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idJOaflLninh1ton 1 i tIr iti tenar utrnII rd4fedder V3I4 MC6 fc ftul eo andyway fann v I tllplttMeUuTlie was 47500 tartly Jnurl SSpIOAL13LA711GTO + E ALt i Per SO stays Ni7 and 8 monkey- tf3 Eat f350 ps1Q11A2a Utai3tO li and 450 sheet jlwoodeatera UiOu box WKHl h tere 275 up KsuteOak 04e eHu Blast Jewel Hot Bast tla4afttItarsIqprHprtIen1 bar I i arec itZLiEATkiao i c 4l ptlltMr Itiis rumored b f 4 c that JeKrsoa L Howell of Saltf 5LT I4iik will Wateat the election of DfsiyJL y Miijf f tMbrehsad as 4pfeitatiVe befare the General A4 IthbtyaId in east the Paynter fcr deny fel a square ideal the we kepii1Iean strength jr lthe SLgI1atHrewIiLbetkrowntj3Iack brt4HUB Swator 1hjLwjIi H wt hitting tjeep wIa wstr 0 t41 r I tor2 1 1i Ft 1 iI fi 104 t J J1 0 Ji fio1 r 1 I hOr llr r J PERSONAL Miss Mary Gudtrell wept to llfx ington Jitonciay Oscar Paliiier wns In Lexington Friday nud Saturday JHiot Davis arrived last week Jo Join Mrs Davis at D ft Young Mrs Mutt Mnuryof DaytonTenn hlly turned home after a visit tots HC Uudgeil Jesse Hampton niul wire have re mute to their handsome now resi laM 6Tiuar Preston Mrs Iou Templemau of Wvoin tug came isiiturdny to spend sons e days with relatives Miss Gertrude May of Morehcad come lust week MI visit Miss May Hendrix and other friends Mrs Iilllinti Boswell of Chin county came last week to yisit ti- etdorJIrs Jesse Hampton MUses Mary Gndgell and Lillian Duugherty were in Lexington with friends Thursday and Friday iffrs Jlobt Campbell has returned homo to Lancaster after n visit to her husband Elder RobU Campbell at the Owings House Mre John Craig of Salt Licknftor a Visit of three weoks with A IC Coyles family on Prickly Aph re turned homo Tuesday II S Cross returned Sunday from Johnson City Tenn He reports his nephew Ves Cross as in us good health as usual but will go to Texas soon Mrs W H Strossmnn Jr and little son John Allen and Miss MurIBoyd Marshall of Mt Sterling were guests of Mrs James M Ross Fri day and Saturday Judge John A Ramsey went toI Shelby ville Sunday on business con noctod with the Old Masons Hume On his return lie will stopoif nt Winchester to visit relatives Newt Kincuid of Joues Brunch one day last week broke the wiug of an engle and secured it It mean ured seven feet from tip to tip of wings SPECIAL QOEENSUAUE SAL5TO make room for holiday line ut your price A chance for bargains It costs you nothing to look E L fc A T BTRON HetjU OVKB David Shanks and Alllf Craig were beforeJudge Job tiA Dauglierty lust Thursday on the charge of assaulting John CoIliiisJr They Were belt n er tuClrcuitCourt Shanks under S200 null Craig fl50 bond Shanks yj the bpna uudwuHI released from custody willi went bark to jail from which he es chpeil Sunday ivnniug BAKK SUCPICNDS Tlu Leonta NHtinnnt Bnhk if Morehend siif pendid Saturday It WaS cnpit T ztl tU5000Indhucl 40000 in UrpoMts W w rtcrbafkisPres leitind L Ij wmillIlMlIhI1 tiutr1d w t ul i eitehonknHtliuiiiLiinr ThCjrefUBul of thtMt iStfrling Itnwtarof u loan of 10000 18 to Ijayp l Siidednotlwr bank IhellireheaUDepngt Bank DONT 7His A WOEU F Tnis DKTEttiiiNEO to regain my OID CLBtoUKKs and as rnanyNCw ONES as possible Rndln order to do so I S renlize t1ttl must SELL CIIKAPKK AND BTvTTER COOD8 THAN OTIIEtt tO induce my friends to trade with a me When you want anything in JOY line GIVJHE A CALL sand I will POSITIVELY 8AVE YOU I1OKRT ON EV b EuiTinsa YOU BUY DOHT FAIL TO CALL AT TUB BLUE FRONT in IhtiPocket and I will be to you whether you buy or lIutJYour friend JAMES GILLON WtfATTHK GUNNERS DIDrhe lnslln for shooting gawp opene Wednfsdllyuf last week and the t of fireltrmstince indicates that the few partridges slid rabbits in the neighborhood of this town are having a bad time of It How ever no large bogs have resulted eportsmeu who Wont out In- ections of the county where par ridgewere Jnore plentiful made fairsized bags I Tneparty composed of RevJM e Fuquarf n Rev C LIBohorfatidThrabhley Markland of his town und D W Doggett ufc near Bethelhunted the most of four days last week in the neighborhood f Mr Doggetts home1 where wade headquarters and had goodI 8iiccesB kiling abon 70 birds thoughi they hadtTnly one dogThey foundaboUt ten 4ock8 of birds Rabtiu were beneath their notice DEATDBEn oes1oNML Ster ag KyZjnv1S LexingtonHer altl George Lun kin of tlals9itYldew dtyiago has revealed a crime commit ted over- wenIyIive years ao Before his ath Lankln8tated tOD friend thVit his real name was PatnckMc M array and thut hewaslinDuvel t V Michigan His father was a BrhoD manufacturer of Detroit Rod lie lived there during his youth Lankin and another young man courUs a young woman in jpetrplt and according toLankine glriJeartntrmet him on the shot him to death He then went to his ecnpedlntoJJalad The autboritjs gpt close on hit tosthe pame of Lankin He stayed there until about t hirteen years ago when he iocatedjn this city and engaged In the shoe business Tin Michigan authorities have Ion since lost trail of McMurray and belived bet in peace no one knowing thshi8tory of hIsjj1pynti t tJF freei1 dir ilfl Li J 4 Fz eI 0 VJOHN B McALISTERS DEATH The community was greatly shock ed Wednesday morning by new of the death of Jphn B McAIistor wLith fTCiirred shortly after mid mgbt at St u sephs Hospital n Lexington IJa wont there last Saturday for treatment but his condition was not regarded as a t all serious Itnd his death was there toro a great shock to his family and frienduf Deceased waB a on of Mn J L McAIistor of this citywas 88 years old and unmarried For thc past three years he lied been Gen eral Delivery clerk in the Pop to f lire He poeeeeeed happy genial disposition was generous to a fault and numbered his friends by the score His death is a source of universatrsgretHo and loyal friend of the writer and wo tender to his bereaved family our sincere and heart felt sympathy Mr McAlietcr is survived by hit parents two brothers and two si- stersC GMcAhistcroiLexingtOnt Arthur Mrs C W GoodpaBter of Owings yule and Mrs Kite Martin of Ashlandsservices were at family residence Friday morning bILwhich the remains were taken tooUwingeville for interment burial service will be conducted by Ml Sterling Lodge B P 0 Eketof which lie was an honored mew berMt Sterling GazettesThe impressive buns service of the Benevolent and Protective Cr der of Elks WAS rend at the interV went in the McAlister los in the Owingaville Cemetery about 1230s oclock Friday A largo of people from a distance attendedp the burial among tileD all m family ot the deceased a delegac DJohngrandpon of John W Barnes dotceased of this town He was horn 11livedcnts for several years He had ninny relatives in this town and wnsi a favorite with them as well t- lIIelllinl iuany i personal friends among lila neqLzaihut siuiptall IIIII Jtntu sincerclv mourn his death A couipnny is trying lo secure the right of wuj to build an ele tric to ruail from Mt Sterling to Paris IIIngLckCI H h winch hI1ruvlnlL iiteui EUtfcebi 1 E1i crinvertfd und thftnipftinB contitiin 1e8 with much interest go from here to Nicholas county t hiingsChrUtmnn 12L SM4iiRUb LIKES STEPiiENS Eider B li Ross ut his home lust lhitrsdaiyfi nfternmin united In OHIo Likes nf Oklllltnd Mis Ella k thtephetiwere attended by Albert Vice and Mills Lena Snodegar The bride is Ir ftygirlth dugiller of Alvin Stpphens The bridegroom hndlpon of Wj son Likeeanil is said toe a tike younsr in in GAVE LEG BOND Sunday even si ng about B oclock Jailer Somel onen went in tbejiitl to give the prisoners their supper Alhe Craig who wits held ovurlln thecharge of nessnalting John Collins Jr to o await the action of the grand jiry giuwnagainst Jailer Jones end throw him SJWhilehis feet Craig pulled his freight at cxprfss speed up Slate Avenue to Main Street and thence to pnrtst unknown Jailer Jones holphima along with three shots Co lochioeunt vlie St Louis fair of the Booer AVaher Craig was still n the list of wounded or miesindat the latest rollcall ATEiKSONTAnR Mr Thomas ughes Atkinson and Miss Anna Gusrth Tarryere united in riihrriuge at 3 oclock pm Wednesday Nov 15ut the residence of the brjdes parents Mr and Mrs VVmTaT In BaurbouuoiinIybetwcenParis and Mihhersbu g Elder CareyEiMorgdn performed ths ceremony Only the remtUes of the bridegroom and bride were present The bridal couple went on a trip to Washing ton New York and other points In the East They will reside on Mr Atkinsons fine farm onFlat Creek y this county The young couple are very pop ular so some of their friends Inter in cepted their baggage in Lexington in and pasted all over it posters bear log the legend We are just mar tied PIeasevbe good to liSIIThe bride ia handsome yQlng lodydistinguuhed by many chip is tng qualities the h a raombor of onoof the prominent and w althy b oQuntyThobridpia ale Atkinson of this county and Is a grandson of the late tUames B Hughes Heia thrifty and pro gressive young faroier and bids tair to make a highly successful one In characterland stamiha ho t stands among the saost prbmising c young win in the county He has a host of friends all pfwhomre i joiqe at his aiatrimoniaHisppineiB TIIET OOTLOOK 4pr U4ittc ngratjj7 JateyjJrf and FIrs Atkinson ri 4I IiLrkzfl 1 iJL11 MCDOWELLSTOOP The rocefpt of the foHltwin acknowledged ilr Dud Mrs Walter E Stoops announce the marriage of their daughter Amanda Belle to Mr Sid nPJ Boyd McDowell on Wednesday noon November fifteenth Nineteen hundred and five Ridge Wood News Ferry Virginia Tho parents of tho bride former ly lived in the Stoops neighbor hood Montgomery county Ky They went from there to Florida n few years ago and about two yours ago removed to their present home in Virginia They are wout wor thy good people prnmineutly con nected and with ninny friends at their old home The bride is a youngladynail loyn her for her winsome traits THE OUTLOOK extends its hearty felicitations to Mr and Mrs Mc Dowell OBITCARY Gone to hisdcavenly hime On Nov 4 1905 Jesus lift the curtain and stepped upon he stage hOd lifted in his nrms the sweet little child of Robert and Lucy Shields Thoglenru of his snowy robes I- eeliut his voice is lost in the dash ing tide He crossed in the twilight gray and cold and the pale mist ides him from mortul view We aw not tilt angels who met hIm ver the river Your dear child stands waiting to welcome you there We shall one stand 1l10und Ivland Wo shall know the loved one who has Just gone and assed on beforennd sweet wi13 this eeting be when the angel of death swe to thee Sweet little- uividArnohd here on earth no more e ran see for he huts gone where he flowers bloom forever and the Bheeaven A LkvtsoFuiNDO- nITUAHYSVIIat badness to pen lines Died Nov 1ntthlhome of her parents II CEIIItigton nti wile near Bangor Mrs Flora JohnHon wife of Aqua JuhiiFon w Flora was n goon girl to know her wa to hive her She was kind everybody Formerly she was one of the teachers fit the Mt Hope alt Simony hlllll Her giiod work at iilaie will long be r un mbfred the foolllill peuiiiof tlherIvlgtuSor d IIvTtdCKJhhHIJ C iUl Hl H fra YIhe community well an thug homeof her liufhnnd and parent that can never be filled rtor forgotten During her 8irkne8 the eat plivticlnn taN summoned tup bedside but alt in lilt availShe ore everything vlih patience until ot the deathangel lame ninl took om the loud embrace of husband uthtr and mother tiija girl who new nil sin Tisl llrdlis bitter ough sweet to know that Flora us gone on to join the whiterobed angel band across the Jordan of 1 death Some little tune before she ied the expressed hefifnith inJesus Ind was baptized by Elder Comb Christian cliurclif The pro of the dreaded monster con was r par tontshearts until the end cimt Oh how sad Nonne can ever fill Floras lire place in that once beautiful lionr ctnnear her fathers residence in ItIt hurovescverEllington The writer extends his- ympathy o to the family in their sail- ereivowent W L DAT COMTKACTS RECEIVED Most of e tobacco growers have received of lank contract of the Kentucky andOhloBurley Tobacco Growers with the following letter ulit g them to sign but few have m dune so TO TilE UURtET TOBACCO OttOWEnB The time hiss comB for you to ecide two things first the sale of your crop of tobacco i second the comnlcte organization of the Bur ley Company In signing Contract Ayoualo these two things you put your organization on a solidb basis strong enough to protect you ot onhythitsear but for years to come i to get a much better price for your tobacco than you t can get from any one else or in tiny other way Cojitrnct A is how ready the prices are fair and liberal If you ever intend to stand up for your rights ns a Burley grower now is our time there is no time for delay The proposition that you take on pay for your crop 15 per cent cash and 25 per cent in the Pre erred Stock pf this Company a dividend of 8 per cent being guaj out of the first earnings of the Company before anything else paid out of the profits o If you do your dnty and stand j this Company this 25 per cent of stock that you take will be very valuable What you should do at once is to read Contract A over carefully anything you do not understand go at once to your county seat and ask the chairman of the Burley Growers Company glearlycontract remember you are stande ng in with the Trust to defeat your own interest and if you are S determined to do that no power on atthat44veyou but if you t Mens and Boys S DVERtDATSnd aRA2ETTEi Ladies LoAg Coats Cravenettes Best materials lowest prices Will you give us a look Then you are sure to buy from us UNDERWEAR OF ALL KINDS RED LION SHOES Weight tJhrgn and Regular Top custommade solid as ir ii- AROAINSWe are closing out boots in large sizes Also have some bargains in Hats sa SLESSER auut to reallyi j yourself get a clear understautng of this con tract and sign it 1ohuunehther time nor niomy te employ 500 men over tile Burley district to labor with you fur ten or fifteen days egging you to do 8iJiething for forynuisflf Here is he vpppr IUnlln you dirioigniuup it there illnnllLv to compel y u but o1 11Itre Itsipuny duel nut enmpy its partt the contract the date named you are ut perfect liberty to sell to whom you please nnd you are tint damaged one cent but if you do Ot sign the responsibility of fuilC ure reals with you Sign unit return by November 5th 1005 Yours truly EsTucxrtuOaIo BUULEIC TOBACCO GRoWERS Co LoCIBVttLE TOBACCO MARKET jijaturdtiy Evening Nov 111NeT bacco continues to come to c market in good volume and sales large offerings of 1905 Burley amounting to 2769 hogsheads as mpured with 12 hogsheads to is time in 1901 Thus far 415 igsheads of new dark have been ud whereas at this timo last year nly 23 bogsheads of new crop had been offered The outlook favors good receipts The feature of the week was the s leor about 1200 hogsheads Green River tobacco tiythe Pickett House to the AmericanTo bac oCo What the average price was is not known as this infor ation la not given out It is pos sibly true however that a rough estimate of 100000 would cover the purchase About 000 hogs heads of Green Rivers have been sampled and are awaiting sale The buyers will probably take these and more besides in the next ten days The quality of the new Burley offered this week was only fuir There was a scarcity of color and condition hardly compared with hat shown last week Prices were nevertheless somewhat higher Red Burleys showed advances of from ije and the prices of col ory leaf were up Jc The old Burley off red was of good quality and fair condition and the market was decidedly stronger notably so for the few colory grades sale Fillers and smokers ad vanced ic The new dark offered this week showed good condition and fair quality The market for trash and lugs was firm and medium and good lugs showed an advance f r Manufacturing grades of leaf were easier but rehandling styles were firm There was no special change in the market for old dark aside from the fact that export lugs were up Jo Green IRVyer tobaccos were stronger Auction sales of leaf tobacco for the week were1425 hogsheads and private sales 2083 of which the reat r portion was Green river to aoo The sales of Burley amount d to 1110 Iiogsceads 670 new crop and 440 of the crop ol 1901 alesof dark were 2348 hogsheads 105 of new dark 1246 old crops and 037 of the crop ot 1901 To I Main St OwingsvilleKentucky tal Paint since January 1 amount to 125472 bogsheads 78252 But hey and 47220 dark This Coat pores with a total of 09130 sold for the same period last year 40269 Burley and 58861 dark Rejections for the week were 16 hogei2adsof udeJt1Q t dark a total of 162 Since Junu ary L the rejections have amount ed to 12433 hoxohead of Burley and 6200 Of dark ut total of 17 693 Receipts of this wekwere hogsheads and since January 1 they have amounted to 91794 hogsheads The sales of 1905 to bacco up to colo have amounted to 3184 hogsheads MS compured with 155 hogsheads last year CourierJournal UP TO TilE GnowznsLexingto- nLeaderTho Ohio and Kentucky Burley Toba coGrowera Company which is fighting the Trust for the control of the white burley crop has issued from its main office in Cincinnati and branch office iu this ityafinah appeal to the growers in which it is stated that if enough contracts are not signed up by November 25 to guarantee the control of the crop the fight will be given ip and the growers who have to bacco stock in the enterprise will be released from further obliga tionsA ten days option on the out standing tobacco crops is asked for and the promoters the move con fidently hope that the growers will rally to the call and assure the success of this company which means so much to the tobacco growers in the forty counties comprising the white burley district Whether the movement be a success or a failure the directors of the company will announce the result on November 25 The branch olflce of the in the McClelland buiidingthis city which is in charge of Messrs Archibald Hamilton and Thomne Prather was a busy place Wednesday morningwben a Leader reporter cnlled Copies of the con tract which the growers are asked to sign together with the appeal were being mailed to various coun ty chairmen in the districtand plans arranged for a complete can vass of the situation within the next ten days The tone of the tobacco market during the past few weeks has been anything but encouraging and has tended to drive many growers to the new movement as their only salvation from the ruinous prices prevailing and which it is predicted will be stil more demoralized if the Trust wins the right As an eVld ncaotbis paD cky feeling the Western TobaccoGrow ers Journal of Cincinnati whichr is the acknowledged tobacco and the official organ of the rllreboueemenqiJotedIgeneral average price on tobacco November 13 at 5 85 per hundred The week before the average price in theCin cinnati market was 635 which shows a drop of 77 cents Repots this week from the Louisville mar ket give no general average which is regarded as an unfavorable indi cation Last week tin Louisville market price was under that of Cincinnati quotedabove At the Burley Loose Warehouse Company fa this city according tQ i iiiG =3 t 4 5Af BIAS GIRTH Banket Cint Slip Wont Coaj OU R iiz I BuggyHorse Blanketsr o 11 I have the largest stock of Robes cud How Blankets ever brought tctrttfliTlotvn f rntii them from the cheapest to the b vf I bought them direct from the 5A mills and am l tlpn to sell them diaper than eve rltlPknown that the 6A BlusgrrfhHoftlfJ Blanket Is the best blanket ro Come audaee trieand Tem rr haying Jngthe best SaddlesrHarness Boggy Robes cIiHorse Blankets etc Special attention to maul orders i yqEIIGENEtMINIHAN 3 Qwingsvitle Ky i t STORE1We f New York and so low you can t resist buyv ing Ear MutTs pair 8c Mens Felt Boots pair 225 175 Ladies Arctic pair 8c 10 gtil Lard Cans SOc Outing Cloth yard 8 5o Chock Cotton yard 750 Best Bed Ticking yard 15 Mens Heavy Shirts 50 45c Mens Underwear suit 75c Ladles Fascinators 45 25e Calf W carter 29c Mirrors 25J5c 25 New Club Shell 40o Blacking CASH PA FOK EGGS E WHEFLINv T J JONES JAGENT FOR VIRGINIA BLACK BAND SCREENEDt t COAL lJ IAworders promptly attendedt9 Prices low as the cc- F l 4 L t bwestTclePbone7otjst Notice hereby given all taxes due the city ofOwingsville not paid bySaturday Nov 25 the property which such tax not paid shall be and sold the libDec 1905 CLYDE BYRON Tax Collector REVIEW OF REVIEWS COSHOPOLITAN and SUCCESS See James M Ross the statement of Mr Hamilton the average at laslMondays sales Ii was 4 59gross Inview ofthe fact that last year at the same tobacco brought an average of about 8 rents omv idea the situation ntlIhe feeling among the grower over the outlook way be haul Discussing these condl lion VMr Hamilton said The Ohio and Burley Growers Company is offering cfntsn pound for this years crop and if we can hold together the growers will be saved from ruin Sflf interest and self protection should i every tubtcco grower in the district to cniiie into the corporation on the liberalterms we offer Besides it meanS living prices inth l future The growers have all to gala and noihinlr ho jnne By our fight last year which kept the pcMUp to 8 saved to tha lllf the entire district afeifc41000000 If we can sue c eHltjjgettingjBontrol of this year crop and rihthe price from 5 cents whfcK the best aver age figur t1cepts we will sue to the growers In the forty counties olthe district 8000000 This should put the growers to thinking and enable us to win the tight this connection it was cited thatthe dark tobacco growers of Western Kentucky have a similar organization as which the white burley people are trying to perfect Two years ago before they organized their tobacco was being sold at from 3 to 4a bun dred This year what hue been dold so farlsquotedaa follows the lowest grade 375 to leafCto1150 The associa nowcontrols more than per cent of the crop and has baa been able to dictate its own price and raise them cordingly This association hits even gone further and boycotted therrdealers who opposed the movement and the crop is being sold through the asso elation This is only an example of what co operation can do and demonstrates the truth of the maxim that In union there li ntrength j rdbfoAr f1 r Brush 10 Mena Insoles 7n Heel nIir lie f Butcher Knife S525i5tf 1 IKnives and Forks set 7o40o Galvanized Waiktus 6050c Wrist Bags Masons Bfacking box 3a Pie Plates 3 for Sc Ladles Mitten pair 1510c Mens Mittens pair 25 15e fib Butter Meld 10c 6 Cups aad Saucers 25 c sD f rIjl 1 5 Jt t 1 P is that iF- on is advertised at Courthouse door 11 markets of Kentucky 10 cnt9we Mpw In that lugs 6 tion SO Ii 8e pair Oc 250 IIn view of the present denorali zed condition of the tobaccoaarkefc f ftwo prominent buyers wboake headquarters in this citysaid Wed that they each contemplated buy ring aboutSOO000 pounds in Fay title and JJwTrtjoininR counties and 7 i did not expect to pay more than t an averajt price 01 5 ceat a Ht7i SHisBaoniagujk loo situation It i appearstobetlW JB the tobacco growers to the standard of tke Ohio and Krttueky Growers Company and tloutcome of the light within the test few days wilt be watched with interest fl oiciiiiiiDENTIST Over Outlook Oftice and OwInRsville- BankiiiR Companys Bulldlog- aOWlNGSVILLE KY E C 0 RKIWAY Trains 22 and 23 carry Dining service TIME CARD EFFECTIVISET9V271803 TIME or TRAINS ATPRtrroKSTAtioK flti r5 Eastbound t No 26 954 a nu No 22 1249 pini NO24IoQS p mw Westbound JNo 21 648 a m fiNo 23 143 p gY 1 4No 25 344pm uuuIl1 Nos 26 and 23 daily ex cept Sunda KSnQtlJers daily JJI Get The Outlooks prices oil Job Work of eyery kind and see samples ij Pfand you wilIeewe can rdobelterwotk4lowerr you cJUt ir elsewhere TtS10 oJ V PCiJ i oSS JV5Il l = 1 t1 41r 1Ior J jj = oy II i tIt= 5t 1 V o 1i t Jt Iu Ltr t 1 i r1i fci i 5 vV Ow1nsviIIeOutlook OUTLqOKPULCoPuIseI1 lib MODERATE AMBITION A3 ttp1n4eyen which Is doln god navnt 1Iade the fortune thAt I used to hop J would Hartjit eauied tile hlUs to iountI L nut fundtyihtrT r Jeamy share of sunshine an I seen J flowers smile 1Uavthe rheuraatlz but only fur a little t fAnf4 S hope an likewise doubt c Ill hardly leave enough fur lawyer folks to fight about t t have had my disappointments on Ive J had my Bllont fears t L nut I reckon that the laughs will easy balance all tho tears It aWt a rJUant record but I want It lJi Xinaerstood VThiit rm still akeepln even which la doln purty good C IVoshlnfton Star 1 Ir iL A ROSE OF I NORMANDY I wUUAMSL A WIISOR CHAPTER XXI WHEnEIN A BATTLE IS FOUGHT AND AIUE8KO COMES OFF V1CTO I 4 J moUsSThe prisoners slept little that night A Both Hnee and Tonti han undergone I excitement during tho day 4suc1entto keep every fiber tingling Ubeat the discovery of her love for him she upon learning the truth from t 5r the Ups of Madame lizard Now that the heat of his encounter with Mlron J subsided Tonti fell into a slougb of despair Escape seemed Impossible Renees fate became more hideous now that he knew her eecret Even the satisfaction of dying together was 3 denied them Renee was happy re IIjolclng in the restoration to his proper n lce of the lorcr she had vainly J fcougaT to forget unmindful of the tera rtWe ordeals the future might havo dtJ for her believing vaguely that the dis 4wi covery of her lovers faithfulness was 1i not for aaught that a means of ca 4 cape would be accorded to them t j Akiesko alone of the three prisoners Ji j had neither hope nor fear He faced r Ute dawn of this day of suffering with the stoicism of his race He knew 4 4 that he would be sacrificed first in or S der to whet the apiwtite of the people for blood so that tbejtqrture of Tonti a would beII leseon of greater enjoy lI1emttothis captors Help unless it casBo within a Tery few hours could not rescue him even if It were to arrive betore Tontls turn came A feel ias akin te sorrow invaded his savage 4 heart tvtlie theasht of the Disappoint 4 meat ana lnjury that would come to 44 La Salle from the 10000000f TontL A feeling of pit3tor the white girl whoso t 4 iMys theficcforwtrrd would be a death Ia tfetlte followed Last of all the a hfttr 4W JtlstrlMa hta enemies Zj twrfti acres Me alafl obliterating sit iiq etMrfedlaP and his thoughts were a Sited1 vith plaBS bow to endure his a t pains bravely and fire d iance to them tttn th5V TI1St tJ 1aarviionra tl captlvesThe1rlwasa r at dawp and the sound S foroJalOB thtr ears Food was served to Peach atlireakfajt time After noon tJ they were summoned to the begin 1 alas of the eanlurnaHa of bestial craelty theIwhoraqgelole down he center of which were T SPfledct iBteirals seven brush heaps P ready forL lighting Equidistant from i each dasmalt some six feet frw5the ground bad been built OB ORS of t1temiren had reserved b lasea one on each side of himself for Bee aafl Tonti so situated that they wec 1Cr W tee vitaeeees ottheesaalng tIeeM life greeted them with a sar tS 14eiIe and Wished them alt man Mr of pJcftsare daring the comlns I tMtTomtlsjsands were securely c kewUC mt his feet were free They were scarcely settled when an l Ci e e tag1n tthroag on the opposite aWe xma matt Md through it Akiesko waA led with every mark of respect it attendingUrna er 40of the yotuig men of the tribe wfca 4 tAnv ti staciBc and dancing IJ TkefrkofMwst faloBB haughtily In v- a i magalflcentl s I 1Iltl s about his neck and IIl t s oro icjjeced like a wreath or s f8WJiioRt kU head He was greet 4 tlr 4bT frl shout from Utewalt0 ig erwl The r cessIon marched i a1tHttb pagse r r the throagr sothat r all eo W ctteh a glimpse of the con 4 PfIj icteraed iFlaally they coaducted him II4 1b a leg pI4codlnthe center of the= r z to even e U be wa seated Foot I J Jt j t bfore hint Eagamite 7j WHaaNi yenteon and fruit As his r l t wrtets wrs bound one of the chief d5t4 to feed Mm ry Iiere lay nethew said gravely ror HIR t1let1pldt tcnes Heat of this st 4 4 4feed your triods haye prepared or ee it yea It yiiI givi you strength Eat i aatl a f f uior no one is doing dS t N yw aiy tarsi Behold lf no1 i f r aawng iky kindred nod thy friends l Wk stktaiiirttea of the repast was j r l Ii ieeia 4o ttklch had been placed i la a kettle JiMr by and boiled was J r I dtleod jjatf being cut lato pieces IatY1 I y 1 svy 4 7 lag des so the rBtnalns of his feast were reaoveat life hands were loosed r adhe waiavItedto slag A hush I oir e 7 atnOabtaad arm he stood with out r tre4chedariHfl from which the fold a et Bearer Bkia fell In graceful lines t l I Ills 1teM ws prowSly raised kls eyes teokteg aVoje Ute crowd eastward to1 wari tfcellMrt of WB Wrth His voiceo1 Fot d iMrw fwreriBg ia a strange weird l 9 Hteer oftdesce rising and jaIling lln r W OB the words with a pathetic i 1 n t8J IIIQOW fall sad strong ia ict ra 4 t aee4ee rapIdy delivered tefarthest ranks qf his z Ivt14fxc i se arrtWflgwams ofa ypeor Je iTjMtelMMiM frOinatkOuaand1 z OJpfferaa w w sare with Ike oowaOeeemoccasln prints of rTh 1Ite hjtetet Tsey Creep here and V the thmifii tke foreate The deer Altd bear fsttiia aulUtudee before dtke WIe fire the waters dark wt tk ktat7ts4eriay The streams I are theie but the ask hive 8BM for SIkeM Mve passed by aad trtisaVtlMMsiL There Care BO huBtere 1Uieeftl asy4er Afl other n I ai 44i 4 fIU I l I 41 fJems are bat M children whom they nave taught to use the bow and spear Were they to leave their own coun try all tho rest of theworld would starve for there would bo no gamea left The sun here Is dim but there It Is always bright for my people do no evil and the sunlight never fails them The wind blows fresh and bends the tops of tho waving maize fields for there the harvests are ever full The Iroquois plants his seed and but one IntoIone I see tho council fires and around them sit the wisest of all men To their feet come the chiefs of other nations and crouch i waiting to hear the wisdom that falls their lips There Is the source cf knowledge and cunning that of all other people is but foolishness Abov their heads hang the scalplocks of their enemies thick as the leaves of the forest in summer for there are none BO bravo as they tho sound of whose name makes their enemies to tremble and be afraid Thus sang the helpless prisoner boasting in tho presence of his foes of the prowess of his tribe As his song progressed his body swayed to the rhythm of his voice Soon ho moved in stately measure to and fro as ho described the delights of his own country the pleasures of his own People Then the theme was changed tho steps were quickened and tho words flowed faster as tho deeds of the might warriors were rehearsed and his own achievements were boastfully proclaimed But among them one place is empty It is that of Akiesko tho greatest sachem of them all Where Is Akiesko our brother they ask of ono another There is none so brave or wise as he He Is gone says one to the wilderness whore live tho igno rant Iroquois Ho has taken pity on their blindness and will teach them many things They cannot hunt they cannot fish they are but squaws fit only to sit and pound the n iizo bc tween two stones Ho will show them how to live They have no courage At the barking of a wolf they run the sound of an owl at night causes them totrembleThe of the singer became more rapid and ho passed gradually around the open space One by ono tho fires were lighted and each of tho surrounding crowd armed himself with a piece of bark lighting one end of this they waited The motion of his dance gradually loosened the robe around the prisoner which he allowed to slip off and ho continued his steps naked As he passed along the wait- Ing blazing bits of bark in the hands of ills tormentors were applied to his back his arms and his legs Inflicting painful burns The victim did not wince but went on faster and faster never stopping his song for an instant Akiesko will show the poor IroquoIs how to live He will also show them how to die They will drink of his blood and their own which Is only water will become thick and red They will eat his heart and it will make them men they will be squaws and children no longer but will become warriors lly brothers Akiesko is going to die Amuso yourselves boldly around him he fears neither tortures nor death moreuthe throng a shout of delight went ups one buck ran behind the prisoner and pressed against his b the red hot bead of an ax the slgjktof the smoke arising from the bunUns flesh and the odor that was wafted to thTsIr serv Ururther to sUmu te he minds of the onlooker Rfinee shuddered and closed her eyes Miron noticed it and turning to Tonti said loud enough for her to hear Is your seat comfortable M Tent If not have provided another for your use tomorrow It Is a pointed stake I fear It would be tiresome standing out there on your feet the whole time as your Mohegan friend is doing Font disdained to reply but strove to con feellnsstcommendation for his bravery Gradually the lust for cruelty in the ravage breasts broke beyond restraint Ilanclngpgurtfingernail another coming from nnotl1ertlder and lights It Cries of exultation are heard on all sides Above It all lear but with waning strength comes the taunting voice The Iroquois are squaws who shud yarobutnot cause a Mohegan pain Wilder and wilder goes the dance louder jind yet more loud rise the- o rse triumphing cries of the fiendish prisonersigortumbles and falls but is up again with a louder tone to his voice and a niore agile movement than before recognizablelcIng his cheeks and forehead and masses eyebrowsThetorn shreds The surface is covered with an oozing stream of blood At fninUngHlstonnentors upon the hot ashes of one of the fires Uliuidtime they pour fresh water over hia bums and wounds and jgivolt to him to drink Tho refreshing coolness re calls him once more to life and mis ery He Is dragged up the steps of the scaffold and made to sanderect I arms stretched over anil fastened o a crtisspieco thus suspending him eo as to throw his weight upon his wrists Pandemcalum ls let loose Tho xrowd of yelping screeching demons surrounds the scaffolding He gazes at UienTand a smile breaks OQ his lips as with eye glaring with hatred ho tll sand mocks them Dogs Of Iroquois why do you not make me cry out with pain like one at you would do if n bee stung him It Js because I am a Mohegan chief brave and without fear Heated stones are now placed be jBeath tho soles of his feet ope stands and elowly pours boiling water ver lila head another now ap preaches and empties a gourd full of the scaldlngBtuff down his throat A eyobumngthosocketempty buck climbs upon the crossbeam and gorytroj1Suddenly a silence The end is near Every human voice is stopped and IniurerlnJih awful agony the prfeoner8 w1i summons hjs remain Ins Strength for one last defiance XJewardfi Dogale speand In the taae issuifig from scorched and Isaurted lips one perceives the in tswlty of scorn and hatred felt His runWhroughlsframe 1 J u f i forward with flashing knife tuff with quick stroke lays bare the still feebly palpitating heart removes it and tosses it to tho waiting braves who quickly cut It Into tiny pieces and de your it raw believing that thereby they each may acquire some of the bravery of the dead prisoner Another cuts down the body anti half n dozen quickly sever arms and feet and legs- throwlngtbese members into tho wait- Ing boiling kettles to be devoured later by the whole tribe The head is cut off and brought a shapeless blood stained mass and laid at tho feet of Miron Font sickened at the fearful sight turned His head away and looked towards Renee Her womans nature had mercifully asserted Itself She had fainted CHAPTER XXII SHOWING now JimON llULD A GOOD HAND JUT POMPON 1LAYED THE ACE OK THUMPS The captives were led back to their respective prisons after this sickening scene of barbarity anti soon a silence fell upon tho camp as though the Inhabitants were fatigued by tho excitement of the day and had sought repose Hencehad nerved herself to wit ness the horrible spectacle and hall borne herself bravely throughout un til the last but when sho found herself once more alone and conscious n re action set In and she became but a weak and trembling woman after all Tonti used as he was to the scenes of carnage of civilized warfare could not repress a shudder as ho recalled tho recent ordeal His chief anxiety was now for Renee for himself ho bad faced danger and death too many times to experience any fear at their proximity he would sell his own life na dearly as possible and promised himself that more than ono recruit for the happy huntinggrounds would be started on the long Journey thither before they would have him lashed to the stake He realized that neither ofI them could hope anything from the mercy of the comto Their only chance would be thropgh the opportune ar rival In the camp of some party sent out from Fort Niagara in search of them This was however hardly pos sible as any such expedition would naturally follow along the shore of the lake even as far as Fort Fronte nac before they would turn back or think of visiting any of the Indian tribes To be sure Pompon had slg nailed to him before they arrived at the camp that he would effect a rescue but he would not havo had tho time to procure assistance and there was but little reliance to be placed on his ability to achieve anything alone The comte would not allow his people to be deprived by any tricks that he would play as bad happened at the time of their Huron captivity and aside from some such measure Tout feared that for once the little fellows wit would be lacking It was while absorbed In these dis consol te thoughts that his quick ear caught the sound of some small object striking against tim bark covering of his lodge He listened Again it came and yet again then it teased but soon recommenced Three times three did he count and then ha understood lt was a signal from his trusty friend probably produced by lightly tapplnf with some hard substance against thiS exterior lIe repaired to the back wall from whence the sound came and placing his lips close to it he gave C slight cough He then heard a low whisperIt I Pompon Go to your door and scofif the guard Is awake and m ffin nQtse Tonti did as he was bid and peep- Ing out saw the sentinel seated before his prison asleep but in such a position that it would be impossible for any one to either enter or leave the place without arousing him Tonti reported the fact to Pompon who rc plied It is well I will cut a hole in the saplings wide enough to pass you a knife You can then work from the inside to enlarge tho opening while I am employed out here Madame Blz nrd Is assisting mademoiselle at this moment Make haste Soon Tonti heard a strip of bark cautiously givo way and ore long an opening large enough to admit a hand was made Through this Pompon passed a knife Work diligently but noiselessly mon capltaiiie be urged and we will sOon have you freed Tonti turned to with a will and between them they soon had by that of cutting and pulling at the interlacing branches an aperture formed through which Tonti squeezed himself He set d Pompons hand in silent pre sure and the two stood with straining ears fearful lest the nolss their had been compelled to make had been heard There was no evidence of this and they both tiptoed to the back of the lodge in which Reneo was con fined and assisted Madame lizard in her similar endeavors Pompon in some1 unaccountable way had placed himself in communication with this poor creature who true tober re solve to aid had entered heartily In to hls plan She had seen to it that the Kuord at Renees door received a sleeping potion that Pompon had pro pared out of tho Contents of his in dispensable pouch and was thus able to enter without detection stepping lightly over the sentinels recumbent figure Their work was finally accom plished and Reuee was assisted through the opening and was followed by Madame Bizard As has been said the village was built upon a plateau overlooking the lake The houses in which the pris oners had been confined were erected within a few feet of the edge of this plateau which ended in a sheer precl pice some feet above the surface of the water As assistance and es ape were deemed impossible from this direction no attempt had been made to guard the rear of the lodges As the little party stood together Tonti was puzzled as to their next step Before he could say anything Pompon ex- plaIned the situation to them To Be Continued Vattk and Work A pretty anecdotte is related of a chiid who was greatly pertiybed by tho discovery that her brothers bal set traps Jo catch birds Questioned as to what she had done in the matter she replied I prayed that the traps might not catch tho birds Anything else Yes she said I then prayed that God would prevent the birds getting Into the traps and as if to illustrate the doctrine of faith thetrBpsfAn Awful Error Mrs Keadum was not aa popular as usual at the reception given for the great author last night lyby ale usually shines at such eventS7 Bjit lit night she did not Sho had mada3n mistake and Studied up on the books of another author of the same riamo but different IpitlaK Trr btile ffir jyii r r 7j 6 1 wt 10iJ tiwpp1ICI STOKT Of TIOX TBAKUaiVntQ OUR BIBLE STORY by theHighway and Byway Preacher- A Villon Between the Ltosiof Cods laiplredVcrd Coj right Ij JII Cdivu Scripture Authorlti4Glvlng thanks al ways for unto God and the Fa ther In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ Kph 120- Pauls teller to the church at Ephe Bus was written at Kama and delivered by Tychlcas who was probably a native of the form r city The letter was read to the members bf the church at Ephesus per lisps by Tychlcus himself and who can es timate the probable Influence of Fauii ad nonltlons upon the lives of the disciple icre G LyING thanks always for nil things unto GodJ Matidia as she sat there In the assembly of the disciples repeated the words over and over to herself Shoohad come to the meet lug with a heart burdened look lag for comfort in her trouble toWybe her encouragement and help Give thanks always for all things How could she Yes sho was thank ful more than sho could tellfor her Saviour She was thankful that Iii had led her out of tho darkness and superstition and sin which surround ed her into Ihe light and lovo of His Gospel Her heart was bravo to go forward What though it had cost her persecution at home the loss of friends the sacrifice of all that a young and beautiful girl just enter ing upon womanhood would hold dear she would not turn back she would not give up her faith in Jesus But to bo thankful for all that had befallen her to be thankful that the doors of her home which should have sheltered and protected her were shut against herfor that very night her mother as she bowed before the shrine of the goddess Diana set up in their home had called down the wrath of the goddess upon her because she would not renounce her new faith am bow before the image as she had been taught to do and then her mother had told her that If sho went again to the meeting of the hated disciples of Jesus she need never return that she would be an outcast from that time forth Could she be thankful for this Could she be thankful that Pythodorus her lover a man of much nobility of character whom she still loved with all the ardor and devotion of an enduring affection had after argument and pleading and even weeping pushed her from him and left her in anger saying that she should see his face no more The reading has ended and with the rest she bowed while the simple earnest direct prayer was offered and the benediction was pronounced over their heads Then as the disciples gathered in groups and talked with one another concerning Gods word sent them by the Apostle Paul Matidia crept timidly to the aide of Tychlcus and with quivering voice asked Teacher what meaneth the Apostle when he urges us to give thanks al ways for all things unto God i vat Is It my sister Wht troubleth thee1 ho said as ho looked Into her perplexed face A deep anx ious questioning light burned In the beautiful and the fair bro was clouded with tho mists o doubt which filled the heart within How cajj one be thankful for al things an as the tears welled in her eyes she lifted the fold of her loosefitting obe to wipe them away and then bowing her Lead upon her arm she broke down completely Tychicns waited patiently until her grief had subsided and then said My sister what profit is It If ware thankful for only those things which favor us and which we wel come Ero we came to know Jesus we thought that the gods wero tho be stowers of all that was good or and when evil overtook us and mis fortune came we besought the favor of the gods that their wrath might be turned from us but now that we have come to know Jesus and through Him the true God His Father and our Father as we are In Him we have learned that all things are in His con trol and naught of good or ill be falleth us save that which He wills Yea I know we cannot understand but Is it not enough to know that He understands t But teacher can we be tuankful that evil prevails and seems trlum phant Can I give thanks that mother and father believe not in my God that from henceforth the doors of my home are shut against me that that Pythqdorus has turned from my side anti still clings to Diana and her beautiful temple and at the mention of her lovers name spoken softly a blush suffused her face Nay ray sister thy thought is in error We are not to give thanks for the evil Itself for the unbelief of moth er and father and friends but rather that in spite of the evil and the un belief God rules and overrules that His purposes may be wrought out and honor and glory brought to His blessed name through Jesus Christ our Lord Seest thou not the truth which Paul would have your heart possess Be thankful always for all things with a thankfulness which reaches beyond the condition or the thing that surrounds you and brings you into Gods presence where the sweet consciousness that He knows and understands and doeth all things well may give birth to the real and abiding thanks giving that knows no enl God then Is the wellspring of our thanksgiving and not human condition and circumstances exclaimed the girl looking up while her face was trans formed with the new light which bad broken forth within Yea replied Tychicus with fervor it is the God behind the all things of life which the eye of faith should see nnd where wo realize His presence and await the outworking of His will tro can but rejoice and give thanks WEDON BRIDGE DEFY LAWS ITwo Hations Outwitted by Marriage of Chinaman and Jap on Inter national Structure El Paso T Circumventing the laws of two nations CharleyvFong a Chinaman and Catalina Rusconld Japanese widow were married dn the International bridge Fong lives in Durango Mex and was unable toenter the United States becawe of the xcllt lon pct ift I3k rltv f i r r rtI4 C iJ0 T f P tA new sense of the Immediateuess of God crept into Matldlas heart She realized ns never before that what ever the conditions might be Jesus was near and that whatever elso might be taken from her sho could not be robbed of Ills presence Thankful Ah how her heart was bursting with Its burden of thanksgiving During tho weeks and months which followed Matiuias sweet earnest shin ing face was a benediction to all with whom she came in contact Tho ex pression of the face and tho words of her mouth were a continual and un ceasing testimony of thanksgiving When trials and persecutions were hardest she would smile through her tears and lifting her eyes toward Heaven say I will give thanks al ways for fill things In the loneli ness and grief of her separation from her home and loved ones she drew near to her Saviour saying to Him out of her burdened heart I am thank ful for the separation for thereby will God work His purposes with mother and father end my own Pythodorus Oh that they might come to know and believe in my Saviour She did not know that her lover was spying upon her and that almost daily his secret emissaries were bringing him reports concerning her welfare Ho marveled as he heard of her sweet cheerfulness Such an attitude baf fled and perplexed him What can wo do ho exclaimed to Matldias mother one day where he had gone to make report She scorns farther than ever from yielding and thy month in which thou declared sho would renounce her new faith and re turn to the love and comfort of her home has more than doubled A strange power seems to brood over her and naught that befalls her can wring from her other than a glad note of thanksgiving Jl have feared to do it because of the terrible ordeal which it will be to the child but I see no pther way than to commit her to the power of the priests of the temple and see if they cannot break her cursed will and bring her back to the gods of her fathers exclaimed tho mother with harsh determination In accordance with this suggestion Pythodorus arranged with the priests to deliver into their hands that night tire young woman who was to be seized while on her way to the meeting of the disciples The plans car 1rled perfectly and Pythod rus was waiting with the priests at the Mag nesian gate from which point a stoa or covered way extended up for some 600 feet to the magnificent temple of Diana which overlooked the city from the high ground to the east Matidia borne on a covered litter by four men was received by the priests who were soon moving swiftly with their cap tire through the dimly lighted passageway towards the temple while Pythodorus followed at a safe distance not willing that Matidia should know that it was by his plotting that she had been seized And as he proceeded he wondered what would be the out come Would sho yield Oh he prayed the gods that she might before the priests should deliver her to the dreadful inner dungeon Some how tonight he felt a strange uneasi ness What gave Matidia that sweet ness and inner calm Why was it that she the gently nurtured daughter of the rich Metras could so courageously meet every persecution and never waver in her allegiance to her Lord whom she called Jesus Even now he could hear the faint murmur of her voice in prayer and he caught the wordsII will give ttianks unto Thee my Saviour What if she were right and he were wrong What if the boasted gods of the Eph slans Imagesf brllIand quickly slipping behind the rich heavy draperies at one side of the room he waited breathlessly while the priests sought first by cajolery and pleading and then by threatening to bring the girl to renounce her faith and again bow before the shrine of Diana Know you not that your lifo 1s within our hands at last they exclaimed all patience gone Wbat wilt thou do if wb shut thee in tho dungeon from whence none return save they bow in worship before the great goddess Diana before whom all other gods are as nothing will give thanks unto God came the clear sweet reply Nothing shall befall me but that which is according to His gracious will Reconsider thy ways cried the priests Thou shalt remain hero this night but if by the light of tomor rows sun thou dost not yield then to the dungeon shalt thou go And suddenly the apartment was left in darkness as all wltuurew and the girl was left alone But that night there was fierce struggle in other heart than that of the fair Matidia and long before the first faint streaks of day began to break In the east the light broke into the heart of Pythodorus and he had found the God of Matidia The strug gle that had been going on for weeks was ended j nd as he had yielded the peace of God had come Into his heart And now began a new struggle What was to become of Matidia She was prletsShouldwith her suffering the dungeon with her or should he attempt her rescue thoughtHowescape guarded by the priests Ah the priests robing room was Just off the anteroom where Matidia was Imprisoned If he could gain access thereto all would be easy And early In the morning when the priests were Just beginning to stir priestlythe temple and passing down the con ered way towards the Magnesian gate They were In deep conversation My love one is saying what a night of nights this has been I have not only gained thy God but I have won thee as IYea wellIof the two whitedaIntyhis rich robe should we not give thanks always for all things unto God Truly the Lord Is goodI Catelinas husband who was anI Italian and a naturalized American had been dead less than a year Under Mexicos laws she was ineligible to marry again She requested the state department to gfaal nor permission to enter the United States because her husband was a citizen but she was refused The immigration officers arranged for the wedding at the detent on eta lion on the International bridge said international complications rnsir a a result willI t t 4T ii i crl p0 rJ Tcrrc J J T r rSTATE ITEM OF INTEREST f r GOVERNORS PROCLAMATION Beckham Appoints Thursday November 30 as a Day of Thanksgiving Frankfort Ky Nov 1SGov Bock ham issued tho following Thanksgiv lug day proclamation Commonwealth of Kentucky Executive Department- Frankfort Ky Nov 17 IJ05 In accordance with custom and following the proclamation of tho president of tho United States I ap point Thursday November the 30th as a day of thanksgiving and prayer throughout the Commonwealth ofKen tuckyI request that all business be suspended upon that day and that all of our people with due observance ot this hallowed and beautiful custom give praise and honor to tho Gracious and Merciful God who halt so richly blessed us as a nation and as a pee ple Let us give thanks unto Him not alone with the usual religious cot emonies but especially with deeds of kindness and generosity to the poor aid needy among us more expressive of gratitude and more pleasing to Him than all else wo can do In tho plea titude of our countrys progress ft has mado underChlrstian civilization let us remember that the Divine Teacher has told us In speaking gtlbo virtues the greatest among these Is charity TO EXPEL PUPILS Good Causes Must Be Shown by Trustees It Is Held Frankfort Ky Nov 17ln tho case of Waite Cross by his next friend against the trustees of tho Walton graded common school dis trict from Boone county the court of appeals in reversing the lower court decides that where school trustees uso arbitrary power and expel a pupil without reason the courts will Interfere but that the courts can not will not interfere with the trustees in Inlschoolmade against him and he sued compeljONLY MASHED HIS HAT Judge A G Caruth Used a Cane on KInkeada HeadILouisville Ky Nov ISIn ablood less fight in the Seelbach Judge Asher G Caruth hit Robert C Kinkead over the head with a cane mashing his hat but not otherwise injuring him while Kinkead contented himself with push Ing Mr Caruth down to the floor The encounter was the outgrowth of tho recent municipal campaign Caruth Is democrat and Kinkead was employ ed on the fusion side as speaker It appears that Kinkead attacked Judge Carutb in some of the speeches the latter promised his friends thaT the first time bo met the fuslonlst he would hit him- REHANDLINO PLANT BURNED The Lou on Building and St6cllaEJ tlmated at 160000 Louisville Ky Nov 17The W S Mathews Sons Cos tobacco re handling plant Was destroyed by fire tho loss pn buildings and stock being estimated at 160000 fully fnsured The plant which was one of the larg est In the country and did a large export business recently passed into tho hands of the American Tobacco Co and the American Snuff Co The estab lishment was wiped out by fire six years ago but the owners rebuilt OB the old site Hunter Accidentally Killed Paducab Ky Nov 16 Prendo Met ritt 17 was shot in the breast acci dentally and killed by a companion Lawrence Johnson while possum thoIthe rear It is supposed a Jolt caused the gun to go off An Engineer Killed Somerset Ky Nov 17 Engineer lightItempting to start the second engine An iron pipe ho was handling caught enIgineFight Tobacco Combine Lexington Ky Nov ISThe Ohio and Kentucky Burley Tobacco Growers Co decided to continue options of growers in the independent fight ten days longer If the money is not then forthcomJngthe fight will be given up finally The Latonia Race Track Latonia Ky Nov ISVThe LatonIa Taco track may be used for a pleasure park next summer on the same plan that Is used at Churchill Downs in Louisville Big band concerts will be held nightly and other outside attractions Foot Cut Off By a Train Mt Sterling Ky Nov 16 Charlie Smith aged 13 years was struck by a train here whllo attempting to cross the tracks and his foot was cut off Ho has a chance to recover but will be maimed for life Oldest Woman in Kentucky Dead Mt Sterling Ky Nov 17Judiil Atkins Aunt Judlll the oldest wom an In Kentucky died Thursday in Boyle county She was 120 years old and at one time was a servant In the family of Isaac Shelby the first gun ernor of Kentucky Hall Will Make a Contest Newport Ky Nov 17 There Is war twixt the democratic bosses of New port owing to the defeat of Arthur C Hall for tho legislature In the country district Mr Hall announced that he would make a contest Found Dead In the Woods Hawesville Ky Nov 16Andrew Keown 15 years of age was found dead in the woods of Hancock county His discharged gun was at his side and there was a wound In his breast He was returning home when his gun accidentally discharged Woman Burned To Death Hartford Ky Nor ltiMra Miller the aged stepgrandmother of County Judge J P Miller was burned to death heraat the residence of Judge Miller Whllo Mrs Miller was alone m her room her clothing took fire eft iJt1 BOOTS GIVEN A SWELL DINNER The Canine Had a 8llv r Plate and Was Served In Courses Louisville KyNov 18Yr and Mrs Arthur K Lord of 622 Fourth avcnuo gave a course dinner In hon or of the 18th birthday nnlversary of their cocker spaniel dog Boots acquaintanceSIMr ana Mrs Lord Boots had a talebeside the tab1eused by the gueSts Mrs Lord in describing the affair said Yes Boots had her silver plate and her dinner was served In courses Just like you would get a dinner ln a swell cafe She had all kinds of dog lierVllbadorningherportance with true dignity I reared Boots from a mite of a puppy and through all these years she has been my constant companion asking no confidences and giving none Say for me that Boots deserved the birthday dinner and all of the guests thought so too I trust Boots will live to cole orate many more happY birthdays THE HUNTIN9 SEASON As a Result Two Mtn Lie Seriously Wounded Near Owensboro Owensboro Ky Nov 16As are sult of the opening of the hunting sea son in Kentucky two men Ho serious ly wounded at their homes near this city shot by reckless huntsmen LC Ford was standing Iti front of his young sons gun when die youth at tempted to shoot a rabble The father received tho contents of the gun ia In his abdomen He wtltprobably die George Thomas was walking along the road when he was shot down by For est Miller who had missed a quaiL The shot struck Thomas in the neck His condition Is serious It Is esti mated that 10000 birds were killed In Wednesday 1THEIR DEAD MOTHER Little One Called To Awaken Her ICentral City Ky NoAMrL- isle Cowan aged 30 was found dead in her home in Dralieaboribilman delivering the cerleSshithadb- ought the day before She fell on the floor last evening when death is supposed to have occurred The three children remained with the dead mother all night calling to her jand trying to arouse her while a yearrold baby was asleep on her bosom Heart disease caused her death She was the widow of Joe Cwanwho was killed In April by Morton Roll U Owensboro IWEDS GIRL IN THE ROAD He Traveled on Foot 40 Miles Over a MountainIMayklng Ky Nov 18After trav mQuntainafromLemuel Bond aged 19 procured a li cense and married in public road near Pound Gap Miss Susie Hltan- agedierely 13 d tprofo do farmer The only wltnesefffwfe two wagoners from this state The young people ore returning OB foot Robert Thurman Acquitted Albany Ky Nov 8Robt Thur man who killed Porter Fenill In this county last August was acquitted here at his examining trial before Judge Smith The evidence shows he killed him In selfdefense The five men charged with the death of Alex Avary also had their examining triais They too were acquitted John Dug an Is Dying Owensboro Ky NOT17TOh11 Dugan is dying He was hit with a hammer by a man saM to fie Jere Mason and bad fils skull fractured Mason accused him of being drunk and a fight resulted Standard Oil FlnecfJWO Greenup Ky Nov 17The Stand ard Oil Co was fined 200 fOr sellng oil without license T ie grand jury only returned five indlctmeats after a four days session and the examination of about 20 witnesses Thousands Lost In i Wreck Sometset Ky Novl1ln a freight wreck on the Q C at Stearns three engines and 19 cars were almost totally demolished Several thousand dollars worth of freight was lost by fire and breakage MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Nov 17 CATTLE Common 3 25 3 23 Heavy steers 4 75 4 85- CALVESExtra til8 25 HOGS Cb packers 4 95 9 5 00 Mixed packera 4 90 0 4 95 SHEEP Extra f 9 4 75 LAMBSExtra 7 25 fi 7 35 FLOUR Spring pit 5 25 5 60 WHEAT No 2 red 89K0 90V No3red 88 CORN No 2 mixed 46 No 2 white 50 OATS No 2 mixed e 33 RYE No 2 72 74 HAY Cb timothy 13 00 PORK Mess 15 25 LARD Steam 7 3VL BUTTER Ch dairy 16 Choice creamery 25Vs APPLES Choice 3 00 4 00 POTATOES Perbbl 2 00 2 25 TOBACCO New 5 00 to 13 Oil Old f 4 60 14 75 Chicane FLOUR Winter n fJS 10 0 5 20 WHEAT No 2 red 86 87 No3redo 80 87 CORN No 2 platf 48 OATS No 2 mJfed 30 RYE No 2 70 72 PORK MeYs 13 50 13 62 LARD Steam 6 95 6 97 New York FLOUR Win sffls S 95 tI 4 10 WHEAT N 2 vred 907 CORN No 2 mixed 68 OATS No 2 mixed 35 RYE Western 76 PORK Mess 16 SO LARD Steam 7 35 p750 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 9 334 CORN No 2 mixed 63 CATTLE Steers 4 00 04 60 SHEEP No 1 2 00 2 50 Loulsvlll WHEAT No 2 red 61 92 CORN No 2 mixed 65 OATSrNo Z mixed Z33 9 38 PORK Mest 01 LARD Steam g 7 60 Indianapolis f WHEAT No 3 red S 3 CORN No 2 mixed 4- 8OsTSco 9 mlx 94 dr F t I r 1 L DOUCLAS I3 53SHOES i W L Douglas 94OO CHt Edga Line Muinctba equalled at any Frtee it 1nrvMK1Ag0tssassswbseus I drovs thts1atismt jicIat4abcsml thm cost SSOOt iHHmflatottepric If I coaM tetoyaatato lmy factory at Brockton larwt ta lbs world aodcr css roof tlrr a a ffaw bees mmt stow yea tto carawHh which r ery pair of Douglas sboes U weald mHzwhy W i DOuJs 330 slices are the best BOO prodoced to the world If I could ibowroa the dHknoc between tfe sh tftmmim I mr factory and tkaw at other tlwyCaUtiMlrSTMter tatrtaHc vata tnaa wy otter JJ9kee M tfee surket te lar w a 41 9S0t92 917m 91MfCAUTIpMln Utuponli Tjn cWLDooz o no tnbititate Nono gemiln Witboathb name tedprice itaaped on bottom WANTED A shoe dealer In ererjtnvnwbera w L Douglas Shoes are sot line not free for hupectlon upon reqaut traufWritWLDOUGL5Brocktou Masu Cut Your WorkI L in Two Attini Saws cut oot only wood iroa 1 and other Biattrwla aj better than any other but they cut fl tairk I14 That is because they are nude of the best steel in the world by tacit that know bow- AtUMbwiCora KnraP Tfetxm Floor Icnpcn etc ire seld bf all nod hMmradcalcn Cauloaa eo rtiucrt LCATAINScacoI1 flartatSxvUaaactartnlatUWoiU Factory tnij Eztcadve Oflcta IaMupoi flXAsc7trSNewYork Cticij 3iisiezpo5 ronlud Otcrm Sonic Saa framcUco M myhljAUnt tn4Toronto Canada Aces tia sabst44sWWathAIki Braid SOLD 7 DEALERS VATXOHA23TY XX FIGHTINO A German methodical precise folds his coat in a neat bundle and lays his hat on top of It to hold It dowa An Englishman when he Is going to fight throws his hat and coat ia a blustering bluffing way on the ground An Irishman appeals to the crowd to hold his coat The Celtic nature v desires sympathy and tries to build it up A Scot pulls his bat down tight oa his head and buttons his coat carefully t The canny Scot is not going to endaa t x ger any of his property An American is so anxious to pitch f tc hat or coat 3 STWFANDSOPX from head to foot Cant work today but tomorrow you can as the OWMoBkCura SUacobsOil will soften and heal the muscles vhlla you sleep j It Conquers Pain pr4 35 and 5O 1 AGAINST THE STORM i THERE IS Nt PROTFCTk 11 THE iij4 D KE4II LS CUPS ALL s 4A4TOWLZCOtSTA1WIIIIl 50510 SWYOI cICAGO- iog ciig cOJMiWT0IOCL FOR MENitrtaMei with ins peculiar te t tteir wx ased as a douche it mrrcuuQr nc i seulsl Tsorougalycleaasckius di3iisrzSealS jPutinwatcT ana Is tar more cleamtec healing tentiiruUI asd economical ttua liquid antiseptic tar aU roBTTT Ar woa SPEcIAL tassTot IlC at dr5ghtS 50 centi S bar Trial Bo end Book oitectncttoos Free INg B Pwee CoV beeTa ais i staLl GUNS FISHTACKLE IxOzwXL Ce7Us tcaum o BMt afct- WbrSMUACimiTlt t elu a s C2dmd CUTLEWS POCKET INVLER cg AIAflflflbrwnsnNaceescFALLLTPrwdrn 5gtIlgAcualftthetownotI w Tenos poputIoD Ovtrl5 goee sos aaS eastessi 540 bas iS or t t os Ta3onsb1 tsra 8Ifld fe cala JitOt farm and ttmbr isnes bsfes e-gasn I aooasaJnaouLssuee w uatercivnw o oa 545 PElIisn bthtwwsr1nd iOrdcwa coxiaf OS4uTal 101552 aE ii Ct ubion ysanprsctiee Lawiand aOTtcS lItZ 1 IdVU11 S 1I Us Wkt k CUUIU s tl4tt u t + i s1 t t1 VIott 1 l 4- J I J HOSPITALS CROWDED f MAJNITV If raam WMEI 1 Mra Fiakbama Advice Saves Man i i Proa this Sad and Costly Experience c It is a sad but true fact that yoarte numberofopera tlons performed upon women in t our hospitals More thanthrcc fourths of tho In kars patients lying 1onthose snow ct are women girls who are awaiting recovering from opera I necessary by neglect jtlOI1smade of these patients hail in that bearing down feeling pain at the left or right of the womb nervous exhaustion pain in the malt of tho back Icucorrhccn dizzi t ness flatulency displacements of tho theseeare o i healthy condition of the ovaries or womb and if not heeded tho trouble will make headway until tho penalty operapS ness at best while in many cases the results are fatal brinyJ4I Adamsof thoColonnade Hotel Seattle I Wash writes- DearHrsPinkham4 J 3 j About two year ago I was great tuf j erer from a severe female trouble pains and l boadaclms Th doctor prescribed forme an Onally told me that I a on the numb and must undergo an it I IfclttbatthIswarntI lAra for toedlcnl help but the tumor kept growing Fortunately I corresponded i an aunt in the New E land States and she ndrisod me to take Lydia E Pinkham1 Veg 4l etabto Compound as was said to euro tu mots so and immediately began to 1 improe1n btIIlth and 1 was entirely curOO tbo tumor disappearing entirely without an operation I wish every suffering woman I would try thia great preparation Just as surely as Miss Adams was cute of tho troubles enumerated inp her letter just so surely will Lydla E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound euro 0 s every woman in the land who suffers from womb troubles Summation of Uio ovaries kidney troubles nervous excitability and nervous prostration Mrs Pinkham invites nil young women who are ill to write her free advice Address Lynn Mass t ODDITIES OE INVENTION byrre1 carrned by men also been devised by JSerinan Inventors 4 a A recent French Invention which Sutlhzes electroplating for the deposit or extremely thin coatings of precious t metals Is said to make possible theI i Eoldplatlng of lace without stiffening the fabric Silver is used in the same r way A machine has been Invented for j manufacturing cotton automobile Urea sq The tires are woven something like I i aiapwlcks only they are heavier and of coarser texture They are said toI resi6ta pressure ot 6000 pounds to the square inch Although not yet perfected the Mae Jorama telephone bids fair vasUy to ex I tend the field of usefulness of the long distance telephone by rendering audl I ble vibrations too faint to actuate the disk of the ordinary receiver or even the microphone Instruments An automatic fire alarm recently pdt w Kngland sounds an alarm In a hott oKc 12 seconds after x fro 6argiiji of 1tarqn11i rt 3 Ci u Jij1itauun iii the ii1t rLht beat causes expans1f lU tl eAtln 1lscaseto complete aaucc trircuit t L AlHrniBUHi is belngused inTrance to j make alloys of brass for the construe f 31t tion orsubmariae boats Uhasbeen found that this admixture of aluminum t produces extraordinary changes in the T color of the compound A little aluml aum aakes it deep gold and at a point I tr were betweenfive and ten per cent I i f 40of alukinuM Is used It becomes rose p f fif red Over ten per cent of the lighter met aakea the alloy white t JIlTS ABOUT TLAKTS Tea plants at the age of seven years yield fOQ pounds ot tea per acre i b In Saa thereis on orchid all the flowers of which open at once as if byihe stroke of a wand and they also all jYlUief together I Plants wlth white blossoms have a larger proportion of fragrant species p thitt any Others next comes red then 4 yellow and blue alter which and in d thesameorder may be reckoned vie a 1ctgr rr orange brown and black The Way of It l1doDoes your mistress keep any pets babytPASSING OF PORRIDGE Lakes Way for the Setter rood of a letter Day PorrIdge is no longer used for i breakfastin say home Jwrltes a loyal q Britain from HgnteylUe Ont This Iua Btwflwn of no small slgnlfl abctAToaebrought upoa the times s d taDcIbrr O emonthago she continues Ic a package of Grape Nuts food isEtormy husband who had been an In valid over ayear He had passed through a severe attack of pneumonia ind la grippe combined and was left n a very bad condition when they St i I passed away I i tried Everything for his benefit but HoUOng seemed to dOlIhnany good Month followed month ad he t Hill remained as wvik as ever I was atooat discouraged about hlinwben I get tfctf GrapeNuts but the result p bas ceapeHsated me for ray anxiety Ia the one month that be has eaten p Gr8JHtNutal1e has gained 10 pounds In weight his strength is rapidly re turning to him and he feels like a 1 J neViaiNewwe all eat GrapeNutsS r rood and arC the better little 5year old boy who used to sufferS b froii jMiBi Is the stomach after the IdfaabjoBed porridge has n- czc more traJble rince be began to Grap Nuts and I have no more doe fi tort blll to w for him weae QrjpiwsNuts with only sweet i crwi4ai4 8d It the most tasty dish t IB Uf U et fare- JTiCitjifewiay I ate 4 teaspopnfuls lcTIf ot 0 Ntt an d Cream for breakfast iothiag else then set to workand 9c1oclcfpetsts ieiu I ured to I wouldnt be igthwVGnipeNuta In the house forjfcy BWIM Name gIVen by I 1IICllIrI Bd the little book Thf Rat to WlJor in pkss N 14 3r e J IW 41- 3j j 1 L 1 4r 4t f 1 z 5ap J a t1 a r 1 f tl1 1to ji- Sevsgf 1 t tH i9 7 rNEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST Infellisrence Collected and Given to Our Readers in a Condensed Form DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN ITEMS Summary of Prominent Events That Have Taken Place During the Past Few DaysThe Movements of Government Official Agrarian disorders are increasing in Russia The estate of Prince Kassat kine Rostkoftsky in tho Novoskol district has been sacked by peasants who attacked and wounded the prince and princess Several buildings were burnedThe cruiser Minneapolis flagship Ur Adm Chester has been orderef to tno Baltic sea for the purpose of putting into Cronstadt in case of dan ger to American citizens there or ir St Petersburg It is understood that this action was taken on request of the state department Through the Industrial tieup in St Petersburg and Moscow is almost com plete the most Important feature of the developments was the failure of the walkout to spread generally out side tho capital CoY W L Douglas of Massachu setts headed a de gatlon ot boot and shoe and leather manufacturers that called at the whlto house and made the principal address to the president in behalf of tho movement to secure a repeal of the duty on hides The official figures show that 267710 votes were cast in favor of Prince Chares of Denmark as king of Norway and 68852 against him The results in seven small constituencies have not yet been reported At Canton 0 the cornerstone of the memorial to the late President Mc Kinley was laid by Justice Wm R Day The ceremonies were simple but impressive The president appointed John L Lott of Ohio now special assistant to the attorney general a member of the commission to revise the laws of the United States vice AC Botkln deceasedDr who has arrived at St Johns N F from Labrador In the mission ship Stratheona reports no news of Dillon Wallace and Clifford Easton the Labrador explorers and grave fears are entertained for their safetyUndoubtedly killed nod probably blown to pieces seven men are lying in the depths of the new shaft of the Eraznell Coal Co on tho outskirts of Bentleysville Pa while another out side the mine is dead as tho result of a gas explosion George Abenshine a republican In spector of ectlons In the Second election district of the 18th assembly district New York was arrested by deputies from Superintendent Mor gans office The charge against him was reported to be bribery- It has been decided to merge the stamp agency heretofore maintained as a separate organization to disburse Imps to the various post offices with regular stamp division of the post idepn mtH Senator Dryden of Now Jersey who is president of one y the largest life Insurance companies In the country will introduce at the approaching ses slon of congress a bill providing for federal supervision of life Insurance A CaD in which was seated John F Robinson the wellknwon circus man was struck by a car In Cincinnati The vehicle was demolished and the driver Chas Jennings was internally hurt and died an hour later Mr Robinson escaped with a few bruises W L Cornell of Scranton Pa one of the biggest coal operators In tho anthracite field and president of the board of conciliation declared in favor of extending the award of the coal strike commission which includes the continuing of the conciliation board in Heraldo Madrid makes the positive statement that King Alfonsos return to Madrid will be followed by an official announcement of his betrothal to an English princess Rumors of antigovernment plots in Cuba have been renewed and the names of more or less prominent rad- Icals are being connected with them Tie officials of the government display apprehensionPresident has completed his message and It has been sent to the government printing office to be put in type The announcement is made that the message threatens to be unusually long United States malls and passengers are to be carried by automobile 110 miles dally between Roswell and Torrencc N M The establishment of this unique service cost the federal government 10000 A threeround boxing exhibition between William E Cockayne a royal marine from the cruiser Drake and a middleweight champion of the British navy and Jack Relne of the battle ship Iowa said to be the champion In his class in the American fleet took place in Now York The Englishman won William S McSwaln and William Cole kin brotherinlaw were arrest ed In Chicago charged with attempt lug to blackmail J Ogden Armour and other members of Armour fc Co fox 40000 In cnnectlonwlth the beet trust investigation The management of the Burllngtot railroad after 20 years of opposition has recognized the Brotherhood of Lo comotive Engineers and has signed the first wage schedule with the organ ization since tho great strike of 1885 G I Thorp general manager of the CJalrton plant of the United State Steel Corporation has resigned hi position to become president of the Ill note Steel oat3 salary of 50000 tyear IArrava Grinnell a Mexican war veteran to have been the first ma to scale the walls of Chapultepec die at his home in Spencer Massaged 71 Great alarm is fet In Duryea Pa owing to the continued subsidence it the MtTrcy vein of the William A co llery Parts of a cemetery and mans fallentcaused r thotGamble of Cincinnati tenants I the Reynolds building 4000 A W Gilbert a white flagman o an Alabama Great Southern train1wa- arrested at Meridian Miss wlthrobblngseveral passengers oa sleeping car The stolen mono niuouufe to ll and was recovered ii f N Ii 1 j 0 tr l 9 E H Harriman ch frman o the oard of directors of AUnlon Par iflc railroad former member of the qultable Life Assurance society and be former friend of James Hazen lydo testified before the insurance jvestigatlug committee He made a cries of enlals of the charges made gainst lum by James J Hyde Former Gov Benjamin B Odell Jr tml United States Senator Chauncey M Depew as witnesses before the Armstrong insurance legislative Inves tigating committee denied parts of the testimony of James Hazen Hyde in vlilch their names were used Mr Ddell in the course of his testimony aled Mr Hydes statements base lalumny Senator Depew was again called in tho Insurance investigation to give any information ho might possess to a number of vouchers of tile legal services of tho Equitable Lire but his xnowledgo was rather limited Anti uany of the expenditures and signers If these vouchers ho had never heard ofSMore than 800000 tanners In 28 states are represented by the dele pites to tho 39th annual convention of iho National Grange Patrons of Hus iandry which began at Atlantic City JTho national grange in session voted to C H Kelly founder of tho or Jor a pension of 1200 a year for the balance of his life Judge J B Swing rendered at Cin cinnati his decision in the Maden dl yore case Mrs Anna Louise Madden- IS given permanent alimony in month ly installments of 250 Mrs Madden Is allowed 7000 for attorneys fees and expenses Incurred in her action Tho Judge leaves tho children where he found them in the custody of the Kentucky courts Anuthentlc report reached Berlin to the effect that tho big German liner Uhlenhoist has foundered in the Bat tic sea It Is said that 15 persons are known to have gone down with her Secretary Wilson of the department of agriculture emphasized the necessity of a national pure food law In an address before the annual convention of official agricultural chemists In session In Washington Business failure in tho United States for the week ending November 16 number 198 as against 166 tho pre vious week 190 In the like week of 1904 234 in 1903 and 201 in 1902 Because of industrial depression and the unlikelihood of business renewal soon much uneasiness is felt in To klo since tho return of probably 700 000 men from the seat of war A large portion ia idle The threatof 15000 sailors now stationed at Sevastopol to inaugurate a general mutiny has thrown the port and city into a panic according to a report received at St Petersburg Many of the strikers In St Peters burg are weakening and desire to return to work At a meeting of the council however a motion to call off the strike was rejected Contributions from all parts of the country received by tho national com- mIttee In New York for the relief of sufferers by Russian massacres amounted to 67191 making a grand total of 369870 telegram announcing that the storthing had elected Prince Charles of Denmark was received at Copenhagen during a dinner given by Crown Prince and Crown Princess Frederick and at which Prince Charles was present The crown prince Immediately drank a toast to the new monarch of Norway The formal coronation will take place In Christiana on July 27 The Korean cabinet agreed to adopt the proposition for a Japanese protectorate over Korea mace by Marquis ItoMaJ Gfn Henry C Corbln U S A who now commands tho division of tho Vhllipplnes has naked that he be not appointed chief of the general staff when he Is promoted next sum mer to the grade of lieutenant gen eral Secretary Taft will accede to his wishes The National Grange by a standing rote adopted a resolution whicn was ordered sent to President Roosevelt stating that the farmers of this country want neither more nor less than a square deal At the session of the American Fed eration of Labor a resolution extend- Ing the heartfelt sympathy of Amen can labor to the sufferers In Russia and congratulating the Russian work men on the success of the recent strike was adopted- It was announced at the war depart ment that the resignation of Lieut Granville R Fortesque of the Tenth cavalry has been accepted His res ignation was handed in two or three days ago Fortesque la a relative pf President Roosevelt The president announced that Gen William Crosier had been detailed as chief of ordnance for the next four yearsGen Crozier ijj now serving in that capacity Judge Lorin Roberts of the record ers courts Traverse City Mich died suddenly of apoplexy He was born in Johnson O in 1845 Judge Roberts was at one time president of Ben sonia college Mich The state supreme court held the antitrust law of Montana to be uncon stitutional since it violates the con stitutional provision against class leg slation Fire in the Suttle Beeler pants factory and whoesale clothing house of BIckley McClure Co Knoxville Tenn did 190000 worth of damage Marquis Ito submitted the Japanese program for protectorate over Korea a the Korean emperor It provides for the political status of Japanese residents of Korea open ports and turning over the management of Ko eas foreign affairs to Japan The management of tho Vera Cruz Pacific railroad havq dismissed their onductors both freight and passen erj locomotive drivers train dispatch jrs and telegraph operators replacing hem with nonunion men An oil lamp exploded in a mall car itanding in tho Erie Pa station of ho Plttsburg Lake Erie railroad etting tho car afire and destroying a arge amount of valuable mail matter lIrected to eastern and southern Oints Chicago has raised upward of 000 for the relief of Jewish victims In Russia A Joint committee representing the tate food commissions the Consum rs league and the National Federa lon of Womens clubs called upon Secretary Wilson anti filed papers petitioning the president to recom lend the passage of a law to contra interstate shipment of adulterated ad foods and dru s Its coming message to congress- A prairie fire ten miles in width IE aging near Aberdeen S D For a Ime the town was threatened bu re fighters changed the course of Ur onfjagratlon Great damage has heeL rione T i idh S r 2 ft r i tr In the American Federation of Labor convention Delegate V L Berger in roduced the following resolution That the congress of the United States jo asked to pass a blll that will Be sure to every wage worker in the Jnjted States who has earned no more nau 1000 average wages per year a pension of not less than 12 per month at the ago of 60 W H Dettrey president of the United Mine Workers of tho Hazelton IPa district and secretary of tho anthracite conciliation board says Without recognition of the union a renewal of the three year agreement between the miners and operators will 3e unacceptable to the former The secretary of the treasury an nounced that ho will discontinue fund ng operations under his offer of Sep ember 28 1905 at tho close of bust ness on November 29 1905 Thomas W Lawson was held for tho December session of the superior court n a charge of criminal libel prefer fed by Clarence W Barren of Boston Ho gave f3000 ball Torpedo beat SJ20 collided near Buolk with the small cruiser Undine Tho torpedo boat sank and ono omcer and 32 seamen are missing The disaster occurred during the maneuvers in Kiel bay What would prove to be the most stupendous charity in the world if carrjed out has been proposed by Dr M J Bumstein of New York in an appeal to all the Jews of earth to give 10 per cent of their earthly possessions to buy land to colonize the memo bers of their race who are suffering cruelty in Southarn Russia The apathy of Christian ministers and churchmen in the face of the massacres of Russian Jews was con demnod by Dr A Hlrschberg In an address to the members of the North Sdo Jewish congregation Chicago Mrs Elizabeth McGInty 44 was kilt ed by a Scioto Valley traction car at Chlllicothe O The line rune through her yard and being deaf sib did not hear it It can be authoritatively stated that no PanamVbonds will be issued until congress shall have authorized theIr use as a bass for national bank circu lation at onehalf of one per cent the same as the con sols of 1920 In Upper Knott county Kentucky Levll Wells alleged to be wanted In Logan county West Virginia for a murder committed 12 years ago was arrestedJohn Alexander Dowie will leavo Mexico by steamer for New York via Havana Ije has definItely withdrawn as a possible purchaser of the Gon zales hacienda He states however that probably the future site of the Zion plantation will be in the state 01 Tamaulipas Tho German war department recent ly adopted new ammunition for tha army rifle which greatly augments the efficiency of the weapon The bullet has now the same effect at 1000 meters as it formerlydid at 600 The accuracy of tho firing is ulso marked ly enhanced American Minister Griscom left Yokohama on the steamer Manchuria for J Ute United States He was given a reception by the American Asiatic association at tho consulate which was illuminatedSeveral 1snnd persons participated in a demonstration of welcome to ODonovan Rossa to Cork his arrival coinciding with the annual demonstration in memory of the Manches ter Martyrs Allen Larkin and OBri en f k Rev J G Reaser DD professor of the Bible at Wilson college Chambers burgh Pa died from paralysis De ceased who was 80 years of ago was prominent in the civil war period In the Presbyterian church in Kansas Prof John L Morris pf Cornell died at his home in Ithaca N Y from apoplexy Until he retired last year he had been tho head of the mechani cal arts department of Sibley college since 186- 8President Roosevelt is giving the RUBIsiaIn recent riots nearly half the city was burned and 600 of the garrison were killed Tho Jail was thrown open and Gen Kappek Is missing The damage Is estimated at 25000000 The conservative leaders in the St Petersburg council of workmen are again victorious They carried a mess lution against any attempt to intro duce a movement for an eighthour dayMemorial services for the Presbyte nan missionaries who were murdered in Lienchau China on October 28 last were held in New YorkIDr Augustus Choate Hamlin 76 one of the best known men in Maine died In Bangor He was widely known as an author artist and as an author ity on tourmalines of which he is said to have owned the best collection In existenceA block of buildings was totally destroyed by fire at the corner of Third avenue and 19th street Birm ingham Ala The loss Is estimated at 150000 At a banquet given by the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engi neers who are in convention in Now York 150 members wero present and addresses by Senator Galiinger of Now Hampshire Harvey D Goulder of Cleveland j Rr Adm Robley D Ev ans and Eugene Griffin of the General Electric Co- Having Just returned from the lath mus with Secretary art the cruiser Columbia has been ordered to return there immediately to carry a draft of 260 marines to relieve those who havo been stationed along the line of railroad Charles Denby of Indiana qualified as chief clerk of tho state department and assumed the duties of that office AmOrl1C3IIore were burned about 1000 bales badly dam aged and several hundred bales scorch ed by the fire which started in the grounds used jointly by the Central of Georgia railway and the Atlantic Compress Co Columbus Ga Russian revolutionists in Chicago are collecting money to purchase arms on the Isle of Pines protest against the isand being turned jver 19 Cuba They have elected a provisional government and will send a delegate to congress and lay the matter before that body The Amerf ans own fivesixths of the ground on the island and about halt of the popu ation 3000 are Americans Lieut Commander J H Gibson who Corm re than wo years has In HJinmadd oftho naval dispatch Dolphin detached from boatI nand of thaKfesel on 3t1tDcl1e f J t olf i J 11 t rl w l1 t J = 7 J I V- L SEA LEVEL CANAL Will Have a Width of 150 Feet at the Bottom It Will Coat In the Nelgborhood of 250000000 Lmon Bay Will Be One of the Greatest Har bor In the World Washington Nov 20Alter consid ering the problem for more than three months the board of consulting engi neers which was appointed by Presi dent Roosevelt to determine upon tha kind of a canal that should be con structed across the Isthmus of Pana ma decided to recommend a sea level waterway instead of a lock canal Washington Nov 20Tho sealevel canal at the Isthmus which has been voted on by tho members of the con suIting board of engineers will have a width at tho bottom of 150 feet ex copt in the Culebra cut where that width will be 200 feet The greater width in the Culebra cut is necessary to allow two ships to pass each other safely between tho high banks of tho canal which will bo formed by the very deep excavation The plan as adopted by tho board would make Limon bay one of tho greatest harbors of the world Almost through the middle of the bay a break water will be built and a shorter break water will be built from San Cristobal whicn Is American territory thereby leaving Coon which belongs to tho republic of Panama outside of the American canal works The cost of tho sea level canal is es timated by the engineers about 250 000000 Although this amount seems much larger than tho amount neces sary for the construction of the lock canal it is claimed by tho advocates of tho sea level canal to bo in reality only comparatively slightly higher It was pointed out in the meeting of tho board that a lock canal would neces sitate between 30000000 and 40000 000 as payment for the private grounds and lands belonging to the republic of Panama which would bo Inundated by the construction of tho lock system This item In the view of the majority of the board Is entirely done away with by the adoption ot the sea level canal FIRE IN A DliSTILLERY Over 800000 Gallons of Whisky and a Warehouse Destroyed Conncllsville Pa Nov 20At tho A Overholt distillery at Broadford 810000 gallons of whisky furnished ft spectacular fire entailing a Ibsspt 4 000000 Loss fully covered by insurance The main bonded warehouse was burned to kr ground A steady northeast wind w100 blow the flames toward the cigvo gheny river saved the town of Br jwlord the buildings of the H C Frick Coke Co and the D O railroad station from destruc tion Smoke was first seen Issuing buildingItracks Joseph McDonald and George Patekln employed of the company climbed jjp the fire c QIpe and opened one of the stnrl rjn leers They were caught in a loud of smoke which suffocated them ami they dropped un conscious on tho fire escape They were rescued by ott r workmen FUNERAL WITHOUT A ARALLEL Ingot of Steel Permeated With Flesh Blood and Bones Buried Philadelphia Nov 20A funeral without a parallel In Lia city took place at tho Mldvalo steel works where a40ton ingot of steel permeate with tho flesh bood and bones of two workmen Was buried with the solemn rites of the Roman Catholic church The workmen who were so strangely laid away were John Forkin and Joseph Gazda two foreign speak- Ing laborers who met a horrible death- a week ago They were in a pit near i cupola containing many tons of molten steel A plug gave way and 80000 pounds of the fiery fluid poured from the cupola and overwhelmed them The men were completely incinerated and not a trace of themsolvea or their clothing was left ADISASTERAT8EA- eteamer Struck on a Rock and About 100 Lives Were Lost London Nov 20The Southwestern railways cross channel steamer Hilda was wrecked by striking on the rocks off St Male on the north coast of France and it is believed that 100 or more of her passengers and crew wero drowned The Hilda left Southamp ton Friday night for St Mao with considerably more than 100 souls on- board Her passage was greatly delayed by a fog in the channel and when nearing St Malo she ran into a severe snow storm apparently missed her course and foundered on the rocks off Jardin lighthouse three miles from Bt Malo Mormons Emigrating To Mexico Mexico City Nov 20Almost dally large numbers of Mormons from Salt Lake City Utah are coming to this country anti forming colonies in many states throughout the republic Some of these colonists are contemplating locating In the state of Tamaulipas AntiJewish Riots In Klshlneff London Nov 20The Bucharest correspondent of the Dally Chronicle reports that on Saturday antiJewish rioting took place In Klshlneff result- Ing in pillage and arson anJ that many persons were killed Dr Emil Preetorlus Dead St Louis Nov 20After suffering for one week from blood poisoning re suiting from a slight scratch on the leg Dr Emil Preetorlus 78 editorin chief of tho Westliche lost and nester jt the German press In the west died at his home- Gran6ers Held Memorial Services Atlantic City N J Nov 20The National Grange patrons of husbandry held memorial services which were attended by 2000 grangers and their wives Chief Granger Aaron Jones presided Died at the Age of 93 Newark N J Nov20Mrs Oz9 U Fitzgerald mother of Bishop Fits reraW of the Methodist Episcopal shurch is dead in this city aged 9 a oors She had for more than 50 years jonducteil revival and other CT1cesIThq Yellow Fever In Havana Havana Nov 20rNo new fever ases have been reported here Of the six suspected cases at the Las An Unas hospital UTH were discharged jtittwo suspected cases are under eta ervatlon I p A f rt JfJ 1NTERRUPTEDDEATH SCENE Little Eva Displayed Her Versa Ullty Before Taking Sinai Plight danteSintomate pljye is not a new practice by any earlierjnyzn the of a somewhat startling sort A number1 of wellkno rn actors were discussing this subject when one of the oldest of the thatthorAcer than most of you and no exam hasbeensouthern Illinois years We wcro out with a onenightstand piece and smalltownthatthereas an Uncle Toms Cabin company haJ the house for a farewell This anddtcidedLittloIwaslight and angels all singing says little singinhoneydescended from her deathbed andexecuted as lively a song and dance as one could ask for When she had finished and acquowledged the thunderous ap to1Ilcrspecia11Aalways the most convincing And that ia wht has impressed us most in reading the regard to Dodd a byDavissaysIdull heavy pains in the small of my back sometimes it passed into my stomach at other times up between my shoulders When it was in my stomach I was doubled up and hardly knew what to do for the pain I was to take all kinds of remedies and did so but with out getting any relief Then some one told me to Dodd Kidney Pills 1 got a bozand began The first few doses gave me relief by the time I had finished them all the pain was gone and I have been well ever since Not R Lightweight Youve made a mistake in your pa enteringthethe competitors at that athletic match yesterday and you have called inc the wellknown lightweight champion editorNoitsconfoundedly awkward because you sec Im a coal merchant 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Jobbsriigoyourcameiiers IHISLINE- dorsshure I 4 I rJf 2 0 v OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK t OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO- b OWINGSVILLE KY r i SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE WWWit r ti Address oil communications to 4 V Tnic OUTLOOK PtmueiiiNG Co or to atl jr UOHAKKR OwingBville I Ky- v Subscribers desiring a change of tadt1res should give previous i88fwhen1tritingl of sta ry fact on n r eeparato slip of paper 7 No commission is allowed to any t tbody on Ptiliscriptione A OUTLOOK is sent ono year j for nne dollar six months for sixty cpntp three months for thirtyfiveH j fl vents THURSDAY NOV 23 1005 t I 0 =r a IT is norated Nrumitl that W jlluldemin of Louimtle will try y ci to bent both Pnynter and Black r to the U S Senatorial slat If Pnynler has what is cliiimrd for it t IMhOis praciicully elected nl I y i ircady NORWAY wii 9 too distrustful of her selfgoverning capacity and of the gooii will nf heryiieighbors to 5ktry to go jt iulojie ft the elected Ptlnco ChnrleB of Denmark fcine He takes the throne with the title i of Haakon VII nnd will be crown eel July 27 1905 i TUG tire ficndhitd the time ofrpq his life when at Bradford Penn z n Sunday he consumed 18000 ftnrreU containing 810000 gallons r of fine eightyearold rye whisky 3l was a 84000000 jag for the r I V K H C Prick was the pun lple owner of the lost spirits 4 7TUE Board of Consulting Engin cers of the Isthmian CanalCommis- sion by u vote of eight to five fav Tfedmaking the Panntrin canal FpaJevelI instrnd of a locked ennui On this Board were fivoof the most expert foreign engineers from Oc different nations The dippatch dijlnt slY how the five foreigners yoled Some of these days the dirt1 P Iij mt6y In that great ditch r ttireti lircathitt defeated at the f Jute ejection have flied noticcB ofZ fr 1t Inr fraud hribeiy andJ Mntfmldatinn As theElection Board i i probably dominated byHargie dherents their hullco ie irllt rlte ufiirufstvornbIo decision but thej- jI wiM Ante to nke their finish In the i r l cojTrfewjuch nVay decide otherwise i TnB Czar of Unepia like a tray t Her in the wildu of his country pur J issued by a great pack of waive is throwng to the people ono after another of his cherished posses eionsjn the almost hopeless effort ht8dynll8tyUytli8Iat are offered easy Terms by which to 5cUreabutjne t rd ot the lands iE ropean1llsla Cor tlielr owz 1Mi r CORRESPONDENCE i rIf t SUpper FlatCreok jifit Mi 8Crlt Lane her been visiting Prf i relatvesaSaItXickthe past week- WiC Glover sold to Walter QuI I J Xs C enberry twcIcowsaud calves rorG2 J 3teifn vlh nid Q OLane went V iuveek to the mountiilna onnv k poori4 L tc LclngUn1on- t LI Iirer are busy gntherin rtvati It p AquVJjihnBon was in Salt Lick Je t 1jqbn fMCa FftYor YalewentJ to Suit Lick Tuesday f i I ilra Ella Jackson arid Mrs Shaw were ia Salt Lick Wednesday y tMis Fanni Abbott went to Yule c last tJtsdl1ttQsee Ethel John- t eelIi 7 JoeandMarshaI1 gswet1 sold f7Iciefltind with improvements t t iieThQftas for 600 y i Bra Roundtreo and family vUlt r etlWHIBrown and family near 1 u SundayF4t i s j l4 yiiii the arm3receIed ins dls r l JY 3 argend returned Iiocnereceht f t sif MrdggIsuffcring wi t hetom woodchopjJ rr thop his wooil t 4 10 1 rBthstA t t1IUi Snelling h SIck r irsWIJ Scott was in Cincln t r ritiJailtweekz 7iJJ8h8iwasteprsentedat Mt- v i kz StiriinCudrL Monday e 4 lt fMrallarper of Covington was l ict Vs haleys l 1 VmJ Day and fawfly cero in rr J Mntgncery county undltY and t t ii IMoiitIay yi olf Uokihhtntime is hers lndwe 5iie- veI1J sJllrlritMtJltckbunc8unlhu Sel bundance- WafrJUcCrayJ2 it f 1 and wife of North t f J Middieibwn visited relatives here t Ifi Sdurdtiy- iii i rjrf MrsAETrul boofNlch010-Btt l cbHBty visited her mother Mrs wjekIr j MrQluKhlnt Cincinnati put 1 t paganliu engine or TolD Roll 7 ik r iuii ta run his teed cutter with i j fpt TIysne of the men f 4 jhiave thi gus iid dogeout aid i 7t 1t t1 Drer kaIbIt has thio himself to h lu8 ties r ii p Iii p T5Ji3 ohlowlsgittieoded the fu 1 fje f erifcurjikl bfJohn McAhisiert t J yArrsainlthurn wife Mr8 Will t t t Bard Dr Sioiie Ohio Arrasmith- XerfynnMrfdul1 ti Mra Milt Rutlifrt f a d4Ivqatlr i i3f 4 i- J f F i 5J Jtt f r 4f J Ic y 4tr i st i- ric J 3 if J hJ it tl 1fi J l r P J 11 ci fi tP p AJJ t o v wriq visitingfriend8 The purvey of the Ewing heirs land is finished j A little child of Wm Warners ia critically ill Howard and Glenn Piersull are in Clark county rabbit hunting this week A great ninny attended the burial of Itike SIniltir Saturday at the Stull graveyard Miss AliceMHlewho istoaching FLuff here made a flying trip to her homo at Wyoming last week Wm Pat Pienmll A W Jones John Williunis antI William II NcI l son were here on a hunt They found hinds very pciirce Col Nel eon scored three to the other ten tlemenri one The other boys were tine shots around tho fireside lit it were no good afield Moores Ferry Mst of the people hiivu cribbed their corn around here W RRaznr took two work mules to Ml Sterling Monday to sell There was u shower of rain here Saturday night which was needed very much Miss Vick Kinney of Forgo Hill petIt Sunday hero with her brother Lewis undIunily Mace Kiesick returned Thursday from Indiana where ho hud been shucking corn for some tme George KiRick will move th week to near Spring Hill Fleming county Ho will be missed as he was u good bliieksnjitlu lien Hall Chins nn burn nnd Chits Peed of Alt Sterling were here a fow days lpt wctk bird hunting but did not get many birds Thero ure not many birds about here Flat Crook- George Fnssctt visited Arch IC Mctculfe Saturday night Miss Lizzie Carmody viaitedMrs Robert Shields Monday night Mrs Saroptn Steele of Sidevie visited frienJs here lost week Mrs Alfred Steele lJ1entTuesd y night with Mrs Robert Shields Misses Maud and Ora Metcalfe were In M Sterling Saturday MIRe Myrtle Baker IB visiting Miss Iva Oakley of Roes Run Virgil Barnes spent a few day p last week with friends on P cled Oak Misses Minnie nnd Snub Fole entertained thp youngfolks Satur day night John Chandler nail wife went Friday to visit the luitcrs brother James Highley Ilss Pickctt Motcalfc spent from Thursday until Saturday with Ml Sterling friends Mrs W M Grnerznd little dauglucr Lelu went Thursday to ntIHillsboro Mrs JTlioyd isqWt sick Chas E lloyd was in MaySrJIlo Saturday John Turner Slirout of Bethel visited relatives hcie last week Misses hattie Arnold and Hmtie Cooper of Helena visited MissLou the past week James Gnrdiner of Mt Carmol visited his brother E H Gatdincr and family the past week M ADenton bought ofMrsLutie Winters her residence here for600 Possession given March 1 Gleuv Williams and wile visited the formers brother Ab Williams and family Saturday and Sunday E W Browning bought of A C Zimmerman his farm near Tilton for 50 per acre possession given Inl Mrs Anna Emmpns and MTF Stephens of Owingaville visited 1Ir8J3 AvEmmdrisi Saturday and Sunduy JSSterllDgMUl1dlaI Mrs W A returned to htr home in Winchester Mrs Crit Lune of Ewington is the guestof her nfece Mrs Law renee White tLittleton visited Misf Lena Tansy Saturday and Sunday 5r 0nlHermlln a Mrs Hurvo James Hunters andtheir dogs arrived on every train hat week Gum 18Bald toibe v 3ry i8carce rEd Patterson of Winchester I passed through here Saturday en route htO from H trip to Yule Mrs Win Ingram who is a pa gfromftrhjmceEiri being conducted at the ChrUtfah Church by Brother Combs is attended bj large crowds und much interest is manifested c aTbChristian Church will gfv nn old fatlnoned box supper on Thankst1 Hdhulinvitatlonyoung people of the surrounding couniry are especially invited to come and bring boxesIn AUCTIONEER you wanttbo elJrvlces of an auc tlbneer call on ue Terms reason able GEORGE H JGODGELL OdessaKy edj tt 7 iX Ip4 tfr t p rl t J Navlors Branch killdneighborhood James Barber sold one steer to Peed it Luth nun at 3c und 5 at 31c Asa Barber sold a cow to Peed Lalhram for 23 and bought one of Clell Cllylo fur 21 Wm Manley anti little daughter Mamie went Sunday to visit Neul Mauley at Afhlnnd Sam Stone visited his pnrents Tom Stone and wifeneurReynolds ville Saturday and Sunday Misses Lithe Bailey anti Millie Goodpastcr visited Miss Earl Fitz nick Saturday night and Sunday Grange City T K RatlilF is in Cincinnati this week Several parties sold hogs at 4c to Wilson and Drennen and Fligbry Kipeick Drop sold three mules to Saunders Bros of Poplar Plains for 410- Marion Story and L G Rigdon were in Maysvillu last week on business Misses Addie Newman nod Min nie Walton visited nt Edens Chapel Saturday and Sunday Misses Fannie Colliver and Liz zio Bradley vicited Miss Agnes Sncdegar at Wyoming Saturday nnd Sundays Misses Lizzie Gray and Maud Kipsick visited Miss Ndllie Myers nt Wyoming Saturday and Sun J day and attended chnrch lidS Nellie Govor of near Mt Sterling and Miss Carrie Vice of Olla isited Misce Mary Cut right Maud Rigdon and Emmu Collivcr Saturday d Sunday Olympia C H Graves was in Cincinnati on business last week Mrs Will Penix was in Owings yule shopping Friday Mrs J M Steele visited friends at Stopstono lust week Miss Gallic Jackson of Preeton vil led friends here Friday Mr French of Mt Sterling vis ted C H Graves Inst week Miss Anna Shultz visited friends ut Preston Saturday and Sunday Dr Clark bought G W Younpc property where Clyde Young lives H O Irwin and little t1l1l1 hter- Anm F went to clncinnatiFriday- v J T Moore returned home after a few weeks stay at his coal wine last week Miss JuliaWilliamsnnjofPreston visited her sister Catlm Saturday and Sunday Dock Cannon nod wife of Nich olascountyvisitfd his slater in law Miss Clell McGlosson W It Swarts unit wife whllhadI been in West Virginia live months returnqd home Saturday Algin Clark and Misses Cutha Williamson and Lizzio S warts were in Owingsville Saturday Jot WilliamBelitldrenof Preston viditc i therr grandfather Coleman raclit Saturdayand Sunday Miss Bessie Fowler has returned home afier twwe k8i1tnJwith her grandmother on Licking river Sid Warren arid rchHoerlDule who had been in Illinois three or four weeks returned borne Satur duy Douglas Smith and wife of CovI ington are visiting the Inttcrs sister Mrs Tutu Jackson who is vary poorly Mrs Kate Costigun and little daughter Adu May visited her sinter Mrs Huntnt Sbarpshurg Saturday and SunduyI UpperIhIto Oak ilraRoe Manley is no better oCI herillneea Several from here attendcdCourt nt Mt Sterling Monday DS Hawkins went to Salt Lick Saturday returning Sunday The infant of Lee Butcher and wife is quite sick with train fever Remember Sunday and come to church for there will be preaching at White Oak S B Hawkins has completed his new meat house nnd is now ready o slaughter his hogBt On Friday morning Novi 17 the grim reaper Death stole peacefully AmmyEvermann nd lender little flower her grand ddugliter tho daughter of John W Power and wife of Roynoldsville a Mr and Sirs Power came Nov 6 to attend the bedside of Mrs Mart cy who is very sick and while there the little one was taken Dick They came on to Mrs Evermane thinking it would recover could return howe but it rapidlyI rew worse until Friday its spirit the frail tenement of clay and waswafted Heavenward there to join the angels and ever be aguid ing star to its now sorrowing par ute but dear parents do nucweep that have no hope for hrist said Suffer little childrenc come unto me and forbid them ot for of such is the kingdom of eaven And you may meet her where there is no pain and sorrow Little Ammy was aged two ears and three months She leaves father and mother to mourn their- loss and brother and twin sister too young as yet to understand and realize their IOBP God in His f goodness saw lit to transplant the little blossom He had givxn into your keeping so He has taken heru home where all is bright and tiful and wherd she now stands to hold the gates ajar for you We in extend our sympathy to the bereav parents I t tf U 1 Ii Fairview Corn gathering the order of the day It43uW S Wnodard sold some corn nt 7Gperbbl Lcoivird Andnrsoii sold twoiycar old unities for 3G George Kirk bought two hogs of Leonard Wilson at 5c toSilltigo WHendrixT D Anderson bought of Park Hornback lIve shoals for 15 The turkeys were nil lakcn out of this neighborhood last week at 12c Bill Littleton gave tho young folks a singing Tliiy report n good time A I Rogers fell off u barn roof nnd 11II1rovlug ICrooksArthur Barnes IE quite sick Bob Stewar of Heynoldsville was lucre Friday Miss Ida McNabb of Salt Lick is visiting here Mrs Jas Hughes of Lesinglon is visiting relatives here Arch Hovcrmnle of Olympia visittd friends Here Sunday OlympiisRandolph Nixon of Enterprise visited his parents hero Sunday Mrs Press Barnes and daughter are visiting relatives at Clay City Miss Muy Nixon visited relatives ut Suit Lick Saturday and Sunday Misses Lillie Johnson and Anna Shultz were in Owingsville Satur dtuyB D Nixon visited relatives It Midland City Saturday und Sun day Mrs S T Jackson nod Miss Callie Jackson visited at Olympiu Friday Mrs Green Garrett of howard Mill visited Mm Arthur Barnes Friday Miss Anna Shultz of Pond Lick visited relatives here Saturday und Sunday Wilson Hendrix two carloads of cattle to Cincinnati Saturday Bud Lemaster went to Carter county Saturday to Bee hid father Will is quite sick Mrt G R ArmstrongIf Ml Sterling was theguest of friend lucre the past week Dave Cliandler of White Onk visitta hit brother iti liiw JulF Davis lee Itrys the past oek Peed t Jathreuw sllllpedII Jlr load of cuttlu to CineiniVHti Thurs day nod two rurloiids Saturday Mrs J T Hovenuale nnd son Cofbettj of Olympia were nuestt of Mrs Henry Johnson Iliureduy Ewell Williams und skater visit ed their grandparents Colh Jac son ujul wife ut Dlyuiplu Salur duySind Sunday t Stoops Eras us Carter has returned Crc mSpnimigfluhl 111 C S 1Oomas and futnily moved to BII nell last wtuk J W Coyobf Prickly Ash WU hro Thursday and Friday Hack Shoiit sold bbls of corn lo J H QilluMiiIu at 2 per bbl Mrs T N toous Bourbon coat ty liars been visiting relatives here J II Gllluspie bougbtOB Spratte pltltoPlersall Bros sold a field of corn to John C Trimble at Sper bbljudgeU In the Held John F Grooms visited relatives near Jeilesonville from Saturday till Monday The expiration of the goats law is being royrlly celebrated in this noljjliborluiod Mostof us should own automobiles for no other reason to keep ahead our creditors Miss Leon JI rBanof North Mid dlutown visited her aunt Mrs Titos Warner last week T R Bowcn nnd family have re ceiitly returned to Kentucky from Bloomington III Miss Sallie A McDonald was call etl to the bedside of her sister ut Mt Sterling last week crophaByet appeared in the field Poplurthe family WMKUsIck last week yAifreyJohn Grooms Thursday and Iiriday O B Spratt amid family will move this week to near Sharpsbiirg Wu neighboraA scientist snys ho hits discovered new species of bug We trust to the prophets that it is not another ono of those humbug species The newspapers havo published picture of a man who vows he has never kissel nor been kissed by lair woman His picture is the best wit In the case About two thirds of the voters of Ky rfortot to vote on the Consti tutional Amendment Kentucky iJI noted for many thliigsbut wo think forgetfulness heads the list just now WP hear It Insinuated that next year 1900 will be locust year Mr Editor can you tell us whether it is fact or not Yes the 17year lo usts rune due then having last enned in IBS9Ed1IStepstone Frank Brownwho has been down with lumbago the past week is able to bo aroundigain Miss Susan Mozley and brother Joe visited relatives in Shurpsburg rom Friday till Monday WT Ragan left Monday foma iver Johnson county to ith lila son Charlie and wife Geo W Carter and wife of Ow sville spout Sunday with his soninIuv Jas U Myers and Cam ilyI f S1O4i 65 iJ JIZiIILeslie P3ine has accepted a po sition as tjlerk with the firm of Chennult 4 Orear in Mt Sterling Buick Glnter had a corn housing on the Johnoon turin They shuck ed andTtioused 80 barrels from sun till sun Miss Eva Karrick and brother Cecil spent Sunday with hid r cousin David Estill and wife on upper Stepstono Mrs E L Payne and children visited her hrotherin law Samuel Estill and familyatWyouiingfrom Friday till Sunday R R Thompson and EL Wiltlon- did sonic line hunting Wednesday and Tliureday the former killing 62 and tho latter 37 rabbits John Dunnuwoy has moved from tho White Oak neighborhood to the old J L Williams house und is working on the road as section hand Bertha antI Lottie Bittinger nnd their nunt Miss Mildred Garrett spent trom Saturday till Monday with their cousin Newt Reed nnd family on Peeled Oak Sundaynson Jr and family and such a dinner us he did make away with well think it must have been the first one since the election that he ate A lively time was had Thursday at the home of W T Thompson The room was well filled with worn en when he turned loose in plain view Mr Mouse and thenwell you should have seen the folksBut then you could have heard them a pquare away Well we of course went up Salt river week before last but HS we were clear out of wind paddling our own canoe and couldnt help them in their singing they woulJ not allow us to stay long ndohere we are againus it didnt tukc much wind with their assistance and the down stream to get back and wo lire ready for the next vote LIVE STOCK MATTERSSOhB- nid the fair summer boarder as a couple of calves gamboled ucroa the meadow what pretty little cowli ta Yew nit mistaken manm said the old farmer Thems bullets ExMARK TWAINS IHEA NewJTprk tJy l8lurk Twulll has sug geiateda remedy fur bossism a way fo overthrow the Murpbyo the McCnrrens and theCoxes and make them stay overthrown He believes lira irentuient will nut entail the abandonment of that habit grow n so dear to mil t citizens of till ijreai Kepulilic of voting for their party candidates Under the new order of things a mars who caI hip first ballot liar thrDnnncTutic nna ine ansI hue done co every dhctia n since hecniief his father nn his gr ndfnther were partisan Demo crutp may continiio lo vote the Deinocrntio ticket and advise his fiin to votethe PUIIIO why with ill t qpinfortinjj nopurance lhuat 1m will lie hllllttlyCIIIwlngthe diftajcs of hi e andifhut the elee lion of his notuinie will wean po litiqul purity no hopoea und the poseibleMr tuple to bringabout thix ptnto oftpoliticnl perfeciiiin All that Is required is the orgaiiizulion ofa lrIll3uneIl th rl parly call it inus wnnip you culture which shall coniinually hold the balance of power in muni cipal State and national elections It must be a party with no candi dates and no political or personal interests to furlherand its members may not even suggest the appoint meat ofany of their friends to of Lice ILls a peculiar condition but none the less true staid Mr Clemens that the political liberty o f which we are ro proud is mninl y responsible for the existence of the political boat At any election the people if they choone unity turn out the whole crowd This is shown by the reelection of Mr Jerome by citizens who believe in his honesty of purpose and that his qualified lions fit him for the odlce of District Attorney Butt tpis very power which rests with the people is accountable fur the laxity which permits the Mur phys and the McCurdys arid the McCulls and Hegemans to flourish getobosses or those in office who repro sent them we have an unfailing remedy We unity apply it at any- tiDleand for titan very reason w 0 dont until some flagrant net causes an upheaval such us wo have just seen in this city and inPhilndelphia and in some other places If you ask me what I suggest as a temody for present conditions tell that some one a man ofI great executive ability JohnWanu maker for instance will have to enlist all his energiesin the formation of a permanent third party It must be composed of mcii who are willing to give up all nfllllatinnn with either of the great parties Nui wan in it can have any political aspirations He must not have any friends whom hwishcs to push forward for political preferment The sole reason for tho existence nf this new third party must be to elect the candidate of either the Democratic theRepublicao party who is believed to be the best fittod for the office for which he is nomi n it ted It is not the idea that this in dependent party is to consist of another fog of nonindividualities to bo swung in a tunas for any wind date nt any ones dictation There would bo nobody who could deliver that vote in u mass It is a party made up of separ te individualities holding and prizing the privilege of voting ns lie chooses the root to vote as they choose and therefore you have this result that if the candidate of one of the great parties is conspi cuously a bettor man than the cup 4 T f2 i i dldate of the other great pirty i is bclieveable ihni tliu iiuiopeniient party wmilil vote asa uiusa for that WI1S I have ofien wondired at the condition of things which Ret aside amorality in politics und make ptm- sible the election nf men whose un fitness Is apparent A mother will tench her boy at her knee to tell the truth to bo kind to avoid all llIin81takintions PO that he niav grow up pug reseed or all time mainly viriuesund the father of that boy will when it copies time for his sun to cast his inn vote take him nniilo and ail wire him to vote for a bud man who iron the Democratic ticket because he has always adhered to Demo cratic principle Could anything be wore absurd WOMANU VArGraciousu Mrs A hut you have a pretty baby I Yes Mrs nnil the neighbors say he is beautiful No wonder lIe is just a little sugar ball of sweetness And the neighbors say he is the Hprettiest boy in the neighborhood Ermine excepted No exceptions What Do you mean to say that homely little brat could com pare with my baby when it comes to beauty Why tIme nerve Chicago News ADVlcESpenkerCnnnon UncleJoetold the following story one day when liewished to emphl1 size Ihe necessity for telling lbs whole truthuntl further how a mann tuny be deceived by half truth A man rented a house but after looking ut it went back to the tiueni with a complaint Yuu profess to have told me the truth he stormed but you have nut told me the whole truthTheres that lawn for instance Really sirprotested the agent I distinctly remember describing the lawn nnLlIS very nice lawn it i Ob yes went on the kicker You told me there was a lawn but you didnt tell me that the nearest owner of a lawn mover lived two tidIes away Where amfl to borrow lawnmower sir Answer me thntr Ex- AMEIUCAK titan PRICKS Jerome K JerometheEnglish humorist attn playwright having exhausted hut self in interviews concerning the relative qualities of English und American humor turned his alLen lion today to a talk on American culinary art as contrasted with the cooking of hill native country Throwing caution tothe winds Mr Jerome declared that Amcrieanu serve better roast beef than is pro curable in Great Britain pfople talk about the roast heel of old England to often referred to us the national dish of British HiIJt lie said vbut II nimbt to be the roast mutton Thai is really IIurrilltiunllldi8hI1n ve know better hovv tllClillk it thin you AmericqiiH di lie leclnluieil against the espen PCS American cooktd foodMHying that at home he id almost a vegcta nun Hut here in America he fluid it is nothing but meat and rico fllurlsr As I urn tf ilino witJi a friend thifl evening will have to tackle meat for the third tiuic dont sympathize with your certainlyifthe meats dunt kill me the cold food will finish the work Wily you freeze everything You ice your wines until I cant tell what I am drinking Your desserts are BO cold that they give me the stomach yourfsure to be distressed nil night Then as to your prices I he continued they are simply awful A dullir here does not go so far in your restaurnntsas a Khilling would go in one of the bestLnnilon eating houses Ive been thinking ever since arrived that if a mini could only work in New York and eat In London what a jolly big bank uc count lie could manage to aocumu late NewYork Special toUhicago Inter Ocean KEMARKAHLE BCCIATM Pbiladel phinPu Nov 19cfllnerlSl with out parallel in this city took place today from tho Midvale Steel- Works where n forty ton ingot of steel permeated with flesh blood and bones of two workman was buried with solemn rites of the Roman Ctholic Church The work man who were so strangely laid away wensJohn Forkin and Joseph Gazdu two foreign speaking labor ers who met a horrible death a weehugo They were in a pit neara cupola containing many tons of molten steel A plug gave way and 80 000 pounds of fiery fluid poutedh from the cupola and them The men were completely Incinerated and not a truce of them or of their clothing was left The Midvale Steel Company was averse to selling tbe eteel or using for the purpose intended and it was decided to bury it with the J rites of the church to which the t unfortunate men belonged Accordingly the forty ton ingot oval in shape twenty eight feet lung six feet wide numb five feet thick was moved last week by t traveling crane to the rear of the machine r shop where a grave ten feet deep I should be made The great mass- If metal was laid in the hole and a glatform was built over it so that w performed I In the center of the platform wi an opening six feet in diameter A great crowd sought admission but only the two sisters of Gazda and about 100 workmen wore per witted to attend the service along with officials of the company All heads were bared and flags u were lowered at half stair while two priests conducted the services After tho siptersof Gazda had been cd away the great ingot was cov JS5 c r JS t ic f dd J c 7 ip1 JFD Irr 2 L rl j G ott E rr LJt t r L c rc r L 0 tS F 4 1i01 t rc c IVil w a FR J j 4 f r Virginia Screened l1mp ig and Pluto Cann- 1C r 0 i r4jIO 1 0 r l iE TELEPIIONEJ i1WRITE OR 1t ROSE RUN IRON CO OLYMPIA KY ered with earth find the funeral party dispersed The grave of the men will bo appropriately marked by the company AN AMERICAN WORSTJCD A Yan kee passenger in R train the other day wits wearying his fellow tray elena with tall stories otd re m irked We can start with a twelvestory hotel ope month and have it finished the next This was too touch for tho burley York shlremnn who lOut next to him Man thats nowt he replied goiglion stones of a row of houses and when uhve bin coming hume at niet theve bin putting the folks out for backrent It BUCK FzvRTbe old guide sat on the front porch lazily blowing sraoltd at the mosquitoes from his i pipo His theme was the curious action of people when tLry fee deer or big game He called the peculiar action buck fever Yes sir when I witS guiding it 1 saw lots of peoplo have buck fe Yet They act the queerest way WhyIguntf on the ground when they saw a deer Illsouletimeslheyhnotln to tie nir or into the ground think ing they are Ulling time animal full of holes They actually go plumb crazy About every With hats a way of his own of acting when bes got the fever Sums will tara anti gape away sand not think a thing of theirlri nut the qtieerust ease I ever herdofOre witS when I had a party from New Turk up Twin Luke One of this men in thit party wont clutin crnzyand ic took him nigh on tn an hour bi tore ho come slUt of it lie wasnt viulent or anything of that t ort hut just unit of Ina head llwa a bear that gave him the buck fever ard I suppvso thats why he got it so bad Jt was one morning at breaJcV fast timtj th t iunll inp = TJB f was cooking tater vwninn and other staLl to eat while the fetlir went down tu thn bronk anti wAS- hed thumsflvet They hndall wish Iup except tine feller who wits hute getting up Ho went town t the i brook alone and by and byhl came back Wbort he cttnu into the door tiid first thing he did WUB t081IIIIIIIn one lout an swing around on it with his other foot in the tilt I looked at him and thought he WISP doing it fur fun out I remember afterwards that IIIK eyes sort of bungtd outu little After lie swung astound he went tit the towel and wiped his face After be did that ho up anti swung around on the toes of his foot again Then he took his tooth brush and n cup of water und wash ed his teeth anti when he got through Ill be blnwed if he didnt up and swing around on the toe of hiii shoe with his other foot In the air just ns be did before h Stove In happy today said one of the fellers must be going to kill n deer Stevenson didnt say n word but planted himself before the looking glass anti began to comb his hair Pretty quick he finished and took another swing aroundHo whip ped out a funny kind of knife and fixed up lila finger nulls swimgr around putt on his collar his tie i then his coat anti idiot like swung around alter he had done each of these things It was crazy actions but we supposed he was just doing it for fun Then be got down lila gun and started for the door Where are you going said I Breakfasts about ready BearI bear said hennd he up tumid swung around and his eyes popped and stuck out like nn owls I jumped and grabbed my gun and made for the door with the other fel lows after me We run down to the brook Stevenson came along and uspointedbear Well till man so long fixing up that I knew the bear- Vllson the other side of thin mona j iu by that time But we wonp down the brook where it had nd there In the sanil was the bigI gcat trucks of a bear I evei seedWhen Stevenson saw tuck ono foot in the air wbirld around and fellto tboground nndeep pourtd8olllwhiskydoWnhis pDido have clean forgot what hlSdhUP d went to the tl IItlPeldolngWhy ho said nthe1thwhirledstarted for the camp and the gun Ij suppose Buck skfevsre all laughed bard you bet for assay it was a most curious caseaNe York Tribune so anTIIOSLlverVi Feed Sale StablebOWINGSVILLE d Headquarters for horse and miH t dealers T leph jnv connection k with Preston Station ta The Outlook and daiK f Louisville Post one 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crcatineanatnralactivity in pores thef Ik by in uan perspiration It draws out the removes Blackheads Blotches etc In a perfectly and sure manner If3PP1iCdfreClytOthefaeehviceaday orning hencovercd with a hot towel for two or ree minutes it wilt not only cool aaj t othe but remove the troubles and im part ahealthy peachtblooin glow to the parcnlarwomanParacamph positively does not eoataianything that wilt even the most cooliisgothingd daughter can ose ia the ycarwithpleasingandsatisfactory results you So get a yourruggistnow and get money We itee evci bottle to satisfaction Sold III 2ic 1oc and 100 bottles iThe Paracamph Company Louisville yfy 9HTcJBRQucHQNS rt i i4iI- S 1