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cook stovo trimw d complete from 4 i tbG0 ILd S W Lane Is agent for Wieder t- man bottled beer and Budweiser f t bottled and keg t ii IAEverythlng firstclass in hfrrd II1 Ware stoves plows and harrows at Bud Brothers 1L IotIerI Brother have opened their tobircco cotton Get prices 4 1 c fJbefore you buy i I On account of Vive rain and thaw a the streets are in a very sloppy dis 9 i agreeable condition 4 All who have property to ecuat sl public auction call on M D Fans fo He will give satisfaction p i4Ourline of cook stoves anti 1 btJ Uiramlngs is complete See theme t price them BYRON limos I 4t I u bj The electric tight plant at Car I4 lisle burned Saturday mornins ni t I 4230 Thelo8sis25000insurunce 92000t SIB I I Young housekeepers try Byron 3 your housekeeping outfit tf Vfhcywill dell you good goods at n d cloee figure f Ft Dr G W Conner the dentist tUeIIOilontundcr and all approved I nna tlietlc for the painless ei truction of teeth Y iHiRVa e 1Jyour tnlmccn nt g ia ldcls III lHI your WI ro It conk tt whln ursewingWI dune nf Biid Brother I will tinruntfe t i taco you wonry mi all fitdijlo and hnrnrss 1i otids JOE M CosRor- V AI tSt rlillgC j Gtt iaO bsIlf nI1 tnbutcli t toltlliz rrlr your plitni bed whklu l k taraiiteeeynurplisntt lit I LA T Byaofe- t T S Sliront has ijil kinds of r burial clothes and everything usu i w wily kept by a flrstclaias Funeral Director 4t F Pure thoroughbred Lgt Rrahm r pullets and cockerels for sale litI reasonable prices by Mrs J M Wlimlcy Bethel Ky 4t Nothing Ismoro nnnoylng than to cte breaking plnts oiLyour plow ev rit I time you turn around Tr a Chattanooga and you will not ltllveI that trouble v J Sior eight IUi alnJ1 young ma rep hav0dicd in tbeFJl1tCrpekI a neighborhood of some l f lul led TeterinarUns Thomas L 1b Vernel lost one 4 I now have the largest stock or- t furniture on hand that I ever had fatotis time and at tho lowest prices 0 for cash or credit 7J SUUODTIFARK FOR SALE40 nettl onS lt tI WlIone mlle south of Flat Creek sore good house good tobacco barn well watered1 WL SVLADJE a 1Plos like pigs root tho ground t Tberootlnjfby tlio Chnttauooga is z f mere satisfactory than that done b the pigs or any other moke of plowl on tbe inarket JJuyn Chattanooga and you will be pleased dWe sell the Leader cook stows Iand rangli hattunooga plov l3 White 6ewfngniachines harrows and firelclacs hardware Come to Corn Stove 4e Stoves Stoves2ti Lexlngtvi 1T TilE OAT AAs the splingapproachetivouwIlI be look c inir aver your supply of ImpleineuU i 1 Iaatot ready to pllchfuut fqif rf 1I tearliest possible moment Dont hlose time and inonvy usire some lieavT bardrunning plow when you can buy the Chattanooga that runs light and Is BO strongly built that it does not break every time you turn around n cI JoB F isTtHQ Keteefflber that TBKvUoTLboxii prepared to print cterheadeHotehead billheads a KtateiMBts eDT lop cards labelt t recekpmIHvltstioaaac1all sorts y tifbuiineeistatioaery Biithe best 4ir i stock ifrt4 teftf style it the racist I I reasonable prices Compare ouj 7 work with that turned out by an joboMcesidyouwIllJInd Jt f c2cyOtitsivait ge to have tJ8do you 0r WeaUo print posters dodger paHaphleti and everything usually turned out by s country job i We have on baRd for sale in any iHtn tlty blink daee raortgages Ml I IM other r J 1TA1T4L i I + v 5 t = ffIi 1 jJ S i t1r r i j a PERSONAL Jacob Warrior is still confined his room with illness Mrs Tborntlo Chideseor of Farm ers was In town Saturday Rufus Knight of Sharpsburp was horo Thursday on business Woodnon P Perry vas sick for several lays tho past week C W Honakors littlo son James Lauo is very ill with pneumonia Capt Wm G Bearing of F lent ingaburg attended Court this week Lou SturKoll Of Bloomington 111 is visiting hIs brother Bascom Stur gell D N YOUIIR was confined to his homo with Illness somo days last weekJudge John A Rumsoy was able o bo Monday after nn illness of cml ttny- C II Carter of Bonny Morgan Co came list week to visit his uncle James Carter Cbu B Pay and Deputy Sheriff iuti Morgan of Morulicad aro at tending Court Mr and Mrs II L Lano visited Mrs Susan Land anti lamily in Mt Sterling last week K L Kiiumermnn cnmo up from Paris Thursday to visit his family and returned Sunday Mrs Mary Crooks Puynter of Cia cinnati was a guest of Mr and Mrs Alfred Crooks hut week I Mrs J B Dnrnell of near Bethel us the guest of her sister Mrs Oscar rainier onodoy last week Vm T Daugherty of EvunRvllle Ind caino Saturday to visit hili father Wm H Daugherty Miss Mary Gudgell went Friday to attend u house part of Miss Ruth McCIlntock at Mlllersburj Ecton liotts has returned froirrn twoweeks visit to his grandmother Mrs Ellen Judy In Carlisle Emmett FratmaiiXvlfe and little daughter Aline r orned Friday from visit to relaUj6s at Lexington Mit Wm V Mark hits returned from u rlsit to her parents Mr flint Mrs Jas W Emmons at Bethel Il nrv Schwab nftersovoral days sickness threatened with pneu monia was able to be out Saturday Mrs Josephine Moor who tins IeIl housekeeper at tho National Hotel In Mt StrJlng uneSlturdll Mrs Dr A B ioJlIHI children of Carlisle came Wediufiihiy of last week to visit her fattier Squir T J Heiulrix Mr and Mrs Win Peed of Oak itiiid Mills Nicholas county came last week to visit their son Guorsju A PeedMrs J Xrsbltt returned Satur day afternoon from visit tn rein tlvim at Chicago Indianapolis and Lexlagton C W Nwsbltt It H Wliin II R Prcwltt WA Di hnven and J nil mi iloKic of MtSterl iigatteiul Court Tuesday Henry Hopkins returned Sunday from Uobrtsville S C Mrs Hop klllllromlllllOllIto visit her parents somu WMjks longer Mls Katie Klnuoy returned home to Cuvutigttin lust week iirtorspcnil lue several wotkn with her sister MrsEu enHMinihan Miss Eva McKinlvao returned last week from an extended visit to hex Klster Mrs Vane Vanlandingham t Sadlevlllp Scott county Mrs R A Walton left last week to Join her hushandItevRtA Walton at Los Angeles Cnl Mrs Wm E Richards accompanied her toCincIn nati Judge N Reid Patterson has rV turned from nn extended stay at JW Intosh Florida He reports tha weather slightly different from thai tiara Jack OWIIIKH remained at Mc1 ndeerduninjhuntthe skin homo with him 4 McDadeV show left Sunday tot FleminKfibnnr The company twelve performers now IOmar Wilson huts engaged sever al bunches of Inmbs at 5J to 6ic to- go from June let to July 15 Oliver means the best to be bought in chilled plows huts no equal For sale by Byron Bros Ed Pieratt says his new baby is a girl and not R boy as TUB Our LOOK statedNfWe stand corrected Tire movingpicture show at the Courthouse Saturday night was wellattended It was pronounced fairly good Leuuve your order for rcrtJlIer with E L Ar Byron end get Rendf the best corn and tobacco producer on the market Handmade side saddles at cost Being overstocked will sell nt actual cost JOE M CoNan 2t Mt Sterling Miller Hoffman eon of Albert Hoffman And Miss Mhry Hunter Johnson daughter of Col Thomas Johnson are to bo married March 15 at Mt Sterling Bio ALI Clarence Power slip ped on street last week tint tell striking a piceof tin which cut a fish requiring six stitches to sow it up under his chin Waljor Coyle and Robert Wells bought ojf Sorrel of Menifee coun ty 29 shflitU averaging 100 lbs a 4Si5 They sold 7 to R E Galen st48 and 13 to other parties att 4436 v FROZE BI The severity of tln late cold snap may be Judged from the fact that a saloon keeper here rlviJlchfrqze8ld the barrels f V lor TIMES Frfiks were corgrdt ulating themselvesSunday thltttli ice hid nearly gone from side walks streets and roadsf but o Monday morning the sleet agaI covered all o td1Ijtr 0 Morn Monday to Alex Conneij InndVife a daughter Supt lerry says tho last instal tinent of the puy duo comm n8ohnllI leacliers trite not yet FebJII fioceent tire Christian Church lucre Mon day evening Feb 27 at 7 oclock All cordially invited to IttendIGet the tried tested and trusted Pine Grove Sunrise and RnkcweilJ conk stoves Oliver plow null tit chell hillside plow Stodduril disc harrow They will do tho work E L A T BYRo- NDAVISWATSONLeo j Davis and Miss Hattie Watson were marriedu by Elder B H Ross at ntnco Wednesday afternoon of last 11dompunlrdtire all of the Sherburne neighbor h hoodLOwiNosviriE BANKING COMPANY OwinsjBville Ky Feb 20 1905 S M Parcel Dear Sir Tho life policy 1 took with you in theEqtiit able Lile Ins Co of NY for5000 will be Juo March 23 1905 1 no lice that you give me six options M IIof which seem to mo to be cx yrcuiely favorable You offer to return me half tlio money I have paid and still retain tho 5000O policy or take apoliuy for or on income for lifo for 18550 or to return me all I have paid with jvftnull rate of interest As I have C 10000 besides this I have decided to take cash value which is ex E tremely satisfactory to me Thnurkk ing your for your T wishing you success I am yours etc T H BROWN LOUIBVIILK TOBACCO MARKET Saturday evening Fob 18Thlre Is no longer any doubt that the Burley Tobobacco Growers ssotl elation lies met with failure in carrying to a successful consunima lion its plan for handling the boll of tho 1901 crop While tire growers tried hind to make their plan a go they appear to have gone ahead with too much assurance in tire be ginning Tho failure of title plan trill doubtless release a great deal of Burley tohucco that his been held hack to the auction break d arid withII Fuitalile season fur hxndling receipts in the localtutr ket the next few weeks should tac the capacity of tire warehouses What effect large shipments rould have on prevailing values is not clear nt tithe time hut jt is nut be keyed thntthe fltmiglh of the market can be mniiitained more titan a few weeks lunger though there will doubtless he an effort to encourage a lingo 1905 planting Cold weather was without effect on the Bales in the local market the receipts and offerings both b large Taking the week as a Whole the quality of the Burley put on sale was somewhat better than the offerings of the previous week hut there was a noticable lack of colory grades the few hogsheads of this type particularly strippers being in excellent demand at full prices Good red leaf showed no change but the medium grades were irregular and possibly a shade easieri thoughnot quotably lower market for red trashes was lower however the decline being as much as iiu Red tips and common red leaf were firm The offering IoC old Burley were smallof only t fair quality und sold at lower pric ccs than prevailed last week t Offerings of new dark were smallI Somo little quantity of export appeared on tho break in good con dition but the general run of dark ufferings slowed ho improvement in either quality or condition NototwtiiBtanding this fact firm prices prevailed Higher prices weednoted for trash and lugs and rehandling styles wore firm There was also a fairly gooddemand for the export types though prices for the latter wore not altogether phones jog to sellers Grades of old olfered wero generally unatisfao p tory as to quality The market for iIings of Green river and the un red manufacturing types were small though a fair demand for the bett ter grades was evident Smiles of leaf tobacco in the local market this week amounted to3 198 hogsheads of which 2460 were Burley and 738 dark The totnlI for the week compares with 2506c sold the corresponding week last year There were 61 hogsheads otI old Burley sold during the week und 486 of old dark the remainder 1of each being new crop Since January 1 the total sales in this markethavo amounted to 18470 hogsheads of Burley and 5397 of dark an aggregate of 23807 Of the Hurly sold since that date all twas new crop save 376 hogs heads whereas only 1543 hogsheads or dark told were new crop Sales of new crop to dateas original in- speCtions amount to 20642 hogsheads Rejections for thug week were 3nI heads of Burley RndI 06of dark totalof 5011he percentage of rejections to auction sales was 17 Since January tto tal rejections have amounted to 3612 hognheads Reject Inns for the week were 2037 hogsheads un usually large considering tire cold djDt 1- W4t4J J DeputySheriff this town Saturday with Samuel Stamper John Likes Hoi phenstino and two or three others nil charged with gaming At Far mere the whole party of prisoners mode their escape DountE WEDDING Elder B H IBS services as minister were into requisition at his home Monday morning by a couplo ofj hnndeomci9niilingyaung gentlemen o tio tim nuptial knot MnRichard Wilson son of Josiah iXwiUon1 led Miss Lou Ellen Conley daugh ter of Chas Conley to the alter Likewie Mr Chats Ray son of sJoseph Ray exchanged marriage vows with Miss Rachael Wilson daughter of Joeiali L Wilson The brides aro unusually pretty young neihbnr1hnodlace recently in Mr Rays family nd four in Mr Wilsons The appy young people have TilE OUT oic s best wishes FobrnorytermMonday with Judge A W Young presiding and Alex Conner repre senting the Commonwealth as Attorney Tire grand jury Is composed of J Atchison foreman Robert A At kinson Waller A lloyd John F Conner John S Gilvin Fletcher Crunch Waah KarriekChasMyers ichard nigataffJ J Matthews rlando Vanarsdell J JI tjolllver The petit jury panel Is composed of John Ai Trumbo George Johnson Turner Evans Robert JJrlstow VII son F Jones Thornton McClaln W UuodpastrTinJohnson James H Powers Whf- otruson J B Cmycruft SV Haw Chins Harper S S Rails John Cudgel Amhrosii Ulory Lisle Hart Richard CosttKiin J L slu n- In1 L Thomas Richard Garrett Thii case of Jamos Riddle was set for Thursday thut of Titus McCarty for Friday Flem Conner case was put off ill next Court Mrs Margaret Greens case was filed way Nothing but inlgdeinennor cases wore tried UII till Tuesdav evetiluiv SUICIUR op STANDARD OIL CLURK 0 K Jjnunders aged 39 of Pitb hurf Penn general superintendeni of the Standard Oiln at Suit Lick fur the Rugland nil field took mnrpliino Monday nuonuui tugno1 icd one and half hours Inter He was fur twelve yearn in the olUco of the Stiindard ut Pitt buri und vate threntened with n breakdown in health Tho cimpiiiy cent him to Salt Lick two year ago to takt charge of tire shipment of oil from the Ra lund Held It is snid that he made Fcvvrnl previous attempts utaiucuk After he had taken tire poison uMoinlay he culled up his landlady lrsW R Stepheneover the telephone ann hInd a talk with her telling her that ho hunt taken the poison Sho sent physicians and others to him at once but he was unconscious when they Beach ed him JChe body was sent to Waynesburg Penn for burial Monday night Tho parents of deceased lived at Wuync bur Mr Saunders is spoken of very hfghly SI gentleman of intelligence anu1 courteous manners Tns TOBACCO ASSOCIATION It 6S teported hero Monday thutWal cr Sharp of Slutrpsburu got word to come to Cincinnati Tuesday that the money had been secured to fl nunco the Association The following to the CourierJournal are glv n for what they are worth 20lhroughhe byireim white Burley market may still its thought be consummated If It Is Cincinnati will become the battleground of the most spectacular of modern times between fi nancial giants representativaffor three days last week develops Lawson in Boston and It is un era too d among tire Cincinnati to bncco mon that Lawson decided to old tho tobacco growers Stewart also has been Washington consult- Ing with moneyed men They were ut rested In the deal It is under tood hi Lawson Lawson it Is stated has agreed to ut his own money into tho scheme icsides working up tho plan with Stewart among men to wnoso mil glte8Jtwlonright there is n possibility of Law on con 11I1 to Cincinnati to help direct fightNews his trip to confer with Lawson was given by Stewart Inamessage to his family It explains his prolonged stay in NewYork after It looked as If tire tobacco trust had blocked all avenues to getting the 10000000 to carry out the cropStewart to Cincin that If he can have a few days more to work ho feels confident of financing the deal Mt Sterling Ky Feb 2ONews was received here today that tho Burley lobtccoGrowersAssoclation was n success The news came from Cincinnati and was deemed reliable AS a consequence a panic was created among signers who lund been eager to withdraw Telephone lines were kept busy nil over the county notifying members of the news and holding One farmer who had virtually sold his tobacco Id a local buyer and was starting to de liver it hauled three loads bacC to his home It Is reported that Hon Wailer Sharp of Sharpsbnr one of the officers received IIRWS of fi nancial success and had been sum moned to Cincinnati The report could not bo verified but farmers be lloved it tied hope Is again revived ainon them dailyjLO Jb i IN MEM0nIAMMrs Margaret Beaver daughter of Andrew lint tow and wife was horn on Roes Run Ruth county Kentucky Feb ruary 22 1829 and departed this life at the houio of her daughter and soninlaw Mr and Mrs Frank Melbourne in Washington City D C on tho morning of tire 7th inst Her remains were taken to Indiana for interment She was married to Thomas Maze in 1858 Mr Maze died in 1862 She married George heaver of Indiana in 1864 Mr Beaver died 21 years ago At the Meh11odlstShe leaves nn only daughter Mrs Melbourne and a largo number of loving relatives and friends throughout Keatuckyand Indiana She was one of the heft women nnd brighcst Christians tle writer has over known Her lire was full of good works and everybody loved her for her purity of lire earnest faith and unfaltering devotion to duty As sire was passing away In the of xll her mental faculties unimpaired a bright smile lit up her face and she was heard to whisper Iho words In the light Iin the light I Then closing her eyes site went home May God bless and keep the dear ones loft behind- J W MITCHELL Covingtor Ky Feh 15 1905 Appendicitis Preventive 11 A Parkin M D C M in- Suggestion jIt is almost impossible to read a daily newspaper thoroughly with out coming across a notico that Homo wellknown person bus under gone nn operation for appendicitis In fact appendicitis eeems to have become n society complaint for it itj seldom that tire working classes suiTor from this disease M am not making light of the complaint for a severe uttnck of appendicitis is a very serious trouble but it j found chielly in per sons of sedentary habits while it seldom troubles persons who are compelled to earn their living by manual labor The first last and only nu eof appendicitis is iiiBiilricient drinking of liquidsIn r to havo perfect health n full grown person requires in tho nui hborhoon of two quarts of liquid every twentyfour hours This liquid is required to supply the saliva gastric juice pancreatic juice peniiration etc and any Hinting of the fluids required by the bidy prevents ihe formation of these various secretions in PiilDcient quantity to enable theta to carry on their work properly PlIpIetht earn thou living by physical labor usually perspire freely and in consequence drink freely and it is for this reason that appendicitis so seldom devel ops in tho active workirig class I never lose an opportunity of questioning person who has surf fered from acute or uhronic appen dicitis and although have ques tioned scores of them inPerson and by correspondence I have ye to find the first sufferer from this complaint who before the attack drank anytlningapproximating quantity of water per day required by a healthy warn 1 have been called oa to treat many eases of chronic appendicitis and have had no difficulty within a few days nfter the proper water drinking habit wits established In fact in acute and chronic appendi cilia water drinkingwill be found almost n specific cure except when suppuration hIs occurred and op erative measures are imperative Water hot or cold is tho heat form in which to take liquids but part of the two quarts can be taken in tine form of ten colFee milk lemonade etc Fruit contains u geat deal of water and if murh fruit bo eaten the quunrtityof liq uids drunk can be reduced propor tionately For the person who is enjoying good health all that is necessary to keep him foever frde from appen dicitis in to drink his two quarts of water daily every day of his life He need not resort to the sipping process A glassful night and morning end occasionally during business hours and free drinking of liquids with bis meals will enable him to consume the necessary amount withoutinconvenience It is needless to state that tho fbod should be thoroughly masticated Air and food are life essentials which play a very important part in health and disease anti to be perfectly healthy in every respect or to regain health once lost nit water and food are things to whom careful attention has to be paid A man may partake improperly of air nnd food and suffer from various complaints in consequence but if he drink sufficient water he will never suffer from appendicitis whereas a man retry endeavor to breathe Iud eat properly but if ho falls to drink suillcicnt water daily he is ml way a possible victim for appendicitis L AUCTIONEER If you want tie Cervices of an auc tioneer call on i 01 Terms reason able LVDQI3LLIc r T Savoyards Wli dom Louisville Iostl Washington Feb llOne of life excuses the Into Nelson Dingley made for some of the outrageous features of the tariff that bears his name was that ninny of the duties wore purposely mode too high in order that they might be used to jockey with when we came to nego hate reciprocity treaties It is true that Nelson W AldrichtheSenator from Rhode Island denied thatMr Dingley ever said tiny such thing and that such u practice would be disreputable hunt the evidence to support the factsthnt lr Dingley did say it and did intend it isFn strong ciratit is generally accepted as true in all quarter Hut tho standpatters have no more intention to ratify reciprocity treaties than they have to abolish tho tariff altogether The reciproci ty that Blaine proclaimed and Mc Kinley advised hoe no standing among Republicans of both houses of tine present Congress There are the treaties negotiated by Sir John A Kasson The Senate contemp tunuslv thrust them aside and they sleep the sleep that knows no awakening It was held by Mr Aldrich in the Senate that Mr Blame did not understand his own policy of reciprocity and that McKinley was equally ignorant and tire Repnbli ran mntority in the House agrees with Mr Aldrich Mr Hay as theForeignSecrctary in President Roosevelts cabinet negotiated a reciprocity treaty with thePremier of Nowfoundlandund it is known in diplomatic circles as the Uayltond treaty MrRoosevelt sent the treaty to thoSenute which act indicated his approval though Aldrich and company of the Senate declared that McKinley wits op posedto tire Kunson treaties which he had sent to tho Senate but Me Kinley was dead and could not speak for himself when Aldrich said he was opposed to tho treaties that were the work of his own administration You might as well withIidont and his Secretary of State favor the HayBond treaty for closer trade relations between tli United States and Newfoundland What do you suppose the standpat ters did to thnt treaty when it gut into the Senate They did aplenty Here is the spider the Senate put in tho Presidents dumpling Article VIThis convention shall not take effect until the exist tag tariff laws of the United States shall havo been amended by nct of Congress us to authorize the rates of customs duty and exemp turns from the sauna in conformity with the rates of customs duty and exemptions herein specified That is the amendment the Sen ate made to the UayUnnd conven tion and that is the effectual way line Senate took to defeat the treaty without knocking it on the meat like a man So it will be observed that there will be no reciprocity with our Northern neighbor until JosephG Cannon Sereno E Payne John Dnlzell and Charles H Grosvenor get ready to revise the tariff or u new crop of WIts anti Means Cow miltocmen is produced who believe in freer trade and honester tariff Ono of tho advantages that would have come to our side of the hedge would inure tnthb benefit of that perennial and insatiate tariff beg gar tho deep sea fisheries of Glou cester Mass but the people in general would be advantaged in tins the treaty purpose lower duties on Newfoundland cured flshmind abolition of all duties on fresh IUh but Newfoundland wade ounces alone to theMassacbusetts fishermen in the matter of bait You see you must have bait to fish When n American vessel gets in Newfoundland waters it has to buy bait front Newfoundlander simply because nobody else has any bait to sell We have kept thrNew foundlanders out of our markets by high tariffs on fish aml they have socked it to our fishermen by esur bitant prices on baitund soiuttiwee our fellows cant get any bait at nH and hue to come home emjty Fish is u wholesome and excellent article of food and should be on tine free list There is no better fish than a e ltmnckereJthe ones called bloaters They weigh about two pounds nnd are as fat HP butter but the cost becnuee of the excessive tariff makes them a lux ury and our people have leIeut a miserable little jean insipid nastv mackerel that is not fit to eatTlml is one of the ways we laboring uici protect that greedy tariff beggar Gloucester fisheries that Solomon would have added to the list of things that carinot be filled if it had been in existence in his day They like to have got us into war aboutbull The first time I ever heard the late John James In galls mako a speech he had the Briljsh lion by the tail and was trying to twist it out by the roots because Newfoundland would not selllusvbnit on the spuie terms sine supplied her own fishermen It was the tfnly foolish speech I ever henrd Ingalls make anti that very moment he would have voted to compel the farmers of Kansas to pay extrava gnat prices for fish in order topro tecl that Gloucester gang The Senate debated the question for days and the newspapers were laden w4th wpr scares but by vand by Congress wearied of twisting the = ji EUGENE MINIHAK st place get VULCAN PLOWSFThey are tine best and tho chtnpnst for they do the br t Voik Tile points Always fit You can got them plain or corrugated A strong Rib bed Mo nil pnrjff are lucked ftog theri n6 strain tnt the bolts p o id n rtltrv one r PLOW GEAR8 G rif1Handmade BrcechliiK Check Lints niul BIliuMtridlcs will tJUhrarthreo of the other kind Como and see them and I wilt sino your money and give Honieinado goods that are warranted It EUGENE MINIHAN Owirissvllie 3- h iif 4Wewill be here during the year 1S05 Come in and see how l I f can save by trading cryoulCottoh Rope ftcMb hotter Molds lOc Wood Rolling Pins Bc Fiber Water Buckets 2bc lJt hen Lamps with reflectors 23c Wood rim Sieves Se Staging bnll4cLarge Bottle Blueing oo- MaysvilleCptChaincoloredlb22c Curry Combs 128 5e Tin Pie Pans 2c 357Belts 1o5cPoles 10 icCloth 20C Table Oil Cloth ic 17c 4 old beasts tail and the affair blew over By tho terms of the convention we get more than for we have more things to sell titan sine Inns hut with that country might mako a demand fur with other countries and that is why tire convention it put to does not seem inclined to force things Time it doing his work but tho pear hi not quits ripe By 1007 the deumnd fur tariff reform will be and then will be Democratic if there shall be a Democratic party in 1907 that is nut in existence in 1005 A LO planter wns asking one of his colored servants about her wedding Yen sub sho said it was Je the finest weddin joti evir neesix bridesmaids Unverd hundreds of guests music an er heap cr prayin Indeed conuneiited her master And I suppose Suiubo looked U8 Imndsnlne IIR any of them An pause Well noflint Would rill believe it1 dat fool nigger neber showed up LGICAL Senator Spooner was n conundrum to his It was to nim the other evening while he was out at dinner a very simple little tiring the Senator while the keenest lejjul mind in Congress had been nniblc to frame a correct reply He en joyed trying it on utiners This conundrum was Which hunts more feet one cat or no cutSI pass it over to you or some thing that wits tire utmost hh variable reply Why no cut of course Iri Spooner would respond One cat has four feet NL cat has5vt feet tI V ash nllto StorV a 0 No W r BWe have nil kinds aVcl thni lar stock antI the lowest you xaChombln i g7iVLadies hose pr 20a Talcum Powders 105o 23SinfetyScrim for curiains yd 10 Sor t CASH PAiD FOIl EGGS E W HEFLIN j Cash T1Embroidery Oil5C Curtain FlobrOH Best 140 Wool Dress Goods 20 309- p7Dress i ic Best ic- 6f if 70 1 CASiI Mi gtT4 Ilnyliond advantages Newfoundland reciprocity reciprocity HuyBond sleep- Itonsecelt importunntf opportunity something SAVOYARD LyWEDDINGASoulhern everywhere embarrassed exactlysir propounding colleagues propounded Although pnseflping SlJBS RIBE Supporters Ticking Ginghams Percale Apron Gingham OR ID f Palace ShopENEXT TO OUTLOOK OFFICE SATISFACTON GUARANTEED 1 WIIAT Hn DIDNT LIKE While vi itini in New York City lady askod the lit the son zf her friend Jolinnj do you like to go to fchotil Yes raiMiin answered sjre truthful urchin and 1 likd coming home too but Iddnt like Stying there bftwern times k t tI LAND 1 SALEO- N WEDNESDAY MARCEl 1 nt 1030 am at tire residence of John B McKinivan wo will sell j seventy uterus nf land containing dwelling hotue tobacco barn and suitable otithouPe tire same belfag 2miles west of Owingsviilo on the 0tk Alt Sterling turnpike which runs to wile through farm Sale 14 tirade to elfcrt n divlsionnisA Mrs John V Shrotit oVrns tircct in 40 mrea of the tract and nc cmild not flICH on price JOHN B McKINlVAl7j MRS JOHN W SHROtnY Inauguration mrsion RatoB To Washington Through tire most plcttuevquq re gloune if Any Hca 57 One fare plus Wi5 entsfoirouri trip Tickets onPale Jlairh L 2 3 good returning SUrch 8 1 Extension to Munch 13 by drpoflc nut payment of 1 Uiitf st through slerplng ihie Eun1uuie 9nee flow For further lnnrwaiiurr nltbCL G W liARNI3Y D jALexlngtQnt jt yE c K 1 JI tOa ti I f It Jo tfr t if Liz it t vb c5 4fI t Wto6 tcov ri5i 4 tAq f 0W t iUCKT I 0 isc1w q t a AGE 15 t4 tH jro s the green t l from tho 4 4iCaa N tz o1If SS Then come my sweet darling He close In thynrm 1r And away mid dreamland well float i v Oer the Crippling wavelets ot Drowsy eyetwa In the wonderful Rockaby boatw1 Dear mother Is helmsman tho Rockaby I boat has set silver rails for the west For there in the distance the lights of Are Criblands i We drowsily float neath tho thlmmcr Ins glance t atop r beamsr of toys Its butterscotch houses and sugarplum 10 trees The delight of all wee girls and boys Then hushaby darling dose fast your ftaway to well roam totrs Until daylight shall bid us come home t Mabel B Pike In Thresher World r HiIDri and I By IEVINO BACHEILER Author of Ebcn Holden Daml of rt the Blessed lcs Etc waPublUhlui Company 4 dl4 CHAPTER IV COSTIXUEU 4 The night wore on our rircs burned f low As the approaching day began to light the clearing we beard a sound S that brought us all to our feet A burst of bugle notes went chasing a rover the Umberland to the tune of 1 Yankee Doodle Wo looked at one another in surprise Then came a thunder of hoofs in the distance the ragged outline of a troop of cavalry p er Soldiers said Arv as he raised hit L plke The British somebody asked Dunno said he Aln no Injuns a I dont blieve r A troop of cavalry was approaching I rI at a gallop They pulled up a few rods away and jammed Into a crescent of rearing trampling horses We could 5L see they were American soldiers We all lowered our guns Who are you one of them shout ed ttS Citizens my father answered E Whyare you armed r 1 To fight Injuns I A chorus of laughter came from1 the cavalry I rheilodsed rein letting their horses S t1 Illr themIa on f an Indian tween here an St Regis We thought t you were British an it s gA lucky we did nt charge In the dark we d have cut you all to pieces before 1 we knew who you were I A body of Infantry was marching q i down the pike They were the volun b L teera of Capt Darius Hawkins on vt tieirwaytq Ogdeasbwg with an es J V cort of cavalry from Sacketts Harbor The scare was over Women came out laughing and chattering In a few iimoments they were all In tho road go f men women and children JI I enlisted wllh CapL Hawkins and v hurried to the house and packed my p things and bade them all goodby 1 iCHAPTER V and took my N3nacfrVnVthe ranks at Qgdensburg We weal Iraafedlalely to the barracksa structure tad low and weather Etalned overlooking the St Lawrence There WMrafthe levelfield in front of S11r 1alag waT tat the top of a a high staff The men cheered lustily s that afternoon as they passed It where I I hat1tI Man My dellghtln the life of a sol i 4dier began that hour and has never me 4 Therj was a lot of horseplay that night Itwhickome of the green boys a wcre roighly handled They told me ree her that all new recruits had to ght aduel but when they gave me- a the c1iQIceof weapons I was well con r Stest I had the sure eye of my father 5L tad 4he1ast time I had fenced with 11IMIUlet at home he said my arm hadtbeSaa tacbtngme how to use It In- 4 the wo4 back of the barracks thatL Right they learned I was not a man q t1 serseantwJioagoflylmg In the gloom the second thrustadeat me and ran for his 4 life aaaW rears of laughter I had no laek offiead after that day It was a year of surprises in the Si zfrft Bflrtacrn armY and Drl was the t whysoberllic andtLbS1j dispoe d to pcke fun at him- IxJaks4 a little tired said the ser geant4thegurd t ZNSMS rest thats what s matter J r bhlm said the captain 4 Orter be tuned out i grass a leetle while the edjataat suggested t The cp plim Bts he failed to heard seaacaa e to almiadlrectly and he dmlicbtolltituP With ept his teiBpw aad Brooked thoughtfully and lepk lt all Inrcodpart The night afterhe came theyput him on guard 1ki4t i8 tt4 gre BheTB wIth no knowledge t I Iif Theitl lta PIIH aHa wltlle OH duty but omitted eHKiBibBtheAeouatersIgB They In I iuHctW l dn the serious nature of 1T i 1tlsfalluretoCijIiwllh4 I 4 t peaalty Odeth Drt looked very e sebsrag ke lieteedi NQ man ever felt 4 kescsessept r poBslblllty They biatn4WitkbekocrosstheJlnesand- 1 f take hts gaa away aBd have fun with sft i him bit the1eeHBferslgn would have C IpVeffiwed wtth their plans Y DrJJVe t Ms post a little alter t t 4 v kJiGWL5J5 arilwas posted The 4 to j emaS wttk l party ot six started theytas as j t Iri Jei flthkla gun raised r step said he an 11t Ikmeoi1httiirmtgh ye YvCee lerArdsaett time a said j t flrlaDcop eiiis JIiet down Ye SS tjjtg isk JfrM f TWrdW lM eti and id tQr tb tir t f p IIJir 1 1c lv R fyt r ti r ii t 1 itF r c f = uld see ho meant business and tXcy knew ho had the right to kill Another man came along shortly Halt Who comas there DM demanded rFriend with tho countersign ho replied Cant fool me said Drl Come up here n set down n rack yerself t hum Drop yer gun fust Drop It er I drop you Ho dropped his gun promptly and tho invitation to sit down This last man had some arguments to ffer but Drl stood sternly and made no reply At 11 oclock CapL Hawkins sent out Inquiries for the sergeant of the guard and his relief He could find nobod ho had seen them since dark A cor poral was also missing The captain sent a man to look for them Ho got as far as Drl and sat down They aited for him In vain The captain tood looking into the darkness and wondering about his men Ho conferred with Adjutant Church Then ho set out with two men to go tho rounds They got as far as Drl Halt Who comes there ho de mandedGrand rounds was the answer of the captain Lay down yet arms said Dri an tome up here n st down Have nt time said the captain at first to grasp the situation You tel time er I put a hole n Yct jacket said Drl Otto of the privates turned quickly and ran Drl sent a shot after him that only grazed a leg and he kept on hen Drl gave all attention to his ew prisoners They could see no amusement in dodging bullets they threw their arms on the sidehill nUll sat down with the others The captain swore as he submitted Dont rile yerself said Drl you need rest No I dons nuther said the captain Ye hey f hev It anyway said DrI This beats h the captain an swered with a laugh- A feeling of alarm began to spread gronjfr midnight They were cars under In the mystery The escaped soldier came running toward them out of tho dark He was breathing heavily his leg was bleeding and sore Wall what is it the adjutant de mantled Dri the man gasped and roPIed lawn exhausted Drl the officer Inquired Dri tho man repeated It s the I air man they call Drl Hes roped COME ANOTHER STEP AN ILL LET TUB MOONLIGHT THROUGH YE In everybody thet come his way hbesideoThean oath lie was made of iron that man Churchha guard around said dfoolnLI II go V try to pull him off his perchHo II lay ye itpo said the returned private baring his bloody leg Eff ye try f fool with hlmye limp Sen what he done t me The adjutant swore again Go t the hospital he commanded bretufnThe roQon was shining as the adjut ant came in sight and hailed the group of prisoners What ye setlin there fer he shoutedan a said one of them Halt Who comes there Drl de mandediDont ye purten f be my friend hComeStop foolin1 man said the adjut ant I aint afoolinaHe means busl bDontteach you the adjutant threatened Aint agoln f tamper with ye a minute said Dri If ye dont set down here quick I H put a hole In yetye meansI mean t turn ye out t grass a leetle while Drl answered soberly Ye look tired The officer made at him but In a flash Drl had knocked him down with Us musket The adjutant rose and with an oath Joined the others Dunno but he tek the hull garri son tore sunrise he muttered tLet em come might es well hev com PnyA little before daylight a man sick in the hospital explained the situation TheybrollghtblmThe orders were rescinded the pris oners released Capt Hawkins hot tobls toes with anger took Drl to headQuarlers Gen Brown laughed hearllly when he heard the facts and told Dri he was made of the right kind of stuff These greenhorns are not nice to play with he said They re like vomo gunsloaded when you dont ex pect It We ve had enough skylark ingAnd when the sick man came Out of hospital he went to the guardhouse After we had shown our mettle the general always had a good word for thetrontInCHAPTER VI hs1il0gden8burg UtheonlyeithersideottherlverYAtrstmai sy moved out of the vlllageJbut the mill Wa lepL rU IlI af r J1tU9 44fc jSj11 t xl t ftof C M 4oIJi i r i while they began to come back The farms on each side of the river looked as peaceful as they ever looked Tho command had grown rapidly Thurst Miles of my own neighborhood hall come to enlist shortly after Drl and I enlisted and was now in my company In September Gen Brown was ordered to the western frontier and 3apt Forsyth came to command us Early in the morning of October 2 a man came galloping up the shore with a warning saying that the river was black with boats a little way down Some of us climbed to the barracks root from which we could see and count them There were 40 with two gunboats Cannonading began before thbighitting a cupola on a church roof and EcuiHng bell and timbers with a crash Into somebodys dooryard Then all over the village liens began to cackle and children to wall People came run saningwoman gathering chips In her door yard dropped them lifted her dress above her head and ran for the house Unable to see her way she went around In a wlda circle for a minute or two while the soldiers were laughing Another ball hit a big watertank on top of the lead works It hurled brok en staves and a big slop of water upon the housetops and rolled a great iron hoop over roofs Into the street M low where it rolled on chasing a group of men who ran for their lives before it The attack was an odd sort of a comedy all through for nobody was hurt and allwere frightened save those of us who were amused Our cannon gave quick reply and soon the British stopped firing and drew near We knew that they would try to force a landing and were ready for them We drove them back when they put off and that was the end of It Next came the fight on the Ice In Februarya thing not highly credit able to us albeit we were then but a handful and they were many But Drl antI I had no cause for shame of our part in It We wallowed to our waists In the snow and it was red enough in front of us But the others gave way there on the edge of tho river and we had to follow We knew when it was time to run we were never in the rear rank even then V6 made oft with the others although a sabers point had raked me In the tem ple and the blood had frozen on me and I was a sight to scare a trooper Everybody ran that day and the Brit ish took the village holding It only 21 hours For our part in It Drl got the rank of a corporal and I was raised from lieutenant to captain We made our way to Sacketts harbor where I went into the hospital for a month Then came a galling time of Idleness In June we went with Gen Brown rDrl and I and Thurst Miles and Seth Alexander and a halt dozen othersdown the river to the scene of our first fighting at Ogdensburg camp- Ing well back In the woods It was the evening of the 27th of June that the general sent for me He was at the mansion of Mr Parish where he had been dining He was sitting In his dresseult His dark sidewhiskers and hair were brushed carefully forward His handsome face turn d toward me with a kindly look Bell said he I wish to send you on very important business You have all the qualities of a good scout You know the woods You have court age and skill and tact I wish you to start immediately go along the river to Morrislown then cut over into the Black river country and deliver this letter to the Comte de Chaumont at the Chateau Le Ray in Leraysvllle If you see any signs of the enemy send a report to me at once I shall be here three days Take Alexander Olin and Miles with you they are all good men When your letter Is delivered report at the harbor as soon as possible- I was on the road with my party in alf an hour We were all good horse en Drl knew the shortest way out f the woods in any part of the north Thurst had traveled the orest from Albany to Sacketts har er and was the best hunter that ever trod a trail in my time The night was ark but we rode at a gallop until ad left the town far behind us We were at MorrIstown before midnight pounding on the door of the Red Tav ern The landlord stuck his head out of an upper window peering down at us by the light of a candle Everything quiet I asked Everything quiet said he Crossed the river yesterday Folks go ack n forth bout the same way ver Wife s In Elizabelhlown now I vlslllng Wo asked about the west roads and went on our way Long before day we were climbing the steep road t Rossie to the Inn of the Trav ller- sResta tavern famous in its time that stood half up the hill with a store a smllhyand a few houses grouped about t We came up at a silent walk on a road cushioned with sawdust Drl rapped on the door until I thought ho ad roused the whole village At last man came to the upper window He too inspected us with a candle he opened the door and gave us hearty welcome We put up pur horses for a bite and came Sato the barAnything new I Inquired They say the British are camped this side of the river north of us said he with a blg tribe of Injuns Some of their cavalry came within miles of us today Everybody f death He began to set out a row of glasses What ye her he Inquired Guess Ill tip a little blue ruin Int me said Drl with a shiver B a col night Seth end I called for the same An you said the landlord turn- Ing to Thurst Wai said the latter as he stroked his thin beard when Ink the pledge 1 swore et I hoped f drop dead fore I see myself tek another drink I m Jest goinf t shet my eyes n holdout my glass I don care what ye gi mq s long es It s somethin powerful To Be Continued PoUdlln Bnilnru Kemme the artist while sketching In the mountains of Georgia recently employed an angular cracker as a model The native when asked what his hours work was worth told Kem ble that be thought a dime would ba about right The artist showed him the sketches and asked him what he thought of them Wall was the drawling reply seems to me itsmighty puddlln business for a man lo be In but you must be makln suthln out of ft or you couldnt afford to JestgettlnnothinArgonaut4aui to 11ita WifeBut perhaps he will rcfus to grant tile favor HusbanOh no he wont Hes- I Under obligations to me Hows thatS7News J Jj to F1 J 2St1 NOAH THE SHIPBUILDER AND PREACHER OUR SERMON STORY by thethHighway and Byway A Vl lon aetweentheUnescfCodsIcaplted Oopjr htIiaitjJMrdK uScriptureNoah they did oat they drank they mar rlcd wives they were given In marriage until the day that Noah entered into the ark and the flood came and deatrOyein them ahlLuko 1726 27 And hiate earth and that every Imagination o u wallyeyes of the Lord and walked with God Ocn 65 8 9 Dy faith Noah being Govedving of his house by the which he con mned the world and became heir of the righteousness which Is by talthI1eb117 Noah a preacher of rIghteousnesscl2 Pet 23 Read all of EIKD wild must fills the air There is merrymaking I1 VW the rude village Javan the leader of the town bad just taken to him another wife l u=1bls third who had i fmct his fancy on a recent trip to the land of Nod where the daughters were n A fair and afterx whom the sons of God were fast be- Ing drawn away A reckless wanton company of merrymakers had returned with him bringing their music and their liquors with them Feasting and dancing and all manner of excesses marked these occasions The desires of the flesh ruled supreme and no bounds were placed upon the gratification there of Might not right decided issues and won its desired ends Violence and passion were unrestrained God was for gotten Such a scene was Javans festival a hndheight there suddenly strode Into Ihe midst of the company a man of commanding figure All eyes were turned upon the Intruder but he never flinched before the unfriendly looks and faltered not until he stood before Javan The rude loose garment of skin girded In at the waist and falling in irregular line to the knee reyaled the powerful frame and wellknit muscles The arms and legs were bare save for the heavy growth of hair through which could IICy seen the skin browned and toughened by sunshine and storm Upon the feet were sandals crudely made from leather and fastened by thongs over the foot Masses of wavy dark hair fell back from the forehead and down over the e hrfultach covered the facetA painful pause tbo stranger The look of recognition which Javan flashed at him was full of hatred but he waited for the other to i apeakJavan what meaneth this wicked revelry Why these ribald Ions these godless sons of compaiSt thou too forgotten the admonitions of thy fathers Hast thou altogether given thyself over to thyfleshy appetites and passions Fearest thou not God He who has made us Who rules In Heaven fiwiltwho are turning altogether away from God into judgment In the name of the Lord whom I serve I command that this revelry cease and that thou send this woman and her baseless compan- Ions back c dameThus spake Noah the preacher and thus bad he spoken again and again all through the land as he rebuked the ris l fihaveof the great Euphrates or stay the onrushing storm with his uplifted hand as to check the flood of iniquity and god lessness which was sweeping the land But speak he must and speak he al dgodlessbeCoteHimto the heart becomes dearer and each rebuke administered becomes more distasteful until at last unrestrained a ayger blazes forth upon the one who d res to interfere or rebuke the evil tmerrymakingwith hirn were only too willing to fall upon the defenseless servant of God beatinghimunder a clump of trees at some dis lance from the house and then returned to renew the wild orgy wi more reckless abandon than before How he lay there Noah never knew but with the return of conscious ness it seemed as though he was lifted tofdplacemusic fell upon his ears and soothed tha throbbing senses to calm and re itoThen although he saw no one It seamed uponhisthe pain was forgotten Expectantly he waited seeing naught yethisened and oa the alert Clear and dis heknewGod saying The end of all flesh is come before Me for the earth Is filled with violence DythemThe voice ceased and a sob burst from the lips of the heartbroken preacher Was this then to be the end of all his struggle against sin Was his preach ing to be utterly In vain Ah no great er courage Is found than that which un flinchingly faces defeat in a lost but righteous cause No greater heroism than that which can stand alone for righteousness and truth I No more gen nine faith than that which can hold onto God when all else Is slipping from beneath ones feet How faithful Noah had been The 500 years of his life thus far had been lived faithfully for God His earliest years had felt the influence of the re viral of religion which had followed the Stern Censorship Picture postcards are subjected to stern censorship In some continental countries In Russia those bearing the portrait of Tolstoi have been suppressed Turkey forbjJe any postcard bearing the same of AHs or Mohammed orthe portrait of a Mussulman France wilt not corpulenceBjin Horse Meat There r 64 shops In Berlin in which pl nJ6ySt horseflesh Is told 11 ii i tItranslation qU SSnad heafa tho wonderful sitW from hgran father Mefiiigolahs lips and the Im ession afise early years had deep ed na e hau grown to manhood and felt the mission of God resting upon him to preach faith in nod obetipnce to im One after another bad seen e patriarchs pass away untr moreand more he had found the rising generations turning from God and corrupting their ways upon tho earth until as we have seen Noahs rebukes are met by unyielding stubbornness and violence nd now as far as Noah knew there was none of his own or sioodhis struggle for righteousness save grandtI ife AH this sad and terrible condition passed before the mind of Noah whomLhad ceased speaking and w sordsre alpentantd Tenaimed Let me a in tiypeoplehear Yea Thy messagefbe a testimony against the people of the earth that the w ciithoutthee an ark of gopher wood rooms shalt thou make In the ark and shalt pitch It within and without with pitch Anti this is the fashion which thou shall make It of Long and carefully did God instruct Noah in the task appointed him Min utely did he point out each detail and part of the work and then came the vision of the completed ark as It would be when tye had finished it and with Iho visfon he awokeeThe music and shouts and tongs of the revelry broke on his car and as he slowly arose and made his way home ward he pondered deeply in his heart all that had come to pass and found in his wife and father and grandfather sympa thetic and interested listeners to his wonderful story God spoke of sons who are to be sheltered with us in the ark while as yet no child has come to bless our ome Eald Noah In conclusion A gleam of hope and joy sprang Into the eyes of the wife whose hungry heart had been waiting all the years for the coming of little ones and she exclaimed Surely this shall be a sign unto us of Gods presence and favor and the promise of a new race and people The years rolled by busy years for Noah as he labored In gathering mi ennIst for his great ship and trying ears as he suffered under the rid is cule and persecution of his country men Javan came around a short time after Noah had begun the task of gath ering the materials for the ark He listened to the story and Noah warned im of the coming judgment of God You neednt worry so much about he judgment of your socalled God as you need to worry over the judgment of some of those against whom you are preaching so much sneered Javan s he turned to go and making a s motion towards the timbers Noah was preparing in the center of the grove of gopher wood Once Noah found his timbers cut In such a way tbat had they gone into the ark undiscovered they would have endangered the structure as it rode on the waves At another time he found the planking bored full of holes and lled again with a substance that hid the holes but would have soaked out handIwas as of God made Noah keen to detect every attempt against the arks safety But Javan was overheard to say one ay Flood or no flood that thing wi IIo never float In the early years of the building the promise of God of sons was ful lled In the birth of three boys and glad parents named theta She n Ham and Japheth Noah saw In their coming the sign of Gods favor and rejoiced as belabored So through the years the work pro gressed The years lengthened in and the decades piled up t ards the century mark The tenth decade bad begun and the ark was nearing completion The great hulk loomed up again the sky From far It could be seen and during all these ears multitudes had flocked to see it and had heard Noahs warnings Father Lamech and Grandfather Me thuselah who were still members of househ9ld bad helped in the work of building The pitching of the craft was almost tompl ted Another day was drawing near Its close and Noah had gone home while Lamech lingered to put a few final touches upon some of the Inner work A stealthy tread In the gallery below arrested his attention and hasten- Ing thither he saw in the gloom a crouching figure gathering chips and preparing to fire the Inflamable struc nre for with its pitch within and without it would have burned like tin en It was but the work of a second to knock the flaming torch from the hand f the Intruder and stamp out its fire and then the two men grappled in deadly strife The next morning the mystery of Lamechs absence was explained at Noah found his fathers cold form stretched by the side of his old enemy Javan Upon the face of Lamech there rested a Joyful smile of victory for he had triumphed over Gods enemy and had gone to his reward while horror and fear distorted the features of Javan as he entered the valley of death and came face to face with God Noabshouseholdthe protecting presence of God iiv preserving the ark from destruction and they were devoutly thankful Noah bore tidings of the Ignomini ous death of Javan to his household He spoke of God and pointed out the certain punlSJ1ment of slit and unbte lief and warned the coming judgment And that day Noahs preach- Ing was not in vain for three of Ja vans fair daughters were brought to repentance and faith In God i 11deucesGod gave Noah souls for his hIre and these three sisters found refuge and salvation in the ark as the wives of Noahs sons Hard Substance The crown of a human tooth Is COT ered by brilliant white cap of enamel which Is not pnly the hardest tissue pi the human body consisting as It doe of 965 per cent of mineral and of 38 per cent of animal matter but also the hardest known organic substance Not the teal Thing A stepmother nay not fall short In any of her duties but she falls short when it comes to enthusiasm There Is no substitute in the world for a moth ers enthusiasm Atchlson GlobeI l 1rcZI iA 1 4i o f f A on J Jf j 7 1n J k n WIit fL1J t zc4 f IJin t p 4ff j r A1tr p fJ ht Z II iL lrI 4 trh45C 4 11 61 JIl7 i iI f6 54re451d i a rI 4 I tSTATE NEWS i v ft NIcUP i r rJt rjL v jy j6 6 f5t t 1 iJKt SIGNED BY THE GOVERNORI The Hunt Site PHi Force and Effect Frankfort Kf Feb lSGov peck ham signed and approved the Hunt te bill and It JB now In full force and effect The state house cbmmis sloners held a meellnfe and had all the ownen of the Hunt site land before them endeavoring to reach an agree ment by which the live on the north the Hunt property from Shelby t ogan streets can be made straight o that a broad street can be opened ong the north border of the property he property owners announced that they would agree among themselves to make the lino straight A propos I on will be made to the city of Frank to purchase a strip of ground 40 eet wide and 400 feet long so as to make Main street 90 feet wide for Us full length up to the Hunt site If the ty will do this the commissioners will open up a street 100 feet wide from Shelby to Logan streets a distance of 900 feet CHARGED WITH SHORTAGE Sheriff Resigned and Was Arrested By His Deputy Hazard Ky Feb 16 Monday morning Sheriff E II Cornett handed his resignation to County Judge Ev rsole and it Is alleged fled to escape arrest y bondsmen for the embezzle ment of 3500 Deputy Sheriff Combs Is now on his way back to Hazard with Cornett In his custody Cornetts alleged shortage followed tho failure to obtain his quietus from the state auditor In December His bondsmen however Immediately came to Cornetts rescue and put up tho 2700 necessary to get his quietus which he secured just in the nick of tlmo to execute his bond as the law prescribes that a sheriff must have obtained his quietus and produced It in open court on the first Monday In January The bondsmen say they will p Trosecutothe law COLORED MURDERER HANGED He Confessed To the Shocking Crime While on the Scaffold Owensboro Ky Feb 18 Roy Green colored was hanged here for tho brutal murder of James Coomes a white man at the fair grounds on July 31 last year A large crowd of farmers witnessed the execution In the jail yard Green had previously main talned his Innocence but when he mounted tho scaffold he confessed committing tho cruel murder Ho claimed however he killed Coomes In selfdefense but the evidence at the trial showed that the crime was one of the most coldblooded and shocking over perpetrated In this section of the state After making his confession to the officers the deputy sheriffs adjust ed the black cap and a few seconds l taterThe fall broke his neck and he won pronounced dead in six minutes t DISCHARGED EMPLOYE Shot and Wounded President Stewart of the Stewart Iron Works Covlngton Ky Feb 17R C Stewart jr president and treasurer f the Stewart iron works was shot over the heart by George J Woclfel 50 of 1044 Russell street Covlngton formerly one of his highestsalaried employes The shooting took place in tho office of the company Sevenleenlh and Madison avenue and the wounded man was aided to his home 1531 Madison avenue where his condition was pronounced not critical Woelfel was arrested by Patrolmen Doheny and Schmeing ona charge of shooting to kill Continued Until March Term Lexington Ky Feb 17Tho case of Lewis Mitchell the negro servant charged with an attempt to poison the family of Judge James H Mulligan and which created such a sensation at tho time was called in the circuit court and continued until tho March levm Protests Against Assessment Lexington Ky Feb 19 Charles H Berryman manager of the Elmendorf farm of J B Haggin has filed before County Judge F A Bullock a petition protesting against the valuation as fixed by the board of supervisors 1jP on various tracts of land owned by Mr Haggin Little Girl Burned To Death Elizabethlown Ky Feb J81 Riith Kerrlck the threeyearold laughter of Mr and Mrs Harvey Kerrick qf near town lost her life by fire Her clothing ignited from the fireplace ni she was so badly burned that she iii shortly In tho greatest agony Brakeman Badly Injured Clay City Ky Feb ISAn L E freight brakeman named Stricklin was- caught between the drawheads of two cars and badly bruised The chances for his recovery are doubtful He was taken to the hospital at Lexington The Second Set of Twins Henderson Ky Feb 18 Twin girls were born to the wife of County Clerk L W Powell Thla is tho second set of twins Ih this family with- In two years There are 18 children In all In the family Planing Mill and Factory Burned Warsaw Ky Feb 18Tbo plan Ing mill and furniture factory of J If Daniels Son Coat this place was destroyed by fire catching from the boilers The loss Is about 25000 on which there is no Insurance Tho fac tory employed 60 hands Wants To Succeed Gilbert Cadiz Ky Feb 18Hon Felix A Grasty sheriff of Trtgg county has announced himself as a candidate for senator from the Third district to sue ceed tho late J W Gilbert of Murray Charged With Murder Leltchfleld Ky Feb 17 Grayso iLayman and Sam Miller neighbors living near Millwood had an alterca tlon In which Miller was stabbed id death Layman came to this city anrf surrendered He was locked in jail charged with murder Selling Cigarette To Children Covlngton Ky Feb IGThe report of the grand jury created a sensation when It was announced that they had found 34 Indictments against persons who are alleged to have sold cigar ettes to school children rv t iCHARGE AGAINST OFFICV t It Is Alleged That They Robbe 1 Women ijOwensboro KyFeb 16WGated and James Rhodes mcml jvtTtho Owensboro police force V 2rested on warrants sworn ojjif Forest Mason and her sfsterH Field charging them with robbeX and breach of the peace Tho women allege that the officers came to their home In the western fr p piome ngna coboutpistols and forced the women to get o g heivec F coieldstearing her clothes off The ther mometcr was at zero at the time and T s clheforce THE HARGIS HEARINGis Chief Justice Hobson Postponed It Until February 25IliFrankfortlice Hobson of the Kentucky court of appeals postponed until Saturday February 25 next the hearing before t i Wngt t tayc beausowards of Breathltt the principal wit ness of both sides mIno corderedbe flied and permits the attorneys for the Harglses to take the deposition of t Phatthe case Is again called THE WINCHESTER COLLEGE he Methodist Board Has Decided To Rebuild the Structure saIexlngtonan offer made by the people of Win hester to the educational board of lUheed to rebuild at once the college do stroyed by fire in Winchester Win hester people appeared before the board and offered to give any amount necessary lo reconstruct the college buildings over and above the J20000 insurance money This left the board with nothing to replace butthe library and furniture for the buildings seWThe WellKnown Distiller Succumbed To Heart Disease Frankfpr Ky Feb 17W E Bradley 63 assistant treasurer and general manager of the Kentucky Dis tllleries and Warehouse Co and broth er of Edson Bradley presldentof tbwcompany of New York and one of 13m promoters of the company died of heart disease after returning from the theater He was born in New York and is one of the bestknown distillers in America He leaves an estate of over halt a million and is survived by a wife and two children Unknown Man Killed Cpvington Ky Feb 16An un known man was killed by a train on the L N tracks back of the car barns In Central Covlnglon The mans neck was broken and his right arm and side were considerably mar gled by the wheels of the trainbThey Deny the Report Louisville Ky Feb 18 Officials of life Louisville Henderson St Louis railroad deny that they are planning to build their own line from West Point to Louisville thus abandoning their present use of the Illinois Cen teat tracks He Gave Bond Hazard Ky Feb 18B H Cor qell late sheriff of Perry county waa arraigned waived examination and gave bond He Is charged with Ihe embezzlement of public money His alleged shortage amounts to 3000 or 3500 Young Man Shot By a Physician Smithland Ky Feb 17 Blunt fledge a young man of Smithland was shot and dangerously wounded by Dr Fred G LaRue who claimed that Hedge had broken up his home The physician fired four times at Hodge three bullets taking effect Made Special Judge Frankfort Ky Feb 18Gay Beck ham appointed B B Pelrte of Todd Bounty to servo as special circuit comingdlo sit Had To Be Killed Lexington Ky Feb 17Col Mil ton Young had the misfortune lo lose a valuable anti promising colt through an accident at the association track The youngster was being led over the ground when he slipped on the ice and fell breaking a leg Given Death Sentence Madlsonvllle Ky Feb 16Tb 8 jury In the case of Garth Tom pkint colored charged with the murder of Jim Beanie colored two years ago last Christmas returned a verdict of guilty and fixed punishment at death Attempted Assassination Leltchflcld Ky Feb 16Mrs Ida Stevenson a widow living with her daughter was paid a visit by unknown parties who fired several shots with shotguns Into the house tearing away the windows and doing the house great damage He Showed Great Nerve Olive Hill Ky Feb 17B F Trues dale a prominent sawmill man of this county lost all the fingers oft of on a hand by hitting the saw He display cd remarkable nerve by cutting of with a knife the hanging fingers After the Postmastershlp Manchester Ky Feb 17 There are four appllcantsfor the Manchester post office They are Judge James Eversole present Incumbent Squire S G Reid deputy circuit clerk Jas T Morgan and Mrs Mary Howard wife of James B Upward Both Go To the Pen Grayson Ky Feb 17John and MIckle Parker convicted of killing Garfield Gibson in Barter City at a soldiers reunion in October last were iisentencedJohnMIckle 21 years In the penitentiary t tirb tfl fr 1c+ v q i 4 j y rT ri S5JjC t 5 r 4ss d ssatisfnct complexion you i alth especialij urblod My IiIIL xnpleterybrokendoivir V Y il frequent headaches tt aud a great deal of pain in fc flV I suffered also front iudigestiouY f jthat my blood was in bad con Vi v r pimples broke ont all overmylVus f It is hard to realize that fo tbezcLjaYiit the slightest trace of such blem hea now It was unfortunately quite other ise then and a longtime passed before found anything that gave me any d I became very weak and listless he doctors medicine did me uo good and I took a number of highly recom mended tonics with no better result IAs soon however as I began to use Dr illiams Pink Fills for Palo People my cleared np and after I had 3 ken two boxes there was not a sign of pimple left on my face My cheeks camerosyIgainedlieshand Lave Lad rfect health ever since Rosy cheeks anti sparkling eyes are signs of healthyblood They have me riot pnly in thecase of Miss Conway w hosehomeis at 1241 East Eighth street Canton Ohio but to thousands of w omen for whom Dr Williams Pink ilLs have made new blood There isno wayfor to obtain them than to buy a box of these pills from any drug gistaiid try them for yourself They cor rect irregularities and banish weakness A pupil in a Lynn Mass school wai asked by his teacher to give the definition of a vacuum I cant just describe it id he but I have it in head MagazineS1 Millions of VegetablesiWhen the Editor read 10000 plants for c he could hardly believe it but cond reading finds that the John A Stlzer La Crosse Vile than whom there are no more reliable andex te naive seed growers in the world makes bist offer which is made to get you to test SeIzer Warranted Vegetable Seeds They will send you find catalog together with enough seed grow 1000 fine folid Cabbages s 2000 rich Turnips 2000 blanching Celery 2000 rich buttery 1000 1000 rare luscious Radishes tx 1000 gloriously brilliant Flowers ALL JOB BUT 16C POSTAGE 1iproviding you will return this notice and you send them 20c in postage they to the above a packag fa ona Berliner Cauliflower K Ii I The less polish a wan has the more re TtewB flections he is apt to eastQhicagiIy7T- o I Curs a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Tablets All dnunrjsUrefundthamoneylf It falls to cure e W Groves signature Is on each box 25o S Up in Michigan an editor tells ofa hol l thatheirt a Do not believe Fitoa Cure for Consump lion his an equal for cough and coldsJ jF Boyer Trinity Springs Ind Feb 15 1800 Good intentions are often too good to e trueN Y Time TORTURING PAIN Half This Mans Sufferings Would Have Killed Many a Person But Doans Kidney Pills Cured Him A C Sprague stock dealer of Nor mal Ilk writes Fortwowholeyears I was doing nothing but buying xnedi to cure my I do think that man ever as I did 4cIneslived The in my back had that y4inot sleep Icould 9 sometimes a horse A c 8PBAOTJK was unable even to ride in a ear My condition was critical when I sent for Doans Sidney Pills I used three boxes and they cured me Now I can go anywhere and do as much as anybody I sleep well and feel no discomfort at oil JA TRIAL FKEB Address Foster Milbura Co Buffalo IT Y For sale byall dealers Price 50 cents Positive Comparative Superlative hat used on of your Fish Brand Stickers for fit yesra and now want a new on also one for a friend iwleethecostof a common coat as a common one It ahead of nothing Be sure you dont got Ono of the corn mon kind thltliih jmark of xcelicnc A J TOWER CO us 73HMSTOWER CANADIAN CO LIMITED Haliiri ef Wet Wiatliir Clotting and Halt iiSalzcrsNatloMl sP jOrettest oat of the 7iidelx in Oslo is In Mien acreyea record la Fs1ScaMdtkIatkS wmIilToofresIotaotfarmNdmpi JWHNXUUEBSCEDM EGGS CHERRY CQUGI SYRUP cunc coughs and cokte1 ANK1 2O62 Beit Coogh Hyrop Testae IJtme Sold by Cita i t n ri r7 ior t t r Ip I It t iL 0 Ji1 f4tl t C J t t A t l 4 17s t J 4 l jl 4 4 rta E J t 4 f f t11a p C t I A ia lOW 1 fJ 4 jia r S I S f r P t A4 fld I r c 4 all be avail t ja r r LanyIb j c 4Mont from the + i trelgn relations report c i the bill authorizing the J vtJn of an Irrigation dam 0 The Rio Grande river between hi viifcUed States and Mexico i J The conference report on the omni bus claims bill agreed to carries 2 321S10 direct appropriations for 1759 claimants It refers to the court of 4 claims bills amounting to from 500 I 000 to 750000 u The bouse entered an emphatic pro test against the action of the senate In amending Urn agricultural appro priation bill so as to interrupt the S drawback feature of the Dingle tariff f affecting wheat Jli The house committee on Indian affair authorized a favorable report on the McGulre bill authorizing an equal division of the lands and moneys of i i the Osage tribe of Indiansa The Mann bill to provide a govern ment for tha canal zone was passed I in the house Tho bill gives all the 4 right of government of tho Isthmian s canal zone to the president until the I end of the next congress S In order to facilitate action at this session on the statehood bill the z1 house passed a resolution sending that V measure as amended bythe senate di 4 Irectly into conference without an opportunity being afforded to debate IL The senate passed the bill appropri flnting 9940000 for the District pt Co lumbla and the diplomatic and consu lar appropriation bill carrying 2156 000 rice senate terminated its contro versy with the house over the amend t ment construeing the provision in the 4 Dingley law relative to the drawback on imported wheat by receding from LI the amendment Inserted in the agri yb cultural appropriation bill as it pass ed the senate 7 7 v Representative Hearst introduced a inSany produce of labor of the soil or of 1dmineral produced or controlled bya monopoly I i The pension appropriation bill car rying 138250100 was passed by the house in recordbreaking time 4 MISCELLANEOUS e The bill Introduced at the sugges DIckinIwho testify in bribery prosecutions be t4 exempt from prosecution was defeated in the Missouri senate PresidJnt Roosevelt was the guest ct the hungarian Republican club in east side New York He was well cr guarded by police and secret service QCBv t At the annual reunion of the New York lmnl assoclaUonof the West K Jyera Reserve university of Cleveland 0 Charles F Thwing president of the university lamented the fact that4 i college faculties are no longer recruit ti ed from the strongest men In the t 1IV Fletcher lowered the worlds automobile one mile record one see powermachine45 seconds Members of the Chicago Commercial club who went to Cuba two weeks ago to study the resources of that island I have returned enthusiastic over the of the new republic tFA Falkenburg bead counselor the Woodmen of the World died of a ccomplication of nervous and kidney I troubles at Los Angeles Cal Marguerite 16 and Mamie 5 daugh ters of EtUan Brewer a farmer living bume4todeathFire partly destroyed the Brevoort houses Chicago causing a loss of JlOO 000 to the building and hotel furnish ings and forciBg 150jruests to make a hurried departure Three Bremen wore injured 4 I An entire brigade of the New len cey National guard will participate in the inaugural parade and will serve as the personal escort of Gov Stokes Secretary Hitchcock recommends j the reduction of the amount of Osage 1 Indian lands in Oklahoma covered by oil leases from upwards of 1500000 acres to 680000 acres Alexander Mead a colored man 116 Tears old died at Toledo 0 Mead was bora in slavery October 24 1789 p l1 arl dYrlver In GGreenup county kentucky Braaca societies of the Red Cross t j are to be organized la each state and territory S Aflei gale raged in Northern In highertra Railway traf7 fic was almost paralyzed NYIZtY vessels will be added to Ja pans naval strength as a result of salvage operations at Port Arthur in veseelsc Co has noti Bed the navy department that the armored cruiser Washington will be launched la Camdem N J March 18 Reports tell of lessor life and tre samdotM damage to property In the country aresad Hattiesburg Miss Tlwr weather was the coldest ever known Jn those parts A jsroup of Russian cavalry has ap thelrAreeelver was appointed for the A Haas ft Sons Pants Co St Louis one eT the eldest tablfakedInt1sln the 4 city Meyers RottwcUId a wellknown c raee track Hm or Chicago cpnralt tea wrfcjsfe at a hotel in Los Angeles Griste a ioteprevHiiig for the establish alI1ateelJirelBery was pass the Kansas bowe a vote of 19t 1 we The bill hadilrendy passed r tX LPZ r l t lefHll powers of an archbishop of J a CaCholIc church were vest i li I t Jt1Xe v1I811rTXoet1erat d 1 tTstir eMbedral Cincinnati when iIf 1 Caidisal 8J1ace4CvelJtIit rJ skaldm Ila plain woolen ha4thel 1i 1 s t cI 4 f 1 l i If L trf I 1I J J l J r = 4 Jr f 12 Jr 6 ill s r rr iC 3 r J J ji 7 jijVX jforaca Boise of Iowa IsI ellIy HI at Hot Springs I he went for his health VtJ neso minister had a long with Secretary Hay After jnt Casslnl called This has fy r ace talk fclflc mall steamship Korea the Orient with a cargo of IntV y Japanese government d States district attorneys and J 11s received an order from At General Moody prohibiting r any of their employes from Ly kind of work before WtLjeglslature i entire detachment of Japanese rsnlry which had destroyed the rail away bridge between Mukden and Har eaalrythave refused quarters and fought until the last man was killed Tho Japanese began a heavy can nonading on the Russian right flank near Mukden and the firing continued all through the next day It Is thought the Japanese are preparing for a genera attack- The presidents message transmit ting to the senate the new Santo Do mingo protocol was read at an execu tire session The subject of the Mon roe doctrine Is discussed at some length especially as regards the rcla tlons of the United States to the republics of the south The pardon board granted a contin uance of 30 days in the ease of Mrs Kato Edwards who had been sentenc ed to hang for the murder of her husband at Reading Pa Her colored par amour Samuel Greason was granted a rehearingAt N J when the at tempt was made to hang Frank Rts inger the rope broke and Ralsinger dropped to the ground The fall broke his neck Nearly 300 Filipinos comprising the battalion of Philippine scouts who have been at the Worlds fair for nearly a year left St Louis In a special train for Fort Thomas Ky A movement is on foot to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln on February 12 1909 Surrounded by his family Gen Lew Wallace author of Ben Hur one time minister to Turkey and veteran of the Mexican and civil wars died at his home In Crawfordsvllle Ind aged 78 years The health of Gen Wallace has been waning for several years A diamond weighing 324 carats has been discovered in South Africa in the vicinity of the place where the Jargest diamond ever unearthed was recently found To successfully tight the trusts with In its borders a constitutional conven Lion may be called to broaden the powers of the Kansas legislature The house committee on military affairs authorized a favorable report on a Joint resolution providing that union and confederate battleflags In the custody of the war department shall be returned to the proper author Itles in the states where regiments were organized The president has ordered an in vestigation of the Standard Oil Co In a letter to Commissioner of Corporations Garfield the president outlined his views and ordered that the inves tlpation be rigid and comprehensive If the senate does not pass the Townsend rate bill at this session the president will surely call an extra see slon of congress in the fall to wrestle with the problem Jay Cooke 83 whose fame as a nancier is worldwide died at the home cf his soninlaw Charles D Barj ney at Ogontz a suburb of Philadel phla Upon the pressure of President Cas tro the court has ordered the sequestration of the landed property of thti American Asphalt Co in VenezuelaI A United States squadron of 14 war ships will visit Havana on March 10 Funds with which to prosecute the inquiry Into the methods of the Stand ard OH Co In Kansas were naked of the house by Secretary Mctcalf of the department of commerce and labor For the first time in history the leg islative wheels of the government were stilled for a portion of a day to pay tribute to a womans memory The occasion was the formal accept ance by congress from the state of Illinois of a statue of Frances Eo Wil lard the first national president of thej Womens Christian Temperance Union The final signing of the British par eels post treaty is a source of consld enable gratification to officials in Washington and a substantial increase in the volume of postal business is ex pected to follow Dr W a Halnes and O W Lewke who have been analyzing the stomach and liver of Mrs Marie WelkerHoch the latest alleged victim of Johann Hoch declared definitely that the worn ans death was due to arsenical pol- lsoning A resolution introduced in the Kan sas legislature provides for a vote of the people in 1906 on the que8tiont of calling a constitutional The new constitution would be expect ed to be very strongly against trusts Health Officer Spratling at Cristo bal canal zone states positively lhat it has not been shown that yellow fever does exist or has existed in Colon since July 1 Three carloads of statuary and other plaster works of art sent by tbeI recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition Co for use in the inaugural ceremonies have arrived in WasblngtonI Snow to the depth of from three to five feet fell In Northwestern Pennsylvania A bill for the establishment of a state oil refinery has been introduced In the Colorado legislature s Daniel H McCarthy at one time one of tb9 best known cartoonists in the country is dead in NewlYork of heart ttouble President and Mrs Robsevelts reception to tho army and navy the last of the formal evening social lev ees at the white house for the season of 1905 was the largest and most bril liant this season Gen Stalkenberg and three Russian Infantry colonels were wounded in the fighting on the tfun river Seventeen Chinese have been ar rested at Mukden charged with being Japanese spies Letters of administration were granted on the estate of George E Smith known In racing circles as Pittsbnrg Phil to his mother Eliza beth Downing of Allegheny county Pennsylvania and to Walter Keyes Estate valued at iG26o6o In spite of Emperor Nicholas per sonal inclination In favor of the zems ley zabor as Intimated to Count Leo Deonovitch Tolstoi the imperial de cisioB to summon his parliament has not yet been taken The United States cruiser Galveston was placed in commission at Norfolk V L i tt 2t iIio s oS l f 7i 1 P 4fr i I Business failures in the United States for the week ending February t 16 nun er 243 as against 207 last t week 231 In the like week in 1904 and 188 In 1903 The president favors tho building of three new battleships Instead of two as the bill in congress now stands Charles E Rogers a wealthy lumber dealer of Brooklyn was instantly killed by falling down the hatchway of the steamer Cuzza while he was In specting a cargo of mahogany The final meeting for this congress of the house committee on merchant marine and fisheries was held A bill was favorably acted on abolishing the requirement for licensed mates on sail ling vessels The navy department has awarded contracts to Llnd Co of New York and McCall of Baltimore for the transportation of 60000 tons of coal to the naval stations at jCavlte Philippine Islands Representatives of about 60 crude petroleum producing companies met in Chicago and took the first steps toward tho formation of an organization which they declarowlll be of national strength Inside of a year According to reports In circulation tho Dowager Empress of Russia has received a threatening letter warning her that she will be tho next victim Christopher W Bergen former con gressman from New Jersey Is dead at his home in Havreford a suburb of Philadelphia aged 64 President Roosevelt lias not aban doned his idea of obtaining with the leading powers of the world definite comprehensive and effective agreements as to a scheme of international arbitrationMrs Wcstover died at Wyo cena Vis in her 105th year Her father assisted in the capture of Fort Tlconderoga under Ethan Allen Fifteen thousand members of organ ized labor in Colorado will assemble in Denver March 2 when the legisla ture is scheduled to act on the report of tho committee1 tbat has been inves tigating the claims of Adams and Pea body to the govcrnshlp of Colorado FErn men were killed and 13 Injured In an accident on No 2 slope of No1 colliery of the Lyttle operation at Pottsvilh Pa by a fall of top rock while a gunboat loaded with 18 men on their way to work was going down the shaft Five people were burned to death In a dwelling house at Howe Brook plan tation about 50 miles north of Island Falls Me The Mexican government has ap pointed a commission of artillerymen to make a report on a new explosive Invented by a New York man who has offered the exclusive use thereof to MexicoMidshipman Samuel Westray Battle of the second class at the naval acad emy and a son of Surgeon Samuel W Battle U S N retired of Asheville N C hopped dead in the Annapolis accdemy Rt Rev William E McLaren Prot estant Episcopal bishop of Chicago died in New York Ills death was due to heart failure According to a dispatch from Muk den special reports have been received at the place stating the surrender of Port Arthur occurred against the wishes of most officers of the garrison J Is Crawford president of the Peoples Coal Co Scranton Pa died at his winter home in Indian River Fla He was well known in anthracite trade and was prominent among the operators during the last strike Field Marshal Oyama reports that the Russians are continuing their defense works in all directions They continued to shell portions of the Ja panese lines The Symes block Denver Col a threestory structure occupied by stores and offices was destroyed by fire entailing a loss estimated at 300 000Seven business houses were con sumed at Tyler Tex entailing a loss estimated at f150000 John B Blackhawk 26 a full blood ed Winnebago Indian just returned home from the Carlisle Indian school has eloped with and married Olive Hart the 19yearold daughter of a Ponder Neb physician Ono person was killed two others were injured and several narrowly escaped as the result of the collapse of a ruined building in West Fourteenth street Chicago President Roosevelt sent a message of condolence to the Czar over the murder of his uncle Grand Duke Ser gins The Japanese navy department announces the seizure of tbe British steamer SHvlana bound for Vladivos tok with Cardiff coal The placo where the seizure was made is not stated in the dispatch The strike situation in SL Petersburg Is growing menacing It has assumed the form of a lockout the Putl oft Iron works the FrancoRussian works the Russ ADlerlcan rubber works and a few smaller concerns hay ag discharged all their employes with he notice that the works will be shutdown indefinitely throwing out thousands of workmen Sir Chentung LiangCheng the Chi nese minister presented to President Roosevelt an oil painting of the Dowager Empress of China Robert L Archer has been detailed for duty on the post office and courthouse building at Huntington W Va as superintendent of construction Ennis R Austin has been detailed as superintendent of construction on the postoffice building now being erected at Richmond Ind Dr G H Smith has been appointed pension examining surgeon at Newcastle Ind vice Dr E E Kirk reigned Secretary Shaw estimates that for the year ending June 30 1906 it will cost 9000000 to collect the customs and this amount is asked for The navy department Juts decided to forego the usual winter maneuvers of the combined fleets In the CarIb- bean this year Tbe Inaugural committee is making substantial progress In its work Some 162085 has been subscribed to the guaranty tuna and all of it has been paid in- Russian ministers and the czar are discussing the advisability of estab lishing a cohesive cabinet The National Association of Ma chinery Supply Dealers was organized by machinery supply men ot northern tate between New York and Mllwau keeWilliam Cullen Bryant the publisher of the Brooklyn Times antf secretary of the American Newspaper Publishers association died at a sanitarium In Plalnfield N J- Experiments were made between ParJfa and London with a new rapid telegraphic apparatus The inventors Fay that the instrument can transmit 40000 words an hour with the help of six clerks 4 s I v i l Y y f III i M IEATHt Grand rus1ie1e of the Cr Assassinated A Bomb Thrown Under Hit Carriage Exploded Tearing the Victims Body Into Ghastly Fragments Littering the Snow Moscow Feb 18 Within tho walls of the farfamed Kremlin palace and almost underneath the historical tower from which Ivan the Terrible watched the heads of his enemies fall- Ing beneath the ax on the famous Red square and within a stones throw of the great bell of Moscow Grand Duke SergluB uncle and brotherinlaw of Emperor Nicholas and tho chief of the reactionaries met a terrible death Tho deed was committed by a single terrorist who threw beneath tho car riage of the grand duke a bomb charg ed with the same high power explo sire which wrought Minister von PIck veH death The mltsllo was packed with nails and fragments of Iron and its explosion tore the imperial victim body to ghastly fragments which strewd the snow for yards aroundThe assassin belongs to the noted fighting group of the socialist revo lutionary party which has removed other prominent officials and long since passed sentence of death upon Grand Duke Scrgius The grand duke knew that he stood In the shadow of deathWhen the dukes carriage was in front of the courts of justice where the walls of the triangle approach forming a narrow entrance to the Nikolsky gate a man clad In work mans attire stepped forward from the sidewalk and threw a bomb which he had concealed beneath his coat A terrlb explosion followed and a hall of iron pelted the grim stone walls of the arsenal and courts of justice A thick cloud of smoke snow and debris arose When it had cleared a ghastly sight was presented On the snow lay fragments of the body of Grand Duko Sergius mingled with the wreck of the carriage The grand dukes head had been torn from his body and reduced to a shapeless pulp and the trunk and limbs were frightfully man gled A finger bearing a rich seal ririgi waskfgiind lying jseven l yards away away The crimson tint and sicken- Ing smell of blood were everywhere Only a few fragments of cloth indicated that the body had been once clothed The coachman lay moaning with pain beside a deep hole in the pavement The horses dragging the front wheels of the carriage hd dashed off maddened with pain to sink dy- Ing before they reached the gate Police officials rapidly gathered but before anything could be done towards collecting the scattered fragments of the body Grand Duchess Elizabeth drove up In an open carriage She had dropped her work at the headquarters of tho Red Cross and sped to the scene of the crime without waiting to don her outer wraps She broke down entirely at the sight and dropped to her knees sobbing bitterly The assassin was thrown to the ground and stunned by the force of the explosion but he quickly arose and ran toward the gate attempting to escape His haste and the blood streaming from lila face where ho had been wounded by fragments of the bomb attracted the attention of a ser geant of police who seized him before he could draw his revolver The man did not deny his crime but on the contrary gloried in its success St Petersburg Feb 20It has now been definitely decided that the remains of Grand Duke Sergius will not be brought to St Petersburg for the present but will be placed in a temporary receiving vault of the cloister of the Chaudoff monastery to await the completion of alterations now in progress In the Romanoff mausoleum In the cathedral of St Peter and St Paul where the permanent Interment will occur among the tombs of hi ancestors On account of lack of space in the mausoleum it was decid ed last year henceforth to bury only rulers of the dynasty in the old mau soleum and a new sepulchre in the new wing of the cathedral is now be- Ing built for other members of the imperial family So grave Is the danger of a repetition of the Moscow tragedy that sev eral of the grand dukes have not stir red out of their palaces since the murder and Instead of going to Tsarsko Selo to attend the requiem ere they have participated in special services held in the chapels of their own pal aces This was the case as regards the Grand Dukes Vladimir and Alexis A special requiem also was held In the winter palace that Gov Gen Tre poff might attend Gen Trepoff Is known to be under sentence by the fighting organization cf the social revolutionists and sofar as con be ascer tained has not left his quarters in the jpalace since the assassination of Grand Duke Sergius The Strike Spreading St Petersburg Feb lBThe strike is extending About 6400X employes of the Nevsky thread works joined In the movement The strikers now total about 30000 The temper of the men Is more threatening and Cossacks have been called out Appeals For Peace St Petersburg Feb lBThe Em press of Russia has received from the women of Moscow an address piteously appealing to her as a woman and a mother to use her Influence with the emperor to secure peace Confessed To Be Being Bribed London Feb 18The Dally Mall pubishes a story to the effect that a Russian noncommissioned officer has tonfessedbe was bribed to put a loaded shell in saluting gun on the occa lion of the blessing of the waters of the Neva Death of Dr J X Grannie Say rook Ct Feb 1Dr John H Qrannis said to have been the first union soldier to enter the town of Gettysburg at the time of the battle died here aged 60 He served in the ranks during the civil war Sylvester Scovela Remain New York Feb 18on board the steamer Havana which arrived from Havana was the body of Sylvester Scovel who died recently in Havana Mrs Scovel and C Scovel a brother accompanied the body which will betaken to his home In Ohio for burial Pipe Lines Common Carriers Topeka Kan Feb 18The Kansas house without dissenting vote pass ed the bill making oil pipe lines common carriers This is the second of the series of Mils directed against the Standard Oil Co Jr t i itt Ie i 4J i I e Passing of Old Vermont Stock There were three marriages six births and 22 deaths in town last year gloomy look certainly So says the newspaper correspondence of one of our Vermont towns It is Indeed a gloomy look Not only is the old stock dying out but there is no infusion of new Think of the proportion of births to deaths Where one child is born in this Vermont community there are four deaths Little wonder that the states population is practically at a standstill Barre Times Had to Keep His Eyes Open There is an ancient mendicant long known to those who go through Vesey street to the North river ferries New York city who has lately laid away his Pity the Blind sign from his wheezy little organand now helps pick up waste paper and fruit skins in the JerseyCity justhadmess atallSuccess Magazine Mosquito Congress The unpopularity of the mosquito does not decrease with the lap eof time The delegates attending the PanAmerican Medical congress In Panama early in January unanimously declared that con sidering that the mosquito is the chief if not the only means of contagion of yellow fever It Is resolved to recommend to the countries represented at this congress to exterminate mosquitoes Youths Companion i Rivets in Steamships playInsteamships is well Illustrated by the fact that in the new Cunard liner Caronla the largest ship ever constructed in Great Britain no fewer than 1800000 rivets were used the total weight represented being about tons The great er part of the riveting work was done by hydraulic power True Heroism The hero fears not that if he withheld the avowal of a Just and brave act it will go unwitnessed and unloved One knows IthlmselCand is pledged by it to sweetness of peace and to nobleness of aim which will prove In the end a better proclamation of it than the reeling of the incident Emerson fitEazfoh One of the most remark p instances of ereditary office among solicitors is that of acting undcrsheriff for the city of London Mr Tufnell Burchell sits Ut his sheriffs court in Red Lion square on the bench that his father grandfather and greatgrandfather successively occu pledSt James Gazette Greyhound Fastest Hunters of big game used at one Unit to say that there was a species of ante lope in South Africa which could escape any dog bul a test made with two good greyhounds proved this assertion un true So far as is known a greyhound is the fastest animal on earth Striking an Average The pay Is shockingly small for some of our public officials said the broad minded man Yes answered the cynic but it av erages up Some of the public officials payWashington Getting Ahead of Nero Nero had just given orders for the burning of Rome How lovely exclaimed his wife I awayHerewithwhile he hunted for his fidtlleN Y Sun Cheerful Charity Misable folks aint half so charitable as happy ones and I dont believe five dollars from one of em would go half so fur or be half so comfortin as a kind word straight out of a cheerful heart L M Alcott The Versatile Grip TJie grip has 17 forms and when a man gets rid of it in one shape it comes back in another It is never safe forhim to knock on wood ana say he Is cured for it will hear and come back Atch ison Globe Parasite Thrives The parasitic enemy of the codling moth recently brought from Europe and now being experimented with in Call fornla is thriving there greatly under the care of the state horticultural commission Vengeful Veteran A former army officer plays a hand organ on the streets of Sheffield and be tween Umes lectures on the methods of the British war office whlch he says reduced him topenury MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Feb 18 CATTLE Common J2 75 4 00 Heavy steers 4 85 5 25 CALVESExtra P 7 50 HOGSCh packers 5 10 5 15 Mixed packers 4 95 5 05 SHEEP Extra 5 30 5 40 LAMBSExtra 7 75 FLOURSpring pat 6 20 6 451 WHEAT No 2 red 118 1 20 No3 winter 1 09 CORNNo2 mixed 4- 7OATSNo2 4 mixed 33 4 OATSNo2 mixed 33 3- 3RYENo 2 84 87 HAYCh timothy 12 50 PORKClear mess 14 10 LARD Steam 6 87 I BUTTERCh dairy 20 Choice creamery 34 APPLESChoice 2 75 3 25 POTATOES Per bbl 1 50 1 60 TOBACCONew 5 00 1300 Old 4 50 14 75- Chicago FLOURWinter pat 50 5 20 123V2No3CORNNo2 mixed 44 r- OATSNo2 mixed 30 3- 1RyENo2 76 PORKMess 12 65 12 70 LARD Steam 6 72 6 75 New York FLOURWin strts 5 50 5 85 WHEATNo2red 1 24 CORNNo 2 mixed 50 OATSNo 2 mixed 37 38 RYE Western 80 PORKFamily i 14 50 1500 LARD Steam 7 20 Baltimore CATTLESteersv 3 50 4 50 3 25 3 75 LAMBSSpring 5 50 6 50 CALVES Choice 8 75 9 00 HOGS Dressed 6 tI 675 Louisville WHEAT No 2 redr 1 17 CORN No 2 mixed 47 OATSNo 2 mixed T 34 PORKMess 11 00 LARDPure steamr 6 60 ftTHnapoll WHEAT No 2 red I CORNNo2 mixed A 45 OATS No 2mixfcd 43 1 t r J r j vp r 4i t N Pdi TS ON APPENDICITIS lersey Soool Superintendent Turns locS onVermiform Mis information tumpedintnrybodytakeIn an aristocratic New Jersey suburb publicschoolsin physiology was bein demon trateol trUctionitsformationillumination When the lesson was iinixhetl the super importantbeen explained atthethe vertebral column which in called aUheardwhichispendix An operation for appendicitis meana an amputation of this useless ap pendix There is a new superintendent of public Jerseytowna NEW ORLEANS WINE CELLAR Fine After Dinner Tale That Lacked the Element of Geographical Experience A lady newly arrived in Washington of great wealth was at S a few nights thebrandVashInjttonHow can you do itIhe was asked Oh she replied I was born in New Orleans you know and was raised there When was a slip of a girl my father used to take me down into great wine cellar dustybotUesdown in those gloomy caves After the dinner the hostess said to her husband Wasnt it interesting to hear Mrs SoandSo tell her fathers wine cellarsGreat cried the brutal husband fineYouOrleansBin a Favorite Instrument The tout enoemble of that orchestra ja Ntvrichlthink You bet it is responded Mr Newrich fellerthats lenlandS THE NEIGHBORS ALL USE THEM NOW Quick Csr of Rheumatism br Dodd Kidney IHla Howr Tbejr Sawed the ShoP of si Kainaaa Blaek amltaCare Vrnn Per xnnuent Too x Goodland Kan Jcb 20thSpecial So quick ana coropleii was tore of N E Albertson a bafik niita tiiat it almost seems like a mind He had Rheumatism so bad he feared be would have toJlie uahti shop One hf1 Tvf jj Kidney Pills drove away ak the returnedspeakingI hail Rheumatism in shoulders and arms for year Part of the time it nightlyto give up my blacksmith shop I oneboxthem I have not had the Rheumatism since A of the neighbors are using dds Kidney PiUs since they saw how they cured me The chief trouble with the man designed by nature for the mallpotato con tingent liel in the fact that he will per list in fancying that he 1in the soma pumpkin set Judge CUTICURA PILLS For Coollnsr and Cleanalnar the Blood 1m Torturing DlaflsnrlaK Humor GO Chocolate FlUe 2Se Cuticura Resolvent Pills chocolate ccated are the of tweatyfire rears practical laboratory experience in the yieparationof remedies for the treatment the skin scalp and blood belevedpurifiers however expensive Complete everthumor theuinandcleansesufficient to cure- The are on the war path in Bamar This is the first outbreak that has occurred in the Jones family for over 40 yean Minneapolis Timea Million In Oats Bakers New National Oats yielded in Mich 240 bu in Mo 255 bu in N D 310 Eu and in 30 otler states from 150 to 300 bu per acre Now this Oat if generally grown in 1905 will add millions of bushels to the yield and millions of dol lars to the farmers purse I ilQfIDW I growslikebushels and more per acre Its the biggest yielder on earth Salzer Speltz Beardless Barley Macaroni Wheat pea Oat Billion Dollar Grass and Earliest Cane are money makers for you Mr farmer JUST SEM vms KOTICC AD lOc In stamps to John A Saber Seed Co La Crosse Wis and receive their big catalog and lots of farm seed samples K L Between pretending toMwbatwe are not and not to be what we are we are upIlprarancesPuck Special Excursions to Southwest Feb 7 and 21 March 7 and 21 1005 Via Kansas City Southern Railway LakeCharlesRffortickets goingliterature describing The Land of CBarding these excursions write to S G RyKansas scaleHisahyphenWuhington Shake toYour Shoes Allens FootEase It cures painful swollen smarting sweating feet new shoes easy Sold by illl Drugista and Shoe Stores Don t any substitute Sample FREE Address A S Olmsted Le Roy N Y Some of us are too apt to confuse interestChicagoTribune S A Guaranteed Cure for Piles orProtrudlnltPUesYOUl UIXTMEST falls to cure in 6 to 14 days SOc If you aint ot nothin in the world to say an have jest got to say it say itquickan have it Over with Judge f a7j f it i + 9C2 s 1jE 4 Af t AliEALTHY OLD AGE OffTHEBESTPARTOFLFE Help for Women Pawing Throob Change of Life nerall1our MrsMaryKoehne Nervous exhaustion invites disease This statement is tire positive truth When everything becomes a burden and you cannot walk a few blocks with out excessive fatigrue and you break yourfaceshaky at the least provocation and anythinghave given out you need building up at once I To build up woman nervous system and during the period of change of life we know of no better medicine than Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Here is an illustration Mrs Mary L Koehne 371 Garfield Avenue Chicago Ill writes PinkhamIVegetableCompotJoo never disappoints so felt that I was nearingthechongeof life I commenced treat ment with it took in all about six bottles and it did me a great deal of good It stopped dizzy spells pains in back headaches with which I baLlsuffered for months before taking the I greaimedlcinealive today It U splendid for women old or youne and will surely cure all female diacr Mrs Pinlcham of Lynn Mass in vites all sick and ailing women to write her for advice Her great experience is at their service free of co- stStrawherry and Vegetable Dealers CentralRatiroaddescrtbC4Ibocountryfor laddressrequesung a copy of flrenUrXoU- J r MBKHTi AntOcnllarApilL 1PATENTS fr tnlaOh i tV t referf T2OJ UALU CO Box X Wubircica J r I= it 1 61c jr f jC 14 s4j f 1 s4rJO c4 Zr4 e 2 s1Zm4 v T sP uIl I Idrk JJs fe a IG p shirt c vrs are boo totw j4 5 the f u rejuli af the pmiTS Extract Coal wood water hay In abundance schools churches markets couTenient Apply for Information to SCPIRISTIXDIST IJUIIQBATIOX Ottawa Canada or to UM 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your coffee loose by the pound hovr can you expect purity and uniform quality t lION COFFEE teu tf- M All PACKAGE COFFEES Is ei ABBUor 1m qvalMy strength awl flavor Fer ffBt A cAm OF A CDnWY DON ceFFFZVhas bees tae standard cetfce ta mI el boes r 00LION COFFEEI caretaHy sk at oar factories smd Grata opened la yo home k no ekance ci being auI 1 ter le l or of coming fat coataetIiirf 11 dirt erma or macltmM kausday In each package of LION COFFEE you get ons fullVpoundof Pure Coffee Insist upon gettingrtho genuine V4 Lion head on every package Save the Lionheads for valuable premiumsVSOLD BY GROCFJRS EVERYWHERE WOOLSOU SICE CO Toledo Ohio YOURE NEEDEDThe section traversed br the Missouri Kansas Texas Ry Is very comprehen live Prom St Louis lanntbai or Kaiisas City to Galveston or Saix Antonio a stretch of over one thousand mites of territory capable of sustaining a population many times that of the present A thousand of various degrees of err tility a wonderful produce of plants and crops oil gas and minerals are to be found Peopled by eager pushing wideawake citizens who believe in the future of the SouthVwest and see the virtue of encouraginccnlerprisesof every description and of getting more and better facilities the opportunity is apparent The Southwest is realty iu nerd or nothing save people More men are needed jrooV nmodmd There are vast areas of unimproved land land not jieldiaz the crops of which it is capable The same thing in a different is true ok the towns Pew lines of business are adequately represented There are openings for mfltsandVmanufacturing plants small stores banks newspapers and lumber yards The oil and fields of Kansas Indian Territory andOklahoma are practically new and offer won derful opportunities for development along commercial lines THE OPPORTUNITY IS NOW Tile M K t T has no lands for sale we are simply interested the npbnildlnff of the country We believe in tbe Southwest and know that with its present anu ioDportnnitien the prospects are brighter and the future more hopeful than in the older and more densely popuiateStates We want you to invrstigate conthtlons and satisfy yourself of the truthfulness of this On February 7th and 21st and March 7th and 21st tbe M K T Ky Qliiiwilt sell excursion tickets from St Louis Hannibal and Kansas City to Indian Territory Oklahoma and Round TripCentral and Eastern Texas at You should take advantage of this opportunity to see the Southwest for jonrself We are in possession of all sorts of information valuable alike to the investor and bomeseeker If you are interested tell us what you want how much you have to invest and we wiH gladly furnIsh the information c Write today for a copy of our book Business Chances Its free Address t CL0QGg4O 6 P TA Io 912Y St tosis Mo t wsiu r ie aitt caii it c HrBeWSHaBXPA4ea lra tio Bailaia Oucimmua OfcU awavC 0VP9V5 INCHESTS 4RIFLE PISTOL CARTRIDGES 0 Its the shots that hit that count WinchesterV tRif1c and Pistol Cartridges in all calibers hit that is theyshoot accurately and strike a good hard peneVtrating blow This is the land of cartridges you will get ifyou insist on having the timetried Winchestermakd 4 ALT DEALERS SELL WINCHESTER MAKE OP CARTRIDGES iV I A- sV For j Marvel o- fRelief JACOBSLumbago LLdSciaticaVV ti Ir- ir llaf gal a t- J 4L L t 7 0 f1 i Z4 rOo t tH H t I Jfrt1jh 9 wlJ lrYi I It l LI q 1LJfl 00ti r b t i V 1EYI 7V C II1L y 1M ADVANeE1 4 f t itress all comthufljefltIOfl8 to SutJonN W 1IoAIiR OwngeviUe- KyIsr address should always give previous Ir address when vtrltlrtg Iulon a J pltratosllp of poper f IkY No comniission Is allowed to nnyI 1 5 i9yon luUs Ip112ne IlI jflE OoTtook one year I for one dollar six months rorahtyI t j 1cnttbrco tiionths for thirty five IS cent8 f1THURSDAY FEB 23 190 t r tJL ANNOUNCEMENT iA t FOR REPRESENTATIVE 1 I wore 8 thorlxed to announcbe 1 a CbniE Dvtyof M a can I ilate Mr teelection as Repre enta tive from BaSh and Rowan rotin ltieB uoltn the actidh of the 1e Democratic patty r u J I l i IrTeldy success In clipping CIItilcsj1 z YOUR UncIoSnuie is a husky old cliapbut when he bucksuguinst cthe Staiidard Ol Co he encounters the moit ditlicult proposiiioH he IeertackIettA GRAND Dftte SERRIUS uncle of the xttrwal blown to pieces by n k Miomb thrown bya revolutionist ICIworst tryunt among Russian oil cllst THE University of Pennsylvania Jhss conferred the dtgree of dOttnr tlSmany N iwftho luwe got sicLu Doctor William can physic u Onish t AxD ncnln the Burlor Tibucco Grow sAssoclutionis prolloulIlCd jL A1N just when tho pulic had coD ted that it wusn JtOIlIC f Nearly everybody wjhejj4 su jt UutVtheirfaithia Igbty weak fir th3inrthe gameni r beIilra 4i theft huMnees TJiis measure jtltioiofeouffle but the Standard Co is for it tOI4lI ITiIIiIlup with J Edward A d th dick alhbitiitn tn be U S Senator t from Delaware if it Is true that his a dIiA empty nt last Addle ks l 1vfihntjt his barl is HB helplesi ns a I t lawless cat in the ultimate fire t 1 worhs Diiport the powder maker sSboelected- y THE Standard Oil Co the most t ruthless monopoly in the United J Statev is under fire Iron the Fedv feral authorllicfebesidoBlvaiisas and IexAi State aUthnritles 0th f jStatet threaten to take acti ng H ptlt5 Li has lived by t ndjbeikmournerst r rictly int teited in it Is pow err ls glgsutc and it uses cagiant r TOE trusts rind nnpoliDre i rloing v etly quire w Ii I iiiWardi focinlism than tho1ooial r lt traders The till to enable the I r i r1 IriterstateCommercoCommlssioier helminglyUj the Honse without regard to political divIsIon Is a ong step toward state Pocialism but it was c oieod by the railroad k granting to th trusts concoseions tienied ordinary shippers f TOE House of Representatives adopted n teeolution- rrqueitfng President Roosevelt d Mhvestigate the petroleum buin z hf the country The President compliedby directing Jauies A Uurdeld Commissioner Corpor ationl of the of CtJm 4 nBierceandLflbiir to begin the work t I immediately Of course that nirane r that the Standard Oil Uoe metli i odVwill be iftniier officIo inquiry i That raohnrioly and its ttuckhold 4 erRarelordingTvthrerthenatOiiile OtvU45Gt this alleged fjl ness of I S Jiliiglitrute Edwards the hearing sf thejuestjou of the ayctte Clrc giscftr r a stffied Iot Satudny tilt next b 25 The Circuit ij Saturduy Curt of BrAatliitl county conven c id V U feared ty the r jJtasecutlon tbatihe Hargtr party j wiH have thcraselves Hfed idmd cleared in the BreathiittCnIrtbb- i 1balifdr4titall the action of the a Iuitsieotta jbrdj titio same bffcnP i CORRESPONDENCE Uki r y1ng1nhet5iI Vicebought atiorre of Wari AjenRii4ers fur fifty fcteen dollars andig1fL 8undaYJtr f 7foUryoHBgtM n ridif one hnrws r YrdfJ13Tsppdloseda ifngi inrachjrfol Sundaynlgbt He bad good Mhool end a number ol visi 1 tons estl ecesingtMIcisie Day of sherburne 1 is i4Ug JlercoullnlMIse8 Bei St aughert bd her vferJsw 35 1 c i r dc 4jIr j iJ SAAaoL r Flat Oracle Mri Chins Myers is Improving r Edward Sinoot is tn the IckI ht Str1 fr tn hero attended ourtI 111 Sterling MondayofMisses MiirjrSnedegar and PennJMnrklund of lrickly Aili spentan ndas with M 1 Mary OlympiadaI OIrwtn Fred Sles tier is on the aick listbCjde Young has been very pickI t is much better nUlIW W Ilainseycii Winchester 1of enmo Monday to visit friends SlitnTrencoM Latnpand vta called on cnGraves Sunday eve thJameswas here last week his sis ic sorLate Smith returned to Coving ton Wednesday after three weeks stay with his parents at SourSpring Butt Clark and wife returned to their home ut Cuvingtn Thursday aftrru several weeks stay nt the TguhraaherWest End- Steven Warner is very sick We understand Suit Lick is to have a CannlflgplnfltS Sum Wills lost ICOW Monday night frocen to deathwE Stone nnd Howard Pienmll have gone into the butcher business ut Sam Wills T A OM Whetstone Piersall has rented u turin in Clark county and will move March 1 J RHatlkld hits moved toRowan county One of Rowans best cit i zenc Leo Corn has moved to Hat llicldl1plllce F C Nickel is still alive His children hud been telegraphed fur and all are at liia bedside but two who arc in the West rRohert Dicker on was herA Sot tdO collecting school tux Wo probably shin II have something to SI y concerning it later- Springfield re1aywnnIwere in Mt Sterling Saturday Chailio llnvd of Jo vaa the guest of W A lloyd Sunday isitdIa C E Smnthers bought some Hover hay row Barclay Urns ut S per ton T- On account of thecol1vcathtr the farmers of community lie losing r great tinny luuibs A tobncejs buyer was through tho neighborhood teat we kobut the farmers would not cell WH1 Coy wood went to Winches tor Friday to attend the funeral his out Mrs Slattia dera of Louis James Jones and James Rails bought 79 shocks of corn from Mrs Sarah Thomas at150 per s hockmMIa s Fannie Glovers school closed Thursday Miss Glover Kill be very trchmieed in this nrnnunty rr1Grang City Jnhnhio McRobcrts and Robert Hawkins returned last week Ir Illinois alter an extended stay Mrs J R CiitCiglit nnd sister Mies Lizzie Bradley attended rcccjfftan fef their brother Thou Bradley at the homo of Mrs Bruce Snedegar at Wyoming D Band LB Kissicfc sold tb crop of tobacco to Ka tliiT Bros flu per Ib Ai D Rawlings and Albert Gray sold UHr crop at 7 and Walter Grays ut 7c While Mrs Mat Newman Aras tweepingher porch recently she fell down four steps and broke hers Hra Just below the shoulder Joi ivt She is suffering very witch Theflalo of Y SGraywns wen attended considering die veuther pricesHe theirISregret see thmgo as they will be mis by everyone especially in the relh gious work Best wishes go with bem ralgsIDogs killed a nice hog Cor Claud Warren here last week Amy Toy was the guest ofSar t Alice Ferguson Sunday- Itoyt Warrehboughtsome c tH t Tliichtr at2ijier barn visitI1In MaysvhhieSMiss LUlls Toy who has been staying with her sister Mrs Joln Clurk at Preston returned home Sunday DuVid Goodpaster boiight of Jim Goodpaster aluiitisonind lot fur hundred h U irs It is known as t he Ens0rp1aie Mark Ulery and wife who are ia here from Illinois spent Sat urday night and Sunday with Jim Mo Cartyand IawUy Mrs Emmie Warreb and Mrs Lillie Wllrrripe the guests of Thomas McGlotbin and fOI1lIyht 5theTOE Sica TJiopaa McCarty is sIck Mrs Mary Sexton iisick Little Mary Ann Sexton very sick tvitri mumps necyJitnieAhice tie1renia retur totheir1oJDe in Franklin county Saturday ingbi01night and Sunday We iivecured him to preach Here the third tu lIynltbtund Sunday in Ij very mr 5nth for tie dpniingyear u b 1TIi 1f f I sama f rmI ii YJJ rK a r r Mrs John K Joneais complain Mrs Richard Ferguson has been poorly Btithr Toy is better of hlsllttuck rheumatism nines Snedegar bought a crw d calf of Allen Spenco for 30 We have hail another very cold ck It was tome warmer Sun y Eggs are 25 cent a dozen nnd te 25 cents a pound and scarce that There is an lee gorge in the ford 5Slatefrom any communication west of atmi Creek Ira Nester the oldest man in this neighborhood by ten yettrsrnr e blockade of ice in Slate Creek turday and crossed safe find thundMidland City JIlist John Myers lost a valuable milch cow lust week Sherman Teal of Farmers is the est of Elbert and Willie Myers Mr Salyerff and Mr Caskey of West Liberty are hero on business Joseph Lag row nnd wife of Oaney visited Will Jones and fum ily SunthiylF ilerryile Sunday Ed nnd Bob Myers visited their sister Mrs R SrunBen Wnrren of Fleming county was the guest of Addie Collins one night lust week Leo Thompson W W Rneor and son Otto attended Court ut M t Sterling Monday Mrs Cronth Jones and children visited her parents Mr nnd Mrs Wesley Alfroy at Riverside Fri day and Saturdayc RoynoldsvHie W W Boyd had a calf to dl 0 Sunday night lIenrShnrpsburs wIfeSil Stoner Coyle and sonJame a of Flat Creek spent Sunday with Sirs Will MdVeylMrs ren of near Bethel were guests of Mrs G B Boyd Sunday Levi Spencer olUpperFlatCreei rented W W an moved to it Wednesday The thermometer hero Tuesday morning registered C degrees helow zero tho coldest it has been this winter John Riddle onilMrs Bud Uoyfe f White Ok visited their sister Mrs Will McVey Thursday and F ridayS daughtHeath near Sharpsburi Saturday and Sunday Janice Snedegdr wife and little d agtteUaze1visited J KButcheri nndvire on Upper Prickly Ash from Sliturdoyuntil31oDd1lY Upper Flat Creek Mrs Mhiry Q wings is not EG ifell as usurJ George Cline has about recover ed from a spell of grip 10R W Carter It convalescent from un attack of gri AG V Cflok and wife are con ripILitne Barkloy of Judy was the guest of Offings Lane Friday IrChcse M Carter of Morgin coun ttty is visiting his cousin R WCar ter Thos Carmody purchased horse of R C Lloyd of Mt Sterling for 100 Miss JKne of Carter county is the guest of her cousin Miss Emma Cline Win Coins Sr of HnUn Coi8 the guest of his eon Robert M Coons T J Steela and family whobae been sick with tho grip for the put two Weeks have about recovered StepltonedWednesday night Misspell Glover visited Mies Lucy White and severalotil icr friends on Salt Well the first of the week Miss Fannio 21 Glover closed a very successful terei of school nth Falrview Thursday nitla nice treat of candy and oranges Sev IIerlll prizeswere awarded the pupils k 5LtkcCabe e Onk i8 visiting hmreSat layHowards dsJetFavibecn quite sick the past week tICChilD teed has moved to bia arm on Peeled Oak- J4 WJoJinson has been qui U sick the pftl few days A hittloethmjfLess Williams Is wery low aiIn3 expeteti olive Mrs Drj ion itcd at F wifrow Satmrduytihl Monday Waller BRrii l CharabersSta tionvisited hlsparenta here Sat ucday and Sunday ofPricklysDavis and wife last xveok v lartJlicksoltJlnITomper day tc attend Court in MtSterlingj Will jrjdrrnU moved last week to RandoLphNixon CarrollR Wood returned to his bottle in West Virginia Sunday night accompanied il5rcdr Jlick in who frill tt4 VIJt r i 0 iF iJ I tt Al 1 IJi 54t= 1jIi1 1Geurgeve Oscar Jackson went tiWcstVir gl ain to work Monday Misses tlonor Clark and Mary Steele were calling in Olympia Smitme r M 111ItsFe until Sunday Bald Eagle Newt Challn has gone to Ohio to make him home Jack Ring soul Ii cow to A Dick crson for 3250 oiIIb Sam Ifhmael nnd wie of Mt Sterling are visiting relatives in is community Milton Gullcy has taken his bed n se IlavereJohn Quiette of Nicholna coun ty purchased house and lot of Jack Ring for 300 and will mUTe to it W J Lawson gave L G Gulley P n 0lGesdayto enguge in the same businesshThore is a very meet going on here nt the present ute conducted Rev II C S LnxippRev lir J IsLmwsonSanford spent Thursday nt Mrs L Huntp who has been nick most of tho winterIGrange City Tom Bradley and wife of Wyoming are visiting relatives Bud Colliver Rod wife the y ioungMisses Bertha and Rosa Foudry visited Miss Minnio Walton Satur ar and Sunday Andy Newman aird fcimHy ofL Wyoming visited his njolheTTStM Matt Newman the past week Miss Viola Ueli8of Jessamine county came home sick list week She will return in a short time Miss Cnnnio Thompson enter t 9iiiaeday eve Feb 11 in honor of her ath birthday Irvine Johnson who is attending s htchoolfather Georgo Johnson aud faci i from Friday until MondayS G Shockley and family of Bath county are vi9iiingWro Vaton and family The former wiNeTuesday for Illinois tn make tJiut gowuhFJewingsburgbc1ilglllbunches parties Ratlilf urns at 425LG Rijtdonat 430 S L Havens at 4 40 J M NeWmnh at 425 and Bud CulUver at l30 Salt Lick Uncle Jack MuCurly ie very low and nut expected to live Mrs Jess Stcelo has been quite eick but fa some batter n ivv glineforIt is rumored that Limo bnrkhonr hopingitHUntlnglonhnstime past week The y ung folks gave a dunce at Campbell Hall last We IncfdIY night which was n pleueant aim hr Bro Prather of Richmond will bo the pastor of the Christian Church time remainder of title year preaching twice a month Mrs Corn Wilson Stewart the School Superintendent of Rowan county has been the grest of Mrs Dr II Bobbins for several days past On account of serious illness in tIme family of some of the leading characters the Hand boys had tsp postpone their entertainment to the disappointment of many as it V looked forwnrd to as the crowning even of the season The citizens of Salt Lick have formed n stock company findpura chased property where after some improvements are made they will commenco a select school February 27 with Miss Lutie Quisenberry as principal It is the intention of the company to add a department of music later TIme following clt4zens haT form d a stock company and wllsj erect canning factory The company now has subscribed the amount of 2500 The subscribers are aYfol lows W J Fell Roll Ratljff Jeff Ratliff I Shouse George Ken tz Charles Crain V C Razor L li WLoclnllnRatliff And C C Johnson This lrandtl1lngforitciit to the surrounding fafmers as they would God a houip market Tor all kinds of fruit and vegeta bles Miss Pearl Wills entertainedOtt the evening of the llth in honor WIfcntine being in evidence in all the beautiful decorations Tho dining loom was a tower of beauty the Lwreddecorations The candelabra in time qisntftr having white rlbhon strung with bleeding hearts roach tug to each corner of the room was inieed beautiful Refreshments nt heartIY1makeraan1nthenmnmeathII far into the goorlIM the News 1 Per Year I 1 J 1 t 7 tIF- or i f r IMoorEs Ferry IJoono Ingram slJ toOPShrout 25 Ubln of corn at 2 The tire still Irim imver the Ice not btlogbtIkcnJtl yt Elder Parker tilled his appoint at nt Hedricks Saturdayimight and Sunday JuniLM Highley hnughtla 2year old unit frttm John Vieeiat Forge JJilltfllr Ii 19 Boono Ingrain was nt Lrl tjana th nesdoyUbaLeehieAtehisomicount visited William Moore on H lsoesa jucidelivered at Salt Lick at ba ofrrelEthel Highley of Knob Lick is staying with her grandmother Mrs 0 P Shrout who is very sick with grippe John W Shrout is moving to the farm he bought on Roes Run thl week Harrison Wills uill move to the house vacated by Shrout Maron Garner has bought Slim Mazes farm near Polkevillc Mr arner will wove to it soon Lafe has rented Garners farm here and will move to it soon THE SmcmMrs J C Atchison is sinotuther Shrout continues ill Mrs is sick M rsO PShmut not able to be out yet John azor is no better Upper Prickly Ash Miss Mary Gory is poorly with mumps Several from here attended Court at Mt Sterling Monday iEmmett Pnrk of Salt Lick we ISrn tIle neighborhood Sunday yearlingr 30 Cobutn and Willie Hamilton sold their tobacco to Robertson iSi StuM c Rev E L Sanford will preach at Harpord Shou1liouse aturday- atghtnnd Sunday Oscar Chandler and wifeof Bald Eagle were guests of Riley Chandler nod wife Sunday Wm Steele and Willie Hamilton v isited Willie Steele and fuwiyc Flat Creek Sunday Ira Nester of lower Slate Creek tndPrickly Ash VerO guests of John W Coylo and family Sunday itiLick had made a motion for Knob Lick and Stoops to give uS a rest on politics I second the mo t ion Will be glad to heat from o thersaThe annual moving hOB begun W J Shrout and family moved last week to CAle BISCOIIIB forum on Flat Crook Jklrs Martliu Mnnley will move to near Salt Lick John Chandler will move to tile house vacated by Mrn Mnnley W S Yulfenbnrger will wove to Peeled Oak Thomas Cline will move ti tho Harper lurra Tom McCurty und mother will wove lo FliTackette iDsiiltncc Stoops Henip breakinx is nDwinfull blast Tobacco acreage vill be cut down in tithe neiglibuihood SqUire Juhn Trimble sold a wo rk mare to Sid Uartfor 60 Claude Goodpaster will leave this week for Kankukce Ill Bert Saunders and wife will visit relatives in Fleming Bounty this week Ed Gorrell has rented the greater portion of Mrs Sarah A Tauls farm M C Foley with greatly improve the property he bought from JSn GllaspieSOur town will ba made new again as far us population is concerned after March 1 Owing to the illness of Rev JB Meachutn there was no preaching At Springfield Sunday WofoungKyWhat about it4 JohnSThomoB N Coons and wife of North MiddLetonn visited rcmtives hero Saturday mind Sunday Bridges Broc are expecting to receive their Belgium wares from Higginsport Ohio this week Jesse Morgan of North Middle town visited the family of Thomas Warner Sunday and Monday A person aever loses unytbingijy theyhaveMrs Joe Trimble and son Lee ol near Mt Sterling visited Squire John Trimble and family Sunday Miss Lizzie Jewell has returned to Clay City after n visit to relu tjyes Jn Springfield neighborhood Blame Hart of near Olympia ByrdSundRYCourt Monday frotuRichf oneIWilliam Coons JrM who has been residing on the Ringo farm near Mt Sterling will go to Knoxville Tofu In a items days Win McCray of North Middle town was in this section SturdIlY trying to buy tobacco He failed itosinake any purchases jt is our humble belief that some of our extinguished i statesmen aro a great deal abler than west of our distinguished onesIA Western Uebnling Society was scheduled to debate the subject Resolved that Western journalism eclipses anything that ever carhdown tho pike Its safe to si t- ythienl1liUie Rh1eQIlr f r J rs ic cr- I i i P11huren unto John Golliver returned to Cluy City Monday Tho train killed n hog for Capt Pit witu Tuecdiiy- Buil Colliver visited lila fathers family Monday night Mrs John Yarbrough is over a d attack of the grip The icothat is being taken here some 9 inches thick The boys are dreading tbo grand ry It is too cold to lie out Roger Gilvcn and Jessie Glover near Sbarpshurg were In tho co mmunity Friday and Saturday There lion been more feed used and wood and coal burned to this tituo titan usual Cold and very cold The mercury has been hovering around Sze ro six below Wednesday morning Thursday a young man under the inlhiercc of whisky went into Jeft Highleys store and broke and ruined a 65 pairof counter settles He settled the mutter satisfactorily with Highley Stoops as our political discus on eeeis to not be enjoyed by some and na a motion has beet mode arid a second asked for I would like for the correspondents to take a vote on the matter lam willing to bo governed by the oiu j mnitydSSOMEIf this county is wreaked it will be because the people permit it The reason some people don t chung their politics there is not dift r laheIf you want a woman to keep a secret her a dose ot on r leatsfi selfmade man is not much ac count when he uses good material If I was a woman I would wear a smaller hat and a bigger shoe Most any kind of religion is bet tel than none at all Stepstone Willie Conley sort of Jus Conley is down with rheumatism 11 nS C Williams who hnsben sick for the pest week is some bet er M L Jones and family ppsn t Sunday with J E Carinicbael and family Mrs W B Henry Is still on the sick list complaining with throat trouble Misses Mary and Millie Cnrmich el spent Sunday with Miss Braid sie Henry near here Moving time is right close hil still we hear of prune that dont know where they mile going move yet Roe furpenter anti fllmilyof Stilt Well spent Sunday with hill brotherill law Win hIcIwiam family Miss Bertha G Bittingpr who is attending fchoul ut Niclura villc was home fur a few days this wfek on uccnuiit of her birthday M L Jones has started In mnvu some of his tImings to his now or riitfujr oW location ntQJessa He Ventttks cow and horse down there l1 TImurdnySJM Carmichael has moved from the C lemun Barnes farm to the toll gate house on the Wyoming road on the Goodpaster farm near Owingsville He moved Monday James Henry who has been spending sever lceeks at and close to Olympia returned home In Wednesday reporting having sl good time and finding everybody well out there Well wel1 did you ever ee the like Lots of our people were kick iifg because it was snow and frozen nrtw they ore crying Uiil you ever see so much mud i Well thats the way with us mortals J guess we will never bo satisfied We leant that our doctor has rented the house now occupied by G W Turley and will take posses sion as soon as vacated by Mr Turley and as he says he is not go ink t batch guess there will he an other wedding hero soon HAW about it Doc Mrs Thomas Quisenberry died at her home Saturday night and was buried at Union Church Moo- dilY mornjng This was ayourIlife cut off in her prime extend to the bereaved Jiusband and other relatives our heartfelt sympathy tn this hourxif their lad yeurdiwas Frank Brown time storekeeper at Sondheimer old siand ia undecid ed as to what he will do tho cum i ngycar as he has no dwelling house that he can get cloEo to time storeondso is thinking of selling out and locating some other place ThioJc ho bad be Ron stay where he is as he is doing n fine business and dont think he can better hint selfIMiss Lou Ellen Conley youngest nod Inst daughter of Chins Conley and Richard Wilson son of J T Wilson Miss Rachaei Wilson daughter of same nnd Chins Bay son of Joe Ray all of this place were married Monday at Owings villa by Elder B II Roes Allow to extend to these young people our best wishes fur a long paid happy married life I THOS J JONES LiverY Feed Sale Stable- OWINGSVILLE KYIHeadquarters for tinrsa infj dealers Telephone connection v Ml PrEIIton S to l M l ii Ui Io 7 I 1 1fIJ trIitS I 1f ri 2 2 i iC4b i OR J VIR rlr2Ai H q ify U e co n o c 0 i iipIJLrt X ft t i2 i 3 iUL t rf Vl t tr c A f tlr t I ifr iF jJ 1Fi f Vr1to oi Iclcirf i 11f9 ROSE RUN IRI o Olympia Yy j 1 1iq Ii 7 HMsboro M was Maysvillrhere Sir Russell came in from Fith inn Ills Friday to wake his homo Mrs Margaret Moody fell on the ice Sunday evening mind broke her w ristSRev Amos Kinnison arrived here Monday from Gullipulis 0on a business trip Mrs Anna Clark was taken sud nightSheD B Cory after viiling reji liws in title county for live weeks left for his home in Aikaneu Lemuel Denton arrived hercMon ay from Cincinnati to visit his- attier O B Denton and pther reo thessof Fridayhisave Tuesday for Illinois to make his home Claud and Torn Moody arrived here Saturday from Momeijd IIII to visit their father John W Moody and family Mart Mark well on old andno spected citizen died Friday at his home at Ringos Mill and was burl ed in our cemetery Sunday William lIoKep wife anddaugji ter Miss Sheila returned recently from Tarboro N 01 lyhere they had been visiting relatives fur sev eral weeks Dr S F OUrien received a tele gram from Lathrop Tlurs day morning announcing the death of his father Mo Ipft that even ing to attend the funeral Died nt his home near herejJus Gruy and wits buriedat Eilenf Chnpi He wits nn old lildrespected chizcn Another old 51- 1dlr has answered hill lust roll cull The mommy friends of Rev Genigc W Gardiner were surprised in hear of his mnrriige tn Mrs Illit ii Pollitt wJ lowcr Georiie Pulliit which took plaie at Qrnngrhiirg lust Sunday It is their inltlitiu to reside here We will be glwd tll have Brim Gardiner uml hU uccnm pUshed lady us citizens of our tjwn BethEl S W Fvuniund C Jl RitlilF were in Carlisle Saturday Tops Peters suit J W Emmonc 12 shouts did not learn price Wet1nesIayWill D D ArraHmith and Tom Lloyd sold their tobacco to French at0c Mrs VP Baird and Ijtle daughter May Bell are on the sick Jiri 1EeDnyoC Little Rock Ark spent a few lays last week with Ma brother Will Amen to fait Licks suggestion in regard to n rest from Stoops end Knob Lick on their political debate t J W Lane sold to Gland Wfaley time old Lube farm on MuuxBrunch containing ll5IIcres for 4250 G P Burns will move on same and CWJthO year A great liaJof talk now about L1IC tobacco Association being a go it is reported that some that had signed to same and sold to the stoppedfrolXl A R Robertson bought several crops of tobacco hero Saturday among them were J W Hawkins nd tenants at 9 and 5f Boh Wha cys at Dc with 25 oJfBrule Crouchs at 7jc Dan Cupid won romplste vie- tory over old Barons Tuesday Feb IU when Mr Johfl Durham and Miss Susan Gregory defied hi chilly blasts and drove to Mt Ster ling nnd were tnarried ut time immune of the brides grandmother Mrs Susdn Lapc returning next day when Ibsy were given an informal reception the guests including only near relatives and a few intimate gronmisn eon Moorefield and isa most ex emplary und enterprising young man The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed GrcgnryufBetbel nnd econlums are superfluous to those who know her for she is a most estimable young woman pos seeding those laudable qualities that hmomId characterize every wo man who aspires to time exalted here of qneen over that wag nDnllDous kingdom Home Timem best wishes of their many friends accompany tiem along the journey of the pathway of life W 0 McINTIRR lhiott building opposite Owing House O WIN 3 SV IfcLE iXV 5S Sj d ir P i1 ri TuEGRAss1Nurseris SPRING J905 Trees by the million fruit and fhadt small fruits grape vines it shrubs asparngup rhulisib and evr crvthinfj ordinarily kept nt such an establishment We sell dir et to the planter nod hue ni agents Tree and strawberry catalogues on o plien to- II F lilLLENMEYER ft SONS Lexington KySu r C Of RAILWAYS 22 and S3 carry f 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