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cook stove trimmed complete from r I 7 to 60 H L Lane is agent for Wieder SB bottled beer and Budweiser ottled and keg EverythlBg firstclass in hard ware stores plows and harrows at 1gcI Brothers i a1acreijCif IJllia Harris for 800 r All frkp have property to cell at mbUe act1oU c allon D Furls fle will glie satisfactIon Iij r i eutbe6e1t to be = ought In chilled plowlJ hnoequal Forsale by Byron Bros A oarload of the Ohio Farmers Fertilizer the best try it ASHBT DAWSON Coil Yard g Our line of copk stoves and Is See them I jVf YounghlJlI keeplry Byron d tMKpieT 1i t Qrjne i e deptu driif f tqn t r f1rrtlliaer L Lt A1l yran get 1ri k taths sa ornu tobacc- oiurkLH9t r M oJit hflisimf44yulUt tol Ccoat c M ynuurife II ft eft1wju4uIuuzoreswiRga t ltI II4tirIkAihr r 1 ws iVJeeaiplete stock of MebaRdidvhIgwage 8 na- i IS 1ha ok et HMltr t4t- JF vt TSHOUT- 1j GM 1W Ik of1 Xesd tobacco fr l Tl Ji Fyour Plant bed fhlch graatsyov plants at ft Lk AT B roue- I XhIuk ore anneyliug than tot cf 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t te iE IassIwstyIentt3i most 0 I a OBBlf prisM Cr OUt t IvkVIIkIkM turnedous bysny jaadyuwMI find it to lie do your 2 wJIfhai dodger spktstssd wrpthg iinI13 Al IIIIw y I ifJX y i t i JM t of 1 + t 1 tt Ji t X 1+ 1 r it rrr f It I P 3 PERSONAL Mrs U A Gorrell continues very sick secfv JEugeneTuesday Jacob Warner is about the samVil his Illness John Glllon is out again after iigspell of grip Frank Perry left Monday for a trip to Little Rock Arkansas Mrs Louisa Templeman of near J Wyoming Is on theslck listsClay Miller aim W M Wiley of Mt Sterling wero here Thursday ono businesshDr B Cornellson is steadily im proving from his severe attack of pneumoniarReuben Gudgell and Alex Conner wentto Morehead Monday to attend Circuit CourtiMrs Bert Daniel and little son William went to Lexington Friday to visit relativeshLon n stay brother Bascom Bturgcll wont to Ashland blondaycMrs31l Ooodpastor went to Lou isvllle this week to visit her sister Mrs Marion Young joinedhis r Conners tho past weokIMiss Bertie Wren of Salt Llckhasu returned from attending erjf openings at Cincinnati Turner Thomas of Carlisle and Miss Ella Batlilf of Sharpsburg vis lied Miss Ellen Bolts Suuduyn CnmptanWolfe T of a railway engineering corps 80 B W Cornellson who came to see his brother Dr B Cornellson re turned to Paducah the past week Miss Lulu Burgln after being a guest of Mrs JessoHamptonreturn ed home to Winchester Thursday Miss May Klucald went to Mt g pIvlslUtJendsand Coleman Elliott returned Saturday rn from a trip of two mouths in the in mountains andreport u good timee Miss Jane Gaitsklll after a visit to of ilturoedMrs Claude Paxton and Mrs Win s Klllpntnckof Mt Sterling visitedmtheir father W H JDaugherty M3Ilsafrem uvlHlt to her ulster Miss May at Jewsuuilne iHtrtltate Nicholas nle r utlurgtiweek A itamsey several daya ttie pabtJ toOarUithlhHNmother whultf nick Tiusy returned JrIdayiwith Mi t3 iluleweht again Monday Misses Mary Gudgell stud Lillian wuiit to Mt Stferliug Wednesday to visit Miss Fannie TIpton for her danceWreturnedtlhOllletoAijhlalldrennJ3uuduyur terbelngwlth her father Dr BCori- iellaou for some daysBC WHonaker a Sunday that his sister Mrs Minnie Zimmerman f Ossawatuhiie Kan s baa was at the point of death ILS Estill received word Sunday that wife his mother Mrs Sarah Estill 0atherMiss Lottie Atch1sonofCampbella Hagerman came to visit her parents Mr an J Mrs Wm Atchison and returned to school Tuesday c I Mrs Q JBarnesofSaltTlckspent Saturday with Misses Mary and Annie Sheehan Her daughter Miss Nom rjturned with horaccom panied by Miss Sheehan t Among lt oliewbo attended CourttatMt Htorllng Monday were Latbram BL S Barnes NJonesCoksind wife TJi Jones Horace wife 1C W HenryRopknv RileyCtandlermauzaStene Jeofle Hampton Sam j Jackson Arthur ByronSM Par c IlG T YoungcBrother Brother sell the best i shoes in town v Eoe Hart bought care of Sam Lathram lor 100 Mud rotke illOIo agent for the ChaitanoogaChIll Plow Early gardeners got in their kdurIngtholine days last week CoBsiderable turning of sod andbother plowing was done Jast Get the prices on MenU and Boys tuits at the Racket Store be tore buying TheAIIljllokUI make the season at the old T W iEwinp burn His coharetheeet FridayIocIIyoeiebrated f4ka wa bluegrassgreened Irelands patron saint WHom FADLTlsIrTThe bundle of ODTIOOKS for Youngs prIngslhive foiled to reach thuub for two weeks The0imobk foreman says he ted thtM as usual NKW DELivEKtWiGON Wallflce Cudgel Jr carrier of BFiD No 1 Owihg vilIe taB received his braadpllnternew wjitt delivery gfJHb n J SaslKtipalnt iiGftJt tltisa lI tIiR lIle turn yui Wkllate JBltheradairation spinsIuIt4aib J R W Cornellson of Paducah bought a horse of Nathaniel Mark Iajitr7or140 Saturday night Luzie Green cut Daniel seriously with a razor Bothore colored Lizzie was held ver to Circuit Court under 200 jtyid Tuesday DIED oFOossuMPTioN MrsMng le Ynrbrougb died Thursday at the home of her atherJohn Mason Coyle on Naylors Branch and was buriedSaturday afternoon at the hnlatbramburlalgroundCon sumption was the fatal disease She leaves a husband and a number r children The bereaved family ave the sympathy of many friends SPRING CAME Spring fairly ioted the past week starting the crocusee maples and other early vegetation to blooming or bursting ts buds and the grass to greening upas if there wouldnt be lots of intry weather yet Bright almost ot sunshine has alternated with warm showers folks to- leaning and trimming up their premises and the fishermen to the creek and river- ToBAcco SALES Hisle bought west of town the tobacco crops of evi Jones and James Clark atlOo ick Crops at 6c ReubonPiersalis t 10 and 3c John U Chandler of Prickly Ash sold to G A Peed at 8c Cushman Flemingsburg bought ear Sberburne 10000 Ibs from Lewis and M C Gudpeli at lOJc B Reid Sold his trop tc same at Wm Dudley of Flemingsburg ought in same section Newcomb FIfttchers at 8Jc Newcomb fe Serriss at 7c GILLAsPIElhGOLANDTho en- agotnent of Miss Lids Lou Gillas ie and Mr Charles Highland oft Sterling is announced The will be quietly celebrated Louisville atth Gait House arly m April Miss Glllaepie is Mt Sterlingbut has ben spend the winter here with her mother attend the Kentucky University he is a very attractive young wti on and popular and admired fanthJn M xingt jthUT her howlS Highland IcIand aiontgpmery uldeBrfawiljes JBa inentjnung ulin I8wanLexI gto HeraldIiiiM ohn Scott of thls town sod huts visited bar often Wx H CoTtics DEATH WmII Cnyle died at his home on Wctsh ington BrnnchMonday nightMarch 20uf kidney trtsubltafer oritionl iIInelsofaboutunu week The funeral cas lucId Wednesday morning burial nt the Chyle graveyard Inth lame neighborood Deceased wt aged 65 years and its a son of Mrs Rebecca Coye f Nay ors Branch He was born nd rearedandliyed alibis life far from where bediod a was a Jurmer by occupation and was an industrious quiet tayat home citizen esteemed by l bin community which sincerely U mentshis decease His wife was Mis Elmays Horseman daughter Joseph Horseman She survives JollClwlngsonaland Mrs Frank Sbrout Ethel Mrs ube Snedegar Elva Mrs Julius l Bailey Grant and Russell all liv ling nut far from the lato home of the lather Deceaseds mother now about 90- eariJold survives together with he following brothers and sisters Andrew K James B orris Mrs James Barber andMrsI ohn S BaIIe1aUof this section The bereaved family have much sympathy in the lo8soa loved one LETTER FROM ALEXANDBIA Iso March 15 1005We came to Mad SOD county Ind Feb27 1904 There is quite a colony of Bath ounty people in this county This s a beautiful farming country Land sells here from 60 to iJlOOper acre Farmers raise corn wheat arid oats Oorn is worth SOc a ijushol oats 36c wheat 120 There is plenty of good timber here Laboring get from 18 to 21 a plontbEverydaywork from 75- cto125The crops were poor here last year on account of the dry berCorn madofrom 40 to75 ushels per acre Hay Is worthll pertonaheep6 per bead The farmers all keep thorough bredstoek draft horses and fine cattle The best cattle sell at 575 per cwt We live in the northern part of the State 4 mItes south offtAler hasl4ll1rgeyscat ItIa situated on White YHveinthegaaheltSev Also we are in sight of the oilfields The weljd run from 65 to 100 Barrels of oil a day Madison county has three of the best railroads in tho StateLake Erie Big Four and Pennsylvania We are close to the inter urban oar line We have good schools schoolhouse every two miles We like TOE OUTLooK think it is a line paper We would like to bear from the Sherburne correspondent this year We have taken this paper for quite a while I would like to hear frim some more o1 the Kentuqky people Tours truly fj cr r S See Estill Honakers line of break carts and shovel plows Full line of Oeborno farm machinery including binder mowers rakes Randall harrows etc MT STERLING CODUT There was a largo number of both mules and cattle on tho market at MtSterling Monday Mules were strung in demand and prices were u little advanced The best feeding cattle sold at 4Jc nearly anything in that lino selling us high as 4c HOFFMAN OONSON The Chris tian Church at Soclock Wednesday evening the 15th instant was the scene of the beautiful wedding of Miss Mary Hunter Johnson and Mr Jouett Miller Hoffman Elder H D Clark officiating The decorations consisted of fine palms ferns and other rare and beautiful troplo plants grouped about the altar and chancel in gen erous profusion The color scheme of green nnd white being maintain ed a veritable bower of beautymet the gaze of the throng of visitors who filled the auditorium to over flowing Mrs J H E Jephson presided at the organ and the strains of Alendel8Puhnsweddiog marchan nouncen the arrival of the wedding party The ushers Messr Dyke L Hnzelrigg of Frankfort H M Prewilt J 0 Graves and R M Rarnes marched in followed by the bridesmaids Miss Louise C Hoffman sister of the groom and Miss Catherine Calk cousin of the bride both charming in white chit ton gowns carrying pink cams tions Next came the maid of honor Miss Susette Johnson the next younger sister of the bride who was extremely handsome in a white chiffon gown carrying white carnations Then came the bride on the arm of her brother Mr Albert Sidney Johnson The bride wore an exquisite and extremely becoming gown of white net over chiffon atod silk and car nod a shower bouquet of lilies of the volley personification uf pur ity and loveliness The bridal purtjWftS joined at the altar hy till groom nnd IDS brother Mr II G HolTuiar t1iL1Jt4i4ist oitn ierctne young couple Stood whils in u beautiful nnd moat impressive manner the ceremony which made them n- and wife was said The popularity the bride and grollmw waKrtUekted by a generous1 nuinbir of lie presents consUtihjz IIfwlded Varied creations In etylea of u efl land ornamentul Bit ver cut gt69 bricabruo and paintings s The bride js tho daughter of Go 1 and Mrs Tliiimiis Jitlindon and lis H benutiful yiMing girtnoble dress of thought rare sweetness of disposition and charmingly coin panlonable she slId hasll wide circle of friends who wish for ione full stream ol lvofrow fount Ho seaThegroom is a member of one our most excellent families being the youngest son of MlIndMrs Albert Hoffman He is a young gentleman of attractive personali ty fine sense and character arid splendid business qualifications He is a member of the insurance firm of Hoffman k Son and though young in years he has reached high rungs in th Q ladder of eucceSs After the ceronbny an ejegifnt luncheon was served to the bridal puttyat the brides home and Mr and Mrs Hoffman left on the 943 train for a trip to Washington D CNew York and other eastern cities stud points of interests Mt Sterling SentinelDemocrat LODISTILLEToBJccoMARK- E1Saturfayeyeologararch 18The tobacco sold on the four regular sales days of this week amounted to 4822 hogsheads a small lot of tobacco being sold Monday which had been carried ever from Hhe previous week owing to the rtish of business The market has taken alltbe offerings remarkably well and there is no complaint to make Values however are possibly not as good as they were at this time last week In fact the American Tobacco Company buyers were supporting yesterday to the absence of competition wbieii is the natural result of contliued heavy offerings as buyers either run out of orders or else the factories get such a good stock onbaifd that they are content to hold off and await lower prices Iftbesupport is extended therefore it may be looked upon in the nature of encouragement the planters for the coming planting season Buyers were mole disposed to discriminate against tobacco in soft ordertban they have been for some time Colory tobaccos continued in excellent request but made up a very small percentag of the offerings Some good rea- tobaccoof the finer grades was oA sale and brought satisfactorjr priU cee especially when available for wrappers or fancy cutters Prices of such grades showed an advance of almost 1 cent on the pound Higher prices were made for red lugs and tlpal80 org odmeJ dium and common red leaf Th trashes were lower Old prices pref vailed for bright leaClu trashes and colory KsandI strippers showed no net hough slightly highet the first half of the week Agond demand way noted for export grades at higher prices of old Burley were BDulliWJUif csfirlJlvt j 44S shade higher Old dark offerings contained nothing worthy of special attention but prices for both leaf and lugs were up a traction The new dark was not in a satisfactory condition Trashes and lugs were u shade firmer and the general ten dencyof the market was toward higher values There was an espe daily good demand for export typesOfferings of leaf tobacco were very heavy this weekamounting 4822 hogsheads of which 4014 were Burley The dark market comprised 808 hogsheads 445of whichwere old crops Tha pales compared with a total bf3477hogs periodlastBuyers warehousemen and employ es are kept busy The total sales for the year to date have haen 41 247 hogsheads or aboutlOOOOmnre than at this time last year The sales of dark tobacco for 1905 and 1904 up to the present time about offset each other but a gain of9887 hogsheads is shown in the volume of Burley business traneactedTotal sales of new cop to date have amounted to 38659 hogsheads of which 33970 were original inspec tionef Rejections for the week amount to 500 hogsheads of Burley 123 of dark and 623 total the per centage of Burley rejections to auction sales being 12of dark J9 and of the total 13 Since January 1 the rejections in this market have amounted to 5941 hogsheads Receipts this week were 3958 and since January 1 they have amount ed to 33055 hogsheads CotlrlVr JournalSTobacco Association Lexington Leader Steps looking toward the repr ganiZHtion of the Burley Tobacco Growers Company and a continuation of the figbtagainst the tobacco trust were taken at a meeting of prominent growers of the Burley district nt Jackson Hall Monday afternoon caUlngiCo reorganzkggelegnte CtllAtJ4M litldhctf1 to consider this nlan the conventidn to have power to adopt amend or revise it The meeting wat called to order by W B Huwfcinu president of the former organization which failed In its efforta to procure financial lacking and was addressed by Archibald Stunrt of Cincinnati who octet as the agent of the organiza tion in the attempt to get New York cuphalists to finance the schemeMr Stuart detailed his conferen ces with the financiers at length faIledinmovement had not failed because by reason nf it the farmers hud been able to get Increased prices for their product He said that all that was needed to make the movement a success was a working org tnizatibnthat would have some thing mnro tangible jto present to the cnpitalists when the next ap peal is made for funds William Adams of Cynthiana presented the following resolution unanimouslyResolvedThnt appoint committee of seven of whom the president sdill be one to devise the best plan or organization for the Burley Tobacco Growers and when said committee is ready to report they shall notify the presi dent who shall cull mass meetings in all counties of the Burley die trict and at said the groVerslhalleleot one delegate to attend a district meeting to be held In Lexington on tbecallof the president and said delegates way adoptamend or revise said report W C McChord of Springfield then made a speech In which be made a Jhter attack n newspapers that haVe published articles insn uting that Vr B Hawkins had not acted in good faith with thegrow ers He referred to them as dirty little sheets and said that the ar ticles were the result of the tobacco trusts long green At the con elusion of his speech he offeredand put the following resolution ex pressing confidence in Mr Hawkins requesting him to continue his fightWhereas certain little pers which we have reliable infor mation are under control of the to bacco trust have marie insinua tions that W B Hawkins Presi dent of the Burley Tobacco Grow ers Company has not acted in good faith with the growers we denounce all such insinuations as false in every particular We take pleasure in expressing our un bounded confidence in the integrity and good faith of W B Hawkins and request him to Continue the fight which he has begun against the trust and never cease until Im efforts have been crowned with suc cessThe resolution was adopted by a rising voe Mr Hawkins said that be was gratified at this expres stan of confidence in him and that he was sure that the growers did not doubt his good faith He ap pointed the following committee as provided for by the first resolution William Adams Harrison coun ty Archibald Stuart Cincinnati C B Sullivan Woodford county WC MoCord Washington n- otyJ W Hughep Mercer county allerShapBuitleountyojid W ft l Leonard Drane of Shelby coun ty R B Brown ofGallatin county and Scott Osborne of Mason coun ty were afterwards added to the delegatesTheif any tobacco men had some idea ae to the plan by wbtoh the company should be organized they should send their theory to the committee Other growers mode spoechesths general tenor of which was that the organization could succeed if the farmers would get together and stay together Tile meeting was attended by about 200 growers andat times there was much enthusiasm Irrigation Forestry and Land Law Reform What has Congress done this winter in the forestry and irrigation cause Did it do thopubliolandsense spectacular but yet several things of very cqnqideratile impor tance and furthermore it refused Jo do several very but l things which were strongly urgodupon it After a long struggle ot years the law was passed consolidating of the forestry work of the govern rae ni into one bureau in tho Deportment of Agriculture this in place of having it split upamong some five various branches in dif ferent departments This gives over 60 million acresof forest reserve into the cure of the Forestry Bureau of the Department of culture With adequate authority to fairly protect the forests allow for the cuttingand sale of ripe timber and with power to arrest trespas acre ete- Seyeral small bills desired br the Reclamation Service to more fully the irrigation law were considered and readily passed by Congress such as the bill to aIow the proceeds from the sales of the vast amount of partly used supplies at the end of each eaitehnto go beck into the reclamVtioh fundinstead keepingthean incentive to the igineor9vfto tnbe caWfT IteiT nrnp fsreaho tl pTost outitT TlitJ groutllejjlcttitlon of the session however was tfio repeal of the tamest reserve lieu selection law thus preventing the location in the future of all forest reserve scrip BOcalledi i e repealing the right 6f a man or a corporation t nl within a forest reServe to relinquish it to the governmerr and select In lieu thereof any pub1kThis is a great step forward Inland law reform and does away with one of the most notorious and senn daloue forms of fraud end guilt under the federal land laws Under this law enormous losses have been put upon tIc government the right to select these lieu lands having been transferable and resulting in the relinquishment during the past few years of several million acres of comparatively worthless railroad grant and other lands included within forest reserves and the selection in their place of equal areas of the finest timber lands in the northwestDenuded slopes not worth 50 cents an acre or bare mountain sides acquired under other land laws at nominal Ogure simply for the purpose of exchange have been relinquished and lieu selections made worth according to the higfi cl1toftfclalahdexpert authorities 50 and even 100 an acre By these transactions the country has lost in the last few years tens of millions of dollars By the action of Congress this form of graft is now at an end- Therepeal of this Heu land law Is the first recognition of Congress of the wise recommendations the President and his Public Lands Commieeios There are three other specific reform recommendations of thet President and the Commission and these will be for Congress to act upon at its next session Another point however wherein Congress followed the recommenda tions of the Commission was in the refusal of the Senate to enact 640 acre homestead laws for Colorado and South Dakota although the House did its best to secure this square mile homestead legislation In defiance of the strong adverse reports of the Commissioner the GeneralXand Office the Secretary of the Interior the Public Lands Commission along with the special message from the President LoGan gross endorsing the Commissions recommendation against these bills and of thq strong protest of Chair man Lacey of the House Public Lands Committee the House of Representatives passed these measures ya vote of nearly three to pne This proposed legislation was considered especially unwise just at this time when the Department of Agriculture is every year bring- Ing into the possibilities of profit able cultivation millions of acres of the semiarid lands where it was proposed to aAply these laws through the introduction from abroad of drouth resistant plants and desert epecies of grain anti fodder and by now aud improved methods for farming dry lands Moreover the Commission has worked out a p1AP ntrjugojontrol and grazing gives the real eettkriILskedfor under llI 040ethvuUre8and yet 1ft3e asorp1Oui p EUGENE MINIHAN j Ist place get VULCAN PLOWS h1h They are the best and the cheapest for they do the best W rkJhe point always fit You can pet them plain or corrugated A jtronpIUb v lbed Board all parts ate lucked no strain on the bolts Costs nothing to try one PLOW h mJlillkluds niud the larges VCMHII Vl stock and the lowest prices JutHandmade BreechlngCheck Lines Dud Blind HrJd1prwill outwear threeof the other kfudGOtDB nnd see them and I will save you tri6uey andYgIve you Homemade goods that are warranted EUGENE MINIHAN OwingsviJfe i S1orejWewill be here during the year IfJF Come in and see how much you can save by trading with us 4rMasonst Staging ball 4c Knives nnd Fork r8et Q8I754 Granite Pie Pans Bo Hand S WB qjMatting yd 18 15 lOc Ladies Undershirts y I1 1 11Tobacco i t jj Saxony Yarn reduced to 76c Ib KniitlngTarn reduced io I iGlass Pitchers ISo Shetland Fld 8 goes at 60IbJ lfj 4 Granite Pint Cups 5c All Outing Cloth prices rolutd t lBeautyScrim yd 50 CASH p m FOR EGGS t 14 HEFLINjiCa p o iHEONrTPRICEi pt J Iiii Linen 8 101214 VindowShades z3i 4ac5 Ladies Skirts 2 Lace Curtains 88c p JQ5dKerchiefsnensBowTi s23cChk Dimity ft1Y S IP OASE FOEEGG MUg DS E5Tltt WM R PETERS JrhI BETHEL KYy i fI k Dealer in Furniture Also tlndertakefl Funeral Director and Embalmer l J ifCallsprornptly of thfi land into large cattle hold- Ings but allows ample time and scope for the dry farming reclu mation work of the Department of Agriculture All in all remarked promin ent advocate of both Irrigation and forestry a man in h gbolclilJife very much indeed has been ac complished in this report of the Pre iduQts Commieeiqn outlining n comprehensive policy for the J treatment of the entire irrigation forestry lid public land questions and we can all stand on this re port and 1 believe get lie pro is ions through the Congress The time lripe the country is awake and the men are here The things to be done mentioned in the report are the repeal of the notorious jtimher and stone act with the substitution eta method or stumpage sale by the govern merit the public Jundsto re main in the government thus in suring reforestation and protec tectton to the water supply the very radical amendmeiit ufthe fraud wilking desert 1JiIllInd the commutation clause of the set tIer and insure reul homemaking All three pf these laws as stated in the report have been are and will be PI long aa they remain on the statute book inturuments of fraud perjury and great loss to the jiov ernment and the nation They stand as a continual menace not only to a broad forestry hut to the very existence of the national Irri gallon idea and are fast bringing about a conultinn of absolute land monopoly in the west Guy ELLIOTT MiTCHELl 3300 Pacific Coast Tickets on sale daily fromChicago Match 1st to May 15th via tbeChi cugo UnionPapiHcNorth Western Line Correspondingly ipw raes from all points Dally and person gblwlLos Angeles tfnd Pttrtlanctonly n1KChlcdgo T it t it If OlldllIBE 1 1 Elliott building opposite Owingeu House f t OWIN3SVILLE KT S 8 AUCTIONEER r i If you want tile SHrvlcespf ah zinc Ji tioneer callon me Teriiia reason able GEORGE H QUDGELLj Odessa KY v i jjMI i X to Closing OlltF SALE 0J i k We have sold part ofpur store to J APowerand J Jl balance of sto consisting jf of Cut Glass Silverware etc will be sold atgreatly r tireduced prices hi f BasoornSturgell m i The Outlook adWeek irt fCommercial Uazetteiy ai j C for 140 tThe OutIooc andWeekly If 4 CourierjQurnal one yer 5 J i l f i 1- t l S I OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK t i OUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher OWINQSVILLE KENTUCKY cTHE OTHER FISH IN THE SEA I A youth who loredaprettyIiikiAnd woI When she reused him hung hli head And tlessland sadly saIddeThat he could love no The world he walled contains no otherthmay k The skies may never more bo fair Her like remain not anywhere The world la bleak and tad It chanced that while his heart wa5tobleedlnp lie traveled far away And In a quiet little place JIe met a maiden with a facemThat gladdened all tho t HTorI And sighed to win the other maid f Who threw his first love In tho shade Ills breast with ardor burned tHut cruel fate was still agalrisUhlm Once more he was denied jThen sittingdown he Mid I necr Shall nnd another halt as fair My fondest hopes have diedaIn Gods good time he had to travel I To other scenes once more And so he met a maiden whodIfar outuhonc thr o y That ho had loved before oij I Most graciously she smiled upon himaAnd he at once forgot His former yearnings and despair Kcd found the fairest of the fnlrOr so at least he thought Tie ever thus we think the charmers We gaze upon today Are nil there are beneath the sky whyiItFrom Bath to Monterey From distant Toklo to Troy k From Adelaide to Perth Amboy SAre ladies who can still destroy por hopes or lift us up to joy When wo arei turned away T5 s Eo Klscr in Chicago Record erald I iLs Dri and It By liVING EACLIELLERf7 Author ef Eben Holden Carrel of the Blessed IUsEtc lOopjrtelit not bj totbrop Publishing Comrn t JNi y CHAPTER IXCOMTISUKD At the dinner the count had much r to say of the scenes of excitement In edt The baroness and her wards were re Ssikndeut In old lace and sparkling jewels Great haunches of venison thIfaIand Burgundy and champagne and I cogjnac Mr Parish and the count and e general and Moss Kent and M PIdgeon sat long at the table with cigars and coffee after thp rest of us had gone to the parlors and the big room rang with their laughter The Mrfr i ML4f9let who afterward founded the navyfa engl J andtPlerreChawlaU nearthotI k countser agtcr oQ Tc7 myg nck w d th l1tt r I1S om rJ be leve you do aot use Itj end my friend It 47 is 1Bkir9rt iteforyou palss knowlu ti ftriat ooCCOWl ftBy la the Mamselie AyAnd ImIHnuch pleasure and may hap i duel with the marquis I raid prnceedSrj i with your talk 1 learned many 1i i loveimvd5C vWP saw British soldiers today 4 l 4ie continued to Mamsellc Le Ray r fin eDchThey crossed the road 1 ear ull 05 f their horses themrvore not uniform the theySwere English you cannot mistake I them f Amd what do you think said Loul I iotfi eagerly One of them threatened kVS tos mepityJ was t fes j Hiamsclle 1x3 Ray You must have 1 been afraid e W VYBJ sl1ldshetmlllng afraid he 4 y wouid nt They were a goodlooking a lotfqI do not think he was speaking of- d 1at iii said tho baroness He iIr r t WM looking at me when t 1 Clel exclaimed Louison laughing J t That 1s why they turned suddenly and itfted into the fields suddrnJyasjP rf raceof laughter 1 r The great dock In the hall above 1 t t Thoji Shsrsecs The butler bad started up- I v y5tirs a candelabrum In his hand Fol lowing him were tie count and Mr f fJ rsh supporting the general be t + v twea them The able soldier had J pvernited his capacity All had risen t tjs jo to t elrroms Of a Sjuddeh we i tf feHr a Joudrap on the l j frent dfor A servant opened It and f fsdlatelylheard the familiar voice 4 1 r tS f DrL i Ithe eanybody here by the name o Mister D llheasked 1o I isti tot the door and there stood Prlihlsclothe8 vet his boots muddy 1 t for 1t had been raining Before ho aroundt1 r r if 1iceH was breathing heavily J f Tlre4outthet s whut s the mat 1 vcr klIlI tteedJeaDlngover on one ti Iiai4 Come through the woods t f j steyee life I did an they was tight J i i ttie all the way 11s J A t toer feIlow said the baroness lr 1ftl itatthedoor Help him i- rll p III ttvoaee and give him a sip of brandy f ti t le prisoner over there n tht t o ftb tdysaldbe8Inklnblnto 1 r1 air h a4 J 2 8ILJ lands They tuk n they r J lftetei me over t Canady an I tuka J y r they efter me Killed j oea ai th Iw scasnuvmeover i il J Jt tfceB averaiedders on the bog traIL got 1 wallerln so he bed t come 44in Jite up out o the grass V iA l pullfcwijepon theiJc1 ecf11K1 proudly handed m- ej yr a ahet pper 1 opened it and read rqi j F all feleWII iJ1ilktn Io cast Royal FusllIers IsarCi ffi You will proceed a t r the river with a detail or nve WIi mokiitsd ua three day rations lrfo8ebI Capture the prisoner who tt I aepe4 tWsrornlng making a 1f l re bcseMrch bf ih Woodll InJeft r eetinty lie has IntormaUonvalue ItatbntiJii n JIP1I 1trc4 thit 1he 19untr J L T t jJ11 i l Ii i l I tl r t lfj r j r i r rJ 9 tJ i 11 t iI Iro lr ofPlcktordJllno ed woundisatLerasvlllcwould gratify mo It you could accomplish ono or both captures With respect Iam your obedient servant R SHEArFER- Ocnlrnl Commanding They be here said Drl They be here jest cs sure es GodCoro da ylight mebbe But I cant fight er w notliln till I vc tied some vittles You shall have supper said tho baroness who without delay went toe kitchen herself with a servant to look after It The butler brought n pair of slippers and a dry coat while I drew off the boots of my good friend hen I gave him my arm as ho limped the kitchen beside me The baroness and I sat near him as he ate Go upstairs and call the gentle en said sho to the butler Do not make any disturbance but say I should ke to speak with them in the dining roomIs thet air hired man o yours a Britisher DrI inquired as soon as the butler was gone Ho is from Liverpool said she Thet s the hole n the fence said e Thet s where the goose got way The goose The geesesald the baroness thoughtfully I do not un yWcntho done said Drl Mebbe wrote em letter goldum his plctur Oh I perceived I understand said she and l send him away tomor row Necks broke with hunger said Dri Never threw no vittles n my basket with sech a splendid taste tew cm es these hey The baroness looked at him with some show of worry- I beg your pardon said she did you say the neck of you was broken I explained the idiom Aint lied nothln t eat since day fore yistlddy said Drl Judas Priest I m all ct up with hunger With old Burgundy and biscuit and venison and hot coffee he was rapidly reviving Im wondering where I will hide ell both said the baroness thought lied nt orter hey no rumpus here n go t shootln n mebbe spile yer house n furnlcher said DrI T aint decent er t aint nice Vad better mek tracks an put a mild er tew twixt us n here fore we her any trouble T aint agoln t be no Sunday school Ef they can they re a goln t tek us dead cr live Ef they ver tuk us we would nt be Vuth shucks nuther on us efter courtmar ti alI shall not permit you to go said e baroness They may be here now bout the house In the dark They would shoot you they would stab you they would caus you to die as you went No I shall permit you not to- go There are four of thorn Very well we shall fight here we shall conquer We have a general a count a mll IT WAS My PART TO UNHOUSB A COLONY OF THE LONG WHITE FACED HORNETS llcnairc a marquis a lawyeran astron oraer a scout and she added pat ting ma on the shoulder le brave capltainej I have four guns and tare itt ls and Msleur Bell has arms also We shall conquer We shall riako them bite the dust Guns did ye say Jcrushy Jane Lcf s hey cm said Drl What didhe call me Mon Dicul Jcrushy Jane It is not I said the I explained the difficulty Aint very prop tspoke said Dri apologetically Jest wan t say et them air guns er likely t come handy here most any minute Give us guns n well sock it to em We shall sock it to them we shall Indeed said she hurrying out of the room We shell make them to run for their lives They were all In the dining room the men of the partysave the get eral who could not be awakened Guns and piftols were loaded I made a novel plan of defense that was unani mously approved I posted a watch at every window A little after dawn the baroness from behind a curtain saw a squad of horsemen coming through the grove leI they have comeEaid she a loud whisper There are not InI there are many I took my detail of six men abc veI stars Each had a strip of lumbcrwe had found in the shop and each care i tully raised a window waiting the slgi nal I knew my peril but I was Jeveri so cool In my life If I had been wiser possibly I should have felt it the more The horsemen promptly deployed covering every side of the mansion They stood close mounted pistol and saber ready Suddenly I gave the sig nal Then each of us thrust out the strip of lumber stealthily prodding the big drab cones on every side Hornets and wasps a great swarm of them sprang thick as seeds from the hand of a rltwas my part to unhpuse a colony of the long whitefaced hornets Goaded by the ruin of their nests they saw the nodding heads be low them and darted at man and horse like a flight of arrows They imt their hot spurs into flank and face and neck I saw them strike and fall blgwingedVespae charge of that winged battalion of the air I heard howls of pain below me Thehorsesweremen striking with their bats laUhlni1atGive em hell ye little blue C evllshe yelled and there was all evidence that they understood him Then again every man of us Pea d his window and fired a volley atthe scurrying mass Jno III1Lx J tyf v U t i m k l1f IffJ c 1 r 1 it IJ 1 hitd Iis came down across the back of another and the two fell heavily a tolling convulsive heap One as onIblinded bumped a tree going over his withers alt fours flashing in air Some tore oft in the thickets as unmanageable as the wild horse More titan half throw their riders Not a man of them pulled a trigger they were busy enough God knows Not one of them could have hit tho sky with any certainty I never saw such a torrent of horsehair and redcaps Whut Been on tho back o one o cm bosses salt Dri telling or It a long time after D ruttier o been shct up n a barrel with a lot o cats n rolled down hill Good deal better fer my health an Itl V inked morn thThemsoclcte with nuthin er nobody wheth thonOnly one Britisher was brought down by our bullets and he had been tho mark of Drl with him n rifle was never a plaything Five others lay w rithlng in tho grass bereft of horse deserted by their comrades The smudges were ready and the nets Drl and I put on the latter and ran out placing a smudge row on every side of the Hermitage fho winged fighters were quickly driven away Of the helpless enemy one had staggered oft in tile brush the others lay groan Ing their faces lumpy andoneslded A big sergeant had a nose oTtrnTiook and diameter of a gooseegg one car ried a cheek as large and protuberant onehadbladder They were helpless We dis armed and brought them in doing all we could for their comfort with blue clay and bruised plantain It was hard on them I have often thought but it saved an ugly fight among ladles and no doubt many lives I know if they had taken us Drl and t would never have got back I I have saved myself many a timeS by strategy but chose the sword ways if there were an even chance And God knows if one had ever a lookS at our bare bodies ho would see no of shirking on either Drl or me CHAPTER X The shooting and shouting aud the tramp of horse and man had roused everybody in the big house Evtn the general came down to know what was the matter The young ladles came pale and frightened but in faultless at tire I put an armed guard by the prisoners at the door under command of Dri Then I had them bare the feet of the four Britishers knowing they could not run bootless in the brush We organized a convoy tno general and Iand prepared to start for the garrison We kept the smudges going for now and then we could hear the small thunder of hornetwings above us There is a mighty menace In it I can tell you if they are angry Jerushy Jane Pepper said Dri as he sat rifle on his knee looking at his prisoners Never thought nobody cud ink s Joemlghtyful curus anytroublebobs He meant wasps- I had had no opportunity for more than a word with the young ladles I hoped it might come when I went in for a hasty breakfast with tho baron ess the count the general and Mr Parish As we were eating Louison came In hurriedly She showed some mitoJIon r lfwhat lsllfe trouble m dear said the baroness in French Eh bien only thls said she I have dropped my ring in the brook Ifls my emerald I cannot reach It Too bad She has dropped herring In the brook said the baroness in English turning to me If she will have the kindness to take me there I said to the hostess rising as I spoke I shall try to get it for her- Msleur Ie Capitalne you are very obliging said she Then turning to Louison she added in French Go with him Ho will recover It for you It pleased and flattered me the strat cgy of tbls wonderful young creature She led me with dainty steps through a dewy garden walk Into the trail Parbleu1taho whispered is it not a shame to take you from your meat But I could not help it I had to see you there Is something I wish to say iA pretty girl Is better than meat I answered quickly I am indebted- to ybu My but you have a ready tongue- e said she It is with me a pleasure h XousballShe was trying to look very gay and indifferent but in her voice I could de tect a note of trouble The flame of passion quenched for a little time by the return of peril and the smoke of gunpowder flashed up in me it is this she went on I may wish you to do mo a favpr May I have your address And you may command me fsal as I gave It to her Have acarcshe said laughing- I may ask you to do desperate things you may need all your valor Tho count and the baronessthey may send us back to France Which will please you I remarked Perhaps she said quickly non DIcu I do njot know what I want I am a fool Take this Wear it when you are gone Not that I carebut- It will make you remember Sho held in her fingers a flashing emerald on a tiny circlet of gold Be fore I could answer she had laid It InI my hard palm and shut my hand upon itDieu she exclaimed whispering I must returnI must hurry Remember we did not find the ring I felt a great impulse to embrace her and confess my love But I was not quick enough Before I could speak she had turned away and was running I called to her but she did not turn or seem to hear me She and my oppor StunityWe stowed the prisoners in the big coach of the baroness benlnd a lively team of four Then my horse and one for Drl were brought up Do not forget said the baroness t welccmer that you will never find happiness un til you return The young ladles came not to the step where we were but stood by the count waving ajdleux Louison had a merry smile and a pretty word of French for me Louise only a sober look that made me sad if it did not speak for the same feeling in her The Hermitagehaving of his armed retainers They were to defend the house if by chance the British should renew their attack Mr Parish and his footman and the gen KDnjgallopIContinued M 4 it 5i 4 J anAOF BABEL jOUR SERMON STORY by the Pmi t fiCopjrlghtEciipturo Authority And the Lord came down to see the city and the tower which the children of men tmllJed And the Lord said Behold the people Is ono and they have all one language arid this they begin to do and now nothing will betorestrained from them which they Imagined to do Go to let us go down and ere confound their language that they ay not unilersand one anothers speech tnenveey left oft to build the cltyGen 1158 AR to the north of Ithe land of Shinar that fruitful allu- II yal plain compassed = the refreshing EuIIWy stGadarjobeyIng the command of God to scatter and replenish the earth they had refused to listen to the appeals of the inhabitants of Shinar This age gresslve but ungodly people had urged them to migrate to tho south and concentrate their forces with them In tho building of a great city and tower which would become an enduring center tolward which the people of the earth would turn and where they could enjoy life together The refusal was met by abuse and per secution of tho most virulent type Itofound expression in numerous ways the most distressing of which was the raid- Ing of the settlements by armed bands and the carrying oft to Shinar of tho strong young men as enforced laborers in the vast building operations which had been undertaken As a consequence there was mourn- Ing in many a household Wives mourned the loss of husbands which were torn from their bosoms Parents were robbed of their sons and fair young girls were left sad and desolate Ias their lovers were dragged away to a Ute worse than deathaEvil was united and triumphant Dur- Ing this dark period of the worlds history we find this unique condition that he godless were drawn together in un holy combination to thwart Gods righteous plans One spirit ruled su preme God was reckoned out of tho account and the one purpose was to pro vide a permanent shelter and abode for themselves Not since that day has the evil In the world been united In Its re bellion against God And it will not be again until that latter day when the antiChrist shall have been manifested and shall have as by a miracle unified the forces that are in rebellion against God Then the arm of the Lord shall be revealed and His enemies vanquished even as in that earlier day when Babels mad hordes were driven hither and yon before the wrath of Gods power It has been supposed by scientists that the extenslvq ruins at the modern BlrsNlmrud are those of the ancient tower of Babel and as one views the nxasscs5of debris and pictures It rising in oitstoIr that after all the modern skyscriie building of our great cities Is not something new under the sun but that it was antedated by many thousands of years by the tower of Babel havetakenWhat unity of spirit and tenacityof pur pose Everyone In that great Industrial center of Babel had some share In the work But to the enforced laborers brought In from the outlying country to the north and west were given the most menial of the tasks They became the bearers of burdens They gathered tho bitumen used for cement they mixed the clay for the bricks and when dried in the sun or burned in the fire they bore them to the men working on the great walls of the rising structure Among the hundreds thus plodding from early morn to sefting sun none morp noble face or manly bearing was to be seen thn that of Rung Despite the sorrow in the face which told of a heart craving unsatisfied and a tragedy that had blasted the young and promising life there was a deep light In the eyes that spoke of a depth of character that could be hopeful when hope seemed dead that could cling In faith to God when God seemed to be far away and to have forgotten As God came down to see the city and the tower which man was building His alldiscerning eye must have discovered the young man groaning under his bur dens and His ear must have caught the everascending prayer as it roso from the anguishstricken heart asking for deliverance God hears the cry of faith and He does dellverrlghtspeedUy YfJTo can know or determine how much the Judgment of God upon godless Babel nay have been in answer to the prayer of such as Rung Months had rolled by since he had arrived with a score of others and had been assigned his task but the memory of that day when he was seized in the fields and fettered and marched off to the southward was as vivid as though it were but yesterday He could see his beloved Alisha as she stood that day wringing her hands In piteous helplessness and moaning his name as he disap peared In the distance They were betrothed and were soon to have wed but cruel tate had separated them perhaps foreverInanother patch of slaves that had are rived long after he had come there was a man from his section of the country who brought the tidings that Alisha some weeks before had disappeared and ajl efforts to trace or discover her whereabouts had been futile Ah what fresh anguish was this for the young lover How the arrow of am lous dread cut deeper and deeper into his heart each day as he wondered where Alisha was and what had befallen her On God he cried out Inthe anguish of his soul deliver from this bondage and give me back myAlishaSBut the only answer that he received was the sound of many feet as they plod STILL HAD HIS SUIT Pathetic Story of the Son of a Drunk ard of the Slums of London A Story In which pathos Is mingled with humor comes from one of the poorest districts of the East End of London A mlnfsteratew weeks ago gave a poor b ya warm suit of clothes which putjwhat Heaven must be More than a j yi I SIM iIJ 1tI it t 1 1 I Dhiplashhurried to its task Thus the days dragged on and as tho walls reared themselves farther and farther toward the blue of the heaven God seemed farther and farther away Ah If those broken walls and scattered brick could speak today what tales thee might tell of evils tnumph and the in ction of suffering What sighs they w ould give forth What rivers of tears would flow from their dusty piles But God ever Ilveth in the heavens and evils longest day must have an ending The longycars of Babels triumph must come a close Under the strain of the heavy tasks and tho heart anguish and worry Unrig grew thin and pale and weak and being o longer able to stand the heavier work he was transferred to the lighter tasks of tho slime pits outside of the city These were located on the main road leading to the city and as over it passed most of the slaves he had many oppor tunities of gaining bits of news of tho outside world and he never failed to speak the name of Alisha and to ask for dings of heraAlisha Alisha questioned one man ne day as the large group of fettered prisoners came to a halt near where ung was working That sounds something like a name I heard a mere T 2heropointed out a slight figure standing at some distance udbe caught a glimpse of a face which reminded him of his own fair girl But it could not be she fettered and wearing the garb of a youth No Studylngclose y the form as It disappeared in the distance he became convinced that it was not she and yet he could notforget the Incident It kept rising before him with every recurring thought of her and as ften ho dismissed it as unreasonable and impossible Thus time dragged on Its lengths and the vast tower was nearly completed Rurlg and tho others working with him collecting the slime from the pits were transferred back to the main works as CoriBut why that feverish haste on the part of the Babelites Does evil have Its premonitions of impending calamity and teeek by anxious nervous hurry to forestall defeat Doss there linger in tha heart of the ungodly the thought that fter all God may be thwarted and human plans be realized regardless of the Divine will Such Is cqrtainly the case and it marks with peculiar solemnity and awfulness the judgment when it does tall On that last day all the Babelites wero gathered at the tower Everybody seemed busy and the slaves wero being driven to their tasks with special rigor The building neared completion And God looked on Suddenly the blackclouds rolled over the heavens shutting out the suns light and the inky blackness which settled down upon the tower and city of Babel was pierced by the vivid flashes of light ning while the awful rumble of tho thunder shook the structure to its foun dations Is evil filled vdth terror in the presence of the mighty elements whlcn it cannot control Yea verily trans gression of GOds law and a violation of His will makes cowards of the strongest hearts in the presence of impending doom So it wl1Jat the tower of Babel when Gods judgment fell A huge bolt f lightning burled from the ramparta of JJeaven c 3 rushlng down and rent vtalhro1t1WgreatIstructure rushed hither and thither But there were calm souls beneath the frowning walls of Babel that day devout souls which looked upward and thanked God that He had heard and answered prayer and had spoken In confusion of tongues and confusion of spirits too the people were hurled in mad haste in every direction and they slackened not their speed until Babel was left far far behind A rift in the clouds and a shaft of light descended and rested on two figures standing on the ruins As each looked into the others face there was a glad cry of recognition Alisha Rurlg The lovers were in each others arms Faith had triumphed On the spo where evil had been hurled tojudgment had been found joy and reunion Whet evil had been scattered and confused in tongue so that friends and loved ones were estranged from each other and so cuanged in speech as to bejncapable of intelligent conversation the friends of God and those who longed to do His will were by the operation of the same DI- vine power reunited God Is love And the expression of that infinite love like a twoedged sword cuts to the sundering of the evil and to the reuniting of the good And so shall It be again when the judgments of God fall upon the towers of Babel which evil is constantly rearing It shall scatter thom In confusion but to the man of obedience and faith it will cmo as the call tone V and closer unity and fellowship Rung and Alisha on the ruins of Babel speak out of the past a newer and bright er message and as the reunited lovers began that day a new life and new ex perience so shall the Christian of today find new life and new experience In the pathway cf faith and obedience And though evil may for a time triumph and lay Its cruel hand of bondage upon us we shall yet stand on the ruins It has left and look into the face of Him who has loved us and washed us from our sins in His own precious blood Beward to the Worshiper If we get no good out of the sermon we are more to blame than the preach ereIC we had gone into the house of God In the spirit of worship no matter reIThe church s a place to wonahlp God not to hear what the preacher has to say But when the sermon is listened to in the spirit of worship God will always use it as a medium through which Ho will reach us and speak helpfully to us If we approach it in the spirit of crltl clsm we have shut the door of our hearts against the entrance of good lven a child may tear the roost beautiful rose to pieces but Jn doing ED It has gained nothing and ruined the rose United PresbyterianS week passed away and the minister met his little friend again Knowing the boys home and the drunken lather w bo had broken it up and pawned it aUf for drink ho was pleased and surprised to find that the boy stilt wore the suit Still wearing your suit he said There was a world or pathos in the boys reply Yes sir Ive slept in It In 1303 we consumed per capita 1999 gallons of liquor n111 pounds of tee f Kjjo v M 0 T 0F PJIkoJ IN A MINE TwentyFour Persons Known to Be Dead I Two Explosions In the Red Ash and Rush Run Collieries In West Vir ginia Half of the Dead Were Rescuers Fire Creek W Va March 20 Twentyfour are known to be deaJ in the Red Ash and Rush Run mines from the two explosions which occur rOIl Saturday night Eight miners were at work In the Rush Run and five In the Red Ash mine when the first explosion occurred at 9 oclock Near 2 oclock Sunday morning a party of 11 rescuers entered Rush Run mines to locate the dead They hall probably gone back 2000 feet when the second explosion occurred and it- si positively known that all are dead s there is no possible chance for their escape After the first explosion miners from other mines nearby rush ed to the Illfated mine In an effort to save their comrades and It Is possible the list of rescuers will reach 0 to 30 It was considered unsafe to nter the mine Sunday but Monday eight old and experienced miners with safety lamps will enter and close p some of the entries so fresh air an be forced back to where the men lost their lives a distance of probe bly 2000 feet to the rescuers and 5 000 feet to where the men were work- Ing WAR TO CONTINUE The Czar Declines To Abandon the Prosecution of the Conflict St Petersburg March 20While Emperor Nicholas whose word Is fitnal still declines to abandon the pros ecution of the war and the govern ment maintains its ability to continue the conflict a press representative is in a position to state that powerfultinfluences including several own ministers are now strongly urging that the time haspcome to indicate to Japan desire for peace upon a reasonable basis Should Japan then attempt to impose too onerous conditions these Influences argue that in view of the universal wish to see the bloody con flict ended Russias position will bl strengthened abroad by the alienation of sympathy of Japan and the situa tion at home improved when the na tion is made to understand that the emperors pacific proposals have been met with impossible terms STILL RETREATING Japanese Follow Up and Bombard the Russians St Petersburg March 20Com manderlnCblef Lincvitch in a telegram dated Saturday says On March 17 Japanese batteries bombarded our division in the valleys of Tavanpun and Yen Pu The enemy appeared near Kaotaitse on the rail road about 22 miles north of Tie Pass and their cavalry has occupied Fakoman Our armies continue their concentratIonSToklo March 20Headquarters of the Japanese armies in the field reporting under Sundays date says Our detachment continuing its ad vance north pursued TM enemy to Kalyuan some 20 miles north of Tie Pass Kalyuan was evacuated by the enemy on Saturday after he had set fire to the railroad station French Cable Cos Protest Washington March 20iMlnister Bowen at Caracas has cabled the state department that the French min Ister at that place has protested 10 the Venezuelan minister of foreign at furs against the action of the govern ment which has given notice to the French Cable Co of its intention to annul Its concession and seize its property The nature of protest Is not given nor are there any details in Mr Bowens dispatch The Senate Adjourned Washington March 20The special session of the senate came to an end An hour before adjourning sine die the body formally administered the final sleeping potion to the Santo Do mingo treaty and now that famous pact Is officially dead A Reign of Terror Exists St Petersburg March 20The peasant disorders are growing rapidly in the Black Soil belt nnd other dis tricts of Southern Russia Provincial journals bring alarming reports show Ing that an actual reign of terror al ready exists In some districts Colorado Democrats Protest Denver Col March 20 Democratic members of the Colorado general as sembly are preparing a protest against the seating of James H Peabody as governor after ho had agreed to re sign to permit Lieut Gov Jesse F Mc Donald to become governor The Contest Ended Washington March20An end came to the longdrawnout contest for the collectorshlp ot Internal revenue for West Virginia when the president sent to the senate the nomination of Elliott Northcott There were half a dozen candidates Meat Trust In Mexico Mexico City March 20Meat deal ers are exercised over the rise In the price of meat which has been ad vanced from 25 to 50 per cent In the past month and charge that there Is a meat trust at work Seeking Reinstatement NewYork March 20A committee has been appointed by the Central Federated Union to call on the official of the Interborough Co and request the reinstatement of the employes of the subway and elevated systems who recently went on strike The Cruiser Colorado Sails Norfolk Va March 20The ernie er Colorado sailed from Hampton Roads It is understood she is bound for Venezuelan waters though reports have her going to join the combined fleet near Pensacola First United States Ambassador Rio de Janeiro Marclt ZOPresl dent Rodriguez Alves received official ly the American ambassador David E Thompson who said his elevation to the category of ambassador was the best proof of the friendship existing between the United States and Brazil Killed By a Tornado Hobart O T March 20A tornado struck Porch killing one man JEJones and Charles Jones were probably fatally injured and 16 others were hurt Sixteen houses were complete- demoUsbed l t1 i 0 fD f 0 F l L f A i L f f JVP J m i1 tJ t WOMEN NOITRUIHFULPcJh This Statement Has Been Unjustly Made Because Modest Women Evade Questions Asked By Male Physicians 4 UwrslHFa1meifMnEila Lee 1i thttWomento their physician This statement thetnyhmale physician but this is only in re d g troublesomeiorders ordealtofidelIcatcthan to bo obliged to answer certain questions when those questions are physicianThismarried women Is It any wonder then that women doctorsfailcannot get the proper information to work on andhousandss t herheyso that she really knows more about t patientshrough qpersonaiiyuestions Tfyousuffcrfromanyformof trouble e to women write at once to Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass and she will advise you free of charge Tire fact that this great boon which NraPinkbamproveManyowing are constantly pouring 5n ASK N Wouiaa lest Uiidcrstude A SEEDING IN PROGRESS IN WESTERN CANADA Mild Weather la Bringing of Settlers The splendid yields of wheat oats and barley produced by the farmers of Western Canada and the excellent prices received for the same have been the means of giving an increased interest throughout the United States As a result the inquiries made of the Scents of tire Canadian Government have neaiy doubled over those of the same period last year Railroad com panics are putting on carry Ing capacity to meet the demand made upon them for carrying passengers and freight Everything points to a most prosperous year There Is room for hundreds of thousands additional settlers much new land haying beer opened up for settlement ycafc It Is quite Interesting to J5ok through the letters received from the Americans who have settled in West ern Canada during the past few years and considering the largo number it is surprising how Yew taere are whii have not succeeded An extract from a letter written by Mr Oeo Ml One wold of Red Deer Alta formerly of Grever Montana written on the 2d of January is as follows I am located one and onehalf miles from a beautiful lake ten miles long where there is church school three stores creamery and two post offices The fine stock both cattle cows and steers horses hogs and sheep are rolling fat grazing in pasture today Just a little snow hardly enough for good sleighing as we Just had a Chi nook which has melted the roads and laid bare the fields and pasture There are fine wheat oats barley and flax raised here also winter wheat and timothy hay for export to British Co lumbla This is a mixed farming snd dairy country This Is the right time to get a foothold In the Canadian West as it was some years ago In the United States We are free from wind gumbo and alkali here and have fine clear soft well and spring water at a depth of from 5 to 25 feet and jot of open ever flowing springs Telegraphic advices from Medicine Hat say that seeding has at Hat Lethbrldge and oth er points At the former place the temperature moderated gradually un til on the 19th the maximum was 45 and the minimum 26 Thermometer readings since then have been as fol lows 20th 47 and 3821st 54 and 40I24thDuring the last few days In Febru any considerable plowing was done near Lethbridge P A Pulley a re cent arrival from Montana plowed and harrowed 16 acres and E Lall borty about the same amount Rev Coulter White has also been harrow groundfrostBricklaying has also begun in town At Hartney further east on the 25th of the sun was warm and bright wheeled carriages were In use and the plowed fields look as if they are ready for the press drills There Is every appearance that spring has arrived but farmers do not wish to be deceived by and conse quently hve not to use their bluestone and seed wheat Salzcps Otisjoat century Yielded In Ohio tnMaazdInXakota51Obl1perflcI5 caa best that record In For lOc and this notice we mall you fne lob of farm seed telLlugthousands of other seeds JOHN SAIlER SEED xci NKE l8f3 SS- MrsEllateoFraukfordrftpS Dear Jrs Pihthara Iwunt to thanlc you for what your mcdl cliohosilonofor me Three years I had Inflammation of the Iovaries and ulcers on my womb I was under tim doctort care for about three months and the only time I was not In pain was when the influence of The doctor finally said I never would be and wouldbeanlnvidbltherestofmyljfe bad vonup one J canw across one of youradvertlsegrients and decided to write you advice I did and corn menced to take Lydia B Pinkhixms Yege tnblo Compound to improve at once and today I am a well woman I know jSit is all due to your advice and ionUcin- eJiri J II Farmer of 5809 Elliott Avenue St Louis Mo writes Dear Mrs Pintbam Icannot thank for hatyou medicines have done me They have done me more good than all the hodFoe cs years I have suffered with female trouble was weak bad nervous prostration and could not do PinkitemsdllTerenfwoman of me I am in perfect lienlth mid have gained in weight from 08 pounds to 133 pounds Np other medicine in the world hasrcceiycd such widespread and unquali lied No other medicine has such a record for actual cures of female ills as has Lydia B PinkhamgS CompoundMrs sick women to writs her for advice She has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Massk51 L PIRKRaISS AflVECfiA Wmsis Thousands increased commenced Medicine February appearances commenced Ebeotbsympathizewifoneluanewronp wifput anoiner man claim you s tb interfere with hU rights e a Washington Star FOR WOMEN l Much That Every Woman Desires t c Know IB Found In Cutlcnra Cntlcnrn AVorlu Voader Too much stress cannot be placed on i the great value of Cuticura poap v men and Pills in the antiseptic cleans of the mucous surfaces and of the blood and circulating fluids thus ford jug pure sweet and economical local and constitutional treatment for weakening discharges ulceratioha itching irritations relaxations displace nicn tB pains and irregularities peculiar to females as well as erich syiapathetio aflectiona as hycter renOuaness and debility The telephone tBSS years oldICentral U that party ire called 25 ego busy yett = MhanyA A Guaranteed Cure for Pii BllndflleedtngorProtrudlstsYour OIT1T JAiiy fool knows what lie would do werV he jrour place Chicago Dally iewf Around the World l MIii ve used yow Ftofc SeeM Slickers for yeses c- I the HWUM taOm s n4 foand them the only rtkje that nritHL I new la this country I Aides and IbIn a grea ci 05 ycurcoUte j i IGKESTAWA weitis FMI 1H4 The worldwlde repat I Iproofassure the of the positive worth of all rats beartoz this Sign of the Fish 4 J TOWER CO Bestw USL J TOWER CANADIAN CfX USKIBB a J5J Toronto Canada 4 EXCURSIONS I FREE ORAKT flRK if WESTERN CANADA D irinitlhe monthii ot March and April there pillfatt Bzcurslons on the Various lines of rail wy to the Canndlan West Hundreds of thousands of the best Wheat and GroideXand on she Continent free to the Kttlef Adjoining laud may be purchased from Mil way and land companies at reasonable prices lorjniormstion as toroute costoftraespoita k t Ii etc apply to 5uPEpNTExDEaT OF 1MM 4 OKATIOX Ottawa Caoaaa orto IJ WILLIAMS Law twe Toledo Ohio Aottotlzed Canadian UoTcrndeniAeent SOUTNERN COHITIOIS ill tSep1 zirSUChAgricultural development as the llnr of tithe1IlinolsCentrs1andtheYazooMisslsetpi Stater Tennewee i Mississippi and Louisiana wiibitt the put ten jears Cities and towns have doubled their pop illation Splendid business blocks hare bees erected Paint lands havetnorethandoubledSInrralne Hundreds of Industrie haVe been established and as a result there Is an unprece dented demand for Diy Labrsrs Skills W rkniM aitd sipiaHyFan IsiisParties with small capital seettngfaa oppor tunity to purchase a farm home farmers who would for a couple of years before e purchasing sid laborers in fields or facto rtei ihouktsitrcsa a postal card to F MerryAssLCnerstPasegerAgentDubuqas t t printed rttsrconcerning the territory above described aM giye replies to inquiries THE COMING i cbJNuuRyri eZsIfyouatelookffgforabeterppportunimy a get more returns jour liborlook Southwest In indranTtrritory Otlihoma and Texas jnore men are needed to develop the areas of unimprqvedrland not now yielding e 4openiugssniall stotestIewspapetssnd lumber uris t1courItryanh1wiII1adiyscndLoslyeip ree teturn nsl of our latest 54it icauoDu The Coining Country Address t GEORGE MORTON a Qenerol Passenger nnd Ticket AgentI80X911 8Ti COUISO PATENTSitazc vi Watnt u k i ie s t LY c 1 DBY MR HAB8TON I iOTALOAN6TAND Could Not Turn la f n Jlrmcdy WhichNt crfect I s iMnrston shows that 1niitliinoioaffictodato bp st stricteu nlwut a r JrnitJi ho suffered t t most inteuso I Ably stand I sot hIS remarlc- p gnvo thn In r ttace4byt I laekofIly PIlt tho flint t vni simply a t b vcu iay in ijt however nnd I nTcryball tba 2 y4 ornic Vjhcn I I Jtiighqnioltvna ltiloto reach4 my ljS jtp rjaiil viicu Tio uo lie ftbllmil sciatica cx1bcdforzunti4MIdznonnt jfl talcaToTniyljcfl Tl ailvice wn 4 s for Iii11iti flitIt r tUrn front oiictdc to jho tfthir The mociit I nttrmptc1 Iffiivo ally i part of mjr body the pain became wi ur crm1atii1g that Iwould iao tq lb 1r-I foctly motionless v Innffcret1thitorturoforiImonthsfl 4 charged Aho doctOr aid bn tho ndvic of ID3VihiainMSafl1 bCgaII to ta1e three at a dosS three times a flay Ijvas do I termiucd to eivo hein thorough trial Two mdiitl i bcgau to use r tliem I was able telJcavo my b jd and I 1t t vr t i entire3 crnjtbTh to go nlout iwqi1cpsuaI link llls arehe best jucdictoiolevor- tiaea4 and I heartily recommend them to ahrofle wo liuffer8 firn sciatica Mr MnrtonI8 apresp mus farmer i and ariayhe jrsaohed b itinil addressed Z to Charles P MaretoUj Hampfon P O I row Hampshire prV iillaiaV Kiik PiUs hiwe cured other InfaI Herintig 1 Issuchanonragiapartift1arMid ataxli They are ao1 by all druggita Shakespeare RevIsed I ofww Too bad you arent a who lacks t 3 None pound in gettingilown lo the he airily v m a at thiAntonio did not wince but yhei the money lender went on and asked the spectators if they preferred the I light or the dark meat Portia up snui her famous surpriseDetrot 4 l Trtbttne p OiJlox 237 Little Rock Ark ThSs rcsi1t- 4 iregi isija the wander nfthe tt age F 1 uffered with Nerv oflp up mornin WthIldno d3 ncntj woiIit rmeat dii not do me tgno t II bfle iiiM three i kiir and em UflW ft we happrwoin c i1ev- I b1OC4an fleCfns ine iince using it k opor1uI cfnenae hereJcry rc pectfullr WILL HIT THE T 1 4 r 23tOae weiitdn t St LoCI took in e Chicago l btait villbc liii the e west era worlds fairtI ra tbo II fassai City Sar fnii1ii sn4 do fee expected zrg 41atedamuefseUL tTtIb a part 1 the Trafl sad aeV startling nov J6 e are promwed etS 3Wkile the marcof progress hu the char ter ef the h s the rqincthods of doing binlws will remain the piame The will civ- p 4 ut as of old audthe est sptcler will Jr lt ThOt of he Many of the I hwi probablv4ieqitof them Lerli and ipoitionwiIt L0trid 1si L kt doeiXhe spteler em pktrfjtlMfck facts Sot he Ihoirt i warie people w to be amused dWe you MW Cfcra he belloyi and ategrammar K M thenhe nl5 to tell them o lIl aelou featsf Iueatlon Nevomeon Juhn say he littt j w aaa a kM are bonnet Were a r eiiesoh theii iova kN e1I Wetavtsaw have we- S Sihe ui4 the big tha lauth anJ buys twc etI Am in ad Taate Mr Vne tVirait1 Im somewhat con i eeited It a bafautMf Iepreyqt only thai but ii e ad I steJPhibdel- 1 You can sometimes e good deal oLcoifort and come know tor1t ho1 VP r THE SIMPLE Ifayi That Are Ieuvi That JLr Peace i 4 uI Itl Ue rtmplfl life that glvi dyi rewaltj fqC niliid and r 0 aM tranquility of aoul ji 4 t S4aple oea and to itfoaB bound i 4 by tke deIretdogood oonejt iMgMioditipiep1eere le daad drink t MdIe Iog beore thaW t1ie heytrtiiol 5 a j t Being OwtpeNuta for l aiwtlJt hit Ibeftfl rather erh1 I acquired stth a llb Jifti for the test thretf i irotLLive depended Upon lt af xaoet w tk 4f for my dieti ectlag noth- JEK ofce ybUver but Graiw Nuta for L Tjraakfaat aid4aiipper and T fc lleva cealifeat ItISl dinner with fraH and andkJMreisth to 40 a 7 boose work j Wk fli I begrt the M pC Grape iauechCIs were sonoft that dl waa not abo fo rtd Hy ork Iwel8ed oaly 10 Oin di Fitkta that I ate dW Ie any good going down bill rapidly WM ei4aiud MUeraWe with Bba blr anytktpg My lponP ra41y aftsr I begat to i t ayXLts JodP l fe1 I aw atY aiscIed ot soil r5S If Vot niy welgt fi i IfavfewiiwwkiV MfT- ftib bwi ar wa s2 1 ebet fcc 7rIi j j1iji itke lilt r I 4s 5ri tir t 3jh i 4 l- 4 hAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OFTHE GLOBE ews In a Condensed Form Col lected For the B6nelit ofmOur lleadeis PROGRESS OF RUSSOJAP WARS What Is Transpiring In the Capital of the Nation The Internal Die orders In Russia and Other In teresting Foreign Notes WAR NEWS FROM THE FAR EAST the struggle for the ypssesslon of Mukden cost both sides close upon 200000 men The Russian loss of of ficers includes a large porportlon of t fieldfficersA dispatch from New Chwnhfr says the Japanese have occupied Tld Pass lea Kuropatklns resignation has been accepted and Grand Duke Nich olas Nlcbolalevltch has c6tksented to take chief command in Manchuria Gen Kuropatkin Jeft Tie Ling on a special train bound for St Peters burg if The czar has ordered Gen Kuropat in lo transfer the command of the tisslan armies to Gen Llnevltch as temporary commanderInchlef pend ing the arrival of Grand Duke Nlcho laevlch in the field Gen Llnovltch has assumed com mand of the shattered Russian army in Manchuria Military officials de clare that there are now 268000 men at Gen Llncvltohs disposal In Man churia and It Is believed that this force will bo sufficient to cause the Japanese to exercise great caution In their pursuit A dispatch dated Singapore says the British steamer Honwan reports hay ing passed 22 Japanese warships off Horsburgh 20 miles east of Sings pore at the entrance to the Straits of Malacca The Russian detachments at Tie Pass were on March 15 ordered to evacuate their positions and during the night retired Jn exemplary order covering their rear Ther had been fighting throughout the day Before the withdrawal of the Russian forces the military settlement and such of the stores of fuel and forage as could not be removed were set fire and de stroyod One of the highest officials in Po land in the course of conversation said It Is ali very well to talk of continuing tho war but w th no lead ers if generals no soldle gg guns and utj theaters of watt i away we are unable to 4 troops q ukarstobeMISC A bllirfo compef erjllfeilBsur ance company doing buslnccs In WIs consliulp adopt the mutual plan pass ed Uw Wlsconsln assembly MTySl Will Ptoraey noppoes who tally wonndetmvof Claude yna Pine Apple Xwerewwgat by a mob of citizens In a house aest Allenton Ala and were taken to a nearby swamp and hanged An arrangement Is being made be tween the governments of Panama ando the canal zone for the construction of- hree buildings for lepers lunatics and Incurable Indigents Panama con tributes 4tiOOO It is the Intention dt the senate in terstate commerce commsslon corn to first taIup the constitution al questions involving the right of con gress to delegate power to fix rates and the effect on equalizations and dif ferential practiced by railroads un der present conditions Nineteen persons were burned to death In a fire which destroyed ayestprytelement house In NOW York More than 40 were Injured and only a few ot jtne sleeping Inmates escaped unhurt tiSjfferal of thor who per ished were roasted tto death in plain View of thpuBand in the streets JuMus fitVvensauiegro imprisoned In the Jail at Lpngview Tex charged with assault upon Carl Anderson was shot to eath In his cell l y a mob Th Trench government has given Parlejan banking houses clearly to un derstand that they must net conclude the proposed Russian loan unless Rus sia Is prepared to negotiate for peace Thomas E Pepper the multtmllllon lira whisky manufacturer of Lexluj ton Ky and Miss Grace Appleby of Providence Jl I daughter of Mn and Mrs Henry Appleby were married In Springfield O In a case brought before the South Carolina supreme court on a demur rer a decision was handed down de daring that it is libellous to publish a white man as a negro The new geyser in Vellowstone Parlf has been named Skyrocket i Mrs Alice WebbDuke na brought suit for a separation from her hut band Brodle L Duke on the ground of abandonment and nonsupport The Missouri senate accepted the house bill making bookmaking and peIlng In the tato a fetony pun taEable by fine and from iix months to two years imprisonment in the pen itentlnry The Delaware Jhouse of rep resenta lives passe the senate hill abolish Inpthe niory In hat tktevt n effort was made to j eea1 the law which provides for the Whipping post but It ftiled The Hartford Machine Screw Cps Vusjneea and plants in Poftford Ct nnd Elyria O ave been sold to the Standard Screw Co of Detroit Mich r Direct 2t05vi formerly the chars pion pacing stallion dropped dead ot rupture 6f the heart at East yiew 1rm New Yorjt James Bntlera stocl farm He was valued at about 50000 JThepresldent has decided to order Mpt Harry Leonard of the jnarlne corps who distinguished himself in Me Jt6 pckln to thp Chinese eapItaV aa military attache ofJhe Am ar1aniegatlonSPrpcticaUy penniless wtth only his devoted vf ife to watch and mourn Mons Nlbk famous circusclown and pjiBtcialc died at Denver Col of telps1i lrsj Saw wife cit Jte aecretary of UtjfTjreiuWry Leslie M Shilw was op Iraie4tba fcr aBerfeufc aflnoit at Dr HojvardtKeHys p ivMeVjMnUjirlum in BaHlmbre Tbeoperaou was report ed ioVfcS ucceMfuI v ForpostmOterQenera1 Wynn e bas fjcllned the gift of a sojld silver pilC tendered hirn by former subordinates in the post oHce depart 1meatJjancis B Looirila flrsc sslstant fCTtary of 8tate ipaRklii of Santa Do Jaijtp affairsj dvnlrdthji there Is inyi frtcMaa in tie slate 4fepartment 1DYfl I rrm S Dr Jordan professor of Stanford university and Timothy J Hopkins of thft board of trustees of the univer sity have signed a Joint statement re garding the Stanford case They say they arc satisfied the womans death was not due to strychnine poisoning The remains of Mrs Jane L Stan ford who died In a Honolulu hotel were placed on board the steamer Ala eda to be brought to San Francisco At Mobile Ala Collector of Cus toms Tlbblts seized Honduras lottery tickets statements of prizes lists of drawings and trial balance sheets on the Norwegian steamer Hiram A bomb exploded on the tramway lallway line close to the residence of M PobetlonstefT prosecutor general of the Holy Synod Nobody was injured A sharp engagement between Turkish Infantry and cavalry and a strong band of Bulgarians at the vii lage of Smola near Qhevyll The Bul garians were defeated with the loss of 42 killed Including Apostcl The Turks lost three killed and eight wounded The war department finds that It will be obliged to decline to send reg ular troops to the encampments of state militia organizations for the rca son that the available funds appro priated ore Inadequate Senator Morgan made a sensational speech In the senate in which he charged that William Nelson Cram will of New York who was promi nently connected with the sale of the Panama canal property to the United States was the prime mover in a scheme to Influence the United States in the financial affairs of the Domini can government There was open rebellion among the 600 strike breakers taken to New York by the Interboroigh Rapid Transit Co from surrounding towns and cities and there is considerable excitement owing to the alleged un fair treatment of the men by the corn p 1anyJames H Peabody won his contest for the office of governor of Colorado from which he retired on January 10 nfjter serving a term of two years but his Victqry was achieved only after he had given his pledge to resign and s surrender the chair to Lieut Gov iesse P McDonald Two suits aggregating 33369 were Instituted in the St Louis circuit court by the Louisiana Purchase Ex position Co against the Naval Ex hibit Co and the Jerusalem Exhibit Co for alleged failure to pay rents commissions and lighting bills The army transport Thomas arrived from Manila Nagasaki and Honolulu She brought the 9th 17th and 18th batteries of field artillery and 177 can uals 18 sick soldiers five Insane and 22 military prisoners Peter Dancy and Edward Austin both negroes were hanged from the same scaffold at Richmond Va Dan cy murdered a woman of his race Austin criminally assaulted a small colored girl- Robert Bowles who killed C O Fireman John Huff at Clifton Forge last March was hanged at Covlngton Va Brig Gen Thomas H harbor first military governor of Hawaii who served many years la tne regular army Is deal In New York The household property of Mrs Can sle L Chadwlck was sold at auction ill Cleveland O to A D Nelson of New York for 25200 President Roosevelt was the guest f honor at the 121st annual dinner of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick New York He was accorded a flatter Ing ovation by mord than 600 mom bers of the society and its guests and responded in a notable address At Kookuk la Sam A Carr a farm er beat his wife Into Insensibility with a beer bottle and set fire to his house and barn and then shot himself dead Mrs Care will recover Kansas oil producers will effect a permanent organization for a two years war against the Standard OH Co The report of the board of state mine inspectors to Acting Goy Gun ningham regarding the explosion at Virginia mines on February 20 where in lit miners lost their lives says it was caused by an explosion of dust President Roosevelt attended tho wedding of his niece Miss Eleanor RoQsevelt daughter of the late Mr Shd Mrs Elliott Roosevelt to her cousin Franklin Delano Roosevelt son of Mrs James Roosevelt in New York He gave the bride away France has officially informed the United States of the action of the Venezuelan government of the threat ened seizure of the French Cable Co which she regards as high hanged and unwarranted Master Mechanic Lfewls Watson of the Clalrton Steel Co Pittsburg Pa was drenched with burning oil from a bursting pipe Ills eyes were burned oat and staggering to the front of the building lit fell the ground fractur ing his skull MaJ Alex O Brodle of the military secretarys office was ordered to pro ceed to Manila and report In person to the commanding general of the di vision of the Philippines for assign mont to duty F IL George manager of the George Junior Republic at Freevllle N Y has been approached by Coy Wright of the Philippine Islands with the view of establishing a reform school for Filipino boys at Camp Gregg Luzon Island Con Francisco Mean Mexican min inter of war has resigned on account of Ill health W P Bogardus of Mt Vernon O was elected president of the Nations Retail Hardware Dealers association r M L Correy Argus lad secretary and Sharon Jones of Richmond Ind treasurer Secret service men are at Cumber land Md from all over the Baltimore Ohio system aiding the United States government detectives in an in vestigation of the burning of a postal car at Hyndman In which 1700 pounds of mall was destroyed The police raided a poolroom and gambling house in 42d street which they declare was patronized almost exclusively by the wives of wealthy New Yorkers The Missouri senate passed the bill appropriating 50000 for a state san tarium for the treatment of pulmonary diseases H Clay Pierce reputed to be a multimillionaire has organized his es tate Into a trust at St Louis the first corporation of the kind In Missouri and probably In the country formed primarily to safeguard the interests of the organizers heirs Rebellious peasants have plundered the estates of the czar Grand Dukes Vlidtmlr and Nicholas and of Duke Alexander of Oldenburg in the pro vinces of Oreland Tchernlgov A storm which raged for 48 hours In Los Angeles Cal and vicinity did damage to the amount of pyer 500 Q0O 4t l i 1 zf L There is gopd authority for the statement that M Wittes recommen dation for the abolition of the corn mittee of ministers hrs been accepted by Emperor Nicholas Cow Higgins of New York has signed a bill requiring excursion boatsLto carry at least one life e iachA commission has been appointed under the presidency of Gen Ropp a member of the council of the empire t A rthurIHounded by loan sharks to whom he had assigned his wages in ad vance and finally discharged as an IIC engineer Frank Dunham 47 mitted suicide in Chicago Mrs B F Marsh wife of Congress man Bl F Marsh died ather home inIWarsaw III of apoplexy Mrs was a sisterinlaw of Chief Justice Fuller of the United States supreme court The National Congress of Mothers which had beer in session for a week adjourned to meet In March 1906 at Los Angeles Cal Gen Joseph R Hawley for nearly 24 years United States senator 1mmIConnecticut died at his Washington Death came peacefully after a stupor lasting for many hours Brief funeral services were Washington over thorcnlalns of ConI and Former Senator Joseph R Haw leyThe greatest sympathy Is expressed by the British press and public for Gen Kuropatkin anti there is strong criticisms for the curt manner of hjs dismissal without a word of thanks for past services A drastic anticigarette bill previ ously passed by the Wisconsin assem bly was passed by the senate Business failures In the United States for the week ending March 1C umber 183 against 190 the pievlouo week 193 in the lke week In 1904 94 In 1903 and 197 in 1902 In Cana da failures for the week number 22 against 40 the previous week After having been In a deadlock for one month over the election of a Unit ed States senator to succeed Francis M Cockrell the Missouri legislature at 15 minutes before sine die adjourn mont elected Maj William Warner republican of Kansas City to fill the contested vacancy Former President Cleveland edo brated his 68th birthday quietly at his home Westland N J receiving informally his friends among the uni versity faculty The American Tobacco Co will fight the anticigarette law in Wisconsin Vesuvius is again In eruption and is throwing out burning lava red hot stones and a high column of smoke while detonations are heard at long distances Secretary of State Hay was taken ill as he was about to board the White Star liner Cretlc at New York for a voyage to the Mediterranean and be came so weak that he was taken on board the steamer in a wheeled chair President Sphurman of Cornell was advised that not a single candidate taking the qualifying examinations for the 1905 Rhodes scholarship from New York state passed Guests from the s ate of Washing ton the naUon l7captal and other cities attendedTthejatznohing of the armored crutsar at the yard of Jf New ybrh bib Co CwBjsNt J Offletolad vices are to the effect that President Castro of Venezuela vl seeking to settle his compllcattees tabyitbfree hand In dealing with thojcoBipH 4cationsFrance fAdvices from Caracas iEiife Ia say that the superior cotirtideeidedon appeal March 5 that and Bermudez Asphalt Cotlildea the Matos revolution Stricken with heart disease Alex ander L Whitman 67 a wholesale grocer of Chicago died while seater by the side of his son William R Whitman In a carriage at Washington C H O conference vof Pittsburs and Alle gheny city officers was held and at its close the announcement was made that all opposition to greater Pitts burg had been removed Seventy members of the aristocracy and court and representatives of the Vatican gave a farewell dinner to Am erican Ambassador Meyer In Rome Gen Arthur Campbell Cummlngs 83 a conspicuous character In Virginias military history died at Ablngdon Va J M Woodall dropped dead upon viewing a makebelicve corpse at a school entertainment at Good Hope Ala The Impersonator of the corpse was the real dead mans son President Joseph Smith in his tes timony before the senate investigating committee testified that he had re ceived no revelations from God In a recent address in the tabernacle he said he has received revelations The Venezuela government seized the coal mines of Quanta Naricual near Barcelona They had been leas ed to an Italian company In 1898 for 33 years by the Venezuelan govern meat John F Johahisjohn 24 postmaster at Mutzlg Pa terrorized Spring Gar den borough for three hours and was arrested only after a hard struggle He poured coal oil on tljo floor of his etore and set fire to it Before tha flames could be extinguished most of the store stock was destroyed and it Is thought mall and government prop erty were burned Orders have been given for Com panies A and B First battalion of en gineers at Fort Leavenwonh Kan ty proceed to San Francisco for embar kation for the Philippine islands on the extra transport sailing July 1 Gov James B Frazier was nomi nated for United States senator by the democratic caucus of the Tennes see legislature An order was received from the Prairie Oil Co to take up all pipe Upo laterals off the Standard sixInch main west of the Santa Fe tracks between Huraboldt Kan and Chanute except oneThe Minneapolis flour mills will be busy for many days now as an order from the Japanese government asks for enough flour to supply the prls oncrs captured by the Japanese at Mukden Sydney Adams chief clerk of the general delivery division of the Bait more post office charged with rob bing the mails was sentenced to serve three years in the Maryland peniten tiary the United States district attorney has received instructions from the de partment of justice investigate tho socalled Beef Truf tencies ln ew Orleans JAn gutomobile in 4ii Pre1dEz- ti It Palma was riding ra pjp andkille- lManuel Palomera of yearo1d Bps lab boy The preW xpressedde- erTet I at the accl IfallUf ai thSi g a Thndtheir undoubted scientific possibilities we would all of us be dead Happily however those of us who do not have hysterics about germs are able to live n comparative comfort and other peof pie worry till such time ai n plervousN Y Tribune leChurchIginning to recognize worry as a dh ease to be prescribed for like any otbOr InmaladyGotham When a bug reaches a po s icitionnot reach U with either hand I sup pose he ought to go and see a plitSdan then Yonkcrs Statesman Confirmed Horse Thief At Bromley a man named Williams age S3 described as a noted horse steaier with a record of 43 years penal servitude was sent for trial on a chargeD btlame the animals In order to give them an excuse for offering them for sale for slaughter London Chronicle Human NatureBs Uncle Reuben says am a throughhet artfully concealed Fur Instance when a man rubs his back against a freshly painted doah de owner of de bulldln pretends not to keer how much of It he carries off on his back Detroit Free Press Novel Postal Service In Milan letters are now collected from the street pillarboxes by an elec tric traveling post office over a Journey of 15 miles sorting and stamping are doho during the run from one box to anaother and at the end of each circuit letters are handed over for immediate delivery J dtiptoDateThe Siamese capital Is the terminus of four lines of railway It has a fine service of electric trains and is well lit by electricity It also possesses one of the finest race courses in the east and has many clubs fine hotels several banks good hospital etcSBrazil Exterminating Mosquitoes Brazil la proud of the work of its mosquito brigades which have almost driven yellow Jack from Rio de Janeiro Last summer there were but 50 cases of the fever in the Brazilian capital whereas formerly It used to be 50 per week Seduced Chest Measurement Say young man you with the swollen caput anti chesty bearing did it ever oc cur to you that there is hardly blank paper enough In the world on which to print the sum total of what you dont know Nebraska State Journal As It Is Now i It might have been true in Solomons time that the wicked flee when no man pursueth but in this day and age they usually grab the market and chase the rest of us into a corner The Com moner i2 of Indinix ir lfl ilfvr42i r3 tfl jcii Ifldlazi t ani Picture inS t1- est Loui ixTke i SYry oneycsl i create but slon The average ama dJliJW8CaiwTyit long enough to feel in much daBger Washington Star Queer Plant of Mexico A curious plant has recently been found in Mexico It is similar te a pumpkin with a rough corky bark re sembling that of ita oak It has been named palma Paper from Hops The discovery has been made that good paper can be produced from the refuse hops that have hitherto been thrown away In breweries Hebrews in Spain In Spain Hebwr re not permitted to erect and maintain houses of wor ship They have no civil rights and ex ist in the kingdom only as aliensU i r ght It seems very appropriate to call some business letters circulars as many are not on the square Good Riddance The wings of richer enable some men to fly from their poor relations Chica go Daily News MARKET REPORT Cincinnati March 18 CATTLE Common 65 4 00 Heavy steers 510 5 5O vJ CALVES Extra 6 00 6 25s HOGS Ch packers 5 25 5 30 ffsOf1LAMBSFLOUR Spring pat 6 03 630 WHEAT No 2 red li5 JCORN No 2 mixed 52 t34VKiRYEHAY Ch timothy 12 50 PORK Clear mess 14 30 LARD Steam Ij655 BUTTER Ch dairy 18 Choice creamery 27 APPLES Choice 3 00 ilI 4 00 POTATOES Per bbl 1 40 1 50 TOBACCONewV 5 00 G1i13 00 4 50 14 75 Chicago FtOTTR Winter pat 5 in 30 WHEAT No 2 roiL 1 13V 1 1514 No 3 redI 102 1 11 CORN No 2 mixed 4i 324RYEPORKMess12 70 11112 75 LARD Steam 6 97VS 7 00 New York FLOUR Win strts 5 60 5 85 WHEAT No 2 red 1 177s CORN No 2 mixed 58Y4 OATS No 2 mixed 38 3 RYE Western PORK Family 14 50 1500 LARD Steam 7 35 Baltimore CATTLE Steers 3 50 400 SHEEP No 1fat 3 00 3 50 LAMBS Spring 5 00 6 00 HOGS Dressed 6 25 6 60 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 1 18 CORN No 2 mixed 4- SOA1NO 2 mixed J 3414 PORK Mess ji 00 LA Pure steam r lnduarooll V1iEATjo se q jrbNTWORK JUST RIGHT f e HoIdTTp Man Was Not Posted on JiuJltsu and Wouldnt Give In Vee I learned jiujitsu Yes Ye and when I was attacked by a huge holdup man the other night Iap iedm knowledge That s interesting Yes I sprang at him and applied the pri railed the comealong by which the expert catches his victim and ads him wherever he will That was great wasnt itl It would have been but the footpad b ad never beard of jiujitsu and he picked c tip and me down till I every bone in my body was brp nen then he robbed me ct and t To what do you ascribe your failure To the fact that he had never studied jitu bad he done so he wtilcl have k nown that my held rendered him power le ssIlouston Pofct An ExSheriff TalUl 2OthSpecialAlmost nf the most deadlyof kidney diseases by odds Disease iabetes Rheumatism and Bladder trou les in fact an disease that is of the- idneys or caused disordered kidneys is readily cured by this great American remedy But it is in curing the earlier stages of Kidneyillspreventing thousands ofcases of rights disease mid other deadly ailments by curing Kidney Disease when it first s borlySpeaking James Scott of County cays I have used eight boxes of Dodds Kid ney Pills and must say that they are just the thing for Kidney Disease We have tried many kidney medicines hut Dodds Kidney Pills are the best of all a Baseball salaried are to be lower next summer and some of the crack pitchers t withheluth JfevriTribune What Is Pusheek8XuroP It is a new remedy compounded on an- ntirely new scientific basis combiniij o principlesfl fixed law of cure no experimenting Mature intended n cure for every ill This radicallyifferentails to cure the diseases for which if ii intended Other medicines may have failed onetakeKuroWHAT IT WIII CURE t xhansionallDiseasesEczema and all kinds of acute and chronic Catarrhs no matter where l ocatedor which is affected loss of appetite Dyspepsia or Indigestion die e troublesVcaknesaPusnecksKuro is the best all rouncl in vigorator tonic and restorative in the orld for men women and children If DrCtrat d book An English scientist says that insects are fond of whisky He teems to agree t sayshatnal Million of Vegetable I for6cASaizerwhom there are no more reliable and ex tensive seed growers in the world makes Iikisffer which is made to get to sat Seedskewuilttdleatuog together with enough seed gMwOb 10M fee solid Cabbages Turnipsc280blanching rich butter Lettuce 1000 splendid Onions 1000 rare luscious Radishes 1000 gloriously brilliant Flowers AIX FOK nuT 160 POSTAGE providing you will return this notice and send them 20c in they WfltfaMftp the above a package of fa Cauliflower I Hj ifcVfcMi gets elected to office ofhimagainatihiY Press a Is Your Strength What It Used to BeP Can you work na energetically or walk as far climb the as as you used to Are your nerves as steady anti PainsVeaknessMemory Rheumatism Indigestion Ca andNervousshorten life and destroy happiness Re gain your strength and by using PusbecksKnro It has cured thousands whose case was much woiss than yours PushecksKuro can be had inmost dnie stores for 100 or sent for ChicagoAllp A bad habit resembles n porous plaster consciousnessIhiladeiphia a Shake Into Tour Shoes Allens FootEase It cures painful swollen mating feet Makes new shoes dasyj by all Druggists and Shoe Stores Dont any Sample FREE Address A S Olrasted Le Roy X Y Althoughthi3lost and weeks To Cure a Cold in One Day Alldruggistsrefundthemoneylflt V Groves signature is on each box 25c soMaiiDo not believe Pisoa Cure for Consume has an for coughs and 7cr TrintySpring1nd Feb 15 1900 neat errOr is to be pitied not ridi uled Chesterfield I rrs S iLjr1v z4Ac S J re etCominonI 5en t q Do ou honestly believe that coffee sold loose to dustgeEms and iL through bozis them not erdcanLb1i you dontknowbowOr A Jioo1druset ofcoi r 4LIONIs story TJ i J145- Idges berries se1ect1 at the p SsidUlully roaste tories where pt e- 30lj4P would not drcLJ 1jQ to sceure pcr 0flavorstrengtI Ii4iFrom t1e IliefactoryLo i isopened Thibasmde LtoNcorrEEthewDer Milli6ns of American HomenivelcOrne I ing There is no stronger proof of merit popularity Quality survives all op1 avo Sold onlyin 1 lb pac1ages Llonhe your Lionheads for valui SOLD BY GROCERS ifI Fl 5d- wOOIsO We Guarantt won for Go tar and are more any SPECIFY White lies Shcp It is perf cctbr sometimes dont you think t6 tell little white iLsHePossibly buLthedlfficuity Is all lies color age Life New Erie The Erie Railroad has 137 very heavy and 6600 freight cars The company is also hay ing built three of thenew and f t type of passenger engines knOwn as bal anced These will pull more passenger cars At a high er rate of speed than any other kind The company is also having built three type of qes his DId Browns wife him give up smoking In an way gave him some clgarsChrlstmaa Houston Post A A Officer of the Rebeccas Writes to Thank Deans Kidney pills For It Mrs C E a local officer of the of Topcka Kans Room 10 Kansas are nue writes Insed Pills during the past year for kidney trouble and kindred ailments 1 was from pains in the back and hut found after the use of one box of the remedy that the troubles d so that before I hail a second I was well I your MRS C E JWMGARDNER A FREE TRIAL Address Foster Milburn Co Buffalo N Y For sleby all Price 50 cents s f s St OilThe old cure strong straight sure tackles Hurts Sprains Bruises The muscles flex the kinks untwist the soreness dies out Price 25c end SOcj IL J Lrr liciIabdIt All Free Write Pr C PUSHECKOSt CHICACO l l ti5urcte thtatlba end bI cttLflgIatg IIfti1h tbioV ibitis rdDrUII1 it dhOh It4EI ktpusHLaK MuRo i tM antir cistern utcbts Tywbere I lrlt4 p alparoalnstalimi and guarantees m deodi parable um 4 property mmkOunpeche Mula forests of xnahosai dwellings ctourrb t inp ckbolOnvUonpri na from ltnnt mall 4 sbanana and other ftuitu herds of Ifleaguaanlcett ror s 5 Divided April 1 tuiraatMl nJ curator ooalti poifi from rstfo mahogany i enUy Ipped to J ew Votk Piroty4wo cent consenauve lyeitinuuru on oevIJopmentorpmpertT Two MMtoa plantations already matured by onrmaoonrv Sbarcn OrdtOCk tu pre maim 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MAM 4 I MOTHER GRAYS JJSWFET PU WDERS T CINLDREN r f A Certain Cute for Pe erl hne a Constipation II a laehe4 Htonavcb Tmoblra Teetblncl Illuorder and Desr07imDimiuuTi W0F1fl ThaT Bnk nrInSihourl At Vctv I 7lgswvOrkQi BEGGS BLOOD PURIFIER V CURES catarrh of the heckskuro3 Cure for all Mmius TrwMN For all Weakness Palm Rheumatism Nervous and Gen oral Debility fof Skin Diseases Scrofula and Indigestion nisuse and Heart Diseases T SSSSMtn I will send you Pushicks Kuro on Trial zut iti st WaIstsSlsC3s flft its yu sIalnsdMflesm1IuKSN lfeSIdIAdvice today Wunhlnarlon 81 ultecqSumaaslmllatlonottooai 51 tt5canpktsc ev Tiaeundera1gnrd be tbcaewhohaTe orricERgi ra Jk lalertulloflil Shells other Womans marvelotitlr all FOR stomach Fina Catarrh COT dltII ba ii 15btk XI aIt sdI It a cdt iI Is yr Irus 1044ZS Ouaui it DS1 Ndthirapr aIkdIcIss5sttokpI1IcruinieI1tis a a 4e i t 4 iL ic 4 r H1 OUTOOK I J11111S11NO CO1 KYIi a IN ADVANCE iL-I I I cntmiMinieiitlnn t WteLIJzimIt s 9IrngII change n I lwnyI xive proVitI 8 I 1J cing whon out of tr- a tI tIon fact on prInInwed to an I l1 r ent 000 3OI r onIisforiIxt S fnr thirtytl o i 1T- I cn 3 ii4 4 1 I I NT r tl1E4 I v t anoun 0 f I reIwat1a ei Rcpreent andIjcni S44Et nco wur hft8 e t I ruces with t I tiii ho1ng It to llrbI l r IingIhem no tirne 2 w1IcuTR iqIIIlIBect 200 00 bvubcrItIon tncuro the reic n tion of the Ky W Heyan College 18Ia 4L huilling town S Guy BKCKHAU gives his support guSd p eeat What a ripping old time therell be when the Ky Gene al j I AssemTfly meets next winter XUEOPATK1M fuiIcIand LIncvit- I chq 1 lIrtdB hII cotnmttnder of 10 Rtiuiii araiy fighting the Jape Ltnevitch will do mighty well in 1i dfed if 1m does better than Kurol Ikin WeRoIs on ftklgIl horee and brunthi ng 4 threatening and alaughter agal ant ieyernl Fthe big nations Inch id k ing Unciftm He is funnier than hiSb Tar Colorado legiflaturo stole Vfi Govtrranry office from Ailnrec dyl4 We do imSlr tricks t ih iltueky only the Deocr ate ett iYuethc4 t1c Off r in Colorado 4bu put Catnt But this pn jay iHg8m nab nest govern d it- tUt Ji InC Jvr ould di J irTritbe RusV FlJIBS alwaysIre Wito the foe 1Ir VARNEI of Kni SHa ZS4relIiebeIng U tcdk SSI ciised1ter rIItOUe thee I SjIiit eInn of the 3lIeAouni k gis 5I Iazkri If he IrOVO8 of the Debou willIrue eIetedSe I RUBPtA was Is ris9Df1 c- s1jvveeniy althuugk the French cv vrR a i4sneI peoples sympathy is iiEV wR her On the oilier heed Jap 4 hII n IrIuals In reisleg s Ger B Rnihin V ltiiiugk the eyep thy Ai r GermaBy also in with Russia JapSr i4 MOThLTnrtIeHer there is due 1 iS rrnM CkICMl bliigi pri fen Ir ior rt of freisklib tIertxMeeTk4bhIIteti PnafjW tOae prihtLni thiil the earth will bedftash1dbybLMI1time rn WKj witsft Hture It wpOldj IflNIr WithiN ihs life eftliis genera f tLai4 if aifesioni jtXij Wer likijkwore PcriciUtly tuf k y arjnIb bird claae them r iPIVC81 1 111114v4 the beIs 01 kI life Ii Vh a on tk t jS5the 4athhfJLMareathe tuI ApjokhvIng dOled hia ridera4 IIfeeteigifnrtbe tasse also a le4thjeatene der itfeWkuR cited- eek en the- alasthe aotiit r ViiU1Lenatvsljournedi Ith ISS reidItRooRe eltsl q 4iin 1UtCC tntaty kiehIie held lt lateI 4nakirtIeKarIy haidoce erY cIrr pwt throh sIIictn aa 41Ita Ike hteidenLiail hnt bewtngzrj lien the t r riatdnty hive oaetIiin ga1 iKjfpJsiidVtxperwB during life A 4V kIiI his he PrnhJb htlonI rink1i1 iij weets on Ju t the etiaifet ffet aftJPlC te uktly enforce Pro rL1Cf4ft4eqnefl3e ear vi J4g1i4 bM t Iftudf i HI rants aue the Cnte rt7 either the f- Pe iiy repfated or it lrSiji C Ii aaveSh4 F e tsj7 1j 5g t p JtlUQE PJIYNTER nf tV Court Of jJohis iniuity now aIrrTlCORRESPONDENCE toSprngfieidUeorgc TaylnKi spending the at Stoops with Ins cousin a SprutttheE visited Annn Go eit of near Sliurpshurg from Friday till MoidayCIJin W S of MtSter lint visited tier sister Mrs James Jones Friday und Saturday There wets no preaching atfipring field Sundttj owing to the pastors IllnvRH There will bo preaching the Hrst Sunday in Aprilclill Midland CItySMrs Willie is SIckspe Wm Goodpaster of Craig was hero SundayT noihMrs Mint Million visitedHSaruli Jackson ut day nBrq Blevlns preached nt the itJon nigSundayM ienes Ohio Carter and Ida Rn n of OwinRSville were guests Mils Flora Mcers Saturday and Sunday Olympia Mrs George Jackson is very ill wit h heart trouble John H McLane has moved to Walter Belchers home place Walter Belcher of Olive Hill vibittd friends hero mitt week C H Graves left Saturday for severaldays visit at Alabama P N Moore of St Louis was a eet of C H Graves ilrst of the week jnhereisterweek The Sick Perry Thrahor Is some better Mrs Uole Jackson In her is CupbeuerMiss Iva Oakley stopped oil here ednesday on her way homo ealtun after a v1i to her brother YI1at Farmers Crooks Mrs Jess Parks Is on the sick d Mrs J 0 Hall visited relatives Bt Howards lill Sunday W P Ross and wife visited re latlves at Salt Lick Sunday Jo Williams and wife visited parents in Olympia Sunday We are having beautiful pprlng weather and the farmers are busy Miss Myrtle Lemaster of Sold ier Carter Co is visiting relatives he re L toickweek Quite an number went from here to fit SterHngMbriday to attend ourt Mrs JT Hovertnaleof OIPU3 fin vuited relatives here Thursday and riday Jell Davit and wife visited their daughter Mrs Leo Palmer in Ow ingeville Sunday n LliagtonH Johnson last week othiBt Si1lhere Saturday night and Sunday Died March 17 the two weeks Old daughter of Sam ned Rosa J inon The griefBtricken par ent8 ave l e ieympathybf the en tire community in their sad Joss phialIttle bedIsempty xioy The little clothes laid by A joyinGollttle nilgrlnitothy hotnoonyon b1iKsfuIhoremiss but soon will come Where thon hast gone before lfMoorsFerrv dayswebatis4Mepastweek l oiflgMreVOPShrout is still sicktwith ju grippe R L is atill very sick witi rheufatUm wkatlih1Troy Jennings of Yale came don Sunda to vifclt relatives a fewdj ys Mrs Sefile jGllkerson of near Farmers earae down Friday to- thorspend a few days with her ta JobB Razor who is very sick Clyde Stirnut sold to BUt Coli 4yeahorFa rdto 0 P Shrbiit a 3ye irbld stallion for 115 1 CVKlmVrell and wits wls ib to Itheirk indness reBdeted them in the loss their oneyearold eon who ied Thursday MaYeb jg 1005AQwrffT FieSd aged 19 and Miss Edd Plainer aged 18 were married Marcs 8 pear Fithian III tbegrp6BiiB the son of Dcwitt C Flood of this plaee and has been nIliinnIi two feXw iIlerl de ii df weIlodofa fIy We extend tbeyGUBKeoupie our best wishes Dfd March 10 J90I Vensrd Kwbreliiagpd H months rand 20 d yeV His1Iant was urnernie I ason 115 was biuk but three ilava Vpnard wa the ynutigest son C f En Kitebrefl1ad wife Weep h parents Gods wil r Iczvjakt2rjfttee w f ieyFrldnyi I 4 t 15iL iLAhJM jawSiafer9 Enoch Surrell is olowJy Jm iiig i t i women took ndvnntuun n the One weather the past week and hud tutmo garden innaluMwi n tobacco beds and hreuk tnd for irorn and tobacco has been in progress tIn past week1cee Rudder and family visited family of Andrew Coyle on Pric whoklygm daySdaughtioer Lnti r onts F F NVarren and wife at Craigs Sunday i Licking Union Wlllie Hams little 3 year ed t ing5oam Jackson of Owinesvillc nt two days lust week at Ynle on business homas Wooley moved intortlc se vacated W S McKilHiey Wednesday Brown mul Heskei Roepinglast Saturday v A1 Jones and non of Sut bLic k weru he TueFday and Wen d ofnes day Will bought Troy Je gs farm for 2400 S LicamAllen n span of mules for 230 and for his oninvlaw Jessie Williams nt pan of mules harness and wag in for 315 Hlllsboro A E Postcii left Tuesday for a trip to the West Ethel Selby line been quite sick for aoverul days Minor Rawlings had n valuable fiorse to die Saturday Morgan Hunter after a saint Illinois for the past two months urned home Friday Miss Lillie Evan left Tuesday to visit relatives in Ohio after which shewill leave to attend school nt Valparaiso Ind John A Clark hoe bought totwoacre lot ol the Davis heirs CO serflteUlpluteSJcnce in the near future logProfscI here Friday He has tau lit n yery succufisftil school He eftlet Mo relndaych IeaterCraigsvlnJim Downs sold George Hunt a horse for2Oj Henry Tlnchersold GoorgaiHunt a innle Er40 Hoyt Warren sold Buddio Jones a horse for 40 A v Richard Munlov sold aTmule c jGeorgeJohn fc Jones for 17 btNewtonSorreilter after a severe attack of grip itieHenryfarm here to Buddie Jonc8 soofr Two Mormon elders preiiuhed attithe sclioolhousVhcreThursduy and F Ig1rJohn and Jessie Lowrywiro lOvelau been fojr tho long distance telephone company for some time are visiting their parents William owry and fvife Smith Thompson moved to one f the companys houses vZhck iaton moved to the house vacated y Thompson Dr Zclcx Wejle moved to Polksville Rev A T Ham filled his regular a b laetorganize a Sundayschool Now let all the parents come out and bring their children and land a helping hand to this workg Fairview The ick of this part are all ira proving i1 I George Burner sold some wheat atIperbusheL f Several from Jiero attended CoUrt at Alt Sterling Monday A C Hendris bouglit a ew hastStout Vhltton at 4c v Robert Henderson hoiigl tfw am riAfl ogsteere at 19 oJooReCdbougitasork mule otJ WVfe jiiTborritonStephens botffLttSpoSr at mules of J L Atchidoo for200 o pairtLeslie Hendris sold to Warren Rodgers six yearling calves for 80 MT Hendrix was here T iutais day looking for a pair of work cat tie MattUew McCItire bought a 12 yearold mare train Poster Calvert f JMrsnn Oalverc from Paturday till nriday Sanders Anderson of Nepton ohglt d work horse from Corino nderson for 60 George Kirk and family visited Charley Rodgers and wife Sutur t day and Sunday D H Hendrix and tenant Joe Reed sold their tobacco to T G Paughe ty at 8c The farmers here are nlmnqt ono a sowing tobacco beds are p brepnIngtorIJ APoweil I IdaUglter ear ell a few day tqt t MargnrctVIi V or her tkjrtin 1arel1iztnl 5es Iiki L S Ratliff boiiijht Robert Me Clam iJitisWalter Lee infant mm itf Time DetIt attelInra ZT Cram and sons Earl and Raymond vitiied relatives at Odes sa Saturday Und Sunday hn Daugherty and wife went Saturday to see the Inttors aunt MrsU A Gorrrll of Owingsvillc is Very poorly himeof last week of Frank Denion gone to Tippecanoe He declined the idea of going and will farm here i Lust Wednesday evening while T ri1RlcDtstatitl1ig tv hiA left ankle out of place and iking n bone in same He IB getting along as well as could be expected ntproentaboUpper Prickly AshtEmmctt Park of Salt Lick sncnt Sunday with his mother Mrs Bet tI PaarkLand wife of s Run spent Saturday with R and wife Wm Coyle und family of lower Prickly Ash visited John WOo yle and family SundaytheJchn D Munley of near Salt k vinitcd Walter Joburn and Willie Hamilton visvingBvilt visited Alnianza Stone and wife the first of the weeklagT to graOwingevillewill work for Estill Honaker in Sthe blacksmith C MaharlieWe llare visiting their near relii lives hero a few days They will lea ve Tuesday for the extreme makernSalt Lick Mr Kate James is vifcitinK in Olive Hill this week E LKercheval and wife visited in Lexington Sunday revivalHeRoPressU S Court at Frankfort last week James Harper and wife of Cat tnburg came Saturday to visit iitivcaThsaac Shnuae anti wife visited the lat Ritaro datawith his fathtrto run their 111Ws thi IIniudie now sawyer for duinp Llrih joraes highly recm u it lulnisttr and wluOmC to our r b JSUington f1irrlv- U rprid ietid lien lntitwek hyji to Oy rttltiniit 1ind ietij married tu a gentleman fnini ew York named Cieliur The ooni is uneiitire Ptrmyer to uis every hcnly iev utrd oveiVMro Minnie here and wjeli her liapbf VC ne uijhflIUICreside in New York Knob Lick A few caseJof spring feverIcThere are sonic potatoes ted fLoosI notice some plum trees bloom g ij ILiad Colllver of Grunge City was hero SUnduy Tom Ctitfstliin and wife have one to Olfve Hhto lesidb t The lafit few warm days have started the grass to growing y wuleTho ore cpmpany is the w uporkkJamo3 Riddle sold Highley three turkeys that brought 546byweight Tno trusts have prily oneikindof other but they have several vo ches of daddies A trust is EJmply a combination f unscrupulous raen with express ntent o rob the people It costs a mXn a good deal more t w EifeJoba Clnrk is palnuiig and re pairing the residence belonging to te company at Olympia tallyhothands of George Goodpaster Sun day JeiT Highley and wife attended the burial ofltho child df EGKim rel and wife near MpoVos perry riday 8 ieingtakedriJbyOwingsville by way oftsalt Lick to connect with the long distance tel ephone I If you want to own L man lend him enough money so that the iriy rest will abtforb all his ears tinge except a bare sustenance tnd lie is yours truly Ve cannnt say ap to wJiethorEva was a brunette or a blondobut can she In midulgee the woman robOta man v hen he robs the s hflSjKohlbheiV from doing JUieold parties to r both Vhnd a otIitr Isartc t N Bethel Dr J D Judy wm a vixltor at ie1 Monday C y Hardin and Fnnk Snelling nded Court at Mt Sterling Monday Mrs Ida Elliott of Owingsvillc was at her brother C M RatlUrs Saturday and Sunday Sam Ratliff of Carlisle made a visit at tile brother C Ms Sunday mild took Mrs Elliott homo with W HPIeratt is in Cincinnati thU week buying goods Airs Pitrntt is at Spencer visiting hot father Mr Dull Born March 1G to Mr and Mrs h Kinney n Jaughter Sylvia e on March 17 to Mr und Mrs Albert Wilson o daughter TOBACCO SALEgJ W Lane ant Will old to French at 12c with ut 1800 lbs nt 5o Jim Colliver Robertson at 10c S W Evans o Dudley at lOc Cranse City S and S R Ratliff attended Mt Sterling Court Monday Miss Etta Kissick has malarial fover The rest of the sick are better i A W Jones of Odeeoa was guest of relatives Friday and Saturday Dave Henilr of Bath county ited his aunt Mrs Solly Ann dle Saturday Agnes Snedegar of Wyom came Sunday for a visit to her ndmother Mrs Emily Bradley Burgess Kic ick son Os borne Reeves and daughter Miss ude visited relatives near Flem sburg Miss Ella Graham Newman came home Saturday after several days visit to her sister Mrs E H Card Iner at Hillsboro Bud Colliver sold a twoyearold horse to a Mr Phrout of near Moores Ferry for 115 Mr Cal liver bought one of same party for ter doughsvisited the formers mother Mrs rninnab Royse Saturday and nday Reynoldsvllle Mark Donaldaon was at Salt Lick ursday Willie McNnii spent Sunday withi chard Stoner on Naylofi Branch Miss Lucy McNub spent Saturt it wbdeiisnSam Doggett and wife visited Daniel PHluicrund wife near M PltfttStjtji Sunday C foreekwith Mrs Job Hunt Mls Q B Biyd ton vWillie nirt Riimt ey Corbin maprnt Siixiay with tdrfl Will Alutiley near BcikeithGmild Clnrk sold his Vmp 6f to baceo raised on Cleil HiittnnV farm to Wullor Sharp at 7c per pbutid SJohnLillie rind Luiy Miv flluldEzig- huw ira Kiiesta of iturkDonuldson an wjfo Sunday BIra Warien Roilgcra and Ben of White Oak and Mrs J acV Corbin ppeiit Tburadaywith Mra Bettie MrsJW McCiirty and daiijjHr r Mary Boyd were guests of Mrs bfromWill Kearns of East Union was in tItle section Monday buying to yLropit 7c per poundJRichard Cline died of cnnsump tjnn March 12 1905 at time home f n8 brother James Cline near here and was burled atthe Cartm ill graveyard Monday IIcte asasbcirneldest son of John and Martha Cline deceased Dick was a nit e soiwnysl a spndand wRo have the sympathy of their friends tbEhere Tuesday last on business cpii neoi d with his farm TwlngLong uncle C B Reid and wife Mrs CalHe s Spentwith JD Alexander and family s etarteds asinceMiss Annie L rhompeon at d Tbompsonhester to visit relattvesthJ F Barry of Lexington is here pIngtlinW H Jones and wife have mov d ed to the Hutsell farm on PeeliTO aknd himve gone to p inif He will crop on that farm this bunqco a npw the new spans being placed nd the bridge force going to a ew point Barboursville W Va to to put In the next job w l Alexander Mama m jiJorad days last week wI- ei itiw erin1aw J O Hall t 2erttnd W iieui all well arid do1 igch v Bc 4 lol n T Powers who was u wcefc dieavTliursda Yto P SJd7 I 55 = Eff ri CALIFORN 1- Do you want to live where the climate is mild the year rt where labor is neVer oppressed by stress of weather aif 2Do 5 varied than in any other equal area in the world where i ff vof great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a sm tyrwill assure you a competence f xPti Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor Jgrow profitable crops of grapes and small ftiiit oranges olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and gram where crops business is good and capital easily finds proifable investm Then go to California where both health and ojpportifj your comingQ h The Chicago Union Pacific and Nodh11Western if1 Tthrouh5 railway between Chicago and the Missouri River Cpndwy Colonist tI tickets are on sale daily March r to May 15 at the rate of 3300 from Chicago cbrre f spondingly low rates from all points give you f an unusual chance to make the trip fI These tickets are good on di1y and personally conducted excursions on which a double berth ia a Pullmcti tourist sleeping car from Chicago coats only 8700 Round tfiptwtct are always on sale from all points at reduced rat yiaTth j 7 Chicago a NorthWestern Union Pacific and I I Southern Pacific Railways j HLL IN THIS COUPON AND MAIli IT TODAY IlW4 night and was buried at the home burying grounds Friday afternoon He wits aged 79 years and leaves a wife and three children and an adopted son to mourn his taking off to all oT whom we extend our sympathy Miss Rosa KeffVr of o was here visiting her brother inluw Capt W TP frev arid wife for soaie time let Tuvsdiiy usto r Winchester where she met an r was married to J H Clark of Can nel City Ivy leaving on nextt rain that point where they will rei 8 de SYe extend tur beswlslici Stoobs Squire John Trimble has been on e sick list Tho mumps has invaded our com w unity aguin Mrs 8 M Warner of near Id erling uontinUts pniIywOur farmers iaye made great headway towards plowing sod ILls always easier to s iy gome thing than it i to Unit sohiethiug to say drTbomasNConnsB Yunnthiting here Ernest Chiistino will return to home at Leon Iou after yi Iim tugthStrawbeen quite conspicuous among thenoung Americans of these parts fuels bought Jack Claude and oe Foleys crops of tobacco at pri ce ii ranging from and 10 to 10 and 3o per lb antachingn ere Monday 25 scholars are in attendance iSBert Saunders ahd wife gave a ciutSaturday night and those ho wee so fortunate to attend eitt a delightful evening SThec t lohesaved the residence from desire n Janice L Gregory sold 100 bbIsin of corn to the Monarch MilllngCA o f Mt Sterling Ut tmtim per b orn Grubbs sold 150 bbls to satL I250Tiorewa1na of Miss Florence who died at her horse in t Storljna were interred In Springfield cemetery Monday A large crowd attended e interment Knob Lick our friand Salt Lick is so positive in her beJitf that politics has been voted out jsuppose it would be wise to give em a rest We have canvassed e returns and find that only five out of a total of twentyfive corres ondenta voted to still oar political ens Vc are willing to accept at number as a majority Salt Lick suggests that we qresthWas m his indeed an important question for ever since that beautiful day the Garden of Eden the woman uistion has been agitating the world We beg space today to telu the charge though we have never heard It disputed for it seems be an indelible fact that God ahadeshadeour ertieeiieargo woman Another charge to- fkto Irefute is that ul fcen fto anan ler mans nrwallIown thru1 the Hgesit has been vjfb mans det ire YeturI to tbpttes og1r uat1 5S W 4PTMCNWRYQiiciOI1tPIcMW mail ttta to any address Caller nlqbofiVtrti atfujaArpMtlculua eoaeernJae raus and tzaia er Jee 4 ts =Made after man e has been i him ever alncer jJ to what partiular type of bei eiy Mother Eveoqflged to w- ioby II pr never be det1htirhy knowi There no tabled record inrnrto It TradlT eads us to believe thntEve was a blonde and the miii pictures seCothertliuii notwo we ever suw looked alike seems to be that of t blonde It tipiimre that uhl theliai1 l iotlL crji were lilondes iirfiliey lid dr mwn the dimtnLtInn hatwiM ii dillerent type It is safe to jfa that if Eve could appiar HtnmgoUt Sleeping Beauties today she woulii tint take lirt prize uia beat ty The bruAettc type seeuis to Im u lattiTojiy production tlnmgh w b witha thounund iipuliigei ito ial cIIslyLaaeerttn thnVTo be beautiful 3 oman first Th PIereworld who would jjlve illltnitabi wealth to know what type mother Eve belonged topAfter all in much hAt hJsaid that If is t he caityoevt but a beauteous hettrjt and soul a mixture of womanliness gentle ness and kindness can nanko a wo ati more beautiful than any mix of cosmetics Jhes touch of e brush wll soon fade away biiethe emblem of purity will ver cease to ttne t poet ii th st w gisthe realms of poetic fantasy orhe c li ayth1keTis not the fairest form ai floldaSThe purest gentlest soul within noi the richest plan t The vweetest breath of f In ragmanE Probably the readers nre tiring of this panegyrical elsetomo of them seem nut lo e future an lacts that hjfve ng ago passed into the Pai theoi History can take care of thcni selves No bat tie of words cevpenetrate the mysteries sdungthe subject pnder din irtn The vaporinga of vftllnsical Individuals will never decide Aeth Mother Eve was a Brunette 1Jp Data Ki6 fs ryaChief that sold for flOOOp His colt took the premium at Ow in of hehiand 125 was refused last fall for one of his sucking coltsDD awsonArook 1 1 BLUE GRASS NurseriesSPRING 1905 Trees the Millionby fruit tariuunude small fruiUtgrape vin moba aspnriigyu rhubarb and ifi ytning orttnuniIy kept nt s jch an Jpantem fiilicatinnF HILLElEYER somlLexington Ky iI s h 4 t sSt THOS J JO t Llv erV Food Sale Stable t OW1 N OS LLE KY tiIle odqunrtenii for hors and ui dealers faiephonecoiinectlou t4 dtleeatoii taiIon 4 siopprnsiY i Or prsptIiIlata13tas tlttffWt OFA1L kINESeadaJId1reiatamied wwloM1NntleaItg ReferaafuniS 4drifS NorrijIOWlocated t1sMafln stand attbottowp Hill ph Sarp blKe antf w prepared bI acksmithLo wood and carriage and J aintln StsUd1l1buggs afx sosIe ont T m attoon ai L L teti frojt apoI lIbe j A Leading Featur of The courier 1 LZLTJournfr There willvrattractive deparfrwentI p 3aMail aily one year Daily and Sunday eaLeekIy i year COURlER3OURNAL d OU1SVlLLEKY t d c tiS 5j 1 t I t I-