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000 The tobaccocutters made good progresd last week but were stop pad for a few days by Sundays f r in Si I Mra Rebecca Kenny a widow aged about 60 years died nean 4 Forge lUll Saturday and was burieXj SundarL W Conner the dentist uses Odontunder and nil approved aniesthetica for the ex 1tsion of teethIAssessor John Oakley of Roes Run ts in bad health and Robert L Wells Is making assessments for him in the bharpsburg precinct 11 FOR SLe400 bbls corn boo longing to estate ofJamesTAtch bon on lower Slate Creek 2t W C JACKSON Wyoming Ky X Sid Ktilso a young colored mObI formerly of this town was convict ed of pbbing the cash drawer of a ealoon at Ashland and sentenced to tin years in the penitentiary RFWARD1 will pay a rowrdor 4100 for thj recovery of my two i liorsea stolen the night ot Sept 4 and the conviction of the thief or 4 t tliievefl JAMES F CLARK f Aiiobd home made hair lleslSlO at Conroyn Mt Sterling us Old buggy r LLrq pay fur new ones at Con lit Sterling 2t DnCzAIr person harrng ttlaM agalnut the estate of Mrs ilary J Cunner decdl will please ftent the same to KO properly prOTtr AugS 19p5 xt TJ LAcy Agent ELKCTION BOAKU Aehby H bgonw4 appointed as the Oem qdiatieeiaber of the Bath Cuun ty Election Board Jud e W S Xiudgell lithe Republican member ad 8h rlirseth Butte an exuffluio aebernt f James Jackson at Fciisexamting trial Saturday was acquitted on the ground of self de Ri tense of the charge of cutting and l ouadi g Thomas Griffon in the f Sght with the Griffen brothers some 1 weeks ago at the attire between F Olywpia and tbe Springs p Box SDPPKR The teacher Miss Eva McKinivan and pupils of Pleasant Valley school together with the ladies of the PleasantVul ley Church will give abox supperJ Saturday Right Sept 16 purchaseIxf the school and churchr ScpCRtsrci MEETINQ Elders B t p tH Ron and T W Harrison closed i a Bteeting at Cornwell Menifee of couaty Sunday nighfy with 45 ad IcUtioal to the church Elder Barf ieiaon left Saturday for this town Ind went from here to hord B meet ing in Garrard county Elder Ross j came home Tuebday morning TKLEPHONC FRANCHISES SOLD At the Courthouse door Monday the Fiscal Court sold the right td erect and operate telephone lines over all the turnpikes in the counV l f ty except the Craign the Water Dell and some other minor roads I the uniform price being one dollar r peraile In eqrae instances thelt I franchise over the same road f eold to different companies HOMKGBOWM LEJlOKAWBuI co 3 showed ua Monday as fine a I peciuen of lemon aa we over saw jHe grew It on a tree at his homo I Of course he keeps the tree in aI i grtenbouse or flower pit in the 4r WInter He says tbatittake8aboutI ell BBbBtba Joaa to ma JEuro Wafter The tree NIsr ihroHgfeeutthe Buntaer i are leaiens ef all stage fJ of developeeBt OB it t Jep aaTI weiember that lsl k printletteratatemontfl envelopea cards labels ree iti tarnations aad all aorta ft- t f lniiIRes Btatio ery OB the beet stock IB tasteful style at the most r asoBabI6 prices Compare our work with that turned out by any job eMceaiMi you will Sad it to jour aivautage to have us do your wark j Welt print posters dodgers I s pawpfclaH siid everything usually 1t MriWCMit b a eoHntry job office 4I f ejkivvwi hand 9rBale in any Jf d V HitityLWa kjB rt I fii1IIIi4I lkIIf c 1 t r J Y r wiPi72lIl h2 p h s jf5t I trl IttFr t poor t t 2rf rT po n J1 r f r fn r kr 0 g p1i l4 IPEijSONAi IMrs Sarah JnckstiaiilL on the SlietbyvhlLeWednesday Elijah Hogg of Morohead was in town Friday Brutus UurbrhlKo returnedSunday from Add 6tou O D N Young spent a tow days In Lexington List week Miss Annio Sheehan Is visiting fronds at Salt Lick Sirs Vm 8 Phelps Is ablo to be out HRuln after her illness SterlingIsMrs J M Brother Is spending some days at the Olympian oprings Ohio COOIIH returned Sunday night from aBtajmrFrenoh Lick Springs Ind Holman Rico and Earl Ford spent from Friday until Sunday in Muys vllle Mrs Jane Reid of Clark county visited Mrs Jesse Jl Hampton thu past week Mr and Mrs Ford Patterson have returned from Ainyx Springs Mor gan county Miss Anna Belle Donohew of Mt Sterling came Tuesday to visit Mrs Corn Connor Alex Goodpnster left this week to attend the Ky Military Institute utILyndon Ky Miss Ednan rollltlt Tuesday to attend CampbeilHugermim College at Lexington Elder Robert Campbell returned Thursday from a visit to family near Lancaster Misses Mary and Lena Shrout of near Sharpsburg visited Gay Slirout and wltutIuesduy Mrs Kin Ford or Cynthlunll via ited Mrs E H Goodpnstor some days hept wsk Miss Kathryn McCabeof Harrods burg came last week to visit n N Young and family A Hoffman unt D Harold Johnson of Mt Sterling were in town Friday on business Clarence Power went to Cincinnati Saturday to accept H position with a telephunccompaiiyC Sharpsburg visit ed his brothers humus J and James T Peters Thursday Miss Julia Elliott returned Tues nay train a visit to Miss Amanda nCII lit at OraysonhMisses Mattie Woodson Barnes and May Shruut left Tuesday to at tend college in Lexington Mrs Ida Elliott was called to Moorefleld last week by the serious illness of her sister Mrs Burns ThosMcCUntock of Illersburg A spent from Sunday untiL Tuesday with his daughter MrS T y Perry Marion Mclntyre of Columbus O arrived Monday on a visit to Ed Barnes and wife aud other relatives MrsCIarencbLebus ofCyntiiiana and MM R A Chiles of Mt Ster Hug ate guests of Mrs E H Gaud paster MB E E Holmes of Var8awacame Wednesday night of to visit her parents J WHutcheson and wife S C Bascom JrDnd wife of Millersburg were the guests of theIfamily of his fattier A W the past week Mrs JosephSpencerof Owensville county 0 came Tuesday to visit her sister Mrs J A Barnes and other relatives Miss Mildred Davlso Mt came rlduyto visit hirsisterlnluw Mrs Mlnot Davis Miss Davis a tulIented young musician Chas Brown after a visit of some weeks to his aunt Mrs D N YOUltgI returned to lila home near burg Wednesday of last week Miss Maggie Rice daughter of J Harvey Rice ofHeleuaMnson counc ty was the guest of Miss Nannie J Dawson near town the past woekI Mr and Mrs J A Looscher of Philadelphia Mrs J Klser and Miss Klser of Lexington were guests of Mrs Cora Conner last week Wm T Warner has rented the J byMrsand vill rnove to it with his- amily Win Jones of Petersburg Illvls Red his aunt Mrs Evaliue Atchison last week Mr Jones went West county83earsRobert Lee Goodpnsters 11year SlateCreekness of pneumonia Sulllo Thomp son aged 14 at same place is alsotrecovering Fridayrrum I and a visit to her nephew Thomas P at Williamsburg the attora daughter Miss Florence ac companled her home Miss Nnnove Berkley who had j been stenographer for Rev R A atMtSterlingfort Monday to resume her duties us stenographer for one of the judges of the Court of Appeals Not being able to rent aeatlafncto Ooodpasterbuildsthe west end of town MrsJBMGood went last week to make her homo with her brother ChasRScott at Sherburne for the present James W Lane Democratic nominee for County Judge gets possession atI occupiedbyUrby Mr Lane Mrs E H Goodpaster will enter tamat euchre Wednesday evening of this week from eight to ten SKingFordCvnthUna and Mrs R A Chiles of Mt Sterling iMmovEYotm CATTLS Farmers why not improve ybur cattle hy purchasing pedigreed Shorthorns at the sale of Batcom Young and rsdayOabove good graBe cattle See their ad fn r f f 7 iijfo 0 j 1J Jio 1 See Qnnroy at Mt Sterling be fore having your saddle repel red will bo money to you HonaKs STOLEXJimcS Clarks two work horses were stolen tho night of Sept 4 from his homo near UeynoIdHTillo and he has had 110 trace of them since Ho has of feroda reward of 100 for their re coveryand the conviction of the party who stole them There is a large section between Shlrpsburgevery sort of portable property from horses and buggies down to poultry lisa been stolen There ie evidently an organized bund of thieves at work there and the community may be compelled to enter on a systematic campaign to catch time guilty ones Mae WM GUEEX DKADMrE Henrietta Green died at or near Farmers Monday and was buried litI Slaty Point TuesdayIMrs Green was aged 81 years and hid been blind for sonic time She will the widow of Wm Green and resided the greater part of her Iiroe near Farmers anJ on Prickly Ash near this town Her maiden name was Razor and she was a sister of- tVnr Razor Sr who died at Mid land City several years ago HerI husband line been dead some yearsiShe and her husband were nent and highly esteemed fepleI widely connected and with many friends The following of theirt children survive Geo F Greenof near Salt Lick Jane widow of James G Rice and Mary wife of Chins W Bailey both Tricklmm Texas Elizabeth widow of John Davidson William J Mason and Annie wire of Clay Jones of or netr Farmers Joshua of Yulcnnd Carrie wife of Clark Garnett of Fleming county VACANT HOUSES IN P orECT At present there are only two va cant bifinesa houses in town the neat little remodeled house of JJ Ncsbitts adjoining THE ODTLOOK olllcc and the house vacated by Daniel Fratiuac the burned out millinery firm After the first of January when the aaloonists go out of business there will bein addition o the above five empty business houses and probably two more Those needing anything in t Ijat line will please peak early to avoid the rush There will alcl heselrltluresidences empty but the dcmiind h for residenceii ha1 heretofora ec eedod the supply TheProhlbition laV has niiule such a ehnkeup in t business and taxation that it will take considerable time to get tlllnlS adjusted to the new order Nine d empty business houses are not sii b easy to nil in a town of this size where the field is fairly occupied in nearly every line of merchandise town badly needs a laundry nd a bakerv however lIEU A CHILD TO Fifjo A HUME The Kentucky Childrens Home So ciety has grown to bo one of the greatest child saving agencies in America The success of the work is duo to the good people of our p State who have opened their hearts and homes to the homeless destitute s children und r our care Sixty or seventy bright sweet children are sent to us etch month- sd it is necessary in order to pro- cvide for other neglected little ones to find good homes for the children now under our care Have you II child in your home If you have do you nut think ycu could take another little one to raiseand rear into good citizen ship Will you not help us bytgivinga home or finding a for a child of any age from infancy to girls and boys of twelve years of age The Master said In as much as ye have done it to one of the least of these ye have done it unto me i Ujrpu are interested in the workt LSznowsonio Bldg Louisville KyrTUB NEW TuLEruoNH Co The Sharpsburg Home Telephone Corn puny has completed its lines to and in this town and is now putting in telephone boxes preparatory to getting the exchange over W W Perry d COB grocery in operation Oct 1 This company has con etruoted lines that are simply first J class in every respect No company can boaht a superior unless it be- n the use of cedar instead of chest nut poles There is strong rivalry between this company and the Eastern Ky Telephone dcTelegraph Co that owns and operates the old c exchange here No doubt it will be a fight to a finish between them with the survival of the fittest as this town is too small to support exchanges The new company makes contracts at 125 per month for residences 150 for profession al offices and 2for business houses with the right to talk over all tho lines of the company in Bath coun ty whether out in the county or through the exchanges at Owing ville Sharpsbutg Bethel and Salt Lick There is also connection with all the independent lines at the neighboring county seats and probably with independent lines throughout this State Ohio and Indiana Howeverthere in no con nection with the long distance line s Every of importance in the county is readied exceptStepstone The old company charges 1 for residences 1 50 for professional ofttces and 2 for business houses but the renter dan not talk out of the town without extra charge 1t 1 fJf 1 UNFOUNDED RKPOUT We ore au thorized to state thut the report that Mrs Annie Harrod the chief minister ot the Holiness camp HedriCkslSunday HITKLFY TOBACCO GKOWERS Co Lexington Ky Sept lISpecialt- o Courier Journal A meeting of five of the seven directors of tlie Burley Tobacco Growers Associa tion was held here today to consider progress in time effort to organize the growers for the control of this yenrs crop The report received showed a state of affairs which con vinced time committo that the movement hind almost reached a successful conclusion Many of the counties reported that time it I lotment of stock hind all beep taken In Fayotte county 7400 of the al lotment of 10000 has been sub Rcribed with assurances of tho reo mainderraud in Voodfotd 9500 u the nllotment of 12000 lies been subscribed The reports1 IndlI cate that the balance can bo ensilI ubtainedIThe committee adopted resolution directing the chairman undI trustees of the fund in each countyio report to State Chairman Hawkins next Monday the exact- a Il181inins will compile those reports andbpresent the result to a meeting Wedncsduy8eptembcr will be takenP- RESImYTERIAN PROTRACTED MEET NQRev John H Meacham pUlle lor or time Mt Sterling resbyterp ian Church began a meeting at the Presbyterian ChurchIJ hero Friday night Rev R AValrton the evangelist is assisting in the meeting 0 F PIpha celebrated tenor c singer of Chicago sings at each meeting Mr Pugh is u native of Wales and tins been in the United States sixteen years He was orig nahly a professional the operatic and concert stage but gave that up some years ago to devote his tA- lent to religious work lie has been Hpoisting Rev Walton for a year d n ins evangelistic work Mr Pughg has a medal awarded at the Fair and other medals for his sing ing He hns a roagnilicient v lice nd thrills his hearers lie is per itp the greitefit singer that was ver heiird in this tcwngThe people are er st in thu meeting by filling thf churlhulelwhervlr The tarot ing will tlJnl nut at least until IIIUP posiljhsmngerPojih was born in Mach wynlleth Wales He inherited lila fAtQrst prize for singing lie came to America when Ie was 18 years old and studied at ITtoi Conservatory of Music New York lie taught at Colgate University Hamilton N Y He touka Worlds Fair rize 50 for best tenor voice over 36 competitorsand succes lan took Music Festival prizes at Colambtii Cleveland and Cincin nati Then as chorus master he b took the Choral Society prize in even contests over one hundred ormieftante These seven prizes varied in value from 500 to 700 a each Ills specially trained chor uses have six times received the first prize The seventh time it was divided between Cleveland and another city He has been associ with Rev R A Walton for he past year and will be with him for another year NARROW ESCAPE KBOJI DJlATIIe The most dangerous piece of public highway that we are acquainted with in Bath county is the high n narrows some hundreds of cing on the OwingtvilleStepstone between the residences of rArterOad is cut out of the face of a wooded precipice Some hundreds iroudcan puss each other only by then w clostst shave It gives one a creepys feeling merely to drive alon narrows On last Thursday after noon Dr A W Vuldei and Judge ohn A Ramsey were driving inoibuggy in their way to town on wild stretch of turnpike They had crossed tbe little bridge over theIfalling rock branch when all once there burst on their view aIJ 0runavayart coming towards them Dr Walden instantly Jumpedout and pulled his horo to the right aa he did so Judge Ramsey started to get out when the run away horse was upon them illluhtCJ g turning to the right as it passeds The cart struck and shafts and grazed the wheel of thei buggy The horse was running at its utmost epeed Judge Ttameey was knocked on his back onto the rear axle between the buggy bed and wheel He held on to the lent rail Luckily Dr Woldenltillyt behed herself and e was extricated thqugh badly bruisedt Jwrencbed JhortJudge recovered sufficiently to get into tile buggy and come on home shortly afterward The runawaya horse belonged to Albert and had slippedUho bridle at Levi Jones and started for hums in a dtlctunt 8S2SP SWnwK7 r I r NowREADY Mrs D S Estill has opened out her new Fall and Winter Goods and they are ready for inspection Everything in millinery dress goods and notions cheap for cash Cash paid for eggs MRS D S ESTILL REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE MEET a The Republican County Committee held an adjourned meeting at the Court house Sept 5 1905 The meeting determined to cull a coun ty convention and to that end adopted time following resolutions towitResolved That a county conven ioim of the Republicans of Bath county be held at time Courthouse n Owingsville Ky on the IQtli day of October next at 10 oclock m for time purpose of nominating Itepublicnn candidates for Ctlunty nd Magisterial district officers toe voted for at tho next November election That time said cotveution shall be composed of delegates from the several voting precincts of the county to be selected and appoint d by the Republican voters of such recinct at meetings to be held by rorthelrjrellpecl place or at some place convenient thereto except in the Preston preI inet time shall be at Olympia on Saturday the 7th day of October 1005 al2 oclock p m That iIierepresentmtion Dud num ee of delegates to beappointed to said county convention shall be as follows Sharpfiburg precinct Nol 2 dele gates No2 3 delegates Bethel elegatts South Sherburno 2 dele ates Wyoming 2 delegatesForge Hill 2 delegates Salt Lick No 1 2 delcgntea No2 2 delegates Link ing Union 1 delegate White Sulphur 2 delegates Preston 2 delo inles OwingHville No 12 dele lCit1 No 2 2 uIehgas o3 2 tIg leslnIJlI28 ilclegiitcs- Thiit smd Hirelings ure further dirruleti to select itlt rniite dele gntis the lint of delegates and al ternate delegates to bo certified to- by the secretary of this committee by the chairman or committeeman holding such primary actings be ore time meeting of said county convention H T HOPKINS Chairman R GUDGELL Secretary CREATED A HUBBUB It leaked out after we had made up our forms late Tuesday afternoon of last week that Rvery startling proposition hind been made to the Republican Committee of Bath county at its meeting hero that day y Chas A Brown a prominent Republican of Sharpsburg The following is the statement made by Mr Brown over the telephone ton OUTLoOK reporter The statement I made was that ertain meni did not jay they were Democrats I will now say they were not nominees on the Democratic ticket would give or uso for the benefit of the Republi can party fifteen hundred dollars if certain candidates were not oppo d but if they were opposed they bo compelled to use it on the other side as these men were their personal friends I willow say the object was to defeat the man and punish the Democratic primary committee for the dis graceful treatment of Waller Sharp n Bath and Rowan counties it the ati election I did not say that I would be a candidate except on ime condition that no other Repub in this or Rowan county ould oppose Young Tlity call it sale Did time committeemako a mile when it didnt allow Sharp a single election officer in Rowan county We give Mr Browns statement n order that there wag bo no mis representation We are informed hat Mr Browns proposition was indignantly rejected by the Com it tee and the Republicans gener lly condemned it withoutqualify ng their language Air Brown is qaid to have regarded it as a plain and simple business proposition which was to aid the Republican Demlocratlcmerchant and citizen of high standing and no doubt was sincere n his belief thatit was a legitimate weapon sanctioned by the rules of political warfare Additional Personal V3 Miss Jennie Elliott returned Sat rday from a visit to Curter county Mrs H C Ond ell went Tuesday o visit her sister Mrs 11 C Prewitt ti Fayettq county Mrs Bettle Atchison and Miss essie Atchison of lower Slate left mesday for a trip to Cincinnati Mises May Atchison of lower ngeCItt Richmond JIf Edmunds nnd wifedaughter of the lute H e Meadj who are at Mt Sterling to attend the trial of time Mead will case were hero Tuesday rc Photos made at J A Powers Jewelry Store at 10 for lOcO Corn one and all lambshaveMoiidaytion was 735 The for hogs was 1585 J he cattle market continues at the limit of meanness COURT PATuiie crowd here Monday was very large but it was not one that made the merchants glad by buying freely except in the line of wet goods The trade in live stock was fairly briskmules holding up to the high level of pri ces Hogs wore down to about five cents in sympathy with the city markets Cattle wont at the preI vailing low prices Among the sales of live stock were yearling2150 per head Ben F Shrout bought a calf of Almanza Stone for 1250 J P Copher bought ofESHam jlton four yearling steers at 13 per head yearhogE S Hamilton bought a heifer of John Ellis for 1025 Richard lies bought six steers of J L Dawson at 3o Butler Toy bought two calves of John K Jones for 20- W T Warner bought twelve feeding cattle of John Ellis for 24890 Geo T Young bought a yearling steer at 2c C W TaW sold to Allen Co four yearling steers at 18 txr head threecows to Peed k Lafli tam for 4812 WS Foucii eoifi a horse to Blink Cooperfor 97 Cooper resold it to W W Razor for 10375 Razor sold the same horse for 125 boughtlven7i7ilb at 340 Jacob Boyd bought fifteen 800 Ib heifers of Jess Fraley at 2c Bhprtyearlingat 21 per head and 2 premium on the bunch ten of same to Richard Lane at 1460 per head Wm T Warner and James Wil liams sold to Nixon Goodpaster tile butchers eight 750 lb heirs atBeT S Shrout sold a calf for450 Jacob Boya bought a cow for 155j3 of W B Power Richard Anderepn bought a year ling steer and a heifer at 1475 per head Jeff Dawson sold a cow and calf for 35 W H Power sold a weanling calf for 14 25- JameeEllington sold ten yes rling steers at 18 50 per head Lee Butcher cold a milch cow to Maik Thomas for 1425 Fletcher Crouch botght three perheadJames Ellington sold a row and 5 pigs for 1450 a sow and 8 pigs for20 12 ahoata for 25 12 shouts for 35 A horse was sold for 650 and is said to have brought more than its value Two milch cows were sold at 20 eachSeveral bunches of hogs were sold at 5c and sows and pigs at a lump sum- Holman Rice Sought of Wm D Young nine ewes at 425 each of Geo Blevins a weanling mule for 45 Mark Hendrix bought of Wm Hawkins a weanling mule for 85 John L Vice bought a weanling mule of Almanza Stone for 60IRobert LeeGoodpaster sold three yearling fillies to Jeff L Atchison for 200 and four suckling mare mules and two horse mules at 75 per head to John Clark Llle Hart sold to James Highley a mule for 135 J W Hutseil bought of H L McClain a pair of mules for 250 Lile Hart sold last week to a Mr Williams of Woodford county a pair of mules for 340 J M Rlchart bougbt a weanling mule of Perry Wbittbn for 82 50 andone of Ferry Steele for 70 J R Vice sold last weak six900 lb feeding cattle at 3eLie Hart sold a mule to Thomas McClintock for12125McCItntock bought a mule colt ofAlbertSbrout for 40- Peed 1 Lnthram sold to Jesse Hampton thirteen 740lb yearling steers at 340 seven to Joshua Ew ingweighing 1025 lbsat3cboughtele- yen706lbhmeifers of WmRRazor at 2e eight old cows at 1J to IKc of various parties one weanling mule of J n I1rouc for 60 one or Dock Gudgell for J60 one of John Mason Coylo for 55 David Bailey sold a weanling horse mule for 75 if t sIJ w J0 1 if8ttt t J NOW IS THE TIME 1 To save money on Buggy Harness I have more Harness and better Har 1 ness than any house in Eastern Kentucky When you buy that new bug y coino und BCO my Harness Dud I wil savo you money madeThey where Come and see mo and I will save you money I am yours for time best Saddles and Harness J EUGENE MINIHAN Owingsville RACKET STQRL t We have on our fall goods direet4 from- s New York and sir low you cant resist buy J ing Cups and Saucers set 25c Plates sot 35c Table Knives each So Dust Pane Sc Pocket Combs 5o Book Straps IOe Pencil Boxes 60 Slates 8 5c Slate Pencils 3 for Ie Cobblers Sot in box 4cc 2ioWhiskFlat Irons lb 40 pr 98 49cIDf8ficCanton SpKid25 16 k nLadles upHand25 CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W HEFLIN s GO T- OWMATGHISQNS tY LiVery and Feed Sta6fe vlO- WINGSVILLE c KY x When you desire a livgr jtean tiiai jil 1t12 r l jJ f 4 clasiiLevetjrjLespcct BKANDNEW VEHICLES HOJtS S FRESH AND FAST f I 2 XAtchisonprices Sales made on commission All trains met Preston low charges WM ATCHISON LIVERYMANi IiOwingsville Ky I r WM R PETERS Jr BETHEL KY J 1 Dealer in Furniture Also Undertaker Funeral Director and Jmbalmer TCalls promptly obeyed day or night L AccidentInsurance I A few weeks ago I insur ed Elder T W Harrison against accident and illness A few days later he was kicked on the elbow by a horse he currying and injured so that he laid up several days Hy company has just paid him 860 insurance Do you know you are as likely to get hurt ashe 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 you to pay cash I will take your note Isnt that fair JAMES M ROSS Owingsville Ky phone 57 Ni ht phoneS Get The Outlooks prices everykindand you will see we can do better at lower prices than you can get elsewhereThe and Weeki Commercial Gazette i year for 140 Bed Blanket 76 Mens and Boys Caps lOc Outing Under Skirts 25c Baby Caps 25 15o f Fall Waiiting yd 12J 8Jo r r at at was was for Day wor JPAINTING o INow t work J ft SHEEHAN 0 C O RAILWAY t Trains 22 nui 23 carry Dining service Blealshlacarte X f TIME CAR EFFECTIVE SEPT 271903 iiTIKE OF TRAINS ATlHESTOJjSTATIOK Eastbound 1 No 26 954am 1249pmNo34 e Westbound rNo23No 25 344 p m Nos 26 and 23 daily ex cept Sunday all others daily i l By a Special Arrangement you I aa gt K The Outlook and The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL both one year fur ori j I6O4Daily one Daily and Sunday year 8 jWeekly i year j 2 T 2 = ti tt brif 1 b t i ssI 41 L i CW f 1 UW1NOSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUn CO PublllhtrL OyINGSVILLE KENTTJCKT- SLEEPING I It DINIII the wee heart or yoq flIe s your wee heart L I Stumberland baby With lIps haIr apart With one dimpled nst heaaAndThrown tar on the prad 0110toDad s best est baby Blossom half blown Pink bud unfolding liB petals so talr Dlells foul Im itoopttig And klsllnc ilur hair Dless 3OU Im Mooping- I Sort Ihadows at play Are round youtxn crowdlnc awaypmy dtl Ijut dear iyesobiue Dad lolng you more 1j Than the angels love you- e One kfrs for your laIr And ont for your eyes And Qnp for the palm Where II Pink hnlow ltet And one for your lIiisl And one for your rthmd knee Oh babe In your dreaming 2 Dream something ot me I M lcwI In houston PoQ I I 0 rA ROSE R Ir A WILSON OF 1 CHAPTER X WHEREIN A SEA IS CROSSED A SE CRET lei DISCOVERED AND TONTI RECEIVES A IJLOV The lights were soon gone but still the silent figure of La Salle remained Sw ropeit f l34of the rail So wrapped in thought 4wasLa SaTle that he took no notice F1 of him until he had reached the Ileck Then startled at the sudden noiseless 2 I appearance of a human form so near him he stepped back a pace and drawing his sword demanded who It wasSaveour swordthrusts for your 575 enemies use them not on a friend replied the figure f SSlat Pompons voice exclaimed i La Salle as he seized his handin great I 5H f delight Pomporls face he added JIA as he peered anxiously through the darkness Mon Dleul I was think 44 S4 5log of you and TontI but a moment agojL Where is he for surely you are I together He is taking a last view ol the chorelights from his private balcony Perhaps he has finished was the re vp17 and leaning over the Vail Pompon gve a low whistle In a moment TontI had clambered up and soon all j three were engaged in an eager con t yersatlon ii I had given you up for lost said whisperinisand t his death Du all was mystery t R Ho baddthappeared his botlyno daub t ertitedby his coachman you too ygIII8 d fled ton I 1it It was said while Pomp n j whom I searched for diligently was l5 nowhere to be found The king was inclined to be vexed over your dis obeying his prder concerning duelling but I think he was secretly pleased at getting rid of the Comte de Miron hom he disliked Only the influ ence of Colbert kept him about the court r Thus did the partners In the firm tof M TontI and Company hold their meeting outside France and the night was far spent before they fin z ished recounting their adventures and Ughkt ir mysterious protector and the matter I was finally dismissed as a riddle tot be solved at some later day 4There was plenty of tlmjs for the 4 of their plans for the Salnt HonoreraHhough a stanch lit tIc craft of 150 tons was driven from her course by contrary winds and Sdrifted through many lazy days for I Za lack of any The passengers consisted of a party ot soldiers sent to swell the qr available fighting force to be used against the Indians a flock of 30 girls e traveling under the care of Madame Bourdon all seeking homes and hus- bands3 In the new strange lands across the sea shlp carpenters and workera t In Iron for the need of building small Sehlps to trade with the Indians and7 explore the coasts had been eniplim 1 1t 4 Sj LA SALLE REMAINED ON THE t q i IPOOD Tils letters to liS 1 stone masons the settlers erect t Z tbelr homes as jvell as build new forts J adventurers escaped exiles and poll A tleal refugees seeking under new names to travel In the kings ship 4 l and then lose themselves in the sav Vase wlld si Ambng these were some 30 men whoci La Salle had tempted by goodly sutaaand far goodlier prom i Ises of riches to be found in the New 4 World and tales of mystery and of 4e 1 H untold wealta that only needed daring hearts and hands to secure it some edSIn his explorations especially to build 4t J8bIJIICntkeW For this purpose ft Cordage and anchors wascarefhlly packed away In the hold t La Sallp at tfontl ieptto them Klyee but ibuipon went about the hip1 akag friends with every one in iS spite oihls abr face busying himself couldJrronveacbJ StelinghIn JnretumHedlced nlIi i IWIB yjirns with the sailors derived J OH hr8 experience in the galleys but carefully disguised he himself usuai- iTlfurlBpa3ij J a lirave officer la com ij1 1I I8ihort f ji Zrlr7 rre i fi 1 t iJZ Sr H rJ74c J4 i tfq rqi1 n IPfrtr 1 a f r 1 F J l t1 ji hbt jlt bt 1ff c mand of one of his majestys ships the women folks he sedulously shunned The three spent many evenings In La Salles quarters because they were much roomier than the rest and over their wine they gradually revealed much of their past lives to each other md grow In camaraderie and the bonds of good fellowship were knit more tightly A mass of rolling water encompassed them about Each little wave laughed md sparkled beneath thesunsfirst kiss In the early morning each little wave fanned Its white nightcap as the wind freshened after the sun went down ach little wave with its tiny strength urged on tho ship And so the sum mer days were filled with light anda the nights with the moons sheen upon the surface of the water or the myriad reflection of the stars that guided tho ablps course through the long lone watchesfgray twilight and the first half of the night were often spent in eon versa Ion by the three explorers onothe poop Just outside of hearing of the helmsman Then It was that ka Salle told of his early life of the days spent among his Jesuit teachers ofttime first voyage to the new land of- ida early efforts to penetrate the wilderness of the life and history ofithe colony of the rivalry between himself and the Jesuit missionaries and their followers for the furtrade with the Indians and the efforts tht made use of to thwart his plans times tho genial side of his nature showed Itself In the recital of amus- Ing incidents of the court at Quebec In the camp Thus passed the lays until full two months hall gone and the summer winds had changed to September gales Already the floating seaweed and screaming birds told them that land was near One night the three sat lis tening to the sound of wind and wave TontI was silent while his companions talked The master of the ship hal been commissioned to bring over n lute for the Comte de Frontenac It was this lute that TontI had bor rowed and heedless now and then of the flagging conversation Ire idly picked out some old forgotten strains upon the strings his thoughts far dls ttnt At length Pompon left themLlSalle after a few moments silence said Mon Dieu you are a man of ac complishments mon ami a soldier and a musician It needs only that you beflcome a poet nnd the three great arts will be found combined in one man TontI smiled We once toasted your Lily of Poltou he said Listen now while I tell you of my Rose of Normandy Perhaps if you will but target the singer you may be pleased like I am with the subject of my song So saying he played a few chords and began to sing to an old Italian air Whilst poets celebrate In rhymetSonic comely meld of The praises rare Id gladly sink Of Rose my Rose of Normandy The Funbeams nestle In her hair Her lips are wondrous red to see eyeThedSweetmind From earthly dross and blemish free aOrWithin the empire of her heart 1 fain woiilit relgn its klnc lo be But other hands I fear will J This Rose my Rose of Normandy S Bravo Monsieur PoetJapplauded La Salle Would that I had your gift of rhyming I fear my sober monastic training destroyed any latent talent I might have had If I could I would sing to you In return the charms of my fair one A silence ensued broken only by tho creaking of the ships timbers the shrilling of the wind through the rig ging and the sound of rushing waters as the vessel careened on her A falling star shot its tiny sparkcourseS the heavens the muffled sound of human voices came up from the interior ot the Saint Honore the ships ben announced the arrival of midnight At length TontI aroused himself from his revery and spoke to his friend who in turn was unconscious of his surroundings so great was the power of thought over his physical environmentDo recollect our first meeting mon capitclne how you promised to tell me the name of your lady when we bed once left the land behind usIPerhaps although your rhymes be faulty one could learn something of her from your prose True mon ami but words even though they be not those of poesy would utterly fall to describe the per son of her who has entered my lIC but recently but whose angelic pres ence I trust shall remain with me forever But I shall stare you all rhapso diet Sho whom I call my Lily of Pol tou Is a daughter of a noble of that province her name Renee dOutre lalse She lives with mademoiselle as- a companion and friend So far she- has not been seen at court but keeps close to her protectress and Is visible only to those honored few to whom mademoiselle chooses to show her for all of which I am thankful The princess asa patroness of the arts and literature has been pleased to Interest herself in my explorations and has in vited me on a number of occasions to rehearse to her my adventures In New and relate nil that would In terest her about the land and its Inhabitants Mile dOutrelaisc has been present at most of our interviews and it was while thus engaged that I real- Ized that a new strange feeling had arisen within my heart a feellng that men lightly call love but which I gtntlttrreqmo compSIllonssllence reputationlions and thinks highly of me as well as my projects and I know approves aughtinturn of my affection nor have I ever spoken words of love to her partly partlyfromalone but once I feel safe In her retired life believing mademoiselle to yeLIfI can returnin two or three years with honor power and wealth and claim her for my own She will be guided largely In her choice of a husband I the princess counsel and wishes saw her the day I left Paris and our parting interview augered well for my hopes How 501 asked TontI Ina hard strained voice I detected evidences of long weep lug in her eyes she was agitated beyond measure and expressed the warmest wishes for the safety and sin 0 cess of my expedition and best of all afterl had kissed the band of JiIWI1 t j SS J r L r ii IS cmolselle in adieu she permitted mi the same privilege and gave me as a parting remembrance a silken flag 01 France worked by her own fair fingers The approach of Pompon cut short any further speech from La Salle and permitted TontI to withdraw to another portion of the ship a prey tn the deepest emotion As he stood by the mUand looked across the tim bling surging mass of waters which a rising storm had quickened he felt In full sympathy with Its tempestuous nature And when tho ruin fell nnd the wind became a gale and the vcpsel bobbed about on the water he still tained his post oblivious of the oittev tempest engulfed as was his splrtt mid the waves of Jealous alarm unhappiness and despair Here was a blight upon his new formed hopes the man whom he had promised to servo as companion awl the one to whom he warmed as never to mortal man was now antunconscious rival In the first onrush t tho tempest that stirred Ws pas sionate nature he hated him awl cursed the day they first met Vnrt ot the glory and honor and riches hat were Just ahead on the explorers path sufficient but that he must take his love she whom he realized was nIt n all to him too And jhe melody of t ahewords words written in a moment Joy and hope that were In reality full yof pathetic foreboding passed throul his mind again nut oilier hands I f tir will pluck This Rose my Ko e of Normandy nut when the tide of feeling hal reached Its full then came the calrr beforo the ebb The soldiers sense ot Justice showed him clearly that hU friend was Innocent of any desire tc work him harm That he Really wai the Interloper for La Salle had know her for weeks and months while hli acquaintance was hilt that of a day And the strong feeling of remaining Rtanchly loyal to his commander cvei though it meant to take sides against himself came to hla rescue Then too the careful recollection of the twc hort glimpses he had of the fair lady showed him but too pliilnly that he hal s mall grounds of hope on which t build On Into the early morning watche he struggled with himself The ion of a man for a woman battled stron with a mans love rr honor and tha which he deemed the right And Io paradox appeared for in the strife although honor won yet in no wise wat his love for the woman conquered 01 belittled by the strife but rather wat- tI enlarged Illumined and made stronger still for he could at once give full allegiance to his lovo and yet resole that come what might ho would in no wise be false to his friend thai he could glorify and worship the ont and keep this secret hid from the other could aid his companion wltt ll his strength and leave the futurt o le bon Dieu who controls ever mans destiny The battle once won he could look forward with the hope that by being true to both now his reward would somehow be forthcoming when the work was done And as thi first morning rays touched the ships eck they fell upon the figure of t man not worn out and fatigued by c nights struggle nnd exposure but firrr nd erect gazing toward the new lane ut one days Journey distant with the light of faith and hope and love in hit countenance anti the greatest o these was love That night three goblets were filled to the brim and emptied and filled again Three manly breasts responded to the thrill of a common lot a common joy a common purpose Three hands clasped fealty with hands that gripped them fast They pledged the king the ship New France the ex pedltlon and last of all themselves- To three gallant comrades cried La Salle when the last bumper was raised who will to each other be true And faithful added Tonti in a voice vibrating with deep feeling Even unto death said Pompon gravely all Thus ran the toast so drank they CHAPTER XI WHEREIN ARBMKT A NEW WORLD AN ALLY IN HIGH PLACES AND A TEMPEST IN A TEAPOT A dull dark day an unfriendly wind necessitating frequent tacking of the ship the lowering of clouds that now and then swept down upon them enveloping everything In mist the cry of waterfowl unseen the sharp scared glance of gulls that suddenly appeared from out the fog only to veer abruptly away and be swallowed up again and then the uplift of the hazy curtain and the sight of a dim low line of coast with shadowy sug gestion of vast mountain ranges on tho horizons rlmthls was their wel come to New Prance As yet no indi cation appeared to show them they had left the ocean and were ascending the mighty stream that drained r continent But finally when on the near approach to the northern shore a glimpse was caught of the trading station at Tadoussac the weary pas sengers first realized that their Jour ney was nigh ended All crowded to the rail and strained their eyes to feast them on the land of their dreams the harbor of their hopes The three comrades stood beside the captain aa they watcheC the suns first rays light up the beetling rocks of Mal bay All day the glad sunlight and the clear breeze dried the ships etils and warmed the hearts of all on bard as a panorama of hitherto unknufru beauty painted by the hand of nature was slowly unrolled before their wonder ing eyes At length alter passing through the northern channel between the Is land of Orleans edged with houses and clearings and the mainland shores of Beaupre and Beauport the good ship glided into the quiet bay while the towering heights of Quebec puissant stronghold of a new country the comely mistress of all this fair land the goal of the entire com pal y smllK grimly down upon them Th6 promontory crowned with fort churches seminary and convent looked indeed the mighty silent bulwark that It was Soon was the silence broken for as the vessel let go her anclorand fired her salute a puff of smoke came from the fort and the long deep boom of cannon sounded clear in the early autumn air while from the flagstaff on the Chateau St Louis a white ban ner spangled with fleu i cplls waved shipIXot Wealth It Is not the posKVslon of money that constitutes wealth t ri gives the highest satisfaction and awakens the consciousness of noble tchlevement the assurance that one Is fulfilling his arIghttheplaced in his hand at blrt Success Magazine 7 4t r ii aPor r1 r 1 f I 7 j t i JACOB AT HARANrAtTilLSERVlNO roi LABANS CATTLE OUR BIBLE STORY by the llllhwayI and Byway Preacher I A Vision BWMTI the Lines Cods I Inspired Word lI r IjlCIIIJ JU tI1Scripture AuthorltyAnd It coma to pass when Itnehrl hail borim Joseph that Jncub mild 11110 Laban Send me away that I may unto mine own plate and to- yrem country Give me my wives unit my children for whom I have served thee and let me gO for thou knonest my service which I have done thee And Laban sliM unto hIm pray thee If I have found favor In thine eyes tarry for I have learned by experience that tho Lord hath blessed me for thy mike And he mid Appoint me thy wages undI will give It And lie said unto him Thou knoweiit how I have served hee and how thy cattle was with me For- ti was Illlln which thou haJit heforo I came and It Is now Increased unto a multi tude and tho Lord hath blessed thee since my coming and now when shall I provide for mine own house alio And he pnld What shall I give thee And Jacob saul Thou shall not give me anything If thou wilt do this thing fur me I wilt again keep a nd feed thy flock I wlll jmss through ll thy flock today removing from thence all the speckled and spotted cuttle and oalt the brown cattle among the sheep land the spotted and speckled among the coals and of such shall be my hire So shall my righteousness answer for me In time to come when It shall come for my hire lie fcrc thy face every one that Is not speckled and spotted among the goats and- brown among the lirep that shall he counted stolen with me And Inl m said behold I would It might be according to I- hwordoln 30U34 ACIIEL stood In time tent doorS humming a tlo lullaby to the babo which rest ed in her arms Her body swayed gontly with tho rjtlim ot till music as she rocked him to and fro and her ICS rested upon lila face lovingly for a moment antI then looked lurroundlnslml1ltCallo some ono whom sho was expecting Why does he not come she ex claimed anxiously Uilhah Rho called addressing her innld within did not father Laban say that ho would send Jacob word He did hut he seemed displeased and muttered as ho turned away something about Jacob leaving his Hocks too much Rachels brow clouded She felt the injustice of her fathers exactions He begrudgedJacowhich tturing the past year had been more frequent than usual for he was full of tender solicitude for her But now ho had been away fully a month IInpatientJycomes not And as thri woman hastened off Rachel continued to look awny across the flilds How lonely her heart full that evening Sho longed to share with iicr beloved Jacob tho Joy of her sons birth How proud and glad he would bo How through Urn year it their hearts had yearned for Gods favor And now with their hopes and prayers realized Jacob was absent from her and sIte felt that the glad event was robbed of halt Us Joy Ab precious baby sho murmured bow bard It Is to walt To wait for what my love ex claimed a voice and the next moment she found herself In Jacobs strong armsOh Jacob seellolellnl up tile baby Its a boy our boy Yes I know responded Jacob taking the little ono tenderly In hs arms and looking at him with proud hirwayglad news And then In answer to his wifes question ho wont on to explain bow La ban hall visited the flocks nearly two weeks before and hall objected to his leaving them at that time tin clarkS Illnaturedly that ho was neg lecting his work and so he hail re mained knowing that but a few more days remained of his seven years of service AntI now we are free Your father has no further claim upon us And what will you do now Rachel asked wonderingly not comprehend ing tint full meaning of the situation Do Has not Ciotl kept roc during all these years of hardship and toll and now He has dono this that lie has given mo a son of tbee I would re turn unto the land of my fathers lInt how We have nothing wo cancan our own Jacob stared at his wife while con fllrtlnf emotions of blank astonishment disappointment and indignation played over his features lila mind had keen so elated over the thought that his years of servitude wtre ended and that he could now return to the land Cod had promised to give hint and his seed as a possession that ho had not thought of his poverty Ho re membered all the 11 years of faithful fcrvlco tin had taken Labans few flocks and hernIa and under his rare they hail become vast possessions Out It was all Lallans Fourteen years hn salt slowly but I have theo ho exclaimed with sudden emotion placing his arm about his beloved Rachel aud drawing her to himAnd time baby she added smiling Into his face as she took and fondled him to her breast But that docs not give us camels and asses to ride on and flocks to nourish us on tho jour neyNay but we brve God We can trust Him Old He not lead my feet thither And will He not lead us back He has promised us the land He will provide But when next day Jacob broached the subject of his going to Laban that Individual was filled with disappointment and alarm How could he get along without Jacob He knew only too well how much he owed his prosperity to the faithful services of his nephew Tarry thou must for I have learned The Simple Life To be tender To be kind To be able to bear our trials bravely To decide without prejudice- To rise above suspicion- To look for the beautiful and the good in precious common things about us To let the sense of Inward trust and eace rise to our lips and permeate our lives Sterry1A 1 I SC 0 I by experience that the Lord bath blessed me for thy sake Appoint mo thy wages and I win give It Jacob was silent He was eager to get away In fact he had quite made up his mind that he would go but did the Lord want him to depart empty handed Would It be faith to rush off Impatiently and expect God to pro vide for his wives and little ones Or would real faith keep him patient In the present situation Was not It probable that It was Gods way of providing for him Gnd had blessed lila services so marvelously during the 14 years he had worked for Laban would lie not continue Ills favor now that he was to provide for his own household All these questions flashed through Jacobs mind as he stood be fore Utban who anxiously awaited hU answer At last ho looked up and said quietly I will continuo With you And what shall thy wages be Laban asked eagerly anxious to have Iho bargain concluded Ho knew what some of his neighbors wefo paying for the services of their herdsmen one twentieth of tho Increase of time locks and time herds But there were no such berdmen as Jacob All his neigh hors envied him his services If he could keep him he would do better than the ordinary wage He could afford to He would give him a tenth of thin Increase Anti whllo Lilian was making up his mind to do the really generous thing for the greedy and avaricious are al ways ready to deal magnanimously when they believe it Is to their profit Jacob was pondering thin question deeply If he agreed to the ordinary wage arrangement ho knew that La ban would say In the erd See how I have made Jacob rich His pride would not consent to such humiliation Anti then If God was with him would It not bo the part of faith to let Him give to him such portion as He would have him possess Thou shall not Rive mo anything lie finally said looking steadily Into Labans face and drawing himself up proudly But exclaimed Laban his face paling you said you would remain- Yea If thou will do this thing for me I will again fined anti lceep thy lock I will pass through all thy flock today removing from thence all tho speckled and spotted cattle and all the brown cattle among the sheep and the spotted and speckled among the goats and of such shall ho my hire So shall my righteousness answer for mn In tlmn to comp when It shall come for my him before thy face every one that Is not speckled nnd spotted among the goats and brown arnonc tho sheep that shall bo counted stolen with me- Llbanllsteneel to tho remarkable proposition in amazement It seemed Lo him that Jacob must be crazy to propose such terms Why It was a suro thing for him What show would poor Jacob stand But he managed t osnySBehold would It might be according to thy word but surely thou art joking Nay rejoined Jacob calmly those are tile terms on which I would serve thee Be It as thou hast said then said Laban trying to conceal the Inward exultation of his miserly soul And that tiny ho and his sons re moved time he goats that were ring slmaklr1nnll spotted and all the she goats that were speckled and spotted every one that had somo while In It and all the brown among thn sheep anil gave them Into the hand of his KOIIS Awl he sent Jacob with the re mainder of the locks a three days Journey down time valley and as he started off with his all white sheep antI nil black goats he chuckled to hmself saying Vflver a speckled and spotted ona will he gcr out of those flocks The months rolled by and so dill gently did Jacob apply himself tothe task In hand that his visits homo were few and far between and tn T abanS questions as to how he was gelling on bo returned limit brief and Indefinite answer At last unable to curb his curiosity longer ho sent one of his sons to spy on Jacob and the reports which he brought first astonished and then alarmed him me finest of lambs and the kids were speckled and spot ted How could It be It was oath ing short of a miracle Nothing like It hail ever been done before Laban went in before his gods and bowed himself and burned incense to them that he might wlrf their favor And then not certain that ho could trust them to protect his Interests ho post ed off to where Jacob was feeding his flocks and Indignantly charged him with fraud and Insisted on changing tho agreement so that time speckled and spotted should thereafter be his AntI Jacob quietly submitted and wont on feeding the flocks And when Laban found months later that no longer was the Increase of the flocks speckled and spotted ho again changed the agreement and again Tacob submitted knowing that he was in Gods hands andthat he could trust Him Anti thus the years rolled by and Laban had changed his wages ten times but still ho patiently served on and In spite of Labans double dealing ho Increased exceedingly and had much cattle and maidservants and menservants and camels and asses On ono of his visits home Jacob chanced to be passing the sheep fold of Laban and hearing loud and angry talking he paused to listen He rec ognized the voices at once as those of Labans sons and overheard the words See how he bath stolen that which was our fathers I tell you If It con tinue there will not be left anything that we can call our own And then the voices were lowered and all that Jacob could catch was After sheep shearing settle matter fix him He had always gone with them to shear the sheep He had returned home for that express purpose S0 skilled a hand as he Laban never failed to secure but that night when he asked Laban If he was not to go with them he had replied surlily No Tend to your own business What could it mean Did they seek his hurt 1 What had he done to merit such treatment Fearful and troubled hd could not sleep and at last rising ho went forth Into the night The Dally Walk Thank God every morning when you get up that you have something to do that day which must be done whether you like it or not Being forced to work and forced to do your best will breed In you temperance and selfcontrol dill gence and strength of will cheerfulness and content and a hundred virtues which the idle never know Charles KIngsley You can afford to despise the Bible when you have grown beyond Its level f Ht l i1 i t a w sA or r u L I I i INTERESTING STATE NEWS t KENTUCKY CROPS Commissioner of Agriculture Makes Monthly Report Frankfort Ky Sept 7 Commis sioner of Agriculture Vreelands month ly crop report just Issued states that the corn crop is full and the yield of wheat per acre Is a little below an average for the state Oats and rye are above the average The tobacco crop Is also a good one Some damage done by worms and some of It on low wet lands suffered for proper cultiva tion A usual amount has been housed for the time of year and cutting Is progressing rapidly Some complaint of house burn of the early cutting The hay crop Is full average in quan tlty but some damaged from too much moisture at time of harvesting Corn prospect for full crop 101 wheat yield per acre in bushels 11 oats per cent of crop compared with last year 89 yield per acre In bushels 2G rye yield per acre In bushels 13 to bacco burley unsold per cent 14 FOR KENTUCKY COUNTIESt State Board of Election Commission ers Name County Commissioners Frankfort Ky Sept 9The state board of election commissioners nam c mdelection commissioners Bath county A H Dawson Christian John BoChilton DavIes J T Griffith Floyd Walter S Hankies Magoffin J G Ar nett Marshall M B Cooper Spen cer James Morlety Union John M Buckman Whitley Walker Mason The republican county commissioners are Fayette R C Stall Garrard A H Bostln Greenup E G Hartley Oldham John E Berry Scott Dr J E Park Todd D A Smith A PET CAT Bit Through the Tongue of a Little Girl Who Caressed ittLexington Ky Sept 9Whlle ca ressing a pet cat Lucille Hudson the threeyearold daughter of Col EmitsI Hudson was bitten through the by the animal which became Infuri ated during the play Last Christmas day Lucille was injured by the ace dental discharge of a revolver In the hands of her grandfather KENTUCKY PAROLES Several Prisoners Let Out On Their Good Behavior Frankfort Ky Sept 8The state board of prison commissioners issued the following paroles Green Lay Boyle county sent up February 1891 for 21 years for manslaughter Stoner Walters sent up September 1903 fo j2 years for manslaughter R Wyatt Fayette county sent up July 1903 for six years for forgery Wm Allen Fay ette sent up January 1905 for three years for bigamyIFire In Georgetown Georgetown Ky Sept 9A disas trpus fire broke out in Stewarts livery stable and spread to the residence of Alice James adjoining Next to that was Millers paint shop which was destroyed and the NewsDemo crat office was considerably damaged The fire jumped across the street to the residence of Lilah Bell occupied by the Hammond family The loss will reach 15000 Will Use Vermont Granite Frankfort Ky Sept 9Thecaplt- ol building commission adopted the Woodbury Vermont granite in lieu of the Missouri granite which the con tract calls for for the foundation of the new capitol building The Mis sour granite could not be delivered under nine months Shot and Wounded Brother Pleasureviile Ky Sept 7 Kossuth Clubb shot and seriously wounded his brother Cash Clubb The wounded man was shot three times In the back and side and Is not expected to recover There had been ill feeling be tween the brothers for the past year or more Declined the Risk Lexington Ky Sept 7 Because he is a resident of the feud ridde i county of Breathltt Judge J J C Back of Jackson has been refused a life Insurance policy In the Mutual Life Co of New York Beecher Laswell wrote a policy for 5000 for Judge Back out the company ddeclined the risk ItalyPaducah Dun nlngton representing the Italian government has closed the contract here with T J Stahl for the purchase of this years crop of dark tobacco Mr Stahl will buy for the Italian govern meat in Paducah and McCracken county about 3000000 pounds Shot InSelf Defense Richmond Ky Sept 7John Fritz a young merchant of Wlaco shot Rich ard Deatherage an 18yearold negro boy through the heart killing him In stantly Fritz and Deatherage bad a disagreement over some trivial matter Fritz shot in selfdefense Alleged Scheme To Defraud Covlhgton Ky Sept 8 Deputy Federal Marshal A It Patrick lodge Andy Thompson merchant of Magof fin county in the county jail on the charge of devising a scheme to defraud by the misuse of the mall Coal Contract For Prison Awarded Frankfort Ky Sept 8The state board of prison commissioners awarded to T R Trundle of Hopklnsville the contract for supplying coal to the Frankfort penitentiary for the ensu ing year for 220 per ton delivered at the institution W 3 Adams Resigns Owensboro Ky Sept 8W S Ad ams chief deputy under E T Franks collector of Internal revenue has resigned and will be succeeded by Luther L Farmer Adams will go to Ar kansas for his health Charged With Robbing the Maui Richmond Ky Sept 7Dock ElP was arrested by the postal thorities charged with robbing tho malls on rural route Jo 3 Complaints have been filed with the department for some time of the loss of small sums of money Sentenced For a Terrible Crime Cynthlana Ky Sept 7John Wha len a young white man of this county was sentenced to five years In the penitentiary for attempting an assault on LelphaMounson a girl about 12 years old several months ago 1 r kt t it li STRIKERS ARE HOLDING OUT Confer With Officers of Newport Foundry To No Avail heNewportFriday at the CoOperative Newport foundry where the molders ar raeever Every one who approaches tho plant is scrutinized Friday the mold er pasPresident Bauman and Foreman Her cer but the meeting was without avail It re itachman wanted the men to wait until Tuesday when it was hoped that a setretlement could be reached This strikers refused to do Tho men demand an Increase in wages from 9 tp j 10 per week THE MADDEN CASE Depositions To Be Used Were Made in Lexingtonth Lexington Ky Sept 8 Depositions o be used in the divorce suit of JohikE Madden against nls wifo Madden for divorce were taken here at the taw office of Morion Webb W milsonent Among the witnesses Is Mrs An na LyleBradcy Barnes wife of Turf an W S Barnes who went to see Mrs Madden In New York in behalf f Madden John T Shelby Is Mrs Maddens local attorney but he declined to be present at the taking of tho depositionseGETS A LIFE SENTENCE Woman Confessed That She Killed Her Three Babes Paducah Ky Sept 7Clrcult Judge Wm Reed has sentenced to life im prisonment Mrs Mary Brockwell who murdered her three children by pol- oning She confessed at the last AprilI erm and later moved for a new hear- Ing to plead insanity but her lawyer Wednesday decided to let her go to tho penitentiary After Judge Reed fin ished she said It is too long a term He replied that the jury fixed It and he could not change the sentence FRANTIC MOTHER She Was Running After Her Child When the Train Killed It LImeville Ky Sept 7Wlth his mothers hand outstretched to grasp his little skirts little Richard Tingley dashed In front of a Chesapeake Ohio freight train near here and was so terribly injured that he died with Iin an hour The little fellow was hurl ed from the track and his skull was fractured and his legs broken He was taken to Russell to the Deaconess has pltal where physicans performed an operation but all to no avail Jacob Braun Is Dying Newport Ky Sept 9Jacob Braun president of the Newport council Is dying His physician gives out no hope as to his recovery President Braun has been ill for six months At every meeting of the Newport council hs name has been called and he has been excused thus enabling his wife to coli lect his attendance fee Died on Way To Ailing Mother Newport Ky Sept 8Whle on the way to the home of her aged and all ing mother Mrs Mary Moynlban 44 wife of James Moynihan of Third and Kenton avenues Dayton died sud denly Declared of Unsound Mind Frankfort Ky Sept 8OtisEvansS aged 22 years was declared of un- sOund mind and taken to the Lexing ton asylum Evans was recently con fined In the workhouse on a charge growing out of a difficulty with a man who refused to drink A Reunion Day Alexandria Ky Sept 8Thursday- was reunion day at the fair here and a big crowd was in attendance Tho feature of the days entertainment was the presence of many of those who at tended at the first meeting of the asso clation in 1855 Death of Speed Cuff ey Morgantown Ky Sept 8Hon Speed Guffey died at his home In Mor- gantown after a short illness of acute bronchial poisoning Mr Guffey was a son of former Appellate Judge B L D Guffey and was one of the leading lawyers of the Morgantown bar Domestic Science Lexington Ky Sept 9The execu tine committee of the board of trus tees of the Kentucky state college at the Phoenix hotel decided they had no power to make an appropriation for a department of domestic science Rev W T Capers Call Lexington Ky Sept 9Rev Will lam T Capers of Asheville N C has been called to Christ church cathedral here to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Dean Baker P Lee Ho IF a son of Bishop Capers of Soutli CardciL Fire In Tyrone Lawrcnceburg Ky Sept 9Fire of an unknown origin destroyed the de partment store and saloon of Gee Bottom and the Christian church at Tyrone four miles east of this city The loss is 125000 Insurance 10000 A Picture of Carlisle Frankfort Ky Sept 7A hand some painting ot John G Carlisle was received by the Kentucky Historical society and placed in the historical rooms alongside of pictures of tho former governors and distinguished Kcntuckians Glanders Prevalent In Louisville Louisville Ky Sept 7 Glanders has become so prevalent among the horses in Louisville and Jefferson county that an order has been issued by the fiscal court closing public drink Ink fountains for three months Assaulted In Court Lexington Ky Sept 6Earl Sillee was fined 25 and costs by Magistrate Payne for striking B F Bessls with a cane in court The trouble grew out of a charge made by Beasley that he had lost money in a crap game open ated by Sallee Killed In a Sawmill Hopkjnsvllle Ky Sept 6W H King employed at the sawmill of W C West was instantly killed The mill was Hbelng operated at McNalr near the Muhlenberg county lino Kings body was baflyimanslecUiJ c C4jjt5ce f d i yP REMINDED HIM OF HOME Bough Weather on the Ocean Hade If Kansan Think He Was Back on the Farm A Khnsan crossing tIle Atlantic in touch wcathetwcnt out on deck when a big gAe was blowing Nobody was in except time captain relates the Kahsas City Journal Uo captain shouted The JaunengerIooke4 around to sea whom he yes talking to You mean me he yelled back wince nightOf tIme ea alongsideWell protested the Kan n Im tip here to see how one of ur mountainhigh wnves and terrific gales compare with what we have in Knn KIP in way of cyclones Thus aint a wayAing the Kansan aft They picked him up witha broken leg a twisted shoulder rprained wrist and his fare looked its if had bern dragged backward through briar patch When he came to hsewthe captain llv gravy cap lie feebly tliat nilmuled me of home only it was a dcrn sight wetter Cure to Stay Cured Wapello Iowa Sept Hth Special O ne of the most remarkable cures ever recorded in Louisa County is that of Mrs Minnie Hart of this place Mm Hart was bn for eight months anti when sho as able to sit np sue was all drawn up one side and could not walk across e room Dcxlds Kidney Pills cured her s RaysYes me ter I was in bed for right months and I ntm the cure was complete for that was tlirce years ago and I have not been J down since In four weeks from the time I started taking them 1 was able to make y garden Nobody ran know how ankful I am to be cured or how much I feel I owe to Dodds Kidney Pills This case points out how much the general health depends on the Kid neys Cure the with DooMs Kidney Pills and ninetenths of the auf fering the human family is heir to will disappear 11 In the course of sn address to students 4- n one occasion Lord Kelvin the great British scientist uttered this epigram 7 The end of education is twofold first to elph man to earn a living and second to make his life worth living STOP WOMAN AND CONSIDER THE ALL- MPORTANT FACT That in address ing Mrs Pink ham you are con fidingyourprivatolls a woman whose experi ence with womens diseases covers a great yearsYou taUt freely ton woman when it is revolting to relate your private trait ties 10 a man besides a man does not under stand simply be cause he is a man Many women suffer in silence anti drift along from bad to worse knowing full well that dthey ought to have immediate assist 5Athornselves to tIme questions and probably examinations of even their family physician It is unnecessary Without money or price you can consult a wo 1 man whose knowledge from actual ex a perience is great 4 Mrs Pinkhama Standing Invitation Women suffering from any form of female wcakncssarc invited to promptly communicate with Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass Alt letters arc received opened read and answered by women only A woman can freely talk of Tier private illness to a woman thus has been established the eternal confidence between Mrs Pinkham and the women of America which has never been 4broken Out of the vast volume ofiexperience which she has todraw from c is more than possible that alto lies gained the very knowledge that will help your case She asks nothing in return except your goodwill and her advice has relieved thousands Surely Zany woman rich or pooris very foolish if she does snot take advantage of this generous offer of assistance If yon arc ill lout hesitate to get a bottle of Lyclia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound at once and write Mrs Pink ham Lynn Mass for special advice When a medicine has been successful in restoring to health so many women yon cannot well say without trying it I do not believe it will help me Positive Comparative SuceflatiyeS UI hare used one of yet Flab Brand Slickers for five years and now want ia Mw one aso one for a friend I would not be without one for twice thecost They are Just as fir ahead of a common coat as a common one Is ahead of nothing Cuw en application HIGHEST AWABB WORLDS FAIR 1 Ml Be sure you dont get one of the corn non kind this Is tho mark of excellence A J TOWER CO UCA TOWER CANADIAN CO LIMITED IP Makers of Wet WeatherClothlngHats The Most Convenient Way to so to f CALIFORNIAIs Louis and not be compelled to leave the car until California reached Thlsconvcnienceyoubaveityua trarel via Ky It wilt be a pleasure to send you a booklet about the service An Exceptional Rate is offered to California front Sept isth to Oct 3ist SJOOD from St Louis 2300from InsasCLtv goingWestrates are low write me GEORGE PftTA MKTRI SL Louis a FOR WOMEN tmiUed with ffls peculiar to i hJlesekistops dlfduice heels Inflammation ud local catarrhrutiae pnra water and is tar snore cleansing rennkidaL tad economical than flqaldzndcptksfor t IT TOILET AND WOMENS SPECIAL USES For alt at druxgi UCO cents z box Trial Box cad Book of Instructions Free Tilt R PAXTOM COMPANY bOsTOMSSI t jjHay Baler ELI F PR SSESbsifttsadht 4- trkt 5I1 ontnaw s I 5aMM t4 tg a i PI C 903 ahl IL QyIy Iii 15 tS I ktb bH j I f BELIGXOTTS WORKERS 4 4 The Rev L H Marshall pastor of i St Barnabas Episcopal church of Denver Colo for 31 years has oSclated at 5000 baptisms 3500 funerals and 1700 weddings L A man 80 years old who by reason theiIot tie Confuclanlsts In 4 the part of Korea where the Presbyter Ian mlssloi has been holding evange listic services has now accepted Chris tianity His son has long been a Christian and a church leader P Lord Radstock known as the4 Preacher Peer often delivers re t Ss jthe4 1koffsklas synonymous with Blti Christians but the holy synod drove him out of SflusiaRev O H E Rauch pastor of the It Reformed church Stroudsburg Pa Is an earnest worker among the young people of that place Some of them thSgive a minstrel show and Mr Rauch cordially indorsed the Idea More than that he wrote some of the gags and himself acted as middle man The show was a great success jia Rev J C Simmons the pioneer of the southern Methodist church on the Pacific coast has begun his auto biography Dr Simmons went to Call fornia In 1 ebruary 1852 and Is the 0 ic only man acive In church work who was present at the organization of S the Methodist church south thband has been preaching for 67 years Mr John Wanamaker has given thed International Young Mens association 41e 100000 to be used In constructing Christian Association buildings in 4 heathen cities The gift will be used to erect buildings In Kyoto Japan 4i Peking China and Seoul Korea He has testified his appreciation of what the association does for young men in missionary countries by previous gifts of buildings In Madras and Ca- lcuttaJ India TICKLESOME TALES slSasked by one of his not very Indus trious students whether he thought seSchpI am not sure but it would be safe 4 44 for you to be prepared F j A man who Is always on the look j out for novelties says the St James 14 I Budget recently asked a dealer In au tomobllcs If there was anything new h In machines Theres a patented Im 1 iS provement that has just been put on sik the market replied the dealer A I folding horse that fits under the seat A lawyer named Patchell recently bad a case In an Irish court where the IpSher bUt that she did not return his salutes b Well I never came across a girl like 4 that remarked Lawyer Patchell We wont go Into these personal rev drjudge stSported to have said that the nnest 4 speech he ever made consisted of only four words Senator Hoar in a speech In the course of which be charred p kZ goodnaturedly the senator from the Green Mountain stato made this lit Uo thrust No man In Vermont Is s fallowed to vote unless he has made 0 f5000 trading with Massachusetts peo Pie Senator Proctor retorted And we all vote f i One of the quaint characters well known to old timers of Portland Ore was Robert E Bybee familiarly Iknown as Bob Bybee He was a i justice of the peace In Portland for i many years On one occasion when a s4 jury was being Impaneled one of the jurors a wellknown attorney asked t cWellthe law you know Isnt going to dli fA qualify you from servingsiI t J rSOJC FIELDS APABoS F At Calcutta a society has been re formed for the protection of wild ani s4 mals rsThe German department of roads and communities has ordered the at tendants on sleeping cars to wear gloves while on duty The provincial legislature Of lint S S IjC Ish Columbia has passed a law abolish ing the wearing of wigs as an ac companiment of official attire1 t J The struggles for efficiency in the p t jL British army proceeds apace The war office now proposes to alter theIpitch of the bands of the guardsSThe twoyearenllstr t France Is likely to deprive the Frenctarmy of Its bands An efficient tit man is not to be made In two years t I Thirtyseven rabbits which had bee rio bacillusjl logical institute at Saarbruck Prus Eta 4 t + t 7 HONEST PHYSICIAN t l 1ft Worn with Himself First t fyi v H Is a mistake to assume that physl o I elans are always skeptical as to the l curative properties of anything else lo J4 than drugs thosei4 ef drugs as possible and by the use cifl h18lcl4ntja s ji well man of himself with Natures i remedy i tl Before I came from Europe where cutJIi J ltlwtth my morning meal a small 1 cup cafe noir after my dinner and t r two or three additional small cups at 1 jmy clnb during the evening p f In time nervous symptoms dev l 4 5k 4y regionI4- 4z of spirits despondencyIn rlefthe k blueel I at first tired medicines but h t got no relief and at last realized that all my troubles were caused by coffee r 1r I thereupon quit its use forthwith 1 7 substituting English Breakfast Tea The tea seemed to help jne at firstI ft t r but in time the old distressing symp 1 bi Stomsreturued and I quit it also and tr beverrf V abandon speedily for while it relieved broughtr 4 1 inspiration I was led to try the Postum Food Coffee This was some months longerr isztbive left me and life is brighter me dt osce lIore I knbw that leaving off i iu ffw and using Post m healed me all4I make its nile toadvlserny P3 111ci Theres rci 7 f9 f j u tfT rIa if 1 r 4r f Zf t 44yi i1 4irj t t 4 S 1 L f a JlA r t 7 z tOZt r f t rr4 i w i If SIGN D IE TREATY A Salute Was Fired at the Ports mouth Navy Yardiil Rain Which Had Been Falling Ceased and the Sun Which Had Been Invisible For Three Days Shone Forth Portsmouth N II Sept GThetreaty of peace between Russia and apan was signed by the rcprcscnta ves of the empire at 347 p m uesday On the Instant of the con summation of the great historical act a salute was fired at the United States n t3MrD te lilrain which had been falling In tor rents for half an hour previously to w fihichdays shone forthCBaron Komura pointing at the sun said smilingly It Is a good omen for jienceaBaron Komura Minister Taknhlra a hndof the Japanese envoys left at 248 In an automobile for tho navy yard They were greeted by the guests of th w initnessry C Potter of New York was among e numbereMr Witte the chief of the Russian plenipotentiaries was the first to sign his name to the treaty After thoccre monies of the signing of the treaty Baron De Rosen delivered a short speech pointing out tho Importance of tho event and the Influence It wilt have in the relations between the two co sa ptisfactiontions which have characterized the work of the plenipotentiaries Baron Komura replied paraphrasing Baron De Rosens speech and expressing his thanks for the kind words addressed to himself and the members of his mis onisThe entire Russian mission headed by Mr Witte attended a thanksgiving rvice celebrated In Christ Episcopal urch both by American and Russian clergymen Synopsis of Treaty Following Is a synopsis of the peace treaty which may be the most Important historical feature of the 20th cen turyThe Instrument opens with a preamble reciting that his majesty the emperor the autocrat of all the Rus al hasJapan desiring to close the war andS having appointed their respective oteaUariea have come to an agree m eat on a treaty of peace Article 1 stipulates for the reestnb lishmcnt of friendship between the two empires In article 2 the emperor of Russia recognizes the prepon orant political military aud econom- Ical Interest of Japan In Korea and ipulates that Russia will not oppose any measures for its government that Japan will deem necessary to take In Korea It is mutually agreed In Ant cle 3 that Mnychuria shall be evacu ated by both armies All rights ac quired by private persons and companies shall remain intact The rights possessed by Russia In conformity with the lease by Russia of Port Arthur and Dalny together with the land and waters adjacent shall pass over In their entirety to Japan but the properties and rights of Russian subjects are to be safeguard ed and respected- It is agreed not to put any obstacles to the general measures whjch shall be alike for all nations that China may take for the development nnd commercial and Industrial work In Manchuria The Manchurian railway shall be operated Jointly between Run n and Japan at Kouang Tchen hue sia cedea to Japan the southern part f Saghalln Island as far north as tho EOth degree of north latitude together with the Islands depending thereon The rights of free navigation ia as- ured in the bays of La Perouso nnd Tartars Article 10 reclres the situation of Russian subjects on the southern part of Saghalln Island and stipulates that Russian colonists there shall be tree and shall have the right to remain without changing their nationality Russia engages herself to make an agreement with Japan giving to Jap anese subjects the right to fish In nus slan territorial waters of the Sea of apan the Sea of Okhotsk and Bering ea The commercial treaty existing between the two governments prior to he war will be renewed Russia and Japan engage to restitute their irIs nera of war on paying the real cost of keeping the same such claim for cost to be supported by documents The evacuation of Manchuria by both armies shall be completed within 18 months after the signing of the treaty At the expiration of the 18 months the two parties will only be able to leave as guards for tho railway 15 soldiers per kilometer To Think Roosevelt St Petersburg Sept 11It Is re ported hero that Count Leo Tolsto tends tosend his eldest son to America a bsthanks to President Roosevelt for hav ag brought about peace between Rus s ia and JapanSpalma Renominated Havana Sept 11 President Palma was unamlno plY nominated by the Moderate party convention as a can didate for the presidency of Cuba Mendezr Capote received the nomlna tlon for the vice presidency i Ambassador McCormick Paris Sept 11Ir McCormlck the American ambassador on the Invitation of Minister of War Bertenux a fccompaniedmission headed by Lieut Gen Chaf f feemaneuvers Baron Komura III New York Sept 11Baron Komura is ill in his apartments at the Wal dorfAstoria hot l and all the social engagements of the Japanese envoys were either cancelled or indefinitely postponed Quarantine Modified Montgomery Ala Sept 11 The quarantine declared by thestate board of health of Alabama against tho en tire state of Florida was modified so as to apply only to Santa Ross county Florida on account of Its proximity to Pensacola Left For the United States Lima Peru Stipt 11Dr Daniel- Zavorerla who will represant Peru at the international sanitary congress if American republics to be held In W shIpgton oclobu 9 leSt for nhIdtStat oI tit jA 1 tt c h tJ itif f S i =4 l4S Y S t p RUSSIAN ENVOYS M Witte and Baron Rosen Spent a Day In the National Capital Washington Sept 11Mr Witto peacejllenllKltentiarles members of the formers suite spent Sunday rn Washington They arrived here at an early hour In the morning and spent the entire day visiting tho historic points in and about the city and loft again late In the afternoon for New York from which place Mr Witte will sail for Hamburg While here they wore In charge of Acting Secretary Loomis of the state depart ment and MaJ Charles McCawley of the marine corps who at the specials request of the president acted as their escorts to tho various places visited Beginning at the white house the par In turn went to the Russian em assy the capitol the congressional brary Mt Vernon Arlington nnd ock Creek park From the congressional library tho visitors went to Mt Vcrnon going rst to the navy yard where about oon they boarded the naval tug Sir R The party arrived at Mt Vernon at 1 oclock ansI spent an hour and a half going through tho mansion anti bout the grounds A feature of tho sta there was the planting of a fine nsh tree on a commanding alto on the terrace in front of the mansion overlooking the water Mr Witte and Baron Rosen each handled the shade filling the ground about the root of e tree aftor It had been planted and tho former asked that when It attain d a growth some branches of It bo sent to him for transplanting FATHER GREEN DEAD Another Roman Catholic Clergyman Succumbs To Yellow Fever New Orleans Sept 11 Report to 3 m Sunday New cases 27 total 2S9 deaths 7 total deaths 316 new foci 11 cases under treatment 206 discharged 1677 The unfavorabo part of the Sunday report Is tho unusually large number of deaths Another distinguished member of the Roman Catholic clergy in the list Father L E Green of the Jesuit college He died at 4 oclock Sunday afternoon after being exactly a week He was struck with a chill last Sunday just after de livering a lecture but thought noth- Ing of It The next day he visited a room in the college which had been screened and made ready for omen gencics In accordance with the suggestions of Dr White and Jokingly remarked to ono of his colleagues that they had the room ready now anti only needed the first patient A few ours later he was tho occupant There Is not a single Italian name among the other deaths FOR AN ARMISTICE Japanese Commissioner With a Letter Sent By Oyama To Llnevltch GodzyadanI Manchuria Sept 11 At 1 oclock Saturday afternoon a Jap anese commissioner bearing a whita flag and escorted by 60 soldiers ar rived at a post near the railway anti handed to the Russian officers who went to meet him a letter from field Marshal Oyama to Gen Llnevltch congratulating him on the conclusion ot peace and begging him to appoint Russian plenipotentiaries to arrange an armistice Field Marshal Oyama appointed Gen Tukushlma as plenipoten tiary for his side thejetter announc- Ing and he suggested Chakhedza as tho meeting place GOLD AND SILVER PRODUCTION Director of the Mint Roberts Makes Public His Estimate Washington Sept 11 Director of the Mint Roberts made public his estimate of the production of gold and sliver In the United States for the calendar year 1904 These figures show an increased production over the cal endar year 1003 of 7131500 gold and 3 86000 fine ounces of silver The largest gold gain was by California which yielded about 3000000 moro than In tho previous year and a larger amount than In any year since tho sixties This gain the director says came chiefly from dredge operations and a further gain Is expected during the current year and for some years to c omeIEIGHT FATALITIES Seven Children Drowned and One Man Killed By Lightning Guthrie Okla Sept 11Neara- yreS In Roger Mills county Okla Saturday night three children of Mra Ed Smith of Pueblo Col were drowned In a small stream while en route to Cheyenne In a stage coach Four persons were drowned In Pine creek a tributary of Red river near Sayre I T Two Gregory boys aged 11 and 16 one Morton boy aged 11 an Evans boy aged 12 Francis Holliday aged 28 was killed by lightning near Almon Okla Went Insane on Regaining Sight Winsted Ct Sept 11 Benjamin Taylor 70 of Colbrook formerly a preacher and who has been totally lind for several years regained his sight His Joy was so great that It unbalanced his mind He Is now a ravlrigmanlno Eight Deaths From Cholera Warsaw Sept11In the village of Wysock government of Volhynla on the frontier of Russian Poland a rafts man who returned from Prussia and eight other persons have died of dial era The village has been isolated Beat the Worlds Record New York Sept nMartln J Shoe Jdantho IrishAmerican allaround champion broke the worlds record or discusthrowing at the Empire City race track Ho threw the discus 143 eet 4 Inches Former record was 133 feet GA inches Leaped Into the Rapids Niagara Fallst N Y Sfipt nAnunknown man leaped Jroni one of the bridges to Goat Island Into the Niag ara rapids His body floated for 1000 feet through the upper rapids In full view of many sightseers Former Millionaire Takes His Life Chicago Sept 11 Ruined by dims trous financial ventures Brewer Button a former millionaire of Western Springs Ill committed suicide hero y Inhaling gas In a rooming house in Indiana avenue Button died pen nlless Two Killed In a Tornaco Lawton Okla Sept nA small tornado passed over the vicinity of Walter 20 miles south of hont Satur day night killing two pertj and severely Injuring nine Several houses were blown down I i ifiittY TA J J o f j1 8I t c SCENES IN NORWAY EVERYDAY LIFE OF THE PEO PLE VERY PICTURESQUE It la Not the Great Beetling Crags and Monster Waterfalls That Tempt the Tourists Camera Oftenest Many a tourist In Norway with au eye for the picturesque will find that the scenes which tempt his kodak most frequently anti linger most pleasantly In his mind are not the typical fjord Cenergreat beetling crags monster waterfalls and the likebut humbo human scenes of the everyday life of the people Some little homestead set in a frame of most brilliant green that slopes away to the waters edge stamps Itself indelibly on his mind as symbol ical of all that Is peaceful anti calm Or as the fjord steamer brings a breath of the outside world to one or cther of the many unpretentious little landingplaces he may catch a glimpse oC strange fellowpassengers here a patient cow there a dozen frightened fcheep a goat or a calf all making us of the waterway far lack of othr means of transportation If the tray eler Is spending Sunday close to tho shore of the fjord he may witness the arrival for church of a large part cf the congregation In boats In the Hanianger district where a pictur esque costume Is still worn by the women it Is no uncommon sight to seethe Sabbath toilette being completed on the beach The largo linen head dress Is an elaborate affair spotlessly white starched and stiffened anti ap parently only capable of being satis factorily adjusted by the nimble fingers of a friend It Is the badge of matrimony and may not be worn oy solnslers and little girls who drape their heads In modest shawls or go bareheaded with their hair hanging In neat plaits The whole costume Is ex tremely picturesque and may well claim the photographers attention though the camera falls to do justice to the pleasing combination of black skirt white chemise and bright scarlet bodirc bordered with quaint embroid- ere In among the birch trees with a background of precipitous gray mountains the little groups of women on their way home from church form a very tempting subject Perhaps II is when one leaves the fjords and the beaten tourist track end wanders up Into tho hills that one conies across scenes the most attract ive and most typical of the country Haymaking hero hss its peculiari ties The field Is probably a narrow patch of soil on the mountainside redeemed from barrenness aJ tin luap cf gathered stones can testify An n dispensable feature is the railing on which the grass is hung to dry Some times a high wind will blow all the hay away but on the whole the system seems sensible In view of tin usual damp state of the ground Often a man may be seen laboriously mowing STACKED GRAIN a tiny patch of grass halfway up a precipice or one meets him descend ing Into the valley with half the crop upon his back the rest to be fetched down at his leisure The same Idea of hanging up prevails in the harvest field where the shocks of barley six ludicrousresenibhuman being The life of the Norwegian is hard et it has many compensations One s the variety of occupations A man may be a blacksmith fisherman and small proprietor at the same time or he may be in the winter a tailor and Jn the summer a tourists guide The women do their share of tho work One finds two or three of them or sometimes a whole family up in the lonely mountain valleys spending the summer months at a saeter often a little stone oneroomed dwelling of the most primitive description Here they are employed tending the cows and goats and making cheeses or butter and altogether leading a very healthy and happy existence Their manner to strangers Is always charming and the tourist can be sure of a welcome If ho elects to leave the beaten paths and ask for food and shelter at a mountain farm The lodging may be simple cn l lip food plain but any discomforts are amply atoned for by tho beautiful tcenery and the keen bracing air cf the Norwegian highlands Guns for Africans An article In a recent number of the Birmingham England Mall states that a factory in that city is turning out weekly about 1200 flint lock muskets and that a large number of this antiquated firearm are also made at Liege Belgium These guns are sent to Central and East Africa for use by the natives to whom the possession of modern firearms Is de nied by statute To Make a Front Yes sir said the jeweler this is the largest and purest diamond stud we have Its worth 7500 Ill take It said Nurltch If you kin cut the price on It No sir thats positively the low est Aw you dont know what I mean I want yer to carve the price on the stone so people kin see ItPhlladel phia Press A Rare Woman JinksI never saw a house where everything ran so smoothly as a t Broadbrlns MinksYes lucky fellow Broad grin Hes got a wife who knows how to keep the servants amused while sae does the workN Y Weekly Spoiled It Summer GirlFor goodness sake what has happened to Margies bath lug suit She looks like a fright Also a SGDoesnt she The care less thing got It all wet yesterday Cleveland Leader I rV tf r d1 l 0 7I- fIt BLAME WOMEN FOR INSANE London Physician Says Growth of In sanity Among English Is Duo to Neglect of Fair Sex CLicirif mental occupations In place of their lomestlc duties improper methods of education and the from the tocountrymain reasons adduced by Dr T Bulke Icy Hyslop physician to the Bethle hem hospital in an address which ho Cldclivciedassociation at Leicester for the alarm Ing growth of insanity in the British racedvey of the present position of our peo pie said Dr Hyslop we see that a remarkable transformation has taken place We have passed from the natural state to an artificial one of brainsactivity with all its attendant Our system of education is in fact responsible for improving tile population off the face of the country districts Ever since the passing of the edu cation act of 1870 we have been striv- Ing after the unattainable The brain tax on the rising generation has become more end more irksome and the sum of pauperism overcrowding and insanity has increased by leaps and bounds for beyond anything ever be fore known In the history of the em pine anti today we are faced with tho tisicalnot of more Importance than the mere accumulation of knowledge On the one hand we were faced by the problem of ovcrcducatlon and ontthe other hand the fixing by the unions of the standard of energy ac cording to the capacity of the very worst was doing a great deal to Injureb the physical condition of the NO ANCESTRAL HAIRBRUSH New Secretary of the Navy Declines Offer to Sell Him Toilet Article Used by Emperor Napoleon Washington Charles Jerome Bona parte the new secretary of the navy has refused to purchase a hairbrush said to have been used In arranging the locks of his granduncle the greaty NapoleonThe was offered to Mr Bonaparte by a man now living In NewRYork whoso grandfather was a In the French army during the Italian campaigns This tonsorial expert left the brush to his descendants with the legend that it had often been called into service in dressing the hair of the Little Corporal The New Yorker also stated his willingness to sell a colored plaster bust of Napoleon Both offers were declined with thanks by Mr Bonaparte who has never gone in for a collection of Napoleon- Ic souvenirs A similar rrply was giv en the other day to a letter which came kern Holland asking the secretary to buy a miniature ol tilt mperor saidto have been painted from life The price of the memento would have absorbed Mr Bonapartes salary for one year lIe makes it a rule never to purchase such things no matter how little or how much is asked for them Mr and Mrs Bonaparte will spend the greater part of tho summer In the Berkshire Hills The secretary will leave there tho latter part of this month for Lake George to attend the rinllonnlCivilhe is chairman Owing to his duties as a member of the cabinet he has been compelled to relinquish his posion as chairman of the council and a suc cessor will be elected OYSTER WAR BREAKS OUT Trouble Between Fishermen in New York Waters May Affect the Supply New YorlcAn oyster war of such magnitude as to affect the local supply for the season opening next month unless it ISpromptly settled has broken out between independent fishermen in New York waters and a coniblration of wealthy oyster men who n IF oeclared not only control the plant a bels of the state but are trying to get hone of nat ural growth The fishermen have or ganized a protective association and began proceedings recently u prevent the lease or sale at nominal figures of any oyster or clam beds of natural growth to the members of the alleged combinationIn legislature passed a law to stimulate the cultivation of oysters providing for the sale of all available lands under water fit for shellfish cul tivation but expressly preserving for the people of the state all the natural beds It is alleged by the small fisher men that for about 25 cents an acre the large planters acquired all the available lands under water near this city and began to encroach upon the natural bed MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Sept 9 CATTLE Common 3 50 4 00 Heavy steers 4 85 5 00 CALVES Extra f 8 00 HOGSCh packers 5 82ti 5 85 Mixed packers 5 65 5 75 SHEEPExtra 4 35 4 50 LAMBSExtra 7 75 FLOUR Spring pat 5 Co 5 00 WHEAT No 2 red S4U tv No3red f01 CORNNo2 mixed 56 No 2 white 56 W OATSNo 2 mixed 2- 7RyENo2 68 5- 9HAYCh timothy 12 75iPORKClear mess 16 LARDSteam 825 BUTTER Ch dairy 15 Choice creamery 23 APPLESChoice 2 50 3 50 POTATOESPer bbl 1 40 1 60 TOBACCO Now 5 00 13 00 Old 450 014 75 Chicane FLOURWinter pat 5 10 5 20 WHEATNo2 red 80tii 81- 1No3red 86 CORNNo2 mixed tf 5- 1OATSNo2 mixed 2- 6RyENo2 6- 2PORKMess14 95 15 00 LARDSteam 7 65 New York FLOUR Win strts 4 00 f 4 25 WHEAT No 2 red 0 88 CORNNo2 mixed 60 13RYEPORK Mess 15 00 LARD Steam 715 8 15 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 81 CORNNo 2 mixed 59- CATTLESteers 4 00 4 50 SHEEPNo1 2 50 f 3 00 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 84 CORNNo 2 mixed 5- 6OATSNo2 mixed 26h PORK Mess 12 60 LARD Steam 725 mdianaoollc- WHHAT No 2 red 80 5315OATS r c iz er DISFIGURING HUMOR Brushed Scales from Face Like Pow der Doctor Said Lady Would Be Disfigured for Idfe- UTICURA WORKS WONDERS I suffered willi eczema nil over my liody My face wan covered eye brows came out I hail tried three doc ot but did not get any better I then ent to another doctor Rethought my fare would be marked for life but my brotherinlaw tot me to get Cuticura I washed with Cuticura Soap applied Cuti int Ointment and took Re lvent as directed I could brush the scales oil my face like powder Now my fare is just ns clean as it ever wasMrs- mma White 041 Cherrier Place Cam en N J April 25 0- 5Impertinent Poet yourdaughtcrh poetHe her hostem as he carelessly ran her lingers through tic pages of a 3500 copy of Squints and ulanccs In a poem he wrote about her he said she had lambent eyes and Josiah just wouldnt Bland for because it was an insinuation about us gettin rich in the meat businessChicago Record Herald Chicago September 2 1905 With the conclusion of peace negotiations at Ports mouth nail the early ratification of a treaty between nU and Japan the Chi cago c North Western ist understood to han ordered rushed to completion a large order for new equipment for the Overland Limited their crack tram between Chicago and San Francisco This in expectation ofa iare volume of- ailic to and from the Pacific Coast due the iinniriliatf commercial cipaujion that is anticipated In Temptations Way This is the firft time you have been o prayermeeting in a long time bald the pa congregationI Eraslus P gotjoba fence around a watermelon patch Washington Star offenecost Patrons get the profit You cant g elsewhereWrite Where Music Doesnt Charm The office boy who thinks that he can make himself popular by whistling all the latest tunes to his employer while he work hasnt tact enough even to le ap EnglandSomerilIc I am sure PISOH Cure for Consumption my life three years agoMrs lho- obbins Norwich N Y 17 1900 Billvllle Baby Bless his heart exclaimed the fond t onherattlesnake an git a rattle for him Atlanta Constitution inspiringrather forego such honors r IIr Lt mrt J AfcgctnblcPrcparalionrorAs similaling ihcFqodandRcgula Ung ihc S lomachs nrdBow ls of Promotes DigcslioaChccrfuI ness andRestContaIns neither OpiumMorphinc nor fmeral NOT NARCOTIC llrfAMlElIJ1r JSJu 5ijeSSJkftrmini jjwi r rnaryrwftjtyfttft A for lion SourSlomachDiarrhoca WonnsConvulsionsFcurish ncss and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK 1SSS EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER J SICK HEADACHE CARTERS mnLEIVER CARTERS ETTlEaVER II An Ottierj Sn i Sue tl r cured by Little Pills Tlicy also Distress Iron Dyspepsia In digestion and Too Hearty Eating A perfect rem cdy for Kid Taste In tho Uoatn Tongue Pain In the Side TORPID LIVER The7 regulate tim Bowels Purely Vegetable SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE SMALL PRICE Combined SloiirC Irttiam these relievo Coated Genuine Must Bear FacSimile Signature REFUSE Worlds Standard DE SEPARATORS III11It Positively IIII0Vt n UALI II PENSIONS UU SUBSTITUTE iiThe LAVAL CREAM lisaI DIzz1Dcss1aasea- Drows1IIes SonbllltranTwarandforwIdowtllaTe senllui KKOKXIIlt son IS HII CISCISJIII 3 PISO S CURE FOR Gusts Weiki ircra fleet Cough Sjrlp Tastes GooO UW In time Sold br drareUti CONSUMPTION AN KE 2091 = A 2 5 OLD WORLD ODDITIES There can be soon In Northampton a gentleman who wears a mustache the ends of which reads down to his vest pockets Having borrowed the money to buy a ticket Johann Kurz a poor Tyrolean farmer has secured the chief prize of 8000 in the annual Austrian charity lottery On the occasion ota cyclists wed ding at Epping near London the other day the bride and bridegroom rode to church on single machines and returned on a tandem In turning over the leaves of a book which ho had brought for threepence at a London bookstall the purchaser found therein two 5 notes which were dated May 1878 Edwin Webber a London money lender has gone Into bankruptcy The judge of the bankruptcy court said Webber was the only bankrupt money lender lie had ever heard of A woman of Lancashire England sent this note to the local postmaster Will you plcasvt send me word If I can send two girls toCa Yorkshire townby parcel post and how much will It cost Thats What SheDo you think a sensible man would marry for money lIeOf course not Marrying for money Is more a matter of dollars than cents Chicago Dally News A Liberal View Do you think that a politician Is worse than other men No answered Senator Sorghum Ho has more temptations Wash ington Star A WOMANS SUFFERINGS Weak Irregular Racked With Pains Made Well and 36 Pounds Heavier Mrs E W Wright of 172 Main Street Ilavcrliill Mass says In 1808 was suffering so with sharp pains in the smau or tne back and had such frequent dizzy spells that I could scarcn ly get about the house The urinary passages were also quite irregular Monthlyperiods were BO distressing I dreaded their ap proach This was my condition for four years Doans Kidney Pills helped me right away when I began with them and three boxes dured me perma nentlyFosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y For sale by al i dealers Price 50 cents per box CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TM otwTaim coMMurr nnr errr t PRICEI = ITflEIPI- NOIIiY MIFGRIMNNOCUILFO i f a jjeZ t i 1SA i 7 r c 1 3j i t NOISES IN HER HEAD IMrs If Brought tBefore I began tatake Dr Williania Pink Pills said Krs Mary Reagan of No 80 Kilburn trec1 1nll RiveriMass recently I was In and out of 3 bed all tho time but nOw I stay1jp all ftday and do all my own work I was bodily rnn down from over 1 work Ono day noises bcgau iu my Lead 6O and almost nindo crazy My head T felt as if a tight baud had been put around it and tIm pressure sail the J sounds iiiailo mo so uneasy that I often had to walk tho floor all night My stomach was in bad shape and I had smothering sensations At such 4W 1handsturned yellow The doctor sail I had dyspepsia in the worst form Then my nerves gave way nud I was completely qi prostrated I frequently suffered from Asmothering sensations The first box of Dr Williams Pink 4Pills that I used quieted my nerves tsleepme Before I begat to use them I was a nervous wrotk and trembled at this r slightest sound I was so weak that I had to sit dowu aud rest everyfew steps tt when I went up stuirs Now I can run np n whole flight at once Tho smotherS a ing sensations have gone nUll thoHioises in my head have stopped entirely My appearance has greatly improved for friends who were alarmed oil my account before now say How well yon arc looking My husband spent over n hundred dollars on treatment for me that was worthless bnt a few boxes of Dr Williams Pink Pills brought me round health U Sold by all druggists or sent post perboxliams Medicine Cot Schenectady N Y W L DOUGLAS 3fSO 300 SHOESw L Douglas 400 Gilt Edge Line be equalled at any price U wLDDIIOLABMAKEBAND LLZ TMORES MEWS allo SHOES TNAN ANY OTHER MANtJFACTUFft 2 SJOOOOI to wits can disprove this tUtimtnt J W L Douglas 3S0 shoes hIve by theIr escMeet style easy fitting mad fupcrlbr weirter nolitld achieved thell ut 4thothattu5OdIterance U the price If I could take you Into my factory at Brockton Man the larrnt la the world under one root miking men s fine shoet and chow you the care with which every lair of Douglas shoes U made you would realize why W L Doujlas 9350 shoes are the best ts hoes produced la the world If could howyou the difference between the ihoe made la my factory and those of other mikeS you would understand why Douglas l 350 shoes cost more to make why they hold their shape tit better wear longer and are of greater Intrinsic value then any other 350Sshoe on the market today j W L Oouglmm Oirony Mad Shove Sep Mn 210 SehoI Oaaoa25C217b3 U CAUTION Insist neon baTinyiV IDong las shoes no genuine without his name sod price stamped on bottom TVANTEn A thoedea ler in erery town where W I Douglas Shews are pot sold Putt line ot rample sent free toe Inipectlon upon request i tratefTTrlte 4 4 4 W DOUGLAS Brockton Mae A FEW CUTTING REMARKS The pnrpote of a saw Is to cut It should cut easily cut cleanly and cut with every movement I prefer an Atkins Saw Its blade U Silver Steel recognized the world over as the flnes crulciblo steel ever made in ano inter modem times Itlshsnclo9ogralncd and edgelongerblade tapers perfectly from thick to thin from handle to tip Thus It mskes leeway for Itself runs easily and docs not buckle Its temper Is perfett When by a crooked tbrultltaprlngsintosbapewItflouIiOnriflg TbeAtklnsSwcutsanddoiitbeltOtaliyS We make all types sizes cf sans but one grade Atkins Saws Corn Knives Perfection Floor orScrapers etc are sold by all good hardware dealers Catalogue on request- jc E C ATKINS OX CO Inc1itgcii Saw Mtufutuera U the World 4 j Factory sad Executive Ofieo Inifimipolis Im ua 4 BRANCHES York Chicago KlnnnpoUi rortUod Oregon SeatU Sin Srac1c0Stanad r Accept no Subtotal Indrt on the Atlios Brsi i SOLD DYCOOO DEALERS EVfHYtt ConstipationEndangers Life Deal With the Honest Druggist When you ask your druggist for Mulls Grape Tonic a cure for Constipation Stomach and Bowel Trouble and he tries to sell you something else which he claims Is Just as good that Is substitution or fdishonesty It Is an Insult to your Intelligence He does It for profit 3doltStop a moment and reflect before you permit him to mislead you He Is willing to endanger your life and health for the sake of a few t pennies Is he a safe man to trade with Deal with the Honest drug gist who will promptly supply you with what you know you want and that which you call for Until Mulls Grape Tonic was put on the American market there was no cure for Constipation and Stomach trouble YoUr Doctor will tell you as much He knows that a physic wont cure ConstipationSSome remedies may act as laxatives and physics but you and know from experience that physics are dangerous that they weaken that they not only tail to cure but make us worse until finally they lose effect entirely which means paralysis of the Bowels and death by Typhoid Fever Appendicitis Stomach Heart and Lung Trouble Rheumatism Dropsy Kidney and Brlghts Disease etc There are honorable druggists In most every locality men who will promptly supply you with Mulls Grape Tonic and not try to sell you something else but should there be no such druggist there we will send you the Tonic direct from this factory without additional texpense to you andhavewith this affliction a free bottle Send us name and address at once while we are giving the first bottle free we want to prove to you at Y our remedyUseaway Free to all who have never used It FREE GRAPE TONIC COUPONSend this eospci with year turn anti address and your druggists name for a free bottle of Mulls Crapo Tonic Stomach Tonic Constipation Cure and Blood Purifier to MULLS GRAPE TOniC 147 Third Ave Rock Island HI Give address and write plainly gecuinobaa25 Ct ANTIGIIIPINE IS GUARANTEED TO CURE GRIP lAD COLD HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA iI wont sell AntlOripine to a dealer who wont Guarantee A i It CiiforlourSONET IiACI IF iT DON CURIE f lr DiftnerJf I Kanufacturer t itafclf Mo itQ PUTNAM FADELESS DYESCotmere goods brighter sod failtr colors lhaa 07 other dye One IDc package ctara silkweal suit cotton equally well loJ It oir netd lo gve prltf malts fie m t Ifk ittltt r will send poll paid al a package Wrln let his k UelU w Is Dye Bleach ui Mix Cdw MQXROB DRUQ CO UaharUie Missouri S ffi t J r 4 i itLto i piT OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUVfaObK PUBLISHING CO iOtUELLE KY t SIMPER YEAR IN ADVANCE 1 Address all communications to TUB OUTLOOK PIJUUSHINO Co or to i JOUK W HONAkER Owingsville J Ky t Subscribers desiring change of r address shnuld1 ways give previous address when writing- Correspondents when out of StR tionery should mention fact on a separate slip of paper tJ commission is allowed to any 4dy on subscriptions z THE OUTLOOK is sent one year f for one dollar mx months for sixty cent three months for tbirtyBve cents THURSDAY SEPT 14 1805 t 1urdensomeTaxaUon7 tssomealready and promises to be come more so The town dweller inrcourse pay the one dollar on the hundred dollars of assessed 1 1 property for State and county pur i poses In addition ibis year the town rote is sixty cents and tho j town school district rte is twenty fIrecents The total in one dollar 1 eightyOve cents The legal r J limit in the town lor town purpos t es is iS cents and this rate will probably be levied in 1906 and ho- sides the valuation of properly un to der the town assessment will likely 1 be increased to that of the county Furthermore the 25cunt rate for I w the graded school is likely to prove l insufficient und will have to be in I creased by some menus And then ther are the free turnpikes that cant he kept up by the 25 cent county rate It Ionly a question of a very short time un til that rRte will have to be doubled Taortrebled to keep up the countyn 155 miles nf turnpike or tho roads i will deteriorate worse than they have already Those who pay little taxcs nro apt to treat Hut subject with levity and enter with enthusiasm on pro jects that put undue burdens on their fellowcitizens but if they were put on an equality with those whose incomes lire measurably fixed and their incomes were taken at the bv rate of 20 oO per cent for public purposes 0 would put a diifcrcnt i face on matters Say that the per pan whose wagce or salary amounts r to 2504o 500 a year hull to pay 5P to 100 in tuxeP wouldnt he ftbhik lung before voting for HUT Ifbut the most necessary taxation take the business man who wakes 1000 to 2000 on his bus I sLd Incas wouldnt he hesitate before lie voted taxation that took a total 14J of 200 luIOO of his prcfits Yet the bulk of the town taxes is paid by property holders the larger part of w hove income is on not exceeding a 6 to7 percent basis To illus Irate Say 10000 In mortgages or t cash notes brings an income 11r 1 noo of this 1185 is taken for tax c st ta leaving S515 A business man lORa capital of 13000 invested in which is asserted at 1000lUkelSlt least 1000 a t year yet he pays only 18 50 taxes 1Icavins him an income of 982 50 pays only a tenth as much taxes f iand has 90 percent more income y on SO per cent of the capital I dj J 0 It is stated that the total tax I rate for the resident of the great A city of Boston MUM where they 4ti have every tDunicipalimprnvemcn- toonenient end advantage is only i 1ihe1000OldMelhod Is Best At the next November election j there will be Bubmitted o the voters of Kentucky the question of wheth er or Rot the Constitution shall b attended so as to permit a return to the old fashioned method of vot ing by word of south The ballot system was establUh ed for the twofold purpose tlr dim J heating or lessening briberyand protecting voters from the coercion of eaaployers or others to whom I they are obligated by business ties f Thg ballot system hus slgnaliy failed to miti ute the evilsrrtff bri bery It is ptfBsiBle thwfaVcry few et secretly21oti lic Hy certejthat ninety nine out of a hundred floater deliver the i r noiare r the nan for whom be is paidto ifYoteIn regard tothe protection af f ftldh eweakkneetl vuterby s secrecfwhat Is gained in that re Ppect is lost many times over in the prom tiohif hypocrisy for the I 11i t rnrlyypter m kes no iecret of his Intentions nnd tho timorous one t f who professes to be for a man Li r Ieeasurosnd votes the other way unworthy of protection nor does Jt t Ittbulloti Ii for fraud that are utterly impossible I under the viva vooo system When i he wishes of the voters are taker tt hiynrdof mouth and tho record J jreseivcd illegul and fraudulent 4i rr yiitea ran be detected judicial i Iy viimlnnted and the illegal jcJ with the certainty 1Ihwlllof the majority of thevot CM can ba determined without i throwing out legal votes because of the wrongdoing corrupt men j No worthy man sjjould lose his vote b b oitusc unprincipled politicians 1 iit fraud sometimes for the isI 1f rl fjr purpose of vitiating tho whole it v tf a precinct or larger politi ptlt1or merit the Australian i IniliTrisyBteDi has are provisions in 7f L rtj Ja4BI ting a limited auto t becof voters within a certain die 3 t taHco of the polling plate at a time iiadthecounting of the votes only after the polls close fnthe after a LL BOOB These have done away with tb iiiseeailj lad sometiaies dan 0 I 1 ht- c ot a 4r f i 1ot K rnu8 disorders nl the pulls It would be tuny in retain tlnfe pro visiiins nf the law nnd mnko them pquiilly effective niulrr the viwi Vti0 tyrtern PUKPIOKNT HOOBEVKLTB efforts fur peace between Japan and line t ftit have borne tome substantial fruit than applause nhii thanks The Czar of Rufpin sends him word that through niisundeistiiniling several Uniud Stoics articles of import into Hnfiiu w re required tn pay It higher rate of iluy than the Same articles from other ooun tries which were given the benefit of the most favored nntioiiclauso of the Russian iHritf law hut now the United States wilt bl given the benefit of the most favored nation clause on those articles EEPCDLICAN institutions are baaed upon the integrity of the voters and the principle nf majority rule in elections Tricksters cant without detection commit election frauds when an open and perma nent record is made ufo the willof tliu majority by the old fashioned mnthnd of voting by word of mouth EIKCTION disorders can just liS well he provided against under the old fashioned method of voting as under the ballot method by making the same law apply in regard id thu collection of people near the polls anti the counting of the vote onlyI after the polls are closed ONLY by the viva voco method of voting can you be euro that your vote will be counted us oust Vote for the amendment to the State Constitution providing for a returni to the oldfashioned method lug byword of muuthIIv the uild fashioned method of voting hind been practiced in the GuchelTaylof cauipaign the willof the iiiiijority would have prevailed and there would have been none of the disorder crime and State dis grace that ensued THKRB will be no ballet box stuffing under the viva voce method of voting CORRESPONDENCE Forge Hill Our vicinity is thankful for the nice gentle rain Sunday Alfred Filson and wife who have been making their home in Kansas for several years returned luet week thinking theres no place like Old Ky Wm Boydof Irving Kansas and sister Mrs Mettle Mnuntz of Rush county Kansas spent several days last week with their cousin Mrs W W Williams Moore Forry We had some nico showers the past week The wnterroelpn crop is about all sold In this part Several from hero attendedCourt at OwinRsville Monday Ben Shrout solij Dirk Vanland In ham a sucklinff calf for 10 Thomas Sorrell and JCPS Moody have the fever and are very sick Well the big campmeeting ill over and several got wholly snnctl fled Large crowds attended the meeting West End Little Ruth Warner is very sick T A Piersall of Clarkcounty Is visiting here There is a disease prevalent here- reembhinght grippe Some of its victims are bedfast precinctIone was east ro hibition election and only two for- wet goods I sea the Republicans have sot their convention for Oct 7 and 10 Well if they dont watch they will got frostbitten No offense this is our dug owe will kick him when we get ready Pleasant Valley visitingherthis week rClark Pieratt rind wife of neai Mt Sterling visited at Fount Pieratts Sunday Brother Harriuon preached his fhrewell sermon at Pleasant Valley Sunday night to a large crowd Bro Cleveland Carpenter hue gone to Hazel Green to college We SundayschoolrThere will be preacliing next Sundayat Pleasant Valley bya student from Lexington Biblp College We cannot have Sundayschool Wontissuperintendent for us Upper White Oak communityhave the winter Wm Snolling of Illinois came last week on a twenty days visit to relatives FridayaFrances Cook on Salt Well Frost is almost here If we are to judge by the exceeding coolness of the temperature at present placehavemeeting at Hedricks the paet week W W Rodgers bought a field of corn of John Royso to feed down to boA He also bought Richard Grays tobacco crop The White Oak Juvenile base ball nine were disappointed Saturday afternoon because the Wash ington Juvenile nine failed to cotne1 It is very interesting to watch thorn play l z lJ1 J 7 1MiIf t y Upper Flat Crock Mits Ilattie Owings is at Estill Springs L A Glover purchased of W C Glover three shouts for 18 Miss Kiltie Murray visited reIn ires in Owingsvillo last week The twelvcinonthsnld child nf Mr IlIle und wifo died Friday Sept Mrs Chess Glover who has been very sick fur the plist week is able to be up again Dr J R Hlaydes and Mrs Crit Lane spent several lays last week tt Olympian Springs Dr John R Bluydep wife and grandsons Robert and JamesVelas oe of Hot Springs are guests of Mrs Crit Lane Fairviow We had a nice rain Sunday Tobaccocutting is the order of tho day Some fields ofcorn ure almost ready to cut J W Hendrix sold two shunts tn George Kirk for 13 Rodney Vunlnndinghum was hereon buuined last we eke George Kirk was in Fleming county on business lust week Our school seems to bo going nn nicely under tho efficient care of Mr Barber Several from hero attended the Holiness camp meeting at lied ricks Sunday Rev Woods closed his pastorate here Sunday morning Unless he returned by conference theywill gIve us a change in both churches Sato Valley Bob Snedogar was home Sunday troui Flat Creek Addio Jones gold two yearling heifers to Arnold Goodpustcr ut 11 a head Little Josse Sorrel is on the sick list Mrs Martin Jones is somowtat ill Butler roy bought a suckling steer calfnod a calf of James Clnrkfor 20 Misses Aimer Toy Wynnna Sor rell and Ohio JOliet were guests of Lucy Ulery Sunday Sertncy Ulery who makes his home with Mrs Belle Rice on Flat Creek visited his sister Lucy Ulcry Sunday The whole countryside was go ing to tho campmeeting Sunday but it commenced ruining about sunrise and rained until noon was glad for the rain was needed Sam Cnnyers is doing some good work on the Wyoming turnpike If every man who bad n job on the turnpikes would do as honest work as Sum tines there would be rin CIUISi for the roads going down The ladies of the Slate Valley Churchwill have a meeting at tbe church at 2 oclock p m Thursday Sept li for tho purpose of provid ing ways and means to have th ohurchhouue painted Everybody is cordially invited to attend James Clark of near Bald Eagle was hero Tuesday night of hut week looking for his work horses which had been taken out of his pasture the night before toil up t Saturday he had no trace of them He is a poor man and the loss fulls heavily on him work to do and no team Hillsboro Born to the wife of Henry Story a son Several from here attended the fair at EWing last week Born to tho wife nf E H Card iner a twelvepound girl Robert Stewart has been quite poorly for the last few days The infant daughter of Vite Sunders died lust Wednesday preachIday Minor Denton has bought out H A Days interest in Denton fcDays store Rev J L Vest is attending the- M E Conferences Covington this week Herschel Mark well of Louis ville is visiting friends hero this week Mrs Jas Shepherd has been con fined to her bed with fever several weeks Marshall Davis and aunt MreM M Davis visited in Owingsville Saturday Harlan Day wife and family left last Monday fur their home aLTar born N C Miss Lena Pollitt of Orange burg is visiting her mother Mrs Ceo Gardiner Mrs Melvin Rawlings left Saturday to visit her sitter Mrs Geo Don ld on at Winchester Mrs J W Gardiner of Mt Car mol is visiting her son E HGard iner and family this week Miss Maud Zimmerman left Sat urday to visit her aunt Mrs Hun iuh Shrout and fumily at Bethel Raleigh Myers and wife of Illinois have been visiting relatives and friends here for the past two weeks granddaughterMrs NelhieSelbyanti family from Friday until Sunday Mrs John Day left Saturday t visit her sister Mrs Geo Donald son at Winchester after which she will leave for her home at Win ChesterMisses Minnie May McCann and PearlWallingford returned to their homo at Tilton after a few days visit to tho latters uncle Robert VVulIingford and family r1 y d stl ti i1 Okla fA good doniuf tobuccti wan housed here lust week The wished for ruin fell hero Sunday and wits appreciated much Alpheus Vice hits tobacco leaves Ihat measure 40 inches long aid two feet wide Uev Tom Wood cume river but on account nf this rain Sunday morning didnt preuch Thomas Denton and two children visited James Dentnn und wife near Moorelield Saturday and SundayEarl and Raymond Cram were guests of their cousin John Denton of Fleming county Saturday night und Sunday Ed Anderson and son W M pur chased two mule cults of James Stephens for 90 They also purchased two of George Hedrick for 00 Miss Mary Cutright of Grange City came Thursday for a weeks visit with her cousins MissesUarric and Mae VICO and other relatives und friends Grange City J M Newman is in Cincinnati this week on business Miss Viola Havens is attending Flemingsburg High School Miss Era Havens left Sept 11 to attend school at Winchester Miss Evaline Colliver has been quite sick the past few days Miss Mary Cutright is visiting relatives in Buth county this week Marion Story T H RutlilT and Lewis Cutright attended theEwing fair J 11 Rigdon and family have moved from Owingimllu to A D Rawlings property Mrs L B Newman and sister Mill Leila Willeroy were shopping in Owingvillo last week Mrs Melvina Johnson MrsNcw ton Johnson and Mrs L S Ratlin and daughter Atlia visited Mrs A W Jones at Odessa Prof J Uumphstedds ofEw ing who Is teaching our schoolwill take rooms with Mrs Maria Eden His wife will accompany him and assist in the school Mr Mtillii Costigun son Leslie daughter SalliuMuy Ilid 1i Louise Dutiiele of Frankfort are vi itin the formers parent A D Rawlings and wile and lIther relatives Upper Prickly Ash Miss Mar Suedcgar visited rcl ativea on White Oak lust week L A Manley of Flemingdburg visited F F Tackett one night Ins week Mrs Kate Gillon of White Oak visit il her son Oil Gillon and wife lust week IInedaylustin OwingsviMe Miss Elfie Tackett spent Ft May with her brother John Tuckett und wife on Flat Creek Mrs Tom Allen und children of Owingsville visited relatives here several days lust week U L Stone and wife visited E S Hamilton und wifenn Hneslitin Wednesday of lust week rIneketttheir grandpurents F F Tackett and wife I Mrs Nunnie May Wilson uns children of hear Bethel isrrive- iFriday to visit Mrs Nancy Shrout and family Fletcher Donaldson and dough ter Mrs Minnie Donaldson of the headwaters of liurhtidget Branch were guests of Riley Chandler and family several days lust week Bethel W H Pierntt loft for Cincinnati MondayMrs Albert Wilson visited at Owingsvillo last week James Emmons fell on the edge of a water bucket and fractureda rib Boardman Hopkins bought some cattle from W R Peters at 360 A number from here attended Oninusville and Carlisle Courts Monday Leer Tipton and Mrs Maggie neighbonlioodMonday Alex Duff Mr Reasor and Lydia Cogswell visited W H Pieratt and family this week t Rev C H Gossett of Versailles is visiting his grandmother Mrs Susan IJazelrigg ltN French fc Bro buyers for tho Continental Tobacco Co wer lucre lust week prospecting for tlu now crop Ruin checked the cutting am housing of the tobucoo crop Quit u lot was left in the patch on the stick over Sunday Miss Jennie May Whaley enter tamed at dinner a number of her young friends from here Sunday and they report a delightful day Mrs Ida Elliott of Owingsville vi led at her brother C M Rut HlFs Sunday and went toMoorefield to see her sister Mrs Burns who is very sick Bro Jones the new preacher ni the Christian Church began his 1pRstorute8unrlay Indications art he to the congregltlonIIOllie Arrosmith was taken sud denly sick Sunday afternoon with trouble of the heart After quite an attack ho recovered so as to at tend church Sunday night but is not out of danger since a second attack may occur at any time AllT rcarIt I Ai A ad J7 7h Crooks Illume Hurt nf Roes Run Willif here Saturday u Little Ed Gucrrnnt Rothwell is on the sick list Brack Curtmill of Illinois istvisiting relatives here Mrs Jane Juckson and son were In Owingsville SuturdayIIWe hlldu good rain Sunday night that started tIre branches to runninggMarion Mcintyre of Coliiinbus 0 came Monday morning to visit relatives Jesse Jackson moved Sunday on A W Buscoms farm west of Ow ingsvillc aWilleoncarload of sheep und cattle to CincinnatiD and grandson visited relatives nt Midland CityFiiday and StllrdaytOllio Snedegar and wifeofPrick ly Ash visited relatives here Sat urduy arid Sunday J O Hull and family moved to Olympia last week S II Johnson moved to Farmers We are sorry s to lose them an they are all good quiet people J D Turleyof Suit Lick bought of Banks Goodpaster last week 37 acres of land on Mill Creek at 18 per acre Olympia John Penix continues poorly Miss Eflie Swnrts was inOwings ville Saturday Jim Will Johnson moved to Lex ington Monday Walter Belcher and wife were in Owingsville Friday John Hull of Preston moved to the hotel property last week Mrs Ella McCluin is visiting her daughter byond Mt Sterling Mrs T Harry and children vis- Ited her daughter at Farmers lust week Miss MayNorthcutt gave a social nightiBill and Andy Swarts returned mountuinsIbeen four weeks Sam Hart moved into the house lately vacated by Judo Ynrbrough and Sidney Warren moved into his hue Miss May Jackson who has been staying at her grandmother Wills at Cuuiiirgo for u year is visiting her father Turn Jackson I11rs Silverberg and two daugh ters returned home to Cincinnati Saturday utter three weeks stay wither sister MM Fred Slessei Married Wednesday Sept G Mrs Hnimiih Pcrgram unl LouBu shaw ut the homo nf the bride Slit WitS a widow with six children and he a widower with two children We wfslv them a long and hippy life r Stepstono bydeathC B Reid and vifc spentSundiiy with Sant Perkins and wife or- Slate Cieok Mies Jennie Donaldson is visiting John horton und family at inwards ZulillUAaiiiJI Crouch nnd family spent andltlt11 8 Amanda Stuton J BCas nity Claude Espy und Foy hun spent Sunday with Miss Brooksic HenryWe had a good rain Sundnnd Monday and it was needed ton as the creek Was paet running for ov er a week already Misses Bessie and Eflle Qniecn berry Wm Rugan and Chas Steele slent Sunday with AmbroseUlerys family at Preston T J Alexander who has been bedfast with rheumatism for some days is not doingmuch good but ifAny change is some hotter lhoeGarr tt nndDallasDonohew took in the camp meeting at fled ricks Sunday and report the crowd kind of light on account of rain Frank Drown left Saturday for Cincinnati to lay in his fall stock of goods He will visit relatives in Ashland Catlettsburg and Russell on his way and will be gone about H week James Crayoraft of Myers vie Jted his fatherin law S P Steele and family several days last week and took his uncle Wm Sorrell and wife of Butler and his fattier in law SP Steele and wife bock with him on a visit of a few days aStooDSMrs Tom Warner was again very 1sick last week ItA largo acreage of wheat will be sown in this vicinity Up to Monday about half tbe to bacco crop had been housed Murk Trim hIe has returned after a two years stuy in Missouri Green CunditF and family have moved here from Spruce Creek iCliff Goodpaster is able to be out a severe spell of typhoid fever The family of J B Carter host returned to Kentucky from Menard county III- Misses Lcnnn andMattieMorgnn of Bourbon county visited relatives here last week Mrs J Will Clayof MtSterling visited lion mother Mrs Sarah Bridges Sunday Walter and Marion Bridges at tended the fair ut Ewing Fleming county last week Mrs Joe Trimble and sister Mrs Lumpkins of near Mt Sterling were visitors here Thursdays i a nL4 4 4l f Mr N Jl Jewell urns removed rom the hospitalat LexngonSit nihasyi1iui is sull very poorly Tltc ltt cream si UIIII rinsed at Somerset Church Saturday night The only hud time ice cream sup ers there this ouiumer Th6U a womans most dan erous weapon is Per beliuty No- loutit it is tor it can kill lovi quicker thun anything Say brother Bath countian if it ets too goldancd dryor you over there just come over to Olii Mantgomery We have some fiin 10 yearold just made the nthci day With Jeff DUVIB and Gov Var damun in the Senate with Bailey nd Tillman tho Democratic side have a hand that couldnt ba beatthe four aces GovLuFolletle would probably answer for joker on both sides The brilliant editorial writer of he Chicago American line got into hot water over discussing the all importunt woman question He sure is handling the question superbly and in a way that cannot he disputed save by the fair ones Heave that Woman has never held even the tenth place in any line of activo effort and to make matters worse ho proves it What say you Salt Lick Craigs etc Knob Lick probably we could give the wise writer some pointers Salt Lick Willie Wills and sister Pearl left Monday for Berca College Harry Caldwell returned from Menden Hall Miss this week Mrs Cynthia Hurt visited her brother Dr H H Lewis Saturday J EJoiinsnn has moved from Mriores Ferry to his property here Mrs James Hull spent n week with relatives Montgomery cutin y Miss Bertie Wren is visiting her fathers family near Mt Slur lingThe supper given by Miss Jnsie Shuuse on Saturday night wis a success The nights have been uncommon Iy cool and dangerously near the Irot line Everybody is invited to the Suit Lirk Street Fair the last four days in September Miss Sudie Stout entertained her sister Miss Mae und friend Satur day and Sunday There arc so many big meetings etc going on it keeps one hustling to attend them all Miss Ethel Hall returned Satur day from three weeks visit to re latives near Stoops Little Miss Vivian daughter of Mrs Beltio Williams of Reynolds ville Is a pleasant guest of friends e rePress Jackson went to MtOlivet Robertson county und arrested Burbridjje Pore for violating the revenue lnv A furnace is being put in the Christian Church Tho church hits been newly painted a new cur pet bought and when the large pipe organ ia placed in the church it will indeed bo a beautiful temple nf God IOn Sept 6 Charles Burns Jack son celebrated his 5th birthday hy entertaining fdor his mall frienils Ico cream cnke und wat crmelon were served tntIa big time enjoyed by nil The guests were Sallio Daughelrtr Lena Fur ley Bernard Kmttz John WRub bins Arthur Johnson Espy Jack son Bernard Johnson Thnmas Daugherty Fred Douglas luau PRICEU MEAT IN GrustAKY Berlin Septeraher 7The price of cattle nn the foot today is 14j cents per pound avoirdupois and live hogs M cents per pound It is these prices that caused the master butchers of Germany to petition liveIare joined in the protest by the mu nicipal governments nf 50 or 60 cities among them being most of the large manufacturing centers where it is alleged industry is most injured by the increasing cost of existence in Germany The agitation against the meat exclusion act has now gono on for two years with increasing force as the prices of meet have gone tn slowly and steadily regardless o the lessening of consumption pe head and the countrys population increasing three quarters of a mii lion annually Tho farmers so ta have been unable to increase tIn number of food animals raited They ifflrm through the ngricultu ral conventions landlords associa thins and the Agrarian party press that Germany can and will and in fact does produce sufficient meat that encouragement of thefarrners is necessary to a symmetrical eco system and that to admit an lands and meat free of duty not would ruin the farmer The Berlin Town Council after heated discussion of the meat tam ine unanimously resolved to call a meeting of tho representatives o all German cities for the of protesting against the refusal a thb Government to open the fron tiers to the free importation o food animals BLUE GRA- SSNurseries SPRING 1005 Trees by the million fruit and shade small fruits grape vines shrubs asparagus rhubarb arid ev erytbing ordinarily kept at such an establishment We sell direct to agentsTreeapplication to HF HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky rfi Ii 7 4i + a- JrSa II JI i 0 Y7 i1I r tIC k s 1f r i BIQ- STREET A l i PAIRj 1 7 f f SEPT272829930BIGSHOWS v And many premiums each day See large bills for further particulars Address Sherman Gullett Secy I J Bath room Ready Sept i White Shoe Polish for sale Shop i get haircut bootblack and readyto f Wishing basement PARKER FOR Virginia Screened L umpI and Pluto Cannel 0 A 1WRITE OR TELEPHONE ROSE RUN IRON CO OLYMP IA IFTJIBIILZa sLDE OIB Choice Shorthorn Cattle 4UATMT STERLING THURDAY T5 1905 Selection of 4Ohoad tho of A W Bas Owingavillo Mrs Marshall and R B Yoiina Mt Stirling Ky enttlii are of the Wild Eyes Kirklevin ton Cra nnd other families i csndltinn ItniUlQllluld1will be given of registry it Sale be held at i at VV TFitzpattricks stable SAM VV KIDD Auctioneer l JFamous Band DUSS It naturally desired by the management secure the best band fotfSeptIque8rrepIIt was decided by the board after careful coneideratioiij to make a contract with the faraousDuesBand an aggregation of 15 mooeysMr J Duss is A young man purlyIVsince tho acquirement of his wealth 111I1S devoted hula rind his labors to securing and perfecting the best band in America In no has he let money prevent his getI 00fNordicafMr Duss will bring to Kentucky is certain to one of the greatest attractions at the lair and it will no doubt bring him into further favor and as a leader W OMcINTIRR DENTIST OwlrippvilleBanking OWINGSVILLE KYI THOS J JONES Livery Feed Sale OWINGSVILLE StabloI Ideulers j 1 The Palace Barber Iin the best place in the city of Owingsville to an up to data or shave Two first class Barbers ready to wait on you at all times We have employed tho old reliable John War ner he in always wnit on you all old and new customers to give ue n rail in tile under lintel office we ore E J t KY KY O from herds cnm E D These nted nndIIrc In good Wltht1I11i 4 certified copy w will oclock J S was This is some S time instance prove prominence I AUCTIONEER If you wnnt the services of nn rue tloneer callon me Terms reason utile QEURGE Ii GUDGELL Odessa Ky I Vimont Street MEAT MARKEt CA REED Prop Owingsville Ky Fresh and cured meats OysI you number is 21 JOHNTK1MBRbUGHSONXzplaln Speedy Oertaia Curej 1115 SAFB Because Paracamph is prep only from refined Camphor the remedy of our grandmo tgesscntialcannot in W the delicate tiS5ucsl1nngyonrstoinach or shatter and mansstrsngNeuraigiaCatarrh3Zenna appliedit thelnDiseased Membranes IT IS CERTAIN Bccansewhen it reach immediatelyoothcsmoves the congestion and draws out all indncmg and sweats out the disease This is the only safe and sure We do not hesitate to Pars camphtto cure Rheumatism wellicsfi Catarrh ThroatTroubles EC f jPiless j report tousdailythatthehavebeeizc- urcdbyitnuse furthermore because We know that Faracamph will do exactly what the nianufactnren claim fortttParacamph is a clean safe lnousehiolul everyday a to the Injured and should be kept lit tryIreturn money if it fails to do whatjnre CompunLouisville lr 1 j IThe OutlooiZiand dail Louisville Post one year x OV385 s r t tt i tjSla J