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I 1 f t cr I t f r 1 Hf f r i ZGREEN i u w L 4 g 10 FetabliahedMaroh4188b ttndeFnmonalnthet3tblpofJocathanandBtaCoatinentbgJNeYORell 0 L I =s wpeRsud mTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 1001f Ylr i ft1ca- f f TVEXTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER J 1909 NUMBERS s- I 1 lIAln on and Eastern Railway j Table in Effect June 21 1S08 11III WEST BOUND ol Ao3 Soq- L i Daily1 and SundayI 6TATIOSSDuilyexL suuila t outy- iAMLveIlJlLve t AMLeI are iUU a u- OtgJunct Jackson ti It pm 25pwlit5anI IIi urn d U I BeattTYe JCI folks7 30 am 3nTorrcuI Bride 45 aw 3 56 1u1b15Im Nat Jj 7 IS aw a 57 cmpton 15 aw 4 26 pw 554 am bunionb 25 am 4 35 lUll 9U2 z1- wL1i Clay CityIIJnnc n I II uuam 5 07 pn I lJlJJ am t Lexton 9 Plain 5O tJll lUl IIW l 51iwlEAST BOUNDII 2II Nof- lJ No2 STATIONS Dnily and flJ SundaySunday1 l AM LTV PJL Lve Jjj U i at lUll S5 PUll OIxlUgton11I b 13 uw were 3 S S 50yy PlPljUt Cny40IOII bau 9 II U 10 pm lUll ant 35S 30 35 pw pill 57 Camptou Nat Bridge Juutu llti219 3b 43 pm- t un lot 447 d lorrenl 56 ampill 70 BeattyveJC 7Ulu 17 am of510 pill tKJuncnIiIlOl1 15 amO605 110 pUlI90 JcklluuIW l1u uwbr CONNECTIONSll Neb landJwd Eo JEMIIG will make connection with the C A OKy lor Mt Sterling gate CUIlTOl JC rioNTraiaa Nos I 2- land 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ky tar Pine Ridge and Cllmpton BIATTYVLLK JUaCr1ONlraias No2 ill make connection at Beatt vine Junc with the Land A Kailway for passenger I toaad Irow Beattyville OKJCXCTIOX Trains Nos 3and 4 f connect with the O S K Railway for local stations on the O b K Railway A W A MCDOWELL Ueneral Manager L r OHABdCOTlUen Past Agent ri iiIIiIiO Keniuclg Railway lime Table May 21 I9OB WESTBOUND No 33 fH1 I N o21 in =j STATIONS = Daily Itgiv42 f lSuUdaye I Dai11JeXIeXI 0 27 PMARIIi il d Cannel City 22 IS 35 455 1219 s 45 J2 13 1 4 05 11 51 3 52 1l1HdecbaWUt20 11 H 310 1115 i 3 00 I 11 05 BOUNDP t I 0 2- JJ i 0tity ex j STATIONS Dally eJ Sunday I Sunday LvxPM LvE fArIt 7 10 27 Cannel City 6 1 00 If jr 733 21 iielechawa 6 1 17 r 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 t 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1H I 8 37 10 Wilhurst 20 1 51 p 925 1 OAK unction 22 2 25 i i t7 930 0 Jackson 27 2 30 IINOI21 and 22 will make close connectioi 1 KIt 0k K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 fort points on the Lexington aud Eastern Rail way M LCONLEY J f IIIOUunlain Ggti81 Superintendent I ap- l iroalO pl No 1 No 2jj DEPART ABB- 1VE6OOamCamptonll30am i r 200 pm Campton 600 P m No2 No 1Ar ARRIVE TEPA- BT780amCampn JnnclO05amI 330 pmCampn Junc 440p1m The Mountain Central makes connnction with all L E pas tenger trains B F BOLIN- GUNDERTAKER CAMPTON KY INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and counties that be carrie t a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes r andeVErything necessary to put swathe y dead in decent style JSpecial caskets supplied on 24 w tours notice finest made if orderedI skTeams and hacks furnished funerals r Also can fill orders for tombstones Ac t gEWELL C KUS- ENotaryi Public STILLWATER KY J Olers hit professional service tocitizen A l Wolfe county tadsoliclu the patronage M irf vbonaTLAre legal papers to rrtitlt t MMeatUin ae raitiliratar 11- M J 1 1 COUNTY NEWS 11 Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority not of our readers especi ally distantfriends BELKNAP Win Lindon and brother Dick visiting in Knott county son David Graham is visiting home in Lexington this week Reuben Minix will move to the vicinity of Paintsville this week to G W J Logan and Isaac Cent are in Cannel City on business he Miss Edna Miller of Vertex attended church at title place Sun daycsReese Lindon and wife of Ineko visiting in this section last SundaySahad George Center sold his dwelling and store house to Geo Crase Burkhart and John H Holdr for 800KIRev J Logan Center who was recently appointed as a state deleaD bv Governor Willson will ton leave for Topeka KanR about theI 12th inst to attend thj Tenth Au anal Congress of the Good RoadsI 1 Association Revs Wm Lindon of Insko J Crase of Burkhart and J L Center of this place preachedI hero Sunday to a large crowd Evening services wore held at the home of Eliza Perkins she being unable to attend Dec 6 A CORRESPONDENT ett Alone in Sawmill at Midnight of dampness drafts storms cr cold W J Atkins worka edas night watchman at Banner Springs Tenu Such exposure gave him a severe cold that settled his lungs At last he had to up work He tried many remI but all failed till he used Drgljj- i Kings Now Discovery After tuy using one bottle he writes I went back to work as well as ever j Severe colds stubborn coughs inflamed 1meot throats and sore lungs i Hemorrhages croup and whooping i cough get quick relief and prompt cure from this glorious medicine 50pr and 100 Trial bottle free guaranteed by all dealersI CAMPTON This is county court day Idit several horse traders are in town Pearl Fred and Mrs Johnson returned home Sunday after visiting a week at The school here is getting along nicely11e hope to have many more pupils this winter than we have now A protracted meeting will begin at the Methodist church Sunday j conducted by Revs Tyler Isaac Everybody attend crowd from this place attendJI J ed church at Bear Pen Sunday They were Misses Inez Uosney Verna Hanks Pearl Cannoy Stel1 la Manker Nora Byrd and Grace Stamper and Madeline Messrs Chas Wireman Samp Cox Sam Caroll Jack Williams Va Elkm and Finley Hanks Dec 6 WILD BILL Rich Mens Gifts Are Poor beside this I want to go on record as saying that I regard Ele3Cof trio Bitters as one of the greatest gifts that God has made to wo man writes Mrs 0 Rhinevanlt of Vestal Center N Y I nev TTorgkJ hat it has done fo m This glorious medicine gives awoman buoyant spirits vigor of jody and jubilant health It quick- y cures nervousness sleeplessness melancholy headache backache fainting and dizzy spells j scou builds up the weak ailing and sickly Try them We at all 4tiU i apIItems I later1 thanTuettlaf morning Monday Hanotportance Advertise no ones bUlOipessRo andwrite on one tide of the paper only ter LANDSAWresHon J M Tester went to Jackrone day last week on legal businessFrank Dunn left last week for Breathitt county and other points acres buy fur- Leander Barker returned from I Carter iconnty Sunday He says Ann had a fine visit Harrison Burt hfeld bought two from AIt Hatton last week paying 18 for them AdaBuford Swango came in home from Frozen j where he been hauling lumber James Murphy wife and cbllan of Valeria visited at E Tcy Sunday and JondoyRE H L Whisman Floyd Murphy Willie TaYlOr went to Camp today it being county court dayWIHon Kelly Kashanda Mr Miller of Lee county were in this vi ciuity last week on a hunting expedition of Old W L Kash came in from Jackson Saturday to visit his sister and Laura McGuire He attended the Old Baptist church Sunday of of which he is a member Last Saturday E T Kash pur chased the interests of John Tack and Robert Halsey in the Kash Halsey L Tackett grist and sawmill making him the sole owner presentDec ANON i catarrh this section ol Cthli and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great ma years doctors pronounced it a local dis ease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with iocal treat pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure mannfac tured by F J Cheney k Co Toledo 0 is the only constitutional cure on the market is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on thet blood and mucous surfaces of the system atThey otter one hundred dollars for any case fails to cure Send for circulars and ten timonials Address- F J CHENEY 4 CO Toledo 0 B8Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation tlTRENTRobert Sally of near this place was visiting on Lacy creek Saturday night Several passed through here en route to Camptou Monday to attend county court ldMitchell Campbell of e Green passed through here en route to Stillwater Sunday David Coldiron of this place his sister Mrswas a guest of 1Franoos Stamper Saturday j tlMiss Ninnie Brewer of Stillwa ter was a guest of Misa Stella Ed SundsynRev Barney Blankenship of I Sterling is visiting friends relatives in and around eled Green Misses Ethel and Ella Edwards this place were gaests of Miss Niunie Brewer of Stillwater last Friday night anClay Cecil1 of Consolations pass routerto Pine Ridge to move Granny Combs back to Consolation Mrs Angeline Creech of npar Gosnevville was here shopping Fnday and purchased a new hat talfor herdaoghiarlMila Dora Dec 6 PAKMT BUD r9 STILLWATER- Fall wheat is looking fine in this section Miss Stella Edwards has been on postmaster at Trent Mrs Robert J Rose went toGI Green Sunday to visit J A and childrenal1Mrs Berrilla Rose and daugh Susa were guest of your cor SundayCl dSU1B being county court noticed several people going in the direction of Camptonfrl J M Trent sold a house and ten a of land on Laurel to Leslie Brewer for a consideration of 805- Grnnville R Rose moved Rose Madden and son Taylor from Campton to this creek one day re centlyMrs Floyd Sally and two children D B Tyra and family and J Boling visited your correspondent Sunday Dock Perkins moved J M Trent family from his farm on LaScreek to the John Cox farm on river Saturday The school building at Laurel caught fire Friday caused by n de fective flue but was put out before damage was done Mrs Geneya Brown and son Charley find Owen Coldiron all to Laurel attended meeting at the Baptist church Sunday Revs Powell and J Robert Rose Granville Moore of this place held preaching services at the homeI Uncle Jeff Rose Saturday to Ben Murphy of Murphy fork I accompanied by another Mr Murphy a and Charley Rose of Hazel Green passed through here Saturday en route to Richmond Mrs Robert J Rose visited Geo Buchanan and family Tuesday Bud Wednesday and in the meantime she and Mrs Buchanan paid Isaac and family a short visit It is a current rumor in this vi ciuity that William Kash of Jackson and Miss Allie Swaugu are to- be married Thursday after which they will take a bridal tour to Lex iugtonMiss Ninnie Brewer of this creekwent to Coppers creek Wednesday to visit her brother Valen who is running a logging job that place She returned the same day- Bill Elkins and wife formerly- of this county but who have bben in Oklahoma for the past 18 years write to their relatives here that they will start here the 15th inst to visit indefinitely Mrs Logan Miller writee that measles are raging in Middletowu Ohio She said that all her children have the measles and one has 1measles and pneumonia combined and is not ex ected to recover Dec C DOMINGO The peculiar properties of Chamberlains Cough Remedy have been thoroughly tested during epidem1dy ics of influenza and when it was taken in time we have not of a single case of pneumonia Sold by all dealers toLEXIE1dUncle Jim Lacy and wife visit Mrs Mattie Perkins and family SundaySheffie James and James P Lacy of Hazel Green spent Sunday on this creek Aunt Sally Creech of Laurell spent Thursday night with W S Trimble and wife J G Trimble sold eight hogs- a few days ago to Robert M Sally for a private price Sam Kash and family of Hazel Green spent Sunday with Mrs Rashs parents Charley Sample and wits 1 Mrs W S Trimble has been suffering very much for the past week with something like a felon her hand Miss Ethel Johnson of Hazel was visiting her uncle Porter Lacy and wife Saturday SundayryOld Uncle Jim Anderson of Gillmore was it guest of H L and family Sunday andre night Miles Trent and family moved the Doc Perkins place to the John W Ccx farm on Red river few days uglhIMisses Nannie anti Mbllie Ma- loney spent Monday with their cousins Misses Detilah and Gola ver Trimble of this pillcewDoc Kn h and wife Miss LuIs be1 NickelI and Miss Chnama Lacy of Hazel Green were guests of W S Trimblo and wife last Sundaya Miss Nat y Sample of Hazel Green spent frm Friday until Sunday with har pirouts Charley and wife of this creek Miss Ella Trimble of Mt Ster ling and Miss Daisy Day of Hazel Green called on W S Trimble and family Saturday afternoon Frank Coldiron and wife who have been living on Stillwater forL the paatyear recently moved back their old home near Hazel Green Dec 6 BERTIEf A sprained ankle will usually disable the injured person for three or four weeks This is duet lack of proper treatment WhenI Chamberlains Liniment is appliedL cure may be effected in three or four days This liniment is oneIof the best and most remarkable preparations in use Sold by all dealers MURPHY Dorsey Murphy of Mt Sterling was here last week on business i Rev F Agar conducted preaching services at Pine Grove Sunday Frank Murphy of Winchester is visiting relatives at this place RoliiVNiekellaQdwife left for lliuoislast week to make it their future home- Walker I Nickell who has been cwrfiuedtOhia bed for about six weeks is able to be out again Ernest Henry and wife of Mt Sterling ar visiting Mrs Henrys father S G Nickelljof this place Eli Frank McGuire who tell from a tobacco barn and received painful injuries is improving slowly Millard Hill and Alex Maxey who have been in Hlinowjfor past three months returned home FridayThe Masons and Juniors will hold services at the Ezeloemetery- in honor of Rev JMdKmsTues day at ten oclock Miss Fern Nickelhehtertained a number ofrherlrivadstritb a can party at her home Saturday night in honor of Miss Mabel May dClifford Nickel and Daniel Henry of this place and Miss Emma Sample of Ezel visited relatives on Lacy creek SatBrday and Suns dayJohn 4 Adams of Lexington passedthrohgh here Saturday en routs to Eze with a nice monu merit to be erected on his fathers graveDec 6 GUESS If yow are sufferinK from bili ouBneaft eoaitipatio indigestion chrbniftheadaofeeaiBve8toae cells in a postal cardi sihd to Chamber berlams tfe icSCkoiueaIowa wltb your uaaneau addresa plainly on the back and they willi forward you a free sample of Chamberlaina Sioaaaclt mod Liver Tablets SeW by all totea a II MUI HYtdJfx Last week J RIggLfleft for Virginia on a business trip George Handy moved Monday from Doc Perkins place to J R Lsggifarm Clove Mannin moved from Hen Murphys farm toa cottage on Ben Murphys place Thfe writer wag informed that ft cindy social came off Saturday night at the home of Will SweeneyMiss Cora Murphy one of the brightest scholars in our school been confined to her room with tonsilitis for several weeks Miss Angio Will9of near Toli who has been sick for quite a has improved so much as to able to go to Lexington Monday for further treatment Last week Johrt WfGnjG started new saw mill on Wilt Center place and is sawing WjilJs timber The hands work 25 hour a day and ara getting their chewing at Wills table Old Granny Yocum and ffangb ter Mrs Mol lie Murphy j and her daughter Roxie and Josiah Havens and family spent Saturday and Sunday at the homo of MTV Murphy- 1Vaeh Swango of Pleaflsjit1 Hill met with a painful accident last week While hauling a load of he fell from the top striking the sled standard aud injuring his thigh seriously Rev Bill Yocum and other renowned ministers preached Able sermons Friday aud Saturday at the Ben Murphy schoolhouse During the two days six orr seven persons were baptized Cpma again good preachers and wake ua up A beautiful musical recitaloam off Sunday at the home o6 Miss Golden Murphy Those who ook part in the grand progranciiwere such charming etars aai rMiaaee 0May and Golden Pack Jtrata Bella Jackson and Mrs Virgte Perkins of Mize j Miss Stella Swango of Pleasant Hill j Nora andZelphia Plerattand Golden and Murphy The young gallants I ere Clarence and Dewey Haveoi of Fills branch Dewitt Pack Clif ford Halsey Roy Arnett and Lee Rose of Mize j Kern Nickell of Nannie and Irwin McGuire of Pekin The entertainment miio honor of MIJ S Golden Morphyi first appearaiioa m thej world of music Doc 6 iWafiY I Still Jw 15 TsArt t jDremany 2Qp0QU of medicine in vein B F Ayscne of Inglesfde N Cat llaatneed- Dr Kings New Life Pillsyi and writes they wholly atted him They cure consbataipfifriUons floss sick htadtcbiptojEaachj liver kidney and Bowel UQt1 les 25c at all dealers For thee first time in several months the Winchester SunSen tinellaatWeek reached our table with every line readabh and Bro Perrymakes the folkrrhg itfoolo 5gylBack to the OldPrese After continuous Worry formtnymdtitha with bad1 print wehavogbne4aok- to the bldpresa The nee index pensive machinerythas not7rored satisfactory and unlells wet bet tar results ifr will be diapentled iirithrentirelyLaelgtiOl L st Its a womans delight to look her beat lint piuJin akin etsp tions sores and boils roblife of joy Listenl1 Bucklena Arnica Salve cures them j makes jlbu skin loft and velvety It glosifiee the face Cures pimples sore yeiv cold sores cracked lipti ehafft pitJ25c s vt ttJbi fC j u 3 1f flI 1fIiE tka3t i e JlJ1 = yfow t 6r iIIitri THE HIHAfcB rlnteredattbe Ha el seen Post= offlcea + eeondcl i tnatter I i J SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY rHURSDAY Dec 9 1909 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY KASII Commonwealths Attorney I It HOLLON Clerk Meets third Monda in January first Monday in May third Monday iu Sejiteiu ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT U T CKNTKU Judge j B STAMFKK County Attorney KOUEKT L CAKUOLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October MAGISTRATES COURT District No lC M Fallen r tnird Friilnyf in March June September and Decem ber District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February Slay August and Ntvember District No 3S F Allen second Friday in February May August and November District No yP K Legg first Friday in March May August and November District NorT C Holloa second Fri day in March June September and December District No 6Roy Hurst third Friday iin February Slay August and November District o7B T Helton fourth Fri day in March June September uud December District No 8J M Lovelace first Fri day in February May August and No ember Letters From the Editor Below we make a few extracts from letters received from Spencer Cooper us many of his friendeby will possibly want to know how he is getting along- Shelbyville Ind Dec 109 131yDear Wife I arrived hereI tonight at 1180 oclock clean and smooth Intended to leave Le ington Tuesday morning but when I went to bed at Reed Hotel Mot day night discovered that you failed to put in night shirt SoI 1 staid over to get shirts and haveI myclothes renovated Then Wed I ueaday morning today when boy woke me up for 5 oclock train I turned over and went to sleep again Hord says he will turn I me loose in three weeks as clean as I was before I ever tasted whiiky or morphine December 2 Darling Wife I have been here only 24 hours but I am convinced that they will do all they clai and do it within the time of thr weeks or less There are only seven I patients here now though they generally have 25 One month this year they had 55 and in the history of the place no one ever returned One man had been taking morphine for 25 years and was cured in three weeks It beats i Tiim a i to morphine but is not a physician and he tells me he was full of morphine and drank onehalf gallon l of whiskey every day He has given me five drinks today and a glassfulof bis mixture beside four I little tablets I had a little soup for dinner and a light supper and will take a good bath tonight and hope to have a good rest J SPENCER COOPER Compelled to Move For several years we have been receiving a paper entitled Vicin ity of University published atII ISeattle Wash by F R Day who formerly lived in this county Not having the patronage due an en terprisiug publication he writes a postal as follows Editor HAZEL GREEN HERALD t Dear SirThe high tariff Republicans and undemocratic Demo crats have forced me to move to a i localitv where tenth pre a little lower than the Kentucky moun Ih tains The jjfToTlTrNdn prob i J ably resumepublication under ajri vew Dom ratic head line afteri j t New Year I have been too Dem II lX jocratic Binfee 1901 Your editori j c Vila are A I Respectfully it t F B T 9 502 forth Lake Ave DAYJJ f J IBeaUle S 8- y1 the EeatttoKtf iShowi I ThB first annual exhibit of the Kentucky Blue Grass Corn Show will occur at Lexington December 110 11 and 13 The show will be held at Jackson Hall which is a 1large hall situated near the Union Station and admirably suited for I UOIhave offeredas prizesiThe purpose of ss Corn Show as conceived by iits originators and promoters is to create and encourage an intelligent I i interest in corn growing as toe cultivation and selection to ti end that the yield of corn may be jincreasedand greater success and prominence given to the growing CTOpIStatistics show thot the yield per sera of corn in Kentucky is from five tc ten bushels less than that in the uoighboring states of ot Ohio Indiana Illinois and oth ers while the possibilities of our climate and soil are not correspondingly less A great deal of interest has been created by the Iholding of a number of local corn shows in the state recently i iethose at Paris and Versailles and the School Childrens Contests iin- stituted by Commissioner Rankin and the indications are that this show being held in the central part of the state will be very suc cessful and but the beginning of larger shows in the future Classes are open to Fayette county to the state noel the coun try at large and advices have al ready been received from save professional growers who will ex habit here as well as many to growers Attractive premium lists have been issued and may be had applying to tho secretary of the Kentucky Blue Grass Corn Show Lexington These premium jlists include over 400 worth audIprixZe9 are offered for the different classes The show will continue thru rigoMonday December 13 when Allof the exhibits will be sold at auction This will afford an oppor tunity for farmers by buying the prize winning samples to secure some excellent seed corn 1Jior all information address t secretary A H Gilbert Keltuc Blue Grass Corn Show Lexington jKyi CASTOR IIA Childreneo hf Bears the- Signatnro of The Louisville Daily Herald c now be bought in that city and in New Albany and Jefferson ville Iudat 1 cent a copy Outside of these cities 2 cents and on trains 5 cents WiMasWUlasIuanlMilliswatitet fcy Kitoy ail MiK TmHn minddiscourages I vigor cheerful order eased trouble become hthean when should to control passage afflicted bedwet ofthedillicultytreatmentheseimportatttorgans nt of ofthetohabitsupposeWomenmade miser kidney bladder trouble great remedy ofSwampby druggists in fifty onedollar mayhaveby pamphlet telling all and ness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of or ills j Kidney 1 so prevalent it is not uncom J tobornwitheak I age it be the it is yet with t a able with and and both need the same cent and mail 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Ohio YoukyfemaleItroubles because we are sure it will help you Remember that this great female remedy OFCARDU I has brought relief to thousands of other sick women so why not to you For headache backache periodical pains female weakIness many have said It Is theI1best medicine to take Try itl ISold in This CityFJ t FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN Catalog on Application No Agents H F HILLENMEYER d SONS hasLEXINGTON KY Electric Bitters failsInweaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND ROUBLEitoldever over a druggists counter I 50 Farms FOR SALE I Ranging in area from 25acres to descriptivw anircular now Address JNO M WHEELER R No 4 Winchester Ky rIFARMS SALEIrI I producvrcr t acre inlproue produce any thing Price X30 per acre thruruunty good dwelling well watered a nearly all tobacco and corn ground i Price 85 per acre 75 acres well improved in good neigh J borbood aud good strung laud Price F80 per acre I 210 acres well improved and one the best farms in the county Will raise nything and can be bought for 125 acre l0i acres improved at 110 per acre 19712 acres at 100 per acre 100 acres ltdat40peracre 55 acres at 7250 as good as can be found for tobacco or corn 400i acres well improved the best tobacco farm in the county and can bo dividedl 1 HI 12750 per acre and many otherlIi Also many residences in this city andi iin the suburbs This city has two nice school the largest cattle market in world and is the bet town in the thlI grass tcUonIwill go 10 per cent higher withinI i Ithe I next twelve months 0III W BoFJro WOOD I REAL ESTATE MT STERLING KY FARM FOR SALE 0 Farm of 200 acres more or less lying on the waters of Lncy creek AlLesJ fenced and crossfenced Some good timber noel nearly all cleared Iland in grass Large orchard over lasting tine water 5 room dwell ug house halls and porches also thirtyliebargain Possession given Jauu particuder RjaFARM fOR SALE thebuton my on accountof age and other disabilities I offer my farm of 125 acres mi Hlackwa ter onehalf mile from Ezel for sale The farm consists ofabout CO acres in grass balance in culti vation and timber Good 5room dwelling with all necessary out buildings fine water goodorchard etc Fcr terms and all other information call on or address n D MOTLEY Ezel Ky Rare 0oDDDrtunitgI conliltiog garden and outbuilding One of the GreenAlsore anythiugofWished with a complete outfit of tools and stuck of materials and supplies also machineryWillseparatelyFor address KOSEMarch Photography eseryMly riioTUCR AFIIY IntCcauUful picture jI1j rrlre cctttnt pd criticism futtttoti s rmt Simple Kfj r If y m mrnt n thlt Amerl can Fh C IVacon St Boston I trel t rtaatRtc ernybnlr tricitj the i tanJwISimple year Sam If you name I l00 a jtir Tub Co NutFL5RRtcAyaa Maya I I XPERIENCEIIII t IIDESIGNSII InreamaquietinyODl on RDaln ts probably PAtentable Communleao all I ItionsrietlycanadenttaLNANOB001t on Parentsfree Oldest jrentT for lIecunlllf patecPatenu takn throne moan k co recettaSecminoticeallhoatcharge tntho iHmericmiA 4 l1lirulatlonnewgdealarlip rarcnsteltt 4 O 1 DAY HOUSE Hazel Creen Ky 4 MM LOU DAY Proprietor larce Beet table fare in Eastern Kentucky A iIII and1XIII1II eotaaoditioaa by gas throughout and special acIJ jIIIII to traTclisjf ilea r I jl Q OO I I t1 Millinery Opening 9 BEGINNINGJ t1tt II i FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 CO D D and continuing one weekfi OII dO tIhave just received Spy Fall Goods of Millineryt Dry Goods and Notions Full line of CloakefliJ j vV 1 rl Skirts etc Everything uptodate Call and seett ptt UPSTAIRS FRONT ROOM CECIL BROS STORE litIfG IIMISS FALAY LONG it I t tr KASH SAMPLE I Dealers in General Merchandise to tbe citizens of hazel Green and vicinity that they have jutj received magnificent line of IIAnnlllllce fi SHC1ES GENTSII Fine HatsClothing Caps Etc atilt that their general line embraces fineDress Gocds Dry Gocds Notiow SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc to which they invite in8pectionII I CONQUEST OP THE NORTHj j An authentic account of the finding of the NORTH POLEby Frederick A Cook and Com R E Peary U S N together with biographies of the explorers and- a brief history of Artie discovery by ERNEST INGERSOLLWITH NEW MAPS AND ILLUSTRATIONS FROM PHOTOGRAPHS t ALSO A VALUABLE 3PAGE SIXSHEET WALL CHART- A complete atlas geography and history of the world tall uptodate and absolutely correct WILL BE GIVEN FREE WITH A YEARS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD ITHE LOUISV7ILE HERALD THE GREATEST SUBSCRIPTION OFFER OF THE SEASON Send Your Order To This Paper 325 J HIKE FOR MICKEY tWhen you visit Lexington stop with Den 03 Hickey823324 West Short Street for lodging and the best meals in town ONLY 25 CENTS r d t i TTr 7 rp 7F 4i1lf p m 7 7 1 r t- M 1Jt JT f I throat I Coughsii j Ask your doctor about these throat coughs He will telldyou how deceptive they are A tickling in the throat oftensl means serious trouble ahead Better explain your case carecJ fully to your doctor and Iskw him about your taking Ayers Cherry Pectoral in We publil Our lrma1u Vr bare Ieoll l fl IIIUe to I a oae I gooier a ISJI They have been making Ayers Pills fortover sixty years If you have the I sat doubt about using these pills ask j your doctor Do as he says always r U VTttr ATer Co LowtlJ4u THE HERALD Aunt Dulcina Rose is visiting relatives in town this week Joseph A Rose attended county county at Campton Monday- SI Dr C Hood Williams wen- tfCampton to i Tuesday on business Rev J P Bicktiell returned Mon t day from a business trip to Berea Andy Phipps of May town has moved to Lexie to run a saw mill for John D Rose Sam H Elam recently moved from Grassy creek to the Trimbl- property at this placehAll who have articles of any kind for the bazaar bring them in yearly Saturday morning James H Elam and wife wh lived on Grassy creek have sold out and moved to Ashland Dr I Steinberg an optician of Nashville Tenn was registered at the Day House over Sunday Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Joshua Finch an aged man of May town died at the home of Bobl Gilly near Maytown one day last week Emmet Howe traveling sales man for J Heniy Koeing of Ciu 4 4cinnati was interviewing our mer iTuesdayiHenry Cecil and wife and Misses t Myrtle and Katherine Cecil visit ed Frank Cecil on Grassy Satur r day and Sunday l Miss Ella Center daughter Y Dr G M Center visited at Ha lIan Nickells near Daysboro Sat d urday and Sunday Noise Chaney and Robert Cec ttatteuded county court at Oampton l i Monday They say that horse swapping was on a boom ti t Mrs Ellen Pieratt who has been ttvisiting her son Henry Pieratt at L Richmond for some time is expected r to return thie week rrBoone Bache of Burkhart re cently bought a tract of land from hir Sebron Walter on Grassy f p MondayififF Clifford Nickell Daniel Henry f and Miss Emma Sample of Ezel were guests of C S Sample and wife from Friday until Sunday Rev J P Bicknoll of our town will have a public sale Saturday December 18 to sell his househo- r Iltyt and kitchen furniture Ho wi- x move to Berea r J A Adams of Lexington came up a few days ago and erected beautiful monument in the mem ory of his father Uncle Johns Ad Ims who is buried at Ezel k Go to Miss Falay Longs for li your Christmas goods Shi can upply you with books wall m t1 toes and everything that will bring glee and happiness to the children The ladies conducting the bazaar a request all who will donate mila1 for the ice cream Saturday to bring it in early Saturday morn 9ff Bring fresh morning milk A riLM JoJ JlIio Lai=ii ij1 acidissVni t 1 ofBudjj were j married today Thursday at 121 j oclocknoon Rev Wm H Chambers tying the nuptial knot DIRI rectly after the ceremony the bri i party left for Lexington on aI hort visit jII The bride is one of the most young ladles of the Still ater neighborhood and has the congratulation of her many friends her choice of a partnerVMr Kash is a rising young law MrIA C Kash of CamptonH brother of our fellowtownsman H Kash and Kelly KashLlso one of the shining lights ofII he Jackson bar THE HERALD joins their many friends in wishing them a prosperous journey through life MtI The greatest danger from influ enza is of its resulting in pneu monia This can be obviated byw using Chamberlains Cough Remedy as it not only cures influenza but counteracts any tendency of the disease towards pneumonia old by all dealersaLike a Letter From HomeVParis Ill Nov 29 00wSpencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky As our time for THE HERALD he hoe about expired I will send you at another dollar to renew my sub scription We cant well do with out your paper This leaves usI healtheYour paper is like a letter from ome every week We send our love and best respects to you and our wife and our many friends Wishing you all a merry Christ woe are as ever your friendsIMRS JESSE SWANGO R R 3 box 02 Many persons hind themselves affected with a persistent cough after an attack of influenza As this cough cab be promptly cured by the use of Chamberlains Cough I Remedy it shouldnot be allowed to run on until it becomes troublesome Sold by all dealers- TaulbeeLamberson Ellis Johnson received the fol i lowing invitation the other day and handed it to our reporter so we could publish an item of news Mr and Mrs Harlan A Lamberson i request the honor of your presence at the marriage of 1Anna1 Captain Milton Hager Taulbee I on Weddeaday evening the fifteenth ofDecember at nine oclock TemplerOklahoma City Oklahoma Liberal Terms j largeitretail clothiers in the world andI am prepared to dress smart menI in the most fascinating mannerII in the latest popular style and on easy payments Call on or write and I will serve you at the earliest date BURNS ELAM Agent Box 81 Hazel Green Ky Notice orThe stockholders of Hazel Green Bank are hereby requested to meet at said bank Saturday December 18 1909 at 1 oclock p m toI elect officers for the year 1910 RespectfullyE F CECIL Vice President Thomas Phillips of Knox con arrived here Tuesday with the remains of his mother Mrs Mary Phipps She was buried Wednes day morning in the Sebron Walter sisteraof Mrs Dorcas Tyler S M Tyler first wits Mr and Mrs Roe Nickel form erly of this place but who have been living at Richmond for two I yeaTs past Are expected back here I thta week They find no place like Hazel Green y For SaleTwo of the Pieratt cottages for less than the lumber I and lot can be bought One acre in each lot five rooms in e t 1000 AiflJljAtthisofficp tio aY tO th tLW1a 31 A good titrid lId expected at the bazaar Satarddy Come yourself sad insist on others doing like wise lOur old timu comrade in arms R Perry of Winchester has aidedecampIon Yansaut of the G A R For Sale030 fine select oak trees within 4 miles of Cannel City and one mile of Licking river Callon my partner L C Patrick Ky J5 p McCiuiiE S G Sample and wife of Camp ton accompanied by Miss Ruth urst of Wilhurst were visiting visiting C S Sample and wife of creek Saturday land Sunday Mrs Lennie Pierutt wife of foe Pieratt who formerly lived at May town died at her home near Sterling Monday morning from a cancer in her breast The funeral was held at Mt Sterling Tuesday after which the remains aid to rest in the family burial ground Dr I Steinberg an eyesight specialist of Nashville Tenn was guest ot the Day House several days this week From a taik th r had with him the doctor i posted on eye troubles of every kind and if you need glasses can fit you with the best and a very reasonable cost On account of the fust 1 and the prompt 1 deliveryo goods from the railroad station THE HERALD is one day loci this week A shipment of paper Cincinnatiwhich should have been here Saturday reached us Thurs day Hurry up the extension the Mountain Central railway ofII Green DRESSMAKING Mrs FIIN DAY has just opened a Dressmaking proIIndies wear and in connection she will be prepared to repair cleatI and press gentlemens suits thereby making an old suit appear a new She solicits the patronage of the public and guarantees sat 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envelopes business cards and wee ding stationery Youll be pleased with our work and prices will suit achIrlct Work 111 Most IReasoaaWa POOl iIICPQrorSZ1 Hl F RE Ntlut11z I tIA Bit of Zeal That Was Not Appre ciated by Wife He was a very bSsy man and like j all of his kind hp hated to waste time by unnecessary waiting That was why in the m dst of his corre spondence along about 11 oclock the other morning he paused and turning to his secretary requested him to ring up hisj residence on the I phone Jemmison he said get my house on the wire and ask lire I Blank to come to the phone Just tell them that 1 wish to speak to I herThe I secretary made oil and in a few minutes the required connec tion was made Is that you Mary said Blaak when he got to the phone Yes was the answer I Well this is John he said 1I have just rung you up to tell you that Barker was in here this morn ing with two ticket for the theater tonight He and Mrs Barker been called suddenly out of haeII and he thought we might i use the tickets How about ill Fine replied Mrs Blank I have nothing else to do All right my dear continued Blank Tire curtain rises at half past8Yes I know said Mrs Blank I I thought Id let you know in i hadeputsyour hat on he went on Then we can gut there before the middle of the first act Byby dear The only answer was an angry click at the other end of the wire I which seemed to indicate that an I buttMr Blank only laughed as he re workLippincottsfMagazine j I ThanksgivingaOne fine summer night the whole I village was disturbed in its slum I bers by the deep tones of Nasreddin I giving praise and thanks unto Al i 14this14 4 AI114mighty I I 4 van replied the hodja I looked up and suddenly behelda white 4 thing Happing by this window This 4 must be a ghost or jinn or some oth er evil spirit sent by Sheitan to tor 4 ment true believers methought so 4 I seized my bow and drove an arrow through it I forthwith arose and 4 behold it was no jinn but iny own- S shirt which the arrow had transfix ed Wherefore do ye see me givi I ing just praise7 Ps London WeeklyII 1Faint Praise 1A oceandtrip was awakened from a soun sleep one morning when the steamer was close to a strip of coast where the mountains tower sheer from the waters edge to a height of thou majesticiother places The little girls fa ther carrying her to the deck pointed to the great line of moun tains and asked her Well what do you think of that expecting as was natural that she would be quite overwhelm ed at the sight Instead she just rubbed her sleepy eyes They look she muttered dubiously like hills- Whereupon she went to sleep again Xew York Times The Salt In the Sea The saline elements of ocean wa ter may be in part derived from geological formations which con Isilted largely of like matter but iit Iis generally considered that the salt ness of the sea is sufficiently ac I I counted for by the deposition of soluble salts from the rivers Salts of various kinds form part of the constituent ingredients of the earths soil everywhere They are washed out by springs and rivulets and carried to the sea by large I streams gad as the evaporation which feeds the streams carries none j 1 j agaidn tendency cumulate iii the sea The principal l saline ingredients found in ocean water arc chloride of sodium or common salt and salts of magnesia and lime The Sovereign He was a smart junior with a rising reputation for genius in the art ofcross examination Said he to witness a garrulous but alert old lady How much money had you in your pocket when you say it was I pickedII I I a sovereign in gold came the reply trippingly on the tongue Did you ever see a sovereign in anything but gold was the next question cynically put Yes I once saw the king in a carriage London Answers r k f ili ITbe Kind You Have Always Bought and which lots been use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his sonal supervision since its perI1I Allowno one todeceive you in IAll Counterfeits Invitations 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hunk that is conservative and will protect its depositors This oppr rtunity is oflered you by The HAZEL GREEN BANK tt- H F PIERATT President R H PATTON Cashier t IcWINTERIS COMINGand to help you get ready for it Our Fall and Winter line o- fMILLINERY Dry Goods and Notions is complete An Elegant Display of Beautiful Pattern Hats Tilnirii jitl ihcfcs stet A Beautiful Selection of Tailored Suits Cats and Skirts for Ladies Misses and Children Nothing but the best and latest to sell you Prices reasonable Your patronage solicited Yours truly MAPBL TROY Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS JN General Merchandise j COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the nth stock of goods they have jest received embracing general storMy Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware Sc and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES f a specialty Wo have them in all tho varied styles and quality for WOMEN AND lIEN and sell thorn at the lowest margin of rofit ShoesIImany pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain will be sold q At Cost and Carriage and Even Less IKASH JOHNSON KASH 1 fURS GQG ol I ti f AND HIDESIOBEST MAllEt RidPAID FoR 1AW IDa IN BIDES- WooCcmm1alcla Wtlt tar pcicolt rocsttac frtg tM uL EisTi Lliltp Z r + i Mjtf r r J r V lITo1 1rc1n f i1T TH h U IDeadchel IONEI ONEof Little Tabletsand Paini Gale NEURALGIA BACKACHE Je seed Dr Miles AitlPilil P for yeas tied this they ER thlnfoat tin etmlajy tfTt a tat lees 1M dcitrcc nBcL i MnJ P amaT- DUpd NCI Yo lilt PADS oI- RHEUMATISM I and SCIATIC 25 Doses 25 Cents Tow Dratt t sells Dr Miles AntfPsmPUh tad bt It wtftortod 10 mure lilt ptcC of ibtlmi FKUp laeyl If h lath w benefit you ifi 300000 IN CASH PRIZES TO AGENTS OF THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER- OF CINCINNATI OHIO Besides a Liberal Commission that will insure to Solicitors S1000C tt a month and better 1 Cash prize of S roooo 1 tash prize ol 30000 1 Cash prize of 20000 i 1 Cash prize of 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ESGl1ABAJlDm SATIBFAlIT08 OB XOHXT KEFUHDED c lWIIJGioaearCo1daAppleWiJoIdeafenata68a6edaeratwyiaIaisiBe ga Q txamtiat mndint Reference ay lilsokit Louie W1iM Ice weeUy ponefiatrsda6ipd taa iL Sabel A Sena- 27iEutaUt LOUISVILLE KY DR 0 H WILLIAMS FIYSICIAH AND SDIiEON HAZEL GREEN KY cititand wilwver all eaU of oe M M raeileaee adjefsi gt J n TT s e + 4 1 lr IiThe Conquest I e I By Dr FREDERICK A COOK t Copyright 1909 by the New York I 4 Herald Company Registered In Canada In Accordance With right Act Copyright In CopyII ieo Under Laws of the Repuolic + of Mexico All Rights Reserved + + +e + 1 +1fe3 e +e +e +ete Fed I VEU the newly discovered coast I O lines was written Bradley Land in honor of John It Bradley the benefactor of the expedi tion As we passed north of this land there was nothing substantial upon which to fix the eye There was at no time a perfectly clear horizon but the weather was good enough to permit frequent nauti cal observaJohs The course was lined on uninteresting blank sheets but there were elusive signs of land fre quent enough to keep up an exploring enthusiasmThus after day the marchesI poIflltlonsI tures were promptly forgotten in tbeII mental bleach of the next days effort The night of April 7 was made notable by the swing of the sun at midnight For a number of nights it made grim faces at us in Its setting A mist drawn as a curtain teasingI northern sea at midnight bad curious advantages for celestial stag- Ing settling into this haze we weret unable to determine sharply the advent of the midnight sun but here wasI a spectacular play which interested us i ImmenselyII egg shaped with horizontal linesI drawn througa it Again it was pressed Into a basin with flaming fires burning behind a curtain of frosts blue at other times it appeared like aI huge vase and It required very little imagination to see purple and dowers tijj The change was often like magic but the last display was invariably a face distorted faces of men or animals I were made to suit our taDcyII We had therefore suns northward advancefrom Its first peep at midday above the south ice of the THROUGH NAJ polar gateway to Its sweep of the northern ice at midnight From the end of the polar night late In Febru ary to the first of the double days and midnight suns we had forced a trail through darkness blood hardening temperature and over leg breaking ir regularities of an unknown world of ice to an area 200 miles from the pole The Midnight Sun Now we had the sun unmistakably- at midnight and its new glory w quite an incentive to our life of shivers Observations on April 8 placed camp at latitude 86 degrees 36 min utes longitude W degrees 2 minutes In spite of what seemed like long marches we bad advanced only IOC miles In nine days Much of our bard work was lost in circuitous twists around troublesome pressure lines and high Irregular fields of very old Ice The drift Ice was throwing us to the east with sufficient force to give us some anxiety but with eyes closed to danger and hardships the double days of fatigue and glitter quickly followed one another The temperature ranging between 36 and 46 degrees below zero F kept persistently near the freezing point of mercury and though the perpetual sun gare light and color to the cheer less wastes we were not Impressed with any appreciable sense of warmth Indeed the sunbeams r + emed to make the trout of the air pU a with a more painful sting There was a weird play of orgies seemingly most Impressive at this time clouds of steam rose from the frozen seas In marching over the gulden glitter snow scalds the face while the nose is bleached with frost The sun rose Into zones of fire and set into burning fields of Ice but with pain we breathe the chill of death pIlln1fulI wIne spirits the fire was lighted while oil delighted the stomach In dreams Leaven was bot the other place was cold All nature vas false We seem td to be nearing the chilled flame of a new hades In our bard life there was nothing genuinely warm Thp congenial appearances were aU decep tion but death offered only cold cox fort There wits too pAraattge Ja Mt tiie u i j L of the Pole i North of Bradley Land + I Amazing Sensations of i Dr Cook and His Two I e ++ Companions J Je 1NINTH ARTICLE +I + + + + + + + + +e+ e We should have enjoyed this curious experience but with endless bodily discomforts combined in aching muscle and an overhearing languor there could be no real joys from the glories of nature The pleasure was reservedI for a later retrospect We now changed our working hours from day to night beginning usually at 10 and ending at 7 The big marches and prolonged hours of travel withI which fortune favored us earlier were no longer possible Weather toad tlons were more Important in deter mining the dos run than the hand of the chronometers When the storms threatened th start was delayed and in strong blowsJ the march was shortened but in one way or another we usually found few hours in each turn of the dial dur ing which a march could be forced be tween winds It mattered little wheth we traveled night or dayall hours I Ier all days were alike to usfor we no accustomed time of rest no Sundays no holiday no landmarks o mileposts to pass To advance and ex pend the energy accumulated during one sleep at the cost of our pound oft pemmican was the one sole aim In lUre observations of April 11 gave latitude 87 degrees 20 minutes longim tude 95 minutes 10 seconds The pack disturbance of Bradley Land was less and less noted in the northward movement The fields became heavier Jar gar and less crevassed Fewer trou blesome old floes and less crushed new ice were encountered With the im proved conditions the fire of a racing spirit came for a brief spell Passing Highest Reach IWe had now passed the highest reaches of all our predecessors andI bad gained the Inspiration of the far thest north for ourselves The timeI I SENS SOUND was at hand however to consider seri ously the necessity of an early return Nearly half of the food allowance had been used In the long marches supplies bad been more liberally used than anticipated and now our dog teams were much reduced in numbersL A hard necessity had forced the cruel law of the survival of the fittest for the less useful dogs were fed to the steady working survivors Owing to the food limits and the advancing sea aseon we could not prudently continue the outward march a fortnight longer We had dragged ourselves 300 miles over the polar sea in twentyfour days Including delays and detours this gave an average of nearly thirteen miles dally on an air line in our course There remained an unknown line off 160 miles before our ambitions could1 be satisfied The same average ad vance which we bad made on the pack would take us to the pole In thirteen days There were food and fuel enough to risk this adventure Work and Observations- In the diary of the succeeding days doings there appear numerous tabu lations of work und observations lai the new cracks the thickness of the ice was measured The water was ex amIned for life The technical details for the making and breaking of Ice were studied and some attention was submerged given to the irregularities- Atmospheric altitude of uplifted andII I surface water and ice temperatures were taken the barometer was noted the cloud formations weather conditions and Ice drifts were tabulated There was a continuous routine appearhereof the history of the exploration which will appear In the later publica tlon of scientific dataII footIIni ofitheover seemingly endless fields of Ice the physical appearances come under a careful scrutiny I watched dally for possible signs of dangerous failure ini strength for serious disability now meant a fatal termination A disabled man could neither con tinue nor return but every examina tion gave another reason to i pDQJJi t Jf IiJ scan endurance to the limit of the I strain of every fiber and cell The hard work which followed under an occasional burst of burning sunbeams brought Intense thirst I Soup a Luxury Forcing the habit of the camel wet managed to take enough water halo starting to keep sufficient liquid in tin veins for the days march but it wn RRII difficult to await the melting of the ice at camping time I I sittingseveningandI morn I an average of three water daily This Included jjingeach also the luxury of an oc soup There was water aboutI everywhere in hoops but It was in crystals and before the thirst couldI be quenched several ounces of pre I carrlPdItbousnndsI II still this water so expensive and so necessary to us ultimately became the greatest bane to comfort It escaped through the pores of the skin satn rated the boots formed a band of ice i I under the knee and a belt of frost about the waist while the face 1 wnsII nearly always messed in a mask I icicles from the breathe necessary wse learned to rake the torture phllosc Icee It goes like the other elements of the body when the good preacher pro toadust From the eightyseventh to the eightyeighth parallel we passed for two days over old Ice without pressure lines or hummocks Thorp was no dls cern iible line of demarcation for theI tordetermine If we were on land or sea Ice The barometer indicated no ele ration but the Ice had the hard wa- Ling surface of glacial Ice with only superficial crevasses The water ob tamed from this was not salty but all ilot the upper surface of the Ice of tire polar sea makes similar water The nautical obfnrvations did not seem to Indicate a drift but nevertheless the combined tabulations do not warrant the positive assertion of either land or sea for this area An Air Line Course This Ice gave a chopping prospect A plain of purple and blue ran in easy undulations to the limits of vision without the usual barriers of uplifted blocks Over it a direct air line course was possible Progress however was quite as difficult as over the irregular I pack The snow was crusted with large crystals Au increased friction reduced the speed while the surface too hard for snowshoes was also too weak to give a secure footing The loneliness the monotony the hardship of steady unrelieved travel were now keenly felt It Is not often that mans horsepow er is put to the test as ours was We were compelled to develop a working energy to the limit of animal capacity Day after day we bad pushed along at the same steady pace over plains of frost and through a mental desert As the eye opened at the end of an Icy slumber the fire was lighted little by little the stomach was filled with liquids and solids mostly cold enough to last for the day for there could be no halt or waste of fuel for midday fecdlus We next got Into harness and paced oft the days pull under the lash of duty We worked mall stand ing became Impossible lunger In light winds shorter in strong winds but al ways until the feet became numb and heavy Theo came the arduous task of build- Ing a snow house In this the eyes no longer able to wink closed but soon the empty stomach complained and it was filled up agaiunot with things that pleased the palate only hard fuel to + feed the inner tIres while the ear sought the soft side of ice to dispel fatigue no pleasure In mental recre ation nothing to arouse the soul from Its Icy Inclosure To eat to sleep to press one foot ahead of the other was our steady vocation like the horse to the cart but we had not his advantage of an agreeable climate and a comfortable stable at night Where Madness Sits Words and pictures cannot adequate ly describe the maddening influence of this sameness of polar glitter combined with bitter winds extreme cold and an overworked body To UJP there was always the inspiration of anticipation of the outcome of ultimate suc cess but for my young savage com panions It was a torment almost beyond endurance Their weariness was made evident by a lax use of the whip and an Indifferent urging of the dogs They were however brave and faith ful to the bitter end seldom allowing selfish ambitions or uncontrollable passions seriously to Interfere with the main effort of the expedition On the morning of April 13 a strain of agitating torment reached a break- Ing point For days there had been a steady cutting wind from the west which drove despair to its lowest reaches The west again blackened to renew Its soul despairing blast The I sun was screened with ugly vapors and the path was as cheerless as the arctic night thatInever ceasing rush of Icj air Ahwe lab bent over his sled and refused to move His dogs turned and looked in- quIringly I walked over and stood by his side Etukisbuk came near and stood motionless staring blandly at the fromAhwelahsof sadness In the blue of his own shad ow for several minutes Not a word was uttered but I knew that each felt that the time had come to free the fet ten of human passions Slowly Ahwe toaielodorlahtepontpl dy 7 1 irly J- It Yi 9 t Y Nervous Women F For nervous tired women we recommend Care dui Cardui is a womans medicine It acts spear cally on the female organs and has a tonic building k effect on the whole system It contains no harmful ingredients being a pure vegetable extract If you suffer from some form of female trouble get Cardui at once and give it a fair t- rialKEjjTA i It Will Help You Mrs W W Gardner of Paducah Ky tried Cardui and writes IIthink Cardui is just grand I have been usirt it for eleven peach I am 48 years old and feel like a different woman SInce i nave bee1t taking it I used to suffer from bearing down sins nervousn H and sleeplessness but now the pains arc all gone and I sleep good 53 I highly recommend Cardui for young and old Try it H AT ALL DRUG STORES 5 THE NEXT SESSION c F 0 I IAZELGREENACADEMY N WILL BEGIN J I1 5 TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14E Y 1 iiji iMORGAN COUNTY + t 11tiJ iJ1FATTONAL BANK I jjOFi CANNEL CITY KY r CAPITAL S25OOOOOtell SURPLUS 500000X UNDIVIDED PROFITS 4873641 hn H AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY JYOURACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITEDN- Mit L CONLEY President JOE C STAMPER n Vice Pre r e CUSTER JONES Cashier t raLiCECIL BROS j Dealersjn General erchandise Country Produce etCer 1j Our Fall and Winter Stool of goods is the most complete 1 rt and upto date of any store in town Here you will find Dress Goods from j THE BEST BRANDS OP PRINTS at 6c a yard TO SILKS AND SATEENS at 100 PER YARD t iF OUR NOTION DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE We have alse added a nice lino o- fOSIERC i ito t waraIis GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my shop sari am prepared to malts any style to order and on the moat reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse sari will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited aw fcso sicx tj j x- ne i Wil10noStOI BQt KYNW R fcpHAE Ctihier Paid Up CBpUaJI lOOMCM Undivided ProSU 17000060 Handsome Deposit of p orer i t j 50000009 iThis bank solicit the account Of merchants Farmers traders and bumesa men generally throughout E t t era Kentucky and offers lie cnato erseveq 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