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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I t t y PV s I 1 f rfti d 1J i Ci I lfJ1 1fJt i t L L j HlW3 r Jt I i j 0 1 t tf 4ti i 1 58 If bi rI ti f fj l i t U lOUIf ji VOL XXVI OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 27 1905 NO 41 r =V f Drink Wainscotls Pop i30 j Buy a sewing machine of J A fpovera nobby hat tee Urother t t The Wnito eowlcCgmucntrre Is as oular all eveci try t r 16 1a in hard f ware t JjuaUrotb r tI dOf Bewng maclllou re y J A power paea T Y unK Ia the authorized r le of THE OUTLOOK to collect 1 Look at our SOo shirtB- ROTHER1 BUOTUEB Go to J M BrotlicrH drug store far wall paper aud garden eeed I UtbeUwago II at Jt E LA AT BvttouV r Drv 5 W Conner makes teeth from the cheapest to the best f 10 TN PerryoIe the lat est pattern of wall p n per 4 1 Tha Union and Black Hawk b eprn drills are sold byBudBroth r H Get the Sloddard disc harrows amd rakes at E L A T troa ltlBrother Co have a full stock of harfows cultivators and double akoyal plows f Americas lady corset the beet I corset Bade For sals by Broth iris Brother H L LaIIle ageat for Wieder Man bottled and Budwetser r 1 bottle and keyv Ii t ed Douglas shiies None better I f360 126025 For sala by Brother Brother Brother k Brother want you tob i C ad eee tl ir elothtng before 0 ky vontyou B rMHiefcef panwEverybody wears tbe tla rip 10c button For od i ialafcy Brother At Brother AH who have property to tell at public auction call on M D Furls He will give sntiofaction Milwaukee and Deering mower and binders E L A T Brao ter G W Clajton at Salt Lick Ky t HhaYeall fonf08le of general n t t aY Ae it 29 W IIr BiiF lPk liRe collari Yiic trace Getour Drices 7 ItLiA T Miaou The BewrMob eco Miter will pay of tj I t rlt etfjjl t tpnn Bud Bruth r 11fe J1uU eonay term W 4jj TV X W Conner the1 dentist Jj iif i OifliiJluiidcr d all approved ItJi1 iallltedej for the painless es lhe i tract t i Kall ter Sunday was u One bright I ir ilajr wim riioiigh ftp invite folk Pf VpH f6r triftKhd they general vi jj JlWepted the tltlunwr Tfce iJIelt lrtlngtstndbe t Miitj karcft rc B ti e Ca l 11118 by uddj- fr Jffl t nOlretaat to try one fif iet r ryltiinK in wall paper it ttmm fhl M elelllt all late styles fTrkturiti go W T U Perry A Ce i reaT Bd Suceestof twobora fttur Stllfl tlotguarR zv1t R EL ATB o n Jk lttiU Hoaakera liae ofR 0i w iit carts and shovel plowe Full i J M3f Obflr88 farfli aeblnery x2t lItler oer rake lt1 ii alliliarrows fte t101ir blader and ower at I Ce sell the Me Cer i k aad ke pa full stpet ef JiC rcaJri wbi b Is worth aoasiderina JItaHhIt ToaOtkaew what a maUj I2 HBt of flMl U take to get a tHalltyn kY aa Leader eook ifcHre or ranne Luvt your order 1tuJl7 Iratlwr for oae t Yi J TSfc iwaffieet for largt crop tWMO fHa m Wai merer better1 iHth b t tiaa to fguraj J e ioM e MturBH4 eh the leatiiilH1jtrtJyl the wily u t the kea iIlT9 MPC orbiHl j frl 1 o iHdHM ad tt wire MltebellwagQDS di lL It ra frfErt U ri l e uli I 1 8u e DI J t itlMlh alet ur pri i 1 l for iifr IHiWt lh nJ BiOiiI Sw 1A there aff iaoiM opie ikit want ta ft1 Wbwff yat the eatalogurhouw r ri f aydttecl liB of cheap I r S rtiMIeIdhave ft i It 1f a yli trimaed top i jjiii l7t Jfther uarHr to o a JatlMreuihioabek 142 full 2 i th te7I JhrCluartel o 1t t l I 1r cpr et or f i Ialufttll oYI int r r JITI Ke1lietl1MtItn i UtJ UI8 I prP redtn pri i hea iIle s I itt 8etopeera1a1te1p filJii 11 tjBa all sorti 11 ro JII t hl I5taltfrtJ at bet tatfK j i jiltlfi Co IIreoorW ti lIrB a fbT n a aBd ou will lad it vto id t f ta have us do crfc V rI W Jfco print pQtteri dodgers 1thJlIg aiIly y tJI 9 offles iprI 1 r 1 rtgJreaii tL1l l i rtRJt1 i J i Ij r t p 1 V h 8 tif J S riioQOo ti K ipo j 1 1 Y cbcbaCI t jrf 3 fjr PERSONAL Rev F D Palmeterof Tollesboro was here Friday Chas Hnrbeson of Flemlngsburg Will here Sunday K S Estilland JKEimnons went to FieniingBburi olldutflss Minnie Jackson who has the rover is reported some better J J D Conner went to Ashland Sat urdu returning huuio Monday urge Wells and Arthur Power were hi lluynvllle Sunday and Monday Judge John A returned Saturday from a visit at NVlucliesterJ Buford Goodan uf Stoops camel Saturday to visit relatives near town Oscar Palmer attended the funeral of Dr A B Boyd at Carlisle Tues day Mrs Oscar Palmer and children are vislthur tho formers luther near Bethel John Snedegar of Ashland spent from Saturday till Monday with friends Morris Brown came up from Lou isville Sunday to visit his father T Brown Miss LnurA simckelford of Mt Sterling visited Miss Katherino Rico week Mm Jesse Hampton went to Win chester Monday to visit her parents Ed GalUklll ana wire ChaR W Peters and wire of Slmrpsburg spent Suuaay and Mon day with relatives here RL Zimmerman came up from Paris Saturday to visit lila famllyre turning tiuuday afternoon Eugene Mlnlhan and wife attend Easter services at the Mt Sterl- Ing Catholic Church Sunday Mrs Iiuao Boberte and two children of Paris cam Saturday to visit father James Viyilluuis Miss May Hendrix attended the funeral of uer broiherlnlaw Dr AI Boyd at Carlisle Tuesday J- Ed Galtskill of Winchester vUIul hlB daughter Mrs Jesse Hump ton Wednesday and Thursday I Mrs John W Honaker and b b son Robert t Lee returned Saturduj- from a visit to relatives at Mt Sterl ing Frank Perry Wallace Qudgell Jr and Miss Mary Gudgell went Tues day to attend the dance at Winches J J Nesbltt went to LaxliiRtoh Saturday to visit his daughter Mi P trader returning Sunday aV teriioon Rev Elbert E Dawson of More held visited his father John W Dawsoii west of towiii Wednesday lust week Mrs VorU Vanlandlngham of SadlevHIe oume Saturday to visit her bnther and sisUir John nUll Misa liva McKiulvan Mrs Susan Lane daughter Miss Pearl utld uranddaughter Alias Klttia Lane of Mt Sterling cauio Hutur dtiy to visit Horace Lune- AtlssBessse McCree of Campbell HagerinanCulleKH Lexington came Friday to visit Mrs Henry Hopkins vfueur lower Sluttt Bridge Hon Wallet of Sharpoburg wusherl1hutllduy in the interest of Ills candiducy fur the Diomlcr tll- numlnatlon for Representative W P Conner returned MonA from a visit to his daughterMra Hugh Cox at Bardstown Mrs Cox came with him Capt Conners health is Improved v Miss Anna Peters who had a poelA tlon as stenographer with tWo Lick J ing piver Lumber aOfl armers has given up h position and is visi Ititig her sister Mrs Crlt Young A heavy rain tell Friday r Qn Allwool carpets See Brother Brother DrAW Ioet OneC are froa locked bowerSunduyI night Roe Hart of Prickly Ashbought of Bij5 Wells Jra2yearoldm- ule for 105 Look at Brother k Brothers franite S5o carpets They areI pretty on the floor Dr W OMelntiro bas moved his office from the Elliott building the rooia oter this office la Large etoek of buggy barnesslap jdustcri aad whips ELATBlRox JOUver aeant the best to be ifeought in chilled plow has no equal For tale by Byron Bros Wii p Yotinfr of up Prickly Alb engaged to Thos Robertson of Bethel two weanling mule colts lo October delirery forfHO p HKAK CABT I have as trood a ik cart aa you eversaw hand made with beat springs with oath Ion and all straps ready to hitch tofcI 6 Dontbuy until you see ese carts 4t T SSRBour- uperiorcorB drJ1l s best and eapeiU Soldy E LAT BTBON Get the genulae Brown double hoyel IXL 5tootb culdv tort ne Jkftwr BIBOKBKOS The season it about hsrotollet Totit tobaeto laRd those that have et their crop with the Bemis to bmceb setter liave met with best lee I You had beat figure with I B othld ro l uoais T So Shroqt koeps a till Blocky of lilxhgrade buggies Celiiinbua Buggy COB ckways LamonteVButtcrman Luthsandmany others at the lowest prices Two afro for cash or 4tTSSSKOUTtf aoIi M4DB w BniiKQ By lap jr buggies in carload lots 1 get 27 baggieB laid down atVres ton tor 35 where it would cost me 5JOpl6i8tnpthepB ac ew at a time yiHtI in carload lots I can ye95oa objobSo my profit isMvedJn large quantities If you wast a buggy of any quality 1 will aye you money on it sure for cash areredlt rB SHBOCI i r fnuy your spring suit from Broth cr Brother A N Crooks sold llenryllopkins fourteen 109lb hugs at 6Jc AKOTHEK OLI FIDULGBSCOKTEST K M Caldwell of aiiller burg the wellknown pulilic entertainer notilius us that he wfll be here next Tuesday to organize und givo another Old Fiddlers Contest Friday night May 12 sj INFECTS OP FUOST Reports as to the effect of thetfroste und tobaccoIsome reporting peaches killed and tobacco plants injured others Hay log they are not We have just received nice lIte of new buggies and would like for you to call and see them Wo buy for cash all discounts off and oint be undersold ESTILL HONAKER Co Masonic Bldu Owingavtlle Ky JACOB WAKNEK SALEAt the sale of the personalty of the late Jacob Warner near townSaturday corn in the crib sold at 225 to 235 per bbl one horse and hreeI mares brought from 70 to 125 averaging over 100 per head four witch caW from 2250 to 3250 I sow and nine pigs 30 1 sow and eight pigs 3250 CALL AND SETTLE Arrasmith kIRobertson having dissolved part nership und turned stock over to W R Peters Jr to close out at cost for cash or produce and books also will ask all owing us to call and settle your account it wilt be put in the hands of a lawyer to wind up after thirty days AnnA siiirn ROHCOTSON Bethel Kv v FATAL SnooriNo APFBAT At al dance at the colored dancing hall in Sharpsburg Friday night Henry Wells and Kemp Ames of Carlisle both colored got into a rovtX The quarrel WHS renewed outtide Euoh shot a couple of times at the other Wells nose was grazed by a bull und Ames was shot through th body Weils was brought Saturday und lodged in AmesI died Sunday afternoon Cells ex auiining trial U set for lhutsdut tie claim pelt defence tf DB4 A B BOYDV DEATH DrA Andy Boyd died at Fairtuount W yd Saturday afternoon Lie hud been practicing bis professiun of duntittry ihete for about six months IIIdwlfewhn was at Carlisle was nutitled of his illness und went to him arriving there Thursday afternoon The body was brought to Carlisle Monday night and the funeral was held there Tuesday Deceased was a son of Spencer Boyd and was burn and reared near Reynoldsville He wu6 aged 32 years After the death of his par ehts the family removed toCarlnle Deceased learned the profession of dentistry and practised inCarlisle and for some years at thin town returning to Carlisle nbnut five years ago He married Miss Ossa Hendrix daughter of Squire Thoe Hendrix of this town She and their two little sons Tharp and Smith survive Deceaseds brother Thomas died at Carlisle recently Hie eurving brother and sisters are Misses Mary and Bessieof Carlisle Mrs Kale Rutlitf of Mexico and William of Virginia The bereaved have the sympathy of many friends In their Joes H F MARTIN Farmers Ky April 221905 Resolutioni on the death of our worthy brother 0 F Martin H FMartin wall born in 1851 and died on tho 20th day of MarohK1905 at bit home in Farm Ky He was initiated into Farmers Lodge No 82 L O 0 F on the llth day of December 1903 Con latent in attendance never missing meeting in the Lodge unless pro vented by some unavoidable cause was an ardent member a faithful observer of tbo principles of ourI order The brotherhood of love of an Odd Fellow was firmly engrafted jn bis nature always ready to assist a brother in distress or to do a kind fraternal act whenever opportunity offered loyal tofriemls and gen erous to foe Hevalfrankand open in aU hu intercourse with blsi fellows and faithful to the principles bees pouted He has filled his sphere well and stands before the Great Judge who recognizes merit and if merciful to all We feel that the world has been benefited by bis having lived inhI- And in hie death hi family has lost adavoted husband and father the church a faithful pastor the Lodge a useful member and the community a good honorable citi zen Let us honor and keep the virtue Iofour beloved brother fresh in our memories while we bedeck grave with the evergreen of sympa thy believing that be with Byron would say Nay no marble bestow The splendor of woe Which the children of vanity rear N6 fiction of fame Blazen my name All I wish all usk is a tear Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be sent to his family a copy seat to TaEOwiNQBViLLE GOT LOOK for publication and acopr spread upon the minute book of our Lodge lAE ETANS W H THoMAi VCotnmittce- J MCBEABT i Go to the Rucket Store und get one of those cuils for yourself or buys before they are all sold STREET FAUtA committee business men is working on a pro ject to give a mammoth street here about Thursday FrldnylI1d Saturduy May 18 19 nnd 20 Lib alreadyheencommittees will be in charge conducted the highlysuccessful street fair last September and vice presidents will be appointed from very district and vot ing precinct in the county Pre mi him will be offered fur everything that is produced on a farm The intention is to employ Saxtons band of Lexington and if this is done the Dance Club will give ono of their justlytamed hops AVABNINQ Hoopeeton III April 20 1905 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK In view of the fact that a number of people from Bath county have conceived the idea that the gold at the end of the rainbow is to be found here I desire to devote some of the valuable space of your paper to information concerning Hoopeston and Vermill Ion county First the industrial opportuni ties which hare been exploited there are wanting Kentuckiano from Barren and Metcalf counties huve Btvarmcd in upon this town vicinity They are still com ing This migratory movement is due mainly to the fact that the American Can Co which controls the canmakirig interest of the Kylahorruns may read the warning Stay away from Hoopeston und Vermil lion county Already the tie I shuffle bus begun Hobos may be seen along the railroads eating thuir concoction of shipptutr und water We know fnt least ono wayworn a Kontuckion of your vicinity who by the Ur18 known hero by the name Silvester Slim who has boarded the rode and doubtless ere jthia has completed bis illegal inev to tholund of sun and flowersI facts may be valuable to mme one who contemplates coming s this section Respt R S Vfo 8ILLE RACES The spring meeting KtcouisvilleopenmglJorby Day iluy 10 has drawn mure horfeti than in former rear Every a available ftall in and ouisiile of the gniundx is occupied All of u the big stables in the Ueet arc represented either in whole or will part of their strings it being iiu jlhoicnhnriss ulnuist sure starters Agile winner of the Tennessee Derby RamV Hum winner of the Mont gomery Handicap beating aged hones with his weight up lJr Leg go tho best threeyearfid on the uoait winner of the California ulldI Arcot Derbies Ivan the Terrible Kurtzmun Bruden CIde oPillker ton Ed SheTidan and Frpebooter nineteen others have made tho nalI payment and their owners expec tatione are based on Improvement over laot years form In the Ken tucky Oaks twentyone fillies qual iliedvith possible starters in ln tense La Londe Anglela Druid JanetaLady GoodrjchRegaleLady Ellison Mum Marie Frances and Bushford Belle The ClarkHnridi cap has contlnueato hold the same high class horses the majority of whom are at tbe trn kSteepleI chases will be given every other day the Louisville Steepl cb se Stakes being among those run The railroads have made a spec ial rate of one and onethird fares for the eetlngQuiten delega tion will go from here Savoyards Wisdom Louisville Post Washington April ISThe Jef ferson Day speeches of Judge Par fcer and Mr Bryan serve to empha size the wide gulf that separates the conservative and ihe radicals and notw we realize what an impos sible task the Democratic party set about last summer when the at tempt was made to fuse the element that believed in Cleveland andJohn S Carlisle and the element that be lined in Bryan and Jerry Simpson Jefferson and Hamilton Jackson and ClayBrecklnridge doo glus were not so wide apart as Parker and Bryan and JeffersonDavia and Abraham Lincoln were not wide apart the day that Fort Sumter was bombarded It is true that Mr Bryan gave Judge Parker a great deal of lip service of which he constantly keeps a large supply on hand last campaign and it is equally true hat on the night of November 8 last Theodore Roosovelt gave no more evidences of satisfaction witjh tho result than didWllliam JBryan next morning Therefore 18ay- lip service isgermainand the word for the occasion JudgePurkers speech lostThurs day evening would not haVe challenged by any Democracy the last generation It is thoDem 90r of Tllden and of Thurman of Clovclandand Lamar But it out of fashion at last on the shelf and bus given place toradicalieni We have fallen on times when the constitution of tun United States has no more binding force upon a Democrat than it has upon a Re publican when theDeninonitic par ty haltfIo more reverence fpr that sacred instrument than thePopulist ipairty had The Democratic party sgJ 5 1i1t i Is fishing in troubled waters and it seeks to catch u serpent rather than u flsh DemnCrllllcrp iein to the verge of socialism The ChicugoIfor governmental ownership of all railroads engaged in interstate commerce as soon as it gets u thutIa chance to become the greatest man of the age All he has to do is to saddle socialism on Chicago He suys that ho indoreedMrRoogovelts railroad policy because it wilt lead to ownership i persisted in Bud that is abundantly truo and then be gave us another twist of the Bryanic politieal kaleidoscope He now says he is in favor r theUnited States acquiring all the roads en gaged in interstate commerce and the others he would have theStutes acquire Not a great while ago hlJI said it woitld not do for the general government to have puch enormous machinery in its hands The Hon Frances 6 Newlands a Senator in Congress from the American Old Sarum Nevada was at the Now York dinner and followed Judge Parker What ho was doing there at all I cant un derstand unless he was trying to represent Bryan and why he made a speech 1 cannot imagine unless it was to show that bo hud not tho slightest conception of the princi ples of the Democratic party and the teachings of its exemplars The report goes on to sly that the Hon Newlands opened his ad dress by outlining the principles of Democracy as he understands them wish I had been there Iunisure ho said something to put peo pIe amarveling When I first got sight of the lion Newlands he was member of the Fiftythird Con gress That was in 1803 At that time lie would not have walked on tho same side of the street with a Democratic principle And now 10 is an elder in the Democratic expounding Democratic doc trines and preaching Democratic ospeU Nut long after that he ran against Stewart for Senator and hede dared on the stump that he was a Democrat n the money question lint u Uppnlilictin on the tariff ciilriiinr lift was a 1C to Icr and protectionist Tber t ifore he hud been a Republican but was always silver mun The Hon Newlands had this to sny ThuMilay night Judged by tliecp principles which he hud urt luiJ down there are men in he Democratic organization who lire not Denijcrnts Could Solo mon have put it wi er Could Den id have adjudged it fibrewder Nay verily Then the Hun Now nndrf gnyo us this profundity Judged by these principles there wen in the Republican party who art Democrats And whom do you suppose he was talking about Why Abraham Lincoln tbe first Republican President and Theodore Roosevelt the last Re publican President The man was lot jaklngA surgical operation would not get a joke into his un derstanding Swift and Dickens might have worked on a man like the Hon Newlands fur u decade without conveying to his mind the faintest sense of humor Now Newlands heard Bryan and Ben Tillman say that Lincoln was Democrat and as he is not as steady on his Democratic pins as he would like to be but as steady as a man so lately in the Republican party is capable of be ing the Hon Newlands Jumped at the absurdity and clings to it It only shows the loose shackling rutty way some Democratic lead ers talk politics It is exceeding ly Bryanesque Abraham Lincoln lived and died utterly oblivion of the fact that he xvas a Democrat and I make no wbaIsay they have discovered about his politics it would have made him very uneasy He believed in the doctrine of Hamilton Ho idolized Henry Clay He opposed ihe Mex ican war a Democratic affair While he was living the Democratic party had no use for him and he had ho use for the Democratic par ty But it has goti to be eminently Democratic these days tb proclaim the rot and the absurdity that Lin DemocratI no more ofa Democrat than Lincoln it is true he put some tariff Democracy in some of his writings but he has got bravely over that und the standpatters are not the least little bit afraid that he is going to dump any of his former reetrade heresy at their door If Mr Roosevelt is Democrat what is the Democratic party pretending to be alive for Why dont they go and take posses sinn of their President if be is theirs Why dont they niake hitn do some Democracy if he is a Dem themrret one them or go to foreign parts tlt is simply idiocy for Demos crats to make capital out of Roose velts Democracy There is noth ing in it There are two things tnVDemocratic organization may do It can continue on the road to socialism and go to the devil or it can toke tho adviceof JudgoPark ir and deserve to live v SAVOYARD l l x I t- f p1IiJ L Sheriffs O A JL E FORI TAXES MONDAY MAY 8 1905 the undersigned as Sheriff or his Deputywill sell atCourthouse door in Ovvingsville Kyf the fol lowing property to secure payment of taxes for years mentioned Oil GOB Co Ky Raglond OT and 01all the louses on the Joe and Marshall CogsVeil farms in Bath county and all of tile piping casing und other machinery on said farms amounting to 226 72 SETH BOTTS Sheriff Bath Countv AUCTIONEER If you want the services of ap auc tioneer call on tne Terms reason able GEORGE H GUDGELL Odessa Ky All The Money California la not from its gold fields Fortunes are made from tho wheat fields and the fruit farms Why not investi gate the chances there Tickets 33 Chicago to California via Chi cago Milwaukee StPaulRaiIway Union PaciGc and Southern Pacific line dailvl1archlto May 15 1905 Rate fqr double berth 7 Chicago to San Frtrncisco Las An geles SantaBarhara Tourist folder with complete in formation sent free on request F A MillerGoneral Passenger Agent Chicago or VS Honfell 381 Broadway New York A Rare Musical Treat Tiie musicloving people of Ow ingsville and vicinity will be pleas ed to learn that Miss Esther Margo lin tho renewed violinist axristed by a corps ofemin entertainers will give a select musical concert at the CoUrthouee here Thursday evening April 27 Miss Margolin has in the past few months given concerts in most of tha cities of Kentucky and theTocal press was enthusiasiic in their praise Miss Margolin is a violin ist of reputation throughout the country She has appeared before large audiences in all the principal cities Miss SUfi Grennan pianist is well known throughout the State as a performer of rare abilityMiss Clara Louise Maulls hUll n sweet voice of remarkable tone and hUiI charmed thoucands Miss Ollie Piggthe cornet solai thus no equal on the instrument She never fails to arouse intense enthusiasm Herr Von Progg the impersonator isn great New York favorite and a sure cure for tho blues This entertain ment will be a social event and no one should miee jt The admission will be 35 cents 15 cents rarebit dren Tickets are now on sale ut Kimbroughs drug store BLUE GRASS Nurseri esSPRING 1905 Trees by the million fruit and shade small fruits grape vines shrubs aeparaguc rhubarb and ev erything ordinarily kept at such nn establishment We sell direct to the planter and have no agentp Tree and strawberry catalogues on application to H F HILT ENMEXER k SOUS Lexington Ky THE OUTLOOK Yoiir home paper and the following papers will be sent one year pricetmentionec1 The Outlook andWeekly Commercial Gazette i year for 140 The Outlook and daily Louisville P ton year for 385 i J A i 1 fT l t = EUGENE MINiBAN to get VULCAN PLOWS L iThey arc the best and the chpappst for they do the best ftoik Tliu nthJellr tCosta nothing to try one fyPLOW ftCAIjyfWefw vcnHfeiiirfanntI th larsppfr the lowest prtirsi Oilri Handmade Broechine Check Lines and BUild Brldlen will outwnar tir rof tho other kind Com nitil see tliein and IwflllUvuyou inohcy InI r give yon Homemade goods that arc warranted rv EUGENE MINIHAN Owjngsvilli RACKETSTOBElT We Have Received a Large Urtelf of Spring Goods From theEast It will surprise you tb see what we cmxS save you Come ii and get oup prices Si1 Screen Door Hinges pr 10c Staging ball 40 5 Fish Hooks lc Stove Polish5cBrooms 25 15 lOo Spurs 100 5 Hole Wood Mouse Traps 50 Door Knobe white knobs 19c Hatchets 45 35o 3 boxeb Carpet Tacks 50 Riveting machine 36c Whitewash Brushes 25 15 lO5c Varnish Brushes 5 3c Paint Prushes 40 25 15 lOc China Mugs 5c Telescopes 755044 25c Window Shadea 25 20 tOe Cuff Buttons pr 25 15 IQc m oc Hope Muslin 8 e 94 bic Best ice Best Calico 4 5c Stable 1tFI1tLadies Silk 50 r ra e9 Threaci e8 J 5JLate Style Belts 25 Nice Pearl Buttons doz Jtter f Boys Cotton Indian Head Cotton yd J2 r yd JJc Ladies Night Gowns 411 Ladies Vests JO riiJc ldLIICbPfllowCurtain Poles lOsrV jNo 60 Sjlk Ribbon yd lOif Mena at almosii any price 7Z CASH PAID EGGS WEFLTMJljiH i THE ONE PRICE CASH STORES Cambrics Pepperell Sheeting Cambric Glovespr UoysSuits FOR 6 8 to 25 Summer 5 8 ice Hose s 9 iij 14 ace 25 48 Ribbons 15 ic 250 sa FOEEGGrS- MR rLL WM R PETERS t BETHELY igFuneralCalls promptly obeyed day or nightl rlj Seasonable Reaso table tt r Goods at I owprtcesJfrfflv You are invited to call at our store that 6inspect pur and get I welpnces n any where else in town Come In8nd look Wie expect you to buy if we dont ave YOU tMake our store your when irt town I adiea 5 Oxford Shoe 89c Mens 3 00 VIcJ dfjtJft1J Ladies 200 Shoe 149 1500 Suit 250 Slide 198 Mens 1260 SuliH 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OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers y i i i OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY i I THE DAILY GRIND ICy ton when you speak ot the work you do theres something to keep c mind b41No matter how little It pleases you dont1 j call it the dally grind Dont tell of the tasks that you dislike nor grumble at sorry fateJ ir There never was work set to our hands that we had a right to hate It isnt the work it Isnt the hire norlk tolling from sun to sun That counts in the eyes of them who see Lt Its how is the labor done As soon as you say its a dally grind thattt moment you hate your work- SThat moment the Imp of Indolence shows you how you well may shirk h That moment you lose alt your good In tent that moment you ought to quitttot the work that you do Is a you while you are a frlena to It ifAnd once you have called it a slavish task r and named it the dally grind Your work is a snare that will catch yourt4 feet and cause you to tall Iol Ky son when you work you must finish or your task you must finish that task alone t And work that II done with a friendly hand will change to a stepping stone t r r Will carry you over the barring stream i or out of the clinging slough And lift you to where you may put yourbhand on the work that you t to do I It will help you along to tho heights you seek will bring you unto your goal r But when you declare Its the dally 1grind It will grind you both heart I N soul In Chicago Dally Tribunei t fjand and I f By IRVING ACHELLZRc Author of Eben HoUen Oirrel of the Blessed Isles Etc Oop7rt btlWbIXtroprul llllang Company J CHAPTER XV 1tJ Drla narrative was the talk ot the iaSon Those who heard the tell did not were fond of quoting liz odd pleases and of describing how 7 Dri wouldthvust and parry with his Jackknife In tHVstory of the bouts 2 4 The mystery ortbat plunge Into darkness and Invisible water was a4 trial to my nerves the like of which a I had never suffered After they had pulled his lordship out of the grave I I1 cr and I knew there would be no more fighting I began to feel the strain he I had put upon me He was not so ir itrong as Dri but I had never stood before a quicker man His blade was as full ot life and cunning as a cats paw and he tired me When I went I Iunderthe water I felt sure It was all I over for I was sick and faint I had a been thinking of Dri In that quick de I scent I wondered If he was the man mho had got away and rone down the a alldeI was not the less amazed how ever to feel his strong hand upon me I as I came up I knew nothing for a 01Ume Dri has told me often how he I bore me up In rapid water until he Icame into an eddy where he could a k t touch bottom There presently I got 1 back my senses and stood leaning on Ms his broad shoulder awhile A wind t vas blowing and we could hear a boat Jumping in the ripples near by We a jtcould see nothing it was so dark but I P left me feeling his way slowly and soon found the boat He whisUed 9 to me and I made my way to him There were qars in the bottom of the 01 boat Dri helped me in where I lay i a back with a mighty sense of relief Then ho hauled In a rope and anchor and shoved oft The boat overrunning the how in a moment shot away rapid i ly I could feel it take headway as we q 4 dove the murmuring waters Dri set i the ors and helped it on I lay awhile thinking of all the blood and horror In that black night like a dream of E evl1that leads through dim regions of silence into the shadow of death i I thought of the hinted peril of the 4 4 slide that was to be the punishment of poor courage 3 Dri had a plausible theory of the elide He said that If we had clung a to the sides of it to break our speeds plummetut our on a rocky leapedsHow tons 1 lay tre thinking a rested l hae jio satlsfact n Jf Louise u Louison came Into my J tJiooghf8andaplanolrescue A rush e rfcavalryandreeking swords a dash for the boats with a flying horse under F each fair lady were in that moving aitZiIal vision But Where should we find iL them for I knew not the name of that j country out of which we had come by ai1ffc ways of darkness and peril The old query caaae to me It I had to choose i I between them which should I take I r There was as much of the old doubt 0 lnme M everFoJ a verIty I loved them both and would die for either d I It I aMmy eyes at last and rising lay Sands upoB the gunwales could TAt dimly see the great shoulders of Dri swaying back and forth as he rowed 4 The coNIng dawn had shot an arrow Into the great black jiphefe of night s 4 t cracking Itfrora circumference to core cr aad Roods of light shortly came pour a lagiB sweeping down bridges of dark gates of gloom and massy walls 1 qofatadow We were in the middle of t 3 a broad river the St Lawrence we I I knew albeit the shores were unfa 1 s millar 10 either of us The sunlight 1 sfeelt is the ripples and the breeze l 4e fawted them into flowing fire The r OTBiag lighted the green hills of myf f satire tend with a mighty splendor t A new llf eaad a great joy came tome sal tiled miylHngf with the sweet air v Dri palled into a ve and neither i could speak for a little He turned Ir looking out upon the river and i nMkMier pK his brown cheek y No we talkin said he in a lowWS1 tone 9M the bow hit the shore ala 5fc f BO country lak this un don care where U 7e80i As the oars lay still we could hear k 1 In the lar Umber a call of fife andi I drum Listening we heard the faint f familiar strains of Yankee Doodle We casae ashore in silence and I l j hugged the nearest tree and was not able to say the Thank God that fell ha1tspokenpJf CHAPTER XVI tU+ We lOt our bearings a pair of boots for Dri ands hearty meal in the cabin eC aOaettlerv ThegOoclmaawasW1fa t it f aUlUr with the upper shore and we 1etao Wp la OurmYi5terYStarthig lt west IB ilia rrwoos OB o r way to the 1 t aarborV we stopped here and there iUtea bat beard paly woodthrush lt2 partridgethi1feand drum of nature J tt other music rhad gone outI feMfiBgr Vehao eMtpass but Dri qr i y kewtheiereetascreWkuow8th a 1 J air He knew the language ot Vi trees auihe brooks The feel of the kilt sad w1talke called the lean f Jr iJIeu told MM which way was i 6 Ieth JUveraad stream had away M tWBg hiM Kkfce they had come J tt tJMr e4g but he 7J f ai 1HI SrIaa eC aiIij IrIr j 1 i JjtI l 1 fr Isr 1b Jif i 11 a L r J 7 t r + 1tIi IfIr c J f ber after we had come to the harbor at dusk and told our story the general asked him to Indicate our landing place and our Journey homo on a big map at headquarters Url studied the map a brief while There was a look of embarrassment on his sober face Seems so we come ashore bout here said he dropping the middle vlclnIItyavaaay hellwards over n this ere direction With that Illuminating remark he had slid his finger over some 200 leagues of country from Quebec to MichiganThey us with honest Joy and no surprise that evening as we came into camp Ten of our comrades had but as for ourselves they us In for a long stay We aid little of what we Had gone through outside the small office at headquarters but somehow It began to- ravel passing quickly from mouth to mouth until it got to the newspapers and began to stir the tongue of each aw recruit Gen Brown was there hat evening and had for me as al ways tho warm heart of a father He heard our report with a kindly sym pathyNext morning I rode away to seethe Comte do Cbaumont at Leraysville had my life and a great reason toe thankful but there were lives dearer than my own to me and they were yet in peril Those dear faces haunted me and filled my sleep nlth trouble rode fast reaching tho chateau at luncheon time The count was reading n a rustic chair at the big gate He came running to me his face red with excitement Msleur le Capltalne he cried my hand In both of hIs I thought you were dead And so I have been dead as a at drowned In a well that turns up again as lively as ever Any news of the baroness and the young ladies A letter said he Come get oft your horse I shall read to you the letter Tell me how wero they taken I was leading my horse and we wero walking through a deep grove Eh bien I am not able to tell said he shaking his head soberly You remember that morningwell I have o men there for two days They are armed they surround tho Hermitage they keep a good watch The wasp he is very troublesome but they see no soldter They stay they burn the smudge By and by I think there is nothing to fear and I bring them home but I leave three men The baroness and tho two girls and their servants they stay awhile to pack the trunk They are coming to the chateau It is In the evening tho coach Is at the door the servants have started Suddenlythe British I do not AT LUNCHEON WE TALKED OF THE WAR know how many They come out of the woods like a lightning and bangI bang bang they have killed my men They take the baroness and the Misses de Lambert and they drive away with them The servants they hear theI hots they return thy CeaMUtell us We fjOlow We find the coach it is iiTthe road by the north ralLVjKeul they are all gone We tto the river but here he lifted his shoulders and shook his head- dcilefuilywe could do nothing The general may let me go after them with a force of cavalry I said I want you to como with me and talk to no my capltalne said he It would not be wise We must wait Wo do not know where they are I have friends in Canada they are doing their best and when we hear from themeh bleir we shall know what is necessaryI how Itad met them that night in Canada and what resie of It They are a cruel people the Eng lish said he I am afraid to find them will be a matter of great dim cultyBut the letter Ah the letter he interrupted feel ing in his pocket The letter is not much It is from Tiptoes from Loulspn It was mailed this side of the river Morristown You shall see they tbnot know where they are He handed me the letter I read it with an eagerness I could not conceal It went as follows My Dear Count If this letter reaches you It ullt I hope relieve your anxiety We are alive and well but where I am sure I have no better Idea than if I were a baby just born We came herewith our eyes covered after a long ride from the river which we crossed In the nlghtY think It must have taken us three days to come here We are shut up Ina big house with high walls and trees and gardens around ItIL beautiful place We have fine beds and everything to eat only we miss the boulllabalsse and the jokes of M Pldgeon and the tine old claret A fat Englishwoman who waddles around like a big goose and who calls me Mumra as If I were a wine maker waits upon us We do not know the name of our host He is a tall man who says little and has hair on his neck and on the back Of his hands Dleu he Is a lord who talks as If he were too lazy to breathe It Is your Lordship this and Your Lordship that But I speak well ot him because he is going read this letter it Is on that condition I am permitted to write Therefore I say he Is a great and good man a beautiful man The baroness and Louise send love to aU Madame aysdonot worry we shall come out all right but I say worry and good man do not cease to worry until we ore safe home Tell the cure he has something to do now I have worn out my rosary and am losing faith Tell him to try his Your aftec tlonate LOUISON She is an odd girl said the count as I gave back the letter so full O f quickalltired you have ridden far in the dust- t I shall make you glad to be here A groom took my horse and the count led me down a wooded slope to thee lakeside Octagonal waterhouses painted white lay fioating at anchor- t nearusl He rowed to one of them for a bath Inside waa rug and a table and soap and linen Abroad panel on a side of the floor came up as 11 pulled a cord showingswater clear and luminous to the sandy lakebot iiT 1 tom The glow of the noonday filled the lake to its shores and in a moment I clove the sunlit depthsa rare delight after my long hot ride At luncheon we talked of the war and he made much complaint of the northern army as did everybody those daysMy boy said he you should Join Perry on the second lake It is your only chance to fight to win glory He told me then of the Impending battle and of Perrys great need of men I had read of the seafighting and longed for a part in it To climb on hostile decks and fight hand to hand was a thing to my fancy Ah well I was young then At the counts table that day I determined to go If I could get leave Thtrcso and a young Parlsiennc her friend were at luncheon with us They bade us adieu and went away for a gal lop as wo took cigars We had no sooner left the dining room than I called for my horse Due at the Har bor that evening I could give myself no longer to the fine hospitality of the count In a few moments I was bounding over the road now cool in deep forest shadows A little way on I overtook Theresa and the Parlsiennc The former called to me as I passed I drew rein coming back and stopping beside her The other went on at a walk Msleur lo Capltaine have you any news of themof Louise and Louison she inquired You and my father were so busy talking I could not ask you before I know this only they are in cap tlvity somewhere I cannot tell where You look worried Maleur lo Cap italne you have not the happy face the merry look any longer In June you wero a boy In August volla it is a man Perhaps you are preparing for the ministry She assumed a solemn look glanc ing up at me as if in mockery of my sober face She was a slim fine brunette who as I knew had long been a confidante of Louison Alas mamselle I am worried I have no longer any peace Do you miss them she Inquired a knowing look In her handsome eye Do not think me impertinent More than I miss my mother I saidI have a letter said she smiling I do not knowI thought I should show it to you butbut not today Is it from them It is from Louison from Tiptoes Andand it speaks of meZ Ah maleur said she arching hot brows it has Indeed much to say of youAndand may I not see It I asked eagerly Mamselle I tell yo- uII must see It Why She stirred the mane of her horse with a red ridingwhip Why not I inquired my heart beating fast If knewIf I were Justified you know I am her friend I know all her secretsWill you not be my friend also I interrupted A friend of Louison he is mine sheAh mamselle then I confess to youit is because I love her I knew It I am no fool was her answer But I had to hear it from you It 180 remarkable thing to do but they are in such peril I think you ought to know She took the letter from her bosom passing It to my hand A faint odor of violets came with it It read My Dear Therese I wish I could see you if only for an hour I have so much to say I have written your father of our prison home I am going to write you of my troubles You know what we were talking about the last time I saw you myself and that handsom fellow Mon Dleu I shall not name him It Is not mydearwarning I did not know the meaning of friendItMyheartI can no longer laugh or jest or pretend bo happy What shall I say That I had rather die than live without him No that is not enough I had rather bean old maid and live only with the thodght of him than marry another If hqwere a king I remember those word myleorto me now I repeat them often If I could only say I know Alas I cats but say I do not know nay even I do not believe If I had not been a fool I should have made him tell me for I had him over his ears in love with me one day or I am no judge of a man But you know they are so fickle And the the Yankee girls are pretty and so clever Well they shall not have him if I can help It When I return there shall be war if necessary between France and America And Therese you know I have the weapons and you have done mo the honor to say I know how to use them yoUthlnkTthe mytroubleways but I know the cure It is lovetoujours lamour Now I think only of him and he recalls you and your sweet prophetWitheach line praying for happiness for you YouriPS I feel better now I have told you sayPoorthink me a tooL Eh bien I have no bet ter thought of him He can put me under lock and key but he shall not imprison my secrets and it they bore him he should not read my letters L I read it thrice and held it for a moment to my lips Every word stung mt with the sweet pain that afflicted Its author I could feel my cheeks burning Mamselle pardon me it is not I she refers to She does not say whom Surely said Therese flirting her whip and lifting her shoulders Msleur le Capltalne is never a stupid man Youyou should say somethln very nice now If it is Ithank God Her misery is my delight her liberation my one purpose And my congratulations said she giving me her hand She has wit and beauty a true heart a great fortune andgood luck in having your love I raised my hat blushing to the roots of my hair It is a pretty compliment I said Andand I have no gift ot speech youJhave made mt happier than I have been before If I have made you alert Ingenious determined I am content was her answer I know you have courage And will to use itGood luck and adieu said she with a fine flourish of her whip those people had always a pretty politeness- of manner Adieu I said lifting my hat as I rode off with a prick of the spur for quitehaltanMy elation gave way to sober thought presently I began to think of Louise noblebefuWulIsuffering what trouble I knew not and all silently there in her prison home A sadness grew in me and thpn I sud uoublaIloved the better Yet this iaterrlarj had almost committed me to Le oIlTo s CetiIiuLI t BACK TO- BETHELOUR SEft1 ON STORY by thetHighway arid Byway GodsIOopjricbt br J Jl idoontScripture Authority And Abram went up out ot Egypt he and his wife and nit that he hail and Lot with him Into theI south And Abram was very rich In cfctile In silver and In gold And ho went on his journeys from the south even to Bethel unto the place where nls tent had been at the beginning between Bethel and At unto the place of the altar which ho had made there at the flrst and there Abram called on the name of the Lord Gen 1314- HRISTIAN in his l pilgrimage to theI lCelestial city was no t short cut to theIright road whenI goneL1rhthatled away from i truth and right Il He was repeatedly Jin obliged to retrace L his steps to theIk point where heI had made his first misstep In order to get started right a aln Famine drove Abraham down IntoI Egypt Unbelief perhaps was theI guide which led him into that place of temptation and trial Surely It was unbelief which made him fear In the presence of the strange and unknown king and people It was unbelief which led him to seek escape from imagined or real danger by refuge in a lie and it was unbelief which made him content to dwell In a land to which God had not directed him But Abraham is not alone in suchj experience Unbelief today and with less excuse than In that day of im perfect revelation leads away from the Bethels and brings us Into the 2gypts where fears assail and temp tatlons are strong Unbelief plunges us into sin Then we cannot take up our walk with God until we get back to Bethel Thank God that Ho did not fan to record the missteps of His servant Abraham for our instruction but thanks thrice thanks be to Him that Ha has told us how Abraham having sinned and wandered from Him came back to Bethel and there called on the name oJ the Lord It Is night The stillness of the midnight hour is only broken by the lowing of cattle and the bleating of sheep as they feed in the adjacent fields and the occasional voice of aIherdsman as he recalls a wandering sheep or rounds up his cattle The little group of tents stands out clearI against the blue background of the dls taut horizon while the roundpointed apex of each points silently and faith fully upward towards the myriad stars that are flashing tyth their light The flaps to the tent are drawn with one exception and the inmates wrapped InI their rugs are fast asleepIBefore the largest of the tents a man Is seen to be pacing back and forth The size of the tent Its location for ItI stands somewhat apart romthe pl1ellJI and the signs of its richness and luxury which may be detected even upon the outside Indicate that its occupant andI owner is the chief and head cf the tribe A closer look at the figure moving to and fro before the open tent reveals the rich texture of his robes and it is not hard to guess that it is the chief him self With bowed head and uneasy nerv out step he moves down to the end of tho grassy slope and then back again He stops as he approaches the door rea- dJusts his blanket drawing it more closely about him for tho night air Is cold and then throws himself upon the rug in the tent entrance and with a half moan half despairing cry he calls Sarah Sarah He knows she is not within he knows there will come no answering word to the cry of his heart but he cannot refrain from speaking the name And then as though unable to stand the si lence he springs again to his feet and begins anew his wearisome tramp It is Abraham A few months before he had come into Egypt seeking pastor age for his large flocks and herds The rains had failed that year in Canaan and hearing that in Egypt In the wellwa tered district at the mouth of the Nile there was plentiful pasturage he had hurried thither His coming had been heralded to the king and ho had been received kindly All had gone well The country was pleasant the flocks and herds thrived and Abraham and those with him were settling down contentedly as though they had come to Canaan for the time was forgotten and the call and promises which had come from Gcd to Abraham at Haran had wellnigh passed from memory But now all was changed A great sorrow had come to Abraham His beautiful wife Sarah had been taken into Pharaohs harem and it had come about in this way The princes of the country had visited him often in their desire to be friendly and had seen the fair woman whom Abraham introduced as his sister in accordance with the agreement between them as they left Canaan to go into Egypt for Abraham feared if he said she was his wife the princes of the land would covet her and kill him for her sake But Instead of the princes seekingher hand in marriage an offer which she and Abraham might safely have refused they told the king of the grace and beauty of the woman and Pharaoh had sought her for his harem a request which could not be denied And so Sarah In anguish of spirit but fearing to protest and reveal the theyIa splendid retinue sent by the king had carried her with much rejoicing In sheIandIwas Oh the horror and distress of those days which followed No sleep at night to shut out the sorrow no relief by da9 to assuage the grief The darkness was made darker and the anguish cutdeeper because he realized that by his own wrongdoing his own deliberately planned falsehood he bad brought the The Power of Environment Take two kernels of corn Put one in some dirt in the cellar and It will yellowIin the warm spring earthrauO a stalk will grow strong green aid finally laden with ears of golden gjaln The difference is In the surroundings The environment of the one shuts away the kernel from Gods sunshine and rain of the other these Influences for life are upon It Take two lives Put ono in an atmosphere of doubt and lr l iII3t ii trouble npon Mraself Ah in the tim j of trouble what a poor comforter is a guilty conscience How the hiplash of the memory of wrongdoing cuts and tears at the heart destroying avery refuge of peace and taking away the hope of escape hut at such times though he heart dare not look up in confidence towards God how It cries to Him for de iverance and when tile lesson Is learned deliverance comes The king showered gifts and allen Lions upon him all of which he loathed but dared not refuse Oh what cowards makes of us all Day after day he had sent to inquire after the health of Sarah and the messengers had brought back strange tales of troubles In the days of preparation for the great state wedding betwun Pharaoh and Sarah were filled with singular mishaps annoying delays The royal apparel which had been prepared for the nuptials was found moth eaten and ruined and the court drapers were taken suddenly ill and unable to make new garments A strange malady seized many of the princes and attendants of the court so that they were un able to appear before the king to receive his orders and carry out the elaborate plans The bakers in the kings kitchens had for days been busy with meats and pastries and confections and dishes of every description for the great banquet and when everything was nearly ready and all that remained to be done was to bestow the finishing touches they had found the great store viands Infested with little worms and the entire feast spoiled And Pharaoh himself did not escape A strange feverishness filled his veins He could not rest at night for troubled dreams disturbed his slumbers and he would awake In terror On the night before the day set for the royal wedding the king had an unusually restless night and towards morning a most horrible dream bad aroused him He thought a great eye was looking out of Heaven at him and searching him through and through that his every thought was laid bare and every secret uncovered He tried to get away from It he tried to hide but that eye was ever upon him Then came a voice like a roll of deep thunder It seemed to shake the palace walls so that he expected to see it tumble In ruins about his head and then he heard the the man his wife Awaking with a start he summoned his attendants and quickly dispatched messenger for Abraham with the command that he should come at once to the palace And In the early dawn the kings servaat had found him pacing to and fro before his tent door If it had been- a trying night for the king it had been doubly so for Abraham knowing as he did that the next day Sarah was to become the wife of Pharaoh How he had wrestled with himself and with God How he had repented of the misstep which had brought him down into Egypt and the falsehood which he had told How earnestly he bad promise God that if He would deliver him from his troubles he would return to Canaan and serve Him And when the messen ger came he felt somehow his prayer was to be answered Meanwhile the king had sent attendants to bring Sarah Into the royal pres ence and fearful and trembling at the unusual proceeding and the unseemly hour she had obeyed The days of anxiety and worry had left their tell tale marks upon her fair face the dark lines under the eyes and the sad droop about the mouth told the king at a glance that she was not happy Tell me he asked sharply and abruptly are you Abrahams wife Speak not falsely to me And theking leaned forward to hear her gnawer The silence in the throneroom was tense and painful as they waited for her to speak With downcast eyes and trembling voice which was scarcely audible she whispered- I am and then with a deep sigh as though of relief she sank to the pavement in a faint The women at tendants bent over the prostrate form restoratives were applied and soon she was brought back to consciousness againAt that instant the doorkeeper announced the arrival of Abraham and as he entered his wife rose to her feet and with marvelous composure awaited developmentsWhat this that thou hast done unto me exclaimed the king in a voice which audibly expressed the anger which he felt and which was reflected In his swarthy face Why didst thou not tell me that she was thy wife Why saidst thou she is my sister so that I took her to be my wife The king paused in his rapid fire of questions as though waiting for Abraham to answer but the latter only shamefacedly hung bJa head and before he could respond Pharaoh con tinuedBehold thy wife At the words Abraham raised his eyes quickly and looking in the dlrec- tionthe king was so dramatically point ing he beheld Sarah his wife it was the first sight he had had of his loved one since she had been taken to the kings palace and almost before the king could say Take her and go thy way he had sprung to her side and clasped her within his strong arms unmindful of court etiquette or the presence of the king As the princes and courtiers of the realm came to understand how their king had been deceived and embar rassed and his dignity violated there was great resentment against Abraham and Sarah his wife but Pharaoh gave charge concerning them and ordered that they be brought on their way with all their substance And so Abraham went up out of Egypt he and his wife and all that he had and Lot with him and he came unto Bethel Ah how good It is to get back after wanderings in sin How blessed to feel that we have been restored to Gods fellowship and favor At Bethel th re was the altar of sacrifice there was talking to God and revelation from God and there was the fresh start on the road of obedience and faith Back to Bethel then oh Christian Back to the house of God there to find the Christ Gods perfect sacrifice for sin there to call upon His name there to receive new revelation of Him and there to make the fresh start in the earthly pilgrimage through the Canaan of this life towards that better land above religion and the natural result will be a selfish and a godless life Put the other life in an atmosphere of faith and love and the natural harvest will be a devout and usefulllfec A Vin cent One of Many Smlthl wonder what drove Lush ley to ddnk- JonesTrouble I believe SmithWhat kind of trouble JonesHe was troubled with an un EnQulrer JUDGE HARGIS TRIAL Witness Says Defendant Asked Him To Enter Into a Plot Lexington April 20 During tho trial of James Hargis Daniel Bush stated that Hargis had asked him about ten days before tho shooting of Jockrlll to enter into a plot to kill him and offered as an Inducement the marshalshlp of Jackson Attorney W W Vaughn ono of the men claimed by Anso White in his testimony to be marked for assassination by Hargis camo here from his home in Oklahoma Territory to tell what he knew of tho alleged plots on the life of Cockrill During his examination it was brought out that an effort was made to start trouble in the courtroom dur ing the application of bail for Tom Cockrill and that Hiram Hays had attempted to start the difficulty with Attorney Vaughn who was acting for Cockrill Lerlngton April 21Moso Feltner resumed his testimony in the Hargis case After a long wrangle among the attorneys the court ruled that Feltner could testify to nothing connected with the Marcum killing and the alleged conspiracy lending to it Felt ner stated in his deposition several months ago that he was present at a conference with the Hargises and Cal lahan at which the method of killing both Marcum and Cockrill were dis cussed The court now rules that nothing affecting the Marcum case can be testified to In this case The most sensational disclosure Feltner made was that two years after Cock rill was killed and it began to appear that the Hargises would be Indicted James Hargis through Feltners broth er Felix proposed to go on Moses bondFifteen hundred dollars was to bo used as a guarantee that the Hargises would have Feltner acquitted of the murder of Fields Lexington April 2When J B Little was put on the stand In the Hargis trial a now phase developed He re lated the circumstance of a personal encounter between himself and the de fendant and the defense immediately urged the theory that this was the cause of an animus he bad forcibly demonstrated bxhls manner of testi tying Although the progress made was not as rapid as had been expect ed Col Allen stated that he would cer tainly close tho case for the common wealth soon so that the defense will begin the introduction of its testimony THOROUGHBRED HORSES Fourteen Perished In the Flames at Frankfort Ky Frankfort April 22Fourteen thoroughbred horses among them Vlsela entered In the Lexington Futurity per ished in tho flames which destroyed the barns of the Frankfort Driving as sociation here The loss is fixed at 10000 Col A D Martin of Connecticut is president of the association Closed Their Doors Bowling Green April 22The private banking house of P J Pottere Sons oldest and considered the safest bank in Southern Kentucky filed a deed of assignment The assignee is Col E L Mottley one of the wealthiest men In the city The bank has a capital stock of 75000 and deposits amounting to more than 700000 Can Not Be Aggregated Frankfort April 22ln reversing the judgment of the Jefferson circuit court in the case of Henry Weaver a negro coachman sentenced to servo five years for grand larceny tho court of appeals held that separate offenses of larceny can not be aggregated to make the totat 20 Each offense must be tried separately No Great Damage By Frost Barbourvllle April 20Reports from various mountain counties do not indicate that the fruit crop has been damaged to any great extent Apples were scarcely touched the peach buds receiving the greatest damage It is thought there will at least be halt the average crop of the latter Need Not Pay License Frankfort Ky April 2lThe court of appeals decided that as tho revenue law passed in 1902 fixed no li cense for operating pool and billiard tables for hire owners of such tables can not be forced to pay license The old law required a license of 25 a year for such tables Linotypes Destroyed By Fire Louisville April 21The crossing of two elettric wires caused 60000 loss from fire in the establishment of the George G Fetter Printing Co 422 421 and 426 West Main street The plant Is insured for 192500 Five linotype machines were destroyed Goes To the Philippines Georgetown April 2Prof Graham H Kemper assistant in the high school department of the Georgetown city school has been appointed a teacher In the Philippines The appointment is for two years at a salary of 1200 per year Alleged Colored Murderer Captured Hopklnsville April 22A negro believed to be Henry King who is want ed at Birmingham Ala for the mur der of Patrolman James H Mulllns September 27 1903 was arrested at Empire by Sheriff Lem It Davis Gift To Kentucky University Lexington April 21 President BuT ris A Jenkins of Kentucky university received a letter from Andrew Car negies private secretary offering to give 25000 for the erection of a new science building provided the college will raise a like amount- DIsfiurcd For Life Mt Sterling April 21A keg of powder Ignited by a spark in Scott ounty blew up and dangerously in- Jured Will Brockman and seriously burned a bystander The former will be disfigured for life if he recovers Accidentally Shot His Companion Bowling Green April 20Leslle HocUersmlth 12 son of Capt Too Hockersmlth an L N conductor gas accidentally shot by a flobert rile through both legs by Catlet Stark ion of John W Stark a boy about the lame age Mrs A Caroling Knight preceptress of the Ui S Grant university at Athens Tex has resigned Her teach ing life covers a period of 63 years Many men have achieved a reputation for philanthropy because they gave back the collar button to the man from whom they stole a shirt Most single women say they wouldnt marry the best man In the Word and most married women know they didnt 4c o t i= NO BARGAIN DAYS THERE For the Reason That Everybody Would Wait for Them to Do Their Buying Goy La Follette of Wisconsin was describing the sharp business methods the intense economy of a certain of business men relates an exchange 1 Those men he said should f re in Duckwater Perhaps it was frompuck TJieyhaveacteristicn WhatlOU have never heard of Duck then here is an for you of the character of theiIIulltrationI A drummer went to Duckwat ono winter and to tbe leading merchant in goodsheThese goods sir would make a tempt ins line for a bargain day merchantWesir ThyisBecause replied the merchant If wouldbuyTHE COMMUTERS WATCH Set by Almost Every Passing Tram and Never Up to Schedule Time Commuter ehasked the watchmaker WI14broulihtiny owner rag to the New York Times The watch shows it went tin the threetimeshandshas lesthehis watch by the trains having more faith in the railroad schedules than movingthethe variations of the trains from tho schedule until he wears out the watch Almost every commuter has certain trains bwhich he regulates his watch regardless of their variations from the- schedule and in consequence he never ias the time exactly right Serious Trouble in Prospect The protectthebirds women of Ger thebirdsthem We may confidently expect to hear something from Germany in a short time will make us forget the war in the far east Calves ton Tex News S For Growing Girls 21YrsAremedyforsizes her recommendation by the follow rag experience oldlastCrazySpells woutdIHleshe would eat little and was very yellow even the whites of her eyes would be yellow doctors aeus no encourage helpherKidney Pills she has not had one btci spell Of course we continued the treatment until she had used in all about a tohercertainlythe ofMrssave their daughters much pain and sick futureforProgress would be even more rapid than it is if we Avere all as anxious to earn all the money we get as we are to get all tile money we earnPuck- GRATEFUL TO CUTICURA For Instant Relief and Speedy Cure ot Raw and Scnly llnmour Itching Day and Night for Many Months I do wish you would publish this let ter so that others suffering as I have may see it and be helped For many months awful sores covered my face and neck ccabs forming which would swell and itch terribly day end night and then break open running blood and matter I had tried many remedies but was growing worse when I started with Cnti curs The first application gave me in stant relief and used two cakes of Cuticura Soap and three boxes of Cuticura Ointment I was completely cured Signed Miss Wide Lakeside N 1 The more I see of these cranks who say UncleAllenChicago Tribune LifeSaving Stations More lives can be saved by having many small stations along the coast onePushecksall drug stores in the country If your tokeeplife saving stations Pushecks Kuro is the best remedy known for stomach troa bles Rheumatism Catarrh Pain Weak ness Scrofula andall diseases of thi Blood or Nerves Price If your dni gist will not supply you send to Dr LPusheck Chicago A Grand Island Neb Dr Pushecks Remedy lisa done won ders for me and 1 want to recommend it to all sufferers Fred Hardekopf Very few people care as much about sue eroding over other people as do about not having somebody succeed over themK Y Press S In a Pinch Use Allen FootEase Shake into your shoes Allens FootEase a powder It cures Corns Bunions Painful Smarting Hot Swollen feet At all Drug gists and Shoe Stores 23c Sample FREE Address A S Olmsted Le Roy N Y To love one girl exclusively is jftn in suIt to the rest of them and they always resent itLzfe- S S am sure Pisos Cure for Consumtioo saved my life three years agoMrs ihos Robbins Norwich N Y 17 The Easter bonnet may be a dream but the Easter bonnet bill is simply a night mare Atlanta Journal IT SAVEDMYLIFE PRAISE FOR A 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feeling inflammation the ova ries backache flatulence general de bllity indigestion andnerrous prc 3tra tion they should remember there ie one tried and true Lydia E PinkhamaVegetablecornp und at on ijremoves such troubles No other female medicine in the worldthas received such widespread and un qualified Refuse all sub stitutes Mrs Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice Shehasgnided 4 thousands to health Mass d 1d rt1TIffGJfESTAWAkDAT T STLOUIS WORLDSJA WATlPftoOP r JI4W W11ML 5LICtU c A41ow1 COftTA1U3lieD 1136 i 505Y05 OSA cNvfltAN CO LLTO5ONTo CAN None Ift to Chloroform Shallw the next generation r asked thsage of Plunkville N i If cigarettes an tight laeinkeep their present bolts on the sexes re torted the Pohick philosopher there aint to be no old folks in the next generationPittsburg Post Sonic day you may be president of the United States said the patronizing per son I hardly think so answerra th small boy with the spectacles My par eats would never conserit to my standing out of doors on a March day to be in augurated Chicago Journal Write to S G Warner G P i T A Kansas City Southern Ry Kansair City ilo for information concerning free Government Homesteads Colony Locations Improved farms Mineral land Rice lands and Timber lands and for copy 61 Current Events Business Rice book C S Fruit book Cheap round trip homeseekers 4i tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of each month The short line to th Land of Fulfillment Does your husband ever win at the races No answered youn Mrs Sometimes the bookm him hold a few dollars of their n a little while But he never ially wins Washington Star 1UnilormCtntUiy line steadily increased the sales of LION COFFEE The leader of all package coffees j Lion Coffee is now used in millions of homes Such jr 5 popular success speaks for itself It is a t positive prod that IIWI CtFFEE has the S Confidence of the people The uniform quality of LION COFEEE survives all oppositionbUON COFFEE keeps M old trtenfa sud makes RaW ono every 4a3ILION COFFEE 0tIhas eve ee 4than Its Strength Flavor and Qaal fey to commend it Oa arrival from the plantation It Is carefully roast ed at our factories and securely i packed fa 1 Ib sealed packages Spand Rot opened again vntil needed a S for ase lathe home This nreclvdes the possibility of adnlteraUon or contact with germs dirt dust Insects or nnclean hands The absolute parity tfrfl 7LION COFFEE Is therefore guaranteed to the consumer Sold only in 1 Ib packages LlonJiead on every package Bavo these Lionheads for valuable premiums SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE L WOOLSON SPICE CO Toledo OhIo4 4b h f s if F 4f iK r L T t P rm i ry fvi fltz = A CURE YOUR KIDNEYS ti1 When the Back Aes and Bladder Set In1 Get at the Cause a fTroubles the mistake of bellevjng and bladder ills to be local 1 Get at the cause and cure tho kidneys Us6 Doans Kidney t Pills which have 1 cured thousands Captain S D Hunter of Eu Sine No 14 Pitts burg Pa Fire i4 Department and residing at 2129 I W Wylie avenue sarsItIt was three years ago that I used i Doans Kidney Pills for an attack of kidney trouble that was mostlyj back ache and they fixed mo up fine There t 1t is no mistake about that aiid if I should over be troubled again I vrpuld hatitf are sale by all dealers Price 80 llcentsFosterMiIbt1toBuffa1oNy INDuSTRIAL MEREST j J exported 250000 tons of lucifer UtK s last year The tace trade affords employment to sOmething like 200000 persons in France Canton China boasts of oveKO trades guilds These guilds have fine halls and spacious courtyards where their mem 4 1 bern meet daily and discuss the affairs 4 5 of their respective trades and other mat ters A new use for aluminum is found in making spools and bobbins particular v ly for mill work TilE aluminum bob a bins weigh less than half as much as 7 wooden ones are less influenced by 1changes in heat and moisture and are more durable The hardestworked women In Eng I land are the chainmakers of Cradley Heath Staffordshire These women j have been known to work at the anvil dor15 hours and then go home to do the 4 housework and the washing They get I four or five shillings for every hundred tweight of chain they make which usu- allyI takes a day and a half j ANOTHER RECORD IN- LANDHUNTING nf13i 0 f ThIz Springs Exodus to Canada 1 Greater Than Evere It was thought In 1003 when over t1 fortyfive thousand people went from f the United States to Canada that the J limit of the yearly emigration td the wheat zone of the Continent had been 4I reached But when In 1904 about as large a number of American citizens v signified their intention ot becoming IisetUers on 1adlanlands the gen were prepared for the an aI nouncement of large numbers in 1905 I No surprise therefore will be caused q Jwhenit is made known that the pre Ij dictions of fully fifty thousand more In 1905 are warranted in the fact that cithe Spring movement Canadaward is greater than It has ever been The special trains from Omaha Chicago g st 44Sl Detroit and other gateways S been crowded Mafi aveione4 Joh frlendsandrelaUves wfio have repared homes for them and otherse lave gone relying upon their own re urces satisfied that what others i t have done cin mlso ie done by them 4 t This year muchnew territory has S been opened up by the railroads which e IUjextendlng their main lines and throwing out branches in their march icroes the best grain and grazing lands on the Continent This new territory has attractions for those desiring to homestead on the one hun dred and sixty acres granted each set tier by the Canadian Government Many also take advantage of the opportunity to purchase lands at the low figures at which they are now being offeredIt not require much thought to convince one that if Iowa Illinois dMinnesota and other lands with a Ivalue of from fifty to one hundred and f fifty dollars an acre will give a good F living by producing ten to thirteenp bushels of wheat to the acre and t thirty to fifty bushels of corn to the 1 acre the lands of Western Canada at i seven to ten dollars an acre produe f ingjfrorh twenty to thirty bushels of a superior wheat 16 the acre should produce a competence to the ordinary farmer in a very few years These e ar the facts as they confront the r ThaponIllionsot acres of SUCh aiin Western Canada In add I tlon to the other zniilionsthat are con sidered to be portion ot the biggest and beat ranges that ever invited the 4 cattle and horse producer of the North 3c American continent What Is particu evIdent In Western Canada Is i I Uletactthat the wheat lands adjoin Singthe grazing lands make farming particularly agreeable and profitable t AThe agents ot the Canadian Govern mont who are always willing to give Information M4 advice to intending settlers say that the acreage put un 14f der crop this season is greatly in ex 7 cess of last season zAdL PECULIAZITI- ES4itJuI L A Burmese mile nearly equals two JTh English ones The word for mlleln 3 L l Burmese means to sit and so a mile1 Is the distance that a man goes before be considers it aenraary to sit down ID ChtnatLe con ldered the k low p SSXrSSeL Actors share 1tbIwUi bwl ers the pain of exclusion from at literary examinations t i iB wheh every 6ulcandltatels a i probable mndarin a SI t The wives of several prominent New e I Zealand gentlemen are tattooed upon 4 the chin These ladies are true Maoriea i j or aborigines and they are women of ft1it mach charm and refinement One is the alearnedjudge4fJIr j Cannot Seduce a Rate TttU stated in Washington that under 4 the Townsead rate bill if a rate is fixed V r J by the Commlselon it cannot be lowered + 1 bya railroad Should an emergency arise calling for a decreased rate the t yallroadsbr shippers would have to ape peal again to thsComthisaIonthere be- ingl no latrlude allowed Vh teyer the clr Bee Hitherto a maximum i rate baa been the rule but no such con m posedlegkJuS iiwhi a fellow doesnt know about ljtv a girl thatBWue him to fall in love with I r PhildeihiaRecord 4 yAre TouUlfr I ha eceied bounds and can re yea a most stubborn and r JIkMt obet akdleHH8Ihaye accom and cures I wil- laimyPushecksKuroo1t1 Trial if it r pay cures all Iaed Nerve troubles and dISeases 4 e from them such a st Skin Dis 61l Seak 1 ft Pam Headacie HeartDiseases rUMI Kidney trouble etc JiookIe jbMiMviee free Wnte me about your 4q fsDr Tatkeek Chicago i ae i4c enemyelr esd 1 t IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS CONDENSED Interesting Happenings Boiled Down for the Busy Readers FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NOTES Government Officials Doings Crimes and Casualties Progress of the War Between Russia and Ja pan In the Far East President Roosevelt has killed a bear and a bob cat He is satisfied with his hunt for the biggest game the Rockies afford If he gets one more bear or several he will be better pleased but to quote his own words I got what I was after It was really sport and I hope it keeps up President Roosevelt has been asked that the carcasses of the bears killed during the hunt bo sent to Denver for distribution among the poor That President Roosevelt is enjoy ing royal sport in his hunt for Rocky mountain grizzlies is attested by Sec retary Loeb who returned from the camp after having spent the night with the party While the only game pulled down thus far is the bear shot by the president and the bob cat shot by Dr Alexander Lambert there has been plenty of recreation- M Taburno Russian correspondent who has returned from Manchuria for a short vacation during the lull in operations there says he docs not ex pet serious fighting for at least a month or six weeks The Russians are placing orders abroad for 400000000 cartridges and i is also inquiring for ironclads of from 15000 to 20000 tons It Is reported Russia has purchased several war ships The Bourse Gazette says that Gen Kuropatklns request for a continuation of his salary as commander chief 72000 per annum has been refused by tho war office Japanese Minister Motono called up on French Foreign Minister Delcasso concerning the presence of the Russian Pacific squadron In Kamranh bay The terms of the French response although not given out tend to give am pIe assurances upon all the questions raised of Frances strict neutrality Theophile Delcasse minister of for elgn affairs has tendered his resigna tion to President of the Council Rou vier It has not been accepted It is believed that M Delcasse will yieldI to the insistence of President Loubet and the president of the council to remain In the cabinet The motives leading up to M Delcasses sudden de termination to retire from the cabinet are primarily attributed to internal controversies over the Moroccan quesI tion and this to some extent has been accentuated by similar controversies over French neutrality in the far eastt On April 1 in estimating tho value of foreign coins for customs purposes the secretary of the treasury proclaimed the value of the Mexican silver dol lar for the quarter commencing on that day at 477 cents for the month ofc April and 498 after May 1 John Lee Carroll of Maryland was elected president general of the SonsI of the Revolution Gifts amounting in all to 250000 will be made this year to small colleges in the rural districts of Tennes see Kentucky North Carolina anlIWest Virginia by Dr D K of ChicagolA snow storm raged over the western portion of Nebraska Several points report the heaviest snow of the year with a strong windI Johann Hocb alleged bigamist and accuses slayer of many wives was placed on trial before Judge Kersten ChIcagotFrederick E Stees 64 national sec retary of the Patriotic Order Sons of America died at his home in Philadel phiL The bill to tax batchelors 10 a year was made the order of business of the Wisconsin assembly and after a long t debate was indefinitely postponed by a viva Voce vote Work on tho Lookout Mountain tun nel will be commenced at once During a 40 mile wind Peoria HI was the scene of a small tornado which disturbed many homes andt wrecked five Four people were Injured none seriously After a trip through North Georgia State Entomologist Smith said There Is no doubt about the fact that 75 per cent of the peach crop north t of Atlanta is a total loss as the result of the recent cold weather Dr C W Shannon a retired surgeon of the United States army died at his home in Elkhorn Neb ofI Blights disease Business failures in the United States numbered 183 against 196 last week 199 in the same week in 1901 and 152 in 1903 While hunting through a safe for papers John P Foss 80 a retired Chicago merchant discovered 75000 worth of stock of the Peoples Gas- Light and Coke Co Mr FOBS had forgotten all about having purchased the stockBy the explosion of a bottle of gasoline in the home of John E Kunkle Greensburg Pa three children of the family were burned to death and a fourth so badly injurer that her recovery is a matter of doubt Lieut Gen Chaffee chief of staff left Washington to Inspect military posts In the south and west Secretary Taft has concluded to vis- It Tokto while his ship the Manchu ria on which he will make his Philippine trip is coaling at Yokohama Enraged at the action of John Bar nett a negro In killing Albert Walz field another negro because the latter circulated the report that Barnett was a dangerous man 20 negroes employed in a levee camp near Askew Ark took Barnett out and hanged him Beginning May 1 the wages of blast furnace workers will be increased The United States steel corporation is not included Chief Wllkle of the secret service left for Honolulu and the Prillpplne islands A branch of the secret serv ice will b established at the former place and possibly at Manila John Alexander Dowle of Chicago has clewed negotiations and obtained options on a tract of 2000000 acres ol land in the state of Tamullpas Mex where he proposes to found a new Zion City nAmedcanmlsslonary of the aame of Kennedy was attacked by snore than a hundred marauders at Kuho sleD 40 miles from Hang Cliw i The state department has advised Ambassador Porter that an American squadron will be sent to bring the body 6f Paul Jones to the United States probably In June The body of Paul Jones was borne from the school of medicine to the Am erican church of the Holy Trinity In Paris and was deposited in tho re coRing vault to await the arrival of the naval squadron which is to carry back the remains to America Mrs Fred T Dubois wife of Senator Dubois of Idaho was elected presi dent of the national society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Mrs Donald McLean regent of New York City chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution was elected president general of the national so ciety D A R The ury which Is to decide the fate of Nan Patterson on trial for the third time upon the charge of murder- Ing Caesar Young a bookmaker was completed Miss Patterson will again face a jury composed almost entirely- of married men only two of the accepted panel of 12 being single one a bachelor the other a widower Rush orders for the cruiser Tacoma- to proceed to San Domingo were re ceived It Is stated at Pensacola Fla that a number of warships have been ordered to San Domingo by the Ital- Ian government and as trouble is anticipated the Tacoma was ordered there to protect American Interests As a result of the investigation be- Ing made by a commission Into the spread of cerebrospinal meningitis In New York city Health Commissioner Darlington stated that he believed the communicability of tho disease has been sufficiently well established to warrant the placing of all cases In quarantine The little village of St Geniveve Ont Is In mourning over the loss of 14 lives In a fire which destroyed tho convent of St Anne One nun nine children and four old women perished n the flames Two nuns were so severely burned that it feared they will dieA serious flaw In the new dry dock at the Charleston Mass navy yard has been developed by severe tests recently made and It Is believed that at least one month will be required to effect the necessary repairs Mrs Clarence II Mackay has announced her intention of becoming a candidate for the public school board of Roslyn L I where she resides Hitherto only men have been chosen members of the board M Paul Lessar Russian minister to China whose foot was recently amputated is dead United States Senator Orvllle Hitchcock Platt of Connecticut died at his summer home in Washington Ct from pneumonia Tho end came almost unexpectedly the Immediate cause being the breaking of the abscess which had formed in the right lung and which produced strangulation Secretary Taft received the acceptance of Alfred Noble of his appointment as one of tho board of consult- Ing engineers of the Panama canal commission Mr Noble constructed he Soo canal The monthly statement of the col ectlons of internal revenue shows that for the month of March 1905 the total receipts were 19347302 an increase as compared with March 1904 261014 Brig Gen James H Moore US A retired died in Chicago after a brief illness Henry A Wyman was appointed receiver for the Colonial Life Assurance associationFire Calloway block Tuscola caused a loss ot more than 100 K0 The loss on the Calloway build ng is 40000 Of the other losses the heaviest Is on the Star department store owned by Wasser Bradford entire stock worth 30000 was burned Goy McDonald has signed the medi cal antitrading stamp and antiboycott bills The medical bill was introduc to prohibit osteopaths and Christian Scientists from practicing in Colorado but was so amended by the sea ate as to allow representatives from all schools equal privileges The joint arbitration between the Building Trades Employers associa lon and the unions of the building trades of the city of New York was adopted at a convention held by 28 of the unions by the representatives of the four remaining unions as Individuals and 31 of the organizations In the Building Trades Employers asso ciationV Mlleham a traveling salesman from Chicago leaped from the third story of a hotel in Hattiesburg Miss broke his leg and sustained Injuries which are expected to prove fa al Before leaping from the window itlleham beat his nurse Henry Gross Into Insensibility with a chair Vice presidents and cashiers of four Chicago national banks have been subpoenaed by the federal officials working on the beef trust inquiry The subpoenaes called for the production- of the accounts and records of the Aetna Trading Co and the S Oppen heImer Co Sausage Casing Co Fifty leading turpentine operators of Alabama Mississippi Louisiana Florida and Texas in convention have formed a combine Gov Pennypacker signed the Greater Pittsburg bill which provides for the consolidation of the cities of Pltts burg and Allegheny City Rr Adm StI long who has arrived from the Orient will be retired for age in May The second squadron of the Seventh cavalry Including troops E F G and H and staff left Ft Oglethorpe Chick amauga Park for the Philippines via San Francisco Gov HIggins of New York signed the stock transfer bill Imposing a stamp tax of two cents on each one hundred dollars of par value of at corporation stocks and securities sold ortransferredW former secretary of legation at Korea and adviser to the king has been appointed secretary of the American legation at Panama to succeed Mr Lee who became consul general there- Negotiations for the purchase of the Chicago street railways were opened between the traction railroads and the city On account of the Morals river irri gation project the secretary of the Interior ordered the withdrawal from en try of 150000 acres of land In the Great Falls Mont land district Five children are dead and three dy ing Is the record of the ravages of car ebroBpinal meningitis In a tenement on Little West Twelfth street In New York city The American commercial schools institution the object of which is the standardization of the business schools of the country and their amliatlon upon an educational basis was organ ized In Washington t L41f Vi 90 I t fS It Is thought that the teamsters strike in Chicago will become general Discord has broken out among tho principals In the Montgomery Ward Sc Co strike Chicago At a meeting of the Garment Workers union it was decided to break away from the team sters until the latter organization decides to spread the strike to other establishmentsA in New Orleans on behalf of policy holders of the Equit able Life Assurance society of the United States asking for a receiver ship under the Louisiana law and for an accounting of the companys af fairsCharging gross frauds and unlawful manipulation of the funds of the Eqult able Life Assurance society seven Chi cago policy holders brought suit in the United States court against the corporation asking that the great concern be placed in the hands of a receiver The transports Solato Ranger and Lawton which will sail for the Orient during May will take a largo amount of ammunition to the Asiatic fleet for target practice A plot to kill the czar and his kinsmen has been discovered among the troops of the Imperial guard Many officers are involved the very men upon whom the imperial family depends for personal safety The presidents visit to Chicago will take place Wednesday May 17 A tel egram from Secretary Loeb at Glen wood Springs Cot was received by President John A Gauger of the Ham titan club stating that the presiden tial party would arrive in Chicago at noon on May 17 The offices of the Mexican Lottery Co at Now Orleans were raided by local officers and a post office Inspector Ollle S Smith and George Es nault in charge of the offices were arrested for violation of the lottery laws of the state Among the passengers on the steam ship Romanic which sailed for Gibral tar Genoa and Alexandria were Unit ed States Senator Henry Cabot Lodge and Mrs Lodge Frederick Uterbark a saloonkeeper of Cleveland 0 committed suicide by deliberately kneeling and placing his neck across the rail in front of a Lake Shore passenger train which was mov ing at a high rate of speed The head was completely severed from the body The naval board on construction has recommended to the department the acceptance of the bids of the Fall liver Co at Quincy Mass for the builds Ing of two of the scout cruisers and the Bath iron works of Bath Me for the third A tornado sweeping a path 100 yards wide and threequarters of a mile long cut through the western part of Jefferson TeL It tore down houses wrecked two negro churches uprooted trees monuments and grave stonesA rumor Is current In Vien na to the effect that Archduke John who gave up all his privileges and titles to become plain John Orth some years ago antI the Japanese General yamagata are one and the same per sonFour men were asphyxiated and two seriously overcome by gas at tho Edgar Thomson blast furnaces in Brad dock Pa The men were working In a tunnel An earthquake lasting several seconds and occasioning much alarm was felt throughput Derbyshire and York shire Eng and in adjacent districts By drinking carbolic acid J J Grls well of Chicago a guest at a St Louis hotel committed suicide He left a note addressed to his mother in which he despondently stated that he had decided to take his life Intimating health and financial affairs as the rea sonsA tornado passed over West Texas and did much damage but no lives are reported to have been lost At Snyder the Methodist church was blown off Its foundation It struck Guthrie in King county wrecking the courthouse and destroying two resi dencesA aged about 65 years sparely built with gray goatee and moustache and white hair and whom the police authorities are convinced was Edmund- P Capron 65 former newspaper man of St Louis committed suicide at a hotel in Washington by swallowing cyanide of potassium Chief of Police Geo Ellis of Hous ton TeL has issued an order by which gambling houses are to be closed pol icy wheels stopped and policy writers forced out of business Henry Goodell president of thoMas sachusetts Agricultural college at Amherst Mass died aboard the steam ship Macoochee on his way from Sa vannah Ga to Boston Carl Konlzak who was leader of the Austrian band at the St Louis ex position last year was accidentally killed in trying to board a railway train at Baden near Vienna Chinatown the shadowy quarter of New York was raided by the police Upwards of 300 Chinese gamblers and others were arrested and hustled off to the different police stations Wag on loads of gambling paraphernalia was confiscated In a furnace of the Tennesse Coal Iron It Railway Co at Ensley Tcnn six men were asphyxiated by escaping gas One man Is dead and the others in a critical condition An explosion of powder in the Cabin Creek mines near Kyford W Va is thought to have killed five miners and seriously injured as many more The tipples took fire and burned Commissioner John W Yerkes of the internal revenue bureau left for California to look into the internal rev enue affairs of the Pacific coast and especially the wine and brandy inter cats of that state In the retirement of Maj Gen G L Glllesple in June Brig Gen George M Randall will be made major gen eral and assistant to the chief of staff Col Arthur L Wagner will be pro meted to be brigadier general It has been decided that Dominic Murphy the secretary of the Isthmian canal commission Just retired shall be continued in a like capacity with the new commission with the same salary and allowances- In an attempt to escape three prisoners fired the parish Jail at Pontcha toula La two of them being cremated and a third fatally burned Sessions of the Panama canal com mission and Panama railway directors were held and a contract for 3500 tons of steel rails to double track the road across the Isthmus was awarded Special Government Agent Cutchins accompanied by officers raided soy eral pawnshops and secondhand cloth- Ing stores in Norfolk Va seizing and confiscating ten wagon loads of government property Two Junks have been blown up by mines near Chusan The appearance of mines south ot Shanghai Is causing great apprehension for the safety of European mall steamers J j V LEFT KAMRANH BAY Heavy Cannonading Was Heard Off Saigon It Is Suppose That Adm Rojestven sky Pacific Squadron Has En gaged a Portion of the Japan ese Fleet or Scout Boats Saigon French Cochin China April 2IThe complete Russian fleet left Kamranh flay on April 22 at midday At night heavy cannonading was heard out at sea It Is supposed tho Russian fleet was engaged with a por Lion of the Japanese squadron Before the departure of the squadron Vice Adm Rojestvensky visited Adm Jonquierres No Russian officer or sailor landed from the fleet In Kam ranh bay They had expected a Ne bogatoffs detachment of the squadron to arrive at any moment Tho na tives were highly pleased with the great rise in the price of provisions owing to tho Russians visit Paris April 4The minister of col onies officially confirms the report ot thu departure of the Russian squadron from Kamranh bay A dispatch from Saigon to the Temps reports that the Russian fleet outside of Kamranh bay opened a heavy cannonade probably upon Japanese scouts The Russian transports Kiel Jupi ter Knlaz Gortschakoff and KItal are still at Saigon the dispatch adds Manila April 24TlIree warships are now off Corregidor Island It is supposed here that they are Japanese vessels and that Rr Adm Nashlha is hourly expecting the arrival of Vico Adm Kamlmuro Toldo April 24The announcement that in response to Japans representa tions Fran e has promised the expul aba of the Russian Second Pacific squadron from Kamranh bay and affirmed her determination to maintain neutrality Is received here with pleas ure and has relieved the tension of popular feeling although it is believed that If Rojestvensky entered Kamranh bay for the purpose of finally prepar- Ing for a dash north the purpose was accomplished before he was ordered to leave There is also a suspicion that Rojestvensky may simply mako a technical removal from French territorial waters by going outside the three mile limit Hence the Incident will remain unclosed until the Rue slans depart from IndoChlneso wa terse JEFFERSON IS DEAD Eminent Actor Passes Away at Hit Home In Palm Beach Fla West Palm Beach Fla April 24 Joseph Jefferson the eminent actor died at his home The Reefs at Palm Beach The end came after a day of unconsciousness and after a heroic struggle of days which had exhausted his vitality At his deathbed were his wife his sons Charles B and Frank Jefferson his nurse Miss Mabel Blngham Dr R B Potter and his faithfulold servant Carl Kettler The body of Mr Jefferson will ba taken to Buzzards Bay on a special train leaving here accompanied by all the members of his family who are here New York April 24Mr Jefferson was presldentof the Players club in this city With Edwin Booth Law rence Barrett Augustln Daly A M Palmer Brander Matthews John Drew S 1 Clemens and several oth ers Mr Jefferson signed articles of incorporation In 1893 Mr Jefferson was elected president of the club and has been reelected to that office at every annual meeting since Joseph Jefferson was born In Philadelphia February 20 1829 and was looked upon as the dean of the dra matic profession In this country Ho first appeared on the stage as a child and during his career played in a number of foreign countries His great reputation was made in Rip Van Win kle which he played in almost every city in the United States Miners Strike Declared Off Meyersdale Pa April 24The mI- ners strike In the Meyersdale region which was Inaugurated December 16 1903 has been declared off by Organ izer McCullough acting upon Instructions from the national organlzatio Reporters Demand More Wages St Petersburg April 24The epi demic of demands for higher salaries has rqached the reporters of local pa pers who have formally submitted a claim for an increase from five to six copecks a line A copeck Is half a cent in American money Moscow Bakers Strike St Petersburg April 24The price of bread has trebled in Moscow as the result of the strike of 15000 bakers Only municipal ovens are working it is feared that the struggle will be protracted MARKET REPORT Cincinnati April 22 CATTLECommon J3 60 500 Heavy steers 6 00 CALVESExtra 5 50 5 75- HOGSOh packers 5 45 5 55 Mixed packers 5 40 545 SHEEPExtra 5 10 LAMBS Spring 6 00 9 50 FLOURSpring pat 5 85 3 6 15 WHEATNo 2 red 1 06 1 08 97CORNNoNo 2 white J 51 314RYENo2HAYOh timothy 12 50 00LARDBUTTER Ch dairy 18 22 33yAPPLESChoice POTATOESPer bbl 1 25 t 1 35 TOBACCONew 5 00 13 00 Old 450 1475 Chicago FLOUR Winter eat 5 10 0 5 20 13V3To4OATSNoRYENo2 78 PORKMess 12 55 12 60 LARDSteam 7 07J4 7 10 New York t FLOURWin strts 5 00 0 5 10 4CORNNo2 36yvRYEPORK Family 1350 i3 87 LARDSteam 7 50 Baltimore WHEAT No 2red 1 04 1 04 rCATTLESteersHOGS Dressed 0 6 50 Louisville WHEATNo 2 redf 01 04 CORNNo 2 mixed 61 OATSNo2 mixed 34 ppRK1les 11 00 LARDSteam 0 650 r1 f Save the Babies I 1NFANTyear per or more than onethird before they are five and onehalf befor they are fifteen j We do not hesitate to say that a timely use of Oastoria would save a ma jority ofthese precious lives Neither do we hesitate to say that many of these + tnfantie deaths are oooasioned by the use ofnarootio preparations Drops tincthres and soothing syrups sold for childrens complaints oontain more or less opium or aiorphine They are in considerable quantities deadly poisons In any quantity they stupefy retard circulation and lead to congestions sickness death Oastoria operates exactly the reverse but you must see that it bears the signature of Ohas H Fletcher Castoria causes the blood to circulate properly opens the pores of the skin and allays fever AVtgcfablcPrcparallonforAs similating IhcFoodandRcgula gtheSaitBosofLI Promotes DigcslioaChccrful ness andRcslConlalns neither OpiumMorphinc nor Mineral Nor NARCOTIC aceQrlUkwazrPI1rDD1 thJI SJa dIe sl Isd A lion SourStotnachDiarrhoca WormsCoiivuIsionsFevcrish ncss andLoss OF SLEEP facsimile Signature cf f4IftvNEW YO- RK1I1kJ5 EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER Impossible Reform tfthehats at church Rev Mr WyseThink it Why it is the most absurd thing I ever of What do they think the women come to church for anyway Boston Transcript You can be cured at home without loss of time and at very little expense by using Pushecks Kuro no examinations or operations necessary If your blood and nerves are put in good shape other troubles win soon disappear All chronic diseases arc the result of impure blood and disturbed nerve force Pushecks Kuro purifies the blood and regulates the nerves geaeraldebilityeases Indigestion at Druggists or sent for price from Dr Chicago Booklet free- Matter of Choice said the homegrown philosopherI prefer the hasbeen to the goingtobe man youthBecause shut philosophydispenserChicago Sidestepped in Time Tileywere going to arrest GrabaU for one of these get rich quick schemes Did thq do it No he it out in time to with draw from it Then he went into a get rich anyhow scheme and they didnt disturb himChicagoTribune There are some of us who have lived in daily expectation of the unexpected so long that we have begun to suspect that it doesnt happen near as always as people seem to thinkPuck opiniontake the children on a picnic and try to beingsN THE TEACHERS POE A LIrE ALWAYS THREATENED BY NERVOUS PEOSTBATIOIT One Who Broke Down from Six Years of Over work Tells How She Escaped Misery of EntorcedIdlenei cityBChoolaJames whose recent return to the work from which she was driven by nervous collapse has attracted attention They were greatly overcrowded especially in the primary department of which I had charge and I had been doing the work of two teachers The strain was too j agotheI was prostrated mentally and phyI sically sent in my resignation and never expected to be able to resume work It seemed to me then that I was the most miserable woman on earth I was tor byInabiutthat I was as white as chalk After my active life it was hard to discouragingtofor goodHowdidyongetbackyonr 1 A bare chance and a lot of faith led forimanyveryvergepf despair happened to read byDrmeats were so convincing that I some von1dhelp sixboxesthem up I was indeed well and had no need of more medicine mythinstored my appetite gave me strength to walk long distances without fatigue in fact freed me from nil iny numerous ail severallmonthspraise of Dr Williams Pink Pills Miss MargaretM James is now living at No 123 Clay street Dayton Ohio Many of her fellow teachers have also used Dr Williams Pink Pills and are enthusiastic about their merits Sound fligestipn strength ambition and cheer Theyare f t V i l JI Letters from ProminentPhysicians addressed to Chas H Fletcher 4Jmanyiiim1 fpatients Dr 7 E WflCRoner of Chicago HI says can most heartily recommend your Castorla to the public as a remedy tot childrens complaint I bare tried it PDrmy own household with good result and bare advised several patients to use It for Its mild laxative effect and freedom from harm Dr J Il Elliott of New York City says r Having during the past six yeatt heartlllcomlllen4ItaDr O Sprague of Omaha Neb say Your Castoria Is an Ideal medldn jfor children and 1 frequently prescribe It While I do not advocate the India conditionwhichDr J A Parker ot Kansas City 1IotI81I Tour Castoria holds the esteeM ItIs jhousehold remedy for infantile ailments dueltandteaUmon1al8tromtwelTeTear8I s cl111drendisorderIs a great advantage ni7namefact of the Ingredients known through the printing of the formula on thewrapper is one good and sufficient reason for the recommendaUlI1 ot any pygicta I know of its good Qualities and recommend it cheerfully GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAY Bears the Signature ofT 1h A The Kind You MeAlways BoughL4I In Use For Over 3O Years TR cnmtM eo Mr n MUMUT n sew voss ciTy i SIOKHEADAGHE byCfrom Dyspepsia In and Too Hearty A perfect rezn Dtress D a3ea Bad Taste Month Coated PaIn lathe SIde UVER They regulate the Dowels Purely Vegetable SIillL PILL SlWL lOSE SWLLP1CE IIRTERSGenuine Must Bear Signalurt IVERdPILLS REFUSE SUBSTITUTES SKIN DISEASES VB PUSHECKS KUROA- lso cures Weakness Nervoua and GeneralDebility Rheumatism Mis use Scrofula Dyspepsia and all impoverishedlike it- Will lie SentYoo 00 Trial If you send this aflvertlsement and PUSH1tcxChicago No secret remedy Formula us composition with each package IP PUSHECK5 KURO HELPS then you pay IP IT DOES NOT BENEFIT YOU IT COSTS NOTHING and the de cision is left to you Also For Sale by best Druggists x 1 IMPORTANT FACTS FOR COW OWNERS l The mechanical Cream Separator has become a vital feature of factoryItabetter cream and butter as well as saving of water ice time and room The difference in results is not small but big Few cows now without a separator Dairying is themoet profitable kind of farming with one 98 of the creamery butter of the world is now made Do Laval machines and there are over 500000 farm users besides Send for catalogue and name ofnearest local agent THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR Co Randolph A Canal 74 CertlawH Strut SIaICHICAGO NEW YORK II ANTISEPTIC FOR WOMEN boaUedwitaiUspecalkrto their sex used as a douche 1IIIJTC one y sac ctiirol TboioueUycleaoiesldUsdiieasorerms stops discharges Seals inflammation ass local cures leaconhoM and meal catarrh Parting la powder form to be dUsolnd in wtcr and Is W more cleansing healiDg germlcid4 sndeconomical than liquid antiseptics for TOILET AND WOMENS SPECIAL USCS For SIlo at druggists 60 cents a box Trial Box and Book of Instructions PTile II r xTON COHPAHV BMTOH Mas- siugIp WblDtonOretIoDColuraao household roods to the States for Intending aettlers Write formic Slip at Sue rroCeaIIaealallnc c US MrMosIt QJeoce m PEH5IOIIS onRgOatCtyliWror ondlisblilty snywar ndforwidowaIjse otUl1loA W1ItCOUlCIt a sois sis w itSL tuoiiiTi 0 BEGGS BLOOD PURIFIER CURES caUrrh el tketwa ck tL r 1 LP09Qt wii1I 5 0 W r coronae saws KLU seone IOlrS 350 isoze vase AllY omuJrUVrActnUm BZWGIA XI 0000 REWARD tauiMVkcan diipnn Oil ItaW L Douglas 8t shoe the grelitL arileri the world ik- eesuse of exceUent iltyle sail tqualitiesTheyerIusIasfrom 500 to The gltlOS8Itheir shape better wlanca n are ot r value than any t- 83IIOfioDthmr to WLD- OUSiIL guarantees their rain by IstamPln r name and juries jonthebottom of each no utMtUuta vKTlTlJoorlaV SWJW shoes ioid his own retail bTbwwhere live w I DoBglM shoeare within your reach un1IEw MfeM UI write to snip tAt IAau for 10 11M IflIe II a a tlui 1ErutJt8U1I3tJDu a lie fata patent leather frotneti Put Color Ejrdtts trill oat wcsr trmy 4bnInesinwnttjorJUsutrattdWLMIMUS cks3Ias EXCURSIONS I TO THE 5 FREE GRANT LANDS 1Wc ef WESTERN CANADA During the months of March tad April there will be Excursions on the various lines of rail j way to the Canadian West 5 Hundred of thousands of the best Wheat sad Grazing Iands on the Continent free to tile seUler Adjoining lands may be purchased from rail way and land companies at reasonable prices For Information as to routecost of transports ion etc apply to SurEmnmirDEXT or Hatt OBATIOS Ottawa Canada or to HM WnxtUiS Iw Bldg Toledo OhlOAnts Ued CaudlIII OoyrnmentAteAt SOUTHERN CONDITIONS INI POSSIBILITIES 1IeeasuchAgricultural development as along the lines of flsalldpplVaUeyMississippi and Louisiana within the past tea years and towns havedoubled their ulatlon Splendid business blocks have tacit doubledInestablished and as a result there is an nnprec dented demand for Day Ubtrtrs SkilM WtrkmM and aspicially Farm Twnnt Fatties with small capital seeking an oppor tunlty to purchase a farm home farmers who would prefer to rent for a couple of years before factoriesDnbUqueIoYao aa4Kin i MOTHER ORArlS- WEETflIOWDEJg cP FORCIULDREN I A Certain Cure for FeTcrlshnessv CoaiUpatlon Xeadeh i 4 Btomach Troubles Teetfclr Disorder sod Batryeemssestv They apCl Jeanem CbII hours i ass tWo mailed rites Addraw BswiorkOO OUM9TCD ksRey5NT PATENTS4SpagebookJBH nTZGERALU 7 A CO Boa K vrasalncta DO A NKZ 2071 Best Cough ayron In i- ivISola br tZ- t t L t4 J I M j f r- f f f o r ii t ot J 1 U NtfH aS hf jl r fI 1iI ch u H ho uor PcOUTLOOK 1OU1LOOK PUBLISHING CO a r i I OW1NGSV1LLE KY t It ci il PER YEAR IN ADVANCE j t Address nilcninmiinivui1on to THIS OutLooK PUBLISH ING e4b or to IIiI 0 Kv I r f Stib rtlni ri df airing chnngp of 4 Ht t 34IrrsItIIIdisruggve previtius = feddr wuen wriLinglyCnrrpnnd1 i a tinnerv Khould raeniiun fact on n fevpHratfi slip of ppr 4q No comniiMon IR allowed to any 5mdy nn fitliKcriplionB THE OUTLOOK is sent one year tur tine dollar fix months rorrIxty tthrll three months for thirtyllv ents Zor 4zzUSo fLr f ANNOUNCEMENT I r FOR REPRESEfJTATlVE I iI We areituthorized to hEDy of More unnotinceV 1 tlate CIr reelection tot Reprosenla Aive from Bath nnd Rowan cOlinb l t tie wibjecl to the action of Iho Uaeiucratic party EY t l We nrit authorized to announce Wnller Shurp of SharpI4urg as vnnilldnte for Representative from p iih nd Rownn counties subject t In ihrnctloh of the Democratic uydTUK attempt of John W Gntce- nixl oilier tu corner lli MItY rbeuiI VuiIrt fnilrd II1nnllllU4 e 4irku dropped 11 cents The nnrketsVnepnerulIyl munipu at the liiwrei price und then at his leisure I figureR out how uiilch he would 4 hUt iiinde if he hid heM until the bet time to rI1tTEworid anxiously uniting 9 1fitlhHt IIIVUI liultle between i ttkRUIkdb and Japanese to be pulled off The Hu siiin8buve been I M warned nut of French IndoChinese a widen Mnd they have nowhtru lo t 1tiltJut toVUdivostork linck to Vhe Ballio ffn ndl11eJ nlltUe e hse nothing totlollIIt find Iud ht theifl Of course ihe oilds are aaS jn favortt Tojn IMCMIIN of his i proved nnval skill hut when it in allot ttnjetftveneky mny he tbe 4 licfoof theyrealeal imval buttle of r ll fl 4 VTWIT Aiidr w Cnrnegie np ne41dathctYle yin Cbttago for i 8JelJ ownerh11IufIll lic utiliTieH und tins written to Mnjitr S t iF elect t1ltf fIfnuttlunUI v ry a J r jnWl Mtllitv iliat tnyLeVWIId2 i privnta taonopolyihaM been placed r tinder the controlIltlld oper i fn of diecity C rsegie never wnu 3ek ocrat and is jiicupable of being Ji Kjae He owes his yawl CClrtunotu Jp th figet1l1lm by the Govern y ii HtiRBUct1nt the people under t Tthe protective taritH Thnt he has eo to depta raociled socialistic governmentiit function is Mot greatly to be Vnder dac lfk TaligktloetweemPresldetlt Al 1 j eXeRC2 rrilllII VJe President Hyn J f the EqaitHble Ufa Awurapce K Xftfwiy of New York City for the J coatrol of ppiaetoui hundred rail b lrt ilea iJiar uf Metnof tliV Society I j reirelStkiq to ilhe public of le rfr iaiBitM e ofthe MnnBciiil power fttkiIa 1wvwleldeit ynnr ala I witk tae properly vif waie 600000 lie1hoIHr1IiI the charier The Sseiety Has a Ss 4 rt 1o keft ie0 which IB IIaItil u epyLCfltOteeebpt r iaFjtwrcfjiMIjur3tyVof ftoclc p n rawkall direct tbit iayes ti 5 flllllltireftofiIInlIvdf 4jWi hilltJer510 O8w rll it tfthe tBckvBM4yery nnturally Mrstkewilttrnl permitted under fY itW Sofiety I fearter The policy d i I eorl e tot k part yr5f fCUtR 1M NktItkir owa Rter- ttlI writers prtndin tnhe IIie r i fne4 tJH tN FUJrct V rtTl1Pf0 and sound bunj ti t1III Y UUIJiBBlUwtlo uf thukind ii Wwt IDe L fit j t VOIESPONDbPCE A ia 3 I 1 Springfield IT W JE Iiirnir o14 a faorM to 1 Jewell for 85 i I 1 IW Tuylor fold l1e tcibacco to j r IPk Mtri ellt8 alld te t i 1 UppsrWhlte Oak ii f Xttti tOlIkSne1egar and wilei f asv IrA1rll- i f t i t xsoracr Wllsda wewtlMst Fr 3 1 4I 4eI4I t hr ncleM F Wilson 1r5Z tf J4abiywf5tepbtIIlIe 4 J MJli ofIj Klniton filled ir1IrU41roIpJIOIUtlufltltttI1UWIIlI Ift f I I I j vevwiI W jK i WE cI Isr ii AIa CftJWIlJIYery sIek bI N 1iir81kiaiy Wille IlJubettLr ittd jy wiiikt Ef timber auci 1a br 3 1t i Ji c tit M MiiuuleDeitun r t3iunizn5V jf iiity isvkltiiig Mr f WalOIytnuVr t U W4NYtIIfl bOUght f JEAz ta tkree h1Yerd ut f Jperc s iiuid 14iiteia at1 50perit tr lV7 j4cId 4MIl Is sllIijiere lit sl mpal- i r bkkiias 14 rlb hij dMIbot be te Mjprktd i iTfiSr lktbS htve cubalene- g d AiklllH R 8 FO preprifl itSt rt 91 I1d bIut I Henry Wills F ftp japdkecSiWrd y nt a lgbIe f Wq b1 fAfHt J JJb hIj i f4 j Jib r o 1 f jhS1 a r 04 I t Zr f I0 I r r F r t3 Jia tif11 v J Io td 10 i r ft t 4Sj e 7 = Olyrrirjja Airs Will Ieuix Iun slek C JI Graves vyiit to 1arls visiting SatUHhiyMis Alexander or Yule caino tat rdllY to visit Mil Edna Mrs Ulrhurd ostiiriin mid Mrs Yiirbor went in Owin svillo Thurs day MrJ P Ciinlipr and dinuliter Mrs tJzzlu WillliitiiK wer in Ow gbL1o ThursdMv sliiH inj ForgollilloBorn U Kd Stuton and wife u Mrs Suion continues poor Marvin Reynolds of Bold Eagle epent Saturday nnd Sunduy with hisslllter Vlhlr and Mrs Willie Anderson of ytIlIng spent Sundny with the family of Cbttrlie Dnwson x Mike Hcdrick and Martin Vice of Oklu spent Sunday with their leJelhn Vice who is poorly Mrs Alfred Stevens and children ipent Saturday and Sunday with her luther J U Coyle und family Reynoldsvllle Job Lester is better of Ins attack of grippe Murk Donaldson was at Suit Lick Monday Silas CorM spentTuesday nigI with Arthur Byron tttOwingsville Dennie Burns of Stepsionespent S with his brother oilIittmW L Pinion wife and children vi sited Johnson Stone and wife on White Oak SundayV Mrs John A Trumboand grand daughter Jane Trumbo of Whit Oak vliitvd Mrs Job Lester Wed aeednr Mrs Emmet Park and son Don nan of Salt Lick visited Mrs Mark Donaldson from Saturday untI Monday Mrs James Snedegar and daugh r Hazel epent from Saturday il l Monday with Mrs Jilson bile ling on White Oak Bald EaglehBorn to the wife of Richard fQunU5on Mrs David Flora is very lu t wilh consumption Peaches are said to be all killed in this community John Boyd made a trip to Mid laad lust week to visit his father Farmer and busy so roc planling corn others getting ready to plant John Doyle of East Fork is here working on L G Gulleys house muking improvements t A Dickereon ays he hos tObaOOo ul tints as large its a dollar and the cold did nut hurt Uieio Some from ikie place attended church ut Harpers school house Sunday A good site congregation tended both services there v The remains of Spencer Boyi and wife were removed from t old home placii to Carlisle TbC had been burled for 20 years U more VSlate Valley Jo Clark of Hoar OwinRSville was a gue at of the aauly of Butler Toy Saturday night John K Jones visited hie Ion Sam and family on Licking river Friday night and Saturday Mrs Eliza ScptC af tor a visit to her uister t8MarHI1JontSre turned to her hoee at PrestonSun dy Mrs Knock BanneR say she getting better of her ailment Chris Gurner will BOOR be able to be out again Little Jessie Sorrel irf complaining Easier was a bright morning Excepting a slight frost it Was an ideal IprtagdayoHow many us let our thoughts run back to I alrollednwliYLord And he arose which ma It a kLmakesaround and see the young menot today laying in their jug of whis ky to celebrate these sacred occa 110risTbeyun have neglected to read their Bibles or if not tb have forgot the goodness of God waking it possible that we might enjoy life eteraIVGrange City iBro West filled biaappointment here Sunday Leslie Faris of TiltonisvsIti ieladvesherbthls week Sollleciftb young bIke from he8 went to Knob Lick Easter Mrv YliftorJaNewmsnwer to Mor bad this weekon business MrSi Richard Thompson andMrs Emily Bradley were at Tilton last weekVVMrlJWO Phillips visited Dr y E Phillips at Wyoming ibis week t Miss Hatie Kenney of Odessa visited her Mother Saturday and sundayVMi8 Elf m Coili ver Is suffering fjlt1lt8hr hand caused by lime eating lIar liand Mrs L B Newman and Miss E ella VVtlltQwingBvilie one day last weeklunbusinees- Thoraus Bradley and wfreof Wyoming visited tli8fi formers SunldyWe rer rtsorryto hearoft the death AuntPri8cniaColiverv IitPlu er ay w a iiketi by all jirho knew her Mr 5MkttieVGblIB and little siepsonC me in frnra Virginiu on HCijiiunt of the illneia of her grand ppther MreoHannith H1PperMr GJiras formerly Mitis attis Uofbjs4lVr fz rr IBf1 lli L = CrOOKSi Rolert rIkt Mt Sterling Wits liire S lIzurlnyViKd Palincrof VlIIuingllIs here Friday mid Satunlitv I lot nCllrhl CrIlhcjfOln vllle visited friends hero Sunday Jim 1ondleton and Will Burley of Iturbun county visited here Minilny J D Turliy wire nnd daughter f Salt Lick vihitcd relatives hero Sunday A C Jones ami S V TnhnsoiV were In Mt Sterling Saturday on business Mrs Soft Jucksnn nnd Miss CIII ie Jackson visited relatives in Ow ingivilitj Saturday Mrs Jeir Davis and daughter visited relatives on Whito Oak Sut airday and Sunday ILlcklna Union Troy Jennings was In SnIt rick FridayVMiss Kate Wooley went to SiiI Lick Tuesday J V Haul went to Salt Lick lust Wednesday on business rlsnnc Alley died ut his home near Yulu of lever lust Monday morning doueucduy apIurdy and Sunday lDowneysIctttlrlteti as oucau Marion Bertha and Bessie Johnson visited tLickWesley Wills and wife of nesr Suit Lick came up Friday to sue Curt Phillips wife who Is sickdeRoss Alfrey Bert and Aqua John son are pulling wising on the Central leusu for Mr Cassey this week The Standard Oil Co put in A oliae engine to draw the oil from ati pumpIIBlllte Hattie and Nora Cogswell A T Annie Rosa and Charley Hum MOunt Easter at the old Cogswell and Alfrey graveyards Alpha B McKlnney rented the T C ItuglanJ property at Cavo Run moved there recently He and is brother Bert have gone into the inerclinndlso bussloesK ojCrafRDr Frank Wells is nobett r Richard Ferguson is having his house painted Born to Smith Thompson uud wife April 23 1 girlV Claud Warden bouRhta mare of Boazo Warren for 100VVm Craig bought two milch cows of Newt Shrout for 60 Willie Trayjor rind wlrJwere guests of Dick Maaley and wife Sunday Tuera is an epidemic called pink oy prevailing among the people of this neighborjKiid igndayachootnicely with forty scholars and quite a number of visitors eRev Kd Anderson will preach nfghtltndIrSUllduJ Mrs Emma Craig and children and Mi 8 Sarah Alice Ferguson were gtKSts of Little Warren Sat u dy lulkublitlarge chicken there wereJhr chicken hens sold here poundbtingiug Tbo many friends of Mrs Lucy Sextonhereartlsocry to bear she nandaIt was reported that there was going to be church here Sunday night There was a largo crowd out hut for some reaPol unknown to us the minister failed to come hut they had a nice prayermeet ingaoyhow FalrvleweBorn to George Turner and wire a girl wHetSV leClayhorse for 130VJim Crump sold B few bogs to Nace Vice at cIIEstel Hendriz olda pair of mules to Noali Hendriz for 250 John P Eden of Nicholas coun ty was here Saturday on business toAlbortVicet wifeofBNeptunweek MJBB Bertha Wbitton has fever though she is doing luirlyweltat present Clay YtiItton bought a Syear old bay mare of ClevelandWocrdard for 120 Cleveland Wopdard bought a 6 yearold mure of Noah Hendu Ix for 120 GarColliverttndwife of Flem VingVcollfly visited friends here SaturdnyandthindayS J W Heridris and Robert Kin caid bought a pair of 2yearojd mules of J piColllver for 160 Charley Rodgera and wife of asfolksDavid Johnson sold 6 ClemVan landlngham two yearllhg toers for 45 and one suckling calf for 1750 Garfield Anderson died at bla home hear Odessa April 11 and wad attheiPIRt Stone of Bethel was here lastweek and bought the following eropspftobaccp I IN Powells at rt1kJnoaidlat7c Tiltnan Kiddles at 8c Chas Roclgers 5tV81VV iL f1 r 1ii = q SharosburAiUtr lnlJI TlWlujll rl tIttsiltifuiIY S iirilayV Jujnc Petort iintl Saint Iuwrl were in MtSterlin iiurtbiyfu T llowitnl flit laugh ter IIII Leiiu were in 31 t Sterling Monday Mart Ferguson of Juily viI toilS IItl H Tripletlit from Friday til Monday- Mrs Prcssiy nnrnabjof Lcxing ton visited at J R Tripleits from Friday until Monday Albert Riclmrl of Chicago who had been viriting relatives here left for homo Thursday Very little corn has been planted In re as yet on account of the cut w porwsti fuilVRevJ R Savage Winchester did not for sumo cause commence his meeting at the M E Church Monday night of last week but be gan Monday night April hlQ tUpper Prickly Ash Almanen Stone sold iwiv sows atd 14 shouts to Riley Chunder fur 70 Mrs Nellie Maxey of Reynolds ville visited Mrs Euiiua Stone one day lust week Mrs G W Kerr and family via tied relatives an Flat Creek Satur day night and Sunday John Shultz nnd wife of near F 1etningsburgiited relatives hero tha first of lust week John D Mnnley of near Sal ci visited Walter Coburn and Hamilton Sunday II A Lyler and wHit spent Sun ay afternoon with Richard Tapp and wife near Pleasant Valley Grant Coyle and wife ot lower Prickly Ash were guests ofif J W Loylo nnd family Saturday night and SundayrAltnnnza Stone and wife visited the laites parents E F Harmon and wife in Fleming county rotoSunday till Tuesday T S Shrout wife son Ewell Guy Shrout and wife of Owin s v illc4 visited Mrs Nuney Shrout and family Thursday nigh- tStepstone Mrs Frank Brown and eon spent Sunday with Win Alexander and wileVC B Reid und wife pent Sun day with J W Montjoy und rum iIneurIEwinguonV John Mann of Flat Creek neigh horhood pent Saturday night with- Y J Lawsqn and family IsMrsOIvm pin spout Easter with her brplhorinluw Jetf Sluton and family on Salt c1liDrOolW JtuieS took dinner Snn d Y with J E CllrmicilltliItI tamily aiiss Lizzie Blevina spent the day with the slime family W G Moore spent Sunday with Miss EIJ2H Eo Maxey and brothers and left Monday IIwrnln fur Olympia and Faruierson u pleadurej trip Tjie basket supper that the Corinth people gave at he school house Saturday night netted about 44 Jon the purpose of thu rebuild lag of the church John Karriok measured lot off of Isaac Katricks lot horn to WJ Lawson who will now rebuild and add to his storehouse at once JS freud way contractor r Clyde Brown had birthday jw ty for big young friends last Fri day he being i2 years old lOne ung folks enjojei themselves jjrSatly especially with the good things on the table at noon Wo are needing warm rains to bring oh grass Tho voId weather of thia mouth has more tbnnsot Clli the warm weather wo had last mtithsu thud grass is very slew and will bead out lower than itdid last yeutrV Bethoi Mrs Ed Reed and son Charles were in Mt Sterling Thursday There is some complaint of cut worms deatroying tobacco jlllnlsl W B Peters Jr moved the re rEsins of Cy V npehohSeling last Thursday Mrs A E Trumbo of Carlisle spent a couple of days lat week wlthher rnother Mrs Susan Uaz elriggVNev8idwallrs fromCoonsJ e rails store to W B Scotts resi ilence aro belngbuUtandor8 a greatly needed improvement To the credit of some good ear nest women must the praise be Kit en for the very enjoyable Easter exercises given by the Sunday school utthe ME Church Sunday night consisting of tiongs rocita lions etc The church was deeu rated with a wheel of evergreens with a golden lettered Easter Other decorations consisted of pot ted flowers and plants The jewe Is though were the participants in the exercises vho were with few ex ceptions the very little folks who with childish innocence and fervor entered into all the pieces with that sincerity which insures success A notable feature wos the perfect training and tutoring eince there was flOtti single blunder or mistake illnonewhich was extraordinary consider1 lag the age of those participating and the length of the pieces learn ed The cutest of all was Mary Lorena Williams hardly moretta- a fl two jeara of age yet Joined in very long Easter song making aU- thQgoMUQLPrteotly and oni thin i The atiendBncoiwaB large and most appreciative 4he collection after for fhe ME Widows Orphans Home of Louisville while unable it5togoodly was ierItedbytbo hhtti 0 ones ejarnest work and th SftH4e oryli15l ii i3u donated H J r i f Iof VVV 5V OkaVJhn iiiilrI5 u poorly will r iuueuuiuiV CrrIliutln lieii ii in till etgIIbrltItIl iat nrci IltwrI SunduyKKhnil iinre cv Lry Sunday in tho uitern on Miss Ida Eden went Saturday roI visit her parents at Bald Hill Mike lIt rick and Manila Vioe1 wont jo Forge Hill io ace J LVife1 who is very poorly Lemuel Denton of Sfnofflfl1 wan the guest of his parents Satur day night and Sunday C O Glover and daughter Miss Nellie of Flat Creek were tiers uplicationPhanlly Stone bought Tilman Riddle und dm r lie Rodgers crop of tobucro at eight cents per Ib und Mote Sorrells ut seven cents Jilman Riddle bought the farm f the widow Gondpaaterdeceared for one thousand dollars Posses ion given the first of September Upper Flat Creek D B Glover ia on the sick list LexingtonSa Mrs T J Steele was in Mt Stor ling shopping Friday TC Owings went to Hut Springs last week for the benefit ofhishealth Miss Mary C Glover is visiting her sister Miss Juno Glover at Ml Sterling Miss Sudie Moxley returned howe Sunday after several weeks stay in this vicinityVMrs Wm Mooreand son visited her fattier John Wliltein MtSter linr Saturday and Sunday Chas Duff of near Grassy Lick fgrazingdr210 WilliaBreedtngf Cook several das lust week Misses EIiIIndNancy Glover spent Saturday and Sunday in Mt Sterling the guests of relatives Miss Belts Cline returned to her weekShe George Cline Knob Lick Some corn line been planted fruitisThe farmers are celling on with their spring work rainy well passedCIuttyR1qiduyJlwlsOIlTHnBarIlOIS Colhiver attendedtliuMiit iiiiiXudgt at Salt Link aiuaday nighs lautSundLlykiuuwboyttioto with yiiii Easter Sunday was celebrated at r5majority mkItWe notice that the Iranchises art1IgntrrUthey shall he slHdrtu qtiHstlitu arises Who Is the tithe in us the Court bf Appeals lias decided thatwhere luuOUdonulea for public use when It ceases to bo used fut tbe purpose grunted it reverts bacfc to the original douor uClt ianplain proposition when conlertod for tItlellstohellrthesubjeetOne v orse than a thousand tramps Man waaisbat little here below und tuoatol theta getitVGovernment ownership is simply the business of common sense statesmarishlpVJ f it wasnt for ihe yellow dog In politics the trusts would soon be out ofhusinessIThe best reasons for owne- iaIiIpuebsiug1urujsbed bytlio trust r themselves nn11vyenl1 a yer CAnS wriggle nrounU partIstbelusteleetlotlIn Switaerlahdyou can send a tele gram for 8 cents thai would cost 23 cents In this country That Is what government ownership does Of course D oekefeUer dat public11g0e Odessa hogslieDIedat the home of his mother Mrs Jhrankio Riddle last week GarDeld Anderson of consumption The remains were laid to rest b Vthepreceded him to the grave about 3 racntbs ago The physician bad notified his mother some weeks ago of bis danger of death at any time arid not to slay alone of nights bui Jbe poor mother could not realize that her only boy could be that dangerously ilIus be was up most of thetiwe but sure enough he passed nwny near midnight while no ono was there but Ms mother and bruit sister NsighboESotTored their assistance but Gun sl1ldin ins goodnatured tone that be did anYonsfloelingsbu up with him Hetoo could not realize his dangers and would not let his mother and sister s IIup with him His mother would lie in bed and listen at his breathing onn while she was In a doze of sleep hepasseduwaySbe soon awaked as usual and listened foybis breathing but nlnsJit ceased andob 1 what a shock to find her dead at Ihehourof- midnigbtRndnoohe there to help her bear this awful burden but bar young daughter Garileld AnderV son was a good boy strictly hon c 6t sober trUthfulandJndustriatts t o j C 1iT4 From Chicago every day March i to May 15 1905 to an Fran ico Vf Santa Barbara Sacramento and many other oiflfe in ICalifornia Tickets good in tourist sleeping cars Rate fofjouble 4 berth Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara acranleg and manyother points in California 7 Through train VV Union Passenger Station Chicago via theVChicago Milwaukee St Paul 4 Union PacificSouthern AND Pacific LineJ I 4 If you are thinking of such a tritthi is your opportunity to make tit at least expenseVHandsome book descriptive of California sent for six cents postage V P A MILLER W S HOWELL General PuacngerVAgentV ar ieoeglEastemA 1245 Railway Exchange T3Bt aWayVcSVSjCHICAGOV jtr eNEWYORK CTIit j u i NamV t Complete informarionAvill be sent flee on recapt orStreet Adds VSJSthis coupon with blank lines filled Coupon should be milled todayCJty State 1 iff SV VV IVV Probable Destination and while be was a poor buy it di idt not shake or uiTect his good nun e His word stood as good as his bond wherever he vas known well F leaves one child the mother and half sister to mourn their loss His eronlyIda preceded trim with the same dreadful diiertPe We extend our heartfelt sympathy ti tbe family Stoops Same cornia beenplanirdV i Jolm Slullii recovcriiiij t lbyrly from his IllnyiM tt lamea Gdptuter i recovcring from ii iittnvk of Jln UUIllI11I cllwnDdlclHhut J H GiHupie iiwl nifa have r tumci fiotu u visit to Wiiiclujster Cdatl75u3VIX IV Sp iJtBJM n wl1k mire to ChurlR hru4vxilng of Sl irlthllrg frI00VJ hnSpri UandraniilyvfShurps liurivisitert the faiaityol O It Spriitt Thursday There is no use frt taking liras to do why thing if you wilt tS- tVwlfltO will take yntSPreparations are being made to nm a telephone line direct from Mt Sterling Stoops We hear some complaint about tobacco plants disapponring 801 11eds have been sowover- Mazsii IeI and Lnfa Kissick were Brown county Ohio last week try t log to buy a teutu of Belgium draft horses W mi Turner and wire gave an Easter party Saturday nigh tThoso present vie with each other in their praise of it The person who doesut believe in anythingoheap is usually the oae who kicks the hardest about things being so high when they ga tobuy About the hottest chair one can hoar about these days isjtive Sena besvery osoii pants of various StatesV It is reported that Peslde Roosevelt offered Alton B Park Judgesuip the other daY Hence forth wo are for Teddy because we believe be is going to bust both the iSRepubhieanzsndDeanoeratlo Whoopf Craiga your magnif icent oratorical Him flammery look ed beautiful in print and asa con seqUence we actually foraee a losa readilyIWSDOtblf louwhenifind the temperature too hot not to blame anyone but yourself The trouble with you is that we pinned the truth down on you too elosSPJ use dunt tlnnh for an that well get offended at ypuSuch calumny as you write does not an noy us and besides wa always a take the source into consideration lleeordiaglyAIiMarcus pagans said Never esteem any thingof advantage to thee thnt will wRite thee break thy word or lose tby self respect We advise ou to be sure and practice what ou preach 6 Knob Lick xvhats the matter with you We believe yon have deserted us You know that sup pressing our political writing wus ly waytithVgood ladles ihar1tt get us to 603 pomethin nice nboiit liem and nfteriyou administered i 3 iCifl tAvrrffrSVVt i diise lIfrllug unratl you drop ped your enil of the bargain and if lit dolt come tn nur asSisttu e WregoingtlJ ha vo Ia drop this inieeVtbinga ptdnd in1 better IJiitohtn saj siwehIngsuisIales than fttdWu- d ebknot 1hailJdluiryO thus tar- nneunll1n guard agarnst irfieuzvrgeney we tr1tr rrlllly Y8umolngIlIdHJf n liitrtn Of course Jhii all dei v ttifW g i3 sTpitijr iiHlitTe jt It wvtiiit be huunin tinthrcif they diiliit ileny USSY4 know dllh wuuIhrt lib itbotit ii andv + nit jtnou hut II woaiitB uferi doesnt i owp never told n th fa her life unle l it itiiPtesHiirj WtiiunuV jongiiu n the gaeViticli cocincnl rilllLthIIU the world 1 l i pnuifiit fhe hear FO u tieb coiniuriit on fnir n tsniteIti uiaiti hold power of Lipping it Tlief Imviiig lillltf versi iIt litl yilxitetl t Gsa lohn 11 iaruIui rkgrtllConfederate chief lain wlioHt 1t1I1 If now pitched yver il LbS ijreen Valhalla ethuusnudtonguIeb3a Fame lia Fairwpraan lias but oheV liordljt sbe bail betSa sup lleJ like Fame Whit would gcor man have donu If woman hud been supplied like Fiwne there is no telling what inn n would have done One can form if very good estimate from wiiut he is doing now Fair omana one tongue can lay FII asoaeahou- saadio the shade before it gets fnirly started and well wen hot going to wait for the Inlsh well be getting slung newfor fear fairwonans tongue wilt give us another chase- Commissioners Sal J E Green Ac Pff against In Equity Alfreei Alley Deft By virtue ofa juJ8entandor der of sale rendered in the Bntb Circuit Court asVIts FebruaryVtern 1005 in the above styled case the underbivnid Master Commissions will on ItMONDAYMAY 8 1905 rat about 1 aclock p m proceed 167 oUer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction at theCourtbous door in Owingsville Bath county Ky a tract of lund situatedinBatb Ill ntyKy on the Vaiers of Lick ing river and hounded us follows Beginning at 4 willows Vonthe river bank at Alf redAtleys JP r corner on the river thence witb811ll Al leys south lino N 85 V 70 poles to a stake at the garden enctIside thence SB E 15 pi leslOilinks to a stake end atone2 pales arid 18 Hnks S 53 1 fromSIE corner of born theuc6K 8li WlS poles 21 links to n stone in center of road u take set inHnlf at fence onS side f road thence with center road 19W 7 pojeB tOa stake thence leaving the road S 80 E passing a pear tree at center Unestandiagnenr foundation to un old chImney OS poles to 2 maples and iIIlioq river bank thence down the river 30 poles to the beginning contain ing 13 acres of land be the same more or less or enough thereof xo produce tue sum of 419V being the amount of the debt interest and cost of J E Gr en Sale will be made on a crg dlt of months The WLV Se r lapIproved 1blnrmg e o r VSsecure the payment of theV pUr Irmoney B3lcj H S GOQDPASTKR itSlasterCoiar BCi 8j f X J3esbitl Ally IGO 1AILWAY4 t iriiins 22 aad 23 ir W t trvIreVIltahpuahL c rl h1hCAIw i l I gclnl r 7 hTUI k f r TxVv TuAuscrtaroiutV r t No26SrSSp ia 9birn No 34 6sP rn 1 No2 WestboindS648 atp 1 INolosz6a d 23 daily e iaU bliedaiIy- 1 yV ll5nr d Vt if attmenVVS1P EnropoV VtV be A Leading Feature ViV of The l r yi- J Couriera W t 4J9rDuring19O5L t I VV5 SV4j- t t VVThere will 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