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or hi education Part of the incon is to bo reserved until the totalI hatches 2000000 and the trust deed reserves the right to add toI I I c tmSecurities porations are set aside for the trust Friends of Mr Schmidtapp sltyof that the trust was decided by himI jlffcer a recent visit to New York and niter learning of tho testirnol in the Thaw murder trial Street Railway Sold at Decret Sale j irtr fbllctur0n G A lliifceh president of the Fifth National Bank of Cincinnati purchased at tliletalsale the entire holdings of the Henderson City Railway Com1 ixtnyitt an upset price of 80000 I tile represented Cincinnati bondj holders who purchased the pro perty in selfdefense There are 100000 in bonds now outstandingJ against the company which makes the sale price less than fifty cenLII on the 101111 P- Washingtons 1 Birthsay in The j Schools of Italy The Government tins issued 1in struction that the directors of all schools explain to theirstudcnts Washingtons birthday tho meaning and importance of the celebration tf this day in the United States The instructions close with these i es I countriww t aspire pence us so premc uin t 4 I h 1 1Censures Officers I Gen Kuropatkin in his historyI jf the RussoJapanese Wnl which lilts been issued in spite of efforts he Czars government to supersit hits been published lie gives high praise to his late enemies he Japenesc find to the cotn S SlltcIofl1JItlQn1restI JAP LABORERS BARRED FROM MAINLAND OF UNITE D STATES Frisco Officials Agree to Permit Japanese Children to Attend White Schools Japanese children are to be ad mitted to white schools of III Francisco under certain rest1c tions skilled and unskilled labor ers coming from Julian are barredl om the mainland of the United States and American skilled and unskilled arc to be ex eluded from Japan This is ti basis of the agreement between President Roosevelt Secretary Root Mayor Sehmitz and the St 11I Francisco School Boardllns an ad justment of the antiJapanese agii tation brought about by the segre gallon of Japanese children in the schools of San Francisco leThe agreement means that tiltI schools of San Francisco will 1 be conducted in the scale manner tas they were before the Board of 1 j stuOctober providing for the segre gallon of tIlt Japanese excepting that adult Japanese who arc in primary grades must continuo the Oriental schools and that Ju i Cause children under sixteen years age will bo admitted to classeslug with white children of their oftttusI ages j tyn ll TO t1PAXl9hmI tial10 Board as amended reads children of alien birth it is freclyTulmittod that the resolutionI i will apply only to the Japanese inIthe wording was to make it plainI to tho Tokio Government that noI discrimination was intended againstL i tfapanose children Mayor Schmitx said This iis only a temporary llgt merit President Roosevelt has given us direct and positive assur ances that ho will ait once hc I negotiations with Japan for UmI purpose of bringing about a now treaty that will exclude Japanese ffromjj I PestsonBy a vote of 7f to 130 the House I on conimitteo of the whole on tho I agricultural appropriation bill has I increased the appropriation fortthe Bureau of Entomology from Vii Ii 000 to 118008 in order that scicn j1 rifle investigations may bo made of j the white fly pest of Florida tho thripsthat1 I California and the tobacco insectt l oofwhich devastate II regions of Kentucky and Tonnes ee I J In 190JJ our sales to Cuba were j 2V 04417 Last year they were 4G491flM an increase of practi ally 100 per cent since effect was icn to the reciprocity treaty lcttlmay Chu 1s1nndr= It toroo t tft + 10 I tt i+ u v s IJ THE I BURLEY LOOSE i P fti 1 TOBACCO WAREHOUSE 1 a 1 of f SOUTH BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY 1 I 111IdasH c ofIc5tnent quartersfori T tlERMS1 per j I rounds when price iis satisfactory no charges on re JAl i linsL F FM J YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED eaa Q t j S I It A fINE ADDRESS RELATIONS Of EMPLOYES TWO FtylD TO TIIE ROAD TO THErtJBtlC How to Please How the Roads hoMaythe People uThe representatives of the freight and passenger department of the Soudncrn Railway Company were brought together in Atlanta on February 13th at the request o scS them in part as follows toduties bringyou into per sonal and doily contact with the lines of the Southern Railway an as one who has filled positions which some of you are now filling gropes to speak to you briefly of the relations of freight and passer get agents to public Your duties are of twofold nature You owe duties to the railway company by which you are employed und youl owe duties to tho public These rc1c ilt in conflict or divided allegiance The general ofllcers of a rail way have unfortunately too few opportunities for meeting and talk tomgi with the people who era de Iranp1 s portation services Tim man hit1 business relations with the roadI a rule conies into personalI con- jjtict with the local representatives of the traffic and operating depart meats The policies of the railway ore formulated and mapped out by tho general officers but the 1111- 1ation i c of these policies to spccil turiinsactions must Ibe intrusted in tlie main to Wren iii tho field It foll j lows then that you hero in n subI stantial sense the reputation of thei Southern Railway Company for fair aiH just dealing in your hands Whether tho company shall be popular or unpopular depends cerury large measure upon your atl i tude toward the public and upon your trcatmentof those doing busi girt11esslrith the road It is of su preme imiortance therefore that you who daily come into intimate itorsonal contact with the public bear in mind constantly that I is Ute unvarying policy of t company to bo just and fair to I nliheto allI the small shipper and the occasional traveler as well as to the large shipper told the regular traveJer that you should always bei considerate and patient foul thatt you should do all in your power to make the services of the road stiLli5 factory to those for whom they mv performed All classes of tho publicshould1 be treated with c consideration and1 nndIenIj unreasonable demands should not be dismissed itha curt refusal He may not know that what he asks iscitharinllossillearuureasonnbloand lion jiointing out to him why his wishes cannot be complied with send him away a friend of tIwllt road instead ofu AYhile everything fuultfinderII be done for the accommodation of those doing business with the road care should be exercised not to promise the impossible in tho way facilities or St failure to fulfill IiCtiWhenIIi lows the man who 10 to shift responsibility to tins operating or sonic other depart or officer but tho damage i lotto to the reputation of the rOUlII cannot be easily remedied Ques that seem to you to be trivial nary be considered of much impor ti1nGQ by the peisons usiuug them i and tiioy should Ibo answered patience and courtesy inIIThe efllcicncy of theI service j a whole depends upon the efllcicncy of each individual ofllcial and employee Every agent and employee should study his duties in detail and shouldunderstand thoroughly just what ho is to do in tray con tingency that may arise He should1 thou neglect no detail of his duties wever unimportant it may seem him for no matter how careful ly and minutely duties may bo prescribed by the general oilier the ineglect of some apparently minor detail may load to serious or possibly to disastrous results Qr even w canfprescribedd1 I company to law puny of tho relations between the irailways nUll t e public are now regulated stldl i every and em ployeo of tho Southern Railway Company must understand that its business affairs are to bo conducted at nil times in strict accordance with the laws ofF the land No transaction or practice that is for bidden by the laws can be permit ted andas I tun sure you ullun dcrstand thero must be no reso to evasion of any kindgAs representatives of the Southern Railway Company youI should bear in mind at nil times the basic fact that tho interests of tho railway and of those served by it era identical and that they arcI taiI1 way can prosper only as a rosu It of the prosperity of communities by which the demand for transportation is increased and the pros paritY of the South can continuo I and can be brought to tho highest udis1 u cilijjicnt transportation fa tthlanI every being malt to sup plyI additional facilities and more efficient services nothing is tau re important than that the truth this proposition should be realied busineiuss intoithoroughly understood t railroads of the South und the people will be brought together in mute harmonious cooperation for the development of the natural resources of the South and for tho expansion ofall lines of industry The ns phesengor are in a position i to do much to bring about this mutual good understanding and this harmonious cooperation for tho upbuilding of the territory traversed by the lines of the com pony Your careful attention to the wants of the people and your considerate OllChnving ofitscommunities along its lines My personal experience con yinces mo that the people as a rule are fairminded and when fully i formed can be relied upon to deal justly with the transportation ii forests I feel sure that it is only noc essary to direct your attention tho importance of your relations to the public and that we shall have your loyal support in carry ing out what a the policy of the company the building up of thoroughly efficient t1l1lsll01 system on the solid basis of hari 1 monious relations with the people along its lines There is another point to whichj I desire to call your specialtt ltr tendon uTho management of the South ern Railway has been confided to us as a high clad sacred trust ThisI trust is not confined to the President the general ollicers 01 the BoardIIof Directors It applies with equal obligation in his sph of action to the humblest enlpla e as it does to the highest lKach 1 has his duty to perform and in the performance of that duty he liI1 aged in the performance of a trust in respect to it The brake man cannot perform the Presidents duty nor can tho President per form the brakenmns Each nu do faithfully his own duty and only in the honest and faith iperformance of duty hull c tthere come u proper measure ofj uccessThe railway and the public t entitled to tho very best that is in our employes from the high test to the lowest they ore bothj untitled to demand that than shall 1 bo no lukewarm or limited semi 1V 1 but that the heart of our employes shall be in their workX111 of us Ih have voluntarily undertaken 11In duty in respect to this property ofandi the railway and the public should receive from each off us fullt ifwd faithful performance unwnghe all stt tand coOperation a spirit in which each man will recognize that lit is identified with the railway undi will earnestly and honestly workJ for its welfare Only in this way can we successfully administer the trust which has been confided to USn Any skin itching is a rem ioi tester The more you scratch the worse it itches Doans Ointment cures Niles eczema any skin itch ing At all drug stores 1011 It Twocent Travel In Nebraska The State Senate uraninunisly trI passerfiuetiThc only argument against it was forI postponement 1wA fl i W tt r i r5 a 3pfi tip H 3JII p r- ff i j JI I JJ J W JONES bab S F I A1J T3 I Ir Ir M J J ij a- E yt j E tL r p I 11- l g f8 a a CONSUMPTION t 11Ih Mainly Caused by Chronic Colds tland Hangingon Coughs d loA prominent New England nci entist lull given a good deal ofIitime to the studof consumption and finds that comparatively few eases ore hereditary allostlv all are caused hl1eg UltICCICIcoughs and colds which gradually weaken the whole end nionary system and before lice pie realize it theta is a diseased spot in one lung spitting blood soon follows and eventually a col lapse Such an unnecessary end such 11 Ptot for all could have been so different Wo know of many in stances where our valuable curl liver preparation Vinol has been most beneficial in such cases ohs I t areVinol is able to cure hangingon colds stubborn roughs strengthen i1 the lungs and thus prevent tho ilovelopmont of consumption bo cause it is the mostl perfect1 cod ver preparation over compound ed it contains no oil or grease to upset the stomach yet it dues con iloin every on of the fifty odd mo dicinal curative oloments actually f tonic1stI I I iron uOdud11e ask tell Mt Ster IIliug people to try Vinol for weak Itstiltl colds or run down tool debilitated conditions 111111will pay for flit totbonolit How can we express our faith in Vinol more emphatically W S ILloyd Druggist NmK While we ore solo agents for Vinol in Mt Sterling it is now l jfor sale at till leading drugstores nearly every1 town and city 111 the country ILook for the Vinol agency in your towni140 Bushels of Corn fer Acre f This groat yield was made in II linois last season Tho variety was purebred Boone County White one of the greatest yields of high igrade white ecru in existence Our renders who intend to plant bottom lands or old fields cant miss it by planting this splendid corn L C Brown of LaGrange III has the finest seed of this vari ety for stile Send to him for a free sample m To Wind lip Affairs in Bankruptcy a J At Columbus Ind Gcorgo Pence was elected trustee in hunk ruptcy for the ilannoy Manufact uring Company to which tho citi zees subscribed 100000 for pre erred stock last yearJhe factory to bo moved there from Ottumwu Iowa TIll factory was muted but has never tUJlledu wheel The Columbus people are expecting to realize about ti5 percent on tho dollar for Improving L N Road M II Smith president of tho Louisville Nashville Railroad Company says that a rough esti mate of the capacity needs of his road fur the coming live yeais is 100000 but tho campany cannot ohtailllll of vJThis1 money WOII IIII duclion of grades IIndCllrHt illtllnllsinlI bettorJi Want No Whiskey at Lawrence burg County ludgoJ J John li Sheloy has ordered an election to be held in Lawrcnceburg on March 25 to take tho sense of the voters as to whether or not liquors shall bo sold within the corporate limits I I I 4 Iowa Missouri mug Virginia have joined in tho 2cent passenger I fare movement yy- I 4 iinyrl Ij1 ti+ i7TJ T rf r- r7 11rf Ii k ff I- 1ft HA ii t L t fltt ft5frrIing dvorat I A WEEKLY JOURNAL IDENTICAL IN INTEREST WITH ITS OWN PEOPLE n VOLUME XVI MT STERLING KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27 1907 NUMBER 33 250000 fUND Nr Young Women Wealthy Cln Il clnnatlan Sets Aside This Amount f I I i- l daughter89Rrlottcwhowns accident in Southern l Schniidldtapp aVwidelyknown Cincinnati aakcrTmd millionaire has an i ounced the establishment rurust of 200000 the largest of which is to be devoted to the joenefit of young women This makes a total ofa half a mil lion dollars given bv him in memo jdy of his wife und two daughters Ill ofwhom at different times met taccidental deaths The new trust is to be administered by the Mayor thek1ineinnntilivectorsof the Union Trust Compa ny of Cincinnati Ohio and there Xs no limit of any sort on the trus toes in Selecting bcncHcarics The jnconioj to be used for the benefit iof Sourig women in H curing for them in disease in constraint or lit education Part of the income ins to 1 be reserved until the total loaches 2000000 and the trust dyed reserves the right to add to jjjirjuuifial or income at any time securities of five wellknown con j orations are set aside for the trust riends of Mr Schmidtapp say hat the trust was decided by him j train a recent visit to New York- t ocl after learning of the testimony i ii the Thaw murder trial reet Railway Sold at Decretal l Sal- eitI11tdibisn 1 0 A llinsch resident of the Fifth National realof Cincinnati purchased at locretal stile the entire holdings of he Henderson City Railway Joni pany at an upset price of 80000 Ie represented Cincinnati bond olders who purchased the pro crt in selfdefense There are 190000 in bonds now outstanding gainst the company which makes he sale price less thou fifty cents n the 101h1- 1ashingtons I Birthday in The Schools of Italy The Government hits issued in truction that the directors of all chools explain to theirstudcnts on Washingtons birthday the meaning ind importance of the celebration f this day in the United States he instructions close with these ords All civilized countries must aspire to pence as their so rem uifn arr p Censures Officers I Gen Kuropatkin in his history f the KussoJapanese War which us been issued in spite of efforts of ic Czars government to suppress has been published He gives igh praise to his late enemies he Japanese and to the tour ge of the man of his own army ut of many of his subordnato com umders he speaks in terms of trongest censure I JAP LABORERS BARRED I fROM MAINLAND Of UNITED STATES Frisco Officials Agree to Permit Japanese Children to Attend White Schools Japanese children are to be admitted to white schools of San Francisco under certain restrictions skilled and unskilled laborers coming from JapanJ are barred from the mainland of the United States and American laborers skilled and unskilled are to be ex cluded from Japan This is the basis of the agreement between President Roosevelt Secretary Root Mayor Sehmitx and the San Francisco School Board as an ad justment of the antiJapanese agi tation brought about by the segregation of Japanese children in the schools of San Francisco The agreement means that the schools of San Francisco will be conducted in time sane manner as they were before the Board of Kd ucation adopted the resolution las October providing for the segregation of the Japanese excepting that adult Japanese who mire in primary grades must continue to the Oriental schools and that Japanese children under sixteen years of age will be admitted to with white children of their own ages I ONTV TO 1APAX1WK l j While thuresolution of tim e School Board as amended reads children of alien birth it i freclyiulmitted that the resolution will apply only to the Japanese children and that the change in the wording was to make it plain to the Tokio Government that no j discrimination was intended againstII Japanese children Mayor Sohmitz said This1 is onlyI a temporary agree ment President Roosevelt has given us direct and positive assur ances that ho will at once begin negotiations with Japan for the purpose of bringing about a new treaty that will exclude Japanese laborers skilled anti unskilled from continental United States To Eradicate Pests By a vote of 75 to laG the House on committee of the whole on the agricultural appropriation hill has increased the appropriation for the Bureau of Entomology from 75 000 to 118008 in order that scien tific investigations maybe made of the white fly pest of Florida the gypsy tooth of Massachusetts thrips that attack the cherty trees of California and the tobacco insect I which devastate the lark tobacco I regions of Kentucky and Tennes seelu 1 loa our sales to Cuba were 281501t 4117 ILast year they were 40401041 an increase of practically 100 per cent since effect was withI1 I Ao r J4yt ft 1 tg 1 fi fi LOOSEfrOBACCO fSOUTH BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY if Has brick building which holds tobacco in case regard y4 less atmospheric changes conducts daily sales of 51 fers competition on sales furnishes suitable quarters se 1 for drivers and teams FREE open day and c nightIITERMS 2 per cent commission and rounds when price iis satisfactory no charges on re J ecti nsvwf YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED 1 l Y tr eti a o n it A fINE ADDRESS RELATIONS Of EMPLOYES TWO fJLD TO TIlE ROAD TO THE rUBLIC How to Pltase How the Roads May Grow in the Hearts of the People The representatives the freight and passenger department of the Soudnern Railway Company were brought together in Atlanta on February tithat time request of President Finley who addressed theta in part as follows Your duties bringyou into personal and daily contact with the lines of the Southern Railway and I as one who has filled positions which some of you are now filling proposd to speak to you briefly of the relations of freight and passenger agents to public Your duties are of twofold nature You owe duties to the railway company by which you are employed and you owe duties to the public These double duties do not in any way re allegiancemThe general Ulcers of a rail rway Image unfortunately too few opportunities for meeting and talk ing with the people who are de pendent upon the road for trans portation services The man hav roadsas a rule com s into personal con tict with the local representatives of the tralHi and operating depart I lailwa1Ilucthe general officers but the appli specificstaransactkms must Ibe entrusted in the main to omen in the field It fol lows then that you have in a sub stantial sense the reputation of the Southern Railway Company for fair Curl rust dealing in your hands Whether time company shall be popular or unpopular depends in very large measure upon vouratti tack toward the public andupon your treatment of those doing busi ness with the road It is of sun preme importance therefore that you who daily come into intimate personalcontact with the public should beau in mind constantly that it is the unvarying policy of the company to be just and fair to all aliketo the stimuli shipper and the occasional traveler as well as to the ltu shipper and the regular traveler that you should always he considerate and patient and that you should do all in your power to make the services of the road satisfactory to those for whom they arc performed All classes of the public should be treated with consideration and be wren every possible and havenIunreasonable demands shouldnot he dismissed with a curt refusal He may not know that what he asks is either impossible or unreasonable anda few words of frank explana tion pointing out to him why his wishes cannot be complied with may send him away a friend of the road insteadof a faultfinder While everything possible should be done for the accommodation of those doing business with the road care should he exercised not to promise the impossible in the way of facilities or services When failure to fullill such a promise fol lows the mutt who made it may be able to shift responsibility to the operating or some other depart ment or ollicer but time damage done to the reputation of time road cannot be easily remedied Questions that seem to you to be trivial play be considered of much importance by the persons asking them and they should ho answered in patience and courtesy The efficiency of theI service as h a whole depends upon the efficiency of each individual official and employee Every agent and employee should study his duties in detail andshould understand thoroughly just what ho is to do in any contingency that may arise He should then neglect no detail of his duties however unimportant it may seem to him for no matter how careful ly and minutely duties may be pre scribed by the general oilier the neglect of some apparently minor detail may lead to serious or possibly to disastrous results Or even more importance than a care ful obedience of duties prescribed by the company is obedience to law Many of the relations between the railways and t e public are now reg ulated by Federal and State sta tutes and every oflicial and employee of the Southern Railway Company must understand that its business affairs are to be conducted at all times in strict accordance with the laws of the land No transaction or practice that is for bidden by the laws can be permit ted and as I am sure you allun derstand there must be no resort to evasion of any kind As representatives of the Southern Railway Company you should bear in mind at all times the basic fact that the interests of the railway andof those served by it arc identical and that they are inseparably interwoven The rail way can prosper only as a result of the prosperity of communities by which the demand for transpor tation is increased and the pros perity of the South can continue and can bo brought to the highest possible level only through ade quate und eflicient transportation fa cilities At the present time when every effort is being made to supply additional facilities and more efficient services nothing is more important than that the truth of this proposition should bo realized by men in all lines of business When Once this identity of interests is thoroughly understood the railroads of the South and the peo ple will be brought together in note harmonious cooperation for the development of the natural resources of tthe South and for the expansion of all lines of industry The men in the freight and pas senger departments arc in a posi tion to do much to bring about this mutual good understanding and this harmonious cooperation for the upbuilding of the territory traversed by the lines of the company Your careful attention to the wants of the people and your everyonehavingserve as u constant object lesson of its interest in the individuals and communities along its lines My personal experience con vinces me that the people as a rule are fairminded and when fully in formed can be relied upon to deal justly with the transportation in terests I feel sure that it is only necessary to direct your attention to the importance of your relations to the public and that we shall have your loyal support in carrying out what s the policy of the companythe building up of a thoroughly efficient transportation system on the solid basis of harmonious relations with the people along its lines There is another point to which I desire to cull your special at tentionThe management of the South ern Railway has been confided to us as a highand sacred trust This trust is not confined to the President the general officers or the Board of Directors It applies with equal obligation in his sphere of action to the humblest employe as it does to the highest Each has his duty to perform and in the performance of that duty he represents the railway and is en gaged in the performance of a trust in respect to it Tim brake ma u cannot perform time Presidents duty nor can the President per form the brakenmns Each must do faithfully his own duty and only in the honest and faithful performance of duty by ullcun there come a proper measure of success The railway and the public are entitled to Ute very best that is in our employes from the highest to the lowest they are both untitled to demand that there shall be no lukewarm or limited service but that the heart of our employes shall be in their work All of us have voluntarily undertaken HI duty in respect to this property and the railway and the public should receive from eachof us full and faithful performance wish to buildup among all our employes a spirit of interest andcooperationa spiritt in which each man will recognize that he is identified with the railway and will earnestly and honestly work for its welfare Only in this way can we successfully administer the trust which has been confided to us Any skin itching is a temper tester The more you scratch time worse it itches Doans Ointment cures piles cczei luany skin itching At all drug stores JKMt Twocent Travel in Nebraska The State Senate urammously favored the bill reducing passenger fares to twocents a mile The only argument against it was for postponementI Tt i15 i1S t 1 41 I I q t I IgII I tljIr J W JONES II E i 11 VJ Vr 1 TIEeI JElVELER Ii i 4 I r I1cc jj f f 1 CONSUMPTION Mainly Caused by Chronic Colds and Hangingon Coughs A prominent New England scientist has given a good deal of time to the study of consumption and finds that comparatively few cases are hereditary Mostly mill are caused hneg lected coughs and colds which gradually weaken the whole nil monary system and before peo ple realize it there is a diseased spot in one lung spitting Wood soon follows and eventually a col lapse Such an unnecessary end such u pity for nil could have been so different We know of many in stances where our valuable coil liver preparation Vinol has been I most beneficial in such cases Vinol is able to cure hanging on colds stubborn coughs strengthen the lungs and thus prevent tho development of consumption be cause it is the most perfect cod liver preparation ever compound ed it containsi no oil or grease to upset the stomach yet it does contain every on of the liftIllltlum dicinal curative elements actually token from rods livers with tonic iron liddedp ask all Mt Ster ling people to try Vinol for weak lungs chronic coughs hangingou colds or run down und debilitated conditions and will pity for tlm medicine ourselves if it fails to benefit How can we express our faith he Vinol more emphatically W S Lloyd Druggist KeyndWhile we are sole agents for Vinol in Mt Sterling it is now for sale at the leading drug stores in nearly every town nail city in the country Look for timenimol agency in yourr town 140 Bushels of Corn Per Acre This great yield was made in Illinois last season The1 variety was purebred Boone County White one of the greatest yields of high grade white corn in existence Our renders who intend to plant bottom lands or old fields cant miss it by planting this splendid corn L C Brown of LaGrnngo Ill has the finest seed of this variety for sale Send to him for a free sample To Wind Up Affairs in Bankruptcy At Columbus Ind Georgo Pence was elected trustee in bankruptcy for the 1 annoy Manufact uring Company to which tho citi zens subscrihed 100000 for preferred stock last year the factory to be moved there from Oltumwn Iowa The factoryl was moved but has never turned a wheel The Columbus people are expecting to I realize about tiiri per cent on tho I dollar for Improving L N Road M H Smith president of tho ILouisville C Nashville RailroadI I sliI j road for the conning lire years is 100000 but the campany cannot obtain any of the needed funds now This money would be used tax re duction of grades and curves building second tracks increasing equipment and providing bettor terminal facilities Want No Whiskey at Lawrence burg County JJudge JohnJ 15 Shelcy has ordered an election to be held in Lawrenceburg on March 25 to take the sense of the voters as to whether or not liquors shall bo soldwithin the corporate limits u Iowa Missouri and Virginia Image joined in the 2ceiit passenger fare movement 4 fY t4n rr + Is 01 SJWJ a SC I Advocate Publishing Compaq v Entered In the 1ostofUcc at Sit Slcrllng as C oodctase mail matter 1r TERMS OK SUBSCHlllION SUBSCRIPTION fl 00 If not paid within Six Months II b0 ff Cash must accompany order No an aotmcomcnt Inserted until paid Tor l it iJW HEDDEN B W TRIMBLE Editors and i DEMOCRATIC TICKET 1LFoeGovernor IS WIIAliKlt r Far Atorner Gciuirl t J K lUCXIMtlO- KJir5ii rliitfiidcnt 1iitilic Instruction MO WIXKRKV1 I For Comtniitloiicror Agriculture J VNKVMANYj I JKor UutitcnnntOiivGrnitr SOUTII TKIMIt K For Auditor IIKSltV IlOattOirrilI r JoOI Secretary of Sluice lUIlEUT VUEKIASP K r TreitMiivri HUIIY IAKKOOV- lor i a i Clii k Court of ppiata+ c IOIIN uuiiiiNAriT Q ioFu Inited Stall SHiilor r d1 C tt IirCKIIAM J t rfirUcpiecntiitlvt 1 WILT CLAY V This isa day ofHtlle young mans kVision he is to be the inotormani wIf toinorrvt1 i 11e would upprecinte the kindoj V ill ess of our neighbor rounty1 UIIIIII j 1ini her prolVer to take care of the If tjjiuanuiall interests of the Society of jf8fcf i Kflftilyi of Montgomery county Ik but out first duty is to care for our own iIl lIlslsII I The business men because ofI unusual crops at good prices should I I t iftof management or economy and Jio better time for retrenchment t thant now could be engaged ToII clean up and lie prepared for theC 4 pinching times is mlisnhlcjj i ftDebt to the business man or cor I pyration is not a terror for they sleet obligations The rigs of i 1Icat indebtedness create greater i rI ones it grows is beautified pro I vies itself with whatever is neees snry for the convenience comfort I development improvement better uncut of her people In order to I j the growth and care of a city the l I ollicials must be justly remunerated lfor no man can labor so wcllI without this incentive I SOLID 1 Jd Democrats arc all oneway Allt classes will support the nominees i irenthusiastically The personel of the ticket is admirable each can didate seems especially adapted tot the place named by the party Pledged to the doctrines of the t party adverse to the hurtful in lluences of trusts and combines for the adjustment of labor and capital questions for the enforce jncnt of laws given emphasis to the Sunday laws for higher morals the temperance question Nationallya and locally revision of the tariff t On these questions Governor Beck r ham will find favor with the people t SenateaJ Jnnd with these doctrines us af text Judge Hagcr and the entire3 1i 1 ticket will bo chosen by an unusual h t i j t 4njo ilyL 4 t It 5 r 0 1i1I jJ Mt Sterling National Bank MT STERLING KENTUCKY i J tfQ wl lvwJva lsJW fCapital 50jOOp tStockholders Liability 60000 1 Surplus26000uaJiJai vlPlrxl IL Conducts a general banking business along all Jiriesl oflegf timate banking iMii Money to loan at all times at reasonable rates Careful and prompt attention to allbusiness The patronage of individuals and firms respectfully solicited DAVID HOWELL Cashier FOIL PUBLIC 1NTKKEST The following is a resolutionI l heartilyI mutt unanimouslyapproved at a meeting of the State Guard assembled in session at Frankfort on the Gth instant which we ap prove just as cordially 1HKSOLVKD That this Conven tion in the interest of the Ken tuck State Guard and in accordt with the action of other States in providing for their militia doesi respectfully and earestly urge upon the members of the Legislature that will assemble in January 100S to make such provision as willI insure regular attendance at frills and other exercises necessa Iry to the proper discipline and military trainining of the organized militia of Kentucky To that end we state out belief that attend mice by enlisted their and non commissioned ollicers at mills in spcetions parades mid other exec rises prescribed for the instruction of time 1Kentucky State Guard be construed as the performance o one days duty end be paid for at the Government rate of pay for such enlisted men and noncom missioned ollicers when on duty No charge shall be presented1 against time State by any regiment of the Kentucky State Guard for more than fiftytwo attend ances pet annum at such exercises by any member of any company battalion or regiment The play as prescribeij by the United States Government is the pittence of 4J5e per day of 52 days or 22m per capita per year If the State hits a militia at all iit should be well organized To tthis all Kentuckians will be agreed The amount is comparatively nothing gist it is an incentive to greater efforts The member who will secure the enactment xjf a law embodying the provisions of this resolution slay live to realize the good service he has performed for his State The military huts frequent emergency calls and this law would1 guarantee better trained men for service Again if ve are to ex pect much of our Kentucky sol dimsj we must show our apprecia of them And again it se cures u better class of men men who would contend for a principle with their lives Give the State men of high morals and they will bring things to puss Stanford White the defamer ofI womans priceless jewel character traduced the name of woman hcnI he convinced innocent unsuspect ing girls that all women ore of easy virture Such degenerates are dangerous retrogrades unworthy j the freedom of the living Shaw Whites murderer stay be a char actor Just as vile and repulsive to the pure deserving death but of one thing we arc sure New York morals has not lost a point and time terror to the character of women has been very much lessened by the death of this calumniator 1 1wmIft OUH P1UNTEK FRiEND Col Pat B Harlow who did saints in time Advocate jobrooms for several months is now editor of the Olive Hill Times The first issue is before us utter his mana gement showing a decided im- IHoemclltbeing a typographical gent The l cIIIIlS well as the edi ttonal columns lire chuckfullof good reading Some yeas ago while surveying time country Tat made himself famous by taking charge of the Snagtown Torchlight and making a real newspaper of it The Torchlight was a freak published at Snagtown A rktimid moiig the many clippings that Mr Harlow hud in his possession the scribe selected the one publish ed below which will give some idea of what was doing when Patrick took boldof the rag Jim Jones givcd his wife aan sf1 week lie said she want so pleased course she was milking nine any how but tin was bejUernl nine as Jim looked at It TnsXvif says hs 1alias has tin only whin one goe dry thin Jim hustles round an gits a nether an allus calls it hern till it goes dlr dont know whicht tel believe but pose its Mrs Jim fur we nint erfraid or Tim but his wife hits bits milkin cows too long ter be lackin mus sed We congratulate Mr Harlow upon his good judgement in locat ing in the thriving little city of Olive IlUllIIl1d her excellent citi zenship will never regret his com ingif he gives to them the paper he is cabablc of pnttingont Heres to you Pat and the glad S5T of the Advocate force is extended from the editorinchief who grinds out the copy and pnysolP on Sat urday to the dcvilu who makes the tires IN CONFUSION Who will become the willingsub ject on the political1 sacrificial alter is the question mostly concerning ardent Republican leaders rut this juncture They dont seem to have a Moses The negro must be satisfied or he will bolt They have no claim on the AntiSaloon League and if they hurl their tcm perancc men OHertr Burnam would meet with u reprimand at the polls by the negro The Sun day laws went unnoticed when Ke publicans were in power and neither churchman nor moralist may be expected to consider Hepublican claims Then the family quarrels what one will bo for the other will oppose No chancel No chancels If a Republican had a nomination what would ho do with it1 Williams Carbolic Salve With Ar nica and Witch HazelI The best Salvo In the world for ciitJlinilecs sores LlctT Bolt llliviim Tenor Clmp od i guaranteedlogireatlracYin by dniKKlte dId byTlios Kennedy SOlyrf F flS lj J y CITY SprrE111iNTS A COlj- Pr113IS0a L We have made a careful cxami nation of the recently publishedI financial statement of the city lot 1the also the statement I for the ycal 1801 which was re published as stated by the Mayor for the purpose of comparison Considering these statements carefully as intended the appen dix lei the report proper and the statement of the Mayor in con junction but for our knowledge of the fairness of those who jifiulc results for this statement tliei freedom front political methods we might conclude the object to bo rather for the furtherance of po liticali fortunes In comparing the financial state ments for the years 1005 and 1900 we find that at the end of the year 1905 there tivns cash in time Treas ury 1429857 there were out standing vouchers 2529901 thus showing an indebtedness at the end of that year of 909107 In the financial statement of TIm uary 1 1907the find cash in Treasury 971509 there were outstanding vouchers 10895523 thus showing an indebtedness at that time of 117981 In other words as shown by comparison of these relthts the indebtedness of the city was reduced 891125 from the 550th lay of December 1905 lO the 1st day of January 1907 The incorrectness of this statement is apparpnt for an ex amination of the report of receipts and disbursements for the year ending DecemberI JJ1 1905 slows that the receipts in excess of ex penditures coiro that year Iare 2 1183and this is thentire nmdiint that could be applied to time payment of time tilt indebted ness of 909107 asfar as the pub JISIiC1StntCnlCntshotv3These our mathe matics will not justify time statement of the reduction of city indebted ness as appears in statement Wo only wish they could accommodate us in arriving at such a condition The payment of 295683 on an obligation of 909107 will not re wontrwork that way But shouldwe go into the business of 1907 and take the fund accruing from licenses which belong to a report to bo rendered January 1 1908 Take front Peter to pity Paul leaving the current expenses to care for themselves this reduction might be made This however is the only way we can reconcile the appendix with the report proper a putting of twoyears reports orparts thereof into oncr0 will have more to say next week A specific for pain Dr Thomas Electric Oil strongest cheapest liniment ever devised A household remedy in America for 25 years 304t rt Special Bargains- In ladies and gents underwear notions and Wall taper 18tf M K Ilainline A Good Fence for Little Money Thats what Koyal Fence is 26 32 mind 47 inches high Our price the lowest C T Flanders KrMTI Four the j- y Pure law i1 There is one line of medicines in which no change formulas is necessary in order to conform with Uncle Sams hew Pure Food and Drug Law Rexall Remedies were made to conform with this law in agolongAt that time one thousand leading druggists the country owing to the unsatisfactory way in which they had to sell patent medicines decided to form a cooperalive company and manufacture a line of remedies for which they could stand ab solutcly responsible from their and con trol ingredients in these cures The plan of Rexall Remedies was the result Could these thousand drtiggists then have fore CZIC1Jcltllrscplan conform to it more closely There is nothing secret about Rexall Remedies and there never was For years Rexall ads have told the public that each Rexall everyRexallany formula to whoever asked for it Moreover Rexall Remedies protect you more onlyknoweverytlciginto show you the printed complete formulas No Rexall Remedy is a cureall Eachof the 300 remedies has a formula which years experience have shown to be the most reliable cure for a certain human ill The proof our confidence in Rexall Remedies is the Rexall guarantee Every Rexall sale we make is with the understanding that if the purchaser is dissatisfied he or she can get back the money paid by simply returning the empty package or bottle For four years the sincerity of this offer has never been ll- r NOTICE H HKENNED S for Blank Books Stationery Drugs Mod icines Prescriptions accurately Oiled II EVERYTHING THE iEST I HOME l LAUNIRY Best Work Closest Prices We use distilled water free frotnuifcrobe for Sale Pure bred Plymouth Rocks 332t J O Kirk Mt Sterling KrBFD ISo 1 tfor Sale About 75 bushels extra nice Btu Grass seed Call on YoA Sutton 32tf Mt Sterling Ky For Rent Three nice rooms in my lcsif nc till on first for l- 32tf Mrs M It Samuels Years Ahead of j I Drug iI in of knowledge of of of challenged STEAM j A few othc OO famous REXALL1 Remedies one for each human ill are A FOR CATAftftHMUCuTOHEI areaGentian I Glyenine I jI icullanls recognized In medicine as one of the r icumlJlneji i bitters with none of the disadvantages iIapplying to any CiOxibs have long been recognized alLspecific In tho treatment of aU catarrhal itsbenefit f lntroducedforThe combination of these with Glycerine and Sarsaparilla makes MucuTone a evetyllOlnt f FOI NERVES AMERICAHITiS BJXM tonIcIionPyrophosphate aredue I ous i to the nerve cells In a condition In rtakenp themThe Jsue+ and valuable additions to this branch of moreefUdentphosphites The Iron Pyrophosphates art the mo ttt easily assimilated form of Iron which frivjj tlecombinedaikaloJof117 most all the functions of the body 75C and tlJM a bottl- eMXALI11 NAil TIIIIC The famous Rexall 93 Hair Tonic Is composed IIn chief of ResordnUetaNapb thol and Pllocarpln mostef 4 and In BetaNaphth 1 antiseptica hatrofIts andhealthygermsPllocarplnfor re Wheretheof the scalp IFis not a coloring matter ordye This combination of curatives mixed with alcohol as a stimulant perfects the most elective remedy for hair and scalp troubles known today Ier bottleOOCJ FThIf yon suffer from constipation or t tjJlsnewest IthasRexall G derlieshave all the virtues l and none of the defects of those laxatives and cathartics already known They are functionsno t Ileasant to the tastenoIlurahill Immedi ate relief lheyaretheprescribedlOc a box of twelve 25c a box of M a e W Si LLOYD Druggist NIli rlito The ataUStoreti1 j- fJ L h du it 1 a it T Ie- A J ry JIf- C tl Advocate PuWiskinR ompam I Entered In the PostolUco at Mt Sterling ae to Modclass mall matter TERMS of suuscaux- loxBWSCRIPTION100IX not imld within Six Months I 50 Cast must accompany order No an ouucemciU Cltcdol1tll paid for I J W HEDDEN B W TREMBLE Editors and Publishes I i DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Governor OWIIAGEH Fill Atornoy GentMi J K IIUNDUIUK- TorSnjicrliiUudcnt Public Instruction MO WINKKKV- Vor ClUllllilouCIOr A jsi icnltuio J WNKWMASY JFor IieuteniintGovcrndr SOUTH TUIMUK1 I For Auditor IIKNUV HosWoimi 1 r secretary of Sliiti llfltEUT VUEKIASD- Kor Treasurer UCIIY iAlTOOS For Cle k Court of Ai lik lUllS UCl1ExA11T p For I nited Slides IIIIIIIII J cIr 1JFCK1JAM For Itviirocntntlvv 1 WILL CLAY This is a ilny of the young mans vision ho is to he the iiiotorman bf tomorrow t o We would appreciate the kind 1Ia S of our neighbor county Clark in her profler to take cart of the liuaueial interests of the Society of r iKuwity of Montgomery county but our first duty is to cure for our own interests The business men because of unusual crops at good prices should be in easy circumstances and if theyt are not there must be a lack of management or economy and jio better time for retrenchment thant now could be engaged To clean up and be prepared for the pinching tunes is advisable Debt to the business man orcor pgration is not a terror for they meet obligations The citof great indebtedness create greater ores it grows is beautified pro videsi itself with whatever is neces- isary for the convenience comfort development improvement better mont of her people In order to the growth and care of a city the olticials must be justly remunerated for no ulan can labor so well without this incentive SOLID Democrats are all oneway All classes will support the nominees enthusiastically The petsonelof the ticket is admirable each can didate shells especially adapted to the place named by the party Pledged to the doctrines of the party adverse to the hurtful influences of trusts and combines for the adjustment of labor und capital questions for the enforce went of laws given emphasis to the Sunday laws for higher morals the temperance question Nationally and locally revision of the tariff On these questions Governor Beck ham will lind favor with the people tthrough the United States Senate and with these doctrines as a text Judge Hagqr and the entire ticket will be chosen bun unusual r najorify M THE f Mt Sterling National Bank MT STERLING KENTUCKY r t 50000CapitalStockholders Liability 50000 Surplus 25000 I Conducts a general banking business along all lines of leg timnte banking Money to loan at all times at reasonable rates Careful and prompt attention to allbusiness The patronage of individuals and firms respectfully solicited DAVID HOWELL Cashier FOR PUBLIC INTEREST The following is 1a resolution heartily und unanimouslyapproved j lit 11 meeting of the State Guard assembled in session at Frankfort on time Oth instant which we up i prove just as cordially I lUKSOIVKDI That this Conven I tion in the interest of the Ken I tuck State Guard and in accord 1 with the action of other States in providing for their militia does respectfully und carestlv urge upon the members of the Legislature I that will assemble in January II DOS to make such provision as I will insure regular attendance at i drills and other exercises necessa ry to theI proper discipline1 I and1 military trainining of the organ ised militia of Kentucky To that end we state our belief that attend ance by enlisted men and non commissioned oilicers at drills inspections parades and other exer cises prescribed tot the instruction of the Kentucky State Guard be construed as the performance of one days duty and he paid for at the Government rate of pay for such enlisted then and noncommissioned oilicers when on duty No charge shall be presented against the State by any regiment of the Kentucky State Guard lot more than fiftytwo attend ances per annum at such exercises by any member of any company battalion or regiment The pay as prescribed by the United States Government is the pitlence of 4I5c per day of 52 days or 22510 uer capita per year If the State has a militia at all iit should be well organized To this all Kentuckians will be agreed The amount is comparatively nothing hilt it is an incentive to greater efforts The member who will secure the enactment of a law embodying the provisions of this resolution may live to realize the goodservice he has performed lot his StateoThe military has frequent emer gency calls and this law would1 guarantee better trained men for service Again if we are to ex pect much of our Kentucky sol diers1 we must show our apprecia tion of them And again it se cures a better class of men me who would contend for a principle with their lives Give the State the men of high morals and they will bring things to pass Stanford White the defamer of womans priceless jewel character traduced the name of woman when ho convinced innocent unsuspecting girls that mill women arc of easy virture Such degenerates arc dangerous retrogrades unworthy the freedom of the living Shaw Whites murderer may be a char actor just as vile and repulsive to the pure deserving death but of one thing we are sure New York morals hats not lost a point and the terror to the character of women has been very much lessened by the death of this calumniator I Mtn r OUR PRINTER FRIEND dotlHpUt B Harlow who did stunts in the Advocate jobrooms for several months is now editor of the Olive Hill Times Tile first issue is before us under his mana gement showing a decided im provement being a typographical goal The local as well as the editorial columns are chuckfullof good reading Some years ago while surveying the country Pat made himself fatuous by taking charge of the Snagtown Torchlight und making a rein newspaper of it The Torchlight was a freak published at Snagtown Ark and mong the many clippings that Mr Harlow had in his possession the scribe selected the one publish ed below which will givesonle idea ofHwhut wits doing when Patrick took hold of the rag Jim Jones gived his wife an utter cow for a birthday present Ins week He said she want so pleased course she was milking nine any how but tin was lt ern nine as Jim looked at it Ills wif says hsI lulus has tin only chin one dry thin Jim hustles round an gits a pother an nulls calls it kern till it goes dry We dont know whicht ter believe but spose its Mrs Tim for we aint erfraid er Tim but his wife lilts bilj milkin cows too long ter be lackin inns sed We congratulate fir Harlow upon his good judgement in locat oftOlive Hill and her excellent citi zenship will never regret his com ingif he gives to them the paper he is cabable of pnttingout Heres to you H Pat and the gladI 2 T of the Advocate fOrce is extended front the editorinchief who grinds out the copy and paysoflon Sat urday to the u Ciiwho makes the fires IN CONFUSION Who will become the willing subject on the political sacrificial alter is the question mostly concerning ar dent Republican lenders at this juncture I They dont seem to have a Moses The negro must be snt nisfellor he will bolt They have no claim on the AntiSaloon Lea gue and if they hud their tem perance men ORear Burnam would meet with a reprimand at the polls by the negro The Sun day laws went unnoticed when Re publicans were in power and neith er churchman nor moralist may be expected to consider Republican claims Then the family quarrels what one will be for the other will oppose No chancel No chance If a Republican had a nomination what would he do with it Williams Carbolic Salve With Ar nica and Witch Hazel Thc beet Salvo In the world for cuts bruises Chullcdlandto glue etlefdctlmoe nonoy re I muled Jrlco tin by dnijlstf Sold by Tlios Kennedy OlI OtTff SCATENLNT A OOli- PAItISOt We have made a careful exami nation of the recently published financial statement of the city for the year 1005 also the statement for the year 1905 which was re published as suited by the Mayor for the purpose of comparison Considering these statements carefully as intended the appen dix to the report proper and the statement of the Mayor in conjunction but for our knowledge of the fairness of those who jifade results for this statement their I freedom front political methods we might conclude the object to bOI rather for the furtherance of political fortunes In comparing the financial statements fur the years 1905 and 190G we find that at the end of the year 1 905 there Wns cash in the Treas ury 1429857 there were out standing vouchers 229904 thus showing an indebtedness at the end of that year of 909107 Tn time financial statement of Tan uary 11 tOiwe find cash in Treasury I715U there were outstanding vouchers 1089553 thus showing an indebtedness at thin time of 117084 In other words as shown by comparison of these rcpjrts the indebtedness of the city was reduced 80 11 23 from the JJOth day of December 1905 to the 1st day of January 1907 The incorrectness of this statement is apparent for an ex amination of the report of receipts and disbursements for the year ending December JU 1905 shows that the receipts in excess of ex penditures for that year are 2 05088 and this is the entire amount that could be applied to the payment of the old indebted ness of 009107 asfar as the pub 1 lished statement shows These are fnct5nmloar mathe matics will notjustify the statement of the reduction of city indebted ness as appears in statement Wo only wish they could accommodate us in arriving at such a condition The payment of 295683 on an obligation of 909107 will not reduce it to 117384fgtiers wont work that way But should we go into the business of 1907 and take the fund accruing from li censes which belong to a report to bo rendered January 1 1908 Take from Peter to pay Paul leaving the current expenses to care for themselves this reduction might lie made This however is the only way we can reconcile the appendix with the report pro per a putting of two years reports orparts thereof into one We will have more to say next week A specific for painDr Thomas Electric Oil strongest cheapest liniment ever devised A house hold remedy in America for 25 years 304t Special Bargains In ladies and rents underwear notions and Wall paler 18tf M R Hainline A Good Fence for Little Money Thats what Royal Fence is 20 32 and 47 inches high Our price the lowest C T Flanders Koum There is one line of medicines in which no change informulas is necessary in order to conform with Uncle Sams newt Pure Food and Drug Law Rexall Remedies were made to conform with this law in every particular four years ago long before this law was thought off At that time one thousand leading druggists of the country owing to the way in which they had to sell patent medicines decided to form manufacture a line of remedies for which they couldstand ab solntcly from their andcon trol of in these cures The plan of Rexall Remedies was the result Could these thousand druggists then have fore seen the new Pure Food Law and know cicry clause of it they could not have made the Rexall plan conform to it more closely There is nothing secret about Rexall Remedies and there never was For years Rexall ads have told the public that each Rexall druggist had the formula of every Rexall Remedy on file and would willingly give any formula to whoever asked for it Moreover Rexall Remedies protect you more than the Pure Food Law does You now only know the drugs in patent medicines we know and have always known in Rexall have always been glad to show you the printed complete Rexall Remedy is a cureall Eachof the 300 remedies has formula which years of have shown to be the most reliable cure for certain human ill The proof ofour confidence in Rexall Remedies is the Rexall guarantee Every Rexall sale we make is with the that if the pur chaser is dissatisfied he or she can get back the money paid by simply returning the empty package or bottle For four years the sincerity of this offer has never been I r I NOTICE I 1 1r KENNEDY JIIII Blank Books Drugs Medicines Pre scriptions accurately fillecl I II THE ll IJ wI LAlffRYBest We use distilled water free froininicrobe 1 for Sale Pure bred Plymouth Rocks 332t J O Kirk Mt Sterling Ky R F D JTq 1 for Sale lVAbout 75 bushels extra nice Bin Grass seed Call on YoA Sutton 1 32tf Mt Sterling I for Rent Three nice rooms in my reside is all on first four 32tf Mrs M R Samuels I Four Years Ahead 3 Pure Drug Law li unsatisfactory a cooperative companyand responsible knowledge ingredients dangerous everything Remediesand formulas- No a experience a understanding challenged 1Go Stationery EVERYTHING BESTll KI of the J A few of the 800 famous REXALL Remedies one for each human ill arcAFOR CATARRHMUCUtTONE TonearesGentianerlne and Sarsaparilla GIcIII I Gentian is recognized In medicine is one of the greatest tonics ever discovered Jt i fbittersapplying to any Cubebs have long been recognized as a specific in the treatment of all eatarrhal itsbenefitIntroducedforThe combination of these with Glycerin and Sarsaparilla makes MnciiTono a- f eveYpoint f tissues BotttefOcrl FO JTheJ Ic nerve food composed chiefly of free PyrophosphateThe wonderful results of this remedy are PhosphorousI f which it can be immediately and easily i taken up by them The ulycophospliates actual nerve tiS 1 sue builders are one of the most recent and valuable additions to this branch of cfficlentphosphltes The Iron Pyrophosphates the most 4itonei of Calisaya nark have a tonic effect on almost all the functions of the body 75c and 1110 a bottle REXALL II HAM TMHC The famous Rexall 93 Hair Tonic Is composed in chief of Resorcin Beta Naph thol and Pilocarpin 1 Hesorcln Is one of the latest and most effective germkillers discovered Iy science i NaphtholwhichantisepticaItdestroysItI a healthy condition of the scalp which pre vents the development of new germs eretheof the scalp 1Pis not a coloring mater Otdye I This combination of curatives mixed with alcohol as a stimulant perfects the scalptroubles i REXALL ORKRUES Thi taw LuaMvi V If you suffer from constipation or ft tsluggish liver we wait you to try this i IthasRexall Orderlies have all the virtues 1 andnone of the defects of those laxatives iharmlessi errectano urgingPleasant Immedl ate relief A trial will prove to you that they are the prescribedWe a box of twelve 2Sc a box of M WIS LLOYD Druggist Wj The JaUStore x f + i 1 1 + o c ll t I ir i i t I I i i f T 1c I Ir SUfttWER COON 1I1 bBJitQrllow nm to tel ToU iiihthing a bout my trip n H if rourid the Vqrld I nuulo up my nujjul while travlinjr in those faji ofi ontrys to lot my people no vhei T lhud Din andwhat I seen it got buck to nmeiicu a live I synsjn turkey rushn India italii- patasstinc Chicago and jail What t seen was a plenty I come in Contact with a tribe of shang high riiVdians the only way I could nn- jderstand talking to them was to talk thrue a incidatcr sumthing on the order ofn chicken niachien wo hav in this contry betterike ono ns pulleXl l factor wher you iolejn a Bushel of eggs at the runt end andout flys a flockof prink chickens at the tail cud hose tribs 1ape very fond of ca- anmty water tha has disstilrys SnU USQ pfd boots nn shoos in iimk r the Greeter tha dont no Iny thing about corn or ry in that county tin make what we call t plo and peach brandy here out of lde stockings and fethcrs any little jlde thing that will ferment I tucka nip with one of the high cheefs as thin call oflicers of the law and in a second I felt like I had swalotveda glass of yellow acketts my you ought to seen inc dealing front the bottom my istiimic could not stand it tho iemails uses snakes for belts and adpoles for year bobs it iis a Common thing to see a bull frog Mind under a womans chin for a brespirLi those things ar all a liye peeplo andeaters tha seem to bo fond fit long green tobaco and gum tripes tha ar rite smart on the order of a home made monkey ttfia capsee hero andsmell jest as OOlany other living creturo jpia hive a peculry smell tha rnell like surd ens I think tha Siiust Jivo on sardecns princable kha ar a long tall bevy chunky Mind of people and very Libra a bout taking any thing thin see lay m round 1903 tha dont seem to tseris Loose Tobacco n of tobacco growers is galled to the Growers Tobacco Warehouse of Lexington which fsells lloose tobacco If the tobacco Jis htUHcd in wagons it shows to jctter advantage but if it is to bo shipped wo recommend that it bo prized light TOO to SOO pounds to iho hogshead We dray ship tincnts from depot free Free lodging for drivers and places for tennis overnight is provided Our terms for sale are 2 per went commission find 15 cents per hundred pounds and pay 100 for empty hogsheads ligrfB Hawkins Secty IE C3C8 S Broadway j Big Flour Sale Ji IRf aturdnjyit Rotht Bros Cash grocery Fl P understand any kinj of language hut the ground hog language but the Tunics thing I seen was in asia T attended 11 Itewas one of the Blonlons in that contry I aver told the way and stile of maring thcr is the man has to stand on his lead and the girl to become his wife has to stand oil twenty yards and the fel low that performs the sermony stands at a angle of forty live de grees with a horspistol in each hand and when all is redy ho fires oft one of the pistols then till girl runs and turns a duble sumersalt over the top of tho intended hus bands feet this has to be dun the second time that is why it requires two horspistols to make a lawful marig in that contry the girl lies to have a gum hoop placed a round tho bottom ofher dross to keep 1 he harness from Moping when she makes tho leep the Bride and groom is a lowed to take one drink of calamaty water after the seramoney is all over that is all tha Ill a lowed for the balanc of tho sulncr I had herd of those dual customs in those far oil con trys that is what romptedmeo to under take tho trip the bnty of all is tho men has no hard work to do tint sit a round in a ulcer hall and play cards all day the law is if a girl wants to mugs she goes befog a officer and swars hallthat is good or bad that she tab the moan sho has picked out and sec Unit he has nevcY to do any hardrough work swears sho will do all the out side rough work or Bust well that kind of a girl is worth looking after tho men in those contrys dont have to bring in cole and prcpar kinling for fires it is all dun by the wife I tel you rite now Chats the place for a sporting man when you sec ad miral moors fleet sailing on the mataleb waters in time of leave you look out for sumthing to drop a mong tho powers soon or litter you hero what I sed SUMMKH CooN In a Tight Place A1 Sheehan is a licensed sa loonist at Falmouth his license not expiring until May But in Do comber last Falmouth and Pendle ton county voted local option Sheehan went to Covington and bought a lot of beer which ho wanted the L N R R to deliver at Falmouth The railorad declined to carry the forbidden stuff into local option territory and Sheehan filed suit to compel them to do so Judgo Shaw in his opinion holds that while Sheehan may legally sell liquors until his license expire Ilo ins no right to compel the railroad company to violate another law and incur a penalty by carrying the goods into the county Mr Sheehan iis thus in the middle of a bad ix Flcmin s lPg Times Democrat ll r W+ 1 r 1 fM II Ix BROKEN LINl t ij JJrJJJ- JOFD I 1 I r Ixt SteillB1oci Suits t I J IBTh m I BR0KEN IlNES AI1i1 1nd I 1 q 1 OFLI tJ ii N llafflbillgerSi1safld vercoats A nAT 1 BROKEN PRICES 7 II f fIt 1 t 1 l 1 l 1it I I 1 lNVESTIGATE I1 t r PI S t I IHOUSEI I IT n e0CORRESPONDENCE J u vrv vie PLUM LICK Mrs Sarah Crouch and daughter MrsI Minnie Henry are slow lly improving By mistake the typesetter head ed our last items Stoops when it should have been Plum Lick Mrs Martha Willoughby sold her property house and 20 acres of ground to Milt Bean for 750 and bought 200 acres near Clay City for less money William Reid bought 7000 lbs of tobacco from Oscar hedge at 10 and 5c cod 12000 Ibs front William Morgan and tenant nick Bishop at lOc straight William McCray bought 6700 lbs of tobacco trout JJ 1C Denton at flic and 11000 Ibs front James Kendall at Oc straight and 7000 Ibs from John Koid at 8 and 4c and 5000 Ibs front Ash Gil key at Sc- There seems to bo a new prophet on tap named Merriwethcr but insteadof living up to his name ho predicts twentynine snow storms this winter It is to be hoped that Morriwcther and all tho rest of tho fool weather prophets stay bo caught and snowed wider one of them Williams Kidney Pills Hnvo you iiejilcctwl your kidneys llnvo you overworked your noivoua Bvxtcin nod caused trouble with your kidney and bladder llnvo nodbladderface especially under tlio OC do+ ire to pau urine If w 1YIIIinniskidney 1IIU will euro you Sample five Hy innll Me Sold by Thus Kennedy 20 lyr p e+ W M Crayons auctioneer reports the sale of Ed Hall at Ca margo on lust Wednesday as fol lows One brood mire 151 one iycarold mire 1C2 two aged work mares 71 ouch one milch cow 35 two 100lb shouts 750 each corn inc ib 350 phir bar rel Farming tools sold high o H d Fire in State Contractors Print ing Plant The fire in the printing plant of James E 1 Hughes Lexington contractor for secondclass printing of Kentucky caused a duunngeof near 750 which was covered by insur ance The State work in Mr Hughes ollice will not be delayed longer than two days and as here tofore wOIkwill be dispatched with speed consistent with good workmanship The States business will not be permitted to sutler Kducation is withontjvaluo except as it qualifies for larger cold more ennobling duti- esBowel TroubleIs sign thnt your diges tive organs are over worked heavilyburdened burdenedIn of rebellion Itisnseri conH1tlon will result in complications of the gravest character Death not Infrequently ensues M the penalty for thinking that the trouble will correct itself and disappear unas sisted Dont neglect this conditiondont invite disaster by delay but go to the nearest druggist and buy a bottle of Dr CaldwellsLaxat- iveSyrup PepsinIt is the safest qulekest acting and most effective remedy in the world for all bowel and stomach troublespleas penetratingIt and instantly corrects it The confined gases are released fer mentation is stopped rjid the affected locality soothed and stitngthened DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half druggistsYour if it docs not benefit you Your postal card request will farlntr by return LLSnOOKtothosoremedy Mall your postal today PEPSIN SYRUP CO Montlollo Illinois SOLD BY W S LLOYD I TWO INTELLIGENT HORSES I linvo heard innny stories of intelligence of iiniinals sttilla close olisorvr of nit ilnal life hut the no Itions of t +vo horses Urn other day eiliinled if not surpassed many of the tales Tlio pair nero fine looking heist attached to a fanners wagon and hall been left outside n fl store lustJ heyond their reach were several hales of hay By some clever maiieuveYing tho white horse which was nearest tho pavement managed to get hold of some of the hay MisJ brown mate not getting uiy of the hay withallllost human notions mule the white horse under stand that IK wished to share the fens To satisfy his mate Ithe white horse took larger mouthful of Ira hay andI turned his head in a win so Ithat Ithe hrown horse eoiilil onjo the feast Hy the time their owner reached them nearly half of the hull of hay had been eonsunicd by tin pair When the owner of the ha was informed of the uniipio inaiine in which the horses secured the luncheon he sail that it was a goof chicane and ho would stand for tin loss STORY TELLERS IN DEMAND In New York here is a hatupiel every night at which mien mak speeches and sad and dismal null Ioomy are most of Ithem Commit ttees of arrangements are alway working overtime to find good talk SM They search the country over or speakers who can tell anecdotes spin yarns manufacture epigrams nake Ithe welkin ring with wisdom iIt 111111 allegory aid the digestion hill relaxing the naiad etc leas Ioo man banquets hove become here megaphones for political Mull mil bluster speaking trumpets of iol Mim statesmen unable to obtain i nearing elsewhere Let us get back o the eheorfnl feast of reason anti probloins1 Se Enacted- A law has neon enacted by Con gross relieving railroads from responsibility for overwork unless permitted or required IJ dI IGoes to Faycltc Midge Joe II Lvkms of Wolfii Bounty has purchased the Bradley residence nearI Lexington tux1 40 acres of land at a cost of 5225 perI lied Judge Lvkins will rein vo witht I I I his J familyI to Ihis now homo Mareh 1 In lunge Lvkins Fay i I otte county secures a licef family of people ono of Wolfe counts very vbest Ho was formerly of his county Keprosentativi in the Kentucky ILegislature and at prawn is attorney for the i LE and O K railroads The Judge has made his money front olcoun tty oilsJ from which he is reported to hove a largo monthly income Commissioners Sale MONnjDMKKV 01 Kt I TIT COURT s SAIIAII e SHANGO1uintIA va GKO W SWAVd Defendant Notice of Sulo In Equity I oftheloutlr0tnc17 atutitrue1 I lISth Dag of March 1907 CourtIInmICCcIIIUin the lilKliiMt lilililur on n creilltof Iii 12 months SurImrJUllitIIICIIIIIIlt eonntyIyt lir Iooltinnlll lit R lhllo oak on the point If the sahSpRYT21whst0I NoyipohI iinilSlntoCicckfi thence with tliu top of stun I I thneuJeatIIIgsitldtedgcanit ITvtlpalesNt l 2t11vI 1 1 1 1 j the IHKlllnln tlIlIlulrlllllC IHI eo u+ IIw the s laic rruluc0iICheJoncJwithpnrclmso money to have the force nnd effect of I thedaypronarod to comply with these termn A lien purchase Judy Matter Commissioner JOHN A 1UDY v I avni Matter Commissioner M C 0 rt- rt 1 ti x- U r t I f k 4I SUMMER COON rEditor Slow me to tel you sumthing a bout my trip n ound v the world I made upt I ray miud while travling in those far ofl eontrys to let my people n vher T had bin andIv1mt I seen iif C got Mick to america a livens I In turkey rusha india itala1 palasstine Chicago lord jail What ff ffscen was a plenty I come iin j contact with a tribe of sluing high Indians the only way I could un I lerstand tho silk throe a incidater sumthing on he order of a chicken nmchicn ike wo hav in this contry betterI I r one its pullet factory wher you I ole in n Bushell of eggs at the front end and Out llys a Hock of prink chickens at the tail end1 hose tribs are very fond orcn fiamaty water tha has disstilrys lncl usG old boots and shoos iin iunkinitho erector tha dont no itny thing about corn or ry in that contry tha make whnt we calll saplo und peach brandy here out of bidel stockings and fethers any little olde thing that will furment tuck a nip with one of the high chcefs as tha call officers of the law and in a second I felt like I had swalowcd a glass of yellow jacketts my you ought to seen lee dealing from the bottom my sstumic could not stand it the entails uses snakes for belts andI tadpoles for year bobs it is al common thing to see a bull frog wind under a womans chin for a brespin those things sir all a Jive to in itily I seen a Hock of pee pie that ar called the webfootedl feandeaters tha seem to be fondl +of long green tobaco and gum pipes tint ar rite smart on the Order of a home made monkey jtha cnpsee here and smell jest asi troofany other living creture tha hive a peculry smell tha smell like sardeens I think tha must live on sardeens princable jtha ar a long tall hevy chunky kind of people and very libral a bout taking any thing this see lay a round Iqos tha dont seem to Y jSells Loose Tobacco- Si Attention of tobacco growers is called to the Growers Tobacco Warehouse of Lexington which S ells loose tobacco If the tohlVCCO 1 J 4 tJI tojj Better advantage but if it is to bo shipped wo recommend that it be i prized light 700 to SOO pounds to the hogsheud11o dray ship jnents from depot free FreeI lodging for drivers and places fo teaovidcdinsOur terms for sale are 2 per cent commission and 15 cents per hundred pounds and pay 100 t for empty hogsheadsII Luther Stivers IglII E B Hawkins Secty 122 tf G368 S Broadway Big flour Sale t J nat rd yllt loJh Bros CU311 i Grocery t J flYIPv ifiwWY understand any kind of language 1 but the ground hog language butt tthe funies thing I seen was in asia attended a big weding ther Ito was one of the Bloritons in that contry I wer told the way and stile of mitring then is the man 1 has to stand on his dead and the girl to become his wife hums to standoff twenty yards and the fel 1 low that performs the sermony stands at a angle of forty live de grees with a horspistol in eachI 1 hand and when all is rely he fires off one of the pistols then the girl iruns and turns a duble sumcrsalt over the top of the intended hus Ibands feet this has to be dun tthe second time that is why it re quires two horspistols to make a lawful marig in that contry the girl has to IUlen gum hoop placed ia round the bottom other dress to 1keep ho harness from loping when she makes the leep the 1Bride and groom is a lowed to take ono drink of calanmty water after1 tthe seramoney is allover that ii- I is iall tint ar a lowed for the balanc of the sublet I had herd of those quar customs in those flu oil con ttrys that is what prompted mee to1 under take the trip the butt o r all is the men has no hard work to do thin sit a round in a uker hall1 and play cards all day the lily is iif n girl wants to marry she goesi Ibefor a oflicer and swars ba 1 tthat is good or bad that she tai tthe mum she has picked out and1 see that he has none l to do any 1 hard rough work swears she will1 do ill the out side rough work or1 Bust well that kind of a girl iis worth looking after the men iin tthose contrJs dont have to bring iin cole and prepay hinting for lines iit is allchin by the wife I telI you rite now hats the place for a sporting man when you see ad imiral moors fleet sailing on the matalec waters in time of ileac you1 lookout for sumthing to drop Ja imong the powers soon or later you here what I sed SUMMKIt Coos I IIn a Tight Placeii I A J Sheehan is a licensed sa loonist at Falmouth his license not j expiring untilI May But in De 4 cember last Falmouth and PendloII ton county voted local option Sheehan went to Covington and bought a lot of beer which he want ed the L S N H 11 to deliver at Falmouth The railorad declined I to carry the forbidden stuff into 1local option territory and Sheehan jj Tiled suit to compel them to do soE Judge Shaw in his opinion holds tiat while Sheehan may legally sell liquors until his license expire l JIhas no right to compel the railroad company to violate another law and incur a penalty by carrying the goods into the county Mr Sheehan is thus in the middle of bad fix Flemingsburg Times Democrat I f TI tW P tjt f v w f f If d I i BROKENd LINES IS- teIIFBI0CJI I 1 1I Ij OF r Sthts aid Overcoats I 1 fwr1I A9F EUYP K6emwxTnTffy IIm 7 ij 3ROKENLINES l I 0Fo = 0 llafflbllrgerSllialld Overcoats ATJI i BROKEN PRICES H- fflESTIGATE i I 11m iy 4 1 iftXi 1if 1HiU1 I1I1 I- YV I l IP r F 4 it y5 trPlJi I I Sl JolS81BROS I IIHOUSE OF QUALITYIlWOO iSOIri AB s 9l9llOll oa f CORRESPON D EN E J Slyddbv iN PLUM LICK Mrs Sarah Crouch and daugh1 1tel Mrs Minnie Henry are slow fly improving By mistake the typesetter headr edour last items Stoops when should have been Plum Lick i7IS Martha AVilloughby sold1 1her propertyI 1 house and 20 acre s of ground to Milt Bean for 7011mid bought 200 acres near Clay City for less money William Reid bought 7000 fbs of tobacco from Oscar Hedge tat 10 and 5c and 12000 Ihs from William Morgan rind tenant Dick Bishop at lOc straight William McCray bought C700 lbs of tobacco from JI 1C Denton at 9k and 11000 Ibs from James Kendall at 9c straight and 7000 Ibs from John Reid at 8 and i 4c and 5000 lbs from Ash Gil key at 8c- There seems to bo a new prophet on tap named Merriwether hut instead of living up to his name ho predicts twentynine snowstorms this winter It is to be hoped1 that Merriwether and all the rest of the fool weather prophets may be caught and snowed under ono of them Williams Kidney Pills Have you neglected your kidneys have1 you overworked your nervous system nut caused1 trouble with your kidneys and liladdorf Have norbinddorPthoflleeinIdnayPUIs Oe8uldTyrl 1111 Cravens auctioneer re ports the sale of Ed hull at Ca margo on last Wednesday as fol lows One brood mare 151 one iycarold mare 102 two aged work mares 71 each one milch Oaeachcorn in crib 350 per bnr ref Farming tools sold high L Printf ing Plant The lire in the printing plant of Mules Eo 1Hughes Lexington con tractor for secondclass printing o f Kentucky causedI Ia damage of neart T0 which WitS covered by incur once The State work in Mr Hughes ollice will not be delayedjI helot tofore work will le dispatched with speed consistent with good1 workmanship The States busi ness will not be permitted to suffer Education is withoutjvalue exceptt as it qualities for larger and more ennobling duties Bowel TroubleIss sign tha your digestive organsIi are over workedtoo burdened in a state ofrebellion Itisaseri ous condi tion and i neglected will result in complications of the gravest character Death not infrequently ensues as the penalty for thinking that the trouble will correct itself and disappear unas sistedDont conditiondontinvitenearest druggist and buy a bottle of Dr CaldwellsLaxat- iveSyrup PepsinIt is the safest quickest acting andl most effective remedy in the world for troublespleasant It reaches the seat of the trouble and nstantly corrects it The confined gases are released for laffectedlocalityDRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN halfdollardruggistsYour Itdoesi Your postal card request will brine by return CALUIVELLHOOK tothosewondertremedy t TPEPSIN SYRUP CO Monticello Illinois SOLD BY WeS LLOYD i 14- oft u TWO INTELLIGENT HORSES I have honrd many stories of in lligonc0 of animals saida close observer of animal lilcblti the ne- ttlions of ttwo horses the other day ncpiiiled if not surpassed many of the tales The pair were fine looking beasts attached to a farmer wagon rural Karl been left outside feed store J lust beyond their reach Tore several hales of hay By some clever maneuvering the white horse 1which was nearest the pavement man aged to got hold of some of tlio hay Ills brown mate not getting my of the hay with almost humanI fictions merle the white horse umler load that lie wished to shore the feast To satisfy his mate the white horse took larger mouth fuls of the hay tiiul turned his bend in a vn I so that till brown horse could enjot IIlls feast By the time their owns reached them nearly half of tin huh t1tI pair When tho owner of the ha was in formed of tho unique maime in which the horses secured thoi luncheon he said 1 that it was a goo scheme and bo wouU stand rot tin Ins I TELLERS IN DEMAND In Now York tthere is a banquetI every night at which men mak speeches and sari curl dismalI IulI11 loomy are most of thong Commit tees of arrangements are alway working overtime to find good talk trs They search the country overi or speakers1 who can tell anecdotes pin yarns manufacture epigrams mikeI the welkin ring with wisdom 1irestiollI t relaxing etc Alas Too many banquets have become were megaphones for political blulV rod bluster speaking trumpets o iolMim statesmen unable to obtain1 i Hearing elsewhere Let us got back ra the cheerful feast of reason lintI problens1 Enacted i A law has icon enacted by Congress relieving railroads from lesIi possibility for overwork unl pcrinittedor required Goes to fayette I Jiilip Joe 11 Lvkins of Wolfe county lots purchased the Hradley residence neat Lexington and 40 acres of land at a cost of 225 per acre Jlodge Lvkins will reiuovo lentnl1 LId ns Fay cute county secures a fine family of people one of1 Wolfe countys very I best He was formerly Judge of his tillKentllckrsent is attorney for the Ltl E und 0 K railroads TheJJudge has made his money from Wolfe coun ty alitJ from which he is reported to have a large monthly income Commissioners Sale KUWi WSW lfcvHHI MOXTOOMKKV OUJCIJIT COURT SSItvSAItAH vs C SWANGO Ifaintljr- GKO W SAGO Defendant fpNotice of Silo in Equtt ki tinr virtue of111Ilorllthedumurryj I U4thonttucrrlgncdufllouthc lI5th Dau of March 190i COUItdllUtotiontothomonths SIlrIIn Jj Jednucnt t curtain tract countliytunlounrfltlIItho1lrIOaltlSIIrandfI to a set stone on top of t1 10 loge N 524 E HOJi SIOI1CCIHndj 1If1Ildl thenceIcnrntgsnldridgonnd 17IjO poles III Glhsmts cube S rrp4Iv 91E pules IxdestIC1vI l i lI tIIhoUteamumetro1raJuChIaOrasrtmdmrd5 I The purchaser will ho refjulrpd to give bond tiropnrchnse thedotlionwillplllcha8eAJudyCSJOlI A JUDY avnt Mastery Commissioner M C C V frr 7- j r- fy jI l- p j r I l 11 DUDE8 OF OTHER TIMES Drci of a Dnndr of use Karl Xfne ternth Ccntnrr J A cure for the confirmed railcr V npilust modern tires might bo n courso r i of Inspection through n file of old rj t fashion tuiixnzlius or tlJQ perusal of i titidt accounts as are given by tlio h1 miitlior of Sketches of Lyuu The description Is that of n suit worn In I I flue first putt of the nineteenth century 1 The boots were an Important article t of dresH Tin toes were made as broadl SH the ball of the toot with the cor i tiers well rounded giving the shoe the j reseinblnncc to the snout of n choel 1 1JOed They were very snug and l required Htrong straps In order to get Into a fnnhlouablc pair the 1heel of tilt clocking WItS well xoiijxd and some inilvcrlxed snap sprlnkletl Into the boot TUB length of time It took to get one on depended ou the strength of the owner and the strap The stylish overcoat displayed fiveI i tape one above the other The trou I tNA were expected to lit as tight as the kin Just how they were put on Is a h mystery The Out was especially snug uodT the sleeves ami the velvet collar r craped up the back of the head The rainlet ovuivoatx after a little near became as Htlff UK birch hark The thing worn about the neck wan rolled n stock This mime was appro priate In 15 suggestion of an Inntru jnent of punishment The ktock was TrOll three to six Inches high and wax made stiff A man was forced to look straight ahead Only Iby careful man agement could he see a little on either sideI About halfway between hItrcs nd cars two little points of collar tuek up like toothpicks Kullled bosoms and wristbands fin ished till costume with the addition of tall silk hut When Inclosed In thllt manner with a dash of ultar of rosei en Ills hamlkerdilcf the man of the pejjod was considered Irresistible TOO HUMBLE A HUSBAND PuuIfluinI of 1rlnve Allirrf Itoynl Coimort of Queen Victoria A woman looked up with a laugh from a heavy volume she was reading Now I know the said why Queen Victoria was so fond of tho prince con ort This husband did not merely re Earth his wife as his equal he regarded licr ns Immeasurably his superior say Ing that It was his Italy to sink his mvn Individual existence in her Lis ten to this letter that Prince Albert wrote to till Duke of Wellington Here in a champion of woman rights In deed Dont you think though Itl14 olng too fur for a man to humble lilmself so low as this She thou read from her book In a sarcastic voice My PllIr DiiUo In the o oHon whether It Is advlwiblo that I should take tlin oimnniiil of tho army I liiw cnm to the oonuluHlnn Unit my Iw lflon oiislit entire ly to Im guided liy tlif cntmldcratlon whether It would Interfere with or IIIIItl my Position of consort to tilt futvcrclgn ThlH tositloia Is a miml peculiar unil deli ruto ono Whlloii femiilo Kavcrclgn has comparlt son with a Mng yet If Hhe In married and her Iitixhnnd iindemtnndN and does his luty lirr jio ltlon on the otlwr hand han nun compensatory ndvantuK and In tho long run will be found to llc stronger qven than that of the male Knvcrileri Hut thin re UlriH that the huMiatid Hhould u entirely nlnlt his own fndlvldunlI rxlctence In that of hlH wlfo and thut he should nlm 1 All no power by himself or for lilnicelf f liclnff content to be the hupbnnd of thef- 411CII the private Hocrelnry of the soy rcfKH and the tutor or the royal chit drcn A t Itrndlnff on n Trnln i It you travel hack and forth into 1 town every day you no doubt rend tif trllntif k annoyance which comes from train reading 114 duo to tin Jolting of the a cars which continually ktnoks the jirlntcd line out of focus with the cje trhls can be In ome degree obviated Itly laying a card or some other object fcIov the line to be read and moving It steadily downward while reading Thlji nets as a guide to the eye and all llI to keep the sight fixed Thace who have tried It hay thatt It wonder fully assists to decrease the dllttculty of reading while In motion j I Trail Inililriiin tin Toinl M inrn- In Scotland It was for a long timer visual to place on a mans tombstone i he symbols of his Itrade Especially Avns this the case at Dunblane where i la the burial ground of the abbey It tas been foturd hut of thofc tombstones which are from 100 to i00 ycar Id About onefourth are thus marked the iiymbols being In low relief A ugar cane may be seen as showing tJlII grave of a grocer an ax and saw WIth hammer and mills occur on the t l grave of a carpenter an awl mill u t fcammer on that of u shoemaker There L7mro muny oilier graves similarly marked London Answers rCattllll fIlalAn eycNsh Is pointed A emit lash Is Idunt A lash once cut never again t ecouitfi pointed Kvery lash lives n variable time mind then falls out to be replaced by a fresh one When a cut lahh HO tails the newcomer IIs pointed So any mischief resulting from cutting the lashes will ho remedied by time Opinions differ as to whether Inhh cutS flng promotes growth That it renders the lushes unsightly IIs very certain itA lciiKtliy Drop Mrs PortlyPufllngton pro idlyWe 4nn trace our ancestry buck to one of 7 Jie Saxon kings VIMtorIndcedI I Ilrs Porl1 llIt11l1 toll Oh dear j i iI yes We huvu been descending for 1 Bcncrntlous Puck 1 dont want to brag but Ic got any health tud my friends so what on arU more do I wuatV DelauJ I J 1 JJI g OF THE MAYFLOWER IIRELIC frot Historic Ship Cherished I Ias Heirlooms by Denver Woman Probably few are aware of the facf 1f I I orItin man who eroded to the new world in the Mayflower is living in Dent vet She is Lula Eleeta BnrtlcttL great granldnugbter of Jpsinh Bart left who signed the declaration of grentlt faced privation mad hunger to crosp the water in the Mayflower Elisha Bartlett remained on thf soil later called Massachusetts It iif from him that Miss Lula Klccfa Is descended Although the TJartlelts who came before her ranked with the elite of society and aristocracy she is happy md content to earn her living working i as a seamstress Miss Bartlett spends her evenings with many other lonely young worn n in the Young Womens Friendly lub 22IIJ California street and shr iiivos in the simplest manner The homo of the Bartlett family Ir molblirVeb and the family scattered The mlyI son is in Kansas City one laughter is in Ios Angeles with lie r Either and I the fourth and Inst incm ier of time family is toiling daily in Denver One of the most precious wedding ircscnfs received by Miss Bartlett nt her and mother when they were narried in 1851 was n portion ofiiJI1 ct of dishes brought to America b he Bartlelt brothers in the May lower These are tho last dishes lint arc known lto exist which camet ver in the old ship in 1020 Miss1 Lula Bartlettof Denver iis low the happy possessor of these vnl Jublo timid historic pieces of ehinfi are Denver Iimes- NATURAL BRIDGES Tt is commonly believed that nalV iral bridges of whichl Ithe naturalj ridge of Virginia is the best knowi Vmericjin example arc due to IIIIn ailing in of cavern roofs leaving Illn part to span the stream whiehI he destruction of the cavern Imp rough t Ito IIlie surface By a studyt of Itho North AdnniHi in IIn ml bridge I1rof Cleland 1ms i Men led 10 till conclusion Ithat illJ his ease at limitt Ithe origin iis piiti lilFcrcnl In this ette the bridge PillS to be dwMo the solution of he limestone along a joint pliitu Car time former course of IHudsonI RrookiI At first 11113 n smnll amount of vnter seeped nlong the joint plane nit lifter a while iit made a cliii ii net arge enough Ito divertI I ttill mtirI rook under till surface giving nVv time bridge Valeott had previous y o lIc Ice I a similar theory for the Jiitunil bridge of Virginial and Tie and concludes that while tilt tailing n of cavern roofs may occasionally f jive rise to natural bridges time most af Common eausn for such bridges inrr marble IlimestoneI sandstone anr- sivu 1 is IhllloIJIUnpcllllJocf t t It Costs Nothing To find out for a certainty i whether or not your heart is affected One person in four has a weak heart i it may be you If so you should know i it now and save serious con sequences If you have short breath fluttering palpitationthungry spells hot I you cannot lie on left side if you have fainting or smother ing spells pain around hearttin side and arms your heart is weak and perhaps diseased 1 Dr Miles Heart Cure will relieve 3 you Try a bottle and see how quickly your condition will improve About a year ago I wrote to the Miles Medlcnl Co nuking advice aa I was 8Uttcring with heart trouble and bad been for two years I had pain In my heart back and left side and had not been able to draw a deep breath for two years Any little cxer lion would causo palpitation and Ivcould not lie on nay left side IJUrrerln They advised mo to try Dr 0Illes1 did with tho result that I am In better health than I ever was beforetihaving gained 14 pounds since t 1teen3baventsince WHH U1UB THOMAS Upper SandUBky Ohio thDrt your druoalt who will guarantee thatithe first bottle will benefit If It he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Tnd t d V 1 1 JJ7 s WHOSE WAS fl7 1 A Rare Coin Two argatn Sales an Three Questioni A scholar traveling in the cast says that he was once in camp with his friend Hanisay a man of kindred I tastes in a wretched Phrygian village far from the track of travel rs As they were striking tents I he morning a heavy faced boy trought Mr Ramsay a handful of rapidwloln among one very are coin of Hierapolis Then he put it nil hack again in the boy 6 outstretched palm and offered half a dollar for the lot The boy ac ccpted the bid gave back the hand tnt took his money and disappear ed while the exultant purchaser went chuckhng off among the horses Ten minutes later the boy ap pcarcd again and going up to the other Englishman offered another handful of rubbish among which was the same rare Hicrapolitcu coin Time gentleman kept the bronze in his hand and offered ia half dollar for it which the hoy re1 fused though the bargain was eventually concluded for a dollar gleehailedT his purchase informed him that he was not the only man who possessedII d TlierapolisLet said the other emptying the pocket where his bronze was jingling II o sorted the lot and felt in every pocket No coin of Hierapolisi qucsLionsHow did the boy retain the coin in the firsj instance in order to sell 1 it over again How in that remote region far from the haunts of travelers did hes know the value of his find And to which purchaser did the5 oin really belong Tobacco Stories They were talking about tobacco Sid one 1 was the luckiest fellow that ever lived when I beganI the habit A great muny times I fooled my mother who would be lieve me on sight But my fattier came in on me in the kitchen oncei hen I actually had a pipe in my mouth drawing at it and emitting a cloud of smoke unJlhingrPapa I said I am not smok ing 1 have just lit the pipe for ifary iind I passed the pipe to the cookwith as confident an air as 1 ould assume Bless her soul she took it and wenton Hmoking and my father went on his way satisfied I had a worse time thnn that mid the next man My father tame upon me with a large chew of abiicco in my mouth Said he Son arent you chewing tobacco gulped the whole thing down held ny face as straight as I could and j aid Xno sir Charlotte Ob 1 encl A Wet BlankettThe youthful orator came down from time platform at the close of his 1 pressedforward lie accepted their congratulations i itha smiling face but his eyes it were on a certain auditor who lingered in his seat The young iccCturer pressed through the throngIbout him and extended lila the waiting man l 9caiit to thank you he said Iffor gaveto j Iwasj tire you never changed your earnest ittitwlei during mv lecture i Xo said the man I have a t tiff necktt How He Hello Gcordy Diediup lad i laid an Endish pitman to his manna DUC day Js your wile deed or i Geordyflits 8UYladVivd ftnarraI f laid Geordy the dogs deed He llyThats fj1ny inches I suppose Geordyfor I led by the yard London Mailt The Vinegar Bible The Vinegar Bible was thusIItimed from a ludicrous typograpliwical blunder the parable vineyard in the twentieth chapter f Luke being made to read the parable of the vinegar This edi on of the Bible was published inh717 and most of tho copies were- cstroyed by the publishers though icveral got into circulation before e blunder was discovered It is that not more than a dozen copies of hit bockare in slatI i 1 TIIrttfetereSI IiUelntivnto banishing newspa pers from the nittilt that cotitiiin correct reports of thnb revolting Thaw trial in Now York tI1nvUcklnhOitixchexprcssesour vmws In the subject mimidwe reproduce IIIt It seems to us there are tW9I vnys to look nt this question Vn attack upon tho liberty of the jress jsomething that will always tir the whole country And itt should 1 1stir it The United States ostnflicc Depnrtn Cut seems to bo sometliinij from which thieve iis 0 nnpenl The freedom enjoyedI by the press once gone otlinr liber ties wilsoon become empty sounds JUt lOt us consider whether or lot thp papers that give the fullI disgusting particulars of the Thaw use deserve exclusion fi om the mails No one is going to deny tint the evidence given by Mrs Harry Thaw herself was disgust ing It was oven more than that it was horrible so distinctly bor riblo some will think it should be known to every citizen of this country The very brutality of it may constitute a power for doing good If hell were dismissed with the simple assertion that it is a warm place it might easily bcmis taken for a winterresort until too lute Desperate diseases require desperate remedies If such dens as that conducted by time Nor York architect Stanford White the builder architectural plans and the destroyer of youg girls clmrut tel cull be once and forever abol islicd from the face of the earth by an awakening of the public con science brought about through publication of these same disgusting details let papers giving a ver batim account of the proceedings of time trial however revolting they 1me be sent everywhere through out the land Wo do not pretend to say whether or not 1 lilurry Thaw was justified in killing Stan ford White Thaw may be little better than tIll man he slew But of this we are convinced l Time world lost nothing in time euthof White And if there is anythir g to be gained by time publication of the horrible de details womans life tragedy wifli that human vampires gilded palace as a setting to its most terribly dis rusting scene let us have it e The Adulteration of Kentucky Bluegrass Seed Farmers hIre much interested just now in the pure seed question and numerous samples are being sent to this Station by both fUIIIII ns und seedsmen for testing as to purityt Thus far no sample sent to the Station hits been adulterated hut a good many of those collected by us are adulterated One of the adulterants used is the sleds of the kSCI1 related Canada Bluegrass t is a wiry grass producing buttt little forage often seen in theI middle states growing in spots along roadsides and in pastures I ii Michigan andother northernI states and in Canada it is common and it is from the littLerI country that time seeds used for adultera ting our bluegrass comes The two seeds arc so much alike in size and shape that it is ditlicult j j for ono to separate them once they It are mixed but there are diame j ters Iby which any one with a good eye aided by a hand magnifier fan etect adulteration with Canada bluegniss seeds The Canada blue I grass seed broadens toward the I tip and is smooth on time sides only I hiO vein being visible and this is not prominent The Kentucky bluegnissi seed is narrowed toward li tip and is evidently veined on I III eachI I sideJ two veins being com evident Once fnmilliar ith the seeds one can pick them out quickly Wo have examined samples of Kentucky bluegniss seeds contain ag some redtop seeds as well as Canada bluegniss The redtop is IeIlSI1 1 I 1 Ibeing more I I rounded und often with a bit of tehim attached to its base Inland Parmer L rf j f iEIGllT OF TIlE SUNS HOW THE ASTRONOMERS SOLVE THIS WONDERFUL PROBLEM If You Will Multiply aaa4ai by Serei SexUlIloiu Yon Will et Approxl mutely the Nnmber of Tons of Mat tcr Contained In the Great Orb To wepli the sun moon earth or any other body said Professor Edgar L Larkln tho celebrated director of tKcho Mountain observatory to time writer Is not a very dlfllcult matter though to those ignorant of astronomy and mathematics It would perhaps ap 1year so Of course weight Is merely a relative terra for at time exact center of gravity n body weights nothing nt all Weight varies HH we approach the gravitation point or recede from It and time expression as employed In ev eryday life when we buy a pound ot steak or a ton of could simply menus the weight used on the tmrface of the earth because we live there Now 8upposlug you arc desirous of weighing the earth how would you go about It Well If your education hind been neglected and you were III conse quence lIgnorant of mathematics you might decide to cut up this terrestrial globe of ours In blocks null bring each block to time surface of the earth and there weigh It on an ordinary pair of scales The operation would doubtless be a costly and fatiguing one and per haps many unscientific landowners uiljjht object to your cdrrylng off their property even though you explained unit It was merely as a temporary loan Hut lot us for arguments sake suppose that you Hiiccccded Well having carried each bloek to limo surface and many of them would of course have been brought roiii the very center of the earth one at a time returning each to Its proper place before weIghting the next and having discovered that each block weighed a ton then before your labors ended and the last block of earth laid been placed on the scales you would have dealt with rather 1 less than seven scxtllllous This of course Is a tremendous num her of tons for zany moving tunas to weigh but there Is a time twice each year when time earth actually weighs nothing at nil In October last this earth gradually began to low weight lllco some image giant dying of a de cline until at a certain moment of time It weighed only an ounce then half an ounce then a quarter and finally just for about the fiftythousandthI part of a second It weighed absolutely nothing whatever not even HO much as a soap bubble which a baby might blow uwny ToJ realize this you must remember that the earth does not travel round the sun III an exact circle so thut the distance from the sun IIs always vary- Ing which of course alters the power of attraction or In other words the earths weight lImit In October and April of each year time earth is at an exact average distance during the rue tion of a second at whlchtlme asI luc said before it weighs nothing How short a space of time this is may be judged from time fact that the earth moves at tho rate of eighteen und a half miles every second But to weigh the earth In the manner suggested would be a very costly mat ten and HO It Is found to be more sat isfactory to employ mathematics when we shall arrive at the name results as suming of course that we are correct In our deductions And now as to the most usual means employed In weigh lug the sun Having satisfied ourselves an to time true weight of the earth we call that One or Unity That Is the basis ou which we work Time next thing to do In to mount to some elevation the top of u tower or time root of a house will answer our purpose very well drop a stone and timid out how tar It will fall In one see ond of time and what Its exact rate of speed will be tit the end of time llrst second This Is not so easy as It sounds but we can spare ourselves the fatigue of calculating for after 300 years scion tists have by means of the most deli rate Instruments arrived at the proved conclusion that at the end of the first second time stone will be at a distance of 101 loot from time starting point and will be then traveling at the rate of yVJ feet per second This aJii Is the most Important factor In our calcula tlons and haH been called the astro nomical scales for by means of It we can weigh the Hldercnl universe Xow here paid Professor Larkin taking a paper from his desk Is an ar tide wliich I wrote some time ago on the weighing of time sun and I do not think you can do better than make an extract from it which will save me much needless repetition and he hand ed me tho manuscript from which I quote tho following paragraphs Every object III time celestial vault seen by the eye of man Is n falling hotly Time earth Is a hotly forever fall ing toward the sun and the moon for ever toward the earth If we can find with what speed tho earth Is falling to ward the sun at time end of our exact second a clew I18 obtained that wlllllead through a maze of figures to time muse of the suit This must be true for It hUll been uNcovered that IIf the earth contained quadruple Its present nmn L tity of matter the stone would tail at time rate of Oll feet per second And Newton discovered that If time stone be t taken 3S mile away from the earth and dropped Its speed at time end of the first second will be tWit feet lImit ilUoS miles from the earth Is twice as far from tho center us Is tIme surface anti Sor foot Is Oliofourth of J2J Hut 4 la the square of 2 HO gravity diminishes us the square of the distance Increases ajid directly as the matter Increases Time earth is oaOOOOOO miles from the sun and this divided by JJttlHf equals approximately 221400 There fore take a stduoto the distance of jl r N ARCTIC CREVASSE Jtarraw Speape From B Mth i Jt r PahIII CYtrR Anthony fI laln his record Two Yearn In the Aetii i Mllb11JuetcJhc f oSfrolDHo was crossing an Ice canlsvhen th r snow gave way beneath him N lie be rAn a frightful descent and then lost consciousness On recovering consclpusnesB lie writes I found myself wedged between y- two curves In the walls of the crevawe tthe convex surfaces of which narrow ed sufficiently to hold me between till breast and bAck My left arm was r bent over nay breast and bad prevent ed me from falling through tile neck ot tIme funnel Beneath was a great cavern In which I could move my kg without finding the walls Hart I strap i ped three feet farther to the right t Bhould have dropped in depths un fathomable The darkness was Intense but far above me shone a feint halo of bhie with rays of light that came part way along a face of black glnM Ice rhIi told me where the men were Tummy asked how deep I lisa falknVi short ed that I was about rOet Ti vn frBO It seemed to me lust tbjen I he ttan awful sound in the crcVasse ItJappeared to come from b low My first thought was that a pack of dugstbud fallen In with me Soon the noise turned Into articulate speech and t learned that Steward Spencer wits hail tried Jo save me hndfallen in too At last I saw above jno the end of a rope which gradually neared My right arm was free and nt last th precious Hue was In my hand I pain fully mmmflIH bowline In the end of the lope time fingers of my left hand Ikitaf fortunately tree Slipping thOU8oHe over my right foot I called to thoH above to haul away 1 called to tbora to move time rope to the right and then to lower me rind after considerable dlfllculty In the dense darkness I die covered time steward j but could not rescue him on account of a ufnWHn of lee that Interfered I tofhiju It would be best for the men to haul mo up and then send the rope down zmgnli for him to which he agreed I ww drawn to the surface Just In time I fainted on reaching tho top Tlie steward was hauled up next No hpnvn were broken but a cut ou the stewards face required stitching On measuring the rope Seaman Dtrfly found wo had fallen to the depth of seventy fet Into time crevasse a prey Idcntlal escape for If we had fallen a phort distance farther to time uorth where the crevasse widened wo should hue descended beyond Ua reach of help The Anntrlnn National Hymn Time Austrian national anthem is oa of tim most beautiful of Haydns nidiv dies and of national hymns The worth of the Emperors Hymn were vrrit ten by tile Jesuit priest L L Hasclika und wereset tomuslc b31iiyjjiu I Jan US 1707 Count von Snurau Gen ernor of Vienna IIssued a decree feat Gott OJhnlle Franz lea Kaiser shorfil be the Austrian national hymn and Feb 12 It was by order sung in ftJlt the theaters of Vienna In England It Is familiar as the hymn tune Aw trla It Is often sung to Newtons lines Glorious things of thee are spoken and sometimes also to KenitK homes Praise time Lord ye heavcme adore him- Haydns affection for this beautiful melody Is well known He aftcrwoni employed It for the variations In the Kalserquartet op 70 No8 and when he was near death and too weak to stand he was carried across the room to the clavier and solemnly plays ed the tunic three times according to Herr Pohl as his farewell to art WIJ lIam Gardiner the Leicestershire stock J lug muker amid mUHhul amateur sent Haydn six palm of stockings woven with the air of Gott crhalte and ot fr meloilles r The Ilrkwlulc Pnptr In ISaiJ William Hall of the London f thlltllut publication III which were to bo 1Nduced some humorous cockney sport lug plates by Robert Seymour an art 1st then III much repute IlnilWiiltai upon Dickens to talk the mntt over find suggested that the latter honJd supply the letterpress recounting the comic adventures and misadventure of the Imaginary Mmrod club A3 Dickens knew nothing of sport ho felt such a scheme would hamper him toot much to allow of his doing justice either to himself or his publisher Te secure the uiiKhacklcd freedom which be desired for his yen he sulil It would be better If tho plates were to arise out of the text This view clnot Agreed to Dickens says I thought of Mr Pickwick anti wrote the first num ber of the series now comprehensively known us The 1Ickwick Papcra SkvptlcnI Thieve was elected to tho city tynncil or Chicago once a politician otttlocal note by reason of his frank and all solute cynicism frequently expressed with reference to reform in politics For reformers as n class the cynical Chlcagoan had only a contemptuous but rood natured Jest It Is said that on the occasion of the retirement of a federal ofllccholdor an Illinois man who had long toil nt time public crib some one had observed to the council man that the officeholder In question was reported to have resigned for time reason that ho had tired of politics and f office After nIl said the friend GreatburclJr levotc the remainder of his life to doI ng good I That soT lazily asked the Jan Wh i thli fellow G ciCu a J o I I Ir r 1 I I T co J I r f if0 I i 1c 2 I I 1k I r l I c I t1 DUDES OF OTHER TIMES Drone of nnndr of the Earl Ytniu tcrnth Century I S A cure for the confirmed raller Against modern dress might be a course of Inspection through a file of old fashion magazines or tho perusal of such accounts as arc given by thoii I author ot Sketches of Lyuu The description Is that of a suit worn In Ibo first Part of the nineteenth century The boots were an important article of tIres Thy toes were made as broad us the bull of the foot with the cor awls well rounded giving the shoe the resemblance to the snout of n shovel nosed shark They were very snug and required strong straps In order to get Into a fashionable pair the heel of the stocking was well soaped and some Itulverlxed saap sprinkled Into the boot The length of time It took to get one on depended on the strength of the owner and tho strap Hie stylish overcoat displayed five rapes one above the other The trou wr were expected to tit as tight as the ikIu Just how they were put on Is a mystery The coat was especially snug uodr the sleeves and the velvet collar ncrapcd up the back of the head The camlet oveivoats after a little wear ticamo as stiff as birch hark The thing worn about the nock was railed a stock This name was appro priate In its suggestion of an Instru ment of punishment The ktock was 110111 three to six Indies high and was made stiff A man was forced to look straight ahead Only by careful man ngement could he see a little on either Ide About halfway between his eyes and ears ttwo little paints of collar ittiek up like toothpicks llu tiled bosoms and wristbands fin ished the costume with the addition of II tall silk hat When Inclosed In this manner with a dash of altar of rosea on his handkerchief the mUll of tho p ylod was considered Irresistible TOO HUMBLE A HUSBAND IPiiHlliim of Irinve Allirrf Itoynt CfiiiMort of Queen Victoria A Momnn looked up with a laugh from a heavy volume she was reading Now I know she said why Queen Victoria was so fond of the prince con sort This husband did not merely re gard his wife as his equal be regarded lier as Immeasurably his superior say lug that It was his duty to sink his own Individual existence in her Lis ten to this letter that Prince Albert vrote to tim Dnko of Wellington here IN a champion of womans rights In deed lout you think though It Is joing too far for a moo to uurnbl iihnsclf so low as tills She then read from tier book In a Kircastlc voice My Dear DukeTn the niioftion whether It IIs advisable Hint I should lake the command of tlio army I huvr eon to the conclusion that tny ilurlslon ought entire ly to 1 bo snldid by tlic consideration tvhollior It would hitirfvro with or nnslst tny i oxitlon of consort to tilt KoverrlBn riils position is a mol jiccullar and dell wite one While a female sovercijn has It ffrent many dNadviintaufs In compurl non with a klnrr yet If she IM married and bet Inisliand tindoritands and docs his luty her position on thin other hand half many compensatory ndvant iK s and In Uro long run will be found to be stronger qven than tlmt of the male ftnvcrcfgn Slut this reiiiros that the luibhatid nlioiild rntlroly Mink ills own Individual existence In that of his wife and that he should aim pit no power by himself or fur himself lnliiBT content to be the husband of tllb- tjUfJI the private nccretnry of the IOV rreiKu and the tutor of the loyul dill rtn 1 IlpndltiBT on n Train If you travel back and forth into town every day you no doubt read your paper or a magazlna on the train While this Is not Indeed the Itt prac Lice for the eyes It sooms a pity to ivaste so much time which might be turned to good account Much of the nnnoynncc which comes from train reading Is duo to the Jolting of the car which continually knocks the lUlnted line out of focus with the eye lhls can be in sonic degree obviated Il y laying a card or some other object fellow the line to be rend anti moving It steadily downward while reading This acts as a guide to the eye and luOps to keep the sight fixed Those who have tried it say that It wonder Tully assists to decrease the difficulty of reading while In motion i Trnilr I iiililrni on fllntI iu In Scotland it was for a long time visual to place on a tunas tombstone the symbols of his trade Especially vas this the case at Dunblane whom in the burial ground of the abbey It linn been found that of those tombstones which are from 100 to i00 yean DId About onefourth are tubs marked the symbols being In low relief A sugar cane may be seen as showing the grave of a grocer an ax and saw with hammer and nails occur on the irrave of a carpenter an awl and a fcamtner on Hint of a shoemaker There are many other graves similarly xnnrkcd London Answers fICnCCllI1 I Tlnhf An oyeNsh Is pointed A cut Ilash Is blunt A lash once cut never again lccointa pointed IEvery lash lives a variable tlmo and then falls out to be roplAced by a fresh one Wben a cut lubh so falls the newcomer Is pointed 55o any mischief resulting from cutting the lashes will bo remedied by time Opinions differ as to whether lash cut thug promotes growth That It renders the lashes unsightly Iis very certain fAIriiKth Drop SIrs PortJ 1uUln toll proudly We S 4flfl trace our ancestry back to one of Uie Saxon king- s1hltorInflecllt Mrs PortJJPlltlln ton Oh lear yts We hnvo been descending for gCflCr11tI02SIilCkI brag but Ive got many health and my friends so what on earth wore do I wantV Delaud OF THE MAYFLOWER I IRELIC Historic Ship CherUhtd Ias Heirlooms by Denver Woman Probably few are aware of the facf hut a direct descendant of a signer of tho declaration of independence ttfl Ia man who crossed to the new won in the Mayflower is living in Den ver She is Lain Elcda Bartlett great granddaughter of Tosiab Bartt Icltt who signed the declaration of independence Her great great great grandfather was one of the men who faced privation and hunger to crosp the water in the Mayflower Klisba Bartlett remained on tli soil later called Massachusetts It it from him that Miss Lula Klccfa c descended Although the Bartlclts who came liofore her ranked with the elite ci f society and aristocracy she is happy mcl content to earn her living work ing as a seamstress Miss Bartlett spends her evenings with many other lonely young wom ui in the Young Womens Friendly lub 2211I California street anti sbr lives in tIll simplest manner The homo of Ihe Bartlett family las been broken tip The mother lied when they lived in Hastings i ebflfld the family scattered TheIi nly son is in Kansas City one laughter is in 1 Ios Angeles wiUi her at her anti I tbe fourth anil last mcm ier of the family is toiling daily in1 Denver One of the most precious wedding ucscnls received by MissI Bartlett at her and mother when they wereI narried in 185fi was a portion ofSI et of dishes brought to America 1 II be Bartlett brothers in time May lower Those are lime last dishes hat arc known to exist which f ver in the old ship in 1 G20- S Miss hula Bartlett of Denver is low lime happy possessor of these val ialle and historic pieces of chiu A arc Denver Pimne- sNATURAL BRIDGES IItt is commonly believed that nat f mil bridges or which I tbe naturalI Iridge of Virginia is the best knowi Vmerican example are due1 to Itb ailing in of cavern roofs leaving illti part to span tilt siren in which be destruction of time cavern ham I rough It to IIbe surface By a study 01 Ithe Xorlh Adnimis mat tiral Itridge 1rof Clelnixl bus ceil led Ito tint conclusion I that in his case at least Itbo origin is ipiitf I lilFcrcnt InI this cae time bridge iecms to be due to the solution of be limestone along a joint plnnc icar the former course of IHudsonI I 1 rook At first only a somali amount ofr vater seeped along I the joint plane nit after a while it made a channel arge enough Ilo divert tbe onlinet I Irook under the surface giving riv time bridge Walcott bad previous y ollered a similar theory for the Mnturnl bridge of Virginia and Cle and concludes that while Ithe falling n of cavern roofs may occasionallyI jivei rise to natural bridges the mosff ommon cause for such bridges in marble Ilimestonei sandstone nix lava is that outlined above It Costs Nothing certaintyIwhether or not your heart is affected One person in four has a weak heart it may be you If so you should know it now and save serious con sequences If you have short breath fluttering palpitationthungry spells hot t you cannot lie on left side ifIyOU have fainting or smothering spells pain around heartIin side and arms your heart is weak and perhaps diseased Dr Miles Heart Cure will relieve you Try a bottle and see how quickly your condition will improve About a year ago I wrote to the Mlles Medical Co asking advice aa I was suffering with heart trouble and bad been for two years I had pain In my heart back and left side and had not been ablo to draw a deep breath for two years Any little exer I lion would cause palpitation and I could not Ho on my left Bldo without Buffering They advised me to try DrII Miles Heart Cure and Nervine whlcbI1 did with the result that I am In better health than I ever was beCoreIhaving gained 14 pounds since I menced taking It I took about thir teen bottles of the two medicines and l1acnt been bothered with my heart since MRS IILLIB THOMAS Upper Sandusky Ohio I Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by It your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falllIhe will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhartjlnd I r WHOSE WAS IT A Rare Coin Two Bargain Sales and Three Questions A scholar traveling in the castt says that he was once in camp with his friend llamsay a man of kin Phrygiandrs As they were striking tents iu he morning a heavy faced boy rought Mr Ramsay a handful ofI bronze for sale He sorted it rapid lon the pam of his hand RIH I among the rubbish one very are coin of Ilierapolis Then he put it nil back again in the boys outstretched palm and offered halft 1a dollar for the lot The boy ac ccpted the bid gave back the hand ful took his money and disappear ed while the exultant purchaser went chuckling off among the horses Ten minutes later the boy np pearedagain find going up to the other Englishman offered another handful of rubbish among which was the same rare Hierapolitau coin The gentleman kept the bronze in his hand and offered a half dollar for it which the boy re1 fused though the bargain was eventually concluded for a dollar Than the gentleman in high glee almowinghiswas not the only man who possessed a coin of Hicrapolis Let us compare said the other emptying the pocket where his bronze was jingling lie sorted the lot rind felt in every pocket No coin of Ilierapolis questionsHow did the boy retain the coin jin the firsj instance in order to sell it over again How in that remote region far- r from the haunts of travelers did he know the value of his find F And to which purchaser did the oin really belong Tobacco Stories They were talking about tobacco Solid one J was the luckiest fel beganthetooled my mother who would be here me on sight But my father came in on me in the kitchen once hen I actually had a pipe in my mouth drawing at it and emitting i cloud of smoke lie did not need to say anything knew fCPl1pn I said I am not smoking 1 have just lit the pipe for ifary und I passed the pipe to the cookwith as confident an air as I ould assume Bices her soul she took it and wenton smoking nn 1my father went on his way satisfied II I had a worse time than that mid the next man My father same upon me with a large chew of tobacco in my mouth Said he Son arent you chewing tobacco F gulped the whole thing down held ny face as straight as I could and aid Nno sir Charlotte Ob erver A Wet Blanket The youthful orator came down from the platform at the close of his pressedforwardHe accepted their congratulations with a smiling face but his eyes were on a certain auditor who unuu gered in his seat The young lee turer pressed through the throng about him and extended his hand to the waiting man I want to thank you he said gaveto I was an inspiration to me Iam lure you never changed your earnest ittitude during my lecture I Xo said the man I have a j tiff ncCkIHow Ho Hello Geordy Diediup lad F i mid an English pitman to his marraI one day Is your wife deed or 1 Geordyitsawaylad 1 vent ye hok se bubbly tell yourlmarra what yor trouble is l taid Geordy the dogs deed He J ByThatsI t Jid he die By inches I supposeh Geordyfor l led by the yard London Mailtt The Vinegar Bible The Vinegar Bible was thusII typographIcal vineyard in the twentiethchapter of Luke being made to read the of the This edi 1tion1 1717 and most of tho copies were 1l iestroyed by the publishers though icveral got into circulation before the blunder was discovered It is isserted that not more than a dozen ropies of this bockare inex steucci Y Throttle tne ressK- olntivo to Imnisliintf now lJn pers from tlu mails that contain correct reports of that revolting Thaw trial in Now York the Ken uiclxiunCitixen expresses our views n the subject and we reproduce 1It u It seems to us there are two vnys to look at this question Vn attack upon tlw liberty of the Drifts is something that will always itir the whole country And iit shouldllstir it Tho United States ostnflicc DcpartM cut seems tot 10 something from which there iis- o nupcal The freedom enjoyed11 by the press once gone otlrM liber ties wil soon become empty sounds hut let us consider whether orI lot the papers that rivc the fullII disgusting particulars of the Thaw ase deserve exclusion 1i Out the mails No ono is going to deny tmt the evidence given by Mrs Harry Thaw herself was disgust lug It was oven moro than that it was horrible so distinctly hor rible some will think it should I be known to every citicn of this country The very brutality of itI may constitute a VOWel for doing good If 1lIlverc dismissed with the simple assertion that it is iai warm place it might easily be mis taken for a winterresort until too late Desperate diseases require desperate remedies If such densi as that conducted by the Now York architect Stanford White the builder of architectural plans and the destroyer of youg girls charac tel can be once and forever abol ished from the face of the earth by an awakening of time public con science brought about through publication of these same disgtist lug details let papers giving a vcr Jtitim account of the proceedings i of the trial however revolting they arc be sent everywhere through out the land AVe do not protend to say whether or not Marry Thaw was justified in killing Stan ford White Thaw may be little better than tilt 111111 he slew But of this we are convinced I The world lost nolhng in the death of White And1 ifI thieve is anylhii g to be gained by the publication of the horrible dc detailsof womans life tragedy wifli that human vampires gilded palace as a setting to its most terribly this gusting scene let us have it h e The Adulteration of Kentucky Bluegrass Seed Farmers are much interested just now in the pure seed question and numerous samples arc being sent to this Station lby both farm ers and seedsmen for testing as to purity Thus far no sample sent to the Station hits been adulterated hut a good many of those collected Iby us 1110 adulterated One of the adulterants used is the seeds of tin closely related Canada ill llcgrLs It is a wiry grass producing IJutI little forage often seen in the middle states growing in KMH along roadsides and in pastures In Michigan und other northern states and in Canada it is common and it is from the latter country that time seeds used for adultera Iting our bluegrass comes The two seeds are so much alike in sixe and shape that it is difficult for ono to separate them once they HIP mixed but there are charac tens lby which any one with It good eye aided by a hand magnifier win detect adulteration with Canada bluegrass seeds The Canada blue grass seed broadens toward the tip and is smooth on the sides only one vein being visible and this is not prominent The Kentucky bluegrass seed is narrowed toward he tip and is evidently veined on each side two veins being com monly evident Once familliar with the seeds one can pick them out quickly AYo have examined samples of ClhthlCky bluegrass seeds containing some redtop seeds as well us Canada bluegrass The redlop is easily distinguished being more rounded und often with a bit of tein attached to its base Inland Farmer fEIGHT OP THE SUN HOW THE ASTRONOMERS SOLVE THIS WONDERFUL PROBLEM If Von Will Multiply 311204 by SeveR SfxUlHon Yon Win Get Approxl niRlcly tin Number ul Ton of Mater Contained In the Great Orb To wclfjh the sun nioon earth or nny other hotly said Professor Edgar I Lurkln the celebrated director or Keho Mountain observatory to tIme writer IIs not a very difficult matter thought to those ignorant of astronomy nail mathematics It would perhaps ap pear HO Of course weight Is merely It relative term for ut the exact center 1or gravity a body weighs nothing at nil Weight varies as we approach tile gravitation point or recede from ItI and time expression as employed In ev srydny life when we hay n pound orI steak or a ton of coals simply means the weight used on the surface of tLleI earth because we live there Now supposing you are desirous1 orI weighing the earth how would you go about 11V Well if your education hud been neglected and you were In const pienee lIgnorant of mathematics you night decide to cut up this terrestrial globe 01 ours In blocks and bring each block to the surface of the earth and there weigh It on an ordinary pair of scales Time operation would doubtless he n costly and fatiguing one anti per Imps many unscientific landowners inltfht object to your lrryiug off their explalutdIthat It WitS merely as n temporary loan Hut let us for arguments sake suppose Unit you succeeded Well having carried each block to Ibis surface and many of them would of course have IlXCn brought trom time very center of the earth one at a time returning each to its proper place before weighing the next unit having discovered that each block weighed n ton then before your labors ended and the lust block of earth had been placed Oil the scales you would have dealt with rather less than seven scxtllllons This of course is a tremendous num ber of tons for any moving mass to weigh hut there IIs a time ttwice each year when the earth actually vetmsn nothing at nil In October last thlsl earth gradually began to lose weight lila some lmgt giant dying of a de cline until at a certain moment of ttime It weighed only aiMuuncc Ithen half an ounce then a quurterVjind llnally just for about time JiftythosanllhI part of n second It weighed absolutely nothing what over not even so unmlMis n soup bubble which n baby might btyw nwny- To realize this you um t reihwnlwr that the earth does not travel rOyuul the sun III an exact tirekso that ibtf distance from the sun 1c always vary Ing which of course niters the power of attractiont or in oilier word time earths weight But In October April of each year tLc earth Is atI1ndI exact average distance during the frac Ilion of a second at wbfch time ax I have said before It wetahs nothing How short a space of tithe this Is may be judged from the fact that the earth moves at the rats of eighteen and a half miles every second Hut to weigh the earth in the manner- iiiggeiUI would be a very costly mat ten arid KO it tt found to be twine sat tsfnetory to employ mathematics when we shall arrive at the nutne rwsults av Burning of course Um we are correct In our deductJoiu And now as to the rnoHt uxnal raeaas employed in weigh lag the itwi Having satisfied ourselves BH Jo the true weightl of the earth we rail that Due or Unity That is the tif nu vukfj we work Tit writ tWag to do is to mount to vimn eferaJiou the top of a tower or the rtstt of a house will answer our imrjxfce rurr well drop a stone and tints out how tar It will fall in one see rind of time and what It exact rate of cje1 will be at the end of the lirst icowJTni IK not KO Lift as It sounds but crc can pare ourselves the fatigue of calcuJaliu for after 300 years scien tial hare by jeau of the mOt deli tate fnttrumeut arrived at the proved ttmciuttoM that at the end of time first tecotul the stone will Ibe at a distance of 1U leet from the starting point and will lfm then traveling at the rate of VIM feet j er seciniI This li 2 is the wioxt Iwjfortajjt factor in our calcula tloiiK xin ties been called the astro nomical wralenl for by means of It we Pan weigh the sidereal universe Now here said Professor Larkin taking a paper from his desk Is an ar tide widen I wrote some time ago on flit weighing of the still anti I do not think you can do better than make an extract from It which will save me much needless repetition and he baud sJ me the manuscript from which I quote the following paragraphs Every object In the celestial vault nn by Ihw eye of man Is n falling body The earth Is a hotly forever fall lug toward the sun and the moon for ever toward the earth If we can find with what speed the earth Is falling toward the sun at the end of our exact KMond a clew is obtalnnl that will lead through a maze of figures to the mass of the sun This must be trite for It Juts been ulscovered that If the earth contalniHi iiailrui lc Its present milan lily of matter the stone would fall at the rule of HA feet per second And Newton discovered that If the stone betaken yW 8 miles away from time earth stUd dropped Its speed at the end of the first second will be SOr feet Hut UJoS miles from the earth Is twice as far from the center us Is the surface amid 801 feet IH onefourth of KiiJ Hut 4 lithe square of 2 so gravity diminishes Its the square of the distance increases ojid directly us the matter Increases The earth Is 93000000 miles from the sun and this divided by anN equals approximately 240 There fore take a stzie to the distance of tjk N ARCTIC CREVASSE Kmrrorr Ennap From Death 11Itt FatJlomleuCarnA- nthon Flala in his rcconls 0 Two Yct In the ArctlyK ijM ifc I Chives Magazine t lIsof Jw weae from a deep crevasse on lIoAcr lIsland He was crossing an Ice cap when the snow save way beneath ihlin lie tie gUll a frightful descent mind then lost consciousness On recovering consciousness be writes I found myself wedged between Ito curves In the walls of thp crevasse the convex surfaces of which narrow ed sUfficiently to hold mo between the breast and back My left arm was r bent over my breast and had prevented me from falling through the neck of the funnel Beneath was a great cavern In which I could move my legs without finding the valld Had I stop pet three feet farther to the right I should have dropped in depths un fathomable The darkness was Intense but far above me shone a faint halo of blue with rays of light that came part wya along a face of black glassy Ice This told me where the men were Tluijr asked how deep I had falleriVl shott ed that I was about 150 fcetMWwn Jre- o It seemed to me Tust tnpn I liesrd an awful sound in the crevasse It nppcnrcd to come from below Mjr first thought was that a pack of dogs hud fallen In with me Soon the noise turned Into articulate speech and 1 learned that Steward Spencer wimi hud tried Ito save me had fallen In too At lust I saw above mo the end of a rope which gradually neared My right arm was free and at last thff precious line was In my humid I painfully mode a bowline In the end of the lope the fingers of my left hand being fortunately free Slipping the UOOKO over my right foot I called to those above to haul away I called to them to move the rope to the right and then to lower me and after considerable difficulty III time dense darkness I ills covered till steward I but copld not rescue him on account of a nvojection of Ice that Interfered I tol mhlju it would IIP best for the men t3 haul ino up1 and then send time rope down mgn1s for him to which he agreed I was drawn to time surface Just In time I fainted on reaching the top Itie steward was hauled up next No bonvM wore broken but a cut on the stew ards face required stitching On measuring the rope Seaman Dnflfr found wo had fallen to the depth of seventy feet Into the crevasse a prer Identlttl escape for If we hail fallen a short distance farther to the north where the crevasse widenedl TW should have descended beyond tha reach of help Time AnMrlnn National Hymn v Tho Austrian national anthem Is ou of IImost hiemmutiflil or TTlo mrJii j wes nnot national hymns The worD writII ten by the Jci priest L L HlscWm- ij and were set toi imiVsi JtviJif Jan JS 1707 Count von Saurau ROT eraor of Vienna issued a decree that Gott erbalte Franz den Kaiser shotfil be the Austrian national hymn and si Feb 12 It was by order sung in tithe theaters of Vienna In England it is familiar as the hymn tune Aw tria OfIt is often sung to Newtons lines Glorious timings of thee ate spoken and sometimes also to Kemp tiomes Praise the Lord ye heaveas adore him- Haydns affection for this benutlfci melody is well known lie aftenvanl employed it for the variations In tlleII Kalserqunrtet op jOtXo S and when he was near death and too weak to stand he was carried across tixs room to the clavier and solemnly play ed the tune three times according to Heir Pohl as his farewell to art Wil liam Gardiner time Leicestershire stock- Ing maker and musical amateur sent Haydn six pairs of stockings woven with the air of Gott erhalte and ota fr melodies The iiiLwick IverI- n lSm William Hall of the Lomkn firm of Chapman Hall publishers had In multi an Idea for a new monthly publication iu which were to be pro duced some humorous cockney sport lug plates by Itobert se 1st then III much repute mouriart1 upon Dickens to talk the and suggested that the latter shonld 1cowie1 Dickens knew nothing of sport he felt such a scheme would hamper him tOot i much to allow of his doing jusUMII either to himself or his publisher Tit secure the unshackled freedom which he desired for his pen he said It wouM IoutI Mr Pickwick and wrote the first number of the series now comprehensive known as The Pickwick Papers Skrptlcnl v There ivan elected to tho city Cyiwcll or Chicago once a politician of local note by reason of his frank and ab solute cynicism frequently expressed with reference to reform In polities For reformer as II class the cynical Chicagoan had only a contemptuous but pood uaturotl jest It Is said that on time occasion of the retirement of a tltIC Ill I oniccholdcr an Illinois man who had mug fed at time public crib somo one had observed to the council man that time olllceholder In question was reported to Intro resigned for time reason that ho had tired of politics and a f olllcc After ithinull the friend Blanks II pretty flue sort Great v rhurch member lie says that be will tevote the remainder of his life to do nggoodThat soT lazily asked the coUclJ1 han Wh this fellow GoodVy t is 4am4 I t v r 1yy v- 1 I Ita HC t q1 1 irra j1f r kut ton Tobac wt ova= tUIike Roaster j rt oyes fettttt Coated dealt HweXpps tadt- ptp 1 ti U iMama and I tasto touxvk it U ft t I tw Sthina Slftftftr ll y q i I rr- 1cl Goatee l tIi r I r Three ways are used by farmers toJ ivt cured air cured and flue cured 1 The old and cheap way is called air t y cured the later discovery and im i di= In flue curing the tobacco is taken if t from the fields and racked in barns tI especially built to retain heat and 1 r there subjected to a continuous high ttMJ temperature produced by the direct p rheat of flame heated flues wInch 0 ii brings out in the tobacco that tt l stimulating taste and aroma that ti expert roasting develops in green t coffee These similar processes give to both tobacco and coffee the cheer I ing and stimulating quality that pop ularizes their use L t f The quality of tobacco depends n rrfJI much on the1 curing process and the expert R J TOBACCO COMPANY WINSTONSALEM C Q t 1111 PARKLAND and SNEDEGAR 8iiccu68or to J T ON- ESOwingsville Ky Liveru Feed and if Sale Stable BUS LINE TO PRESTON 11 r TURNOUTS ALL NEW Phone No 70 9J 2m- tt T The Best r At every exhibition of pho tographs held during the las twelve months the finest ex amples of photographic por producedit on Di Nunzio Sepia Paper We are making prints by this process Come and see this work at The Bryan Studflt- oi to livery Feed AND M 3 Sale Stable r FULL LINE OF LIVERY 11 SADDLE HORSES BUGGIES DRUM r MERS1 HACKS ETC f lestt Liberty and Cannel City Hack Line LibertycGood teams and safe driver ReasonableI charges Call on mv driver Juo MMann WILL MOORE KENDALL KyNsITHE 1 ONMNMII UEel FIFTHII ftiJ = tel callpqit r w i vrcVwwzJJ M090000aN4000c HJFULS1Jtt11 I Jtt1yaxl Fifth RIlJct Green and Walnut I 1 LOUISVILLE KY lIenSIand 1BOTH PHONES JtiA 1 3 t i 9r wnTT tobacco grown in the famous Pied mont region requires and takes less sweetening than tobacco grown in any other section of the United States and has a wholesome stimulating juicy full tobacco taste that satisfies tobacco hunger Thats why chewers prefer Schnapps because Schnapps cheers more than any other chewing tobacco and thats why chewers of Schnapps pass the good thingalong one chewer makes other chewers until the fact is established that there are more chewers and more pounds of tobacco chewed to the population in states where Schnapps tobacco is sold than there are in those states where Schnapps has not yet been offered to the trade A lOCo plug of Schnapps is more economical than a much larger toe plugof cheap tobacco Sold at Soc per pound in 5c cuts Strictly 10 and 15 cent plugs REYNOLDS N now DISTRICT COUNlY AND CITY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Conjivsttman K A HorKINS rrjutHiiDbiirg- StHto Scniilor C n KCTON Winchester- UcDrcscntatlvo J W ULAYit Starling CIRCUIT COUUT Circuit Count Jiiilifo A W YOUNG Moreheud jCommonwealth Attorney ALEX CONNI2K Owing vatc Master Comnlssioncr JNO AJUDV JitSterling Circuit Clerk JMCH HUNT 3IU Sterling Comntdelodcrdtfrp Ilinll 1 II TURNER ML Sterling Receiver J W CLAY Mt Sterling TBRMS Januarytl It Monday In Sciunmlicr COUNTY COURT lint Monday In cacliimoulli Ilt1UAaTFItLY COURT Tuesday aflor 3rd Monday FISCAL COURT Ibt TuwdnyB in April unclOctobur COUNTY OFFICERS Judge A A Ilazclri R County ttomoy C K Thomut County Clerk Jno F KinK Deputy County Clerk G n scu Sheriff Cliff UcpantesJ K Richardson tlIUWr Crooks Jailor Deputy UTWII80UW SupU ofJSclioola- Asiicdsor MJGoodwin G A McCormick Surveyor JMOliver CoronerGeo C tastlllI JUSTICES OK TILE PEACE 1st District C G Thomson 2nd District J W Henry 3rd District C U Dean 4th District J II Shultz- TMil Dlbtrlct N Icrry- iOth District iiJ C Trimblu COVSTAIUK3 iHt Uric J I Irnwnc Stoekdaltliird District I IJrIIIIIIJIC1i4th District J M Oldlleld Slh District MarOllaJlldg CITY uifFicr A L DIRECTOR Mayor O W linrrl Polled Judge J II Kunipor- DCity Attorney L Day Treasurer J O MuNtltCitya WyattCityWIIIIEngineerMuleCityWlangstnuStreetloncrWeigher WYH WlkerbOn POLICEMEN Hum J Rogorn Leo C Evciott Josh McCnnnlck Lion Woven Wire Fence 20 80 nnd 48 inches high costs less at- C T Plunders KFDH1 aotf jIt Sterling Ivy Stocktons Tailor Shop The only uptodate shop in the city Hero you get the best cleaning pressing tend neatest repairing work onoIStrother Thomas Manager i Phone S2o 81if i 1 Reduced Rates VIA Queen Cre cent Route On the first and third Tuesdays each month to many points SOUTaWinter Tourists Tickets now on smile good till May at1 For par ticulars write H C KING C P TA Lexington IKyf 32 i yr Brightestt Snappiest I Best The- Louisville Timestills the bill Published ovoryI weolcduy afternoon You keep postedon EVERYTHING when you rend THE TIMES Regular VCIllYouMt Sterling Advocate twiceSUlICIl not The Times Read The Times AND Keep Up With the Times goodlourMANSFIELDS BEST PATENT For sale by M F HINSONjj I LOCUST and BANK STSjj Phone 726 I ocasr I Ijeawrw mahrenva edrnw rr j I Buy your coal and feed 11 from Moore Scott Corner J 1J of Bank and Locust 24t1 f oesoodoon yxiiwjBone fleoaBa ADVICE FOR THE BRIDE Writer Says Let Hubby Have OccaI slonal Evenings Out N There nro not a few women in the world who have a rooted iidea Hint their husbands should be us much n home fixture as the domestic cat mill this little mistake on their purll is an iietive anent in the propagation of matrimonial woes rata iis essentially creature of change and monotony is the teat Mow of many a onetime lierC- mu ruing passion Consequently tit J wise vomnn knowing tthis will cIhcourage her husband to spend an n casional evening out recognizing that her company timid that of his home iIl1m hurter appreciated IiUIlfIiI1Ind in between a night 1vit his old chums or one spout at tll ei muchmalignld lint innocent clu meeting Early iin married life a Nonni- should rocognixo this fact and net accordingly Instead of adopting an aggressive attitude when her hus band suggests going out she should smile sweetly help him to get out t midI say Im glad you are going out dear Dont hurry home al when he does count it should be t liud a smiling wife and a good sup per This is the sort of marriage whichl is seldom a failure The husband of such a wife is always in love withI her and has a habit of mentally con trasting her with the other wives of his acquaintance mush to her ad1 vantageI There are many worse fellows than the one who sLick an oemmion night out with his particular chums1 JCncourage him little bride antf dont weep your bonnio eyes out when he takes you at your word Never mind the example of your neighbor who has a husband of tthe liiselns hen perked order sa 1 Womans Life You do not IItl j monotony to put the first touch of blight on your still warm glowingI rtlrcetinn and this assuredly will happen if you do not restrain your pissiun for an unlimited dose of jour husuandcompiUl ONE THING HE KNEW A certain former mayor of Manchester Mass nmla certain former alderman both of whorl for oftime purposes of this story shall be t nameless were at swords points during time whole of their political careen and indulged in mutiny a wordy scrap The mayor never had got beyond the high school in educational career and the alder titan had sawed olr his schooling1 with the grammar grade and netter prided himself on his scholarship It happened one day that they in dulged in an argument rather more healed than usual See here said the alderman at length IIIIIllj not be much of a scholar but there is one thing about it 1 know enough not to aspell Jesus with a small g Huston Herald KNEW HER DAD Motlior YiH Ruth hum way to nianH heart Is through his stoinacli Until Its lucky dad aint u cunt alit t It ma USE FOR SAGES MONEY Mrs1 Russell Sage it is carne t may hn generous patron of Itill gov eminent to establish n permanel IlrooklynJltulhttlfnn or or more Mrs Sage has recentlyI been showing4 a kern interest in women artists of Manhattan who are strugt gling to makeI a livelihood in art If Mrs Sage should contribute it is probable that timer vheme to raise I I 100000 to erect a studio building near Prospect park will bo enlarged to 1lIiIt touch greater sum prob ably 00000 or 100000 NO HOPE OF CONTENTMENT Sims has everything she wants Everything Positively everything uSo wonder she is discontented oootoo9OY9Yw 6 q t PR fISSHtfiftL I I 0 C TURNER A A HAZELRIQQ TURNER HAZELRIGG ATLAWtKentuckyli Will practice in all the Courts of tot Commonwealth PREWITTII LAWeKentuckyc1Office Court St opposite Court h House Samuels upcstairs fLEWIS APPERSON llRTLAW Appcrsoein ItJG WINNA- TTORNEYATLAW Mt Sterling Kentucky Office Over Montgomery National Haul DR D L PROCTOR DENTI8T1 1dAIL Sterling Kentucky oOrrice over Liiulscy Rodman Court Street DR R L SPRATT DENTIST Mt Sterling Kentucky I100rWilHamterian Church FOGGnlLAWYER West Liberty KcntuckyI W 9 TED HidesS111Furs Feathers Wool Sheep Pelts Will Pay HiRkesTcaslih Price Sullivan Tooheu- West Locust Street MT STKItMM KY Home Phone 174 Cumberland 37 SOUTHERN RAILWAYJ Shortest mum Hest Route From hisLOUISVILLE TO ST LOUIS and the WtST Two Vast Trains Daily running throu solid from Louisville to St Louis withon change as follows Lv IouisviJIc 9ooa m- Ar SL louls61 p in Lv Louisville 1015 p m- Ar St Louis 732 p m Most direct plume to Chattanooga At lanta Knoxville Charleston awl Ilor dia and all Southern points includ ing Asheville N C mid time beautiful TulphireCountry Send 2 cent stamp for lLand of the Sk11 Booklet and other illustrated liter Lure J P IXK2AX Tray Vmtfr A 11t KyC1lKyJ1 I SI tank lo Wall Paper ANDle1aROOM MOULDINGS coUlpleteHvery ritedrightComcl newlineLtltitlto order Idiningf I ments Plate Rail and tlllcrI kinds room I mouldings Pressed leather lincrustcr I titbargains I I E L Brockway it Phone 297 Next door to Express OEr St George Hotel WINCH JSTKII KY R W STERLING PROP Formerly of the Bnntuont- Kverythintj First Class Steam in Rooms and Maths ll- Erallkfolt Af GiDciian irIV THE MIDLAND ROUTED r 0LOCAL TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 5th 1905 =Y JII A M P Y1 084 No INo8IINOS3N2IN2ISUNDAY I Ot U Ai 11 VA 710tOil U Summ tAi 11 n l U11 a 34IIv JolkhomAI 11 U 7 eN 2JI 111082JI2 I 2 16Lv IIGoorKCtown I I AI 10 89 tiJI 10 O UG117 1 Y 2S Lv NowwwnAr 964 801 liltJ86S46II J 42 Com18 wlQHcatatpWithlitJEOBIIAKPKB C W HAT Pros aad Gcnl SupU OP A t Lexin ton A Eastern Ry TIMETABLE Kfloctlvo Nnvitnilicr 1811- MidEdnt8ouzsc1 fSTATIONSII f Aa 9 4 iItt5 Winchester II me d IS rClayaiSlanttKlleM 4 1 II1 Itoiimpum Junction in U H 66to17toSU Helen Glti 110TalloKu i IIi me tS Athof i 4 10 48 Klkatawa U OU It le Ot K Junction 1116 It Iii Jackson U a II a- West8ousid 9TAITON8 NO1 1 SS I Kx8uvyUlyn rLVJitCxxon II I fJuncton tllKtkutItAthlh t0IsIf W I U TltcuttyrlllU Junction a I I aIlIIIIIIHonlunctloll T 4 iiUUmllc T L 4 dFllson P u9 4ttnton I Jr t IS ufVlnchelltcr U Jr tLoxingwn 9 5 1 11r dulyTrainI except Sands r CONNECTIONS nottI eItrAt Camiiton Junctlun All Tralnncon sect with Mountain Central Railroad for 11Cumuton NtwxoldIteuttriftiuucttonpIseultto1 JlQdfl Ry 1 atution on Uio O A Kllr CUAOSCorr Gen Inu Agent o oeveo44 oetwvooeoei S FOR SALE f o eoovQ oe oooeoeoe Inquire of Advocate for Partlcularsl lilt rare 124 iicro in woods r tine norer fat fvunriatluu l oJ two tory brisk iv ltlOIICoitooo IlyatiamtlywlthilNgnuroufchral IlllIlMIIIIJcHeard 10 mlliN to Lonixvilln the adtuntugr rra+ town and country ooititjliied su500 awithi Ire sereI i 00lI larv houe un like tx stl111I1I fitp o UI iicivs MvonilI creek bottoms 25 lIet ewoods I Isxrocalhcrlwanrhtlt Jcdttin IIOIT stightlp11111 down Imiiw very low Irk ai aeies holrIrcx hnnty8 carolVtllOOO twoNtur hntlNS- 1q ntctee 2 1111I1eyNaclrsG niilcH Jitim llodtfUHvillc ha iR e tohy No liii mvittm iit jon jior acre JrIIOtISmlhl1fJ1fJ oouluoirie x V n p W HECKSMAKU- fACTUkINQ PLACb ON EAST JillI STREET IHepdriiiir is done at this ctllhJislulllut Oil as short time as rood workiniin C1ship will permit and the Jprices charged will please porslnlRubber I quickly so builds the famous Set tic Bros Break Curt C W HECK eatSuccessors to MC i1Iaway Mannis at ar i ay T1 4B y1 S Sn T Fl Rnt- Y r- trtr F II I U d lea am tobacco wtWove t Like OClatj e a mQtovs Greg Cottee Meat BevelLo ps 1ctt t if f SxtuaYt Aroma nod 1ast fOUt 1 CC1S OoGCCOI and CottttIo P Three ways are used by farmers and their to O for curing preparing bacco for the market namely sun cured air cured and flue cured The old and cheap way is called air- f cured the later discovery and im proved way is called flue cured In flue curing the tobacco is taken from the fields and racked in barns especially built to retain heat and w I 4 there r subjected to a continuous high j lf temperature produced by the direct heat of flame heated flues which brings out in the tobacco that Stimulating taste and aroma that 4 expert roasting develops in green coffee These similar processes give to both tobacco and coffee the cheer ing and stimulating quality that pop ularizes their user The quality of tobacco depends t much on the curing process and the kind of soil that produces it as ex pert tests prove that this flue cured l J WINSTONSALEM I 4 PARKLAND and SNEDEGAR Successor to J PIONE- SIOwingsville Ky Feed and Sale Stable BUS LINE TO PRESTON 1 TURNOUTS ALL NEW Phone No 70 J9 m- T TheBest At every exhibition of pho tographs held during last twelve months finest examples of por L traiture have been produced on Di Nunzio Sepia Platinum Paper We are now making prints by this process Come and see this work at The Bryan Stutho 1 Feed AND i Sale Stable 4A Lt FULL LINE OF LIVERY SADDLE HORSES BUGGIES DRUM Jf 11 0 tIERS HACKS ETC West Liberty and Caiinel City A hack every day from West Liberty tc Cauuel City will meet all trains Good teams and safe driver Reasonable charges Call on mv driver Jno MMano WILL MOORE KENDALL t1 West Liberty uooooooooooooooo FIFTH IVENUEI 4Iote1Invites all Kentuckians to call when in J00001 DO 0000 C 0 1 uffciiaimnitriuiaiiitiisJaVi IFIL J PlJLS 1 Filth St bet Green and Walnut 1 LOUISVILLE KY Is a Dyer and Cleaner of Mens sand Womens Wears Dry f ing a Specialty Prices CleanIIsouable and is done J and in the very best order lCOr = J tobacco grown in the famous Pied mont region requires and takes less sweetening than tobacco grown in section of the United States and has a wholesome stimulating juicy full tobacco taste that satisfies tobacco hunger Thats why chewers prefer Schnapps because cheers more than any other chewing tobacco and thats why chewers of pass the good thingalong one chewer makes other chewers until the fact is that there are more chewers and more pounds tobacco chewed to the population in states where tobacco is sold than there are in those states where Schnapps has not yet been offered to the trade A IOC plug of is more economical than a much larger IOC plugof cheap tobacco Sold at 5oc per pound in 5c cuts Strictly 10 and 15 cent plugs N C R REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Uveru the the photographic Livery Haok Liner Ky xovssvxzzriNOt1- 00000N00O00 work anyother Schnapps Schnapps established of Schnapps Schnapps DISTRICT COUNlY AND CITY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Congressman F A HOPKINS lrt iiilnjrg State Senator C 11 KCTON Winchester Representative J W OliAY Mt Sterling CIRCUIT COUltT Circuit Couit Judge A W VOUNG Morchuad Commonwealth Attorney ALES CONNlJIt Owingsvllle Master Commissioner JNO AJUDV MtSterllns Circuit Clerk mOil HUNT MU Sterling CommissiorfcrJury Fund P 15 TUItSElt Mt Sterling- Kuccivur v J W CLAY MU Sterling TICIIMS 3rd Monday In January 2nd Monday In April Ut Monday In September COUNTY COURT and Monday in cachinonlh- QUAttTEIMA COURT Tuesday aftorltrd Monday FISCAL COURT 1st Tne days in April umlOctoucr COUNTY OFFICERS Judge A A HazclriAK County Attoraoy C F Thomas County Clerk Jno IF King Deputy County Clerk G n Send SheriffClialrewIttItIchlirdsonDcpnucd Jailor C T Wilson Deputy W ILTIpton Supt ofJSehoola MJGoodwin Assessor Gi McCormick Surveyor JIOIlclCoroner Gao C Kastin JUSTICES OF TILE PEACE 1st District C G Thomson 2nd District J W Henry lyd District C L Dean 4th District J II Shultz Mil District 1T N Perry Uth District I J C Triinblu CONsTAHLES IiNt D ric J I Irawnc- U2nd District If Stockdalo l8rd Dlaulct1IIhllllrclII 4th District J M Oldlluld 5th District Marcus Judge CITY utTFICIALDlEECTOUY Mayor 0 W Harris Police Judge J II Kent per City Attoroey- Titsusurcr D L nay J O Greene Chief of Police It F Miutlu City Collector John Gililiona WyattCityEngineer Reid McKee City Clerk A W Sutton LangstnnStreetWeigher W H Wilterton POLICEMEN Sam J Rogers Goo C Everott- Johh McCormick Lion Woven Wire Fence 25 30 nnd 48 inches highcosts less at OT Flanders KFIl ID 81 80tf Mt Sterling Ky Stocktons Tailor Shop The only uptodate shop in the city Mere you get the best clean jug pressing and neatest repairing work done Strother Thomas Manager Phone 225 2813t r Reduced Rates VIA Queen Crescent Route nn On the first and third Tuesdays ofr each month to ninth points SOUTHi Winter Tourists Tickets now o I side good till May 31 POI par writeH KING G P T A Lexington Ky 32 t yr Brightest Snappiest Best The LouisvilleTimes fills the bill Published every wcijkday afternoon You keepI posted on EVERYTHING when you rend TILE TIMES Regular yearLottI Mt Sterling Advocate twiceSC1II1l not The Times Read The Times AND Keep Up With the Times goodlourMANSFIELDS BEST PATENT For sale by M F HINSON LOCUST and BANK STS Phone 726 i e e a+w errx ay+ e + r Buy your coalrand feed1 j from Moore Scott Corner J j of Bank and Locust L Homa Phone 37 E K 24 earea+ neeonos ssonvrenxiaxeaeavent- LtL + 4 ADVICE FOR THE BRIDE Writer Says Let Hubby Have Occa slonal Evenings Out i There mire not a few women in the worM who have a rooted iidea that their husbands should be as much a home fixture as the domestic eat null this little mistake on their part Is an aelive agent in the propaga tion of matrimonial woes Man iis essentially a creature of change and monotony is the death- blowI of many a onetime fierce burning passion Consequently the wise woman knowing tthis will en courage her husband to spendtin oc cnsional evening out recognizing that her company timid that of his home will be butler appreciated if siulwie led in between a night with his old churls or one spent at the muchmaligned but innocent club meeting End iin married life a woman should recognize this fact and act accordinglyi Instead of adopting an aggressive attitude when her hus baud suggests going out she should smile sweetly help him to net out aril say Im glad you are going jut dear Dont hurry home and when lie dots collie it should he to lind a smiling wife anda good sup perThis is the sort ofmarriage which is seldom a failure The husband of such a wife is always ill love with her and lilts a habit of mentally con trasting her with the other wives of his acquaintance much to her ad vantage There are many worse fellows IHum I II0I1e who seeks an occasional night out with his particular chums Kncourage him little bride and doifi wwp your bonnie eyes out wlnii he ttakes you at your word Never mind the example of your neighbor who his a husband of the Ihstclas henpecked order says Wanteblight on your still warm glowing afVction and this assuredly will happen if you do not restraint your pissUiu1 for au unlimited dose of- yarn husbands company ONE THING HE KNEW A certain former mayor of Manchester Maw undIt certain former alderman both of whom for the purposes of this story shall be nameless were at swords points during the whole of their political caries and indulged in many a wordy scrap The mayor never hall got beyond the high school in his aldern man had sawed oil his schooling with the grammar grade and neither prided himself on his scholarship It happened one day that they in dulged in an argument rather more heated than usual Set here said the alderman at length 1 maynot be much of a scholar but there is one thing about it 1 know enough not to spell Jesus with a small g Boston Herald KNEW HER DAD Mother Ves Ruth the way to a mans heart Is through his stouinch Until Its lucky dad aint a camel aint It nia USE FOR SAGES MONEY Mrs Hussell Sage it iis learned may be a generous patron of till gov ernment to establishi a permanent womens art club ill Brooklyn or Manhattan at a cost of 110000or more Mrs Sane has recentlyI heen- showind a keen interest in women artists of Manhattan who are struggling to IIIIIIII livelihood in art 1If Mrs Sage should contribute it is probable that the scheme to raise I 100000 to erect a studio building near Imspect park will bo enlarged to 1IiII much greater sum prob ably 00000 01 100000 NO HOPE OF CONTENTMENT She has everything she wants EverythingPositively everything- Nou wonder she is discontented 1 vovVVVVTVirootnWiJyp WVWVVtNl i- to PftOfISSltlfiL I I RGGITURNER HAZELRIGG ATTORN EYSAT lAW Mt Sterling Kentucky Will practice in all the Courts of tht Commonwealth HR PREWITT ATTORNEYATLAW M t Sterling Kentucky Office Court St opposite Court- House Samuels Building front room up stairs LEWIS APPERSON ATTORNEY ATLAW Office First floor Tyler Apperson Building Maysville Street J G WINNA- TTORNEYATLAW Mt Sterling Kentucky Office Over Montgomery National Dank DR D L PROCTOR DENTISTS Mt Sterling Kentucky Office over Lindsey Rodman Court Street DR R L SPRATT DENTIST Mt Sterling Kentucky Office West Main St second floor Presbyteriatt FINLEY E FOGG LAWYER West Liberty Kentucky Wd trTEJYour Eggs Poultry Hides Furs Feathers Wool Sheep Pelts Will Pay Highest Cash Price Sullivan Tooheu West Locust Street MT STEIILING KY Home Phone 174 Cumberland a 7 SOUTHERN RAILWAY Shortest and Pest Route From LOUISVILLE TO ST LOUIS and the WEST Two Fast Trains Daily nwiring through solid from Louisville to St Louis withou change as follows LA Louisville 900 a ni Ar St Louis612 p in Lv Louisville u 1015 p m- Ar St Louis 732 p in- Most direct hire to Chattanooga At lanta Knoxville Charleston amid lflor dia and all Southern points includ ing Asheville N C and the beautiful lu1dof the Sky and Tapphire Country Send 2 cent stamp torIIlulll of the Sky Booklet and other illustrated litera lure J F LOGAV Tray Passr AS KyCMl Fourth We Loufevlllc Kv J C HKAM G 11- 5r lend Mo- i Walli PaperA- ND ROOM MOULDINGS completeHvcry t 200 combinations to select from r11er rightCoupeline of Picture Frame Mouldinjjs Latest style frames of all kinds made to order yourdiningments Plate Rail and all kinds room mouldings Pressed leather lincruster Walton dyed and tilled burlaps all at bargains E L Brockway Phone 297 Next door to Express Office St George Hotel W1NC1IESTKU KY R W STERLING PROP Formerly of the Banmont Everything First Class Steam Heatl in Rooms and Baths rr f Frankfortt cumuli Fjr o THE MIDLAND ROURII Ir 0LOCAL TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 5th 1905 =I Ylo84 IDiitdlIIIAG82JIJ 7 05 Lv Johnson Ar 10 0 BS 2 471 7 I 33 6yj2 Gll 7 12II I C N DepotJOI I i jv 6 5W 18717 M LvNcwtownAr S 54 607 gIJ 20 7 47AI Paris J G633 7 l Junctj8CI R Y1Q42II Onnf ts at Paris Union Depot with ky CentralConnects WithLtNKO IJAUlER C W HAT Prca aad Genl Supt GP A Lexin ton Eastern Ry TIMETABLE Effective Niivimilwr 18 WOtf Edst8ours- drSTATWNSIfxI u I Nuty VtWtncheeterS I le tj us IiIIClay ty t 18 II 52 HIIIt 4 1tc 11 Dir dee t J 9 s4 t SSIAriuuttpattrvillo Junction 5 II8 10 11 St Helens b 2ti 11 Talluga 5 H7 le xi Athol I 45 10 Cit Klkatawa t tJ 09 11 le isitWeptsound SSTlTON8I NO1 Jx8uDMly lttv0SJunction J I 2 JOAthoTallin II 4i T tlSt Helens lli GI Y lff Jlcattyvillo Junction 7 Oi S tea I 4lunptonDumlcc 7 52 4 Ot Kllsoii s 01 4 JtStanton S It 4 2i1 II Clay S 35 4 LI tt K Junction 9 UO i W Winchester II 1 i- j1 Lexington I 51 i ilnlvTruiiid except Sunder CONNECTIONS 0114tI 8UrAt Campton Junction All Train con sect with Mountain Central Itrulroiul tor lumLltlJlIIAlI Mrattvvillo Junction Train Slt f IteattyrillsJunctionto sad fnnii Itealtyvilk At 0t If function Trains Nos 3aod1 YtIIUODI CIIAO5COrr Gen Pasa Agent Ov0 o0040 ob4g4eoeo FOR SALE Io oeoeoe oe oeve eoe Inquire of Advocate for Partlcttlam M nocrtaiIUItfoimiliUiiiii Inll Kood cellar mMid hum land iffy r wltbrvnod 11IIlkelkni cork adrantugtlvncrrqwith1so acts kt1 I bot1I11I11 r 171 acres Mvcral creek 15x1weatlierbotrtdeiicrawxxls fefesI OrtkIUhtlrIUII calowJ1j acitis iioir A 11toiled ffii twostory100 acres 2tory rroom house on railroad 1 miles east of Louisville 7Vo 500iicnMrt eCo1 pet ecrc 115 milCIOIIl a oCelectricacree iC W HECKS f I thisI I r1 titneiis rood workman ship will permit and the prices charged will please nnv reasonable person ProvidedkquikISI so builds the famous Set tle Bros Break Cut C W HECK C Successors to McGHlnwny Mannis WIII s 4 OtSRa ct1iNc tJ- I rr a It i JJ 1 f in lii it with fftum fd the of poor i a pure cake or biscuit they in To be sure of you must use t c R V ftl8f a in your a you a in your L iir j 11njUred j jParcel I Hull niai GwHgo were in jured inlthe wreck on the I ItC X fcnear will recover Mr Edward William of this city was ill the IdIIlId was imich shaken up I or I III been I costive hilt Doaus gave just the results desired They1 act mildly ml regi lato the bowels Jeorg B Krausc Kttt NValnut Aye A toonu Pa 30Mt Jtaxt 1 SpecialI Finest Flour ou earth at Iper t j Ruth Cash hlllIIIII l rwhenl the hllcrelb- ome homej froA 5Ch t r 0I They usually want something from pantytYou remember the hunger had Home cooking counts for much the childs health do not imperil diby use baking powder I aHave delicious homemade muffin ready when I come the purity I t i Royal makes difference hons difference in health difference cooking is absolutely PureM t jJohn I engineer Knox who I Christianburg very somewhat Hugulcts perfectly Saturdays 55440 t Bios the you Heavy Damage As a result from damages in the wreck on the Brcwstcr express near Bronx Park last week in which 20 persons were killed and1I more than 100 were seriously in jured suits for damages amount ing to more than 1 1500000 will be brought Foil SIB r lhrc Cottages Apply to 011 Willoiigliby 821I t The Thaw CIISC is still drawing large crowds and publicopinion seems to bo with Harry Thaw th slayer of Stanford White TfffyYffWtfffiYWYtfWTYNfWvWM IE Request offost Masters and Subscribers = 0 Lust week we received a card1 front a Post Master in f ElWlIlllIIil siiyitlg that papers for two of our subscribers II E are left in post ollice and that the address of these two is to f flanged AVefdo not know where to find these men Jf the Post Master knew Iiri1 grid said their new address is =naming the post ollice he would hove favored 11 4t Jus anti given us an opportunity to write them He wrote J thut auothcrhad refusedt his paper Strange it is that an iI1HIIJIstlIIun will subscribe for a paper get it for a year or 10 two without paying for it and will then have the Post Master w write Refused Each of these three owes for the paper m Wishing to change location or to discontinue the paper they A rr should Have notifieiTUS not the Post Muster in words some J itiling like these I t i 1tt Powell Co Ky Feb 7 1007 PKAU St1Is11seeI from tag on my pitper that I owe for1 I J = two years and nine months Circumstances arc such that I 1 e = do not care longer to take the ADVOCATK Enclosed is check 1r in full to date You will please discontinue the paper f Respectfully E 11I i e IKAiitbns Foi ten years 1 have read yoiir paper Next week Jjijin to go to my new home at ti Ese thatjli yyve you for two years and seven months Not E wishing to locate elsewhere While I owe for the paper b- eE cause mynejw neighbors who drop in to see us would pink up = the paper and notice that I Owe i for it aijd would thins form a r bud opinion of us I heroin enclose aI money order to pay for four years This pays in advance I butt flint is to show my 1 appreciation of iyour kindnoss Please sec that the late on f r o TAJ is changed before first copy COMICS to me at = I regret that 1I have overlooked this matter 5 Very respectfullyI I cdd t Then weI could have said That is business courtesy t E honesty These men are thoughtful and considerate They 6 will not bo disturbed in their sleep at night by the thought f that thtfy had tried to wade payment ofIl just debt or that it was unkind in them to thus treat an editor who Knows they t told him to send me the paper until they asked that it bo rl- e diseontinucdHditorjjHnil out some strange things tWMMWfMMMAA 4 AWMhMWMM qjI i 4 1r- 2 AjiifcfL S r I ROYAL Next Saturday the bet Flour on earth at car load prices Hoth Bros Cash Grocery Next Saturday Only 1000 pounds fresh tinge Snaps at 5c a pound at Roth Bros Cash Grocery Public Sale At the Guilfoile sale of personaII property 10 2yearold mules sol at 5110 per head pair extra work mules S4V2 pair work mules sam driving mare 1 Hj family mare Hfij milch cow 118 year lint steers 10 per head 0 calves X151 per head sow and pits 11j heilIoj i corn S per barrel mixed hay Sl12 per stack fodder 15c per Shock Piles Pililes PCS Dr WUIIamn Imllnn Illo Olnltncnt will curt Itlintl IJIdcdliiK UlciTiitcU mid Itclilus Illox It nbjnil4 tliu inmoiis nlliirs the Itcliinjr tit once HCtS UK II lllllllicc KiVVrt IIHtillU Hlllf Or + lliains liiilliin 1ilo ilnttnunt u prciiarcd fur IlliM anil ItolihiK of the piiviito purls Jivery bas lto giiimtiitcuil Sld by Thomas cnncdy furOc uuallcu 2ulyr d i r Dont tohet SI1 box of that line Toilet Soap at 25c noN Saturday at Hoth Bros Cash Grocery Poultry and Eggs Wanted Henry Judy having engaged in the poultry and erg business with S Uenakcr at the old stand o Konakcr on Locust street ask his friends to see him bolero selling their chickens turkeys duels geese hides etc Phone 113 2f tf Ten barrels fresh Ginger Snaps next Saturday at oc a pound Roth Bros Cash Grocery Dont forgot Roth Bros Big Special Smile next Saturday Fin est Flour on earth and fresh Gin gel Snaps at car load prices WANTED I WANTED J YOUR SCRAP IRON LIVE OEESE IIEffS ROOSTERS TURKEYS AND EGOS tilDES FURS TALLOW BEESWAX FEATHERS AND OINSENO FOR WHICH I Will PAY TilE HIGHEST CASII PRICE 33Mt E T REIS forRent One furnished toldone unfurnished Mrs Kate McNamarn t It One of the handsomest business rooms in the city is that occupied by Mrs Emma Wilson on Broadway It has been newly painted und papered in artistic st5 I- cTREES I The Blue Grass Nurseries lexington Ky offer for tau Spring of JIHJ7 a large line of I tend lcKOCCIIPGlnlc lndGcnullIlII F Uillenmeyer Sons al4i- w r J I eI n r Destructive Fire The handsonie WIQ of Mr I James T Highland tjireo miles from this city on the faysvillo i pike was totally destroyed lby lire I i Saturday night with most of injj j i flumes were discovered by a ncgrd1 cook but had gained such head way that the residence could no L n be saved Only the furniture i I two rooms was saved Mr High 11111and his sister Wore tho only ones at homo Lima rust of the film ily being away The loss on the iresidence and contents is flboutl 57 JJU with insurance of 2f200 Tho retislcnco tens one of the haikl soinost hour in the 6tntv andI I Ifdie loss is far hotVicr than dirt lit estimated in Inonoy value Horse Thief Arrested Courtday A lbert Heed arrested n own suspecting him as a horse thief Another was with him who escaped Tho arrested man gave his name as Tim Royalty of COl ntehvillo Mercer county Ky 1Me had sold one horse and had another in his possession Tuesday following tho Sheriff gave Reed v description of horses belonging to a man by the name of HIts and one by the nanio of Young Leba non 1Ky Those men were notifi C1l1l1tCUIIW here identified their horses und paid Mr Reed 25 re wad for each horse Royalty is held over to April term of the court Public Sale of Personal Profc1 On Thursday Feb 2H 1107 at the McClure farm near Glassy Kiel F will sell to the highest bid tier the following One mare in foal to jack 1 4yr oll1 mare safe for lady to drive 1 2yroId lilly 8 milch cows 1 2yr sowd1 12 buggy 1 2horse wagon nil kinds farming implements etc Terms made known day1 of sale Sale begins at 10 oclock MASON linn At the George and Martha Wash ington reception at Trimbles rink on Friday evening February 22nd Miss Thcodosia Burr and the guests of honor General and Mrs Wash ington did not enter contest for pi ixes Prizes wore awarded as follows First ladies price to Miss Julia Rodman second ladies prize to Miss llattio William third ladies prize to Miss Fannie Cline Harry Howell representing Gen Lafayette won the gentlemans prize for Sale thatftime I will on Saturday March 9 1J07 at 2 oclock at time Court house door offer at public solo tho Sarah A Hull property on Mays vine street ono square from depot For particulars call on Mrs Lou Thomas 332t Texas Lands For Sale Good land for stile in East Texas for sale on easy terms Largo and small tracts Write Ford Shaffer Jefferson Texas At St Patricks Church Monday March 18 1907 at 8 p in there will bo a Musicalo by tho Choir Lecture St Patrick and tho Irish Peoplesby Rev T J McCaffrey Tickets 25 cents for the Best Fitting t Plumbng Highest Grade 01 Gas Stoves Etc See JOHN WILLIAM I IEastI lain St Prices are exactly right Quality the bet 1 r i 4 1t A I4MONDr BfANbSHOL r FOR EVERY FOO FMD FACTO ES nWemake every style of shoe that is worn That is one reason why tiye I 14j can give you better value for they1 t money in Diamond Brand 45 hjJthan is possible in factories making t 7iJ i only1 one jkind of shoe 1 J V 1 Ai ve operate five lygc plants subdivided into seven 2 specialty factories every inch of leather can be utilized in 1 Vi dme department and we are fcnabledto grade our leather f ll- jiioj produce uniformly the highest quality without faster 1 td Ask your dealer for Diamond Brand Shoes J- DIAMOND BRAND C S1fOcMAkIRS lr f 5 if4 j 77 t t The above brand Shoes sold and warranted by jp t ii Oliver Chilled Plows e nnnn i Are the best general purpose phws in the world wK They are the ONLY original and genuiii e chilled eIplows made There are over 2000000 Oliver Chilled Plows in actual use 0They are WARRANTED to do better work and MORE OF IT with same amount of draft than any other plow made Prewitt Howell S o SOLE AGENTS ffi2 We handle both wood and steel beam OOO O OOO o oeJb Commissioners Sittings SlOXTGOMKUl CIRCUIT COURT MAKY WILLIAMS Plaintiff v11 Notice 01 Commissioner Sitting SUSAN WEST1IROOK Etc Defendants l 1 ICJtIIlI1lJlnln11II Sit Sterling Ky on Wednesday March ell 1IK7 and will conclude the tmmo on Saturday teal Itli IK7 All iwreniift clnms against the dccc dent Jns tVesl brow am notified to present ti 0 iiroo to me properly plrotcndurlug said time JOHN A JURY 3J31 Slaatcr CommlMloncr M C C Commissioners Sittings 310NTUOMEItV CIRCUIT COURT JOHN DAMKL IKtc Plaintiff vs Notice of Commissioners Sitting SBTI1 COMBS Etc Defendants Jfotlro Is hereby plvcn that I will Iwgin my sittings In the above styled case at my oillco Iin Mt Stealing Ky on Wednesday Jliircli eta SaluldayApraAll tel eane having claims ncninst Ue deco presehhelime JOHN A JUI IV 1I2 at Matter toiiiiiisloiior M C c The Original and Genuine MANSFIELD FLOUR Best is America 294t Sold by M F HIXSON At tho Bollcy Thompson sale on Thursday Auctioneer Cravens sold as follows Corn 285 bees per stand 450 timothy hay in burn 17 per Etonoil lhnmsy 14q sides 12 4c shoulders llc 1 mare 70 pair t ycnroldt mules X350 If- t Y i Commissioners Sittings MONTGOMEUV GKIICUIT COURT 1 ANNA T11031130NIInlntide itT t y c vi Kotlco of Commissioners Sittings ft f CEO FERGUSON Etc Defendants v rI L j J Notice Is hereby given that 1 will begin my A iffsittings In tho iibove Mylcd caw at mv iffico in i ftMaiclir tltinday Aped eta IDOTr i tf 1 JOHN A JUDY 03t Master Commissioner UCC L t t WEEKLY t t COURIER ct J JOURNAL JI uHJd Ct f Mt Sterling n AdvocateS r t Both One Year AT REDUCED PRICES + J approaching That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been u I Democrat never a Republican Essential differences out of the wny Democrats file getting to gether The Courier Journal is going to support the ticket And there you hayo its Send your order for this combi nation to USnot to the Courier Journal The regular price oftho1- Yeckly CourierJo ulIln I alone is A 1 JIiij cart4 J j c a 1 iG x4y I f I t f not with alum use of baking j i I Have a delicious cake or ready in To be sure of purity you must use J Igt1 iJ a in in 4 in j ji isi iWL 1 li Ntl ilj a iA JiT X I i injured flolin jarcell engineer and lire man Gojorget Knox were in ji tred ini i Nii ear Christianhiirg will recover iMr of this city as in the and was very slllllln upj I I have been somewhat costive Imt Doabs Ucgulets gave just the wuilts net mildlv id regulate the bowels perfectly B 1Krause 505 Pa 304ti Next Special ttI on earth at SI10 per barrel Hoth Hius Cash hooey I I lrri1I hel the chilarn11 11i j kofl ff t I I t wi v IThey usually waat something from the pantry i You remember the hunger you hadr Hume cooking counts formuch in the childs health do imperil food by the poor powder f I lit pure the homemade muffin biscuit when they f j I I 1 l I U who wreck Latch They Finest clout II Royal makes difference your homea difference your t1ealth 4adifference your cooking jiROYAL absolutely Pure Kdward William desired Georgp Vahnil AyeICtoonn Saturdays Heavy Damage As a result from damages in the wreck on the Hrewster I Bronx Park lust week in which 20 persons were killed andl more than 100 were seriously iin jured suits for damages amount lug to more than SI 100000 will Ibe brought r Foil Three Cottages Apply to 01 Willoughby 321 1 The Thatf case is still drawing publicopinioIseetlls t1 slayer of Stanford YhileII TMYtfYW vtf YYWtlVtf E Request of Post Masters and Subscribers = Lust week we received a card from a Post Master in i PoWell county sayiiig that papers for two of our subscribers Ip tre left in post ollice and that the address of these two is t j theD4C t R naming the post ollice he would have favored a us and given us 1111 opportunity to write them lie wrote that another had refused his paper Strange it is that an j iv 4 fir Fetwo without paring it and will then have the Post Master 3 t E writeCftised Each of these three owes for the paper d F t Wishing to chttnge location or to discontinue the paper theyg lvorlssmncMthing like these i Ij Powell Co Ky Feb 7 IflOT JKAU itsIII IIIIseeI from turn on my pUper that I owe for two yours and months Circumstances are such that I lo not care longer to take the ADVOCATK Enclosed is check I tiin full to date You will please discontinue the paper Respectfully IL I I IiEEpins Fur ten years 1 have read your paper Next weekll1am to go to my home at =A EI see lliatjli 9le you for two years and seven months Noti wishing to locate elsewhere while I owe for the paper be =cause myfnejw neighbors who drop in to see us would pick up 1 the paper and notice that I owe for it allO would form a r bud opinion of us II herein enclose a money order to pay for e years This pays in advance tilt flint is to show my appreciation of your kindness Please see that the date on- Ttur is changed before If first eojy comes to me at 1 regret that I have Overlooked this matter y Very respectfully courtesyoe will not be disturbed in their sleep at night by the thought fi that they had tried to evade payment ofa just debt or that 5 it was unkind in them to thus treat an editor who mows they 2E told hint to send me the paper until they asked that it be F 5 discontinued Editors lina out some strange thingsUl WA AA MMMMAA wMMMM- i J i r tu fJ airpm i ft AIII iII near SAM for nine now thus four I INlxt Saturday the be t FloUt on at car load prices I Moth Bros Cash Grocery sNext Saturday Only 1000 pounds fresh Ginger Snaps at 5c a pound at Jioth Bros Cash Grocery Public Sale At the Guilfoile sale of personal property 10 2yearold mules sold at 8J1j1 per head pair extra work mules J52 pair work mules S808 driving marc SHij family u yeili11tl rs SIS per head sow told pigs 1 1esoa 21 n shoats 350 per hendj corn sa per barrel mixed hay pShech on Piles Pillles Pes ofDr Williams Indian Pile Ointment will cure Illlnd lilituding Ulccruted nnd Itching Piles It absorb the tumors allays the itching ut once acts us u iMiilllcc gives nistant loliff prepatrd1ilcannd nth el asbus is guaranteed SId by Tlioiaiii Kennedy for We lull tltu 201yr J j i Dont fail to getSlbox1 of that line Toilet Soap at 25c nex SutUtH duty at Roth Bros Cash Grocery Poultry and Eggs Wanted Henry Judy having engaged in the poultry andegg business lvi S Renakcr at the old stand of Kcnakcr on Locust street ask 1 friends to see him before selling their chickens turkeys ducks eese hides etc Phone 113 25tf r i Ten barrels fresh Ginger San next Saturday at 5c a pound Roth Bros Cash Grocery Dont forget Moth Bros Big Special Sole next Saturday Fin est Flour on earth and fresh Gi inrJI get Snaps at car 1 loud prices WANTED I WANTED II YOUR SCRAP IRON LIVE OEESE liENS JoFURSOINSENO FOR WHICH I WILL PAY Ti HIGHEST CASK PRICE 33 lat E T REIS the MRoomsOne furnished and one unfurnished Mrs Kate McNamara For tlt One of the handsomest bush rooms in the city is that occupi by Mrs Emma Wilson on Broadl way It has been newly painted and papered in artistic st- yleTREES The Blue Grass Nurseries Etc lexington Ky otter for the Spring of 1107 a lingo line of Stand mil Fruit nod Ornamental Tivcs Evergreens SII1I1I1JIUI18nCeuerulF Uillenmeyer Sons ssutQu f h Fx Destructive fire The handsome home of Mr James T Highland three miles from this city on the Mnysville pike was totally destroyed by lira Saturday night with most of the contents A defective Hue in jthe kitchen was the cause The lames were discovered by n negro cook but had gained such head way that the residence couldnot he saved Only1 the furniture two rooms was shred Mr I I loud nnd his sister were the only ones at hunts tho rest of the fitm ily being away The loss oil the residence and contents is fibout 7iJO with ifisuraneo of 2200 The refeMence was one of the hand 0 III cst homes in the county caltihe 1 estimated l in valuemoney Horse Thief Arrested Courtday A Ibert Heed arrestedl horsliescaped The arrested man gave his name as Tim Royalty of iCor nNiville1 Mercer county Ivy Me hud sold one horse and had other in his posse siolIuesinyI following the Sheriff rave Herd 1- description of hopes belonging to 11man by the name of Hays and one by the name of Young Leba non Ky These men were notili ellllulCIUlle here identified their horses and paiu Mr Icedrcwrd1 for each horse Royalty is held over to April term of the s Public court Sale of Personal 1 I llto7aOn Thursday Feb 28 the McClure farm near Glassy Lick I willsell to the highest bid der the following One mare in foul to jack 1 4yr oll mare safe for lady to drive 1 2vrold filly 3 milch cows 11 2yr old heifer 1 yearling heifer 1 sow and 12 shoats Columbus buggy 1 those wagon all kinds farming implements etc Terms made known day of sort Sale begins at 1 10 oclock IMASON Jluirr At the George and Martha 11as erington reception at Trimbles ri Friday evening February 22nd Miss Theodosia Burr and the gues honor General aud firs Wash1 ington did not enter Icontest for = piizes Prizes were awarded follows First ladies prize nOMiss Julia Rodman second ladies prize to Miss Hattic William third ladies prize to Miss Fannie Cline 4 IIowcll representing Gen Lafayette won the gentlemans prize g for Sale CtbSaturdayus March 9 1907 at 2 oclock at the Courthouse door offer at public sale tl1CJ111f1 Sarah A Mall property on Mays ville street one square from LopsIl Thomas 332tr Texas Lands For Sale 11107 AIGood1 1CTexasI and small tracts Write Ford Shaffer = Jefferson Texas At St Patricks Church Mon March 18 1907 at 8 p m tlIEle Choir Lecture St Patrick and1 Irish People by Rev T J Caffrey Tickets 25 centsSl the Best April fittingd I2 Plumbng Highest Grade 01 Gas Stoves 294t See JOHN WILLIAM as I stand Bait Main Stj 17 Prices are exactly light 12ic ality Ihe beat 1 A DMMON BRlNOSHOE a FOB EVERY TOOT F FIVE sii ft6rORES inWe LI make every style of shoe thatIjI i ghisworn That is one reason whywe can give you better value for the money in Diamond Brand hoesJthan is possible in factories making I 4 only one kind of shoe As see operate five lyge plants subdivided iinto seven l rmdpecially factories every inch of leather can be utilized in h 1 lJefome department and ice are enabled to grade our Icatherfto produce uniformly the highest quality without waste j Ask your dealer for Diamond Brand Shoes r itr 4 jmAMOUD 11lfC1 q I 9d ry SHOEMAKERSdl WE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THAN AN OTiER KGUSE IN THE WEST nnThp above brand Shuns solid and warranted by t r k on n n n H H n n a Oliver Chilled Plows I I world1iG They are the ONLYoriginal and genusa chilled nkplows made There are over 2OOOoco Oliver useisThey are WARRANTED to do better work 1and MORE OF IT with same amount of draft than any other plow made Prewitt Howell SOLE AGENTS ilSirWej handle both wood and steel beam OOOOOOOOOOO Sittings JlONTGOMKlll C1UCUJT COURT WILLIAMS Plaintiff SlllingIlNotice is hereby given that I will begin my InItI and will conclude tile Sumo on Saturday IJII16Lh1I107 person having clnms against the deco Jni Wnstbrook are notified to preccnt Li ii to me properly proven during said time JOHN A JUDY 23t Master Commissioner M C C Commissioners Sittings MONTU03IEIIV CIRCUIT COURT JOHN DANIEL Etc Plaintiffs vs Notice of Commissioners Sittings lJI COMBS Etc Defendants Notice Is hereby nlven that iI will begin my sittings in the nbuvo styled case at my antes in 6thliroiI Utli 1107 decodent auktutuJOHN A JUDV at Master Comiiii ioner 31 C C The Original and Genuine MANSFIELD FLOUR Best is America Sold by M F HI SOX At the Bolley Thompson sale onI Thursday Auctioneer Cfavens sold follows Corn 285 bees per 450 timothy hay in barn per ton old hauls 14c sides shoulders flea 1 mare 70 ruth 4yearold mules 350 a Commissioners Sittings MONTGOMERY CIRCUIT COURT ANNA THOMPSON Plulntitf- vs Notice of CommUsloncrs Sittings fiEO FEItfiUSON Etc Defendants Notice Is hereby given that 1 will begin my MtUiiKs In tho above styled ciao nt mv office in I ofltntttlduylpradthlUOU JUDYoC L fi WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL 1 andrMt Sterlingi Advocate r Both One Year AT REDUCED PRICE The Presidential eleqtion is approaching Times have changed That is all Mr V uDemocratDemocrat never a Republican Essential differences out of the WilY Democrats are getting to gether The Courier snpporfthetic1mt Send your order for this combi CouriclJweellycouricrJotunn ao eslyear I y 1 i inuft Y yi W f b JTRY A BOTTLE 0f r r Y Duersonst I i wIt Compound Syrup isfrflJ White PIne andlh s Q d d Tar for a Cough If Coldft i AT 13 drugDQE1WO11S fTlOno 129 No7 Court St J x f j VM MWMM1 tt A AMMMAMM 4 i k l e t1zi I r 11 PERSONAL J y I1J Will Tipton hns gone to Nevada Miss Amanda Thompson has re turned from Paris A Hon J Will Clay was in Louis Sri Tille on business last week a f 4Prof W 0 Hopper is homo j VvirOm Frankfort und Lexington 1 K tff Ewing Wells andLRAI1 Arm 1 strong were in Winchester Sun day J Peter Grcenwade und ivifF und Si j k Dr Thomas returned front Flor i nrnz1f v r1IIs J Y Bogeys of Louisville fr is visiting her parents Dr J N r Cox and wife 1 t V rEarnest Robinson who is now located at Huntington W Vn i Visited relatives here Sunday i It IT White will return this ticreek from Florida where he has i a been spending the winter away 5 from Kentucky changes j Messrs It B Young Tipton Young t N B Young and JI Prcw II i iiit Young attended the funeral I I Services of Mrs William Peters t tit Bethel Monday F f Lois Thompson was in Louis 0iyijle on the tobacco market last Wednesday His wife accompa iiied him as far as Lexington where rslle spent the day with friends l v Misses Emma und Willie Ale J Cormiclc of Sliencor will visit Mrs W It Cockrill at Lexington i this week and will go from thereto Hutchison where they will be the guests of Miss Lulie Wihnott Mrs Emma Wilson mid Mrs Xou Barnes were in Cincinnati last 1 week looking after and purchas I ing some millinery stock Mrs Barnes returned on Tuesday and t Mrs Wilson went to other points purchasing the nice attractive putIi terns of tho market They are putting in a fine line of millinery sundries for the approaching sea son Mr R W Trimble accompanied I his father 1GI 1 TrimbleI I toi f l lorida last Friday where they will reinain possibly until April art later At least until the spring pusl loft winter behind Nine I members of tho family are now 1 there J G Trimble Miss Ella 2 Mrs Jones and daughter Mrs t Volley Br Trimble und wife I IfJ0 G Trimble Jr Miss Daisy Day Mrs Trimbles mother is also there Our renders stay ex J J poet interesting rending under I Facts and Observations sI fMiss Fannie Lane is home from BetheltJ Miss Anna Johnson has returned from Paris James Kennedy is in Lqujsville onbusinesss J Prof J R Midfciff liras in Lcx ingtphThursday Miss Ella Stewart of Winches ter is visiting Mrs Roger Barnes Miss Ruth Thomason of Lex ington visited Miss Catherine Calk Miss Maggie Carmody is visiting leer sister Hiss Catherine at State College Mr and Mrs Charles Derickson have taken rooms at the Marshall property Mrst JJ Will Clay is in Louisville for a few days Mrs Robert Marshall is visiting her laughter Mrs Carrie Gwyne in Huntington Vu Harry Stephenson has returned to Lexington and resumed his studies at State College Judge II Clay McKee is in ShelI byville attending the Farmers In titute in session there Miss Ethel Dorsey of Indianap olis is visiting Missies Mary Crawfordand Louise Lloyd Miss Ida purr and Miss Ida Mary Marrs visited the family of Prof II M1 Gunn lust week Airs Benton and sons have been visiting her sister Mrs Gillespie near Flemingsburg Mrs Elizabeth Thomson is at home from a visit to her son Dr Frank Thomson at Dayton OhioI firs Alattie Gay hits returned liome at Pisgah after a visit to her fathers family William BlhlgeI forth Aliss Alattie DOnnohue is at home from tort Worth Texas whereshe has been visiting her sister AIis Sallie ArnolJ Airs Alice Turner has returned froth New York City where sheI purchased select stockof goods for the Novelty Store James 1 Hazolrigg hits return ed from New York City with a line line of the choicest things from thq New York markets The great NelsonGans Might Greatest contest ever witnessed Trimbles Rink Saturday night No skating this night on account of this big fight- Strayed or Stolen Front my slaughterpen last Sat urday night 4 black shouts weight about 05 pounds Liberal reward fir their return ED T HON Saturday Only 100 II oxos finest Toilet Soups rogulir retail plice St1 will astcn ish OM 1 t 2ne per box Roth Bros Cash Cioccry The oftheChurch will serve Courtday dinner I on April Courtday- Attend Barn Yard Masquerade at Trimbles Rink Thursday night Laugh and grow fat I Miss Susan Porter Yates of Richmond will give a dramatic recital next Saturday evening at 8 oclock IiH a GLOBE SPECIAL TwGROWER f i I has 10 Per Cent Potash s h 1 1Ask the Other fellow his fertilizer has howII lI IITHY want GLOBESo- ld RESULTS Use w I f Only nr I II IIw F1 TAB BwAr m v 41 1 EMBRV CO Of LEXINGTON KENTUCKY ARE MAKING EXTENSIVE IMPROVE MENTS Requirement for Ample Space Necessitates Making of Im portant Changes at Up toDatc Shop In keeping with the idea of The Greater Lexington and also with that of its own marked progress Embry Co outfitters to women are in the midst of improvements in their shop at M114JJ East Main street Lexington Ky that will make it ono of tho most attractive in the South On account of the pressing de mand for more space in each de partment the second floor is being rcmodlcd for the millinery parlors leaving the entire first floor as show rooms for the garment department The millinery parlors are being appointed in the most exquisite style with a beautiful color scheme of green white and gold and ole gantly furnished to accommodate its extensive and exclusive patron age The garment department occupying as it will henceforth the entire first floor will be probably the largest and certainly tho hand somest in the Sout accommodat ing the most varied stock this firm has ever shown Airs lieu rietta Campbell Hal lardivlto has accepted position as assistant buyer willbo a valua ble acquisition enjoying as she hoes a wide circle of friends und acquaintances W R Embry buyer for the garment department together with firs Mallard has just rev turned from New Yorkl Having made this early visit to the East sell models for the spring are now being shown Miss Embry buyer for the millinery department will join her designer in New York shortly fur a stay of several weeks In the meantime Palm Beach limits are being shown to those going South fr y Barn Yard Masquerade at Trim bles Rink Thursday night Febru ary 2H Music furnished for this occasion by the Mt1 Sterling Vogo phone Band of worldwide reputation Valuable prizes 04o09t1C0Q4pOO sWG V RELIGIOUS P Q18IQ1 e ectietn oeoc Trenching at the Southern Presbyterian Church next sabbath at 1111l- II m and i p in Endeavor at 5i- I mA message has been received from leirl Benton Hill saying that his mother was improving and he would return to lit Sterling mud occupy his pulpit at tho flap tist Church Sunday morning and evening Air Hill is anxious to meet each member of his congre gation at these services The pub lic is cordially invited to these services John P Tones is arranging for his second trip this season to New York where he can see with his own eyes the choice weaves and styles and select for his uptodate store here There is not n store in Kentucky that handles more select lines of dry goods and notions than Mr Jones puts overI his counters r WANTED An educated lady who is willing to dovoto her spare time to making money among her ac quaintances Experience not nee essary11111 excellent opportunity to make nosey Address A do BeaiWlair 28 Benedict Bldg Cleveland 0 tWanted I Gentleman or lady to travel for Mercantile House of large capital Territory at home or abroad to suit If desirable the home may bo used as headquartersl Weekly salary of 11092 per year mind ex penses Address Armstrong Alex antler 125 Plymouth Place Chicago III ilaa New Goodse s weisnlttr r J 1 SpriuIn Nonlti in Millill ry addition to this I have added- FuhhnishinasNotion and WOlllrn fotSpecialMRS EMMA WILSON Q e11r1 stAO1 v1e 1 8DEATHS8I ss- uLttxsirs It Q Lucy Alullins0 years died at her homo near Jclfoi sonvillo lust week of pneumonia She wits a highly respected woman The wife of Kcv 13 L Powell pastor of the Walnut Street Chris tain church died in Louisville on the IGth instant as a result of an operation Rev Powell is well known here where ho has ninny friends und who will sympathize with him deeply Air Powell has gone South to bo absent for soy oral week- s1FrrusAt her homo near Bethelon the 28 rd instant Airs William lIt Peters in her sixty eighth year of pneumonia She was a member of the lethodist Church Funeral at Methodist Church at Bethel andl burial in Longrove Cemetery Airs Peters was an excellent woman and her life was a useful one rendering comfort to the distressed over mindful of the poor and was an active church worker having United with the church at Alillers burg under the ministry of Dr Savage deceased in 1lSfifi Was married in 1850 and leaves a wife and live children 1 rJyThe remains of fir F Kelly who died at St Joshphs Hospital Lexington the Mth was brought here andI niter funeral services Tuesday morning were bur Iied lit St ThomasCemetcry Air Kelly had been a invalid for sev eral years hud retired from busi ness and becoming very much worse was taken to the hospital for special attention and treat menteHe was a brother of J M Kelly Lexington Mrs Jas taut bee Owingsville and firs Frank Laughlin this city He was son of Alartin Kelly deceased and was 45 years old A special from Lexington says of him He caste to Lexington about 15 years ago and about 5 years later became proprietor of the Florentine Hotel on Alain street which is now the Leo nard Hotel He conducted the Florentine as n stag hostelry and it was a favorite resort for drum liters sporting men and theatrical people among whom Kelly became widely known all over the country Ho was a wellknown man about town and his wit and genial nature mode him universally popular His business prospered and he was known as a nun of independent fortune About two yeas ago he was compelled on account of ill health to close out his business which he sold to the present proprietors of tho Leonard Iotelwho adopted the latter name for tho old Florentine Air Kellys ailment was incipient paresis and realizing that it was only a question of time until it became fatal he retired front all native business und went to lit Sterling where he made his hone with his mother and sister father having died He gradually grow worse until last Friday when ho was brought to St Josephs Hospital here in the faint hope that something could bo done to save his life All efforts were in vain however and he continued to sink until he expired WVATT On last Thursday morning Mr AV J Wyatt of PV Ahulison Indiana formerly of this city yielded to the inevitable To our people Air 1Vymltt was well known and it is a pleasure that wo publish how he became endeared cityLho ary 21 published at Madison hits WyattAfterweeks front a complication of ills Capt Andrew Jackson Wyatt died at 145 oclock this morning at his home on West First street About two weeks ago Capt Wyatt suff ered an attack of apoplexy and shortly after blood poison levell oped from a slight abrasion on his right elbow A temperate life and a strong constitution enabled Air Wyatt to resist for a time the ravages of tho two diseases but his advanced age had taken front him the recuperative powers of layshoThe decedent was burn near lit Sterling Ky 85 years ago and wits a son of Haden Wyatt a well known citizen Fur ninny years Mr Wyatt was successfully engaged in the grocery and whole smile liquor business in Alt1 Sterling and he was married there and by the death of his wife was left with a flllllilof three sons Ha den now of Louisville and Mar shall and Fielder both of Alont gomcry county Ky near Alt Sterling In 118H7 Mr Wyatt was married in this city to Miss Mary Shrew berry u daughter of the late Mr and Airsl Charles Shrewberry To this union was born one laughter humor who with the widow sur vivesCapt i Wyatt was a thorough schoolmillvnspleasant and entertaining companion andn warm friend He was a lifelong Democrat and once made one of the closest races in the city forI City Treasurer He was generous in nature and in his business career had itnot been for this characteristic would have made a most successful man What ho had was freely shared with his friends for the asking timid he did not know what it was to re fuse those who appealed to him The funeral will take place from the house at Ji oclock tomorrow afternoon and till burial in Spriiig privlateRev vices See the great light Saturday night at Trimbles Rink m ieSOCIAL EVENTS 00000I firs Pierce Winn entertained in honor of Miss Dorsey at bridge whist Airs Charlie Lindsay entertains tonight for Miss Dorsey hisses Lodema mild Lillian Wood beautifully entertained at their elegant home on Clay street last week to girls in masquerade each of whom represented charter It was a delightful affair J for your Sunday Dinner Dressed fowls of all kinds spare ribs brains veal lamb fries everything for your Sunday din nCI 304t En T HON I I LtTHE SIOKfl Mrs C U Schooler Juts the grip Courtney Horton is sick wide thtl grip Arthur C Richardson Iifta tlm gtip VVr4- JJJ 0 Thompson continues iquito sickI 1 Several of Sato Parleys family t are sickV h t Miss Aldtio Hobinson was on the sick list lust week1l hetrisi Barney Campbell is confutedto- his room with the grip tt There is no improvement in thin condition of James Horton 1ulVCoons continues quite sick at his home near Spencer Mrs M1 C McKec and Mrs T B Arthur have an attack of grip French son of Mr and Mrs Will Turley is threatened with pneumonia Richard French who hits been quite sick for several weeks isiui proving slowly iCapt Samuel JF J Rogers of tluv night police force is sit fteriiigiyitlt a case of the grip Mrs Susan wife of Garrelt I Sullavin Sr aged SO years isijuiUy sick with pneiiiiioniti damesJ S Turner has been confined to his bell with grip for a week but is able to be out Mrs Mary W Loekridge hay returned to her duties at the gru led school after having a scvem attack of grippe News front New York relative tJ the condition of Judge Ben 1R Turner is really gratifying to his numerous friendshis sight wilt Ib very much improved Dr I 1 A Vansant who as t convalescent from grip went out too early and was taken with pneu monia has very much improved I dllsII c I DoctorsMedicine MedicineAycrs a simple cough syrup It is a strong medicine a doctors medicine It cures hard cases severe and desperate cases chronic cases of asthma pleurisy bronchitis consumption Ask your doctor about this CharmPectorulchest It Iminlwnyniloiiermi great Rood It metclneKa4e by J O Ayer Co Lowell XiNJI Alto m JL nuftwturero orS- ARSAPARILLA i jeTS HAIR PILLS VIGOR I You will hasten recovery by tak ing ono of Ayors Pills at bedtlmo Call Phone 2 f t Name your Table Wants and HARRY LINTHECUM will have his delivery wagon at your door with a choice line of Fresh Groceries- Just what you wanted save money prices Vv Page Woven Wire Fern best fenco on l1l1lthJ catalogue and prices to R11dt v lt VV- AVa ii qIa 1 1 Myth m TRY A BOTTLE of i 1iCompound Syrup s ti Jl r t White Pine andrr r it Tar for a Cough V 4r f iti or a Cold v f1AATDUERSONS rug r Store Phone 129 No7 Court St II- KK1r It MWMAMAA AAAAMMAMi I PERSONAL f i1 fIR t Necudai1 1f f Miss Amanda Thompson has re i PHIisii rij Hon J Will Clay was in Louis I nile on business last week I homeIl str Suns day Peter Green vade andwife und Dr Thomasll- t returned from Flor t i SundayMrs i Rogers of Louisville is isiting hm parents Dr 1 N t- I rt r Cox and wife Earnest Kobinson who is now located at Huntington W Va ffyisitedd j relatives here Sunday f f R IT White will return this t1JlJ week from Florida where he has awayJI from Kentucky changes jf i f P I f SSIS ItB Young Tipton tt J Young N B Young and JJ Prcw I Ii4lL itt Young attended the funeral i j li ro1J services of Mrs William PetcrsI stii tt at Bethel Monday t lR 4 dF1 t Lois Thompson wits in Louis r Tike on the tobacco market last t 3 a o Wednesday His wife IIccompa1 4 r j jnle hun as far as n i she spent the day with friends I Misses Emma and Willie Mc r i Cormick of Spencer will visit E Mrs W II Cockrtllat Lexington this week and will theretito Hutchison where they will be i L the guests of Miss Lulie Wilmott Mrs Emma Wilson and Mrs Lou Barnes were in Cincinnati last l I purchllsI1 i points Ir 1purchasing the nice attractive pat a terns of the market They are putting in n fine line of millinery rsundries for the approaching sea t sonMr B Yo Trimble accompanied I his father Mr T G Trimble to itt Florida last Friday where they 1t will retrain possibly until April1 springrX has left winter behind Nine A llJilCmbels of the family are now there T G Trimble Miss Ella Mrs Jones and laughter Mrs t Holley B W Trimble and wife C J G Trimble Jr Miss Daisy uDaY Mrs Trimbles mother is also there Our readers may ex s poet interesting reading under t Obsorvationsy Miss Fannie Lane is home from Bethel Miss Anna Johnson hits return ed from Paris James Kennedy is in Louisville on businesss PrOf J H Midkifl was in1 Lex ington Thursday Miss Ella Stewarta of Winches ter is visiting Mrs huger Barnes Miss Ruth Thomason of Lexington visited Miss Catherine Calk Miss Maggie Carmody is visiting her sister Miss Catherine at State College Mr and Mrs Charles Derickson have taken rooms at the Marshall property Mrs J1 J Will Jimmy is in Louisville for a few days Mrs Hobert Marshall is visiting her daughter Mrs Carrie Gwyne in Huntington W Va Harry Stephenson has returned to Lexington and resumed his studies at State College Judge H1 1 Clay McKee is in Shel byville attending the Farmers In stitute in session there Miss Ethel Dorseyof Indianap olis is visiting Misses Mary Crawford and Louise Lloyd Miss Ida Marr and Miss Ida Mary Marrs visited the family of Prof III M1 Gunn last week Mrs Benton and sons have been visiting her sister Mrs Gillespic near Flemingsburg Mrs Elizabeth Thomson is at home front a visit to her son IDr Frank Thomson at Dayton Ohio Mrs Mattie Gay has returned home at Pisgnh after a visit to her fathers family William Bridge forth IlIiss Mattie Donnohue is at home from Fort Worth Texas where site has been visiting her sister Mis Sallie ArnoLI Mrs Alice Turner hats returned shcIIHllC rakes D Uazelrigg has return ed from Now York oitwith a line line of the choicest things from thq New York markets e The great NelsonGuns flight Greatest contest ever witnessed Trimbles Rink Saturday night No skating this night on account of this big fight- Strayed or Stolen From my slaughterpen last Sat urdu night 4 black shoats weight about 65 pounds Liberal reward fir their return- ED T I ION Saturday Only 100 Itloxes finest Toilet Soaps rcgulir retail llice 1 will nstc n isliol I t 2nc per box Rot Bros Cash Ciocary The ladies of the Episcopal Church will serve Courtday dinner on April Courtday Attend Barn Yard Masquerade at Trimbles Kink Thursday night Laugh and grow fut Miss Susan Porter Yates of Richmond will give a dramatic recital next Saturday evening at SI oclock r FGLOBE SPECIAL TOGROWER Yf i ias10 Per Cent rotash I howIIf you want RESULTS Use I THE GLOBESo- ld Only nr I 1 F TAB B EMBRY CO Of LEXINGTON KENTUCKY ARE MAKING EXTENSIVE IMPROVE MENTS Requirement for Ample Space Necessitates Making of Im portant Changes at Up toDate Shop IIn keeping with the idea of The Greater Lexington and also with that of its own marked progress Embry Co outfitters to women are in the midst of improvements in theirI shop at M114JJ East Main street Lexington Ky that will make it one of the most attractive in the South On account of the pressing de mand for more space in each de partment the second floor is being rcmodlcd for the millinery parlors leaving the entire first floor as showrooms for the garment department The millinery parlors are being appointed in the most exquisite style withn beautiful color scheme of green white and gold and elegantly furnished to accommodate its extensive and exclusive patron ageThe garment department occu pying as it will henceforth the entire lust floor will be probably the largest and certainly the handsomest in the South accommodat ing the most varied stock this firm has ever shown Mrs Henrietta Campbell Bal lardsvho has accepted position as assistant buyer willbe a valuable acquisition enjoying as she lees a wide circle of friends anti acquaintances W IIt Embry haven for the garment department together with Mrs Mallard hits just re turned from New York Having mule this early visit to the East new models for the spring are now being shown MissI Embry buyer for the mil linery department will join her forra stay of several weeks In the meantime Palm Beach hilts are be ing shown to those going South Barn Yard Masquerade at Trim bles Kink Thursday night February 2H Music furnished for this occasion by the Mt Sterling Vogo phone Band of worldwide reputa tion Valuable prizes tQoGOOdGOlaoov o4 fi1 00 RELIGIOUS Io ooe ec e1o1I ooeocP- reaching at the Southern Presbyterian Church next sabbath at 1II1 II in and 7 Ip in Endeavor at p mA message has been received from Rev TI Benton Hill saying that his mother tins improving and he would return to Mt Sterling mind occupy his pulpit ut the Bap tist Church Sunday morning and evening Mr Hill is anxious to meet each member of his congregation at these services The public is cordially invited to these services John P Jones is arranging for his second trip this season to New York where he can see with his own eyes the choice weaves and styles and select for his uptodate store here There is not a store in Kentucky that handles more select lines of dry goods and notions than Mr Jones puts overI his counters 11gxrEDAn educated lady who is willing to devote tier spare time to making money among her ac quaintances Experience not nec essav11111 excellent opportunity to manic money Address A do BeaAclair 28 Benedict Bldg Cleveland O Wanted Gentleman or lady to travel for Mercantile House of large capital Territory at home or abroad to suit If desirable the home may be used as headquarters Weekly salary of 1002 per year und expenses Address Armstrong Alex ander 125 Plymouth1 Place Chicago 111 i 4 ffr New GoodslI I Surin Novelties in Millinery I I In addition to this I have added Notions antI Wons Fuhhllishiuas I j Am ready with samples and cuts to take orders for Special Order Suits MRS EMMA WILSONIum A sov jDERThS r ij MmjTNs Mrs Lucy Mullins00 years died at her homo near Jeftei sonvillo lust week of pneumonia Sli i was a highly respected woman The wife of Rev E L Powell pastor of the Walnut Street Chris tain church died in Louisville on the IGth instant as a result of an operation Rev Powell is well known here where he tins many friends and who will sympathize with him deeply Mr Powell has gone South to bo absent for several weeks PI7nusAti hot home near Bethelon the 23rd instant Mrs William It Peters in her sixty eighth year of pneumonia She wus a member of the Methodisti Church Funeral at Methodist Church at Bethel and burial in Longrove Cemetery Mrs Peters was an excellent woman and her life was a useful one rendering comfort to the distressed ever mindfulI Iof the poor and was an active church worker having United with the church at Millers burg under the ministry of Dr Savage deceased in 1 1855 Was married in I860t and leaves a wife and Vive children KKUY The remains of Mr F Kelly who died at St Joshphs Hospital Lexington the 24th was brought here and after funeral services Tuesday morning were bur vied at St Thomas Cenretetv Mr Kelly had been a invalid for soy eral years had retired from business and becoming very much worse was taken to the hospital for special attention und treatment He was a brother of J M Kelly Lexington Mrs Jas Taul bee Owingsville and Mrs Frank Laughlin this city He was son of Martin Kelly deceased mill was 45 years old A special from Lex ington says of him He came t Lexington about 15 years ago and about 5 years later became propri etor of the Florentine Hotel on Main street which is now the Leo nard Hotel He conducted th Florentine as a stag hostelry anti it was a favorite resort for drum mers sporting men and theatrical people among whom Kelly became widely known all over the country He was a wellknown man about town and his wit mind genial nature made him universally popular His business prospered and he wit known as a man of independent fortune About two years ago he was compelled on account of ill health to close out his business which he sold to the present pro prietors of the Leonard IHotel who adopted the latter name for the old Florentine Mr Kellys ailment was incipient paresis and realizing that it was only a question of time until it became fatal he retiredI from all active business and went to Mt Sterling where he made his home with his mother and sister fattier having died He gradually grow worse until last Friday when he was brought to St Joseph Hospital here in the faint hope that something could be done to save his life All efforts were in vain however and he continued to sink until he expired WYATT On last Thursday morning Mr A 1 Wyatt of rrkt II Madison Indiana fOIIIICIIof this city yielded to the inevitable To our people Air Wyatt was well known laud it is pleasure that we publish how he became endeared cityThe ary 21 published at Madison hats the following to say of Mr Wyatt After an illness of about two weeks front a complication of ills Capt Andrew Jackson Wyatt died at L15 oclock this morning at his home on West First street Abut two weeks ago Capt Wyatt suff eedan attack of apoplexy IItH1I shortly after blood poison developed front a slight abrasion on his right elbow A temperate life mill a strong constitution enabled Mr Wyatt to resist for a time the ofr the two diseases but his advanced age had taken from him the recuperative powers of youth and fur the past fey days he gradually sank to the end The decedent was born1 nearr 1 It Sterling Ivy 85 years ago and was a son of Haden Wyatt a well known citizen For many sfull1englIgccl sale liquor business in Mt Sterling and he was married there and by the death of his wife was left IfaIdenI shall and Fielder both of Mont iIl1StellillgSterlingIn III T Mr Wyatt was married i in this city to Miss Mary HhleIberryI a daughter of the and Mrs Charles Shrewberry To this union was born one laughter Elinor who with the widow stir vives Capt Wyatt was a thorough gentleman of the old school and I was a man of wide experience a pleasant and entertaining com panion andu warm friend He was a lifelong Democrat and once made one of the closest races in Ileowas generous in nature and in his business career had it not been for this characteristic would have made a most successful man sharedewith his friends for the asking und he did not know what it was to re fuse those who appealed to him The funeral will take place front the house at 8 oclock tomorrow afternoon and thr burial in Spring dale cemetery will be private Kev Abet will conduct the services Saturday night at Trimbles Kink e a o SOCIAL EVENTS A Mrs Pierce Winn entertained in bridgehwhist Mrs Charlie Lindsay entertains tonight for Miss Jersey Misses Lodema and Lillian Wood beautifully entertained at their hennas home on Clay street last week to girls in masquerade each of whom represented char ten It was a delightfulaffair J For your Sunday Dinner Dressed fowls of all kinds spare ribs brains veal Iamb fries everything for your Sunday dinner 304t Eo T HONIi L K N4 tT11ESIOK N r I tt vMrsp j Courtney Horton is sick withVtifiS 1I11 r5M Arthur C Kiclmrdson haI itlitf i1rllll1 lIJJSC Thompson continues jquito sickIrljjSeveralI of Sam TurleysI I family jj are sick i1 Jt TJtMiss Mdtie Robinson was onj the sick list last week a Jno W UlinlCnhellld of Betliclr is quite sick with grip d iii Barney Campbell is confined tol his room with the grip l ThereI is no improvement iutlio condition of James Horton ji Walter Coons continues quite v sick at his home near SpencerI i f Mrs M1 C McKee mind ihzs TII- B Arthur have an attack of griiy t French son of Mr and1 Mrs Will Tinley is threatened with pneumonia Kiclmrd French who has lheen quitei sick for severalI weeks isiui roving slowly tCapt Tunnel JJ r Rogers ofH40 night police forte is slIflelinglnh- IofI theIa case grip A a Mrs Susan wife of Tiarrctt PI t Sullavin Sr aged SO years is tjll ire sick with pneumonia I1 i IV JanusJ S Turner has been con lined to his bed with grip for tv week but is table to be out I Mrs Mary W Lock ridge IIIIB returned to her duties at the gra ded school after haying a severe attack of grippe News front NeWYork relative t the condition of JudgeJ Ben 1L Turner is really gratifying to his numerous friendshis sight wilt b very much improved Dr1 JJ J A Yansant who as u convalescent from grip went out too early and was taken with l our ul ant has very much improved dllrsIADoctors MedicineS Ayers Cherry Pectoral is not a simple cough syrup It is a strong medicine a doctors medicine It cures hard cases severe and desperate cases chronic cases of asthma pleu risy bronchitis consumption Ask your doctor about this I I have used a great deal of Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs and hard voids on the chest It hat alwuj done run great Rood It Is certainly a most wonderful cou cine MlCUAKl J hlTZUBUALD Medford A J- Yade by J 0 Ayer Co Lowell Mail Alia m nuf oturera of uers SARSAPARILLAPILLS HAIR VIGOR You will hasten recovery by tak ing one of Ayers Pills at bedtime Call rhone 2Name your Table Wants and t ii7AVt i HARRY LINTHECUM i will have his delivery wagon r at your door with a mk ii U A choice line of Fresh Groceries V Just what you wantedI VMV save money prices ff v t y vVPage Woven Wire Fete V best fence on earth 111 catalogue null prices to- CTFlmulersHF s Sdtf Mt Stem A c r I e 1 I I i 0 u z 11LL t Wanted 50 Men and Women W S Lloyd the enterprising druggist is advertising today fo t fifty men and women to take ml vantage of the special halfprice offer he is making on Dr Howards celebrated specific for tit cure of tionstipution and dyspepsia andI Yget a fifty cent package at half t eentstSo positive is he of the remark able power of this specific to cure k those diseases as well as sick head t t aches and liver troubles that he r agrees to refund the money to any t customer whom this medicine dues not quickly relieve andcure I With Dr IHowards specific atl hand you can eat what you wantL t and have no fear of ill consequen etS It strengthens the stomach I 1 gives perfect digestion regulates ty the bowels creates an appetiteI andII Jimkes life worth the living t This is tan unusual opportunity t I Q1 IItIIIJ III I it dine ever made for half its regular price with the personal guarantee CIf fIt well known business man to 1refund the money if it daS not rive satisfaction 27JOW I I f A Neglected Orchard t The tile correspondent wishesi i to know how to ttreat an orchard of which he IitlSu I have an or chard of about 50 apple trees It Il must have been set some ten or fif tteen years ago Some tfruit grows on all the trees but is of an infer I for quality The growth of till limbs of the trees is so densel tha the sun cannot shirt through them but veryI 1iu1em when bare1 of leaves They have never been t prunnedTho 2 I prunIiwtg this winter or early next spring Infore the leaves come out TIll unnecessary twigs should htutout so that the sun will penetratet I taro foliage to some extent Next spring immodiiilcly after the blos soms shied their petals tilt trees ought to be sprayed with Bordeaux mixture with Parisgreen added M ling abvut uvfvurili pound ofIf I It Punsgreen in IIb gallons of 1Bord I roux mixture The latter Eau be JHKle by the 1110 formula I pounds bluestoneJ pounds lime J 40 gallons of water f It iis possible of eouise that the soil nbout the ttrees is in a bad eon dition in which case a little cultivation with some low growing for Ill plant such as cowpeas may Jielp Foit liNr Store Uoom Main Court street hvingsvillo Ky opposite west side Court House lately occupied by Outlook oflice Fine stand and good opening for Jiiosl army kind of business ii7tf Owingsville flanking Co V Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription whhhatlunioxitplnUIlig IIt people nialntarc guile naturally avcrso lwuns m tint un certainly as to their hnrmless character but Is a nicdlclnv or KNOWN COMCOHITION full listof ull Its lagrrMIh Its kIng tsprintoil Lu vMn KnulWi on every bottle V i wrapper n exam nation of tills lIt of Inxnxlicnt will diwIoMj tint fact that It I nonalcoholic In Its composition chem f tAecotnnonly rim alcohol tiililm in tho HH plnce make of up Tho Favorite Prescription of Dr Ilcrco Is In fact tin odd medicine put up fur tho cure of womans Ijxtcullnr weak nosw und ailments fold through drug gists that duos not contain alcohol 111 tlMl tw in Itirvc iniannilc Furthermore It is the only inenlclno for woman special diseases tho IngridlcnU of which have I tIIuf all tllo 110 1 rllI schools prurtlce J that too as remedies for till ailments for f which Favorite Prescription Is recom mendedI A Uttln book of sumo of thuso endorses menu will bo sent to any address postI tt- Jlllld and absolutely fur If you reqiHwt vntnu by postal card or tatter of Dr II V Plercf UulTalo N Y Dont forgutthut Dr Plercnalavorlte Proscription for womans weaknesses and dcllrmto aliments Is not a putcntorsrkerr Il1rSllrlllUonI s atnf physician engaged In till pructlct of his chosen specialty that of dlwase of women that Its Ingr llcnts arc printed KmilMt on every battle vrnP1sr 11t11111IIs the only mcillclnn especially do I for tho euro of womans disease t that Mintulns 1111 alcohol andl tho onl one that has a profossiinial fixloiximiiit t worth tnori than all the socalled tests not lab over ptibllsliiHl 1 for other lued rJIM Sand for thitso omloracniontH n vvo Tliny ore free fur tuna u klnir jrtyou sulfur from iKrlixllcnl lioadaclie I Jicho dizziness pain or dragKlnt sensation low down In thealxiomcn x ack have disagreeable andt wuak fc larrlml IM IVC drain or are Ina r0h11 twliig hiig on your toot then dlJw Burn of lunclft from taklny Favorite Prescription 1 EsH PIt ltjlIt PilloU thn ivti lax tulatorof tho Ixiwcls they t 1imuch liver unit bowok Y tWO or dare a cathartic hY n I WIND JAMMING DAYS IAN OLD TIME MARINERS TALES O BRAVERY IN WRECKS The Cnae f GMlInnt Captain Xntmmn Who Wouldnt Dneri CotnmoB Bnllorlatbellc Fete of Prince Noble CTYfonndlnn loc Bah said the old and crippled mariner of tho days of long ago to the youiitf tuna who knew all about mod ern whips of steel and steam You have a lot to learn youuj man You have as much sentiment in your con Htructloii as this tlck I carry The Idea of a youth like you trying to tell me that there In an much brag cry and pathos attached to seafaring now as there was when I way master of u wind jammer You probably be lieve that you are correct In your state meat but man alive you lire waking a fool of yourself Mere In these days you have lifeboats big and stout louIpatent ihtvit to swing clear No lows ering a way by hands and not getting them back over the side with every pound of flesh apiilllng New fancied guiix for throwing a life line rafts that wont go to pieces In the flat chop of u sea cork Jackets that need nu In struction cards but which go on like u mans vest pumps that are rusty for want of use seamless plates and doz ens of other Inventions In these days Where were they In the old times Let me tell you something I dont say hut that there Ire tummy brave and gallant mariners In the business now Hut the old shipwreck meant more In the matter of life taking than the ship wreck of today does Did you ever hear tell of a sailor of the old school trying to get lute a bout before the passengers were out of danger You neednt say you have because you have not Why the only ones who ever attempt anything of that kind arc svhotI have the impudence to call themselves sailors I remember the case of n shore loafer named Holmes who tried a trick like that lie was afterward tried In the United State circuit court at Philadel phia and was convicted of manslaugh ter He wits one of thirty shipwrecked persons who took to the long Iwmt which was greatly overloaded and con stantly III danger of sinking Well this bench rat Holmes mold some more of Abrahams men threw overboard six I j teen passengers two of whom were women to lighten the boat The court held dint a sailor Js bound by law Iif ncrcssary to sacrifice his life to save the life of passengers 1 Furthermore the court hold that while two sailors might struggle with nnh other for the possession of tho same plank which COjIl HHVV 11lttmlI if u pHH nger Were on die plank even file MSS of ne cessity would not justify lilt sailors In taking II from him You do not think much of that law Well It Is the law of tad It Is also time law of duty I11b1 you over hoar of the case of Captain Niitman oL thy ship liar I He was a good sailor and a gallant master dud no matter what many may think It Is possible to lbo both Ills ship foundered hilt he refused to bo taken oil Do you know why lie ro fused to llee taken ofT There was an in jured man on board and while thu old Umbers were going to pieces under his very fret he knelt down and said to tho man 1 wont leave you lad On my honor as aI sailor I wont- On his honor as a sailor he would not leave hint Have you ever hoard of anything turn touehliigly honest Captain Nathan went down with his ship but managed to bold on to lilt man and to get to the bottom of an up turned boat from which they were afterward rescued It was a mouth or BO afterI that when a townsman asked Captain Nuttuuu what the name of the rescued man was a1tIiy I never Imnilred lin said Ho Just signed1 articles In the regular way I may Imvit heard It then but I do not know it now He was a Swede thlttH all I know of him The friend shook Ills head In aston ishment an he inquired atyhnt A Swede InksI all that chance for a Swede a Why yes even for a Swede 1 didnt clue whether he was a Swede or a Laplander He was a good sailor nnd would have done the same for mo had things been reversed Nor in that nil young 1111111 Ther was another shipwreck I know about but the name of the craft has uneajMtil my memory fin crew took to one boat which was overcrowded A no big Newfoundland the pet of the ship swum alongside jthe bout All the 111011 turned their wos sadly upon him but they knoVj there was no room for him III that boat The captain loved the dog better than he loved1 his life and IjelKtood up In the boat as he took olt his coat and said 4t1 cannot set him die like this live him my place In the bolt I eon hold on to the plank and he cannot There was a chorus of dissent and Inc of tho Bailors struck the brute over the head with tine blade or an oar while another pulled1 his sheath knife aIont hurt him sold the captain kindly but firmly growledsseveral of the men He will swamp as all Tho captain hesitated n minute waved his arm In tho air and said Hack Prince and Urn faithful brute warn hack in the direction in which the vessel had disappeared bcncatb Uio surface Where do you flud such pathos in the sea uuilnew now Glvv 01 the old sailor every time A m n GREAT ENTERPRISEi Exposition Work Progressing Famously In Louisville MUCH ENTHUSIASM ON ALL SIDES Louisville Burlness Men Do Work of the Greater LoVilsvllle Exposition Which Opens March 18 For Two WeeksMovement One of Interest to the Whole State Filled with exhibits representing many varied lines of manufacturing mlufltry the Greater Louisville Exposition will open In the vast Armory of the First Kentucky Regiment In Lou isville on March 18 The tplans of the Exposition Company have matured rapidly since November 21 when tho enterprise was officially launched and when the organization of the exposi tion forces watt begun With no idea of profit but with tho purpose of showing to all sections of this great state what Its metropolis can do and Is doing the members of the Louisville Commercial Club went into the exposition work and the peo pie of this and all other sections of Kentucky as well us In the South and Southeast will find there much of pleasure and of profit The awaken ing of Louisville has been evident to all lovers of Kentucky and now Lou I A T MACDONALD I Prciddent of the Greater Louinvlllo I Imposition Company iy FlrstI Proposed tho Exposit tanII Invlllo is making ready to till Kentucky in particular and all otlltT people In general bcwlilns at the name time showing what she him ac cotnpltsKdLoihriVlllo occupies the first place In many lines of manufacturing industry I betildtw being very near tho top very many others From nil InII lines there name at the call of lOxponHIon Company hundreds of III poslton workers wIll gate of their time their thought and their labor to tilling the vast building with tho club orate exhibits which will bo seen there from March IS to 30 ForemostI among the many indus tries In Louisville stands the tanning l trade with its allied lines There moII thirteen Immense tannerlcK in yule and these furnish leather to scores of manufacturing plants requir lag leather as raw material Those in JulHvllle who know have declared that loulsvllle leather represented in the Greater Louisville Exposition will furnish deep surprise for exposition I visitors In the manufacture of agricultural implements and farm wagons Louis rub takes second place to no city Three magnificent plants turn out 1 1II wonderful array of lavorsavlng 2mImfJnlllthe world shuts ltd products not only j f north south east and west throughout II this broad laud but to other coun tries an well- Millions I of yards of cloth in varied textures are cut yearly by the clothing factories in Louisville Within past decade Louisville has taken a thlII ognised posllon as one of the princi pal centers In the manufacture of j clothing There IIs no city in tho Union I where Louisvillemade garments are not worn In tlimo manufncture of food products no less than in till other necessaries of Jlfn Ixiuisvllle stands out as a pre eminent center I Pun Greater Louisville Exposition Company has invited the people of Kentucky to go to the exposition anti the railroads serving those people have established a rate of one fare for tho round trip during tho expos tion 15 rind The Lee Line Company and Louisville k Evnnsvllle Packet Company have outdo a rate of a faro and n third Including meals and state room for the the some period while tho Lotiisvllla Cincinnati Packet Company has announced that tilet rate will be ono faro for tho exposition period xclufilve of meals and state room and the Exposition Company offers besides the Inlnreal in the ex position two dally concerts by tho fa tunas band of the Neapolitan bandmaster Crentoro nnd other excellent features for the low admission rate of twentyfive cents Imitations of tho Creator ToitlHVlIlo Exposition are still strongly In evi dence In all likelihood Kntisas City will follow Louisvilles lend next year According to the latest advlceo from the city of the Kavr tj CI The Horse This Sprint It will not belong until wo shalllI he on the most important season oft the life of the farm work horse Spring is now near us and then the hardest season for the horse will have to be here After a pe rio1of rest the horse enters on a period of hard labor which he iis not used to It makes it very hard because he is not used to it and he should be worked with judgment because it is hard work sure enough Every funnier of course ex peels his horse to do a full seasons work but how much the horse will be able to perform will dependl somewhat on his keeping of the past winter and upon the feed and1 care during the time of working The horse that has been pushedl through time winter in a rough way his vitality run down and in weak condition cannot be expected to do as much as the horse that is in good spirits anti feeling good one that reels like work and is able to work The horse which is able to do the most work is not sprays the horse that has been kept the fat test Corn will make the fat hut the work horse needs that which will give vitality vigor und1 strength and make the horse ableI to do a full seasons work Corn when fed alone is a poor grain to feed the worn horse It seems al roost like useless to say that therei is no grain which will take thei place of oats for the horse at any season of the year especially while working If your horse is not up in con dition for work begin now and give better care and you can do touch before you need him If you have to feed only corn it will pay you to supplement with a little of some other feed at any rate get a Suckof oil meal and give a I handful with the corn and it will lpay you I hud no oats last year and have been feeding on corn alone except a little oil meal and a very little bran And besides this all my horses had the distemper this winter but they are feeling good now and ready for the spring work judging by the way toIt corn 11 fed only a little bran while they had the disease If your horse has been kept in a halfway 01 has been kept in the best way do not make him do any more work than he is able to do and novel mind your neighbor what he is doing He may be do ink a little more at the start but if I shutIwhen not used to the work they will feel the effect of it during the remainder of tthe season Too much stress cannot he laid on this point to Ibe careful in working the hoeS01t the first Too many horses have heel hurt the first day plowing in fthe spring The owner gets in too much of a hurry mind the horse overworked is apt to feel time effect for some ttime Be careful about working thee lit for tho first tinge LTse still more caution and go slow at first Remember he does not know what it is and not being used to the itIon where many horses are hurt the first day that they are hitched up enlolulI season the right kind of feed heedwell while working hard but if for any rca son you have to stop work and the horselhaIto stand idle in tho sta ble be sure anti lessen the grain ration If you do not you will be apt to have trouble The system cannot use as much food when idle and cannot carry it oil Many cases of trouble of this kind are experienced such year Cut down the grainfration when idle In feeding limn work horse let him eat some hay for a short time nUll then give the grain I believe in giving write before feeding and not until two hours after If all men would observe this rule on themselves they would hove better health 1 know by experience E J Wiitorstripe in Inland Farmer WilY SO WEAK A Kimy Trwlies May fee SappingI Your life Away IWSUr ling People Have learn ed This Fact When n healthy man or woman begins to run down without appar tent cause becomes weak languid1 depressed Millers backache head ache dizzy spells and urinary disorders look to the kidneys for the cause of it all Keep the kidneys well duff they will keep you well Doans Kidney Pills cure sick kid neys and keep them well HeroJ is Mt Sterling proof for it Samuel T Green of High street i Mt Sterling Ky says Doans Kidney Pills were worth theirI weight in gold That is my opinion and the following too my Eels sons For n 1001nutny years I suffered with kidney trouble brought on I believe by straining myself at henry lifting Time dull aching across time small of my back and the sharp pains if I stooped or straightened made life anything but pleasant to me There wasi also a very annoying and distress ing urinary dilliculty particularly observable at night I took nil1 kinds of medicines supposed to Ibe good for kidney trouble and doc tored a great deal but without ob taming any noticeable benefit until F procured Doans Kidney Pills The change the first box made in my condition Wits surprising und I continued the treatment by taking another when all symptoms of dis ored kidneys disappeared and I felt myselfcured For sale by all dealers Price SO cents FosleivMilburn Co Co IHuilalo New York sole agents for the United States Hemembcr the name Doans und take no other Jii2t Breeding for Mutton and Wool What kind ofsheep are best toII raise for mutton laid wool 1 have a small stock of Southdowns mud II I wish longer woolL 1 IIFFltitiLLI- lmymukmtun Va Answer of Prof J1 F Hooper of Kentucky State Collegcurn answer to your correspondent Iji will say That iif he luis a well I bred Southdown Hock I should j hesitate to ail vise him to use a ram I of any o1her breed If he has only grade ewes mind is anxious to raise the wool dJlInd produce a good uuitton sheep a good Shropshire ram would probably prove most satisfactory The clip may be raised to 7 or 8 pounds per hendII itII heavily woolen rant of this breed is used and the individuals of the two breeds being of thcsame general lype1 they breed well to gether 1In purchasing a ram special emphasis should be laid on thoI following points See that the rout is wellwooled all over the bodII with fine dense woolof good crimp and possessing plenty of oil or yolk lie sure to observe that he is wellwooled under the chest and abdomen otherwise he nndI his ofi springs will be subject to coldstmd pneumonia when lying onI the ground The finest staple isI found over the heart on the side of the animal and the coarsest just in front and slightly lower than t1 hip The other characters are Lowsetncss of hotly width of bock depth of body it large well muslcd leg of mutton and a wealth of muscleingall over the body The Shropshires are heavier than the Southdowns rams of this breed weighing 225 pounds while the ewes weigh 1150 to 150 pounds The Hampshircs which might bused for the purpose desired but I think less advantageously tIC heaVier still but the wool is usu ally not of as high quality as that of the Shropshires To Celebrate Battle After 24 Centuries TIm Chamber of Deputies at Athens Greece huts decided to commemorate the battle of Marit thon which vas fought in Sep tember 4ttO B C in 1910 ex actly twentyfour centuries after the occurrence f Or RatrMS ffr GriwlHf Chicks InlandFEirmcrft Editor Inland Fanner Plcasiarr tell mo the best way td feed little 1 chicks I know this is an phi ry1a topic but one writer willtsityJCl t this another condemns it tillwoiyoung chicken cranks become con1 fused J usually have pretty good luck Chicks grow well till they t get to weigh n hiM or one pound then seem to grow so slow arc I healthy but dont grow fast enough I give them free rangoV Will give plan of feeding I have i thought of trying this year bread crumbs or oat meal till chicks nlOii about two weeks old then oat meal wheat screenings find crash ed corn in litter Please tell what you think of it and if I can im prove it- Have never fedany ground bone or Moat scraps Will the meat scraps keep any length of timeY I will have to order the prepared meat scraps as I live quite n dis tance from a butcher shop Wo hove a gravel pit near by Uc you think the gravel would do for grit or would it be better to use something else 1 Is crushed oys ter shell good for little chicks or 1only laying hens Is rolled pats goodus pinhead oats to feed chicks Have you ever tried feeding dry bran to little chicks I have always been told that it would kill them but see tars Feint recommends it Wishing Ayou and tumI J M IIuuKit Poland Ind Ans Instead of breadcrumbP and oatmeal try thl bread crumbs j and pinhead outs tho first two s t weeks or bettor still one of tire 6j dry chick feeds that are so exten J sively advertised Iused1 these feeds to good advantage last sea i son Tho other feeds you mention 1t4I give us good results after they are 7 well started on lifes journey but 1 to rrnifoodsi sults They are composed of vari ous seeds and broken grains are a complete ration In some of them the grit and shell is added if nut iwu heave to supply grit of course for it is of as much importance as the feed itself Our grocer keeps the chick foods andwe buy thorn in small amounts Dealers in poultry supplies sell these feeds for about 250 per 100 poundsIThe prepared meat scraps will keep And the chicks thrive and do wellon them Coarse gravel will do for grit but fine sand somo give to chicks is of no benefit Rolled outs are not considered as goodu feed as pinhead oats Have never tried feeding dry bruit to chicks but if you think your chicks arc not growing fast enough try feeding them n mash once 1 it lily composed of equal parts bran ground oats andcorn also add a pprtion of beef meal or beef scraps andmoisten not enough to make it slopjjy with milk or water Give the growing chicks this mash lut night and a variety of grains tli through tho dry I overlooked one question I see Yes oyster shell is good for little chicks as well as laying hens oFmSri M W don t- sIeDy 1 isour national ail mont Burdock Blood Bitters iis the national cure for it It strcnj gthcns stomach membranes pro motes flow of digestive juices pu rifles the blood builds you up JK4 Strenuous Hint What is your idea of a horn Ibin death 1 asked the chronic bpro 1Yellanswered the patient but long suffering party next tc starvation Ive always had a hor ror of being talked to deuthr Columbus Dispatch Lowest price on barbed mullf smooth wire at Ii CTI Flanders1 IU F 1I 8J 80tf Mt Sterling Ky r Registered s- My Jersey Bull registered will i be permitted to do service at i1 withreturn privilege 822t DC George rc t f j- t4 r e f N I Y r f t 4Wanted 50 Men anti Women- W S Lloydi the enterprising druggist is advertising today for fifty men and women to take ad vantage of the special halfprice offer he is making on Dr Howardst celebrated specific for the cure of constipation and dyspepsia and gets a fifty cent package at hall price 25 cents So positive is he of the remark able power of this specific to euro these diseases as well as sick head aches and liver troubles that ho agrees to refund the money to any 1 1customer whom this medicine doe not quickly relieve and cure With Dr Howards specific at t hand you cue eat what you want lull hove no fear of ill consequen i t ces It strengthens the stomach gives perfect digestion regulates k the bowels creates an appetite and k makes life worth the living This is an unusual opportunity to obtain GO doses of the best mcdi tine ever mule for halt its regular price with the personal guarantee of a well known business man to l refund the money if it does not give satisfaction i27oU A Neglected Orchard TIll same correspondent wishes to know how to reatI an orchard of which he writes I have an 01 r chard1 1or about O apple trees It must have been set some ten or fif teen years ago Some fruit grows on all the trees but is of an infer ior quality The growth of the limbs of tit trees is so douse that tit sun cannot shinei through themt but very little oven when I bare of Inn veSt They have never been pninned TIll trees evidently need prun iwig which should be attended to this winter or early next spring IK fore tit leaves come ontoTIll unnecessary twigs should be cut tint so that the sun will penetrate the foliage to some extent Next spring immedialely after the blos sOUls shed their petals the trees ought to be sprayed with Bordeaux mixture with Parisgreen added of1fr1sirrj J eaux mixture The latter can hIII nimle by the IIitl formula pounds bluestone 4Jpounds lisle 40 gallons of water It is possible of coinso that the tilnbohtl the ttrees is in a bad con dition in which case a little culti vation with some low growing for Ilgf plant such us cowpeas may Jielp 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imkitiir tyou safer front jKThidlcal headache C11ho dizziness pain or drat fitsi sensation low down In thealKloinen ti welt have disagreeable and weal lurrhal pelvic drain or are In rum bulnif long on your fret then dit10Burr in iJTiitTiiv from talthu i Favorite Prescription s Pleasant Pellets the best lax TheyyL two cfrLhTJcI catharticPV a t I WIND JAMMING DAYS AN OLD TIME MARINERS TALES Oil BRAVERY IN WRECKS The Cne of Gnllnnt Captain Xatmn Who Wonldnt Ilricrt s Common Snllor fnthrtlc Fnic of rrlncc a Noble MenfonndlAnd nOIr Bali said the old and crippled mariner of tho days of lung ago to the young mail who knew all about mod ern ships of steel and steam You Lave a lot to learn young man You have as much sentiment In your con struction as this tlek I carry The Idea of a youth like you trying to tell me that there Is as much brav cry tend pathos attached to seafaring now as there was when I was master of a wind jammer You probablyl be hove tram you are correct In your state meat but mau alive you arc making a fool of yourself Here in these days you hero lifeboats big and stout enough to carry an army of men Yqu have steam to manipulate the falls patent davits to swing clear No lowering away by hands and not getting them back over the side with every pound of lIch apullhur Sew fancied guns for throwing a life line rafts that wont go to pieces In the first chop of a sea cork jackets that need no In struction cards but which go on like a mans vests pumps that are rusty for want of use seamless plates und doz eiis of other Inventions In these days Whi rc were they lu the old tines Let me tell you something I dont sty but that there ere many brave and gallant mariners In the business now But the old shipwreck meant more In the matter of life taking than the ship wreck of today does Did you ever i hear tell of a sailor of the old school trying to get Into a boat before the passengers were out of danger You neednt say you have because you have not Why the only ones who ever attempt anything of tint kind stokers and flremen and rowdies IllCII have the Impudence to call themselves sailor I remember the case of a shore loaf or named Holmes who tried a trick like that He was afterward tried in the United States circuit court at Philadel phia and was convicted of manslaugh ter Hi was one of tthirty shipwrecked persons who took to the long which was greatlyI overloaded nndhoMII stantly III dauger of sinking Well tills beach rat Holmes and some morn of Abrahams men threw overboard six I teen passengirs two of whom were women to lighten the boat Tin court held hint a sailor is bound by law if nccesHiry to sacrifice his life to save the life of passengers Furthermore the court held that while two sailors might strugglel with finoh other1 for possession of the same phiulc thoII COjIl wye but one If Il piiNSvngei iI Were ou lilt plunk even lice Ifiw of ne IJJ would not justify Iho sailors In Ices It from him You do not think of that law Well it Is the law of Jod It IIs also tin tau of truly Did you ever hear of the case ofI Captain Nutman of the tjhlp ltlart I t lie wits a good finllor nnd a gallant master and no mutter what tawny may ihlnk It is1 possible to be both Ills ship foundered but he refused be taken oft Do you know why he toII fused to In taken oft lucre was nu jured man on board and while the old I Umber were going to pieces under his very feet he knelt down and said to man thoIiI It wont leave you lad On myII honor as a sailor I WOI1tII On his honor as uot leave hinl Have you evur heard I j of any tiling more touchingly honest j Captain Nation went down with his j ship but managedf to hold on to 1IhII mUll and to get to the button of an turned boat from which they were j afterward rescued It was a mouth or I so after that when a townsman asked jii Captain Nutmau what the name of tiltII rescued man was I II Why 1 never Inquired ltP said lie just signed articles In time regularII way I may have beard it then but 1 do I riot know It now lie was a Swede thats all I know of him The friend shook his head la aston ishment as he Inquired What A Swede Talsw all that ji chance for a Svfdo iI II j Why yes even for a Swede I didnt cute whether he was a Swede or a Laplander He was a good tailor anti would have dune the same for me I had things been reversed Nor In this t nil young man Them iIj WItS another shipwreck I know about but the name of the craft lots j tjIJIiIII my memory Time cresv took i buntt which was overcrowded1 A no I the Newfoundland the pet of time ship BWIIIII alongside the hunt AH the then turned their eek sadly upon him but they know Were was no room for him In that boat The captain loved the dons better than he loved1 his bins and lcl stood up In time boat as he tookI otf Ills eout and said I cannot see hint die like this live him my place In the boat I clan hold on to the plank and hu cannot Therft was a chorus of dissent and one of the sailors struck Uio brute over the head with the Mule of an oar Mille another pulledI his sheath knife Dont hurt him1 said the captain kindly but firmlyI jj Order him away then growled Rovcral of the men lIe will swamp as all The captain hesitated n minute frivcd Ills arm in tho nlr and said Back Prince and the faithful brute twain hock in the direction In which the vessel had disappeared beneath the surface Where do you find such pathos In the sea husinesa now Glv mt the old sailor very time GREAT ENTERPRISE Exposition Work Progressing I Famously In Louisville MUCH ENTHUSIASM ON ALL SIDESi Louisville Business Men Do Work o I the Greater Louisville Which Opens March 18 For Tw WeeksMovement One of Interest to the Whole State Filled with exhibits representing many varied lines of manufacturing industry the Greater Louisville Expo sition will open iu the vast Armory of the First Kentucky Regiment In Louisville on March IS Tho plans of the Exposition Company have matured rapidly since November 21 when the enterprise was officially launched and when the organization of the exposl Lion forces was begun With no lIdea of profit but with tho purpose of showing to all sections otI this great state what its metropolis can do and Is doing time members of the Louisville Commercial Club went into the exposition work and the people of this and all other sections of Kentucky as well as In the South and Southeast will find there much of pleasure and of profit The awaken lag of LouisvilleI has been evident to all lovers of Kentucky and now Lou I I U A T MACDONALD I Prctddent of the Greater Louisville Exposition Company Who Fist Proposed the Exposition PlanII isvillo is making ready to till Kentucky In particular and nil othrr people in gonera besides at the same time showing what + lie bus ac vnatp1h bed Louisvlllo occupies the firs place In ninny lines of manufacturing industry I besides being very near the top In very many others Prom nil these lines there came at the call of tho Exposition Company hundreds of fXII poslton workers who gave of their IJ time their thought and tholr labor to iilllng the vast building with tho crab orate exhibits which will be seen there from March 18 to 30 jj Foremost among the many Indus tries in Louisville stands the tanning trade with Its allied lines There U IeII thlrteon immense tanneries in ville and these furnish leather to I I scores of manufacturing plants requir Inv leather as raw material Those in Louisville who know have declared Ithat oulsvllleI leather represented In i Greater Louisville Exposition will furnlxh deep surprise for exposition visitorsIn manufacture of agricultural Implements and farm wagons Louis rifle takes second place to no city Three magnificent plants turn out a wonderful array of lavorsaving de i vices for the planter while an Im mense wagon factory the largest In i the world ships Its products not only north south east and west through i iI out this broad land but to other coun i tries as well Millions of yards of cloth In varied I textures are cut yearly by the clothing factories In Louisville Within the past dorado Ioulavilla has taken a rcc ognled positon as one of the princi pal centers In the manufacture of I i clothing There Is no city in tho Union j where Inuisvllle made garments not worn arcII In Itho manufacture of food no loss than In the other necessaries nf life IuIsville stands out as a preeminent center The Greater Louisville Exposition Company has invited the people Kentucky to go to the exposition ofII time railroads serving those people have ertabllshod a rate of one fare tor the round trip during the exposi thou iirlnd The Tee Line Company and Louisville d Evansvlllo Packet Company have mantle a rate of a faro and a third Including meals and state room for the the same period while I I tIll Loulsvlllft 8 Cincinnati Packet Company has announced that tho rato will be ono faro for tho exposition period exclusive of meals and state room and the Exposition Company offers besides the Interest In tho ex- posItion two daily concerts by the fa anus band of the Neapolitan band master Creatoro and other excellent features for time low admission rate of twentyfive centsIImitations of the Greater Loulsvillo Exposition are still strongly in evi dence In nit likelihood Kaiisns City eill follow Louisvilles lead next year according to the latestI advices from the city oa the Katr The false This Spring It will not be long until wo shall bo on the most important season of the life of tho farm work horse Spring is now near us and then the hardest season for the horse will have to be here After u period of rest the horse enters on a period of hard labor which ho is not used to It makes it very itftvitllojudgment because it is hard work sure enough Every fainter of course ex poets his horse to do a fullseasouV work but how teach the horse will be able to perform will depend somewhat on his kecpimruf the past wiper and upon tho teeth atilt cure during the tune of wurkui i I tt1t t his vitality run Iou sad ia wvuJkj condition cannot lw lsitt41 tW j do as much as tin ImrOrsr tiom4 5s iM J1IkgoodI spirits ami frvRg ytfvgi that feels like wnrik aauJ feaMktojII li work The horse wftfti iis Me 1II do the most vorf is 1awftuJhwiyI iiilW horse that has intern ktfft aftif tit1 lest Com will swaUw iilbt Idi ta1 time work hors 1Ir WSs l1utl iWK lKtlII JlliWIII strength ami ns5w tit iltlJlltJAr v to do a full seasHwV twlk OillA i il when fed alone i a 3 t ea ssruin ttw feed the worn IKHSO 18 o winl most JiUFrSS 1o SMF 3fcrtt ftftiHWrI is no grain which wiH 3ai3w aft l 11sellson11 while working j MWJdilionI j give hetter care 8111 you tan rho i 5 much before you need1 him Ifj you have to feed only com it will j pay you to supplement with a jj llittJjj of some other ftdlitl any J a suck ofoil meal and give u handful with the corn tad it villa pay you I had no oats lost CUII and htive peen feeding on coin alone except a little oilJarealanti a very little 1bran And besides this nil my horses had the distemper this winter hut they are feeling good now 11111ready for tho spring work judging by the way they act Just a little oil IIIcnltoc balance or rather to help balance I the corn ration helps wonderfully II fed only a little bran while they had the disease If your horse has been Ikept in a halfway or has been kept in thJJ hest way do not make him do UIIII1 he is ablemore work than to I I and never mind your neighbor what he is doing lie rimy be do ing a little more at the start but if you hurt horses at the start when not used to the work ttheyI will feel the effect of it during the remainder of the season Too much stress rnnnot be laid on this point to be careful in working the horse at the first Too many horses have been hurt the tint day plowingI in theI spring The owner gets in too much of u hurry and the horse overworked is apt to feel the filed for some ttune Be careful about working the e ill lot the first time Use still more caution and go slow at first Hemember he does not know what it is aud not being used to the work it will be easy to overdo it isIYou cannot bo too careful During the hind working season feed well and let it be the right kind of feel Feed well while working hard but if for any rea work and theson you have to stop horselhaslto stand idle in tthe sta ble be sure and lessen the grainI ration If you do not you will be apt to have trouble The systems1 cannot use as much food when idle and cannot carry it oil Many cases of trouble of this kindJ are experienced each year Cut down the grainfration when idle In feeding the work horse let him eat some hay for a short tine and then give the grain 1 believe in giving water before feeding and not until two hours after If allI men would observe this rule on themselves they would have better health T know by experience E J Watorstripu in Inland Farmer A i J-Ii1 4A1f 1 n t WHY SO WEAK x Kidney Trebles May be Sapping Your Life Away IWSKr ling People Have Learn ed This Fact When n healthy stun or woman begins to run down without appar rent cause becomes weak languid depressed Millers backache headache dizzy spells nUll urinary this orders Iwk to till kidneys for tho cause of it alU Keep tho kidneys well and they will keep you yoll I Vans Kidney stills cure sick kid neys and kecix theta well Hero is Mt SStwlu AC pvoof tfor it Souxuet T Urmu of High street Mtu SUiUug Ivy says Poans Kytucy fills wero worth their wvUti ui jtofcU That iis my opin jjwtt uwi ttte following aw my iva jjSjuttN For a gooduutuv years I 1lXitttwith kidney trouble bmrut l lt ovav I believe by straining iw ellTatkwYy lifting The dull bucklia tl tfeeshari pains if stooped or jsSrAbiMeuwl uuule rite anything Itu pkattt to me There was jal tII1t wry annoying und distress IltutilulU1I1 tftwvaWe at night 1 took nilI BJWN tHwxHeinvs suuposed to be ilc1 liar fcktoey trouble and doe ijawxnwl a snrvtrt AM hut without ob guiiMLgHv notkvuble benefit until 111 iwMwrwl IXtanV Kidney Pills Jnl chattt e the first box made in ay tuMnJiakwi was surprising mull ociDutd tin txvtttiueut by taking awxwbw srhen all symptoms of dis ml fcidmgrs dbappettixHl and 1 fdt 9KVS3if CUIYxl For sale by nil dealers Trite fAr cents FoterMilburn Co Co Builto New York sole agents t fur the Unitttl tJtejj Ueinejnber UK miuie nomsi mid take no other 322t j t Breeding for Mutton and Wool What kind of aheep are best toj rare for mutton tend wool I have ti small stock of outhdowns and I jjj j wish longer wool 14ItI J FKKKKII JIaymakcrton Va Answer of Prof J1f f Hooper of Kentucky State College Injj I answer to your correspondent Iiij llIhl1 I jij j hesitate to m vise him to use a JI1mllj of any o her breed I f he has only i grade ewes and is anxious to raise I the wool clip anti produce a good muttonsheep a rood Shropshire ram would probably prove most satisfactory The clip may be raised to i or 8 pounds per hemlII if a heavily woolen ram of this breed is used and the individuals of the two breeds being of thesame general ttype they breed well to gether In purchasing a rum spe cial emphasis should be laid on the following points See that the rant is wellwooled all over the body with fine dense woolof good crimp and possessing plenty of oil or yolk Be sure to observe that he is ellwooled under the chest anti abdomen otherwise he and his offsprings will be subject to colds and pneumonia when lying on the ground The finest staple is found over the heart on the side of the animal and the coarsest just in front and slightly lower than the hip The other characters are Lowsetncss of body width of back depth of body a large well musled leg of mutton and a wealth of muscleingall over the body The Shropshircs are heavier than the Southdowns rams of this breed weighing 225 pounds while the ewes weigh 150 to 150 pounds The Hampshiros which might bo used for the purpose desired but I think less advantageously are heavier still but the wool is usu sally not of as high quality as that of the Shropshires To Celebrate Battle After 24 Centuries The Chamber of Deputies at Athens Greece has decided to commemorate the battle of Mara thon which was fought in Sep tember 410 B C in 1910 ex actly twcnt four centuries after the occurrence Ratlins f6rwlgClllck InlKBd Knrmcrl V Editor Inland Farmer Please tell me the best way to feed chicks I know this is an littlottopic but ono writer will say this another condemns it till wa young chicken cranks become cOn fused I usually have pretty good luck Clucks grow well till they got to weight a half or one pound then seem to grow so slow aiq healthy but dont grow fast enough I give them free range Will give plan of feeding I have thought of trying this year bread crumbs or oat meal till chicks are about two weeks old then oat meal wheat screenings and crack ed corn in litter Please tell what you think of it und if I can im prove it- Have never fed any ground bono Yor meat scraps Will the neattscraps keep any mgthof timoYl with have to order the prepared meat scraps as I live quite adis= tance from a butcher shop We have It gravel pit near by 1ti you think the gravel would do for grit or would it be better to uso something else 1 Is crushed oyster shell rood for little chicks or only laying hens Is rolled oats goodas pinhead oats to feed chicks Have you ever tried feeding dry bran to little chicks I have always been told that it would kill them but see Mrs Feint recommends it Wishing you and all of the readers success I am yours trulyI J M IIuuKit Poland Ind Ans Instead of bread crumbs and oatmeal try tin breadcrumbs und pinhead outs tho first two weeks or bettor still one of the dry chick feeds that are so extensively advertised 1used thesu feeds to good advantage lust semi son The other foods you mention give us good results after they are well started on lifes journey but tto give them a start say for tho first two or throe weeks the chick foods with grit gives us fine re suits They are composedof vari ous seeds and broken grains ureti complete ration In sonic of them the grit andshell is added if not we have to supply grit of course for it is of as much importance as till feed itself Our grocer keeps the chick foods and we buy them in small amounts Dealers in poultry supplies sell these feeds for about 250 per 100 pounds The prepared meat scraps will keep and the chicks thrive and do well on them Coarse gravel will do for grit but fine sand sonic give to chicks is of no benefit Rolled oats are hot considered ooda feed as pinhead oats Have never tried feeding dry bran to chicks but iif you think your hicks are not growing fast enough try feeding them ia mash once Ia lair composedof equal parts bran ground oats und corn also add a pprtion of beef meal or beef scraps rod moisten not enough to make it sloppy withmilk or water live the growing chicks this mash 1 at night and a variety of grains fthrough the dry I overlooked one question I see Yes oyster shell is good for little chicks as well as laying hens FANMK M Woon Dyspepsia is our national ailment Burdock Wood Bitters iis the national cure for it It strcnj gthens stomach membranes pro motes How of digestive juices purifier the blood builds you up 104 Strenuous Hint What is your idea of a horn bra death asked tho chronic b1c1fH Well answered the patient but long suffering party Hl10xt to starvation Ive always had a hog i ror of being talked to death Columbus Dispatch Lowest price on barbed Iud smooth trite at- C J T Flanders It F DI 8J 0tf IMt Sterling Ky Registered My Jersey Bull registered will be permitted to do service at M11 withreturn privilege 322t i C George 4 1 1- 5