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tho authorized r f tt agent of Tnt OUTLOOK to collect 9t DrG Vt Canner makes teeth t jr v from the cheapest to thn best 10o- Jo t Overcoats Overcoats 3to15ytr Bkotiiittt t BBOTUER i See our dress goods sale They t VJiv feo cheap GOOD ASTER Co 4 rVv Gutglss sUverxyare and optical t goods at J A Powers Jewelry 4 V ii Eltore i Genuine Ball Brand rubber 4 overshoes and boots at Brother k 4 ti fvFBrothers t Jndlcs of the Psbytorhn f Church wilt have a cake sale aatur I C C day3ec23 f Lane Is gent fnr Wieder was bottleirb er and Budweiser- c ttI4and keg t j When you cnme to town to buy e ynIr overcoats look at Brother ok q JSrctJers3 tu f 15 r Buy a nice watch hud chain for 1 your FfnClr cnugherut J A i Iower8 jtwtlry toreoll All who have ptopertyto toll at public auction l1l1n M D Furls c HeIlbI i g jSreryriitui in fancy derorated fllInp ucjin std siilicer to at Byroirs hirdwjjrei tm 0 bftflctgt rn IlS A O U ywlIl Imvtf hR femi annual t4eO C 01 nWtets Sturdny nIIiti tip F HM 23 s SL t i G WCIIntr the dentist i 1 pOili1nthnd rmid all npirvcLs aIIetl tEr the p1nleii es F t tm9f lIh 7 ylwlrcitn FT JoneK form t af f jrfHuf town spotted MWII 7oO lb T 10 ttfr LIporal for return utLftthnnn t Ui1fd IlIdllu dibplay at By 2 I 7 l tiardware tflrea line of- I f3I tHtI4JIL1ut 9 5t1it every one flt 11 tOlles tlfltn ftife ready this weekto show 5flHth inost elabnrntR line of bell 7 sv fCCl11 everbrnuglit tlI Iings i h J L Ic A r uJ1 lth Lodge Nfl 55F AJM f Uli ctld lie anuitI ellc ion ofh ii i ct1I t nJl St Johti Day Dec 2 0 j lR fmII a tiflchttterwards d s r r Aix KSAL OnHi1ldEog Ie 4iereiwIth 7 room brick house e burns etc Address ts f L1j MCELI4SCRUGG8 y iipburgKy1R IDNo 1sRgfrctComJearlyand ike your I at b Uytl jes and iilverware and have V yprfgravIg done before the 4 Meont to lpry 1E L a A T BtRoy r JT rici i SMAO The pipe line I i lb meeting withobstliclee e 4 I lie pipes froni the Meet JwjJHirielsi tu Mt Sterling land QJ ri ar the lattef plnce refus t fsribt ol way except on the I r pjetofl2esvysus tf itt i want Fotaething for the r t iike Xlae o to4 t hnotfaUtoFeII i 1fffl YOlc 7i tb foliowing fine guns w tcb foband chain y empking set hat and f I Illink wells collar anti I I P JlJ1l8lonReOFFICE ctt1 iiml CoUrt lias had the ljli1t ii li a the grandJury t Niit i I uialp part of the D1belerfloorprt ll Wce for the Bath c sa4- kkL GWI jsrtoner to Ii s Hr Coirt re itI4GG3dpaeter- r4 t iI 1M 1ttee ci the if flh q 1tPil 1 i Niie WoaDorTsrll t T i L isz i regain 1yOLp LuC I daP iiKir ONM as 1 d JIt rde Jodo I t SELL CHEAPERIt c JI 11II KOT8BKto- IJt tiL L JJItld to trade with 7OUWRRL B hinttntY i 4MI4CALLandM J 1 tUT iiBUMOHET ON ETy P ii iRU DoSf fAllb o i i 1 L i otj JK BttJE FRONT IpThe t iifI illegac to see 7 IFJg v buy or notoj7 h friendf ft itIfJJiiEIG1LLoN I 11 i 4ri t7 t F 3ryrI r Ic it l I Cii JI if 4 r ti rn qt + If C ijJ r iot v- r rc 1t r i f Q Y l0 Pt if rt t IoFt itjn 1 l Ae J PERSONAL 4 P P Qudgell was InLexingtoi k W O Mclntire was very sic k last week VA Young of Moreltoad was hero on business Friday v t1I8sBortie Barney of Howard friends hero Monday 11rs J B Goodpasteraml MrsW dgoll yore iu Cincinnati last week v Miss Maitie Ewing has returned from u vlnlt to relatives In Bourbon county JDavid Branch of Tllton carrre Thursday to visit his sister Mrs B W Hefllu Mills Mary Oudgoll roturnedTho18 ft from a visit to her sister Mis If LouTso at Louisville MrsR B Brother returnodFrldajA from n visit to her sister Mrs r Carper at Lexington s Iloyso Allon and wife of Millers burg camojast week to visit MrsjJ B Hughes and family MrsJ J NcsbUt returncdTueSday rout a visit to her daughter Mrs W P Strader iu Lexington Ml8 I izuboth Gaitskiil of Win cbestrir is visiting her sister Mrs Jedso Haiiiptou near Preston Mrs C W Goodpaster was her parents Joseph McAllster vlfe at Mt Sterliuir lust week t Mrs E B Suunders after a vIsHk to her daughter Mrs A N Crooks returned homo to Shurpsburg Mouy day v IMrswho was recently paralyzed In her lower limbs was a little better AIou cloyaClay Miller W F WHey Clarence Thomas and Earl SenffTlll of Mt Sterling wero here Fridoyon bud ness T J Jones and son MIt wltihelr rakcdellccChurch rX JdriirtS U Wood wire and utile Misses fary Lyle and Laurie Bruce Duty of Mt Sterling were rUNts of John W Honuker and wife Sundayt John Edgar Mann remov week front thieBlgstal iieIgTr44rhood on Flat Creek to the recently pUrclinsel of hUhrothtrpus at the foot of town l 4 Ash l Rev L C Kelly editor of the of Kentucky ISSUP Ioulvniexvas here Mondny and Tuesday to assist in organizing for the nlifarceineiit of the Prohibition law Dr J IL Taulliee nnd wlfo pont anti Sunday witli thlir rothitr Iiirliiw Frank O LaiiHbliu Wiiilo there MrLaUKhllirs rtisiilrtiie caught fire und was badly tlamogeQU J N Younu was In Mtx Sterling Thurriday and Friday prepurlni to move thrte ufttr Jan to llv a V S Corinerlyrvsrs hardwar itor nail will i1tnHntn saluon lhCllllllll Mr Vmiiis and his eHtlmable famUyJi tnwillJnlin T and Oliver Bwdly ofMrt on City 111 arHylnUlnjrrflrttlws In tlit county Ty are sous utWilliam Hradliv anti Jrjiiidions uf ElUlin Bradley Tlflr father wont WeAt from neiirWyotiiliij Iul857wlnnj ilm wa only six year old ixiul this i ye he first vIsit be ling made back to the scenes of his Infancy Mrs Mary puIsvas a ShlroplIIre U 61teroH1hnrley Teals toothier to Rain coats guaranteed watery proof for rate bv BriitherckBrother Firft classBiblfB undTestaments tiitnble for Christinas presents at M Bnthcrs The Owingoylllo ICof Pswll ave the seroianniial election of I to lilcers Friday night 4 Thel teacher pay did nqt com last weekbut sax s It will be here next SuturdayDeclBJj W W Hall r of Midland CLcloold last week to T 1 Davis Winchester 2 threeyearold horses for 8385 ocheWilson in r meeting at Rose Hill 0 phdNOTICE TO TAxiArEuIThIe laws taxestareadvertised Taxpayers will tako warning hSETH hiandistered to our son in his last illness and death we tender Our beRrtfelt- tbanks and shall ever bear them inbwarm retnemhiance SC SAKDCBBOK AMD FAMILY Xmas present for your mother d sister sweetheart at Byrons Here arc a few suggestions dinner Bets fanoy plates tea6et9tankardsD fancy vases cha6ngdllhersfl carving sets fancy lamps silver spoons knives arid torksep comb setc brooches lorgnette everything s FORMEBLY OE MONTGOMERY Comm TYMrB SaBle Barry while suffer- Ing from mental derangement op g her way from Spokane V8IIbilga Ington took poseeBoion ofn rOth road carand by threats of using or her pistol kept possession oftbci car for some aaysonli rwitch at Girard Kansas She is the di vorced wife of Grocer J F Barry of Lexiogton bo1a married t again and a daughter of N G Bailey who used to live near How ardc Mill in Moujgomery count rtnow of neur Tulsa I Ti Mrs h Barry was finally overcome by fumfs of ammonia andtaken tou hpipital by u relative r n C T 1 n NOTICE iluving sold out our business and preparing to hear here we wish all that are to us to please call nnd settle promptly ill W W PEltKt Co DECLARED OF UNSOUND MIND George roy of near Sharpsburg aged about 57 years mui of tho elder Joseph Toy deceased was tried byR Jury nod declared of unsound mind Monday He has a wife ana several children City Marshal Wm F Mark took hiic to the Lexington Asylum Tuos day TOBACCO SAIEslt is reported that Thos G Dougherty of Slier burne is buying it good delllIIf tobacco in the northern part of tho county at from 7 to 9c Robertson is Store of Bethel are re ported to be buying some crops at about 7c No Sales in the territory around this town have been reported tar 7 TALKING Ir A NEW LionTJ Some of our citizens with ideas ifretrenchment reform and economy running in their minds owing to iiJdiscusin1hefrom the Menifce county fields to use as a cheaper tubetitute for lightingtcompany will be communicated with and if the project is prnctir iiaCOURT 1tyA bright sun und o clinracterizetltheMonday There was J fairsized Itteadilythe business houses Tho merchants coiilu have dotie much more businrss fnlrlywellll1t1sflCtdo cuttle offered and the trade WUII lit he prevailing low prices There wits uudIIIrsAmong the sill s reported were Earl Jones sold John Housu nine 7lb VmWi shouts ot 4ehFltimin cmmty two horses for 2lt I David Bishford n pair of coining twoyeiir old mules fur 6stoTms McClintock Son of Mill forf3UJohn L VCR lintiylit Ihrne mart mules cif PrIer of Ilivin count ul 127 IllJir lnn41lmui forIWirj M Richart a for h2 5 JM Itluhartsold toSaiindersBroK mare fur fl25 CldlCnylJ n Day bought a horse of James c hJonre fur 4ISL lnpd Lnthrani Mill twelve short yearlh K GOUll Rtecrs tll SaundfM Drug I1t115 per cwt toCiviieh ten Georgellrnmbltt fl2JerhelldtrUIIHstcrs itHi iiitlr headaANTE PtNYb1ttlt1er words cd 1111or Jlvedll TleCltyCctuneZl a fltCCLftIUflejItjr night of lust week and definitelydetermineil put into effect fjir thu ensuing ear tIle licenB yetem to make up f the loss of city htyenue Caused by 1 the Prohibition Uw The only changes made intie original eched ule of license feet us recently ptib lialied in THE OiiriooK VII the lowering of tIm drua stores froaiJiO 15 arid the rfljinihg of printing oHlceo row 10 to 15nThe full text of the ordinance it except that the schedule is in a brIdged forth is as follows The City Council of thq city of wingevhhle Ky do ordain as fol ws That on and lifter the l t Way of January 1906 it ehall be iialawful for any person firm or corporation to engage in any trude ceupatiotl or profession in the city Owingsvillc Ky without first obtaining license to do BP Any erson hiram or corporation violat g this ordinance shall be fined ten for each day eiid ordinance hall bo violated The lIeons fees tlPPER TEAR Auctioneers 5 butcher Khops6 arbr shops 6 banks or bankers 50 dry goods stores 20 drug of stores 15 grocery stores 15 mil nery stores 7 50 harnepBsaddles it etc stores 20 furniture and rn dertaker 20 lawyers 6physician8 6 dontistn 6 livery stables 10 t- 1hriekamith shops 6 telephone ex changes 825 telephone pay stations 10 electric light plant 25 coal alers 5 tinners CJoweIry stores 6 printing offices 15lIotols0 g boarding houses thking transient oarders 3 restaurants 3 Ceed our and grIn warehouses 10 to acco warehouses where tobacco is rized 10 gents furnishing goods 10 marble shop and tombstone s builders 5 fire insurance agent or solicitor ns follows agent repre enting one crimpitny 5 agent rep resonlinec two companies 750 agent representing three or more IOlife insurance agent or solicitor s follows agent representing one company 5agent representing two more companies 750 laundry gents 3 buggIes barnesswagons or vehicles when not sold in con Junctlonwitb any other business lGe to any other business occupa ion or profession not stated above 15 Said license fees shall be pnid to giveIsbu8ines0trade or profession to be cooducledyand the amount collect ed l 44h t J e COUIITLAND TOOK ICE W ATE C hngsdat Luii glil in Bros slaughter house on the banks of Stoner awaiting to be slaughtered The heiivj rain Tuesday night caused Mr Leer Some uneasiness nboUt his hogs and ho drove out Wednesday morning lo look after them Ho found the nosoof his rOll r hu nltredlJIIIJ nd er Just showing above the high water the others having managed IIto get out Just as the cold wave reached this section the brave and gallant Courtland could have been seen bedding his clothes to go to the rescue of hits drowning pork hefwaters and after a hard fight with the swift current he succeeded in landlngI V SOLIJ GitocEKr BTOKE The firm of W W Perry k Co sold their grocery store 10 Eugene Brother last week and began invoicing at Q1nkPerrythefrom lucy fever and for about half incispuetintedfound by n residence of a few years in Arkansas that ho escaped that trouble mensurabiy und is thinking of moving there with hisl mother MM Alice Perry to and ctigngo in biutins1is reldeI Everett C Perry dentist that Stutuund his two unclesThom as Y and Gus B Cooper dentist in Little Rock The fumiii large landed interests in that State The removal of these good people would be a distinct loss to the towns citizenship anti the people here wili see them go very re gretfuhlyOnrrtLtRYIcJ at his home nightDecGillness of 18 munhs James Son dernon son of Satin C Sanderson aged about 18 years lie leaves iiiiturn their loss a father niothier- hree sisters and live brothers Th y ave the hciirl felt sytnpnthv of the entire community Jimmie us xye always culled him vas a good boy nti tvuus loved by his schiiiilmates nnd all who knew him About 18 month ugit he CUlllrlCtc u deep cold which terminated ia that hiionsulFerings as few Ciiuld have clout never even complained He j lined the Christian church in Aiuu t liteihiri year and was u true Ciri tiun mthertislcrshiuiGotlin hits wisdom ntedd in his work stud culled him 1mmcannot come to earth any more you cull grt in him and bo one reunited family tn that beautiful homV f1Cllv hTle romulus were hoist fi rcct in Longview Cemetery Friday t 1 oclock prn nnd were follow by a large concniirsa of friends and relatives Soryitvs by Rev Win of Irvint A Km END RESILIJT1bIrU1Jfl1 TT theG iiocalng at Owingsville MontlayvDecil to 905 Whereas under the law licensing open barrouia for the sale of intox eating liquors a slate of lawless ness drunkonneiis debauchery and corruption hiss existed thrniighoul Bath county which has Invsded- anyof our homes carrying with VrelchecJne sllndcrllne hindsaloon have also invaded sonic uf ur country churches Interferinghi with thoe who nll ship God and whereas we have it within the power of our citizenship under the Local Option law which unanimously curried in Bath 01theeating liquors in the countyhBo It Resolved thcufllisnlonn people of Bnthcoun ty in mass meeting assembled rep reeenting the lawabiding citizens the county declare that a we can and will make a clean sweep f the liquor traffic in our county and will stand for tha enforcement the Local Option lawasprovided In our general 8tatutei which makes III to 6clllon or barter splr ltuouNs vinous or malt liquors Reooved that we pledge our ia uenc and money in prosecuting to tho hitter end all offenders against the law Resolved that all of the untisa loon people of Bath county be reo ardeci as members ot an anti ea oon league which stands fur thec enforcement of the lowand as such er elcbono will tRite an individual art that said league be represen led by an executive committee con isting of three or moro persons from each voting precinct and to nclude the preachers the county which will constitute the working forces of the league Be it Further Resolved that the 4 good citizens throughout thecounty wake a special appeal to our representative lion Will A Young jo support tho County Unit Local Op don bill in the nex General Assets ily and to the county officers that f they make every exertion within their power to enforce the lawaRespectfully aubniLttedaL C KELLY ROUT M CAMPBELL E GUAztLnloor The Outlook aiiUdiiiy Louisville Post yeasI for 385 i tc t s f BojsOvERcoATs Ladieslong Coats tGravenettes Best materials lowest prices Will you give us a look Then you are sure to buy from us UNDERWEAK OF ALL KINDS RED LBON SHOESntgn ana Iegmar lop custommade solid as iron BARQ INSWe are closing put boots in large sizes Also have some bargains in Hats SLESSER Edwl1rdII otnu plnce about four milcsjrom siwui on the O Ml S for 500 Mrs Metcalfe stud fam ily will move to town luilet alfe in the mother of Miss Piikett Metcalft the School Superintend fnliliCt Theytore good people ud are welcomed to the town JAMES MCDONALDS DEATH A Ko d of Salt Lick writes us thxt Jiiin 3 A McDonald his unqfkidney trouble at his home in Lind say Indian rltoryrNov30ia05 Mr AcDon ld and his wife sold out their property at MooresFerr this county in the winter or spring iDOL and xvent West finally settling at Po t Luvaca on the ulf coastOf T ixnfcllhejjssi irtir auouiler they rewovt Cfndsay He was a rohustmus ciilar man aboutGO yours ofuge nnl when heleft this county was apparently in good health His jyife who was a daughter of Squire Ihiip Flood deceased of near Polksville has for txventyDve or thirty years been one of the frail ORt uiost delicate women we ever knew In fact it was a wonder to er friends and acquaintances how she could he so feebio and survive ven a few months yet sho lists ed many many years in that condition and outlasted tier stal wart husband Deceased was tho only son of George McDonald and wits reared nd lived nearly all of his life on home farm at MooresFerry He as a good natured obliging man hospitable in hha home industrious and thrifty His devoti n to and clue for his invalid wifo testified his kindhearted goodness and loy lly They had no children Of his fathers family there is we believe only one daughter sur viving The widow hUll our sincere sympathy in her od loss- LOUISVILLETOIIACCO MABKET Saturday Evening DeenPricellf- or leaf tobacco have been very sat isfactory this week and the market has shown Considerable activity While the lust handling sea son did not bring in as much new tobacco as hind been expected for the reason that it was al most immediately succeeded by a old spell still offerings were ruth large Tho sales of new Burley this week for example were 1546 hogsheads aa compared with 81 tho previous week and the sales of new dark amounted to 58 hogsheads against 108 Since the season opened tho total sales of new Burley have amounted to 4997 hogsheads as compared with 85 last year and the sales of new dark to 733 hogshead as compared with 100 it will be recalled that Inst year or the sea son before for that mutter the weather was not at all suitable or handling tobacco hence the smaller offerings The outlook- DppeDrllto be rather favorable for good business on the brculs un- tIl sales lIe suspended for the holidays thought of course the ush of the new crop illnot ome until after the first oftbo car when for n time offerings may be expected to aggregate be1 twceii 4000 and 5000 hogsheads 5 WinterWeight Main St Owingsville Kentucky per week offereilmuchhuusobucllliotecteci time condition was fair only u small proportion of the otferfti s howin color howaver lhe hight grades requestaudfirm typesmuunchanged prices lhrCJte more colory grades in tho trlrl lAS of old Burley this week und they sold readily Competition on all styles was good and prices obtained were rather satisfactory TIme new dark offered was balmily unfired anti bought by reliandlers Common and mollum leaf brought firm prices ex tra lengths were Irregular and trash and lugs were firm at the higher level of prices established in the prsvlous week Old dark offerings consisted eraFired 1iJJtkrtIAuction sales of leaf tobacco this week amounted to 2185 hogsheads and private sales toG7iJ hogsheads tanking n total of 2804 Of tho tOtll1 llurleylMGbdark amounted to 027 hogsheads 158 of which were new dark For thin corresponding week last year total talus amounted to 1170 hogsheads and for 1003 to 1070 rIta salesRlnco to1312GOhogshends Rejeeticuis181 Burlpy and 07 dark The per crtiitnge of rejections to auction suites wash Receipts this week amount ed to 1618 hogsheads and fron Jan hogsheadsyoarCourierJo To BEAT TIlE 1RusTSnmoto tincco planters are looking with Favor on the movement started in Bracken county to pledge tbeineel ves not to raise tobacco in 1906 Every newspaper published in the White Burley district last week contained an article on the subject and if these publications express the sentiment of tin tobacco plant ers in the White Burley District the crop next year will be quite small It has been suggested that Inasmuch as the Burley Tobacco Growers Association of Kentucky and Ohio was a failure tIme tobacco planters meet at their re spcctivo court houses and draft resolutions pledging themselves to refuse lo raise or plant tobacco in 1906 and use their best endeavors to prevent the same front being raled in the White Burley District Tobacco statisticans claim there is a surplus and over production of Burley tobacco that is enough to run the factories for several years and on account of this pverproduc Lion they claim that the toRncCo raised next year will be a drugon the market ansiwilt consequently sell at n low price Tobacco plant ers who have made n study of con ditions contradict fhrre assertions It is a fact they say that nearly all of the tobacco offsrctlon the leavingbutin a recent report wade to the Government by their representa tires who were sent over theWhitc Burley district to study tlie condi lions it was given by them as their opinion that the ohlj way tho price of tobacco could be increased was by the plan tors ciuuuhiningfnr tbS l I I f l 5r adt 51 BIAS GIRTH Blank Cant Slip Wont Corn Oil SS tAY B lflJH j f i tnn11kctlflieni toW thU sspest 0 Jhelic6f tbophmn direct from 6A l n in l thus to sell them cluippr tllnh avof sdldbereRveryoiin knovs that the EA Biasgirth Horsfc 011BlanUot IS the best blanket Conic and see me and save inculseyty nuyIhg lug thin test Sin1dIe rii es Buggy 9i horse flInnkot etc 1 Special attention to rnail orders i fJJEUGENE MiKlHAN s u wingsv lie Ky i 1 J E 1 RACKET STOREi 7 Come and see out like assortment oi i CHRISTMAS GOODSiJrC 1 I We have the right thing for every person the right pries for every puvs Bring your boys and girls to see our1 Tosl They can then select what Santa Glalis 1 is to briiid tlicin fj i 7 Story booki 25105 lc Linen A B C books Sc Clothbound books Ific Toy piano 402e Horns O I0 Sc Accordeons 2i25Toy Banjoes 500 Roller chimes 25IOc Toy watches 1O5c Mechanical toys 5220Q Muscaltoy Table 5 aiid iO Toys- DoIIfevery Ikind 1 50Cj25f lOe 5c 1 JJ4 f NewineIiolidav D1Qh e Uit rr jChina4 Parlor lamps l5OU 5 i81 ilntici lumps 3555irnr Glass pitchers 5 30 I5o Salad bowls I 7550 25c Toy china tea 8et35 25 15 10 ffc- Albums 171 50 2520c lruit Mristaiiliocupart Bisque ornaments have gifts for all tgeslI- ankerchuiclglovehoxeseaeh 25u Ladies hand bags 175 Toilet cares 8150 75 50c Fuucy ink stands Medallions 25 lOa Headquarters fresh Nuts C 1idie Fancy mixed lb lOc Mixed nuts lb15p mixed lbSc London layet faislnfl 2if Stick cunc1vto lb7c Figs Ib J5c1 IPireworks to burn at burning prices r 11Torpedoes box 104 roman 4c Uft12 boxes paper caps 5c ball roman Toy pistols 105c Air rides fiOc 15bsll roman catdl 1ICASH PAID FOtt EGG f- y E w Il T J JONES Ii t MUNTFOI ji i VIRGIN1ADLAOKnAND AH to tt l70 purpose of not BO much to hued They claiai thnt it was the luwfJ demand tiut the phije ill tobacco antI that this law he ruling fuctr in the price of the weed When threatened cell tinn of growing time lrjc bacco has often soared That tobucco nor six and eight curtis will then sell for twelve and fifteen entllls the genera opinion of the SoniH farmers hive come to the that they can Icy off year aso their land fur some other purpose rest their their body nnd mind ant ot tho year raise crop of tobucco which will bring there us large returns ne if two crops had been raised The latest is to get the farmers to outer into an agree ment and in order to that they will not raise arty tobacco in with the County Growers in each of the counties Burley District forfeit of100 for every the IIssoclal ion Herald THAT crc ating Why dont you swear ou war rant Tor h- Whnt for p the tooth that creates dir ought to be J and one year jfor tt j 4 q 3t i Trunks DollA go cor6 IJoiIbetla A U U blocks 1S O 10 l Tin Mugs b i i or TPovases rns tiIais 4 4 8iucc t 4j tIrr a vfj ff L r We 2 for and candy Grocers candy 1 I 5 candles 8 carndles 1 i i faiifliiB inthe Why turbance change i6o Mugs g 1 tfi ordefs promptly Attended Prices waslowest Telephone supplycud regulated wuuItlshtvzsys H tobapco eUfCi upwards bringing planters conclusion k following n agreement guarantee 19061llst Association respective a IDnneylBtCheLexington TooTntvtootbS a ctllturbunci t a puiledEx Weekly Courier tirnh1 Outlook S i TzJ2tii- sE I e 51 v G f andsient jl r j fltt lst1llT T COAL SL irc w i 1JOSJ JONES Livery Feed Sale Stable OWJNGSVILLEr KY 1 4HeadqirartefB for eItt1l1 niIs dealers Telepl jne cortiiectjon with Preston Station r r 1 woVtffiT RR Over Orttlook DENTIST Office and QwiiiK villo IUatikliiR Com pn Building OWINGSV1LLET KY 1 AUGTIONEER JIf Jot want hQ services of an niifc tloneercallon the Terms reason able GEURGE H QUlJGElL Odessa Ky HFHillenmey0t Sons BLU3S GRASS Ja Nuraerieg LEXINGTON Ky Orfer for fall if 1905 ufulj stock rit fntit and ornamental trees grape vines oipurHgup eronll friiits rhuv barb shrubs etc Vve ehiplpy ncf agents but pell direcf otie planfe eri LlttwlogiVeon npplrcwtHhtf F tc7 m r to At r 4it Wo 1 I t w K1it 1 I iL L f NPORTANT NEWS CONDENSED A v I f Boiledit5 18 Reader L iFlftiIN AND DOMESTIC NOTES 4 t + i What Our aovirnmtnt Official Are Dtlng Crlmta end Ctultle Ar rf Summary ef Prominent Event Througout thaGlob t I 4 Congressional Proceedings congrauIwithout unusual features Speaker Cannon and other officers of the house were reelected A brief session was lied by the senate which adjourned out of respect to the memory of the I late Senator Platt CO after new sen iator had been sworn in A large num ber of bills were introduced In U loshouse covering a large variety of sub jects I yS or Newlands introduced a res olution providing for national Incor J poration of railroads t AIlappropriation of 11000000 was voted toward the construction of the Panama canal by the house on the I 7th It was a compromise between I the 16500000 carried In the bin un der consideration and an estimate of something over 16000000 recom atcraUc leader MahaC a bill providing a death penalty for an assassin ot the pre dent vice president or any ambassa b 4 dor or minister of a foreign country to the United States ztlulIIIiRepreentaUve Hardwick relntro f atlh the Mtstable government i h e sands ch 4 introduced a joint h I 0 rilde one hal of the dLp 1ic lnds In the Phil raIi4 to create a permanent public tree I school fund J Miscellaneous 4 e 1LThe resignation of Senator Chaun Icey M Depew as a dlrectqr of the Equitable Life Assurance society was received President Morton tl IdJ10 acted upon December 27 f kAttention was directed to the pos ii 4 action growing out of the investigation of Ute insurance 1 methods by a visit paid by District o to the legislative 0 4 X t was holding Its 4 vm Mr Jerome I I i t1 t I i pI Xout wJiof j IL 4JV ee Chalr w p 1 has said that 7 Xready for the leg t i meets next January fit v Xive committee which is r I tg life insurance conditions 4 I ir t 14 osezI d to YIerJ rerom the request that the Ins ti ts2 1 jvto proceedings against Thomas F o e tlnatlcler and owner or the ma rity of the Mock of tko Equitable Life Assurance society to punish Mr t 7Ryan for refusing Id answer questions The resignation of Robert H Me Curdy general manager of the Mutuale r Life Insurance Co was presented tooe Ik board of trustees and accepted I T resignation takes effect December jAIra published that John suan the New York Lire In tetvie1V old resigu In an In ITecowCall denied the rpport ers and theW between the pow Uoaal Is FZTorUanflanc s r I t I It Is reihuaCtI e L Rotten eggs were thrown at Mad ii ame Sarah Bernhardt after the per Toraance at the Auditorium Quebec IJ because she displeased a number ot k people IB tit city on account of an 11Pp Interview she gave to a number or I iiewipaper men 1st Tlieteitora of peastons to re t Ii married wfdoira after their second 1 J husSaBd kas died or the woman has I bees divorced throughno fault of her ett Is provided for in a blir Intra q a cd la the senate by Senator Bur I rows I e4 t Tie Bhopa ot the Union Dry Docks rretgbtfrt h causlsff a loss estimated at 131000- Cfearies B lIb er who was some 4o j 3earsalOsadto have oeen an impor tant wltaess In the trials arising out r yerUleldIUBgor Coy Gobal in Ken has been a merchant at Nbrae Alaska Fort Worth and CflJBjiMcKinlsy was shot in the Injsestgeld Cal s 1l rieary Bates a aegro was hanged at lbusTeL tot having commit tIr ted a murderous assault upon Mr and t i Mrs Fred Kuhlee whose home he ipjjhed QrlaBd C Pst general auditor of 1 the Delaware Lackawanoa It Wcsteru Railroad Co died at his home in East Orange NJ He was bard In Colum t bus O- Thei irst legal ezeculioa in the hisr t Fulton county Georgia for the irI1tieof crlatnal assault took place 4 when Jim Wilker the self confessed ae ro assallaot of Mrs Al JIce Moose was hanged The unTClllBsr of the monument t j erected at Andersofivllle Ga in mem Penn8ylval11aitiaiadsomcst there and cost 122000 1ioLeoMcNanri241Iko was lajured AIna tootBalf gao between local 8 lBBriigeport Ct OB Than ke ckS1r WM breleii a nasa play i Mrs ttltip Vak i was aaot and t1 killed la her bedroom at Culpepper l Yiur by her fattierlBlaxr John J = f ya ckai who the committed suicide jiJ byalaootlag J Tjw appejlate dlftekm of the New York sapresae coart down a de tr aisloii which fWalM the coatentla ins tt of Jtimim X Hearat IB regard to a reeoDBt asd recaavaas of the rotes Jfbwri la ballit boses that hid been r p4ISd A k tathe MMte OB the 6th several l hW4t bUt and reaolutlois were In t ioe aiaoBg eiaaranroad rate 5tJf Mve Hif the Bfeblbltlqn of con 5I4bNttt cMKMa feeds hy IB iku mB Blea or other corpora viwergeacy npproprlalion JY a cal was Jlscugsert Il Jr fclf Jr i i I t1 o r f ooifht s t4ov i lc c 4 1 t11 St aYlo J 14 wJ llio situation in St Petersburg Is visibly growing worse The edUce moment for Count VUle Is coming when the liberal elements will demand his resignation A resolution by the- agriculturists at Moscow demanding the immediate dismissal of the present cabinet denotes the beginning ot the movement away from Count Wtto and signs indicate that this movement will gain In intensity soon MuUneers have seized tbe arsenal a w Mhichterlnodar and Norrorossysk 1t9 also said that a revolt has broken out at Ellsabethpol Agrarian disturbances have begun in soma parts of Poland In the goy ernment of Lublin the peasants or dered the landlords to leave their estates telling them that the lands belonged to the peopleaFather of legmen on Red Sunday January 22 was condemned to death by a central revolutionary tribunal Two emissa ries of the committee were named to carry out the sentencemThe ferment among troops il c Niersed a procession singing revolutionary hIknytroops at Harbin Reserve officers are not permitted to return home All messages from Manchuria are censored The French senate alter a long debate adopted the bill for the separation of church and b ot 181 tagainstn LouncedThe law becomes operative at once Pat Crowe who has been on trial on charge of shooting with intent to kill Officer Albert Jackson on the nightof September 6 was acquitted was remanded to where ho will b Secharge of highway robbery in connection with the kidnapping of Edward Cudahy at Omaha Neb Commander Cameron McK Wins low formerly naval aldo to the presi dent and now in the command of thi- ayflower has been selected to com m and the new protected cruiser Charleston Fugitives who hue arrived at V- Ienna state that the condlUons in Odes s Nalug the rioting of the last few days they assert 8000 persons including many students have been killed or ounded A secret meeting at Chlnampho ot the leaders of a conspiracy to assas sinate all the Korean mlnlstois who signed the treaty with Japan was stir prised by Japanese troops who arrest ed ten of the conspirators The third International Congress of American Republics will meet In Rio Janeiro January 21 1906 Joseph W Fairbanks one of the founders of the republican party died at Farmlnglon Vf aged 84 years SecretartoAVar Taft submitted air rt to the president Showing the operations of the army for the past year The army during the past year hts remained virtually as organized in 1902 Its maximum strength not Including the hospital corps as now fixed by executive order is 60475 enlisted men During Iho year ended June 30 1905 there were 155 second lieutenants appointed In the army The aggregate strength oftbeorganized militia of the states and territories December 31 1904 as shown by the annual returns was 121 908 consisting of 9154 officers and 112754 noncommissioned officers rau slcians privates etc The valuable presents and trophies f Miss Alice Roosevelts trip to the Orient were placed In her possession They arrived about five weeks ago but were given their turn in cxauilna tlon and appraisementcThe University of Michigan Athletic association netted 25000 profit on the 1905 football season- SWnij R HearstanuoTTnccs that he dra candidate for governor of New York Business failures In the Unite States for the week ending December 7 numbered 203 against 188 the pre vlous week 231 In the like week of 190424110 1903 and 247 In 1902 Elsie Parker colored was stabbed and almost instantly killed In the cor ridor of the West Side police court Now York William Williams ane gro who had been summoned to court by the woman to answer to a charge of assault waa arrested for the mur derGotSamuel W Pennypacker ac opted on behalf of the state the monument to the 109th Pennsylvania volunteers on Orchard Knob and turned It over to the national govern ment The American ambassador Mla Meyer arrived at St Petersburg Berlin by rail Mystery surrounds the case of W D Johnson a resident of North Blrm Ingham Ala who was found dead near his home with a bullet wound in his right sidedIt was on the test mony of Johnson that Harry Scrog gins Is now In jail charged with the murder of D W West whose body was found near the same piece Gen Manuel Sangullly independent In politics resigned the presidency ot the Cuban senate thus opening the way for the selection as his successor ot a member of the moderate or ad ministration party Herbert Squires may be given a new post After his conference with See retary Root it was serulofficially an nounced that the former minister to Cuba will not leave the diplomatic service The funeral services of the late Jas Russell Parsons United States consul general took place at Christ church Mexico City One of the worst railroad wrecka which occurred on tho Union Pacific railroad for years resulted from a headon collision between a freight train and overland limited passenger No 2 eastbound five miles west of Bock Springs Wyo Ten persons were killed and 19 were injured 11 of them railroad employee and eight passen gers Deeds were signed conveying the country home and Immense grounds located near Springfield Mo and valued at 250000 belonging to Mrs Alice O Dayto the St De Chantu academy of the Visitation nuns Mrs loa Berry supposed to be from Kentucky has finally surrendered She barricaded herself In the toilet room ot a Frisco 1l1waycoacb on tha tracks at Glrard Kan and for Your days defied the authorities Rags sat uraed wIt awaaoBla were pushed through tlWdow the woman was overcOmebytlifnmes and was ar rested She Is believed to be insane Senalor CuIberaoB Introduced a bill making it mcjelpBy for an insurance company r raay other corporation to contribute Money or aDytblngof Value 1 toward tile election of a president or Vice president qt the United States r r i I I rr4 S 1J i L J 1 atPAh hour before the patients heart hail ceased to heat he was In a profound coma Every effort known to science o Tutseized with a hemorrhage after have ing a tooth extracted Vice President Fairbanks will not attitcbeU of Oregon and it Is the un that the senato will not follow the custom of setting aside a day for eulogies on the dead senator Without a tremor and without a word Mrs Mary Mabel Rogers marched to her death on tho gallows at tho state prison at Windsor Vt and paid the penalty of murdering her husband arcus Rogers at Bennington on Au tist 13 1902 To all appearances Mrs Rogers was the calmest person in the chamber of death IWith very the b 7odyas hanged at Windsor Vt for the urder of her husband was burled In St Marys cemetery Hooslc Falls Y e orvero the one to reencewere a man or a woman said Go E W Hoch of Kansas In talking of the execution at Windsor Vt of Mrs Mary Rogers The secret service has announced the discovery of a new counterfeit en dollar United States Buffalo note series 1001 Lyons register Ito l erls treasurer The old frigate Nlpslc at one time the crown of the American navy and re only American warship to escape he typhoon at Apia Samoa in 1889 Is to go into commission at the Puget ound navy yard as a prison ship Rev N R Tbrrey an evangelist who has been conducting a four years worldwide revival returned with his family to New York on tho Baltic His g thelistTwo men arc dead one is dying and two others arc In a serious condition as the result of being overcome by the fumes of coal gas In tho tar paper mill of W H Rankin at Elizabeth JU is stated that tho Ryan syndicate of New York has closed a 15000000 deal by which it secures possession coal Iron and railway property In theI vicinity of Bluefleld Tenn Dr Zadoc Kohn grand rabbi of the Central Consistory of Israelites in France died In Paris Ho occupied the highest office among the Hebrews of France Ray T Vanettlsch stale service ed- Itor of the Pubelo Col Chieftain broke the worlds typewriting record for both the 30 minutes and one horr tests taking 2600 words during the first 30 minutes and finishing the hour with 4312 words Mrs Louise Eldridge the across who retired from the stage eight yearsI ago died at the home of her son In New York She was 75 years old and went on the stage In 1844 Attorney General Mayer with ULieA assistance of Superintendent of Elections Morgan has unearthed nearly 1000 cases of fraud at jhe last clec lion in New York city The marital troubles of William El cal barfeature when the story gained currency that the retirement of Mr Carey was decided on six months ago and was peremptorily demanded at t hat time The meeting of the board of govern ors of the American Cotton Manufac Hirers association to consider coop eralion with cotton growers was callJ for Charlotte N C December 19 instead of tho 9th as at first stated By thebrcaklng out of smallpox on tU naval yacht sylph sIpedfIdthe use ot President family the vessel is practically quar antined and the crew put under close observation by the health authorities Only one case has developed that of Clarence Mariow a negro sailor The body of Miss Etta R Hines head nurse of the Grundy sanitarium at Relay Md who disappeared some days ago was found In the water at Petapsco Dam There were no marks of violence on the bodyaPrime Minister Ipeb lIBannerman has succeeded in forIn log a new British cabinbtbKid McCoy sent a challenge to Jas J Corbett for a fight the terms which are to be arranged later it be ing understood that a new club in Delaware formed by Tom ORourke will offer a purse of 20000 Provision for construction of a dry d Cockaccommodating the largest ships in a the navy Is urged by Rr Adm W L C RappaR his annual report The convicts in the Cuban penitc aryU mutinied and a fierce fight be twetn them and the guards followed In which two of the prisoners were i i Wiouslyguards badly injuredaBaroness Sedwltz sister of Marquise DeMontiers both of whom were reared as wards of Bishop John Lancaster S Upaldingand created a sensation over the WorldE by renouncing Catholicism a year agoa ltln Peoria to see Bishop SpaldingI and effect a reconciliation with the n noted prelate It is announced semi officially that the famous woman wan sue for readmtsslon to the c hurchthWilliam McWilliams who pleaded guilty to the murder of his wife and five children a week ago was sentenc ed to death at Independence lL James L Blodgett the hermit bank cr of Hermitage Wyoming county N Y was burned to death In his house which burned to the ground Ho wasH e olstimatedlars Watercress the famous stallion wasa a euctionedchaser was J B Haggln himself aa part owner of the horse Watercress is the lire of Waterboy and Nasturtium Samuel M Cohen manager of the new Montauk theater in Brooklyn died following an operation for cancer of the throat Ronald A undsen the first man in history to travel the Northwest Pas- sag from east to west Is at Ft Egrbert Alaska After making a final pleaq to tho court in his own behalf Alherts T Patrick the New York lawyer con s tvlcted of the murder of William M elecItrhchalrlnEleven bodies were recovered from the blamondville Col mine making p 4 bodies so far recovered The four that remain have been located and will be recovered without dUB Uty jKiJfm I POST OFFICE AFFAIRS he Annual Ucjioltof Posthiastei General Cortelyou At the End of the Year There Were In Operation 68131 Post Offices The Number of Employes Is About 280000 Washington Dec 11 Postmaster General Cortelyou In his annual re port for the past fiscal year says that while a self sustalnlng condition of the PO fy Jirigdeficit than the efficiency of adminis tration For the fiscal year 1905 tho total receipts from all sources were l2S2G58r and total expenditure 107181959 leaving a deficit of 14 2584 In connection with these figures tho postmaster general directs attention to the Increased amount of free matter handled which he says averaged 12C8 per cent of the entire weight carried or a loss in revenue 19822000 Manifestly ho says ad the matter now carried free been quired to have been prepaid no- ithstandingw the largo expenditures for the rural free delivery service there would have been no deficit Governmental control of the pneu Wllgondter case an appropriation Is asked to patlernjAn Increase of G77 per cent In tho amount of ordinary malt handled as compared with 1904 is noted In the railway malt service which the posfmaster general shows a normal growth with gratifying maintenance of effl clency During tub year 12 clerks were killed while on duty and 125 sc rlously injuredaAt the end of the fiscal year Juno 30 there were In operatlou 68131 post offices The number of employes in e service at largo is stated to bo 280000 of whom 1169 arc In the department at Washington A GENERAL STRIKEv P srobabeRussia After ChristmasP Edytkuhtders In this city M Knistaleff leader T Thistion among the workmen All the so cialist labor and kindred organiza tions are holding a meeting at which most Inflammatory speeches are be ing made in denunciation of the gov ernment and nil are talking of a gen e irralle aderfat Is probable that a general strike w D ilelegatesof the country report that tho pro posal for a strike has been welcomed with enthusiasm and in fact that tha whole country is ripe for revolution vast majority of the workmen are true revolutionaries though starva tlon some times compels them to sub ordinate their political alms Prcpa ration for an armed rising is well ad anced but it can not hope to suc ecd unless joined by a considerable ody of troops DEATH LIST ON THE LAKES 0eA Total of 215 Lives Lost During the Past Season Chicago Dec 11 According to fig ures compiled by the Lake Marine News Bureau the death list on the great lakes during the season now closing has been the heaviest of any year since big steel vessels began to be used on the lakes A total of 215 Jhpa were lost Of these 116 were lost dun g af this fall The remaining 99 were lost by falling overboard and like causes During the season of 1904 only 49 lives were lost on the great lakes this being the smallest loss on reccrd and only two of these were duo to ship wrecks Anticipates Interest Washington Dec nThe secretary f the treasury announced that bkjQa the payment of the inter at on United States government onds due January 1 1906 on Decem er 15 1905 The total Interest pay aboutrCalled on King Haakon Stockholm Dec 11 Charles H Graves United States minister to Swe d benwhere on Saturday he had Rnpresented the felicitations of President Presidents Long TripsWashington Dec 11 in PresidentIsome of his close friends at sashington hroundthe First Time In History El Paso Tex Dec nJorthe first mO In the history of the local weath r bureau snowballing and sleighing re possible in El Paso before Christ ns Snow has been falling all day orth and east for several hundred miles On Leave of AbsenceGWashington Dec aeington for the Pacific coast by way ofI Chicago and will sail in about ten days for homo on an extended leave of absenceIMinister Diet Suddenly IKansas City Dec nRev Abel arden Scott a retired minister of the Baptist church 81 years bid who had served in tho pulpit for over half century died suddenly of heart dis ase while playing with his daughter t his home herewOil Drillers Blown To Pieces Chanute Nan Dec 11 Herbert Shannon of Merwin Mo and JohnI Turner of Chanute oil drillers wera blown to pieces by the explosion of aIboiler on the Burkhart lease seven miles east of here- Acquitted of Murder Charge Houston Tex Dec 1L Maj Hugh Swain U S A retired was ac uitted of the charge of murder in U econd degree In connecUon with tbe aylng of Charles W Jones SOOrI of the Houston Fire and Maria insurance Co I The Strike Is Abating Moscow Dec 10 via Warsaw Dee 1The strike of the factory envloyes is abating The majority of workmen have resumed accepting the condition of the employers that ten hours shall constitute a days work I J0SE PHS BONES theHIhwayA Vision Between the LInes of Gods Inspired Word Scripture Authority By faith Joseph when he died made mention oJ tho departure of the children of Israel and cave bonesrAnd Joseph said unto his brethren I die and God will surely visit you and bni ngo you out of this land unto the land whtblie aware to Abraham to Isaac acob And Joseph took an oath of the of Israel saying God will surely visit you and ye shall carry up my bones from hence So Joseph died being an hundred and ten years old and they embalmed him and he was put In a coffin In Egypt Gen 6024211 G Y PmImourning Joseph 1L the great gover or of the land w dead Though it had been many years now since he II had been actively engaged In the affairs of the nation his great and good J deeds had been forgott iiand Pharaoh was eager and glad h 1nIsli m Mourningroyal blood and preparations were be- Ing made in accordance with the desire of tho king for a splendid state But at this point a very strange and startling discovery was made Jose during his life had not provided hi self with a tomb an unheard of thi- mong the Egyptians for the least p htersonfor this above everything else and b some cavern or nook prepared heft death for the body whose final care and last resting place were so precious in the thought of the Egyptians But s far as the most diligent search ealed reo Joseph had not provided him cit a tomb His wife Asenath the fiotipherabstunned by the blow and sat for days like one In a trance Her sons Manas Beh and Ephraim tried to comfort her but she seemed deaf to their entreaties he one horror before her mind was Joseph had no tomb where he could be laid and she would not betcomforted And when at last her sons entured to suggest that it was the wish of their father that ho should rest in the midst of his own people the Hebrews in the land of Goshen turned upon them and drove them rom her presence declaring that they were conspiring with the Hebrews to bring dishonor upon her and the fame y name The king summoned the priests and his counselors together to consider the matter and urged upon them that In asmuch as royal honors had been shown Joseph in life so in death ho mlht have a place In the royal sepulchers Potipherah the venerable priest of On who was among those pr s eutand who for the sake of his daughter would have welcomed a settlement of the difficulty In this way urged tire acceptance of the kings proposal on the one condition that Jo sephs sons Manasseh and Ephral M w aithsolutely from the faith of the Hebrews to the worship of the Egyptian gods For continued Potipherah their d r teproachg odssa of in creasing concern to him this growl Intimacy and association of sonsof Joseph lt the Hebrews HeTIad Vg been reconciled to priesthoodangdaughter turning from the cherished faith of the Egyptians to that of a for shepardsHethe subject and knew that it was as s Itoreopportunityhadcould force them to yield for they were devoted to their father and would be anxious he felt sure that ho have honorable burial He summoned Eph raim and Manasseh and pompouslyle clared the conditions upon which their father would be given honorable burial Now that thy father Is dead his people need be nothing more to thee i e declared To Egypt and her gods blessingRenounce thy father shall be placed in the tombs hyfollyplaceInBut our father straightly charged ns answered Ephraim that we carry up his bones hence to he land which the God of the Hebrews as promised to give them What exclaimed the old priest excitedly Thy father desired not burial In the tombs of Egypt Im givehiswithout the sacred sepulchers prepared for the dead Be that as it may quietly respond ed Ephralm we have taken oath and ust needs be faithful thereto The od of our father Joseph Is our God nd His bromises are to us and to hildren curs The face of the aged priest darkened and in the eyes there burned an omin on light His frame shook with the Intensity of his Inward emotions but at last he mastered himself and with highpitched trembling voice he said Ere the light of the sun god Osiris rise upon Egypt tomorrow tbou shall repent of this thy folly and wickedness or the bones of thy father shall be cast out as veritable carrion Consider the ords of Potipherah Come to me In the temple when thy answer is ready And having thus spoken he readjusted departedThe in he room where the brothers were standing each lost in thought and race to face with the crisis of his Ute If they yield not what of their fa d Whatthe Knot Means Visitors to any of the big seaports like London or Liverpool may oftenI lave seen a vessel flying a flag WithI a knot tied In one corner of It not generally known that this sicis used to ajtract the customs officerI who knows when he sees it that the essel wishes to ship or consume a quantity of bonded stores I e tobacco spirits etc his presence being nee essary to break the seal before such tores may b utilized c g tts w 2 J 1 7 therms body It they yield what c their hope arid the promise given to Joseph that they would carry his bodI hence iianasseh was the first to speakWe must bo true to the God of our father ho said slowly Inwardly conscious that this was the first an daa ll Important question to decideIAnd in that I stan t ohewith us is a sacred pledge that Gopwill visit us and fulfill His We may not leave it to the hatred and passion of our grandfather 3itlirethrenthere that God will visit us and itSfrom thence that we will go up Dost thou remember the cavern near our tlGrandfatherGoshen 1 exclaimed Ephraim the Bud lightaanswering gleam In his brothers face placeasting in Goshen was still fresh and vivid and he hastened on to say let ting his voice drop almost to a whisper lest some servant passing through the adjacent halls should hear his words Let us take the coffin of our father theBnthen an his heart grew confident In the willlnBut how can It be done asked anasseb doubtfully Thou art Indeed slow my brother Jresponded Ephraim with calm assurance Doth not our fathers brethren return home this night They shan bear with them our fathers body while we remain in the chamber of the andJthe morning light and the return of our Grandfather Potipherah the coffin otJrwarm- ly responded the elder brother in ad purAnd while the brothers were pre paring to carry out their plans for the p inlimentpriest of the temple was not idle He visited the king and won his reluctant consent to his plans assuring him that he was confident that the sons of 30I seph would yield before the dreadful alternative And then having Informed he attendants of the temple that Eph ralm and Manasseh were to be admitted to his presence at any hour ot the night they might come he waited expectantly The hours wore on As Potipherah waited in the temple and his grandsons came not his assurance gave place to doubt and doubt to anxiety and at last unable to stand the suspense longer he passed out of the temple courts and turned his feet towards Josephs house He would make one last appeal They must yield He must save his own flesh and blood to Egypt and Egypts gods As he turned into the road leading to Josephs house he encountered a goodly company of people Their laden camels and asses and their carts all told of the journey which was just be- Ing taken up Curious to know who could be passing out of the city at that hour of the night for it was now near midnight he accosted one of the men s be passed What Josephs brethren he muttered to himself as he continued on his waySIt is well for now will Ephraim and Manasseb be free from baneful influence But their go ag at this hour of the night seems he mused as he reached the house and entered To his Inquiry for toldheof their dead and wished not to be dis turbedTIs well the old priest thought s he settled himself upon one of the comfortable couches in the great reception hall The departure of the brothers and the presence of my grand sons by the side of the sacred dead augurs good Doubtless the brothers departed In anger for had It not been so they would have remained to counsel with and help Manasseh and Eph ram The boys will yield I feel as sured and thus comforted and cheered Potlpherah prepared to wait giving Instructions to the servant to inform his grandsons of his presence as soon as they should appear And that was the last he remembered until he awoke to find the sunlight streaming across the marble floor In surprise and alarm he jumped to his feet and It was some minutes before he could collect his thoughts and remember how he came there and for what purpose He recalled his threat made the night before that ere the light of the sun bad again fallen upon Egypt Josephs bones would be dishonored It his sons did not turn to the gods of the Egyptians For some mln ules he watched spellbound the beam of light playing upon the floor It seemed to him it was mocking him and dancing in delight at his coat u sloniAt last rousing himself he turned toward tbe apartment where Ephralm and Manasseh had kept their night vigil muttering to himself as he went He knocked and entered No one ever knew what transpired within but after long time the aged priest emerged and as he turned from the door be was heard to say over and over to him elf I StAnd some time after this It was known that Manasseh and Ephralm and their families withdrew to theI land of Goshen and Asenath the wife of Joseph went homo to her fathers house And the story of the body of Joseph was whispered about among the Hebrews and was handed down from generation to generation and when they grew faint hearted and complained that God had forgotten them the elders of the people who knew of the secret resting place of Jo sephs bones would say Are aotCJosephs bones still with us and was not the promise given that God would surely visit us and that we should carry his body to the land whither God would leadIPopular Bandit The Spanish bandit Is coming into existence again a fat little man named Vivillio having committed a number or highway robberies in Andalusla He is a popular idol too on ac of his daring performances but he guardla drib has determined on his speedy suppression When theso officers capture a prisoner they tie Mis arms behind him with a piece of string While he walks the strlLg holds but it be runs it breaks The a they shout him I MEMcLisH ciRLS NEW pSwiR Fair Yo ung Britons Ax Achieving AIcalEnglish women are taking a more interest in politics every day hce success of the political woman was a foregone conclusion from thegrat but one of the recent ents is the keen interest and active art taken by girls sometimes still In their teens Many society women who are regarded as leaders of the womans cause have carefully supervised the po tICl education of their daughters efore her marriage Lady Marjorie frequently accompanied her mother the countess of Aberdeen on the platform at meetings of liberal women and Lady Helen Stavordale helped the marchioness of London derry to discharge her duties in connection with the Primrose league An- thero young society woman who prom ises to become a star in the political arena is tho countess of Crewe Probably the most interesting band of young women politicians are the daughters of the earl and countess of Carlisle Lady Dorothy Howard a pretty fair haired fresh complex ionedgjrland a Girton graduate has been accustomed to public speaking since she was 16 Tho old order of womens righter was contented to work and wait but the younger school believes In hustling and promises to outstrip the old brIg- ade in point of achievement- PRODUCED ARTIFICIALLY Process by Which English Chemist Makes Diamonds of SmallpSize Diamonds are not born but made with unprecedented success by Dr Burton of Cambridge England who has proved that the inestimable gem is a denser form of carbon than grapheitc and that a lesser pressure crto has been supposed suffices fos- roducing artificial diamonds He a molten aljoy of lead and some metallic calcium which can also hold a small quantity of carbon in solution If the calcium is separated from the molten mass some of the carbon crys talllzes The separation of calcium can be accomplished through steam If the Introduction of steam Is made during full red heat small graphite crystals are formed in the resulting crust of lime if the steam is Intro duced during low red heat no graphite is formed but a number of micro scoplcal crystals are formed the prop erties of which are entirely identical with those of natural diamonds These diamonds possess a high refractive power and therefore strengthen the belief thatxsome day the chemist may produce gems of sufficient size and per fcction to compete with the natural stone Warshipse 1 upon furnishing ships of war with means for recognizing each others Identity at distances too great for read ing the name of the vessel This is to bct effected by the use of rings or bands on the chimneystack differing in number and color The colors used will be black white red and yellow According to several liberal German journals the ships of the opposing squadrons frequently mistook a friend for an enemy during the recent maneu vera owing to the absence of any means of identification Wont Be Bored So youre not going to the stag supper tonight said Hubbs No replied Bubbs Im the only one of the invited guests that doesnt own an auto Ive been up against that bunch of conversation before Detroit Free Press Gratis Friend What made you blush so during the ceremony Bride Ob I felt so cheap Cheap Yes papa gave me away you know Cleveland Leader Natural Inference Teacher at night school What do we know of the socalled canals on Alars baggy Haired Pupil Theyre mlll tary canals Everything on Mars is run by the war departmentsChicago Tribune Oldest Iron Grille In Winchester cathedral there is a door composed of four pieces of iron grillework which have the distinction of being the oldest specimens of their kind In Britain Ineffective Law The Saco junk dealer who estimates that 700011 jugs which had contained liquor were bought in Saco and Bid deford and shipped to Boston in Oc tober shows the futility of Maine I prohibitory law Good Prescription AskltI say doctor do you know of anything that will prevent seasick ness Dr Quackem Yes stay on land Two dollars please Chicago Dally News MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Dec 9 CATTLE Common 12 55 esssHeavy steers 4 3 tf tCSOOlOGSChokMixed packers 495 ft 5 00 SHEEPExtra 33 90 ASIUSEztra B735 FLOtm Spring patent 515 W60 WHEATNO 2 red 91 ft 9- 2No3ced tt SWI CORNNO an ixed t WNo 3 white 47 OATSNo mixed 41 RYENo 2 tt 7- 2AYChoIce timothy SEtS 75 PORK Mess Gi1l 7- 5LRDSteam BPTTER Choice dairy 35 Choice APPIK8ChoIce 5 t 5 IOTATOK8 Per barrel 2 0 2 5 TOBACCOrNcw 6 10 CtII 01 OM 454 ia75 CHICAGO KLOm Winter intent 5 5 0 WHEATNO 2 tNt 7V MI No 3 red S14S I5 ORNNo 2 mlxI 45 OATS No 3mlXP l cc sI GillFOIiKSlesaLiiiDSteam 70 i7O4 NEW YORK FLOUR Winter straits 39 i 10 WHEAT No 2 red 51 974 CORNNo 2 mixed 9OATSNO 2 mixe- dRYEWestern 36HW O 73 PORK Mess 1523 W15SO LARD Steam 7 W tDTSSIBALTIMORE WHEAT No 2 re1 O S- SrmCORN No 2 mlxnl i 5i iOATSNo 2 mlxeil 33S 35 PATTLBSteors m if w- 2WISHEEPNO I SJ2W- LOUISVILLE WHEATNO t mi CORNNo 2 mixed J 51 OATS No 2 mixed 32 C 33 PORIC Men 4 LARDSteam ti S W INnnANAPOLIn WHEATNV 2 ml 15 CORN Xo r mixed 5- tt CRISIS OFGIRLHO9 TIME OF PAIN AND PEIL Was Emma Cole Bays that Lydia 3 l Plnhhams Vegetable Compound has Saved her Life and Made Her Well how many lIves ofbcautiful young irls liavo been sacrificed just as Jere ripening into womanhood I flow any Irregularities or duicptncements are been developed at this Importiint eriod resulting in scars of suffering Girls modesty and oversensltlveness often their mothers anti baffle physicians because they withhold their c periodAchild aid and remember thut Lyilia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound will at this time prepare the system for the coming change and start the menstrual period in a young girls life without pain or ri MissEmmaColeof Tullahoma Tenn vtesI a tIwanttoteilyouthatlamenjoylngbet ter health than Ihare years and I owe all to Lydia E Pinkhatrfs Vegetable Corn oiuiul iWhen fourteen yean of age Isuffered al most constant pain and for two or three sfyears I had soreness and pain in my side headaches end was dizzy and nervous and doctors all failed to me i E PlnkbancsVegetable Compound P was recommended and after taking it 4th ealth txan to improverapidly uini I think caved my life I sincerely hcpemyezperi Trill be a tootherglrbutrbosrepass c Ing from girlhood to for I know your Compound will do as much for them If you know of any young girl who Is sick and needs motherly advice ask her a to write Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass and she will receive free advice which thastronghealthy FILLED A LONQFELT WANT Ingenuity of a Peripatetic Salesman in Disposing of Ills a Specialty A man rode in a hroadstreet a car holding a bundle in his Up and read Ins i newspaper relates the Newark Newi rook whispered woman across the aisle to another The string coming i loose 4 Slowly and surely the twine was work mg itself corner of the pack de The young man continued to read clipOther e the handle Unfoldnervous To sit hear and see tiat bun die fall apart wag embarrassing There containThe The paper was almost off Still the young man read oblivious to all about him At last a little fat man reached across the 7 armYour he said fanning At the young mans start of astonish passengers ninn d also Tliankou very muchsaid the young maui Ladies and gents he went on removing the entirely I have here a useful and inexpensive shopping docs i4toaway altogether with the danger vluuch you batc jutt seen ilIufratei in carrying bundles that wont eta3 tied no matter how well you tc eiufoWfup to small you can put it your vest pocket s holds anything from a cpool of thrcqd to a of potatoes andrll and grate for the ridiculous sum of a dime ten cents Ill taLe our said the woman across j hue aisle manAnd r ness until the conductor threw him off Tennessee Praise Dayton Tonn Dec lUll TeAmong ninny prominent residents to praise Dodds Kidney Pills is Mr N R Roberts of place He tells of what they hate done for him and his words go deep into the hearts of all who are saysIbut Dodds Pills completely cured me I shallalways keep them on hand in case there should bo any return of the old trouble but I nun thankful to say notbeenplaint cominz back use pain in my to be terrible If I gotVIown I had a hard to get straight again But my lack is like a new one now and 1 can believethereas Dodds Kidney Pills fWanted to Get Even Id like that tooth please saM the ifihsmall boy after the extracted the torment Certainly my little man but why do you queried the dentist hand wg it over 3clisir zespoaded the gratiuicd boy 1 m going to take it home and 1m going lo stuff it full ot Sugar lhen Imgoing to put it on a plate and wilha triumphant grin watch it acheN V BALD HEADS COVERED With Luxuriant Hair and Scaly Scalps Cleansed and Purified by Cutlcum Soap Assisted dressings of Cuticura the treat skin cure treatment at once tops hair removes crusts scales dandruff destroys hair parasites soothes irritated itching surfaces stimu z lates tbe hair loosens jthe scalp kin supplied the roots with energy and nourishment and makes the hair grow upon a sweet wholesome healthy scalp when all else fails Complete external and internal treatment for humor from pimples to scrofula fromjjnfancy to consisting of oap OintmentSo isftenIf wishes were horses sonic beggars wouldstill growl because they were not touring cars Puck SICKHEADACHE estirelr eared by these Little Pill ARTRS DleyalsonefleTeD13 tromDjspejslIn ITTLEdlg iU0nandTooZy Kitogi A perfect remSedyforDtalnessN aset 4 LS Drowsiness Sad Taste CoatedITORPID irvrV Ttey regnlato the Bowels Purely Vegetable SMALLPILL SWLLMSE SlttUJIllCt frPrErs GeevneMust Bear racSimila Signature al LescSUISmUTES AiNKB 2l04 nr1jUMP TlON 4 4wShs r lfi V llX M b 1 f 4I= tS r i j t 1 i4 t t 4 H Ioft i OlngMiIIeOUtlook1 I r n r t T OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers r OWINGSYILLE KENTUCKY J ii A PSALM OF FARM LIFE 1 Tell me lot In broke measurev I payForAnd the hensdo they not layT 4 ci Been are high and going higher fastEveryI It In higher than the last I N produceEvt So ea 1 uhhfi35BTbfew- Ex rjir efeg Is cr prcclcus And Jb hens are held In awe When A ben begins to eatkla Then the farmer goes Haw haw l In the broad and busy farmyard thetitOnly notices the hen e FTrust no rooster howecr showy tallItay And your wealth will never Tall II Lives of farmers all remind Us i We may roll In wealth name lay I Itt we hustle to the market 1 4lIh thee s our pUllets lay S c Chicago Chronicle J t at A ROSE OF 1 J ORMANDYBy TOUUH B A WILSON Y I f1 7 v i JCHAPTER XXlVCoxriXUED I tthecoming of the Match rains arrledtsc l separated was full of gIadis La t t EaUa had entirely recovered his b strength and was filled with hioldq time enthusiasm The whole party now made their way with the supplies 1 tools ammunition etc that Tonti j had brought with him from Quebec lti down the river to the spot where tho i Illlnl town had formerly stood La l Salic decided that ho would try to J y gather up the remnants of the dls perscti nation and found a new town protected by tho citadel he had long 4 contemplated erecting on the tall rock humar f the Illlnl had straggled back to 4 their old home and he was welcomed by them as a friend and deliverer plansplatlhg4 leadership anti protection and sent emissaries out to recill the scattered tribes They joined in with a right 2 spoofwill to assist the French in tho building of the fort that was to bo a T fature protection against the IncurI o slons of their enemies A edseUkfl1I t I t arose steep and sheer Its height was I J f about 125 feet While the top was about aa ape In extent In front It over 4 hghe river toward the west a for est 11 at Its feet eastward a wide I serge protected It from approach in that direction It was accessible only Trom behind and that with difficulty f by a Barrow steep passage hidden at s the base amidst a waste of oak and Hwabitit trees The forest that crowned- itI j waS quickly cut down and its tlm bers used in erecting a palisade that ran around Its edge Qn the space thus cleared were erected a chapel P storehouses a powder magazine andc ascwarD of the eefetted Illlal came straggling in un fiyeir number amounted to six thou i i aad Their lodges were built about Zf AiFeriIIMni cliff From the vicinity came a band of twenty S teitled vages from the eastern trrbeB chlfly ABHTalftjind Mohegans c oftSsDcd and from the distant banks tp L otfej3hq came a body of Shawanoes 1 to corporate themselves with thla aew confederation while the Mlamis 4 fieee Ute banks of the Theakikl real Iztngthe importance of Joining with thejotbers against their common ene my ihtlroquols offered themselves lo6reUHhe numbers La Salle gladly addItionsitbeock was dotted with the lodges 6 thailles The total number at thouF81It Flaally the fort was finished and the I Sallefii z W J Stiouis was given to the fortieCf i nand thus after many progE 3 th great west for the Preach kinggc Tontl had recounted the advemturoe of his Journey to La Salle and had received warm praise t jHejTfonteaacendeavors for her safety which he kaew was precious In the eyes of his 4friend and alf the course of their wan tjerlngs La Salle was surprised at I learnlns orbercloc proximity but to I Tpalis iazement expressed no in l 11entiotQf either going for her himself oof sending to Mlchillmacklnac to brn her to MiL In fact although he saw a faint flicker the former light In hta eye wheaSeiret enUoned her yet he seemed toaj1arteater con earn over leaning iho condition of affairs at Quebec thanbe did to heat the details of their voyage Tonti at tributed this Eeeais indifference1 to I J t RIJ attempt npoa the part of his cOm t rade to oncea1 ftis rcal feelings as was bIBwoRt whenever anything touched hideepy La Salle realized that in order to aviintain the advantage already t sifled and keep in hand the various Irlbea b Beath his control two thlnga u ofWaklpgtkerortlmprepableso 2 athecoulllprOtect 4 J6fbel061lIi other that Qf supply a lag tbemwltb Freach goods in ex w CHap for their furs To meet the Urst condHloM more Men aramunl ties nspdtiztn must be brought from Qttrtfct To meet the second a al J Jlereqihs pmltNe JJtihl6clfdltor8and to pro viieJor lmportion of varloud t fgoods the India demanded Thus li KUS that the christening of the fort beforetieeverrip acttoB He therefore i slrJllMiegTfHIlaa4 i tewarcl wHfe all j wlfile speei 1 A r i1L 6 tjj lri r cfr 1 pI J d sr I r rf cj S I One thInk more however was essen tin This was that ho should bo ablo to report the exploration of the lower Mississippi and take posseson or all that vast territory in tho name of tho king This must necessarily bo ac complished first so he made ready for tho voyage southward Chocking a sufficient number of men for tho expe dition he departed promising the say ages that ho would return and Instruct ing them to yield full obedience to Tontl In his absence Tho building of the fort having been accomplished with great rtpldity he HUp d to L able td make the voyage tb the gui and back IhJlmo to reach duebec bc fdrt thr Ofs made their autumn vby 0 to Prance i lhat wbultt bear the news df his discoveries to the king Accbrdlngly he paddled away ona bright May morning and began tho difficult journey that ho had long wished to make Down tho sluggish bosom of the llllril they passed Jntb the broad ex panse of the Mississippi Soon the mouth of the Ohio was seen and Ui heat of summer became more and more Intense Hero and there they met with bands Of savages living on the banks of hut mighty rIVer These were approached with the caltimeti the sign of peace and tho white tray elers were entertained with feasts and dances while presents and promises Were Interchanged La Salle ha rangued the listeners assuring them of the great kings friendship and power and claiming all the territory through which he passed for his sovereign Soot the great stream wrlthSd in sinuous course many marshes were passed and the sultry heat of an aj most tropical sun rendered the work of paddling Very fatiguing They stopped to reaL at one place and Vis itr at a short distance Inland the 10tFtemple of the sun with a sacred fire radmittedniendslilpllbOver many a weary league of tortuous watercourse did they pass until tile everwidening river told them of the approach of their journeys end The channel divided Into three and tak- Ing the middle one they coon found before their wearied eyes the dancing waters of the gulf Hero they landed and a column was erected bearing tho arms of France on which was inscribed LOUIS LE GRAND ttOY DE FRANCE ET DE NAVARRE ItEGNE A To Deum was cbautcd and amid the shouts of savage voices tuG cries of Vive le fbi from the French and the firing of guns La Salle took possession of all the country drained by the great Mississippi and its tribu taries under the namo of Louisiana for the French king and his successors Thus on a summer day did that vast expanse from the Alleghanles to the Rockies from the unknown country far northward of the great takes to the gulf pass to the crown bt him who thousands of leagues away was en gag d In wasting the revenues of a great nation on the fripperies of a cor rupt court and the transient glories of Versailles CHAPTER XXV IN WHICH POMPON BRINGS hAlt MONY OUT OF DISCORD During La Salles absence Tontl worked hard to further the welfare of the colony His first effort was to do away with all possible discord that BlIInew this end be summoned the Various chiefs and spent many hours ha SPENT1IANY HOURS HARANGUING TilE CHIEFS rangulng them as to the benefit to be derived from putting aside all tribal and joining with him In fforts for the common good The convincing nature of his arguments together with the presents distributed rought about the desired effect A rand council was formed In which each tribe received recognition accord- Ing to ltd size Simple general regula- ions governing the cmmunltY wer- edrawnupandassentcd to A uniform rice for all skins brought to tb- eFrenchwasestabllsbedTl e final settlement of all disputes was left in the hands of La Salic or his repro sentative The limits of tho land ap portioned out for cultivation were definitely marked The space around the base of the fort was all cleared the final touches to the buildings top of the rock were completed These things having been ac complished Tontl waited anxiously for the return of La Salle As the summer began to wane a strange die ease broke out among the Indians that did not affect the whites but which spread with great rapidity With it discontentSottleofIng a feat determined that tho scourge had been sent because of their extreme friendliness with the French Tontl realized tho danger and deter mined that the best way to combat his new difficulty was to fight the dis ease He accordingly instituted mean rea looking toward greater cleanli ness of the Indian lodges and did what he could to alleviate the sufferings of those already ill At this juncture he received a letter from the command MlphlUmacklnacho Salle and his projects In this he said that the return uf many bands of tqureursdebols had rendered the po lion of Renee a very trying one as her beauty attracted much unwelcome attention and suggested that she be cent together with two of he nuns o Tort St Louis Tontl although knowing that her advent would mean further trials for realizingheand expecting the return of La Salle agreebipcordingly dispatch Pompon with two 4i r f1 Ii f b J t 1 I8 1v cariops lo bring fne liafly to thKorfc lie awaited their arrival wHb tnipnt licnco The months that had elapsed slnco parting with Renco had been months of activity that prevented him from feeling tho full hopelessness and regret of his situation But even amidst his busiest moments would come the thought of her stealing upon him ere he was aware and ho would find himself wondering as to her safety and happiness lie timed tho rate of Pompons journey carefully The day dawned on which if no de rcachtthe siiii shone so brightly upon thd silken fbids bf the banner of France bfi the staff of the fOrt Never before had the sound of birds calling to their mates seemed qilite so clear and musical nor the sight off the awak ened happy life at his feet quickened his pulse with so niucli satisfaction as he realized what had already been ac compllshed He fell to wondering if she would approve of everything that 10 hail done and half wished that ho had but a few days moro In which to do a hundred little things that would make still further for the success of the undertaking He visited for the twentieth tlmtj the commodious lodgo within the wails of the fort that had been set aside for the occupation of till womeii tb see if the place were In good brden He had prepared soft cduches for them formed of layers of mingled leaves and pirie needles covered over With a number of furs Tile table and chairs the sawing and making of which he had supervised were in their places while the walls were festooned with bunches of wild dowers the Indian children had gath ered at his Instigation Ills final survey saw that everything was ready It was Indeed a fit bower for a forest qUeen About noon from his lofty station he caught sight of two tiny speaks far away up the tier and lie know that they Were coming Entering his canoe he seized his paddles and set out to meet them His heart was light as he heard the music of the water beneath his prow He had teen able to rescue her again from a position of discomfort and peril perhaps other opportunities for serving her would arise He hoped they would for her service was his delight He sang as be sped along sang halfforgotten songs of deeds of war and glory of fait women and gallant lovers But ho realized that he alas could not speak the words that were ready to fall from his lips words of love of tenderness and of devotion that must not be uttered Ho schooled his tongue to keep silence but he know he could not con trol his heart which woulu beat to the tune of loves own music despite himselfAll nature seemed to rc jolce with him The glad screaming of the wild fowl winging their wiy along the marshy edges of tho sircan tho cries of quail in the underbrush far away1 oren the hoarse cawing ol tho crows front their perches on the blasted limbs of the forest came to his oar In tones of sympathetic glad ness Tips whole world seemed in gala attire as though to welcome a loved monarch returning to his kingdom Soon they drew near and ho saw the flash of Pompons signalling pad die In the air He came alongside the canoe containing Renee and perceived with thankfulness the glow of health on her cheek and the glad welcome of her eye that the words of common place greetings exchanged between the two could not express They soon landed and the nuns with their fair companion Were quickly established In their new house They set to work at ones among the sick and soon the effect of their presence was felt The disease died out without further ravages and again were the French hailed as the deliverers of their allies The cooling hand arfd gentle ministrations of these angels of mercy procured for the two priests who came with them a respectful hearing and soon quite a goodly number of the savages began Reneesquietfrom the redmen their respect and admiration as for some supernatural IntoIthem During the epidemic Renee had been so busily engaged that Tontl scarce had caught a glimpse of her Now that her duties were lightened they often met and standing together by the wooden ramparts cf the fort looked out across the river or down upon the town beneath them teeming Tontimaderelations but spoke of La Salles return his plans and the future pros pects of the colony Renee listened to him with fairest but the look of peace which she wore betrayed the fact that she was content with the present and satisfied at being there One morning a canoe was sighted coming up the river On landing it was found to contain three members of La Salles party sent to reinforce the garrison of the fort who bore a message from him to Tonti In this La Salle related what he had accom plished and informed Tonti that he had chosen to save time by journeying QuebecLouis and thence by way of the lakes as he had originally intended He ap pointed Tonti to command in his ab goodwilltoturn by December and wished them holdingtthe further duration of his responsibility with a good grace while Renee features expressed no sorrow This state of peaceful happiness was not to last however Within two weeks another canoe appeared bring- Ing a French officer from Quebec He presented himself to Tonti as the Chevalier do Baugls an officer of tho kings dragoons who bore an unwel come letter for La Salle Through this letter Tonti learned much to his surprise that Frontenacs enemies had so far prevailed as to procure his recall the previous autumn that La Febvre de la Barro was now governor a friend of Buchesneau and tho other enemies bf La Salle He brought with him a commission as commanding offl cer of his majestys fort and orders for La Salle to surrender the command to him and report at once at Quebec This was a severe blow Tonti was not disposed to submit to his depot tion gracefully To Bo CoaUuuedl Would Quit In Time It was late in the afternoon when the Scotch minister arrived at the farm house The housewife suggested that perhaps he would like a cup of tea be forq engaging In exercise Na ns said he aye taU my tea better when my work is done Ill just bo gamin on Ye can hing thc pan on and leave the door ajar an Ill draw ts a close In the prayer when J bear thf Iiuaui fizslnV L f r SfATI OD6S AND ENDS J HE CAME BUT SHE WILL Die I With Her Dying Breath She Begged For Her Divorced Husband Louisville Ky Dec 9 Begging piteously for her divorced husband to sit by her lied anti hold her hand In tho last Hours cf her sad life Mrs Daisy Btion Edits former wlfo of Daniel Edits of Jilt Sterling Ky lies on her deathbed in St Josephs hospital tills city awdltlns tho end which her pity sicians sly Is only it mutter of a tow hours TIme appeals for her husband assutances made by her that she wfluld not recall any of her past life to him ttnd the troubles leading up to thfe divorce wCrd answered when Dolts In response to a message from tho womans mother Mrs W 11 Boone arrived in this city and went at once to the hospital to comfort tho dying woman Butts and tile woman wore married two years ago but alter living together for a year he left her andshe returned to time homo of her parents In this city A few days later Botta was granted a divorce Short ly after the divorce was granted Mrs Holts created a sensation at the depot In Mt Sterling by calmly stepping from a westbound train and swallow Ing a dose of carbolic acid She was brought to thlii city and given medi caltreatment After a few weeks she WitS well again but the attempt to commit suicide did not soften her husband WITHOUT PRECEDENT The United States Attorney General To Plead For a Judge Frankfort Ky Dec 8 Attorney General Hays has been notified by United States Circuit Judge Cochran that Judge Cochran has called upon Attorney General Moody to represent him In the mandamus proceedings pending before tho United States court to compel him Judge Cochran to re mand the case of Caleb Powers to tho state courts on the ground that iho United States circuit court does not live jurisdiction Attorney General Hays will nrguo the caso before tho supremo court Monday and saya that It Is without precedent for time attor ney general of the United States court to appear as counsel for a federal judge In such proceedings The qucs tion will be argued as to jurisdiction of Judge Cochran HAS A RIGHT TO LAND Decision In Favor of the Louisville and Cincinnati Packet Co Frankfort Ky Dec 8Judge Parker of tho court of appeals after con erring with his associates rendered a decision dissolving the injunction against the Louisville and Cincinnati Packet Co which required It to land Its boats at the regular wharf In Warsaw Gallatln county The packet company and the wharf owners had some disagreement and the company began landing its boat a half mile below tIme town toward Warsaw An Injunction had been secured in the circuit court compelling the boats to land at the old wharf LAWYERS SUDDEN DEATH It Followed That of T E Dudley a Bosom Friend Smlthland Ky Dec 7It was learned that Chas W Watts a prom- Inent lawyer of this place died suddenly In Denver Col A few days ago his bosom friend T Everett Dudley died In this place When Mr Butler the democratic nominee for county at torney resigned recently because of ill health Mr Watts made the race to sucleed him Dead Body Found Georgetown KyDec 741ho body of an unknown man aged about 40 was found on the Q C tracks near KlnkaJdjWlth one leg cut off and dis emboweled In Ills memorandum book were the names Stlvle Taylor and Sis ter Mirage St Josephs hospital Seven Foot Vein of Coal Campton Ky Dec 7The drillers for Salom Welsh who are drilling an oil well on tho farm of J T Coons drilled through a vein of coal seven feet thick The coal was found at a depth of about 80 feet Swindled Out of 1375 Mt Sterling Ky Dec 7iC L Ter till a mountain trader of Wolf county states that he was swindled out of si 725 worth of stock here by two strang ore who gave him worthless checks on two Mt Sterling banks Death of John McQulnn Campion Ky Dec 7John Mc Quinn one of the oldest and most prominent citizens of thIs county died at his residence on Lacy creek of pa ralysis He had been unable to leave his room for the last six months For Assistant Clerk Frankfort Ky Dec IFox Res pes of Maysvllle announced his candidacy for assistant clerk of tho senate He has been prominent in demo cratlo meetings for years and comes from a section that has not had a leg islative clerkship for many years Farmer Hangs Himself Burksvllle Ky Dec 9J M Skip worth a prosperous farmer near here committed snlcido by hanging himself He and his wlte had retired as usual the night before and when she awoko next morning h was missing Death of John Young ML Sterling Ky Dec 8John Young aged 65 a highly respected citizen died at hia home hero afler a short Illness He served with distinc tion during the civil warm John Mor gans command A widow and six children survive him Telephone Wires Stolen Louisville Ky Dec 8All of the wire of tho Homo Telephone Cos lines between Preston and Shelby and Chestnut street and Broadway was cut from the poles by thieves In all 10000 feet of wire was taken Death of Henry Fields Mayklng Ky Dec 7 Henry Fields 24 son of Commonwealths At exRepresentathedied at Big Cowan creek In this coun ty after lingering illness of foyer A Farmer Dropped Dead Cynthlana Ky Dec 7Il Clay Stewart a farmer living at Conners vllle dropped dead from heart failure while building n fire In the kitchen stove so he could prepare his tireak fast lItvwas 58years old it bo t j 7 AGAINST MINE vV6RkRi Serious Allegations Arc Contained iii a Petition For a Restraining Order Louisville Ky Doc 9 Sensational allegations nro contained In a petition for a restraining order which was granted against members of the Unit ed Mine Workers In Webster and Union counties naked for by the Kentucky Coal Co The bill was filed In Owensboro and sent to tills city in or der that United States Judge Evans might tulle prompt action Judge Ev ans granted the order which shall bo effective until the next term of tho court In Owensboro In May 190G Tho defendants to time muUon are 18 memo bers of the United Mine Workers but not itll residents of enlucky TIll complainant allcgothat the union miners have threatened to blow up tho mines and assassinate tho operators They ask that tho union miners be re strained from Importing labor from Illinois or any otherstate to overpow er tho present workmen In the mines or from establishing pickets about tho mines or In any way Interfering with tho operation of the complainants Interests FOR KILLING A NEGRO Court ol Appeals Affirmed An Unusual Judgment For Damages Frankfort Ky Dec STho court ot appeals affirmed a most unusual judgment for damages In tho case of the Loulsvillj waterworks against Charles Phillips administrator Young Long son ot the president of the water company while driving In one of tho companys buggies or wagonettes ran over Phillips who was a negro and who was on a bicycle and killed him IUs administrator sued the water company for damages and got judgment for 5000 Tho water company offi dais claimed that Long was not doing their work when he was driving and that tho company should not be held liable CIRCUIT COURTS Those In Larger Towns Than County Seats Are Legal Frankfort Ky Dec 9Tbc court ot appeals upheld the constitutional- Ity of the legislative act passed last year through the efforts of Col Mott Ayers providing that circuit court might he held In the town of Fulton In Fulton county as well as in Hick man time county scat Of course tho net did not say that In so many wordp but in order to makejt a general law it provided that in counties contain- Ing a town larger than the county scat circuit court should be held also in the larger towp This ingenious bill was framed up by Cot Ayers First Regiment Election Called Frankfort Ky Dec SGov Beck ham through Adjt Gen Percy Haly ordered an election in certain com panics of the First Kentucky Infantry to fill jacancies In the list of commissioned ofllcers The election Is to bo held by each comapny upon the first drill night following the receipt of tho order Remembered Old Sweetheart Mt Sterling Ky Dec 9A will made 25 years ago by A J Hitt who died a few weeks ago in Bourbon county has just been found He leaves his estate to Miss Bettle Vemont a former sweetheart and relatives will contest The estate is valued at15r 000 Married In a Buggy Willlamstown Ky Dec 8Smith and Miss Bettle Redd drove to Wll liamstown procured a marriage 1U cense and started for home In front of the Johnson house they met Rev J D RedO who married them white standing in their buggy Two farmers were witnesses Chrlstmcs Beef Paris Ky Dec 7Probably the finest lot of export cattlo ever sold from Kentucky was a bunch of 15 head sold by J B Kennedy to Simon ODonnell of Plttsburg Pahey averaged 1750 pounds and one of the lot weighed 2000 The price paid was 540 per 100- Found Frozen To Death Kuttawa Ky Dec 7W J Cardln formerly of this city a dry goods mer chant of Sikeston Mo was frozen to death near Kuttawa Springs about one mile from here He had been visiting In this county several days New Publishing Company Frankfort Ky Dec 8 Articles were filed hers with the secretary of state Incorporating the Berea Publish ing Co of Berea Ky The purpose is to publish a newspaper and do Job printing at Berea S E Welch Is ono of the largest stockholders Hunter Accidentally Shot Cave City Ky Dec 9Charles Clark of Cole while hunting near here accidentally discharged his gun In climbing over a rail fence by strik ing the hammer He was killed The gun was ah oldfashioned muzzleload er heavily loaded Kentucky Pioneer Dead Beattyville Ky Dec 9John 0 McGulre aged 80 died of old age at his home here He had been a reel dent of this vicinity before Lee coun ty was formed and was the first man to mid and ship coal from this place Woman Burned To Death Mt Sterling Ky Dec SAt Bun ker lUll this county Teeny Crook aged 75 was burned to death In her home It is believed her clothing caught fire from a grate Neighbors saved the house and found her charted remains Boys Held For Murder Jackson Ky Dec SLee Noble Nltban Fugate Ned Napier and Mann Campbell boys ranging from 16 to 25 years of age were arraigned before County Judgo James Hargis for tho murder of Bill Neeco twoweeks ago New Oil Company Organized Frankfort Ky Dec 7 Articles Incorporating the Green OH Co were filed with the secretary of state Tho company was organized in Glasgow Barren county and expects to to a large oil and gas business In that county Dies on Her EightyFirst Birthdsy- Elizabothtown Ky Dec 7Mrs Rachel Ann Doran a wellknown woman of this city died on her 81st birth laY She Is survived by two chlldrei Mrs Granvllla Watkins of this cUr and WHHanr Doran of Lafluel couDJ 1i d7c k Yi di p i pi riiii Jt a i TIE nIGH CLASS DRUGGISTS 1 t AND OTHERS Tho rcer class of druggists everywhere are men of ecientific attainments and integrity who devote their lives to the welfare of their fellow men in supplying the best of remedies nnd purest medicinal agents of known value in accordance with physicians prescriptions and scientific formula Druggists of the better class manufacture many excellent remedies buttalways under original or officinal names and they never sell false brands or imitation medicines- rhey are the men to deal with when in need of anything in their line which usually includes all standard remedies and corresponding adjuncts of a firstclasspharmacy and the finest and best of toilet articles and preparations and many useful accessories and remedial appliances t The earning of a fair living with tho satisfaction which arises from a knowledge of the conferred upon their patrons and assistance to the medical profession is usually their greatest reward for long years of study and many hours of daily toil They nil know that Syrup of Figs is an excellent laxative remedy and that it gives universal satisfaction and therefore they are selling many millions of bottles annually to the well informed purchasers of the choicest remedies and they always take pleasure in handing out tho genuine article bearing the fulltname of the CompanyCalifornia Fig Syrup Co printed on the front of every package They know that in cases of colds and headaches attended by biliousness and constipation and of weakness or torpidity of the liver and bowels arising from irregular habits indigestion or I overeating that there is no other remedy so pleasant prompt and beneficial in its effects as Syrup of Figs and they are glad to sell it because it gives universal satisfaction Owing to tho excellence of Syrup of Figs the universal satisfaction which it gives and the immense demand for it imitations have been made tried and condemned but there are individual druggists to be found here and there who do not maintain the dignity and principles of the profession and whose greed gets the better of their judgment and who do not hesitate to recommend and try to sell the imitations in order to make a larger profit Such preparations sometimes have the namoIc Syrup of Pigsor Fig Syrup and of some piratical concern 4 or fictitious fie syrup company printed on the package but they never have the full name ofcthe CompanyCalifornia Fig Syrup Coprihtedon the front of the package The imitations j7tshould be rejected because they are injurious to the system In order to sell the imitations f they find itiiecessary to resort to misrepresentation or deception and whenever a dealer passes t joff on a customer a preparation under the name of Syrup of Figs or Fig Syrup which 7 5 3 does not bear the full name of the California Fig Syrup Co printed on the front of the package t 3 ho is attempting to deceive and mislead the patron who has been so unfortunate as to enter his establishment whether it be large or small for if the dealer resorts to misrepresentation an and deception in one case he will do so with other medicinal agents and in the filling 0 physicians prescriptions and should be avoided by everyone who values healthand happmnesr diIrKnowing that the great majority of druggists are reliable we supply the immense for our excellent remedy entirely through the druggists of whom it may be purchased every j where inomiginal packages OnlY at the regular price of fifty cents per bottle but as exceptions iexist it is necessary to inform the public of the facts in order that all may decline or return j tany ImllatlOnwhleh may be sold to them If it does not bear the full nameoftheCompanyi tCalifornia Fig Syrup Coprintedon the front of every package do not hesitate to return theJ I larticle and to demand the return of your money and in future go to one 01 the better class of druggists who will sell you what you wish and the best of everything in his line at reasonable prices Ltk 11IAMONG THE LITERATI One thousand four hundred and twentyfive characters are described In the 21 books written by Cbarles Dickens The rule followed by editors of both the Oxford and Cambridge Chronicles in the position of the letters AM and M A for the title master of arts Is that where the context is in Latin the form Is A M and whertItisEnglfsbfM The real name of Gabrlelle dAnnun zlo the Italian novelist Is Rapagnetta His fatherinlaw was Dun De Gallese a Frenchman who received permission to take that title on marrying the widow of a former dike The author is now trying to obtain a divorce Once a year or so William Dean Howells the distinguished novelist drops Into the office of the Ashtabula 0 Sentinel rolls up1 his slwves and sets type for half an hour Mr Howells began his career as a printers appren tice In the Sentinel office which was then owned by his father Ills knowl edge of typesetting has been of Immense value to him in his literary career John Kendrick Bangs the author who for some years has been dividing his time between Yonkers and New York is soon to become a countryman again I have bluepenciled city life be said recently My eye Is on a farm In NvEngland where I hope before long lobe able to provide an appreciative public with limited editions of squabchicken large paper turkeys and deckleedged eggs And he added slyly no item In either class will go out without my signatureMiss French chose her pen name of Octave Thanet In curious fashion Octave was the name of one of her schoolmates and was selected because It gives no hint as to whether the person who bears it is a man or a woman Thanet was adopted from a passing rail road car that Miss French chanced to see and is pronounced with the accent on the second syllable Born and educated In New England the writer has lived mostof her mature life In the west and In the south which has made her familiar with widely varying phases of American civilization Her first maga zinc story was written and accepted in 1878 DIVERSE DEFINITIONS A snob is a superficial figure consist- Ing of nothing but side A half sheet of note paper has post lion and magnitude but no weight- A legal joke is that which possesses length and breadth but is without point A speech may be delivered at any length on any subject at any distance from that subject- A sermon is the longest distance between two points namely the point at which It begins and the point at which it leaves off Some compliments fall Hat others natter i A BRAIN WORKER Must Rave the Kind of Food That Nourishes Brain I am a literary man whose nervous energy Is a great part of my stock In patlenceextravagant claims made of them But I cannot withhold my acknowledg rapeNutI discovered long ago that the very bulkiness of the ordinary diet was not calculated to give one a clear head the power of sustained accurate thinking I always felt heavy and sluggish in mind as well as body after eating the ordinary meal which diverted the blood from tho brain to the digestive apparatusI foods easy of digestion but found them usually deficient In nutri meat I experimented with many breakfast foods and they too proved unsatisfactory till reached Grape Nuts And then the problem was solvedGrapeNuts agreed with me perfect ly from the beginning satisfying my hunger and supplying the nutriment that so many other prepared foods larkI had not been using it very long before I found that I was turning out an unusual quantity and quality of work Continued use has demon strated to my entire satisfaction that GrapeNuts food contains all the elements needed by the brain and nervous system of the hard working public wrltr Name given by Postum Co Battle Creek Mich Theres a reason Read time little book The Road toWellvillelu plgs i T2gjL J She Forgave Him It tin come to ray ears remarked Miss De Flayne that you said my face would make a man climb a fence Yes thats what I said responded the diplomatic one1but of course I meant if he to be on the other side of the fence Chicago Journal On Him Ethyl to Gladys who has witriftsed a game of football for the first time Was Reggie on the eleven Gladys Well dear from where I sat it looked as though the eleven were on him Lippincotti Laundering the Babys Clothes Many mothers are not aware that chafing and much discomfort may be caused by the strong alkaliS in the soap with which the little garments are washed Hence the work sh6uldbo done under time mother 1irection4mionly Ivory Soap used ELEANOR R PARKER Diagnosis w amongtheSecond DoctorThe fellow who can eat with his own knife seldom needs mine N Y Son Pisos Cure for Contumption is an infsJU ble medicine for coughs and N W Samuel Ocean Grove N J Feb 17 1000 I dont stand up fob de trusts said Uncle Eben but I kin say fur em dat dey sin made as much trouble in my famly as crap games an boss races Washington Star AILING WOMEN Keep the Kidneys Well and the Kidneys Will Keep You Well Sick suffering languid women are learning the true cause of bad backs and how to cure them Mrs W G Davis of Oroesbeck Texas 6I1Y5It Back i aches hurt me so I could hardly stand Spells of dizziness and sick headaches were frequent end 4time action of the a kidneys was irregu lar Soon after I began taking Doans Kidney Pills I passed several gravel stones I got well and the trouble has not returned My back is good and strong and my general health better Sold by all dealers 60 cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y w rtlr 1600 an Acre of WCSRIN is the amount many farm ers will realize frcm a their wheat crop thit iVl11P year 25 Bushels to the Acre Trill be the Average Yield of Wheat The land that this was grown on cost many of the farmers absolutely nothing while thoewho ihe1 to add to the Ito acres the GoT rnro nt grunts call buy land adjoining at IromStolO an acre Climate splendid school conTcnlent railways zclose at band tazem low Send for pamphlet 20th Century Canada mild full particulars regarding rate etc to SUPERINTENDENT OP IMMIGRATION Ottawa JL Canadaor GoTernment M s FOR i1tronble4w- ithffls peeulUr to 1j their sex ased sa a douche Is Barret stoya discharges teals InfiimmiU MreaeH curet Icoconhcea asl nasx Faztioe la ia powder form to be dig vnter and far more cleansing heaF and ecooomical than lionld antiseptica TOILET AND WOMENS SPF For sale at dist M cen Trial Box sad Book olloaU TUB n PAxran COMPANT 1 WONDER AbtqluUly Free From All Pobo ASVPE cuA T For Bern Sflre Throat Corns fRhenmathm Ulcers Pilei UlexX bnncles and ill Wounds and Skin run rn sex HA ABEE- ronriiD JK 551 u 3iDayrSii wort la sa yrddur4wiml1- pjL C5atIptI4 f4 dyVkbItISIS WSS BOIAb SIlSCnCTCUia CO Ma Um MnMIU k PATENTS Spage book nsr hlvhaat reference VITZGJCRAWk CO BOK K Washington UK It is wrong for you to suffer from Constipation Bowel and Stomach Trouble when there is a positive natural and harmless cure MULLS GRAPE TONIC Have yon noticed the large number of Typhoid Fever cases lately Typhoid Fever Malarial Fever Appendicitis Impure Blood Pimples Sick Headache s Skin Disease Piles Stomach Troubles Heart Troubles etc are the result of Constipation absolutelyARemember we give only one bottle to each family If your druggist fails to supply you with Mulls Grape Tonic send ns this coupon together with name and address of the druggist and we will mail you a bottle we Try all the druggists before you write us as the bottle he is authorized to give you for this coupon is three times as large as the due we are allowed to send by mail The following will not be honored unless it is cut out of the paper ia one piece including the Patients coupon Retail Druggists coupon and Wholesale 4 g or Jobbers coupon they must not be separated 7 i CUT OUT TillS COUPON SIGN FIND TAKE IT TO YOUR DRUGGIST Wino IS snt16EAUTHORIZED TO GIVE YOU A FREE Cac BOTTLE FOR IT hereby certify that I have nuver taken Mails Grape Tonic that I will apply for only one IIbottle that I wilt not sell or give it away and that I will take it myself for Constipation and Stomach Trouble aa soon as I obtain it I I Patient sign your name here very plainly Write your full address hero very plainly NONE BUT THE RETAIL DRUGGIST MUST SIGN THIS TO Tltn RETAIL DRUGGIST This coupon void unless you sun name sad address on lb line below Send Ibis full coupon to the jobber of whom you purchased this remedy ami be wilt five you is cents In cash or trade for each coupon properly slcned which you send him Alliobbers have the sc soc sad f109 lues The tioa bottle contains neatly 6 times the site and j times the soc size I Retail DrurfiJT aijn your name here I Your address here NO ONE BUT THE WHOLESALE DRUGGIST MUST SIGN THIS TO THE lOUDER You will please accept this coupon If the same Is properly signed and jive lo the iclailer buying the remedy from you 35 cents fn cash or trade for same Thlt coupon void nnleis you sign your firm namoand ad Jiess Forward all coupons to us and we will emit you Jl cents for eacbconpan properly lifncJ by the ccusamer reliiler and yourself Jobber sifnyonr nam here Address beia Cut out the above tIe coupons in one piece Do not separate Y MULLS GRAPE TONIC CO Makers No 147 Third Ave Rock Island PRIC 25 Cts I I I I U vii nuiw IS GUARANTEED TO CURE tirwiiit GRIMAD COLDNEADACME AKB NEyMLIIA L won sell AiilMJrtptne to a dealer who wontGwirauitca Is O lor four MONEY SlACK IF IT BO X CCE 1 k4 1+ s TI H OttTLOOK PllBLlBHINO Co1 OWINGSVILtE v KYL sr PER YEAR IN ADVANCE hi i A1dreu alt fltUthUZflCfttIOflS 10Iti Tiifc OUTLOOK PUBLISHING Co or 4 J6nu W HONAKKR OwingBvHlej I Subfloribers desiring a change of tho addreea should always give previous nddrt P when writing- Carregpohdents when out pf sLitat tionery should mention fact on aM Bppnrate slip of papirlii NbcnniBJiBslon any body on pubicriptions THE OUTLOOK is ent one year for one dollar six month for Mxty I cents three months for thirtyfive I cents n THUJISDAY DEC 14 1005 A Glaring Injusticd We would like to know by what cnurso of reasoning and on what a grounds of equity the ity Council It of Owingsvillo requires THE OUT til LOOK to pay U per year to do bus ineu here when butcher hops ireAa 1J1L7 charged ojilyJO barber hop k millinery i tor 8 750 phyi ian 0 dentists 6 blnckemiVh ehop 6 tinners 0 Jewelers GhotfU6 fi hoarding houses 3 restuurantR3 for all these businefcseB and profes pions make n living for those who follow them und we duly you to t name a proprietor fU printing IIy Ocoin this town who over rondo a a living out of it and ycu have the whole field to select from in the i 1 year from 1868 to the presenl time a j A few men who have haul other re a sources have run newspapera here and paid their dwtits but we urn b 1 C1 fully warranted in believing that no one evcr mude evin n frugultMngibiit of the business j tellyou frankly that the present 3 proprietor can notMimko a living I4L 4 f out of it for he has found it out 4 thoroughly by nearly fourteen jeara experience TOE OUTLOOK Is fi 8mHcli a drugstores and o 1 rncrX ctbteB Men have made cotnpeteTicies but of those busineKS es here tt The licence system way bo heces j iary1o eke out the city revenuel4 I built Doesnt warrant it ing injustice usle practiced ugninst TOE OOTLOOK In truth it IB not a reasonable license but a penalty Wuite It doesnt matter lhat the proprie c4 ton bus reiources outride I1i pay e bi8Iull proportion of tMxesontbiit h property In fuel lie and two oth cr members of hia family pay fifty 1 per cent more city taxes than uny bodytlio except one taxpaerUTaniI 5f On the other ccedsof our printing busineSs we diburu in wages end other 7 4 q peIea tflbiL1iiflt hoJrtowi e fIy reenLnionkhth the tunn 8 peeple fwy tojr for business If t tow n ecoultIn puiy expennee i a vfe mint be chafged forJuf vwnnlrig a newspaper it should be niuuiiIntl but when it conies fo der the circumstances it is Lion ent upheaval ofthe RutS D6n people either make n free state nntItn racy It may t e 13Sr aneaunablynettle Meanwhile 1 r s love andpeace quletuLIC a IYt tlfl U a 0y Ru8Ia Is a good plac e r0 from x l5CTSTBB8 friends claim that recent BCceMionBrof Generi l As eBablyiaeh 16 Vankifc assure their champions election to the U VS Senate on1 the first ballot Up doubt Blackburns friends can I make an equally good Bhowing The game wilLbe out wjien it la i played put 5z S4ETHEBK i5 a iTrospeci That fife fr P n i i banal expenditures will t j twVeniilitted in Congress There ia a growing disposition to con elude tlUt Uncle Sam bit off all 1 he could masticate vfien he un dertook tlfat piece of intcroceanic ditch wnrk COXOBESSIONAL pro c e e d In g 1a I prnmise jo be rarely interesting ft this session but that doesnt mean 4 that one person ia a million will 3Jread the Congressional Record 1through each Issue a 4 I sr A CORRESPONDENCE i Bethel L See elsewhere Sanderson obit u ryEu1- ea y i 4tS f aj Jonas Warner of near Monip- t eldattendedchurchhereSte1 Sunday toaGHO Johnson of couBly for 250 f Franlr Boyd hai purcliaep t her Cley Turret fur near Yt Hag paylAg 140000 cash fo 403 a acres II The furnace in the Methodist Church has been replredanul we Iemn BOW have Uro Fizer Will preach next Suuday Forgo Hill v s 0 Moore sold eljc 100lb hoat to Jus Clark Inst veek at Ac- spentY Miss MuirguenIe Reeves t irIrday untlI34nodzty whh her fdesd Mrs C MooreI ofSIoha iHpentiiSaturdiy Si In dayyitB the tatIly of Ji des Craig R rnii8 wife and lit t Day 01 Frpe Creek ravisitingtliefua s J 7 1L I4ieI4 kills daughi er a 1 Xthleea lftt at Leea SumxiI U No ipeett Thursday Mgbt wifli 1ifleyae1w1fe V a a ls i icJ t l bsi I i Ja It I TiayDrs Eranch Toni Stonetrn tea vrv s1ek SilaR UaffeVf iold foiir tiPeed it LatiVrnni at 2S0J Iii ilurlicr iioa ic d iIubter ie day Iit vek at ttuDurjt Crcuuc1 ibnvd tht day miyn IIicuina2tnv near Rey nt Joseph Lath mm and wife visited IrtUcru pirents A K Coylt and wile on Irlckly Ash Sunday Miss Mollie Goodpustur visited Suit Lick Saturday null Sunday Sallie Slyera accompanied hy oute- V r Slate Valley O We are havirig very nice winter weather Sam Sluilii visited his mother tlearRuler Toy went Lit White Oa IsSaturday on business Elder Willliolt failed to Oil his appointment here this time c John K Juno bought two year steer cnlveJ of hi sun AudiIififteen dollars each Wynonu Sorroll visited Sarah lic Ferguson near Craigs SatuiSday night and Sunday Chris Garner some meat itogeloljars per cwi for them Grange City of Mr Umpstadd and wifeof Eliza ule visited Lila son Sever lifrotn here attended ser vices at llillsboro church Sunday J W Lawson antI wife of lien ingsburg visited J Al Newman and wile Thursday night t Miss Bertha Royee visited her sister Mrs Win Snedegar at IVhouilng Saturday and Sunday Win Colliver and nephew Carlo Colliver visited T Barnes and family at Salt Llckla8tweek SSulturulet3benefit of the church Every oi invited SpringfieldaEdwin Smatbers is on the eick listMrs O Bromigetn has been sick the past week t1reSterling Sat5rd y Ed Taylor noel wile were HI Sit Sterling Foeeduy- Mifs Miranda Fleming visited in wingevilloFniday C E SinatherBlTnd wife were lit Owiujfsviilo Monday Rev Meachamn pulpit here wn filled Sunday afternoon by Hev Uogersof Louisville Miss Anna Bromigora who is at tending school at Owingsville v is lied her parents frcui Friday till Monday Fairviow Hodgcr8j8jable tubo out again Robert Kincaid finished his new barn lust Week Joe Reed ami family visitedJohn Garrett Sunday barrelsrtcorn at A C Ilendrix eolda milch cow to Jake lloyd for 28160 ry JobnEden was in titIjtrt on business last Saturday i i Several growers are dpoolTstrip ping tobacco in this part Mr Barber of White Oakran here on business last week L W Hendrix sold to Charles Horuback some hogs at 4e Miss Ethel Maiden of Salt Lick visited Mica Dullie Davis Sunday WnllisceKarrickreiurnedhorae from Suit Lick after a weeks vieit Rey Ed Crump closed hIs moot ing SUnday night after being with us for ecmo days We feel hat several have been greatly benefited at this meeting EndBJessie Pendleton is said to ing of fever Boone Downs little child is very ov with fever I Wm Clayton has sold a tract of timber Col North tract to some Northern party John Denton i Co bought of Wm Clayton and J E Piersall u tract of land including the etc ire house for 500 Arent you glad you dont live In Vermont Macaulay the itintonl an was right when be said the Puri Actionrj v We are informed thrt Dr H H Lewis is dangerously ill Doctor is one of the old andmurke Ug belongn to a type of men of whom few now remain Wo are inform ed that the grand old mans liftS is slowly butsurelr ebbing away Little Jennie Clay ton visited her grandmother Mrs Nichell this week and was accompanied homo to Salt Lick by Miss Alice Miller On Miss Millers return we asked about our friends In Salt Lick but jt Beems she saw no one but a Mr Cappoyse Lookout Mr D W They are having a devil of a time in hlo purifing politics and lauding Roosevelt and Taft to lUC Ken18Vgitog nd thoy wilUkopw they hada yflght Insteadof purifying It looks like u blending of two political fac ttipns Ohio iRepublioans were treacherous toHerrick anti the Damopraffv 8enefblo people took advantage otjL i SI C ks irless Parks has bten quite ljFp st viweekO Pergram inoved bet week Iiui fiirin cm Peeled Oak te viMth Mrs Henry Johnson is viMting ecsaLtweek Peed k Lathrndt shipped threeS carloads uf uattlo to Saturday f E Mia J D Tttrley anti little daughter Luna of Stilt Lick spent v Saturday anti Sunday here Chus Reed moved from Peeled F 4k here last week into tho IKIUSU lajey vacated by B W Russ B F Roberts our lntndsowod night operntor went ayto see his best girla wedding oon Craies George Hunt sold Jim Collins a ttlfTor50F bought two fut t of Buddie Wright at fio Mies Aunts Toy visited MUsesIda nd MiunioUkry at Forgo Uill undey d Hnrve Scxtotiujid family of Ow i fugvilieunday Gum Toy irndMfasM yrteBurnes Fiat Creek ttLIti Dr B F Wells Mrs El4f riftrlrisvclosed her cehool beret clay jSfith a nice treat to the ohilded Mis Emmie Waren visited her sibter Mrw Thomas MtGlothin at lit ore mines Thursday Johnnie Hutton rft Flat Creek pent Saturday night and Sunday t ere with his grandpurents G W Hatton tend wile XT Hlllsbbro Nr i We had quie a wind storm here nightie J B Sebv sold to John JaIl one cow fur 150 per cwt S A Dowd anti wifo visited rel tives in Bath county Sundayt McRoberts 4 Zimmerman sold to John Callfour yearling steers for 86 Win Planck and wife ofHoopes ot III arrived hero Wednesday lo visit relatives Bro Gilbert Fern a student a t Lexington Biblo College preached at the Christian Church here Sat tird y night nod Sunday l5heinngistratea have contracted tar n telephone lino to be built from the county infirmary to cur nect with the exchange here Clew Villinms has moved to tit 0 property of Mrs Rli by JrayIuuteb y vacated by V R Saunders It U Mrs WillintnB tirst wove she hav log ben born reared and married at the property known ns the old Clark lintel John A Clark ha moved into the hotel vacated by Mrs Williams and will still run the etutel Stepstone Mr W T Pelfrey loft Monday for Mrchead to visit her old home for a few day TlioF H Turley has gone 1 liousekecpirig in the Joe Jones house near Corinth Church Our typo last week made us eay Richard Garrett Jr instead of Thos Garrett tins rented the W T Turley atm etc Fleming Pelfrey of Morehead arrived here on a visit to his son Capt VT Pelfrey and vhfeun d to do some bunting while here Chits Henry of Olympia was here lost week putting up poine flues forJ Breeding and W J Lawson so that tiey will the better bo prepared for winter Our doctor fays be is a member of the Fiimingers so guess every thing will be kept In applepie order tround here but then of course housecleaning nlwaya begins at home Mrs J F Wilson who lied been to see her eon Robert and his new MjersforJyand reports them doing well and well pleased Mrs Mamie Parker and sister Miss Mattie Payne spent sever days Just week in Ml Sterling vis lung her daughter Mrs E AFlynn and and her brotherin law WmBlevins and family James Eldridge who was BO sick with typhoid fever nt Ford died Friday night und was buried there G W Eldridge attending the bur iai from title place Vo extend sympathy He was a young man just in the prime of life The lady that was holding Ott ittin Pullman palace car feirard Kan for 4 or 5 days some days ago was one of our neighbors and a woman always highly respe c ted We hope that she will come but other troubles soon and be herself again she being the former wife of John F Barry who used to live near Sondheimeri store f fiAVe had preaching In tfe new ihlSundayIeaied vitii It1 but aarry to h in 4ijet there was still a debt of about 360 ngainst it They collected about 100 ot this amount during the meeting and will give aCourt day dinrfer i the Oroar building at hit Sterling next Monday to ns Slat in liquidating the rest of the debt Every one in that place that day ir earnestly requested to be euro and take dinner with them in order to help the good work along All The News 5zer Year lr Upper Rnckly Asl IN of Cariisle hesitedweek I EttulMrs itinlle Mondaj y Mrs MnrihaSwetnum fell nriJ Sho inititittueSSeveral from here attended the prittteundayOscar Chandler anti wile of Baldj vixitcd Chandler liinhlyJohn Tuckotit lind family of lat Creek visited F F Tuckott fo and faintly Saturday nnd Sunday Richard Hunt and wife of near iranda Nicholas Co after a ten ays visitito relatives here have g returned homo Alfred Gorier and wife wont last Wednesday to visit the fortiierB a mother Mra Mary Carter who con t linueB dangerously ill d R L Stone and wife visited BS i Hamilton arid wife on ROBB Run Saturday afternoon M rs Frances Hamilton accompanied them lioun Mrs SaBle CartunlljiaB bfokoA 11 ii Sh and lie r yvii haughterwit Ii lenruierawile on Flat Creek Mrs Or t Cartmill has gone to Owln Bville to live with her mother Mrs Loir iiPierultMoores Ferry t Den Shrottt bought thred shoal of Leslie Atchison al 6c Mrs Levi KNS1I of Linking Un Ition were visiting G B Myers andV wife the past vtekrThere have been pevpralicold days 0uewittIer bus sure come v Harrison Wills hns beep very IIlwith an abscess of the boWeld ant no better at this time Willie Atchison uncN rrt Carter returned from Tennis w where they were cutting log I l week J E Johnson was iiav fl n cow fattened here at his fajm She iled lust week Buppotcil aI u too ninny frozenpumpkin Julia Rogers returned from Mil ijoin FriduJf He had Ien there two years Ho il going to eitay with his brother Jessie nwir bier e next year R E Carter and wife ent t Ml Sterling last week to bee Air Carters mother who WHO vJry sick They returned Sunday nid toil Q M re Gaiter was some better I was repotted herO Sn turd ay that J tmcd McDonald of Linden yi I T tIled a Few dutys ugwith Iivet Tho PeOPle of this cotumuntv ty were sorry tu hear nl htsleHth He witH reareti lucre Mir MclAint aid and wife went west a ftj r ycurV ago They thought they would have belter lieuhh Olympia MM H 0 Irwin was in iltSler ling Friday v fTr Llltlo Ada May CoRtigatilias been very ill with pneumonia but id better vJi K Jueksnn UB agent sold two houses und lots of Mrs DuraCuoks to Dr ClarkS ifMiss Iva Oakley of RoeVyRmi yUittd Miss LizziuSwartsSuturday and Sunday Miss AnnaHickcrsonof Winches ter fa1 visiting her cousin May Northcutt this week Mr Hickerson and iwq little daughters of Winchester visited his futhur in law Dr Clurk George Swarts sold ISO dozen eggs fifty geese and several rhick ens to Torn McCarty Monday Mrs Sophiii Jackson ofSaltLiclf visited her sister blow Mrs Ida Jackson Saturday and Sunday I nm glitch tOjCompliment G W Young of Farmers who a here ats tending our meeting Ot his good singing Everybody remember our big meeting in going on day services at haUpnst ten am at night at six oclock conductcd by Rrja Sipplo and Johnson A1are cor dially invited T Married Dec 10 at the home of the bride Miss Curtfe sirurts ii rid John Griffin The bride isthe oldest daughter of IL D Swarts ceased and his wife Mrs Liz ai Swarts The bridegroom is the son of G W GrifDn andis an in- Utistrioua young niair Va wish them a long and ife Bro Sipple performed the ceremony Stoops Miller McClain was nt Salt Lick lust week A Born Doc G to A s Anit aid wife an lllbson A A S Bridges line beguIlheerc c tion of a stock barn Clay Grooms little son of abhn Grooms is quite sick Mrs ThMtaas Roberson is fllowly recovering from her sickness Mrs Little of Lexington visited tier mother Mrs JM Stullj last week Its not every blrdin a giI ej age that can sing the sweetest of songs John Warner visited his parents near White Sulphur Saturday and Sunday Ray GoodahofnearOwinpflyiliei visited relatives hero from Friday till Sunday ngdelayedof the dry weather Thos B UuenilItoneold toi J C Mclntire of GeorgetoiTh a3jenrr old gelding for f 145 v 3 Thomas N Coons und wile of from orth Middletown visited relatives right re Saturday and Sunday your Young di Kisvick sold their crop tct 1tteltteeti to J N Hislu at OJand About fiOO lbs at 3c the yoWhatgrowing wo coaldnt grow tall enough to look over Mt Difliculty it to Upper CitytiRev Roger of North Carolina eached at uf cirnoonliuulsher Hridgcs Bros bought last week one wtheGay by Highland Denmark paying r him 1250gThe hardest battle ve havo to sjo fight is that with Fate At nn time during the battln do we have a host of a show but sometimes we keep from getting whipped niNeslarge number of POOLS will take thoubt3ngqiiest than writing about it Wo were pained to hear of th death of Out friend Luke ShultzN who died at tint homo of lets unele P Shultz on Peeled Oak FriJ uty November 17 He lived here a or several years und we never ad the pleasure of knowing a uoro generouEheaited upright young mIen Luke Shultz was born of rsomo 26 years ago was the son i Alltn Shultz of Murfreeshoro n Tennessee In fighting hits hat Ics he wits hundicupped by ill health but fought on bravely un til the Master bade Urn march on through the dim vista und enter Eternitys unlocked door Five tfltd ago he was united in mar toMlss IdaRobertsondaugb ter of George Robertson deceased L who with wo children aged two nnd three years respectively sur ivu to mourn their loss For the uit few years ho had lived I a Clark county but bad raId out bis perfonalty preparatory to go ing to Texas being lold by pity ficians that u change would bear fit him But alas ere be cone d carry out his intenlionc the Divine Ruler commanded him to enter the Kingdom and nil attempts made bya patient wife antI kind friends to alleviate his sulferii g4 proved tuLle Tin roraiini were interred In the Stull graveyard near Olympian Springs November 18 Peace to his ashes A WOLF IN THE FOLD Des Moine lu Dc 9As a result of being attacked on the floor of the convention of the Equal Suffrage Aisoeiation of Iowa Charles Wolf editor of the Alton Detuocrat has written a letter to the president an d press superintendent or the uso Iixtion recommending that all ciii dren be tuiken from their mother lit the uge of three t eeks and xa Ixtd to State supported tirphiin bocics o illit time tnotlHT muy liuve more tithe fur polities and such thing Tne Wolf HowlH art the erratic lowii iUitor teruit his letter have rdiited sueh ii stosulinn ainmig all elub women of thwState thiuiG runt r CMbveland is loiiked on n un ungel compared with Charles Wolf Itis the wmuen of1wa agqin t aciun try editor and to judje by the letter ihul iuc puiirtng in to every prominent Iowa club woinun Irmn iittrs in Illinois Nest York and xlliiver tbV nation the affair will become of riiitioniil prominence The trouble sturted very simply Bach year the E jual SulFrtge As itociatlon oflowu apptopriutes raon ey lo be expended in promotion nnd pUblicotion Every time flie Leg Uluture meets some champion in Woduces ti bill to amend thee con atftuliiin so thut women veto ThVprppofiltion muft firlpnss the Legislature and then be submiUed to the voters of the State Tlio bill pnsscd one House lust session and Came within half n diuisa votes Of passing the other Miss Alice Prieetof Sbennndonh State superintendent of prees work addreased u circular letter a few weeks ago to Iowa editors ask ii theiatoi publish thu suffrage dntic- dwhIch she enclosed Scores of e itors did so snipe because they h lieved the cause to be righteous others because there was space to till and little news Rut whea Charles Wolf editor of the Altph Detnocrut received his cnpyyV Instead of running it out he Snatched up liii pen and on the spur of the moment dashed ofTa letter to Mias Priest The letter was Unconventional to say the least being addressed to u stranger Hero is the letter Miss Priest re ceived MiesAIicePni6st bhennndoabIi Mv Dear AliceDont ULi think you ought to g0t married anti set tIe down Thats what God made you for You cant fight battles Why should you help wake Irws The home is the real thing in this World It la tile tower of refuge the saying citadel at hard pressed man Make it as strong as you can Without it there is no refine ment Without it roan goes to perdition Dont neglect it to uicJ die with other attains It Is enough that martthe more rugged half of the world should be buffeted by it He receives dents enough from 5te rough corners It is fur woman to hind up the wounds and make men strong tocpnrjuer JYoii ntvec heard of many hus bands or sons going wrong where there was n noble woman doing si- lIrtherpower to make her home en nobling did you Honest how Dont you think thu ifall you women who are working for stif frage should decide 16 raise sons who would Vote right you won Id make the world better much faster Vban you are now doing A hot no is alittie world It is a queendom Rule aver it like a queen Its duties arebendles No woman is so cay a beXthttt she can spate nay time from leer h6maKif she makes it wi at JVsnouId bb Why not study to tike homes such that men going 1 s- I L thenV would Cut rang for 31ft TjhereUHa vtmt it Id fur taifrtl8Yoii havent exbaiiBU a tulip if It yet You uhin who want to bo in limelight yhy donlyoii mukb ur homes an example to nil your- ighbierhoul hlokrthemu radiate live and truth tend virlucUtimin Is imitative Your example ihd be followtd Instead of ill ilucticingyoiir weaker ulster to neg led leer housework und ret out and imtir for tuirruae why dont ynu flueutee tier to tbevery tutu in power to mulct her home such a j as wilt make strong inca nod iplileti Such a tine that lit r hits j and and wins will be gtifd to get buck to it and stay in it instend of oing astray while she iintl the girls to the sulFrngc meeting The world of tomorrow will be composed of the children of today Made them strong in wind tend body and moral Give them lien ght rending Study their health their diero lions Study to make thorn into that fur which ey tire bestlHted Do this and 1U will have no time and no need or wouian suffrage CtiAKLES B WOLF i Fur two week the postmasters tit Alton nod Shenandoah were huulcr than they hud ever drcauied of be Ing Vlitutlly ever day there was a letter for Mr Wolf at the fame time that Miss Priest was unload ing lien box Then the letter went tue rounds the Iowa press even being trans luted Into Dutch German Scandi avian and Danish It male a lilt and Charles Wolf awoke one morning to find himself the target of criticism from women who hail formerly paid their attention tit 8 GroverCleveland but now hufl found a new murk So matters ran along for u fort u night not being untdejuiy the bet tcr by n letter with which Miss Priest replied to MrWoirasserting that Phillips Brooke John Stuart Mill Abrnliati Lincoln llulpli Waldo Emerson nod Theodore Uoosavelt were equal sullragists or by the reply of Mr Wolf in which he in quired if the mother of all those great men had ever clamored fur thebulbt Matters were at this crisis when lie Equal SullVago Af pnciuiinn met in convention at Pind urn Inctpnt uf difCUStting waya unit nieiina to further i lie campaign to win the fight thee women proceeded to Jump on Voir if Alton Every town haa its clown find Chntles Wolf is it in Alton Hes been trying to marry oil every old maid in that county for years ito ashamed of him 80 did Mra Adelaide Dullard of Hull former State prosidenl exeo rtnra c tbv enemyand the live htm drcd delcgatearns6 and cheered Thereafter having given veiit t its feelihsjc the convention pro ueedcd tn ltisineso Jfi Hut Charle tVulf njKrrled a few Aveiks tijo lifter he hjtd penned tin original letter to Mi8 Priest and naturully Mrs Chare Wolfede sired to inquire if jfiere were any truth tibiiut those liicinuati eon iernlnu Her hufrhaiid tenth all the old tnaidi It wo uselrss fur tin husband to explain hint several hind died or moveii zswty buf re he could get annrid to them The only wuy to divert the c inv TS a linn was to deliver another dread sid Mind get everyboily his wife included to talking about smie theiugelseSSo Wolf reached out for hfn pet and indited miiaterpiice The nest day Miss Driest and hIra Hal lard received copies Ilereiis To Adelaide Alice and till the rest Dear Children In New York City lecently the Pdeiety women gave a dog thinner that cost I COCK Thej didnt gorge themselves on roa8ld g nor f rie dog nor slewed dog nor cold dog fricassee our any thing like that but swelldom simply got its dogs together and fed them at a banquet table with flunkies in dress suits to serve them choice viands on costly china It was interrupted once xir twice by starving people from the slums asking to eat with time dog hut auccespleIn view waman incrensing- b interest in dogs and politics and ciitigover to the orphan asylums The child should be taken from its per cuts at the age of three weeks and named and taught to eat brnakfast food and drink out of n bottle This would be a big boon to the feed mills and bottle taotorie nnd the dairy interests and wood help to solve the labor by tire vidingeuepityment to the idle It would also alleviate the stiffeninga of somecif our island pospefiion 1 by creating greater demand for one i f their chief prodlicti rub berfor teething rings and otliej necessities Our agricultural col leges should begin fsperiincntjnjj ot once with cows and goats am reindeer and kangaroos to see whim i sortnf icilk makes the best citizens Themost important advantage of this scheme however is that it would leave the mothers of the fend free to devoto more time I 0 the great cause which you repro sdnt Of course a large per cent of them do not care n baobee Hbolit your cause but sooner or later they will tIle off and you can educate the young up to It Some are already being ethical ed A few days ago there caine into my office u bashful youth with soft nzure eyes and a chjn covered with the peach fuzz of incipient manhood who naked me to sign n petition in favor of woman suffrage I lit down on it like n boarding house habitue at ft club house ban quet anti sfgncd it in nine places before he had time to get out a re monstrance or injunction uAh yes Alice and Adelaide I umnowa firm believer in womnii suffrage as a panacea for gput and nil other human ills Thu kindly mention you made of men jn you r convention wits enovgh 10 convert any main I beliovs cVcry vvbraan r 4 p i e r i 5t E1c E j5 Virginia Sereeiied and Pluto Cannel 1 C WRITE OR T1LIPIiONE ROSE RUN IRON CO OLYMPIA KY n the world should he allowed to votejit least twice on every qiie tjon tliut comes up This would enable her to vote on hnth idea of question ned wake sure nhe i right It would he well If tilts privilege were also granted In most s men Ifa woman fan vote twice t in the morning and then get home t ind sweep nnd bke and uiakd the beds and do the washing and iron ing and read up on the issues and get buck before the polls close 6he should be dltowrd to vote two more ttifles Qfcourpe it will be neces utryfnr her to d tiln r own lmtipe ntiffreugefurlti kitchen for if3a week and the man of the houe will he vn hirty coun cting with female labor thit he wont have time to do more than wipe time bnhys nosp oa the run I am firmly convincedtliat what this world needs isjnore sndiyui men as Carrie Nation and Sii nq Ueatrice Anthony and Lily Lent try nail ftlary Ellen Lease anti MaryTuIkerCleopatra and Rely Lnckwond nnd Mr Ctt and CfiiinifM CI3iUIyI and Heliii GiUgar Hnd tteceiio get out and kick the hatidilter and spit through their teetharid take an interest lu thiiigfi We need women in Ch grcss to frtund on the hurricniie dtrk of the ship of State anti di frctthe fight on nleomuruuriue geiieusllieaid until tie riirs in ibeFr teeih while they careen over the pniiipnP as it were and yell Whoop lal Down with anwreby the Clan nu GnuIlc tiinflu the highbinders jind Scicklics lerrJe 11111 mi with tlio StHis nid tr r prIeiwords to hat effort TliiilV the kind nf fetxiimiIwe nei to nnike this universe rear up on il liiod IfgH anil piw the nir tenth n nirliki is mi Ir calf in tornado YVU tot t Homo cited bildrtii Oh jHing the li utile and hiliireti CJiri i he govertunent nrjilnni uiSI inns and woman sutrragc and lm e tin liime andchildren 10 the KaVajjij wh knows nnilunir nf biilloi hoxT nj dog rvMiti Lrt lieu St tf ratfe tliir cli tiLl till jei old enough to hift hit himaelf tend tlifii tore him loose and let lilac go home White his mat Ilir is out running for tittlcfl lrteitingtin n tnllc tit u dog Joitiqiift he can gljand act drunk So Curl bis ji tejpi After that the Stnte ini liutriiisiuincn1i took after itt son mid the State home forjfuywnrd giri oin lnuk itftur tlc daughter Is it not it beaut ilol sehetuc Let tie man who says the Chrfatv inn home in the nations gtcntcKt safeguard be tarred and feathered dr shot Teach the daughters of the lurid that their nt to wake homes but to get into phi tics and biiiinisiUy and by ivectkn do away with mntrinioay and home altogether and live at the lioltl and hiive ji heir on earth lint will dis count Dintes inferno 100 per cent Should any one IsstItuu froci these reworks itist I bold woniuu s Sphere to b the sphere God gave hertime sphere tfjie wilt always with thee most glory to herself and honor to her country the epiierp of a pure systetBitiic intelligent lionie makerI pay if any ons should Assume such a ridiculous thing ho is wrong iamwiupped up hodj and our In theworJBan stilling movement There1 linsant been Jime torn re ply but it will be forthcoming in few days Iowa club women s c not sti easily vHiitjuiched MR MAK RHGKUS was hanged at Windsor Vt lat Friday for the cold blooded murder of bet hus band Immense pressure by inter IIceIZiflover the United States was brought to bear on the Governor ofYeruioiit to induce him to commute her Sentence to imprisnnacnt If cipital punishment should be inQicted at alt on maLta or woman U looks like MrsRogere fully deserved her late witness the following account oft her crime from nn exchange The crime fur nhichMrgRogers was sentenced to death won the murder of her husband Marcus Rogers at llennington August 13 1902 At thee time the crime was committed Jlre Ro ir was only nineteen years old She hunt been separated from her husbund sow e time und wits desirous of mnrrjing a young man riauiedMuuriceKnapp On Ihu day of tho murder Marcux jRogers went to Uet niiig0n to visit bH wife and that night she itt ranged to incet hiii in the woods near thee Wulloomsiuc river While caresing hint sue ihdiird hini t ullowher to blurt iiis bnndc and while he wit puaeItsl she cliloro fotunid Jiim In this ctei wsaaidert Jjy Lii Pt hm a hitlfivrttidbiiv ivhir ivis hevii v the r1lnn wIt h wAoui she rKtttrJedAnijlJcrwomati 11 Estella jiate was prcfeht t r RogerPerhitint bitdy into the river where it was found thrihext days In order to divert sujpicirin that woman wrr ta n hole tnylIIgISgivighiImpreSston etIatIlck1c Immediately after the in c- iMrsRngrs endeavored Ircbl her Iibtid hIft iosuirtineh aoiinecL tn 2Q0I and soi artaient 10 Wt4 r umre Tor tlitfrJiflu e wJiere fjiei vJl peeted tv Ihutlien FIle had ronA H tied KnupiK r A few Nys after the rourdprt liMrs Uogerr Perbaio emil the BiitesVi wfitvan wTfru nrresterir 3 Peril noil uindn4ipe cnnteitmn ac1 bothh unit 31 ts U get wer found guilty of iujirier lit the Ihrsr degree rthathes fenleqced lii Imprisonment firli vlulo tb f verdict jn lrfl fter 8irvcit death oh the galli inn IiiwUenuwer ifla- liit U IrK I jirt Pertcl jrjITj 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Paracamp fVwi on this proposition V jnostremedy because itia Iean sefc sure a aT quick in its action VtX- i for boot of tAyjaonlals Re v member Piracainph feed amideec bT122I5t1ned rnirser hospitals antiathietca tb ughouttlj 1 Sold only in 25c SOc amid JHflO bottfc v THeJaracainpix Coflipany Lo isvJliK A JPHN T KINBROUGH SO 3 ll i j 5 t i