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rfianyNKWoSE8R8 possible and IB order tpio I rea1Ibet J B8UetJ ELL CMKAplER jKc BETTBB qp6p8T8AK OT8EEt jiliuBe frlwids tpv trBd with riieV W13efl30uwaflt anything ins yiite iv sp CALL and 1will jp 1441 ZT U MOKTEO1 V gMuY i jrtt r Fa xr11irhe i U1eketOdI wfll be gluil Lb8- igwJjIierQ buy or nct i 3Xouf friend JlXia GlLtos Yi II r t r 4 i a fr If t jrif 1 t t tijs J rf HoJ fJ tt Iii j il r jr i t7 t f 1J i d PERSONAL AV P Perry was in Lexington the pst week L Chas Brother of rcsltigtou waa heroisunilMy Mrs W O Mclntiro has recovered from her illness Jodo N ll Pjiitcraon was in dGltof Mi ytcrliutj were hero Sun day Judgo Howard French and Bridges Whitu of ill Sterlltiu woro hero Saturday Oo S Brooks aiiA Mark McClure WinchjHter weru with friends hero Sunday Dr 11 H Lewis of Salt lick IIt with lufliunatory ihouinatism and doesnt Improve Misa Muttio Woodson flames o west of town has returnedfroui a visit to Winchester Airs T II Brown returned Sunday from a visit to her lather D S Triuubo tit Carlisle Mrs John Triinbloi of Camnrgo visited her nephew DrW O Multi tlro and wlfo lastwoJc JIarold Juhnspiij of Mt Sterling was the RiYt EitorJumcll M Ros- eLJiirduandrIdity t i EujH Peters of eorgutowrijniade ljlCiIJP t Miss Nannie Snunclors i f ShArps burn came the past week to visit heriLiter MrS A N Crooks Mlss Jeunio Elliott returned 0 i day from a vlslt to John lltchafila wife ut Knbxvltle renntIlobertTiOBUlti after a stay of nilino with T la tlcshero apd tOlytnpittvrcturnediM Frank fort last week r ifrs Ed Burl sUld probably Mr JljinifH will leave this week to visit llfumflyofCulumbnsO 4Eliosi Uarrcs nd wife of WlnIi chcsor werp r9uf BW Heflln zinclwlfoSuntlay nod Monthly Mrs iianiosisJMrlls islerl-4MKsX Ulf Atclilsou come horn fouUitC1chtuiaLi CJunsurvaturv of Jiasio Saturday to Mpentl Christmas jwitli h parent Win AtctiisoiiaiKit ldaJ 1l 1iSU 8 jVJrtl Jnd EIlillth 0dtitl utter is ivlslt tu1i6UthflIflitn and wiC- eMeir1rtMunre InkLhbut1l1rte Winp 4eMet n irleWir jirt cI1tig ItfrInliwMrs JiIfltisflrlnct11at 1i the 1nrirsAouhrldW1WttdllughtrEWH11111 03iwif Tlinrailnrupd Vridsy Vihllot Grl HJr jtiit sister ti wilt omu froin airs tjaiini Cro W euliottl MIiI vUle IitllItr9Tu JkihnVT 7jtvun 41ua1 fmfly Wpfdfit wU nrullllP tll if M no MiIWzr Pit r4 rsi49i iif atavtaJuttt4ftWd tIti 01 J 1IItIl 1htIP4U gmIII1IILk wiii tarUil weZcitiiedto LOWU air llrfiMjnttto Atchisou rOIII whuIt hcm dItelItthl U- sVevrsntrYat2do1ui Itt WueII3a- tbdtinr1 I TahIi I1uiir1y I iutlr Lltnrsiiliia strvHt whilst oil In niiitttuiisrjtttuti licxliigton Len 4 s JhP 1ex1ngL41u1j 4JhZUtt- aCil nII1 EsttiftriEiit Pllf V JJ ha pbihlsi4rtJte n nusidtnuntii1kgeioIirinhtiiitUrec were tfltt ented4fy Usa pretthist 8IrIfksu hlsti MIbs Edna 1- nlllof ltud rpilHIi4pMl sj3i1i JMcGlhurs of lltLJy c Mfs ilcrQrHqisJ4 ktiowirin uriclul circlce ilr vlu visited MIw Ii UlB Atchkou t p4dsyigIiLbig entwslghited- th liipterIE pirtirn jthe pounty liafelciiVerlngtt ho ground jhldpep snow didnt extend far easl thi8iown Totntiiilinjrpingto Cnr nhAnd wife nee ihhiein1ins- nhfShteValkyn Iff ID eon 31 rs slriras atthe borne of her father ILl Geo PJohnson near Shnrpsburg eT2cLf1uving sold put purl iiusInind g tn leave Jfer ewftr rielnalLihai ire indebted to usJtnv please caJL 3 nd settle Voaatl Lor w1wqRtrkco Y mtlS1CHAHCIiLT CDMIJ- ADtJlime2MRois1ibowss e KC ted CbaBCtllor CoKHJHnder by the O w IfiKftvl HeLodge oTKftig ht ofPyHi ius I week if the youngest maD to hojd tbiPssLIa may Cot E lodge InKe tuekyiheleiRgOntytwenty threa Il age IAHEa Nitrt WEKicJ Tns OUT rooK will b puWti hetf next week and we hrtpe our cotrespo dents will emd in theiriterag h1111CC fejije nltworkol1j1hristmu IIDt take week ffe teafee this announcement soMe of our news repurler think wo vill no issue a pap- erch14ft8nB xMwBvJoB jCowLBspEATn Mrs Pe Pity D I brr ljBhe fEi4dayipra ha Wy tlirSJa Xawhere the ftm- y1es4t Itst lcCeThletery of MPOWC8ae strick 4wJiKpTriy twerityjqj e days previous t her death She was Uughteror th elder WilUamcRag land and hit wife Mrs Gillean Raglnnd both deceased Sho was roared Iftre and at Raglands Mills on uppe ilijcklng river She was jmaried oJh Cowlcs anJ lived lar8onsilnl8Sifora IOD time ft r Co wles pnco here before their inarrlageand worked n1llIe sadiller8 trade with George Abraham Mr CQW1es lesives tvo suns both growuJbhn iini LFred Sho aitsVjisteppfsMr John of tbi townV rrhemany ralutiyes and friends oUne omhIycj section heard W1thEOrrOWTLe news- of hedth v ft t1t0 J 1 FOUND Handsome piece of jew dry Owner apply toJ J Nesbitt CONTKSTED EIKCTION Jefferson unwell of Salt Licit was hero Saturday taking depositions of witnesses preparatory to contest ing the election of Wm A Young to u Set in the Kentucky Grnerul Assembly from the liuthllnwan i strict FIRST SJKKT AND SNOWA heavy rain Thursday night turned to gleet Itstcr nit butdbora with u silvery platingof Ice On Friday it ritincil Inter snowed and on Saturday warning thin car h was blanketed withn inches of he bestutifiilV McCoiiD lU8Mt IL P Me Cord of Red House and MrsLucy Cohen Fans of hurp burg were married by Elder II D Clark at the home of Mrs Leo Games nrc Mt Sterling Vednesdny of lnet week She is the widow of Julio Finis who tiled about nine years ngo and hue two children son Cohen and n little daughterof- her first mttrringeV Nfivy Ivor PO1FIcERs0winizs villo No 87 Knights of Iy- tftIiiuieLlriday iiigbt knd elected ho following olllcerd fur 6i6u1ag tfixmonthsiGhancollurCnnirnabdcT James M KvssrJcei Chancellor Ellis C Byron Prelate MDFsrisv Master ul Work NMlIlklnciM ter of Exchequer C W Gondpae Master IfFiI300CeEdIiByron Keeper of Records and Seals J J Mark Master of Arm0WCons MXUKIAQE ENGAGEMENT T he- mnrrillgecngagementnfGJurlo Paxttm Stephen tbo wellicnown crackerjnck vendor of Mt Ster to Miss Peachio Shields of South Bend Indhs announced to take place Jun 17 Mr Stephens n worthy youngrnrin mid by inj iugtry isod thrift has prospered well lle1I1 preparing tOllu1onI prippoiger between herr undMt Sterling Jan L to make thTeotrjp3eachwu3 per dny lit also talking1 of tnlliihing due confectionary restaurant und ewurch01lehere KILLED nr TittTlio body n W A Johiswnn1it barber aged 7 years of MorehDijd was found near Olympin Mtind y morning John u 41IUllclItoi1 tSItirhizig nod jl- iautpased that un his reuiriiSm dij1 utht 1e Ml n iTt ihi Vxprrss li was kHpci Thiliiiiiywni bail manglcdlhire MI hlttnhrW fcrjl botljea Tvf fs y1h lif pocket AjuiiiirJIyrtiV natnc nT Itilnifun Mor iend was klllciff l y n trill II ear Preinn four ytura ngp lust rAtiguBt Also lnlii F JishniunJr1 liiiscuunly witS tilled tyRtrnih I TlrllrSteplitolil bout t vjyzrBng is ii f knoJvnwhelhvr thoMorf heist ttjiriponB killed were teliUed eiieh siLlier v IN FATKTTE Lrxingifint Kyi UTfIIIXllamnearihis cityM ii nrtnto seeking the Ludnittt iwo outlook for iU good rtrviVal iyvery nrtmiiflng jj met AVHlSInilc Ihenther day and he InJdcI hM3jukeneogeTiy to the ylujDj go I wehhv out and visited the InstitiiUon und George fieccaeil to 1io getting along very Well Ho was glail in feu sde1 Claude Burns was uln getting nlong well Many IIijhcounty penpicremernber him Everything cnnneetediritlr thelasyiuin Rtomrd 10 lie alhin eood oolld it Success to Tni OdTLo k SYuurs E L SAXFORD JAUTS A MoDnsitos DJtATUo ndsY Indiun Territory lecl2 1D05 Death eteppod into our homaund tbnk from roo thy beloved hu ban J Juines A McDonald HP died jit his homo in Lindsay I T Nov SOa1 JO1 minutes after 11 oclock p m utter a brief illness slow fever niii khtnevtroulJlo- U was 6Y rIl5mifnthshndi5 days old lie wan afoori of the late GWahd Sibbie vMcD ndldor Mobte6Ferxy Ky lIe and wi fe removed to PurtLa VBcaTexus in 1902and removed from there t Lindsay L TiDcc 11 1004 TKe funeral was held Friday BroBaJri onTciiilihgv burial In the Lindsa cemetery He was sick for Bev rut weeks before he took to his bedjle worked us Ions as he could go Ha was confineJ to his tied only eight lyfoCiriVter bo gin down ho sold 1elf8dld wellYdie but I hate to leave y uOhli- tiw often I can bear thni ringing in my eorIIHe said he wahteduto ho buried in the Lindsay cemetery He joined the Christian church the age pf 21 My home is to lonely nrtd dark without him He wee always so good and knd to me through so many lung years of sickness J thee eaIymisa thee in this trouble some worldbefow I wltLrforgovtIogond pea- 1e ofLiddsay fir their kindness to usdurlngriiy husbands ihl- nesnehruvthg J sister M Lizsie EmaillDeof fpit Lav cDfTe as Oneproclousto my Mart Is gouo The voice I Is stilled i The ltltcop1ndevacmtInmy borrie nOur Father In his wisdom called The boon his love had given itTba body molders lu the ttr1vo- s The ebuL IS safhs1HcavcnV wJ BBLLitcDONALDV VV i7tp a t I t SoctiTX EVENT At a dinner given last Wednesday at the beau ful howe of Mrs T E Jones lit Wheeling V Vaan aiinouncciuent wits made of the engagement of her cousin Miss Frances Mays to DrR E Stafford Baltimore MiseMays IB a trained nurse and very popular in socIal circles She formerly nursed at the Salt Lick Hospital hut for Soino time has had charge of the Woodsfield Hospital Dr Stalford is a wealthy und prnmi nent physician It is thought the wedding will tako place In thiuriurly spring CoNTniistTED NEW REPUBLICAN CIIAIUJSAN The Republican Committee ofUalh county S electedO usa r WBarber of Wyoming as Chairman to sue ceed Reuben G udgell resigned Mr HopIclinic the nominee fur Sheriff ut the late election No other changes were ro u tie in the Committee Mr Hurber will servo until after the Presidential elcctior in 1908 Mr Barber is u young attorney Iud was the Republican nominee fur County Attorney at the Iatechs a tio leading IIliclHtin voles Ill ceivcdexcept Mrs Bettie Williams thf nominee tOt School Superb lendent t MiSs ELI ABEtn WILSONS DEATIJ Mig Elizabuih tVhlgfln died of grip Und jiwralytia ht the iQme of tier J8teririIav MM Bigo Wilson near lower Slate bridge Saturday1 night anti was btirifd in theWileun lot nt tlieOwingPviiluCemeterySun day afternoon Decensed wzsged SSjear She was daughter ot JcrryWJIson and yua born and reared near the mouth ofWarwickr Run onthoBxth county side and was n sistjr of Bl jj Wilondecea8 ed She Clime about 1863 to residu with her rpterinJaw nnd had inside Unit her botn eversincetMrs uncy Lucy icttr IB the only surviving member wf her Intherfi funiilr ACiiniSTUAa PLfuIiss Julji l Iiott the yunu rig clocutiouift U shrilling ii ciiiupnhy of Owlu siille Imysnrlil jjfrlslor the prwriiatton in VsJn5isdy night Dec flItthe Court lunrii of thJdr raii Mrf hopsy Tjiryy Tje tpiupe hisS been rIlreJJIUy chosen and enrhQnr us igned to the eiianuter Vttf taiyi rd in xhy wbiliiy of UK rrtutrin lLtis hiip Td that there wlllv lit a crowded hsrtu aroet iinil W riti rfHUP Mis Julia II nl her iMiinprtiiyiir tliitue talerit The cuct is w ffil frer ics1iyruiy fJ Ni ity VllIrt411 IJniiahhhitst enuinjIEt1iMrt ClajrendonTopfys mot he lMiuuiie lNck ii 11 isq S prljTups5e govines litlam Jnikon Lord rarenseii rhti joghisI m nl iThrtirhlcf t1irIlauid Frank tuildeui MjiHnitfipr Banks TjuimpFdit A- DLUCOII j Junes pillar Ufitlle1 clrm rJ Uman Kfliott Nedii BerJSrhrCtJouett JJyroh Alter the play Jftw Eind Muy C n etYIWitCIIartdtrtttun ffitht l r1ie Via f oNoftu D KIVK Qucw1sLVohuIititiy to t nt a bwtintaiee ra usttsI wiiysJw the tifi safe rul wit h tB nynen J3u furced toh nbstineneIIIB bteninAmt ri cli the parent of immeHsurHble dIsh hiinesty sad hypocrisy From tbiI herI110CC njiveuient was u free lund Inoulcittcil the principle of pelf restraint TIIIi ilithe ferse r plynfll1ehyI Bishop Henry C Potter to the ro cent Inquiry of a W hingtlncllh respondent DUcuseing tbo suiject of prohibition which proinlies to be an important one before tillI coming session of Congress by rca eon of the htteUipt Unit will be made to re esUblfeh the canteen n tho Iii my and to give prohibition tlJJbp Indian Territory when it ip admitted to Stateliooil Bishop Putter Deferred to a recent discus prob1Cliijtative of Jus views r Most touchingly doe Bl hop Isjt tee declare hlll8clfreslrltjnri IB the only principle tfttital abnti C tliut willuver be successful in tim e uistry Ab what triumpHsalltter this fashion I can recall he writes wherq club woman hits a wiltand purpose and vivjilance itFringerw- hule Hfo overflowbngIttauiderr- ice into the others until that other b i8tuggereduto1I1 1 to tile fet again a childs eeU die trust and a mulls strongth of put pose hua fought his way baalf at trust to a 1 mol sai ingome where in you God line shut up this strange pwer of nfluencinB some other and of redeewJngsozue other life sold under its buse dominion to 8a base appetite so that Itt last it dish be tree We may make laws until titers ia no part pf life that their rcstrictiunB do not coverj stud then we may sit down and wait to see them do our wpr nlid redeem our brother man BeHave mwC- shall welt lb vain Tiueworld woRe for lovothe vigilanceof lovoi the service of love the sacrifice ofiqve The whole moral sense of the com munity iBcongested with theories oftealperan reform which tins jn them pvory rCrteHtcellenrebul that p fp rpf sailar service ThemisfQrjuneo those who aie adyocatlug iohIbirry iiw wheth er tUty are Tipplfei U 53andaJ jut r j at i Mens arid Boys OVRfQALadiesLong a n CRAVENETTES i Goats Gr venettes Best materials lowest prices WilKyou give us a look Then you are sure to buy from us UNDERWEAR OF ALL KINDS tRED LION SHOVESH gn and Regular Top custommade solid as iron sizesFSLESSEB Ir V v Perry c05 Old Stand wtek dny udigyiS Is iiJI1 their fceal sir PIIC 1I1ljOtldlhl a very Sod o ject they fall tu ruvo iiizc thV in Unence of iheirmet hods u pon Vh viuind of tlmeo ivhi look at a urjVct hti s microsoopicaliy and e widely oust largely titan they do dm Ont be denied the hys teririrj und abui fve denials which one sei9 nr hears only furnish to n ohilostfpbic iiiinil the stronger cvi deuce tr the denitidihat u C ofill 11 sv nre wimed hurts risen side Ity side sith- the preynleiice ot those laws i and the observation nnd published eta tjticsnf edical men ih States where such Inwit hiveobtained open n hambero horrors into which r heart to ask you to enter jiikecd the wonder is that that cfiiiniber does grow more iippallinj tiii revolting eVeuy3earV t Uishop Potttr giles on in his co nraents to say that no roan can beuui any duubt 11JIIUt the etiorinsius dangers to our modern life of the ilruk 11IlJltund he realIzes that qufcer things have been said ubeut hiIi as it Christian Bithop because hofdnfes not belFevo that prohibitory laws are ai succesaful aslovingnp pials to the sensb and sensibilities ofinenVlhe remedy for evils which we all falikc deplore he Bayp doe not lie along lines which hitherto we have followed but demands a much wider outlook a much wiser melliod and most of 011amuch shore constant personal service than any that hitherto wo have rendered or even contemplated Th drink habit also demands of those who propose in any wise to deal with itu much wider outlook than heretofore hits been recogniz ed It hoe cnpllpl1lltr to attrib ute the drink habit he continues mainly to two thingsthe conyi ial nt nol and an inherited appe tile f would nut underestimate either of thesebut IIt11 persuaded as rbavo already indicated that theeecatjses account as w mutter of fncfdravery small percentage of our widespread and prevalent Inebriety Kishop Potter then enters into uierijii1oti ourlmodern times and the exacting and monotonous Jifanf the daily wago earners tho majority of human kind Referring to this life ho wrlttsOo we ikuoV how mechanical and monuto notis at last it may becomeand do we khow what n mechanical monet onynt length takes out ofII sean For until we do we ore in no post tltin to judge our brother who at tlie ejid Of hjs days tasks turns to- stliuulantStr narccticBj which to us moy be Abhorrent Ills Items andrypurs ihavo you qveccouipijr cUHlieitt iiie leisure di 1ulmi1 ff rL L Winter Veight Main St Owingsvillc Kentucky MIXED CANDY lFiVE CENTS PER LB HliRtC IIibli his environment and yourBhis fond and the conditions of its prcpanu lion his recreations companion shipllIlltno word tile resources andyoursdoyou know not how like but how iiiterly unlike they are And yet when you talk to this brother mhh youure surprised ttmuIJltonnd in him tastes stud aspiration not unlike your own You will gather from all this how superficial how utterly huli- uunriirtiIl1lIninctp of that doubtless often wellintentioned zen which seeks to make men ard women virtuous and temperate by- a law of indiscriminate repression I do I do And if I am sent lucre tp tell you that und to entreat you to discern that most of our dRlld generation are tainted with fuUe hood dishonoreii by essential un reality and discredited by widespread and consistent fuilureThere q n drink evl andypu und 1 must not ignore it There is a task for Christian men and vomehJU8t here to perform and you must not shirk it But let us begin by trying to recognise the faots und then let U3 strive to donlwith thorn in a vuy worthy of their par tentous significance The life Of well is nccussaoily largely passud in their homes strut whatever lueehonisma we have do vised for better the conditiou or varying the IDonotnnyUf widen log the resourcesof the poor mans homo have IntO aa a rub this de fectlliat they touched only oneor two ruerubera of such a homo and habitually neglected the vonian who muHi forever bt tne center of it j and who in the homes of the poor is oftener than otlerivisc the prisoner mast closely confinedunit harder worked of all Do you know now what will bring largest relief and sunshine to such a toiler Weliit is those wliuse tasks grow daily snore cactingand whose labor is if not more incessant uioro monotonous who are among the chief patrons of those places und indulgences that we regard as most eYtLVIt ia in vain that you tell the working wan that the saloon Is evil until at least you ufo honest enough to recognize that there are features of it that are not evil and tlmt us often as otherwise those are they which ho must ol all prizes and oftenest tHree to For ex ample one man goes to a saloon to get an intoxicant anti fur no other rtfason Auiother goes there for any one of half n dozen other pur poses refresh merit amusement compahionship information phy sical easement businuHS appoint went or mere change of which lastho more prosperous man glues to his clul or next door this the inbtJIflIISVIf sensible peopkregnrul r tI tr 5A BIAS GIRTH Blanket Cint Slip Woat Coma Off LzV Bugjy Iobes andjVH- Or thatikg jifl1ve tilt fergsttiiejc of RolitB nnd JJoft i fvtt to tiLts town rtvt tirdi from the chnipesi to tho best 1 n tliint ilirtfl frbiii tlfeCA ifiills arid nih ihfttVV ctlin to sell tliPhi cjinpir tliaii nvnr Rulli stut eBluuletiuyfrg1rnorselilnnkotsetli VV I Special altteritiori to ninii order v EutiEN MINiHAN t VOwingsviJk Ky f 1 E4f RAOKET OftE9Co- me J 5 and seb btiinit5 ass6lfraiBrit oi = CHRISTMAS GOODS 4 4F4WTetf tthe right pMce for every piiisV Bring SV yoiir boys and girls to Sde tfitf Toys They can then Select wHat Santa Clan j is to brihjj iHcin i- Storybnok3V 25105V1C Ttu kaV 75 557 35c Linen A B CbonksDolls go aftVV L25e Qloth bound books VlSc Doll beds c 25 Toy pianos t026c Toylralnft JOc HoniB 50 10 So Stoves 511Oc Accorjleona 2 125 Aj BGVblQck5c Toy Banjoes50e Sleighs i t hiOi21CVVi 5 Roller chimes 25 lOu Musical a VjJ 5ci JMechanIcal4 TdpiDollsCfj tI lOc 5d le New Line Holiday iMshChina cabarets 3c Vases 2bIJirtrParlor lumps l5ff 125Sl Ctlitnil saucers set 125f7oo Hand lamps 35 25 lac Fancy dinjicr platos etf 125l75o Glass pitchers 5 3D ISo Fruit saucers ffiirSOp iUlltdbO18 17550 256 Blustacho and siiucers 252dc IToy tea 8et 35 25 15 10 3d I quo ornnments 25 5cFAlbums 175 5025 20c iiuga 10 We hare gifts for all agefeV v 4 HankerchicfA glove bnxeR each 25c Ladles hand bags 1VW iO25G 5 Toilet cures 2 81 50 75 50u Fancy iuk stands O r26o f MedallionsV 25lOct I Jk 1 1Headquarters for fr s11 Nuts uu9 Ciindies Fancy mixed candy lb10c JJtrcd nuts J15G Grocers mixed candy lb 5u London layer rnieins Ib l2c Stickeuntly lb 7c FigsV VV lbJ5o Fireworks to burn at burning prices Torpedoes box 511 4 ball roman curidlea JoCac 12 boxes paper caps 5c 8ball poman carirfIGs Ic eac Toy pistols 105e Air rifles 50c 15bdhlromstn candles 24oeac VPAthFoil EGGS 4- slWLUEEL rp II 1 JT J JONES p t U AGENT FOR I COJLnAll ocrs promptly attended to Prides low as th kj j lowest Telephone 70 inrkcenuVwholly itisliop Iotier cin luifeslits 5101I drferrlllKwent ill En1isnuIVot3Ving it hiS dune en in tidhiVguuII that it may serve as n bahat reform The iriHn win viatus gbin rum r whisky must go to a place where they are sold liy corporate author ity Tory much as under the dis ltry m in Sotillf Carolina J1telindlvulunl sutnidY1TIvern not thinks that there will yet Iu found tire proper details which will mnke the principle adaptable to thiltl cohn try HH closes by referring to tho sdeno he oli9erv d ORe suinmef night nflcr iright in the Tivylf Gardens of Copnhrz1eniiIiu 1 wish I could reproduce ihat charm ing and altogether healilfy ahdut tractive secure here He firrlber pays that It might become n part and that n typical part of the earn mer life of this country f Tire guldens referred to do not CLlffef esseiitiafly from similar liu stitutions in other Intgo European cities IJrjxufirnl In arrangeniont und brilliuDtly lighted ono finds there i n art evenring throngs of people belonging Io hlt cIpsseY pof society from the nobility doa men wonicn atilt childreu nil well gril1ipIIot jlruvetkeirItLtkehtts Vtheiuver 7 L vniWt1k about tiijuigwheu thueyhinI TJcifUrtirnutut dad tbV wliok5C1flIUVhI luruieatcif by rf churmlcfg spirit ot refiiiemunt sin serene sociabilIty which cunhi t lint riddgrbuttyVtO eflnjoyinenf of life ttTbetvt6 O tlg1tn tIIlaitrhllt lacer i1ier ip fio pfrtrilcfy dbouCVit buttlVere Dreathes aff tfnoB Pat iitzItIreVvliichi Commander 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please Im Neva Moore 4 j i Neva Moore Now you arc JoshlnT But she merely shook her head I for months have done your washln An Id like some pay she said t strangerIt 1 And although I scented danger t Hoped tho promise would suffice True you somewhat disconcert me To remind me of this debthak f But you will not now You will do my washing yet Open wide I threw the casement 1gt As I heard her slam the door And a shrill voice front the basement Merely answered Neva Moore 2p f Yonkers Statesmanmj s A jIt PtA ROSE OFtc jI f I NORMANDY I i p I I f I- CHAPTER XXV COSTISCCD 4Monsieurle Chevalier de Baugis r lie as he handed back the com I imso tbe Sleur de la Salle is al ready on his way to Quebec in Igno 4 f rancefjhe events that have taken hereItp receive the commands of the new iJ vernor My authority Is received 4 Ifrom Steur de la Salle and to him i h4 J alone am I answerable for the safety Ii i of this fortress He will undoubtedly 1 y i forward his wishes to me at the 4SJ 7 ft9 earliest opportunity Until I receive l Z 1t iC ycommandA gard you as an officer of the king I toamy j 0 The chevalier was greatly angered I at this unexpected resistance but aCtertl stpIshed he displayed a surly demeanor He received Tontls courtesies un graciously and spent his time in writ JagoutaIleagthy complaint of his subordination of the commander b tauaala charge which be purposed sending to Quebec at the earliest op portualty Aspo messenger was dl rcctly available be contented himself with viewing the work already accom- plished4 with a condescending air that expressed his contempt of everything Trite Ideas were those gained from ex perieace in civilized warfare The ne c4 cessltlesv of campaigns carried on 0 t agalasts savage foe he knew nothing aboutT The Indians did not take kindly to It aew representative the great 4 king and viewed his contemptuous attitude with much disfavor The men agreatel1tbuaM when they were Informed of the newcomers errand murmurs of dlssat f Isfactkm were heard mingled with 4 muttered threats of mutiny In case be took command TonU quieted these 4 outbreaks as well as he could and env deavored to treat him with the atteR suesti4 potatingoutihe reasons for the yarIoudCdevlcee used ia the fortlfyiag of thc lace and explaining In a meat rthe plaaggaa4eJy La Salle for Snanc6 aM ltttirogjgtjiit of tIle coloay They were engaGe I oae moTBlBg when Renee passed near j them on her return from the town be Slow The chtsyalier followed her with admiring gaze pullIBgHnI i t bfautlfal doaace Whence cosies she7 I It is a pHty for one so lovely to waste f her life going about ia such a garb Sj She Is oae sent by the BUBS at Que t becV 4d Toatl coldly She lade voted teher work aad has proved of iS PJa Ibvaluable alstaBcetoU8lntendlng- wiP th Mc 4i F Y IMfOWontiBUedbls companion l IIIJl aot jalad being ill with such fi aaagebh l KBtook a violent dislike to the 1 aaafrotherataadkepthIacyec- J ui him at all times OM day he came to T J4 Toad with a trpHbtedftce aad report aScbevalter attempt to speak to Reaee i t wkea he met her TMt t1eBeCOB- dMet tisse sac had teatorcedt run Into bar lod to e his attention 4tt ra8edbut60UghtITIttL a 0 the eaeecater She not wtehlag to be C51 c ii t eeHeUl jBcreasiag the perplexl e F tteaottkettsatIoadeUghtott1 lie e matter ad bejged hiaiaettomake 61 any move In its a alr astkchevalier f 4 was not likely to repeat the dls C9srteeT Toutlyelded reluctant i sharprty carred again Poaapon realizing tholr i po8ltloa of Tontl determined to act ar i theijVt i of Te U aad who worshipped the fair J ft Reaee freai A distance These two i seateve allies watched carefully for syrrsharp eyh orPOB11tO caught sight of the ttpre of the chevalier lounging z t Br ReieeaIodgeia sack a spot that I she woaM lIave to pass near him on i her retur tashSapjeareEl and 4 i the oIIee with a sweeping bow I ROIiCkt to engage her la coaversatloB t ae pushed hurriedly by without t looklag palBHe strove to detain here fcf her arm She ut tere4 a attjlrt ery of atersj and fled Tt the chevalier was sit1 dYf e tL3I Me which was lighted 1Soii Jk Sipa4tIoi be wag snaking ist lil wMaa eCltferbe stopped awi bit his luiU at every iiA JoHlBiifer for a rhyme L cetti he Iiii4tered A knock tf the Sleur de Boisroa Ht tatriiiLII P wy lalrHsIoB Chevalier k LbrrIeIly but clelermineil Iy h kifr ie g wofcJ oCiinlsj flr Ji1 rf L I 1 it f rrr 7v 4 t 8 7 01 4 ff 94 7 itlJI c i PiIJJtJt1ljrpJ tt I i i8f HAt41 m r L 1fj tijr 0 i ItaJ 1tlrJ J r t J 14 a t WhatwanmgcoIttmaaderI shall shortly be give to- 1heaas asked haughtily Tis this resumed De Boisrondet quietly you have come hero and are suffered to remain as the guest of our commander the only commander we recognize M le Capltalno TontL You have publicly behaved In a manner discourteous to him His men his Indian allies aro devoted to him If ey should become incensed I could not answer for their conduct clhlllasre with this threat was the sneer g inquiry Why does he not como in person I shall not hurt him He knows nothing about my er nd was the quiet reply There is another matter I would speak of also Ma foil more offenses Go on I ppose I am a schoolboy and must bo reprimanded You have been seen endeavoring to force distasteful attentions upon the young donneeMii angrilyAmev I bchooseWho but the priests are there who will rebuke me- Another such action and you willale to deal with Capitnlnc Tonti I warn you it will not seem a small m gaSoof yours will Interfere will he Pray tell me by what right he assumes to be y censor Is he her brother or husband orThe speaker did not finish the smirk upon his face suddenly faded away During the conversation a small figure climbed noiselessly in through the window behind him As he was speaking he suddenly felt the cold Impress of a gun muzzle placed against the back of his neck and he heard a voice that chilled him with the grim determina tion in its tone Finish that sentence or make a single move and I shall- owbl your body to the four corners of tod room and your soul to bell Take UP your pen and write Say that you a tree to behave with all due respect to y our hot that you will cease forever all attempts to communicate with the dannee or to annoy her in any way aad that you will bear no malice to cither of them nor towards the two ot- ulpresentnow The man although brave could not r press shudder at his predicament and after a moments hesitation wrote aa commanded and signed his name with a flourish Hand It to me over q shoulder continued the voice hen he did so the weapon was removed and he turned quickly about see the form of Pompon standing behind his chair Before a word could be said by anyone a knock was heard at the door and Tontl entered I was just making my rounds for the night chevalier and I opped to see If here his eyes fell upon Baugis companions and he paused In wonderment I have been receiving some of your friends and have been entertained by their conversation the officer began blandly They have doubtless come from you as their errand was In your interest They have procured a little writing from me by means which though unpleasant have been effectu al Tontl still more astonished seeing the paper In the hands of Pompon took it and read the contents He flushed and raising his eyes to Baugls said earnestly I trust chevalier that you do not believe me to be a party to this pro ccedln My misguided friends have takenfnr different measures than I fhould have done But since the matIter has been under discussion I say tht my desire as to the young dunnee is that you carry out the spirit of what you have written here But to show you that I put the matter an entirely different footing onI I release you from your wordandI thrusting tbe paper In to the flame he allowed It to burn lwl1l exact no promise but will say simply this The d fonneeI1sa gentleman of France you realize that any further mayI a dnnoyanceli berElIn giLdo not Influence you know weir that I am pledged to guard hrr person from danger and her mind from unhapplnes Should you persist furlther I doubt not but two swords be found about the fort that will de termlne the matter between us I have no fear as to the result you were in Paris at the time I vanquished the Comte de MIron I do not believe you to be a better swordsman than- eh The chevalier stared In astonish meal at this speech He muttered at the close Parbleu I recollect You 1dU dtheComtedo Miron Then suddenly his face changed The flush of anger died away and rising slowly e approached TontitCapltaine you have shownj JIIeJII fault he said have a thousand pardons to beg of you for conduct since my arrival Y ur Uhide in everything has been com meadable Your last alternative has ao force with me A brave foe de arebraveommandsooes respect That you are generous you have shown by the de structlon of my written promise Let us be rivals nolongr may wenot befriends And with an engaging smile the young man thrust forth his hand impulsively His voice rang true and Tontl grasped the proffered evidence of goodwill Let us rule here conjointly con representaivemander I as the representative of the king commander only In name for I find I have much to learn before J can take over the full responsibility And as for your faithful friends turning to PomPon8Bd Boisrondet their zeal In superiors cause is worthy ot lay thanks God grant I find such faithful ones always around me Tonti was about to reply when p sound ot shouting was heard In the yard of the fort and he heard his name call dSoon the sound of run nlng steps was heard shuffling over the hard ground the voices came nearer the door burst open and the figure of a young chief darted Into the room Blood streamed down his breast trots a fearful wound while a gash across his head showed that he had been scalped He stopped before Tontl an inetant The Iroquois he cried Ialag delivered his message he swayed fell to the floor and after one convuWve shudder lay stilL fCHAPTER XXVI CONTAINS rANiACCppNT OP THE ATTACK ON TIlE FORT AND HOW PLEDGET nrtyJroQugalle to centralize thp French and In ty 0rt t tS Jw c II di se largettlementthat would be impregnable to future attacks had resolved on striking one colonyhadBy rapid secret marches they had ad vanced to a point within a dozen leagues of the river and there had waited a suitable moment for attack One of their number an Illlnt youth made prisoner In their previous mId and adopted by his captors was sent as a spy to mingle with his former ansmen He had reported to them the absence of a considerable force on a hunting expedition to the westward the rivalry and Illfeeling between Tontl and the chevalier and the sense of security that seemed to fill the minds of all the allies They determined upon an immediate advance after sending their spy back to mingle again with the unsuspecting victims and render what assistance he could at the assault upon the fort which younqiamitrail of a bear had been suddenly surrounded scalped and left for dead He ad revived and managed despite his ountls to reich the fort ahead of the approaching enemy Tonti immediately sounded the arm The fort was manned by all the soldiers and a few Indians among whom was the IroquoIs spy messen ys were sent to recall the hunting the women and children were oil taken to an island near the further side of the river A barrlcnd was hastily erected some quarter of a milE from the fort scouta were dispatched to learn the position of the enemy Thus the remainder of the night was spent The light of the burning lodges of those tribes situated farthest from the fort was seen indicating that the ALL WAS IN READINESS Iroquois were advancing Day dawned and the scouts returning announced that the enemy were about 2000 strong and lay in ambush less than a mile away They reported that the expedition seemed to be led by a white chlefcal1ed Le Loup Tonti and Pompon exchanged glances on hearing this Ma toll manaml said the first shall we not she my former host a warm welcome An hot as fire can make It exclaimed Pompon Nay nay replied Tonti not so fierce Although he has turned savage we have not If he can only be cap tured I shall take great pleasure in forcing a sword into his hands and giving him two seconds in which to place himself en garde Two seconds too long muttered Pompon between his teethU I ever get hold of him I can promise you I shall never let go until one or both of us are dead Work on the barricade which was eemlclrcular In shape went rapidly on during the day Tontl had expected to tale command of this portion of his force himself but the chevalier in terposed pray give me the post as a token of our reconciliation and to afford me an opportunity of proving my qualities as a soldier You can best direct the whole defense from the ort besides I think you are needed there Tout reluctantly consented He or ered a succession of brushheaps to e prepared between the fort and the rrliM44fTh attack tame at night as It probably wouJatbetl L from them would aid the defenders went about among his Indian al ies assigning them positions and en couraglng them There was evident need ofthia latter work for he found that the hostile approach of the Iro quols had brought back memories of past raids and that the old terror of dTherangeweaponsThe remaining whites the priests amongIprepared quarters for the wounded anteall ready to attend those he eectsThe sounds of preparation had ceased AH was In readiness Every eye of the defenders was strained through the gathering twilight to catch sight of the first signs of attack The sun had set in a cloudy sea of blood a fact that was noted by the Indians with an ominous shake of the head From across the river came the even- Ing pipings of drowsy birds A whippoorwill was heard to call a chorus of fthesavage yell was heard answered by another from the tree shade facing the barricade In an instant the quteIscene was changed A thousand figures leaped from their hidingplaced and rushed across the clearing A thousand arms brandishing gun or bat tleaLA thousand throats poured forth a volume otdem6nlac sound Hell was broken loose the battle was on An answering yell came from behind the barricade whose redskinned defenders danced up and down working themselves into a frenzy to meet the coming handtohand conflict The chevalier had given orders to the front row of his force who were armed with guns not to fire until the enemy had come within ten feet of them This order was obeyed and the invading line had almost reached the barricade before a shot was fired The Iroquois loath enough to attack a fortified place were evidently surprised at the number of guns in possession of the besieged Many of them dropped before the fire The rest hastily retreated and stopped at the edge of the clearing contenting themselves with yells and ap occa sional shot fired at random To Be Continued One oC Women Ways When the women see the heroine in the heros arms on the stage when they read In the last chapter of n book that the hero and the herbjffe are em bracing how they applaud I But when they see the man next door kiss his wife goodby befoe starting for work how they laugh and wonder how long It will last Akhjson Globe f k f f i 11IJc t THE CHRISTMAS STORY OUR BIBLE STORY by tho Highway and Byway Preach AVI lonBetween he Llne oCodi Inspired Word Scripture Authority Mary kept all these things and pondered them In her heart And tho child Jesus grew and waxed strong In spirit filled with wis dom and the grace of God was upon Him Luko 219 40 Thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy children and shall talk of them when thou slttcst In thine house and when thou walkest by the way and when thou heat down and when thou rlscst up Deut 67 I T WAS one of the humbler homes of Nazareth The single largo living room of the ground floor contained tho few rude articles of furniture which had been made by the father of the home Joseph the carpenter whose little stone shop could be seen from the rear door and where he labored from morning till night that there might be bread to feed his hungry little flock Before the open door a little boy of five or six years is playing and trotting around the room after the mother as sl bustles about her work in preparation for the evening meal is a girl of three or four while sleeping In the crude cradle in one corner of the room Is the baby tim Joy and delight and pride of the home A glad shout from the boy playing about the door causes the mother to turn and she greets with a sweet smile a sturdy boy of nine as he enters Setting down on the low shelf the small jar of goats milk which he had brought he stoops and takes up the little girl who with a cry of de light had left her mothers side and ran towards him Helping mamma make the cakes he asked patting her cheeks Thats right We all need to help Yes spoke up James who had followed his brother into the house Im going to learn to take care of the goat when 1 get a little bigger aint t mamma and he drew himself up beside the older boy to show how tat he was growing So you shall James responded his brother encouragingly Hello there I the baby he exclaimed as the little ionesister down he went over to the crib At sight of him she began to laugh and coo and soon all four children were in a merry romp on the floor The mother glanced out of the doorway and noting that tile sun was near the upper rim of the western bills and would soon have set she hastily took her water jar and started for the well bidding the boy Jesus take care of the children while she was gone It was an animated scene about the gushing fountain at this hour of the day and the busy clatter of the tongues of the women gathered there mingled with the drip and splash and murmur of the waters To Mary it was a sacred place for it was here that early one morning years before tbe angel of the ord had appeared to her and told her halof her was to be born the Son of God the hope of Israel That was nearly ten year ago now but she had never cbme to the fountain since without feeling that she was lathe very presence otGod She could not enter into tie talk angseJdomlIngered I she was alone or when she would In quire after some sick one or speak some word of comfort And IJad it not been for her sweet sympathetic I vlnglelpful nature wnlch matte her a benediction and blessing t6tbose among whom she dwelt she would have been called exclusive anjl proud but as it was her quiet re and dlgnUyhad won for her their deference and profound respect Something in the deep thoughtfulness of tile eye and the gentle though firm be of the woman told those wlthjSj she came In contact tlt 1b4i ary In WorIdol she had thoughts and exp rYMaMiiu t common to others and no wTseemed disposed to trespass on tiC sacred groundOn particular day the Women gathered at the fountain were so absorbed in their discussion that they id not observe Marys approach and he had filled her jar and was turning to go when they called to her MaryCanst t to chat with thy neighbors chit d one ot the women who had been regaling the others with some bit of gossip which had come to her ars and which she was anxious to tell again Our rabbi has just returned from Jerusalem with a strange story she un on excitedly and the other women pressed close to again hear tho tale while Mary poising her water pot gracefully upon her head wait d He found the doctors of the temple search- Ing diligently through the writings of the prophets for the promises of the Messiah for one of tne chief men of Bethlehem had but a short time be ore come to Jerusalem declaring that one of his shepherds had told him how years before In answer to a strange companIons I there seen a babe whom the angels ap pearing In the vision had proclaimed as the one who should come as Is raels hope But all trace of the child has been lost and the learned doctors of the law are seeking If there be any word of the prophets which would throw light upon the story Mary started visibly at the words and almost sent the Jar upon her head dashing to the ground but her agita tion was unobserved by the others so absorbed were they In the story Quick ly recovering herself she allied quietlyAnd what think the doctors of the story Do they believe Mess as hath comeNay rabbi declaretb that tbejiave already proved out of the words of the prophets that the story of the shepherds cannot be true for Christ Pheasant Catching There are more ways of catching birds than by putting salt on their tails One of the oddest and at the same time most successful llstheusof a limo smeared paper bag used for eleDlJerjconltwig after the coaUlgof limo has been put on the Inside and a f wpeu are dropped In for bait Attracted by blsbeadlotopresto be cannot withdraw It lit S4 Ii Is gloryMaryplacing her water jar upon her bead she turned and walked slowly and thoughtfully homeward What a train withinherevents surrounded the birth of her son bthatfotoghow the grace of God rested upon him she could but marvel and ponder a those things in her heart In the evenings as he had tat at he liCodword and taught him the portions of Scripture familiar to her she had been surprised at his readiness of mind anL his understanding But she had never told him the wonderful story of events which surrounded his birth save h mention that Gods special favor an blessing had been about him She felt he would not understand that she must wait until maturer young man hood But tonight a new feeling possessed her The stories which the rabbi had brought from Jerusalem should reach his ears until her own lips nod told him the sweet sacred story As she neared the doorway of her home she heard his voice and she paused to listen He had the baby In his arms and his brother and sister were standing before him listening Intently while he told them of a nest of little blrdllogs which he had found tthaIafternoon Their helplessness had thememorysome of the bad boys of the village had taken the little birds out of a nest and then destroyed It was so fresh that be had resolved that he would be tho protector of the little ones he had round and he concluded his story by sayingIm not going to tell the other boys youJamesbrother Well keep it for our secret and some day I will take you and let you have a peak at them Me go too broke In the little sis ter as she danced about the floor In her excitement And then catching opendoorwayhappy cry followed by the other chi dren who all tried to talk at once and tell her the story of the little birds That evening after the other chi I dren had been put to sleep Jesus came and sat by his mothers side as was his custom to have a quiet talk with her before going to bed His mind was still upon the nest of little birdllngs and he was wondering how they fared n the darkness Looking up Into his mothers face with great earnest eyes he asked Mother does God care for the birds Will He care for the little birds I found this afternoon Yes I am sure He will respoad ed Mary smiling down upon him irltb tender thoughtfulness even asHe cared for thee when thou wast a babeI Was I once a baby like sister there pointing towards the little cradle standing in the shadow and his eyes opened wide in wonder for it was a new thought to him Yes my ton and I want to tell you a beautiful story about your birth It shall be a secret between thee and me Just as the nest of little birdies to be a secret between thee and thy brother and sister and as she gazed Into Ills detp eyes and caughtthe respon sive soulgleam there she knew she was making no mistake in telling him He made no reply but waited expect antly for her to begin It was In Bethlehem the home of the great and good king David about whom we have talked so often and to whose house and lineage thou dost be long Joseph and I bad made the long journey from Nazareth and were weary and finding no room in the kahn were forced toflnd shelter in the great cavern on the hillside where the cattle were housed And there it was that God gave you into my arms la tile dim light of the feeble lamp burning in the I 9uWSee that thou vast a goodjj child and as I pressed thee tom suddenly a glorious light broke through epentng In the rctit and rested upon thy read And sawabeautifUIGod had set above thy resting place It was as though He set his seal upea thee then and there my son She paused and both instinctively looked upward with reverent gaze and caught the Bursting light of the evea Ing star But that was not all continued the mother as she slowly lowered her eyes until they again rested upon the face of hr boy for with the morning billsidethee and saying that a vision of angel had appeared unto them and the heav en a were filled with light and taut from above And the angel of the Lord told them of thy birth and com manded them to come and seek thee and then the angelic host sang praises to God saying Glory to God in the highest and on earth peace good will towards men Ob mother burst oqt the boy his face radiant with the light which was breaking in upon his soul and with the thought which was struggling for expression did God do all those beautiful and wonderful things for me1 Why did He do them And then without giving his mother time to answer had It been In her heart to havo done so he went on while his great serious eyes glowed with the Inoxpres sible yearning that stirred within him Do you know mother I want to be good just like God I want the angels always to be glad and sing because I was born- The mother patted his bead fond ly but said nothing hut as they sat bUST1withsclousness of God and a new purpose towards God was borne la upon the lads heart whilejn the heart ot the mother there echoed the word of the angel words which she could not speak now for she did not understand them but which In the years to come wereto become indeed the glad Udlags to alt the earth For unto you is born this day ia the city of David a Saviour whlea Is Christ the Lord must walk around thus decorated until finally he drops dead from suffocation SedrCross Dogs During the RussoJapanese war dogs were found to be of great value la the ambulance corps anij a number of theta were presented with the Red Cross badge In the form of tiny nlaa Jets decorated with the characteristic cross The dog ambulance corps marie an excellent record for itself in Manchuria where Its members rescued hundreds of Wounded soldiers L TRAINING DAIRYMAIDS School for the Education of Women Has Been Founded in Norway ATherething nowadays in the United States ut Norway has gone us one better in at line and has founded a school r dairymaids Information concern g this novel form of instruction is ConsulIHe says that thera has been consid agriculturalrand dairying in particular has received much attention The society for tho NorwaysIyear schools whose aim will be to train Inta course Is six months commencing October 14 each year The Instruction will be mainly practical and taught in such a manner that pupils under the guidance and super vislolof tho Instructor or instructress each by turn will feed and tend the entire stock of cattle sheep swine and poultry In addition to feeding tend ling null other work pertaining to cleanliness of tho animals In their re spectlve quarters the pupils are re quired to perform the dairying scrub blng and cleaning of milk vessels and once a week weigh the feed and milk and keep a rdcord thereof The course also Includes reading and writing to gether with instruction from modern textbooks concerning the care of live stock including feeding and dairyingt In order to be eligible to schools pupils must have attained the ager of 17 years have had some prey ous experience In dairying be of good health and possess good moral charac ter for all of which a certificate must accompany applications for admission Board and tuition am free This report of Consul Rasmusea bears strong evidence that the practical almost scientific development of the Danish dairy Industry and the very large amount of money received annually by Denmark from its sales of butter to England mainly are having their effect on the neighboring Scandinavian countries where the dairy con dltions are about ths same as in Den mark Although the conditions as applied to girls and women revealed in Consul Rasmusens report are inapplicable In a large measure to the United States It is well that American farmers putIexploitation of their dairy Industries for their products will compete without products in foreign markets and we can only hope to win our share of those markets in the face of such acute competition by overcoming their extreme labor applications to the pro ductlon of butter in the main bysu perlor Intelligence and more effective appliancesknaVlart dairy Interests are chiefly toward tbe output of butter for the British ma rkeiand the results fully justify their efforts Czars lordly Chef The chef of the czar of Russia is by tradition and position a gentleman and hu the right of wearing a sword The present holder of the office Is an Alsatian named Krantz who fought In the French army in the FrancoGerman war and won distinction His pay and perquisites amount it Is said to nearly 3S000 a yeareAll ih a Name Wife Th6 young lady who lives In the next fiat told me today that she Is practicing Wagners Simple Lif- eHusbandWell I Hope it is simple dhoursTannhauser N Y Times Frances WaterwaysIanee1fas3o5 4665 of rivers improved for purposes of navigation The government bas ex pended on these waterways about 500 000000 since the war with Germany KotJierBarred GeraldMay I kiss you GeraldineMother is In the next room Well she will stay there a long time before I kiss her Pittsburg Dispatch No Conspiracy In discharging a man and wife charged with conspiring to defraud an insurance company a London mag istrate said that In law a man anft his wife were one person and one person could not conspire Cookj to erect a memory Dubois who for many years was chief cook to the kaisers grandfather King William of Prussia receiving a salary of 75 000 a year As soon as the Franco Prussian war was declared he resigned to fight against his former employer An Explanation A Denver young man declares he has never kissed a woman or been kissed by one His published photograph ex plains why Washington Post MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Dee 11 15Heavy1JMixed00MixedWLAMBSKxtra toWHEATNoNo3red JiS 47OATS 7tHA50LARDSteamBUTTERCholce dairy 15 6APPLE8Cholce511TOBACCONewOld 450 tilt 75 CHICAGO MWHEATNO 87CORN30RYE21305LABDSteasnNEW TORIC 10WHEATNOCORNNo 2 mixed 6 58 msRYEWestern 25LARDSteamBALTIMORE ssCORNCATTLE Steers 4 00 ft 4 50 50i61OATS61260LARDSteamINDIANAPOLIS SSHCORNNOOATSNO 2 mixed o 32 1i r o r So2oe 5p p jr j J r t1Li I Jj J f 9 rj e r t 1 1 f r- rI t s opt WOMMN l 4ND CONSIDER THE ALLIMPORTANT FACT 1arcmans covers a great many years ItIst sundertandshnliMany women suffer in silence and drift along thlJYoughtmodesty impels them to shrink front exposing them selves to the questions and probably examinations of unnecessaryWitboutwhose knowledge from actual experience is great Mrs Pinkiiams Standing Invitation weaknessreceivedopend Awomano c womenfof the vast volume of experience which she possiblethat DothI tj ry Sarelyanywomandoes not take advantage of this generous f EPlnkbamMedicine Jettersted this invitation Note tke resultFirst letter- DearMraPlnkbam somethingerriblepains are Axcracfoting and I can hardly stand myi I have ovarian and e oprationP t itleasereflevemeMrsMaryflhmmlcZ 59th and E WubingtonDCSecond I Dear Mrs Pickkam After following carefully advice and taking Lydia Vegetable Compound am very anxious to tend you my testimonial that other may know their Talueand what you have done for roe PERSONAL PAITICVLAZL Thomas B Vial the last survivor of the Monitor died recently at Norwood RI at the age of 69 J S Van Burcn whose grandfather was president of the United States has been appointed general agent of the Great Northern Steamship corn any with headquarters at Hong ong Prof W D Miller of the University of Berlin who recently arrived in the country besides being famous as a bacteriologist and dentist holds the goI championship Germany and AustriaVLawrence H Grahame of New York city who has just been appointed commissioner of the interior for Porto Rico was formerly a newspaper man and last year was the the government commission for trio Louisi ana purchase exposition Curtis Guild Jrwbo fcas been elect d governor of Masirtusetts a man of many accomplishments and should he have turned his attention to music he could have become noted lathe mu sical world He Is also remarkably lever as an actor and has won no end of applause In the many amateur pro- uctions in which ha has taken part Miss Annie Beecher Scovllle a granddaughter of the late Henry Ward fleecier for many years has been mak nga careful study of the Indians and their needs At present she Is gather Ing data at the Winflebago and Omaha River reservations which promises to resultIf congress can bemaae to see the point In a distinct reorganization of the government Indian service A distinguished traveler vouches for the statement that President For fine Diaz of Mexico is the western dou ble of the Grand Duke Vladimir of Rusiia And he also says that aside from their marked resemblance In fig ure raid feature the autocratic uncle ot the czar and the great president of Americas contra republic are very much allied ia character and disport tion J OPTXXISTXC OBSERVATIONS Even dyspepsia that awful curse of humanity has Its lighter side It saves grub There Is good In everything A man may be ever so bad and still have good teeth v Let the fatrman rejoice that be I no fatter than be Is and the thin man sing because he has skin and bones left The man wfeq has two mothersinlaw zany take heart of hope for he might have had three or four or half a dozen If It rains be glad the rain isnt bricks Show your teeth most of the time and youfsrlll soon find life one long jag of Joy The man who Is alive should be thank ful that be s not dead and the dead should l e thajnkful thattbey dont have to pay rent for their tombs The married man can truly be thank ful that he is noUslngle and the single man thankful because he is not mar tIed There fs room for rejoicing pa all sides The sklanlist pig that ever rooted 1ft the ground whi make good soap grease The tougheststeak can be ground upln a meat grinder disguised with szi50es and things and made into mince pies ar- TIN SIgNaIrsj PRICE ff s 25 Ct mydoctoeisletllvfi I then wrote you you my all meats 1 followed your advice and am en tirely well I can walk taller without an ache or a pain and Towe my life to you and CoaipoundItub testimonial and realize the value of writ ing to you and your remedy Mrs Vary 58th and E Capitol Streets Ben ring P O Washington D C Vhena medicine has been successful inrestoring to health so many women I whose testimoayis jso unquestionable you cannot welt say without trying it I do not bVlioveil will me If you arc ill dont hesitate to get a hotLIe of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound at once sad write Mrs Piak ham Lynn Mass for special advice it is free and always helpful Bunched Fiwt ever tee a school 6f sharksrSecond DittorYes Where In the Atlantic or the Pa cific i 4 Free Neither Press in yallttrietDetroit 4f InveatlgatiojFirst Tbe self j itSecond rirst jthey look bnygii titan up to you and last took ntoyouN Y Sun S A Guaranteed Cure for Piles Itching Blind Bleeding ProtrudlDg Plies tiinro to refund money If FAZO UWTMKXT falls to euro in Oto Udays SOc S After all the man who exercises the roost grateful selfrestraint is the one j Puck who could have told us so and didnt 4 PioV Cure cannot be toohighlyspekenot at a cough cureJ W Ave N Minneapolis Minri Jan 0 1900tMoney takes the mare go but it often takes a mortgage to sun in automobile Purl SICK HEADACHE CAftFEIS IFTLE1IVER I Little They also wBevo tts tress trooiDjipepsJfl la RUlng A perfect rem edy rorDtalBeES K nsea i 4Tongue Pala In the EUle NaPm 1Ivyn5 The regntato the Bowels Purely Vegetable i SHALLI1LL SMAthSEL IIRPL Gus bte KEFVE MIXED FRIN6 1i FREE Pesitlrelyeureby dlgmtlcmaafiTooflearty MerFa- SimiISign UISTIThEi RAISINGRANCHING three CTMt prtrtulu h again shown woodertal tmalM on IM Homestead Lands 4eahirssleeesIathewIddlaotZSov0br All are bound to M mor than pltaied wfththt Iai malu of n pwlrseMont HamwU i Xztract Cost wood water bay la ibndflCICbOOt ebatebes markets coDTeDien- tThi f jl Utb era of IU wheat Apply forlnfornia 1 I Sloe to 8rrrnusT sT or IMMIORATIOX WQ Ottawa CaoatfaTor to authoriZed Canadian Sotrooeotatenti i E M WiLUausI BolMInzTpledo O Mnuengilpaper WONIJ3JSALVE Jn i4UftEFqf Bant Sore Throat Sores Eczema Rhetrtn lisM TJleers Piles TJlW Poison Cai 4bua ic andall Vcandsax4 rasxu sax RAAI se41- rTrItD sit pr 55 Itti s t ttS PATENtS DrowsinessB4TszteIn WHEAT of- W2STERHCANADA 4SpaRebooknar frIzunRtw a co Box wasaingaa UjC sL ciwre Ii a TINkIiYwHrnMwaysIsW a U5AV NCVC5 ANTIINIPINEzsGuARAwTEnDTOCVRL IMP IA COLD KEAIACNE AU NEVMLII INons sell 5ntiOtipie to a dalr sh ront Onaranto 4 1 CsliforyoiirIONET HACIL 15 iT DOXl s F WDftseijfDManuracturtrSjhtgfleftz E e 5 5 ssS s STZ r 1 JlI iTL r tSA E NE S HAP ENINGS 1 fr iTOFURNISHNEW STATEHOUSE t r Tho Legislature Will Be Asked To Furnish the Money 7 1 Frankfort Ky Dec I6The com t pinissioners for the new statehouse held a long conference with Architect Frank M Andrews and discussed thur 4 question of asking for present legisla ture for a sufficient appropriation to i furnish and fit up tho new building which will be finished before the leg t islature of 1008 meets Andrpws will i make a detailed report to the govern 0 or In a few days showing Just how much money has been spent and how p much will be needed after the buildq ing proper Is completed to furnish It a with heating and lighting plants car- lpets desks steel vaults and other necessary things Tho governor willa I wprobably make some recommendation about It In his message t 2 SUPERINTENDENT KILLED b r Eight Tons of Coal Fell on the Unfor tunate Man Central City Ky Dec 16 Jasper Ward aged 25 assistant yard superin tendentatnlghtlntheLCltRCos- tyard at this place while standing on the edge of the tender preparatory to I codling the engine holding to the b chain that released the chute door of l tha tipple of tho Central Coal and t Iron Co lost his footing and fell into j the tender Falling to let go of the chain his fall opened the door of the j tipple and eight tons of coal were thrown upon him The engineer and fireman of the engine quickly removed tho coal but ho was dead when they reached hIm FOR THE MURDER OF TEAGUE me His Former Wife and Two Brothers Were Sentenced Henderson Ky Dec G1Irs Em ma Roach was given 21 years In the penitentiary a jury at Dixon Web ster county for the murder other for met husband Gholten Teaguc Rich tc ard and Robert Crenshaw were given I r 11 years on the same charge Tcague had been divorced from his wife and she married a man named Roach She iwcat to Providence last July and at 7 tempted to take her child from Teague Ho remonstrated with her and she shot and killed him It is alleged Mayor Vetoed the Measure rMt Sterling Ky Dec 16Mayor c H Bryan vetoed tho ordinance I granting franchise to Younger Alex I ander and others for use of streets of Mt Sterling for an electric railway The mayor gives as his reason that the law prohibits a member of the I council from being interested In the k franchise A New Mining Company 5 Henderson Ky Dec HThe In terstate Mining Co was organized hero with a capital of 200000 The company is composed of Henderson t and St Louis capitalists for the puT pose of opening and developing the lead zinc and fluor spar lands in liar din county Illinois v Two Women Poisoned I Nerriwrt Ky Dec1S11rS Albert Britz 432 Chestnut street ate some sausage nnd as a consequence had a tI c1pc8J for her life owing to pto maine poisoning Mrs Anna King of Brighton street was stricken in the I same manner and the same doctor ad ministered tho same relief I Shot Seven Times 2 Ha rodsburg Ky Dec 14W P jfeiw Ruoel a prominent cattleman of Ccn Viral Kentucky was shot seven times by Clay Dunn aged 23 in front of the Rubel home just across the line In Garrard county Rubel died later They had had some trouble of ado d nies nature 1iIi J Let HIs Life on a Bridge 2 4 tt4foro K YDoc 15D Craw- fOrd ah employe on the farm of John Hnr t was run over and Instantly kill h ed is an L N freight train on the Tannery bridge near this tyNo fewer than tour men have met a simi JarfateoD this Abridge In the last year f President Newman Resigns Louisville Ky Dee 16W H I Newman president of the board of i 4 commissioners of the Centra Insane 4 v asylum has forwarded liCe resignation to Gov Seckham It is to be Jmme dlately 9lheMr Newman gives vV press of business as the cause for his v action i Far Larger Appropriations 7Fra kfortr Ky Dee15Tbe state advsory board lor the commissioner 0 1 of agriculture met here It was de ldcdtO urge a bill before the leglsla lure for an Increase in the annual ap prbpriatlon for the agricultural departt ment from 13060 to 25000 f Riddled With Blrdshot Lancaster Ky Dee 16H Clay Dunn ct this city and William Rubel of Lower Garrard engaged in an alter c 4 cation at Mt Hebron and Dunn dis c f charged a load of blrdshot at his ad c 4j versary a number taking effect in iii Rubels body s J Little Girl Burned To Death itUptoBKy Dec 1Tho fouryear i t o old daujjhlerbt T Hodges was found 7 la flaaafes by her mother as she return ed to the room The lire was quick 11 extInguished but the child died within af whours Death Followed An Operation TexiatonKy Dec 1Asa Bush aged28 tea ofMrs Sue Bush of Win ke ter Kjr died at SL Josephs hos the effects of an operation aPltatrrom Tie young man was most ipowertul men ha Clark county Art Extending the Road Barboursvllle yDe 15TbC y tfol1thk Western raUyatba lnoW ir begun the construction of the 300mile 1 i1 t extension tram a poInCMn Pike coun J ty this state to rSpartansburgi aco Several thousand men areat work- St Flwian Sold t LexiHgtom JCy Iec14W C Gr- lbIII i A bin et this city has sold to Jack Har aiHfc jr of Skeibyville Ky for 300 t the thoroughbred stallion St Florian l bySt BlaheFeu Toilette by King Ik 5Icr The prse will be shipped to Sr it4J 4be honieotbl new ownerr- r I 4t 4E Vetlng Machines JCy 14Asatl fac- fi fFramkrt tOst of 8 votingniaehtpe wa fl fIJf0ma41e before the state officials here f said that a hill favorIng its adop i JJJ jythe stale wIll be prweatejl to f ta eaeral aaesnblyt 4S JI ll t Vs l tri r I j 7t1tt I t r5itJ t tI Fi j jI t J t S 1f cfoW fr J 1jJ 1Jtf MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME Bronze Statue Will RI Erected To the Author of tire Song Louisville Kr Dec HA lifesize bronze statue of Stephen Collins Fos tel author of My Old Kentucky Homo to bo paid for by the schoolchildren of Kentucky and which v1ili bo modeled trj Miss Enid Yandell will bo unveiled here during Kentucky Homecoming Week Juno 1317 1906c It will later be placed In tho state capital at Frankfurt When Mr FosSi ter wrote the song he was visiting CotiJohn Ilowan at Federal Hill neara Bardstown Mrs Madge Rowan rrosttrelative of Col Rowan has pictures of Mr Foster descriptions ot clothes and other data of interest nd she has promised to furnish them to Miss Ynndell Mr Brown Is anx ious to secure all the sketches of the author possible The work will cost about G000 SEIZED WHISKY Fourteen Thousand Gallons Confiscat ed By Revenue Officers Mlddlesboro Ky Dec 14One of he largest raids ever made by reve nue omcers in Kentucky was made hero by live deputy collectors and marshals The distillery of the Mid dlesboro Distilling Co and 14000 galiIons of whisky which had not had the prescribed tax upon It paid were con flscated by the officers Tho govern ment gauger Carter Smith was ar rested aa being an accessory in assist- Ing the operators In disposing of their whisky by Illegal methods MADE AN APPEAL Former Banker Convicted of Involun tary Manslaughter Paducah Ky Dec 1gA verdict of involuntary manslaughter was return ed against H II Loving charged with tho murder of H A Rose Lovlngs punishment was fixed at lIve years in tho penitentiary The case went to the jury Wednesday night but no bat lot was taken until Thursday morning A motion for a new trial was made Loving was formerly a banker and is wealthy Cantrill on the Bench Frankfort Ky Dec HJudge Jas E Cantrill of Georgetown who has been prevented by illness from sitting on the court of appeals bench this year arrived in Frankfort and will begin his official labors at once He Is improved in health but not entire ly well i Stole His Gold Watch ML Sterling Ky Dee Uoinley E Fogg one of Kentuckys representatives Investigating the New York Life Insurance Co was robbed of his fine gold watch In the lobby of the Hoff man house The timepiece was not recovered Aged Farmer Dead Rlchmond Ky Dec I5Baso C Hackett aged about 85 years one of the most prominent andwealthy farmers of this county died at his late home near Whitehall He was a bachelor and leaves an estate valued at over 100000 Henderson Grocers Bankrupt Henderson Ky Dec 15 Schtegh Anders grocers have filed their pe Utlon in bankruptcy The Joint and Individual assets approximate 14000 and the joint and individual liabilities secured and unsecured approximate 18000 The Mare Aimless Sold Lexington Ky Dec 16T B Jones of the Caveland stud has pur chased the noted sixyearold bay mare Aimless by Imp Florist dam Julie Magee by Springbok and she will be retired to the stud Home For Consumptives Louisville KyDee I5Tho Ken tucky Home association to build in Denver a 100000 resort for Kentucky consumptives has been incorporated in Denver Among the incorporators are Judge Sterling B Toney formerly of Louisville Met Death Under Wheels Mt Vernon Ky Dee ISJohn Maymcs a 15yearold boy while at tempting to board a freight train at Wlldle this county felt under the heels and was instantly killed Ho and his brother were engaged in the Wildie quarries Will Ship To New Orleans Louisville Ky Dec 15 William Phillips trainer for Fred Cook has lecelved instructions to ship English Lad and other good ones of the Cook string to City Park track at Now Or leans W E Watts will ship 14 head To New Orleans on January 1 Asks For a Divorce Louisville IyDec 16Mrs Jou ett Lee Otter filed suit against herS husband Robert Worthcm Otter ing for divorce custody of their three yearold daughter Linda Lee Otter and suitable maintenance for herself and child Ground To Piece Richmond Ky Dcc 16At Wlldle Sall station on the Louisville Yule south of here John Man nero 15 attempted to board a fastmov lag freight Ho felt under the wheels and was ground to pieces Spending Money For Christmas Frankfort Ky Dec 15The school teachers of the state will have spend lag money for Christmas for the state auditor has made out checks tbtbe various county superintendents amounting to 650000 The teachers will get their pay Saturday Hagglna Horses Arrive Lexington Ky pee ISThe fourteen thoroughbred stallions purchased outright by James B Haggin at the Rancho Del Paso stud sale in New York last week arrived here and were taken to the Elmendorf stud To Relieve Consumption Louisville Ky Dec lLDr J N McCorwalk of the state board of health announced that the next legis lature will be asked to build a state tuberculosis hospital Kentucky spends 2600000 a year to relieve consumption Dying of Fractured Skull Louisville Ky Dec 1kJohn A Balrd city editor of the Times one of the best known newspaper men in tb state is dying at Norton Infirmary of fjactured skull suffered by falling tfywn the Malrs at his home iiiliiriio 1J rl Iol Yt r 0 b c BLZEIATHEATERFotit Had Narrow Escapes Threeof the Victims Were Suffocated A Heroic Merchant Succeeded In Saving Several of the Inmates- at His Own Peril Loraln 0 Dec lSour lives were lost In a lire which destroyed the Vcr Lock theater here early Sunday morn ng The dead James bwyer 23lMrs William childrenThe Marsh family had apailnicnts n the front of the building William Marsh was of the the 3turtheater slept in the basement whero the fire originated from which escape was cut off Mrs Marsh and her chilldren were suffocated by tho which poured up the narrow stairway The loss on the theater which was comparatively n new one Is 35000 The loss on the entire building JsfSO 000 Tho theater was owned by tho Verhcck Amusement Co of 011 City PaThe Marsh family camp here from Detroit about four weeks ago A doz en people living in the building hail narrow escapes from being suffocated The fire department did not have a ladder sufficiently long to reach the windows where the imprisoned per sons were and William Schultz a merchant climbed to the top of the lad raised and held a second ladder to the window whero tho frantic men and women were waiting for help They climbed down the improvised escape and Schultz stood in his peril ous position for 30 minutes while tho descent of tho tenants were made over his body Eight persons wero rescued In this manner The bodies of Mrs Marsh and her baby were not found until Sunday aft ernoon Dwyers body was also found Sunday afternoon THE WHITE TERROR Believed To Have Returned and Russia Is Convulsed With Horror St Petersburg Dec 18A shudder of horror has convulsed Russia The government claims it has given battlo only to tho red revolutionists but the populace generally believes that the white terror has returned Already the leaders of tho proletariat organization who escaped capture Sat urday night at the Economic society and even men of the rank of Prof Mllukoff are in hiding from the police who are hunting them down The government evidently anticipates a battle royal and has made its disposi tions accordingly It fully understands that the proletariat will give blow for blow In answer to the whole sale arrests The workmens council and thin League of Leagues Saturday night issued a declaration of a general strike to begin immediately Count Wlttes life is considered to be in danger and the annex of the pal ace whero he is residing Is heavily guardedVSt Petersburg Dec I8A report that Count Wtto has resigned is in circulation but It is false Iq may however become true at any moment as Gen Count Alexis Ignatlcff is be ing held in reserve PROPHET DOWIE IS ILL He Unreservedly Transfers All Au thority To a Triumverate Chicago Dec 18John Alexander Dowic head of the Christian Catholic church has given up his rule and will soon leave for one of the islands of the rlbbeanSca there to remain until the spring with the hope of regaining his health Announcement of the abdication of the leader of ZIon City was made at Zion City by Overseer John c Speicher President Dow ie made it known that he would trans fit all authority over the church un reservedly to a triumvirate and leavo for the south as soon as he could arr- Ange his affairs and at Sundays meeting of his followers formal an nouncement was made that tho con trol of the church had been placed in the hands of Overseer Speicher Judge D V Barnes and Deacon Alex Grang cr An Infernal Machine Paris Dec lBAn infernal machine was found on the train on which Pres Went Loubet was proceeding front Many with a footing party It consisted of a iireservo can cylindrical in shape with a time fuse attached which apparently had gone out Sixth Battery Light Artillery Ft Worth Tex Dec 18The Sixth battery United States light artillery marching overland from Ft Riley to Ft Sam Houston arrived here It leaves for San Antonio where Ft Sam Houston is located All tho men are in good shape Prominent Surgeon Dead Philadelphia DeelSDr W S Forbes professor of anatomy and din ical surgery at Jefferson medical college died at his homo here of angina peCtoris He bad been ill but a short time Dr Forbes was born in Fal mouth Va Italian Cabinet Resigns Rome Dec 18The cabinet of Prime Minister FocUs resigned follow Ins a 12 hour debate in tho chamber of deputies ana the defeat of the opposition of the commercial modus vi vendi with Spain- Accidentally Shot and Killed StLouis Dec 18charles B Eamca founder and vice president of tbb St Louis credit clearing house was instantly killed at his residence by a shot from an old rifle which recently came into his possession The bullet entered his head All Former Records Broken New York Dec 1STho volume ot Christmas mall for Europe surpassed all records The American liner Phil adelphia for Plymouth Cherbourg and Southampton carrier 3223 sacks ot mall and the Cunarder Carmnnla 583 Storms on the Atlantic Coast New York Dee 28 Incoming coast- wise and West Indian trading steam ars reported having weathered during Thursday and Friday of the past week L succession of the most violent storms ever experienced on the Atlantic coast Fine Furs Destroyed By Fire New York Dec ISTwo hunlred thousand dollars worth of One furs were destroyed by fire and water In 1the establishment of Max Plazekl Co wholesale furriers and manufac turers of automobile garments THE SEXTON RANG FOR CHRISTMAS By A ST JOHN ADCOCK lIE hells were not going to be rung that Christ mas Bargle the sexton had said so i dont have no strangers llnklln wl my bells Mr Edwards ie protested Ive rung elli over 60 year an If elnt ckal to It thTs Christmas viy let cm do without fur once thats aUI Seems a pity though liargle dont think The vicar spoke per suasively He was young and diffident and new to Perldalu and tho sexton crotchety and opinionated The ast vlrar hall slipped Into an easy habit of deferring to his long expe rience and this had made him arro gnatsit Is a fine old custom Bar gle Therell be the chimes at the par ish church over tho bill yonder Bar glo Interrupted testily they sound here In tho village quite plain an folks must make the best o that an be thankful There was a deal of grumbling about It In the village Bargle knew that and took a morbid pride in feeling that he was having his own way People were hinting that his ailments were Imaginary that his rheumatism was merely another name for his crabbed perversity and an excuse for his Increasing indolence- As bo sat smoking and ruminating ills thoughts traveled along that bleak road to the church and back into blither old Christmases when he had tolled robustly with his assIStant high up In the crazy tower and they bad kept tho three hells swinging and pealing joyously from eight oclock till midnight with short rests between- whiles and one long rest when steam ing hot coffee and toast had been car ned up the narrow steep stairs to them by a homely cheery little woman who was his wife and a merry eyed winsome maid who was their daughter Alice But that had happened for the last timehow uuny Cbristmases ago Why already eight winters had snowed over that mound In the churchyard And this was the fourth year since Alice had deserted him in his loneliness and he had set himself to forget her He had not forgotten yet though nor forgiven her In defiance of his Imperative be hests she hail married the neerdo weel son of a tradesman In the town yonder and they had gone away to London She bad written to him thrice but he burned her first letter and re turned the others unopened and If ho had nbt forgotten her her name was never on his lips At length a few months ago the village heard that her husband was dead She bad written to a neighbor saying she and her baby were desti tute and begging that sho would Intercede and ask her father to forgive her and let her come home But Bargle mindful of his dignity hardened himself and resenting this Intercession as an Impertinence curt ly advised the peacemaker not to met die In his business again hot words passed between them and she lung oft In such a whirl of Indignation that her reply to Alice apparently scared the girl from attempting auy further overtures Absorbed as he was lu these regrqt ful reveries a sudden sound broke In upon him and ho started glancing around dazedly and wondering whgth er ho had been asleep But nos ho listcnfil breathless the sound was repeated a single Seep clang of the church hell No wind was stirring and h a bad the keys of tho belfry YttIt was nit trick of his imagination for lifter a tense interval another dull clang echoed down the night and presently another like the booming of a funeral knell With a chill creeping up his spine tIm gray Xnarlnd old man recalled a ythoa friend undr In a fit of remorse had Hung himself from the tower on some forgotten Christmas Barglo had known folks who spoke to bearing the lieU toll mysteriously on Christmas eves before be was born but ho bad noL halt believed them and hind never heard It himselfuntil now That was It sounding again He was no coward nor superstitious and a swift Irresistible impulse seized and drove him to fathom this strange happeningIlls excitement braced him and put new strength into bls lImbs He lighted a lantern and helping his halting steps with a stout stick made for the village and waked up tho youth who assisted him in his duties Dost hear yon bell Amos he called quaverlngly Ey Mr Bargle and Barglo was relieved to have his hearing thus cor roborated Who be it oop there I wonncr Put your coat on smartly lad 1m goln to see Silent and quaking with cold or nervousness they moved noiselessly over tho muffling snow turned the wall or tho churchyard and Barglo grimly leading flied in through tbo creaking lych gate The narrow path between this graves brought them to the porch and hero Bargle who entered first stopped fumbling for his keys and suddenly held tho lantern lower with a husky cry of alarm In the glimmering light of the Ian tern a woman lay huddled close to the church door with a child rolled In a shawl ana clasped tightly in ncr arms Alice falteredthe 01d maD AlIcel ne flung himself on bis knees be sIde her crying out clasping her cold bands and appealing wildly and help leanly to those who were with latin for Bho lay as still and unresponsive as if she were dead They took the child which woke and whimpered and dispatched Amos With it to the nearest cottage When Christmas Comes When Christmas comes by all means have the house dressed with holly and pine and fir and dont forget the mistletoe says Margaret E Sangster in Ladles Home Journal Go out and mingle with the Christmas throngs There is an exhilaration in forming a part It only a unit In the crowd that Is so gay and so merry In hearing bits Of bright talk in greeting friends end acquaintances and the over flowing joy ofibe cchildren Never Ut a8insle Christmas pass without I J pFIi Jell em to light a fire Mid one bf tbl men an get you nlad n1 get the doctor there against wa come Then the two lifted the woman between them and tho old man trm ulously distractedly leading with the lantern carried her with what speed they could in the direction that Amos had taken And every minute still the bell re iterated Us heavy monotonous clang though for tho nonco they had al most ceased to be aware of it Bargle had become Indifferent to it altogeth er and only gradually awoke to it again as he sat holding his daughters band watching the life rekindle In her eyes and listening to her feeble whis peringsIt a long way from the station she was telling him satisfied with the forgiveness she could read lu his every tone and look and when I got as far as tho church I was so tired and faintand I fancied about that time tonight you would bo there lu the belfry so I went to the church but the door was locked and Bargle turned to a touch on his shoulder Tho vicar Is waiting with several others In tho next room said the doctor They want tho key or the belfry but I think you bad better go with themyou are talking to my pa tient more than Is good for her ComeVBargle hesitated a moment then stooped to kiss tho pale face on the pillow and submissively obeyed Up the steep narrow stone stairway of the belfry tower up and up and up they clattered one after the other till at last they streamed In across the hollowsounding floor of the belfry and therothrough the ceiling the three ropes dangled in the shadowy emptiness moved bjr no visible agency and yet even as the palpltat WHAT ARE TOt DOING HERE YOUNG MASTERS r lag little group paused the Iron clang boomed again close above them Some ones up in the bell chamber said Bargle dubiously By right of his office and ot hla Darglemountedothers trailing up after him Inatwinkling he had jerked the trapdoor open and stepping into the bell chamber peered eagerly around and was startled by a vision of twowhite faces gazing from the shadow of cue of thelJells Why he ejaculated whalaryou doing here young masters Jnstant1iastbe3aie for a holiday They came forward shivering but evidently bent oh showing that they were unperturbed Its all right Bargie cried the older of them you have been a long time coming But why are you hereJame8tln quired the vicar reprovingly O wo nipped out after wed gone upto bed sir sale the boy and Carol to Jing the bells Outfyegot the keys muttered Barglo Wc crawled through the belfry windowS rewa ho need to come so hlgt as this though No It was too early to begin wJrn wo got here so we came up to See what it was like in here and all In a Jiffy the trapdoor slammed down and the candle blew out and wed left the matches below We couldnt feel where the trap was in the dark but we found one of the bens lIe fal lured shuddering reminiscently but added forcing nlaugbns your fault really Bargle If yoq hadnt said you wouldnt Ting the bellsno bulls atChrlstmas never heard ol such a thlngwo shouldnt have come If you hadnt come young mas ters Dargle stopped as If hla word choked him lie thought of the whltn face he had left lying on the pillow nail could not believe It was by mera accident or by human hands only that the warning bell bad summoned him there In time Amos ho cried sharply motion lag to his assistant get thee down lad Its morcn time we was raakla a start DECORATIONS FOR HOLIDAY All Manner of Pretty Fixtures from Peanuts in Tissue Paper toted Cranberries Peanuts wrapped In yellow red and white fringed tissue paper and tied on pendant lengths of strings three or four to each are splendid decora lions when tied lo the limbs of the Christmas tree Red strings of cranberries with knots of narrow satin ribbons tied hero and there on the strands are about as pretty as anything that could be bought for either tree table or room ornamentationGilding walnuts becomes a delightful frolic If several young peo pie arc In tbe secret Crack cpcn the nuts so there will be two perfect half shells 16 each Inside the empty nuts place a mottto or device which will le11 the fortune of the one receiving It Tb ngllle the shells firmly to gether When dry work a tack In the end where tire stern grew Inserting it slowly that the shell may not break Gild the entire nut fasten a string around the tack and hang the Interest- Ing nuts on the tree reading a Christmas story and singing a Christmas song and do not overlook the sweet significance of the day Itself Remember that it is for all the world the anniversary of Christs birth Be as happy as you can and make others as happywas you can That Season wnairakes yohrather looEIO bluer tonight SSBh Somebody thoughtlessly mentioned the fifct that Christmas is eomiugChlcag6 pollt 1r Ji e J p SEVEN YEARS AGO A Rocawter Chemist Found a SiBpdMly Effective Medicine AViiltam A Franklin of the Franklin Palmer Chemical Co Rochester N Y writes Seven years ago I was sufferingvery much through the failure of tho kidneys to eliminate the uric acid from niy sys tem My backwas very lame and ached if I over exI ertel myself in the least degree At times I was weighed down with n feeling of languor and depression nud suffered continually from annoying irregularities of the kidney secretions procured a box of Doans Kidney Tills and began using them I found prompt relief from the aching and lameness in my back and by the time I bad taken three boxes I was cured of all irregularities Sold by all dealers 60 cents a box FostcrJIilburn Co Buffalo N Y SECRET WORTH LEARNING Why Kan In Insane Asylum Was an Object of Envy to a Visitor You poor man said Mr Henpeck RecordlIertld longhavebert patientlntharmlessAre you married Surer I have a wife who used to throw things at me every time I came in the houseHow Do you know how she manages to live Herbrothercare of her He never vould give up a cent though as long as I was to work confound him Andwhat do you do here waitinforaysairt tlfe visitor speaking softly patilntjuthem to send you here a Words of Wisdom SpecialAllfollowingletter saysl my duly to tell you of the wonderful benefit I have received from the use of Dodds Kidney Pills 1 am a Minister of the Gospel and in my work I am frequently exposed to all weathers Six years I was laid up sick 1 toe mONt witha number of physicians and finally consulted n sPlialist but without BrightsDiseasehelpless when thank God I heard of mylileItookThe first I took them I felt relief When Ibcgin I weighed only one hun dred end lie pounds now I weigh one pietureneyrPills to all my friends who have Kid ney Trouble and r JlrRrto God that oth er sufferers will words and be- IIepooby them S Inartistic Soul What did you think of those voices at the operaTaey strong voices nn swerod Mr Cumrox but considering helpthinkinought to be doin the holleninWashi- nvton Star- S TORTURED BY ECZEMA Body Mass of SoresCould Not Sleep Spent Hundreds of Dollars on Doctors But Grew Worse CUBED BY CUTICUBA FOR 48 Cuticura saved the life of my moth StonyCrepkConn sleeplIerand she despaired of rCCOvcry Finally after spending hundreds of dollars on doctors growing worscnll the tune living in fur years with hair whitened from suffering and body terribly disfigured she was completely cured by two cakes of Cuticura five boxes Culicura and three otUraof ofI ResotventOeo e Davis 161 W St N Yo No Secret About It- fleportericnator what ithe secret of our hostility to rcformersT Senator Urnpliter Theyre so blamed supcrflunus Theres nothing that needs refonning Chicago Tribune Stylish Death nUnche Mustnt it be awful to be killed in nn automobile race stylishdcathlhaitimore When a magazine poet talks of returns it does not necessarily mean that his profits are considerable enough to be seen with the naked eye a PEARY WANTED OPTIMISTS Once Had a Man with Him Who Was a Cynic and No Mistake talkicg1DlenryinsertedexpeditionGen 20500 to the expedition Therefore it is easy to sea ytherighthepeditions physician be a cheery optimist Optimismage like this one 1erhaps it is because there has not been enough optimism and goodcheer among men in the put that the north pole has not been found When found an optimist com finditthat resolute and successful crew as the one who sailed with 1eary on an earlier expedition lie was indeed a cynic Let me Rive Withlearydeck Pointing to the sky ablaze with splendid planet said Isnt that a beautiful star repliedDidS YOU HAVE NO RIGHT TO SUFFER From Constipation Bowel and Stout itch Trouble Q What is the beginning of sickness A Constipation ConstipationA to oil the waste matter which lies in the alimentary canal where it decays and poisons en aredeathease Note the deaths from typhod fever and appendicitis stomach trouble at the present time ConstipationA can of na tore promptly Lack of exercise Exces live work Mental emotion and im proper diet Contipationsufferingthan bowelkidneyothersIndigestionsleep and strength are ita symptoms piles byConstipationto all physicians but few sufferers realize their condition until it is too late Worn en become confirmed invalids as a result of Constipation thisA doctor thatisQ Can it be cured A Yes with proper treatment The common error is to resort to physics such injectionsetejurious and increase the malady You know this by your own ex pene1ce itAposithely in the shortest space of time No other remedy has before been known to cure Constipation positively and permanently TonicA cent of the juice of Concord It exerts a peculiar strengthening healing influ ence upon to that can do their work unaided The process is gradual but sure It u not a but it cures Constipation Dysentery Stomach and Bowel Trouble Having a rich fruity grape flavor it is to take As a it is unequalled insuring the system against It strengthens and up waste tissue bebadA Your druggist sells it Thc dollar bottle contains nearly three times the 0cent size Good for ailing children and nursing mothersA bottle to all who have never used it because we know it Will cure you 138 FREE BOTTLE 12233 FREE SinS this will your name and ddreuronr dravsln name sad to PIT Postage and we wlllsnpplr Ityou bate GrapeFOIIIC end fUJIItowardGRAPE Toxic Co 147 Third Aye Rock Island BL Gim Full JLdiretf dad ITrttt PtsMy St reDtGO cool and battle at aU dniggstp Tbe II bottle eoniainu aboutllz times as muCb at the K rent bottle and atx ntthreo times es marS as tbe n rant bottle There U a great saTta baying tbeVl53 sUe The genuine has a date and number stamped on the label take no other from your druggist a Such friendly Friends Maude Jack Huggins has been railing on me for nearly three iu atlt 1nprct a proposal soon ClaraOh Jack never rushesthings It was at least five mon pro pOled to meChicago Journal To Cure a Cold In One Day Tako I LXiTive BROXO Quinine Tablets Druggists refund money If it falls to cure GW GuovBa signature is on each box 33c A nan has to be proud of his goodlookingUbusiness woriesN Y Press To sweeten To refresh To cleanse the systemS Effectually and Gently There is only one Genuine l Syrup of Figs to get its bene- fic ial effects r f r JC jr f tj= tpt4 tir QrV t I +77 f fI uPJ 1 rt pS y t Ir Jpy J t f fJ f AC tjf t J IrrHEotDMoh 6tlr StJacobsOil has traveled round the world and everywhere humanVIte j Aches and Pains have welcomed It and blest II for a cure Price 35c and SOcV a e lsssIesernssuhsseV 5a00VTebaGlfes for Reliable lafirutiMVWe have set aside I jtogirefive dollars fur a POJTAL CAin giving tie first news of a chtnco to tell t kotllonlil ttrtn ratlae ofVem tjle within our l nie ul tJxu We da sot vial laqalrie it ibis limt for Ttitical tiictlon of 511 eatlaci ATLAS Ii4sonlaiwocli ENGINES AND BOILERS ATLAS ENGINE WORKS Vtciisand Tkmnunr Enjunfc Wmr TsbTsbQ14 rtbiiUu bilM la Mrrie B K ItlM li n la civic ijsnfai n f f u THE MAN BEHIND THE SAW Hastaxj work i f Its an AtVlnf 4Honthere are other men fcebtad Atkins Saw The originator of IID BTBIU theCae croclbia made was a good thaAtktns deal or a secrettempering process was Ukamn a man ol brains genius VsAnd theta are lasS workmen behind this saw nuuteriot their craft whose Iktll and 4 pride of workmhl have helped tomake the q Atkins Trade llarkan assurance of quality u I reliable as the GovermentaiMy stamp Wo make alt tJ s and sizes of Saws but only one gradfrtbe best f Atkins Saws CornKnlws Perfection Floor I Scrapers etc are sold by all good hardware dealers Catalogue on request EC ATKINS mCO Inc Lirdt Saw Miauficttrtn la tJl4 World Fcdonr and Eucotne Ofion Waaapot ltns Mtaaeapofla rhJFranclMO Canute AmSuIsaelai Os theMiDaElud I SOLD BY DEALERS EVBlYWCRb FORWOMEN eronlIM with pecaltar to tnelr sex liedsadcucbeI3 Ban UlShl TIIorouEh1Yc1eancsk11a4isease stops discharges heals j ntloa an41Dci- Jreuss cores Iwcorrnoj acd nasal catarrh f mne U in pcrmler form to be diisolrcd in sure water and is fir hezlisf emkida1Vand economkal than liquid antiwptksfor au TOttETAND WOMENS SPECIAL USES at druggists emU a box Trial Box and Book ol Instructions Free TaN IL PAXTOH Cotir ANT Boarcn Uas is3aDaySir 5MgrareIdwUisbeaa hmWIl1le tsteach yea ft ysewcr5 Ia t Sb ii 7 d4I ad efli pelUfall wai Iprof J ukoIoooIl7 r Writ atone SOUL o 5x ItatnltalUch PENSIONS ktuaksidsjbktli nnngeatc5C1yiiVaiinr on tlaa bl1iienyTiraodfurwISUg rscordiot mostiojal eoidiereserviee and Ohio into V year pracUce Lairsand Id a w SeCOISICX k 8055 wmt 5lUitiUsii fh1Tf IA N L 2105 wjjheadaches bilious or con stipatedL For men women and children LVActs best onVthe kidneys and liver stomach and bowels Alwcys buy the s mine Manufactured by the IfRNIA It iup JS V1 LoisviIre Ky rancisco1ewYork4iY The genuine Syrup of Figs is for saTe fcy aH iirstclass druggists The name of the company California Fig Syrup Co is always prihlcdon the4rpnt of every package Price Fifty Gents p1tt4ct f wi rc3 aj t r I v I a V IN ADVANCE 0 V communtratlons to jonic W5 HONAKSR Owingsville j z ubsjcrihcrs desiring a cnanjjc of cl shnuld ulivuyB give pfcviiHiB ftddrtss when writing- CorrfBpiindetits when out of ta tifiherv sliould menlon fact tm a rate slip of paper iJUcrfraniission i nllowed toany titily m til BcriptiohB TncODTLOoK is sent one cnr for ne dollar ixtnont ha for sixty TKURSbA7 DEO 21 1005 IN proportion to w numbeVecn hgod football is hjiaoft as futai as lit not s he t indnrd Oil dividends hit November iht progrets of tae revolution In J like that vaet nu x Ilon laduo ii tot Urrible atone ijient for cpAti ie nfraifrulw SKKAton MoCBXAKt UM Intro v it will cut no ice o6t taritf l MtSs ALICB RuoiKVEiTdtxiighter fit Uie HreBldent and CpnctesBUmn sr JolJulas Longworlhtif Cincinnati rnE utloriiies of the pSiNaval J SHdeuiy ut Aniiflptilis have been rnistd iyf recent brulnrcufe rif Jiazirig to distn 181 soiuu bf lh gull V hd to Aunoiinco tjle pl ijy ofadopiing the vuiost Vigorpun iucaiiiire8 to slop the deviiiali ptkc 1oo of liHzlnji Jpood forthera tBEKKEirr of Je York has trodXicetl a bill in the House ii re duco the rcpr eentatiyes from jpv n Southern States 3ff KB n puliiioHtf party doesnt need thn fWi sEiwpi n yoing ier bn lierway t her V v xre eiieiy Herasan Nyjnndj MI rl drevyj i pistof arid shot Njiland idttadi ilspatehsaya sjip hais noy jbeea Srrested n l ilHely will nrt be HVAiUiHtfeirlin ord rUprotect hdrself had to be a law Some day P9bly r ch ffiolJlMWS vfil be clSnilniitcd fropi Vututebnoka ndliffl t llis of lWeriitufe Will wonder why people f tlira day Xere so dense as t CORRESRONDliNCE visitedrola Suhdny lit Smntliere f d Mr J5 l Taylor and daught i tprjJethl was tlie C ani Leplfov Sh rout ad WiHie HiijHilloa FrJ t i3Si j onea uud wife ifft outl B fcUreg rs as Jn Kolicrt WiilllnRford has bceb yory jfeick fprln pastfewdqys Charley PerklnS of Mnysvllltf s vlUinU J M llurloy and this week JIvSiConrhd of Harrison county is vlaltliiK her bVOtliot S A id fatnlly Ilobcirt Gardiner isVisiUtighTH brotiinr K H Gurdliitr nntf Ituiiily jiere this week Mlsa Anna Shrout who ha Itnen ylsltin her nXjIit Sain Haw kins returnedktv lief hunio ntBothyl last i Tom Stone Is very filcfc with ccneuuiption The last of tjib tutkeyfl wentolT of tho Branch Wcdn 9dnyiaj tc Ferry is viniiitig tier sister ilrs William Norriv A K Coylc of Prickly Asji WHS t o cueat rif bie raotlWrY Aunt Becky Coyle bora Sjiuday j Mrs Moltitj Goyie nd daiigiitcA Sliss Ether and Jobn Arahrft Lathram of Flat Cretk visited iho fatnily of John T Luthramj Siindajr Alfred Stephens and Tom N6rri6 iti ted the Tamilj OT Jbck Copher nn Flat Creek Sundaynight Jind attended Court av Ut Sterling Upper White Oak Tobaccohtrjpplns is the order of the day Mrs Lola Crouoh is very sick iicr frotuIJohn Arnold Tlioniasof PlatCree fount Saturday nlKbt and Sunday with his grandparents J D Arnold and wlft Of tills placu Wbo baVH juiit returnwl frpin MlRr our fipeut Saturday ilight vlth Mrs Georgo ATruuibo Christinas Is nlinqst hero d nJ most hear bid Saint Niksfilelgbolls jlpginiJSo I vJ h THK O TiXtp mid its reaclerfi a nerry Xmns niU a happy NSAV Yeari Vf tlionght ntiirdtty tnornliiR vhouwOsawtlio snow sbrne elj lii or nine Inches deep tbtf coal dealore inlglitfebt easy and pitt asldd their ttluscope but I fear they will not Lcl toclo so forjkltliougli tho snow the w was nilld tud iploiisuiit alid Wartn and thesnow hns now iilinost disapiieared Woo to tho coal dealer J W Crflin bougnof livU Anderson five iit 350 per liendl J WLrdin sold Jya oUtvfly 5 L Vico purchased of James Grain tvoiiiea for 20 uko jtwiryeariing ateers for 50 f Fleming county visited1 tros formers lincl Nacp Vice and fanjily Saturduy Frank Eatill wUiand son AJii bear FleminK burgYseralidaj8 iast week Mrs Louis paypfSherbuine ivisited her sister AJraJ AL Ueiy rick nnd other relatlveB days lust week The Wyinmlng Christian Church will have a Christinas tree cnter tuinuient at the cliurch at 1 oclock ni CbristmHS Say t Thomas YJCD Gletn Riddlc wjfei and twp jluTtfrh rctiirned last week from MiEeoun where thotf bve resitlcd for thcs past two ycawi There is no place like Old Kj Jatpes Jr and wife of Moorefleld visited tlid formers Win Razor oiicht of HuYr Higliley a coming iwoyoarojil ho reef r Win Kazorwand E Cf Kimbrell MVcn tttQ Sunday i atttcndCburt day Monday ri2f jfe t 1 to be better but took woreb Fri ay and ioptt ijeaivery bad Rldr uriiunl ig nit Lick dnytnigJit Sunday raornfhg anil jifght brar last eernion at this placet jBoofto ltigraBi wasi at M3i ohead one fltfy last weelc to intend to nia jfatlier a business in tlie bsrik tbtttvbrrtftiB bat A while jbuck Mri Ingram1iuUflt560 slock i SoiB fclqw from Mbrehead wcril M lut Criel anjasyougii omo coro hired uieaw fro t take a load oftjcorn ato Kiqrohead The riyer had rUcn and tire ferry i boat iii i got away They caiui down jjefeitu get ferrifd ncrosf the river One team was takoii oygr jird thoy werQ pctlihg tbe other team into the boat ji river and pulfed the tnuleetiut of tlieboat Tiifctnules wsre drown wL Tho coVn and bed loatud oJFi fh tei m and wagon lodged p short ijisiynce from the foru Jind tiey Inndefl tB wagon hid u sjiort disjrtnce ibelowV iHt Foley carae ijl bf iact rfew tanke some setliement TOlro rUtHttffi of OwlrigtiVHIej vrsU feiv wm j Jttii IPuvwfiatdbeBl lD afl fb- rrtroiitknov vviiViutiJ tiJ Xiitfa for ijsctor or1Dtyiitii jatv BlasiatL CWkrelllhijisli per t bl julfgetl fii tli wu closctJ oilt Jnsv I nui 8ucrosBrt fldn Scb Hnvda Ibe heiress vA mYi i arc tiot cr ss iffyagrrs1 Jjjild the AVIso Ontr JjyWr look Into pacndihyrtl WJji ues fewdaysi mules tu AR UQberbonf i er altoh iind Tkniljyi a ti vefr aI W y 0 mingfla6 1 F W Gray B fiJj u B Ed Oollver and w young folKs TI party iiijhtr Jvliieb was vefy lied friendB ind rciatiyai liigsTiurg froui Saturday U i I in Cirstinafl day Q HvxGrayefi went to I W feonix and soti Berf Eg jny NortbcuU ia wUiiii at liVinchetiter M il iss Lizzia Sff arts v irj ing8villb6iopping iriday MlssvCortt S cncewae u gu5Si feeorge Swards aeliyered lOOiic keys iit M t Storlig Vednedjr visl ted relati vesMiereliist wedfc i raGW Thoropson vfcnlV- Mt Sterling shopping SHtur uj Is vielting friends here this wcpf- cAlgin Clark nnd JUsa jj litftneun wcrein 0 wjdgBvine Thursday V irssesMayHejmnll and Effle addition to thej UUACiI Jrwt v Sljrs J K Jwksfn visited Ker Sirs JUjrae liarnes Jnt OT itfgavillev Sunday W- r j WvPenjjta e lrool cloVcd tit Sour Sprinsf Friday with a nJcfr jfreat fortbe Mrs fbrasher has nd tliewintcj with heiftiaughter filrs Bud Clark at Covingtoh JSil VarrXnRndwifeofHbdricfcA of thejr- cbiiein S SEwrehiind wifeSundav xbjThad beenin Vye yirgfniu foe a yearr returned liptne Sutilraay to spend thu liellduytf John Pcnix whfc thaa been srck eoiuo iQtfntli went to tho h spital t Salt tic und his pbysici n thinks hcirImproving MraEnnuiJcGrajh received w telcgnuu Friday Jtliut her duughterj Airs Ciarencc AlcCiitln was She lived near AIt Herliiig Evetybndy fremeuiher wp will liuvah box at thci school1 oU8 Weilnesday nfgtit Dec f 0Yeiad sadJRccldoDt nearjiere uiid y Anight Wi liani Sterling andgoingb ck n irtuS itruju Vnd wasihsUtitly kill IJo leiiVca u wifc nd ono cbQ ltManies Uu rker and Bob uiffhjt7e gujfig to Fanners tp qrjj ndfounrt Mm W ry f tfSfv5 M Jl ftdossa i6tie felon unclilte lianin iL Ii tciicf wtuj jutte stcli SativfrtB jrni h t but iff belter novr Hoyt little son of J 1 towa ahd wlfo is quite stek with pncu SGeorgi Bv Snellihg sold four Slioaib to Totn Boydaveraglng82i 1li8vdt Oo jitr b LIti nariiell visited tout Oak Icy arid vviflvoU Iloon Run VciU Heyday nl tiv ofTaKVwe fk v G W Bciyd rand wife visited 1efry Goiidfrnster and wife in Ow injjfvillei Wednesday night and VlUeharU wife nml eon Elmer tf Ypperuqbe City Ofilii iirlved loft weckon u visit to re JV Rogers sold his farm haley ti jier iiire t ahecbhrch all oclock nTH 0 Ji Hi lyo Slolin Triintbii Fold fa fat fialrimt Averaging 103J Ibs Ian y 4l l Fli Creel nlbiuCrboksj Jeight4 75 Ibs n7ii n 78ywir lie t3iri rjlldrM rdeiia T iiii icm JicAWrtn ll Afas a ililt tfff trreri iiiora ourirrrrkiov wtf hVp tiriifct tlivO d 41 o va rii enrl8 and daugbtfer BrjiiDlorfaCT visited GreenMyprs t iSloor if and pfcached atMtdayKSJI Sunday atJ6jlea rHarVeiilihiea and little daughter vlio I8 gu f tejBickJi n iiii Fell qne d y e n gell if or fdwcnjn biehvl A sili Olympl on Slatte bondV T f ClyVle BrrtwiirttlJ6 B8 lieeti laid up Wlif pqjil ia dllt ngaln Hq SIIJB t John Kurrick arid wtfc jfob Tijunn nod wtfu of Sudy visited his brotherinlaw W E White andwife last week G WxTiiriey and wife aptn I Stirijdiiy with his Itroflier Thoa II and family Bl Corinth Uelwig will go to Ashlurid Thlirgdoy to assist lla father in the QhrUitiinis rush of business there j Thps Carr and two 8i8teri of Jlulr Uhiid tlieir cousin E L Puynoniul family Saturday nud Sunday airs J Wilson and children BpentSJUnday wi ibil art Don nMeon and fdniUv as did S l J Wl Montjoy ntid5rlfex r Evi gt gpeflt sevbra Uuys here last lastwrtk vislVingrthel brother in in yjghn Vll80t flnd f jnilyatMtj ifonnd chid vltli hira tlieyhiiv jne beeTK fiero souia timej a iJesiritltterback Pr Hj Stcpiena ahi t liag Steele titiik in the biix Ylwy d of the boxes aaTiJgh a3IQli3ordfQ a SluSter Jing boy undlbwestbiing 250 twenty boxebring1n8diOGr at auccpsi etire WeJI C3lirttnap lsaV t jvith Us merTwXiflfipj btltforLortls sake dont djas hiive iilrvadyitloiie eate rtuatmucltjiud Ret noVgood out of t things that iMind fT In New ttVul Deni Imnor to iH ttti his s abstracts from his my revviiiv ysargiii kill iyjntdvrtrfe li poiiid OfeXa girutitnvUji that tJi Monir rtnjitIffor utfiiu lUs ipi pltitvbnirny8 Hull tlrtti- lifr IMHjtftvWjijjeh liiTre pTrP rved- Uiitii wiiiitd have dec iytU us that is4inf tlua thnl otj UnothVr to iooinmit 8uff fdty tfitf e p it npt I T am Uere p J 2 j Stncc4 X hiryg beenjjcgiijtfr jiiuufe goijVg tb t fihiSjwijSfVtlfings I htye made it Ji rtil to lied when hefe wasiv5ijlnYbodyleft to sit upiWith am OTpde It a rule in when I Ji di Tiije has resu1ted in nb unsWcrwing regularity of persrJnv persistently Strict In stickrng tj me uniil one or tllo other ofTU goL thabestp it rntiXcly T got th best of it uiyjseir But last sr rng stopped froljqkirig with ralwTe pie after biidnight Up to lliwi J1 httii altpiiys bblieVed It wap notloaded For eals tltitye tB C coffae and fjrsHuat 8 in iliiV roffrnligahjl jiDl a fiilo nor suRun til 3b ovlpck Tn ho ovcningr eieS n hoursii TJiat isall for me io wbpleHOmc beWufov 1 j6ev rhad a headicho In my life ilt lieadachy people wolild Tiot o tryi j f TOU fisd you cant m ke70lby tIt njfpcorBfortabl road dofit kfitfgpS Vnon tliey take off tha niid retirojim to jbcjraiir Viif graokerj put on your tiii KfV Sipiint your checks si j d get 7 t nt iwaj tiVtiqn where tTicFe a cemetery s Jngi 1 dii hot knaw jiist Vhelul i it J v iBtltwnsjtV roy fat eri td tbftt tiscreett He ijieflejU jrom thfejlffe early 4h 1817i Aa an Jiris al vVPf X Iref rni ti Vd Pbnietrme niree finitie uiid Inevj r yrtitfany of tli e oppottuiiitiejlrio inoke This luibit so old and rl vi liififc f ytin sir would fi o1 f jTrti fluiuid lo p tlie only moral PDUVH jjof rafnning tlio chuiruianiwji youye otono I nra miikjhj nochargeH- I wtiijraiit here tbwtI fijivp Ptup u aiuuiviii iu HIM iii ii jiii u tew niohthp at tin p bVt it was not on principle 5 wy to ahpxv oJF It WB tirpiiJyeYIze thn e pchica wlili iM w s n elate to juy iii1ils and cnnl frivt break my btfnds Today it ifijili if sixty years since Llicfan to BniokeCthe Hnih I h a ysr with i f s beltTBrouhdthciii iijarb found hat tlrtse were too qxjiensive for tue I hriVa ahvajS brtu jljt clianp clgurs reJagunnlily fhe j nt ntiy rate Stxtjryearw ago thcjflfciVl jn four dol r n burrelJbtif toy A1 lias tinprtTvtd IiUterfy 1 now six r ve SavenyJLklilnk Yce ftft FCten But that Vloftfin h vo smoking pnrtips t ray hpuse but hepeoplo that ciVrao havealwjiys just tnkeji the pledge1 X wonder why that Is As for drinking I lioveno rire Uoiitthat When the others diitjk I likvt help otherwise I remuin lljr vjr untiiv iinu iitrtui iiui 11110 dryness doo3iioi mrt vnte but it could hurt youb caitso you aYodittVrent Yon jetVi ntne Sinco I rfao 1 years old I liav seldom tnktn o dose o mediuinp and have seldbmeriieedeci one But up to 7 I lived escitigtvoly Upon al Kujtiiic Nrit tliat 1 jectlHd tiipm fur I didhr think X did It was fxir economy iynither thnlc a drug for debty and it made cotJ liypr oil iIienper tliunthe other brcakiiist foods Wo jfuilnlne barrch of it and it lasted Covert years The feel of tlio fhraily had 10 gel along wlUl rnuburb hlidlpe cne and sii Ill thiiijj9 lesau o I wiia tjie pety I wnc fjr t gtiuidard OilTrUet 1 had it ajj Byvihotime Ijte dnJji sU ife wnp toy health was estuhlirh Hd und therp hii iicrer liern niuch Jli 7iitiipr ritli me inf Hut yoji knOvyit ivoulii b foiilsh ri r tlit Average liild to stnlrt for 70 wn tliat bji fa lt ljtiiptn dto Tie jjisf the tlflng for ine but JthaXinS merely nn accident ico 1101 happei aanln in acintury V IJiavo never Jakcu Jinye utclise except slcejVing and rest ipp nnil 1 nev r intend ti tufce ExBrCie is rrwMiteoriTe iVrfditcaftnot ieof iny hrnefit when you pr fr ul IWU8 iihvtiys rlrcd But lei anot en person try my wjyandBec wjip o will end itIit8irart6w toctiipbnn1za nnif repyUi that iuiixliu Vo cajit i eVicli iit inge l yTmttiervic ul8 road Sij habita jrT uet ufy ljf but tlley voul VnVS i5nate you I hnvillvd asfvcr ly mural life But it wouKT be a iijlstiike for titli pr people to try liiatj or for me to feviinm nd it V ry few would iiucceeillJynifliHvtf to hfjye 1i pyr ir JU 1iv to s whiile rfiijig and r box im JiVojiirtiriientr a forvigu hioguage rnoirtrtiilijjorii vviiii tlicui1 iasnt jnysirlf 1 ttti rfwt pixjr I hmlui II k e la t t Iie w Ji rid he f rin jno t uii roiIn tlie li ti NoVcvpn itfr InftvjUiice moral lian rela ii ber tjip first 1 ever got J I cnn Tcnieifihcr my liihriapape rbi wttitlif rIlif J paiif reiueia her1 lw tvvrytliingJotikecL Jtt wus fld HJI old seconiir hand liioraiujill jiuioTTepaiiianiindilnt tit jiV Bdtiif you aro carp liilwltli n thing like ibrtt andjceep i lhH drj place uidiiv Tit for prneetfaYoriB nd Chtutttu uaii1 jind Infect JtlCnd ihoijj and grve it a rC3vcVattit whheva h in wbile you will be surprised tu Svill fast and how ionjipliowilf eep swcet or at least iriolfeiisSyei v J v jlehejiud stripped grojTngk be I worked Heir hard tivatjonvsie waxed in rorgh and stiiturel36yond belief and served me wrell find was niy prfde and joy for sixtythree years tfi n he gotto ibssnciatihK witli inaurance nnd lost flesliund uhhf actcrandrVrasn sorrow to luulf iit and no loir ur conipet iit for busi ncs ifie va s a great loss to m- eIet not nil IosJ 1 eofi he nil piubetie skeleton as she waV Isold her t Leopold jha pirate kibgo he sold lier to the MdtropoliVan Slufeura and it wjiB very glad togtit for wit h obt n r igon she stands fifty eevcn feSVUOiwjtnd sixteen feot high anil tVpytlitnk shes alironto jiUr Well It They belreve It will take nirtetcan geolpgicnl periods to breed Jicr match Morals are of inestimable valup foe every runn ia born crammed wti eh microbe lindthe only thiri that can extirpate tlippe sin microbes ia Morals Now yott lake a Bterilized ChristjanrI itfeanyoil take TUB aterilized Christian ir theres only onerdearsfr 1 wish ppv wi uldnt look at me like thaK Threo sooreyear Und toiu UU J8 the Scrip ai statute of U After llirttvyou own 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aftd would nestle in tHoXiitntey corner ri nd slnok my pipe aiulYciid book anil iulr uy roifwifitrinK you t ll iv nil ujreruiin nnd U t when y jtiur tv TnshnIlarrivLvut pier JJ 70 yuriuay step iihnnrd wJi4 ing Tirjiwijlt a rifnricijfu pirit rfntf fiiy ynliir citir e t t rl tlib V AJ HvHa Notice of Sale ireiii t jfitirt ntit lie Qtflohcr1 l rnh- juOgi In tlii alnyb sp XJift nhpitt 1 oclii p R itferfiVr suk ihtlie Ji coftntyi the followihi t property to vjji A tiitff 4y in iti Iliitlr ujninty J y thenue sfMuli wif ini to biJsh In 5tat o8 right of vrny tfio iium nf77jYijlbtlng IjejrJH c reiUb of 9 tu j 3il le arei 8 win Bttreu1red1ocxecut5 biitiil with appj vetfllUi3iy piireljase prjce ujnbl tA V II S Cl CV U Pitito son Oilie CurpetMeA id F f Ify vi rt ue of a jxiiVgroeni and or of sale rendered In Uip Batli jTrcult Court iit the Ootnjjer teriii 1905 lhti ai fveBiyled aSf lhp tllji n MONDAY JANBRfeS ISOB tit piibUc ajtetipp hUUse dour inOivvingsvyitf land eiiosted iiuITa fork of the laie 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