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I 1 J r J 2 vr J tii 1 ntrt a r h 1i J 4 O j4J7 Ioj S r 1 J ttf i jr r CIrW itrok7 4 t 0 J r 4 r fJIn I1 q re 4 4 4 4 g c k r pI1 t 1 J t p ii dig t rt i Il r r I tir l 4 L ii Jte t I d o i J1 f rfI t71t z if iri id r fY J + t F v i t k 1 t = fiJ J l LXXVI OWiNGSVILLE KENTUCKY Tx i Fli i J Jii ILl N Much of the snow njaivu away Tuesday h GenT Young is the authorize p agent of TnE OUTLOOK to collect 1t0 IDr G W Conner makes teoth from the cheapest to the bert S10 i J W Lane is agent for Wieder raun bottled beer and Uudwciser 1bottlei and kg Dont fail to attend the big grab iealoof Hascom Sturgell do Co Jun I uary28 All who havo property to toll at public auction call on M D Paris I no will give satisfaction Saturday rind Sunday nightsN w n d r u un i ermonu lng tbn to ou below z ro tThiswillter has eaten into coal zj piles at a rato feorful tu contcm 1 plate but eumrner time will conic by and by JNlIisle the American To 4I4 bacobuyer Of Winchester came 1 Tneedaytolook at tobacco crops 3 n hS ectoVIt tup1 UP Odotuundcr and all approvedfr I 1 aothetlci4or the traction of teethhit The Tax Supervisors are notify c inj a good ninny taxpayers to upC i pear before them and show otincreasedS OfT Tines One snow hardly melts oil the ground until unutherd rtitke its place which is or 1 the growing wheat anti rye Several t inches of snow have been on the Idsyit Mr STERLING COURT There L were several hundred cattle on theI market at Mt SterhngMonday and rcs1ererully sustained ir not A good many 1iuIes were offered but prices were TIIBACCO SAtEsTruml Sned vIcInityt1It f e1ih I1enddabout 5000 lbs nt ftcjffJohnDaujherty about 2000 CIto 14000 at 4 SOLO ME Iwird Juno of IIlt1 II 8t1 la = y1I rWIi1f fblLjhQCJh- ctUIIf t r Ii ReJ li4ivl i t1Tutt tJ rbFhrllKhtJho kt1 u It 4 k 4A redl 1 viiitriitps rr lJO5 It C itlm 4jtiIIi5 IUJOtIm lllrr 3urrehlsc fri ttds iijn him a hnppyP jinisprrojiB New Yiar with returns of the same FAQUL HANDS VANTCUt will iVirJB for a year beginning March ISfn Xtlllreegoo1menItI18m IIII 1 fmiles Must be fcobcr and will t ing to work every dnyGlod rt i houses and gardens f urniehed Can ti raise chickens but no geene duckt or turkeys Apply in person 2t A W Biiscojr j M aa WM ROUBHTS DBAD Mrs Wm Roberts of west of town died of consumption of the bbwuls aboutt Ci30 m Monday and was burled at i iolpdllgfteJoJ Church Tuesday De i ce1l been in bud health for a year or so She was a daUghter oV w Owen Myers and wan first marrledo Cha Lucas who died In this town In aoptomber IflOl Two children of this marriage survive She married t Mr Roberts about two years ago and a child now six months old was bern Mr Roberta also hits two chll area of aoriner tnarrhige He has F r the sympathy of many friends In his loss 1 j JOB PBISTINO Remember that TBK PDTLOOK is prepared to print r letterheads noteheads bilih ads Btateraents envelopes cards labels receipts IuvitaUonaandall sorts of business stationery on the best Etbcfcjirtasteful style at tho moat rcasonblo prices Compare our work with that turned out by any jnbomce and you will find it to yotiVadTantaga to have us do your work Lt I ferirbp print posters dodgers pamphlets and everything usually turned outby a country Job olllcc 1 We have o ii hand for sale in any quantity blank deeds mortgages oil leases and other blanks ASiOoiTJONJt d I up 0 Gjrowers Asidciation saidthe com H pany would begin receiving tbbap co thelast of thu week A dllf atch in Tnesdays Courier J6urB JJn o Lexington saya thu ltiHrdafdirectors of tile Afiaooia toHkfT be en meeting dally1 since Frttfay and Bdjourned to meet ligaih TUbsday Telegrams were i lIrseittoeap1taIstebuz nothing def c LhedIepstebalRciuya Preei deatllawkln8 stated tonrght Mon dl1ylt t be stjll had hopes nf suc 4 cewnnd KtdtlieRteohba organ f ization would be known within the 1 next few day Owens R tUff said hero Tuesday tfaVBlleir Sliarj got atelegram frdM iPresldent Wr B Hawkins Jt Monday Right that the Association XM ago aml JJISJllirpanl1 tll bo6tl8bae in 4ih county to aaeet Hawkins in OiacNnatL TTuesdayi Sharp left t deht 9eS4I1iorning v h fJf r- LLtt t t 1 1 1 t i 4 fji = iirt k t tf u jJ1ttP 1 r 11 PERSONAL J wMiuistMl ui Iiuii IMrs Hurt Daniel and son William Monday to vlblt relatives at a corgtswflSE in met and wife wero It Lexington last week with C G Mo Allster and wife Miss EVil Mclvinivan has S tcottVoria Vanlatidlngham Kollyhavea visit to relatives hero A N Crooks and wife visited relatives at Alt Sterling from Saturday until Monday afternoon Miss Pearl Trumbo after n visit to rw nVMrv it jLRttiome to exingtou last weekoMrs Jo Allen and dauKhtor Miss cbnoofAvenue JjturnedCH parents James McKeo and wife in Chicago daughterImizi her husband at Charleston VIhas arneWm Stephens returned Sunday om a hospital at Louisville where hulnghisly wellITimothy and Robert Minilmn or rllsle came lust Thursday to visit their brother Eugene Mlnihan Tim hy returned twine same day Rob t remaining until Tuesday Mrs Lou Fratmai received word fore part of tho week that her Mrs C G McAli ter of Lexington Is better of un attack of w a beellTOBACCO SUEBR H Lane and Wm Cloy of ML Sterllnghave received the followiugs crops of to bacco from the Stepstono neigh borbood Richard Garrett 1500 Ibs at 9Jc Thus Garrett lOOOIbs a t 9ciJo nay 1800 Ibs at 9c G A Peed bought in Kendnlls Spring section Ed Green 2500lbs at JCj Amos Baijey and JohnTin cher 5800 Ibs at Sic Wchly Sta ton and John Tinqhor 8000 Ibs at 8Jr7 The Hamilton Fun Co of Flat reeks sold 100000 ibs of tobacco to Ilifile time Aiuericaii Tubuccit Uo8 buyer nt I3c to 15c I UNTOOUEllr ljiiTic Kvoiiiii ii1t ll re i g IP8 Nt JlWe I u JuImn1umeryc1lLfltyiI Democritio pfttttics tseQfl atudTietvr tall mid t kpiy ubfofu tcly II ltt aLtIur utItstthewgVi the cMuucnd cityr commit J l Imtite4at Yretnkf Ict t Sitlurdlly1J vtiicli time urtIII lmlI pilJ ceilrtatoluttjirr The 1ne1sifc1udgeAlIo W Doting nd the law partner of U R rowiti Earl W Seiiff was chosen as Chairman of the County Com raittet When the county committeemen in the various counties were choecn lust November there wro two sole o candidates in several precincts and the legally chosen wen were d First ward Stanley Arnold Second ward J R Hainline Third ward John ircenwade Fourth ward L T Chiles Beans Slim Turlej Levee T J Douglas Co inargo Will Wyatt Jeffersinville miller Anderson Spencer John It homas Howard Mill Montjoy j1arulI C Riddell Aarons Run Elijah Taulbce Sideview J K Johnson Graety Lick Roy Greene Smilhville Thomas Thomas Messrs Hainline Arnold Green wade Chiles Wyatt Anderson Johnlontlnd Greene met at the of lIce of the Chairman and after hearing the contest against Taut bee which had been instituted by t J P Highland decided in Tau bees favor maksng nine members out of Of teen present 1LA Chiles was unanimously chosen as chair man of both City and County Com mittpes At the same time Messrs lurleyDoJglasrIhoma Riddell qLmewittsinstitutedugiiinstGrotnwudenain line and Chilies These together with the Highland casewere settled and EW Sentf chosen Chairman TIiH election of Hemline In tho byWADeHllvenline won the only name presented to the convention He was chosen anlmoualy on the motion of W urI White and the namo of DeHaven never mentioned The name thhgIwns trnn of tho election LTChllesin the Fourth ward Ho was elected unanimously and then a contest was iciwadeby a majority of otto Followers of Sent said to be Sat n Turley and Judge Young went to Breatliltt county and lairS the case before Judge James Hnrgis who de utded the contests in favor of the Young men Some of Mr ChUbs fol lowers then visited JudgoIIurgisuid he denied tho SHttliiiK of tho con tests When the cases came up at Frank fort Saturday Judge Hargis decls ion was sprung ana notwitbstandlnt rtjtyelghtDentflerat4 ward and In the Fourth show Jngthnt Chllei rind Halnlino were choReo unanImously the State Cen tral Committee rodo roughshod over the Chiles followers nod gave tbd seats to UeHiivcn nnd Conroyi who were never put in imniiuatloii and voted rot Groenwnde was also un seated Ifh most remarkable procncdintr oftill wes time unseating ofJK Join Ton In the Sideview precinct and the l of WVEubausTlllire- wasnocont stover this seat and Eubanks made an affidavit whitWRsrsad to the State fentrnl t i rir s s t j iilcuylvgh Nolithstanding deliberately unseatod Johnson a v lttsLOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAKKKT 1JReImarket are on tho whole satisfac tory though they are not quite Uj o expectations The weekly repor of the Louisville Leaf Tobacco Ex change shows the receipts for the first two weeks of the year hue mounted to 4343 hogsheads com pared with 2591 for the same period in 1904 with almost a propor tionato increase in tho sales reported Tho weather has not been at lu eiWiTttvoruule for tneTCnvemcnt r tho crop nor has tho attitude of the Burley Tobacco Growers Asso ation helped tho local receipts ith regard to the tatter time trade generally disposed to believe at it lacks both the facilities and the funds for handling the BUIley crop and the reports of financial support unless based on negotia tions with the American Tobacco Company directly or indirectly e not credited The formation of tho association received encour agement from LouisIille warehouse men at the timeit being understood that if the organization could be rfected that the tobacco was to properfa1cstorage interest on advance m ents being made The situation at present is one w here Burley values in tIns market are there precarious than awhile lack and while good prices are ing obtained for all grades and ll quotations for the fancy types and better qualities of leafand lugs still the lower grades have not held up to the prices heretofore established and the support Is lucking to positively insure a con ti nuance of the upward movement ThcContinental Tobacco Company while making fairly liberal pur chases is not buying as much to hi con as might havo been expected and is certainly not pushing ilte market Independent factories have taken of the new crop rather liberally und they have dune their chare to sustain the market In the country the Continentals buy ers liivo pit rhn ied an occasional crop hero ajid there fur ivliith they linn null Uoll hot i lietlieriii IoisiwtnittIbpaiI3retieraIy rt JrienJIIstlxornir L The feature of ij rmir thtiu- eek was time a1e tif i1i ftreWorlds Fair Iiig heudVn Hurley I D 1f1Ihowever were tint elrjvjr of the market as tbeyvefiexei iptionally One beinfbpjeked from the crnjps nt 1903 for the express purpose of lieing1 exhibited at tho St Louis Exposition In the new Burley offerings there was noted a scarcityof color with w houseburn predominating to a considerable extent and the eon it ion an n rule undesirable The early part of tho week a higher market fur all types WAS notedthis rpplying even to the low grades but prices sagged thereafter and they were decidedly irregular on the different grades Some qf the low grades sold n shade higherand q colory styles wore upc us cotnpar cd with last weeks quotations The offerings of old Burley were light with na noteworthy change in the market unless it were un excellent is d gNewfreely but the warehouses showed their ability to draw dark tobacco tn this marketlast year from see ionh whOre they have heretofore not attempted togo after much b t ghitfore the season ends The new to bacco offered was mainly nnfired and in soft order fairly well flu old itnrkfns of good Jity arid brought out fair cosu- etition All grades of leaf sold satisfactorily prices tending high r while lugs were up a few bids Total sales of Leaf Tobacco Ex change warehouses for the week have amounted to 2958 hogsheads as compared with 2161 the saw e week last year and 3860 in 1903 Of the total sod 2112 hogsheads were Burley 2098 now crop and eleven old crop rhe sales of dark were 946 hogsheads of which 721 were old crop Tho total sales for the new year are thus fur running ahead of the corresponding period last year by 2375 hogsheads To tal sales of new crop to dote have amounted to 7751 hogsheads of which 7220 were sold as original inspections Rejections for the week amounted to 300 hogsheads of Burley and 35 of dark the per contage to auction sales being 14 The private smiles for the week nmouptcd to 500 hogsheads Re ceipts this week were 2217 hogs heads and since January 1 they IraTe amounted to 4343 Courier Journal Iceharvesting was in progress Monday and Tuesday Ice several inches thick was housed S TURN OVER A new lear and save money by paying cash for goods at Wrens Racket Store Salt Ky f k Irrigation In United Statas The Bureau of itjio Census hat j ti rmew Irastion passed by the Houtu u tht first session of the FiftyseveiV Congress arid was prepared undd the supervision of Mr ikGran ita nd now of the Geological Survey The statistics presented wore obt ti med by correspondence suppler mcnted by fieldwork In a few states anti by information given by state engineern and their assistants 11le ntmoduec iaof- rImmitorysi at wi r tIn jat d developmuti4 d l Ajt olj nfl this country nnd tne stitjitica are presented aol discussed re ions by jlDuringthere has been an awakening totle opportunity that lies in the arid- estW for the farmer and the homo maker and a remarkable transfor motion has taken place in many parts of this region Thousands of miles of canals representing a vast expenditure of money arid labor distribute water Upon more than 8000000 acres of land which once was a barren desert but now is annually producing crops worth 100000000Iare Clltcilitiesfollowed by a corresponding in crease in irrigation The irrigator to cc experiendtheir achievements are greater than those of their predecessors because they liars learned how to subdue arid apply the forces of nature through innumerable inventions Problems of water storage and di version have been worked out to a practical solution Every available stream is now n potent force for good The dams that hold back und store the floods also furnish abundant electric power for nil purposes and sven the How of the ennuis turns wheels that lift large quantities of water to fields above the level of gravity supply With the development of trriga Whldluuu voIIv tli irrlJlle i i a- tinv lpbiIt ICACTJL geiTi1tI4pulii t PWU1 elites hints risen in ih tu lniv h11uittilCcimmiiier fr jJ I 13 r 4S77Taeresi fitIIjIiC4lJt It f tiiirH i IJ TlHincrensv IU 1SU9 10 19Q j was minrc than 20 r cent forth number of irrigated farms time number of irrigated acres and ti co systemsTheac cording to the threo sources anspringsdJ the most important since theyu plied more than threfourtli9 of all the systems and more than nine tenths of the irrigated farms aid r acreage While irrigation in all portions of the United States is for the same j general purpose the degree of re uirement the extent of oxploita tion find the methods of applies lion differ widely in certain more or less welldefined regions In this report the United States divided into the following re ons The arid region comprising ose states and territories between AlilleIssippi t where agriculture i dependent upon the artificial application of water to the land the semiarid re ina comprising parts of those ates lying midway between the Rocky mountains and tho Missis slppi river wherein the rainfall is o uncertain that irrigation is necessary except years of unusual precipitation i the rice producing states comprising parts of Texas and Louisiana and certain countie in the Carolinas and Georgia and the humid states represented by several of the New England Middle Atlantio and Gulf states in which irrigation ia practiced to a limited extent The report shows that in 1902 there were in the arid regionOll per cent of the total number of Irrit gated farms 898 per cent of the irrigated acreage and 83 per cent of the construction cost of the eye J terns Although irrigation waS carried on most extensively in the arid region the rate of increase from 1899 to 1902 was ics fosrtlftrg region than for any other In rlgated acreage the increase IrI 166 per cent for the arid 526 per cent for the semiarid states and territories 762 percent for the humid states and 1413 per cent for the rice states Of the nine states and two torn tories in the arid regionCalifornia ranked first in both the number of irrigated farms und in the total construction cost of systems i Utah ranked second in the umber of farms and third in the construction cost and Colorado ranked third n iltherlgated aroaC lprado ranked first California second and Montana third For the arid region the average rcoirstrirctron cost poracre was9lij J t I 7i 5 k 1= a iJ d jw i j A 3 rti- 4 y t t I I i r I t 1 I s I t I f4 L1 ff f I 4Li y t iI ifc i I il rt I Jt t tc 4 t l i fIJ fitttho illteIPi p1 L ill of the large orange groves in ridawcre destroyed by Iroet many of the fruit growrewere mpelled by circumstances en age in truck lamming They used their irrigation plants in die new vork and the yields were improved rfJid the profits became greater JSince the value of irrigation in ruck terming was demonstrated jifiis way many farmera Irkve Install cd plants that may bused for inn gution purposes when neededIn irrlgntionIhtyofcrops are irrigated and tho iijfgation systems ate among the rnct modern in the country TSie future development of the arid end semiarid country depends i argely upon the volume of its 18tlargesible and in order that a better knowledge way be had of the extent to which these waters are be ling used the statistics are also presented by drainage basins rho Mississippi drainage basin ranks first in importance fur irriga tion The Mississippi valley proper 18 a region of ample rainfall but the great western tributaries of the river flew through land where irrIgation is of the utmost import a nce and almost onethird of the total irrigated area of the arid nnd semIarid regions is supplied by iheee streams The waters of this drainage basin supplied 2906665 acres of 27999 farms Its 8090 systems with 20135 wiles of canals and ditehe cost 20494070 The Great Interior basin includes the most desertlike part of the arid regions and except in isolated lo calities agriculture without irriga lion is impossible Throughout this basin the demands of irrign Lion havo exhausted tho normal flow of all the streams und in years of IIgl nowfall in the mountains crops pNr severely Conserva lion of the floods on nearly all ol the treHtn8 will have to be resorted to in order to allow more lund to be irrigated The reports for this basin show 22805 irrigated farms with 1575 757 acres Time systems numbered a321 and cost 10505530 In this basin there were 8027 miles of canals and ditches The Columbia River basin was third in importance in 1902 with its 5470 systems irrigating 1288 935 acres on 19106 farms These systems with 10373 miles of canals and ditches cost 10767661 The Colorado river both in length2000 miles and extent of drainage area approximately 225000 square milesis one of the greatest rivers of the arid west However the discharge of the Col orado river direct is less than bat of manyof tJO saraU Cat fa c r 9 j i f t s d 4 t a 1 iti V t hF t 4 I I y i i s I jJ a j l C lri 11 oIf fliflJ I t if 1 1 i t 4 o jJi t fd h 1 f 0 i r V tI tti 7iI I tWk I c p1Kf 1IfC 1 mtwhjch wygfnde in TboHeruUl last Utiitngernegood wliltorTK rvants fresh from Europo Nothing definite was ever done ubojit this Col Tobias GIb- son hud some correspondence bout the matter with the Commissioner of Immigration and had his life been spared would probably have brmgtuKelltuelc arrived in this country for ser vants It is interesting and valun c ale in connection with the letter which wo publish to read the com ments of Southern papers on the o plan suggested by Immigration Commissioner Sargent to induce arriving immigrants to go south instead of going to the great cities We republish number of such LlternryDigelltspread is tho demand for good sot vants both in the house and on the farm The letter which we received is IwFourth AvenueLouiBville January 2 1905 ilMy Door SirSome time ego I saw something The Herald about sin organisation Lexington whose object wits to bring a good class of immigrants to Lexington IIndvl daily for the purpose of placing them in domestic service Ya4 this tD he done through TheUerald or V is it nn outside affair We have an Intelligence office connect ed with our Business WoinensClub and the servant question is such a serious one now wo are thinking of putting ourselves in communion t tion with the proper sources and importing some Scandinavians for domestic service lies anything been done by the organization I saw mentioned in Time heraldand if so will you be kind enough to tell me how 1CItI1 cornmunicate with the manager of it I shall be very grateful to you for any advice or assistance The Digest says Olio of the evils of the enormous stream of immigrants to this coun try has been the congestion of these aliens in the slums of large cities and the idea ol scattering theta over the county particularly southward has often been suggest ed by editorial writers and by olll cial It is only now that any apparent advance In that dirction hue been made ImmigrationCom miesioner Sargent in conference with the representatives of the Southern Eastern and Western railroads recently discussed n means of inducing immigrants to go South The Commissioner proposes if Congress will give him the power to establish t Ellis Island i bureau where arriving immigrant may obtain information regarding tlfc pOHiib11 s of emflojiXieni rri S 1 f ff PUf 1 i I rrto 1 r k vi- at 4 t f a kj f i 4 I t i 1I I4J i p i r7t ic I 4 a I 4lI Ic t I p I j t 4 4I f II t a 4 l fi 4t t c trP AQ e t i r vi t r y f jfii X s nion lJnd rwear254565 estOutuig 78k J csioMRS D to ESTILL all parts of the country He plans to furnish information not onlyI ancetnitigall s rts of employment which immigranta are likely to want hut also concerning the cost f land and the agricultural possi bllltie8or the various sections of the Union The adoption of this p lan Mr Sargent believes willI lessen the growing jvils of time utica colonies of New York and other largo cities and at the same time benefit time South Tho railroad representatives arc said to heartily favor the ides The benefit of such an arrange ent to the immigrant1 cnya time Chicago POSt would be inculcti The proposition la one that merits liie fullest encouragement Most of the Southern papers are just as hearty in their comtnerida uuu of uiu biriiuuif but they let it bo known that time Government roust not let loose a hurtle of itudelsirable alien on their section will enalilu the South to solve the problem of securing white labor fortfarm says tile Jacksonville Union labor that is capable oftsteady continuous work nnd liable to be drawn tiff by the at traction of n lazy hundto mouth existence in the cities We wjuit only time het the most in utrioiid intdI1Strithnllligruntll Times this would prove u poei tive lilespiog and add to shim cxpan s Ion and prosjierity of our rapidly growinu i tItiiim Tho New Orleans Tiucs Dcnmcrat that Louisi rllsHungarians are essentially ngri oulturfsts and come here with the intention of earning their livelihood in that pursuit i and tlmeChturlotil Observer thinks are particularly deairable forSoutlu ern settlers If it adds this tide could once be set southward our labor troubles would bo at an end Meanwhile until Providence comet to mite rescue we must with Qrm but fair and honest dealing make the most of and make out the best with the black man The South ern states should encourage the right kind of innugration8avs the Atlanta Constitution and it goes on to snyi The Italians hove demonstrator I in Texas Arkansas and Louisiana tiieir eapabiiity us farm laborer lifelltl 1L Lt =1 =lands nf those elates unit they uirij doing vonderi it uoivparjnn with whut limo miverirqiftrm h1011 or tenant tireustitpliihte in sortie fritioiis oiriiny prjllllicO 7 against Jtaliiitic hilt it u rJlt 0 vMted iu ihMr hi half tllutIIJei y thllrllurhIJIIIHhrllIiul tin iiiten hc nutliiine ii ouitiin mire not afraid of workuro easy tuget along with and have in theta tho making of good Auietican cittzins reudilJtrtCOUOII i increase productinn on given acre 4a ISRobert t Time Inpinr intnci hJlthlvd f c4 elurei thiat tlc iliutniiut nsa rX aliens among our farming populnrr Jft lion will have bad results heatvs in part To scatter among our rtirtt coni Ctmuiiities punple whote sland rds nf living lira such that Ihllrl willv ing to work fir the Jc wect possibh wage is to expose our iiatiyu farm rag population to a compptitlon a is distinctly undesirable lu ime euro belt vI time Wct itS Prcur T N Carver baa recently Bhowii the newer iiuiniyraiitiJ liccati u fit their lower otamlnriiH of living have been chIc ill put more money intlllulldil hllltHII J iuut ii merit tItan the m1ifArnerku faruiii und hlII1 have nri dr i T 0 Inge in mint Pirugylo fur jXiFtrnrtv r t mihespreads morv tvidely the evils Whtoli I- esult from expi iny our own pen ito coniietilioii nitli time loxve i classes of focigners Again in 7 xft fthe case of tho agricultural diS tribution of Italian and other alien i ft laborer through ihn oulli wbll f it is ptr1ectI true that lie dIu tJ Ai 12prnbllt 10 chreet will tint Oil teUI Ie s iiwCtlU1 it migration or lime tiigriF i ttri gruell now cuiijesteU in cmtus tnot fail to view wifh time tf I1i J t tI alarm Lastly tho mujw iJf two sLather the newer imlUg tjtu the inure u mde spread wtlj ieffeut of time ctjm It yvr with the bower dCR 1 pin causing u in 1 j i J rate among tlieoller porjiotoc tl k populatiiii Amjrican father fJoninaeU Vifourth pfJgEi t t 4 ii j ro fi t It ar Lvsc1 bYL 4 t t Iikk jelI 1 If4s p i TX 4 s ch cC e ztIw i i a k i Ck l c 4 1 itI p J tJo t i ta fd t t h O1ft is h 7 d to I I 4 i C Si a Ua I 441J 4 S r t 8 0 t i a f 0tf ita 1 J t a a J f ba a a t a e 3 Iaq a id Jt Of i t a a f r I a0 r a i d i 1 i 1 7 I a k a a I d c I a J a Ilf a I Sa f at0a t41o 2 i j fa L Ca a t t 0 ftr z ot Iir tta J s f a t a a j a tp ta J 4 r4 a4jaja to 4u Itto f f t l a rI j1a OAd ta t Z 1 r Sr 1 otXGS 1 1 it4 a tt iIf M tf i tf JI of J 4a 1zI 1 t4 1 J t7q i of r raa A t ot f a tJIty l tL I J t 1 tt4 r trt1I1o1 l ha z JlI V a T 10 ii4 wa I IJ Jt t1oDoa 1r t J 1 0 t lia1 I Ua a d ci a N 7 Itfli f fSaC 0 ta a IlJbaIl i t taa c IJi 1 I Gt t It ii0 r s p at y o t f i1tri be J 8JI t A 1i fo f i =t 1i been packeda and sha a ngle were alone V l ilnt spoken ont afore t ob t f I 4j rved Aunt Comfort but I hope you a t fl1 Martin wont put oft getUn mar k Tied too long Thar aint no need on to t t t now antI yer both old nough nf Id like ter see ye happy ez I blievo ye will be an then thats property reasons Ye m stnt expect Dr Sols f goln ter look artertheJDmaUers now that yer natral s como back Why we arepuqjj even engaged t yet answeredyangleVwith emphasis k h and I told JjJm L wouldnt be so long- a r- 1 need me as I know you do i t a t WhyxAngie Im sprised came the ontIye EO as ye it c and yeye both on ye waited long I i enough If yc want to make me hap 54r py ye must consider my wishes In I this matter an 1 wont be happy till 4 lftheday Is sot n Ive seen ye two 4a 1 made one I aint allers goln to stay t r 1iround here in then thars yer father How do yo callate to take keer o him 1 c l rt 3 alone Iri the world n thout a man f 0 I i T am not anxious to be married a j she said firmly after duly weighing 4 flWbat Aunt Comfort had said It is 1 vs step and if Martin cares for me it wont burt him to wait a few zi tyears I have grown Well used to a a i injtle life and am quite content with- outt JH him As for property why the i7 mills and Hlzzy lands wont run away Jit Il i and you and I have got along very i 4 well so far Benides theres my father Orou say only your Idea of my duty j1Y4l and his need II different from mine- S 1x itl Martin is going to take you and me J Jf r i to him in the spring he says 1 Then Aunt Comfort laughed for this Jf maive admission ot womans depend 7 ence on man was ludicrous oh Why you goose she said If you ti ltinMartin was narrled thar wouldnt j be no need o my gain n cz fer my 4ot eettin foot In one o them topply ca J 4i 8esthey teU bout wouldnt do uJft 19fafaI ItrI CiPTER XXXIX L p tJ A CHRISTMAS PRESENT- Like a wise man Martin made no ef t it t1 tOrt to change Angles mind but the jot iIPtcbbetween the doctors house and i f t er was kept free from snow and seldom an evening passed when he l did Mt use It lIe made himself need Jt t r ful to her in many ways also one of i yhIchwas to be In front of her home 7 jif each morning In time to convey her to 1 ftchool and back again each night Jr 4JIfi t ji You kayo walked long enough he iy 11Oit iI il j when she protested that people j ould consider them engaged and jw you have got Jo ride whether Jt i t t nttoor not As for what folks will t 3fL Y I want them to consider us en gd for I do H pleaded with hei A1J she consented to resign her lIat ChrlMraas and then hurried lot kto toll Squire Phlnney to have fi itV tjo teacher engaged and once a f MLjffellpacked box of cut flowers J fl liJ rat her dwelling by the stage i1 1I 11U also conferred with f 5 fort who was heart and soul J eraad table delicacies from a 1 i cllMeV and quite I tr b a J tele found their way nlDontJI JJ 1c ji Wf lIft I t Jfl0 a Yr1 I llitt tJit 1 fr tl f Yt t t7er t Ii H1f 11 p t5 i4T t t fS v a I r Si4 t t p I a SP II1 I i f 4 q tI r lXa l l ar a L Axt t Ii a r ita I rt uI pJ FII i b a i 4 v 1 tto ti r f J4t lt OtJ Ia i l04 J j 4A ct aL tJ ty j4 rlf a 1rs 1019 t a H 1+ I a ti t If J i a r 10 io WoltA ir t JU t t1t t fl Ji l QoY f4iY tt7 1 w Soc 4 1 V f t = 1i1dI cant undo my heartstrings she said to Martin that night and to days experience has made me feel that I am like n ship without a rudder 1 havo lived with the growing ambition of my little men and women so long they have clung to me and loved me and I them all these years that they are part ot my life I am sure I shall feel like the prisoner who after spend ing 10 yvars In one cell each night was released only to go back there in a monUi mid beg for the privilege of entering it again But Christmas day brought another mood to this more than lovable girl and also a surprise to Martin He had as might be expected almost filled her homq with presents for all its mem bers a list too long for mention and they had all eaten banquet dinner at the doctors and with music and games passed the afternoon It was not a day celebrated as Thanksgiving was and when nightfall came Aunt Comfort led the way homeward- I shall see you this evening I hope Angle whispered toMartih ere she fol lowed at least I want to Ive a little Chlrstmas present waiting for you What It was be could not even guess in fact did not expect any His evenings there wero usually passed in the sitting room fog the parlor was slow to warm now winter had come end Aunt Comforts presenc wail ho bar to conversation with Angie SheS also like the wise mother she retired early and did so tonight Then for a charming hour Angie and Martin had the room to themselves No mention of his own feelings or hopes was made by hintho had since the first abandoned that subjectand- the school farewell with books and the latest gossip furnished topics It was almost time for separation and yet nc mention of the Christmas token had teen made by Angle- I thought I was to receive a pres ent he said at last or was it a joke It may prove a sorry oneShe an Ewered but I have one for you and will go outand get It When I return Ill knock you must then arise close your eyes and promise not to them until I say the word Somewhat mystified ho and for a long half hour he watcwld the fire and listened to the clock that half hour seemed likely to never endAt last came the knock and he arose and dutifully closed his eyes ho heard the door softly open and- close then a gentle rustling step and wnsItherelcealed beneath a veil stood Angle a bride in dress and pose with hands womanIHere Is your present she whis pered at last raising her lovelit eyes to his you have robbed me of my schoolandandI must have some ItInot con sider that veil superfluous Let ma assure you kind reader Ill never tell ITo B ConUnutJ s IwS iS J 45S a 0r j t a a a frSSi a laa j a a t a si f i t ae a a f 0fit ii ta p Jc1 4S tt uS t daFgi f Jtift flr tp l J r i i J5tqr isaL55I 4 lIIo e a t N7f uiiajs i cr Aii 7 3 0 1- td at- iirden life Man and tr i an 1 Y Icnceto 1 Wemnh not draw compart ns between the simple natural fred life of the Garden andhe complex life which has developed with the cenftiries and which has come as man has aovanced In the scale of civilization but v e may emphasize the perfect harmony which prevailed there under the ruling Spirit of God We would not go back to that primitive state and give up all the won derful gifts which God has bestowed upon humanity through the study and achievement ot man but we would that we might bring down to this present age a consciousness of the power and blessing to be found in perfect obedience to the will and Spirit of God Another fair morning has broken over the teeming earth All Nature is rejoic- Ing In the returning light Myriad sounds fill the air from the bird notea dropping gently like messengers from Heaven down to the cheery chirp of the cricket In the dewy grass Off in the dls ance can be heard the lowing of the kino and the deeptoned roars of the beasts of the field while the chatter ot the squirrels in the tree tops and the rustle amidst the shrubs and bushes and ferns upon the ground tell the story of the smaller animal life that is astir in the early morning Down at the foot of the verdant flowerdecked slope the broad placid river flows sending Its waters rippling over the stones near the shore and reflecting In Its mirrored sur face the overhanging trees and blue sky playIstones can be heard through the open doorway of the bower home The great towering trees stand sentinel at the rear and Eldes of the smiths humble abode aIas was that shelter which the friendly willIancon tentment depend upon the elaborateness of the things possessed then would they have been strangers in tHat first home on earth It is not upon the external conditions but upon the Internal consciousness of the presence ot God that true happiness and contentment rest About and in this first home the gentle TheLupon the walls there bloomed the moat fragrant and bei of flowers In petalsIsun smiling welcome as he rose above sreetlingsLThe call of the birds and the stir of Nature have awakened the inmates of the home and their voices are heard Odd Sources of Asthma London Some astonishing details as to the cause of asthma are given by British medical nen In one case asthma was brought on bycontlJ11t7 to cut flowers in another by the smell of cheap scents and In a third by that of sulphur matches In another case a medical man always found himself attacked by asthma wnen he visited 5a house where there was a eat and did not finally recover unCil the cat died Other instances aro given In which pigeons canaries and thrushes caused J r a p 1A j bIS s e 5 r i j 4 s5cSf 5 a 4 V a a 01 X k ia I t1 J g l r J f i Ip 5 p J 4 t i c I fMs a 9 I 4 Ia 4 k lik SS l iC a ij a i r a Cv T1 Vt ta a dYC1z kindly t z rupontlunne y to be done activiti of the beautiful placawerJ but the expression of Gods will Man and beast and bird filled each his own allotted place and delighted In the unity and peace and harmony which day had begun like all the rest The morning awaking with the birds the songs of praise and the outgoing thoughts toward God the bright greetings of the sun the walk In the garden and the simple repast Adam had gone forth to the work of the day and Eve was busy at home It seemed like all the other days and gladness and peace were all about Suddenly the darkness of midnight fell over the Garden and Adam was heard rushing and stumbling down the path way to the home All In a tremble Eve threw herself into the arms of her husband and cried in terror What Is it What can It be With effort Adam steadied his voice and then replied I know not As I worked out In the clearing I thought I heard a sound as of rumbling away oft In the distant heavens and then while yet the sun was flooding the earth with his light this awful black ness sped between I know not what it can mean but surely God Is with us We need not fear As he ceased speaking and while yet the blackness continued there was a flash across the heavens as though some heavenly body sundered from its moorings had fallen Then the darkness lifted and the day shone as brightly as before The Garden in all Its beauty was displayed and the birds took up the strain of their songs where a few momenta before they had been rudely Interrupted The days following this incident brought no explanation and failed to dispel the feeling of Impending trouble As Adam and his wife walked through tho Garden paths though their eyes saw naught but the accustomed sights though the birds sang overhead and the creatures all about them peacefully fed still they had the feeling that other presence was there that other eyes were upon them But the questionings of their hearts found no an swer Sentence for Perjury A judge In New York sent a ronvlctea straw bondeman to prison for IT refusingIbecome too common a crime and needed stern dealing with A few more such sentences would have a wholesome ef feet in any large community Baltlmor American asthma to their owners and one in which the malady always was brought on by the smell of horses New African Industry A species of grass which grows great profusion In South Africa been found available for papermaking and British manufacturers are contem plating the erection of mills on the ground This will be a new industry for South Africa From From the Feld of Fret In FourTrack News i t I71E MARCUM CASE alntlff Is Awarded 8000 Dam- 1ages By the Jury liester Ky Jan 10The big mHnrgls damage suit against Hargls Alex Hargis Ed Calla B F French In which Mrs 1nIl Marcum and children ask for l damages alleging that de conspired with Curtis Jett Thomas White to murder James Iarcum was flnfshed when the tj returned a verdict giving plain- Ts Judgment for 8000 against Ed 4ahan and James Hargls jointly 1 4 exonerating Alex Hargis and B rrencyTho plaintiffs will appeal ay that portion of the W exonerating Senator Hargis F French and defendants will Wobably appeal from that portion TI J Verdict giving damages against pes Hargis and Callahan This Is biggest damage suit ever brought itho state and the interest has been pnse 12Doth1alntlffsotlons and grounds for new trials ii jij HarglsMarcum damage suit De ilants Ed Callahan anti Jamoi Hay ed until next Tuenday M r nt of additional grounds a new trial No arguments will inadc by their side in support of Jso motions and Judge Denton has jounced that ho will give his de Ion In tho matter Wednesday ShortlyierMarcum trial hero Mrs Marcum whichiongjllx Feltncr had been paid 1500 If nsc Fcltner would not testify In the byIberyndants had induced Mose Feltner jd Sam Fields witnesses for plain js to leave the state and for this Ie asked for a rule of contempt A Arrant has been sent to the sheriff Leslie county for the arrest of Fe t Feltner for this purpose and if the OierH of that county fall to get him bailiff will be sent after him C1 SUPERINTENDENT SHANLEY ecelves a Jail Sentence and Is Also Fined 100 Newport Ky Jan 12The case of rank M Shanlcy superintendent of Newport Foundry and Machine 0 who defended himself from an nruly mob last Saturday night at the oint of a revolver and was then ar osted for carrying concealed weap ns came up before Police Judge loorc Wednesday He was given the inlt of tho law Tho punishment was 100 fine and a sentence of 30 days inn The case was appealedINewport Ky Jan 12Frank M hanley superintendent of the NewItort iron and brass foundry he present strike which has attracted eneral attention because of dynamite lots was secretly married to Miss Nellie Fox of Indiana J GARFIELD SMITH GUILTY iok the Jury 16 Minute T2FIjtI1 5 nelSlf Penalty dierationnthe case of the commonwealth sISiE2fld Smith colored charged jpuYder of WIllianLMjoref edefenda t litjttshment at death This the de4b penalty mpo ed forhIstiir1 a Ed Tayhr niso ortenseasr tarted to clean out the place and shotI jd killed William Moore 1ft AN UNUSUAL MANNER ytll Known Trimble County Farmer- Committed SuicideIr Louisville Ky Jan 12A special from Milton Ky says J Atwood JJowman one of the best known farm ers of Trimble county committed sui cjde in an unusual manner Early in tho day Mr Bowman mounted his horse and started for Hunters Bottom About a mile out of town he dismount ed going out on the ice Mr Bowman broke a hole and crawled into the water drowning himself The horse pro ceeded riderless to tho Bowman home Websters Damage Suit Compromised Mt Sterling Ky Jan HThe 5 000 damago suit of Charles Webster against Dr J A Vansant for assault and battery was compromised and the ictltion will be dismissed when tho circuit court meets ury Disagreed Leitchfleid Ky Jan 13ln the case of Hartford Logsdon charged with the murder of Frank Pierce In this county last summer tho jury dis agreed William Logsdon his father was fined 500 and given six months imprisonment After the District Attorneyshlp Mt Sterling Ky Jan 12Robert- H Wlnn a leading young attorney of this city is an applicant for district attorney for the Eastern district of Kentucky to succeed Judge J H Tins Icy the incumbent Died at the Soldiers Home Covlngton Ky Jan 12Word has been received here of the death at the Soldiers home Dayton 0 of John Jones Deceased was well known In this city where he resided until IS years ago when he went to the Soldiers hom- eididteFor Prison Commissioner Frankfort Kyjan 12It is announced here by frlendsof Jesse Olive deputy warden of the EddyvlIIe peni tentiary that he will be a candidate for prison commissioner before the legislature when it meets Suits For Back Taxes Madlsonvllle Ky Jan 12Suits have been filed in the Hopkins county court by W R Spaldlngi representing T C Albrltton auditors agent for back taxes on 3500000 worth of taxa ble property owned ft firur leading coal companies DeadIs Sarah Belle Tieman 61was found dead at her home 414 Sixth avenue She bad two paralytic strokes recently but was not supposed to be in a serious condition a 1 EXTR4 SESSVtI cON N The Legislature Will Select a Site For the New Capitol Frankfort Ky Jan 13The extra ordinary legislative session was con vened Thursday at noon with 29 sena presentLieuttion by the senators when he ascend ed the speakers rostrum The usual committee was appointed to notify thegovernor of the convening of the legis lature The governor sent in his message by Secretary Ed Leigh and it ThelegislatureBreckinridgeFrankfort GovThornesenators to investigate the title to the present state house grounds and ascertain if the grounds revert to tho original owners under any state of case ROARKS AND HOLCOMBS Old Scores Caused a Pitched Battle Between Them Sergent Ky Jan HIn a drunken row on Lane Fork creek In Southern Letcher county two men were shot longtimethe RoarkHolcomb factions Joseph and William Holcomb and John and Buford Roark met at a saloon near anhourIcy John Roark was shot dead Tho second charge brought Buford Roark to the ground fatally wounded An hour later an attempt was made to arrest the Holcombs but they resisted and opened fire on the officers A dozen shots were exchanged At length they fled to the Line Fork hidingThearrest the Holcombs or die trying It Further bloodshed is expected as both sides are determined J W BESS HANGED He Smiled As He Stood on the Scaffold and Said GoodBye Lexington Ky Jan HJames W ness twice convicted for the murder hangedInscaffold In the same cool manner that has characterized him during his long confinement In jail He addressed the largo crowd in the jail yard and toW them that ho hoped to meet them all in Heaven He knelt in prayer for three minutes and with a smile on bis face bade goodbye to the people many of whom he said he recognized as old friends Bess confessed to the death watch that he had planned to take his own life and that he carried a small knife purposeIhanded over the blade saying that he wished to die like a man PRESIDENT TAYLORS GRAVE The Family Has Decided To Put It In Good Repair uuiitte Ky Jan 13J J Tay lor of Chicago a relative of President Zachary Taylor has arrived In Louis ville to Investigate the condition of he grave jils distinguished relative at St1t ws Itis the intention hisfamilyi4jevent of the re- lusalOfthe government to repair the grave to expeiul a sum of money siilE w11gi- 3e last resting place of a iffti Lift of the United Stales f Hotel FiaIEUzabethtownEi- izabetbtGwn Ky Jan 13The Sinclair hotel owned by J fif Stew art was guttQd by fire There was no Insurance The loss is 2000 Mr Sinclair saved his furniture Prof E Olcott who roomed in the building suffered a loss of about 800 Johnson Recovered 4000 Damages Frankfort Ky Jan 14 Judgment was rendered In the Franklin circuit court for 4000 damages for personal injuries in the case of Kendrick Johnson vs W A Gaines Co distillers Johnson haIL both legs broken in an accident at Old Crow distillery Kentucky Teacher Chosen Principal Magee Miss Jan13ProC J E Woodward has resigned his position as principal of the graded high school here and the board of trustees has selected Prof J C Jones of Corbin Ky to fill the vacancy Prof Jones is expected in a few days Smallpox Contracted From Letter Elizabethtown Ky Jan 13Miss Grace Tabb of Summit a sister of State Representative W W Tabb has developed a genuine case of smallpox She is said to have contracted the disease from a letter received from a friend In the west ExConfederate Dead- Franidin Ky Jan HDr John S Lane died of enlargement of the liver He was a confederate soldier for four years anti a member ot the Kentucky legislature He was 71 years old and a Mason He was very popular as a physician Wealthy Farmer Expires Owcnsboro Ky Jan HJohn Reid a native of Scotland and one of the leading farmers of the county died at his home two miles from the city His farm is probably the finest in the county He was 60 years old Will Train at Lexington Lexington Ky Jan HConlraCts were made for the entertainment of the baseball team of Rochester N Y at the Leland hotel during a series of one weeks practice games in this city to take place during the first week in April A Michigan Coach Lexington Ky Jan HCurtis 0 Redden of Rossvillc Ill a graduate of the University of Michigan will coach the Kentucky university foot ball squad for the season of 1005 Redden has wired his acceptance Ruptured By Rheumatism Henderson Ky Jan 12 Thos Me Hugh judge of the city court died of internal rupture brought on by rheu matism He had been city judge since 1901 and had about one year to serve He Was about 38 years of age and un married Distillery Starts Up Covington Ky Jan 12Tho P S Ashbrook Co of Cynthiana Ky has notified the Internal revenue collector that Its distillery would start up on Thursday after having been clsldown for about six nioutliu J 1 Jt1- 1i S d L r I r 1 t 1orIN1orIAt Thebes the annual erage rise of the Nile Is 40 feet Greece at present hog the European record for rapidity in tlIo increase of population l Londons smallpox epidemic of last year cost the metropoliran asylums board close on half a million sterling JtoTokioAlmost the entire commercial wealthc of India with its population of 300 000000 is said to be in the hands of less than 90000 personsISince 1858 the population of Scot land has increased by 52 per cent the number of lunatics in tho same period has increased by 190 per cent English newspaper correspondents are complaining of the disgustingly unclean treatment of bread on Its way 1 from the baker to the consumer smokingbypassed its second reading in the South Australian legislature and probably will become law The Vienna Society for the Preven tion of Cruelty to Animals is selling donkeys at remarkably low prices to replace the dogs generally used for drawing tradesmens carts Japanese progress Is shown in the s fact that the receipts from her state forests for timber firewood bamboo and other produce rose from 129000 In 1S80 to 1204000 in 1903 an In crease of 1075000 pWJLllOyidother year by the hundreds of thousands eaten by the Italians who spread nets In which as many as 300 to 500 of tho birds are caught at once THE LOWER ANI14ALSI ttheSpider mothers remember their offdspring after an absence of 20 hours forget them when a full day has elaosedI 11havedistrict of northeastern Africa It Isc believed that the animals of the ele phant and mastodon class were dove oped In Africa Itself but this does not appear to invalidate the theory that most of the African fauna bad a morelnorthern origin in Europe or Two oi the worlds interesting mam mals have lately become extinct with out attracting attention An English naturalist paints out that the great straighthorned race of the Indian butafalo which was occasionally met 50 or 60 years ago is no longer known The other vanished form is the wolf of the Falkland Islands a type of con siderable importance which seems to have been exterminated by strychnine about 30 years ago A wellknown scientist alter making experiments put forth the statement that the songs of birds do not change In quality as a result of change In emotion After robbing nests he had waited and listened allowing ample time for the male to learn of the spoliation In each Instance the male upon returning to the empty nest at once burst into song Though thesong possibly expressed sororow or complaint the watcher never bwarblingWEST INDIAN KIOVEBBS Spider an fly no rockgood bargain What man no know isgood for know q When fowl merry hawk him catchschicken When dog hab too much owner hlnr slcepTyldout supper t When berryin day come at you door you no pick an choose gravedlgger i When Regular Medical Treatment Failed Dr Williams Pink Pills Cured Her Rheumatism Iluudredsof people nfllicfed with rheu matism have spent years under the cure of excellent physicians iu vain Then they havo settled down to the conviction that it is fastened on them for life Mrs Dinsmoro was not willing to join the ranks of the hopeless merely because her doctor diil not Isuow how to help her Hero is her story Four years ago I suffered greatly with rheumatism in my hands hud knees After I had been sittiuga while iny limbs seemed so lwuvy Icould hardly walk on tho first attempt SolougasI leapt moving I was nil right but just as soon ns I stoppcdj something seemed to settle iu my knees and make thorn ache My liaiuls were so bad I couldnt touch the palms of them on a fiat surface they were swollen and pained no Did you call in a physician I doctored steadily for over a year then one doctor said You have token medicine strong enough to kill almost anything Still it did not kill mo nor the rheumatism How then did you get rid of itl At different tUnes I had rend in vori ous publications about Dr Williams j wonderful Pink Pills for Palo People null Ifinally decided to try them I tool them steadily for four mouths in nc corclnnco with the directions By that time I was completely cured Have yon been free from it ever since Since then I have lied but one slight return of iuy trouble and n box or two of tho same pills made me all right again Mrs F A Dinsuioro lives in hearty enjoyment of her recovered health at Wobiuni Muss entirely freed from the grave anxieties that rheumatism always brings When it appears iu but a single joint it shows that theblood is iu a faulty state in the whole body It may at any moment break out elsewhere and one of the dangers is that it may break out in the heart and then the result must be fatal The only security is to keep the blood all tho time iu a perfectly sound condition Dr Williams Pink Pills make healthy blood All other relief is superficial This is thorough These pills are sold by all druggists iAaSfr p 4 c i SITS BY THE BADE 2ElmerPapawhere they raise mushrooms Papa YesxBy son rIyIs tlat why they looklike Um ipf te a soldier Manoia But soldiers afe often ka by the enemy my dear Oh then I guess Ill be an eneny I TeacherJohnny what usefuCarji lo do we get from the wfiae f JohnnyWhalebone fRight Now Tommy iwhat do we from the seal iS j Sealing waxtrBe all thlnll men read the rl- ZfldaYechoolteacber Now Johnny an you tell jno what that means 257 maam answered Johnny it means a fellow must be any old thing to anybodyqrTeacher Nellie Im afraid you didnt study your lesson What willSyou do without an education when you grow up- Nellie aged sixOh Ill be a jteacher and make other little girls study jchoolhappened to Lots wife Yes maam answered Minnie She was always fussln with the neighbors and one day when she got 4 too fresh God came down and put her In a sack of salt 5fr TABTABJC TRUTHS Bad temper turns the wino of Intellect to vinegar Some donkeys have long ears while thawear silk hate The limit of many a mans charity Is he dispensing of free advice If love is Intoxicating is It any won er that marriage produces Jimjams in cases Unless you have a good reason forj oing a thing you have an excellent ex use for not doing It The man who can ill afford to travel generally enjoys it more than the man who can well afford it It is a pretty hard task for some wid we to keep up a sorrowful appearance ong enough to collect the ito Insurance TaxingMrs you have worked awful hard trying to find work Tramp Not very only about as hard 4PkST ttfr5 LASTING RELIEF J W Walls Super Lebanon Ky says t My nightly rest- was broken owing to irregular action thekulncjs I was suffering intense ly from severe pains iu thc small of my 4- ack and through the kidneys and an oyed bypaihfal passages of abnormal secretions No amount of doctoring relieved thfocoridifton I began taking1 a DoauVf Kidney Pilla nd I experienced uickand lasting Kid p ey Pills will provo a blessing to nil r from kidney disordefcswhd will give them a fair trial FbsterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y proprielorsi For sale by all druggists price SO cents ptCJjQX ior aiiIeis anS Carma ar Stlnr S Js than acjr other la America There linuon for tun W own orer acre for ho pro dacttnn ot oar warrnated teed la to Indue to try them inake7oUt1IiOliOWIfl5UCPti crdented offer FOPIS Ooitfa PotpMiooQ 4IalLita taaai- II 35000 3teyTP I U I snco RiMKkit cry n4 tlUttKt 1001 apaaIl CliU 3000 Sara Uxlu lliiltkfi- 10Mr Clorlcnl IrillUM tlntn l I Aboy geipu seantlnmffl Sdent ssd ta Prow 1DmpIanti jbnhtle or brilliant anaiot andlot otclioleo jSInlfhtea togetherwlth oar treat 5 I about Flowtri Small Frnlu etc all for Vt ra Sa and tai3notle gflyaecaUio5a4OZsfC 1 JaH CALlER SEED CO PILES PENSIONS intcntlentofStreetsofS 10000 Plinfiforl6c JJli11LeCrossoWB AiIYtistYea1n nIuI tant hot afld POSITIVE L CURES 1 1LE orfrco aam1o adOreosSaNt1a5nsis 5rlb suabuUcin5ieTYoS on too at dTil Win or on dlia iblUtyv1ywar fotWldOWLUYO Kooidsolmost loyal toiaiora ponies and ages Or Oblo men jrars prutico Lava and adTlce mil d H HKUailH IIS WaoI OJCUJUH BEGGS1 CHERRY COUGH SYRUP cures coughs and colds J f i 4 tV tL y lt + I i r c tr t =J r c iA I f 6 1 r7 1 i1 j9 ff r 1 JO I =b ALL CROPS GOOD IN WEST ERN CANADA Totatoes the Finest I Ever Saw WOwingestthat I taken in Western Can ada1IHsweltto be intormedvotEome fthq acts hatare bringing about the 1UnitedThe Canadian Government have au thorized agents at different points and the facts related in the following may be corroborated on application At the same time they will be able to quote you rates and give you certificates entitling you to low rates on the lilt ferent lines of railway The following letter copied from the North Bend Neb Eagle is nn unsolicited testl monial and the experience of Mr Is that of hundreds of other who have made Canada 3Austen during the past seven or I presume some may be Interested to know how we have progressed this year in the Canadian NorthWest We have no complaint to offer We hUG had a good year crops were good and we have had a delightful season I threshed from my place 8G50 bushels of grain My oats nindo C5 bushels per acre and weighed 42 pounds per bushel My wheat made 3iya bushels per acre and Is No1 quality t barley made about 30 bushels of good quality My crop is a fair average of the crops in the Edmonton district All crops were good here this sea ft lion Pot toes the finest 1 s n I C uI4J U ulftaU i t ueptlon tC11Huleas t e tan think most pleasant6N On ip f j of the yea Mveha ao snow yet Nov S ami 1 belt plowing and tiorklng the land preparing for an arly eeedlng next spring Jast right tho mercury dropped lower Th any preilQUS night this fall and this mbVw lug there is a crust ot frost on tl e M ls um lent to prevent field work I No doubtmany would Imagine that Al Verta hd Jut on her winter overcoat Ixsfore ttl and that the people were wrapped jn furs but it is only a ques tion f mewhen this country will not be Okcdupon as an iceberg but a country fit for the best of mankind to live are now assured of a transcon tinental railway which is to be to the Pacific during the next five years The Canadian Northern road Is graded to within seventyfive miles of Edmonton It comes from Winni peg and will reach us next summer so with one railroad already at hand the eecond to reach us in less than a year and the third to penetrate bur city open up this country to the west the Rockies to the coast within a years we surely have reason to believe that the country Is progressing Very respectfullyL TICkrESOME TALES Said a man who had been detected cheating at cards They threaten to kick me downstairs What am I to do The friend appealed to offered this timely counsel Play on the ground floor t This was the felicitous compliment of the mayor of Coventry to Queen Elizabeth after the rout of the armada I always thought sour majesty that the PxinJvri rjicn ho attacked Got iTr rfut SOT by the ear Horace Val pole once told this story of Lady Allcsbury On her return to London from abroad her found tha n of Devonshire had stUltttifcertaftathers Upon h ttis she triediftj gj fellgber with h n Uiib rif r cllI r l1otrbUl andtlleah11S tA Juryman who appeared before Sir Tam Hannen in a London courtroom recently was In deep mourning and claimed exemption fromservlc on tbe eround that he Wall Interested in a funeral that Tday at which he desired tdtheadfacedly away Do you know the man you have exempted asked the clerk Nov raid SIr James He an undertaker was the reply Queen Victoria was greatly moved on the occasion of the distribution of CrlmeanWIrbutt those less sympathetic Was queen touChtda lady asked Lord Panmure BJess my soul no the reply ehe had a brass railing be fore her and so one could touch her J mean was the moved thp lady continued and was answered MbvedT She had no occasion to mow How He Knows Why Is Hoasted the bachelor clerk that a wife Is called the better half You wouldnt have to ask such a fool Question If you had Jo divide your sal married1oorwalkeriwltb out Chicago News MfGHT HAVE SAVED IT lot of Trouble from Too Much Starchy food xAJittleboy of eight years whose rIghtklndcondltlon01thest9mach andoJterthe weakpptHe rapidly recovered and abouttw- oMQnths thereafter his Father states He has grown to be strong muscular and sleeps Boundly weighs 62 pounds and his byIPostumGrapeNuts at an IthatThatdldecaying fit the stomach and bowels causing Irritation and making forthgrowth oCall kinds of microbes set ting ip a diseased condition which Ii the active cause of appendicitis and this Is mqre marked wlth people who do not properly digest white bread GrapeNuts Is made of the selected parts of wheat and barley and by the peculiar processes of the cooking afJtbc factory all of the starch 1s turned into sugar ready for immediate digestion and the more perfect nourishment 61 all parts of the body particularly th brain andnirve centres H aii tlie little book The Hoed tc YellvilieV found in each like i J x 4 SUMMAR THE NEWS r Has During the nlPastDOINGS IN THE CONGRESS interesting Happenings Throughout the Globe Given In a Condensed Formn The RUlllan Japanese War In the Far East CONGRESSIONAL The bill reported by the committee on banking and currency to improve currency conditions was under con slderation in tbe bouse In the senate all amendments to the statehood bill except that relating to liquor traffic Jn Indian Territory were agreed to The appointment of Lieut Gen Nel a son A Miles as inspector general ol the state of Masachusetts ovcrshad owed all other questions in the discus sion of the army appropriation bill in the houseIThe senate committee on military af fairs recommended the sale of nil oh soleto rifies belts and bayonets to organlznISpanish War veterans The senate committee ordered a favorable roimrt on s n ViViVor ar ioVnccra for dlbUngulsuud and us peclally meritorious service in the army by creating for them grades on the active list to which they may be promoted known as the Distln gulshcd service list Rcpresentativo Kyle Ohio in a bill introduced authorizes and empowers thr prppidcnt to appoint to tho npval riir tho jrojj raiushlpmen who wrrr tii ijTrE oj from the naval acade my Norcniber 16 1003 as a result of n courtmartial RUSSIANJAPANESE WAR NEWS Nothing has been seen or heard of the Ruslan Baltic fleet It is sup posed to be sheltering either in some harbor off Madagascar or off the Co morn islands- t Virc Adm Doubassoff the Russian member of the North Sea commission cubmittcd to Emperor Nicholas a pro gram for n reorganization of the navy which is absolutely indispensable for success in the war against Japan Twenty months will be necessary for its execution- d A French military attache returned isfrom the far east expressed the firmest confidence that despite the reverses suffered by the Russians on land and sea they woud prosecute the war to a successful finish The Japanese war office has noti tied American Minister Griscom that it will be pleased to permit Gen Mae Arthur and one aidedecamp to ac company the army of Japan in Man chnria Tho Japanese transport Kamakuru from Port Dalny with Gen Stoessel and others on board arrived at Na gasaki The Russian cavalry was defeated in the neighborhood of Ylnkow and retreated in disorder to North Takao kan leaving 62 killed and six wounded behind Many abandoned their arms nn l accoutrenienls In their night Capts Koslnoff and Trlotgkl with 75 Cossacks drove the Japanese out 5ji tho villages of Mitzl and Tkhangay and captured a large amount of forage placese St Petersburg newspa pcrs are claiming that tho Japanese arc using the British Island of IabuanI ocvBornep asoa lmse and rJUJ i111116tncIl1 A S LLAN P if lpoV DoUg1aci tMall a i making an endeavor to end the strike in Fall River Mass A book containing the text of Shak epeares Titus Andronlus printed n London In 1594 was discovered at Lund Sweden Tho oldest edition hitherto known Is the 1600 quarto th3Itargu ments in the case against the beef trust IsThe Colorado senate by a party vote seated James B Dick In place of Senator Robert JL Born Dick was majorityduringUnited States senator two years ago- e Rev Frederick L Guthrie a mls Eionary inHinghue China is dead 3He was the founder and principal 3f the boys school In Hlnghuc Three men were killed and a woman was burned to death in a wreck on the Cotton Belt railroad at Piggot Ark A local freight was standing at Pig got station when a locomotive crashed toklndlhPresident Palma has forwarded to President Roosevelt an elegantly bound copy of the documents in tae simile recording the establishment and recognition of the Cuban republic Louise Michel prominent as a com munist and revolutionary agitator for the last 35 years dicd In Marseilles France aged 75 years John Matthews an actor who for a time was held lsa suspect In coii ncction with the assassination orI boardinghouseThe last official act of retiring Gov wasIE Hlnshaw convicted of the murder of his wife Thurza Hlnshaw whose death occurred at Bellville Just ten years ago Georgia farmers have pledged them selves to an average reduction of 25 per cent in cotton acreage and a corj responding In the amount of fertilizers used hin few instancesplanters have decided to plant no cotI cropTwo are coming to this country to establish8f AnsclellIIon from Colon on the steamer Dora and who were taken to the detention hospital died of yellow fever James Murphy a steeple painter crazed by liquor Jumped from the dome of the courthouse at Dubuque la to the first balcony and unaccount ably escaped death Ho may recover H D Shaw a traveling man who flays belivcsnt No 6 Washington place Chicago surrendered himsejf at the Atlanta Ga police station asking that he be locked up as he to be hlmseJrIwas cent a cor n nome IJatlhetn vrevlo sly confirmed as Lannls Gen Mattliw Pfllntler S3r United States SPlhl1nt from South 1ITlllmivJ 4M ollnll IIntl llrr WaI cr JfNow YurkoWrc mnrrlnl In Oiuce Chantry Nov York Tr nopss medical director ol the in Panama In an jhtcrvlev rtat that the only way toprovcnc heavy morl tbOISU1IlIS Is to exter initiate the n Through contrlbutans of persons connected with tlu Nt w York Red Cross that Eoclcty s fo have a new hospital William V nrdwcll for treasurer of tV iundard Oil Co president of the New York Red Cross has given 100000 for a site A lot 29 feet 4 Inches at the corner ofFourth and Vine streets Cincinnati was sold for 10300 a front foot Five persons were suffocated In a fire In the basement of No 133 West 130th street New York While attempting to cross the Yazoo diversion canal at Vicksburg Miss tour Negroes were drowned The Negroes undertook to cross the canal In skiff and In midstream the craft was wampetlIwho lived eight miles west of Sterling Ill went on his first drunk and burned alive In the city Jail at Propli ctstown Ifi miles west of Sterling Alexander r Yon Fielitz of Berlin whose compositions are known In tho United States and who lately was di rector of the West End orchestra has been engaged by the Chicago Musical college Irof Al K rll T of Tiilnm lilli THIIi llllH tlotlllllll tlKt III VlHl loll r the University of Cincinnati to become the head of the French department of that institution Frustrated in an attempt to break into the room of Miss Elsie Devaull an actress In tho American hotel Chi cago William McManus turned upon Thomas Davis who defended the young wcman and shot him dead Mlo interesting than all the dcvcl opmerils that have so far come to light as the result of recent investigation is the fact that Alice Webb who claims to be the bride of Drodle L Duke the wealthy tobacco manufacturer not long ago served as a subject for a Chi cago clairvoyant William J Quinlan owner of the Al bany baseball team of the New York State League died at his residence In Albany N Y He had been ill for some months He was a writer on sporting topics before his advent as a baseball manager President Roosevelt favors the earnest poslble action looking to a revision by congress of the tariff He so Informed the senators and representa lives who were in conference with him at the white house and he has made plain his position to others since that conference A prominent member of the ways and means committee of the bouse says that the poll which the leaderr of the house had conducted of the re publican members on the question of tariff revision showed that 90 per cent of the members who had been ap proached were against revision A statement in opposition to tariff revision is being signed by members of the house from the Rocky mountain and Pacific coast states In the Reed Smoot investigation Frank Martin and F H Holzheimcr prominent Idaho democrats testlflot that a majority of the democrats of tho stalo opposed an unnecessary at tack on the Mormon church Gen Maximo Gomez of Cuba Jias published a letter declining to allow himself to be mentioned as a candi date lor the presidency of Cuba Gen Gomez has frequently been mentioned as a poslble candidate jfT At the republican aw as of the West Virginia legislature is nator eanlmoUslyioWOItfor States senator to succeed hlmselfe preslsgocmoegcI o 000 contribution to the funu for the completion of tho cathedral of St John the Divine New Orleans Dy order of Judge Smith in the trict court at Helena Mont agents residing at Buttc who arrested In the famous beef trust cases were discharge from custody and their bondsmen exonerated thebureauthenumberand an increase of 1165 per cent in sheep exported in 1004 as compared with 1903 DcndInfomeetingheld renomlnatlOI presdentchildren Kerralt and Ethel C in con leftto= Grade of Oyster Bay The ninth legislature of Washington convened The house organized with the election of Joseph Megler of Wan klakum county as speaker with a pistol and razor John Miller of Chicago killed his wife and two lit shootinghimselfthroat Mrs Cornelia Baxter Tevis of Denver Col and daughter of former Gov and Mrs George W Baxter oJ Tennessee was married to Andrew Hartuppe McJ ceof Pittsburg The cattle section of Texas New visitedbysnowfall known In many years A good range is assured for tho coming year byPresidentincluding Secretary Tat as president and seven members of the general staff to revise the report of the Endl appointedInBuried In a giass Jar on West 135th hlvetoundelry the property of Mrs Ambrose Clark the daughterinlaw of Mrs Poter the wife of Bishop Henry C Potter which was stolen from Fern lelsrli at Coopcrstown the Clark home on July 7 last Frank P Flint rep of Los Angeles was elected United States senator to succeed Thomas R Bard on tho first ballot taken by tho California egjslature in Joint session At a Joint caucus of the republican members of tho Wyoming house and senate Clarence D Clark was unani niously chosen to receive the repub can nomination for the senate to sue ciVd himself Only 20 persons in Greater New York laid tues on personal property n cxetss if JEOOOOO according to list givoii oat by the department taxes uud osl iSmcnlc Ira JEWEL l1vesti ation Shows rs Cha wick Dealt Largely in ThemT Over 9250000 Worth of Diamonds Other Gems Have Been Trac and Located She Gave Most r of Them To Friends Cleveland O Jan 1C Investlga Into tho charge that Mrs Cassle Chadwick smuggled large quantities 7 diamonds gems and other preclq tones Into this country has develop p the fact that the woman dealt In pr clous stones to an almost fabulous cx i lent In order to make t ase on tlrf charge of smuggling Jt was r ml essary for the government aUI nCli lo trace all the deal for iiamoads Jewelry made l v Mn tlNjk both In this country and Europe X stnltri ment has been made by ColIcW Customs Leach that considerably v than J250000 worth of jI It prcclous stoncs handled b Mr Phi wick has been traced and posi I v sjcatod It is added that this rlatiamount of Jewelry has been uncoerc1- with I the investigation still IncorapleUU Of this amount the government Is d1 rcctly interested in about onethird It is simply the truth to ray that Mrs Chadwick handled pearls rubies r1pJIriiiin Klinw tliat tlic wc ii Ji k anything but the fine at Jfvelry in tht entire lot that has been traced According to government official by far the greater portion of the Jew ell Is In the hands of innocent peri sons scattered nil over the country Tho work of Informing these peoplol that thcly claim on the Jewelry la to be protested is going on FANATIC PATRIOTISM Rosseau Confessed That He Attempted to Destroy the Frederick Statue Philadelphia Jan 16 Gesslcr Ron beau who was arrested In this city with an infernal machine In his pos session admitted to the police that ho is the man who attempted to destroy the statue of Frederick the Great In Washington last Tuesday and also that it was he who sent the trunk contain Ins an infernal machine to the British tramp ship Umbria in New York in May 1903 The prisoner whose right name is not known made these admis Pions In the office of Capt Donaghy of the Philadelphia detective bureau aft or he had been identified by persona brought here from New York and Washington for that purpose He gives no reasons for the attempted outrages except that There are too many torI elgn affairs in this country After having Rosseau under fire all afternoon the police classed him as an American patriotic fanatic Tho prisoner gave no Information volun tarll to the police he admitting only i those things which the police had bEtI ened on him Chicago Jan 16Gessler Ros seau who was arrested in Philadelphia Is well known to the Chicago pc lice He lived under the name of Rus sell at 2S7 Washington boulevard where he had his workshop As far back as 188C Russell came under the notice of the police In 1902 he was under NOVJntlll1 npp1renLn ufacturing He seemed wei supplied with money and paid liberally for ev crything he bought J A DOUBLE TRAGEDY I4 Charlea Eekburg Killed John Brant 4ind Then Shf Himself t talnL Brantof tho VeedSrsburg an rsa they ha gone to balance the books of the Odd r Fellows lodge In which both held ofa t tbcyhad InISIyretemple A revolver was found iitiicusptdor near Eckburgs body The shots were heard by several citizens On Eckburgs body was found three iletters One was addressed to the public and was dated January 1st In j lt Eekburg declared his intention of billing himself because of his flnan cial troubles He admitted that he was short in his accounts and that he could not adjust the shortage Tho HarryWertzlt ho said that ho had determined to take his life and that ho would tnko Brant with him Ida McKinley Morse Weds New York Jan IGMrs Ida McKIn Icy Morse favorite niece of Wm Me Kinley and namesake and companion of the widow of the late president slipped away to the Little Church Around the Corner to become the bride of Harry Powell Cooper of San Fran cisco Filipino Students Arrive San Francisco Jan 16A party of Filipino students numbering 31 sont here y the Insular governmcnt ar areyseveral high schools mid colleges in various parts of the country President Loubets Mother Dead Paris Tan 16Mme Loubet matt Lilyears The presidents son Paul and atherTransport Sherman Arrives San Francisco Jan 16Tbe army transport Sherman arrived 31 days from Manila On boaro were 190 sa loon passengers in addition to 614 casuals 46 sick Including four insane men 21 prisoners and 26 marine corps men from Honolulu Rebellion In 2Icn City againstJohntorial sway has broken out among his followers in Zion City Six members of the Zion City colony whom Dowia ordered ejected have refused to leave Drlstows Successor Washington Jan 16Elmer Dover of Ohio for the position of fourth as slstant postmaster general to succeed Joseph L Brlstow was the hot tip In nthequished by Brlstow Want a Reciprocity Treaty pichamberslders that the moment is favorabla Wfand Germany IOJ 5 ffl f rrjJ or 4 t t 4 ts J f f fj itt f i f J V fi i Y vfe f1 f tt fi lieo e hemlali N Y POSt i Catnip Farm beenJtartcdjhC a profitable investment The pro act Is shipped to New York animal ealers and sold to the owners of cats j Where Ignorance Isnt BUss i Mrs Homer Our hired girl cant read word of English Mrs Caller What Not even the bar gain advertlscmcntsChIcaSo News Regulatingf boy my siomach eez its dinner time Run away and pia replied his ma Jour stomachs fasfPhiladelphiaLedger Feederj has sued sheifig1 n an to two a m MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Jan 14 CATTLE Common 2 50 3 75 20CAIVESExtraHOGS Ch packers 4 SO 4 85 75SHEEPExtra 75toLOURSprlnsNo 2 red 121 1 23 17CORNNo2 white 46 OATS No 2 mixed 33v 33VRYE00PORK62jBUTTER 31APPLESPOTATOES Per bbl 1 50 1 60 TOBACCO New 6 00 13 00 Old 4 50 14 75 ChicagoFLOUR 5 10 5 20 10VNo43VQATFXo 75SipKKLARD Steam 6 65 New York 45WHEAT5YJOATSNo2 75PORKLARD Steam 676 705 Baltimore 50SHEEP60CALVESnOGSDrcssed C 25 6 75 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 1 18 VtrOATS00LARDInclianaoolls No 2 red 121 OItNNo 2 rnised iI 44 No 2 mixed jJ 32 t f iG S S jjH rrU j r X q fj V 1 7 ifi i i 4 tf J J J rr y J ot r f f v J o 4oaf i JfItf of 1 l 4 f 1 k li c ilt= i 4qJi 1l41 Lt i Iamllles ir 11 In Engl t a lllan cmnotmarry his deceased wifeV ater country be wifeNAre You Going to Florida or New Orleans t nRouteatffrenllvtopOlutsnndotbcrIW A Deckter N P A 113 Adams StreetChicago III D StreetWDetroitW W Dnnnavant Tl A OhioW a Ricearsou O P A Cincinnati Ohio rettmordHerald DayTake AB cureE itisagain judge faoo DROPS f A getable PrepraticmfcrAs ulauINT v i s n n OKI N =Promotes DigestionCl1eerrul neItherOpiumJforphine or JJARCOTIC ZImaR bi sIIt It s f nnr forConstipanon rorms Convulsions Fcverish ncss and Loss OF SLEEP Fee Simile Signature of SCic KFAV YORK EXACT COP F WRAPPER iS3i i v i U SZJZ m mjg i ii 5 rf i r e 7f 7t i1 r e TaK r d N l i 7J 1 fr JTd8 i j cj f LfJ Rk 1 t p f r W 1f f fl i IiI r J III Jd t j f fi b r 1 j Ir r j j hior ri 1 t ifi1 erlN l L f f iV r i 7 Iv s r cfiJi t of J ri w Ji fFr Jr fI6 j r zy+ r 0 4 ff ifo f1 lli M IP loIf B r J l tttit J J iii1 1 0 i5j J1j 1 t i itfiJ t tff For fifteen years my scalp and fore bodywasitehillgandtreatments but could get no and given up hope when a helPf dm Cuticuraasclearone cake of soap and one box of oint weekffgnfd isdestroyhow ranch money she hasnt got N Y Press PilesItchngJ luoOJ1lXElnThe first successful flour mill was erect ed in London in 1701 PisosCure cannot be too highly spoken of ThirdAve InorCASTORIA For Infant and Children n The Kind You Have Always SouSh Bears the Signature of In- Use 1 For Over Thirty Years i ecnraua eoKMnr new f r7 Tfot r Jt r et YiifHi f t j jCJJ Mf1Jit2 1to i i 1 71 n1 JJ1 j u SJf i ljlt f J 4 1 o4Jt f I Cr t ft t oi f1iFtiN i iS1 ri i11 h il 7 r611rf4 y r i 1r = tI J r- YJr jIS r if f E fi1ii t11rf tr Jrtr rjIYI r tI kl t lfrr1 7 W v1 r rr i J1 07J IrJ JJt IfILt J 1 Ji 11tonJt J k sw r r r jfy t it o frr l4 1 t ofl2 d J fc vt I qi or Tr J f tr t i iX Hi tf irrjf I 5 l r fipof ft t tlity i f 4t g tfnJJo r i 1 J 1 f f 1 f t v it t ot 11l 1 1 1 j JL 4r 1I Jit t t 1e2 tt i r j tfJfil E1J fL 41tbr d J1f1Hri t4io + l1 i j Ii l = ii rsjJ WHEAT 18 NOW A FACT oil la TVETTEHJT or bnr tomn of tbe be wheat l n l o Uie conuoeot amt become producer Tbe arerate ileM ot wbeat Ibis year will be abouttwenty busbela to tbe cre The oat anacropwlllal ojl ld abomUntlj Splendid climate food trbooli ana eJiatcbet m rkUn for Information to 8CTIB1STETDIXT OfIJIUIGUATION Ottawa or to M WILUAM Law Building Toledo O Authorlied Canadian UoTernmcnt Agent Float iat lfr tmu lair thlt atrtttltment BUSINESS CHANGES in the Southwest are worth looking into A comparatively new country with aicrtllesoll and a wonderful produce ofplants and crops oil gas coal etaaterritory capable of sustaining a popu lation many times that of the prVenW means opportunity Ifit means anr tUne We givo you some of tho facts andfigures in our pamphlet Business Cliauces Isnt it worth your wnllo to investigate Write for a copy of tlie pamphlet Read it and think it over Wo will gladly send yon a and any additional information you may want on M K T RY Box 0911 ST LOUIS MO PATENTS IMPORTING CANADIAN 4 j p 4 h t q 4iriwo l h5L1I J kSjI t JI t 1 J iie A t r J kA 1l I I cIt r z et y SSt 1 i r sa j a 4IIi hw jr 45b 4 zSe jJ 4 44lI i t 4 pSa4 zg p tt i I Itti vZt I f J I 1 Vs t I p t i I s j4 i L t4 j a Igsi a t14 t 4a t I I rr d c qpPt s h c iit 1 IIt 4 4rs 4 v s je1 I r e 4A hr t a 4i lr Lc4 Si rriM airWteosIe1pitLe tim moItdiIad LLcce d4- B U EDWARDS Congressman i reject aa l John D White ex Con rewrnnn are both contesting Dr r WGodfrey Hunters scat in the 0 5 resentConjreBS fom the Eleventh Ky fdijtrlet According to the t testant8 t Uc cfion was sotuo IIh thiNg terri tt nnd no doubt It was Y 4 SEKATOR RtACKBcnK and Govwut echata are saying hate1i1 thing Bbouteaih other through the news sz d Capers One would judge that it 1if5 will he a Oniph fight hut whose finieh it betweeniualna o be demonstrated when tho Sen atonal election comes oft nest cf year SSf A SCANDAL huB arisen in the MiaI Muri legislature now controlled by 4ftI the Repuhhican A rnetnbe r saysr r he WR8 nffereIa bribo to vo4 v Tboaus K JiedrInghinus mi Senator to succeed Cockrell Ro I ssoibe short If ih ts thin way the party uses its victoryinS Nicy YOBKS fan P is a city of 1inj rihhhInntIreH wiuld neon ver behe in8pectlt of rnegie cgivesin 5000000 personaltyJobn ie eiSage2000000gak 400000 anil so on wi rwoneyed magnMtes of the ne vitulJlh ii Jo BtAOKBUKK iu ii u interview in Bnewepaper expressed cot f for Gay Heckharo Beckham ralittted in un artielo ak liiackburn and salting the quivering flesh Ofcourfe burn whI In turn titko the ii de tiff peSnot dwell together in apITHK saSthe lOOO1OOOjiphtolappe irs to favor a new locution The Hunt lsriIptay of 2icre je offer id for t IOOOiail Ia generally fi vored 4ie ten acrea tdjiIni g c m be iMt fcx hOOOQ T1i6 ci st of I Ie will be far lees thu fl the for Stat pure es ir the uuid hte Is builti n year wore found on cabbage RSf5I ttkwts 1mm Eating abbagi isat aSjs a comraon practice to o4 t4I1Y distgruiwin cribbag e with piirii green orothc rieridlya rscnic aifels iiif ver IeitfoeJr strength an Mr ly dnfigciouu In email do 4 i 5 s J i lIl a d 9 4 3 q15 I 1f je 5V t S 1 c 4 t Z r1 4 S5 d r 55- 55St 4f b Y i beS 4 2 IY4 J1ISr s a 4 IS t5 1 5SII t 3 D1ed tSiSntbitohdwi fe br IaoughttC8 t III tho Old Virginia grave yard It wa their only child The roung pa retita have the iympnthy oh the co inwunity An gonerye- notherAI hittlo darling babe 114sa abetter in the grave Go d needed one wore angel c bUd Amid tile shining band A nd so he bent with loving ei nilo And clasped handS OdessaItAlpheus Vice of Okla visited James Riddle SaturdayveH M Butcher sold a mild cowfor to John L Vice last week for 25 G D Doe Gudgell is still conSafined to his room with rheumatism twoUnight 0 r r ousedfor V in pa The cold I hlreCourt Monday Mrs C C Jones who bad been at liar weeks fathers for tlm past six amu niDrsited lila mother here from Sat u rdusy till Monday y MIBS Ruth Riddle of Eoario unty hirived hero Soturde M8U reiiSllc3lof her sister Mrs WASned eg iur yrawpgs averaging about 150 Ibs to Omar Wilson last Thursday at 4c r Ib G W alappraisedOS Rodgers Friday No public le f tUB property will bo had ns there Is indebtedness Hut a few weeks ago Dr A W Jones discharged PerryGoodi aster west of town from a long and HOUR spell of typhoid fever Week he was called to the house to attend Mrs Goodimeterloa his wife who wo ore sorry to sayda has the same over L NRiddle and Joe Henderson itt delivered 5000 Ibs of tobacco to P w 45Sione nt Owingsville last week S Oc per Ib and 2200 lbetq egur Bros at Wyoming at 94 delivered 2400 Ibs tfiJv Stone at ic Tho Crump nbour s 3000 lbs nt lOic ClarenceColliver th 1105 Ibs at 7c George Stewart d son John about2600 Ibs atlOc lA Ilarber and Wm L I Sarbey HiK9 5ii 5j t q k 4 r z P q 5p iS 5J t St 4 v 4T 4 i 5I I1 1 5q uar r y l t 5I55 tt it j1s t4 SWVS 5S sf e SLt 4 Hubert Eden ol iticholir counW and Vihi Turner5oJFlu lining c u lucrkoWHendrix live hogs averaging OflOatt hu fou ultrpound Tom Snedegar eatertaincrhursyoung people with day night It was well attended and was very much enjoyed those present Hillsboro 0 K Graham after on illness of few weeks is able to be out again Mrs Genie Harmon has been ry ill nt tier home near this place the past few days Benjamin Story sold to Thomas unders a small turin for 600 possession to be given March 1 Quarterly meeting was held at tn is place Snturduy and Sun day by Rev J L West assisted by Presid ing Elder Jno R Dcering School closed here Tuesday ThlU patrons and pupils of the school nrej sorry it closed as Prof Gray i assistnnt Miss Lillie Evan havo taught u very successful school J Shepherd Lodge No 144 A0wat the last regular meeting ght Jan 6 1905 installed the llowing olllcerp Muster Work man J M Hurley Foreman E A Gardiner Overseer A C Zimmer man Recorder TA Clark Finan cier S F OBrien Receiver M T Hnrrt Guide J E Conway Inside Watchman S R Hawkins Outside r atchmttn HP Maxey Medical awinei Dr S F OBrien I bCrooksWe are having very cold weather presentCJohnson was at Salt Lick Friday James Horton of Mt Sterling wa s here Friday Several from lucre attended Court BLastWillson Hendrix endy utidrenSalt a raekpuciftthreatenoIweli WIIIittinBBnd sister visited cr grandparents Cole Jackson Bnd wife at Olympia last week 5 T J Hovermale moved his black onday4esoon us he gets A house 5 St5S JS 55 aS 5S t S S 4 VS55S J Sfi tS554 t 4 5- 51JaS tSIt a 155 5T SS55S S5 J t 4 55S 4 i5 i p i 1 reviSj 4 Is a 6 h 4 fIS tl 4 h t eb4 t S5 p e 4 I P Ptrn5 r 5S S55- r JIIIc5r5S t SS Win pyu fjlyut Idavilla vast he re week and retited M- iaItoni ra ltiuI V property anti will move re March Miss Maude Rlgdon left Mondiv Lebanon Ohio where silie will Jukizht Misses Leli Vihtitroy Mall tLt Sa witurdayBethel f byou JarMiss Sallie Stone left Monday toj attend school ut Lexington 0fotklnhomtLewis Evans delivered his tobac cc to French at Carlisle ut lOfc per pound Quarterly meeting will bo held hero the 28th and 29th of tuid in gronthBro Fizer filled lila appointment at m SudayorningA R Robertson is receiving and prizing a great deal of tobacco at th orisMiss Yocum of Montgomery 0 visiting auiSy ii Pieratt There will be an entertainment at the school house Friday night See bills for the same Sunday was the coldest of the w inter so far the thermometer reg istering four below zero la thmfather W R Poters Sr and other4 relatives and friends sAweeping qpurnedworse 45ne several of our citizens allourta whom wareW F p sideterslaspie orGladin esgath Hope it will carry and then e people will see that the law is ciforcedDogs killed several sheep for Tom Robertson last Saturday night sheeplseis PayrOur physicians are kept 1t tending the sick among whom 1MlMrs Ben Sneliing Mrs John Mrs Sanford Ramey Mrs Mugakeriind sc AH The News Si Per SUBSRIB1 ft j J c ii i StoopsIJllridges is seriously ill with FrjLrbflhltree by ticuthi i r J KiBeick visited relative v 4 Run lust week 4jflIhla moderate gait ic pace that kills Mi4lwhinthem ihuia veekcryreo ia now beginning to sell Xjpidly in this vicinity 1 T- p Js Sallio McDonald will each Ii g term of school hero v 4Tof the old folks sayhouia thH9 already been Jv he r leavePuibiy jjf easnn sonic people appear ud to yejfV ytv Jin W hull tins rented a farm I w B Flanders in the Au tons J Svclghhorhood T1 Ruutiileluilua ielVion March 1SluourFasgett sold 60 ghoSks lder to MrO Cockrell aiTd J imblo at 25c per shock tia and James Piersall have v from J Will Clay the farm in the possession of Joe Clark 1 foxy female tune captured Bro L Duke of Dukes Mixture c liio fact that there no J as big as an old fool is being V ic firmly established everyday v Connecticut Jucigc hits decided i eWihusbauuilsjbt vill cause the Judges name find a place in the huh of Fame 5l CreeteIlr pe that in four years time he- isjtl show t he PeOPle that ho in rj way fitted to succeed Theo t to Roosevelt j Clayton howell and tenants sold ir tobacco to G L Kirkpatriek f prices ranging Irma Oc to lie 5hnIV hull sold to A 11 Robert T in of Bethel at lOc HackShruut d to J Will Clay at llc-t Deputy U F Marshal Prcssly ackson of Salt Lick was lie re reek and captured LcnnderC rouchuitiWil olVhikytnd wart en route to Richmond to la livindcS5tI irl Knob LickyourV Stock is wintering well so Tar USfhueret LeciititigruinSJ Coiliveri1iVsothir JlTotTrr HehryPurvis at 4u Van SiinigVin traded a cow to MV W Razor for a mule Wo arc having some very LtitLwu Atheu9 degrees below J Tho steam shovyl at the inines EI Uren Surroll lips moved ti Henry r hngs farm to work the otuing ison Mrs Sophia Jackson of Suit Lick spent Sunday HI Jut Will cksoauu There is talk that ShertnanCKtrk ll gob Columbus Ohio to ut sehool ISbuicrherefa Mctionmes H Maze S Mrs Staten who fell some time ago and broke her hip ia getting along very well There are no now developments Sa ai StaltsThis is getting to be quite a center for trading plug horses There were five traders hero at one Wednesday titey i oiie five Maywere Grove JoeFriendtalk PC tonpuhiststoryatorAfter reading and studying such qnotationawe have concluded thatJall there is in Populism are Wflold nanimous rhetorical efforts that S look well in printbut mean noth ing at least it appears that way Now in answer would say to up friend that oratory which w e claimhis for some of our leaders ia of no po Wliticalat is not what Populism thrives nigh on prwheinciplesjio gnuYend but to the young men who the coming into manhood It is was tureitheryou have stripped yourself hare ofso howideicee of juisticeliohor and jtikvi- genco to Thats what makes patri Rave On the other hand n person a werdsome ono would say he is afraid to ck to partyprinciple or ii 0 prin andplo That is the material that poltroons are made of Which one see boyu poltroon or patriot hail He Salt Lick 1 thNothingairs Cabe RatlifT spent Friday in Jou Sterling SatAnuie LIvhoolandreara terns birth I tokL EPidayRazor bought of Joih Griten Suturdaj one of mules for 250 one lu rse foV l Or Muses Lucy and JSannio McCar 5ty stW nt a few dayt in Farmers last weuk the guests of relatives 3 Ellle Kring who tins been ur fur Jseiciuuu Ivring Milliii Co the past season has gone to spend a few weeks ut her home before going to the city for the prthg season- sMis rear Lnndrum closed her and has gone to liar IIOIUH in vilhe Miss Pearl has many friends here who regret to see her and wish her health arid trot in her new home Tho Christian Church Sunday schoolelected olllcers for the enu ar as follows Snjt W R Treas Miss Ethel Hall Sec Mrp Etta Jacknon elites No 1 blio use teacher No 2 Mrs B F Alley teacher No 3 Duke Frederick teacher No 4 Mrs Era r teacher No 5 Mrs Ka- rtyteacher NoG MrsAustic e teacher No TWJSliouse teach erSStopstono Richard Garrett Jr huts rented thin 0 S Uttorback tarru for the coming year Luther G Bittingnr is night op orator and night ticketseller at Aliiryheud now 4Ii sses Mary and SarnhCarwh- pent i el s Sunday with Mrs m Jon s nd family tlter Loxvry spent from Sate ill Monday with JuhnDonuld son nnii rife on slate Owen Myers and wife of Flat k neighborhood spent Friday G W Turley and wife l5ues Su 8tdaythe children were well pleased with it W himning Ms Blurs store while hi fatner iii sick ud unable to see to things himselfrivThe Salt Well school closed Fri tlay of lust week for tl10 scnson wlln ll treat for the childrcnwbieh ys brings smiles to their faces W T Pelf rey our new section master Waved his family lucre from Morehead last Thursday anti IB g in the Isaac Karrick proper Jr M Stelp who witS about to rent out tile farm for the coming has given tip the idea we ireglad to see and will remain with Ewell Wilson left Saturday for nginn where ho will visit his ndpnreiits Robert Byron and viIt and others of tile kin who live in that place for a few days 0- md V Kiiicaid is truck walker impijghter at both Ewingtnn nnd heretic makf s the trips uiosi he tiuieWu velocipede and says it is jufjt like childs play Th TAejib Aflng dHyglitefiof Jr long id imvoving slowy 4viII able to eit ip lJ jpe abc will g r her strength back n ml have no more butel tSut3S tliellKirst5nK the Association contract and wo urn told the Association is froJjackiss F4hiza E Maxey gave icrthe Sundayin derOwingsvillevited guestsTh inaStationn visiting tier sisters Mrs W A Alexanderlsove rat eeks returned home Tuesday of last week tnJ W Johnsonof Olive 11 illtec arrived here tosilty with tier lather v Rty and family while her band is at the hospital of Cltf Forge where he went to ted for u bad case of Influtnia iiiSrheumatism Hope ho 111aen soon be well surJohnCarpenter farm until Mardi Isterwhen he will go into his own prop erty unities pomething better turnY andfarmto UA r HE GAVEAt aNewYea- icr tieduty in Cincinnati tim ott Lnflints twotoore bytgroatgoing on and drew word pic on tryandi or Oofhis control anti ho worked up ra t Meingnumber of the preetercpeacefulstruck the table with his hand saidtraI we smedtrehesitatedm Preatbesrnalrat THOS J JPNES Ill ery Feed Sale Stable van twoOW1NCSVILLE Headquarters for horse and m SInor deulcrsi Pre pervriJlr r Tje- 5SS55 5qs J r a dS fta 5tS fII N 7 5D S I 5utrr 1 4 SS 44SS S t5l R VIRGiTA 8CREENDALY v ALfiDS ElpLVTh CANNELu v C U A I Write or Telephone OSE RUN IRON 00- Olympia Ky 5 55 MONDAY FEB 13 1905 tilt Courthouse tool in Owingsville Uatli Co Kentucky wo will sell to the ghest bidder the Jones farm of 202 acres situated near Midland City on Licking et Bath county Ky known as the prop erty of Wm Wright and the heirs of F M j Ewing also the Rice place adjoining of 117 surveyTerms ia one year and onethird ill two years bearing 6 SSStrI per cent interest Purchaser must pay the tuxes This land will be soldc to make a division WILLIAM WRIGHT TUR7Y UMTKILL1 Contintieti frtn first iagtJ mothers a the lute Urn Lruua is- TaIker tirt plnteuI hut iitl insrieid tiIIitrit ave sieerut S lligin thu lr stilts iiml to cnu weupeiiIiiiconttriicd with lower vnge ami lower standards of living nnd telore the e stuns and dnuuhter arc IIneerI distribution lit iuuuuiigrzu hIS from Southern and Eastern Europe m Asia will hasten still uu replacement if the native by foreign slocfc j311V1IOTIZEDt of the National Brink of All tiuu suit in his private otllce e door opened and n veiled 151nI want to borrow 1250000 she liwhisperedHave you nay security aoked the President Merely as a roat Ver of form I assure you he has ten Nteditors veilSf Oh do you want security asked the woman Give ate aNpie Nheted the paper to tho President Ah Carnegies note for 5000 000 he exclaimed Are you genuineSure ray tous stranger didnt you sec me write it- Certaintycertnlt1ty A million a quarter I think you iid hing more today No Glad oblige you at any time Good dont target the number Portland Oregonian tow 1erians and for the most part dwell Vtoto talk religion n one occasion the two hint horses aid although the nut come rankled in the breast of the thodiat they had met and start a discussion on thin subject of destination As usual an al ntion ensued when the Moth lost control of himself With ed emotion concerning horse des and John Calvin in lila mind suddenly exclaimed Youre a robber u liar nailut sbyteriaii huis proved too mulch for tlifi sbyteniniu anti o light began iiiBwhich the Preshyteriun got tof it As ho sat upon his prose opponent bumping bis bead against the ground he sold Take it back take it back or bump your foolish huuth ojjr Ill unite it back gasped the Mci ant IOcuuuuiUa liar but youre n blamed old sbyterian if Iiui rot ii Ilnr-s Weekly i 95t5c p II rhiiT 111 1I12 t Ip 1 Ir tiiOt 5 lie iiSyruirsild I lud liiiiights 1000 Ibs J MN GCDOEIU 4 5Sff 0 M T1flIISUENTISr bicElliott biiildine opposite 0rinR III 3 t5iJiiiKpre tr4KY O RAILWAY kTrain 22 and 23 carry Dining irservice MnlRslaeartS31E CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT 5S 271803 Mt OK TKAIKS ATPRESTOSTVtiONS Eastbound k No 26 954 a m No 22 1249 p nr iS o 24 1005 ni WestboundSNo 21 648 a m O23 143 p m o 25 344 p mSNos 26 and 23 daily ex cept Sunday all others daily i aba1G- 25c a grab Diamond ring 25 worth price Ladies Gold Watch i worth priceSNU BLANKS Sale begins 8303 n5atcrurday Jan 28 1905 Come early tS ascomStuigellSCOS The Outlook i The EBKLY OUItI1Rt55VRNAL both one yasir foronly ik5S 5SJS iSrs5Z-