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The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, December 30, 1909. The Hazel Green herald. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1909 haz1909123001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, December 30, 1909. The Hazel Green herald. Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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M 310 27 OR Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jucknou 11 05 EAST BOlND NoH Nu2J STATIONS = bably tt Oaily u ri r Sundlybuuda AMLvsP IU Lvi K if 710 27 Cannel Oily 0 lOOt t 7 33 21 ilelechawH 6 1 17 i 7 45 19 Lre City 11 1 23 7 8 24 t 1IHawptuu 13 1 44 L 8 37 10 20 161 i 9 25 if OtC Juuctiou 22 2 25 I 9 30 1 Jackson 27 2 30 connlctlolII fNos 21 and 22 will wake clove at 0 A K Juurtion with Nos 3 and 4 for points nn the Lexiuetou aud Eastern Rat t way 11 L CONLEY- tt Superintendent I Mountaina central Railioaila a No1 Nu 2Cj DEPART ARRIVE 600a mCnmptunll301l in r 200p mCamptou 600pm No2 No1 aJUUVEDEPART780amCampn JunclO05am- 386pmCamplnJunc 440 pmI The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas lengijr trains B F BOLIN- CUNDERTAKER CAMPTON KYaa the citizens of Wolfe an INFORMS counties that he carri a line of Coffins Inskets Burial Toth and everything necessary to put away the dead in decent style Bipedal ensketl supplied on tours nuticrfinest made if ordered Tram and hacks furnished funerals Alan can fill nrders for tnnllWltllfPat4 c C OS- ENotary SEWELL Public STILLWATER KY rOlen bis profeuional services to Wolfe coonty md eolieiu the patronmge a hitwbu ma y ave legal pen to ueeasi0 t AicMkjszeudesoa aalltslwatsr XVja t 9sY l r COUNTY NEWS0Local Items ofgeneral items TO interest to a majority f oz r readers cspeci not ally distantfriends BELKNAP t m We are n w experierciug some cold weather Logan Outer sold threo hogs Kelson Risucr of Burkhart 11- John A and David Graham are visiting home folks at Lexington week- Thu school at this place willI The boys seed girls hate to of up the teacher Mr Hurst Sherman Freeman has returnedl Mt Sterling While there purchased horse for 10050 hi- S P Allen who hns beets visit his son at Winchester has re He has n blue grass fever iing is planning to move there at Nathan Sally of Broathitt coun who has been clerking in the Big company store here spent Christ 1 meat home He reports thei slaughter ofa 20pound turkey Christmas dinner Dec 27 CORRESPONDENT of Alone in Sawmill at Midnight unmindful of dnmpicss drafts r r cold W J Atkius work as night watchman at Banner Springs Tenu Such expo gave him a severe cold that his lui gs At last he hud to up work He tried many rem s hut all failed till he used Dr Kings Nw Discovery After using one bottle he wrltesIIT went back to work as well as ever Severe colds stubborn coughs inflamed throats and sore Hemorrhagegj croup ai d whooping tough get quick relief and promp cure from this glorious medicine 5Ojf and 100 Trial bottle free guaranteed by all deniers LAN DSAW J ithnr Knsh closed his schooll Valeria the 24th Harrison Tackeit took W H Taylors Chiistmas day All seemed to enjoy Christmas here and very few wereintoxicated Mrs Lizzie Tester mother of J M Tester is at the letters home andwill remain there this winter William Elkins of Texas hro ther to Jim sail J R Elkins iis visiting relatives and friends iin this section I Courtney and James Smyth left today for Elmendorf farm near Lexington where they have a job at the dairy Itch Brewer willi I c building a dwelling at once has the logs on the mill yard from which the material will be sawed Beginning Monday January 3 Lardsaw will have a daily = which will add much to the con venience of the people of this sec Lion E T Kash visited his brother F at Hazel Greon Sunday nuht Doc und family were gone but he stayed and enjoyed himself anywayILevi Dickisoh wnt to Hazel Green today 27th to he at the election of officers for Mizpah lodge No 507 F A M John Taulbee and Sam Burch field the hunters of this are lamenting wononrfnliy over the rough weather which has put- a stop to their fun Will Kash and wife nee Ollie Swatigo will leave for Jackson the 3rd at which place they wild I mak3 their future home We hate ltItogtve Wil and Ollie up but Jackson will be the gainer 24pec 27 ANoN ILooking Ones Best I w t1s delight to herbest but pimples skin ern ti s sorea and boils rub life j y1lsten I Bucklers ArDlca the skinalve cures them makes oft and velvety It glorifies the face Cures pimples sore yes 1110cold sores cracked lips chapped heads Try it Infallible for pile s 25o at all dealer t f G t l fs to c CORHESPONDEHTSMail yonrII a early Jo thff will rfchour office of tnoraloaDlmlsyifbe published nnleas of unusual 1mjj portance Advertise no ones business andxrile QDAlDluitiCpUlic paper only t LEXIE placeis was last Floyd Hollon recently moved I j from the John D Little place to lot Elsworth Lacy farm mn Miss Zerilda Perkins of this I place was visiting in Hazel Green Friday and Saturday Misses Mollie and Grace Lacy this creek pAnt Thursday night this with Miss Nettie NickellreTaylorCenter and Lemon Ma- loney were guests of W C Trim this old wife Saturday night few Miss Eliza Tames and Clemma Lacy of Hazell Green were viiitm Mr and Mrs Asbury James A this place the first of the week Mr and Mrs Taylor Center ofI branch have been viBitiiia i Mrs Centers parents Newtim- i Maloney and wife fir the past weekIC F Kash wife and son CarIIIhre Hazel Green and Lump Tohyer spent Sunday and Sunday nigh at the home of Mr aridI Mrs W S TrimbletJames Perkins who recently moved back from Montgomery gidPerkins on this creek ot J C Trimble who has been near Lexington for the past two me came in the first of the a week to spend the holidays He will remain a short time 1 11Beulah and Golden the little daughters of W C Trimble untiltI Sunday with their grandparents Newton Maloey and wife Frank Puckett while hauling coal Monday morning from the T Day mine and coming 11out 0111weUI erthrew him under a wheel head and breast were severely HisII nail he is suffering very I Dr Taylor Center is him Dec 27 BERTIEb Many persons find themselves affected with a persistent cough after ari attack of influenza As this cough cart 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 xlealers i tI MALAGA I i againtIe 1 + i HenrY Lyons went to Ohio tot spend ChristmaaiiM iIJack Taylor spent Christmas at Scranton He reports a pleasant time J J C Bach of Jtcksnn Christmas with W S and D B Hurst C H Loveland spout Christmas t at his home in Winchester returning hero today Kye Tirrel received very pain ful wound in the arm by a shot Christmas eve Brwck Hbundshell is very low with consumption He is not exI pected to live iceMiss Lucy Sweeney of Simp son has rises visiting her sister Mrs J J Landrum for the past week Cleveland AhnT is spending the holidays at his home in Lee county He will return in about two weeks t E T Kash has rented the place known tie the Henry Dalton place froth Andrew Williams He will move about the beginning of the ooknew year SHOOTERoThe peculiar properties of Chami berlains Cough Remedy have been thoroughly tested during epidemi ics of influenza and when it taken iu time we have not heard of a single case of paeBHoauu u Sold byall dwOfeta c lf 1 IMURPHY returned II from Illinois last weekII Alex Maxey of this place has Only very severe case of tonsilitis Born to the wife of Erb Carr near this place a ten pound boy 1 S Nickell and family were guests of Smith Nickell Sunday who Clifford Nickell of this place returned home from Lexington and Friday Ben Murphy f Murphy fork in this locality buying hogs week Clay Wade Nickell sold a fine theof furs to Charley Mort Man alof Qmer eral GeorgH1 Pack and Daniel Henry pIChristmasDock Fannin and sons were in ho vicinity visiting friends and 1 lst week Christmas passed off quietly at place with the exception ofJoIt Christmas gunpThe young folks had a Christ tree at Ezel Christmas eve of large crowd attended in A number of boys from thisI vicinity will attend the winter al- i term of Haze Green Academrfr Joe Cunditf of Jeffersonville in Montgomery county passed thru en route to Grassy cre k toImen in the blacksmith business 27 Gneiss forRich Mens Gifts Are Poor this I want to go on record as saying that I regard Elecr be trio Bitters as one of the greatest that God has made to woman atwrites Mrs O Rhinevault Vestal Center N Y I can never forget what it has done for This glorious medicine gives woman boyant spirits vigor of body and jubilant heath It quickly cures nervousness sleeplessness melancholy headache backache of 1fliutiuK and dizzy spells scott builds up the weakailing and sickly Try them wOe at all dealB erapSTILLWATER Clay Brown of Bethel is selling his stuff to move to Oklahoma- S H Rose of this creek is con a- SlfiUPd to his rout at this writing Elkin and wife of Ofclah are visiting relatives in this during the hOlidayst lamed Brewer of Trent who has n in Louisiana for the past few weeks returned home Friday Mrs Logan Miller andchildren- of Middletown Ohio ares visiting relatives on StiHwat x at present- G A Sample of Campton and J R C Pieratt of Stillwater took three degrees of Jr O U A Mat Trout Saturday night John Hager has returned tott Laurel after a few months sojourn in Mississippi and with some of his children has gone to housekeeping Mrs Jeff Brewer who has beenI sick for the past three weeks is improving nicely under the medii i cal treatment of Dr A C Nickell of Hazel Green tMarried Saturday 25th lostV at the residence of George Clark on Clark branch Clint Rose ofI this creek and Miss Emma Clark Rev James Rose Sr performing- the ceremony Dec 27 DOMINGO If you are suffering trom bilit ousness constipation indigestion chronic headaches invest one cent in a postal card send to Chamber berlaina Medicine Co Des Moines Iowa with your name and address plainly on the back and they will- forward you a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Sold by all dealers J Broken down in body and in sore distress Mrs Hargis widow of Judgo James Hargis the Breath I itt county feudist presents a pathetic specUele today the result of perhaps the most blody feud 1 ever known in Kentuckys Mrs Hargis mother of jJ Hargis the youngman wfio was sentenced to prison for life for killing his father is but a more iI shadow of her former self Hers I mind once alert and active in the I coustaut defense of her son ia taidto be feeling th t strain and II physician fear ahe will go wine i Jrr k- I 7 FEBRUARY 5 DATE FOR CENSUS ENUMERATORS tie OrdLsary Opinion School Eduction is Necessary ni 1toPass of Any person of good judgment lias received au ordinary common school tducation can readily easily pass the test to lbe given to applicants for coueus enumerators places tin Saturday February 6 theIUcording to cbaaiinounnemont from cen ua bureau This will be dl comforting nflsurancj to the sevI hundred thousand who are believed to bo contemplating ap qf for the places of It was emphatically stated at bureau that the test will be an eminently reasonable and practical ono similar to that applied to applicants at the twelfth census willcoiifigtof filling out a saw le Hcheiiula of population from a description in narrative form of typical familiCH and in the case enumerators whose work will be the rural1 districts they will belitI called upon to fill rut an sample schedule of agriculture iuformationfurnished by the census bureau All persons whether women or go who spay desire to become census enumerators must be citi zees of the United States residents of thu supervisors districts which they wish to bo appoint n- ed must not be loss than IS nor more than 70 years ofagej musti physically able to do the workc must be trustworthy honest havet least an ordinary education andmusto write plainlyI and with reasonable rapidity Those whocan complywith these requirements are invited toI put 111 their applications as there will be at least 08000 enumerators Ipllces to bo filled by the middle March in preparation for the enumeration beginning April 15t Application forms with full in for filling in and com information concurring the test and the method of appoint on nt can be secured by writing to the supervisor of census for the I supervisors district in which the lives All applications 1 properly filled in must be filed t with the supervisors not atlr than 1 January 15 as any received after J date can not be considered The supervisor for this 10th J congressional district which is com posed of the counties of Breath1ItI itt Clark Elliott Estill FoydII Johnson Knott Lee Martin Ma guffiniMeqifee Montgomery Mor ganI Eiket Lowell and Wolfe is Ferrell Pauley of Pikeville A sprained ankle will disable the injured person three or four weeks This is due- tolackof proper treatment When CblolQerliu Lhl i mhl supplied acute may befiiTected in three or four days This liniment is bne of the best aud most remarkable I preparations in use Sold by all dealers i m LvJ tJu 250tIliriJliBStori88ft Uverlaml there is a con storiesgoodthrillingI heroism Th4 Thp quth8 Com pauioasuppli this demand is attested in more than half a million homesThe serial stories for 1910 alone are well worth The Youths Com pauiou subscription price Theee include stories by Arthur Stan wood Pier A C Stephens Grace RihhmouJ Charles Miner Thomp r sun and Wiuifred Kirkland Send for full Pro9 e tuifcQf the 1910 Volume and see what an amount of the heat reading hoe been ae- curediifbr The Youths Companion family for 1910 If 175 for the 1910 Volume sent now the new subscriber iI be entitled ta all the remaining iesaes otl910 iu addition to the 52 larger of J9Jtfl s leo the Vene rise It Calendar 4ithographed ini thirteen colbr and gold Any I tl181ch81 of the the copy for the subscriber YOUTHS COMPANION Companion Building Boaton Mass J New subscriptions received at this office itliNdk tilt tills l waM T1T t t LA l cood 01Iiilg Atcheery fGood wording ofteft euda a ray of sunshine streauiia through the uttermost rmaes of o hpusehold resting thejftnll the live long day and again follows hastening footsteps into the mart business lighting ur and brightening the way QtbrLur1dall it goes A hearty Good Night often soothes manyli trouIDPmiu lrest and heals the wonnds which would have either come anew to a struggling soul or been reopened by the harsh words of deeds that are qpoken pr done in season or out of neaaou as the progressesGood felt wish for bfe9siug jn the tone its utterance cheers tale heart faint aud fearful one aud softens many a hard apotnthat bas placed by inheritance or cultira tion in the breast ofThnmanity The loveight that beamfr from tbv t eye when one is greefed by such words aa GW NicbV lights many a w ary spirit to aihambsr ff- of rest and peace and to H laud of pleasant dreamts it- I The hone where Gnqfl Morn 1 and Good Nigjii are cheer said by ono taJoiiother are the homes of thew t1Jntherot Od thoughts are generafeQrbere good deeds hare place and from whence out good lives Then dont forget ta IY Good naming jayji tp parents to childr6ji brothora aister huhnol mates teachers frigR4i1 and to you meetlnd py 4 cheerfjtilr and with a smile tt wilt dn yea rand do your friends good It will the discouraged zest the tired ones and somehow make the wheelof life mjoY nxorfi smoothly AGoodltorniuEhgpvxiJ y poken makes hope freshet std brighter aud seems really 15 make the 1 morning good and tb lie a proph esy of a good day to come after ifci Ex There IN more catarrh in still section ot country than all other diseaMS pat together and nntil the Itutiw yearrwi rr i supposed to1wlncnrttbley SjHcagnuraa uy years doctors pranqi ced Jjji local duK ease and prescribed local remedies aid by constantly failing to cure witii local treat ment pronounced iiJAtipJ S llltf Seleses has proven catarrh tn tit acpastitatlozi ldisease and thereforareqhirrjicoaatitBtloBal treatment hails Catarrh Care raannfec tured by FJ Cheney ijGa Toledo 0 ia the nalyconstltotional cure on the market t- It is taken internally fn 40ey from 10 drops toa teaspooufoL It acre directly OB the blood and mucous aurfacta of the gates They offer one hundred dollarsfor any eaaa fails to cure Send for circulars mad tee timonials Address 7 K J CHENEY JToledo 0 j Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pilla for eonetipatioay i- 1A 1 1U Paic Eye f dayYh9w a Irten who had once occupied a con spicuous poMtinn in ri1hiic life We answered Ut question at the time aa bRat we cowldj bat we might right uow pee t a moreIcogfiuping I apgtVrvid Tarii pj9t egce a senator om Indiana bayjngi defeated BenjhnSn Harrison A for that poBitioninriSST died a few days agoueYJgen9ral1y no one bld lleardtpytbgrug of Ds rid Turpie tor ten years put Mauy people tlwaght flat David Tur ie was dead Ms pothing had been saidof hUrl nJa public way in the last decade YTtlere it an example of bow oomgjetely one can fee forgotten t KtHfindertake tp 88y tJjataiheqdpreRoo8evelt vguld by rea t Iy forgptten in a- very short period of tine if it was possible for all tM newspapers of the country to dittpdufc name at f once and rqallsiaud never y mention hjpj ja aagr t onnectioa wbateyer mother instance can be mentioned Jeff Davis the sea ator from Arkansarj bgajted before hIS advent io V abJt faQD said he would show ttbe newspaper men where to head jn H4s advent was iisiznalized by a brutal attackotk the newspapers of WasbiugtoD At once an aareemetl rae made not tomea tioothe naait of Davit and he has as pgmpWeJy gone oat oftbe public eye asif iP bad beau buried It dont dp to lOIN sight the fact that publicity St the 81of that makes aaany men fa moos or infamous aa you please IEE For SaleTwo of the Pieratt umhtrII in rooms eao is koBM Apply at this oflhcq 1 Y i- 1l t A Jf y L it JS dvlpL 9ft I ic fr If Ufj r 0 i THE HERALDi Butnredntthn llaxel Ortrh Iotofflcea condola toatter I a SPENCER COOPER Editor r HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Dec 30 1909 r WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY r WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT 4 e JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY KASH Commonwealths Attorney JR HOLLON Clerk Meets third Monday in Jnnuaty first t J Monday in May third Monday in Septeiu t ber t WOLFE COUNTY COURT GT CENTER Judge U B STAMPER County Attorney ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk 0 Meets first Monday in each month 1 WOLFE FISCAL COURT S Meets first Tuesday in April first Tue 1 iy in October r MAGISTRATES COURTS District iso1C M Fallen mini ride yd t in March June ejitemuer bad Helen ber I District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and NoI vember District No 3S F Allen second Friday i andNovembriiin r March Mny August and November District NoT C Hollon second Friday j in March June September and De cember District No GIto Hurst third Friday i t in t t February May August and November District Do711 T Helton fourth Frii day in March June September and De cember District No 8J M Lovelace first Fri day in February May August and No J 4 4TemberL CIA HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL The biennial grind of the Gen eral Assembly will begin in the rI new capitol building at Frankfortt next week j s Fortysix years ago the BathI I county court house was burned by federal soldiers and tho Unitedi States Court of Claims has decided that the county is entitled to 4500I It remains for congress to appro priate the money Although the consistory r f Co penhagen scientists have decidedl that Dr Cook never reached the apex of the earth we give his account t of the return from the poi e had he been there Next week will conclude the series with hisi reception in New York l f t One of the bills which will be J brought before the legislature which meets in Frankfort next c week will be a bill creating a state i commissioner of public roads and a state road fund of 5t on the r 100 in real and personal proper ty to provide the states onethirdi r in payment of the building of the roads r What fall my countrymen Few i s of the country papers are coming r f in since Christmas and the dailies are reduced so much in size as to vi be hardly recognizable Running 11c a paper during Christmas week r I it ieis what old Col Billy Allen of y Ohio used to term as dd barren ideality Lexington Evening Ga of t zette This paper IS endeavoring to give its patrons the best service that is possible to give and all1 r that the patronage will permit Oar paper is being frequently com plimented on its appearance and the amount and kind of matter iit contains Our citizens can mak M the paper still more effective b- a liberal patronage both in sub soriptions and advertising Thy 0 y paper will always endeavor to merit the patronaKeII The are just a few who haveI t i permitted their subscriptions to lag behind Dont do it You will1 i 4e ono of these fine days and your I family will want a column obitu i ary published free and then your 1 danshter is soon to be married ana you wtlTextJBe your homo paper to give her an Alice Roose i J velt writfeup end all free It al ways pays to be prompt in paying your subscription to the local For paI ta od ia tAe a a 1 tI r- I hrI Problems the State Legislature Will Face i Amend the state constitution concerning methods of taxation I Codify lasts anapass on an en tirely new system of school laws Pass bill providing for school1 suffrage for women Vote on the income tax amendment J Redistrict the state making the division more fair if possible Pass new banking laws includ ing provision for appointment of qualified bank examiners Take up liquor legislation an probably fight over county unit billt j I Consider good roads legislationI j j iPuss laws Poking to the exterl- initiation of tuberculosis in Ken I tacky Pass new laws for government J I of penal institutions including fai mous parole system Pass bill changing mode of capital I punishment from hanging I II electrocution ni II pttlishabloi I i Pass new forestry laws J i Read It Over and Over Ilalstead Kane Dec 18 09 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear SirAs my eubscripti to THE HEKALD expires December 18ou will find enclosed P O money order for 1 for whi continuo my subscription not December 18 1910 We are alI ways anxious to read the go news that it brings to our homo from our Kentucky friends at relatives Its pages aio read uV andover by the whole family until i it is worn out Withmauy good wishes to th editor and his better seveneighths and my old Kentucky friends Merry Christmas and a Happy Now Year I remain as ever Jolla C GOSK To Unveil Statue Frankfort Dec 2GJudge Mc Quown chairman of the Arrange ment Cummittee of the Goebeli Monument Commission has select ed Miss Lillian Goebel to unveilI the statue of Governor Goeh I Fehruuay 3 MissI Goebel is niece ol the former governor Judge McQuownI also select Sfimtor McCreary and former Governor Beckham to deliver the speeches at the unveiling The Goebel monument has ben erectk ed with money contributed by thousands of persons in the form of twentyfive and fifty cent pieces and is to he unveiled on the tenth annivrfary of the death of texgovernor YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY Take Advantage of Our Great Special Offer Life Scholarship in TJ TYPEWRITING and RAILUOAD AGEN C reduced to 45 and 250 of students l railroad fare paid Boys this is YOUK OPPORTUNITY to lean a first class trade that pays a good salary every month iu the year Excellent board at low rates New nan has delightful climate 8000 inhnbitauts moral surrounding Students qualify in 4 to C months Our graduates POSITIVELY GUARAN TEED POSITIONS paying 45 to 65 per minth to start onEasy and pleasant employment rapid pro motion Diplomas awarded Great demand for Telegraph Operator Write today for our Free illustrated Catalog which gives full particulars TELEGRAPHyY CA JJ- WeskYou I to take Cardui for your female troubles because we are sure it III will help you Remember that I this great female remedy I II WINE I31II II has brought relief to thousands of illyoulill periodical female InessIf best medicine to take Try It Sold in This City 11 La t t t= FARMSI IFOR SALEj i S2 acres well improved fond product i ihc noel grazing lauds Price 50 per I acre 200 acres in Hath county well improv I nnyI9 county dwelling an- a da nearly all tobacco and corn ground I Price Si+ 5 per acre 75 gyres well improved in good neigh bnrhiKxl and jood strung land Price SO per acre ofdcounty 1 auythini and can be bought for 125 IPHI acre i acres improved at 110 per acre 12 acrfsat S100 per acre 100 acres atx4U per Itlre i5 urns HI i50 aspood III s can be found for tobacco or corn JOlt lien II well improved the best tolacco farm in the county and can be divided at 12750 per acre and many others A I lo ninny residences in this city and in the snbuilw This city his two nice schools the largest cattle market in the world and is the best town in the blue grass section 0oNow is the time to buy Laud will go 10 per cent higher withi the next twelve months I p W OFFfflB WOOD OnREAL ESTATE MT STERLING KY n H SALEI thude work on my farm on account of j j Gffedr my acres on Illackwa- er ter oiifhalf mile from Ezol for sale The farm consists of about 150 acres in grass balance in culti i rooni9dwelling with all necessary out buildings fine water good orchard- a etc Per terms and all other in I formation call on or address li D MOTLEY Ezel Ky I I nn FARM FOR SALE 1 lessiknown as tlio Crupy frm Alli fenced and crass fenced Some tinker and nearly all cleave elland rulast ii g fine wiitr 5ftOlh dweJl eeliug hoiise halls and porches alto I tenait house For the next than- days thin farm will be r ffered at ylI bargain Pisession given Jnnu particuliirsIt1u 1 Rardin III Rare DUpDoruflhl- gI I lor sale my residence consict ing of seven room Ct1tlllge good lot and garden And outbuildi f One i f the must desirable bI c tiinix in Hazel Green Also my liliictsinith and general repair shop which iill superior to anything of the kind iu the country being fur nished with a complete outfit of tools alTso touetLer or separately addresROSFMarch Kyno f Tiec Wiiciesierf1 Bank KYNlusZf R hicr f Palil Up Capital t 810000OOO 5 Uutllvlded Profits 17000000 ct llaudnonie Deposit of Lauver s S30OOOOOO f This bank solicits the accounts ot mar hautsfarwere traders and bus iness men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and oflers its custom liber5euf legitimate 4 banking loot 21p- v1 i4QT kXkXixiKixas- ArSubscribe for the Herald 100 1 GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY mty shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the mOlt reasonable terms I also have 9A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials tube so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited oUf GEO RICE DRESSMAKINGMrs has just oponed a Dressmaking Establishment where she is pre pared to make all garments for lauies wear and in connection slu will be prepared to repair clean and press gentlemens suits they lSay malting an old suit appear new She solicits the patronage of the public and guarantees sat iifaction in all cases Her maw wiltnI recog lize the fact that she has had an experience of thirty years find is amply able to meet all demands f Headquarters for the Best Vatchfp JmvHlry Silverware and Optical Goods iat the lowest prices You can ialso havo your eyes tested und fitted with glosses properly and i correctly Cull and obtain pri ces it will not cost you a cent to be conincpdII AR MATJPPINIr WATCHMAKER JEWELER CAMPTON KY We Buy FURSHides Wool FeatiersTI1ow Beciwu Crutns MayAppktSCd nulSol In laiOrr Julf a c nlury in teuinJeaaduodo6ctteriorrcuetaazeab hate LT Hctliy ItaxelutaadJinztap Sons t I 229 L Market St t0UlStLLEK- YFRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN Catalog on Application No Agents H F HILLENMEYER k SONS LEXINGTON KY KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryFOB J OLDS Treat Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACIOB OR MONEY REFUNDED DR G H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Olin his profestinnal services to the oili zens of Hazel Green and surrounding coon try and will answer all calls of affliction Hazellrpnf Ir= == Fi = = Qijt MORGAN COUNTY I11 NATIONAL BANK I j iE 1IIJE 1 fo tlJ OF CANNEL CITY KY 4 liiJit ii CAPITAL 2500000 iJi 4 ijeij ilstl t 4 YOUR ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITEDt j M L CONLEY President JOE C STAMPER Vice Pres Kt 4 LI CUSTER JOHES CasMer a J + = Ry II 2 j 4 IJ1s S S Z zP I I Millinery Opening O 5groil 10 FRIDAY BEGINNINGii OCTOBER 25 6jyp and continuing one week I h t11 if ifY MillineryrG1Dry Gords and Notions Full line of Clua- keUSkirts etc Everything uptodate Call and see i J t S UPSTAIRS FRONT ROOM CECIL BROS STORE II 1 jj j wisej q MISS FALAY LONG IttI- t UJ J Y1 IRASH SAMPLE g I Dealers in General Merchandise IiI Announce to the eitiu J justreceited lADlES S ES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc an hot their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Gouda NotioM ISELECT FAMLi Y GROCEEIES etc i to whichI they invite inspection r 1 n J6l 1 I IAZELGREEN ACADEMY 4 WINTER TERM BEGINS TUESDAY JANUARY 411Ot A Special TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE is offered wfc extends throught the Winter and Spring Terms ITuitirI Good Board per week 2 For iFurnishedi CECIL BROS Dealersjn General Merchandis Country Produce etc j Our compIJand 1willI THE BEST BRANDS TOO PRINTS at 5c ayI SILKS AND SATEENS Oat 100 PER Y OUR NOTION DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE- We have alse added a nice line of YE C01 1rto keep you nrYou can alo find Trunks and Suit Cases to suit you Dont full to call and f lc HIKE FOR MICKEY When YU visit Lexington stop with Denny Hickey S2324 West Short Street for lodging and the bestrmeals in town ONLY 25 GENT q c f 0 r z f A COllgT 1- Li j fg Vledidne IL fflAyers Cherry Pectoral is nTregular cough medicine aj strong medicine a doctors medicine Good for easy coughs hard coughs desper ate coughs If your doctorII endorses it for your case take it If not dont take it Never I t contrary to his advice I J F go wlo peMlih or formula I 1leloI T f off iThe dose Ayers Pills nnrn orly n l ongttvJtirae As a rule laxative doses conJiJbeadach s they cannot be excelled Ask your doctor about thi- sryda I I 4T the J c 1rer Co Lowell Men IL JfIE HERALD W = el ttl Clifton EWPH and wife aro visit z t t jnc Mrs Hal Smith f relsf Miss An Hiiio Wills is very sick at the home of Dr Center Kelly Niektll of Grassy creek eo wus in town mo day lust week Luring Niirkull and wifo were in I z town one day last week buying was trix 5 Sue Long of Cannel City is 1 spendiug a part of her vacation in W GreenWGeorge Robinson son of Green berry Robinson is very sick we threatened withi tvplmid 1Chltdrerf Crya1 FOR FLETCHERSW = CASTORIAI the last few days George yDurillg been stepping around exceedingly high its a 10pound t boy h f Christmas 118Idnfl quietly inn Hazel Green nil disturhuije or i drulkel nap tf vny kind being reII pondhI ButUr llitghi3 wirIllld little daughter Ailern are visiting relInI atives and friends in town during the holidays Willie Whenier city editor of the I Lexington IIHaldspeht Christmas holidays with his father G W surreptitiously1Vhaeli Bob Oditt of Bulkuap asonin 1 law Alex Perkins lost his house and allofI his household furniture y by fire Christmas day There was no insurance 1cMiss Emma Cox received a let ter 8iiturdiy announcing the mar riage of hor sister Nettie Thurs day December 23 to John Creech at Alva Okla- Thursday 1 and Friday last were busy days with our merchants The stores were all crowded from 1 1 early morn till dewy eve with Chrjstm s shoppora I For Sale 030 fine select oak t trees within 4 milos of Cannel1 City and one mile of Licking river t Call on my partner 14C Patrik Lykins Ky B F MCCLURE Il if QitfJJ lot of congealed water was harvested during the past r week to he used in making coolII lug drinks and frozen victuale1 during the heated term next sum G marDr G l1 Center received a tele 2 I gram Tuesday from Albuquerque z N M stating that his brother7 Jack was not expected to live andI i to come at once He loft Wednesday morning Butlir Razor one of the best color farmers in th s section brought a let of fine eating apples i j and some crab apples to the edi tors bett r seveu eighths for which 5he has her thanks Sam Wilson tho Santa Claus of Murphy Fork failed ti make his orphans happy this season Hp says that his jobs of paintingwe o soufew and far between he a forego the pleasure J For TiiK HERALD THE OLD YEARS BURIED old years LuLet us forget All of iu cares and strife of bestTo at old ycnrV forgetThedoneTowards frieodeWithinrUlI I The old forgetAll I And1 let it rest within the tomb eanIThe forgetAllirljIBenoble true to nil mankind Let charity play a part JAUIkttltryour To live a better life SAM WILSOX Election of Officers LodgeNo M last erect the following uilicers were IIJJIt II Patton Senior Warden S II Ksh Junior Vnrden J T Day Treasurer John H Rose Secretary of John Ward Senior Deacon of Harrison Tackutt Junior Dea rIIenJ W Wheeler and D U Center orl Stewards Joseph Roberts Tyler After the election and it stalla tiou dinner was served A large crowd attended 1CSomewoman of our town whose name omit made a curious blander She put some eggs on to boil soon Ibreakfast one morning They still on when her husband UpIon saucepan she answered Eggs for your dinner They have been ton since soon after breakfast I i IiitheyIiiIIiuj tonUhment may rather be better I imagined than described And j the mere mention of eggs now l a rosy bluh to her fuceII I I Sunday night a couple of youngi without visible mesas of support suuposed tn he partners of jI older heads in the bout legging I business a traffic which has been going on for some time much to the detriment of all good citizens took the horses of IIJudgeI I etl to Oakdale leaving here1as thet proof will show about 7 oclock and returned about 5 oclock Monday morning turning the horses loose near town The horses were dangerously fagged and the young men are now safely bagged The more pleasing and pleasant our government can make farm life the better it is for the govern went Our cities are overcrowded 1 with worthless loafers that might be honorable and respectable farmers The rural route is one o the things that has been provided to make farm life more desirable and attractive and as wo all have to live off the farmers nothing should be left undone that could bo dcie to make the farm inviting Married Thursday December 23 at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs William Pack near Mize Miss May PackI ami Taylor Havens Rev Bill Yo cum officiating On the same day Dal Bishop and Miss Nettie Brew er of the same neighborhood wereI married by tho same minister Ideal Christmas weather has prevailed thr ughout this section for the past week Snow was ghoul throe inches deep Sunday morning and the atmosphere was crisp andI invigorating When Rubbers Become Necessary And your shoes pinch shake into your loolIale the ntistptle pow her for the 1 N It cure8 painful swollen smarting aaceatiut fret and tales the slip out of corns rend bunions lust the thing hoes dan ingfor patent leather parties- and f Breaking in New shoes Many per pie eaiinot wear heavy stockings comforts Foot Iase intollj without shaking Allens r1tht huts Sold everywhere 25c Siuple FREE Address k len SOlmatead LeJi- ori Y vonaccept anyeuLelitnta Mrs G M Center and children I attended the burial of hpr nipce Maudie Center Friday who died consumption Wednesday night the homo of her grandfather Wm Center nnar nlthelflJim Perkins and wife came in from Mt Sterling lest week and I are at the homo of Jims mother I U on Lacy creek whore he is very I sick When he recovers they will reIcentlyI I HForI The Kind You Hire Always Bongs Bears the x P I Signattl1e of jI Clifford Nickell who has been of traveling for Trimble Grocery Cot Sterling will begin working for Von Doren Shot Co of Lc i i ington the first of the year heilj the lucky anplicaut out of I Stung For 15 Years by indigestijnu pangs trying many doctors and 20000 worth medicine in vain B F Ayscue IngieeJde N C at lest used Dr Kings New Life Pills Andb j writes they wholly cured him i j cure constipation bilious ntss sick luadache stomach livj1 kidney and bowel troubles j 25e at all dnalerp I Ifurj eiTinwoman was reading the matriH monial columns of a paper and and remarked to her husband I Heros n strange coincidence n William Strange married to nII Martha Strange Strange in deed remarked her husband but j expect tho next news will bo little stranger nII Liberal Terms I I am representing the largest j1 retail clothiers in the world and m prepared to dress smart men the most fascinating manner the latest popular style and on- I I paymentsI and I will serve you at the earliest date I 1BoxI I l It H Patton received a malef DurocJeraoy pig fom Bard well Barnard the famous breeders ofMaud Duroc Jersey swine a few days t i ago The pig is a fine individualII1 j and was sired by the famous lo ell 1 Top which won first prize at state fairs lust year Threes desirii i ing to breed to a thoroughb edj registered hog should call and 2Mr this highclass pigIIj III The greatest danger from euzti is of its resulting in pueu mouia Tlis can be obviated by using Chamberlains Cough RemII edy as it not only cures influenza but counteracts any tendency ofiII l neumoniajlSoldj i I Tho Fletuingsburg TimesDemo I crat in speaking of the case of a man who was fined 20 and costsI I j for refusing to work tho roads ji i1 S8ShIt is to be hoped this will1 othersfwho have been refusing to perform this duty of citizenship The dirtforI roads of this county need a lot of 4 worksure enough work not l murely going over as if tho whole J thingwas a jokeJCause of Insanity Owiiigsville Dec 27 Barber aged 45 years died in the asylum for the insane at Lexing ton Saturday Mr Barber was aI prominent und highly respected citizen of Bath county He received the Republican nomination for state senator for the dis rict composedof Bath Carter Flem lug Memfee and Rowan counties + but it developed that he had beeuI a magistrate and failed to withdraw in time to become eligiUe fur the senatorship This eeemed tJ prey upon his mind sad his health rapidly declined He spent the last two years in the asylum with uo hope of recovery He leaves a wife but no children AY HOUSE gIHazel Ky Mrs IOU DAY Proprietor neat table fare in Eastern Kentucky lafl wimple room connected Heated lilakd hy gas thruughoat and IpeClllJ ooramodateew to tnreluig lean I b c J I l KENTUCKY KERNELS t Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled Charles Bradford about 40 years old in death one night last week neir his boons about two miles from Win heater IHovtrnCir WilWi refused a pardon to W Riddell wild was sent to the i itentiury from Estill county formal c 11 cutting The ice in the Kentucky river near Frmikfurt hAd to bet Ut last week toper mit the baptizing of tweiitytivo coloiod I several hays skating on Jkn nu crank near Frankfort found gill bubble under thi ice anda c mpmy ha+ len organ stablyfwhich he had been suffering for seven years caused the death of Dr John A Juno Hipkinsville He was US years utugr Dave Brewer n Lexington ealooniM WHS hot and killed by Thomas Sloan a horse trader last week At the exnui trial Sloan was discharged having provitl elldtfe se Wnile John Christopher andwife of MadUoii county were iu Uichulo d buy ing Lhrislmns tricks a telephone message announced the burning tf their Lowe Lust f 1 UUU with no insuramie The Oivensboro Iiquirer recently pur chased by S 1Valter was etruYtd y lire Inst week Lugs about 30000 artially injured Judge linger says the publication will shortly be icumed- j j Jlr teary Youttiey has filed sort I divorce from her husband who j jII ing a life term in the penitentiary for the killing of VilJiim Uoebel Tie me five years separation and j conviction of a sleet I i 4eredI i 4 au exceptio Ice houses have been filled with ice from three to five inches 4 thick clear as crystal andof very super log quality tA iuchestcr Democrat An IniiifS Mountjoy aged 4 was I aliditiug from a train at Olympia with hisi anna full of packages of Christ gilts for his children his foot alijc 4 peii and Iltl fell under the train tin wheels pacing afar him oui iiig in taut 4 death 4 Weldon and Paul South of the Forks 4 f Elkhorn experimented with three 4Iudsoap ol last week came so suddenly they I foiled to it andprotect the retire 4Wj I for it when bleached j IThere were ten prisoners in the Lex j ington workhouHc last week but Christ IIIHS morning Mayor Stain went there after giving them a lecture turued them all looc saving he hoped they would enjoy their Christmas and keep out of prison in the future Iron Green It Kellar ditor of the Carlisle Mercury iis iiMionnced as a 11111 didate for clerk of the ICIIIlIckcnnte1 Kellar is eminently tilted for the I inIsecuring the coveted position III and dejected Charles Gilli agedI 20 years sent to the penitentiary for a crime he did not commit was pardoned ast week but is too sick to leave the haingjI J found iu the lining of one of her laterII Clirixtwin county boasts of having the largest porkers iu the state Recently f J Reed killed n hog whichwhen dressed tipped the bejMn at 7M p uiids New comes John Pilzer of the Pilot Hock neighborhood with one weighing 804 pounds which at the ruling price dressed hogs 10 cents would net him 8040 Crazed by drinkand infuriated with jealously William Murray a miner of jLaurel county shut and killed Delbert Cole whom lie accused of being too fa tjSJ I his motherinlaws home where his wife was staying shot and killed both women then drew a razor cut his own throat and finished the job by bullet throuuh his brain tOdinJa j Mrs D A Cole has sow I which she bought of Mr John M Wheel er of Winchester three years aco from which she has sold over three hundred dollars wurth of pigs and now has fin handover two hundred dollais wurtbI Two years ago she showed six at the Lawreuceburg Fair and took 3G worth of premiums Has any one a better Iw1- If m let us hear from themeburg News The open grate iis still doinc its deadly work Mrs Lida Ferrill of Boyle count is the atest victim Her clothes caught foe and she wrapped herself in 1llIIkel ill in eflort to quench the flames The house taught tire andshe snatched up her two children aged 4 and 2 years youngestdi rill war de d when found even her shoes haying bee i burned off her feet I r q1 tIr iI c i L llt f ii THE OOYPAIIr MLYI TOOT aye Ithe oldest and the largest banks that are the safest Observation and NO 1 Thou deposit your money in a bank that is under control A bunk that loans its money in small sums well distrib loll uted and well secured A hunk that it conservative and will protect its l F CECIL PresidentI R H PATTON Cashier IInnd we are row prepared to help get ready for it Our Fall and ji Winter line of is complete For Infants and Children The Kind You Hays Always Bought Bears the Signatureof m In Use For Over Thirty Years i ONTaull ITexperience answers depositors i4ThisThe HAZEL GREEN BANK 1E t4 WINTERis COMING MILLINERYDry CATORIA CASTORIAi An Elegant Qi play off Beautiful Pattern Hats Trimmings Shapes t etc A Beautiful Selection of Tailored Suits Coats and Skirts for Ladies Misses aud Children Nothing but the best and latest toIssell you Prices reasonable Your patronage solicited Yours truly MAPEL TROY 11 Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS General MerchandiseCO- UNTRY PRODUCE cfIIHAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel1 Green and vicinity to the now stock of goods they have just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and YegtttaHR in season Farmers Hardware etc and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES a sp ciilty We have them in all the varied styles and quaty for WOMEN AND MEN and soil them at the lowest rofif All ShieldBrand Clothing IJinSh of our former immense sto k including iu the lot some very fine and many pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain will be sold + At Cost and Carriage and Even Less BASH JOHNSON KASH I MSJOYN AND HIDESmozst MAUU liclr YlOa 111 nuAD IIKS- eWaoIt 1Petaantleldo yia4 ATa IN 1IJ T I T 4 d r tAf4 ca t h Lr 4 4- r 31rr 0 t ILuL La a 1 t Rheumatic Painss My mother is a great suf ferer from rheumatism and Dr Miles AntiPain Pills is the only a remedy that relevcs 1 her MRS G DAVENPORT Roycefield N J The pains of rheumatism are almost invariably relieved with Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They also overcome that nervous irri tation which prevents sleep because they soothe the nerves To chronic suffers they are invalu able When taken as directed they relieve the distress and save the weakening influence of pain which so frequently pros trates Many sufferers use them whenever occasion requires with the greatest satisfaction why not you They do not derange the stomach nor create a habit Why not try them Get a pack age from your druggist Take it t according to directions and if it does not benefit he will return your money e 300000 IN CASH PRIZES TO AGENTS OF THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER t OF CINCINNATI OHIO Besides a Liberal Commission I that will insure to Solicitors SIOOOC a month and letter 1tt 1 Cash prize ofSr00001 Cash prize of SOOOO 1 Cuh prize of SOOGO l 1 Cash prize of 10000 1 4 Cub prizes of 75 each 30000 4 Cub prizes of S60 each 24000 r 8 Cash prizes of 50 each 40000 12 Cub prizes of 25 each 30000 11 Cud prizes of 15 each ltioCC 7 Cash wlzes of 10 each 7000 50 Cub prizes amounting to 257oOC r EXTRA STATE PRIZES 1 Extra prize for Ohio S 10000 1 Extra prize for Indiana 71 10 1 Extra prize for Illinois OCO 1 Extra prize for Kentucky 5000 1 Extra prize for Virg la cr LLWest Virginia 000 for States not 4 a 10000i59 Cash prizes amounting to 000000 pjAwill equal or greatly excell iL amount ofsuch cash prize thus iitisui I ing all against loss if only ten yeaJ Subscriptions are obtained The General News and Subscription Agencies are barred from thi contest Hence Solicitors have nc occasion to fear opposition from that sourceIrSendfor terms get an early start Earnest work will briug you 500 a day ENQUIRER COMPANY L CINCINNATI O AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY I j THE TOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO OHIO s tThe Vest Known Newspa per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular in Every State The eventsfourth year of its existence findi the Toledo Blade more popular than T at any period of its remarkable carter It is now read each week by more than a million peopl lie field is not circum involvesi the length and breadth of the United States giving it an unquestionable right ot claim Sing to be the greatest national weekly news countryThe is distinctly a family Theoneobjectofitspublfahhere1tu iran home for the fireside and of interest to every member of the Iiwil To fulfill this purpose 11 Isjkept dean RnowhIsomc- j The news of the world U handled in a com s prefaehflive manner nod the various depart painsscurrentmainprrjudiceaddk of pleating ihexgrrstrnftfuuiber of fic tion losers the Question Burrtvjsi a scrap tibook of information the Farmstead col puns are condoned vitb the purpose of giving the medium for the exchange of idand tnConua4 on firm topics No department a neglected bnl X levrry feature a taken care dwith the idra xfmaking Tbe Blade worth many times the a price of sa riptJopoae dollars year r Staple cp iea nailed free Addttsa f7MI i LDi Tolfl dcy flll lthJ t + ler lepq be4 e+e+ +Me II The Conquest r ffBy Dr FREDERICK A COOK- e Copyright 1909 by the New York + Herald Company Registered InICanada In Accordance With right Act Copyright In Mu i ico Under Laws of the Republic + of Mexico All Rights Reed + b4 + + r4 + + + + TIRING the first hour of April 3backs were turned to the pole uud to the sun Our exploring ambition bad been thoroughly satisfied There were few glances backwardThe to solve the mystery hind served ltd purpose and the mem ory of the adventure for a time re DR COOKS ROUTE TO AND FROM THE malned as a reminder of reckless dar j Ing As we now moved along the feel jI ing of elation slowly subsided with dllnIculUesI cur was still frozen and the suns perpetual Hush was lost In a frigid blue the time was at hand in lower i latitudes for the Ice to break and drift southwardWith reasoning all former expeditions had planned to return to land and secure a line of retreat by May 1 We could not hope to do so until early in June It seemed there fore probable that the ice along the outskirts of the polar sea would be much disrupted and that open water small ice and rapid drifts would serl ously Interfere with our return to a sure footing on the shores of Nansen sound All of this and many other possibilities were carefully considered before but the conquest of the pule was not possible without risks and Frost We started earlier than all other polar aspirants and no time had been lost en route If misfortune came to vw It could not be because of energies or unnecessary delay In the last days of the onward rush to suc cess there was neither time nor oppor tunity to ponder over the bitters of subsequent remorse but now facing southern skies under which were home and all for which we lived the back trail seemed indescribably long In cold sober thought freed of the intox ication of polar enthusiasm the diffi culties darkened In color We now saw that the crucial stage of the cam paign was not the taking of the pole The test of our fitness as boreal con querors was to be measured by the outcome of a final battle for life against famine and frost The first days however rap Idly With fair weather and favorable Ice long marches were made We aimed to return along the one hundredth meridian There were three important objects to be gained by a route somewhat west of the northward march The increasing easterly Irift would thus be counterbalanced We hoped to get near enough to the new lands ta explore apart of thlI toast and a wider belt would be swept j out ojt the unknown area The pack drift proved quite active end we were quickly carrjed eastward beyond our dally drift allowances On April 30 the pedometer registered 121 miles and by our system of dead reckoning which was usually correct we should have been at latitude 8750 longitude 100 The nautical observa tions save latitude S31 longitude 3742 We were therefore drifting eastward wltjki tefTyatlng speed ca4 to cQuaue JJI H iIIii iit 1 e o4 a O e rcrrova or a5 r + tlochePole i tt I The Return Begun i Pack Drift ActiveNev M er Changing Sameness Friendliness ofthc Dogs Mso + + v +o o + + + + this a still more xvestcrl course was set i At this time the never changing sameness of the dolly routine was nriln felt The novelty of success and the iwssion of the home ruu were no longer operative The scenes of shivering blue wearied the eye and there was no inspiration In the moving set I POLE I Famine wasted passed balance 1of Ice to gladden the heart The ther momuter rose and fell between oO and 40 below zero R with a ceaseless wind It was still very cold The first of May was at hand bringing to mind the blossoms and smiles of a kindly world but here all nature was nar rowed to Hues of ice The sun circled the skies in lines of glaring but its heat was a sham mid Its light a tor ment With weary nerves and compass In hand my lonely march ahead of the sleds wis continued Progress was satisfactory We bad passed the eightyninth and eightyeighth paral lets The eightyseventh and the eighty sixth would soon be under foot and the sight of the new lands should com pel action These hard fought times were days long to be remembered but only the marks of the pencil now remain to tell the story of a suppressed existenceFellow DogsThe had given a brotherly sympathy to the trio of human samejstmlnlevels possesslugcommunityWewithouthearingeyes followed until we cheerless be updtheir animal fires To remind ta of their presence frost covered noses wen rJt rol I frequently pushcc under the bag and t occasionally a cold snout touched our warm skin with n rude awaken R e loved the creatures however an admired their superb brute strengt Their adaptability was a frequent top l10 of conversation With a pelt that was n guarantee against all weather conditions they threw themselves down i iI i DA ICOlINOII to the sweep of winds In open defi Since of death dealing storms They willingly did a prodigious amount of wcrk each uay and then as bedfellows they offered their fur as shelter mid bones as head rests to their two footed companions We had learned to appre ciate the advantage of their beating j breasts The bond of animal fellowship hind drtwn tighter mill tighter In n long run oZ puicessivc adventures And now there was a stronger reason than ever to appreciate power for to ether we were seeking nn escape from a world which was never intend 1 for creatures with thumping hearts Much very heavy lee was crossed near the eightyeighth but the endless unbroken lipIds of the northward trails I wlatllerIforce and the spasnodlc squalls came at shorter Intervals The clear purple and blue of the seas were gradually changed to light gray and a rush of frosty needles rome over the pack for several hours each day j Could Brook No Delay The inducement to feel shelter in cemented walls of snow and wait for better weather was very great But such delay forestalled certain starva tion Under fair conditions there was barely food enough to reach land while even short delays might easily Jeopardize our return We could not therefore do otherwise than to force I ourselves against the wind and drift with all possible speed closing the eye 0 unavoidable suffering j With no alternative we tried to peril suaile ourselves that conditions be worse mIghtII The eightyseventh was cros eightysixth was mured but there came n time when both mind and body wearied of the whole problem of forced I I I resolution j The hard work of Igloo building was j i now a thing of the rla tonly one hadij i I I been built since leaving the pole and t I lostwhileIof the endless expanse of desolation The little silk tent now housed us sum I cleutly from the IIcy airs There were I still 50 degrees of frost but with hard II 1I I I THE FOLDING CANVAS BOAT sympathetic ened skins and Insensible nerve fila counts the torture was not so keenly felt The steady diet of pemmican and tea biscuits satinfactorygive a real filling sense but the was slightly reduced rather rnUonIIIf creased The change In life ter to summer which should take I place at about this time of the year IWIIS In our case marked only by a rhange In shelter from the snow house to the tent and our bed was 1 theiglooPres theThey have been married six years Does she think as much of him as she thought she would z Yes her affection Feeins to grow l Well his salary has been advanced every year J iJ C Ct dWomans Friend Nearly all women suffer at times from fei ailments Some women suffer more acutely afd youlittle e- i u should take Wine of Cardui and get relief Cardui is a safe natural medicine for wo prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable andUIf l It kr TAIE I UI J The Womans Tonic r yrrfesCarduif rz was taken with female inflammation and consulted doctor but to 1 k dok1 MSAiJi DRUB STORES M i CONQUESTAn OF THE NijRTH account of the finding off tt- hiscimI iczby Frederick A Cook and Com R E Peary U S Ng together with biographies of tile explorers and I a brief history of Artie discovery by ERNEST INGERSOLL WITHIiAND ILLUS1EATKKS FECK FEG1CUEAFES iALSO A YALLABLE 3PAGE SIXSHEET WALL CHART- A complete atlas gec raphy and history cf the world all uptodate and absolutely correct WILL BE GIVEN FREE WISH A YEARS SUBSCRIPTION TO IITHE HAZEL GREEN HERALD I AND THE LOUISVILLE HERALD I ITHEOFFER GREATEST OF THE SUBSCRIPTION SEASON Your Order To This PaperI ISend 325 111 THE LBXINGTON HBRALD- i Leading Morning Daily i of Central Kentucky J 5 BY THE YEAR 5 IfBy Mhil and When Paid in Advance to January 1911 I This offer holds good only until January 15 1910 After this date the rate will bo 0 per year or CO cents per month i f lor periods of IPS tlian 6 mouths J Tn clubs ot five 6or more the rate of 450 is allowed but this applies to new subscriptions only No commission iif allowed to agents or others on this rate Address THE LEXINGTON HERALD LEXINGTON KENTUCKY I e I