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farsJ hlt jtiMAWOD n TniZ ti iiiPLI1NEa tregain ay oLD ti 2ui Wxs anyxpw oNce as is4 ud ordar to do IaC1WUtELL CUKAPER Ta a THAlTOTHEKiS to- Wi Hil8 to trade with t 1 k Wkewywwantseythjsig ia VJIA CALL AI win fiaorfWeBioc Fa r nTh edlwiflbe glad te eee i0IIbiyernnt 1jl 5iJwO ro r x I =vSp hi ij t4 T i7 i if 11 J 1 rra 10 r Jo rt p1 J rr r tJt VaiP 1 PERSONAL Miss Annie Sheeiian hns about ro covered from her illness Dr At M Collins of Floyd COU tbI was in town Sunday Mrs Jesse Tames oflarls visited hor sister Mrs Elvu Catlett thu past week rrsV A Iuoxcf Suit Lick was the guest of Mrs Naunla Stephens the past week Judge H Clay McKee and wife lit Sterling visited AlexCoinier and wife lust week Percy Emerson of Kewport was the guest of friends in town Wtdnos lay of last week Joliti K Richards and wifb will re7Idvisited tier brother Horace Lane und wife the past week- WalterCoyle met with an accident recently that has him confined to blat hume for souieduya Mrs James Williams expects tog0 to Lextngtun tills woek tO lutvo htr- oes treated by a specialist Sheriff elect James WLiVo bgao moving from his farm near Bethel to IIIB residence hero Tuesday Chits Harris Dud wife of Ports mouth Ohio were guests ur Mrs Eliza Harris some days last week Master Tharp lloyd of Carlisle Jits llcell Isituig his grudfuther uau1ru T J Heudrix several days r James leiidleton and wHo nee spendlugMiss Laura Colei ranuville- viIs f the guest of her S tItS W cdUyOhas S 3Jrothcfx of Lexington cnme In Saturday night to visit his lwifeMrs Mnry R Samuels Mrs lilzut Jordan mid Albert Samuels uf Alt Sterling will upend TbiinksgiyhiK with Mr and Mm James M ItusaJ- itlKs Knuiin LIde Iuw6on who ik tttuaidIng eu1legant Lxitigtuii vhit4 tlo lauilly of liarJather JJrme Donaldson went tuPc Ohio to in tpeiul Thaiikpjtlyiug with the latterts Unugliter Mrs j A Jinnliford Miss liitttie Atclilsou will come front CCn IiIiuLitlu34J11ttiiitheteit Lwdies1 and jHlI s1 irl1Itlt Brother4 Urnilicrd See our dren goods 1IIeTIItY ai go cheip GwdbcAoTKit A CutTho weather has been very fine l H rule this tallbul became rather blustery fucHlaJIIg Tlie wruthur lll8 been rjru ornbltt for hogkillitig and uieal niuiiBcs to ktei litHorn Nov 15 lo Harry necIIml wifu net Olyn Aloore J of ft h Sterling 1i Uminliter Kltza belli Lee Airs Wilt tMini Mnd dutightfl Miss Anna hove buck of tllIII iIariueraiVIumierf tile iwn Jiit1on rtut Jlontjjomery county hats hreti apointpdadiuin istrator nf his uncle Col J S Hurt wiur died in Mi Sterling nren C The esineIarsdmuied at 10000 lost IIiIRurleyUrpwersTobaccoCodlKClosVU v- u crop of about 182000000 liounas ofmBirty tobacco this year Only vent tif tills vtis contracted to tliepoinpaiiy whereas 75 per cent to wiItilth3Ja0 lbs outcf about a 4000000 lb roduct 1Hei krAUTuHIUlLE thSterlillautomobile to run bttween iieesh npeotheroRet run between dnt and five LinewHJE W Ch QlfBtJBNEPtollejal d about SfYEraacoloreJCD Sburrrtd at tt1atlibeaofracdtnbtherthejiouse andaw moko Issuing ornthe door She rn fn and found tothembehlndonb dead was BABY DUoFariBi Mayfifteen of oQtbifoJi laughter of Joe Foley he nee Mattie Garner nf in Tear Springfield Church took sick With diphtheria Thursday night ca ying Sunday Burial at the Springfield buryingKround at 11 oclock Monday mornfQg The baby a9 unu8ualybrlgban4lts death she a a blow ttf the young fid arentsGUNNEKSREPbkjaTJje eportF co men usually report game xceedE ingly cnrce and bag very light eaIIMrDoggott80no R art Eo Cat etf the champion partridge bunter of tills section the estimates Jus total this season at se sokrI niheciBgreiKe yMrsAIplieus RGttyiUOlwAft dMikeCrahrS6 rifi i f h i 0 BEAT TUIEJ M Ross sent n telegram from this town to Seattle Washington at 11 oclock u ra Monday Nov 20 It reached there nt 8 oclock a ni the statue day or as he expressed it three liouie b fore he sent it That is an authentic instance Pf beating Old Time him self EAKLT BIKDS Judge John K Cooper of Mt Sterling is said to beout for the Democratic Ccngres eional nomination in the Tenth district Judge H Cloy McKce of Mt Sterling is a candidate for the Republican nomination Judge McKee was a Democrat until a few years ago PNrHPoDucIYnrner brought Monday to havo weighed two 20montliBold ArnericanHatnpsliire g1recpectively ld a sow of seine tock IS mnn1i old nnd weighing 435 poundsThey lire Cull bloods and as pretty hogs as one over sees- TuNKso1vIN oNovember ends lbsnbglvingholiduYt I according to the various Indian lions of the people The staid re ligious element will attend church services in the morning and at dinner time gather at the festal hoard to discuss oyster tuned turkey t with cranberry accompaniments and side dishes in harmony with the turkey scheme The batiks and business hruscs in the main a will be closed giving a Sunday Cd8Uotbe town esce t for the do i partingand arriving of gunner c who will make more or leishliVllcl beelos1lpartridges and rabbits tn uhuiid nnco are now almost destitute ofw feathered and furr denizens RESOLUTIONS OK RESPECT Suit t Lick Ky Nov 211905 Whereas r t hits pleased Almighty God tn cull from labor to rest our beloved broth p Ileuaan Kndlg He was burp Zurich Switzerland April 4 Ei 1950 was iiiade n Master Mason in January 1880 by JMfelpB LodgeNrtc at Furthers Rowan countyKy nt ld later 1rlusJCrrfd hisA ueiiilior a hip to Suit Lit No 682 of which he hail beet1ii4faithln1 and cnnsifrtent lIIeDl cr evtc8lnce mid II led aUiis lute rpyidenre ip Krtrm Ky Nov 20 1905 Flrt iTInrefiire tie It re olved tlIIUItrand principle of ftlnminry hii tir wifaie loving husBitnU hit fhlldeeii- n kind inhrr and lie ioitiuiiitjiij guotl citizf and utf honect main feecond Thiil wo deeply syiupH iiz with his fnniilf mid glintl taut the nitnilnitfialtat olir duty to them ol Third Tfiat ii copy of these res t1 oluiionp be FprcHil upon our records furnii hfU the family of our WINotinVILSjIEUJlAN GCLLKTT rOIl K CIATTON JKPSIE STEELE I Conimitteo WILD Uuaisu UIIIr hsmes to htrk oT neat Reynoldsville who his tw work horses on thetll ghit of Ins September 4wenttQII vill AVedncxday night of lust eek to ntteiid the performance of nnn Rtii Fey the professional itadretader and clairvoyant Be fore glhlg rCIrk hud noWlruIys write down thequestionenlmt he isheil answered iu rpgufd tdlu8 of ot horses Mr Clark took hiss WttS among the audipncn at Liedrr 00nnzme on the stage and a sheet wits ba rown over her A request wits ade thittnllthtosedeslrlngatiawerslo ns on which the questions were ritten After answering about other persons saul there re tlaishfinkrted to spell of Owensboro but rrected herself and spelt of Ow gecihle Ky Slie said ho hud hud horse stolenbut corrected herself nduld two horses ori the night Sept 4 She said Mr Clark Ith would lid his horses by going eight on miles due south of EvnnsvilleInd un where a road forked rind there in the fork a barn covered with gr circus poster In Jot in the rear ce Lbs barn were his horses which to would have ni trouble in eecur the g tion Mr Clark hid held no commnni tion withnnybody In regard to horses otter leaving this town that day Naturally be was aston of ishcd ul the accuracy with which stated purpose and felt con e epee enough in her statement to ro tuat Uome und get lug brother the Geprge to accompany him tnEvans ville Saturday They arrived at elf vausvihhe about half an hour after of midnight Saturday Next morning be rly they hunted up William T augherty Adams Express agent d Judge Clifford Curry former boys that he knew well essrs Curry anti Dangberty en promptly enlisted in the hunt of an locality and horses The four era archedneanlythe whole section uth of Evansville to the Ohio nearlylost careful inquiries but uld be learned of the nothIngd ction I byGeVtiians most Tile only structure they could o ndthat had circus posters on it asa turablodown old dwelling olile After spending 3zh all is aiy Sunday in thoseBrch the party turned to EvansvIlle and Jleesrri Clairfe came borne Monday Jvr p J t rfiiJf i1 A FAILURE Cincinnati Enquirer Nov 21 TheKentucky andOhio Burley Tobacco Growers Ageucia then has practically thrown up its hands and will be dissolved and the second groat attempt in two years to control the trade in leaf tobacco in opposition to the Amer lean Tobacco Company the big manufacturing combine will be abandoned This was forecasted in The Enquirer yesterday This in brief will be the state ment that will be dent out in a cir heudqunrteniIn thousands of tobacco planters and growers in the 98 counties of ken lucky Ohio Indiana and WestVir Inlwhich couilrlso what is known as the White Burley Belt tbo only territory in this or any other land in which the famous commodity can be successfully stud growny causes leading to the failure of the plan to control the white burley crop of 1905 are twofold nand have been plainly cvi dent in tlie trade fur some weeks viz the distrust of the growers as to its ultimate success on account of the scheme last year and the enormous extent of the crop lstlfI which is a record breaker and the largest ever grown in this history of 1gingWaiters of the deal chief of whom s Colonel Archibald Stuart of this IIy relaxed none of their efforts tocary itthrough to n successful eiinrlueipo but all their plans have cotuotoiiaughtowing to the apathy and dIstruistuf the planners who ere to be the principal if not the sole bcniriciaries under the Hcheme o wrest the controlif the market nina the great tnnnufiiPturfng cow line the American Tobacco Com eColonel an uijLui ret rl preflnt1 il lust iiight i and ItlikdJfllr information as to tile collapse of theGi rowers Assucialion lirtt obuolutfly refused to make statement hut when told tlatThe ui4titteraa in full possession nf Hit ladS dhltdluli knowltiljie f tliB circular which wan totil- S tni out ill the planters in Monday nxt hu Djmlly III ththietunJ y ud tr mitted that tile ditial ve2atruual fun ut tht Grower Association for second tilDe had proved rul htc and would be dissolved Theviixiilarl which iItJllwikiprinf will give n full w report if theutltolUlt to tiiial rail the t rrop1 Ilst year find which fell ir ratIhie tkItdeal wasjbulkfd by ihb jowerfu1fr hIcnriarnyvhhihi flrtentedtllttt promotirrf andolllccrs asso ciationfiom obtaining the financial agfi tiin e which had been pledged f control the croplain the present ts attempt control the the tOanIillunclKltll1backin emcured the main lennaof which war tliat tliei Bliould flrt and USIser les25G1000payable immediately upon ignlng nnd Ihen the um L5O0wa 0 woul ie forthcoming till cders to finance the deal After her uiean efforts on the in helwweeks title fund was aliifil1nllto obtain this tigslildowfailure of theschluieItw thenMeetingswere and te tentirewTheokers were to be paid 75 percit an Insbttccoprcferrdd stock of the ailSiHilfi with guaranteed utsn efirstbefore anything else was paidout the profilesc litinprouqplanters lost faith in the sucwiccssoftbefr plans and it is nowth InthocrAtelation in the Burnet House over nth nedsldto join in the movement for leiIttbthelIJererttoW4thnaL Stuart will seb his labors ofwo interescoTbebedoubtful if the plan wilLever be m I prulgedroeedlflg along new UneaJln the i f 01 lS ti J J t BogsOVERCO J Ladles Long Coajs Cravenettes Bestmaterials lowest prices Will you give us a look Then you are surto from us UNDERWEAR OF VLL KINDS RED LION SHflESHigh and Regular Top customma jS9JfCasTifu BARaAINSW are dosing out bo 5 in large sizes Also have some bargainsin soSLESSKfuture in their tight wilh the Am icun Tobacco for the tnil of the marker thirjiaSipal jplierae now beingIlL decrease tile reUSe runt 40 t 50tier cnt- how LUEY SUCICEDED Imp- nsvuhlelCy Nov 24LiIsvulle- istLliere r general Tejoicing roughout the ilHrk tathfac uditi ki of Kentucky n ennessee us result of the anuouneo dii by F G EwioK 4huIrman of executive comniilteeofjtho far ers ussocliitioo of ibe sale of nr1heto WAG Dunnington Joseph Kerigo who liolds the Reie contract The nv rage price srcured was 885 per hundred pound the figures rang Crurtl1tci12 and this will tiring from If 800000 to flQOOOOO the Tamers of the district Tlo ntract ansigntd by the represen tive of MriFerigo and ihe farm association culls for all Ui- ehullltntjpellllr tobacco1 held by Ito- sneiuilinn and when this is deliv will 1eaethe association with s than1 5000 hogshends of other- peson hand unit an enrly a41or is also expected This deal it begun in this city eurlyjnSep bJr Messrs Ferrigo and Dun nington spending several days here person during which time they d n number of consultations with Ewing nnd other officials of the 8ociutioh in regard to the sale ey were nut able to reach an r eulent however and for some e it wits supposed the deal hail- len through but each side was rking on IJt and on Wednesday Onal agreement was made nOd papers signed Messrs Ferrigo Dunnington refuted to go to Ulnrkfiville the nominalheadquar s of the association on account the violent newspaper attacks ichhaud been made on thed there all the hampiea held in that y were shipped berb for their pection sale is the final victory which mly establishes the farmers as tlop whih was only organized ptember 211904 asa pbwer with ich the oppressive tobacco trusts i6t deal hereafter During the si ensuing since thtiorganizafion thells80ei ion the farmers have aictiCed a degree of self sacrifice d heroic adherence to prfnciple h ban won their fight against e larg 8tmoneJedcorporutions the country In signing the pledges the farm place the disposal nt their crop th executive committee of e association entirely This hut- scesititated their doing without e proceeds of their crops ever nco they were finally turned over the association but there have been nl traitors to tho cause The son of sacrifice thus taught the rmers has not only shown to thor- nelrpoerbut lias also been velatInn to the public at large Tile money coming from the stile the Regie contractors will be id yihIa n shot tiuie us the rk of sampling the tobacco will- begun next Monday morning d as soon as completed the fur ail transfer will be madeand the oceedi paidtnthoeeeutive eon eudYrihcwd itrlbuled to tijejt UsU of fiirnui9f1OCth fr t1rJ Winter Weioht Main St- Owirigsville Kentucky rehtire district whletniJltccn was Included in tho sale Previous to this Ito association has soldszInni i 11000 hogsheads Of tohacco nearly ushl of whichitM the lower cia es The 5000 hogsTcarts Vhik h yet remain on hand are of the fin Oct types and the recognition thus given thenl eiIIInbr the Italian lovcrnnipnt Jli fortifies their position ihHtothtrc cbuhlrics ViiI be forced to come In them in order to get the tobacco they must have ij Tho imported nigh riding stud hiollIlocalities throughout the district are Raid to bo much exaggerated Even if these reports are truethey were committed by the wilder iie Went of the members and their ileods are not given the approval of the executive couimHttc or the wore consetyetive members of the organization Wildeyed stories have been spread broadcast rIthese raids when in fact the true statement was that bodIes of farm era liatd gotten together and ridden up to a trust buyer mind quietly asked him to surrender his con tracts and not buy any more tIbacco These were nearly always requtBtllundnot demands as has j brVn stated and in no case WU8I force attempted or threats made Even this inot authorized by trIo association executivesuLOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAKKET Saturday Evening Nov 25New Burley is nut coming tu market as fast ashad been anticipated vhHcI back The reason is u ndinthe fact that there bus been no favor able season for handling and if thuI diy weather continues through Dc cember an it did last year there will be no great amount of new tat bacco coming on tile market before 1906 Toe quality of the new Burley offered this week was rather poor showing UU9C burn and unsatis factory condition The offerings contained few good cropp which included Qimr bright grades umlI these brought better prices the market inJa Ibeingverystrong There wus nocomplaint ndIH18 to the quahityd condition of the old Burley tTund thcro was a bette r demand pitted for nil types andstylesNew durk tubaeaUon sale were or peer quality Lugs were tin changed buIejtf wasin good re quest The old dark offered con fisted mainly of double oldcrmented lugs which were up about thoIbettorTho market on Grion Rhrsw steady nt former prices but this demand was good- A feature of the market this week has been the saloofl200 hogsheads of double old anti old Green River tobacco to tho American Tobacco Ocimp ny1hlt tobacco lute been stored here for some time awaiting sale and probably realized close to 125000 though ns usual the number of pounds and the average price are not made public About 1150 liogsheada have been saw pItal and are awaiting sale and includ ing new and old Green Rivets this stock Irithis market at present is rl1eathY t S- i4a 5A BIAS GIRTH Blanket Crats Woat Coau OtIS t3uggy Robes and tT I Hbrse tSi t JiorLlAIketar n Il1 clacapasLEs theieot Ib o g direc rOltrtf1SAmnrfrttldlftif1lJ p rfj ahtLSEveryone th50 Is fhebe9tlaAk rtudIJ tiJngtoHW ta fl1aijtts etc c tSSpeciatllttentii ito li Uardeis 0 EUONEflTSaAS r wiugvil i If r RAOKEySTORE 1V We liave tifi our Jfali g66ds aite tfroiiNew York and so low yovi caibtMiQt buy c IUdy1 iEa Mulls pair tic Bjacklng Uriiffl- Mens 0 tFelt Boots frulr 125 175 Ale na Insoles palr J11d Ladies ArctiW pair i Sc Heel Plates pair X10 gal Lard Cans w 7 50c Butcher KbI S 3l5tf Outing Clothyard 8 5o Knives and Iorkauset- Check 011 Cotton yard V 7i Sc Galvanized Wasktu Ott AMensMens Underwear suit t 75c lYle Plate 2 fof 5c i l aijttcnspiiiCalfWeaners l 16 lOtf 25 15 J Mirrors 25 loc Uli Butteg Mold 10 r 25 New Club Shells 40u6 upsurlSaucer8 2icf GASH PAID FOR EGGS E W t7EF f iY 8fJ AGENT FOR VIRGINIA BEACK BAND SCREENED All orderspromptly attended to Prices low as life 1 lowest Telephone 70 It REVIEW OF REVJEVS- C05riOPOLITANand SUCCESS Set James M Ross that pooled at OwensKofo and tho chipped here to be held under an agreeUentwitIl the Louisville To baccii Warehouse Company ti be siilil fur stipulatpd prices This tobacco is IJOl crop Anilltlrestil1g bit of news was contained in n Clartiville Tehn telegram this week which nh nouneed the sale of 5000 lgs heads of tobacco to tho Italian Government at 88 S3 per hundred Tins sale it is stated includes alt of the Italian types of tobacco con trolled by this association and its consuniDjation has naturally made wade tho members jubilant The Um meeting of the Dark Tobacco Planters Protective Afso ciatiorr was held atGuthrioin 1901 and was attended by 3000 planters tenants and 8hr cropersTb wet Og this yea r drew between 18000 and 20000 visitors Guthriemaiiy of them member nfibe association There were probably 400p women Hnioaji lliese thud they were more deteruiinud tluu theirfather sans and brothers From the outcet tiitj tihit has bl nlIgt1 with deter mination rinjrvvigir anti uflftyof purpose KrouVswefk to wetfc ral lies have been field nnd prominent speakers have addressed tlofnrm ire urgfug thriru in be rteaitfasu Will kuta in nil tIt diotricts pleaded with the Individual who doubt cd the nbility of iliiiUMicintim ta win their tlht ansI iiirtiiy iii theta were brought into tlleutisuuitltill- tho light became fiercer und fiercer The association Intends tat Seep up its tight which hs some iinfor tuntje aspects owing to the ill feeling engendered Auction sales of let bacco in the local market amounted to ltfll hJflhud arid private smiles to 2 37 thtglululs0fthetlituIBIlIts repnrted 815 hogsheads were Bur ley and 2507 dark nusof the dark bcing old crops 62 of 1005 crop and 1467 of 1901 crop There were 401 hogsheads of 1905 crop ltiuIuysohi and tIle remaining 414 wercj 1004 crop Total ults for the year to date have Hmnunted to 128854 hogsheads ntf compared with 00980 tot the corrsspondfng period last year Rejections this week amounted to 187 hogsheads 134 Burley and 53 rktthe par centpge auction sales being 18 Sin January I rejections have- tnountedtn 1788Qhogsheade Receipts fur the week were C37 hogs heads and tor the year they hate It rntintd to 92431 hogsheads Sales of hewcropBurley up to this ditto last year amounted to21ST lipgshearis qndpf new ctop dank to JOJioeslieads 7 j H MbINTHIBL DENTIST Over Outlook Offlco anti Qwini vUfe Banklhpr Compairys Bulldinjr OWJN KY rh tI d t f t fI COAL11 1 y 2 T i FAK I FOK i OtvBaldEngl rr172 acrei with rwnbniek1inuiee welt watered f rn91tc Addreist 214L 1JiELIS t1G1rSliarpsburgtKy1tFDNoI4a J f HtCom missioned J gJ1fok + Tegre1 Mr JB paay f William Alexander r Ky Virtue ofa judgment pnd Of of sale feattored lntl jRthC ICirrulte luii thueOetdbiZsaS Jit 1905 in the abovustyled casegther t IInrl intdChlBlI iouer wi4jf oa s SArunpAr 1iEC 161908 about 1 ll cik p in proceed ia of fer focfiiifjo the hTukcst bidder at 1public kuctfiiB tiearSwlt Lick Ky the following described miperty towitr One cr mb ned nlineauid hori niftz eunvrynr fur habdlfRi staves and ship timber UGO No 531 JCjcable chain j x5 head shaft S 15 10lx76t 2 2 15 1W pillow block 22 15 10 collars 2 ttiNi 531 Adjustable flanged toocliSpkU plate center bore 215 16 KLO in L One Spur gear 47 Tffx x1 I x2 15 1C 1C O IT ICVyT flout Shalt 27It x 6 O2 26hG style I taketips 276tohiars i J 20 No 531 hiroad ltt I idlers bore 2716 S S with drum 36 1 Counter Shaft 2Tl6x 8 iJ22T16piilowbfacki227Iticollars f 43 x 2 7Jgt K O 2 3aV8x27iirr T L Pulleyjj jl 7KcyBlKBUckTr i Shaft 11510 x 6 2 118lG Solut boxes 2 l1516v collars2 2JT No 531 list face idlerfbore 115V 16 S S 3 ilUr Shafts 11516 x IS615l5Suhid bse6I15Itcollars 420 No 53f broadvftV lace idlers li 11546 S sorenousj liiereiif tc jirtidiice this PUM 4 of 20660 being theamniintoCtlitf plnintiffa debt inteient anti cobt IeruuigSale ilibaBiadeion a 0 edit of three months4Tbpur cia er willbe riq iired to execute bon w1hi approved seCUrity fnr I the purchase pMre payable to the underi igii d bearing 6JJ interest from data of sale until paid eiiF bond to brave the force and of a judgment A lien will be reJlairied on ujd property to secants the paynifinCqfthepurphase money rr GOODPASTEB 1 Muster Coinr tt C C Rile JcUogg AttyS SSy s Get The Outlooks prices on Job Work of every kind and see samples ahcl yoiTNyill se2 vye cart do better work at loweif Spriccsthaiiyou can kelsvherror tI 0 c41 Owingsville Outlookl I OUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher f a OWINGSVILLE KENTUCK r l a L kIJIs Her gown Is white writes she 1 A crepe de chine of finest kind 4 r And fits entrancingly r j The bedtee Jias two hundred tuck v And 8ttyTrd of lace i jA rut round the yoke and down the front And every ether place f f The sklrtIR shirred all round tho Gp And flares out at the feet Ihe whole thing o BeltndarIs Just too ilinplr i writes me pages teno lBeUnd all are much the same told in hLgxcept The happy bridecrooms natne Washington Post V 1 A ROSE OF NORMANDY LLtJJ1 have not been idle the past two ij5 I saw the only avenue of es 7 rjcape and have prepared for it I have In twisting together a num ber of strands of grapevine long Lenough to reach to the bottom and lhi while the noise of the feast was in d t progress I managed to scramble up the face of the cliff with one end of the rope in my teeth I have fastened 1 7 t securely about the trunk of this C tree After we have deacended Mad ime Blrard will cast It loose and it t will delay them in finding out the dl 7 reclion we have taken I have cap lured a canoe which we will find on the shore below in which we can gain a f the other epd of the lake six miles i t4 way before our escape is discovered 1 f Thgjffcparatlbns were now made to zr cI 7 Renee kissed Madame Blzard i t cheek In token of ber grati de white TontI expressed his thanks rn whispers They both urged her to 4 lee with them and thus elude the t dutches of the comte forever Tout sering to place her under the protec Lion of the next party going from Fort Niagara to Quebec thus enabling her 4orea4apaceofsafetyandafford t taada forgiveness and make amends I foV her past misconduct She shook 1 ter head sadly 1 Alas no she said 9t Is too late i lThe como would reach me with his i jeeasooner or 1ieJJn beend wWi eSe a th0 rsooner lefinding her I crmlnation her II bade her farewell and tJRed their at Z teation to their own escape Pompon let hltneelf over the edge first In order illto steady the rope from the bottom TonU and Renee In their descent Lflehour was long past midnight and l ate moon had already risen mak tet UM epot on which they stood a taagftre oae TonU therefore with Rfieee cuBgiag to his back began the 4eeet The bottom as well as the tMe ot the cUlt was enshrouded in mseep shadow and leas obliged to re ly upon the staking of the rope as a steal tbespo bad reached the batsrwa4y for their down journey g Slowly they went his strength taxed by the additional weight of his sweet burden while his every nerve was on a tension fer fear of discovery before they reached the ground Madame Biiard teased over the brink watch i lag them a5ir they disappeared In the J afcaiiewE Jddealy TonU felt a thrill 4 as of seme one halting the rope i Looking uphe eaw Vadamo Bizard I 4va1ug warning gestures and thens juddealy disappearing lHe remained perfectly still clinging Vto the vino Seen be perceived the approach of ant oer 8gmre art edge and he be i held the form of the Comte de Mlron J IIELTBD UER INTO THE CANOE t etandiHg feaalng against the tree 9rnadwhich their rope was fastened auIbetow him who were Bidden 4from Me view by the protecting shade Hte reat had feeea evideatly disturbed aearallProachl1 VHHBlUaUoa efhls eaeny and the win I f slag ef Tier whose poeeeeelba ho had 4 loag wkbed far Teati 4raed himself against the kcUwtntI soarcely breathed for tear of IMpirtlag aotloa tothe rope and oa ei ovowid above that would IJetras tkeffi Relief soda came for the IfBftgc of Ilk dToc vanIshed and la a aKM Ctbe iMad of Jbtadaae Blzard skewed ttaetf again awrtkwlBg him to f thetraI1 yardsCPoli1Msees an that traBepired suddenly re It1Iii8tL afa shoulder glancing j M4InH4Rg Jl8htl1te the ground A cry ef 8 iN pala came from idCa fftoae wreached her a M9s Teat harriadly raised her and ieps4 her ItO the canoe which was waKteg a few feet away iladaste1 Pt tfcea threw tl rope tIitlHtnkaad1rav1tet last a nit WIll i 4ee4 har tot for S S ytti theftI1 KtooaerB wasJ oHeni iwa iI Ifwab4owfrobeIefurIatedpa r gielleWe88l11IMtIfMdfeItH d t ji aMe 18vht re 1 4tt away siktveotieabbIiidttM IT Jrh iriiI wWe 0 k nr Qc ft ii i1 9 I P tp 1 ztpf 4rJ 1 f I tj P 1 t 1 P Q j t oX t 11 3I L padmedthe waters edge until they were out t luheytheirbastepossible between themselves and their maintalnedIngenultywas gratified at her praise and replied Ma foil Mademoiselle there was no other way If a man does not enter a tigers en he cannot get her cubs Juet as the first pink tinges of the they1eHero thcr landed and after placing several huge stones in the canoe Porn pon cut a hole in its side and giving it a shove sent it out Into the lake and watched it slowly sink murmuring A sad ray to treat a friend who youXv a small stock of provisions that Madame lizard had hastily gathered and given him This consisted of a piece of smoked meat and some ground maize A portion ot this sufficed for their breakfast They were about to start on their journey again when it was found that Heneos ankle which had swollen visibly during their passage over the lake palnel her so severely when she touched the ground with her foot that she was un able to walk a step This was a grave question for every moment lost at this stagd of their progress made tho chances of their recapture all tire great er There was no time to devise any means of transport for her One thing only could be done Tonti arose to the occasion Mademoiselle be said apologet- Ically remember that all our lives are in danger and that this is no time to consult your preferences You must proceed You cannot walk permit m to walk for you ooHowT queried Renee in a puzzled tone 00111 foil I must carry you lIe had expected an outbreak at this proposal or at least a strong resist ance but she only flushed and look lug down saidogYoulorn hope Capitaino Tontl If there is no other way I suppose I must be obe dientaThus they started ofT Pompon in the lead with Tonti bearing Renee In his arms close behind At first her checks were a mass of flame and her graduallyt1tecting arms about her brought to her mind a sense of Infinite relief andI restfulness while the tact and pforwas that she strove to make the ur jlfijCjIghter and the Way less ttdlous by Vly A8 rt 4azff ordj and bright For T Id He kneit Uwtat liuiXlSeded a word from him an f th tired head would rest upon his shoulder once for all that the recital of his love would brlngji like sweet confession But fco steeled Ms heart as be thought of his friend waiting for him so many leagues distant who knowing all other men to be false held faith in his constancy and loyalty Thus he fought the two battles dally hourly the outer ono against the physical fatigue and hard andgreof a roan struggling against himself The first night they encamped oh the mossy banks of bubbling spring cold ani clear that overflowing Its bounde trickled bit and disappeared amoag the trees Tonti on returning from an exploring expedition in the neighborhood found Pompon had pre scribed the application of the cooling water to the Inflamed ankle arid had employed a lIttlo of tIts yellow naive possessed of wonderful curative powers that ho always carried with him The next morning after a meal that still further diminished their stock nf food and a refreshing draught at tho spring they resumed their march They were heartsd in a westerly dime tion that wouid eventually bring them to the Niagara river It would then readIt slow progress handicapped as be wa WILl the double load The second day ended without any signs of pursuit so that they began to feel easy In regard to that point lint an equally serious danger presented itself Their food was almost exhausted and they had no means of obtaining more A few ber rles hero and there wero all that they Lad been able to find Pompon had made numerous efforts to kill a blnl TlieyltrUggledtwo days bad passed without their hay ing had a morsel with which to renew their strength Ponpon resolved on desperate maatr They were still so frcm their destination that at their present progress It would take a eeJtefore arriving tje But Porn poaTsnew that itIIiJd take longer still ior he had tbe increased efforts maile by TonU to cover the ac customed distance had seen his feet falteri and tottering take the place of the firmness of stride and spring of step that existed at first He thought carefully and finally announced that he had found n means of providing them with food on the morrow Walt until morning tc2 I Txsitae you both shall have something to eat JJsoPompona strip of bark beside the spring wa a quantity of pounded maize and a tiny piece of smoke meat Tonti under stood it Pompon had secreted a poi tion of his food each day and saved It for some such emergency His dlsap pearance he readily interpreted as an ratetbuwassecure assistance forethoughter share They proceeded together as best they could tho next two days At length Tontl completely worn out awakened to find himself so weak and giddy ho could sot rise There was havotoawalt 7theydays more passed The two lovers their hearts filled with the calm jayOf- a known but untold love watched tho evening shadows descend almost wjth gtheand banish forever the sweef season of compaalossaipi that had been theirs Tonti awakened before dawn The tb ucoafused voices of the night waltfrigotethe e anfgtblr4t e of Posipoa Nearer and nearer Itap Itaajwdjast M the wV4rBt ray touted tie tppj of th treeeMrroBnaing t little JLotrW 1n ht1y11 rIrr 5 f J crashing sound was heard and a dozen soldiers headed by the figure of their faithful little friend appeared bear g thorn aid and sustenance CHAPTER XXIII CONTAINS SOME HAVPINKSS A COMPACT A VISION AND A CA IiAMirr Arriving at Fort Niagara Renee was turned over to the threa nuns stationed there They sympathized with- erh In her hardships and gave devout thanks for her escape One of them was filed with zeal to take the placo of her who was drowned on the My and much to Itcuces delight obtain l permission to leave for MichlllmacKl uac when tho w IlasAt tho end of this time both Tout and Renee were ready to proceed although the latter was still unable sodwalk without uupport The men t t yheirto the fort Tontl chose two vessels tho larger one for the supplies and the men conveying them tho other small er for the use of his party which was now increased by the addition of OM of the priests from Fort Frontenac who decided to take advantage of this opportunity to push on his way westward The tiny cabin was fitted up for the two women so as to bs as comfortable as possible A plentiful supply of provisions was taken although for fresh meat they depended on the success of their hunts on shore The largo er boat started first with orders to stop at Mlchillmackinac only long e o fiffort on the Miami there to build a sufficient number of canoca while waiting Tontis arrival The day of their departure was austplcious A fair wind ruffled the blue surface of the lake the sky Was clear and the summer sun wormed without smiting them Renecs heart dauced in unison with the brat for sheer happiness Her presence was a delight to all on board Tho priest when not engaged with his breviary listened with pleasure to her chatter while the nun soon loved her as her wn elster Even Pompon so far for ot his hostility to the sex as to cons descend to entertain her at times with tales from his adventurous life or her by exhibiting the contents of his wonderful leather pouch show- Ing the phosphorous paste that had stood them in such good stead during their Huron captivity the sleeping powder whose power the innkeeper at Ecouen and tho Iroquois sentinel had testftj and the yellow ointment pos sessed of most extraordinary healing virtues for wounds that he hail em- layed upon her ankle Hv often to her about Tonti and found in her a willing listener to all tha praises of his hero that came so read ily to his lips Thus r real amity rpra betwepn the fi which was TrnanysealeillBfa xblemn compact one day when Tout lay asleep and Pompon managed the toat He had been dwelling upon his friends loyalty to himself and La Salle when Renee s musinglyWould I were a man that I might become g fourth comrade to you all but I am only a woman weak and alone However I can mill be ttghtlosaid rousing herself 1 have that from tie other two May I not find in you a 1Pomponband gravely for a moment It is not a light thing you ask Falue friends are worse than open enemies I will however on one condition here he looked her steadily in the eye while speakIngthat condition Is that you be a true friend Indeed to him pointing to the slumbering Toutl for your faithfulness means all in all to him Agreed with all my heart replied Renee flushing lightly as she clasped his hand Pompon saw her look and a gleam of satisfaction shot across his face as he heard her say earnestly And you will promise me in turn to be ever faithful to him watch over and protect him guard his life as your very own or mine Be his eye to recog nize dangera dhlsrlght arm and shield to ward it oITThen shall yon win and receive my best esteem and re gardAs for Tonti his manner betrayed no thought of love or any deeper at tachment than that of friend and protector It was as though It had been given him to bask in the clear fresh light of day for a period before his banishment into eternal night He loved to hear the music of her voice and the ringing sweetness of her laugh and sometimes when at the helm and she came and sat down beside hlnvsilently drlnVing in the In vigorating air it seemed to him as though they were voyaging in some other world a world of light ansi sun shine an existence whose peace antI humanIof the earth had vanished with their putIbrought r by the passing of every league of their watery course Content he was to live In the golden present and enjoy each transient moment To Be Continued Veyr ilurh AIcWhen visiting one of the primary schools some years ago the day beforeI Memorial Day or Decoration was then more generally called I as usual as a member of the school board addressed the pupils When closing I said Well children you have a holiday tomorrpw What day is son Decoration Day ItIWhat do you do on lay DECoraUonI Decorate the soldiers all logetheral1 n Why do you decorate their graves any more than others This was a stickler but finally one IooWellBecause they are dead and we aint Boston Herald in Addition ILcMon mllltmen this story one of the primary schools In Auburn It was the lesson hour in combination of objects Now said the teacher by way of you cant add apples explanatlonI gether and getjust apples or peace and you cant add marbles and nuts and get just marbles At this moment a long lean arm shot up from one the back seats The am to who was the son 01 1I Well asked the ieache The fellow stood uftjtiy his desi dcom posed hiscountenance as beat he could I know of two things that you can add together 1dgetjes the same figgers 6aldlesto1JtlY Yer can mllkUwt5 oJ i r i fr6 fYiI Ii i Y 1 JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHREN theoVision Codslnspred ICopjnrnt lrolH EJwn Scripture AuthorltrAnd JQsepb was the governor ot the land and he It was that nold to all the people of the land and Jo p phs brethren came and bowed down Ihemehes before him with their faces to the earth And Joseph saw his brethren and he knew them but made himself st range unto them and spake roughly unto eem and he said unto them Whence come ye And they said From the land of Canaan to buy food And Joseph knew Us brethren but they knew not him And oseph remembered the dreams which be- reamed of them and said unto them Ye iro epics to see the nakedness of the land e are come Gen 269 Read Genesis chapter 42 to 45 Inclusive HE second year of the famine lead be gun and the peo pIe of the land of Egypt were In In creasing numbers buying corn at the storehouses which had been estab lished throughout all Egypt The skepticism and wonder of many as they had watched the vast granaries being lled during the seven years of plenty was beginning to give place to grati tude and praise for what the governor Zaphnallithe name given to Joseph hen ho was raised to be1 ruler over he land of Pharaohhad done But with the task of gathering the train completed and the storehouse placed under the control of compeua Officials Joseph found the leisure when e was more than once tempted to end or go back to Canaan in search of his family But two things made him hesitate One was the sense of the duty and obligation which rested upon him before Pharaoh and his God of carrying Egypt through the penidI of famine and again c country In fruitfulness and prosperity and the othef was the sense of the obligation which he owed his brothers Ho had loigsince forgiven them and nowrSaw clearly how they had only been working out Gods plans but he Ws wise enough to know that he and rulB brothers who had so grievously inned against him and against God could not be restored to each other mtll they had been brought to realize he exceeding wickedness of their sin nd to have repented of it He knew Tie best service be could render them vould not be to seek them out and be tow upon them the favors which his tosltion now rendered possible And 0 he bad obeyed the desire to serve his brothers and win them back to God rather than the impulses of his heart He would await Gods good time But if be could not go back to Ca naan be would get as near the homeland as possible and so he established one of his store cities on the borderI land of the country to the there as the first year of famine bad drawn to its close he had more and more related for said he Surely the dearth of the land will drive my brethren into Egypt to buy corn and wjll remain hero lest I miss them Oneway he called his chief steward to him and said Egypt bath enough corn for her own needs and those ot tho countries to the east where the famine la sore t but lest thEre come strangers with other purpose than that of buying grain send nil such to me that I may know of a certainty of their business and may protect the king and the country in this thlng Now it was abbut this limp that the famine in tho land of Canaan was he ing sorely felt and in the household of the aged Jacob the scanty stores were rapidly disappearing so that the Question which was daily being asked was What shall we do Where shall we turn for food And when word came from some traders returning from Egypt that there was plenty in hisIte needed supplies Wby do ye look one upon another he asked as be noted their uneasy glances for the mention of Egypt brought the guilty memory of their brother whom they had sold to their ctknownspoke up quickly and said Surely we will go as our father has saidIsons urged the old man and uuy for us from thence that we may live and not die And without further delay the ten brothers took their departure It was a long journey and the fifth day had begun ere they and their asses drew near their Journeys end Reuben was in the advance leading thee way and impatiently urged his brothers to hastenHo would not be so eager to get Into Egypt whispered Judah to the pthers did be know that It was thither that our brother was carried Yes responded Simeon my heart is filled with strange forebodings I fear evil will befall us here for yester night In my dreamt I could again hear our brother pleading with us that we send him not Into Egypt and as I watched him disappear there seemed to come a hand out of Heaven pointing at us and I heard a voice saying His blcod be upon thee bad thought not to tell thee but m lips can no longer keep back the cry of fear which arises in my heart It is the accusing voice of God they all exclaimed while apprehension and fear shone In their countenances Yea dejectedly spoke up Judah after they had ridden on In silence for some time how can we expect that God will deal well with us when we have done so wickedly Surely our brother was righteous before us Ob that we lied not dealt with him so cruellyIt no use broke In Levi bitter ly our sin does follow us When I puttheit rises specterlike before me and fills OLD MACHINE TO SET TYPE Newspaper Pile of 1823 Explains a Device That Does the Work Dr Churdii Inventor querySHowthe London Chronicle prints an ex tract from a copy of tim Herald of 1823 Dr Church Is now In Birmingham reprlug his new prlaUcg aashls 1 f1JR 1t tI1tJ 14 J I1F tP iiJf r7471 w me with apprehension Ab who en rid his heart of the stain which sin baa leftISuch was the state of mind of the brothers as they drew near to the Egyptian city Their disquieted consciences were busily at work and breaking down their proud spirits and bringing them nearer to real repentance than they bad ever known before What would they not have given if they could have undone the evil which they had wrought they thought but in the days to follow they were to learn that marvelous truth that God over rules the affairs of men and that even the wrath of man ann tho evil which he works may bo made to praise Him and to wprk out His purposes In the worldIn accordance with his instructions the chief steward at once notified Jo seph of the arrival of a company of men from the cast anti the governor dressed In his robes of state hastened from his homo to the great warehouse where people came to buy grain With deferential air and furtive un easy glance they enter the private audience room and as they come op poslte to where the governor is seated they cast themselves down with their faces to the ground and wait for him to speak and bid them rise But after the first glance at those ten prostrate forms the governor sees them no more but before his eyes there comes the vision of the long gone years when as a boy be slept in the wheat field with his brothers about him He sees again as vividly as on that night the sheaves of his brothers fall down before his own sheaf which remains upristht and a cry escapes his lips as he again looks upon the men before him and he realizes that God has established their identity His flrs impulse Is to throw asIde his robe end raise his brothers their feet avd fall upon their necks 10 kiss then but something whis in his heart Nay that Is not Gods way Unless you can win back the hearts of your brothers through true repentance thy kindness will be to their hurt and thy sorrow So re- trainings the yearning of his heart he sternly bade them rise and inquired Whence come ye From the land of Canaan to buy foodNay sharply replied the governor ye are spies To see the nakedness of the land are ye come Not so my lord they cried trem bling and again falling down before him we speak truly when we tell thee that to buy food are thy servants come We are 12 brethren the sons of one man In the land of Canaan and behold the youngest is this day with our father and one Is not Josephs heart leaped within him as he heard them speak of himself whom they thought dead They reckoned him among their number even though It brought the conviction of sin to their hearts but he must let God probe still deeper and so he exclaimed Ye are spies Indeed Hereby ye shall be proved By the life of Phar aoh ye shall not go forth hence ex cept your youngest brother come hither Send one of you and let him fetch your brother and ye shall be kept in prison that your words may be proved whether there be any truth in you or else by the life of Pharaoh surely ye are spies And Joseph ordered them bound and cast Into prison where for the space of three days they were left to the burden of their own thoughts and their guilty consciences Three days of awful darkness and anguish Three days In which God probed deeper and deeper into their hearts and made them bitterly repent And on the third day Joseph came unto them and said If yo be true men let one of your brethren be bound in the prison while the others go and carry corn for the famine of your houses But bring your youngest brother unto me so shall your words bo verified and ye ebal1nolllleAnd thus spoken the gov eriior signified that the Interview was at an end by dismissing the Inter preter and waited while they should choose one of their number in accord ance with his word Then did they begin to confess to one another then faults not knowing that Joseph un derstood them saying IWe are verily guilty concerning our In that we saw the anguish of his soul when he lJ ought us and we would not hear therefore Is this distress come upon us Reuben broke the silence which fol lowed by the bitter complaint Spake not I unto you spying Do not sin against the child and ye would not hear Therefore behold also his blood is required of us And It was I who persuaded tha others not to yield to your entreaty Simeon cried struggling to his feet InImay God have mercy upon me for Jay sin and deliver ttlP And as he fin ished speaking he signified to the gov ernor that he was the one to remain and the following day the otHers with heavy hearts took their departure Then followed laysof anxious wait ing and longing for Joseph and they were no less days of discipline for him as for his brothers tof It they must needs learn the lesson of true repent ance be must tome to realize more inOnltemercyof Gods purposes During those days there came to his heart a revelation from God of His purposes for the chll dren of Abraham and Isaac and Jacob And so when his brethren at last re turned bringing his own brother Ben jamln and he batUmade himself known unto them he could say qstof JLfull heart Be not grieved nor angry with yourselves that ye soa me hither for God did send me betSfff you to pre serve uteHo hath sent me before you to preserve you a posterity In the earth and to save your liv SbJDg- reat deliverance So it was not yoHJ that sent me hither but God and Ha bath made me lord over all of Phar aohs house and a ruler throughout all the land of Egyjit And with theaaords he comforted them and sent them back saying Haste ye and go up to my fatherland say unto him Thus salth thy son Joseph God hatfcmade me lord of Egypt Come down unto mel aUI not II The compositor has only to alt dow I at this curious mechanism as he would at a pianoforte and as he etflkes the keys the types fall from the case into their proper places with a velocity that keeps pace with the most rapid speaker The form having been worked off the type moves into the I melting pot from which it la re turned recast Into its original state without any diminution of material and thence distributed Intt tie cast ie i L s a f i I7Pffrri rCo I 1 i fI t THANKSGIVINGAND THANKS LIVING By FRANCES E TOWNSLEY UPIL In tho school of life please rise aal spellThanksglvlng All If you have leancd well the lessons of hu man experience as far as youve gone you wiI answer The best way w spell Thanksgiving is Thanks Mving Josh Billings saye Many pcopl3 use their religion about as they would a lifepreserver putting it on onlyin time of anu they geueraly wrong sjdejkjfore Part of our religion is supposed to- Ie cherishing a spirit ot thankln nees The president of the UnUeil States calls on us annually to give thanks A thousand othr voices tail- su dally to the same experience Do we respond Some do utter the style of a ertalaIexpression too common class of young people Hand a girl on the car the handkerchief she baa dropped and she answers Tbankpawfully Give a waiter a he responds Thanks awfully Show another the way to some office which he is looking for and he touches n a hat saying Thanks awfully Now isnt that absurd Certainly it is un teflned undignified and utterly map propnato slangwYet to me it expresses toororcft tully the manner ormuch professedy Christian thought For example A bahaRhes nearly well Why does he not gip thanks because the baby lived His neighbors died Rained for four days steady says mother man How about the 17 day 3f continuous sunshine and balmy air preceding Well he says I for jot that I suppose I ought to lie thankful Now isnt that Thanks awfully Im getting so gray Im startled says some Beau Brummel Wuy arent you hankful youve got hair enough to turn gray Your partns Is bald as avquartcup Be thankful but live it The nation Is learning this duty fast Neighborhood is no longer a geographical term abl1ltyt1helpChrist for the world we sing Is In the hymn book But so Is the netline The world to Christ we bring Herea some more mournTheEirslck and sorrow worn Whom Christ can heal But He will be pretty apt to do It hrough your word your touch your ockebobkyourse1fPoor was said toa little agauffln by a tenderhearted won an Why do7snt God tell somebody ibout your needs He did said hl hlld pjtifulty but Somebody forget shout It To rgetthtt is Thanks aw ully If the nation Is grateful today it means tier citizens are Wev had the sword our acrosstbesineighbors have had It long enouc But see The sabre that cleft a foe mans skull set wide open the door ot human responsibility before the ey 3 of Christian men and women Thankful were we for our own peace But Thanksgiving means na Lionel and Jbllvidua ThanksLivli So bwhile ago with a sublime altru lane a wealthynatlon of 75000 IdItself at ilhe feet of ensaved Cuba ant raid Hero arewe Our best you h our ablest generals our guns our mn nltlon and fortunes to set you freV It cost blood oven a quarter of a ml lion men it cost treasure but in 10 days the foe was 000000 people set freeIAre wevthankful for the still moe recent treaty of peace Yes B t we are not worthy to stand as Ame lean citizens if we do not prove ou gratitude by meeting the tax asses r honorably the laboring man fairly he capitalist as fairly and the needy as generously Let Us go to autumns shrine and lay there our garland of thanksgiving purple and crimson and gold Leave It there thankfully holily Then let us go to put crimson glorta and new U of happiness In pair starved helpless lives Maybe 8Oel- bodY is hI I for a glint of gladn sa office Maybe In your hoe about If the people do thrs you and E are the peoplethe na M will and the earth will laugh out n her gladness to hall a true Thanksgiving day A Thanksgiving Thought- There Is something lacking in the sincerity of the man who goes into the temple on Thanksgiving day to ac- knowledgef the good gifts of Provi aencp to him if be has done nothing through the year or on this day to uplift his fellows to bring sunshine gto sunless hearts and to distribute lit some measure the benefactlora which wo all hold in trust for tee benefit of the lesssonsand dauga tars omen Tommys Experience Our Tommy told me Sunday nlsbt that he guessed hed got the Tnanks Biyjng tired feeling What did he mean by Why he wasnaubtythaUIgiving day arid his see slipper and unneil him Then warmed him over on Friday ant 111I urday V Usual Heatilt 4 Two men who ere once friends and partners In business met in the str et aftr1iyears nd at once began to flrrht sr live Uollara tfiat gne V the oucr Strong Eeniinder Eva lit Ithatremhidshim1thelYes even his mind ia foggy Chicago News No Limit to Their Cash It is circumstantially reported that over flOOGOO changed hands in the poker game on v steamer coming back from Europe recently Coming back mind you There Just seems to be no limit to some peoples money As Bad uItSoundll- Hunserexplains tho New York Sun is a contraction of the muscular either the pylorus tlaeilomsch or tbt duodenum or of alltogether Andvta Worst of It Is tbat1 fe la ay 934 tr tBounds w f MATERNITYI IA MSI MKS KWQ SbouIdIwife are when they come to look for agoIpable of motherhOOflowlng to a dis placement womb or lack of strength in the fjen TitSve organs LMrs Anna Potts I frequent backache and distressing pains accompanied by offensive dls charges and generally by irregular nd scanty ravsnstniation indicate a dis lacement or nerve degeneration of the womb and surrounding orgaris YomenIsmale tnrjble bear healthy children Mrs AnnaPottsof 510 1arlc Arcnue Dot Springs Ark writes M y ihar Mrs Pinlduirn During Uwi pirt of my married Ii fol as iloliratflin health both my huituinil and J were very anxious IOra child to Ltea our homo had two miscarriages awl could t carry a child to Ine nolxhmr xrho had been cured Lydia E I1nkhim Vegetable CompoundllM lfdrnotQtry It I agrowingtrniejerme I Scud no more bnaHugdown pains and Itwcamoebll4the Joy of our homo LyuIaE Pink hamV wcmsdhoActual sterility in woman srare If anyworaan thinks etholaster- Iel let leer try Lydia E Vinkbama Vegetable Compound and write to Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass Her advice is free to CTTjfcwAtnt or wouldbe mothers jy ODD PLEAS FOB DIVOKCE A Cleveland man Is suing his wife for divorce bocauso she threw a seashell at him when he read aloud Obviously sha was in thewrong A seashell is not very hard A Pennsylvania woman who Issulcg for divorce finds no msolation In tie ing the wife of a nnn who has broken all records In one linn ho bavlcgMeseitea her 35 times in 47 months A Trenton N J woman wants a di vorce because her husband wbos canes is Fin organ wont Bilk the legislature to change It When a woman marries it Ii time she ceased trying to change her name CONVINCING EVIDENCE That Dr WIH IRhesamatem Fnnple can cum themselves of a good many coniniuu ailmeuts at a very small wayIc rr a vnry pain ful eliwaso I might havri begun to treat it Rocmir thats sell the mistake I made ita the matter Rut I round the rout of dinlrnUy aUIII plckfllf ont the right tBuiedy without the old nf a doctor It was really all In fjliml I first felt a twinge in my left fOlJtn l aukle lntlic middle of test January following expnsnrnto mid I nsilwsed risen matistn and I knew that really comes developsfand clammy cvnn in hot weather and numb n great of tho time I con rlulwl that my hlnoilvl18 tbiii and poor KlaggishI ansi auklea swiIwI so badly that I could only tie mY nhnee bull way up My l pt swelled terribly mid I cnulrl walk only it short cJi coenplctdyWhsnt etectectbytleeramnelyforSfwthat thof wcrn Ixinofitiug mo beforo I hltltlolto nstd up the first box The Impraveujent wax deoidwlly marked nf blottbOxlegs to natutal size and Renting and then 1 8ti iiied tiiklngmivlicinuaud have inra IM1t1l iwrtetly welL Mr F Lu tiny Ifonr lives at No 133 Oonstitntlun street Bristol It I Anyone mil KHtcoiivinrniR nvidiittM that Dr William Pink Pills Imvn cuiwl anxmia rhnamatism etTKip lia and other iserlonh lin wn of the bloesi by simply wriliiiK in thn Dr WII1IaU- 1NedicfDoCu ItcnetndyNY 3 FOR M We Save never run onto an article met with the success of Mulls Grape Tonic It has cured more cases of and stomach troubfe to our certain than all other that we ever sold put Mulls Grape Tonic posies some that no other tr t4= t Pot rWL DOUCLASc300 SHOES together quality constipa W L Douglas 5400 GUt Edgtl LIn IJ I cannotbeequatiedatAsprieeW2OUGLASMANESA1MLL4 7s 80MHIU1111 r 1 Mir ensa t i tin 000 f2iI dsptovtMsIttecs5Syr 1T tin lion have b thelr Ji 4qusIItac5Ievrdselloe In the world NChey are lust a nod as thoM that cost you S9 6Cta 700she oely dltltrtnc la the price Hrwwiai take yea Into tar factory at Brockton Ma tfaejwcect In tba world under etw roof aaaklitf KIT s I shoe sad show you the cars with whlck esyrp1oIDau IabonLul3d ouIdreaJbewtci W L Doulss JJ50 are lbs b J shoes produced la t ho WOlI4ri II I could show you alaoea made In my factory urnS those at other makes you would understand why Dauttas lSJ8O hoes Cost more to maLe why hold t Intir shape lit better wear longer and are 1vgnatsr Intrinsic valita thaa Bay ether 9399 J or shoe on the market todiy Wit Bfttftam Jtfrona Iad StifmISO 1110 BQ I It78 ai 1 CAUTION Insl tnponh crwlthonlhlstlIUolIDdrrJcoalampeWANTED Ashndra5erlneverytnwnaher W L are Sot ot iSamples s nt free for Inspection upos request IF brangWrite tt 1 WL DOUGLAS BiocktoaXaM t fi THe IEST j Antise trCIFor Family and v IKILLS PAIN Dr EARL 8 SLOAN CS Albany Street Boston MaM o THE GOVERNMENT IOF oAAgIsMonil aIIey pacits v On IliUIani year bees produced op wirds twentyfire baitwli taeetZotheCre rjiUaljotiiebeitQf Rrailat and fltmias tie csollucat ft Splenilil climate taxei rIlwsys Ceases nliiCUont hand Wrte for 4tTw nlleth Century iiaa nj iowrntIwyrtr1t0SrPtaIaTrIDKiCT 0 biio- arinsortouuihnr1zc4Cndt1t se WatiiiiB nalitlecToci MegZnlSIepaprr WOMEN hoabled with Ills secullar te that must fJoIIIU ID ba of et It uo us nw churtbci Ci U II lj It ffiortelo5sl7 a ceiitsl fhaeogblycleaozi kI114IS5S5 slops 51imatuoa and locaL cum i5CDt51 sauL catanti- P4ttin U In pmtlcr to Is In pars tnicr swl h more cle4natg gtnnicirfal tad ccnoamicil hue lupwl 4niueiica torah TOILET AND woaera SPECIAL far it druKjUt W ctaas Trial Ba Bonk t laatructlaea Free Yea faxraii Cobranr COSTO Maa et snT 150 Pfl3s iwuoauePsatueswsiy4ts J It Cured More Cases Than AU Others Put Together1 V1LSON DRUG CO constipation knowledge remedies peculiar MUHlFAIITIlllEIf MWAB0tasnoMsbocaiu TlcaWIDoiip tholDloSuyrur r Has and stomach lcthcdy has All who tunc It generalhcaTthway We all know that ordinary physics and effecttheyhavedigestive system in worse shape overcome trouble than it was before Mulls Grape Tonic b a pleasant nat ural harmless effective remedy that the work and does it well and the people have found it out COSixthMq IMa aP VMy mtroaf woulm cemtnm from m tttlMtl afr ug efneern Gny+v emi fa Mlf woraf uiar 1v Ihlrffmatt fm4jr mtrlmIT IOItLCStrectieyrr5l Constipation and Stoniacli Troubhc- act blco4 poltoo akin disease tick fetadtcba blllouoat Ifatraia fever apetodleliu plies and erery kind of tmala Uotibla aa wi as naer othara own pnTUelaa wlU MU loa Uai m this Ii em Batilostdracor pnjiio jounelf Usa IHULlS GRAPi TONIC ttTinstheator barmten nattej Jfctt bnUds up Cbs OHIS ntVoor dltesttia orgies sl pat tBtplaadtd con tlto OTorecia all atuckk Uvttr plaaunt to tkO Tbt ttilitea flSiceatUcaDtan4iOObottle ata8drBMtt Tbt tUWbottli epnutrt 6oat jtfx times aa mncb aa the U cent botUaairt 5o01 tbna tiCs M cecl tH rka tL bIYIZf thIILtO sue FREE upm reciat of you2dds01eT7efntZt zi = a4 ISe iI ml yea save ted Mnt1s5eTonic ad aJM and you 4 ctruscatt icon or ILI I UC5I5 tram rous cmtWJILS GKAFE TONIC C0 Tiifd AskUltii iItr E2 lo rourslIlr Ooo rllumlrrd and BUlj Acreitf land West ego Caniita I J Land ortjololfij this J can b puchwd fiats scd laDd cool t f seers t land forsulitO baa upetior l and closest w Itclt beals soreness and lua diuolnd uses alj a box sacS Ia o I tion to the dots a ty1v will 14 F NiSCULANLOlJ1ROTYPES TOLFF a llr 4 t ts Sfi SS5- 4t LITERAEY LITTEH Maxim Gorky who rcas arrested in BL Petersburg aa a revolutionist owes 4 Ills liberty to County Wltte When Audubon began tho publics 4 ton of bis great work in 182G lie re I e ceived from many subscribers 1000 2 a copy 9 iifSplrldlon Gopcevic who lives In- J Lusamplccolo has written newspaper Ff t Articles and books in nine languages number S3G3 Sm 1James Riley dialect and humorous it poet of Irish birth now a resident of Boston Mass Is visiting southern 1 battlefields gathering material for a newjytflcAjEJInbureU edition of Stevenson wri j saia to be steadily going up In fMetlon price Something copyitThere Is no copyrIIJapan ipyetalthough about 20000 bookjacb published there every year ftjooks about Russia have bren jKj5uIar lato ly At least one literary Journal la t published there S ltobtrt JIPe uUn S P wll I i centljHaTea wWono of tho fine old t LccrJfI t poser of Ballahodley and Kllllloe j as PP3 songsIbsen whIch y there are doors opening into five other nts As he compotes ho wan a Jders from room to room Ho eats little whllo writing his dramas and declares that good meals prevent Ucen brain work i Miss Mildred daughter of William 4 45c Dean Howells the novelist U a clever I itrtiat and began to show her talent when 11 years old At that time she 1f rodllceir a series of sketches around Vfhlcn her father wrote a little bojk which was quite successful Miss How 5V ells Is now a slender eplrituclle young p 4A Wziman much deotcJto art and lit j erature and wllh no taste for society INDUSTRIAL ITEMS The European sugar crop thV Rla estimated at between C5500lfe CC7COOO tons The Herman crop will t probably amount to22UOOOU tons i Englands first spinning mill to be startc4b6 CUlljI rThe first solid train of canned pen ever shipped front xa American can f1i factory went out from a canning b companys plant at Longmont Col 45 recently eJt year 48000000 tons of cargo i uttiI 5S shl1l8or rurtim es an source of rev etfuo In some countries notably fbi 1glbin and the Channel islands where 1 1S4 quantities are annually grown 4 hixtsScento to 75 cents a pound wholesale 1 afait two to three dollars and even raofea Juudretall being paid for I I the fruit Grape gMwIng In pots ia ia3cb practiced lu parts at Europe aud SesPeiaily In France where tbo vines b purvoeMEDICAL MENTION J Swedish physicians say whistling will If do xnucb toward the development of a robust physical framer- t A sliver solution called collangol has A been used successfully in Germany In thektjeatocnt of appendicitis 4 Trjur were only four deaths per 1- 000sam the children who passed through the iale Dr Barnardoa bands Tb sanitary Influence of the eucalyp k tus tjfjee is said to render nativeborn 4S Anotfaliaijs Immune to cancer o i QLKarI Bchlelcli says that corn- LutlnRtetsuo with nicotine alcohol tea or coffee is II ko bandaging tbo eyes t of a watch ilog it Ammonia vaporlia been discovered c tdbtbe best dMnfectaot for use in- ocholraordlphtberlalt will k ffea5tm from germs In two haute T ilternaUoBal Italian King Hum a bertprUo of 2500 francs for the most hnportll contribution to orthopedic l iurgefy has been awarded to Dr Oscar t Ciilplnaxjf lieldelberg One jif the speakers at tho tuber culoslB congress In Paris maintained corisumprcf children Another suggested that oil Unmun3a tAid to Cieauliues- LIleuittDo you bclicvo In palrala try7 e Jewitt I believe that U JOtS some 1 gooJ aslt makes peoplu wash their 4 Jiari SbtQrotlJeYhllve them rends 5Tows v Ih When Commissioner Garfield went J jt to the Chicago packers and asked per iiSont inspect their books the con tllUon was mad that no Information 1IiiIgIIL obtain therefroni would bo used aeourt proceeding against IbeBjV MrI gave this pledge it Is hlmltoJJJtails from tholnsldo 4St r01Ul announced the results of wLii atHdy live beep turned over IP Thu- goVcca cBttu4epartroent of Justloiv to bemip1oyd In legal prosecution of 9 the packen Comraisfiloirar Garfield would not L bare yeBtuired to give the pledge thatI 4 was denandedby the packers without Insjructlona from Washington He pledged not his own word but the crnm t1tis not his good faith but the governments that Is In ques tion noV The Journal has BO concern for the packers except as they aro citizensof Chicago If Jt can be proved that they are gtflhfy of engaging In a conspiracy g la restraint of trade they ought to bo punished But their gull If they are guilty must be fairly proved They must bo y I r1 aaqusredeal Slmc tfae government has elevated Its SrisWa ionck a height as to over lookthe etpf defiant criminaltrusts in New Jersey almost within the BhadgF of the capltol dome In order to fMtea itself a thousand miles away upelricago tlie government and the t PrecUiwt likm dtaaot be too careful tal avojl that they are more sax Jlr te iresterm ofenilera thu ttbeeast of tboaetlipd8 already em ploySIs Uil Vca8fi have not been tar tlcfItI J1 dlifrtfjihhed for decency Whthe peralil enl breaks Into a ariotaeaid steals his private 1 t1 pers WlwmlK rags the wives of LI f JoK HMiM Ni tpyes Into court and puimLtba utrter heavy bonds U Is lir UgmljBJjnpt to eay honorable aor eves iectbeFrom the Chit qUoruJtO itQf S SsS1 d 5f I i iifitJ T1rt B rt n f 9 ta oeru If t tPi J ti1 fe 11 i JJfYrb iffu ftirr fj 41 tTJ r5 1PrJ r r 1 1 ISTATE NEWS PCKUPS1J FEDERAL APPOINTMENTS President Roosevelt Makes Several In the State of Kentucky Washington Nov 23 Recently President Roosevelt took up with In ternal Revenue Commissioner John W chairmantpublicans some federal appointments in tbat state As a result of this con sideration ho announced the follow lug appointments for Kentucky They are to be effective at tho expiration of the terms of the Incumbents and are as follows William O Dearing of Flemlngsburg to bo surveyor of the port at Louisville vice C M Barnett George W Long of Leitchfteld to be United States marshal for the western district of Kentucky vice Addison D James Capt Stephen G Sharp to be United States marshal for tho eastern district Reuben Hill to be United States attorney for the western district James S Tinsley to be United States attorney for the eastern die trict It is announced also that George W Lleberth collector of Internal rev enue at Covington Edward T Franks collector of Internal revenuo at Ow ensboro Samuel J Roberts collector of internal revenue at Lexington and J A Kraft collector of Internal rove nue at Louisville will be continued in office BE HARD PICKING IWILL Turkey Found With a Wooden Lei Versailles Ky Nov 25 Among a lot of turkeys received by E T Flem ing of Scott county who Is buying up Thanksgiving birds for tho eastern market was found a turkey with a wooden leg The leg had been ampu t fcd just below the joint and an artt ndJustedIed from the natural limb Tho fowls legs wero fastened when it was received and when tho fastening wad cut loose the turkey got up and stumped about like a person with a wooden leg LITTLE VICTIM WILL DIE Vicious Hog CarrIes Child To a Thicket and Mangles It Richmond Ky Nov 2LJohn the fiveyea i old son of John H Thorpe while playing In the barnyard with his little sister was grabbed by a vicious hog which carried the boy to a dense woods several hundred yards away childjwo ease Urn The boy would have been devoured had not assistance come The childs death Is momentarily expected Worry Caused Death Newport Ky Nov 24Mrs Louisa Strieker 75 who until about four weeks ago lived in this city but was ordered trom here by the police was found dead in a room at 234 Broadway Cincinnati Continued worry over her troubles was the main cause Death of William M Glrarrf Hopklnsyillc Ky Nov 23 William M Girard died at CroftOn after an ill ness of four months of dropsy aged 50 years Ho was engaged in bus ness hero for ten yearS but moved to Madlsonville three years ago He returned to this county in September Wants 25000 Damages Paducab Ky Nov 24AnnaB Scott has filed suit for 25000 against the Illinois Central railroad and D W Sinclair to recover damage r the death of her husband James Bi Scott who was killed by an engine whllo In the employ of the railroad at Fulton Editor Morrow Retire Jackson Ky Nov 2fT M Morrow editor and general manager ot the Jackson Hustler has retired after ten yeas of service because of a ills agreement with other owners as to the business management The Public Getting TIreS Lexington Ky Nov 2fThe State college and Kentucky State are still wrangling over the Thanksgiving foot ball game The public has soured on the two teams and have lost all Interest in the struggle The Jury Fails To Agree Stanford Ky Nov 3trhe Jury in the case of James Carter charged with killing Cecil Crutchfield at a Sun day dance near Otte helm this coun ty In July last failed to agree and were discharged Capt Duffys Condition Louisville Ky Nov 23capt J T Duffy the veteran river man has un dergone a surgical operation in Roch ester Minn and according to reports from there the Indications are for early recovery New Railroad Line Completed Carrollton Ky Nov 25lho Car rollton Sc Worthvllle railroad was completed and freight is now being car ned over it James Gayle formerly of Louisville Is superintendent of the lino and has established headquarters In this city The K UK 8 C Game Off Lexington Ky Nov 2608 account of charges and counter charges that Kentucky university and State college of tills city have ringera on their teams tho Thanksgiving day game was called off Wants Remedial Legislation Owcnsboro Ky Nov 2fTh Kentucky stato conference of charities and corrections In Its session in this city resolved to ask the legislature to es tablish juvenile courts reformatory for women and other remedial legis lation Died From His Injuries Glasgow Ky Nov 2fDr E T Breeding dentist died of concussion of the brain caused by a fall on the pavement in front of his office He was 27 and a graduate ot the Ohio dental college at Cincinnati in Juno Kentuckian Elected Sheriff Glasgow Ky Nov 23 Henry 0 King formerly of this place was eject ed sheriff of Sapulpa county Indian Territory at the election recently held there for state and county officers who will servo when the territory fs admitted to statehood EnlarieclFrankfort inlflsJoners of the J l stI tute in their annual report ask fprTan appropriation for the enlarMmeBtrbf that institution It has 186hnnates 4nd Is badl croTrdei un r f J 0 r r r l o j co qc FOUR PERSONS HURT Frost Interfered With the Workings of the Car Drakes Owensboro Ky Nov 24 Because there was frost on the rails the motor man on a street car could not stop his car carrying eight passengers lu time to avert a collision with a west bound Louisville Henderson fe St Louis freight train at the Hreckenrldgo street crossing Three passengers and the motorman received Injuries nono however being fatally hurt The In jured are MOtorman John Bopp hips badly bruised 1 G Brady face cut and arm mashed T L Llton injured In a number of places about the body His coat was torn completely from his back Miss Kate Garret Injured about the hips Tho car was turned around when struck by the engine the front end being smashed aud as the first box car passed It struck tjie rear end of the street car crushing it like an egg shell The motorman and several passengers jumped before the collision occurred BURLEY TOBACCO ASSOCIATION The Indications For Its Success Are Very Blue Mt Sterling Ky Nov 2llndlca associntlonllandGrowers are stow In signing their to bacco to the company and as the time limit expires Saturday night it seems tow as if the project is a failure There are 40 counties In the associa tion and the crop will reach over two hundred million pounds The representatives of the American Tobacco Co arc in high glee over the outlook A Blow To Unions Newport Ky Nov 23ln a decls Ion rendered by Judge A S Berry of the Campbell county circuit court it was decided that nonunion labor may be employed on city work He holds unconstitutional an ordinance passed by the city council three years ago providing that only men who belong to unions shall be employed by the city Their Election Disputed Scottsvlllc Ky Nov 23Represen tative H II Griffin County Judge Will Harlan Sheriff J L Dixon and County Clerk W H Justice republic nag who received certificates in tho recent election have been notified that their election will be contested on the ground of fraud committed at Butlcrsvllle and Raleigh precincts Statue Nears Completion Covliigton Ky Nov 23Tne bronze bust of the late Theodore Hallam lawyer and wit of this city which Is bO- oIng made by Sculptor John C Mayen berg Is expected to bo completed the next five weeks Rev Frank Hal lam a brother Is preparing a bios raphy of him Brakeman Badly Injured Jackson Ky Nov 25Henry Ly Idns brakeman on the Ohio Kentucky railroad fell from his train while passing over tho trestle near Hampton and sustained serious InJur- Ies Ho fell a distance of 30 feet and would have been instantly killed hail he not struck in the water Killed While Making a Coupling Hopklnsvilie Ky Nov 2SJohn Tanner a brakeman on tho second section of freight No 37 on tho Louis yUle Nashville railroad was killed at tho First street crossing In this City JIe fell between the cars while making a coupling and was crushed to death Named Circuit Judges Frankfort Ky Nov 25Gov Beck ham appointed the following special circuit judges M M RedwIne of El liott county for the coming term of the Morgan court John P Wells ot Johnson for the coming term of the Letcher court Sam Jett Goes Free Beattyvllle Ky Nov 25Tho cases of Sam Jett Jesse Fields and Hose Feltner transferred to this county JudgoRobertSam Jett charged with burning his own house Girl Committed Suicide Madlsonvllle Ky Nov 2fMlss Mary Ross of Beaulah this county committed suicide by shooting It Is said she killed herself on account ot the death of her lover Robert Wyatt who was killed In a duel with Jack Jones about a month ago POwers Jailer Dead Georgetown Ky Nov 23 James Reed aged 65 three times jailer of Scott county died at his country residence Ho was jailer when Caleb Powers the celebrated prisoner was first incarcerated Defeated By One Vote Kuttawa Ky Nov 25John Jones republican candidate for sheriff of Ly on county at the recent election who was defeated by only one vote by Sam G Cash tho democratic candidate filed a contest in the Lyon circuit court Large Tobacco Plant Sold Carrollton Ky Nov 25A deal has just been completed In this city where by the largo tobacco pant of M L Bar ker Co tho largest In the state outside of Louisville has been sold to the American Tobacco Co Died Suddenly in Bathroom Parts Ky Nov 24Henry Spears president of the Agricultural bank died suddenly in the bathroom at his home on Mt Airy avenue He was a confederate soldier end for more than a third of a century was cashier of tho bank White Man Shot a Negro Richmond KYlov 24 Richard Gilbert colored was shot and probably fatally wounded by John Woods white a prominent farmer The two bad trouble over a trivial matter Woods was arrested and placed In jail Mrs Bryan Tineey Dead Covington Ky Nov 23Mrs Bryan Tansey aged 07 died at her Sunae 319 Madison avenue She was the widow of Bryan Tan ey who held the office of oil Inspector under County Judge Shine and died about a month ago Must Pay the Guards Frankfort Ky oy23Tbal thy state of Kentucky must pay the sate guards for their services during the turbulent times at Frankfort from January to May 1900 isthe decisIo7 ol the Kentucky court of appeals j Jvfe WEALTH ON FARMS Secretary Wilson Issues Ills An niml Report Value of the Crops in 1905 Is 6133 000000 the Highest Ever Attained in This or Any Other Country Washington Nov 27Wealth production on tho farms of the United States in 1305 reached the highest amount ever attained in this or any other country G415000000 In tho first annual report of his third term Secretary of Agriculture Wilson presents an array of figures and statements representing the prod ucts antI profits of tho farmers of the country which ho admits dreams of wealth production could hardly equal Besides the enormous yicd of wealth the secretary estimates that the farms of the country havo increas ed in value during the past five years to a present aggregate of 6133000 000This Increased value the secretary suggests la Invested better than in bank deposits or even in the giltedged bonds of private corporations Analyzing tho principal crops for the year the secretary says that corn reached its highest production with 2 708000000 bu a gain of 42000000 over the next lowest year 1899 hay Is second in order of value although cotton held second paco during the two preceding years The hay crop this year is valued at 605000000 Cot ton comes third with a vacation of 1576000000 wheat 525000000 oats 282000000 potatoes 138000000 barley 138000000 tobacco 52000 000 sugar cano and sugar beats 50 000000 rice 13892000 dairy prod ucts 665000000 an increase of 54 000000 over last year The farmers hen the secretary says Is becoming a worthy companion to his cow The annual producUon of eggs is now a scoro of billions Poul try products have climbed to a placo of more than a half billion dollars In value so the farmers hen competes with wheat for precedence There arc more horses and with a larger aggregate vauo than ever before notwithstanding as the secretary says they were first threatened by the bicycle and later by the suburban trolley and the automobile He call mates their value at 1200000000 or nearly as much as the corn crop and tho value of mules at 252000000 In the aggregate the valuo of farm animals has increased a few million dollars within the year and since tho census of 1900 have Increased 9 per cent SIXTEEN WERE KILLED Two Passenger Trains Collide on a Massachusetts Railroad Lincoln Mass Nov 27 Sixteen persons were killed 25 were seriously Injured and probably a score of others cut and bruised in tho most disastrous railroad wreck recorded In this state for many years The wreck occurred Sunday night at Bakers Ridge station a mile and a half west of Lincoln on the main line of the Fitchburg division of tho Boston Maine railroad The regular Sunday express which left Boston at 745 ocock for Montreal by way of the Rutland system crashed into the rear of an accommodation train bound for points on the Marl boro branch line and which started from Boston at 715 Of the dead a dozen were passengers in the two rear cars pf the Marlboro train The other two were Engineer Barnard ottha Montreal express and his fireman No passenger on the express train was In jured Of those who lost their Hves a number wero apparently killed In stantly in the collision while othera were either burned to death or died from suffocation SAILORS IN MUTINY 8ebastopol Is in Danger of Falling Into Their Hands Sevastopol Nov 27TheIong expected mutiny of sailors who have been on the verge of revolt for months has come and Russias stronghold on the Black Sea Is In danger of falling completely into their hands The sit nation is very critical All the shorn equlppages numbering 4000 men are In open rebellion and driven away or taken their officers prisoners The Brest regiment of infantry has gono over In a body to the mutineers Gen Ncptucff the commander of the fortress is u captive Tho Blelostok regiment the only other regiment In the city received the mutineers with cheers but thus far It remains loyal Besides the Blelostok regiment there are two battalions of artillery and a battalion of the fortress artillery here Tho Euxlne fleet Is standing In the offing and IsfdgJ obeying the orders of Vice Adm ouknln but the crews are disaffected and their Is gravo doubt whether they can be restalned from joining the mutineers and great er doubt that they will fire upon them American Imports Into China Washington Nov 1 Ifhe total value of merchandise exported from the United States to China In the ten months ended with Octooe 1905 was 50104767 against 20557184 for tho same period ot 1904 which up to that time was the high record year Greeting To Russian Workmen St Petersburg Nov 27Count Wltte has received a telegram of greet ing from the American Federation of Labor to the Russian workmen He has authorized its publication In tho newspapers Russian Prisoners Revolt Vladivostok Nov 27A number of Russian troops who were taken pals re1cent1yreturned tho local garrison revolted Sunday killing two of their officers and wound- Ing five others- Given a Farewell Entertainment Washington Nov 27 Secretary Taft gave a dinner at his home to the board ot consulting engineers of tto Panama canal commission The occa sion was a farewell entertainment of the foreign delegates To Import American Wheat Mexico City Nov 27 Millers of Mexico are speaking of the necessity of beginning to import American wheat In large quantities This means that they expect the temporary rates of import duty on wheat to bo extend ed into next year Tpi Benefit Railroad Servants St Petersburg Nov 27The coun ell of ministers has approved a prop l made by the ministry of ways and communications for the grant o- f100o0 to ameliorate the condition of raliToad servantsS t to oP A f Curiosity Shops in England Many of tho curiosity shops planted in the back streets of most country towns In England are kept up byI large London firms who flrom a prolonged study ot human nature bavo discovered that people who are buy ing old furniture or old silver in Bond street or Piccadilly are ready and eager purchasers of precisely the same objects at a rather higher price whoa buy come upon them In the back1 streets of a country town RedCrocs Dogs lAiring the RussoJapanese war dogs were found to bo of great value in the afflbulanco corps and a number jf them wero presented with the Red Cross badge Ih the form of tiny blan kets decorated with the characteristic cross fb slog ambulance corps made an cxcollent record for itself In Man churia whwo Its members rescued hundreds ot wounded soldiers Drown Girl Babies Another traveler In China Mrs Dorothy Cator brings forward once moro the grim fact that poverty In that country leads to the commission of terrible crimes Tho Chinese very seldom kill their sons she says but theIr girl babies they drown If they have too many Just lIko kittens Anjr day ont may be seen floating in the river The Reaction The fight was about to begin Suddenly tho referee called a halt Gontlemen he said I have Just discovered that onit of these two men Is a ringer Instead of being a plain ordinary straight up and down prizefighter he is an old college football player Tire fight Is off Chicago Tribune Tips in Paris last summer was a record one in Paris for tips The porters In the mu seums made moro out of visitors whoso umbrellas and sticks they took charge of than even during the worlds fair of IJOO Attendants at tho Pantheon received as much as 025 dally In tips of small amounts Heredity Uncle Henry said tho young man which or my parents do I resemble Both ray boy answered tho undo and guardian You have your moth ers marvelous capacity for gcttlugrid of money and your fathers positive genius for not making ItChlcago Tribune Work Out Debts Debtors in Slam when threo months In arrears can bo seized by the cred itors and compelled to work out their Indebtedness Should a debtor run away his father his wife or his chil dren may be held In slavery uniilthe debt is canceled Fishing vs Hunting The man who can sit for hours in a boat waiting for a bite may havo patience but he is shy tho fortitude displayed by the hunter who squats for hours Inn cold marsh waiting for a wild duck to come his way Domestic Diplomacy Women dont have logical minds said Hhicwd bluntly They dont need them If theyre aa sweetlyYouDetroit Free Press Some Encouragement Darling may consider myself your accepted lover Ve1iererhardly that But for the present you may consider yourself my prevailing fadStray Stories Kiyakl Wood Tho hardest Japanese wood IB the kiyakl It resembles oak In fiber lakes a high polish and Is used for tine worlcand frames of ships but Is becoming very scarce A Question Bacon This paper rays the Baltic sea has more wrecks than any other place in the worl- dEsbertHownbout Wan streetuYonkers Statesman Plenty of Pulp Canada has foszts which at the pres ent rate of consumption of timber for paperIn Books Only The Japanese have a high regard for their niothers in law So have most people outside ot the joke books Russian Zemstvos The Russian zemstvos or country ad ministrative bodies supply agricultural implements to peasants on credit MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Nov 24 CAMLnCommonz 75 8 75 Heavy steers 4 65 4 75 CALVESEXtra 0 8 00 BOGS Oh packers 4 85 0 4 90 Mixed packers 4 80 0 4 90 SHEEP Extra 4 65 QI 4 75 LAMBSEXtra 7 35 7 40 FLOUR Spring pat 5 15 5 4V JNoCORNNo3 mixed 44 No8 white 46 j3RYENoIIAYCh timothy 13 75 PORKMess 1510 LARD Steam 7 ZT BUTTER Ch dairy fa 15 25VAPPLESPOTATOESPer bbl 2 00 2 25 TOBACCO New 00 J13 00 Old 4 50 014 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter nat 5 10 20 85VSNoCORN No 2 mixed 41 OATSNo 2 mixed t 29 RYENo2toPORK Mess 13 45 13 50 LARDSteam 7 00 7 02 y2 New York FLOURWIn strts 3 95 4 10 WHEATNo 2 red 91 CORN No 2 mixed 5- 7OATSNo2 A mixed 35 36 RYE Western p 7G PORKMess 16 50 LARDSteam j 7 55 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 84 84 873CATTLESteersSHEEP No 1 2 00 2 60 Louisville 93CORNNoOATS Np 2 railed 32YJ 33 PORK Mesa a120LARD Steam 7 7 50 jndlaiiapollc WHEATNo 2 red 3 83 CORN No 2 ralJJeJ f 4- 3oTSro niiea g 29l f c DIFFERING VIEWS OF JOiS The Man In the Air Peels tony for the Man on Firm rooting dabetheironstory of the ateI frame pf an office build hehadvas about to go down when lie overheard oflhostructureThe man who was cleaning the windows was a lIaskylrishman ad as he swabbed away whiIUe4 merrily Suddenly ceased tune and theI window on the ledge of which he was ofpalecalled out tb the nearest ironworker on boyjutuestedloora tone of deep commiseration but thin livingiAndThats right agreed the ironwork hundredsSCARED AWAY THE GHOST Resourceful Curate Knew How to Put Unwelcome Visitors to Rout A zealous curate went to ta with some friends at a country house relates Rams Horn On descending to hisliostsssslept and seemed relieved when he said thelutyou perhajM noticed ioyvy particular we were in our mqulnes every morning as to how you had slept hOt the truth u that tbc room you occupied is said to be knowiicuratethoughtCullrwas some came and stood by my bedside iaterestsaid Please will you sire ne a sub infantlagain IIdahoFraser Idaho Nov 27tb Special Mrs Martha J ce has given for pubilca lion the following nUleuiciit concerning Uodds Kidney lilIa I was down with Rheumatiisn three DocIIKidneythey cured me now am around and do all my work though I am fiftyeight arid I can walk to tunday School every Sunday Before I took Dodd iKidney L was so bad I could use neither hand nor foot I shall keep Dodds Pius on hand all the time llbcumalisra is caused by Uric Add crystallizing in the J1uselCJ Healthy kidneys remove all ne from thi blood Diseased Kidney cannot remove this Acid which collects in the blood and poisons every vein and artery Doddi KidD y Pills cure Rheumatism by curing the Kidneys by heating and IItrepllben- ing them eo that they can blood of nil impurities S Honesty of the Mod 1Xlntl lumtTpfefidentbusiness life I desifo to impress one thought upon Honesty ever and nl i the policy that is IJeIIt Yeslfather1 said the young man ii way appended the gray UP1littleto find how many things you can do in a I butincpj tray and still bo honestMi- nness Journal cerricuRA THE SET siooJ Complete r Treatment for Every Hu I mor from Pimples to Scrofula front Infancy to Ago A Set Often Cures contitutionalcompletesweet wholesome BatJie the affected watercuticledryitcliiniilTitationand heal and lastly take Cuticura Re thebloodof healthy activitr More great cures hereditaryhumorsdiM than by all other blood and Am remedies SIIt is a healthy sign that public ono ion has at last been aroused to a pitch where common honesty is demanded of public officials Atlanta ConstitutionI When Baby Has the CroupIse basins Croup Cure It prevents henmonia luil DIphtheria No opium No nan sea aoccots A P Buffalo N Y The roan who attends strictly to hu own business lisa little competition I Do not lielieve 1iios Cure for Consumption has an Iualror coughs andcoidaJ F lloycr Feb 15 1900 S The road to failure U the one that isIfull of ruta 5 tir tl TWiCBTOLD TESttiCOR 1 AWeaia Who lie Sdfertd Tells flow to FIUII Relief The thousands of women who suffer backache laaguoJ urinary disordei ana other KIUUO ills Tvlll find comfort In the words of Mrs Jane Farrell of Cbfl u 1 reiterate nil I have said before in praise of Doana Kid ney Pills I had been having heavy backaches and my gen eral health was affected when I began using them My feet tvere swollen my eyes puffcdand dizzy spells were fre quent Kidney nation was irregular and the secretions highly colored Today however I nra a well woman KidneyPillsme well Sold by all dealers 50 cents aMwx FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y SICK HEADACHE AsTTLE IVRP1 Pshheicurea by these JUUe Pills They also niUere tress from DjBVepaa In In the Mouth Coated Tongue Pain u tUp Side rhItIfJI KCIMM Must Bear Facsimile Signature ntREFUtE SUISTItUTES 5 liE flks I From Puis APer Sam and alt and Skin Daesux nzsfta nox wi Us Di A ass incus ami Iii Siiihcwyt r7atta fu jog r1Ira Wrincr 0 olnU Sinclt Doable FISH UU Baia tlo LIJWn Cough yrupThte Once tliJA N KR 2102 THE FREE FOR TWO at Our We want to prove to IOU that The Ohio Farmer Is tle greatest farm published you can not appreciate its value with do want it to como for nest ten months f a year in all write us and wo positively guarantee to stop It Iv once and will riot charge you a cent for the two months trial familiar with it and without vest to your U you da not find It what you wont SThe a large 00pago weekly fA to 40 pages In iho winter reading well Illustrated on hIrJgrdolargest and most expensive atati nf practical enta and field reporters nllnekno1itledlOli UUiQdUeJ rfrecei i jma matlotv wON5lsasytiMeathe n iWrUdr AGENTS WANTED ijrfwemir Send rtIs P re m t is all fiee It makes eS and Droiltnblo winter work FREE SAMPLECOPY If yttf prefer to a sample copy be fore takinrju3fvantaee of offero will send you free onroQuest AdoJC9S THE OHIO Cleveland Ohio Cut out this coupon and atuch U to your letter SI 2 JerseyCity dgestlonanitTooflesrtyEating TEE 01110 FARMER CitreUnd OSlo t accept offer to leit At OWe Firmer f I At factory Prices UtsI stud Mule JIi Free cur lb steul rmanofactarAiff Una dlatribmtloK mMlUvelr caves rood onta merepret lach 48 our one roar euo onetMTtng Our rasif a ceatury s uiaautaCtarIg exp txn oanoancaIiy troara1lbalDb Ths7 JourulOi1UardSIlIl a pomaJaa lleur nisin vlo fort nil thau esu be bad osotwtlre Sbelltosth do will b Szprt Stool ILL 1ICEv cts The is Manufactured California Co lhe lull name of the company California fig Syrup Co to printed on the front of svsry package of the genuine5 The the above wilt enable to if therefore be declined Buy the genuine always to get ks beneficial effecte It dunKS the system yet dtfpels coWs and headaches by men women or children Many nvilions know of its beneficiai effects from actualusc and personal It is the laxative remedy of the Always buy the Genuine Syrup of Flea THE L 1f 1IWcorfor WONDER SALVE i Absolutely Fite All edus Ingredients SURE CURE 1IuoatCorns SoresttzeraRbeumalism buncles Wounds IvesTram UtAaER aoxs S3 suracxlus lui370 BREECH LOADING tJS a Sir sailiieiri44n ttoed3i4oty sskd wIIIGUNS TACKLE 4a- rnk1na uIusa-ZApLaUs r- apIifurOELtCLESENTCO 1fDest ts- eI 101110 FbJMEIflS MONTHS Try it paper aluraJ bkothellsknot the opportuJiltcome thoroughly just OhloiTarmerts sean the dltorsrn Mf4before ende for complete anjJTsupplIi FARMER read ICOUPON myaubseItIonfooayaIt totDaotblugfor 50a Ninth BIISIBlnliuK- IMBALL ORGAN mCoaKimball3TrOXtFCnCIYpaeatpIaD Itolatgetpllal5rIdaIfrel3blalisbail tSrIbOUgS IdFAEECAflffiECadeflOeIreaiitltaneei cataw Vyou LJJH There only One- OenidneSyrupof Rigs Genuine bythe Fig Syrup OrlglnaPackaes Knowing one avoiJtie fraudulent unreliabledealersifyotrwfcK gently effectually thekidneysoEthdrown knowledge wellinformed MANUFACTURED BY finns Day A IUda iJIr1TZO Expense EVlYWlflPl3 is IITI8BIPIIE IEUUll1AJIt Call tOrqr MONET P wMe j t NIlc Ii v iSji r c a r S i t 0 S P t 0 l 9 h 4ii Ii OWfflGSVlLLE OUTLOOK 4 v OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO e J OWING3VILLE KY SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Address nil communications to THE OUTLOOK PUBLISHING Co or o 4 JOHN W HoKAKKit o fn gsvill 1 t Ky Subscribers desiring change 1 mddresBshmild always give piqviuiiR ddrt8 when writing- CorrespnndentBvhen out of staI Ltionery should mention fact on a ipparnto slip of paper t NllchtnnliSIillll is allowed tu an p tithotlyTOE OUTLOOK is sent one year tot one dollar six months for sixty 4 cents three months for thirtylive j ksntTHURSDAY NOV 30 1005 i i CAPT WM G DKARINCI of lIen j lilgsburg has been appointed Sur 5 veyor of tho Port of Louisville lo succeed C M Barnett It hasnt r 1 been BO very long since CaptDear Ing was a Democratiu leader in Ibis Congressional district p bisoKHEKs in Russia ore lucrea FIngdepItcthe concessions towards tn IILrll goverofliont JUlclohy thI Caar It may be lliat reforms have elltnt1b long delayed and Russia 4 must pay the penally of centuries of niisgovernuienl through horri I J 9s ble ievuhttinnMBy a ruling of Commissioner Y rites many patent medicines ue i Vd fur that Jagged feeling among 4I them Perutm and old Hostellers Jjjllersj are placed tin the eauio in l l lernal revenue footing as redwhis i fcy Get on tlio water wagon rJ i 44 k tlEKETorohK the visitor to Lex In ton WHB plonsed to think the 11 KiHellc of the Blucgrass was admir ieaPhoenix worthy Ofit city many t times as big as Lexington but the Phoenix people are In a com paiiy that has projected million V t dollar hotel i at Soijc American residents of the it lIe of Bines have stirred up a Jh il wunting Uncle SnruJe rea lila laadgnbb in i 1 s gather in thntanutieIherCulI- n a be willing or norr Uncl Sum cz 7t generally be counted on tiTget his I o 4 share nnd somb of other nations share whenever the grabbug is 4p If 1 polled i t ONLY ninetyfour counties of e ucyrepurted 10 Secretary of 17Ii x atejMcphihmey the vote tin the j Tthetidtnetit tn the constitution 4 permitting return to iho viva tS Vvo eiiieihod of That is a ttatberqueer way to fulntII hIln 8L Intl- d Tbfc vote jXfpnrted WaB f8i419 against tl 55578 fot tuo ameridraent BiJttJKBtjBsi friends appear to be Conlldentthitt Jo will succeed him lielf In the U S Senate Paynter friends fecui to consider the Judge Tr t 6 goiaseIecLed to the saute of jJee Meati while W IK Ualdomans friends think they pee a line ippo r tunity to pfcci the Louisville jour S FnaItsttu th fame nfllce Tlie really q eureihiog that therell be aarlp f pfrig oldllffle when tie General I ft Assembly nuets 3i yI SENATOR tR BUItONfllKahsIrig 1y chargetiJrfth 3 usnUon to Hppear before Ihe PostofUce Department as attorney r lOT a certain company of St Louls c was found guilty by the IT SCourt t t tt ouisAn ppenl wiiI be 4e ti ken The pealty m Burtons vrito is a fine otecoedfn1OQV- II 00 I laiprieonfflent pot exceeding t tjrs anti the forfeiture of Uisaeut I ft the US Senate It rUE Dark Toijacco Ptotfctlvo Association of Kentuckyand T nr aieeaeesto bo more pir Jt1 tkIie GrowcrCn I itilirttorganiilng n tontfilm iELhs eile oftho of thrk to l a FrotH repojtt thatVassbelaV ieMoertisn IH the wsyrI eyiotfa agaIiistal11I1e g 4 cft9territpryWk hjrefU8d to join it fd pho VgolriBt all denlers and pthfis WhO would ucitwork with it A inilti eflbrta tero a living ar proiiar its product The Asso Ici3rtl6nlrecently661d five thousand rahiJBeiTt at1885 per hundred 1i r question ol the regulation NIJw Ynt 8 by Congress is a 4 tfJhJngeven than the bufldiIIi eIr CanaL A polleyrPthat pectmay bring a c J v Ir4inafevIIr infinitely worse th a n z t bocorrected6filyriboraiJ f know all about the lbjeCfbpJ Irn JcJ argUercueone fiict that seems to he uni i et l yceit j namely that In te e complaint hc enc waOefare the Interstato Coin in jiBeree CommIssIon tljat any rote A JIt8 TaBejrtprtionato ar isI7 Jryllif MidVhipHian M rlcthtr of L IssIut on the charge of iilling j It t4sas James R Branob of skIn a pugiliHticibattle iiby Branch buhlylrcgn nil 1gMtkeiher because the lat r ter jeilci lot obey all the absurd hFelansasen Ffom the iestimony brought out verdict of justifiable libaaieida would Beet the require l ietits of justice iVien ruffia Pi xrI pence hj tbp people try to Slake r life a burden for other cadets who refuse co6 lUtethefflselres cetkey have fflora recently rAd the havul or military a ad belJI hiI8 rB fh i berEI wiea ibey We killed y U 1Mde11ctIe r 1 tJ tljf r I iof ip lI 1 1 J f 91 r lr5 6tJ fr J6JJ r4 rf rt 10 r t ttrit J I 7 t 0 i ft r 1 rQORRESPONbiiNCE West End Wm Daniel is sick flog cholerrt is prevalent on up per Suit Lick andMud Lick Miss Alice Miller our tlDcicnt school teacher is sick tItle week H H Armitngp who has been almoBt dying condition for weeks is rtported some better nlighhnrhohdRdnetjn Roosevelt had better send 1 ofnItadmits r nkerher vote He is honest anl sin ro but Oh you fullticket howl erpl you yelled full ticket Vhi did you do it forio sell your mule 1 It makes Wo tired to hear somo so called Republicans talk Step stone lets let thorn go to tile devil as far a you and I are concerned FlatCreok ling killing IB the the order of IhodltY Lithe Toy wad the guest of Orn Molcalfe Saturday nighty James Steele anti Chits Mye were nt Wyoming Sunday Ora Mftcnlfe and Lillie Toy were guests of Mary Steele Sunday Brother Henry Adams will preach at title place Saturday night and Sunday dllughtcrMitisand Sunday with friends near Pre ton V nndoliildrnSere n fred Steele Saturdaynlght and Sunday Muses Bertie and Myrtie Baker and Emma Cnetigan were guests of Misses Livonia and Orla Warders Saturday night and Sunday Upper Prickly Ashjo hogllkilledAirs BMenCarr bought RisalroatB of Almanca Stone for 22 John Oakley of Rots Rim was a guest of Riley Chandler last Wednesday night Willie Canrv tneaiMf3riJ tv isiteduid wife one night laSt week Mrs Emma Stone is visiting her sisterinlaw Mrs E S Hamilton on Roes Run this week James Shrout and wife of tcar Slmrpsburg visited Mrs Clancy Shrout oneday lastweek Caleb Ta11iirandfamiy Salt Lick visited DanIel Harper and family Saturday and Sundujf T J Reid sold ijj jicVes nJ lat to Riley Cjiandlet furn Reid bought 53 acres on Salt Well for OO y 4 f rjSlate Valley raVMarlih Jones iable Jo be upiigairi I i tc rf Sam Shuitz bought a cow from James Williams fur 29 Jo Shedegar and Jo Crouob wcro here bird hunting lust week4 Robert Bailey auld wife Wets in Owingsville eboppi ng Saturday James S deg ibo iirfa pair of work mules from Jack Hlce for170 PrlcklyIlust week J Born Thursday Nov 22 to uames Goodpa iettanUwJteii son itlieiritlratborn Misses Rosa Stone Lottie Gac t82orAhSQvisited their daughter Mrs Chris G arner andTawIIySundiey Mrs Butler Toy vlaiedher at ti Mrw Gopdanfind family neat iitr3 p Br Slate jbrjilge C4turaa hVgirt ali l Su f 1 Jfiqe neThiyjg3iiuiw i n ld not have any amucwente carrlcd ontblttvIuldbrllgreprmch on the e cbCJrc1It H younz mcm liil fChristi rCrooks 4 t b V JbhnsonIe quite sick Mrs Tom S tJer1ieldd8 on the sicfcltat ofCll1ikcourltyisief Press Barnes sKipped a carload of cattle to CincinDBti Saturday Miss Bessie Lemaster of Mt Sterling1is visiting rolatVveshere Will Nixon wife and tWoMttle daughier8werefitf OwlDgeviHetSafc urdaySPeed II Lathram shipped two J dfcaHJ to Cincinnati Saturday Mrs Cole Jackson of plyropla visited her duugbterMrsJoe Wil Hams tl r n MrD SNlron arid sorivlgitid r la hcs ItlIi JifniCI YrfO tltt UrdayUll Monday bldeckd Virginia Saturdayi Dave Chandler of White Oak as rented a hourie of Press Barnes a nd will move to itMooday BenvRol6r8 night man at tne depot Jsvisltjrig his aunt at Cat et ebdng who is inpoprlieaHhtvi IFof aboutcd acresTfor j200 pos OJonSiveIthotftrstor March John Clark Jr Wesley Ailonder Butih and S S e rJ1 L iiteraldys here lustweekUvn1 a unting trip l L T 1 7 C 2 tiL IorgeHillC- hanhioMyere and James Steel le of Flat Creek spent Sunday with friends here J M Moore bought ten head of young mules from Sam Lathram 16860 a head Miss Margaret Reeves spentSrit lirlay antI Sunday with home folks IIIn Fleming county W W Williams sold Monday to Ihreeta Mrs M P Stnton taut children Preston spent the loiter part lust week with relatives in Its eighborhoodtFairview HatIJuno hits nil boon gathered in thispitrt Robert Kineaid soltu turkey gobbler futGL- eonardAbdensonbutighit JaBuck colt for IL dMtsIrndrix lust week Sam Woodard was in Muyti on business last week Robert Ivincaid bought 25 shocks of fodder at 8Jc per shock D II Hfmlrix was in Mt tter lillgon bupiness lust weekriSuits WooJard moved into the house with Eddie ParKind last wI eksMiss Lith Kineaid visited Mrs RinYuloy of Scrabble Ridge lust week Alfred Bailey sold his tobacco at Oc Richard Andersen sold Iris tobacco at 8c Okla J hn Grain purchased a horee of R K Gray for 125 Mrs Edith Garner and son Led ford of Odessa visited relatives hero Sunday Andrew Estill and sons ol Flera g county visited Nlliban Vice and family Sunday Marshall Davis and sister ot uosetFlemiiig countyvisitcdJohn Gorrell and family Sunda- ysMrs John M Iledrick who b p I3holdJVlakR Gray and family visited familyluqretlelhSturdny 17 ut Taylor CrainUnd wife and Mrs Jnmed Cram visited JohnTocld and family in Fiemins untySuTidiiy Miss Mae Vice visited her coiu ins Misses Sarah and tvaRidtlle on White Oak Saturday anW Sunday Joseph Vice and wife f near Flemingsburg visited the formers brothers Nathan and Samuel Xlce- Saturday and Sunday Miss Ellon Demon of Fleming county came Saturday to spi two weeks with her patent James Denton and wife She Was accom panied by Louis Fawns of Fleming county Stepstone Mrs Ethel ldrleyie atSaULicl I visiting family bar uncle J DTifrley a Ut1 Miss Lena Parker visiting her uncle Wm Bleviua and family M t Sterling Mieses Ann nndJIyrtleThonipsnn spentWedneBduy withW E VhI lieS and wife on Salt Well A W Donnhew end wife spent gerQulseDberry Jas T Barnes wife and babe of Ewington spent Sunday with uncle C B Reid and wife Mrs JD Alexander vIsited Allington und fuolilat Thomson from Saturday till Monday Misses Kate Moxley and Essie tJ liiindrJarnea bcobee knr1wIfeutlIowur ds- hIl Mrs Ri huird JG odpaster and bttarrIvedhertrSii turday to iit le par fteCffarles Conley and w IflMrs G S Utterback arid daugh spcnlSUbdaaIIy- Miss Gertrude Hamilton r b rotlrJeeao ii suit VelI IIpent SaTurday atidSunday with Clvde Drnwnof Big5tJohn arid lie will be s toUtiWeRichard Wilson and wife Espy arid Foy Hart James Wilson and W A Conley spent Sunday with Miss Brooksie Henry jThoS H Tiirjey and family who h Itnitile last year returned here last Mr Turley will farm his fathers place near hero the coming season listwBiBrooksie spent frotuThursday until Saturday with G W K rrlck anllI fsmilJ it Salt Lick They were no companied home by their Iousinl Mies Daisy Perkins Mrs ClaudeWilaon nod brothers George and Jack Eldridgo were ca11edtotlte bedside of their brother Jfrajwlio is very low with fever ut h S Fuudsame place Sunday L th Snow of Memphis Tenn trampperdi In the second year of bis r vel04ahi before finishing will av tramped every tRtoin the bookinJitixperienceaa dI Q TheNews i Per Year A or It i 1 H f r ifIv w o OdQ I I Born to Clarence Colliver ani wife a suit J Ilogkiliing wns tile ordcr or the day last weak tMIPs ri con ti thnnerffLittle hello daughter of O Hawkins full and broke her arm Saturday Odd anti Josh Flem in 5111gI U Darnell Mondayi10 ujtitn fund I neo OllUUCgll frind lIttle daughter Botilah Lee of WoudhullUtThn are visiting tho 811innersand wife here were guests of Mrs tilltNaylors Eranch WO Trayor and wife visited ai Bethel SundayvIJessie Moody of Moores Ferry visited at Charlie Horsemans Sun ay nightnaWilHo St npor Reynoldsville LithrumIcWarren Warner sold and deliver cd eleven bbls of corn to Captain Pitinnn at 2 tier barrel thdgeshere Saturday and SundayMSunday evening at other boys were breaking a young hprse belonging 19 J- Ut B Goodpnster Taking the horse on tho pike it reared up fell back and is supposed to have broken its neck It died Monday morning Moores Ferry Turn Sorrel continues sick iiito feverJohn Otis sold to David McCar ty one at 5c arotafat hog at 5c We had some worm and some cold days the past week Mrs Leslie Atchison is some beet t but nut able to do tho house work toMissmake her home with Win Dicker d liuflthoited Abe Goodpuster and wife near Peasltcks Sunday ihiMnJrMidland City spent Sunday with DW Shruul olid family yfrowv fiaeutedttMispast week with upper SurreiUt Uillsburo und returned huuio uii day Mrs Aaron Fanning iifuJJipln laavil e came up Friday to spend a Jfew days with Mrs Boune Ingraui and family Mrs Mary F Flood Avidow of D EleVlttTerireiisee where sliocuuie irntu when she married Mr Flood fJsaa Moody eold to Buone Uaz r his farm hcru for pii sessin given Ibe Urst of next moiiili Moody will muvo to Farmers OP SHniut bought of Drl3ientad nofslt Licka small for 100 antI Is erecting a store Shrouts toietiStoopsOSamuel Hart is seriiil ly illjhis howe near Mt Sterling sOllie Kissiok made a flying trip to Fleming ounty Tuesday IThos Uoberson was with tier oh Mud Lick one day met wcekI Alvin Goodey of Clark county Bjrdsfarm A GIfw eekSMrs L hurt and eon of Olym visited ibe family of JMStull ust week E Lr FuBsett and ffamily visited the family of Ben Wilson near Bethell last week vleitJlingwife Dear Olympia- HarveyRoliertsbn of Salt LIt ktvisited relatives in the Springfield neighborhood lust Week1 c Mrs Tom Warnnr andsrnLIewrell visited reltttives in Buurbon d county Saturday and Sunday The fellow who is quickest fo criticize Something smart usually snarls the most under criticism s linybaling is Ihit order oCtbo day hero All that have il urei making hay while the sun shines Some wouldnever expose thelrlgnorunce If they didnt ru g to make a display of their knowltl e dgekof boys hue been DIYw n hunting trips Most of them m brought beckon exceedingly largo supply of gus e 5ris A Itirge crowd attendedChildrei- cli ja Day exercises at Somerset Chtr tl Sunday An interesting program w nasThe infant daughter of Jbsoph dlphtherlllSundllr ents hava the sympashy of hosa community to u AUCTIONEER ct wtlonec cl1RGEOdessa Ky it j c ry f I I S JJ Jl Hiliabdrbr I A C Xlmmcriuau was inMorelieaO Sti tithtyiieCharley Clark visited bis sister5 lIrsCltin WilllamsSsunday- V JR Sauiidors and family loft Thursday fur EcullolIIndlo make 3tJackSSn E tltvutismlliogi luSrllnduIyrrsSaturday and Sunday herethis01 or A C Zimmerman Rev J L West will hold Itti churchHero WiltIInand family Saturday mid Sunday Frrink Davis and wlfHofMoruliead tlted the hitters gralldmolhorMrs EIIuii Summit Saturday undSunday oUftCarmelcamoWcdncsJuy i V tiIhleruyThoinpson lieIt babrwhohllvoer v heekat Moores Ferry RhodaIoudry Owlugsvlhlelder y e ndissMr and Mra Sorrell our most hearcongratulations nnd wlsli theta t prosperous anti happy life Olympia Mrs Lena Jackson was in Ow irigsville Saturday Thomas Jacksin expects to ma yes Covington soon W lL Swarts and wife were Owingayille Monday Lee Williamson and wife were Owingsvillo Saturday Cleveland ShroutofGeorgctown IIIIII visiting friends here Miss Lizzie Swarts was in Ow ingsville shopping Saturday Bro Swopo tilled his regular p pointmunt here Saturday und Sun day Mrs John L Jackson and M 5ien hurt were inOwingsvilIoMon iy Mrs Nannie Fowler visited her muther uu Licking river Vednes 11ttlnfJ 5tcksunIsJohnve months weareglad to eay is to be lIJtIIgliin v Mrs Anna CnlerIIOlt Ster ling visited hl r sJster MrIILllu Turner mat week 11 0 Irwin und wife visiied ttu Iiiti jrs sister 31u Ne v Lois JohnVon at Grunge City StiiidtiyCMrs II 0 Irwin and daughter w re guei4 of her slotfrMrs Jaur let itriots of Alt Sterling Thursday Mrs VuhlrBellier WlltU Wednestllly In Jufa htr hufbinil whu is at work at Huniiilgtiiii W Va hPoUglasj iiftera s II j5Mrwllrl8 1siled the latter sister AVashingtoirCrunch i W tieIyznpIii people have picked up courage and coverfd our church house which Was badly neethdLEverybody remember our bjjj meeting will begin nest Saturdays Deo conducted by Bros Swope d DiullStonewall Jackson accidentally shot Ray Goodan in the toot Sun day night Jackson Isu son of te Jackson mid Goodan iluson Dofia not serious FtRTcNATuiVCilFrn fortunate In one way at least because there is one thing I want that I never h ottrngVhut Tho neck of the chicken D allas News WAKTEII TO GET EsENId like hit tooth please said Iho small b ddCertainly my little ninri but dp want it the flentistWell sir responded tho grati lied boy Im going to taKejt home and Pih going to stuff it fuJlor ItugarutriuruplinntIo World JAIL BLEACHED NEGROES Ne isrosst breaking their necks to get into II Couhty Jail since it became nown recently that two negroaa 1ohthsthty were taken nut It is explain d that the damp condition of the il feWhen the news around the thegroescrapebootlngeclibefllre they were questioned about it The Sheriff let 15 como in and then JImbleached out have to dIsegoing to feed any moruofou in this beauty parlor The real Alabama negro is not Tiioat results The Ijouuty Physi lJeffectsMo Cor New Yynif World = it554 Moj 1 4 t Ii 1r TiiEAvrficfr PintoBpYiiEit +Jjhts tif injure saintsthrough fear uf ingrullclllUI if they wore si utrll It requires strategy to lltlle first kiss from irI lint niter that it tilrjlIFear of losing is time only thing tit keeps most men and borne wn en heists gambling Lots of people work harder look g for pleasure than they do at 1Iklu 1ayoung man p dic nt sow more than he can reap Love may lie blind but it gets along splendidly in the parlor with le gas til rut d down A woman way say she dislike another voinnn but the ipgencral Iy interested enough to turn around on the street to see what the other woman has on Milwaukee Sen tine EARNED IrAhandof women engaged in u missionary campaUn greed that each would contribute dollar which she hnd herself earn ed by lord work The night of the collection of thA dollars cain 0 and each told how she hind earned er money One woman hud sham p ooed hair another had secured newspapers suliscriptions another hid baked doughnut anti so o The chairman turned to a hand s thomeNow madam he snillOhov did you eurn your dollar I got It from my husbundtJhc a nsweredpI said hOeFrom your husband There was no hard work about that I The woman pmiled faintly tkheDOCTORS DCADBKAT BOOK St nnig compiled now and the printers will- n Moon turn it out If the hook is to bo depended upon there are in St Louis 15010 persona who do not pal their doctor bills Tho bonk is to contain the flumes ufnil such persons It will4iar the titIeTh St Louis Medical Credit Guidtih- i it5gdruggists and undertaker It is to be kept up to date hy the ifisu ttnce of a monthly sheet anti will Lyedirectorv The book is being compiled from the records of a collecting ugcnoj which devotes iisell ciiiirely to thi class of business The IStfOO names are culled train three yearn eperiuncu in collecting the bills of 00 physicians The louk is aUo contain the nam g of 7OOhYii r wilt are good ill the sen 14 that they have pnpcrty Physi cians armed with the boOk are x peeled to ilemund cash in advance iicfir treating lilly fino whupp namu ii in tint IIJ hell list St Lotus r itfNtw YurkWorl d YouIeia eecret onie iniutrid huisrieC Dickens of Luke FilileHhis illustrator Fld6ripieil thut ho cluldIII everyone wliit hats lieu ru l li lujsrecently revealed the mystery of EII win DriHid after1 having liad the key in his pissession for over thirtrliooearj with ugrec thai e epokc triily It would bo in In tnovv buWIsanity ci i umns of itioululions have hvtu written and printed on the pub ot of Dickens last novel sin Ct be great rouiuncer iVlud andv left It unQniylied Several bunks havi Ibcen published on thBulojCttIIn iuite recently and it wits the Ie111111Clfthc di cuaiiiiin toIowing thu publication of tutu latest vol uuie xyliith led Mr Fildes ti Ut he ITtprary cat of the big at last rhechid question tf coiirs al ways has been Was Dro d ten Iy ileau and if so who killed him p It lute usually been assumed that kkenaa hwus actually lie itinethandj of John Jaspor and tbif view was I think taken by J C oming Walterswhoso recent book Clues to Ihe Mysteryof Etlwin roodrestarted the old discus sion Walters also hud an ing n ious theory as to the true iden thyof the mysterious Datcher ley but his book ntis fallen upon severely by bovernl prouiiuont Dickensians chief of them Andrew Lntwho expressed tho belief t hllt Drood was not dead at all So MrFiIdcswho could have made a lut of motley iitany tlnle by uiving the information toa t inotelling what ho knew and ho did nol n a to tho London Tiny s Fil onhebevonil pictures of Until tlieKliii and Queen Hu miulo tho illustrations it Edwin Drool when It whs ap fi III monthly parts and aa us mil Ju the casaof Jicktjns illiistra lord received ninny instruutloiH from tho author novel wmnv11 s advanced when in a rough poof of ono of tho monthly sent to Fll dos Dickens ParticUlarlY d scrlbi d lolin Jasper as vvoirln neckerchief IlroliudhishI culled Lila attention says Fll des to tho circumstance that I hud fproviously drawn Jasper as wearing little black tie onco around tho neck nhd I nsked liiin if he hail any special reason for thu alteration of Jaspers attire and If soIsubnilted tiuibt to know pearedofortho question and said something that ho wits Fttat that early stajjeand it was ofcogUutionWUL Ncapacity for kocpiny a secret And it S2oins that tilLer having been assured upon tItle point DIckuns dciublulongthtiees EdwinIroott5witli It So ends si mystery that has not ticreefydlscuslledthall wrote theJunius lettersnnd who was tho Man lit tlio Iron Mask London Cur CourlarJonnial CI UGS J JONES d very Feed Sale Stablo bWINGSVILLE KY ctIqulaters for horse arid jni ln dealers r IepIiuiocoiiiieOtihn with Preston Station fo i t t f pnI4 ry 1- r 1 44 i 4tI3u j Mh j t ifFR1 t Tirginia Sere4neci nlP and Pluto Ganrteri C WRITE OR TELE iONEIROSE RUN IROICO4 OLVMPIA KY f THE OLD MAN WAS EAST hornividofor took his second wife and inroducd her to the J by Baying nJhls is your new mamma They looked ut her critically en the youngest blurted out 1tthutit the best you could ti- cpaChicngo1 JuiirnaT LEHON AiuIt is generally sup osed that an Englishman is ihu el Ooycstfo the point of a Joke paid K L Carrington of llimnoke Va wlic w basiilt hut I know of an English an who really caught u good IrinJ friend on a coroparativel X point u few nights ago frcl n glishraan fcild the following story o f his Irish fri ndIMaluchy he said once were three men in a boat Out thtre1 were on n stormy lake One men was named Lemon During the squall which overtook the part j Lemirn fell overboard Hk friends undjl1CgIas hardas Sqiitrze they cIIIIItIfIfijiieizcV questioned the lnishiutntif Vby to givc1l Miiirfr Jt did not take ho iriibmwh LIng t cutch t lit fVofnl then lie came to me 10 telTtbe uiori Ed Ive gut II fuiiny story An Englishman tolU jt LII me rind it tiM good for airEnglihiiian ta It nnd toll good for an lri hm in t keep Once thero were thrwu tnt t ut in a totaL A dLttIlitIWU i t fCauudsu I bo a foul auk mu why Wull why rWhy In IIsi t LemonIfeOUflt he replied Courier Journal bUS1N TiiKitc IB STHKSUTII Sincu the recent State ltv fP1H1I1- Ullllvenllclllin LIfi vllhllh Lw IhtlpItbe Suite can protlt liy this awak i e neil tntertsi but itUiM liriufy convinced t hut the irnlit tin b f H really txlianctfd ibruu gh anSIgaiiizatiun of tie ditFeronl tiiwtis H y workinj frfC is mV jit llic lUfrcantrle rtnd iiulustrint iitivS i 1n hcdiiroreiiV etlisusgSitu liri f ilic Clofnurciiil CliiH tVola that must leniruhle way inuicel und riivtjrcomo dilllcultits corifronting a business ciunmunity lies in the o ganizatioa tiCn commercial IItIiJI I t lielioe this gui strongly ti its appointed standing iashiii tetv whose sule duty it he to in tho organization of business clubs fliroughoul the State and in revivifying bdieil which have tern porarily lapsed into llv A MeDowellforrireV president uftho Club baa aceeptcdthe chair taanship of the committee and Iuuiii cippointed a9 hula atFociates fifteen Itding spirits ofLouittvilleH commercial world and ten promt nent editors in ditrerunt parts tif Kentucky Tho Louisville Commercial Club has no axe to grind in the step it U taking lo organize more commer cial bodice in the State Itt board of directors feel such an interest in State development wan shown in the recent convention in Louis ille that it is willing to expend largo part of its funds in bending representatives to ditfercnt cities I to workup rgl nizutinsortho kindmontillned Any community that desire to tako the btep indicated will rcccfvo from the Louisville liib a copy of its cotumcrciull stitutioii with lIugge Jim fo stir interestup or j C ganlzttiipn When the iron is hot eniiuuhtu ltd struck thp Totiiiner ciat Club will send a representative to help mold the boUt into dfliuiiu IVforui st C 0 JULWLTYit Trains 22nlid te DryiedTIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT cs 271003 luulr1frEastboundano26 954 amNo 1NO24Westbound reoNq 23 143 p mwNo 25 344 p m Nos 26 and theptailyPaI zr re dailILoulsvllIC r385 I rS I F H icienmey l rr X o Sons toIJ JJ I i Nursres JI1 i V IOfferfriiit and ornamental trees grapeV v frts tt fruits arb 1irn bulrOUIIIII IllW 6hrubpt ejc We employ nd t fraKtntP but Ptll tiirert the plant 4 Ilfe Calulngue nn upplhttithnnS 1 1sJJOE VnuNTIxoRmeniber that THE OUTLOOK is prepared to primilS lettcrheails noteheads billhead statements uuve1spsteurdsiaeisS receipts invitations and nil sorts jIf business stationery on the besf stock In tasteful style at the tuner reiifonablo prices Compare our work with that turnednut by any lith liffice anti you will f1l1ditt iyoiir t1 aiitngi ti have us do your wurlc We ulso print poster dodgers pll 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JAMES M Ross MBOTH Xxplalu Why 3Paracainpli Is a Safe Speedy Oertoin Cure It is StriDectis Pnracanip1t i prepared only from rcfiuol amphor the of our gradeeta combinedwith soothing esuLLui oils anti bciigar ctcruaicannpt in tlic delicate SUclniugygxonch or kitlar laid lxlanyrorrnrelief of KlicnmaUsia czeuumitt FilesSttpplZcilopensnnd penetrate directly to the acat of thepain lietter Joints orlliscascdMembranes Jr iirrcachi scat the ailment it immediately sooUies the nchiiijr partsreovcSe the congestion ninth driiws out altver soreness sad inflamaiaUon by in dug Bwcating itdestroys the ICOII3 outth6 ThL is theonly sale and sure We do not hesitate to gitaramee Rtra mphto curu SweIlin utniga atarrh5TlnroatTroublai Ec T5cttez and Itcjuja or i3Iedin es bcitisc ofattr Castomeri port to na daily hive bceu reti its usu aju1frj7orc because kuow thatPan11ih ltIo exactly hat the atlit fur it rdaunpil is a clean Safe Louichioh evy1id aeryIiuuncaSracantipli today cu our turni nuotIt itwnams for 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