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beliqe For eiile by BcotherBroth er 4 The Union and BlackHawk er corn drills are sold byBudBroth er Get the pries on Mens and Doss suits at the Racket Store be fore bu lngtBrother Co have u full stock 3 of harrow cultivators and double shovel plows 4 jiLLane18 agent for Wieder IRan bottled beer and Budwciscr t bottled and kegx All who have property to tell att L J pubIiauctioncalI on M D Faris e i 1Ie will give l 4 J Ynueapootke p from eetngU Broiher Brothers ad in sue They want your trade There wilt be a speclul lectureW psb fnrVhildren ap the onp 4 April Cut 4 Jm Tnka them Whto Feriilizer the bt ttry it APHBT Ijvi141Krol1 Tard k1 Our line rtf cnUk s eslntt o l j trlmjHlh is complete See themS ieeithViH I BtRoit ftt 9PS ti r- b J F lIl f Ir l 1ry Jvron r I t f hirkcejiioutkt i t1ftttlnalrM gnuthatr it iI tiC t ipr Q w Cpitir lie i HIIl wiIfltl4RdCr Nui1al1 niiIrvrII- wa JiJitl for the pitiutea l J fIi tlJ IJ t hY1i ynur irdtr rllr ieriiflzer I r IfUia IJktAIHli NntI ilCJ4 1 t uid 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liii triad tMted and trusted r l a5 t 9r Sanrseahi1 swell j dr i8qtryr plow naiUMitr Stoddard disc le1fi 2Trow Tkey wiltUd tlie work t t XL k A BTR- ow4qfa TOtLIvTrOboSnedT ifiN tt1ltft I h wppe Prickly Ash y eotIL4 following tohieeocropa f tJ WiJI Hiiker at k William 1 tI 4ai1Ai7e i rtShields and A Siflt t7 hark Uarpers at cL it eS tJofeargers at6ic Hf hfyIakIane bougiit i fI 1 II 1 Sruggi aad A tv auras baeeo at 7e JametQlark Jtio 4i S Ce o Mire1ehI1at7F Y 4S Ji rIJm Rcmesber tha t i6tkprepared to prlnjt 1 aoheads biHheadi s3 1v MITfopMciiri aes tif r ilyttHoD sad all Borts rl L M on tlia best WflJ r- t 4Mk I tIWf tyIs at their lt J priCIM compare or- Y 4 Tiet wjIb slattaraedout b5 anti l i o WM Jo4IHtIBd It jt iyor4sstobaouudoyot- It Ii t f ippvii poeer odger o p sierythiag usual y t Jle job jcilee i = 1i y ifo gf J r c3t ilftR6r f r 1 f J j j f J c4 1t frt f r c t r JM to it 4S J Gtift I 1 f1J r PERSONAL Jacob Warner is no better of IUd illness OtO A Peed went to Louisville Monday Dr BCornelison is sitting up from his illness Mrs Ann Gorrell is sitting up from her II1neslIIOllle Coons was in Mt Sterling Saturday and Sunday Ford Pnt torso n IICCI wife were ii Flemiiigsburg Monday N R Patterson was in Mt Staring Saturday unit Sunday OharlieBrother went toFrenchburg Monday to uttenil Circuit Court Gocbcl littlo son of Mr and Mrs Tom Allen hits been quite Pick furs veruldns A N Crooks and wife were cuests of relatives at Sharpsburg Saturday and Sunday Miss May KIncuid has returned from u visit to Miss Fnuulo Tlpton in Ml Sterling John Dutyof Mt Sterling was a 01 James M Itoss ana wlft- aturday and Sunday Judge Clyde Nelson and Town Marshall J Will Sharp of Sharps urg wern In town Tuesday Clark Patterson of Mt Sterling visited the family of his grandmoth Mrs Itulle Allen Sunday Jessie Hampton nnd wife spent from Saturday till Monday Ivoning with relatives iiithesterliMrs Dora Cook after u visit to er sister Mrs James A Barnes re- urned home to Louisa lust weekw Mrs W Ray Patterson went to Wluchester Saturday to vlit her parent Prof and Mrs E 0 Fur Royio Allan and wife of Millers burg were guests the past week ot the hitters motherMrs JBHughes Prank Perry returned Tuesday rom u to Hock Arkansas o see his uncles Tom and Gus Coop r fiBertroni St Louts where he was laid I ten days with a severe attack or grip Mrs E U Ooodpaster and MNs Daugherty BO to LoxiiiKton izlayDr W E Phlllips of Wyoming ent to Charleston W V Monday visit his daughter Mrs Joe D yera MrsAV S Reeves and little son f Mc SterIilX wire gdestsuf D S still and wife and Alfred Carter ziturdiy dndSOn4dV Mrs Jpseph McAHster of Mt terlingw Jrni atur1Ia Irem a teiiriJayB yli ltviifa- rtI I Julltr t1r lng MfasestLtVdemaJiiid Lillian Vnu iikeriiiid tj trlIngTmioii till Siinday HarlIlIonitMrs Allen Wilson 1f Iron ton O ho w iH visIting tur jirwuilfatho1 kyllltreltt1i1hBuforil OlIlIlo nil nIlIlR Altreyc MrFJcklln and Miss nxliin of Stoops visited James Williams und family Sunday T Scott Is uttendln 1ntdicu1Wednesday to pllnd some dnyH with is pureiitB nM GooUpasker ando ifeIDr RoyMcTntre nn1Dr Camp bell of CnrlisU were here Saturday and Sunday to see Dr W O Mfln tires baby daughter UetriettaFarIst who has been very iiPaowlihomo with lila daughter Mrs Annie t Coc Tuesday being much better of iii lllhusp John Rabbins who had boon etu ployed at Tom Allens saloon for some months left Jastweek for CunetRidge Bourbbn county nd brother fell heir to 75 acres laid yUle death of their grand motherwJames lJon wilt move lila family baccfroinFlemlngsburgthlB week StidAViU board with his brotherJohnthe session ofljlB own liouse and family are heartily weliomed- hack s to their old e Bascom SturseU and family will leave during the comlhg week for tlialr new home at nth ktn WIyti1rStI U has lived hero nearlymull o der n newelrYlndJtliOBelt a good business oltlzen litlltiilliii with the best in business reputation and oh rttbter JBis leasing IiAisesh distinctly felt lie und his IwIfe certal have the best wishes of h lumerablofrlends for their ptisperLtyIn their now home Lecture at Courthouse April 6 Peter Goodun IRea dew with quadrupletcaives VIDpnc forget the date of Os leI ft FrtanopIngFrhday Saturday March 31 and April 1 i Daniel Fratinan will have their opening and millinery display Fri andIThe simplest strongest and best dleobarrltwonthetunrket lithe iCariton For sale by Bud Brother Dont fail to try one CoLORED JTidDr King evangelist assisled by Tusiot B C Tplbert will hold services of tlieC MiEChurcn at the ConX bouse Wednesday night March 20 FORWARD SKASbNThO weath- watasflne r as ppll silk the psi it- weeknni1vgetiriInii rondo rapid progress Theblue grass is grow ingifinely and thobuds are out on maRY of the trees There great danger of a cold snap destroying tBeitruitii rjt h said that the peach klpofflr isgenerally winter killed t t f s f 1 k r lf cr jr rt i p Friday Opening Snturda March 31 April 1 You ale cordially invited Mite D S ESTILL 3Go enrlun night of April G and get a good seat at the A O U W lecture It is free Herman Hamilton of color was executed by electricity at the Columbus penitentiary last Friday morning fur the murder of Lee- i Culver at Portsmouth 0 COLORED MEETING Dr IL L King colored evangelist from Brooklyn who recently returned from u stayif three years in Palestine 1IS assisting Pastor iiI bert in n tcndnys wtctingftbc- CME Church DIDNT TARIIV LOJJO Consider able snipes and wild ducks came onto tho meadows and creeks the tore purl of last week but the fine weather invited them to continue their flight north so the local gunhers hud only a brief 6hRt TRACING Ur TOE MATTER We are informed that our subscribers at Youngs Springs have not re ceived their papers for three weeks Postmaster Barnes says ho knows thut the papers have left here rpIerly directed to their and ho will write to tho postmaster t Salt Lick to find out if they reached there all right and WertI on to Young Tire fault ill titus be traced to where it be t longs BCzncurrcult Clerk J J3larlt will go to Louisville next week to attend the 6Kenlllckson county Circuit Clerks utlicc ilthedistrict and is candidate forY Secretary of the meeting If Mark is elected we can attest the cfucnhllthethat will bo a credit to the orgars titiur DIED IN KANSAS Word was re ceived by relatives that Mrs 3ticnle Zimmerman wife of David S Zimmerman died at Osawatomie KancHP last week Particulars of her death were not obtainable De censed was ngrd uliout SOyeiirs and a adiiughter ot the l lfe WIU L as ontiker of lower ricklyAtih hi- eeatVet with her liiiBUandliibout J trti r ff ttfu IlIi lour more children Sfivaagoohu rn tindhuB lIr wilt mourn rIurDIED in ILLiNiitIMTP Cliae 9ildMomlny Alarch 27and was to1be ly broughtkfor burial nt the Atchison rnve3srd on Ipwer Slate Creek ut pclock i m Wednesday Do eiised maiden name was Adauis and t he made her home with JinicAtchison of lj ver late untila her marriage to MrTincherFeb 28 901 She was u swept Christian woman loved by all The bertaved nes have touch sympathy in theirr ue CoKtRIULTKD f LOUISVILLE TOUACCO MAKKET Saturday Evening MarcIl251JeI sqhaccunn evidence of its ability to absorb arge offerings of Burley without ny great recession in pricesthough is no question but what values theyuvebeenhealthier condition of the market oteditt the close of the week rheII tobacco earning hand has shown some improvement in condition nnd the sates have continued to tax the warehousemen and buyers to the fullest of their energies The color f the new Burley offered during he week was not satisfactory Common niixed trashes were pOSe a few bids when hvidencered trashes were irregularthe slimeJ being true of red tips and common leaf Somewhat higher prices were oted for medium red leaf and the to tine varieties were flrm All of the better varieties of colorg grades were in excellent requeetai t full prices There was no change n the market for old Burley and offerings were very light Some demand was noted for old crop manufacturing grades of air cured dark but no change in prices Fire cured luga were unchanged and lent was possibly shade easi Extra lengths were wanted utI good prices Receipts of new dark have been light due to causes generally known but a movement is expected before long Sales olnftobn co for the week amounted to 4295 hogsheads compared with 3278 for the cor responding week last year and 3 014 in 1003 All the Burley sold amounting to 3434 hogsheads was new crop save 29 There were 800 hogohead ol dark soldof which 256 werepiilarops Total sales fn this market since Jan 1amount to 45541 nf which SOHOS were Bur icy and 0148 dark The total sales compare wllh 84782 at this time Kst year rhO gain is about 11 000 hbgehflads Total sales of now crop todateumount to 42601 hogs headi of which 37302 sold at or ginal inspections Rejections for the wetkwero48l hogsheads of Barley and 164 of dark the tot al berii g641PIlr the week tire pe centoge of Burley rejections was 14 dark 21 and the total 15 Rb ceipts this week were 3458 a ndvfor theYe rtod8to 30613 against 28726 Uat yenrjCourierJ ournap q V V t 1 Olivor mellor the braS to bt bought in chilled plows hiss no equal For wile by Byron Bro FOR REPRESENTATIVE IfonWal ofhiarpsbiirguutraouiicoshimself for Representative from the Bath Rowan district Mr Slump buses prmnuiculanlyrotation to furnish thin candidate und lila candidacy in in the interest of tho tobacco growers He in former years was a promi nent member of the GeneralAssein bly as a Senator from thle dlBtrict and has heart an active workor in the Democratic party for juany years He fs well known is u lilt flier and tobacco dealer nn a large scale and was one of the directors of the Burley Tobacco Growers Association His ability as a po liticul orunizer is conceded by till Miss SALLI SHULTZS DEATH MUs Sallio Shultz died in Mt Ster ling Wednesday evening March 22 Funeral services were held tho following afternoon by Rev J B Meacham after which the body was brought thcOwingRvilleCrm ciery and interred about 4 oclock pm Rev J B Meachi m Wm Bottp John F King MM Euinia llanloy Miss Mary Uunlty und Mrs Deltas Garner rif Mt Sterl- Ing Mrs John R Carmichael of Louisville und Mrs Looney of Lexington were those from udis itnee at the burial Deceased wus tho daughter of erry Shultz and was a native of town though living the greeter part of her life at Shurpshnrg and Mt Sterling She was aged about 0 years She was the last survivor pf lar fathers family nearly nil the fun ly dying of consumption viJt hichi diseuee she was affected fur eats lint by the exercise of ier will power through her firm Iud consistent belief In live doctrine of he Christian Science society she iiyed the ravages of tho disease fr tiouirt year no doubt S hll- QLII m king her homo fir her stI ii J S Dallas Garner in Mt rerfitg fir several months J Iio had In devoted friends und was highly esteemed Her death ifl mourned by ninny friendsin Bath and Mont Jimery counties as well helsewt ere 1 j EXClt KtJN J t Itu rtljiy j ftriii ruw vii nsi nry Hopkins Out tU iltraip town driving by buijjjv On MIIIU tree ahout in riuuit of Uynins storu thebit clime out oniMif Hltv buggy iiaftV ting it drop do n IJe hbrfi llrlltpkimntlbegan running Mrs Hopkins s a line driver und coolly brayed hcrnelf 10 try to control the atiiinul everul persons down the struct an out to ftop the horse hut iic- eeded only in tanking it swerve nd run the harder There were a Ioodwanycountry people still in town with horses and vehicles nliifig the street und everybody up tqnu- in put expecting u fatal reeilt rom the runaway Allvehicls On Main street were passed arid the urn at the corner of Sudduth reet safely made when at the Water street crossing the horse turned up Water street turning the buggy over and throwing Af Hopkins out She was stunned toe an instant but Loon recovered and walked to a neighbors home She was somewhat bruised on tho hip nd shoulder hut not seriously hurt She and her husband drove to town Sunday The horse ran into Curran Crouchs vehicle Mrs Hopkins buggy was wrecked but M r Crouchs wasnt injured much t After it was alt over it was conceded by the spectators that if left alone Mrs Hopkins probably could ave controlled the horse finally any rate she displayed a wond ful nerveSavoyards Wisdom Louisville Iost1- WaehingtonMareh2OColEizy Mitchell and Cal Sam Thompson were very prominent citizens of Southern fifty years ago and brothersinlaw ColThdmpson was a powerf9lman physically and the man in the world ire bad had many fights but all of them had been forced on himthat was before the era of the ciwardy and covert hip pocket and its mar demur piltoln invariably came off victor His light with the bel wether In the Blue Ridge tin Virginia was ore of the most desperate encounters in the annals oinst fightingOn occaslonCol Mitchell and Col Thompson met at Lafayettea village in North Barren countyai d there had bsen a misunderstandjng between them They talked It over some time and it ended with thjs remark by Col Mitchell By Jolly Cousin Sam Thompson if thought I was man enough Id give your elli of the ddestwhippings one white wan ever gave another And that is exactly what liq FiftyninthCbngress will undetnjie to do to Theodore Roosevelt first opportunity If it thinks it Is rublThcreFifiythird Congress thought lalmuchof roverclevelun ae tIn Congress intends to Tlreodore RopseveIt it afo to dovPo Y u roust remember that a Republlcijn Congress is u njoreprpvidKnt crepv i 2I1 2 I I Bay Goods tr H9rn And with the quality and the prices we believe you will buy at homo W ave a Complete Line of Dry Goods CONSISTING OF DRESS GOODSSILES LAWNS WHITE GOODSGINGHAlJSCOTTONiDESLACE LADY3 CORSETS COUNTER PANES CARPETS RUGS MArTINGSf1t Ions Clothing That Will Fit Jonnnd ja ou aiiu iook nice uiiytni1 BOy l1g 3ypur to aoyeaf sizes Complete line of W L Douglas shoesat225 to 350 Mens work shoes DrewSelby ladies fine shoes aUiV kinds of shoes idr children John B Stetsonand Swann brand hats We Can Make You a Suit of Clothes- on 6days notice fit and style guaranteed Our stock is especially strong on OUeKftLLS JftCKeTS AND GLOves Weask the people of this county to think of us this spring and come in and see for yourselves Bra tller Srother WINGSVILEE KY ture than a Democratic Congress A Democratic Congress follows its t impulses a Republican Congress is guided by its judgment Following its Impulses taking counsel of its anger rather than its sagacity the Fiftythird Congress destroyed the Cleveland administration and dealt j a blow to the Democratic party that it is not likely to recover from for many years yet arid that hap already paralyzedit five national b campaigns A Republican Congress is not go ing to do that but it will give- sRoosevelt a licking if it can without serious injury to the party There are several things todio agree about and one is enough the tariff rho President believes that the tariff ought to he reformed on protective lines und that lift friends ought to do it This ques- tinn would ho asparamount nbw it WHS fifteen years ago if tieta were not so runny other irons in the Ore This people will not tamely submit to the practices of shine of our tariff barons and when they get the time for tire work those practices will be corrected By construction of the Treasury De purtroent tho taritfon wheat is BUS ponded in so faras it would operate injuriously to the foreign consumer of American floiirbut that tariff operatlS oppressively against the I American consumer of Aiucrican flour This is only one jncongru1 tyf hundred Now Congress iBaBinndpatter Mr Roosevelt win so find it Now England is goipg to bia noisy aO havea deal tosay about frelruw mntcrialp but us long us tongre a takes care of NewKngland fisheries her Representttilvep will do nothing b t Illt isjittle tho AVnys fl i d A 1 I I ltt fttt1 Oijt t and Means Committee cares for alkMassachusetts says she will sell in Dresden and iu Prague if Congress will only give her fne hides but Congress isa stand patter and very well knows that If the Massachusetts idea of free raw materials prevailsit wilt drive such young and vigorous Republicans as Ganes of VeslVirginiaand Crimp ollof Kansas into revolt tVest Virginia produces coul pig iron and wool Put these on tho free list und where would WestVirginia ome in What would protection be to her and what would she care for protection She would turn Democratic before you couldsay Jock Rohinponund the W3IIUllrl Means Committee knows it Takt the tariff uhf wllolculand pig iron and Ohio will be just as mud about it as West Virginia riumda HUla madder And en Massachu setts can just go ahead with her poutings ansi her grumblings The Ways mad Means Committee say stand pat Mr Roosevelt is a very combative wan and if he wants apcrap he can gaG it out of that Ways ntl Means Committee and tho Speaker If however the Ways and Means crowd tin hot think they are war enough to try conclusions with ItImllq enter upon a revisionof the tarilF and an abolition of its jincongruitiep you can depend on they revise it up and never a time down When this tarilFre bylIipublican party never reformed th tqniftdoivn but once That wile in 1S57 It bee tried its hand at it dl1 1oJ Gi EUGENE MINIHAIf 1lisPlace to get VULCAN PLOWS i ttjIfamllltRheel Mold Jioard all hurts are locked together no sttimln on the bolts tiCosts nothing tu try onu PLOW GEARIWGwIiavennkIUdliatJ thrI r PRilprLe HnndlI1l1de Brelcllhlg Cheek Lines arid Blind undies wilt oUIWIIIIthrCof the other kind Como arid see tlieiinmo r will save you llouiItJ y give you llomcmiule goods that are warranted cf EUGENE MINIM OwnsvilIIfffu RACKETSTORE 1 We Have Received a Large Line J jJQIt will surprise you to see what we can 4 gave you Cmeln and get our prices y cJICalico yd 5 4c Apron Gingham vd 5 4c Dress Ljien yd 20 iSo All Over Ltieed5c2 dozen Pearl Buttons fo Dresser and Tn bio Scarfs each25c Laco Door Panels 502Sof Ladles Vests 15 10 8 5c Lawns yd 12t 854c MaysvilleCarpcC Chain collb22c Lndics Fancy Turnovers 10 5e Ladies Back Combs 2ZF 15 TOo Corset Cpvera 25 ISo largelinodMens Suits 1Q 8 653 225 Boys Suits 5V3 2 9C pj 21C Best Best 5c 1Ii5Ol7JhiIdrena 121oc8Muttin tAMeuskunderwelrr 5 I t J CiSIl PAiD FOR EGGS f 4i I V E irg HmEF fJt c T 1 T RI av1l CASH STORECambrics Hope Muslin 8 Pepperell Sheeting Lonsdaie loc Calico4 8t1QCj gocVRibbons CASRFQa EGGS IWMk BETHEL ka2 5SDealer in rni1iue Also Undei taker Funeral iud EmLainrer promptly obeyed or J seven und tiinea since and every tiine it relrn1 it tip5 The Dingley rates ure gretmer than the McKinley J ho lIcK rates were greater than the cominis alon The copumeinn rates were t than the rhoDTeit rate9 were than theM rr111 and BO on nnJfoon Here IB thevhance for n scrap and there would be n scrap over the tariff if there were not some other things to scrnp about One of them is this debt collect ing policy Sonic lie tlieFiItvnintli litJiinyreRi tire milking in6uthu andlifabout thiUlniid that it iimy turn nut to he must un npulur all it illiilfelytl The Senate hiid done the udmiiiisiratiou mi ill turn when tlia arbitration meaty WUH hefllrtttlid that w hiuinl to roBult in i linn It ar tin jStiuite Ihlt IdlnHgattiiu Clfvelaniind Itisl1 very ugly vtutouier in a fictional fight Lincoln found it 60 and fn did So did and heonIp contended ngiifhBt Conk lings friend got along ex cellently with the Sen tehut it wnt impoesiblo tnqulrrelwjthhim Some of them did rebel ngainet the Philippine nnnexntion but lIved liis hucon there Bryan wn8 never mOre in his life than when this flfect ot the treaty with Spain ni him He believed that the were intent on hut ono thing und that to make Inns President of the United States The truth ie there never was one moment of time thni they lied the slightest Idea in the world of doing tliat Bryan nr tierl this way uwa must hove peace so tllltt1 attn get out of the HtmyThf tretywihi give qa peace TwiI Ti t sS t 1 t r i Jt4S H 1 Children Snit from 2 When In need oil It iror jfJ twe It all kind J t Alpn8 Linen Hhts ltjiI c 11IS 2r i Screen Wire ytL lOc shelf Brack to nr 1O Menn Cotton trrmlepr c arT o 1 Cl5 2- 0aCuuier6jf t 25- GrimuitePTi3rpW 4 i Collars d 8 iO2c i Summer Vests 5 Hose 59 ii 14 2oc i v SCY f L Birector t ty1 Calls day night separate dUtlnPt greater Dewe greater mumbling hoping thewt Grant Garfield MrKinley Bryan astonish downed people iP have the treatyratt3il4 lt esakeff Jf t tiePhillppijie9riT President Now thiit is WHa6 Bryanthoughittsboucjt the tay e ery of time thing 18 that he wnii nbl to supply the requisite npds to the McKinleyadwiniitrtiion tItle aUoiintptrrttion is iwoSyears old there iZhiibIetnbeadeai ii of polities in thisow The FfIytjninth QongrVfsB is ioin jo speii4 more time picking winnern in tbw l national convniton Of ll 0f than tIinpractuing lti inIlI l fijp and f Mr jTierlteX1et5t engraft CIl b1Icpollci samnnf hja Iqry hiiuenl he would hitler rafcJi6Ahlf i stick down nnd nil itVffir he irilShave to iiise it nn congress toire J Ithlil time ntsvycaf AToyruD BAttY DIE The mnny frieniis 5 of Mr und Mrs Ben R Pifrsiill P f White Sulphur Springgsyinpatnize y deeply with them in file death at theIr bbr dlughttr Sithlio qthrifle aged amp uunnth who d e 1ttCiliMarch 26 And wn buriel the fol lowing day at the Piersnll burial ground S We never know how good we nro tto he until the rlHappiness lUhe jjreitpst of ton niCttthe best of cnsmetjcb und thQc q f i envy of drspeJtlclIz 1j tJ The Outlook and dai1Y i Louisville Post one year for 385 d 1 The O tloo2 andWeeky1 qr CourierJournal one vtai Soo- I w m J J t 2 gW 1 f v 4 t Z vX b f M i j5 OWINBSVftLEOUTLOOK- o 1w OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers OWINGSVILLELKENTUCKY j a SEVEN QUESTIONS OF LIFEu 1 LAn Infant wnlltnt In his fright At landing In this world of fret hWlthWe cry All see tho lovely petshAnd How much money will gILVheii into Joyous youth hes grownbWo witch and welch friend We ns k It wild oats he has sown And peak of ways that ho should mend And often trust and distrust blend b I In How much money docs ho spend 1cb UtbWhen to the lIe seems to have become awake- And ithlnka rof getting home and wife I What fqrm then does our qurntlon take OUr thou8l1t thus Into speech will breakliS Well how much money docs he I f 1 Ivmf In middle life he has becomemBedate1 ilaAt times we Almost feel afraid L But into his afloirs we wadeoWith How much money t h V I Next as a pillar of the state hI4 ji vJSrbat Walt for him along the way i Thevwar cry ot the bitter tray it Is How much money will he lny1 I r VI And later on when days go by 1j Like water dropping through a sieve 4 t ttProclaim5W O then were most InquisitivehWith How much 4 VIILLast stage of all We tPluk of him and gently grleceS And In Impassioned eulogy t IIAndFrom now much money did he leaver o W D N In Chicago Dally Tribune 1 ==4 J I DM and Ih4 By IRVING BACHELLERa Author ct Eben Holden Darrel of the Blessed Isles Etc 4 F tOopjrlcnt Hot by Lothrop Publishing Company of tr tJ r off a CHAPTER X COXTINUKD i i Ho was agrcat whip that man David Parish who had built a big mansion t tt11 at Ogdensburg and owned so much ofu i tho north country those days He was Iagentleman when tho founders of thed proud families of today were dlckerfc 1tlt ing in small merchandise Indeed onesJ e s nIghtlool In vain for suv1ian estathT 1Ishmentu his north or i lt g This side the Atlantic there was no of f cVh Btoble qf horses to be compared with it that be had splendid English thor oughbreds the blood of which is now L IncVery great family of American I Jjorsesi And my faith he did love to I Pit then over tho road He went tear Ing up lull nod down at a swift gal lopandthe roads were none too smooth jirthat early day Before kay ing lame he had sent relays ahead to await felacoaing every 15 miles of the iisijiJif eitiealwaysttldtlllllf he had tt too This t1te he had posted tteiatcl fif4j the harbor The teams WqQloklysshlftedThefl wewere arr t aqitjn with z crack of the whip and a toot ef thelonzhDxLB Jie1cti iltb m lib t w hcrfootI ng was I fair the hihtntttIed hOrses had their iit land little need of urging Vfc haUe4at an inn for a alp or something anda bite to eat 1 Prl8hJ said the general rising on atIifesed legs I like your company VF aaCIilkdliour wino but your driving Ja a puni5hmcnt j Drlwa vorn put with lack of sleep I adrest but he had hung doggedly tos I Iascddle How do you lee1 I asked him as Wedrewupon each side of the coach Split t theta lar said he sober I lyjas he rwsted an elbow on his porn lid 2SWe got to headquarters at five and b turned ovcr the prisoners We hadw e never a warmer welcome than that of ihiB Colonels j congratulate you both he said cs he brotight the rumbottle after had st- aadeiflurj PortYo ve got more fightJ81 i you than a Yolv rene Down with your rum and oft to your beds t llCyou t CHAPTER XIsIt was ladeed tougher business than we had yet lsnownra dash into the emtfs country where my poor head a a was In extelUnt demand Pri and I t were to croW the lake with a band of i kraWe ailroop of 40 under my com N 3 l And WtfireTe to rescue some pus l- ioacrs4 in aloekup on the other side They were to be shot in the morning and our wteslon therefore admitted of l io deity Our horses had been put aboard R krig at midnight and soon 4A I i 1ter the n oon mess we dropped down tiB lakctlng Into a deep wooded t rl j cove aovW the Grenadier Island s i There Ferty waiting for nightfall Atj big wind wu howling over the woods 41 i Ht saBBet aad the dark came on its J whs an Iwwr ahead of time The M ialat wgftWack and the lake noisy keiwe iBBt under way bound for a 5atbsat f fry Our skipper it turned ent had lktle knowledge of those wa i oters Headshortened salli and said i e was aotafrald of theweather The k WIisdoutetk southeastcarneharda t i er M iCdrpve JI8 on forowokne1t trUte wbele kit and boodle of ua were I 7 in a devil W a shakcup there in the c i bread water Pri and I were down 1 l aMong tk horses and near being 1 l f3 trawpled WBder In the roll Wetried to 4it ab Htt then but the great gusts t J 1 ef wind aHdeua lower sail and drop t aBGJW11 a hurry Soon the horses r t werealts a tumble and one on top 1trt of the ethr We had to jump from I 4 baek toIriick to save ourselves It was aV uslnese can tell you to f44tothe stairway Dri was stripped fA ef ajxwtrfjwr and I was cut in the chin r by froBtvhoof going ten feet or so r tO the ujpe deck To the man who waneverIitt in the chin by a horses 1 riHtrlet wf say there tano such i redy foiaproud spirit Bultetsare l iiieh eartfrto put up with and keep 11 ii civil tlnonell head That iio t I8wetd fl 8 a kInd of homes hell jY we had ta it them alone They gotI fcsjraeldlf tif Me anothers n sand 1 e cutiftaiB ear to fetloclttbos e that lIveJr some of them I could iee irereisJag trampled to death t o Wi iJlImever knew for suddenly n a f re h the storm t o l a I knew we bad drifted to the H9t j ran as the sea begat f 1 tp erIwas every man for y WJMflf T up and down i I i tVwa l ieTI Bjmer and at ovary J TtiewJifr iIdYiere cracking and cay Ylti SS etke lel over fUddelilyand wa iBptIe of horse and tnanAblg dr i f fl RtlPg me far UjefiI und r iI4iiss My flaerscaugkt In a wet Jf tI1 k rr i Jt v tv l c t I h 37 ciswtfJi JntJ r t J 2lmane I clung desperately between ciowdlng flanks Then a big wave went ver us I hung on coming up astride my capture He swam vigorously his nose high blowing like a trumpet I thought we were in for a time of It and had very little hope for any land ing save in kingdom come Every mln le I was head under in the wash and the roaring filled me with that mighty terror of the windfall But on my word there Is no captain like a good orse in bad water Suddenly I felt hit the bottom and go forward on is knees Then he reared up and be nu to jump in the sand A big wave ashed him down again He fell on ib side In a shallow but rose and ran wearily over a soft beach In the black ness around me I could see nothing A ranch whipped me In the face and I ducked I was not quick enough it was like fencing in the dark A big hit me raking the withers of my horse and I rolled off headlong in a lot of bushes The horse went on out f hearing but I was glad enough toe still for I had begun to know of my bruises In a few minutes I took oft y boots and emptied them and wrung y blouse and lay back cursing my l luck But that year of 1813 had the kick f ill fortune in It for every mother son of us there in the north country have ever noticed that war goes in waves of success or failure If we had ad Brown or Scott to lead us that year instead of Wilkinson I believe had had a better history Here was in the enemys country God knew where or how or when I should come out of it I thought of Drl and how it had gone with him in that hell of wa I knew It would be hard to drown im We were so near shore if head missed the rocks I felt sure he would come out safely I thought of- onison antI Louise and wondered if er I should see them again Their faces shone upon me there In the winjy- arkness and one as brightly as the ther Afterwhlles I drew my wet blouse over me and went to sleep shlv cring A familiar sound woke methat of the reveille The sun was shining the ky clear the wind had gone down crew sat calling in the tree above my ead I lay in a strip of timber thin nd narrow on the lake shore Through the bushes I could see the masts of the brig slanting out of water some rods away Beyond the timber was a field corn climbing a sidehill that sloped to a level grassy plain Beyond the hilltop reveille was still sounding A military camp was near me and although I made no move my mind wasp and busy as a cat at a mousehole looking down at my uniform not In eed the most healthful sort of dress that country All at once I caught ght of a scarecrow in the corn 1Iat the odd grotesquery of the- ingan old frock coat and trousers olivegrcen faded and torn and fatI TilE STAKE IN FRONT OF ME TO STEADY MYSELF AND STpOD STIFF AS ANY SCARECROW IN CANADA with straw A stake driven through its collar into tbe earth and crowned with an ancient tall hat of beaver gave it a- ackbone An idea came to me 1 ould rob the scarecrow and hide my uniform I ran out and hauled lt over and pulled the stuffing out of it The coat and trousers were made for a man I drew on the latter fat my figure with straw to fit hem That done I quickly donned he coat Each sleeveend fell to my- ugertips and its girth would have ircled a flour barrel and buttoned with room to spare But with my stuffing of- traw it came around me as snug at the belt as the coat of a bear I took alarm as I closed the buttons For half mlnutq I had heard a drumtap com Ins nearer It was the measured tap tap taptaptap so familiar to meow I could hear the tread of feet com with it back of the hill How soon they wpttdheavo in sight I was unable to re k but I dared not run fo- reoverilof thrust my scabbard deep n the SQft earth pulled down the big heaver lat over my face muffled my neck with Mraw stuck the stake in front of me to steady myself and stood tiff as any scarecrow In Canada Be ore I was done a column scarlet coated came out In the level beyond the hillside Through a hole in the beaver I could see them clearly They came on rank after rank They de played forming an open square scar letsided on the green turf the gap to ward eThcncame three walking stiffly in black coats a squad leading them The thing I had taken for a white visor was ablindfold Their heads were bare 1 could see now they were in shackles their arms behind them They were coming to their death eome of my unlucky comrades God pity them A spy might as well make his peace with heaven jt he were caught those days and be done with hope Suspicion was enough to convict yearAsearth I felt as if I were going down to my grave The soldiers led them Into the gap standing them close together backs to me The squad drew off The prisoners stood erect their faces turn lookingintothem waver as they stood waiting The sharpshooters advanced halting as they raised their rUles To my horror I saW the prisoners were directly between me and them Great God was I also of that little company about to die But I dared not move a step I stood stllli watching trembling An officer in a shining helmet was speak jag to the riflemen His helmet seemed to jump and quiver as he moved away- Thosedoorned figures began to reel and sway as they waited The shiny bar rela lifted a little their muzzles point Iingat them and at me The corn seemed to duck and tremble as It waited the volley A gr at black ball Bhotacrossvthe sky in a log curve and began to fall Then cam bwordaflash otflrea cloud of IlJilJakea oar of that made me jump itivnr tracks I heard bullets cuffing the corn lfelt the dirtfly upand scatter over V q fe lfIy J f U j 1 1 me but was unhurt a rigid motlonlen man of straw I saw my countrymen Jbodiesdlers stood a moment then a squad went after the dead with litters Form ing in fours they marched away as they had come their steps measured by that regular rap rap rapraprapl of the drum The last rank went out of sight I moved a little and pulled the stake and quickly stuck it again for there were voices near I stood waiting as stiff as a poker Some men were running along the beach twotothers were coming through the corn They passed within a few feet of man each side I heard them talking with much animation They spoke of the wreck When they were all by ms I faced about watching them They Went away in the timber down to a rocky point where I knew the wreck was visible They were no sooner out of sight than I pulled the stake and saber and shoved the latter under my big coat Then I lifted the beaver and looked about me There was not a soul in fieldIway for I was in the path of people who would be coming to see the wreck- I got near the edge of the distant wood and hearing a noise haltedI and stuck my stake and drew my hands back in tho sleeves nail stood like a scarecrow peering through my hat Near me in the woods I could hear the cracking ofj sticks and a low voice Shortly two Irishmen stuck their heads out of a bush My heart gave a leap in me for I saw they were members of myI troop Hello there I called in a loud voice It startled them They turned their heads to tee where the voice came from and stood motionless jpulleI my stake and made for them on the run I should have known better for the sight of me would have trict1 the legs of the best trooper that eel sat In a saddle As they told me after ward it was enough to make a lion yelpHoly Mother said one as they broke through the bush running for their lives I knew not their names but I called them as loudly as I dared They went on never slacking pace It was a bad go for I was burning for news of Dri and the resl of them Now I could hear some heavy animal bounding in the brush as if their run fling had startled him I went back to the corn for another stand Suddenly a horse came up near me cropping the brush I saw ho was one off the boat for he had bridle and saddle a rein hanging in two strings and was badly cut My friend the sight of a horse did warm me to the toes He got a taste of the tender corn presently and came toward me as he ate In a moment I jumped to the saddle and he went away leaping like a wild deer He could not have been more frightened If I had dropped on him out of the sky I never saw such energy in flesh and blood before He took a mighty fright as my hand went to his withers but the other had a grip on the pommel and I made the stirrups I leaned for the strings of the reign but his neck was long and I could not reach them Before I knew It we were tearing over a bill at a merry pace I can tell you I was never so put to It for the right thing to do but I clung on The big hat shook downS upon my collar In all my life I hail VBYWSU1 Wa nUtV ETj5wnrtISugliLrlnT break in it I could see a farmhouse In a jiffy the horse had cleared a fence and was running with the feat of terror In a dusty road I grew angry at myself aawe tore alongI knew not why It was a rage of dis comfort I fancy for somehow I never felt eo bounded and cluttered so up In the air and out of place in my body The saber was working loose and hammering my knee the big hat was rubbing my nose the straw chafing my chin I had something under my arm that would sway and whack the side of the horse every leap he made I bore upon it hard as if it were the jewel of my soul I wondered why and what it might be In a moment the big hole of my hat came Into con junction with my right eye On my word it was the stake Ht w it camo there I have never known but for some reason I held to it I looked neither to right nor left but sat erect one hand on the hilt of my saber tho other In the mane of the horse know Ing full well I was the most hideous looking creature in the world If I bad come to the gate of heaven I believe St Peter would have dropped his keys The straw worked up and a great wad of it hung under my chin like a bushy beard I would have giv en anything for a sight of myself and laughed to think of it although fac- Ing a deadly peril as I knew But I was young and had no fear in mo those days Would that a man could have his youth on his deathbed It was a leap in the dark but I WM ready to take my chances Evidently I was nearlng a village Groups of men were in the shady thoroughfare children thronged the dooryards There was every sign of a cllughtimymy hands into the long sleeves and waved them wildly whooping like an Indian They ran back to the fences with a start of fear As I passed them they cheered loudly waving their hat and roaring with laughter An old horse standing before an inn broke his halter and crashed over a fence A scared dog ran for his life in front of me yelping as he leaped over a stone wall Geese and turkeys flew In peoplehadlage youth ana masquerade WeS flashed into the open country awayOnsoil between fields and oft in the shade of a thick forest My horse begun to tire I tried to calm him by gentle words but I could give him no confidence in me He kept on laboring hard and breathing heavily as if I were a tons weight We came to another clearing and fields of corn A little out of the woods and near the road was a log house whitewashed from earth to eaves By the gate my horse went down I tumbled heavily In the road and turning caught him by the bits The big hat had shot off my head the straw had fallen away A woman came running out of the open door She had bare feet a plump and cheery face Tonnerrelsald she Quest ce que celaMy countrywoman said I in French feeling In my undertrousers for a bit of silver and tossing it to her I am hungrySAnd l have no food to sell said she tossing it back You should know EnglandComeno price but the eating You Lave a Take him to the stably and I will make you a sneakSTo Be Continued i 1IiZ7GILoT j G f id 7 IctX ABRAHAMS1 AWAKENIN- Gs SERMON STORY by the i Highway and Byway Preacher A Villon Between the Uric el Qcds Inspired Word Ctpjrlght bj J sEdlOB tterlpture Authority Thus nalth the Lord God of Israel Your fathers he other side of the flood In old lime eenCITerah the father of Abraham and father of Nahor and they served other cods Joshua 242 0 v fundamenN tal principle of adi icj i vanccmcnt Intel Itellectually moral 1lyand spiritually qII is loyalty and obc II fi thence to higher ideals and the iclearer vision If tiihe flickering lightI just ahead Is notr followed and cherI ished and permit ted to Illuminate Ihe life and kindle- new Ideals and aspirations it soon fadcsand the darkness of the old conditions prevails Man re ceives more light only as be is obedient and faithful to the light which he al ready has To every soul undoubtedly there comes sometime a gleam of light a visionbe It ever so faint and vague of something higher and better To cherish such light such vision to be obedient to It to struggle towards It means increasing light and a bctterself This Is specially true In respect to spiritual things God longs to reveal Himself to the ftcart of man This has always been so from the days of Adam when God walked with him in the garden and communed with him until the present day of full revelation through His dear Son But it has only been as man has yielded to the first faint glimmerings and turned resolutely towards the dawning light that he has seen the day break and has walked in a larger liberty and fuller knowledge of God and received blessing His hands It was so with Abel as the thought of God unfolded In his life and heart and found expression at last in the more excellent sacrifice and perfect accept ance with God It was so with Enoch who early saw the limit and entered on aIpilgrimage with God which finally ended in Heaven It was so with Noah who heard God speak and was obedient unto tils command and reaped the reward of deltveraMe from the flood And It was eminently so of Abraham who In the midstof an idolatrous people with a father and grandfather corrupted by the heathenish Chaldean worship of the hosts of heaven caught a glimpse of God and turned resolutely from the false to worship the true and living God And dear reader it may be so with you if you too will be obedient to the Heat enly vision which God will give you and will seek earnestly to know Him whom to know aright is life eternal The Scripture record of Abrahams life begins really at his seventyfifth year when God called him to sever fam fly ties and separate himself from the idolatrous people in whose midst he had been dwelling From this point on his career Is closely followed but ot the knqwthathelAheeg that he lived there usUlehu the death of his brother Haran that ti and his brother Nahor were married there and that from that place Terah removed with Abraham and Sarah his wife and Lot to Haran where 15 or 20 years later Terah died We also know that Terah was a worshiper of other gods and probably his father before him being corrupted by the idolatrous practices of the people with whom they dwelt Of the first 75 years of Abrahams Ui then we have practically no knoWl- edge but there can be no dou t that the influences which p e vailed over his life were anjf thing but helpful The atmosphere of his home was tinctured with heathen ism for his fatherserved other gods anU in Ur of the Chaldees where he prob ably spent the first 50 or 60 years of his tijeknowledgltBut it Is only reasonable to suppose that in spite of Abrahams idolatrous environment he maintained condition of mind and heart and life which made it possible for God to reveal Himself to hIm and at last call him out to live the sep arated life of faith and obedience to Him Sometime during the period oI esldence at Ur there had come the clearer revelation of God and the inner convictions which led to a positive stanj I against idolatry and its corrupting ten denciesSIt may be nay it Is probable that the religious convictions of the young man Abraham for because of his long and vigorous life he may be considered young at even 50 or 60 years of age would arouse opposition and persecu tlon and this suggests reasonable cx placation of the removal of Terah and part of his family from Ur of the Chal dees to Haran As we have said Scripture tells of Abrahams call but what of his awaken enlngt What of the circumstances and influences which led up to the call May we not reverently and earnestly search between the lines and read more of the life of this great patriarch than Scrip ture records Day has broken over the city of Ur of the Chaldees and people singly and in groups are beginning to move through the streets Some are hurrying to the shops which since the suns first waking call haye been open for trade Others are bending their steps towards the citybereat t may pay their obligations to Mullta the great goddess of fertility and birth Among the number of these worshipers is observed a young man of noble face and splendid physique His rich robes and dignified bearing indicate that he be longs to a family of some wealth and pen hlswayrehaveThe earnest frank expression in the eyes which look straight out before him brolidthighbrowand breadth of view and the strong Ifirm lines about the mouth and chin Out of tho HeartIMen are as their hearts are The ruling power is not external but Internal From the heart outward is tb rule of growth The things that rule us are not abstractly the things which are above and beyond Those become our incentive only when they tame Into our heart and have received Its recognition and approval God operi ates upon the character by way of the heart My son give Me thine heart ltisthe first step In spiritual growth Out of it are the issues of life It is J li which the heavy beard and mustache fail to entirely hide indicate a strength ani depth of character much above the average But there something In the face and bearing of the man as lie strides forward which is suggestive of special conviction and determination The earnest set cxprcsson of the face speaks of an inner conflict and final and positive decision and the firm un altering footsteps indicate an eagerness to meet and perform a duty hard and unpleasant though it may be As he enters the temple he is met by in priestly robes who has evidently been expecting his coming and they two pass to an inner apartment together Well Abraham see by thy face that sayIup harsh tones for at a glance he had read the others answer and knew that It was contrary to that for which he had some few minutes thtt young man stood In silence but as the priest studied his face with searching glance he failed o detect the slightest tremor of Indecision or fear On the other hand he became conscious of a certain power and strength In his calm reserve and knew he waited to speak not because of uncertainty of conviction or dread ot displeasure but rather because of the depth of his convictions and strength- of his purpose Under the tutelage of the priests Abraham had been trained in all the learning of the cast and while his fathei Turah hail never so declared it was with the secret longing that he would enter the priesthood for which he seemed so eminently fitted and the priests of the temple had entertained the same hope But the years had come and gone and no inclination towards the priesthood was manifested On the contrary a certain reserve towards the religion of the Chaldeans which had been noticeable as a youth had grown with the years and while he had given no outward sign by word or deed that he held vlewj contrary to the common be lief still it was apparent that there were deeper currents to his life and thoughts than that reached by the Chaldean faithThe day before the priest had bad long interview with Abraham and had urged him to enter the priesthood and the young man had promised to give Tils answer in the morning and after a long night of struggle he had come to make hit decision kn wnHe knew that to choose the priesthood meant power and Influence and luxurious ease It meant Increased favor with the king Urukh who had devoted his energies and treas ure to the building of the great temple and it would assure the permanency and position of his family But in spite of the influences of lila surroundings and training he could not remember the time when he had not thought of a one God instead of the many and If one God then the serving of many false gods could not be right Faithful to this Jim uncertain light and unwilling UVyleU until his doubts as to the Chaldean faith had been satisfied he hall thus lived maintaining a high standard of virtue In his own life and seeking to encourage such Ih others Such was the state of his mind and heart when the priest had spoken to him and great was the temp tatlon to end the struggle of years and enter the pathway of ease and power But the Inherent sincerity of his nature and hisdeeprooted Desire to know and obey the truth kept steadfastly towards the Jnt glimmer of iightSafter the long vigils of the night he had decided the question once and for all and with the decision had come a peace of mind and strength of will and purpose which he had not known before and which he could not himself understand or explain All he knew was that he had settled finally and positively that he would not enterS the Chaldean priesthood and would still search for and seek to know Andere robed priest that morning an Inner thrill and glow made him feel that the answer he was to give was the right one Thou wouldst not have me serve in a place where my heart could not enter and where my convictions would not yield earnest and honest endeavor the young man said In firm clearvoice andS with measured accent as though Ing each word before It left his mouth I must be true to the highest hopes and desires of my heart I cannot tell you why but I cannot help the conviction that the gods we worship are but the creation ot mans own thought and that beyond and over all there Is a one God with whom we have to do As Abraham spoke he looked steadily and earnestly into the face of the priest and noting the deepening frown and the stern lines of displeasure he knew that bitter opposition and trial and per secution awaited him Knowest thou what thy words and fiercelyaSkedthink you the king will say when he hears that you have set yourself up against his temple and his gods Then In a pleading persuasive toneS for he admired the splendid young man and coveted him as a companion and associate in the temple service ho said Come Abraham reconsider thy de clsion I will give thee until tomorrows- sun to answer before word shall be taken the king and his displeasure descend- upon thee And without giving the young man the opportunity to reply the priest Indicated that the Interview was at an end and Abraham passed out of the temple The next days sun found the priest waiting expectantly but he was doomed to disappointment for Abraham came not and investigation showed that he had the day before left the city fleeing he knew not whither and knowing naught save that he longed to find the true God and to serve Him And think you that God left him to wander alone Think you that He left him In the darkness and Ignorance of hisS own heart I tell you nay for the Idences of God were round about men in that early day asthey are today and to the heart longing and seeking to know the truth light most surely came then as it does today and Abrahams awak ening to a consciousness of God and his decision which made him a wanderer could have but one sequel a sequel which God was the center and the ceedlnggreat reward a medium through which God raagni flee His grace in the lives of others No man will be Freater than his cone vlctlons No mans convictions will greatly Influence him which have not the approval of his heart or conscience The Intellect will have its in fluence on the life but the heart will eyer be found the truer counselor United Presbyterian The best evidences of religion are not In argument but in lives MJ V w L 7 ttr c SS t 5S SI V- What is Castor ia 4fCI nor r j other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubleljcures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The childrens Panacea The f Mothers Priend1SThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for overtj30 years has borne the signature of Chas H Fletcher and has been made underShis personal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and II Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment 5SSSSSS AMgctnb1cPrcparaiionforAssimilating hag iheSloninebs aiilBowcis of Promotes DigestionChce ness andRestConlains neither OpiumMorphine nor fineral oTNARCOTIC JaarIJ1cwiwy7rg7z7zIbpr JlJIS4ilaJrminI IkOztaeafrE J forConsl1palion WormsConvulstonsFeverishness FacSimlo signature or NEW YORK t b on tl s old Dosi s t M s EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER SSPABTICUliABS Harry Mitchell an actor of New York has celebrated his sixtyeighth anniver sary on the stage He is dean of the profession Helen Gould has sent a complete din ner set qf solid silver with goldlined cups to her namesake little Helen Gould Bell daughter of Gen Sherman Bell of Denier jtahjuJardlsojv ro troRstert CoauJ vllle 1J has resigned several times but as no one can be found to take the office the post office department refuses to let him go Mrs Isabella Beecher Hooker the only surviving child of Dr Lyman Beecher a sister ot Henry Ward Beech er and Mrs Harriett Beecher Stqwe celebrated her eightythird birthday re cently Hartford Conn SOME SIMPLE REMEDIES Butter Is good for both a bruise and burnIn always dry the hair In the sunlight and open air In massaging ordinary salad or olive Oil may be used in place of cream All medicines containing acid should be taken through a glass tube and tho teeth immediately brushed For ringworm or light cases ofec lema apply with a feather glycerine 100 gramms and resorcln ten gramms A good astringent to close enlarged pores is boric acid made by dissofv Ing a teaspoonful vs ttc powder in a pint of bet water MISS BULL HECCVERS EEABFUL DECLINE OF STRENGTH COMPLETELY ARRESTED KccllcalSUUBad Almost Exhausted Itself In Vain Attempts to Kollevo Ilor A Keiuarknblo Beiult The recovery of Miss Gertrude It Bull is of great interest to tile medical world A very bad cough followed a severe attack of pneumonia It seemed impossible to break it up or to restore her strength which had been sadly under mined In spite of the best efforts of tho doctors aud the use of several adver Used modes of treatment her condition daily grew snore serious She finally discontinued all medicine and gave her self up to despair U What was your condition at this lIme 1 she was asked My stomach was so weak I could not keep food down I suffered from constant nausea My kidneys were in ter rible condition Myfeetandaukleswero iwollen so badly that it pained me even to stand on them I was very bilious My heart was in bad shape so I could aot go up and down stairs or stand any exertion or slepp in a natural position It seems a wonder that you should ver have recovered How did it happen 1 You may well call it a marvel but Dr Williams Pink Pus wrought itNone of my friends thought I could livo many months longer My parents had no hope Just then a pamphlet adver Using Dr Williams Pink Pills for Palo People was thrown in our door It was great event for mo These piUs saved me from tho grave Within a week from the time I began to take them I felt bet ter and in three months I was entirely welL I cannot praise Dr Williams Pink Pills too highly and 1 dearly hope that my experience may bring good to wmeother safferere Miss Bull who was remarkably cured resides at Union Grove Illinois Dr Williams Pink Pills aqt immediately on the blood purifying and enriching it In all debilitating diseases such as tang troubles grip fevers and in all cases in which the system is thoroughly run down these piUs perform wonders They are sold by all druggists through ont the world A valuable booklet on ilseases of the blood wiU be sent free any one who applies for it to Dr Wil YIEGGS BLOOD PURIFIER CURES catarrh of the atom ll Is L 1 a r I f 0 Letters from Prominent PhysiciansSaddressed to Chas H Fletcher fGchildrenDr GustAve A Eliengraeber of St Paul Wan says 1 haTe used sos 11excellentuseCastoria andPrescrlbecJ N n n tit hbe an excellent remedy for children CaltarlalStberesults from Its use Dr J Eo Simpson of Chicago says I have used your Cartons in easel of colic In children and have found It the best medicine of Its kind on the market Dr R E Esklldson of Omaha Neb says 9 find your Castorla to be standard family remedy It Is the best thing for Infants and children I hare TsB known and 1 recommend 1t IDr L It Robinson of Kansas City Uo says Tour Castorla certainly hat merit Is not Its age Its continued use by mothers through all these years b many attempts to Imitate It aoQcIent recommendation What can a physician jd7 r Leave It to tbe mothers s Dr Albert J Wcston of Cleveland 0 says 1 have 1ise your Castorla itS e my practice for the past eighteen years with the utmost success Dr Edwin F Pardee of New York City says For several years I hare recommended your Castorla and shall always continue to do so as It Las invariably produced beneficial results Dr N D Sizer of Brooklyn N Y says I object to what are called pates medicines where maker what Ingredients are put la them but I know Sthe formula oyourCastoria and advise Its use S GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS it A Bears the Signature of iF 1 The Kind You Have Always Boughtt In Use For Over 30 YursliccC- MTAU COUPANT n ti an TOCK c yv r- g r Couldnt Do It mnbhillbucklethattrust Free Press roughtbetween out great examples of individual heroism But there was never a battle in history Hiat demonstrated personal bravery moro than the battle being waged every day by bolh men and women who fltL pilin iPgteincse ln their to provide for tbcir families and themselves all sufferer could only know of the relief Pushccks Kuro tvould bring to them they would find lifes liathmuch enider Dj PushecK is mailing to allsufferer it full sized dollar box ot his remedy with out any deposit or obligation of any kind afteritprice One Dollar Write today to Dr U Pusheck Chicago For sale at drug gists UebvPushccksKino praise it enough 1 am very thankful for ItIL Bnadnor No royal family has ever yet found an umbrella that was a perfect protection in a reign of terror Boston Globe To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative BromoQuininoTablcts All tliemoneyifltfaitstocuroE S Its a mean critic that wont roast ccliN10 000 Plaits fsr 16c More mrdeiu sad Jarnu ore planted to RUer SwJ than any lo America THenltreuonforthU pmIJVln order to indncoiou to try them nmate you tSefoUowUifiinpra eedentrd effort PealpaNilflJk71ripII tooo IimUtiMiBplwlW 1000 lUi UKIM KUbllM GItJi 50us tiftAboT rOTtn pack contain tnflU eject 1ed to lOMapUiiu Sue nlhlnit bnihrU of brlllloot CowernI biased iotaeE choice vertabLe togitherwich ureree siont floWers Jto Small Fruits err nfl for iiahtamp and this MtUe Big iapas cstloguiouetC- I JQHHASLZEItlEEDei IJ Kt La crease WI SOUTHERN CONDITIONS AND POSSIBILITIES In no part of the United Slates has there been such wonderful Commercial IndiutrUI and Agricultural development at along the lines of MtscIssfppIValleyMluissippf ancflontnlaaa withlnthe past ten years and towns have doubled their pop ulation Splendid business blocks have been erected Farm lands have more than doubled In value Hundreds of Industries have bees naunprecedentedDay Uherers Skilled Wwkmtu and especially Farm TMaHtsi Parties with small capital seeking an oppor tnnity to purchase a farm home farmers who would prefer to rent for a couple of years before purchasing and day laborers in Gelds or facto ries address a posed card to Mr F PasseigergenLflubuqueIowa concerning the territory above described and replies to inquiries t THINGS WORTH KNOWINS1 AUSTIN TEX KUSKOXEE T DALLAS TEX TEL FT WORTH TEX SAN ANTONIO TEX GALVESTON TEX SHAWNEE 0 T GUTHRIE 0 T SOMCALESTERIT HOUSTON TEX CinOT The Largest title Is TEXAS OKLAHOMA MiD INDIAN TERRITORY Arc nil located ontbe- MISSOURI KANSAS TEXAS RAILWAY P SThIs is a reason ifcy iMshNid traiel and ship your freight via The Katy EN and WOME1 WANTED IIPermanent ami profitable bntluoss to tellable partlet Selllnir good direct lo eon REQVIREBLiberalUnderonrmeUaud 00008 SrLLYSRY itAiiDbY MONEYTerritoryKilulillihpil an rear Cut ltnl SSOeOOO Illfthett bank reference Write at once fnrnar tlrnl r inl territory OK EAT FASTER COFyEIidr DeptlOtLouIs Me e lr1 WnpuGLqSSSS 350 SHOES ESu 2 1 Ponrlfa mckee miTwett Ov far otggmantfmctnrer In t3wprt 49Sj3 eatot cdlen la tbe world bee 1Ssir excellent stjle eany fttUn and fnperlor wearing qualities Thor are as good as thoce that cot Irom 300 to7OO The only dlNeraaea II the price Vf X Douglas 535 shoes aapbettervain than any other 3SO shoo on tbs market today W 1 Donging gnat sates their value by stanipIn name and trnce oa the bottom of esc I shoe Look for it Take no subtltntS4w f 350 shoes are sold threughhjsownretallstoresinthpit cipal cities and by shoe 4ealrrs evely iStgDouglasEQUAL s HOCf- i SSn iwr W X Doeglis 320 5o fi 5itsasdrnstdj them easel te ns F as t sew on marld They r sfir aatiftct un I 4adcTjo JeM 4gist Kasns Cat SSBor wear W L Dooaks S2JOsd12iSSchose became tbey fit better iMMMMlr aaac amd wsafioier tkaa other IT L Dos u Corona CWbKs fa Ml stso Corona Colt it tenctded le a jsest 1e1Aw prdseedSFttt Cater ErtM will not wttr Bntty Swjbustneslnthoworid oUoubIetoioISIrnuau s centaextrprepaydeiIyuy If you JIksiroSs4 catdtsi2gSVLPeOSUSIt1cssssNNs WATERPROOF OILED CLOTHING SIECIYTNLG1STPO531ILAWAWSAT TM MLQIIS WOKOPA 3eft4ua ThehUts of deisr k 4your town who do nbVdeH eyr Md vrc will a nd yt cokcutu5k3SA JTOWtR OOvtSTAHUHW 1e34SS5OOIS CNif Co LLTOD CL EXCURSIONS TOTHK E5FREE GRANT LANDS FF ifWESTERN CANADA During the months of March and April there will be Excursions on th various lines of talk way to the Canadian West SSHundred of thousands of the best Wheat and Grazing Lands on the Continent free to the settler- Adjoining lands lusTy Iji purchased from railSway and land companies at readable prices For information as to route cost transporta lion etc apply to ScrEaiNTETTOENT OF IISMISoitATiox Ottawa Canada ortoSBSWIUIA11S Law Bide Toledo Ohio AuthoSrlxea Canadian QoTirnment Acent ANTISEPTIC FOR WOMEN tumbled with ills peculiar to k their sex used as a douche it maxve iso ceisful Tbocougblycleaases kills disuse gsstops discharges heals lnlUrgm t1oa sad INH soreness cares leucorrbcea and raa4eatanhSPaxtint is in form to be dusolved inSslier and Is far roorecleinslnR healing gsmicidi SIand economical thin liquid antueptics for all TOILET AND WOMENS SPECIAL USES s For salt at dranfcti 00 cent a boxSTrial Box sad BooHol Icrtructlons Frau TM B rtixToit COMPANT OSTONMASS j CMEAPft5 othousehold noodi 10 the abore femiitorluendlnt leiilen Write for races sir r iMLiruuMi riiu t k JXheumntlsm many dcith many cases Kuro is te- cures nod yield to this medicine Inflammatory muscular t or joint con receive no treat i ment equal to PitsheckaKuro You wH I 1 notice an almost instant improvement Ati most drugtts or direct front Dr C 1Pnsheck Chicago upon receipt of I- 1jI illustrated S bookIi Pas Idea of ItLittle Willie Say pa what kind of estLthe kind otherr my son Chicago Sun A1480 ACRE FARM YIELDS 25 v PER CENT PROFIT A r YEAR What a Mercer County Ohio Farmer Q Becelved from Crop One Years Extracts from an interesting letter i from P H Rynhard of Starbuck Man F itoba Canada gives an excellent Idea a of the prosperity of those who have i 5 gone from the United States to Can adaHe says I 1i I bought August 1903 480 acresII of lanth paying 12000 for it WeI threshed 2973 bushels of wheat anilt between 1200 and 1300 bushels of oats and barley from 200 acres But part of the wheat went down before filling and was not harvested except for hay The crop was worth at threshing time 3000 Besides 120t jj nertss paying idle except a timothy mead is not included in thisJ esilmate Counting the value of the 5I product and the increase of value of t land will pay me more than 25 trI4 1 cent on the Investment Two broth eer in the same neighborhood bought 160 acres each six years ago They S 4 have not done a single thing to this 1 land except to fence It and break and i cultivate about onehalf of it Har s vested last year 28 bushels wheat per acre This year 27 bushels per acrel r They can get any day J25 per acre r ri These are only a few of many hunI 4S dreds of such chances It looks like bsUng but truth is justifiable and I tnfcorld ought to know It especially the homeseeker I know of quite a I tew farmers that have made fortunes 4lnjrom 1010 20 years retired withI tLfr m 20000 to 100000 Writing concernlnganother district t j In the Canadian West S L Short sayt t i Dear SlrI have to Inform you 51 that I have Just returned from the tiS Carrot River Country in Saskatche win where I located land of the very 5 finest black vegetable loam which or4 am proud ofand will move in the spring Farmers are still plowing bMutitulIcou are r running outside Wood and water lS good Saw oats weighing 42 pounds I to bushel Potatoes large and well ripened also wheat that brought there mytoons thicker on the ground than appears In many of the illustrations sent out in- descriptive pamphletS I have been IB aiailrvesternstales but the soil excels any I ever saw 9 Tlie Canadlall Government Agents at SJ points report that the In qnlrles for literature and railroad rates ctt to Western Canada bra theI ri l6-tiJUie history of their work GEfi oLdimiGi Saex I tmfd i a 5 wilUlWe memorial to the late George Ftllle1w g t lJSe61d Vaaderbllt homestead atltwNewDWp Staten Island has IiBfd for a poultry farm Il ofVS M Mflrtbi ia the state house yard at i IHIaHeU vVtBiriyfiv iOu prisoners nave Iced Judge aBCowlng 1pf pp jO4ester New York since he ascended tkbeact bi181 ATJ horse mippIyoftheworldisbout I aaIale In Europe there are J eooili North and South Amerlca 5r5 eee lit Asia 11000 in AttIasi oF 1 ee IUIc1Ja Africa 250000 M j fle iargeBt diamond in the world J that TM recently found Is not of the k ciiawtalliae isbrt need as a gem If it f 1 wre ilte value would be fabulous bit Is 17 tines larger than the famous VlcI c tei1 diamond the largest of modern ij 1 HiMlB which waa sold tor 1500000 v Ij vatee depends upon the use to which Vj teas be putwhenbrokenup for it is J t of the anorpkoua kind knorrn tech WILellIa a carbon Sf ti iCalifefBla that wonaerland ptiyegev h taUoaj kM alto produced for a number Sq l r e years in a commercial way silk 9 wena eggs that find a ready market la t 1 Rsrspel TlteCaurornlaeexperiment- atlealH recently taken up anew ther piroMea of silkworm Ru with the tJ deviIng a method which will reJice tke cost of producing raw B- ilkilTJt Barepcaa market absorbs all the t r rtkwerm egse California produces but r theexpeas of producing eUk is too Z s to ellJJlethllIkwormgrowefi if t te ee pete with oriental or European to yV growers r rHperttJt trr Uei4st proBperUyyfrom 1897 to 1903 t a bt advancdrGveteatatsk I an per cent fr i elethiag iAi1 these wieT predae- f8 4- jpf Ue farmer and tocJpa who- S PJtf more than aayo MC class of tBe ria1l 1JT these advance J q5LwL Tke r1ilftte4 481 rcellt by t Ui t advasee la e average price cit r MetaTMf1decfease ia i l i I reraae jHricM of commodities in that t pirted Vi ia railway freight rates 7 vji4eh deenMed from 798 tonmile te 1S T to 788111 a loas ot 41 rstGe i averageiaeaae thery qC j road impkiyea IB that period was pSk trlie above 85 per cent iioJ j 8 XXDICAL XXNTIOX Jf j Tea b aU of a healthy pulse ate rBaeeecoJiI elL curiously enough i fe aC aalaly amosg the educated 5S 4Aq51 classes f wkom JMT fewertkaa tour lt 1tr per eeift have this wrfecu f zl ilkISTT isaiy tix per Iltof Brjtlsk i1 I efclkhrea were jutvMCIaated loVthe of abe enMoH from infantile t 1 vieelMttkHi fcw ri ea 16 34 percent f 4J Ik toinw ad 36 per tent la country f rr cIctg f I HTk4Btti8tIcB of last year de J 1tJDrt IWwd M rtln director ot r i ef Uaeat af public health and rrjrti U f HiltedMthlaV shows J MttM freii tuberculosis aad t t siMtbe from pB iBftoala They J whi4 tubercalosis I I ttt MIgd paIoaa a increaMng J utoM i R9rtaHce that tlw 1i Sitoa alIss t i avf hiiraLtY of the statja na t ytgcIta4ise4 how to protect R ih P Ftt a r r11 t 1s jI ItjI fG ir 4 3 5ri4iJI i i i h tiifir v H i ir rJ 5rr Ior Z t Jj j t t 0 ii Z trtrJ Ff Tto tr J iif i 1t ic t tir 7 7 71 Jffj r THE NEWS CONDENSED Pithy anti Pointed Paragraphs of Recent Intelfestillga Happenings EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD From the RussianJapanese War In the Far East atnNational CapitalCrimest and Casualtiess RUSSIANJAPANESE WAR ITEMS Gen Kuropatkln has been appointed commander of the First Manchur lan army He is considered by many in spite of reverses the best general and foremost strategist of the RusIsian army The Russian Third Pacific squadron under Adm HebegatotT has left SudaIbay for Port Said The Japanese appear to have given the Russians a temporary respite from pursuit probably for the purpose of reforming their forces as they did af er the pursuit of the Russians northIfrom Llao Yang- According to advices brought by theI Portland and Asiatic liner Arabia from Yokohama It is believed In Yokohama that Japan will soon attempt to cap urt Vladivostok An officer who has returned from describes the terrible fighting which occurred at the various gates before the capture of Mukden He lIays that never in the history of war fare were such formidable field de fenses faced by infantry attacks as the works protecting Mukden The Russian rear guard is now occupying a line of fairly strong natural positions 24 miles south of Gunshu Pass the center being tho railroad vii age of Slplnghal and the flanks covIering the roads on either side apparently it Is the intention to deCenlij long enough to force the show their hands the possibility that It the Russian army should be unable to hold thEI lower line of the Sungarl river at Chunchlatsu it may be compelled to retreat not only to Harbin but also further westward along the railroad abandoning to the Japanese Northern Manchuria and the Russian maritime Amur provinces as well is the startI Hnng news from the front MISCELLANEOUS NEWS ITEMS The remains of Senator Hawley whoI died in Washington were interred atI Hartford Ct A boiler in the shoe factory of tbs R B Grover Co Brockton Mass exploded and the structure took ftr and burned Seven adjoining butt ings were destroyed The number of killed Is placed at from 60 to SO some of the victims being cremated The number of injured is estimated at 100 The bodies recovered were badlyI mutilatedSRevised list of the victims of the shoe factory explosion in BrocktonJ Mass shows Bodies Identified 14 missing eporteti escaped 283 It Jv sms tluti but 14 bodies V lIe burtel ithI their identity pbsUivply csta o JedIThe climax of tie enthusiasm ovtjr the iit of the American squadtolll was Tccctie4 iu tile National theater Havana to the AmI erican officers by veterans of the revJ Potty nkvalofflcers and near y 200 leading Cuban veterans were ecatedSThe Venezuelan government receiv ed a note from the American minister requiring an answer as to whether Venezuela will arbitrate the questions pending and Saying that in case of a refusal the United States will feel tree to take the steps which may be necessary to secure jnstlce It Is announced from Caracas Venezuela that President Castro replied to Minister Bowens final proposal for ar bitration denying that Venezuea has questions pending with the United States and saying the case of the New York and Bermudez Asphalt Co must remain in tho courts Despite the protest of the ministers of the churches of New England tile prudential committee of the American board of foreign missions will unani mously vote to accept the gift of 100000 from John D Rockefeller and will use the money for the benefit of the mission schools of the Orient Among those who telegraphed their congratulations to Capt Harry S New who has been appointed acting char man of Abe nationalrepublican cum mittee was Thomas Taggart chair tnan of the democratic national com mittee Architect Magoriigle reports to Sec retary Hartzell of the McKinley Me morial association that be has completed the revised plans for the Mc Klnley monument Organization of the Great Western Oil Refinery and Pipe Line Co with a capitalization of 110000000 ha been perfected and within 30 days it is expected work will be begun on the first refinery to be built at Erie Kan Commander Robert E Pearys Arc tic exploration steamship Roosevelt launched at Bucksport Me Is consid ered the strongest In construction th most powerful and best equipped craft for combating the Arptia ice ever con structed JosIah 33 Sherry president of th S SherryBacon Grain Co and one of the leading corn experts in the cur try died at St Louis Mr Sherry was born In Tippecanoe county lad anaFive men were drowned in the Mo- l nongahela near Charlerol Pa while crossing in a skiff ferry The adjutant general shipped a load of tents iron bedsteads and oth er camping outfit to Buy Tex to be used by President Roosevelt and par ty on their big hunt The senate and house of represen tatives of Pennsylvania met In joint special session to honor the memory of the late United States Senator Mathew t Stanley Quay The new trust law of Arkansas is now effective and it is announced that practe llrathe nonresident old line Insurance companies about 70 In itnumberstateSPresident Roosevelt has written a letter to Secretary of War Taft ap proving a recommendation of the lat ter that ther should be a change in the personnel of the Panama canal commission isCharlesrpeIt was said that Mr Schwab was bound for St Peterolurgtonego date the bulldlng of warships for Rust ale Thlrty tour steamers laden with 100000 tons pf coal arewiUttngat- l Ibuti1 for the Russian fleet which expected there at the end of th worithW J5 j I 4 j tSSSc The Greenville Pa plant of the Carnegie Steel Co which has been idle for nearly a year on account of labor troubles will shortly resume op erationsTho flood at Wheeling W- hrew Va out of work over 20000 men nd the loss In wages and business aggregates 400000 It Is announced that a donation of 250000 has been made to Northwest t ern university by Milton II Wilson a resident of Evanston Six miners dead and four Injured two probably fatally Is the result of n explosion In the mine of the Prince on Ind Coal and Mining Co The of the disaster Is not known ave that It resulted from a powder explosion In tho Gheygholl district a BUga rian band of 40 members was annihi lated by the Turkish troops after a three hours fight The district court at Sheridan Wyo refused the petition of Col William F Cody Buffalo Bill for a divorce The Nebraska Democratic Editorial association elected W J Bryan presi dentCincinnati was selected as the next meeting place of the National Congress of Disciples of Christ It Is rumored that at a meeting of he Jlmlnez party it was resolved to telegraph to the followers of the CorI aspirant to the presidency of SanI to Domingo at Monte Crlsti to pre pare for a struggle The governments taking precautions to meet coming eVenlBV The American Railway Engineers and Maintenance of Way association 1electe41 as president of the associa ion H K Kelley William J Byers and Reno Dardala were hanged in the jail at Pittsburg The new United States cruiser Gal veston partially built at the Trigg comIed for Culcbra and Galveston Tex Twentyfour smuggled Chinese were arrested in Yuma A T Tho remains of Mrs Jane L Stan ford who died in Honolulu were laid away In the Stanford mausoleum on the campus of the Stanford university after impressive funeral ceremonies Rr Adm William M Folger has been relieved of command of the Asi atic fleet and Rr Adm Charles R Train will succeed him Rr Adm Train will be succeeded as the junior flag oMcer of the station by Rr Adm George C Relter Business failures in the United States for the week ending March 23 number 204 against 186 last week 215 the like week in 1904 175 In 1003 and 183 in 1t02 In the matter of the prosecution of Public Printer Palmer for violation of the antismoke law Judge Scott of the andIcase of appeals Jules Verne the noted French author Is dead His family was at his bedside His death had been anticipated for several days Under oath ill c bankruptcy court- Mrs Cassle L ball wick said her to tallndel dness linN not amount to more thj r 7t0We- Petersburg IA St correspondent unconfirmed report that Jap aneIeorpedo boats have succeeded damaging Vice Adm Rojestvenskys W shtps sisol Yellky and Navarln- Vnangements for the investigation ot trie affairs of Santo Domingo were completed after a conference partici pated in by President Roosevelt Sec rotary Taft and JH Hollander wljd is to make the inquiry Stanley Francis alias Arthur S Foster a promoter of many companies was arrested in Philadelphia on the charge of using the malls for fraudulent purposes and held in 100000 ball A benefit in New York for Joseph Holland the actor who on account of illness probably will never be able toS appear again netted the sum of 2 000 Francis B Loomis a first assistant secretary of state visited Mare Island navy yard He was accorded the full honors to which his position entitles him a salute of 15 guns being fired Senor Don Manuel pe Azplroz Mex leos first ambassador to the United States died at the Mexican embassy Washington surrounded by the member of his family Maurice Barrymore the actor died at the London Hall sanitarium Amity vllle Long Island He became suddenly weak and never recovered He had been at the sanitarium four yeare The respect shown by the WashIng- ton authorities to the remains of the late Ambassador Azplroz gives much satisfaction in Mexico City The war between Russia and Japan which began about 13 months ago has already increased the debt of these two countries nearly 800000000 Of this amount 450000000 is the share of Japan and 340000000 the share of RussiaPresident Roosevelt Is favorable to some agreement among the powers to preserve the status quo In Santo Dos rnlngo until the senate next fall either ratifies or rejects the protocol provid tag for an American fiscal protectorate over the little republic s The battleship Kansas will be christened by breaking a bottle of Kansas crude oil over its prow in thee place oCa bottle of champagne as is the usual custom Mrs Elizabeth Cass Goddard one of the most prominent women in Cole orado was appointed a deputy sheriff of El Paso county Vice President Fairbanks and his party visited the site of the revolu tlonary battlefield at Guilford Courthouse N C Two will probably die and five oth ers are severely Injured as the result of a runaway accident at Bellalre rC K Berry representing Boston capitalists has approached the Brit ish Columbia government seeking to secure 500000 acres of agriculture land on which it is proposed to estab llsh 3600 families in farming commu nltles The Pennsylvania senate committee on municipal affairs decided to report favorably the senate bill providing for the annexation of Allegheny to Pitts burgSVice PresICfent Fairbanks and Revenue Commissioner Yerkes were the guests of honor at the Tar Heel club banquet at Greensboro N C Dead in the ice on Lake Mendota near Madison Wls Wilfred Bohdi 4 and Frazier McGowan 1 were fount by Angus McGowan father of Frazier Tire two little fellows had attempted- to cross the lake with sleds A bomb thrown from the window of a house in Warsaw exploded In the midst of a passing patrol composed of police and infantry Six soldiers and two policemen were dangerously Wounded E lCano Pertain at present Argen i I1P1Iey r JIfk ry l Violent storms throughout Oklahoma territory have resulted In four t deaths and numerous injuries to other persons The Wisconsin assembly passed the Dahl liquor bill a measure aimed at unscrupulous druggists The bill requires an affidavit from each liquor purchaser at drug stores The Standard Oil Co made a reduc lon of three cents In tho higher grades of crude oil and two cents in tho lower grades Coolly calling a chambermaid to pre wire the bed which he thought would e his bier Anderson C Ramsay a traveling salesman from Fairmont W Va laid himself upon the couch and In the presence of the woman shot himself through the right temple In his room at the Palace hotel Cincinnati lying five hours later It Is possible that the guests of tho Jefferson birthday banquets in New York and Chicago will be enabled to listen to the speeches of the more prominent orators in both cities on the same evening by means of tele phono wires connecting the two banquet halls The timehonored principle that n mans home is his castle was applied by a jury In the circuit court at Ed wnrdsvHIe In finding for the de fendant In the case of James Togln against John Wlnkelmeyer for 5000 damages because the latters dog bit TobinThomas B Scandrett director of public safety of Allegheny Pa WdS charged before1 Alderman S J Toole of Pittsburg by County Detective n G Robinson with aiding and abetting tho maintaining of a gambling house In Allegheny City The police discovered 80 bombs hid den in a brick grave 11 the Powonskl cemetery In Warsaw Vincent Turner a Cincinnati boy who Is pitching for Ed Ashenbachs Charleston club shut out Detroit with out a hit or run In nine innings at Charleston S C Four more bodies have been remov ed from the Rush Run mine near Hln ton W Va where explosions killed 25 men Only two more bodies remain In the Rush Run mine Five others are yet in the Red Ash mine Mrs William J Bowen wife of the president of the Bricklayers and Ma sons International Union of America died at her home In Indianapolis Ind of pneumonia aged 27 years Inquiry at Paris tends to strongly confirm the statement that approaches toward peace between Russia and Ta pan have already begun at a private conference In a northern European capitalA from Tamatave Madagascar says The Russian squadron has sailed Destination unknown A row boat containing a party of five returning from Oceanus Beach to Georgetown Fla was overturned by a squall and four were drowned- A great landslide occurred at Sem Un Hungary A squadron of soldiers who went to the rescue of a burled woman suffered severely eight of their number being killed and 19 Injured Two men were killed and another was injured in a freight wreck on the Baltimore Ohio railroad at Stanton DelThe j freight depot of the Anheuser Busch Brewing association located in the center of Its Immense freight yards in the son ern part of St Ixni toIgether125000President Tar has issued a decree for the reform of the monetary sys temjThe decree establishes the peso or silver dollar at a value of 50 cents gold and the theoreUcalunltI of the Mexican currer be the dollar or peso of 75 centi grammes of goldSFire destroyed the mill of the Or ange Lumber Co Orange Tex awl 60000 feet of lumber the loss being 75000 with an Insurance of 47000 President Castro manifests strong hostility against American and French Interests in Venezuela His attitude it Is added is particularly menacing against the French Cable Co It is probable that all Immigration figures will be broken before the spring is ended From all parts of Europe aliens are booked to arrive and the resources of the station at Ellis Island will be taxed to the ut mostState department officials definitely announced that as yet no final deter urInation had been reached regarding the proposition of the representatives of the powers at Santo Domingo that the United States appoint one of its citizens to act as interior commission for the collection of customs Hulpatta Mlcco chief of the Semi nole Indians is dead aged 75 years Mlcco served in the federal army dur ing the civil war with a band of his tribesmenThe and stock of the Virginia Carolina Chemical Co at East Rome Ga was entirely destroyed by fire the loss being placed at 250000 Two men were seriously burned A daring attempt at a jail delivery at Scottsboro Ala was frustrated by Miss Lulu Austin the young daughter of Sheriff D C Austin President Arthur Von Briesen of the Legal Aid society of New York has received a letter from President Roosevelt accepting the honorary vice presidency of the society Rr Adm Chester superintendent ot the naval observatory has completed arrangements for the observation ot the total solar eclipse of August 2930 1905 At Fayetteville Ga Col Stephen D Renfree a lawyer about 77 was con victed of the murder of his daughter Inaw He was sentenced tovserve the remainder of his life In the state F H Peavey Co of Minneapo Its Minn sold In a single rade about 2000 cars of wheat to a single purchaser said to be the Washburn Crosby Co The transaction was tot cashSAs a result of a meeting of repre sentatives of the Central Cement association in Detroit the price ot Port land cement In the middle west will be raised 10 to 15 cents a barrel The news of the postponement by the United States senate of action on the treaty with Santo Domingo makes the situation there acute and an in ternal uprising seems to be imminent The Mlday association an organisa tion of the Colonial Mlday Churchs burial ground In Liberty county Ga received a check for 50 from Presi dent Roosevelt as a contribution to the societys maintenance fund Grandon Delaperricrs harness and collar factory at Hoscbton Ga was destroyed by fire The plant was valued at between 125000 and 150 000 At a meeting of the executive corn mlttee of the Manufacturers and Job bers Window Glass association it was isdecidedlist f + J tt i i7 ii1 ri i PERMANENTPEACEIi- tussia to Build No Warships For a Term of Years This May Be One of the Conditions Proposed by JapanDenied That Preliminary Negotiations For Peace Occurred In Paris Paris March 2iIt was stated in diplomatic quarters hero that among the conditions of peace which Japan might ask would be that Russia give al pledge to build no more warships fyr a term of years A diplomatic of said that such a condition would be the most effective means of assur rift Japan against Russias carrying ot her cherished project of naval re Biinment for the renewal of host ties under better conditions than thoiio at present existing Concerning the recent preliminary approaches toward peace It Is now jicccpted In the highest diplomatic luarters that these preliminary nego tiations did not occur here although Paris may have been the channel through which the results were trans mitted to St Petersburg and Tokio However it Is noticeable that there has not been the slightest reference In French newspapers to the peaco movement having taken tangible form hero or elsewhere except In continued academic discussion of the peace propaganda and a few vague Sf Peters burg dispatches showing that peaco is In the airSBIG LINERS COLLIDE Both Vessels Badly Damaged Near Halifax N S Halifax N S March 27Two great transAtlantic liners the Parisian of the Allen line and the Albano a Ham burgAmerican boat both bound hi heavily loaded with passengers col lided off the harbors entrance Both were seriously damaged but reached their docks and landed thc passen gers safely The Parisians stern touched bottom as she reached her wharf while hard pumping kept tho Albano free Both steamers were fran European ports the Parisian from Liverpool and the Albano from Hamburg The Pa risian lad on board 1000 passengers The Albano carried 800 passengers nearly all for Philadelphia to which port she was to have proceeded after calling here PRODIGAL RETURNS Youth Who Left Evanston III Four Year Agoat Home- Chicago March 27 Frank Rogers who disappeared from hls home in Ev aniton four years agojTlth his aunt- Miss Florence Ely has returned Young Rogers stated that since lear iri Chicago he has been working In Huh o and New York city The po iT and others for a long time worked in the casQ as a kidnaping rays f ry The boy now denies that he has been with Ws aunt- The boy had been the pet of hIt aunt ever since he was a baby So close was this friendship that Miss lijiy could scarcely allow the boy to l p out of her sight Her affectlti itun- r tifuert by young Uosersu LORD CHARLES BERESFORD i F1ter Visiting In St Louis He Left 1For Texas and Mexico St Louis March 27After spend ing seral hours inspecting St Louis pan of the Tirogram being a walk turough the business section Lord Charles Beresford vice admiral of tho British channel squadron departed for Texas and old Mexico Lord Beresford accompanied by Bourke Cockran and Mr and Mrs JS Guiness of New York arrived In fit Louis Sunday morning WhiJo here Lord Beresford gave interview I Cia several newspaper men comment 5lugWhich he believes will end before very long Steel Corporation to Increase WaUesr Pittsburg March 27 the United States Steel Corporation are reported to have completed all plants preparatory to making the announcement of a sweeping wage In crease to go into effect April The amount of the increase is not known at present but It is stated that with the exception of the tonnage men in the steel mills all other employer will receive the full amount of tho former reduction The total increaso for the year will it is said approxi mate 9000000 The advance will af fect 30000 workmen In this district MARKET REPORT Cincinnati March 25 CATTLE Common 3 00 4 40 Heavy steers 525 5 50 CALVESExtra 600 25 HOGS Ch packers 5 55 5 60 Mixed packers 5 4Q 550 SHEEPExtra g 5 25 LAMBS Extra 7 75 FLOUR Sprint pat 6 00 30 WHEAT No 2 red 1 12 1 14 CORNNo2 mixed 5- 1OATSNo2 mixed 3- 3RYENo2 84 86 HAYCh timothy 12 25 PORK Clear mess 14 25 LARDSteam 7 00 7 12Vi BUTTERCh dairy 17 19 Choice creamery 28 APPLES Choice 2 25 2 50 POTATOESPer bbl 1 40 1 50 TOBACCONew 5 00 13 00 Old 4 50 14 75 Chicago FLOURWinter not 5 10 5 20 WHEATNo2 red 1 12 1 14ri No 3 red 1 02 1 12 CORNNo2 mixed 4- 8OATSNo2 mixed 30 RYENo2 78 78 Yt PORKMess 12 75 12 80 LARD Steam 7 00 t 7 02 i New York FLOUR Win stilts 5 15 5 25 WHEAT No 2 red 1 15 i CORNNo2 mixed 57y4 6- 1JOATSNo2 mixed 37 8 38V RYEWestern SO PORK Family 13 31Y13 75 LARDSteam 7 30 Baltimore CATTLESteers 3 50 4 00 SHEEPNo 1 fat 300 3 50- LAMBSSpring 6 50 7 00 HOGSDressed 4 50 5 00 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 118 CORNNo2 mixed 48 OATSNo 2 mixed 34 PORK Mess 11 00 LARDPure steam 6 60 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 18 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 45 OATS NO j mjxed 33 i JIIifl tJ5S ca rS it WHY HE SPEARED THE FISH Poachers Ready Answer to a Game Wardens Accusation of Vio lating the Law existenceof them have to be shrewd to carry out the work for which they are appointed saida Mihvaukee man recently according to the Sentinel I was told n story in a little town out on the other edge of the state tho other day which bears out this state ment spearingthufishingThe panic warden stole to the hut ind threw open the door Did you pear this pickerel ho asked did that lid you know it is against the law Well you see that the fish isnt dead was the ensured response 1 have been spearing catlinh and that pickerel krpt 1tlightlshed fishing Thou I will put it back The game warden walked off- Chance for Another Guess notlonghmindebted fourlflYsflinchedOpeningbunch of bills to the cashier with the remark Guess again Ive got more money than that Washington Post Vreempted believei1at the top Pessimistic ela Doesnt believe hell ever get there liestherethe Pace htmselfPhifadclphia Piess- I With Arts Assistance inthose todoJliybelle She hadnt It took her halt a day to make her face fit the partChi cago Tribune I Her Dally tread Maysie I cant fee why you want to marry that halfbaked Cholly Vau Rox doughLCleveland Sorry for Hint Workman Ive been and got married wagesKmployeronly responsible for accidents that occur in the worksChicago Journal The fashion writers agree that small checks will be in style for mens wear this spring While this may do for the men nnythinslessington lost Not a few people will sympathise with the boy who he was asked what he would like to be when he rew up to be a man replied A centenarian Bos ton Globe What the Dentist Saps 27thSpceialHarryof Sumit street this city is telling of Iris remarkable cure of Kidney Dsease by using Dodd s Kidney Pills sayIgetting any help rays Dr Lewis yearsThehad fo get several times at night I gettingThen a friend advised me to try Dodds Kidney Pills iind in about two weeks I started to im Now I am glad to praiseDoddsIf you take udz1dw rills when yuur kmu yi ov Bgtis tr Luiin BrightsDiseaseRheumatismS Nothing emphasizes the fact that theie is no taste more than the way some people admire themselves Puck RESTORED HIS HAIR Scalp Hemonr Cured br Cntlcnr Soap anti Ointment After All Else Had Failed scalphumorgreat deal of annoyance and inconven lence After unsuccessful efforts with niany1 remedies and socalled hair tonics a friend induced me to try Cuticura Soap and Ointment The humor was cured ii a short time my hair was restored as healthy as ever and 1 can gladly say I anyfurtherCuticura Soap and I kee the Ointment en hand to use as a dressing for the hair and scalp Signed Fredk Buschc 213 East 57th St New York City That scratching sound emanating from Indiana is not all made by the hens the itChrcagoChronicle I THE FITNESS OF THINGS WellChosen Subject for an Essay by Youth Who Wanted It Written for Him 8 Tire boy was nearing the time of Ida graduation from the high school He was takenhigher f andthil t t largebefore t It looked more formidable than any stack he had ever encountered on ofathletic field and the nearer the day came uwistonMeThere was a Harvard man in tinalIyhis help in the writing of the essay theunivcrsityman was amused con emotton essayLaiketackling Idontpickedout the subJect you want to write Yes answered the athlete the subject is SelfnelianceV Mistake Made Somewhere toldherproper thing for her on the principle of awfullyMrs KandleYea placeforalLBostonTranscriptI Discrimination- A goodstOry is being toldof a coloredI man who a grievance healthofficers of a certain city He said Wen cr nigger sick dey calls it pesthousebutit de celluloid and guarantees de prom sesDaUas Tex News S From the surgical news that is floating around We may reasonably understand reconstroctionperiodfor Folks ii boun to hab something to worry em said Uncle Eben If a man is too rich to own a mule he buys hissef an automobile Washington Star The average man meets temptation wayChicagoNewsS Snlxer Home Builder Corn So named because 50 acres so loveyhomemd 157 bu Ohio 160 buTena 198 bu and in Mich 230 bu per acre You can beat this record in 1905 P Y eIDlW I W1IAT DO YOU THINK or THESK YIELDS 120 bu Beardless Barley per acre 310 bu Salzers New National Oats A 80 bu Salzer Speltz and Macaroni Wheat 1000 bu Pedigree Potatoes per acre 14 tons of Billion Dollar Grass Hay 60000 lbs Victoria for A 160000 Ibs Teosinte the fodder wonder 54000 Ibs Salzers Superior Fodder Corn rich juicy per A j 1003fJUST SEW THIS NOTICE AND 100 LaCrosselog ana lots of farm seed samples K L A dignified mans hat is seldom as largo beChicagoDaily A Boon to Humanity The mind cearthe nerves steady and the overworked 00d strong by the wo- oderfulPushecks It cures all diseases of the Blood and Nerves Rheumatism Scrofula Catarrh Ex haustion Pain Weakness Misme Indi gcstion etc Pushecf hum scoots pushesresultsthataro riit other medicines Ihere ia nothing like- it nothing else is even similar When a certain cure such as this is offered you there js no excuse for experimenting with other medcines Atrnost or 91 or sent for this price by Dr C Push eric Chicago spendjogDont Get Footsore Get FootEase A wonderful powder that cures tired hot aching feet and ma tta new or tight shoes easy Ask for Allens FootEase Accept no substitute Trial package FREE Address A S Olmated La Roy N Y- Innocence that is advertised usually hides some iniquity Chicago Tribune A Guaranteed Cure for Piles ItchingBHndBleedlnor Protruding Piles Your druggist will rotund if Paso OIXTMEST fails to cure In 6 to 14 days SOc It takes ladies and gentlemen to create- scandalsLifeI S Cure for Consumption raved jay life three years agoMrs Thos Bobbins Norwich N Y Feb 17 1000 Ambition and contentment seldom travel in double harness N Y Times The Secret of Good Coffee Even the best housekeepers cannot make a good cup of corfeo without good material Dirty adulterated and queerly blended coffee such as unscrupulous dealers shovel over their counters wont do But take the pure dean natural flavored LION COFFEE tic leader el all package e ffees the coffee that for over a quarter of a century has been daily welcomed in millions of homes and you will make a drink fit for a king in this way HOW TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE Fie LION COFFEE bccansa to get best mnlU you toast we the best coffee Grind your LION COFFEE rather Sne Vie a tabneapoontui to each cap esd one extra toe the pot1 Flnt mix it with a little cold water enough to make a tkkk Ke and add white of an egg If egg la to bo used ae a settler then one of the following rules Jrt WITH BOILING WATER Add bolllaa water 4 let H boil THREE MINUTES ONLY Add a Utile COM water ad act MM live minutes to settle Serve Sd WITH COLD WATER Add 7O cold wrter to Hie IHM C d bring It to a boll Then oat aaldcadd a Utile cold nter ad te Uve cmUmtca Ira ready to aerve 35Dont boll It too long let It stand more than ten minutes before serving BONTS Wont use water that has been boiled before TWO WAYS TO SETTLE COFFEE lit HUh Em Tee part of the whlta of an egg mixing It with the groond LION- COFFEE betorebolllng 3d WftS Cold Water instead of After boning add a dash of cold water sad set aside for eight or ten minutes then senreihnmch a straIner Insist en aettlafl a package ol genuine LION COFFEE prepare according to this recipe and you will only sse LION COFFEE fa fRtare Sold only in 1 Ib sealed packages packageSave SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE WOOLSON SPICE CO Toledo Ohio 4 0 Se5 t OPERATIONS EXPERIENCE OF MISS MEKLEY lie Was Told That an Operation Was Inevitable How SheEacaped 1 When a physician tells a woman suf ening with ovarian or womb trouble hat an operation Is necessary thevery of the knife and the operating able strikes terror to her heart and ur hospitals are full of women coming or ovaFian or womb operations 3IP47Jars JferkIe4 fThere ore cases where an operation lathe onlyresource but when one con falders the great number of cases pi ovarian and womb trouble cured by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Cons pound after physicians have advised operations no woman submit to one without first trying the Vegetable Compound and writing Mrs Finkham Lynn Mass for advice which Is free Miss M Merkley of 275 Third Street MilwaukeoWIswritesS Dear Mrs Pinkhnm i Loss of strength extreme eervoaneai shooting pains through the pelrio organ down and metoseekmedlcaladvlce ThedoctorafterI making an examination said I had ovarian trouble anB ulceration and advised an tlon To this Istrongly objected and decided to Lydia E Plnkhazns Vegetable Corn pound ulceration quickly heale4 all the bad symptoms disappeared and I am once more strong Ovarian and wombtroubles are stead fly on the increase among women Jf the monthly periods are very painful or too frequent and if you have pain or swelling low down In the left aide bearing down pains leucor i rhoea dontnefflect yourself try LydIa E pinkhams VegetableConioundS SiCK HEADACHE i Poaitlvelycuredbi these Little F1U CADTrDO Tney also reltere Dta tress fIOmDYsPePs1LIn ITTLE UgestlonandTooIIeftrty Eating A perfect rasa V edytorD2auseaS IPILLS Prowslnesg Bad Taste In the Mob Tongue 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cured ltb mubMt Kura Olcr si iuc4 la CauiU Is r sticii SSFor sle for SI 00 at DruggIsts t SSS i 55555L5- r k g 1134rir r I j q OWiNGgVLLE OUTLOOK tt OUTIXCit IlJULISlHNU CO JoIrSI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Ahlnqill1IIII11UIIICllllonfl to TtiKOnriook IliHLuniNc Co or to JntlN W UONAKEK Owingsville 1 Ky Sub icrihors desiring change off nfMrc n should always give previous addre wbpn writing- Correspondent when out of sta tionnrv Kliiiild mention fapt on II I cppNiHte ulip of pupwr tj g No IIIIIOI l inlilullowed to any tlIhlwriJlllonaj one your p for one dnlliir RIX months for sixty cent three months for thirtyllve cents t J fJ THURSDAY MAUCH 3 1005 r = e ANNOUNCEMENT i FOR KKPKBSENTATIVB f Wo nro Authorized to announce ChH E not Y of Morelicad n con tIrnr roeleetion ad Roprcpcnlu itlve from Roth nnd Rowan olin f llVBBiibJpif ti the action of the lenocratio party r t We IIFH atithtirized to announce Waller Shxrp of Sharnehurg as itw iktulldate for RtpreHontutive from t Hiith nnd Rowjiii couniies subject i in the tctlIIr the Democratic p1itytoi a r TnKRK ur itfn tlitt Uusoin is Tlfvinjj jib veil Enniiglmky to ilM pun but innt tt hur mouthIn It good working order 4 I PcACcreinK in Uronthilt conn y tuitwitlisiandini her loading q citizens nro in the Lexington juil I 11 Or the IMHCO rauy hi due jo that very fiu yFonEIon arti ftockInto liiipcountry at ii rlte never known Tinre nro nut us desirablee cbinB HI iniinigrantr us rule aMin ff rnn r vfjnnr I Mexico tips the tree coinage ItT u k ilxer on April IG and tarts the zitcllllandurd Miy 1 A certtiin r t Western politiciun would never 1 b4vtftnihiht It frflhtbteIPRESIDENT CXMTUO of Venezuela IMgIl trrtiliny ihn tjtilf hiscont SbtIIIt Unile itnijIjihnn Crupnud HidFotliVr ant bpj tjinx thum to wec Been IItltlt 11 i Trte Court of Appeal overruled i the petilion III ihf Uiiramonwealth torn reliVnriiiK of the ce of Caleb Powprii jititl thtm Powurs gets rt r Jltwtriitlillthu Uiriuit Court A J + c fHirajd ii llilri l will meet ULt tIii de4skndM III PU1JIIP sun n wtf t W trlalon tI iaa 44re ft iuirdding JB Mrtrcum byr1 r 9H1ellI RrIIhe charge f t ft 1IIiE mu rill io this In A JtIt I his tii niitliaig to lIIlltsund 1 oi r y fhfivt hji flEe p J rz THBir hVlil a town election in North Trrytown K J4 t he home r1t LnhIAIILni Rf fkif IIec und hfs 1 IsIktr VVilliiim Ml week The RHeWirs put up ii town ticket t i 4id areijiliged IK have colonized ieitroei an l Italians in order tot afryhutlfeotinn butthe ppiIi 4 H nin iefti tedihwRockefeier ticket AU 1IY V43V Acting Juhn Wirthit 0 Ulll1gblt Village Presiilent fj Whrnejver tile pUiH iomiuon peo- lt get nyllinK like a direct haek ut lHjreer they are go l f itijj to gIve to him in tho neck Ky i fi CIRCUIT JCOOE PARKER ht Lex nKt th refused to give balltl r Juiuet EIurg 0 brntherEijberiand Sheriff Ed Cni 1 I InhMn xlldf IJrenthitt ciiunty oh thcfStinAfi r AlexUarsilti wait nlmilt tlOOO ball whiob he readily l U Ur 1unlucky ciinhfc f7t fof tlieJIJiir1ia party that Cockrill qt4i vette 1H4dIed In a i J ireaVh t wnere Iil8 enemies had errJt lfh i i4j 14 4 l QliAtkiiAK Hbitqr the lion se Ii ltttifIR t R4JfiiIPI 1 1d a4 tlJ klhttJt wilIleso pul ed tijaftpe 1J iilrt J gn willitttWpt tp 1z r t t F iic ilf of Uielekkie kande t c fewHeyoIeDtnBptratUtloH Job in the r lkIIIpini Uncle Satit could Lt ft4 iKakeXi belier bar tt0 than by n- Vttnfyal r 7 i tki giilt brI HdBlapani I w n twiWv ButJulllltmtojudge ltr c JheJpiare by the whIte man m taBdNrcJ Ignoring the fact tbnt A Jlte lurw have e nducted this war 1 WIIl 1JlJRIiaJsJIJ1eriorw j it l e mHii 8 veT 44uIeiuIIt jfmwI found enee may w r viinrt d habit with them r ji rIi lJ 7 2UoLgSAi Ipe cin hl su b 1 PIaMC f lhyihly paw lrttleIf fhink o pllttiigu tartnorn MI jrIa aNdeofre to ke p lfuida- it il taWwna levied fur revenue r HftytIie eiiiild be oJobtoctOD t ruM 1 ratiC tandpolat to a lugart 7IJihiw J eiutllng iheeotft re fictiteriQncdDJOoop r Ji il tt11iIi acheiee to furler tui the Ptlit WHR bre kfit table pkulUrrented the plain X iouMNJlh eleclallyJ the pvaiiecaWheeatIilyIncre 4 by 0 iringthedutii ln many arti r1 IItth n t lJfI erett8Itte L 1xceilheltoit6OB fti t i FW Y Y tftp t7L i i a l h i c 1j s 4- r ii hiif j ii 1Vro ti H i Ja f1 f riil r oltCGo rj rrI tI r i O k J COKRESPONDfcNCE Cralus OlnUi WnrriMi oMiight iiuiro of i ii iu toll for 50tlioClainl Warren moved from here to Mrs alary Gooilpii teri turin aiiHS aiyrtlii nrniK of K cllIlIj Spring is ieiidtiigit week wilh friendti here Rev Ed Anderson mid wife were the gtieris of Ariinlil Goodpneter Siiiidny night Some of our all wise corrcspon ilontH lro nlways ef erring to women that pitsip and tell necrelA We will coiifeh this is a ruttier bud tit ilitig hilt there nru HIIIIIC men that Ire equally us bud and per hJlp littlit A gl ItIita tlcs arc full s that 1 WI StilIllcjdng Union Willie II Hum went lo Mureliead s attirtiutyviuSonic potatoes were planted theI punt week John W Ham went to Salt Lick Friday on business SURiwsSUIUfllltOIl buincc Qloping Friday on LumnetSuB McKtnncv of lieN Mill IIS here labt week Oil businesRth John W McKinney went to Ow in gavillo IlIl t TllllrtlJuy on business W A Jones of Salt Lirfc moved the arm vacated by Joe Junes Intit Tuesday and of S ScrantonHams Saturday und Sunday The cottage prayer meeting was largely attended at Alpha B aic Kinnoy8 Sunday night with good intercut The worm Run the last tow lnv started tlm grass to growing Some of the farmers broke come sod the ast few sunny day8mTroy Jennings moved to the Ross i house ut thu 15 cut lasl denidaytho farm vacated by Jenningu last ueiduy Moor s Forry There isu good deal of oats be cIngMm John Shrout of Slate Vul Ic in iImls rt l IlustB L Jngram was considerably orse Sunday nigitt The pbyei ciuns Buy he hIde rlieumutisiu Mies Bertha Horseman went Fri day to visit her rioter Mrs Wui Norris at Slate a few 5 thiliIuuinight Just as he stepped to the dt orsuid Catch rue and dont fimo fall JtJp fell dead in the fl 1oori hmiganyqbeiugabout old and wasH pen fur Jiei iadrl8teVy got an Vnv creH6eifrpm16 io 4 auionth He leuvei erer lchildren to mourn their loss Hu was burled tit IJcd kicks cemetery Weiinesday March i2 On 2Floododressi IstVeil uIIIIstclrted to run Her father p Flood woe just re covering from a spell of neuralgia of the Ftotnuch and was in bed when he heard her cry out I 0 grabbedaquilt and wrapped it around her quickly and smothered the fire out The flatnea were iip to her head but Kt1luck wan she onySheKnob Lick Some plowing is being done toH Graves la in Alabama Grass Is showing up nl eIYfor tituobfyear The mines are out sever PaicarscfWm Craig wife who lies been betterda bidlooplegebllcJlydays ago holdinguietendance 1 March has beenB remarkable month so far Look out for the remainder lames VelIp who wns accident l SogoWm Colliver of Grange City will go to Salt Lick to work the coming8uminer John Quinton Goodpastor got oneVf tile fingerS maalied off by be ing caught between u rock and an ore car gaveblitan1eome hlftyorelxty as termed WiILSoope you are in it with tije Judy correspondents nji well as myself Wbilethe dose you gave them is not BO severe It- si macire raJIIIltn lIrlhey recov er hsbouldbeaJasJdlers are usually gossipers and gO hTheterina agood deal of distrust If Justice were iiniversal there chllrltyThehis poverty with the rich man ChrVftiiinUy is not a creed it is a grand oui1npl ring principle gthetinW j AL f ZJrL 5 w 1 d NJ I Miland City E hliertutiii Willie Myers were in Oivin Kvillu Saturday on bud lntB Muck Jont of lillrhutll is iue t nt hid co u mi Otto Kuzor II Dciry lirookH 111111viited hit iirntlier ut Farmer Saturday j Siitlny Mrs D S Nixon of Preston is the gmrht of her daughter Mrs Tom Suite fieldToMr and M ru Jo opli Lagrcw of Cit imey were thu uedts of John My ers and wife SUlldllI Sk heililISunday Wonder what is the at traction Saliuuuurlnot expected to live Solomon ulon is no better Aunt Mar gut ret Myers is poorly Uppor Prickly Ash James Harper of PortmnouthO uiied hit fill her Daniel Harper several days last week Walter and Coburn Hamilton visited Alt Moore und wife in Montgomery county Saturday und tiduy TS Shrout wife son Kwellnnd u3 Shrout of inglllIIcvIsltelt Nancy Shrout and family nday 1Aiwunzt IIuand wife in Fleuing county Urn of the week TOBACCO SALES Epy Gondpim tcr bought Ahuiinza Stnnlscr plit 8e T J Reids at 8 and 3c G A Peed bought R L Stones nt 7c lirogu W yom i ngbougli t harles Harpers ut Sc Harper anil- Wolfenharger at 61c on Duwson farm Thomas Roes at Sc James Jones at 7Ae Bald Eaglo Mnrtnn Reynolds of East Union visited hero Sununy John Spence of Salt Well ha- oved Luck to this place The tobacco crops are abot t all liverud out of this community Artio Giillcy and wife visiteil Beverly Perry near Sharpsbttrg SiUiduy Several from this vicinity at tended ciurch at Iliirpece Sunday iy night Died an infant of James Cart mill and woe byricd Sunday at arperc burying ground There will be an nil day meeting here time first Sunday in May Miss Minnie Watsons funeral is tube preached E L Sanford returned home from Nicholas and Itonrbon ooiin ee where ho hud beep holding ival services We hear a good ninny say thu y p rijoy reading tiit Werhion in TUB O meo1iociKtstmiuWflneo f l v i lF Farvlow nbtghtn3yeaiti r IJames Wopdnrd boughta2yenr muleoLJ1J Coiiivor for ISO IW S Voodard bought a pair of mules of JP Cblliver Lor150D H Heqdrix sold a 5yearold b ofaictulilunSliurpsburg for 160 IMlas MKr Hondnx and Claude Atchison visited WT Atchteon nr Nicholas countyfrom Saturday till Monday Will Little tun waved to Slim Wondards farm last week Mr Fuls of Fleming county moved to D H Hendrixe farm last week RJ Anderson and tenant Wil Ham Hawkins sold to T G Dung erty about 1300 lbs of tobacco nt fee Vt T Woodard sold toDaugh erty at 8c The nick of this part are improv ing TJo many friends of I Niowell hope to see him out soon and they feet the some hope of Riley RodgerscThe farmers of this part seem toe a little late with their plowing account of BO much ruin the ast two weeks but very little breaking done here yet Crooks Mrs Jeff Davis is quite sick Asa Roihwclj moved to Preston Sunday S V Jphnfon bought Jeff Davis crcqjof tobaccofit fa per pound Walter Barnes of Chambers Station visited his parents here Mrs S VJohnson lent aLex ingtnri hospital under treatment of n doctor Mrs Press Rarnes and daughter OvingsvilloSaturday Mrs J D Turlev and daughter of Salt Lick vibited relatives here last weekvSH Johnson and Stone Per gram wet to Cincinnati Monday on business Mrs Overton June of Mont aomery county is visiting h Cru brothers Sam nod Robert Crooks Miss gillie Johnson and little t niece Irene Nixon visited relatives ut Salt Lick Sunday and Monday Mrs Df S Nixon went to Mid City Saturday to see her- daughlorMril Tom Satterfieldwho is quite sickoD S Nixon sold to allr Hor ton of Montgomery county 8 head of steers rind u cow and calf IAton average of 3450 Miss Collie Jackson wont to eee her neither Mrs Gorge Jackson Ht Poplar Flat Ustweefcr The Utter If quite eiclf f ffc 7 I 1 it of Id 1 Sato ValleyIM fl Enoch Sorrell is f liII g till butter I1Iiutie Sundayschool JirrcuvrrySqmlny eve ning fAddle Jonip iittctnleu Court t Fleniingstiur aionduy i Sum Siiuitz ami wife t isMteilJack y and wife atWyoitiingSujiduy We are having II jjcat dcidot ruip which is delaying farm work Mrs Mull Sncdegnr yifited r brother Win LovvrynearCruig tidaywHenry Tincher and wife visted Hiijjh Loxvry and wife aiSitll Lick i turday and Sundny Zilch Statnn iindeon George of M tnt Lick moved lait wejik into one of Win Atchisuns housed Grange City R II Rice foOt n horse to J M Newman for J40IMi8i4 Ivi te began sub scription school hero aioniluyt J ai No win ii n oldII cow and calf lo J L Snelling for 10 t itMiey sited Miss Addle NewniaFri tlU y airs Newton Johnson nnd 5HsB Aiititt Royce were in Fletnfn sburg Thursday Misses Kate Hawlin s imdMnmle Myers of Hillsboro visited lhs Connnu Collivcr Sunday night 1 M Wnlton wife and daughter Lillian Thomas of Poplar Plains visited Wui Estill and faiuilyj3uif tlar Miss Fannie Thompson visited hpr sister Mrs M C SnunderB at Poplar Plains SIte was Hccmnniin led home by her niece aiiss Mary aionu Saunders 1 Olympia H O Irwin anil wife spent ti m- eritfl of the week in Louisville Porter Case returned Tuesday after a few weeks btuy in Tennes see Ulny Shultz came 5n Thursday from u 3nionllis stay at Paint Greek W Va All Jnekson wife and children of Frankfurt came Wednesday to visit fiends und relatives Herbio Cosligan and Geo Jones came hume Saturday utter three months etuy at Oakley WVa John Jackson and wife of Suit Lick visited his pHrentsWilTjiick sun and wifeSalurduy und Sunday A young minister IruiuMiuebeiid il licit Elder EE DuwsonV appoint ment hire Saturday tIIJIIt und Sunday TiiB SICK Uncle Perry TjhruJther IinJerswry lowl MrsL ihtr is not so well Lloyd Cnsugan hat bemi very Hick J iitSvutrLsesiwc IutIl1Id- ti II vJjt JlIsWilt rIr G r a fterllfI v rnl nioiitli II YIII Turners Stttlinn ly c Salt Licku Born Mardi 22 to Elbirt John son unit wife u Son V Miss ElIIllrillirPtllr i fr bil- louisville Saturday night Miss Lillie Inhmisoi of Prtrgipn came Sunday to visit relatives Bro Porter of Licking l hion Is a ecistilig tIn Hunt In his revival George Dickerpon and Wife 01 Rugland spent Saturlltty uid Sun day here MrsMlnntebeberope Ellington and two daughters arrived lust rellThewill h11e8I1on to join air Uuldwell in West Virginia f The State Counsellor of tlicOrder ofDof A met with tine local order Tuesday of last week Deputy Coliectnr Insko of Lev ngon and us Deputy aiBrshu Press Jackson a in Pow li county and captured ii 6o gal still the past wtlekl1ho destroyed 1500 It 18 gallons of whisky LeeChambers and Win Dunn were operating the still at the time and were taken prisoners Stoops Jilost of our farmers have tub cc co plants up Born March 21 to Sam Piersall and wife a son Mrs Thomas McCIainof Springr fl cldisquitesickTbeparson said the peaches were killed has missed it so far Rev J B Meacham is scheduled to preach at Springfield next Sfu day morning Clarence Warner of Judy will work with hIS brotrjerinlaw Hack Shrout this year inp MrsT N Goons nnd Miss Nc- otns of North aiiddletown were here last week Bridges Bros bought from YW Sounders of Sharpsburg a fun 3yeatold gelding for 150 The young folks enjoyed social t Richard Wills Friday nightAsk any of them regarding tho casuul ep The wheat in this vicinity has grown out considerably Some far men already have theirs engaged at 75o per bushel Tobacco buyers cleaned up the ld crop of tobacco in this neigh borhood lust week at prices ranging from 7 and 3o to llc straight m The Outlook and Weekly Commercial Gazette i year or14o p 1 tIel erlJAj td L L s eiStOnJ W 0 Ciirnntrr a Iii hQ hi en jiik aili to Iiiui III hue ynnl prutty iJiiys- T frI 1rpru In her vlm IhF at uIureliuuluieitCsI Ills run and wife Sniuliiy Lu Iiu yeLl e Thompson tit Mt Sterling is here iritini his uncle Win Alexander und wife George MnxIryV fat heri IihiiW of near Ituld Engle was here visit ill g Mr Moxlty mid fainilyStiniliiy clGOIlc1plIlIllr tI tighter Mother and child doing ell Mr Chins Ray gone to M t Ster ling to see the doctor md have her throat ami eyes doctored every once in a while M L JUlie of Odessa was heio several days last week visiting friends and relatives and doing suuie collecting Miss Mutlic PUJne DUel her niece MU Lena Iurker epcnt froniTliuiH day till Saturday w t W II B ov ins und family at Mi Sterling Mostof our lobucco growers bate s gcctImilihu falling through of tlioAsbOeln tion is what d d them up tlinnet Elti ridge who was called lo Fnrd Ivy by ihe elllhIIf his brutlierin low Charles Willoliee lust Thursday arrived Monday morning Paying IIIH brotherinlaw Wits killed by the cart Reynoldsville Sum Doggctt is sick The children of A D Hums and G 1J Boyd have the tuuuiptj Silan Corbin spentMonduy night with Will Keii its ut Eutt Union Alfred Eden of nearSlmrpsblirg vUited Marl Dunnldsun Thursday tliuhtMrs Milly Williamson of near Sharpsburg pent lust week wit n hsA U Burns Charles AVilson und wife of near Mt Pleasant visited Gould Clark and wife Sunday Mark pnnuldxon George Clark Job Hunt and luau Everman wore in Carlisle Monday Mrs Bettio Williiinis commenced u spring school here Monday with very good attendance Daniel Palmer and wife of the Mt Pleasaifi vicinity npntSundu with Sum Doggett and wife Toui Evtrrunri sold and delivered his crop of Uibiiuc raised on M urn bi ijaldsinj farm tuFreochmot Cur Utile at dc tier lb JaniKS SnedegHrxvife and dliigh ier ii uizelien I f roam jSuniiuy uiiiil Tuesday with T nn Sliedegar and wile utWht Oak Mrn WL Phiripnnd s Earl unit Eugene snei t f ruin Tliufdav f until Siihiliiyfnviih Mrn Aliunnzt Uine on Ujlxr Prlctiljr Ash tniICbaievirfn were miefts uf W L Plielps unit wife biinilay Misses Lizzie DnHldon nf iiet ait Pliisui lit Mntlie Kiiuxof linl1 rlyanoIuryIi Hiiyd Sunday = ES SHERIFFS ISFOR i TAX ES On MONDAY Apr llO 1905- ICounty Court day the undersigned will el the fol lowing property to secure payment of taxes Sales highestbidder Alum City Oil and Gas CoAL the leases in Book No 59 in the of lice of tbo BitthCountyCotirt pages 92 and 100 on the lands of James Alexander and George T VillniiDS umountingtuTrenton Oil and GAB CoAll the leases in Book No 58 in the office Countyron the lunda of Wm Hines and Mar garet Pergraoi and GeoNPergram amountingiySt Louis Oil an d Gus Co All the leasss In Book 58 in the blllce of the Clerk of Bath County olirt pages 370372375 on the lands rf Joshua Owings heirs Vm E Jones EHis ingrani andol the piping casing drill tools anti machinery for drilling oil wells on the lands of Tnulton Embry Cad and Riley lograni for year 1904 amounting to 2970 Kentucky RagandNOil nnd Gass coAll the leases on the Cogsswells farms Joo and Bath county and all of the piping e e casing and other machinery on aid t farms for the years otIG03Ind1004 amounting to the sum of 12075 SETUBOTTS Sheriff Butli Co o 1 I r jtIz0t fy JI itJ1 I 1J tIIi J1if T r i t it MoneyIn you are industrious and capable you can make money there The big ranches IIE up into small farms that need more workers to care for the increased product The towns andcities are prosperous because the country ia prosperous youhaveI rent one on shares and pay for it out of the product in a few years We will send you descriptive booklets and folders giving full information about the money making opportunities for every member of the family You want to see what the country is really like you can go there work a few months enjoy the delightful climate the flowers fruit and scenery axidearn enough to pay your expenses both Ways by taking advantage of tlle- Bargain RateslEvery Day March 1 to May 15 a t 33 From Chicago 30 Prom St Louis J For oneway colonist tickets Correspondingly reduced rate from almost any point East The trip is easily and comfortably mado via tho Rock Island Two routes ono through New Mexico the other through Colorado Through tourist cars hours quicker than any other line Double daily tourist service via El Paso triweekly via Colorado DinIn car service and frCo reclining chair cars both routes Tho Rock Island has representative throughout the United States they are travel expert and can save you money You ecu have their assistance in arranging the California trip for the taking Consult your home ticket act or write to tho undersigned for our California book andcomplete folder Across this Continent in a Tourist Sleeper Remember the Rock IJancl ma morn tonrtit carl to CaliforaU tiy oiler route Many of them are of llio latest pattern with wido windows lavatory mid Itoilet rooiaa for both men end women umuually larce and complete in their appointment I i ICut out Icdvertiiemenl mUll paee below nad mail ta II JOHN SEBASTIAN 1 I Paiienter Traffic Manager Rock bland Srtteo N j ratraiedCiI AQ I expect to leAve for California about ELPASO t and would like Information iouIROUTE lauuL euiiuil N 00 MdscaiS44 ppS CiCW r ik PtTIIc oN MONDAY APRIL 10 195I attheCoaithouse doOr ii vIlgs rCo Kentucky we will sell to the highest bidder the llice farm or 117 neves more or less subject to survey situated near Mid land City on Licking river Bath duIitf Ky known as the property of Wm und the heirs of F M Ewing Iiglltt Terms Onethird cash onethird year and one third in two years bearing 0 per cent interest Purchaser must jiay the taxes This land will be sold to make a diYision WILLIAM WRIGHT Owings TurnByG tskil1I WANTED Energetic trust worthy young man or lady to toke orders and collect for responsible house 2 60 to 4 per day 250 guaranteed Chance for advance nunt E r BITROKSS District Manager Tilton Ivy WIoCIIRll DENTIST Elliott building opposite Qwingb House rOWINGSYILLE KY California California entertains every year a host of visitors By reason of this she has gained a Lotion for hospitality California wants you to visit her this spring hlikeservice from Chicago or St Louis to the Golden State As a special inducement greatly reduced rates are offered doily March 1 to May J5 Ask your home agent or write to John Sebastian Traffic Manager Hock Island SystemI Chicago BLUE GRASS Nurseri e sISPRING 19051 Trees by the million fruit and small fruits grape vines asparagus rhubarb and ev Nstablishmenthe planter anti have no agents Tree and strawberry catalogues on application to c H F dLLiflgtOP 1 Dif r tt 2 f AUCTIONEER tjUyou want the services of ari auc reasontGEORGE H GUDGELL Odessa KyChf JB a i f1 riChiefQwhlgnilleof his yearling lt sold for 150 and 125 was refused last lull for one of his sucking colts Thif orse will make present Benson at ld Perry Goodpnster place at 10 DawsonArnoll I C O RAILWAYr Trains 22 and 23 carry Dining service Meals alacnrte TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT 271903ITIME or TRAIS ATPRESTOHSTATION Eastbound No 26 954 a m N o22 1249 p m No 24 1005 P ni Westbound No 21 648 a mjo 23 143 p miNosj fS iSr LH1 J JONES t Livery Fedd Sale StabloJ1 OWINCSVILLEi KY leadqtiurferti for morsu anti iiit Sf dealprs IVlephoiieTcpiineC with riton Staticifu r r SSH Oni SHI raPiGptl1lIe4atitorePrII + ii 1 MJ1 4II2I4LiMAecl5e4MKJ r RoQ NQrris t old5cutstown hill og 1blacksmithingWood and carriajpe and Wfgy painting Secondhandu buggies and new BreaIc carts for sue I l h i j r Hnr i t t 1 li f ttlf atterontL- ctto 1t from J r tf11 t E 3 f aIJ Urope 1 j 1 H 1 jVil1 be n ALeading Feituie J k 0fTheor ir t Courier2f 11f t 1l2ll fgrlng 1 905itIt There wilt be many other i1 attractive departmcntah1 gnIpgto make aqmplete jnows nperot ott v Mail Este- eDaily one year iJ 6StDaily and S ndayiyear8 LcpCOLJRIERJOURNALCO LOUSViLLE KYyrl1JJ 7 rBj a Special Arrangement j fget I vr ok The Outlooki 1w and The WEEKLY COURIKR flJOURNAL both one ye foronly fZIJ dkr1 wcl on subscriptions under thif i 1 combinutioR offer must fe 8wJ hro Tox QCTw r nl i t j f a t 1