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J 7v ill ft il r n l 1Jk J ifr nf0 9iZ tl t f AT tt i tr t 4cWJ ry f rW C to r f k j c 1J r r 1 4 i tck y rf4 t a f r 7tL t 1 L 1jLVOLt 0 if DBMotRATIC JVICTORY tounty is most astonishing if the magnitude Democratic majorities Very few if any can claim any pro J phetlo foresight in tlmt regard In t fact the average person WitS pre o pared not to be surprised at thelee 4tionof part or nit of the Republican to ftrtunty ticket Very little betting Ji was dono in consequence4 JJi TIle unofficial majorities and pin rnlitlcs in this count aro as folqj lb JJames fJ i defoatedQnrgo Aleed 7t7 le8110 Shrout furuuty Clerk defeatedC Cbns Grain C23 Caleb Sheriff defeated Henry T Hopkins C03 Sherman GoodpaxterforCounty Attorney defeated Omar Barber 281 of Samuel T Jones for Jailer defeated w kJohn A Tincher 490 WinDBale for Assessor defeated Peter Steph iI 2 fhs u2Gwith one precinct atSaItLIr1Ii and White Sulphur to Iron Miss IMckett Metcalfe for Cot School SUperInleiidentdefeatedVft liettle Williams 200- Wm A IMSIB Ht d Ililli li5 Itnwnn had not bon heard er from at the time we went to press Tirthe town oloctlon Ashby H Dawson WR fleeted Mayor W W t 7 Power Police Judge Ai N l utollJ l LD Brother Win Atchison R S Cross Seth Jiotts C WYoungConn oilmen Mow was rociected Judge in if1lcholllS county by 39 county went Demo cintic by 223 to coo Clark by 935 The Democratic ticket In J ouls of vlllewdJK In Cincinnati tIm fusion ticket won downing Buss Cox Lul liaho tho Democratic fctnto ticket von In New York City MeOMlan Democrat for Mayor won Jerome Independent reformer for Prosecut ing Attorney wits defeated IIIt In thh county tile nnundment to time eniiAtltutlcnt poVinitrtujiii returnA u the viva voee mutbitl of voting vaa largely forgotten by the voters Fr hIItc1VlIVgflfl8 see nrtOn i JIu t iit Amyrirtan Liidy lultnt Droiher 311 f i Itruliiri j Cn I YIIi is the iuitrnntd t rft f Vrr imnnKTin tollntt u f r nrior rnRkeijtclI Ie frtkeCleISt twth boot 10 OCFCLr vereiat 3IO15 4 iiTHEttki Umo aEk1 st 4 1Ihe fnitltwt 1II pitclfbt 11ndlleater nt UJrl nHrdare r iIfl rgu t tl wtter proof Jor 1bBrflhernrn h r y O y The Rf88feed cutter nndSwcep 3 k s Wr ittlo only by El L I e 1Ti By ran r rU Lane Jsagent for Widcrp m buttled beet and bo tlfd and kegc I Alt who hYe properly 10 n41ni public Ructt JncIIln MnFurll1 llewUl give iatinfactinn Uighgrnde 10x20 picture framep and MastiiJ aixed pain for sale by u m JJltBn01DE t L GUS 1lulihtunieggihg h nt t ing coats an4n sporfing go ds a epeciaUy tEL A A1 Byrons rdl at p1Ac door oaeandall below jOiiTtbotc office Come ly c Dr G W Oonher the dentist M OdoBtuhdor abd all approved 4 iiiesthetics for the painless ei t IractlonoftethcMenV3 overcoats at Brother i vv Brothels i W are jole agents for the fa I Ii nnus EstateOakandColea Hot JjV heaters guaranteed to keep rKtirf J ByoBkoss i Am rleah FjTeld Fence strongest hupelt arid bestfield fence miido Just received cr of OO1pdsaU ye zs BIR0N BIOS f vL Dotiglas shoe for sale 1 eiiiyby Brother Brother See our Hne of beaters n d cook before huylnjC Sunrise Pine Croyeaadflakewcllcopk8and many t others to select frora Ml L A Ti Byron Fpra hobbyovireost Jookat Ihothere Brother line SPECIAL IIsAutaSTnvz Ftct For SOdayBi Nol 7 and 8 monkeys f3 ndf350No810 1112 cap BflHiB 3 50Jland ff5Q she It cr Bteelwpbd a r8l150JpboxI wood beatera 275 cup fistkteOnk C 1sHptBtssCJewel Hot 13Iur t JaRdall others J8prpp6rtibn Lk IfBrRoN Ladies an T MJsBeV skins at Brother bother Netie is hlrehjr given that ii jHdersigBed corporation is now cj9aiflgp Us feaiinesfl winding up itt affairs deeietl todobuie- H I B ThU Oet l 1908 Ti rPrsvl LJPamoNJtLIi peJCJ Ce JJN I1TPteeJdelrt SkS b 4 j ir f J r1joit i f tc t t II Ii t It i tj b PERSONAL Chas Brother of Lexington cairn up to vote Tuesday Mr and Mrs Jcsse Hampton wore in Cincinnati last week Ray Patterson of Winchester caino up to voto Tuesday Mrs Henry T Hopkins is at llar bourvllli visiting AshIu grapher Clark Unsconi Jr cnmo up from Millursburg Monday to remain until utter tli a election J B Goodpnster returned Satur day afternoon from u business trip Marion county Mrs Ellen Judy has returned bonle to CarlUln after n months visit to her daughter Mrs Seth Uotts Mrs Belle Rico returncdThursdny om Lexington having left her- auglmter Miss Catherine better of er zitimneut Hlga Wells came homo from North nrotlnr last Friday to remain until after the election when bo will re join bin mother there C W Young of Dallas Texas son Ed YountJ deceasoJ camu hlRtI oek to visit tho family of A Irfsuom and other relatives Q t McAllster and daughter ouls of I xliiKton cum u WedI esda3 Mr MeAlteter regutereU ind rfiinatnud t u vote at the election Tuesday J M Estlll atic wife Walter Greg ory wife timid laughter Viola ofI Switzer Franklin county Thursday to visit Mr Kstllls hroUII D U 1 tJn and other relatives in this and Fleming counties Shoes for everybody at Brother Brothers Brother k Brother have the bestI Hartford bunts- Ovorshne for everybody ntI Hrother it Brotiers Buy a 1alkophnne mind records J A Iowtr the Jeweler The turkeybnytrs are offering 2c pek lb fur turkeys on root Genuine Ball Brand rubber overshoes end bnnts at Brother fe Bnitliers Get your Winter Buggy Robes nnd lInrFc Blankets from E L r Byron AVlien you come lo town to buy your overcoat look at Brother Urutlltrs3 tft tit itwas John Clnrk ihfltcndnf Ar iSQiKdpHSler Unit killed time sa gull iui the pond at tiejp Mines Shiiwers FrlilllII amoihe 1i1u r lld- II t 1UU iil illv t i rh 1rg e t nnig inur for trim- mhgalzsyeIluEomnesJmugbtering itpIst wteit A chicking bis white frnsjtThuri day morning Ueflhitelyostaldlkbed tha fact that the luitVt8 must Fell within a short liiuo State Sups Futjiia informs Suit Perry llmt tlie draft for paying will be sent in time lot- aying them Novi 18 Tidmaceostiippingseasons come frequently tnnbling the farmers to get their tobacco ready for uiarkct much earlier than usual Presiding Elder EG B Mann l Lexington held quarterly meet ihg and communion services at the 11E Church Monday nnti Tues day nights Af usual before the shooting sea eon opens report hsltthlit the crop is large but the re- urnlnggunnersnextweekwill like tell a different tare SPECIAL QOEENBWARE SALE To make room for holiday line at your price A chance for bargains It osts you nothing to look ELATBYRON- Gre YocnGvNArter next Tuesday the gunners arc privileged to kill all the partridgespheasants rabbits and squirrels they can find theguMo law permitting an open- easonJrom Nov 15 to Jan 1 MlssCarrieNlxonIinext at urday night tbe proceeds to used in putting a heir roof on thi strinibandwill bo on hand to keep order MEACIIAU SUARPRe John Baxter oleachaoi pastor of the Mt Sterling Southern Presbyterian tbet08 is to be wedded Nov 15 to MIs Anna Laura Sharp daughter of John R Sharp of Mt Sterling JUST A SusricxogThme frequent reports of firearms the pat week Justify tto suspicion that tile game law was shattered pine they were not in the haunts of wild fowl the shooting of which is permitted Thelaa ought to bo en forced or re pealed BO thati all will have an equal show at the game IeBiaosBEwAREDan Doggett went down to Lexington Saturday and brought a blooded bird bite h tofa anon L1B I1nggis tars C L Bohon Dr W 6 Mole artJIiBethel precinct are warned to govern themselves accordingly J1 llbiei1 r j fi Ii wcy f i COL J S hURTS DEATH Col J S Hurt died about 2 oclock a m Sunday at the home of J B Jones in Mt Sterling of the infirm ities of old age lie was buried M the Mt Sterling Cemetery at two oclock p m Monday v John Smith Hurt was borj bout eighty years ago in Montgimery county and was reared to young manhood there He belonged to a welltodo and prominent family among whom were Berrpman n brother who wits u citizen of this town until during the Civil war and Harvey who died mmo years nfco in Montgomery county Smith was n namesake of the celebrated Christian minister Raccoon John Smith who married a relative probably an aunt of the subject of this sketch Smith Hurt enlisted as a vol in unteer end went Jo tho Mexican war After his return he came hero and studied law bring soon c admitted to the bar On the die covery of gull in California went overland tnhII party Fontyniners nail worked the placer mines on the American river in o California lIe hud many interesting adventures on the trip and- during his stay there Ho gathered coTciderablu gold enough to pay his expenses and have some left 13 At the outbreak of tho Civil war ie helped recruit the Twenty fourth Itegimentot Kentucky Vol- Unteer Infantry for time Union army of which regiment Warren Srigsby became Colonel and Smiths Hurt Lieutenant Colonel Owing p dissatisfaction with certain po litical dcvelopmcntB Col Grigshy its resigned his commission and Cols Hurt became Colonel of the regi mentC11 Hurt led the regiment a throughout the war pnrticip rig in many battles anti was with Sherman on the litters march to the sea lIe was wounded one or II more times during the war Af ter the war he retUrnee to this town and resumed time practice of of law The Owingsville bur was b then one of the strongest and nbludt ofany country town in the State t Col Hurt ranked with tho bet ut the bar und bUilt UI a large mind lucrative practice lie enjoyed a reputation for integrity and candor I with his clients that nindp his ser vices in much demand lie acquired a competency tuid wan independent of his hrofespitiivthrough front love nf it continued in active practice IlIrflthetint ruruiiun pli lire tibrimmsierrtiye Ui1L but 1I1Iml ihdbj lunuoIMcK Repi bl csfln- r tScri HeIutrruiflUittd wjtlj thibemQcrntlcrartylntwe- srJyei hll sbewds tom In red Tnyi tbe Democrats for Congress from title district but was defeat ftmpublican nominee At the nntset of his career as attorney he and Cote Jones made the race fur t County Attorney of Haiti The vote wits a tie anti In tho shoot air Hurt was elected About 1886 he removed to Mt Sterling to reside and spent the remainder of lila lifo there Cal Hurt wits n conpciontioiif mon devoted tn Ms ideals and unswerving in adherence to prin weromanr1iiid thnplrp MttieAbbottngec I 24daughtr Thouls Coplur of Jacksons school house neighbor hooddied Saturday morning ohmt complication of diseases and wasN t buried Sundsy at the Jackxon graveyard Her husband survives Their huby died some time ago The family have the sympathy of many friends in their orrowbTIIAKKSOIVIKQ DAtThe customary t Thanksgiving proclamations havo been issued by the President and thcGovernorssottingThuTsday Nov 30 as the day for tlioreliglulls- element to hold services of thanksgiving Time foot bull teamu Will celebrate in their way and the gunners eppecially the stripling in a campaign against birds and rabbUB SENSATIONAL RACE After a ae eIesRowanito it Monday by the bringing of mandamus s itsaglil st the elec etiol clerks of the various precincts to prevent J L Howolls name appearing in print on time official ballots The suits were brought in the name of Thos P Barber Gov Beckhom appointed Judge Crom well of Frankfort to try the suits Judge Cromwell went to Morehend and on Monday decided that How ells name should nut appear on stbo ballots and issued restraining orders to the election clerks to that effect It was understood that tbe Domocratfc clerks injRowan would obey tho ordoi by pasting Barbers name over that of Howellwhilo the Republican clerks would ignore i In Bath thoeuits were ignored Another complication arose through mistake in buying How ella name printed on the ballots as Joseph L instead of Jefferson L HowellIt ortodthaqthere was intense over race Rowanceuntyand danger of a n armed clash between clash between the partisans of the candidates S The Outlook afid dail yearforrt e j Jj1 i ci f t efft 1 CONTRACT BETWEEN TIlE Toiucco GROWKUS Arm KENTUCKY dt Oino BUKIFT Gnowrus GoKnow all men by these presents That whereas The Kentucky and Ohio Hurley Tobncco Growers Company was organized and incorporated for the purpose of establishing a fair stable price on a free and open qusketbacco tjiereby promoting tboln terent orall who may co operate gwillsplish this purpose saul Corapnn r has arranged to purchase hurldy tobacco from the growers at uhf form prices according to grades nd has arranged that each grower may bu a stockholder In said Corn puny and thereby receive Isle pro rata part of any profit which he said Company may realize therein excess of time scheduled price as hereinafter provided Therefore This agreement made mind entJrI d into this diiy of IUDS GV and between the Kentucky It Ohio Burley Tobacco Growers Company1S party of the lirst part County Ky party of the sue a nd put u Witnessed that the party ft leti second part has thjs day sold iipils agrees to deliver to the party nt the first port his entire crop of S biirley tobucco grown in uunel Ky during the year IU05on hjfltisconsisting of about pounds tel aid tobacco to be delivered to time arty of the first part in good and merchantable condition at ono ofw warehouses in the county where aid tobacco was grown to hedesig a noted by the party of the first part t any time crud tobacco may be in 1 good merchantable condition anti ready for delivery after November 25th BIOS Saul tobicco when de verd to be stripped arid in Hands for wjllirh tobacco time party ql thd first purl MgreeB to time party the secdhd part When said to ace shall he delivered as nfnrc nf said the following prices according o the fnlluwing criidfp QUADS 1 Spodgo IQc per pound trash 12ir lUga ID red leaf 13c bright leaf So tlflll ilksianuin2r101IlIgsic lips 8c ShmlitP 5c per OI5AUK3 fl lund trit hS7iJ I IUg8Yl relllln 9o brlgherarojt t Lip 7 cndlmng ttd nn ina lliack tipf 3 1tf Ge E nil leaf andcitrnnrttes ltigsZO to 26c Twenty live let1nt of which 11thi1preferr tnccdiid part how hereby subscribe for and agrees to pity for eiiuie Is sirhto annul vest in the party of the first part f mm and sifter time date of Hit execution of this contract the to bucoo to be graded by competent grudtrs selected fur that purpose by the Chairman of the Counjy Board of Control thin grading to be according to types which shall be cstabished by expert graders of IIlIstimesinspection of nil the parties in in terest If the party of the second part nhall redry said tobacco in oaid Hivenedpngfirst part agrees to pay for said tocaeco 15 cent in 1 aheto the above schedule rime tobacco to he received Rod paid for at the Companys ware s houses as rapidly as is reasonably alverynull and void if the pstyof tb first part is not prepared torecllvet and pay for said on te2- 5th day November 1905II hereintofore provided and in whi vent the party of the second part the right to sell said tobacco to such other party or parties as Ii may deem proper In testimony thereof witness theI signatures of tliejmty of the part andiecond part this day nndI date first above written The Kentucky 1 Ohio BudeyI TobaccoGrowersCompanyPI ty of By PresidentI Party of tu3 Second Part whose pastoffico address 4s NHThis contract to bo at tested by the Canvasaep who ma secure its execution who wllJasoon as possible deliver it to the Chairman of the Board of Control who will at once mail it to thaof floe of B D Berry Secretary Lex ington Ky LODISVILLE ToSACCO MARKET Saturday EveningNov4 Receipts of new tobacco were rather liberal anti tho sales this week were larger than usual for this season of the year In fact it has been some years si nco to much new crop ban come to market this early Wimi values are well sustained on mci grades the Average is not quite i high as last week when a smalis number of hogsheads were this applying to both Burley und ciT i l dark The 727 Iiogshfuds of New Burley oifcrcd iiverttgfd iJOiJl and the 96 of new dusk averaged 5 Burley tobacco IIns high as12 50 which IK the beet price fur new crop thus fur obtained ansi dark tobucco brought as high as 7 50 Offerings ntimew crop Burey were us u rule oh unsatisfactory and condition with a SeatS n cjty of color noted There were some evidences of house burn to a runter extent titan hud been ex u ptcted The offerings later on f however will probably show milch better quality und there is reason 10 believe hut this crop contains a j crudesOIrerlnJ9the quality anti condition bring reasonably satiAfnctory A gUild detnund was noted for medium and uood red leaf while colory grades were n few bids higherRed smokers ere irregular to lliwer The new dark offered was in most cases of poor quality timid the market fhnwed considerable irreg tilarity especially for leaf Lugs piiiin offerings of Green rivers were mall and the market unchanged Talk ill heard from out in the tate of time Burley tobacco grow organizing cod sigiming agree menis to on grow any Burley next uimuuti The trade is disposed to ay no attention to eiich mutters re ough there h little doubt that of etter prices wctild be obtained for bacco overproduction could be avoided Auction vnleo of leaf for the cek amounted to 1939 hogsheads and private stiles to 01 hogsheads n totniof 2000 compared with 1 4ro for the nrao trerk last j ear and i7 in ioi Sales of BUrley amounted U 1500 hogRhends of which 727 were this years trop Inttrdx hogsheads of new dirk sold this week out of u total of 412 dark offerings Since January 1 75719 hogfiheadH of Burley have hen soul antI 45lOG rlurk Ii total 120245as compared with 97438 for the same pcrlid lest year Re jectioiiB this week were aGO hogp C en Is the icreentnje of rejections rtiictfrui Bales being IS Since Ilary1 the tool rijotions have atnounted to 17304 hog headfe Re eline title week were 1117 hou- heads nnd since January 1 they have amounted to 89532 lievcorrtrtxlnllun Hrratd Ueaol O155WCJ duipteul bjIJ11tJttbD- 1LI 4 1eI f the Ciinredeyixdh- meCaft nmite ellransAIuci tiiin nffninpd nvgtfngi condemn ing ihe play Unple Turns Cabin Ivhldllsboukd rot production ere anti calling upon ths citizens Lexingtiui to boycott the play Time grounds on which the pro esten mare made are that it is calcu prejudiceuhdI t their furefuthbrs The teeolu- thlJlsfollow h The Lexington Cnpter of the Dnugbterscif thuConfcdcracy again culls the attention of the people of Lexington to the presentation of UnclffTomt Cabin in our city We enter our protect especially In tlio interest of tho children and the 4 community ut large We ask that bo nut patronized as it is not in sympathy th the feeling of our National Government shown in the return of our flags nor in keeping with our united efforts for a non partisan history tlVo auk it also because be saveit was founded presented a picture of time slave in the South hstt is essentially false false be ause it presents what was rare nti exceptional as normal and ty ical While there were doubtless J many instances of the misuse of the power of the master over the lave yet we believe that on the whole those relations were kindly nd mutually helpful wo think bat statement is proved by thee act that w hUe all the men even he boys of the South were in the army and the negroes were left as breldwinrerarorII single instance of their misuse ofI their power is on record but in tnumerable instances are known of fidelity and devotion to theirI heipless charges The country ofI which Lexington is the center WIlSI community of slave holders Our fathers and grandfathers many of whom remain td this day owned slaves not of their own choice but because this most burdensome leg acy was left to them by those ofI bygone days For a play to beI brought every year to our town which represents the relation ofI master to slave as one of injusticei and cruelty is a slur on name of a generation of kindly ondI honorable gentlemen Some members of this chapter were standing near Johnson School some time ago when the children were out at recess and a parade ofI an Uncle Toms Cabin show passed by the most prominent feature in which wero two immense blood hounds and a life statue ofan old negro in chains We could not but 2ael that the influence left on their lastic minds by such a spectacle throughIur streets was n unjust to the memories of their We feel othot in n Itid like outs so of negroes that such ns that is calculated do thp younger classes of lhtnt- arm by giving thorn false concep lions of time lives of their fathers r and grand others when they were slaves While wo are neither apologists for the institution of slavery nor defenders of it we sire thankful that tne inherited burden amidni sponsibilltr of It PinS forever passedI from uur land nut we preIAlltntionto name our father which in harmful to the minds of our children and whichIhits n tendency to inflame udice Itmlln l the large class of our negro citizens Tris LEXINUTON CnApTKR of time United Duughtersof the Confeder ncy I Headquarters of tbo Confederate VctorunsAsEoclation ofKentllcky At a called meeting of the Con federate Veterans Association of Kentucky a resolution was pushed requesting their comrades rind their families not to attend time lay of Uncle Toms Cabin where children would see their fore fathers wisrepresenledfy Jon PRINTING Kemetnber TUB OUTLOOK is prepared to printJ letterheads noteheads billbeadsH Maicnients 1ceIptsbusiness stationery on the beetPtock in tasteful style at the reasonublo prices Compare our work with that turned out by anyClob office and you will find it your advantage to have us do your orkMpamphlets and everything usually turned out by a country job olllce Wo have on hand for sale in any iuantity blank deeds mortgages illeasefl 1nll other blanks wr 01McINTIRR DENTIST Ow1migviIieBanking OWINGSVILLE ICY TUbS J JONES Llvory Feed Sale Stable OWINGSVILLE KY Headquarters for horse and nisidealers Tolep jne connection with PrcsiHi Station t= =to 5600 vonAwap Christmas subscribers for Sub crlbersto the Courier Journal The Weekly Courier Journal Henry WHttersons poperjnantB to nharo the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It pro poses to give away twenty Christ nine presents ranging trout 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in allThcre will be four general presents ci 100 5030und 20 and sixteen presents of 30 and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Senneggee Texas MissonriVirgin ia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write to the Courier Sotlrnal Co Louisville Ky fora copy of the Weekly CourierJourn al giving full details It wllIbo ent free Commissioners SaleI M Bichart vs usan Carpenters Heirs By virtue of a judgment antI order of sale of time Bath Circuit Court nt the Octobo term 1905 in he above styled case the undersigned Muster Commissioner will on MONDAY NOVEMBERla 1905 bout 1 oclock p m proceed to elL to the highest bidder at ptiblio auction at the Court house door in Owingsville KyR tract of land situated In Bath county Ky on waters of Sfate creek and bound ednnd described as follow r Be ginning at Ii set stone and largo blackoak tree iiI the county moat running from the Owingnvilb Preston turnpike to Kendall Soring tlience a straight line northeasterly across a hollow to the line fence of John F Johnson lands and F D Carmchael a net stone thence with said line of Johnson k Carmichael southeaster Iytothe corner of said Johnson and Carmichoel on the same public road thence with said road north westerly to the place of beginning rind containing twenty acres mar or and the land cinvey ed bjrdeod of F DCnrmichael and wife to Susan Carpenteror enough thereof to produce time sum 0 26512 being the amount of th plaintUFs debt interest and cost TermsSale will be made on a credit of six months The purebas er will be required to execute boa with good security bearing 6 Interest from date of sale and ble to the plantUfNand upon which- eX3cutloniOlty issue if not paid at maturity GOODPASTERJ Oi R Gtidgcl SonAttys r e- or 3 ABIAS GIRTH Blanket- SlipWOQt OH41 2 it i4HorseJTiBliimkctq butiglyIhfruEveryonuBlullklt Is the blltlJlalikjf 1 fnglugHorse Blankets etc r Special attention to mail ordersiEUGENE MINIHANf JO- wlugsvilleICy f RAOKETSTORE WMj We have on our fall goods direct from New York and so low you can t resislbu Ioread Boards 29u- olling Pins 8c- eartim B100IDIOcih Butter Molds IOc ups and Sincere set 2cc lates set 25 Spittoon china 25 15c utter Dishes china 250- orn Poppers r 8c Iron Handles 50- gg WhlpsJcena Insoles proicChildrens Toques 25 15u Fascinators 4525d Childrens Side Combs Combs j05t Knit Corset Covers Ladles Heavy Vests t Black Sateen Shirt 50ct Ladies Ladles Golf Gloved Mens Gloves Churn Trap 1I5 SOurl CASK PAID Volt EGGS E W HEFLINf SLESER ri1 flerODoys 5 4tWe have nIIlfle new single and doub1ebreasted Overcoats and CravenettesLI- f I youwant uptodate proofcoat come and seu LADIES CEAYENETTE COATS IWe are showing a nice line 0 these coatsSee them Ladies and Misses Cloaks We the newest things in all colors disappointed you do not see Pne DRESS GOODS f In all the new colors and materials for tailor i AH Sons w stock fruit and ornamental trees grape yinea appnragtiF small fruits rhu er nttlocue on application FOR SALE 5 steers weighing 1350 to 1400 lhsvind 4 weighing near 000 ibiSAll stock anti good condition 5A T DAVIS Ky Sweaters 15d1lOr Hack pro 25 Mittens 15lOiT prV 25c 50 25 1 t4 gel Ash B5t SWire Rut Granite Chambers a in an rain Inhave YOU vtfll be if our t suits TRY A PAIR POUR Shoes They are second tpi j none in style and wear Every pair guaranteed We have a varietj of styles The best is h i cheapest S SLESSER Owingsville Kentucky T jE JONES i f Q AGENT FOR 4S 1 VIRGINIA BLACK GOALBA fD SCREENED orders promptly attended toPritcs low as the lowest Telephone 70 HFHillenmeyer GRASSe Nurseries KyB of nodsteers good in 2t llillsboro C pr pr 10 1 Christmas i Is Coming tIAnd you will want to give some one a present that will be acceptable without being expensive Whatiis nicer than a years sub scriptibn to a good maga zine or newspaper I can fy get you any periodical a jI ttle cheaper than anyone els Drop me a card or call me up- JAMES M Boss Owing villeKy 0 il x i s i i I H lq 4 t t St 4 I4tr OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher 3 DWINQSVILLE KENTUCKI a THE HORN OF PLENTY IlaiV TIs a blast of tho bugle of peace e l U Rounds from tho farmhouse gate t Slie farmer bears it and waves his hat t He promised not to be satesll Bo over the meadow ana c Hahurrles in agr haste ill For ho SAJS to himself it would bo a lr Tot let GOOd victuals waste Ami lies hungry too lies been at work j 4 Since the early hours of morn And tho music he loves the best to hear Is the blast of the dinner hornrHo pecs in the farmhouse 1100111c framed A woman fit ample MIrth hMotter atul wife are her two names The dearest and best on earth Shes changed a bit since he kneW hertfirst i Then her waist was round and slim But Time the relentless has not failed To steadily challenge hImIMlo steps no longer a gallant gay As he did In youths fair morn 0But soberly marches with patient stride To the tune of the dinner liotuhMrs M L Payne in Herald i A ROSE OF NORMANDYf WILLUX B L WO80R t SChAPTER XIXCOSUED How know you it was I Could not any one of the numerous female a friends you must have at court have vI done as much l True mademoiselle but they would J not Court friends are but friends If I all goes well with one When ndvcr slty sets In they speedily forget you a You will pardon me if I sat that I knew of no one save yourself who would show such disinterested 1lndI ness to a man in need of aid Be sides I chanced to see at Quebec atnote addressed to Frontenac that he saId he had received from you The handwriting was the same as thatI Which was handed me after the duel In spite of herself Hence felt a thrlllI i of pleasure as she heard the expres sion of his high opinion of her This tow however was instantly replaced by rafeeling of chagrin as she realized from his last words It had been after 4 partIwas ubc saidE t It was but repaying n debt I owed dii you It was because of me that thof b quarrel originated I would have IlonoI as much for any man We arc then quits I dared not hope it was for any per III tonal reason replied Ton 1I sadly I But tell me one thing mademoiselle arid I shall weary ouno further 5e What have I done to merit the dls dain you have shown me cyer since i SVW0 met In New France Of what wrong or discourtesy have I been guilty No wrong have you done me was the animated reply If you will know I I shall tell you It is because of the t 3 i disappointment I can but feel to find that 1 have aided one so unworthy e because of the shame at recalling that those llpj that have uttered such false rested this hand If you k t4Iti g J i IithlU I 2 3tii t B ISdlltastefu f1 ieorntdiee4re 1 ii yoar alcnUons hl fact that I halo I rou an lnenoopresaellherhatid to her heart that throbbed I love you In spits of her words Tontl gave a start of surprise and- murmured That woman again Then gathering himself up proudly her plledWhat evil deeds or crimes i you may Impute to me I know not I r shall however continue In my dutyi Imy friend and not desist in my en uors for your comfort and safety I thant you for this interview nndlgathering up his load he boved and left the spot angry with himself at h finding that In spite of her wrath shetI was magnificent and realizing ei deeply bq loved herf1r Within a few was ready for 4 their departure The men sailed away lathe Tcsser laden lthstoresandI7 provisions while Tout the two women Pompon and tho Mo began warrior In a large canoe and I f7 turning llg prow outhwardsooitcrossedd 1 ihe enl of the 4aouthomshbre Toward Renee he main tained the isame attitude that hobadE fi before their recent Interview waa her comfort sought In every 3IAVIien the wind blew strong or A weather threatened a was m- adcIatldf cleared and the water was once more calm Oftme was not abundant but pr fish were easily caught Ocashonallyt i 3 when tljls diet became e camp Trasjiuilt and several days r4 i spent tit rest while the Indian madcI a trip tow htke Interior for venisont I or boar No savages were fTositi hoped to be able to pass by the c country of the Iroquois without meet Ing them Over onehalf of the dis tance was traversed without mishap i5and tbyrere opposite to that tier lion of thi country Inhabited by the I Senecn3thc vesterumo3t nation of the Iroquois confederacy when disaster a overtook them V They were proceeding along close toIthe shore because of the slight rou ncss ofjthewalef and were maklngull d iias te in order td get over this stag possifthe ragged edge of a rock Just hidden r witerSQcklalreatwas made nthe bottom or tlie canoe which quickly filled CII 4 Jk reened o one side and threw its Oc af f copaBts and contents Into the lake 001ltfldcHngiBg to tlie slippery surface of the t5IL 4 themleChleriIa women whoso cl6thlngsened to buoy them up strugglingvIIdIy With a shout To the Mobegau to save thb nun who was neatest him TonUhlmI Althoughtheshoie there was nothing to do but to swim 4c tar U lie seized the girl at the waists with oao hand while he strove with t Ids legs anclthe remaining arm to urge l4 her toward a place of safety It was r5 hard work hqwever as the clothing 5v that he wpre was made of skins antic ceibcaiso very heavy Renee too 1 friElitepfdattiesudden plunge strug gled fo free herself from his grasp Us finally calmed her and telling bar ltlar hand on lila sboulueri heIi = WaS aWe to make good headway Why l dyou not let the Indian eave pie she urmurcd ainresponsllilator I r pr e f Soon they reached the land Tonti was much exhausted by the struggle but supported his fair companion to a dry spot on tho sand and then turned is attention toward the rest Pom on still clung to his precarious perch The Mohegan and the nun however were In a bad plight Terror seemed to have bereft her of reason and she clung to her rescuer with a firm grasp impeding his progress Tout nv that would never be able to rcncbj under theexisting circumstances that he was coming and after throwing off his wellscaUed coat plunged to thcJr rcscrtc It waa time that some help arrived for tho nun had clasped the man about his neck with a grasp that he was un ble to shake oft Before Tonti baa covered half the distance they sanl from view They soon reappeared however struggling anew They were Wtnlgh exhausted and remained on hy surface but a moment Tonti called encouragingly but they did not hear him and sank again As he reached tho spot where they had dig appeared the head of the Mohegan arose front the depths but he was lone Breathless and half drowned e was anti Tonti hail to support him to enable him to regain his strength He soon learned thai the nun had maintained her grip on the Indians neck until they had sunk the second time anti hat only released her hold when they touched the bottom Tontl then dived but to no purpose anti yet second time she was not to be- ound Feeling his own strength beginning to fall anti knowing that the strong undercurrents had probably swept horIbody from that locality ho turned his attention to Pompon who was mak ing vigorous signals of distress leavingI the Mohegan behind to swim watch for the nuns reappearance HeI reached Pompon who had been occu pled in slipping from the rock and clambering up again just in time anti with him in tow turned toward theIshore The Indian soon relieved him of this weight for he was fast reaching condition when he would need bellihimself As it was had the been a dozen yards farther off he could have reached it lie managed however to touch bottom and crawl ut throwing himself upon tho sand utterly exhausted Renee who had watched his brave efforts ran to him loosening the sodden clothing about his neck and cliest as best she might chafed his hands anxiously Forgotten for a moment was the past with the lies whispered by Madame BIzard Into her unwilling car anti she saw only her lover anti hero engaged as when they first met In bravely de fending mill rescuing those in distress aw him as she had dreamed of himi o many times before boldly battling or others reeking not of the trc mentions odds against him saw him victorious yet vanquished And as lie fell her womans heart beat fastI with sympathy and alarm Her touch seemed to invigorate him for in a fewi WHV DID YOU NOT LET TILE IX DIX SAVE 1F5 moinents he opened his eyes breathed deeply and murmured Grace a bleu ou are safe But the uun is lost I my best Rente asr soon as she saw that head revived dropped his hand anti conI herself with telling him of her appreciation of his superhuman ef orts assuring hint that she was unhurt and although lamenting the loss f her companion expressed her thanks the remainder were saved They were all indeed in a ortIplight Not daring to light a fire it hey lied hall tho means with which toIo so for fear of attracting the at tention of the savages they were un to dry th r clothes Luckily the and was warm and by lying on it they were able to gather sufficient heat comfort Aside Irons their prox mlty to the dreaded Iroquois other dangers threatened them All of their ammunition and provisions had been lost iu the wreck of the canoe wire thus without food Ind with he prospect of a long weary march nmonJlhcmsclesor Fort Niagara as rapidly as porn ile Aklosko climbed the nearest tall trep to get a view of the surrounding country Hq could make out no signs of Indians They remained where they wnro for a day In order to regain their strength During this time the Indian was abllto set a trap and caught a he brought back in triumph This had to be eaten raw It was not a palatable dick for Renos but she recognlzeo the necessity of fortifying herself against the fatlguea of the Journey and bravely ate ne much as she could A few berries were also found They made but a shorU distance the first day as Renee unaccustomed to walking far soon became footsore They followed the sloreot the lako as closely as possible both because of the easier walking found there and al to keep near a supply of fresh water At night they sought shelter beneath a tree anti each of the men tookturhs In watching while Renee wrapped In Tontis coat slept soundly after tha fatigue of the day They proceeded thus for a week scantily supplied with food although Aklcsko exerted all of his skill and ingenuity in his endeavors to entrap small game or catch an oc casional fish and they hind progressed so far that Tonti began to feel easier as to their ultimate safety One dry they jwere resting about noon beneath n firtree when Pompon was sad denly seized with tha desire to climb to the top after a possible nest that he thought lie spied high up among the branches He had Hardly reached the upper limbs when Tonti glancing up was attracted by the vigorous signs hew making They were signs of alarm and caution Tho rest immediately be came Eolintmd waited Within a mo ment there emerged Intolhe little ctearlng near which they stood a band ofsome two score warriors evidently a hunting party from their dress At the same instant they caught sight of the little shipwrecked group beneath this tree and advanced toward them Vvjwa rxs r i if Li with a shout Tonll stopped forward and made signs of peace The Indians proved to be a band of Scnecas on their I way to the lake to fish Their loader I stepped n pace nearer than the rest and addressing Tonti said with a grtrht Who are you Tonti replied We are friends of i the great Onontto of Quebec lie sends I his greetings to his children and bids j you aid us We havo lost our way ask you to help us If you will furnish us with food and a guide t his house by the Great Falls he will re- tward yoV Tho hand of Onontio is weak anti a ho sometimes sleeps We have not seen him for a long time perhaps he Is dead He does not love us or he would not send the black gowns among us to bewitch our children nor the traderIwho cheat us of our skins If his frlemto he would not have allowed you to start upon so long a Journey without providing you with food and guns My while brother lies TheI French at the house beside tho Great Falls are not our friends for they have made our young men drunk with brandy anti then killed them I can do nothing for you you must return with ts to our village There the great chlet Wolf he whom you French call Lo Loup will decide- Resistance was useless as during this harangue the savages hind scattered anti now completely surrounded the party A seeming friendly compli ance was the best course so Tent replying said Wo will go with you to your vil lage anti there smoke the peace pipe with your chief Ho will restore our strength and go with us to the Great Falls and receive his reward The party then took up their return march Tonti anti his companions were not molested In any way but were treated with all kindness lIe kept near Retire who afllrlghted at the sight of so many halfnaked redmen eeemed to forget her former antipathy and imperceptibly moved closer to him Pompon unseen was left behind sheltered by the branches of the giant firiCHAPTER XX IX WHICH SOME DISCOVKR1KS Jm IADDiThe advance of the party was not rapid because of the inability of tho captives to make long marches Tho lender was evidently a subordinate chief who feared to Illtreat his white prisoners lest the responsibility of hay lug provoked hostilities with the French should be laid at his door At night a special shelter was provided for RenEe while Tonti and tho Mohe gan were permitted to rest on the ground near by Four of the number were detailed to procure food which they did in great abundance An otter was even made to provide a sort ofI bark litter for Hence swung from the shoulders of two of tho braves SheI refused this however as it would have separated her from Tonti whom sho silently appealed to more anti more for protection He noticed her changed demeanor but attributed it to the fact that ho was La Salles friendS and the only white man present Aft er the little camp was still at night he heard the call of a distant schreech bwl that he recognized as the signal of the everfaithful Pompon who was evidently following on their trail On their Journey to Quebec after escap lag from the Hurons they had devised a code of signs in case they shoulllI over bo separated The number ol hoots corresponded to a letter of the nlph1hhocpcddcd1 hytltre jerIasoLcHes lIf thre1ls CgsK Toiil1 WabhctbsiihT5outur larJth oUa ag i I hihiFEcamethe Cheering message I sha1I find means for your cs caue Six days they Journeyed thus AtIlength on the morning of the seventh the faroff barking of dogs was heard and the prisoners knew they were ap proaching their destination About noon they came upon a clearing about ten acres in extent situated on a plateau overlooking a beautiful lake sOme halfdozen miles long On this plateau about dwellings of varying sizes were scattered Irregularly Their ad veut was heralded by tho yelping of horde of nakqd children who sur rounded them followed by a swarm of Indian curs who barked vociferously The warriors bestowed a succession of cuffs and kicks when they approached too near and led the captives to ont of the smaller lodges which was un occupied The sides of this house were formed of a toublelO of tall saplings planted firmly In the ground whose tops were bent over and lashed together at tho top to form the rf The many In terstices of the branches served for the escape of the smoke from a fire which smouldered on tho ground in the middle of the floor Over all were spread sheets of bark like the clapboards of a sCtvillzed dwelling From a number of cross poles near the roof were sis pended a quantity of skins clothing pieces of smoked meat arid rows of dried ears of maize Around the in tenor about three feet from tile ground ran a shelf or scaffolding cov ered with n few mats and skins which evidently served for sleeping places for tho inmates Here in an atmos phere rendered almost unbearable by the heat anti smoke of the fire the three prisoners were left to await the return of the head chief and his men who were off on a hunting expedition for the day A guard at the door pre vented any intrusion anti the weary travelers were left in peace Tonti managed to collect a sufficient number of skins to curtain oft one end of the room and form a soft pile on which Renee could rest She received this thoughtful attention without thanks but yet will it the resistance with which she had formerly met Tontis kindly officesTo Be Continued Flxtnc Hrr Stntm A bachelor farmer a little past his prime finding himself hard up thought the best thing he could do would be to marry a neighbor of his who was re ported to have tome bawbees Meet- Ing with no obstacles to his wooing he soon got married One of the first purchases he made with part other money was a horse When be brought It borne he called put his wife to see it After admiring it she said Well Sam if it hadna been for my siller it wadna hae been there Jenny Sam replied Mf It had npt been for yer siller ye wadna has been here yer seLVPhiladelphla Telegraph Man of Nerve lIrtllninld the old gentleman sharply that young man you had in the parlor last night is dull of compre h nslorh All I had to do was cough when the other chaps remained too Into and they would take tho hint and de pat Did this one say anything when I coughed last night Yes replied tho beautiful daugh ter hiesaid the next time he culled k was going to bring ycnn hoWe c cough slruuVNewark News f j ft i if I o I r t JOSEPH IN PRISON = OUR BIBLE STORY by the and IiAInspired Word CopjrlBht bj JlI Bison Heripture Authority And tho Lord was lth Joseph and ho was a prosperous man nd lie was In tile house of his master the Egyptian And It came to pass vhcn his master heard the words of his v1e which she spuko unto him sayingrAfter this manner did thy servant that his wrath was kindled And Josephs master took him uml put him Into the hwereHut the Lord was with Joseph and showed him mercy und gave him favorln the sIght of tlie keeper of the prlsonGeri 332 41cf VD news sail cape s dally scandalctravels fast This dittrue in ancient Egypt Tim peo lIo who thronged the Htreeta in theIneighborhood of lIngswere whisperingc anti t was evident that something unusual had happenedor was about to happen The people stood In groups talking In low tonesIwhile at the same time their eswere on the alert as though unwilling- to miss some expected sight Yes I knew about it this morn ug for Knalt1as Potlphnrs heallIgardener told me said one withlsuperior air and all In the group pressed close about him exclaiming Oh do tell us all about IUIWell ejaculated one otthe listen ers after the speaker had finished his story thats what comes from put ting so much power and authority InI the hands of a Hebrew slave nndt the words were accompanied by a sinister sneer antI angry shake of the head Hell surely be hanged spoke up anotherHush Here they come cautioned the first speaker and all eyes were suddenly turned In the direction he pointedA of soldiers was clearing a pathway through the crowded street and behind them walked one ot the prison attendants leading by a rope the prisoner whose bands were manIacled but instead of the cowering lookI of fear the lagging step and the bowed form such as was to be expected CromI one who wascharged with so heinous a crime and who faced almost certain death the form was erect the stepI firm and the face though drawn and tense had upon it no lines of fear or cringing subserviency Tub manly dignified bearing the selfcontained poise of the head the earnest optn countenance the frank eyes looking out straight before them were all noted by the curious unsympathetic crowds as he passed and the taunts of derision and Jeers ot contempt died away on their lips And while they were lost In wonder Joseph the tprls oner the accused Hebrew slave dis appeared behind the dark doors of tac kings prison With scant ceremo- t5caWimiaj rM WaQ4thrus IJttW r f C n t lWl t j Jthi1iiad beeitsuo J M 1i nbusiness had prospered in his bands I would order his executionat once Potlphar exclaimed as he paced up antI down In the offices ftheReeperI of the prison It could be seen that be was deeply agitated He was angry with Jlseph1 but It was quite apparent that he CeltI keenly the downfall of so valued a slave Turning suddenly upon the keeper lie continued See what thou canst do with him If lies will but confess his guilt antI express repentance will restore him his place But plead and threaten as I will I can wring from him no word or look that would condemn him He stubbornly maintains his in nocence Deal harshly with him It may be hc will consider the folly of his ways Tho keeper of the prison bowed his acceptance of tho commission and Potlphar departed That waa tho be ginning of severe days of trial for the accused Joseph Seated on the hard floor of his dark gloomy quarters he waited Had God forgotten What profit now for all his loyalty to God and his faithful service Did It pay to do right Yes he thought as the light of Gods presence stole Into his heart It It better to be able to look up Into His face In innocency than to hold all that Egypt coUld give or even life itself if it must be won by wrongdoing Virtue is her own reward ifter all and tho clean heart and life kept so by firm purpose in the face of soro temptation possess an in ward peace and confidence which can not be shaken or destroyed by even the bitterest persecutions from with out Titus It was with Joseph and It enabled him to rise above the pri vations and the trials of the days which CpHowed The keeper of the prison was first exasperated then puzzled anti at last won by his cheerful yet calm demeanor During the days after his first interview with Joseph he tried to frighten and crush him into submission Scant was his fare antI the bastinado was repeatedly used upon him to wring from him the con Cession which Potlphar so much wanted But all to no purpose and at last the keeper of the prison resolved that ho would resort to extreme measures If Joseph would not admit his guilt he should hang find in order to Impress him with the awfulness of the penalty which threat cncd him it was arranged that he should witness the execution of one of the kings servants who tied Incurred tho royal disfavor and was to be hanged The day before tho sentence was to be carried out till condemned man was placed In the duugeon with Joseph the keeper reasoning that the terror and apprehension of the man- would so work upon Josephs nerves as to make the latter break down when he too should stand in the CHICAGO TO BE MANLESS Statistics for Summer Show That 3 913 Males Died and 2070 Fenwjlss September Health Record Chicago Is Chicago becomlifg a manless clty2 This is the ala lUiDg question which Is rtiggestod by thejtable showing the comparative death rate of men end women In Chicago for thcisuu mer Just ended fi s a statistics fact that more fe wales art burn lu Chicago ID a y carl loan i bcJ a J shadow of the gallowi tate at ijtgot the keeper anxious to know haN Ut plan was succeeding softly entered the Inner prison and hearing voices ho paused to listen Thou hast naught to fear If thy heart Is guiltless Joseph was say lug Only ho whose wickedness has een his undoing needs to tremble at death Yea but I would live But if It hath been decreed dif ferently It were well for thee to die like a man upon whom no stain of crlmerpslsIHut fenrest thou not thy btotINay I fear rather to dd wrong like thee am accused wrongfully t is through no wickedness on my part that am here The Cod ofI Heaven from Whom nothing Is hid knows the Innocency of my hands and will not forget me In my trouble He is able to deliver if He so wills an trust Him He Who has kept mince I was brought into Egypt will- ontinue to care for me Ab I wish I could feel as thou ost None of the gods cf the Egyp Is able to so do lint thou hast helped me Thy sweet confidence has cheered my heart I shall sleep now The terrors of the morrow shall not ob me of my rest And the keeper standing there ia he darkness waited until the deep breathing told that sleep had onic and then wondering and troubled he quietly stole away Never before had ho hail such a prisoners was this servant of Potlphar Never before hall be found an accused and Imprisoned man who was not willing to do most anything to escape punishment He felt uneasy and anxious and troubled dreams broke his rest next morning as he was prepar ug to carry out the decree of Pharaoh ie received a message from the palace- on which the seal of tho king was yet freslf ordering that the condemned servant be restored to his place and the sentence of death rescinded The conversation of the night before flashed across his mind anti nil ho towards the dungeon he mutr By the gods of all the Egyptians It beats even the great god Osiris What would the priests think to hear Joseph speak of his o I fear to trouble the man further Surely he is more righteous tBan his accusers He drew the bar back with a thud The great door creaked on Its hinges as he pushed it open and stepped within In the dim light be could see the two prisoners seated side by side talking together and as he became accustomed to the gloom the place he could see that the look abject terror which had distorted the face of the kings servant the night before was gone and In Its place there rested an expression of reslgnaUon mingled with hope As soon as he had been released and returned to his place in tho palace the keeper had Joseph brought to him determined to learn more fully concerning him Tell mo of thyself ho demanded bluntly when Joseph appeared tip to the present time be bad not given the man an opportunity to speak for himself having demanded only that he confess his guilt and plead for mercyBut of what avail is itthal I 81iobUtcpeaiHaveI not already rOld t ec- r1 c1tarHd tYP jJ lItiff 11 Jt ke taiaiTuay1ibt speak against the wife of my master The keeper looked into the clearcut earnest face before him lIe noted the frank straightforward expression of the eye He felt the power of that quiet voice which protested his innocence And he liked the magnanimous spirit which prompted him to refuse to make any charges against the wom an who had been responsible for his downfall But he was puzzled to know the secret of the young mans reserve and quiet selfpossejslon in the face of ida difficulties and dangers Carest thou not that these troubles have come upon thee How canst thou bo cheerful and hopeful in the face of thy misfortunes Joseph searched the face of the man who up to the present moment had done his utmost to break him down lIe saw that it was no Idle curiosity which had prompted his questions He only needs to fear who dues wickedly Why should not hope Sill the heart and cheerfulness rest on the countenance of him whose God is the Lord of Heaven The GodoC my fathers Who has been with me in prosperity will not leave me now that the clouds of adversity have settled about me God can make even tho darkness to bring blessing to the day which follows for Is it not In the night that the refreshing dew falls and is it not then that nature gathers strength and inspiration for th6 growth of another day nut thou art In prison and in the shadow of the hangmans noose Can thy God be with thee still to give thee help asked the keeper more than ever mystified by the confidence of Joseph Yea the true and living God is not kept back by prison bars arid even the plots of the wicked come to naught when He puts forth His hand to save And is your God greater than tlie gods of the Egyptians the gods who have their dwelling place in our mighty temples It must be so for He is above all and over all No other god can stand- n His presence The fearlessness and earnestness of the young man in denouncing even the great gods of the Egyptians startled anti yet Impressed the Egyptian Jailer and after ho had dismissed I Joseph from his presence be sat long antI studied over what the young man had said There was a genuineness about the ydung man which captivated him and from that day he became nls friend and it was not long ere he had committed to his hand all the prison era that wcro in the prison amid tlhatsoevcr they did ttiero was under the wise management of Joseph so that the jaficf looked not to anythlpg that was under his band for the 1herUaImales The mortality summer of 1P05 ended September 23 published In the weekly bulletin of the health department the other day shows that lastiiimmcr 3913 males died In this city and 207U females The percentage of male deaths too over femalt dealths has increased since last summer The freak weather of 1905 is blamed by Drr Whalen fur the heavy Increase in mortality aniocg children lor this last summer The increase Is 128 year dI i t i rfr 7s 1f fF c j r STAT ODDS AND ENDS 1 WHISKY INSURANCE I The Recent Advance in the Rates I Causes Feeling Among Distillers Loulfrvllle Ky Nov 4rJThe recent advance In tho rate of Insuranco onI tho whisky In warehouses has caused considerable feeling among the Ken tacky distillers who it is understood will fight the move John B Thompson a leading distiller of tho state with warehouses located at Harrods burg firing the opening gun in a let ter to Claude F Snyder secretary of the Kentucky and Tennessee how of underwriters at Memphis Mr Thomp son says in part I have just been informed by the local Insurance agent tbat he had received instructions to Increase the rate of Insurance upon all whiskies stored in my warefcocsea 15 cents on the 100 making a rate of 65 cents Instead of 50 cents as here tofore and that this increase applies to all the distillery bonded warehouses in the state It In a matter of great surprise that the rate of insur ance applicable to the whole state should be assumed to be raised to the extent to which It was or changed in any other way without any conference or consultation whatever with tIme In sured and it seems to me that this action wilt precipitate a conflict and controversy between the companies and the insured of a much more seri ous character than those through which we have recently passed IN AN OPEN SWITCH The Passenger Train Struck and Two People Were Injured Shelby vllle Ky Nov 3TIle 6t bound train of the Southern railway known as No9 ran into an open switch 200 yards east of the depot A gondola car loaded with pig iron was struck W D LIgrldge was injured shout the limbs Others were also more or less hurt The train was crowded Mayor Wills on behalf of the city offered assistance to the in lured None were killedbut the number of Injured was quite large Allt lie girl was carried to the Armstrong hotel and medical aid was called for her The engine was wrecked Hall the train been going at full speed the loss of life would probably have been frightful THE NEW RULE The Employes In Post Offices Can Bo Dismissed Fort Cause rLouisville KysNor 3 Postmaster Baker ivecvIom the postmaster genera ft copy of the order recently adopted at a meeting of President Roosevelts cabinet which provides for the removal of government em loyes tor cause even though they are protected by civil servIce regulations The order is included in the official bulletin and Postmaster Baker con strues this to mean that every postmaster in cities of the first class may dismiss employes If their removal will improve the postal service Smith Returns To Louisville 4 iicy NOv 2W ft Smi- thMejts1io tW nr1a wasiecentlyIn- dictediYr l grajid jury on the charge of embezzlement making false entries and appropriating funds of the bank and who has been away for some time returned to Louisville More haa 193000 was Involved in the al leged peculations Louisville Customs Collections Louisville Ky N0v2James P Thomas cashier under C M Barnett collector of customs for the port of Louisville Is highly elated over the showing made for October Tho col lections for the month were J3852667 For October of last year the total col lections were 2710746 Culmination of a Romance Lexington Ky Nov 3ThC mar riage of Miss Mildred McCann an4 TJullnMoss by Rev C H H Branch Vas the culmination of a romance which began by the groom dictating Jettere to the bride wblle she was the public stenographer in theIphoenix hotel Federal Prisoner Bankrupt Covington Ky Nov 3 Bankruptcy proceedings were begun against Chas W Durrah of Ft Thorna Ky who was Indicted by the federal grand jury for Illegally receiving and disposing of soldjera accouterment and who on Tuesday was sentenced to the federal prison at Atlanta Ga Big Farm Sold at Auction Georgetown Ky NOT IfThe 220 acre farm of Squire S B Triplett lo cated hear Stamping Groundha3 been sold at public auction to Late Robin son a wealthy fanner at 60 an acre Mr Triplett will move with Jila family to Kansas shortly She Killed Herself Cynthlana Ky Nov 4Mrs Nelson Whltefaead aged 20 committed suicide near Smithsonville fh ibis county by shooting hersoif In the left breast with a pistol She married Whltehead a year ago Shortly after they separated Wanted on Another Warrant Lexington Ky Nov 4W R Rey man released from jail last week on a bond of 600 furnished by W A Cox of Versailles has so tar eluded time po lice who want him 6a another war rant sworn out by S L Van Meter Offers Additional Reward Hickman Ky Nor 2An additional reward of3OO baa been offered rill tho arrest and conviction of the murderers ofEiv Ro chby the citizens in the neighborhood of the crime The money has been placed in the hands of Sheriff George L Carpenter Stinson Pest Office Burned Denton Ky Nov 2Thepost of Ace at SUnson and the residence of RoberlE sterling at that place were destroyed by Ire Tho blaze was TTRS caused by a defective flue which set the building lire 0Fusion Ticket Must Go On Ballot Frankfort Ky Nov aTho court of appeals in chambers heard argu ments Jn the Letcher county ballot case and decided tljat the fusion tick et for county offices must go on tht ballot under the rooster the democratic device Charged With Murder Versailles Ky Nov 3 County De actIve McBeth of Unlontown Pa lef- tbere4ith Clifford Hawley who wal invested in this county tlaatC week llmCQnIDonOhUe r ffiV V r Jvfjff r HER LEG BROKE OFF The Member Flew Up and Struck Her In the Back Paducah Ky Nov 4BettleFran cis an aged negress said to be 100 years old was walking along in Wick life Ballard county when one of herI legs snapped off and flew up cued struck her In the back When she dis covered what had happened she picked up the limb and crawled home The breaking was not accompanied by any pain and the case 4s possibly with out a parallel The old ladyfor Her era years has theeagraA1ual drying up What Is known as senile gangrene set in and withered the leg Still she hobbled about on It and when she started on the street she felt something give way She explain ed that it felt as if some one had struck her In the back The blow was accompanied by a popping sound and when she found that she could not support herself aa before she stum bled and fell and later crawled to her home some distance away FIRE ATGEORGETOWN A Number of Dressed Turkeys Were Ruined and Many Fowls Burned Georgetown Ky Nov 2A firs that raged for au hour and a half in the center of the city Inflicted about 15000 damage It started in the sta ble of Trailer Abbott a twostory frame structure on West Ninth street A number of horses were in the place and before they could be got out many were scorched and three bad to be shot City Engineer Joe Offutt was severely cut on the arms while trying to get the horses out The fire sprea to the grocery of J C Moreland Tha stock was almost entirely destroyed by water and in carrying it Out The loss Is 500 and that to the building the property owned by Warren SmiTh is 700 A number of dressed turkeys were ruined and many live fowl burned The carriage repair shop of Pat McCullogh was damaged 1OOQ The stable building of Trailer 6 Abbott is owned by J N Hunt Cashier Sam S Cox Dead Hartford Ky Nov 4A telegram has been received here announcing the death of Sam S who died at the residence or his broiIier4nhaw Chas Rodgers at Elkton to which place he had recently gone for a ehort visit Mr Cox was the cashier of the Ohio County bank of this placeI Installed As Postmaster Lexington Ky Nov 2 Charles H Berryman was installed as postmaster at Lexington to succeed H Clay Elkin who died several months ago Mr Berryman will conduct the office for the three years remaining of the Elkin term and will turn the salary over to Mrs ElkIn the widow To Establish a University Lexington Ky NOv 3Tho plan to establish a university in this city by the United Charities of Amerfe has met with the approval of tie cF55 ens of Lexb gtonDF Southerl national president of the United Cl nero AmeHC hM asked what dii 4I11y wouMoffe- rIbleEiectrT8heck rLexington Ky Nov2R El goo a student at the State collefi the unusual experience of 11O of electricity passing through hlsM and living to talk about It Twelt hundrpd volts are considered practically sure death andlOOO volts rare ly fall to prove fatal Sower Ordinance Valid Frankfort Ky1 Nov 2The court of appeals reversed the judgment ot the lower court in the case ot the city of Coyington against Noland Co from Kenton The court here holds the sewer ordinance valid and says the property owners must pay their proportional part Killed By An Officer Pineyllle Ky Nov 3It developed that Brantley Smith who was killed near the depot was shot by Assistant Chief of Police Anthony Broughton Witnesses say Smith had been drink lag and trying to raise a row and re sisted being arrested Plan New Trust Company Louisville Ky Nov 4G R Hunt jr has secured an option on the ground floor of the new Paul Jones building to be erected at Fourth ave mine and Jefferson street and the proposed new trust company will occupy It at a yearly rental of 20000 Aged Farmer Dies Suddenly Ellzabethtown Ky Nov 3WinS Sprigg aged 79 years a wellknown farmer of this county died of heart disease while sitting in a chair at the fireside He is survived by four dill dren Jack Jones Surrenders Madisonville Ky Nov 4Jack Jones who shot and killed Robert Wy j tt at Beulah schoolhouse October 20 surrendered to the authorities hero and is now in jail Jones and Wyatt become Involved In a quarrel over a young woman Stabbed a Doctor Stanton Ky Nov 4At Cfcy City Powell county Dr R A Irvine Jr In a dispute with some negroes was se riously stabbed by Mack Orear The prisoner has been taken to Jackson Jail to avoid a mob General Store Robbed Cloverport Ky Nov 3The gen oral merchandise store of Frank Fralza at this place was robbed of men4 clotnmg and a ladys gold watch the goods being valued at 400 The rob bers entered antI escaped by a rear window Brakeman Mangled By Cars Lawrenceburg Ky Nov 3WIlliam- HLewis brakeman on the Southern railway while making a coupling mu the yards here fell under the cars anti was horribly mangled death result ing Instantly He lived at Louisville Reveler Badly Wounded Lexington Ky Nov 2J E Shely a prominent young man is at St Jo sephs boinltal here dangerously wounded Shely said lie was on hit way home Tuesday wWn some Hal loween revelers shooting onfhe streets acldentally shot him May Be Extended To Paducah Paducah Ky Nov iIt Is proba ble that the longexpected announce meat that the Frisco railroad system will enter Paducah will be made at a meeting bf the officials of tne system inNewYork VitliJn tlie riext few days- t 4 T i f h ft rrLIt4 p LOOKED LIKE TRESPASS f4 Tub in the Jadgef lake and Gsb There Without His Xmowl edge One of tf judges of the snpreie court P of New York stateowns and has a country retidence on the banks of a lake in the northern pant of the state and few days the president of a camping and njoiag club went to thejurist arid Judge would you bare any objection to4 our club on the opposite your lake for a couple of weeks I what object gravely queried the y i Iostly to fih Fish Fish But wirer would yoa fish LFButthere 4 It is accounted the be t lake for fihingt In the whole tate Havent you found that out after lived there ton five years Notatail Ineyerheardthattberewaf L fish in those waters Ita a muss look into and meanwhile can camp and fish all you want to Dear dear me Fish In my hake and I didntknow it I think I shall order both parties to prepare brief on that CONSTIPATION AND STOM ACH TROUBLE CAN BE g CURED jtiT 8 Jaasien President of the MUi vmukee Retail Druggists Associa tion Talks on the Dangers oC Constipation and Stom ach Trouble j Have you noticed the large number of cases of typhoid fever lately said Mr 4tivelanai fever appcndictWand many kindred complaints ore the fesult of constipation which in many caaes ia patient to run without proper treat ment YoujrfU remember when you were a child and the doctor was called his first prescription was a dose of castor oil All know the value of having the bowels thorouhljopened People Ibcy grow allow constipation to be come chronic through lack of attention I Constipation is the failure of the bowela to carry off the undigested food ffiflcl collects In the alimentary canal and there decays generating poisonous disease germs Thegergerms find their way into the blood by means of which they are earned to every tissue This fever thus created af not only the lungs kidneys stomach heart sail nervous system fact organ of the body is liable to break down as a result The blood becomes thin anti watery The sufferer loses in flesh uL strength Castor oil and pills will not F cure an affliction like Something kmanya great many having the most popular store of the kind in the city I do not often talk about manufactured medicine but the high esteem in which Mulls Grape Tonic is held by the drug and fraternities has impressed me and I know from actual experience liens in our store that Mulls Grape Tonic i d cures constipation sad stomach trouble positively and permanently Mulls Grape Tonic is not a physic but it immediately clears the bowels of the decaying food because of the peculiarly strengthening effects it exerts over or gans of the digestive system As a tonic is superior to the nauseating cod liver oil compounds It flesh faster and creates strength quicker than any other preparation known to medical science The ingredients are positively harmless made mainly from crushed grapes and i fruits Although a full bottle might be taken at once no inconvenience would result I only wish that people paid more timportanceuntil the most serious trouble and some deadly disease fastens itself on ie con Btitution There is really nothing easier to take than Mulls Grape Tonic I hope you through the influence of your paper can the readers to a sense of the t gravityof allowingconstipation to become TE FoR THIS FREE BOTTLEr TODAY jod for ailing children and narmei y f vbers aif rf Send this coupon j name 551 iddreu and onrne lor tree tie of MoWs Grape Toac for Stomach SaeA Rowel to jSfuLtsGBAPB Toxic Co 147 Third Ave Reck sland III Fait At Ira m4trrtf Platnlw The 00 txjtlU contains nearlj tbtet tlmts tteSOctlie 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woraftu get rid of certain physical troubles as com gettingpo kj1Pi3bmataba Miss recently You t tnow she continued that a voinaus Mhealth depeuds chiefly on the regu 4 of just ouo function If she r rails to keep that properly regulated she Z has no end of physical misery I snPs fered from that one cause for during one of which I twaheptiu bed aU the time I tried J medicuies enough to euro any illness 4j Lot nothing gave me tho slightest beno J Dt until I bcgau using DrWulianis Pinka Pills for Palo People They cured me Why I was suffering all the time prac tically from sickness of the stomach dizziness or swimming in my head and t pain in my back Now I am entirely trio from discomfort of that sort I am irnotouly able to keep on my feet huttoa enjoytrl a possession of sound healthf U Within three weeks after beginning Dr iVilliatna Pink I ex such relief that I knew they tl1peneuced aptod to tho needs of my case them for a short while longera II i Th euwomnuanllthnrf4S0nWhYISS1mII DrWIlliamsPinkPillsta nlarad painless banish headaches lan lo c pnor nervousness create appetite pro tt mote diBestion pnt color iu the com of plexionlinild np treigth and health Every woman sin uld send to the DrdWilliams Medicine Company 7 0tadyNY for a valuable booklet en ol titled Plain Talks to Women It will free in sealed envelope to the t tlrMrcsI of any applicant DnWiuianii II uggiitsiWORK OF INVENTORS I A new timerecording camera has 4 f been patented in England By photo p tI sraphlng an automobile in motion and a watch at the same moment it is pos slble for policemen to produce absolute s proof that a motorman has exceeded ti tho legal speed limit i if It is reported from London that an Inventor named Apostoloff has tie- S vised a new process of milling wheat 4 by which tho quantity of flour ob V tamed is no less than 15 thPrf Is improved at the same time A device has been patented In Aus t tralia whereby a number of radial of curved Vsectioned vanes of blades are i lisposeil between the hub and rim is pf the wheel of a cycle for the pur pose of assisting the propulsion of tbe vehicle by means of the air currents in duced by the vanes I An inventive genius has patented a detachable fur collar for overcoats and some local clothing manufactur ers think highly of It It fastens oyer f the permanent collar with flaps and i when adjusted It would puzzle an extr pert to detect its on arid off feature 1 t The economy herein presented Is obvl P ous fAnItalian scientist has Invented a substitute for Irrigation Ho uses the fruit of the Barbary nopal a fig tree which bears flgg that are ex iPJJcelleiit reservoirs of moisture In the f spring the scientist digs a ditch abouttv tho foot of the tree ho desires teetfrea the coming drought and tblsn l1 i ditch Is flied with figs cut Into thicki b S ipjeces A dense layer Is made p beatendowu The mucllaglnour pulp 0 I r vovenA witb earthstQrC up much 1nrnIstire wblcbit giv t KM allyjsjctetiU timi trenrwfm It lP7idourtocLI JJj4a3- l i IE OALLLANDf fY f f i Qla r wmenaInt ihelC i faees blueaud yclto jr t ft tto f In India tho won e of three high A i4 i icaatea aimt their teeth blackdi Lorn womeh dye s coloro pink green blue andt 2 scarletr j la Nw iiolland scars ma dJIi j fully It1J shells form elaborate pat k t Vhbras onihe ladles facesSr t In iwai South can r thet 1cieen draw the front teetbesteemt f InFas an ornament the gap dIllS made v In New Guinea the ladieS wear nose t i rings piercing the nose in the same f TledI8h way that civilized women earsc1Pj I i i WEE WITTY SITSit j Our worst enemies are the friends who have failed to find us profitableJ t The cost of living trouble 1 r tthose who can beg borrow or steaLl ft Is not necessarjr for a man to f c 1carry a gun if be Is looking for work t A tot of energy Is expended In tryIf Ing to lad out things we are sorry to knowsA metropolis is a town of so much Importance that it no longer has to Jt brag about It v i Ii 4 OLD FASHIONED FARE 1c 1 Hot Biscuits GriddleCakes Plea and r r Puddings j 2 t 1 i JTliefoodthat made the fathers strong c c Is unfit for the children un t I f tier thanew conditions that our chang t tag civIiIzaU n Is constantly bringing In One fMr Bryans neighbors in r totbcgreatatateor Nebraska writes lfAf was in the south v liWiJ 1 1 hot biscuits griddlecakes pies and veryIt firaaka I found myself a sufferer front r f Indigestion and its attendant Ills t djstrese and pains after meals an al- most1A ceastant Headache dull heavy t sleepUesa by daYanlisIeepIcs3nessat t night less of flesh fm lred memory eCc etc tf 1 HI was rapidly becoming Incapaci i tated for business when a valued l Weld wtTKested change In my diet n r the abandonment of heavy rich stuff N 1 aiid the IHW of GrapeNuts food I t1 folowed the good advice and shall al f ways bethaHkful that I did SO rCyhatever may be the experience tbeIsmoat immediately My stomach which i u had rejected other toodfor so long f oJttQGra1J1tN ts most kindly In a 1 darorlQ my headache was gone tI began to sleep healthfully and before f r aiYl eekya Uesc ales ab 0w d that mj 1eat wetgfct waa ceateg back My tj ffleacry was rertoredwith the re i JtetI r tbt IfcItI11 body and f three years now Grape 0 X r Nuts food bar keptnioin prime condf ijtejfi and f rest1 ot yIi c 4Mitf by the aymT 2 yefcrold baby Jlljas fond of GrapeNuts as I i am always JBsltsonbavlagILIt 1 I Ieee eras healthy and hearty as- ao tHY sake Ibeffl Name given by i r l eits Ce Battlo Creek Mich ttteres a rstseu f lt mieR iJiQ v t U t ri f it p J l Itc x b if i7I J N t fii f r Jl iG n 1jiJ djqJS I1tJfY j + r P t = or HAPPENtNHS IN ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE News of the Past Few Days Col lected and Presented in aCondensed ITHY AND POINTED PARAGRAPHS Prominent Event That Have Taken s Place Together With Interaetlngb Foreign Notes Dolngs of at Public Officials News From Russia Emperor Nicholas of Russia issued n Imperial manifesto appointing Count WHto as premier anti granting of 2bdicates 0basedson freedom of conscience speechw iiion and association Ho establishesL lt unchangeable rule that no law shallfo cnforctblo without tho approval ofcho state douma and that It shall possible for the elected of the people exorcise real participation In thewsupervision of the legality of the actsKtho authorities appointed by themT At Kazan Russia the attack of a etachment of Cossacks on a number prominent members of the profes slons during a celebration led to anscucouutcr In which the troops sedt 11Hundredsand wounded throughout Russia In at tempts of mobs to liberate politicalu prisoners At tolCnDon pere sous wcrVeleased and all were up to the mo13tW1yIstokA AntiJewish riots took pla e at Nove gorod Russia and attempts were made to pillage the Jewish shops as In the result of which the Jews held a demonstration in which revolutionary nags were carried The council of the workmens dele p gates at SL Petersburg Issued a notice d polnlihg out tbe necessity for arming workers for a decisive struggle torae convocation of a constituent asnsembi based on universal suffrage of with a view to the formation of a din ocrattc republic The dlsordersJn Russia continue Itaestimated that In provincial hIOOOQwoundKleff correspondent says that the Brit- Ish consulate has boOn rfdded with Cfirecompletely devastatedaIt is claimed that the riots In hussla were instigated by pardof the autocracy The Jews of New York city have ap t rIllscncc to induce the Russian government to stop time ibrutal masacro ofsJews tlMlmllneousThe president Issued his proclamaT ion naming Thursday ext as a day for thanksgiving The president Is hack this desk t tltripBS a most enJoyablle piitablex- perience Particularly en fCliarloaffice of assistant seer rIJiZ1 theP navy which post ho has De comber 1C 1901 Ho will d by Truman R1 rolL Mich ICharles A SUillngs or ppointed public printer I enL The position which ic Printer Rlcketts will occupxunder now administration of the affairs f the government printing office will c e Further determined by MrStihhinsp ons shdwnto be guilty of crimes byb he revelations in life Insurance now being made by the New York legislative investigation committee were made by District Attorney Wit liam T Jerome J G Rawltngss w under death pen tence at Valdosta Ga has made a confession of hiring Alf Moore to kill AV L Carter but he says that the kill ng of tho Carter children was not In the trade The monthly statement of the pub le debt shows that at the close of business October 31 1905 the debt ess cash in the treasury amounted to 1002646125 which Is an Increase for 2 the month of 6068116 The monthly statement of the got ernment receipts and expenditures that for the month of October 1905 the total receipts were f50492 691 and the expenditures 155710037 leaving a deficit for the month of 5 217346 President Abercromble of the University of Alabama has been notified by Dr Georga RK Parkin of London that there will bo no election for tho Cecil Rhodes scholarships throughout tho United States next year Charles Baird graduate director of athletics at tho University of Michi gan inc received notice of his ap pointment by the prince royal of Greece to membership on tho AmerI- can committee for the Olympian games of 1906 Rr Adm Charles W Rae engineer Inchief of the United States navy In his annual report calls attention to tho critical condition of engineering in the navy and points to the explo sion on the gunboat Bennlngtoh In Sap Diego harbor which belays most forcibly emphasizes the necessity of serIous and immediate attention Official notice was received at Wil mington of the suspension of Cornol lus Harnett council No 231 Royal Ar canum by the supreme regent of the order In the United States because 0fa recent circular letter promulgatcd by tbe local council protesting against the advanced Insurance rates upon the order According to a report made to May or Weaver by W Bleddyn Powell the city architect the city of Philadelphia has been defrauded out of thousands of 4ollar3 in the construction of six pavilllonu for consumptlyea on the grounds of the Philadelphia hospital At Heislngfors the Swedish steam er Johann and the Russian Schooner Antores collided and both boats sank almost Immediately AH but three men of the two crows numbering 30 men were drowned i lealthO lrtrDoty of New York suspended the regulation requiring vessels from southers domestic ports to stop at the quaraaUue station for examination except in the ease of ves sels from New Orleans An explosion occurred In the mines of the Central Coal and Coke Co at HatordArk Three stot flrers wer- t1llled E y j r i y 4 V in J t f With three men under arrest one of whom Is said to havo made a conies of sion and four Important witnesses to sonfrnnl two of the men who are in custody In New York Boston atithori Jes hellevts that they are within a measurable distance of a final solu ton of the dress suit case tragedy of which Susan Geary a Cambridge Mass chorus girl was the victim Dr Percy n McLeotl of Boston was rested in connection with tho suit e as murder lie Is charged with per forming an illegal operation on Susan Geary tio Cambridge chorus girlw whoso remains were found In two suit d cases In tho waters of Boston harbor Time monthly colnaso statement hoirs that during the month of Octo er 1M5 the total coinage executed the mints of the United States was 21836SO as follows Gold 1132 500 silver 762000 minor coins 294150 Tho monthly circulating statement shows that at the close of business October 31 1905 the total circulation national hank notes was 524408z49 an Increase for the year of f7 and an Increase for the monthw f 80rfi009 Several Presbyterian ml slonarlD ore saln by Chinese fanatics at tlte- einclion mission The victims of the- anatics are Mrs K C Maclilo andg lmlId Mr aud Mrs Peale and Eleanor Chestnut Lelnchow is a towmv 12000 Inhabitants situated In thed estern portion of tho province of I wantung at tho head of the Gulf ortong King and Canton Is the near at telegraph station iJboardacr was due In a great measure top boycott ngitrtlon In China which as aroused the Chinese against all foreigners Complete Immunity from prosecution nder the pending Indictment return d by tho federal grand Jury several onths ago Is claimed by J Ogden- rmourand the other defendant packa rs and agents charged with moters of the socalled Beef Trust an additional plea In bar filed by Attorney Joseph Smller the packers representative The statement of the vest ofllcc de arment relative to rural free deliv ry for October places the total 11UI11r ber of routes In the country at 33MSJ n Increase of 1893 since July Illi ois leads the list of states with a total 2608 routes North Dakota has 2 392 Iowa 2184 and Indiana 2065 Texas Tom Walsh well known racing men all over the coun try as a plunger and owner of race orses tiled at the Mullanphy hospital t Louis front dropsy Miss Berncdetta Decker daughter of Justice Edward J Decker died at Cumberland Md as a result of Inter ai injuries received In a young wom ns football game William Astor son of William Wal or Astor was called on to pay a 2 tax as an alien before being admitted o the United States on his arrival at ew York on the steamer Cedric from s LlverpGolcWhite running under a full head of teama freight engine on ths Houston Texas Central railroad was blown atoms by the explosion of the boil three miles south of Ennis Tex wo men were killed and one fatally u hurtIt is asserted that the Kiel canal is- o be widened and deepened In order accommodate the heavy type of war ssels now contemplated- The fever situation at Pensacola Improvomenttherob n orted wlthone death that olDr row1 et ThamesnThesaiQ of 25000 acres of coal landJono of the largest deals over consum mated by Unlontowh Pa men was closed The property is located in Mohongalla and Marioa counties West Virginia and the price paid by the syndicate Is said to be 2500000 A B Stickney president of tho ChiI age Great Western railroad Is quoted s saying that President Roosevelts roposed rate bill will pass congress Verner Wise 17 was killed In a foot ali game between two high school teams at Chicago In honor of the 53d anniversary ol the birthday of the emperor of Japan Sndazuchl Uchida consul general for his majesty in New York gave a reception and banquet at Sherrys at which about 200 were present The contest for the typewriter cham pionship of the United States was held n New York Tie winner was Paul Munter o New York who wrote 2t99 words In 30 ntluu1esIBusiness failures In the United States for the week ending November number 160 as against 178 the prey ous week 200 in the like week of 1904 216 In 1903 and 148 in 1902 The agitation in favor of association football has reached Princeton univer sity and all those interested in form ing a team met and decided to organ ize such a team Immediately The Hotel Lexington Chicago the property of thecndowment rank of the Knights of Pythias has been sold for 400000 giving that rank a surplus of 1500000 An effort will now be made to dispose of property located at Wil mington Del Former State Senator Hanna ot Clay county and a leader of Kansas populism declared that Roosevelt is a populist and that his party would re nomrnato him for president In 190 Secretary Taft arrived at Panama and was received at tho station by a special government commission In company with Gov Mngoon the secre tary paid a visit to President Amador and his cabinet The navy department arranging to have tile preliminary trial of the bat tleship Virginia now building at New port News take place about November Mrs Henry J Evans wlfo of Henry J Evans a director in the National Biscuit Co Chicago and a director m several Chicago banks committed sui chIc by hanging herself to a bedpost 1Ilre in the business section of Sear cy Ark destroyed three brick build lags occupied by Robblns Sanford Co general merchandise The total losses are 75000 insurance 45000 An expedition to the north polo un der the patronage of the Belgian gov ernment is about to be organized Tin expenses estimated at 2000000 win be defrayed by a national tottery on an extensive scale Capt J W Broatch and 26 marines constituting the American legation guard left Chem lpo Korea on the cruiser Cincinnati alter a stay of 11 months in Seoul Second Lieut John V Wild 29 of the revenue cutler Perry was drown ed in the bay at Seattle Wash The body was recovered by members of the crew Wm Schaus entomologist of Twick enham Eng formerly of New York presented to the National museum at Washington a 100000 collection ot cover 60000 specimens of South and Central American moths + J i f r Y I IJJ t 1 r- 4 7 J t I Greeted by the coxnmandeiIziehiefI the North Atlantic fleet the super intendent of tho nayal the governor of Maryland his serenoIhighness Rr Adm Prlnco Battenberg and the armored squadron under his command on the day of their arrival In Chesapeake bay t Annapolis Md have been made to know and feel that they are heartily welcomed to American waters and Am rican soil- Masses clinked with a ring of good fellowship as tho healths of King Ed ard and President HooscvcH wero runk by their faithful officers stand- Ing at time dinner of Adm Evans on oard the Mayflower to Adm Prince Louis and the officers of the British squadron Ills highness proposed the health of President Roosevelt and Adm Evans the health of King EllIward With great eclat Rr Adm Prince Loulo of Battenberg was received by tho President and Mrs Boosevelt Tile prince was the bearer of a per message of good will from King Edwant to President Roosevelt and as presented to the president by Sir Henry Mortimer Durand tho British ambassador Rr Adm Prince Louis of Bittenberg tho guest of honor at a luncheon iven by Assistant Secretary of the war department and OliverI et and at night was given by Walter Beaupro the counsellor of tho British em assy and Lady TownIe Rr Adm Prince Louis was the guest at a formal state dinner In the state room of time white house where president had a distinguished corn any to meet Britains admiral prince Mrs James Brennan of Minneapolis Minim quarreled with her husband and after he had gone to work she shot and killed two of tho children a third died in tho hospital and another is not expected to recover She then turned revolver on herself and received bullet in the left breast which It is believed will result In death Alaska will have a railway Its entire length from north to south which will give communication with time outside world if plans that are being for mulat in Los Angeles Cat are car ied out Harry White former mayor f Seattle is at the head of the enter prise which includes an application to congress during tho coming session for a government subsidy- S W Sangster accused of having sent poisoned candy to his wlfo and children was Indicted by the grand Jury at Chicago on a charge of assault with Intent tojvill Three children of Treasurer Fred Jackson of Cock county Minnesota owe thcl llves to the heroic bravery of their ten yearuld brother Archibald who when fire enveloped the Jacksoii home at Grand Marais carried the younger children out of the flaming structure to safety at great peril of his own life- Figures made public on the memberS- hip of the Evangelical Lutheran in North America show 7648 pastors 12528 congregations 423a414 members 4795 parochial school teachers 232941 pupils in parochial schools 5771 Sundayschools 608165 Sunday school pupils and 1629821 contrib ted for benevolences Capt Elmore P Taggart IT S Ai whose recent sensational dlrorce frlal attracted much attention has eniIetailed to serve as a member of a court martial which will convene atr mua bus Barricks Ohio to invest j 1CnrlSchuwhofhSS been rvpnnmneflt S atiOnal politics fOrt more U fit ears was injured while boar 1 street car at Madison avenu Fwtysecond street New York Be4- as thrown to the street suEinIij lacer tlonsof the scalp and taee Clarence Von Bofeelen a youn dent of the Santa Clara Cal hjght echool died at a local sanitarium tromb the effects of a crushed skull which he received during a football same Senator Burrows of Michigan the chairman of tho committee on privi leges and elections says that he expects to have tho case of Senator Reed Smoot of Utah disposed of before the term of congress ends New Orleans yellow fever report on the 5th New cases 1 total cases 3 349 deaths none total deaths 451 new foci none cases under treatment 7 cases discharged 2941 Seven miners were killed In an cx- posion in the mine at Vivian W Va This is the second explosion that has occurred In these mines in the last four months The first occurred on July of this year tailing ten men Tho right of way for the proposed extension of the Indian Railway Co line to St Joseph Mich tins been se cured This extension when constructed will complete ah Interurban line between Chicago and ittsbu1S One man was shot and fatally in jured and four other persons were stabbed In a fight in Chicago brought about by a discussion of the present revolutionary conditions In Russia The men who were Poles and Russians became Involved In an argument in a saloon It is stated on good authority Emperor Francis Joseph has decided to grant universal suffrage to Austria and has Instructed the premier to draft a measure on a comprehensive basis The Chinese government encouraged by the Japanese success Is adopting a stonewall policy against foreign enterprises flatly refusing new mining and railway concessions and cancelling old concessions by purchase or otherwise Christopher Robinson Canadas great constitutional lawyer died at Toronto of pneumonia Soventeen joint keepers near Independence Kan were fined and son tenced to the county Jail for violating the state prohibitory law Ten of the men operated in Coffeyvllle and seven in Cauoy I nls reported that Russian commit sioners will establish a head office for the transportation of the prisoners at Nagasaki Most of the released men will bo sent to Vladivostok and the others to Odessa Oscar St Cyr made a new woods record for swimming 40 yards in the- tank of the Chicago Athletic assoicla tion covering the distance In21- An overland march of more than 1000 miles has been planned for tic 22d battery of light artillery now at Fort Douglas near Salt Lake City and the 19th battery now at Fort Rlley Kilniwhlch have been ordered to ex change stations The farewell banquet to Gov Tie E Wright at Manila was attended by many army officers and civilians and was one of the most popular demon strations ever given to an official ol IA1100000 ofl t f 1I JHE RIOTS IN ODESSA Horrifying Massacres and Fiend ish Cruelties The Number of Killed Is Estimated at 3500 and Wounded 12000 Vic tlms Left Lying on the Streets For Hours London Nov 6The Odessa correspondent of the Standard under date of November 5 sends further sensa tional accounts of the riots there Ho saysThere have been more horrifying massacres and fiendish cruelties but the districts where these took place are now cordoned by troops Probably the total killed will number 3500 and tho wounded 12000 In tho suburb of Moldovanka a thousand victims remained in the streets from midnight until noon when the authorities hastened to collect and bury the bodies In great pits In order to conceal their numbers Two private doctors attend ed more than 800 children of both sexes who had been horribly gashed about the head and shoulders with sa hers The latest accounts of the devasta tion In the Jewish quarters add hor ror to the situation Besides numerous mills all the bakeries shops and nearly OOP homes have been destroyed Tho Jews killed In every common wealth wero treated with revolting barbarity Heads were battered with hammers nails were driven Into the bodies eyes were gouged out and ears severed Many bodies were disem boweled and In some cases petroleum was poured over the sick found In cellars and they wore burned to death SEA COAST FORTIFICATIONS Annual Report of Chief of Engineers Alexander Mackenzie Washington Nov 6SIdeen million dollars will be necessary to complete the engineering work of fortifi cations of tho sea coasts of tho United States under the plans of the Endicott board according to the report of Brig Gen Alexander Mackenzie chief of engineers There has already been appropriated for this purpose 28693 434 Permanent projects at 31 differ ent points liMe been adopted and most of them are well under way The defense of the great lakes and the St Lawrence river is under con siderationIt that 4263364 will be required to put into execution by the engineer department the schemes of the artillery and signal corps for firo control of the sea coast defenses An estimate of 75000 is made for improvement in the Yellowstone Na tional park- Expenditures on river and harbor improvements in the United States reached 22383623 This does not in elude 22R5073 under the Mississippi river commission and 97575 for the enlargement of Governors Island New York AN EXPLOSION OF GAS Bank Building Wrecked and Three Children Instantly Killed Ishpeinipsv Mich Nov 6Three children aradead and 13 people are ilnJurerl ja tlastmeomewhickecompetel- ydentroid result of t l 5Mtitl nk t A gas le tJ Cr e auk buildihgarI j1U 1 liie ftt eaploslegand Ie me ii Gavamdeteetdoeailng fkrn4h j ijiali jairtvtiifeworkmen went into the atmat about 9 o Jock with JilgM64 emJles to investigate The ja evevldeutly Ignited tho gas In the sement for a tremendous explosion followed The tWO workmen were blown through a basement window and landed uninjured in an open boxcar standing on a nearby truck The building was completely wrecked The three children killed were pass- Ing the building on their way home from church and wero caught in the falling debris Will Remove Headquarters Richmond Ind Nov 6 Arthur J Stobbard of St Paul Minn recently appointed major general of the uniform rank Knights of Pythias by Supremo Chancellor Charles E Shiveley of this city will remove headquarters of the uniform rank from Indianapolis to St Paul ExSpeaker Henderson Dying Dubuque la NOV GCol D B Henderson former speaker ot the house Is at the point of death and has been removed to a hospital Physicians may resort to au operation in a last attempt to save his life He Is suffering from paresis MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Nov 3 CATTLE Common 2 50 3 40 Heavy steers 4 60 465 CALVES Extra 7 50 HOGS Ch packers 5 10 5 15 Mixed packers 00 5 10 SHEEPExtra i 4 75 LAMBS Extra 7 50 FLOUR Spring pat 5 23 5 50 WHEAT No 2 red 90 No3 red SGVJ CORNNo2 mixed 48 No 2 white p 2W OATSNo2 mixed RyENo2 73y 74A HAY Ch timothy a 12 50 PORK Mess 15 75 LARD Steam iJ 737x BUTTER Ch dairy w 15 Choice creamery 24t APPLESChoice 3 00 Q 4 POTATOES Per bbl 2 00 02 25 TOBACCO New 5 00 13 00 Oldt 4 t14 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter vat 5 10 fJ 5 20 TNo2 red S8i SI- No 3 red 85 89 CORNNo2 mixed 50 5t OATSNo 2 nixed lOYs 301 RyENo2 72V PORK Mess 14 00 14 25 LARD Steam 7 02Vi 7 05 New York FLOURWin strts 4 00 tS 4 25 ViCORNOATS No 2 mixed 35 RyEWestern 75 PORKM ssI5 75 15 60 LARDsteam 7 3715Bl- tlmore WJlEATNo 2 red fJ 83 CORNNo 2 mixed tip so- CATTLESteers 4 00 f 4 SHEEPNo 1 250 3 00 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 91 S 92 CORNNo2 mixed ri- 5OATSNo2 mixed 2Vi PORK Mess W12 LARD Steam 7 50 Indianapolis VHEATNo 2 red 88 CORNNo2 mixed 48 OASNJf mlxeil i 29c r ft le n r fa to pP HE WAS TOd PARTICULAR Wanted to Know Too Mucnand the Landlady Turned nimV Down The mpuhar dud landlady a llourijhins boardinghouse who sometimes receives very uniijui about her room submits written by a man as a tampc Dear Madam wUb to discover tomc thin about your house before making up my mind to fo into it Will you kindly tell mo whether you have mostly old or mostly young in your hou lo tie stay up late at input to play cards and play on the piano Arc they people what might be considered lively How many hot baths atc particularto know whether you filter it and boil iL Which aide of the table will you ray chair on The doctor insists that I have as much MIV as possible Thc e and similar questions too numerous to be mentionedeays the Philadelphia flee nrd the and she wrote bacK to the inquiring young man that no rooms were to be had in her house e Weighed by His Soap In the little town of Peru ten millll from Pittsfield the farmers in the winter bring their butter and eggs to Frank Creamers andexchange them for tea sugar or any thing cite they heed One day Mrs Ackert brought some butter in pound lumps to after them he lrsAckert this follndI I weighed it bv a pound of I got hero a few da- ysgoBdton Herald lacked Regular Symptoms- Do you think be loves ouas1ed Maude 1 dont know Answered Mamie dayYesJ suspiciously aneand sensible Stray 8tories Ask Your Neighbors Gelatt la Nov Gth Special Mrs 11 W Sterns a well respected residenc of Gelatt tells in convincing wor4s what Dodds Kidney Pihls have done or her She says I was a great sufferer front Rheuma tim mused through toy Kidney being out of order I was subject to it for years It would take me without warning and while the attack lasted I was so lalll I could riot pet around So I had to send for Dodds Kidney Pilln I took them for three days but didnt feel much benefit but on the fourth day I noticed a great change the lameness iu my back was cone and the paint I used to suffer were less I kept on with Dodds Kidney PiUs anti now I am glad to say I have no lameness nor pains any kind I feel as if I didnt know what Rheumatism wasp shall never bo without Dodds Kidney Pills in the house and I bless time day I first heard of them His Selfishness- If eyou dont nagging me Emily I shall shoot myself this very minute Yes thats just like when you know how nervous 1 am hear a shot Meggendorfer Blaetter ITCHING SCALP HUMOR Suffered Tortures Until Cured by Cuticura Scratched Day and Night pindesitching I was scratching all day and night and I could get no rest I washed my head with hut water and Cuticura Soap andthen applied the Cuticura Oint ment as a dressing Ono box of the ointment and one cake of Cuticura Soap cured me Now my head is entirely clear and my hair is growing splendidly I have used Cuticura Soap ever since and shall never be without it Signed Ada C Smith 309 Grand St Jersey City N J Not until it is all over can the editor de cide whether an automobile race shall be printed on the sporting or among the days tragediesBaltimore SUIT I am sure Pisos Cure for Consumption saved my life three yearn ao3lrs Thos Bobbins Norwich N Feb 17 1000 Introspection eto be intereatin afterthe eithtm a 9l raJeJl8sSStI oLceokiyn uagi r r J K J 4 l 7 AwgetablePreparatianrcrAs slmilating ttieFoodandBeguIa ting ot 1 NI IN I S 111 I n K t N Promotes DigesliortCheemir nessandltestContalns neliher Opium forplune nor QneraL NoT1nc OTIC- aIJc1Nf2zim maiis J w = I forConsUpanon Worms Convutsions Feverishness and Loss OF SLEEP Tar Simile Signature of t4NEW YORK I EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER PRICE 25Ct A TRULY IDEAL WIFE HER HUSBANDS BEST HELPER bH 1tb Ta the Great Source of ouf8KeAllJOne of themostiacsful and richest men of this century inamftrrrV article has said Whatever I am and whatever success r have attained in this world I owe oil to my wife From the day I first knew lies she has beeu helpI cBessie Jftnrley t To be such successful wife to re herhusbandnost of himself should be a womans studyIf finds that her energies are flagging that she gets easily tired dark shadows appear under her beaTingilownU13 rUles or the blues she should start at IISLypla once to build up her system by a pound Following we publish by request a letter from a young wife Dear Mrs sufferedflammation female weakness bearingdown Itaffectedmeals and half my time was spent In bOO Compomnsimade myniarreloims AilUley1mVegetableCompound dolor every sick and ailing woman If you have symptoms you dont un derstand to Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass Her advice is free and always helpful New Industry Agent I will just leave thi prospectus 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best steel in the world Silver Steelby men that know how 4ikiai Savt Corn Kalret Perfection Floor Set pt etc Ste et4 br all good tirjwiro i JciUr Catalogue ale ueil x EC ATKINS Q CO Inc JJifjl Saw Miaufaeturera la the WorU ih Fsetorjr Executive Offices Indlsnspolli AKCHIS Nw York ChIcago MlnccapoUi PoaUoi Ore Seattle San Francicco McmphltAtlanlatnctTarcata Canada Accept sutiititiiti Insist on th AtklM Brand SOLD BY DEALERS EVOm JtRi FOR WOMEN Ironbled with ins peculiar to their sex used 53 douchs is restful ThotoneblycleuiesUll3di9easaetnat stops no sjoieness Cures iMconlicea soil nasal titans Faxline Is la powder form lobe dissolved ta inter and far more cleamlnt healing Zercmki1d nd economical thin lioaidaatiscptica for TOILET AND WOMENS SPECIAL USES fe Forsal8atdnigguu 0cn uaboz Trial Boa unj Book ol Instructions Free Jfj THE R PAZTON COMPANY BOSTOB Mast tramr TTRrriNe TO JLBVEKTISERV- pletue tal that you av ike AdTcrttoe aent ID Ibis paper tiPI 50 S CURE FOR Best Couah Sirup Ta te Good In time Sold druczltts J CONSUMPTION O9ciiANKB 1 PUTNAM FADELESS DYSJColor move neds btithte arttf4crcoIes than ant other die OnelOc gacLae cclorsau tIters thieds Is cold wsr better1Pmaanj other You cae die ni utrment Hhaut rlsnlnp apart Write for lteiieckiCtHow lo Busch ipd Mis Clon MOMWIi OKla COV Oaharille tlUtouci Si ci t tpIa 1 r I ttw I i l lr7 S V Itt i J r WINGSVILLftiUIL 9It OUTLOOK PUKLISHINQ CO OJTOUJGSVILLE Ky It St PER LEAR IN ADVANCE Address all communications to t THE OUTLOOK PunusHiNo Co or N OwingllxUleKy e SubBcribcrs desiring a change of i address should always give preTioun r t address when writing- CorrenpondentsQ when out of sta r tionery should mention fact on u paperNo to any a LJ hotly on ciibscrlptlons THE OUTLOOK is sent one year F for one dollar BIX months forcixty cents three months for thitiyt e d centsi t TH URSDAY NOV 9 1005 On PoniEDONKSToiK or Rome thing or other Chief Procurator of f the Holy Synod or Russia has re 4 signed Things are bndindcodfor t autocracy when that old buck was ttreltdy to give up lie is a fanatic iwhowished the whole Russian plO a i concentrated in ono so that he t ram down its throat his reli P und complete government icoulllooks like Jo HlackburnR po b sun has net never totriMc l Thu LiUisviil6Toft sbowp fdlIfJ that of the midover Senators nnd VeTC nominees for both houses Pnyntcr a for U S Senutor has sixtynine t 4 while Blackburn hRS only thirty I two two are for Ohio James and drii nineteen noD committal Jo has f 1 seen the dftfIthat ho wns hoss but he held cut a little ti a I ton 1i ik 4Y CORRESPONDENCE Moores Ferry Mrs Leslie Atchiuon continues tick art Tom Sorrell bought of Genii e Hoyden a pair of work mules for t 235 James Alchison visited JcfTHiuh E ly and familof Knob Lick the Jt past week Dick Vanlandinghnm will move into his new house which hu hUll weekIS Upper Prickly AshI VR L Stone was ut Preston 1 last Friday on business 4 f James Evcrman was on White Oak on business one day St week Alfred Carter and family visited I relatives in Alt Sterling Saturday nd Sunday Ira Neptrr of lower Slate Creek f visited his daughter Mrs John W r Coylo Salurdav und Sunday t J Mra George Kerr has been dan i gerously ill with pneumonia ihe prtst weeks but ia little better Miss Etflo Tackett went Sundu 1t 1idpem1 eeverui diy fwth Mr Lucy Marklaug jn Owiugsvillp c S SlateVaileyV r 1 I nnl talt V i n le3JJer8 on Licking river Sun hday 1 r f 4 itii6Qld a pair of l wArkiuUa in Lee Goodjaaterir t Jf1 Mrs Sailie Craig of Salt Lick j Visiting the family of AKhis week 5 jhris Garner and wife visited o 1Mn Garners mother Mrs Dullut s at Mt Sterling Sunday d7 Dee Rudder and family visited a f 54rs Rudders parents A K Coy le Ifl wile on Prickly Ash Sunday f Vf VfV Ms Win Toy and daughter l Iot J1li s Annlcof Crags were gue ts o ofSamShuItzand family Sunday jt Okla- Bjlrfi 3 Jolin M Hedrick is tick j7 0h i Lea Denton of Moorefied visit I lQ 9 ed his parents here several duys i LhIweekr 5il2 lorCraIIlRlld Mrs Tim fR r f fiddle were in Owingsvjlle ehup t t lag Thuredny 1 i Misses Cattle Vice and Nellie J Glover vifited friends IB Owing I i me SaiurdiiyV jt GeorgeGIIlepfe and daughter EUie hd t 1oi8ITtiativeB jnMenlfeevcnunty rf H C Gregory and wife visited f 1j IhaforBJeti father Jas Gregor O1 41 N sear WyoBBing Saturday and Suj 1 14 + kJ THiswiB Maudo iBigdon and Em tl 1lQlliverf Sinapson Walton and t 1t1TkuaRigdon of Grange City ifJJ lJ the BltIlVic8 Salurday- aadaadayf V 9 1 4 0 Z Craigs tok1l 1 t Mrb Henry Tealla hprov1n- g oY cslowiy from her iIIeisVfct Mrs Ahgeline Tincher baa be- eJtf n f vesiakfursooiIaeC Liar d ManleyJrf bougba y ew or wIii WIflias 022 k F y Warreri bwHgbt a cow and 4 MirvfiPaBiel Harper for S8- IteU4 J Barren bought a cow and 1j J JoIref DanielHarper for f30 70rilWUllTr lor wife and Mrs X U Maaley visited the family P i I if aAIiyat Linking Union I tE 2 rIltl 1t111 Sunday f of 3 Tfc folio winjf look dinner at the fij fi t liwiMitfJJHR Warren Sunday J k1J c= A1 Wiiihfi wife and utile duugh dlfft ta1iBbP t1y t lenry Warrea of Preston and Belaud Warren of Knob Lick Jjt r Wwi T jy had a nice colt valued t tP at7t jHBpoB picket fence f aid tear ekIFkllB entirely out i 4f lllItcouldtever get well thej 1 j t to oumpelled to kill it This Ji 7 itlie thJJdlcelorsIL NrToy itOjde a time r Js t c wr 11 fi fo if f iii6 t 4 f t 11 rlF 410 r 4 I 4 Jf t i ir J i J Li iW 4 H0 0 tJr ta it jC ii rJ jo j t V i + f t 1 r Ia iAiJ 1r1oFrr f 0 1 p i P i v J Licking Union Alpha B McKinney is puttering with boil on his wrist und hand frank Johnson mid eon visited nt Slniy Point Saturday and day Henry UrnhlWclJ riHy left Friday for IvaiisuB to make their home s SuItewere on business Sam McPnrlandwhn got at Owingsville recently is able till bo out again Ym Drown and wife of near FnrmorBvinited their daughterLouh Davis Friday und Saturday John IJ Niukell of Freestone began moving to the farm ho pur chased of A B McKinnvy Friday Odessa W T Swetnam was on upper Flut Crock Friday- S 0 hawkins was in Sharp burg vicinity one day1n6t week M L Jones our merchant went to Cincinnati lint of last week returning Fridays L Darnell came up Jrnm Lex ingtnn Saturday night to bo hure on Nov 7 to vote M L Jones had n milch cow that disappeared last week After look- Ing for her two dayu nhe was found at home in the pasture whore she belonged Married last week MrSulhucli Donaldson and Miss LizzieFoudry The liridc in H daughter of JoiF Foudry of White Oak Tio groom is n son of Fletcher Donaldson nnd wife of near Reynoldsville Wen extend congratulations oWell as you have hud several re ports of kershaws und pumpkins we will give one n little uncommon Your scribe had ono vine in his garden that hud nine pumpkins un- It that after thoroughly ripe welSh Jsfollows30 15 total 223 lbs If Peter Pumpkin Eater wants need of those pumpkins let it be known a Bethel C M Uatlilf is on the sick list Bro Bohon was in our little town Monday Mr flea Snulling is on the sick list this week Mrs w U ScroLL returned from Cincinnati lust week T S Robertson has received 48 head of weanling mules Frank ilortnn und Mr Duff of Cuuiurgo were in Bethel Monday A R Robertson received about 10000 Ibs of new tobacco MoodilY Halloween went ouT peaccaably here this lime Tlie ruin intercepted the prank G B Cnywood sold a pair of mules to hbl1 Peters of Plains for 300 I1uzclr1ggswere y re purtDS Trumbo improving Ye scribe has been too busy for tgiiihtii f7rin OUTLOOK H iu you will excuse us title tune and wo will try and ci 0 hetter in tho future Jennie Mae W hal y entertainedd quite a numberot her friends Sat urdllnigbta most delightful tbepartyreI 0 Halloween prankere must have boca out ndboundup the way It took about an hour to clear the track Sharpsburg More rain Mrs J W Elgin of Muyarillei with rclnlives here Miss Bessie Rutherford was in Mt Sterling Monday Flora and wire of Owings illere visitors hero Sunday J B Jones returned Wednesday from a pro pecdngtuur of Kansas and Oklahoma Mrs HC Dttorback returned Monday from a weeksvisit to rel aiives at Wilmore Jams Peters and sisters Misses Katie and Sulliewote shopping in Ml SteriingThursday- iy Mr Rhodes of Mason county attended the sale of his brotherin JILJueeThuedy J Will Sharp returned Wednesday from prospecting tour of Oklahoma and Indian Territory The fine steam packet Itoldyouso will make the lost trip for thoen sun lo Salt River Wednesday morn log at 10 oclock Secure your passage Judge Hazelrigg SqiiiroWHIiam Henry Tucker Bill John Trimble and Cliir P ittoll Montgomery county candidates attended the sale at J B Jones Judge CW Goodpaster Sber man Gofidpaster AIredOrooki Leslie Shrtiut Turn Sbrout Sam Jones and John Tincher of Ow ingsville wore here Thursday iedcit his borne near town Thursday evpningat 7 oclock JuI siuhXindsay after a long illness Funeral servicesi were conducted atlthe refidtnce by U vLCKtlIy burial in MHchpelnh Cemetery Mt Sterling ulidaYeY DingIDied Mra Susan Fisher wife of Lewis Fisber of this town who was stricken with paralysis Monday died Tuesday Oct 31 Funeral services were conducted at the res idenee by Rev J T J Fixer Well nesday aiL 2 oclock burial inCruwn Hill CemeterytAt the sale ofJBJoneaThuradoyS eVerytbing cals f rom 7 to 12yearllng belt ers 14horses 50 to 130 milch cows251oa5 Mr Jones uaviag J told his farm will remjove toKanfae r t li4i f lf lJ 4 t I L if Tf1jBr ti J jllnrch 1 1906whcre ho has ahead a farni hIiA many here regret to see him and his es tunable family move away West End Vm Clayton has moved to Salt Lick Died one day this week litti child of Luther McNnb Uncle Billie Coylo is hero visiting friends and relatives There is a party hero headed by bighearted Huh Cutlett surveying the living heirs land Some little stir over the lection indications are thAt some nro beaten but wt cant predict who Grange City Miss Sudie WalFon is visitili relatives at Tilton Simp Walton and Tom visited Alphous Vice in Bath county Sunday Mrs A W Jones anti MissOddle Powers of Odessa visited Mr Newton Johnson Sunday Mrs Lizzie Payne of Bald liii visited her cousin L G Rigdon from Friday until Monday Mrs Prea Walton of near Flem Ingsburg vinied RR Walton at family Saturday and Sunday Win Whltton wife and children of White Oak were guests of their relatives L G Rigdon and wif Sunday Misses Emma Colliver nndMaude Kigdon visited their couslnsMiases Carrie and May VIceinBath count Saturdav and Sunday Crooks Tom SatterOeld and wife were 10 Owingsville Saturday Arthur Barnes and wife were it Salt Lick one day last week Mrs Will Lemaster and Mrs Joss Parks were in Owingaville Sat urduy Mrs J D Turley and daughter of Salt Lick visited relatives here Sunday D S Nixon sold to French Gopher 200 shocks of fodder at IOu a shock Peed Liithram shipped two carloads of cattle to Cincinnati SaturdaySam nnd wife of Prhkly Ash visited relatives hero Satur dug nnd Sunday D S Nixon sold iSO barrels of corn to a Salt Lick lumber com puny at 2 per barrel Mrs A Q Thomas and daughter of Clurk county visit d relatives hero Sutuiday audI Sunday Alfred Ingrama family moved Saturday rum Chestnut Grove to the Gait kill farm near hero- inMarried Sunday Nov 5 at ti residence of Wesley Blevint CIa r euce pence and Miss Honor Clark IrHlllsboroCorn is selling at 2 per bbl Miss Y Jackson ot Wyoming visited S Apowd und wife SaturdayS HanebiiR iii uf perflt ing the Hummer iu the Westre turned home Friday M tot Mart Markxvell and daugh her Miss Adda returned Sundn from d visit to Hilltop J M Denton and W T Cmi- sold to Sipfnrd Carpenter a pair r match horses for 575 Ed Evans and wifeof Morellead visited Wm Evans and family Saturday and Sunday Mr Courad of Harrison county iivlstodwife from Saturday until Tuesday The trustees of theM E Church and Masonic huh hive contracted tor a metal root which is badly needed Jawed Campbell moved last wee k toM rs ScoltMoodys house jllenry Junes to the house vacated by CampbellVMrs St Clair Smith died nt her home near here Thursday and was laid to rest in the family gtaveynr by the side of tier husband vli preceded here about 20 years StOOPS Tom Warner Is able to be out again W AKissfck moved to Ewington Saturday Some tobacco wilt be delivered this week Always try to do belter the thing youd better do Born Nov 3 to Jas L Gregory and wire a Ion Some of our farmers have hat trouble with tobacco in the bulk Thieves have been getting in some more work in this vicinity The fellow who tries to get the best of politics usually lets politics got the best of him Many a man you hoar talking honest government will edible vote without hal fb chance Vli Kisslck and dauhlorMiss Stella visited relatives in Fleming county Saturday and Sunday Stanley und SrnitbTrimble began attending the MauryMilituryAcad emy at Mt Sterling Monday Eugene Berry and force of car penters are erecting some stock barns on Mrs Sarah Bridges farm O B Spratt and family spent several days with relatives in the Springfield neighborhood last week The reaching days at Spring field Church have been changed to he second and fourth Sundayof ach month Preaching there exi- SundlSyafterDoon J H Gillnspie proprietor j Bourbon Chief Stock Farm sold orI tGl1lepleofClurkcounty Bourbon Chief weanling colt d f lOw T J r i iM h NiIV j a rL GillutpleIsHighlundFlower at tho St Louis Worlds Fair in 1004 Glllufipie nlso bought tif Jerry Thompson a Merrill Denmark yearling filly for JIOO IeUpper Flat Creek Mrs J II Carter and daughter visited Vamp Cook and wife one day lust week Miss Mary E Glover started last week to uttendMissBrutous school at Mt Sterling George Hamilton bought of Ed Gluver a lot of corn last week at2per bbl in the field R W Carter purchased ot Mrs IgJT Atchison of near Wyoming 15 head of feeding cattle InLlttlo Miss Ellen Gillon returned to her homo in Owingevillo lt st week after a twoweeks stay with relatives here sJUII W Glover who went to In diana about three weekngo to IIylsit his uncle RobertGlovcrwritt he is very much pleased and thinks of waking that Ills perma nent home Tudiabetes lie was 21 years old HP has beon in delicate health about a year and everything that could possibly be dope was done by loving parent und physicians to prolong his life but the Lord decreed oth erwise unIt his Fpirit Wits culled unusuallybrightlife death comes us a great shuck to his many friends He was always ready to accommodate or to be of any possible help to others there fore was n general favorite with all Funeral services were held ut the residence by Elder PnrkcrBur mlat the SpringfieldCemeterySun day at 2 oclock To the sorrowing family we extend our moss sincere sympathy Olympia Jeff Davis has gone to Cincinnati to workSMiss Ethel Swarts was in Ow ingsvillts Wednesday Mrs Jack Bnllnrd of Preston visited her sister Sunday Miss Lillie Davis of Preston visiting friends hero this week Mrs John Kincui of Riithweil visited relative here lust week Miss Bertha Wills of Soldier is visiting relatives here this week John Penis who hits been sick tor four months is still right sick Mrs Pearl Richardson of Jeffer eonville visited friends here last weekSMrs Walter Belcher nnd Mrs Clay Shuliz were in Owingeville last week- Herbie Costigan who haaVlieen at Covington Cor slime time hits re turned home irSllgeSwarts lhursduyJ7sonvthIeVvVeitedMrs H0k Irwi rt lust week Miss Bessie Fowler wIthiegite Lickingy JUtSterDruin hi McGlosson is keeping lintel Mr Lizzie Swarts was the guest of her sisterinlaw J W Kincuid and wife at Uotlmell last week Miss Jennie McGIitbin of M t Sterling vmited her father Charlie McGlothin Saturday and Sunday Miss Willie and Artie Raknn of Stcpstnne are the guests of their grandmother Mrs J M Steele this week i Miss Iva Oakley of Roes Run was the guest ot Misses Lizzie Swarts and Catha Williamson last Thursday Married Nov 5 W Staton and Miss Fat nie Staton She is Isoan an young an is loved by all that know her and we wish them a long and happy lifeSMarried Sunday Nov 5 at the home of the bride Clarence Spence and Miss Honor Clark The bridegroom is the son of Wash Spence and the bride in the daughter of Felix Clark Thty are an indus trious young couple und we wish them a long and prosperous life 5 PUBLIC SALEI As Administrator of the estate of James T Atchison I will on SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1105 sell at public outcry to the highest bidder on tho turin where James T Atchison resided at the time of lIla death which lies on the Owings ville fc Wyoming turnpike nnd in Bath county the following describ ad property viz one puir 4 yeorC old work mules one 10yearold brown mare two Nc 1 buy ramllyI 8 and 10 old one 3 1yearoldsows and pigs 14 feeding cattleI weight about 1050 hIts 5 hoiferai weight about 700 Ibs 1 wagon 1 cOrn sheller 2 sots buggyd harness 11 stacks hay 50 swheatcorn and fodder 15 bushels potaitoes 3 bushels onions dec aSaleAll sales will be wade on a creditor v months except amounts under 5 which will be for cash This Nov 1905IrW C JACKSON Admrt W1sCAvEN5 Auctioneer u VV i t 0i tt fi PO Jt R JltW r b MAKING NiTnoaLVCEKiNB A day with nitroglyccrinemakerfikto say the leapt is tho nerveexhiilarntingenyit hum the acid tanks way cut ones nostrils and stimulate the heart to unusual activity and the pungent and stimulating aroma from the mixing chemicals may make ones headache to the splitting point hut notwithstanding this there ic in thin utmoBphcro u sot of air of unusual risk that appeals to the tenderfoot that is after ho hap figured it nut with mathematical precision that thin chances are about one in a million that the plant will bo thrown out of operation in a hurry during his stay There is howeveri throb of gratitude In the powers that be in the heart of the tenderfoot when again he does pot dour of the danger belt with his body intuct Tho process of making nitrogly cerino is not extra Interesting in itself The new Hartford City plant is one of the must modern in the country and the now compress edair appliances used in mixing the acids and then mixing tho acids with the glycerine reduce the spec tacular side of tho work The old way of feeding the odd nnd the glycerine into a tank and mixing them with revolving paddles Will much more picturesque At the Hartford City plant thin acids lire kept in great iron tanks similar to those used by the Standard Oil Company in its local storage yards The acids are forced from one tank into another acd are mixed by the application of the air pressure and then this mixed acid which throw off a cloud of dark angry looking smoke through safety vcntsis fore ed through hng pipe into a smith lowerlike building This is the nitroglycerine house itself In this building are thegrentmix ing vats which are kept at a uni form temperature of 50 dEgrees by a circulation of brine forced from a refrigerating plan which passes in lend pipes around nod through the tanks The acid nod glycerine are fed in with precision and mixed by gently moving automatic puddles It is needless to pay that care i exercised by the two men superin tending this process but that cure is tint so painstaking us the ordiii nry person would expect to find When mixed the liquid which then looks like moderately thick molus ses of a whitish brown color is- Is ruined off into storage tanks nnd from the Minks is drained into ten quart tin cans The liquid hits the bottom of these cans with that sort of a thud that makes ones flesh crep until one realizes that it is not such II full IB tine but a pccular jar or friction hut causes trouble As till cnn fills tIme liquid wakes a gurgling Pnuiid that to the tenderfoot is not reassuring Not a drop of the tx- pi isive is permitted to land the CHUB and these can Ikfiire he lug used tirHcareftillvonppeKted und ested with water for leaks A leaky can tppttfially after it is loaded into n wagon fur trancportutinn can s a great ole in thin scenery and wipex everything around it out of txl tenreA d pqi f initrngly cerine rin thefloof njouldpriibahlv ahead ittiepame thing when the fridiioiriif u font would be applied toit Thp capacity of thelIartfj rdCily rtheatquart of nitroglyceri s is moving powor for sure perhaps un estl mute of whL tit will dlllllIybt gained by the stntemeni that the safe crnrkers who use it entry their supply around in small vials and use only a few drops ft blasting their way into a big saftlThe nitroglycerine clinging to the sides of an empty can if touched oil is1 putncwnt to jir a whole community Therefore as much care hits to be used with the empty cans us with the dlteii ones Though railroads deliver the acids and glycerine to the factories in carboys and tunkp they do not handle the dangerous co that their mixture wmodityI distributing process by factorys production got to the consumer is more interesting than the process of mixing the acids and glycerine Every morning u dozen or so unusual wagons are backed up to the canning and stock departments of the factory nnd the horses are securely tied These wagons have long shallow beds and over these beds 18 a heavy top that it bound down securely by heavy iron bare that are fastened and held in place by bolts and screws Along the sides of the bed runs the warn- Ing Nitroglycerine Dangerous made all the more conspicuous by use of red paint These are nitrbgljcerine freight trains They are driven In a last wnlk across the country by nervy drivers who have good heavy horses Each wagon is loaded with 900 quarts ninetyof the two anti ahulf gallon cans which arese curely packed in padded compart ments The pudding is of felt and the cans push down into the com parlmenls snugly When once there the cans have no play and there is no vibration of tbem Even the bottomland tops tire padded to hold che cans firmly The extra high and sensitive springs tinder the bed reduce the jar ot the road The liquid in the cans which becomes thin in hut wetither und con goals rapidly at a temperature ui 42 degrees swishes around some but there lana danger in this- amisportation provided I Yes a provided jprovided thare is no lekcan That above all things else s the thing to be guarded against drop of nitroglycerine gfting wurkingjrlngwhmere his slightest friction means that Its tall illrtho whole 900 qUltrtst nd there is not enough of er or horses or wagon left to take upon blotting paper not a piece of the largo enough to make irespeclableklndllng remains lo tell he5V8tory and the agon tires may e found wrapped arounda distant- C y Vw A tree tnp Of course n jiraii unusual ar will do butiinecs BonieliiueH but thf re uro records of drivers go big to sleep und the wagon being run CllfIHUIIIIculcrt nnd up ugaitiBt cameos nithoul hull result There url ulso rvmrds of puiulKr wagons uptictiingtind in one or two instances they have been bulled into by electric und Fleam train It has not been ill rep years since a cur ut Alexandria buried its nose in a nitroglycerine wagon with only damngc tn thin ear front und the nerves of the people on the car who did not know what hud happened until it WHS nil over and then ul mopi boon me victims of nervous prostration Liberty Promised Russians An a lust resort the Czar of Rus sin by the advice of Witte iMBued the following manifesto to the Russian peopl- eWeNlelobs theSecondby grace of God Emperor and Autocrat of all the Rusaius Grand Duke of Finland etc declare to 1111uur faithful subjects thut the trouble and agitation in our capitals and in1 numerous other place fill our henrt with excessive pnin and eor rowThe happiness r f Ruosias SOy ereign is indiesolubly bound up with thu happiness of our people and the sorrow of our people is ti sorrow of their sovereign From the present disorders there may nniuio a great National disruption they menace the integrity und- the unity oT our Empire The supreme duty imposed upon us by our sovereign olllce requires us to efface ourselves to use all the force and reason ut out command to hasten in securing the unity und coordination of tho power given UP so to insure the success of the measures for the pacification in all circles of public life which are es sentlal to the well being of our people We therefore direcl ourGovern meat to curry out our inflexible wi in tile following manner populnRfouimdut Ions civic liberty und based on the re inviolability of person freedom conscience frerdominf spuedifre dom of unlcn and freedom of nest elation5econdlihoit suspending the already ordered elections to the State Ddiimn to invite to pu rUe putlon in the Doumn PO far as the limited time tirfore the convocation of the Dotiinu will permit thuse classes of the population nhich ure now completely deprived of all electoral rightfleaviiig the ultimate development of the principle of the electoral right in general to the newly established Jegislutivo order pi things tInerule no Fhull be enfoieenble without the approval of the State 1imni inn und that it shiill be possible for the elected of pllrtiIu I supervision of ill e legality of the oots of tdeauihori ties appointed by hWeuIl tl to nYt faltliiful SOUK Of Rtie1tj rernemierihelr dlity toward their Pnihcr lndj ii aid In ferminatiri three unprecedentid troubles and to upply ihelr gotes In cooperation with be to a resto ration ufcllrwllnd pnuce upon our nntulBoil Gifth nt Pelerhiiff October 30j in reignSigned SILltNCYuungIlldies admirers should be warned by un episode ut a seaside Tesort In st summer iyparltbeCllme prtilllnrIWItIior One day the charmer uekecl the swum to go baching sitU after the bath as they returned to their bath lioueeeilie small man eu lettd n race lA see who could dress first They entered tho bath houses which adjoined and in a short time R youthful treble calledh3IIss Ethel oh Miss Ethel Ive got my stockings on A low contralto voice answered Yes Rubble so have I After a short pause the irrepres sible again called MissEthelTve got my shoes on1I Again the answerhYet dears have lu- Agatn a pause than a triumph ant voice shrilly proclaimed Miss Ethel Ive got iny pants on The answering silence was op pressive Lippincotts 7JOHN T KIMBROUGH SON Ricoragnd PARACAMPH as a Most Rtliabli First Aid fo the Injund Many people in this city are injured followproperlycaredforin tlie beginning It is not always possible to secure a physician at a moments notice Many are caused by negligence delay Blood poisoning oftea results from bad cuts gun shot wounds etc because the promptlyPanllat11 keepinmanufacturing plant and large institution should keep near at hantlIt is ncCded by medical anther ides to be a most reliable relieving 6OOthug Ilnd healing agent It not only Stops quickly but it heals wounds- without u stars and absolutely prevents bloodpoisoning jndhathc1aimed todayhome as good soap aod water quicklyrelievingTired Feet Skin Troubles Catarrh or any form of Swellingor Inflammation Sold in 25c 60c and 100 bottles y all good drugistsThe Paracamplt Company IjuisvilIe Ky U A Weekly CourierJournal and Outlook one year for 16mViti iS ThJy 1 r ijV Z 7 rr J J qc tJ o fl q torffiJ rrl J J rJfi + fc 2r 1 1 t n i 7c 7 1 j1 W x WI fr rJrwt J lt I f t I t r if f fv t j Pt x 4 PUEr Ic 4 r 1 1 SIAA I 1i JJ ff l t I1t iIfu 1 J ltit it ON NOVe 13 1905 ttj1Af o the same being Comity Court day vd t will sell to the highest bidder at public t j outcry at the Courthouse door in Owings iYule about 1 p m a tract of land lying in R i Bath County Kentucky on Licking river tflhlliinmedititely northof Chesapeake 1Ohio Railroud und is the sam lund which Geo r Green formerly lesileclttIl11 contains about 400 acres Willsi ject to be SulveyecLV f 1eihc corn and oats on said laud will he ViV sold at same time and place T Terms made tknbwn on day of sale 1j F M SWINGS Heirs J FVs4rVS FEf Virginia Screened iunijiTj J Ifd Pluto Cannel LLdiiWRITE3 ROSE RUN IRON Cll OLYMPIA 1 Y VV Ju Commissioners Sale t jl f i lIi i 7 y Iye VV3i QunarMiiynBYV a jhfIgm nt hmlVor tier of sale rendered 111 hevrf Ii Circuit Court at its October teriii U905 in me above etylrit cne the undersigned Muster ComnilsJiiiner will on- MONDAY NOVEMBER 18 1905- iabitut 1 oclock vm Iw ltll th highest bidder ut public iiuciionat the Court hulife diior in Owings yule Bath coUnjy VKt traCt ot land lying on Lieking riverinHutli county Kyj anti bounded ns follows Beginning atl1ltllke on Licking river 711l1kealt of n ama pie corner to the 98 acre tract of Mrs Lou Burnuby thence down the river N 21J W 55 52 piVlen to u stake opposite the mouth of Fox jicreekstake on the north side ifs cretk where the elm oncestood Curlier to John Cull thence N 3Q E 4 28 poles to a box alder corner to Slime thence N 52A W 2 4 poles to a ftukt corner to Rico Eden thence 857- W 432 poles to an elm corner to 1pame thence N 84 W 8 72 poles to ui a pi o Corner to same tliuncc crossing tile river S 88 W 15 poles to a stake on thin Bath sidetbence down the river N 241 W 10 poIeiN 40J w 9 poles N 7Gi w 8S lefS 80 W 1740 poles S 58 W 14 fit poles S 4U W 1240 poles S33J W 1440 poles S20iW 1240 pales S 12 W 1948 poles S 4 W 29 21 poles to 3 maple sprouts on the river 9 links from un elm antI 27 links from a sycamore corner to Mrs Burnubys98 ucretractthence N 85J E 1054 poles lo the liijgin fling containing 431U acres or enough of said land as shall be necessary to produce the sum of i69082 Rut said sale will be made subject lo the right of Mrs Lou Barnaby to use said land BO long UP she continues to occupy the came and tho right of the unmarried intant children of her former band J M May to u jnjnt ocou pancy with tier until the youngest unmarriedchild arrives at full rtge Terms Sale with be made on a credit of G months The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the pur chase price payable to the under finned bearing 655 interest from date of sate until paid said bone to have the force and effect of n judgment A lien will be retained Vtonthe purchase mnonsylH S Master Comr ILC C W Goodpaster Ally AUCTIONEER y If you want the strvlcesVof an Vane tioneer cull on me Terms reason able GEORGE H GUDGELL Odessa Ky ITVVSVVS S4VVVV7V S CbmmissionerV71LJV hffrr Ig ilrnpy r A Willinro ihi xiiimtk Ity ltiie lita jiulguuiitVV cii order of ant rMiderejil fn illi jtitliv ItjtrVuit t riiicl nC Hiu Qcliiiigr jlfrtn 1905 ji tlie above Hlyretlxfaycilhii ii df r igriixd Cniiuis ionir miifuii 4 SAl UULiV1 NOV n 1003 r- libbutl oclock p m procvcd taijufV icr futrsaltti the hzljjbusv biihutcrat VJP Qfuntowit One Corulbinid incllnonn horizontal ConveynrVfor liundiihjr tnvei and ship ttnbei9t1Qii 531 cnble rhaln s5 head lhfJfr 15m xTO 22 15 16 pillow blocks 22 15l6colliirp 2 OlNoVt531 AdjuBttible ilin od tnnthSpktVplate center burt 2 15 JRK OMIV l Otie Spur VtV x 2 15itr K 0 2 Key 1 fiaiiVShaft 2 7 10 r G D 2V 271G style D takeupp 2 2 7 IP cbljurFj 3idlr3G 1 Counter Shnft2 7 iGkS O 2 27 pillow blockH22 7lGh collars 1 Spur pinion 959 x xrr J 4- V4x27ti Ik 0 36z8x271zIs L Pulleys C F 7 Keys Knuckle Shaft 115 10 x G 2 11610 holid boxes 2 collars 2 20 No 531 lil fnco ititersft borel51GS S 3 idler Siiafls 1 15 16 x G G 15 1C Solid boxes 4641516 collars 020 No 531 broad flat face idlers H 115 16St or enough thereof to produce thuVBiun of 2SG GO being the amount of the ptuntilTs debt interest anti COFtTeriDff Sale wlttlie unmade on a V credit of threi months the ptltv chaser will be rdjuiml tii execute bond with pprnved security for arrjthe purchase prfcv pilynls e to tIle SjtjV nnilerciJtifd beuriiif G interest n1 maim dale of Pule iinlll pnid paiil bond to have the force und eiFeiV e of u judgment A lien wilt bo re 4 itirtI nu saul priipTly to secure payment of the piirchafe money HSOOODPASTER Wusier Ccimr B C CVV 4VV- Vj 4 Flat Creek Farm for 5aler jVThe underRigned olFerH for sulo his farm of 125 acres of land shimVV ale in Ruth county on Eust Fork ofVVFliit Creek ndjiiining the farms of M T f Hendrj2tGenHcndrhc and W T Darnill and on thcwrsc side of the Offitlucviil Sherburno 83iturnpike road There arm t0 acreu n grass balance good tillable ands line iU good iMinifprtabie ilwelling hiiusf a good tobacco unif stock barn with other outhnugeSy The Bale will be iiiiule tom onr half cnpn liulniicu in ono utid twoVears time Possession can liB jjixen at any iiuieand title niade good With sell cheap all things j considered VVVkVTHOS J HRNDRlXr A Owingcviile KyOct 23 1905 VVV 4 e2All The News i Per Yeaz VVVVVV SVV-