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preairefusedfor the early deliveryscGoto the Racket tore and one of those suits for yourself boys before they are ull sold AUwho have property to Loll at public auction call on H D Fans He Will give fa rACactionIf Milwaukee and Veering mowers nnd binders ELATBnowchcheck lines collars tu4amesE L tfe A T ITUON pnforrr will sell you one on easy terms Call on hioloDr G W Conner the dentist uses Odontundcr and all approved anwsthetlca for the painless ex traction of teeth The simplest slrongesrand best disc harrow on the market is the Canton For sale by Bud Brother Dont fail to trj one EXCIIANGR ITItyOU have ati old JrY und want to trade It torn new tono brluGJt ta me us I lIeed sometOold buggies or cans i T S SI ROUT Brown and Surcepsor two horse i utirvatorcsutrscMnrgnnran It teed or no saje k Y 1 E L AT BYRON BBKVKCABCS I have as eood a brik csrtusyou everSihnnd witht1gt carts 4t T 8 Suupur Buy your binder and mower nt ti hnae Brother Co sell the Ma tt ortnlck jn keep a lull stock oCI repairs which is worth considering when buying n machine I You do nitkuow what u small nmountof fuel it tnkes to get a meat until you try a Leader cook fctnve or range Leave your order with Bud Brother for i onebBuaoiES T S Shrout keeps a yColumbusIanionteB Kutterman Luthsand a many others at the lowest prlee Two warer oms full for cash or credit 4t T S SUROUT The season is about here to net out tobacco and those that have set their crops with the Bernie to baceo setter have met with best eucceeg You had best figure with Bud Brother for onp LRebeccaBranch on Sunday celebrated NOrSHlnety first anniversarjrof her b haYing a reunion of her and descendants at her kome We buy woven fence barbedand sooth wire Mitchell wagons disc banore hay rakes fertilizer in carload lots which enables us to r Boll you at a close figure Dont forget these facts and get our prio es on any of these goods before buying BYRON BROSl CALL AND tTTLzArrasmitb I Robertson having dissolved neribip and turned stock partD W B Peters Jr to close out at cost for cash or produce and books also will ask all owing us ocall a1idllettlouraccount it will be put is the hands of a lawyer to wind up after thirty days AURA eKiTH RoBKBTSOK Bethel hCHBAPalways iosae people that want to Jbuya buggy at the catalogue house pr I have added a line of cheap er buggiciand have plenty of them jabuggies1andleathercuahion Blleatherrubber tire 5L Dont order or buya cheap buggy until ouee- vtheae 4t TSuuouTn thatlUunooKisprepared to print letterheads noteheads billheads statements envelopes cards labels receipts lnvilatlDSand all sorts of buiuness stationery on the best stock in tasteful style at the most reasonable prices Compare our work with that turned put by any Job olice and you will find it to youraIvantagetohaeuedoyot ir workc4 Ai1I We Uo print posters dodgers 1 psrnphleteand everything usually f9 fi etneot tby a country job office We baye on band for salem any J quantity blank deeds mortgajjes arnlot1e i r cr i if t 1 1i4jrrt J i f 1 H = n PERSONAL Wallnco Ondgell was in Lexington unday GnnoGault of Louisa was hero RpnbtMrs John W Honaker has about recovered from her set ero illness Judge W H Holt of Louisville ame lust week to attend Circuit Court Mrs RIca Carr of Georgetown 111 canto last week to visit relatives in the county Hampton A IK Wells and Perry attended the Louisville last week Miss Annie Allen left Saturday to visit relatives and friouda nt Ashland and Uutlottsbnrg l dentaland Tuesday cColw iasMary Conner last week Clay Iron of Catlottsburg came llanntsIj Stnloy Teagar A B Stockwell nd Miss Harboson of Flemings burg wore hero here Friday Elder TIV lnrrisoui of I4exiuIgL ton Bible College cumo nt Pleasant Valley Sutitlay r Ed Stilton of near HedrJcks Is nt the point of death pjIPg Buestsday Albert Hoffman Henry Prewltt E AV 8eiilajid R U Winn of Mt thelastMrs Jesse Hampton wont to Win ea fatsrning Saturday w thentPatterson hue secured u position ut the railway depot there Firstclass wool is selling on the cal market at 28 cents per Ib DAlbertDud Spencer Monday for 125to Mitchell wagons at E L fc A T BYBONS Douglas patent leather shoe guaranteed by Brother it Brother The daily rain is looked for as a matter of course and it rarely fails come intcSummprLougla5 2 50 antI 3 lowcutshoea ntBrotherfc BrothersCFloyd Rqsa and Henry Scott ii utchisetlof Chester Litram a UWUl dslxplg8COr H Brother Brother have the nesj ray doublebreasted suits Look uftliuni Before you buy R E Catiett and John Sb rout eold their tobacco to Hislo at 12c wheyNow for the 4ih sundry at While Oak Get your new suit list and shoes from Brother Brother Get the genuine Brown double shovollXL5 tooth cultivatorNono etter BYRON linost L Whitlon sold five shoats LEgedlib 137 lbs to Dave Wnaley ut 5c peih wTPaul Gault the residence property near the Owingsville Cemetery en trance occupied by Mrs SufnnIoCole for 900thJesse Hampton and R E Catleti laId Ib to Park stynam190 Sam V Johnson of Prest ton sold bunchot bogs to Lynam at same pricetThe prospect for a large crop of tobacco plants was never better and now is the best time to figure ana tobaceo setter Bud Brother sells the Bemis and it really is the only setter offered that will do the workespecially on rolling or hill side land- 4ILLED t BT FALLING TuEEEldert B Ross received news lust week that his brother Eli Ross aged 28tof Duke Hinds county Miss had been killed by a falling tree whileI cutting timber on his farm A wife and four small children sur vive Elder Ross only sister Mrs Phoebe Matthews died at Utica M iFS in March btPBOFITuying my buggies in carload lotsI get 27 buggies laid down at res ton r35 where it would cost thoioo to ship them a few nt a time By buying in car load lots I can save 5 on each job So my profitI saved in large quantities you ant a buggy of any quality I svilIIc ave you money onil sure for cashI r credIt T S Snitour NEW TELBPnoNE LINES The ew line from Salt Lick owned by the Owingsville Telephone change and W J Fell Son been completed Tho line now runs to Blackwater Morgnn cnun t e prp t hhefrom the Springs to Owingsville connecting with local and lon tance lines hero This town ceptionally well offn tejophono lines now being connected not with every part of the county excepttlng8omeportfons mountains where there are noielp phone Jinea F 4 tffit 1isi Large stock of buggy harncsslap dusters and whips B L A AT BYRON Superior corn drills best and eEFathers who had plants large enough have put out a part of their tobacco crop tho past week The transplanting doesnt amount to much In the aggregate Stcrlingistvarehotiso here with huckster w stagonshas been with Sullivan t Toohey for some j yearsW yenrIdnear town swallowed a quantity o f oal oil sucking a portion of it nto his windpipe He was Ina serious cndition for a time but is hotter nowslCOMMITTED SuicionA telegram received hero Thursday stated that William Waldeck son of Dr Vial deck of Hilltop Fleming cunty atadMorgan county by drink- Ing carbolic acid It is stated that tho cause was despondency over ill health MARKEDA colt by aTlnaro belonging to LM near Odessa a few weeks ago is indeed peculiarly marked On one hip there is a spot which almost the image ofa crane Ou other hip is a spot resembling v aghitece is blazed and the teet legs an Ied w stithe Butcher form to see the cnltIand Mr Butcher has refused 100I for itILOCAL OPTION ELECTION On Monday afternoon Judgo John A uugherty passed on the petitions the anti local optjonists of the wn of Owingsvillo and the local option advocated of the whole coun ty un J ordered an election for both to be held on Saturday Sept 2 jgg1 to determine whether Intuxt cants shall be sold The petition of the antilocal nptinnists of the to Plwnwithdrawn Of course tho wholt will center iu tho town OLD FIODLERS CONTEST R atdivell hasdeiu tncegAfr ititin dozen fiddlers that they will he Ifero Friday night 4aiy 19Imdl participate in the Old Fiddler contesJut tlIoCaurti use Others who htve been notified but Tint heard from are also expected to take part fllrCaldwell desires IheI contestant to be sure and come early so as not to keep the audience n The doors will open bout 7 oclock and music will be gin about 8 Admission 25c child ren I5c t inwiceville and this section of the county re in danger of being blown from he faie of the earth by a nitrogly cerine explosion The men who OVO nitroglycerine through here the Rugland and other oil fields ive been leaving wagon loaded nohewide turn just outside of town on the Preston turnpike If the drivers f thewagons searched the vicinity p chlacesrrunaway horse or other heavy body rikes the wagons containing the a catastrophe horrible to contemplate w6uld result Lost Thursday and Friday during the Y thunderstorms two wagons con ta ming about 600 quarts of nitro RlycerJne were left In the turn on the Preston road We understand there is no law against this neglin pence but if there is not and the drivers persist in their practice it aghehe matter for their own protection OIL Nttwslt is reported hero hat the Standard Oil Co and the Licking Oil dGas Ce will dinnew wells in the Raglnnd field gr The reason is the corn er p thanicspowerhouses that they could pump fo more wells if they had them The people are constantly orking about six oilpumping powerhouses nnd each house is said to be capable of pumping six r seven wells The Licking Vals producing S powerhouse A large number of o bleanedstalled which will pump more This oil is pumped into big near Salt Lick and shipped to market from there The Standard c is said to be endeavoring to scour m thhasThe Standard originally pa1d10s 000 for a lease on tho Raglan B AjtQead Oil Gas Co are drilling two ow wells and will probably drill more They have 60 producing pisIn the Embry field A large quan Cbutfor drilling the wells The welts And leases there areowned by the St Louis 011 Co and the Yale ontCo ct j DESTnucTivn STORIS Begir- dning Wednesday of last week an continuing at intervals Thursday nnd Friday this county experienc td the most severe electric and rain orms in years Wednesday a m iniature cloudburst visited the East Fork of Flat Creek section washing up tobacco plant beds corn crop gardens tearing out fencing nnd wnahie g the ground badly Considerable damage was done in other parts of the county Thursday heavy rains fellnc companied bya terrific electric orm Every longdistanco tele p hone line in the county was put of commission nnd Owingsvillo 88 without telephone connection with the outside world for the first time in years Tho stores of S P Atchiaon and S D Thompson v Coln which are located telephone bylightningight damage done The fuse in nearly every telephone connected with the local was burnr1l o shutcal line woro struck by lightning the forks of the roads east of town and broken Near town Mrs Mit Davis was engaged in getting w Huhenhouse near by shocking l1r1lDnvise into insensibility her little child near by and killing a dog with which the child had wasioresi denco on br nelightninged Many telephone line in the ofbyreams rose rapidly Licking veroverfiowed into Salt Lick rand missed getting into Wyomfng by n about two feet Evert stream infthe county overflowed its Prickly Ash camo down withirush antI overflowed Thomas Horse mans store at foot of town hill on ShurPsburg road forcingHorseman to move out Lightning struck n corner of the Court house tower but glanced off without doing da mage JStel1810nostone crook came down in a Hood owed in which were pl anted wits orrflovcdndcrnplfi ruined Tobacco pliinj beIa fInd gnrdens were destroyed anll oIiier fnrcuing Iitpiemtt ItPa w Inch hd ceI IiJJlf 4lwere caught in the away In White Oak etsuee tie tdeslroinI1 UIundrtdssw White A Chgher1lIetlllt v night or lust wc tf light ning struck and killed a rau be vI- attied 200 on Goodpaster Atch isons farm near Reynhldsvilleand also killed a 75 horse belonging James McNnb The damage to farming interests ifthis county is almost incalcula o fCiRcuiTmuch importance was done in Circuit Court last week until the trial Of Jawe Riddle for the killing of Odd S Rodgera was entered on Thursday The case of Flew Con r was postponed until the next rm of Court A panel of 237 men was summon ed from which to select a jury in the Riddle case The Jury wiis Qabegun Speaking by the attorneys Ftinudtj Nnhitt CW Nesb andWA teoungJudge W S Gudgell JudgeWmH yCorliberated on the case for about half m hour and reported Mint they couldnt gree Judge Young told them to try again They reported 1coUldndefendant guilty and fixing his punishment at eight years In tho penitentiary On Monday It was scovered that Juror Joseph La shwbecome a naturalized citizen ought a resident of this countr thrthe defense made application for new trial which was refused by Judge Young An appeal will be II taken to the Court of Appeals The case of Tom McCarty was = t for Wednesday of this week COUNTY SUKDAYBCnOOI CONVEN TIONfhe union Sun aYBchool convention will bo held at Soups Sundayhool Pnkscounty should be present at the SioAethelpDevotionalW juelcomeStats Worker i How to Secure Pu ile C A Brown Primary Class rs Mary Rapp and Mrs 11 B Scott How to PrepareLossonsRev Spirit Application Lee Rev Fuqua llow to Have En thupiastic SS Rev G W Boll Address State eat fJC mmiueesCDinner 1 kzP AtTKitKooN 1 30 r i Song Address toCluldren State se y Sunda3hiocih S jundayerhiool Services Rev Willoughby Elec tlon of Officers A B SLAUGHTER Prost J W Clinkenbeard Seiy IIBTOI DUEL About 5 oclock Wednesday morning James Steph ens clerk in R B Brothers gro eery store and John Burnsa negro employed at Wm Atchisons livery stable engaged in a pistol duelIII the corner of JelFerson and Water streets The negro fired three shots two taking effect otto in the arm vhlch knocked Stephens downStc- ensph then says Burns tan up und firedugain the bullet taking circe under Stephen left shoulderrong ing upward Stephens then raise himself on his elbow and fired liv stpomachStephens in badly wounded Goon SAUS or MULE COLTS Ju fgwe ek and purchased mare mule colts from the following One 3 Gudgellcurt from J LSnelingfor80 Judge Apperson offered Mrs Lina Dar ll 80 for a 7daygold colt but er waS refused In same section T S Robertson Bethel bought a 2weekeold tre mule from 1 B Conyers for 85 near town Curran Crouch sold 80 mar GRobertsonr another but offer was decided STINGYWhy did you quit the Richleys Jane hIt was the stinginess of eml mum I was alookin out of me kitchen window one day when the mistress comes in nnd that Rly1antiDetroit Free PrcsqK Book on California pages 76 illustrutionpDeacrlbes California and the route thereChi ifxsRcIfleThis ie the inutooflheOverland IUjtedt Loaves Union Cuescnger ttb1 Chicago 60rprn daily t i SIl11 raaen4uiba 4thiiii g lii time for ttinl1r WIMiller Genera Pa engerAgent icago or W S iIowehl 381 oadwar New York AUCTIONEER you want the services of an nuc tloneer call ou mo Terms reason able GEORGE H GUDGELL Odessa Ky Vimont Street MEAT MARKT A REED Prop Owingsville Ky resh and cured meats constantly on hand Oys rs in season Prompt de very Order by phone iWu wishour number is 21 BLUE GRASS GaNurseriSPRING 1905 Trees bylhe million fruit natWshade email fruits grape rubs asparagus rhubarb and ev orpfklncr ordinarily kept at such an establishment Wo sell direct to e planter and have nd agents Trconnd strawberry catalogues on application to F HILLENMBYER fc SONS Lexington Ky Magazine Nevspaper uliscriptionC gency I can getanynewspa er or magazine for ou st a little cheaper you can get it Wont you see my price- sJAMES M IlOSS- OwingsvilleA yIThe Outlook ndWeekl Commercial Gazette i year 0fI40 e Sheriffs SALEFOR T AXES MONDAY JUNE12- j 1905the undersigned Doftuty will sell at the Courthouse door in Owingsville Ky tll ollowing property to secure payment oftax es for years mention ed 0 WINGSVILLE NO 5 1904 C udjJ3 55 C ndjJ345 G adjWessley 3 2 rigga Walter Mat 40 acres adj John Griggs 90 U adjF420 Henry Dan 23 acres adj Thos KelTett 2 45 Jackson Colcmau lot in Olympia 3 75 Jackson Marys heirs 40 acres Thos Reffett 1 15 Lrcreta90 acres adjSant ford Highley J 35 nox s 25 acres adj Alfred ligmam 1903 and 01 4 00 K ncade Alary A 30 acres ndj J N Byron 15 GO M cKee Mrspixio lot in Ow 2 05s ogers Jurac 55 ncreaadj vf- CJohn no 155 R ndjGenp 60 djJS 35 right Wm 1 ojir adj John Wright 1902 103 1904 535 Walker Fannie U 90 acres ud J W Iuti 6100 Young GeoviV 83 acres adj Kale Nicblo 1003 tend 04 20 45 tepiens IeterH 200 acres adj R H Lane 1903 and 01 57 85 OWING VILLE No5 1004 Carpenter Emanuel 20acres adj Harve Carpenter 2 90 Carmichael Subreno 84 acres udj F M Ewings heirs 2 95 Duff Henry S 87 acres adj G W Turley 17 26 Duff Mrs Lou 50 acres adj Shelby Goodpaster 9 30 Henderson Sam T 1 acre adj David Bailey 2 70 Hess Luther 5 acres adj T J Barnes 490 Owingsville Telephone Co 27 55 Wells Mrs Bertha 22 acres adj A B Wells 1 65 Hendrix T J 153 acres adj Frank Hendrix 28 65 WYOMING 1904 Purvis Samuel 75 acres ndj Geo Staton 1903 6 05 Riddle Richard 7 acres ndj Richard Anderson 1903 2 25 illiams Robt5 acres adjGeo Cupps 1903 2 00 CnyleJaiBS acresadjJ L Vice 1902 03 01 8 85 Cupps Mary 20 acres ndj Iron Ore Co HO John 78 acres ndj J M Wright 026 Dora 20 acres adj Geo Parker 2 25 Wi LjRoyeeiblson Eliza 9 acres adj Iron Ore Go 1 10 WHITE SULPHUR 1904LDnvie John J 48 acres PiersaU 1903 4 35 JHcCarty Joseph 15 acres adjA B Wills 1903 2301 W ills Perry A 7 acres adj Goo W Razor 1903 2 00 Crouch Martha 20 acres adj Cuthbert Crouch 50 Crouch Richard M 515 acres adj Cad Ingram 34 50 Click James A 34 acres adj Geo W Rnz r 3 95 Dayis Squire 40 acres adjKate Plersall 2 20 Davidson hOlD two mules 2 20 Foster James 2 acres udj John Wells 2 20- rederick Geo 1 acre adj JPB Lowe 1 90 James 20 acres adj Geo Razor 2 70 Gilvin Heirs 14 acres ndj Kato Nickles 75 Horseman A J 110 acres adj Mason Garner 1903 04 16 30 ViailJones Edward lucre adjHen rietta Norris 5 00 Lowe Jas Jr 2 acres ndj Jas Colliver HIOiJO 4 25 owe Milt 1 acre ndj Hoze Hart heirs 35 Lowe Juts Sr 10 acres adj Al Ivim Hart 2 20 Mvere Margaret 2 acres ndj J B Spratt 1903 01320 0 EUGENE MINIHAN Jli5 place get VULCAN PLOWS l They arc the best end the 1t10infRPLOW CEARINC JlV e1itva nfl kinds flitrlif 41lflwest irIg 1cJ l uff 11 o give you Homoiriade godds that artt Vurfanted ient 101it EUGENE MINIHAN Owingsviilel i BACKETSTOEE Visit our store when in town and be ConVlntrd that here is the place to trade if you want to save money oneach and article purchasesIMopsPratts 181 20t 12 Ibs Pratte Hse Ctle Food 05c 5ft Linen Tope Measure e Mens Summer Underweareach 20c Mens DrawerSupporferi Pr L11enst SiHammocks i Buggy Dustels 3c20ft Fish Line Mentf Linen Coats 35c Iron Glue Bottle 5 o Hair Curlers fie Fans 4025 10 Tic Tin Sprinklers 20 lOc Base flails 25 10tt j25tfn if IETHE ONE PRICE ht CASET STORE i FIOQIO Cloth22C Table Oil Coth 15 20c i pc4Cuftain jI f WhiteShad 5 25 450 Lisle Gloves 23490Back Combs io 15 200 Lawns 7 1OJ4f CASE EPOR 8GG8 1rRD S EQTILL f i S WM Rrl TERCABEThEL KYi r 5oi rDealer in Furniture Also Undertaker Funeral Director und El111nn1Clr J T Calls promptly obeyed day or night t Seasonable Rea sonaWl Ir Goods at I ow Prices jYou are invited to call at our store that yoti may inspect our goods and get lower f rice titan any where else in town Come in and look We dontexpect you to buy if we dont save you money Hake our store your headquarters when in town 125 Oxford Shoe 89c Mens 3 00 VIol Kid Slv cs 24t is 200 Shoe 9140 Mens 1500 Suit g 9 Ladles 2CO Shoo 108 Mens J250SuJtd Lhl Ladles 125 Donjjola Shoe 89o Mens 1030 Suits JS adies 175 VIol Kid Shoe 125 Mens 750 Suits 49adies 200 Viol Kid Shoo 148 Mens 500 Suits 3411 Ladles 2BO Vlcl Kid Shoe 108 BoysMX Suits We 4 Mens 125 Plow Shoo 0o Bos2OOuiti 12ki Mens 175 Plow Shoo 124 Boys 3 M Suit 1M Mens 200 Plow Shoo 148 Boys 400 LOUR Pants Suits JJlIf Mens 200 VIe Kid Shoe 108 Boys 750 Lung Pants Suits 41 JNO W MARKLAND OWINGSVILLF KY IM adjWright 9 00 M cCarty GeoAnn 40 acres ndj Frank Robertson 1 70 McClain Fetes C 1 acre ndj Albert Wills 2 15 Ogg Lucy B 298 acres adj J R 2QSilieldpGlimes ndj R M Crouch 61 20 Spencer John E ono mule 4 35 Tucket James G 19 acres ndj Eliza Alley 22 05 UF bun Suit Lick 12 20 GeoW100 acres903 and 04ndj JnuW Ham 14 3B OWINGSVILLE COLORED Bolts Peter 11 acres 1903 2 00 Dudley omucl 4 acres 1903 04 4 35 Duncan Mariah lot inOwlngs ville 1103 04 10 95 Dawson Geo lot inOwingsville 1903 340 FoleyJanl lot in Owingsville 2 05 l c f and MuekJIIII the n Green Durln lot in OwingSr yule ItlfSOt 1 9a Allen Marian lot in Owingfiville 85 Hurt Ah lot In Owingsville 3 20 White irshaOiicres utlJ Perry Onklry 2 70 SETH BOlTS She ir Huili Bounty 4 TioiciinifDEN ns OVPI Outlook Oflc II lid Wituwvl Banking Companys liuiliiitig n KUlN SVILLK KY TuGS J JONES J f Lvory Feed Sa1e Stable OWINGSVILtE KY V Headquarters for horse nnd midealerf Telephone coiHiecUpiii with IreMon 1 s p iog r b a 0 iV q + J t t 0 r J J g st 0 I Rf OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publtshrs OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THE iARMY In the mornlne the Grand Army marches a i out to Debt for bread J There is many a wounded soldier many a bruised and bleeding head r i There Is many a marcher who would stably run away To be henceforth tree from going weak I and weary to the fray There arc few that ever hear The sweet accent of a cheer There are many that He pulseless at the closing of the day- S S No nags are waved above It as the Army i marches past There lane clinkclank of sabers and no j t bugles shrilling blast r5Thesoldiers wear no trappings made to dazzle and to thrill p And they hear no shout of Bravo for their courage or their skill to As tho great Grand Army comes r There lsno loud roll of drums No applauding since tho soldiers do not march away to kill kC In the morning the Grand Army with Its boy recruit In line Marches bravely out to duty In the field j and mill and nIne t 4 lGoes to give Us country glory goes to I make It great and strong t Goes to build the walls and brIdges goes labor hard and long Ito the snow and through the rain pattiIless or with hope and song 4 There wflbc no honors waiting there will bo grand review I For the soldiers who go trudging where a thc fields arc damp with dew I Nor the ones whose feet are wearing the hard pavements thin nor those Who go down the shafts through dark ness to meet stealthy formless foes a r For the war will never cease And there never can be peace 4 For the weatherstained battalions till I f the angels trumpet blows In the morning the Grand Army bravely marches forth to fight For tho love cf little children for the J sake of doing right t i For the bridges and the passes that t Progress may push on tSd 51Pnd theres many n wounded soldier 4f many a weary one and wan 1M Whom a cheer would strengthen so 4 f nut unentered we let them go a i For they merely march to labor and have e fine weapons drawnJ jnoXiaer In Chicago RecordHerald Ho Jztl j f Dri and Is By 11VIKG BACHELLER Author tIE n HoHen Dirrel cf Ir- w tba BltMtd Isles Etc OopyrUht UC1bj l throp FublUhlnc Company r ji CHAPTER XVIII CONTINUED i A thought came flying through my is brain with the sting of an arrow She must not be deceived I have not any noble blood in me I am only r the son of a soldierfarmer and have t jy fortune to make said I quickly That Is only a little folly she an I swered laughing Whether you be i IJt J rich or poor prince or peasant sbeI 4 Jcare2nota snap of her finger I i re pu btiCan has she not S money enough 5 p f Nevertheless I beg you to say In r your lelt rlthatl have nothing but my wordand my honor4 J Z As we rode along I noted In rny book a the place and time we were to meet the captives The marquis joined us aV tie Herti I age where a stableboy 1 watered bur horses Three senants1 er UJtth the others being now hl tb cuntl 8erYl IIt give me a days happl is dear to me and tho where I find Jove is forever sacred lUke to stand where I stood thinking of it and there I see that those dear moments s are aa much a part of me as of history So while Tbercse and the marquis got oTrthelr horses for a little parley with the gardener I canteredup the north trail to where I sat awhile that de 1 lightful summer day with Louise The C45k grotto had now a lattice roofing of bare branches Leaves as red as her 1lush I asgolden as my memories catni rat s LUng through it falling with iJaInt Srirustle Thorbig woods were a ill and deserted mansion with the j lonely cry of the wind above and a I ghostly rustle wIthin wEcre hacTbcen love and sons and laughter and all ci8 llsbt i CHAPTER XIX I Drl and 4eftf the chateau that alt ernoon putting up In the red tavern 5 at Morristoyw about dusk My companion rode away proudly tS the medal dangling at his waistcoat lapel 1 Jerjishy Jane said he presently I all he pulled rein Aint agoin t hey thet fioppln there some s me feel- i5 lute a bird iDont seem nohow natral Wha d y0 spote he gin me thet air- thing forT Y He was putting It away carefully in j5bistrailed yourr4 a r His laughter roared In the still wood making my horse lift and snort 4 a little Itiwas never an easy job5to dj break any horse to Drifi laughter SP Its reedcloua said he thoughtfully in a jaoment Why Cause tel the reason why thay dontt no map deervnuthiir fer doln what be 4prter he answered with a serious and determined Jook tyou did said I and deserve b Anything rr1Ucan geL- Done my damdestl said he But 4 iald nt dqButhIn but git licked Got t shot an tore an slammed all over r tSc air deck an could nt do no harm C apbody Jes luk a boss tiqd n the 1 stall an aTTJot o men whalln im an 4 a lot more trylm f scare Im t death vWha 4Sye sPOte thet air things made urTv he inquired after a little silence SI r Silver ifald Iv 45 pureljlieltr was my answer s Judas Jrte W said hev taking out f his wallet again to look at the trophy That airYmuV be wuth suthlh 4 5Morsthn a years salary said I li Iooldtip at me with a sharp hItls of urpijee r Aln no great band fer seen flummy dIddles said heas he put the medal 4jS iUj a aWS of honor said L t ithows QU re a brave man pl Got noiiKh on cm said Dri uThl8 ere tipt1 the foreheads bout I lltbe batjge 1 need SIts froja ihc emperor the great 4J Nlpoleon 1 seld Ils a mark of his- tilelLure J tt Waii byJudaS Priest said Drj i Vf would Xt Jump over a stump or a stun walj to please no erapbr an tJiYiqJ1dntcut off my leetle finger fer bushel basket o them air I hsln ijnashtlmer no honor MVhaPlhen7saId Ir 11 t i dverysober He pursed his UpeV and spat across the 4M duju then give btaraoutb a wipe and glanced thoughtfully at tbesky I Fei Jlbertrsald h2 with decision 4 tme thing mt ather died for Ir NutW Utflaf have I olgoltcn Ii ti t Iis z L JIi b fftf1o ItfJ + t t J tc Sl SJ 1 Li 1 jt If JC cfo 5r i Jort II y = r t iJ S V the answer of old Drl or the look of him as he spoke I was only a reckless youth fighting for the hive of peril and adventure and with too little thought of the hlh purposes of my country The causes of the war were familiar to me that proclamation of Mr Madison had been discussed freely in our home and I had felt some share In the Indignation of Drl and my father This feeling had not been allayed by the bloody scenes in which I had had a part Now I began to feel the great passion ol the people and was put to shame foe a moment Liberty that la a grand thing to fight for said I after a brief pause Swap my blood any time let thet air said DrL I can fight sassy but not fer no king but God Amlghty Dont pay t git all tore up less It s fer suthln purty mlddlln vallyble My life aint with much but ye see I haint nuVhln else We rode awhile in sober thought hearing only a sough of the wind above and the rustling hoofbeat of our horses in tho rich harvest of the autumn woods We were walking slow ly over a stretch of bare moss when at a sharp turn we came suddenly In sight of a huge bear that sat facing us I drew my pistol as we pulled rein firing quickly The bear ran away into the brush as I fired another shot lie s hit said Drl leaping off and bidding mo hold the bit Then with a long stride he ran after the fleeing bear I had been waiting near half an hour when Dri came back slowly with a downhearted look T ainf no use said he Cant never git thet bear lIes got a flesh wound high up in his hln quarters an he s travellln fast He took a fresh chew of tobacco and mounted his horse Terrible pity he exclaimed shak ing his head with some trace of linger- Ing sorrow Ray said he soberly after a little silence wnen ye see a bear lookln your way ef ye want im always shute at the end thets toward ye There was no better bearhunter In the north woods thanDrl and to loss a bear was for him no light affliction Cant never break a bears neck by Bhutln Im in the hln quarters he remarked I made no answer Might jest os well spit n Is face he added presently jest cggzacly This apt and forceful advice calmed a lingering sense of duty and he rode on awhile In silence The woods were glooming in the early dusk when bespoke again Something revived his contempt of my education lie had been trailing after meand suddenly felt his knee Tell ye this Hay said he In a kindly tone Ef ye wan f glt a bear got t mux Mm up a leetle forard right up n the neighborhood uv is focsle Dont dew no good t sliute is hams Might es well try t choke im t death by plnchln Is tall We were out in the open Roofs and smoking chimneys were silhouetted on the sky and halfway up a hill we could see the candlelights of the red tavern There In the bar before blazing logs in a great fireplace for the evening had rome chilly a table waylaid for us and we sat down with hearty happiness to tankards of old ale and a smoking haunch I have never drunk xor eaten with a better relish There were half a dozen or so sitting about the bar and all ears were for news of the army and all hands for our help If Vp asked for more potatoes ar ale half of them rose to proeIahiLfletween ntes of yjr fdsongsmemorable night Whqn we went to our room near 12 oclock I told Di- of our dear friends who all day had been much In my thought Wus the letter writ by her he Jn qulrcdNot a doubt of it Then it s all right said he A likely pair o gals them airno mis tale But I think they made me miss the bear I answered Ray said Dri soberly when yer shtitin a bear ef ye want im dont never think o nuthln but the bear Then after a moments pause he added Wont never bay no luck kllljn a bear ef ye don quit dwellln so on them air gals I thanked him with a smile ant asked if he knew Eagle island Benall over it half a dozen times said he T ain no more n 20 rod from the Yankee shore thet air island aint We cud paddle there In a day from our cove- And that was the way we planned to goby canoe from our landing and wait for the hour at Paleyvllle a Yankee village opposite the Island We would hire a team there and con LerarsplleWe Crossingmeadows an hour later we stampeded a lot of moose One of them a great bull ran ahead of us roaring with fright his antlers rattling upon bush and bough his black bell hanging to the ferntopsSDon never wan V hey no argyment with one o them air chaps less ye know purty nigh how t comln out said DrIAlwus want a gun es well es a purty mlddlfn caaareful aim on your side Then yere apt t1 need a tree tew fore ye git through with It After a moments pause he added Got f be a Joemightyful stout tree er he 11 shake ye out uv It luk arlpe ap pie They always have the negative side of tho question I said Dont believe they d ever chase a man if he d let era alone Yls siree they would was Dris answer I ve bed em come rlght gunYeman es a man Is bout them Ef cant smell Im they re terrible cufus Jes wan t see what s inside uv im an what kind uv a smellln critter Is Punno es they wan t dew Im any pertlclar harm Jeswantmuxiinover a leetle but they dew it awful careless an he aint never fit t be seen iso more He snickered faintly as be spoke An they dont dysee much uv im otter thet nuther he added with a smile 1 member once a big bull tried ffind out the kind o works bed In me T wan no moose Jest a common or dnary threeyearot bull Hurt you I qurled soberlySpiltnever bear the sight uv a man efter thet Seem so he did nt think he wtis fit t be seen Nobody cud e rgltn- a mild o th poor cuss Hed t be shot What happened Hed astoutcNbn my hand said he Got holt uv Ms tall an begun awhalln uv Mm Run bl down a steephllJpuslna mi Ituk pattedtheHe loofcrbft jit the sky a moment Then cwje 1iJ vltabl addendum LI i Sf ii I jP which was I hed a dam sight more tall an he did thet s sartin About ten oclock we came in sight of our ofd home Then we hurred our horses and came up to tho door with a rush A stranger met us there Are you Capt Bell said he as I got off my horse- I nodded I am one of ypur fathers tenant ho went on Ride over the ridge yon tier about half a mile and you will seo his house I jooked at Drl and ho at me He had grown pale suddenly and I felt my own surprise turning into alarmAre they well I queried Very well and looking for you said he smiling We were up in our saddle dashing out of the yard In a jiffy Beyond the ridge a wide mile of smooth country sloped to the river margin Just ort the road a great house lay long and low in fair acres Its gables were red roofed its walls of graystone half hidden by lofty hedges of cedar We stopped our horses looking off to the distant woods on each side of us Cant be said Drl soberly his eyes squinting in the sunlight Wonder where they live I remarked All looks mighty curus said he T aln no way natral Lets go in there and ask I sug gestedWe turned in at the big gate and rode silently over a driveway of smooth gravel to the door In a moment I heard my fathers hearty hello and then my mother came out in a better gown thaq ever I had seen her wear- I was outof the saddle and she in my arms before a word was spoken My father hardy old Yankee scolded the stamping horse while I knew well he was only upbraiding his own weak nessCome Ray come Darius said my mother as she wiped her eyes I will show you the new house A man took the horses and we all follqwcd her Into the splendid hall while I was filled with wonder and a mighty longing for the old home CHAPTER XX It was a fine housethat in which- I spent many happy years back In my young manhood Not Indeed so elegant and so large as this where I am now writing but comfortable To me then It had an atmosphere of romance and some look of grandeur Well In those days I had neither a sated eye nor gout nor judgment of good wine It was I who gave it the name of Fair acres that day when coming out of the war we felt its peace and comfort for the first time and dumfounded with surprise heard my mother tell the story of it My grandfather said hewalt- he Chevalier Ramon Ducet de Trou vllc a bravo and gallant man who for no good reason disinherited my father The property went to my uncle the only other child of tho chevalier and he as I have told you wrote many kind letters to me and sent each year a small gift of money Well he died before the warIt was in March and having np children left half his fortune to m y You Ramon will remember that long before you went away to the war a stranger came to see me one daya stout man with white hair and dirk eyes Do you not remember Well I did not tell you then because l was unable to believe that he came to bring the good news But be camp again after you left us and brought ine moneya draft on account For nsjt was a very large sum alwyabrenthe war was over there would be more and aplenty coming So what were we to do We will build a home said I We will enjoy life as much as possible We will surprise Ramon When ha returns from the war he shall see it and be very hafcpy The architect came with the builders and voila the house is ready and yoU are here and after so long it is better than a for tune to see you I thought you would never come- She covered her face a moment while my father rose abruptly and left the room I kissed the dear hands that long since had given to heavy toll their beauty and shapeliness But enough of this for after all it andIpioneer as It came to my mother by inheritance as one may see If be look only at the records of one court of 4Beforeto marry said my mother as she looked iup at me proudly and you will not be ashamed to bring your wife here I vowed then and there I should make my own fortuneI had Yankee enough in me for thatbut as will be mymothermy destiny In spite of my feeling I know it began quickly to hasten the lifecurrents that bore me on And I say in tender remembrance of those very dear to me I had never a more delightful time than when I sat by the new fireside with all my clanIts number as yet undiminianed or went roistering in wood or field with the younger children The day came when Dri and I were to meet the ladies We started early that morning of the 12th Long before daylight we were moving rapidly downriver in our canoes I remember seeing a light flash up and die away In the moonlit mist of the river soon after Starting The boogy light Drl whispered There t goes agln- I had heard the river folk tell often oddriheJlomenaComes alwus where folks hev been d cwnded said DrI Thet air what Ive hearntell- it was indeed the accepted theory of the fishermen albeit many saw In the boogy light a warning to mark the piece of forgotten murder and bore away The sun came Up in a clear sky and soon far and wide its light was toss log In the rippletops We could Jlee them glowing miles away We were both armed with saber and pistol for that river was the vel7 highway of ad- Venture In those days of the war non Sea like this kind uv a boss said DrI Got t keep whelm Mm all the while an he s apt t slobber n rough goin He looked thoughtfully at the sun a breath and then trimmed his remark with these words Aint eggzacly surefooted nuther thoughINo ye hev t dew all the eatln but ye can aljras eat nough fer both To1 Be Continued WroBST Indeed Really now said the diner to right down in your heart systemIsIideed Idtl replied th Walter wHh feellDg that felllu at the next table to mine has made f2 today and Ive only jnade 20 cents Yoakcr Statesman fH5 Jt Gtli 4Jic1 1 i 1 DwellinginTents of Wickedness OURSERMON STORY by theHighway and Byway Preacher A Vision Between the Lines of Cods Inspired Word tcJnPlr1IrMlto5 b7 t Edson Scripture Authority For that righteous man Lot dwelling among them the habitants of Sodom In seeing and hear lnrvcxcd his righteous soul from day day with their unlawful deedllU Peter 28 NIC of the enigmas 2of life Is the per I son who at heart is 5 j a child of God and- yet is content to dwell apart from Him In the midst of wickedness And J marveltGods grace and mercy and love Is the way In which God deals with such wayward souls Judged by the company which he kept Lot was an unregenerate and godless sinner Dili In the light of the declaration of Gods Word It Is certain that the germ of truth was In his heart and that he was a child of God notwithstanding his waywardness and his love of the world and the things of the world Lot is a type of the worldlyminded Christian whose desire for the things of this life Is allowed to so dominate that there is ipo spiritual growth or real fel lowship with God Dare we sit In judgment upon Lot when every day we are allowing the pleasures and ambitions and associates of the world to draw us away from God What were the steps which led Lot into Sodom What was his life there What kept him there A wedding in Sodom The household of Lot is all bustle and excitement in preparation for the festival occasion for the eldest daughterof the family a hand somewomanofsome 20years is to marry the kings son- Theambltlous mother is elated over the splendid alliance But Lot although flattered by the distinction and prestige which the marriage into the royal fats ily will bring has strange misgivings In his own heart which he cannot un derstand or explain And this undefina ble uneasiness has not been lessened in any degree by the message which he received that morning from Abraham in answer to the invitation he had sent several days before urging his uncle and aunt to attend the wedding We may not come to thee In that place as thou knowest was Abrahams message but thou and thy family may come to us and it were better so White a feeling of resentmentarose In his heart over the terse and pointed men sage still he understood Its Import but turning blindly from the warning he sought to justify himself and his family In the course they were pursuing To Mrs Lot the suggestion of Abraham seemed so ridiculous that there was no room for anger Leave this beautiful and gay city with all its comforts and pleasures and bril liant prospects Ha halha She laughed derisively And then in a com miserating voice and with a doleful look on her face she continued The simple worthilvlngorget a taste of life here they never would want to go back to their laryalleys and 1o kSagalni Theentranceof some of the trvanW In terrupted further conversatloinVw the preparations for the wedding wea on tsdutyf he had been appointed by the king after hIs return to Sodom following his rescue byAbrahamThose been prosperous years since then and as he sat watching the busy scenes in the market place and the gay throngs as they passed to and fro ljwas with a feeling of satisfaction and complacency that he let his thoughts run back over the years To be sure the grogs licentiousness and corruption of the cIty troubled him but he sought to quiet an uneasy conscience by assuring hifaself that he need not partake of their sins and that by reasonof his position of authority he could in a measure check the wickedness The same desire forthe world and the thingsof the world citywhenSodom hadkept him there ahd now that honor and power in addition to riches had rewarded his sojourn there he was more than ever reconciled to the conditions and life of theplace And now this last triumph had came that his daughte was to wed the prince of Sodom It Is a gala day In the city and the people are making merry In honor of the wedding of the prince on the morrow In that wild abandon which always marks the festivities of those who are yielded to the purely sensual pleasures the sports proceed courtierspass dresselofsnatches of wild song and the shouts of hilarious laughter The party is on its way to the grove outside the citys gates there to engage in reckless sport and rev elryIt was no new sight to Lot but today he watched with Increased interest the groups of pleasure seekers as they passed for were not the festivities in hisdaughterthe deferential nods and bows that were bestowed upon him as people passed His neighbors and acquaint ances counted him fortunate for it was no slight honor that the prince of Sodom was to become his soninlaw Many were the Jovial words of greeting as pep pie paused to offei congratulations What Is fairer than yon garden spot and like the sun in his strength as he lavishes his wealth of light and warmth upon IU asked a pompous wellfed Individual after the bowings and greetings were over He was one of the chief merchants of the city and because of Lots official position they came much in contact with each other and hence were on more than friendly terms As he propounded the above riddle he chuckled goodnaturedly and slapped Lot familiarly on the back and then before Lot could respond to the complimentary allusion to his College Drink Note The Inter Ocean Chicago has the following special dispatch Cam bridge MaasFor the first time in Harvards history a permanent class fund has been established by the sopho beernIghtether or not he drinks beer or attends ther meetings will be assessed thus doing away with voluntary contribu tions js In the past Ginger ale also will madetor IIJ I r r daughter and the prince he continued In a patronizing sort of way Why is the father of the bride not sharing in the festivities All the city has given itself over to the merry making Why sit here when pleasures may be bad Come away to the grove with mo Lot sought to make excuse an1 avoid going for he knew the excC3ses of the sports and revelry and was loath to share in them Although a dweller in Sodom and a willing partaker of the luxury and ease and certain of its pleasures be it said for Lot that he held himself apart from the grosser sins and frivolities of the Sodomite Such wickedness was repulsive to his better nature and his conscience was troubled at times but no word of con demnation was spoken lie feared to denounce the sins of the place Bet ter be on terms of friendship with the people ho thought than gain their enmity by preaching But the more Lot demurred the more determined seemed his friend that he should go with him and at last Lot consented Wild was the fun long was the feast ing and deep was the drinking and now tho dancing girls began their sin noun sensuous dancing while the coarse profane jesting of the young men and their boisterous laughter filled the air Lot inflamed by the wine and half Insensible to the revolting scene before him followed the movements of the dancers Something familiar in the form and face of one of the damsels caught his eye as she flitted past The next instant she was lost to view In the maze of the dance but that glance was enough He had seen his daughter He was sober In an instant and a revulsion of feeling overcame him In confusion and shame ho withdrew unobserved by his friend and the rest of the gay company and returned to cityWho know the troubled thoughts that filled that fathers heart Who can understand the remorse he felt as he began to realize that the wickedness of Sodom was laying Its cursed hand upon his home Only those who have seen their loved ones going headlong Into the pit of hell and have realized that they have opened the way of temptation to them He had prided himself on his own virtues and he had flattered himself that he could dwell In Sodom and keep his family from its corrupting influences but he was only beginning to learn that day what fearful cost he was paying for its fleeting riches honor and power Adah the daughter whom Lot had seen In the giddy whirl of the sensuous dance did not return home that night and the next morning the household was thrown into consternation and the servants dispatched in search of her The older sister the bridetobe was impatient over the difficulty and petu lantly exclaimed that she supposed it would spoil the plans of the day The mother who was thoroughly given up to the gay life of the city and who had encuraged her daughter In her reckless freedom dismissed the whole matter with a careless shake of her head and the remark Oh she Is all right and will come home when she gets ready The younger girls fined with happy anticipations of the gay festivities of the day wondered how she could stay away and miss such a rare good time But Lot with un easy conscience and anxious forebod ings filling his heart waited The pomp and ceremony are over he feasting ended and the bridal pro esSiihits running for tho triumphal eturn to the palace The waiting spiritsjshower music and dancing and much merry talking and laughter the procession moves forward Lot and his wife watch the brilliant scene and the mother in the ecstasy of her pride and joy waves her good bye and exclaims to Lot This Is a proud day for us How glad we should be that we came to SodomScarcely had her words died away when there appeared coming down the street past the gay procession a silent group bearing Bomq heavy burden be tween them Their mantels are thrown over their heads their garments are Tent and there is dust sprinkled upon their heads bearing silent witness that they are bearers of the dead Look exclaimed Lot death ap pears amidst the gay scenes of life Who can it bel Oh never mind Why should we caret petulantly replied Mrs Lot in an unsympathetic tone It Is a shame that they could not have taken some other route and not have passed the bridal procession The dead draws nearer The still form under the blanket is before the door Lot and his wife watch with growing tenseness Curiosity gives place to apprehension The silent bearers pause They turn in towards the house They enter the doors through which but a few mitt companyhadAdah shrieked the mother as she threw herself by the side f the cold stiff form Adah groaned the unhappy father for it was she The pleasures of Sodom her triumphs and glory giving place to death One daughter wedded to the oidaughleiomV Ah Lot dwelling In toe tents of wickedness docs not pay Ah Christian dwelling In the tents of wickedness does not pay Fee Lot from Sodom Take wife children and goods and turn back to the promised land of Gods presence and blessing Alone with his dead Lot sorrows Alone with his dead his troubled con science convicts him of wandering from God and living in sin But it is not a sorrow uuto repentance It ia not a heeding of warnings and a turn ing from the unclean thing And SQ Lot buries his dead In Sodom and lingers on and the judgment day draws near Well would it have been for him had he said I had rather be a doorkeeper In the house of my God than dwell in the tents of wickedness As we contemplate Lot in Sodom let us resolve 0 Christians that we will not dwell in tents of wickedness that we will not love the world neither the things of the world the object of which Is to promote a new feeling of class spirit and unity among the members of 1907 Marriage Money A curious bequestknown by the above designation is that which is attached to the parish of St Cyrus In Scotland Under the will of a parishioner the min- Ister has to divide the interest of a sum of money between the oldest the youngest the tallest and the shortest ladles respectively who happen to be married by him during the year 1 t LW Chinese ReformersI Wu Tingfang former Chinese minisI ter to the United States has succeeded In bringing about many reforms in China At his request an Imperial edict has been Issued abolishing the punish ment of slicing to death substituting Immediate decapitation The heads and bodies of persons executed will not be exposed to the public In the future and strangulation and branding have been abolished Jealousy Between Nations As an Instance of the jealousy existingI in the relations between Sweden it may be noted that the boundary line between the two countries Is the most minutely exact In Europe In every parish touched by the line there is deposited an elaborate plan which is re newed every ten years the whole of the work of surveying etc being carefully repeated each time Two Famous Discoveries The year 1009 will be a large one for the Hudson river Three hundred years before that date Hendrik Hudson found It and just 200 years later Robert Ful tob took out his patent for Improve ment in navigation by steam though the Clermont had already at that time been a familiar craft for a couple of yesrsBoston TranscriptS New South Wins Honors or the five honor men of the class of 1905 at West Point one Is from Georgia one from Michigan one from North Carolina one from Oregon and one from Maryland The south gets three of the five stars and the west the other two The new south seems to be Jogging along pretty wellN Y World Americans In Canada Canadian emigration agents In the United States expect a great Increase In the number of American farmers who will migrate to the Canadian Northwest this year Fully 60000 per eons from the United States are expected to settle In the Dominion Last year the number was 45000 Sees in Dark Only A man living at Plttsfleld Mass re cently lost his wife and while he was weeping bitterly over her grave his sight suddenly became affected He Is now able to see clearly in the dark but in the daylight he Is quite blind Ho sleeps during the day and rises at dusk Breaking It Gently The boss was bending over the table looking at the directory The new office boy slipped up quietly and poked a note into his hand Tie sur prised boss opened it and read Honored Sir Yer pants is ripped Chicago Tribune Mosquitoes and Malaria The governor of Ceylon recently called attention to the fact that Singhalese writers of the sixth century mentioned 67 kinds of mosquitoes and stated that there were four kinds of malarial fever caused by the bite of those mosquitoes Sort ofa Setback Bickers Ferguson says hes a good deal better than the people who talk about him Wllby Shouldnt wonder a bit what were you going to say about Ferguson Boston Transcript Sacred Beef Recently a sacred white bull was brought from India for exhibition at the Crystal palace near London But the British authorities refused to let it be landed except In the form of beef Medieval Life in Modern Days Peter Becker the late German land scape painter was so completely ab sorbed with the middle ages that he even wore medieval clothes and lived in a medieval bouse Good Sign Nellie Bobs In love all right He wants to marry sue Belle How do you know Nelle He hates mamma soCleve land Leader Growth by Athletics Men and women of today are on an average nearly two inches taller than their ancestors which Increase is doubtless due to the growth of ath letics Watery Germs SheI got my diamonds out of the milk business HeAnd theyre of the first water I presumeSt Paul Pioneer Press Too Much Yearn The troubflc In many households i that the husbands earning and the wifes yearning capacity are in Inverse ratio Boston Traveler MARKET REPOR- TClncinnatlMay 13 CATTLErCommon 325 4 50 Heavy steers 5 60 6 75 CALVES Extrs 676 600 HOGS Ch packers 660 6 65 Mixed packers 5 60 5 55 90LAMBSFLOUR Spring pat 5 75 600 WHEAT No 2 red 98 1 00 No3 red 87 93 PORNNo2 mixed 62 iOJTSNoRYE No 2 80 82 HAYCh timothy 12 25 PORK Clear mess G13 80 iBUTTERJAPPLESPOTATOESPer bbl 1 25 1 35 TOBACCONew 5 009 tJ13 00 Old 4 50 014 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter oat 5 10 19 6 20 WHEAT No 2 red 943 9- 7No3red 89 97 480OATSNo 75VJPORKLARDSteam 7 20 j 7 25 New York FLOUR Win strts 4 50 4 65 WHEATNo 3 red 95 CORNNo 2 mixed 55 35YaRYEWesternPORKFamily 13 25 1375 LARDSteam 7 35 7 45 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red98 r 9814 CORNNo 2 mixed 54 CATTLESteers 4 00 4 50 SHEEPNo 1 3110 3 50 Louisville WHEATNo2 red 93 CORNNo 2 mixed 53 OATSNo 2 mixed 34 PORK Mess 11 00 LARD Steam 6 50 Indianapoil WHEAT io 2 red 9- 4CORNN2 mixed 0 48 OATS No 2 mixed ao t ANOTHER GUESS COMINO He Lived Next Door But Not to Any of the Four Points of the Compass BrooklynELgleences years ago in croxa examination TIe witness seemed to be disposed to d ilgr liis questions sir ai sternly you need not Htate your impressions Vf want the fait We are competent to form our own Impressions sir an categoricallyFrom he could get little jrcrc than csantlno out of the wit ne Presently the lawyer said You say you live next door to the de fendant the north of him Vo To the south Xo Well to the west then Xo Ausaid the lawyer sarcastically Vc are likely at fast to get to the one real fact You live to the east of him uVvoul Xo How in that sir the astonished at torney asked You say live next door to him Yet ho lives neither to the north south cast Hoiwent of you What do you mean by that sir competenttoflat said the witness calmly but Isee I must inform you that lIe lives next door above me Disappearance of Singers O you have such a fine voice Why dingdtlrigedwhd can squeal like a stuck pin or of a young man who can bellow like a hull and presently after a year in Paree or t any old conservatory abroadour opera forces are recruited if not strength And after a season or a part of one the fledglings disappear the young man into a the young woman into matrimonrfhenan end ot N Y Press S Boston Idea of Indelicacy thecoctormust not wear your glasses on the stieet Miss Backbay Oh but mother items so indelicate to appear iu without them Pittslmrg Post itI Were Good for Both thSpecialin theyliaqhappenstheysexes in the name family Take the case of Mr anil Mrs K JJrby The latter voices the sentiment of both when she saysMy lips cannot express too much praise Uodds Kidney Pills I Buffered with Backache and Female weakness for four or five years ami I feel that I have been wonderfully helped by Dodds Kid hey My husband too was a suf ferer for live years from a weak bladder ami they also cured him Dodd Kidney Pills make healthy kid neys Healthy kidneys mean pure blood and good allover the No Woman with healthy kidneys ever had male S dictionaryhak booksThesethentjc unless the compiler has s poor house or two Denver Republican BALD HEADS COVERED With Luxuriant flair nrt Sealr Scalp Cleansed and Forifie by Cntlcura Soap Aisisted by dressings of Cuticura the great skin cures treatment at once tops falling hair removes crusts scales dandruffilestroys hair parasites irritated itching surfaces gtimu bites the hair follicles loosens the scalp skin supplies the roots with energy and nourishment and makes the hair grow tion a sweet wholesome healthy scalp when all else fade Complete external an titernal treatment for every humor from Simples to scrofula from infancy to age criiBisting of Cuticura Soap Ointment end Pills price 100 A single set is Iten aucieiit to cure It may not teem quite romantic to the man who fell in lore with a voice in a phonograph and hunting up the owner when hear the same voice asking for more money Chicago Sun S AhansasfreeGovernment landsRicecopy of Current Events Business Op portunities Rice book K C S Fruit homeseekeraticaetseach month The short line to the Land of Fulfillment A woman thinks her husband is a tpltndid business man when he ran herbyup the overdraft N V Press S Hows Your Appetite If it isnt just right or you have any trouble with your Stomach or Liver take PmheckVKuro It is the best tonic on earth At druggists 100 or front Dr C Pusheck Chicago It doesnt pay to poke fun at a girl sa the cynical bachelor The first youbyLadles Can Wear Shoes One size smaller after wing Allens Foot Ease A certain cure for swollen sweating hot aching feet At nil Druggists 25e Ac FREEAddress egotiarafrankWash2ngton Do not believe Pisos Cure for Census Lion has an equal for and colds F lloyer Trinity Springs lad Feb 151900 There is often a wide gulf between the mark of breeding and the dollar mark Philadelphia Times 5pvVt wSS PftlNFULlClnTlCn EVEBY 8UITEBEB VASTSTHEREBY QUICKEST CURE SIMrflonovanThinksIllm with Such Remarkable SaeccM Mj the liesbCnrtd by Five Bate Men who have to do difficult and 4honrofanything the matter with their heaithsMrsaid Mr Donovan You can imagine therefore how much I was alarmed oiitf winters day iu 1902 when I was seized by a pain jnst behind ray right hip that marter it difficult for me to walk home It was so bad by the tune I reached the house that I was obliged to go straight tobed Did that relieve you No the pain grew more severe and kept extending downward along myiegA fI sent for a physician and he soon do cided that I had sciatica Iu n few dayi the whole nerve was affected and the least movement brought on terrible I agony Did your condition improve under the doctors treatment Quite the contrary At tha end of itimesable to leave my bedSHow did you get out again VhenI was lying in bed unable to move anU wasting away in flesh a frieud visited mo and told me about the won derful cures brought about by a great blood and iierve remedy Dr Williams Piu Pills He strongly urged me to try them and I luckily had sense enough to SiIYes that was the astonishing thing I noticed a slight improvement before 1 had quite finished the first box of the Jipills I could get out of bed while I was 5Yon the third box and I was entirely cured by the time I had taken five boxes Mr Joseph A Donovau is living at Plaistow New Hampshire and is line inspector for the Haverhill Newton and Plaistow Electric Street Railway Dr r Williams Pink Pills are the remedy tc nse when thebloodls thin as in anaemia or impure as iu rheumatism or when theiierves are weak as in neuralgia or lifeless as in partial paralysis or when the body as a whole is illnourished as in general debility They are sold by all druggists SICK HEADACHE CAftFUSIVER Positively CBreJ Lthese LLttieIil They also reHer Udas tromDisp pi11i ffignandooyEating A perrect remSedyforly2tnNd Naines a Drowsiness Bad Taste la the Mouth Coated TmgusPaalnthestae TORPID LXVXE 7 Jrea Ibe Bowels Purely YetetaWe- SHALLPILL 4SMALLKSE SMALL rW CARTERS GMHHM Must Sew FacSimila Signature eJeREFUSE SUISTITUTES Twenty Bushels of Wheat to the Acre 18 THE BBCOnD ON THE FREE HOMESTEAD was OF WESTERN GAMMA FM 1804 I The 50000 Farmer from th United Bute wkodurlnf lbs pan seven rears have ions to Caaa U panlclpao In ibis prosperity Tl Called States will soon become a Importer purcbaafarminwill help produce lu ppl tot Information to BtrrnitKTKXDiBT orlUulGlUTION Ottawa Canada or to II WILLIAMS Law Building Toledo aAoiUorl odUoteromen Agent PkzuatrWuaaw tka advertieia4n 5 FOR WOMEN 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of i proper food All pbytlelam and rood ex I l ertsIgraethatbewhoiowhesgiepm f and nourish Ing fora of food known Common flour loses 1 tome of the ewentul elements of jlrht food Other eerrallhett blood and are indlfeRlhleEOQOSEE Is the Ideal whole wheaStoed iris tclentldcallr steam cooked In airtight ainltaryoTensand ispreparatIonr trtuniallthcelemtnttof necewarrforhealth and ttrongt- hCeOOSEE ia not only healthfnlbatlt lash dtlntlettand C5 flakedwheatfoodfltwtllpleaiethedlt rV There IsonlyonewaTtoknoTif the freal nJertttol and that It to eat It H tarly ET rjbaEaUUNow WINCI1STiQ1NUBLACK The Nublack is a grand good shell It ia good in construction primed with a quick and sure primer and carefully loaded with the best brands of powder and shot It is a favorite among hunters and other users of black powder shells on account of its uniform shooting evenness of pattern and strength to withstand reloading ALL O fe A L E B S S E L L T H E M t lA t il t wteH IMPORTANT NEWS ITEMS GONDENSEO J Interesting Happenings Boiled Dovn for the Busy 1 t Readers FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NOTES 1 DolngsCrlmeaIJ War Between Russia and Ja pan In the Far East b Nebogatoffs squadron appeared at break of May 9 20 miles off Cape James preparing to ascend the riv ldato Saigon where the commander ex d to find the necessary orders for 1 junction with Rojcstvensky revictalling his fleet He was In it formed of Frances desire that the Junction of the Russian squadrons khould occur outside of IndoChinese a Nebogatoff then disappeared z rnthe ropen sea Y A correspondent at HongKong de scribing the formidable preparations Iforthe defense of Formosa says the Pcscadore Islands have been supplied with provisions and ammunition suffi 21dent for two years and are now heav cannontGen Ltncvltch In a dispatch to Em peror Nicholas says Our advance i Iposts along the line from Podysouzsche were attacked by the en reooOattack it flnext day but were again unsuccess a tf lrPresident Roosevelt was In Chicago j his return trip to h The time was consum i ladby one luncheon three receptions cf one banquet and four carriage rides i Honoring and honored by his political W foes but personal friends President0 was at night the chief guest natamagnificent banquet tendered to 1 him by the Iroquois club the leading democratic organization of Illinois P Surrounded by men who have fought aagainst him in two naUonal cam 0paigna who deprecate many of his t avowed policies and who have frowned I upon some of his political actions the 4a president was cheered to the echo liS wf he entered and left the banquet hat 4 President Roosevelt baa reached 1 home from his western trip which he 4 trgards as one of the mo enjoyable 4 Journeys be has taken since he has been president He traveled 6000 miles and passed through 12 states and three 1 territories Every state and territory iu the United States except Florida 4 and Arkansas have been visited by Mr since ho became presidento iRoosevelt c wind storm worked havoc ctjt to many buildings In St Joseph Mo 4andvicinity The loss Is 100000 Henry G CoIl former assistant cash ier of the First National bank of Mil i waukee who is charged with embez i zlement may make a confession Controller of tile Currency Rldgeley hasjevled an assessment of 66 23 per cent upon stockholders of the First I National bank of Milwaukee to make good the capital stock which was Im l paired by the defalcation of former President Frank G BIgelbw Rr Adm Evans reports that th T SWesttrtidlancrulse of the North At Slantic squadron was gratifying In ev ery respect- S J Ani earthquake was experienced f Deride Abbas Persia and 50 persons arejepprted to have been burled by a landslide Two hundred yards of the mountain behind the town collapsed T Itis known that 26 lives have been lostln the tornado that wrecked pat i 9r Marquette Kan and did much dam age la that vicinity and that 44 per a tons had been Injured Of the injured 35 were seriously hurt and some of them may die 4 Thetrustees of the McKinley Na tional Memorial association met and I formally approved the design for mausoleum submitted by H Van Burnt McJJqnlgle At present the body o2 t President McKinley is in a public vault In Westlawn cemetery Canton O Cpunt Cassinl the Russian ambassa dorlo this country has been transfer red to Madrid He will be succeeded In Washington by Baron Rosen until recently Russian minister to Tokio Returns to the chief of the bureau oflstatistics of the department at ag 3ricuitute made up to May 1 show the Sarea under winter wheat in cultivation on that date to have been about 29 j 723JWO aCres Reports of aremarkable tidal wave- f Along the westshore of Lake Michigan were received The wave seemed to he the highest at Keriosha and R cine WIJ3 where a wal of water swept In causing much damage and alarm along t J r the docks Tom Witherspoon a negro was ta- ka ken from officers at Belmont Mo 15 miles below Cairo by a mob of sev hundred persons and hanged Ineral Heur was money c from a white man jy semiofficial statement from high sources was published giving Frances p tlCrilnrepIY to Japans charges of breaches of neutrality One of the JaJapan has done in the Philippines and Dutch East Indies the paC as she accuses Fiance of doing in lndpChina r Sr An oil tank containing 14000 barrels oColl at Downs five miles from Fair rnpt W Va owned by the South 4 Ir Fenn Oil Co took fire and blazed fu- rjously A nnonwas broughtbn a t trainand three shots were fired into thatank thus releasing the fluid Loss q fSKOOQl N i Minister Barrett because of lit 44Ihealth has been granted a leave of z absence e which be will spend jn this country This will delay Mr Russells departure from Bogota for Caracas forj the present sa At Santa Barbara Cait Capt Philip c Pendleton Powell U S A died after z bktjrief illness aged 58 He was an 4e s e in the confederate army during jolnpdtr t A tornado struck the town of Quln 4 Jan5 In Woodward county Okla de straying numerous dwellings and kill i fIritwosmaflsona of Mrs O W Cox i Ai man and woman as yet unidenti flea both apparently Japanese weN i found shot to death in a room of the DrV Dock hotel New York in the Bow r Scry where they had registered as My t roB Lewis and wife New York adoptedlV a rt there oftherOnIflBof Stevens T Ma fthenrsigoycrnorof Michigan His jeDalnsn9w rest in New York citySWilliam DeW of S roudsllUrga was arrested charged w th defrauding the Kuliabe Life Assurance society abtLxt 70t r5 6J ir i crt s tJ q t l 1 ii tJI r r fitftiVVf v srpdJ ft F 4 5T The Society of the Army of the Po tomac which held its 36th reunion at Manassas Va visited the Bull Run battlefield and other points of Interest At the historic Henry house farm vet crane who fought each other In that battle walked arm in arm and pointed out the trying positions occupied by their commands Justice Gaynor in the supreme court In Brooklyn gave a decision In which he holds that a contract made in Ken tucky which had been declared illegal by the courts of that state Is illegal and void In New York as well Snyder Okla was visited by a tornado and part of town was wrecked The list of dead Is expected to exceed 100 and 85 bodies have been recovered a dozen persons are missing and given up for dead and of the 41 seri ously Injured seven are fatally hurt More than 100 others suffered less severe Injuries Relief was sent from neighboring towns From Oklahoma City went 100 men to dig graves and seek the dead still In the ruins anti also a dozen undertakers with coffins Four more of the persons Injured in the Snyder Okla tornado are dead Miss MIze Mr Paulson John McCari and Miss Ruser bringing the total number of known dead to 117 Twenty persons were killed and more than 100 injured in a collision between an express train and a freight at Harrisburg Pa A carload of dynamite In the freight train was exploded and the wreckage was destroyed by fire Most of the bodies were burned to crisp and in some cases arms and legs are missing Two of the bodies have nothing left but a portion of the tninkTwo snore victims of the wreck of the Cleveland and Cincinnati express on the Pennsylvania railroad at South Harrisburg Pa have died bringing the total number of victims to 22 Two others are In a critical condition Four men were killed one was fatally Injured and a score of others were more or less seriously burned by the collapse of an Immense gas holder at the Point Breeze works of the Unlted Gas Improvement Co Philadelphia A heavy rain and wind storm pre vailed In southwestern Oklahoma as suming the proportions of a cloudburst near Lawton Okla Tho streets ot Lawton were flooded and water ran into many houses- A man who says his name Is Daniel Costable an Italian was arrested by Policeman Hopkins while trying to force an entrance at the rear door of the white house about midnight He was locked up at the police station Seven men were killed and one In jured probably fatally In an explosion In the Cora mine one of the Helnze properties near Butte Mont One of the men who was carrying an armful of dynamite sticks was blown to atomsHerbert V Croker a son of Richard Croker the former Tammany leader of New York was found dead on a southbound Santa Fe train near New ton ICanand it is supposed that he died of opium poisoning Nnn Patterson the onetime Flora dora show girl was released on her own recognizance from the New York Tombs prison after almost a year within Us walls awaiting a determination of the charge that she had murdered Caesar Young a race track bookmaker endIing May 11 last week 201 in the like week In 1904 182 in 1903 and 190 In 1902 In Canada failures for the week number 18 against 29 last week A cabinet officer is authority for the statement that Paul Morton secretary of the navy will seer his connection with the government service In the near future John B Goodwin exmayor of At lanta Ga the newly appointed grand secretary of Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows was Installed at Odd Fel lows ball Baltimore- A treaty between France and Max ico has been signed whereby a reduc tion of postal rates Is Drought about The rate of postage to France Is now the same as the rate to the United StatesThere will be no strike of the mi ners In the employ of the Pennsylvania Coal Co ana the Hillside Coal and Iron Co Scranton Pa satisfactory term having been agreed upon Howard Malcolm Tichnor the au thor lecturer and critic is dead at his home In San Francisco after a brief IllnessMatilda Buttengetv 21 and Charles Henderson 17 were drowned In Lake Michigan Chicago when a sailing yacht In which they were sailing capsized Gen Thomas J Churchill a former governor of Arkansas and commander of the Arkansas division United Con federate veterans Is dead in Little Rock Ark Eva Dakln R Chicago concert ball singer on her way home shot and kill ed one of two men who attacked her and tried to rob her Accused by his sevenyearold step daughter of having killed his wife and infant child by pouring kerosene over their bed aft they lay asleep and then setting Ore to thebed clothing Joseph Leiding of Chicago was arrested At Rome Ga Prank Starr negro was shot to death after terrorizing the community and threatening tor several hours to annihilate all who interfered with him A tornado struck the town of Hampton Mo and several persons were in jured though none was killed A drug store a general store and a blacksmith shop were demolished At Nljnl Novogorod Lieut ColI Creschner of the gendarmle was shot dead as bewas entering his residence at midnight ohjils veturn from the theater The house watchman was seriously wounded An earthquake was felt over a wide area of country in Central and South ern Mexico In the state of Jalisco many houses were damaged and the dome of the church in one town col lapsed Utica N Y suffered a loss of 8450 000 by Ore In less than two hours time The large dry goods establishment of Robert ra erw completely destroy ed Other stores were damaged According to private advices from Zhitomir Russia the fruits of the anti Jewlsh riots there are 16 dead and- over 100 wounded mostly Jews Mar iial law was proclaimed at Zhitomir The annual convention of the Amal gamated Association of Iron Steel and Tin Workers adopted the wage corn mhtees recommendation for the re striction of the muck and puddle scale of 1903 l Postmaster General Cortelyou has signed a convention with the Jamai can government extending the money order system of this country to the province of Jamaica At Pittsburg Police Capt Jan WJ1 son was acquitted by the jury which heard the evidence for and against him en the charge of alding and abetting In the maintenance of an illegal ic ort I s t s j ps o fr h i The committee of labor men appoint ed to call upon President Roosevelt and lodge with him a protest against the employment of federal troops dur- Ing the present teamsters strike was granted an audience He Informed them that no request had been made to him for aid but intimated that the strikers and strikebreakers must not violate the laws The Employers Teaming association at Chicago operated 1900 wagons and made deliveries In nil parts of the city Two nonunion drivers were as saulted and beaten one of them so severely that he will die Beyond these cases there was no Interference with the wagons worth mentioning- At Memphis Tenn Thomas McCall a night watchman shot and killed Edith Ferguson and Hal Williamson The murderer an hour later turned the weapon upon himself firing a bullet Into his head- Soldiers belonging to the 53d bat talion of the infantry reserve pillaged several Jewish houses In Nicholas street Klehtneff Two parties of foreign delegates to the International Railway congress which closed its seventh session in Washington left on tours of the United StatesA body comprising leading public men or Europe and America have founded the National Interests and International Conciliation assocla tion under the presidency of Senator Bertbelot William H Taft secretary of war is slated to succeed William H Moody as attorney general when the latter retires from the cabinet to take up the practice of law in Boston his homo city That at any rate Is the present plan of President Roosevelt Unless the president changes his mind both Herbert Bowen late minis ter to Venezuela and Francis R Loom- is first assistant secretary of state will retire from the public service oft result of the controversy In which the two men have been engaged A prominent member of the cabinet is au thority for this statement- At Blomington III Conrad Blanch ard a farmer shot his wife twice in flicting probably fatal wounds He then shot himself dead Both were 50 years oldTho Lindell hotel St Louis will be torn don to make way for a department store The Lindell has been In existence for 3D years and was popular with traveling men Statistics which have been gathered by the Charity Organization society show that the American negroes are more subject consumption than any other race of peple of which statistics can be secured Walter F Matthews of Portland United States marshal for the district of Oregon has been removed by order of the president The seventh session of the interns tional Railway congress ended in Washington Its eighth session will meet in Berne Switzerland five yean henceTwentytwo miners were killed by a premature explosion during blasting operations in the Almasy coal mine at Reslcza Hungary Master carpenters of Janesville Wis declared every shop in the city open This will bring about a com plete tieup of building- A terrific tornado passed two and a half miles southeast of Mt Pleasant Tex One person was killed and many were injured The pope has appointed Cardinal Satolll former pApal delegate to the United States to be protector of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word at San Antonio Tex Archibald MacKirdy American vice consul at Muscat Arabia was married at St Margaret church Westminster London to Olive Christian Malvery an East Indian who has spent five years working among the poor of Lon donIn an opinion rendered by Attorney General Moolly regarding the application of the eighthour law to the em plo es of the Isthmian Canal Co on the Isthmus of Panama the attornay general holds that the Jaw applies to those employes Mrs Max Waller was killed and Mi Wailer and three children and a Mrs White Sveje Injured by a windstorm which demolished the Waller home In the Thornbury neighborhood sixteen miles north of Wichita Falls Tex Italy and Portugal signed a treaty of- arbitration similar to that existing between France and Great Britain At Hobart Okla R A Wright coo victed of murder of William Slattery was sentenced to be hanged July 7 Repairs to cost about a million dollars and which will require more than a years time are recommended by an official board to survey the United States armored cruiser New York The cruiser is tied up at Boston and Is out of commissionThe of Mt Vesuvius la again active There have been heavy explosions and the quanlty of lava emitted produces a magnificent spectacle at night- Artilleryman Dowey a member of the 68th Co heavy coast artillery was killed in Phoebus Va by Police om cer Phillips According to Officer Phil lips he had occasion to reprimand three artillerymen for an infraction of a town ordinance whereupon Dowey picked a fight with him A tornado preceded by a heavy hail storm struck Marlow IT Twenty- dwelllnghouses were wrecked and Joss of life Is reported Engineer Harry Taylor was killed outright and two others fatally injured by an explosion ota boiler on ah engine Dr Gorgas reports from Panama that J D Slattery died there from yellow fever and that there were 11 cases In the hospital The members of the rivers and han hors committee left Pittsburg after round of hospitality on their trip down the Ohio river to inspect the stream and report on the needs of the Improvements asked The Connecticut legislature in joint session formaly declared Frank B Brandegee elected United States sea atoc for the unexpired term of the late Senator O H Platt which began on March 4 1903 Jiving1ndeath in his room in Welch hall one of the campus dormitories New Haven Ct and an investigation into the cases being conducted Gen J Hale Sypher an excongress man from Louisiana but of recent years a resident of Washington D C where he practiced law died in Balti more of heart disease aged 67 years The announcement was made that the French government will publish a yellow book concerning French observance of neutrality during the events In the far east fi f1 r f t ON ISLAND OF JOLO Fierce Fighting Went on For Two Weeks Lots of Americans Under Command of Gin Wood Was Seven Killed and Nineteen WoundedThe Mores Loss Was 300 Killed Manila May IriFlerce fighting has been going on the past two weeks oa the Island of Jolo between the outlaw Moro Chief Pala with 600 well armed followers and troops under the per sonal command of Maj Gen Leonard Wood Palas losses thus far are 300 killed while those of Gen Wood are seven killed and 19 wounded PaIn and his remaining followers In accordance with Moro tradition prefer death to capture Gen Wood with detachments from the 14th cavalry the 17th 22d 23d infantry and constabulary scouts has driven Pala and his followers Into a swamp which has been surrounded Pala was a noted slave trader and warrior when the Americans occupied the islands Iater ne escaped with his followers to the Island of Pula So kar near Borneo One of Palas leaders deserted and took refuge in tho British settlement at Lahad Pala dis covering his whereabouts landed with a following and demanded of the Brit ish magistrate that he turn the desert er over to him The demand was not compl Jjth aM Pala ordered a mas sacrf 7tnty ve persons Including several 3rltlO were killed Pala es caped toUtfi island of Jolo and organ ized the present uprising It Is report ed that the Borneo authorities request ed Gen Wood to apprehend Pala dead or alive and turn him over to them THE LABOR TROUBLE General Strike of Union Drivers In Chicago Is Threatened Chicago May 15Unless comprom- Ises are effected by all the opposing Interests In the fight now In progress in Chicago between capital and labor the teamsters strike may spread many fold during tho next few days The refusal of the teamsters joint council tepresentlng 35000 union drivers to accede to the demands of the Chicago Team Owners association to handle merchandise for all business house having contracts with the members of the owners organization without ills criminating against the firms involved In the present strike has brought the controversy to a point where a speedy settlement will have to be made to prevent an extension of the trouble There Is a posslbllty however that the whole trouble may be satisfactor fly adjusted without resorting to such Ilrastics measures After receiving the annnouncement of the teamsters joint council refusing to ofiey the ultimatum of the Team Owners association a meeting of the latter organization was held and it was decided to give the teamsters more time to consider the proposition THE AUSTRIAN THRONE Woman Claiming to Be Carlotta Says She Is the Rightful Heir I Boston May 15A woman who claimed to be Carlotta the wife of 1andIng someUOOOO members of the Italian colony on the pretense that she was the rightful claimant of the Austrian throne- She Is being sought ny over 100 resl dents of the North End district who for almost eight years have been ppy ing her money to enable her as they supposed to gain possession of the Austrian throne upon which event tak ing place she promised that those who helped her would be made ministers and nobles and be given vast estates CHAMPION JEFFRIES He Announces That He Will Never Again Enter the Ring Chicago May 15James J Jeffries champion heavyweight pugilist of the world left Chicago for Los Angeles Cal It is his announced intention to build a home in that city Crippled with rheumatism and suffering intermittently fronTmalarial fever Jeffries says he has put oh fighting gloves for the last time and that he will never again enter the ring Jeffries with his brother Jack owns several mining claims In Arizona and to these and to mining in general Jeffries says hi will devote his time in the future Alleged Trusts to Be Investigated Chicago May is Following the present Investigation of the packing Industries by the federal grand jury steps will be taken by the federal au thorities to make an Investigation ol the drug and steel Industries with a view to determining whether the large firms In cont 4 of the bulk of these industries are not violating the antitrust laws The Cases Dismissed Cripple Creek Col May 15Dl trict Attorney Hamlin dismissed the cases on the criminal docket against leaders and members of the Western of Miners charged wltb responelbtmr for and partjclpatlon In the Victor r1 of June 6 1904 Death of WetlKnown Actress Chicago May 15Jessie Bartlett Davis wife of Will Jr Davis the theatrical manager and wellknown ac tress died suddenly at her home In this city The cause of her death was heart disease produced by nephritis Arrival of ExMinister Conger San Francisco May 15cF H Conger former American minister to China arrived here from the Orient Aft er a brief stay in this city Mr Congo will go to his former home In lowe before assuming his duties as ambassador to Mexico The Strike Ended Washington May 16The strike ol the 14000 agricultural laborers In Por to Rico has ended according to a ca blegram received by President Corn pers of the American Federation ol Labor from Santiago Iglesia Veiled Murderess Dead Nawburg N YMay I5Mrs Hen rietta Robinson 89 years old who was known as the veiled murderess died at the Mattewan state hospital She was convicted of the murder ol Timothy Lanaan and Catherine Lube in Troy in 1853 Funds For Strikers Boston May 15EVery teamster union which met In the city endorsed the Chicago strike voted immediate funds from the treasury to assist In the fight and levied assessments oa Us members to add to this fund x j Ux oa Jsti I r l f INTERESTING STATE NEWS I CARRIER RESCUES WOMAN He Had An Excited Passenger on His Wagon Through a Creek Newport Ky May 13Wlth the water sweeping through Phillips creek with the speed of a millrace and the roadbed out of sight Wm A Sprague who carries the mall between Newport and Grants Lick had a frantic struggle with an aged woman who Insisted upon jumping out of his wagon In an effort to reach the shore He had to hold to the dashboard whllo andputItlngstruggled to shore through water up to his chin The horse balked In the middle of the stream and he had difficulty In keeping the light wagon from being overturnedIWhile he was attempting to pacify his passenger the mail sack was swept from the wagon and went hurling downstream He Induced a farmer to watch his passenger and went InI search of it lie found it lodged against a tree that had been uprooted and had to swim for It Tho letters were soaked and it was difficult to decipher some of them A POSSE AFTER HIM William Shlgle Shot and Killed Henry Murmer a Farmer Owensboro Ky May 12A posse is scouring the woods with bloodhounds In this county for William Shlgle who killed Henry Wurmcr at the lat tars farm Murmer was plowing when the man emptied the contents of a shotgun into his body The men dis agreed over some work The coroners verdict was murder In the first de gree Much excitement prevails in the neighborhood over the tragedy Ike Rhea fired two shots at his wife in an effort to end her life Both bullets went wild but the womans face is powder burned She had recently sued for divorce asking for all many In the sum of 3000 She al leges be is heir to 12000 from tilt Ogden estate at Lynchburg Va and asks for an attachment on 3000 of this bcqucathment KENTUCKY RED MEN They Voted To Establish a Widows and Orphans Home Frankfort Ky May ItThe great council of Kentucky Improved Order of Red Men in session here voted to establish a widows and orphans home An annual tax of 50 cents was adopt ed to create the necessary fund The home will be located by the next an nual council J H Cook of Montgomery Ala great guard of the national council installed the newly elected officers of Kentucky council THE NEW STATEHOUSE The Commission Is Ready To Receive t Bids For Excavating Frankfort Ky May 10 Archjfect Andrews of DaytonwIshero in con Jon with the statehouse cotmnlv s on and advertisements for bids for the work of excavating the foundation and basements of the new statehouse will be published Next week all the completed plans and specifications will be r tipped here from Dayton and bids Jr the construction of the building M will then beasked for Freed Brother By Accusing Himself Louisville Ky May 11When the case of Ben Johnson charged with shooting Orrie May in a fight over a woman was called in the city court John Johnsop Bens brother arose and avowed that he had done the shoot- Ing As a result Ben was released and John Is in jail awaiting trial Deal For Farm Land Henderson Ky May 13The largest real estate deal In years was con summated here It involved the sumo 50000 as the consideration for 1 500 acres df fine farming land in this county sold by T K Gibbs and wife of New York to James R and Henry P Barrett of this city Seized the Distillery Louisville Ky May 12 Assistant District Attorney M H Thacher filed Information In the federal court to ob tain judgment of forfeiture of the Charles M Smith Brandy Distillery at Addyvllle Ky It is alleged that Smith refilled packages without renewing the stampsLouisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky May 13On the tobacco breaks 102 hhds of burley were offered at prices ranging from 515 to 950 The number of dark hhds was 146 the prices ranged from 260 to 710 1 His Wife Missing Covington Ky May 13Mrs Bet tie Rusk 55 of Spring Lake Ky wife of Capt Rusk contractor is missing and is believed to be in Cincinnati She left home several days ago and her huband found a note saying she had gone forever New Military Company Newport Ky May 13Tbe New port military company has organlzed wltb the following officers Captain E K Metcalfe quartermaster P A Platz first lieutenant E J Correll second lieutenant R G Volge Unknown Man Killed Covington Ky May ItAn unidentified white man about 30 who carried In his pocket a book containing the Gospel of St Paul and a saloonkeep- ers card was run over and instantly killed at Independence Ky by a freight train on the L N road Sells 22000 Acres Charleston W Va May ItA big land deal was consummated here transferring 22000 acres of coal and oil lands to a syndicate The property is situated at North Fork Ky anl the consideration Is 200000 Dr H G Shearln Chosen Lexington Ky May 12Dr H G Bhearin for the past three years pro fessor in English at Rlpon College Rlpon Wisconsin has been chosen to succeed Prof O C Freeman as professor to the chair of English at Ken tucky university To Islurisd In Kentucky St Louis May nThe remains of William A Craig a once prominent KentucKian were shipped to Smiths Grove Ky4 for burial He served aa lieutenant colonel of the Seventh Ken tacky pavalry during the civil war I r Gcf i THE KENTUCKY DERBY Agile Was An Easy Winner Over a Slow Track Louisville Ky May 11 Moving with a long stealing effortless stride Agile Capt S S Browns beautiful hay colt passed under the wire an easy winner over a slow track of the 31st Kentucky Derby Three and a half lengths behind him came Rams Horn on whom tho hopes of Tennes see and the blue grass horsemen were fixed Trailing 15 lengths to the rear came Layson from the stable of T P Hayes With but three starters It was a one horse race The time for the mile and a quarter was 2lu Nearly 20o5o people saw the race run It was the openlng day of the spring meeting of the new Louisville Jockey club MAJ J D HARRIS DEAD He Was One of the Oldest and Wealthiest Men In Kentucky Mt Sterling Ky May 13Maj John D Harris one of the oldest and wealthiest men In Kentucky died at his home in Madison county He was prominent in democratic politics In Kentucky and was a candidate for the democratic nomination for governor in 1887 He was owner of 2500 acres of blue grass land and was well known all over the country WARNER MUST HANG Gov Beckham Has Refused to inter fere In His Case Frankfort Ky May 12Gov fleck ham has declined to Interfere with judgment at Louisville sentencing George Warner to hang for assassina tion of Pulaski Leeds master engineer of the Louisville k Nashville railroad Warners defense was that he had been blacklisted and refused employ ment Hehas attempted suicide Ho is to be hanged May 18 next DEBUTANTE STAKES Beautiful Bess From Fred Cooks Stable the Winner Louisville Ky May 12 Beautiful Bess from Fred Cobks stable won the Debutante stake for 2yearold 31 lies at Churchill Downs The Cook filly was a heavilybacked evenmoney favorite and won easily by three lengths from Ohlyesa Lazcll backeJ from 20 to 1 to 8 to 1 won the third race Track heavy AT CHURCHILL DOWNS Lady Toddlngton and Lexington Lead er Carried the Bulk of the Money Louisville Ky May 13 Second choices and gd tines took all save one of the events Churchill Downs The card was featureless and was run off over a very muddy track books and bettors alike being at sea In their calculations Lady Toddlngton and Lexington Leader carried the bulk of the public money in their respective races CYCLONE VICTIM Young Son oW B SncokS Died of His Injuries Louisville Ky May 13 Sydney Snook chief deputy in the local customs office received a telegram from his brother of Snyder Okla saying that his fouryearold son Bryant Snook had died of injuries received in the cyclone Tilt Hegram states that the test ot thr imUy are alive A Native r1 Kentucky Memphis Tenn May 12R W Tllford organizer of the present Cot tonStates league and first president of the organization died at his Green ville Mississippi home The do ceased was a native of Frankfort Ky where he leavesraany relatives Is Given Life Sentence Covington Ky May ItJas Russell charged with stabbing his wife to death was sentenced to serve tho remainder of his life in the peniten tiary This ends one of the most remarkable cases ever beard in the Ken ton criminal courts Given a Life Sentence Harrodsburg Ky May 12Abe Demaree colored who shot and killed Ella Meaux his sweetheart was given a life sentence In the penitentiary Fletcher Ogle and B W Lockmuller were each given four years They rob bed a farmhouse Judge Pences Funeral Covington Ky May 13Amld sor row profound and impressive Judga Cecil W Pence was consigned to the tomb In Highland cemetery Coving tori The funeral was one of the lire est ever leaving this city Kentuckians Are Elected Kansas City Mo May 13The Southern Baptist Educational conference has elected D W H Harrison president of Bethel college Russell vllle Ky vice president George W Norton Louisville treasurer Wm P Harvey Louisville auditor Police Chief Given a Badge Covington Ky May 13Chlef of Police Henry ft Shuler of this city was the recipient of a fine badge It is of solid gold the regulation size surmounted by a large eagle The to len Is a memento from many friends Rich Coal Lands Sold Mt Sterling Ky May lTbe Cas sidy coal Co of Lexington completed the purchase of the Diamond coal mines In Laurel county paying 70000 cash The company is composed of W E and T D Cassidy formerly of this city Farmer Killed By a Train Owensboro Ky May HJames Smith a wellknown farmer was run down and Instantly killed by a local freight train on the Louisville k Nash ville railroad six miles south of here He was walking along the track Was Caught In the Machinery Versailles Ky May 11 Andrew Trumbo was caught In the machinery at W A Gaines 4 Coa distillery near Millvllle this county and his leg was broken and crushed between the knee and ankle It Is feared that amputa tion will be necessary Fatal Freight Wreek Louisville Ky May llA freight train on the Louisville Nashville railroad dashed through a switch and Into the rear of another freight train at Lebanon Junction Engineer Jas Beck was fatally injured ijr fh IJ i I J 11T r i f 7 t MOTHERHOOD Actual Sterility in Women Is Very RareHealthy Mothers and Children Make Happy Homes 1 4wMany women long bra child to bless their homes but because of some de bility or displacement of tie female organs they are barren Preparation for healthy maternity is PinkhamsVegetableUlan by any other medicine because It enfirefemalements ulceration and inflammation- A woman who is in good physical theblessings nhealthyIf expectant mothers would fortify sVegelableyears has sustained thousands of wouldbesuffering and in disappointments at birth PinkhapiE rinkhams Vegetable Compound in such cases- 1rs L C Glover VicePresident of Milwaukee Business Womans AsSOcia- tion of 614 Grove Street Milwukee Wis writes Dear Mrs Pinkham I was married for several years and na saidIcouldbe hUbby Meticto 4 that Home andif he to do he he can he it it was blended Of What pound can purity I and with la oMe dirt or In CO FINDINGS A face Is the aver age onetenth of in physical as an to education physician us to to 70 wIthout- a and perhaps prolong our to tld are regarded as dangerously Philadelphia physician He 25 cases in an and he an operation nant has to develop The of is cov ered by whitex cap is not the of the as it dos of 965 per cent of and of 35 per of but also the substance Car railroads seem to the car brought the the Interstate Commerce A president is authority for the are mileage out and the question of excessive charges is for the shipper to the car so as is no law to Car mileage has de to be as as the payment of rental for property He Bargained For Did the that he said he live Yes and now hes wondering how her first husband managed to live QUICK ConcordIIiKidney proved remedy in my case I for and I had experienced great of The kid nay secretions were and full of sediment it all up and I not had an in my the last My improved CO price501nts F try Lydia E PinVhams Vegetable Com t Inhealthchild came our Now we have something to for and oil tb Is to E PinVhams Vegetable Com Mrs P Wharry Secretary the Shore The Norman Milwaukee Wis Mrs Pinkham was married and SbirthPinkhams Vegetable Compound was recom forItchangedto strong and one t two lovely little girl was born the pride and IDIeSLydiathoUght end happiness it brought to our Homo If any she is or has about her ability to carry td mature let her write to Mrs Pinkham Lynn advice is free to all or wouldbe She has helped thousands of this anx ious suffering irregular or painful leucorrhcen dis placement or inflammation P of the bearing down feel ing or ovarian troubleTmckache lag or nervous prostration re member Vege holds the for the number of of womans ll1and no tute Maay Women KaTe toei Benefited SIrs Piskhaas Adtfce Truths Strike grocer is honest cares soean you that knows very little about bulk coffee sells you How know where 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cents Pjir I iOOilrLT T ANNOUNCEMENT bxOR REIMIBSBSTATIVB i We are authorized to announce ChhE E Dy of MorvliKiid can T1ute for roeltctiii us Keprofontu tivefrnm Rath mid Rowan cHin ties subject to the action of the a 1 Democratic party We art authorized to announce Vullet Shnrp of 5 harpburgna n 1 rnniljdute lair Representative from I f Ruth 8nd Rowan counties subject lothe itutiun of the Democratic J party e 9 rPRESIDENT ROOSEVELT is buck nt WHsliinyton from hislonl Western 4 tour and there will be moro or less tinquietness the Potomac LAND operations in the Rnt so UJapnewar seem to be walling on the result of the naval content 1rr Sbeten Rojestveneky nnd Togo fy TUB strike of the union team i Pltrs in Chicago bns failed wofully I us all euih strikes mum full whn 4 talkerA resort to violent methods tu carry their point b TniTStandurd Oil Co is not fi t4Yh hancially weakened by the fight 4 made on it It dectedit fifteen per cent dividend in March andta nine per cent one for June iTUEI meeting of thu Itiifoinn Rod lapMiiesu nuvul Fqundronft is ex J every thayiaasw Tho ex fplrtare not so certain of the out us they were earlier h TUES al Hoard of Equalize 0 tlnh ia session ast Frankfurt has generally raised nsHusemenlrf where 4 they fall behind thoso of last year N rrhe mini power is reinomelep 4 NAN PjvTTEitsoNrt indictment for Sibi +c1bkUtin iii CqesarYoungnNL lIrwI8nlelb 1 WilY and the d1 lindunt released from custody for 1I of which the country is duly thankful CORRESPONDENCE T Upper Prickly Ash t MM Nancy Sbrout visited rtla lives in Owingsrille Saturday uf j trrnoon L J t R L Stone and wife vuitcd John j P Stone and wire near CurlUle irora Thursday till Saturday1 a E S Hamilton of Roea Run visited IL L Slono und wife Tues duy of lust week His mother Mrs I Frances Hamilton accompanied t him hornt Last Thursday afternoon there windblewI i building off of the foundation There has been heavy rains for five days in succession washing tho and badly i Crooks Mrs Eliza McNabb is quite sick t i EdPuIwero1OhywpanSpricgs1 wulhtre Sunday r 1 Minn Jiilin Williamson ii visit ii ing relativessatFord lCy I I Jefl DaIs and son Uanks visited t relatives at White Oak 3unduyV Martin Hurt of Olive Hill in visiting his pdrehis Pute Hart und 4 wife r Tom Satterfield wife and eon- of Midland City are visiting rcla fq lives here q k Mrs Henry Holland arid child r nof Clark county tire visiting Selatlvea here Jd S4 Mrs Will Nixon visited her sis ter Mrs J D Turley at Salt Lick Saturday und Sunday The high waters last week did tenelnIandatergops There has been LeL if putveryIlttle corr panted yet Reynolclsvlllotr2 Jacob Boyd of Bethel spent Iuesday nigwitb U B Boyd e7t li j Job Letter has been suffering rrj J wlth chlllff and fever but is some i better ir i k 0 Dpggett and wife visited J S I1P9yIeant1 wife ut Owingsville i Tuesday ais Miss EtQe Tockett of rear O v a ingfvillospRnt Sunday with Mrs 4 P P humsVV jV Snellingifr VV cAs1 450 Doggett Sunday i Mrs Molinda Heath of hpar Sharp biirg spent Sunday with n Mark Donaldson rii James McNab had a horse and niiloYI WiIIBoyd wifo and duiighier 2s I of City Alfred tt wJfAsdehIildr1 of near herl h4liMIVaI 8alIiR and D WDu it LPletisauni isitc J gdy 1fTTlEIlIINflII ttt i1 Jf ij 1 Jn ftJ P Y l hif tiP S 7 o Ir l yf I I f v u rI Upper Flat Crook D C Tipton ninl wife of PIn in visited relative here last wtlkIWin Tipton of Judy pimhtisrd of A G VlIlIk n two yeai old uiulo lr15Iil Carter and family were the guests of Win Utierlmek mid to IllIily one day lat week W G Moore tisited Ins grand daughter Sire C K Myrt near Shnxvhun several days lust week The spring talus have been un tieuully heavy in this section Flat Creel VItS higher than ever known Uev E O Guerrnnt of Wilmore visited Mrs Mary Owing SlIlurI lillY and preached at Springfield Sunday afternoon Olympia MUs Iff file Swans returned last Wednesday utter eleven munllisnt LouisaMrs Cnllin Jackson daughter unit Miss Helen nf Owingsville visited Mrs CUPO Thursday Elder Klbert DUWBOII of More heath closed a tendays meeting hero Friday It Wits a successful ono and several conversions Elder Elbert Dawson will hold services at the Old Fields grave yard on Sunday the 28th of May and till fur and near rite invited to come and bring dinner to serve on the ground and also flowers to decomto the graves of our dent We would like to have the men that can to como and help us clean oil the graves The reason whywo wanted to have the decoration on Sunday is because we thought it would be a better crowd So all of you come unit let us hive a good meet DR Slate Valley Mrs Enoch Sorrcll continues poorlyMrs Sam Shuhz has 31 SoLing turkcye Mead ws oats and wheat all look wel- lAddie Jones went to Mt Sterl MondayWilliam Wright lost n fine steer by death last week Miss Wynona Sorrell was the guest of Miss Alma Toy Sunday W E Atchison and wile of Salt Lick were guests of the family of Stun Shuhz Friday Buddie Jones rind family of near Cruigs were guests of the family of Enoch Sorrell Sunday Butler Toy sold a Jtreeyobw Kotit Brother for 10 und bought a cow and calf of It Wny fur 10 Leslie nnd Carroll Snedegar of near Owingsville wore guests of their mother Mrs Melissa Sncde gur Sundajonight Dee Rudder and family visited Mrs Rudders purer Andrew Coyle and ireol1 riokly Asia Saturday Jjnd Sunday It line rained every day foraweek and the waters have been very high Considerable damage was done to tho farms on Skillet Fork Prickly Ash and Naylors Branch aml delayed rlDworkatleast two weeks Bethel The candidate seasOn is here inFleniingsburg Several went loMtSterllngCburt from here Monday i Frank Wilson and wife visited his mother here Sunday W L Day and W H 1ieraU have gone to tho mountains G no Donaldson sold G B Cay wood one cow and calf for 10I tV S Robertson was in Nicholas county last week buying mules Allen Judy of Millersburg is visiting Ollie Arrasmitb this week goodduringsome of their tobacco Boardman k Hopkins of Little Rock Bourbon county were here Saturday receiving wool Miss Nellie Williams of Shoe burne visited the family of W B Scott turdRYand Sunday E G Hnzelrigg andRobtWhaley went to riharpsburg Saturday to attend Quarterly Conference J S Vice will soon hayc his new horne completed at the DSTrumbo property another improvement in our town The weather man has sent some very destructive showers the past weekand the farmers report much damage done Mrs Oscar Donaldson and son Robert flume of Georgetown are visiting the families of G B Don aldson and James Eoimons Court claiming the attention of some of our citizens now Some got caught some did notaltogeth er nothing serious has happened yet LexingtonisWilson who land a paralytic stroke the 7th inst Mrs WiUon is improving up to present writing Bro Hopkins the Sundayschool evangelist was in our town three days and nights holding u S S convention which wus a source of much good being interesting en tertiningarod instructive He had with him his stcreqpticon views iI hlstrl ling many cenec moral and spiritual also views of the Worlds Fair buildings four scenes being cineraelofoopic As an entertainer irr his line of Sundayschool work be has no superior and the work he Is doing la great and deserves the support of Christians wherever he mlybel I q o Ji SpringfioicJ C E Sinalliers bmiuht five shouts fnuii Joe Kolpy for 25 Miss 111 Lie Sniahers ami brother Dwight vifittd in OwingsvillcWud IbIhi3 and Thursday N A Dinntt and wife huve re turned friita a vieit to relatives in Montgomery and Bourbon counties OUia Mrs Z T Grain wits in Owings villa Monday shopping Albert Vice Sr staId a sow nnd four pi tor thirteen dollars William Vanlandingham lost by death u mare witha young colt Inst week Lemuel Denton of Moonfield WHS a guest of his purcntsSuturday and Sunday In spite of the inclemency of tho weather lust week several from here attended the trial of James Riddle The heavy rains here Inst week did considerable damage to the hill lands and tobacco beds by washing them olf and covering them up Wost End Dr T J Youngs baby is danger ousiy IllVHoward Kash visited his motiur in Rowan county last week J F Pifrsall and wifo of Winchester arc visiting relatives here Wiu Clayton bought n sorrel marc from Donathan for 100 No grunJ juror from this vicin ity this Court Lookout boys no one to give you the tip Last Wednesday Salt Lick was higher than it has been for forty years so old people say Travis Warner stuck a snug in Ins hand An operation was neccs sary It is healing nicely at present Cot L North was hero one day last week By the way the Colonel is the hero of two wars but is ns jovial and full of his fun as ever Saturday the streams were still overflowing the bottom landsdoing the farmers great damage as all tho best farming land lies on tho streams Hillsboro Robert Davis ot Sherburne visited his mother Sunday Russell Zimmerman returned howe last Tuesday from Cannel CityEli Davis nnd wife left Tuesday for Murlinsvillc Ind where MrD goes for treatment for rheumatism Misses Ethel Mark well and Addie Davis returned homo Monday from attending school at Valparaiso In dianaMinor Raxvhngs and family vis jtcd his daughter Mrs Ab William at Pleasant Valley from Saturday jntil Munduy Charley Ingram and wife passed through hero Saturday from visit Ing his father near Moores Ferry who is quite sick B Eo Schnoley and wife left last Monday for their home at Marion Ind Mrs Rebecca hopkins nc coruplinicd theta Tutu Grimslcy and Miss Nellie Boyd were married Wednesday at Ryans tlotel Fleiningsburg by Rev J L West We tender Hit happy couple our best wishes Salt Ll kVEnrl Fell has returned home Miss Alice Caldwell of Sharps burg is the guest of Miss Walter May RatliiT Childrens day will be observed at tho Christian Church second Sunday in Juno- Childrens day at the M E Church will bo observed the first Sunday in Juno- Saturday was public sale day but owing to the high waters there wasnt much doing Mr and Mrs W B Donaldson of Winchester visited their daugh ter Mrs Rose Ratliif Mrs Will Nixon of Preston spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs Jas Tuiley Miss Delle Cummings returned Saturday from an extended visit to friends in Pennsylvania Tlio Ladles Aid Society of the Christian Church has been organ ized and is starting off nicely daughterMaude to visit relatives in the county MIlford Cox and brido have taken rooms at the home of the grooms mother Mrs Sallie Fitz gerald Those interested are requested to meet next Friday at tho Polksville cemetery in order to clean the grounds for decoration day We have had so much ruin that great damage la done to crops on account of overflowing but the mill men are gathcringin a harvest of logsVTho little daughter of Jessie Steele aud wife who died last woek was interredat Barnes grave yard The following pallboarers were four little girls dressed in white Nell Clayton Nelia Shouse Nora Barnes and Ruth Durham Something sweet to think of In this world of Though cnreiThey bright ofiHarkCall us not back ogain were with you every day Something sweet to think of iTvns round our hearts wove How wo long to see her but the angels say ngnlnShes AH The News PerYear f j a i v i ot 4I i i ie r n 1Irl 4a Sharpsburs Some litile tobacco has liven eel hereVMiss Lena Howard roturnedMon day from three weeks stasywith friends at Lexington Anti still it rains The past week lias been n blank fur the farmers on account of rain The series of sermons at the Methodist Church delivered bIRev 1 R Savage of Winchester closed May 9th with 10 additions John GrimeBformcrly of Ewing who came up to make his home with hits brother To in as near town was taken to the hospital nt Lox ington Tuesday Tho writer was at Little Rock Friday and saw confiderable dam ago dune by recent rains in wash ing away fencing washing up corn overflowing tobacco beds etc Stopstone Robert aidClarcnccGarrett spent last week with Ed Hart on Forge Farm Mrs Helwig and Mrs Pclfrey spent Wednesday with GWTurley and family Clay Jones left Monday morning for Russell where he will work in tho railway yards- G W Turluy and wire spent Monday with his fatherh1 MTur Icyat Mt Sterling Rev Santford will preach at Su gar Grove school houpo tho fourth Sunday in this month II Wilson and wife spcntMon ilny of lust week with S P Steele and wifo on Butlers Branch IJason white rabbits that are n cross between the common ones and jack rabbits- V G Moore spent from Saturday till Monday with his sonJason and fumilon upper Stepstcne- P II Donohow spent from Sat urday till Monday with his son JA Donnhcw anti family in Mt SterlingMiss Eva Staton returned home from a visit of tell days to her grandparents ut Olympia first of lust week Wm Uttcrbacks wifp who hue been very sick with ttomach trou ble for the Inst mouth or so at this writing is doing no good Geo W Turley and wife spent ton days in Nicholas county visit ing his brothersinlaw Jus Cray craft and Geo Blake week before lust I S Watts who had been homo about u week on account of running a nail in his foot while at work in Winchester returned to his work last Tuesday William Steele when he left here lust Monday morning took a pair of white rabbits to hisglfl ut Rus sell his father S PSteelerunning a rabbit farm and has them for sale We hind aplenty of jrafn last week and what was worst of all it Will a gullywasher nnd it did lots of it and big ones at tha dnmng Ing all bottom lands and hillsides that were in cultivation very which Tho meeting nt Corinth erhool house Sunlnv to take slen toward resultediat saute place to organize n working com mittee All ore invited to come and help in this goodYllrk Knob Lick Very little corn his been plant ed T J Barnes was at Owin 8ville Sunday There was considerable hail here VeduuesdayV We tire having an unprecedent ed wet May The meadows and grass arc growing nicely ICapt Pieman returned from Lox ington Tuesday There are a few who are not dono breaking ground Some of t he farmers are not done shearing sheep yet Wm Moore sold his wool at27o Henry Hopkins sold his for 25c ITho decision in the Riddle case a surprise in tbis community John and Bennie Sponce wont to West Virginia last week to work Owing to the wet weather the mines got very little ore out last week Your corpt was fishing at lies Mill one day last week with poor success Wm Hornback and wife ofEast Fork visited Wm Craig Saturday and Sunday Bub Hannahs wife who was dangerously sick a few days agois some better now There will be more millet sown titan usual owing to to the season being late for corn The Rose Run Iron Company rented some 80 acres of grass to some Snit Lick parties A FEW THINGS TO ThiNK OVER Trusts breed distrust Charity is no cure for poverty it is only a plaster- A fortythroo cent protective tariff is worse than fiftycent dollar The rich will continue to grow richer and the poor poorer as long as tho present financialsystem exists The greatest need of the country is for about seven million men to vote for what they want Liberty is not safe in a country whore greed aud avarice exist Tho poverty of tjje poor is tbeir destruction and the wealth of the rich has the same effect on some of tho possessors Extremes are tho downfall of na thinsVThere are some things there can be un overproduction of and ono ii i f i t f r Jt u of them is yillow dog pulithlII 1 hero a luiinvr or laborer in all the and Hint over signed a pe tition to Congress for the destruc lion of the ureciilmeke StoopsIA smith child of Julio F Grooms has been very sickVCutworms have been doing dam ago to corn and tobacco Morgan Foley is quite sick threatened with typhoid fever Euly Roberson andWill CII wood attended the races ut Lexington Very little interest is manifested in tIm Senatorial primary which comes off Thursday Several trom hero contemplate attending the Old Fiddlers contest at Owingsvillo Friday night Blue grass has headed out very low in this vicinity which will make it very inconvenient to strip Mrs J U Gillaspio and children visited tho family of Squire John Steele near Judy ono day last weekMrs Sarah Bridges leads tills neighborhood in regard to her number of young chickens she nearly 500- Eugene Berry is constructing n large tobacco barn for 011 Jones Mr Berry hiss the contract for the erection of eevcn Sfc ixo burns Mrs Allen C Perry nnd little niece Jessio AlfreyofJcffersonville visited Mrs Ps sister Mrs J F Grooms from Saturday until Mon day Lee Trimble son of Joo Trimble of near Mt Sterling left Sunday morning for Indianapolis where he has secured n position with a large wholesale grocery firm A prominent societyof women liuvo decided that the word obey should bo stricken from tho mar ringe ceremony We believe so too for it would save the breaking of the vow- Owing to the inclemency of the weather no one came out to hear Dr EO Guerrnnt preach utSpring field Sunday As there was no crowd he did not preach This is the lirst time that Dr Gucrrant ever fitted to tiara an audience nt Springfield lie can draw n lurgei crowdut Springfield than any other preacher in the world and it is sincerely hoped ho will be buck again soon This vicinity has been visited by one ruin storm after another for the past week Damage line been done to the extent of thousands of dollars Timber lies been blown down fencing washed away tobac co beds ruined by being covered over with mud corn fields washed eo budly theyvihi have to be plant ed over A largo tobacco barn on WTPhclps farm wits blown down On Lanes Brunch In Springfield neighborhood large amount of lumber belonging to J M Bigstaff was washed away Farmers have been delayed with their work be yond estimation i Craics Dr Frank Yells is betler Ruts killed twenty of Mrs Mary Manleys chickens ono night las t week heenlpreuchihg for several nights Tho continued everyday rio has delayed our farmers somewhat Onlya few were done planting corn before the wet spell set in There will be decoration services at the Hedricks cemetery May 30 There will bo speaking by able men It is said tho Salt Lick bund will bo present nt tho occasion All tho old soldiers from this and adjoining counties ore cordially in vited to attend this event and help decorate Ucir comrades graves Well Salt Lick Stoops is singing us n rather different solo of lute Ho has changed his opinion of women just a little we see but wise men are liable co change We remember Stoops telling you a short time ago that God mode the world and then rested then made man and rested then made woman and neither God man nor the devil had over rested since Our Bible doesnt teach us just that way It reads thus Tho heavens and the earth wore finished and all the host of them and on tho seventh day God rested and then he made man and woman nnd Jt doesnt tell us God ever rested after he made man When we go to referring to the Bible we could pick our Iota of verses say som ling like this in Genesis oL VI 5 and G verses And God saw that the wickedness of men was groat in the earth and that bvory imagination of the thought of his heart was only evil continually and it repented the Lord that he had made man on earth and it grieved him at his heart Also Stoops told us that women would all deny their gossiping qualities It wouldnt bo human nature if they didnt He said womens gossip lurid created such comment Well indeed if gossip is such a grand thing ns ho reported last week I dont see why a woman should deny gossip I dont see why it should create comment We see ho quoted tItle littlo verso A thousand tongues has fume tis said fair woman has but one Lord if she lied been supplied like Fatue what would poor wan have done Well now we believe men would get along all right for we see some of them seem to keep up pretty well as it iSe and now ho wants us tu tell him when ho ever ridiculed woman We suppose ho has forgotten but woman will live on no matter what the evil tongues of men say about them Mothers will work sell eggs and butter and per haps eren goto the wash tub to get monoy to puyber boys tuition lee ahd assooh as he gets his education nine times out of ton tho first VV4V L X mj r r 1f 7fi Ki ltIMI wV fr r ei iol t z- y VVV 1j VVbVV i r L VVVV VVVV fl twwaJVanfl S fe krr Opportunities In California IThetrade in the Orient is opening upVVV f 1tIthe trade of the Pacific Coast cities with the Far rtEast Big opportunities for the man wlio lives there E Why not look the fieldover Only 6250 Chicago to San Francisco or tAngeles and return May i 2 3 9I0 11 12 Lostr29 30 31 June i August 6 7 8 9 10 n 12 and 14 1905 Tickets good for return for 90 CJ Rate for a double berth in a comfortable tourj 3Jist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco t s Santa Barbara and many other pointsVV in JiiICaliforniaonly 7 Through train service from r Union Passenger Station Chicago via the i Chicago Milwaukee St Paul l Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line 1This is the route of The Overland Limited leaving Union tPassenger Station Chicago 605 m and The California Expressat 1025 p ni The California Express carries Yf sleeping cars to California every day Both trains toupstI t through standard s1eeprsV t Complete information sent free on receipt coupon with blank lines filled W S HOWELL GcnI Eastern Agent Broadway NEW YORK CITY or F A MILLER General Passenzer Agent CHICAGO t thing he will do will bo to write poetry about women tongues and so on We should like to quote a little rhyme if the editor will per mitVLITTLE REAL BRAVERY You may talk of the heroes that tight with the foe you may brag of the men fighting weeds withu hoc but braver than nil fur she isnt n man is a smnll washerwom an called Mrs McCunn Six days in the week she stands lover the tubs wearing out her frail knucl lea witn hardest of rubs anti ere she bepns and long after flics through she is toiling ut home as poorniothors do Six children the smallest a babe in tho arms nnd ugood fornuiiglit husband who often ularoic depends Oil her earnings though however small must do for thu house rent food clothing and till Hravc Sirs McCunn she gets tired of course not ns hard hut much harder she works than a horse but she never eompliuns und withcheerfulness tries tit hide what Mie suffers from everyones eyes And her husband cross lazy nnd loving his beer who fills her with dreadand too often with fear she manages so that her children lire saved from knowing that father is basely depraved ORDINANGE The City Council of Hit City of Owingsville Kj do ordain us follow Pursuant to notice duly given published nnd advertised in TilE OWINRSYILLE OUTLOOK a newspaper published in the city ofOwingsville Ky and that subject to the limita tions and restrictions herein set out a franchise is hereby granted to The Sharpsburg Ionic Telephone Co a corporation legally organized and incorporated under the laws of the State of Kentucky to use the streets and alleys of tho city ufOw ingsville Ky for the purpose of erecting muintuining and operating a system of telephone service and telephone exchange for tho period of twenty years from the passage of this ordinance trwit May 9 1905 this grunt including tile right to the use of saul streets and alleys for erecting and maintaining all poles and wires required for said purpose either above or under ground By telephone service and telephone exchange is meant any and all methods of transmitting speech or written words by means of wire electricity or otherwise The above grant is upon the following conditions 1st All poles shall be erected un der the supervision of tho City Council 2d All poles shall be erected and maintained in rr vertical position und where necessary shall bo prop crly guyed for that purpose 3d rho service furnished shall bo good efficient and continuous 4th The service shall be furnished to any person desiring it nt anyplace within the city limits under the regular rules of the grantee re lative to care of instruments pay ment of rants etc 5th Telephone service shall be furnished to each and every sub scriber of the Owingsville exchange of the grantee to each nnd every point or place inBatli county where said grantee has a box or subscrib er and to each box nod subscriber of any exchange or private wire connected with any of the exchanges of the grantee in Bath county chargein VV SfV VS Name iz rStreet address tCityV State TV 1Probable destination CALIFORNIA I prices fixed in title ordinance 6th Work shall begin in goodIfaith upon the said telephone system within one month from ibis date nnd prose cuted to completion within six months unless prevented by net of God or unavoidable casualty 7th For this franchise thtre is hereby grunted to the city of Ow ingsville Ky one free telephone to be placed in the regular meeting place of the Cty Council said telephone to bo maintained by the said grantiu free of Ncoc t to said city during the term fur which this franchise is granted 8ib In consiiler tion of the Icrj vice us set out in section 7no hi ccnso fee or tiix shall be required of the grantee until 5 years after this date 9th Tho ruhtiniura prices which said grantee or itUIFigoll shall huve the right to charge for the use of instruments as set out in section 5 are ns follows Private residences except phy sicians per month 125 Physicians residences per month 1 50 Lawyers and other professiop hi ofUYe ptr month 1 50 Storehouses und all other pin ces per month 200 Payable quarterly in advance or as may be contracted I10th When this ordinance shall have been passed by the CityCoun ell signed hy the Mayor attested by the City Clerk nnd signed by the said company by Ben TWright President und published in THE OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK tbe same shall constitute said companys franchise and be the contract be tween the city f Owingsville Ky and said company 11th Said company agrees to pay nil bills for printing in regard to this franchise TilE SiiAuiSBURO hoME TELEPUONE Co by Ben T Wright Pres- IDE CITY OF OWINGSVILLE Ky By J J Lacy Mayor Attest Ford Patterson City C- lerkMEAT i hop We have purchased the meat shop of Markland Hendrix under Ow ingsville Banking Co and are there at all times to sell you fresh and cured meats of all kinds We kill none but firstclass beeves and our prices are very low MOORE WELLS Owingsville Ky AYITrains 22 and 23 carry Dining service Meals alacnrte TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT 271903 TIME OP TRAINS ATPRESTONSTATJON Eastbound- No 26I 954 a m No 22 1249 p m No 24 1005 P m Westbound- No 21 648 a m mOJNo J t it We have just got in a lot of the Kauflfman 4t Moyer4L t TbothAlso a line of Driving V 300nsIand RullaboutsV of the sanie make There JVare none made that rie4like these buggies and Vfor beauty style and service j they head the listltand see them Estill Uonakerjf Co Masonic Building 0YingsviHev Kentucky HonryV Wattersons Letters from Europe 11iwn be A Leading Feature of T- heGourier 1 lJournalD- uring19OSIV4 There will be many etherVattractive departmenteall going to make a complete newspaper J Mail Roteet j j Daily one year 6 hDaily and Sunday year 8 j Weekly i yearC- OURIERJOURNALCO L LOUISVILLE KYSVVS By n Special Arrangement you eaiget S The Outlook tUURnmifand The WEEKLY JOURNAL both one year for only S I1t11This is for cash subscription only All pubpcriptiooH under this VM combination otrer niust Ie sent H hroughTiJK OtTLOoKofl ye i