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Crouch Bold to Trumbo SREdegar three yearling horse colts I at i5each and one twoyear old forflOO I DrO W Conner the dentist uses OdoRtundcr and all approved ytraetioaThe corn crop appears fairly vigorous in growth though the stttjks are not stocky enough to y iupportaver3iargecargp + Cards are out announcing the I V celebration of the Tin WeddingVe A aversarofaptand iiWtfWoodVot Preston Thursday Au J gut3 MIsPickett t Meteajfe called a4 tiE office Thtmday and showed usher State teacherscertiacate5Whicda ntltles I lag in tho State I The Bath County Teachers In ho 8titutewlll begin Monda3 Augftm Every teacher a In the county is rcqulretirtcnittend fl1rof Willis of Lex ton will of ipaduct it and s PBK BYTERUK CRouReych7 B 4eachaofij preached atlheBresbyterianChutch HpBday night He lus bern em I Lto preach here reach first theJ k 1 uRaayn l In evh tuonth rtet ginning next SuidiJIght day I 5ch InttralRArom LoulsvhhIel teJlinglon fr tiiet ajiaying etiture and has 14 beeR dlFconttnued llieCluHtr y i Journals reach here now at 1 liS pIziwinBtead at 1046 a m OinciBnati Post cuntinnce to arrive i f it 715 a nnd the Leiington Utrald at 1045 a t A MIXED GaMEA mixed bio twll club from Salt Lfck camei in re th jjifcatedilub by 23to 13 ThV mixture in r each cate ebnsfsted of League sea i j pnd Juniprplayers The OwingB f ea e quite chesty qver4tjieeut i oe8Bciwouldat aiind tackling le Si f lt ladiaBs right now his POLICY PAID K July 3II9SMrareeIJDear youiI y 4 aeIVAtehiaon IIuttalbA siraaee t w 4J frt I JESSIK LEK ACHISOic i CBAKLES H ATCBISOV SETTIK M ATcaiBeif ti I zwLTieday nI1bot 930- y iiI s1ek SIte 1Inuul1tore of Dlr s iiIe red I te5b15k Ire Tktf rrt p rsoBS J i1 IWIIif Of 4piperd jrvMirt IB the Ifejfr is 42 Yeeti ugaiMt tjwpurUtioain ablaze p SiTksirs eagiso wi put to work jeS a4tberOwis laally put out Cautiom was Md iu keef4ag the dooniaatt wiado wa as raueb tAaaoMible to stop the draught throughtithere was ite Just under the- o r 4e1 tkioIiji4l ie iithaLortI b uild Tb1Ab1 boded JttenAheitMeCthMokofDanIel d FrtinutttlteItti la a i1 o Ibere Va 111Ok JOlt Ia a peel dace that burned I Ijjth4lI d JltIyoTb Hia of the ir is ic WR but it is aarttrtiia ichildres wV playing i th UJij e forJf 1111 plthdO pvIoa asis- abefis a I It cde headwa- yiV I X7iDaihlk Frataa8liad100 1ttheinstoek JW Bef r lasured to ThtregenI worked IagrOa t jr coifaBiiMi cad were almost cons sfe t taidiyatet Jg purposei It was teqJliCiythattlt ire WM exile 2 fuMleKaw qtaickly If the first fcuH4iBg had buraed likely the jiiMt of taeWeck would have tees eoedy r I I 2F P n 7tJt1 o4 Jt df1 t klP 1i t 7r JIo 0r rn 7qI ftr F r r tjl r PERSONA- Lt Beuboh Gudgoll is improving from IllllCBS liN Young was In Lexington last b week an business JohnRichards of Morelicnd B out Sunday hereCIMiss Jennie Elliott went last week visit relatives nt Soldier Clinrley Brotlier or Lexington vIsited homo folks SundaywrLittle Daisy Perkins loft Mont1 visit relatives at JuhinonJunctioti 8uithatwoekMis I Alexander of Yalo sited Henry Hopkins and wife th st week Clark Patterson of Mt Sterling yitiveacoEugenemashed Friday helping a polo j up Miss Viola Hnvensof Grunge Cit ity the guest of T J Jones and wife day last week Mrs Charles King of Carlisle ms 1 to be with her daugh 31rMr nnd Mrs Roy Patterson of Winchester arc visiting Mrs Balla Allen for some days Chapman Young and wlfo of Lou Isvlllo camo last week to visit JB Goodpuster and wife Tame M Hcflln Dndwrur1I1 M soSundnyMrs James K Emuions and two daughters left Monday by way of ilisboro to visit at Covingtoti i Mrs James M Ross and little N daughter Julia Gardner who havoU been quite sick are improving Eugene Minlhan of Lexington me afternoon to visit his islElnftneexcurelotitlu bound for Atlanta City N J son noMrsTuesday from a twoweeks visit to Vo relatives In Owen and Scott coun Ii oflrsof Louisville came Tucs y to visit JB Goodpaster and wire L T Byron diid family returnedar erdouth Mnmio seynnthe formers uncle John Olllon wife and J Ed buitRktll and three- ildren of Winchester came up th mlHunllunDr Boy Mclntire of Carlisle was guest of his brother Dr W O Iclutlro lrom Sunday until fuel gel afternoon jHenry Schwab went to Cincinnati st week to see hIs wife who Ilu I there and atlat fvJohnInuhlertown Tuesday Ni tersKatherlne Spott after n visit to of Henry Scott und wife returned t fCatlottsburg Monday I Mrs Bert Daniel and son AVilllfliilj atreqwoeksontromerycouity reRogerBritish Honduras catnelnat week th his brother Lieutrell who was shot iu Mt Sterling Sain CassFty of Jones Branclr Wednesday of lust week to visit sons at Hndley Danville rind other pointslnIndtnnua IiMliritSmutbers of Springfleld were guest John GIllou and wifoTnesday izLHdaughter Lorena of Peed Mason Vt 0S8tl Mr8 Wm Zimmermall sOn Mar- allus Bud Wesley and daughterJWEhnJo May of Oaa watamle came Monday afternoon to visit rolls bu Itrr8Eliaers of StoopsMontgomerycounty rleekandhisomocMrJinkN1xon whose husband the C A O agent and telegraph psratonirtEflterpnisej waat IIruea11dsl1ghterMaryMargaretofLextng oqcameThuradayof last to vlllf the formers parents Mr and Mra Henry Sowtt WniV6 BeeteVand wife of Mt Sterling were here Tuesday with oilwellrdrlllerCaspar Wyomingi IImittto relatives at Farmers for over tIuoet w ekswarberewzth relatives Fri- ayafternoonandSaturdaymornlng I Clare Y1ttor of Dallas Texas t Mined bl wife at A W Bascoma liut week JMrsivMollfe Young Mr ana Mrs WIKww were guests of J aadMIsBattIe Peters Saturday The foKowIbfr wlll ieaVpThursday to visit NeYorkCtland other pointein theE atMrsJohn Gil EBiuief Fratraah an wife Mrs 8 Shrout EH Goodbdsler an- cw1eMlsaL1lIianDaugterty E W Yountandwlre8K REPUBLICAN TicKxf The Republicans of Flemini county aJCet in convention and nominated f tItlcketT county officers as VJudgeJpS Swarts AssessorW W Val lace Jailer Mifti Annie Six Schobl Superintendent HWhlHngford JrCoroner A MEvans Surveyor D1T Hood Represelitativo UG Saunders haying declined the nom nation for Sheriff the executive committee as authorized to select a cfindldate for that office le Th + t t f js P 1 1 To all inquiries in regard to tobacco crop tie reply is indo thet is very spotted there being good nnd considerable inferior to a sceo- TOIIACCO MKNS M nrriuhiourley tobacco growers of Hath are requested to attend a meeting at Sharpsburg next Sutur day Aug 5 to organize as muni bers of the Burlcy Tobacco Grow e Co R F D CAnuiEU J Dee CorfO ner will be carrier und Jo Conner bstitute on tho new Owingsville I F D No2 route on the Mtl o Sterling pike toLancs school hoitecJ across to tile Stepetone pike nnijo back to this town OOB WHEAT CHOP The overage eld of wheat by weight for the unty will be about 7t bushel per re Little or none of it will grade a to No 2 In quantity andqultltC it is one of the poorest crops ever harvested in this county b LETTEUS Remain tHInt1905 Mr and Mrs Will i Roberts Mr and Mrs Robt B Royse Mr nnd Mrs John Cline Mrs Amo Glover Smnot liev PIJClay Mrs G M Hampton oii5Ste Jessie Hobgnod Robt Goocli rs- inna Han French Crouch Perrr ns calling lOT above letters y advertised J A BAUKEP P M inMcNAnVILsqsMr nb und Miss May Wilson were MderChester Snedegar nnd Miss Ituthtein IrneJi were attondunts daughter of Wm vWilBim ofth ar Odessa The bridegroom is u ot James IcNttb of nour Roy ldsvihle J hILre nice worthis ting people und nre wished n cm nuan e thru 2h life of tine joys the IioneyninoiiwTo GET PPUKICKEK Several citizens rendered desperate by the- ninability to secure domestic help e going to try to secure furdJU1 ofawe talk of trying t6 jounce a colony uf desirable foreigners to ttle hereabouts for the purpose ol ouning relinblt help for household othrr work A half dozen cit Jzens han ulroadv concluded to trhc e experiment JNo doubt both and women of u reliable fond 9triilU8 class of foreigners could secure positions at good wa I ROUBED CASU RsatsTiiii Onth Tbartenderood up and went to break Instuhen he returnea lie saw oji thelsh register the number 65 up ew he hud mad no sale of thnt a1ountn Ho fodnd money to the mount tl sixty to sixty five dollars goneft IItIItanin the saloon and rubbed tinfgister when the saloon was l IIJftrRtdelllc fldollarstried Monday and jipld over to Citeult Court under 500 bund son nf Alux Potycrb Ales has v ved here since lila youth and tint word Was ever alleged against hisO character for honesty and good t enhip 1LETTER rnou DOWSEIT DAi Co KLAJuIy 24 1905We have re best prospect fur crops we ever ad Corn was in roastingoursI uly 15 and will msk hels peracre Cotton is bloom z and hulling finely Broom b r kalflV corn and tulle maize are f loading Watermelons are getting pe and thro in plenty of them Everybdy is prCud of the crops all over the country and there is nothing to hinder them from being well pleased for it has raindal oat as wnll all eonS could wish alit hat fs all we need here for we have e soil There wilt be plenty ofn oney this rail Cotton and broouj u con are both tit a good price To get help tw gather the crops islatj we fear now There was plenty pfyilgnd Il1ldIn ut this year Ev n bird ere than couldcdne There s plenty of land to sell rent and ease We have a prospect of get lng two railroads too through the county in two years one to start pfiroughGoladcltho other one to start at Kingfisher and run west through Telogu Dewey Go through Day and Hcmpbill county Toxins to olorado The fine prospects fa crops and railroads have already caused people to opine in here arid buy and contest land and there will be plenty of it this fall Land iias already gone up and r would advise those that want land in Day couiity to get it ns soon as possible for It will soon be worth ad much as land in Eastern Okla homa I forgot to mention wheat it is making 10 to 25 bushels per ucfo Ithis will interest any one then o wanting land In western Oklahoma I will be glad to help him in air way to better his condition There is a general welcome to all Send tamp for Respectfully JM DOWNEr ci n Postmaster James A Humes has brag garden this year lie left 2 lb specimen cucumber from it- t this ntltcD to show what it is producing in thnt line CAUPENTKU HKLKASKD Samuel Jackson retirned from Iloklon W Va Thursdaynccompiinid uS MIl ion Carpenter tire authorities not finding any evidence on which to hold Carpenter for tine dentin of the Russian Gregory Spinier Carpenter Bnys ho and Spinier were together at tine furnace of the coal companys platit about twelve clock in the day Carpenter went ziy for Some piirjinpu and return d in u short time finding the hotly f Sphilcr in the furnace heiulforc most the feet three or four feet rom the door Cnrpenler called nother workman ntld the pulled the body out It was badly burned pin1tdforty dollars in money fell from the ody and a later search resulted in the lading of H pocketbook with mohtJbeinThe Coroners jury found no evidence against Carpenter hint tho Prosecuting Attorney hind Car enter watched W hen Carpenter me days later announced his in ritin of leaving the Attorney notified and Carpenter was ar sted lie was finully releasnl RICHEST nor SOT GICEATEST Miss Ida M M Tnrbell concludes tho August McCluree Magazine st character study of John D Rockcfellur After quoting what ark Uanniisuid of John B locke ller Money mad mud Kane every Oilier respect but monry ind she goes on to describe him us The impression he makes on who sees him for the lirst lime overwhelming Brought fiLe to face with Mr Rotkufeller marx ect tlly mud not knowing himthe riters imniediato thought wits This is the oldest wan in the world u living mummy But there i o sense of feebleness with tine sense of age indeed there is one terrific power The disease which in the lust three or four years hints swept Mr Rockefellers bead bare of hair stripped away even eyebrows and laches hns re vcaled all tine strength of his great Mr Rnckuffllcr ia a big mUll riot overtall hut large wltli powerful Bhouldcrifi und a neck like- tllll of n bull The head is wide deep ninth din proportionately high with curious Jl8 niiidb wore cors picu mu by e tightly drawn dry nuked ekin he interest of the Jig face lies in eyes trod mouth Eyes more eftil for a man of Mr f s practices coultl brardl RuckefelT ceivetthlly lire puiall and Intent R nd efeady und they are UK expre onless as a wull They see every ning and rrvealnothing It is nut shifty eyenot a cruel or leer one It is somothilnigvastly ore to be fearedri blank eye oking through und through things nd telling nothing of whit they nnthlwl But If the eyes say nothlngthe outh tells much Its former ask the full mustache Mr locke had always worn is now- ompletely gone Indeed the great lt lossMr Rockefeller sustained when Ills hair went was thatitrlt ealed his mouth It is only u eUa tine lips are quite Irftt ua if by- ternal grfnding together of tjie teeth teeth set uu something he vflulil have It is at once the ruelest feature rf his face thIs mouth the cruelest arid most pa tlietic fur the hard close s et line stunts downward at the corners giving u look of age anti sadness The downward droop id emphasized y deep vertical furrows running rom each side of his nose Mr Rockefeller may have matte himselfr the richeot man in tIne e has paid Nothinp but paying ever plows euch lines in a mans face ever sets his Jips to such u melancholy angle The big hcksare pulls bulg ing unpleasantly under the eyes nd tine skin which covers them hat curiously unpleasant pallor Itiu this pulflness this unclean flesh which repels us the thin slit of the mouth terrifies To the vhole face certain dietlnction is lent by tine nose which is small and fine rising lIke u thorn from between tine heavy chocks a nose whoso nostrils might vibrato wero not tne man so much the master df his features Altogether it is a strange and jowerltil head and one cannot look it and over forget it Ills a bead which has suggested many unpleaav ant comparisons and all of them with their savor of truthaU of them comprehensible Ono who knows what it cost to build Mr Rockefellers fortune understands why a man who bad done business with him shuddered when he locked at Mr Varians sketch and said An Indian witbatumahawkun Indian with a tomahawk Miss Tarbell turns to the other man the other side of Rockefeller There is she says probably 1notStates whoso private life is more completely concealed than is that of John D Rockefeller The club nevor sees him lie is almost never numbered with the banqueters at great celebrations He never ap pelteonthe platform when men of public importance gather to discuss public questions or stimulate to tic i tion in public causes His opinions d i 1 FOR Virginia Screened Lump and Pluto Cannel COAL ROSE RUN IRON CO OLYMPIA KY Bathroom Ready Sept i White Shoe Polish for PIIP The Palace Barber Shop Owingsville hate haircut ready have employed reliable John War nerand you cualnmers in j basement office we SALT LICK KY AUG171819 MEET ME AT THE BIG GA E REUNI 0N Better attractions than ever Speakirig by Paynter and Blackburn forces his will bfe largest pnion ever held QA Post at this place Order will be maintained byJ two county officers and good time is insured a- llSPEAIUNG WM A YOUNGCatjeliciate for t1e legislature uiiii address voters of flatij ctltt faiiooJsxM Preston schonlhouse Wednesday night August Fassett school house Thursday night August Licking Union school Friday ighnt AUgust Suit Lick Campbells Hll Saturday night White Oak lower school inquic Monday nightAug7 OklaschoolhouBe Tuesday nifcht Auguit Reynoldsvllle school house Wednesday night August Bethel schaolhouse Thursday night August 10 Little Flat schoolhouse Friday night August Sherburno Saturday evening August 12 Razors store mine Saturday night August 121 Speaking commence at lnco at 730 except at Sherburne which will ut oclock My opponent Hon WaIler Sharp urged present und take a division of Ladies are invited to be resent appointments on great issues are never quoted three homes ate nil tending oven to the point of being conspicuous Not only that they show him have no pleasure in noble architecture to appreciate nothing tho beauty of One lines and decorations There little doubt that Mr Rockefellers chief reason for play Ing golf Is that ho may live longer in order make more money He has two ambitions a lifelong inti mate o Mr Rockefeller once said To be very old and to be rich sixtysix years old now The daily on his great es tU tBls studiously simple Mr Rockefeller roguiates his household as he does his business Family and servants are trained to strictest economy There no gas burned than is needed no sary heating no wasteful providing There is nothing for display nothing squandered tho sense less American way to provo you are rich so rich you need not care On every hand there is frugality and carefulness And this frugality is certainly a welcome contrast to the wanton lavishness which on every side corrupts taste and do the sense of values Beyond his intimate personal circle nnd his church and charity associates she says Mr ftocke feller seems to have no social life SIfellerthe wail when it is possible He is not a great man she j concludes not a human man He i is a machine n money machine- is tine brat place in the city of S to get an uptO or shave Two firstclass 1 Barbers to wait on you at fall times We the old bootblack he is always wait on Wishing all old and new to give us a call the under hotel are E J PARKER the the by the a to as 2 3j house 4 August 8 tf 11 Ore to each l be 2 is to be time at those His unpre to of is to very Ho is life is more unneces of us strays reaty to stripped by his overwhelming pas sion of greed of every quality which makes n man worthy of citi zenship Ho has not made good He cannot mako good It is not in himMiss Tarbell apologizes for the brutality inherent in each a etud as this by stating tltatJlrnock efelleris not tho Only one of his kind lie is simply the typo preeminent in the public mind of the militant business man of the day From bankers down to street vendors we have in operation the code which he has worked out so per fectly and to which he has giver the sanction of piety And this code so repugnant to the sense of fair play and so demoralizing to intellectual honesty has worked its way into every activity of life until with a growing element of the countryBuccess Is the justification of any practice until no price is too great to pay for winning PUBLIC SALEOn account of ray health I will sell at Owingsville Ky County Court day August 14 1005 three heart of horses to th highest bidder No bybidding One 2yearold brown horse Hour bon Chief dam by Hinkston Boya trotter of noleThis colt is a high styled fellow and isu good actor for his handling will make n great combined show horse Onellyear 1old bay lilly by Rex Squirrel This filly nf fine Both are sound and riu blemishes One good buggy more If you want son- tiningfiuic attend this solo Du W K PHILLIPS NOW IS flu rIM4 1J io save ihohej oil BHgglr ilnfffeas 1 mayo nfttfeH arnc3 arid Mliaf at flies than anyJioiiao lit Eastern Kentucky Wfienyort htlytf lilbWLbKt crumb and eee tny Harness and I will Save ydu ntortey 1Everydne kndws that toy Ity 1niSmtddlcEUti tfrebes t rftffe fna jii1iitiy ride easier look bettor Etnl welfl tongef ihiffi itnjsaqtHo tiae6atfwhere Comb tnttl s efne arid I will save yottmttfrey 1 am yours for the ttesl Skfldfos Mid Hfn6ii37 4 EUGENE MINIHAN Owinpvilfe 2 Lidi J RACKET STOR814 UNDER BUle UNDER SELL FOR CASE h We NTlndritancw rogui8e3pt Tin Cups Sc- gah fin Bucket lOc gul Mason Jars doz 75a Rubbers for Jars dJt r No2 Lamp Chimney 5e Mens Work Shirts 40 2520c Comb and Brush Holders tin 5s gal Coffee Pots tin8eRaz-ors 08 SOc Calico yd za a5cTabloLinieuwhrltefofycoreet Gtf pt of1Ilenyrushes25llJlO5c10 5c bunches 6c Cloth Brushes 25151W Churns 857- 50lIalJdneHs251510w CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W HEFLIN TO WM ATGHISONS jLet e I Feeu S ta4I i N VILLEKY WhCli 4 n WSiro n livery team tbatis first j lass in every respect BKANDEW VEHICLES HORSES rl FRESH ANDFAT chison feeds your horses at reasonable f2 price sates made on commission All trains niet at Preston at low eKargeff WM ATCHISON LIVERYMAN i rOwtngsvillei WM it PEIh fio Jl Jr J f f r fBETHELKY ilDealer in Furniture Also Undrta1cei ffl i 1Fiineial Director and Embalmer iCalls promptly obeyed or night 4 ifr 5 Seasonable r Reasoria Goods at Low Pr1cer You are invited to call store that you may rinspect goods lower prices than any where else in town Come in and look We dont f j youinoi1eynakeLadles fl25 Oxford Shoo SOc Ladles 200 Shoo 141 Ladies 250 Shoe 108 Ladles lJ25Dou ola Sltoo SOc Indies 175 VIcl Kid I 23 Lathes 2W Vicl Kid Shoe 148 VIci Kid Shot 108 Mens 125 Plow Shoo DS Moms 175 Plow Shoe 124 Mens 200 Plqw Shoe 148 Mens 2 Viol Kid Shoe 1118 KY Get The Job Work of every kind an dsee samples and you will see we can do better work at lower prices than you can get The Outlook and Weeklj Gazette i year 140 The Outlook and dail Post one year for 385 2Sf tf Dross Shields lOiStL r Hair Combs 3 Tape Ash GO day I at our our and get Slioo Lnriles200 for Mains 3 00 Vicl Kid Shoes 243 Mens 1500 Suits 9Df Mens J25O Suits 7t t MenB 1000 Suits IiUS renB 7M Suits 491 Mens 5 00 Suits 3411 I Boys 160 Suits We J2Fl1oBoys 400 Long Pants SnltR 10 DOS 7CO Long Pouts Suits 4utJ tSJNO W MAEKLANDy jOWINGSYILLE 2S Outlooks price- seon elsewhere Commercial Louisville By n Special f4rrrnngothentyoucanget 4 The Outlook 1 SS1 rind The WEEKLY COURIER I lOVRNAL both one yenr for on f I 6O c 1 3 q i cr Ao 4 OWINGSVILIE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUD CO Publishers 4 OXVINOSVILLE KENTUCKT r SINGE brightnessTon p r lightnessThet Since thou since thou art none The rose has lost Its splendor Fond birds have ceased to sing- The stars faint luster render The year knows never Spring Since thou since thou art gone The heart bereft and weary Hath lost loves trackless gleam The days dawn lengthened dreary seemtt gone k Kathleen Kavanagh In N O Times Democrat A ROSE OF 1if NORMANDY wmux R A mteov t It CHAPTER IV COSTIHUKD I At last he found a leather cord tied e t L about the mans neck from which dan t7 ailed a bright gold object It proved to Be a small seal ring with a peculiar device engraven upon Ita surface Pompon carefully placed this aboutp his own neck then turning to the man again be seized him by the shoulders and dragged him to the floor- S i and along It till he reached the hearth He halted a moment and listened no I sound from above stairs the stertor ous breathing of his victim and the rustling of the leaves on the huge vine I 4 kabove the doorway outside were tha only sounds audible Once more pry- Ing I up the brick and pulling the Iron e1 ring he pressed down one end of the j stone and the empty cavity lay before i him and his prey With considerable difficulty he managed to get the mans I body into the hole beneath the stone kw He then stopped another moment In his work to look down upon his enemys form His revengeful medi 1 was soon Interrupted by the j Itound of shuffling footsteps descending iS the stair He must hasten complete his work and flee So after one snore J pushand muttering after 14 years I i be hastily swung the stone back Into L Place leaving tls enemy burled be neath It He replaced the brick sprln v j kled ashes around so as to obliterateI t tl traces of his work table and bench from the inner door F and was gone They bad ridden an hour or more in silence and the early streaks of the i Ay coming day were fast spreading over j the horizon Tontis thoughts stimu jS3 kated by the possession of so much i HE HALTED A MOMENT fe had crossed the seas and were ringing through the endless delightst i 1 and dangers of 1Iteln the new world Ct pompon leo was busy tasting the sweets of revenge tong deferred At len hbeEpOke to his companion Willie were gaining an entrance at the Inn I slipped away and St Visited a neighboring louse There I C a made Inquiries about oar innkeeper kind found that we were old acquaint Races How soT asked Tonti In some sur prise You remember I told you how Col A bert employed one of his creatures one Ferlol by name to wear to false accusation so that I could be Mat to the Bastille with at least a h Mowoljelkef Yes And ttJhiellowwlUl f grownjat1 4 whoseitHtikesouBoMlYifig death the dungeon and the 4aeya it was a merry meeting we ttwo old friends t TOntIfifled in spite of himself at the lrfaRwes of the mane voice l JnstantatenlfelatusltY delightful pleasure as of one who rolls rjc 4 soMe sareusorsellupoBhls tongue be fore w 15owlHg it A suspicion of J wbat fisight have happened after he v left FOJBPCB alofie with his Ionshated esPy crotscd his mind heasiefircbed hInt until I found the lIe orel rug that Identifies him That I teekter we way ted it a powerful aid hi eMe of aeedwaa the evasive repir t Aa wee tIatamquered ToniJ trlyI youJet CHAPTER V BKALSTf TH A FEAST ANO SHOWS g 12 HOW TONTI MKBT8 WITH BEAUTY t a AND THE BBA8T AND GETS A ilirxny FPU HIS PAINS The neat ioea found Tontl andP0811 4 Ien Hck ia their qaarters In ths1d iH Grave Peposonce and atlot clee Ithe Mrvant for fear of d4 ooferyly i 0e outsider coming te upes them M4d nly Tire table was set for three and the litee ot tiwir reeeatly acquired t wealth ess seen in the profuse ex peftdttHre fw Heal before them Tfct r tesefsfcbNhad been caned jatoretlaIUeeadtk owner there etePMwtUlHflWJe9 at the number twftlUy et O flIiMonter to tiBerwdIa g UTt bMJOO8I A pot ot tteaming illotatone dof the tablewbile down tha mld He tlihe bp Hl ereJlcettadlh of per l CMfcrt n a whole pcaatAJ great slices of kar a p1Mt uttii iessod with rlkJL tpe Wl tue BitfiQiWem Iri St ry n4 toi1t p jrqt delicacy ot ill i plateit ir Tdrbck it IIM d o i t Lbit t i 6 Jn I Iser fr4il Jif yjJ fIt 6 2 f lr 7Jl table six large bottles occupied the floor near t y representing the liquid portion of the feast Pcaipon was putting on the finish Ing touches whilst Tonti walked up and down impatiently as though wait ing for some one Corbleu something must have hap pened to delay him The soup will grow cold If he does not hurry he finally exclaimed going to the window and looking out A delay Is better than a disaster remarked Pompon sententiously But you are not as hungry as I mon ami Pardleu but the sight and smell of yon meal makes my eyes to weep and my mouth to watereHunger Is a sharp fierce dog Bet ter cross an angry man than a fasting man was the reply Remember though It Is 14 years since I have eaten a full meal A long time to wait surely cried La Salle as he entered the room illawarrant you my few minutes delay has seemed almost that long to my future lieutenant Is it not so mon cher Tonti 1 Welcome mon capltalne to tho abestbdishesing when we might bo eating BO seated and beginpSo saying an example by sitting down himself Soon the clatter of dishes and the sound of hearty mastication took the place of speech The bottles were opened antis the gluglu of the wine as It was poured was added to the sounds of the feast There was no dainty picking of food or dawdling away of time Every moment was made to count and finally when the oranges had disappeared and the last dish was emptiedc Tonti leaned back with a I fear a latecomer will find naught but bones he exclaimed as he glanced at the table then added as he opened foutThe first draught a man drinks to be for thirst the for Pleasure1faldthird goblet- A good moil is worth banging for was Pompons verdict From all of which It may safely be assumed that they were well content Success crowns our efforts so farisaid La Salle thoughtfully came to me at my lodgings In the Rue do la Trunnderle early this morning that his gracious majesty would gran me an audience In the royal bedcham ber Immediately after his levee I went and received my commission and here it Isi and as he spoke he pulled a dqcumcnt from his pocket Here you seethe beginning Louis by the grace of God king of France anil N8Ire to our dear and wellbeloveds Robert Caveller Sleur greeting It grants all I asked for and more too Listen And we direct tha Sleur Comte de Frontenac our governor and lieutenant and also eDtiehcsncaulice and finance and the officers of the supreme council of the aforesaid country to see to tho execution of theso presents for such is our pleas ure Given at Paris this eighteenths day of June tiG78nnd of stheWhat more could you desire cried Tonll striking tb1 table with his Iron hand and making the dishes rattle Money was the laconic reply Parbleu Pprapon we had forgot ten said Tonti In some confusion Where is the 20000 francs we prom ised our leader only yesterday Pompon who had carefully sepa rated that amount from their storeI handed La Salle a bag La Salle looked somewhat surprised but thanked them The king has promised me agoodly sum he continued The notary Simonet has loaned 4000 llvres the advocate Raoul 24000 Dumont 6000 my cousin Francois Plot In the Rue St Martin 11000 my brothers and other relatives have stripped them selves for me Now your 20000 added to some 14000 Comte de Frontenac Juts promised me on my return to Quebec will make up the neceSary sum So you see now why I said that success crownsmy efforts so far What else is needed asked Pom ponChielyacomlllllsion for our friend Toni replied La Salle I haVe spoken to Colbert about It twice and the king once The Prince de Conti has also spoken to the king so I have no fear of the result 1 shall take you tomorrow to a levee at the Palais You can then meet the king and I hope gain an audience with him You must plead for yourself if you find he hesitates Certalnement my tongue Isagood as my sword when It comes to defending myself smiled Tonti You must needs look your best too continued La Salle The king likes to have even halfsavage explor ers appearVell at court And he glanced complacently down at his own correct costume Besides who knows what feminine bright eyes a fresh feather or a new doublet might at tractDame What bright eyes could be attracted to a poor soldier of fortune like myself exclaimed Tonti soberly What the little sinners are after Is it husband with both rank and wealth They would have naught to do with one whose rank Is that of captain and whose chateaux and estates can be carried In one empty pocket Courage mon brave courage cried La Salle heartily There Is much hope for you yet Look at me What more am I than you What less titan I may be can you become Are we not both on a footing Be hold lassie and honor and riches for us both We return to France Ma ql1nsTontidiffer ence between us mon Capltalne you evidently have found the one I can see but the many La Salle seemed somewhat discos certed at the interpretation put upon his words by his friend He hesitated a moment before replying then look Ing earnestly at Tontl xcjalmed fCome mon cher lieutenant since vie arc to share our future fortunes let there be no secrets between us I have found the one Years ago I left my native city Rouep to enter the service of the church I became a novice In the Society of Jesus There organlzatlonIlsymbollzedtomints power But this same admin istration pf power caused my situation to become very galling to me I saw the manifestation of power but In the hands of others I was subservient to It not holding It within iny grasp I soon realized that to be moved not the mover to become the passive in sumadbat a part its infinitesimal part dfese treat Whole woui Inevltabiyfeicoiie isiblwable Sery vowiwert fc I jft cr l f i tiU ty v taken compelled though I would lit to surrender to them mv patrimony I withdrew from the society and joined my brother In Canada You have a brother there asked Tonti In a tone of surprise Yes the Abbe Jean Caveller a Sulpltlan priest Now during all my religious training I was taught to guard myself against the seductions of the female sex that women were but necessary evils Hero a plate fell from the hand of Pompon who was engaged in clearq Ing oft the table and lay In a hundred pieces on the floor CulstreS h thethe fragments I did not know the priests taught as much wisdom as thatLa Salle did not hear or at least did not heed the Interruption- My early training still clung to me until falling with a fever while on visit to Montreal I was nursed not by the nuns but at the home of the former governor and by his wife Such gentleness and tenderness I had never known save for a faroff remembrance of my mother who died when I was small child Then too her unselfish and steadfastness to her hus and who was a surly brute but who cared for her in his own peculiar way was a source of dally sur rise and admiration I took away her firm friendship when I left and also a nature changed in that particular The ground had beenclcarcd the soil prepared and it only wanted the eed to be dropped And while In Paris this time began Tonti The seed was sown was the reply Parbleu Good news this cried Tontl seizing his goblet Devil take If I do not envy your ability to- hoose To me each face is fairer each eye Is brighter and each waist a trifle more slender In every pretty woman I meet than the one before Ho spoke trijjy who said that a beauti ul woman was the hell of the soul t he purgatory of the puree and the paradise of the eyes But come raise up your cups In healt to the future shall I say Comtoase do la Salle Nay he would be hit a celflsh king who would reward your efforts so niggardly he will be forced to make you a due So then to the future duclesse La Salle raised his Iisnd deprecat ingly Not so fast mon ami not so last Mon Dicu you vlll have me married and a grandfather next Un fortunately she knows nothing of my devotion and I fear here bo lapsed into a lovers despondency would care little It is this hope of winning her that spurs me on in my labors To come back a bro and un riche is my desire Then can I offer her something worthy her deserts pistentlyIng with one foot on his chair and his goblet raised aloft motlrncd to his two friends to do likewise Kven Pom port seemed moved by bin infectious exuberance and be too responded a lbeit with an air of superior knowledge La Salle arose tho rltra of their drinkingcups met Her nanel crieda Tonti La Salle hesitated Not now he aid walt until we haVe left this land of France behind us her in the meantime as The Lily of Poltou The Lily of Poitou they all exclaimed In unison and a moment later three empty goblets stood together upon the table amid the remalts of the teastIAfter La Salles departure Tonti sat in his chair his feet spravllng out front of him meditating Dame f I do not begin to love that man he cried looking up I bave seen him but twice yet he somehow has reached out and gripped my heart nl readyRising with these words Tonti stretched his arms and yawned I must be off to get my new clothes In which to appear before his majesty now would a new baldric to support my sword with a design worked in silver and pearls on the front do And boots of One leather with orna mented tops pushed down to the ankle And a doublet of gray or brown a la mode with lace about the throat And a cloak of dark Venetian cloth And three curled feathers for the bat Instead of two Dame If I only look well enough I too may be moping around and telling you of the charms and graces of some fair un known Ha ha ha Keep quiet until my return you will not know the butterfly And giving a military salute he crowded down his hat upon his head and marched off with that swagger that only a soldier can learn und practice His errand took him rom shop to shop seeking what suited him until be was some distance from home At the last place he took oft his old gar ments and directed the ohopkeepers boy to take them back to his room and donning his new acquisitions he sallied forth for a stroll before return Ing to the Place de la Orevc TEe streets of Paris at this time were execrable no attempt beng made to keep them other than the receptacle for all tile accumulated filth and refuse from the houses that lined their sides The discomfort of the foot passengers was augmented by the puddles of wa ter that collected between the paving stones many of which had been removed Tonti had turned into a neighbor Ing street which was abominably paved and was engaged In gingerly picking his way so as to avoid both the dirt and water when he beheld a sedanchalr slowly approaching him The hearers were In livery and the chair was of so fine a make as to Indi cate that the owner was a person of rank and wealth fTc Be Continued Too Dnsr To Work The luJury of physical Inactivity appears to be fully appreciated in the south write Mr Bradford Torrey In In Natures Invitation and as an Illustration he tells of a walk he took near Miami Florida and of a conver sation he overheard- I was walking away from the city at a rather brisk pace one morning when I passed a lonesome shanty A white man sat upori the rude piazza and another man and a boy stood near It Are you going to work today asked the boy of the occupant of the piazza No was the answer quick and pithy It Why noU o1 aint got time I do not expect to hear the philosophy of indolence more succinctly und pointedly stated if I live a thousand yeans Her Mind Made Up Pa said Miss Strong I wish TU would stay in this evening Mr Tardey will want to speak to you So he has really proposed atlaSU No replied the daughter with an air of determination but be will to sifht Catholic Standard anet Times 4 V5 4 c rJff4yj 1 WELLS OF WATER OUR BIBLE STORY by theHighway and Byway Preacher A Vision Between the Lines of Gods hisplrsd Word lUopjrlgbt JI Edxn Scripture Authority Anil Isaac disced gain the wells vt wuter which tbiy had Jigged In the Cays if Abraham his fa ther for the Thill tines had stopped em niter the death of Abraham and he called their names ftcr the names by which hi father hail called thetnGen M18 Stead Gen W17K K L P SAAC gazed over tho surrounding land scope eagerly There was a famil iar look about it which carried him back through the years to tho time when tho flocks and herds of his father Abraham had pastured there It cannot be tar now to a well of good water he ex claimed the anx- Ious expression of his face giving place to one of relief That Is welcome news Indeed was the quick eager response of the marI standing at his side for the flocks herds are parched with thirst And Is the water which we brought with us all gone The man pointed to the empty water skins strapped on the backs of the asses browsing a short distance away a saidYes and If the Philistines had had their way you would not even have had that to succor you on the Journey And the face of Isaacs chief steward plainly showed the anger and resentment which he felt at the treatment his master bad received The day before Isaac had departed from the land of the Philistines being driven out by King Ablmelech He and his people had watched with Jealous eye the growing greatness and prosper- Ity of the son of Abraham The abundant harvestsfor Isaac had sowed and reaped a hundredfold on tho lands which he rented of Ablmelech and the Im mense nocks and herds and numerous company of servants aroused their envy and enmity and persecution In various forms even to the filling of the wells his father had dug had followed and finally Ablmelech had come and said that he could not longer dwell in the land The chief steward was indignant and urged that vigorous protest be made to such treatment and some of the serv ants were for open hostilities hut Isaacs acific nature would not consent to such and yielding peacefully to the injustice he hail quietly gathered all his substance and departed journeying far down the valley Late ou the after noon of the following day when the need for water was pressing they bad come to a region where years before Abraham had dwelt The familiar landscape was welcome sight to Isaacs eyes He knew that not far distant were wells which his father had dug and with a company of his servants he hurried for ward Yonder Is the place cried Isaac pointing to the white limestone curbing glistening In the sunlight In the distance The welcome sight of the wellcurbing and the promise of water revived their drooping spirits This would be the place to camp and rest Hero the flocks and herds could feed without molesta l ion And grateful memories of Father Abrahams diligence in sinking wells and seeking water wherever his flocks bad fed filled the heart of Isaac What a goodly heritage he hath left us In these wells he exclaimed Yes responded the chief steward warmly thy father though dead yea cfeaketh The wells which he dug a greater monument to his memory than nations conquered could have been Isaac nodded assent to the sincere tribute and while he hastened forward a flood of memories crowded in upon him He recalled the circumstances of the building of the well towards which they were hastening He remembered the answer which his father had a when told he was foolish for tUgging the well on land which was not his own But If I do not get the good of It he had said others will reap the blessing Anti now new sweetness and meaning came to the words spoken so many years beforeAlmost reverently he knelt upon the wells brink and looked in But instead of the shining surface of the water in the cool depths he saw almost up to the wells mouth the rock and dirt which had been thrown thereby some wfcked hand Instead of the cooling draught there was theevldence of the burning haterd of some toe With an exclamation of bitter disap pointment Isaac sprang to his feet How long must he continue to submit to such ruthless destruction and sore persecutionThe of the miserable Phllls tines mutter the chief steward his black and angry looks telling more plainly than words how he would like to punish them Better to die fighting for our rights than to die of thirst fiercely exclaimed 1enodsment that the others cherished the same angry feelings All eyes were turned on Isaac They saw that a fierce struggle was going on In his heart He looked first at the choked well and then at the ngry faces of his followers He knew what they wanted him to do He knew what the natural resentment of his own heart prompted him to do Had pa tience ceased to be a virtue Was i foolish longer to submit to injustice Did he not have a right to the wens which he and his father had dug Must he continue to be a wanderer In the land which God had promised to give to Abaham and to his seed Was It not time that he gained and held possession of the land by force These were the questions which rose in his But In the midst of the bitter thoughts and the sore temptation another current of thought set in and instead of soughttostory his father had so often told him of Lots choice Of how his father had sub mitted to a seeming injustice rather than quarrel for his rights and how God had Messed him He remembered Opium in the Philippines The United States opium commis sion appointed some months ago to in vestlgate the opium question in the Philippine Islands recommends that the entire tramc in the Philippines be tioperatedcommission further recommends that ImportatIonprohibited with the exception of that required for toadies purposes The re fOrt is considered a victory for the y J IiI L r his fathers words repeated over and over again The Lord hath spoken good concerning thee and thy seed Only be patient my son and wait In faith on Him And then he recalled the vision he had had while yet In Ger ar and how the Lord had spoken unto him saying Unto thee and unto thy seed I will give all these countries and I will per form the oath which I sware unto Abra ham thy father and I will make thy seed to multiply as the stars of heaven and will give unto thy seed all these countries and in thy seed shall all the nations of the earth be blessed be cause that Abraham obeyed My voice dandments My statutes and My laws The fierce spirit within him smoldered and died away In the face of Gods promises In the Ught of his fathers ex ample he could watt He would not right his own wrongs He would wait on God And thus did faith again win the victory and preserve as a heritage to his seed the blessings promised of God Quietly facing his followers who were still burning for revenge besaldsLet us restore the well as Abraham our father left itMy master interposed the chief steward pardon I pray thee my bold ness but of what use will It be to redig the well seeing that the Philistines will surely come and rob thee of thy re ward We must leave that with God Out duty Is to restore the well to Its refresh Ing ministry Isaac replied with firm but gentle voice The chief steward accepted the situation with as good grace as possible and soon had the men busy removing the dirt and rock with which the well was choked And while the work went on Isaac turned back to meet the main company of his people Didst thou find water was the firs t anxious Inquiry of Rcbekah We have found the well which my father dug but It has been filled up and we could get no water But the men are busy cleaning out the dirt and rock and there will be an abundance of water when the work Is finished- A relieved look came into the woman face and she said with a sigh I wish we might remain here in wanderingItNay rather it seems as the Philis tines will was the Impatient response flPYIngAn anxious look came Into the tao of Isaac but his only reply was God has promised us the land and will make a place for us somewhere where we may live at peace Further conversation was Interrupted by arrival at the well and tho preparIngof the dirt and rock had been removed to obtain a scant supply of water and with the promise of an abundanco as soon as the wok was completed In the morning the camp settled down for the night while the flocks and herds spread out over the valley and browsed under the watchful eyes of the hcrdmen Thus the night passed uneventfully and tho next day the work on the well was completed and flocks and herds rid people settled down contentcdlyfn the spot hoping to be left In peaceful possession On the morning of the third day Isaac was aroused by angry voices and the sound of violent conflict He caught the words The water Is ours Rushing from the tent he found his hcrdmen engaged in fierce conflict with some Philistine hcrdmen who had come thither with their flocks and had taken possession of the well The struggle was sharp but short the Philistines being worsted In the fight and when Isaac came up he found hi S men preparing to drive the strangers and their flocks away Nay my sons spoke up Isaac treat not thine enemies so Draw water that their flocks may drink None shall come to a well of Abraham and turn thirsty away Well Its our water doggedly muttered the Philistines as they watched their thirsty flocks drinkIWe will not suffer strife over Its possession spoke up Isaac Take it and the Lord reward thee according to thy deserts And again that day found Isaac mov- Ing down the valley where he again digged a well and found water And there he rested in peace and contentment until the Philistines jealous of Ills prosperity again disputed with his herdmen for the possession of the splendid welf And so he removed from thence and digged still another well and as the days came and went and no troublesome Philistine appeared to claim the new found water supply Isaac called his people together and after the feasting and merrymak- Ing he said We shall call the new well Reho both for the Lord hath made room for us as we declared lie would and we shall be fruitful in the land And that night Rebekah exclaimed as she placed her arm jibout his shoulderIt indeed better to come hith er than to dwell in the midst of strife God hath rewarded thee for thy pa tience Yea the Lord gives wells of water in abundance to them that trust Him Wine Importations Friends of temperance will be glad to read that America has not increased the Importations of wines substantially dur- Ing the last 15 years In 1890 wines showed a total importation of 10000 000 and this figure Is but slightly exceeded by the total for 1904 when the value of the Imports was 10324432 But on the other hand It is to be regretted that the production of wine in the United States has increased meantime from 24000000 gallons in 1890 to 385 OOOO in 1904 Surely Ihis country is far enough along In the scale of civilization to dispense with its wine list N Y Observer Submarines Tiny Guardians Three white mice are In each subma rlne boat and are entered on the payroll of the fleet These little creatures detectan escape of gasoline more quick ly than human beings do and by their squeals and efforts to escape draw attention to the fact that something is amiss These tiny but important members of the crew of A8 went down with that unfortunate vessel London Graphic missionaries and it is to be hoped that the government control of the traffic really means what the report seems to Imply that traffic in opium is to be limited to its use for purely medicinal purposes and not to create a government business in the drug Belief to GoldBrick Men Prof Wilder of Cornell denies that he has ever said the time was coming when man would be all brain This will restore confidence among the get rlchqulck operators L i It iy M i T T f Tr YElLOW SCOURGE TwentySeven New Cases in New Orleans Sunday 7 thea Source of Encouragement Show j Ing the Spread II Becoming Slower and Slower New Orleans July flNew cases reported up total 27 Total cases to ate 203 deaths Sunday three Deaths to date 67 New foci 4 Total foci 41 Though it was Sunday the work of sanitation fumigation oiling and screening went on Just the sanme and will continue daily until the city has been thoroughly screened and made mosquito proof The record for Sun Jay sMows little change from that of Saturday except in tho reduction of the number of deaths The number of ew foci Is also again a source of en couragement showing that the spread Is becoming slower and slower A new complication was discovered tx hen Supt Curran of tho New Orleans and Northwestern railroad an nounced that two passengers who hud remained the required length of time In the Slldell detention camp and sought admission Into Mississippi had been turned back If the Mississippi health authorities now refuse admission to holders of certificates of detention Is sued by the marine hospital service It will result In the government abandoning those camps and travelers will have to either stay here or go to points In the north and cast and spend ten days before they can return to Mississippi A BOLT OF LIGHTNING Six oJureciNew York July 31 During iethunderstorm of terrific Intensity which passed over New York six per sons were struck by lightning and hilled and nine were seriously injured at the Parkway baths Coney Island At the same time one man was killed and three others were prostrated at Gravesend beach The Intense hoot of the morning at tracted a great multitude to the shore resorts and late in the afternoon when the storm Mew up from the westward the Parkway beach was thronged with bathers and spectators The rain descended in torrents and hundreds of men women and children sought shelter under the big bath house which Is elevated above the sand on piles The lightning was Incessant and terrific thunder claps spook the bath house to the terror of the crowd huddled to gether beneath It A few minutes before 5 oclock a holt of lightning struck the flag staff and grounded in the very thickest of the crowd Nearly 50 per sons were prostrated STANDS BY JAPAN Mikados Peace Terms Will Have tha Sympathetic Approval of Britons Washington July 31Japan comes to the Washington conference assured that whatever her peace terms they will have the sympathetic approval of Great Britain Several suggestions from Washington to London that tho cause of peace would be served by an explanation to Japan from her ally fa voring moderation in her demands upon Russia have not availed to change the British government in its apparently inalterable determination to stand by Japan however severe she makes her conditions of peace nor has the British government seen Its way clear to assistance to Wash- Ington In the efforts which this government is making to obtain an armistice Advices reaching here show that London is opposed to an armistice until Japan has been satisfied that Russia plenipotentiaries are prepared to di sect more than discuss means of end- Ing the war THE SECRETARY OF WARS Sunday Morning Was Spent Quietly at Kioto Japan Kioto July 31 Secretary of Wai Taft and his party spent Sunday morning quietly Sbme of the men bers of the party attended church while others visited the temples When the party left In the afternoon on a special train for Kobe there was- another remarkable demonstration At the station a great crowd awaited Sea retary Taft and Miss Roosevelt and began cheering when their carriage arrived the ovation continuing until the train started The band played the national anthem and Auld Lang Syne as the train pulled away from the station Secretary Wilson Will Not Resign Washington July 31 Secretary Wilson of the department of agricul ture characterized as wholly without foundation the story that he will resign from the cabinet because of the exposures of the cotton leak To Visit College Friends New York July 31Baron Komura Japanese peace plenipotentiary and Baron Kaneko the Japanese financial agent both of whom are Harvard graduates went to Peeks kill where they visited some friends of their eel lege days The Offer Rejected Basle Switzerland July 31By an overwhelming majority the Zionist congress decided not to accept the of tel ot Great Britain of a tract of land In East Africa for the formation of a Zionist colony Discontent Among Reservists 8U Petersburg July 31The No voe Vromya publishes a report from Khcrsu that there Is great discontent among the reservists in Manchuria at the distress inflicted on their fami lies because of the negligence of the authorities MaJ Gen George M Randall St Louis July 31MajOen Geo M Randal arrived from San Francicco to take charge of the northern division of the United States army with head quarters in St Louis He succeed Brig Gen Geo Wlnt Ho Reduced the Record1 Cape May N J July 31Befag of ficially timed by Sam Butler secrer tary of the Automobile Club of Amer- Ica Walter Christie In his 120horso power automobile reduced the Atntr lean kilometer record by making the time in 25 seconds flat Stops Bastball Games Vicksburg Miss July 31 Becauso of quarantine restrictions the Cotton States League of baseball clubs has practically suspended The Vicksburg Miss association His disband ed the team and others will follow y5 j ri P4 s r IiEIn1IONfJANDDEBIVATIOR The purification agate was namea for the river Achates in Sicily where It was first found A brochure Is a small book stitched not bound named from the French brocher to stitch Bylaw owes the first part of itself o the word bye the old Danish word or town burg or burgh The word amateur originally French from tho Latin amator a lover means a lover of any particular art it not a professional follower of it The American word boss for mas er ii the modern form of the Dutch baaV of the same meaning It Is de cended from the original Dutch settlers of New York The word billion In England and the colonies means a million millions In France and on the continent as well- sa In the United States It means a thou sand millions b beautifullackblack sulphurt ofmercury As calomel Is a white powder the name Is merely a Jocular misnomer now The word Boer applied to the Dutch Inhabitants of the country districts of the Cape of Good Hope Is the German for farmer and agriculturist The Eng lish word boor had the same origin The word beverage has had many changes in orthography It Is found spelled blberedge beverege and beverldge It comes from the Italian bevere to drink but more remotely from the Latin Strike Out for Himself MackI understand the count is go- ngI into business for himself Wyld Yes he has decided to die pense with matrimonial encts Judge Our Expressive Language- Dr Hlghpricc do you take anything ff for cash 1 Yes madam anything What did you wish taken off your finger or you- rarTown Topics t NO MORE HEADACHE GENERAL WEAKNESS AND PETER DISAPPEAR TOO now n Woman Was Freed from Trouble That hail Mod Life Wretched for Many Tears The immediate causes of headaches vary but most of them come from poor or poisoned blood lu autciuia the blood bnpcrfectlywhIch they express their weakness In colds the blood absorbs poison from the mucous surfaces and the poison irritates the nerves aud produces pain In Then poisonillindigestion tho gases front the impure matter kept in the system affect the blood in the same way The ordinary headachecuree a best give only temporary relief They deaden the pain but do not drive the poison out of the blood Dr Williams Pink Pills on tho contrary thoroughly renew the blood awl tho pain disappears persia nently Women in particular have found these pills nu unfailing relief in head aches caused by autcmin DrWilliamsof good I bad headache nearly all the time After I had taken three boxes of these pills I became entirely well How long had you suffered 1 she was II nskedIcame on by slow degrees I had been yearsDidIwas very weak and sometimes ILad atIlecrededythatcured you I II I saw in a southern newspaper a statement of some person who was cured of n like trouble by Dr Williams PirJc Fills My physician hadnt done me any pillsAfterbetter that I kept on until I became en tirely well LeanderLouisianasold by all druggists Besides headache uaprostrationmatism SICK HEADACHE IARTERSIflLE IVER PILLS I They also relieve Din tress from Djspepsta Indigestion and Too Eating A rem In the Houta Cbated Tongue Pain In the side LIVES Ta regulate the Dowesue1Vegetable SlWL SIWL liSt SIlL PICE 1ARTERsI PILLS Hearty perfect TORPID PILL Gemini Must Bear FacSimile Signaturt REFUSE 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widows UOTI reeora or too iujai oaers wrrrr nn Cr 0 OSlo teen 5earsreuee Laand edvice yfl5g COUIIK 505 43 ClI Si tucislir 0 IiBkatCough5jiiipIn lime iel hi droritL AN Ki ii088 z a1tIr4rn I When yon CR st a loss to know what to serve for luncheon dinner or sapper when you crave something bothsppetiriar sad satifvtC try Food Productsonce ttd you wlfl always hey a supply on hand Ox Tongues Chill Con Catne Vezi1 Loaf flrfsket Be f bHam Loaf Soupsbh theeCfD Libby McNeIII Libby Chicago 4 iyd si a e 4 1 n4t4w hr 4 l t 1l f ri to a RELATED OF JtOYALTTI King Leopold will leave a fortune of 110000000 most of which will go to the Belgian people for works of public util ity He regards his daughters as Lear I came to regard Itcgan and Goneril The daughters will get about 1 40000 each r Early in his reign Czar Nicholas caught a bad head cold and asked a humble subject how this annoying all sient could be cured The advice given I was that the imperial nose should be anointed at night with tallow from a common candle Years rolled on and one day by a mere accident the czar had chance of looking through a book household expenditures and was 1 1Lhe to find he had been charged for of tallow candles every night that the German crown prince 11has been Sajrrled court gossips in Eup urope are iutjndering who is likely to be i itle bride of Prince Eltel the kaisers Recond son The general view Is that f It will be Princess Eva of Battenberg with whom ho was much smitten during a recent visit to England Princess Eva Is quite a pretty girl just past 17 years o old Who was brought up in the simplest manner possible It Is expected that ebb will inherit largely from her god mother exEmpress Eugenle The duke of Connaught Prince Ar thur of Great Britain who has Justen teredupon his fiftysixth year was the godson of the duke of Wellington and was taught to have great reverence for the old gentleman One of the little lioys first efforts at drawing It is said vas a picture representlngthe duke and t 1NapoleotLcngaging in a pistol duel at t My dear young 4prince said the duke when shown this youthful production remember that though I fought Bonaparte I could never AlIeehim without the help of a telescope King Alfonsos visit to London 4 several stories were told of how he at I times shocks the Spanish dons with wild escapades All these anecdotes apocry s phal or otherwise helped his popularity with the British public showing as they did that lila 19yearold majesty is a ie real boy and not altogether a royal milk sop He rides reckless races with young officers rings up the guard unexpectedly 7 from mere motives cf mischief and gen erally plays the same pranks as other4 lads of his age Among his own subjects of the rank and file these pranks do him good for even the Spaniard likes to think that his sovereign can do some 4 thing human and unceremonious J PERSONAL PARTICULARS The family of the late Gen Gomez r has presented the jeweled sword he re ceived from an American to the Na tional museum of Havana u The Vale Mary A Livermore was once called the Daniel Webster of American women because of her ma va jestic mien solidity of character Doric 4 Implicit of thought and weight of utterance f Mlflifeeeaie Bain who lives on a farm nearjWtitham N Y has been appoint 4a- aaVrerseer of highways in herdls ttI tMlss Bats declares she will see k thtcthwork is well done She in tends to have the best section ot road I in 1Ie township Miss Helen Buck president of the 4graduating class at Mount Holyoke col lege probably is the greatest woman S athlete in the world but in attaining that distinction has sacrificed none of 4 her studies A famous university train er says that with scientific instruction II Miss Buck would prove a worthy rival of omo of the best male athletes a Harold A Loring of Portland Me lies received an appointment from the secretary of the interior as supervisor of native Indian music Mr LoPIng hast passed some time among the Sioux In diane of the Rosebud Indian reservation In South Dakota becoming much inter ested in the Indians aid their music His new duties will take him among the various reservations of the Indians in thewest Mrs Frederick Ferris Thompson of New York Is an unknown woman in a public sense that is to say who is doing f handsome things with her money with out the embarrassment of conditions s sShehas erected a physical culture build j ing for the Teachers college In New York costing 350000 A library build Ing which she gave Vassar took 500000 I and a college chapel building for WiI4 llama college costing 400000 will be dedicated in a few days SMusic as Medicine bPlacethe tips of the first uecond and i third fingers of your right hand on the artery that runs along the rosin bone of t your left antf where the doctor usually scels ygutDtu1e and sing a tune the time of which is the same as the rhythm 6 of your pulse the last time tried this on myself the first four or five pulsa tions Ilell instantly suggested March It 1On Chris iah Soldier then change jbruPtly to a slow tune say My auntry Tin of Thee rendered andante vrelfgioso and lastly burst into the the j liveliest Yank Doodle you can aing f t and If you carefully observe your picas t tJat the end of each performance youd i notice that the action of your h art hat f 4 1 been affected in Every case by the tempo a of the music you have sung PhlladeK I phla Inquirer I i = EVER TREAT Y6U SO- l 4 Coffee Acts the Jonah and Will c Come Up I t A t A clergyman who pursues his noble i calling in a country parish in Iowa t r tells ot his coffee expe ence X My wife and Iused coffee regu r larly for breakfast frequently for Din i erand occasfoaally for suPper 1- ut ways the very best quality package T lp tkcOfree never could find a place on out f Vin the spring of 1896 my wife waa c taken with vjoleit V 1ltJnghlch we had great dUlcultrlR J7 It seemed to cdme fcromcoflfee drink tl l gbut we could p la the following July fcewererBBi wa3 attacked a second time by the 1 vomiting I was away freaa home i JlllBg an appointment at the time and S OB return I found her very low Ai she hid literally vomited herself al most to death and it took some days I ioJr to quiet the trouble and restore her stomach t I bad also xperienced the sani I trouble kutB tsovlolentlyand bAd relieved It each tiMe1 by a resort to 1J1edl ell l But ttorff s Ascend attack satis lied Xt Ibe use of cofe az at tbeW tftrtrollblesaadS wet y r r i Iforthwltk wd took on A pfcM fltfdj Coffee The ploy symjH j foils of dbsease disappeared lEd dur j l 1 rllC the 9 years that we have bees J P wiBg Pwlum Instead of coree we AfcY mever had a recurrence otthe V 1 wwitiBg We Beyer weary of poe 5 1 Vi te which we knew we owe our L d feealtb This Is a simple state met f facts Name given by Pos f t rc m Company Battle Cre kMlch Ij il Read the little book The Road to aIlkS X I iP UJ Jt t tA I lr tff i wJTt rr f16 fr1 r I fi l t tih O 1t 1q1o STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST I THE STATE GUARDS I All Arrangements For Their Encampment Completed Frankfort Ky July 27All ar rangements have been completed In the department of the adjutant general for the annual camp of instruction of the state guard to be held at Padu- cah beginning on August 7 The SRC ond regiment will go Into camp first it will be followed by the First or Lou Isrlllc regiment and then by the Third regiment The camp will close on September 2 TJio troops will be reviewed by GOY Beckham on which review days he will be accompanied by tho members of his official staffI The review day of tho Second regl ment has been fixed for August 11 The governor will visit the camp again on August 24 to review the First regl ment troops and will remain in the camp until the 28th to review the Third regiment WOLFE COUNTYS RECORD Seven Murders Were Committed In Six Weeks LeelClty Ky July 28Gco Banks shot and Instantly killed Newton Taul bee his half brother on Lacy creek Some months ago Taulbco was held up on the county road In daylight and robbed of over 10Q by Gcorgo Banks and his sister Queen Banks Taulbee at the last May term of the Wolfe circuit court obtained an Indictment against Banks and since that time the latter bad been In seclusion for fear of arrest Taulbee was 36 years old and marI ned and leaves a wife and several children Banks is 27 years of age unmarried This makes the seventh man killed in Wolfe county in the past six weeks ARRESTED AND FINEDI Hf Kissed His Girl Too Much To Suit the Neighbors Louisville Ky July 29 Michael Callahan who lives at 625 Seventh street has a sweetheart and he loves her dearly He was congratulated by the neighbors but when he showed them how affectionate he could be by kissing and embracing the girl In the backyard In the sight of all they caus ed his arrest on the charge of disor deny conduct In tho police court a number of the neighbors testified against Callahan They said that his public exhibition of kissing and hugging the girl waa shocking to their finer senses Some one said tb taU the world loves a lover but a lover of Callihans caliber did not appeal to Judge JkfcCann and he assessed a fine of 310 TO PREVENT YELLOW FEVER The Kentucky State Board of Health Decides Not To Quarantine Louisville Ky July 29The Ken tucky state board of health has decid ed not to establish a quarantine against southern cities In the yellow fever zone until the situation becomes more serious The boa communi cated with the officials of the Illinois Central Louisville 41 Nashville and Queen Crescent railways and it was decided that the state regulations re garding the cleansing of passenger cars with formaldehyde Is a sufficient precaution FATHERINLAWS DISCIPLINE Filled His SonlnLava Head and lack With Shot Vanceburg Ky July 29June Hunter a young man was shot in the back by his fatherinlaw John Gattis here Hunters back and head were filled with shot About 100 have been taken put His condition is notcritical how ever Gattjs escaped The trouble grew out of Hunters wife attending a hop against his wishes The McElroy Farm Sold Springfield Ky July 28Robert McElrpy has sold his fine farm to his brother Yarrett McElroy for 25000 The farm consists of between tour and five hundred acres and Is one of the finest farms In the county Peter Browning In the Hospital Louisville July jSlt is feared Pete Browning aysare numbered The famous JalTplayer has gone to the cltyb alto be treated for an ab In1rKentucky Woman injured Cincinnati July 29Mrs Minnie Briar colored Lexington Ky who has been visiting near Lockland was prob ayZta13y injured when the floor of anouthousesTatfdJp She waS uncon scious when taken ouC A Free Site Tendered Owensboro Ky July 29 The Homestead Land Co has formally ten dered to the board of education of the Methodist Episcopal church as a slte for the proposed college a tract of land west of this city containing some thing over 50 acres Bought His Interest Lexington Ky July 29Thomas B knervlCeK7tershalfl Interest in the tenyearold stallion Handsel for 5000 and hefls now the sole property ot Jones Took Don of Morphine Newport Ky July ZSrOllIe Crawford 22 whose home is at Wheeling W VavbHt who has resided at 22S West Fifth street forieveral months took an overdose of morphine with sul cidal Intent at her rooms She will recOVer Secretly Married Newport Ky July 29The announcement was just made that Dr Virgil Barker of this city was mar tied several months ago to Miss Florence E Spahr cf Indianapolis The wedding took place at St Louis Killed By a Fly Wheel Covlngton Ky July 28Newj was received here that William Shoemaker who vas Korking at a sawmill on SUlIwater creek this county while trying to throw the belt off the band wheel was caught in the wheel and ground to pieces- Prominent Attorney Expire Willlainstowh Ky Juy 2gC H Harrison a prominent attorney of the Grant county bar died at his bQme In this city He was a charter member of Wllliamstown odge Knights of Py JLklav uid was burled by that order 5 i I ti i Jrt 1Ittc i t i4 I I BRAIN EXPOSED One of the Most Sensational Surgical Operations on Record Louisville Ky July 27Peter Zan olarl the Italian whose skull was crushed In an elevator accident at the new Seelbach hotel July 20 has fur nished the medical world with one of the most sensational surgical cases on record Parts of me temporal parie tal and sphenoid bones were so frac lured that the removal of the broken pieces left an opening six inches In diameter through which his brain was exposed He was taken to the Uni versity hospital where he was on the operating table two hours He refused to take an anaesthetic and re tamed consciousness during the whole perlod One of the mos extraordinary features of the case from a medical standpoint Is that his temperature has never risen above 100 and he has suf fared no pain While the operation was In progress he said he was not suffering but asked for a drink of water The broken portions of the bones have been stitched together and re placed beneath the scalp under the skillful direction of Dr Simrall An derson Zanolart continues to Improve and his recovery is now assured RELIGIOUS FAITH It Did Npt Prevent a Minister and a Jewess From Marrying Louisville Ky July 28The mar riage of Rev John E All a Baptist minister and Miss May Lilienthal a member of a prominent Jewish family Louisville has just come to light although It was solemnized more than a week ago The couple were mar rled on the evening of July 19 by Rev Arch C Crce at the latter s residence at 23d and Jefferson streets They remained In Louisville for a week vis Itlng relatives and left for Asheville N C where they will spend their honeymoonLater will visit Mr Alls parents at Allensville S C Mr All who Is a native of South Carolina has been attending the Baptist seminary here for two years and met his bride while he was a student They becamp fast friends and soon became sweethearts At first the families ot both Mr All and Miss Lilienthal demurred because of the difference in religion but this obstacle was overcome REVENUE AGENTS SUITS Inspector Hines Appointed To Look After Them Frankfort Ky July 28State Au dltor Hager designated Inspector Hines to look afjter for the common wealth alt suits in county courts which were instituted by A M Harri son of Lexington the deposed revenue agent seeking to recover taxes on omitted property assessments Such suits are pending in a dozen counties of the state and Hines through local counsel in each instance will prose cute them to judgment Uncle of Curtis Jett Dead Bristol Tenn July 29Stephenson Jett proprietor of the Hotel Kentucky at Elizabethtown Tcnn after having left an early call In order to go on a picnic excursion was found dead in bed Heart failure Is supposed to have been the cause of his death Mr Jell came to Tennessee from Breathitt county Ky He was an uncle of Curtis Jett who received a life sentence in connection with the Breathitt coun ty feuds Col Hindmans Narrow Escape Louisville Ky July 27Col BIscoo Hindman of the First Kentucky regi ment narrowly escaped death in a collision between his automobile and a street car By miscalculating his speed he crossed in front of a Broadway car and his machine was struck Just as the front wheels cleared the track and was completely wrecked Will Bore For Oil Bowling Green Ky July 28flep resentatives of the Greensbursr Oil Co of Greensburg Pa are here leasing land near the city They expect to begin boring for oil at once and have selected a region In which natural gas was struck some years ago A New Coat Company Mlddleburg Ky Juy28Tbe Ma honing Coal Co has Just been incor pointed at Parkers Lake Pulaski county with a capital stock of 1 50000 Lorvlna Davidson M A Brsklne and M A Ersklne all of Lowellsvllle 0 are the incorporators Union Depot For Winchester Paris Ky July 27 According to Information received by the Winches ter Commercial club the L 41 N and C fc O roads will erect a 16000 union passenger station in Winches ter early this tall- Kentucky Refining Co Louisville Ky July 29The Ken tucky Refining Co of Louisville of which E H Ferguson Is president has secured control of practically the en tire oil refining business of the south by absorbing the Southern Oil Co antI the American OH CoIWill Visit Cincinnati Frankfort Ky July 29The Frankfort Business Mens club has decided to visit Cincinnati on Wednesday Sell tember 6 to repay the visit made by thb Cincinnati Business Mens club to Frankfort some weeks ago For Final Decision Frankfort Ky July 28ln the count of ballots in the LucasBridges contest for jailer the counter Hobbs Taylor gave three majority to Bridges and tbe matter wiilnow go before the democratic committee for final decision Succumbed To Paralysis Stithton Ky July 28W B Jones one of the bestknown and most respected citizens of this community is dead of paralysis after a long Illness Mr Jones was 57 years old He leaves a widow two daughters and two sons The Line Being Extended Middleburg Ky July 27The K I T railroad which connects with the Cincinnati Southern at Stearns Is being extended from Bartells to Rock Creek in Wayne county tad will tap one of the richest sections of Southern Kentucky HatMayfield Bu trum was killed here In a horrible manner While loading a sawlor a prop slipped and threw him under the log and his head was mashed off leav lug his brains in his hat f S hJ+ nt J r 1IrI Ai t RICH IN HISTORIC LEGEND Town of New Mexico That Was Founded by Spaniards in Seven teenth Century The recent destruction of Tome N M by flood waters from the Rio Grande river removes one of the quaintest and most historic places In the southwest says the Kansas City Times At the time of Its obliteration a few days ago Tome had a population of about 600 Every house in the town was swept away and what was formerly the main street is now the new channel of the ere ratic river No lives were lost but there were many narrow escapes and thrilling rescues The survivors arc now camp- Ing on the adjacent hills Tome Is rich In historic legend trag edy and romance The place was found ed In the seventeenth century by a colon of Spaniards coming by way of Mexico This colony consisted of 70 persons headed by Don Ignaclo Bac ca a Spanish grandee The settlement flourished and for many years was the leading town of New Mexico although It never attained a population beyond a few thousand In the palmy days Tome was the home of the Baccas the Caa tIlos the Oteros the Chaves and other distinguished families whose names still stand on New Mexicos roster of aristocracyTome once the sceneof an appall ing Indian massacre a massacre which came as a revenge because Cuerveno Verde a Comanche Indian chief had beeb outwitted In his plans to marry Meatriz Bacca daughter of Don Ignacio Dacca the Spanish grandee The chief had made the acquaintance of the Bacca family and lost his heart to Beatrix when she was a mere child He asked her father If he might have her for his wife Presuming that the Indian was Jesting Don Bacca replied In the af firmative adding that the chief might come and take Beatrix on her fifteenth birthdayThe remembered and when Beatrix was 15 he appeared at her fath ers home accompanied by a band of warriors not to make war but to help celebrate the nutials Don Bacca real izing that the Indian was In earnest resorted to strategy See me tomorrow he said for I have bad news for you Beatrlz Is dead Meanwhile the father caused a grave to be dug and next day the Indian whaled thither He jooked at the little mound accepted the story as true and went away mournfully- A few weeks later the chief discovered that he had been deceived He was furious Gathering his warriors about him he sweptdown upon Tome early on a Sunday morning when many of the residents were In church First he captured Beatrlz the object of his savage affection Then he gave orders to de stroy the town The church was burned and many of the fleeing worshipers were caught and scalped Beatrlz became the unwilling bride of the chief and al though she grieved for a long time she finally became reconciled to her new en ageSopriestshadquerque a short distance away to come and help bury the dead The romantic bychurch parIshTome since 185- 8NATURAL CALIFORNIA DIKE Strange Volcanic Formation Along the Course of the Fall River Nature is full of strange freaks and her agentsrains storms winds and even dustproduce results that might often be mistaken for the works of human hands though frequently on a colossal scale Volcanic activities are mighty fac tors and through them some wonder phenomena are wrought One of these may be seen along the course of Fall river in northern California says the American Inventor This stream is of considerable size and the work of natures gigantic forces may be seen between the upper and lower cascades of tho river It Is what might properly be called a volcanic dike This dike exCends for some distance along the river near its banks and nearly parallel to the course It bears close resemblance to a roughly constructed wall The top of this dike is very rugged and the height of carrying altitudes In some places it is twenty feet high and several feet in thickness and again may be easily clambered over The rock of which this wall of na ture Is composed is of a very porous character bearing some resemblance to pumicestone though much more solid and of greater specific gravity The entire region is of volcanic origin and evidently was once the actlvltr1Scoriaface of the country is now thickly clad with timber and brush The dike begins and ends abruptly The wall of the dike is evidently the result of volcanic forces and has not doubt stood for many centuries It stands clear from clinging rocks has a narrow foundation with verti cal walls and is very straight The mystery is what forces of nature could have piled up or left standing this rock formation so uniform This dike has puzzled not a few geologists who have visited and examined it t Modern Xestlesaness The great restlessness of the modern world Is perplexing Why is It that people need so much change nowa theytakeHard workers very seldom remain in the same house In London for three months at a time They break up the days by getting away for one week end at least They need a good holiday in the autumn Four weeks is coming to be regarded as a minimum The usual holidays Easter Whitsuntide and the rest are enjoyed if possible with a margin Nearly everyone who can afford it gets away for some little part of the wintersBritish Weekly Nothing But Board Police MagistrateThe address you gave is a lumber yard The HobOYes yer honor Dats where I boards Sect Chicago Daily News Had Been There GIffle engagedI love to hear my fiancee talk I could listen to her forever Spinks married Thats fortunate Why soT- Youll have to It you marry her Louisville CourierJournal Too Subsequent Kitty bad never seen a dachshund beforeAint be a funny looking dog mam ma 7 she raid Its such a long time between MR fore legs and his bac- k1egsCcajIbune i toristsI for scorching motorists is likely to be heard of In the near future for a Wolverhampton firm has Invented an Instrument which when placed In po sition requires only a button to bo pressed and at once a photographic reproduction Is made ot any passing motorcar wltb thetlmeand the date By the use of an Instrument of this kind at the beginning and end of a police trap the results should prove absolute ly accurate long as the watches used in the apparatus are synchronized and the distance Is properly measured Uncle Sams Auto Road Seven miles of a broad automobile road Is to be the latest Investment of Uncle Sam It Is to run from the point of Sandy Hook through the government reservation south to Highland beach under the Naveslnk light and will be used exclusively by army officers and their friends The road will have a minimum width of 15 feet and will parallel the New Jersey coast It will con nect with the broader county road that runs from Highland beach to Sea bright Lion Tamers Titled Wife Capt Jack Bonavita the lion tamer at Bostocks at Coney Island has a princess for a wife She In no less a personage than Princess De Mont Blyon divorced wife of Duke DAraray who Is a French nobleman She Is the mother of the present Marquis DAvaray The countess fell In love with Bonavita on seeing him In the lions cage though since an encounter with a lion a year or so ago ho Is shy an arm Japs Like Our Tune Marching througn Georgia Is said to be the favorite tune of the Japanese soldiers Native music has no marches as it Is without time Patriotic Japanese composers have however since the war began reme lied this defect by adapting various foreign pieces The soldiers have picked up the new airs and sing with great delight the Japanese words fitted to them German Servant Girls A postage stamp In value about 2d Is pasted each week In a little blank book which every servant girl in Germany possesses The stamp is the donation of her mistress enforced by law Should the girl get Ill the stamps are redeemed by the govern ment or she may keep them until she Is old when the government pays their face value House of Lords Custom It is the amiable custom of the house of lords to preserve duly docketed places in their cloakroom for young peers awaiting their coming of age To show how thoughtful they are In this respect there Is a place reserved for the baby marquis of Donegal against the arirval of his twentyfirst birthday Boer War Horse The only equine survivor of the battle of Colenso a battery horse Is about to be sent from South Africa to Eng land where his owner will see that he passes the rest of his days in peace and comfort He received ten wounds in the battle but Is a fine sound horse now Odd Organization Paris possesses a curious social or ganization with an odd purpose It is a band of prosperous tradesmen who agree to trade with one another to the utmost extent possible and when neces sary to help one another with loans without Interest The clique calls Itself The Tranquil Fathers To Improve the Po The Italian government will spend 23600000 to improve navigation on the River Po Italy and its tributaries 48500 horsepower energy will be developed along the Po for Industrial en terprises the annual rent of which will yield tbe government 300000 When It Grew Tiresome- I never thought said the conceited lecturer that my voice would fill that hall No replied the candid man I thought at one time It would empty it Philadelphia Ledger Among the Politicians Judging from a cursory glance at the people we know it would seem that girth and good clothes were as Important factors in personal pros perity as integrity and intellect Puck NorwayItwere Invented in Norway and thence imported into Scotland in a period when a portion of the country fell into Scandinavian hands MARKET REPORT Cincinnati July 29 CATTLECommon 3 00 400 Heavy steers 4 90 6 25 CALVESExtra 6 75 q 700 HOGSCh packers 6 15 6 20 Mixed packers 6 10 0 6 15 SHEEPExtra 435 450 LAMBSSpring 7 65 7 70 FLOURSpring pat 5 85 6 25 WHEAT No 2 red 8- 6No3red 83 5SjNo2OATSNo2 mixed 31 RYENo 2 new 64 66 HAY Ch timothy 13 50 PORKClear mess 14 60 LARDSteam 7 12 7 25 BUTTER Ch dairy 14 Yr 22APPLES50TOBACCONewOld 4 50 14 W Chicago FLOUR Winter eat 5 10 O 20 894No55YiORyENo2 58 60 PORKMess 13 05 13 10 LARD Steam 7 12l 7 15 New York FLOURWIn strts 4 60 4 65 WHEATNo 2 red 93 CORNNo 2 mixed 61 344RYEPORK Mess 13 00 13 50 LARD Steam 7 35 Baltimore 8tyCORNNoT1LgSteera 4 00 4 50 SHEEP No 1 250 3 00 Loultwllla WHEATNo 2 red 86 59YOATSNo2PORK Mess 11 00 LARDSteam e 6 Indlanaoolla WHEAT No 2 red 0 87 CORNNo 2 mixed 57 OATS No 3 chu 3S I P WHAT SHE WOULD TAKE Something That Would Enable HOI to Escape Those Hash cry Jokes Gimme a little cold polar bear said the man in the basement restaurant to the waitress who having brought him a glass of water had stopped to set his order relates tne Chicago Tribune Polar bears all outahe replied with a faraway that went past his head without seeing him Got any iced Yeb Want someINo not if youve got it How about that pickled tongue s all Ju want thatNot any for mine Im married Yen I dont see anything here on this bill thats exctptbotwill rou Therare bound to be cold by the time I The waitress swept away still without seeing the customer He called her back Here said the customer tha was a joke I want a boiled dinner Vhatll you tke to laugh the next time I said the waitress II she started for the kitchen SISTER MARYS WISDOM Gave Brother John the Key to Sac cess in All Lines of Business Mary had a little lamb its fleece was white as snow it strayed away one sum goThenstreamed slowly from her cesishe never found the lamb because ad vertise And Mary had a brother John who kept a village store nc sat down opendoordid not stop to buy John still sat down and smoked his pipe and blinked his sleepy eye And so the brokers seized his stock but still he lingered near and Mary came to tearHow other quickJyRemembering now her own tad luck the maid replies These other fellows fatten John because they advertise Indians Revenge At last muttered EatEmAlive chief of the Ogallallas the red man is to have his revenge and sweep the pale face from the American continent He had just been reading that in Mich ian the experiment of employing Indian girl school graduates as cooks in private families was being successfully made Baltimore American Bait for Buyers How will we get rid of that edition de publishbigor salesmanWelladvertise it as unexpurgated Washing ton Star- S On His Track Pa asked the senators little boy what ia nemesis A nemesis my son replied the sen ator wearily is a female officeseeker whom in a moment of foolish kindheart edness promised to assistCatholicS- tandard Not Their FaultS Some people never know when theys well off in world observed the optimistNo replied the pessimist unfortun chancelDetroitFree Puzzled Native You find it hard to understand a girl just told me she wat going in for outdoor games but indooi games were going outN Y Sun- S Voice from Arkansas SpecialNearlyevcry ImeasebyPills and this part of Arkansas is not without ita share of evidence that no case is too deeply rooted for Dodds Kidney Pills to cure Mr A E Carlile well known and highly respected here tells of his cure after nearly a quarter of a centurys suffering Mr saysI et the public know what I thinkof Dodds Kidney Pills I think they are the best remedy for sick kidneys ever made- I had Kidney Trouble for 23 years and never foundanything that did me so much good Pills I recom mend them to all sufferers There is no uncertain sound about Mr Carliles statement He knows that Dodds Kidney Pills rescued him from a life of suffering and he wants the public to know it Dodds Kidney Pills cure all BrightsDisease There is hardly enough flattery in the whole World to satisfy one man who be here he has a fine that must be dressed in theperfechon of fashion N Y Press Dont Get Footsore Get TootEase botaching FootseAAddress A S OlmatedLe Roy N Y If you see a man a watermelon home you can be practically sure that he never undertook to do the same thing be fore Boston Glo- beKIDNEY TROUBLES Increasing Among Women But Sufferers Need Net Despair THE BEST ADVICE iS FREE- Of all tbe diseases known with which kidneydiseaseshow that this disease is on the increase among women lUnless eary and correct treatment is applied the patient seldom survives when once the disease is fastened upon VegetableCompound ment for kidney troubles of women and is the only medicine especially purposeWhen with pain or weight in loins backache frequent painful or scalding urination swelling of limbs or feet swelling under the eyes an uneasy tired feeling in the region of the kidneys ornotices a brick dust 1n urine she should lose no time in commencing treatment VegetableCompound saving her life For proof read what Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound did for Mrs Sawyer I express the terrible suffering I had to endure A derangement the female developed nervous prostration and a serious kidney trouble The doctor attended motor a year but I kept getting worse until I was unable to do anything and I made up- my mind I could not live I finally decided to Lydia E Pmkhams Vegetable Com pound as a last resort and I am todayawell woman I cannot praise ittoo highly and I tell every suffering woman my case tint KTtiniii Sawyer Conyers Ga Mrs Pinkham gives free advice to women i addres io confidence Lynn Mua ii DJ t i ULCERS FOR THIRTY YEARS Painful Eruptions from Knees to Feet Seemed Incurable Until Ho Used Cuticura byCuticurafailed is testified to by Mr M C Moss followingletter erupfinnfind neither doctors nor medicine to help me until I used Cuticura Soap Ointment and Pills which cured me in six months They helped me the very first time I used them and Iam jlad to write this so that others suffering uI did may be saved from misery Some men are born to fame and some achieve it by raising a big crop of iridescent whiskers Times PisosCurc cannot be too highly spoken of ThirdAveLong wind cannot make up for short weight Chicago Tribune Bears The Signature OfI f00 J r t jJJb t1 e r 1 3l II S THE PLAYWRIGHTSTAR Odette Tyler Actress Values Pills d Miss Odette Tyler is not only the best known dramatic stars America but has written and a successful play of her own MIss Tyler has written tlm following grate IOdet W note her tion Doana r Kidney PlU- sIotiterlfUbum t jGentleznenrexperience with your remedy has been gratify e both my S r self and friends z Signed ODETTE TYLER roster 1iJburn Co Buffalo N Y For sale by all dealers Price SO cent per box Por Iafaats in idrUseI THCCTNnVVOM CRT The Secret of Good Coffee c 4 Even the best housekeepers cannot mok a good cup of coffee without good material Dirty adulterated and queerly blended coffee such as unscrupulous dealers shovel over their counters wont do But take the pure clean natural flavored f LION COFFEE Ike leader f afl yadufie ceifees 4 the coffee that for over a quarter of a century has been daily r welcomed in millions of home you will make a drink fit for a king in this wayJHOW TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE tT e LION became to jet best nralU must CM the beat coffee Grind your LION COFFEE rather fine Caea tableSpOOnful to each cup and one extra for the pot First mix It with a little cold water enongh to a NIle and add white of an egg if egg la to be med M a MtUet then one of the following rules i 1st WITH BOILING WATER MM kelltev water and let It boll MINUTES ONLY AM a lHUe e M water sad act aaMe live minute seffie ServeuY-2d WITH COLD WAfEIL MtI yo eelel WIder To the paste eI bring It to a boll Then act 14eadd a iSSUe eel water aa4 Bve mtautea Ira rcadjr to aervc IIIDO 3 s of in of H Dont boll It too long Dont let It stand more than ten minutes before serving IIDont use water that has been boiled before TW0 WAYS TO SETTLE COFFEE lit mlllEns Vie put of the white of as egg mixing Itwlth the ponod LION COFFEE before JA Wl CoW Water iciUad of em After boDIng add a data of cold water and act aside for eight often minute then serve through a itralner Insist on aetttmg a package el genuine LION COFFEE prepare Itaccerdteg to DIll recipe and yea will only ase LION COFFEE la fature only in lib sealed packages packageBave i SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE WOOLSON SPiCE CO Toledo Ohio At LastDont Miss It A CURE FOR T IStomach Trouble Science declares it to be the only way A New Method By Absorption No Drugs A FREE BOX to all who are tortared by Stomach Troubles Mulls Anii Belch Wafers 50 CIS A BOX Soldat Your DruggistsIf Send to us at once Famous Deans Kidney one produced tul expressing valuable Children COPF2 oltow THREE Do You Belch 7 It means a diseased Stomach Are you afflicted with Shot Breath Gas Sour Eructations Heart Pains Indigestion Dyspepsia Burning Pains and Lead k Weight in Pit of Stomach Acid Stomach Distended Abdomen Dizziness Bad Breath 7 Let us send you a box free o convince you that it cures Nothing else like it known Its sure and very pleasant Cures by absorption Harmless No drugs Stomach TroubleJcant be cured otherwise so says Medical Science Drugs wont dothey eat up the Stomach and mike you worse fWe know Mulig Anti Belch cure and we want yen to know it hence this offer it THIS IS GOOD FOR A FREE BOX ia Send this ad with your name and address and the same eta Araniit who does ROT ell it for a FRBB box of Mulls Anti Belch Waists to MULLS TOB10 coa4 y Third Ave Rock Isun4nl Give Sail address and writs plainly Writ to4yastIIiIdef r may not appear again SOLD AT DEDO STORES SO cents per box Lewis and Clark Exposition 4 f H 56i1 Ckicigt ti Pirtlmi mid return wry day this snnymr t The first great exposition of the resources and the prod ucla dt the Northwest will be held at Portland Oregon this summer Portland is best reached via the Chicago Milwaukee ft Stv Paul SS S Railway Choice of routes is offered Via St Paul and Minneapolis the route of The Pioneer Limited via Omaha and Ogden 4Denverscenery Another good route is via Kansas City and the t Southwest Limited It is a good time now to plan yourtrip F A MILLER General Passenger Agent Chicago iiS prevents infection and cures quickly Does not contain acid or sodaItacts like Ozone and corrects andpurifies Impure and Impoverished blood Ptrfnt MM MMM PERFECT HEALTH 7 PUSHECKS KURD Cures eli Weakness Nervous Debility Rheumatism Misuse Scrofula Wood and Skin Diseases and Dyspepsia EVEN WHEN EVERYTHING ELSE HAS FAILED A FULL SIZEI ux WILL IE SENT tn TRIAL it you send this advertisement and your address toDrCPwhei Chicago If It nothiasALSO 5 5 M1J- fLi t apprecia equally ing to i Wafers 1 0 t t f tqllJ s w P 1 c j ky ltN iitrii tI o J q1 i f f5c OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK I OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO 1 OWINGSVILLR Ii m Epe tS communications JtOutLooK PimristiiNa Co of i JOUR W IIONAKKR OwlngSVillf ji y GSaddress should always give provinUB tJ address when writing- Correspondents when out of sta j should mentlun fact on a f I jilItparate slip of pupQr r IB FlySsTltE OUTLOOK is sent one forIfiveSs5 vents A THURSDAY AUGUST 3 1905 u 1fI ANNOUNCEMENT REPRESENTATIVIpWe are authorized to announce t it t thbBE nof Moroliend ItadatiTfor reelcctioh as IterSIS theAunnlluncotburg en canilldate for RepreBcntntivo fromv V riiriathand Rowan counties 8ubjc 10 action uf the Dcinocr 1I party MM i if UNCIK SAM eradicated yellow f fr at Havana He ought to do as 1n8rheroAare some cases r t nd numerous deaths daily 1iJ AUDITOR HAOEK ia now dragnet andSbeen grafting for themselves by the t 7 dragnet method while osten l collecting taxed on property isil tf1 to hue been omitted from nsiteasuni4 znent A REVISED report of the U Agricultural Department says that three Important errors in making the previous report were found fhe 4Ic r I ncre only giltbaUurlcy one per cent and p ertfncrealled Jailing oft of 15 to J9 t4 f i durk district ThMo 4 fli 1f f THE Government Printing Office Mt Washington ia PUfiprctcd now ielng a Iiot4ied of grhftere Mil ll itareiIenecryyearfdrp jht i f neither neceS8nfyno r r economically useful There Pi aDYR big leukIiolo in Ibc r xSasJwornment that Is wzt the aioBfv earned hyth1eoplus Urailckg 11l IsUcCIlastSyeiatho world to him W veryk1not good was 1 good th H badJllit some uf ufcordflS te needed jnpre money theiIrop j Ikrttinhitisfoirftfting until now r i illjRnInnSwheiher the whole Dcpartrnei- let it1a I J V Worth while coimidering its ci 4015bb St CORRESPONDENCE atSI t Wost End Mre Howard Kash is tick J ArthurDanlel and wife are vis TlAibld Whetstone 1ie rsaitian pirefCIak county int two or threeV i dyi her liSt week s JIrsFronVMcCluinxpaSficdawny andus b e t the JicClainburying ground t L M Atc ll II accompwnied by MrsW1iptun and Miss Alicep Epl aiarion Ifarrjck of Salt Well II r4 teaohing eehnol a t Pine Grove near here Tie Is b3 b buolall T night IB Bkth couBty 1 Talk about your improved meth 1 ttlNlMffir biilldiig turnpike w iereeitofvrabgrjtss Hid Japali iJS j8k VlT1iutftdIfbUildiflgcu1 it ihet up with t jilfrt CelL North h re Oilj 4 kerrsurnfrowahuokleberry gath r1 t eflj ecthbedtbebIll8anclgUII eYed ore rrJ Wt1th1j1r J1 47 RiIeyiandkrftnddaughte Wit i spelit t3uRdqon Bald Kllgle f Alaaoza Stone andWffevisltctdiI r relative IR FleMing county last t r u wt rpentynd fanily JaiBM Harper and wiof CAtjl Jettsburg visited Daniel Harder iil and wife last week aj- v4 Li tf visfA near turd SP 81ultlrctr lirJe lIaUimiItbiiand ca tiahce 5StersZ4aaada DorN4citch i i4lE5 eeryeoaaLy wete eteofR J SS 4 wi f Iri t of Ja s t week VDeus1deoWaliar Si floutte h WM ss II3Jl Mary and Iriia1b 0 rrrt1Vrr8 tsof weiedS3 C II Csrt ssi TIomie BIJaaJ JtYta f MMtfAatrj eounty tpant iPrb4y L1 Li Stone and w le ni6 1 iX Oinyer1 days Ii j If k or p 1 l 4jiat ti liIt M u ci 4 2 tSk d B 5 iI tr J sjf o t rf 1J1 IJti i =Ji i i hrlri979 b r v L I Mrs Frances Hamilton und daughtern Mrs Km ma Stone nnd Miranda Warner and dauehtcrDol 111111YEUppor Flat Crook SttrlinwcektoMUs Lutie Smothers of near Slin lcloverSharpllburgthe guests of relatives in this cinity several days lust weekabouM ilslit Jiltio Murray and Mnmio nn of St Lnnif Mo arri nrIUlit week to be the gursta of mers aunt Mrs dices Glover SalCraiRSMrs Lucy Sexton is no better H 1ornwiffj July 22 aon Mm Lizzie Jones has been very sick but is better ut present George Hunt and family arc ItingTlulmuB Oruig in Maiysv ilk fillneiiester spent several duyt e the guest of tho luuiily ol Win ioyweeBro Spence will hold a meeting nea Jheon t water good music and bulging There will bo meeting at L eewee TllllrslhylicCome and hear something new in singing with a string bund OklaJundrott James Denton wife and bob rnf near Moorttlold were guests uf formers parents hero Saturday Sunday j Pkjjjwore Chcst8 of Janic ain t family Willie Sundayty Sof Nicholas county visited formers grandmother Mrs I Grain Saturday and Sun Mrs froJohnMur lJendrix and Clitudl Atch Terofnear ctrefloldcomLeelic Iliir and wife Mrs Ji toes Goodpaetcr und little son Herman ItttiI ir iit1gshort tvIiictqw litlrjj0 IIlIdIgwiiriu HI uu UUCKPI full paying nothing of what they gathered fur home use Now who ca nagnHillsboro W B McGregor Iaiuk haThe GIIIgRuggle8ChiA Williams and wife arc vi iti gomngMrs Dairy Parker of Morgan UurltJsfawllyJMelvin ne boarNicliolasvtileivea here this week i ru anmtattle at 4 25 pcrcttJMiss Esta Eden of Muncie lad la titdThe members of the Christian Church have improved the looks of nnddSchool commences hero the first Monday in August with Prof JW Hunter principal and Miss Lillian vans assistant Mitfscs Ethel MarkTrell and May ZI wmn crman are vIsiting the for w ers grandf Itt her well near Fleoiingsburg anditherfriends near Tilton this weekbe Slate Valley Slide 4ockCutler Toy bought three hogs of Goorce Bedell for 10 cash S r gettrngbetterJohn K Jones and wife toU yoming Mondayonbuslnss p Jo1iitKjonegand wife VI sited andfumilyonLickJng 4 anddaugbtorawife Sunday i sp About twenty couples went fromtia toCMrs LutherRwJ and chil pl SlMrs Wm nigrsWflckprltcbiebxiand NiThere Chedspeurch coRtfonday July 2i Mrs ColljeMoore at NuyrforVeaiehavent had plenty It has rain her tbdryClelj Hatton nnd daughters Jenda and Lids of upper EicklyAib CoGei U J = r c 7 JJ l1li II t 1ok Licking Union Mr Griggs moved to Yale 1liti rs day loemle3ers Saturday Silveti McKinncy nf Ills M risited here Saturday und Sund Thomas llama Mwereurdll OwIyo Jones and D M titiirlurda ParkyFletchcrdt 80 honil of hogs lust Wed ncsday and Thursday RusthtHiilio Cogswell were in Salt Lick rday and Sunday Mboros Ferry IIe corn crop is looking One Hogs are ecarcc and high in this lmrt Born to Walter Sorrel and win vieson July 21 Jf John Otis wife and children vie ited relatives neon Colfnx from rInnlhtY urdtillMace Kisfiick returned home lust k from Indiana and Oklahoma where tc hud been since Init winter ottit F Shrout vixitud his broth George timid Ambrose Shia near Sees school house tho past k I tInyomcolts on pasture on Roes Run and one of them got its hind leg broken thoughttlicohn R Carmicliacliand wife visitiiigtlibpast few weeks visited Leslie Atch heiSlln and isSundayThere is going to bb a box sup lit Tolksvilio Saturday night luwtcordllliIyheStoops slowlyfromThe tobacco crop in this ac bon hiood is very unuveafroThe acreage of hemp is small- ptred to that of lust eartinMiss Sallie McDonald will open herS 1001 here Monday Atignst 7 visitunear North Mit4U n Sirattbiand Ro gton Saturday The only tiling sorao people can succeed to is to succeed fh luck failuresitJae Gilluspie and W II Bridges e swee latekullrsJllhn Grooms and M rs Iotlan visited Mrs Joe Trimble near Mt S JuelaliMo is visiting relatives in nrtaind gulLont Bath counties Lil1Iiithe bel LeieveSLherrling Saturday and Sunduy hagdjjIIpeicitcdt n e fci whkswhi seikSaWejBulToringMrs John E Frecland of Mt bterliug spent lust week with Mrs H S Bittlhger j 8burgr clostMiss Grace Lomastor of Rusaelle viVMies Mottle is otvIsitingtie Payne and Lena Parker rii tol tqnlbroke hid armbutireatln easy Ewell Wilson andsister Miss Robertlyspelltfroal town Dr Jonosqe kept quite bu roflate doesnt get opportunity to end the I1I1Uerl titan with ung Iad1ettotold in nitIlJnag Usi SIQiaining for slmOdnYltVa8 corn itcd to and rest for I Suysv with fever Luther GBittinger got tlir hts at Lexington Monday- S sent on first train to Enter ugentSIrNixon The young ladies of Corinth iuro1 will givp the Ice cream sup r Saturday night Every one me and bring your best girl and nty of money It will be hold the schoolhouseS ron1iYlorfrcr and for several pa toparent8ir 40th anniversary of married which will be celebrated Thurb y Big meeting isoimg on at the beingEider held U so i T ff J far here intro been 12 add ition to the church The mooting will be held the buluncupf title week ngerMCrooksIIWilliamsIJart Jackson and wife were ngvil1e Saturday tDuve Parkas and wife of Coving are visiting his brother John s OingsIlcrIIY Willson it Ilendrix shipped n GinclUnliti1St utllr y M SteprsNixon were in Owingsvillo one lust week Mrs Juno Jackson and son of Knob M VulyartW puin heringhouse und shipping pens Will Lcniastcr timid wife and aretire S Nixon wont to EnterpriseSut iy night to see Mrs Randolph Nixon who is very sick Knob LickCN MoiceutTho minus are running n limited amount of ore Quite a number paused lucre Sun for tilt Springs The farmers are us n general thing done cutting grass Shcrmiin Clark will go to Co him bus Ohio soon to attend school- of Mrs JM Colliver went to visitha friends nihir Sharpsburg Sunday THR SrcKalrs Tom Hawkins still pMirly Mrs Wtm Craig is the sicl list J camohnto Surdis Miss to work for u ber company as stenographer A tonnumberdni Mrvetimore in the vicinity unit a good do maud for them Sunday we had another drunken set to to the dfotiirhanr uf the cit 111111hnt of peoples houses VeEty morning from Hidden W Vn where lib hud been running an gihe in u power mouse at the s IJtofIr itt the same time There was nat shadow of a charge against him when it cntiio to o nvestii lion Bethel Born to 1 W Crouch and WitLle daughter July 25 v F t IC M Rutliir titus returned antripMiddleL wifJulrerite Mrs Wood of Wilraorennd Miss ilo Let ton of Key West ure visitors ut their brother 5Jttnif s Misses Mary D Sullivan of AHl Sterling anti Bes fo WnUioilfWli c catter urc visitors lit J WClfnk enbeHrds Cliirenco Atkinson und brother stanton are visiting their aunt rs J W Emmons and uthe- ces mel a at Bethel Misn Mary Thomas Butts rettrn ed Monday from Bourbon county ere she hud been visiting for veralweeks She wus acer ifljru cU by Robert Stone McCray The new woman fo have a flililO visiting Bethel j hc rigged t Saturday for n horseback ride jumped on clothespin fashion with t anything on her head und went alwaysbecnha belta lair passed prohibiting women from dressing so near in menana thes und riding In ucU an fashI Think the time willtQon como when wan anil woman will re tiringrsee breecheS nnd inca the apron They have already reversed the parting the hair and en ppiseth men will have to adopt the side saddle OlympiaIDavid Smarts is very poorly Thomas Grillln is still improving lis pitMrs WPenixof Salt Lick Visited friends here last week SliroutoGeorgetowpIII ie Clay Shultz and wife visited his uiotherou Pond Lick Saturday und in nday MI SB Fannie Barber of byrinds fSMrs Sophia Jucknon of Salt Snturdaytind8unday Jim Will Jackson and Sidney P foiGeorgetoolit arc Mrs J Wo Kincaid of Rollswell GeorgeSwurtsWls Large crowd of young people piCarniiigtons beeninturned howe trld lu fielMrsLeeJulinGrlggetupoot sio r r 6 l I Bnu Ilovcit wve Ug two later usl g Ru ibii Sutialny IlIlllu- If tint additionao time church iMrsville was the gust of her ulster Url J Ie Jncksoh this week Mrs Cullie Jackson and lrBl flInOpen Grove were time guerts of her sister Mrs Tom Montjoy Sunday Mrs Peach Warren mid datigh ter Edna and Miss Olive Jackson are visiting friends at Preston and Owingsville this week Mrs Koto Costlgan gave a social nightilltone who is the guest of Mrs Steelouj Salt Lick fI B orneto Chris Johnson and wife 28 a son Mrs Elllc Teal of Alabama IP e on a visit J H Stockdnle and wifeofPecd visiting here Mies Mary Kennedy of Farmers was here Tuesday CLcxingtonis harlie Hcdrlck of Morchnuse is home for a visit qCCawptonit JJJIrs Sallie Fitzgerald titus been very sick time past few days daughterRusa Mrs Lydia Mntipin has returned from It twoweeks visit at MtSter g Miss Gertrude Ingles of Millers bur g is the guest of Miss Emma Pierce Morton Colliver rndJas Staton e in from Richwood W Va Saturday Henry Johnson and wifeof Prep are visiting their daughter s J D Tunley SnMrsphia Jackson visited friends in Olyrapin Saturday The reunion here will be held Ail g 17 IX ltIlit Sulphur Spring ithiive It B Iicfcers ons Mrs Jlell MtGlo aon and Misp lhi Crthiiini of Olympimi are vii Ming Mrs Claus Olnyton theI16theIr supper Saturday night Mrs James Harper after nn cx Itten ded visit in the county left for her home at Cutlcttsburg Sunday Airs Lennurd Burnea nand Mrs Lillte Daniels of Torrent era iw Saiurday to visit their sister Mrs t tttle Mrs Iniie Jackson Mrs Mattie mine1md teImityre anl dariigh litIelulrlriolfDing a small splinter in the palm Her Land and arm were swollen twice their size anti Mood paul IIWIIS feared but the physician lic ie they have it coiitro lid E- QBath r ra I County- TELEPHONE i s Franchise Rights FOR SALEBy order of the FiscnlCoiirtduly made at the April term 190 I will Specinl Commissioner of said Court on the 11 th tiny of Sopteni ber 1905 proceed to sell for cash in hand toe highest and best bidder at the Urthouse door in Owingsville Kentucky tho franchise rights to erect lines over each turnpike nnd public road l n Bath county said franchise privileges to run for the term not exceeding twenty years I will first sell snid pr 1 tuikeSh tu ro Fnrpsburg vlllo ii Sherburo turnpike road Owingsville fc Preston turnpike toMenifeeWgkvilleOffingsvHle Wyoming tunpi rod Owihcsville fe Mclntirc cking rivet turnpike rood Ow geville Dawson turnpike road uth Shorbiirne t Upper Blue Licks turnpike road Bethel de Lit tm tie JOurdon turnpike roadDnion TO Sharpsburg Sanders route turn arpsburgRatliffing d East lorkturQpikeroadlth Tunnel de e rnnd nnflii r it Junction turnpike road Maux Branch Convict road turnpike rqtdait Lick Sulphoturnpike road Moores a ke road Dell tht1verturnpike road Preston Peeled o Oak road itictrnpikoroadBaldEagl an d turnpike road Cralgs turn road rates The Fiscal Court will be in aira ternnjt f 15 r 1I1IWIIIIII Address JOHN SEBASTIAN Pftis Traf Mgr Rock Island System CHICAGO KENTUCKY pIGLEXINGTON September BIG DAYS iN 25000IN OF LIVE EVERheMagnificent of 40 Pieces For A right to reject any 8111iii UtlIii f lit these siiid rights is rccervod Anil when uinilu tht will bo Hcceptnlile said sale will lie itn me diHtefy confirmee by the rder of said CnurtIIldnll previous ants made by the Fiecnl Court r franchise rights to erect tele ones c under Section IC4of e Constitution of Kentucky are SO TrlhisJNO A D AUGH EmTYJB nlandSre THOS J Feed Sale Stable JHcndqitnrtersdealers Telephone connection with Preston Station L I W OsdllIllB heBankingOWIN3SVILLE JiY = t Privatejclioo I HRS CORA CONNER ill open her school again the SeptembertoOnly a limited number taken For particulars apply to Mrs Conner PORTLAND Visit and California on the Way Out and Back variety of attractions Pacific Const tourist You cnn thcRockyMouni uthern return ovu Southern Route by way of El Paso ough New Mexico Or you can vhv Minneapolis and St lat Nbdetails of summer excursion N John Sebastian Passenger Rock lelnnd Sys JhicaRo i i N i f P J v a c 0 fg r r 4S jj4i t = 4 i f i To the Pacific Coast to California Oregon Washington roundtrip long transit and return limits liberal stopover privileges The rate is practically on the basis of one fare for the round trip Of course if youish to visit California ox Oregon oj booth or Washington the cost is slightly liffJ These rates are in effect on certain TaorMoFty of May to They apply fromall Eastern 4via Chicago St Louis or Memphis gateways The Rock Island System will take you up in either Chicago or Drat hundreds ofother Middle West points and carryyou to the Coast in through 4 Standard or Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car service The Rock Island also affords a choice of routs on the Scenic route you can stop off in Coloradosee Salt Lake Cityvisit i Yellowstone National Park on the Southern rout you can go 4 via El Paso thru New Mexico then up coast to San Francisco fand on to PortlandorSeattle if desired Inshort these Pacific Coast excursions of fer an unusually good chance to see our western country in a comprehensive manner If you desire to go only as far as Colorado there are excursion rates in effect to that section and rctumaI1summer long r specially June 30 to July 4 August Iand 13 and August 30 to September 4 Exteiisioii trips to or Salt Lake anti returnat low cost also FrFrom September 15 to October 31 1905 oneway Itourist or colonist tickets will be on sale to California and the Pacific Northwestabout half regular fare IflL J It ntetestedtend name and address on this coupon designating v which bookletwanted dt what point you plan to go Name probabbj I IIVX elate of start aho so we can adrid definitely with reject to rates etc jSend Co C4IJornaa rad bOoklet and rates Nam Addrei Lesie sboutSDestination t iIIIIf B AT 1823 6 PREMIUMS PREMIUMS tTHE GREATEST DISPLAY STOCK Novel Attractions Exhibitions the Famous DUSS BAND Catalogue or Further Informetion Address GEO BAIN Secretary Lexington K rC suidajalmiie JONES8L- ivery DgNTISTth EXPOSITION Colorado Greatbst California Manager reduced datesIn October inclusive StLouis reduced OgdeDt You Are Missing a Good J If 10YouPint Aid to tb Inarc L No household remedy for alt the little sesCuuDlistersoubles etc can even ThisrenUUknblercmedypossesses 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