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teoth from the cheapest to the best 10 htfi BKiiraeit BROTHER f Tbo famous Jewel lino of conks j 1 f nd heaters at Byrons Hardware I Rnin coats jdaranteed water jirdof for tfale by BrottierBrother Mr t t The MRou feed cutter andSweepNj Power for sate only by EL k A laronhi3 at Genuine Ball Brand rubberof IIIftGet your WInter Buggy Robes ened Horse Blankets from E L 2 AT Byroa and 1 H L Lane IsTJguntfor Wieder S man bottled beer and Budweieer Sa iJ 1 bottled and keg Mr OM Crimp madein flying visit here Tuesday morning curly but hadnt time to tarry pztksynur overcoats look at Brother a Brutkera3tit- j The liai county flnuter howl feel like mU itLILwkhie iro ryCnlttJIi catItm MD Fritl lf1wnfCt drIl ninjHt1r t lGx I 1 1etltslC bJ nsvc t t 11trTtlER ib t1 1tf i R IIU n t on Ia efiatSaH4IH fIIClltlld a pitytE j1 th- t Afftt waliy a 413t N1i1re4 dviagkereiihoit cause fttdeltL fetoT thewar wi lr G W Conner the dentul jaws Odontundor raBlU epproved westbetfei foe iBe p181se Ll tIlatIIlO1 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rkwo jl44 hr t TiliaDwr ritsk y t1i f li jNlit J uLjIEAW Ii 7x 1J O doy o 7aad k FaI t J i 4HNM1o1Lfl 4t se iN li o Ud 310 t he iI IUYIa ttJex I i1o Ji Se i r f r LH In tt+ J l a io te b- agi r 1 jiIitk4TBK f ifoi o J f 3- Ifll y 0r 1f t 4t1 7ifn4P1 t If7 1 Z Li 1- i 5 ry i Z il ii11 J 0 tk j X Fll C- J l it 0 tI r tr oL j u 1 r if J rJ I L r pmfi r trow i ft11t i 4f j r t7t 1lfl rt 4 l gP 1 3 j PERSONAL- Chas Brother of Lexington was here Sunday Windsor Letton of Purls was for the past week Mrs Mit Jones returned last week rom Bluoralngtou Ill James L visited friends t Flemlngsburg Sunday Rev J rFuqulof Georgetown camo Tuesday to visit friends Simps Undorwood of Minnesota visiting friends at Wyoming Horace Lane and wife visited rvl lives in Mt Sterling lust week Mrs AliceTerry nnd Miss Linda llen were In Mt Sterling Tuesday rsS H Tuulboo returned Mon lay from a visit at Mt Sterling and Lexington CharleS Rankin of Covincton vis ited James 1C Euimots 8l1turduj and Suntiny Mrs W Ray Patterson has return cl homo to Vfncheaternfler visit Mrs Belle Allen Jesse Turnev of Paris mid Joshua wings Sr orEwan ton wore here business Jfrlday James M Estlll and wife of Swltz after a vUlt to relatives ro turned home Saturday i J M Teal nnJ Ed L Teal of 1I11homeCora Sevier at Barbourville- Min8 MattieEwing retl1rlledFriduYt from a visit to hAr sister Mrs Kittle Lyons nt Surgoinst ills Tonn Mrs Pierce Wlnn of itt StorllngSI was lieriinatweek with her mother Elva Catlott who was ill it JT Ellington anti Cl DavlB of e Raglahd oil fields were calleri at this office Wednesday of it week Mrs AMMnyneeAddleStewnrt 7 Manchoster Tenn is visiting her 1nhJ Robert Stewart and wife ar1toyuo2dayhhIea EHBrotlier went tcLeslngton and J CMrswife ut RohwehlH 2turdayvisit John Richards and his mother SaUte Richards Mrs James A Barnes Went to Ashland last week and met her brother GauoGault who hul ben sickatHoltlen W Va and accent ul iIIed him home ro their mother rs Mfllasa UuultV atLoulsa Mrs rnportBUanoit Burn Saturdny ni1t to Philip Fleming and Aifeiif upper Prickly H nh n daughter xRzSInwtLTAtcIegram In U1 LHXlngton Wednrpduy morning aiil unced tim t1hIC 5 I1Uithoro of fr- 1ItU t jclower Slate Oreek OB Saturdnyp reiagmarket MJlRKUhB iixccEuirTlIe lhitwing ojurringe wnnounccracnt ibi made this rekl Mr and Mra RichttrdThniiip Invite you to bo present at the c marriHgenf their daughter Fannie nydto Fllrr WlUeroyThursdny cilag November fwentyfourth nineteen hundred and live at ten clockat home Grunge City Kentucky n SOLD THEIR MtitE5TIIe de und formulas on Tuesday of lust week wasrarely ever better It is al aid that fourteen dollars was theo prtceekcept where a mannlImuleUtn both plirtlelo e in j ance of the kind alleged EVIs andy theDemncratiu mule drovers r ere the keenest traders thnueh it said that bitbparties had all the oney they wished to spendo DESTRUCtIVE FlRErS MPitrqeIIfi learned that sparks frofia h railway locomotive on Sunday eye ning deBtroycd all of the summer r resort town of Acton Park twelve milea frpm Indianapolieexcept the a hotel and bandstand Some burhreda of fahilHee Uvother euinmer Mrs Par ell lost a rpi a enco with contents jvorth 1000Io pattiullyinsured 1BIDLE jafrtTcTEThe Bible In titutQwill begin on Wednesday a iglt before TbanksKivrng at azel Green Academy aqd continueI over the following Its sessions will be moet Interesting helpful to all Wo want mln Uters ehn re h and Sundayschool oflloera and wcikersto attend 41 who Htlend vlll be entertained free of say expense w HConoj cCouKTOAY Monday was coolbut larne crowd ctuiie to the monthly market The merchants had aver koud trade Tbe mule market Is said to havobetina little bit b ttor eien than It was last Court day Good cattle were In demabd at fair pricesI but coihaton Btufl was at the lowest 1 here were about 12o cattle offered beat 2yearold sold t8oAmouK the live stock eitles were T H Brown sold to Ewing Conner throe yearling steers at 1625 pct head two heifers to Chas Vice 17 J6 per head two 2yearold steers to Curran Crouch at2Sncr lioadtwo ealvMto James GillaspiQ at 10each GeoT Young sold n stag and a cuwtoR LTBerry at 2c per Ib Chandler fc Stone sold tnu 550lb gpodhelfera to Pete Hart at 17 per head six S Jb short yearlings ta IlJarnllllat 1806 three 600li ieifers to HnbDoggettatZxcperlbl Warner WUIfams sold lb yearling steers to Bat Myere at a to per owL Win Warner a pair of moles toB teCUn ook for 86 Lea Goodpaster bought of George Donaldson a pair of mnlpfi fo33 lee Powers sold n pair of 8year i1d niules for H75 I F ISp tt J ct T ir 4rT4 jo fW St L t tr = The hunters were out after the birds and rabbits Wednesday the opening day of the game season SliiOOOsowere territory trihlltr to title town in the past two weekf1I Judge U Clay McKee ex Dem ocrat of Mt Sterling is out fur the Republican Congressional nomination in the 10th district MuJor J M Brother of tho Bath Co Election Hoard says the sneers tottiiwill tutu their certificates ready for them at the County Clerks o leo gMATyearold daughter of James Gregory near Wyoming was taken 5withW Walden and W E Phillips were unable afteran examination Monday to definitely decide whetlib er it had chickenpox or Smallpox is said to be prevalent dWaldenOUB at ledstb 1sflst week to his Lirntherinlaw ChiShrout at Moores Ferry own to the Shrout Pond anti sht c duckone day last week Tb tlng uck being on the opposite side ors he water he went around the end f the pond to get it but when he gottu the place an unlmal 1ucknqt appearing again Otters have been seen before in this pond a w OFFICIAL ELECTION MAJORITIES The vote CaSt at the else tianNor ivas about an average ono in this w county probably amounting to J about 3200 The olllciii ranjuriticp re as follows W A Young 145 baleb50H S Goodpaster 205 W D is calley228ForAmenilaienttoCpnititution Cl 0 There were 468 votes for the to Amendment and 388 against ItinIs FLEMING COUNTV The Demo era tic ticket in Fleming county wall hi elected except two W M WiltlIublicun defeated Js D Wyatt for Representative and Mitt Annie Six defeated Lee N Hull tot School Superintendent Wilt JH rditnr of the Fleniirigsburg Gazelle Im lid Wflattllf the Iliqiiirrt Wyatt j ol JudgeWilatfected Democrat whit diswpprovV Hi tlloftbe rnThrier in Vvhicli Vr rrlt1 a hfn lh Ift1J1i tnty r JI lin tu TnniustEuuiKEU to regain mYctlu ii- iCtiSTMRliiladal manyKEW unaso- sihlesnd in order tndn so 1 itlize tbnt 1 must sctr CIIKAITU hn BKTTEtf OOODi TUAK OTIliu ti j induce my friends to tnidb with jj raei When you want anything Jn my line QIVKME A CALL and I will POSITIVELY SAVE TOU MoNEY OH EV ing curruiMa TOP tiur DONT FAIL TUa gALto see you whether you buy or nutniYour friend tu JAMES GIILHN ARSADLT thAND6ightthe latter a son of George Craig procured a rig at TJ Jones hiverja hnme John Collins son of Iiucttablecigmiles out of town the men who were somewhat intoxicatedineisted him and n jirlvlnglnassaulted Collnp hitting nluinaisingathe skuil over the eyebrow wndollins was thrown out dazed When a o recovered ha came back to town nd the zu neroalitJonel nd Sheriif Bolts started aboutd 30 ciclock of Craig finally after walking two hours finding them about 3 oclock m at Shanks home and the rig near Uoynoldsvillo The pursuers learned that tlio men bud driven c Twandereding some 25 miles when Shanks homo is only about 7 miles frooi this town The wen were arrested b IcandbroughtheroTuesday uibfning and lodged in ell Collins injuries wkrb such that ho Ynt hciuiul morn tingir LOUISVILLE TortAoco MAUKET Saturday evening Nov 11Sles of lsf tobacco this week were rath er large for the season owing to the racttiiatso much new crop is coming to market About half the offerings were of new crop Burley and 126 hogshead nit new dark further swell the total from the crop of this year WarehbuBemen aroconfidentofa good busIness in new tobacco from this tlmaon pro vded weather conilitions are favor able for handling and the receipts from time latter put of November to January 1 should be heavy Most of tho now Burloy offer this week was of poor quality a only fair condition A large p cent ge of the offerings were com toon grades and deficient in color Tra b and lugs were stronger how ever qnd all grades of leaf were in be tter demand at a t5ew bide bighet r 1 t 1EC r 2i r I e if as iiown by the quottitions wli prlcifaAfurnIshed for time first time U Slis i week Old BurIu pd Icharacterdesirable us usual Colory tpew- ero scarce Tho new dark offered was unt sirable and suitable only fur ri handling purposes ai a rule Most of the offerings showed soft condi Hon Easter prices were noted oh t led but lugs were up about cOrd t dark offerings were In thlDuln common arid out ofcondition rades The market for higs wlie- tronger and for loaf it was till hanged Unlired manufacturing styles und GreenKivcrs commanded full pricesIof leaf tobacco rt ime week amounted to 1555 hogV t t ends and private sales to 214 p It total of 17C9 of which 1363 were e Burley 824 being now crop und2Sp ark 126 of which were new crc hogthell1sweek of last your 1359 in 1903 un 049 in 1902 Sales of Burley sincfc anuary 1 have amounted to714 fJJrimpthis years crop The luti since January of buthBurle g 110yenr93 hog hellds ol Burley and 34t tIC ark a total of 2t The tiasjections have amounted to 1753 I hogsheads fur the wee I hereinanuary908d6 Courier Journltlttu Ishibitiunsuffering ju st now produve suet I utioti results In Montgomery Iti JoilltihJ were senteneCi 1iadidays injilitntL iii pay Ilr100 each for contempt of Gllllliil disobeying injunction t Citid i wi their placed They paid their flne prIiKDiull und was already almost fujj when they were lIennc ed ll h hlpplHlcd thutt th rewete st4ri negroes awaiting trill for mlaitilrnirsentumltted in various part t4i1hieilenl withii nmrgrce lmrtt1F r 4 e negroes tied 1dnflti i hut jltll c titoiIAr b do iw- et5i II Ill 1t rctJrYiolI ue Id nn B hb of liberty hup The negroes afevJlisking 2ulay and their hoird and aro avlin ppy ndlarka Time jointict1 en be Ir the lull breez 8 and theyrrl uppy that The County Attifrn ljthinkshnQ scored a notable victory in secu J the sentence of the jiintistfei nti he is happy The Sheriff I co- gettinghiHee front time state fitf in feeding mind boarding the prisoner rd he is happy It heir Butiafac HI ry situation all around agi In spite of the crusade Itisat 66 tutas it ever was The drugstores the re gold mines rest Esich customer his to cign n n in that lie need e seeks for medicinal pUrptfeslCIj rOm 150 to 250 patriots walk UPtr tha counter every day and swear the hey have neuralgia consumption 135 olds and every other disease from to neuTasthenia Echof them perjures himself lik4 gentleman he knows he is plrit iring himself and the drugstofe in an knows that bo is perjuring but the drugstore ma eedR the money and the customer heedshat are you gtiitii to do in a eitu tlon like that Not eli the applicants sign their as real namer In some places the signers get facetious and the names in famous men appear as the appli cants for the drugstore booze One drugstore Wan came to grief t the propensity of his on is h tpmers to gotgay When a county official Was looking over the applii tationheodore Roosevelt Admiral Ro Field Marshal Oyamnf Emperor Nicholas HI General Nogi George TtIiM Aira tarnsesSGrltnt Grover Cleveland Napoleon Bonaparte and King E ward III as havjng been among he customers of the place and all swore they absolutely reo fquiredaAflof the state and county officials t were on the list also When the Probate Judge served Lnoticenaua was Chasey to show cause why his permit should not be rq raked and the store closed Cliasey replied Tfiere fno reason why you Ishouldhave done closed up I have made money nough out of selling booze 10 gdtiver to thp old country and lot all ace how well Jm doing i senIDhave 1000 worth of drugs ai He j tim eaplicationA8 madet Jbe Probate Judgefor permission to tio busIness Aftethmtthclrngi can tarry ar1much rk UHle eli k1 c 1 st V itSrii rfI 1ifwith 1000 worth of whlnky and ordprofitIfrayplacesrlptlunIeChiiniuteIhiiein the 1itrtigjestThe for hliut MKHR is something fearfully at made But tIm oat is never admlf1li1t red Sign your name on this line ulpllCDutr1hQt night after huslueRC is ore r ifhenheetThese applications are prepare obtmitting 2 each book to the Probate judge of the county So that In a ctiuntywhcre there is a lively the fees of the Probate t1tIgo are much increased by the etiviy of the drugstore man aversgttmnsasake a Prohibitionist nut of the er1lvedKasJorKKNTCCKYS ALL RtoiirIi the current issue of tho Tradesman comment is made tho recent utbe DeveliipruentConvonlion held Louisville and facts and figurer c given which hctw that Ken cky Is not only in line but that ejsin the front rank of the march Southern progress The Tradesman enya that wilde c State Development Convention III m ever feneo u success and t1ctedgrezit credit on those wire ded in making it such still there idaaifeiil in allof the uddreMuttdelivereil a spirit of lie ushittiuzm whtKtntllcky has that was in no respect tlStateIi may be says th Tradcsman it thiise ppeaker whinviiilecI g1iitn fukiertiiin itJ ruukingr tcnrhrwhlcI QIIT r 111 tt T ttrmT rs pint Kentucky a not Ii ved io time ftillcst urea re of her bUties in army Ho seemud of all the States of the a South notwithiitanding the fact they have led the rest of the tion in Pubgtantiul progress h To understand the situation- smore clearly we give a few figures- vering the time helweenlSSO and o 1900jjjJid which appeared in the primilcmun in June lust The en- ieUn1try showed on increase in culture during that periiil of Itpershoweq an iscrcase during same period of 72 per cent rbe of thocllunt r made an increase ml1nulocturosor 242 per cent I hile the South increased 318 per nt The remainder of ihe cairn I y increased during that period in value of manufactured product percent and the record of he South in that line was 215 per cent Now bow stands Kentucky It record Entering the Union 1791 with nn area ofx 40400 eqiiure miles of territory a nd7 677 population compared With its next nearest in territory Virginiuwhicu ad 42450 square miles of territory and 747610 population Kentucky hud in 1900 2147174 inhabitants against 1854134 in Virginia Commissioner General Sargent his address before the Louisville convention paid Kentucky wittingly the highest compliment that was in his power to bestowwhen LIemore of foreign Immigrants that t isame to this country last yearKen tins received only 687 nfl yet ho complimented the Stale 0 Iwonderfuladvancement that ad made It is barely possible that there was cause and effect Imla which he did not see nnd on might well have asked if the Stated had done so weIr witbout these im migrants would it not be good pol icy to let well enough alot e But Kentucky has 9500 manu facturmg enterprises with a capi at 150166345 showing an in crease in number during the past ten years of 1615 with an increase a capital of 27446508 Kentucky has 234667 farms valued at 471015856 an increase during the paut decade of 55403 with nn added valuation of 42 875890 Kentucky received for spending money last year not taking into count money received salaries wages interest on moneys loans or dividends on Btocls and sales tea estate the sum of 268502092 while the farmers of Kentucky re celved from sales of two crops alone rorn and tobacco the princely aum of 50000000 in round rum bets Kentucky stands in relation the other States of the Spnth fourth Ja p pulalioni third in i SS III ir yS t rrii PJ ilh farmslimproved j own people third In school Ithirdwhile she is tenth in area of terri tory There is nothing tho matter with Kentucky She is fully in theSouthto ho abreast of ull the tear of theI country The Louisville convention will renew the energies of the I1rnext row years an advance that diroctljto rorIstrenuously contending viz more of business anti less of politics for befurtherI helessStatesInconnection it would be an excellent move for the business interests of tire entire South to come SoutirernlndustnlalConventionImilar month RColonels IrCtheSdrinkCforrather an original one Whether E iwhetherthe title than the minority of the other Kentucky Colonels 1 am not prepared to state Anyway that has nothing to do with the story Whenever this Southern gentle bunrlllgtriphend take it along with him As soon as he reached the woods or field he would pull out the bottle awhileand a little later another and this rtpentedflevernltlmell ould take the bottle stilt contain smsbAione througr with this process one ay a friend asked him his reuimi r acting so queerly j He exi IiirarifMr Vttdrtut Of ne he rye ch hiiivI niatt rv Ybe- nrtlngIflto hunbolHddctro drink and then he would drink again when he missed his first shot would take Raotherswtgattbe cond mis another at the third- nd continue in tbia way until he rude hit When he dropped a bird be reached the conclusion that e was primed up sufficiently and having no further use tor the liquor hod the bottle with its preci us contents When I get just so drunk he said the birds look much larger than usual hnthey get upor else they appear tobe in flocks and iotheyore a great deal easier to it for a man is sober he weea only tIre actual number IfVbirds and they look mighty have to have a big mark before I can make akilhingDuluIh tier id Magazines Review of Reviews 300 Cosmopolitan ioo Womans Home Com panion 100J Total 500 I will get you all three a year for 250 Success riagazine may be added for 75 cents I can you any maga zine published a little cheaper than any one else- d Mail orders promptly fill ed if accompanied by cash JAMES M BOSS nOwingsvi1let Ky BOrHTILEtFIONEI OOGiVBnAVaj Christmas The Journalt Henry WaUcreonspaFerwltntsto share the profits of this prosperous ynar with its subscribers It pro poses to give away twenty Christ alas rangIng IrolUIOO t 20RQltnt1nJtto600 in allTbere vrill bo four general prtsents of 0100 50 30Ind320nnd sixteen presents of 30 and 20 to be given in st 1uf KentuckylndianBi Sennes et e MissoHriYirgin n ian Aiabaian Tbp pTan is fair and simple Write to ife Courier SournalGo Louisville tzfor a 111cpyn the Weekly Cou i ou rn f t11 drtnlls It tilI l u isenl free y cr 1 ti TTT 5A BIAS GIRTH tIMt SHp Wo a 0Ih r Buggy Robes and Horse lI hovo stock of Itorenti t them dfrecf frotn mills ta peal i herveryone v Is f bfaiikn tnHtlfl see morievc h SPiiflsf flder 1EUGENE Mfl1liA t u 0 RACKET 1We have on our goods direct fioioi New York so low c ufeiigfcbii yor lIng 2JcIUlllling lOcI11hand Saucers set 25e- lates set 25c nllchlna 2515o- uttcDsheseliina 25 orn Poppers Sc- on Handles S- eggVhlpe ic- ene Inpqlee pr 70- hildrens Toques 25 15c Blanketsfrthe largest floband ftaYIJthemtfieA and am M Blanket the Comeand ir saul eevo MtrgyiCeleeifun Owin K STORE fall and you 4521icChllSide Comhp prlOcf SrICnrit5cBlackil0txLadlesMens Gloves 50 25lOiit4 gal Ash Churn S85c Wire RatTrap 6 Granite Chamb rsQCASH PAID FOR EGGS E tITHEFLIt j S SLESSERTh U 12 tiefL i otJ JiIMIT 4 rt i2 veIire lU new r c istnglCiind dGUt Ll o 5gSSf OVercoatSr ndCraVanatf CiJr lyouwant an ptodatet fpro fcoat come and see1L j LADIES CRAVENETTE GOATS We are showing a nice Uolthaiec tsS c themv Lathes and MiesClQftks 1 have the newest things in allv colors Yo wB be disappointed if yott rfo rtdtsce our lIne DRESS GOODS J materials for Ujlor swit i In all the new colors and TRY A PAIROF QVR 1J Shoes TItey are s ond- iJ none in stylsf arid wear Everyr pair guaranteed We haVeVa variety of styles The best js 2 he ch eapest S SLESSER OwirigsvilleV Kentucky iL 4 T J JONES AGENT FOR VIRGINIABLACK T BAND SCREENED AJLJL All orders promptly attended to Prices low as the lowest Telephone jo Lst Notice Notice is hereby given that all taxes dne the city ofOwingsville not paid bySaturday Nov 25 the property on which such tax is not paid shall be advertised and sold at the Courtiionse door Dec II 1905 CLYDE BYRON Tax Collator REVIEW OF REVIEWS COSnOPOLlTAN and SUCCESS Sec James M Ross A 4cl 1ii 4k i2 5LV i V t otrtQ 11 tCr sI iI l 4 1 1 1L jii h t t OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK r T OUTLOOK PUB CO Publlshsw age L spJT4 HOMOMINcL to 4 uctiIIsTo the dear homo once more when nil tlO iov a ones havo returned I Z Their long Vacations oer tHow happy The reunion ifromHow glad to meet Bow thankful are sateI back The cIr1jtmp1eto But It Ah wsl on coming bowlbrav twj summer days ai t vGmlss fro i tbo accustomed place f A dear familiar one How sorrowful the meeting then How full of grief and pnfroAnd longing for the That neer will come again t bow rnIibAnd grant that every wounded Bo soothed and comfortere1 toriGive each a happy coming Upon the other shore Lena Jeauette Walk In Christian Wort I I IA ROSE OF 1 NORMANDY I WUUAJfR A WltBOS P frirfacSCHAPTER XXCOXTDJUKD PaaThetwo men retired to the other en nf the lodge and conversed In low 4 tones concerning their future disposi ton Tonti was Inclined to consider t that the arrival of the head chief would 1 result In their being set at liberty anl phSas Fort Niagara Aklesko took a jnorc gloomy view of their situation Tho recent attack on the white settlements along the Si awrence by the Irpquols anti their repaid woujd probably I make them at least unfrfeorlY toward onStng at continual warfare with his own p 4 tribe would render them apt to seek ne revenge for former hostilities on tho 1 1 person of the captured warrior Tonti assured him that ho would demand 4 his safety and release as strongly as his own and felt that the offer of the Coward ho would mako would overcome any leellng of enmity they might have against bis nation t roward night the noise of the re c turning braves was heard and the bum of many voices telling of their suc pcess came to the ears of the waiting z French The sound approached the where they were and soon the 1oorwaywas darkened by human forma as a group of men entered Tonti to meet the famous iedIhis ears when he had stopped a Fort f4S Niagara as he heard a voice inquiring In guttural Iroquois for his prisoners r Ono pf the Indians threw a quantity r 1 of light fuel on the fire causing It 00 S i blaze up suddenly and illuminate fully tegloomy interior Tonti was SoniC tivhat surprised at seeing the small Th atnturQ Qt the renowned chief as well U the lIght tl tofhls kln As ho- L took a further stride Toutl started back in astonishment as he recog 1 nized tho painted features of tlio man Mlllo tonnerres Lo ComtetIe Ml ran he cried rio warrior too made a sudden L ghther5IreRch MIe Capttalne Tonti I be- Se U veHIS glance chanced to wan roomIpulledIhorrorJi rauy Thea turning to Qi 1blB IndIan cQlt1 tlLons bedlsm1 ir rtj tkem1Jy a getare the thre whtt t wereei L11edak5t riier- l Wfill ftI aS l d 1IIlleen1Itett You I lifiemonsJeurJoif ddOt ftt J awayjMo 1Bo Je i t who had forgotten ino and who a j mOlo beautiful than eyer even In convent garblndeed domo honor l J e 2heont1nue4 Inp ecking i tone to 1IflI r H muat laO been a dIcu1t journ 1 twotoretherh5w 4 ered la a greitiaeasnre from hla stir 1 i7 Iri8e flushed red aRd tavolunarlj y ceI athlslde forbIsnwojd Na r 1 t curb our restive spIrItst was the tj i I lta tlRg replY io Ibis 1gturuIt la rIrt t seeoilr or gHeats to seek a quare I rel witk their boat iBeeldea youbac fFizft et the meai4 of defeasc 70u had th i cured4ay when you nearly snuffed steeltto see wich a dspla rfyour angr Jtj pMeJoa I Jil Have dose Jih onr insolence t itw1r replied Tontl haughtily and send ii 1t vI uft our way to Fort Niagara with all possible speedWr P Mafol crted tlio comte in mode edtowardneneetto leave hla entertainer a 3jf QiTIs mOnstrous WhY iu has scare deJJ Jo1metoeerveIJ jr I can projaiee you rare eatertainmeBt 4 fa continued as a baleful glare of rmlllgl hateandttilasaphaHt revenge l JJ yeSuehaa you monsieur have ae W before experi r A 8Eeedai wkIeHIbeUeTewUl convey aSm will be so delightuI 41 Aldtall fear she will eloath t iveuhifsed fauU beaido him K t TsUJIOI hla eaeajy How t t ttr fere you losult Uadewotoette dOutret t take awl nyself with year Tailed t Ibifata tad aaesd teslaHatkmaf Whelp ot the faitiM breed Were 1f zn but croeslHg sworda vrttk you again It t should make surer work than did beforewnow threw ft lAndJ 1011 J liSwordiSTdf 7 tweapons Jeiu you baMeat b heSheSof the nIgbty Jz laa of the wolgAthou 1dwait to Irfi i1 Sho ay b1ddhg You SZO indeety ith thSead Tturn1agto nc i II3lt31jf your lover sfcairfce Die tSft i 0 J r tm 4 t f c R 24 EL 11r YA t fo r 90c 0 A t 1r1 1A ZJl 711X tloI 11g + t rr fJ4 M5 I iL c Ii W 4 sport to make an Indian holiday You na ehall see thoao lips that have mur mured soft of love pierced by the sav needle those arms that have ed you close shall shrivel up In flame those eyes that have a cast upon you their amorous glance shall be torn out and thrown to dogs lick While you the man coatlu raising his voice and foaming at mou h ou tho delicious morsel have so long waited and yearned for ripening fruit that I have watched afar shall bo mine mlno and you shall learn tlaUt is better to bo the Squaw of an I1quos qhlef than lover mistress or wife of tho est swashbuckler or roisterer on earth tM A snarl as of dome maddened ant goaded beyond endurance escaped fmclutched his adversary l y the throat with one hand while with his up- Icd iron member he was about t deal a blow that no human frame could st when be was quickly seized n away by two warriors who andI tho excited tones of their had entered in time to save him j The comte stood gasping feeling his throat where tho imprint of Toutls fingers were visible tonUs1heldoureadIvorsarryou ng words Am I a child to be ghtened by the sight of your ugly sesutrounc C1bydefenseless In the midst your allhr and friends I say do your worst tu Ilrodefy you Know tills as well that all our shall be for naught that I luaflreturn to wreak my vengeance The comte had now regained power of speech Silence vain braggart Escape 7 Thanks fer the word it reminds me that I must separate you lest you kill e another and I shall find you cold ea I3ychsquaw and she will lead my lady yea del to a fairer bower And la togrelease him ho strode through t door with them at hItS heels IeI Renee who throughout the Int r view had remained motionless now ran lightly to Tonti Ah M Tonti she exclaimed in an alarmed tone what shall we do Why have you a second time provoked this man and roused the hatred of one who cannot stoop too low to gain e htndshave been prevailed upon to allow illOUnever be satisfied until ho kills you It was brave it was noble it was magnificent but was it wiseD Alit mademoiselle said Tontla a shade of reproach in his voice I could I remain calm beneath his n Itiltzwould defend with my last drop of blood whose safety Is my one thought L i u LtKDoforwhoni would face a hundred sav ageffrathor than that one hair of your iuddenlydumb for as he pzCdnt the gui who Involuntarily1fstretched motionless he saw asbraUChthJng a Itchtoppec s hiiantI nil read the secret that she had gu torhoi Nays it sumed that I should speak thus I I andam OUtBefore Renee could reply the comto entered followed by a squaw Hardly horwilderment into the taco of Madame uthowBChangedfc LugereClad Jn tlee slattcmlYdreSs of an Iroquols squaw she had lost the trim nl1erchlefrg Ishlancestheir place The com to stood watch ing them smiling s IMadamoTor the first time rushed to her and c vIngiolently4onl In for be advanced and grasping herawayglvJngsent her rolling on the floor He then herUPfntoaslttinfPGlU tip or you fare worse nit1hismeekly did his bilagf Take ma demoiselle to her lodge aad fljsrve her iitswas the next ilaH d so beckoning Renee to follow her she led v he ront J They passed to the adjoining bouse ithich had been hastily prepared for Its new occupaatv Some attempts hadeen made at cleaning the place arge number of skins and rugs bar C081tp4UilOnWuslJentuatlJ rdancebnraremberedhetCJt Quebec strove to soothe her c tbo kindly womanly1 sympathy HCtearstaIaedfa rteaturesAhured you are so good to Pltyvan Jinfortu tl ir t fi J i1 oi4jta Jr fj l j 7 PP j O tg te Cftstaway like myself I have sinned deeply but I have been I punished Since seeing you cruellyI I had time to reflect anti great a wrongdoer I have been night have I lain awake In my misery and thought of all the happi ness I might have hail but which I thrust aside You can see tho misery of my fate without telling you However It Is your future that Iron bles me for rather than see you In hlr power I would bury a knife in his hate ful breast But tell me how you hap pe here shewHenceevents that had led up to their jourover ny and the adventures encountered she told of cf the fo AndrtsMadamo Blzards eyes glowed nail n aint tinge ol color returned to her c chaihowMy love told inn that he was good and worthy Your love exclaimed llenec Yes my love for I will confess It to you mademoiselle I loved him It was my Insane love that drove me to tempt him to the very net to which the comto yielded But he was strong and rebuked rue shaming me for the thought But you told me Yes but I lied My heart was full f bitterness at finding him so muchIbetter than I for his teaching a mans honor was even stronger than a womans It was the desperate mem ory of his refusal of my suggestion to fly with me that drove me mad and made tho society of my liuaband your elf and all who were good and pure a torment and was tho goad that urged me to the step I took lint my re pentance has been bitter And his wife and child abandoned In Paris eagerly asked Hence as she clutched the woman by the arm her breath waiting oft tier reply More lies I could find nothing bad enough to say about bull I hated shim for the deep humiliation be had caused mo and loved him all tho time for his nobility of heart Ho spoki of one in France whom he adored I would have given my right arm to haven beard him speak of mo with that same feeling and reverence in his tones Now all is done and It Is too late for repentance A weary life of scrvl tudo amongst these savages is my por tlon I can donothlng to retrieve the past unless laeed I could effect you r ettc peTbal would 1 gladly do were 1 to pay for it with my life hay a courage mademoiselle I shall accom pUsh whatever I can for you But Henee heard not the wail of ra gret nor the womans determination to redeem her wrong Her eyes streamed h9ppltIiloverworthy after all In spite of the calum Dies of his enemies Nay worthier forbad silo not now proof ot tempta conthIWbeen tried and bad come forth fro aIIlcoveryforgive lila detractor and imprinted q klsa ot forgiveness sympathy and pity her chek That ttlyht n solemn council of a I the ch r of the tribe was held one of iheHrg eUIuuHKLj tu ucciue as to the disposition of the prisoners Before this assembly the Comte do Mlron aro o in all the lusleiila of his official position and spoke thus jvi Iif1rEt IB not many moons 7a ee fatherless children 6dtinaWrtelrOuebfonrPiillpners ctIoIlnowtblsman jasgreat ontlo at Quebec whose soldiers ptureGreatFans entheypwIteIettbisI give him to you the white wows however belongs to me hiTheDronersTo Be Continued eGotan fnvltallnn Philadelphia roles Who was your grandfather T PtrPhiladelphia miss dazedWIJ should be delighted to have you ill IrUI Please dont neglect us If you cv come to our city Goodby Denver miss shortly afterward Well Mr Interrogation Point what do you want to know Little brother What do the letters P P P U stand for glatingesthatDenver missIt means a man who pushes a wheelbarrow for n dollar a layN Y Weekly Xo Merer for IsnksfHeDlYos Pritchctt president of the tiYt thatdeem almost any of humanity save UrYnnkce The grace of God Is 1w sibrethrenI hnIgnorantYniikeeagrce and be saved Id not lIke to limit the power of the Lord but 1 d thBoetoitIlie WaaNut Salted cityIthiO73courtesy than is usually tile case in large stores A suave salesman ia stationed at the door with instructions otto allow customer to depart with hasbeena thruffout tho door when he was stopped thcnueryfromtho polite salesman Did you get suited sir C1ogQthpalt Anxious ici4miibyls to bu f old maid e farWjiy N Qsb lcems to talituch auhUer est In th se mothers congresses atf chlldssudy clubs Baltimore Anwr cap f 71 i is fr y 1 f tjf iiL Ii JOSEPH THE RULER 1 OUR BIBLB STORY th Highway and Byway Prenchtjr Vision Bstwetn the thee of Oeds Inspired Word J ICOP7r1cb91 br J n Edoll1 Scripture Authority And Phar nunto Joseph Forasmuch an OtC ed thee all tnla there U non 1 and wise M thou art thou a bo my house and according uiuo thy word shall all my people be ruled on in throne will I be greater than tou Pharoah eald unto Joseph See I Have thro over all the land of Egypt nd Fharaoh took oft his ring from his kind and put It upon Josepfia hand and arrttyta him In vestures of fine Utica and put a old n about his neck and he made hbp to In the second chariot which ho IJul and they cried before him now the k and he made him ruler over all the lar f ECypt Gen 413313 I P had now four days Pharaoh hail tn moned ill tht teE menII the ma gicians it Egypt to the iinlaco at Hrtloima They ha tfjc from far and nivr Every temple had sbnt Us most learned iage and the saUl wing at the Im penal city of so distinguished a body of won created a protound im pression throughout tho realm DIs- cussIon of the unusual proceeding was upon everybodys Ups In tho city and when the aged priest from Theirs and his retinue of sages disembarked from their barges which had brought them down tho Nile as swiftly as the best rlvermen could bring them the excitement was at fever heat Wile silent awe the crowds watched stately procession as It proceeded to the palace Surely now the king would obtain the counsel which ho needed Various rumors had gotten abroad is to the nature of the matter wbiih troubled the king Some said that n foreign foe threatened the country Others said that the king was plaV nlng an expedition to tho south aid desired to know tho mind of the gois in regard to the enterprise Still ot era declared that It had been reporUd by the servants of the palace and thole close to the king that a strange dreau bad troubled him and that ho souglt an Interpretation thereof a thirg which up to the present time the wlie men and the magicians had been uta able to give But there was still hop IyIand would not he klSTgs heart DOW be satisfied x 1As the processIonSieared the AIMIB crowds of people Became dei r dand denser for all were Cl er toza glimpse ot these men wh secrets of the gods and coulddIseE tbofutnre It was with lncreaslngt culty that the Egyptian offlaerj a pathway and at last Itbj came necessary to use stern measure O q iiuisitivo totknirunt uurst at ltrpathway which the policemen had suc ceeded In forcing He was Instant seized and after a severe beutiuiUfd his temerity was dragged olfto lIprison This Incident was Euulcgr presence UU U1 Lr1rpthi 1Iatot speiorn but It being MI ft was found iC pffeipolicyilaced the prisoner in the lnnerjdUH esa The word 01 two iiMivivua ijLro prenii4imtotai n tfi alace for save as prisoners cafiftMJsff jail bringing news he had n 1means of knowing what was transpjr l 5004pportunityO tir moned the man to him and cagtrlj q 1Andp the king he asked bultest credence is that the king has bad dream upon his bed which gives h great anxiety and up to the coming- l nooohadthe meaning thereof astheIt quartershe sbfInlerpretaUonofnot Thou give Thy servant wisdom to butlerthedid it not come to pass as Thy word aid Oh Lord let the chief butler thistimeLord would give Pharaoh answer o heartAnd mind hahichhlUlurgedim when he again served In the presl tee of Pharaoh now expectantly he had waited Each day saw him look drearyprison IonthatPromptJreach days duties had been performs agatntobl IIIingready to depart boyhood ortheFURNACE BACILLI LATEST Icago Health Department Official Makes Startling Discovery Which Kay Solve Problem- ChfcagoTbe staphylococcus and discoveredd fromthesesible names They lurk in furnaces duringlilOUr phftlnnx when hit registers are t tgj J 3iYi f J his lot something alwrtys seemed tp say within him God gave you vision Walt He will bring it to thoI And with all tile strength of his pure manhood he hall determined to botrue to God One day In tho early period of his lIfo In the prison when tbo urn itations of his place In the prison had greatly depressed his spirits ho re membered how in bitterness he bad ex claimed Of what profit shall this place be to me Every hope and every ambition Is stifled here Tut tut one of the prisoners had responded who chanced to overhear the remark tho wise man makes ofsp circumstances lila teacher and gathers nuggets of experience out of the un promising present which the alchemy of tbo future will transmute Into pure goldcaThe man who had thus spoken bad long since been recalled to his place under the chamberlain to tho king but he bad never forgotten the thought Like a nash ho had realized that In that untoward place the prisonGod was training him for he knew not what A new Interest was found In his duties and he set himself earnest ly to learning all that be could It was the kings prison tho place where those who bad Incurred tho royal dig pleasure were held aoL during tho long years which Joseph bad served In the prison he came in contact with very many of tho wisest and most Influential men of the kingdom and thus had become versed in the affairs of state as he could not Inany other way And while the Hebrew slave shut in the Inner prison is busy with the mem o prymissive obedience upon God the king In the palace is beside himself with rage and disappointment Even the earned men from the great temple at Thebes cannot tell the king the mean ins ot his dream Tho attendants and courtiers of the palace move about in consternation and fear Tim king sits sullen and alone The wise men and the magicians have gone from his presence In disgrace andI none dare approach him The hour has arrived when the cup bearer should appear before his lord with the customary draught of wino huh be lingers tremblingly on the outer par tals of the royal apartments He is 1filled with fear and is perplexed know what to do His mind goes toI to the time before when he had curred the kings displeasure and he himIagain as nos days of anxiety spent in prison and ot the young man there wno bad told him his dream He starts up almost dash ing the golden goblet to the hard pave ment at his feet Fool that he had been why had he so completely forgot ten Could not the young man who ibid the meaning of his dream and that of the chief baker also tell Pharaoh ttie Interpretation of his dream Boldly entering the royal presence manIr klnssaIn his eye and the form that had shrunken with disappointment and dread apprehension seemed now elec trified and sat erect on the royal ibfone Scarcely bad the chief butler fiHished than he was giving orders to haye the young man brought before him In their excitement tbe butler forgot to pour the wino and the king forgot to drlkAnd while the palace PtShe prison was nt I 59t55excitement Thertb i at C Ut bir0 tneenrodsed by the tm rt Si1 00ppeayed beforo the4kevptry prison at the same momenttbat opened the outer door and admit the messenger there a young Hebrew here cd Joseph he exclaimed breath y and then without pausing for 1fyr4it he continued Pharaoh himStjii whose astonishment at strange summons rendered hintiiie eCblCSS could only point to Joseph bo now stepped forward and quietly 1d I am be waltsjfi their at the palace to prepare Joseph i ior lift presentation before Pharaoh vaaA after the priests bad shaved ana J iathpd him and anointed him and fresed him In Tresh linen robes be asi ted Imo the royal audience room It was plain to see that the king was JosephIthe frank InllislJncUVelyP0Led him Plunging at once into the matter that was uppermost upon his heart he said I have dreamed a dream and there IIIcanst understand a dream to Interpret ItINay spoke up Joseph modestly shouldIonly to God It Is not In me dlsappolntmentfJashedL labout to speak when Joseph continued earnestly while bo pointed towards Heaven God shall give Pharaoh an answer jot peaceIAnd then he listened thoughtfully while the king related hiS dream of IiIfavoredJars and the aaveu Wanted ears and re1Ifthegladnessjcol from his hand his own signet ring and placed it upon the hand of Incsledhim neckbecers of the court i I am Pharaoh and without thee shall no man lift up his hand or foot tji all tbe land of Egypt And thus It came to pass that that the bumble faithful otI IandcxaltaUonand proved that virtue Is at last trl umphant and that be who can stand upright In the presence of God shall stand with honor and power before moD I busywith asinfluenza thisrg announcement is Dr Ho nan Spalding the chief medical exam departmentF31hS faithful microscope trained on fur nces and all sorts of heating appaiI 1wardedpomlnators of disease fk Tt 1 yi4-i j o1 oir Jj CENTER OF NEW YORK SITE IS MABKED BY BELIC OF COLONIAL DAYS Considerable Historic Romance Con nrctad with Famous Hunt Mansion Society Headquarters in Revolutionary Times New Ycrk Geographically the center of Greater Now York tho settlement of Hunts Point breathes tho irit of primeval days Bounded by the flat houses of upper Manhattan on the west with the populous Bronx northward and the roll- Ing meadows of Westchestcr on the st this quaint settlement seems almost as Isolated from civilization as LabradorTwo and thirty six years ago the Hunt mansion was built by Thomas Hunt one of the old Knlcker LOckers The famous old structure over tho crumbling roofs and sagging veranda of which several giant oak tops cluster stands today on a strip of land overlooking Long Island sound There is much of historic romance associated with this house During the struggle for Independence It was bombarded by tho English fleet front the sound on Its way to attack tim city One of the cannon balls was embedded in the brick wall where It ctill lodges- Traditions are numerous regarding the building of the old mansion It lilt said thatwhen Hunt first began to build lumber commanded a very high rice due to a heavy tax which was levied on building materta so that Hunt decided to build his house of atone of which there was an abundance In the neighborhood But hardly had he put up the west wall when the tax was removed so he completed the structure with lumber Its preser vatlon proves the durability of its con struction for It has defied the ele ments since the seventeenth century and promises to outlive many of Its modern neighbors The girders and rafters used in Its construction were hewn from solid oak while the laths used in the Interior walls rough and irregular were made cf strips of ash The chimneys were lullt of the bricks brought over aC lallast bY the Dutch traders the cell T1iIHUNT MANSION Historic Structure Marks Center of Greater New York lags are low and the closets withawhich each room is supplied two parts The great open In the living room without fireplaceI old mansion was perfect is away with age and is no longer used Across the hallway is the kitchen The Dutch oven has been replaced by modern stove by the present occupant The upper chambers are reached by anarratsiubint1al r5h uw SttlivatrL i kC1I11Ha a t1Ytdprotection when sudden attacks were made by the Indians should admit tance be gained within the house j The mansion was noted for Its so cial 1t1ilancy who commanded the British forces In Westchestcr county was a frequent visitor there In later years KodImanwellknown lines on the Bronx On a small knoll on the road lead- Ing to the mansion Is an ancient bury ing ground where the early settlers were Interred It also holds the re mains of Drake Directly across the road Is a small inclosure in which the slaves of the Runt family were bur ied This ground Is often disturbed and remains removed by students in eearch of material The Indian cave surrounded by a group of tall elms Js still In existence It was once the favorite haunt of thi acIndians and here the treaties were made with the whites Baretto fwestheadquarters of Cen Washington The old house In which the councils of war were held during the Invasion of Gen Howe Is now a desolate ruin DroughtThe a rPronovel purpose of watering trees for pro tectlng them from drought A pit afoot deep and two yards across Is dug around the tree to be protected and this Is filled with the figs and their stems the whole being beaten down and covered with a layer of earth Tho 111Wibsoff very slowly After a drought ot four months Prof Cusmano baa found the pulp still fresh and capable ofIsup sagefect conditionI f The advice used to be Go young man hut now It seems to beJ reversed out In Kansas a public mac is quoted as saying The question IstShall a young man remain In the and make an honest struggle westI a east and grow up with the trusts French Trade Unions The growth of trade unionism In Franco hisS been very rapid The title under which the unions are flown in Prance is Syndlcats Professlonhels They were first authorized by law io 1884a little over 20 years ago INotYou seem always to be hard since you we marriedoYes soSlitJusedt laonComeJEro111It an th automobile does tr not asked the man Yes lots of patients replied the doctor and Iye got em Yonkew Statfml 1 Ji t f 7t f t t J 2 J I t tt41Pk iit 4 I tfi 0 I I Cl ssIYt JJ J Jy o j 4rKriI I n S sr J oi ir W J PAINFULPERIObT 4 Suggestions How to Find Relief from Such f Suffering S rM I 4JissNeI1Ie IIo1mes7 4fpjd1e Ha 4j IIWhile no woman entirely free from periodical suffering it does not seem to- be the plan of nature that women should suffer so severely Menstrua tion Is a severe strain on k womans vitality If It is painful or Irregular something is wrong which should be set right or it will levi to a serious de rangement of the whole female organ lamMore than fifty thousand women have testified In grateful letters to 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waiter U a great thing said A P D Stall of Australia He has bf en roaming about in this broad west era brrathinz the air of free dom liberty and independence until be is saturated with it In Chicago the other day I Mid to a a care Waiter this a pork chop or a mut ton chop Cant tell by the Uste asked the w aiter marvelously duintereitcdln the i chopI I replied Then what difference does it niakeI r i deISKINTORTURED BABIES Instant SeUef la Warm tk With Cutlcnra Soap anti Gentle Anoint ings with Cutlcnra Ointment The su ferin h Cuticura Remedial ave alit v Fthe oung and the rt- r brded wornoutLaiL iBianiuebirt i liihajK il crust called i oflchingc andhuduioodcconaniicaUy cure aflotber rfBic thebestDISOREEALYAGRLEAjEYoung Oily Approval to a HauseaV lag Extent Joysamongthehonesty and naturalness The attempt to sntagOfliZOcial Tribune Mr Joy had nwuy positions at his dis posal and ao applicant for one of theta came with giltedged credentials The ycung man them was of good appearance etlucatrd and the son lrespectedotwould have a walkover The older man purposely engaged the younger in conversation latter ra indulcetvtalement carrying an opiaidn and there would bo unctuous approval from his t ofheon opinion diametrically opposed to the one a few sentences be ithhiswondered how far it would go and put the you think that this U a much warmer summer than last lButslderably cooler You are certainly right sir persistentlygreeablea The man who has nbg income is tho pne who does the least talking about itID the fatally circle etmIFROM TEXAS t Some Coffee Pacts from tke Lone SUjr Stte Front a beautiful farm down in Tex a s where spring unite to form babbling brooks that wind their sparkling way through flowery meads omes a note of gratitude for delivery babjtfWhen came to me five years ago I brgan to drink Postum ood CcnTe hiving a feeling that it thanhewas not disappointed In It for it en bled me a small delicate woman to nurse a healthy baby 14 months I have since continued the use of Postum for I have grown fond of it and have discovered to my Joy that itChas entirely relieved me of a bilious habit which used to prostrate me twoSr three times n year causing much discomfort to my family and ojnyself My brotherinlaw was cured ofwhronicconstipation by heaving off the a Jdnd of coffee anti using Postum s e has become even more fond of it Ap ho was of the old coffee t in fact tb entire family from theltest arrival r 2yearold who always calls fur his poll first tbipg inthd morning up to the head of th h6uee ink there Is no drink BO good or so l vholesome as Pogluni Name given y Posture Co Batje Creek b5chSWTheres a reason head tire little book The Hoad to iyPe ii Vegetable Compound sooner fort have thai to bepImy menstrual period every month as itmeant so much pain and suffering for mo but after I had the Compound two months I became regular and natural eta now perfectly welt andfree from atmy monthly I am very grateful for what Lydia E Pinkhams able Compound ties done for me Such testimony should be accepted by nil women as convincing evidence that Lydia E PSnkhama Vegetable Compound stands without a peer as a remedy for alt the distressing ills of women The success of Lydia R Pinlchams Vegetable Compound rests the wellearned gratitude of American womenSWhen women are troubled with irregt ulnr suppressed or painful menstrua tlon lencorrhrea displacement oc nl ccratlon of the womb that bearing down feeling inflammation of tho ovaries backache or flatu lency general debility indigestion and nervous prostration or are beset with such symptoms as dizziness faintness lassitude excitability irritability ncr vousness sleeplessness melancholy T they should rememberthere is one tries anti true remedy tydiaE Vegetable Compound at once removesSsuch troubles Refnse to buy any other d medicine for you need the best Dont hesitate to write to Mrs Pinkham If there is anything about your sickness you do not understand SMe will treat you with kindness aud her advice Is ree No woman ever reeretted writing her and shehas ialped tIlnhlsiaRdS Addrits IvRn wa PMhaas AdvkA WMMM lst OTfMii a WNKMS hemisphere waiter is presenting bouncing suffering bloating PinkhatnH Sunning Account The cashier bas skipped out and hh boolcs are in an awful muddle announced the bookkeeper What shall we do Open a running account with him at once B5d the president promptly Cleveland Leader DeTURCd ter say said Uncle Ebenj in wait foh folks but now adays it pears like beskep busy by folks ruigin at his do bell Washington Star Pisos Cure for Consumption U sri infallli We medicine for and N W Samuel Ocean GroveN JFeb 17 Do man dat thinks be knows it all said Uncle Eben ginerally turns out to be a victim of misplaced confidence t i Washington Star A GIANT LAID LOW Crippled and JUSe III By Awful TSLitetj Disorders eTBaayB fruit raiser AVebate rw I back and began to suffer with backache and kidsey trouble I neglected it untiloiedayaS twinge felled Hie like a losr mado me crawl on Hands and knees I was so crippled for a time that I Couldnt walls without sticks had headaches and dizzy spells and the kldueysecre f ions were muddy and full of brlclcf dust sediment Deans Kidney made the pain disappear andcofrectekV ttie nrinary trouble Ihayo felt better cverslhcfijl Sol Ifby all Bealers CO cents a box FosterMHliurn Co BuffalOiN Y SICK HEADACHE CARTIS 1FTILI eared by these Little Filto They also tellers Da trees troax In esUoa and Too Hearty Eating A perfect rea Bod Taste la the Moutli Ooatca Tongue Pain la the Side TORPID LIVER Tbu regulate Purely 9 ii i I 3 3 kW L CUt Line be at any price 10000 Posltlrelr Dysptpeta eyrorDtzneicei DrowBlnese ttoBomfe Vagetab- isSWafNL SWLLNSE SHMiflHCEl iimuISgnturt REFUSE SmSTITHTES WLDOUCLA SHOESrDouglas 94OO Edge cannot equalled 27AnMOjonsaaci w1 rttbl it l iM3t w i Dct3so shoes have by thsJr exaikat slyls flWng and superItrwesg i qasitika achieved the Iarg st say S3se ftM ib worId are ashoes that cost IliSsrescIathprke ii could tsksyou Into my t Brodctoo Maw the Unrest lathe world axtar ose roof making nsftaa i hoes iad straw you the care which everyof DQgIu stieci Is made you would realize 4hy Doagtas W50 shoes are the bttt jJUIhoes aade in toy factory and theft rl othermakes you would Understand why OoozU 50ihocgst more to uiakewhythtybeiJ heir shape fit better wear and are olreata Intrinsic value mf uUwifJSO bOeOfltksarkettody lpas beg MadSh f r LCAUTIONInsitaron havlrdgWLJiong M Tkstoinbst1tute ouegeiutas 5 nitbont his same sad pttce stamped bo wittom WANTED AshedesiarbeverytoIhereSL Douglas kre Itno orlampUs seat free for fupocUon upon requite fat Color fjittti used Utg will act tutor Snug Writ for Illnitntted of ran StTle w LPOV0LA flrocktut Iae 1ri 5S 5tt T t l vLIr rx i I rr TATE NEWS HAPPENINGS1 tit f ALL8 SURRENDERED b Twoof Them Were Turned Over t 4 v the Kentucky Authorities i BallIndictedt 1r Una in a keg house last May and the i alepoa Jpauar of a gang of ruffians wlM ba8n terrorizing Middles I y and Cumberland Gap Tenn tI past two weeks and a half was arrenilt red to Judge M J Moss of the r ujurt by bs Other Houston 11 11of Miailte WTV They drove i ughCOUfliT a buggy tram 2heLy Thi IIJ a brother cit l LZ Dall tlio alleged slayer ot Jacka n a barber there se ralwe lsRh1ey Ball1Sholbys son Is also S here He was captured v Green of Claboume byI In Cumberland Gnp Ho o fl ver to Sheriff I Iu J Iddlegborb z r V Yl5O i DAMAGE SUITSresf re Flied Against Officers Who Nned a Neo Resisting Arrestwot taiIa ha gunrestIK win Brown and the wounding of I saven men med two suits in tho Han k Thtthe8hrff4 1 theInUf cr 1JOOO forJbbusehold effects destroy cd euBio Seventeen persons t4t tb H arc named as de1 1Qers JES AT STURGIS 9 rt To Be MadeTo Run Them With NonUnion Miners4 tivcItTho non I I iJinIon coal miners who were brought i Jiere to work ra the mines of the West l fcn Kentucky Coal Co whero a strike fi been OQ rtereome time have been bytie 9 j1l1to des l prl 4 mAay g3b5jWIiI D1lncswkkbe azards There is c6n lderaMB V Tent among the union met ea Fhr1 fiR EACH OF THE PEACE jviife and Child Spurned Tandy Who Was Sent To a Cellf lJ 7 Lexington Ky Nov 10 pleading 124p1draw a charge of breach of the peaco ohd5iccept divorce and 10 a week f alimony was the novel defenso made j alSi btfgre Justice Bell The woman re fus to listen He was paced under 1 t a bcd in default of which he was j aent to Jill en he was led away it Tandy sought Who ksshls wife t I cUd but spurned him andI FELLOW THE STAIRS i Man Was So Heavy aH Ma1iT1T2O jxjuwls Richard Ss Hwiifiejif Insurance agent broke th tep sustae fen a distance ot tob feet nnd ted on his back There are no apiraI iurleaIT 1 ChildWife Sues For Divorce T Lexington I1i l b p Mrs Annle G House 15 daughtex 31CGrizn s now a student in the city schools hero rvLas brought suit for divorce and all a GIiJlu Clay county They weto married r littear while lie was a student atI the State college She sags he soon A bandoaed her j v Cockle Burr Cauwd Death iwensboro Ky Nov 9AStho re r swallowing a cockle butT the R mthsold daughter of Mr and ed Johnson Is dead ThedeaUi child occurred after nearly 24 of agony The tragedy was the of the playfulness of a little o Valley Medical Aeseciation aaerspn Ky Nov 10The sev annual convention of the Ohio sj Medical Association whi tonTt id here closed after r eecti- rnt J the od oIliccrs The execuUvc mittee will select the place of holdi agof V tho nL4nOUfl Football Game at Mfc Sterling Mt Sterlinff Ky Nov 10 Qraded hlgU school eleven defeated Mt Ster hag on the gridiron Thursday by 17 f to 4I1ptonot the Mt Sterling team 4 wn Leriouslylajured and had his col itjar bone broken tf eckham Offers Reward 2p Frankfort Ky Nov 1l4JovBeck i ham oered a reward of IBOO for the apprehcmslpn ot George B Warner r cuni t Th asylum at Hopklnsvllie seT 1wcecaa Capt Howard D Louisville Ky Nov llrCapt JoSa ard probably the nestHOwh atI diedshis He was stricken with acute in nand heart hleJ2 agoffin County RepuWtean- ersville Ky Nov 10 MageMn Igives Griffith majority of 300 over Muncey for represeatatlve yes Sewell a majority of 300 over Wheeler for state soato entire repubMcaa county ticket lected Fan Frozen To Death i ckport Ky Nov uBt Dart tanner was found dead lathe wll road near Alexanders school vrjdiay raornlnR It is suwosed hjibdrse aad was frozen cky Oil Queen l oYIK Wae 4 seH of EloomlBgtOB III nl operations 8tnKef1tucJcrC caused her to yOii Qneea reUraed here rota WarD coHBty Where eke has en otva tour at mflbVd1OFt Death frMattGIttcbiuOBd Ky fey lOJ Matr sad cItedsu4deily lun i Hg was QUO of tie Wet Joows and llitfuitThTfrikliitin county HIs r ais 9a8 a Gibson the WewI rail fnrvlve lmt1 t JjE 6 t t J r4j I r i 14 1ri J1tIlor r t2 j t i r tJgr R it f otJqn 1 iv iI vjr1tttP o theUETSojA Fatal Quarrel Over Wagers Mad on the Ohio Election P becalntsvlllever Creek Village tho population or rather numerous settlers had gathered hesecureweek ThIs was the first mill da beIngCliuntilfoiandso to speak As a result of a wager bet die ilesrarmountaincn is boistonrriveporesultHerrick Estep demanded tho money from the stakeholder and the funds re turned over A little later in istaineersbad filled up on moonshine whisky ddler decided from reports current in yetInncThetire dollars and a fight took place an an waded and one fatally wounded Woodfords Official Returns Versailles Ky7 Nov 10Tho vota givesJsenator 822Y James B Finnel repub republicanEdmond Mulcahy for represent e and the remainder ot the demo cra tic county ticket had no opiUHl tlon Democratic Ticket Elected In IIgu tir ToethUelected mayor of Cnrrolltou The der aed jjooiJRMiJiionalvotet ci inhia county All Ons Way In Bell x pr theecinctsbuicialre saipublican73 votes to 95 for Hlrar Fee Inde pe recndenttlo cernvoted Yes 422 no 688tedElection Official Arrest j Deattyvll1eLIy Nov lo t W county 01 r the tbelectionclnct wad brought here on a wamau charging him with stealing cattle Iu Wolfe county The sheriff of Wolfo county has arrived to take him tofor Co whmptonWas Voted Down 4potKy Nov 9Notwit- 4gthodenidcmtlandslido titie dersOtQof f30OW to build an electric light plant to be owned by the city was badly defeated Viva Voce Voting Covington Ky Nov 9The state question on the viva voce system of voting was overwhelmingly defeated In the county The fiscal court this year will stand live democrats to two republicans Six magistrates are demo oc gqratsboEkcted IitenaHalestreasurer and Charles Bird dem was elected city clerk by 9 votes Free Turnpike Knocked Out Newport Ky Nov 8The people ofmC to naImposebonded Indebtedness to the amount 01 f300000 In free turnplRes It is pro able that never have propositions been so snowed under- Democrats I Sweep Newport BoNew1ortboss rule and pernicious activity in wlsbell county of a most disastrous defeat nearly all of the republican can ill ates EverythlngCoiiagtonKyNo city the democrats wept everything bo fore them and succeeded In duplicat Ing the performance of the republics last year The democrats in coun have a majority of oneot joint ballot Woman Sandbagged Louisville Ky Nov 11Two ne- groes each carrying n sandbag at tacked Mrs Mary L Sheets in berg 1o ery store at 1006 Jefferson street and Whl1epreparologin and they fled Rewards Offered For Lynch rs II Barbouryllle Ky Nov 11 ltewa dot 250 for the arrest and conviction t each member fthomob which ly RnchedLondon a month ago have been ot fered by the commonwealth Death of Henry P Montgomery HenryP wand wealthiest citizens of Georgetown Vlled alter an illness of several weeks aged 67 years He was a leading law yer and president of the First Na ti RonatChild Burned To Death Mt Vernon Ky Nov OAt Lang ford this county the house of Will Bishop was destroyed by fire His ttennxmthsold babo perished in thn flames A neighbor rescued two of of the children Knocked From Street Car- edLouisville Ky Nov 9W H F igo formerly a prominent Jeweler at wKand a member of one pt he leading families of thatsectlon1 was knocked from at Street car bya conductor1 and swstalned injuries that vJ1lJrobQblylrovefa L hootlflglfrttshoot Jng affair here Charles Cooper wi rCCaadartics oiroublA it r 4 IRUSSIAN RBFOBMR8 They Have Learned Little of the Lee sons of Political History Mapassedported from any part of the city but Jews are still apprehensive Mar law has been abolished in Kro menchug and Tlllla and the city dis tricts With each days developments it qmes more apparent that Ruasi- sorineie have learned little of tho les is d Oestinedto travel a thorny path to free payreducation This perhaps Is not strange considering that all the intelligent classes are engaged in a revolt against the old order of things the moilerntlsts for the moment casplng hands with the ultrarevolutionists to accomplish tie downfall of tho autocracy Th9 ult Is that all tho reform elements distrustful of the government and e pride In holding aoof as if every bYssolid conservative element to act as a brake upon thoso who shrink from no itical experiments no matter how kiess The various groups Into which the m wh heoInto which Count WItto Is sock to conduct tho government stem Ingly would rather lettho country citofInto anarchy than lift a finger to aid York Nov nc atuunctr ersbutedlief of tho Jews In Russia Tho gift s attached to a letter sent orauciVISITED THE CRUISER DRAKE Five Thousand People Went on Board the Princes Flagship New por YosonsDrake flagship of Rr Adm Prince Louis of Battenbiirg between tho bo rs miTheetly went for an automobile ride in afternoon and at thestthe keen annoyance of the prince remarks several days ago abcwadisastrous effect upon Dl ldings in New York of the comb in fire of 18 warships anchored in tho fulaIn reply to tho direct question Do you think the combined fleet of cNorthldings in New York the princo d be certainly did think such a renit ofteda ot both squadrons regret that the been misinterpre or Incorrectly reported It Is liIitk3ti tfrYQlZ touched a- ttch to ahastackwouWi1iburnerru He mattrof fa ctcir neashaal for es sLi mid seek to ti co isuldlro that this matter be put correctly an Impression has been made of beconveying seFORAlleged Robbers 6f the Willard ha t reTakenLexington Ky Nov 13 Guarded fivomenjWllard29 were brought to this city for safe keeping The prisoners are Steve and Charles Stamper of Cincinnati Tom Drown and Jack Allen of Knoxville and Tom Hall of Covlngton Ky Hall has two bullets in his side from the ns of tho posse who with bIe odsh lds captured the men after a rato Sues batUc the day following the robbery J D Roderick of Athens Tenn was also shot and died Ionar boaseded robbed the bank A Competitive Examination Washington Nov 13 Announce ont Is mado by the secretary of tho vy that a anllcity beginning January 9 to fill 13 vacanies In the nt pa ofymterMust Face CourtMartialth UIBonapthe trial of 4 ththerin connection with the death of ed GasaNewKnox chairman of the Tammany Hall law committee announcea that every step taken by Mr Hearst and the Mu JHelection would be bitterly opposed Aid For Suffering Jews Milwaukee Wis Nov 13cash subscriptions of 1500 were made to ward aiding the suffering Russian Jews at tho mass meeting at Temple Emanuel The meeting was attended by 200 of the wealthiest Jews In MI1 auk e Relief For Massacre Victim 000 85hasthe relief of the Jewish population of ussia Edward Rosewater editor ot the Omaha Bee will forward the col lection to Jacob Schiff of New York Jewish Memorial Service London Nov 13 Pathetic scenes ere witnessed at a gathering of 10 000 Jews ot the east end n M1101Endheld for the Jews recently killed In ussia Money For the Relief of Jews Baltimore Nov 13At a largely attended meeting of the general com ittee appointed for the purpose of P raising funds for the relief of the Jews Russia held in Ohebsiialoni 7 mplo over OyIOIJsllbscrIbed Prisoners Burned To Death Lake City Ia Nov 13 George were Battrick and William Jackson w burned to death in the city Jail by a e started by Btittrick Buttrick and Jackson with J I Nipple and Isaac t Allen wore arrested for disorderly Conduct 2 The R J Hackett Destroyed By Fire Cleveland 0 Nov 13A telegram from CapC H C JicCallum of the al laden vessel R J Hackett an UflceS the destruction of that brig p 1 fire abreast of edsir River t the shore of Green Bay e 0K 4 r iiJjc s it Jt j jt f J f it 141111 T tt iI r ELECTION RETURj yor McClellaii Democrat Re in Greater New Yorkacme by Small Majority HEARST WILL CONTEST ELECTION llIJll Pattison Democrat Was tiectc- overnorofOhiobya of Between 40000 and 50I000B Ed thawarde njedB Cox Leader For 25 Years Retires From Politic OHIO Mrattlsonthe next three years by a plurality ru- gnln well above 40WO Is well settled an also majoritybre Is still some uncertainty as to the balance of the state ticket The earlier returns were apparently from sections fa vorable to the governor for her held a V untilednccountry districts cut Into his vote severe atlcrnoonhedllrerenceofliccs will depend on the size of Pattl TtlioHst Cincinnati Nov 9 George B Cox well kn lattemecitIn the republican party after a lead glvea1IllTlckIty pradefeatedout Tho whole democratic ticket PtlsburyN ihooic1will ba waged In the courts to decldo whEther George B orcClellan or lIl1am Randolph Hearst is to be mayor of New beredClellan a plurality of 34S5 votes tho smallest ever recorded for a successful mayoralty candidate and a result which ght readily be reversed by a recount the ballots hiIntentione supreme courtbeethohiladelphias the only state office for which there was a contest at the election In Pennsyl mla Judge John Stewart an appointee of Gov Pennypacker was reelected as tbetullarles E Rice and Judges George BOrlady and James A Beaver of the su ottenity Party Chairman Edmonds sent the vo lamltPhiladelphia has risen to la opportu prlncihonestymly to poused by you has won an overwhel ming triumph Our majority Approxi mates 73000 KENTUCKY Louisville Ky Nov 9TI mar h uslon party met srdtv u iti announced nu In th nuofTIi IIn w ricerefore tho returns were certified to Elections were held In thrf state for ats In the legislature but returns have us far been received from 33 dls tri cts Including the city of Loulav111etI The democrats elected 29 three and one race Is donbt i INDIANA I iknndianapolisfrom 68 cities in Indiana indicate that the republicans have beer victorious In and the democrats 1nO Tickets nom nted by tho peoplcs and citizens or ganizations carried In ten municipali ties MARYLAND Baltimore Md Nov Marylaud arwasislature and county officers and In Baltimore for a judge of the supreme court jaea proposed constitutional amendment the avowed purpose of whlcli was to disfranchise negro voters but which ous d widespread opposition nraong many democrats and foreign voters In 6Themake certain the defeat of the propoboconstitutional amendment by a majority of 0000 or more- ILLINOIS Chicago Nov BThe republicans made a wddates with tho exception of one man premisedlandthe sanitary district election for congressman was held the 14th district to fill the vacancy used by the death of the late B PmMarsh James W to5BPatee of Monmouth dem About half of e usual vote was cast- MASSACHUSETTS Boston Nov ILieut Gov Curtis uild jr of Boston the republican can date was elected govergqr ot Massa- chusettfl In the state election byn plu gttNEW JERSEY Trenton N J Nay SThe election la New Jersey increased the republican hold pon the state legislature and impossible that a democrat should sucC DrydenThe Virginia Election Richmond Va Nov 13 unofficial returns from the recent statq election show that the republicans elected only 18 members of tho gen eral assembly making a gain of three members over their strength in thoi present assemblyOShot His Sweetheart and Himself Enfleld N H Nov 13Jea1ouue cause his sweetheart Emma LabI air r n BtWebster shot and killed tho young woman and ended his own life No Wheat Going To Mexico El Paso Tex Nov 13 Notwith trandlng the reduction ot duty on wheat from the united States none la g arofequeiitlyZr C in both countries is holding back the O supply in the United States illaconed the Macon county infirmary for F8SD WeckerCfrightfully burned about the face and arms but probably will recover Mutineers To HangLWilmington N C Scott the third of the mutineers from the schooner Harry A Berwlnd was convicted in the federal court antIsion C Cencedmates Adams and Sawyer on JanualyS 6 in this city A Circus Train WreckedC Jfromwrecking of a circus train near that Ines Several employe are reported Wdo i = i L fF t f r Dont Eat JBela Although eels abound in Scotch wa ters and are caught In great quantities they are not considered fit food there No matter how plentiful or how very One and large they may be In any diet of Scotland no native will eat The objection to the eel is said to be based on its sorpcntlnellke ap pearance and the fact that It Is not overfasUdloiis as to what It feeds on Tons of choice eels for tho London market are taken from streams that are not conspicuously free from sewage Mans Selfishness wit manhrOakehappyhappy In his own way As a mother yearns over her child tsawoman in the other ways of llfp A woman is content with a little A man is dissatisfied with much He wants alt or nothing Ono CUrls Work farmerttrainload of butterfllea that gad tbe street flirt and chew gum This sea cultedacres of wheat harrowed 40 acres of haynsasMine Under Ocean theLandworkedlatrally foo thetployment to 516 men and 175 boys and cticaiiy runs the village of St Just The Russian Writer againstIhobon vagadageion dithoughdider who was a painter gave him lessons Arctic Post Office dogtermsn established by the Canadian au theArcticand 2000 miles north ot Eduonton tho capital of the new province o Alberta Icelands Birth Custom an sidedways been the fashion to present to thEIbaby when Its first tooth appeared a f b to be its very own cared for and ne c AverDoes Away with Soap ilotheswashing by electricity wSth oU t soap Is thctddeaoZauIuparjan- eTh stream eitti wttaaclaimed t q6ijl v fMd dIrtbiiSQ Iftfii I by the washyIt 0 leaa11Pmlnutes WeltAmong tlcyylng needs of South Af a aro WI screen doors and wIreI pnptooHither xavebe tbBtJUtUe rj lftj l tOJif 1L i TtgZAa3SoBtalAiaerlcMranta have been mi lotlesto mankind tunnelling under the At lantlc from NfW York to London Improving Times it seems to Waeyou MYouBrooklyn Life inCailfiinIaThe statistics of the California Insane asylums show that ono In everyci5 foreignborn residents ne and one in every 3110 native rn givICingas among those to reecho bo tutnoratya recent celebration Youngest Congressman John Youn Brown was the youngest an ever elected toCongress Ho went tho thirtysixth houso at the age of 23 from Kentucky Record Cod Catch TOO barkentlne stN Castle brought to San Francisco from the Okhotsk sea recently thewc1 catch for cog gst In all MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Nov 10 CATTLBCommon 12 25 3 23 Heavy steers 4 50 475 CVESExtm 8 00 HOGSCh packers r96 00 05tLAMBSExtra 7 40 7 60 FLOURS ring pat i2G 5 50 WHEATNo S red 89 90 of 86WCORNNo2 in No2 white W ATSNo 2 mixed 323haRYEN 2 73 tl HAYOh timothy t12 50 PORKMiIs 16 45 737YBUChoice creamery 2G 00POTATOESPerTOBACCO Now 503 01300 Old 460 1475 LOURWinterChicagosp tuHEIATNo laORNNoarATSNoRyENo2 72 giARDSteamNew York on Win strts 4 00 4 25 six 913ORNNo 4 OATSNo2 mixed 36 tii 37 RYE Western 76 50ARDSteamBaltimore WHEAT No 2 red fl 82 541sATTLESteersNo 1 2 00 2 50 Louisvill- eWHEATNo 2 red 91 92- ORNNO 2 mixe- dATSNo 65 2 mixed 3234g 3- 3ORKueso 212 0 LARD Steam 7 liD Indianapolis HEATNo 2 red 88DORNNo 2 mixed OATS No 2 micJ df 29V J Iit J J M e fl J f i f f or1a r JJ t Resorting to the Higher Methods The pickpocket had been caught inths- act and arrested What ill the meaning of this he ex claimed pale indignation and strug gling violently Gentlemen this is an out Rile Ican explain it nlll You have no right to in my business affairs Be s I can prove an alibi he was too insignificant an lockupChicago Too Much for Her iathernywhetest GerlrodeOb Algernon Only a bar gai Mt repeattiZ4cfullcwa j e j iGet at the Cause SpecaflpPtI riaiyelltclli known here Sh Mya Uytroubltlk4Mlie vomwyJf5 jmdfeet At putrn totthobeatIwouJdgivebegan taking them WeU I must say wonderfulof betterlthHas Chances Do you think Iloliticianiawone than ether men answered Senator Scrghum He has more temptations shinaton Star y manlAdam Tho eyes of Columbus pointed to 1l13ppediu 7SWhen you hear a woman say a man ObserverEvents handaintoS Among the qualities that win in a foot begienatisflctory1Iubatitute NOT A TRACE LEFT Rh feyDrPalo Peepl There is one remedy that will curs rhennraiism in any of Ha forms and so thoronghlr eradicate the disease from the system that the cure ia permanent This remedy is Dr Williams Pink Pills for Palo People and thd proof of the statement is found in the experience of Mr rS Wagar ofNol2 Academy street Watertowii NY He says The pain was in my joints and my sufferings for over two yearswas beyond painInsleeping and I would get up and walk takingDrincut was gradual but bythe time I had taken four boxes I was entirely cured and I have not load the slightest touch rheumatism since that time enthusiasticherPink Pills She says1 have tried the ls myself for stomach trouble anti ve experienced great relief from their nse My daughter Mrs Atwood of Gill street Watertown has used them for female weakness and was much ben wnulUllsPinktremely valuable family medicine Dr Williams Pink Pills have cared the indigestionfluenzago sciatica neuralgia nervousness inal weakness and the special all ents of iris and women whose blood pply becomes weak scanty or irregu r The genuine Dr Williams Pink Pills e guaranteed to bo free from opiates or injurethests or from the Dr Williams Medi ue Co Schenectady NY postpaid receipt of price 60 cents per box boxes for 360 CURUocndsIoo II Swine DiseasetssiHog Solid plrcnlar irltt Threetlos- s0lARL85L0ldl5I5AisyL8edMSiIS DETECTIVES fopuCII I JII Y 0l To sweeten To refresh To cleanse the system Effectuallyand I There is only one Genuine- Syrup I of Figs to get its bene ficial effects MIEN 1 Dispels colds and when bilious or cpnp J 1 slipated j- k For men women children p tActs best on the and liver stomach and bowels 1Always1LRNIAfiGSXRUPQS nflew kAlV firstclassdruggistz JIoft t ti f They Say It Cures Where All Others Fail JUDGE DOLPH CO fMiml tndkatiotu it wont be 3IbIhH Grape Tonic Is the enty 4qS-u rIn 3on and stomach trMZ H U sfw1eurtor tKIfit iViiJiiunt fe Our customers are aduaHy nltetfuue K laythat it cures contlipatieii ide other faiL That K builds up iaid ffergvu and the whole jfeiMNl rmere jood words shoaL this mujTMit r- a remedy h that we t a 4 i8fttynewCUltonto the ffere by those wile NYe teemed j JUDGE 1 DOLPH DRUG CO 515 Olive St St LvokMo TM fwRUhfe ttfMt JlfMlm In mM fak wIM N sstai a t rW asaM I O MtelMrt t warraMa IrMeI tMs rmtf r MMhr I ouiJOlfro 5S 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the exact quantity of powder and seats the bullets properly By using firstclass materials and this uptodate system of loading the reputation of Win chester Cartridges for accuracy reliability and excellence is maintained Ask for them THEY SHOOT WHERE YOU HOLD ItICE 5 CtaAITIGRIPIIE IS GUANTEEDTO cUtIIIP CSLR 00t8IeF WDiemerXJMandaourer8prIHeidM 11600 an Acre lornml1lCOUA is year be the Average Yield of Wheat The Und that this waa grown on cost many of the farmers absolutely noticing whllethoae wllhed to add to the 160 acres the CoTfrnmcnl grant can buy land adjoining at from f6 to an acre rallaYIcloeeSend for pamphlet 2Mb Canada and full particular regarding rate etc to SUPBKINTENDENT Of IHUIOKATION Ottawa Canadaor tothe following authoilitd Canadian GorernmeatAgentai B at warm Law Toledo O MnhLsfl this paper FOR WOMEN with Ills sesahlar tG autlidto aiaebarge Beala infliaiBUUm U4 lUQ1 ftrBa cares tMeenlMM and saul satinS Paula Ii la powder form to ba dissolved ia pole water sod is more ricassiog healing aikd etooomial than act ar AND WOMENS SPECiAL uses lot at druUlata Oarln bat Trial Boa sed 8t k rt iMtroctloM Free xt ft PAZYefl CNPIV 5Q5T5 MASS headaches I and Ii kidneys fjv 1r DRUG 01treeelpofOaaddreu7C1ardnonsanamltUcl lAB 1U1CIE1II1E1UL1IA 2SBuhclstotheAcre- will centJcidal TOILET THMISHSLDfRlllf I 1 I j J F ntf ftcr fofuxGI the eastern cowtTowera 1 f in 3juwthe pioneera and cowtcys TO v nme ta3 Cole into auch eaerel uWthst riJ it b frtrL1TUIOWh d to ManY niistitUta5 YOUnttJWteNkI S3 BREECH SieSta Look for TheOf tmrw W the vsTomronthe uU9Mt tceae aawxseioWaJoa o v RaNTA UAH jAfCWUCDIOSIOluwaIIA THe WOULD OVER w fMwo 1IJJIS posisak OPIpsCt III wsW Jio iI SJS CUTLERS CURE aDay Sire GUNS Carbolateof CATARRH 4Et1 J ctkIiIIIpoi r Ilocus 544r 54 ia J w LO FISHTACKLEtonntt i tazorvu es psbse tPllfUaculInce j IOKbSUCUtUall k k POCK 11 IILLLFF i 1 iLftCDCCotlJOUmptilf E s1le fv IW SMITH S co LIUFFALO N 7 Preotieten h J ANKB ioo 1J irIjii I tJSi fi It jItj 04 f i zh + t c r V 4 f wj = tp tt l L iHG8VILLE OUTLOOK OUTOOK PUBLISHING CO b bWlNGSVIBLK KY r SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE- ri I VI Addresi all comtnOuicatlons to TllEDUTtOOK PtIBLISHlKQ Co or to JonsW UoHASfcu Owingsville Subscribers desiring n change address should always give previous i address when writing- Correspondents I when out of sta 4 tannery should mention fact on a i aepifrate slip of paper zi No comroiseionJs we dIeuhecrlpllonspvs E one year for one dollar PIX months for sixty f centc three months for thirtyfive ticrnta THURSDAY iOV 101005 1 Tns secret ballot ns a preventive I of bribery Is a joke of the first f magnitude THE election being over the New Inve8thatInLZCoInbi in ee of the great insurance craft t t ijie next General Assembly w ATiBbsf5HftS jr pIauee from tlio voters frrespett Ive of party in r r cnimtry towns it will repeat that I ii 1 foo registration Iw T I 4 Ant reading f the alleged I l NewYorkCityjZ I r would have been under the viva 51 voce system of voting t i GRGXTEK NEW YOHK has 4014 I 304 population by the State census J cit June 1 or about twice us many an the Slate of Kentucky The ir American metropolis is pushing i London for the first place t HtAUoT was nearly elected Mayor of NewrYprk on tho face or the reo turns simply because of the anger j s 9ufIthe people nt the grafters of the 6 and not because oh Jl t Heifits ociHlisiic principles t OoNQfiO Cox of Cineinnutihae f i0 from polidcs ie ir 4 cuse o1defent The trouble is t4 thut xwUlemergeoguin unless f ii1f the fusion reform ndwinitratiorI t realty reforms l lN J the Queen Cly 4 1 iJiTis iuiThiingci heso many t veay they entircly forgot the 1 amendment to the constitution per i W tnittinfr3 return to tbe viva voce f method of voting and those win I i tcit1 fofgol to votepn tho question as rule were in favor of the change J J2if tlOIelectlnn tlJuIOIICratiea irovua gum thing for the people of Ohio We hope it will Jts influence on hn I 7r tiontil politics will amount toprno 7f1ica11y nothing Ohio ia wedded tn alo its idols anti one of iJI lOistbe4 nittionsiEepubhieanpiirty d tS2JI Nov 7 1905 was a bad day Wr iirrorru ioD lat in mqnicipiPpol Jfcs Philadelphia tjdeeuifd 6r self CinpiiiBatf did tho eaolo Tam many was run breathless and made thefiI Contest A contest is to be made t4ir Louisville and it 18 sincerely ti r Apped that justice will be the out V i 1 J t Ji tiutue of the decision i kaDGEJAUtsHlRQI8 and his f y t1QIe county iR Breuthitt 7 tf M aty were defeated by a big mu l Jprity by the fusion ticketconipos ed of the better element of Demo ferula iid Republicans It is a rev Dilution thiit will affect nil buslnesp hopedithatr4 1f a Tac list of prominent good eili v 5c zeavot Louisville slugged by ward heelers masquerading aeDemocrnts wcon8IderilblysWIlIltn ontlec AitniIiav If the socalled Demo cTtifee Jrelier iatreTrm I iboir wetbods there is danger of 4 4 JIIwpylng Ike position ofPp 44Rll8t5 JF JUaDdolb r SRIIujan tjrarita the ldwatl n peopletiE5pS- 6 CORRESPONDNCE jS1tt1 iFOrgeHiII w allFtkCh put week aIi S4L- htrhdoIasL t VB4H Bnrbeffof the RIoreheud Ir Cellege spenlSaturdny andSunUay i it bI8reBt bere t wlcj Williams returned to j W after a 4vi4ItIeklspareatIbere i lit 4T11ie5far eri ladis part are c akfafjgoorf b eoftlle pretty r w r rushing their fall work rJ Naylors Branch 1 Nl tI ekt Coyle continue r t abai the uo of her Q fness 3J I 11 1 IIrotht Wi1Lhoi h1ledhis regu I S53 1rePPfDtrnent here bundciy jft 1fi 5eral from here attended the l f ii I Mlt Mri BettiS Atchiions Sot I J V r I II C y j7 TIM IYrhj buyefsought tij r l TSthturkeys6nhe branch tt Cg etweek LI2u a lb t rj tllaodlreorSw r cc4 j f ccpty vIsited th 5I41tts brciiberJokn Thomas H9jt Ja ekydlSJ I i W1Pthr 8 Jdie 5 bbls of J iF rilltJ hub AndvrspnV of Forge i aL i fItbblJnd1llmos j a 7 2 bbe 175- tiilwtlrataId sisters IIIiiioIYo i Mulv dfWyongviea rit tJnpeirBarber Sunday siudat Z ttiiwlichurchit Slate Valley also i 1St ISa Coy ta1ld Bob An 5 f 2 i Jft 1 rrp Lr J I I v 3gr 11 y r a11f i t 1 t L1J J r t dr tIi1fl f 1t 1 1 1 t 1ij5 rr jr I oM t rirI I t f 5 t I Okla Sorghum riiakinf is the Order of the tiny MrsJ M Hedriek is some hot ter df herlilnosa- NValter Vice of Missouri visited hero Saturday night und SuodayCSeveral turkeybuyers were in this vicinity laft week paying IIper I brllr them Rev Wood failed to fill his ap pointmeiit here Sunduy from miine unknown cuusotMina Nell Glover went Friday to i visit home follc nod wns accompn nied liy her friends SliseH Carrie and Mao Vice Mm Win Liken and two children returned home Friday after u two weeks visit with her parents in Nicholas county Flat Creek Mrs Meg Lewis continues very ill Some of the farmers ore through piripping tobacco Miss Miry Steele was the guest of Mifes Ijessie Jones bunduy Eliza Mauley was she Quest of Mrc W M Garner SaturdayS Alfred Steele sold two meat hogs to Thomas Toy at 5u a pound Mrs Austin Bonzguye thoyoong folks a party Wednesday night which was enjoyed bytl MrA Sallio Smoot and daughter Miss Etna spent tjuturluy night and SumlRj with Mrs James lone Dqck Cannon nnd wife of Nich olas county were guests of Claud Cannnnund wire tinturday night Moors Ferry A good many people hero have bud coldsjingsville Monday Court day r Mrs 0 P Sh rout has beau sick for borne days RiOt ubiotowdo the house work Louis linnlyorFor cUIIImoved in Sunday with John Sluout to keep house for him jack Spencer came last week to visit his eUter Mrs Albert Shrout und familya few day Willie Atchisontnnd Mart started Sunday wttbRoe to Tennessee tocutIog forasuw mlApirn John R Cnriutchnel ofLou isville cume up Sunday to see her niece Mrs Leslie Atchieuu rtht i very ov 4 Sam and Bob Estlll of QwingB ville came o otitCJueday to John Otis and went finhingii few day out diU nut catch nay lish y St Upper White Oak IrsAnnTrumbocontesver ck I Born Nov 9to Dallas G u fell nd vife ttson Mrs Steve Munley told lenIY one turkeys for38 Add Ppxyerand mother of Ow ingtville vereon White Oak Sun dayDicdat i V his home on East Fork Richard Grump of consumption Nov 1SiTurkey buyers have beoniium- erous the past week buying at 12o per pound Miss Annie LeaJlnderaon enter tnincd ft nuoiber of her rriends Saturday night f l Misses Clancy Arnold and Lizzie SwetnamspentSiint1riywith iss Lucy Uor6cmun7of Beech Woods Mrs Alex DonaldsonofI1ihltoi- came Friday toVsta r86veatfdayii with her Mrsv fDallas G jgjiMissnight with her cousins Misses Bet tie and Mattto Hedge on Nnylors k Branch and aien1ed church at SlateVuley Sunday I Slate Valley i I M ra Martin Jones t verypoorly Sara ShuUz andiwifejVl8Ueg the faiahIyofJackoy1noarWyoming Saturday r Mrs FF Warren nd Mrs Dick IWanley ofCrIgyisItcdMrs MB lissanedegurSd5S b havlot here at churcii Sund rij nighotutor some arunkenbbys Oh that whi ki Bruce Myersnd alaterjfllrp Berth wigueats ot theifsgrand parents Margin Jones diT4wifo Saturday night and Sunday Mtesam Shultzsold Vl turkeya at 12 cents n b7bugIit 53 40 All there8tot the ttirk- croplett y this rieiglibofnobdat the same price J Henry Hart arid siBlerMissLizzie of Preston visited their grandpar ants Martin Jones and wife Fridayunthl Sundayevening Mrs Callle Jackson accompanied them Elder WJllhoyt has beeb preach ing here since Friday night Iii preached some very interesting ser moan He has ore more appoint ment the second Sunday in Dc coiber Miss Lottie Garner entertained a Sturdallulpnorth u5Bt8 were Miftaes LlszioHurtrund jnllfe Jackson bf fe8tbnand Rosa Stose V4 Ypr rerlbSwent t1efJh Wy oinfng JurnplkeSI rdi1Y 1HIer tajnly is fn good repair I never IP1g1dtohocolUpny pnsfing t ond 8Cewhhtan iniproveinont Sam Conjors djd the work odbecerf tanlydidain ho esllobr Uony one will l about it they canseo that every dollar the county appro printed has been used to the benefit ofthe road f i i i + I 7fift r 4 j A liJ s7 4j i Crooks IMisl Ndnnlo Clark la visiting on KlutCreek Tiiiliro Gilbert of Midland City wits here Monday Several from hero attended Court in Owingsvtllu Monday- S V Johnson nhippcd a cnrload of- attlu to Cincinnati Saturday IHge Wells shipped a curload of mules to Oxforil North Carolina Wednesday of last wuek Tho lOX supper unto Saturday which watt pUton up for the benefit of tlni schoolhouse by MisSfcJiirrlu NIxou wan quito a success tytlvo lollairi was mail thanks tot D Furls wlio sold the boxes J West End AqiiihIaDanbt is vury flick ItniibeiitCiiphier has moved to Salt Lick The mirtriUgf crop soomn to bo light UliM potato crop wag almost n fail uru hem Miss Allio Korlh visited friends hero last week- Win Daniel Is assisting in survey ing the fiwinjj heirs laud hepj Howard Kasli lost a valuable steer ltd was focdiiu fur beef cause of death unknown Sonio one snnt us a lot of lltciittiro front Zion City Tho daru ftult is not worth commenting on UWe hail a nico trip 111 Salt river About 100 ltoulllcans were absent having voted with thu successful party o tfV CraiKS lllrs Lizzie Toul is still nnprov ng tW Craii sold a horic to JelF Highley fur 32 Mrn Josie Wurren and MrsMur r Matilfcy were the guests 01 Mrs Meljssn Snedegnr Saturday Robert Lyons and sitter Miss Ethel of ShiirpBliurg spent Friday night with Dick Mnnley and wife Married Sunday evening at the ore mi lies at tlio Jiomoof the bride Miss Mattie Purvis nndLeeThpmp son Elder ROSS olHciating The bride is a daughter of Thos Pupia- nd in u handsome and industrious young lady The bridegroom is son of Gcorgu Thompson 1hes are fine young pnople and we ex tend cungrtuIatlonsr StooPsI rJ Ruckcr of IrontfW OhJlIsI- I here on business lust weeVi Miss Ethel Hull of 8altLickhut been visiting relatives herein nl I i7 Knuxville Tennessee to vote IIOne thing wove got to ttcketh knocks as the world knocks us John MWriin and wife ofSharps burg were visitors here Sunday WiIhucIigLreccntlyflnetnilcb lIe a for 35 The greater portion ol the turbo y crop was kept fur Christiuat market John Shropshire and wife wi leave this week for Sangainon cniintv 11- 1Everything is vcty quiet in this vicinity after the election scarcely any news to roport Mark Trimble of Howards Mill will niiva into the hunee vacated byJ hn Shropshire James Gregory sold 190 shocks of corn to VVT Phelps ut 210 per bbl judged in the Held We voted in favor of the open ballot Quite unlike the editor of THE OOTLOOK wo didnt advocate its passage thffn forget to vote on tbesubJeet J Riecker of Ironton bought h II Giilaspio two colts for 150 each and ono fancy brood mare for 5200 Mr Rucker bought u car load of calves ranging in prices rromf14 to 18 per head T Election passed olF quietly in Harts preclnct John C Trimble Republican candidate rprMugls rate carried the precinct by one vote Outside of Trimble theDein ocratic candidates carried it by majorities ranging from 20 for C IT Wilson up to 79 forCRPrewitty I Salt Lick Mrs Cabe Ratliff vistited at Mt Sterling this week Mrs Will Whltcomb of Winches ter is visiting hero Sherman Goodpaster of Owiiigs villoj was hero Saturday Mr Denton of Mt Sterling visited at Win Claytons Saturday and Sun day Elder H D Conors begnu u meet ing Monday night at the Christian Church Several from here attended the J T Atchlsbn sale at Wyoming lust Saturday tMlss Minnie Denton of Bourboa county is the guest of her slater Mr Wm Clayton Rev John Howe Presiding Eider for this circuit held services ut the M E Church SundaySAsbury Bashford and family mov ed to Mt Sterlint last week Ware e sorry to lose these good people ornto Win Clayton anti wife neo Mary Elton Demon a daugh ter to John Myers and wifeu daugh ter Roo Jackson left Sunday with Soy arat hands for Tounessoe where he has o splendid position with a Lex ington company as foreman in the l gwopdstiereDilabk F and family left for Eioliwood W Va last week h rethey yill locate Dr Lube Robhins moved Into the made vacant by therremovnl of Dr vvlaaaOiShbuse Otie Steplfehs attended the burial of their relative Mrs RobortYouiiir at Flem incsburg whoso death from con S J c rcilN9v 13 Mr- sYoungwtsformcrlyMlas Anna SUouso anti WItS here Shejeayes one child Piofi Dlnsrriore xvife and two yoifuKliien vith them were here u few days last week and gave soon nterIBtln Jectiirca They aro sent out from Berea College each year on a tour through the mountains in the interest of the school From here thpyweht to Ringog MtU Fleming couut j f J I S5 i Wtc r f lII 1iJ tS Grange City Janice Rawitngs sold n mule lo- S L Havens for S1l5 S L Havens sold two mules to Thomas Robertson of Iklhel fur 100Wra Estill has been quite pour ly with typhoid fever but is sonic hotter W 01 Norton and wife went Sat urday to visit the hitters parents near Winchester Taylor Bradley anti wife of Wy oming visited relatives hero Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Hritlio Outright Mrs A D Rawlings and Miss Anna ROVBO have been on the sick list Wellington Barnes and wife left Sunday fur their home in Missouri after attending the bedside of the latlcre father A L Havens who Is now much improved Olympia JolT Davis moved to Middletown Ohio Friday Miss Elllo Swurts was in Owings yule Saturday rUorn to Thomas Jackson anti wife Nov 5 u line boy Wallcce Jackson end wife went to Tennessee to live last week Several from hero attended meet log at Sour Spring Sunday night Thomas Montjoy moved to the house lately vacated by Jelf Davis Albert Richards and wife of Mt Stoling visited their parents Sun lay Mrs Sophia Penix of Salt Lick twasweek Mrs Miranda Davis of npar Preston was the guest of friends here last week Miss Clara Stolon of near Mt Sterling WitS the guest of friends Were last week Miss Faifnie Barber of Peeled Cjak was ll Ai guest of Mrs Dr Clark thiiPAveektMrs V Hurry and daughter ar 6 visitinyner daughter Mrs Hami ton of urmers Owingsewere a Sere Wodnepdayf Mrs Ben Hart of Covingtonlla- r s come to stay this winter with he mother Mrs Overbey Jesse Darling of Ashland wan the giiest uf his motherinlaw Mre Lou Turner one day last week Miss Nannie Steele of Owings yule and Mrs Pete Goodan of Iieiio i s itI u r Mrs Sid Warft1iSun17T Algin Clark uid Ills Jirl were out visiting his parents Swuiay Look out Mrs Clark you will have n new daughter in law soon Irs Mollie Cainpbfhiof Kprmg field Mo Was the jaical of her brother Tom MontJo 31 irtlfYil d Tuesday She huiijiiot seen him fot 2TYtllt ct lIaOd Ja Born on the JOILinst to Mr and Mrs Dalian Guggell n son J Wund W Aj Sncdegnr at doing sonic work ottkpur pikewhich is badly needed Mrs Luau DrtrncHj of upper Flit Creek visited her daughter Sirs W T bweinaui the tlrstofthe veekif Mrs Rue Mauley wits dangerous ly ill all lust week with neurulgia and nervous trouble but id consid erably better now Wm Kerns wife andson Master Herbert returned the lirst of the week from u visit with relative Ifio the lower part of this and Nich counties j Mesdames Henry Cline andThos Grouohof BurbridgusBranch vie ited the formers mother in law Mrs Pete Cline Vhe last iif th week Mrc C is iomb better The turkey trade was lively hero all last week the local buyers paying 12c About 8000 worth of turkeys went out of tilts atfd ad joining neighborhood the last of the week A large crowd attended the sale Saturday of the personalty of the late JT Atchison Everything sold brought fair prims stuck from 25 to 149 per head i cattle 3to 3o per pound hogs 4c down Cornelius Roberts Old Barney and have returned again to Old Ky front Illinois where ho has tried his luck twice each timo re turning No place like Old Kyn8 Uio old saying1 is take her pone side and down tile other RICUABT CBCMPS DEATa Uh known to many of his friends bert Dick Crump had beenV Buffering with c isuraption for some time and died Sunday near noon at tha home of his mother Mrs Salhi Crump Richart Crump was good honest sober industrious young man and deserved and re ceived great credit for She honorable and manly way he conducted himself When at the age of 1 years he was left to stand nt th head of the family with his widow ed mother and eight small children of which he was the eldest Without u home without any financial means whatever yet amid all this ha worked hard and managed well rind helped to raise the children in a way that they all wear the same name as he for truth and honesty and leaves his mother with a com for able Httlo homo sufficient to live in euso the rest of her days Dick was about 35 years old anc unmarried We extend to bli heartbroken mother from whom we know it is hard to take suchi boy the two sisters and five broth ers our heartfelt sympathy in their t ead bereavement Farewell farewell friend Richart Thy words and ways remain May our loss on earth which Js so sad Be thy eterual gain All The News i Per Year c j V v 4 a y Bethel Many are dono shucking cornJ Hog killing began here Monday A number attended Court day nt Carlisle and Owingsville Mnnduy Mr Combs of Campion is the guest of W H Pienitt this week J E Ramey nnd family IshedI his brothtr Sanford hero Sunday A few are through stripping to hncco and have sold at about and TieD D Evans hoe returned from Martjnsville Ind improved in health Chas Wilson Sr and Jr and families visited Claude Whaley and wife Sunday Robt Crouch and wife rpent Smdny with John Durham and wife near Moorefield Turkeys ripe for sale bring 12 to 12c per pound here with some in timation of rise in price Henry Hazelrigg and wife of Fleming county visited his mother Mrs Susan Hazelrigg several days this week Miss Lyda Mae Bolts before leaving for Frankfort to make a visit there entertained her friends Wednesday night- C M Rfitliir laos purchased the pnrsDnngoand will remain with us Good for Betheland hope the came for Mr HtttlilT lies convalescent now Martin Rarocy and wife are here with friends and relatives prepar atory to making a trip to Texas saul the Southwest to spend the winter Messrs Atkinson of Stanton visited their uncle and aunt James Emmona nnd wife last week Mrs Ktniunns nnd AlexStone accompan ied them home Monday Roll or Honor Primary Dept Bethel school Inez Day Stella Crouch Mary Bello Baud Howard Gilvin Arthur Vanorsdell Vir ujnia Vanarsdell teacher 57Thehomo of Mrs EIIn Vice AVyehurncitsriday 4jnulile to learn amount of loeshut lit is reported that 300 in currency vas burned- A Jchild of SamRogers was hurled at Longview Cem tery last Sundux morning Weep not dear friend for our Savior hats said Suffer little children to come unto me an forbii them not for of such is the Ivinglurii of Heaven Miss Nina Hazelriggaftera vi tiofrelative here left for her home a FraukjortThurpdHy accompanied by Alibs i a Mny jjottp who will spend some tIwfth9eejprlIciia1lt s at the capituilanti at Louisville Stepstone W J Iivson left Monday fur Cincinnati 1 S P Stede and wilt spent Sun duy with James Conley and faoiily Miss May Stout of Mt Sterling spent Sunday with Miss Lena rather FrankMcNnhbunil wifeofOil ecn fmilyeJohn WMuxt IcftSaturday fort Nicholas county to visit relatives and friends Mra E P Thompson spout Sunday with her aunt Mrs Ann B Wyatt on Slate IiWmQllicksllllnf Morgan county bought and moved to the L1eur Duff farm last week- rMissLizzie Blevins visited Ie aunt Mrs John Donohew in Mt Sterling the past week Luther G Bittinger who was n to homo for ten days returned to lii work at Lexington Monday The hind law runs outWednesday und Ctyde Brown says he will then Oste which kind of stuff lain his new gunSThomas Duff has moved in with his motbcrinlaw and will make his homu on the Johnson farm o SlateMisses Serelda and Rosa Conley spent from Saturday till Monday with their uncle W B Henry anti family eMIsses Eva and Rachel Karrlck Anna Thompson and Mary P Orr michael spent Friday with Mrs Frank Brown L O Payne was with his bee girl Sunday and everybody knew it for he seemed to be in Heaven so happy was he 1Wmwas here Visiting Joe Ray and fatally seolpg his old fntnds He wits looking well Wm Allington and Cum 1ofhomson spent Sunday with his Brothers inlaw W A and George ooner and family SpencerrIweeks visit to her daughter Mrs Susan Jones and family jMrs Rich Gurrett Jr children s Bertha and Lottie Bittinger SundnyeForge farm W T Ragnn who had been vis lung lila son Chins at River fot some weeks returned here in time to vote last Tuesday He reports films doing well Arthur Blevins son of GeorgeW BIcvins and Miss Ollie FoggofMt Sterling were married Wtdnelldu at Louisville We extend best wishes to tIle beginners sGeorge Steelq and wife of Flat Creek spent ThuVsdny with John Karrick and wife Mrs Steele went to a Lexington hospital for treat mont hire beingin bad health TheIlast week lie andthis week they are bringing 12cp Thoro seems to be more in fowls than anything else that J farmer can raise especial at these figures t- iilI L i k tv irf i I Io 2iIj Anou MutssHy J F Cook Esq Union Stock YurdHLexington- y1 in Ky Farmer and Breeder The accompanying picture shown a cur hindI Kentucky mart mule dulls purchased at an average priie- of 90 when they were from ten days to two weeks old and delivered October 15 1903 these iolts were the pick of nine counties The buyer of these mules buys fromSOU to 1200 mule colts every season and in buying them selects them with large feet and bone with as much weight as possible With large leads and long ours We find the best colts we buy are out of mares with from onefourth to one half draft blood in them which draft blood gives them the bono and weight while the Ken tucky blood gives them the style and finish We think a colt which stands three feet live inches to three feet six inches high propery oared for when weaned nt 53 to G5 inches when fully developed wiU measure 153 to IGVi bands high 1nnd that makes themgqodSchough for any market Fur breeding mules wp prefer o jack with large foot and heavy hone with weight in proportion Hi to 15 hands high as tile are more uniform that the larger jacks The smaller jacks colts are more compact nod better feeders while as a rule the larger jacks coke art too leggy and have not enough weight As to teething anti taking care of mule coltfwe feed them green corn cut in a cutting box until after frost with old corn usually four or five ears n daygnod clover hay and sliest oats We find that bran and chopped feed about twice a week are very good as such ration keeps the bowels in good condition We think bedding is very essential either straw or corn fodder We have found corn fodder a very good bedding us it is courser than straw and the shed mil keep drier with fodder bedding Once a week we sprinkle airelackedlime not too heavily UI1 the bedding to prevent the mules having MOru feet We keep plenty of fresh water in their trough and plenty of pultsul phnr and wood ashes in separate troughs in the shed The loath of mule colts shown in the accompany ing illustration sold the first af September I Olfur 127 50 us the buer refused 130 the day he IIreleived them The majority of our IIlPllllmule colts arc bo unlit up hr Pennllylvllniu weuningLibyKcntllckydThe email colts AiJLiu fi Ponnsjl vunia arc driven through the collti narairiT peddled out to the farmers by the pair They find u very profitable to growThem until three or four years old and sell to the miners The mule is always readj for the market and flia ready snle ut tiny age Breeder usually take their best mares to horje and breed the earn moo ones to the jacks You mat take a stallion that cost 1000 2000 and breed to mares of the iiiine quality joii would breed to u 500 or 1000 jack the mujes jil1 bring a thirU snore at weaning tim and often double They can bi kept at loss expense and always will be the greater money maker The world day by day and year by yenria becoming more acquainted with lie American mule bfOtu e II isthe best on the globe All nation IurcluueurIn a general way in n very ltcrg- nmajority of the States of the the mule is valued higher than the horse In Iowa tta greatest hors State in the Union with lien man y 8higb priced imported horses the horse is valued at 5441 per heat while the muewiih its uvemgehaf a valuation of 7007 which iS 1550 higher than the horse in that State i In lllinoi another great hors e State the horse is valued at onlj 5350 while the mule makes then average of 6589 being10 33 in advance of the horse In Kunsus the horse is valued at 4806 the mule at 6422 In Nebraska the horse is placed at 504l the mule at 6379 Is it notastounding Taking the whole Union and in cluding the great Axtell ut fOO 000 Sunol Boralmn Lord Deby Alix Prince Alert and tIle fast and high priced ones riintiniII ItIn price from 5000 yet the average of the nul is 11 more than that of the horse This establishes the fact that the snide as a class in II more vnltt aide animal than the hori e and a s the progresnve American farmer sees thiie he will adopt the mule a s the farm animal and motive power From repeated experiments hut t have come under my observation the past twenty five years T have found that three mules 15 hand high that were constantly worked consumed about as much forage at two ordinary sized horses worked in the same way and while the mules were fat the horses were only in good workingorder Although a mule will live and work on a very low fare he also responds as quick Iy as any animal to good feed and kind treatment True it is charged that the mule bUIran in on the farm line failed to sustain thai charge save in few instances ant In them these propensities were brought about by bad handling They are truer pullers than the horse and move more quickly under the load Their hearing und vision are better than the horse The writer has used them in alt the dif ferent branches of farming from the plow to the carriage and bug gyand thinks they are less liable to become frightened and start suddenly i and if they do start they isually stop before damage is done chile the horse seldom stops until otnplptely freed- Areltableyman tells me he once saw a runaway ofsix teams inia 1 J ti r 4 t 1 rLtSc K I p i PQP S ii Virginia Screened iump and Pluto Can- neICOA L WRITE OR TELEPIONE Y Y ROSE RUNiRONCra r OL lPIAKYd t cornfield five of them being mules and the sixth n horse Tho mulca ran and capered until they came to the first oaten of green gratis and there stopped to regale therngiilvep while the horse rnn on greatly tightened until he stuck the plow in his buck In less than ten minutes the five mule plovn were go ling without n bolt broken while the plow utter the horse was n wreck rind the horio was ruined for life The mule is more steady while at work thin the horse and is not PO liable to brcome exhaust ed nnd often become tn well in structedas to drive with one line A PROIIIBITION TOWH January Jones the Nevada miner hiss only been in America a few years anil our prohibition laws still echtehis wonder 1 huavevishtecla good nmny of you prohibition states he siid the other day in Philadelphia and it seems to me that people drink there jiint the same ns in Londjiii or Purisor in Nevada I dont l Hfve prohibition laws cllllbtell- fur ld Did yr u over hear flhc conjurer who giivea perfohnance in n prohibition townV In the cur c sif his enterrninment the man need ed a pint fliik of whisky A pit flask of whisky please he said guinJ up and donn the itise Eittu inquiring lunkn to Irl and rlglit Who will lend me a pint flupk of whisky The audience wan n large issue but there was no reply What in thus askcil thp eon juror Surely in u prohibition UivtI I dnnty need to nek twice fi a pint fitsk of whisky i 1uhignitledaid Stranupr woiilil a quart ilisk tkas well Sure said llie conjurer t Thereupon as tine mrfn the audience ruse II quurt kuf- t whiskycxtenued in each and every right IJIndJtRnHB City mile pendent rUT LuutviLLn AFFAIR There Wits one rltctlon Tuesday where biiasism was nut overthrown Liiu isrillo d1stibh and the machine voted hitimidittd rluhbed antI ciiunted iti WilY to Iuriuilfvit- e tory In many precincts nuelrc tion WitS held but these were un godly anti machine communities i tint have no rights busies are bound to relCpectII1I many in stance the elciflibn parHphernnlia wits stolen and thus adverse out JoritTes were avoided Election ollicialp gut drunk in order to avoid opening the polls v The police performed prodigies breaking the heads of decent und Drominent citizens and protecting repeaters in their intrepid oh Naughts on the purity of the ballot Not since Bloody Monday of the heroic age 1855 has Louis yule passed through such n car nival of outrage arid roeiiyUB that she experienced TnetilluyifI the hullthat is told of It leu fear ul price the euccess fill candidates paid lor their vie rtory The citizens right to vote was denied him his right to peace fully protrst against outrage Wltli- e violated he was arrt sted for that clubbed carried to jail and regis cored as u tualefartor It was the old New York plan of Rynders day the Baltimore Plug Ugly plan of KnowNothing times the Philadelphia plan just discarded in that respectable old tqwn stud discarded everywhere else except at Louisville Ky But it was a victory toll the same The machine got the ma jority and nt Louisville the ma chine is the Democratic party It matters nothing that Jhe machine is a decided minority in that corn munity It hind the election ma chinery in itiihnndi nnd it uianip ulated the vote socly with a view to its material advantage The opposition intendr to linve n contest but election contests in those parts haye never resulted in much reform The State hada contested election some years ago1 ofIvery majority the machine got io Louis yule can be reversed in the courts hut it might be Well enough to von tilate the methods which it was achievedI Inlgracesome day If it does it will have a tough job Unless there is a changegruce will be glad to move on at the order of the Louisville police and grace Will bo fortunate if it is nut seized clubbed marched to the guardhouse and registered for disorderly conduct in disturb lag the graft of the machine Waehingtoh Post 1 FOR SALEvd5 steers weighting 1360 to I40OTHis md 4 steers n rllr000 Ib All gootiIfoek undIr good condition izl A T DATIS rtllUboro Ky INTIOver OsahlookJfflc il1e BaiikhuigCOmpanyeRut aj OWiNSVILLEXT t t1d= THGS J JONEtLivery Peed SalelStablo OWINGSVILLE KY Headquarters for horse and thilfrdealew Talepne connection with Preston Station AUCTIQNEE If you want the services of nntUonoer call OR tnt Terms ye utile r GEORGE H iJDc1 Odessa Ky HF1 HiIIenmyer Sons rl BLUK GRA- SSNutseries 4 LEXINGTON Ky Offrr fur fall f 1805 n fuiHetock 6t risit rind nrriiinienuil trees grusje VillPPHSpr rilgll shlMll frit a7hjc7lVemimutIut hell dlreit t eutthgut dlii itpplirk t trJon 1ILINT1NLltensemberahuui Iiis Ouranuum is prepared letter heudsi n U heads hill ih 4tnteluontP envelupes riieijiti ihvtlntidns and dlttif buurs stnliuiaery nn toik intajififni Hlyleitt the a1 rciiswnn lilc jirrr s to la jm re ou work wit IT that turneil nit Jjy Hry jnli iifllre nnd you will thud rtit5 your rlvaiitngeto have us eli yt rii SWepamphlets anti everything usually turned out bya country job nhlc We have on hand forenle in nn5 juaniity Want deeds mortgage liricHHef tiid other blanks t i L i 4Tim ikc lila farm of 125 mres of luinl IIji site In Bath county on East Flat Creek udjquning the f MTJs F PHendrixGeoHendri and W T Darnell anti on thtrweT ehilcof theOwicgshsheithrrbuiifr turnpike road There are fiajin gruel hnlnnce1 good tilUW lands Hits a good com fort jib A well ing house a QO MobnccojW stock barn with other The sale will be made1 tnrJ half cash balance in one nnditl years time Possession oaa given nt arty time and title iti good Will sell cheap Tall ttifE considered StTHOST HENDR1X Owingsviilo Ky Oct 23 l06W You Are Mn a Good Thing If You Hare Not Tried Pancupfc J No household remedy for atf the 5tft and Kg aches antI pains Bruises Blisters tender aching Pee l Troubles etc can even compare ifParacampu This remarkable rew possesses therare quality of sootbiogi allaying pain instantly hRheumatic Swellings New Stiff Joints and are hot relieved the BSC of Baracain i epecdUy cured One trial wilt convince you of the facts If doubt our statementfir your druggist the mauyoa knowM tell you that if IaracampS to do what we claim for it yo riwill be refunded Vehaeconfidence ln cause wakuow it villdo Are say To prove ottr f ftk remedy to you TO authorize v1to sell each b tIe en 9 Kuarenteeto do what is clythe circular aroundcai f hesitate expej i remedies when can CU thin proposition i Paracatnphisconcc lc ltol S most popular cud tdjable because it ia cleaa k1 quick in its action for book of testiaroa member irendorawL onimenledbyphysiciiimstra 4ISs andath1ets throag enure world Sold only lai6cC6c and 8109 I The Pirtacajanh CosapBByj L yLi1A JOHN T KIMBROUGri t q r tS