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mutter how rough and Jo comuiou Apply at OUTLOOK office Guh8ainmunitlorilegging81hunt ard Ing coats andali snorting gods ato sRe ktatFl L ds A T Byrona lUb 1 JA vi1nyrcredoorbelw OUTLOOK o Dce Como Kd boo and 11 Dr G W Conner tlie dentist Uses OdonjUnder and all approved inaestheticB for the painless es A traction oT teeth We tot trio f till raOUs laEtutar lllaXt heaters guaranteed to keep lire Bkoa Folt SLLS Durdck Jersey rnnle hoaler subject to registry nji 41O ach Address 114- J ALBERT AVicsoN Bethel Kyvh f i AinerhHMi Field Fence strongest will cOchcaptt41 Jnct received caruf 5000 rods jjlztBt BfiioN Buns and We are iz4L to aurtounco- iirg iO eA r6a SII cUiidliiute firitt Cotuity Judge of Bath Mr Peed do f the ar tuti if We bre nuthiinzed fo Hnnnunce diaar W Barber as a candidate for County Attorney of Bath Mrw Barber U the nominee of the RV publicuti plr13lThe plipils of the graded sebinilB 4f Were tnkfnon ah nUtlng i ringtoha Rt ck hy thetee2Crelasti- 4isturdisy sY and of course had the H j biggest kind of a littic j 01MIIi8bf SevEdwnrd I Guerrant of B WfiBBore was wedded at her homek Wednesday otUetwoek to Green nf LouisvilleiiiJaraeaGilloii lOokcharge of t the 4IJoeTelephoneColeX A WULlge tij 7lrday Kitty IicHraefEat St Louis niece of j 1IriGilNtriaJier BBlstanL to t vehemi cIONd likp intractod tieett8Kat ML PJeinL Cliur h Siiidsy aigkt and returned here his orn IRlitllJtiitbRicbardsII r We are aHthorizdd to aiihourice Ife ryIHokIns as a caudidat I a forBhetlt efjgSlh cpanty witbCiW TlptonD e tyt rH6pkiiieJ8 the n nomiHse of tile iJcpublicao party r cteToreI Grbve adakiwellcookaindrnan3 other to ieleet frm r X 11 trByrol1 4Weit Chas Crair aii A cahdidate f- Jijouaty QVni tBath with Ellis jjorBytOq8 Deputy Messrs C g are HottiBees o atepbHesntijketFv Elder U tfAdams of Sudith L Henifee county elbed his tqetjting 2 J at Fai tt8 Mtoplhouse Friday iight with 42 additions 17 being 1t orBiag at Flat kiaedSatrtltl i ree 1f TiOQr fwiai io PELDeput y Sherl A K Crooks took to the Fraskfert pBiUBti ry MesayHar dIHLW1G 5 t ierve 2 yeUrV for robWag Oweas SatJilTB oreat Sharpflburg Fruak Green ofcolor 2 years pferjary and James Kb th well two years for horse oliil S4l Jo FsiHTtKdrRe8ifiBtbec that J TLOoTr4oIIsprepared to print Lecbeads oteheade billboads tatelI Bt8 envelopes cards labels f f71 ttilv tatioHaand aU jrorts i tiaaery on the 14I Bt ift style attbe most zlfI prie Coaipare four 4rdIi WI n0 ttllr edout by am N aii i yolI U1flndlt to yur advaiitiigB to bayous do your work iW aWwrjiit RMter ootfers ppIEsEevrytkIeg Ns4il lye tMriu4wtb aoetryjob oftlc VW1S i kay ei baiul fer sue u aily- aortgagin 1 A i tal SSt i4aISt awtkrlt lk J 1 16 ff j t c f t b n r f f 1t 4 r lr J tF lt lsrjffi W PERSONAL S L Havelis of Grange City was tre last week Judge N it Patterson went to Mt Sterling SaturdayI 7vesMiss Anna Peters returned ei from Brondhead flockcat1tcounty sterI tuglast week Pierce Wlnri and wife of Mt Stet lint wero of MrsElvaCatlett JArthurnlcilit from a visit ut Georgetown ll1and Louisville ct Emit Peters of GeorRetown visIt G d lila parents Thos J Peters and wife tho past weekdPeter Adams of the Confederate a ome Peewee Vnlleyi came up lasto eek to visit frionds Mrs Ford and son Karl ol S Sirsa Mlsfi May Hendrix returned Sun h day from a visit to her sister Mrs Boyd at Carlisle Judge John A Ram eyPa8tGrahd auter attended tim Masonic Graid Lodge at Louisville lust weelFMrs Ed GaltBklll and son Winchester came lost week to visit r daughter Mrs Jesse Hampton James Hurt of Pleasant li aln8UI has been visiting relatives hero Mr d at Mt Sterling for several days tt Miss Hargls Mrontjoy after A visit W her slater Mrs lloburt Nixon re co turned home to Ewlugton last week M Willie Carter and wife and Rich Carter of Maysvlllo offer 1lsltn1 relatives returneJ homo Tuesday Mrs James McKee and dnUJhtertI joV18ltMrs Elizabeth Wells and grandsonw loft Tuesday morning t at Oxford N Cal liChasHannah Fitzpatrick have gone to housekeeping iua oil Slate venue Mrs Jofiii IL darniiclTanl hud IIdrtn of Louisville visited tier a ther Win Moore of Roes n 1IIst weekhfoissVisit to relativeswent to1 Winchester Tuesday to visit relatives hI Mr and Mrs W A Whlteomb fH InpIieter will como Sundajr to do It friends Mr Wliitcnnib will return the same day Mr Whitoomb return the same day Mrs Whit nib will remain several weukw The weather has been of the fireh overcoat variety the pnfct week of nf Ho s are gradually dropping barkh lIIt1 t UliUlIll itbefItImIzkiI1Iugcinnati Monday tlinj wa worn 540 S4ai cunution 425 10 520 W DIEIIIS Pin INT ReJohnBalrd who tiled la tliH pulpitut LotigwoudVur Cincinnati Sairdav IIS a first cousin ofMrHSMlarcclL Rev Baird was 1rofefe or of Lou- 1ngs at Hanover College near adIou Ind for u number 1f jti mil liter of seven yearrji urial at Charleston indo SucoEFFtJt MEBTINIJ Elder B 111altlast week He hail 16 additions the church in Jour nights of He went from there to eep his tunnthly uppointulont at oth well Sunday f returning hume ondny MARRIAGE EaOAGEMENTeChas Lindeey and Mifs GOIIDneJCirkj iatrick of Mt Sterllngyoung so ciety people ir iIkflflwfl J rtare be married some tirneinNovern ber Hughes Atktn inn of Flat Creek and Miss Annie Garth f rofear Millersburg are to be wedded InNovebar Spxctii flAtmNG StoTE t1JE For 30 days NoJ and 8 monkeys 3 and 350 Nos101112cn ons 35O54 and 450 eheet steel wood boaters 150 up box wood beaters 775 up EstateOak obs Hot Blast Jewel Hot Blast Ud all others in proportion bar galne 8ureELATBtRoNc NptjOe JB hereby given tb8tLheI noWacloshlupits affairs and ceased to do bus nea 4t 1Thli Oct 19 1905 OwiNosviLtE PRESTON TELEJ CO By JJ NgpBitfr prealdentI JAMES T W HB DEAD Tho Sharpsburg World mentions the death of Jpmes T Ware on Oct16I at the homeoffbleiloh lawEhrie Myers near Shawhdn fa stroke e paralysis He canto last July froaa his home at Columbus Gi in a visit to his daughters He was buried in the SharpsburgCem- tery D ceased was about 52 years old 3e first came to this county over 30 years ago with TaMes S Boyd en the lattere return from one of his stockrsclllng trips down in Georgia Mr VVare made his home in the Reynolds villa neighborhood for several years In 1876 he mar ned Miss Annie C nnon Three children were born to iaH of them Burviying viz Eula Lee now Mrs Dan Wilson Bettie now Mrs Elmer Myers botlr of Shaw han and Wra Bord Ware of Lex ington Mrs Ware died several yearBago Mr Ware lived on a farm on Bald Eagle for soraeyes and tb kept ot iaSharpflburgc He we South to live in 1901 lie was widely known JlhBiny frlenda t i1rougbc ut tc u ty 7I c I 1 1 Get your Winter Buggy Robes nnd Horse Blnukets from E L A T Byron FOUND HOUSES George Kerr found the two mares and mule be longing to himself and Alex Stew art Tuesday night of last week on Iithe pike near BJillcraburg Thought t is believed they were und hen turned loose IL is possible that hey might have strayed down hereaJONKSTBUMHO Thursday after noon ut 480 oclock JoSoph F Junes e Jr and Miss Pearl Trumbj woro married at the Catholic parsonage at- exington Rev Father Harry oft latImig The bride is a wellknown popular young nurso of Lexh a oii was rnlsed near Pine rove and now holds It reqionsibled position with a The many friends of the contracting parties join us in congratulations nd best wishes Winchester Dem crat liTheTrumbo of Carlisle and n sister f Mrs T H Brown of this town he Is a trained nurse by professiona a o n much e ron mierable qualities She is wellknown here and her many trlemls rejoice In tier matrimonial happinesser ENTERTAINING His I 1tIEND9U Roberts the night operator at Preston has as gueetH hi80111s friends H A Long of Cincinnati R E McCarty of St Louis Long is quite un oldtimer at on lie and Mr Roberts by oferetirpscCarty hits until recently been connected with u brokerage compa lay noydoing hia best to make them inter cr ted They went Sunday with ti lly crowd of young people to the was naestnutade a flying trip to ait Sterlingre Owingsville They seem ghted with the country arid more oct with the people Mr Long line accepted a position asC 0 night c nperatorat Mt Sterling The com W pony is pressing McCarty hard to tee thccept Iher a while us he is having too ood a time with the Kentucky Imrneds the heoweverso shortlysuiNTKHEPTIXd 0O DOCUMENT Mrs nlarv lionaker of Lexingtontu hile on a vi it to found among the papers her brother Vui Ashey a copy the the inventoryof the persunalcylo tlsarnes hrntherin law ot the do tilt reaped Philip Williams and John and record ed in the Bath thnuutyu St Silddulh was Clerk and John Rails Deputy at the June Is Cjjurt in 1821itRubcrt iining that of the elder William Moore un Licking riser above lies Mill and died there The inventory is interesting from 10 fact that ft gives the valuation several negro slave aa weltas live stock and other thing Among the slaves valued were a woman named Jenny 350 girl Fan 8200 Patsey f150 Maria 100 Bet 280 Cattle Were lower than now Three steer aro valued at 32 8 oung cattle tao four mUch cows 40 and four calves 86 for each bunch Brigs were u better price 1 per hundred pounds to A Barshear plow was valued at 650 another of same at 4 a 5 gallon kettle ltwo flat ironsf L60 of PLATING POTITICS Although the Republican convention of tbeBaih Rowan district held at Salt Licks last Saturday a week ago declined to nominate a candidate for Repre aentativeagalnstWAYoiingDemo crati nominee there wl18un ele ment scattered throughout thee county having its chief strength in the Shurpeburg and Bethel pr- eclnat8hict wanted a candidate under the log cabin against Young petition was being circulated by this element und bein largely signed to hIm the name of Jeff Howell of Salt Lick placed on the lallota under theRepubliCan device 11tbe meantime some ol Youngs Ie democratic friends in order to forestall the action of this dissatis led element of Republicans circu hated a petition among theRepubli cans securing sufficient number signors to have the name ofTboV t Barber Republican of Rowan county placed OIL the ballots under the log cabin This latter petitiqri was flied with the County Clerks and under tho law was entitled Jo precedence It was generally un derstood or believed least Barber weB a friend of Youngs apt would withdraw when it was too late to get another Republicans name on the ballots which timeI limit expired at midnight Saturday Omar Barber of Wyoming Re publican nomineefor County Attor nay is a relative of ThosP Barber and it is said that representations were made to him that if he didnt induce Thos P Bather to withdraw his name from tho ballots that the element wishing abona fide Repub lican candidate for Representative would ecratch him ut the election Therefore Omar Barber accompa- Bu1nledb1 Leo Browunephew ofChas the leader of the latter went to Mooho d Friday induce Thos P Barber to and withdraw his name R Patterson end JSuitnet Fratmaji prominent supporters of Young suspected what was up und also went to Morehead OnSalurdu Omar Barber and Leo Brown got Thos lumber on the first west hound train but there were tulsa Wm A Young Patterson nndFrat- lian Omar and Brown nttemptec o get Thoa P Barber olf the trail successively at Salt Lick Olympia Prcstonhut failed through the elForts of Messrs Young Patterson nd Fratman to detain him At Preston Omar uild Brown abandon d the contest and Thos P Barber went to Frankfort with William A Young A Frankfort dispatch in the Sunday doilies quoted Barbers saying that ho had no hope of- lection and would probably with raw Omir Barber anti Brown came on here early Saturday and after consultation was decidid to call p Republican State Chairman Gen W Long at Louisville to eo curo authority to calla convention t Salt Lick Saturday afternoon to- owinitte a Republican candidate1 for Representative Long could not be reached and Samuel J Rob tS of Lexington wits communi cated with in regird to calling a convention Huberts in quoted as ying that he gave his pinion that ihb nominee 01 the suggested convention would have precedence the ballots over the candidate petition but thou ho knew little the Biimtinn and has no connec on wiih tho controversy The convention was hdd Satur afternoon and Jolt lloweil wts minuted lie came here with his- edentials Saturday nfieraoonbuto party leaders advised him that it too late for him to get his me on the ballots it Howell was ttomlimted hero at the h gular Republican convention fur Magistrate of the Lick district Oct 10 but hut hold up filing his certificate Ho ltd it with the or u Clerk Saturday afternoon MUll leepublicanto present toe Clerks of Bath and Howan to or vo hiii name placed on the ballots ie County Clerk of Rowau accept the c rtlflcato and said he would c Imve both Barbers awl HoweUu names placed on the ballots under Republican device Howell came a ro and withdrew hU Magistrate rthftcato and presented his Reprobntuthvo certificate Jus T County Clerk went to Mt Sterling Monday uu I left an order to huivun e ballots printed When rc rneui 1I1IIIlJII evening h was brought lute communication with t Attorney General Hayn who said tjm fur filing papern to have n iididate nalne placet on tlm hiuln t did not expire till midnight iy infiteail of midnight Saturday id Hayes advised PeteiRto accept ctntiflcitto Haying if tho parties a ttthainni Several Avent to sea Hays It IHuiulerfitood Hint if HoWells name b nut plniuid alt tho ballots under tiepg cabin u inniithimustmittu will be broulit AlTKUMATIl Of lRflhIiflltlliNi Flit sight is with hindsight When our Prohilh biii in friends were nllkln campaign that resulted in tho ubo lilion of the licensed saloon in thih city of Owingsville they failed consider the fuel that by reasimold the thousand dollars of rived from saloon licenses the city government has acquired JI hiithlt off luxury that time hUll practicallyl made u habitof opcessit electric street lighting Also from faulty financial managemcntfuilure fully collect the city taxes and perhaps other causes the taxation rate had been increased to 60 cents on the 100 of assessed valuation properly in the city Still the revenue was insufficient to make the desirable improvements to tht- treets So the condition that con fronted the City Council was that the loss of revenue must be wRite goudbyottdldonal taxation The Council after deliberation con that the electric street lightsI must bo retained anti the deficiency of the revenue should be wade up by n system of licenses on merchants and professional people A scalp of licenses was therefore adopted Some vigorous kicking is beingI done against it owing to the rigid nature of the system For instance each class of business and profes lena people must pay the some license regardless of Ibo amount of business done by individual members of that class The system IB unquestionably inequitable from the very nature of the circumstances but what is the Council to doi The alternative is to put the city tax rate up to the legal limit 75e on the 100 and assess property t the same valuation as that of the county assessment and further probably to give up electric street cityI1rateschool It would be a greater hard ship on the larger taxpayers to adopt the latter alternative than the license system is on the buel ness and professional people In our profound conviction Pro hibition is n grandly mistaken pql icy from any point of view We feel no hesitancy in predicting that although the law la as strict as ii can be made practically it will not be observed In fact the practical politician who remarked that he was in favor nftho Prohibition lawbut agin its enforcement ox posed the constitutional weakness of the Prohibition cause An overwhelming majority Qf U vote cast at the lute election wi in favor of Prohibition It then becrfmo the dutyof the people to GOODPASTER CO Owingsville Ky rve tho law An opponent of the law can not be expected to give more than a passive obedience to but the Euppirters of the law ave voluntarily taken on a moral h obligation to actively uphold the law in every respect They know should know that nobody in this county except a distiller in not a ss than five gallon quantities can wf UIly ellloanbarler oivo hero anybody else any inoixicating liquid except tot that a physi left ottO prescribe and give it to them without pitY in case oft real sickness Hence there is strong out special moral obli allon on them to not ask any ddy tn violate time law for them fur if there is no buyer therell be o aellefc Hut will they do so LVrlnps fexrhve lii the paptbut hey were ft v iridefd If they re a frain in the future they will woke success of tno Prohibition law ut otherwise Judging from the a past those who voted for Prohibi tion nit a ruin will be as qtiick to k dealer to violate the law for UI as the opponents of the law Usually pledge is exacted by the violator of the law that he slush not hurt by time buyer In the ast the result nrnp that althougho grand juries hail the witnesses they wanted e fore theta fouiehow ery few indictments were made Dealers found it cheaper to pay an- ccnitiiial tine than license wotild ave cost under the saloon system Still if the tow had been enforced wasnt a dealer but would ave been ruined nt any court elher or not there was a great lealuf perjury anyhow there was unquestionably great deal of evasion of the law In fnct very much of the prevalent disregard of is due to the common know ledge that the liquor law was eyed ed with impunity So we repeat unless human nature has radically changed thelProhibition law will bo with practical impunity and that too largely at the solicitation of those who voted for the law It is no excuse that the buyer is a person who doesnt abuse the use of intox cants The law is binding in allI tin parts on all persons or it isnt binding at all on anybody A IaIthat plays favorites is contemptible und is a corrupting influence whose potency for harm is immeasurable Wo hope our predictions in the turegoing will prove wrong and that the law will be observed antI enforced strictly to that no can procure a drop of intoxicants hy illegal sale in the county but if they should prove true there will be the condition of a loss of revenue to the city which must be made up by taxation and license that wit 1seriouslymany ot our citizens while on the other hand all the abuses of the drinking of intoxicants will con tinue with the added grave effects of a unenforced law destroying peoples respect tor any law that prevents them from doing as they wish Flat Creek Farm for Sale The undersigned offers for Bale his farm of 125 acres of land eltO ate in Bath county on East Fork of Flat Creek adjoining the farms of M T t F PHendrixGeoHendrix and W T Darnell and on the west- side of the Owingsville Sherburne turnpike road There are 60 acres in grass balance good tillable lands Has a good comfortable dwelling house a good tobacco and stock barn with other outhouses The sale will be made for one half cash balance in one and two years time Possession can be given at any time and title mode good Will sell cheap all thing f consideredTIIOS J HENDRIX Owingnviilo Ky Oct 23 1905 1The Outlook and diii Louisville Post one ye for 385 St U 1 Iir1I c F t6 1 1 GSA SUIT UK fllATF0ROUR SON SOCRATES tt FOR STYLE ANNUPTO DATE ALwAYS WEARS 1 1 1fr ide Nu USE TO REPEAT They were two buyers from the W stand were exchanging experiences the other evening in a well known Broadway otiJI used to be a drummer for a bigCincinnati wholesale Bhoefirm said on6arid my district included largo part of rural Ohio ijrjbealj once that 1 got into a crowded train and the only seat 1 couh find was one near the car door I boo come interested in a conversation between two brakeman Ono was green negro slid the other was instructing him what to do h Now you have got to learn the Dwell of the stationsand call them out at each stop So when the train stops you upon the door and listen to what 1 cell out at the other end and then repeat i said tho in t rUe n riI All was the reply Everything went fairly well for while but finally the oldtiwertstuck hilt heat in the called out Wapakonetn Vapiitkmtetal The greenhorn attentively with a puzzled expres lInn At length his face brightensed dp and he exclaimed Jes de sitoie at dis end o de 1arcar P New York Tribune Commissioners Sale Mrs Lou Barnaby dec vssOmar Mayo 2 By virtue of a judgment and or tier of 8t l tendered in tho Bath irculj Court at its October term 1905 in tbe abovestyled case the undersigned Master Commissioner will on- MONDAY NOVEMBER Id 1905 about 1 oclock p msell to the highest bidder at public auction at the Courthouse door fn Owings villo Bath coUrityi KyV tract ot and lying on Licking riverinBath county Ky and bounded as fol lows Beginning ut a stake on Licking river 7 links east of a mliI pie corner to the 98acro tract of Mrs Lou Barnuby thence down the river N 21 W 5552 poles to a stake opposite the mouth of Fox creek tbencejicross the river and creek N 80 E 2250 poles toa stake oh the north eidcihf creek whorl the elm once stood corner to John Call thence N 30 E 4 28 poles to a box alder corner to same thence N52i W 24 poles to a stake corner to Rice Eden thence S 57 W 432 poles to an elm corner to Fame thence N 84 W 872 poles to a maple corner to same thence crossing the river S 88 W 15 poles to a stake on the Bath side thence down the river N 2Jl W 10 polesN 40 W 9 poles N 7CJ W G 88 poles S 80 W 1740poles S 58 W 1404 poles S 41 J W 1240 poles S 33 W 1446 poles S 20i WIg 40 poles S 12 W 1948 poles S 4 W 2924 poles to 3 maple sprouts on the river 89 links from un elm and 27 links from a sycamore corner to Mrs Barnaby898 acre tructthence N 85i E 105 poles to the begin ning containing 431J acres or enough of said lauU as stimuli be necessary to produce tho sum of 69082 But said sale will be made subject to the right of Mrs Lou Barnaby tousa said land BO long as she continues to occupy the same and tho right of the unmarried in rant children of her former hUll band J M May to a Joint occupancy with her until the youngest unmarried child arrives at full age Terms Sale will be made on a credit of 6 months The purchaser will bo required to execute bond with approved security for the pur chase price payable to the under ligned bearing 6 interest from late of sale until paid said bond to have the force and effect ofa judgment A lien will be retained In said laud to secure payment of the purchase money LrH S GOODPASTER Master Comr B C 1 C W Goodpaster AUyI flA BIAS GIRTH Blanket SlipWoat Buggy Robes and Horse Blankets L I hive the largest stock of Jlnbeg and H rso IMnnkoti over brought to this town f fiaiiktIll rrntri tIme cheapest to the best I bought th Hi direct from tile 5A Inlllfl attd oft in po tiini to sell them dinner titan over soul hero tr Everyone knows that the 5A JJIusgirlh Horser Blanket Is the best blank i mantis huynftJngtlJeHorde Blankets etulSpecial attention to mail orders EUGENE MIN1HANOwingsvilie Kyv RACKET STORE We have oii our full goods direct front New York null so low you cant resist buyf ing Mens Overcoats 298 aO yds Darning Cotton Jo Mens Plush Caps aOc 12 doz Pants Buttons 60 Round Rubber yd 2c Stove Shovel Go Pokers fie LadioR Gum Sandal prolOcLadies UnderstiirtB 250 Buggy Rubes 125 Flower Pots lOc 8D y Clocks 187 Granite Dish Pun aoc CASH PAth FOR EGGS E woHEFIIN P t p h i Commissioners Sal The Jeffrey Mfg Company V- BWillial Alexander By virtue oCn jndgment and order of sale rendered in the Bath Circuit Court at the October terth 005Jtt time above styled clip the mderdigncd Commissioner will on SATURDAY NOV 11 J905 ubqutl oclock p in proceed to of ferror sale to tho highest bidder ut tion near Suit Lick Ky he follotw rtg described proplrty towit Qqe Combined incline and horizontal Gonveyor for handling and ship tember 960 No 531 cable chain i x6 1 head ehuft 516 x76 2 2 15 16 2jblocks 2 2 1516 collars 2 6 T 531 Adjustable flanged plate center bore 2 15 16K 0 in L One Spur gear 47 76 a li x44 x 21516K O 2 Keys 1 foot Shaft 2716 x 6 0 2 27 16 tyle UD takeupe 2 2 7 IjJ collars 20 No 5BL broad flat face idlers bore 2 716 S S with drum 3G 1 CounterShaft 716 x S 0 2 2716 pillow blocks22 716 collars 1 Spur pinion 959 x 1J x- x71643 KO 2 36x8x2 716 T fe L Pulleys C F 7 Keys i Knuckle Shaft 115 16 x 6 2 11616 Solid boxes 2 115 16 collars 2 20 No 531 flat face idlers bore 11516 S S 3 idler Shafts 116 16 x 6 6 15 16 Solid boxes 6 11516 collars 620 lo 531 broad flat face idlers B 115 16S- or enough thereof to produce time sum of 29660 being tho amount of the plantiJTs debt interest and costTermsSale will he made on a credit of three months tho pur chaser will bo required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price payah e to the undersigned bearing 6 interest from date of pale untIl paid paid bond to Ifavo the force aud effect of a judgment A lien will be re tamed on said property to secure the payment of time purchase money U GOODPASTER Master Gown B C C- io avonAway Christmas Subscribers for Subscribers to the Courier J9urnal The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Wattereons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It pro poses to give away twenty Christ mite presents ranging IrowlOO to 20 amounting to6001n allTherc will be four general presents of 100 50 30 and2ond sixteen presents of 30 and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas MiBsouriVirgin ia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write to the Courier Sourrial Cn Louisville Icyor a copyof the Wetkly Courier Journ al giving full details It will be Bent fre- ePROS J JONES Livery Feed Sale Stb1eO- WINGSVILLE KY Headquarters for horse and mnU dealers Telopl jue connbcUou with Irgston 8titiin t 2 doz hooT s 4 Eytia 2 Outing Clot yd 5 Axes 4536 Pnd Locks 15 10 To Mens Sweaters T545 Coffee Mills 40190V Rope halters ISlOtf rBlankets pr 10 76 49cr Cannon Heating Stove g Foot Tubs 30cr Envelopes package 5t3 r Mons HIghtop Shoes 8176 up 1 UarncBs Snaps 3for 5i Cdmmissioneis Sale IJ M Richart vs tIEan Carpcn ers elrs ff i By virtue of a judgment and or der of sale rttle Hath CIrcuitS tJ yiiiirt at the Octobolterm 1905 iii tthe nbeve styled case the unde signed Muster Commissioner will on MONDAY NOVEMBER 13 laos about 1 oclock pm proceed tu sell to tho highest bidder at public auction at the CpUrthousedoorin Owingsville Ky a tract of land situated In Bath county Ky on the wnters ofSlate creek and boutid ed and described as follows Be ginning at a set stone antl Iiree black oak tree in the county road 2j running from the Owingeville de Preston turnpike to Kendall Soring thence a straight line northeasterly across a hollow to the lino fence of John F Johnson lands and F D Carm chael at a ect atone thence with sid line ottoJohnson Carroichaelsoutheaster ly to the corner of sold JOhDFOUr and Curmichuel on the iamo public rood thence with said road north westerly to the place of beginning and containing twenty acres wore or less and being time land conveyIPed by deed of F DCaruiichael antI wife to Sbsan Carpentcror onoigh thereof to produce the sum of 26572 being the amounVof the plaihtiira debt interest and cost Termci Sale will be made cuia credit of six months The punches er will be required lo execute bond willi good security bearing itj terest from date of nalo and pnya hie to the plaintiff and upon which exncutinn may issue if not paid a maturity H S GlOpDPASTEIS Gown C CV R GudgcII Son Attys 1AUCTIONEER If you want tho services of nn auc tlimeur call on iie Terms reason able GEORGE H GUDGELL Odessa KY C 0 RAILWAY t Trains 22jid23 Dinitig r- IervlcetleatsRIcnrtt y TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT Ai 271903 TIME ox TUAINS ATPUEBTONSTATION i Eastbound No a6 9J54am No 22 1249 p m No 24 1005 pm Westbound No 21 648amH- No23 I43pm S 4Ncept Sunday all others daily ii Get The Outlooks jWces pri Job Woik of every kind and iee samples and you will see we can doV better work at lower prices than you can get elsewhere 0 t 0 iCr- i Jo t I 4v 4 Vl tJ b jtt to Q 1 ii OWINGSmLE OUTLOOK pOUTLOOK PUB CO Publlihsrm DWINOSVILLE T KENTUCKT I P THE UNCROWNED KING Wr OVGotl or Mammon as ho serves fe Straight to his coal he cuts his way continenta itSBecause one died Is all life done VThe uncrowned monarch never dies IIThosun hath set there springs the tun lessIi i mhyAi T He IsFor good or he Is clingUnnclngAnd reck not of the Uncrowned King Clinton Dangerfleld In the Century A ROSE OF Fk NORMANDY W1UIAM R A WttSOH I CHAPTER XVIICoxiisUED l This resolute action and brave words changed the frightened soldiers who I altO came forward and begged her to command them She accepted their serv t ices and ordered them to fire the can non not only to prevent the savages from storming the walls out also to warn any outlying settlers The In Idlans always loath to attack a tort i c fied place and not knowing the pre cise strength of the garrison lingered near the edges of the clearing She l then quieted the women and children and choosing four of the former furr nlshed them with long sticks and bade Iy I them walk up and down just inside tb palisade with the end of tho stic 5iA showing above to deceive the enemy La into thinking them to be sentinels All seemed to become enthused witJ j 1 onemomentgiving directions for the defense another superintending the preparation 4 of food for her tiny garrison Luck e t j1 Inc2 L admission This was a great acquisi tion as she would furnish milk for the t slckaud the children and if the sieg c werejrolongedwould Insure a suppl e A I of meat sufficient to last a considerable J period I Just at sunset a canoe appeared from a the rive containing one of the fann I hendskiI bdsentthVmbut Reneo could prevail t uPon neither of the soldiers to go vatQrJleaylns tlemat the gate at I zncbtrb ld1idown to the landing F i place The savages thinking this t h be some ruse intended to draw thei on td an attack remained quiet On 4 the way back the boldness with whic MARCHED BOLDLY DOWN TO THE tr j fNPIN PLACE Intoy itmB8otheygatnedthegateinsaf iyj Mated wlta thesuccess of her at daciow act Renee decided to assume S1 la oSewlve arid gave orders to fire 4 I upon tfcVeuerny wheneverthey showed themselves As night fell the sky was hiIl begantoloeever hitEthe aw arrival she addressed the iiid l resolutely Fear notllrigG has I sorllrtkshow you tht1m not afraid I am LoIng to mUtt guard myself tonight turningtohad come with hls fatally You La4 i Bonte Gacliet tad you Pierre Ftoatane go to the blockhouse with the c thestJQngelplace41 refen though 1 be cut to p1cc Jibefore If fight v i IheeBeiircaa1totJ1urt you there bii She hen placed the old man and the two bbygMOHthreepf the bastlonsmd5j took the jourthherselfl And through the rala and nlghtthe answering fries e ofHieis i lo tSem full fit soldiers and they post J1te brave little general directing and sup 41r iwrtlsg her forces giving them each tl4J l share of Bleep but taking little for t dbli IlIIpaU t at be1Bg thus balked 6f their bWVraeat WMldaooaYarrtye All day they ls could be seen gathering bundles of dry woqtiaRd1l1 them up ready to beplaced akmg the outside of the pal 4I teade aad thea iKBitedK If Oncc more Renee was called to exertaltofber InAeBietokeep alive p ilhe wAiiageof the garrison r Qas eO aaeld that they all to slip away la the darkness another Aj agiSii gtherby ezpIodigtbe aiagUI6 10 I allot these Renee presented ascotfiti reply Are men and fear t f r i meansordeIofeBeeabetit1 wosses Have you no 54 Are Hoiwi cCJke prayers yrff have da oeto anything j Surely 1 boa Dleu would tot have alowedulI to escape the destruction the rest ha met wuhjrwilr tedeiverusInto Ihes Haveloourece eM1 s site Valsliaircely spekea when c neaof theby e Nsot that there were six JalJfl caao eeofisiHg rapidly doWJII r 3be riv abid tkat theivag t yie8j nke4y retirhig It mtstt be t rulek III r hiMd of our plight h tcei Montreal aarll L g tp 4 ftJr j vfJljr 1l iC = J llXih irfiI otfJ 1 411 J p Gfriendsproached tho fort the garrison crowd ed about the opened gate with glad noReneeamongst theni As the party drew near the leader a young man stepped forward Grace 0Whereftlplreofholding her gun in her bands stepped forward with a sparkle in her eye gave wheof unrestralnable weariness seized be gsignattempted to bold out the gun to him as he approached but her eyes closed thThea glad cry of Renee my beloved hetheseigniory were dulled so that she could not hear CHAPTER XVIII DEALS MAINLY WITH A GAME OF geSHUFFLES FrontenaeIindustriously circulated by La Sallos enemies hai caused many moments of anxiety t filfeardturoAccordingly after dinner the night of Tontls arrival they drew near the table on which was laid the only map that Frontenac possessed of the western wilds Having spread this out carefully before him ho turned to Tonti saying Come mon ami to your narrative i I am consumed to know each step of your perilous Journey Then did Tonti commence and re late in full all that had happened to ikmap tho course of their progress Frontenac interrupted him often with peand with chuckles of delight and roars of giant laughter as ho learned how dlfllculties had been overcome or one niles dupedasworthyrMohegan chief Yes beset in the street at Montreal pytoo far in their tormentlngs and tried to cut his ear with a hunting knife I could not stand it and went to his aid They fled spitting out broken teeth as they ran leaving the Jlohe gan brave with us He begged permls slIm to accompany us It Is he treto Quebec dayou many snn f relurnedHisthing was amiss on Christmas ere as wo sailed from Fort Frontenac across hrtreacherous pilot bought with Duches neaps gold was driving us straight upon He it was who following La- S lles tracks In the snows found him gazing at the great falls with the as sassln creeping close behind him and who fired the shot that pierced the brain of the wretch and sent him tumbling into the abyss as he was about to strike our leader his death thebSalle informed us that one must re man and hold tho fort with Lb men while the other two must force their way back to Quebec for aid that volunteered to accompany me I can also witness to his cunning when our Journey eastward half completed we were caught by the Hurons and would have perished miserably both he and I and Akiesko had he not hind the lu ky thought nf feigning madness and lending the whole tribe a merry rtsncc about the village affording us an opr p I Obelievethan brains within his head mcthinks he has a devil He also anointed hi apfaco that night with phosphorus paste so that when the savages followed m into the woods be turned upon them his features nil aglow In thoIdark and they lied giving him tlmo t0mre Lnsootewith his food paced there by another of the intendants accursed agents among our mensoPeste not that rascal stoop to In order to gain his ends But how about our noble friend La Sal You say you left him his point on the river of the 11w aferlmlldlnga fort OU c teoeurDr jAhFIIo stvercomingtlitit would have adthat you have me upon the subject of tile friend I have learned to admire and iove as my own brother I can talk all Jllht without stopping Vbatjthink you after tha final wreck ourIttr vessel and its stores at the mont o unfalthfiilotf y despalrMorilfoux sirtraighteningody as though to withstand an atIwere all the p mointinentthe gayest and the load upon his bac was the heaviest of us alas we climbed up the steep bank and through thesnowdriftf bearing what remalnedJc ou supplies Itoa place Treachery met him at every hand r the very men whose burdens ho had tihsto lighten Bad whom ho had and lepde5 through sickness and thwarbIngsouregsEyen now whila I sit here he is grappling with danger and cllsasJ fer lilf any wonder tbatfor such aI myselfdQuebec for aid Jegre Jelz d and held A short distance up he river from the point where I left hii is a giant rock impregnable if once securelyfortifie i that will servo s the boginninsot a new empire for Franc arid wilt preserve Jt against Indian and white men alike besldefl forming Jheceftfcroravasttradlng enterprise TItle plus if suscessfully carried outwfll1ve us the key to the whole 1ftfA Cleio Jj le t lJ ji t i fN f J fJ = i J ouverneur If you do not give mo aid d that soon his great heart will break When final disappointment comes to natures such as his there Is other end t Tontl spoke with feeling as he leane i toward Frontenac In his earnestness Bravo cried the Comte and lib hugo hand came down with a clasp up Tontis as It rested on the tlcou do not disappoint my first ostl mate of you You are Indeed a wor hj associate for tho courageous La Stile With a score of men like you tw could conquer and hold tho entire ion orld Im hoeetne required for the successful Is of the groat enterprise until day da Iuwnedtl Shente wlMerness with a handful of mu men yearned for the succor so desperately needed and his eyes bo ld above the forest treetops Lb eeking of another day of hope anti endeavor undismayed Meanwhile Hence was welcomed heartily by the nuns who attributed till Intense nervous excitement undei which she was laboring to the dan ts to which she had so recently bee posed Sho quickly sought splltud In order to think out some plan of action She had learned from one of the women standing by all that had oo Icurred at the gate of the seigniory aft Der sho had fainted and her heart was led with rago and shame The pol neti lie told by Madame Blzard had one Its work Tonti the ideal the ro Tonti tho gallant and bravo Tontl the fairy prince the possible lover the chance of meeting whom had rendered her exile bearable was dethroned and she saw in him only an ordinary man impure base deceiv Ing an enemy to be avoided Although no words of love had passed between them yet the remembrance of the budding passion that sho had recog ni zed within her breast scorched her brain anew As long as lie was far dls tant she had been able to try bravely overcome her disappointment bu s proximity had aroused within hetia sense of danger and a desire to Banished from her home through atO grerselfSho bad lied to the convent to escape- etit Comic do Miron and now like a h ununtedIianotherThe rumored of the CP tourderoushipedsafe except while under the direct otection of Frontenac The arrival Tonti whom her unsettled Imaglna tl ofondo ned his comrades in the wilderness was a menace even under the shelter- Ing walls of the fort That night she attended a meeting of all the nuns and heard a letter read from one of the priests at Mlchlli ackinac brought by a messenger who ad Joined Tonti at Fort Frontena in which was depicted the pitiful con tion of the Indians and whites who w lieeimallpox and Imploring the aid of tltoth therewas in relating the hardship and dan ge thrsthis Macedonian cry for help came tc er as the trumpetcall to duty as well as an avenue of escape The superior announced that they would be able to spare but one nun for the work arIwould appeal to the dunnecs for a uutccr to accompany her Qnly out responded it was Renee who arose and offered herself for the service She hurriedly sought Frontenac the next morning to obtain his consent She found him busily engaged at hla desk but be brushed everything asldo as she entered and arose to meet her with a smile Bon Jour ma cherc mademoiselle he exclaimed I am relieved at having you back once more under my eye I was wrong to expose you to the peril that you have so fortunately escaped I promise you I shall be more careful In the future and shall keep you safe beneath the guns of Quebec and allow no more pilgrimages into the wilderness Pardon me my protector if 1 seem wflful responded Renee but I have ne boon to ask of you that you must mut or I die and she fell upon her knees stretching forth her hands ap pcaUnglIMaioi my fair petitioner it would become my strength to refuse aught to one jn such extremity But come he thisedststedon her being seated Tell me your troubles for that you are hi great distress I can well see Remem b eJoubrThegentle insistence came as an lufinio lief to Renees troubled mind Heree se frlnsion she had been under tendered er wQmu heart susceptible to these kindly words and she burled her face her bands and wept violently rontenac drew lila chair near and rove to her with compassionate shordaa father would comfort an unhappy h child Gradually the sobs ceased and Renee told him of her decision Mon Dicti he exclaimed in aston Ishment leave the security of the tort or the thousand perils of the wilder toessrankest folly To Ba Continued W tilt lienS Dad Man Prof O L WaIler the governmenta n rigation expert has traveled over lmost every foot of American soil nd in this way has gathered together any reminiscences of odd places and ekler recently Is the bad man of the middle west We rarely meet with him now Ho Is almost jjxtlnct It was some years ego that I came 90fl my last bail man He sat on a mall stone under a tree Where is your house I said to him t House the had man snorted Dj ye think Im one o that sort I sleep n the prairie I eats raw buffalo ant1 drinks put of the Mississippi Fuel The Goort Old Tunes According to one of the old English chrpnicles royalty In 1231 had noth- ngfpr abcd buta sack of straw Even n the time of Queen Elizabeth at least titof the population of London slept on boards Blocks of wood served as pillows lie sleeping chamber of tha qucjtwl8datly strewn with fresh rusheS Carpets were unknown Henry VI immediately on arising tosaed oft J cup of wine Tea coffee and chocolate wire of course unheard of it that time Sugar was to be hind Pnh Jn drug stores nnd then by this ounro These were the good old timesS1- u Is cntiflej American JOSEPH THE- DREAMER thehighwayA Vision Between the UnesclGodi InipUed Woid iCoprighu ins t J II1u Itkllure Authority Mid Jnzej flivamcd a dream iinJ lio told Il to Ii brethren and tlicy lulled him yet lliemotc And he said unto tlicm Hear I prny you this dream which have dreamed fur be ivu were binding sheaves In the Held d lo lilY sliruf nmsu unJ also stool up right anil liehuld your Khcaves ntood rounj about and uiuilo obvlsanca to my eat AllIS hill bielliivu tald to him alt thim lndcfd rulsn over us or shall ou Indeed have dominion over us1 And they tinted Him yet the more Tor his riains ntt iun utcttcrinC d satil Uphold have dtcumrd u dreuni and buhuld the aun und the niouii and tie slurs miido olielxuiicc to mv And hu told It lo lili Luther fliRt to his brelhieti anti his mllicr reliuked him and aid uTito him Vhal Js this dream that IJcu hast driMiucilT Shall and thy moth vr and thy brethren Indeed conic to bu ilourii ourgclvea to flee to the earth 1 it his brethren euviod him but his tether ub served the aayIigGen 37SI1 OSEIHS loud ctseery ha loo brought no re sponse from Ii brothers whom ho could sect working in the distant Hold furl her than u scanty look III his direction There was no ans verlng cull or wave of hand such us inexpected ltIt instinctively that II further th juewere wimltiB moro und more lo shuw towards him wI locybe 3citpDHltlon overlooking slights anil tin kl thtuIIeiound lie wouUI lung before have ti up In despair wNothingifle his even temper until so Pius 1 ear tod anti noble unit gnticrous th ought watt Ic that it never entered s mind to question their motives wards him Ho thought no evil con cerning them for his nature so lived In the upper currents of Gods love and su Innshinelha base and selfish motives which lurked In the shadows and darkness on the lower levels To bo sure he was keenly sensitive to evil and wrong dolns In others and was always ieatito rcbiika It hut never In un kindly spirit or with that offensive linilillcrilianlhoti manner lie dc lig idhtedri nnd It bu istWilma with his brothers and ou Kervlps their evil ways as jyas often o uasu when they were rSiay wilh Hocks t isunsau tituouughis moilest unassuming way point out tliu wrongdoing and just as the clear full rays Ot tho sun reveal without tear or favor the pure liiy Cachlnl up towards heavens blue IIS well as the loathsome bug crawling hi tbo ill rt Ht Its foot so Joseph In talking wtlLbl his rather IIlenl and eel id fr thaahlyw 10ouldconceal and caver up as to share III lyehad ho Incurred the dlsljke of his brothers through his innate ood It ti jIesdi atsquletedwhich is good but they hated him for bringing the stories of their doings their father And so It had come Ito pass that they could not speak peace ably to him and as they saw Isle com ing towards them that morning theyI had no smile or word of hiciulns for him Without apparently noticing hueJr unfriendly looks and surly response to his Pence bo to ittn 00 ti0lrnoube unslung his skin bottle of goats ilk and placed It on the ground ho sldo tho basket of bread baying as sotl did so Priliereaought the milk and the fresh ha k nil aeadvlsioua you brought with youhR tIneubenactulatoil Wfill you do do some singothers reated themsclvea on he g and eagerly foil to dovourlns sa loath Joseph had brought wlththlltInthusiasm and relish omlSIom a good appetite eir vigorous outdoor lire Father said I could stay and help you llulsli with the harvesting Jo Koph said us he took up ono of the sickles anti stllu work on the waving grain before him Aflor some halfdozen eaves haul dewhich huuiuflreii the full freedom ofIui cl tuancriulhis hruihors and noted that thoy were eying the garment with peculiar InIseit Proudly holding It out he cs alnsetJfme not pro wThereatured grunt of apparent disapproval nd Joseph without noticing it went on to sayIHe got the different colored cloths from a trader who stopped with us the ther day I wanted him V shake It yhavesuch a coat for me before she died he said And r am going to Cake good I car of It ho udded aa he folded It carefully antI laid It on the top of the last sheaf ho bad boundIThe dark looks on the faces of the e brothers deepened anti Simeon one ofithe sons of Leah growled that their father had never mado him such a coat and thai Joseph was no better than the rest Tho others echoed the uuiemlly sentiment ld Joseph anx lOlls to mollify his brothers exclaimed NO RACE SUICIDE THERE New York Citys Birth Rate Bounds Upward and Deaths Decrease New Record dade New uken York city according to the report of the department of ear ib blcssEi with the lowest death rate 1utitouthtiianldO years In he matter o iLtjR ftnil marriages the ret port upicctsthe rice suicide theory It Mlpttr tSJit more psrsriUs have been and more blithe recorded t t t 1 J IIm going to ask father to make rnovcdbyyou may all take turns In wearing sullies out here that Is If you can get It on and he looked rather dubiously at Ueuhens broad shoulders and big girth and at some of the other boys who wore nearly as large as he Oh you Just keep your own Were quite comfortable as we are was the ungracious response and Jo seph lurried again and resumed hiss cutting anti binding of tho grain He workout with tho rust nil the remainder of the day and when at night thoy all lay down to he was to Ntiredhoping to win the commendation of his brothers but there had been noth Ing but surly words and cold for bidding looks In response to his cheery sallies and vigorous efforts And as hu awake TheadWhy should his brothers treat his so Ho fiivard0thennoticed that each star had Its place ahiJt1so on and till 11andcomforted him and ho fell to studying what plans God had for him In tho tbatYyoung re rusppnds eagerly to the hope and as plratlons of the future Thus occupied In iillnd ho fell asleep and In is dreams It seemed that tho sheaves t Mbatground before one of the sheaves that camo and stqod at hla side anti whic ho recognized ns his sheaf for upon Its top rested tho beautiful coat ifnmany colors So vivid was the vision that ho awoke with a start and Jplng up his feet caught In hla blanket and he fell across his brother ftcnhcn lying next to him With a1 ud exclamation of surprise and an ger which aroused all the rest the lat tcr leaped to his feet and seizing Jo soph demanded to know what was e matter With much confusion and cmharrassment Joseph rotated hiS d ream and the angry words of scorn j finIShedJ criedIreign over doirilnIon over us lot us hear no more of your wild dreams But again as ho foil Into troubled sleep bo dreamed yet again anti t III hstarstant heavens and bowed themselves before him What could It mean The thought of self was forgotteN n the larger thought of poses and plans and so next morning when his brothers in malicious hatred bickered h tiso haul any moro dreams to tell them he frankly related his second vision And their burst forth afresh and rtheyd iovc him from them and then aogetlier how they might punish him tor i impudenceJa wicked heart declared Juda IirFather ought to know this Sucb wicked pretensions ought to bo pun Ishcd He shall not lord it over us any longer fiercely exclaimed Dan as they started homeward nor Haunt e Insinuations of his hocallcd dreams In our faces Yes broke In Gad as ho thought of his own evil ways and Imputed evil to others as III hut manner of tbo wicked hes not as good as he would ke to havo others thtnU ho 13 arid bo Is always spying on us In this temper they appeared before thiilr father whom Ihuy found seated heforc lila tout with Joseph at hla feet Tho lattera acCt was ilushriund tho father was w Ins with him that ho did riot obsorve tlift presence of the hrothCis who had romo up behInd him until Joseph rose lo gtveIhcrn wcicomn no 51111I of resentment nprwarliiK in bin nr as ho greeted them with Pcaco n to thee j Utltrly Ignoring his Salutation but awing respectfully before tbelri fu iii who had risen hastily to receive them they at once broke forth in their complaint against their brother- Yea know responded faco lter he had listened patiently to their tory5 Joseph himself hath lold me of is dreams Arid should we suffer such pre icnse I Should we allow thljt mel triplisig to exalt himself above his ttlier and hrcthrcn demanded Judah who acted ns spokesman Nay rorpoodod the father quick have hut just been rebuking him or the vain Imaginations of Lila heart hut falhrr have only told theo and my brothern what has comotti rap In my dreams Joseph Interposed earnestlyTnsbi lush my son he replied sharply Shall and thy mother and thy brethren Indeed come to bow own ourselves tu then to the earth r know nut as to bat but I can ill tell thee lite truth stoutly main the boy looking frankly Into he faces of Lila father und brothers i lie blight tu Im punished for llis Impudence muiloreil oaejof the hoys nd tho rest hy nod of head arid venge bC1rtllythe11aCQulplircll thought of inflictIng punishment upon the boy ho loved so well That 1la dreams are the strange fancies of lisoung brain I belIeve hut do not hink he lsIIIIIt1of false pretensions n this matter lie shall not be pun shed Angry and ellsappolutcd the brothers turned and walked away muttering ey went nuii the father despite his flort to believe that Josephs dreams lust iho wild vagaries of troubled sleep pondered the matterin his heart but found up answer for his question Ings Was Joseph tho dreamer des placeWeraGodT within before tho last six mouths than eYerrl The report covers a period from ary I to June 30 i905aud shows that the death rate has diminished from 324 per cent to 1923 per cent per 1005 as compared with the corresponding period last year This calculation in radeon an estimated population of LPI J ifOcThe census returns of the it fnulatOri 111HIt i Ic r Jt 1r i 1 0 Y SALES ON THE LAKESI Many Vessels Were Wrecked and Others Badly Damaged LT DehegeReaentArc Known To Have Lost Their Lives 0Tlahursdayorthern Lake Michigan Lake Huron and yore spinAs far as returns are obtainable Friday night ten vessels have been com pletely wrecked and 12 to 15 others more or less severely damaged welve lives are known to have heel lost and as the gale on Southern Lak blowingiproperty reported within the next 24 hours asIred was coming down from Ft Wil am Can bound for some Lake On port with a cargo of wheat She was in tow of the steamer Westmount which was also towing the barge Mel- rose The tow lines broke during the storm and the w ceereThey managed to make a harbor at afternoonrseen lnnedosago down She was in com conandwife Iim loembersThe gale created such a sea as has anotManyI nothing of the usual heavy seas preva lent at this time of tho year wero compelled to seek shelter in the near est ports As an evidence of the everity of tho wind It is said that the storm lowered the water on Lime- Kilns crossing at th4 mouth of the Detroit river by over two feet and completely stopped all navigation dur Ing the daydePRESIDENT IN ATLANTA H Was Greeted on HU Arrival By Many Distinguished Citizen Atlanta Ga Oct 21The presidents visit to Atlanta Friday was a marked eijent in tho history of the state of Georgia He was greeted on is arrival by her most ddistinguished citizens and throughout the day on every hand were shouted words of come that left no room for wcDt their sincerity The city was In ga haB attire and business was practically suspended that all might greet the dls tlnjsulshedguestSouth Carolina in he person of GoY Heyward added i welcome to the south b byurdenng country and it was estimated hat not less than 400000 persons saw nd welcomed the president Macon Ga Oct 21Three thou sand people were assembled at the Southern railway station hero wh PresJent Roosevelts special train at11- p thrrsidchtform of the train and was greeted with cheers He spoke for five minutes For the last three days he said I have been greeted by the people ol the old confederate States and I ha yeth f und among them the same valori t hhat1861 to 1865 I havo found them all unitedciacTHEChairman Landls Says a Million Dollars a Year Could Be SavedT Washington Oct 21 Supplement lnghl rstatement Thursday regarding trprintingLandis chairman of the subcommit InIan inquiry Into the alleged extrava wthatgress before its adjournment that the government could savo a million dot lars a year on its printing bill was not at all extravagant Mr Landis says this can be dono not only without material injury to any public in terest but to the great relief of memo hers of congress public officials and the public generally Mr Landls de cared that a printing contagion seems to have swept over and taken possession of congress and all departments of the government to such an extent that an arbitrary reduction in the printing appropriations of from 20 to 25 per cent could be made without doing violence to public welfare BattleScarred Flag Returned Norfolk Va Oct 21Tho old bat tiescarred confederate flag belonging to the 33d Virginia regiment Gen Stonewall Jacksons brigade has aftCer 40 years been returned to the cow federate veterans 6f StauntonIThe Value of New York Oct 21 Secretary Hay left a fortune of 1262312 The estate p consists principally of stock of thehWestern Union and American Cable Cos Tho value of the property willes ba assessed for the payment of tho 1Kansasmanager for Battling Nelson announl ed that he will sign articles a U between Nelson and Jimmy GardnerI IOardner is to weigh in at at ringside j The Week Business Failures New York Oct 21 Business fail urea in the United States for the week againstICanada failures for the week as against 31 last week mber1 f31 The SImtHltchcock Wedding- WaEhington Oct 21Thedateo the marriage of Miss Anne E Hitchcock daughter of the secretary of the interior and Mrs Hitchcock and Lieut William S Sims U S N has been set for November 21 in this city Japan To Increase Her Army Loadon Oct 21A correspondent at Tckio says it is rumored that the I Japanese government proposes to I orease the army from 13 to 20 InI II ions in order to better discharge itsIobligation with regard to the Japanese alliancePTeachers With Tuberculosis Barred St Paul Oct 21The state board f health at its meeting decided on the issuing of a circular to county su perlntendents of schools forbidding employment as teacher of any persoa suffering from tubefculosja CONODIRontt coagty Colorado contains Ittlesta sp Dtemoretonsnver this year than last say the addtbatletOWDOwners of 2000000 acres of dry nds in eastern Colorado and western lorado have forme1 tho Colorado Asroclatlon for Scientific Farming to read the knowledge Of the Cambell stem of dry farming to the world and to Induce the settlement of tho western plainsoFollowing the success whlch ias at toL0of farmers who have made fortunes Iath fo todcesa More than 600000 lambs are be ing fattened there this year and It it believed that in two years more tin number of cattle fattened per season will exceed that number I ODD FACTS ABOUT GOLD Few people know the real color ot gold because It is seldom seenfpt when heavily akes it much redder than when It it pu reswerethemmon use in California Thelr coinage was abandoned because the ss by abrasion was so great and because their interior could be bored out d filled with lead They were oc tagonal fn shape and were the most valuable coins over minted and clr culated wAllAustralian gold Is distinctly redder than that taken in California More over placer gold is pore yellow than that which la taken quartz This Is one of the mysteries of metallurgy because the gold In placers comes from that which is in quartz The ld in the Ural paLSTRENGTHEN THE STOMACH Dr Williams Pink pill Really Cur MerelyRellevlngSym There are plenty of remedies by which you can relieve for tho time heartburn pain and gas on the stomach and can smother nervous sensations and induceIartificial sleep You can stomach Iatyour trouble begins afresh There is only one sensible thiug to do Strengthen tho stomach stud do away- sitiialusedEcounty Touts For years he states 1 suffered manydiHereutwould relieve imp for a time but the trouble nhvay e mo back About sigc mouths ago had an uuusnally severe attack and while I tried everything I bad ever heard of I found that none of o ordinary 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CILMEAMCNEANI NEUKAllU I wont tell ABttQriptae to a desler Yfbo vronOaarn Mte ItCsmforioarMONEV ACJtIPlTIeVTClJKJCyr fenerMD MaautaoturerSprjsgflcjd X t t k 1t 3 i i tT i TOLD OF THE TITLED iI A rose of roses bright a vision ot embodied light tt is an Indian poeta de scription of lady Curzon p p One of the fads of the princess of s Wales Is to Impress on every one In t V1 Great Britain the Importance of learn ing to swim i The countess ot Jersey Is described as being a clever cultivated woman kb who reads and thinks and who has been one of the most energetic ot so ciety globetrotters The luke of Argyll was 60 years of ago recently During the last 21 yeaN- S he has produced upward of a dozen books Including the opera of Dlarmlr irIn the great jubilee year Lord Carew the English noble I man Is a farmer of renown and owns a herd of Jerseys of rare strain Ills wife delights to go amllkln In a short I skirt and lowcut bodice and Is said to 4putmost of the expert milkmaids to blush King Edward Is to review the Scot A tish volunteers nt Edinburgh But un less the war office consents to allow the volunteer regiments outside of Edin J burgh more than 43 per cent of their 0 raveling expenses 10000 expected vol unteers will be absent from the review ExEmpress Eugenle visited the Kiel hnrbor a few weeks ago In Jjer steam yacht Thistle She Is 79 years old ana It rstlll quite active She wanted to see the town which bad so rapidly become worldfamed and was shown the prin cipal streets and sights She speaks German fluently From Kiel she pro ceeded to Stockhom A1 Queen Alexandra of England Is like many women at ease on tho rostrum Her voice is low and sweet with Just the suspicion of foreign accent about It ITblre Is an almost pathetic note In its t memoryIloyally declare that she Is a most charm 4 Ing speaker and that the foreign tinge is but aoadcbllrm to the voice PASSING PERSONALITIES Edward B Russ one of theVest pen- a men In the service of the United States has been selected to engross the treaty of peace between Russia and Japan Jle has Written many of the recent lant state papers drawn up by the de partment of state Mrs R P Hcrrick mother of the gov ernor of Ohio who has lived In Call k fornia for 45 years is much Interested Inanthropology At a meeting in San Francisco several days ago of the S American Anthropological association fcho read u paper on Indians of Hum t t boldt Nev which created much Interest Mrs Hetty Green has DO particular re 2 I Hgtous views She was bred a Quaker 4f but she goes to any kind of a church lndeMsbe said quaintly on a re cent occasion I once held mortgages on I 28 different churches I am a firm be liever In simplicity That Is why so 4Iqmany people believe me mean when the I merely prefer not to be extrav aganL Guy Parker a cowboy who has never been outside the state of Colorado is ant m artist of marked ability Painters and t r connoisseurs agree that he has caught the Indefinable something which maul have vainly Btrivento reach Nextyear i I be will devote to work in an eastern et art School Parker Is able to ride any L thing with four legs and In exhibi tions of reckless riding takes front ranK Prof Blake the bead of the electrical department the UniversityKansas has ben taken into a rich company that will make submarine signals Prof Blake made the discovery years ago and patented it When a boy he noticed that If he dived and anotherWd knocked two rocks together under water be could hear it as all boys know He applied electric wires to this theory and it is ex peeLed will get rich i t J CURRENT CTJIOB 4 0 At Culross abbey in Fife Scotland 1i i tombstone has been found which is i t i believed to date from the fourth cen I tury pfthe Christian era s A partridge shot by a sportsman In a t i4 field near Bainbridge England the 1 other day dropped into the smokestack p 1c of a passing locomotive and was lost a 4 i IiiboJof Hidalgo Mexico re- jSpntlyi f iit celebrated mass 1500 feet below J tbe earths surface at the bottom of a sliver mine which has been worked fot ws turles- 5iT might as well be dead as alive for 4 TMve BothlBg to live for said an un oW11tnHlJ to another tramp whom he bad Betvftfew minutes befqre on the road neat Leigh England Dont say that mate replied the other At that4 momenta bolt of lightning killed the nrstspeaker tfi Wheea DoverNH man finished aiuUsgbIa pole euIJbeJert the bag a contaiiilEs Un leftover seedln the i 1 srass befiide a tree He found the bag a1 1 the other day firmly rooted to the Ii r ground The bottom layer of beans had r iprotedaid the roots embedded them Eolves ltJeJllrf I was TralklBg across a field with my 4 Jti dog atwy side when a young rabbit t I emerged from a wood close by says a z z writer Suddenly it fell to the ground dOlrI mlButee thibkingjt absolutely dead J t iwket1 awayabeat 00 yards when I I 5lOOkedbacaadsaw the rabbit rtee and i run rapidly Into ths woed whence it F j 4 came It ii evident that Jt saw tbe dog and dropped down out of fright I i H tlJ TilE SECRET OF YOUTH XDe Sate tooted for the secret of ffrl7 IV youth In a priagof gushing life Lvuwatorswbicbbewas sure bt I fr weld find is the New TVorJd AK 7i eawBlsts and sages thousands of J t Ihesa have spent their lives in quest c ft1 ttr sto bat ltis OBly found by tbost bsFpy people wbe can digest and as I 1 slfflUflte tINt rlgbt food which keeps j i s the physical body perfect that peace 4r lad cemfert are the sure results i- 5f A fwBarkabte HMD of 91 says uylongyeara I suffered more 7t 1er1eM with chronic costiveness and palBfal indigestion This condition qF1 M24e life a great burden to me as tYM1IYY well imagine Ago I began to1J6e fasOaeta w food and am thankful= tfcat r lclItas bees a blessing to r me JH every way I first noticed that it had restored ay digestion This was a great gale but was nothing to a cm are iat isBportaace with the fact hetIE aiet time bowels were i t Jiee Cud xoraal actioa I b i bjciIW seemed tobecompete I fer seN I bRvO bid aaae of the a l ei Jwe tbe GrapeNats food J Ilagfor breakfast and ire t est iehteg else The use has aMdetjai cfrffltertable and happy and aHJKWgh ffaM I hayf HstreegU1lfltP1pie agelH with anybody and eaioy 1INam ghe byVestm VtBaiLi creex r ftoIr rrMrejs reason K aJ tiM JIUJeMekTl1e Rosa to I i t f siu a 4 S f tl t v it t Ch = if l rr fISTATE NEWS PICKUPS SAM HISLE EXECUTED He Confessed That He Was Guilty of theAseault- Winchester Kj Oct 20 Sam Hlsle colored was hanged in tho jail yard here He went to the scaffold with a firm step and without assist ance He stated that he was guilty of the crime for which ho was about to suffer death and that he freely forgave all who had a part In his execution He asked the assistance of the officers and tho white people to root out the colored dens of inqulty which hail led to his ruin and to help the colored people to a higher plane of life Ills neck was broken and he died with little struggling Tho crime for which bewas executed was an atrocious one On August 11 he went to the house of Mrs Bond and tried to assault her but she escaped He then went to the home of Mrs Jasper Case and finding her alone assaulted tier and fled He was captured at Paris and taken to Lexington for safekeeping When brought here for trial a mob was form cd to lynch him but tho sheriff and circuit judge by strenuous efforts suc ceeded In preventing It THE GREAT WHITE PLAGUE The People Will Be Educated in A n Effort To Fight It Louisville Ky Oct 19A company under the title of tho Kentucky Tu berculosls sanitarium was organized here with a capital of 25000 They have secured an option on a desirable location in the eastern part of the city and will build at once The functions of the association are to carry on an educational campaign in this community with reference to tubercular die eases and to maintain free hospitals for poor people thus afflicted The in come of the association will bo derived from the annual dues of its members and from gifts and other sources LOUISVILLES NEW THEATER Negotiations For a Site Have Been Practically Closed Louisville Ky Oct 20Congress- man Joseph L Rhlnock of Covington and local agents representing the new ly organized independent theatrical syndicate authorized the statement that negotiations have been practically closed for a site within one block of Fourth and Walnut streets upon which wiirbe erected one of the handsomest theaters in the south the cost of the site and the theaterto be 250 000 YADON IS ACQUITTED Legislative Nominee Found Not Guilty of Using Lodge Funds London Ivy Oct 21Tho trial of James G Yadon republican nominee for state representative resulted In a verdict of acquittal One day last week an indictment was returned against him charging him with fraud ulently converting to his own use 250 belonging to London lodge No 249 Independent Order of Odd Fellows of which he was secretary It is now understood that no further action will Ije taken A Plague of Glanders Louisville Ky Oct 21Because of the prevalence of glanders in Jefferson county Dr F T Eisenman state vet erlnarlan by authority of the state board of health ordered all public wa tering places for stock closed and the water shut Off and tbe troughs filled with lime for 90 days Hit Injuries Were Fatal Covington KyOct 21Whlle at play John Schneider 13 living at No 45 Center street Central Covington ran into a brick pile and was render ed unconscious He grew worse and died Coroner Tarvln found that the boy had burst an artery In the brain causing a hemorrhage The Lynchers Denounced London Ky Oct 21 Circuit Judge H C Faulkner In his charge to tho Laurel county grand jury on the lynch- Ing of Virgil Bowers denounced the mob as a gang ofmurderers and said they were Infinitely worse than the man they hanged An Engineer Electrocuted Central City Ky Oct 2L Charles JL Lancaster aged 49 engineer at the Central City Light and Power Cos plant here was instantly killed by the passage of 2300 volts of electricity through his body Butt Brains Out In Cell Oct 20Rbcrt jaHThursld coulfined 21AlVlnpor1ter rell a white boy died In jail Porter stnickHarrelljhosecured Harrell fled but later returned and gave himself up cbu1drenrespectively residing in Upper Perry county were poisoned to death by eat lug arsenic the father bad put Out 0n11 a piece of bread for rat poison Marshal N4ca Son Louisville Ky Oct 20 Returning to die on Indiana soil Dr EfC Ney man Marshal Keys reputed aon1 who has been spending the last two years in Oklahoma is spending a day or two In the city before going on to his home in Sal J10VllJe Ind Tuonan Found Guilty Covlngton Ky OctO8amueJ Turman charged with alleged penslen fraud was found guilty by a jury in the federal court When taken to jail Turman broke down and cried Motion fur a new trial was tIled Churchill Downs Sold Louisville Ky Oct 19 Charles F Grainger president of the Louisville Joey club and mayor of Louisville closed a deal for the purchase of Churchill Downs for 135000 cash Mayor Grainger is acting as trustee for a syndicate 1ManySultaAlilalMt Creditors 19 Forty four suits against persons owing the P J Potters Sons bank which failed for lOQOOOtf were filed by the trus tee Jn bankruptcy Two hundred nore suits will be brought i t 0 MARCUMS REMAINS They May Be Dug Up To Settle a DoubtGrand Jury Dismissed Jacksou Ky Oct Ofhe grand jury which has been investigating the Marcum murder was dismissed by Cir cult Judge Riddle The jury reported that it would not find an indictment against any one else for the murder Commonwealths Attorney Adams ask ed Judge Riddle to summon another grand jury saying that In his opinion the evidence given before the Jury which had just reported was sufficient to warrant several indictments Judge Riddle took the matter under advisement Owing to an alleged discrep ancy in the testimony between that given at the trial of Jett and White Marcums body may be exhumed and an autopsy held A WEDDING THWARTED The GroomToBe Shot and Fatally Wounded An Unwelcome Guest Lexington Ky Oct 21A wedding was thwarted by the groom tobe shoot trig an unwelcome guest After a romantic courtship of six years William King a horse trainer of Boston came here to wed Katherine Sebree When ho went to the young womans home to- be married ho met C W Scott a whisky dealer whom he disliked They quarreled and Scott was shot just beneath the eye and Is not expected to survive When arrested King claim ed the bridctobo had shot Scott Tho young woman denied it and the police say that they have Iroof positive that King fired the shot He trained horses for R W Robb f Son of Boston TAMPERING WITH THE MAIL Post Office Official at Lexington Arrested on That Charge Lexington Ky Oct 21 Joseph Ir Croghan city distributor In the Jocal post office was arrested by United States Inspectors George W Soranson of Cincinnati and C B Speer of Lox ington charged with tampering with United States mall A decoy letter containing 14 in marked bills had been opened and the money was found in Croghans possession He confess ed to peculations as far back as Jan uary He was released on 1000 bond to answer to the federal grand jury Young Jockey Killed Lexington Ky Oct 19Johnny Porter 12 while exercising a thor oughbred horse owned by Lou Marders at the track here was thrown and kicked receiving injuries from which tie died The Jockeys foot was caught in the stirrup and be was dragged lot some distance Rich Distiller Indicted Louisville Ky Oct 21D K Weis president of the Mellwood DIg tilling Co was indicted by the grand jury of Shelby county for operating a motor vehicle at a greater speed than five miles per hour The caso was ordered docketed for trial in February Will Drill Deeper Wells Salt Lick Ky Oct 19A party ot 36 capitalists headed by H H Rogers of Pittsburg arrived here en route to Ragland where they are prospecting for new oil wells They are to put some new holes down much deeper than those now pumping Orders For Ballot Paper Frankfort Ky Oct 2L Orders for ballot paper to be used in the several counties of the statQ in the approach ing election have been coming in rapI- dly to the department of secretary ot state who purchased it under the provisions of tho election statutes Col Mottley Accepts Bowling Green Ky Oct 19Cot- E L Mottley ono of the wealthiest men of the city accepted the republican nomination for mayor Tho In cumbent George T Wilson is laa democratic nominee A Prominent Physician Expires Hopklnsvlllo Ky Oct 19E G Cayce for 20 years a prominent physi cian of this county died at the Western asylum He was 57 years old and had been under treatment several years Valuable Dog Dead Bowling Green Ky Oct l9lossom owned by the Bowling Green Kennel club died He was winner ot the championship cup at the last meet lug of the National Fox Hunters as sedation The Bible His Device Sergent Ky Oct OProtC Webster Johnson a mountain educator and candidate for superintendent of schools for Letcher county has selected the Holy Bible as his device Johnson is a minister LudlowMan Dropped Dead St Louts Oct 21Charles Burk 40 formerly of Ludlow Ky where his wife and family reside dropped dead while at work in Fridman Bros shoa factory Bark has recently been liv ing at No 3305 Morgan street St Louis He Shot at a Boarder Lexington Ky Oct 2L Percy Smith the 18yearold on of W H Smith proprietor of a boarding house on Vine street was arrested Friday on the charge of shooting at a boarder who became abusive Thursday night Constable Fatally Shot Bowling Green Ky Oct 20 Vollia Whittaker constable of Butler county was attacked and shot to piece by six men at Morgantown and will die He was guarding a house being built which had been torn down sv Wai times at night- Charles A Gaines Dead Newport Ky Oct20CbarlesA Gaines one of the most prosperous stock raisers of Bullittsvlllo Boono county Ky died at lit late residence of Brigbts disease aged D5 years Ha leaves a wife and four children Fatally Injured By a Train Barbourville Ky Oct lDFrank Mayes who was run over by a Louisville Nashville train at a road crossing near here died from his injuries Two months ago Ills first cousin John Cqx was run over and killed In tbs same place Death of Andrew J Kimtney Versailles Ky Oct 19 Andrewr JKlmtneyy 68 one of the bestknown citizens of Versailles died of heart die ease Mr Klmmey was a native of Clrclevllle O Ho had been a met chant tailor In this city since 1872 t NINE EROES PERISH Crew ofaSinkingr Schooner Saved Another Vessel They Severed the Hawser by Which the Mlnnedosa Was Lashed To the Melrose and the Former Went Down Detroit Mich Oct 22Ntuo heroes went down with the schooner Mlnne dosa which sank In Lake Huron Thursday Tho hurricane sent mountainous waves to butter to pieces the woodell bout where eight men and one worn an the caprtalns wife were Imprisoned The vessel creaked and groan ed and timbers snapped The bulwarks Vent over The wind hissed through the nigging and seat It piece by piece into the lake Great teams were opened and water poured into the schooner hold Ahead tumbled the steel steamer Westrnount staunch und able Behind pitched the Melrose a frailer vessel than tho Mlnnedosa and faring worse The Mlnnedosa was GOing to tho bottom Everyone of the nine human beings aboard her knew it Why should they take others with them Perhaps if cast loose the Mel rose could save herself Capt Jack Phillips voice rose in command over the howling storm One of the crew held a sharp axe It fell and the blow set the Melrose free A fow moments later tho Mlnnedosa with Its nine heroes awl u cargo of 75000 bushels of wheat lurched to tho bottom ort Harbor Beach Lake Huron For 30 years Capt Alex MullIgan ot St Catherines Ont on the steamer Westmonnt and Capt R A Davey of Kingston Ont on the schooner Mel rose have sailed the lakes but the story they told when their boats were laying at Sarnia Sunday was of a bat tlo with wind and water tho like of which they had never before experi encedTho Mlnnedosa went to the bottom said Capt Mllllgan without a signal of distress Wo did not know how serious was her condition Out Into the lake the Melrose was beaten For an hour and a half wo tried in vain to pick her up and take her to shelter but every limo we fall ed gave up for a while trusting she would last until daylight but at 4 oclock I was convinced that she had a short tlmo on top of the water unless she was taken In tow Again I made the attempt Towards 5 oclock wo were successful Slit had drifted 20 miles from shore and after that we gained shelter- PRESIDENT AT ST AUGUSTINE Attended Services in the Presbyterian Memorial Church St Augustine Fla Oct 23Pros dent Roosevelt started Sunday night for his tour ot Alabama He left St AugusUno at 9 oclock and is not scheduled to make a stop of any length until he reaches Mobile MonO day afternoon His day in St Augustine was quiet He attended services in Presbyterian Memorial church at 11 oclock At the conclusion of the serv ices the president was taken for a short drive about tho city After luncheon tho president accompanied by Secretary Loeb Surgeon General Rlxey John McUhenny and John Greenway the last two of whom have been his guests on tho trip south drove to Fort Marion where they boarded a launch and went to Anas tasia an Island Here the party don ned bathing suits and had a bath in the salt water EIGHT ARRESTS MADE Prisoners Believed To Constitute Two Gangs of Shoplifters Indianapolis Ind Oct 23Four men and four women who the local police believe constitute two gangs ot professional shoplifters who through their recent operations have stolen thousands of dollars worth of valua ble furs and silks In this and other Indiana cities were arrested by detectives from tho local police department and In default of individual bonds of 3000 were locked up at tho police station charged with grand lar ceny Six Men Drowned Beverly N J Oct 23A launch containing nine men all of Philadel phia collided with a barge in the Del aware rivet oft this place resulting In the drowning of six of the occu pants ot the little boat The other three were rescued by the crew of the tugboat Bristol which was towing tho barge when the accident happened Menellks Envoy Arrives New York Oct 23 ElHaggAbdul tan Aly Sadik Pasha prince of the Mo hammedan church general of the Abyssinian army minister of commerce and envoy of Emperor Menelllc to President Roosevelt arrived hero on the steamer Cedric John Drew Succeeds Jefferson New York Oct 23John Drews vJecUon to the presidency of The Play ers in succession to the late Joseph Jefferson was celebrated at the club house of the organization with a reception attended by many prominent actors and playwrights Adm Togos Arrival In Toklo Toklo Oct 23 Sunday was made memorable in the annals of Japan by the public entry of Adm Togo who came to report to the emperor the return at his fleet from the war Ho received a warm welcome Railway Traffic Paralyzed Moscow Oct 23 Traffic on seven of the nine main trunk arteries of com jierce radiating from Moscow was completely paralyzed by the railroad strike aud the commercial heart ot Russia has been shut oft from all com munication Yellow Fever on the Wane New Orleans Oct 23 Sunday was the fifth consecutive day on which no deaths from yellow fever was report edThere were only two new cases reported anti one new focus The Mississippi quarantine will be raised Death of Baron William Henry Leigh London Oct 23Baron William Henry Leigh Is dead He is succeeded in the title by his eldest son Hon Francis Dudley Leigh who In 1890 married Helene Forbes daughter ot tf M Be kwlth of New York Baron Leigh was born in 1824 May Remove Duty on Wheat Mexico City Oct 23rThe shortness of the wheat crop Is greater than was estimated a few weeks ago and mil ers are looking for the entire removal of the duty on American and Cana Han wheat by the first of next year 4i ti Inhuman German Officers A German noncommisicned naval of fleer named Hummclt has been sentenced by courtmartial at Kiel to three months imprisonment for ruelty to recruits He wrapped a thick woolen cloth arouud the neck of ft recruit named Proch and compelled him to perform military exercises close lo the door of a glowing stove until he tainted Another tlmo Proch was obliged to hold out a rifle at arms length and when his arms dropped from weakness Hummelt prodded them with scissors A medical examination disclosed ten wounds on each arm Glass and Sunlight Common clear glass left exposed In certain desert regions of tho earth soon changes greatly in appearance and acquires color uometlmcs rose purpl sand sometimes amethyst This changa has been attributed by some observers to alkaline lolls but others maintain that such changes occur whM there is no alkali and that it must bo due to the great activity uf ths actinic rays of the sun where toe atmosphere very clea- rPore1gnorn Pilots In time of war the foreignborn pilots In British waters would be of great service to Britains enemies Fifty nine pilotage certificates for the Lon ion district and Thames and Medway approaches are held by foreigners of whom 30 arc Dutch 13 Swedei eight Germans three Danes three Russians and two Belgians Englishmen are not Allowed to obtain pilotage certificates in foreign ports Odd Calling in Asia The trade of toothstainer followed in eastern Asia is as odd a calling as any The natives prefer black teeth to the whiter kind and the tooth sttlner with a little box of brushes and coloring matter calls on his cus tomers and stain their teeth The process is not unlike that of blacking a boat for a fine polish is given to the teeth The pigment is harmless Amateur Gardener fMrs BlackYour husband is so straight out from the shoulder He always calls a spade a spade doesnt beMrs White I thought he di1 but yesterday I was listening while he was spading up a garden patch and Im sure I heard him call it something else Detroit Free Press- Phosphorescent Shrimps Luminous shrimps have been dIe covered by the prince of Monaco In the course of his deep sea fishing in the Mediterranean They live at a depth of 1100 to 1600 fathoms and are stud ded with small phosphorescent spots which light their way through thD gloomy depths The Star in Turkey Turkeys government has Issued an ordar to its custom authorities not to admit any foreign goods which bear the mark or design of a star It is supposed that the reason for this is that tha representation of a star Is a part of the Turkish coatofarms City Wins Lottery Prize The city authoring of Lemberg Germany had some tickets in this years Vienna lottery but decided to sell them and an official was directed to Joso He forgot and now Lem berg finds Itself wlnuef for the first prize GO000 Back to the Bog A large lump of butter has been found buried in an Irish bog No one knows how old It is It is thought that it is at least 100 years old possibly ten centuries The butter is said to be in excellent condition Takes It Kindly The wise man hopes for the h 5s prepares for the worst and swallows the dose fate ladles out for him with as cheerful a smile as though it lyero Just what he was looking for Chica go Sun Educational- A Philadelphia Y M C A man is In Manchuria teaching the Jap soldiers to play and to pray they already know how to keep their powder ary Philadelphia Press Oldest Bible Manuscript The exposition of rare old books and manutciipts now being held in the British museum includes the oldest known manuscript of the Bible of the ninth century Most Musical Tongue This Turkish language is said to bo the softest anl most musical of mol ern tongues being better suited to musical notation and recitation than even Italian MARKET RPORT Cincinnati Oct 20 CATTLECommon 2 50 350 Heavy steers 4 75 4 85 CALVES Extra 7 7 75 HOGS Ch packers 5 45 550 Mixed packers 5 35 5 45 SHEEPExtra 480 5 00 LAMBSExtra 7 50 FLOUR Spring pat 5 25 5 50 WHEATNo 2 red 88 8915 No3 rod 4V 88 CORNNo 2 mixed 54 No2 white tiJ 5G OATSNo 2 mixed 31 liYE No a C8 4j 70 HAY Ch timothy 13 00 PORK Mesa j17 65 LARDSteam 7 50 BUTTERph dairy 15 Choice creamery 24 APPLES Choice 3 00 8 4 00 POTATOESPer bbl 1 75 dP 200 TOBACCONew 5 00 13 00 Old 450 14 7i Chicago FLOURWinter vat 5 10 0 20 WHEATNo 2 red 85 S- 6NO3rel 76 Sr CORNNo 2 mixed 52 r214 JyRYENoPORK Mess 16 00 tiPlIi 311 LARDSteam tj 71255 New York FLOURWin strts 4 00 4 25 WHEATNo 2 red 9115 CORNNo2 mixed 6 Cl OATSNo 2 mixed 34 35 RYEWestern Ei 75 PORKMess 1C 00 10 25 Steam 7 50 753 Baltimore VHEATNo red 84 8455 CORNNo 2 mixed 5SU- 3ATTLE Steers 4 00 Qj 4 60 SHEEPNo1 250 300 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red zhj 8- 8CORNNo2 mixed 55 57 OATSNo 3 mixed 29 30 PORK Mess 012 60- jARD Steam 725 Indianapolis iVHEATr No 2 red 85 2ORNrNo 2 mixed 5- 6ATSo 2 mixed 2S rr I r i r j 0 r rw r a e J j a 1 f 0 cor JJJj t r j iJ i I 0 fioi fl r jA if t I ii 1 i ii rilIGn CLASS DRUGGISTS i 1 0 AND OTHERS Lfr The better claw of druggists everywhere are men of scientific attainments and bighinte wl1Qdevote their lives to the welfare of their fellow men in supplying the best of remedies and medicinal agents of known value in accordance with physicians prescriptions and scientific formula Druggists of the hotter class manufacture many excellent remedies but always under original or officinal names and they never sell false brands or imitation medicines They are the men to deal with when in need of anything in their line which usually includes 1 all standard remedies and corresponding adjuncts of a firstclass pharmacy and the finest and best of toilet articles and preparations and many useful accessories and remedial appliances j Tho earning of a fair living with tho satisfaction which arises from a knowledge of thfrbenqfita conferred upon their patrons and assistance to the medical profession is usually their greatest e reward for long years of study and many hours of daily toil They nil know Syrup of Figs is an excellent laxative remedy and that it gives universal satisfaction and therefore they are selling many millions of bottles annually to the well informed purchasers of the choicest remedies and they always take pleasure in handing out tho genuine article bearipg the fulliname of tho CompanyCalifornia Fig Syrup Coprinted on the front of every package They know that in cases of colds and headaches attended by biliousness and constipation andic fof weakness or torpidity of the liver and bowels arising from irregular habits indigestion or overeating that there is no other remedy BO pleasant an J beneficial in its effects as Syrup of Figs and they aro glad to sell it because it gives universal satisfaction Owing to tim dxccllence of Syrup of Figs the universal satisfaction which it gives and the immense demand for it imitations have been made trilflnnd condemned but there are individual druggists to be found here and there who do not maintain the dignity and principles r of the profession and whose greed gets the better of their judgment and who do not hesitate to recommend and try to sell the imitations in order to make a larger profit Such preparations sometimes have the nameU Syrup of Pigsor Fig Syrnp and of some piratical concern or fictitious fig syrup company on the package but they never have the full iiamn of the CompanyCalifornia Fig Syrup Co printed on the front of the package The imitations should be rejected because they are injurious to the system In order to sell the imitations they find it necessary to resort to misrepresentation or deception and whenever a dealer pasees off on a customer a preparation under the name of Syrup of Figs or Fig Syrup which does not bear the full name of the California Fig Syrup Co printed on the front of package he is attempting to deceive and mislead the patron who has been so unfortunate as to enter his establishment whether it be large or small for if the dealer resorts to misrepresentation and and deception in one case he will do so with other medicinal agents and in the filling of physicians prescriptions and should be avoided by everyone who values health and happiness Knowing that the great majority of druggists are reliable we supply the immense demandVfor our excellent remedy entirely through the druggists of whom it may be purchased every where in original packages only at the regular price of fifty cents per bottle but as exceptionsVVexist it is necessary to inform the public of the facts in order that all may decline or return any imitation which may be sold to them If it does not bear the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Coprinted on the front of every package do not hesitate to return the article and to demand the return of your money and in future go to one of the better class of druggists who will sell you what you wish and the best ofeverything in his line at reasonabieprices jj SICK HEADACHE CARTPSITTLE IVER P LLSI oaltlTelr cured by these Little Pills They also relieve Distress from Dyspepsia la digestionand TooHearty Eating A perfect rem edy forDizziness Nausea Drorralneea had Taste In tho Month Coated Tongue Pain lathe side 1hqICARTERS DTLEaVER rg11111 MurtBear- FasSimilo Signature 1It REFUSE SUISTITUTES NATURALIST WAS AT FAULT Man of Learning Fatted to Identify Very Common Animal from Description univerityinuniversity to the following effect Walking in the duk through the ground of the university the other evening my at tention was arreted by a low munnurin sound near me which was neither hits nor- a whistle On looking I raw a creature lying on the ground larger than a cricket Two antennalike protuberances projected above the eyes Ithad ni ace covering of its body vs r1tiltedthonihcertainly not like down Mindful of the danger to myself Idid not venture to turn it on its back so as to count the leg On the ground lay a small quantity ofsnowwhite substance which evi dently exuded from the body Can any of your profeeors creature from this imperfect description The naturalist connected with the eastern university tell into the trapbaitedJrob ably especially for him wrote learnedly about insects and concluded that the one observed must be one of two whose Latin names be gave The antennalike protuberances are used for burrowing in the ground he wrote and e insect secrete o flui which they have the power of ejecting to protect themselves in caw attack The tutor wrote to thank the naturalist for his information and to jay he need not trouble him further as he had for Innately observed the creature again more closely under exactly similar circumstances and was able now to identify it himself is the Vacca vnlcaris or common cow One Exception Life remarked the man who comments on is just what we make it With possibly one exception replied Senator Badger And that isThe assistance the us now and then Louisville CourierJournal Good News for All Bradford Tenn Oct 23rd S ca1 Scientific research shows Kidney Trouble to be the father of so many diseases that news of a discovery of a sure cure font can not fail to be welcomed all over the coun try And according to Mr J A this place just such a cure i found inDodds- Kidney Pills Mr Daviasays Dodds Kidney Pills are all that iI claimed them They have done me more good anything I hare ever taken I had KIdney Trouble bad and after tak a few boxes of Dodds Kidney Pills lam eomrletelY cured I cannot praise them too Kidney Complaint develops into Bright Disease Dropsy Diabetes Rheumatism and other painful and fatal diseases The safeguard lato cure your kidneys with Dodds lili when they show the firit symptom of diieaso I Left an Impression Your sons bead la unuu lull of humps remarked the phrenologist How happenI explained the father 4iLs because everything was knocked into itlDetroit Frca Press RESTORED HIS HAIR Scalp Humor Cured by Cuticura Soap and Ointment After All Else Had Failed phumorgreat deal of annoyance and inconven mace After unsuccessful efforts with nianv remedies and socalled hair tonic n friend induced me to try Cuticura Soap Dud Ointment The humor was cured in a short tune my hair was restored as healthy ns ever and I can gladly say 1 nyfurtherCuticura Soap and T the Ointment on band to use as n dressing for the hair and scalp Signed Fredk Busche 213 EaU 57th St New York City Frequently when a piece of property is offered for a song a man discovers tbat Lbs busjCoi world is not inclined to accept his singing at its face Value HE ATTENDS TO BUSINESS who tees sraight to work to cure Hurts Sprains Bruises bv the use of ll ti t v FOR EMERGENCIES AT HOME 4 And for the Stock on the Farm NOTHINC EQUALS His Offering A Kansas City druggist tells that s Wealthy man came into his store one Sunday momiulrrand throwing a dime on the Give me two nickel for that please Going to try a slot ma chine asked the druggist pleasantly No replied the wealthy man Im go tag to church MANY KNOW THIS DO YOU The following very interesting conversa Lion between Mr bukcrwd Mr Walter Wellman retired two prominent citizens of the town wa recently pver heardI never buy patent medicine said Mr White When I feel the need ofmedical assistance I call our Idont be lievein takingalotofatuffthatlknownothu- ng about 1 know a many do use it ond apparently with good results but I am for getting a doctor enry poutbleity oJ people W11rttt1nllder 1 experience is that some patent medicinilf- requently cure when the doctor skill isV heWed Takes for instance an affliction like and stomach trouble pbiciancuringgives you a physic a cure constipation be will tell you so It is a temporary relief and before need more or piUs The doctor charges you 2 every time you call on him and have to pay SOc to ISa to have his youI tion filled Pretty soon you have the or Physic habit and your doctor ha steady customer You cannot read the doctors prescriptions You know no more about gives you than you do about the ingredients ofa patent medicine No reliable company will put a of into a patent medicine unless they are convinced that it do all that is claimed for it Usually it is the of some speaal it who has devoted his life to the study of a certain disease and has mastered jt constipation and stomach i trouble because I thatlllic tion for It is the beginning ofnearly all dJ ease Once it gets a grip on you it u lerfous stubborn and hard to overcome I never knew a cue that was eared byn ordinary practicingphysicmn but I do know of a number cases were per manently cured by a remedy called Mulls I have in my family with satisfactory results It cured me and I know a great many more persons it has cured It costs 50 cents for a or 100 fora large bottle I dont know exactly all that is in it but f do know itcures constipation and stomach trouble and that is more than my could do forme I was Lest attracted to the remedy by the companys offer to the first bottle free to one who wouldwrite to them giving their druggists name I am thankful forth has given and advue every ohfferer from constipation to write to the tufls Co tit Ave Rock Island Illgoivingthem their druggist ad dress co that they can procure a free ofeasanse S A man is mow often knows by the company be keeps than by the taxes bst pass U SLOANS e LINIMENT C tVThe Creat AntisepticV PV Price 25cf SOC and 100 tI Dr EARL 9 SLOAN l5AIbanySt1teu1MaH i VC His One Complaint Do treat well here askeJ the goodwomanwhowastryingtodoslit i tie missionary work Fairly well ma am answered the hur s fglar who was enjoying a three years vaca tion i have only one fault to find with the treatment theThand out What is thelLdThltorV They refuse to let me carry a nignt keyI replied the prisoner rbicaeo Da fly News Western life Indemnity Corapasy The Policy holders Committee at No A 77 Jackson Blvd Chicago wilt give com information about the expenditureVnf 20000000 of company funds as corn missions to Mr Rosenfcld fof the purclnse of Life Insurance Company of Pennjyl vania bupine s made no oc FehrmryV20th 1905 and theexpendtnreof20OOO00V company funds on S t purchase fcC sharenof stock in IheSecttrlty Annuity Company 10fli1 shareL Mr ironTlon MV floiental and Mr Moose the Eiwitlve Com nitt are now cited by Ju ee KoMaMo show rcnce why nhonlil noKb tl for aenlemntViflV matin the last ranVeactirniV innrnrv at otn HFJiVEY n HICKS oujwH Politicians Viewpoint That was a terrible explosion in yorr city Two hundred men you say Two hundred and fifty Hard hardVWell I should remark And eectio only a month off too Chicago Sun PisosCure cannot be too highly spoken ofVas a coughcuteJ JVOIJnVn3i2Tlinl Avc N Minneapolis Minn lan C 1909 If you give a justice of ce of a minister the job of marryingyon thenVwill be right in line to take an to higher court later on 5VGREAT SONG WRITER Paul Dresser the Popular ComposerkIV Cured oy Deans Kidney PilL Paul Dresser of New York author of Banks of the WabasU and many other great song bits writes Gentlemen T wish to recommend Doaud Kidney PUIs ia the hope thatmyendors 4 went wilt be read by some of the many thou sands of snffercrsfrom kidney cotnplafaU I was eo wretched from this malady that I could not sleep rest nor eat and hadaVweak and aching back Deans Kidney PUIs effectually cured me sod t wiahVVthat others may know 4 Signed fAOD DRESSER Sold by all dealers 50 tents a box FosterMilburn Ca Uuffalo N Y CASTO P01 bfRt aa Children l- blb Biars 4rvfl iL0L17M4 rocSsIgnalIv fJpTdGv Over ThktiYeacs Of 440TbkI1 You Have Awajs kNStCtIT5fYOUS St JacobsOiljand saves time money and gets ox t of misery quicklyVPiles 23c aed SOc iL K VV a 0 f I 1 I t t 2 f Ii tit i i v VV i1i t I vVYl h i i9WINGSVILLE OUTLOOK p OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO t I Z IttTi AqA tdressRU coratnunicntloriB to TIlE OUTLOOK PUBMSHIMO Co or to JOHN W HOSAKKK Owingsville 1 Kyt 4 Subscribers desiring a change of addrrpa should always give previous C I address when wrTtlOg o i ICnrrepnndent when out of sta I tionery should mention fact on a J E fipp rao slip of paper a Nn com mission ii allowed to any rnIhtcriptIoIBb one year aQrone dollar six months for sixty cents three months for thirtyfive tents l 1THUncDAY OCT 26 1005 IT IK conceded on nil hands thats Satli co nv hue nil tbo politics to MSt TitBRKseenis Konin possibility of r e the Democrutlc State ticket wlnniiii S in Ohio It wouldnt signify much l IQlntCleyirit did iiflT promotes manllnecfl The ballotlJ d ja eleetionstealingIyingHnd your choice r t PRfcsiDKNT RoosKVjtT Is being received vrltli the uttnusi enthusiasm ut the large cUlts on liis trip through thoouth It Is a tribute tuliisofllce inndpersonal character and lias 110 I j political bearing 0 r UNLKSS the United States cornea to uiidorbUiiitljn with Geri t a Bpeedy 4 l d 1 many In rcirartl to a reciprocity w truatytliflUHW herman tunu will q 0 silly tlip ngricultilriil exports dfrom tlie United states to that couu fr TUB pit c pua of money in cir culation the pnet fiscal year is of 4 u llduUy Honouneed to huve lieen 3108 Thee only complaint is that some fniled to garner ihir ebure of IT 4f t JcitRr SiMfsoM Wilt became lit 1 Moils aei a Sockjerfs Siatcfinnn of Jerf Hte oil was a cL osignillcapI ijrI Spr t t kansttB Hot Springs vanln Uncle t3lun to bfcorae butbboiiso keep tf er there There is rio thought a fcJ poor old Uncle Saw ever being k 4 J overworked s e IP you areheftrtIIytIredof dec tiona bplh general und primaryrbe- Ji6g ii stolen you Htp jri lie prppcr ii ndhlo of mindio vole Mr u re- tursy to the qldfasliioijfd vIva voc ttietbod of voting Miss AtiCB KooEf Eiit is back In tier native land ntlaye tbv c newspaper otepnrteofbera ftlftfld presents received while nbroad were not what clip liked TliatiehA the penalty of being the diugh ter of one of the earths great one l THAT Spokane wan who gnveu few square inches of his skin to iiaichup u friends wifo and while under the Burgeono unHcsthetic hohthigh8efowhlotilo to huta good grounds for the big Jhlt1C eujj brought axainBt tilt titt turgeon IN tw lem reJJ the electiojfi 1 in r7 voc inrTliera will be many 1 diwpptiRUrd people nwutig thC aridZthhlkakehaagoodt1gIittngchanc l J 2 1O icsoi the Worst mIx 1i keTerkIiowRItheeouflty dthe e d II e ngIm wilt be elected p CORRESPONDENCE Craiss f x Miw Will ToMf Sexton is better i MiuLeotaUart1avisltiagri z J jviW rreB wifeI c fftMrlEfleCtafg nd little daugh I jtv returneO to their home at Maysville Saturday t1ff v H rveSfXtoR and faaily of i Owi 8TiUe wire guests of hft 0falber Martin Sexton Sunday Dr BFWeIIBhad the ralsfoV o tuae to ffiaeb tie foot very badly by droppinga heafthstoBe on it L r Mrad Mrs Abe Goodpaster and little daughter Minnie were andjwifoI4 JnckFfq8t hai become a frequent vlvvisitor There was plenty of ice It in evidence Sunday and Monday t HorBiBgtf- Y f If cMrs Mary Mahley came hoclSadiafter aidIngis wc to with triers and reIative at Beth el vr 7 ald S1iarzeburg c sIi SteVaIIey ii It ieold and froBtyy bL c Jffiy W1t eLPewliig ISver j Wekveha4pleiitjofraIri tbiji fly tf fll W 5ChrleCariter apd fai1Iy- z YJ8lted frIends ai GrJg8 SundayoqJS Geergeyov iitIJ5yife of ne- iSkarp4iurg r Wie l Mri Maria SUfflpef tUxrdaynight G rMaPViJIIctfRRillyo ar- Mkare s wre gueats of Dee Jiur1tfl Ol7Ia 8 tthiyaadSitndaytlI0 jpiH tuof Dialel BviB8H8d Ml diIiiIi I j fltffPreMNn wrIs- l j 41 hqi p1 eik Mii iii dSf Ske w is1- lC awEiLl ti Jit i h it t J1 e 41 t i t t1 i J J fiI d fstf r tIf oV l 0 j ii 4 t r J t t 0 t tf ff t lit Jrt1 1 i 11 ti l ij It ri rci t f t j Ar nO U p l I Mrs Chris Garner entertnirid a number of friends one day lust week Among the gncsta wer y Mrs EIU Scott of Preston Mrs Martin Jones Mrs Charles Ilors uiin of near Owingsvilloj antI Mrs G rutuvillo Horseman of Prickly Mrs Robert Bniley and Mrs Icuats linileyr They hndR nice dinner and spent an enjoyable duty 0ForgoHm etSFleiningsburg loMrJp wrovingCandidates seem to be moving around quite lively in this partwMrs Kliza Scott of upper Slate C J loIcMiss Idu Uler entertained some of the young folks Suturduy night with a candy party Grange City A L Ilnvens is some better R R Walton and duughtcr Misa inuhu visited relatives at Hills b aornRobert Snedegitr and wife of CutIr Sunday Mrs Newton Johnson Mrs L S ntIhlt and daughter Athu vieited Mrs A W Junes Saturday Ollie Walton of Lexington will be the guest of his cousins StWalton and sister Miss Minnie this week Wellington Barnes rind wife of Missouri vanie Inst week to attend the bedside of the latters father A L Hnvens S A DOwdand wife M A Den ton and wife of IlilUboro J M Walton wire and daughter Lillian TliouiiiP of PcipUr Ilainp were guoPiB of Wto Eslill and family buuday Upper Prickly Ash Mrs Daniel is nleI SMreick list- Willie Curr bought a cow of John SUne last week fur OtC S Rntliff and wife of Salt Lick spent Sunday with Daniel arper and wife Rev Allen Spence closed his meeting at Harpers echoolhbuse unltiy afternoon John Manloy of Salt Lick visit ed John Chandler and fumily semi days last weckhJared Stlby and wife of Flem ing county visited Alranzu Stone and wifevflratuf lasVweekV Stone of c firimeer R L Stone and wile He reo turned homo Monday accompanied by his uiother Miss Pearl Harmon of Fleming count3 returned home Sunday nf et several weeks visit with rels l hir herer Almanza Stone nnd wife accompanied her homoe Okla Mrs James Stephens is very sick Born to Frank Estill and wife neoAddie Vice a son Nathan Jackson J itAIbehis undo Joseph Vice near Flu ingsburg v IisitedLlk James Markland and wife of Harrison county are guests of B K Gray and wife 1JUrs JmeBFlora is visiting her uhrluIaw John Finns of Mar tliufe Mills Nicholas county Mfbs Ivti Riddle of upper White Oak visited her coUfins Misses Carrie and Mae Vice Saturday and Sunday Prof J Bfapp of Caraargo was itt this vicinity several days this week in the interest of a a ingingechoolbMrs W T Atchison and children of near Moorefleld visited her mothers Mrs Sarah Hendrix several days last week Xuennie daughter fJ08 Gregory who Uvell near WyomIng is very sick with diphtheria at the home of her brother Henry Gregory MooresFerry- Mrs Luther Shr tit continues sick New corn has been selling at 2 per bbl here A hard rain fell here Thursday which was badly needed O P Shrout sold JohnsVaijland ingham a twohorse wllgon for 20 ast week Major W1Ihiamind wifeoffllid land City visitod JjeesRcgers rind wife near here Sunday JanlesJaoksons little boy and girl of Spencer visitedJolfn Otis from Thursday till JJonday MrsJ11nNewanwhobad be UFladJtttllkforlome James Atchison jof Lexington ltllhisbrulhP Shrout fVmreuleon thu arm breaking the arm JUBlaboyotbewdst t ldami1yoFqrgeWedn sdajr with Mrs Snodegurs parphtiiiA W Sbrout and wife Mrs Etlori SBaith and daughter Mrs Maggie HarrisoR who had beeBvl8itiBg the forfte 8 uiother Mr8lIaJinakJfl IleJ1e fPolksyillV for 8oMe we jCBreturnc31iomo MoB4Jay f h jS Tl A ystuff J i1 iti J M jM I I a lJ1 1 f ft oiss V Crooks r Born to Will Carrollanajfe Uo tJO a son V K V3lUa Lillie Johnson visited roia lives at Pond Lick Sunday S H Johnson is down sick nt his lather Henry Johnson J E Williams of OwingHville was here Friday on business Mrs P A Johnson of Step One visited relatives lucre Friday Peed h Lnthram shipped ta car ad of cattle to Cincinnati lust eek Jiunes Horton of Mt Sterling its hero on business one day last eek Wilson Hendrix shipped n car udtuf cattle to Cincinnati lust tv eek Mrs Jerry Peterson of Harrison county is visiting her parents i Wulker Cuspity rind wile Jock Ewing snipped three cur loudf of export clinic to JulY City Wednesday oiijast week Hurry A Lungof Cincinnati nd It E MuCurty of St Louis visiied B F Roberts here Solar day and SundayitLicking Union Henry Brown was in Suit Lick lust Saturday Mrs Shuw was in Salt Lick lusl week shopping W A Jones titus engaged 8 bari relt of corn ut2O per barrel de livered Frank Johnson nnd family moved into tho W S McKinney house last Friday The Licking Valley Oil Co isre covering its large steel tank as the ild roof leaked The pipe line company connect ed its 2000barrol steel tank to IIteaOlnll in lust week Miss Myrtle Clark of French burg who ill lunching ut Buck Creek wits the guest of Mrs Shut nnd Sunday E W Mc inney seemed to enjoy her vhs hero Brother Roundtree his new pal ar for this Conference year came up from Salt Lick Thursday and preached till over Sunday The people like him I think be will do good work hero Odossa Miss Lucy Vunjundinghum CU- IIthlUesvtry ill The iwoyenrold eon ofJ A Hnrber is quite sick L Darnell is attending the Lexington Business CollegerM L Jones went to Stepstonc rst of the week on business M W Bailey left Wednesday of last week for his home in Lebanon Ohio Miss Georgia Goodpaster returned Sunday from a visit to relatives in Wyoming Bnrn to Mr and Mrs Lee flutelId r Oct 183 eon baby are doing well Steve Mnnley wife and duugh ter visited Win Uclphcnstein and lIe Snturdny abd Sunday Richard Gray and family have moved into the house with and to keep house for L M Butcher Wm S Anderson returned Sat urday from Lincoln county where he had been visiting his sister Mrs Hattie tfatueT J P Stephens returned Friday from a two weeks visit with relay tives and friends in Rowan nni Morgan counties J Wm Wilson o f the headwater of White Oak who has been don f with typhoid fever for the past wo months continues very ill srepstone- Wm PayneJr and family spent Sunday with Frank Brown and f amilycTime Maxey and son of Ewing t rc here visiting John W Maxey rother and sister Win Moore and wife leftSunday for North Middletown to visit his niece Mrs Myers MB Sarah Taylor nndPressWil lilltnsof Mt StorlingspentSunday with Mrs J L Williamsc spantlastVcok ihEdMiddletown Mra W S Quisenberry who baa been very sick for some days wo improvlogslowI James Florence wife and daug ter of Bald Eagle spout Sunday with his brotherinlaw Milton Gully nnd wife Wm BIivins left Monday morning bra visit to relatives at Olym pia and Salt Lick will be gone 10 days or two weeks Born Wednesday Oct 18toS J Goodpaster and wife a son their 6th son mother and child doing well father happyrMiss Lucy Whiteof Mt Sterling i reurnedhome Sunduy after a weeks visit to her sistersMra Win Moore and Mrs Ray Rail iff and ramillesIILJoncaOdessa spent from Sunday till Tuesday with J E Carmichael id antily They both looked well rRobt Gray of Centerville and of daughterM lart WednesdayjiOtit 18 by Rev H D o tJiark at Mt Sterling These were thu who are they parties in lasa weekBiu1perIMrs ElirabethCarpenter and son harleeof Blooli gtonlI1wh had been visiting lerbrotherUncoShelby GoooplI8ter tives for the past week left rort ome Mohuay morning JIIS is f 3 t 12L T 11 herifirst th her old home for I6T 8irs ShorJ110w 81 years old fn d bnloutd hearty UneheShlelb3 WIIB ovejnyuLI to io4hcn I BethelIPr Stone was la Klemingsburg MJlPdy oM rriG B vood was in Cur HslbiSiifiSiirday Wi L Day rtin Ml Sterling Mondiy und Tuesday Stripping tobacco IniBbegunThc quality urL flrr01 is good MifsNibatlazelrigg of Krnnk fort is visiting relatives hero this woe C M RutlilF S W Evans and eon lee were in Lexington this Wet IIO rrURm v stay with lila grundfthurl liaird II few days itToniHnnktownNicholaa county Sutur dIY mid Sunday Mrs Ed Gregory visited her uiother Mrs Susutt Lane at Mt Sterling this week Allan McCormick and wife vied 8 tho family of Sanford Ruiuey Saturday rind Sunday Mrs W II brett and nephew tarry tensor are visiting friends in Montgomery county this weekss Mies Birdie Bcry hits return from Missouri where flhl uttunded thu wedding of her brother John jRichard ArrHsraith and doughier B fattlertIRUvcsllnd friends here this wdelc D D Evans and Mrs A R Rob ertson left Tuesday fur Martins y Prulerheumatism at thnt place IsClius9vutBSaturday incidentally to bring G U Caywond lye gallons of the best sorghum molassesL Salt Lick IIICincinnatltast Mrs W R Stephens is better of her sickness Mr Dr H Robbins was in Mt terling ThursdaycIMcsdnwcs Ames nndTurley were in Owingaville lust week Mrs Ei Willianif ofBiRWoodsl8 visiting her sister Mrs Johnson Press Jackson and family ppent Sunday at Wee Alfreyu nt River side ii Mrs RatHir and dnughtcr Mies Elizabeth of Mt Sterling vjsitcd relatives here Miss Stella Donaldson of Win chester visited her sister Mrt Roll Ulltlilr last woek Mrs Howard Camp left the poet weel for un extended visit to relatives in Pennsylvania Miss Grace Razor very plensunt iy f plksuneMidwinter opening of millinery ut Jackson Kringf alt Lick Friday and Saturday Oct 2und 2 8 The mountains are fast changing their coat of green for one of tunny c aduloreb eautifulhMrs Jesre Steeli Mra Thornis Barnes and little daughter Nit rn visited Mrs Lillian Daniel atC uy City last week Judge L W Barber of Elliott county now private secretary of Senator McCreory atmvisited Press J j night rH the men were as much Inter c irstedfellowmen us they are in politic now what a tine old world this soon would be Ladlep for the next 30 dayp we will sell our stuck of beautiful hats ups ladies furnishing goods etc at greatly reduced prices We es pecinlly invite thadies to call a see the pretty readytowear poloi Tommy Atkins turbans picture hats etej we have on display JACKSON KRIKO StoopsLWheat and rye are looking ex ceedingly fine OlympIabas J M Bigstnff is having some wells drilled on his farms here The small son of Will Roberts lias recovered from bit illness Its better sometimes to talk nonsense than to talk no eenso Elgin Northicut t nndwifeofJudy visited Thomas Warner and wife Sundaypto try an our old friends than to go hankerdafter new ones J HGIIIaspie Walter and Jin rion Bridges were at Danville Inst week on business Beft Saunders and wife visited relatives in Fleming county from Saturday till MondayPWatt furoily of Hinkstnn Bridge visited the family fASS F Dod ThursdaytJphn Jones of Hinkston Bridge t eft lust weekon a prospecting tOUfE ito Kansas and OklahomaI Ben Wilson and family of neart Bethel visited the family of ELIiFussett Saturday and Sunday Mrs EL afJB Carter and wife 8undav- bHarryono Oklahoma visited relatives in this neighborhood lest week a Luke Shiiltz and family formerly l Clark county visited relatives in his vicinity en touts to Texas itJohnc- iII 4 J A1th I 12 i 3 I 00 E 1 dJdoto for County Judgct WBB searching tor consolation in this neighborhood lust Week Mrs ICnte Smith and MrsThom as of Mt vitited Cnnerslusplo several clays lust week Mrs Joe Coons and daughter M vi lisitedTrimble from Saturday till Mon d aytuSome newspapers ore engaged in Ii controversy regarding the sex of angels One editor says There is one thing certain all mortal nn gels are females We think tle real question is Will those editors ever get to the place where they can find out what sex angels belong too J IL GilUspie bought at the horse sole of Harrison Edelon near byHighlandHarrison Chief second darn by In dlun paying for it 35750 Mr- Gillasplu thinks this strain crossed with the Bourbon Chiefstrain will produce the worlds greatest show horses Mr Gilluppio hueno doubt ntadeThursdayOctplace and Mrs Missouri Mnntjny of Lexington The bridal prty turned Fridayand partook of a sumptuous spread nl tho homo ol Mr Stull The groom is olio of our industrious farmers anti this is his third matrimonial venture The bride is the widow JohnMontJny y formerly of Bath county She is a beautiful woman The crowd that churivuried them Friday night can vouch for this We wish therii success The tobacco crop is so good in this neighborhood that each farmer claims that he has the best crOp Lii settle all disputes a tobacco show is proposed Every farmer in n radius of five square miles is eligi de to competition provided ho deposits an entrance fee of 50cents Three prizes will be awarded Iii prize gets two thirds of entrance money second prize gets one third of money nnd third pize gets all tho tobacco entered Tho tobar- Utwill be numbered so that no one the Secretary will know Three competent judgesall tobacco grow ere will be chosen It is imp that the show will be a go und disputesOlympia The sick are all better J H Swnrtz made n flying trip to RusselL last week tOtymogithe Mrs J O Hull visited friends at HcfwnrdB Mill this week H O Irvin fInd wife went to Louisville last week to buy goods Jim Will Jackson baby hums be very sick but is i little better now lire Siciple filled his regular ap pohitmcnt lucre Saturday arid Sun Roy Jackson of Louisville visit ed his father J IC JacKsori lust weekMrs Jim Richard of Howards Mill visited J OI Hdll und wife Sunday Miss Minnie Harry has returned home after sixweeks stay tit Farmers rgIthis week SlisF Linda Deen of Olive Hill visited her cousins Misses Burkers et week oyNIrthcuttingsville Thursday Mrs JelF Jackson and dtiugnjor Miss Helen of O ingsville visited friends here Sunday Little Anna Flora Irvin visited her mint Mrs James Horton of Mt Sterling lust week beendreturned howe Inst week Mrs Charlie Fowler went to Salt Lick Sunday to see her motherwho is sick and found her better daughter house visited their son Jim W Sunday Charlie Wilton and wife of Lex- Ington returned home Sunday aifa tel a weeks visit tn their uncle Coleman ucttlonand wife GOOF NEWS FOR MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS beautiful ixheopentngsisdisfiguredWe ore 1sed to that the De- WrcmedyPamcamphmakes the skin soft smooth healthy bycreating nntuml acUity in pores When applied opens thecpores stimulates circulation removes ItucicDlackbendslsafe and sure manner Ifnpplicdfreelytothefacetwfceaday well twohreeor soothe but remove the troubles and Im hkiiivfotnnn- ParacamnU positively docs not contain mostdc1isoothing application that every mothtdaughter can use yearwithplcaslngandsatisfactory results you So get a ottle of Paracamp1i today from your t fails to what we claim yotiknowfndget iSoThe Paracamph Company Louisville fy JOHN T K1MBRODGH SON r1 ROUBFVELTONTIJEP ANAU CANAL On lila Southern trip President Roosevelt eptiko whim his character is tlc cutilidcncy anti toldnP9 at Jacksonville ridllun thePunamu anuIu follonP Herein FJoridii the first of the Gulf States which I have visited this I wish to all c lnll1Ireta benefit to all our people lull tis of nil to time States uf the South Atlantic the Culand tie iocilic slope When completed ll e canul wilt stand us it monument to this nntinn for it will ba the greiitc t engincerirg feiit ever yet accomplished in time world It will be u good thing for the world as a whole and fur the people of the isthmus and of the northern por tions of South America in purlieu lur Hecuuse of our especial interest in II and bccaiine of Ihe position wo oruupv tin this hemisphere it in thlltIour American IIIIUun should have undertaken the perfor mance of this world duty A body of the mont eminent engi n ears in tht crhii ti AmlrirRUI ut foreigner have been hiimninn ed to advise us to tho exact type of canal which should be haiti At no distant date I hope to be uble to a announce what their advice ie and iilso toe action taken their jretdyvanced sulHcienily fur to enable me announce with cert inly that it cnn surely be itceinphmshiedand was kanticipatedpoint as well us Upon the question of time no positive statement uan be mndo until time report of the commission of engineers us to time exact type of canal hiss been received The work is as difficult us t is important nod it iof course inevitable that from time to tUne ditliculties will occur und checks be encountered Whenever such is the case tub men of Mule faith ut home will lose that little faith nnd Itthe critics who confound hysteria with emplinfiifi will act after their kind nut our people ns n whole possrsh not only faith but resolu 11tioll lire are of Iou virile fiber to tie wept one wayor the other by were pcnsiitionalistn No check that may come nillbeof more than Irlv dialtlr putesing consequence will in diet uny prrmnttei t dutuuge or cause any serious delay The work can be dune is being doneund will be dun What late already been accomplished is a guaranty as to the future When my such work is iindeitu ken there are always many mere adventuriTH who hick to where it is going on amid intiny utica who think they are tidventiirernliiit who are in reality either weak or timid follow in their footstep Some of time first clufs will now ilnd then CUIIFC frullbit in one way or ii not Ii T nut every cure will be taken plrlrJul11 any uil dted is detected Aft for time second cluss tilt will cause trouble chiefly by hltiiilg heart returning home i r writing home and raisin a cry that they tire not happy jiti that the conditions of life tire noi easy or that the work is not being done as they think it ought to hu done Now these men etund just as time et higglers mind tllggllrdR Ittlllld irWiltof even u victorious army The veterans of theCivilVar who nre here present will tell you thut iiiibehuve as if the victory were detent And just the same thing Is true in any grout enterprise In civil hihtthere are always weaklings get dtrunipledthere are always people who listen to their complaints They amour to nothing one way or the olicr i fur as achieving results is concert ednnd their com plaints bud out cries need never detain uslI cull your attention specifically to the matter of health on the IlIlh jbepecialwas supposed to be epidemic Yet since we have asadmed contrql there has been fur less yellow eyerI than in our own country The ad fbettErhygienic as well as ftrim every other BtandpointThework of building thiI canal is a gremttAmenieanwork1a which the whole American people are interested It has nothing to doJ with parties or partieunehip nndris btingcnrried on with absolute dis regard to all merely poliiicarcon 0aidenatlonsefficiency honesty and economy Scourseest in the Caribbean seat It will cibothationsdo this it is of course induspe satble to have an efficient navy ant frOnand also to possess ar we already certain to eOntrolneceslturyIc or upon the Caribbean pea should be able a tUbertynot that the UnJted asStatesa the south of us aibutword them and desires nothing dWeterritoryand I think our conduct toward Cuba len guaranty that t a fiullse a clhluirswould only bo when wit found ItIimpossible to refrain from so without serious dl tiollowingwould only be with time sincere Knit effective purpose to waite our illI 1 r irG4 7 ffif x F p J JUELXC SALE i y t 1 5 ON NOV 139 i905 Jpt the same being County Court datwwill sell to the highest bidder at public outcry at the Curt bouse door in Owings i ville about Ip m a tract of land lying 111 Bath County Kentucky on Licking rivei r und immediately north of Chesapeake Ohio Eailroad and is the same land iipott which Geo F Green formerly resided and contains about 400 acres Will be sold sub ect to be surveyed C The corn and oats on said land will be sold at same time and place Terms made iiown on day of sale F M EWINGS Heis jj-S v W M WRIGHT I FOB Virginia Screenet Lurnp and Rluto Catiriel COAL ROSE RUN IRON CO OLYMPIA KY L lerfercnce lienoficiul tn the people lIIgdnow und then arise when we Cnlllut refrain from such tnierferenccsiivc under penally of seeing fiomeotlicr strong Ill HUll undertake the duty which we neglect and such neglect would be unfortunate rout wore Ihllnolle standpoint Wherever possible we bbould gladly give nny hid we can to u weukrr tiilicr republic vrhidfi lJell to achieve tubility an prnspcrity It is un ungenerous thing for us to refute such nid tin t U foolish nt to give it iii a wit but will make it effective an therefore of direct benefit to tl people concerned and of indirect benefit to UK simply because it is a resurtIresort mVy occasionally be necessary to inter fere by exercising what is virtual y an international police power if onlj to avoid seeing some Eu ropean Power forced to oxercfoc it short wbjle we must Interfere ulwuysCalIiouslyaud never Wantonly iyet on rare occasions whet the need is great It may be neces sary to interfere unless we are willing to confess ourselves too for the task we have under und to avow that we are irI know my countrymen well to believe that they will ever moke BOUQUETS bit EACH OTHER Congressman John Wcsll Gainen of tho hermitage District of Ten nrsfco slid Congressman A 0 tanluy of time Second Keiituek- istrict have been the champions of tho farmers ever since the USPO uttiotm was first spoken of Oral are toady and willing to make eechea or do anything else inI heir power to help advunco the cause They are warm personal iendu arid the following unecdote Ii typical illustration of their friendship Mr Gaines JIOSKOSSUK exceedingly strong und intelligent atures uuidis dignified beuring while Mr Stanley is rioted us orator wherever he has ever mud s speech At n banquet recently Guinea ross and Wild Heres Owslcy Stanley I wish I could tnlkDR much like n Coimrcssmun he duel Not to bp outdone r Stanley raised his glass anti bmsweucdy Gaines I wish I looked ns much like n Cougressuinn us he doc8LouisviH0 Post On account of tho change in our ill wo will for the next few weeks ll 1000 of our 8000 stock of otiming overcoats ladles jackets ess goods nnd sluice at cost We hint n large line of the nbovc goods and this snip conies Justin me to lay Inynur full arid winter ants IFNTontt DAY Hillsbofo Ky i r i J tfrntI ht4tlOi Ixith iu1hiis buried wire sear iiu r right front fut th other is adiif1 bay blind in right eye is puiri Clytleeduie J ilnllai4tJand roiivrciinn nl tIme prr hnr-d persons will stole them Address JAMES F CLARK tpburg1yt c HHiIenrneyer oc Sons BfoK GRASS Nurs rie14LEXINGTON Ky Offer Sot fall of 1005 a full stock of rIiondooVnainenlul trees grupef vinra asparugup small fruits rhu barb shrubs etc We emploj no gents but sell direct to the plant er Untttlogne on application School Ta- xNOTICE At u neetIngof the IIIrdof Trustees of ihe Owfiigeville GriideJ School District Ku lhting mit n ub Jr corporate capucily aflilr duo notice nil being Ireaentrdd hereby levyan advaloren tux of 25 cents nn thu hundred dnlJura on nil time property uf tile itisliict lift may lie Mini has beet itRsCFSed and equalized for county taxiitliiit agivinft the uhite pofiulationlkere of lot time conduct IIIH support ut I aid grudcil school Anil it is nlso ordered that n poll tux ofohe dol lar be und in hereby lv eduqlIpJ the mute population over the Ii ago of 21 years fur the purpose of defraying the tiicideptul expenses rbeThompson on or before the Jilt day of November 1D05 hi Ills ofllce WS GuD Eit Chnirmnhj L A II UUVISON Secretory GKI A PIED V jr 4 sAa i i- srCTIRB1W k DENTIST tOver Outlook OTlcc and Owlnt villa JtIl ni big uuumiuiys lllllldltljr OVlLie rtLLL lm i t 11 S c- iooTiEwATmi 1c 4 t 4C 1