulties Progress was slow In one way or other we managed to gain a fair march between storms dur- Ing each twentyfour hours In an oc caslonal spell of stillness mirages spread screens of fantasy out for our odddshaped mountains and inverted Ice walls were displayed in attractive col ors Discoveries were made often but with clearer horizon the deception was detectedOn 3 the barometer remained steady and the thermometer sank The weather became settled and clear The pack became a more permanent glitter of color and joy At noon there was now a dazzling light wblle the sun at midnight sank for but a few moments under a persistent northerly haze leaving the frosted blues bathed in noonday splendor- In these days we made long marches The Ice steadily improved Fields became larger oud thicker the pressure lines less frequent and less troublesome Nothing changed materially The horizon moved our footing was seemingly a solid crust of ice but it shifted eastward All was in motion Often we were too tired to build snow houses and in sheer exhaustion n bivouacked In the lee of hummocks Here the overworked body called t sleep but the mind refused to close th eye In a Lifeless World There was a weird attraction in th- nomaly of our surroundings which aroused the spirits We had passed beyond the range of all life For many days we had not seep a sugges tion of animated nature There were no longer footprints to Indicate other fe no breath spouts escaped from the frosted bosom of the sea Even the sea algae of the surface waters were no longer detected Ve were alone all alone in a lifeless meattprogressive stages As wp sailed from the barren areas i thdthe fisher folk along the outposts eEll was and the brain ed for food- Beyond cnllI in the halt savage wilder ness of Danish Greenland there w aEthe dawn of a new life of delight Still farther along In thet ultimo Thule ot the aborigines tbe sun rose over the days of prehistoric Jpys Advancing beyond the haunts splendorI I pNowUabw1 I tat of all creatures over onward Into the sterile wastes the sun sets Ge yond were night and hopelessness With eager eyes we searched theI dusky plains of frost but there n no speck of life to grace the run of death asa dodIt probably In motion at all times of the year and in the readjustment jthe fields following motion and expan slow there are open spaces of and these during most months a quickly sheeted with new Ice I Measuring the Ice In these troubled areas we were I en frequent opportunities to m ice thickness and from our observe I tions we have come to the conclusion that the ice during one year does not abohcentral pact reaches a depth of from twenty to twentyfive feet and occa atonally we crossed fields fifty feet signbupbulldlngIttbeyamount of submerged freezing after tho first year but the very uniform 2of the antarctic sea Ice leads the suggestion that a limit Is reach ed In the second year when the Ice thatwvery little Is added afterward 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ALL DRUG STORES 1I THE NEXT SESSION OF 1 JeJ WILL BEGIN n TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 I ITV TTIT ToTI1V TvTTihiI J= = ff- I 1i MORGAN COUNTY j NATIONAL BANRzf liilOFCf J NNEL CITY KY j Sj CAPITAL S25OOOOO1 E Iij SURPLUS 500000t2 487364tj AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY ItItli 11 ItYOURl ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITED V l J H L CONLEY President JOE C STAMPER Vice Pro I J CDSTER JONES Cashier Itit G or + V it CECILP BROS i Dealers in General Merchandise I etcre jj- Our Fall and Winter Stock of goods is the most complete I and upto date of any store in town Here you ewillfind Dress Goods from iii THE BEST BRANDS OF PRINTS at 6c a yard J1 t TO SILKS AND SATEENS at 100 PER YARD l OUR NOTION DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE 1 1 We have alse added a nice line of f ilERCOI TS t to keep prwars jcan alo find Trunks and Suit Cases to suit you Dont fail to eslland eeelWj i a J i GEORGE RID- EUNDERTAKER HAZEL GREENt KY I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to mltk style to order and on the most reasonable 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