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4 Mr 4 lnrcoatBandRIt sporting go ds a V epeelalty nt E L A T Byrons Mi I r f Saturday iltCDIn6UPhotos innde every F ttr J A towers Jewelry store oneMtit door below OUTLOOK office son of I une and all lay to l tl bell4 k 4 t Ps Dr GW Conner the 4 r approvedChosallp t1tl4useB Odontundor and 4 an sl tics for the painless elo iarsn v t tractlpn of teeth wire v T Roberts rhe Mt Lhin wKtetworkol tonoJard 8 Mill t nuiipiIIg jjurned LuedayuigtfIaetweek pafit uBingt1nss nf 21 0 Mrs 5 i are a lealttnttlr th f In n otf 1QU S t te Oak Coles Hut Thurediy utD itsigtlRrllntd to keep Mrs 1Ore th BlfiN B B08 of Day visit tier FOR S ALE roC Jere CUtiilgvUJ 1 m lbllh1ats uhjecL tr4 at r MIS 4 1 1Oech Addrl8s BetJ1 lioinetu ALuIWiiso lilsw Americsti Field incc8lisk s hlmpoIJt8nd ttL ter a It net received car of 5000 r JfSMH ot1Ze UntllS Uor nosday We are aultfarleed to tunnUICbllr1 tviigeA1eda8 it candidate IIII of Judge of ath Mr Peed II j lIP ttiiiuintiotbeItpUblhCUn parMr ty wit XSran ilorceninn nt1P1Tnaint hefo t f could on Prickly Afh to Josfpb luy fur Sit 12000ttnd gve ptFSvusion lues fpol dl Paris Ye1tfp IUIhSIi2ttI tfl anriUtlc fruin i LtJ II candidate fit OiOinarVjrtutr AltI1rlltYI t BIVi Mut J ISttrnertaHhe nominee uf the Re i publicttn purfy ri Aq erenutttored to aunoiuice JJenryT Hopkhls IS ucnndldnter ThusSheriff of Bulli county wItLiCV 1 1rIrp1putyUOPcIflett bt toee ottlile UII i t line of heaters ndcoolillw T Lrfiunrlsp Pite fork STjiigt Jt tS GynvqkeWeil cmikaand aany r anIKL kAT Byron A t Ve arettuth to anBounce L1 ChHS Craiii M Rjan4Idllte 152lt j CourTtrQUrU f Bath LS IJyryvVs Bepuiy Messrs 4 uhd Byron are Btianee8 ontheRe ifei t 9 t 1dUIJlf wasIJ v 4Inthe i Federal Court Covington fut V i50000 daBaages against George the lJ Gordon asd othefcltizeos of Fleeen W jOi inKstiurg for jhe raobbing t tftlitSujd wliQ was in Jail chirgba l the ton of Gordon J 4 cS SrEC AL aJAT1No Ton uE tii l For 30 No 7 and 8 monkeys The 3aBdr3MNoBiqll12 ct nYo t J and she 5 CSi 7 woWgBat8rs2 JS up BsthteOak and J C0e Hot It J wel Hot last t a4t ethers in ortln barel ilianti stire ELdArBraoNql Nel ei8jerebjgiveB that the 5crY f daderetgiied corporation is how closinYHP40J HS buslnesa f W iti falrs and ceased to do butt CI 1 IJ1eHJ 1905t 19 fft THE WI1ylLi 4 PRESTON T- Elcc rE of avCo- I President- thel i j JJNZBBIIZ B1T GOOB PBICKS At tin olf the cIRh of George k1 etistrix late f r5v1f r H airiiiwr tlerhrtreJastF i day iRIltro high price s on JJL5 4 MHilhV time Cora itf shock prblmhIcheows rakdabout r t ewtift44ieattle per i J rtt lieres frow 60 to lJ l JmiiI eaht Ii to 78- 1 a J kJ7 L l t f x 1krittSII I5etterheede ioteheadi ti1J eads if fi7 label iI ttewent envelopeseardi 1 and altVitatiQBjiresipt 3T1S abest btPIIee Btatioiiciry OB the At l In tneful yJeat the mOlt yeIc er Arises Compare our- fti P Trk with Hair dOUt any r tI- SJS b eBeiid yeu will fiwd ftrourr 7etir slvaiqe tokavetAop work 17 d ealoria er dodgers tosS ialtySi i eit dr Je Bany i llf igaget tU ttkr1ttk it 4 ljI t iii tt7 i Jir i t14 i tI A 10 tcf1r tIJ rht u Iti Iia tii t t i tL 1 i J PERSONAL A drouth A Food was In Louisville last seeiseO- ar f Patterson of Jft Sterling pow er Jiere Sunday who Robert Campbell went down honor county to visit his family lust week In Un Patterson of Winches lisIon came Friday to visit relatives runway B M Goodpnstcr of Slier county cuine last wouk to visit ruin Lick SlKCIAL makee price La thram and Colllo Mooro costs Cincinnati with live stock AUd Power returned SundnA Elder noticaliiiiatl Church Eldeyr hih on a to cont Sunday University Gilljsplo of Carlisle spent a lust week with Dr and Mrs Mclntiro isIll last Friday by tin h ardfrol1 of tier sister lofts Elizabeth floyd of Lexington waist BrownMark of Carlisle RAUpUC V O are Robert Campbell and baby uro Uurrurd county cauio Mun gunners risit her husband EiaorUainp Znch heron S Burther of Lexington Luther his ratetsUN N Williams of Frozen unci 0Wweek Julio W Uonaker and baby Lee alter a vllllt to relatives Carrie returned home lust Bell Boar Mat Maury and two children letters tuultmllcllme lust week to tilmerinluw Mrs Howard WILD wildsIturdstown Wednesday of parties wtJekuftera linqiracted visit tu hrnMay ulucuiU I Slate June Oaltbkill of Winches wound ITSSHatnptoii F uf liiis week Derrlckson of Charleston utid Miss Mary Boyd Mar olt Sterlllll Were gtluts of G Mrui JsiURS Al UII trlloullIUit Jtmep natutiieirre uvekJytJuIntshut l1st LuIro- u vrus UulVi home Us luteiuled Ioli L IL HIusduy3uodlust xvefck ug wnnt Jown tu ilieHe by tuivasinvouiipu tiled Van one Jitedute at Petwuu Vacrausat thu thcr w Buy a YalkiplUnV ME A Powtri thuJe records Ou nn the Wm RRzlI suld three lulling Davis of Winches1 10 and 60urUP lni- lnititArnold Goodpastor killed a rifle shot on SlaW COlalmnst idtiy 1ndHurueer I Byron f j The rain gui In llHWorkTuesdny nrSFhr untIltlThe rains made a good tobaccu eiB strippitiB eeitsrn lust week atider ouliess u good deal of the leaf put in the h1I111GGrand Master A Wjletnonts of I OOF has appointed redor Bastt of MtiSterlinRSpecial 01 District Grand Master rOr8 pwlnKnilleLodgoNo noon SUPPtKMESTAL RKatlTBATtOH Into supplemental registration for ing in incorporated towns in I3tttlIerk JT PttersMondayTueaday Wednesday of t1ia weeka l Rev B G B Mannpresidin51be of this district will bold gm PuarterlyMethodiet church a IonuatidayIPPmpreacbat thai ni t To C0RRES1WIDENTSSOVeTalof our correspondents hive neglected Into to send in tbeiritamwbiohII has caused us th dont wish to correspond long viiiCwStcurootber in helrplllce1- bam DIED OF DIPBTHKBU D a v Id iIrwin Shields the fouryearold son of Robert Shields and wife of Flat Creek died of diphtheria It oclock Saturday night The burial was made on the home farm Sunday The sorrowing par anyeatsfriends is their sorrow DtJQBERTr RKMOS AtaBseet ing of the Bath Fiscal Court hero ed e of Jast week County t3CdJudgofrom the toCountywhich ho was elected by t reeroem1- Y berspf the Fiscal Court a month 4nagoIawbt resigned was electedTurnpikeCom and etAsBessor John Arnold was elected County Tres titer to fill put QoodpaBtera unex terw JlVoffloepf Turnpike stComrniSIiOnera Balury of tQOO per year J j 4- S ruin Tuesday broke the pome more teeThto be a plentiful onety course the children haila of what funIn tiopinger of Halloween Belle the list of injured by the col on the Louisville Southern ed at Klkchester Fnyette is Jnmes with legs injuredIHhel QUIS8tRE5SALETo ington room for holiday line at your Rice A chance for bargains It you nothing to lookKy E L A YRON one W T ile1Sunday morning and nightand Donnltlfon was Fnlicitinp ributione in aid of Kentucky years College of thc Bible the year ing1ruroillness of paralysis when lust its lie is affected on the vice side of his body below the the His daughter Mrs T H Ho went Sunday to bo with attorney BIUDS Migratory birds rather rare in this section beingkilled and brought in by for identification Ur Wells son killed a brown on Salt Lick Friday Dr revived Hess has it and two other and birds to mount Church the cLAntEnLurrEnsllemItiningimed county neOcLat blRobertll udCunningham Miss Carrie rkGrowl Warren AuthirFrunclsie d Person la Ingur Oc le pluasasd tart hueder j A ARNEP your GEEPK Several locks of geese were seen by dUftrentPThursday dleton lnCreekru IItre body near Wyoming killed a luhl1eit nd nrnurIud- ts y SALES MeiHrrflrAtt Bros The of Miitlisiii N tJ bought Bitpy mules the pauu t week its fill of of Saunders Bros of huts an fourteen at 125 prr head liright Vice live at 130 Ler the piter u pair for 280 J Rue a d- Well pair for 250 GW MiKini in fur 110 Mr Pratt nd and onca will leave for home wlthTItiks this week bridge heANJohtrtyn dNorth Fork of Licking river inst week One day Oscar another man started to creep M a big flck of wild geese to tin at them When they were ready to fire there were four round ImntIlerhid the mortification of give tlieir unconscious rivals pick upper edeail geese tory luu IJHendriek9cun fihiirg a Mr Robinson eruerote1flt and ulagopnirof nruevAuinng them wnfl a n 350 undI L M Richart Tor Vista inter for 6W J Morgan Dnda mules were WtajpjoPt of tire ye lccled WHutsell his 1555ed a horse alttl ptir went Ice fur Gordo LJDTTlHi AvrztY4 Robert WootlitofPreslonwqnt uft Ypungsttaloon and lee Samuel Tray lor of near Ynte standing behind the bar mude Si insulting remark to him Traylo resented the remark when Wood I to have reached across tb and stabbed him making from breastbone to left DrIpenetrating thelung Traylt flItStaken to the Owlngs House Woo after being guarded several hours In in default nt Ilondinjured Wood was formerly aotdicr In Porto Rico and the Phil ecppinesord It is men wer total strangers r r FLOBATntMETT Lastrhursdaj evatex pastor of a Louisville M hurcb Mr Perry Flora of tbii town and Miss Rada Triplett b Springfield section were married DoTheyisroomshave since been reci e1logmany friends The bride is a daughter of Job R Triplett of near Springfield She is one of the prettiest and mo popular girls in that section county and is u favorite in in this and other counties OCIOJ Mr Flora iSB eon of of near Sharpsburg Ue several months ago to supennter the placing the Bath Home Pel He kl19pJlAc itWmanyothhiedeselvedThe yoogcouple will at on aVbeginIsfluetbel I HOWELL GKTS ON BALLOT The Republican State Central Commit endorsed JelF Howclla candid for Representative and Coun Clerk Peters on the advice of Attorney General Hayp concluded have Howclls name printed un the log cabin on the ballots ILL Wrrn APPENDICITIS Mrs Rice of west of town receiv n message Monluy that her daughter Miss Catherine who is attending school at Science Hill was ill with append and would he brought to Lc thatday fortrcatment Hrd went Monday to be with tier Cot HURT IILUt Sterling Oct BOCul J Smith Hurt of the most widely known men crlucnllyIIIhis death is only n question of time Col Hurl is eighty of age Ho served through Mexican War and went four through tho Civil War rale tho Twentyfourth Kentucky Infantry anti acting as Colonel during tho entire ser Col Hurt was all through South with Shermans army has long been prominent as an at this bar and at Owing leLexington Hernld SUCCESSFUL YEAH Sharpsburg elrlseduurlmlwas From there Bro Roberts myself went to Old Cnspidy nail started a meeting but writer had to go on to Bracken where he had un appoint so Bro Roberts continued meeting which was gieaily ssed of the Lord us we under This has been a good years farina the Lord titus greatly me in the salvation of many God blessToE OOTLOUK and many render is the prayer of humble servant E L SANFuno jPEKDLEToKCuoLcu JamesPei and Alies Benchio Cromli pcd Sunday to Ironton 0uldmarried They went Crow to Mr Pendlrtond hiiuie at I81Crllllchand lunve theta in cure tif a friend i liride is the dauuhter elM rjl CriMtch and granddaiiKhtfr Mrs Amanda Ctouch Site is unusually pntty girl nntl IH WHY uUo Sh Ihtfil hrticlf lot lrurlI lOu of rcluioltrncliiiij hat txught BO me public schooU hu county She is niddcVt dcFtrvfng young lusdj bridegroom Iii milrnud enrpinter in the employ of L 4 N railway lie id mid to young man of addrues a very worthy fellow BULLET WITH A HISTOHY Vun Thornsburg of Bethel while in otlice paying tile cubWription Saturday hnppenod to pull out n mucket hull weighing one o lIe remarked that he had put it in his pocket recently itv it to Col Lafayette North of Salt Lick as it hada his in connection with the Bleai Vurof which Col North IIncnfthe few surviving U S sold in this county Thorneburg Paid that the let WBB fired into the right breast Ed Cahill nt the hattie of Bucna taking with it u brass button piece of cloth The bullets extracted but Cahtll diedof wound two yearn later Cahill with John SWilliams Orro to the Mexican war from fre Jjo 7 i f it J f lti I i 1 Vv 4 Z 4 t f T r p h r t I rr 44 r I GOQPPASTER CO Owingsvillc Ky HOWELLREPUBLICAN REPRESENTATIVE- From the Bat liiowan district will address the voters of Forge Hill at 2 oclock p m Thursday Nor2WyomingThiirsday night Bethel at 10 a m Friday Sherburne at 2 p in Friday Sharpsbnrg 1 pni Saturday tl AiiBBUTuoMiSON Elder B I IROFSbthili residence lust Thurs day afternoon united in marriage Mr Everett Barber and Miss Lutic Thompson The bridal couple wen attended by Mr Elmer Stone aii Miss Sullie Burlier sister of thJ bridegroom JThe bride U a daughter of LaCe TbouipsoD Ringoa Mill Flem ing county Her parents tire wet iio dRpitaliie people and rank WI ht1fe beet in that section wociul Yt lij bride is a young lady of tealuty A True Friend of her Mr Barber Is cer JJiJyJt be congratulated on win fo rldo one of Fleming coun ly pinoil lovely young ladiee She ongs to one of the best families her husband tukethitznsunshine of n hnpphomc She t perfect model of young maiden pd beloved by allthat know her Says happy and ready to make ipy those with whom she comes ion tact Ir Barber i9a son of Geo W her of near Grange City He I handsome young man and is p to be u fine fellow liE OUTLOOK congratulates the py couple mmissioners Sale 1 Richart 5vs Jan Carpenters Heirs I virtue of a judgment and or r of sale of the Bath Circuit iurt at the Octobei term 1905 in e above styled case the under ned Mnster Commissioner will IpND AY NOVEMBER 13 1905 iut oclock p m proceed toil to the highest bidder at public clion at the Court house door in ringsville Kyit tract of land tiated in Bath county Ky on a waters ofSlate creek and bound nod described as follows Be mini at a set stone and largo Ick oak tree Fn the county road Snning from the Owingsvillo eston turnpike to Kendalls ring thence a straight lino rthensterly across a hollow to e lino fence of John F Johnson ids and F D Carmchael a set- 3ne thence with Said line of linson k Carmichael eoutheastcr- to the corner of said Johnson d Carmichaelon the same public adtbeuce with said road nortli we terly tl the place of beginning and containing twenty acres more or less and being the land convey ed by deed of F DCaruiichael and wife toSusan Carpenteror enoigli thereof to produce the sum of 26572 being the amount of the plaintilFs debt interest and cos- tTenmsSale will be made on a credit of six months The purchas er will bo required to execute bond with good security beariugGg Interest from date of sale And pava tile to the plaintiff and upon which execution moy issue if not paid at maturityH S GOODPASTER Master Comr B C 0 R Gudgcll Son Attye ChristmasIs And you will want to give some one a th twill be acceptable without being expensive What is nicer than a years sub scription to a good maga zine or newspaper I can get you any periodical a I ttle cheaper than anyone else Drop me a card or call me up- JAMES M Ross- Owingsville K- yHFHillenrneyer Sons BLUE GRASS NurseriesLEXINGTON Offer for fall of 1905 a full stock of friilt and ornamental trees grape vines asparagus small fruits rhu barb thrubs etc We employ no agents but sell direct to the plant tlltloguconnpplhatIUl1 The Outlook and daily Louisville Post one year for 385 5A BIAS GIRTH Blanket SUpWont Buggy Robes IdZi45S4 Horse Bfankets I nnrIHohjnuko1t li from t fin climpcst ta the relit Jr lina g Ii fI fqin UlrlCt from thuCA inirisainl nm in pos feli to nell thfin tlturt evnr soht HeT6 Kveryontjknijwrtiliiif the A35liisBrrfl Horace Blanket is thin bst bfjujkoi mutl ZT lrIngIlorsu Blunkuts etc L i fSpecial attention to mail orders or EUGENE MINIHANOwingsviHe Ky tr l RACKET STORE We have on ourihl1 gqds trect flon New1Yoik and so low yoti viui t resist buy lug Bread Boards 290 Rolling Pins Jc Hearth Brooms i c Mb Butter Molds oc Cups and Saucers set 25c Plates set f 5c Splttonntrhinn 25 150 Butter Dishes china tO CornPopperS Bc Iron Ilandles v Jc Egg Whips Jc lens InBoles pr Ia Childrens Toques 25 15c to of its nine 20 be 50 of 30 20 be in Ay of be Fascinators pr pr 2tt Black pr pr Mens 5p2510T 4 Ash 85 rv 5 Granite CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W HEFLIM S SLESSERjL Mens C Soys Vt CLOTHINGTTWe single doublebreasted Overcoats C and Grawenettes If want uptodate r inlrIproof coat afid see us LADIES CRAVENETTE GOATS We are showing a nice line these AoatsSee them t Ladies and Misses Cloaks We the newest things all colors will 1 be disappointed if you do not see outline rchtz DKESS GOODS I all the new colors materials for tailor suits ic r TRY A PAIR OF OUR V c7t t J PHil ah2sesTheyaresecond to none iIrstyleandwear Every pair guar ed- arietofstyles We haVe ar best is 4- Lh e cheapest SLESSER Owingsville Kentucky Ba GivonAwa- Christmas Subscribers for Subscribers the Courier Journal The Weekly Courier JJlurntI Henry Watlersons paper wants to ehare the profits thift prosperous year with subscribers It proj poses to give awny twenty Christ preSents ranging rom IOOto Htnounting to fBOO In allThere will four general presents ufj 100 bnd20nnd presents to given tlufsttesofKenHIlyIndinru Tennessee Texas Missouri Virgtn iujind Alabama Tbc pinn slaIn simple rite to the Courier Sournol Co Louisville a r copy the WeedyColfrierJourn- jalgilng full details It will sent free Get The Outlooks prices on Job Work of every kind and see samples and will see We can do better work at lower than you can get IIUices 2cr Childrens Sweaters 45tz- Side Combs 10c Biuk Cotnbe v lOBii Knit Corset Covets 25c Ladies Heavy Vest Sateen Shirts Ladies Aitten8 1I4oiS Ladles Golf Gloves 25ir Gloves V gal Churn Wire Rat Trop Ghnuibers 3Dc i and 1i you an come oi have in You In and nt The S sixteen anti and you JOHN T KIMBRQUGH SON Xzplidn Why Paracamph la Safe Speedy Oertain Curs IT IS SA1EIecat1se Jaiacaniph is prepared only from high crefiued Camphor the remedy o our grandjn6 then combined witU SscufialoiIsau4leingaexteriui1rcniedy cannot any vray tissues lining stomach or fetattet and urncrvp1s like many dmsticInta1reuuedics relief of Khcumatism Neuralgia Catarrh Eczema and Piles 1 lIT is Becanso when applied it opens tlierpbres pf the skin prompt and penetrat ITCQt tothe seat of the p1n Whether in AIuscl Joints or Thsea5cd Membranes ITIS CEI TAIN Becattsc when i reach es the seat of the nilmentjtirumediate1y soothca1 the acltin partsre jnoe3 the and drawsOtitall fever 6OreneSsAlidinfbmmation by in ducing sweating it destroys the germs anti sweats out me 11lls only safe and sure ivaySWe do not hesitate to guarantee SwelliriNeuialgL7ema Tetter and Itching or Bleeding riles because inany of our Customer report to us daily that Uicy have fcaeji cured its usu and urtbemore because we know thnt1tracaxnp1t will do exactly what the claim for it- aracau1phis tt clean safe household remcdywhichceiy famjlynetdseuy in ear It trnly a Firs AIL- to the IUJurclandflhoult be kept in cverybome If yon have nov n try rarocaniph to lsy on bar V jetuju if it f111ttodowbatwD claim for itThe ParacatspU Coaipasj Irbntssville Kyi C SAV jfJJjT ito 2 f cir t ii5iJilo 1 ty k II f7 uiC I = c SSJ r DWINfjSYILLEOUTLOOI OUTLOOK PUB CO PublUhira OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY UNINTERESTING PEOPLE They live In a quiet sort bf way streetThey people nor- Impress the people they meet The wnamesdoTlieyAnd their intimate friends arc few clubTJoughFor a tilt little nose on the window pane Awaits him every night And littlethumbsUndo all the work of the comb aInShe doesnt belonff to a womans club She hasnt a single tad InBAndShe neer unraveled a lroblem or Lire She doesnt know of things She plays with the kids and works all day And most of the time she sing He Isnt like most other husbands at all Sh Unt like most other wives AM they tower attempt to make change In the course of their quiet lives nAndspotInMaurice Brown KIrby In Colliers Weekly t f P s r A ROSE OF NORMANDY WttllAK 8 A WttSOH I t r 1 CHAPTER XVHlCoNTmjLD- Rcneet then opened her heart to her companion and the Irongray head of thej doughty warrior was bent In won s ie7L rest at the recital of the perils of the girl the depth of a wom ans love the wound a feminine heartc I I can suffer and yet live and the strength of purpose of a noble nature ii that has resolved to conquer even i i thouch it be ly flight She told of the 7 Comtede Miron of his duel with Tonli of her adventure in the chair Jr of her love she felt to be returned of the appearance of the corale In Quos bee is regards Tonti she contented hers lfw1th saying that she had learned that shjvwas mistaken in her estimate of theman that be was all unworthy of her love and that In f short she had eased to love him Her reticence as to the cause of her change pf feeling the vehemence with which she eXpreSsed her dislike and the evidences of mingled shame and hurt prldelri her tone caused Frontc- nac to smile Indulgently He listened patiently until the end and then dls missed her saying in a soothing tono Iwtil consider the matter ma cSere and If I caa flnSno other remedy be leo meI 5l1 U n t stand In your way ot escape from ibis rascal but shall aW you all in my power Renee thanked him and arose to go As she passed through the anteroom she was startled at finding Tonll stand Ing by Die window evidently awaiting an opportunity to see the comic He too was surprised at beholding her and bowed low as she passed mutler Ing tomo commonplace greeting She however neither noticed his bow his words nor bhnIeIr but with eyes fixed JInfront oCher passed rapidly through the door with an air of haughty pride and disdain that Avould have done crodlt to niaVraolseHc herself and tVlUI ne Froiitenad saw this byplay and laughed at Iho rueful countenance with 4 whlclf TouO greeted him There Keemsto be sonic mistalse lie said You apparently think you lnowthefalr donnce while she be lleves differently Ah yon knave try Ingyourrrasidnalions on evei y pretty woman yo meet u Pardon M lo Comic replied 1orill stiffly but I knew the yoliag lady before leaving France hence my salutation She probably did not see me Very likely responded Fronleriac dryly Sluco you 1now her so well siie will probablj mi you how it haj pens she Is hero and all about her tf self It will Tiefwe the trouble Tontj grasped 11lmbr the wrist nerv ously Ccme he Raid you are friend Tell me1 when and why did she leave France J Fronteaac seeing tUo young mana earnestness oodnaturcdly told him iilra of the arrival of his charge She Uaa fled iroiniLouls murmured 7 ToaU But why this garb of a ro i Ugleua W To eacapo the attentions of a i Worthless JL Jlirct who came In the i satne ship Vshc wlshed to become a tnunbut J wag not willing to allow that r 9 tWlHedto bel nie a nun ex IellllmjJTOnU lnast JlI- sbmetcanl l3alle an Inott d vote d 4 l Loves LstS Hcl laughed Fronle myt1I that i Ton r8 face flushed angrily look a step forward crying You 1o vlqiiow What can you know unless i par DIeu you are wooing her and in pf t teBd tom rr lerrourle1t FroBtenaij fairly choUed with mcrrl r ment at theti worda When tandf al fl8Pe agam he said nboth0likeV lTosU veraI8trfdes upand 0 dowh U then turning to hlsIIOItIpanlt med ril bl1tl am dl 6fct84 ajiijo jsptwlMt I my Hear t tal1d de kayolOtreason tor i y raaduaee r meet a beautlfu wom tlintoir Jnlgbt tl niet ye8 tle O a t 1 He i 1 tyrto lo belieye that b Wt UB her 1Toyearsla rlIIJIchkli J88 d Sndli th wman JCJeaadSIw q wjiom I left acrose the nets as f rdlr of thE 1 meet b rlterc r wlllj1t itreco l m You r1 isJK of Jao she dfislree the 1 OR 4IntallcltJte veil lJcJnDleulhfIN u rtOee no ourKVJnac tc l termYJriend lHftiWhCltf1ame with 3 18 I CmrfeeH replied J IIItI MJ1 tJ Jt 1 tlie g IUS IIlr l Qr M11 a ifli 3RPJ trlI I rIf 1j tt Jl t o H rJ jI lJ 7 4 f n 00 t titJ 1 Ior iJo 0 0 womM mind If Madame Gizari were here s Madame Bin rled Shehas neer knu aerY cbargethatcame Mlserlcorde ejaculated Tontt He then related to the governor the details of the attempt to entrap him through the agency of that woman be toro he had left Quebec Frontenac opened his eyes and whistled softly She then has reason to dislike you She offered to your dishonorable friend becomeI pulsed her site accordingly your dishonored enemy I muttered to himself after a moments thought Tontitewas re ply except the sunlight advancing Jhe floor which reminds mo that solutionAfter Tonti had left tho room Fron tenac sat awhllo burled In thought At partedluthat occurred to him He evidently relished his little joke for the next weelc the mere sight of Tonti or Ucuee In the distance was sufficient to set hisain excellent humor at the next council so that for tho first time since arrival of Duchesnean there was absolutely no friction Ills merrl ment even followed him Into sleep and be found Himself awaking with a laugh on mare than ono occasion He sent for Renee ono day and taklngrher hand In his great palm said kindly Ma chcre I have been con sidering the request you made me and am persuaded that you are right believe indeed It is for your best happi ness that you should go I will send you to Montreal with the nun that ac companies you there to await the ar rival of the rest of the expedition that I am dispatching to tlie relief of La Salle and which win be large enough to protect you Then he added with a twinkle in his eye I know you will not find in the woods another rascal as base as you believe M Tonti to be To Tonti he said In farewell I have been thinking over your predicament of mind and can give you no solution now Time will determine all things and set matters right Now banish all thoughts of love and back with all speed to your comrades I have made arrangements for the most important load of all to be shipped fi Montreal When you arrive there yu will receive It Guard It with your very life and convey It In your own canoe as It will prove indeed to be a treasure for La Salle Ho watched TonUs figure grow smaller and smaller in the distance and finally turned away with a sigh and the enigmatical remark I have done the best I could If they do not find themselves It will not be my fault AB they paddied up the stream on tho return voyage the men kept time to an old chanson that they sang lustily Tciitl did not join in the song His mind and heart were tilled with a strange perplexity Hs hall been un able to nee Renee ttgatn during blil stay in Quebec and rumors hadI I HAVE DONE THE BEST I COULD reached him that ehe had left again for some distant point on an errand of mercy Her refusal to recognize him rankled In his heart Ho liDuRlOt what he could have done to merit her ilsapprovsl He hall Intended tellingJin thinking that she would be content to talk to him and thus although it were I kr discuss the excellencies of his rhaIS tlUowhat would his comrade think when lie told him that be had seeD her and yet brought no message from her A be sltbattimes to every man as the result of battled end VorQr hope deferred that humanhnatl1tnut be t 1rnor faltered although surrounded on every hand by foesopenaqdse ret by tho giant obstacles of nature and the checks of chance and circumstance quietened tlpose snltvoyaBeur UeJ1ee WRltedat 1Ionu anbearrlal the party with a f Un of relief and happiness The voyage from Que bee had been made without discomfort as long as the leagues were left behind her spirits had risen and sho to given herself up to the njoyment the heaithful Ce about ttthein waiting She thereupon reC2 with her companion to riverside to embark with a lightlp ngjourIney do fce frocv tho paddles of a group of canoes I Bawtooone0n reaching the landing she i ehelttJhe leader engaged In conver eatton with one of the furtradersIturned toward her and s1 erecognl in him the man from whom abcql fled She saw Tiim start and as though with felgnedsurprlse stood rooted tc the spot m aston lshment and anger How he couifl herproposedexpediPEUbnsh taken great care at Quebec that suit r destination should not be known one but the superior and Frbntelj Jtnew she did not believe that either of these would betray her The knowinghsociety pan her was Insufferable But nothing pould be now There malnderof the caaoes had already de Bad parted and there was no ieecapc so to aHiti9niti5 to her aid alfthe prl ib of r r a race that for generations had ion mighttlregarded the doffed cap and proffered arm and took her appointed seat with out a word CHAPTER XIX TUBDEEPCLIMBS A TIIEB Through the long sunny days past capo and rivermouth flowerfringed bank and wooded islands the tlon hurried on without let or dranco from human roe or Natures ad verso whim Renee contented herself with conversing In low tones with companion whilst Tonti from his po sltlou In the bow neither st oko nor turned his head On landing he perlntcnded carefully tho erection the bark hut that sheltered the men for the night and made all or their occupancy Their meals were cooked and served as daintily as the rude means available would allow Mohegan hunter In some mysterious manner always providing fresh fowl or fish or tender bird to tempt their appetite To him and to Pompon who served them Renee was all gracious ness but Tonti who cared for every detail and who unknown to them slept before their door each night ceived no thanks Ho did nut to force himself upon them maintain- Ing always a respectful distance anti a demeanor full of deferential courtesy Delightful as these attentions have been from the Tonti she had first known they became under circumstances anything but agreeable almost unbearable for It seemed to Renee that perceiving as he must her repugnance for him he was choos- Ing the most successful way to torture her and render her miserable AntI so the bitterness in her heart for the man she had once loved In creasedAt l the distant glimpse of the walls of Fort Frontenac was hailed with delight as being the end of the first stage of their long pilgrimage They landed amid the welcome of and shouts of men Tonti provided the commanding officers house for the use of Renee and the nun and detailed one of the mission girls to wait upon them A slight delay was necessary here in order to transfer the contents of canoes ton small 20ton vessel was placed at the disposal of Tonti With this the men were to sail across the lake to the Niagara and haul the goods to the fort Tonti reached It This would some time He preferred to along the southern shore of the with his party liv their canoe a procedure lesa dangerous as weH as of greater comfort for his passengers While these matters were being nr ranged Renee and the nun wandered about the Indian settlement near the fort viewing their mode of living with much Interest as this was the first glimpse of an Indian camp that they had ever hild They were received- with kindness and sought to relieve the sufferings of two or three of the old men of theXribe who were bed ridden One day Rente had allowed the nun to rctunto the Cortahead or her and was sauntering along the edge of the lakcShe finally stopped at a pointI overlobkihg tho water and stood gwI Ing at the scene spread out before her The distant buildings of tho fort tho curling smoko from the fires ol the Indian encampment were the only signs of human habitation visible Behind her a fw yards distant was the dark graou of the primeval forest while In front on one side stretched the watery wastes of a great sea Her thoughts passed over the restless sur face ni another greater sea to the laud of her birth und a feeling of lonell ness came over her as sho realized iier fsolatetl Iwsition ami she won ercI tbo strango vicissitudes or the life that ie bon Dieu had led her througli The recollection of that bright day at Choisy came to her afresh when In her girlish eagerness yho had penned the words of the soni she had sung penned them to the throbbing of a heart newly awakened to the flist tender thrills of a strange new passion that seemed to satisfy all the yeamlngs of her nature and made all things new Until be comes she murmured in a saddened dreamy retrospect Ah wh had he not coniefor rather wny had he who had come not proved worthy Was love then all a dream weN no men deserving was there not one who merit all that rich store of heart mind that she felt was hers to gh07 to ltlho come to her In thIs vast wilderness Ah when and who I am tome upoUc n familiar voico a hesitating tone and then stopped Sho wheeled quickly about and saw standing few paces bshlnd her had been su busied with her own that she had not heard him breakthrough the cover of the wood is and approach On his back was a hug i load oC small balsam boughs that had cut He threw them down be hint and removing his cap con dPanlonmc mademoiselle if I have you I have been gather c t rldritfear you have rested on the Ithere11knoware distasteful to nie that I would rather sleep upon the bare ground tlprepared dblllclleekbpwover In a calm voice lam come as I was about to tell you to thank you for a service ren tJered me autl to ask OU tohearlen the few words I have to say Wljl you nbt listen to me J c nh rdIY choose but hearw a to disdainful reply since you are ln the only path by which I escape The young man stepped to one side by an lsad with a he haughtiness In his voice I not wish to detain you against your Iio will Twas but a simple civil requeit made and one that I felt I had a right to expect would be granted Again Rcneo broke forth to Right What rights have you over tnoth t am bound to respect feeling herself the ungracious of her speech ebe continued more a Go on I will listen I wish to thank you then began Toril tor your assistance in my escape from Paris It was admirably planned and all the arrangements were I feel I owe It v you that I not detained In Franca as the reo of the uiifortunato ontring of my duel wIth the Comto do MIrou rToBc Coiitlnueti Clear RK Mud Mrs Chugwatei Jo Iab what Is xae meaning of the word equinox nn Mr ChgwaterIt comrs tr4m eqnus hors r and nrtlcus ivl forhorJes Will you never lenrri use yoiipJONyn inlnjr te2ti Tribune II Li r w m 1 fIc v jH Iiit fm t JOSEPH IN EGYPT theUhlbwayA Vision Between the Lines c Cods Inspired Word tOorjrtgbl lij J X El u 1Scriliturc Authority And It tame to pas when Joseph was tome unto his brethren that they etrlpt Joseph out of his coat his coat of many colors that WitS himerno water In It And Jmlahsiild unto M brethren What profit Is It It we slay 11our brother und conceal his blood Como Ilflet us Bell him to tha Ishmaclltes and let our haUl be upon linn for lie is our rethrenIylies merchantmen nnd they drew and llftt nil up Joseph out of the pit nnd solU Joseph orlherIIIAnd Pntlphar an officer of Pharaoh cap tain of the Guard an Ksypllan boighl him of trie hands of the lahniaclltca which had brought htm down thither Anil the Lord Irosleroustho Egyptlanaen sJ II K s 381 f NOTHER day and InItS II t Joseph without appearing caughttivcrsation to learn 10thisfact and that itff VIII Ilollopclls the Im- perlal city was desilJAS b n sIc il himself about the camp where the night was to bo spent he watched the little group of merchantmen engaged in earnest conversation From their low toues and the furtive glances which they cast in his direction frequently ho felt that U was about him they were stalkIng Jfo knew he was to be sold Into servitude nnd that at that very mo ment they were planning how they could raako the best bargain but a strange calmness and resignation pose sessed him When ho had been sold antitlnllulgentr agonyt beIShieobedience to their commands he tried to make the best of his misfortune rmgInplans for him were to be thus spoil by their plotting and wickedness He would do the best he could wherever circumstances placed blui Surely God could be with him In Egypt ar well asal home with hie father1 and brethren Ho would try to be faith ful to the God of his father cost what It would And In this spirit he had busied himself about the camp and ou the jourae helping where hfIcould and despite the sadness that neheertulibearing soon won the favor and COtlI powerheand close guarding of the first rewI days larger liberties had been him Tim fetters had been taken offI his legs and ho was permitted toI move alwut much as lio chose even going ou romo occasions quite a dls tanco for the water supply Where It had hoeti possible they had encamped hy the side of till well or spring journeybutnlng stream and the ramp had b n pitched some distance from its brink In order that they might take advan tago of tbn higher ground Taking tho tiiupty water skins ou the hack of one of the assea Joseph started for the river wlillo tho tshmaclltts con tinucd their council W shall sell him for a goodly sum one of tile men was saying Yes responded tlin leader of the company fitroklDg his scanty beard thoiiRbtftilly and peering after the youth with cold calculating eye that measurO hid favorably points he Is wcllfavorud of rlrung limb awl able and willing and capable I know the Egyptian who will be willing to pay roundly for him Who You dout IUPun Pulior the keeper of tbo kings gardens Tho same By the god4 than art clever ex claimed tho first speaker with a grin I was about to BuTJKcSnsrnViTJf he always eager elhavis youth and beauty to com 1ll1 them Yea and he is always In ne d of more for under his cevertoexa lions tho strongest soon age and lose their beauty and thru thou knoweet their fate But what Is than lie ex claimed suddenly as he llflei- eycs jTrnl tookcd towards tile others turned as hi spoke a company of Egyptian so dlsmountini and giving their hcnear tjio place where J was engaged In filling the watei ties That they were Impressed 4 attractiveness of the youth 1 from the glanccn cast ii and after moments A lion among themselves the mauiler of the force went to bin V Joseph unable to understand W8S salll h him Indlcatell by i that ho belonged to tho compai traders yonder and was being j v Egpt lo be sold Poor Joseph How he want t tell him his troubles how ho t been toni from his home and his brothers to these traders wanted to appeal to them for but he knew It was useless and was powerless to change tuor which awaited him AB ho wat the soldiers remount and ride om y a smart canter he fnlt the Imp jump on the ass and rldo a them Ami then as quickly allying tho roily of such a course 1tlifted Ills eyes to heaven and breat tprayer that God would take car 1 i him i 0Jhasts TAX ON BEER AND CIG Germany Needs More Money to 5 A peud on Its Fleet Poor Con lition of Exchequer jf JUerlln Germans arc threatened extra tJuty onthelr twowost crr 1 braleJ luxuries tnHr cigar and tl glass cf beer 3 Baron Vou Stengel the imperial ui 7istr of flcanc saya the cxcljcnuei jioa tieplurnbie eout9liotj and mui t i t wt f fh y L 1 i drnn of Abraham will be with me even in Egypt be reassured himself as he threw the bulging water bottles over tha balk of the ass and started to return to the camp And then bo recalled hearing his father tell how Abraham had gone down into Egypt years and years before anil how at last ho had come out with great sub stance and the memory comforted him and he felt the hope rising with In him that he too would return to the land of his fathers some day But ono resolve fixed Itself firmly within his heart and that was that he would remain true to his God ant be patient and faithful in whatever place his lot was cast Over antI over again tho next day as they continued the journey and at last in tho afternoon entered the city tniB thought was uppermost in the boys mind and Instead of giving way to his loneliness and grief he studl jously set himself to see and hear and teaman that he could It was his first sight of a great city and be round himself marveling at the beauty and grandeur of the buildings the temples the great statues and the lofty obelisks which eeemed to him to reach farther towards tho blue of the cloudless sky than tho beloved mountains of Hebron In the market place whither they directed their course they found tho motley throng which had filled the court all day long beginning to dis perse The traders after displaying their wares all the day were now packing them np and preparing for ofrorhind tbo lofty tablelands of tho Libyan desert The new arrivals com ing at that lato hour did tiot attract muclr attention and they BOOH found a place for their camels and asses anq quickly began to make themselves comfortable for the night while the leader hastened off eager to find Pulior and arrange with him for the purchase of Joseph Better take him with me he muttered to himself abruptly turning and retracing bis steps one night of the youth will bo better than all the fair praise which I can speak Now it chanced that very day that Puhor who was a man of violent tem per pad for a trivial offense struck one of the slaves with the heavy stave which ho always carried when supervising the work of the garden and hart badly Injured him that he was incapable of further service That evening the king was to hold a garden party and when too late he had realized that he was shorthanded and was quite In despair what to do for he needed a stave to attend to the lamps near tho main banqueting table It was at this juncture that Joseph and bis master were admit ted to tbo garden and the attendant came nnd notified Pubor that a party waited without to see him Let him walt he muttered churl- Ishly This Is a pretty time of day to come And turning he again dropped Into a sullen study over the problem which confronted him Had he known who it was awaiting him at the sate he would not havu been so slow to respond hut fortunately for Joseph circumstances were to deliver him from a cruel master and from a ultuation which would have meant his ruin Voices on tbo far side of a clump of beautiful rose bushes drew Josephs attention while he stood waiting for the words spoken were In Aramaic It was two of the slaves of the garden und one was telling the other what Puhor hall that day done to one of the servants No one is safe In his presence ho ended by saying and as they moved off Joseph caught the words of the other Tho gods pity tho wretch who la round to fill his place Josephs heart sank within him Was tills the Kind of a master Into whoso hands lie was to he nolil Was this to Uo Ms lot Was ho to be In daily fear of hIs lifo and suffer humiliation and cruel blows A bitter struggle began within his heart and tile rev brief moments bo stood there eeemud ait age to him in which doubt and distrust of God sought to gain the mastery Out at last a silent prayer rose from his heart and he round himself pleading for help and as though by way of answer there came stealing Into his heart a new confidence in God Abraham trusted God when in Esypt he thought and God do fivcred him from his perils Will Ho not be as gracious to one of Abrahams reed An exclamation of surprise find pleasure aroused him and bo looked up to sop tho Egyptian officer who accosted him ut the river the after hlDlIwllnhim say lo the Ishraaellte trader Tbnu dost reek a purchaser I would be possessed of tho youlhjf 4 Name thy ii i al tl f i tLr ft Wi t I t= = J v I j f iiJAJ tiJ p i 0 t JJtd IH 1iVo fi Yffj Mi t fiif t INTERESTING STATE NEWS f THE KENTUCKY GRANGE j lit Meeting at Covlngton Wat Closed With a Banquet Covlngton Ky Oct 2GWlth tile banquet following tho conferring of the sixth degree to 75 candidates the annual meeting of the Kentucky Grange association officially came to an end Tho principal address of the day was that of cxGov Bachelder of New Hampshire who is the national lecturer of the National association Gov Bachelder confined himself to complimenting the local association in his morning address but at the banquet In the evening gave a very eloquent speech He told of tho various new ideas that had been brought to the attention of tho National associa tlon during the last year regarding the newest and best wayln which to ralsa the various crops found In this state COUNTRY POSTMASTERS Three of Them Are Held For the Federal Court at London Ky London Ky Oct 2GMrs Millie Philpot iKjstmistress at Urban Clay county and the wifo of Granville Phil pot exstate representative from the 71st district was tried before United States Commissioner F B Riley hero paddIngRockbapmistress at Byron wero tried at tho same time for conspiracy in the same crime AH wero held over to the sec ond day of the federal court which convenes here November 27 AH the parties belong to prominent families HURLED FROM A BRIDGE Thirteen Persons Injured in a Train Wreck Near Lexington Lexington Ky Oct 28 Passengers on theLoulsvllIo Southern train No 9 due here at 7 oclock had a narrow escape when the train was hurled from a bridge even miles from here Into a creek feetbeow Thirteen were Injurccibut none was killed Two of the lnjuredyere seriously hurt and may mail was saved but all tBe baggage was destroyed or damaged by water The bridge la 150 feet long and 40 feet high and built of wood A relief train was sent to the scene with physicians and the injured were brought hero for atten tion Flies Suit For Damage Ellzabethtown Ky Oct28T C Crawford administrator of the estate of R L EwcU has filed suit In the November term of the Hardln circuit court against tho Louisville Nash ville Railroad Co for 25000 for the death of Ewell at La FollctUs Tenn on August 15ey1905 Largest Towboat In the World Louisville Kr Oct 28The Inspec tion of the Sprague the largest tow boat In the world was completed by local offlclalsin the government servo Ice Early next week the boat will tart south with 05 barges of coal the largest tow ever handled by a tow boat r New Railroad Line Somerset Ky Oct 2GL F Hub ble one of the directors of the Cum berland River Nashville Railroad Co which flied a mortgage of 2500 000 in the county clerks offlce hero for the erection pf a new railroad from Corbin through this county to Nashville is here Yorks Condition Critical Lawrenceburgv Ky Oct 27The condition of William H York who attempted to commit suicide in the coun ty jail here by taking ac overdose of morphine and then cutting his throat with a dirk Is very critical It Is feared he may not live to face trial Mon day Babe Drank Acid Bellevue Ky Oct 26The two gjGeorgeduring1 the temporary absence of ey mother climbed on a chair and reach ing to a high shelf secured a bottla of carbolic acid and drank a portion dying later Gooch Declared Insane hIMack Henry Goocb near Waynesburg aIthe asylum three times vC rtct For 10000 Shelbyville Ky Oct 8Tbe jury In the Shelby circuit court returned n verdict for 110000 against G Ian Co of Cblcagq for alleged violation of contract in selling schoolbooks In this county Laying Natural Gas Pipe Lexington Ky Oct 28Tbe Cen tral Kentucky Natural Gas and Oil Co capital 1500000 began laying pipes in this city to furnish Lexington Winchester and Mt Sterling with natural h gas Similar forces started at each of the other two clUes Jockeys Father Denies It Lexington Kyct 28 Sanford C Lyhe father of Jockey Lucien Lyne made an emphatic denial of the report sent out from Now York to the effect that his son was on the blacklist with several other jockeys Kentucky Veterans Meet Louisville Ky Oct 27 Several hundred confederate veterans from all over Kentucky assembled at tho Confederate homo Poweo Valley to attend the annual reunion An address tl was delivered by Commander Col Ben cett H Young of Louisville J W McCanahan Expires Frankfort Ky Oct 27J Wes Mc Clanahan 78 died of Brights disease served several years as mayor of his city and president of tho Frank In female college Ho built Provl ence Baptist church Ready For First Dividend Bowling Green Ky Oct 26E L Alottley trustee for the bankrupt firm bf P J Potters Sons bankers has on land 9728595 of the 1019000 as sets and a meeting of the creditors las been called for October tl when he first dividend will be declared Fell and rracturedI Lexington Ky Oct 26 well one of the n of Lexington slipped onHipIaxed floor at her home ark and sustained a rUle Up by the fall d THE MINERS STRIKE Twenty pInkerton Detectives Wer Arrested at GturglaI Sturgis Ky Oct 21 Twenty Pin kerton detectives frosn St Louis who guardtheCo during the strike were arrested Thursday on a charge of entering the state as an armed body They were released on 1500 bond each tho bonds being signed by President Gardner of the coal company There are no indications that the strike will end soon as the operators appear deter mined not to unionize their mines and the strikers aro firm VAULITRIED TO OPEN BANK The Citizen of Wlllard Were Awakened By the ExplosionI Owensvlllc Kj Oct 28A gang ot robbers made an attempt to rob the bank at Wlllanl Carter county Tho robbers gained an entrance to the vault and exploded a charge of nitro- glycerine tailing to open the door Tho explosion aroused the cItizens who ran to thq bank but the robbers had fled Bloodhounds traced them to the C O at Eo K Junction Thla is believed to bo the same gung that robbed Ralney Bras store iu Carter county of 2500 MARGARET WILLIAMS The Girl Found With Her Parents Who Are Reunited 2iMargaretWlIUams homo or her Costermother Irs B lL Ebkcr of 1310 Central avenue Cln clnnati last Sunday afternoon after a visit to tho Lyceum theater bas beell located by Humane Ofllcer J D Har mon She Is with her parents from JudglCaldwellcinnatl but as her father aud mother are reunited the child will bo allowed to remain in their custody SUBTERRANEAN CHANNEL It Is Reported To Rival in Size and Beauty the Mammoth Cave Louisville Ky 0ct271t is report ed here that an immense subterranean channel which promises to surpass In size and beauty the famous Mammoth Cave has been discovered near Glas glow Junction Barren county Onto nrm already has been explored for a distance of seven mlles Further progress was stopped by a wide and swift river It was not possible to tell tha magnitude of this stream They Gave Bond Louisville lyOct 26 Sebastian Zorn Thomas G Williams and Jesse A Bushfleld gave bond In tho United States court In the sum bf 2000 each to answer March 13 1906 to tha charge of having violated the Inte state commerce law In unlawfully ItJratesItLexington rr1sonlHarthere at tho home of UsIrwhom Miss Darker Is visit RevlIart ristlan churchwho Is pastor or lde wblle ho ebat Fulton Mo 25 was attending th lble college here SensatlC Sult1Flled Covington Oct 27A sensa Uonal suit echo of the lynching of WllllanUjbJ6 Flemlngsburg Ky J 3was AloJ In the ted ra1 court bfMriI Mary Thacker the wid ow Sfle Is suing George Gordon and other citizens of Flemlngsburg for 550 00 damages for mobbing her bus band FlIes Mortgage at Paducah Paducah Ky Oct 27 W B Smith missing former president of Western National bank of Louisville has flld In the McCrackon county court a more of a house and lot and half iti is In 31 acres of land to his broths ers C L Smith and Ray Smith for 20000 which he claims he owes theic Committed Suicide By Drowning London Ky Oct 27 Mrs Jess Mathlas wife of Jesse Mathlas a blacksmith living three miles west of committed suicide by jumping a large well Bhe was about years old Her mind had been unbal for several days She was not for an hour MrsThomas Britton Dead Lexington Ry Oct 28 Mrs Ell abeth Britton 71 is dead at St Jo sephs hospital after an illness of sev eral weeks She was the widow of i the late noted trotting horseman Tommy Britton who bred and raced j the famous trotter bearlngUhat name Death Verdict1 Against Johnson Louisville Ky Oct 28 Cornelius Johnson the young negro wno shot and killed Conrad Kaiser constable and saloonkeeper In the county will rendered against him la the criminal court Is carried out William Fromandi Dead Covington Ky Oct 28 The par ents of William Fromandi received a telegram from San Francfaco stating that he had died of tuberculosis Fro mandi waa serving In the regular army and saw service In the Philippines For Kentucky Companies Frankfort Ky Oct 27 The court of appeals held that the secretary of state is compelled by law to record incorporation articles if they substan with the statutory re JheCalled By Death Louisville Ky Oct 27 Mrs Cath erine L Thomas wife pf W H Thom as president of the wholesale liquor establishment of W H Thomas Son 114 East Main street died of paraly sis Thursday morning Shot By the Farmer Paducah Ky Oct 26 Sam Brad ley n fanner shot and fatally wound J H Albritton a rail way section foreman at Pricersburg Graves coun ty The cause of tho tragedy has not yet been ascertained Bradley has dl appeared Britton and Herron Acquitted Harrodsburg Ky Oct Tae jury returned a verdict of n t guilty in tle caiic of Policeman WMHam Brjt ton and Luther Hcrron charged with the wurder of Represeiitalive Sam C j Ulnck the iilKlit of Augvet THE SCIENCE OF LIVWG 2 Dr George T atl r Talto Hew tf Zat and How to Assimilate Dr George F Butler medlcalsufer Intendent of the Alma Springs Sani tarium Alma Mich in the Oc tober number ot How to Live gives some interesting as well as sensible rules for acquiring and keeping health Ho says Without we cat and drink we diet The provocative to do both rests with the appetite which in process of time becomes a very uncertain guide for the palate will often induce a desire and rellsU for that which is most mischievous and indigestible The old saying ot eat what you like Is nowfSjiBned by everybody of 20 yeaYsAeiJerience Still without appetite it is a very difficult affair to subsist for the pleas ure depends chiefly upon the relish The relish may become as has beea stated a vitiated one but it is quit possible to make the stomach by a little forbearance and practice as enamored of what is wholesome and nutritious as of that which is hbrtful and not concoctlhle Again he says The delicate should feed carefully nbt abundantly it Is not quantity which nourishes but only that which assimilates Be careful ot your digestion i the keynote ot the doctors argument Ho says Health In man as in other animals depends upon the proper per forraance of all the functions These functions may be shortly said id be three 1 tissue change 2 re moval of waste 3 supply of new material For the activity of man like the heat of the fire by which bo cooks his food is maintained by combustion and just as the fire may be prevented from burning brightly by Improper disposition of the fuel or imperfect supply ot air and as it will certainly go out if fresh fuel is not supplied and may be choked by its own ashes so mans activity may be lessened by imperfect tissue change and may be put an end to by an insufficient supply of new materji and imperfect removal of waste prod wets 1 We should see to it that fr j ellm inatlon is maintained for the ashes must bo kept out of the system in or der to have good health The skin kidneys and bowels must do their ellmlnative work properly If the bowels occasionally become torpid try to regulate them with exercise and proper food such as frt3lirrg82 vegetables salads cereals corn whole wheat pr graham read flsb poultry light soups Plenty of I also valuator and a glass fun pf cor o ing fn t e morning will aid ovcrcomfag constipation habit cUd baths and vS are very eflWcIous In ca i consti patiences not yigj 80 hTSl enic mfsures eo simple harmlesa f jjiTof senna in flg syrup ny mineral waters are bone n some cases but not to be em d continually bove all be an optimist keep the J rt young Cultivate kindness erfulnes8 and love and do not for get that we shall pass through this world but once Any good that we do or any kind that we show to any human be let us do it now Let us not defer or neglect it for wo shall cot pass way again THE MEDICAL SPHERE In the leprosy experiments at Manila cases have been treated byRpentgen rays and six a e reported actually cured while the disease has been checked in several whose bodies are partially gone A Russian medical man h Decided that electric light is least injc ius to the eyes He says that the bftener the lids are closed the greater the fatigue and consequent injury J3y experiments he finds that the lids would close in candle light 63 times per minute gas 28 times sun 22 times electric light 18 times- Numerous successful trials in the Hos pitals have proved that QulnaLarocbe is especially suitable for elderly per sons and delicate children and that It most effective in cases of gastralgia dyspepsia neuralgia emaciation fle presslon of spirits slow convalescence illness after confinement chlorosis and scrofula It is an antlpyceUc in t cases of fever pneumonia rheumvySm influenza and other acute inflammatory condition The exhilaration from ozone is mis leading it appears and the gas Is now classed with those that are poisonous and is to be used with due caution It depressing effects on the nervous sys tem are especially felt by workers with electrical machines Prof K Viede mann a German physicist mentions having suffered somewhat Beyerjeily from a nervous affection of thefeetV lasting a year or two and he always experiences discomfort after performing experiments in his lectures on Tesladls c PARALYSIS CURED Oaic 8 em Hopeless kut YieWwl Dr William Pink PHIa Mr Kenney has actuallyescaped troia theparalytioafotetovrhlchheBeemeda short time ago hopelessly doomed The surprising report has been fully verified and some important details secnred in a personal Interview with the recent suf ferer The doctor said Mr Kenney told mo that it I wanted to live any length of time I wonld have to give np work al together aud he told my friends that the paralysis which had began would iu timo involve my whole bodr Just bow were yon afflicted at this time Mr Kcuneyvras asked Well I had first hot and then cold and clammy feelings and at times ray as if needles were being stuck These sensations were followed terrible pnius and agaiu Iwould have no feeling at all but a numbnesa would come over me and Iwould not beable to move The most agonising tortures camo from headaches a in the Nightaf ter night fconld riot gefmjr uuiuraiBivvpuuuiuy njrebViuwtMiinf Acvjkva by the strain ot torturing pains and th effect of the opiates I was to take to iuduce As I look back ou tbo terrible euffenng I endured this period Iof ten wonder how Itetaileii ay reason through it all But relief came quickly 1 fwas induced to try Dr WilluiusPIfc Pills for Pale People The veryTratlliOKXi seemed to help me aud seven boxe n 4e me entirely well There can bo nadotlkt about the thoroughness of iiiy have worked steadily ever since aedtfet is nearly four years Mr Kenney is at present employedbr the Merrimao Hat and resides at 101 Anbin street AmesbnryT Masa The remedy which nsed witUjsuca results is sold b all gists or direct by the Dr Vllianis ICcdiciite Compat ScU nectiidjyN JT tiS3 3s i 7 Ai- c tt ir nonai XV 3PB1NT I t Mrs Pear during the several Art tic expeditions whereon she accom panied her husband became an expert and fearless walrus hunter eMrs Ijuclnda Watnlns ot Alter biry 111 is 96 her daughter is 76 her granddaughter 54 her great granddaughter 37 her greatgreat greatgreatIe ten months She has 131 living descendants aurIq1LSIb Spirit massacre of 1857 is Ulna at Pillsbury Point Lake Okobojl la She has written aull purchada theretyoungest and least no4the oil kings brothers 3 Is reserved and unpretentious his liobby being the tamingof wild ani mals at his home near Cleveland WIckllffeonthoLake On tits Kan sas ranch ho has railed 3000 horses and SOoOO cattle- Constantln Scliususs a young Rus sian supposed to bo Count Constantln I a Stranzinskl is studying railroading in e this country He Is not taking a t ItTh course in any college or technicale school but Is at work on the New York Central railroad learning the business from the bottom up George U Blabon son of the late rIr GW Blabon who died in Phlladcl j c llhla a year ago leaving J1500QOOO but cutting off his son was hurled by S the 0 A n in San Jose Cal recent ly as he had died penniless and alone in a cabin on a ranch He was a vet eran of tho civil wart J IL Seger agent of the Cheyenne Indians at Colony has adopted a plan of having the young Indians of the set tlement earn their livelihood by doing J farmwork In that section Ho has Is4 4sue1brdera that all of them prepare themlJiatpend upon this work Mrs John D Rockefeller cares as uforsociety as does her husband Of rather less than the usual height f unassuming and quiet she is not a woman who is readily remembered k Imed few people know her and these p are mostly members of the Baptist servicesia tr goer lind when her health permits at churchIt I4j 4 110t FOREIGN SOURCES svi Kearly everybody in Abyssinia car i rie3 aJlobinson Crusoe straw umbrella which cannot be closed The first notes of the Marseillaise ofSgreeting in London i Malodorous automobiles and motor cydps are not allowed at Pontreslna Ute fashionable Swiss resort Because bf the dust raised by automo biles Jtris getting to be difficult In Eng lajto rent houses on roads used by motor cars- Ovini to the insufficient supply of I apothecary clerks iii Germany there Is c an Insistent demand that women should be educated for places in drug stores helene Lorensen a Copenhagen Zt dressmaker 17 years old had a record I of haying jilted 11 lovers in two years 5whe this eleventh ended her promising career with a dagger The porters of the market place in Parisvearry strapped on their backs groat baskets full of garden produce Often see a man with a load of cab bag s thai is bigger than himself a For drinking a glass of beer in a rail ff7 way refreshment room at Frankfort In the presence of an officer a German sol 4 dier has been courtmartialed and sen ImprIsonmentAIn order to aid the police In maintain a ing or4eron the occasion of a recent retorraie the authorities of the town- bj c of Rezemburg Germany compelled all local cyclists to enroll themselves ajfcong the police jroir NAT NOT KNOW j A goodostrich is worth 300 Diamonds havo been found in me tA tcprites Most deaths occur between sunset and sun rs rTbeTrbbln is the last bird to go to 1 bed at night rns8l SacJd is the most rapid poison 4 f IngcantakeIl1s can be watched by Jhe p b public at one dollar a head in Italy The mountain spider of Ceylon z 4 pcaiiet of yellow silk ten feet In 1 A ClJnkmaneannot be patvlal to his- sons In uiswiil All must snare and Ssb alike I One million dollars a year in stones j IIsstolen from the South African dia moot mines 1 Imprisonment In childhood is the factor In the creation of ha Sobltuaicrlmlnalst Biting the naIls Is called onchyo pain France and is regarded M a symptcmoIdegeneracy rr Jp SWOEZY SITS t pA girl sever marries the best man which may be the reason so many of them marry the wrong man proft l Yoke a wOJl1aaqulte sO much as to be prepared for an emergency that tails s4 tUmerge + Talk Is said to be cheap but almost thatr3c is dose at Nome comes high 0 4 f 1 FUNNY i n People Will Drink Cofee When It Th1ngstI I began 10 use Postiim because the poisonedin7iN I or breaking down and the doctor warned ma thatZmuat quit it ILS My chief ailment was nervousness lrt t trouble f- IADYunexpected noise would cause we the most painful palpitation make weakAosWaudbegUto- t drink 1 when I left oS the old coffee f4m fl IIeni heIpmo Just as soon a 441 1 t eK ectajbi the other kind of t to 7cqFeMaed aWay It did not stimu f late me for then leavo 1 l me weak and CJsaa coffee used It tIidQjtJ IstioCthat It built upmy il It gQirwitisUj illed a constant vigor J to 2u3PY5t441 WIkk I can always rely hCD Jc biea tftodcthe biggest 1 adayawork w1thout gettIn g t 0Jt feAl the heart trol1bleetc hair 4f pasjediiyr1 1Iaely JO all uiy cliildret X i from t1e aieeJto the Ildestandlty t keeps them ill bealthy andhearty tl r Name tvglveB byVPostuM Co BatU- Creekt T Mick t tJt Theres a reteo tJ 5ReftdtheIttIe book The Road t JitrifW lJvm r ik pkjfc 1 1 1 t t E la j t- y llrl 13 p l l i wcr ti a lJ f3r ri 1 it 0 J L Jy J J 7 WORLDS NEWS INt CONDENSED FORM Pithy and Pointed Paragraphs- of Recent Interesting Happenings EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD The Dolnas of the Government Of ficials Crimes and Casualties and Other Notes of Gen eral teresiThe Presidents Southern Trip l Presidents Roosevelt concluded a strenuous day In Alabama by a twoI hours visit to Birmingham where his reception In keeping with those given him at Montgomery and Tuskegee was hearty and soulstirring His day be gan at 7 oclock when the special train left Montgomery for Tuskegee VisitsI to the Tuskegeo normal and industrial Institute and to the Methodist female college wero crowded into a little less than two hours and the noon hour had Just arrived when he executive step ped from his car in Montgomery In the evening he visited DirmlnghnmI President Roosevelt spent seenIhours In and around Little Rock Ark lie made two addresses in one of which ho denounced lynching and In doing so elicited hearty applause ThoI grounds and buildings of the garrison at Big Rock were visited and a salute of 21 guns was fired Tim president had a guard of honor composed of 12 union army veterans headed by Col A S Fowler and 12 former confeder ates headed by former Coy Ban W Jones They rode in pairs each for mer confederate by the lido of a federal army veteran The president ended his southern tour at New Orleans where ho received an oration Ho Warded tho lighter Magnolia and was transferred later to tho cruiser West Virginia For four days he will be absent from American soil which has never heretofore hap retied to a president during his Incum first accident to mar President Roosevelts southern trip occurred when the lighthouse tender Magnolia with the president on board collided with the fruit 8teamerEsparta near Nairn La Doth vessels went aground but no person was seriously Injured The government revenue cutI ter Ivy went to the rescue of the presi dent and took the entire party oft the stranded vessel and proceeded dOwn the river putting them aboard the West Virginia Miscellaneous News Item At Pablonlce in the government of Piotrakoff Poland dragoons fired on a demonstration of 4000 workmen killing two and wounding 14 A mIll tary patrol refused to mount guard on the streets Many policemen are leav ing the servlcd It Is reported from Kicff that three regiments have mutinied In the so 1thI western provinces and there are alarm lug reports of the doubtful fidelity of three battalions of Infantry The court is in revolt against the emperor who is vacillating between the counsels of his ministers to grant the constitution with Count Wltte as premier and the advice of the reactionaries to proclaim a dictatorship under Gen Count Alexis Ignatieff a member of tho council of the Russian empire A dispatch from Odessa says there have been two serious conflicts there between tho troops and a mob In which 27 persons wero killed and 90 wounded A collision between the military and a crowd of students and strikers oc curred in Odessa The soldiers with out warning fired point blank int- othopIe killing 20 and wounding 60 Differences have developed between Count Witte and Gen Trepoff and while the precious moments pass the emperor Surrounded by the imperial family remains shut up at Peterhof seemingly still hesitating as to what course to pursue The situation can not well be exaggerated With the present indecision of the emperor the government has neither a head nor a policy to meet the crisis and things seem to bo drifting towards anarchy Losing his balance as ne was about to board a westbound train which was approaching the 62d street station in Philadelphia B Frank Clyde vice president of the William P Clyde Steamship Co and millionaire Club man was dragged under the wheels of the locomotive and instantly met death The brewers have ordered joint keepers In Kansas City Kan and the suburbs of Argentine Armourdale and Rosedale to close and most of tile 200 saloons In those places respected orderThe church of America will establish an Industrial mission among the Nandi an unruly tribe living east of Lako Victoria in Africa Tho freedom of the city of London a distinction on which m statesmen and warriors have set gloat store was SahaIarmy Secretary Russwurm of the Tennes see Breeders association announces that the association has decided to test in the courts tho constitutionality of the antirace track betting law pass ed by the lost legislature IJohn Adams 20 of Louisville tho stable boy who was tried for killing John Graham at Buffalo N Y was found guilty manslaughter and sentenced to ten years in prison The first meeting of the senate com mittee to consider railroad rate legis lation will be held November 2L Notice to this effect was sent to the meat bers of the committee Two men were killed and three In jured by tho explosion of a boiler on the sand dredge Colorado while the boat was tied to the wharf at St LouisOne of New York citys most con spicuous ventures in municipal owners ship was inaugurated when the new ferry line between the Battery and Stolen Island was put into operation It Is owned and operated by the city Acting Attorney General Hoyt has directed United States Dltrlc Attor ney John M Derikle to make a thorough Investigation into the affairs of the closed Enterprise National bank of Pa with a view to crlm inal proceedings If the evidence war- rantS such a course At Chesterton Ind Patrick McGrath climbed aboard an engine the crew being away and opened wide the throt 8meefrclgbtnumber of Italians were eatlng heic fOlfrowere T At the session of the legislative Investigation It developed that the Mu eal Life Insurance Co Is paying for the dissemination throughout the coun ry of reports of this Investigation that were favorable to tho company A newspaper man was paid a dollar a line for writing these reports Of the amount of 329797 charged up to ad- vertIsing last year only 72000 could bo accounted forabPresidentMutual Life Insurance Co that aicommittee of the board of trustees of his company had been appointed to Investigate tho company and its meth n ods The legislative committee ad journed until Novembers SaSecretary of War Taft says ho Is not planning to enter a campaign for he presidency has no intention of dong so Is content with his sent in till of cabinet and means to stay there as as tho sident desires it b liAtdamages were awarded the Metaliloh Rqofing Co In Its suit against ternatlonal Sheet Metal Workers Union on charges of boycott and In timidation Charles A Flammer announced his resignation as republican candidate for district attorney of New York and aptpealed to the members of the party support tho candidacy of William Travers Jerome Refusing to stand for President Roosevelts policy for the regulation railroad rates a largo number of delegates to tho Interstate Commerce Law convention at Chicago were bar red from the convention of that organ- Ization 21 and thereupon held a separate meeting to give expression to their Ideas on tho subject Both conventions of the Interstate- sCommerce Law League wero adjourned sine die without any efforts at rec onciliation and as a consequence there will be two regularly organized bodies working in the interests of railroad rate legislation Secretary Taft und his party start ed on their Panama trip leaving Washington by boat for Norfolk lie 9wascruiser Columbia at Old Point Fire completely destroyed tho large field house on the Princeton univer sity athletic field containing the train Ing quarters and dressing rooms of the football baseball and track teams The dome on the great cathedral in Monterey Mex fell crushing the church Into a heap The edifice was- hone of tho landmarks of Mexico It was built in 1792 Secretary Taft has transmitted to the treasury department his estimatesS tho appropriations war department for tho fiscal year 1907 These estimates aggregate 104 98826775 being 971792262 less than the total appropriations mode by con gress for the use of tho war department for the current fiscal year end ing Juno 30 1903 In the house in which President Roosevelt was born at 28 East 20th street New York the 47th anniver P sary of the presidents birth was celebrated at a banquet attended by members of the Roosevelt Home club and invited guests Acting Public Printer Rlcketts made several suggestions for the saving of money to tho government in Us public printing to the joint committee on printing of the senate and house of representatives It was the belief of Mr Rtckett that 100000 a year might be saved In the patent office printing aone by a condensation of the subject matter King Oscar has definitely and for mally declined tho offer of the Norwegian throne to a prince of the house of Beruadotto and In a letter to the president of the storthing finally soy ers his connection with Norway Miss Alice Roosevelt In an Inter view sold You can not make too emphatic the statement that I am not engaged to Congressman Longworth There Is no truth In that story President Roosevelts 47th birthday anniversay was celebrated in St Paul Minn by the Original Roosevelt club through the medium of a banquet in the large dining room of the- oRyan hotel- sAdolph Perhohner wanted on 150 warrants charging getrlchqulck meth 0odasJumping from tho fourth story of the building at 153 Washington street in ChicagoBusiness failures in the United States for the week ending October 26 number 178 against 178 the previ ous week ISO in the like week of 1904 and 217 In 1903 The Cuban government accepted tho invitation of Emperor Nicholas con veyed through Baron Rosen the Russian ambassador at Washington to send delegates to the second peace conference at Tho Hague John Q Williams 79 died In the house where he was born in Bellefon tame O It is the first death on the farm In the 80 years It has been in the I Williams family Mrl and Mrs George Dukman were Instantly killed at a crossing of the Big Four railroad at Charleston Ill by the Knickerbocker fast train Their team was killed and their wag on demolished At Savannah Ga B Moore a streetcar conductor In an altercation with a passenger drew a heavy revplyer and fired three shots The first shot went wild the second struck and kill ed Mrs F F Wheeler and the third went through tho thigh of C n Sick Inger the passenger Involved In tho altercationThe mena hotel at Hot Springs Ark was destroyed by fire early in the morning and when the fire was gotten under control six badlyI charred bodies were found in the ruins Two men were injured by jumping from second story windows Suit was begun in New York by Reginald Ronalds son of Pierre Loril- lard Ronalds 79 the father of coach Jug in America who died in that city on October 21 to recover property valued at nearly a million dollars which had been deeded by the elder Ronalds to Miss Elizabeth N Blake Tile Plttsburg Lake Erie Railroad Co has purchased the Little Kanawha syndicate coal lands and railroads which arc in lItignUon in the United States circuit court of appeals In Cin cinnati Tile sale was made by Jo seph Ramsey Jr former president oft the Wabash system Secretary of the Interior Hitchcock has decided to incorporate in his an nual report a recommendation for the abolition of all positions nuw held by land office receivers There are 110 men filling such offices The London Morning Post says It understands that tho question of New Foundland entering the Canadian do minion is again the subject of confi dential negotiations this time with some hope of success A dispatch from Santiago Chile says that about 50 persons were Jim ed and 500 wounded during the recent rioting there S I A human body ground aJmo metI bits was found in a balll of hair ting which was being used to wrap torage pipes In tho Star building St LouisTwo masked men held up and robbed Carl Brandt a newsboy in North Dayton 0 taking seven pennies and threo of the papers ho was selling James Blacketer a white man aged bout 35 was found dead and lila ody horribly mangled beside the rail track near tho Cochran distil cry Frankfort Ky The Spanish armored cruiser Cardi iti Clsnerec sank near Muros province of Corunria Spain after striking rock The crew wore saved At the risk of his own life 14year old Adolph Jacobson at Aurora Neb forced lila way through a solid wall flame and with a sheet taken from their bed lowered his two younger others to safety from a fire In which la mother and baby sister had per and which destroyed their omeIt announced that the powers have decided to make n demonstration against Turkeys Asatlc but not her European ports In order to avoid the appearance of giving encouragement o the Macedonian insurgents and hat simultaneously a collective note will be presented to Turkey The report that a mutiny had oc curred on board time Russian battle ship Catherine II is incorrect The Catherine II has arrived at Odessa Albert Iliimmuerlc 29 in Philadel phia shot and killed hIs wife Alice and then turned the weapon upon himself ending his own life The pair were married last January Chairman Shouts of time Isthmian canal commission published a signed practically denying that there Is any friction between Secretary Taft and himself Tho statements brief and relates to recent publica tions to that effect The pension bureau reports a loss of 2003 civil pensioners by death dur Ins September The net decrease of pensions was 941 leaving a total of on tho pension roll Septem ber 30 Dr J If White whom Gov Blan chard honored with an appointment on WH staff has announced that It was his Intention to devote the remainder of his life to the study of yel low fever and kindred diseases James Weir Graydori of London an American soldier during the civil war as written to Gov Hoch of Kansas proposing that the people of this coun try build a 1200fbot monument at the geographical center of the United uites In commemoration of Presi dent Roosevelts success In bringing about peace between Russia and Ja pan Dispatches from Posen say it Is be Ilqved that the possibility of tho inter vention of Germany for the restoration of order te Poland Is being seriously considered The largest birth list in the history t New Orleans In one day was recorded at the board of hearth when 36 certificates were issued Of these 19 were for boys United States Commissioner Ridge way discharged from custody Freder- Ick Peckham and Moses Haas who were charged with having conspired with Edwin S Holmes jr to defraud the government by securing advance information of the governments crop report An Impressive thanksgiving service was held at Trinity church New Orleans because of the abatement of the yellow fever epidemic and It was largely attendedH cashier of the Otfeens bank of Buffalo N Y committed suicide near Utica N Y Blocks accounts are straight with the exception of bad loans Eugene Zimmerman of Cincinnati announced that the railroad system embracing the Detroit Toledo Iron ton and the Ann Arbor railroads had let to the American Bridge Co a con tract for a 2000000 brldgs over tho Ohio river at Ashland Ky Surrogate Fitzgerald has ordered a tax of 2566 upon the personal estate f tho late John Hay secretary of- tate in New York state Five thousand dollars of tie 100 0 stolen by Edward George Cunllffe from the Adams Express Co has been found in tile lining of a baby carriage belonging to Mrs Cunllffe In Pitta burg Troops under Capt Frank R McCoy of the Third cavalry ald amp to MaJ Gen Woods surprised the Datto All head of the Moro insurgents of the island of llandanao and killed him together with his son and ten fol lowersThree lives were lost property val ued at 150000 was destroyed scores of families were driven from their homes and freight traffic on the Nick el Plate railroad was EkiOd for sevV eral hours all on account ottnc bikn- got a water main at 1lithand- Clark streets Chicago That the dismembered body found in a suit ceat Wlnthrop Mass on September 21 is that of Susan Geary a chorus girl of Cambridge is the be lief of the girls family and friends and of the Boston police department Senator Cullom chairman of the senate committee on foreign relations said that he bellevetLtbe treaty made with San Domingo r financing the af fairs of that republic would receive the approval of the senate A monument erected to the memory of the lato President McKinley was unveiled at Springfield Mass i HJ Handy star swimmer of the Central Y M C A Chicago not only deffated tho Missouri Athletic clubs champion Maruand Schwartz in a quarter mile match but set a now Am erican record for 330 yards He cross ed the 330 yard mark In 428 itwas officially announced that King Edward had commanded that a special mission headed by Prince Ar thur of Connought bo dispatched to Toklo early In 1906 to confer the Order JapanThe of the Garter ou tho emperor of will of Mrs Emellne W Dawes filed for probate in Buffalo contain bequests of 5000 for Berea college in Kentucky anll5000 for Tuskegei normal and industrial institute in Alabama The outlook for the settlement of thp textile troubles in Fall River MaSs is bright A woman who registered as Mary Jane Caley of Cleveland 0 was found dead shot through the head in her room at the Aberdeen hotel New York A revolver lay beside her A report circulated at Peking says the dowager empress has imprisoned the emperor for alleged connection with the recent bomb outrage at a railroad station there Mary Mabel Rogers under sentence of death in Vermont for killing he husband was granted leave to pre sent an appeal before the supreme court of the United States as a paupe- without payment of costs i ik 9r r 11AT Lyt CR ISISiWNfJ Russian Regime Seems to Be Tot terinff to Its Fall Czar Surrounded By Imperial Family Remains Shut Up at Peterhof Hesitating As To What Course To Pursue St Petersburg Oct toWhlle tho day passed quietly without bloodshed In the Russian capitol and while the city is outwardly calm tho days developments all Indicate that a crisis imminent Although tho streets are filled with troops and reinforcements are now pouring in from Finland tho government seems utterly powerless to copo with the situation and ninny calm observers seem seriously to believe that the present regime is totter- Ing to its foil- Differences havo developed between Count Witte and Gen Trepoff and while the precious moments pass the omperor surrounded by the imperial family remains shut up at Pctevhof- seemingly still hesitating as to what course to pursue A meeting of the Municipal league was held at which a deputation of 30 members of the strikers committee appeared In an impassioned speech the leader of the deputation presented tho following demands of tho workmen anti affiliated organizations First A constitution and political UbertSccouIIlhat time city furnish food to the Vorlme- nThlrdThattM city refuse further supplies to the troops and the police FourthThat tho troops bo removed from the water works or otherwise the strikers would cut the water sup plyFifthThe Immunity of tho deputa tion Cromarrost The foreign embassies have discuss ed the situation but have as yet taIken no steps regarding the satiety of foreign residents As a precaution the state department at Washington has been requested to confer authority for time charter of a vessel and to hoist on it the American flag as a refuge for Americans The situation can not well bo exag gerated With tho present indecision of tIle emperor the government has neither n head nor a policy to meet the crisis and things seem to bo drifting towards anarchy The revolutionists openly declare that tho government has ceased to exist and that nothing remains to his majesty except to ab dicate With a firm hand at the helm and a rational policy however all might quickly be changed THE AMERICAN ARMY Annual Report of Gen Ainsworth tho Military Secretary Washington Oct 30Maj Gen F C Ainsworth the military secretary In his second annual report devotes con siderable attention to desertions from the army Gen AInsworth says the actual strength of the entire military estab lishment June 30 last was 3800 officers and C7433 enlisted men in the regular army 26 officers and 1550 en listed men in the Porto Rico prod slonal regiment of infantry and 106 officets anti 5029 enlisted men in the Philippine scouts making a total oC 3934 officers and 63022 enlisted men Tho maximum strength of the regular army not including the hospital corps is now fixed by executive order at 60475 enlisted men The losses in the regular army dur ing the fiscal years were Officers killed in action or died of wounds dis ease etc 24 resigned or discharged 20 dismissed 13 deserted 3 retired 59 total 119- Enlisted men killed In action or died of wounds disease etc 377 dis charged upon expiration of term of service 22254 discharged for disability by sentence of courtmartial and by order 9400 deserted 6533 retired 189 Totai38813- DISASTER IN A MINE Six Men Lost Their Lives In An Ex plosion at Hazel Kirk Pa Plttsburg Oct OSlx minor offi elate of the Pittsburg and West More land Coal Co gave up their lives when they entered the Hazel lark mine No 1 or the company at Hazel Kirk Pa 18 miles east of this city to ascertain if a portion of the mine was still burning as a result of an ex plosion two weeks ago The dead are John Hornlcal superintendent Dan iel Griffith foreman Joseph Hunter and A Roder J Lavey H Clayborno fire bosses M1rp niedjtj4Ja 411 alill were mTT considerable means MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Oct 28 CATTLE Common J2 3 40 Heavy steers 4 60 4 75 CALVESExtra 7 50 HOGS Oh packers 5 00 5 10 Mixed packers 6 00 6 15 SHEEPExtra 5 10 5 20 LAMBSExtra 7 75 7 85 FLOUR Spring pat 5 25 5 WHEATNo 2 red No3rott 86 CORN No 2 mixed 6j 52V No 2 white 54 OATSNo 2 mixed 3W- RYENo 2 69 71- HAYCh timothy li 00 PORKMess 17 60 LARD Steam 7 BUTTER Ch dairy iff 15 Choice creamery Zi APPLES Choice 300 4 POTATOES Per bbl 2 00 l20 TOBACCONew 6 00 fJlS 00 Old 450 014 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter uat C 10 5 VHPiATNe 2 red 88 V 9- 0o3red II 77 co CORNNo2 mixed 5- 3OATSNo2 mixed 30 i RYE No 2 72 72 i PORK Mess 16 00 LARDSteam 7 05 New York 23ICORNNo2 mixed 62Y OATSNo2 mixed 83 35 RYEWestern fJ 76 PORKMess 16 00 16 25 LARDSteam p 7 50 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red i SGyi CORNNo 2 mixed Ej 61- CATTLESteers 4 00 4 50 SHEEPNo1 250 3 00 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 89 CORN No 2 mixed 53 57 OATS No 2 mixed 29 fj 31 0rII Indianapolis 87rlCORN lS AENTMINDEDPROFESSORIn Went Further Than He Intended Olirer Peebles Jenkins of Stanford uni is head professor of the department- of zoology He is a scientist and therefore a deep and consequently often pre SanFranciscoventure attributable to his absentminded propensities is at present furnishing much amusement for the faculty He was reading one evening after dinner ffhen his wife approached and touching him on the remarked fO Mr and Mrs liranner arc coming over Jhi- sccningo lust go upstairs and put on your coat The quiet little compliedwith out a murmur An hour when thebostDrjenkinsOh to be sure the Branners lie sail rightdOWflI must have forgotten what I came for when I removed my coat for I kept right on undressing and went to bed A Teachers Testimony Specialltbnscurable but Mr E J teach cvilenceKidneyiThompsonsaysI was troubled with my kidneys for bytwoandthereto use Dodds Pills and what they did for me was wonderful It PillsthatDiabetesthatDOddsto be discovered She Thought of Him SheOh Mr Borem how do you do I was talking to Mrs Nexdore just now youlieAndNot exactly She was commenting on the weather and just asked me if I could imagine anything more tiresome and dis agreeable Philadelphia Ledger YOU HAVE NO RIGHT To Suffer from Constipation Bowel and Stomach Trouble sicknessAQ What is Constipation oilthetnentary canal where it decays and poi sons the entire system Eventually the icsults ac death under name of some typhoidat time Present time Q What causca Constipation oflatirefessive brain work Mental emotion and improper diet neglectedCculltipationl ufferingthautisni colds fevers stomach bowel kidney and heart troubles etc It is the one disease that starts all others In digestion dyspepsia diarrhea loss of sleep and strength arc its symptoms piles appendicitis and fistula are caused by Constipation Ita consequences are to all IJh but few sufferers realize their condItion until it is too late Women become confirmed in ConstipationQA Yes The first question your doctor assk you is are you constipated That is the secret Q Can it be cured A Yes with proper treatment The common error is to resort to physics such as pills salts mineral water castor oil in icctions etc every one o which is in- Jurious They weaken and increase the malady know this by your own ex pericnce Q What then should be done to cure it A Get a bottle of Mulls Grape Tonic at once Mulls Grape Tonic posi tivelycure Constipation and Stomach irou In shortest space of time No other remedy lisa been known to cure permanentlyQA It is a Compound containing 40 percent of the juice of Concord grapes It ex erts a strengthening healing influence upon the intestines so that they can do their work unaided The process is gradual but sure It is not a physic It IS unlike anything else you have ever used but it cures Constipation dysentery stom achand bowel trouble a rich fruity grape flavor it is pleasant to take As a it is unequaled insuring the system against diseases It strengthens and builds up waste tissue Where can Mulls Grape Tonic be Your druggist sells it The dollar bottle contains nearly three times the 50 cent size Good for ailing children and nursing mothers A Free Bottle to nil who have never used it because ire know it will cure you 124 FREE BOTTLE 11405 Send this coupon with your name and address and dm cglctanamefor a free bottle of Mulls Grape Tonic for Stomach and Bowels to MULLS GRIPE Toxic Co 147 Third Ave Rock Island Olre Full Address and Wt Plainly The SIOO bottle contains nearly three times the size At drug stores The gzenuine has a date and number 4tatt2DfiLan the label take no other from 1Ouru Head The moan being out of his bead tIisnrgeon proceeded forthwith to saw a hole in his To enable him to back in whis the unlearned onlooker one to another in awe Puck reportelfromfor the new town of Shoshonc located on the edge of the Wind RlvQr Reservation en the new line of The Chicago North- Western Railway across the state from unprecedentedBidding and a large number have been disposed of with in a short time Buyers evidently figure on the growth of the cityhere when the In dian reservation is thrown open to settle ment next June- National honor is getting to coat so much in blood and treasure that only the very richest countries can have much of it any moreLife When Baby Has the Croup use Hoxsies Croup Cure It prevents Pneu monia and Diphtheria No No nau sea cents AP Iloxsle Buffalo N Y If there be any truer measure of a man than by what he does it must be by what he givesSouthI SUFFERINGS UNTOLD A Kansas City Woman Terrible Expert ence With Kidney Sickness Mrs Mary Cogin 20th St and Cleveland Ave Kansas City Mo says For yearsI was run dOWDWeak 1 lame and sore The kidney se cretlons were too frequent Then dropsy puffed up my ankles until they were a sight to behold Doctors gave fev me up but I iibegan using I Deans Kidney Pills and the remedy cured me that I have been well ever since amid hare had a fine baby the rst in five that was not prematurely born Sold by all dealers tio cents a box- FuterhiIburn Co HufTuW K Y j of iHfLt OJ t J J li 1 H f 1JJd 0oJ ifJ iifrt d f11 1i3fPtJ1 r J r fitArJT I 9 0 J o7 + t J = r tr 1 ac r iR r r lJ t Li rmDISCOVERER y Of Lydiff Pinkhamc Vegetable Compound thi areat Woman Remedy for Womans Ills 1 thunqualifiedNo other medicine has such a record of cures of female troubles or sucL hosts of grateful friends as has j Lydia a Pinkhams Vegetable Compound il JIt will cure the worst forums of Female Complaints all Owxriaii Troubles Inflammation and Ulceration Fal11n and Displacement of thesWomb and consequent Spinal Weakness and is peculiarly adapted to tho iChange of Y It has cured more cases of Backache and Leucorrlitea than any other rem tfdissolvesvelopment J 21Indigestionity quickly yield vto it Womb troubles causing pain weight and backache in j is f 1 statly relieved and permanently cured by its use Under circumStances It4 r invIgorates the and Is as harmless water wi I fcneness Dizziness Faintness sleeplessness flatulency melancholy or the blues and headache These are sure of Female Wealcness or some de jfPRICE4P I IS GUARANTEED TO CURE 1111 lAD COLD HEADACHE AND HEURALIIA NOt414Lroffi I wont sell AntUGrlplne toadtulcr who wont Guurntf It CsiitoryourIONErJEtCILI51T3iOTCUU t IF ZMewer JT D Manuf ac turerSjjrt i aJleli Jfa Poor Imitation Arrested for larceny the cashier of a St Louis absentmindedness in exculpation He said that one morning while he was reading about the of life insurance officials he un consciously abstracted seven dollars from the till The judge asked him why he did not take the entire contents Boston Budget WILD WITH ECZEMA And Other Itching Burning Scaly Eruptions with Loss of Hair Speedily Cured by Cuticnra Bathe the affected with lot water and Cuticura Soap to cleanse the sur fare of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cuticle dry without hard rubb- ing1rnnd iticnra Ointment freely itching irritation and inflamma tion and soothe and heal and lastly take Cuticura Resolvent Pills to cool costingbutmost torturing disfiguring kin scalp and blood humors with loss of hair when all efcc fells The Columbia Pattern say did see that man tealup- Iehilld the quarterbckand hit him in the neck with a Yes I saw him Hea our coach Aint bo splendid Cleveland Plain Dealer Do not believe Pisos Cure for ConsumP- tion has an for coughs and coldsJ F Boyer Trinity Sprixigs Feb 151900 High finance is when your money goes up a rocket and comes down in somebody elses pocket W L DOUCLAS 323SHOEW L Douglas 4OO CUt Edge Line cannot be equalled at any price ILPUCLAMSANDLLIMEfts ANT OTHER MAMUFAO1IWP- S 10000 dIroys th7ja W i Douglas 9350 hoei have by their izcaUstiC ityleteatjr fitting Md achieved tb lrgt t sale ofany SJSO She In tha World They era Just as good M oeIydlUcrncemy factory at BrocktOfl Mew the termt la flnqshoespair of pongla shoe It would realize why I Douglas 350 aLoes ax t est worldIll between the shoes nude la mr factory and those of other makes would ondentand why Douglas 3350 shoe coat more to make hold their shape Ht better wear lesser and are of greater IntrInsic v loe this say other JJSO hoa on the market to Iay fesMsDjaa Mo250217S1juCAUTION Insist bavlngwLDoug shoes Take no ub gencloe without hIs name and price stamped on bottom wherewSamples sent free for Inspection upon request Fat Color Egtltti used titty ulll not wear tratsy Wilt StylaWLDOVOLAS The 6etiaeTOWER POMMEL 4i SLICKER flA5 UEH ADVERTISED AND 3OLD FOA QUABTROFAOmuei LIKE ALL i1wATwtOOf zwas It Is Mite or the bet material in black orjdow uliguarentcctsisdsci4bjfeilihie TrKSIGNFISH SICK HEADACHE fPositively cured by those Little Pills Cgno They alsotcUcra Bto tress frumDyspeyslaIn 1TTLE dlgEstlonandToonearty I It Eating A perfect rem V LfledytorD4nesNamea PILLS S prownees33adTaate la the Mouth Coated ITORPID i regulate the Dowels Purely Vegstable SMALLPILL SIULLDOSL SLULLPRKE Genunc Must Bear FacSimile Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES LIHIMENT SLOANS iiFOR MAN AND BEAST I KILLS PAIN t AND DESTROYS ALL GERM LIFE CURES RHEUMHTIS WONDERFUifCLY PENETFUCTINC ACO kM PL ETC MED INCHET Prlc TsBc 80c and tlOO DrEAftLLLOAN Z 615 Albany St Boston Mass THE GOVERNMENT w 1Aoaoi 10 every e Hundred and Acre of land in Wett era Canada lAnd adjoining thb cau be purchased from railway and land com panics at from to 510 per acre On this land this year has been produced up wards of twentyfive bushels of wheat to the acre Itt alia the best of grazioglandaud fpr mixed farming It has no superior on the continent f Splendid climate low taxes railway ccnvea 1 lent school and churches close at hiand Wrte foi Twentieth Century Canada and low rail way rates to SDPERinTEVDCNToF lame OBATIOK ortoanthorlzed Canadian Agents HM WILLIAMS Law Building Toledo O Mention ISIs faprr TOILETANTISEPTIC FOR WOMEN tumbled with im peculiar to their sex used A3 a douche ia ctufal Thorocchlyclcanscsldusdiseattgenss stops 1caattca a tartness cures Icvconlicea am nasal catarrh Ss Faxtlne is in powder form to be diasolrtd In port mter and is far more cleansing zcrcuridil t ad ecooocildl than liqoid autlseptica tot all 4 TOILET AND WOMENS SPECIAL VSES For talc at drnjtgliU 60 cents a box tj Trial Box and Book of Injunctions Free THE B PAXTON COMPANY BOSTON ue 3aDaySurQsloalitr when liv Sn t ro r 44rM 4 plmlatli bvdDniriillrrei mlitcwitiiaiutaia lcari nLl i 4 1ftwrT J ej selLs KUmCTCUIU 1370 DttnU ANKB 2O98 11 PI SO S CURE fOfa AILSBeet Ceo In tlmo Fold by Arrtevin CONSUMPTION a i L l r4 WIN8VILLE OIITrOOK ftiLdOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY SI rER YEAR IN ADVANCE I vt Addre aTlcommunicatlonSto t A THE Qtrrtoos PtjBueniNo Cp or to JcniH W HOKAKEK Orrtngsville l ifJjtX a change Of tddress should always give preview k address when writing k Corre pbndent6 when out of sta 4 tionerv should mention fact on a V i 10 separate slip of paper No commission is allowed to any It fr bpdy on subscription p wTUEOUTLO0gI8 abnt one year X f r nne dollar six months or sixty J cent three months fof thirtyfive 4vHC cents t j THURSDAY NOV 2 1905 fa TnE secret bailout viry often dot feats the very purpose of an election 7 to determine tho will of the nia JVty of voters t l1I often charged that bullot bos stuffing is a common practice in the llth Ky Congressional die tript Tbat would be done nwny l Tithby n retucn to the viva voce method of voting 0L IT is Absurd to pretend that the t 1 eecret ballot has lessened bribery In elections when any ont by a little inquiry and observation con Und out that eorh pattyspends ull the in elections it can procure LmoneyTDK law requiring voters InI g tmall towns to register ate certain rj date in order to have the right to vole is confounded fojly It wao done to facilitate till purchase oft r votes It ought to be repealed at r the earliest opportunity I THIS has beena great year for p leretmws and pumpkins nd the Rcountry newspapers nearly all are 1if pubifhing items about very large i one grown in their ceeiionp Bath 4e county line been some pumpkins in that line herself thU veer 1 SECKETAKT TAFT inaepaechat Akron favored the Ohio Republi i SCflfl State ticket but swatted the Cox machine ut Cincinnati nnd said if he voted lie would vote Ii against the Republican municipal ticket in Cincionnii Thai is pret itit rS ty good I t Ar Moysville Richard ACarrat Staehed ii white horse pf Bert A Woods for debt Tho ease wus i fought through the courts for years t and Until the cons amounted to- over 000 Last week the old horse t4 up and died and spited both princi pals in n spite suit I j J t AT every flection voters lose their votes or vote for some yanili IrSdate they didnt intend to vote for becausedflhe intrieacfeo of the i secret bullotr Everrvoter van In yurothat his recorded properly and counted as cast under a the viva voco system eiS THE scretbslInt1sone of those JC ehange in governmentalmatters thiatetnotan improvement but S Only provided an easy wayfor rae oi cally poiiticiana to steal election 1 pomethlng that was impusRible un dertbeiva voce system Vote for ti the viva voco sy 8 te ui fr5rJeerTlinkrorullulo while on t the question of the secret ballot VH e the viva vocemttJludof voting If j the voting hiid been done by word of mouth the open record of the elfCl oAoutdhavo settled without question whether Taylor or Goebel wieIeetedand u1lofthed fgraceful acts of that turbulent time would not have been commit d ALtTt hangea ere not in the real interest orVjirogross Tile ballot y stem of vouVjg isa backward step r instead faprOItl wBiye one since f of an election- S r IjitodettraJlnethcw rtl e ma Jjk V jorlty of the votersIS srtvnftgn de didnt hear h i feated You i totstnIefl elections and tutTeab 1 lot baxerfwlen the voting was alone I f byword Moutli and the oPen v feedraef it kept Yute for t iva voee ystew If tm 1CORRE c Slate Valley 1 jjf 1 4 They will begia to paint the 4 t J vj hevethiaweek 1 4 Mreaa StiiampervIsIt dtbe- i t family of Wis ToySunday itWebadamo a weeks rain Sw fr October has been a verycold month i4 Banks Coyle and family visited r t r the family of Dee Rudder Sunday cc i5 IraM Snedegar visited lIerd hterMri A Shrout i sear OwiBRSville Sfturdsjr JtI A rr1icif wild geese stopped ri P f I SleW CreekThtirsdaynlglit Chris i tGa 2tdednae There were td 0reeraLkilIedatth ore mines DepityAOeiecir Matt Gudgell J ar SherbrMe was hare last week t tittakIng ahIst of property in Forge I r Ulrfc iit butit reined untilho tegohliewitboutdoingmuoht71j tJo r 0kla1 r r1S f ReTMartln will preach hero rio i 4St sezt SHRdayeepingpvebor 5 t V MIS JKhn Paugherty has been I Y x t r for eral days but it bvSff f49me vrttefia t ijj oArir and bnby of + PH IfBreSeld came Saturday to t iZtIiJformersparents fiftF Mr Cfiljoii1 Ellen Atchison went is bet week tn visit ber eon Wran1 raIBJIi otNIeho1aeousIy f f 1J George Seelegar IW ieaWyoIeg1were guests fPiOfj 2S C rigery Bdwife8aBday r Sj iL ISi IcI I r 4 F Ir 1 t t j dsc J ft 4I it 1Itj tjf r p 0 4str4 TV 55 f r YIl mab Jiieth farmers here dnYB111ItAlbert nnfa Martin Vi went Sunday to- 5Lseo their cousin Mrll uppcrWhltuOr Odessa j j Mrs Pete CJino has been quite sick fur several day- sfj T Gudgell is done both gathering corn and stripping tobao o 8 U Hawkins bought milchI cow of Riley Chandler last price not learned Dltvo Norris and two children baveWen quite poorly several days with tiiront trouble Several from here attended thin salt Friday of the personality of the lute Abe Hendrix and report everything bringing good prices C L Snedegar andO PStephens of Wyoming precinct request us to nnnnunce their candidacy for mat rlinony subject to thu notion of all parties concerned i While the weather is getting s cooler the election is getting hot ter A good ruin last week swelled the creeks sulllcient to make good boating up Suit river for those who fail to get there EhlNov 7 Uppor Prickly Ash The sick folks are improving some AlronnzH Stone and wife visited W W Case and fatally in Owings ville Sundayufterno Grot Coyle and wife of Washington Branch were guests of 41 W Coyle und family Saturday t Sunday L J J Coyle and wife of lower Prickly Ash were guests of Wai ler Co burn and Willie Hamilton Sunday Jnniea Markland and wife of near Cynlhianr vieited Riley Chandler and family anti John Files and family last week Mrs Emma Stone and her mother Mrs Frances Hamilton visited K S Hamilton and wife on Roes Run Friday night Mrs Hauiil ton Will stay several weeks with thom Grange City- J Mi Newman was in Cincinnati last week i Horn Oct 20 to Bud CoIIiver and wife a son Born Oct 29 to Isaac McCain arid wife a daughter Mrtl Rosa Royee visited herI daughter Mrs Ww Sncdcgur ut Wyoming Mrs US RatlitT and daughter Athn visited her sister Mrs A W Jones at Odessa Miss Era Ravens who ILtteDd ing school at Winchester oumo for a visit to her futher Mrs Lucy Emnions jind son of Ringos Mill visited tho formers brotlierLCL Price tdurdayand sort thindayVBudColliver sold a cow to Well ington Barnes for 50 The cov was presented to MXB Emily Brad ley by her brother inlawMrBariies Rev Win Watson of Missouri is visiting his nephew AYm Vat son and other relatives While hero Bro Watson tune delivered several good sermons Hlllsboro C 31 Lyons IB in Tilton this week taking pictures JM Hurley left Friday for Portsmouth returning Sunday Ollie Walton of Genrgelownvis Red U M Ruwlings and family last week Miss Mary Conk returned last Monday from a visit to relatives at Maysville Miss LUBe Evans visited her cousin Miss Mattte Evans at Con cord Saturday and Sunday Robert Shields has moved to the houseoJobnUarmonTrim Moody to the house vacated by Shields R M Rawnngirtias sold toBPL- ykea the old Antho y RVwlings farm neat Ringo1 Mill for 1200 Mt4fav has sold toMrs Eliza Mines her house and lot oc ctipiad bjUobn McManus for 250 MIss NLrPntoureturbed last week from W where she had been attending the missionary meeting Rev George Gardiner and wife visited tbe formerVflon Rev J W Gardiner at Mt Carmel Saturday an4SundayMoored perry Candidates have been numerous here the past week Willie Flood sold Saturday to Crit Young an aged horse for 40 I Allen Spehce comraertCfd Sunday 6 Hedrjcka to hold a tehdoya meeting The rains the peat week made Licking river past fording for a few days lfts8L Ingram while cutting potatoes cut her hand sad hispaining her a great deal Mrs Mary Flood Miss Flora and Willie Flood spent Sunday with Alex Flood at olksville Mrs AVtn In raBJot Rowan county who had been at Salt Lick Hospital for two weeks being treat ed for rheumatism return d borne Saturday some better Lacy SbrrrH anti Jjm yah and inghura two neighbor boys here were at taeeting BtHedrlcKs Satur day btnnd hada Van landingham stubbed 80rellln the back With n Jcnlfel It Is thought the wounVlShenot dangerrius The boys are lyears old5 1 J Licking UnIOn Ross Alfrey le building n barn J W lftttn trTif to Salt Lick last Monday 100 Jonoc was in Suit Lick last Saturday D M Cogswell went to Salt Lick to hnvo his bund treated for catarrh Willie H Horn nnd family if Momhead aro visiting J W IIum Irof Dinrtouiro und wile of Hor a College lure duUvcring lec tires nt the Christian Cluucli Iflcllry Brown sold M P WillinlLB u fiveyear old borRu for 100 nlsll a mule to Janice Ellington fur 120 Our neighbor boys huvcorgnniz edii brass band They uict jil the church house to practice Saturday night Uppor Whito Oak- S B Hawkins bought of Riley Chandler n cow for 35 John Tinchcr and wifo wero visX iting their daughter Mrs Cburley Jones Sunday Several in this vicinity have their tolmroo stripped out und U great runny others mire stripping Will Dave Bailey the nominee for Assessor was with Dr A W Jonvs eeveraldays lust week Mrs Rosa Hurst anti little son Hurlnn of Millersbtirg were visit ing in this vicinity the past week- Several from this place attended the salo of Abraham Hendrjx de ceasedutud report everything ui selling well- Marshall Riddle who tins brenI visiting hU brother nt Tippccanoo Ohio fur several weeks huE rooI turned home S B Hawkins tins moved aoroea the creek from II M Butchers ih to his own home lately vacated by Simps PurvisSattLick Mrs Jack Utterback of Yule was here Saturday Miss Idle Cannon of Olympia was in town Saturday Miss Juno Stinson of Mt Ster ling was hero this week Mr8 John Dickerson loft Satur day for a visit to Gruiyumruuil Will KAUtz wife and daughter Lucile are guests of J M Pierce and family Sam Johnson and wife of Farm ITS visited relatives hero Saturday and Sunday Win Clayton of Whito Sulphur moved into Mrs Frank Wills resi dunce the past week Dont forget tho dinner to be served by the ladies of the Christ ian Church on election day Misses Myrtle Clark und EWe Kring teachers lit Yule und River side visited friends lucre Saturday familyleavein Cincinnati where they will wake their home Myrtlc bc handsome liitlcdaugh ler of 1 P Barber of Morehead visited tier aunt Mrs Dr Hack Robbins lust week Mies Pearl Willdcame back from Hunttigton where she was attend lag nool to accompany her moth erd family to Cincinnati Wyatt Brown and wife nec Mia Lillie Williams of Rend W Va passed through hero en route to visit the latters fattier near Yale Step stone Bud Igo of Chambers Station is visiting his son Ben and family ShcltThnmpson and family spent Sunday with A J Mustereon and family Miss Lena Unrt returned home from a weeks visit to relatives at Pousticks Robt Keffer of Gray son is here visiting tile soniiiliuv Capt W T Pelfrey and wife pAntSundavfowirds Mill Misses Kate Moxley and Essie Alexander spentMonday night with Frank Brown and family- Look out for another wedding at the forks of tho creek soon jot least that is the way the clearings look nowR 01 Coons wife son Egbert and wife ef Mt Sterling spent Sunday with Mrs MaryParker and Hmily Misa Lizzie Klevina nnd Mrs Robert Ragan anti family spent Sunday withMiltSteelo and family lit plympia Mart Wells family and mother inlaw Mrs MaryFosterofSpencer visited Mrs Susan Jones and fam ily on Salt Well Sunday Miss lye Utterback and sister Miss Ethel spent Saturday nndI Sunday with their uncle Alex Kar rick and family on Flat Creek M H Simpson and family who had been visitinghisbrothcrin law T DCarmichael for some timeleft Monday for their new homo at Fnlt LickMiss Mollie Craycraft of Myers who had been visiting her grand father S P Steele nnd family for- tten days returned to her home lust weejcSMrsl Nannie lloyd and nicceMiss Oddio Powers of Odessa were here several daysjast week the guests or tbcir brother and uncle Dr IW Jones Frank Brown was over in the Howards M and Spencer neigh borhpod Tuesday and Wednesday of lust week looking up his friends and he says he was surprised to find so many of them Mrs John Karrjckand sister Mrs Frank Brown and son Clyde r 1 ir P i attenh1dHIurehtViSunday and heard thebest temper ance sermon preached that they ever had the pleasure of listening to SharpsburgITho ruins have done much good James Jones was in Mt Sterling Friday C W Frazier of Mt Sterling was here Friday The clouds have passed und liunI shine once moreIWuller Sharp Jr made a bush ness trip to Clay City Thursday Miss Fanny Peck and Ed Wright returned Friday from Cincinnati H Clay Howard of Lexington is the guest of his brother S T Howard Mrs Lewis Fishier was Monday Vjmorninglies in It very critical condition Dr Ben Triplett und Gilbert Y Triplet of Mt Sterling visited ntI J R Tripletts Saturday and SunI deySHudson Rutherford of Lexing ton spent from Friday until Mon day with his father J W Ruther fords family Richard Donaldson nnd James Shrout attended the Triplett sale of Jersey milch cows at Mt Ster hug Tuesday Mrs SaruhTripletlwha had been visiting relatives here for several weeks returned to her home at MI Sterling Monday G A Peed and Henry Hopkins Owingsvillc nod Omar Barber of Wyoming Republican candi dates were here Saturday Mr Bosxvell of Louisville gave a very interesting talk on condition of Methodist Orphans Home on Sunday at the Methodist Church Miss Georgia PaynterofLoxing ton huts been ut the bedside of her sick Mrs R LV Gilvin for two weeks Mrs Gilvin died Wednes day Funeral nt the M E Church with burial At CrownllillCemetery Stoops Tom Warner is very poorly with rheumatism Andy Myers of Yale visited here lust week Some farmers will soon finish stripping their tobacco As usual renters are very thick and farms tire very scarce Baptizing I Springfield Church Sutidby afternoon ut H oclock D L Gondan und son George Ivioitcd near Owingsville last week rMiss Sullie McDonald uu relatives ut Mt Sterling 0 B Sprutt and wife visited 111I Nicholas county Saturday und Sunday Much tut1nijuyottire rural inhabitant hng1itln time is draw ing near iBigstufT Cockrell losl u steer from tile elFects of eating tobacco Kimrod Byrd lost one nlbo Mrs JohnF Grooms anti cliildren visited relatives near JelfersonviHu from Saturday till Monday- SJesse Morgan and daughter Mis Leone of NirthMiddlblownvisited Juuics Gregory and family lunt week Prospects are that the full vote will be pulled in thiaprecinct Nov 7hMules will evidently luring a good price Mr Cecil and family of Ilarel Green hove taker possession of the place recently purchased from S M Warner Rev Mat Hart and bride of Fulton Mo returned home SundRY after a visit to relatives in this neighborhood Our own dear Teddy has made a charge through the South withI hisAblg stick LaterHe wns captured by the Confederates The TOUT of artillery in the diBI tnnco 141ena that some JUenl nTI there is agme TII Or else think 1118 for their especial benefit A Chicago professor says he hop dit covered the microbe of love His utterances lead the world to believe that it lute discovered an other fool Some miscreants entered theI meat house of Squire John Steele Thursday night and stole a quantity of meat Dud some other articles This part of the couqtryneeds some detectives badJ A news lem8Y8CIA learned professor has discovered t qtthe bite of a girl is more poisonous than the bite ofocopperbeodn Gee whilikens a follow never knows how near danger he is Our people were shocked to hear of the untimely death of Rev R P Bnyless the brillirtnt young minis ter who recently conducted the revival at Springfield Church HeI did much good in the Springfield neighborhood and though dead will never bo forgpttnlJerry Simpson one of most unique characters that ever entered American politics has crossed the n great divide He was numbered with the fool class on rynnTom Johnson Watson and others and of course wemovedthemdownbyI ho bMcCallscare not how many widows and oikeepKingdom thusoi tVJilti WCT IcINTIRR DENTISTsOver Outlook Kauklnc Companys Building- OWlNSSYililiE icc mT f 4 Jf Mice PICKETT METCALFET NoV that tile title of polities is ul its floiid it is time fur every voter in Bath county to carefully study his interests and his childrens Inter CUll In another week the die will cast anti for another four yours the otllcial machinery of Hath cplin ty will be started with no opportunity to stop the man at the helm however destructive may be his work Now is the tipvB for sarcf ul deliberation Thttjjc is rwl1Ic which 60 alfccIsXlieJl as the cmce of sJ4Ltm ilperint nntThis s an onkne3ie 18 VJtlr the youths aimrjthic1nati1cn- untl leaclur trustees d Iii icf rc people than areTibtMullyairectcdiby any other olllip Itwould bo w for our citizens to study the life iC Miss Pickett Aletealfp tho Dciiio emetic nominee for County School Superintenaent Her lite lies been an unassuming one hitherto uncs posed to public view lint politics turns a searchlight on he private life of every candidate and when we look buck along the pathway of this noble woman we see deeds nf heroism of sacrifice of charity that elicits our highest admiration Miss Pickett Mctcnlfo secured her education ptincipally in the public schools and her long experience both as pupil and teacher in theseI have splendidly prepared take care of their interests Slit was retired in poverty and nt the age of 12 years found tb it she had not the means to attend tho sub cripl lOll school after the public school hud closed but her teacher lIoidhLet her come on to School her influence for good in tho school is worth too much fur me to lose And us her influence has ahvuys been wielded for good and her lift has been devoted to tho support of a widowed mother and six orphan brothers nnd children Miss Pickett Metculfc crones before the people highly qualified for the olllco she sceki While count superintendents in all the counties around her contented themselves with a county superintendents iificue she sought something high er So proud of tho nomination with which sLc waS bonorcdso loyal to the interests cf the Bath county children shin titus spent the past year in better preparation for the position she sceksund was reward ed by making tho highest grade Stole certificate awarded in tutu ps iiniinution this year though some eighty persons competed for this grade many of them being gradu ates of time best universities nnd colleges Bath county citizens have nnre considered the claims of MissPick ett Metcnlfe for this dOlce Their judgment was good unit theywill stand by it realizing indeed that her iniliiencc for good is worth loo much to lose A FRIEND GOOSE STOUT The present seas on if the best ever seen around here for wild geese great Uucknof them beinir t en unioet dully living nnnind und swimming in the Ohio river Last night HH the stcunor Lizzie i3iywas coin frig up hit ca ptuin xvas hailed from thu hank He turned on the searchlight when a laTgc flnck of iieese wis ilirretlj in front of it the light of which Minded them They dashed mats the first cabin pelting it like huge ehtlfrsJD1 u cannot The ptisseii gcrs becoming awakened by tiii noise were punk1 stricken A Her- wltrdlhe I1turtllllcked up over fifty line ones oiT the front of the tuna that lund been mi stunned that they cuuld not fly The steward guys this is the lIst way of getting them its no trouble hud to be gone to fin the purl of those who secured them Muysvillo Correspondence Lexington Herald TilE Pitizt FISH YARN Having neither hook nor line and lucking any single articleusually regarded lit essential to successful fishing Monroe Ward nfthls village ar rivd nt his homo with nearlyu half bushel of bass Bs related by Ward hie experience seems worthy of repetition A company of campers had been located on the hanks of Smitne lake two miles southwest from Guhsburg Words course took him alongtho border of the luke qnd n passing a depression in the brink close to time water he was surprised to see within it several bass one or two of them being alive This excited his curiosity arid he at once connected the aSnusunl Io cation of the catch with several lengths of rusted stovepipe still connected anti one end of whirb was under the water while a gentle slope of the whole upward brought the other opening directly over the depression Retiring to a convenient distance Ward watched for developments He was soon rewarded Us nlmnst immediately the old stovepipe be gsa to spout fish and continued to do so until nearly half a bushel had been titus singularly trapped The flow of fish ccased as suddenly as it had begun nnd then an explanation was sought und found- In the evident fact that the yarn cious bass in search of their morning meal hud pursued the minnows that furnish their food with such vindiotiveness that the minnows seeking refuge in the lower opening of the stovopipohad in their flight entered with such velocity that their momentum cared them clear of the water nod out at the upper opening to fall Into tho natural trap on the bank n this they were imitated by their pursuers with the result miarruitcill Just how many buss een thus captured is conjectural ut it was discovered that a pick Joinedin t too great for the capacity f the pipe it had become wedgedu n the latter thus Imer ingress Some Idea of the velocity of time pickerel may bo form ed when it is known that its imp c upon entering time stovepipe was sufflcient to split It lengthwise for- everal inclfes Galesburg MichiLCorrespondent in New York icab r I t OVKUWOKKEH SNAKES They tell u ht iry on n certain traveling flair from our town who has South Urtkota for his iftritorv fhich pounds Iuf ptcioti smd Ii K Suck fit of hattie Creek Midi twlio wns nt the Old Inn lust night hut I dont mind repenting As UII know Suu ii Dakota is 1nntsinless yiu have a preFcriptioi from a pliyfiiiuii Our friend land ed In a tnvrii noted fur tlm strict nesshf lie iiruggiuls anti phllcilllll nne dny but ouinnirr nnil went to lruggItttuuum ilFort to quench his ifJifr t v si I have beets traveling all duty pleaded itJ there no way of secure Jngndrink VrVreiihied the druggist get n cirrlptinll Gcing to n physician the drum jner said DocIiu dryuunti hot and tired and pimply flutist have n drink- iitltC you give men prescription Not if that is all that is time matter with you replied the piiy nliinn Uell wlnt does intake to get n prescription Do FiMiiothing which makes h necessary for you to use a aiiuiu lout was the answer For instance Well try a snake bite How can I get n snake blip naked the fatuiJied drummer riiLro are lots of fnuko bites out on the mountnin buck of toivn Late that afternoon the druiu mfr returned to the doctor hotter mid morn tired titan ever Doc cant you give me that prescription anyhow he akedVDidnt you get your soak bite Snake bite limhiti Wliy ev cry snake bite on that inotintuin ii ingair d or six mouths ahead Courier Journal FIKST THINGS IN KENTUCKY The first woman to own a piece of land in Kentucky was Susannah Boone wire of Daniel Boone who very early obtained n patent for u tract in iMniiifun county The firs marriage in Kentucky Will that of Samuel Hcndersini in Klixiibetli Callowny AngilSl7l77l5 Their daughter Fniinie born in 1777 wiis i lie first white child burn IIf parents married in the SllIle The Ilrt mil nil fact urcd wa t1burglirt loom while his wife brought tho first spinning wheel to tlieStUte nnd wove from the lint of nettle the first piece of linen muinu factored und from bnlfnlo wool the lirsi pirce of linscy The first grist mill in the State run by water power was perhaps the tine built by Gnpl John Ale Murtry near Shukcrtown Mercer county in 1782 The first paper mill in Kertuckj was owned by Elijrili Craig muen- rGesrgetsuwim in 1702 The firstiipple ei da were planled in t1t reer cut Ii iy by ninmbeif of thi McAfee company la 1775 Dr Will kir lid hit ecuimi pan intis iTanled lie first peach seed anti raised the first crop hr corn cultivated v white ancn near linrbotirvillq in 1750 The first wagon of which history gives an account wus run over Smiths wagon road from Lexington to Miiysrillf in 1782 by a man named Smith The first stennibonl or model of lint in the world was coast ruieted by John Fitch at Lexington in 1785 The first railroad n bout tome wilt in length was built by Janiex Van Meter in 1832 Tho cars wen drawn by horses The first horses were brought the State in 1750 by Walker llrst cattle and hogs by Boone anti his companions in 1775 Thin first lawyerjnKehtucky war John WilliiimP manager of the Trnneylvania Company Time first Englishmen who vUited Kentucky were those under the IzaderPhip ot Colonel Wood who in 1764 explored the northern boundary of the Slate The first Frenchmen to visit any portion of the State wure a smell bund of fur trappers who in 1673 traveled in canoes down time Missis sippi as far as the mouhof the ArkansasThe white native American to visit Kentucky was John Suliiqv of Virginia who in 1830 WUB car rhmdas a prisoner through the State by the Indians The first white woman who ever saw Kentucky was Miss Ingelwho in 1756 w carried u prisoner by time Indians to Big Boone in Boone countyThe first Dutchmen to visit Ken tucky were a small company who established the White Oak settle ment iD Madison county The first settlement of Frcnchr taco in the State was established al u point opposite the Scioto river in 1750 The first house built by Englishmen was Dr Walkers cabin on Cumberland river in 1750 The first permanent English set tlement was at Elarrodaburg in1775 The first court in time State was held ntr Hiirrodsburg in 1774i The first road in the State was Boones trace Tbo first store in Kentucky was that of the Transylvania Company1 at Hnrrodsburg The first school at Boonesboro was taught by Joseph Donipcun in 1773 The first sermon preached in Ken tricky was delivered by the Rev Lythe of the Church of EngJin 1775 The drst ferry was established at Boonesboro in 1775 The first county soutin Ken ackywas that of Lincoln county established at Harrodsburg- The first law for time cstabliBh tnentof public schools was passed in 1838 Exchange THOS L JONES Livery Fee t5alo5tnbleOWINGSVILLE KY lleudquartors for horse amid niifo dealers Telepl jne connection Vill ImtLtunututitu 0 id L0i r titi SS I- vi4 1T- or t4t SVSVS5V5iVlJrV U iriSS PUELI S A Lf- lM r NOV 13 tJ n jts the same being County Court day 3 wi 1t111i9outcry fJ yule about 1 p rn a tract of land lying ii Bath County Kentucky on Licking river 1 and immediately north of tllesapeLikcV Ohio Railroad and is the same land tiip jp wliich Gco FvGrecn formerly resided anU g contains about 400 acres Will be sold hr VSjThe sold at samp time and place Terms made known on day of sale H F M EWIHG9S Hei WM WRIGHTJ 5SS 4l rop Virginia Screeiied- 3fld Pluto CanneLYI COALROSE RUNIQ C5OVr OLYMPIA KYv hh t Commissioners Sale Mrs Lou BnrimbyV vs- OwarMuuy c ByVvirtdetf n juilgiuirt nnd or dor of sale rendered in lImo Biitli Circiii Court at its October term 1905 in time uliove tylrd eewe tht undersigned Masts Commissioner will onVMONDAY OVEMi1hRIL 1903 about nvlock Piuuq j t ihe higheai bidder nl p Hli auction ul Owingtcounty n tract cil land lying on Licking riveriiiBittti County ICyand bounded as rid Jows Beginning at nstilko Licking river 7 links east uln ma pie corner to the 98 ucru trltltM Mrs Lou Bnrnaby thence down the river N 21 V5552 poles to ii stoke opposite the mouth of Fox creek thence ucrosa the river and creek N SOt E 22 GO poles to n stake on the north side nf creek whero time elm once stood corner to John Call thence N 80 E4 28 poles to n box alder corner to slIme thence N 521 W 2 4 poles to it ttake corner to Rice Eden thence S 57 W 432 poles to an almoorner to Fume ihcnceN 81 W 872 poles to a cornur to seine thencv crossing the river S 88 W 15 poles to a stake on the Bath side thence down the river N 24t W 10 pole N 40i W 9 pules N 761 W 6 88 polec S 80 W 1740 poles S 58 W 14 64 poles S 4U W 12 40 poles S 33k W 1446 pok8 S 201 W 140 palea S 12 W 1948 poles S 4J W Z9 21 poles to 3 maple sprouts on the rivertinkti from an elm anti 27 links from a sycHUioro corner to Mrs Hurnllby 98 nero ruettheucc N 85 E 105V lcIHOlh begin ningcontaining 431U acres or enough of said Mod as shall be necessary tb produce tho sum of 69082 Rut usaiiJ sale will be made subject to tho right of MrllLllu Burnuby to usuutdlaudumu long she couijimes to occupy time t umu anti the right of tho unmarried in funt children of hvr former bus bandJ M May to a joint occii pitney with her uiitilthu youngest unmarried child arrives ut full ag- eTcrmsSaIe will be mudo on a credit of 6 months The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for ihe pur chase price payable to the under signed bearing 6 interest from ditto of sale until paid said bond have the force and effect of udgment A lien will be retained on said land to secure payment of tho purchase money H S GOODPASTER Muster Cow r BC C V Goodpaster AtyI AUCTIONEER If you want tho services or au auc tloiiuercallou mu Turmd reason able GEORGE tt GUDGELL Odessa Ky fSS 45eS r T ifCon nlissincl s S le rTIlt Jtffri y Mfg Contpiiny 6 Willintn Alexnndrr Ky virtue iiT u jiiliinesr uindSorder IIrnlerulrrd in the BaUj l iru115t inirt nt Ijiis Octuhcr term fISJ05 ii ihe ibovi styled rnM llI ir drrsigncd Comtnis ioinT w IIsriS- 4hURliAYN5OV M 1905 f buul I tvcltiJk p5 uutSfer for sale to the hlglutut biliinnt public unction ieutr SullLtcbvky time lollowiiig described property fowitr One Combined inclinennd A 4 hllrizlilltuICnut fur liHiidtin tI1515 x7 i 22 15r pillow blocks 2 21516ciuhluip26PNc 531 Adjustable flanged tOi lhSpku plate center bore 2 15 16 KnOTTi L One Spur g cn r41x i x4 x2 J51G K 0 2 hey 1 fotShaft 2 7 10 ur 0 0 f 27 1C style D take upil2 2 7 IT collars 2 20 No 5H1 broad fiat foci idlers bore 2 7GS S with drum W02271G collar 1 spur pinion 59XHx4 x27115 K O 2 36x8s2 7aB lde L Pulleys C F 7 Keys t t5 Knuckle Shaft 115 16xl 2iJliOlG Solid boxes 2 llo lG cohhurs2ONo 531 itt face idlers bore 115 16 S S 3 idler Shafts 115 16 x 0 6 15 1 G Solid bpxee 611516 collars 6201153Fbrood flat face icHerH B 115 iplSSj or enough thereof to produce time MIIU of 2Uti0 being the amount of the pliintilTs debts interest anil cost Turius Sale wlJllleUlltaoon a credit of three inontbs tho pur chiisvr will be reijiiircd to execute bond with upirocd security for the piirchasc prTcc payab n to the nndersigncd bearing Ktfe interest from date ufhistaiji paid saitlVv bond to have tho force aunt eiFect ofirjudninfiit A lien will be re tiiiiicd iiu fuid properly tu secure time pavruent if the piircbatic 11 S GOOntAStKR 11 IUl tlIIUr1LCC Flat Creek Farm for Sale The undersigned olfer for 6ufa bis lucia of J25 acres hf litiid situ ni in haiti county on iuuaiFJirk of Flat Creek adjoining tJit faVhifr cute M 1 P1leni1rivCiuihJtitdniy mind V Darimeiluuid side of the Owirgviule Shintsmriiu turnpike mail There are 5Q acrs in grates biilunix good tillubfu land fins a goiid coiufciMjtble dwelling bouff a good tsdJi O stock burn with otlierumZmus The Bale will bo made Kfaj6iei half cash halutice in cute iiniiL two years timeSgiven ut any timv and title niado- ani Will sell cheapall Kiia r eunsideredV t V i THOS J HEKprUX Owiujsviiio Ky Oct sa lap r A Jl The News per Year- 55SttSVS SS 4 r 1