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II- v q ya rrr i0Jjr Fri at THE AZEI REEN J HERALIAoEstablished March 41885 Made Famous inthe Story ofJoafctkan and OontiaentbyHaiO1Ren t S WCCB COOTEn r The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 0 SIOo a Yearrin Advance TWENTYliIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 10 1909 NUMBER 25 lr Liiington and Eastern Railway u Tae Table In EHecl June 21 1S08 WEST BOUND A1 103I No S- 8TATIONS II ally ex Huil and SuudnyiilSunday uuuli1onlI I c i AMLve iMLve AMI AC 6 lU am 12 20 pu I ItIiW 06Jauct a If pm l 25 1111 iti ew- tlnttrve Jc 7 Ir7I aw s l Ul i H IIIl- IIo1renL 7 oani 3 11 i a btuuw- list ridctj 7 45 hill 3 5i ju SiO am talllptoD JII I 7 45 awli 3 57 JU S bill btafLOf I 6 15 am I 4 Ii ptn bbt nm l IS 25 loW 35 pm 9ai2 RIO 13tyj17 9 bU laW 07 pn 1Ut3 um- Llachesar jkEJancni 15 2 m am 9 i uw U5 pn lulb uw EAST BOUND Sunday4BoauI p Y LyeASIlLTt i 35 am F 3 s5 plllioLexlngtuu1 338PvYOLtSluchreter 0 b 13 uw JtlJ b Ib piu 358pmt441 UlIcnul1II 9lUaw y ou mil tamltou JUhtII 9 3a pm- a is4 30 pm 1 1 35 pm 57 dal 1irtdtr 57 9 43 alt 447 pm I TorrentI 6Y 9 50 am IU pLr U tfeattgveJc iU11417 lint 6 90 OKJ uncn 90111 is am 9i 610 pml94 Jack8oni94nJ0am ji CONNECTIONS 1 ttEJrt1JcIIIU 2oslandj wilTnitke connection with the C OKy tor ML sterring CAMPTOS JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 band 4 connect with the Mountain Central i BTtteriine Ridge Hud Camplou KTTYVIJE JUMTION 1 rains No 2 will make connection at Ueattjville June S with the L and A Railway for paaseogeta- tof and from Beattyvi- lleoKJuScnoNTrains Xos 3and4 u connect frith the O K Railway for local stations on the O K Kailway W A McDOWiLLbeneral Manager OBAQItlCOTTUeu1 asa Agent rI D RfinlMi Hallway lime Table May 21 I9O5 WEST BOUND NO as 2 K o21 rf Duly ex =j STATIONS R Daily ext Sundaya Sunday PM ABB 0 27 PMAEB 1 520 16 Cannel City 22 12 15 U5 20 1219 t 45 1111Heltchllwa 13 12 13 i 4 05 11 11 51 a 52 6 11 H 1 S 10 122WilhUr 0 11 15 3 00 11 05 EAST BOUNDj No 31 I H G No 22 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex 7 Sundaya I j Sunday I AMLVB PMLVE S 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 r 7 33 21tIIelechawa 6 1 17 7 45 191 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 131 44 1 8 37 10 Wilhurst 20 1 51 s 925 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 t 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 No21 and 22 will make close connectioi at 0 4 K Junction with Nos3 and 4 for S points on the Lexington aud Eastern Rail way M L CONLEY t IOUQ1aiRCefltial Hallman iiiNo1 No 2- ARRIVEDEPART Campton1130a2OOp m m No2 No1 t AEEIVE DEPART k 730 amCampn June 10 05 am 3 30 pmCampn June 4 40pm The Mountain Central makes Connection with all L E pas l lenger trains B F BOLEN- GUNDERTAKER CAMPTON KY INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and counties that he carries t line of hotline Caskets Burial Cloth ia4eperytbiog ueceeeary to put aw the dead in decent style lerSpecial caskets supplied on J4 k honrs notice finest made if ordered t Teams and hacks furnkhed funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones G i 3L I JfiEWELL C ROSE I llNotary Public STILLWATER KY Oter his professional services to citizens o + STol fe county ind solicits the patronage 4 tali who may tve legal papers to- at Kt JY Jijtee kb mMMee en k i COUNTY NEWS= LocalJteins of= eiferrcl interest to a majority of our readers especi not ally distantfriends I and BURKHART I The new school house is nearly completedgRev Logan and Isaac Center of ly Belkuap passed through here en route to Insko S II Lykins and Leborn Wat kins cf Malone were in this sec tion recently buying cattle Boone Bache who recently rebmoved to Hazel Green routedl farm at this placo to Jim Center of El more James Bailey Sr of this place ui and Mrs Fannie Elam of Leos City were married recently This makes the fourth marriage for the bridegroom and the third for the bride He is 56 years old and she only 82 Rev Win Linden tied the knot Dec 13 NAT a Rich Mens lifts Are Poor beside this I want to go on rec ord as saying that I regard Elec tric Bitters as one of tho greatest gifts that God has made to woman writes Mrs O Rhinevault ot Vestal Center N Y Icun never forget what it has done forII me This glorious medicine gives woman btioyant spirits vigor of body and jubilant heath It quickly cures nervousness melancholy sleeplessnessb fainting and dizzy spells scon builds up the weak ailing and sickly Try them 50c at all dealr ers CILLMOREEJ C Lindon went to Campton MondayThe has been sick which delayed the news Hog killing is the attraction at this place at presenttMaude Cecil went to Campton Tuesday on business John Tester of Laudsaw wasI at J C Lindons Saturday Steven Moon of New Jersey iis at tho works on Lacy creek J C Lindon is preparing to move to Campton this week J H Wilson of Mt Sterling j visited in this section last week Minnie Chanev of Lee City visII ited her mother Saturday and Sun j day I Logan Lindon purchased a mule from T C Lindon for a private price Mr and Mrs Ernest Elam o Cannel City visited Mrs E lams parents Sunday D B Tyra bailed hay for Cu+ aa r Lindon lastl Saturday which he will move to Campton ntSeveral from Lee City attended church here Sunday Among them were Nora Lee and Ether Wise Jennie Rose James Lee VauFh- Patrick and Whitney Wise Dec 13 DAISY Many persons lind themselves affected with a persistent cough 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 troublesome Sold by all dealers PEKIN Dave Mav is in our midst loo ing for some good mules K M Couch sold his farm on Long branch to Lee Rose for 1500 Dave Ferguson of this place died last Sunday from stomach ptbyinyg upon I The Pekin boys are having plenty l of work to do on the now road that is being made across the mountain 7romPekin to Ezel The ladies of the vicinity of G odwius chapel will give a box slipper at the chuich house Sat day night December 25 It being Christmas night everybody is in vited to attend The proceeds will be used for church repairs ZeCniDec 13 TRKBUH J 7 youritemsTO I 1 lIIorningolldllvIfbe published unless of unusual im parlance Advertise no ones business write on one side of the paper only LEXIEii Lump Cox of Toliver was all of W S Trimble and fami SaturdaytJ G Trimble bought a fine red calf from J P Lacy of Hazel Green for 1250 Mrs Juno Nickell of Grassy spent Saturday night and Sunday with her sister Mrs W S Trim le gTherethe Johnson schoolhouse Friday zht December 21 Everybody invited Mrs W S Trimble spent Mon day with her father and mother Jordan Wills and wife at Hazel Green J G Trimblo bought a bunch of fur hides from Lloyd Lacy and sold them to W C Trimble for profit of 1050 J Quite a crowd of young folks I from this nlnco attended the bazaar i at Hazel Green Ssturday night All I e ort a nice time I Mr and Mrs Asherry James of this place spent Saturday night Sunday at Hazel Green and took in the bazaar Saturday night ii There will beau entertainment and Christmas tree at Rose chap on this creek Friday Decem j er 21 Exercises begin at 9 oclock- a in Unce Jim Little and wife ara moving from this place to Hazel j Green and Logan Nickell andII family will occupy the place theytt vacating I I Dec 13 BEUTIE I Alone in Sawmill at Midnight I 1 unmindfulof dampness drafts I storms cr cold W J Atkins work ri d us night watchman at Banner j Springs Tenn Such exposure j1 IIinI gin up work lIe tried many remedies but all failed till he ud Dr Kings New Discovery After using one bottle he writes I went brick to work as well as ever Severe colds stubborn coughs in lamed throats and sore lungs Hemorrhages croup and whooping cough get quick relief and prompt cure from this glorious medicine 50X and 100 Trio bottle free guaranteed by all dealers MURPHY FORK paifl Jay ASP Miller moved last wee from Jahile Phillips farm to Alex Shockeys place- Granville Mavabb moved from Boone Oldfieldsj last week to Hen ry Murphys place DlurphIIy paid a visit Sunday to tho bedeid- of Miss Cora Murphy who is still sick Miss Nannie Phillips spent pleasant Sunday at the home o Miss Stella Swaugo at Pleasant HillFlave Cecil of Consolation was on the creek Sunday fishing for a belle but tne water being shallow 1he gathered up his fishing tackle aud pulled tor home Rev Dave May of Harrison buyiakg mules uad helping Rev Bill cum in a protracted meeting at the Clay Murphy schoolhouse Lafayette Lawson aged 17 years died Saturday after a lingering illness of some months The fu Ireful wad preached at the Ben Murphy schoolhouse Sunday by Rov Bill Yocum after which the corpse was taken to the Valentin Pieratt graveyard on Greasy Prof Kelly Wheeler jof our school took in the big chicken pi dinner at Hazel Green Saturday- r also the ice cream supper and grand bazaar at night He wa well pleased with the show and wishes a similar event would oc cur at Consolation Dec 13 PAJWT cY 2iH D LANDSAW be MrslHamptongoods shoot om place familylastty where they expect to make their future home K H W Lyons of Menifee county moved his family to the Loveland timber job lost Friday Mr Lyons at is snperitendent of the cutting W H Tackett and W H Tay lor have completed a barn for C Fulks and are now at work at place building a st rehouse Curtis Halsey the trader of this place has been buying eggs fur daysCurt of to catch the nickel of Roy Hurst Arthur Kafh JamEs Tester and K M Ha sty went paydayAll came back satisfied ith their tripLandsaw would like to know of some one who puts moi e ties to the station than Rollin aud N L 11Combsery day and has been si ice crops were made The band mill located in the Loveland job soema to be a very prominent place at present Families are moving in all the time and laboring men are going thereto find work Hon J M Tester our lawyerS and an all round busipeas mann went to Jackson last week on business He recently engineeredone of the largest timbfr deals for the is intithisj3 The writer received a letter from to John B Swango of Illinois last week stating that he had shelled and delivered 2600 bushels of corn a distance ot 8f miles and returned home by 2 oclock p m Hetl also stated that he weighed 210 i pounds minus pocket book Mr Swango is formerly of this county 13 ANON 1Dec IA sprained ankle will usually disable the injured person for F three or four weeks This is dues to lack of propertreatment Wbvn Chamberlains Liniment is applied a cue maybe effected in three or f four days This liniment is one 1 of the bestalldmOitrlmRkaltla prepalratiQn9in use Sold by all tIJTherewillJ D place Sunday December 19 J H Campbell and Noah Tibbs are on the siokJist at this writing Taylor Vanoleave wascalling on his best girl Sunday Tayioris all smiles this week indsoma timeij came in home last Moudayr IStiliwaterkwas a guest co DaVIdI Coldiron Saturday and Sunday Thomas and James Phillips of Knox county were visiting their cousin Mrs JH Barker last week Miss Stella Edwards has beenII appointed postmaster She expects i aboutlf the first o Janaary faf Cousotlation urday until Tuesday i Dec 18 TULIP 1 Loekiia Oios Best I Its a womana delight to look her best but pimples skin erupIi tious sores and boils rob life of t joy Listen I Buokl us Arnica Salve cures them makes the skin soft and velvety It glorifies th face Cures pimplfs sore eyes 1 cold sores cracked lips chapped 1 hands Trv it Infallible for piles 2nc at all dealers BELKNAP j RobettR91JeSrr wael in our vi j cinity today on blsineesIt Isaac Center sold u beef cow to II W T and H C Rudd for 24 passeed through here with two hogs to day en route homes Allison White left this place to day for Mill creek to work at aI saw mill for Hurt Bros Christmas is almost here but iljl lj seems more like election times to F ir c 16 iJ u cut at night and hear the re ports of guns Corn sold for 00 cents a bushel invthis section at early gathering time but is going at 75 emits now Cityboughtfor 500 and sold another to W Wilson of Wilhurst for the pam amount Tomorrow willbn slaughter day this place an 1 L Centers killllnclirthems11 paid 55 for them Dec 155 A COKRKSPONDEXT Stung For 15 Years by indigestions pangstrying many doctors and 20000 worth medicine in vain Hi F Aysuue Ingleslde N Cat last used Dr Kings Nnv Life Pills and writes they wholly unreel him i They cures count ipatiun bilious ness sink headache stomach liv trollbhsIIA 850000 DEAL AT THE DESISON HOTEL LAST SATURDAYiiin Proprietors of the Hord Sanitari um Shelbyville Ind Sell Formulas and Territorial RightsfIndianapolis Independent The proprietors of the Hord- anitarium of Shelbyville Ind representatives of u Chicago syndicate at the Hotel Denison K Saturday and closed a dealwhich probably the largest that has made for quite a while in famous hostelry The form ulas rid money were turnedover each contracting party The syndicate gave a sigh of relief when the deal was closed for they feared that Mr Hord would buck down when the crucial time came i o sign the papers The syndicates headed by Dr Ernest Von Geltch of Sheboygan Wis backed by Chicago capital It is the inteu tion of the syndicate to establish sanitariums all the states outside of Indiana Illinois Michigan Kentucky and Ohio Mr Hord re these states with the privi lego of advertising where he pleases The syndicate will advertise thiII famous treatment ffor the cure ofe liquor and drug habits in every state in the union There is not question of doubt but tho Hord treatment is the greatest in the today and has been so pro- ounced by a committee of emi ent physicians who were selected- to investigate this treatment beIfore the syndicate took hold of the matter After the phyicians reported it was only a few days it until the deal was closed The editor of this paper is well acquainted with the proprietors of this institution noel has visited it on numerous occasions We do hestitate to state that the cures we have seen there are sim ply wonderful Net long ago they had there a seemingly hopeless case in a woman who had used morphine for fifteen yours and on account of complications she had not been able to walk for eight years At the time we saws her she had been at the sanitarium for three weeks and was going and walking everywhere We are in- ormed that the management has received word from the lady that after she returned home it was only a few weeks until sue was per fectly able to go about wherever she wished and that she is per tectly cured ot the habit and can walk everywhere she chooses This is pnly fl case We have seen and talked to others whose cures are remarkable Personally we cannot say too andetheir work of relieving suffering humanity of the drug and liquor habit And the fortune that has come to Mr Hord is due entirely to his untiring energy in placingI thisi cure before the public so that it attracted the attention of the financial world It will be only a question of ashort time until home institution will be one o I the largest in the world of its I11 kind for the treatment of liquor I and drug cases For SaleTwQof the Pieratt cottagesfor less than the lumber and lot can be bought One acreI in each lot five rooms in each hoaie Apply at this office Holr1V Eo Bense of Port Cliu ton representative from Ottawa county has prepared a hill thatrr will be introduced at the next gen eral assembly providing for the erection of three state institutions drughnhittenance of the throe institutions by an additional tax on intoxicating liquors thugs and tobacco thus making the liquors ond drugs provide a cure fcr their victims the Kelly system of cure i same cure will be used that is now used by the Hord Sanitarium of ShMlbyville Indiana This tat ter euro is said to be the host in the world and has been used with phenomenal success This bill may become a 11ancl if itdoeHnhi uld accomplish much good At present the institutions for cure of the priceinThus it may be seen that there is really a need for some such insti tutions as proposed by Mr Dense Y Washington C H 0 Koprtb iicuii If you are suffering trom bili ousness coiiMtipntinn indigestion chronic headaches invent one cent a postal card send to Chuniber berlaina Medicine Co Des MAtiues Iowa with your name and address plainly on the back and theywill you a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Sold by all dealers Information comes from Ottawa county Ohio to the effect that W Ben e of Port Clinton representative j to the legislature from i his county is preparing a bill to be introduced a the next session providingfor t stitutions for tho cure of the liquor and drug habit and one of the curls to be used is the sanwiaa that used by the Hord Sanitarium in this city which is said to jie the heft in the world The bill f calls for maintaining these insti lotions byan additional tax to be placed on liquors drugs and to cosShelbyille Ind Re publican There is more catarrh in this section ot the country than all other diseases put to gether and until the lost few years was supposed to be incurable For a great ma li years doctor pronounced it a local dis ase and prescribed local remedies sad by l constantly failing to cure with localtreat agent pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment trolls Catarrh Cure manufao lured by F J Cheney de Co Toledo 0 is the only constitutional cure on the market Y It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops a toaspoouful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of thf system 1 They offer one hundred dollars for any case fails to cure Send for circulars and tes timonials Address- F J CH KNEY A CO Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Take Hails Family ills for constipation PiCkled Rabbit In the Allanaviilt neighborhood in this county a farmer has solved the problem of providing cheaper meat with a change in the hill of fare for his largo and growing family Lost year in the rabbit season he experimented and pot ix dozen rabbits in a strong pickle The result was so satis factory that upon the opening cf the rabbit season this year him self and two sons went into the business of trapping jabbitsdpwn I in the river hills and now have three barrels filled with pickled rabbits and expect to have one or two more before the season closes c The rabbits are nicely dreaspd salted in bulk the samei as other meat and in three or four days are placed in a strong brine pickle i He also prepared three dozen and now has them in his smokehouse cured to a queens taste Our farmer friend says they Kjajce quite au appetizing change in the bill of fare in the winter andrspring months WincheHterDem ocrat The peculiar properties ofCham barlains Cough Remedy have been epidemfwas taken in time we have not heard ofa single case of pneumonia Sold by all dealers For Sale 030 fine select oak trees within 4 miles ofCanuel City and one mile of Licking river Call on my partner L O Patrick Lykins Ky B F McCunue L r To 1 C i J THE HERAIIBIEntered atthe Ilaxel Green Poto oeaasecondalasamatter I SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Dec 16 1909 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY KASII Commonwealths Attorney- I R HOLLON Clerk Meets third Monday in Januaryfirst Monday in May third Monday in beptem her WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge AtturneyROBERT Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT I Meets first tuesday in April first Tuesl ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District No lC M Fallen third Friday in March June Septeuiocr and Decem ber District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and November District No 3S F Allen second Friday in February May August and November District No tP R Leg first Friday in March May August and November District No 5T C llollon second Fri day in March June September and December District No 6Roy Hurst third Friday in Februarys May August and November District ho7B T Helton fourth Fri day in March June September and De cember District No 8J M Lovelace first Fri day in February May August and November The fourth congressional dis trict hue furnished every Demo crabs governor Kentucky has had for twentysix years In a epHoch before the Equal Franchise League in New York recently Governor Shafroth of Col orado said woman suffrage has proved a success in Colorado and predicted that it would become universal in the United States It is estimated that over 400000 children in the state of Kentucky do not attend school and an ex change suggests that the salary of a teacher should depend on the per centage of attendance from bis district He would then get out and huetle for his salary would depend on it The suggestion is good one and is worth thinking about A movement is on foot to pool the Kentucky wool crop for 1010 The object will be to deal directly With manufacturers and cut out the middleman The pool will be formed pretty much on the plan of the Burley Tobacco Society and County Boards of Controletc No effort will be made to hold the crop for higher prices but as soon jas it is delivered and graded it will be sold for the highest bid for the several grades Imbibers of the ardent in prohibition territory who do not wish it known had best lay in a goodly supply before January 1 next as on that date all packages containing intoxicants must be so labeled The federal authorities have sent notices to all manufac turers of intoxicants that their wares will have to be labeled ou the outside of the package stating exactly what the contents are The United States attorney gener al has issued orders that the law must be rigidly enforced Wkj Paper Keeps Coning We were asked this week by a delinquent subscriber why we kept on sending the paper after the subscription date expired Every weekly newspaper in towns of thisi size are forced to do tbie Should wa atop subscriptions when the time expires nine times out of teni a the subscriber wonld give us ai calling down fojrinjinuating that his credit wa7not fcood Bather thancaes reflection on the honesty of a ubscriber to pay ia small debt it u next to a neces sity for a hom paper to continue sanding the p per after the time- 11laa expired It is not necessary tite cltTiliilies or weekhea- c to 1 si i follow this rule as their sub scribers live at a distance and are not personal friends as in the caee with a majority of our subscribers Our subscribers should deem it an honor to know that we do not doubt their integrity and continue to send them the paper after the time has expired Should any de sire their paper discontinued they shouldnotify us and remit to date if they have not already done so To the Wool Growers of Kentucky The time for the annual wool clip is not over four months off Heretofore with the exception of a few local pools we have sold our wool separately and have per mitted three or four middle men to make each from one to three cents per pound from its sale thereby losing us not less than five cents per pound There are from ten to fifteen million pounds ot wool clipped annually in this state and if it were pooledand sold direct to the manufacturer it would cost him no more and save our farmers not less than half million dollars annually- To effect this saving we must have a well organized pool and to handle the 1910 wool crop we haven time to lose in perfecting this organization Itis propused to or ganize th9 Kentucky Wool Grow ers Association under the laws of Kentucky which permit farmers to pool their crops aud to be ready for business by the first day of January 1910 All wool growers are urgently invited to meet at the court house in their respective counties at 1 p m Saturday December 18th 1909 and elect a County Board of Con trol consisting of five growers These should be from each mag isterial district as far as possible One of these should at the same time be elected as a delegate to represent his county at the state meeting which is hereby called to meet at the State Fair offices room 330 Paul Jones Building Louisville Ky Tuesday Decem ber 21 at 100 p m at which time and place a permanent organization will be formed and all steps taken necessary to be ready for active pooling by January first next It is to the interest of every grower in the state to aid in this movement and all are cordially in vited to become members thereof See that your neighbor attends the county meeting along with you and request your county paper to publish this call Choosing a Christmas Present When you make a present of a periodical to a friend or a family yon are really selecting a compan ion to influence them for good or theaacquaintances of your sons and daughters were to talk to them aloud as some periodicals talk to them silently how quickly you would forbid the companionship 1 In the one case as in the other the best course is to supplant the injurious with something equally attractive and at the same time worthwhile A food can be wholesome and utterly distasteful Reading can be made so too But The Youths Companion not only delightsitsociate whom you wouldchoose The Youths Companion fills that place now in more than half a million homes Can you not think of another family in which it is not now known where it would be joyfully welcomed If the 175 for the 1910 volume is sent now the new subscribers will be entitled to all the remaining issues of 1909 also The Companions Venetian calendar for 1910 lithograped in thirteen colors and gold THE CompanionBuilding New subscriptions received at this office White House Scene of Kentucky Feud Washington The White House was the scene of the outbreak of a Kentucky political feud that rivals in bitterness any family one that ever rended Breathitt county The feudists are Representative Ed wards on one side and Senator Bradley and Representatives Ben nett and Langley on the other The fight is being waged over the appointment of a United States attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky Mr Edwards is championing the cause of H G Eversole of Booneville who has the support of the Knott faction of Republicans while Senator Brad ley and his two house followers are espousing the candidacy of Louis Walker of Lancaster Representative Edwards urged the president to appoint his man and the other Kentucky faction is up in arms There in nothing more uncertain than S rare thiqg j hr t c YOUNG YEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY Take Advantage of Our Great Special Offer Life Scholarship in TELEGRAPHY t TYPEWRITING and RAILROAD AGENCY I stuI I this is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to lean a first class trade that pays a goodI salary every month in the year Excellent board at low rates New nan has delightful climate 8000 inhabitants moral surroundings Students qualify in 4 to 6 months Our graduates POSITIVELY GUARAN TEED POSITIONS paying 45 to 65 per month to start on Easy and pleasant employment rapid promotion Diplomas awarded Great demand for Telegraph Operators Write today for our Free 64pagei illustrated Catalog which give full particulars SOUTHERN SCHOOL of TELEGRAPHY Box 272 NEWNAN CA Either run a town with a vim or just sell out and loaf One thing must be donerun the town for all that it is worth getJ up steam and keep it up Do yon want trade Bid for it Do yon want business to come to your town Encourage what you have Do vu want a prosperous town Then never permit the jealousies to rule your actions but work together for common prosperity an mutual benefit Notice The stockholders of Hazel Green Bank are hereby requested to eel at said bank Saturday Decemberr 18 1909 at 1 oclock p ml to elect officers for the year 1910 Respectfully E F CECIL Vice President Our next mane wrote the edi tor of an exchange will be exceedingly interesting as it will contain the names of all our de linquent subscribers But when the time came to send out the next issue it was discovered that there were no delinquent subscribers They had all paidup I In a time when you think not we propose to test the efficacy of the above AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TH- ETOLEDO BLADETOLEDO OHIO The Best Known Newspa per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000I Popular in Every State The seventyfourth year of its existence finds the Toledo Blade more popular tha at any period of Its remarkable carter jIt- is now read each week bjr more than a million people Its field is not circum scribed by State boundaries but involves the length and breadth of the United States giving it an unquestionable right ot claim ing to be the greatest national weekly news countryThe is distinctly a family publishershuican home for the fireside and of interest to every member of the family To fulfill this purpose it is kept clean andScholesome The news of the world is handled in a comprehensive manner and the various depart painstakinglight to the women and children current prejudice e i idea of pleasing the greeting number of fie scrapbook umns are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium tor the exchange of ideas and information on farm topkH No department is neglected bnl every feature is taken care of with the idea of making The Blade worth many times the yearSampleTHE BLADE Toledo Ohio FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everything for ORCHARD LAWN ui GARDEN Catalog 01 Application No Aeeit- H F HILLENMEYER do SONS LEXINGTON KY W B PRINTS- ALE BILLSr F AN PRINT TMCM tlQMT lof A 0 ibWe wi FARMSFOR SALE 82 acres well improved good product ive and grazing lands Price 50 per acre 200 acres in Bath county well improv ed well watered and will produce anything Price t80 per acre thinaI county good dwelling well watered an groundII gSO per acre 240 acres well improved and one of the best farms in the county Will raise anything and can be bought for 125 ptr acre 107 acres improved at 110 per acre 197 12 acres at 100 per acre 100 acres at 40 peracre 55 acres at 7250 as goodIl as can be found for tobacco or corn c 400 acres well improved the best tobacco farm in the county and can be divided II at 12750 per acre and ninny others Also many residences in this city and in the suburbs This city has two nice tbse world and is the best town in the bluegrass section o Now is the time to buy Landl will go 10 per cent higher within the next twelve mont- hsWBQFFj11JIJOOE 0 i REAL ESTATE MT STERLING KY FOodR SALE Farm of 200 acres more or lessI lying on the waters of Lacy creek known as the Cruey farm All fenced and crossfenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared land in brass Large orchard over lasting fine water 5room dwell ing house halls and porches also thirtydays JanuIarylars address ELLSWORTH LACY R R No1 Rardin 111 FARM FOR SALE 0 Not being able to oversee the work on my farm on account of age and other disabilities I offer my farm of 125 acres on Blackwa ter onehalf mile from Ezel for sale The farm consists of about 60 acres in grass balance in culti vation and timber Good 5room dwelling with all necessary outbuildings fine water goodorchard etc For terms and all other information call on or address R D MOTLEY Ezel Ky Rare ODDortunitg I offer for sale my residence consist ing of sevenroom cottage good lot and garden and outbuildigs One of the most desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and generalre pair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being fur toolns and stock of materials and supplies also equippedwith power and machinery Will sell all together or separately For further particulars call on or ad dress JOHN H ROSE March 11 Hazel Green Ky Photography t CTjodr rHOTOCRAfH Y Beautiful pkturn ly prie contents pI lU criticism quettioiit s+ered Sample copy iif you mention thi 101 j Amirlcan Pbotora G Beacon St Boston MECHANIC everybody Sam tract the If you name MastiIultiUlcrRICIMood Pub a Mass year Co IISOI TRADE DESIGNS MAIMS I COPYRIGHTS Ac CommunlUODInctlrconJldeutlal tearsatcaty I tent freo Oldest through econnir patecu PateutAo tk1n HI1DI1 Co rec v eclsittoUc tbou cham to tile Jlmerkaneel7 weekly Lamrt d W Qn of any lIdenUJIa urval Term U newadealtrmMUNNGoB StencIl olBcs rIt uhlDtoo iS3 I DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Ky Ifn LOU DAY Proprietor Aliegeteflby gas throughout and special no j M pBlUtllilM to ta Y liajusj t f b e II WB Z0Z70Z7 ZopOZ P F Millinery Opening f- jjj A BEGINNING IOO iil I FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 dfe and continuing one weekcQO r i f t10 I have just received my Fall Goods of Millinery j CloaksQQDJ Skirts etc Everything uptodate Call and see ii I I UPSTAIRS FRONT ROOM CECIL BROS STORE t Qo T UU9 MISS FALAY LONGfiiJ A I IKASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise AnnMince to the citizens of HazJ1 Green and vicinity that they hue just received mugiiificent line of LADIES SHEES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc ann hat their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Goods Notions SELECT FAMILY GROCEBIES etc to which they invite inspection Rlrc ORTKtAn authentic account of the finding of tthe NORTH POLEb-yFrederick A Cook and Con R E Peary U S N together with biographies of the explorers and a brief history of Antic discovery by ERNEST INGERSOLLWITH NEW MAPS AND ILLUSTRATIONS FROM Stt I fI ALSO A VALUABLE 3PAGE SIXSHEET WALL CHART- A 1 1 complete atlas geography and history ef the world all uptodate aid absolutely correct J WILL BE GIVEN FREE WITH A YEARS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD AND 1 THE LOUISVILLE HERALD THE GREATEST SUBSCRIPTION OFFER OF THE SEASONrS Send Your Order To This Paper a25 t HTREffWhen you visit Lexington stop with Denny Hlekey 322324 West Short Street for lodging and the beat meals in town ONLY 25 GENTS 4t at- cfrr s y oJoitI I f trI t oi i J yrw i iHair he t Falling him I Ayers Hair Vigor new 1m no proved formula will certainlyi r stop falling of the hair Indeed the we believe it will always do this unless there is some disturb 1 1oncei of the general health t Tbena constitutional medicine 80 1 1May be necessary Consuk 1 piDMf the 1ZormulalowllN iihyp t is I ors 1t d Eta aNr uI1 1Uado1 1Thereason why Ayers Hair Vigor stops falling hair is because it tint destroys theCI1 terms which cause this trouble After1 lls Iis done nature soon brings about a full recovery restoring the hair and scalp to a perfectly healthy condition jUd bytteJCAyerOo Lowell Mar TI THE HERALD i Murphy correspondence came in as Wednesday too late to be of any see Mrs Hal Smith has been very sick for the past few days but me i nothing serious we t Each k Sample are receiving a fall stock of holiday goods and you ought to see them Miss Sara Sample iis spending the week with her brother S G Sample and wife at Campton Children cry to FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA Miss Martha Rasnic and rthurb Graham of Demand were guestsI of E M Russell and family overT SandayalDr Taylor Center reports theI birth of a 10pound boy to theI i wife of Volney Oldfield on Grassy Saturday night of Curtis Rose and wife of Jack ion are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John M Rose in our city this week Late advices from Spencer Coop er inform us that he is improving nicely and will be home as soon as he is entirely wellIDoc Kash and Ellis Johnson attended the sale of Thee Cundiff near Kelly Nickells place oni Grassy i ednesday A communication from Rev J Logan Center of Belknap is nee wearily omitted this week but will appear in our next issue Lum Reese and George Cox of Toliver were in towu Saturdayrto and feasted on the chicken pie dinner given by the Ladies Aid i The time to advertise is when you want business The time to i quit is when you are ready to step aside and give the other fellow a chance Rev Ragan pastor of the Met l odist church will fill his regular appointment here by holding ser vices next Saturday night Sunday 11morning and night THE HERALD force and family ttare under obligations to that pt- I I gressive farmer Ed F Cecil for a jj- ii flee mess of mountain oysters and j they helped to fill up at break fast yesterday morning j i Miss E O Trimble of Mt SterIlling is still here a guest of her sisters Mrs J T Day and Mrs W i 0 Mize and others relatives and i friends She expects to return to r her home in time to spend the 11holidaVI there t tKil Florence Miller one of t Hazel Green Academy faculty re turned Monday from Winchester y where she delivered an address in the Christian church in the inter set of the Mountain Mission of the f C W B M located here i We have received a bulletini from the State University giving an outline of the course of agri culture It embraces a two years anda four years course and is a R aRwko desire to learn all about agri f 9Itpae W lira stock 5 ak j 1 1 I per1Asseem very anxious to know how I the is getting wn make a few extracts j from a letter received from Tuesday evening I Medical journals say there isoj cure for the cocaine habit If j patient is breathing when he arrives hghtastei e paBJ tient on his fret going around in days or forfeit 125 Most al- lopathic physicians are down onRC ce like this but this is so far only one in the world and it sure there will be no more un Hord sells tho formula A ins lady was brought here last sum mer who had been to four socalled She tlhadIItheyII his tips the ecales at Ins lives in Indianapolis a living proof of what leIdocan be they make you feelat j home have good beds splendid fare and no barred windows or doors Friday night Hord took and two jag patients to two jjS double picture shows after went to the theater whichII I St Elmo played I went by inw vitation and was not out a centit Love to family especially and allo friends Truly SPENCER COOPER to New ones coming now every of day 60of cases treated are doc rs The BazaarbThe Ladies Annual Bazaar held last Saturday was a decided success in every sense of the word chicken pie dinner was well and some forty of thea boarding students at the academy iin took advantage of the noon hour in sad marched in a body to the cae paoious dining room and partook the old time chicken pie dma ner and then returned to their studies Nearly every person in town and a great many from the surrounding country came in and feasted on the good things After dinner was ovpr ice cream cake and other dainties were served to those who wanted them and the t ale of fancy articles and useful i goods was carried on until dark i I ivj Then began the rush of bidding on j i j 1ofhand Prices variedeyerything on I considerably but in most instances seemed satisfactory The amount realized from reatt freshments and sale of article- will aggregate about 110 so ware informed but what the eXa pauses are we have not been ablei leo Is Doug Well Dear Mr Cooper and the people of Hazel Green with best wishes to the editor and his better seven eighths Middletown Ohio is a busy place I will speak of my own business affairs since I came conh tract carpenters work I have con traded 9140 worth of work I have finished 4325 and will fina ish 2800 in about three weeks then there will be 2025 to finish My payroll runs from 100 to 270 colafor 4250 and one cottage sold for 165 It looks as though I may do a good business here due ing the coming summer I am working 11 men besides my plas raters plumbers furnace setters painters varnishers etc Regards to all friends Respectfully A P DYE Who weeps with you when you are sad and laughs when you are glad and smiles with you when- Ie you are madthe editor Who has to be both kind and wise and never hardly ever lies and when he does creates surprise the edii tor Who owns a heart as well as cheek possessed of spirited proud yet meekTEBd liyes on forty cents a w ekthe editor RoeNickell and wife who left here about a year ago to make iheir home in Madison county r- ny e turned to Hazel Green last Mona dar and are again domiciled in 11m Pst 1tfh D H F Pieratt of Madison county is expected here to preside at mooting of the stockholders of Hazel Green Bank to ba held De camber 18 i Ij Prof Kelly Wheeler principal the Ben Murphy school participated in the festivities and she things at the Indies bazaar Saturday and expressed himL lf as tlee lighted Do not fail to see our handatI line of Christmas goods We have a fine lino of toys and fruits such as bananas oranges W apples cranberries figs and rais MAPET +C THOY Will L Kash and wife nee Ollie Swango returned Monday from bridal tour and are guests of brother Sam H Kash Ont leaving here they will go to Jack son where they willreside The greatest danger from influ is of its resulting in pneu onia This can be obviated by a using Chamberlains Cough Rem influenzaIbut of the disease towards pneumonia i by all dealers received from Rev J TZ4 IWord of Des Monies Iowa ho visited here a few weeks since and made such a good impression ed n our people brings the news that it will he impossible for him accept the position as principal the Hazel Green Academy as iin other matters prevent him from taking it This is much regretted j all our people who expected to have him with us- Liberal Terms I am representing tho largest I retail clothiers in the world andII prepared to dress smart men the most fascinating manner the latest popular style and on paymentsII Call on or write and I will st rve you at the earliest date Buuxs ELAM Agent Box 81 Hazel Green Ky Not only do the people of Hazel Green who depend on natural gutI for heating purposes suffer a times for during the recent coldt itstI supply from Kentucky had a seJshock The pipes which convey the gas into the city by wa the Covington bridge became j frozen and the lira department was called on to thaw them out so the supply of gas would not be ena isiis bee depended on We have found that out from experience CASTORfor Infants and Children The Kind Yoi Have Always Bough Bears rite- Stgnatnre of Headquarters for the Best Watches JewelryI 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 can to be convinced AR MAUPPINP WATCHMAKER h JEWELER CAMPTON KY- DRESSMAKINC 0MrsFNDAYhas just opened a Dressmaking Establishment where she is pre pared to make all garments for ladies1 wear and in connection she will be prepared to repair clean aud press gentlemens suits there by making an old suit appear aa new She solicits the patronage of the public and guarantees sat isfaction in all cases Her man friends and old customers will 1 recognize the fact that she has had an experience of thirty years and 11 amply abla to meet all demand aw i KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled While playing before the fire at the family residence in Louisville the four yearold daughter of A M Cr rf fell into I the grate and was so badly burned that died within an hourII Cheater the eightyear old son of Mrs Diinitt near Sharp burg had I both legs broken above the knee tlmIjI other day A horse nm against the fellow and caused the accident We learn from the Bath County World published at Sharpsburg that P Given is exhibiting at Bethel u radish 31 inches long 21 inches in circumference and weighing 21 pounds The Court of Appeals sustained the verdict of the lower court in the Beach Hargis case and he will spend the re mainder of his days in Frankfort in company with his cousin Curt Jett un less pardoned sooner To curtail the expenses of the city of Lexington the city council at a recent meeting abolished the nosed of public works which was costing the city 3000 year and established the office of street superintendent at a salary of 1500 As a result of the extreme cold snap last week Joseph Burks and James Hunter who claim to be from Nashville Teen were found near Ueudercon in a frozen condition Burks legs were fro up to the knees nod amputation was necessaryArchie Keeton a street railway con ductor shot aud probably fatally wound W C Ramsey who until recently way a member of the police tutee of I Louisville when he returned to his home unexpectedly and found Ramsey company with his wife L C Price who conducts a Shetland pony farm near Lexington and is rob ably one of the largest breeders of that stock in The United Stales says that registered stock of that class is very scarce He has just imported ten Shet land pony stallions and placed them inI bis nursery The county board of election commissioners of Clark county met last ThursI day to canvass thereturnsof the local option election There were no contested bal lots and the result was unchanged The official count showed a dry majority inI the county as a whole of CSR and a wetI majority in the city of 358 J H Parrish president of the defunct Owensboro Savings Hank and Trust Co chargedwith receiving deposits when he havetserve five years in the penitentiary unless the governor interferes the Court I of App ala having sustained the verdict the Hancock Circuit court PendletonYcounty was by a fire lust week entailing a loss of about 50 000 At tine time the whole town was endangered and Covington andal1 mouth fire departments were calledon I for help hut before they could the fire was got under control relJpondIII sent they need not come Earl Thompson the negro charged withcriminally assaulting Mrs Ransom Roberts at Dry Ridge in Grant county early in November had his trial at a special term of court at Williamstown last week and was found guilty and the death penalty returned The trial oc cupied just five hours and the jury was I only ten minutes in returning a verdict Sam S Berry and James Hutchinson of Breckenridge Falmouth county were negotiating a trade for an old style pistol and Berry snapped the pistol several times without any report and both were convinced it was unloaded After fin ishing the trade Hutchinson turned and I I snapped the pistol when it was discharg ed the bullet taking effect in Berrys hip but it is not a dangerous wound Aa a special request in order that they may serve their sentence during the winter months and be out in time to put in crops next spring William Still Joe Plyman and Tom Gooney three of the moonshiners arrested in Estill coun Catlettsburgteral court in session there The men will plead guilty hoping to receive lignt sentenceLast Saturday morning an explosion of natural gee in the cellar wrecked tbe Sunny side Cafe in Lexington causing a violent shakeup and all but tbe lives of seven men who were in the resort at tbe time Luke Doyle one of tbe proprie tare was at the cigar case making some entries in a book when the case flew up and struck him in the mouth He jumped through front window and escaped other injuries THIS WILL INTEREST MOTHERS Mother Grays Sweet Powders for Chil dren a Certain relief for Feveruhrew feaJaehe Bad Stomach Teething Disor dey4 hours They are so pleasant to the taste and harmless as milk Children like them Orer 100UO testimonials of cures The Dever fall Sold by all Drttgquta 25c Aak todtg D9ahetavtate R J 4 f 1 to t Ie i 4ZQ tJ i I me tnw toe CITY Ithe oldest and the largest banks that are the safest and answer NO I Then your money in a bank that is under control A bank that loans its money in sums well distrib uted and well secured- A 3 bank that is and will protect its This uppr is offered you by H F R E C a WINTER IS COMING we are now to help you get ready for it Our Fall and Winter line of MILLINERYDry is CASTORIA For and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof iiIn- Use Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA CeNTaUIt ccYNUv IrIObservation experience deposit small conservative depositors i rtunity The HAZEL GREEN BANK 16rSPIERATT President PATTON Iand prepared complete Infants For An Elegant Display of Beautiful Pattern Hats Tiinmr Vici Ilitc f etc A Beautiful Selection of Tailored Skits Coats and Skirts for Ladies Misses and Children Nothing but the best and latest to sell you Prices reasonable Your patronage solicited trulyI MAPEL TROY Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS 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 c and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES- a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and quality for WOMEN AND MEN aud sell them at the lowest margin of rofif All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes of our former immense stork including in the lot some very fine and many pairs of suitable farm shoe every pair a bargain will be sold At Cost and Carriage and Even Less KASH JOHNSON KASH fURS JOMN WHITE Aco I r jt AND HIDESHIGHEST rAm AND FOR MAllET BIDES EAW rataII Wool Writ Jar rrlnliit mea Inn Is tUtaiV E3TABLMHSD 1 W L j O 1 l i rr7fji I NervousCollapse I have traveled for thirty years continually I lost a great deal of sleep which together with constant worry left me in such a nervous state that finally after having two collapses of nervous prostration I was obliged to give up traveling al together I doctored continually but with no relief Dr Miles Nervine came to my rescueI cannot describe the suffering which this Nervine saved me Whenever I am particularly nervous a few doses relieve me A G C LIBBY Wells Me There are many nervous wrecks There is nervous pros tration of the stomach of the bowels and other organs The brain the kidneys the liver the nerve centers are all exhausted There is but one thing to dobuildup the nervous system by the use of Dr Miles Restora tive Nervine Its strength ening influence upon the nervous system restores normal action to the organs and when they all work in harmony health is assured Get a bottle from your druggist Take it all ac cording to directions and if it does not benefit he will return your money to L 300000 IN CASH PRIZES TO AGENTS OF THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER OF CINCINNATI OHIO Besides a Liberal Commission that will insure to Solicitors SI0000 a month and letter i 1 Cash prize of TiOOOO g 1 Cash prize of 80000 1 Cash prize of 20000 1 Cash prize of 10000 4 Cash prizes of 75 each 30000 4 Cash prizes of 60 each 240CO 8 Cash prizes of 50 each 40000 12 Cash prizes of 25 each 30000 11 Cash prizes of S15 each 1600 7 Cash jrlzes of 10 each 7000 50 Cash prizes amounting to 257oOO EXTRA STATE PRIZES 1 Extra prize for Ohio S 10000 1 Extra prize for Indiana tOG 1 Extra prize for Illinois 1000 1 Extra prize for Kentucky 3000 1 Extra prize for Vlrgi ila or West Virginia 5000 4 Cash prizes for States not named here of 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 th amount ofsuch cash prize thus insuring all against loss if only ten early Subscriptions are obtained The General News and Subscrip lion Agencies are barred from this J contest Hence Solicitors have no occasion to fear opposition from that sourceSend for terms get an early start Earnest work will bring you 500 a day ENQUIRER COMPANYCINCINNATI O KILL THE COUCH ua CURE THE LUNCS kingsNew fOR COUGHSPRICE irce- E aa MB ALL THROAT ANB LLNQTROUBLES Ot7AEANTEED SATIBFACTOB- OS xollTTEY BDDJIDED II o We Buy FURSHides and Wool Featlest Tallow Beeswax GInjrati AppleVblaceotuniaLainlTe i I you aesIb at ccnsura aercfcutt Rttcmat wUJpriceM Sabel do Sons 2Z9EJtarketSt LOUISVILLE KY I SWfLLIAM8 0PBYSIC K AND SURGEON HAZ L GREEN KY offers bill p ofeetional services to the citi cent of Hint Green and rarroBdi coun try and wflj answer all calls of Ofiee aifhk raniraoe sdjottiig j a1t g H 1HH +cc- iITho o oooooeoee roI f Conquest I 1 By Dr FREDERICK A COOK 1 Copyright 1909 by the New York + Herald Company Registered In T Canada In Accordance With Copy right Act Copyright In Hex i ico Under Laws of the Republic + of Mexico All Rights Reserved e + +ee+ eeoeee HE observations of April 14 gave T latitude 88 degrees 21 minutes longitude 95 degrees 52 minutes We were but 100 miles from t6epole but there was nothing to rellec- the mental strain Of the Icy despair The wlud came with the same sa tank cut from the west With teeth set and newly sharpened resolutions we set out for that last 100 shies Some dogs had gone into the stomachs of their hungry companions but there still remained a suflicicnt pull of well tried brute force for each sled and though their noisy vigor had beenl lost In the long drag they still1 DR COOK OK ItOABD TDK HANS EQEDE broke the frigid silence with an occa sional outburst A little fresh enthusi asm from the drivers was quickly fol lowed by canine activity We were hi good trim to cover dis tance economically The sledges were light our bodies were thin All the muscles had shriveled but the dogs retained much of their strength Thus stripped for the last lap one horizon after another was lifted In the forced effort which followed we were frequently overheated The temperature was steady at 44 degrees below zero F but perspiration came with ease and a certain amount of pleasure Later however there fol lowed a train of suffering for many days The delight of the birdskin shirt was changed for the chill of the wet blanket The mittens the boots and the fur stockings became quite useless until dried out Furs Soon Dried Fortunately at this time the sun was warm enough to dry the furs 1In about throe days If lashed to the sunny side of the sled In these last days we felt more keenly the pangs of perspiration than in all our earlier ad venturesThe colored goggles were per slstently used and they afforded protection to the eyes which was quit a revelation but In spite of every precaution our distorted frozen burned and withered faces lined a map of the hardships en route We were curious looking savages The perpetual glitter Induced a squint which distorted the face in a remarkable manner The strong light reflected from the crystal surface threw t6 muscles about the eye into a state of chronic contraction The pupil wayof reduced to a mere pinhole There was no end of trouble at hand In endeavoring to keep the windows of the soul open and all of the enP was run together In a set expression of hardship and wrinkles which should be called the boreal squint Nearing the Pole This boreal squint is a part of th russet bronze physiognomy which fall s to the lot of every arctic explorer The early winds with a piercing tempera I ture start a flush of scarlet while frequent frostbites leave figures 1 In black Later the burning sun browns the skin subsequently strong wind- sop the moisture harden the skin and leave open fissures The bard work and reduced nourishment contract the muscles dispel the fat and leave the skin to shrivel up iin folds The imprint of the goggles the set expression of hard lines and the mental blank of the environment have removed all spiritual animation We have the color and the lines of of russet apples and would easily passI for prehistoric progenitors of man In the enforced effort to spread out the stiffened legs over the last reaches there was no longer sufficient energy at camping times to erect a snow shel jter The silk tent was then pressed Into U8- CThough the temperature was still vary low when the sun was high Its congenial rays pierced the silk fabricI and rested softly on our brows closed la heavy slumber In strong winds it was still necessary to erect a shelter ing wall to shield the tent Optical Illusions Signs of land were still seen ever day but they were deceptive optical fancyibLeelBoaetfcteff tap j If r eee+e+ ee+e+ e+eee+eII of the Pole 1 r +f t j The Pole at LastAmid ii t t Singing of Eskimos and Howlingof Dogs Explorer tJo j i Reaches Big Nail J TENTH ARTICLE f j + j 4 + k k er +e + e l + e +e+ pen some line must cross our horizon to mark the Important area into whfc we were pressing rseI miII tI1mss mystery but all of this was due to the atmospheric magic of the midnight sun I I With a lucky series of daily astronomical observations our position w j I II now accurately fixed for each stage I progress As we neared the pole the Imagination quickened and a restless almost hysteric excitement came over1 1us The boys fancied they saw beaver i and seals and I had a new land under observation frequently but with change in the direction of light or an altered trend In our temperament the I eaerIninth the Ice was In very large fields and the surface was less Irregular In other respects It was about butIsame as below the eightyseventh I noticed here also an extension of range of vision We seemed to see longer distances and the ice along the horizon had a less angular outline The color of the sly and the lee also changed to deeper purple blues We had no way of checking these Impresi sions by other observations Tile eagerness to find something unusual may have fired the imagination hutt since the earth Is flattened at the pole perhaps a widened horizon should be detectedAt on the morning of AprilI 10 we romped on a picturesque old field with convenient hummocks to which we could easily rise for the frequent outlook which we now maintain ed The tent was pitched The dogsI were silenced by blocks of pemtnican In us new enthusiasm was aroused h a liberal pot of pea soup and a fe chips of frozen meat and then we bathed In life giving sunbeams screen ed from the piercing air by all strands It was a beautiful day and had our sense of appreciation not been blunted by accumulated fatigue w would have greatly enjoyed the pia of light and color In the ever chanin scene of sparkle The Eskimos were soon lost In a profound sleep the only comfort In their hard lives but I remained stunk as had been my habit on succeerftnn days to get nautical observations flongitude calculations lined us at 04 degrees 3 minutes At noon the suns altitude was carefully set on the sex tant and the latitude quickly reduced gave S9 degrees 31 minutes twenty nine mlles from thepole My heart jumped for joy and the unconscious commotion which 1 was creating awakened Etuklshuk I told him that in two average marches we would reach the tigl shn the big nailAhwelah kicke forea murk to locate so Important a place as the terrestrial axis If but one sleep beyond it must be seen 1 tried to explain that the pole was not visible to the eye that its position was located only by a repeated use of the various instruments This entirely burstethey chanted and danced the passions wild life Sleep Is Impossible- It was the first real sign of pleasure or rational emotion which they bad someti time 1 had entertained the fear that I we no longer possessed the strength to return to land but the unbridled flow of vigor dispelled that idea Wesfavorite broth of pemmican dug up a surprise of fancy biscuits and filled up on good things to the limit of the al lowance for our final feast days The I dogs which bad Joined the chorus of bsI pemmican A few hours more were I agreeably spent in the tent and then I we started with a new spirit for the uttermost north We were excited to a fever heat Tne feet were light on this run Even the dogs caught the infectious entbusi asm and rushed along at a pace which made it difficult for me to keep a siitQ dcleat advance to set a good course The horizon was still searched for something to mark the approaching boreal center but nothing unusual was seen It was the same expanse oftmoving seas of ice on which we bad lived for 500 miles But looking through gladdened eyes the scene assumed a new glory There were plains of gold fenced in purple walls with gilded crests It was one of the few days on the stormy pack when all nature smiled wjtji cheering lightsnFrom my position a few hundred yards ahead of the sleds I could not H resist the temptation to turn frequently to see the movement of the dog train ywith its recd lire In this direction the color scheme was reversed TheaIcy walls were la Old aad burning cal r Y t f 4 c= ruors while the plains represented every shade of purple and blue At the North Pole Through this son of color the dogs came with a spirited tread noses down tails np and shoulders braced to the straps like chariot horses The voun Eskimos chanting songs of love ccm with easy step The long whip wa swung with a brisk crack and all ever there rose a cloud of frosted breath Camp was pitched early In the morn Ing of April1 20 The sun was north east the pack glowed In tones of Hire jthe normal westerly air of shivers our frosty faces The surpris Ing burst of enthusiasm had bwn nursed to Its limits and under it a long Ichwith the usual result of overhearing fatigue Too tired and sleepy to walt 11for a cup of tea melted snows were 1poured down and the pemmican was pounded with the ax to ease the task of the Jaws The eyes closed before the meal was finished and the world was lost to us for eight hours The observation gave latitude 89 degrees tGil minutes longitude 94 degrees 52 minutes dosfhowling we midnight on April 21 The dos looked tars and rolls as they ramp along tha day while Etuktshnlc and Ahwelah though thin and ragged had a dignity as heroes of the greatest human bats tie which had ever been fought with remarkable success We were all lifted to the paradise of winners as we stepid over the snows of a destiny for which we had ri JE41 llife and willingly suffered the tortures of an icy hell The ice under us seemed almost sae cred When the pedometer registered fourteen and a half miles we eawpeJ iand calmly went to sleep feeling that we were turning on the earths az1s The observations however gave 89 rtegreesFag minutes 45 seconds We therefore had the pole or the exact ispot where It should be withinsight We advanced the fifteen seconds made supplementary observations pitched the tent built a snow Iloo and prepared to make ourselves com fortable for a stay long enough for two rounds of observations Our position was thus doubly asaur ed and a neces + ary day of ret was gained Etnkishnk and Aliwe ih en Joyed the day In quiet I slept very little My rlpoflht rd the ambition of my fulfilled How could I sleep away such overwhelming moments of ela iony RealisedwAt last we hid reached the horoal center The dream of nations had leer tvuskours The flay was pinned to the coy eted pole The year was 100S the day lebutytime was a negative problem for here wasgpossible to go from one part of the globe to the opposite side from the hour of midnight to that of midday Here there are but one day and one latitude washej temperature 3S7 the atmospheric pressure 2983 North THE BANS EOEDX WHICH CARRIED DR COOS TO DENMARK east and west had vanished It was south in every direction but the com pass pointing to the magnetic pole was as useful as ever Though overjoyed with the success of the conquest our spirits began to change on the next day after all the observations had been taken and the local conditions were studied A souse of intense loneliness came with a careful scrutiny of the horizon What a cheerless spot to have aroused the am I ition of man for so many ages Endless fields of purple snows No life no laud no spot to relieve the monotony I of frost We were the only pulsating creatures In a dead world of Ice On April 23 1908 Dr Cook began the tong return march With fair weather good Ice and the Inspiration- of the home run long distances were at first quickly covered I With a good deal of anxiety Cook watched the dally reduction of the food supply It now became evident the crucial stage of the campaign was to be transform from the taking of the pole to a final battle for life l against famine and frost Early in July farther southward progress be came impossible and In quest of foot he crossed the Firth of Devon into Jones sound On Feb 18 1909 the start was mane for Annootok With a ewly prepared equipment the Green land shores were reached on April 15 ere Dr Cook was greeted by Harry Whitney and anxious Eskimo friends To facilitate an early return he moved southward to the Danish settlement nd reached Cpcrnarik oa May 21 1009L t Ht 1 i A jj I j Womans Beauty Some women retain their beauty to an advancei women who teglllarly endure pain agererapidly for suffering leaves its lasting marks o them 11 soreformvoid the paintreat yourself at home by takingI I doneBegint 1 I i It Will Help You n M 3fr3 Katie 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