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Arnold Goodpaster eight fut 2yearoldiit ta Gheifers at 315 and t The Womens Temperance Lea gue maintains its organization to tttittheProhibition law is on Col forced ton wee I Dr OW Conner the dentist uscrOdonu dcr an1a1tapproyedE i anaesthetics for o traction of teethMFOR SLv4OO bbla corn be I lo iginj to estate of Jamos T Atch hun on lower Slate Creek 2t Geo W C JACKSON Wyoming Ky with past Rev Harvey G Aldorson of RI 4 Rowan county is a candidate for Clar 4 from the Bath here 11Z1I antidt A W Bascomln connection with 4 r B n Young and Mrs E D Mar a shall Wit avea sale ofped unit i eed Shirthorn cattle at Mt beesThe Republicans have nominated Dr JY Wells lo make the race J for Couaty Judge of Nicholas I gainst Judge McNew thIS Demo cratio flOElflCOfati3 PBEPBTTEKIAN MZETINQROV R John B fileachatn of Ml Sterling atte 7 tH 1V will begin a protracted meeting nt M the Presbyterian Church Friday 4 Rov U A Walton I Pheia ir NOTICaAIl persons havingc- fifln W egnlnut the estate of Mrs we- jhii 2 l I vher deed will please vllle presdrthe s mrto uio iiropcrlC ttUI I Ob W 7iJj 3 IAOY Agnt hull I i i t in fJrjprieiorJfi 4 fe aCieek herdnf UarnpRhlrc Thinia4hogscdko4I ACinpand 1IAfultRc- Y thr i L 4 6ng a I iSSQ eVch toJ FMitar IIetnfboranIinthree et1250 ling r 1tlIt9aTu8RrI1t 1250 MeSof Ja ea c frs b Hant fitriB near Reynoldsyillevfor r ing SSaCorbin 0 acres of land on East and I Fork of Flat Creekadjoining the JaRi of Mrs Eliza Doggett for theIJ 4 BATH Co IPKOPtB The losing 2 1 OB Leer ays that Marcus L 4 Trifeble who is the Republican 7oleefor Judge of q eU bornlnBnth county Infit Kelsor L185ItwUwauMies Ken tacky in 187L for Illlnoli later Mrs p ee4teMies uriherehegainvi r ep1RisRCe as e rot iHMBk to Kentucky in 1894 t BUBXW ToBjicco GRowERs Co with t I JJiehelas county has subscribed her on laImiWfritKkl hers bat very tow oth etIiit any have put u i th ryiaol1n money O t i i warttk250OQO required to or relI Co It was a ouncedtbattheH t1Rwe11 expire Sept and ie of t be abandonedr vaefMiMitwould un I AM tktO000 was subscribed Whirtetie will be further 4 mzes4MJwnotknownse1 a t1iJ LwHi rrr1PTbere is said 4oTfceVjwoje t by exr CMfrtMiHoj Janet NKehoe and fo OhIcief MayiTille to build an I- catr18UIYr from Carlisle tekMooreeidSharDsburgaB j Q t con HtItCr1lelc wltI the tine l bebIItfro Paris via Carlisle llayivUle Undoubtedly the p t t Atlad probablythe eubstantial sup j ort of rte people of this town CITY CODNOII MEBTINQ There I IL waaIImporrantuIeetIngoftheC ty w CeftBeUefOwIngsvJ 1eGUheWomenI Temp t H9 r e It Sskmat the law in regard to Belling I fr J t IantsoHSBnday and selling to ilnore and Inebriates be b t rerced rj iz it ar PralitMtlen l w goesJhto Jftttlv Jtt06 the town will loseI i 4 rI salooaHconse It I riisy34 to eontlnae the electric tlngTIJen to snaJco up 4 fIetoaaanddoIlarsKwav ted jr parelff3S ary a lt to licenaseach business J JR town the IteenBebelnp graded ac rdIatosmountorprogtble b M iragoeby taeh the pah be rrqpost4 to the Coancll at its jnef ftlzht iivOotobecfor appr v- olreJctoo1 the Council rt jLto tbtratta prospect that the heSr to MHM athflOO Thonreceat rate i e IL4P a ifr Q 5 F iJirt ih 75J I tJ 0 = I37 LIItI1 r rl j t l f I t t r tr 1ciJ F tt9 y rJ T5 Q7 ioH I 4P iJ 4 6 = 9 PERSONALi Ida weekf froIlinensWm Hunt of Mt Sterling was inn Monday 31 W Dawson went to LoxinR Lid this week ing ohn lu Lex ton MondayI ll1dayMinot Davis joined his wife at D ery Youngs last week the DArt Dnnlel and family removed to Mt Sterling last week Miss Carroll Leer of Paris Is vis relatives near town 36 Thos Daugherty went to Amyxs ings Tuesday morning Aarlof E H Goodpaster neaolemanhero and r JohrthurWednesday morning of this weekAoI P M Goodwin is able to benes TrJMrsto u few roysH H Ewing went to Lexing edkns ItlJrldnyngvenrsSterling earns the past woek to visit relatives A Pood wont to Cincinnati a shipment of live stock the weekfor toukSunday oflingwifo Sunday yerSterUngwae Saturday Miss Ruth Palmer of Bethel has n visititig her sister Mrs John WdRollloPIBlLrnellaml le Creek Turlinglett Sunday ulJIlMondlaYc culndE Church South at Covington was abyswasableto be up Saturday Mrs lps is better of her attack of fov vault F Rogers was hero this past will nuldrusf g hiare D VHValftnJiriis JMorf1iytofMt Sterling were in town Mulldny10 Sept Fielder Brunch and of Tilton ers pllIt from Thursday till 3unttay nion their BonIulaw E W Heflln wife Gray Mies Ifancye Berkley of Mt Ster den ret Tuesday to resume iRiss Rosa alter a visit to rllulnothorMrsltIlttllda Flolil returned to her borne In Flow otcountyrd Patterson and wire Emmet n thattualiReid Patterson are at Amyxa on Springs Morgan county Eugene Win Andrew and Mary it agUUIlrreturned home to Lexlngtou Monday to Miss Hnttlo Secrest who is thec assistant touchier in the Owingsville aded school arrived from Carlisle week and has a room at Mrs T Purrys W Mrs John B Honaker daughter Iathan Pipes and little sol1 odsiturday morning taJohnchildren after spendibg thin summer Mrs Cs father Wm Modre Roes Run returned home to Lou tu- vhlLe Saturday 5pthMrsElIzaor Montgomery Co Is the guest her daughter Mrs John Scott Miss Bessie Wilson of Paris arrived Monday on n visit to MrsScott 3 MrsEtigeneMlnthan wont to Cov gton Friday afternoon to spera 1yspent summer with her Rex Cornellson who Is travelhi frme company in the Southwest came up from Pad hcali Saturdayp ttCornelisonc hoProffamll1torylng R4I Conners house on Slate veuue Prof OM Bromley of Lawreucebnrg is boarding at Elder BH Ross See Conroy at Mt Sterling fore having your saddle repaired Ill bemQney to you erINOIP1ZIIT JpjtbnTHrWater I stock and in the branches has dried up rapidly of fate A rain would ildeinterfere with tobacoocutting A warm rainy spoil would endanger boused tobaeooc sing houseburn where his hung closely WEW E P D IN OPERATION Owingsville Rural Free Delivery Wo 2 started lasFFriday with J Dee Conner as carrier The route SterlingIlover to the new 1heice to the Mt Sterling ifcStepstone pike on to Stepstone thence back on the OT Sc Step fone pike to this wwu r stci f OJ I tI i William Elliott little son ofMrs Elliott stepped on a thorn last and has suffered intensely ice m tho wound since Born Thursday afternoon Aug to Jason J Mark and wife nee a Sniathers n daughter w igh 8 Ibs Lucile Stanley 4 his wife Henry halts tho negro un d erterer nominated for Coroner onor Republican ticket in Mon tgom Mi county tins withdrawn fromwh raeeyclE Catlett bought of Peed ok lan Lhthram twenty yearling steers aton 340 and twentyfive choice out ofAof Robert Len Goodpaster at 350 per hundredtioNCrooks bought twelve 1100 Mean feeders from Henry Thomas of Ele r Formers at 3Jc Ben T ex ighitbought of Gee Boyd and qUI n Corbin a lot of feeders at 4ccra nod homemade buggy liar s 810 at ConroyV Mt Sterling Bov us Old buggy harnefistaken nan pay for new ones at Con ins Mt Sterling 2t COOL AGAIN The weather warm up the middle and latter half of ed week but became cool Sunday con wali cool enough Monday morn for frost but the brorze prodayted it to BiaWonuJamesCarter slCounds about 5 inches long and is armed with two sets of 0foura George G J Carroll Hamilton ed Flat Creek sold 302 export cat made to C C McDonald for the Sulz tipm thegerrkat over 5o The sale aggre pro ed 27500rNKWTOBNMKK TheBathCoun Fiscal Court has advertised for new s for building 24 miles of turn STY e from tho C Ie Mt S pike ut fre Flat Creek store down Flat cOU to the intersection of the ance nriet pikertiINDICTMENTS The Gir wilt Clerks office at Mt Sterling he broken intoSaturday night and sml out 75 indictments wcro stolen gra e grated window to the ufetoru was pried open Circuit Court J began lIondRyJlldgeA W Young 101 exhaust every means to hail t and punish the party guilty of iss n rohhcryi vkin J1tQL4Ji w LZ11K l tn jlnr in I heOingsv11leP9Iof 1 4th 1U05MiRA Maud Andvcr on Lpm Collinp Miss Olio Fun G B GoodpaPter William Perry William H Colhver Gen o Steven V Pouglas 2Mnd pr WinMead Miss lana Hanly Persons culling for above letters by ll please say adyertisedsdis J A UAUNES P Mnefront THROATK nt MULE Wm Riddle Odessa while riding n mule in we s pastUro one day recently WaS thrown by the mule and three ribs his left side were broken A WI briar scratching the animal caused do to throw him Mr Riddle is AI ed about 65 years and suffered ou uch from his injury hut is able it hobble around by the aid of a ed ne let GYPSY BAWDA band of gypsies ner camped some days last week on m Wrights place above Prickly Its Ash bridge They are evidently a prosperous pet having gaily paint wagons neat tents fine rugs and ankets and a profusion of silver bleware Tney promptly banter te the passers by or visitors for a horso trade or to have their for age i1tl They pasced through town Saturday going westward PaOIUBITION CARRIED OVEnWnlCL JGLYTl Prohibitionists car ed the county Saturday against in e licensing of saloons by a vote It unnnicial of 1621 to276or nearly six to pne But a little over half C the voters cast a ballot there being 500 or moreToters in the county In the town ofOwingsvillewbere contest was made the vote was 0- 1158Jo58 or lees than three to one n favor of Prohibition In the town 01 Sharpsburg tho majority or Prohibition was 42 There was no contest by the op onente of Prohibition iq tbocoun y outside of the two towns The olored voters here with only a Ye exceptions voted f Prohibition womens organization was the prioclpul factor for Prohibition here They began at 6 oclock on the morning of the election ring I bbeChristian Church where pervicea of singing and praying were held orthrough t hedyfbe colored alternatclyield similar serIvices on the oppbeite side of the street in the schbolhouso yardBThe entrance to the school house voting precinct was flanked on each side by a committee of ladies who solicited the voters as they entei to cast their ballot for Prohibition A similar committee was posted at the front entrance to the Court housp yard the bide gates bel fastened so that voters at polling Noa 1 and 2 had to pass through the front gate A proces ama of children paraded the streets singing and bearing Temperance banners The church bells were rung at hourly rvlisIt was cbrtainly a greaidoy for the Pro bibiUoniata t F l j t k4Jt t f intmrii lIiLJj The Ladies Aid Society of the Peeled Oak Church will e nn C cream social in tho churchyard met Saturday afternoon Sept 9 VIIlrrivedwoparentsof Nnylors Branch until nf hanearerssi3sippiich he is night operator Thenu low had so close to codwas tho last that stopped there ag HITCU Judge W S GudgellMr s appointed by the n Commissioners as the Repub his member of the Bath Count of tilctionukofhlcioveR five names eachof home Mill ts and Republicans to beTeconi ings mended by the party governing au thorities from which to choose a Ellesbut the appointment was held e- veupperMEETING CLOSED The potract aryductedCnnnorsvIIle Indiana and Robert not the pastor closed Sun some night and Elder Taylor wentver Lexington Monday and will go est- ome point in Missouri to hold lady next meeting to- lhemeetlng here was the biggestsch religious revival in many yearsFor ance weeks services were held night doubt nd large congregations attend fu Thirtyeight additions were to the church some by bap the and some reclaimed among lee number being some ot ourple minent citizens soluEfinctyseven pupils attended t eaU1 school at Bath Semin esponeo latragedof 150 pupils will be secured fore the term Is fur advanced prilacexpects thdestions fur the ninth gr de later ma this liapupilsThe trufiees lire to ouuer with the of ever ergfe 8 hultiS starting oUt tr1er that favorable itupicesthHKPIDKNCG BURNKD About 140 but Inluckinoperlysouth end of ShateAvenueocetlpiedIm AVm T pocoveredra family was sitting on the verundaand a colored woman late washing at the rear of the house ous the kitchen door for some buingrunced for her trenter The alarm arsthe an clhittleofthe far of tieThe houi c was insured for i It could not be for bshad his furniture insured foral 600 which was likely far below valuefFIRE iNFLEMiKGSBURXj The most dunstrouf fire in the history urI Flemingnburn broke out shortly af tirraged for three hours doing dam ly to the amount of 60000 with insurance of about 35000 The team fire engine was delayed in getting to work and the two hund jnglnes were ineullicient to cope with the flames The blaze started a frame building belonging to ed leMain Cross street and occupied by of L Dudley harness and vehicle denlflrInu few minutes the building was ablaze the intense beat igniting iheAtkinson building the opposite side uf the treat and the Wilson and Fant buildings adjoining The two Dudley bulk ings caught anti for a while the imposing Odd Fellows temple seemed doomed In the meantime the fire spread to a number of near tin hed buildings and toward the de IWpotlbe engines by this time be gan todo good service and the firemen with the aid of intervening fire walls were able to check the dre and by 5 oclock it was oath under con r911he following t were destroyed W L Wilsonslosl 2500 insurance 2000 Miss Olive Feat tliree buildings los97500 insurance 7000 Mrs Warfgrd two build 0ngeThomas Atkinson loss 3000 in 2000 Dudley Broth 8 buildings loss 3000 insurance 2500 The losses of business mon were J A Manley 10000 insu edrance 6000 Harry Andrews 5OQO no insurance C A Glass cook 3500 insurance 2100 C tems Grain Company 1000 insur lIgance100Q PS Dudley 6000 insurance 5000 E H Ken nor 3000 insurance 2000 llotbi r ingtpn ik Kackley 10000 insur ance 5000 C L Dudleytl600 insurance 700Frunk Stone 3000 no insurance Fleming Gazette 3000 insurance 1000 TIm es Democrat 1700 Insurance 1200 No one was eeriouely injured ItF 3EauIa J I 1 t I BLACK BAGS ron StATE CREEK be W Honaker and Press Barnes the 1005 express at Preston Thursday night and received tfIei r quota of black bass minnows of the S distributing agent to bo putin ofatented them on their preparations edreceivengements were better than any he d met with previously Howev the numerous applicants had the supply to n less mber than Slate Creek in Bath thi tinty was entitled to und the la ent said that at the next dlntri It buiiou he would save a larger mini fur Meserellonaker and Barnes Barnes went that night to put use portion in Slate from tho mouth the Stupstono on down tho creuk un in all were distributed Mr lion UTerCreek down to Col HH Ew on lut mer RECITAL AT ALPHA HALL The entertainment given by Miss Julia iott at Alpha Hull last Friday Bath ning was attended by some 125 of cotesociety Miss Elliotts locution ov powers were well applauded al with t1 Satoof her renditions were not audible to the audience furth ticket offitrainis from Owjngsvillo a gradu to f of one of Kentuckys famous suboolsrind expression but that she has a IuccessfulI her samMisspiano and her instrumental soMatiuns were enjoyed as one of his faMisso which was well received the mo ndiwas a one toeciallycution and the beautiful modu deBugloHerld Icereage It is hardly within the ey ovince of this article to suggest eIkingearly several reasons why th- uretoi anotht year might not mport with the present assuring tluok It is ably one thing how that farmers may wellr nsid 144i4isinutttia seed of Fw W taohcctl nunj uprnuttt utb it enters e plant does no particular harm finally ripens in the grain mak i that particular grain a stink guiassol infection if such wheat to he used for peed and greatly paiu its pried fur milling pur ses Smut has not been prevalent of years there has been no seri outbreak or yellow fever in th South fur a quarter of a century t the unexpecl generally hap pens The fever the cholera the my worm the rust blight midge d smut generally come like a ap of thunder from a clear eky nd some wise man has said in mes of peace prepare tor war C he writer does not know if the smut ut oats and wheat are related ut every farmer knows bow abund it was in oats this year The abundance of smutted ears in corn e riotous growJbof these bTorms of life on all the fruits an the foliage of trees and the trouble time the farmers had in ear ng their wheat is pointed sugges Nfavoringiheee particular germs The seed of the smut is very mall and is attached to tuz foUnd on every grain of wheat It lungs there just like a burr Ina sheeps wool and can not be clean oil because there is a little liecow in the sprouting end of a gradwhich no kind of cleaning hine can touch But this seed can bo killed in two ways without appreciable injury to its host A plunge of ten seconds absolutely boiling will kUleveryJ smut spore To dip a grain of wheat into a weak solution of bluer stone is as surely fatal to the spore as a dose of arsenic to a rat The blue tone treatment has long been vogue but the hot water is of more recent suggestion The hot water plan has not fount acceptance because farmers ha not ordinarily tanks where wet can be heated and Jhe wheat dipped and conveniently The iankdipping of a sack of wheat does a cool the water below the killing point and the hot water plan im plies tho drying of the grain aftilie wards Bluestone does vitality of wbeatand the judgment in the light of a lifelong experience with hot water for the sprouting of many kinds of seeds and bluestone for the killing of many other kinds is that farmers ordinarily do not use the water hot enough qnd that their solutions of bluestone are too 1strong To manipulate with accu racy a watch a seed sack and a thermometer imply good practice To be able to tell just how muo bluestone to apply toa given amount of teed ur foliage and ac complish the purpose in mind aijd do no harm is also good practice If five pounds of bluestone dissolved in ten of wu reelaridbushels of wheat if the rose u 1 7f4 S7t5t k fine and the shoveling activothe grain can be sown in three hours with hardly an evidence of moisture and tho assurance that every grain is perfectly immune of vital smut spores To use a less degree 10 heat than needed to kill an attached tr parasitic seed is effort wast cU To plunge a seed into quicklyT boiling water for ten then cool it in cold water will do stroy any living exterior thing be cause the smaller seed is heated EIsgroenwlllkillit In such strength as to blister foliage The general practice the use of purls green for ona purpose is correct hut in thin ueu bluestone our failure to see ni ce the haven doho inclines tq so ions much too strong Ky Fur RElU and BreederNEDlhe Republican Committee of county met at the Courthouse Tuesday afternoon to determine the question of putting out a ticket for unty offices and Representative Luerthe Committee It was decided hold meeting in erich precinct 8 CadRenubllcau voter wanted a frillHoand whom they favored for ces said delegates to orient hero in ytuThe Republicans are divided on theHaject uf nominating a full MARK TWAIN BECAME RICH A good story of a recent conver ba between Mr Howells and rk Twain is going the rounds rk Twain was relating some of experiences before ho became mous My difficulties taught some thrift he observed But ever knew whether it was wiser spend my lust nickel for a cigar smoke or for an apple to devour I am astounded returned llr- oweIItht a person of so little cision should meet with su much rldly success Mark Twain nodded gravely Indecision about spending mon he remarked is worthy ot cultivation When I couldnt decide what to buy with my last nick 1 kept it and so became rich PAINTINGc Now is the time to ha painting papering done do firstrlo If Dri1iDSHW At W UlcIBTIRH DENTIST Over Outlook Office and OwingavHIe Banking Cowponys Building OWINGSVILLE KY eTHOS J JONES Livery Feed Sale Stable OWINCSVILLEKY Headquarters for horse and nn ln dealers Telep jne connection with Preston Station O RAILWAY Trains 22 and 23 carry Dining service Meals iilacarte TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT 271903 num or TniINs TPRBBTONSTATION Eastbound No 26 954 am No 22 1249 p m o 24 1005 p m Westbound No 21 648 a m No 23 143 p m No 25 344 p m Nos 26 and 23 daily ex ept Sunday all others aily Accident Insurance A few weeks ago I insur ed Elder TW Harrison against accident and ill venessA few days later he was kicked on the elbow by a horse he was curry ng and injured so that hel- Ot was laid up several days fly company has just paid him 860 insurance Do you know you are as likely to get hurt as he Come in and hear my proposition I will insure you against everything in the way of accident or sickness It wont cost much but if it is inconvenient for you to pay cash I will take your note Isnt that fair JAMES M ROSS Owingsville Ky Day phone 57 Night phone 34 tboThe Outlook and dail Post one year dr 385 c 0 tT I rn i 1 t H I i t NOW IS THE TIMA0 1 sate tflonef u tJUgrv tIattl lR I fuivo ttinre ltarrfess And Issuer ttiatnewleiiiIme t Everyone knows that my Ky Spring Saddles ore the best saddle fhad hey ride easier look better and wear longer then any middle Made tIjwhere Come and seo lao and I will savo you money j rI aUiyoUfs for the best Saddles and rirfrrfcsffi s i UGENE MINIHAN Owingsvifc r t i2tS 5 RACKET STORE 1 IWe have on our Itill goods V direct from 5 s j ew York and so lbwyoucarit resist bu oIti lUg Medallions I 15 be Hand Satchel wv 50 40360 nch Boxes c l Sc Book Straps lOx day Clocks 187 ll hells 100- ff Holders pi1 50- rse Rafcpa- 2s3 3G 25o Butt Door Hinges pro8cIates 85i- anite Chambers 30e ness Pads 15c Leather Riding Bridles aio on you and 140 f7Best S5SItuncy 25 2 sets Knitting f Kid doz 511 fdoz 6 Wir Ilairplnr bunch 2c ay Dress Sic fCanton J Bed yd 15 IO6f HUlldkerelucf for iopar5 i Wood 5kCASH PAID FOR EGGS 1t E W HEFLIN Hi GO TO i 1 wMAToHIsoNQLWery f j r v fT r Jt OWINOSVILLEPKY e 14 A fctWhenL tfJr class in ywy- t r nectc f f f tilt4NJ v i S FKESH ANDJST fA Atchisoii feeds your horses ut fe ltr 3 s prices Sales made on commfesi6ife 2 tPjl trains met at Preston at low ctrgcY- ATCHISON LIVERYMAN i j1f lOwingsville V ZJ WM R PETERS jBETHELDealer in Furniture Also TJndert rf i t- f f trv Funeral Director and Fmbalmer Calls promptlyobeyedday or night f f KENTUCKY u DID 6 STATE FAIR r AT LEXINGTON September 18- 23BIGDAVS IN PREMIUMS 125000 6 j PREMIUMS 1GREATEST DISPLAY OF STOCKiI r- AND AGR1CULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ojc ATTEMPTED IN 9 9 Novel AttractiOns Magnificent Exhibitions Famous DUSS BAND of Pieces For Ce4eJogH er Inform Ltlon AddiaYGEO ABAINISecretary Lexington Ky Get The Outlooks prices Job Work of every kind and see samples and you will see we can do better work at lower prices than can get elsewhereThe Weeki Commercial Gazette year for 1 t i J iiViJj tJtoIWlr i o 7 t j t Calicoes S Lndi8 Collars Needles 5a Curlers Safety Tins GingiinwsaadPcrcalesyd Cotton yd 8 65o1Ticking i Pillow Rim Sieves rt All Ky f 1 57i t t IN THE LIVE THE SOUTH 2 The 40 Further ff J1r Byii Special Arrangenicuit yiju can get The Outloolc t J iand The WEEKLY 1 f4 ti M JOtttNALboQ J ri j 1 Ji1t ctr 4L n t o i 1t k 4 iI nt+ lriI 8t j W J 0 h mc1 5t4 j 5T li tto i 1itJ 4 t y ot v l A JA k It t i tK t 1 iiI i f J llIbuItf j to Jo fi01 I sNTUCICf k 1 c 1 i f r f CONFESSIONr iv t fM4 i little boy with wofderlnR eyes a t That for the light of knwlroKc yearn Who have such fnlth that I am wife And know the things that you would I I1learni Though oft I shake my head and smile + b To hear your childish questions now t uImust not meet your faith with guile o I cannot tell I do not know Pear little boy with eager heArt i on tho quest of truth iiYour riddles oft are past my art To answer to your tender youth r flit some lay you will understand The things that now I cannot say When life shall take you by the hand And lead you on Its wondrous way Dear little boy with hand In mine y Together through the world we fare Where much that I would fain divine I have not yet the strength to War Like you with riddling words I ask LIke you I hold another hand And haply when I do my task I too shall understand P McArthur In Youths Compani- ona1 4F r L A ROSE OF J I I NORMANDY TOXUst I I B A TTCLSOH f t CHAPTER VIHCoxTiNUEa J A contemptible Jos that he said J looking steadily at him who would subject a lady to such indignity and f alarm worthy only to be spat upon The topic of conversation changed and Tonti a prey to a mixture of emo wtIQ wishing to be alone sauntered S lowlyaway from the circle where he o had been A moment later a hand was t laid upon his shoulder and a voice 3 t deep with passion exclaimed u You may have an opportunity to rspit upon the contemptible cur you mention sir capltalne or be appro t I priately spitted by my sword and at f the same Instant a gauntlet was r thrown at his feeta 4tF Tontllooked up and seeing It was l the Comte de MIron who spoke care i s j fully brushed away at the spot on his 4r shoulder where his fingers had rested and replied contemptuously ah You know the recent edict of the I king against duelling you are safe In i your offer The Comte flushed Drive In a I Rr coach tomorrow at noon along tho r V Chemln de Clamar I shall meet you coming from tho other direction Our I drivers can be Instructed to collide op 4 posite Mont Parnasse we can leap forth and with the collision as a pre text we can fight as though it were a l iBudden matter No seconds need be i H pr sen so thtt nope may know l j I accept exclaimed TontJ picking p Cuptht Iove SWOrdS asked the Comte a N tb IIwords i rf t rance 1iIYery death 1ClAPTER1X t ES A ROADSID MEETING FLIGHT2ronUhl the Jig he explained to Pompon Sqf his diJv nil o dered i t jiatll 10f nthen i X vnd to La aa jllaining everything leaving V t whatever share of the burled fI t Pompon was willing to give k v ld wishing hhn well in his ex i r JOBS and expressing sincere re 7 o sreft t question of honor had come up for Battlement Jus as they were h 4P about t9 start He sealed and ad j 4 dressed It with Instructions to Porn f if I poJttfi deliver same in cue of his a I i death Heathen divested himself of a portion of his clothing and practiced f for a full hour making passes feints fS a and guards so that his joints and p f muscles would not be stiff when the i time of need arrived frPompoDVhO had been sent to order I J a coach not baring returned and It hea4 a for him on the table and girding on his sword placed F the handkerchief with the letter Ri Z upon it jthikh J bosom and left the hlsrwt 1 reaching the street that a fine rain s Z cwasJ Ilhigr At the Louvre he found l4t a coach walling and he was soon roll f fag across the nearest bridge through fo the Porte Dauphin along the Rue du 1I Four and into the Rue de Chasse e Midy then past the establishment of 4 thi Les Religi uses du St Esprit to the ft r Chemla de Clamor By this time tb71oi t K city Was left behind and they drove J through a sparsely built suburban re t ar it glot1kck of the Convent des Char + treuses The open fleWs In this quar z teeIfavorIte duelling grounds es f p xlaHy those about a slight eleva 7edt 1 tloV O ground called Mont Pnrnassc a which they BOW approached I r Knowing that the carriage contaln 0 o 5 ihg the Comte de MIroa would soon r meet his and that thocolllslon which t 1wastobethepretex of the duel was l Imminent he withdrew the handker t chief from its hidingplace and kissed t H before returning It Then r Jiavjngiplbosencd his sword In iU sheath he awtltcd the end Impatiently 4 Presently he heard the warning shouts J 1 of hU driver mingled with oaths and trf Imprecations from another tongue A thaitLt stopped and alighting he found t1 f the vehicle with which theYhadcoh led oa Its aide is the ditch with the Comte de MIroa climbing through itt 1 opw door face spattered with mud VthfRpreseatliwalked across Ute some paces distance from r1 teiiV- carriages TontlE driver accons rJIaYlagthem to render any assist fj o j aJBce needed in removing their outer tlrd Vgsrments while the other remained i with tbe bones The preliminaries i LelBg arranged the two men raced Votheiil En garde cried the Comte de MIroa Twtween his teeth t4 fl I En garde1 came from Tontl Is s1iw and the on la a few moments that neither had a weak op tt t Vjoanttberorel1lmEiCh tried the 1eUttrclth all the commoner thrusts r 4 hll ready With a parry IF iat Titl Ia order to tire his an y t asd thus make It easier when fJft t YJ k tMkejr Mm maintained the J r4uy His thoughts wan J before him rt 2scese= li r a the samen JL nOlji l seteicay gZ1ng 1 pIo r vtV- I t i I pe realized now ttr aead or1 her II rjJl r J L s l pages o 4 J 7 r 1 j + otL1 I I 1 lc4 J 1 Z 4li 11f r ir tJ 3 I11 f 1l J L fA1i ltiIr Rj ot c 7f f ti i tI 1Jf ul 4 N iia 9 qC h itIacoiJ4t 7 4 0 J 4 itl fpi4rt r1rHi n J rr r tt aI it rr qiftf i rller i t2O n Y t W ro r v 2i rV JL book they looked into his own with a friendly tvze But as he looked they suddenly changed and a gleam of terror and horror filled them as though they saw a terrible sight and hr hand was raised as though In warningAt Instant the Comte de Miron pretended to slip antI Tonti Involun tarily raised his swordpoint to enable him to recover his footing The look of terror in the face of the one he lovel brought him suddenly back to a run realization of his surroundings But it was too late The comte count Ing upon tho honor and generosity of his foe when he perceived his mis step and seeing the point of Tontls sword raised made a sudden lunge a twist and upward movement and Tontls sword was hurled from his hand and lighted point downward In the earth just outside his reach Then Tonti realized his dancer for his foe with unrepressed hatred gleaming in his eye made for him as he stood un armed and defenseless before him It was but a seconds duration but Tontls thought flew back to the street where they had met and ho heard again the voice he loved cautioning him against the treachery of the man before him He saw the loved eyes quiver yet gaze at him admiringly as he met his death bravely and without flinching Fully realizing the Impos sibility of escaping assassination he resolved not to shrink before Ills treacherous foe so with a look of con tempt In his eye and the words For you my Rose In his heart he awaited the Impact of the deadly weapon Just as the end of his enemys sword was about to enter his breast the clicking of other steel was heard and the point was stnick up harmlessly In the air Tontls driver who had stood very near during the combat seeing his plight had suddenly dropped the cloaks ho was holding and draw- Ing a sword from the depths of the greatcoat in which he was muffled had parried tile blow Wretch he said contemptuously to the Comte do Miron Tontl with a spring recovered his sword and returned to the attack Before he had had but little heart In the battle meaning only to Inflict some trifling wound knowing that were he Involved in any mortal combat the chances would be that Colbert would seize that as a pretext for detaining him despite the kings protection and La Salle would have to sail without him But now blinded by the fury aroused by the vile trick of his opponent he attacked him with all his skill and strength Before I count ten M le Compte he said slowly you shall die and beginning to count each stroke he pressed his antagonist hard reserving a halfforgotten trick of the sword learned in Italy for the final The Comte de Miron responded with equal fury of attack and defense but as he heard Tonti count so confidently and saw the smile of triumph on his face he weakened and the sacrilegious charm he wore seemed to burn a bright red spot In his chest as a sign to Tonti where to strike OneA flew between the blades TwoThe sword play became more furl ousaThree The combatants shifted their post tions continuously Four r The breathing of the Comtcxle Miron grew shorter and more rapid 4Ejve1 His thrusts became wilder and his with0tRJnpoelentV jAas Toot calmly turned aside a quick stroke on which he had counted much Seven1 His attack weakened and ho glanced out of the corner of his eye to see if Tontls driver were near enough for him to suddenly seize and pull the man In front of him to receive the fa tal blow In his body knowlng that before Tonti could withdraw his sword be would be at the comtes mercy Eight The base plan was impossible of execution as the driver now stood far to one side He then thought of es cape by flight gaining one of the horses and fleeing to the city There were no seconds present to witness this cowardly action and he could easily bribe the two drivers to dis credit any version Tonti might give of the affair This too he perceived was futile as Tonti stood between him and the road where the horses were stand IngNine All hope was now gone and a name less terror seized him That curstd charm burned still brighter over his heart He vaguely thought of throwing away his sword and falling on his knees to implore mercy from his foe Had this plan occurred to him when he was still himself calm and reason able he might have done so but now with his brain awhirl and the shak ing tear In possession of him he Judged Tonti by his own standards of honor and believed that he would in turn assassinate hIm In cold blood even as he had attempted to do himself but a short time before mis last hope was gone Perhaps the charm xTenA cry of tear broke from him and with It came a last appeal to satan for assistanceAt word Tontl executed the stroke he had planned hit foes sword was turned and his own swordpoint running along inside his guard entered his breast above the heart and he sank to theground with a groan while a red stream gushed from his mouth and chest Dead dogs do not ttestlll this is bad work mon ami we must leave quickly said a familiar voice and orhisfore they could say anything further the driver of the other carriage ran up and presented a note to Tonti It was written In a feminine hand and ran asfol1osV wIUbeonce without returning to the city Obey luggetsusplclol8lpon he questioned the driver end av oring tc elicit from him some Informa writerbut yonderoutrorBtUape produceJt8li yourslJlreach the end of your rodto whom soever asks for it Further than that- I caaaot speak but I you make hasteVPompon approached during this- peech t r MVVVV 5 I C Q i r treaehIIerrtutu to tho city we shall surely not escape I prefer the chances of treach ery In the open country to a certainty of tho Bastille in Paris It is better to make conditions I the brush than In prison Thinking some such emer gency might arise I brought some of your clothes our supply of money and a few things lor myself They are under the scat of my carriage shall set them Tonti finally yielded and the two leaving the dying man In care of the agent of their unknown friend they proceeded In the direction pointed out Behind the trees stood two magnificent English horses all ready for the road with provender for beast and food and drink for the men attached to the saddle while on one was tied a little bag of money to provide against emer gencies Wo shall return this at the first relay said Tonti as they swung Into the road at a good gallop Ma fol I do not object to using a strangers horses to make my escape but I will not touch his gold Judging by the fodder for the horses they think that there Is urgent need of our not losing time by stop ping to feed them We have ten leagues before us and that means five good hours of saddle work How ever with another mans horses and your own whip one can accomplish a great deal was Pompons advice As they warmed to their task the horses showed their splendid breeding and staying powers On they went all the afternoon through the heavy rain that had closed down upon them Towards dark the signs of approach to a town much larger than the villages they had passed through warned them of their first haltingplace Just before crossing a small bridge two men sprang out and seized both horses by the bridles at the same time each presented a loaded pistol at their heads t We want no money gentlemen came a gruff voice from one of them we need Jewelry Have you any rings about you Tonti looked at Pompon who nodded He then handed the ring which the unknown had provided them with to the speaker who took It and after disappearing to some nook where he had the means of making aUght to examine It returned In a few mo mentsThey are the ones said he to his companion as he returned the ring to Tonti At this the bridles were re leased and the men removed their hats You must be In Orleans by morning the leader said respectful ly Walt here and refresh yourselves with the food and wine you have with you We shall return shortly bringing fresh horses In due time they were on their way again on new mounts feeling heartened by the wine and food consumed On through the drizzling night they went Pompon showing a strange fa miliarity with the road whenever any question of that character arose Thus they advanced showing the talismanic circlet whenever required and receiving In return fresh horses a hidingplace to sleep and different disguises so that their progress could not be traced On they fared through Blols Tours and Chinon London and Parthenay and over the mountains to Fontenay Here their mysterious ring procured them a guide who conducted them by a roundabout way avoiding the city of La Rochelle itself to the coast and along the waters edge to a cave worn by the wavcu out of the rocky whereAier tfIiMoTcrlooktl1- 8arborl see the hiN sdiut Hon ore that was to bear them to new lands riding nt anchor not half a league away They watched It day by day as boatloads of provisions cannon soldiers and passengers were taken out and placed on board Their faithful guide remained with them going out at night for food and for In formation relative to the progress of the vessels lading Thus passed several weeks and they were beginning to weary of their confinement when news came that La Salle had arrived and that the vessel would sail at the turn of the tide the next evening Their guide also learned that a thorough search orthe ship had been made for them by the soldiers and that a final visit would be made before dark At length the day darkened and the night came on A small fishermans boat that bad been at work all the afternoon near by drew In towards the shore as night fell and soon a signal from their ally brought It close to them Tonti surrendered the ring upon request and sought to repay their guide but as In all the other cases he refused the offered money So help- Ing them into the boat he waved a goodby from shore as they fast din appeared In the darkness The boatman pulled hard at the oars and thfY soon fund themselves nearing the ship A few lights on her decks served to render the confusion existing there visible but they were not bright enough to Illuminate the waters about the vessel while the noise of departureher anchor was already raised and her small forward sails setmade a cautious approach unnecessary At last they found themselves directly under her stern- a dthe rippling of the water warnel them to hasten ere she got fully uri der weigh By the advice of the bokt man Pompon agile as a cat stung himself upon 10 a small swinging scaffold that had been used In paint Ing the stern of the vessel and had been overlooked in the hurry of sail ing with a small leather pouch tied to his body that he had brought with him from Paris Tonti then handed up his sword arid with a parting boost from the boatman soon found himself crouched alongside Pompon A fragile swaying seat it was Indeed but safe for they would not dare to climb to the deck above until the vessel had cleared the harbor Thus did three men sail on the Saint Honore parting from the sunny dor France with diverse emotions In the stern stoo4 La Salle looking back at the fastreceding lights of La Rochelle murmuring the words of tha plaintive song of Mary Stuart as she sailed from Calais ptlllsantpaIAdl La plus cherlr jul a nourrlt Mabelie enfance adieu Yet tinged as was his mind with re gret at leaving civilization and the new love that tad arisen in his heart he still looked forward with eagerness to the great task before him All was Eccondary to this For this he lived for this he would die poslUonIcrartyIescape from the land and the wonvn that had both used him so ill Another man beside him as the a ctantstretched towards the shore a Laud trembling with anew and sweet emo JIllITo Be Continued t j Ki r 7 VV I JACOB AT- HARANPART IILovf Sfvtre Test- 1 OUR BIBLE STORY by theHlihway and Byway Preacher A Vision Betwetn thi Llnesof Cods I Inspired Word I ICopjrlf tit Itttb7 i JL Edioui Scripture Authority And Iaban said unto Jacob because thou art my brother sliouldcst thou therefore serve me for naught Tell me what shall thy wages beT And Laban had two daughters the name of the elder was Leah and the name of the younger was Rachel Leah was ten der eyed but Rachel was beautiful and wellfavored And Jacob loved Rachel and said I will serve thee seven years for Itachel thy younger daughter And Laban said It Is better that I give her to thee than that should give her toanotherman abide with me And Jacob served seven years for Rachel and they seemed unto him but a few days for the love he had to heron 9l5OIACOB could not sleep that night In truth ho did not care to so sweet and delightful were his thoughts for they centered about the girl with whom he had walked home that evening and whose tender assurances that she had missed him still echoed and re echoed through his heart when he had departed from home and his father had charged him to take a wife of the daughters of his mothers brother he had thought little of It In fact his mind had been so filled with the fear of his brothers threat that his going was prompted by anxiety for his own safety rather than the sentimental one of marriage Once or twice on the long Journey to Haran his fathers last words had recurred to him and his cool calculating grasping nature had led him to scheme how the taking of a wife might be tohia advantage No thought of love or sentiment Such feelings seemed quite foreign to his nature He approached the subject of marriage Just as he might have considered a trade in cattle or sheep or the purchase of a new mantle or rug from some Egyptian trader How could he get the best of the bargain How could he make the most out of it for Jacob Such had been his feelings prior to his coming to Haran and meet- Ing the fair Rachel And now the schem ing crafty grasping Jacob had given place to a new Jacob with a real heart of flesh and blood He arose and passed out into the night Tbs soft glow of the moon the cheery flashing of the myriad stars the gentle murmur of the breezes and the content ed chirping and bus of the insects all seemed to be in friendly harmony with his own thoughts and spirit A new sym pathy seemed to awaken In his heart to the nature about him and as he drew near the place where the night before he had so unexpectedly met Rachel he paused and exclaimed ferventlyV How beautiful It all Is How delight ful Is this placeVHe threw himself on the ground at the foot of the tree where he had sat the night before It almost seemed he could feel again the touch of Rachels hand and hear her softlyspoken words of weicomeVShe shall be mine he broke out as though In answer to the yearning of h witlVagk4aban for r hand Ib jnarrIage on morrow VButP he coijtintreu as blst clou led what have I to offer No treasure of gold or sliver or precious stones No cattleV And his mind went back to the abun dance which Bis father possessed Oh why did they send me empty away Why if they wished me to take a wife did they not provide suit able gifts Must I come like a beggar And Jacob now thoroughly miserable in the face of the new dUn culty arose impatiently and paced back and forth He could not go back home for fear of Esau What could he do Must he give up his Rachel At that moment a commotion in the direction of the eheepfold caught his attention Instantly all the instincts of the careful faithful shepherd were aroused within him The emotions of his heart and the troubles which con fronted him were forgotten In the race of the peril to the sheep The terrified bleating coming from the inclosure spurred him on and as he ran he picked up a big stick over which he stumbled The bright moonlight showed him where the beast had broken through the walls of the corral and he knew that only the power ful blows of some giant beast could have made such a hole With the sheep in peril he never gave a thought to the danger to him self tut sprang Into the inclosure Iwhlie he took a fresh grip upon his club Already three sheep lay bleeding on the ground and the tawny form of the lion could be seen on the other side fiercely tearing at a fourth and sucking its lifes blood Its tall swished back and forth on the ground defiantly and Its blazing eyes like balls of fire watched Jacob as he fearless ly advanced With an angry roar it sprang Into the air to meet Its new foe Jacob braced himself and swinging his knotted club with all his might he caught the beast on one of Its forelegs breaking it and swerving its great body to one tide Just enough to miss striking him With a terrible howl of rage and pain it turned and in spite of its disabled leg it again leaped forward Again the swish of the club sounded and this time the crashingdownsuch tremendous force that the bone was shattered But the blow was not sufficient to cheek the momentum of the huge body and before Jacob could spring to one side it struck him and he fell to the ground with the lion on top of him That was the last Jacob knew until he found himself lying on the cot In his ttnt with the anxious faces of the family bending over him Feeling better now Laban asked anxiously That was a close call you hadWhat is the matter What has hap pened Jacob asked in confusion looking from one face to another as be raised hinwulf on his elbow Then like a flash the memory of the strug Coal Pound in India India being the native heath of some of the worlds finest diamonds It shouia scarcely be a matter for sur prise that it should also now be discovered to be the home of coal the ancient ancestors of diamonds The finding of coal In the neighborhood of Srinagar hat been verified and it Is proposed to build a railway from that city to Jammu This coal Is In all cases friable and the percentage of ash Is high This Is the result of excessive crushing la the earth fAciV VV VV V 3ffitfIo f J lie in the sheepfold came to him and he asked eagerly And the lion Dead ejaculated Laban That was a finishing blow that you gave him But he caught you some pretty vicious digs with his claws during his death struggles Well no bones are broken any way Jacob rejoined struggling to his feet and swinging his arms and his legs by way of testing Nothing worse than a few bruises and ugly scratches Oh Jacob I am no thankful sobbed Rachel smiling through her tearsHow came you out by the sheepfold broke In Laban curiously The question carried Jacob back to the meditations of the night before He did not know what to answer In confusion he looked from Rachels face to that of Laban and at last blurted outI was thinking thinking about going home he finished up his cour age failing him to tell the exact truth Labans face fell and disappointment was In his voice as he hastily rejoined Nay nay abide here Thou canst not do better Because thou art my brother shouldest thou therefore serve me for naught Tell me what shall thy wages beT Wages thought Jacob He raised his eyes to those of Rachel who was looking at him appealingly and a hap py thought struck him- I will serve thee for Rachel thy younger daughter he exclaimed boldlyLaban felt the nudge his wife gave hIm He heard her whispered worilo Remember Leah He knew what she meant but Laban was driving a bar gain now and not considering the fine points of the customs of his people Whether or not It was right to give the younger in marriage before the elder he cared not just then He would make the bargain first and settle that point later The first consternation which he had felt when Jacob had hinted that he was glng home bad now given place to the sharp dealing of the trickster With the subtlety of the trained bargainer when he realizes that he holds the trump card and can play it when he will he responded with apparent reluctance Well It Is better that I give her to thee than that I should give her to another man and then added But how long shall thy service be What could Jacob say He could not bargain for his beloved Rachel as he would for a camel or a sheep Love must name a goodly price- I will serve thee seven years ho saidSeven years responded Laban quickly wondering If he had heard cor rectly Be it as thou hast said and he chuckled to himself as he walked away leaving the family group in em barrassed silence And youre going to sta7P whispered Rachel as she came to Jacobs sideFor you he responded eagerly Oh Im so happy and tlfi fait Rachel blushed prettily and then not ing the frown on her mothers face she hurried away and busied hersel with her morning work Jacobs eyes followed her What was that A sob Ha turned and caught- a fleeting glimpse of Leah e s she disappeared In her mothers tent but he was too happy to wonder long tot Rachel was betrothed to him and the years would soon slip by But the crafty Jacob was to learn raany a lesson In sharp dealing at tire hands of the craftier Labari1 and pyr again was he Reminded of hisvrsubtlety In dealing with his brother and father by some sharp practice a the hands of Laban But dspite the hardships despite the exactions of his grasping master the years passed swiftly The glimpses he had of his fair Rachel and the occasional smile and bit of conversation on his brier visits to Labans home after the long seasons in the distant valleys with the sheep and cattle were like the refreshing oases In the desert to the travelerj and made him patient in his service Under his wise faithful care the flocks and herds of Laban Increased until the man became very rick Five years six years went by and the seventh had begun Ah my love Jacob said gayly ai he departed after one ot his brief vis- Its only a few more months now and I shall claim thee as my bride Laban overheard the words as ha was sitting in the shadow of his tent and he muttered to himself Not If Laban knows it Seven years are too little anyway And ris- Ing he sought out his wire and had long talk with her And Leah shall be given to him in stead of Rachel Thy plan Is good I will manage it And Labans wife smiled cunningly as she resumed her work and Laban departed Seven more years Jacob Ah I feared thy love would not endure the testMy love I care not now now that I have thee The seven years I served for thee seemed as but a few days be cause of my love for thee and now with thee at my side my chosen bride think you Rachel that seven more years will not quickly pass They stood in the spot where seven years before they had met Like a dreadful nightmare seemed the week which had just passedthe cruel de- ceptiOn the separation the days pf doubt and suffering Those were dark days In fierce anger Jacob had chided Ifn for his duplicity and Rachel shut In the retreat where her mother bad placed her had raved like a mad woman and mourned her Jacob as lost to her But the sunshine had broken through the clouds at last and Jacob had claimed her as his wife after he had promised the designing avaricious Laban that he would serve yet seven other years for Rachel And now Jacob was going with his flocks again to begin another seven years ot servi tude but as they stood thereJacob with his strong arm encircling Rachels fair form and Rachel lifting her beau tiful face and smiling with joyful eyes Into histhis future looked bright and they were full of hope for they had each other Jacob do you remember your lad der and the angels and Gods prom lsetVYea love and some day we shall go back and possess the land of which God spoke Wasted Lives In London nearly 8000 individuals die year by year from consumption and another 8000 die from other forms of tuberculosis Sixteen thousand individuals are sacrificed every year to a preventable disease which owes its origin to filth- MillionDollar Tomb The finest tomb In Great Britain is un doubtedly that of the duke of Hamilton in the grounds of the dukes seat It oat over 200000 y+i 1F 1 Vat c- I FTTJTTiIl A SlxYearOld Boy Shot and Killed the Baby Newport Ky Sept 2A tragedy In Babyland was enacted Friday afternoon at the home of George Meyer a farmer residing about nine miles back of Newport on the Licking pike In Campbell county Innocence was the victim of Innocence and the life less form of Meyerte 12monthsoM daughter reposes on oho couch where she peacefully slept wtien the slxyear old brother crept up and fired a ball into her breast The parents were out In a field digging onions and left the little son Erwin at the house to care for the baby Mr Meyer kept a revolver under the pillow of his bed for use In case of burglars Erwin found the weapon and began playing with it Just what happened after 1m gained possession of the revolver Is not known aa the lad was too badly frightened to snake a rational statement Mr and Mrs Meyer heard the report of a gun and running to tho house saw their baby In the throes of death on the bed on which but a short time before tho mother had placed her Her lifeblood was trickling out of a wound In the right breast Tho deadly weapon was lying on the floor FIRE AT FLEMINGSBURG Nearly the Whole of the Buslnes Dl trlct Burned Flemlngsburg Ky Sept 2Thls place was visited by a destructive fire and beforo It could be gotten under control almost the entire business din trict was consumed together with both newspaper plants Tho fire start ed near the depot and It was found the engine would not work Aid was asked of Maysvllle at 3 oclock but there Is nothing there save the water works When the engine was repaired the following places had been consumed C F A depot S P Manly dry goods C A Glascock racket store C L Dudley farming implement Collins Crane farming implements Harry Andrews undertaker and furniture Heathlngton Sc Kack Icy dry goods R H Kenner hard ware D M Wilson farm machinery TimesDemocrat and Gazette The loss will approximate 75000 with very little Insurance SUCCEEDS POYNTZ RG Phillips Is Chosen Secretary By the State Election Commission Frankfort Ky Sept IThe state election commission elected R G Phil IIpsof Kardln countv as secretary to succeed Ollie M Poyntz J L Fer guson was appointed democratic com- mIssioner In Hopkins county and A C Garden In Hart county On motion of Commissioner Burnam republican a change was made in Garrard county by substituting H H Batson fur Cal via Nevttw as a republican commis loner The board will meet again September 8o select the democratic commissioners In Bath Davless Ma goffln Marshall Whitley and Union EViCSVHis Nerve Failed Him Tawrenceburg Ky Aug 31JamesV Bass In Jail here eonres ing entered a conspiracy with W II York to kill the lattern aged brother James It York flask says his nerve failed him and be failed to keep his appointment W H York Is In Jail at Louisville for the murder of his brotherVA 20000 Damage Suit New Castle Ky Sept 2Joseph HosUlns as administrator of his son Leonard Hosklns has brought suit in the Henry circuit court against the L N Railroad Co for 20000 damages on account of the killing of the son by a train hi Louisville last No ember Back Tax Suits Dismissed Henderson Ky Aug 31The fob lowing back tax suits Instituted by Revenue Agent George H Alexander were dismissed Henderson cotton mills Winstead Distilling Co V L Clore Sons Coqulllard wagon works and the George Delker Co Keeneland Farm Sold Lexington Ky Aug 31Mr J N Mackey of Lbs Angeles Cat has purchased of Ms slstcrInlaw Mrs R E Smith her property on the Versailles pike known as Keeneland and pre seated It to his wife who was Miss Stella Kecne Motor Car Exploded Mt Sterling Ky Aug 31c H Boughton superintendent of the Ash land division of the C O railroad was seriously injured on the Big San dy road In company with other men be was going over tho road In a motor car when the machine exploded Fancy Price Fpr Export Steers Mt Sterling Ky Sept 2cC Mc Donald purchased for Swartzchlld Sulzbergcr of New York 302 export steers from George G and J C Hamilton at a fancy figure The cattle will weigh 1500 pounds and the aggregate price is 27500 Warrant For Waters Louisville Ky Sept2A warrant was Issued for John H Waters the Sellersburg Ind banker who con fessed the forgery ot 8000 worth of notes Writers it Is said offers to settleVIStandard Oil Fined Owensboro Ky Sept 2The Stand ard Oil Co was fined 10 for peddling oil in Qwensboro Sixtythree other cases were dismissed on the decision of tbe court of appeals that only one tine for this offense can be assessed In a year ExConfederate Soldier Dies Murray Ky Sept 2James Farris aged 60 years a wellknown citi zen of the county died of consump Urns at his home east of the city He was an exconfederate soldier He leaves a largo family Will Test Right To Vaccinate Lexington Ky Aug 31The board of health has stirred up a controversy with Rev E Snodgrass by an order re cently Issued that all children be vac cinated before entering the public schools Rev Snodgrass will test the case In court Dr J W Jacktons Remains London Ky Sept 1The remains ot Dr James W Jackson who died In a sanitarium at Sherman Tex a few days ago arrived hero and were taken to Farlston five miles south of here for burial VV VVV- Alfred Ray Instantly Killed and Wm Blain Fatally Shot Louisville Ky Aug 31 AlfrcS Ray was Instantly killed and William Dlain was fatally shot during a row on northbound train No 24 of the Louisville Nashville railroad The shooting occurred as the train was nearing Stephenson Ky at which place the two victims lived John Hucbank the negro porter on tie traits is In Jail at Hardlnsburg charged with murder and a colored woman U held as u witness and possible partici pant in the affray According to the statement of the trainmen Ray and Blain with a number of friends board ed the train nt Hallsville All had been shrinking and became involved In troubje with the conductor over the payment of fares Later as the negro Huebauk entered the coach set apart for negroes where the white men had established themselves It Is alleged that Ray and Blaln and the others vio lently abused him and a negro woman passenger The shooting followed but the conductor of the train was unable to state whether the porter or the ne gro woman or both used revolvers A HUNG JURY Warrant Based on Bribery Affidavit la Out For Christian Russcllvillc Ky Sept 2The Jury In the Fletcher criminal assault trial was discharged as It was hopelessly hung The Jury stood 11 for the death penalty and one N E Christian for 20 years in the penitentiary There Is much dissatisfaction with the ver diet and the people of this community who had been calculating and Insisting on a verdct of guilty are again mut tering the same kind of threats that brought troops here to protect the prisoners It is claimed that Jesse Fletcher told Christian to meet him at Clarks boarding house and he woulu give him the rest of the mon ey In fact an affidavit has been sworn to that effect and a warrant is sued for Christian charging him with bribery Christian at the depot before he was advised by several to leavo town was very nervous He remarked Yes men I want to get out 03 quick as possible TO HIDE A ROBBERY Residence Was Fired and the Occu pants Barely Escaped Louisville Ky Sept 1After btl Ing robbed of all Its valuable contents the residence ot Joshua B Rowlett 1910 Fourth avenue was fired by thieves and the three occupants nan rowly escaped with their lives Short ly after 2 oclock Mrs Rowlett was awakened by a reeling of suffocation and a second later saw a flame shoot past the window within two feet of her bed She hurriedly awakened her ljus band and her nephew in the adjoining room and they mailf for the front door but were cut oft by flames They as cended to the roof and escaped by breaking the skylight of the adjoining house and flnaliy reached the street The house was damaged to the extent of 3000 and Mr Rowlett does not know what was stolen There is no clew to the identity ot the burglars Yellow Fever Mosquito in Owensboro Owensboro Ky Aug Si Several days ago a mosquito was sent from here to New Orleans with the request that it be examined by the health au thorities Wednesday Judge Triplett of Owensboro received a letter from Dr J H White of the marine hospital at New Orleans stating that beyond all question the specimen sent was a yellow fever mosquito Dr White has requested that a number of Owensboro mosquitoes be sent so that a tborougk examination could be made Why They Shot at Him Mtddlcsboro Ky Sept Jc Moses Brooks a mall carrier on route No 2 from Ewing Va was shot at twice from ambush He was hit in the left arm He had two registered letters containing 2000 Government offi cern are hunting for the guilty parties A New Railway Camptoti Ky Sept LJohn and Floyd Day the promoters of a railroad from Natural Bridge Powell county to this place have secured the right of way and grading will begin on the road at once and will be completed to this place by the first of January MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept 8 CATTLE Common 3 50 4 00 Heavy steers 6 00 CALVES Extra 8 00 HOGS Ch packers 25 6 30 Mixed packers 6 10 6 25 SHEEP Extra 4 35 4 50 LAMBS Spring 7 00 8 00 FLOUR Spring pat C 65 5 90 WHEAT No 2 red 83 84 No 3 red 7 CORN No 2 mixedVVV 55 No 2 white 56 OATS No 2 mixed 28 284 RYE No 2 58 G 59 HAY Ch timothy 1225 PORK Clear mess 16 85 LARD Steam 8 37 4 BUTTER Ch dairyV 15 Choice creamery 23 APPLES Choico 2 50 01 3 50 POTATOES Per bbl 1 35 J TOBACCO New 5 00 13 00 Old 450 14 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 5 10 5 20 WHEAT No 2 rca 8y4 7- 9No3red 88 CORN No 2 mixed 53 OATS No 2 mixed 27y9 RYE No 2 61 PORK Mess 15 35 15 40 LARD Steam 1 97i Hew York FLOOR Win strts 4 00 4 25 WHEAT No 2 red 86 OATS No 2 mixed 29 29 4 CORN No 2 mixed p 60- RYK Western 64 PORK Mess 15 75 16 75 LARD Steam 8 20 jl 8 40 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 redv 79 CORN No 2 mixed 59 V CATTLE Steers 4 00 4 60 SHEEP No 1 250 3 00 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 84 CORN No 2 mixed 57 OATS No 2 mixed t 28 PORK Mess I J2 LARDrSteam tjs 7 25 Indianapolis WHEAT JJo 2 red 80 CORN No 2 mixed 531J OATS No 3 mixedV24V 1 5 f 1 1 THE WAITER WAS CURIOUS Poked His Hand Into ft Bag of Crab- Apples with Disastrous Result pVFour men two of them carrying a tack between them walked late the HotelTcndig cafe at Twelfth and r Market streets shortly before closing ticiet the other night and sat down at one of thq tables bag was de posited in a corner relates the Philadel kAone on the sack Finally his cu riosity got the better of Dot fa a big bag aint it he said Vot is in himVApples Fritz said one of the men Take some home to the children The waiter accepted the invitation and plunged his into the sack Ha it out again in a hurry with a hardshell crab clinging to one of his fingersVTwo hundred brothers and sisters of first crab promptly took advantage of thefopen mouth of the bag to crawl to lib erty They backedoutof the sack with a rushand took possession of the cafeV I nipping everything in evertlVtrouser legs and shoestrings and L held fast VV 3intoSay please demanded the German waiter sucking vigorously at his injuredVfinger rot of do you callVdose Crabapples said the four men in Ainbgtioufc VV I must compliment on the remark tblc lightness of your bread said the woman customer Thank you rejoined the baker If tt J1is my aim to turn out the lightest bread ain the Yes continued the woman customer and if you get it much lighter it will take two of your loaves to weigh 10 ounces Stray Stories Severe Surgery The following conversation recently took 4 place in India patientshreastTheiethe region of your heart sir which must be relieved at oieeVPatient anxiouslyTh t swellingIs my pocketbook doctor duce it too much Medical Record NEW ROUTE TO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Through Trains from Chicago TWith the opening of the line across southern Utah and southwest Nevada i known as the San Pedro Route a newV country has been opened which in area is large enough for a good sized empireIthe natural resources of which are prac tically untouched This region has until now been without railway facilities and fthe laws of trade and transportation are such that rapid development is now assured The Goldlield mining camps are to be reached by i branch lines and there is a strong jbility that other mineral districts will be I discovered and developed aa a result of P thin new enterprise i The facilities with which Southern California and this newly portion of Nevada can be reached in future areVindicated the announcement from the- passenger department of the Chicago i Northwestern a daily service of through Pullman tourist sleeping care via this route is to be inaugurated be tween Chicago and Los Angeles in a fewVdays doubtless to a influx of looking for oppor tunities to establish themselves in this new country where homes are cheap work is plentiful and meQ of vim am knit are in demand something unknown in densely populated cities of the east There is some scenery along the new route particularly in what is known as Rainbow and the cit rus fruit region of Southern California is reached near San Bernardino the road leading from that point through River side and Pomona and other towns in one of the greatest orange growing dis fItopening of the Southern California tonjrSt season fall a amount of travel will bo Vhandledment frthffHeWfejdrfnlhr alive to modern travel requirements have put m effect a very of modern vestibule trains with high dining car service and other traveL comforts which connect at Salt Lake aiwL Ogden with through service from the Easft give a new and interesting route by which first class tourist travel can ncn j the 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left very weakand debilitated My heart palpitated my breathing be camo difficult after tho least exertion and S there was numbness Iii both hands I b Buffered in that way for fully six months jAal did not grow out of it did not iu kfactsee tho slightest improvement as t time passed I decided to use Dr Wil 4 c Mains Pink PiUs as I knew of somo cures J they had effected in cases like mine Almost M soon as I began taking 1inproverneittheveral weeks I wni completely weU IS t consider Dr a most valuable remedy nud I am in the habit of recommending them to others afflicted as I was When the nerves ache and trem 4Tft blo it means that they are starving The only way to feed them is through the blood and the bestfQOl Dr Williams 4 p Pink Pills They are absolutely guaran teed to be free from opiates or ham r fnl drngs They are sold by all drug gists or may bo obtained directly from thuDWiIlianisjedjcjuoQobenec 4 tndy N Y i HAVE YOU COWS i If you have cream to a good Cam8eparathristhemostprofltable1ns means dally waste ol time and product DE LAVAL CREA- NSEPARATORS save 10 per cow per yeai every yearof use over aU gravity setting systemt 5 per cow over separatorsThey Prize or Highest Award at Bt Louis sepaAiF Such machines quickly lote their cost instead of saving itIf you havent the ready cash I DE LAVAL machines may be bought on such liberal terms that they actually for themselves ia1 t Send today for new catalogue and agentITHE Co fturiolpliCwulSte i 74 Cortltndt lIrttI CHICAGO I NEW YORK I 0DOINGS IN CHICAGOr 444 A fire every hour A suicide every 18 hours r A murder every 30 hours A death every 15 minutes h4jA holdup every six hours A marriage every 20 minutes A larceny every 20 minutes A 1 A burglary every three hours t A fatal accident every five hours A C e for the coroner every three jhfnirs Air urrtjst for drunkenness every 15 Sminutes A i riQt minutes and H If27secojir r W f IAn a every seven minutes and i A pof assault and battery every lf rmlnute VV A railroad passenger train arrlvei 4uvery 66 seconds c A new building aunpl ted every one 1 s hour tad 15 minutes A disturbance of the peace 1oat tract attention eve9alxsecoBdS t v i A serious a necessitating mtt i nurses or physlclaas care every four a 0 I BInutes s Sixty passengers Vsuburband through arrive every second at rail way stations f Seventeen thousand gallons of water it minute pass through the 1900 miles l11 iofUte city water mains- GEOGXAPHXCAX ifr1 JOTTINGS t The Malay states produce about sevenr i tenths of the worlds supply of tin i Bengal is the most populous and pro 4 ductive province in all British India IBirley grows wild In the mountains 4 Df Himalaya where it Is apparently in- jj dlgenous i INear the Manama canal exists gold pines abandoned by Spain centuries r y t ago They will Boon be reopened Sr A Aden Is the atilT fortified point be e tween Egypt and Bombay and is TC 4 girdci asal outpost of the Indian em Vb4 pire I The principality of Llchtensteln sit uated between Austria and Switzerland 4 t la the only country in Europe without I tn army largesumbersp ij each weighbetween 500 and 800 pound fcfld 60 ihljllngs is their average price t It Would Seem So Are you and George Close friends t t Wenvcupy the same hammock near lv eYerpveningHouston Post STQNTHAN MEAT SvVA Judgea Opiinioa of fllrapaNuts ric SA gentlewan who has acquired a f Judicial turn of mind from experl cnce on the bench out in the Sunflower 1S state writes a carefully considered opinion as to the value of Grape Nuta is food He says For the past 5 years GrapeNuts has been a prominent feature in our tillot faroI pf The crisp food with the delicious j 4Utty flavor has become an indlspensa- bleI necessity in my familys everyday life N ItlluproYCd to be most healthful If and beneicial and has enabled us to pieironGrapeNats and do not crave rich and unwholesome food- GrapeNats keeps us all ia perfect physical coBJaiUcM Ma preveBtlve of iseas it is feyond value I nave been particularly impressed Jjy the bone rt ys lola effects of 9 N tswheBt16e- dyladIH4 who are troubled srittf face 3 blemishes skin eruptions etc It 1clears up the complexion wonderfully As to its nutritive tualltfe my ex I htrleRCe is that one spill disk of GrapfrNuts fciBuperior to a pound of aeat for breakfast which Is an laa ortant coBIderatleB for anyone It i Jr isatlsftea the appetite alidtreBKtlteIlI J the power of reaMing fatigue while fJc Its we Involves some of the disagree fi able consequences that BqaetlmesTtol u 6U low a meat breakfast Name given j J bv PeetH Co BatUOrek NIck 1 r6artIIOL t i 1 i iW 1 f 5ci 4 Jt I of r e rp r J1t 2i- ISUMMAY 1 OF THE- IMPORTANT NEWS Interesting Happenings That Oc curred During the Past Few Days ACTION OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS Exciting Events In the United States and Foreign Countries Condensed For the Busy Reader Crimea and Casualties A paean of Joy is all over Italy at the news that pcaco had actually been concluded The statesmen unanlmqus ly think that peace was best forbOth belligerents while at the same time a possible European conflagration is avoidedIt stated that the cjftr intends to reward M Wltte by conferring the title of count upon himVThe Russkoi Slovo having the larg est circulation in Moscow published a two column eulogy of President Roose felt and the part he has played during the last three months The French newspapers devoted lengthy and eulogistic editorials to President Roosevelt The president Is the hero ot the hour Indeed little men tion Is made of Emperor Nicholas over the termination of the peace confer enceAs the result of the conference be tween the president and J P Morgan at Oyster flay the Chinese Development Co held a meeting and ratified the sale of the Hankow railroad back to China Baron Komura and Mr Takahlra who the other day attended a garden party at York Me having probably ascertained that the party was organized partly for the benefitof the York hospital gave 1000 to the fund President Roosevelt received many messages of congratulations from the people both in America and Europe The great part ho has played in the theIests recognized IndlcateJiered by the congratulatory dispatches Probably most important of all In the peace treaty Is the fact that the formal recognition of Japans posses sion of the ChineseEastern railroad betow Kuenchengtse the Junction of the branch of KIrin involves payment by Russia to China of a sum estimated at 75000000 This is the Chinese in terest in the road and for it Chins must be remunerated Well informed banking Interests in New York city are of the opinion that the treaty ot peace between Russia and Japan will soon be followed by a Russian loan and with another later JapanMiss Roosevelt and 30 PhIlip- pine excursionists with i party from Manila Including Gen Corbin and yife and Adm Train will arrive in Peking about September 12 The wedding of Second Lieut Leroy Bartlett and Miss Mary Bowie Frank lin of San Antonio Tex took place In the cadet chapel at West Point N YhMiss Franklin is a niece of Rr Adm Winfield S Schley Gov Cox and staff who were going to the Portland Ore exposition have abandoned the trip owing to the yel low fever and the mining troubles itTracey City The new HamburgAmerican line steamer Kaiserin Auguste Victoria was launched at StetUn Prussia the German empress breaking bottle of champagne on her bow Emperor Wit Ham and a large following were present The American Italian and French expeditions observed the eclipse at Tripoli In a clear atmosphere It last ed three minutes and four seconds The shadow bands were particularly distinct beginning ten minutes before the totality On the recommendation of Grand Duke Vladimir the emperor has par doned Prokope who was sentenced to death for tho assassination of Col Kre marenko chief of police of Viborg A series ot earthquake shocks the most severe ever experienced in that section were felt at Portsmouth N H Buildings trembled perceptibly dishes were shaken from shelves and In many cases people rushed In terror from their homes into the streets Owners of independent telephone systems In Dana Sandaford Liberty vllle and Terre Haute Ind and Ver million Scotland Chrisman Dudley Brocton Redraon Horace Grand View and Paris III organized the Citizens Mutual Telephone Co The appeal of the state of Kentucky In its case against Caleb Powers un der prosecution on the charge of being a party to the murder ofGov Goebel was docketed in the supreme court of the United States War has been resumed between the cattlemen and sheep raisers in Wy oming Eight thousand sheep were slaughtered during a raid by cattlemen- In fhe Big Hornoasln- Theorde relieving Brig Gen Wil liam H Career from command of the department of tha Vlsayas Philippines and assigning him to the dtpartment of the lakes at Chicago was issued Two skeletons each measuring more than seven feet in length were discovered In a gravel pit In Forest near Fon du Lac Wis The skulls are as large as thqse of two ordinary per sons A bomb thrown against the front of the house of Mitchell Pall Adfna a wealthy contractor of New York shat tered the front door smashed the windows and drove all of the Inmates In panic to the street Fifty Russian families left Panama for Chlrique Arrangements1 bave been made by wHich tho same number of Russian families wlll be settled every month In different portions of the republic Mt Vesuvius laIn JJeruption Om inous rumblings are heard in the Interior of the crater and the volcano is throwing out a great Sow of lava A correspondent at Leghorn sends a report received frpnjNaga8akl of the overtaking of a hundred fishing boats by a hurricane off Goto island belong lag to the Japanese archipelago In the channel of Korea The report saya that 400 men are missing and it is feared they have been drowned The boycott of American goods by Chinese merchants almost overshad ows the negotiations as a topic of Interesthi China Accounts reach IngiTeklng from trading centers indi cats that tin government attalnedjts greasiest strength early in August and Bince then bas been decreasing r ti6tJ iry p t0 kf vr k r li r l Iz 1 3 r t J 4 Secretary Bonaparte In the action upon the finding of the court of inquiry In the case of tho Bennington explosion severely arraigns the offi cers of the vessel for failure to look after the safety valves orders Com manlier Lucien Young before a court martial to clear himself of tho charge of official neglect of duty directs tho courtmartial 5f Ensign Wade on the charge ot neglect of duty nnd disapproves the court of Inquirys finding that the Dennlngton was In an excel lent state of discipline and In good and efficient condition Kermit Roosevelt son of the presi dent returned to Deadwood S D aft er a ten days hunting trip with Capt Seth Bullock and party Tho fifth day out young Roosevelt killed a small brown bear Gov Douglas of Massachusetts an nounces that he Is not a candidate for reelectionThe of cholera from two lo all tieR on the river W lchel five days ago to 34 cases in 12 localities extend lag from the Baltic to the river War the 150 miles south and Its appear ance In Hamburg has given an un pleasant thrill to the people of Ger manyFortythree cases of cholera In all have been reported in Prussia Nine persons have died rpm the disease and many suspicious cases are under observation The legal and medical machinery for dealing with this Inva non of the Asiatic baccillus Is now working at full pressure There was one death in Hamburg Col William R Holloway former postmaster at Indianapolis consul general ot St Petersburg nnd now con sul at Halifax N S may become min- Ister to Ecuador vice Archibald J Sampson of Ohio who will resign Elihu Root the American secretary of state returned to St Johns N B from labrador by the mull boat and left for New York Mr Root expreses great gratification that peace should have been achieved In sight of 25000 persons Prof John Baldwin was blown to atoms at Grrcn ville 0 by the explosion of six ticks of dynamite while 1500 feet In the air His wife and three children were among the spectators who witnessed the tragedy Fragments of Baldwins remains were found scattered over a 20acre field Baldwin was 37 years old and his home was In Losantvllle IndNineteen of the larger job printing houses of Chicago are without union compositors the result of a series of strikes Inaugurated by Typographical Union No 1C against members of the Chicago Typothetae the purpose of the strike being to compel the Typo ttictae as an organization to accede to demands for the closed shop and that eight hours constitute a days workThe Jackson woolen mills and pants factory at Jackson Tenn was burn ed The loss will be 1100000 The In surance amounts to 55000 Frank Weakley alias Harry Parker and Tom Sherman alias Harry John son of Independence Mo were found guilty of murdering Pawnbroker Joseph Moyer in his shop at Detroit July 28 and sentenced to life imprisonment- The monthly statement ot the pub lIclic debt shows that at the close ot business August 31 1905 the debt less cash in the treasury amounted to 1005524595 which is an increase as compared with last month of 3475 95VHenry R Wardell an American cm ploycd by tho Panama railroad is seriously ill with yellow fever in the quarantine hospital on Swinburne island New York Wardell arrived in New York on the Panama railroad steamer Havana from Colon That extra precautions shall be ta ken to prevent bringing in a case of cholera among immigrants from Ger man ports was agreed at a conference between Health Officer A H Doty of New York and the representatives ot several transAtlantic steamship com panics A large ladle filled with molten steel burst in the molding department of the United States Steel Corporations works at Donora Pa Ono man was burned to a crisp and six others seri ously injuredVFire destroyed the dock of tho Oregon Railway Navigation Co and the Pacific Coast Elevated Cos warehouse In lower Albina near Portland Ore entailing a loss of 250000 A notable board of distinguished en gineers assembled in Washington up on the request of President Roosevelt to determine the relative feasibility of a sea level or local canal in the division ot the American continent at the Isthmus of Panama New York captured the national trophy In the shooting tournament at Seagirt N J after a four days strug gle The second prize went to the team representing the infantry branch of the United States army and Ohio finished third Several cases of suspected cholera are reported from Baden and from Narodova in Galicia A case of smallpox that of a colored prisoner about 30 years od was die covered among the inmates of the United States jail at Washington Announcement was made by the offi cers of the Equitable Life Assurance society that the indebtedness to the society of the Depew Improvement Co was paid the principal and interest amounting to 29385082 Eight members of the Louisville baseball club were injured m a collis ion between a trolley car and a wag onette in which the club was being ta ken from the ball parkto a hotel in Kansas City Mrs L W Waldron wife of a physi clan of Louisville Ky was robbed of jewels valued at a thousand dollars at the Wayne hotel Detroit An attempt was made to assassinate Gov Kelngerberg of Moghuleff Rus ala A bomb was thrown at the gov ernors carriage but It failed to ex plode The bombthrowers escaped William Van Vorhees was killed by his wife in his restaurant in Chicago The two were quarreling and Mrs Van Vorhees fired three slots at her hue bandPresident Roosevelt signed the commissions of Daniel W Baker to be United States district attorney for the District of Columbia and of Charles A McGonagle of Indiana to be deputy auditor of the post office department- It Is reported that John F Wallace former chief engineer of the Panama canal is to be president of the Sea board Air Line on the retirement of J H Barren May 1 1906 Mr Walace Is to have a salary of 60000 a year Walter S Throckmorton was thrown from the back of a horse which he was racing while on his way home from church In Albemarle county Virginia and instantly killed Dr J Y Porter state health officer has Issued a cxrd to the public in which he says that three Greeks with symptoms of yellow fever have been found in Tepsacoa Via f t I 4c Sr7 i t f 1 Business failures in the Waited States for the week ending August 31 number 161 against 176 last week 189 in the like week of 1904 162 in 1903 13a in 1902 and 169 In 1901 Mme Narychkine wife of Cyril M Narychklne secretary of the Russian legation at Brussels and daughter ol Mr Wltte the Russian peace plenipotentiary while leaving the thcatct missed a pearl necklace valued at 9000 Work on nearly 100 buildings In pro cess of construction throughout the borough of Manhattan was stopped when 3000 members of the Amalga mated Sheet Metal Workers Union Etruck The strikers demand 450 a dayCarl A Strom chief of the mechan ical department In the canal zone has resigned It is reported that several changes will soon be made among the officials of the Panama railroad Charles F Pfister the capitalist of Milwaukee who was Indicted three weeks ago by the grand jury on the charge of having stolen f14000 which had been placed in his hands by the Wisconsin Rendering Co makes pub lie a statement showing the manner In which the 25000 which he had held for the company was disbursed There was no money stolen John T Stewart a Kansas multi millionaire was found dead In his hotel In Plalnvlew Tex from apoplexy He is said to have been the wealthiest man In Kansas With a fever patient from Georgia the schooner Anthony D Nichols was detained at quarantine at New York The man and severalof the crew were ill of dengue fever The schooner came front Satilla river Georgia Mr Spencer Roanc Thrope who was horn In Kentucky a captain under Gen Morgan in a Kentucky regiment and who participated in many historical battles died at Los Angeles Cal Maj Gen Leonard Wood and Mrs Wood has left for the Philippines where he will resume command Arthur Woodward and Talcum Wood ward two negroes were lynched at Sll ver City Miss by a mob of 50 persons The negroes were In custody of Mar shal W B Jackson who was boarding a train when the mob appeared nail took possession of the prisoners They were taken to the outskirts of the town and hanged to a tree Secretary of War Taft has appointed John Leech public printer of the Phil ippines lo succeed Mr Palmer the present superintendent of public print- Ing at Washington- In a statement issued at his summer home at Lakevillc Ct District Attorney Jerome said I will not under any circumstances be a candidate for the office of Mayor of New York at the forthcoming election About 15000 in prizes and the honor of being one of the five architects who plan the peace palace for use of th permanent court of arbitration at Tho Hague has been offered to the arch- Itects of all nations In a prospectus Issued by the Carnegie foundation- E M Johnson president of the d funct Fidelity Savings association of Denver which failed about a year ago owing over 1000000 was found guilty reportIthe first day of the open season for deer indicate that the deer are quite plentiful in that vicinity Twoor more gangs of thieves In chiding women in their membership have stolen jewelry paintings silverware and bricabrac valued at over 20100b from the homes of wealthy persons in and about New York during the past few daysIOn account appearance of cholera the Hamburg police authorities have forbidden the transportation through Hamburg of Russian emi grants Until further notice TJe Ham burgAmerican Steamship Co has Is sued instructions to all its Russian agencies to refuse steerage tickets to Russian emigrants It is officially announced that two men belonging to the Twentyfirst in fantry regiment In barracks at Rodack near Thorn West Prussia are suffer- Ing from cholera The entire regiment has ben placed under observance The adjutant general Division of the Philippines reported by cablegram from Manila two deaths among the troops from cholera They are Tbos M Osboro of the Eighth cavalry and William M Meyer of the Fifth field batteryThe Ohio river at Evansvllle Ind yielded one of its largest fish John Doyle and William Hcnke captured a catfish that welghed pounds Henry Jones a wealthy colored farm er hanged himself on his porch near Lancaster Ky This is the first in stance of a colored man suiciding in that part of the state William McKane a laborer found a pearl in the Wabash rivet He took the gem to VIncennes Ind and sold It for 975 Dr WIHam R Harper of the Chicago university Is again at the saul VUlIspendThe central west is being floodedI with counterfeit pay checks of it Is saloonkeepIersan aggregate of 1000 through the hoI gus pay checks The aggregate of the forgeries will reach into many thousandsTwo from cholera have occurred at Lemberg Austria and several suspected cases are under observation Charles Dewey only surviving broth er ot Adm Dewey died at his home at Montpelier Vt He was 79 years old and died from old age ar1restedIntending architect was ordered to be placed under arrest on charges of man slaughter and criminal negligence In connection with the collapse of the department store building ot the John G Meyers Co Albany N Y which resulted in the death of 13 and the in jury of upwarls of 40 others A dispatch from LIdzlapudze con tame the details of what will probably be the last engagement of the war This encounter took place on August 28 and resulted in an advantage to the Russians who took 130 prisoners The Southern Lumber Manufactur ore association has announced a general advance of 1 per thousand feet on pine Jack Carey the Montana cowboy defeated Doc Fillmore Canadian champion in a wrestling match at Des Moines la Carey took the first two falls in 19 minutes and 20 seconds and minutesThe ol meat In Germany is rising has risen In fact almost to famine rates The advance Is duo to regulations closing the frontlets against Russian meat and American tinned meats f I 1 r rt THE TREATY HUSHED It Consists of a Preamble and Seventeen Articles One of the Articles Provides For the Protection of Private Rights and Property Acquired Under Russian Control Portsmouth N II Aug 30The long and bloody war between Japan sad Russia Is ended The terms of peace were settled by Mr Wltto and Baron Komura at the session of tho conference Tuesday morning and in the afternoon preliminary arrangements for an armistice were conclud t cd and the actual work of framing the rreaty of Portsmouth was by mutual agreement turned over to Mr De Martens Russias great international inwycr and Mr Dennison who for 25 ye1 rs has acted as the legal adviser of tie Japanese foreign office This happy conclusion of the eon ference which a week ago would have been shipwrecked had it rot been for the heroic Intercession of President Roosevelt was sudden and dramatic For the sake of peace Japan with the magnanimity of a victor at the last moment yielded everything still In Is sue Russia refused to budge from the ultimatum Emperor Nicholas had given to President Roosevelt througii Ambassador Meyer No Indemnity under any guise but an agreement to divide Sakhalin and reimburse Japan for the maintenance of the Russian prisoners were his last words When Baron Komura therefore first ottered the new basis of compromise outlined in the dispatches Monday the complete renunciation of indemnity coupled with a proposition for the redemption of Sakhalin at a price to be fixed by a mixed tribunal consisting of representatives of the neutral pow ers In fact If not In words the so lution offered by the president Mr Witte again returned a nonposslmus it was what Mr Wltte termed in an interview the Psychological moment Mr Wltte did not flinch He expected a rupture and as he expresed it afterward he was stunned by what happen d Baron Komura gave way on all the disputed points With the prescience that has enabled the Japanese to gunge the mental processes of their adversaries on the field of battle and upon the sea they had realized In ad vance that peace could be obtained in no other way They had warned their governmentVArticles 10 and 11 interned warships and tho limitation of Russias sea power In the far East were withdrawn Japan agreed that only that portion of the Chinese Eastern railroad south of Chantfu the position occupied by Oyama should be ceded to Japan- Before leaving the conference build fag felicitations were exchanged with the president at Oyster Bay Both Baron Komura and Mr Witte telegraphed The former confined himself to apprising Mr Roosevelt of the con dltlons upon which peace had been concluded Mr Witte frankly laid his tribute at the presidents feet In his message he said History will ascribe to you the glory and added the expression of Russias hearty appreciation of the presidents generous initiative Mr Roosevelt replied with words of thanks and congratulations Portsmouth N H SpL4From- an official source a press jaepresentar hive Js inforacdthaCuittflTeaty is com plctcd It consists of a preamble and 17 articles There oWN still differences about the wording of the proto col of the last sitting which must be signed before the treary tsolf can be signed The Japanese presented a protocol to whIch fit Russians took exceptions The diff cronpos however are expected toIbe tllbt ned and it seems quite possible the treaty will be signedVOne of the articles In the treaty pro vides for the protection of private rights and property acquired under Russian control In South Sakhalin and In Delay Port Arthur and other places In the Llaotung peninsula The Russian government has had Innumerable petitions on this subject Several of them are from Americans who held concessions in Southern Sakhalin While a full synopsis of the treaty will be cabled to the governments of the two countries the actual text will not be known at Toklo or St Peters burg until the plenipotentiaries arrive It is expected that to cable such a long document tcxtually would make it possible for an expert later when the text becomes public to work out the government cipher Mr Witte will personally convOy the text to St Petersburg and Baron Komura to To klo This is the real reason why both are anxious to get home as soon as possible as the treaty does not go into force until the two emperors have signed To avoid the delay of ex change of documents which would In volvo six weeks at least official noti fication of the final approval by the emperors will be made through neu trals United States in the case of Ja pan and France in the case of Russia To Take Home Russian Prisoners Liverpool Sept 4It Is reported here through the Influence of a German prince two HamburgAmerican Steamship Co has secured large con tracts for the taking home of the Russian prisoners In Japan at 820 per head Cables Cut Rome Sept 4The nowspaper here announco that Toklo is display ing discontent with the result of the peace conference and that several cables connecting Japan with the conti net have been cut Detained at Quarantine New York Sept 4The Hamburg American line steamship Bluecber the first vessel to arrive from Ham burg since the appearance of cholera in Germany was detained at quaran tine for more than two hours under inspection The American Evangelists Sheffield Eng Sept 4Reuben A Torrey and Charles M Alexander the American evangelists have started a revivalist campaign here with a serv ice at which over 5000 persons were present Shot by a Minister Meridian Miss Sept fDr H C Henderson the most prominent phy sician In Neshoba county was shot by John Wagon an equally prominent minister with a doublebarreled shot gun The shooting was the result ot family troubles A pomb Exploded Barcelona Sept 4A bomb Explod ed with terrific force on the marine parade which was thronged with holi day makers The victims number 21 including one woman killed and five persons mortally wounded f r t i Z IA VESSEL WRECKED IN A GALE It Is Estimated That at Least Eleven Lives Were Lost Ashland Wis Sept 4Flve men who left the wreck of the steamer Sei vona In a small boat are believed to have been lost in the furious gale that has been prevailing on Lake Superior Another boat containing 11 people in chidIng four women passengers reach ed shore after battling with tho heavy seas all Friday night during which time all suffered terribly from the cold and exposure Six members ot the crew including the captain two mates two wheelsmen and a deck hand are still on the wreck and it is feared they succumb before assistance reach es themiThere is now every indication that 11 lives were lost as a result of the wreck of the Sevona which went ashore on Sand island reef one and onehalf miles east oC Sand Island light In Lake Superior Tug Harrow which went out from Bayfield with a rescuing party returned at 10 oclock Sunday night in charge of Capt O J Barrows of Ray Held and accompanied by Engineer Phillips of the doomed steamer who guided the craft to the scene of tho disaster They report that nothing was seen of the men left on the boat when the two yawls were lowered EMPEROR OF JAPAN 1ISends a Message of Thanks President Roosevelt I Oyster Bayr Sept 4 President Roosevelt received from the Emperor of Japan the following message ol thanks and appreciation for the part played by the president In the negotiations which havo resulted in the Sept 3 1905 Tho President I have received with gratification your roesage of congratulation conveyed through our plenipotentiaries and thank you warmly for it To your die interested and unrelenting efforts In the Interests of peace and humanity attach the high value which is their due and assure you of my greatful appreciation of the distinguished part you have taken in the establishment ol peace based upon principals essential to the permanent welfare and tran quality of the far east jSigned MUTSUHITO J FEVER SUBSIDING There Is Growing Confidence Over the Situation at New Orleans New Orleans Sept 4Official so port to 6 p m Sunday New cases 29 total to date 2024 deaths 3 to tal to date 287 new foci 11 cases under treatment 305 cases discharged 1432 New Orleans Sept 4For the first time in over a month the number ol new cases of yellow fever were in the twenties With only three deaths compared to 83 deaths on September 3 1878 the feeling of confidence that the fever is being wiped out is grow lag Among the new cases is that ol Capt BF Clayton U S army the quartermaster in charge of this department City Councilman E T Dunn Is also on the list The country situation while not what it should be is improving somewhat though the discovery ot new foci causes some little anxiety GA R ENCAMPMENT JThere Are Five Candidates For Com manderlnChlef Denver Col Sept 4The 39th annual encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic began in this city Monday The city is crowded with guests and heavily loaded trains are arriving from all directions In order to facilitate the handling of passen ger trains the Santa Fe railroad has ordered all freights annulled for 24 hours The travel on this line is exceedingly heavy There are five can didates for tho office of Commanderin chief namely Corp James Tanner ol New York Robert Brown of Ohio Col Burroughs of New Jersey ex Congressman Charles Burton of MIs- souri and Gen George Stone of CaW fornla Four cities are in the race foi the 100G meeting place They are Chattanooga Tenn Columbus 0 Minneapolis and Buffalo ANDREW CARNEGIE Honorary Degree To Be Conferred Upon Him and Others Glasgow Sept 4On the occasion of the installation of Andrew Carnegie as lord rector of St Andrews unive city October 17 the university wW confer the honorary degree of doctor of law On Mr Carnegie Whitelaw Rlcd the American ambassador to Great Britain Charlemagne Tower the American ambassador to Germany Bishop Potter of New York Nicholas Murray Butler professor Columbia university New York and Dr Wil liam J Holand director of the Carnegie museum at Pittsburg A G A R Train Wrecked Pueblo Col Sept 4The first section of westbound Atchison Topeka Santa Fe passenger train No9 carrying hundreds of G A R excursionists was ditched one mile east oi Boono Eight passengers warp mini ed none fatall- yPrecaionaY Measures iti London London Sept 4The port sanitary authorities are adopting all necessary measures to deal with the possible invasion of cholera A large medical staff has been detailed to examine all vessels entering the Thames Yellow Fever Case In Indian Territory Little Rock ArkSept4lIaj Gen Haynes commanding fto Arkansas militia which furnlshlt2 the guards to enforce the state quarVutlne was officially informed of the existence of a case of yellow fever at Maysvllle I T Secretary Root En Routt Home Halifax N S Sept 4Elthu Root United States secretary of site accompanied by his two sons and Col Sanger of New York passed through Halifax on his way home from his trip In Labrador and New Foundland Unprovoked Murder Salisbury N C Sept 4Zeko Young a negro was shot and killed and another negro dangerously wound ed here by Whitman Hardy a mulatto desperado from Yorkville S C The shooting appears to hsve been with out provocation Warehouse and Cotton Burned Johnston S C Sept 4rrhe John ston warehouse at this place was consumed by fire It contained about one thousand bales of cotton valued at 60000 The building and contents were fully Insured I t = r Y S4 cG 1f- 2V i w c a ri fy L HOW TO TELL A STATESMAN Not Only a Man Who Makes Speeches j But a Man Who fakezV Good Ones tTh late Horatio O Herrick of Lawrence for many years high sheriff oCs interctincornniittee thiotonlateiistingizsletI can any cf you tell me what a statesman is irllrephedmakcjspeeches IferrickwhoI sometimes make speeches and yet I un not a statesmabS theantiwjrwhdmakesSure Cure at Last SpecialLawrence receipt of fresh evidence that a sure cure nfoundPills Among those who have reason to bless isMrslieggett had Dodd Pals cured I was herjMrs say Kidney Pills to her friends my urine would hardly pass The Doctors said I Kidneyliilswoman kidneysCuredout of the blood That means pure blood anda sound energetic body Dodd Kidney Pills are the greatest tonic the world has ever known Desired Effect Try to look a little pleasanter said the photographer to Mr Re member I am making these pictures at willdoA CLEAR COMPLEXION A Simple Home Treatment for Black heads Bed Bough and Oily Skin and Disfiguring Humors If you are afflicted with pimples black gUringspeedilyeffectivetbe face with the great emollient skin rubVMbandbatherewanledwithcura SoaPttbe best toilet arid complexion soap assisted by Cuticiha andbeautifypreventingtroublesUsedof crusts andscales removing dandruff hairPoipainful finger ends Cuticura Soap and ofteninS Perjury husbandisfrs EgbertNo worse When lie goes whatheitirYonken Statesman SENATOR SULLIVAK Says He Has Found Doan Kidney Pills Invaluable in Treating Sifc Kidneys lien Timothy D 5tV van of New York Member of CVE css from the Esjhtfc Now Vork DGtrici and rtpe of the Democratic leaders of New ifork State strongly recommends Deans Kidney Villa- Senator Sullivan write It is a pleasure to endorse a rem edy like Doans Kidney Pills hay lag found them of greatest value in eliminating the distress caused by sick kidneys and in restoring those organs to a condition of health My experience with your Taluable remedy was equally as gratifying aa that oi several of my friends Yours truly Signed TIMOTHY D SULLIVAN FosterMilbmn 06 Buffalo N Y For sale by all druggists Price 60 cents per box Let Your Grocer I Bring Your Breakfast A little fruits Vms ol cream and EggOSee Worry not about cooks or cooking weve done all that for you for EggOSee ia flaked whole wheat cooked exactly right Strong in its sweet simplicity Pure in its natural flavor of perfect flaked whole wheat EggQ See is natures food An EggOSce breakfast snakes your dinner and supper taste better Back to Nature Eat EggO See Dont worry about meals their cooks or their cookingEat- EggOSeefornothingcise by any other name is the same or nearly as good and try it now for your grocer sells EggOSee The Price or Quality o- fEggOSee has never been changed If you can Sad a grocer who does not tell EGGOSEE send ui hi name and ten cents mentioning this periodical and we will tend you a fullsized package prepaid Address tillS ECGOSItil CO Qutney lit In Factfic Coast and Rocky Mountain packagesfor The Hay BalerI skteatainaeiasbrtiir ELI PRES N ffPi MVA1 55 icltla Ptw Os IO3NPkIL Quts IS wsuat WRITING re AVVKSTISERS plesoe atatti that jr B saw the Advertise acat in this papar PRICE ff 25 Ct p5 fiZyV 4VV r C7 IVV rjtrr rZASV7a VV 414 a Zrrr Vj JVV 1V- eVAV rF VJ 4I1SS VV I v VfVC P r p f f4fVcgotabIoThe xroridcrful power of Lydia ic1JPinklims Vegetable Compoisnil 1 the diseases of womankind is not bc icause it is a stimulant not because itis a palliative out simply because it is the most wonderful tonic and recon Btructor ever discovered to act directlyVupon the generative organs positively curing disease and heaithand vigorVMarvelous cures are reported from all parts of the country by women who have ben cured trained nurses who have witnessed cures and physicians who have recognized the virtue of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Corn pound and are fair enough to giveV SVcredit where it is due If physicians dared to be frank and open hundreds of themwould acknowl VVedge that they constantly prescribe Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Corn pound in severo cases of female ills aa they knowby experience it can be re lied upon to effect a cure The follow ing letter proves it iDr S C Brigham of 4 Brigham Park Fitchburg Mass It gives me great pleasure to MV that I chave Lydia E rjnkhams VegStatl Compound very efficacious and often difficultiesilycia for uterine trouble sometime so and myVyoungtst daughter nowtaklngtfoia fe male weakness and ia gaining in health V4-and strength I f aJvpcaUUt 03 a most reliable spo rifle in alldiseases to which women are sub Ject and give it honestendorsementVWomen who are troubled with Vfiilor flatulence Icucorrhoea falling In flammation or ulceration uterus ovarian troubles that bearingdown dizziness faintnessfeeling indiges tion nervous prostration or the blues should take immediate action to ward off the serious consequences and bo restored to perfcctieaUhard strength by taking Lydia E Pinkhnms Vegeta ble Compound and then write to Mrs V5 Plnkham at Lynn Mass for further free advice No living person has had the benefit of a wider in guidedthousandswoman should ask for and follow herVadvice if she wants to be strong and 4 weltVW L DOUGLAS 3 SHOES L W L Douglas 94OO GIlt Edge Line j cannot be equalled atany price WLOOULASM4IKESt- MORF MENSSO S4 AHYOTIttnnnn Is dlsprore this stakSWLDougUf 350 shoes have ctUcnt tjle easy fitting sad jqualities achieve the largest shoe la the world They oc thote that cost yon 5otmy factory at Brockton M the world under one roof enV W41VfrC pair hoes tncdrZVwhy W L DouIas 350 a shoes produced la the world t- III could showyea the dIlerencebtIshoes made la factory and thd VVVmakes you woufe understand v4 t3se shoes cost more to make w IJVtheir shape fit better wear loagc Vrgreater Intrinsic value than say shoe oath market today w I Dwsaa fpong MadtVCAUTIONlnsIatuponl las shoes Take tut snbstitstit na Rtnclne jwithout his name and pries it 3iped on bottom WANTED A shoe dealer inererTtotrawaer I WL Douglas Shoes are not sod Yell line ot samples sent free for Inspection npua leqnMk vVFast Ooltr Cytltti tart they will met utar traUf i Write for ninstntod Catalog of Pall Styles Wl nOCGLAS llrockton MMS IWT WtTfJERWI3DOMq Ti1 ORIGINALV o1ER tiN1ZJfBg Vii1 LfNLL KEE YOU DRY NOTIEL5WLL TAict UD3tIIiLT3VcAraloaugsrarc ron WOMEN trontled with ills pecaliar to their sex cessfai horough1yc1eaacsk1UsdiaeasgermsS- tops discharges Seals inaannitlon and IcrentM cures teaconliaa and nasal eatanh Fixtine It in powder lana to dUsolred iapu S2ter and Is Lit more clcanzlng bcahag crnaceaa sad economical than liquid antiseptics for JTOILET AND WOMENS SPECIAL USES For sale at dro jprtj cents aLoz Trial Dos and Book oi Instructions Free VMB RIFAZTON COMPANY aosTeNuassiV L LEARN TELEGRAPHrtfD VRAILROADgii4natiiiAmericafry alican IC tttmanO Ladles also admitted Wrltofor eataiogaeVSMORSE SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY Cincinnati o Dnffalo J r Atlanta Uo LVCroxe Wis Tezarkana Tex San Francisco Cab I 1UKADKItS OP vms FAPKR DB6IUIKQ TO BUT syrrnNdV ADVKItTISEO IN ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UPON UAVIKO tVIIAT THET ASK FOR KEFCSINO ALL SUBSTITUTES OR DOXATIOX S CURt FOR 1C NSuMF T ON AN KK 2090 e AUTIGRJPW IRIPIADCOLDKEADAC ISGVAKANTEEV IwonIsli AntiOripln to a VV VV VVVV- It Caiiforyour1ONEY5 VVS F WiiserM D 74 It z 4r VVttSV VVVV thlc iVS L i i 45 St t 5S k = i J v i i = X kiI 1i a1l I i jt L i I t r 1 u 4 rl s 2ofI 1 0 s OCOj T4 I f4 t I I I o i ro4 a 4 i IN ADVANCE fi tr 41 1 I ti l Le Jjfl communications torn t I r VUTLOOIt PIBLISUINO Coor ii gcJonN W HONnER Owingsville i r tt Ky f Subscribers desiring change of i taddrellubould always give previous address when writing y tCorreIPondent8 when out of0 stna I tionery should mention fact rJ ijNoi body on subscriptions 4 TH OutLooK is tent one jour for one dollar PIX months for sixty Cents three months for thirty flvo Scents 1 THURSDAY SElT 7 1005 t m The MeanlnRof It i S IThefollowing sectionnof the Lo cal Option law arc from the nell lucky Statutes The render ci iee there is no loophole of ectIi k on ihe part of any one who sells barters or loans any spirituous kA inous or malt liquors or any bev erage liquid mixture or deeoti of anill d which produces I causes intoxication The law covers larI ent medicine can be old Also 01Jsi sell barter or loan alcoholic or other intoxicating liquids even on t a physicians prescription T e law is absolute as voted by the PC plo of Rth county t r 2567 PBHALTrJtORWtUIKO IN I i VIOLATION or LAyA1Ier the entiy of the certificate of the canvassing board as above provided for in the IIqthe vote was given nguinst the sal halter or loan ot spirituous vinu i 4 or malt liquorsil shall be unluwl ftnIany spirituous vinous or mull Hq uora in the said county city town tL Cc district or precinctus the case in jayw It t be to any person except as herei after provided and any person w I t shall eell hurter or loan directly 4 or indirectly any such liquors in of said county city towns district t 1 precinct shall upon conviction be fined the sum of jiot less than s hundred nor more than two bun Jj i dred dollars for each offense i and 1r any sale barter or loan of any ar 4V tide with the reeiBentexprei8ed or implied that the right or title i tonr possession of any spirittfoun i tJ ytaouB or mall liquors shall also hj1 paijfrebull be considered sulebnr i prorIoa within the tel ms of tict s A1j2551K INTOXICATING BEVERAGE p FVEKALTT YOR SELLING WUAT CON lulIakj t l 3 ray ose to sun barter or loan i 41htlyorlndlrectlyiny beveraj r p i 119uhJ ixUire ot decoction IIf a I hichjiroduceropcauses in I itstnIy ltyu n htotorpecInetJR nbpijeroidr ia1t liquurt or Th onroblbited in accordanett w- th roaI optina law AnY crtdl L WliiqtI tell bluer or loan Ic ttjW iiiircctlyany such boy i it t Jf NDJbtureor decocliIs fJ 4 ianY uiehcounty1 c113 bti tI4 or precinct sha1I upon coni ov f ioBi be lined the sum of tint less J than t weityor more than one fil Hundred dollars for each offense f and any sale barter or loan of any t article with the agreemcntcxprecB aqto or possession of any such bever fi age liquid Mixture or decoction r shall also pass bo considered a 4 t sale barter or loan within the terms 3rf t 2558DaALKRSTo WUOM LAW t IHUB NOT APPLY DKUOGI3T8 PUXM i cLLN8rzNALTIE8 Tho provisions of Vbis cL shall not apply to any bj r Manufacturer or wholesale dealer f wkoIiigood faith and in the usu al course ot trade Fells by the f I wholesale in quantities of tint less s I than five gaHons delivered at ono time and not to be drunk on tile t8ff 1 I nfthiac apply to druggists un t less it be written in the petition notice and order for the elect 1r tbat the provisions of this law fluh prohibition shall apply to drug t gt tajrot BO writtenthcn licens r v ed tfruKgUtB nay sell for medIcIi- al r purpeaeeVon prescription writi f c r and rigBeiby a regular practici L r physician legally authorized t t= practice aedluine which jjrescrlp rtie 1 Licribed and name of the person noce any 4ii sUChpfelCIlptiOflUflIQUeUPh Iffl i uor absolutely ruIredas a med idae any physician who makes or 11r I sigliaMy prescription for such rsexceph8provldedrtriJ tNi of act on h1vttirep to allrh bet e duty of eyijry druggist to ca tr 7K tap ai Mcurate register in a book kept for that special purpoaeor r f everyftle of such liquor made f Ildlclprka orrefflployes which b1 Rbatl ehow aa to salethc date 7 the quaatity to whom made8nd torW erIptIeshall be preserved bY6aittg tr druggist fer twelve months s nO1I off eala suallbe nade on any presciiptloa wIIeh register shall f bebpea for iaspit IIoa at all teas oaaWeHtiBieB by tk county orCotu 1 aeawealthBatLOrReTandthegra n d r JMriMjBf tbreouatyja which 8uobt sales bieeea iR a4e Anyru g 1 glue bihall tall to eamply Itb i ttfilt 0 VjrTqviriient of t lelecctionS7I 4 JrRed IB aIlY I f rJ t rt1 dolla ur lBore h D onoII I 1 1 I I red dollars for each Vailure e I S r Jihlteas to teach sale J S K 1 offense h ij 1 i r 11 kar tnr II vu of this act ahalin OL l rt 1 Jp 3 J r9Jt lf r L r S i Yiw jrti 1 i i 1 1 O r dtit Ir ft 1 r J44i i 1tJ J 1V t tls rrt 1 f 4 iB 6 i 4 h it r 7J ro jn PJjJ rtiir 07d cl- VH h l t f 0 az it J r JFpftt 3f h 3 K J Jltiror tIF 4J t IJ4 4T rlr I 1 t 3 r t H ift i i r r Jfir ply to the procurement and uo said liquors for sacramental purposes THE OUTLOOK witS opposed to the Pr law but it in Sufavory rigidly No other law of the General Statutes uf Kentucky hits e unquiHtioiiHble favor of the people nf lInt h county as hits thlp iino The voters voted1ur it near ly eix to one in the county and nenrly three to one in the town 0 Owingpvillo Other laws hun jceti enacted by the peoples ropr i penintivcp Fh hetfaenactedist brethren call the Roferen dum As to the druggists it goeP into effect an Foon os it is entered on the record hook by order of the loAsfeet when their licenses expire next N IIteff rectthat tine it con bo voted upon nft properly petitioning the County Court and may be repealed byKmajority vote n ainst tho law There is llio IHW Nk intoxicating procuredleven purposes pliyniciiiu who prtscribos it must furnish ifDiniself at his own ex penso Of course he must buy it cuuntyIrIf it isnt it discredits and weakens nil w If it in enforced there will bo the ilruuthiest time for tho next lluthIc Sterling mndIpence t paying an Indemnity but agreed to puy Japan for the keep of the Russian prisoners Japnn gets all xhe fought for in expelling Russia from Manchuria nnd destroying her influence in Korea Besides Japan gets half of Sakhalin Inland priviltgecoIIenvoys a great diplomatic victory as the outcome of the peace negotiations but Jap is applauded by the outside orld fur her concessions in the in Interest of peace The Japanese peo P lire disappointed In the terms of the treaty and the Russian pear pIe display no marked enthusiasm over the outcome President Roose dayItor successuleffurt as n peace maker THE Subway Tavern the saloon in New York City run on tehigic lines and endorsed by Bishop P ter proved a financial failure a has been disposed of to be run ordinary saloon Bishop Pot s one eminent churchman who en deavors o treat the liquor questi rationally taking account of immutable traits of human nature and the utter ImpracticabilIty thoyto tquIUpSeu fellgion and businvsspLnyJdnd proves a failure but well- h considered reasonable Experiments towards minimizing ll objection able features of thoJJl lo m business are of value for the efforta of Pro emVIjwith a popgun TOE advocate of plenty of cheap money ought to bo happy Uncle Sums printing presses cant turn 11out now as fast as it is demand d The national banks are rapid l y increasing their circulation the increase amounting to 59000000 the pist year Large capital is eager for safe bond investments at t04per cent Unexceptionable bonds at those rates where they have a long time to run are at II strong premium To invest moti in large sums safely forM income over and abovp taxation is extreme ly difficult Thus is the tender to speculation promoted and there is danger that this era of cheap g iatreatwill bringan era of hard times IW1TII China boyco t ngAmcrlcan I elyighducts about to go into effect the commerceal ratherJ8t tariftw be removed tnqbatby ItntheWhat mystifles folks la wily they dont go ahead and search system at Ically fOI the glittering stones witb out so much newspaper fuss THE fashion has changed from busing Rockofeller to defending 1to CORRESPONDENCE West End iArcbur Daniel lei very sick with fever Mrs Ida ETash is sick with acute stomach trouble Miss Alice MMer was able to be teaching Jier Bchoolhere Monday veryllick8inofjllondy now Travis Warner who has been at he point of death is slowly recov orlng Miss Tentie Clayton returned Saturday from a weeks visit to re tives in Winchester I Mrs C W and nephcir Morgan Atchison of Wyoming visited Mrs J3VF PierBjll Sunililyv and MondaytIto 1J4 lii 0 T Ilf Rc k jc oy i c I i Upper Whitp Oak J S Swetnam bought of George Kerr five hgs lit Gc Several from herb attended the Holiness camp meeting atlledncks tidaT Several from this place attended tho Forge Hill and Grange City re unions last weeklarForgo Hill Illstrlot of live stock The election passed off quietly ro 98 votes cast and not ono in vor of whisky Mrs J M Moore and grand daughter Nellie vibited reativcs at Hillbboro lust week Miss Lutie Thompson of Fleui g county spent several days last w eek with her friend Miss Barber cumJIIm rSlato Valley I wish to correct a mistake Jo Junes sold two weanling only Cstd nsteadof two colts for 20weA Mr Webb and a Miss how of mjar Bethel visited Enoch Sc roll and wife Saturday nightan ISeel1lng time is hero Some corn w to cut and it is a very In Irofcrop no fruitjplenty of vegetables John Staton anti wife of near Olympia visited the hatters sister Mrs Melissa Sncdcgar Saturday night I wish to tell my friends in the Far Went that every voto polled at Forge Hill was against the sale of whisky viBethelThis precinct gavo 130 again and 7 for whiskey J E Rotuoy ot Sharpnburg vis led his brother Sanford hero Sun dayW L Day and wife visited his uncle Frank Horton of Camargo SundayhJ H Roberts and wife visited toulatives at Mt Sterling Saturday und Sunday S W Evans and wife started for OkiahomaTuesday to visit their ton Lewis und friendsFMr and Mrs C W Durham of Mobrefield were guests of W P Baird and wife Sunday School began Tuesday Sept 5 Misses Birdie Derry and Virginia Vanarsdcll teaching it hiBtior changeoroughby tendered his resignation a theIuIfcFerryoWe are having cool nights and warm days tNoi many from here atteni CUylusltJ E Johnson moved to Salt Lick last week and Walter Sorrell mov ed to Johnsons house Miss Lisa Otto visited her coosin Miss Annie Davis of Colts from Thursday till Saturday LMudMrs Hnriett Shrout this week Elder Adkins of near Salt Lick fThreeMrsJttmes Goodpastor and child ren of Lonesome are visiting her mother Mrs Harriett Shrout this weekgcampmeotingHodrieks xt at toYpeople at the meeting Sunday A theybut they could not get healed 11StooDSSome fields of corn are aim ready to ant The tobacco crop promises to cure exceedingly fle- eTliepartialecllpscofthesuri i mstviewed by many here slJr Ray the horseman of Law son Mo was hero last week The protracted meeting will bo 1ginlliss Ethel Hall has returned to Salt Lick after a visit to relatives here Several from here contemplate attending the State Fair at Let ington Our trust busters have busted the trusts by making them all big trust Miss Addle McEinivan of White Oak visited Mrs Ella Hamilton last week JohnByrdandJamily of Cin Byrdlallt ohIfirst Sunday in October IThe reason so many of us ire cursing Ro kefeller is because we are not all John D himself Mrs T N Coons and Miss Nel lie Coons of North Middletown were visitors here last week Mr Plummer and family of Fleming county visited the family a of Wm Kissick from Saturday till v Monday lathe Peace comedy enacted at Portsmouth it seems as if Russia succeeded in keeping a piece of Ja Dunejiieco A young gent of our town is the recipient of u letter ho would like ery much to know who the author I is What about It OF t 7 I Knob Lick n The minoR are not shipping much ore I I F sIdineptastThe health of the comtrfunily is goodrmoFhosevgeJames Riddlo has snweu out his sot at Polksville T J Barnes nnd son Everett went to Winchester Sunday Our school seems ti be going on nicely under tho elUdent care of Miss Ilickey Those who have attended the Holiness meeting report a very able expounding tho Scriptures The lute election has proven tho Populist theorythe Referendum to be correct the will of the people supreme Okla fWe arc needing rain vety badly IIHoverul from this section attend tie reunion at Grange City la t ek nppoilltrd evening Kelley Donton purchased a horse Lewis Paw HP of Fleming coun tyl for 11750 J W and J M Grain sold to O war Wilsou nine heifers at 3ic und ono COHnl Sc Alpbeus Vice visited lila niece Mrs George Trumbo of upper White Oak Sunday Mrs Ed Denton of Fleming county visited relatives in this cinity several days last week ItMrs James Grain and Mrs Ed Denton visited John Darnell and family near Odessa Wednesday Frank Denton and wife visited the lattcrs parents Dave Day and wire of Fleming county Thursday and Friday Miss Ella Denton returned to er homo in Fleming county Sat w SithoGrangeS L Havens and wife were in Flemingstiurg Wednesday Miss Bertha Roy ee is n guest of her mother Mrs Rosa Roy EC Mrs Emma Carpenter nnd SI1I1 visited R R Walton and family Born Sept 1 to S T Waltoa and fifu daughter ElviruSutu mers Erilest and Lnruo Graham of Sunset visited J M Newman und family Miss Mattie Kerns of Nicholas county La the guest of Miss Mar Outright Mrs Ida Wultrn and daughters f PiplarPlaiiii were guests of R R Walton and farnilj plchdWViLlemoyandfatnly Misbes loa Day and Morton Da risiif Days Mill visual Mis Emniu Colliver lust week Tim Riddle and wife of Buth county visited MrsBettieCufight und family one day lust week Mrs Mantle Fanning of neat came Friday to visit er father Ed Colliver and family Miss Emma Norton Davis of Hillsboro visited relatives und from Wednesday untilSun ay Mike Rigdon daughters MiFBen Lula and Audrio and cousin Miss ess Rigdon of near Tilton were uests of L G Rigdon und family Friday andSalurduy Olympia The sick here are no better Lou Bagliuw moved to Salt Lick MndaytmingsburgItThomDIJ Jackson expects to move to soon Wm McGInthin made a flying trip to Illinois last weekmThe Thompson children who had diphtheria are better Mrs Clara Pergram of Elk Lick visited friends here lust week ciEverybodytho Hodricks meeting Sunday Roy Jackson of louisville is visiting his father J K Jackson Born to ClellS warts and wife Sept 29 a One girl their first born 1 Miss Fannie Barber of Howards Mill i visiting DrClark this woekI Mrs Peach Warren visited here father George Jackson last week T Harry moved front the hotato the house lately vacated y u Bashaw Norman Horton of Mt Sterling IuryIrvIn ugbterssister Mrs Fred Slesser Mrs Maggie HuntofSliarpsburg was the guest her sister MrstKate Costigan last week Miss Lillya Young started Non t day to Mississippi to complete her education We wish her success IHMiss Rena Jackson went toStep tone Tuesday to visit relatives loUleW M Sewell and wife of Pine h JRothwellGeorgeSwarts I take this method of letting the readers of Tax OUTLOOK know that team in n degree acquainted with si George Kelley charged with having 1 a J4r i j l o horse of Elija Groves in his possession lie isa simpleton and do not think he is morally respon e for his nets ns ho has drawn ney from the State nnd has run nwny from his widowed mother atMDelvinta Lee county Ky and to bee dayther limiing she is unable to do anythinu for her unfortunate weakminded son GEOUQE SWAUTS CrooksinDave Gilbert of Midland tltyhol was htro Sunday Mrs J O Hall is visiting rela lives at Stepstone qu tiuIetlyJohn English and wife moved to Mt Sterling lust week J DTurley of Salt Lick wc tiere Friday on butinessanMiss Callio Jackson visited rela tives in Owingsville last week Rollie McIntyre of Columbus Ohio is liMrsSnedegar a sorrel horse for 05ofMrs Sent Vice and son of Prick ly Ash visited relatives here Sun d ayheshipped two car loads of cattle to Cincinnati Satiir day Wilson fe Hendrix shipped car loud of cattle to Cincinnati Satu r day Mrs Joe Williams nndchililren visited relatives at Olympia Sutur day and SundayinJim Williamson is very low and on account of bis age is not liable to get well ngain Odessa Jailer S T Jones nnd snnRobert isited I R Darnell one night last week Quite n crowd from here attend ed the campmeeting lledricks unday IMrsf Owingsville visited W B Power undaySB W KernEl of near MooreGeld visited Jumes H Wilson one night last weekwCharley Coldiron of Ohio was n daysIlIslMrs Addle Hawkins is visiting her daughter Mrs Sam Butler at Salt Lick Miss Maggie Jones visited her cousin Miss Eflle Jones ItOwlngl ville Saturday und Sunday Mm J R Junes and children lately of Hillsboro were guests of relatives here the luRt of the week nnd with Elder J R Jones lefi Monday for Lexington to live The latter will attend Bible College John VDrnlliipdwiIevieil the family of their broirinlintEd Deutoii also t heir traugh ter Mrs Jus PYI6I1nUl ti Fleming county from Saturday tiUTuosday of last week Mrs Powell accom panied them homo for a visit Homer Stephens and wife diann arrived hero last week on a visit and to eonsi Dr A W Jones in regard eer on Mr Stephens face and neck which he has had removed three times hj other physicians and it has come buck each time Stepstone RevJJobbs will begin a pr traot ed meeting there next Sunday The It F D hits struck our place the first trip being made lust Friday 9pentSundayWm Helwig and fiimiiycMrs John Goodpuster of Camar o is visiting Reuben Goodpaster family on Salt Well H Plnppsand wife Frank Brown and wife were at Howards Mill at tending church Sundayt SIen and Mr Steeles father listI weekrMrs Richard Garrett nnd Miss Mildred Garrett spent Wednesday of last week ut Owingsville visiting kinfolks Wm Sorrell and wife of ButlerI Ky are here visiting his or inlaw S P Steele and family several daystiFrom all reports E L Payne h pIsGft tobacco Miss Sudie Stout who has a IliiiT music class at Salt Lick was homo ver Sunday taking in the soci1r her house nMrschildren of Lexington spont from Friday till Monday with M FWil son and family Miss Bertha G Bittinger nt firotaMissep Sallie Estill and Viola Ha vene at Grange City abWellrown and voted in the Dry en nthtest last Saturday and some didi ake enough interest to vote at a IbP H Bittinger of the Soldiers owe at Dayton 0spent nine of days Lore with his son Harry and gr family week before last He is fo oking well Mrs J 0 Hullof Preston istI ere visiting her brotherinlaw TVI Alexander and before Jovingmake her home The young lady who has pneu mania at Uncle Shelby Goodpas ns is some better us well as the ackTurleys and T J Alexanders I f 0 s J 4 r r IJIV biJ I JA r t J Mrs John Kurrck utsth Fruuk Brown spent Friday with Joe and Francis Cook on Flat Creek They report a good time and lots of good thingii to cut on the dinner table iss Mayo Stout gave n social a few of her friendsr last Satur night in honor of her company abroad and quito a pleasant e was hud by those in attend c The building of the Corinth Church has been contracted for 1 300 completed nnd we lire told that contractor will begin work on it the near future the contractor nn contractorSIJ the As THE SUN SEES JoForget g that interstate comity which that full faith and credit bogiven by one State to the gre men of another State the Memphis atIIng d hero The people of Kentucky seem to tired of Joe Blckhurnlsod well ey may be Blackburn is n fluent talker a lire enter IInda wan of- mited intellectualealiber TiFedof Joe Blackburn Tired the GrandOld Man VersoUless If Kentucky could show herR 1r BO ungrateful for H time honored in itution we might have to believer honored pout sang truth in the far resounding lines Politics are the damndest In Kentucky be BtiredStiles Blackburn Ho is not tired inn a gene ien If lie went from the Senate 1897 twas but to return in 10011 They count tint well who think theyre going to leave him out in 1907In Joe Blackburns own immortal words He that dallies is a dastari und lie that doubts ill damned Kentucky does not breed doubters anddalliers A3 to Mr Blnckhurn8 fluency His word output for year is about onesixteeiilhouHundth of thellni Hob Taylors for n week If Mr laekbiirii cuts lire occasionally he never lets it spoil on his stomach intellectual enlihci mny be flflO dfutiiuters less than that of the lion John Wesley GuinesHhat monumental pile of brains but it ill compare very favorably with that of Tennessees wee modest crimson tipped flower the HonEd wrd Wnni Curmack This Hon Joe Blnckburn repre Fonts the immutabhresent I and fundamental principles of Democracy us vagUely vociferouf ly and truly us anybody van until somebody finds out what they aire- New York Sun Bath Countys TELEPHONE Franchise Rights FORh SALEI- I 0 By order of the jtlsrnlColrt mndo nt the April term 1905 Iw u IdsCourt on tho llth day of Septenp ber proceed to sell for cash in hand lo the highest and best bidder at the Court bouse door in OwingiviI K entucky the franchise rights erect telephone lines over each turnpike and public road in Ha said franchise privileges exceedingrprivileges over the following tur pike roads Maysville ic MtSteriing turnpike oad purnpike uUleOwingsville t Preston turnpike oad OwingEville Menifee to Menifee line turnpike road Ow ingsville Stepstone turnpike rots wingavihleO Wyoming turnpike rord OwJngsviile ds Mclntire to Tl11 t V Jngsville BluerLit e Jourdon turnpike road Union Sharpsburg Sanders route turn SbnrpsburgRnt1ift nming East Fork turnpike oa unnel ik Prickly Ash turnpike Bethel is Junction turnpike oad Maui Branch Convict rood turnpike road Salt Lick 4 Sulphur l iiurnpike d ike road Water Dell 4 Licking river turnpike road White Oak turnpike road Preston Peeled Oak turnpike road Big Slate Creek Springfieldpike road The Fiscal Court will be in BOS a on tho day of sale and tbetl ght to reject any and all bids for W ese said rights is reserved And when said bids are made that will Shemediately confirmed by the order w 11saidchants 5rphones ike under Section 164 of ll e Constitution of Kentucky are id This July 26th 1905 NO A DAUGHERTY J B C and Special Commissionerel VeeklyCourierJournal nd Outlook one for i6ocr f Jl 7r 8 a j Tl Ti 0 r J r i r h rItt A ij 7- v r 1 L r Jj SaitLicicic S i STREET FAII EPT 27 28 29 3jT10BIO SHOWS40 sAnd many premiums each day See large bills for further particulars I Address Sherman Gullett Secy bi ath room Ready Sept i hite Shoo Polish for tale IFOIR L ILump and Pluto IRON CO OLYMP IA KY Commissioners Sale JM Richart Plff4 vs Nil lice of Snip R M Stampers Devi ees4c DUe By virtue of a judgment mid or der of sale rendered in the Htitli CIcuitGfurt t laMny termlS05 ntlie aboyc styled care theuh er igned wiljon MONDAY SEPTEMBEILIJ 005 about oclock p in pro epd O offer for fnle to the highest hid er at public auction ut the Court ouse door ill Owihgsville Ky n counlyKvereik anti bounded as follows Be inning at u point in the center of tlsmper thence S 611 E 106 610 pubes to Rtuke at 8 1takeoles to point in center of Slier burne pike at figure lOthence with center of pike S 56i W21 610 pnies and S 521 W 8 49100 poles to the begipning containing 27 310 acres Iundaptoe sum of 742 01 hut the tale thereof hometoan StampprId of 11six months The purcimcnr will execute bond with good suretypay able to the undersigned for the urchase price bearing six per ent interest per annum from date ntil paid II S GOODPASTER Master Comr B G Cm Commissioners SaleLl ohn W Hawkins Plaintiff against Notice of Sale Sallie Better dec Defendants By virtue of a judgment and or IIIIIIy te ur1905 hMONDAY1905 about 1 oclock p m o I offer uisale to the highest bidler at public auction at the house door in Owingsville frllcd of land lying in Buth county KYI on the East Fork of FlntCreekand bounded and described as follows Beginning at a stake corner with I James Perkins thence N 47 W 32J d c chains and corner to Mrs Goodwin ifl thence S 58 E 81 chains to corperr Abraham Hendrixs line thence 32 E 4chains niithskWain and 11 links thence S 6J W chains nnd 56 links to u an deeso IIIPerkinlland 75 links to the beginning and containing thirty acies of lundor Sdr gosarySallie Butler K JcreditJ fa jif It Y 1r 4 r 7t i The Palace Bather Shopiis the best place in the city of Owingsville to get nn upto datn bnlrcut or shave Two first clnjfo Barbers ready to wait on YOItr i tall times We hnve t i Ii retinue bootblack John Pner and ho isniwayB on yon Wishing all customers logiv us rllC1ytnwoltI basement under hotel E J 7 Virginia Screened Canneli OAJLiVRITE l ROSERUN plotr crion OWlngIlIIIPltJSherburne subjOJject will execute bond with pond Biirnty 4 payable to the undersigncdfnr tti purchase price br aringG5fc iniensK per ahnunX from duti until paidiU S GOODPASXIR- Master Cojnr IL C CcR Gndpell Son Jttts9 If yon wnnttinjif rVtefftrtf nn nuc tloneer ciill oh use Tenjis ri usun GWOLJOdeSsa Vimoni Street MEATYARKET C A REED Prop OwmgsviHe Ky Fresh and cured meats Qysterslivery Order by phone if y6uwishournuiiiberis2i T Red Cedar SHINGLEBEST Any one needing building mate liii of any kind should write to or cull on us TORRENT CHURN tine only real churn on the market Manu 641STARMT STERLING KY v GOOD NEWS FQRIM- OtHEflSAIffiDAUGwitRs How often do we see a nattJrallybeatk IiIacltI 4 by inacthty of the oPenIthatthenetemedysmooth and healthy bycreating anaturalactivity in res t Vhen applied Paracamph opens the removesoncsUon theptlfltICsl3lotches etc in a perfectly safe and sure manner If pPUedfrectytothefacetwiceadali JN 1VellIandothert a healthy eaciib1oom glow to thein p1se even the most par dFaracamphthit wilt evea thernostlicate akind lUsaclean safe cooling motherdresultsAbottle of Paracamph today from your uggist to what we claim younowteeevery bottle to give eatisfacion only in 25c oc and 1OO bottles The Paracamph Company Zouisvflle 9HN T KlNBRQUGH SON r 1