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f J r if J t I 7t J D T4 o1t J olr trcP t 1 J t 1b JJu Pr I 1 r 1 fioI t t PERSONAL Coleman nnd William Elliott have mumps Joseph U Richart Is suttoring with two ubscesaea in lila aide George DuwBon who has boon housed up with mumps la out again Mill Maude Coyle of Louisa is vlflltlngltvr aunt Mrs J A Baraet the1awJMM Turnefvof rtrltetna geatoMrsaVatIetC 8M taTcen after l1dlor a inSundayAV 8 moved from A liascoms farm to the Cemetery cot tage Tuesday MJIII Mary Gudgll htu returned from a visit to friends Winchester and Mt Sterling Mrs Gee W Connor aodrsouHar eld spethi t ekw1tttreIa ttveat Winchester Mrand Mrs Eugene Minlhan ret turned iitatwc from ft visit to the timer parents in Coyiugton andtittlerelatives 111 Mt Sterling Saturday and Sunday The following from Mt Sterling add wore here Monday Jj C Hamilton Jostiua Owings llobert Crooks Wm Cravens John Green wado E Hart came up frojHjJ L j i i 1 i1 1 1 iJ Z iiWf 7 P j 1 iil t j if11 4kj X o Sl4 tIr t Hcf w 11 I i Ar L4z4 i 4 1cti J y 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had telephoned that ho Lad beea successful In his ilsion asaong theniid that the Assoeia aaloraIngmembers hTbe purpose of Mr Hawkins1 visit to New York Will to bring about tho elimination of A certain clause in the contract between the Association and the capitalists to bytfiiatnnatl parUonparticular clause caused them to feel unsafe Hawkins promised to get it changed if ho could Mr Hawkins is expected homo tonight and it is said that he wllI call a meeting of tho directors ofI the Association at once- M0XTAOUEJJRArroNAn unusu ally pretty wedding was celebrated lost evening at the home of Mrs L r1 itr rlh Dr I i I t e i I1jd r s s y o s iJto 4 00 I l 4 tt t r I 4a j J tpt f J t = ttf t l i Hi+ i q Ir j p Jc P t kJ 1S t i c t4 t fl 4 id L t yt f r t j 3 iftf t t i i h 1f iII lrpJ hf i Sf t jl H 4 t v r w 4 LI e 5r 1f jf i i + 4tt k i tt 0 SI1 r t t IIt- t I z 1 tJ t SSI 5L r ty i t i SN f Ti 1nJTSI1f iIIt5tf n week for the warehouses the new Burley crop moving freelf with sales of old nnd now qrpps for the 4O7hoghoadsTotaliales 2387 hogshead and ofold 15 Thero were 558 hogshcads oC dark cropsrhopare with 1303 the corresponding week last year Todate the total snles of new crop have amounted to 5528 hogsheads of which 6226 sold as original inspections Burley rejections for the week amount ed to 325 hogsheads and tnt itlra total of 366 The percentage ciT rejections to auction sales is 14 Receipts for the week have amounted to 2126 hogsheads compared with 1119 the same week l4tIt3arCourIerJournoI OLVMPIAN SNasFrotte x ington iiendor The nntobcllutu toprproperty at court snlo fUg pony is now prepiirlnjj of Incorporation next fow we mente whf tJurhO Slb 1wN iiii I i itSt Is 0 Itl 4 43j r fr1ott i I t t t4e-1 dcI ti t i 4t f r r 4 s t r f t t U AN N4 dt J 9S r i 4 rP t4- I 4 SAs 4 44 SS c j 9 0 t r 7 i r SAM PATCHISON DRUCCIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO CIGflKS 5C tion and it seems certain thAt this willslrpaaaberare two miles from the railroad and Improbableat the bead of tho project intend to make it a success CARRYING COKCEALED WEAPONS 110 discussing tho sin of blood guiltiness it is usual to close thy discussion with a demandfjipj ertrcittiuenLofmonS ceoJed deudiyJ tratinsr p T 7 l t b sf5h ijiF t i t 5I o i I np 44- S4S9 4 f 4 J t f Ni rj7 4 r 10 I i 4 l f i I5P5i 1 J t c 9 r t t i0 fj71f j 5 iT 22 Ps5 titian oftho nurtifyIng situation in the court when a young woman of culture and refinement was forced by the police to appear and actual come In physical cnntnct with rrI woman shoplifter who hn been detected in the net ofstg u doll for one of hep Louisville Post- X v I beS5 i5 9 P asl 9 SS 4 551 N5s 4 N5 I t 4 I 4 t1 545 f 4 j 4 g i f R 5V1S tI t 1l f Y N4 Y J ffIL2 I e f if r J I j j l e I 21Si F 12t f3 F 11 r I iJ- J fY J i iI1 7ii i lJ IpE011 r t Y J 1 4 J r J of Iu r F irri t tv JjiC 1 l fTo close out a rIy frB1anketsfrp r fY f b greductto t f3 I if4r vr f Iget a bargm J f tiikli rbesfir p i t JiI 7k iS 2 ST Jr r I ir tt zJ45t7 f rrtF Y 4 I f 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jii c prla 4 I it t I Ca j F r t r1 7r i cI v t p i a40f J 1t1jt I AS pfI4 10e tt1A0Lt t4ale I jIJ s a j j h14 qtJ trIra 5t i 11J rlt0q v a f J rjt 4 b1ai j I i r 0daa1 tII11 PiJ cdII h 4 p aa cw come Into her rights and at the hands ittosetocharity and general benevolence and all in all though slightly bigoted Athumanity buButtin even more Interesting conclusion enComfortsnight they discussed iU What It was need not be specified but at tho close of Martins plea for Angles consent and speedy marriage although she permit ted yoNoyou left mo without thought or care and now let us try being lovers again ofjNHjdnt care to live through another loVjV ti vo can set aside my duty to boThappiness is long as I Ta4 also atnor p i k i c t I S40 SS 4 t t j ir 0f gS q Sg SIS a I p I a i a t Y5 e l 4 ia44 t d 4 a h0 at a15LA4c0 c 4 t a k ls4z r jf I j Sj t SI 4ra I 4 Rul fIl a p I It iz r0v i4Ije I a r a e e ai1 j a I p 0I l cfca11 Ja5rr b a t t IIs 4 iaL I i jSI ar ISI 4 c 5S5 E T 1 a Sj 5i 7 JICap1 3 aSca i 4 Sia1lI4t ir I Pr3 d v i YSSriI r 4S 4 4 4S i i r a i Y 4 S 1 escapeItsothers iiurdens my own lighter I havo never corn for it wai useless I could not will you back it tried and the only peace I found was In living for Comfort and my pupils At first daybutmet and good ones tried to whla per love to me It made no differ for I felt no response I cer would have done so If I Could but I could not It seemed to me God had willed me to live my life alone and for others and even now I feel the same Your finding my father unaccountable Impulse to return then going back to him again are all a part of my fate I may bo wrong but I can no more escape my sense of duty and that it to Gods will you should bring me this added one than I could put you out of my heart ago My duty now seems first when that Is performed and no one needs me more than you I will yours until death parts us I could do otherwise if I would and I would not if I could HC1VLbeforecould seem PO priceless CHAPTER XXXVIII vs been tho iforts 3 jj- 0 St 5Sr a 5S Ss SS I 57 SS r5S5- SSSj SSI SS4SS4 i 0I 4 SIwI I qft5Jsr 0l 5J544 It StS is0 JriS 5i SSiiSSt I I i t p SSSIS- S t5- StSS Si V I SSS S5S ls 4lqS 4tjiS tPSsS e 5SS I j- SS vSM5 i sb 4 0 r e S5 s4ki t51d4 Sj I 55sSe5 2 54 u I5Il S1p 5S p 155S 55 S55 02S5i Ti sS THE IRS1DAY OF REST OUR SEHMON STORY by the llljhway and Byway Preacher A Vision Between lha Lines of Gods Inspired Word Copyright lWl7JUEiUoa Scripture Authorltj And on the sev Ifshadday from all Ills work which He had made And God blessed the seventh day and sanctified It because that In it Ho had rested from nil Ills work which God created and madoGen 21 3 signbetweenknow that I am the Lord that sanctify theznEzck SI2 The Sabbath was made for man and not man for the Sabbath Mark 2Z7 lOUT had settled down upon the earth The gentle breezes touching the fragrant flow ers of the Garden as they passed came perfume laden to the bower home where tha happy pair rested In quiet slumber Tho whispering in the trees the sweet music of the rippling waters dr doorway and the songot- 555S were Naures ornestra- S 55r tSSiPS fSSi 55e flSS- f L5SiSS 4S bs PI4 5q 4l H SOS sY SS 4 4 SSOSSi5S SSS 5SiS SSi i5S 5S 5bi iiS 5SSStSS sSSSiS4SS SSSS5SSS 55p 44 tSt5S s4 SSS5- 55S t4S54SsS 555pS 55- 54 5 Si i5S5Si5sSS0 4 4 555S ISIS who In eager obedience arose prepareato depart upon His sacred mission Thus the conference ended and the seraphim before the tbroue again bowed low and chanted their adoration and praise ot Father Son and Holy Ghost Without the Palace the waiting angels heard the song of the seraphim and burst Into loud hosannas of praise as the doors swung open and the Son and Spit came forth Ah we cannot know the brightness and glory of that coming wo cannot realize the splendor of that scene but some day when our feet shall tread the courts of Heaven when bur eyes shall behold Its beauties and our ears drink In the music of the angel choirs then wo shall know The sun has set his signals In the east crn sky announcing the coming of an other day With the first gray glimmer ings of light tho birds are astir and their glad songs as they rise to greet the corn log sun havo filled the air and await ened to consciousness Adam and fair Eve It is their first morning The freshness In the air the stir of Nature all about the first faint glimmerings of light dancing on the walls of their leafy bower bring new thoughts and expert ences to them What charm has the early morning Nature U ever new and fresh at that hour Those who have gloried In numberless mornings and have come to know Nature well in her varying moods and tenses know full well how she never disappoints the one who seeks for some new wonder tome fresh experience some rarer beauty Though wo have seen thousands upon thousands of early morning splendors and heard the voices that burst forth in glad rejoicings at that time still we know how Nature greets us with fresh surprises and brings us deeper joys each time as we awaken and go forth whilo yet the sun la busy behind the horizon sIashing theeastern sky with his golden rimson colorings And with what X ar and fascinated eyo must Slr have listened and looked nfolded her rare and- 4jeforo them The sun which Lime dlsap re and bled i I sSSS 5S 505 54S 5555pS SS4 Ssi SSS SS555 55555 SI 55SSSS SS4S SS I i5s5ai tJ45 S4 2 4 ss 55525rdVS45i5sSSS54ISSt45SIS4 4 SSI r0 h SSP 55 05 555S- 5 sSs 0 SS 54S Ss 5S 5S r5SSS5- S5 I S5IS i 5j Si a I a i I I FROM ALL OVER THE STATEI THE MARCUM TRIAL Attorney Byrd Made the First Speech For the Plaintiff 4SpeakingInTuesday morhlhg by A F Byrd who Is making the first speech for the plaintiff His arraignment of the de fondants is terrific and he declares that the desperate efforts of the de tense to break down the testimony of Capt Ewen and Henry Noble is not so much to avoid paying damages as In this case to avoid criminal prosecu tlon for the murder of Marcum If this testimony la not discredited Winchester KyV Jan 5In the Marcum trial Wednesday John Ste venson spoke for the defense Ho eu loglzed the defendants who by Industry frugality and good judgment bad raised themselves from poverty and had become leaders in their commu nity He compared them with the dis reputable witnesses by which the plaintiffs were endeavoring to fasten crime upon them and declared it to be an outrage The interest remains unabated and each speaker Is greeted with crowded houses Winchester Ky Jan 6The fourth day ot speaking and the fourth speech In the MarcumHargls damage suit was made Thursday B H Jouett for plaintiff began Thursday morning and made a tolling argument Ho attacked the defendants for the interest shown In Curt Jett and Tom White the mur dcrcrs of Marcum before the killing and inferred from tho actions of defendants that it conspiracy to kill Mar defendantsforham into it and for using their alleged influence with him as a prom gmpens rf 5S- 4S 5S555 55S 5SS55405555S5 S5 5SS- 55 I 55I55s44S 1-c55ti3S 5sfSj js25i 5SSiS 4SgS 50 4 54Sr5554S PSSS SS5Y S5 1fii t 5555i SS- 55 S555 55 SS SS5A SS5S SG sSS SS55S 5S5 S 5S 54SS5SS THE TOBACCO GROWERS They Fix SixtyFive Cents Per Huh I dred as the Prizing Rate Guthrie Ky Jan 6 Fifteen couri ties of this the dark tobacco district were represented at a conference of planters held In this city to disousiIplans for the advancement of elation It was deciddd to refer tha acreage proposition back to the yarJ ous counties for Instructions and decision It was ordered by thojexecu r pdredThe planters are determined upon making the present movement a sue cess Hon John Garner ot Springfield Tcnn held an allday meeting hero Thursday taking evidence for use in pushing the flght pcalnst the com bine AN EXTRA 8E8SIONi Gov Beckham Issues a Proclamation Convening the General Assembly Frankfort Ky Jan 5Gov Beck ham Wednesday issued a proclamation convening the general assembly in cx traordinarr session pn Thuiday4Jan uary 12th next for the purpose au thorizing and providing another site In the city of Frankfort or contingu ous thereto for the proposed million dollar capltdl building tinder fh61 profclamatlon no other matters can bo considered at the extra session Goy Beckham thinks thepresent location Inadequate for the new structure GIRL ASSAULTED Officers With Bloodhounds Have Ta kenUpTthe Negro 5t- IS-SS 5Sp v 5Sc 5SSSt sS ISS j I a p SI t i S5S1 i aF iJ ii t f g I zIsaS 1r r5refft t s pS t 44o ci5 4 04 y i7 n v ft 55S c 55SSS- 5S I r SSS5 FSrss55 0S0S 4S 55 4S 55I SSS- SS 554S S 5 555SO SS55- S5 Sti55s i p Jj t5t1A4I J- 41S4 ff- I SjS5tt1ssupposedgatnuZ1of the sand in the from 30 to 40 feet5S 5LSS A statistician states fewer Free Masons to beSlawyers than in any other jsS1o Y S A postal curiosity Is the facttiatOBt sf the jBmalleat countrlsfTiH iEn Salvadqrrha iBitoed the eopii4Snumber ot 405 different postageitJui Wheat BealSi of Vermont bui1t4k4 firBt railroad known n the United flto 1- tig wooden track affair four ml Jong t the Qutncy granite qumt i MaasachuettjtTier roZOOPertoBicns a Praec1c5ho wtlo be ediict4 fSthe tpoMlcL cxpenfce sjid the fcosrtjiF duc UonVls providing a separate fjgg sOoLfprth fl agulyJ1 loinSand ammediJbeSpimlshsch 5 In thrt North Atlant S55jISthe vessel that tv received iwqfI wr- John Jo Adm8c vj time wK years 1 numbero4rti4S 1Ssylviniaiuthersij SiClare was licensed the fourth member tsr the jnlnlst thi RLClaeffreationalS ftir iVV1 town Rev phst and rn iS SSHtJKC a He said i 4 marked thee you think l 1No you7 z torted theS a St j r 5 r SSf5S av iS SS55I st a055+ I a f J 4 j I 4 6 4 ISVS k Sr 5AS 5S 5SpSSfIS4 4 ISSSS 4SS V vki e I tI 4 tic b q f 1 Jiaiid Important hap 4 4 inings of a Week tiwItem From All Irt of the United I l vJ8tate Told Briefly Together e With the LateItoreign Intelligence 4 CONGRESSIONAL NOTES On reconvening after the holidays 4 Sonata plunged Into tho bill br tim admislon or two elates to be nposrd ot Arizona and New Mexico a i X Okvhiuia and Indian Territory yY VVrresetuntlvo Baker N Y Intro J VX W a number of resolutions con vT J allegation rtlatlng to corpora IfS n jiii ai on of tho- fr o o regulat j Ing r lobs ot 1n5tliT SJordnance dcputiuci1t Cd a the senate I Tho gover cot a statistics as prepared i ricutural depart ment and r hnfejraforraed the I subJe oPpi 3eddis son in thelfeonso MISCEtUANEOt NEWS Sa I Mbrmon atedinin bJ rv Henryp ot the Illed an- etItton I ZI the Unit- d 4 iI I loveland coindjS y hnkruptcy of hert g t t 2aon was t down J r Z s bf r IL si 4 i 5r i r s4flI t t s Zb I i t Hps tI p t i 4 S4RfpS fS t tI iiI i k L I k F J1 4 4 4I a r yVv tapii p a ia1 e 4 a L1b 4 Si 4 Sa i441lL j aktSealb rls p Sr a Aa 5ra Ys 1 iC a 4i r 7 dt r5spVa T 4 rLrt a1 as 11va I i IIt1hLSI s4J f 1 r bLP IIt j f1 arE 1 1 q Za r tP i j Ma4I 4a 1LtV 4 aCt i I LfISJjt S s krtratc kcb tg P l 5j I tStit I aa k2 y i V s iq az 11iJ d i- 4J5 t 4L p i t tastI P t r a 3 Jt2SSA i 4a 5ki s sS r f4 I v SIvSI4Stiiasir r 7 f lt a jf rSp aStaa t4 1eJ1a a p r t p Ip a a I An imperial decree appoints Vice Adm Skrydloff a member of the coun SLof admirals A bill has been introduced fixing a penalty of not more than five years Imprisonment and a fine of not more than 500 for resisting service of any process of a court of the United States or assaulting any officer In the employ of the United States to pro vent the exercise of any of his tune tions The SL Petersburg correspondent of the Paris edition of the New York Herald telegraphs that Vice Adm Rojestvenskya flagship the battleship Knlazsouvaroff has struck a rock and foundered The government decides that the owner of a rural uU route box liar absolutely no control over It The federal authorities have as sumed control over Mrs Casalo L Chadwlcks ease No one will be al lowed to see her without permission As a mcmoHil to the memory of the Into master leader Theodore Thom as a movement has been inaugurated to change the name of the magnificent homo of tho Chlcago orchestra to Thomasihall n club house In- 5stririT approximately 300 IA Kiiv school for bakers will be iiiished at Fort Rlley Kan the classes to be drawn from cavalry in fantry and artillery It is estimated that it cost the Jap anese 80000 mon to take Port Arthur Gen StocsscI has been ordered home to stand courtmartlal for surrendering Port Arthur Senator Bailey submitted to the senate a proposed amendment to the constitution fixing the term of the president at six year and making him Ineligible for reelection SInJ Walter A Bethel Judge advo cato of the department of the Colum bia has been assigned to duty In the Philippine Islands as judge advocate of tho department of the Luzon Sir Thomas LIpton IsTboklng for a new designer to bulH other Sham rock to compete America cup Belle Co led In I I p t j e Iaa J i a 5 p tct- I v 4IlSk t E St w S1ig p J I jI T t I a 4 aaa 4I a t Y a Ic l I a AvI Y A e E1 pI r p 1tI 5S t eflsaj t pS i a s v p p St bwa 4 l a LV SP r 574 4 r 4V 5St fs V a i sd11i4 t- a 5S5 4 4 F5 e I 515f ip SS ia y t I Pa cc Pq mP75 5f Sa pai r 4 a IitSe r aj J4 a l4v a iF I a aII r bSy p a a a p l itov f pjp J i l i James Gillesple who with his Bis ter Mrs Belle Seward and Mr and Mrs Myron Barbour was Indicted for the murder f his twin sIsters Miss Elizabeth Ullesple at Rising Sun Ind was found guilty and sentenced to life Imprisonment The other three defendants will bo tried separately later The lioness and male baboon which formed part of King Meneliks recent gift to President Roosevelt have died at the National Zoological park Wash ington President Roosevelt Is an honorary member of the Campfire club of Am erica The chief object of the organ ization Is the protection of the forests and game of the country The mull car of the Atlantic Coast hue train that arrvled In Montgomery Ala was robbed about five inllos cast of that city A largo amount of registered mall was secured and the ban lit made his escape dropping off the train as It entered the outskirts of Montgomery The Maple Leaf grain elevator In Kansas City Kan owned by the Chi cage Great Western Railway Co was burned with SOO000 bushels of wheat entailing a loss of 550000 on building and contents fully insured Gcorgo Clifton of Cincinnati sergeant of Troop L 1st cavalryalnE scant of Troop L First cavalry was killed at Ft Sam Houston San An toclo Tex through the accidental dis charge of a carbine in the hands of Private Balcomb a member of the same troop More tnan twenty members of the chorus of the Metropolitan opera com pony Wore seriously injured in Now York by the collapse of the bridge scene in tao opening act of Carmen- A union church with a union pastor Janitor and Sundayschool su perintendent is the newest manifesta tion of industrial progress at hand The Inspiration came to the Flat Jani tors union of Chicago Before many Sundays have passed it Is hoped that all loyal trades unionists will bo cji ting fraternaly In pewsi Itfllligious worbona fide union ship Orgni n uo Derlng Coal Co tuf500V corporation under the Jtvvs of Delaware Isr ported to rrsia bilog bSI 1aq a s a a0 S p Wa J 5I a a i-e r + tS v 1 F1 P Sp r p P ad iJ4a 5 ij5- ssPS5 p r SII5S JS s t P a lI5 w a t 3s i V e t 05 p I I pS ap 1 a a Sc L t HELIIACONFERENCE Emperor Nicholas and Members of the Council Met They Considered the International and External Situation In Russia No Indication That Continuation of War Will Be Abandoned St Petersburg Jan 9The confer ences which Emperor Nicholas lisa been holding with members of the council of the empire M Witto and other ministers and advisors on tho International and external situation have not yet been concluded but nothing has occurred which would in dlcato that the government IB prepar ed to depart from Its present program of continuing the war to the bitter end Nevertheless talk of peace was heard in many quarters the founda tion for it being ascribed to Foreign Minister Lamsdorfs alleged position in favor of such a course tra the ground that aside from the humilia Lion to military prestige involved it would only mean the relinquishment of Manchuria to which Russia already Is formally pledged There Is no con firmation of this statement of Count Lamsdorfs position beyond the gen eral knowledge that ho always has be longed to the peace party It is quite probable that the peace talk gossip has been produced by the arrival of foreign papers as it receives no encouragement in responsible quarters here THE CHADWICK TRIAL There Will Be No Delay 8ofa 6 the Defense Is Concerned CIevelar1 n Tnornrnenting upon tbc fnrt thSLO had been with11 vWr by the fedcra1author1- 1c3 To produce certain diamonds and genifc Attorney J f Dawley counsel for Mrs Cassio L Chadwlck said II have not received so much as a pewter shoebuckle from either Mrs Chadwlck or her husband Dr Chad The serving of such an order 0jKenEo as being humorous Mrs VJhadwick has certainly not turned ny diamonds over to me Dawloy stated further that there inild no delay in the trial of the jjhadwlck case far as the defend Sjwis concerned COLORADO GOVERNORSHIP Legislature Ciwassedthe Vote j and Declared Adams Elected t Denver Col Jan 9AlvJdam- was declared by the legislature to be the duly elected governor of Colorado The returns showed Adams 123078 Peabody 113304 plurality for Adams 774 The republican candidates to all the stat offices were declared elect a eider the terms of the agreement d the various factions of the kirer no notice of contest can ed by Gov Peabody until after auguratlon of Mr Adaxn or4Q oclock Tuesday morning E- Ttnecoid i t a Fs 2 I fS S 5Se Sa St S y 3 S ap J tS a SSr j 4 r a a Sa Invited to fia Executed Dr Ah4ul Hikmet a Turkish resident in Paris boa been requested by the Turk ish embassy to return within 20 days to Constantinople where an onder for his execution awaits him The doctor re cently published a violently worded pamphlet charging the sultan with re sponsibility for the massacre of non Mussulmans In the Turkish empire He has appealed to the French government for projection How the Japanese Live Baron ICaneko says Welltodo Japanese do not live so very different ly from Americans For breakfast they have their coffee from your lat est possessions the Philippines con leased milk from Chicago bread from flour milled in Minneapolis They smoke a cigarette of Virginia leaf and they read a morning paper printed on paper made in Wisconsin Japanese Tare Baron Kaneko says Welltodo Japanese do not live so very differently from Americans For breakfast they have their coffee from your latest pos session the Philippines condensed milk from Chicago bread from flour milled in Mlnenapolls They smoke a cigarette of Virginia leaf and they read a morn log paper printed on paper made In Wis consin1 s Smallest Inherited Legacy Next to the proverbial shilling per haps the smallest legacy has been Inher ited by a native of New Zealand He had a son who died in the Dutch Indies and left him his effects amountln 13f pence at Middieburg an4tcto wa aten DUtrY j54raSProof Positive Singleton They say U you pick up a hairpin from the sidewalk It is a sign that you will receive a present Wedderly Thats I picked one up the other day and put it in my pocket and when my wife discovered It later she presented me with a piece of he mind Chicago Dally News Squash Pie For two deep pies having prapa pastry use two generous cup smoothly mashed cooked squash two cupfuls brown sy7 wellbeaten eggs H4 Pints fff onehalt teaspoonful each nenequarter Womans Magiflne To En To enjoy hlsjgc in a p thing else than l he Is married b ex much of tho girl who b to him even if she IsgtS Somervllle Journal j As Others See tJsTf- Mlfklns Old Skinner tells me I gsa hJS business careerby runnings with circus Bltklns Well I dont doubt i4almost Impossible to nail a circus dc Chltago Dally News r It Was Unnecessary Prof ssorGiyeiThxajnd antfa r SsIia- s 4 1 Sa p5pa a 4 s11- I aS f r sq ji a a I45- a I p I 4p 5S r 4 r pI IS v 5PVf r t 1 WENT TOOp lady Hotel Quest Bet oa a llghtenment from teJred Walter A woman lives at one of lheN4 5na City hotel who has the reputation of fag rather finicky and to please in the manner of food A day or two at lunch relates the Kansas Journal after looking over the deesert list puddingThehad considerable difficulty in finding fault but when she had about half finished the dessert the called the waiter over and said callingthisice cream about it and you know it Yesm said the waiter know dere aint no ice cream in it Bits jes a whyWellif a dish such a name they ought to make it conform to the name and if call this ice cream pudding you ought to bring some ice cream Yetia answered the servitor but you know we cant sIlos do it that You know we doesnt bring a cottage m puddingThe brought a burst of laughter from the people who heard the conversation and since the womans criticisms of the menu have been few and tnfrequ t SAN RANCISCOS tJLlM Seaport ble toe Some MarcaX tures Including the xnoriats In San Francisco they that U worth tjZc prciated aShiLtsrI e FhM s Qnr An Lrif viit lie w ij V 9svy5 I a 55Sp Sp 4 aI r1 t p I ISSG I aI a 5q a 55pS I PSSS aa r jp a ra aS ES5 j t Jk 4 Sya1t tPt5Sa a t1r apajt IS 415aJp sS t a 7 aI5 a4a- i 4 d4a t 4a 5PP a IS i i a I i zp SSt ADVANCE IbTttBJyaw W HOHAMR OwiBgitlUe nut nf ata WfirtftUllucnthu fact on a Mrsiil8lf ou TaBipoTiooK sent one year V tv IL CrooKS hero pn bueinpaa Thursday Richard ReeJ of Bourbon conn ty visited his brother Charley la week D 8 Wkon sold to Willson Hendrix twilve hogs weighing at 4c Jf Wllhoit filled lita Mgular i ijaturtUy nJght and Sunday Tom Pergrom of Carrington ylMiedhU daughter Mrs S II Johnson Tuesday of Iwst week Died Jun 9 of consumption Sobrina wife of Fritz Cnrmichael deceased She leaves three children two boye and a little girl Johnson Atchison shipped a car load of cattle to Cincinnati Satur d Willson ky Hendrix a car load hogt and Peed Lathram n carload of cattle Slate Valley iSotn Shultx wosBtWnjWilllama Frldiiy on business Wo are having plenty of snow verybody in th btf nf VV 4V vXvr v vj JlVt f J William j jjffatt ban rented part of cKinivani farm on the dark Pieratt and wife visited andSaduyUBH Alice Carter returned home Thursday from a visit to her sister Mrs Cravens near Mt Sterling It was nil a mistake about Miss Alice Carter being married Wo are flnd to Imvo her back lionio single Brother Hart of Lexington fill ed Brother Harrisons appointment andSundny Bald Easle Farmers ore about dons btobacco in thii neighborhood Mrn Hall Stucgcon who is uf ferlng with cancer itill lingers H G Dunaway nnd wife of Fleming county are visiting th6 fatoily L G Gulley- J A 1iinawny and L G Gullcy alo a business trip to Flcraing Tjny one day last week iplisB Arzolio Watson who hnd gen visiting her sister Mrs W T bus returned to her home x ono of our jn timo s purchased the oraW J Law sessiqn given c l a fox It is a c i J r V f t Si Srf v A Schc nice tr W R Snarls and wifo have rent ed and will run the hotel here this year Mies Maud Coylo of Louisa was a guest of J K Jackson and wife several days lust week Several of the boys have returned to work in Weet Virginia ufter spending tho holidays 41 homo John Cninigan eist rs Mispes Emma andJUyrtieyof Pint Creek nnd Oakley of Roos Run a visited R C Costigan and wife Roynoldsvlllo v Marshall Stone is sick Silas Corbln was at Owingsvtllo C II Cnrr of near Mt Sterling visited W L Ihelpa Tuesday Mrs J W Corbln is suffering from a carbuncle on heranklo John Webb of Bethel spent Sat urday and Sunday with Job Lester W W Uoyd sold to John Jones of Bald Eagle ten acres of land at 00 per acre Miss Nettie VB of Bethel spent from ThUrsdny until Sunday with Miss Zornh Lttter Mrs John Jones and of Bald Eagle were g sts of Mark Donaldson Monday X511VR Robertson bought n alds in aliThehere The ore mines will do nothing this week oftheBud Gophers wife is soino bet ter of mumps t There seems to be a general atVn 8 fnr a8 8onle j f Vif that place know wnlgnn has been a sa jf for somf- j vas somewhat rblicvt i sweating bath in Trm cd Friend St9QpV Tom Wutsnn la WttrTing toform any new He is only tryih to get tho people toundersttand the be twcen Jthp i dod nnmeypiirty nnd tho udorja r tfac It wan nu a surprii to hear the dealt f James HA Maze who Ali j L he Okla Wb are Inn ng enae nicev winter weather AlleirCampbcll d his crop of tobacco to Maguira Suundera at IQo peril MisseH Etta Triimbo and Xn6y Vanlandingharo of near Odessa attended tho ViccEstill wedding supper nnd wore guests of Misses Carrie and Mae Vlco Thursday nl ht Miss Lena Hozclrigg closed her school here Friday with a nice treat The children all liked her very much and wo must soy she bus closed the best school that bnt years The yoiing folks were all sorry to see her leave Married by Elder B H Ross nt is reaiHenco Thursday Jan 5 Frank Estill nnd Miss Addle Vice The bride is the youngest ohild of Noce and Nancy Vice is n good looking industrious young lady Tho groom is a son of Andrew Es till and is an industrious young man well worthy of the bride ho has won After tho ceremony they returned to the homo of the bride whore an excellent r awaited them Congratulalibn and best wishes are extended this happy couple May they ever be happy as now Miss BottieDangh orty nnd Carl McClurc were tho attendants Ferryranro some Une jfinter weather daughterIerSeveral from around hero were in Owingsvillo Monday Inez Highlcy returned homo to Knob Jick after a visitto relative qr0i One of tho Widow 1rtufc Purvislittle boys is not expected to Uv4long He has fever Miss Lutie QuisenberryV PC at Ilodricks Friday nice treat to tho iHtn Miss Maggie v eturnoc here to her brot i uihasboen teaohing school nu WillIevOtis and wife s their future homo in Illhii day Their many frien sorry to ses them leave The telephone Hr Srontilj Suit Lick is b i i enf Piwcrt bi viniiUi j lydeSatuD did the t Married nt the Courthouse M iovJngsville Dec 30 Mr Willi will Itsnvo Poon Illinois The our bestwishce OniiofMrs J W Hum is list Williams w A B Barbee of Sherburno and Andy Riddle Tuscola Illjnnis vis ited Tilmaii Riddle and wife last Fiiday night und Saturday On lnit Wednesday Mins Addic Vice and Mr Frank Ectill were united in tho holy bonds of matri mony Tho bride is the only ditugb ter of Naco Vice a prosperous farmer of uonr Okln Mr Estlll if a son of Andy Estill of Fleming county Our best wishes go with Mr and Mrs Edtill Hlllsboro Miss Loliah Walton visited in Maysville Monday Cloin Vlilinina mndou business trip to Muysvillo Monday Ed Rankins returned Monday from his visit to Covington- Jas Williamson nncl wifo left Monday for their home at Indiiin apolis Rev Andrews Jobnson arrived here Saturday mornihgSffbia Wil more to visit bis best girl Died at her home near this place Miss Beltie Summilt aged about eeventern years She WUB buried in the New Hope graveyard Mrs John WHutlgeB loft Fri day morning for IndiannprilfeInd having been called there by the dangerous illness of Mrs Funny BundrenMrsPuola Hamilton of Chicago and Miss Ursula Razor of Mason county jirriveil here Monday even ingto visit Mrs Margaret Moody and John W Hedges Died at tho residence of his eon iulaw George Stone John Crain after a eliort illness of typhoid anti pneumonia TueBdaymornlng His remains were aid to rest in the Atchison graveyard Ho was n highly respected citizen Slepstone Burl Ray who is working with vrpenter force was over tVra Stcele lej last ynreek srH where hewllj rkc13 to his best giX imi Write or Teicpiione wv iv fp Being connected wi sell a1 i tj