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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r1tt 1 F 1 v iw c r L 1 i S iP C c qq r it 1 i Ebtgtuino nillt ntbak T 1 rl t 22t k aMens 3 overcoats at Brothel fe 4 ilv Brothels American Lady shoe al J lUrBrothers Brother A Brother have the beet tatt ford bnotaneL3Tt ladys gold watch and I iko V haln RewardMJ Ladies and Misses skirts at Brother Brothers lJ Overshoot for everybudy at Brother Brothers Buy your Xmns presents of J I A Power the jeweler I Ij 5I4 For a hobby overcoat lookRI ie Brother ik Brother line Buy a Talkophone and records I otJA Pow r the Jeweler f W L pouglau shoes for sale only by Brother tc Brother 4iz C UonJ A Power the Jeweler 4A for nice Xmas presents q Gold rings of all kinds and sites b at J A Powers Jewelry etc reLeAt kind Ofdretl T Iess R4 Y tlmri cost OOflOrASTE1Ct1J Geo T Young is the authorized agentof THE OUTLOOC to collect ZT teetrZtrrhp from the chenpeflt to the best 10 tirrSee our drem goods sale They e gpcheBp GOOD 6TERCO 4 Gnu FOR SAtc 400 bar relaint if eb tktApply to GCEwlng 2t Isfe Rain coats guaranteed water I Iiprooffor tate by BroiherAiHritiher a Cutglas silverware and optical v goods Nt JoA rower jewelry j tqre 1 Genuine Ball Brand rubber ir overshoes and boots at Brother A r4tI J tjtliersS i J t 1 fLLanelsg at for Wieder r rtnn bottled beer and Budwejeer V bottled and keg i VhensjiiuciuneiutWflt buy IA 4X yourvovercoitt lonkat Brother A bI4b Iruther3tIi6So p i 1Iu5yn nice watch and chain furl 7 j your FaR lr at J A CS Powers jewelry BlortIa j All who have property to 11at C public auction call mM D Paris SHe IiIIL give satIIaelfl J MrChata 1ittIeysittifl Ct tiaIF kc Uichgriide 10x20 picture frame aHaai tic mixed plot for unit by Li 12rSfa1t ncy decoratedfa itt xiretrprt1 saucer to H nikardn Byrons li rdwarsiltit I 1 viA BeraNoy 29 to J It Dtrneli 4ladyie 1el Peart Sorrelol 7 1 ftearSkerurfleBOUthClr fret I 4 infTBK OUTLOOK mentioned Joints 1tv f v 4 W4LaeabhetItTelCt lai5t week If j teiiiujdkiive been County E i ia 1 t p ti f DrGW CoBBier the dentist um0dMitUBdcr aiid alt approved f aniesAeUcs for the painless utritloaoftetho R e j F HerR TfcursdiBy tBrirning Nov T J AUr JNCrobki and wife lda k t tRee May Sa hders a Daughter Li 00 f I wtighi ften POURIIa Heavy rains fejLTues4ay night Friday lgnt and Saturdmy put ting ike larger watercourses past fortli1i g for i law days 1 I o4acs dkplayI1 S4 S1 eMhi wrsIUirea IfIJt da to ult every oae MlIf1P SS theT The JLisl Society eftkeilethej 4 distCbareh will ClythelrChtilt jH8alelfuuefuIiad tansyar 1 U Place wlll I jnanouiied Iatr f i 1tu waIL sosiethinif for th roaV liyroas asdyou cansot JaUto sen I gUBc a 1 hat Wysbes i saokiRg set hat an coitarki1lak wells collar an ut buttoms Vu 8i Oto C mr ALA raGjjliangeln the tesperatiire day aight of last week replaces tS Th pleasant autumaal weatber wLkj4WIrightiIitS OaThr 1teMtftI cis i tiir lIy l ewKjti irM y i fi d J c 1 1 wt4 ft to aboutc l r elabveIero 1 Q oIT MISS A WO D or Tau JLrai XuurntoreII81OLD f fl 7 r II a auaayw oaa I poslble a d in order to lolO t J realiee that 1st SELL CJHXAPEB c jet D SUTTIE eooITIx OTHKS to 3ndube y friend to trade witb tj 1 t1Iie WIISa Jon want anything IIIS t 5RO51IYLI AV TOU XONST- rc KY iniTeutt7i 1 Dox ijit- b t CL AT itrBLCB FEOKT ja Tke Vbssdt i n oifjj J b 1I18rU f I Tour frisad 0 f J i i 3zLiQx i c- 1v if IJ SiJ 0t J 1 j j + T ri rS 4 iJO i r k tt r1 yc rb 1 n v ff t4I1 + 1 PERSONAL Sertiny Mrs Glover of Winchester Is via ng her daughter Mrs Dr O W onnerrUJames M Ross went to Huntli W VH Sunday night on bw tItMrsto visit her sister rersMiss May Shroutwho IR attend lug school at Lexington spout Thanks RixInjt with her parents T S Shrout and wifo D S Estill wut called to Mt Ster aI hu pitarMartin Carter Mrs T H Brown wont to Citrus Sa S hiTrumbohis paralytic stroke Misses Catherine Rice and Mattie Woodsoa Barnes attended the dQrIc o of the Drone Club at Winchester Wednesday hlglit of lust week q Misn Edna Ilyronvrho Is attending scliool at Lexington came last wee to visit her parents J X Byron an wtr fafrsMIxtngtonthe formers patents Henry Scott wire ohi Qlllon left Wednesday of this wi WO VllryusIng to take a low odd tricks oI ofOM Crimp Eustls Is tlm home of Elie r tilethejjfromdn y to spend Thanksgiving und the j ba of the with his par entSiDr F P Gudgell and wile Ills of moIaatwektie earrtending MrJ Laura Cross school at Ix nisvlllo St ItaerlingSt nt hILouisvilleWe are ready this week to show you the most elaborutn line of hul iiiity goods ever brought toQwinga ville K L fc A T BYKUK PAKU FOU SL1Ofl Bnld Eagle we U IillJliurpsliurg aiuENznTALNiuItnrnes of Flat Creek j c Pasiuipnuylocixi nt the home of Thoe tndeerniuidyLll torurfdityLI served lid ueetn Junietveewiticky ses youtUic a few vuggeVtionn dinner set If ncy plates tea setts tankards if ncyittees chafing dUlle rving sets fancyI latnpa ver spoons knives nnd lurk tat comb sctfr brooches lorgnette everytinginni f nginyoTB Tim mon J A Feeler Mrs George MurshOndinary of Bath CouotyPersonllcaliing tar above letters please iuLIIARnBAtutagIcId e i B 1 ceoesbeyMr TbomaB Jefferson Hart son of lni ThotaaB Hart and Miss Mar lizebeth Barber daughter Jfl ge SiUsBnrberall of Naylors Branch re The bridal couple were attended MManleyandAlIs8Mmie bridpgroomIsgo beodbyTUBOOTLOOK SALT LICK POSTOFFICE ROBBED A panel was sawed out of the fron Llckpultoft1cMonday affording entrance to the room by bbers who blew the jsafe to frag menu and secured of the iftntenlr bout f100 in cash and200 in mp Nitroglycerine was evidently Jhe explosive agent used and the1 robbers were experts in its se Sherman Gullet IB the post muter A crowbar stolen from Norths livery stable andahafflffler were left in the roomThere ia feo clew to the robbers Atteipilat raferobbing have been made periodically at SaltLick uit neighborhood but heretofore unsuecessfully SX MKTCALVgCfltNAULTMrWL ii Chiles Metcalfe of Kansas ity Mo son 61 Judge Thomas Metcalfe deceased of St Louis once a resident of Mt Sterlmgwa married to Mrs Josie Lauth Che nIgCoiagtonisaaepbeW0f L T Chile of Mt tIIIrK marriage was aisiitsrit teach eratlath one term ar had many lrlendan admirers Sbr8jqace pnbdladyba dr sotae and yH Mr and Its pCity o i i 4 o tryfson suffering with n severe cold und bronchitil trouble was accoui pianied by his brothers Ford of this wn and Clark of Mt Sterling to 0L for treatment Ills con t ion appeared very serious but dYAIIn e meantime his brothers returned rne Late Sunday afternoon the port catno to this town thntJudge Logunhodnoon at Winchester and folks wore greatly surprised having supposed the Judge stillat a Lexington hos ta or htcl being treated for rious ailment It happened how totes illness and site vowllnllkeI promptly determined on u visit to him and incidentally to friends in that city The Judge said he was par10rlhursduJwent of n lady visitor to see Miss tot1os Ia ir visitor Between that time and IIrrangedutra in Sunday osteimibly to visit JudgePlitorson was reached the lovers t off and proceeded to the Court ewithJudgFrltnkPcndleton ne flyaseeElderWinchester Christian Church pro nounced Judge Patterson and es Logan husband and wife dge and Mrs Patterson spent Sunday night in Winchester and clime to the bridegrooms grand ther Mrs Allens on the ly morning train arriving here nt 1030 am HaLheBoone Loran un attorney and ty Iit lie who capii on i cousin of Miss Jennie Elliott this town Mrs Pnttercon was gra duated ut Hamilton College Lexington in recent years arid has a taught school since She is a strikingly handsome and stylist young Jadyand Is very bright and tcciimpIiHhed She attended the Junehopof theOwingiivilleDancitig ib this year and ruts the recipi of lunny attentions utlge Ne rrun Reid Pntterion is eldest sun of Win R Patcrson wifeiind grnncfoon of lion WmC Ail4 nand i Profs Tililmu- lttrenn Cha crhrlDQr President of his miltun College Lexington all eased lie ill u practicing Vt ney at the Owingsville bur h1 cut served two ttrms im Police and dge of Owingsville He it gifteil h u One Inel1iIHletnnd posses a rue cnpnbllity Altlim li ng he Iit ileveluped no m8n ha its politleliin and uhltonbt d IBM bus the ability to reach eminence of heeHrnestly concludes it is worth his while TilE OCTLOOS extends its feud ran iOns to Judge nnd Mrs Patterson of and wishes them the best of For the tunes favors tllJngraJnguinke inuveltlesengraving done before tht nitrshE L A T YRIIn sceMaeYuulIJluvellrJudgment HHMues Vitweenan 1etnwe titlalhUllfabandfirst wits were beneficiaries undc trter 6o glbytaken by the heirs MARK TWAINS PED1GREETa r 8 loretownPNoy225Thepeup1 he up here on the western border of Webingtuncounty will have uni ue Int fbthitbe nations djuble holiday next Thursday when they sit down to their oldfashioned da Thanksgiving dinner of Buffalo township gobbler and Doneg rut ownsbip pumpkin sauce Nextst Thursday not only marks the on mat celebration of the Puritans feast but also glorifies the eaten dar by being the 70th birthday nian Mark Twain Truly America has reason to be thankful that Father du OldMnBut Washington county has mo reSe reason than the whole dance of 8t the world to he proud that Mark Twain has overlapped th081er period by a decade and that be shows his intentions to go on m- no IcM ing people happy for yea to thcomesmiling meadows of Buffalo town ship that Alarka ancestors lived Cromray10ntowDUm fo ear the spot where James Clemens nd his good wife Hannah t 1- ureiitgreat w grandparents of Samu thelTwain you know built their cuttinm tlaomelime house today resides Mrs W11oHam Rome a descendant oftbo- I founder ndCf course a distant cousin of the humorist No wonder every Washington couBty farm house contains acorn eto library of Mark Twains C c Almost in sight of the old t lemons homo ahout midway be tw eon Taylorstown and Washing tonls the site of Wolfes fort anti gl th peculitirinthow four miles across the country C hrisilana Clemens n belle of the wilderness in the days that tried mens souls outran n big Indian who was pursuing her with a Iowa hawk and scalping knife and found refuge in the fort The fleetfoot ed Christiana was tall and lithe- rlid Mark Twain It Isu family characteristic and it is nut sure prising that she darted out of the bijj chiefs reach fIt is news to the most ofieworld that Pennsylvania is largely responsible for Mark Twain The boiled downbiographical sketch of the humorist tell how his un Getters came from Augusta county Virginia and people who jump at conclusions are prone to picture the funny man as the offspring of some dashing Cavalier stock But it is just the reverse The titan who used to steer the Mississippi steamboat in the middle of the channel came from un old Round head who helped Cromwell chop off the head ofCIfarles I And the old Roundhead lust his own head in the course of time when Charles 11 won hds throne buck to thr Stu art er Marks end ancestryjIt is eit Do Qhteenththe ji Wi W Lsliingtonntid wea BelthJames Clemens and his wire UVirginiatheir farm here tin flutfalti creek The Riundbead progenitor was Gregory demons He was a mew ber of tie Cr imwcllinn Pnrtinment tiil WHS one tit those sturdy Puri hns who voted that tIme lieuudof Chuiled shoulil fall Vhen the Urouiwell regime look charge ol GrGryCICmenli wm SOl IIIIIURtllrled licastedIIthreCuieparliutmetil IttorsItfl of life father were rlgicJetfwere sent in vflshouse of Stuart neWftIJary bruunyWestminister Ibil1Jis beautl Aafrom Stotyear 1681 pitheirVuiuitricucies of colonial spelling the exp ury pullmn StamesclvineelhadwiVirginiaCleterapi4eatalth of Virginia were issued itIt foupossessionmily Buffalo creek a has been the Tritoryia hut the running of Mason this oftetliJamesdie1wiSeptember2I1195Hie tlmrlioposuightere inPdrmellaHannllhicide was not one of the faults of Washington county citizens 101 1toyears agody isdeons expedition against the San age Indians and are said a ftFOftothflgleft for the west Other members wirmrs Home who was a Miea Clem leere thwElIt seems that tF neotstepseldest son whose greatgrandchild bafag thaclibettor by mixing with the real SnAf the earth the Clemens t was grpouredKent ekYtand toward this fa Wutanth southern harder of thBluew 01eu I BoysOVERCOATS t ladieslong Coats Cravenettes st materials lowest prices Will you give us a usUNDERWEAR 3SHghBARQ sizesAlsoS SLESSEB Main Owingsvillc St 9 Kentucky Ineaof brains arid chivalry ITi Dndlheauly bruiri a BlueGrass maiden and hail four children the eldest whom wan James whose son u Martilull Clemens witS the er of Samuel Lunghnrri Clem Mark Twain Mark Twain did not develop a f r trait when he showed a liter bent In every respectable li as ry are to be found the novels tiitri Lile Mustang Grey The Rivalu a Title of the Days of ki on Burr noil other books wrif by Jeremiah Clemens a United tes Senator from Alubumn and- uutingtiistictl a ntlfcer in the Tex liS revolution and the Mexican war s Jeremtah was rfenn of lame the three brothers who left uhington county on the Indian editIon Aside from his liter work he was editorof the Mem s Eagle und Enquirer in 1859 served four years in the United tes Senate and died in 1865 ing unfinished a history of the i war which he hud undertak to write A nynotherohad developed litera talent wits tho late Sherrard a former member of Con 13asgreatgrandSiB of the man who nded the rrmrin Buffalo creek years ago wrote a history of Clemens family hese facts have been culled a nuthentin family records and is the first time that the Mark Twains multitudinous an- torBhaS ever been published al ugh everybody in this end of ft shington county is familiar h the early trials of the Clem pioneers who tnnde their way n gbthe wildernoea to make sible the building of the town pintoplaceItn county farmers hue a monop pedigeeheistrain old Gregory Clement tho writer has used only a few of the ivate records of tho Clemens tam lIyculledrrom several indisputa e sources This has been given show how andwhy TuylorBtown f anksgivIng dinner will have a double blessing why the turkey t pumpkint happened before the Roundhead t gislator voted aye to Cromwells solution to take King Charles to e chopping block A professional genealogist was ver known to show mercy and never cornered because heI takes his tubject and then goes ck to Adam working both ends iainstat is irresistible He of course certain of two propositions of dam and his subjectand in pro ossing from one to the other he roam around through the wholeI terrestrial population at heetill He is very much like a man ho starts through a tunnel He alks along way in the dark but IkingIMi sES uis simile however is not Uen ned us being pptciflcully npph cable to the following remarks about the men who came before Gresjory Clement It is mentioned simply to allay the suspicions of the skeptics who night assert that Washington county knows all about Murk Tvviil nei ancestors The name of Clemens is Roman ardIf historic Interest says a cliolar whoso means of inforraa tion give unbounded credit his HtinFaansndhearted ThlJ Is cerunly good descriptive adjective of Mark Twain Clemens Romanus was Pope of Rome He was BO call to disttnguioh him from Clem eni of Alexandria Egypt Both were early fathers of the church nnd the writings of the latter hmaSe been translated into tho English language Whim Mark Twain wrote Innocents Abroad hs did not touch on these early ancestors although he explored the same ter ritory Litter on however utter he sprang into tame and the pedi gree hunters got to work lie did translate portions of Adams dia WI18Ilcousi9toput to death ntthc first male mar t Julius Clemens wall lieutenant under Caesar in the ipva sion cf Great Britain Gregory inHuntlngdunshireRnglnd member of the British Parlia ment signed the death warrant of Charles 1 It is remarkable how successful ly CtallyTliio fact In itself indicates their facility with the pen and proves that even in the wilderness they were men of prominence Miss Helen I Clemens neice of Shier rard Clemens the West Virginia Congressman hits accumulated a mass of Inrormatlonnbolltthe fowlft ly which begins with the advent of the immigrants in New Jereeyand follows every member down to the present day Mark Twain has ui most as many cousins as there are pages in his bookeh1uylnrstownvisit his grtlttgreltgranMuthe- rsI and the house that hiss been there for three quarters of a cen iry They wouilitakehimoverI at Wolfes fort to Vnnces fort to 3hatwould tell him the pretty story oftChristiana and her race with tile I h 5improolhatBible for Murk Twalh and Mark would doubtless be proud of Wash ington county So this is why the Taylorstown people feel that a double blessing will be enjoyed next Thanksgiving PittburgGRzet The Outlook and daiK eaIfor 5A BIAS GIRTH Blanket Cant Slip Wont Corn II Buggy Robes iand1 Horse Blankets i v tltTe the largest stock of Robes and Horse a tankcts ever brought 10 this totrrJV 1 ha ThoughIlium0 Lfilitiou to sell them diaper than ever sold here 1 1BlanketCome and see me and save by baying lug the hest Saddles Harness JJuggy 111 Morse Blankets etc Jz Special attention to mail orders j t EUGENElflNIHAT t rjOsvingsvilIeKy s 55 RACKET STfifRgft1icJtj4 4r Come and see out nice assortment of WSWe have the right thing for Xiveiy person the right price for every pnrs r Bring your boys and girls to see ourIrYsThey can then select what 4 i0tobring them L Story books 25 10 5 Ie Linen A B C books Sit Clothbound bookb 18c Toy pianos 4025c Horns 2O 10 Sc Accordeons 2 125 Toy Banjoes fiOo Roller chimeRJ 25 IOu Toy IO5e Mechanical toys 525 2Qc Dolls go 25a425 1 Jbc2510C HO blocks Sc 20 r J if Table 5 and lJ l topl J r J Dol is of every kind t Ji iOc3ci L fttfllr 0 9 New liine H 1 i i r I China cabarets Vae j y Parlor lumpy 150 125 81 Cups sVt 4 H and lamps 352515c I o r Glass pitchers Hi 30 ISe I 1 i 1titSalad bols 25 j IPfi Toy china tea set 25 15 l1Albums 1755025 20c M 10 f We have gifts f dO t q HankerchieNk glove IIOXCR each 25c tU 25 f V Toilet cnfes 2 7550c 25c Medallions 25 10o 3jr 0 1f for flt1 fl MugsCO lT 1ujes ncy mixed candy lbIqc I V 1J ISo eG mled candy ib12a i Stick candy i Ib J5- oPireworks f1iTctFJgac to bniif at pries Torpedoes box 5 1Q 1eit jc eac 12 boxes paper cups 5o 8 lo each Toy pietols 1O5Air rlfle850c n 1 We each CASH PAID E W A LINi r T J J AGENT M VIRGINIA BLACK BAND SCREENED yll orders attended to low as the lowest 70 REVIEW OF and SUCCESS Sec James M Ross e1 Lust week John L Vice of nenr Wyoming sold a half interest ina sorrel Red Cloud horse to Joel Fee ler of Mt Sterling for 250 with Mr Fesler sold the hurneFriduy to Georgetown man for 650 LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET Dec 2 Receipts of leaf tobacco were light this week b ut in the weather its been unusunlly favproble for huiulllug this new CrllPllnd this should lead to liberulreceipts within the next week Prospects at the present tune favor larger sates of now crop at this season than for several years Total sales of new Burley have thus far amounted to 451 Iioj8lieadsnnil those of new ark to 675 hogsheads Up to this Iastyear only 318 hogsheads of new Burley had ben sold and hilt 5 hogsheads of new durk The un s oldstocks of leltobacco ilrtnow more than 3000 hogsheads under what they were at the slime period lost year zinc H little smaller than In 1003 Last year at this Limo there were very large stocks of unsold dark tobuccoJa this market The unsold Burfey now held here amounts to 2123 hogsheads the unsold Onset Rivers to 7iHlund the unsold dark to 2418 i Auction sales were very light this week business owing to two hon clays being ciuluct a only on Tues duy anil Wednesday Old Burley wus or deilntblo Quality thp marketfqr all btter grattes Jbeimigutl rallpSl I Trunks 755035c cart Doll beds Toy trains Stoves A Sleighs 40 240 Musical toys 10 Tin r 110 35c 17550 35 103c rf SL50 4 rnccrs 1Tz1 J J promptly Prices Telephone REVIEWS COSnOPOLlTAN SaturdayEvening pnatfnWidnyeCtne JOHN T KliyjBROUGH lsoNtRecHHRMd PARteaMPH is a Mast RelsSFitti Aid to Ihahajcred 7 ia this axe injured Sj andolentimesserio tesultafol low simply because the injury was Hot Ji properly cared for in the Itis not always possible to secure a p1iysica J at a moments Many deaths ate i caused by negligence and mooa poisoning tea from badcutsigun shot wounds etc wound is not ppcrlytreate4promPty V ParncamJ rsn suupe U1CqIenS1V which every family should keep t mthelrhomcscCydayecry factoryetnanuacturng plant inititu lion t1oud keep Pnrncamph nCar at haiid rs conceded by UIC11u31author ities tb be a nwt zc1iable rdflcvint itoothiig and healing agent Itnot only stops pain quickly butt SwoindI without uyaca0r3 prevents bloodpoisoning 1 Parncn lph trulya home remetly and every bottle rs guaranteed to be turo safe clean and to whati claimed for it If you dp not pP2rF acatuph in your borne eta bottle ttf day It 13 jtzt as necesealy iii yot ihome ns good soap water You will n it excellent for qUlckh relieving Rhcttmatism Neuralgia Sorr Tired Fect Skin Troubles Catrrh cr any form of Swelling or Inflammation Sold only ill 2ic iilcand 1OObOt 9 i frompnu W klyCouri r Jour al and Outlook one year4o S i6oa N5 iS iSS rs z5r ij zi I J j es- Tij 3Si 3 SS Owingsville Outlook t OUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher CKVINGSVILLB KENTUCKY i JYOU BET OK Its ever the same old bounds and z J rounds from dawn till the dawn again lt ever tho battlo for that days bread- tht battlo wRit falo and men a41P iVs ever the bearing hcrUQ at night the ISdole the h day hath won Itr over the breadline space then sleep when the battlo that day Is done But pralso God theres beesa humming Dind a tousle head acomlner 5Dont you hear her feet adruramlne All tho day i Dont you know SItes watching swinging On the gate for you and singing t i clingingrbSOh Its ever the grind your soul abhors the sordid light for bread j but yet you stnllo and lilt a tune till the the work of the day sped The dUEty musty disheartening work- that tis ever your tare to do Yes you lilt a song and you do a step as a memory comes to you S For you know theres bees ahummlng And a touslo head acomlng Dont you hear her feet ddrummlng- OstI to yos Dont you kneel to clasp her to ou1 Don jrouJecl a thrill run through you Sweetest that you ever know You Befyou do- J Lewis in Houston Post 1rl h A ROSE OF I I NORMANDY js I y WULUM B i WILSOH 1 i tv CHAPTER XXHI CONTINUED flho past two years had worked a 0 change in Tonti Ho was no a longer the gay soldier of fortune seek 1 ing in tho battlefield the means of live S lihood and material advancement un YIi Betled in purpose selling the service ur bWr for a sum or sold and n promotJMTrealizlng that his life was S proJjelSly a short and hence prefer ably a merry one The harsh strug gle with the rugged forces of nature Ithe primeval freshness of a new coun j try the close companionship through many dangers with a soul such as la t t Salles untarnished with the common it er littlenesses ot the mankind ho hail hitherto known and vibrating with I the devotion of a noble life to a high purpose the association day by day with Renee whose being unconscious ly revealed its manifold complexity If eyesaUt1 an nner It S r 00 at he knew not or rW t jiad studied himself i not have been able v ii revelation was in ttti xught and purpeip 0 t tl i conselolllt1J a ti fthe roi f ons 4 qr o ihe rearing or 4 i b1 e best In roanI I 4 f iho divine im ell hearts thoyi I itO which cons tl lZIbll 1t him as an old IIit1I 1 rPo Irrom new ends take the place I tS iIp DO NOT GO E ofjthe old He realized that a field of I hlsWooldI oldI1 z for geod or III were Immeasurable On the properhoyalhighmlnded achieve eatof his labor might depend the fu I ture greatness ofa nation The ex unlt known to him bad been the main V source of the great changes wrought within hopeless as It was as to Its de sired procurement did not harden him with despair It rather spurred him r on in the Invincible resolve to live his lltttwaatever It might be eo that hb 1night remain worthy of her esteem 4This It was that helped him to resist t J4the temptation to be disloyal to thrust t I heeAt length the propitious winds that 6 tt them along so peacefully Vought their little craft within sight ef The distant promontory of St Ig y iUce Mlchllimacklnac Here they maib irkek and found a hearty wet fii TheSTBallpox epidemic had sub 9 dht there were numerous sick Had i wretched ics among the Indians toe Benee and tIer companion to as 5 J c4qt In tending er TOBU1J6THBgements for the storing and for 1 Wring of any Tma that might be sent t fcy kin or La Salle from the country Mjm ot the 11Ib11 4 TYhlle Tent was thus engaged an hiiaa boy came to him from Renee 4 begging that he follow him to the hut of an aged dying Ottawa Tent soon eMered the squalid lodge and found i there a priest Renee and one of thb HH3- C I iave sept for you whispered i Riiee iVcauee tbe sick man has icalled iBce4sBtly ever since he was 4 ted 9l your arrival for the French JiE osjtain Myiagi that he had a message iw- r V for you r Twti approached the heap of skins tI t served for the su enca bed lie I IOBaUyarouslngh utier st few inarticulate words Th s i ewndot Toatis voice seemed to reo csfl him Ito eeffcibusBeas for he arasped ibfe hand and spoke 1na weak yet clear toae ii The Frcnch brother and the Black r T riw hire been My friends I will 111 Pke Freuch aptthi what I see Tfct tloi4mf kte eyetr erwia silent a PrLIt botore cOmtlaHlBg I see the iiifi4 eI4e of the IlllBL I hear the s J C r 1Pon Hk1 tijUrJZ fr Mh 4 r 4 riiw a 4 v lVi hunt the shouts of the camp and the feast I look to the rising sun and see a cloud It grows nearer and larger It takes the form of a bear a beaver and a hawk It passes over the earth and there Is nothing left The maize stalks are torn and withered The lodges aro burned a thousand scalps aro drying in the air The village Is no more I see four French men One is tho friend of tho great Jnontio Another is a Black Gown They flee before the cloud They wan der alone they are In need of food They cry for help but there is none and the cloud has swept all away secI sec but tho hand relaxed Us grasp tho voice sank low and ceased a convulsive catching of the breath and tho message was delivered tho messenger had gone Renee quickly followed Tonti to the outer air What can this meant she asked anxiously as she saw a look of perplexity and disquietude upon his faceI know not but I fear much was the reply The bear the badger and the hawk are three of the most powerful clans of the Iroquois It may be that they are Invading the Illinl or have already done so In either case I must hasten on my way Perhaps my arrl val may save some impending disas ter to La Salic But after all it may be nothing but tile dying delirium of an ignorant savage Come mademoi selle do not be alarmed I shall reach there In time never fear and he looked reassuringly into fences trou bled face She was strangely agitated Ah mon ami she cried do not go until you learn some news of what has hap pened La Salle may be dead and you will but arrive to fall a victim too Send out your scouts that they may report to you what they learn They can bear succor If such is needed as well as you Or if you will go she continued pleadingly tate me also Let us all go together Is it not my duty to be where there may be wounds to heal and sickness to relieve What would become of mo were the Sleur do la Salle to bo lost and you meet your death in a vain task of rescuing him A great wave of feeling passed over Tonti lie struggled hard to retain his tooling Why should ho not tell her now how much it meant to him that she should not expose herself to further danger but wait for lila return Tell her all the full story of his love promising that If ho found La Salle to be lost he would quickly re turn and claim her for his own If tle lower country were all ablaze with savage warfare he could hardly hope with his small band to avail aught in defense or rescue annihilation for them nil would be certain Why could he not snatch a few moments ot Joy before plunging into the whirlpool oC danger and woe before him But as he strove against himself the words of the dying Indian rang clear upon hla ear again They cry for help but there Is none lib comrade still confiding in his faithfulness turned to him with a cry even In his last extremity not knowing where His lieutenant might Seihe EQught his aid Should he fai- lbrnisw fceBee wat ked ttjeTatrugglc through jJIA the victory won nHBV1Bdr said hurt ricdly You know not what you msk mademoiselle You would be the first to despise me were I to yield and hastily raising her hand to his lips he strode rapidly away Renee kissed the spot where his lips had been artd sinking to the ground burst into tears of mingled despair and joy The next day when his little canoe passed through the straits a lone figure waved adieu from the edge of the highest cliff beck of the settlement and when the tiny speck had disappeared from view repaired to the chapel there to pray for the safety of onq abjout to encounter great peril Tonti reached Fort Miami at the mouth of the river in safety and there found his men who had preceded him in a larger vessel They were all well and had mad a goodsized fleet of canoes but were much disturbed at ru mors they had heard that during the early summer the Iroquois had made a grand invasion of the country of the Illlni and had driven them from their homes murdering and scattering the tribes Tonti with this corroboraUon of the Indians vision was still more alarmed for the safety of his friend and pushed on with all speed They found plenty of deer and buffalo and were thus enabled to lay in a bpuntiful supply of meat As they drew near the great town of the Illinl their feaTS were confirmed Instead of the noise of a great encampment they found si enceThe meadow below the high rock was one scene of devastation and ruin The charred remains of the lodges were all of human habitation that remained standing Bones and skulls were strewn about in great abundance The Indian groves elevated on four poles had been broken down and their contents scattered A horde of wolves fledfrom the ghastly repast at their approach while a crowd of buzzards wheeled above their heads with angry cries at being thus dis turbedThe rumors were Indeed true While making an attack on the eastern white settlements another portion of the ferocious Iroquois confederacy had gone westward to annihilate their red enemies No signs of human life were there left to tell of the disaster that had befallen Tonti hastened with his men on down to the widening in the river near wblchFortCrcveCouer bad been erected This too was a ruin although destroyed by other hands than the Iroquois The uncompleted vessel still stood on the stocks on whose side was scrawled Nous sommes tous sauag sThls told the story of fur thor treachery and desertion on tho part of La Salles followers Leaving the most of his party at this spot Tonti continued his journey wlfh Pom pon and a canoe full of picked men They descended the river until they reached the Mississippi but no traces of La Salle were to be found As they progressed they could discern the spot where the retreating Illinl had camped on one side of the stream while on the opposite side their foes had kept a sharp watch over their retreat Returning again they rested with their entire force at the site of Fort Creve Couer The autumn was rapidly pass lug so they finally determined to go back to Fort Miami and take up winter quarters sending out search parties in all directions to try and discover any trace of La Salle and the remnant of his men CHAPTER XXIV SHOWS THAT TUR LIFE OF AN EX- PLOItER IS FU FROM TAME After Tontls departure for Quebec La Salle had proceeded to occupy hiM force Sliest he might until his return The building cf a vessel progressed feat slowly owing to continual dlssatls factloa and unrest among his mOD Thinking to find a work that would 6Bgage all their strength and time liet set5quf with one of the more tmstrr 4 i f I r 1 gy l worthy the young Sleur do Bolsrondct together with tvo Recollut friars Father Membre and Vathcr Ribouido and ascended the river to tho spot where lay tho great city of the Illinl Ho had long felt that If the height overlooking this town could be forti fied and held an impregnable fortress would bo secured which would servo not only as a menace to all the Indiana of the region but would becomo an admirable storehouse for the furs that could be collected While thus engaged at the town of the friendly Illinl one of the men who had been left behind at Fort CreveCoeur arrived bringing the disastrous news tbt tho entire forco remaining there had mutinied destroyed the fort and taken to the woods to lead the fieroving life of the coureursdebols that they all so much desired Thus were these three Frenchmen and the two priests left alone They made their quarters in the Illinl town There was now no hope of fortifying tho rock even until TonUs return Thus passed the spring With tho early summer came the news that car tied dismay to the hearts of all their savage allies the ferocious Iroquois wero on the march to attack them Confusion reigned The white men were instantly accused of being Iroquois spies and the approaching attack was attributed to their doings For a time it looked to all as though in the heat and excitement of the moment they would be sacrificed to the fear and anger of the frightened savages But La Salle ooldly proclaimed that the whites wero friends of the hunt and to prove this said they would join them in their defense against the oncoming enemy This served to stop any active measures against the French although they were still viewed with suspicion- A few days later the advance guard of the attacking forco appeared and hurried preparations were made to re lstThe squaws and children wore hurried town the river to an island where they were left with a small force to guard them while the main body of the warriors remained to meet their foe The faces of tho braves were greased their bodies painted and the night spent in dancing their war dances singing their warsongs and working up their courage to meet the coming battle The scouts brought in everIncreasing reports of the size ot the force that was making ready to fall upon them La Salle offered to medi ato between the two nations so ad vancing with two of his companions he held out a belt of wampum as a slgu of peace When the Iroquois commenced firing on them La Sallo sent the others back and proceeding alone soon entered the Iroquois lines He inquired haughtily what they the al lies of the French meant by coming on a warlike errand against the mini who were the children of the great Onontlo and who were under his special pro tertian Ho stood unflinching amid a group of howling threatening savages Ono brave intoxicated with dreams of blood and murder struck at him with a knife but the blade that was Intended for his heart striking a rib glanced off Inflicting an ugly flesh wound An other seized his hair with one hand and with the other made the motions of scalping him La Salle without weapons or any means of defense boldly chided them for their beLavIor and ftcihautied a council of the chiefs This was held and he repeated his demands that the Illlnl be left In peace threat ening the Iroquois with the wrath of France if they were harmed After a long and tedious season o harangues from many of the chiefs they brought forth six packages of beaver skins and placed them before la Salle The chief orator then pro seated them to him and explained their meaning The first two were to declare that tho children of the great Onontlo the Illlnl were not to be eaten The next was a plaster to heal La Salles wound The next was oil to anoint himself and his French corn panions for a long journey The next announced that the sun was bright and traveling good The last required that the whites should withdraw from the Illlnl camp and go home to Quebec La Sane thereupon thanked them lot their sifts but asked when they them selves were going to depart and leave the Illlni in peace This raised a storm of angry feelings and murmurs were heard on all sides that they would yet rat tim flesh of the Illlnl La Salle then kicked over the pile of beaver skins saying that he would not receive them If they were going to eat the children of the great Onontlo He was thereupon driven from the lodge In which the council was held He offered again to mediate without success He then withdrew eent for the rest of his party and knowing that to remain would mean a certain and terrible death for them all set out In a leaky canoe for Fort Miami They wero obliged to land and repair the leaks While thus engaged Father Ribourde wandered away from their camp to meditate at the setting of the sun He was never seen again by the eyes of the French A number of Ire quois who had followed the course ot the party since leaving surprised him while engaged with his devotions in tire timber near by and cleft his skull with an ax killing him without sound Ut struggle on his part Thus died tXs only heir to a wealthy Burgundian house who had renounced the comforts of this world to carry to heathen cars the truths and consolations of the church Noble martyr of the faith true soldier of the cross he braved a thousand dangers fired by a holy zeal meeting his death at the hands cf those ho had come so far to bless After scarculng vainly to find trace ot their companion and spending two days in thp vicinity In the vain hope that he would return they at last re newed their journey reaching Fort Miami without further accident They determined then to go up the west side of the lake toward Mlchillmacki nae They had not proceeded far when their canoe was rendered unfit for further service and they proceeded the rest of the way on foot Food be came exhausted and they were verging upon starvation when a band of friend ly Pottawottomies found them and took them to their home Here a messenger whom Tonti had dispatched to search for tidings of lila friend found them in the middle of the winter La Salle had finally succumbed to tim vicissitudes of the past months and lay for many weeks with a wasting fever tended by the faithful Bolsrondet and Father Membre Ho sent the messenger back to Tonti as suring him of his safety and begging him to remain where he was until the spring promising to rejoin him there as soon as bo was able to make the journey Tonti sent word over the tee to Michllimacklnac telling Rene of his discovery of La Salle and of U ir plans tTo Bo Continued tic Took Her Do you take this woman to be your lawfully wedded wife What dye think I klm bro fer Jos for the fun of the thing CUncln natl Commercial Tribute L l a 1I THE BLESSING OF JACOB OUR BIBLE STORY by the Highway and Byway Preacher- A VisIon Between the Lines of Cods Inspired Word Scripture AulhorlirBy faith Jacob when he was dying blessed both the sons of Joseph and worshlpcdIlcb 1121 Read also Gen 48 liE had mado up 3tmust decide Ithe matter for i51themselves Ma nassch was now Inearly 20 and Ephralra his brother was but a lit- tleI over two years l his Junior and both were quite old enough to say whether they would enter the priesthood Upon lite last visit of her father Iotiphcrah priest of On when he had PreSSeri her fur a decision she had promised that lie should have a final answer that day and as she awaited his com ing tho mother nervously toyed with the golden clrckta about her wrists and wondered what her father would sayShe knew he was anxious yea de termined that his two grandsons should follow him ill the priestly pro fession and he expected her to decide tho matter for them but she understood her boys and the temperament of her husband too well to attempt anything of tile kind much as her natural sympathies and Inbred convictions prompted Notwithstanding the Influence of her husband upon her and the fact that the God he worshiped was not the god of the Egyptians she stilt clung to the faith of her fathers She was content to let her husband alone in the worship and service of his God excusing him as did her father and the rest of the priesthood from the worship and service in the Egyptian temples but she hoped and expected that her two boys would grow up true Egyptians loyal and devoted to the great god Osiris She had neglected no oppor unity of impressing them with the Egyptian religion and her father had taken especial delight and care in ac quainting them with all the details ot tho temple worship and had taught them from the sacred writings of the priesthood But counter Influences had been at work upon their lives They Idol ized their father and his thought and conduct had the greatest weight with them Ho had told them of the GoTl of Abraham and Isaac and Jacob He had told them the stories of Gods dealings with the Hebrew people and of the promises which had been given to them And when the old nan Ja cob their grandfather had told them tho stories over and over again they had come to know them by heart and unconsciously to themselves they were being greatly influenced by them But If ever any doubts had come In to their minds In regard to the sods of the Egyptians they never spoke ol them to their motlitr but somehow Instinctively she felt uncertain as to just what decision the boys would make now that they were face to face with the allimportant question More than once she had been upon the point of pleading with them to pledge them selves to the priesthood when some thing held her hack and told her that It would be better to wait and let her father broach the matter to them And to she had waited Lat me call the boys and you speak to them at once she said to her fath er after his arrival and she had explained all to him I am sure your words will have great weight with themIt was plain to sea that PoUpherah was disappointed and he sat some minutes in silence No at last he said if the decis ion of this matter must be left to the boys It wero better I think that they visit me In the temple There sur rounded by the sacred tokens fourreligion and under the very shadow of Osiris presence I shall be In better mood to press my plea and it will be easier for them to choose Very well responded Asenath but I cannot help feeling that it would be wiser to see them now Might it not be that I could rcenforce thy words and help Manasseh and Ephra 1m to a decision Nay my daughter the temple ii the place for me to speak to the boys but you may plead with them before they come yea I charge thee to do this thing which thou hast already neglected too long I shall expect the boys this afternoon be added as ho took his departure As soon as her father had gone Ase Bath called her boys to her and frank ly told them all that was In bet heart and the desire of their grandfather the priest of On that they should en ter the sacred and powerful calling of tho priesthood lie will be waiting you In the In ner court of the temple this afternoon for your answer and I am sure that my boys in whose veins the blood of tho priestly caste flows will be true to tho ancient religion of the Egyptians The boys were silent for some few minutes seemingly deeply impressed with their mothers words Then Ephraim the keener and more thoughtful of the two notwithstanding he was the younger looked up with a troubled expression on his tce and askedBut wlKt of the God of our father Joseph Is He not a mighty God It may be so replied the mother Impatiently but He Is as nothing be fore the great gods of the Egyptians Remember what they have done for thy country and thy peqple But the gods of the Egyptians could not reveal to the king his dream but the God of our father Joseph was able so to do antI we know that all came to pass as He said persisted thc boyEnough sharply rejoined Ihe moth er thy grandfathpr will be able to make all these things clear to thee Is Curiosity Shops in England Many of the curiosity shops planted In the back streets of most country towns in England are kept up by large London firms who from a pro longed study of human nature have discovered that people who arc buy lag old furniture or old silver in Bond street or Piccadilly are ready and eager purchasers of precisely the wine objects at a rather higher price when they come upon them In the back streets of a country town J ro t ho not older and wiser than thy fath er1 Is not the learning anti wisdom of the world within the keeping cf the priests of tho temple Seek them Hear them Obey and follow them The entrance of a servant breath less with running Interrupted further conversation lie came with an im perative message from Joseph for the boys to prepare at once to 9 with him to Goshen word having Just reached him that his aged father was dying And as Asenath watched her two boys hasten off it was with inward fore bodings Oj If father had only talked with the boys this morning and won their consent she exclaimed Now I feel that it Is too late At Goshen that afternoon instead of the somber temple with Its great aweinspiring courts its impressive ceremonies and its learned persuasive priests the boys and their father bowed before the couch of the patri arch of God the man who had talked and walked with God the man who had seen visions and dreamed dreams and who In faith had obeyed God and claimed for himself and his seed the promise given unto Abraham and IsaaAnd well was it so for had the priest of On instead of Israel the prince of God spoken to the sons ol Joseph that day it might have changed their whole course In life winning them for the gods of Egypt instead of the true God and shutting them out of the place and blessing with Gods people But God ehapes the course of events and often as the untoward ele ments of the world are drawing close about one He suddenly opens the gate way cr opportunity through Which one may pass If he will to a life and a destiny with Him And so it was to be with Manasseh and Ephralm that day Before Jacob Instead of the priest of On before their Grandfather Jacob who knew and served the true God In stead of their Grandfather Potipherah who was versed in all the learning of tlio Egyptians and knew many gods that were no gods at all these two young men stood and instead of their names being lost and forgotten amidst the ruins of the tombs and monuments of Egypt they were to come down through the centuries laden with the promises and blessings of God The old man rouses himself as they enter A new and celestial light plays over his wrinkled features The en feebled mind again feels the thrill of God presence His voice drops from the thin piping querulous tones to tho fuller stronger voice of one with a message Ho stretches forth his trem bling hands and exclaims with a note of triumph in his voice God Almighty appeared unto me at Luz in the land of Canaan and blessed me and said unto mc Behold I will makp thee fruitful and multiply thee and I will make of thee a multitude of people and will give this land to thy seed after thee for an everlasting possession Tho old man paused It almost seemed to the boys that they were in the presence of the God Almighty about whom their grandfather hau just been speaking and the words sanK deep into their hearts as they again heard what had been told tuem so oft en by their father that tho Hebrew peo plo were to become a great nation and Canaan was to be their possession Into the heart of each there stole a yearning to share in this promised blessing But now the old man begins again and they are aroused from their inward musings by hearing their bwa names spoken- Thy twosons Ephralm and Manna seh which were born unto thee in the land of Egypt before I came unto thee into Egypt are mine as Reuben and Simeon they shall be mine They hardly knew why their hearts leaped within them at tho words but they did even as the soul sometimes responds to the inner voice of God while yet the mind does not grasp or understand the full meaning of the message And in that moment they know that it was not to be the priest hood of Egypt but Identification with the Hebrew people and part In the promised blessing Josephithy face and lo God hath shewed me also thy seedAnd he took the two boys and em braced them and kissed them and stretching forth his right hand be placed It upon Ephraims bead who was the younger and his left band upon Manassehs head guiding his hands wittingly and said God before whom my fathers Abraham and Isaac did walk the God which fed me all my life long unto this day alIImy name be named on them and the name of my fathers Abraham and Isaac and let them grow into a multitude in the midst of the earth And when Joseph saw that his father laid his right hand upon the bead of Ephraim It displeased him and he held up his fathers hand to remove it from Ephraims head unto Manassehs head saying at the same time Not so my father for this is the uponhisBut his father refused saying I know it my son I know it He also shall become a people and ho also shaltbe great But truly his younger brother shall be greater than he and his seed shall become a multitude of nationsDuring the days which followed Ephralm pondered deeply over the words of blessing spoKen over him and his brother but after the days of mourning and Jacob had been carried back and placed In the cave of Mach boyfoundther who responded as follows My son God has promised thee blessing according as He has seen the possibilities in thee See that thou fall not short of His requirements I will not father spoke up the boy earnestly The God of Abraham and Isaac and Jacob and thy God shall bo my God and His people shall bo my people and Manasseh shall be onffwlth mo In this pledge wont you Manasseh The brother reached out and took tho hand extended and exclaimed That I will for the blessing of God has been spoken upon me too Card Trick To tear a pack of cards in two Is regarded by some as a marvelous feat of strength and yet the trick is pos sible to anyone with fairly strong fingers The secret ot the trick lies in the fact that the entire pack is not torn at once but in pretending to get a grip on the pack the strong man so manipulates the cards that they over lap In this way but a single card is torn ata time and once the surface is torn the rest Is easy 9 VI z ij i r ROM VER TA I FIREMEN BADLY HURT I A Street Car and a Host Wagon Collided at Le finjjtan Lexington Ky Dec iTho roof ot tho laundry building at the Eastern Kentucky Lunaticjinylum caught fire and the entire city Ire department reo eponded to a call Tho asylum cm ployes corraled th p 700 patients in their wards and mollIe preparations to escape in case the fire communicated to the main bulldliJsr but it was soon under control In the collision between the Woodward avenue hose wag on and a street cfcr at the corner of Fifth street and Broadway while en route to the seem Alex Hagarty Jer ry Keeth P H Bcwman and M G Tudor were injured Hagarty and Keeth dangerously To avoid striking the car Driver Bowman turned his horses down Broadway the same direction the car was running but the hind wheels slipped on the icy street Ha gerty Was thrown 40 feet and lodged against a telephone pole He has not regained consciousness Keeth has a dangerous cut on his head Bowman and Tudor aro severely bruised The wagon was demolished HAD A CHURCH WEDDING However Nobody Was There But Themscjveti and Two Witnesses Lexington Ky Dec jOne of the most unique church weddings ever celebrated in this city was preformed by Rev Barkloy Meador which united Miss Mary F Love and Walter R Vi vian of Winchester When the couple arrived at the church Rev Meador of feted to unite them in his study but they declined and said they desired a formal church wedding and with the Misses Spencer daughters ot Rev I J Spencer as witnesses the ceremonjk was performed The bride entered the church on the arm of Mr Vivian and the pastor solemnly appeared from be hind the altar- PREPARING FOR LEGAL BATTLE Action Taken In the Powers Cue By His Attorney Newport Ky Nov 10tiaheb Pow ers confined in the Newport jail on a charge of complicity In the murder of Gov Goebel was notified by his attorney R D Hill that he would on Dc cember 11 file a motion to dissolve the appeal from the decision of Judgo Cochrans decision to the effect that the federal courts had jurisdiction in his case Ho has already been noti fied that on the same date tho commonwealth would move for leave to file a petition to have tho case refer red back to the state courts Powers is suffering from an attack of stomach trouble THE DEADLY SHOTGUN Three Men Killed or Injured Thanks giving Day Wllllamstown Ky Dec 1 Richard Uorehead who accidentally blew off his left arm with a shotgun died Thursday Grover Lanter let fall a doublebarreled shotgun The gun was discharged the load carrying away the calf of his left leg A Grant county man named Dougherty accidentally discharged a shotgun and is minus a portion of one heel Franchise For An Electric Line Mt Sterling Ky Dee 2Younger Alexander Lexington J M Bigstaff M O Cockrell Mt Sterling H A Power Paris John T Collins W A Thomason North Middlctown have been granted franchises for an inter urban line from Paris to Mt Sterling 20 miles The road will cost 500000 Work will begin at once Discovers Father Dead In Crowd Louisville ky Dee L Leonard Hewitt while passing the corner ofI n9ticedaclans office and discovered that It was his own father Dexter Hewitt who had died of heart disease on his way downtown after lunch Many Hunters at HIckman Hickman Ky Nov 30The season for bird shooting opened last Wednes day and the fields have since been filled with hunters Quails and doves wild geese and ducks on the lake are plentiful Hunters from different states arrive almost every day and participate in the sport The Verdict Sustained Frankfort Ky Dee2The court of appeals sustained the 1000 dam ages awarded by the Kenton circuit court in the case of the Covington and Cincinnati Bridge Co vs Jennie Smith The appellee sustained a broken arm by a fall while walking across the bridge Poison In the Coffee Louisville Ky Dec 2The report of the city chemist shows that the coffee drunk by Mrs Katherine Graham her daughter Agnes and Andrew Mel let a boarder contained arsenic Jas Mellet was presented in police court and his case continued Two New Plants For Paducah h Paducab Ky Dec 2JJShepb- erd of Pittsburg has decided to locate a cereal mill here employing 100 men R T Morgan of New York will A about the same time locate a skewer factory here Many Buildings Burned Glasgow Ky Dec IHorlle CaveF suffered a 20000 fire The blaze inated in the dry goods store of S R Paoe which with two grocery stores a jewelry store photograph gallery barber shop and the telephone exchange was destroyed Found Dead In a Box Car Russell Ky Dec 1 Thomas FFRice of Grayson Ky while his household goods to Arkansas was found dead In a box car containing his live stock here He had been shot through the heart Big Farm Sold Versailles Ky Nov 30 George B Mosely has sold for Buford Twyman to Lewis Jochum of Fayette county the Dedman farm containing 285iC acres seven miles east of Versailles In Fayette countyon the Military turnpike for 42850 or over 50 an acre Body Still UnidentifiedOCovington Ky 11workat Blantona morgue In Erlanger al though numerous persons viewed itO t KENTUCKY RAILROADS The Annual Report of ths State Corn mission Made Public Frankfort Ky Dec LThe annual report of the railroad commission Just issued shows tho total value of all railroad mileage in the State of Kentucky to be 155999646 and a total val ue of all property of 61149924 Total mileage is 337 The gross receipts In 1904 were 33047652 and in the present year 34856447 Net receipts for 1904 were 9552263 and for 1905 j 9134057 There were 1033 persons wounded and 77 employes killed and 132 passengers killed fend 263 were wounded BRIGHT LITTLE GIRL Knew She Was Dying and Her Say- Ings Will Buy Flowers Sharpsburg Ky Dec 2Alberta the fouryearold daughter of Thomas- J Crawford died of diphtheria after patheUeIncidentwas the revelation that her Illness would prove fatal and her request that the money in her little savings bank 2 be used to help defray the funeral expenses With the money the par eats will buy flowers to place on her casket LICKING ON A RAMPAGE A Coal Fleet Torn From Its Anchorage at the Mouth Covington Ky Nov OThe Lick- Ing river wcut on a rampage early Wednesday morning owing to the heavy rains In the valley The fleet of the Licking Coal and Towboat Co was torn from its anchorage in Cov iugton and swept into the Ohio river It collided with the fleet at Halls landing and carried away Halls pump boat but all were later landed with out muck loss farther down the Ohio river on the Kentucky shore He Struck a Tartar Louisville Ky Dec IDr E H Mechling physical instructor at the Young Mens Christian association struck a tartar in Robert J McBryde jr an editorial writer In a lively sparring bout MbBryde landed stiffly en Mechling sending him to the floor Mechlinga shoulder was dislocated and chloroform had to be administered while the member was being replaced Deputy Sheriff Arrested Lexington Ky Nov 30 Deputy Sheriff Thomas Ward of Harlan county who was taken from the train in Frankfort by officers after his young prisoner Frank Stepp had left him and inquired tho way to the peniten tiary was arrested and locked up at police headquarters for displaying weapons Road Nearing Completion Lexington Ky Dec LThe Interur ban railroad between Lexington and Versailles Is nearing completion and it is expected that cars will be run by the middle of January There is a large quantity of ballast yet to be laid and the first cars will have to run on a slow schedule for several weeks Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Nov lOThe total offerings at all of the houses were 550 hhds 421 burley and 79 dark reviews 88 Prices ranged as follows Old burley 550 to Iii new burley 360 to 1075 old dark from 360 to 475 and new dark from 3 to 640 Second Attempt at Bank Robbery Sulphur Ky Dee 1A second attempt to rob the Deposit bank was made at 3 oclock In the morning The burglars broke through a window but did not get any money The former attempt to rob the Deposit bank occurred three weeks ago Sues For Sons Death Covington Ky Dee 2B F Grazl an attorney for the father ot Eugene Francis 16 who died after drinking several large draughts of whisky en tered suit for 20000 against the Shel don Distilling Co and Edgar A Stei nau because of the boys death Thomas W Li vvions Purchase Lexington Ky YTec 2rTaomss W Lawson has bouglrl of Gay Brothers Pligab Ky the saddle mare The American Girl for 3000 This mare wog at the state fair Louisville horse show and through the state fairs without being once defeated MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Dec L Heavy steers 475 4 SO CALVES Extra 8 25 O 8 50- 110G8Ch packers 4 90 5 00 Mixed packers 4 85 tiP 90 SHEEPExtra 4 65 II 4 75 LAMBSExtra 750 FLOURSpring pat 5 15 5 4U WHEAT No 2 red 89 90y 85yCORNNo2No 3 white 46 OATS No 2 mixed 0 332 RyENo2 70 72 AYGb timothy 14 00 PORK Mess 15 00 LARD Steam 7 50 BUTTERCh dairy 15 25VZPPLESChoicePOTATOESPer bbl 2 00 225 tOBACCONew 6 00 fi 13 00 Old 4 60 14 75 Chicago Winter vat 5 10 5 2- 0WHEATNo 2 red 85 t 88 80 86 CORNNo 2 mixed 46 46 OATSNo 2 mixed 2- 9RYENe2 i 68 PORKMess 13 40 013 50 LARD Steam 7 30 7 32cj New York Win strts 3 95 G 4 10 WHEATNo 2 red 97 CORNNq 2 mixed E9 OATS No 2 mixed 36VJ 3Ty RYEWestern 75 PORK Mess 1525 15 LARD Steam 7 65 7 75 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 85 83 CORNNo2 mixed 50 tf 50 No 2 mixed 35 Steers 400 4 50 SHEEPNo 2 00 2 Louifvllle WHEATNo 2 red 83 85- ORNrNo 2 mixed 52 54 ATSo 2 mixed 33 33- ORKMeab OU 90- ARDSteam 850 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red la SR ORNNo a mied 5- 1ATSNo 2 iiii4 G 2 r4 SPOM PI PzL The River Moldau is to be made flaY 1 Igable up to the city of Prague at a cost of ovtr 3000000 The British Peace society is protest lag against the formation of rifle clubs as inciting the spirit of militarism1 In the City of London Court a cred fbi described whisky as a luxury 1 thought It was a medicine sald Judge Lumley Smith There were lSOO guests at a marriage feast at Sevlgnac near Morlaix Brit tany and 300 servants waited on them In an open field A balloon Is on its way1agjgamghlp from EjsJand tqttlcutttfJtBTTfie ustTof i the prince of Wales who expects to use it for observation purposes during his Indiantour A soldier in charge of the canteen at the barracks at Chester England Is under arrest Fifteen barrels in his charge that should have contained beer were found to be full ot water Dr Elger of Warsaw Jewish doctor in the Russian army who is at present a prisoner of war In Japan has been elected an honorary member of a scien tific section of the University of Tokio The taxpayers of eastern London are complaining bitterly of the rigorof their assessment The case is cited of a man who had his assessment raised because be erected a cucumber frame in his back iigarden The inhabitants of the village ot Castlemartyr in County Cork have bought the feesliriple interest In their dwellings and premises from the earl of Shannon on favorable terms The popu lation of Castlemartyr Is about 600 f The new Italian postage stamps wilt tot bear the monarchs head but a va riety of different designs such as the sea under the rising sun an Alpine landscape a ship at sea a railway train the Italian arms and a wireless tele graph station When a battalion of Infantry was leaving England the other day for South Africa a baboon the regimental mascot showed an amount of Joy that was in striking contrast with the de meaner of most of his military friends hes going back home said itt3 IN CONSTANT AGONY tA West Virginians Awful Distress Through Kidney Troubles v W L Jackson merchant of Partccfs burg W Va says UrIvinglaii- Y badweatfierbroiIIjtkidney me and I ttnVred twenty years with sliarpcrauipingpahis I in the back and urtn ary disorders t of ten jj had to get up a dozen times at night to Surinate Retention set in and I was obliged to use the catheter I took lo my bed and the doctors falling to help began using Doana Kidney Pills The uriuo soon caiuo freely agojn and the pain gradually disappcaral I hare been cured eht years and though over 70 am as active as a boy Sold by all dealers cents a box FosterMSlburn Co Buffalo N Y WL DOUCLAS 33 3i SHOES K T we L Douglas 400 ClltEdge Line cannot be equalled atany price r I1IIrIW UIpl41ki iJw4IWI LASMAKLA In nIul s dliprvithihsitatimitP CeHcet itjrto euy fitting and MpHar wnrlafqaiJItle nchleved the targttt any sh M ta the worM They ire JUSt H good M selyHerenc imy at Brockton MM th fa the world under one roof meWs MM Shonsadsbowyoqthcsrewtthblchery made youwould realize why v L Douia 350 ire the best hoes produced u the world te ll I could show you the difference between the hoei node la far factory and these of other DovgtajLIJOtheir shape fit better wear loafer vnd are at xretter Intrinsic value then any other 1159 abcs on this market today w fli MaZ z ii5iflDF sL182 iisstiaCAUTIPrl iBuitnponbaTinffWLDonc te None genuine without btf name sad price ittmpeji on bottom WANTED A thoe dealer In BretT town where W L Shoes are not told Pull line of samples sent free for hupeetloncpon request Fast Color Cftlttt midi they itltl sot ater trtaag Write StyIeWLDOUEILAS Twutya Five Bdiktls If Wheat ti till Airs kf- 4 means a productive capacity In dollar of over Sib per acre Tbl on land which lias coit the farmer oirn story glccsboluteipfree Lauds adjoining can be purchased at from to 10 per acre from railroad and other corpora tions Alreadtr I750C3 farmers from the UnTied Statei have made their homes in Canada Twentieth Century Canada1 sod all information apply to SurcniNTENDSHX thefollowingAgents ir HH WILIUUS Law BalldligToledo ittntlontUltpaytr lrANTISEPTIC TOILET I i1i FOR WOMEN troubled winawuoi1aiTctheir I 1St suds clcasiea klUs fiie reran i rsorenessFaxtine is in powder form to be dissolved in oe Lwater and Is far moTe cleansing nnucidtl 4tksnnoliban1iqai4nnthfoca1i JTOILET AND WOMENS SPECIAL uesFor ale at draggtati cents a box it i Trial Box and Book of Instnctlona Free jVMC It PAXTOH COMPANY eerou hUee PATENTS SpaKobobkrnra Jhi licit reference fTTZGERALUU CO flex K VYaslilngton U u ANKE 210a J Best heyutvI TUMORS CONQUERED SERINS OKMTMNS AVOIIEB Unqualified Success of Lydia E PInk l tberOne of tho greatoit triumphs of Lydia B Pinkhanva Vegetable Compound is the conquering of womans dread en emy thatfrcquent1yit far advanced t IL Socalled wandering pains may como from Its early stages or tho presence of danger maybe made manl test by profuse menstruation neeom panted unusual pain from tile ovaries dovn tho groin and thighs If you havemysterious pains if there are indications of inflammation or dis placement dont jvalt for time to con IJrra your fears and go through tho errors of hospital operation secure t dia R Pinkhams Vegetable Com tffonnd rightaway and begin its use Mrs 1inltham of Lynn Mass win ylre you her advico free of aUcharge you U1 write bel ourletterwmbcseenbywomenonly I take the liberty to congratulate you on Kbe success I hail your wonderfull 10Inedlcirni Elltbteen month SbortlyafterHelhob 1 i submitted to a thorough examination by a pbyrJcl aDd was that I bad a tumor J it I1 the uterus and TOUId bue to rgoaa ratlon v Sooa after I read one of your adrerttse Pinkbam1trying five boWes as directed the tumor is 7tl entirdy gone I have been raaminnl by a physician and be lays I ba no signs ot tuDor noW It ball also brourbt my month lies around once more and I am entirely TeiFannleD For 7 Chestnut StreetBradford Pa J JI NUGGETS OF NONSENSE Marie Well I shall make one mans life happy anyway Marianne Oh I lee You are not going to get mar I rled Patience What reason had she for tntrrrlng him Patrice Why he f 1admonerPatienceThal1s not a reason that is an excuse t So that great Inventor Is dead and I bill wonderful secret Is lost Not at r all He told it to his wife just before bodied Yes thats what I mean Why do you can young Fcatherbono tol1Y1Us first name is Noah Well but that so inappropriate Noah tbofain Visitor Have you nothing better to do than sit on the fence and watch the train go by Native AVal stranger jiijs bcttern to sit on the train and watch the fence go by Hows tImes drumming Jife insur ance Tough Bii tiny brother writes me that he has an even harder job How can that be Hes trying to sell suede gloves In Norway The irritable employer turned to his typewriter wllh a sudden snarl Why dont ydii write It Justias I say it he demanded BeCause my typewriter hasnt the cata Thsho quietly re sponded urprlsed that you should be so Interestesdj watching those silly of habit I guess Im vementrocantlot J BRIOKT BITB BY WITS Many a white lie bas left a black mark behind it ortecMature dbwnt have much use for selfBade beauties as patterns Worth makes the man and thowaat 9lcU is what makes him worthless inmay burn so much midnight oli thafhe has nono left to oil the dty machinery Advice that doesnt agree with our w and Inclinations not the Stcwe are looking Xor vrXV the wise man knows he 8afool Jt he 111i miserabla the fool imag laMlielswle and is happy A man may buy the reputation of be IBS a pkllaathropIsU but he cannot buy the real philanthropists character f THE COFFEE HEART It Xi fa DBgtr s utile Tobacco or WUsltjXeart Colfee kearl Is common to many coK4e users aad is liabla to send the o m rtotlaorJiCB1onff home If the drag You can run 30 or 10 Vards aad find out if your heart j troubled A lady who was once a rJctia of the coffee heart writes from Oregon I have beea a habitual user of cot fee ali myUI and have suffered very IlcfareceBt years from aliments dick I became satisfied were direct beverage1UOwhich la tura sadeJ complexion blotchy asd muddy Then my heart became affected It J would beat most rapidly just after I iraak Hiy coffee and go below normal u the coffee effect vpre off Some times ry pulsa wdula go zs high as 137 beats to the 111teNy family were greatly al red t1RY conditloa and it last methee perawfeded me to begin the use e Pestusa Food Coffee liaT8uptheoid coffee entirely tad absolutely aad made Fpstum my ole table beverage This was BOsths ago and all my ills the Indl Beslkra liactlve llyer and rickety J heftrt actlOH have passed away and SyrcOHapiextea has become clear and eiataraV The lajproveBaent set In very sqoa after I aade the change just aa o aiJtheeoleelOlso had time to work oat of my syBtem JK My jwbaEd has also beep greatly b ite by the use btPostum and wo r a4 isitjiEi ple breakfast with Pos fi tiHB ii 4 sattefylBS and mpre Etrengtb- emtoi thaa the old heavier meal wo- wei to hare with tte other klBd cf- cof l Naae given by pstuni Co JatU Cr elicX1c1 4yTMre a Tftuoa Read the little wk TieRoMtp llylHelBpkgs r ANNUAL MESSACE- Of THE PRESIDENT MATTERS IK NEED OF LEGISLA TION BROUGHT TO ATTEN TION OF CONGRESS RECOMMENDATIONS MADE ON SEVERAL SUBJECTS ncreased Power for Interstate Com merce Favored as Cure for Rail road Rebate Evil Insurance and Labor Questions Washington Doc iIn his annual mes sage to congress the president brings sev eral matters to tlie attention ot the na tions lawmakers upon which In Ills es timation legislation Is necessary Recom mendations are made for new laws and advised In statutes already enacted made necessary by changed conditions The complete message Is a document of almost 250W words The only reference made to deotedtothat unless our expenditures can be kept within the revenues our revenue laws must be readjusted What form this readjust ment should take If It la needed lit de clares it Is as yet too early to say Control of Corporations cetoof tha country and particularly the rail roads He believes the time has come when they should bo placed under federal lookIngIs deplored and he advises action that would abolish It lie believes the present Interstate commerce laws are inadequate and that If the commission were endowed with more power it would aid greatly In solving the vexed problem In this connec tion he says It has been a misfortune that the na hithertobeenthan an affirmative kind and still more that they have in part sought to prohibit what could not be effectively prohibited and have In part In their prohibitions con founded what should bo allowed and what uselesspetlllon whcthcr this restraint be reason able or unreasonable and where it Is not useless It Is generally hurtful Events have shown that It is not possible ado quately to secure the enforcement of any law of this kind by Incessant appeal to the courts The department of JustIce has for the last tour years devoted more attention leglslatlonbeen accomplished particularly marked prosecutlonsthen will be a very Insufficient benefi changeThpevade tho law Immediately develops an other device to accomplish the same pur probillollwhich may tend to restrict competition but such adequate supervision and regulation competltlonpublic as well as such supervision and reg ulation as will prevent other abuses In no way connected with restriction of comp tition Of these buses perhaps the chief although by no means theonl one Is over capitalization generally Itself the result of dishonest prornoiion because of the myriad evils It bkngs In Its train for such ovcrcapltallzatlorrortcn meansnn Inflation that invites business panic It always con ceals the true relation of the profit earned to the capital actually invested and It creates a burden pf Interest payments which is a fertile cause of improper reduc tion in or limitation of wages It damages the small Investor discourages thrift and IIpeculatlonhlleand dishonesty which It Impllcsfor harm to morals is worsn than any possible harm to material Interests and the debauchery of politics and business by great dishonest corporations is tar worse than any actual material evil they do to the public Until the national government obtains In some manner which the wisdom of the congreu bigIcom merce that is over the great majority of iho big corporations It wilt be Impossible toecal adequately with these evils Railroad Rate Regulation orhaslbelleeIndonotbclleeany work which can wllh propriety be left believeIning any work when It becomes evident that abuses are sure to obtain therein unless ere Is governmental supervision It Is not my province to Indicate the exact terms of the law which should be enacted but I congresstocertalndesirable to deal In my judgment the most Important provision such law ehouU contain Is that conferring upon some competent administrative body the beingbrouchticrlbed 1 y a railroad Is reasonable and Just and If It Is found to be unreasonable and unjust then after full investigation otfatego the maximum reasonable rate as It Iscommonty called this decision to go into effect within a reasonable time and to ob tain from thence onward subject to review by tho coprts it sometimes happens at present not that a rate Is too high but that a favored shipper Is given too Iowa rate In such cases the commission wpuld have the right to fix this already established minimum rate as the maximum and it would need only one or two such decisions by the commission to cure railroad com panies of the practice ot giving Improper minimum rates I call your attention to the tact that my proposal is not to give orlgInatealready fixed or originated by the roads upon complaint and after Investigation A heavy penalty should be enacted from any corporation which taIls to respect an of the commission regard this orderI establish a maximum rate as being tial to any scheme at real reform in tile matter of railway regulation The first ne cessity is to secure It and unless It is granted to the commission there is little uso In touching the subject at all All private car lines Industrial roads refrigerator charges and the like should be expressly put under the of tho Interstate commercp commission or atria similar body so faros rates ant agree ments practically affecting rales are con cerned The private car owners and the owners of Industrial railroads are entitled to a fair and reasonable compensation on their Investment but neither private care nor Industrial railroads nor spur tracks should be utilized as devices for securing preferential rales A rebate in icing charges or In mileage or In o division of the ruto for refrigerating charges is Just as pernicious as a rebate In any other way A Few Too Many About 300 species of mosquitoes have been described and ItIs estimated that more exist Giles recognized only 3C species in the whole of North Amer ica but Florida alone claims 22 spe cies Costly Onions Onions have become so scarce in New Zealand that they are realizing from s 17 to J19 a ton at Wellington which Is from 14 to J 15 higher than prices In London Urges Guinea Fowl Raising According to a bulletin of the department of agriculture the growing market for guinea fowl suggests more general breeding for food pur poses In the United States It is de clared there is already a fair demand for them In New York and other eastern cities which could easily be increased The flesh is much like that of the ordinary chicken and tbe birds are easily raised Many Poor Ones vNo church Is rich unless the poor sit to her pewsc c r J tAir6 F or 1 r No lower rst should apply art good Im ported than actually obtains dn domutlcI goods from the American tination except In cases wlicro water com petition Is the controlling Influence There should bo publicity of the accounts of common curriers no common carrier IIhouldlceJregulalionbe open to the Inspection of the govern ment Only In this way cnn violations or evasions of the law be surely detected A system of eamlnatn of railroad ac counln should be provided similar to that now conducted Into the national banks by the bank examiners a few firstclass rail road accountants If they had proper direc tion and proper authority to Inspect books ijnd papers coulil iiccoinplhli much In pre venting willful violations of the law It examInes for good reasons they were directed to do so by the Interstate commerce commis sion It Is greatly to be debited that some way might be found by which an agree ment as to transportation within a state thefedernlbrought under the jurisdiction of the red oclurt4thatlarge statebuslne8llevasion of the law The commission should have power to enforce fair treatment by branchlinesI urge upon tile congress the need ot providing for expeditious action by the In terstate commerce commission In all these matters whether In regulating rates for transportation or for storing or for hand tranlltThepresent commerce net shows that lis cfll cacy has been to a great degree destroyed by the weapon of delay almost the most formidable weapon In the hands of those whose purpose It is to violate the law labor Questions The national government the president says has as a rule but little occasion to deal with the group of problems known as the labor question State and municipal authorities must deal with these In most cases The recommendation Is again mado at In the message of last year that the de partment of commerce and labor Investi gate the general labor condition and that especial attention be paid to tho conditions of child labor and child labor legislation in the several stales An Investigation of the condition of the women engaged In dustry In the United States and state and municipal legislation looking to their pro tection Is recommended Continuing he says The Introduction of women Into Industry la working change and disturb ance In the domestic and social llfcof the nation The decrease In marriage and especially In the birth rate has been co incident with It AVc must Tace accom plished facts and the adjustment to fac surelyItharmful effects on tamIl lire than Is now the case This whole matter In reality forms one of the great sociological phe nomena of our time It Is a social question of the first Importance of far greater Im portance than any merely political or eco nomic question can be and to solve It Wit need ample data gathered In a sane and scientific spirit In the course of an exhaust ive Investigation The question of securing a healthy and selfrespecting and mutually sympathetic attitude as between employer and laborer Is discussed at length In discussing the problem he says we must adopt the prin ciple of treating a man on his worth as a man rather than with reference to Ms so cial his occupation or the class to which he belongs The demand for de priving courts of the power to issue Injunc tions In labor disputes Is also touched upon The Insurance Scandal In the section devoted to the recent life Insurance scandal the president declares there Is need of a farstricter and more unto form regulation of the vast insurance In terests of tho country much can be done by legislation which Is not only drastic but practical The United States should In this respect follow the policy of other nations by providing adequate national sdpervl slon of commercial Interests which are clearly national In character Ho scores certain officials of the life Insurance com panies In the following words Itccent events have emphasized the Importance of an early and exhaustive consideration of this question to see whether It Is not pOSe sible to furnish better safeguards than the several states have been able to furnish against corruption of the flagrant kind which has been exposed It has been only too clearly shown that certain of the men at the head of these large corporations take but small note of the ethical distinction be teen honesty and dishonesty they draw the line only this side of what may be called lawhonesty the kind of honesty necessary In order to avoid falling Into the clutches of the law Of course the only complete remedy for this condition must be found In an aroused public conscience a higher sense of ethical conduct In the community at large and especially among business men and In the great profession of the law and In the growth of a spirit which con demns all dishonesty whether In rich man or in poor mani whether It takes the shape of bribery or of blackmail Hague Peace Conference The second peace conference to be held at The Hague at an early date is dis cussed at considerable length and this gov ernment will do everything In Its power to secure the success of tho conference to the end that substantial progress maybe made In the cause of International peace justice and good will He favors a general arbitration treaty among nil nations If this Is possible The Monroe doctrine be says has been an effective Instrument for peace and It Is being gradually accepted by other made with Santo Do mingo by which the United States has tak en charge of her customs revenues from which all just and reasonable debts will be paid has proved a boon to that country and enabled her to maintain her Independ ence Peace Is also being restored there The appeal made to our government for help has been answered and a treaty Is now pending In the senate with the r pub lie The Army and Navy In connection with our foreign policy the president discusses the condition of our army and mavy Considering the small number ofour soldiers he says they should be trained as nearly perfect as possible Contlnulqg he says Provision should be made by sufficient appropriations for maneuvers ot a practical kind so that tbe troops may learn how to take care of them selves under actual senIce conditions every march for Instance being made with the soldier loaded exactly as he would be In an active campaign The number of posts In which the army Is kept In time of peace should bo materially diminished and the posls that are left made correspond- Ing larger Promotion by mere seniority can never result In a thoroughly efficient corps of officers In the higher ranks unless there accompanies It a vig orous wcedlngout process Such a weed Ingout process that Is such a process of selection Is a chief feature of tho tour years course ot tile young officer at Wt st Point There Is no good reason why it should slop Immediately upon his gradu ation After a certain age has been reached the average officer Is Unlit to do good work below a certain grade Provi sion should be made for the promotion of exceptionally meritorious men over the heads of their comrades and for the retire ment of all men who have reached a given age without getting beyond a given rank this age of retirement of course changing Smallest Tree Naturalists say the smallest tree In the world IE the Greenland birch This miniature tree grown to a height of less than three inches although it spreads over a radius of two or three feet Lessons for Porters It is stated by the London Globe that with the electrification of Londons un derground railroads an effort is to be made to teach porters the proper pro nunciation of the names ot itatlona Breaking It Gently Foreman at the doorDid yer husband hov a new suit ay cloei on this morrnln Mrs OMalley Mrs OMalley He did Theyre roolned entirely How did ut happen He was blowed up be a charge av dinnymite Cleveland Leader Not Enough Chopping Dars too much advice said Uncle J3ben Dara too many people dat kin tell you jcs how to sharpen er ax an not enough chopnlu wood AVashlugton Star 4 from rank to rank In both the army anl the navy there should be some principle o selection that is of promotion for merit and there should be n resolute effort tt eliminate the aged officers of reputabll character who possess no special effi ciency There should be an Increase In tin coast artillery force so that our coast for tlflcatlonii can be In some degree adequate ly manned The president believes that our nay has at present reached a strength sufficient for our present needs and says Ournavj must relatively to the navies of other na tions always be of greater clze than out army We have most wisely continued for a number of years to build up our navy and It has now reached a fairly high stand ard ot efficiency This standard of Im cleney must not only be maintained hut Increased It ilocs not recin to mo neces sary however that the navy should at least In the Immediate future be In creased beyond the present number ol units AVTat now clearly neccisarj Is to substitute efficient for Incttlcienl units as the latter become wornout or n It becomes apparent that they are useless What we need now Is additional seamen a large store of reserve guns and sulll dent money for ample larcet practice and all forms of sea practic- eImmigration Question The question of Immigration says tht president Is one of vllal Interest to the country and legislation governing the In flux of aliens Is badly needed On t his sub ject he says The prime need Is to kieii out nil Immigrants who will not mako good American citizens The laws now ex Jstlng for the exclusion of undesirable Im migrants should be strengthened Adequate means should be adoptcd enforced by sufficient penalties to compel steam ship companies engaged In the passenger business to observe In good faith IhtTlaw which forbids them to encourage or solicit Immigration to the United States More over there should be a sharp limitation Imposed upon alt vessels coming to our ports as to the number of Immigrants In ratio to tbc tonnage which each vessel can carry This ratio should be high enough to Insure the coming hither of as good a class of aliens aa possible Provi sion should be ma Co for the surer punish ment of those who Induce aliens to come to this country under promise or assur ance of employment It should be mado possible to Inflict a sufficiently heavy penalty on any employer violating thin lax to deter him tram taking the risk It seems to me wise that there should be an International conference held to deal with this question of Immigration which halt moro than a merely national significance such a conference could among other things enter at length Into the method for securing a thorough Inspection of would be Immigrants at the ports from which they desire to embark before permitting them1 to embark In regard to the Chinese ex clusion laws the president says Chinese students business and professional men of all kinds not only merchants but bank ers doctors manufacturers professors travelers and the like should be encour aged to come here and treated on precisely the same footing that we treat students business men travelers and the like of other nations Only the Chinese of the coolie class and Chinese skilled and un skilled laborers should be excluded he be lieves The Panama Canal Tile sanitary work on the Isthmus of Panama preparatory to beginning the actu al work of excavation s almost been completed with satlsfactIy results Con gress Is asked to aid the furthering the work of building the canal so that it may be completed In the speediest possible time In addition the president says Active work In canal construction main ly preparatory has been In progress for less than a year and a hall During that period two points about the canal have coated to be open to debate First the question of route the canal will be built on the Isthmus of Panama Second tho question of feasibility there are no phI cal obstacles on this route that American engineering skill will not bo able to over come without serious difficulty or that will prevent the completion of the canal within a reasonable time and at a reason able cost This Is virtually the unani mous testimony of the engineers who have Investigated the matter for the govern ment Minor Matters Conditions In the Philippine Islands are generally salisfactory Tranqulllty has existed during the pasf year with the ex ception of a few minor disturbances A paragraph Is devoted to the further ance of an American merchant marine and the attention ot congress ts called to the report of the merchant marine commis sion The pension bureau Is congratulated for its excellent work during the past year Recommended that action be taken by con gress looking to government care of graves of confederates Regarding the currency the president says that Inflation must be avoided but that some provision should bo made that will Insure a larger volume of money dur ing the tall and winter months than in the less active seasons of the year Enactment of a law directed against bribery and corruption In federal elections Is again urged- Legislation favored to cover cases of breaches of trust In the public service Legislation confering American citizen ship on all citizens ot Porto Rico Is advocated Recommended that Indian Territory and Oklahoma and that New Mexico and Ari zona be admitted Into the union as two states Complete revision of the copyright to meet modern conditions declared neces sary The work of the civil service commission Is commended and the careful considera tion of the recommendations made by the commission Is urged upon congress Government work in connection with the construction and maintenance of levees along the Mississippi should bo contin ued Pension favored for members of the life saving service In the judgment of the president Immedi ate steps should be taken for the fortifica tion of the Hawaiian Islands Elective delegate to congress Is recom mended for Alaska- Naturalisation laws are In need of revi sion Favorable action hoped for on of commission appointed by president to revise them- Abolishment of fee system ot our con sular service favored Other recommenda tions for betterment of service also made Several changes Jn the public land lasare recommended Recent developments have given new urgency to the need for such changes as will lit these laws to actu al present conditions A law regulating Interstate commerce In misbranded and adulterated foods drinks and drugs Is urged Heard It Before Johnny said Mr Oldham who was courting a young widow you arc a fine manly Utic chap Yes said the widows small son scornfully thats the same chestnut all tho old guys spring that hang around here tryln to cop out ma Cleveland Leader Looks Promising But why do you think he may be a real wet i magazine editor has ever accept ed hlirverses Houston Post Serious Charge Uppen I saw you at church last Sunday How do you llks our preach ert De Ayer Hes a tank plagiarist Al most everything he said was taken from St Paul and other New Testa ment writers Chicago Tribune Egypt Ruler The khedive of Egypt has amassed an enormous fortune and Is nut only a monogamist but a teetotaler aa well The Attic Days Are Over Tbe announcement a Kentucky novelist is about to start a bank and that Philadelphia millionaire has written a novel effectually relegates to innocuous desuetude the old story about cultivating literature on a little oatmeal It is now cultivated on the whole menu Youngest Mayors One of the youngest American may ors elected November 7 is Guy Patrick of Spencerville O who is just turned 23 earS01r1JIM Wdlfe of German town O IB 24 r r liNTERNAL REVENUE Tile Annual Ileport of Commis sioner John W Yerkes Leading Slates in Payment of Reve nue Taxes Are Illinois New York Indiana Kentucky Ohio and Pennsylvania Washington Dec IThe annual re port of Commissioner John W Yerko of the Internal revenue bureau trea ury department shows that tho r celpls of the bureau for the year end ed June 30 1903 wero 224178976 an excess of 1284195 over the collec tions for the fiscal year of 1904 Using as rt basis the collections for tho first three months of tile current fiscal year the commissioner estimated that tho receipts from ell internal revenue sources for tho fiscal year ending Juno 30 190C will aggregate 242000000 or nearly 8000000 In excess of thoso for the last fiscal year During tho last fiscal year there was collected from tho tax on distilled spirits 129 512628 on fermented liquors 19 459539 and on tobacco 45659910 The leading states In tho payment of Internal revenue taxes for the past year are Illinois 51892703 New York 27991572 Indiana 24652244 Kentucky 21754399 Ohio 19762 615 Pennsylvania 19196170 There has been an Increase in tho amount of tobacco and snuff manufac tured and in the production of beer The amount of colored oleomargarine produced shows an increase over 1904 the mount on which tax was paid during the fiscal year 1905 being 49 880983 pounds the tax collected ag gregating 441975- Commissioner Ycrkcs discussed tho freo work done by hl bureau such as gauging of spirits at rectifying houses the freo stamps used clerk hire etc and recommends legislation fixing a charge of 20 cents per stamp for each stamp Issued to rectifiers or wholesale liquor dealers for use upon packages prepared and sent out by them From this source the commis sioner estimates that an Increased revenue of from 750000 to 800000 would be produced The commission er also recommends that a tax of 25 cents per gallon be imposed on all sweet wines fortified through the use of grape brandy FIGHTING IN THE STREET Scores of Persons Killed or Wounded in Kleff Russia KicK Russia Dec 1 via Warsaw Dec4There has been serious street fighting between mutinous sappers and Cossacks and between workmen and bands of the Black Hundred Scores of persons have been killed or wounded Martial law has been pro claimedSt Dec 2 via Berlin Dec 4lntense alarm prevails here Communication with tho outer world by telegraph ceased this morning when tho Finnish operators Joined their mis sion comrades Tho embassies legations and banks are hastily organizing courier service to both the Finnish and German fron tiers The population is almost in a state of panic fearing that the railroads will stop running and thaftho Inhabitants therefore will have no mode ot flight in the event of the clateciysmwbich they seem to lear is imminent WHILE DEFENDING MOTHER Henry Llnnemann At Alhambra III Shot Both His Parents Alhambra III Dec 4 Henry Lin neman aged 17 years shot both his father and mother with a shotgun wounding each seriously as the out como of his efforts to protect his mother from the alleged attack of his father He accidentally tripped and fell discharging the gun and shooting his mother Then it is stated he fired and wounded his father Ho was arrested Doctor Cleared of the Crime Boston Del IA verdict of not guilty was reported la tile superior court by the Jury which deliberated the ease of Dr Percy McLeod charg cd with being an accessory after tha tact to the illegal operations which re suited in the death of Susanna A Geary tho victim ot the suit case tragedy Placed in the Family Mausoleum San Francisco Dee 4The body of Mrs Francis Burton Harrison of New York who was killed in an automo placedljLawn cemetery where lie the remains of Mr end Mrs Charles F Crocker her father and mother Postal and Telegraph Officials Strike Warsaw Dec 4Sevcn hundred postal and telegraph officials are on strike here About 100 of the officials refused to join in the strike The strikers poured vitriol in the letter boxes Two hundred bagsi of foreign malls are lying hero unopened Miners Wages Raised Cumberland Md Dec 4 The Georges Creek Coal Co has notified its employes of an increase of five cents a ton for mining coal the In crease to date from the 1st of Decem her This will make the price 65 cents a ton Signed the EightHour Agreement Birmingham Ala Dec 4 At a meeting of tho local International Ty pographical union it was reported that every Job office and every newspaper in Birmingham employing union men has signed the eighthour agreement Death of John Bartlett Boston Dee 4John Bartlett 75 who compiled the work known as Bartletts Familiar Quotations died at his home In Cambridge He was also the author of the Shakespeare Index and tho complete concorl1ahco Ito Shakespeares works Guard For the American Embassy Berlin Dec 4A guard for the Unit ed States embassy at St Petersburg passed through here Tho men who were dressed in civilians clothes are believed to bo from tho cruiser Min neapolis which Is at Oravesend Eng John A Dix Mansion Burned New York Dee 4The mansion built near Hye N Y on Long Island Sound by John A Dix iho war gov ernor of New york was destroyed by fire The house was owned by W IL Browning of New York Loss cstl mated at 75000 The Lid on at Rock IslandI Rock Island Dec 4Rock Is lands saloons were all closed Sunday for the first time Iii many years May or G W McCaskrln ordered all bars closed during Sunday and the order was obeyed i t i t r CHEAP WA TO SHOW OFF Ostentation That Was a Makeshift to Lend an Appearance of Wealth The portly woman in the cross seat of a subway car was confiding in her thin friend in a voice which was heard above the rattle of the train relates the New York Press I had just picked out Uie table I want eda trim little thing to fit in a corner of my parlor when who should come in but that horrid Mr Shoddy I wouldnt have payingto one marked 18 before she saw me thatdeccltful alOlotdecHout the expensive affair You should have seen her face Isnt it rather expensive she said expecttothat table to my address I said to tlm lIe1lerrThen ranbackdel for the 18 table and tool the one for 350 I was sorry afterwards that I 100justWAS A GOOD WATCHDOG Ho Barked a Whole Lot and Kept the Sheep Within the Fold During the late Her Elijah Kellogg istentlyopposed satISfaction memoberssons of his own which the Boston Her storythepart of the state ahorUybeCoro thatIsay you will be glad of it 1IrKelloggyou You are no useful to me in my fparoouSpare mcV repealed tlie citizen thatWhy witht a Ietsitsone end of the town to the other You are the best watchdog 1 ever knew Something Small French Maid to inquiring friend Oui madame is ill but zc doctor hat pronounce it something very trifling very small friendOh Jam so relieved for I was really anxious about her What does the doctor say the trouble is eryleellcsmalllloxLondo Nothing Doin What rlo you think of the political situation queried tbc cigar drummer I dont care to express an opinion sir passengerPardon c d didnt know you were a married man Chicago Daily News Facts and Proof Hulclt Wyo Dec 4th Sp cianAnonnce fact is wort ITa ton ol theory and it is evidence founded on fact that KilnlYlillswhat they do Mrs Mary Taber highly esteemed resident of Hulett I know Dodds Kidney Pills are a valuable medicine because I have used them I todk eevcn boxes and they KidneyTrouble lastboCproperlyDodds are now recognized KidneyRcmedycure Rheumatism Dropsy Gout Lura vladderTroublesorders arisipg from any form of Kidney Disease An Arctic Minute The six months night had begun and Mrs Whaleblubber dropped in on Mrs WalrustuskTake your furs urged the ho pitable hostess Oh it isnt worth while was the re ply I only came to stay a week Chicago Sun MERCILESS ITCHING Xnothor Speedy Cure of an Itching Humor with loss of Hair by the Cutlcura Remedies For two years my neck was covered with eores tho humor to my hair which fell out leaving an unsightly bald spot and the soreness inflamma tion and merciless itching made me wild Friends advised Cuticura Soap and Cuti eura Ointment and after a few applica tions the torment subsided to my great joy The sores soon disappeared and mv Cuticura Remedies Sicned Harry J Subtract from favors received favors granted and the balance if any meas ures friendship Ordinarily the balance on cither side u never suffered to grow very large St Louis GlobeDemocrat St Jacobs Oil Rheumatism Neuralgia Posltlvelrcarea these tittle Pills They also rellcre Dto tre tron ByBpepstaIfi ITTLE DJgesUonandToone rty Eating A rea edytorDlnlnessKaatta DHLS Drowsiness Boa Tasta in tto Moutl Coated Tccgue Pain In tte Side TORPID IIVER Taejr regulate tbo Bowels Purely Vegetable SMALLP1LL SWaMSE SHALLfUKE FscSimils Signature REFUSE SUISTITUTES WEBSJERS INTERNATIONAL iDICflO li THE BESTC- HRISTMAS GIFT TTsefnlBellable7lt TracUve LastlnrUp to Oats nd Authoritative No other Ut will so otten l 6 a reminder of tho stiver S 80 pages UlostraUons Beceatly l 29000 new words a new ary edited by W T Harris PhJX TJJ7Commissioner of Education FrlzeWorldsfalrStLonli GetUiaBeit Hrito for Dlctlwiary WrlnU Free O li C MERSIAM CO SprlpgCeld Mstf GOOD BLOOlFlL BAD aSV Rheumatism and Other Qla eases are Cured by DrvWMfTamV rock walls in dampness aim extremes of cold said Mr J Q Menkel of 2975 Jackson avenue Dnbnqae lawn in de scribing bis experience to a reporter and it is not surprising that I con tracted rheumatism For three years I had attacks affecting the joints of my ankles knees and elbows My ankles and knees became so swollen I could scarcely walk on uneven ground and a little pressure from a stone under my feet would cause me so mnck pain that I would Dearly sink down I was often obliged to lie in bed for several days at a time My friends who were similarly troubled wero getting no relief from doctors and I did not feel encouraged to throw money away for nothing By chance I read the story of Robert Yates of the Klaner Manufacturing Co of Dnbnque who bad a very bad coso of rheumatism I decided to try Dr Wil liams Pink Pills for Pale People tho remedy he had used In three or four weeks after beginning to use tho pills I was much better and in three mouths I was well The swelling of tho joints and the tenderness disappeared I could work steadily and for eight years I havo had no return of the trouble My whole family believo in Dr Williams Pink Pills Both my sons use them Wo consider them a household remedy that we are sure about What DrWilliams Pink Pills did for Mr Menkel they are doing for hundreds of others Every dose sends galloping through the veins pure strong rich red blood that strikes straight nt the cause of all ill health The new blood restores regularity and braces all tho organs for their special tasks Get the genuine Dr Williams Pink Pills nt your druggists or direct from the Dr Williams Medi cine Co Scheuectady NY When 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grade the bett Sawi Corn Harm Perfection Floor Serapert etc an sold all good hardware dealers Catalogue on request E C ATKINS CO CO Inc Lariat M afict nra li the W riJ Ftetorr am Ee bn Ofieo lai ueoGi Ixa Atlanta and Teroato Canada Accept M SuUiuC law co ta Atlioj Brud rsOLD BY DEALERS WONDER SALVE Abtolutcly Free From All Pobonom InytaitnU A SURE CUKE For Boras Sore Throat Corns Sores EczemaT buncles and all Wounds and Skin Diseases t run r HA AHEK BOX rOSTMID It acntouutu ipUla Nlfrwn rw w atM ftrl rpf 8l f t1for Mlat l7ui Writ t aOIU BUltiCTClua 1370 IMnUBka FHeiniie ona atlSClTllWaror oadlta bllltraorwarandfur widows UBT recordi of most lojai lerrlee ana e ofOhio men si yean praellee Law andadTleerniB a w actoBiicK soils us n i i sc cixanin a THE EXTERNAL USE OF wSSto1 nd It penetrates to the seat of torturs and relief promptly follows Price 2Sc and 50c by perfect READTHIS COUPON IS GOOD FOR 100 ON PURCHASE FREE Addresa Upoa recent efjevr Baaw GOOD UemphU Dnifgkts Name HU Address And toe til slamfs or silver a pay postage we will mail you a sample free if you have never used Mulls Grape Tonic and will also mail you a cer tificate good for one dollar toward ihe purchase of more Tonic from your druggist Address MULLS GRAPE TONIC CO 147 Third Ave Rock Island I1L YOU WRONG YOURSELF TO SUFFER W Vtfeou1li0eLCchIKS51wlth contlpaton or stomach troubles wtiea there Is a puteci barmleu natnralpoilUTecarawltblajourreacn CONSTIPATION AND STOMACH TROUBLE came blood poison skin dlteiMS lick headache btlloninns tjpboliIfeTerapnradldtlspllM and CTerj kind or female trouble a well Tour own pnjsldan will teU 700 that aUlclilitrue Butdontdrugorphjilo jourscft Ura MULLS GRAPE TONICtb natnralitrenRtbenlnir harmless remed jtnat bnlldi up ibe tlssnei of Tour dlccttlTe and put yonr whole tTttem ID iplendld eoodlilon to oreroome all attack UliTcrypleuam ascent eocentandtlWbouinaialldrncglsts Tbe 100 bottle contains abonttljctlmo ta much ni theS cent bottle and about tbrce Umea as much aa tbe cent bottle Taere U a great taring la buying tbe tint tlie- MUL1V3 GRAPE TONIC CO 147 Third AT Rock Ua J K 25 Ct O CUBE THE 6WP IS GUARANTEED TO CURB GRIMAB CQLDNEAMCKEAHI MEURALIIA- I wont tell AntlOrlptne to dealer who wont Oo m tce It C ll forjour MONKV BACKIP IT JBOXX C1TK- VT Dienier M It ManufaotuierS rt rflel X dX q ISta ii 4 I OTNGSYiLLE OUTLOOK OUTtOOK PUBLISHING CO calf l t IOWINGSVILLE KY l fi PER YEAR IN ADYANCEj 1lC fltt AtdresaII communications to feTiix OUTLOOK PUBLISHIHO Co or to to- tt JOOR W HoHAKEBi Owingaville C sKy r kSubicribers desiring a change of j 1 always give previous address when writing t Correspondents when out of stu jttlonery should mention fact on a jfe epnrate slip of poperpIk f JNo commission D body oh BtitfecriptionB t TOE OUTLOOK is vent one year for one dollar six months for sixty cent three months for thirtytlve cents d U THURSDAY DEC 7 1905 = JOHN SDARP WILLIAMS of MREb Thi eis8iRpt will be thu aflyV spokesman in the Houte i of CungruHS fur the next two years t11 hoped that he will say t uuu i I goodWoTie7 1 1 UMOLB JUSEVU OAKNON was rc J elected Monday to rule thu U b17 UOUBO of Representatives and per a 1 wit such legislation by tiie peoples g 1li Itlelegatea as he thinks Ot and ispp proper When it comes to auto b c cracy sour Uuco Jo i a wore genuine snide titan the Czar of I i ttussia Ct i AFFAIRS in Russia are going rapidly from bad to worse Scant hews has como from there since r the Itrike of telegrapher but FPsCenturies of despotic misrule have borne their legitimate fruit and t IE there may bo a reign of terror to 1 4 urpeven that of the French 1I 3 C Revolution I v- ij t THE courtmartial acquitted I rz Cadet Merriwether of LouUinnu r it of the charge of killing Branch of New fork at the An 01 napolis U S Naval Academy but E i recommended Merri wethers dll1 i t + loissal from the Academy fur f Breaking the rules of the josh Jt Tfiiit would be an injus of ti fpr according to the evi t dence lIe riwelher was compel ct i Felfniefenca to pursue thiI hcKjuldv owing to the I u 2I1iLre anJt 1ti lct1 7IQRRESPONDINL t I eSpringfield h were ln Mt Sterling Saturday Fleming E 0 B Spratt ought H sow And J six pigs of John H Crow for 22 Miiies Ethel Fleming and Anna i Brokagbvi6ited at Kuob Lick t tIIi 1 Thuridy Berrytt 1 mountains onia hunting trip BIrs Katie Bnyd and son WH llaa Borland Miss Lutie Smath ITS Visited h Owlngsville fro Wednesday till Friday JTb little daughter of Mr and ktMrs Jhe Foley ded Sunday of r 4 diphtheria We extend our sym pathydo the bereaved parents f t1t tI HlllJbbroJ 8 RMoBobi sold to John Call vtwo epWB atE35per owL4 leyofMysvlUe1HvJlllf i J TTAfeRoborts Bold to M Ic BaBHders 8ve 1009lb BteerB at 3J 0 perlb Mra Gardiner visited rela iyesat Orawgebarg from Monday Yrlda f t 4 l eitl 1JtstJU r Madl80n In w4J oviii hsthterMriM A Dii1o Thursday k r JVsCrHurlfy was called toM re iJl t the darigeroaa 111 4JI new of his slater Mrs WB Parker v 3MiiiKaAtchIionwhobas been attendlngschoolatRlchnondspe nt 1h a lklii slater MrsS t l A Dod i Kewt HoiIenld poBBlonerdlod FrldaYoroldagead a8bnrhd eSaturdayat Phelps graveyard MI jg Miss Lellaii Waltda arid Alvin S 4t K X uaUwer8mardedMonday eve 4V Isg r at the rasiden fWiIrvnTiey left immediate 1L 3M ulsvlllelndClnolnnatITbeyt I itts thenr lieere good rwl te and wWi them auto time of 4 prosperity and happiness 4 v tJ Odessa F I t r it j J L Darnell completed a course Y r in Ji btlliaeecolleg at Lexington cf t F jlijr 1i v j8and returned home next r iJ k I A cJP ae on time Dec 1 4 4 ji aa i a crossed his fury each day 7with Hiteisaow on the aorn1 liefatLllt rz r t J S lttt r of1 bought tbeepot MlJ ji t tea edlt adftI dam also spotti f t ftLjllj last week paylpg 1Qor the two t7f 1 AnRGnJotllotdber- r 1ittl rarlBal1dboDlect oIdPItt t ti9 fey rjj properly J last week tuZIarI 1u i lsrfor8OO z t l JMiL1h closed out the last Id1oOyo J le fam last week K t r tj ndOddBrumagem 1 i k at Itrefp coB from flip t- or1 x k i12Jpethead j ri 4 tV Walter Aaderion and farailywho i C k it had hen living in Hoopeston III Z ij I Y5f rtH push two yee returned i 1 I laitoprseK to live witli the fbrei r a t eGeorge Andersorr and wjfe t i JJm Wlkerwho IrMusatly asf- J 1 f eipleiuaIIy Hakes inquiry or IrstofalRjiltiis if Barkley has i iF OB jfcekr When told that he has r 1wet htS ye 1 will stop awhile f 1 r tKi u LbtI hare I can j Lgetawsywitk saeiy c n 1 jf o 1 J r ii a r J IUppt f E B Stond und wife of near Carlisle iited RL Stone nod ile several days last week Alfred Carter went to Mt Ster ag Sunday to see hid oiotherMrs Mary Carter who is not expected live U Lyter accompanied him i r West EndMJ E PiersallMrs Howard Hash und Mrs Aquilla Duniel ure sickS3 L R Hensley has resigned his osition with Wm Boone inownsHogkilling is about over here Hogs were well failed Luc gene rilly M small being young hogs Salt Lick had a 20 ft rise Satur Saydnuiago toforn and fodder in theW low lands Richard Eroth and ihe Cornwall who went io Oregon twi months ago write they are well pleated It was reported that Dick SHI in the chimney corner and cried nil day Howard and Glenn Piercall returned Saturday romClark count where they had been rabbit hunt ing Paul Pier ull In getting ovei- fence accidentally discharged hu- un and his hnd was entirely toriwotr Tho wound IP painful doing well Grange City Born to Wes Royse and wife aIiboy Wes Royso bought a horse MS Havens fur 115fSimps Walton bought a horse ii I Fleuiingsburg for 125 6L Havens sold a yearling colt to Dr W E Phillips for f200 Mrs Ma Walton and children of near Flemingsburg are visiting R R Walton Faus Johnson sclda bunch of hogs to Turner Anderson of Bat 4IctBud Colliver bought of 1rln Hawkins of Hillsboro u pair of taufes for 210wMiss Emuiii Colliver vitc George Colliver and family at Popt iur Plains FridaytMrs L G Rigdon and son Thou visited Mre Jus Riddle and tam ly on White Oak- ForrestWllIeroy andjvife visitI m AndvrlKl and wlfe at Wy ming Thanksgiving T R Ratliff Co sold a bnnc of hogs to Herbert Grabnis ii Flemingsburg 4o Miu Lolla Willeroy returne last weekafter an extended vici It to relatives in VirginialMiss Bess visited LG Rigdon and family from Wednesday until Mondayl Miss Sallie Estill ing school at Riohmond Madiso Institutecame home for a visit toe her parents Wm Estill and wife Miss Minnie Walton left Tues i day for a visit to her brother in Grant county She will visit and relatives at Lexington an Wilmore Taylor Bradley and family of Wyoming moved to the house va oatcd by Wen Royse Wes movc to the farm he bought near sons Ford Stepstono W J Lawson and wife left Sat spondD a Mrs Ohs eRIIy spent Sunth wlEh her parents Joe F Wilson u dwIfeontLieLane farnr We are told that ire will have to extend congratulations soon to t other couple How about itWG Well we are having a touch good fashion ofolataaii wln just now and while it makeegood hogkilling still it is pincby Alex Karrick wife and child of Flat Creek spent from Saturday till with his fatherinlaw JE Colmiohaeland tam ily Wm Carmichael says he hoe becoming years moat bung up ni sitceacross e e theyLeat it N Yes VeiltEfldIiWtsuR Salt RTer bere were no niggers with us this time They almost all voted under the rooster the last time Mrs GW Blevins aged afeout 48 years and a sister of Mrs J R Dwiundllaaleday nightat her home near Eiring ton ngG W Eldridge who was aC die bedside of his brother Jim at ford liomedthe same which wag justVnliye with very little chance for him Richard Cairo tt Jr has rented 011the W T Turley farm for another year and says to that lady fde rid that sent him that out bachelors card from Wyoming he will guar antee that he will not stay in that dan long if she lisa good looking as the postal says she is and will only wake herself known E A Flynn the night yardmasi ler at Mt Sterling stole a man e It Inonear o r neighbors Sunday a week ago and took oIF bodily MlPS Lena Parktr the only daughter or Mrd MaryiParker and gr nddaug h PityrThey 4paredwhere they will he found by all friends We extend eongratula t ons c ff7T V FalrviaW John Boyd bought some hogs at 1cSeveral hogs were killed in this part last week a J W Hendrix bought n steer of RKincaid fur 30 s George Kirk and family visited Nick Rodgers last week li Marshall Emmons returned from Hoopcston Ill lust week viJerryarion Indiana lust weeklaWilliam Anderson bought of 1a8 Woodard two shouts for 8 Wm Jackson of Wyoming win this part on business last week Miss Carrie Hawkins visited ti varyday I Snot Lee Perkins nnd Jiloon b eek returned from IllinoislaiH c James Woodard of Sirabble Ridge bought some corn at 2 perI blfrclsFlat CrookoEtna Smoot spent Thanksgiving day with Mary Steele hDosserul days lust week with Wm Gar c ner IIam ife Lee Sietlc sold Edward moot 5 shoaU and Owens Myers two ut 4 J cents a pound Emery Cannon of near MtStsr ine spent Thursday night witbI Edward Smoot John Chandler and wife spent t rqm Thursday until Sunday with Mark Donaldson and wife Mm Raukins and son Creth o Mt Sterling rpent Sunday and Sunday night with Mrs SallioI Smoot Austin Royse and wife and Mr8I Tom Royec of Mt Sterling were gilests of Mrs Wm Garner VedI 1nelduy night Arnold Cannon and Jauies Car ton of Nicholas county stop ped over Thursday night on thel aytoSuitLick 1Mrs Mary Metcalfe and daughX ens Pickott Maud and Ora pent Thanksgiving day with friends In Mt Sterling Crooks J O Wood was at Abhland Sat urduy and Sunday David Gilbert of Midland City was hare Monday on business Itfire elot Jueldu Conner of OwingsV cIvilleis visiting Miss Siellu rliowa Wilson Hendrix shipped n car of cattle to Cincinnati Tuea dayPeed Lith ram rhippod a oad of cattle to Cincinnati Sutur dyn Sam Ralliff and wife of Salt Lick visited relatives here laot week Miss May Barnes came hoc p IpenddJim Pendleton and wife of Itnu bon county visited Clyde Pcrgratn and wife last Week LoulsuIpar ents D S Nixon and wife You are cordially invited to attend the box supper at the Peeled Oak Union Church given by the SlturdyulgbtDecember IYlJrP Arthur Barnes entertained the little folks Thursday from two oclock until four Refreshments were served Quite a good time was bad by nil present StoOD5in lea been feverdA One crop of possums JIB the product of this vicinity Bridges Bros lost by death a fine weanling colt valued at 200 Miss Sallie McDonald spent It week with relatives at MtSterIr perlIleCThe height of some peoples am billon doesnt reach above tb head Mrs E L Fassett and children have returned from a weeks stay at Bethel tlyberekilling time The only business that needs no advertising is that of being good that talks for itself Mrs L E Grljtgs of Ashland and Miss Mary Gillasple of Clark county visited here last week Too often will it bo the case wh Opp6riunity knocks nt our door will be knocking at the door of Eternity Some of pur farmers are orci fallen over the tobacco aesociations failure The only thing the farm ers can succeed at is contributing to the trusts profits GOT Jell Davis entry into Arkansas Senatorial race was marked with a pretty lively seth dfsplayedhisadvantage We predicted that Jeff would makfl hinI8WlrmlJe is politicianJ THOSJ JONES Livery FeedraTS Ui Stable OWINGSVOiLfri KY uwt1awith Presion Station rPNavlors Branch John T Lnthrnm sold a hog to Sup1burn Nov 27 toWoodeon Norrls nd wife a daughterIiiJosh Coyle of Woodford county yuvisitingCharlie Horseman and wife via hoederal days last week Ed Jones and wife of Stilt Lick the lattere parents George und wife several yste st week Mrs Annie Warner anti little daughter Mary Lee of Owingsville C and Miss Nannie Leo Pierutt of IMeaont Valley visited WW War cerek nt the residence of anti viyov 30 at 8 oclock Miss Mollie arber and Mr Thomas Hart The jummuaityto hear of the wedding although drometlau hlpr of Silas Barber nndwkfIt f 1IllIr9 Brunch helutiru11111d nccnmpluhcd yovvng lady and in loved by all who knoV er She is very popular in soibal Tho groom is the youngeit son uf J T Hart und wilt of thn and 0tul1 worthy of tho bride he has won They were attended byMi811c Mamie Barber sister of und Roll Munley They returned to the home of the brides parents where un elegant supper was serv ed and many of their friends were present We hope their lives tony be long happy und prosperous nnd hat flowers may bloom in thoirIpathway forever A fCralgsThe people hero are about done killing hogs Mrs Angeline Tincher is better her illne s Thomas Craig sold F F Varrt n calf fur 10 bi LI1ClaudirBuddie Jones bought a cult of for 8 l George Halton bought afnl hog of Jim Snedegur fur Ik George Hunt sold Addie Jones two steer calves for 30 Dr B F Wells bought two fut hogs of Dave Bushfiird at 5e Smith Thompson houpht a I hog of Tliott McGlothin fur 10 DJck Mullu und son sold Lite HaiL u pair uf work mules for if 325 f tThuma Craig sold his lipueo undj here to Arthur Rogers fur 125 Mrs Alien Toy nnd children we guests of Mrs Attn Warren Sow r day Dick Munloy und sun bought a pair of mules of William Hart for 275 Miss Annie Smoot of Sherburne is visiting tile family of lUc Ferguson Thomas Craig of Muysyillv v ited relatives here Tuesday and Wednesday Henry Craig of Suit Lick visit ed his grandparents Win Cruig rand wife Sunday Robert Warren wife and children spent Sunday with Lawn ICtnt Tlxuiiut near Olympia Henry Warren of Preston sold and delivered some corn to his fa thcr F F Warren ut 2 a barrel Jumes Toy sister Miss Ama land Mrs Eliza HarrS visited Williu Atchison and wire ut Suit Lick Saturday night and Sunday Salt Lick Net McCarthy sas return home from Mt Sterling X Bqrn to Milford Cox and wife nee Leona Maze Nov 30a BonJ Bro Durham preached thanks giving sermon at tho Christian Churoh Mrs Press Jackson and Ionof Burns spent Thanksgiving with re iatives in Ashland Mae daughter of ierrylcCur thougbtIgebeMisses EWe Kring and Maud Aifrey of Riverside pent Thanks giving with relatives here DAtthi8 writing we have not learned whether there will bo any church entertainments or not 8 Hobert Cassity of Yale who has been working in New York for the past three yeurs1came in lust week on a visit jfLost week a little child of Clint it1deathhouse and when found was burned to a crisp The box supper the1 ladies tended to gIYon was on account illJMreRrtndaLowroy epentThanks giving with her aunt Mrs Kit tie stUlery on Peeled Oak Mrs Ulery quite an old lady is active and spry for her years and served a fine dinner to her guests lire Combs who hail been hold theheDuring the meeting Bro Combs baptizedetaking others into the church IAUCTIONEER If you want the services ofn1 auc tioneer call on me Terms reason able GEORGE H GUDGELL Odessa Ky 1 z r I l iJ iti 4 Olympia V C H Graves went to Ewington ndayIiMrs H 0 Irwin was n MtSter of g Friday Herbert Cosligan was inOwings ir le Saturday W B Swnrts and wire returned me Tuesday John L Jackson went to Spencer Sunday to visit friends Amanda Swarms visited her sis re at Salt Lick ThursdaysMrs Carl Blevins of Salt Liukis Iy visiting her stater Mre Paris Mc artywMartin Spencer ofWcstVirginin ame here last week and took ten men basic to work mtLittlesited her aunt Mrs HortoiiofMt last weekIJim W Jackson moved from thm W Penix property to Jeff Jack eon property Thursday i Mrs Julia Cronan of Lexington ahoer returned homo SundaytMrs Ellen Darrell and Miss Jell nio McGlothin of MtSterlin wcre Quests of their father Charles Mc Gtythio Tuesday 0Died Kov 28Granville Staton t the home of his father Meuc 5tatonlof rheumatism nnd pneuJI onia He leaves a wile threo beverni sisters and brotlt ers and n host of friends to mourn their loss His death was u great surprise us ho was sickonly a CewI day Fairviow Born to Oscar Evans and wife 2 a girl G BCaywood sold a pair of work mules for 300 J W Hawkins new house near town is nearly completed T S Robertson and fumByflppnt Thanksgiving in Cincinnati Turkeys have dropped to lOolb here Eggs are 24c per dozen Tom Arnott bought the Lewis Hbrdin home near town for 2000 C M Ratliir IB at Murtinsrillc aid for treatment for rheumatism J W Clinkenheard and Walter Whuley were in Mt Sterling Satur lilt The gun club irethad shooting match Thursday and another Mon day- kUITulD Crouch sold one of his mures to Mr Royco of Kansas fur ji225 Dave Crouch hits bought David Myero farm un Little Flat Creek for if2300 spentcArrafinitli Winter set in for sure llaiink givins day when we hint the tIn snow of the season A R Robertfio n Is buildingIn nilditiiin to his tobacco wiirclionfe dnnd will pui in another screW JIIWCPIsat Longview Cemetery Sunday Wm Scott antI daughter of Leb iinon Ind ore visiting friends and relatives in this and Sherbur niighborhuods Robert Irvin who had been sick his hume near SI oo re Hold T sometime has been visiting Its sister Mrs J S Vice Okia Hog killing is the order of the day There was an abundance of ra last week Mrs JM Hedtick isjmprovtog very slowly from her illness ledThere was a sraden change in the weuther Saturday night with know arid very cold Sunday night ndtThanksgiving Sunday afternoon She was ac companied by Albert Quisenberry near Ewington Tilmon Riddle moved into the house which he purchased of Ed Anderson on the farm of the widow Goodpnster deceased He is repairing the firm building n new barn and talking of building a new house in the near future J off Stephens moved into the house va xIcatedGrace the fivoyearold daugh terof Tho3 Donton met with a painful accident one day last week Her father was sprinkling carbolic acid on the floor of the room where the childs grandndthrjis ill with itvpboid fever and ahran bef Ire him and a part of the contents of hiFoaramay be destroyed yJ Mrs Janice Grain gave n birth dny dinner Friday Dec 1 in honor whoInwas fifty eight und Mrs Eliza Cram mother of James and Taylor Grain who was eighty years of age It is quite an unusual coin oiclence that a mothers und two soils birthdays occur on tho same day of the month Several of the nearest relatives and friends were present and spent a pleasant day Many the trio live to enjoy many more birthdays TuBIUGUT SIDERound er says that sleeping out of doors is healthfulRounder is an optimist What has that to do with it His wife him out if he isnt home byteniHouston Post A REMINDER Why have you gat that string tied about your fin ger Henpeck That is to remind me that Mrs Henpeck is visiting her mother and that Tarn going to make a night ofItHoulton Post ibi3Jf f J iSotmis WosncuruL PnrcKEFS It Ecum to us that nub of the opt remarkable timid gratifyingex ibtis in Mr Wilsons list is that the South with its en ton crop valued ut 575000000 We worn whit elderly gentleman who twentyfive years ago were rnving the bloody shirt think of this re cord Is it not helter for the South ie it nut better fur us is it not better fir thu world that these sister States of ours should be mis ing littlE u billion doll irs worth of otton annually than that they be bound Ion thousand in the chains of partisan late The growth of the South in ealth 111111In earning power is wonderful The people of the Southern States laud nothing nt tho close of the war they were absolutely impoverished But that nut floughThtywele punished n the pot tb lIum days more cruel Iyund for a longer time than al must any vanquiHlied people in history The ill advised laws which n part from the must unworthy motives of vengeful resentment nd in part Ion political advantage he Republicans of the North put upon the statute books during the reconstruction period raised and- okept aflame the negro question For more than twenty years after the war was over the Southern pee pie wero engaged in u struggle to nvert the perils of negro domina Once freed from the peril that beset U and from continual politi cal hectoring tjio South went to work with ustonishing industry and success It has in very large port worked out its own commercial in dustrial and tinancial salvation It has not been built up by Northern money as thu West was built up by Eastern money And now it bus come to n state where its chitf crop tunings it in 575000000 in one year lint that itt Only the beginning of the story The new mama trial activity ot the South is a pIle nomenon wore notable even titan the increase in its cotton cropI There are factories every whereund their number is yearly increasing The cotton and the tobacco of the South are nianufucturcdaa it were in the fields wherethe plants grow The furnaces aroinlhc very hurt of the mining districts that supply their urea Resources ore nluioHt houndlerB nothing is wasted in the transportation of raw material la bor is cheap climate favors and the spirit of the people is eager to ruue the South to tile indumiul plane where the North stands It is down there in the years to come that miracles of development antI proiluctiori will be wrought New Yiirt Times LOUISVILLE NEWS Rnbl its are reported source inSouth Louisville Our streets are taking on a livelyS Iire1u rat CC plOhllloly Christmas U only 23 days away Due Baker will tie our postmaster fur hoar cuts more Were furs i ou Deft The roof garden on the S ebneb Intel has shut down for the wintcr The cixieenth largest pumpkin nurej cloth lacked half a pound of wei hingns much a9 the Just liirg8l oar Frank Wilson will show ut the Opera IIOUFC ujiuin tonight Lots of beet people in town were out lus night to see him lieAnn EVil Kay tiilil Mary Jones last Saturday night that she would ha married before tha year U out Ah theme Marv rlIortetruding is n little dullLum Simon unit Max EJrlranth have bet n dickering a littl but nothing has come of Ityer- Thanksgiving promises to ho n glad occasion for everybody except the turkey inThe trade in Long Life Bitters has fell oF a little sluice the govern went said it contained only 40 per cent of alcohol Most everybody in these parts thought it was the real stuff nnd hnvezone back to patronizing the blind tigers Messrs Lon und Sun Jones lire building a ten story addition to their lot on Jdfu sun street llallie Nockols was seen nt daneS ing school lust night with Skujjgs Lookout Ben Brown JD McVnugh has painted his barn nt Fifth and Hill streets and says it is pretty as a speckled pup under a red wagon Now is the time to subscribe Tax collecting will begin in about two weeks Several live coons were seen on Gray eon street last week- SJoe Stalleui promised to pay lii Bubsciiption when he got on the town conetables force JOehassent yetitime ir almost at hand Bill Huldemitn has gut out his cards fur the U S Senate Here a luck Bill Put Shark y has painted his neu Emponiumutt Sixth and blight red PatalwnysMvas upltll snuff Election returns from theTwelfth word are a little slow in cowing in Aunt Sally Slocum from Fern Crick dropped in last week Aunt Sally predicts a long and hart winter R E Peater and Feverul of his friends who dropped over from St Louis for the election have returned home Some of our young folks attend eda dance ut Phoenix Hill lasl night and made merry until the wee smu hours rho Suit River steamboat has postponed its regular trip being tied up by proceedings in courtnnd at this writingwe ore unable to say who the passengers will be Falls City Bugle Louisville Post = =Get The Outlooks prict oh Job Work of every kind and see samples and you will see we can do better work at lower prices than you can get elsewhere i 1 i Ud P1 rr dJ + 4 tJtriB = r T tflii fJ f 0 j 1i P0 1dVnginia Sereeiied Ltimpi Itand Pluto Cannel C OkkVRITE ROSE RUN IRON cq OLYMPIA J KY HCOWALLOW ITEusRIlZ Barlow is gettlng to be eo shim It is a waste f eyesight to look at him Tbo postmaster has aidaway his rntirups until next spring He is thinking of using them for orion traps thU winter The ddor at the poptofflce hat nut been put up and several customers have took cold It is probable that the Government will be sued Beau is good in tItle community Severn people however are not feelintt well The hair on the norlh side of Tpbe iMoseeys haw s are turned the wrong way this your This Is Saul to be a certain indication of iSa1ipassedniuti spoke to cucjf other oflIpellklng foul but is able to bo up utterhl81 free application of BatSuithe juiceR i Barlow will leave next Wed nedHy fur ii trip down the Gimlet cnek lane 10 look fur his limit that bluwcd lilT u few dlll gn The deputy collectable accunipanied latin Snow is predicted Inn few days Tul piovide fur this Frieby Hancock had tlel1l1l1CIr his geeses feff Up until they can been tuti acclimated to JYsmmule lust Sunday mitt befcro hi put on a dlnhirtlf line not mind it much howcver i4the i bscoming nccnstouird to the b T J knocks of the world Through this uliunnHC the pnt muster bus been inforniel iltst hristnuip will t 11s vr full mi ibt last of DrceinbQr lie lass nsiel IIJIII notice on the stove In the of feet thut Chii linn must be recoji niziil in Hogwullow IhNypiir iIIlUkrlUle his mule i 1 antler a II in immon tree Thurilnj iveniiij tutu while giithiriig frail the uniinnl wiiked out frIHullulr him He spilled u large biivkit ni perain man but thertvii o epcipeil bndilv injury ILlst Ueilnesdiiy little Fldiiv became interested in the pursuit uf a fruwg und fnliiureil it In ii the large muilhole in frnnt nt Sums house Fidity was soon rca uuuil but the fruwg made good its escape Poke Eazley linn bpen listurhed several times this uetk by sow l midnight prowlers lie hits an idea thut a drove or hajJ have took up steeping quarters under the house Buddy Hicks n trifling young man of Bounding Bill wn has been given the Job of leadiing the Wild Octon school He is in to Fletcher Uenetcp and FletthEot him in byti little political jylre pulling Buddy dont know any more about running a school than a huwg does about INIiinjr but we wib him much success in his new ventu reSPeople who live in sfone hntipes should not throw glaeaeshiog wallow ICentuckian 0 O RAILWAY Trains 22 nnd 23 carry Dining service Meals ulncarttv TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT 27 1903 TIUE o TRAlNS ATLRtSTONSmTIoS Eastbound- No 26 954 a m No 22 1249 P m No 24 1005 p m Westbound- No 21 648 a m No 23 143 pm- r No 25 344 p m Nos 26 and 23 daily ex cept Sunday all others daily agazines Review of Reviews 300 Cosmopolitan ioo Womans Home Companion ioo Total 500 I will get you all three a year for 250 Success nagazine may be added for 75 cents I can get you any maga zine published a little cheaper than any sone else Mail orders promptly fill ed ifaccompaniedbycashLutEs Owingsville Ky BOTU TELEPHONES 0 I 1L OIIllliDENTIST Over Outlook Office and dwliiR vlllo UankliiK Companys Building JOWINGSVILLE KYJI = = zcHFHil8nmeye Sons BLUIC GRASS Nurseri e8lLEXINGTON Ky Offer for full of 1905 ufull stock ofs friilt mid nrnninenial trees iifapa vines asparagus smnll fruits rhubarb fshrubs etc Vfc employ no agents but sell direct to tile plant er Untiilogue on npplicniitin JOB PKINTIKO Kemeafber that TilE OUTLOOK is prepared to print letterhead noicheuds billtteadFii sturtltlOlltil PitVehlPlPttenruh labela4 receipts ill 1t liCH iinri lilt Flit nf hijjiiue 8intimii ry inthe beti jiork in tuvtrfiH style ut the nosj rctiFoiiabla prices Compare our workwith tl tturnertout by anyj jnh iifllce nd yon will find it tiVi yil1rL1aistnitr tj have us do your work JIIJ print posters dodgeri IU In ami everything usually nrned out bIt cminry job ollicf- Ue liave iii linnil fear sale mnatnyir iiniittv blank deftln mortgiigeJ f il 1IItI I1I111rlMIfI n F 60 GivenAw Christmas Subscribers for Sub crib rs to the Courier Journal The W ifcly erlr 1lnli lltnry Vit MMHI 8 puerwnuims Iii loire hf prntitH of t liiu llfIIptII jenr with its ibLTiti r It pro pllllllI tive tuwsy InellhClon finS prestnti pinning Iruu 100 to 20 uiuitiiitiiij toliUUinjjll liiero will be flOur izetiralS100 f50 30niijyl lIutliXleti utinSennepfee Texas Al Usuiiri Virgin fu lind Alabama The plan is fairs ami simple Write to than Courier r Snurnal Co Loufssillc Ky for a Jourllrlnle Commissioners Sale The Jeffrey Mfg Company V8 Uilliiitq Alexander Uy virtue of a judgment nod air der of Pale rendered In the Bulb Circuit Court itt the October term urns in the abovcPtyled cueef the undersigned Commissioner willon SATURDAY DEC 16 1905 about oclock p m proceed tarot fer for salo to the liijjlicet bidder at public unction near Suit Lick Ky the following described property It tnwit Ono combined incline and horizontal conveyor for linndling staves und ship timber U60 No 531 t cable chum x5 1 head shaft 2 15 16xTU 22 1516 pillow blocks 2 2 15 lGlvoolUri2 6TNn2 r 531 Adjus able flungfd ti plate centprT i iVlii K O in4 L One Spur sear 47 i6x 11 x49 x 2 15 1C K 0 2 I foot Shaft 2716 xGOyS 2616 tlehD tukeitp2276cuthhurs s 220 No p31 broad flat facev Ethers bore 271B S S with drum h 30 Counter Shaft 27lGx 8 0 0227lG tlll llickp2 27lG cnlliirf 1 Spur pininnOibo x 11 X f 4x27l6KO2 36x8x2716 T L Pulleys U F7KeyslKnucklu- Shiaft 1Il10x6 2 11616 tSolid boxes 2 11516 collur 2 21 No 531 lint face tdlersbnre l15 1C S S 3 iytr Shafts 11516 s 61 01515 Soljd boxes G 11516 collars 620 No 531 hrond Hue face Idlers U 11516 S S or cnouuh thereof to produce the sum of 302 00 being the nmotintdf plaintiirs debt Intel est unil cost Terms Sale uiI be made on a credit of three months The puf rlmser will b required to eXQCiitu bond with approved eecriy1or the purchuee price naytble fh lUnletFigned bcuring 65 intereVt from date of t ale until pnjd said bond to have the forofr end ciltct of judgment A lieu will be re tiiined on sale property to PecUre the pujnietil of tlupurcliasc iiinley j 11 S GOODPASTEIi Iaster Gamutli Q 0 Rile k liogg Attys All The News Si Per Year I