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J It t t4t 2 Ir i t 0 C 1 JJf I rir J4 f0t J tS 0 itr 1J Ij r JtJ riff0 t l J fIf I fV 1 X J e 0r tt jj c ivi r r jo f V r I d r TI rlw r 1 JtJ wIrf4t SSS ft o rk I I re 4r pY ioiirI 4 t FJtJI h J i fr iI r f c 7i54 4C r 44 fI V aq i t r I i t l 1 I 4 mrnnillttf ntio k r tfIJJJt 1 lot tit ii t A f t f t 4 1fJJ rff i tJ7f r If yj 7tfJ1 N 1 = J irJrl rJ t i t l t p KENTUCKY iI I1Y jcI f OWINGSVILLE THURSDAY MARCH 9 1905 NO I S4 rt J c 010 ft f t liet prl s 1 it l tIerv ot gn 1ow 1sold to b IIt s4 7 rother is wle nent fop r i i f ogl1 Chill Plow c t 1I Xing plows harrows DOlt e Qtbrs t Brother tt Coewv c fGeo T Young is the uthorized I 1 g of TOE OUTLOOK cato Dr G W Conner wakes tech from the cheapest to tho best 10 B PrRoisk eggs Conger strain We for IB J W Eininons Bethel Ky Tho fnrmera have been very busy burning tobacco beds tho past week While delivering your tobacco get thnt nice cook stove of Bud Brother Bua Brother will s II you n cookstovo trimmed complete from 7 to 60 viSn mature Hart r300 luSman bottled beer und Budwciscr bottled and keg- Everything firstclass in hard ware stoves plows and harrows at Bud flrotherBpnBrother Urcther have opened 5theIr tobacco cotton Get ofbeforeAll who have property toEellnt public auction call on M D Faris lie wilt give satisfaction Oliver means the beet to bej c iiouxht in chilled plows has no equal or by Byron Bros Our line of cook stoves nndI trimmings is complete See them price them BYRON finosal Young housekeepers try Byron roscor your housekeeping outfit They will sell you good goods at a 1080 figure DrG W Conner the dentist uses Qilonlundcr und all approved anaesthetics for the painless ci IrI11SCztarnkhneIi Springs at 15 per acre ftVajTe yiiur order fur fertilizer l witlj E L k cbratUeailXtle riiductron the market tu have Fold your ttlhllCCo nt 1tt io id pricfs now buy your xvife n r took etnve wnRhtntf or sewing ma hJne of uBud Brother Get 100 Ibs of UeiidB tobacco fertUizT fur your plnt1tI1 which guarantees rnur plllOlflut cJ fc Jb A T Bransfi Nothing Is more annoying thaii to bu breaking pilots uu yonqilow ev toSa r t ttiaittruiibheIYou will t results Itou UFO r5 Oi1IFarmere Fertilizer on your J double Try it on ev rj thing For sale by A II Daw r eon atcoil yard t itSiSiSistore at ftloreheod last week undur y thornaititgeweritotJnhiti K Richt toara Mr Richards family will not go until later r JFcR SALE Two 8 ft show CI8 J a 6J hfloor case an 8ft illcaw SiflIllife good organ sewr ing machine and many other ar tIdes BASCOM StcKGEtt PIowghlkeplgsrootthe gVoundV y by thi hnttnnooga is more satisfactory tlmu thut done b tho pigs or any other make of plowla II the market Buy u Chattanooga and you will be pleased fv We sell the Leader cook Btovo SISWhite harrows 1 and firatehisshardware Comet ue us BHOTHEU I Co Stoves Stoves Stoves k Stoves Moro cook etovcs atBudBrntbers thapJnanyr6tortjTa6t of Lexing 1ii ton Ky t the tried tested and trusted 1tPhIine Grove SunrIsdand Bakew il- lcookstovesOhlvor plow RailMit tochellbarrow They will do the work E L de A T BiitoK- GjWTOECHAiTAJfdooAA8 the eprlugflpproaches ou will be look lngoveryoursupplyot Implements BO as to be ready to pitch your crop At earliest possible moment Dont hose time and moiiHy by using souie a heavy hardrunning plow wheu you can buy the Chattanooga that runs light and las strongly buJit that does not breakevtr time you tu aroundSi thathil Bc te laheJ8dof buKinsw stationery on the best stock in tasteful style at the most t reasonable prices Compare our A1 work with that turned out by any e 4 jipMcoand you will find it to IAji1ypqratLantageto bayous do your f We alko print posters dodger 4 pawphletB and everything usually IceJII anyjU ltet nd other blanks i s 4 I j tPERSONA IinnllllgtClay Byron returned to Cntletts burg Saturday JIrs Bert Daniel has returned froti a trip to St Louis Clark Patterson ot Mt Sterling as here Sunday I Dr B Cornelisoii Is down with n se of PtieLitlII11iLtthWnlter Coyle has been conflned to his homo with illnessvJ W liutcheoon null Mrs Kelly Richards were down with grip Robert Mnnloy of upper Prickly Ash left Monday for Kansas J dnughtehVoE W Heflln went to Washington Baltimore and New York last week Mrs JJ Nesbitt Is In Lexington with her daughter Mrs V PStruder Walter Hurper wife nod son Itch of camo Monday to visit relatives Jilss Florence Vilann of Paris sited her aunt Mrs John Scott the pnst week tuMrs Jstlinery openings Mrs Rico Crooks aLit Miss Laura Shuckelford were guests of Mrs A N Crooks Friday Arthur Byron moved this week to Connor property on High Street rc1iasd by himIMis Bottle Wren of Salt went Monday to buy n spring stock goods at Cincinnati r It L Zimmerman came Purls Saturday on a visit to hlsk j lly and returned Sunday ly f Mrs Hugh Cox of Bard camo thu past week to be wit father ijapt W P Conner Miss Elizabeth Galtskill of Chester camo lust week to via sister Mrs Jesse Hampton Mrs Jacob Kinraid dnuRhte ny and sons liurrill and Hub ijl down with grip last weekp Mrs Oscar lalmer and ebhlil turned Saturday from n visit t formers parents near Bethel rW G CartmIN and family o Reynollsvilleleft londay forH a ston III where tiey vllhiunkctrahomo r V Mrs J M Myers Mrs Ed Mt U of Mtllniul Mr und Mrri H y of Rutland were callers a r V 11CC ThursduV jJh John D Stone and son X irllski cnmo fformers son Rubt Jj TOll1dI 5R up PIT Prickly Ash ffi In I ZtIlWflrcalizoU nearly twothotisand d fhis tobacco tills yeah Tho itown Rick list inclmlos 3nth BoltK Mrs U A GofroJl1 Andy Denton and bouinof thin i reultert Daniel Mrs MD Fai The following have licin dOWI urlp CUItW P Conner rPerry Jnines T IMers J M +3er Ed Ullls fwd Miss Edna B GeorSteels hostoffriendr comp him back from Montp1 couiUyio his old SultWvlI net hood Uuorgu was in town M Mr T J Barnes and daj Miss Nora of Suit Lick wfV wn Momhiy tho latter guest of Misses Mary andf Sheehan J Morris Brown has secured desirable position as bookk4 tlie Louisville oniee Life Insurance Co of New There were numerous The news Is pleasing to MJorrlf friends Bud Brother is iole llg tI- the Chattanooga Chill Plow Born Thursday morning bgene Brother and wife n da Eugenia their firstborn A carload of the Ohio F Fertilizer the best try it Asnnr DAWSON Coal 1 f John Shrout sold forty one and 10 acres of land near town south oC Preston pike toJames Williams t 30 pcr acre t d W L Whitton of White OnkI eeld n milch cow to John Whitley fur 3250 and bought one oCI James Riddle for 35 I now have u complete stock ofI wngollsonhandCush T S SHROUTo Henry Hopkins sold a half inter e heatR timrnatacre atMtdel Mubn Will preach morning ateuiRht Communion at 11 All tho officers are requested to be present at the morning service FShirouta sJ whelLin town whethoryou wish tol buy or not terms to ou Dont think yoU cannot etcfcdityoa can x siJr i3daughterOakfdied March 4 of pneumonia und UnfonChurohtherenvod family havoTu OUTLOOKS sympathy In their loss CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court JudgeAWoungbelllg gopropostponed until tlio May term The ury was dismissed and until Friday when 3mL Young to be able to attend y perReynoldsPiersall were to be wedded at Elder BH Ross Wednesday afternoon of this week Miss Piersall is Ughter of Reuben Pldrsallbf w of town Mr Reynolds is u son of jStephen Rejrnpldsof JbnesBranch w SL if t i POISONED HY PEACHES Clarence Thompson aged 16 son of George Thompson of color uto of a can of peaches that had been opened for some time and the fruit left in the can lIe became dangerously sicl iTiiutsdny night but gradually re covarcd coBR00011TWLTNESSWiudsor to 00nco unty brought here Sunday Jor K heitnessenhthi vs Thos McCarty for tho killing of Geo Wilson of color PARDON REFUSED Tho Ohio in nlterfereof Herman Hamilton of color who w ofasrobbing a man ut Portsmouth However the Governor has respited ed him for two weeks in order to not have tho execution on St Pat fi re faaredHamilton deceased thNOTICgTIlOcky Conference of the Churrh of esus Christ of Latter Day Saints will hold their Conference in the Owingsvillc Courthouse Saturday and March 11nod 12 M nieetings230pmnndItn 780 p m Elder lIen E Rich Pros of the Southern States Mission will bo with us Every V te I Ji C 1 j t tift a1 J a i J 0 J j 1 s 4 tiI I I t 5 c iJ j re f l r t i i 1 S i Bl i 1 t 1t11 1 V ZI44Sdo hrir r r rb5S5 i i 1st4 A b t k iy t i ti4 iA jJI f+ I ic t 1t 1 1 j 5t tJiI 5I kI t i 44C d t f t0 tS ile arc 1 I v Illinois which is the seat of Mucoupin county onFeb12 midst a blizzard which continued- on the 18th with the temperaturiC down to 26 degrees n snow on the ground 11 Inche deep There is quito a colony of Bail county people in Macoupin county The oldest settler ftorn Bath ipjohn I Vver40settler is J P Karrick who cumeI agofromP McOlaiD also of Salt Lick tbonex Is C W Karriok also of the eastern par of Both and the last in line with the exception a f our humble servnntiti HS Roh of Mud Lick Harve smy s to tell all his friends hello for him This is a beautiful farming country with its broad extensive prairies bei g do void of any timber with the exception cit along the stroamv Land sells in this county for from 60 to 125 per acre Wages for payfromboard for farm hands and for men on public works from 125 toI 175 perday for ton hours work The crops in this part of the coun try last year were poor on account of the season being too wet in the offIBut the prospects for wheat are the best Itbnt have been known for years Corn is worth 4T cents per bushel hero now hay is 950 per ton oats perhundredber head Cuttle are worth from 42010480 per hundred and liorfies and mules are a good round price selling from J40 to S17en IItockSlupperspayt qualityVours truly GEOTGE W KAHRICK Wj y To MAKR DkvlloNlamen Clan bought at public sale the 70acre Mclvinivan farm west of town a t 5055 per acre John McKinivnn bought it back of Clark Tho solo was made to effect n division Mrs John W Shrout wishing to sell her onefifth interest in 40 acres and uld not agree with the other heirs priceSDAVISCAIAEUT Robert Davis sweetheurtsposed to their marrying probablyon account of tho girls age is 15 years accord III to tier parents or17 by her own statement r was fur tho lovers to mal ry Determined to unite their lives mat tbuythe parents James Culvert and wlfo nelghborhoodMui1dflJ sick and needed their attcntionThey ly w RjolmiedOwingsvillo License was refused theflltlllJrhono The Rev J M Fuqua was Inthlgobnck soheladyMrR Scott ut Shcrburno Both aro ce worthy of miliesgCORRESPONDENCE Sharpsburgli an hdj Iie Tobacco Association is o thurethlookedie ohn and A W English were oh sick list last week with some JB like grip akc Walah and Turner itItv n Peters Sunday t Hit Jewell is able to boout in after u confinement at home eight weeks with rheumatism lisa Lena Howard after a two- ks stay with relatives at Lex 1 ton returned home Wednesday LIere atidarclwtirenthlug coPy WEginof Mnysville was j lmweek on lnif i ness hilt wu id homo by the illness of his j j ieorge Hart substitute for WIll ycrnft Carrier on the R F Li te NIL 4 waa called on duly dny Mr Crnycrufi being sick rfie Crouch anti WlI r Bi yd 16 bought the Jewell store tit Ii Creek Dfuiitts old standS J will run the store Mr Boyd bu the accommodating clerk oseph P File of St JamcMo died at Mt Vernon Ind was jed in Cwn Hill Cemetery r Monday Jie leavesa wifehjjjerly Miss Nancy Kincer rrelatives Bethel R Robertson went to Louis t1ondayaArch has on her Sunday clothes 6thxM Ratliff and J W Emraons in Owingsville Mondaydaers are burning tobacco beds Mrning the ground for corn Trumbo and C B WI1 If Carlisle were in Bath lust jdaywand Sargent de Ielivere t their tobacco to French MondayVt 0cdA H Robertson bought John and Bob Clarks tobacco Saturday at 9 and lOc SP Baird and wife of Carlisle vlsitod their son W P and daugh ter Mrs Cy Arrasmith Sunday I would have seconded Slate alleys motion for the pull for p rohibition if the editor hadnt said nay Mrs W P Given has la grippn endS fianfrdTom Crouch and daughter Bertie Jewel have the mumpsaSeveral were o first of this month David Grouch moved to J Wand Bobs farm Rich Kinney moved to place Mr Crouch moved from t Tom Peters the C B Williams farm John Eomons to C R Cannons place Bi1l1Day to Mr Irvins farm Mrs Annie Ratliff moved to her farm t Ipheknimble fill gilts touched the silver chords and played that ever sweet and melodious song of love as the throlgbHwltles two souls tuned in unison with its harmony who in the Joy of their hearts cried out Thone accord We are to the ast- hordetwhohnve launc11edupon tba sea of matrimony So Brother L T Fizet on March 1 1905 cut the brittle cord that bound the fra bark and sent it sailing the plac bytwoits5MimyV1cddieofMr IB8antnelgbbor1iool nlemlauiryoung man and is a f6 ts amongst herthebrldoI friend and acquaintances Since they have decided to cast their lots together in the early springtime of life tony health wealth and happi ness fall in their pathway from the cornucopia of old Father Time is tho wish of ninny friends Graves on Roosevelt Washington March 3 Theodore R bjillw P p thilayingcountrybutB fondwyThe President is a natural Dem ocruthe says so himself a Ben ton Democrat he calls it How he m piepublican P shlainedThe Republican leaders nee prolestedhisdeliberately tried to sielve him by m him VicePrcpident h anisBut the Providence which shapes tlio destinies of nations and of men ri peolcreat Democratic which car ri Prceof brlhieDemocratic band wagon antmas actually seized tho reins the without o mgyw clasforemedialfighting the railroad rate iniquities in utmost Ihe exact terms of the Hearst bill of last March He is demonstrating regard for popular rights and a fearlessness of corporIte displeasure which is as so is ofachingh b ofackbonecitizens in a republic that has been too much inclined to cower and tremble before the o crtencesyndicates I do not fear or hesitate to 6ft3 this much of the Republican Pres i4ent because it U true and be o tftutpolicies will nil work out to the g ood and glory of the Democratic p v thindicatingand practicability whose creed h o hifof ours mnktngD t out of men who tiavo been Ropubli cans anti making over those who behoofDocrhatis old hid houhd party of privil ege and taqiFfed parasited along wuyThey thcarcelyastonishment which his boldness producedI lhis faoliticalpnrticulorlylnvhedilference a muttering nil through the ranks of tho Republican party nd the murmur will deepen to a stoiia itillt gheare RooteVelt will stand as Grover Cleveland didnt nuts with all the leaders of his political army and as II wedge to split in twaInan or anizatlon that has 5cf trcurriedr steadyNor is the President himself 0 r fleapm austwithout the expectation of political reward He hasdefinltely and distinctly put b9hin him the dusire or pxpectationhas pledged himself to be no more a candidate tor Presidential onors He cannot in honor lea d gain His party will not deserve the credit for his popular adminie tration Ho himself is out of the race for indorsement By the next national campaign the Republican party will be split into fiercest fac reignThespecial privilege which furnishes t the money will be implncalile against Democratic President in a Republican administration They will stand in phalanx for the old creedspf protection and favoritism There Is no compromiee and no concession to be expected from them They will force the old era ft ghaveto the Presidential haven But there are thousands of honest Republicans who since the war in loyaL and unquestioning faith have followed the fortunes of the partyI haveInever m ranks because their traditions were set To these njeu Roosevelt is a revelation He fq preaching them Democracy from a Republican pulpit He is Bbovqjnii them Ui at the thingu which Ierats have pleaded for for Vdrty years and which they bav been taught to J 1 J At l J li fJ believe would bring rttin ti Ihe- clJuntryare good things mind righteous things and that they can Le done and ought to be done Those men can never be Republi cans after tho old fashion any more theltcyesThoycRuse it is the light of popular liberty Now who will theee men follow They cannot follow the spoilsman and tho trust magnate Not all o fat of syndicates can tempt em any more EillWhat then but the Democratic party is left to carry the creeds und policies which these honest men have been taught by n great exam e to respect If only the Democratic party ah be true to itself and to III great traditions If only tile Dew ncratic party will rise to tho level of the great opportrnity which is presented to it in this tremendous movement Ifonly the trimmers d cowards and halfRepublicans w be quiet or quit und give a real Democracy free course to be glorified No halfhearted platform no cumbrous platitudes no straddlingCootestatloniB und no uncertain candidate can rally the ave true men who have been lib crated and inspired by the splendid yellrTbeeet in a definite nnd aggressive mpaign The issues mutt be ear Thesehtences must be short enoughCorhis hat FirstRetormthefiobberTnriSecondRegulate Trusts Third Equalize taxation if it takes on income taxto do it Fouith Arbitrate the differences labor and capital- FittliZdakereasonimblethehouri labor ofIput stripes on ev y man who buys or bullies an- therican ballot Go to the country in seven ring ing sentences and the country will respond in a storm of ballots that will bury tbe Republican party Every qonvert that Roosevelt is making now to the doctrines of po meyith hereafter to the party from borrowinghisThere are many Democrats it IP true whose creeds and personal in rests will carry them to the ranks of the old conservative party of property and privilege Let them go and the sooner tin tter For the great rank of the pepphAmericareinforced uited by the great army whom 8eelt has liberated from Republican tradition will wake a majority mightier than Roosevelts own And in that majority will be write rebuke of the selfish and greedy J olisman and the triumph of thereat people the greatest good of the greatest numberfor whom the government was builded by the thers and for whom it must be a if it Hopes or deserves to revive It shall be the purpose oftliip and subsequent letters to point the Democratic people to their splendid opportunity and to the way to meet JOHN TEMPLE GRAVES WBAT MUBOURI GALS LxztA young man haying earmarks of tin geagniculturisstreet last dealledact Before opening the door to ep back into the street he pulled e cork poured a few drops of the on his handkerchiefand s he placed the bottle in his vest pocket remarked to the clerkhlC Mlssnurigoll1like perfumeryJoplin Mo Globe CosTs To Orxx WRoNG Larrans Washingtollhue any person taking out of the postc office mail other than their own postmasters BIO liable to make misfe wtnngboxesmust examine their mail before leaving the olDce and should they receive piece which if notaddress n a lencePostmaster makes no difference This law includes newspapers asswell as first class mail There is a class of curious people everywhere contemptiblymall matter which they chance to et holdof They will open all- etters coming into thblr possession and oftin when knowing full well t fheyiIinftcron the envelope opened by mistake and without signing their name drop it back in the postoQlce box at night or during the night when not observed This class of individuals are warned io be care fulin the future If they open hereafter mail that does not beldnttothem they must sign thoir name and state why they opened the same whether by accident or de sign GalcBburg lllRegistcr J aS IVULCANThey are the tujst and the ch ap6i t for they do the brAt woit Tifie RlhrteCd aiui try one PLOW Vefiavoanhfudeand trio farges VlCMIlllVvi stock timid tho toweot prices Onf Handinade Drceching Check Lines nnd Blind Bridles will outwear tfiree of the other kind Come and see them and I will savd yon money ant give you HomemliUo goods that are warranted MINIM Owingsvilk Racket StoreWe are selling goods at the same place ancfe r jwill be here during the year 1905 iCome in and see how much you CUll save by trailing with its i bagainilb1 1 Wood Rolling Pins 8c C White China Fruit Saucers 25oC p Fiber Water Buckets 26c Vegetable Bowls 20 15 10av 2 Kitchen Lamps with reflectors 25c Hair Pins buncfr 2e i4ltWoodrim Sieves 80 Mens Sox Holders pr 5c i Staging ball4c Ladies Hose Siipporterspr 200 0 Largo Bottle Blueing oc Talcum Powderr lO6cr MnysvilleCpiChaincororedlbSXo Curtains pr 9875 6040c Curry Combs 128 So Safety Pins dnz 6 4 3c t b Tin Pie lans 2c Scrim for curtains yd 10 5ci i CASH PAID FOR EGGS f E W HEFLIN 1 Cash StoreTh- EINEPRICE 4ZCLadlesWaist244OsoKerchiefsHens Bow Ties23c Chk Dimity n 14C CAsa Pop EGtGS t MRS D S ESTILL p it rid f FROM A WIFES DAIRTAword to the wise is resented Many are culled but few get up Where theres a will theres a lawsuit Honor is without profitIn most countries When folly is bliss tis ignorance to be otherwise Fools rush fn and win where an ls fear to tread Love is romantic Matrimony cidedly a matter of fact A young man recently rushed in to u telegraph office an I sent the following message to his wifes family Twins today more tomorrow FORGOT tOE WORDA Scotchman und an Irishman had been sore against one another for some time und finally the Scotchman proposed that they ehoutd fight it out with their lIsts = nd that no truce should be declared until one ornho other ried Sufficient The Irishman assented and they ll to with right good will pound log each other in so lively a manner thai in a short time the bystanders could not tell which was the Irish man and which the Scotchman Fi ally the latter called nut Sufiic nt und us the two wiped their aces the Irishman remarked Begorra I was glad to hear you ay that It is the word 1 have been trying to think of mcself for- eth last live mnlnutesEx wr McINTIRKI Elliott building opposite Owing Huuse- OWIN3SVILLE KY AUCTIONEER you wont the services oran auc call on me Terms reason able GEORGE H GUDGELL OdessaKy5- l p l L t y = t Palace igmsm hopEJ1 i I SEXT TO OUTLOOK OFFICE NATISFACTON IGUARANTEEET Jr THOS J JONES Livery Fe6d Sale Stable j OWINGSViLLE KY Iil f for l1ors811nd nitsjgUlers 55TolephonaI ton Ion 1 SaleCourt Day I have one good secondhiind two 11horse W 0011 and double liurnesstin secondhand sprlngwag n two see 1 rJ ouclhiuid helkcllrts one second I handhand surrey one large 2horse sprIIlJtw lon which will 8000 Ibf and three sicon Miami buggies which I will sell MhrcU 13 Court day at 11 oclock In front of the jCourthouse at the highest bring So you have achuuce tobuOfthem at your OWl price us the room for new buggies and will ehiclebringT S SHROUT iiNTHpWORLD IUAN Closing Out 4 SALE c e j i We havesold partbf bur r 1 store to J A Power and Tbalance i of Cut Glass Silverware V etc will besold atgreatl 3 reduced prices il I t BascomSturgelll i 4 t s1- 4 0 tt t v I t C ctl t s 1 1tt Ii kL I it 5 J W0a IIifl S It V f OUTLOOK c CO Publisherj Ti t r KFNTt1CKt 4Sd 4 Jt DOOR OPENS 4e3 tI 5s early early ar sJo v farmhouse tirrs tt Incense pearly n wavrlng morning spires When the cheep In nooks of the meadows 1 Are lying still Arid the old wheel dreams In the shadows Behind the mill Then In the hush f the dawning In the sIlvery mists and the dew fled op ns the door a little way antI little J fiet to through I fl Somctlmrs Its when the wonder The hush and the dews have fled And noontide life pants under The glare of the noon oerhead jI when the plowmans furrows are creeping y Over the lands Or rlf ea the whir of the reaping On every hand Or ever the swath Is finished or the long brown furrow Is run t The unseen door swings wide and the strong mans work Is done if Sometimes when the lumps of heaven t And the homelier lights of earth Itarn dim In the lonely even On high or beside the hearth When the children go and the cheery 1 Good nights are said And naughts by the Ore but a weary And bowing head Then opens the door where all roads end or run they east or west f And child and man and a chUil again go I In and are at rest William Hervcy Woods In Youths Com t panion I Dri and I By UV1NO BACDELtEt Author d Eben HoHen Darrel of t the Bteued tiles Etc t COpjTlrbt UN bj LoUp rubiltbica Compao t H CHAPTER VII CosTu o 4 He knew a little about rough fighting with a Eaber lie had seen my father and mo go at each other hammer awl tongs there In our dooryard every day I of good weather Stormy days he had S always stood by in the kitchen roar In with laughter as the good steel rang and the house trembled He had been slow to come to it but hall had his try with us and had learned to 3 take an attack without flinching went at him hard for a final lesson that day i in the woods a great folly I was 4 soon to know We got warns and smade more noise than I had any thought of My horse took alarm and pulled away running into a thicket I turned to catch him Judas Priest said Drl 1 There within 10 feet of us I saw that made me ever after a more pru dent man It was an English officer leaning on his sword a tall and hand some fellow of some 40 years in shiny topboots and scarlet blouse and 4 A gauntlets of brown kid EJ pJ Yon are quite clever said he if touching his gray mustache pullingpmyself together You wlll1enmhe added smiling With atone ot encouragement Let me show you a tricky He was most polite In his manner like a playhero and came toward me aa he spoke Then I saw four other 0 Britishers coming out close in upon us from behind trees He came ai me quickly ana I met vt him He seemed to think It would be L no trick to unhand my weapon Like B1berheofi begun to shoot dodging between trees and a redcoat had tumbled over I bore in upon my man but he came back at me with surprising vigor On my word he was the quickest swords man I ever had the honor of acing But be had a mean way of saying SVsoon L Hat as be turned my point He angered me whereupon I lost a bit of caution with some blood for he i as at me like a flash and grazed me h5 ijnHhenifsJjefore I could get my head t I f was no parlor play I can tell you We were fighting for life and t both knew It We fought up and down through brakes and bushes and over t stones a perilous footing I could Iehis hand weakening I put all 1 speed to the steel then knowing 1V well that barring accident t should win I couldhcar somebody coming mclaway there my adversary Jf shouted with a fairness I admire when i I think of it I can handle him Getx 4 the other fellow I I went at him to make an end of It Ill make you squint you young cub be hissed lunging at me shoulft sparks fly Then he went down wrig cling I had caught him in the side i oor fellow Like a flash I was off t r In n thicket One of the enemy got t l7 out of my way and sent a bullet after I InyI r Vkept foot and made far my horse He had caujht lila reins and I was on I J i him and off in the bush between bul 4VVICt- S that came ripping the leavcsabout nethefore they could give chase Drums were beating the call to arms eomewhere I struck the trail In a t rolmitc and leaning low in the saddle VV went bounding over logs and rocks ydown a ttecp hillside as if the devil c j were alter rae I looked back and was nearly raked off by a bough I could 1bcnrhoise coming in the trail behind witfi quick and heavy jumps But I f was up to rough riding and had little s pfear they would get a sight of me HowevercroESlng a long stretch of burnt timber they must have seen me Y17 I he ird a crack pf pistols far behind 11whis cf bullets over my head I s y i book out the reins and let the horse b 1l 10 urging with cluck and spur never q Vtelaekfng for rock or hill or swale It 5 g was a wilder ride than any I hare tt JnoDsIDCII or shal again I can l E promise you for God knows I have J 4b en hurt tea often Fast riding over a new trail is leaping In the dark and Addt34 then you have something to give you ItJa- rt Si kind of ribache and could hear no pur Z uer I pulled up There was silence about roe save the sound of a light offf4 t grunt1nsIr jjioi my breath and a rod of beech to btcprcnagood thing If one has been 7 f ha lrsl ung and has a journey to make f V44flyeIninutes I was up and off at a x w Joe forlTnew I was near safety l i i thbiJf at Much of poor D rlandhow h fc nighi befarJngThelast I badEofh1th be was making good use of plstqf and legs running rom tree to tree He was a dead shot little t tiven to wasting lead The drums were what werried me for they indicated a big camp and unless he gqt to the ttlrruj s Jn short brder h0 must haye J4rVt3tCU rovecJIeJmhIJodds rr l f ilr rt li Gt ti H i j5p iJ c A It was near sundown when i came to a brook and falls I could hot remember passing I looked abmit me Some where I had gone off the old trail everything was new to me It widened as I rode on up a steep hill Where thfe treetops opened the hill was coy crud with mossy turf and there were fragrant ferns on eaoh side of me The ground was clear of brush and dead timber Suddenly I beard a voice singinga sweet girl Voice that thrilled me I do not know why save that I always longed for the touch of a wo man if badly hurt But then I have felt that way having the pain of neither lea J nor steel The voice rang In tho silent woods but I could see no one nor any sign of human habitation Shortly I came out upon a smooth roadway carpeted with sawdust It led through a grove and following it I came suddenly upon a big green mansion among the trees with Doric pillars and a great portico where ham mocks hung with soft cushlona In them and easychaira of old mahog any stood empty I have said as little as possible of my aching wound I have always thought it bad enough for one to suffer his own pain But I must say I was never so tried to keep my head above me as when I came to that door Two figures in white came out to meet me At first I did not observe I had enough to do keeping my eyes openthat they were the Miles de Lambert God save us I heard one of them say He Is hurt he is pale See tho blood running off his bootleg Then as one took the bit the other eased me down from my saddle calling loudly for help She took her hand kerchief that had r perfume I have not yet forgottenas she supported me and wiped the sweat and dust from my face Then I sav they were the splendid young ladiee I had seen at the counts table The discovery put new life In mo It was like a dash of water in the face I lifted my bat and bowed to them Ladles my thanks to you I said in as good French as r knew I have been shot Iay I ask you to send for a doctor- A butler ran down the steps a gar dener and a ttableboy hurried out of the grove To the big roomthe Louis Qulnze said one of the girls excitedly as the men came to my help The fat butler went puffing upstairs and they followed on each side of me Go for a doctor quick said one of them to the gardener who was coming behinda Frenchman who prayed to a saint as he saw my blood They led me across a great green rug In a large hay abovestairs to a chamber of which I saw little then save its CODS OP WARt WE MADE TuB SPARKS FLY size and the wealth of its appoint meats The young ladles set me down bidding one to take off my boots and sending another for hot water They asked me where I was hurt Then they took oft my blouse and waist coatMon DIeu said one to the other What can we do Shall we cut the shirtCertainly Cut the shirt said the other We must help him We can not let him die God forbid was the answer See the blood Poor fellow It is terri bl rr4They as they cut my shirt with scissors and bared my back and washed my wound with warm water I naver felt a touch so caressing as that of their light fingers but gods of war it did hurt me The bathing done they bound me big with bandages and left the room until the butler had helped me into bed They came soon with spirits and bathed my face and hands One leaned over me whispering and asking what I would like to eat Directly a team of horses came prancing to the door The colonel one of them whis pered listening The colonel upon my soul said the other that sprightly Loulson as she tiptoed to the window They used to call her Tiptoes at the Hermitage The colonel I I remembered she was none other than the Baroness de Fer re and thinking of her and the grateful feeling of the sheets of soft linen I fell asleep CHAPTER VIII The doctor came that night and took outofmy back a piece of flattened lead It had gone under the flesh quite half round my body next to the rib without doing worse than to rake tho bone here and there and weak en me with a loss of blood I woke awhiio before he came The baroness and the tat butler were sitting beside me She was a big stout woman of some 40 years with dark hair anti gray eyes and teeth of remarkable symmetry That evening I remember IIhe was in full dress My poor boy said she in English and in a sympathetic tone as she bent over me- Indeedmy own mother could not have been kinder than that good woman She was one that had a heart and hand for the sickroom told her how I had been hurt and of mjrride She heard me through with a goy In Jier eyes What a story said she What a daredevil I do not see how It has been possible for you to live She spoke to me always in English of quaint wording and quainter ac cent She seemed not to know that I could speak French An Impressive French tutoi a fine old fellow obsequious and baldheaded sat by me all night to give me med- Icine In the morning I felt as if I had a new heart in me and was plan fling to mount my horse I thought I ought to go about tilT business but I fear I thought more of the young ladies and the possibility of my ieeing them again The baroness carfle V J c VV L after I had a bite to cat I told her I felt able to ride You are not able my child You cannot title the horse now said she feeling my brow maybe not for ver long time I have a large house plenty servant plenty food Parblcu be content We shall take good care of you If there is one message to go to your chile you know I shall send It I wrote a brief report of my ad venture With the British localiiifi tho Scene as carefullyjas might be anti she senflt by mounted messenger to the flung The young ladies they wish to see you said the baroness They are dndheartcd they would like to do what they can But I tell them no they will make you to be very tired On the contrary it will rest me Let them comesI said But I warn you said she lifting tier finger as she left the room do not fall In love They are full of mischief They do not study They do not care You know they make much fun all day Tim young ladles came In presently They wore gray gowns admirably fit ted to their fine figures They brought big bouquets and set them with a handsome courtesy on the table beside me They took chairs and sat solemnfaced without a word as if it were a Quaker meeting they had come to I never saw belter models of sympathetic propriety I was about to speak One of them shook her head a finger on her lips Do not say one word she said sol emnly In English It will make you yen sick It was the first effort of either of them to address me in English As I soon knew the warning had exhausted her vocabulary The baroness went below In a moment Then the one who had spoken came over and sat near me smiling She does not know you can speak French said she whispering and ad dressing me in her native tongue as the other tiptoed to the door On your life do not let her know She will never permit us to see you She will keep us under lock anti key Sho knows we cannot speak English so she thinks we cannot talk with you It Is a great lark Are you better What was I to do under orders from such authority As they bade me I hope you will say for that is what I did I had no easy conscience about it I must own Day after day I took my part in the little comedy They came In Quakerfaced if the baroness wore at hand never speaking except to her until she had gone Thenwell such animation such wit such bright eyes such brilliancy I have never seen or wound was healing War and stern duty were as things of the far past The grand passion bad hold of me r tried to fight it down to shake It off but somehow It had the claws ot- a tiger There was an odd thing about it all I could not for the life of me tell which of the two charming girls I loved the better It may seem In credible I could not understand it my self They looked alike and yet they were quite different Louison was a year older and of stouter build She had more animation also and always a quicker and perhaps a brighter an swer The other had a face more serious albeit no less beautiful and a slower tongue She had little to say but her silence had much in it to ad mire and indeed to remember They appealed to different men in me with equal force I did not then know why A perplexing problem It was and I had to think and suffer much before I saw the end of It and really came to know what love Is nnd what It Is not Shortly I was near the end of this delightful season of illness I had been out of bed a week The baroness had read to me crery day and Had been so kind that I felt a great shame for my part in our deception Every afternoon she was off in a boat or in her calcche and had promised to take rae with her as soon as I was able to go You know said she I am going to make you stay her a full month I have the consent of the general I had begun to move about a little and enjoy the splendor of that forest home There were Indeed many rare and priceless things In it that came out of her chateau in France She had some curious old clocks tokens of ancestral taste and friendship There was one her grandfather had got from the land of Louis XLVle Grand Mon arque of whom my mother had begun to tell me as soon as I could hear with understanding Another came from the bedchamber of Philip II of Spalna grand high clock that tolled the hours in that great hall beyond my door A little thing in a case of carved Ivory that ticked on a table nearby bed Moliere had given to one of her ancestors and there were many others of equal interest Her walls were adorned with art treasures of the value of which I had little appreciation those days But I remember there were canvasses of Corregglo and Rembrandt and Sir Joshua Reynolds She was indeed a woman of fine taste who had brought her best to America for no one had a doubt in the time of which I am writ ing that the settlement of the Com pagnle de New York would grow Into a great colony with towns and cities and fine roadways and tho full complement of high living She had built the Hermitage that was the name of the mansionfine and splendid as it was for a mere t6mporary shelter pending the arrival of those better daysShe had a curious fad this hermit baroness of the big woods She loved nature and was a naturalist of no poor attainments Wasps and hornets were the special study of this remark able woman There were at least a score of their nests on her front por tico big and little and some of them oddly shaped She hunted them in wood and field When she found a nest ube had It moved carefully after nightfall under a bit of netting and fastened somewhere about the gables Around the Hermitage were many withered boughs and briers holding cones of wrought fiber each a citadel of these uniformed soldiers of the air and the poisoned arrow They were assembled In colonies of yellow white blue and black wasps and white faced hornets She had no fear of them and Indeed no one of the house knowledgeIdoor and feed them out of a saucer There were special favorites that would light upon her palm overrunning Its pink hollow and gorging at the honeydropTo Continued Him Career Lord StonybrokeIts time Clarence that you werethlnklng about a careerDutiful SonI will be guided by you churchtstUdY 0 1 ihL J Jr l fI J NEWS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD Happenings of Interest Gathered and Condensed for the Busy Reader PROGRESS OF WAR IN FAR EAST Interesting Information From the Cap ital of the Nation With a Selec tion of Foreign NotesCasu aRies and Crimes CONGRESSIONAL- The senate In executive cession rat ified and mado public a treaty with all nations for the repression of the trade In white women Threo supply bills were passed in the senate They were the post office bill carrying 181526843 tljo pen sion bill carrying 138000000 and the river anti harbor bill carrying in Immediate appropriations and contin uing contracts 38350899 The house passed the generad deft ciency appropriation bill the last of the great supply measures to be acted on during this congress Tho total amount carried is 31224079 The senate passed the sundry civil appropriation bill carrying about C8 000000 Various amendments were offered to the measure- Representative Butler Pa introduced a resolution authorizing the na val commltteo to investigate tho ac tion of the navy department for mak ing tho awards for blue flannel cloth for the navy A bill to provide in one of the terri tories a leprosarylum for the segregation of lepers and to prevent the spread of leprosy In the United States was defeated in the house of representatives All the appropriation bills have been passed by the senate and house The total permanent and annual appropriations made at the session of the late congress were 697048104 while the estimated revenues for the next fiscal year were 725590515 Speaker Cannon of the house was presented a handsome loving cup the tribute of affection and esteem of the members regardless of party President Roosevelt took the oath of office and was inaugurated as presi dent for his second term Senator Fairbanks was inaugurated as vice presidentTho congress adjourned and the senate of the 59th congress was called In extraordinary session to act on appointments and other matters MISCELLANEOUS Mrs Jane L Stanford widow of the lato Leland Stanford California ml llonalre and railroad magnate who founded Leland Stanford unlveTsity tiled in a hotel In Honolulu It is sue pccted that she was poisoned There were no less than 662 grains of strychnine in the bottle of bleat bonate of soda from which Mrs Jano- I Stanford took a dose and died soon after in Honolulu A member of the womans household Is suspected of putting it there High sheriff of Honolulu denies that he said that he had found rtrjchnlne in the bottle from which Mrs Jane Stanford took a dose of medicine and died later The Japanese occupied Chanten after a desperate fight with bayonets A detachment took P taltsz seven miles rast of Chanten and the left wing occupied Wuaputzs on the Nengio river northeast of Chanten Altogether tho Japanese have occupied nine miles of the Russian rights post tlonThe Japanese have occupied the first Russian station east of the Liao river The Mukden trail is closed and per sons who have invested thousands of dollars in contraband goods are threat ened with bankruptcy The thunder of annon is heard from all positions Putiloff and Nov gorod hills are hidden by the smoko from the guns The bombardment was resumed after the repulse of an in fantry attack by Japanese Tho bill authorizing a loan of 4 000000 for public improvements unan imously passed the Porto Rican house Tho students of the clerical semi nary at Minsk Russia wrecked thr houses of the director and Inspector of schools and burned all their papers The Wcckerllng brewery of New Orleans burned Loss 200000 Battling Nelson of Chicago prac U ally knocked out Young Corbett of Denver in the ninth round at Sat FranciscoThe house by a vote of 116 to 9 passed the bill prohibiting bookmaking and pool selling at race tracks or elsewhere In the state Formal ratification of thp 99 yea lease of the Pere Marquette railroad system to the Cincinnati Hamilton 6 Dayton system was made in Detroit Marshall Field Chicago merchant is confined to the house with a bro ken leg the result of a fall on an icy sidewalkThe circulation statement shows tfiat at the close of business on February 28 1905 the total circu lation of national bank notes waa 469203840 an Increase for the year of 38879530VMonthly coinage statement shows that the total coinage executed at the mints of the United States during February 1305 was 5001190 as follows Gold 4306580 silver 559 000 minor coins 135610 The Nebraska house passed the antitrust bill While it affects all foreign public corporations it is aim ed specifically at the socalled Beet Trust and Standard Oil Co A bomb was thrown from a window overlooking the court yard of the Mauranoff district police station at Warsaw It fell in the midst of a group of soldiers but did not explode Two Jews have been arrested The Korean emperor has become a convert to Roman Catholicism and has requested the Seoul Catholic mission to receive him formally into the churchThe secretary of the navy will probably tales Adm Deweys place at the grand review of the North Atlantic fleet off Guantanamo Tho admiral has not been in the best of health re cently During the closing performance at the Zoo in St Louis a tiger suddenly spratgal Trainer Boger and seized Bogers head in his jaws Attendants went to the rescue and save Boger who was carried from the cage uncon scious Jidgo Osceola Kyle announces that b1tas resigned as judge In the Pan ama zone 1 hJ L dI fJ J PIJ d Jj Secretary Hitchcock In a statement transmitted to tthe house stated that no part of any funds appropriated by congress has been Used in the pun chase of rations for tho children at tending the Indian sectarian schools Terry McGovern issued a direct challenge to Jimmy Brltt Yovng Cor bett or Battling Nelson for a fight at 130 pounds ring side or 126 pounds at 3 p m The statement of the government receipts and expenditures shows that for February 1905 tho total receipts were 44608072 and the expenditures 41461234 leaving a surplus for the month of 3146838 The steamer New South which was torn from her moorings at Cincinnati was captured at Madison hid In the Mrs Chadwick hearing in the bankruptcy court at Cleveland Henry Wuerst of Elyria 0 testified that ho had mado Mrs Chadwick several loans On one of these for 2500 he had charged a bonus to Mrs Chadwick of 500 in addition to 6 or 7 per cent interestOne the new battleships author ized in the pending naval appropria tion bill will be named It is said the South Carolina No package of printed matter of any kind mailed in the United States addressed for delivery In the rcpub He of Panama shall weigh moro than four pounds and six ounces By the breaking up of the hugh Ico gorge In the Ohio river at Cincinnati property to the value of about 600 000 was destroyed or badly damaged Club boats coal barges and other craft were torn from their moorings and either demolished or carried dowr stream I The public debt was decreased 355 461 during February John L Sullivan once champion heavyweight pugilist of tho world knocked out Jack McCormick of Galveston Tex in tho second round of a four round boxing match Senator Wetmore presented to the senate the report of the joint commission to report on plans for the exten sion anti completion of the captol buildingPreliminary examinations for the appointment of assistant surgeons In the army will be held on May 1 and August 1905 at points hereafter to be designated Senators Emmons Bunkers Wright antI French were expelled from fbi California senate for receiving bjTThe police at T arsMePY since the assassination of G Scrglus have redoubled th precautions for the protect imperial family have ames pect who claimed that he tew of Gen Fock Former United States S iVward O Wolcott of Cobra the Hotel Do Paris Monte VijV Numerous conferences oil taneither one or two states i V at the present session 5A i The Russian governme sale concessions to ralhv has contributed largely t vat of the labor movemen c tcrsburg j In the Oskar coal mine yr- bor district Germany fire cutting off 15 miners wi was impossible owing to v gases It is believed all Emperor Nlchoas has r script to the mlnlterof 0 t A 4 stating that he has decif jr vene an assembly of elq sentatlves of the people r and consider legislative n Seven pprsons were killc ably 50 injured in a terri collision on the Pittsburg iJ1Pittsburgbatalllon of Ohio National ladles and officers stoppe of a hot box Before a fi J be sent back a special fi talnlng the members of canoe club of Cievelar t wives sisters and swecthc vInto the first train A train leaving New Yo Ington loaded with troofi going to the inauguraUol j in that it ran in 60 sect the largest number ever I j one road f rvSix packing companifV Co Swift Co S Sulzberger Co and Cud tered In the year 1903J Iof cattle out of a saughter in the Unit 500000 head or about f The ultimatum sent vy to the Russian gove Ins immediate refor4V jected A general so r Inevitable I Serious disorders J Polnanski cotton mt men were being painoritopsie summoned tono e order and three workmen were killed and 42 injured A general strike is expected Will I Nect 25 of Tulsa I T shot and killed his wife and then commit ted suicide At the Inquest it developed that the tragedy had been planned as both had written letters Gov Broward of Florida appointed James B Tnlllaferro to fill the ad Interim term as United States senator Senator Tallaferros present term expires on March 4 and the legislature does not meet until April A decision against railroad com panics was rendered In the United States district court at Springfield for violation of the safety appli ance act of the Interstate commerce lawThe Canadian camp ate a rhinoceros dinner at the Hotel Astor New York The guests included many women and numbered 250 It Is officially announced that the Earl of Selborne first lord of the ad miralty succeeds Lord Milner as British high commissioner In South H L Brand keeper of a boardinghouse at Do Queen Ark shot her eightyearold daughter Katie with a target rifle and then sent a bullet Into her own brain She formerly lived in IndianaTwo robbers blew the post office safe at Eagle Point a suburb of At lanta Ga secured 1500 worth of stamps and 20 in money and made good their escape The new government dyke 900 feet long at St Louis was destroyed by the ice The cost of the work was 200000A of models charts maps and books which formed part of tho German educational exhibit at the St Louis exposition was presented to Harvard university- A fire broke out in East Liverpool 0 and when the firemen gained con trol six fine buildings and many small er ones were in ashes while others were scorched or damaged by water causing a total loss of mor than half a mllJop doftais L rrj f12 f 7 Tr r I Ib A request by Nan Pattersons father that she bo allowed to go to Washington from New York in cus tody of a keeper to see her sister May Queen Milburn who he said was dy lag was denied by District Attorney Jerome Tho Texas legislature went on rec ord In both houses In a warm endorsement of President Roosevelts policy in regard to the Standard Oil Co and the alleged beef trust Dr William R Harper president of the University of Chicago who recently underwent an operation left the Presbyterian hospital and was taken to his home A sumptuous farewell banquet was tendered Ambassador Meyer by tho diplomatic corps and political leaders The leading American residents of Rome were present Marc Catiln of Chicago university established a new worlds record In the Illinois Chlcago track meet by making tho 50yard high hurdles In OC45 beating his own record of 07 Father Gopon leader of the Russian workmen on January 22 who had been In Geneva for two days left for London by way of Paris Locked In their cells keys to which were In the possession of the absent Jailer J D Reaves and Henry Crow awaiting trial for murder were roast ed alive at Bcntonvlllc Ark before assistance could bo rendered Other prisoners hall narrow escapes Louis Moore a potter 21 was In stantly killed at East Liverpool 0 by a fragment of brick which took off the top of his head The brick was hurled from the top of the walls of the burned George P Iklrt building which workmen were demolishing with dynamite Because her husband Lieut E B Chandler of the United States army had filed suit for divorce from her Mrs Bessie Chandler niece of the present governor of Maryland com mitted suicide in the Paxton hotel Omaha Neb J Edward Reese proprietor of the Reese Printing Co Louisville Ky shot and killed himself Dr Walter S Christopher a former Cincinnatian died at Chicago where he occupied a chair In the College of Physicians and Surgeons He was the author of several works on child studyCharles Holton 28 night forem1 r t kVm I aA 10 dI4 J J I l li I i rV4ya t ii1 ir t 5 ri if h i et t Ad t 34 c1 1 f1 t1 i f t q fii 1t t t1r i ff lji rYip tli f fiAJf t wV Ji 1 k- 1t4cUz J rd 7 f i r 4Sl tk wJff i VV t J5jrlf l r 5 tV I LunUW1Jaiiy elegrapl s correspondent at Toklo states that the fapanese Col Mlmada was killed at the capture of Selkajo and that Col Klober commander of the second Manchurian army was wounded- A negro who killed Dr Wm B OH phant was taken from the outskirts and strung up at Helms Station Miss The California assembly by a vote of 43 to 20 has passed the bill prohibiting pool selling or wagering on a horse race and providing a fine The antiprize fighting bill has been passed by the senate The largest coal deal In the history of the bituminous region of Pennsylvania was consummated when the Westmoreland Coal Co took over the Pennsylvania Gas Co for about 3 700000Adolph J Bloch of Washington Pa confessed toa murder for which his brother Eugene was hanged at Allen town Pa The Jury In the case of common wealth of Kentucky against William Taylor formerly governor tried In a mock court of the Drake universitys college of Iowa failed to reach an agreementA Introduced in the Illinois house to appropriate 500000 for the erection and maintenance of state packing houses in the penitentiaries at JoIIot and Chester Suit was filed In the district court of Chautauqua county Kansas against the Atchison Topeka Santa Fe railway charging violations of the anti trust laws In removing a hill In the eastern part of Chattanooga to supply dirt for the approaches of a viaduct workmen unearthed 20 skeletons supposed to be the remains of federal soldiers Secretary Wilson has issued a notice announcing that further importa tions of egg products in a dry state preserved with boracic acid or with preservatives with the exception of salt sugar vinegar or wood smoke will be regarded as a violation of the provisions of the existing laws Portions of the West Shore railroad In New York state wU be changed to electricity P I s it aPj j Jr 1 THE RUSSIA K2f 1 t r Field Marshal OyarnV in Both FlanK vI gl 1tI Large Quantities of Stores Spoils Captured By theA 1 jT Bloody Fighting andJ t V Losses on Both Sir C J r rs Toklo March 6Fleld ama Is continuing his around both flanks Oft army His front Is now a SMS the base on the Shakhe river Tius right drm reaching a point east of Fu shun and the left arm extending to a point west of Mukden lie is steadily tightening the great cord of men and steel Gen Kuropatkln Is striving desperately to check the Japanese advances contesting the flank encroach meats and hammering th Japanese center The Japanese arc making heavy gains of ground west of thO railway and have captured great quantities of stores and other spoils Thero has already been bloody fighting and heavy losses and this will be vastly Increased when the masses of Infant i rymeetEstimates of Gen Kuropatklns force between Shakhe and Tie Pass prepared here give a total of slightly more than 400000 composed of 335 000 infantry 33000 cavalry and 35000 artillery with 1504 guns This esti mate does not Include troops at Vlad- Ivostok and other garrisons railway guards and other employes Tho grand total east of Lake Baikal is estimated at 700000 men ANDREW CARNEGIE Trustee Looser and County Prosecutor Call on Him Cleveland 0 March Trustee of the Chadwick assets Nathan Looser and County Prosecutor Harvey n Keeler caVed by appointment upon Andrew Carnegie at the home of Syl ester T Everett in this city Mr Loeser brought with him the famous 5000000 note and the equally fa mous trust agreement The officials obtained specimens of Mr Carnegies handwriting for the purpose of com pirring It with the writing on the pa per which Mrs Chadwick used as se curity for many of her transactions Mr Carnegie was amused when ho saw the documents bearing his name The dissimilarity between the slgna ture which Mr Carnegie wrote for Mr Keeler and the signature which was reputed to be his on the bank paper was marked- A second purpose of the visit of Mr Carnegie was to learn if Mr Carnegie could bo dispensed with at the second trial which Mrs Chadwick and her husband will have to undergo upon state indictments RECIPROCITY TREATY Germany Wants One With the United States Washington March GThe Berlin advices Indicating a purpose on the part of the German foreign office to renew its efforts to secure something in the nature of a reciprocity treaty with the United States have attracted much attention in official circles here as It has been known for some time past that this was In contemplation In fact this matter has taken shape semlqfflclally through the presenta tion of Secretary Hay of resolutions adopted by the American board ot trade of Berlin favoring such an ar rangement A New Zion City Chicago March 6The mission ot- A Gladstone Dowle who visited Zion City as the ambassador of his father Dr John Alexander Dowle has been disclosed at a secret meeting of the elders and members In high standing of the Christian Catholic church The part made public was the definite an nouncement that a new Zion is soon to be established near the City of Mex- Ico where Dr Dowie now Is Only One Bill Vetoed Washington March 6Only one bill which passed both houses and was presented to the president failed to receive his signature This bill amended the present antf smoke law of the District of Columbia and was intended to be less severe on those who have not complied with the pres ent law Presidents Quiet Sunday Washington March President Roosevelt passed the first Sunday aft er his Inauguration quietly at the white house Surrounded by the mem hers of his family and his house guests he spent the day in recuperation To Investigate SoCalled Beef Trust Austin Tex March 11The Joint committee of the Texas legislature has begun the work of preparing data to assist the federal government in Investigating the methods of the so called Beef Trust Japans New Loan New York March 6The Yokoha ma specie bank opened subscriptions in this city for Japans new 50000 000 internal loan The minimum Issue price was stated to be 90 yen with the New York equivalent placed at 45 payable in Japan Raised Intense Interest London March 6The Intensely dramatic situation in Manchuria de veloped by Gen Nogls rapid advance and its strategic possibilities have raised excitement In Europe to the highest pitch The Presidents Inaugural Address Paris March 6 President Room velts inaugural address is the sub ject of much comment by the news papers here The Temps characterizes It as a triumphal hymn to the American nations grandeur and pros perity Ambassador Clayton Convalescent Mexico City Marsh 6 Ambassador Clayton who has been suffering from a severe attack of laryngitis Is conva lescent American Consul Parsons who contracted a severe case of tyh phold is without much change The Oldest Indian Dead Shawnee I T March 6lOathe Harjo a seminole known as Old Fish said to have been the oldest liv ing Indian in America is dead at tiw age of 110 He was born in the Eves glades of Florida and fought in the war of 1812 Slashed a Bfya Throat Paris Ill March 6Wm Chaney aged 16 killed Howard Tapscott 18 at Borton while the boys were return lag from a revival neeting A Quar rel was followed by a knife slash across the throat s L 4t41 j I rfj r VMaj V4V t t Z- f4V tJ jsl f I v I 0 VAI H 5 V I 4F I Rheu i e Neuralgia LIDacitacheSciatica t Prlc 23c ans VeVi 41- HE HAD THEM Gave His Order for Eggs faa Some what Puzzling Way and Some thing Happened t A salesman in a department store who possesses wit entered a rca Ptaurant in the central section of the city the other Jay and finding the wait IrelandBale the Philadelphia Press want one egg fried on one tide and the other fried on the other side and I want them the salesman Would you kindly vrite that on a piece of said the waiter I havent got time He quick I tell you Onefrkdegg fried on both sides and the egg ned on the other wasleavingIn a few minutes the salesman heard much commotion in the kitchen There were loud words antI they were punctuat ed bloaaPresentlyup to the salesman exclaimed hada terrible fight wid lie cookaLut those and youll have to take them scrambled Special Excursions to Southwest Feb 7 and 21 March 7 and 31 1905 via Kansas City Southern Railway To Port Arthur Beaumont Tex Lake Antoniolexandfor tickets with 21 Jays limit and ilege of stopping oil en route on both go inp and return trip ior literature describing The Land of Fulfillment the country along the K C K Ry or for further information re garding these excursions write to S G ByKansasHope is the one thing you cant bunko DailyNewsA Guaranteed Cure for Piles Itching Blind Bleeding orProtrudinPileL Your druggist tviii refund money Ii Pazo OixTMzNT fails to cure In 6 to 14 days We CVUnpleasantly Suggestive When the editor of an English paper received a fine chicken he it to be a token from some appreciative readVer After the editor a din rVncr in which the supposed gift played a part he received a letter from a nan who I sent you n chicken in order to settle a dispute which has arisen here Can tell us what the chicken diedfff = r7Albany Journal Needed Chair Im going to endow one of the uni versities paid the millionaire going to establish a chair Chair of what asked his friend Well I dont know what youd call it for short hut its a chair thats badly needed a chair to teach graduate how to get a job Brooklyn Pay for Rot Air in Advance What is a retainer pop A is money pee pIe pay uslawyers before we 1o any workSOh Isee Its like those pay gas meters The people have to pay the money before get any gas Yonkers Statesman The attempt to discipline automobileVowners by fining the chauffeurs has not4VVproved the success that was hoped Being arrested merely comes to ic r gardedas a part of the chauffeurs regisslar duty Washington Star 4 A corner in eggs is a cheerful announce ment After the eggs have been held e up in the corner for a week or two will they be marketed as strictly fnes N Y Tribune DERAIGEDJERYES DISTRESSING TROUBLES LETT BY ST TITUS AND GRIP Woman Affllrteil for Years by Strange Spells of Numbness and Weakness Recovers Perfect Health When she was fourteen years old Mrs Ida L Brown had St Titus dance She finally got over the most noticeable features of tile strange ailment but was still troubled by very uncomfortable son sations which she recently described asSfollows One hand half of my face and half i of my tongue would got cold and numbSThese feelings would come on last lot about ten minutes and then go away Jseveral times a day Besides I would have palpitation of the heart mid my strength would get so low that I could hardly breathe As time went on these spells kept coming oftoncr and growing Worpo The numbness would sometimes extend over half my body Howrtid you get rid of themVUItseemedfornlongUmonaif V VJ could get ril of them It was not t t v i about sixyearsago that Ifoniid a remo that had virtue enough in it to reach m y case That was Dr Williams Piiik Pills Sfe for Pale People and they have siuce en tirely cured me Did it take long to effect a cure No I I hadnt token the whole of the first box before I saw a great improve meat So Ikept on using them growing betier all the timeun tilI had taken eightSboxes and then I was perfectly well and f I have remained in good health ever since with one exceptionV What was that I Oh that was when I had the grip I was in bed under tho doctors care jfor two noefiM Whoa I got up I had dreadful attacks of dizziness I had to fc grasp hold of something or I would fall right down I was just miserable and when I saw the doctor was not helping mo I began to tako Dr Williams Pink Pills again In a short time they cured me of that trouble too audI have never had any dizzy spells since jMrs Brown lives nt No 1705 DeWitt JVstreet Mattoon Illinois Dr WIUm Pink Pills are without nneqni4Jov 2 rapid and thorough cure nervous pros tratlon Theyoxpel thepoisonleftin the v S system by such diseases us grip and are the best of tonics in all cases of weak j ness They ore sold by every druggist BEGGS BLOOD PURIFIER V CURES catarrh ul the storoitch I 1 r i 4 t lr 4a t t 1It z r ii jcr j1 itt oq kt= hv n it J 0 sj iI i a t o tf f y 4 i Afc1 t4 V r f v ao 1 1 04 o I c t a i s I 4 4O It 14oS mlnwhollyfromdeI railtt I 1JnTeheranthecapltalof 1 p plre15totheerrectthat b jgovernmcnt Is negotiating t St for the purpose of buildIng Lfroni the Russian frontier to t lot Persia tcthrough the railway tunnel at o I rAstHUrOflMiChvIllsoonbehandio I t six electrIc locomotives The third f tem will be used ofSaccidents to workmen Thomas Fitzgerald who has been ap pointed general manager of the Balti more Ohio railroad entered the servofice of that corporation as water t 1S67 and has never left it lie was bendiof Irish parents in Fairmont W OLDWORLD ODDITIES A racehorse owner was sued by James cLucas of Blackpool England for J40 which Included 20 for champagne sup plied to a horse The court struck out the champagne A German periodical the Gartenlaubc Ioerathree prizes for the best answers i i to the questlonwhlch is becoming more and more serious to mothers How can Imarry off my daughters fAman arrested in Dlnapore Bengal aj died before his case could bo heard but a the local magistrate nevertheless trie1 and convicted and fined the dead man I and then ordered the heirs his nephews t to pay the fine The high court has re- versed4 the judgment Having taken a dislike to his daugh ter and her husband Louis Rung of Basle Switzerland poisoned 300 apple trees In their orchard with arsenic Tho f next time they made a pie those who ate it nearly died Rung confessed and Ivwassentenced to five years Imprisonment t A woman in Paris claimed heavy dam ages from a man who lived next door as she said that his horses made such a noise that she could not sleep She in troduced her dressmaker as a witness at the trial to show that she had lost two Inches in her waist measure because of loss of sleep aA court at Darlington England has awarded a quarryman and his wife 250se St damages and costs against a local inrespector of the National Society for theoPrevention of Cruelty to Children a police officer for unlawfully entering themplaintiffs house to see if their were well cared tondNOTES ABOUT WOMEN Mrs Jane Evans 73 years old and once a slave has just graduated with honors tajjn the elementary grade of a night S beganileai n to read the Bible and newspapers Mrs Evans was liberated by Lincolns emancipation proclamation Elizabeth Duse daughter and only child of Mme Eleanora Duse the Its Ian tragedienne has entered an English college devoted to the study of farming and horticulture Signorina Duse is only 17 years old To her mothers great joy she has shown no desire for stage life her tastes are in fact strongly antlthe ater and she has never even seen Buss two1SalikeMof New York Is believed to own the finest collection of black diamonds in the country Most of Mrs Chaplns sable gems came from the province of Bahla in Brazil and nearly all are of exceptional beauty S They do not sparkle like white diamonds nor though opaque are they as glossy 4 as Jet but they have a beauty of their own and their rarity gives them addi 7Sast TRICKStCoffee Plays on Some A Jtjhardly pays to laugh before you are of facts for it is sometimes t humiliating to think of afterwards aii When I was a young girl I was a I lover of coffee but was sick so muchhthe doctor told me to ijult and 3 i but after my marriage my husbandsbegged me to drink it again as t not think it was the coffco caused the troubleat con1Zstomach commenced acting bad antt 4choking asUI had swallowed some 3 thing the size of an ggOne doctor said It was neuralgia and indigestion i4 One day I took a drive with my ela husband three miles In the country I r and I drank a cup of coffee for dinnern sure I would die before I back to town to a doctor Iwas drawn double In the buggy and whez geame officett t sme lIP In my throat seemed t- rr mt breath of entirely then lett J tt allJna flash and went to n1ieart Vat The doctor pronounced It iiouheart trouble and when I gotibme I 1wassoweak I could not sit up 4 My husband brought my supper to toy bedside with a nice cup of hot cof t fee but I said Take that back dear tr Iwill never drink another cup of cof i Stee If you gave me everything you are f worth for it is just killing me He and the others laughed at me and 4saidanyrbody WeUI said it Is nothing else t but cpffee that Is doing IL Il In the grocery one day my husband A1r Vas persuaded to buy a box of Postum whlchlte brought home and I made it k tr for dinner and we both thought how f ci good it was but said nothing to the hadfP08tumIand was ir 17 Lack to my cheeks and I got Inr0troubleL 1Jr PostumTh place of coffee- SMy husband has gained good lieaU jf 1r on Postum as well as baby and I and 4 iwjj all think nothing is top good to J i say utjLNamejlvel by Postum Vo attI3ekM1Ch r L t rf th1 jt f1 lS r oj T Jfti 7 i h 1i1f wt r Jl i 7 Lf it I aor I J r 3J 4 f r + YtJ l1 jIt t44frSi tA j 61 jIPt ltit 1p t to JsS 1If 1 yflENT BEGINS i TJs SECOND TERM- 1 JVELT TAKES OATH BE 5E IMMENSE AUDIENCE 3NITV MARKS EVENT f Awed as Chief Executive- S hinding WordsTwenty Jft Guns Boom Salute Falr banks Is Inducted Washington D c March 4l do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the office of president of the United States and to the boit of my ability protect preserve ami defend the constitution of the United Stales With theso words Theodore Roosevelt president of the United Stales fur tho past three years was Salimliiy in augurated for another term to thn high cst ofilce which it is the privilege of uii American citizen to attain Chief Justice Fuller with all the solemnity of the three other occasions like character in which he IIIIH fig ured during his carver nilnilnistcrnd tho oath to the president This waN till fourth and lust Instamo in which the chief justice Is to bu the second figure Importance hardly had HID presi ntlinislied his Inaugural address and sappeared within the rnpltul Imlldlng than the hush which hall fallen iiioii the spectators when he raised his hand preparatory to taking the oath was gllJlBInentering upon his second term as presi dent Interest at Its Height During the hours Intervening lid Wrfn the gathr lug of the crowd and the t iS Theodore Roosevelttre ceremony there was no letting down of the tension of interest The passing of seateecallpictionslystlessnessn the outskirts of the throng where by constantly arriving recruits ioanythointJuenselyuous surging backward find forward a turbulent sea of humanity The rendezvousing of the troops corn mittees and civic societies th doeci dent to the schedule Tho various orjganizatlons arriving by different routes passed intothe narrow defiles which tllOI Police kept open the brilliant uniforms of the troops the bright sashes of the committees and the rich caparisoning of the horses kchaleidoscopicupon cheers greeted the constantly shirting picture peAstook the positions assigned them Themmilitary escort stretched th cvetiranchesfoot and artillery To tho right were grouped division after division of tate troops and In different places of honor the other organizations took their stand to await the signal to move Tho movements of tIm gathering troops and organizations were not all entertainmentDirectly limitheopen amphllliratur accommodating 000 persons had been erected on a hun with the rotunda of the capliol and there decorators were eligageil In arranging for the ceremony and ushers luslrri a jssignedtlnguished guests Notables Begin to Arrive Shortly after noon just following the induction into office of Vice President Fairbanks the monster stand decorat ed with plants flowers lings anti bunt began to fill with tlio people who ad just finished witnessing the cere onies in the senate chamber end a half Hour passed before this coign of vantage was filled to over flowing Added to till color afforded by he plants and bunting wore the brlltliant costumes of the women and these ut on a touch of variety which rivaled he occasion or four years ago Every ledge about the capitol and the win dowswereftlled to Ificnolntofovcrllow longbeforestreets were jammed as far us the rye c frSeveralextra loud burst of oncers from the fo4itoihe brilliant parade of uniforms In hn street to tie official party which had just rome through the main door Thtpresident llu r lio Is and Hlmllar cries came from the assembled popi ProportionNot the lady having the smallest and prettiest foot It was won by n person so con Etituted as to have to wear a childs size of shoe That is to say that nIfoot abnormal in type outclassed theI shapely and natural member The size of the toot should be In proportion to the size of the whole body It either Is this or it is to some extent a deformity Thus small toot might as easily be a blemish as an adornment Washing ton Times 4 five Boars in Ten Seconds A remarkable shooting exploit is ro Luxemburg Baron Coppens with a repeating rlfl was posted at the edge of a forest when bflrepeater he was able to lire fire times within ten seconds and brought down four of the biggest boars in their tracks The fifth one fell dead 100 yards further Count Em There are 25000 pores In the bands ofamanS f t l F r JIc Ji r Je ij j r it JIf 4 M llPRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TAKING THE OATH OF OFFICE lace but thin nations chief was not to come for some momenta A hush was noticeable In the crowd Tho official entrance was dramatic All except those who were participating in Hit ceremony were seated Vlion the justices of the supreme court with the exception of Chief JustIco Fuller emerged from between the Corinthian pillars and marched down the sloping carpeted aisle to their station they were greeted with applause Tho justices wore their robes and skullcaps Then came the members of the diplomatic corpse In their gorgeous uniforms and they evoked thunderous applause Led by Count Casslni tho Russian ambassador and dean of the corps and followed by the others In order of prece deuce they took seats on the right of the stand Strolling In afterthem came members of the cabinet senators and representatives In congress Hush as President Comes Following on the heels of the official party camo Mrs Roosevelt and a party of friends then but a momentlater the new vice president Mr Fairbanks and escort arrived and were greeted by mendous bursts of applause As soon as rico President Fairbanks seated him self the cheers ceased the military pre nted arms every lint In the commits came off and the great ocean of peo e set up a perfect roar of cheors fair shouting Itself hoarse Quick as a flash every sound v asstilled and President Roosevelt quiet and com sed of demeanor came from between e gigantic villain escorted by Chief stice Fuller A random burst of eers came from the front of the crowd as with measured tread in harmony with tho dignified step of the chief Jus tice the president advanced in stale wn the long aisle of distinguished guests Ily this time all were standing and nothing could be Heard above tliB roar of thunderous welcome Immediately following came arm in arm thu members of tho committee on arrange ments AH the president passed down the aisle ho bared Ills head and with aracteristic sweep of his hat bowed knowledgementac of tho salutations from the stand and the ovation from the ople Tho man of the hour was before the ost representative gathering that liar assembled to greet the chief execu ve of the nation upon a like occasion Charles W Falrba kllIPresident Roosevelts manner was not that of a man upon whose head fell the great responsibilities of a nations care T hree years or experience as chief ex ecullvo had changed this man as much as did Lincolns liberation of the black man change hat great statesman While ho waited for the applause to dlo out he stood In triumph with no show of vanity with un evidences of political enmity apparently no memories of thn campaign gnno by and nothing more disconcerting than a huge gathering of loyal AmericanstOath Is Administered Chief Justice Fuller stepped to the ont of the pavilion constructed espo atty for the use of the president dur ing Inn ceremonies and his clerk came rward bearing n Bible A hush Tel wed by absolute silence fell over tho crowd which but a moment before was cheering itself hoarse President Hoosovelt raised Ills rigid hand and tool Iho oath which binds htm In support INK the laws and constitution of thp Queen on Society The late Queen Victoria once said to nnotIprehend its littleness When I look at the frivolities and littlenesses It seems o me as It they were all a little mad Tobacco Heart We may doubt the scientific statement that the average mans heart beats 32 160 times u day The average man smokes to fxcess and his heart skips many beats The rests are not to his ad valllugeClncinnati Enquirer PaperPaperJapanese soldiers when they wish to boil water The bag is filled with water and then water Is poured over it It I unk over the fire and in ten minutes water Is boiling The bag can be used eight or teti times and the coat of It is about a penny CurrencyTho consists of nickel and copper coins and silver dollars At one tIme 2C different kinds of nickels were in circulation most of them puriousS t i United States with great reverence and amid deep silence So great was the awe of the assembled multitude that not tho semblance of a demonstration followed Then the president began his inaugural address and as soon as he hall finished and disappeared within the capitol the signal was flashed to the navy yard anti the salute of 21 gun a told the end of the ceremonies and the Initial stop of the presidents entrance into his second term of office Fairbanks Is Inaugurated Second only In Importance to the in auguration of the president on the cal Chief Justice Fuller cndar of events for tho day was the induction of Senator Fairbanks 0 Jndlana Into the office of the vic of the disenatebrief and simple to the extent of be- Ing severe Immediately followIng the address and oath of Vice President Fairbanks came the final adjournment tho Fiftyeighth congress and the beginning of the special session Many olhcijivents such as the swear- Ing in of almost a third membership of the senate and various routine duties which were in themselves of great Im port were thrust into the background liy the impressive ceremonies which preceded Solemn and yet brief is the way the taking of the path impressed the spectators It consisted of a prom- Ise made with uplifted hand and bowel head to perform the duties of the of lice and to support and defend the con stitution of the United States This was he oath of office and It was admin istered by Senator Fyo as president pro tempore of the senate The two officials stood confronting each other on the ele vated platform on which rests the deilit of the preceding officer of the senate practically on the same spot on which all the Incoming vice presidents for the past 50 years have stood Regarding the notables who wei present at the ceremony In the senate practically the same personages were seen at this event as were present about an hour later at the inauguration of tho president Every niche and cranny in the gallery was filled with people That section which Is generally used private clthesite that quarter newspaper men we relbusily engaged portraying the scenes about them Outside of these two quarters of the gallery persons hold- Ing special tickets were seated Shortly before 12 the special guests began to arrive Tho president way scaled In Ii big red leather chair Im mediately In front of the desk of lie residing officer and was Interesting spectator of the ceremony in which he himself had participated four years ago Tim Induction ceremony did not con slime more than two minutes of time and was administered by Mr Frye presid ing officer or the senate With the last positive thump of the gavel upon the desk Senator Frye re linqulshed his position as presidentpro FbodyFairbanks took his place and began his Inaugural address This was followed by the prayer of Dr Edward Everett Halo Then the organiza t hen of the PodBaelybegan to fIle out of the gallery and prep arations were begun for the inaugura ion of tho president Navy Needs Men In a recent address Admiral Cogh lan emphasized a fact that the Ame ri- can navy needs trained men much moo than it needs new battleships and armored cruisers The country IS turning out ships more rapidly than it Is turning out sailors and marines The admiral declares that If we should Immediately become engaged in a great conflict we should not have trained men enough in our navy to equip our vessels Baltimore Amen canPEnticingThe advertisement recently appearing in the London Tines testifies to human optimism Young married lady with five r Mi dren husbands Income very snail wishes to be adopted by very wealthy old lady or gentleman without rela tives who would pay for childrens education and provide for their future Replies etc Safe llcmedy Shovelll snow Is good exercise toYouyour rieisBbors Cbicaw News f af L W f i ii M THStreetHolocaioriginalityThrough Awheretrlans he strips off his overcoat and aftshampoossoap ho has for sale Apparently with out great discomfort he wets his hair larlatherhis soap Philadelphia Record theSideTrackedIt was discovered recently that of J100000 contributed three years ago for the relief of the sufferers by the Mar tinIque eruptions only 1600 was dis tributed by the French officers who visited tho islands while the expenses were 10000 This was due to red tope The tape has now been cut arid the Thfromants from starvation Tobacco Healthful cuIntobacco about 25 years I have knewn istopturejjjtobaccogenerally ot large consumers London LancetIBringing Everything Nearer Twelve years ago today the first Ion goYorkday we can telephone directly from Me Cook Neb to New York Another 12 years will probably find us telephoning clean around the world After that Mars perhaps Nebraska State Jour nat thThetahavea notice posted In p tourist lintel as reported In an EnglIsh paper Strangfi gentlemen will to please nut dress for dinner as tltleustom flutters the hearts of the maid folk and no work hi accomplished Budding Genius One of Iho small boys in a Pater son N J school traded measles for some marbles and now all the lads In the school have the disease That boy should make a financier of the most frenzied kind when he becomes a man Buffalo Expressis veTewsDr M prl1arhmIn IliirUuo than the whole of Lo- nIlonl London is alarmed its vast eaaipovertystricken class on this upper East IrieN Y Sun asThewriter In the Strand Magazine on fClerical Humor tells of the unusual behavioror pdismissedwith a solemn Rod bless you hastily JjlordIdeal But Impossible We cant have everything In this life said the philosopher No answered Mr Dustin Stax The ideal butimpossible combination In a millionaire menu with a deckhand ppotiteiashington Star Didnt Meet imI1rscombs while In Rome Mrs Noorltch No we called on no one of that name We met very few people In fact Louisville Courier Journal coOldTimeIn the of f E trnglandgreat dude Robert the Horned used shoes with sharp points stuffed with tow and twisted like rams Sse Blissful Ignorance Gladys Miss Olctlmcr has ben raying for a man for years and now shes got Percy Fitznoodle TomOh well she wont know the difference rbapsPuelt thTheean faooken cent valentine Chicago Record Herald Working Elephants In India elephants over 12 and up Jhcbostwork well until they are 80 years old MARKET REPORT ICincihnatiCATTLECommon 2 75 4 00e CAALVESExtraOOSCh packers 5 15 5 20 Mixed packers 5 05 5 15 SHEEPExtra 5 50 LAMBSExtra 7 85 8 00- FLOURSprIng pat 6 00 Q 6 35 HEAT o 2 red 116 118 C vsORNNo33V4RYEHAYCh timothy 13 10- PORKClear mess 14 05 lABUTTERChoice creamery 35 PPLESChoice 2 75 3 75 POTATOESPer bbl 1 50 lliO TOBACCONew 5 00 13 00 Old 450 14 75 Chicago LOURWinter pat 5 10 5 20 vsNoCORNNo2 mixed 45 ys OATSNo2 mixed 32 RyENo2 75 77 PORKMess 12 40 12 45 LARDSteam 6 SO 6 8214 New York LOURVLn strts 5 50 5 WHEAT No 2 red 1 85ICORNNo2 mixed OATSNo 2 mixed 3SV YEWestern S- OPORKFamily 12 75 13 50 LARDSteam 7 20 Baltimore CAMLESteers 3 50 ti 4 00 SHEEPNo 1 fat 3 00 3 50 LAMB8Sprlng 500 6 00 HOGSDressed 6 25 6 50 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 1 18 48VOATSNoPORKMess 11 00 LARDPure steam tf 60 Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red to a CORNNo 2 mixed CitOATSNo2 mixed 0 33 5 fweverDumped It Into the Wrong Hole confectioner at 475 Fourth avenue or dclicredtheton wagon went to the store late in the ernoon lifted a big iron cover in the ewalk near the curb and chued the hedroveThe confectioner went down to the eel liefoulldtime as he remembered seeing the coal tollltheitWhatsgot t aboutDidntthe cellar and see Why I dumped it into the coal hole Iou t there Which hole That one said the driver pointing to St1e cover near the curb Uimmellexclaimed the purchaser in holelhntaDoing Great Work Wa11Ark March GtliSpecial m over the Vcat reports come of es of different forms of Dis thislplacework the Great American Kidney Remedy doing Among the cured here is Mr J V Wag ODer a wellknown citizen who in an erview says DoddH Kidney Pills kidneysded many medicines but nothing to cure inc till I tried Dodds Kidney Pills o boxes of them fixed me up so that have been well ever since Tell the poor kidney and bladder dis cased people to take Dodds Kidney rills an hNone for Jodds ldney rills to cure are the remedy that has ever cured Hright8 Disease Despite allwe hear about the door always being open to usually the man who knocks thefiardest that gets on the inside Judge Earllrit Green Onions CrosseVising valuable This year they olTer ong their new money making vege OnionIt IOOtJJUST SESII THIS NOTICE AND 16O and they will send their big plant and seed catalog together with enough seed to grow 1000 fine solid Cabbages 2000 rich juicy Turnips 2000 blanching nultyCelery 2000 rich buttery 1000 splendid Onions IIIofferisgetable seeds and ALL ron nUT ICO POSTAGE oviding you will return this notice and jou send them 26o in postage they Sa oflzeratitanCoryIt is the part of wisdom to make as many friends as you can and to ask them FreePressWhat They Say It is not often in these busy times that ople comment favorably upon things satfactory sayhisrecentIly1905DearSat veryuchflnestthataccommodations were irst class in every enationCarbeenimproved oingjoy try ha1ItoCaliforniaJohn Sebastian passenger traffic man manymmendatoryin office The Golden State Limited is maintaining first among trains dismalthane blurlfChicago SKIN PURIFICATION Cottcura Soap Ointment ant Pills Cleanse the Skin Rod Blood of Tartarlne humors Com plcte Treatment f100 The agonizing itching and burning of e skin as in eczema the frightful seal g as in psoriasis the loss of hair and crusting of scalp as in Ecalled head the cial disfigurement as in pimples and worm the awful suffering ofinflints and anxiety of wornout parents as in milk crust tetter and salt rheumall superhumanirtuesThat Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills are of testimonythe According to Russian dispatches there thecianrettechiealto Ladles Can Wear Shoes FootJot aching feet Atoll Druggists 25e Ac packageFREEAddress Men who wait for reforms never lead- 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may bo sure her kid neys are affected and should lose no time in combating the disease with Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound tho womans remedy for wo mans ills The following letters show how marvelously successful it is vdla IL Pinkhams Vegetable ComOuM Say to Your Grocer he being a try thing You Judgment Millions 4forthan GROCERS EVERYWHERE SICK byfADTTDCifl t LtQtress also relievo Dls tram Dyspeta In ITTLE digestion Too Heart IIin Eating A perfect rcm NmeaIITongao PaIn In tile side TORPID LIVER They regulate the Bowels Purely Vegetable SMAll PILL SMALL DOSES SMAll PRICE nlRJERS Genuine Must Bear mLE lPILLSREFUSE SUISTITUTES SOUTHERN COKDITIOHS AND POSSIBILITIES In no of the United States has there been wonderful Commercial Industrial and Agricultural a along the lines of MississippiValleypast ten years Cities and towils have doubled their PoP nlation business blocks have beta erected Parm laud have more than doubled in Talue of have been unprecedentedDay Skilled WOrkmen and especially opportunltyto rent for a couple of years before purchasing and laborers in fields or facto rica address a postal card to Mr J P PassengerAgentIJubuqueIowa concerning the territory above described and give specific replies to all Inquiries p Salzers u National Oats cantoIinMo255audnslxeSaI I beat that record In ZoucanFor and this notice we mall you free tots of farm 1tII samples and our big catalog tejt lac all about this oat and thousands of other seeds M JOHN A SAUER CO 2MOTHER and Heartache GRAYS FererUhneaa WDERS Break up Colda inIn21 Sours 4taiL Druggtsts2Ct inalied REL addreu SeVyoricktyjA8 OLM8TED LO Roy NY trocar WRTTMIO TO please State that you aw the AdTenli Meet In tbt paper Samuel Frako of Prospect s Plains N J writes Mrs PfnVham LydiaBformS When I first wrote to you I suf fered for years with what the doctor called kidney trouble and congestion of the womb My back ached time and I suffered so with that bearingdown feeling I could hardly across the room I did not Jf t any better decided to stop doctoring with myophyslclan and take LYIUaE Pink mins Vegetable Compound and I sin thank ful to say It has entirely cured mo I do an my own have no more backache and disappearedI and t would adviSe all women suffcrinR with kidney trouble to try it Mrs J W Lang of 626 Third Ave flue New York writes Dear Mrs Finkham kidneytroublewas discouraged I heard that Lydia EoPinfcbanis Vegetable Compound would euro f 0 kidney IUSC4Sl audi began to and It lias cured me else bail failed I have recommended it to lots of people nndrthey all praise it very highly Sirs Pinkliams Standing In vitutlon Women suffering from kidney trouble or any form of female weakness are invited to promptly communi cate with Mrs at Lynn Mass Out of the great volume ex perience which she has to draw from it is more than likely she has the veryj i knowledge that will help your case l lien advice is free end always help ful t a Womans Remedy for Womans Ilk Plainly That you want LION COFFEE always and I squaro man will not to sell any else may not caro for out opinion but j What About the United of Is thero any stronger proof of merit tho HEADACHE and facSimile such derelonment Farm Tenants day j KLLa Destroy Suae ADVERTISER had Confidence of the People and ever Increasing popularity LION COFFEE Is careially se lected at the plantation snipped direct to various factories where It Is skillfully roasted and a carefullypackedin scaled pack Jt ages unlike loose coffee which Is exposed to germs dust inifsects etc LION COkkreachcs you as pure andiclean as when 0 It left factory Sold only la lib packages Lionhead on every package Save these LionLeads for valuable premiums SOLD BY WOOLSON SPICE CO ToledAOhio Signature Splendid Hundreds industries Laborers would should wonder tEED Mrs Dear walk work when our the BESTBYTESTi have tried all kinds cf waterproof clothing and hive never found anything at any price to compare with your Fish Brand fcr protection frcth all kinds cf weather The name arid fddVnt of trie writer of thit tvuoticded letter gasj be had upon application A J TOWER CO TheSsncihefi 5i Boston U S AtSpWERaSTOWER CANADIAN lCO LIMITED T Toronto Canada ftSHtXHP cMaker Cf Warranted Wet Weather Clothing Twenty Bushels of J Wheat lo the Acre iiISTHB RECORD OK TUB j FREE HOMESTEAD LANDS v1Nr OF WESTERN CANADA FOR 1904iSThe 1SOOOO Farmer train the UniteS States woo during the pat seren yean hire none to Cans da participate la this prosperity The United States will toon become an Importer of Wheat Get a tree homestead or purchase a farm In Western Canada nod become out ot if ho will help produce It for Information to SuriRiXTENDrwr OP IIUIIGKATIOX Ottawa Canada or to U M WILLIAM Law Bulldlnc Toledo O Authorized UoTernmcn Agent PSeaa sat where gor adtertwnril FOR WOMEN troubled with ills peculiar to their sex etut1 fhOxuugblyClenscskill3aUScaICgcrma- stops ant soreness cures lettconhcsa anil nasal catah- Putlne U ia powder form to be dissoiyc4 in pure water and U far more cleansing Rermkidil and ecouontkat than liqaid antiseptics let au TOILET AND WOMENS SPECIAL USES For tale at drajrxiiu cents a box Trial Box and Dock of Instructions Free Tile R PAXTON COMPANY BOSTON MasS The Enterprising Housekeeper r rtp nd kieheabeip Seli for Mtied to anyone far posse UTERPRISE MFO CO PhHs Pa PAT dlV TQ hlKhest SPage toolt references PHEB IHTZUERALU It CO Buz Wuhington J1V SV+ WJII4Good In time Sold bydrurgita C O N S U M P T QN A N KB 2064 PUTNAM FADELESS DYESCttor more goods brlfhler anti filler colors than toy ellrr dye One ICc package colors silk wool sat titian castOr will said Is tamaictt fe jjive perlecl rtinltsAli 4ccr we wll tce put pill tl lOc a p ckii Write ton Iris BwUelH w to Dye BIricb sod Mix Cfllws MQKJfQfi DSjUg fg UalagvUle AJ ftfirt 1 i t 4 j I Itl q t IT tt IIi t f 0 t t 1 4 w l otoix Jt Js o I vt 4 p it sj TS X1 cf Ifi E OUTLOOK Ii v c t1 pLISRING CO S 3 NS 4 KY Q Sl RER YEAR IN ADVANCE tI Address nil communication to i TilE OUTLOOK PIIBUKHINU Cu or to JOHN W HONAKER Owing villeI Ky Subscribers desiring a change of I dupCorrespondents when out of staIt t should mention fact on a slip of paper 1 I rtlonerycommigeion QubseriptionsS it ullbwcd to any p OUTLOOK is sent one year for one dollar six months for FIstJ cent three months for thirtylive 1 4I I c ventS r THURSDAY rAnCH 9 1905 11 = ANNOUNCEMENT 1 FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to nnnounce ChbB E Day of Morohead n cau Iibite for reelection as Repreehla tiv8 from Bath and Rowan coun ICSjDemocratip party Sk 0 CONOKESSHEN thcdouse sought to takoadvantugeof tho construct fr io lve recessMnyented for an otueryen 4 l cy by President Roosevelt They 1 voted themselves milcngo to the viimoun total of 190000 just as if there had bi en a rea Ireeeu and t j they had been to tho expense- S of traveling homo and hack ii Senate killed tho bill awl the boyc q reel like u chicken thief Caught in ihe act 1 J e EIGHT women followed the Fit plan scouts from the St Louis Fair icSt Infatuated with the dusky soldiers Six of them were nearly starving when rounded up by the polico ande taken to the station house in Cin 1 cinnati One woman and her three daughters family of a St Lou Is l business twin are in tho bunch 1aAllthe women are seemingly refill- eddv There is no accounting for t taiteapf r5S rSF COMMISSIONER GAKFIELDS iepnitt f i washes the Meat Trust whiter than j snow Oh the pnor Meat Trust Thii report thovta that it i the bounden duty of the public to unit e 4 I contributions very liberally to en enItetill the Federal Government ought repopri lIaya s I National Swnrxchild Sulzburgrr I und Cudahy corupaniea eluuuhtef about 4fJ per cent of the total ihilf caied slaughter In the the United 14States time overage profit for three companies in 1903 WitS nine tynine rents per jiead tiie year iiI some companies actually losing money on every head slaughtered for the mouths when prices were hIglesthe percentage of profit of Swift d Co Ior the three pnstyears 2 j IinQt exceeded two per cent on 31thetotat Kales while Cudaby 6 Coos profit wns 23 for 1902 and 18 percent for 1904 1s i There is something more than a suspicion that the report is one oi i the rankest official absurdities ever madel4 CORRESPONDENCE i Flat Creak EdwarJ Smoot improving Mrs Thomas Barnes was on the k i flak list last week Bro Pinker filled his appoint ment here Sunday f withOoand family We had several spring days last i week coil the farmers were busy 1 owing tobacco bedsl4 t i Mn Alfred Steelo was the guest St Of her daughter Mrs Chap Myert of Pleasant Valley Sunday I t 4 Miss Sallie Foley returned home Sunday after several weeks stay gSk v r Chat Myers moved to time house vacated by Jamei Clark AjraMary iS Metcalf to Myers house Thomas byte a Carmody house i Upper Prickly Ashi1 L Mrf Fannie Ouandier is on the lIck list Az I K LStop is but again after bvlng laglrppe tfhoaiM Stonos little eon Willie jfl poorly with pneumonia 1q ES Hamilton of Rotu Run visited here one day lost week 4 Mrs Frances Hamilton is suffer ing withD ubscessJn her head 1w 4 Charffdy tS The few pretty daytrIast week 1ptti farmers to sowing tobacco bed R 1 IfwGillon of White Oak visit Ti ed biibrijtberOI Gillon one day lest week S5jobn D Stqhe and son Lindsey AlaearOarhlTel vjiitedn R L Stone Wife ieveriil d a5ys lait weekaaHd pAi CABeidrof OwlngsriUe baa r keepljf r c ren hoHse Mondayaf ter a long stay c withlBeir uncle R L Stone and t i t rmi rrG odpilc e js better H- ef sod wife were both able to go to p Ugivilie last week to viiit Mrs 5 I M K Goodpaster and Mrs Annie S Power They will move there as WIM they eet ppssessioa of the eOb1K th hve5 1 a 7JrJ Is I r t d it3c t ttt I J r ti1 Sf S 4 J Ir 1i4 Jw r r ojJ 11 j i Jr i itjJ joIY rl t w I 5 JL J Slate Valley Hountifnl spring xvcalher Mrs Enoch Snrrell dllngeroll ly pick Sam Shtilir fliRt wire wore in Oiv ugtiiI alurdll y tihupillig Miss Alum Tny of Crsiiuu a gust of Miss Luuiu Ukry Sunduy Lilc Hart of Olytnpiii Wilt in this nol liliorluxl list week looking fur a pair of work mules ditugluterShrouts mother Mrs Melissa Snudegar one duty last week Tho Toy families of Ruth county raiccd in the year 1101 152ru pounds of tobacco nt an overage of cloven cents u pnund making 10 785 12 Okla Moving is the order of the dny ClaIBorn Saturday Miirrh 4 toGuo R Gray and wife n girlaTho farmers were very busy here lasl xveek making preparations iii another tobucco crop Rev Wood very ably filled tho appointment hero Sunday evening as Rev Words WUH Hot ablelMiss Muud Munloy of Wyoming visited Mrs Z T Crnin Sunday night and attended services hero Frank Eslill nnd wire visited W T Atchison and finiiilyin Nicholas county Saturday night mind Sun y Miss Lucy Vanlandingham nf Odessa was the guest of Allen Campbell nod xvilo cveral days lust week i James Gregory Sr daughter Rtnllh and James Grcgoiy Jr a nil wire oil uf Wyoming xvere guests of 11C Gregory and wife SundRY Curl McClure and wife of the Fuirvicxv neighborhood visited the utters parents John Duughcrly and wife Siilimlny night ni itt Sunday rOlyrripia Jcfcsio Cook is visiting friends here this week Miss Efflo Swarts went to M it Sterling Saturday Porter Case left Wednesday for Montana whoio he will xvork for hit fatherluIaxxJetf Jackson Mrs Minnie Ginter of Hoxvardn Mill was the guest of her brother Jude Yarbrough Saturday and Sun day Mrs James Sxvnrts left Month ty fo join her husband in Brehthitl county wheru they will make their home Mrs Jeff Jackson anti daughter MiesCallio of Owingaville visited tbeCormersson Wallace and wife Sunday John GriggB was culled to the bedside of isis daughter nt Georgetown 111 Ho sturted Thursday Sho is very sick Mrs Fielding Shropshire was the guest of her brother Green Thompson and family Wednesday on her way to Breathitt county to join liar hushaVd and where they will make their howe Farmers The few spring days were Wei come 11eenTerylow 9maniadaily Charles W Clayton and family of Suit Lick visited nero Saturday and Sunday Mrs 111 Teal tins been suffer ingwith grip for several days and threatened with fever Mrs J MCnrcy and family hiVe moved from Morehead back to CaI reye Chupelnefghborhood Much moving is going on in town nod vicinity and very few vacant house ore to be found The mov og goes on however Licking river is now clear of ice at this point and the many booms ore in g od shape to hold ov 200000 logs ties etc Mrs Lou Ragland Richard Zira merman and wile nil residing at the same place on east Main street are suffering with la grippe Miss Louisa Brain daughter of A M Brain who has been hello girtat the West Liberty Exchange for about six months is hero for a weeks visit to her parents We lire gladto state that from a personal interview with her employers some time since sho js rendering entire satisfaction to both her employers and tbe patrons of the many tele operatesHer TelephoneCoDella now holds to the satisfaction of all concerned Died at home of Pier parents at 8 oclock Sunday morning after continuous suffering of several months with consumption Ella wife of Dr F 1 Evnnsand young est doughier of Dr F M Carter She loaves a husband four little children father mother several sisters and brothers who have the liearlfeltsympathyofahostof friends here and elsewhere Her remains gravoyard1I0nday words for those whom she kits left to mourn their loss are that in her most devoted wife a loving and fond mother much devoted child and after many Christian acts of her past life in theChristianChurch of icllshe was a true member j to the bereaved husband a loving companion has gone to her loving ohilrtreni their best friend on earthl has left them that Istd prepare to meet her in the great beyond whereI parting shall tw no more i i Alt The NewIVer Year 4= 1 0I l t t Hillsboro- Jack gunK Crtino Saturday to visit hit fnl her John Evans nnd fiunily Misses Minnie Walton and Lou Hiirmon left Weilnesiluy for n bus iiuFK tiip to Cincinnati Dr S F OUrlen returned Tues day from Lalhnip Mo alter nt tending his fathers funeral Clem Williams attended thom fun cm M JasonI Thursday Misses Ethel MarkwollatidAildi Tavis left Friday to visit relatives countyJt school at Valparaiso Ind J II Hawkins left Friday for Washington City to attend tho in nnguration of President Roosevelt His wife nnd son Lindsay accoin puttied him us fame Charleston Vu to visit her sister Mrs James evuioldsiRev George Gardiner and wire here Tuesday and are now housekeeping in their new home irR 3Obertmoved into the house he lately pur chllllcciof Wm McKee McKee has uidved to Poplar Plains Slim Ilitwkiiisand fimilymoved into titIproperty ho buught from k Ins Odessa CARD OF THANKP We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to our friends neighbors and physician for their kind ness to us in the sick ocas mind death of our little duugh ter mud sister J A UAUHEU ANt FAMILY I THE SICK Miss Iva Riddle has t yptii fever amt is doing very well71Jcrbcrt little son of Woi Kerns was quito tick Monday Aunt Sallie Darnell has boon quito poorly for time past xveok but is bettor at present Diod Wednesday morning Marc iiilarberfever nod convulsions She xvas ick only four days when God called her us his own to a better land She was born March 15 1896or was 8 years 11 months and IG da old 8 Weep not for EfTi- eWhilo her taco Vii never shall se 0 Unless xve livo and bo the ono That Christ tells us to bo Moving has begun in earnest 11 L Jones moved March 1 to J S Andersons property lucre and took possession the last of the week the store and toekor goods pur chased of I R Darnell William Kernes moved from Hilltop the same dkY and went to work at once nt his trade blacksmithing Ike Stephens moved lust week from W T Andersons place to J A Har bets place Simps Purvis to S B Hawkins place Coleman Stone Woodson Norris house vacated Purvis E T Whaloy to lila own property vacated by Stone Mooros Ferry Severn peoplu around report the peaches all killed Mason Ktssick went to Illinois this week to work this year Mrs Annie Hurrod has been hold ing a meeting at Hedricks lust and this work Istsoldt week ut150 per cwt BL Ingram went to Charley In grams in Nicholas county Tuesday on business and returned Thursday E C Kitnbrelfor Montgomery county hits rented tho Theodore Shrout house and is moving this week Mrs G B Myers went to Licking Union Thursday to see her mothorinlaw who is vCysick not expected to live Jons Vanlandingham and Leonard Casvity ore moving to Di Whldens farm near Osvingsvillo to cultivate lila farm this year v rsjcamonigbt drunk and were shooting I around tho house Spence Wi ih rthe assistance of Ed Warren Sftook possession of one pistol and is still iskJoys ILicking Union Nellie Armstrong is on the sick list John H Nifkoll of Freestone was here last Tuesday E W McKinney of lies Mill was hero last Tuesday The business in the oil field continues about the same rarFarmersThomas Wooley bought a two year old colt of Alex Abbott for 55 Henry Broxvn and family returned from Indian Territory lust Fri day Joe Jones and Joe Cogswell went to Salt Lick last Tuesday on but ness W S tMcKinney of lies Mill was here lusi week among old friends A T Ham filled his regular appointment at Slaty Point Saturday- ond Sunday The Cumberland Pipe Line Co ib taking up the 3inch hoe and laying a 4 inch line MM G B Myers of Moores Ferry came np to eee Aunt Polly Myers who is very poorly Leora Crosthwaite and chilflren rotl1erfJWHam Fielding Shrop hire mosftT t last Monday O1ft mitt ROllt5fWednesday r1 is 1 f th 7 1 si f i t- J IL A Reynoldsville Murk Donaldson and Tom Ever thuutiMiss Muttio Ktinximruald Easlc Hpent Sunday with Miss Kttlieriuc Boyd Elbcrt Roysc of White Oak vis it- ed John McVey Saturday an Sunday Miss Millie Spencer of upper Flat Creek visited her aunt Mrs anice F Clark Sunday irMissIC tiuitlmoriuue1T uesdaycIsaac Grouch and wife gave thi pounjjeters n hop Monday night xvan well attended and all report u niio time Job Hunt sold and delivered last xreok to Stone l Robertson his crop of tobacco raised on Silas Corbins Flat Creek farm Ho had 12000 bm and sold tit 7c per lbaOn March 1 Miss Effle Everman of near this place nnd Mr Isaac Ilonuker of Burbridgcs Branch w ere married at the residence f Elder R T D Zimmerman near Owringsvllle Tho bride in the daughter of Tom Evcrmnn and is Ii handsome amiable young ladyMr Ilonnker is tIme sun of George W Honakcr anti is a nice industrious young tuna We extend to Mrat Honaker congratulations and whi them success through life CraigsrWo have been having some ideal spring weather Born March 2 toDrFrunkWolU auid wire a son Jim Doxvns sold to Tom Hawkins a horse for 350 Jim Craig sold a horse to Ed Bailey for 4750 toIIJames Snedegar sold to Jim Me Curly two shouts for 750 George Hunt bought a COW from John Yarbrough for 2350 1Fred Slesser bought some tnln timber front Henry Hopkins Jim Craig sold to Isaac McCarty a sow and seven pigs for 10 Dave Goodpastcr bought a cuxv tram John Yarbrough for 27 50 George Lyons and several other boys started for Illinois Monday fWOI Lowry traded Jim Snede a 3 yearold lucifer for a cow a calf Lewis Kennry sold to Jeff Dii n small tract of timbered land 25 cash Jones IL Hunt lenders of the jockey ring hertz lost a line horse Itridayyand funtilTerC guests of his fatherin Tutor Richu Ferguson Sunday Jake Gopher and wife arc here al the bedside of their daughter Mrs Will Tom Sexton who Is seriously sick Harvey Tincher and IfofFranklin county visited the form ors sister Mrs William Craig und family here last week 1John Surrcll who land been visit parent Newton Sorrcll and wife here returned to laid home in Danville III Saturday tUolt Warren anti wife MrsIloyt and children George and John Lyons were guests of Richard Manlcy and wire Sunduy Martin Sexton nnd wife were culled lo the bedside of thnir son Harvey who was said to be very sick at his home near Owingsville Pat Toy moved to Flat Creek Jim Sexton moved from Sole Lick hero Luther McCarty moved to the Junction Banks McCar went to housekeeping in the hot vacated by Luther McCarty TUB SIcKMrs Wm Toy has been sick Mrs Johnnie Ferguson has been sick MrsWill Tutu Sexton is no better Mrs Enoch Sor roll is very sick xvith heart trout The grip patients are too nutnerc to mention Salt Lick J T Atchison of Wyoming xvas here Friday W J ShnusoanddaughterNelsie visited at Lexington Tuesday Miss Bertie Wren is in tho city this week also Roll Ratliff and wifo We are having lovely spring weather March camo in like a lamb Mrs M P Morris and daughter left last week to join her husband In West Virginia Rev Stout of Morehead has been holding a series of meetings here tho past week Mrs Effle Wood and daughter Miss Lucile of Lexington went upon a short visit last week The ladles of the M E Church served suppr ot the Masonic Hall Thursday night and 26 wasclear ed Pierce Winn and wife of Mt Sterling were guests of Lawrence White and wife Saturday and Sun day Albert Wills and Miss Staton daughter of Lafe Staton were married time past week and are liv ing at home of the groom Celln the daughter of Enoch Willsdied last week and Wag burled at lower Salt Lick Deceased had beon sick with consumption for a long time SlateVHlIoyas politics is about i voted out and the editor dfaws the suggestIme a important queBtiontoxvitWae t Eve a blonde or a brunette j Bishop Burton of Lexingto preatclied Ii eretitingerniozi 1fL1 F tto 11 Jho Christian Church lust TUCRI iy night mill Wednesday morning held e coinmuninn icrvice fur Mrs Camp und Mina Ptralee Clark they being the only Episcopalian in town Espy 10 ycnrold son of MrsIda PressIIa isavy loaded wAgon one wheel passing over him and was at firat thought to be fatally injured hut IIiettyThisb lbmeface by the explosion of un old cartridge hull tErne8t Korchcvalour gentleman tit 0 agent for so long has been tendered tho position of Su perintendent of Standard Oil Co hero0 K Saunders a few days ago accepted and went to work March 1 This is a splendid paying position nd Mr K is to be congratulated The C fe 0 people were loath to g b iteenmere boy some 15 years ago Press Jackson Deputy U S 0Marshalcoujity on Red river last weokcap AndyPittssame trip he arrested Jeff Edwards chorgedhlicense When Edwards was ar rested ho was in the midst of a big revival and when he was being edtaway one of the brethren said to him Brother I dont eee how we CUll run this meetin without youIoMr Edward replied God lilt S3 you brother j do the best you can and keep the hock together The prisoners were tried before theCom missioner ntWestLiberty and fount guilty They failed to give bond and were taken to Frankfort jail Knob LickaTherein decidcd let up in the weather Alex Collins gotone of his horses- orippled scrapin- gS Mrs Win Craig who had a vc close call is some better John Yarbrough traded two cows for one with Gco Huntlhone one stole three pieces of meat from John Robinson Jim Will Jackson has the grip also Mrs June Jackson has it SWllnilRndday night garorBetter wait until winter is over The work at the mines hits been more satisfactory the past week on account of the let up in tho weai er dMips Minnie Shrout of Beckner ville visited liar cousin Mrs Lillie llutuiltun from Monday until Sun dny According to the olil rule the bicklione of winter ill broken as a lock of wilt geese went over South a few days ago There has been n great loss of young Inpib from the severe xveath er find other causes Some have lust nearly onehnlf There is an epidemic of la grippe in this vicinity John Yurbrough Jclf Highler T J Barnes aintl many others have it Mrs Martha Collins was thought- to be lying Saturday evening with something liko heart trouble She Will some better Sunday morning If you want to make a tr throw up its hands Juat put a gi eminent trust against it as the Government did in the money order business propositiontoto be turned down by the editor I myself do not think it neos toile as it stands out too plain and clear in its hideousness to admit ofvO ing argued FerryUBmob law for some corpt who had advised the only way for a woman to keep a secret wits to give her a dose of Rough on Rats There is another way never tell her any secret Then thats worse than the formtr there is nothing to tell in confidence Government ownership of public utilities is rapidly gaining favor The unjust exactions of corpora Lions are opening the eyes of the people The more burdens they pile on the sooner will come the cnd I hope they will give it to us unti wo have sense enough to come in out of the rain ISovoyard in his wisdom says such statesmen as Tom Watson the advocate Governorship and sumo other legislation against trusts is politicalIsee with alarm where we are at Let it come the Populist party hoist ed the danger signal years ago though some would not believe un til the cyclone had struck themISome Cool Facts The SteelTra tat has legal permission to steal It was yellow dog politics that crucified ChristwTho finest churches have the fewest Christians The referendum gives the vetoing power to the public The Golden Rule is always exactly the same hengtbsThe neighborhood gossip is the devils swill carrier TIme dollar has sidetracked citi zenship and patriotism Yellow dog politics is political norRocegonomadIC buy does not make vouhot the price will TnopoIltiiJiana dont trust the uils paid in cash Never mind about giving the fvH his dues he will attend to his Fn collections SISbt 1 S ift Springfield C K Smathcrs was in Owings ville Tuesday C E Smathcrs bought a mules from S S Rails for 25ID B Spratt has rented a IIOUFC at Stoops and will take possession next week Miss Sallie Jones of Mt Ser ling visited Mrs ParahThomas the past week Mrs L A Stnathers and son doClivercd Robertson Jc Stone s of tobacco at 7Ju J D Crouch and W A lloyd bought n pair of twoyearold mules from S S Rails for 32- 0Stepstone intofig Miss Rosa Keffer nf Graysnn is here visiting her sister Mrs W 1 Pelfiey for a few weeks J L Campbell who had been vis ing his old home here returned ome to Russell Monday Claude Goodpaster left Friday for Illinois where ho witl workout a farm the corning season Wm Ilehvig went to Ashland Monday to lay in his store good Ho expects to have it in full blast here in a short time now Well this is surely nico weather for this time of the year couldnt wish for any better March weather han we have had so tar R H Meadows extra force oh f the Huntington division h here putting in the two new spans the Slate Creek railway bridge will be through with it in about a week W J Lawson our new storekeeper tins moved in and taken charge of the old ML Jones stand He seems to be getting a nice share of the trade of the country for a starting John W Maxey got a telegra Sunday saying that Dr Marl Evans wife Farmers tandwiferThomas Karrick went toOlympin Monday to buyu houeo billof umber to build his son Claude a home on his place on Salt Well Claude has hired to theCook broth- erS for the comingycar Little Suladie and Charles Stone had a sale Saturday selling n u land and everything and we learn they both expect to go to Texas to try their fortune which we ho1 will be great and pleasing to tiuc and theirs L B Wilson lias moved to the MSteele faruiwhich he has rented Rich Garrett Jr to the G S Ute terbnclc farm G W Turley to his form vacated by Garrett and MI AIggIe hurt to Mt Sterling IUIt lire no xv ready for the coming year which we hope xvlll be a good one John Lowry was in Cincinnati and Maysville several days recently and says tftey move tImings down there even on he cheekerboird lie not being able to get a single game although he is about as good as the best one at that game uround here Su3 John practice up and maybe you wilt be able to du better next time KeiilicnGI JII nil Lu ruyel teTlioniIp son bqth regular army boys just hack frinn the Philippine Inlands were here several days last week visiting relatives and friends They are looking fine and report havinj a nice time while over there for the last three years They said they saw Frank Scott three days before finevour One J of our wealthiest arid best respected citizens Will Ed Jones died at his home near here Friday ntternoon of kidney and liver trou bles the after effects of a bud case of grip lie was aged tibout 54 ipforthe bereaved family consisting of the aged mother his xvifo two sons uniT two daughters as well as other relatives our heartfelt sympathy in this their great loss The remains were interred at the home burying ground Sunday afternoonottended by a big crowd of relatives and friends OfOlymplatnovinto Maggie Hart on the R L Goodpas ter farm George Steele moves Into ixtimeSteele moves into the Charles Stone house Taylor LaneofSharpsburg has moved Into the house vacated rnbymoved to his new home the John Suladie farmwbicb his wife bought fast summerJohnDoualdson moved to the Ann Wilson farm on Slate Creek where Jacob Warner used toI l isiveuncles place in Nioholos caunjMonday and will keep him tStoop8A long time ago some one said everythingime a t and time for prayer The truthful t neas of that statement has never been questioned in fact one of the e most sacred truths is embodied ithin that little sentence Knob Lick as you have been doing the work and myself the play we will now call on the rest of the correspondents a to furnish tho prayer During our little political discus bus weak as they have been if we have intruded within the sane Him and taxed the patience of the I good lady correspondents and read ers of TIIE OUTLOOK wo beg a thousand pardons for we suppose the Indies do not interest themselves f concerning the affairs of state hence xvo expect a severe condera nation on their put We often think that a womans sphere should is sometimes extend Just a little beyond the home and its surround yngsjkc J y i Llt i tc 7 r 1fY fX C f5 rr j IL f 5 jc 1r KfS t I rc r 11 rrc 4t U ftrrr 54 j lr E J t ZjA e f 5 9 vr r if 4I 4 rtIff iltYIY OJokit i t+ S grt 1I a 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this study but they mostly hail from the over crowded cities We do not find them in real life What we mean by real life is good oldfashioned c meountryfunned by the cooling breeze and kissed by the warming sun deficient has been womans political sludy that the maiden names of the mothers of six of our former Pres identa are unknown today No out knows who they were or where they came from They were just women Itlhuts all though some critic has gone for enough to sny that they never had any mothers We lieu r 1Ihut Ihe mother of Clay Webster Cnlhoun mid ninny more great elalesmoh have been hut little men tinned nail their names remained t Titakiitriimore prcitituble to tho good wont II if they would epend n Mule toni time studying political questionx und not so much time parilnn the expression gossiping udout ilieii Innocent neighbors Of course there are exceptions As to man it ninkep us tired in hear a man ftty that he doesnt take any interest in jiiiliiicul ftuity thii he guts tired of hearing ft diu sed cetcWell I dont care anything about politics it doesnt make any dif Terence to me who elected 1 just go and vote fur tiiy man if he is illelectedright if hes not it seems like the way nlFaire hove gotten today that the country contains many just ouch men They dont know what they urn voting fur and they dont care anti some dont vote nt nil A man ia citircn before he is anything if he relinquishes his right as u citizen then ho is nothing Our political existence fs an inher itanco of the sturdy bond of men that threw off the l yoke and establish a diE under which every man worship God according to the tales of his own conseienceThat8 the greatest inheritance that ton fall to man Those of no other country can boast of such an in heritance Yet we find men today who get tired of hearing anything said about it Our ancestors were giants in those days We of toddy are dwarfs compared to them They began a work day and had to leave ft off We had to gel on their shoulders and carry it on A giant is so big he can ligee a long ways but a dxvarf standing on the giant shoulders can see farther than the giant Have we succeeded in shouldering the load The country abounds with men who do not know the names of the officials nf their county and State rut proves they do not pay any attcn tion to affairs They orI1Jabli so neglected underneath the ex crescences of more modern topics that they do not give the real sub eete any thought Some of them ust drag along and dont care they continually keep their noses o the grindstone and let things their course We would like to know how many readers of TOE OUTLOOK have got their noses IDgrindstones today We advise 0ohave been a very incompetent writ mon subjects political vie dont blame the readers for becoming tired Of course our pen does not wield the intluence of Walter son nor portray the shrewd ellis Of Howell Ve didnt intend fedto t Respect and severe the political sentiments of your neighbor if you cannot accept and endorse thorn t f you cannot Btudyynur own par ty takeup that of 36ur neighborJhe maybe right We dig up lId scores against you for eat it will throw you into japtus memorae Thanking the editor for the patience he has shown we leave you to your foteand if there any moro of the correspondents S jioliiicaljy inclined wo would like for them to bleat forth What say OB Knob Lick th INGBYMAIL Orders promptly Oiled at store prices SHOPPING OF ALL KINDS O- ONEnflh4IdfliMfIBDa teUl4Llncoln ieClnclhMUO BLUE GRASS NurseriesSPRING 1905STrees by ibo million fruit and shade small fruits grape lines shruba iispnrngup rhubarb ojidev 4j eryihing ordinarily kept at such an establishment We sell direct too the planter anti liave nt agents Tree and strawberry catalogues on j application to H F HILLENMKVER SONS Lexington Ky C O 11AILWAj Trains 22 rind 23 carry Dining service Meals aIa carte TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT 271903 IME OF TaAIssATPiEtNsioa East hon ntL 5 No 26 954 amINO 22 1749 p m No 24 1005 P m 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