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beet and Bud elser bottled and keg Iretclaes in hard t 12jEverythlag plows and harrows ata i ti Brother k Brother have opened e 4 their tobacco cotton Get price e before you buy k AU who have property tofellat psblic auction call on 51 D Furls i t He will give satisfaction OlIver means the beet to be bought in chilled pliws hns hoi equal For ate by Byron Bros I i 3Ire Our liRe of cook stoves and 1 trimaIgecoMplete See them 11 4 price iheus HUON Boa housekeepers try Hyron IYaung i your housekeeping outfit j They wllluU you good good at II e I I tr close tgUrel1DrG W XJonneT the dentist i weft OttndranaflapproveIl j tk uniesthetics fRt the painless esV t IORof ttbt I II fcefcYC ynur order fur fertilizer irith K t tt A T Byron anti net 4 LHudVthe beat corn and tobacco I riedtrr on i he H 1ltktlc Yru have mid yoijr 3 jitt priee lIwbu your wIfe iii tClcolIhin orllcwing WI1 fbifkItsid Urnthfr 1 will suwrttnlce In save you ou Ilfi Jot M Connor f MtSterflngJ1 i Gt lOQlbi of Reads tobirco I- Iuarlll1leclIJolfr crtilizr rur Jllr pttht btd liIeI pliznis atIt4I J L Jc A1InJancltBodelde saddles at cott j Being overstocked will ell at actu l iii coaL Jut Mi Ctuxanif = It 3 Pure thoroughbred tgt Brahm tl and c ekerel for mbati jn reasonable prises by Mrs J M Wbaley Bethel Ky 41 rf jr Nothing Is inure annoying than to jF bebreakiojj pilots Oil your plow ey St very time you around Try a Chattanooga and you will not huvo that trouble I t Jr LanOman tbn Uiuclunatt oem a lint will be at Owings House floin Tuesday March 7 to noon AVednes pda He is calleJ lpeclallYlH this I la a good time to your eyes and KlaMea attended to like root the ground pl JPlows by the Chattanooga Js c thsBthatdollebyI the lClorany othenn1keof plow js Chattanooga 0 aiidotzwWbepIeitSet I We sell the iader cook stove 11 tUld ra ieIChattanooga plows V 1 WWte sewlngaichlnes barrow I 4 tJ Bd firstclaM hardware f Come to see us BKOTHXR Co i r4 Stoves n If St8VM t t Stove tf Stoves t ere cook t8yes BudBrotbers r f c la any stoises t LeziBg FI t t t It tjJ I11 t tJ J I ike5tdadtet dnd trusted f I i7 6 J e Grove SLDir af1t Rakewell cook stoves Oliver plow BallMit J r chell bill Ida plow Sloddrd disc j harrow They willdo the work 5L LA T BIROS iI F ORT THE CHATTA xooaA Allthe jKlM HeebM ye will be look lag ever y nlrsuPPlY of Implements f 1aot8be reedy to piteli your crop at arliMt possible moment Don t l lew tt M ant piotiny by using somew e vrhard11nnlnJt plow when you Mri buy the Chattzinesa that runs J Mtd MitrwtKlybBllt that It t q oetIaerHeatevpqtla18ll1turn a itef s ii9B taiMTi sRemeaiber that t TJ OBTLOOK is lOi print t 7 lett ke41 iotehe4sb1L1ieada 5t taewrelopescarda 0 ahoflsn a t 4i 1 tL IfrL IM Bt t tq 1vZ1 c W cS src co1P wr o lt I5 isedvis v j r p t frl J ti will flad 10 i rJ e MI Ii IIiIcIaIyciIlL x 4lr t it 1 j t 1 atpoetevdodgeri t 4 tf iMjuB 07 aeustryjob JIrf f5l ei kaaid for ftlo a a 1- t 1 ae orti iWaakL t lI kii iihI f L 1J Y p ry 5S7 0 I 1 iJ i5 j EfJSONAL 7 reed went to Louisville MonI Tanlel left Monday for sfS I bert Wlnn of Alt Sterling valSatLirtlay R S Stokloy of Aft Sterling was In town SaturdayaJacob Warner Is Btlll confined to is home jr his Illness Mrs Dora Cook of Louisa Is visit Injr Mrs James A Barnes N R Patterson went to Mt Sterl- Ing Saturday to visit friendy ClnyH ron of Catlettsburg Is via lUng his fattier JN Byron v Dr G W Connors little son HUM nlil has been very sick with grip B W Nixon wife and daughterc Miss Cnrrlo are all sick gripsC W Houakerl8 little son James Lane has recovered from his illness Inn little daughter of J K Km mono hits boon quite sick for several Iiyst sso uest of Robert Catlett sonic days n aft week Jeiso Hampton and wife want last eek to visit relatives iu Montgom J county D S Estill and wife are both sick with colas or grip but are able to be out again EurlSentT of Mt Sterling acted ns stenographer in the James Riddle trial last wuok JMrs John Scott has returned train visit to relatives at Bunker lUll Bourbon countynEmil Peters of Georgetuwn visiteed tile parents Thou J Peters and wile the past weektMiss Mary GudgeU returnedi from a visit to Miss Ruth tock of MfllersbugTMrs r attend the inillineryopenings In Lou juille and St LoutsiMrs John H Coyle Is visiting be parents Daniel Palmer and wit itieur llbtlKil this week i Charles S Brother of McCansoy came Monday to visit his parents Major JlI Brother and wife Mrs Henry Scott went to ton Wednesday of lust week to vlslt1- her daughter Mrs Andrew Minlhanv Oliaa Dunivl of Sweetwater III uit of Lee Daniel deceased came ust week to visit IsIs uncle Lutbsr Daniel Mrs Sam Disrgett of Reynolds rville and Miss Ruth Palmer of imar Botliel vlaltud Mrs Joists H Cuylu rftluyIJames Ih Conner took the grip lustbweek the dIscus iluveloping iiieuuuuiouiui Ho lias been danger usIY ill oversincu Miss Louise Diugherty was called Washington City Saturday by the Illiiuss of litr gramlmothur Mrs JI Maruliull Mrs Marshall was I ttfr wht n Hbu arriviid MIll i ouisu will ruiuiu with her gruudtutlicrti fum Is ludLfluittiy e Eiull Stains after a 1181t to tht families if L R laser Ubiiry tjclnvjib received tho ratilyiiig in furmatiou train huts house at a lusMiili Mo that lzI salary had beellI jiKreused fGOO lot the eiuuing Yturr ami he returned to assume workugiving out the intention of II tllIII11I11 fur Iniiisolf Hud Brother ill role agent for he Chuttanobga Chill Plow BP Rock eggri Conger strain roc or 15 J W Eimnons Bethel Ky While delivering your tobacco get thut nice ook stove of UudI HrotherSSamuel OJDogett sold his CarmI near Reyrmldsville to Tulliver Don uldtun at 75 per acre Mr Duggett will go West See bills of Chas T Stones sale one mile south of Pint Creek store on Salt Well Brnncli March 4 The 40 acres of land is well improved SALOON SOLDHorace L Lane las out tliesaloou of J AY Lana and took ptEsessiotiAlnrcIi AH persons indebted to JV Lane will please come in and pay up Elder Floyd Ewton of Lexing ton will preach at the Christian Church next Sunday morning had night The church may employ as pastor Next SUMMEK WILL SHOW Frank BAllen says the muskrats must be frozen out they are not making their usual trucks alongSlate Creek Among the things in timICantbedid class Is that of tug a muskrat out CAN CARRTMERcnANDisB There seems to be a mistaken idea about Ii FDcarriers delivering packages of merchandise They can carry packages like any other mall carrier CARD op THANKS We the wife parents and brothers of tho late Stoner J Power desire by this means to extend ofir thanks in- warmappreehationtothemany friends who ksalsted us in the time olf our trfils and sorrow T aFJtILY PATRiAcaAL MOLE Newton J Carpenter says that his mother Mrs Sallie Carpenter had a mine to drop a mule colt in the epring of 1873 She told Newt that if he would teke the mule to the saliT of the fatlierot Bourne near Springfield Church in the falof1873 and sell itCor30ahe would give him half He tjokUhe tnuUj t- Ohesleiut faltedto selL lalfJtheylMnt Jt on the farm 1mothesl Vn December 4879 and this TBul tSJfedhil ayltOJbe tuner Cn lbn next the ar tOh9 burialewtu h ghr d sisterv Mieses ttleej rJathlaAnnuiiild nf utierarni and it did 4worisLi1recentjy itslip a in it tbIrtc1- e hU4wWathlu r t 4 ff e r i+ ii f r JP Jjj JI Anrly Coylc found a snako crawl Ing roil nil in town Sunday and KlnuKhtenul it thus earning lint honors Tbosu who doubted tho fact wore shown the unmake LAND SACKS James Clnrk of Slate Creek sold to Tucker ower Robert Clark and WmKecd 50 acres ol land on Burbridges Brnnchnt 50 per acre and fiOI cres of susan farm to Clark Crouch at same price He also sold to R S Cross 30 acres of the T W Ewing tract at f50 per acre UNULAIMBD LETTKUS Letters addressed as follows remained un postllrficecolored Will Kcnney Mrs Susan Gregory H JL Fuethlng Henry D Beard Mrs Mollio Glasscock John Lane Prof Chits Steele Persons aihilmig for any of above will pluusii ay they were advertisedj TOBACCO SALES Robertson Stone purchased 10000 Ibs of to of Ferguson Hedger on- iald Eagle nt 7c in Springfield noiihborhood 8000 Ibp of Mrs Lucy Sniathersat 7c 5000of John Hurst at Cc 2000 of Spratt Turner if 7c 6000 ofSpratt and tenantst 7c Riley Chandler of upper Prickly Ash 2060 Ibs at7c MRS VlANNA PIERATT DEDIMrs Ylannu Pieratt widow of Vn entino Pierntt died at her home in this county Saturday Feb 18 of bronchial trouble She was a good Christian woman a devoted mother nd kind neighbor and will ho miss d by all who knew her She is survived by six sons and one daugh cr The burial took place Suuduy n the Pieratt graveyard in Unt- hcOllnlyllt Sterling Sentinel JemocrutIBAUUEKS SAuAt A B Bar ces sale near Sherburne lust Thursday tho following prices were obtained work horse S17 one slim 39 I harness mare 111 1 Red Cloud mare 130 1 King coltI 15 I Wilkes filly 47 tv yearling filly 17 1 yearling filly 51 1 horse colt 361 Veitrling coltJ5 50 stallion King Junior 498 60 10 iwoyeurold steers at 33 10 7I milch cows from 21 to358lumts Ilrrrhfndseed rye 35c- WHITTON Vice On WeilnesIsy lng Feb thi at residence of thu ridu rather Jerry Wbitton son of 1hoinisImit bull deed and Itiss Lila Bell daughter of C T Ylif wcni united III marrhign Rov Fizer of Sliarpslmrg olliciatlug Jlw bride was attired In II suit of brown cloth illia groom woro tho conventional thereprClIIwere numerous ox penslvo After thu ceremony tiioy were received at the home of T V Daiigherty where an elegant supper waItd them limey will go to housekeeping March at thu home recently PllrChllllldl time groom ron C ns Wilson Jr May their nIon lie blessed and happy is the wish of their many friends A FRIEND Mica JOHN D XOUNOS DEATH On tho evening of WednesdtiyFeb ruury 22 lOOoMrsElizibcth Young wife of time Hon John D Young passed from our midst and entered into that rest which remaineth to ime people of God She was tho laughter of Nelson Budger was horn in Ruth county Ky March 25 1825 and had spent 79 years of her happy life in sight of the green fields o pleasant valleys of her native county She was a woman of great simplicity character and of innate dignity and refinement Deceased was marrIed to Judge oung at Mnysville Ky Aug 27 1843 and he with seven children survives her Mrs Jake HenryMrs 0P Bfean J M Young and JohnI D Young Jr of Chicago James VPoellot Louisville Mrs J B Martin of Richford Vt and Mrs John W White of this cityThe funeral will be held at the Christian church this city thipI Saturday morning at oclock services conducted by Rev H D Clark and burial afterwards Machpelah cemeteryMt Ster SentinelDlmocrat- T NER POWKRS DEATuStone lower became affected about two Vears ago with a nervous disease nd gradually became worsehaving- en confined to his home for some lohtlisX He took suddenly very tck the Drutof last week and died Wednesday Fob 22 His ailment was peculiar The best physicians of this section were tried and none could stay the progress of the dia ease He had the tenderest nursing- of family and friend JThe funeral was held nt time home Thursday at 3 pm services by Elder R T D Zimmerman TIme interment followed in the Owings villo Cemetery The pallbearers were J R Brother Arthur Byron Frank Perry Grit Young Walter Cole S D ThompsonJDConnor Bascom Sturgell Deceased was the eldePt child of Win W Power and wife and was born Jnunry23 1864 on White Oak Creek where he was reared He married Miss Margaret Arnold daugbter of John D Arnold of Whito Oak No children wero born to them They resided in the county until about two years ago when they removed to this town Stoner was an industrious good man and enjoyed the friendship a laige circle His wife parents brothers Add Clarence andArthur survive him and have the sympathy of lI any friends in their bereave meat CIRCUIT CounT Court made slcw progress last wecknothing but small tniedciupitnor cases being tried up to Thurtulay afternoon when tIme trial of Jumcs Riddle for the killing of Odd S Rodgers was entered upon The trial consumed l tho baanco of the week The tak ydayning Saturday morning JtldgcW S Gudgell and Judge Cy Good paster spoke for the prosecution Wm A Young and J J Nesbitt for tho defense fho case was given to the jury Saturday after noon About 830 p m tho jury reported unable to agree The jury will dismissed and Judge A VnYoung adjourned Court until next Monday March The grand jury reported nnd ad IIIndictment8and wero us follows murder 2 as sault and bnttery 2 selling on Sunday 3 geing to minors 3 sufafering gaming 1 gaming 9a1CCNTROTSley Tobacco Growers Company Lexington Kyliranclm Oflce227 West Pearl Street Cincinnati 0 H051ToAt a meeting of the Board of Di rectors of tho Burley Tobacco Growers company this day held at tho office of the company time fol t lowing resolution was adopted In view of the fet that this company has been unsuccessful in securing tho necessary funds with which to pay for tho 1904 crop of burley tobacco and in view of the fact that on account of the lateness of the season we deem it inadvis able to further delay time matter or make further efforts in that direc tion therefore Be It Resolved By the Board ofaDirectors of the Burley Tobacco Growers company that allcnn tracts giving options on tobacco to h this company he and time same together aithoil of said rptione ore released in full nnd surrendered to the respective signers e A copy Attest E E Bar ton Sfcretarv W B HAWKINS President hE E BARTON Secretary cMasDied at her residence near Shieriburne nt oclock Tuesday Feb 21 Mrs Asia Bushy Gudgell wife of Joseph Omluell deceased ignd K2year 10 months and II days Sue hud boor troubled with rheuma tism and bronchitis for a number of years and later heurtdiseasc which caused her death SUawa reared in Shumrpsburu and after her timnrrluep hiTpurcnlsMrajid thlYclllIMtlinda Pnvnp Fresno Cal Mrs Rllihet Crawford Petersburg II i Mrs Mary Jniir Lebanon Inil She WitS a vary Intelligent woman bid a remarkable memory was good kind nnljtrnerlHis to mtii She leaves seven bBthmtIMiss Mary Ellen nt home MrsSC Vanlindiugliam and Mrs Joseph pMorelaumtiness with nil medIcal mild amids friends assistance they did e timing that untiring hands could do to alleviate the sufferings of n devoted mother until the end cumowhou she gentl j untnuruiprtncly breutlmedimert lust Funeral services Wednesday conducted by ElderWm Irving of Ivlemlngsburg pastor ofothe Sherburne Christian Church Df which she WOK u member The re mains were then interred In Long view Cemetery at Bethel in the presence of a large concourse of ayinpathlzing nOn ds and rein tives ELIZABETH LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET Saturday Evening Feb 25The collapse of the Burley tobacco dealu is now ofllcially admitted and with the more favorable weather for handling tho crop the past few days a larger movement may be expected the coming week Thus fur receipts have been holding up well and the values that are now obtainable make farmers disposed to market their crops rather than wait until later and test the somewhat uncer tain situation in regard to values Sales of Burley have been heavy but very little new dark tobacco is coming to market This is possibly due in part to the organization to control tbe market of dark tobacco though weather conditions Iave up to this time hud something to do with the light movement Ware- housemen expect a free movement of dark tobacco a little later on The highest price realized for Burley during the week was 20 for oigorelto wrapper grown in Shelby county 4 The quality of the now Burley offered was in the main satisfacto ry While colory grades were scarce there was plentiful sprink ling of choice and good red tobac cos Time market was irregular on the common undesirable grades of Burley but was firm for red tips and short leaf with medium leaf very strong and the still better varieties solliugat the highest prices of the year The American Tobacco Company took freely of the Burley offered and this buying was time principal cause of the better prices prevailing Colory grades offered were not in the best condition as a rule but they brought full prices and tho old tobaccos of this type were very strong New dark tobaccos developed no noteworthy change in prices nor was there any improvement in quality or condition of the afTer ings Firmness characterized tho market for rehandling grades but common leaf and lugs were a shadq jgulGr 4r- eJI scarce but when in good condition brought satisfactory prices There was no feature to the market for Green river tobaccos Sales of leaf tobacco in time taut ket for the week mounted to ati81 hogshead ns compared with 2575 for tho corresponding week last ear Of the total 2067 hogsheads Burley and 617 dark New crop Burley figured In tho soles to tho extent of 2604 hogsheads but only 148 hogsheads of now dark were sold Since January 1 21137 hogsheads of Burley have been sold in this market and 6014 of dark All the Burley was new crop save 439 hogsheads The total sales of ew crop tobacco to dote amounted to 25933 hog hoods of which 22 996 sold as original inspections Rejections for tho week were 319 hogsheads of Burley nail 100 of- lurk a total of 419 the percentage to auction sales being 14 Receipts for the week wero 2345 hngsheadg nd since January 1 they have amounted to 20656 compared with 7035 fofThXcorresponding week ast year CourierJournal WHAT DEFEATED TOBACCO ASSO CIATION By Archibald Stewart in Cincinnati TimcsStarIn con sideration of the earnest efforts made by the growers of tobacco throughout the burley district to organize a medium of selfprotec ion I deem it proper to give a brief sketch of the part I took in the movement On or about December 17 1904 the subject was first brought to my attention with a request thoU I un dertake to secure for it the neces sary money tp pay for the tobacco on which the burley company had options by signed agreements- It was timers considered late in the season to begirfon such an import lit mutter ns raising such a large amount of cash The burley company claimed to ave 70000000 pounds of tobacco which would require seven to nine million dollars nnd what we had to use us security was tho tobacco purchased or received under these contractsaiid the capital stock of thecompan500000After company securing tho full payment of itt- 2apital stock getting its record in- imape and its contracts tuhulat d t developed that we had bout 75 OOOO pounds of tobacco The object now to be attained was tn frcure the mony by loans or investment increase of capital tock IlmA former plan was adopt ed and I was sent East us one of a artX to secure the capital neces sary 1 visited NewYork nnd succeed ed in interesting come gentlemen high UIJln financial circles These gentlemen held high cam cial positions in banks and trust companies One of them especially eing considered one of the leading nanciers of New York CilyItwould take several columns of this paper to describe the labopnecessa ythe arguments usedthe facts tiutedanul Hie figures employed to educate them on the subject of white burley tobacco ie its ox- himive character its uses the sta- isticeon crops etc To accomplish this in itself with the first parties n whom time first effort was made required two trips to NewYork and papeis that would fill a half bushel measure the whole subject being entirely new to them This finally led up t nn insti tutiori having ovc 300000000 of Resets nnd from ono of Us officers I was given distinctly to understand nder certain conditions if com plied with the money could be hud upon terms verbally agreed upon About this time findingit necessary to return to Cincinnati I left the president of the Burloy company in NewYork when he unfortunately opened up some old negotiations which he had previously had under discussion resulting in an agree meat whereby certain parties were to secure from the Metropolitan Trust company for him 5000000 This was figured at the time to he about onohalf the amount we would New1Yorkpolitan Trust company lineL heRrd from outside parties from General Brayton Ives president of tho Metropolitan was putting an entirely different construction upon the terms nnd conditions of the loan By this time it became known through the Cincinnati newspapers thnt the Finance Committee of the Bui ley company were in New York and evidences of opposition began cropping out General Ives denied that ho had made any such nego nations agreements or promises and claimed an entire misunder standing of tho proposition which had been made to him prior to my connection with the Burley company If General IVCB had stopped on that I should have been well satis fled with his explanation but through influences the source of which does nut require a great stretch of imagination he was in1 teviewedhastilyandromowhat at length and published in tho pa per owned and controlled byStand ard Oil Company with heavy headlines of tho tobacco proposition having been turned by General U Ives This was my first Information that I had The next thing we heard was that our original ft nuncial backer had discovered that the gigantic company havingf 30t 000000 of assets considered on proposition good ont but nt J proper for th lIt 11I1t1 referdur t r Z t U no tR to conflicting interests etc in nn effort to let us down as essay as possible In the utica time other of our friends unitmm conversation with the president of the second largest blink in New York and having succeeded in impressing him with the merits and value of our proposition he gave the subject such favorable consideration that he cause very near promising us the whohi amount hut he next day ho discovered conflicting interests and quietly withdrew requesting that nothing be said about it lie seemed to be in terror lest it be discovered that he had gone so fur as to socially associate with us long enough to talk it over Wo mutter wards found that some of his direc tors were the happy owners of American Tobacco company stock Meeting an old frlendn former Cincinnatian now residing in New YorkI secured an introduction to Mr James Slillinun president of the New Ycik City National bank one of tim largest moneyed Institu tions in tho world We fund Mr Stillninn a very courteous gentle man who gave us a good opportun ity to state our proposition which by that time we had in the form of u bankable proposition Islaum found Mr Stillmun refreshingly frank anti ho seemed highly pleased with tho proposition until ho dis covered that tho American Toboc co company used nbout 65 to 70 per cent of the product that we had and theyhad to have when he very frankly told us that he hud no fault to find with the security but time stock of time American To bacco company was so distributed through his stockholders and di rectors that he could not touch us mind looked at me with something akin to amazement that I should ask him to aid such nn enterprise as that when isis old friend Col Oliver Payne was staggering under 15000000 of American Tobuccg company stock Money he hftd plenty to lon the rate was invit ing the security gnodbut nothing could he token that w uld even ap pear to bo antagonistic to the American Tobacco company Another very powerful institu tion the Central Trust company loaded with money that thcj hardly knew what to do with Our loan of 7000000 or 8000000 at I good rate of interest and good se curily looked to them like quail nn toast Their reply was in substance they wnujd like to have it but but uImy what n row it would make and so I might go on to enumerate but it would all be repeating the same language Finally our titian cial friends concluded to try the matter from an individual stand point 0 nfirst presentation we could line thorn up but the words warehouse receipts on tobacco never failed to bring up tIme quos tion of time American Tobacco cnib pany Some would nos nnd others Wero afraid Finally I went out side time Wall street circle anti by strenous efforts secured time assist alice of an old friend president oi a big corporation amid through him got into the sacred precincts of J P Morgan Co and submitted n carefully prepared proposition to Mr Perkins tho active manager of the P M millions Mr Perkins wanted time to consider We gave him two days The second day our representative called to see him ho was found in consultation with Mr Thomns FRyan who is a director anti I think vice president of the American Tobacco com puny and in reality their financial manager Of courso we knew our fate when we saw that and were again turned down on account of conflicting interests with the Am erican Tobrcco company And so on for fifteen days tIme impossibility of financing the Burley company in New York became more and more apparent and many of the well posted men on the street told us that no matter how good our se curityorliow inviting we made time proposition we had a corner on the tobacco crop the American Tobac co company wanted as a matter or course and it would be impossible for us to get a dollar So boiled down our littlo proposition was up against time largest money POUt the world and we simply had to quit and when we finally struck time nnn in the closing hours who was not afraid and I brought home hisproposition as it differed in some respects from the original wo did not have tbo time to reconcile that difference between him and Cincinnati parties The result of our experience shows much stronger than ever the necessity tif Ihe farmer learning how to make combinations of Isis in order to have nny sort of a ehowwith thecomhlnatinn of money In these duyof modern appliances when every man ban a telephone on his desk millions can be lined up against you in thirty that are both colossal and impregnableIARCHIBALD STE- WARTIiidllIi Eiliottbuildingopposite Owing 50 House OWINGSVILLE KY THOS J JONES Livery Feed Sale Stable- OWINGSV1LLEKYl Headquarters for horse and H dealersTelephone connection n ill 1restou Ration 4e 0 EUGENE MIWIHAN- rK IVULCAN PLOWSThey are the heat and tho cheapest for they Mo llileit wijk Tub polnts always fit You cats get them plain far vurruftutcil A strong nilted Mold Board nil parts are lucked together iib strain bit the Lolls U tryommoIPLOW CEARINC We larpcf lowest Our nunumauo itrceciung Cheek Lines and Blind Bridles will outwear thref rof tho other kind Comn and see them and I will p iiboil nithicy ml tgive you Homemade goodsthiit are warranted EUGENE MINIHAN OwinssvSile Racket torc CA We are selling goods at the same place and l i will be Jij ro during the year 1905 Come in and see how much you can save by trading with us Cotton Rope ft 4c New line of dishes that are bargains Mb Butter Molds 10c Chouihers 2Qo Wood Rolling Pius 8e 6 White China Fruit Saucers 25o IQiKItWoodrim Sieves 8c Mens Sox Holders pr Sc r Staging bull lc LHilies Hose Supporters pr 20 Largo Bottle Blueing 5c Talcum Powders 105c- MaysvilleCptChuincOloredlh 22c Curtains pr Vg875 S040qr thirty Combs 128 So Safety Pins doz 54a y Tin Pie Puns 2Jc Scrim for curtaihsryd 10 Sc CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W HEFLIN Cash StorT- hLJNE1 Y rr Ind Linen 8 10 12 14C Vindow Shades 23 42C Ladie5 tkirt525o 3 Lace Curtains 48 64 88c Madras IIC White ShirtWaisi24 4o5o Kerchiefs 5 S id 150 Chk Nainsook IOC hliens Bow Ties 23c Chk Dimity n 140 l t CASa BOIi GGES iJ r S MRS D Ss ESTILL i l r t c f q Continued from fourth singe worst of all the monopolies It goes into u market wimretime grazi er or farmer use n bullock to soil for whatever he can get and there is but ono buyer Then the man III city or town hnslli pitY for meats whatever time trust Demands for there is no other teller It is the simplest thing in thworId It buys at its own prtceln n market where the customer is bound to buy And eo it catches the emma a com In anngwine Theres mil lions in it The duty on Slides swells time profits of the Beef Trust ut the expense of every man woiunn and child in time land Veilwe have got judgment against them but who titus bought any cheaper meat Nobody in this neck ol the woods We got a judgment against time tugur Trust BOIIIO jenrs ego but time Sugar Trust is making more money bv monopoly today than ever before in its existence And hence it is n big question u tremendous questinh time peoplr have on hand and one of two timings will happen either time trusts must moderate their exactions or the government will bo transformed or rather deformed into a socialistic concern that will spell chaos for a time and ruin after a while Time trusts are making fxKMnlfsts by time score every lay Only a while ago 1 was talking with two newspaper men Democrats men of ability pad men of thought acquainted with men and acquainted with lie world and to my amazement both looked on socialism as time only refuge of the people against time ills they now endure and the dangers that now threaten Two years ago thrtpp two men tinted socialism as intensely us I do and were very nearly but nut quite as good Dpnioerats Unless President Roosevelt anti tIme GOP wake good there is liubto to be a most formidable Sdcinl Democrat movement ere longw Only two years mg o DnvidBHHI n man of very grent nbility and unscrupulous enough jo sail before any wind that will prosper his vuy age and carry liiin aafejy to port havo sill khids amid tho stock and time nrlcre Palace Barber Shbp IS J Parker Prop S EXT TO OUTLOOK OFFICK 4 NATISFACT ON GUARANTEED put in what he proniflgnted as a t iMmorallc platform n proposition thnt tile uoverhmfnt lniy tile coat J minei tutu pcrae thnn for the benefit of time public IiiH did not do that hectniBe he believed inlt f butt to jet voles fur jmis ticket It was oiuinnits It showed time inroad fdcialiptu lied made in our country t And unle s things chainjo the next President of the United States ia1 likely to lie elected on ii platforin1 containing David B Hills coal lank lie was just it rjiftio too early As for the Democratic party there is noFitvh tiling It is not exactly dead htmL dissolved anrif waiting for fomethinjj to turn up It is ready for foclullsrn and wile welcome it in 1908 Unless Roose velt dots timings to the trusts P something teal suchits cheaper necessaries Mr Bryan will imearlmm eoclalit movement io 19Q8 that will b fur snore dangerous than his agrarian movement i f 1896 That is time program It all deV pends on the udminUtratinn Gars Roosevelt discipline the truftB nnd bring cheaper prices fur fom und other nrcppjariesy If he doesnt look out for Fijualla The peoplir i are resnlvedHnd will nut he denied SAVOYARD M AUCTIONEER If you want time servicos of an itmer tloneer call on me Terms reason ableS 4j GEORGE H GUDGELL Odessa KyrSs Tile Outlook and daily V ILouisville Post one year for 385 The Outlook aridWeekly Corn mdrciai Gazette i year for Si The Outlook artdWeekly JCourier Journal onb yearI too1 4S 5 aSSi j ff I f l c I t j rett I L lp CO Publlihrn t KENTUCIO iI L31 t i fS 1 US PERFORMANCE I t= ir patter patter on the U then a clatter a fr t doesnt matter In tho room Just Uxt to minewp That lfm very rtvpo eyes are pleading I r Though I seem to be unheeding yet I somehow catch their shine Then some one Is tlppytoelne like a pin I tint blosgoA blowing Toward where I sit unknowing and two yea of laughing blue 1tyeme In a breathless fashion In tckId passion ThlrnlIomtbodY gives a dash on and somebody hollers Boo I hetr Wakes the echoes I am scary and I give a Jump and whoop t seGVVhretvo glad glad eyes are drinking 11Anda glad delight runs through me Whateer fate may yet do to me rthis moment anyhow Ive the moments sweet caresses IveI this moments tenderneu These blue eyes and these gold tresse- Tve this grand enchanted Now dohThere a scamper and a scurry and a baby holler noor4 And worry gives a glimmer and keeps ccttlnc dimmer dimmer And Just fades out In a shimmer of two loving eyes of blue And all serious thought deriding wher ttTnwalking where Im biding Theres a bunch of mischief hiding there a Just as glad jlhatsomebodY Is so scary so forgetful So Jumpsldeways and no rarer as this fellow whos her dad SFrom when In the early morning beauty 4 t raps and slumber scorning I f payingPapal 4 Till the wide blue eyes are sleepy and the liughlng voice Is cheery 4 And the active tyke In creepy lifes a l Joke Now me lays me and jnferendln die me pwayn me doth head amaze me by quick at me steady saying Papa me aint wendy Say with fingers all outspread ehe pJ doesnt ants to do to bed JM Lewis In Houston Post I H anqd Ih ly liVING IACNELLEZw Author rf ell HoHtti Darrel of p the Bleued Isles Etc It 1wiosp7Tth toUIrop FublIsbg Cotnpsny J t I CHAPTER VLCOSTINUKD 1 We ate crackers and cheese while the1 landlord was telling of the west roads f1 and1 the probable lotauonot the Brit 11ir UhuHe stopped suddenly peered over t B5y oulder and blew out the candleg W ould hear a horse neighing In 1 i tks33rd one et the window he 5liLred Then he ran to the door tiW aid drew the ioltdAin much Idea who tis he addedp erlng out pi 1V the window By gosh more h tf 1 dflwa folks out here soldiers tew on horseback Come Luvem Tjf eifoll Wed him upstalrsln thO i t ar 4 aa they began to pound on the z m the yard a light Hashed 1kupThey were evidently building a they could have better j OOtlig If we came out jfVJIar set the house afirellsaid the udlord jHeiquickly unwound a big hose thais1 ra uf to a tank In the peak above a is1 I t ti rlt 3rifcty o water Dri whispered t f 7ier uv It said the landlord b 4 4 lftk a connected with the reservoir 0 vtIbIPa l e leadworks on the hill up there Eljliiropden pipe comes In the gable e ttif iI tlTura er said Drl quickly iaalt meihev that air hose t The landlord ran up a ladder1r t Widt tho hose out of the window Kptstood by and saw the Jet of water l Vep forth as big 88a pikestaff A 11 Win went on his horse sprawling as Jt Jho bad been hit with a club The t j1 l i ettapedqu1chty from one to another tl 2 rpirlng en man and beast There was 1 jo amghty scurry Horses went head t jr Ipagrdpira the hill some dragging their nightptn loose TheBhout i i t tnr teen the plunging horses the t stream of water roaring on rock t i toid yoke the village Men ama t I tL w ruing from behind the house to see fSIii 1 L thf lr horses Some fell cursing as the t l watthLC them The landlord put his f ci Jputh to my ear hissedhof y thedoor In a Jiffy Two men fled be wIa 11 thV fence and went tumbling down tr r 1 UWebISdd our horses with all J 4 7 r 1 Kedr Iapeduponthem and went t t ruthing down the steep road our111 1 1r rirorAi 11111and like an avaiaWhe I rrl Be N to top usatfhe footoftbe Y f hljl but fell away as we came t itr SlouId the snapbf Qieir fl611a IpAiing Only one pistolshot came VenthrgbJsa leetla t 4 Jtriet r jald Drl with a shout that tht74ta r jP of four or five mounted and 4 gave chase but our powder was arblt tdrJr than theirs and for a time we lletsWhiiit P fI thtthey held up and fell out of hear 2s ing 1 O c CrosBlag a small river at daylight y1IIa or so ot j wcodMTlierewo built a flreand gave tJ t o ee alfttJe feed in our ad r i diebags and ate our mess on a flatJ r rc rock t1J otl r i tNever h dno seen Joemlghtyfut t ztJriee bet atom aaid Drl he sal i 1 HOWS laughing and shook his head r l i erusby Jane Did nt we conic down i thet air hill Luk slldln on a greased ti pofe J i t t CoIn so luk the devil they did izri n t teet git n er way said Thurst i o VWe wus all rippln th alrJth them t t air Joeasilghtyful sabers tewPDrj J j Vfeatoa Hed a party shai p L i j 5ede o s Stuck out luk aiaystack A C e of rlKhtii left t A f r 11 I Slie began briaging wood as he sang i the eorue of IaIR favot1te bslIad 4 t LitOOfl1lLOdTUhIOorulI5Yetc- Ttoret knew a trail that crossed tho LyS5J t fi I wote a dtepatcb tO be taken Y 1 ttIIS Mek by Tkur as soon aa w reach d 01 the jtiikf ipasf 10 oclock e Juraed s i j 1f rek M d where the three of 1 iI a TIit1r0 I 1 i 1 jiiii Of v1J w p IJ fQ f t f of t 1 t il itJ jlcl Jyt YJf J p r r jhouralrestwo pushed on coming In sight of the Chateau Le Ray at sundown A splendid place it was the castle of gray stone fronting a fair stretch or wooded lawn cut by a brook that went splash Ing over rocks near by and sent Its velvet voice through tho wood and field A road of fine travel led through groves of beech and oak and pine to a grassy terrace under tho castle alis Presently a tall handsome man with black eyes and irongray hair and mustache came down a path handstgentlmen It Is the Capt Bell said ho with a marled exL0 Gen Brown do you notT I do said I handing him my mes sage He broke tho seal and read it care fully I am glad to see you vcr glad to e youIsaid he laying his hands upon my shoulders and giving me a tle shake The two servants went away with ScD ri and Seth and the horses Come captain said my host as he led the way You are in good time 55fo dinnerWe a great triangular hall lighted by side windows above the or and candelabra of shining brass HE OnOICG TUB SEAL AND READ IT CAREFULLY at hung from Its high ceiling There ere sliding doors of polished wood on each side of It A great stairway lod the point of the triangle I as shown to my room which was as big as a ballroom it seemed tome and grandly furnished no castle of my dreams had been quite so fine The valet of the count looked alter me with the offers of new linen and more things than 1 could see use for He could not speak English 1 remember and I addressed him in the ood French my mother had taught me Tho kind of life I saw in this grand home was not wholly sew to me for both my mother and my father had known gbod living in their youth and I had heard much of it I should have been glad of my new uniform but alter r had had my1 bath and put on the new shirt and collar the valet had brought me I stood before the long pierglass and saw no poor figure ora man The great dIninghall of the count was lighted with many candles when we came in to dinner It bad a big fireplace where logs were blazing for the night had turned cool and a long table with a big epergne of wrought filled with roses in its center A great silken rug lay under the table on a polished floor and the walls were hung with tapestry I sat beside the count and opposite mo was the daughter of the Sieur Louis Francois de SaintMichel kings forester under Louis XVI Therese the handsome daughter of the count sat ffacing him at the farther end of the table and beside hnrwas the young Marquis do Goavello M Pidgeon the celebrated French astronomer Moss ent brother of the since famous chancellor the Sleur Michel and the jithoLambert were also at dinner These young ladles were the most remark able of the company their beauty was so brilliant so fascinating it kindled a great fire in me the moment I saw It They said little but seemed to have much interest in all the talk ofathe table I looked at them more than a petbeautiful brown eyes and dark hair fastened high with Jewelled pins and profile like those of the fair ladles of Sit Peter Lely so finely were they cut One had a form a bit fuller and stronger than the others but they were both as tall and trim as a youtfg beech with lips cherryred nd Cheeks here one could see faintly the glow of their young blood Their gowns were c ofutneck and shoulder and full bosom I bad seen pretty girls many of Jhe inabut few highbred beautiful young twoIsomeme There were wine and wit a plot itye thingsIcount asked me to tell of all lurb IThe and I told the story with I could put into my words I am happy to say it did seem to hit the I flwithbegan to clap their hands and heti Misses do Lambert had much delight in their faces when the baroness retold my story in French Dinner over the Invited me t ao1inerhim He told me of his father that inbethat he had given a ship and a cargoof gunpowder to our navy in 76 LlkeI thcctntof Terror France and hadfled with his great fortune He had invested untryHelove4ly to equip the army for wap liesvas therefore a man ot much influ ence In tho campaign otthe north and no doubt those in authority there Were Instructed while the war was on to take special care of his property And will Die aatfcrt 1 s oDaughterssaid the count 9e Is a great phdclan He wishes for omyTheywere i yery beautiful J ecloedd cmTbetrouble My rfeld Dc Vifen4 them iff b o j J i yr J Ifrt J fC lhere with the baroness to study lo finish their education It is healthy it is quiet andwell there are no young gentlemen They go to bed early they are up at daylight they hevo the horse they have boats they amuse themselves ver much But they are Impatient they long for Paristhe salon the theater the opera They are like prisoners they cannot make themselves contented The baroness she has her villa on a lake back in the woods and mon ame it is beautiful there so still so cool so dcflghtful At present they have a great fear of the British They lie awake they hear a sound In the night and mon Dieu it is the soldiers com lagevcount laughed lifting his shoul ders with a gesture of both hands Then ho puffed thoughtfully his els fiflndeedthink the invasion is not far away They tell mo the woods In the north are alive with British cavalry I am DleqIItitself Immediately I think It is bet ter that you penetrate to the river tomorrow if you are no afraid to see what is between and to return by tho woods I shall trouble you to take a letter to the Gen Brown It will be ready at any hour At six I inquired At six certainly if you desire to start then he replied He rose ard took my arm affectionately and conducted me to the big drawingroom Two of the ladles were singing as one played the guitar I looked in vain for the Misses de Lam bert The others were all there but they had gone I fait a singular de pression at their absence and went to my room shortly to get my rest for I had to be off early in the morning Be fore going to bed however I sat down to think and do some writing But I could not for the life of me put away the thought of the young ladles They looked alike and yet I felt sure they were very different Somehow I could not recall In what particular they tilt fered I sat a time thinking over It Suddenly I heard low voices those of women speaking In French I could not tell from where they came I do wish she would die the hateful thing said one It must be understood these words are more violent in English than they seem in French The colonel is severe tonight said anotherThe colonela fine baroness In edvieilie tyran I cannot love her Lord I once tried to love a monkey and had better luck The colonel keeps all the men to herself Whom have I seen for a year Dieu women grandpapas greasy guides Not a young man since we left Paris AMy dear Loulson said the other there arc many things better than men I Au nom de Dieu But I should like to know What they are I have never seen them But often men are false and evil said the other in a sweet low voice Nonsense said the first impa tie ntly I had rather elope with a onelegged hostler than always live in these woods Loulson You ought to cross your self and repeat a Hall Mary Thanks I have tried prayer It is nt what I need I am no nun like you My dear sister dont you ever long for the love of a mana big handsome hearty fellow who could take you up in his arms and squeeze the life out of you Eh blent said the other with a sigh I suppose it is very nice I do not dare to think of ittNiceIll is heaven Louise And to see a man like that and not be per m itted too speak to him Think of It A young and handsome man the first I have seen for a year Honestly I could poison the colonel My dear it is the count as much as the colonel She Is under his oro ders Ad he has an eagle eye The old monkey He enrages met I could rend him limb from limb I could not help hearing what they said but I did not think it quite fair to share their confidence any furtherdso I went to one of the windows and closed a shutter noisily The voices must have come from a little balcony st under my room ri sbieshutter came to and I heard no moretA full moon lighted the drk1 ess little lake gleamed like silver between the treetops Worn out with hard travel I fell into bed shortly and lay long time thinking of those young ladles of the past of tomorrow and It rils and of the farther future A life had begun for me CHAPTER VIIbThe sun was lifting above the treetops when the counts valet Called me that morning at the Chateau Lo Ray Robins were calling under my windows and the groves rang with tournaments of happy song Of that dinnerparty only the count was at breakfast with me We ate hurriedly and when we had risen the horses were t the door As to my own a tallI chestnut thoroughbred that Mr Parish had brought over from England Inever saw him in finer fettle I start d Seth by Caraway Pike for Ogdens urg with the counts message v Mine host laid bold of my elbow and garerit a good shake as I left him with Dri taking a trail that led north y west in the deep woods They had plentyforI could not In done thinking of thej young ladies It put my heart in a utter when I looked back at the cas sfa window I lifted my hat and put my spurs to the flank with such u pang in me that I dared not look back gain Save for that one thing I Bmooth1anda mile or so Then it narrowed to a tony path where one had enough to o with slow going to take care of his head there were so many boughs In e waytDrI as granplaceseen bed as they gin me las night n wind an had springs onllko vern1ontJerushy doltwepressed Wo discussed It Irfely and made up our minds that if there came ny great peril of capture we would each to take hie own way ut of the difficulty Wo halted by a small brook at mid ay fe the ut JAlntitheedliltcfurned f It dont seem cs ef I d orb be iuther dangjous with that 4lr I Imyhand J liJe ltI iJ i I jt SI i PS rA f 4rr I On the Bosom of Mighty Waters theHIhwayVision Bitwetn the Lines of Gcda Inspired Word IOopfllgbScripture AuthorltyAnd the Lord eald unto Noah Come thou and all thy bouse Into te ark for thee I have seen rlsht eous before Me in this generation For yet seven days and I will cause It to rain on the earth forty days and forty nights ery living substance that I have made will I destroy from ort the taco of the earth And Noah did according to all that the Lord commanded him And the waters prevailed upon the earth an hundred and ty dayGen 71 5 84 Read all of 7 HE test of faith IsI always at tho place of waiting How true it Is as God declares that wo have need of patience that after we have done the will of Cod we might receive the promiseThe ark was completed within and without Tile provisions for man and beast and bird had been gathered and stored as God hr commanded And there the Immense halfhouse halfship reared its black form towards the sky No water In sight and the heavens as fair and cloudless as on the most perfect summers day At Noah waited In irony people asked Noah about his flood They blarphemed the name of his God at whose ommand he declared he had built the ark They pointed to the blue sky and the smiling sun and asked with mode solemnity It he were going to move In that day But the scoffing and ridicule of the wicked cannot disturb the inner calm of true faiths He who waits on the Lord is sure of vindication and victory In Gods own good time And Noah waitedaDay after dar thus went by Methuse lab that aged patriarch and saint did 1ewaltingNoahGod will speak In His own good time he reassuringly declared again and again and then he grew reminIs- cent and going back over the centuries he retold the story of Enochs translation and of how God had spoken to him One evening as the great glowing sun was sinking to rest behind the western hills and the shadows were spreading their darkening folds over the valleys and the heavens were transformed by the flashes ofgold and crimson light a solemn hush fell over the little group as Methuselah finished speaking Suddenly he exclaimed See Gods hand in the heavens is beckoning me home The startled members of the household looked in the direction the grizzled hand of the aged patriarch pointed ai adosaw the playing lights In the heavens as though they had been the fingers of an outstretched dB19Wly beckoning It is wellcontlnued Methuselah g kivenagdInutter corruption He has permitted me to behold His wonderful plan of mercy and salvation to those who have faith in Him and obey His will Having thus spoken Methuselah and blessing Noah and his sons laid back upon bis couch A peaceful calm rested on his face as he closed his eyes and while those abccutcl spiritfollowingthrough the brilliant gateway of Heavencw dhichand special work and the memory of thatscene and the final message of the dying patriarch cheered and helped tryingdarkfaith was strengthened and who needed a fresh and firmer grip on God more than dld Noah at thisvtimo The tidings of Methuselahs death rapidly for his long and ever ill career was closely Interwoven wi he hislory of the human race He was the oracle from whom the living generations received the stories of the long long past He had herd from Adams own lips all the wonderful accounts of the reaUon the life In the garden and the Story of the race since the expulsion He had known Seth and all the long line of descendants and no vent of importance since Adams day ut had been marked by his presence h a liisbeen known for years yea not since tb qFromfarto the funeral Down in the valley in the shadow of the ark they burled the dead patriarch and Noahs he was sad and heavy as ho beheld all assembled people and realized that they were under he judgment of God and were rfebput to perish He would make one last appeal He would utter ono last word of warning God moved on his heart that day It was Gods voice of mercy and love speaking through him for God hath no delight In the death of the wicked and Judgment never falls until His mercy and paUence and love have exhausted every effort to win the wicked from their evil ways And by the grave of old Methuselah where there were so many memories to ten the heart anltum the thoughts God had been forgotten Noah achejlashe never had preached before It was the last call of God the final appeal before Judgment should fall eitherrwhere repentance and righteousness may find root to grow or It hardens the heart Y tmoreAh that the vorld today might learn from the his ory of the past that God will not al ways chide neither will He keep His anger forever As today so often so on that day when Noah spoke Gods message it ell on ears that would not hear on hearts that were wholly given to their own devices and the people turned Woman ehlnd the Cash Thousands of women handle the cash of Individuals firms and corporations SeAom is there any delinquency When lone woman proves dishonest the thing arises to the dignity of big news Al bany TUnesIJnlon Elr udlenceIA lecture by TremontTc aple church Boston Is lnteresUnglecture subject was Fools A large number1 cameQatli2 Watchman f Si J 7 c t h i iJii JjjjSZ qo rI with scorn and ridicule away saying that ho had been preacalng that samo old message for a hundred years and the flood had not yet come Bowed in grief which was but a reflection of the great grieving heart of God Noah watched them return to their eating and drinking their mar rying and festivemaking The beau tiful afternoon faded Into the darken- Ing shadows of tho evening hour and still the brokenhearted preacher lin gered by the newmade grave which spoke of death and by the side of the ark which gave promise of shelter and lifewiAlone ho stood and night as though in sympathy with his thoughts circled him about with Its blackness and seemed to speak of the coming dark luflashedspoke of a God ruling there and Noah plliftedize1uswoThereach up after Him but that In loving fellowship lie comes down and abides with them So tint night God came and spoke to Noahpi plthecause it to rain upon the earth 40 days and 40 nights and every living sub stance that I have made will I destroy prEarthother day and the sun was gilding the Ldea w thhenbe 7 mhatdays for Noah and his sons and their idw ives Faithfully did they perform all that the Lord had commanded them to do and ere tile seven days were ended they had gathered together the beasts of the field and the fowls of the air and the creeping things and slid tered them in the places appointed them In the ark SS Gods spirit wrought mightily dura Ing those last seven days of prepara tion and made every living creature obedient to Noahs word When it was noised abroad that Noah nd his family were moving into the ark it brought curious crowds to watch the unusual proceedings My daughters shall never go mba that hulk with that old fanatic determinedlooking woman was over heard angrily to say while her eye it flashed bitter hatred It seems that some years before this the three daugh ters of this woman had been converted under Noahs preaching and had found an asylum from the persecution which b H Leretwecn them and Noahs sons and their marriage had followed It Is an outrage thathezhouldbavobroken up your up an- thero who knew the history of the fam- Ily quarrel Well fiercely exclaimed a young man evidently a son of the woman who gotIld man Noah Is le ttBat have the girls given no evidence- of changing their minds No Vtubbornlyas the reply choosingIsundering of family ties as it does sometimes today It meant bitter persecution and relentless opposition then as is oftonihe case today And no amount of pleading or abuse or per secution could turn them from their courseIear and beautiful as the days which theIr eople gathered on the hillside adja ent Noah and his family had come own to the ark and Noah and his ons were busy attending to some of the final details while their wives waited at some distance apart from them t Fersto coax and drive them to return home When they found that they could not win the girls from their purpose tho smoldering fires of passion and hate theythtrembling girls before Noah and his sons could Interfere They half dragged halt carried them towards the powIersons were n match for this angry mob But they failed to reckon God Into the account as evil In its plottings always does Suddenly a sound as of thunder broke from the heavens a flash of helplessi death Thus freed they fled back and entered the ark with Noah and is family and the Lord with Invisible hand reached down and shut them in And by the power of that same hand uphedense awful clouds Without the anowas darkness and despair within ark light and peace and safety without peoplefleeingthe judgment their unbelief had brought upon them within the ark faith and obedience receiving their reward in Gods protecting care It is a terrible thing to fall into the hands of the living God It Is a blessed thing to abide under His wing and to feel His sheltering care God rohic oceans of water into the heavens an poured it out upon the earth To thot without the ark it meant death as the deluge crept up up up towards the higIhest mountain peaks To those the ark It meant life as the great ship gently floated out on the bosom of ULOg waters whither God would have It go Thus during those 40 awful days and nights death ruled in the black waters Of no avail now were the cries and groans of the perishing The day of grace had passed the day of judgment had come And as it was in the days of Noah so shall it be also in the days of the Son of m- angtJChristsOh that the world today would listen a C dodsHimtTrees In Iceland o dfslrcletreeAnreally contains woods having various trees of considerable size and that the limate is not unfavorable to tree rowth EmpireIt the Br It bhegrcaterdliairtneGeruian empire ft r w rL S f 7 I 4 JfiIJ r t r5i j t J l 1 i I f f1 ic t i i flit r rJ r y J rI t 1 tI4 c01r v rv1 cP flf tl f r f Je tX j 1 i t r ifr L STATE NEWS HAPPEBllllif jfiYI tft rf ItfIl l rr i fIr j tttr J EDWARD CORRIGAN Quarrel With a Preacher Marked His Coming To Lexington Lexington Ky Feb 25A quarrel th a preacher on a train marked Edward Corrigans coming to visit his Freeland stud here Between Frank tort and Lexington a woman left her seat fora few minutes and on return g found the preacher occupying it rrigan overheard her explain that It was her seat and the minIsters re y that shojcould have halof it but at he would not move the organ r of the new turf body here took n nd when he said that no gentleman uld hold a scat claimed by a wom when there were a dozen others va emit Tho preacher replied If I were not a minister of the Gospel I would make you swallow that Sap ng him on tIle shoulder Cojyigan re ied Now dont let that bother old man I do not mind your ben Ing a clergyman He then told Interloper that unless he moved ho would move him by force and tho eacher vacated Both the minister d the woman were strangers to Cor rignn anti being through passengers theircident created considerable excite ont HEAVY ICE GORGE BROKE The Steamer Big Kanawha Sunk an Other Boats Damagedat poMaysvihleIce gorge in tire Ohio river at this point was dislodged by the Kanawha river rise The steamer Big Kanawha was torn from her moorings tearing the larboard side off the steamer Lawrence and taking the larboard fantail off the steamer Tacoma The Big Ka- nawha careened until it steve in the cabin upset setting fire ig the boat which was extinguished before much damage was done The boat floated down a quarter of a mllo when the Ice tore a hole in the hull The Ka- nawha then sunk and tho ice completely wrecked her The steamer Tacoma was pushed on to the shore and sprung a leak and it Is feared is bad ly damaged bCOVINGTON ost His Suit Against the Defunct Investment Company Frankfort Ky Feb 2JThe corn f appeals affirmed the case of Chas Yokes vs J II Eaton etc from Cov ington Yokes invested 1600 in the National Bond and Security Co to be paid back In coupon installments like the other investment companies The company failed and Vokes sued Eaton and others to recover his money on he ground that tho company was a fraud and known to be when he was Induced by misrepresentation to Invest The lower court decided against oices and the higher court upholds lower one- BISHOP f WOODCOCKa Formally Welcomed To Kentucky at a Banquet in Lexington Lexington Ky Feb 24 Bishop Woodcock recently Installed at tho KenIthe clergy and laity of the diocese Two hundred guests participated and among the speakers to the toasts presented were Bishop Woodcock Blsh op Burton Dean Baker P Lee Rev R R McCready ot Dayton 0 Rev A C Cblnn of Cincinnati and Rev F A McMillan of Covingtonh SOUGHT AN OUTLET lame Shot Up From a Hole lqti leaIcy Covered Creek Carter Ky Feb HIn the creek which runs through ther center of town made a loud hissing noise and a boil- Ing of the water up through tho ico occurred near the middle of the stream Upon investigation it was found that the gas from the unused gas well about 100 yards away had broken through arid was seeking an wasJfeet high burned flercelY the flame coming out from the icebAttemptedSUlclde- Covington Ky Fob 23 William Kahan whose wife conducts a restaurant at 419 Scott street made an altemptto kill himself by taking car bollc acid Mrs Kakan procured his arrest Sunday John Montague Dead Mt Sterling Ky Feb 24JolMontague aged 70 years died at his home in this city He was a member f the 14th Kentucky confederate cav airy and a survivor of the Johnstown Pa flood Noted Architect Expire Newport Ky Feb 25E P WII son 83 one of the oldest and best known citizens died at the residence of his daughter Mrs Joseph Shaw Highland avenue Fort Thomas after a long illness Mr Wilson was an architect and contractor ResignIPrison Commissioner James B Richardson f Glasgow was here and announced is intention to resign to take effect March 3 but his resignation was not iven to Coy BccUham Filipinos on Guard Fort Thomas Ky Feb 25For tho first time in the history of the federal government natives of an alien race are standing guard over an army post in this country The little Filipinos are In full sway here and the Amcri caa soldiers are resting KentuckyiHn Gore Shanks a wellknown news paper man died at Hamilton Bermu ii He was born in Shelbyvllle Ky nd during his early years was in tho theatrical business Never Scratched An Election Ticket New Castle Ky Feb 25 The eath of Frank Pollard at Port Roy a l in this county breaks into a hitt let band of octogenarian democrats who habitually went arm in arm to the polls and voted never scratching the ticket Aged Man Found Dead In Bed Central City Ky Feb 25 Jeremi ah Forehand an old and highly re ipected citizen was found dead in his bed at the home of his brother inla John Bronson He was 78 years pM Ji vfod a widower I iMANYA Remarkable Relit Movement In SA JJLouisvilleIs at present ngitatert ij V religious revival movenu f tOOO couyerslons have beeTTV cSed is confidently expec1i the close offhe services on tnext will find that number dc f During the jtfst week of the jx which began February 12 one iix sand persons professed Christianity and on Sunday last which was D clslon day three thousand more de clared their faith But the most remarkable scenes were witnessed Wednesday when tho ministers In charge of the movement taking advantage of the holiday con ducted a day of prayer at the 24 points where revival services have been In progress Many businesthhouses and factories closed an hour or two and some for haltfaday at the request of the It was a common spectacle during tho noon hour to see grave business men and their clerks scurrying along the street bolting their luncheons from eir hands in order to have more time for tire prayer services sa 0ndsnoon hour to spare took their lunch boxes to the churches The attend anco figures show that 45000 people rior onefifth of Louisvilles population tended the services and at many ints large numbers were turned The attendance is the moro re itmarkablothe meetings were held especially for busy workers and the women and home re GquestedBREATHITT GRAND JURY Seven Men including the Harglses and Ed Callahan Indicted Jackson Ky Feb 23Vith the ex a totninationgrand jury closed its Investigation of the assassination of James Cockrill Indictments were found against the following parties James Hargis Alex Hargis Elbert Hargis Ed Caila an John Smith John Abner and esse Splcer Judge Riddle and Com monwealth Attorney Roberts stated that ho Indictments in the Cockrill case would be permitted to bo filed hadtBreathltt or Fayette county has juris diction In this case A BOYS HEROISM t Prevented Babe From Being Burn ed To Death at Lexington Lexington Ky Feb ZlrA juvenile hero was found hore in Robert Rich ardson the tenyearold son 0t C P Richardson He saved his twtfyesr old brothe Willie from death by burn ng but was painfully burned himself he childs clothing caught fire from n open grate and Robert who was alone with him battled bravely with tho flames until he put ttiem out Engagement Announced Versailles Ky Feb 25The en gagement of Dr Alexander J Alexan der and Miss Katherine Holloway of Kansas City was announced Dr Al exapder is the eldest son of the late A J Alexander and has been mana ger of the Woodburn estate since his fathers death No Action This Session London Ky Feb 25fl C Ed wards who has been in Vashlngton several weeks in the interest ol is contest against Hunter for a seat in congress reached home He says the committee will hardly take any ction on the matter before adjourn meat No Shortage Exists Paducah Ky Feb 24State In spector Hlnea has arrived and an In vestlgatlon ofthe books of Sheriff Pot ter is underway Nothing has beer given out by the inspector for publi cation but it la saldthnt no shortage exists the irregularities consisting ol overc61Iectlonof taxes For the Kentucky River Frankfort Ky Feb 24A mast presided over by Coy Beck arn was held and resolutions were adopted urging Congress to include in the pending rivers and harbors bit an appropriation of about 1400000 to complete the Improvement of the Ken tucjlty river After TradIng Stamp Concerns Newport Ky Feb 24At the meet ing of council MrJSChwelkert Intro duced an ordinaxzcd making the bush nesa of trading stamp companies a misdemeanor and imposing a fine of from J25 100 and confinement in the city jail for not longer than 90 days Policemen Held To the Grand Jury Owensboro Ky Feb 24Willlam Yates and James Rhodes until a few days ago members of the Owensboro police force were given an examln tag trial before Judge Stirman on the charge of robbery They were held to the grand jury Fatally Hurt In An Explosion Madlsonyille Ky Feb 24A re port received here from Providence Ky says that as the result of a gas explosion in the Shamrock coal mines near that place three men have been fatally wounded CoOperative Tobacco Factory Lexington Ky Feb 23 Despairing of the successful launching of the Burley Tobacco Growers Bo i num her of local members have joined cap Itullsts in a movement to establish a largo cooperative tobacco factor here gLouisvilleYoung a former policeman was giv en two years In the penitentiary fqr shooting Harry Deboe fireman to death at Crystal Springs fishing camp last summer Assistant Treasurer Frankfort Kyt Feb 23The apl ppjutment of George F Berry of thish city as assistant treasurer of the Kentucky Distilleries arid Warehousa Co is announced He succeeds the late JIaJ William E Bradley of New York who died here a week ago Old River Man Dead Newport Ky Feb 23 Capt John Hamilton an old rlycr man died at his home near Alexandria The de ceased was yours of age and had rua Piuf on the Oho river for 35 years He retired 12 years ago 4 SS d r 5 f I fcy y d r ij t JJi C eScq t dt Bvremca e obstinate that of hundree About a year fc c severe rheumatic v L ehoulder The pains r V and at these pen e greatest suffering I trCS J treatments and ointmentsTESfe lledto alleviate the pains 1 Then be realized that thy cause must be deeper and the pain onlyasorface in j y dication Ho adds I had beard DrWilliams Pink Pills for Palo People recommended as a cure 1forrheumatism and when I found that Ijsas gettingno relief from applications I made np my mind that I would try them Before the first box was gone I noticed that the pains were becoming less frequent and thatthey were not so severe as before After the second box fhad been used up I was entirely free 4 from discomfort andIhave bad no traces of rheumatism since The chango in treatment proved by almost immediate results that Mr Thomas Stcphenson who lives aNo115I5reano d street Springfield Mass J xdfound the true means for the purifi cation and enrichment of his blood Dr Williams Pink Pills are without doubt the best of all blood remedies I They effect genuine and lasttngcare in irheumatism They do trot merely deader the ache but they expel the poison from ithe blood These pills are sold by all 41 druggists 4 WIlY GET 5OAKD1 rOWE 1- 1SRIPJ CLOTHING WIUPLtPU DY iMTflt 4 MADD4f ST 4caTAioQucsHOWINa UNC or HATS I A J TOWER COiosro sass usadI 10000 Plants More nrdrai and farm are pat l to We own or r tn cn ttrua pro or wAsrialed eed Lfr0t tndDM ran ta trr them ollowlsc unpro ocerI PpaM4 lau OktafM 0o1009 ln4M Oitoiu MM Bu Lds UUUkM IBfUUut Abort Mnh packarn chotIdens Med to BrowlO000 ntablne bushelS oflawcnan tlauudlov cubl tomtlwrwltboTircratI t Ioctelllniall atwat nowen K MI rults te aU for In and thlm notice EtcUOpatteualocaloMiok flt CS J llUttER Wls fCIGARSCENTS COST AS MUCHTO MANUFACT URE OR COST THE DEALERASMUCHAS CREMOI- F THE DEALER TRIES TO kSELL YOU SOME OTHER ASK YOUSEIF WMTI i THE FARMERS ON THE jT FREE HOMESTEAD LANIIS CANADA Carrythe Wheat grabs to ma4 1005000 Farirsrreceive 1SS000000 as a result of tbetr VheatCrop jrThe returns from Oats Barter ned other ralns welt as cattle aud horses add con Sdcrably to this fVreeflomesteadatoocenrpurchaerom ingatprtscntiowpnices Applr tat Information to fUAntborlsed ganadlan Uorcrnmcot Agent Pluuttait iohtrt you taw tkli adwtrt iiemnt SDUTNERNCUNDITIQNSY7 In no part of the United States has thefilch wonderful Commercial Induitridv Airlcultttral ai thejliiaoisCentralatidtheyazooMiului in the States of TennesseeMississippi ndLouisian within the past teny etheirjoplationerected Pam lands hare more than doubled a i beenstbltshMauddented demand for Ny SkillMl Ml spttlally Farm Twants Parties with iiia1icIltarseek1nganoppo tunity to a whO prefer to rent for a couple of year before purchasing and day laborers in fields or facto PMerTyowa who will promptly mall printed matter andivGREOORYL HftYeaatlintd wbaaotbentuiTc ailed W1ftNiis OILtD 5LACftTuS ftr6 fWESTERN bannerorylcidsol SupCRINTIXDtXTOr Ubtrtrs Wtrkmiii coirifse rLIt4sui II ThI icSelpErrEELRIsE t 5 SYRUP cures coughs tt PENSIONS MaCWUUn U Vtlnt f PATTS4hpl1l5 SEEDS csceiisMcivir7 errOUo 7J1n t nhusiL4itla s uti1 4 1 4 I I lb e i i itJI 1 I a 1a t1 = 0 t r 1 t 10 a h t tci i Jt fI 1 C aI I I bi A 4 t1iJ I 4 I i I F l 1J I k i S t t t Ib rad t e il i ti IT s I r tJIr t t t J l r Si e t VA 3fii itir the 1I I isIt y l4 Jelglum has t tf J3iost ardent ot 2 e44n It Is not gen t VJrhPSf that the late 4 I 4 vjielgians who was herself I Vnorses instituted a private cl1t r ueken to which the leadIng I r slonal riders of Europe were bid s jco instruct her and her daughters in I 00 equestrian art And the young esse s it has been said could ride a 4 barebacked long before they could or write j1prln d Duke Serge recently removed his post as governor of Moscow Is of the most hated men in Russia many regard him as the czars evil When Nicholas was still in his Serge surrounded him with dlssl 1whereand extravagant companions tint and weaklings and secured a hold on the youth by professing rromantlodevotlon to the latters mother 1nowthe dowager empress The grand duke is a devoted adherent of the ortho dox church While governor and mill j tary commander he drew the colossal salary of 1500000 a year h MITES OF MEKRIMENT aLi The town of Salem has a woman 11 1 treasurer This beats woman suffrage all hollow iffFair Customer But how about a I pocket Modiste We will make a V husbandsjf 1i Hes In a crooked business but he makes plenty of money What does q A5pT Manufactures corkscrews j Mary r wish youd Send for that QuacK doctor as quick as you can SWhy whats the matter I ate too 4 much duck for dinner SDoctorIf your baby does not thrive upon fresh milk boll it Young Mot- herOdoctor you are too cruel y Wouldnt A good spanking do UngIU growled the pessimist F Im sure theres another snowstorm coming upWel1 replied the optim ist to long as It doesnt come down we cant kick Our Willie shows great determina tion said the boys motheruYes queried the proud papauYes Ho spent the whole day making soap bub bles and trying to pin one to the wall 1i BEYOND OTTB BORDERS In Scotland there are 46 parishes 3sLthout paupers poor rates or public houses The movement In England for re storing the use of knee breeches is mak- Ing considerable progress An unusualnumber marriages were recorded 1tbe coast of Scotland last lishlngiseaSon The Limerick corporation recently adopted a resolution that during its year of Mce the mayor and city high sheriff should not accept British honors 4 A German periodical the Garten 1 laubo offers three prize for the best answerS to the question which is be coming more and more serious to moth crsHow can I marry off my daugh tersTI 4 Strenuous efforts are being made in Paris to simplify the orthography ot the Freneh language but some of the au 1 1 thorities notably Francois Coppee are t bitterly opposed to all changes sug dJt COULDHT XIFT TEH POUNDS p c Fills Broaght Streagth and V IXea1thto the SsIerer SUldag Him i tFeel TweatyPive Years yowirer J B Corton farmer lum berman of Dep saysI nyback bad that I could not walk any norridefnl1n buggy I do riot believe I could G 1r BCOBTOIT have raised ten l pouilds of weight from tho ground the pain was so severe This was my con l 4 dition when I began using Doana Kid tcIny Pills They quickly relieved inc bandnow I am never troubled as I wak At r My back Is strong and lean walk or j 4 ride a long distance and feel just as N strougas I did twentyfive years ao k I think so much of Doana Kidney 9 Pills that I have given a supply of the-n remedytoaome of my neighbors and t iI theyhace also foq4ood results If t cana11LyThng from this ramb- i lf rrJ g note that will be of any service Sh rouortoanyone suffering from kId s n y ney trOubleyou are at liberty to do so A A TRIAL FRErAddress Foster ulerc tf SICK HEADACHE i t ciN icAitrEpMIyelvcired rw iti I 4 i r T and tot by DII e froD31pI- n4dTooUVttittg Jtpertectreia i4i1Or IInAat JJs41D Ia the Xoatm Coated g Ptn In the side Tom uva De 1ttdiJ1=MwtBMT F ih Sign JtiIEFUSESUBaIITITE HiRGNAPS POWDERSF eCn fer Wevrisbiiss r flelta CelMII t Mitel add f haT 49NIY f 1 t i f 4 tr r ft1 1 r p f6i 1 J OJ L RY 0 F TH E NEWS j t s is Transpired During the 1 iast Seven Days j JOIN6S IN THE CONGRESS ing Happenings Throughout Vobe Given In a Condensed N iNews From Russia land the Far Eat CONGRESSIONAL r A resolution was Introduced in the houso asking the attorney general to inform the house at the earliest con venience whether or not any proceed ings have been Instituted either civil or criminal against the armor plate trust and If not why not Senator Daniel introduced a bill to provide for celebrating tho first permanent settlement of English speal ing people In America by holding an exposition In the vicinity of James town anti near the waters of Hampton Roads Va- Representative Kehoo Ky Intro duced a resolution for an Investigation by the department of commerce and labor as to tho cause of the difference between the price of leaf tobacco and the manufactured article especially in Kentucky Ohio and Tennessee Without n dollar being added or subtracted tho river and harbor appro priation bill passed tho house The total amount carried by the bill Is J17244657 Tho senate passed the military acad emy appropriation bill Tho house passed the Philippine tariff bill practically as it came Iron the committee with but little discus aba Tho house passed a joint resolution authorizing the return by the secre tary of war of union and confederate battle flags to the respective states in which the regiments which bore them were organized Senator Cullom reported to tho sen ate in executive session amendments to the treaty prohibiting truffle In white women The amendments are for the purpose of extending the re- strIctions under the treaty The house passed the naval appro priation bill carrying a total of 99 914359 The provision for two bat tleships as reported by the commit tee on navafaffalrfc was retained- MISCELLANEOUS The senate ratified a treaty between practically all nations for the exemption ot hospital ships in time of war from the payment of all dues and taxes imposed for the benefit of the stateThe will of tho late Gen Lew Wal lace was admitted to probate The residue of his estate is bequeathed to his wife Susan E and her heirs for everA bronze bust of Washington a replica of the original in marble which was destroyed in a fire in the quarters of the library of congress in 1851 was put in place in the rotunda 7 f th capitol The federal grand jury at Cleveland reported two additional Indictments against Mrs Chadwick in connection with her operations through the closed Citizens National bank of Oberlin Q A resolution was introduced in the Kansas senate providing for an in vestigation of the following alleged combines Beef grain implement milling and lumber In preparation for an expected at tack on Vladlvstok by the Japanese the Russians are throwing up entrenchments on the northern bank of the Tumen river It is understood that Miss Alice Roosevelt will accompany Secretary and Mrs Taft on their visit to the Philippines next July Samuel Black McCormick DD LLD was formally made chancellor of the Western University of Pennsyl vaniaThe czar has appointed the Grand Duchess Elizabeth widow of the late Grand Duke Sergius commander of the Fifth Grenadiers regiment at KieffI Hull a farmer of Macon killed himself by taking poison His body was found in a barn and was taken into his house His son Ito ton 21 affected by the occurrence went to the barn and hanged himself Fire In the business district of Hot Springs Ark caused losses estimated at 90000 The principal sufferers are Simon Mendel dry goods 45000 and the Indiana club 20000 At an auction in London at Chris ties an Elizabethan ewer of rock crys tal mounted on silver only 61h inches high belonging to the Marquis of An glesey was sold to a London dealer for the sensational price of 20000 The Porto RIcan legislature has passed a law for the maintenance of a permanent representative in the United States with headquarters in Now York to promote the commercial interests of the Island and particular ly thoso of coffee growers Nearly every shoe manufacturing center of the east and middle west was represented at a meeting held in New York for the purpoe of organiz the National Association of Boot ling Shoe Manufacturers bill appropriating 125000 for establishment of a state oil refin cry was favorably reported to the Colorado house by the finance committee Mrs Carrie Nation the saloon beingIa by a local newspaper man at South McAlester I T At Manila Maj Carrington was sentenced to serve a term of 66 years and 5 days Imprisonment on five counts for falsifying government vouchers for the amount of 1500 A special federal grand jury venire was ordered at Chicago and ten deputy United States marshals sent out with subpoenas summoning more than 25 members of the soc llell beef trustThe coachman who was driving the carriage on which Grand Duke Sergi us was riding when he was assassin ated died of his injuries He sustain ed 76 distinct wounds A dispatch from St Petersburg says that Emperor Nicholas has decided to convene the zemsky zabor and that an Imperial manifesto announc- Ing the convocation probably will be issued or March 4 The steamer Philadelphian piers of the Hoosac Tunnel docks and the Steamer Dalton Hall at Boston were damaged by fire to tie amount of half a million dollars- Althotigh tho Ideality of the assassin of Grand Duke Sergius has notyet been ascertained the police have1be come convinced he Is notaorlIng iot butfi ipan of SQOI1iIHf y iI fP ft t to c I9 tr J1J l r arr = h t tI Criminal proceedings against tho officers and employes of tho Prairie 0 and Gas Co will bo started at once Cases wilt be brought In every Kan sas county where the company does business Judgo J T Smith 68 died at Man haUan Kan of pneumonia He was a native of Indiana and was a cap tain in tho 75th Indiana infantry In the civil war Ho served a term In tho Indiana legislature Andrew Carnegie offered to give 500000 to the University of Virginia on the condition that the authorities of the institution would raise a simi lar amount from other sources ExSecretory Long in n speech said It Is not desirable that this country should be a collector of debts for n5 the nations of Europe which hold claims against South American republicsMrs Gallagher of Beaver Island Mich aged 104 years whir claimed to have more surviving de scendants than any woman of the northwest Is dead United States Minister Dawson at Santo Domingo City cabled the state department that an attempt was made there to assassinate President Mor ales and that the attempt failed Gen Kuropatkln reports he has received word that 20 Japanese torpt do boats and warships have been sighted off Vladivostok- It Is reported that the Japanese aro closing In on the Russian east flanl As result of this movement It Is possible that there will be either a gen eral engagement or at least a counter movement by the Russians Twentyone buildings in Cape May village N J valued at 65000 was destroyed by fire St Petersburg is the mecca or rep resentatives or shipbuilders of vari ous nationalities who have been at tracted thither by the prospects of rich contracts in connection with rebuild ing the navy The jury in the case of Charles Kratz on trial for alleged boodling while a member of the St Louis city council returned a verdict of not guilty The special auditor who has been examining the books of E W Miller the former treasurer of Walker coun ty Alabama reports a shortage of 11034 Senator Jacob Worth of Brooklyn a New York politician and race horse owner died suddenly at Hot Springs ArkThe body of Mrs Hannah B Ross a weathy octogenarian was found In the ruins of her home in Mont Clair N J The police believe she was murdered by her coachman and the house burned to conceal the crime Russian Ambassador Casslnl says that the war in the far cast will end when Russia is victorious and not a moment before The George Washington university at Washington which from 1821 until recently has been known as the Co lumbian university was formally ded icated under its new name The American Bowling Congress hereafter will transact no business on Sunday A resolution growing out of another introduced by Daniel Jones was adopted to this effect The Kansas senate passed a bill for the regulation of railroads It provides that a state railroad board shall make changes in freight rates on due complaintThere an epidemic of pneumonia In Plttsburg Since New Years 600 persons have been affected nearly onehalf this number dying and as yet there is no relief Under the auspices of the Yale class of 1894 a committee has been appointed to promote a movement for raising funds for five new dormito ties at Yale An amendment to the Indian appropriation bill provides that no part of the Indian funds shall be available nor be expended for the support of any sectarian or denominational school It is said that complaint against the Standard Oil Co accompanied by new evidence of alleged violation of the antitrust law will soon bo lodged with the attorney general of Ohio At Connelsvllle Pa Chas Austin- 19giiot and killed Chas F Anderson 22 They were rivals for the hand of Miss Clara Neth Nell Burgess the actor filed In the United States district court at Tren ton N Ja petition in bankruptcy His liabilities are placed at 21000 and his assets at 25 The president announces that all of the power of his administration necessary would be used in the in vestigation he Is undertaking through the bureau of corporations into the affairs of the Standard Oil Co The volcano of Collma Is emitting great clouds of thick smoke which rise high above the crater Every bridge on the hoopee river and Emanuel and Tatnall counties Georgia were washed away and nre gone The damage is estimated at men are dead and 14 injured three of them seriously as the result of the explosion of a stationary boiler at No 1 mine of the Provident Coal Co near St Clalrsvllle O The Japanese government has de termined ona fourth domestic loan of 100000000 yen to be Issued at 96 per cent and payable In seven years The Chicago police began the arrest of violators caught in the act of spit Ing on the sidewalks While in Philadelphia an unknown man attempted to make his way to President Roosevelts carriage and was struck by the fat of a saber by one of the troopers guarding the pres identRr Adm George F Wilde U S N has retired from active duty after 43 years service The war department announced that the battalion of West Point ca dets which will come to Washington to participate In the inaugural parade will attend the inaugural ball Disturbances at Baku are Increas- Ing and fighting has occurred in many parts of the town Shops have been pillaged and nouses burned and the inhabitants are panicstricken The Oklahoma house passed a joint resolution memorializing President Roosevelt to investigate the blanket lease of the oil lands of the Osage Nation held by tho Indian Territory Oil Illuminating Co The first squadron of the Ninth cav aIry colored will take part In the In augural parade The projectto raise 15000 for the purpose of erecting a monument to George Washington In linda Pest Was furthered at Cleveland 0 by a meet lug of the executive committee A B Spear cashier of the Oberlin bank was Indicted upon the charge of misapplying 80000 of the banks money also Issuing two drafts on the Importers and Traders National bank of New York for Co000 and 30000 respectively and making false entries Iv tlc bayks boplis at Cleveland v a J C t 442 t f Z Railroad offlt 11125 000 cars of freight are tied up on rail roads cast and west of Chicago owing to tho recent iIeaVsnow storms Of thlji number cars are said to be sMctracked on eastern roads Dr William R Harper president of tho University of Chicago underwent a serious jiurglcal operation In tho Presbyterian hospital The opera tlon from a surgical standpoint was a successIn Indiana house of representa tives Representative Ananias Baker made tho charge that lIe had been offered 100 In order to Influence his vote against the anticigarette bill An affidavit was issued for the arrest of O A Baker a former senator- C M Travor and O C Lilllc presi dent and cashier respectively of the First National bank of Conneaut 0 were Jointly Indicted on 18 counts They were accused of making false en tries In tho books of the bank and other misdemeanors The federal grand jury at Cleveland returned an indictment against B P Ohllger president of the Wooster Na tlonal bank of Wooster O He Is charged with embezzlement abstract- Ing the banks funds and making false nntrles In the banks books Dr Otto W Lewke who has been conducting a chemical Investigation determine whether or not Mrs Ma rio WelkerHoclf last wife of Joliann Hoch was poisoned declared that he had found conclusive proof of arsen ical poisoning in the kidneys of tho woman conrederIpapers was found a clipping of the address of Dr William Oser of the Johns Hopkins university in which reference was made to the uselessness of men over 40 years of age In a fight at a dance near Greens burg Pa two men were killed and six badly wounded Miss Catherine McCrcady who was found munlcred at Casorta Italy was 60 years of age and the daughter of the late Dennis McCready of New York Her sister was the first wife of the lato Frederick R Coudert of New YorkMrs Medley widow of Rt Rev John Medley metropolitan ot Canada is dead Before marriage she was a nurse in England and had associated with Florence Nightingale of Crimean fame Tine rescuers at work in the Virginia mine near Birmingham Ala have re covered the bodies of two more victims of the disastrous explosion which makes the total number r covered up to this time 103 Notwithstanding the fact that the production of anthracite coal in Lack awanna county Pa was less last year than In the preceding one loss of life in connection with tho industry in creased in a manner that was appalling The president named Senator Quailes as United States judge for the Eastern District of Wisconsin Carbolic acid was thrown in the face of J D Howe chairman of the repub lican city central committee at St Louis In his office by a young woman who was formerly his stenographer A portion of tho acid struck one side of his face near the eye Dr William Osler of the Johns Hop kins university whose age limit ad dress at the commemorative exercises of the university has been the subject of widespread comment says that he has been misquoted by the papers Suicide in the Balcony of a crowded theater was the method of death chosen by an unknown man about 22 years of age who shot and killed him self at the Chicago opera house during a vaudeville performance What is said to be the largest real estate deal ever made in Plttsburg and one of the most important trans actions in landed properties ever an nounced from that part of the coun try was the sale of the Schenley farm In Oakland for about 3000000 Through the death of Mrs Harriet M LUllefleld wow of Georgp L Lit tlefleld at one time a prominent man ufacturer of Pawtucket R L Brown university comes Into the possession of the estate real and personalesti mated at about 500000 rhe betrothal is officially announced of Princess Victoria of Connaught to Prince Oscar eldest son of the crown prince of Sweden and Norway Independent crude oil producers and refiners from Kansas Ohio Illinois and Indiana joined in the formation at Chicago of an organization of de fense against the alleged eradicating pressure of the Standard Oil Co- At Denver James Walsh M P Con don and Fred M Johnson election offi cers were found guilty of frauds committed at the city charter election last spring They were sentenced to jail for six months George C Thomas a retired million aire banker of Philadelphia has bought the famous painting The Laborers Return by Millet for 70000 the largest sum ever paid for a picture in this country- A counterfeiting outfit operated by convicts was found in a cell at the Virginia penitentiary The sale of tickets for the inaugural ball has been entirely unprecedented Union labor Is to have its own finan cial institution In Chicago The stock subscription books are now open The engine of the regular passenger train on the Central of Georgia rail way went through the bridge span ning the Chattahoochee river at Co lumbia Ala The engineer and fireman were killed The Russian second Pacific squad ron with colliers totaling 70 ships wero still at NessiRe on February 16 The Russians were buying stores largely especially wines find liquors Tho Japanese government has ordered the Immediate construction of 25 torpedo boat destroyers The anniversary of George Wash ingtons birthday was generally ob served in Baltimore and throughout Maryland A banquet was given by the Society of Cincinnati of Maryland and other organizations Seventysix bruised blackened anC disfigured bodies have been recovere from tho Illfated Virginia mines near Birmingham Ala in which the awfui explosion occurred entombing what If now confidently believed to be more than 150 miners Adm Kamlmura and his squadron arc in the vicinity of the Indian ocean and the correspondent believes that Important naval events are Impend ingPeter Morrow 48 of Youngstown 0 and Shorty McMann 39 of Hays Station near Plttsburg wero burned to death In a shanty near Burnham PaThe monthly statement of the col lections of internal revenue show that for the month of January 1905 the receipts were 17380443 an Increase as compared with January 1904 ot 18f951 i y r j Jt L t A MINE EXrLOSION Believed 23 MiiersAro Dead in West Virginia Shaft 1 Large Rescuing Party Is at Work The Cause of the Terrible Catas trophe Has Not As Yet Been Determined Bluefleld W Va Feb 27As a remit of an explosion in shaft No1 of ho United States Coal and Coke Co at Wlicoc 23 miners are supposed to have lost their lives and It is possible that the number will exceed this Up to S p m 15 dead bodies hall been taken from the shaft A large res cuing party is in the mines It is barely possible that some of the en tombed miners will be rescued alive The explosion was of terrific force and shattered glass windows a mile distant Immediately after the shock great numbers of miners rushed to the shaft to find Immense clouds of smoke and dust gushing from Its mouth The officials of the mines Including General Manager Rels were soon on tho ground and the work of rescuing tine imprisoned men was begun RUSSIANS DEFEATED An Action of No Mean Proportions on Gen Kuropatklns Left St Petersburg Feb 2iAn action ot no mean proportions Is In progress on the Russian Icf Hank Tho ad vantage thus far Is on the side of tha Japanese though at heavy cost From advices from the front It Is difficult to say how severe the losses have been or how decisive the reverse anJ whether tho Japanese are likey to attempt to drive In the Russian left much further Gen Kuropathin evi dently has been trying to establish his left flank far In advance to command the crossings of the Taltsc river the operation being a counterpart of Gen Grlpenbergs movement on the right thank to secure tho fords of the Hun river preparatory to the breaking uy of the ice In the spring St Petersburg Feb 27Gen Kuro patkin has telegraphed the emperor under date of February 25 as follows At 5 oclock this morning the enemy occupied Tsinkhetchcn Exact re ports of yesterdays losses have not yet been received There are 12 offi cers and about 300 men wounded in Jhls hospital at San Lunyu The per centage of killed Is very large The commander of the detachment reports acts of bravery by many detached bodies of troops Mukden Feb 27 Fighting contin ues in front and yest of TIepass On tho extreme east the Japanese have taken the outlying positions and they now threaten the main defense A CONFLAGRATION Several Million Dollars in Property Destroyed In New Orleans New Orleans Feb 27Flre involv ing millions of dollars loss in phys- Ical property antI that strikes a seri ous temporary blow at the immense export trade of New Orleans swept the river front and wiped out the vast freight terminals of the Illinois Cen tral known as the Stuyvesant docks Nearly a dozen squares of modern wharves and freight sheds two mag nificent grain elevators hundreds of loaded cars and vast quantities of freight including 20000 bales of cot ton were destroyed together with a large number of small residences It has not been determined whether there has been any loss of life The ocean going shipping seems to have escaped serious damage A number of firemen and employes of the docks were injured Actual estimates of the losses are Impossible though they may exceed 5000000 FIRE IN HOT SPRINGS Three Persons Known To Be Dead and a Loss of 2000000 Hot Springs Ark Feb 2iolro swept the southern portion ofth1i city doing immense damage causing the known death of three persons and rendering 2000 persons homeless The losses are estimated at about 2000 000 Three charred corpses have been found among the ruins and as several persons are reported missing the death list may be increased The Strike In Russia St Petersburg Feb 27 Evidence Is increasing that the strikes through out the empire and especially those In St Petersburg are not economic in their origin but Inspired by a definite relllcat pan MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Feb 25- CATTLECommon 2 75 4 00 Heavy steers 4 85 5 25 CALVESExtra 6 25 6 50 HOGS Ch packers 5 20 lJ 5 25 Mixed packers 5 10 5 20 SHEEPExtra 5 50 LAMBS Extra jj 8 00 FLOUR Spring pat 6 00 6 35 WHEATNo 2 red 1 20 1 22 No 3 winter 1 09 CORNNo 2 mixed 48 OATSNo 2 mixed t- RyENo2 84 QJ 87 HAYCh timothy 12 50 PORK Clear mess 13 90 LARD Steam 6 35 BUTTER Ch dairy 22 Choice creamery 36 APPLESChoice 2 75 3 75 POTATOESPer bbl 1CO 1 75 TOBACCONew 5 00 13 00 Oldp 4 14 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter pit 5 10 0 5 20 WHEATNo 2 1 18z 1 197i No3red 110 119 CORNNo2 mixed 45y145V OATSNo2 mixed 30 3- 1RyENo2 75 77 PORKMess 12 35 12 40 LARDSteam 70 72Ys New York FLOURWin strts 5 50 5 85 WHEAT NO 2 red 1 23Vt CORNNo2 mixed 57 V OATSNo2 mixed 37 38 RYEWestern SO PORKFamily 12 75 13 50 LARDSteam 7OO Baltimore CATTLESteers 3 50 4 0- 0SHEEPNo 1 fat 3 00 ji 3 50 LAMBS Sprlng 650 t 700 HOGS Dressed 6 25 6 50 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 1 18 48thOATSNoPORK Mess 11 00 LARDpure steam 650 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 118 CORNNo 2 mixed 45- OATS No 2 mjjteq Q 33 Jijj t rTiT T BOUND TO BE DAMAGED Wanted toIISoak the Company but Didnt Want to Suffer Himself Apropos of the suits for damages that art continually being brought against rail way companies relates the New York Tribune Fran isof the 8t Louis exposition said Many of these suits of course are mere cases of unjust extortion It isnt often though that the victim of an accident is as alert and raiourceful usa man of dayAriding in a car that was derailed Crash bang it went end then burip tang bump down a stecp hilT Time man howled with terror but the car soon caine to a stop l1LCX amined bjmself nil over carefully and found he was quite unharmed Then he thought in the same breath of damages and of his wife Are you hurt at allold girl lie nakedNo thank Heaven the woman an swered ThenLsahl the man I tell you what Let your eye and wont we soak the company hard for damages It wont hurt you much Ill just give you one good punch a Cured Her Diabetes Halo Ind Feb 27th Spcciallf what will cure Diabetes will cure an pbyslcianscure any loran of Kidney Disease For Mrs L C Bowers of this place has proved that Dodds Kidney lilIs will cure Diabetes I Sirs Bowers says parttheta of water with such liurninfeensltions I could hardly bear 40 pounds in I used many medicines and doctored with two local doctors but never got any better till I started to use Dodds Kidney Pills They cured me so completely that in three years I have had no return of the disease I am a well woman now thanks to Dodds Kid ney Pills Dodds Kidney Pills cure all kidney ailments from Backache to Brights Disease youwillor Rheumatism All the worlds 1 vtage but the sad thine about it is that the majority of men and American women are merely supers Baltimore a SALT RHEUM ON HANDS Suffered Agony and hind to Wear Bandages All the Time An other Care by Catlcara Another cure by Cuticura is told of by Mrs Caroline Cable of Waupaca Wis in the following grateful letter husband suffered agony with salt rheum- on his hands and I had to keep them bandaged nil the time We tried every thing we could getJbut nothing helped llm until he One set of Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills cured him entirely and his hands have been aI smooth M possiblo ever since I do hope this letter will be the means of helping some other sufferer- Philosophy in the final amirs seems to consist of convincing oneself that it is tbingJtbanSpecial Excursions to Southwest Feb 7 and 21 March 7 and 21 1905 via Kansas City Southern Railway LakeCharles RyrorgoingofoulfillmentS lly or for further information re garding these excursions write to S G RyKansaJI onisWestern Publisher Dont Get footsore Get FootEase A wonderful powder that cures tired hot aching feet and makes uew or tight shoes easy Ask today for Allens FootEase Accept no substitute Trial package FREE Address A S Olmsted Lc Roy X Y WeinerbecauseChicago Chronicle A Guaranteed Curo for Piles Blind Bleeding orProtrudingPihes Your druggist will refund money if PASO OINTMENT lulls to cure in 6 to 14 days We a It iseasy to preach contentment when you have all the cake Chicago Tribune I am sure Phos Cure for Consumption saved my life three years agoMr Thos Robbins Norwich Feb 17 1000 lifesblackest for Is no 01 merit than COB and of OF not yoa of you but to is the to and to you LION sold lib sealed every Ohio t Great Oneihalf of the b rrhen a person learns to wind his own business Yea but its the other half that causes the most that A Wifes Advice fellow who ha tOil I I the wormwood growled the a Grans t J I Apr Institute about it in the farm home by the in the corner in the at the creamery at the for 5 to 14 tons hay per acre ana of is always a theme worthy of the farmers nent hay producer earth wherever is found Then the talks about Tcosinte produces gnetiiy eaten by cattle ling etc and gool for 80 tons of green food per acre 25c a ton and at 20c a both great fofld for nail cattle also come in for share in the discussion JUST BEXD 100 IJT STAMPS and this to John A Salzer Seed Co La Crosse Wis for their hie catalog and many farm seed samples K L It would be awfully ita man his out of town for a To Cure a Cold In One BW signature each box 2oc A man has no business with who has no religion in the and Bowels of ness neither nor fmcral NOT OTIC Jl ievj p otrminI oiii sl nr ncss OF or NEW At nlil 35 MS EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER When buying coffee or grocer have in his bin how do what you are stories about coffee is sold in bulk be told if the who handle it grocers to speak out amount of mere talk have of to use the 01 all over a of a century they had not found it to oil brands in and ThU popular success of LION can be due to Inherent merit There stroallaplOOl Unued popularity If the verdict HOUSEKEEPERS does convince of the merits LION COFFEE ft costs a trifle buy a It easiest way convince make a COFFEE tg on package WOOLSON SPICE CO Toledo The worlds happiness solved trouble Vhats thersDetrQit UndertakerThat thinks adeadnoticed victimCleveland Leader nilllon Dollar ofLatheydrelmproducer Orators talked quiet fireside grocery village poutoffice depot Salzersllilliongood pasture besides whichthereon Grows farmer Salzers which fthilhis forlingSpeltz bu notice handy couldsend lungs DutteInterDay AUdruis on hisbusineuCbic- ago Tribune gclab1cPrcpamlipaLbrAs ihcFoodandRegula Lint Stomachs INFANTS PromotcsDigestioriChecrful andRcstContains OpiumMorphine KARC OidJrtIlaZ1P1CJE n forConsUpalion WormsCorvvulsionsFcverish andLoss Suit facsimile Signature YORK 6 months Dosisj5ih Conviction Follows Trial loose anything your happens- to you know getting Some queer that could people cared Couldany persuaded millions housekeepers lion Coffee leader package coffees quarter if superior other Strength Flavor Uniformity COFFEE increasing MILLIONS package yourself PERMANENT PURCHASER oniIIn IeftiufactoryLionhead premiumsSOLD 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Kilmi Use iiFor Over Thirty Years CASTORIA 1Iosuesus cv Ncwvoss cay FREE TO WOMEN Secrets ofthe Toilet paperwewihtillustrated book which will tell you how to defy time and keep your face look Jag young also a box of PAXTO SKIN FOOD Amarvelousbeautifierthatwillehange a skin bacctothe healthy whplesome Dioom pi south Send no moneyjust your name and address plainly on a postal card Address TinE R PAXTON COMPANY Pope Building Boston Mass P1 LES ANAkESIz iIii and PoSITIVE LI CIJRES iSLEsorfret sam ieaCtress nine baUcuns Zew s e A NLB 2063 t ON DEFORMITIES AND PARRLYII 1Lwinstoe sent Oe tp l apoa request Toll bookis ofa hundred agen bfldOmiyiiiutrsied througbuu and teilsoI an Szperliiceol oser WTty treatment of Crooked Feet Spinal Deforml t lc lofnntlla i Paralytic BlpBUea eBeftinae r Ilm1 and Joint EUv Itttll0t the nty thoroughly enipped Santisrium In this Country deotoJeJn t f CivelYto the treatment of these conditions and how tnev tniY ha rnrpdwlihni tanil Ildtrectlrlnterete1menlionrhricteroftbetffiirtlunudtparUUi rr I WM ilnsi c the ubscsUI b teut wtta n bovk ajfte L CMcLAIM QKTHQPgDIG 9AKr AltUM9l99 Pln99t fc LewII a p v ie cFI nT n I JJ v 4 at 0 1 i v 44 t II ia s L t J ItofIt I Alb j VANCE t f L J iT Addres aU communications to THE OUTLOOK IIIHLZCIINU Co or to iiSKy t Subscribers desiring a change of r ddrellshould always give previous linIpfltti tionerr should mention fact on a separate slip ofptpir tuSbUllY on subscriptions THE OCTCOOK is sent one year s i for one dollar six months for sixty t tents three months for thirtyfive cent i4 THURSDAY MM131I a 1905 1 = ANNOUNCEMENT llFOR REPRESENTATIVE rreare authorized to announce Chb E Day of MorehMtd a can date for reelection as Representa live frora iath and Rowan conn ld lies subject tn tko action of Lii Democratic party I BuST THE TRUST t it the popu 1 Ian cry that may mean something lit lust 1 Iii THERE seems to ho nn eager de- sire4j everywhere on ihe purl of the 1ut1etIng people to swat the Stand irI1rurne to secure Justice THE Meat Trust hug miide cnttle I raising in this country unprofitable for some years now Hence the lydany roovemrnt that breaks the 1 power of tbnt trust THE people could well afford pay twjca the present prico illuminating oil and other products of petroleum provided the power of 4 of the Oil Co were utter- lyWL destroyed Such a thing as n tlIbenevolent monopoly is an absurla ity anil will be so until turo changes radicallyq CoNOREBPUiN JAUES ti ICEHI- Iii introduced a resolution in the IlmiBd calling for an investigation inf t o business methods of the To co Trust The farmers of the tobacco growing districts of Ken e tuckyTennes and Ohio in par tlcular will wfjeorae an official in quiry that wrill show how since the Trust has monopolized the business C it has depressed the price of tobae co in the loaf until it has impover ished the tenant claws which ie de x pendent on tobaceoigrowing for u ii Jjvjng vCpRRESPdNDKNCEi City1Ekk Hat f Henry Meadows left Tuesday for Motnence Illinoisl Joe WiHiatD of Yale was in this ritinlty Thursday Dflpi- r1l rrhu d yon business d 2 rIjJatnilton of thlca o 4p was here oh business Wednesday Ntd W111tfR1WJ little daughter 1 KsrysofLiItion visited lull altJtfrlht rom Million last I week ri- MrVand Mri Harvp Tincher of J Frankfort arrived Friday onavUit P j i 1 tcxtbelatteri pareats Wai Atch 1 ISMI and wif Okla RoyrF v f i j i JR3 Grey lost a valuable mare t by4citb last week- JRevWortlB will preach at this plassSuadayaightMarch6 eVeral nft1iIsueghborhoodi teHledtke Brhehhin llr Bethel t t IlCGretoryoved last week r t ethe house vaeat byGShock k Jeyi l A everyjSMiielay4 Ihfi1 c OlHeLikes sold n 2yearold boree t Jobii Denton Jr ot Fleming 4 envHt3trIOCarik ton ofRobert Whit nijcbt Jit t AIheTtsndEd Vice wentSunday i tnt it their unolc JosepbVice u faiily sear Flemingsburg CornelfuB Roberts Bold out lasr- Wwk fS JJeaaiUlilfamdywill go r to IIIh OJ Iepon to Bake their home 0 Agreat deal of tobacco in tht- 1 iei Itywas delivered last week and there are ceveral crpp here jet un91dtZ W tEnd 71i vGrip is reir leiitJiere r Travlt Wjirter n little better pr r ci we Clayton is JB Winchester riJo tkiiwek t liebndotHilrrah far KR bLlck aRu 1rt 8tepaJ Let ejsw l 5 GrlMjljr Wyoutig visited kts sister MrLIJiokIL1aut week J V G taWUhv augbter of Enoch t nJ1aeryloW Jtbtonu p r 1ij Jir 1k ire Wught 35 cattle fe yIRIORa 3 to SJo j i c Jr MPrcraK iliold Oils r k fare to G W llbCormfcIc for f3 i a 4 Reuben Ufarpier has acrepted a f f I1 piitio with PredriekCoeor e i heistiIiippIP- CTiiereqatwbids left he t r b4LthJi Iaot U ul11 JoCrJ iftrk Ar l tii j IIAJof I ffSj rI +l 3 f r = ri l I i E vu J J t Pwlvit IiJ jr v ct 7II io t 7 fg c O 6t9 f f O riJItbf i1irr J Jr 4p k Forgo Hili i John IiViie is some better W W Williams spent Tuesday List week with thn family of W Atehison lit Snit Lick Genrge A Riddle suld his hmise and lot here to Lewis Kinney nnti will move to Fleming cnuny Miss Jennie May of Wyoming is spending a few days with her ter MM Charles Dowson near l t reStEd Dawscin snn of Willie Daw FOil of Lebo Kansas died nt theI nio of his fathor let week with 7ceilflJOtIIXtaged about 23 years and was a sober industrious young man The iHy have ninny sympathizing relatives and friends herc- Olympia Undo Perry Thrasher continue very sick Mrs J P Gopher has been very sick with grip Mies Eflle Swartb went to Mt Sterling Monday tills Emlnie Holland of MtStcr ling came Saturday to visit Mrs Swetnam Miss Cathie Williamson visited her parents nt Preston Friday night und Saturday IITolU Montjny nnd fatuity let t g 1ititirdayOkley W Vn Clell Coyle wife and children of Rues Rita tisited the tatters mother Mrs J P Gopher Upper Prickly Ash Almanza Stone sold three shoals to T J Reid at 450 per cwt Riley Chandler spvnt Sunday with his son Oscar on Ilild Eagle Alice Shrout of Jessamine coin ty hvisitedhere last week T JReid is helping W J Lay son Bald Eagle to move his dry goods to Stepstone OWfShrout and family Sunday Coburn and Willie Hamilton vip ited their iater Mrs Fnnniu Coyle on lower Prickly Ash Sunday C H Carr and Thomas B Hum ilton of Montgomery county vUit nightESpringfield Mrs Sam McClure is still on ick to s list- Robert Barclay is visiting his aunt Mrs Crit Lane Miss Lutie Smttthers visited in Owingsvillo Monday and Tuesday Jean Turner andRaymohdSmath ers were in Mt Sterling Wednesday Miss Mary Atkinson was tho guest of Mrs Lucy Siuutliers Ft 1s dayO B Spratt has rented his farm to Mr Spro of Flat Creek to give possession March 1 O B Spratt sold a colt to James Rolls for 65and u horea to M r Smith of IllinoiP for 125 Mrs J J Mark of Owingsville was iheguoat of her mother Mid Lucy Smathcre Tuesday and ncsday Slate ValleyhMrs Enoch is on list Addie Tunes bought a cow from George Beadle for 1250 William Wright went to Midland City laet week on business Mrs Robert Bailey has beenery- 5ict also Mrs Charles Bailey has chills Buddie JoneR moved the past week from near ForgeHill lo Henry Tinchera farm Chris Garner and family visited Mis Garners parents Felix War ron and wile at Craigs Sunday 4 Well we havo the R F D on this road and another route on this branch thats free in a different wayfree to look into Some ofour corresponden8 have made a motion for KnobLIcknnd Stoopb to let up on politics and I think Knob Lick suggested tuk lag a rote on It Illnot vote but Ill present another subject if the editor wilt allow r space Let us make u lung pull and a strong pull and n pull altogether to vote whisky out of Bath county and ask Mont t1USIdecline OdessaIiin earnest this week tootudhous to mention Dr Jones bought a 4yearold geldins of Jackson Estill lust week for 135 IRIJarnell sold toJ Frank Johea and J L Marfcland 43J acres of land at 44 per acre J B Lindfey bought the 8 year old King stallion at A B Barbee Bale paying 500 for him MrSBijakinund daughter Martha started Monday to visit Mrs Hawkinss parents Mr and Mrs utcra Cincinnati DS Hawkins lost bydealha nice fiteow Saturday night from an unknown catiee was well and hearty Saturday night and dead Sunday mprnlng Dr Jpne wascalled again Mon day to Pry Goodpasters His wSfeCa 1 r f lVup jrroru a long spell pf typhoid fever and Perry took down again and fvery sick THB ItG D Gudgell is still c riftnedtli his room Miss Iva Riddle daughter of Jas Riddle IP quite poorly Carence Collivere whole is down Four or he of Joe Harbors children are down sick some with typhoid feveroU ers with colds and grip John Jones Red lhaa been down with pneu asonU foriome time Mrs C G W haley has been veryfslok and fee er4aughaterIriT J t J iJr i pj Irf f t t 4 M a V Grange City Miss Minnie Walton will leave Wednesday fur Cincinnati O It Ornhiuii and wire of Siiuspf viM itlit Minor Newman and wife Sunday Mrs Cutrlcht and son Orbau Me j flllnpsollloileday until Thursdny Louis CutriRlit and sister lUgs M Jlr visited tho SI 00nrburuxe weOYcrupsIhisflcll Prlcux ut Ol John Culls at Ocorge Re CohhivrsofPoplnrPluInsde tettoTheJim Grnnicin McCarty lost iitohorse bJ death last week F F Warren sold two valves to Stnnton Hamilton for 25 Claud Warren soldn mule to Stanton Hamilton for 100 Wm Craig traded George Hunt a cow for two hogs anti got 17 to boot Toimnic WeHs of Bourbon coun ty UvIitedren hare Saturday night unit Sun day Moving is all tho go hero now hutmis Craig moved with his fain ily to Maysville Arthur Rogers moved from the ore mines to thu- house vacated by Craig Luis Nixi n mored to Flat Creek Crooks D S Nixon nnd Peter Hurt are sick A little son of Grant Jones is quit sickdArch Hoveruiale of Olympiawas ere Sunday Arthur Barnes went to Mt Ster- lIng Wednesday Mrs Lee Williamson of neatOlympia visited Mrs Lizzie Sunday Died February 22tho 2yeftrold son of Less Williams after several weeks illnesd Mrs J D Turley and F o ofThursday and Friday Mrs Tom Satterfield and son of Midland City are visiting her par enttf D S Nixon and who Moores Ferry The farmers ore preparing f r work since the snow has gonepThere is rumor ofn wcddding soon of a willwur here and u widow near Suit Lick InMIcesund Mamie Razor went to Salt Lick Monday to attend a subscription choolaI notice that some one luau proposed forKnob LickaiidStnnpuh lo quit their say so too Most of tliose who wero sick are inaboutbetter Mrs Johnson is no better Boone Ingrain is very ill with rheu matism The women of this vicinity say if a certain writer of THE OUTLOOK showsliniFcIf here they will mob im for saying in last weeks items a wooiHii could not keep a seen t without giving her Rough on Ruts Reynoldsvillo W Li Phelps was ut Mt Sterling Monday Everett and William Evermnn have the mumps Emmett Parksof SaltLickFpent Sunday night with Mrs MarkDon aldEonMrs Will McVey visited Mrs Bud Rose on WhiteOakSaturdt y and Sunday Tom Knox and slater Miss lInt tie of near Ibid Eagle visited Miss Zorah Lester Sunday John Chandler wife and son qf near Owingsvillo visited J W Ma Carty and wire Saturday and Sun daytMiss Neva Stone and Earl Phell spent Sunday with their grand mother Mrs Johnson Stone on White Oak rMrs Bettie Parks of near lIar pere schoolhouse spent from Tuesdayuntil Thursday with her daughter Mrs Mart Donaldson pooplewereplel1JontIy nightHad7 until 11oclock I Bald Eagleo co1taI t 0 or Will Williams MooreQeldvis5 itod friends here lust week IeJMiss Lizzie Donaldson of near ethCllvJsftedottbls place last Friday E L Sanford has gone to Nich olaB county lo engage in a revival meeting The protfacted meeting conduct ed by Rev IT CFnapp and brother closed Friday nrght goingIonbeen wsdand more to follow crppMtbhCCo a Georgo Burns sold his crop t i French at 9 and CobSherman Crucraftof nenrSharp burg returned home from a tun weeks visit among friends near Farmers and Moores FerrylPeck Finch and Miss Fenton Rosebery were married last week ynunds h pyifer 4 h f14 jj iJifliJ j ft I ti NV tt dt I u 4 w Knob Lick John Yiirbrmigli sold u cow io JUB Higiuley forsiCapt Pitman had four liens stolen fro 0 him ItllrJln ni it ofJhuoth 110eMiss Nnnulo Christian came homo from Slate where she lund been stay ing Those who have sheep have lost 0 half of tho lambs butt edatherTliero arc a few cases of grip Jolt i- iarboughu has been confined to his d sluice Friday is with Madness wo hear of the ath of Jneksim McUiirty AVe ex itti our heartfelt sympathy to the uuuhly in their bereavement There should be another gram jury unearth some things that aro II- flIullntcreHt to thu jui rtyaccomplish the work 1 notice II second Stoops for us to ntop cur political argument Jt BCOUIS to bo the ladles I have al wiivfi advocated woman KtifTriigeIctt- liHin vote III this matter LickIng UnionoE W McKinney sold Mr Suggs a ware for 75hThe company nt Yule hits put in large stock of goodsoThomas Wooley bought a cow of George W Abbott for 30 W R Hunt Tilled his regular ap iKiintmcnt ut the tI Church las t Sunday wagnlllORds t Thursday nt 250 per bbl Willie tlam and Alex Abbott bought up a bunch of hogs last week for Isaac Shouee at Ic Thomas Alfroy If very sick J Ham has the grip Creiith the hter of G W William is 7ickG B Myers of Moores Ferry and John Thomaeof near Mt Her inir ClIme to see their motherlrs M3ers who Is very low and not expected to live long- Fairview A U Ii elldrlx sold three mules for ftOO jJcltrIwiColofBudCromBudLeslie HendrIx bought n 3yearold untie at Mt Sterling for 100 Robert Henderson delivered 53 h16rtAlfred Perkins of Fleming couii t y vlsiteil hits fattier night und Sunday Oil Hendrlx sold his crop of tobat co to T G DUI hrty at 0e Gourde delivered 8 000 pounds to sun o t So Lou Oavis and wife Mrs Polly David until Thomas Collins till of II linols alL visited Charley Culvert and wifo Friday- UyrumWoodurd caught two hawks in u steel trap last welllIndII few days later his gnu nthtatInrJoltVioi aril found his dog iu the trap While tmJlItlJltt phdlcluiVllollllrd but is LItter now Bethel John English and wife are visit ing Mrs Carrie Arramih comingflurbin for 135ILee Brother and wife of Owing yule jtere visitors at 1a Peters Friday nignt J R Crockett sold lo Mr Foster of Fleming county n pair of com ing two yearpld mules for 250 A R Robertson received about 125000 pounds of tobacco last week paying from 7 to lie per Ib Mrs Carrie Arrnstntth and Mrs A R Robertson attended tho fun eral of Mrs John D Young Sr Saturday Tho Methodist parsonage was of fered for sale the 21st and bid to 1305 and taken down the commit ee thinking the price not enough WillIon A Bllrhee things sld well King Jr at the lath r brought 497 Hogs brought about 5 per hundred Turner Boardmnn of Mt Ster ling bought a horse TWDaughi FridaytThereI 9fEIiZllliethEmma Clark of near Sharpsburg cre visitors of 9 B Dondaldson ne night last wk- J W Emmons set 28 eggs under two hens about the first of Fehru ary and took little chicks last week one hen hatching 13 out of 14 eggs yeatherira p Methodist preacher were u8 good n6 his love for fried chicken he would make a good one LOokfnr hiss d in THE OUTLOOK for Plymouth Rockeggs Cupid has again drawn from his quiver four silver arrows and plac ing them to the tense of his golden bow and with unerrincAiim segt them forth ilke aJIahttgiiu I mering light Btruck no vulnerable spot of fur mor4t our young people who pu9l lObed to his dhrls as testified fd fact that lust Wednesdiiyf Feb 28 BroJ T Flier edln tbo holy bonds of VDllockrMr Jerry Whenton and ti Ii Ijia Vice at the homo of the riiio Mr Chns Vice Thence riving to the homo of Mr W CI Hawkins of Little Flat whore M Lute Finch unit MtfFenton Rose berry were married The best wishes of tjje many friends are theirs News i Per Year p1 i1- if t J f5 t 4 if Hillsboru Mrs Molie Furls his been quite ck fur the past trw dots Married Wednesday nt the lUUlc the bride Miss Ailie Kealis William Planck The infant of Robert Freeman died Friday nnd was buried Sat tir day tit New IloiOSMrs Lou Russell nnd son nrriv here Tuesday from Illinois to mako this their home Cityhoughtj ere tho week from six ontortlnyMrsfarm for 320 Jtio W Hedgor the blacksmithshop Tom Moody left Wednesday rw b blrotherhim on account of his health lIe will remain awhile to recuperate Married Wednesday nt the homo f the bride Miss Lottie Day und tank Dodge They loft irnmedi tely after the wedding for Cincinnati on a stuart bridal tout Vo tender to the happy couple ur best wishesoSharpsbu raS T Howard was in Mt Sterling Friday on business Mrs Jl1 Brown were visitors in Mt Sterling Wcdnesdiy Rufus Stockdale of Judy was here Wednesday on businessnOne beautiful any Sunday Do not get fooled on the weather Howard and Miss May Mallet It were visitors in Mt Sterling Wet neadaycWhalerjwert yBrownseveraldays trip to Lexington Hunter English camuWednesda from Cincinnati to attend his fatb cr John Englishs sale Thursday Miss Lena Howard went to Lexington Monday to attend the funer slot her aunt Mrs H Clay How niiidWaller Sharp returned Friday gorinsociation but brought no good news v Two little girls of Henry Curtis and wire near town wandered away from lipme lastTucsdoy while neighIAare QI years They were not found until about dark that evening and werd almost frozen when found At the sale of John English on Thursday household goods sold lowe 1 brown horse 06 1 aged mule 75 milch rows from 20 U 30 4 year in steers 2010 71111 IIhlllltli 125 pr lieadoatsuiachine bound 2Sc per dozen straw riok 10 corn in the crib 205 vet bbl Slepstbne J B Jones of Odessa was here Mer Sunday visiting his brother I W Junes J E Curmichuel anti daughter Miss Millie silent Sunday wih 31 L Jones mill family Cecil Ksirrick and sister spent Sunday with Davy Et till ani wit on the S S Estill farm near here J H Myers and family spent Sunday with his lxii tier isw G ngsilloRobert WiUon visited his uncle FridllYHlItire trip Frank Brown has bought the Walter Harper property lucre nnd wiHaepuirttnd move into SlIme once lie paid for same 13750 cash Joe L Campbell pf Russell nr rived here Saturday on a visit to- Stormy100li8well M L Jones and wife went to Ml Sterling tllslgn the deed that transfers their property here to the new owner W J Lawaon who will move here and open up a general store Roger Quisenberry line sold his farm to Wm Squires and has rented tho E P Thompson form and will move to it as soon as vacated by the present occupant Frank Brown Terms unknown B F Myers Jr was here to meet morningBeseem Association fell through the farm ers will have to almost give their crops away We hope not The James Harper storehoupe here huts been sold but we cant soy who is yet to get fta8 there seems to be a dispute over it both Wm Helwig and W J Lawpon claiming tho same Terms unknown Last Tuesday while walking with Mrs W B Henry and his lad companion they conic very near havinga serious mishap on account of the slippery condition of the road near Richard Garretts nr Turleyfnrmparties mostly intercatedoWm Carmichanl while culling onvhio best girl Sunday night was alirioRt scared out of his wits by ndingflrthpy couple catching fire and bIn 5 ing up very near setting the house girllongdoors and do us his intended fath erinlaw told him that was to throw a bucket of water on the Lamp but as that had no effect on the burninglampixo thought Ittvu Is about time to make tracks which ho did for howe thinking that the next bucket atwater land on his hetti buumpY t fif Pi J Tr uO z B chT A r f id tr Stooos Sam Pierfall wh IMS been sick is tgililtfr stdderThe fellow who knils time usual Iy geta paid buick with trouble Misses Anna Gondan and Etlucilt ills visited friends at Flat ree F rklusyiYoung clover Is thought to have suffered greatly from hue revert winterEd Toy of Flat Creek moved to J M Bigstuirs farm near idoview Sometimes a common conversa tion is weightier than nn outburst qf oratoryaJohn Groomp of Jeffersonvillc ill move lucre this week to run the shop Stanley and Smith Trimble nrc attending MissKnteCorbetls school ut Mt Sterling Mrs Harrison Conn of Fleming county will visit her parents Wm Kissick and wife this week The report gained circulation t hat Henry Line our well known htl colored nina had been found frozen to death This is u mistake tishalo and heartytHIsle bought the following crops of tolfncco here lust week on N B Youngs farm Wm Kisoicks at 10 and 3 Will Kissicks ut 8 amid 3 unclsHarrienii Conns at 9 and 3 He nlro bought O M Junes at 8 nOl x f A thief visited the clothesline of Mrs Richard Wills one night last week and stole a large amount n- fclothing1Je woe tracked a cnn siderablc distance but nothing def inite could bo learned Such n thief should be caught and givenJ the laws limit V Salt Lick 4 I Miss Lutio Qiiisenberrycame Saturday to begin school teaching Rev H C Ramey and wife ure convalescent from their recent illy issIuirs J B F lIen tey anti little Stella of West Virginia canto Saturday for a visit Harve Tincher wife and son of Franklin county are visiting Mrs Ts father Wm Atchison Sr Died Feb 25 1905 Jllcksnn J c Curly aged about G5 years De ceased was taken sick with pneu mania when II complication of dis eases arose which lifter several weeks of suffering ended in death McCurty was a peaceful hard working man Ho leaves besides tho widow cloven children as fol tows James of Polksville John Henry of ToxtiB and Mrs I eie- Cassity ol Hedricks time others David French Clell Mn Roy Vie e Jecs Lucy Nannie and Willie all live at Suit Lick and have the cyr n pathy of all in thiir sorrow The interment was in Jones graveyard services by Rev Pralher Our citizens were shocked Monday inornliif if last week when It was learned that O K Sauuders a ger of time oil company had eominit morphhIPrryears boarding most of the time with W 1L Stephens He had been feel hug lowsphited for som days pre vinusly and bad often threatened siiltdestruetfoiibiit it was trentcellls idle talk amid nothing thouhC of Its On the morning of his death he rom plained of feeling badly but went to Ills oinoeiiH usual and after n time called up rs lhunsthnhlted her for her iiiioj iIIiiiiiiiicxca to bun diir ing lila ItI nt her home told her he would soon he ou the other shore that he was gutting very weak and to send tho hearse up he would be ready Mrs Stephens ropliedbut got no answer Thou a physician was hhmlmefficealive but past alt aid In the course reIr burIal whero the deceased hits father mother and other relatives whom our citizens extend our henrt felt sympathy Dee Shouso nccom to Pennsylvania Beautiful Washington The bill discussed Congress re ccntly for limiting the height of buildings bordering on the semi circular plaza of the new Union Station at Washington not only as sures a harmonious and monument al treatment for the new plaza but what is more important it shows the active interest that is taken in carrying forward this great plan forII the future development of the tions Capital This plan which the President mentioned with approval in his message and which Recently re ceived the enthusiastic endorse ment of the American Civic Asso elation should be of deep interest to every citizen theUnitedStates who considers the beauty IBid grandeur of the Capital mutters of rintirinul importance The desirability of a comprehensive plan for the development of iyCongressyears particularly questions have arisen us to the locution of the great public buildings the Government was obliged to build and in the absence of a wellconsidered plan the solution of these questions has resulted in compromises that have marred the beauty and dignity of the national Capital Accordingly the Senate in a re lutlon adopted March 8 1901 ordered the preparation of such a plan The committee from the Senate placed this tRek in tile hands of a commission composed of D H Burnlmni anti Charles McKim architects Augustus St Gitudene sculptor and Frederick Law Oim sled Jr landscape architect all of 5UgliestThe problem which confronted this commission was to lay out the sent of government of a great country locating the future public buildings and the Hnesof commu nication between the various de hrtmeflt taking cure to provide inifohiy for convenience but also Lf r fIIirf 0s 5 p v5Oo J t Lt t s a iii7for beamy und digi ity Thef v7 illiil plan tItIllUnwhiV1itin tri a uummirt j universal approvallWIIt liov farting point of the new departures from it were itrjftf remedied wherever p eeitile I The original plmi tnBgpsfos gref Cpthntupervisinnof Wnlihln htimse- isIsl tby JelFerfiin tlun Seeriliv r State mill Alnjiir IKufant 1Ullllilf position and iduiaiion rran engineer of ability The capitals of Europe were taken us modclc and in JotfVrspiis well stocked library accurate loops of ih lese cities yore Studied nnd work cij over Broad parks nnd pleasure gardens fountains mind CMUilfi in worth all that goes to muke a city magnificent were considered essen tialR liy our first 1resiclent to cow P letc the setting theGorernment building Tho present plan tlien grauticleaund represents one und onehalf years of almost constant study nt homo and abroad on time part of the commission For this work they refused all remuneration making it u matter of pride to give to tho country n plan which returns to Washingtons lirst idea und when carried out will make the capital of the most beautiful citicti in lue wunldcThis plan slmwft the Papitnl the II6hingtollMllnument points The Capitol U to lie faced on three sides by Iiuildipgs devoted to the legislative workor ill coun try IIIIfIIlJ1nnllIJlCntrll character In front of the Capitol is a grent- Iullr front vhieh Pennsylvania xvcriue 1end I tilt on tiip igrit of tile Vhite House now restored to its original beamy and will be faced on three sides by time executive buildings At this gtjtinre also begins the Mall which Is the backbone of the rcnlevenue width und will iurpass in beauty even the fiuiiiiiit Clmnips Elysees of Prints Down the center lending to the moriiimenl in n wide grfpnswnrd bordered by ilrivc ways nnd stalely rowtfofAiner lean elms No nnhler cofiception can be imagined than this grei avenue for opening up the view ol the Capitol from the monument an d from Arlington across thePotomnp oras a setting for the great group of liuildings of time museum type which tho Government must enci from tune to tune lIch as the Ag ricuitural BuildingIiulI ofltpcorfli1 National Museum Fisheries Hild ing etc These palaces will lie placed ii the outer edge df hue overtime nit seen tliroiigh the trees their massive white fruntR will bear witness to thc national character of this great composition At the WaBhingloii Monument time Mall broadens out into a gar den In order to further goiify this stately structure justlycam tiilcred as one of the most beautiful of human eneuti ions theuarilen has been punk tony feet btlow itc in i and n wide flight of Mops joirs th two levels Alt rlu carricn the upper level around the garden nnd great trees overhang its walks From thtj Monuuieiit G riot IiI White House is seen Iii Ill nrlh and the Washington common 11111 buildings of the public iluyurimtids toward the smith lieoini the monument the Mail Is transformed into n grand canal similar to those at Versailles anil Fan tiulmrlhenu in France and Hampton Court in England Bordered by a park treatment this canal leads to n round poin forming a setting for the 1 incnln nicmorial A memorial bridge II- Iproposed leading to the beautiful hills ncroiB the Potomac and the entire District of Columbia lias been studied and laid out in n aim IIIllSr manner A guide is thus provided by which the necessary and inevitable expenditure for public improve ments in Washington canprocled with certainty of a grand and har monious result the Government has only to follow the plan which it has had prepared to make our National Capital the most imposing in the world Savoyards WISdom r Louisville Post Washington Feb 2GThe in ouguralion of President Roosevelt will be the most splendid pageant in our history up to the present time mind Pennsylvania avenue has riot yet presented so mugnificientn spectacle as will appear on that historic thoroughfare March 4 1905 How different the present America from that of 1805 that was bullied and harried by both England nnd France Then we were crushed between the Berlin and Milan decrees of Bonaparte and the orders in Council of Castle reagh not exactly then eitlierbut a little later Now no nation would dare search an American inanbf war and all Europe would not dare confiscate the cargo of anAmerican merchantman We have grown as no otherpeople on earth everhas anti ours ic the most powerful nnd wealthiest nation on earth Nothing so vividly brings to mind the advance we have made in power u 8 an inauguration time lirst decade pf the twentieth century contrasted with nn inauguration the first de cade of the nineteenth century his a fur cry n long step from Jef ferson to Roosevelt In 1905 there are many corporate combinations in this country whoso annual income exceeds many fold the gross revenues of the United States in Jeffersons day Nil r there are individuals at least two whose annual income is as great BB the total revenues of the govern went in 1805 Onln day or two ngc the Stand ard Oil Company drcl redjixqunr terly dividend of 15 per eflL ant if tlnit concern does not clear antniialiy dividends equal to 100 per r 1P1 i ivW r p rj p rr r i l rtt jSijjf L t11 a i I II fifP r IJ 01 rn t iLrv t t A t 1At r jo rfl i t l jrrt t frtoIfiv1if trc Ji e f oJf tfJIr IIJz1 iU5 t iE t 0 1 f4 f Iwf icrjJr JI e r r IIy 7 4 4c9 a4 ztI r4 14I 5 I 4 ii v P l fi rni Ii i4ttuiioiS d 1xi1I Famp onstitutflxr f 1 II irilHL lilW I p but that is n merb with the cyclone ti1 t he Constituitfomi uuiiesi iucind their manners andc utp up with a reasonable prT rime tnumuta are responsible for tl euungogucs witti pester our pohitice ind thmere hen no mnnnopoIles iivorites of time law there never would hove been h statesmari like Toni Watson nor n Governor Hke l Lafollelte Anybody can see ihe t evil of predatory wealth ns the expression It but who can see the ure of it Bryan says eimsilidate nil political and judicial p wer ot Washington and let the general government choke monopoly off tho people That may be th3 way that shall be chosen for tin wan knows whiit day may bring fnrtli All wo know is that the people intend t 7hethwart theta There baa been n judgment nd Ver3e to the Beef Trust one ot the Continued on first rage BLUE GRASS v NurseriesSPRING 1905 j Treesby the million fruit nnd Vfervlhing ordinarily kept at such nn establishment We sell direct to the planter nnd have nu ngenta i Tree lunch Strawberry catalogues on application to II F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky RAILWAYd Trains 22 and 23 carry Dining service Mcnls nla cnrte r t TIME CARD EFFEnTlVESEPT a 271803 A TutmH op TnAux TPITrINSvyioj Eastbound a No 26 954 a m J49PflLNoWestbound No 2i 648 a rii No 23 143 p tn- No25 344 p hi Nos 26 and 23 daily exv cept Sunday all others daily m 4 Hcny V7attorn9 Letto fro Euop I VVllbe JA Leading Feature W ofThes t c t Courier journal J During 1905 4 There will be many other attractive departrnentiinll going to make a complete newspaper Mail Rates Daily one yearLSjfDaily and Sunday i 8 Weekly i year Ty COURIERJOURNAL CO iIfLOUISVILLFKY z Bym Special Arrangement you camf I iL The OUtIooE i and The WEEKLY f OU JOtBNAL both one year fo m16c This is for cash subpcr only All subfcriptions tinder 4 fcninbin tlnn offer must ia eat hiF0U1 Imur QOTLOOK euiIe i I t jiv f Si