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J c 7 7 tV j jaSfek Aafckahftai J HE AZEI REEN En W EetnblfahedMarch 4 1885 Made Pamon In the Story of Josatfaanand His Ooatln tby Max ORell 0 e i 8 1tICVipersad JCCBR COOPKB Editr The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains A 100 a Year fin Ad wee = u =TVENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 0 1910 NIIbTBER 8 i It liiiflglon and Eastern Railway time Table In Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND = iiIvos 05 STATIONS Daily tX Daily anda3uuday Sunday Suudayonly ALe I PMLeIAMLed 10 lUll Jackson OU Junct d 15 pwII 25 pw iaw IIW Beattyve Je 7 II Iw O p- ai15 awTorrcnBridge 45 aril pu Bat Jnj11 48 am 3 57 plll 1I28101U Oapptoa 8 15 am 1 26 pmt 554 IUD Clay Clty1 IS 25 am I II 35 pm ItJ1UD FiKJnncnt 9 CO amII15 07 po 1ut3uw- Wiaeheetrr II 20 un 1012 aw- Lem art 9 123Wjj u U5 puilu25 rw or EAST BOUNDeJ11 o 4t NoI Daily andDuly ex IISTATIONS Sundayfli i Sunday I W PJLLTe1 I AMLye mSj 20i 131U11- I l II 8- pllEJmtctiou S 26 pm 7 pmml40LClay City 9 U2 IUD 350 1401 351 pmHIitnton1 9 10 am 4 30 pm 9 3S pm 4 35 pm 57 Torrentll62 9 43 IUD 447 pm 62 9 56 am 17 am510 pmu 6OS 610 pml90 OKJunCn19011115 am am CONNECTIONS L E Jt at two UUJ1Jb Noe I and will make connection with the C k OKy I torllt Sterling COPlo JuscTIO Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with tbe Mouiituju Central By tor Pine Ridge aud Cauipioii I SATTYvLLIi JClTION1raiDs No 2ywill make connection at Beattyville with the L and A Kailway for passengers to and from Beattyville n 4 K JUNCTION Trains Nos Sand 4 of eonnect with the O K Railway for local j stations on the O dt K Railway I W A McDOWiXL Uenerai Manager OHAHJCOTTOenPaas Agent t f O 1iiiRaliwaNTable is WEST BOUND i o21DillyI t 7rM Asa 0 27 PM AEE b 20 6 Cannel City 22 1235 Y 455 11 Iielechawa 20 12 19 a 45 131 Lee City 13 12 13 r 4 05 201Hampton 11 11 51 g 3 53 22 Wilhurst 6 H 44 t 3 10 27iO kKJunction 0 11 15 I 300 L Jackson 1105 EAST BOUND So 34 t I SI A 022 Dally eJ 11II l = Daily U Sunday f 1 Sunday 1 AKLuPMLvE j 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 37 10 withurat 20 1 51 925 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 t g 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 22 will make close connectioi with Not 3 and 4 for ttNOL21and Lexington and Eastern RaiJ M Superintendent L CONLEY IimaimigialHalftiiai- C l aaII No 1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 600amCamptonll30am s 200p m Campton 600pm No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 780 amCampn JunclO05am- 380pmCampnJunc 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes i connection with all L t E pas r enger trains I B F BOLINC IIUNDERTAKERI INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and 4 the adjoining countiea that he carri a tiae of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes sad everything necessary to put an style18pecialsupplied on 24 knurs notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones c l SEWELL C KOS- BNotaryt Public STILLWATER KYY Mara his professional serriees to citizen of W lfe County and solicits the patronage ol w1l0 anYtn legalpape to eea Ogee at JaM reelclesce oa BWInter m COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority not Ifoally distantfriends and BELKNAP I Bob Oditts house was burned a few days ago supposed to have caught from the stove While out hunting New YearsI day Charley Dunn was accidentally wounded by his brother D B Dunn ThR band mill has been shutdown iu since December 23 en ac count of Christmas and badweath but will begin in a few days A J Center recently sold hisI of goodc at this place to G Crase of Burkhat The goodsI wore invoiced Tuesday by Alie I Clemma Crase J L Burkhart an l LoganJan CORRESPONDENT A 1 Wild Blizzard Raging sulterlugoftedeathtoI I cold coughs and lagrippe theI terror of winter and spring ItsI danger signals are stuffed up i nostrils lower part of nose sore chills and fever pain in back of head and a throatgripping cough When grip attacks as you value our life dont delay getting Dr Kings New Discovery Out bottle cured me writes AL Dunn f iia Pine Valley Miss after bein laid up three weeks with GripdFqr sore lungs thma coughs colds its supreme 50c and 100 Guaranteed by alljI dealers CAMPTON Fred Hanks and sister are visit ing friends at Winchester this wek Walter Henry of West Liberty visiting Nathan Day and family The school closed here Friday The students gave a play Thursday and Friday nights- L M Brown of Muskogee Okla who has been visiting here returned home last week Miss Maggie Brown who has been here spending the holidays with her cousin Miss Nina Brewer returned to her home in Cincinnati Ohio Saturday Jan 3 BLUE BELL Have you a weak throat IfofI so you cannot be too careful You cannot begin treatment to early Each cold makes you more liable to another and the last is always the harder to cure If yo will take Chamberlains Coug Remedy at the outset you will savedmuch trouble Sold by all1 dealers LANDSAW Lizzie Dalton is very sick at this writing with something like fever Quite a crowd went from this place to Campion today it being county court day Mrs Logan Miller of Middle town Ohio in visiting relatives and friends here S C Rose of Stillwater where 18 last week and spent the time conversing with the many friends he has here- Cleveland and Grant Rose are expected in at any time from El1 mendorf farm where they have been for some time N L Combs of this place has been appointed deputy sheriff G W Sally and will assume t e duties of his office at once We are sending you two ne subscriptions today and expect send in some more soon The people here like THE HBRAU eaI W Combs and H J Spenc went to Campton today filled- y bond and took the oath of office for justice of the peace and ca stableAu illiamB has rented tI Hea Dalton feouse from E Kash and will move there at on and superintend the sawing at grinding at the latters mill The writer met with Mort Cec df Grassy creek at Campton to jay We are always glad to meet with Mort He always arnra a smile with him that makes a fe- lf low feellOOdi i jiiI t cTOyour items early BO tb y will reach our ofiee later thanTuetdky moroinglIondayZlpossible News received after that will importancewrite on one side of tbe paper only John S Pieratt of Grassy vis ited the writer and family Saaday MondayJohuthere being no chance to get lone some where he is hPCarter county We hope Mr Dickison will change his mind in regard to this as he is one of our very best citizens IRollh Combs Buford Swango 0andB Green Academy Sunday and Otis Teed the same place today Why is it that some people are still crying hard times especially to farmers when everything prodnc- I ed on the farm is high A few bushels of corn a few hogs cattle or a flood horse or mule to sell will fill the pocket wtll Farmers now is the time to hustle and quit going to the store fur meat flourlij and other things that should be J produced on the farmtJan 3 ANON Chamberlains Cough Remedy not a common everyday cough j remgfor all the troublesome and angerous complications resulting throatjLEXIE Bro Honakerand Bro McClure took dinner with HT L Childers and family Sunday Miss Estella Edwards and broth er Edgar of Trent were visiting on this creek Sunday James Perkins whoso illness nas been mentioned in these columns is able to be up again Walter Maloney spent Sunday with his father and mother New i ton Maloneyandwife W S Trimble left for Campton Monday where he will be for a week or so on legal busines J C Tremble of this place and Lum Cox of Toliver were guests Curtis Byrd and wife Saturday night- o Mrs Taylor Center was a guest 1 of her sister Mrs W C Trimble of this place from Friday until Sundayh Hazelbe 1 spent Satnrdaywith 1sun Clayton Center and family of this creek j Miss Ella Center ofHazel Green was a guestcfJierbrotberfClaytou Center andifamily from Saturda J until Monday Asbury James and wife were guests of her parents George Byrd and wife of this creek Saturday night and Sunday Curtis Rose and wife of this I creek were visiting her parents Joseph P Rose sad wife of noar 4 Hazel Green Saturday and Sun daybiseoaZola and Ruth Childers i were visiting their brother R A Childers and family and other relatives on Stillwater Saturday night and Sunday byPorter Lacy of this placeI iisI moving his family temporarily to Hazel Green to school his chit Lacytooccupy eI awayBro Honaker of Toliver and1I rGreen i preached very interesting sermon I at the Johnson schoolhouse Sun 1day Bro Honaker will preach at the same place the fourth Sun EverybodyP BERTIEdChamberJaips Cough Remedy iInever disappoints those who use it for obstinate coughs voids and irritations of the throat and lungsI 4 It stands unrivalled as a remedy for all throat and lung diMuetI Sold by all deftlen MALAGA James Spencers family aro low i with the grip W L Lawson got n fine mule i Monday with a logfJ Scott Turner has moved to Fro creek We hated to see himd leaveII visitinghispast week Isaac Combs and wife went to Campton on business They will return shortly j Misses Ora Lyons and Irvena Nunemaker visited the school at this place Monday Crockett Rose and wife visited i parents W L Hurst and wife Saturday and Sunday i A crowdof boys and girls met I nightAllTaylor Jones and J W Taylor Scrantou have been visiting H Lyons for the past few days Jan 8 SHARP SHOOTERt Saved at Deaths Deer The door of death seemed ready open for Murray A Ayers of Transit Bridge N Y when his life was wonderfully saved I was in a dreadful condition he yellow emaciated from losing 40 pounds weaker daily Virulent ver trouble pulling me down toff death in spite of doctors Then matchless medicine Electric Bitters cured me I regained the 40 pounds lost and now am well and strong For all stomach liver and kidney troubles theyre supreme 50c at all dealers- MURPHY I W D McClure closed his school 1 FridaySmith Nickell found a large beeI tree last week Chess Carter was a guest of J S Nickell last week Kelly Nickell closed his school at Pius Grove last week Superintendent Ellis Ward was I in this vicinity last week I Born to the wife of Floyd Rose I December 27 a fine boy JrM Murphy and family spent Sunday with J D Henry- A L Spence of Mt Sterling was here on business last week Chalmer Waldeck was a guest of Clay Wade Nickell Friday night A F Murphy has been confined- to his room with a boil on hiI handAlex Maxey who bas been sick for 4 few days is able to be outI againMrs Addie K Nickell sold her property at Ezel to Ebb Henry for 125 J F Havens bought the Hiram Greer tract of laud near Ezel for 525 R J Nickell made a business Libertyylast week J DHenry andfamily paid J M Murphy and family a visit TuesdayOur sheriff has collected all the taxes something that was never doqe before Chalmer and Golden Waldeck entertained a number of their young friends Saturday night JM Little of Maytown was in this locality buying Ihpss last week Hesays there are more buy era than hogs J S Nickell who has been ai the bedside 06 his friend Uncle Johns Oakley reports that he is somewhat better M V Cox and family of near Maytown visited Mrs Coxs fath placedaringMany winter crops of tobacco are being raised in this locality butwe do not think there will be any trouble in housing it 1G C Nickell and famjly who moptyagp e satisfaction of their friends Daniel Henryrand Stanley Den nis went to West Liberty Saturday morning where Stanley will go to school and Daniel well stay iu the bank Mn Lizzie Kash of Ezel gave I A candy party Friday night int 1 honor of her toq Everlie irko H i L3 will start for the Masonic I at Louisville Monday Tim members of Ezel Lodge 550 F it A MI met M cr27 l00cJuud elected officers J M NV M Chess Carter Senior en R L Motley Junior D S Rose Treasurer B F Secretary Hiram Howard Jan 8 GUESS J100 REWARD 8100 The readers of this paper will be to team that there is at lent one disease that science has been able to in nil its stages Hndlhat is catarrh Catarrh Cure is till only positive cure known to the medical fraternity being a constitutional disease requires a Rtitntional treatment hells Catarrh is taken internally acting diiectly upon blood and mucous surfaces of the thereby destroying the foundation of disease and giving the patient strength building up the constitution and I nature in doing its work The have KO ninth faith in its curative that they ofler One Hundred Dollars for case that it fails to cure Send for list Address K J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists Tale Halls Family Iilli for MURPHY FORK Mort Cecil paid Campton a iness trip Monday f Ben Murphy paid West a business trip Monday Mss Nora Pieratt was a nut guest of Miss Jane SundayAt writing George of Greasy creek has two very children Jim Halsey of near sold a yearling filly to Mil s I cum for 60 I Slas Helton the cattle left last week for Breathitt to buy cattle Last week Ben Murphy a young mule from Judge of Lacy creek Price private Last week Aaa Murphy of whilo killing hogs cut one of fingers terribly and is suffering muchMuch to the joy of all who her Miss Cora Murphy is able be about again We hope to see much better The noted horse jockey J Pieratt went to Campton to try to get up a big horse John is o k at the biz III Services will beheld at the Murphy schoolhouse the Sunday of this month Rev Ypcum will occupy the pulpit Cecil Hurt and family Sunday from a two weeks among relatives and friends tr Lee City Stillwater and points t Hon Dave Banks of was on the creek Sunday must have seen some of the hell as smilesRollie his face was wreathed Cecil and wife to their home oaGill more after spending the holidays Mrs Cecils parents W H phy and wife pa this creek Misses Golden Mnrpbyand gie Pioratt Kern and Milt ell Lee and vSee Rose and and Hubert Haleoy all of creek will attend the winter of Hazel Green Academy Miss Ura Murphy Clarence vens Kern Nickell Lee Rose Floyd and Troy Arnett were surly entertained at the home Ben Murphy and wife by their complished daughter Miss en time Sunday All report a Jan 3 POET Mafciig 141e SerEverywhere life Js being l more safe through tbewprk of Kings New Life Pills in cpn patios biliousness dyspepsia digestion liver troubles diseases and bowels Theyre easy but sure and fectly build up the health at all dealers STILL WATtFI S Hi Rose who has been for some time is able to be and out again A number of penple passed here en rants to Campton to tend countycourt The writer leaves today Beattyville undergo a m examination oar r for increase of rnr A c c Miss Stella A Edward the new ly appointed postmasterat Trout assumed charge of the ollico Sat urday Goorge W Sally was in tbisseo- tionItriday summonsing jjurors for the January term of the Wolfe Circuit court Breck Hou shell formerly a citizen of this creek died Friday morning on the Peg fork of Fro He had consumption Rollin Combe a son of N L Combs of Landsaw made a trip to Hazel Green Saturday to ar range to attend the winter term of Hnzel Green Academy The following folks visited Geo Buchanan and family Sunday JM Rose S H Rose and wife C + S Cecil and family of this creek and Bill Elkins and wife of Oklahoma J K Rose informed the writer Sunday that he expects toleave about the 10th iust for Nashville nn to accept a position us trav eling salesman for a clothing and notion house E T Kash usually known as Keener of Landsaw informed correspondent Friday that there is soon to be a dairymail from Stillwater to Malaga which be a great convenience Camptonand topped over flight with Col Edwards He was on route toIfazel Greento proceed = inUk rtieswhoWolfe Circuit court Col Spencer Cooper passed thru mpaniedby zetGreenfew weeks sojourn in Shelby r ville Ind where seas undergoing medical treatment and looked though he was himself again ii- Jan3 DOMINGO r Millietotress of piles Tbereenoleed torListen I suffered much from piles writes Will A ttrAl of Siler City N C till IgpVj box of Bucklens Arnica Salve and was sppn cured liras boils ulcers fever sores eczemaj cpta chapped hangs chilblain vanish before it 2pc at all dealers The Nuptial of Jip qiht i In Sumaflr county Tenn lives an Irish magistrate ajnariaf lib eral education and a full quqtof whiChhispa negro pair named Jim and 4 Bet called upon the squire tobeunit lythe f Lice of their coming be prepared P and actually used this unique cer emony Jim will you tale Bet regretTo i perishAnd 1 sod a So helpyoii God Jim having given the affirmative answer the squire torn d to Bet Bet will you take Jim And cling to him Both outand in Through thick and thin Holding him tbyurheatt Till deaf hdftpari t Bet modestly acquiesced and thV newlymarried couple waaJSie 1l iiThmuRhlifeeallematejoy1hac fe I now pronounce youjnkn and wife i leielAndduskydevilI I The busiesti andizightiest4jttle thing that eyeiuwaa1ma4e iaCJIiiijn berlainB Stomach and Lver Tfb at llate Tliep do the work wofettjrer you require their aidr be8Ggb datachangaerQaka9aeintoefgi1 h gloonlinesainttrjoyouettaea 1 so gentle one dont realize they have taken a purgative Sold by all dealers Spencer Cooper editor ofTks HAZEL GBEEN HKBALD published at Hazel Green Ify ha jrKeen thepastLof THE HERALD for the past25 thelgblioaread by hupdreds of enbeoribera in the mountain region of Ole t KaiuttsckShelbyville Ian Democrat Inc 28 10 l 3 a I- fi HE HERALD L Entered at the Hazel Green Poe oHJcenmeeonit cla matter Ir I SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY IHURSDAY Jan 15 1910 WOLFE COUNTY COURT 0 WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES 1 ADAMS Judge KKLLY KASII Commonwealths Attorney- I It HOLLOW Clerk Meets third Monday in January first Monday in May third Monday in Septem her WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CE TEn Judge G II STAMPER County Attorney KOBERT 1 CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October F MAGISTRATES COURTS District o IC M Fallen tnird Fridrl yin March June aejiteinner and Decem ber District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Frii day in February Slay August and No ember District o3S F Allen second Friday in February May August and November District No iI II Legg first Friday iin March May August and November District No5el l Hollnn second Friday i in March June September and December District No Gloy Hurst third Friday i February May August and November District 1oIB T Helton fourth Friday j in March June September and De cemb- erDiatrictNo8J1 Lovelace first Friii f day in February May August and No vember MORE RAILROAD TALK Eastern Kentucky About to be Given Opportunity to Develop Coal and Timber Resources Louisville Herald Railroad men and others inter Bated in the development of East ern Kentucky are unanimous in the declaration that there is more talk concerning new lines into that territory than in years If 1910 sees a continuance of favorable business conditions they add it will not be a matter of surprise to find many lines crisscrossing the virgin timber and coal section embraced in the territory between the Cumberland Mountains and the Big Sandy river on the east and the blue grass on the west There is a fair third of the state and from the standpoint of natural resources the richest third of all without railroad facilities of any kind The thirteen counties of Elliot Lawrence Morgan Ma goffin Knott Letcher Perry Ows ley Jackson Clay Leslie and Har j lan not to mention half a dozen others whose territory is barely touched by rail lines havent mile of rail among them though the timber and coal wealth which they possess is probably larger t than that of any other section of equal extent in the whole south t d1 gooFri4 1 minals of lines now in operation are several dotted lines indicating railroads which have been proposedI and for which preliminary surveys have in most instances already been made From Beattyville to OwsleyClayFrom Jackson to Whitesburtj iis traced oue which touches Breath itt Perry and Letcher counties and then continues through the mountains to Big Stone Gap Va Beattyville to the Big Sandy river is another prospect which it was intendedto run through Lee Ma goffin Wolfe Floyd and Pike coun ties Other shorter but neverthe less important lines have also been discussed at various times fa The railroad companies Ioflooked to for the major par the development of Eastern Kentucky are the Louisville and Nashville the Queen and Creseut t RailwaytOhio which is generally believed to be controlled by the Pennsylvania The Lexington and Eastern and the Louisville and Atlantic are not in a position to do much t developing unless they are aided t by one of the stronger lines men I tionedtt It is also current gossip that the Lexington andJ5nstBm js intending to extend from Jackson its j present terminal to the moun t talus going by way of Hindman A to Whitpsb g This road refer red to above has long bean talked of sad will be eighty miles long I It firevidant that a stronger Una ii 1Jck of tile Lexington and t alttn s matter ltis JJJOt1 tt1h J l t t generally understood that the Louisville and Atlantic which was taken over recently by the Louisville and Nashville will be extended into the mountains eithti ier immediately or not very far in the future shouldIl greater degree than they woul n have been a few years ago I I producedIl taken carp of by consumption ii- l inl markets fairly close by and it is certain that now mines which would be opened through the pro posed extensions would find an easy outlet for their coal limberYover the nets sections opened by rail roads of enormous value and will enable Kentucky to take advan tage of a lack of domestic hartl woods which is being felt by every consuming manufacturer and every lumberman Incidentally opening the country and transporting the logs will prove n profit able addition to the coal traflic which the railroads pushed into the Eastern Kentucky mountains are intended primarily to develop The Alleged Newspaper Subsidy Indianapolis mud Star Rep The idea of calling the second Mass mail privilege a subsidy to newspapers was not original with President Taft lie borrowed it from the ship subsidy advocates who are imploring us not to use that baleful word in connection with ocean mail contracts Borrowed or original however it does greatIIrenown The day will probably come when he will regret its use in a message to Congress for two reason first the newspapers are carried at a profit instead of n loss second the only subsidy in the premises is the unnecessarily tar contributions thus made to t railroads The government rate for carry ing newspapers is 1 cent a pound The express rate is ouolalf cent Some of the railroads where they carry newspapers packages direct without the intervention of the enormously prosperous express companies are glad todo it for onefourth cent a pound era c tioii companies carry them for half a cent Daily newspapers moreover handle their packages themselves without cost to the government At the Star office as at most o J fices the packages are weighed routed and carted directly to the trains the only trouble the goy eminent sustains being to have a postal official present to inspe the weighing The postoflice iisI out nothing for handling the pa pers but it gets its 1 cent u pound Congress will not accept without inquiry the presidents doc trine that the newspapers a postal subsidy The Postoflice Committees of both House and Senate propose on the contrary t to find out what truth there is in the generally accepted statenieit- a that the higher transportation rates charged the government than are charged the express com ponies even with the enormous profits the express business pays iamounts in effect to a subsidy of 25000000 annually to the rail roadsThe postal deficit is not causedt by the newspapers but what does cost the government a great deal1 is the immense volume of rnagu zines and socalled periodicals very largely made up of advertis ing matter which it carries long distances across the couutrywhere as the newspaper goes almost whol pubhcation 1 side to the problem also involving the public policy of encouragement for the dispensation of informa tion through the daily press The importance of thus fuciliatiug pop ular knowledge was fully under stood by Thomas Jefferson in this passagefromThe way to prevent these ir peot abuses of JEurope is to give the full information of these puliethese papers shall penetrate the whole mass of the people The basis of our government being the veryfirstright and were it left to me to de cide whether we should have aI government without newspapers or newspapers without a govern ment I should not hesitate a mo Bythlitman should receive those papers and be capable of reading them imperatIve secondclass mail privileges not by newspapers but by expensive magazine anti fake periodicals andsee that the rgilroads are paid no i I P 7rk more than proper rates for carry ing the mails It will hardly diverted from this duty by t questionable expedient of con- Plaint that the newspaper press i subsidized j UpnBack Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Drl KilmersISwampRoot the great kidney bladder remedy l j properties Swung f Root fulfills almost r i It pain in the back kdII I K neys liver I and I urinary corrects Jassl hold water and scaldingpain in passing iitt or had effects followinguseof liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up mn y times during the night SwampRoot is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney live or bladder trouble it will be found ju the remedy you need It has been thoroughly tested in private practice and has proved so successful that a special ar rangement has been made by which alll readers of this paper who have not alI ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book tellin more about SwampRoot and how to findoutifyouhavekid ney or bladder trouble When writingmenticn reading this generous J offer in this paper and send your address to = be reiarkjable Olrievery bladderI I j Dr Kilmer S Co rParBinghamton NY The regular frftycent I and onedollar size bottles are sold ball y druggists Dont make any mistake I but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the adI1 dress BinghamtonNY on every bottle REPORT Of the condition of THE HAZKI GltrF RANK doing business in the town Hazel Green County of Wolfe State geof Kentucky at the close of business heon the 28th day of Deeember1909- Ri OCCF4 Loans and Discounts with one or more endorsers as surety 27453 85 Heal F tate Mortgages 1700 included in Loans Cull Loans on Collateral Time I cans on Collateral US Bonds Other Stocks Bonds etc 800 00 Due from Notional Hanks 151 2 15 Due from State Hank and Bankers Due from Trust Companies United States and National Bank Notes 1103 00 Specie 1816 80 Checks and other cash items 129 JJ Exchange for Clearing House Ufo Overdrafts unsecured 1D1 815 Taxes laid- Current Expenses paid since July 1 i11 6 lira Estate Banking House 1049 Other Heal Estate eFurniture and Fixtures 2048 27 Other A sei8 not included un der any of above heads Total ola5i J9 LLtmLITIEEeCapital Stock paid in in cash 15000 00 Surplus Funds 70000 Undivided Profits 13S6 22 Fund to pay taxes Deposits subject to check on itDeposits subject to check on which interest is paid Demand Certificates of Deposits on which interest is paid Time Certificates of Deposits on which interest is paid Savings Deposits on which interest is paidOOOIO Certified Checks 00000 Due National Hanks Due State Hankgand Bankers 1Due Trust Companies Cashiers Checks outstanding Notes and Hills rediscounted Unpaid Dividends Taxis due and Amount Hills Payable of unpaidII its on hand Other liabilities not under any of the above heads l Total 513i5 9e STATE OF KENTUCKY County of WolftctI II H Patton Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that th above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief K H PATTON Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before medthis 5th day of January 1910 ily Commission expires April 2 1910 SEALJ S H KAsu PublicmCECILBlOSE Directors T M LEE j BRESSMAKINCMrs DressmakingEstablishment pared to make all garments for laaies wear and in connection she will be prepared to repair clean and press gentlemens suits there by making an old suit appear as Inew She solicits the patronage- of the public and guarantees sat manyfriendsrecognize the fact that she has had Iii4- fe 1 lt1OCi4o 1k wr YOUNG MEN TELEGRAPHheI Y I 1Beke Advantage of i Our Great Special Offer ILife Scholarship in TELEGRAPH TYPEWRITING and RAILROAD AGEN G reduced to 45 and f250 of stu flouts railroad fare paid Boys this is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to learn Ia first class trade that pays a go i r yeaInan has delightful climate 3000 inhabitants moral surroundings Students qualify in 4 to G months Our graduates POSITIVELY GUAKAX TEED POSITIONS paying 45 to 65 per month to start on Easy and prtdemand for Telegraph OperatoisslI Writo today for our Free C1papjo illustrated Catalog which gives full particulars TElEGRAPHYtBox 272 NEWNAN CA Over the Million Mark As citizens ot Winchester we are naturally proud of the citys- g successful institutions One of the most prominent of these as wellas one of the most success 3 is the Winchester Bank The at sets and liabilities of this ban have grown from year to year until they havo reached the proportions of a successful metropolitan bank With deposits of nearly three quarters ofa million with loans and discounts to match the total roaches over a million dollars Very little of this stock is ever offered for sale but when it is it attestingfngement is held The officers are courteous and accommodating the mploy 8 pleasant and capable anti all in all it is a pleasure to do buginea with this institution Winchester Democrat Headquarters JewelrySilverwure s at the Iflwest prices You can also have your eyes tested and fitted with glasses properly and priI ces it will not cost you a cent to be convinced AR MAUPPIN WATCHMAKER JEWELER CAMPTON KY FARM FOR SALE 0Farm of 200 acres more or less 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 grass Large orchard ever lasting fine water 5room dwell ing house halls and porches also tenant house For the next thirty days this farm will be offered at a Eary= E lars address ELLSWORTH LACY R R No 1 Rardin 111 Rare 0ODDDItUllitgi consistind garden and outbuildigs One of the GreenAlsore anythingof toolfs machineryWillseparatelyFor ad ROSEMarch jldj JiNVlIIIlnv I Ji snt to oc rs uoaeau 0 o0 qnJ uodmug raaruP11uJ4 W rat uajx2 gmos- agl utaapi e WYOI i- poq0aa 10J au eYem esI 31HVHMK POKVI JllUJrn t DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Ky Mrs LOU DAY Proprietor rlarlteandjligbted i j dUrI 6 Z 0Z7 C7 op0D d Y r pip QUl Milliner Opening f 9IYIO II dJ FRIDAY OCTOBER 2581SB OQOand continuing one week D 0 v = I have just received my Fall Goods of Millinery O Dry Goods and Notions Full line of Cloaks 0Skirts etc Everything uptodate Call and 4at i IVi seett UPSTAIRS FRONT ROOM CECIL BROS STORE O 11 f tooMISS FALAY LONG 4I IJ 2 a 7 f ogogoo 3I IAZE REENACADS jI I WINTER TERM BEGINS t TUESDAY JANUARY 41 i whicksj1 SCHOOL EXPENSES qi Tuition for term of eleven weeks r5lppGood Hoard 21001Furnishedi For further particulars address JVt Q C- ARTERrwwwiHIKE FOR HICKEY Hickey3Imeals in town ONLY 25 CENTS L GEORGE RICE I UNDERTAKERHAZELII I have several fine Coffins in m shop and am prepared to make I any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have I A Handsome Hearse I and will attend all burials when j so requested Public patronage isirespectfully solicited iI I 25tf GEO RICE The Wincnostof Bank KYNlli7lEr1SP00NPttaW hier P alOOOOOoOUndivided Handsome Depu lt of IVuller 11 aliOOOOOOOI I aceountsotmerchantsThis t I I Easterncustomeramostliberalterms I legitimate banking loct Sly JJH C IL WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I HAZEL GREEN KY I citeunacono afflictionOffice l I JUII Beak l r rr I- KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS syNew Discovery LIGUAXANTZDSTIBPA OB MONEY KBPTOWOX w Buy FURSNWe m4 wee FatheraTallow Serswax Cmeeaalii AWildJazabIisLdJLownillcUJdcmdobettKlar agent Q ccmm oa U Relcta J toy Bank ia LairOk Wan fur wnUr pace llid ud dining teu IM Sabel do si229EKattitSL LOUISVILLE KT 3 IFRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL1j TREEDEverythiltr T i ORCHARD LAWN and GW Catalog oat Applieatiea NeL1M HF HILLENMEYER SON LEXINGTON KY j R a 1 II i r o wj t Your Hair II ContraryIs awaycc I Dont punish it with a crueln brush and comb Peed it nourelI ish it save iti with Ayers HairII Yijor new improved Then your hair will remain at home on your head where ittt belongs An elegant dressingI Keeps the scalp healthy Dos not change the color vflhe halt Formula wltheMh boW y SLOW it t Tae ers blc hlm doctor kbw ItthndouIIsq- Ve I certtinly believe this or we would r Jitlay so Ayers Hair Vigor as noW 01Iit a peat preparation and pStopS falling hair Cures dlnaJfBJf Promotes the growth of hair- OdbrtheJ C Ayer Co Lowell MUM I I HERALDIr = John Henry Campbell is still on the sick list a Willie Cox of Greasy creeka vg in town Saturday Lum and George Cox of Toli rer were in town SaturdaySI Dont fail to see the play Saturday r night You will enjoy it sure W L Welch of Stantou wasfI I calling on our merchants Tuesday Widow Joel Gevedon moyed to the Alex Shockey farm near town last week Some subscriber will accommo ai by bringing us two bushels of corn in the ear Jake Fulks came oirer from Campton Tuesday to have his chil dren enroll in H G AIJSam Long of Montgomery coun ty spout the holidays here with his uncle John Wallis t Elmer son of Roly Clark of Toliver came up Monday and en rolled in school Tuesd- ayChlldran cryII FOR FLETCHERS l CASTORIA I Porter Center and Miss Juda Cox were married last Wednesday j December 29 by Rev Boone Cen terII John Henry Williams and famI r ily returned Monday from a two weeks visit with homofolks on White Oak i Mrs Pauline Palmer of Taller ga Lee county came over Monday and brought bet daughter to en roll in school Miss Lennie Hollon has the thanks of our better seveneighths for a plato of sweet crackers and lemon tea cakes Porter Lacy has moved into one 1f J T Days cottages on Broad r way a part of which is also occu LacyHI IThe H G A began its winter i term under most favorable con i ditions the enrollment for the i lust day being nearly 300 Miss Hattie Wheeler after clos MorganIleft for Hiram Ohio Monday r where she will enter school tf Mrs Tom Haddix has been ve sick for the past two or thr months but is slowly improving i I and time is able to sit up part of the I John Bohanan and family now a occupy one of the Pieratt cottages1 WTO1 the hill and James Dyer occnj- X pies the house vacated by Mr B 0of 7banan y Edgar Claypool and family off May town moved to the old hallI at this piace one day last week i andwill keep boarders for ti i school Mrs Lula Kash has the thanks of our better seveneighths for a bountiful lot of very delightful cake consisting of black and white L layer cakes It was really a royal treat from a right royal friend Also a dish of frozen cream filled i ith ever variety of traits and f s r A t II WHY GAS IS SHORT i Qu Iuitto NM S Owing to the heavy demand for 10bycadavmany was wholly inadequate for heating and purposes nndmuch and trouble was exporid Lexington Herald Dec31 bfawitralI1BntrmgaretIedhieverywhere fsteel0 othemen out of work G institutionscallsforWe kindly call the attention o ur citizens to the above clippings admonish all to be patient withour local gas company You willobserve that Lexington and even Pittsburg have been and ar suffering the same inconveniences that we are by the inexplainable failure of supply of natural goop not a real failure of supply but failure to flow through pipesI mains We Mt Ster tllinI aristocratic enough to be free froeI h periodical IelWell Known in Hazel Green A private letter to Sam Wilson Russellville Ala containedl of the following bit of news clipped from a paper published in that It town which will be read with incterest by the many friends of theS4 bride in Iazel Green where th family formerly resided QUILLIlIBJlEmiEJDn On last Sunday morning DecC 20at 1080 oclockat the Baptist pastorium Mr Wallace Qnillin Miss Cora Brenneman were united in the holy bonds of wed lock Rev J W Partridge speaking the beautiful and solemn wordsIe that blended the two happy hearth together as one for life The marriage was a quiet affair as two sisters of the bride and a few friends witnessed the ceremony and theytook their many friends by somewhat of a surprisetThe groom is a son f W 0 Quillin a former well known citiIl zen of this city is a polished and genial young man and his lovely bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrttr B F Breuneman is a beantif i and accomplished young lad They both have many warm pe squal friends who wish for them a prosperous and happy voyage over the sea of wedded lifeIThe Hazel Green Glee Club The Hazel Green club the drama Out of Bondage at Campton Saturday night January 1 to a large audience The play i is one of the best ever given by t the club It is something similar j to Uncle Toms Cabin repre 1 senting the ideas and customs the people in the days of slavery j Saturday was the first time they 1 had played it in public and it was well received by the large crowd present All played their part well and we can not specify any particular ones Suffice it th there was not a mistake made so far as the audience could she In deed they were cheered at the end of every scene The club desires to extend their thanks to the Campton people for the kindness they showed them while there Close of the Public School placeeewhich was taught by Misses Falay Long and Nancy Maple closed Thursday December 23 A very enjoyable entertainment was given Wednesday night December y2 and was attended by a goodly num ber The entertainment consisted recitations songs papers and drills by the pupils Prizes were awarded to the scholars who had at tended school every day during td session and the prizes were aware ed to Carl and Linden Kash Dewey and Mae Rose Iva and Lennie Hollon The total enrollment was abautIH L stDec31 between Campton an Bethel one black leather hand b jj containing two small pars ad about 250 in silver and one rote Finders will please return to Edna Shackelford and receive reward 4 a I H d L 1ifiedpo- lice court the evil doers are on the out He gives the boys good ution nV Mrs Everett Back and little HallieDay of Cannel City have been visiting Mrs Backs and mother F N Day and wife for the past weekaAndy Blankenship has moyed s family into the W T Caskey Drew Godsey place in order to send his children to II A for an educationtI Miss Nannie Brewer who lives with the editor and his better fatherfBrewer of Laurel Sunday Her escort was Ollie Murphy of Grassy creek Hiram Blankenship killed a hog 1 500epounds It was too heavy for the I men to hang up so they laid it onII the snow coveted ground and dis emboweled it I Curtis Pieratt of Grassy has thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for some nice J I apples and a fine pumpkin from which we had some old fash ioned Josh Billings pies The Hazel Green Glee Clubwill present their latest drama Out l Bondage at the college build ing Saturday night January 8 is the boat ever given by the Everybody will come out to You dont want to miss it 3IAfter an absence of about a at a sanitarium Spencer returned home last Sun i day Having sustained a veryI heavy tall on the ice covered conI crete walks in Shelbyville IndI he is somewhat stove up this week next week he expects to get on deck and take charge oft THE HERALD end make it shine forth again in all its pristine gloryA J Center who left this coon several years since and who his been living at Old Albuquer que New Mexico died sometiwe last week His remoras were ship back to his old home and the vlhutial was Sunday or Monday- r the interment being at his fathers farm He was a brother of Dr G M Center and Boone Center both of our town The cause of death was tuberculosis from severaldyears THE HERALD has been mud complimented on its corps of coun try correspondents and this is one feature that adds greatly to tb popularity of the paper Most off ourcorrespondents have been faith fnl and true with their weekly con tributions and we wish to thank them for their efforts in making TIlE HERALD one of the most iin teresting newspapers in the moun tains of Eastern Kentucky Welt hope they will continue the work during the coming year and help to make THE HERALD more popu lar than ever by sending us all the news from their localities as early in the week as possible I Liberal Terms I am representing the largest retail clothiers in the world and am prepared to dress smart men in the most fascinating manner in the latest popular style and on easy payments Call on or write and I will serve you at the earliest date BURNS ELAM Agent Box 81 Hazel Green Ky CASTORIAfor Infants and Children BHcdII Bears the Jr 7Signature ofI fk44 CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY Mothers who value their own comfort a the welfare of their children should never he without a box of Mother Grays Sweet Powders for Children for use throughout CureIFeverisbntss Constipation Teething orders Headache and Stomach THESE POWDERS NEVER FAIL by all Drug Stores 25c Dont accept any beLsent FRFE to any nother who Al le P So Olautrad Le Hoj N Y A I KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled After examining 200 head of cattle in I Mason county W F Wynian assistant I state veterinarian says he only found I nine affected with tuberculosisI Upon returning to his home near Up ton in Hardin connty Earl toss was aulted and knocked down by a thief II who was concealed in the barn He iis I in a serious condit nii Two young men named Goodpaatcr I and Kincaid were out hunting in Hath county and were uccidently shot liy a thirdnimrod who did not know of the presence of the other two While MM Will Lancaster of Uravps county was out hawing a pail of water the clothing of her little threeyearold boy caught fire Its eyes wire burned out and its tongue burned to a crisp The large stock barn on the Patchen Wilkps stock farm near Lexington wax last week completely destroyed by fire together with twentynine fine broodmares entailing u loss estimated at w5O 000 John W King aged 111 and Mamie Blythe aged 14 were married at Mays ville December SI 1909 The youthful couple had the consent of their parents and the bride was accompanied by her fatherIA fsve year old daughter of Andrew Taylor a farmer living four miles west of Owingaville fell into a kettle of ho water at her horse and was severely i not fatally scalded before aid caul reach her- James Singleton a Bourbon county farmer sold his tobacco in Paris and displayed a large roll of dills in a Ktloou He was soon afterwards found in an un conscious condition with his head badly cut and minus his roll + Again the open grate fire conies to the front this time being Mrs Mary Kiev ins of Bath county whose clothes cough lire from an open fireplace and before aid could be rendered was so badly burned that death may ensue Sherman Hunt a young man living near Owingsvillc was examining a pis tol that he knew wasnt loaded when iit- t was discharged the ball striking u boy named Lee McCnaty in the thigh maL ing a painful and dangerous wound M1 C Rankin commissioner of agri culture is working on the program for the State Farmers Institute which meeU in Frankfort the latter part of February He has secured several good lecturers and many others have agreed to lle present Oscar Hinton a student at the Louis villa Medical college who was shot iin the mouth by a highwayman in a fit of coughing coughed the bullet out of his month Physicians had failed to locate the mixsile and say he may die His home is in Paris 1Uobert Walters a resident of Larue county was accidently shot and killed while hunting He was walking over n guhu was discharged He died a few hours after at the home ofa farmer where he had been takenIeEmmtlt Craycraft a young Mason county former accidently shot stud kill ed himself while hunting He hud climb ed over a fence and was pulling his gun through when it was discharged The entire load struck him in the face and the top of his head was blown off The edifice of use Methodist church South at Paris was completely destroyed by fire loft week The church was dedicated in 1897 and cost over 20000 The last payment was made about three years ago in the presence of the entire congregation Insurance JfiOOU Step- I have already been taken to rebuild A herd of feeding cattle belonging to Ittese Owings of Bath county got into a field in which tobacco had been grown the past season and as a result of catingI the stalks six of them died Whether the tobacco killed them or whether some of the paris green which had been used on the weed still lingered in the stalk iis not known Students of the Kentucky Normal and Industrial Institute at Frankfort are developing a taste for manual training and are showing a decided tendency to wardskilled labor pursuits so reports the president of the college and he wants the legislature to give him more money so that he can make better mechanics of the students C C Folge an aged carpenter war ed his wife not to visit James R Eaton in his shoe shop near their home ini Lexington She went Fogle found l1rI there and struck Eaton with a club Eaton shot Fogle in the thigh Fogle limped home got a gun came back and filled Eaton with buckshot Both mead U are in the hospital Chamberlains Cough Remedy is a very valuable medicine for throat and lung troubles quickly breathbo ingand a dangerously sounding cough which indicates congested tango eI The mud You Have Always Bought and Which has been Iin use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his sonal supervision since its perIIAllow no one to deceive you in All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against ExperimentI What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor on Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays FeverLshness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS SI Bears the Signature of I i tThe Kind You Have Always Bought- InI Use For Over 3O Years THC 7INTAUII COUFNT TT HUlllUk THltT NW VOUKCITV IS ITtho oldest and tho largest banks that are the safest Observation and experience answers NO 1 Then deposit your money in a bank that is under control A bank that loans its money in small sums well distributed i and well secured A bank that is conservative and will protect its depositors This oppr rlunity is offered you by The HAZEL GREEN BANK E F CECIL President R H PATTON Cashier WINTER i- sCOMING and we are now prepared to help you get ready for it Our Fall and Winter line of MILLINERYDry is complete An Elegant Display of Beautiful Pattern Hats Trimmings Shaps etc A Beautiful Selection of Tailored Suits Ccats and Skirts Ifor Ladies Misses and Children Nothing but the best and latest to sell you Prices reasonable You patronage solicited h trulya MAPEL TROY Kash Johnson KashDEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c s HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the 4 nu v 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 cnnd especially their f HAMILTONBROWN SHOES il fornWOMEN AND MEN and soil them at the lowest margin of rofit 1 All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes of our former immense stock including in the lot some very fine and many pairs of suitable farm shoos every pair a bargain will be sold At Cost and Carriage and Even Less BASH JOHNSON KASH m QtyWREtiAOaa- l IIIIr d L AND HIDES 1MtjnaADWd WdtelirgrtesSets4Usmr hr-a4SiTt tY It oN x rte If A t7 1 ir=u i Nervous Prostration 1 suffered so with Nervous Prostration that I thought there was no use trying to get well A friendrecommended Dr Miles Nervine and although skeptical at first I soon found myself recovering and am today well MRS D I JONES 5800 Broadway Cleveland O Much sickness is of origin Its the nervousII make the heart force through the veins the lungs take in oxygen the stomach digest I food the liver secrete and the kidneys Tilter the bileJJ If any of these organs are weak it is the fault of the nerves I I through which they get theirii strength Dr Miles a specific for the nerves It soothes the irritation andassists in the generation of nerve force Therefore you can hardly miss it if you take Dr Miles Nervine when sick Get a bottle from your druggist Take it all according todirections and IfIt j does not benefit he will return j your money I I 300600 I I IN CASH PRIZES TO AGENTS OF JTHE WEEKLY ENQUIRER I WOF CINCINNATI OHIO tides a Liberal Commission tha will insure to Solicitors 10000 a month and letter 1 Cash prize of S 0000 1 Cub prize of 30000 1 Cash prize of 20000 1 Cub prize of 10000 II 4 Cash prizes of 75 each 30000 j 4 Cash prizes of 60 each 21000 8 Cash prize of 50 each 4000040 12 Cash prizes of 25 each 30000 11 Cash prizes of 15 each 1 500 7 Cash orlzes of 10 each 7000 SO Cash prizes amounting to 257500 EXTRA STATE PRIZES 1 Extra pure for Ohio S 10000 1 Extra prize for Indiana T5GO 1 Extra prize for Illinois 5000 1 Extra prize for Kentucky 0000q1 tlWwt4 vjnamedtsGRAND79 Cash prizes amounting to 300000 The Liberal Commissions paSolicitors wwillamount ofsuch cash prize thus insuring all against loss if only ten year Subscriptions are obtained The General News and Subscript tion Agencies are barred from thihicontest Hence Solicitors have no occasion to fear opposition from that source Send for terms Ret an early ttart1I Earnest work will bring you 500 a day ENQUIRER COMPANYCINCINNATI O AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY of TI- LETOLEDO BLADE fTOLEDO OHIO Newspaper CIRCULATION 200000 1lc Popular in Every State tlfindsi jnat1 Itisj million people Its field is not circuin scribed by State boundaries but involves the length and breadth of the United States claimingpaper in the country fAmilrlIewspaper i 1 Americanfulfilthisj omelhe 2- nprebensive manner and the various depart tuente of The Blade are edited with pains iolightt 4 TldiceIjadOntook of information tbe Farmstead colp awns are conducted with the purpose o the medium for the wchaagetYopics No de eot is neglected bulb TIofi t ji ageirSample the JME mLkDfyTolQify QfiloJI a s ido + vf Il ii 1 j TheI Conquest 3 By Dr FREDERICK A COOK Copyright 1909 by the New York + Herald Company Registered In Canada In Accordance With Copy right Act Copyright In Meat i ico Under Laws of the + of Mexico All Rights RepublicI o o o a o aII my wakeful watches to get IINpeep of the sun at just the right moment I was kept awake during I UIIIItorone of these Idle moments there tune It solution of the utility of the dogs tall a topic with which I had been at play for several days It Is quoted lipre at the rlste of censure bemuse It j THE MUSK OXEN OF JONES I IIs a t i il riise fc r lives rtilhI cannot fe iiiutritid ttienvise Seem ing trivialities acre tired upon as j dogathe caribou nail the hare each in its qwn way succeeds very well with but Ii dwarfed stub Why dog nature In the dog expand Its best effort In grow tlug the finest fur over a seemingly useless line of tall bones The thing lb dLstlnctlve and one could hardly conceive of the creature without this accessory but nature In the arctic does of often waste energy to display beau j es and temperament This tall must 4re an Important use otherwise It soon fall under the knife jImportedhto I of the tog from warmer lands where I i Its giving erred a useful purpose In j time A nose made to breathe air requires some protection lu I e tar north Xo animal fells this shortcoming as much as man Thei tallythe time when I made this discovery a cold wind sharged with cutting errs le brushed the pact Each dog had s back arched to the wind and his face veiled with an effective curl of his tall lie vas comfortably shielded I from Icy torment by an appendage I utapted to that very purpose On May A G Heavy we SnowstormII foy the coming of unIJ I usual gale The wind had been steady iI and strong all night but we did notii treed Its threatening increase of force uuil too late It came from the west as usual driving coarse snow with needle points The Ice about was old and hummocky offering a difficult line march but some shelter In the I strongest blasts we threw ourselves I over the sled behind hummocks and gathered new breath to force a few miles more Finally when no longer able to force rAe dogs through the blinding drift we j sought the lee of an uplifted block of j Here suitable snow was found for a snow house and a few blocks were cut and set but the wind swept them away like chips The tent was but It could not be made to stand the rush of the roariuy tumult In sheer despair we crept lute the tent without erecting the pole Creeping into the bags we then glowed the flapping silk to be burled by the drift ing snow Soon the noise and dlscptn fort of the storm were lost cud we enjoyed the comfort of an Icy grave Aq elllcicnt breathing hole was kept enoughjI Irift A new lesson was thus learned fighting the battle of life which wan I ifterward useful Several days of Icy despair now fol Jlon1beI Ietooj j dullyfIneltableCampambition sank to the lowest ebb the atmospheric uurest were added I I thedepressingBjtton JOor jsany days no observa 4 i C + O O O + b + I of thek1 I iIrI to Long Delays by Open Z Water Drifting o- nt FloesDogs Sacrificed i+ i and Sleds Abandoned 0I+ + + e + + + o+ a e vo- tJons had been possible null our loci tlon could only be guessed at The maddening struggle was dally forced while the spirits were pressed to the vergo of extinction Now that the object of our trip hull been accom plished much of the Incentive was gone At times It seemed as If our lifts work hud been accomplished and to hove lulu down for the final sleep would have been easy but the fettle SOUND fires of the homing passion kept the eye open IAt tho Eightyfourth ParallelIOn May 4 the sky cleared long Ito enuIIhIivy us a set of laralltljnellrI new lands were hidden behind a TheII mist The Ice was much crevassed I and drifted eastward ITllc puck was sufficiently active toI jj j tlwlIhIllrls I progress j jThere remained on the sleds scarce ly enough food to reach our caches uu dallyrIOn pole to here we had only been able to make twelve miles dally Now our strength even under fair conditions did not seem to II be equal to more than ten miles The t outlook was tar from hopeful to me I 1thouh the sight of the cleared sly infused new courage into Etuklsnuk iand Ahwclab AtTryfng to make the best of our hard lot a straight course set for tlift musk ox lands of the inner cross i the parallel we found to the west of a large tract j ndill The ice cluing j to small Melds The i rose to zero and a mist ob scured the heavens dog was reduced to n three Y pun wv found ourselves far down In grown Irince Gustav sea with openi water ind Impossible small Ice as i arrier between us and Helberg Iliiid i With the return to Annootok raced en by the j westerly drlit our only alternative go south with the ice We hoped j j I Ito I L k 3 110 II liM N i In this course to find game for food i and fiiil The Scottish whalers enter LanciiFtir sound and touch at P rtjj Leopold The distance to this point was shorter than that to gad by this route II hoped that I could i l return to Europe during the same 1JUS I Passing through Hassel sound lW I UVMI the Uingtifs Tennis boars n seals were secured and slowly ye- uuvcd I southward over I II1111lII prigress was slow but the drift ctrlwl us along 1 At Pioneer bay we were stopped bCy a jam of small ice over which sledding was Unable to wait for the Ice to move because no large game 0was here secured we crossed In early July to Jones sound Here I Mir game was found There was N open water and the folding wetEE boat was spread for use Cnable to feed the dos they given1 the freedom of their wild pro genitors the wolves One sled was left here the other was taken apart and placed In the boat adIventure by boat tutu sled during which our last ammunition wits expended In securing birds for food After that by looped lines and birds were still captured Early in we were beset on the shores of Itatiin bay with neither food fuel nor Sew tIm plements were shaped and we retur fed westward to Cape Sparbo to seek t- I a place to pitch a winter camp A j rbearThus food fuel and skins were secur j Ieti and death by famine was averted x The winter and the night of 19089 We IHOMEAGAIN DR COOKS ARRIVAL IN NEW YORK I was IngI eightythird southward temperature persistent reglsterman and QIceheightsAttwentyCas Impossible Iiicruu Greenland JeltrI Norwegian Impossible slingshots September ammunition tbones were spent preparing Qed and equip iuojt for the return I On Feb 18 1009 we started with a remodeled sled and reached our camp i ut Auuoutok In the middle of prUIj I andMoldpolelktansoJ jI e afteMr I thmy were intrusted to his care Anxious to Nomailaufl and sea fromtluI DanIsbJ 1 1ii t isGet Well tagIfyou are sick you wish to get well dont yam s painQimiseryml If your illness is caused by female trouble tii can quickly get the right remedy to get well I halollevedyou from some female trouble 1- L TAKEkI k tt r For Womens Ills I J llrs Fannie Ellis of Foster Ark suffered agony for serai years Read her letter about Cardui She writes I was skkjiw j seven years with female trouble Every month I would very near die with my head and back I took 12 bottles of Cardui and jinj cured Cardui is a Godsend to suffering women Try it AT ALL DRUGSTORES a J lij = = 00 C i MORGAN COUNTY i1 1 NATIONAL BANK iii OF GANNEt CITY KY JJ tCAPITAL 82500000lI1t SURPLUS BOOOOQ lUNDIVIDED PROFITS 4873ihl DEPOSITORYndI J tt J SOLICITEDiyey t K1 ft L CONLEY President JOE C STAMPER Vice Fri CDSTER JONES Cashier11 tss- N THB LEXINTO HERALD r Leading Morning Daily of Central Kentucky If 5 BY THE YEAR 5 By Mail and When Paid in Advance to January 1911 nThis offer holds good only until January 15 1910 After l monthnfor periods of less than 6 months 1 In clubs ot five 5or more the rate of 450 is allowed but this applies to new subscriptions only No commission j allowed to agents or others on this rate Address THE LEXINGTON HERALD b LEXINGTON KENTUCKY 4 t u CECIL BROSii Dealers in General Merchandise etcOur complete and upto date of youwillTHE BEST BRANDS OF PRINTS at 5c a yard 1 TO I SILKS AND SATEENS at 100 PER YARD r OUR NOTION DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE 1 I have altte added a tike line of iERCOATSto j waYouto you Dont fail to call andaeelI SAMPLEIAnnounce to the citizens Haz i jestreceivedLADIES S OES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc 4 and that their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Goods Notion s a aff SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc t r Wwhich they invite inapeotioa r 1 3 y ol