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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0rIAt 1 rrf d j III or r t t Ait t 4j J c 4 i F l tS i s w Its i f J Tbt Jtuirtoill uttok IL T E J I VOL XXVI OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 20 1905 NO 40I t l Drink NVoSnuoottte Pop iSO r itV uy lllowingmacbine lC J A Power r Y ForX nobby bat see Brother yn r Urotber t The White wwingmnchltfe is as popular OB ever J i EvWtl1ing Orstclaes in lard iudBrotIIcr8iL macfiines authorized re agent of TOE OUTLOOK to collect Look at oar 60c shirtB- UQTHEII k BROTHER Go to J M Brothers drug slore fur watt paper and garden seeds g Mitchell wagons at Aj E L A T ByaoNs P Dr GW Conner makes teeth iiiJi from the cheaoest to th best 10 4f T M Perry k Co Lave the lat 1 est patterns of wall paper 4l Lr The Union and Black Hawk L7corn drills arc sold byBudBroth er IGetthe Stoddard disc harrows +I ttndhayrakeaatE Bvronfl L fc A 1f Get the prices on Mens and Boys nits at the Racket Store be 1 bra buying Brother Co have u full stock of Jiarrowe cultivators and double shovel plows I y tJ American lady corset the best i jilt 9corsetwado Forsalo by lirotli Ji U L Lane is agent for Wieder I man bottled beer and Budweiser bottled and keg L Douglas shoes None betterC 350 1260 225 For tJ d iJ Brotber Brothergi Dulchesu pantsEery body wears I201 them 1a rip lOc button For itlo by Urther Brother l f All who have property to tell at 3 public auction call on M D Furls 11liewill give satisfaction g In Mllwl1ukpo nnd Deering mOWQ II njyl binders Ic i E L A T Braox v A carload of the Ohio Farmers f I Fertilizer the best try It rAruuy ltvsnN Coal liardh 1dJ line of cook stoves and it IT JOur ii complete See them them BTBON Uuue 1 Young housekeeper try Ityrnn lie fur Yflurhul ktplngnutfitl I JIheywill sill you atlae tiguro tf IDr G W Conner the dentist H upciOdnntundcr und all improved Anaesthetic for tIi r pninless es Itrttctkin of teeth Leave your order fur fertiUzer tllE L ct A T Brnm and 1kto fJ RihcIithe bott corn and tobacco bs 1 producer on the market p t 4 The BimpleBt stronRest and best fllecbarrow on the market is thk J dfttnr sale by Hude Bratber Dont fail to try one Get 100 lbs ol Reads tobacco in JI reitlizerto r your plant bed WhiCh guarantees your plants at 4t ELATBvuoE8- b paperf1 iTntl iia1t rnp RO to T M Perry to Co 4 1 Will Imvo full line of new bugyl I J gles at prices that ere right i c few days il ESTILL HotlJLEER Co 7 f Brown and Successor two horse I Crorno ELArATBrROKj tIs A large assortment of uptod te Ii buggy harness beht handmaoe t rS1t gondsat reasonable prices Try thea COHBOYB Mt St9rlingt You will Wet results If you use Ohio Farzu rs Fertilizer on yor crept U will double Try It on i erything For sale by A IJ Dawt tt con at co tl yard tt See 8tilldc Honnkers line of breakcHTjLlanithovel plow Full j i inJTo7P borno form machinery J inclkdJBg binder mowers rake Randall barrowi etc ji i 1te Buy YOW binder and mower St L i 1f Brother 8c Co sell the Me ti Cormlekand keep a full stocko v r repairs which Is worth Considering I I wtenbuvingamachiney You do not know what a smallL 1 amQuntof fuel it bikes to i sieal until you try a Leader cool fctoveor range Leave your order wthBud Brother for one 50etthi tried tested and trust I ilnGrove1Sunrise and Bakowe tbeookitnvesOlWerplow BalUMit r e disc harrow They will do the work E L ct A T BYRON f yiz T JaB IfRJNTtsa Kemember that printr4r 1frAi receipts invitations and nil sorts ofbissie8statfonery on the best 4 1 awckII tasterutetyle at the mos- tj k f 4 CfeMonable prices Conpare our 3 i Work with that turned out by any 2 job MceandyouwIhl find it to year adrantago to have us do your j work I 1 We ahoprint posters dodgers tc t1 fwsphleW ind every tbjng usually 1 1 tiradoutbyacountryJob office 1 We baye on hand for sale in any Jmaatlty blanl deeds jaortgnges Uleas- ep and oluer hlanka I I f r Il4 F4 tA pIs 5r lrN Sc4 ir I sLd l 1 l PERSONAL 4awrence Fassoit of Stoops lIs town SaturdaySiB Frank Perry and Ford Patter j lion ore In Cincinnati f Royso Allen and wile of Millers burg are visiting Mrs Jll Hughes I Lleutrell Fassett of Kansas City was tho guest of A W Bas coui Saturday Judge C W Ooodpastor and Ar thur T Byron were in Mt Sterling Friday I Miss Ella Ratllff returned homoto Sharijsbiirg Saturday after a visit to Miss Ellen Butts Henry Watson of Mt Sterling wlis here some days the past wcekvJn talepliono business John R Summons pent from Sat tardiiy until Monday with relatives unit friends at Carlisle Emmett Frntmnu wife aiil little daughter Aline wont Thursday to visit relatives In Lexington Little Minerva Ricketts Scott of Sherburne visited her aunt Mrs JIM Goodpaster tho past week Mr and Mrs II T Hopkins went to Lexington Monday to see Mary Mannerlng nt the operahouse Mrs John W Honaker and babyX Robert Leo went Thursday to spend week with relatives In Mt Sterl agT S Shrout and family Gay Slirout finch wile spent from Saturday till Monday with J R Slirout and family near Sbnrpsburg J W Vice and family of Odessa will leave this week to make their home In Cincinnati where ho will irobably engage in business Elder T W harrison of Lexing ton passed through Saturday to reach nt Falrvlow Fleming county Sunday returning Monday Jud o C W Goodpnster and wife spent from Saturday till Tuesday with the latters parents Joseph Mc AUster and wife III Mt Sterling Mrs U V Darlington neo Lldav lark and baby daughter of Covj came Saturday to bo ofPeeletiMrs Y II Strossman and litttle son John Allen anti Miss Mary Boyd Marshall utter a visit to Mrs James 1 Rots returned twine to Mt Sterling Friday Dr and Mrs H J Dally were uestsof Mr and Mrs C W Kln r i Carlisle last week Mrd Dailys sister Miss Lucy Bruce King accom unled them homo C S rOjmpleml1t1ot MOllre old IIIOUt for Hurst Home Insurance Co fur Batb und Meholas counties a l hem Tuesday on lUHiniKK for oc company which he reports flour lug Elder Ro ert Campbell arrived Saturday to assume Ins position us pastor of the UliristianCburciiwlieru prenchfd Sunday morning and night His family will remain at tl o Oulie farm near Lancaster until ter AHwuiil carpets See Brother d rot her Hughes Atkinson of Flat Creek Bcld to Claude Foley twenty 100 Ib heats at oc VlLook at Brother Brothers granite 25c carpets They are retty on tho flour Oliver means the btlItto b- tauht in chilled plows has no- quisi For sale by Byron Brns Rtmcmber this Main points are quality anti price You find hem in Conroys saddle and bar ness goodp Mt Sterling iTtiiiKAK CARTSI Have us cood u rtak cart us you ever saw hand inude with the best springs with cushion and all straps ready to hitch for ft Dont buy until you see ilrese carts 4t T S SIIBOUP iSJiperior corn drills best and e pest SoldbyL E A T BYRON Lessons in economy are found in buying saddles nnd harness from onroy Mt Sterling where you get I quality at low prices et the genuine Brown double bjvel IXL 5 tooth cultivatorNono utter limos Bnos ASJTi4cventyflvet delivered June lat 4ic lIe de slivered 12 weighing 700 lbs touii t 4ie RwUet their crops with tho Bcuiis to bacco setter have met with best UuccesB You had best figure with 8Ud Brother for onp EOFIT MADE IK BDZIKO By buying my buggies in parlqad lots I get 31 buggies laid down nt Pres ton for 35 where it would cost me 100 to ship them a few at a time By buying in car load lots I can save S on each job So my profits saved in large quantities If you want a buggy of any quality I will money on it sure for cash T S SnuouxJyou check lines collars ftniea traces Get our prices ELATJITRON COULUNT AonEt the meet Ing offh City Council last Friday night the promoters of the proposi d new telephone exchange applied for a franchise making a bid of ten dollars for same The Council was willing to grant the franchise pro vldedthe new company would agree to make connection over all the lines in the county controlled by Ii at the rental of 125 per month for resIdences the other rates to bo those charged by the Owlngsvilie Telephone Co s exchange viz 2for business house 150 for phy 81 cl tins and lawyers offices and 1 for private residences Tbe cpm pany wouldnt come to the terms for county connection at12G and there the matter remains iij tjf J cJ J if t y IXBuy your ppring suit front Broth er Brother J i Brother k Brother want you to came and see their clothing before youtnrge harness lap dusters nnd whips 1q E Lt AI BYRoN jilte Bernie tobacco setter will pay tithe season BudBroth rr will sell you one on easy terms jpall on hi- mrfluaaiasT S Slirout keeps a sleRCohllnbusLamontes Rutturinati Luthsand many others at the lowest prices two wareroonis fullor cash or pIdit It I S Snitour lrho prospect for a large cropof tobacco plants was never better and now is the best time to figure on a tobacco setter Bud Brother sells the Bemis and it really is tho only setter offered that will do the work especially on rolling or hill side land CHRISTIAN CHURCH Services at the Cliliclitin Church next Sunday at 11 oclock a in and at 730 pm Subjects of sermons The Resur rection and Change of Heart Everybody is invited to be present Special music ROUT 11 CutLaELLM mister MOVED TO VIRGINIA Mrs Vm RunquiEt who with her husband removed from Knox City Mo to Bend Louisa Co Va last Decem her writes that site would like to hear from her Buth county relatives and friends She pays she likes her new home hits made sonic garden set omo hens anti is preparing to liyoln Old Virginia style s i OHBTM BOOGIES As there are always some people that want to buy n buggy at the catalogue house prices 1 have added a line of cheap er buggies and have plenty of theta in stock in leather trimmed top buggies 37 leather quarter top and leather cushion back 42 full leather top 47 leather quarter top rubber tire 54 Dont order or buy a cheap buggy until you see these 4t TSPimoLT Six OCLOCK DINNER Mrs James M Roes gave a six oclock dinner of three ciitirfes Ue Thursday evening Covers were laid for twelve as follow Mr ScottGood p alter and Miss Ella Bailiff of Gudgell4dAle Sterling Mr Rex Cornelisiui inl ills Ellen Bolts Mr Ellis ityrmi and Miss Mitry Gudgell IrIJoe Conner and Miss Louise Gud gell Mr Juuics M Ros and Mrs W II Simossthiutiif Mt Sterling CUTTING AFFRAY WcdnetdlYI afternoon of lust week John Owens of Carlisle cut a gash on the right iheek of Juinen Culvert of Slier burne that require twelve stitches to sew up The cutting tookplnce t TJ Jones livery stable Owens claimed to have paid out money IilrI Calvert which the tatter refused to pay back Owens left on tout but wan overtaken and arrested near Rcynoldavillo by Town Marshal W F Mark and Arthur PowerHo wits tried before Police Judge NRPat terson Saturday and was bald over to Circuit Court under 300 bind which he give and was rele sedN- HCRT IN RUNAWAY On Sunday i April 9 Freeland and FrancesDick en aged thirteen and nine years respectively accompanied by their father John Dicken near Bethel rode two colts to water On lbo return trip the boys rode the colts around Ina playful way The colts concluded to run oil with the buys and took them on a wild race France felt off and was rendered unconscious for several hours by his head striking rock He was in a eetfo condition tmat the latest report The other boy stuck to hits cIahd canto out allright BOOGIES SOlDr S Slirout lute sold tbe following persons buggies carts and spring wagons since March Owillgsvllle precinct Michael Carpenter Jr Odd ManleyRobert Bristow M Halley Chester Graves Altuanza Stone David Basford John W DawsonMIesCnrrleNixoh Wyoming precinct LeeButcher N Butler Jobn Sorrell South Sherburne JohnW Boyd John Stevens Bethel precinot PhnntleyStoner James Mnxcy- Sharpsburg preclnot Stonie CoyleNlcholascountI J Rey noldsMontgomery countyJ E Hel tonFleming county Delia Vice Clark countyJohn McGlotbln TIlE WEATHER The weather gave this section the cold shoulder Friday It got its back up higher Saturday OnSunday it outraged every feeling of decency by pulling off several mow storms and one firstclass Dakota blizzard during the latter of which tho thermometer fell about thirtyflvc de grees in that many seconds rising nearly as much Of teen minutes lat ter Sunday was about as disreputable u day for weather as the April record can afford An hour of that blizzard would have frozen people and stock to death outdoors Monday and Tuesday were raw days Ice froze and lasted all day Sunday The ground was frozen at night a number of times The early gardens and fruit are bound to be damaged NEARLY 1000000 ins GROWN Foreman Clayton of tIle Stone k Robertson tobacco warehouse hole sys his firm at their warehouses here and nt Bethel have received close to 1500000 lbs of Both cropLlieyFlomingobiirg which hits received a half million pounds of Fleming county tobacco Mr Clayton esti mates the unsold tobacco in Bath cropTheof the independent buyers in Bath is 2500000 Ibs Tho AmcricanTo bacun Coa buyers have purchased a half million or moro pounds So the total crop will amount to about 37f 0000 lbs WIDOW SUES Mrs Maria E Maze widow of James 11 Maze of Salt Lick has brought suit in Cir cuit Court to break the will of her late husband who left an estate If 25000 to 30000 8000 in each to his children aiming to divide it equally according to advancements made to some of them Ills sons James M und John W Maze were made executors of the will The widows petition alleges that n marriage contract was obtained lifter marriage by fraudulent menus and without consideration The widow was a Miss Moore and was roared by exSpeaker Moore of the Kentucky House Representative of Harrison county She was firstI married to Solomon Royseof NichI olas county who afterwards canto to Farmers Rowan county She was married to Squire James 11I Maze in 1890 LETTER FROM DOWNEY DAY Co OKLAHOMA April 3 JJ05We have had tho hardest winter ever known here Snow fell the Mm of December and was on the ground all the time until tho first of March There were 15 snows in all and about 4G itches d ri theI winter The thermometer reJisterI ed as low as 16 below It ieft the ground in flute fix with plenty of moisture in iI and it huts been raining plenty since We have theI best protptct over known at this c titan ot the your for good cropsThe weather is fine now Some linielicd planting corn in Match Grass 012 the prairies is green and stock livIing on it Alfalfa is six There will not be ns much e iWaSelse There Is more land to rentttitan there are renters Some ittrillrents for ihothirul und fourth Evfcrything is but cotton j it is t the Lindloid There is plenty of claims to fell trout 300 up tob1500 We hnvo some prospect f r railroad If there was otto built land would soon go up If we hud a railroad this country would be upII with any part of Western Oklaho u in ajnow a phone line through herewhich willi connect Grand the county with Elk City Several school houses were built last fall and school is being taught in almost every district I wish the correspondents would be more prompt with their items especially Licking UnionpI wish THE many renders grout success Very respecitullyt IN MEII0OIAIIOn rriday eve IjlaineVhaleyMrs E T Whiley died ot brain and spinil trouble just at the stroki of 10 oclock lIe was born Ft10 1899 aged 6 years 1 month ant 21 days Allen was a bright and sweet child making friends with every one here and in Ohio which was his home for 14 months Every thing was done for him that loving hands could do but Jesus needed little Allen and death gained the victory Their only consolation is that their darling is in Heaven lie was sick only a little over a week but his sufferings were great Ills poor worn frame will nevermore be racked with the agonies of pain Suffering is atan end nndI his dear little soul Is at rest We know it is hard to give himI up but bereaved ones be consoled by the words of our blessed SavlorI when He said Suffer little ren to como unto Me and forbid them rotfor of such is theltingdom of Heoven1t We would say to tho bereaved parents brothers and sigI ters Do nut grieve hut think he Is at rest free from all sin and be ever ready to meet the sweet one that has passed away Ther remains were followed by aIlarge concourse of sorrowing rela tives and friends and laid to rest in the family burying ground by the side of his infant brother at 3I oclock Saturday afternoon- A bud the Gardener gave us- A pure and lovely child He gave it to our keepIngITo cherish undefllod But just as It was opening To the priory of the day Down came the Heavenly Angel And took our bud away Those little lips so sweet to kiss Are closed forever now Those sparkling eyes that shone so bripht Beneath that pearly brow i That little heart that bent so high Free from all care Bud gloom Are hIdden now from he loved Beneath the silent tomb ONE WHO LOVED Hut Weekly CourierJournal and Outlook one year for 16i l 7 f We buy woven fence barbed nnd smooth wire Mitchell wagons disc harrows hay rut kes fertilizer in curloud lots which enables us to Pell you Itt a close figure Dont forget these facts and get our pric es on any of these goods before buying BYRON limos OLDEST TRACK IN AMEIMCA The track of the Kentucky Racing As sociation at Lexington is tho oldest anti most historic race course III America It had been allowed to go to wreck and would huvo bOIl cut up into town lots by its owner a St Louis real estate dealer had not the Pittsburg millionaire coal king Capt S S Brown come to the rescue Capt Brown feels a great interest in Kentucky nail simply for the sake of preserving the fam ous track he paid 35000 for it and has expended 140000 in im provements on it As might be ex pected it is now tho handsomest and moat complete racing plant of its size in America Capt Brown also determined to revive racing at Lexington lie reorgnnized the Kentucky Racing Association form ed originally in 1826 with such men in its hoard of directors as Col K F Clay of Paris j Mr J N Camden Jr of Versailles Mr C F McMcelcin and Mr J S StoII of Lexington A spring meeting of six days will be held ut Lexing ton May 3d to Oth Such famous events as the Distillers Handicap und the Phoenix Hotel Stakes for which a decade a ro the greatest horses in America contested will again be witnessed and the meet log promises to be a tremendous success Reduced rates will be offered by all the railroads BAnnED WIRE MUST GoNo sensible farmer now buys dangerous barbed wire for fencing Itywill not turn stock any bettor plain wire and its dangerous char acter is shown in the ugly scars ontIn horses nnd cattle everywheret Thousands of good are renIdercd of practically no value in theyuho ring because of bya barbed wire wuundJ But in buying wire fencingiii r ways buy wrought iron instead uCs steel Tho hitter rusts quicker and breaks while good iron wire will nst many times longer The av rage dealer does not know thniteal wire Is comparatively worth- ess He simply buys what lie- hiiuikt tba farmer wants at the bestt eriii5 Ire can and sell a it to at t prullt1hereisallYuymore rolit in selling cheap stuff tofarmers than good stuff al theiproper price Neither is there any III complaining to the jobbers ecause they follow the same methods ns the retltilersIJThe manufacturers are ric who can give up cheap wire nd the question is how to roacha them Tho only way ii by creat inga demand for wrought iron wire and the onlyway to do that s to ask for wrought iron wire whenever you have an opportunity whether you want it or not Do not buy any other wire if you can possibly help it When the retailer finds that theEfarmer is on to his business nows what he wants he will 1 zipw ly to the Jobber anti the the manufacturer and when the mill man understands thatdis a widespread demand the entire country fur wire of the oldfashioned sort tbat hud some wear in It some one or other of the brunches of the trust will un dcrtake to supply it Then if the farmers ate willing to pay what J that class of wire is worth the problem will be solved Kentucky Farmer and Breeder LETTER FROM EXCITIZEN OFBATH Moses T Hendrix received let ter of date April 5 1905 from our excitizen A B Barbce of near Sherburne whose address is nowR F D No I Greenfield III We ma lie extracts us followstWe have hud the fittest weather o androads here ever saw Old peopled say there was never such a here before We arovery busy farming thnvol acres for corn und 20 acres OOIP have 20 acres of sod broken and are now plowing stalk land Corn is worth 45e here Everything is higher here than at home or in KysI of here a few days ago One IlatrI unbroken twoyearold mules sold for 304three dry milch cows for 45 58 and 60 respectivelyas pacing mare that I worth 80 sold for 140 We have the pnlyfpair of work mules Ive seen here had several chancel to sell but couldnt do without them a Nerva gave nine cents a poundr for her chickens Roosters never ovor4c in Kyand nreJc herehAnnas ware is doing very she will be blemished The agent at Greenfieldsent in his report to see if wo can get damages from theI railroadIWell Mo so THE OUTLOOK has never come j the women look for it everyweek I thought maybe YOIII had made n mistake and sent it to Greenvlew instead of Greenfield hWe have a nice place and nreI all well satisfied John says heI doesnt like t for if a clip comes off of his singletree ho cant find a rqcVtotirlve it on Wo sent the paper toGreenvIew 111 until the postmaster therein formed us that it wasnt called for Ed d t y Kentucky and Kontucklans Hex P Cornelieon in TiicCento Centre College Danville Ky In the last edition of The Cento Ihrellppeutcd an article entitled Sccnelltwhich I rend with no little amount of amusement mingled with feel byMidea of giving to my old friend who are readers of the Cento just what the people of the country gen erally really think of Kentucky und her famous citizens nnd in so doing I hope you will be generous enough to pardon nny imperfection in diction or style Many people in Kentucky have reignerluksins and bold bad individuals j und 1 will soy that most people have rtltllJdpscould not bo satisfied without a combat they would not puss nKen tuckian without some respectful consideration A Kentuckiun wherever he goes is extendeda most cordial welcome as n man among men Her suns nnd daugh ters are respected and Icnn but add iuhnlre everywhere by all people and at nil times tendered the most courteous and profound treat ment and gracious consideration Iillstate and territory of theAmerican Union and with sonic who hail from countries that lie beyond the seu and it is with much pleasure anti happiness that I say with them all a Kentuckian is considered sec ond to none Should you go out into the broad area of the United and tell those with whom ou cliancu to meet that you owe allegiance to fond memories that luster around the fireside of n lit amongueface brighten up which assures ati that he will nt once impose in ou the confidence of a friend Those who have not come in di eeL contact with people from other andwho live in a state of hmrsdy and tradition confidently believe that they are regarded an e ace of intoxicated feudists which s an erroneous conclusion You will find the vast proportion of Americans are not strictly prohibi tionists and are nut wholly averse o enjoying witha friend those sweet complacent joys which flow rom a delicious concoction of spir tus frumenti and I am pleased to know that the impression 1 have had since my early boyhood as to he light in which others looked pon Kentuckians has been fully dispelled by having been associated with people from other jurisdictions nd heard f rom theirown lips kind Continued on fourth page FOR SALE A spring houce at my farm on lat Creek has falter down and 1 ish to sell the dressed rock of hich it was composed IIIlso have fur sale one and u half wagon of unused lumber rough and- ressed and two walnut trees MISS ELLA YOU- NGCoiniuissioneis Sale E Green c PIlls against In Equity Alfred Alley Deft By virtue of a judgment and or der of sale rendered in the Bath Circuit Court at Its February term 1005 in the above styled case the undersigned Muster Commissioner will onMONDAY MAY 8 1905 utnhout 1 oclock p m proceed to- fer for suie to the highest bidder t public auction at theCourthouse oor in Owingeville Bathcounty Ky a tract of land situated InBatb county Kyon the waters of Lick og river and hounded as follows Beginning at 4 willows on the riverbank at Alfred Alleys upper corner on the river thence with said Al leys south linn N 85 W 70 poles to stake at the garden fence E ide thence S 6 E 15 poIeslOl links o a stake and stone 2 poles and IB lnk S 58 E from S E earner of born thenc N 81 W 18 poles 21- inks to a stone in center of road takO set in line at fence on E side of road thence with center of road S 19 W 7 poles to a stake thence leaving the road S 80 E passing a puar tree at center line 8tandingne foundation to an old chimney OS to 2 maples and willow on iver bank thence down the river 0 poles to the beginning contain og 13 acres of land be the samp more or less or enough thereof to produce too sum of 41961 being amount of the debt interest cost of J1i Green Sale will be made on a credit of 6 months The purchaser will lr required to execute hand withup proved security for tim purchase price payable to the undersigned bearing 6j interest from date of sale until paid said bond to have the force and elfeet of a judgment lund1toJ J Nesbitt Atty EUGENE irrNIHAN i is place to get VULCA NPLOWS4 r 1 IrheyPLOW CEAOr C kludgaiul prLcs IItlnnlllnllUe Itrecolitlig Cheek blues and Blind Bridles will outwear df the kind Como and pcc heni and I will save you fnoiuy n i give you Homemade goods that aro warranted EUGENE MINIHAN OwinfiSvSlk h === i RACKETSTORE lI J j l We UiTgeLin Yj of Spring Goods From the Eastt4 e 4 It will carrA L save you Gome in and get our prices v 1 + Curtain Stretchers 110 Paint Brushes 25iifi JOit I Wire Gulf Weaners 30c 8in Crosscut File tjt Sprinklers 4020 lOc OrnniteCbambers 0j SIIe Corn Planters COc Kitchen Lamps Ic Tin Coffee Pots 12 10 8c Chamois Skins He Granite DoubleRlcc Boilers SOc Hoys Cups 15Itkf Curry Combs 12 10 5c 3 Cakes Buttermilk Snap fi Fish Lines 52 Ic Good Bleached yd 7f Horse Brushes 25 lOc Dotted Swiss yd lOd Largo Marbles 2 for Ic 12 yd Bias Seam Binding Sc fBaseTin Ten Kettles 15c Horse IIi Razor Strops Hilf tScreen Wire yd 12 IL lOo Ladies Kid Gloves proI lit 3 Granite Pots 25 20c Safety Pins doz 5 4 3riT Willow Baskets 30 25 20o in Cotton Rope ft +t JWash Brushes 25 15 10 5c Granite Tea Kettles 4Pt L CASH PAID FOR EGGS i L vroHEFLIN fZ 1i 4 THE ONE PRICE aSCASH STOBIt t 2pCHope94 Pepperell Sheeting 2ic 5 9 u 14 20C Best Lonsdale Cambric ice Corsets 25 48 poc Best Calico 4 5c Ribbons i SI S 25 CASaFOB EGGS MRS D 3 ESTILL IWM R PETERS J rH j 1BETHEL KY3 CX Dealer in Furniture Also Undertaiver Funeral Director and Embaliiier Calls promptly obeyed day or night A Rare Musical Treat I 01Ingt3illeed to learn Unit Miss Esther Murgo lin the renewed violinist usfistfd by a corps of eminent entertainers will give a select musical concert at the CourthouFO here Thursday evening April 27 Miss Margolin has in the put few months given concerts in must of the principal cities of Kentucky and the local press was enthusiastic in their praise Miss Margolin is u violin ist of reputation throughout the country She has ztppenred before large audiences in all the principal cities Miss Sam Griimanpianist is well known throughout the State us uperformer of rare abilityMrss Clara Louise l anIle hits a sweet voice of remarkable tuniC mud hut clnirnicd thoucando Miss Ollie iggthie cornet coloinlbns io equal n the instrument She never fails to roust intense enthusiasm Herr Von Progg the impersonator is a great New York favorite and a sure cure for the blues This entertain ment will be u social event and no one should HUSH it The admission will be 35 cents 15 cents for chill dren Tickets are now on subat Ivimbroiiulis drug st- oeNOTICE The Fiscal Court will convene in on Saturdny April iJJth 1905 when they will receive settled bids from physicians to render lid1Indigentyen beginning on May let 1U05 JOHN DAUGHERTY JBF C We have all tlir larges stock and tho lowest urlir othnr Cotton io Coffee White session QuckSovicotClfornha t Rock I4uin1aji i lrtl Tour 1Thoeeplng Car RMIM HB tir California are IlrtLhllir iiiiiek lr tuna orJnthcrHuu t T rt 4tifit the demand for an up to itntu Ivice arrangement JnVi tiii ntniitr v for a now 5hieeIutllluttiti iiurroyrtlr puterr of tournt sleeper lettV 1ing Chicago daily anil reucliiiijV Los Angelesin suiruighit hourpXfo Why not III Vu the tt nnl quickSest when the tut lu tlItbrZthan the other Lillll FtiM info r nirttion fro at amy IJ kIflinl repre sentutive or front John SIhu1lln Passenger Triitll M mng r tuck islunddPHOTOGRAPHS CHAS M LYDNS will hlit r- Ovlllgilu or hit iiUi f May t remain II fetvSd in hike photo graph Gill nlittt lietllle at reasonable prior UiillantI nv sum ileSWantecrBlds aturday April 22 1905 1 L oclock p m at U O 1myloiV store at Slali illkL tlie tcuH tees of Nut lis hhisr1 N 20 will receive siii imis ti tuihlir 1trietbuilding llld shinld lo nml fur yX furnishing tilt IIIt rra1elltlid put ftiugjip the MrtnMCw ciiwifjettt aril lilHo for bfiiMijiu the hue this s t lumber III o fnrnl loil v fRight rescrtrvl toirjici uiiy itrul bids JGIEa itv iSlH luIs JlOUl1 BALLET e i l t j J o r1 1 c In I o s j i v l Ij r j K+ r flWINGSVILlE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUlL OO Publisher 1 OWINOSVILLE KENTUCKt 1THEOLD PIANO oJt The old piano with Its yellowed key And sagging strings all llccked with mottled rust lquerlliflung With the onco cherished things It shares Its tombBUt nh the strains It made when It was young The old Song Album dusty too and torn l thorrack a 1lttworn leaves halt opened at the pages Old favorites to which wo onco turned i back t Old songs the simple songs that held the heart Imlreason ot their melody anti truth coax anew the memories that startS that fountain hedd of dreams Iouryouth ii Sometimes phe goes with gentle noise Ics tread p Into that room and looks with sad dcned eyes I 3pon the album wltlf Its leaves out rpread Blent into all the dust wherein It lies AUd then as quaintly as they did of old Her fingers touch caressingly the keys I And fain would lure from times relent less hold 4 The days that died with nil these mel lodlcositting through the discords that 4 iThenoriie sounds that mock the Icherished tune There tall soft chords that float out whls ptrwlse 4 And quaver into silence like a croon turnshBut stays a halfvoiced word of luc to 0a speak Although tho old piano well mtiM know t The dreams that bring old roses to her t cheek 1 W N In Chicago Dally Tribune L i Dri and I Iy IRVING BACHELIEI A Authcr cf Eben Holdsn Dirrel of the Blessed Isles Etc J s ii Copyright um by LotaroprubUiunc Company CHAPTER X1IL CoNTixcEi 4 Soros seconds or brier silence ole lowed I could hear them slowly drip ping out of eternity In tho tick of u 14 watch near me I felt tho stare of many eyes invisible to me A broad beam of bright light shot through the C1 gloom resting full upon my face I u tartei back upon the strong hands e i behind me Then I felt my muscles tighten as I began to measure the fall t t and to wonder If I could clear the bayonets I had no doubt I was to die shortly and it mattered not to f me how bound as I was eq that It 4 came soon For a breath of silence my soul went up to the feet of God for I help and hope Then I bent my knees t bodyIan iI empty grave its heap of earth bea sIde it an island of light walled 0 with candies in a sea of gloom faces showing dimly In the cdgj oC the darkness Thank God V r shall clear the bayonets thought and struck heavily On a soft t mat covered over with green turf a little beyond that bristling bet I I stageered backward falling upon it To my surprise It bent beneath me They were no bayonets but only shells of painted paper I got to my feet none the worse for jumping and as dumfounded as ever a man could be- IiHood en a lot of broken turf with which a wide floor ha d been overlaid Boards and Umbers were cut away and tile dug beneath them I saw c lea e among others in the gloom c beyond the candle rows that of his 0 1 lordship He was coming up a little flight of stairs to where I stood He moved the candles making a small passage and came up to me 1iotmYoure R brave man said he in that low careless tone of his i And you a toward was my an n tr for the sight of biro had made a ml burn with anger 1 1 vDoat commit yourself on a point youS1 1r like your pluck and I offer you whata is given to few herean explanation r Ho paused lighting a cigarette I JJt j d Ptpod looking at him The cold po i liteneu of manner with vwbich be had l Ztakeay taunt his perfect selfmaa me with wonder He was MiAv ap tallow youth that man whoever ho Bight be He was boring at tho tIrlth the end of a limber cane 11 t as ho continued to address me iP t Now look here ho went on with j a HVUo geSlurcor his left hand bc ten o which a cigarette cSi wu burning You arc now in the t1 templeof a patriotic society acting with tid letters patent but in the good cause J stt J f hr Mot Excellent Majesty King 4i fJcorgc Ill to whom be health and lappi I ii jjj As In spoke ute name he raised hla- Kt l at and a cheer came from all sides ij Ptifus a f contJ j Bnnley a friend of his Majesty and ofa0 r i many bero present and an honored I ir Member of this order For his death 4 jouand you alone are responsible Q rf and we suspect under circumstances q of no credit to your sword Many of our people have been cut oft from 1 cowardlyst t aIcaIIhIbaVe led lnlo ambush and f cruelly cut to pieces by overwhelming t number have been shut in prison and i J done to death by1 starvation or by t tabs of a knife there In your country t Not content with the weapons of a r s soldier yOu have even resorted to the 1 of the poisonwasp Part ifi1AJn me bpt you Yankees do not seem t have any mercy or fairness for a ffpe We shall give you better treat t YouabaU not be killed like a c liiiin a trap You shall have a chance c a f4rour lifer Had you halted had I ubecn aicoward you woidnot have 1 Jiea worthytoflgljln this arena youtI gravdwou have been filled If 14 j1 comejLt J braveryr11of k I Many voices spoke the word Amen i iri InWther l jconruslpn I began to look i t my bearings I could ifcear jaV hIt the crowd beyond the t rtl igbts4Jjd a ijrmurlf voices Re r 3ectin titCTftOl manY Pillars k iiear by shot heir rays upon me I I ftelr14i jpt rm 1or W4 080 tevelwltl t1e faces Iftlae1I1 who presslogto f e itSJ9ir of UgbtEHere I took It I t T i lit forytfe I was looking ty M 7 f l 1J f I C I ii rf J Y 1 S my fir 7 o l irI 1 = 0 ip ji 1dp eiIS s I 11tllf 8 I f7 a Jrt J4Jf r L 1 Ifrtt I r t 1Jo t o fliJi i g fr 1 It i 1 I M r7 IfI 11 1 Ii KPr 1 i4 0 ll 1 at the yawning grave in the corner of this arena when foul men ascended with swords and pistols One of them removed the shackles letting my hands free I thanked him as ho tossed them aside 1 was thinking of Drl and shadimjmy eyes looked off In the gloom to see if I could discover him I called his name but heard no answer Ills lordship came over to me bringing a new sword Ho held the glittering blade before me Its hilt in his right hand its point resting on the fingers of his left It a good said he quietly try IL It was a beautiful weapon its guard and pommel and quillons sparkling with wroughtsllver its grip of yellow leather laced with blue silk The glow and the feel of it filled me with a joy I had not known since my father save me the sword of my childhood It drove the despair out of me and I was a new man I tried the blade its point upon my toe It was good metal and the grip fitted me Well how do you find It said he Impatiently I am satisfied was my reply lie helped me take off my blouse and waistcoat and then I rolled my sleeves to the elbow Thu hum ot voices had grown louder could hear men offering to bet and others bantering for odds We know soon said a voice near me whether he could have killed Uouley in a fair fight- I turned to look at those few in the arena There were half a dozen of them now surrounding ray adversary a man taller than the rest with a heavy neck and brawny arms and shoulders He had come out of the crowd unobserved by me Ho also was stripped to the shirt anti had rolled up his sleeves and was trying the steel Ho had a red bristling mus tache and overhanging brows and a vulgar face not that of a man who settles his Quarrel with the sword I judged a club or a dagger would have been better suited to his genius But among fighters It is easy to be fooled by a face In a moment the others had gone save his lordship and that portly baldheaded man I had heard him rebuke as Sir Charles My adversary met me at the center of tho arena where we shook hands I could see or thought I could that ho was entering upon a business new to him for there was In his manner an indication of un steady nerves Gentlemen are you ready said his lordship But there are reasons why the story of what came after should be none of my Ulling I leave It lo other and bet ter eyes that were not looking between flarhes of steel as mine were And then one has never a fair view of his fights CHAPTER XIV This is the story of Corporal Darius Olin touching his adventure in the Temple ot the Avengers at some un known place In upper Canada on the night of August 12 1S13 and partlcu uarly the ordeals of the sword the slide and the bayonet to which Capt Ramon Bell was subjected that night as told to Adjutant Asarlus Church at Sacketts Harbor N Y SoQn es I see whut wus up I gin a powerful lift ou thet air shacklechain I felt er give n bust A couple men cllm hut the seat front uv us n the bosses started hell bent I WENT OfT O TilET Alit TilING LUK UULLKT EGGXAClY sot up with my hands hind uv me n the wagin I kep cm there tight n stiff cs ef the Iron wus holding nv cm Could nt git no chance t say nuthin I Ray Hustled us upstairs n when we come In l thet air bg room they lulc him one way an nw notherI nt hcv no idee where I wits Felt cm run a chain through my arms careful eftcr they sot me down I sot still fer mcbbo five minutes Seemed to evrybody gone out o the place Could nt hear nuthin nowhere I le down tho chain jest cs caarcful cs I could n tuk off the blindfold T was all dark could nt see my hand afore me Crop long the floor Sect was covered with sawdust Tuk off m boots n got up on m feet n walked careful Did n dast holler Ray Callated when tho squabble come Id be ready t dew business All t once I felt a slant n the floor T was kind o sllpry n I begun tslide Feet went out from under me n sot mo down quick Tried t ketch holt o suthln Could nt hang on kep goln faster Fust I knew Id slid Inf some kind uv a box tme down quicker n scat over thet air grease a little ways out with my tow bands n bore agIn the sides o th box pow erful n stopped myself Then I up with these hero feet o mine See the top 6 the box want much more n a foot above me Tried t crawl up qgIn Could nt mek it Dum thing slanted Ink Tups hill Hung on awhile clpherin es hard es I knew how Hcarn suthln go kerslap Seem so the hull place trembled Raised up my head n peeked over my stumick down the box A bar o light stuck In away down Let my self go careful till I cud see my nose In It Then I got over on my shout der n braced on the sides o the box back gln one side n knees gMn other Sec t was a knofhole where the light cum In bout es big es a DIms wrist Peeked through n see a lot o lights n folks V beam em talklnV Ray be stud ona platform facln a big powerfulIookin cuss Hed their coats n vests off no sleeves w1ieda swords ready See there wusgc4r f be a fight Hed f snicker wili no way I cud help It fer theywanters Cud stan fore ink Thet air misable splndlln devil I tol ye boutrr konFight he says X they got t work nt the crowd begun tjamJIP n holler The big feller he come ct Roy es ef he i i cI t ItI wus goln t cut him In tew Ray ht tuk it easy n rassled the sword of the big chap round n round es cf It wus tied t hlsn Fust I know he med a quick lungo n pricked Ira n the arm Big chap was a hectic shy then Did nt come up V the scratch es smart n sassy cs hed orter Ray went cfter 1m hammer n tongs Thet air long sUm waist o hisn swayed n bent luk a static o barley He did luk joe ralghtyful hansome wish t ye cud- a seen lm thet air night Hair wus jest es shiny es gold n the light 0 them candles lIed feint an t other d dodge Judas Priest seemed so ba put tho pint o the sword all over thet air big cuss Cud a killed Mm a dozen times but I see ho did nt want t dew it Kep prlckin Im evry lunge n druv im off the boards tum bled im head over heels int the crowd Them air devils threw up thfir hats n stomped n hollered powerful es ef t were mighty fun t see a man cut t pieces Wall they tuk up another man quicker n the fust but ho wan nowhere near a big n cordy Wantonly one crack o the swords in thet air fight Could nt hardly say Jack Robinson fore the cuss bed fell Ray hurt him bad I guess for they bed plclt im up n carry Im off luk a baby lucas the boy see t he bed a good many to lick n hed nt better waste no power afoolin All t once thet air lowlived oplndllu misable devil he come t the edge o the platform n belt up his hand Soon a they stopped yellln he says Gentlemen he says sorry t tell ye thet the man fer the next bout lies got away We left him securely fastened up n the fust chamber Have bed the building searched hut aint able t find him lie must hey gone down the slide I am sorry to S3e hey no more Yankees It thIs man lights any more it will hey t be a Britisher thet goes agln Mm Is there a volunteer Ray he runs up n says suthln right n his ear Could nt hear whut t wus Did n set well T other feller he flew mad V Ray ho fetched Mm a cuff luk thet with the back uv hU hand Ye see be did n know he hed been afightln Yankees nohe did n like the idee Gentlemen says he I Ml fight anybody but ef this chap aint a coward hell fight me him self T other feller he off with hU coat n vest es quick es a flash n picked up a sword Fight then ye cub says he an they flew at each other hell bent fer lection He wan no fool with a sword nuther I can tell ye thct air splndlin cuss I see Ray lied his bans full But he wus jes es cool es a green cowcumber eggzacly Rep acuffin t other sword n let Mm hit n lunge n feint cs much cs lie pleased See he wus jest agettin his measure n I knew suthin wus sola t happen purty quick Fast I knew he ketchcd Ray by tho shirtsleeve with the pnt us Ms sword n ripped it- t the collar Scairt me so I bit my tongue watchln uv em They got locked n both swords came up t the hilts tgether with a swish n a bang huh that The blades clung n they backed off Then Ray ho begun t feint n lunge n hustle Mm Quicker n scat he gin Mm an awful prick n the shoulder I cud see the blood come but they kep agoln back n forth n up n down dcsperit The red streak on thet air fellers shirt kep agrowln Purty quick one side uv Mm wus red an t other white See be wus gettln weaker n weaker Ray cud a split Mm t the navel ef hed only hed a min tew All t once he med a jab at Ray n threw up Ms hans n went back a step er ten luk a boss with th blln staggers n tumbled head over heels in hot air open grave There wus hell t par let a minute Lot on em cllm over the row o lights yellln Ink wildcats n hauled thet air misable cuss out o the grave stud Mm upn gin Mm a drink o liquor In half a minute he up with his hankerchief n waved It over Ms head t mek em keep still Soon s they wus quiet he up n he says Gentlemen says he this en chap hes stood the test o the sword Are ye satisfied We are says they evry British son uv a gun they wus there up n hollered Then says he glv Mm th slide Ray he put down Ms sword n picked up Ms coat n vest Then they grabbed th lights n thet s th last I see on cm there Purty quick t wus all dark Hears em comin upstairs n goln cross th floor over my head Gun l think o myself a leelle bit then Knowed I was in that air slide an hed t le go purty quick Hed nt no idee where it went tew but I cal lated I wus middlln sure t know fore long Knowed when I le go I wus go In t dew some tall sllppln over thct air greased bottom See a light como down th box n a minute Hearn somebody spcakln there ct the upper end This eres th las test o yer courage says a man says he few comes hero alive n sound es you be Ye wus a doomed man Ye d hay been shot at daylight but we gin ye a chance fer yer life So fur ye TO proved ycrself wuthy Ef ye hold yer courage yc may ylt live Ef yo flinch yc Ml land In Heaven Ef ycr life is scared remember how we honor cour age Then they gin Mm a shove V I li arn Mm aconiln I flopped over Ip go Shot away ink a strca o llgbtnin Dum thing grew steeper n steer Jes hal up my hans no let er go lickitty split Jerushy Jane Pep per Jes luk comin down a greased pole Come near tckln my breath awaydid sartn Went out o thet air thing luk a bullet eggzacly Shot Inf the air feet foremost Purty fair slid in up In the air most anywheres yo know Al wus come down by the nigh est way T was darker n pitch could nt see a thing nut a thing Hearn Ray come out 0 the box hove me Then I come down kslap in theater n sunk Thought I d never stop goln ripJntshook my headnwaited JudasPriori thought he wus drownded sartn Seemed so I d bust out n cry there n th water waltln fer thet air bajr Soon es l beam a flop I hed my hison 1mVhobe you says he Drl says I Tired out saye becanl swim a stroke Guess I Ml hev f go f th bottom To Be Continued Twain antl Girl Wko Didnt Laugh Mark Twain once expressed the fol lowing sentiments to a young woman who had not smiled at a thing he had said during an impromptu reception In his honor at Bryn Mawr college to which his daughter had invited him All the young ladles but one were in a state of great glee during the humor laughedheartilyas Twain finfsbed he turned to the joung woman who had not laughed and said in an undertone You are the nly smsible ono here I kayo not said a single amusing thing If It were not for the conspicuousness of It I would like to press your hand Success i p j 1 if fi + 1 yJ1f fr lt1 tJ r Haran or Canaan aaWhich theUhlhwayA Villon Detvecn the Lines of Gods Inspired Word CuigilSht flt by Jt Ixix- mScrlinure Authority t Sow tlio Lord fuld unto Abraham Oft OKC out or tliy country and from thy kindred and from thy fathers house unto Ihn land that I will show thce and I will make of thee a crrut nut Ion und will bless thee and make Ihr name great antI bo thou n blessing and I wlt bless them that bless thee anti him that cutrclh thee will I curse and In thee shall all the families of the earth bo blessed Sri Abraham went as the Lord had spoken unto him and Lot went with him unit Abraham tvus seventy and five years old when he departed out otIHaranGen 1214 HALL It be on ward with God into unknown places or abiding in the present place of possession and achievement Shall it be wean nest anil trial of the Journey or ease and comfort of the present situation Shall it bo a striving for something better or a selfsatisfaction and Idle content ment with that which has already been attained Shall there be a giving up that there may be a fuller possession a seeking that there may be a finding These arc questions which some time or othrr come to every heart and the manner of the answer the nature of the decision determines the direc Lion of the current of the life whether it shall be onward and progressive or stagnant and unfruitful God calls to every soul Ills hand points out the Canaan which lie would have us occupy and the response wo give to the call the faithfulness with which we follow the pathway pointed out deter mines our destiny and our mission In lifeHaran beautifully located bountiful in her gifts kind and generous in her association of friends anti loved ones a place we delight in it seems just titspot where we should dwell But while life Is running smoothly and sweetly and perhaps just as we have settled down to the ease and contentment of permanent abode there there comes the revelation of a better land and the call to rnoXcTTu to possess It And then It is the question Haran or Canaanwhich Haran is better than Ur but it is not Canaan It is a half way point which like Abraham many people reach The start is made for the goodly land of promise but fair Haran is so inviting that it becomes a resting place and oh too often at last the permancntabode Scripture tells us that Abraham Te tab Lot and Sarah Abrahams wife went fortn from Ur of the Chaldees to go Into thu land of Canaan and they came unto Ilnran and dwelt there And there Is where we find Abraham as our story begins At Haran dwel Ing in security and plenty with Canaan forgotten and no thought or ambition for the journey that would lead to the better land the place of larger mission and greater destiny Air If we are dwelling at Haran the halfway point when wo had intended going onward and upward to i higher plane to a larger place to fuller life and mission let us go out alone and hear God call us and feel the touch which shall move us to follow Him to the place lIe would give us for possession Hurry Brother Abraham jur father Terah is dying and asks for thee Since yestcr night we have foamed that he would not live until your return We have searched for thee In vain Where hast thou been 7 and quite breathless With his running and hurried speech the speaker unused an instant by the side of the man whom a few moments before he had spied coming across the fields and for whom he had evidently been watch IngAbraham brought himself up with a Jerk and shock much as one might when running into an unseen obstruction in the dark He had been in deep medita thou and had not seen hIs brother Nahor coming and the first consciousness of his presence came with the sound of his excited voice and his startling message Like one wakened out of a dream he gazed In mute questioning while over his face conflicting emotions were seen to play as though grief and joy disap pointment and hope were struggling for the mastery within Well Impatiently exclaimed Nahor we must hurry Our father even now may be dead and grasping the arm of Abraham he hastened with him toward the tent which could just be seen through the grove of splendid trees which surrounded it Neither spoke Nahor could not understand his brothers mood He was surprised nay Indignant at the manner In which he had received the news He novel had been able to understand him much less now A ncw something a fresh element in his bearing made him a deeper enlgtna to him than ever before When Abraham had left Ur of the Chaldecs refusing to be bound by tbe religion of the place he laughed at him and sneeringly called him a fanatic When he had returned and induced his father Terah and Lot and Sarah to leave with him for a distant land he had angrily refused to goVlth them Later when he heard that they had stopped at Haran and that It was a goodly land be had moved thither with his family hop hag that Abraham had given up his no tions and become as he called It sensible and like other people He hall brought his gods which he worshiped in Ur with him but Abraham told him there was but one God to worship and that He was invisible but allknowing and allpowerful And while there bad been no open quarrel for Abraham was too quiet and amiable to quarrel with anyone there was little that was common between them and Nahor had no sympathy or patience with Abrahams views And now as they hurried onward side by sida ho was halt angry half perplexed by his brothers calm thoughtful reserve as though within there rolled a whole ocean of thought and experience to which he was an utter stranger Ah could he have known the experi ences of the past 24 hours which bad come to Abraham he would not have wondered so much- Instruments of God Evan Roberts the miner of only 26 years of age whom God has been using so wondrously in what has comeS to be known as the Welsh revival is a man of great simplicity and modesty At one large meeting lie went out because the expectancy andNstfiGgMi hal become too great That meeting proved to be one of the most mightily influential gatherings of any held W the region When Mr Roberts lettaoungglrlrOJo and La If inspired datIOfthODa0 I 11 j ly jJ= l F q0 f 3f 0S l L j 1 W tW 4 1 Led by an irresistible impulse to be alone Abraham the day before had climbed time hclghtsof an adjacent moun tain and there In the solitude of tho sheltering rocks with the heaven spreading Its star gemmned canopy over his head and the silver rim of tho new moon shining out bravely and giving promise of larger fuller lightas the days should unfold God had come to hm and spoken commanding him say Ing Gel thee out of thy country and from thy kindred and front thy fathers house unto the land that I will show thee and I will make of thee a great na tion and I will bless thee and make thy name great and be thou a blessing and I will bless them that bless thee and him that curscth theo will I curse and In thee shall all the families of tho earth be blessedThen conflict of that night Ail through the long lieu he wrestled with himself and his desires How could ho go Why need he go Could he not serve God as well at Haran as elsewhere What would his father say What would Sarah his wile say flimtfalth and obedience were finally triumphant and as he came down tho mountain side and turned his face homeward it bad been with the settled purpose to obey God at all hazards And that peace and con fidence which come from following the pathway of duty had filled his soul But his one concern was his father He was aged and infirm He knew he could not tako him with him He was loath to leave him behind Thus in deep thought as he studied over the problem his brother had met him and told him of his fathers condition Who can wonder that a peculiar light shono in his eye and that conflicting emo tions surged through his soul and made their impress upon his face His brother could not understand and ho could not explain now And so they walked along in silence and soon en tered tho tent door and in the gloom of the far corner saw the form of the aged father Hearing the hurried footsteps the old man halfraised himself and turning his head in the direction of the souno ho asked in a thin shrill voiceHas Abraham come By way of answer Abraham threw himself down by the side of his fathers couch and placing his strong arm about him drew him to himself Where hast thou been Abraham asked the old man as he gazed search ingly Into the face which bent over himAbraham hesitated Could he tell his father of how God had spoken to him and of his purposes and plans He feared to for he knew Terahs hopes centered about Haran and that it was his desire that his children should make it their permanent homo But apparently tailing to note the embarrassment of his son Terah con tinuedI something of importance to say to thee Etc I die I want to commend thee to thy God and to urge thee to obey Him Last night in a vision I thought I saw God point- Ing toward the south and heard Him say Canaan It was the land for which we started It is the land to which God would have you go and lifting up his hand he blessed his children and grandchildren and then lying back in Abrahams arms he passed peacefully awjjv So unexpected were the words bringing such new light and encour agement to one heart and causing such wonder and perplexity to the others that it was some minutes be fore all realized that Terah was dead Then grief overcame other feelings and the sense of loss shut out other thoughts But when Terah had been laid away in the tomb anti the days of mourning were ended Abraham called all tho members of the family together and said God has called me to Ieavp Haran and to go to a land which He will show me You all heard our Father Terahs last words Can we doubt that God has spoken 7 Can we refuse to obey Ills voice A deep silence followed At last Lot spoke up and said My desires are In Haran I love Its beauty I enjoy its case But I believe In Abrahams God I believe that lie has spoken I do not under stand why and yet I feel that Abra ham is right and I will go with him As Lot ceased speaking a smile of mingled ridicule and scorn spread over the face of Nahor and with an impa tient shrug of his shoulders he said It Is better to keep what we have than to KO after an uncertainty The gods have been kind to us here why should we tempt their anger by wan dering elsewhere As for this God of Abraham I will not believe what I cannot see and what I cannot understand and so saying Nahor turned and walked away back to his easoIHaran while Abraham and Lot choosing to obey God collected all their substance that they had gathered and thin souls that they had gotten in Haran and they went forth to go Into the land of Canaan and Into the land of Canaan they came Its Me Jesus At a religious meeting in the south of London a timid little girl wanted to come to Jesus and she said to the gen tleman conducting the meeting TOII you pray for me in the meeting please But do not mention my name In the meeting when every head wit bowed this gentleman prayed 0 Lord there is a little girl who docs not want her name known but Thou dost know her save her precious soul LordThere was a perfect silence then away in the back of the meeting a little voice said Please Its me Jesus Its me The Love of Money All the money In the world will not hurt a man if ho keeps it in the right place but two brass farthings will blind him if he puts them over his eyes We are wrong with things little or great when they hide from us the Vision of the heavenly when they deafen us to tho voices that are ever calling us higher when theydeaden us to the impulses and promptings of the Good Spirit when they divert us from the path in which God would lead usMark Guy Pearse pie Whom are you after Evan Roberts or Jesus Christ Who after all Is Paul or Peter or Apollo or Auguitlne or Luther or Webster or Wesley or Whlteficld or Moody or Evan Roberts but a minister by whom men believe Lord Kitcheners victories in the Sudan were won by an army ot tee totalers Not a single drop of stimulant was allowed In camp save for hospital use United Presbyterian 9l m = I t 1Jfb j l i o 1r 1 L Kentucky Intelligence A PISTOL DUEL Dne Man Dead Another Fatally and a Third Wounded London Ky April 17Jelr loft 13 lead Bill Miller probably fatally wounded and J B Landrum shot In the hand as a result of a pistol battle it Plttsburg a mining town two miles west of here on the L N railroad The affair is said to have been the out tome of a quarrel and fatal shooting that occurred about a mouth ago At hat time Dan Miller a brother of Bill Miller killed Zach Ward while trying to shoot Eli Hall Landrum Is a brotu rinIaw of Hall and a warm friend of lIch Ward and his brothers Frank antI George The latter two were with Landrum when the trouble occurred and arc said to have participated In the 3ghtThe row took place in Landrums res taurant Fully 50 shots were exchanged md the place was riddled with bullets Landrum asserts that Golf came into tho place accompanied by Bill Miller and that the two at once opened fire n him lie returned tho fire emptying his revolver twice and forcing them to retreat Miller alleges that Landrum and the Ward boys sent for him and as soon is he appeared began shooting anJ that he shot back in selfdefense He also says that Goff who was unarmed got between them and was killed acM dentally Goff was shot seven times In the breast the left arm and through both hands Miller Is shot in the hreast thigh antI arm All of the par lies were drinking No arrests have been made PORTRAIT AGENT KILLED He Failed To Bring Back the Original Photograph TompkinsvIIle Ky April liJ W Marian stabbed and fatally wounded Portes England at this place Eng land who was a traveling agent for a picture company went to Harlans louse to deliver a picture and while there Harlans family claims used in lulling language which brought on a quarrel England ran about two squares to the hotel when he fell and expired on the door steps lie was 22 years old and lived at Leitschfleld QrayBon county Ky It seems that when England tried to collect for the picture he did not have the original photo the return of which Harlan in sisted on before paying England ei ther had lost the photo or refused to give it up SNOW IN KENTUCKY A Furious Storm Prevailed at Frankfort For Hour Frankfort Ky April 17A furious snowstorm prevailed here for two hours Fruit growers say the fruit was not injured by the snow but the dry cold may ruin the crop completely At London Ky the snow has been fall lag at inctrvals all day and the ground is well covered The thermometer there Is now at 30 and nearly all fruit is thought to be killed A cold wave struck the section around Owingsvillc and it is feared fruit is killed At Weston W Va the thermometer is below the freezing point Appointed Maid of Honor Mt Sterling Ky April 17Miss Anna Johnson of this city was ap pointed a maid of honor for the Con federate reunion to be held in June Mist Johnson will attend the reunion with her father Col Thomas Johnson said to be the oldest living confeder ate soldier being 93 Jury Secured in the Harglc Case Lexington Ky April 17After one of the most intense struggles In the judicial history of this county a jury was selected Impaneled and sworn to try County Judge James Hargts of Brcathitt county on the charge of complicity in the killing of James Cockrill For Cutting Down Trees Frankfort Ky April 17The Frank lin county grand jury made a report Indicting Jules Darnell City Engineer Tragier and the Frankfort Street Railway Co on two counts one of which charges the emitting down of trees in front of a city school Seven Banks Sued Lexington Ky April 17Seven na tional banks of Lexington have been sued by State Revenue Agent A M Harrison for four years taxes on 000000 worth of personally which it Is alleged the banks have failed to list Crushed To Death Lexington Ky April 17J It My rs while assisting two hands to re move a l200 pound hogshead of tobac co from a wagon slipped off the skid ind fell to the ground The hogshead falling on him crushed him to death Automobile Project Mt Sterling Ky April 17W B Walker of Cincinnati has been in this Mty prospecting for an automobile line from Winchester Clark county ria North Middlctown Mr Walker represents an Ohio syndicate Carlisle Is Dry Carlisle Ky April 17By a ma lority of 108 the city of Carlisle went iry aud will so remain for three years The Doxology was eung in the public quare by people Covington Ky April 17Flc Chi amen arc charged with violating the Chinese exclusion act in the United States court here- INVENTIVE INGENUITY A German chemist has succeeded in liquefying gas It costs more than coal gas but less than electric light An ingenious Swiss mechanic claims to have invented an automatic baby nurse The apparatus is attached to a cradle If the baby cries air waves cause speciallyarranged wires to operate a phonograph which sings a lullaby while simultaneously clockwork is released and rocks the cradle When the crying ceases the wire rails to vibrato and the cradle stops rocking Richard Strutt a son of Lord Ray leigh has invented a clock that will run for 2000 years The motive power is a small piece of gold leaf which is electri fled by means of a very small quantity of radium salt The gold leaf bends away from the metal substance and keeps moving under this influence until it touches tho sideof tho containing ves sol At the moment of contact it loses its electrical charge and then springs back and is again electrified and the process is repeated It is thought that a thoroughlyreliable clock could be made with the use of a radium salt for HOUO Ar tjf t i iJ INGENIOUS INVENTIONS Danger from a dangling broken trolley wire is removed by a safety device for the protection of persons from the electric current just placed on the mar ket The device consisting of an ordinary connecting ear Is fitted to each sec Lion of wire and held in proper position by the strain on the trolley wire If this tension Is released as by the breaking of the wire the current Is Immediate iy cut off the broken section The new type of telautograph ot Isaac and Membret French engineers In eludes a desk transmitter on which the writing is done with an ordinarypencil slid an apparatus at the otherend re producing the writing on a roll of pa per Designs music and signatures as well as messages are prepared In Paris and are accurately reproduced in Rouen the results being much superior tbvjhose attained from time to time during mbyny years of experiment The production by a Geneva firm of a direct current dynamo that will produce current at 20000 volts ia a notable achievement In the electrical world this being far beyond anything hereto fore attempted in this work For corn mercial practice direct current would not be resorted to If such extraordinary voltages were required some system of alternators would be employed The machine in question is Intended merely for experimental work chiefly in con nection with hightension gasses Preparations are being made in York Pa for the manufacture of an Improve fluent in flypaper which it is thought will fill a longfelt want In this the corners of the sheet are scored so that they may be Interlocked and In this manner a pan is formed which will pre vent much of the mischief which the old form of flypaper is largely famous for F Sr instance If the paper blows from Its place on the table or window ledge and titUs on the floor the sticky side cannot come in contact with the carpet or furni tune on which it may fall A new adhesive that has gained popu larity In France is a mixture of caselno and tannate of lime In preparing It a solution of tannin Is precipitated with milk of lime the liquid is poured off and the precipitate is slowly dried This dry calcium tannate is then ground in a mill with dry caselne in the proper tion of one to ten times Us weight ac cording to the use to be made of the adhesive The compound dissolves In water petroleum oils and carbon bisulphide adheres very strongly and is applied as a paste with water TRADE AND TRAFFIC Germany sends more borax to Mar leo than the United States does Switzerland issued 6907 licenses to foreign commercial travelers in 1904 Japan has two commercial museums In which foreigners are allowed to dis play goods free of charge AustriaHungarys exports of sugar last year were 470000C metric hundred weights 1000000 hundredweights less than 190- 3Reports show that 53 per cent of the oil produced In the United States is from the districts west of the Missis sippi California Texas Louisiana Han gas Indian territory Oklahoma Colo rado and Wyoming produce about 63 000000 barrels of oil a year A Heavy Fine Under the Elkins law any railroad company which pays rebates in any form or any shipper who accepts thorn is liable to a fine of from f1000 to 20000 upon conviction It also pro hibits the carrying of freight at less than the published tariffs The Inter state Commerce Commission is em powered to detect and prosecute vie lators of this statute President Knapp of the Commission states that since tItle law was passed rebate paying has been as rare as forgery College piofcjuorn say that fieshiiin have deteriorated in intellectual strength in recent years and freshmen say tfaat col lege professors are not as able tboy ought to be Philadelphia Public Ledfjcr S Good Health sad how to obtain it will be taught you bv a booklet sent out by Dr Putheck Chicago Write for it it is free Push cckVKuru is a wonderful medicine and euros where all others have failed cspc riplly ill Rheumatism Pains Weakness mid Stomach Trouble It m th ictBlood and ICcrvc Tonc Write today Mifroben besg vegetable growth they vegetariansChicago ALL BROKEN DOWN Ko Sleep No Appetite Just a Continual Backache Joseph McCauley of 141 Sliolto street Chicago Sachem of Tccuuiich Lodge says Two years ago my health was complete ly broken down My back achctl and was so lame that nt times I was harilly able to a dress myself I lost my cppctite and was unable to sleep W There seemed to be no relief until I took Doaus Kidney Pills but four boxes of this remedy effected a complete and permanent cure If suffering humanity knew the value of Doans Kidney Pills they would use nothing else as it is tim only positive cure I know For sale by nil dealers Price 60 cents FostcrMilburn Co Buffalo NY iliTOM WANTED toprescnt gawt by MO00 buys borne tmilne t or oflr ec eti SilddletowaNYL order B DTOMPISmNS8 Mitt St d d7 is EVERY mm HIM HOW HE GOT HID OF HIS OBSTUTATE MUBOULAB BHEDMATIBM Mr Jones Tells of the Way liy Which Ha Treated himself Successfully fI Vben Doctors Failed ij Six physicians nil of them good one of them a specialist had done their best r for Mr Jouea at different times during three years and still ho Buffered feajr fully from the tortures of rhenmatisuji jTho rheumatism that had been dot maut in lug system was suddeuiyfbrought to an acute stage by exposure while he was towing ice iu February i 1901 Front that time oa for a period of more than three yearshe was a con sLant sufferer He tried many kinds of L4treatment but the rheumatism wouldnt budge When regular doctors failed and one remedy after another proved useless many said I should think he Would give it up and save his money Ot his condition at this time Mr says My rheumatism started S I liVmy right thigh batiinftiine it ap pe cdu every znusc1ejbody I lost the nse of my 1t arm enr tircly and ueafcfelost the use of my right one My feet t re badly affected especially the bottomsSftt the heels When tp right side was affect there was swelling but the left aide di E swell when the disease settled theme The internal organs didnt seem to to involved at nil The trouble was all iu 4the muscles and the nerves Among the few who still encouraged Mr Jones to think that a cure might yet be found was a friend who had ran son for great confidence in Dr Wil hams Pink Pills anti acting ou her advice ho bought n box of them iu Sep tember 1904 TIme story of what fol lowed is brief but nothing could be snore satisfactory When I was on the third box says Mr Jones I could realize a chauge for time better I felt sure then that Dr Williams Pink Pills were the right medicine for my case I kept on with theta for several weeks longer amid now I am entirely well and everybody U asking what I took Mr iwllliam Jones lives at Oxford Mich Dr Williams Pink Pills effect wonderful cures in rheumatism became Jithey work directly ou the blood which is the seat of the disease They are sold by every druggist Know All About the Peerage Yon dort recognize titles ofnobilty distinguieledforeigner On yes we eta answered MrCCm roN Mother and the girls can not only recognize em but they can quote their market valuation offhand Washington Star General Weakness Nervous Prostration Easily Tired r Pains Aches etc are signs of coma deepseated trouble and ought to be cot at once PiuhecksKuro ii the J best Tonic Blood and Nerve medicine in the world also Cures Indigestion Mis use Heart and This is an illustration of Englishat the i spoke I once said to a girl You not marry me Andshe said Yes I not marry youI Y Times k Do not believe Pitos Cure for Cottsuin V lion has an equal for coIdi ilSS F Boyer Trinity Sprincs lad FeDnSrWW 1 Jupiter with his six moons f the planet is inhabited must be a lovely place for lovers Boston Globe THE FISH BRAND SLICKER A VALUED FRIEND A good many yon ago I bought ifFISH BRAND SBcker ind it hu jpwven a value fnend for many a stormy day bet now It h getting oU and I mot bus another Phase said me a pricelat c7bsifThawubsrIabgtmuIvpllctloi IG AWARE WORLWSFMR 194 A JT TOWER CONostOB USA S TOWER CANADIAN COMPANY Limited Togmto Canada WdWetrc1othlsg8umtssdnsfxaflkIndscfwttwkspott I EXCURSIONS 1 TOT1E FRE GRANT LANDS if WESTERN CANADA During the months of March and April tbel wilt be Kicnraionm on the toUcCtnflnay to the Canadian West hundreds of thousands of the best Wheat an4 Grazing 1auds on the Continent free to this settler Adjoining iuds may be purchased from rjlU way and land companies at reatonablc prices For Information as to route coat of transports don etc apply to ScpEatXTESDexr or IUMI ORATION Ottawa Canada or to nMWittIAMi Law Side Toledo OhloAnthr riseS Canadian Government AwnL MOTHER GRAYS SWEET POWDERS FOR CHIlDREN A Certain Cure for FcTerUhBcw CtpIIN RdeheHtMach TrMblM TTeetkU 4 i Dtrder eatS BetrVorm Tney Break up CIdu 14oe to chu 1n24 hours Atail ctI- drrnq Born Sample mailed FRKE Adds ICLtyA I OtMSTiD ie soy NYa BEGGS BLOOD PURIFlEfl t CURES catarrh el the rtonach Washington IX Say Plainly to Your Grocer ifrbeingthing else You may not care our tka1 Abet Ike UxIei Jideit 1 Milheis of housekeepers who have used LION COFFEE for over a quarter of a century 7 Is there any stronger proof of merit than the CwMeice St use Petfte- mm d ever l icreaslBg popularity 7 y LION COFFEE la carefully se lected at the plantation stripped T direct teeer varteas factories where It Is sldllfally roasted and earefmHy packed lasealed pack agesflke loose celleewblck 1 Is exposed to germs dast 2a f sects etc LIONCOFFEErea yea as pare and clean as It left the factory Sold ealy 1 lib packages Lionheadon every package Saye these Lionbeads for valuable premiums 1 SOLD BY GROcERS JyfiJflF WOOLSO SPICE CO Toledo Ohio 5 c s a S s f uMY WIFES PEOPLE CQMING t 1 uWe Have Had a Splendid Winter I in Western Canada Canadas Inrush this year is wonder 1 fully great and considerably ahead of I any previous year It Is always inter i esting to those who contemplate moving i to read expressions of opinion frcm those living in the country It Is therefore our pleasure to reproduce tho following A1 written to an Agent of the Gotfjnment j and forwarded to tho Immigration Branch of the Department t tenor at Ottawa A d Birch Utile Sask Can Feb 1 19 Dear Sir 1 take pleasure In dropping L you a few lines to let you know how y t r are getting along up hero and how w0 t i like the place We have been here closje tr r on to ayear now and think the place fa r fine We have been out every day ttits I winter working In the bush gettln out t logs for buildings etc getting rails for r fencing We have not suffered jvlth tho as we did in Chicago Myt bIittIeioys are out every dayjwith i sleighs having a good time The low a cCtJis temperature has been thisVin ty3i below anti it is v- We very tiu Ino had jveplendiil summer We put up about 60 tons of hay and will have etft3O tons to sell hay brings 800 perton now and will bo higher in the I spring We have 20 acres broke and c Teady for crop We workedon the Can Nor Ry for awhile this Bummer and- S lam 3 miles from the R It and 1townslte The steel is ail laid to within 2 miles of the River and we often see the train bringing supplies for the Bridge My wifes people arc coming up about May I wish you would write them and 4 tor1 a car let them know The homesteads are all taken up within 12 miles of us 1Ioften think If this land were only In liejfaf ductive I ever saw and tho climate is 1 OK I know that people back there that I 4 ior write to do not believe me when I write them what a splendid winter we are haying they think we arc all frozen up a We have only about S Inches of snow and there are cattle on the range that a have not been rounded up this winter Day after day the Ther raises up to 60and 60 and I dont believe wo have 4bIdaday this winter that it has stayed 4 NS atzero My wife says that we used to think that zero was cold inChicago But we dont mind It ono bit Christmas night wo went out and drove 5 miles with our 3 little boys it was 20 below4 i4 and there was npt a whimper from any ono of them Id hate to do it In old i7 Chicago Well I guess I will close and you can r tell anyone In the U S that they cant not do better than come to tho Prince r q 7 Albert District I remain Yours truly Signed J DHEAD A LITLE VARIETY South Africa is of volcanic origin and If thecountry round Kimberley is EO sul phurous that even ants cannot exist upon It- Fora each child born to the families of i tho municipal clerks in Kansas City the I civic authorities promise to add five do lars a month to the fathers salary Salt is a luxury In Central Africa The longcontinued use of vegetable food creaffa so painful atnatives deprived t long often show signs of insanity The common housefly in addition to tpoSl lng pneumatic wings has two klrrds of eyes one set being for ordinary UBe and the other of high magnifying pow rfordistantobjeetstIceland produces most nt tbA wids supply of eiderdown try annual sale amounting to something over iOOOI pounds Most of this is shipped to Co penhigeh and commands from 231 to 2QO a pound George 8 Elgood the English artistr is acknowledged to be the greatest Hva it t Vlng painter of garden He has fur niched a series of 50 water colors which J are said to be the best work he has ever done A not doperatlc tenor said of them that each one strikes high C t v RELATED OF INSECTS The eyes of the cockroach areIJ almost useless organs but it has anf extensive set of noses and Is wafted of t approach of an enemy I 43byits sense of emell f while seeing clearly are prac IIallcally deaf No amount Of noise affects srslhgin but their sense of smell Is so- tt aeulcikatfchen an experimenter placed 4 1abrush soaked with patchouli near an ants nest the Insects left off working 1tbto1Ie down and enjoy the scent The spider has as many tricks as a j toxin securing its prey One species of spider on seeing a marauding bird In t the vicinity shakes its web so violently that the bird sees only a bright tremu r lous haze In the midst of which the r is Invisible Another spider- tVswiagsi his bqdy so fast in a circle that thHblrd sees only the revolving line ot light 6 Feminine Way laullc Oh dear I dread the thought of my thirtieth birthday I laraWhy l supposed you bad for I gotten It long ago Chicago News c HONEST CONFESSION A Doctors Talk on Food There are np fairer jet of men OB 4 earth thsjoUsGooctoTsTana when they 1WC t ey have been in error they are c j ufiualJy apt to make honest and manly I h confession of the fad A case in point is that of an eml nent practitioner one of the good ob- I i hool who lives In Texas His plain P unvarnished tale needs no dressing up 1 bad always had an Intense preju dice which I can now see was unwar a Tjlntable and unreasonable against all niudhly advertised foods Hence I never read a line of the many ads of f I GrapeNuts nor tested the food till last winter c tormylbealtDWho has four of the ruddiest bealth A le st little boys 1 ever saw I ate m r r44 t V Ifst dish of GrapeNuts food orsup a pr with my little grandsons I be Y9eBdfflndjt a delicious refreshing an4 3 ci strengthening food leaving no ill ef f erucUUpnsVlth Icn sense of fullness nausea n- oy of stomach In any way 1 ire Is no ther foOd that agrees i Dtt80well or sits aslIghUyor antly upon my stomach as thi Blam stronger and more e f2 i4itce t began the use of GrapeNuts tiitD ihave been for 10 years and am bk no Jongertroubled with nausea an- iidIgestiqn Name given by Postu CqH tt10 Creek Mich Tbereaa reason il tootln each pkg forth famous lit tIe took Vthe Road to AV livllle riy Sr 4c 7 i 4 t 4 J v C Ar 1I 0 i1 HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OFTHEGLOBE News of the Past Jew Days Col lected and Presented in Condensed I Orlllt PITHY AND POINTED PARAGRAPHS The RussianJapanese War In the Far East and Other Interesting Foreign Notes Doings of the Public Officials One of President Roosevelts ex pressed desires has been gratified H seen John Abernathy said to be he champion wolf catcher of the world in his unique way kill a coyotet and bear it victoriously to Lions chief executive Later the pres deut captured a coyote himself In one of the runs of the presidents hunting party a wolf was chased overithe hills and through creeks and ber for ten miles When the wolf was finally captured there were but foursof the party within sight of the mal threeold time cowboys anti the fourth member was President ltooSQ Yeltlwolves killed by President Roosevelts party in Oklahoma will be Fkinncd and the skins shipped to Washington where they will be drc3sted and kept as mementos of the Seven thousand persons Includinga 2000 school children waving small flag greeted President Roosevelt at Trinidad Col with cheers Pueblo citizens to the number of 5000 grcct ed President Roosevelt upon his ar rival at the Union station therefThe correspondent at Labuan off the northwest coast of Borneo of the London Dally Mall says that reports aro current there that large ficetahave been sighted south of BorneofJapan is preparing to send strong reinforcements to Manchuria to strengthen Marshal Oyamas forces It is said that by autumn Japan will have 1000000 men in Manchuria In eluding fully 700000 men on the fight lug line Over 500 members of the Window Glass Snappers National Protective association who were employed In the window glass factories In the inounrtain district of Pennsylvania some of the plants In Indiana are oni strikeHyman Stern the pawnbroker was unable to Identify J Morgan Smith Nan Pattersons brotherinlaw in court In New York as the purchaserr of the revolver with Young was shoteThe dead who lost their lives In the cxtplosion and fire at R B Grover shoe factory Brockton Mass March 20 were burled in a lot purchased by the city at Mclrose cemeteryIMembers of tho u charge of the state exhibit at thec iewis and Clark exposition at and propose that the Illinois state building be a copy of Lincolns homo in which ho lived In Springfield President Castro will not withdraw he New York and Bcrmudcz Asphalt Co case from the Venezuelan courts and will not resubmit the Olcott case to arbitration If the whole American army and navy came to Venezuela This emphatic statement of Gen Ale y Barra the Venezuelan seereiary of foreign affairs reflects sentiment of President Castro Frederick A Stocl was appointed director of the Chicago orchestra to succeed Theodore Thomas the found er of the prganlzatlon who died sev eral months agO Judge W M Allison 85 once promi nent in politics in Ohio was run over and killed by a switching engine at Snyder Okla while attempting to cross the tracktThe ry Clay Evans at the Savoy hotel was a notable testimonial to the popularity of the former American consul general- at London Figures Just published by the bureau of statistics department of commerce and labor giving the foreign com merce of the principal ports of the world show that London still leads with a total of 1304754181 Ncw York ranks second with a total of 110fi97904C Ambassador Meyer presented his letters of credence to Emperor Nicholas at TsarskoeSclo Mr Meyere re ception followed the traditional old world pomp and ceremony observed at the court of the Romanoffs He Was received literally in great and solemn state It Is believed that Terry McGbvern is suffering from a serious brain dis order He will be placed under the care ota specialist- At a meeting of representatives of 40 flint glass bottle manufacturers west of Pittsburg It was decided to enforce a summer shutdown of all flint bottle factories for 90 days Ono hundred thousand acres of land near Sikeston Mo has been purchas efby a company beaded by Archbish op Glcnnpn of St Louis and will be used to locate a colony ot Catholics from New York city and New Orleans At a Negro frolic near Swaynesborc Ga an unknown negro fired n Wi- nchesttifle through the room In which 40 or 50 negroes were dancing killing two women and one man xltli ahot IGo LaFollette of Wisconsin ap proved the antlclgaretto bill The measure is to take effect on July next Dispatches front Manchuria indicat ed that the belief prevails there that a revolt will soon occur against the Chi nese dynasty and that it is being pro moted by Chinese liberals Sheriff J M Poag of Tate county Mississippi was shot and killed by a iolr masked men who entered tilt Jail forth purpose of liberating Jas Whit a white prisoner By a partial collapse of the new bridge across the Dan river at Dan ville Va seven men and some ma cnlnery were precipitated into the stream 25 feet below resulting in the injury of four of them The hbme of Geo T Maul Clarks burg AV Va was entirely destroyed rbyllreand four of hs were withscape sAnother case of ccrebrosptnal men ingitis of the epidemic typo has beeu reported to the Chicago health depart ment The sufferer io M E Aulani ChlctloIProceedings will be begun against the various farmers shipping associa tions In Kansas under the state antl trustlaws f r t 1 i o s is J All contracts for Chinese and Japanese labor on the Isthmian canal must be submitted to the attorney general before being approved In the SOth year of its career and on the anniversary of the birth of Thomas Jefferson its illustrious founder the University of Virginia Inau gurated its first president Dr Edwin Anderson Alderman The simple ceremony was Impressive Seven hundred democrats attended he Jefferson lay banquet of the Dem ocratic club of New York at tIm Wal dorfAstoria United Slates Senator Dm Ion of Kansas was relndlcteil by the fed eral grand jury on the charge of ac cepting I2GOO fees from the Rialto Grain and Securities Co of St Louli as an attorney before the post office department Orders wcrp received at Fort Lear cnworth directing Col John n VallI lloff medical corps stationed at Ieav north but at present In New YorkI city to proceed to Join the Russian rmy In Manchuria as a representa ire of the United States government Four men three of whom are em plo es of the Schwarzchlltl G Sulzbcr ger Co and the other an attorney for that corporation were named in an indictment returned by the grand jury which Is Investigating the beef trust t Is charged that the four men oi- tructed and impeded Deputy Marshal A Bach in his efforts to serve a subllOenaJ has confessed to be ug the leader of the mob that stormed the jail at Senatobla Miss in which Sheriff Poag was killed ML Shasta threatens to become ac ive again Some startling occur rences are reported at Sissons CatI town In the vicinity of the mounI tainA snow storm was general over XcI braska In some places as much as two Inche is reported Ambassador Choatc was given ItI farewell banquet by the British bar in London Many distinguished persons were present The Mexican government will beI sked to pay 430000 as indemnity or the murder of J K McKenzie and Dr Robert McCoy Chicago Walter Stuplnger Kewaunce and M A Call of Toledo 0 and the suffering inflicted on C H Torrington Salem 0 and II E Miller Los Angeles CatI by Yaqui Indians Two men were seriously scalded on hoard the presidents yacht Sylph The starboard engine explodedIA dispatch from Lucknow says is reported there that a second earthquake has wrecked Sultanpur prov nce of Oudh and Kulu province of Purjab and that there has been grl1tI loss of life The Albanians arc threatening again he massacre of Christians at Friz end Ipek and DIakora Four men were perhaps fatally burn d and a fifth seriously hurt In a gasoline lamp explosion In a building tinier construction at Rochester N V It is an assured fact in political cir clcs at Charleston that exGov Atkin en now United States district tutor ey of West Virginia will be apinimt d to the vacancy on the court of- laims Alter a long search Ambassador Porter succeeded In finding the remains of Adm Paul Jones buried in a Paris cemetery many years ago The remains are in a remarkably well pro served condition They will be ship pod to tho United States and inter red In Arlington cemetery Business failures in the United States number 196 against 170 last 198 in the like week in 1904 160 n 1903 193 in 1902 and 21i in 1901 In Canada failures for the week num ber 25 against 28 the week pronoun The indictment for consoiracy cgainst Nan Patterson which chaiged her with conniving with J Morgan Smhh and Mrs Smith wrongfully to obtain money from Caesar Young has been dismissed After a meeting of the board of gov ernors of the Building Trades Employ association it was announced that he lockout of building trades In New York will be withdrawn Disturbances are feared during the Eafcter holidays at Warsaw- A volcanic upheaval has occurred in the Humble oil fields near Ileus ton Tex Count Casslni Russian ambassador will select a watering place this summer nearer Washington so that he nay return there within a few hours Gen John Palmer former commar derlnchlef of the G A R died at Al bany N Y after a long Illness His death resulted from an injury to the spine he received In the civil war For whipping his twomonthsold bah because it cried and annoyed him Herbert Snyder 40 was fined 40 and costs on a charge of assault and bat tery in the city court at Wilmington Del The body of Senor Don Manuel do Asplroz the late Mexican Ambassador at Washington was taken from the vault in Oakhlll cemetery Washington and carried by special train to Annap oils where tho cruiser Columbia was lu waiting to convey it to Mexico for final Interment- The proposed constitutional amend mont authorizing a state bond issue of 50000000 for building good roads under the state aid law passetPthe New York assembly First Lieut Henry Clay Evans Jr son of the former consul general at London has been placed on the retired list of the anny on account of disability The Occidental and Oriental Cos steamer Doric sailed from San Frau cisco for the Orient with 50 cabin pas sengers 10 In the steerage and 4500 tons of freight much of which is for Gen Northcote of the common wealth of Australia will it Is under stOQd Invite Secretary of War Taft and patty to visit Australia during the partys forthcoming visit to the Philippines With certificates of deposit in Des Moines banks for 7000 and bills worth 12 wadded together in the lining of his coat William H Talmoh len was killed while picking up kind ling presumably for a living In the railroad yards in Des Moines Ia An epidemic of cerebrosplnal men ingitis or spotted fever has broken out in Dunlmr Pa The United States cruiser Boston win fall for Honolulu After remain lag a month at that port the Boston w1l1proceed to Portland Ore where she will represent the navy during the Lewis and Clark exposition It Is said that Marquis Meadam has made a deathbed confession to the murder several years ago of Dr C Chanlcsjt at Center Ridge Ark for which Alex Brinkley was banged at Menniton Gov Cdx granted a respite until May 5 to Tom Cox sentenced to bang at Nashville Tem for killing a po llccjnan J 00 1 1 r 11 7 it H Not only municipal ownership but municipal operation of the two great traction systems of Chicago will bo an established fact in my opinion within three months says Rafael E Govln former receiver of tho Union traction linesInformation has reached Washington that the Japanese navy has within the last few days commissioned ten new torpedo boat destroyers built In JK panese shipyards It is believed that within six weeks 25 additional destroy ers building under rush orders wll be put In commission- In an explosion of dynamite at Tron ton Tcnn five men were killed nail four fatally Injured Learning that his wife whom he left behind in Austria three years ago had eloped with another man John Sellable 30 years of age committed suicide by drowning In the Chicago river Robert Mitchell was shot and seri ously wounded by his fatherinlaw nE Polk at the latterVi home near Koss view Tenn Mitchell was acquitted about two weeks a jb of wife murder On the theory that an ounce of pre vention Is better than a pound of cure and that the organ is useless anyway Dr Stella Quimby Hoot of Stamforo Ct has bad her vermiform appendix removed at Hahnemann hospital in New York Four thousand conductors and mo tornien of the United Railway Co 3L Louis were notified by General Mann ger Robert S UcCulloch that frequent ing saloons or race tracks would sub ject tho offender to Instant dismissal Tho grand Jury investigating the beef trust made special efforts to se cure enough evidence from two women and one man to indict a high offidalot one of tile leading packing firms in ChI- cago The charge Is attempting to In fluence government witnesses The navy department has completed the plans for the dry dock for the naval station and dockyard at Guantanamo This dock will be Qf the largest type and equal In dimensions to the dock contemplated In the Charleston navy yardAfter a family quarrel Antony Spar acio an Italian of Gcneseo N Y shot his wife her mother and her daughter and then shot and killed himself Spnr acloa wifes mother was killed and her daughter aged 16 years was fatally wounded but his wife was only slightly wounded Initial steps looking to the holding of an International dental congress In Norfolk during the Jamestown expo l tion In 1907 have been taken by the Virginia Tidewater Dental association Stricken with paralysis an hour after a daughter had been born to him Jacob F Hecht of St Louis died after having lingered unconscious for six days not having seen his infant Three men have been killed in a pitched battle at Ten Mile Creek near Poplar Blurt sfo resulting from a quarrel over a piece of land The temperature was EC far below the freezing point In Nebraska that all the fruit would have been killed had not the trees been covered with a blanket of heavy snow Gen Halbert E Payne 80 a union veteran of the civil war and a lawyer of national reputation died in Wash ington of a complication of diseases He was born in Chardon O For the first time In six years St Louis was a dry town for 24 hours and for the first time in history the dryness has been complete even side doors being closed Louis Heck jr musical director of Keiths Chestnut Street theater and his wife known on the vaudeville stage as May Belle Eckert were found asphyxiated by gas in the bedroom of their apartment in Philadelphia Capt James A Rider 66 janitor of the St Tames Memorial Episcopal church St Louis committed suicide by shooting in a room adjoining the auditorium where the rector of the church was conducting devotional servo icesCapt McEvoy the ordnance inventor and who sqrved in the confederate army In tho American civil war died at Codicote H rtfordshire Eng Because he had been ejected from a boardinghouse at Luzerne Pa Au drew Bygash a Hungarian blew up the building with dynamite No ono turtAt Matloon 111 Thomas Beverldge aged 25 a nephew of Senator Bever Idge cf Indiana seriously stabbed Jar Datewood The fight followed a quarrel in a saloon While attempting to escape arrest Beverldge was shot twice by an officer It Is asserted that the American capitalists who have been visiting Brazil have resolved to purchase important mines in the state of Santa Catalina Dr J Lee Adams 63 chief of the claims division of the United States internal revenue bureau died in Wash ington He had been in the internal revenue office for about 40 years Thousands of farmers and truck gardeners in several states south of the Ohio river are on the anxious seat as a result of the cold snap which was general throughqut Kentucky Tennessee Georgia North Carolina and South CarolinaIndictments returned by the federal grand jury were served on 11 residents of Denver charging them with conspiracy to prevent citizens from rot ing While docking the battleship Con necticut at New York a serious acci dent to the vessel was averted by the discovery of a heavy timber stuck fast to the hull on the port side The Topeka Kan presbytery vote ed in favor of uniting the regular Pres byterian with the Cumberland Presbyterian church The presbytery also voted to have a separate presbytery for negroes- A prisoner In the Ohio penitentiary sent up from Cincinnati under the name of Wm Johnson for five years for burglary confessed on his death bed that ho was Arthur Wallace and his home as Macon Ga His family Is highly connected and lie did not heretofore desire to have his identity knownThe Hippodrome New Yorks newest and largest place of amusement was opened to the public The Hippodrome is unique in the amusement world both in the great size of the playhouse and In the character of the entertainment It offers Edwin V Morgan the newly appointed American minister of Korea left Washington for his home at Aurora N Y and will go from there to San Francisco and sail on the Korea May John F Wallace chief engineer of the Isthmian canal and a hew memo ber thereof said that there are now practically 500Oseen engaged under his direction OB the engineering and construction worlTot the canal One of the czars valets has been discovered to have been a party to a plot to assassinate the emperor or Russia The valet was arrested r fli2 J tt2J7r t t t s l IWIJ 1 A Bill NAVAL BATTLE It is Expected to Occur in the Vicinity of the Pescaderes Toga Was Taken by SurpriseNo Information Received In St Peters burg as to the Whereabouts of Rojeatverukys Squadron St Petersburg April 17There is no information from Vice Adm Ro Jestvenskys squadron but the admiralty would not be surprised to learn of skirmishing between scout ships and the inauguration of torpedo boat warfare soon Is not unexpected The naval organ here expresses the oplnI ion that Togo was taken completely by surprise when Rojestvensky suddenly appeared at the entrance of the China Sea and is now concentrating his widely scattered fleet near the Pascadorea where It is believed a sea fight will probably occur Slpinghal April 17Captured Jap anese spies place the number of the Japanese army at 400000 and Mate that the losses at the battle of Muk den arc already being replaced by drafts from home battalions HongKong April 1iThe steamer TemechuR reports that she heard firing 160 wiles north of the Natuna is lands at 320 oclock on the afternoon of April Singapore AprilliThe North German Lloyd steamship Prinz reports that she sighted 18 HelnrlcbI the Russian Baltic squadron ranh bay at noon on Friday steamer did not sight any Japanese warships Kamranh bay Is In Cochin China about 200 miles northeast of April 17The following offi cial announcement was made The force advancing north from Slngking driving the enemy before them occupied Yltigcchcng 3S miles north of Slngking at 1 oclock on the afternoon of April 14 A detachment of the same force cooperating with cavalry occupied Iachlatz at 6 oclock in the evening of the same day Tho enemys force near Pachiat7ii consisted of seven sotnles of cavalry and one battery of artillery They first retreated toward Yinge chcng then came back to Pachlatzi Finding It occupied they were thrown Into confusion anti they retreated in great disorder over Poling Pass two miles north of Pachlatzu There is no change elsewhere Berlin April 17 Rumors that the czar Is losing his mind will not down particularly since various German insanity experts have gone on mysteri ous missions to St Petersburg It id claimed that Grand Duko Paul admit ted to a friend that the czar is suffer ing from a deep mental depression PANAMA RAILROAD A Reorganization of the Company Will Take Place in New York New York April 17 Secretary of War Taft who Is here to attend the annual meeting of the directors of tho Panama Railroad Co In this city had this to say on the affairs of the rail roadSThe annual meeting will result in a complete reorganization of the com pony The government is now in con trol of all the stock It is absolutely essential for us to control the affairs of the railroad in the Interest of the work of constructing the canal We leslie to have the affairs of the road conducted In harmony with the commission which will have charge of the general construction work With this end in view the directors of the Pana ma Railroad Co at their meeting will elect Theodore P Shouts the new chairman of the Panama canal com mission president of the Panama Rail road Co- With Mr Shonts at the head of the company it is certain that its affairs will be conducted most satisfactorily Americans Received By the rope Rome April J7Popc Pius X re ceived in the hall of the onslstory 150 Americans Including Gen Jacob S Smith and wire of New York axul Mrs M D Walsh E Dietrich and n N ShriVer of Baltimore Why She Wants a Divorce Boomlngton April li1IrH Mary Mammoser of Stephenson coot ty In a peculiar suit for divorce filed against her husband says that he ac cused her of being a witch and of mes merizing their children for evil pur posesL J P Morgan Personally Thanked Rome April 17J Pierpont Mon gan of New York was received hereby Foreign Minister Tittonl who renewed in the name of the government his thanks for Mr Morgans generos ity in returning the Ascoll cOpe MARKET REPORT Cincinnati April 15 CATTLECommon 43 25 4 65 Heavy steers 5 90 6 25 CALVES Extra 23 fit 6 50 liOGSCh packers 5 65 5 75 Mixed packers 5 55 fi 5 60 SHEEPExtra 5 36 LAMBS Spring 800 SUl 00 FLOUH Spring pat 5 90 6 20 WHEATNo 2 red 1 08 1 1- 0No3red 05 100 CORNNo 2 mixed 50Vi No 2 white oj 51 3251LRYENo2ILVY Ch timothy 12 75 POIK Clear mess Jlt SO LARD Steam p lil BUTTER Ch dairy 18 20 Choice creamery 31 APPLESChoice 2 50 3 00 POTATOES Per bbl 125 135 TOBACCONew 5 00 13 00 Old 450 14 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter oat 5 10 5 20 WHEAT No 2 red 1 14 1 1- 7No3red S 12 482OnSNop4 TOnK Mess 412 SO 12 83- LAR13Steam 7 17 V 7 70 New York FLOURWin strts 5 00 5 1- 0WflEATNo 2 red fB 1 09 CQJ1lNo2 mixed fi 58 OATS No 2 mixed 354 RYE Western 80 PORK Family 13 75 014 isii LARDSteam 7 50 Baltimore WHE4TNo 2 red 1 OfiVS 1 06- CORNNo 2 mixed B25 52- CATTLESteers 3 50 4 00 HOGS Dressed 6 60 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 1 11 CORNNo3 mixed 52 OATS Nc 2jnlxed 38i CORNNO 2 mixed 4Y OATS No 2 raised 343 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 9 1 11 CORNNo2 mixed 4- 8oATsy2 mixed 31 H J ir p f CATCHING AN AMAZON Lawyers Wit Turned Aggressive Womans Defiant Words Against HerselfIAbout a ago there wee tried in a court of Kanrai City a case in which there was retained al counsel Mr liar tholdt1who ia a representative from Mia 10lln In congress olIQemgideUartholdt says the New York herald were a man diminutive stature an lieepith manner and his wife an individ ual of Amazonian proportions and a cpr respondingly aggressive air The liunbanil was evidently very much cowed by his queHonedtimidly at the lady asif to seek interrogatoriesDuring the lady in turn was subjected b Mr Bartholdt tihc Iinredconsiderahlc im oatience Finally when one question was repeated to her several times ihc 8uddenlculnimtd in an angry tone Now you neednt think you can catch me that way Youve tried that three or four times already No sir you cattJntch me- Madam observed Mr UarlhoIJt with the politest of bows ou have no cause for alarm I have I assure you no sourhusbandiid THE BALL PROBABLY RIGHT Settled On the Number Wuich Might Have Brought Gain Instead of Lou George Ale was describing a Monte Carlo experience relates the New York Tribune In the big gilded ornate hells lie 8wIIIclothe a young woman in American cloths ana a in American clothes Im going to play Im iroing to risk five francs Im going to risk it on my age aid the young wonSIc ran her eye over the three eel umns of yellow numbers on the table and the set a fivefranc piece on 18 Rien ne va said the croupier roupddropped Gosh hang it Ive lost said the merican girl Kightcen doeeut win a thing cay Minnie said her little brother ateIoudS Applied History Dear dad wrote the boy from col ege We lire studying current his loryy anti ant getting to understand it 5nely Hy the way my creditors are jotiiermg me considerably so please lend me 200 in addition to my usual al dear son wis tIe reply Your rcditors liars also been harassing me oZamiliarrill understand what I mean when I tar that until they are satisfied Inrill have to take ofour cua torn houtePittsburg rest A Wonderful Discovery Broadland SDak Match 28Quito a sensation has been created here by the publication of the story of G W Gray who after a special treatment for three months was prostrate and helpless and en up to die with Blights Theea Urihts Disease has always been consid ered incurable but evidently from the remedyhidlvanced states This is what he says I was helpless as a little bl1Je 1 wile aid 1 searched everything and read LVfcrylhing we could tied about BrigLts Disra s hoping that I would be able to find a remedy After many failures my wife insisted that I should try nOOd a Kidney Pills 1 praise God for the day when 1 decided to do so for tUIs remedy met every phase of my case and in a short time I was able to get out of befl and after a few weeks treatment I was a trong well man Dodd s Kidney Pills saved my life A remedy that will cure Bright Disease will cure any lesser Disease Dodds Kidney rills are certainly the mot wonderful discovery which medical research has given to the world Costly Difference Father whats the different between a lunch and a luncheon boyCincirnatiComme skraTORTDRED BABIES laatant Relief tn Warm Baths with Cut leur Soap and Gentle Anoint lags with Cutlcnra Ointment lhe suffering which Cuticura Remedies bave alleviated among the young and the ccmfort they have ntiQrded wornout and worried parents have led to their adoption in countless homes as priceless cura tines for the skin and blood Infantile and birth humors milk crust scaliIdI head eczema rashes and every itching tcaly pimply skin and scalp hu mors with loss of hair of infancy and childhood are speedily permanently and economically cured when all other reme dies suitable for children and even the best physicians fail Tlie billionaire is not bothered by the phrase dirty money He can get a nile clean checkbook whenever he wants it Washington Star ReachThemooanhoghuwilderness of Northern New York known youvisitagain A copy of The Adirondack Mountains and to Reach Them will be mailed free postpaid to any ad byGeorgeAgent Grand Central Station New York Actions speak louder than words but they do not unduly inflict their cOVer sation on thofet who do not waht to his ten to itPucL AlanMo for information IOnlCming free ColonyLocationsand for Upportunities hoineseekeraticketseach month The short line to the Land of Fulfillment poingNews In a PInch Use Allens FootEase Shake into your shoes Allens FootEase a powder It cures Corns Bunions Painful Smarting Hot Swollen feet At all Drug guts and Shoe Stores 25e Sample FREE Address AS Olmsted LeRoy Y a Too many young men look upon edu cation as a sort of loophole through which to escape work Sun t ffr 1Zrj J Q- d1strc ort f j c 1 v j1 1pf r 0 i J 3 ii rrlcI PAINFUL PERIOD Suggestions How to Find Relief from Such Suffering t p i 1IJig issJVellte Ho1mes45pgflhje fart t While no woman is entirely free from periodical suffering it does not seem to be the plan of nature that women should suffer BO severely Menstrua tion is a severe strain on a womans vitality If It is painful or irregular something is wrong which shoMd be set right or it will lead to a serious de rangement of the whole female organ Ism More than fifty thousand women have testified ingrateful letters to Mrs Pinklmm that Lydia G Pinkhams Vegetable Compound overcomes pain menstruationI of es weaknesses nail diseases The two following letters tell so con vincingly what Lydia E Pinkhains Vegetable Compound will do for women they cannot fail to bring hope to thousands of sufferers Miss Nellie Holmes of 540 N Davi sion Street Buffalo N Y writes Dear Mrs Pinkham Your medicine is indeed an ideal medicine for women I sulTenid misery foryeare with painful headchcj and bearingdown physiciansbutthe East advised me to try Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound I did so and no longer suiTor as I did before My periods are eweryacho mid pain is gone and general health Ia much Improved I LyEMrs Tulle 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ilorn1ngIInd the ground frozen rsedIn no good Wheat look One I q Moorefield ts1j Omar Rails is quite ill with grip p 4 f X L Avarv Vice hmiijlit n fancy couch I fcorM at Fleming burg Court iPlnhatDOld wieillng tohnfccn f i ebeds ore the order of the day now Le Den ton of OklnIs cropping wItti bubmtber Jnuiea in tins t 1 j4 YciItiEd Reed nrid wife of Bethel ore letting the Utter 8 parents James c Vice and wire There will be the Easter services at Union Church in fie Doming nf Eutr Sunday nnd in thtn t ing at the Christian Jliurch a Moorefield dIf Luke Shiiltc Jf VIneheter was fcere this wctk- Mrnj i Frank McClain U very pick li end nnotrecover Mttster John T Piersall who has teen dangerously mti8 recovering Wro Daniel handed Ui a dollar fur TUEODTLIOX Uncle bill sal hbc nt do without It Ii + t If MrsJBtnneiind Mrs K H I 7 5 Hiekell were caught in the recent fli flora near that ia known asGufe Pot Hill In Menifee county hr While tree were blown down all around them they eecnpird unhurt s but both are altuoit prostrated over p their scare f4t lLickingUnion went to UKings 1 TOM Shw ami wife went to Salt Lck last lutoaa rather JuvnB preached tthe ChriitiiH Church Saturday nnd SX 3 V y Mr Gross of Moreheiid bought JCarload of icrnp iron und roic fJ Thursday and fhlpned it Friday I c The Lfcking Valley machiner3 I broke 1 he innmiger t 7 tt west to Lexington to get repair t 7C Jolinpnn and hmihIf ji J8 lrLiik visited his brill her Slch f rd Johnson lnbLaturdayand Sun v f Elu i H Olympia Sterlingc1 Mrs Milt Sterlc visited frond T at StepEune Bud Saturday- MluMfcEiieKrncaidofStepitone 04 j r 4 visit d Milt Steelb and wile Satur t ayand Stftidny Ifi Mr i lelJGoyle anti children cftJ Koefl Run visited her uiotherMrs 2 J P iCopber lust work P4lln MIIa Giitilt of Louieft s t 1i s been the guattt her daughter dq IMriJ K Jackson lor the put two etkci k i 3 Sid Wnrrfn wife und dnughter r I ft T4rii4 BobWelU and wife nidMr j Lizzie ellin Owing vllll last si eek i iIMrFrIty and wire attend the1 f Meni1pf Jlr Id father Or P1 1r Thrmrter aUo Ed HbdNedThrarh 4i jtr afiCotlngtorr to correct n mUlnke whicli l iMtjtiJaM week 1 wits told that c 4WiIlie AWilHms came with f 1Vllilaraebut It was mhoc t take Mn Williams nyn Ie haitillir x 1 ii Sweetwater lit nod they exited to May there thu yenr Lat Sunday night Uncle Perry TttrMfeey pafced peacefully away z1 JH the e res and toila of jhis r fifjSlife brlbterandhapp ur WrW tfiB thU Vhere all iaestA 81t4PeHe ardJoy Uncle Perry of Wa A honest hardworking IT u t j iniiiktiitB tLl8a j T r o Jt 71 i itib rJ y ttlt0 tr 1J r o ttoift s r t 6 b ltrl Ij r y 4 r tJ ka 1 p If 1a t 1t i S = 3i J Ii rI J 1 Hlllsboroy M I g arallrin Ne w in a n has pneumonia Robert Freeman moved to Grange CityThur8duy Mrs Ellen SuminttlTs quite ill at her hoiuu near tire Mrs Judith Eminunti U viMiiny hr son In me K Eiumons lit Off ingsville ttiltvck Mr Cleve Arnold was seriously burned Saitirdny by her clothes Caching fire white she vusaroning Amos Saunders came in Thurs dar from Slaunton Va where Ii liad been attending school on visit to hia father M C Saunden IIn1 fUIUII Miss Sarah Harris daughter o Win Harris died Sunduy of eon sumption and was buried Monday nl tliH Denton graveyard She w about 19 years old- Roynoldsvlllo Job Lester is sick S O Doggett had a nice calf to die Monday Alfred Eden of near Sharpsburg visited Mark Donaldson Wednes day Mrs John HCoyle of Owings rule spent Thunda3 with Mrs S Diggett Misses Miittio Knox nnd Zoruh Lcsier were nl Owingsville shop plug Friday Will Kearns and Ed Wilson of East Union were in this section hiding horses Friday lrAI Burns and children spent Sunday with Mrs Mar k Thomas in Flat Cretk Gould Clark wife rind daughter Mary spent Sunday with Mr nit II AIrs Louts Sexton on Flat Creek Park Donaldson visited his grandmother Mrs Malinda Heath near Sharpsburg from Saturday until SundayGrange City Miss Bertha Rape visitd ida tivee at Wyoming Sunday Mrs Victoria Newman is in Morehead this week on business Miss Corlna Colliyer visited Miss Kate Rawhngs at Hilleboro Saturday and Sunday Miss Lelln Willeroy Mrs L B Newman and daughter Mabel Le were in Owingsvilleshopping Mrs Win Estill nod daughter Miss Sallie visited Mrs J M Wai ton near Poplar Plains Tuesday Mrs Ida Walton and llttje duughtcrs Gertrude and LethaMay of Poplar Plains visited R RWul ton and fnrnilj lust wick Mis Hattie Kenney was home on account of the Illness of her grandmother Mrs banal Harper who fell and dislocated her hip Misses Addie and Blanch Newt roan Fannie Thompson Mood Kissick Mrs Richard Thompson and Mrs L Havens were in Flew ingsburg shopping last week Crooks Mrs Randolph Nixon is quit e sick Miss LillieMnhnsnn was in Ow ingsvillo Wednesday MissBell BievinsVisited relatives at Salt Lick last week Johnnie Muck of Ciark county Is visiting relatives here Henry Johnson lust by death a good mare Saturday night Mrs Tom Duff of StepstoneviB lied relatives hero the put week Ray Goodan has returned from Illinois tilter several mo the stay GVbo rinedegar of White Oak vinited his mother Saturday ant Sunday- Willson Hendrix shipped carload of hogs to Cincinnati Thursday v Miss CarrieNtonofOwingsville visited relatives here Tuesday ant Wednesday Green Garrett and daughter of Howards Mill visited relatives here Sunday John S Hall of Asbury Park N J shipped a carload of horses to his home ut Asbury Park Tuesday Okla Sunday was a wintry day Nace Vice sold his tobacco to L SRntl1fTat7cEarl a horse to Allen Gorrell for 125 I Born April 12to WmStephens yr and a son James Denton sold his tobacco o LS Ratliff at 7c Nace Vice bought three shoats of Alpheus Vico for f950 younghoree yearlingIIMifd Carrie Vice vi shed Misses fiV1iitoJohn Sorrell wife and Catherine visited Davis SorrelJDl1dc famifjr Saturday nightSSilf 8 Way wife and baby of Nicholas county visitedrelatives here Suturdoy night nnd Sundaya Mrs W T Atchispn ofNicbojas nunt visited her moiherMrsSa ih Hlndrilt turdIlY and Sunday Formers are complntnlng their tobacco plant beds they come up nlcelybutit feemp there is un b insect destroying them u Miss Lena Hazelrfgg and brother Robert of Bethel were guests of a ipheus Vice and enmity Thursdxy B last week They also vJRitod Z to Grain and fatally Thursday a night lo x fi JJh f SP h JiaIotatlo v lJU Mid and City Horn to Will Jones und wife a eon Fred Unwell is very low with ty phoid fever W W Razor attended Court in Mt Sterling Monday J M Myers und wife were in Farmers Sunday afternoon Miss Ora Ray of Ashlnnd is the guest of friends and relatives here Mrs Lou Million ret It rnnl Tues day from n visit to relatives in Asliland ICluy Jones of Farmers mnvrd IIinto the house recently occupied by John Runner Mrs Dell La grew and Mrs Jnmes dllughtctI ItStooP5Wheat promises to make a fit yield after all John Stull is slowly recovering from lila uickncs Born April 10 to Lawrence Fas sell and wife n daughter Miss Mar3 Gillaspiu of Wades Mill was here with relatives Mrs Tom McClain nnd Mrs E Groves are visiting ut Salt Lick Lieuiroll Fassettof Kansas 0113 i has been visiting relatives here James Ilnrduian of Clark coun t SWOtt Iii tins vicinity lust week James Goodpnetcr is fierious nnti pneumonia at his home near here Hog buyers were here lust week and bought up the cattle hogs Five cents per lb wits the prevailing price A little daughter of M C Filey got its clothing caught on fire Sat urdll3 evening Mri3Fole3 burned her hands severely in extinguishing the flames while tho little girl Will unhurt Salt Lick Mrs L C Frederick line been quite sick Mrs T B Staggs and children left Monday for a visit to Garri sonKy 1IJM Tiifiey and wife of Mt Sterling visited their son Jnmei and wife the past week eMits Parolee Clark left for Cat lettsburg yeterday after closing a successful term of music here Mrs Myrtle Utterbackond children of Yule visited her sister MjfS Emu Kring Saturday and Sunday Miss Hattie Jones of LouUn is here in the interest of the Spins rttlrs Conventions which will con vene at ono of the halls on Friday night April 2 Int This entertain litoffencing and Hxing up generalh and I he condition in which it is I ept at the present time is a last ing disgrace to our citizens The stockrUns at large over tho graves and a good strong fence is bndlv needd around the whole cnclocure SforIota fenced oft Our people should putrotiice this entertainment if fur no othiar reaspn than thin object for which it is given Sharpsburg We lire having March weather a owC A Boyd of Somerset visited his brother W A Boyd Wednesdity Mrs Ella Sharp left Tuesday for Salisbury N C to visit Mr ME Harper Ye scribe after a six weeks tUB sle with pneumonia is able to be lup again B B Whaley of Lexington was here several days last week visiting relatives Mrs George W Donlon of Aa rons Run visited relatives here last week Misses Hattie and Rada Triplett visited in Mt Sterling Thursday and Friday John C Arndd sold his tobacco to McCray of North Middletown at 7 iliad BecJ WElgin and wifeofMnvsvillr are guests of Dr Hord Sharp and other relatives Albert Richart of Chicago is spending peveral with his sister u Mrs W H Triplett D S Trumbo and wife of Car- lisle were guests nt S 1 Howards Wednesday and ThursdaybSquire T J Little Flat A hVednesJayJohn English and wife will leave this week for Texas to spend the summer with their son Edwardw Rev J R Savage ofWinohester H will begin n protracted meeting at a tho M E Church Monday night of is DaisyScott Springfield SILloutay for1 Fort Douglas Utah after oshrtvI8itto his parents BBWaunders and wife Hunter English of Cincinnati is visiting his uncle AW English nd toeeehfs patents JohnEnglish and wife belore they leave for f Texas brinness house andJA Browns to 1 acco fQCh the latter thndererNisof tho serious lilnessof throwritvarownwlndheat of his tllaen fl ti C qtvf n Jjfir J JUMJ h1 torrv Tr Sunday was a blustery snowy doyI j f A drum corps is being organind here Rev E L Sanford will preach Jl Hcdricks the iifthSunday in April Elder Parker tilled Inn appoint ment it lied ricks Sniurduy night und unday Mrs Dociu Highlcy went Friday to spend II few weeks with her son JelF at Knob Lick Ob Ellington went Sunday ttii Sterling with ubnut ilO heath of en tIe to sell Court day Miss Lilly Knrrick of Suit Lie k visited Misses Ellen and EmiuaOiU from Friiiny till Sunday E G Kimbrell and W R Razor went to M t Sterling Court day Razor took three head of horses to soil 10L Ingrain iii getting some better of his rheumatism Ho Ii OUt been able to got ahuul fur SOil time Mrs Edna Estill and Mrs Li Alchison opent Friday and Satur day with Miss Inn Phelp in Ov ingsvillc VtfromIud been staying with his cbildri for some time Bethel March is paying April for weather she borrowed Dr Roberts sold to Jake Bu several hogs last week at 5c Several of our citizens went to Mt Sterling Court Monday Mrs James S W arid 0 K Evans were in Carlisle Friday shopping T S Robertson bought ten yea liny mules hum Murk Uendrix for 1000 John Scott of Owingeville WilE here several days lust week helping Will Day sell machines John Peters left lust week fo Uooktown Niehjlas ci u ty to en gage in tho mercantile business Tollie Arrasmiih and K G Ha zelrigg went to Carlisle aturllll- vc to hearRtVVJHarne3preach Jeff RutlilFand wifeof Salt Lick visited the hitters brothers Hi and Walter Whale from Saturdu tmtil Motidty- There will be Easter exercises the Mcthedist Church next Sundll night by the Sundayschool C lection fur the Orphans Home wi follow J W EmmmshllB just received front Missouri near FonScottKan sas the said news of tho sudden death of his niece Airs Ella Atch ison duughlcr nfJiihn Trumbodc ceased 51r Atciiii iii has sold his farm and loathed hid goods tn move to Nevada Moitnd went to a neigh bors to stay all night Next morn lag when calling to her ho round her dead Heart trouble was th supposed cause Knob Lick Snow here Stinting did nut lit on long Some wllowcd gardens ite rf Saturday April is laying back withcot pound interest Henry Hi hlny sold a sow and 10 lige for 22 Perry Mnnning moved to the Junction Friday Jell Highley bought a horse Vm Craig for 75 Very little plowing this week the ground being too wet There seems to bo a good di wand for work horses Jaires Shrout has been suffering with a felon on his thumb Vm Craig bought a horfe for 53 from Miss Sis Barnes The men who talk tho most of sound money and the nations honor are the greatest tax dodgers Jelferon and Jackson placed th markof Join on bank money an the banks have never been able t remove it One of Tom Purvis daughters fell while crossing u cuttle guard ttlll a gash in her temple lt not seriously hurting herself There was a fearful windstorm hero Monday blowing down hay tocks fencing and other thin nroufing J P Cophers barn anc I lowing down a stable for John Yarbrough John Yarbrough and Perry Man ing put in H week trading horses ack and forth with one another t the end of the week they botl ad the same horses and ten dol each ahead myleftears a hootowl look on his race quid of tobacco in his mouth and doublebarrel patch on tIme bosom Ius pants talk about money that good in Yurrop Crates Dr Frank Wells continues very ck Born to Thomas Collins and ile1 April 9 a son Hoyt Warren bought a cow and calf of J Roe Wells for 30 Win Craig sold Heury Tincher house nod several acres of land th250Dick Manley and eon Richard ught eight twoyearold heifers rjlOO a Tfiotn aJlclothin and vlti of e ore mines Wer iR1csts of Rob s Warren S datrOur oldcsycitizens here say that e snowstdiiu Sunday morning s the most errinc one they over tnessed in F F Wastll celebrated his fifty f J i 1 yc fTt4 i J ninth birthday anniversary itt- riestlaty April 12 I hero w rr Hint ii iMitn her nf unf t 11Cllt and all spent an iijbtt ti c LJlee A T Hum lilld hit rfgiilm nppolntiuenl la re Sunday mid IT jrunized Sundayrchoi Thiiv will bo Sunday t illm here evii Sunday evening at 2 oclicU i nc pra3ermecting every Thursda3 night U ton there Rattle nwai Stoops Just like you linpo- filde fur you to keep quiet lIt IIlIwntany names an saying The guilty need no accuser So if thu bhoo hut bo wtll wear complimentYou in knowing who 1113 associates are Iain happy to ti 113OtI friend Sto p1 thai I huyo the pnviug of enjoying the very best of society You dont seen to comprehend our meaning theii you think we say politillDCthose poor long headed short wit IIled fellows who nivtr know when they have said enough on any sub ject They have some of their ready thinbrained wisdom to show off at tho slightest occasion So wu trust you may not get of explallmus wo space to word justice Sopsrone IeIiA8 Bertha G Bittinger return ed to her school M iiday mommy dafter J days stay at home Chester Turley spent Sunday with hie grandparents II M Tur Icy and wife in Mt Sterling Mrs W S QiiUenberr3 who has been on tho sick list for some time ri8 improving but very slowly Miss Mary Lyle of Mt Sterling spent several days last week with her uncle C B Reiun wife WmCarmichac took his town girl a ride out on tho Winchester pike the other evening by uinon light Mrs Richard Garrett and child dren spent Sunday with her father Peter hart and fiauily on the Forge farm Santford Perkinf wife nnd son ntIuntlaon ChvIIdllvIf11w Pelfrey and yule Born to the wife of Walter R Wilson Rriday night a son weight lag U put da iio her and child doing welfv father happy Burl Rny who hats been working with K T Wilsons carpenter force for some time is ut home on u count of the force beingcut titian two men dasaghterMissfrom Ml Sterling and gone to VaiJilYhouoje Winter well when will it be overir VVo nure have hid H long noe1t hard one uudu laugh one this time Sunday being u hnrd as we ever saw this lime of thu 3 ear t1Ournew storekeeper W S Lw 3in hits arranged with Jaincj S Tread way to build an addition to hid store hfru hi once us he rays ver3heofOlympiuflung her old home and children She look her grandduug her Miss Mamie Kincuid home with her dayslDennie Burns clerk fur W J Lawson spent Sunday with his father Puttnan Burns near Bald Eagle he mukiug the trip ip his new rubbertire buggy that just landed from the factory a day or so ago Mrs C B Reid spent Thurs 8terhnget legomotherdoingas well as could baex peeled ICorinth Church burned down to the ground Sunday The fire Blurt- Ing rum sparks lighting on the roof while Sundayschool was inI session The benches and organ were all that was saved outside of the window sash Kentucky and Kontuckians Continued from first page expressinnsofcnznmendation for my state and her citizens You may inquire what has modeS tho fair Dame of Kentucky shine so brilliantly at the head of the roll of slates Is it because of the 1IloodII feuds that have for so many j terrorized the inhabitants of thefl mountainous regions of tho State the reports of which have been mag niflod and flashed across the coon try like lightning and read with awe and wonder that such an uneivillzh ed place yet remains within the bounds of a Christian land in this enlightened age I emphaticallyh answer no Why ditions as those tend to elevate thelIe moral standard of the proud com on monweulth in tho crucial eyes of a watchful nation and place her good of name upon the highest pinnacle ofe fame No it Is not that Kentucky and has acquired tho high position she now occupies because of the force cile and genius of her illustrious sons who in dayb gone by have labored plssiduouslyutntion and for theirs You need man bnjyto read the pages of history resplendent with tho marvelous deeds wrought by0ie efforts ot her sons to find wherefn the story oras her true greatness is harbored Kentuckians are actively engaged To every honorable business and an prufteiioii uuder the sun Iud inc 1 f H r JJ I r a l r 1 JillI 1tpLi1ir1ri 4 w thJ fihn J I n Make MOlley In CaliforrIf you are industrious and capable you crn milkc mazy4 there The rancli ave breaking up into small farms that need more worke 5 to care for the sncreaedr product The towns and citiea are prosperous beams the country jare great valleys of the richest soil in Amen a for you If you have a little capital you can own one of these small arms ycurzelfor Wewll can rent one on shares and pay for it out of the producta few years send you descriptive booldes and foldes giving full infOImi tionabout the money making opportunities for every member of the fariilyLi You want to see what the country is really like you c5i1 go the WOka few months enjoy the delightfulclimate the scenerf ud earn enough to pay your expenses both Ways by takingof the o Bargain Rates J c Every Day March Ito May 15 I 33 From jF lFor on colonut tickets reduced rates from alrrost nay pcfnt East iMexaetThrough tourist ccrihoura quicker lian any other line Double daily tourist service via Jtriweekly via Colorado Din lIicar service and free reclining chair cars both route The Rock Island has representatives throughiout the United States they am travel experts nd can save you money You czn have their anisUnce in arranfaii tho California trip for the akio Consult your home ticket n cnt or write to the undersigned for our CaUtornia boo and eomjlelo folder Across the Continent in a Tourist Sleeper j aFrSEBASTIAN ttmllolttcsJaG Jcou-ne uu PUBLIC Executors of Jacob Warner deceased WE will at late residence of deceased on OODJT1805 sell to highest bidder the follow ing property One horse one bind mare one bay mare sorrel mare ibtu milch cows four red calves 2 yearold steers red yearling heifer two calves 100 barrels corn in crib some hogs farming implements too numerous toI mention Ternis All sums of 10 and under cash hand All sums over 810 due in six months payable at Farmers Bank VIK T J1 D WARNERI D FARIS Auctioneer practically every instance they have acquitted themselvee with renown and reflected credit upon the State Peruse carefully the printed record and you will see how many com monwealths of this nation can df rectl attribute much of their sue cess and glory ae governmental in stitutions to the indomitable will and wise counselorship of native Kentuckians who have taken up abode within the territory nnd I assure you the picture there pre ented will reflect grand nnd most magnificent achievements and per chance inflame your passions chieve such honor yourselves Kentucky is u part of the beauti iti southland and partakes its charming qualities She is veritably a land of promise where every man is brave and every woo opcnheartedgeneruus and we are proud of our birthright Since the first dawn of time when the glowing sun rose from be lind the eastern horizon and re ectcd its bright and dazzling rays the living moving objects of he world and made glad the heart every living creature woman has er entered into the life of man ruled and controlled him as queen regent of his palatial domi Rut no place on earth has the i dominant influence and the gentle presence of woman wielded so com ate and majestic control over and received as tender aifec itions and manifold respect as is nc galluntKentucky the first thought and the happy recipient of their courtly civilities beautydwould willingly sacrifice their lives t Chicago 3O Remember the Rock Wad rns more tonrbt cars b CaCfonu 11ai any oli J route May of them are of tie Ulott pattern with wide naJow ud lavatery eM p toilet room for both men and women untuuiHr Ursa and eoinsteto In Uvar appo ntincBIfc Cut out Us adrtement till u paces below end auul to J JOHN 1Pauengar Traffic Manager Rock Wand Sritatn CHICAGO I tPlease rnd me r31e1 of fare to California and yocr Sutrmleil 1 =If 1 Califonua book and fuU iofcrraation about your new emca- I crexpect to leave for Cufomia about d it f 0ftnj would Wte SnfcrmaUon about i1IIII itc- a1 azAtiIL gt r Ji t I 4itc As I the bay one steer two one of in H ofaU if needs ber to protect her from in jury and guard her against insult Long live the queen of our hearts the object of our love and ndmiriu tion whose beauty graces anc charming simplicity have done much toward glorifying the great name of our honored State We all love Kentucky und cher ished in our hearts those tender feelings which make the true bun dntion of unfeigned patriotism Wherever you may find a trueKen tuckian you will alwnys find a man in whom the current of friendship nnd fidelity coexist and intermix to compose the essential elements which make friendship long and lastingI uld rather live in Kentucky than any other place underthe bur canopy of Heaven T ere is no higher introduction if youare Up one who comes from the BlueGias State They at once regard you as a man of principles a man id dence being abused or your turn ing traitor to faith Such has Kentuckian which our ancestors bare made and maintained and its now incumbent upon u the younger generation in whose hands and to whose administration will tain those noble virtues and tntWet WilY better accomplish this we should keep at all times before out puthwiiy as Ourniagnetic star to 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