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to Omar RatliiU for twm bought 8 acres of George for 800 BudBrolher is receiving car load ofKlwood Plain and Barbed wire fence which He la offering at the lowest ruling prices Several icj houses were filled Ian week with ice from seven to tenI inches thick The ice was secured fi from ponds and Slate creektFish Brothers farm wagons hove given better satisfaction on the whole than any Wagon sold in the county fOrvefhBud Brother Tiie Elwood woven wire fence will turn chickens pigs and cattle nod ja aa cheap in price us any nhf r good fence Bud lirutlurt rgent i criibought ton two yoittuldmulea oJ RIctart Monday Thoy will iifeXktnoui ut once and uifer them JoYsale 00I TIieltdvaun tight txro Sun t jjiiyt t pt oven u cigar could be jlUeItSed NewjiapOr Wee sold f but no maglUlnes or j jtJliaS could be bOUAI t f1 Many poiIefrztin UdliilyrisiIei II SlIte reek no J IL i irI it4tl a rater wa I Ctl IJilrgthlllicu skate i nlittt- leffnlvS skie n llldeiitilliate ft11Ii dll 1MHIS Itll I i i Ltr 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Coraniohwealth ee69 liisdemeanora 31 nttrich bnilIti Min that they hid located Lee rI DijneaJ5Vof color out hAd notftr Srestedisit Duncan U still Binder tlio chareeVof rebbiBj Jiibn31- KIIsiique a nhutnuir yetre isgo- i irrk will probably go after Dun 050- tUcvsry iIIH 91ttlOIOf John I Ki BIlMt ndwlffrfprtaarly or- t JtterIlNg now olC Pleasant Modjediis8tweekof diphtheria CoAi1otb fIIRltobert died R few 4jw iek4iiag vof vthe saie disenae- Iheafrs ire reIticenf the Kliiotta r tieresilare weilkBown to Bath V1Ji typenple Th i I r CnuYTURADuarIsThecsunt5I 3 ntre Jts 4 tsd 7 Iyp lsa FLf MIie N Squlrei and Willis itte Sieie eIlccefefuhIy pases- Iq thispek Fell frtT their teacner 4 ssiLuIIQuItenberry I hope Nii nfhrjtcaelterB will atriVetp prepare cttIJ C 1 JhI ette r PteErrT MCLrE CcvEpt l I K1LLEDA W jp AlCenU mu a5 rrof1 ientusthe foflow- lgltli ltsstweefr t 3fuf this ian t b f riz4i iyr9tr U rhe the wolfhhwci tt lr te rHO t6ree- lx I tfI I IIalirJJJg eS-Is 1f 1 t IZC MDI i i TayItir5eriIif I l- JIIIr hi I whQ tiJ1cf 1 tf J ti t f 4 S J vJff r i tH jI1 ffY tI rco 1t l iII SkJ Ii i st iI ii i 1 J I JL 1 t 1 1 J Vj q jfJoi tts OJ IJ TJ 1 iw icEqr 4 Il 6 PERSONAL MrsElon Ktirbridge la very with pneumonia W S Gudgell was in Carlisle on business lust week Uea Conner was in Lexington Wednesday and Thursday Emmet W Frutmnn was in Frankfort Friday on business James Pendleton and wife of Paris come Saturday to visit Mrs Amanda Crouch Tijiton Pieratl went to UlSter tionLMiss Florence Wynttof McStor liner visited Mra John Scott sonic iisthe past week Mss Mary G idgeIl has returned from a visit to Mian Ruth McClin tock at Mlllersbtirg Miss Annie Sheehan returned last week from n visit to Miss Sis Barnes at Salt Lick Dr G W Conner is sitting up a part of the time now und is recov ering from his wound Elder Robert Campbell went to Garrard county Tuesday to visit his wife and baby son fheriir C S RntlilF and family have returned from n visit to his mother in Mt Sterling J B Goodpaster was in Lexing on last week to attend the Horse sales He purchased one horse forI Miss Mattie Woodson Barnes of west of town is visiting her sister Mrs Leslie McCormick in Mt Sterling OWar Barber of Wyoming hiss moved to town and opened u law nlliue lie ia cordially welcomed to citizenship Mrs Daniel Goodan stud son Bu ford Aur Stoops clime Sunday to visit relatives near town returning home Monday- S m u el Jrt Jackson Ropreeenta live of Acker Lodge went to Lou iiville Tneadty morning to attend the State A O U W Grand Lodge meeting Henry T Hopkins returned Sun iy from a visit to his rupar enl rrIIIId Mrs lUchllr RonprtPvillc S G Mra remained fur a luhsjir stuyi ilnnII Mrn T S lr And Min Nati1 LhkV I11lurAI1 ryIIIU hciattlrshssyV nary ifOIUPt- oll Ih em h f n weeks vi ittiyiniIlrs N I qJlII i t StrItriiI ml hSiJ dll httri Wor T 1 rhllIr of ihicnunjjk XA ninnyTehriv In the tllVflt county lA j1m jttN t UtjJUNC ity Council tHat istsay ui t H ist Wycfc and l inBi rclthph tnx ordinance which provides IIC IIEU tas to bo levied oh ev buninefs and professional pethere tiniake up a defiilt nf f IO in the toxvnH hn ii oat revenue car s edliy iho nholUhnirnt of itfons here Tile 1000 ia to bo used Inf WMintaining the electric street glutis The license tax question hud heen continued from the Jan ary meeting JcINS1 rNC 1t8DETnJhhn Spencer died at his home in AhIII Oklnhodin Friday Jan 18 UillI wife survives him They had two children Mrs Alfred Jackson and UllheitbothIf Oklahoma Mrs William Hart of toes Run and Joseph Spencer of Clertuort Ohio are the only ulSter anti brother liv ingUcceaped was aged nb utG5I years IInd11B a son of George Spencer He was born and reared on Roos Rlin He went toFranklin county lvj many years agD stud resided there u tU in recent years jVe removed to Oklahoma He waR widely known in this county and had a large number of personaf friends Ho was a good mankindbeart3iiir and bbligingnrid friendly dIso emuyWllrmfiJondl hu decease THE OuTWonjoins in roympathyto hia boreavcd family Ow N03VirtK ITlleb 13 1900 S M PIcehlOoar SjftOne of my Equitable polfcltB will be duo in n few days I notice that you offer n dividend nearly half of nil f have paid or to increase my policy nearly one hajf i have three other policies with you in thcEqutt able pno due ntxt ytarand Jfl was Jd Jake alJol tlywuuld be W- it1QIIIR the gcf rrTng to my records ace tnfftls23ye- ar8sln 4 wjntjommi leioned ex Jor le Comp nyoudlo tlit Iav passed on nearlY 0 appHcar s in of living whiii f tllat It V1 passed a ajrtioldi g pamcies 9v- bern settled for within deV days afteTl pronfeero made Our e UIIt1 arid aoclnl relations have o trnrth pfeasantest character duVing the past 25 years and Jet rae exlJ1I8a ftarnegt hope that youiypu1iave thfpwji la my wanthe fgoit wbrd8y9H have spoken lot m6fat e auidwishing diet good thinge of this life fcon- t tiMe to c8Baey6uriw y lafever Verytrulvyoiir- eIi r Jf DitFisE p GDOtLL l L tTy i j f S Mra Elira Hi from the haute of IIf town to her prr Avenue W F been living in M v i moved to Oscar Cha vacated by Luther Da Tie77 moved to tho Cole prJIrty in the eastern suburbs FIRE AT PUEPTOK t ce gSincra t merchandise store of AfiurBarne at Preston caught fire probably from a defective disc at oclock Tuesday morning The 6 rehouse all the and goods were cdnpurneoV Tho postodlco was in tho saws building but nil of it was saved The loss is about 2500 partially covered by insurance iWATKINS Mtv BE INSANK John Vatkins the Lxin ton Jie rCJin JaiV here charged rith killing Wm Mullins a white man at Midland City about a month ago has been tiding strangely for several days and id believed by many to bo Insane Watkins walks the floor of his cell constantly groans sinO grunts in a horrible manner ents but little and sleeps rarely If he is shamming he is putting up a good article Watkins is plainly of the lower order of his race and liaR never eeemed to realize the predicament ho is in- MYEttHATLIFzAt the home of the brides mother Mrs Lou Rtliff Its hi9CIt morn lug Miss Ann Elizabeth Rntlii was u ni tod in murriage tb Mr Ben My ers of Cincinnati Rev It Hobb wat the odiciating minister The bride is a handsome and stylish young lady and quite popular The groom is a fine business man uhd is now hoMing a position with the Standard Oil Company Iml mediately alter the ceremony thai young couple lef on the 5 30 train for Cincinnati where they will re sill Tho best wishes of a host of friends follow tliewMt Sterling Sentinel mocrntIk CONTRACT ron GA LISB d meeting of the CstyCoj f 4 night of lust wfej IUaue with l 4 Cumptlt II p 4 1 liJ d4 iy f1 S t 1Fr f Z S LS s+ iiiI pt fc F t1l r t1 t f li1 i t j 1j i r uJlltri a i C Marrietlt iRem tuele on Lnc1i ruary 7 lOOti Mr Jd i I to Miss Mary RelUweTh Iutil W Gtuit to Mist Irma o mole Rev OFWilliutaa officiating On Wednesday morning OldBoreas blow his keenest blasts and theair was of a chili nearly approaching the zero mark hut wlendid temp tation dull loving hearteor beauty or chivalry in choice of compan ions for bettor fur worse forI richer for poorer An intimate knowledge of nil the participants in this embarkation upon the sea of matrimony had long since sails jed the public opinion that these mutches were instituted by a direct fiat from the portals of Heavenand at 8 oclock am in the spacious par lure of the residence of the brideti parents was gathered mi interested tI orli le tIiui n tlireo oorB reftfriVeiSind fnetuU Mrr G W Vtnaori presided at the piano and fisher skillful fingers struck the tirst chords of Men 1ls nbns wed ding march each groom presented himself with his prospective bride amid n solemn hush of expectancy The ceremiiny of the Methodist church was pronounced with unusual tenderness and solemnity by ReVO F Williams paator of the M E JluurJrnti1hs1tundeach cou pie wasin Mod on lifes journey ae huabiau and wife A carriage was in aUiriesa to take them totboJ- fepnt where they took the train for the Queen City to remain soy eral days The hriden are slaters until lovely young women of attractive personality sterling worth accoiuplishmcntsand of gentle and amiable dispositions Mr K idler is a bookkeeper in the s Ntii1I1 BarjJffrHrtWJJBa iea I tiir Jr fivbry Sons n tile word h correct and fndiu t fIJR business msnanda htiehsridit wliom any woman might well l o proud Mr Gault tIns by honest Industry and tact built a fine trade in the Racket stuns of this plane and stands high in the estimation pf this public as a man of strict Integrity Both have a wide circle of admllngfrlcnds and acqUaih tlt1lcanil Lou Is stendsa coidia- lweleomeo the ho ne coming of ttieie eeptinnaft y favore4ynuj- eop1e ItI Z 1 c n I e ndly Coinr DATA sprinkle of rain Monday morning didnt deter u largo crowd from attending the monthly market The weather wan cool but it cleared up in Ihe after noun and turned Into a very pretty day Tho merchants as a rule had on Iya fair trade while collections were very poor Tho mule market was very ac live Among the Bales of live stock were JW Hutaelt boughm bay horse of Ed Williams for 125 three mules of J D horton for 245 G B Hart bought of D H Spen cer n pair of mules for 261 20 T J Hart bought a horse of Lilo Hurt for 55 Thomas McCjintnck bought a pair of mules of 0 C Ellingion for 300it pair of John Tinclier for 320 MeClintock bought 13 head of mules Leo Goodpaster bought a mule of O C Ellington for 150 Walter Boyd sold a pair of unitIes to Elijah Groves for 260 James Williams sold a pair of mules to Ed To for 360 Ho had bought themSl1turdny of John Oakley for 350 S F McCormick bought a mule for 103 and one fur 100 JLJ NARUOW tscIlw PStrader tilt wholesale liquor dealer Jiad narrow escape from deaths by as phyxiation early Sunday mornir The natural guts pipes in the Ba ment of his residence on WestSi ouid street burst Saturday nig he epcltplng fluid 1lheIIn1 b t 2 f t ti 9AO t01ti tooI 1t t iS Ift t MA i i J f f 2fM U i l SS c 1 tJ 4 r 4 I I liit i 4 j t L q M r tl t SS JrflllheareI- svIg SS iuti It is needed liervnriue sun 2 months for we do have hot w er The prairio chickens are plentiful here thii winter Thl law protects thereafter the 1st of January Fish are so numerous we dtp them out of the water with our ice saws The winter lIoftir hAs been fine Wheut is Tic per bushel flax seed 510aper II jJhll0Its25cr e bushel Farmers ore beginhlng to raise cprisideraple corn Eg gs7 111 106prbshsetJork 4epundwheaori1 iaverage lust au went 20 hushola to the acre An average whoat crop for one man is 500 acres VJsile 1 nm writing I wilt give just plain facts in regard to South Dakota It is natural for South Dnkotans when visiting othcrStatee to stand up for South Dakota not Baying that I am u South Da kotan Helen modest man lie never boasts or exaggerates whet discussing the good points of his home State He doesnt have to A plain simple statement of South Dakotas resources are the open ings for a man of modest moans the chance for the laboring man to obtain a home of his own Tub State has great gold mines in the western part wheat fields in the center and eastern part Its ar tiean wells its healthful climate all these things in favor of the Strtlp ItlA enough just to men tinnthPTi without boastingtp Con ro4tho outsider what is in the I ao and South Dakotan from thp vernor down have fallen rot e habit of mentioning these ndv ntagea vh nover they happftr tc nd the borders of the 5 tait 1 = av IInl dle j vS IfJ iJ h 4s i a WallI j AMERICAN FENCE thehingethat is not toobard norton soft We canshow this fence in our stock andexplain its merits and superiority not only juthe roll but ia the field and see us our pricesIcars on hands at the old price We are just rceiving car of EMBED WIRE AND NAILS bought before the late advance You get the advantage Oliver HillsidePlowsWe can save you money on harness notwithstanding N big advance in leather Big stock nitchell Wagons All sizes Everyone guaranteed Special 10 Gent Glass and Quoenswaro Saturdnyri yronl i county Ky and I love my native tiveStutebHt South Dakota ha6 iiTuceri tar tile laboring man- C R UAILET LAW VloLTttNsDelvfpmellJs cause k istist In the Sunday clout iu w last week rtIiidiiytissSrti fudge N Reid Ilitt rsoii was briu Up for trial t before City JudK W W thevljar p ar 6ellii J ood S I a yfck agivln vit tunh iifthu dlYJ 111111 n Ia t It1 rv aflpmn rl t t 44 M fesultinp nl htlng jury ftriit1tvt tlater continued until Tuesday u this wick Jlurklun as arreAtedS ithjJudge PUertil in r hinrgo Marklund Work orIi rormerlytWednesday afteriii on Samuel PslAcliifdn the druggist who pur uejlin part of the Markland sTick was arrested charged with ling on Sunday He confessed Jgraent Saturday morning and i tined 2 and costsC- ONTROVEIZtW Ovxa S01100LAit- nlrOVerSy 18 being waged between he townspeople unit rnrmerSO- 8hnrpihurg over the pstnblipliiuenl u public graded BChool theteThe Townspeople are strongly in favor rtf the school while the farmers tart as strongly ltln8 it An election was called for lub20 when the question will he vo ldonWhen the farmers learned this they pre pared a petition signed by tilteerI W them protesting hod1iJi grounds of the hl IJ t afespssmcnt that wotjdftave tillfi Veyieif fonts supportand cUlimlfrunlsome extent and the townspeople made the opposition a proposition that if they the opposition would raise ft fund of 10000 for the pur Pose of erecting n now school build Ihg they would cull oif the election Ihis proposition was made at t j mass meeting held at Sharpsburg hist Thursday The oppnsors of tho school replied that they would raise 4500 toward a now school building and that that amount would be sufficient for a new school building there The opposition then made a poll of the room but only 075 was subscribed Then I was announced that tho wosdbc hldl1s intended The gentleman who telephoned tho above stated that the fueling was so strong there that s4YJ1111 had stopped epeak di l ieach other He also state d fl t the people in favor of the outnumbered the opposition niv it three to one m AUCTIONEER tffyqu waist the services of an an pioneer call on irte Torine reason l able EIR GtJDGELLOde k LETTER FROM CRAWOQURVILLC lNuFeb 5 lUOGlhe tine hItS arrived to renew my subscription to Tun OtmooKfor Icannot afford theletterthe UIIIand would enjoy them s more were it not that it has been thirtysix long years since I left hat conn ind many o uaaociuUM fat day have 5T moved to otiicr States hr4only recall theui inen litiunoTiho ir children rn t even that is u ICIttll met e are nowhai of winter s vfrJ ithe mildest wtn February hij t f ulJhelr1url Jr degrees nblnc1 hicldeitiSthis winter j HB in eatj ist tLnk cd and reqtVo unthfulcropooff Zing good prices r grain as wel as nck Shippers are 0 5 60 for fat hogsisnd pveryboy O this ytJr Irr s no disease among i tots county thlv as there often is Horses s are nigh arid plenty of them and trudori are enjoying a rich harvest We sire glad to know tliroughTnE OUTLOOK that old Bath county has enjoyed another season of reuson ably good crops and that they have bought fair rlcellAntl while we rejoice to know of the good fortunes of the good people of Bath county Iud my old native State as well we are made sail to read of the deaths of so ninny of the noble men and woolen of Baths county and spect tally were we sad to read of the deaths ofJames T Atchison as he was an associate of the writer when wo were young men anti many were the pleasant meetings spent togeth er in aid around Wyoming anti While Oak in company with many otnerJMng men of tht com munf ty whoare now men of GO and 60 i years of age and are conspicuous in the ulFnira of Bath county With many wishes for the success TutOuTiooK and its uiuny tenth ers stud the many relatives und friends of tho writer in huh und adjoining counties W W MCCLUKE INTERESTING FtCTiA rog can not breaijie with its mouth open JHpanese children are taught to write with both hands Quakers are very healthy theirI average longevity being 61 years An elephant will carry a load of 5000 pounds with ease Dried currants fed regularly to horses will give them phenomenal strength and endurance Tho turbet lays 12000000 eggs a year 11999800 wore than the best hon A certain jail in MexicO consists of nn oak tree iItha clink and staple attachment Bees heavers elephants and crows bunithor put to death such members of their eoiuuuinitiea as are lazy and wicked At Quito the only city directly on the Equator the sun rises and sets always at the same lIour6 oclock- c In Spain a physician pete five ruunIRnd j i l i SI a EUGENE MINIHAN 1 55 jr Makes the best 1ipiil HAND MADE SADDLES and HARNESS r fall kinds His Wagon Hn cchliip Check Lines and jllnd Bridles aro K HArn MATE and are better cjin btiyaiiywhscreatauirprlce tthU1fOIlant selling Collars Ilanies and at years prices You knojr jthiny cost Ulnra hut I lioughthosroro thu big advance nod nin fclvin lnvcustom r this boned of the low prices When you buy n VULCAN PLOW you jri t Hit bo t cliillrd plow umdo Bavo or corrugated points arSfthey fit cy tr tine I sell this lint Hillside Ilowsnt a low prlco Com iI t and wo mj IJJlhs and 1 will sava you motley jI nin youra for the best goods at a low price EUGENE MINIHAN oWingsvlieifJiI r ciJ A fI1EI6 jSRACKET STORE Sells you more goods tor the same rs money Everything soldat theIifrd lowest cash price 20ii Calico yd fs Mens Underwear 1sr apIhIQKnit Corset Covers 26c Pipe Wrunclfa Fancy Shirt Waist Patterns St75 Hack Saws 10s ffSun I5c Zr Knitting Yarn Skein ac Lanteru OIobe SMaiiaSprlnp Shirt Waist Goodsyd 12 lOc 2Blade Itusaell BarlowV v 20c Dr 89 Liuintf yd 6c Ear Muffs pr i 1 8e Ladles Union Suits J7c Pad LiCka 15 l0c CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W H WISE YOIITUi3tiL- upport canx me in theotyle to wish have been accu totned8he attlie smillJI r dont think I hlluhtbavl an tlUCJ inpruiisiIg 4rdthenphiorsshze iHt t 11LjawU r 1t K iIJn p 1cc k Ifr iy l rof N ii r r j It t jW r ofrt- i00 Jit ed otJmun once lIe uallllnn DS lie ington went to n photoj be photographed fwant my likeness taken aid h Cabinet the photo asked The Southerner reddeneR looked pleased No he answered just a plu everdny Congressman Pi tts bill g Gazetto NATURAL HistoRTFA Whitney of Meoteetsee Wyoming spent 1000 recently rather than disturb tilt grave of a favorite dog Mr Whitney rich r3n her w88 having n irrigation ditch and the pinna called fur a channel right through llio dotgis graver He changed the pinna giving thidilchH wide de ttxir and tlio grave remained un harmed though f JMgv yhllDej8 bank account tlija ei ltInot be 8allI f Mr Whitney is- s phiTantnropivHe greatly interested in nil chart ties that help children During a recent visit to New York he told a etory about little slum urchin whom he had sent on montlVf va cation into the The lad wits so ignfirant he pIthnt bethought we got mush hum the mushroom and milk mini the milkweed One morning a lady pointed to it horse in u field and said u Look at the horse Jimmy h Thats a oothe boy contra dieted Noaatd the lady Its a horcev Taint Its a cow said the boy horses has wagons to emo Pittsburg Gazette TKOS J JONES Livery Feed Sate Stable OWINGSVILLE KY Headquarters for horse and mil dealefijTolep JOe connection with Preston Station r The Outlook and daii Louisville Post one year for 385 tThe dailyLexingtonHer The Outlook one yearforS6 I frir jccIcrp 5 r A T5 v3r SS SS 0 cf 4 f 1j L 1lfG fie The Lcad ugNcwspaper 4ThLexId 0t PCS5l if H eraI t of I it i t41FOR 4 sewQ y Y PER EA 1f Comic Supplement and DooieysLetters f6ri9p6r jFull Associated Press Re ports 7bSS r Daily Grain Produce and Live toekrnurket reports from ail attheSleading cities The mOl t touipleta neighborhood news ThHbnlntuH tpaper that covers nil ofjUie lal11onc Central Keatuojiy Lexington Hei aldGo Lexington Ky of Weekly CourierJournaL and x Outlook one year for 160 The Outlook and Weefcly Commercial Gazette one vJ year for 140 ddJFJ I rlSvs5J 1 i 5S a iIo 1WI i e I I J1t 0 FItA f a JIa lV l b l 0 Y tIti r o I I tp tI J I J M Z l s4k t t1 M l r S t y fJ iI II y I5S s r r t S ytt4 I15i FEBRUARYlj1 G a 1 2 B i i 819202122232iI 25 26 27 28and MJ= Londons lord mayors nave during the past decade collected more Ui itn 100000000 for charitable and benevolent purposes The death of Brig Gen John Camp bell recently loaves only IS American officers on the retired list of tho army who served In the Mexican war I1 Abyssinia produces the finest ostrich feathers the price there being 1 IS to 231 a dozen for the best whIte c 96 cents to 193 a dozen for tho bla ckonl and half as much for gray leathers f The American Bible society which does not pretend to print Its Blbla i 1wbbioIpSlanguages and dialects Thcrop of iw t amounted to 2 Ei 4C743t us t which at 441 cents a bushel Imu a value to the farmer of 108T461440 Official fig ZZ fires of tho department of agriculture show that thoro were sown in com last spring 94011000 acres an in crease of2080000 acres or 23 per ByVj J Most of the South American Latin F countries have entered upon a new stage of development and progress both governmentally and commercial i ly and if not interrupted we may expect the South American continent to paSalongside her northern sister The faster and thIR are awake to our opportunities gcSexports of wheat for the calendar year 1905 exceed 113000000 bushels compared with about 93000 000 bushels in 1904 which up to thatr time exceeded all previous recoi dsbel beharvestedlarger than the last and exports for 130000000bushelsJ I If undergoing a rapid development B Fj Armstrong of Brownsville a wild animal ratar N 1t c y 4S t 1 4r1j 1Lt 1J44 lIi tIiIi S lto fft1 iti i It S l Ajx i 0 i t i tt 1j ri f 6 Ii i t f 0 J4 t 5p t4 Y e1 4 I Io tV t J II 1 I i 14 tS Ptd c bi It jltI a J it I c 1 f t jJA tf J s jV t t fJ4 uld atI f un s nd dispensed Inpat ers and candles The call formSomei quinine fiends prevented a reTolul LIonth Ittdrugrr 1 If plans of the Frlede Globe Tower 4 l 4I Co are carried out Coney Island will J soon present to the world Its crows tin wonder In theq hpe of en amusement t xnj1M ft various altitudes a roof garden thi modance hall revolving ca tk palm garden andloUtefvamusement features hund of reeoln the air It will have a d1W 0Iam ter of 300 feetandcontaln 500 square feet of floor space The bI poho 11rome will be 250 toot above the t ground tie care and dance hall 300 t feet the palm garden 400 sit To purchaseS rasota Keya trop ical Island ten miles long by a nileswIn wldtJabout three ra ft oft thewestern cocet of FlorIda Thst below 0 tampa bay and theresetul1ahuge f nienaeerie for breeding end proat Spa1mg for th80010gJcal market of i toUdan maJalstJ1 latest planofn f OupotdrciJs owners headed by ames A Bailey purpose is to BirawtniL the foreign animal dealers 4 to whom the prospective purchasers matsf11ihL nopoyitq r tByreason of the extinction of cer J lain classes of birds Were are many i4t costlythatV without feat ot exaggeration The t Jareet of all the eggs of a still t x 1 It istent falpllyot birds Is that laid by J1eC r the present moment there5 liJ1otfnexl enceOneSlnglSl 1 dozes perfect there are can be seen solely In some I 0t J pCfhe wealthiest and richest colle CoIma beLdwt toiraed to c f c etflextllJttbJf 0 iir a irs t Ji f Ji f 41 l t r 1 4 II l 0 r I n I 1 11 rrY fr If f iIf1 A f ta 1 f JijftI r f to fn tvt f ttj t r 1i t Ir tr iJ i J r4 7W I it i 5 f T J ii a q 1 Under theIr andBy STANLEY JWEYHAN Oopjrtgbt IIM bj8Unl 7 J We jmnn CHAPTER IVCONTINUED But nono was on tho Instant fortibcoming Tho windows stinatcly blind no figures nppeared on terrace tho garden lay desert without life My departure h not as I unit expected it would dra tho mysecretI my inownof timtheover that Then I determined to go do any andthingbeen down to tho Inn onco and Ii been received half sulkily halt courto oiisly as a at I gre incatc I advwenttho eatught41wa Mspenetrated to it Httlo and in patct y A squirrel stirred at times si Ing round a trunk or rlnt acr upsosspig Vlgruntedthe was vc tyetgrots j1HefOr thowa hulkingframe so bent that I might have si po opsedtho steady movement of his head from rig Ithto wh abichclo of loaves cloandbyeround him suspiciously but by that time trunk was dnnotinterval he went back to his taskmo stooping over It more closely if possl ble than before and hims wi stothD that time I had made mInd th tooatw I could not make n baattl nnd to feel the en thrnessmatter had not to do with Cocheforet It anwasIt rigseemedbri bangat the bottom of this And besides I felt a natural curiosity When Cl onwa at last Improved his pace and went on to the village I took up his task I called to mind all the woodloro I I ever known anti scanned trodden mould and crushed leaves with eaiger ey alesing of it at all and rose at last with Ia aching back and no advantage I did net go on to tho village after that but returned to the house where I found madam pacing the garden The Smoked up eagerly on hearing mytepthv fras mistaken if she was riot dis hntedIr she had not beon ex j some one else She hid the metVNiiP hbuse more than once whl1 I and she Deemed to be fn the 3vatch anti P thenh1o fJll i 2r t Sst t f w vw rvfiv s vi t i 1 to t oj f 1 q i4 2 te A 1i JaI t1 r o = 2 r lb idth sudden c her eyes 1a r hike hhntshe saId a rt r Gi1tatLthlnlc he does riot like i meIlesslruttWI than we are rcd naively It is natural fhouId be He has seen moro thTatie did not seem to notice It I was looking for him a little while ago and could not find him I said aClern caHoanswered loersamru an hotherforet does not seem very well today t said Not she answered carelessly notthinkab outmy husban tShe uttered ll last two words u Hicklye were sitting at the moment on a fousewas toying with the branch of a tlthatde of my face For I knew that it m bPve Itentlkn Inewcertain sharpness And she looked me dlrecUYei to ntremble k thathethat K Tt1Itjtfclan who had practiced for nearly 60 hd3YItfever dithnYourtve ccbeetp bfone or the other every two i rs When he came the next mora J7 1 i j Iillt tcth t VJ p 4 J a i J Lf Iwas IU ql ndary and grew In ne begtountitfiok rjjt in gallantry should to mrpted jf he did not swered wit a bow Being as ho close id baying such an In r rn Madam h sblverlnff Ighat ought prrll I fancied and back agaiir lie wall Nor dill she say any more twihl beard her sigh again In a uuent she rose Tho afternoons are grovlns chilly site said I will go In and see how mademoiselle Is Sometimes she does not come to supper If she cannot descend thl evening I am afraid you edmust excuse mo too Monsieu- rIsaid what was right and watch Illher go in and an I did so I loathed contemlJt1Iblocurloslt my mind more titan at any former e These womenI could find n my heart to hate them for their frankness for their foolish confidence tho silly trustfulness that made predoni hat did the woman 0J telling mo this To meet a way to disarm one Isuch methods was to tako an unfair antage It put a vileny tho VII aspect on the work I had to do et It was very odd What cot do Cocbcforet mean by returning co bcretIt 1 unexepectcd presence that had so et the house what was the secret had Clon been tracking And at was time cause of madams anxlc In a few minutes I had began to w curious again antI as the ladles not appear at supper I had leisure give my brain full license and in e course of an hour thought olmt ndred keys to tho mystery none exactly fitted the lock or laid en tho secret false alarm that evening helped puzzle me still more I was sitting out an hour after supper on the Fame seat In the garden I had ak and was smokingwhen madam came out like a ghost and without adsee ing me flitted away through tho rkiumss toward time stables For a ment I hesitated then I followed nndrob this way ga time rear of time west wing the k a track through the thicket tot 0 east of the house again so came ck to time garden This gained sho came up the path and went in through e parlor door and disappeared ill er making a clear circuit of the house d not once pausing or looking to ht or loft I confess s I was fairly ffled I sank back on the scathis d left and said to myself s tho lamest of all conclusions I was sure that she had exchanged no equallyipresence l she made this strange promenade one unprotected an hour after night tall No dog had bayed no one had moved sho had not once paused or listened like a person expecting a rencontre I could not make it out And I came no nearer to solving It ough I lay awake an hour beyond my us th de bftdtCSJscended r t el lirl tfl1o wIt r in the air 0 bOllll tIJcent 42 lSY ronidrIivi not three T b ille qulet uldancy that tngelse The- tlllnessocc1 t a lay Jarred Ill after noon n r Med Ir 2liltu HI the an il Ucd ands 4 fland I heat door was gently still againatIde now nat ii learly the people ruj 1 stC1atrestShvingietly and stooplng below the of the windows slipped round the enatI end of the house passlng between It and the great yew hedge Hero I found nil still and no stirring So keeping a wary eye a outme I went on ound imadamuntil gained the rear of the stables Here I had Ipc sc clanme out of the stablecourt They IIThlYup down Then madam edded I laoa amongtbli hInafand heWtntIt was tOQ late Berifllhg low among pointhYerohergrayre me If bnfy remained to keep out chanccofdlsOQttlrlngtltais1i i3 I set thyself Vo do Once or wice lie glanced round but the wood passedbetweenmy clothes were darkcoiored Imad every advantage therefore and 1m helIndistance that the rusjjeof my trend would isiAssured uleptcrisis had woreu watchingher s ut In yogerg and asked about his patient her usband said That beef tea dont agree with to Shbegan k Thais odd said the doctor You dnt give her any little bits of the eat In It did you No sir I strained It first on ac unt of the grounds Grounds roared the doctor What did you make Oiat beef tea out f t t 5 f 1 j r f rJ a It and succcctf anti stuff my tnrs and one from the scene When she ently camo to tie verge of tho beech wood and entering a little open clearing seemed to loiter I went cautiously This I thought must bo the rendezvous and I held back warily looking to see him step out of time thicket But he did not and byandbye sha quickened her pace She crossed thy open nnd entered n wide ride CUK through a low dense wood of alda and dwarf oaka wood so closIplanted Rudso intertwined w tc r and elder and box that the r rose like a solid wall 12 tcf v either side of the track f JfDown i watched Item go for low Time ride siY straight as a line for ja green path bctwecrf 7vouter It was to be v r tec ted If she tut r thicket itselflilfltt Stood cifnnll raging aim wui ucu her pass along It scorned an age bo fore she at last reached tho end and turning sharply to the right was In an Instant gono from night byI waited then no longer I starhly off and running as lightly and as I could I sped down the green al hey Tho sun shone on It time trees Oilkep t oIl the wind and between heat and haste I sweated finely But tho turf was soft and the ground fell slightly and in little more than n minute I gained the end Fifty yards short of tIme turning I stayed myself nnd stealing on looked cautiously the way she had gone I saw before me a second ride the twin of the other and a hundred and fifty paces down It her gray figure tripping on between the green hedges I stood and took breath anl cursed the wood and tho heat and madams wariness We must have come a league or twothirds of a league at least How far did tho man expect her to plod to meet blip t I began to prow angry There Is moderation eel- y In the cooking of eggs und this wood might stretch Into Spain for nil I knew Presently she turned the corner and was gohe again and I had to repeat my maneuver This time surely I could find a change But no Another green rid e stretched away into the depths of th rigesbadeshere light and there dark as hazel and elder or thorn and yew and box prevailed but always high na ilstiff and impervious Halfway down the ride madams figure tripped steadily on the only moving thing in sight I wondered stood and when she vanished followed And so it went on for quite half an hour Sometimes madam turned to the right sometimes to the left Tha maze seemed to be endles Once or twice I wondered whether she had lost her way nnd was merely seeking to return But her steady purposeful gait her measured pace forbade the Idea I noticed too that she seldom looked behind her rarely to right or left Once the rIde down which she j I i i t I = t SV5 J d rr tIoFiS e had n lt X evening A3ffi 5 trod this with pnhad stopped I found and rented her fclf ona fallen tree that lay in the liFprwatchlngher and with each minUte I grew morn Impatient Ai JlftRt I bpgatt tCh doubt to have strange thought grqVlnsdarUvIThe ak 111esanll miles nIY tihISl1 toIJUstiI1dCOlbrriot beio tad had 1elBuYe nan rieaymore81wly 1 dId aM usual until the next lpghld her TI texel hastenednfterir and warily pa itvrpundthe corner came face to fa bicewiUmibr1 Iftiew all 4n a moment that sho d t pl d me tricked me lu el1m a Her face was white With scorn r eyes blazed her figure as shecon nted me trembled with anger and infinite contempt You spyhecnidd You hound t Yougentleman Oh Mon Dleu It reallyrtotsome dayt Ysh1l1 pay a he Ivywreckoning In the time to come did vnoj think sho continuedhertJevery syllable like the a p yo deuI stammered something I do not rknow what Her words burned into glanYou thought you deceived mo yes 1 terday she continued lowering her m tone but with no lessening of the pas on and contempt which curled p and gave fullness to her voice You ctttcr You surface trickster You ought It an task to ofomanyou taodmercilesslyYollu is the most honorable of menrrTo Da Continued Corn beet and the best green teL Ieboiled em together all aft bondont agree with her doctor Jt cer talnly dont Youths CharmIng CompanionfE Charming Hostess Do have some of s my cake I dont believe ypuve ever tasted my own make Delightful Foreigner wishing to hoKpollteIndeedIndeedj have and I tt assure you I did not wish to eat onT pc thing elso for days aiterPuich t t o 11 Ii55 ia HS 1 5c f 4 ta t 4iS1 1 I It i sarmadoprayer ended tho ceremony At nigleatat the opera house Col l beuincipalbefore a largo audience He said Gor Gocbel was the pioneer in the great fight now being waged against corpo rate greed and gave his life to the cause of the great common people hadItsthe bill to increase tho salaries and nslonersa section provIdIng that railroads transportaUoncling on official business Tho bill passed after two hours wrangle with oitftonfavorably to amend election law as prepared by tho Bar association fa vorably with some amendments to abolish registration In fifth and sixth unfavorablyMr Goebel me morial committee reported a resolu Thofputthroughto that of Representative Will Young of Rowan county defeated a week commItteo invHarlan belstateOmCItFrankfoit Feb 9The committee favorablyJUdguDarrys of liquors to an agent In a local option district tho Griffith bill prohibiting bill ofaganstbillraIsingsenate committee on religion and morals held s slon to consider the th4ZtIrn5 i rc i V I I i t t V w i 4 Ex s as ifi J Jt 3i If sc t 7 t Jts a f sS tioI Jtt f a i Lar i Vo t t 1 r tIt11I J t li1 j t i tJf tI f i FW t 1 LOu option7w n4tIFranlfc4 ttsifl vo n u oI8lmmlttedtothe judiciary committee the Simmons an tlpooiyoqm bill with leave to report tl to amend The original bill i ro- desfor fines from 500 uJjlOOO and the amendment to bo added will ex urtalrace horse owners will not fight the byllRobbed the Post Office Robbersisecuring a quantity of mail of etemptwas considerable money and stamps Bloodhounds were put on their trailI A Colored Miner Incinerated Norton Ky Feb 10A cabin in hich ntinertminespa rerently athveFiled a Petition In Bankruptcy Barbourvllle Ky Feb Seotton nhavebeined BrAte Supposed Poisoned Beef Paducab Ky Feb 9As the result eating beet supposed to have ron B In l ptomaine poisoning Dr Q L F Shelton and his SODS Brandon and Or H vllle of Lone Oak in the county were a critical condition for several hours Death of Mrs J N Skldmore Harlan Ky4 Feb 8Mrs Jane NO more n wIsgterterm in the Kentucky house of repslsentatives from this cquntyplCivil Service Examination iVashlngton Jeb 7 i8ta es clvU i fk nOli 1 de y NJflO ey t rn I rt r f a J L snJ pITEl S I EDITOR C C MOORE DI AdUnbeliever Lexington Ky Feb 9TII Charles V Voore the noted inflrf Ih tar die orVt Lda A rod This is tho I as ben asked a thou t C Ving the past 24 hours hand while tho memo 4 Jmlly believe hat ho tlews before death his otherwIse al presentfnry of Versailles Ky will be pres an Iheldcem etery will bo marked by the ab Penco of all features of a religious character Dr J IL Wilson of CIn clnnatl1lrs Henry and Moses KaufEman of this city will conduct services The pallbearers will be Jan E Hughes publisher of the Blue Grass Blade Senator J Campbell Cantrell hew of the deceased Mack ty Rich ai son Thomas W Moore Charles W Moore Russell Wilson Thomas R Garner and Dr J H Wood Several wellknown ministers expressed a do sire to be present An intimate friend the family stated that the reports t all of the family were of a dlf ent belief than that expressed by agnostic were false as Mrs Moore entertained tho same belief and was happy that her husband had died as he bad lived LICENSE IN THE HIGHLANDS r e Court of Appeals Decides That They May Be Granted 1Franktort Ky Feb 10The court of appeals reversed the Campbell cot cult court In the case of The Com monwealth vs Dom Petrl The action olved the granting of a license In town district of Highlands Camp l county which was refused by the 0low er court This court In reversing holds that the epecal law of 1872 Is to be construed with Section No 4203I The court affirmed the Kenton circuit court In the case of Joseph D Kennedy vs nol OrpvedflagUTith co poiuntyho decattute fixing the compensation for re ofveyingfiscal court and It Is proper tot jork to the lowest bidder and f H ower court findingin ARRESTED V g tha0 f J v f t 4t f 7 t fJi 4 t 1 VSiIJfI ttra ftjl iitf i j t H trt atCa w a it tit i7f + JtJ1 = jZt5 ti trty l rri iir fS o t iJ 7 Xi n Imaged q 4d dollars r were In the the fire r i Sryuhers In Jail Trosperlorjtht iigtfS winner at Plttsburg The five are In the London The jll1IIIFrankfort culture connnittee reported adversely the Mulcahy tobacco warehouse meas raieeech demanded that the bill be advanced for consideration The house a vote of 60 to 20 advanced the bill of Brashear Held Under Bond tElizabethtownv Ky Feb 10TheI fuat Brashear at Upton thls county be ov 4erfixed at 3000 The Game LawdtFrankfort Ky Feb 10On recom of canendatlongritteepeal the lawsns maildntAItophinavilie gctheIildingn L Rash Jrl who was a student tte college intoDied on a Train Frankfort Ky Feb 9Cnpl JamesantClay a widely known borsem u witenryroad train near Baltimore while on hlsqu way to New York on a business trip r Pli antfllckznaifeek th weather has been clear and Limtll a fourInch snow fen this sum e1ng the heaviest snow of tht win r Becatise of the Jwc wind the lent boacesPassenger Station Burneda anrpotstroyedA detective new heating system fruhryi and f f t1 r 11ck ns1 PiiBT AND POINTED Some strokes of good luck are al lightningDoMa W moutaWhen akissturns It notingjors cliiidrun jIt a butlwaysBtnllmen collector ome good adyicet Befi a1himw t Utr bexMyua 1IU 41 AJIiIJJ1 N rueTfat j iM MMMMMxHE ATTENDS TO BUSINESSX iJ J + who goes straight to work to cure X j F Hurts Sprains Bruises 4k by the use of i St Jacobsand saves lime money and gttaouf of tnlseryqulcl IIt Acto Like MusiC Price 20c and 5Oc 1NOVASELINEEXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE PEPPER PLANT QUICK SURE SAFE nun ALWAYS READY CURE OR PAIN PRICE I txEALERSORLwTILr riIK mAIN OOMliSKKKI A TUIB UANI Y A substitute for and superior to mustard or any otherplaster and will not Mister the most delicate skin The painallaying and curative qualities this article are wonderful It will stop ttx oothache at once and relieve Headache and Sciatica We recomncTO it as the best and safest external counterirritant knowq also a3 an external remedy for pains In the chest and stomach and all Rheumatic Neuralgic and Gouty complaints Atrlal will prove what we claim for It and It will be found be Invaluable In tim eJhousehold and for children Once used no family will be without iL Many people say it Is the bestof all your preparations Accept no preparation Ot vaseline unless the same carries out label as otherwise It Is not genuine II you cannot obtain It from your druggist send 15 cents in stamps or money and It will be sent to your address by mall CHESEBROUGH MFG CO r STATE STREET HEW YORK CITY OLDWORLD NOTABLES MaJ Gen Trotskl who was recently commander ot St Petersburg was born on July 2C 1847 Capt Stubbs secretary of Liverpool han institution is ono of the few persons who served on Nelsons ship Victory Geza von Fejercary the recently ap nted premier of tlio Hungarian inet baa received almost every oration lila country can bestow Mmc Loubet wife ot the president France has interested herself in poor of Paris particularly In the children of the poor and orphans Ms Poultney Ulgeiow Is a favorite English society At Cannes In London and In the country site is equally popular Mrs Bigelow is a moralist witty moralist Archibald Stuwock formerly lopp notivo engineer of tim Great North an railroad of England recenily fht red his ninetieth jreari ijavlngJolpedr- uad In 1WO whealtwas hafrow Yx r residing in Japan 29 years tcmhf hqm- Wt5j t1je ilapanes9wx1ent gtbe counry fo Jntury he adproftjssur at the Mont ifttjprcjmn physicians in Japans ire hlo rg Op7 srt For the most up from Y I 331 will earn Around the fireside or about the well bted family reading table during the nter evenings the children and grown tips can play with their wits and see how ny words can be made 20 people making the greatest number words will each receive little box containing a 1000 gold piece 10 peoples will each win one box conning a f500 gold piece 300 people wilt each win a box con taining 5100 in paper money and one person who makes the highest number words over nil contestants wilt receive box containing 10000 in gold is really a most fascinating bit of to take up the list evening after ning and see how many words can added few ruled are necessary for absolute play Any word authprized by vebstero tionary will be counted hut no name person 06th the singular and plural be usedvas lor Instance Vgrape and apes TJie letters in be tepealed In the same word namQS Uuthorlzed by Webster wilt be counted ia rrauguethe words In nit Ihese begInnin with A to lttr and those beginning with E U under E etc W writing down tho rds leave some spaces In the AtEand cr columns to fill in later a ii wordtconus to you foe they will VpHhg evening r tis almost Bomeconteat nsuchcazd prize identical in value uTS characterl h timat offered in that ci altb- ardedto oath Each one will sted to send with the list ot words ft thead Vantages but Cnfttontest la riot required to purchase kpkg ese letters nrffnot to fancy flourishes but lnipl s7tFa5iful temnentnot fact For ilitmstratIon person or chronic ails traceabl to unwise selection of food that failed togivethe dy and brain the energy health and wer desired Seeking bettor conditions change in toad is made and GraiieNuts cream used in place of the former L Suppose one quits the meatfrfeil atoes starchy sticky messes of halfaked oats or wheat and cuts coffee Try say for breakfast a bite it a dish of GrapeNuts oath cream softboiled eggs slice of hard toast a cup of Postum Food Coffee Soino a L ij KIDNEY 4 t +f OHf f i r o to t e a 4 a t j 5 ca r s u i r f r LrLITTLE LAUGHS A Denver girl spratned her anklo at a foolliall game tee she must base a deep voice PalmDo men usually give accordr ViiiIepper SJ actsS a1 Orange Has he ail Interest Jo the business 1- LemouQnly a slight curiosiyf believe Y ri1 Plum Why do they call an autoiHiV site Prunes Jta so hard tomafiTEe and 4 so expenslse i tar57 rfy EmmeiineIBUl6the moan that than V rka you V i YEleanor Id do the same for tha icjfj 1nhn tttinuryfes youofi tbereIlileer be such maL i4heiIltny jcmiier When we loqlT me for betterorworse5ik iiivd id tiayebien soniimtbt like 1 5crr t fYoiiiEayjpur witela troubled with inspmiiia Tell her to eat lots of onr- n hpV tWH ic tl 5cpt UuydoTAor l wish tpileep arSo jlbuston Post LteiEes ofGold1 Boxes of Greenbacks words made these letters O Grape Nuts 4 people these YJpGrapeNuls alphabetical heayouDre mmuTSiy ceHlSiJhat GrapeNuts contalnpoeltOr havecxperlencedBbmelricIp rjp marrfedtypti prizes amnateursays A manwould faintaway J on that but my dear friend we will put Ihour1jandhad on the old diet v kf tn nSupponeifyouhavozxeverreailymadd a move or absotutelyclean health thatitdpushes you along each day with a ptIng in your step and a reserve vigor In mus do and brain that ntake3 the doing of i things a pleasure you 40th thearmof laieold common sense and startIn now Then after you have been 2 Or 3 weekS on the GrapeNuts training you write a statement of how you used tp be Ss and how you are how The fiiinpjefacts jzAvilL interest others arid s your self We never publish names except oh permission but we often tell the facts In the newspapers and when requested I glye the names byprivjite letter Th tdis plenty of time toget pens expcrlencoiwlth GrapeNuts and write a senslbletruthrul letter toAa sent In with V thI1stofwordsasthCCOUteStdOeSnOt close until April 30thi 1906 Sd Jn as soon ns you like to building words and startln usin GrapeNuts Cut this statement out and keepJhaleUersy1O tirapcNuts before jou and when you Cltrlte your letter you will have some reason to write on the subject Why I Owe0rapeNuts RCmember33i persons will rlt prizes which will be awarded in an exact and ijust manner as soon as the list can be r counted after April 30th 1SOC Every contestant will bo sent a prlntedltst tSnames and addresses of winners on ap plication Inrderto have proof that the prizes are sent as agreed Thecompany Is well known all over the world forab solute fidelity to its agreements and every single one of the 331 winners may depend on receiving the prize wop contest ui waen one remembers the great numSerof prlzesr331 Iheturi osityotsicmghowmanywomdscanreal ly be madcip eveningaftereyeqlngand the goodnatural fun apd edUcatfon IB the competition it seems worth the trial th re Is nocbet npthiBgjtp iqse inltyto of the T atany baxesot gold occfibackn dliiWe mako the prediction thaTAiffi who wlna pnizejt golden eenbacks 4will also win back health ant s vettinorth mnorqtb them than a wagon Lull of money prizest f J There are no preliminaries cut out this statement and goatJt a send In the list and letter before A jWlSfiC to Postum Cereal Co Ltih Mielt timid iet your name as iplainly WrUleu fg a f 1 5fSS1rt tt rsJis5 St 4 i ecis t T s I 4 3r ct s ATREMED NEAR Kcva CeiWu Po idW 1pWhe 1e44 Mb T iace st Chicago Ill yi Do Kk1ne riuari oil that avccImu frQnrUeaU i b byjIir1gbts pi icI1t ease that Ilinow pruAbati eye trouble bacicacbecatehe when Iylig nbei g or when beridin- a over Vfl I p guId and oftut c dLEzyandIiahLcl Iteatlaches a U boarhigdow IS 1IIQ kid Ibecretona a wcre too copious and frequtut Ufl d rY bad Ianppearanco It was lii WO 3 J h Do n LdIPHI S e p IIII a quickl r9dmo of tliesi trouble a ever since by cents n 13W rLIL1bun Co flfTaiu N V 4 i This B the Uvyor ofSpotless Ibvvn 1 The brtghte nvin for miles around i The shining light fx41sdora can Reflect from such o polished mnn Ando he say ro hifjh nnd low The tMigiircst use SAPOLIO at4 THE GOVERNMENT CXF S ilresabaolutrlj FREE i iu ery settler One p Hundred slid Bi ty t J4Lr VX nSjoinlng thli can toe puie2ii4d torn v railway abd land com i ir psnlf at from to tlO JCT toe T y On lht land thltjreir lias be i produced up 9 rjJl of twenlyT olttbtat to Ibe acre 1 ItIt alto thk best of gitnr land and for mixed i 4iz firmlajU baS no superioHui the toatratnt t 4 sEp1eidId d1mattowtaxertrys contra co athinj s and1oI H MTriU4AVa Law fluUdIrgToteo stdqItfIspItpt L O s 2 CUKES ISOcandSlOOI jj Swine Disease Hpfera t Send for Cu sbr trite Direction OfEML8MMf SIS Aftuy SatitMUi i j 1 I i POET OwlU bey1sh bard1 has Just to i1s satlsfattlon a tierihon en which be has been engaged for 15 7e7 Joseph Nix the Wesleyan Reformer took 3845 signatures to the plfrdsc 5Sn a nine days gospel temperance meeting In Bradford Eng1ando ICardinal Gibbons since bis arrival la Jhas ordained 125 I priests He bas also conferred tbe v biretta on Cardinal Satolll and Card luUKtrtlBeUL Missionaries of the American MejhOT- ai5r t bttrca speak no fewer then 37- laBsuages There are 500ft ot theSe f aJ The Roman Catiiollc bishops ofk Ire akidhave Issued a clrcijjarto n Tead JBalijhecaapelso the Jparprovjnces e youn generation against the evils pt 3iferetldn a BxK preseBatlTe H Kirke Porter t hbcongress will sake a tquro the jworld to raise li QOdQjio Baptist e adssio s This money wjill u I to widow schools foreign lands tdIp HI JaRe 1841 It bid 12 members itfH dradkzrt 3dy expenditure amounted to crows Now It Owns build z Vro 51ns raiaed at over 60906o and IbasaberahIb well over 600000 rySeeeletJvBdwnas the Uriited London Mteelefiary society has bqen formed l 1n Great Britain with headquarters at L S6hevld Us tttdfcelng North Nigeria Its first fatloa being Was 400 talles Sp from the mouth of the Niger Ihiite4rebyterIans are one of the tour prlacipal bedies f Carlstfariaf- cearlBg the Presbyterian name 7he t iaa bee tak of union between ti CuberIaid aLd two other prInp t5 bedtee bat the United has not been t I isolated The United body numbers t Sabiste9ee F 4S A OYS BREAKFAST bea a Nar1 Feed That Makes waL Way ISS lr Tbe1i51boy HB la Howlck Falls t K if t e te growias fato Blurdy man bed ea GfapeNulB Ureakfasw Jt 5avebeIeraat with him as i ethecplaIS r1 Xy llyairiold bey Is large well teTrtopod iad active and baa beea Pa Made so by hla fondness for Grape Jfcrffi xL Atflv y ara he wiiB a very MTTOW efelM aa was imbj ii toV fre 3IaJe 4 eHt attacka of IMlffMttoB whlcV MftetTte rab BlBa of his reagtb aad UIS4care n y t M bk iwa1 i itII trIed i NiMi a 4 Jbkwi sever hsi io a 1ejiaka htIreSist 1 re4e1I4af3 r th orIa y kk11o 1IcoI la1 f e i uII6a n3ii Itiu errvo1M e4p1IaITbt j II j 10 IIiI bySi ftIIS i Ot5dc Ich 9 Red t1e little izWh 1Ks plc x J1 1t4 ja r Ii j F SS i 3 9 The Faith That Conquered STDllY OF THE CRISIS INMO5SthLIFE Br tWHvhwar andBrwa Preacher PART IV rI1i5vartlit1 of tii W yaM 1037 9 r r tiopI5bIIQIy WlSE4oIL Bcrtptur Authority Fty faith Moses when he hail um n years ifcfuscU lit be cnllnl the son o araohV daughter oLoasItiR ruttier to allllcllon wltli tlic iLotroirh Of fhrlsl cr iaii n jn r treasure of KKVpt for Iith ct uirto- tho reoompinso of the rtwarilHfcU 114Msv5T5 EWS tnivclH fast j iJ tldlnpH of UK hIii li o ii i eaclml 1ti people not many hours nfliir lio i barge li a tl maOc ll landing IttIL1Mosns bcrvanls cis thehart siit InrruflanulfaItinoding isbarolr duKtlimlinn until late t A t o nut wan spncdlng on her ItilgyptliolanlasalalBimportant Ktombdeath of tM 6oftlthemrama the news Hint han princess feantIcuTho cider of tim people Ralhitrei IiMtutu hiboatoestlyMoses juhimofIthad sllppinl Hwny iinol KRrvr d while they hnd bwn busily talking DMS Ihn idIngVNo that iIu clotherbo met with us ho dlspatcheil n mcs BeiiRcr to his wultlng servants at tho river landing InsinirtlnR them lo re turn without him nnd InlnisMnK 1w their circf a Ictar to the prlnrcmtshItufPrlncfi Mosca fofnifid of her coming Whither bis hu smie ItltVho one was ablo lo lull anti m s KeiiRWrs sent In oarcb of htm rntnrned JfoundileraJawayTha man saw him coming along the same pathway ho wis travellnR x plained the messenger and tinting his Kfiyptljiii dress of high rank front the distance and fearing ho mlfllitglve oyf fcnsc by his presence ou the Mghurf ho stepped to ono stale and hid In fhcnvr folltRO cf he bushes lie a ho did not know It was Prince MtfJ until ha came nv opposlto to hlv and theta hr Jiat Ifcu prW cccniRff In stress of inludy he ovtmr i m exclaim V dn Id that nation wh tw poss Kgypt thaXta ileall su Ulndly nftnij Tm imflon trout wblch iThv won honor and jioxrer All Vvliot ninlhqr say nowj And ah me Vh1 Ima1i tumr The elders of the people look r ne another in Kllcnco w the nie3vjger finished hlsstorys It wua all P to them now flint aficrnoou bah y read to them tho words ot Go1pAhraDaiu ot the pniphccy of tude it Ihn Hebrew peopln lU JuUgrrtcnt upon lbs JynliwiMtlin jfWa were so eut 1t i thought of our people anJ uur il H or nt that wo never one tlionsnt ot i 3 esrlng upon the prince nllastXppKe iu one of the company 5aS isclnlincd another wIth aaiite ecIIc Cwtlon What will shn jyvtJjdeecl to fhe revelation And tittle realizing what lay before er the princess mother draw nearttr and nearer to the land of Goshrm HiidJenly tbe cavalcade halted and tho princess was aroused by tho voltes of those riding In advance and the came to the side of her carriage one of the attendants lending u Hebrew who annouuccl that he was Iho bearer of a loIter for time princess which bo wfs to deliver to the boatmen of Moses ta carry back to her Jeverlshly site took the roll of pop rus and nimruanOIng one of the sen aulu tu com cloSH with his lantern she trietl in the flickering dim light to read the iiiejisagi It was as follows Divir St bnltivcii andhonorqd mob ii er My heart Is heavy cud troubled nnd J rniinotjvluni homo until the wjiy Is maid plain lo itto as tu my fu turn course The records fnim Josephs tomb linvn thrown light upon the hope ond destiny of the Hebrew people as well 3s the Kgyptinu nation which brings mo face to Taco wlh two path viyii Gods worjl to Aliraliam was plain Know of a surety Ho said that thy seed shall bo a stronger la a Jarid that Is not theirs land shall attnye I liotam anal they shall aflllct them 400 ypiirR and also haiL nation whom they Khali Serve will JudKc tndIf Icrward shall they come nut with great BUhstanct Time burnt Is at hand f jt fp now almost 00 ycjira store Abc bath iuteretl Cnnaan in loxponsc tu Covls rail and IL Is from that ticno IhntCtud teckons conrcrnlng Ills pc Ilt lit That Kgypt Is not to Iw the de Jlxwaf1 ofHuyJptxiplu Is tlius luadu plain God has declared Lila Judgment itjitnsi IRT ami Jtwherii shalj stand tViiit tat tie y arrtilXhjiye ient lu ritryitOf T n nvthfd Jii1t ot An4u v tu ft s of Peat J u j tie eV peat success It fs troufz Uredtih Switzerlnnd Tbepett te tdJrleaBud r the iBnuence pf the elec t trie Current nndthen further treated so thaunder the action ofolcctrlc osmose e compound Is Tdrmed Recent iw ladlcate that it burns as well as ithout giving off bdorprsmoko TtJrpetcentageofashlssaidtobeEllBhf ABd no1 trace of sulphur Is found In the feel t fe said to be Tree from all cor toMVe nPa ceg on the tollers and fur aces lawklch it is burcd t u1J 7k r 7T5 4 c have the made p1aIn4 adieu until then Yours jmemory Moses Pt Leave mo here alone she suddenl exclaimed to the wondering attend an Jtsll call thee when Ihave5need oi ee And thus dismissed the ieTfnn withdrew 16 some distance leaving the princess alone in her distress and grief Oh Moses Mattes sho moaned softly to herself as she rocked to an fro In her seat Where should she turn for counsel Sho lifted hrp to the rPi r r nltI truhcGod She fiii whether He hairKii Moses be veeujneeclcSlcltbeen Why hud shu vii lier self to he so completely lom th faith of lien fathers Sh ondore now how mike could have ded easily lo Inllucnco of li r tidopto son whoso early years st tf WiTI clitliw coRItThis hut the result to be scicd list yloldliiK lo his earl whims raiid aldlns and onwuraglng him In his uprIs lor his people she exclaimed Ie ttaktratly Vlliit enough It hats cone oii6nlgh And then obeying a sud n liiHplrntlon nho exclaimed That what will do will return and sC k Iho counsel anl aid of blue high tprtt and bo ready with argument nnd pleading when Moses shall return He shall not In folly nod the unseason g Inipnlses of religion fervor wreck a brilliant prospects In life anti his of a kingdom Her mind thus made up she rapped arply upon the metal work of her rriage to which tier maiils In wait t awl lien attendants responded and xta In wondering silence they had rned lime oijulpagcs about and were pg thatnbano nt tbu river landing which limit a w hours hcforo they had so hastily tAnd in time meantime what 0 closesm on Iho way which led lo JosejaEnilt Tho place land a r natloti for him now The sun was st setting as he nnarcd the mouth the cave luau its slanting rays were streaming vhtlilntMay my heart and mark taut my pathway as ahtiy as does Ills runllght make tho way plain for my feet horn tin ex w foithinTime gathering shadows as they deep encd tutu ihii blackness of Ute night ore unheeded Conlllcl raged within ti ho scan tiiicmtcIotiat of tbe passing oins he forgot lila surroundings ha rcmcml er id hut one thing anal that was Gods word about the Hebrew penplo and Ihn Egyptian nntlon jfU seemed to him as he sat therO O HKUKSI rte Imtore hlmh7na lo follow them fJ v ngly rolics and a i A brow while pathw scepter i f f i 4 i4 Ti 1 1i I iSrJ S5abmSd i tEic a 2 IlD ala bib 44ytmforc his vision a dUtnnt horlon Xj V ord Judgment andS f V wonla of the prophecy Thiy 4 whom tkty serve will I Judfifa And now tin heramo conscious tlin other figure was also heckonlngtu him He noted his dress was that of i Helirew slave and instead of a crtiwn and a scepter he beheld n head liarcil to time smiting heat of the cun and Urn driving rain and a heavy bur den upon tbi back which the hands were striving lo steady as the feet s niggled forward On either side of the pathway he saw people being drlvpii to their hard tasks by cruel taskmasters He saw tho walls of gniat store cities rising and he heard the groans of the people as they la bored On on on tho figure struggled but the farther It went the more dread ful became the scenes and the inore hopoUKS tIm condition of the people His eyes followed the pathway fever Ishly to see If It land any ending but nil tsccimid obscured in darkness das uncertainty Had It no ending tV the condition hopeless In an agony of despair ho raised lila eyes and caught Just the faintest glimmer of light in tIme distance He watched it Eteadfustlyeagerly He dared not move an eyelid he scarcely breathed for fear t hat tiny sparft would fade pad as he watched with every nerve keyed to tho highest pitch ho behold it grow nnd grow nnd grow until at last its light filled the pathway on either side and as hu liehclil with growing wonder he saw the people their buitlens and tasks cant aside pressing forward towards tho distant light which seemed arch ug like n gateway to admit to a new region beyond Cnn this be possible he asked himself as thai vision faded and byway of answer the1 words echoed through his heart And afterward shall they come out with great sub stano t Dt Tuyt liiiease j At polltt i Jquarters Patter a N J recently n coach doc walked p j the license clerk wagging his tali and holding In his mouth n J2 bill the license fee The pollcenuc took the money and spoke to the dog which wagged his tail more than ever Soon after that a young man Appeared and explained that the dog was the prop erty of a feed merchant The license was Inclosed in an envelope and placed in the dogs mouth The anlmaj tUeb left IcV his home5 Jp I r rS qjlI 5ta 55 M pZ at Si Itafor tha marriage In the ayI1 tSThelt daughter of the president to Rep- sentativo Nicholas Longworth will ke place at the white houso at noon February 17 The ceremony w hich will bo performed in 411o his toric east rQOjurwillbt solard hrRoy Henry Y Satterl ptIant episcopal bishop of iiiuutoThere will be no Tile grodms best man will bo Nelson Perkins of Boston a assmate and longtime friend Three ifr Iiongworths classmatce and llege z mate nt Harvard D A Vial Jr of Cincinnati who tuna ried Mr Longworths oldest sister Larz Anderson of Washington great grandson of Nicholas Longworth tho fo Asundertune Viscount Charles Do Chambrun brother ef Count Adolbert De Chain I ran who married the grooms young cst sister and Theodore Roosevelt Jr tho oldest son of the president will be th tOnewedding have been issued Those In jjIncludeand their wives former members of tho cabinet who are now in the United S h haeadsf thiembersp thetho New York delegation in congress Late In the afternoon Mr Longworth and his bride will leave Washington o enntoalthey to make a to LeuropeMiss Alice Rosevelt will not be th only handsomely gowned woman at her wedding The simple fact Is that ever In the history of weddings In his country have there been such reparations for resplendent gowning The dressmakers of five cities Wash inston Baltimore Philadelphia New York and Boston say that never re s in their experience have such or for wedding costumes been placed with them As the white house already Is taxei how to dispose of the great mass of wedding gifts Just whmn Miss Alice Is t which fa r 4 I t 44 qtj15I 4 4t t a sa 4j 3 5 t4 iM r IItitI4S4SSS 4 a 4 Siiate LaLr5t th at can go Will Assist District Attorney Jerorrie Now York Feb 12 Matthew C Fleming who was associated wi Charles Hughes as counsel in tI legislative life Insurance Investigation has been retained by District Attorney Jerome to assist him in the prepara ion of the case against life Insurance companies Congressman Longworths Condition Washington Fob 12 Representa tire Longworth of Ohio who has been suffering with an attack of tonsllltla was much Improved Sunday He ate dinner with the members of the horn he hold He will probably be able to gout Monday Mother and Babes Burned Missouri Valley la1 Fob 12 Mrs Edward Lett and her three children wore burned to death In a fire which destroyed their home here The old 9t child was but 4 years of age It is not known how the fire started Chief Justice Dies on a Train New Orleans La Feb 12 Judge Thomas N McClellan chief Justice cf the supreme court of Alabama died in a private car Saturday morning as the Loulsvllo Nashville train from Mont gomery was entering this city Heart failure the cause Causing AntiForeign Sentiment Route Kong Feb 12A dispatch re celved here from Canton says that the antiforeign sentiment there Is due to the attitude of the viceroy who ay pears to be determined to create fric ion with the United States Trade With Spain and Portugal Washington Feb 12Frade of the United States with Spain and Portugal amounted In the fiscal year 1905 tp tra 54000000 according to a rep ar islied by the department of commerce I labor Of this 1600000 was to n 8 and 19000000 exports t t LLoJMtVuc 115 tfIy Ji 5 flS SCIENTIFICKITEFLYINGW Cameras Attached to Them and Pho tograpbs Taken at Or cat Altitudes When a kite was flown without tails 4 skot yoaVhng that many preconceived Ideas of d are wrong There are vertical Vwell as horizontal strata of air and N oflg breeze Is made up of little ovlng at different speeds andto V directions These W os movements in the air Vnt largely for the soar i V sjowera of birds who v Hge of every wind 5 ward air currentsx anu of FathuIgaifC Url- ftItii LSJ iiii a kite con uiag t re leet o peIZ4C0yeocan not bo managed by han hut the wi sta hantreeHn iratus In i experiment the kite Is made fast with a long wire to the ring at the end of time main wire the meteoro graph la attached and another kite is fastened to the ring by a shorter cord the kite rises the wire is unwound from the reel and when the angle with the horizon becomes small another kitepIs attached to give greater lifting powae er and so on until the required eleva tio rhntaording instruments to acquire the conditions of the surrounding air the oftedto work to wind In the kite In this tlvequ ently ascended to a height of more an 12000 feet and nt one time they re ached the elevation of 15000 feet orfr teThepensive outfits to do some interesting work He may become his own weath prophet by sending up thermometers the clouds be may tell the np proach of thunderstorms by attaching yden Jars to his kite strings he may 0dr lightning from the clouds photo graph In midair signal with flags or send off fireworks from an elevation where the effect produced is worth the labor involved A state of perfection has already been reached in kite photography so that it is possible to send up a camera and h mdingijfince of failure One enthusiast has ranged a contrivance for taking com icte views of the horizon Eight or ira cameras are arranged back to bighttoUutters snapped simultaneously by juu successlSave beer taken with kites flown fromw photoaises nppt iucli nearer than they iully are and is often a curious nlrage effect wnih Is ihvislble tract he ground which makesHthe landscape ok as If rising lip into tho sky A Kites have been put to many Ingenl Jus uses in connection with sports To ep pm flyin1covern for shootf g It has been found 4I S H t 54a 4S 1 a LbL Mystery In Miss Waldo I dont seethow a cul lured Boston girl can marry a west Iner I Miss MIddlewest I dont see how a Alston girl manages to marry any C dyClevelandLeaderAn I suppose the native chiefs set elab tables Yes said the eminent arctic ex plorer guardedly they usually put on a good deal of dog Houston Chronicle Mythology The ancient Romans had a patron jod for everything godePolitics and life insurance Ctl Mgp Sun Convalescent How is your new girl Mrs Up more I heard she was sick Shes Improving She was able to ait up this morning and give notice Chicago Tribune MARKET REPORTS 10CAPTLEFaIrHeavy steers 5 15 5 OALVESKxtra 800 HOGS Choice packers 6 OVMit 6 05 Mixed packers 590 600 SHEEPExtra 5 33 ft 6 60 LAMBS Kxtra 735 O750 FLOUR Spring patient 175 O5W- WWHEAT No 2 reda O SI C ORNNo 2 mIxed + tJ 4- 4OATSNo 2 mIxed 3 RYENo SHAYChotcePOniCClear mess EtiG 0 LAUDPrlme steam El 7 DUTTERChoIco dairy g 13 rAPPLESChoicePOTATOFSPer buath 70 tu 5 TOBACCO New mi 5 W MIS 00 Old 4 60 yil 75 CHICAGO 10WHEATNO W4CORNOATS No 2 mixed 0 30 RYE No 2 quoted at ft CI PORK Me s prime H W ffH S- BUARDPi steam 7 63 7 67 NFVV YORIC FLOTI1in patent 4 10 ft 40 iJiCf NO 2mtxiI 25 n ss ii Western mixed ft 73 50JjARDBALTIMORE v HEATNO 2 red ft Sj 47irTTtESteerac3DreEsed 73 O 7 i h LOUISVILLE EATo 2 red 93 RNNo 3 mixed 47 O 47 AT8No 3 mixed 31 PORKMcss J aiCO LARDStcam 1 Et750 1NDlANMOtiS WHKAT No 2 rp l to COnn Ni 2 mtxil 41 OATSrNo 2 mlxrj 4 a t7 ILD WITH ITCHING HUMOR Eruption Broke Out n Spots All Ovex Body Cured at Exense of OnI- y15ThankCut sura Uintt trouble jiuptlui the in winch broVf g pots m itinhichw I got medicine of doctor hut it cid nut cure me and Va I sew in a your ad sent tr ou for the Cuticura book i tuciia ty cate in it I then went the drug store and bought one cake of Cuticura Soap one box of Cuticura Oint mont and one vial of Cuticura Pills From the first application I received re ca lie extrakespletely cured I haul suffered for two years and I again thank Cuticura for my cure Claude N Johnson Maple Grove rna U F D 2 Walnut June 1005 Mortifying There are a few solvent and respectable rcons left in the country who have not t been investigated begins to be- mbarrassing to a high ouI not to have been found out We are all miserable rinncrs The prayer book says so To ve from a to a half of our friends uglit in some of their sins while oman continue private is conducive to sslfcon tempt It would be fairer to serve us out one suit of cackclotli apiece and ring in a general confession C tBloodPurifier Pree If your blood is impure thin diseased ot or full of if you have blood oison cancer carbuncles eating sores f pabbythkeco rding to directions Soon all sores heal aclics and p tiureev tierypcrfet i ii to the skin the me time B B B improves the diges kt tdneyLrrsrections for fttfiLV 5TC Sample free andmrepaid by writing fin i Halm Co la nta Cia Describe trouble maul special ee medical advice also sent in sealed let n B B B is especially advised fordironie deepseated cases of impure and skin disease and cures after all else fails S Seemed Almost Sane m thanslief that everyone wants to rob him lie wont allow even me his counsel to ap proach hintimurmured the court in a judicial wins ii erStraY Stories Rich Juicy Badishes Free Everybody loves juicy tender radishes Salztr knows this hence ha offers to send you absolutely free sufficient radish seed to keep you in tender radishes aU sum en long and his greite- 1LzasjmAnaAlts StiED JhOOZ vrith its wonderful surpnsea and great bargains in seeds at bargain prices The enormauscrops oa rIethe past season compeiestaiMwe s pecial catalogue L SXXD 11115 ccrwsToRATv ia and receive tle5Tadislics ithiful Bargain hook frpe4c and we a peekage mos the most faahfoeal beautiful annual floweiC John AvSaherSwdGo rIK La Crosse Wa A man cant have tog ion of hisef raid Unele vided lies willin ttf bus A D Jontoday furAllen1 5tL uiastitute Tr i S Olmsted ctvili7aticn renders fJt c on the whole l1PI1d1CitL iC fpA Gnanmv itching Blind P1 zoOcdMcrrfai1 Ho Was Minister I made i jairiIi i tLM tiara co S1 lot makes aaiJv e do you ti Co11az17 JIB Two Dear me All ate hc graftI Isnt it awful sa he repeated ting a cent of itlDetroa I eiAIPdISlti When a s1 n and tells it for his owi w makes uiln- as indignai owned it to have come one ieai tt ram himt Louis Globe Democrat ANEMIA CAN BE CURED Dr NewBloodRoot of Disease Ancemia is just the doctors niune for bloodlessness Dr Williams Pink Fills actually make uevr blood They curt ouffimiajnstnsfoodcnresbnnger They cured Mrs Tbos J McGaun of 17 Liucoln Place PlaiuOeld NJnnd they can do as much for Buy otherpale weak ailing bloodless person Iu the epriug of 1903 1 did my usual house cleaning says Mrs McGann and soon afterward I began to have tbe most terrible headaches My heart would beat so irregularly that it win painful and came a morning when I could not get up My doctor said I had anaemia nud he was surprised that I had coutiuned to live in the condition I was iu I was confined to my bed for nearly two mouths tho doctor coming every day for the first feVr weeks but I did not inlprove to amount to anything Altogether I was sick for nearly two years I was as weak as a rag bad headaches irregular heart beats loss of appetite cramps in the limbs and was MlegsI feared they would burst Iwaswonderlnghovlong Wilhiatusrend it and told my husband to get me some of the pills Before the first box was gone I felt a change for the better I Imvo taken about twelve boxes and al IbeInowlife riiave no more headache the heart IIhave been cured very cheaply and I have recommended Dr Williams Pink Fills to lots of my friends For further information address tbe Dr Williams Medicine Co Scbeaec tady N Y GADN ANI FLORAL GUIDEFRL Contains many new Premium OlTen Yon ihouU know about Vicks Violet cfftredforths6rtof Vicki Branching Aster in Six Colors and coupon cents ageSGuideIts free JAMES TICKS sores 453 Mnln St Rochester N V q1 r 4r1IC i P1ir 5c i A r w ri 7hr t a S f Tumors Conju 7 t j4ih1Pnqualified Success o Ly E PmlthatflS Vegetable Contpoimci in Cases of Mrs Fox and Miss Adams 3 One of the greatest triumphs of Lydia B Pinkhams Vegetable Compound is he conquering of womans dread- nemy Tumor Socalled nderingpalna may comb from Its early stages or the pros ence of danger may b made manifest by excessive monthly periods accom anled by unusual extending from abdomen through the groin and ighs you have mysteriotmpalns if there are indicationsof inflammation ulcera on or displacement dont wait for tgohroughtion secure Lydia E Pinkhams Vega able Compound at once and begins use and write Mrs Pinkham of ynn Mass for advice grateiDear Mrs Pinkham First Loiter In lookingover book I see that your cures Tumors I have been to a octor and he tells mo I have a tumor I will be more thin grateful you can me as I do so dread an operatlosFannio D Fox Bradford Pa Dear Mrs Pinkhams Second Letter I take the to congratulate you one success I have had with your wonderful medicine periodstopped s pitytcfanand operationImeats end decided to give Lydia E Fink bam s Vegetable Compound a trial After taking five bottles as directed the tumor is entirely gone I have again been examined L yls E PiflkhMs YefctaMe tempun Those Girls SteltaluIy face is my fortune DellaWhat aristocracy dear lS avent had money in our familyanywhere ear s long as tbatN bun- S Garfield tIea Mild Lautive tea the Liver KIdneys Stomach SW5IIT cures Constipation anti Sick Send notiuo with yourcamo ness to Ito Garfield Tea Co Brook Jl Jolddrug5 it eoai to a practical working al sreciaIfr diiierencc is same between the epiareI T 1 t a wont st OlC IU CaH Cut Your Wt- inTwo Atkins Saws cut notonlywoodironI anyIwet 1 That is becaute they are made of the best steel in the world by men that know how Atklas Sawi Con Knlet r tfectloa Fleet Scraper etc sic told by sll feod liMxitdealers Cstalofue vs requci- tE C ATHINS OX CO Inc Lsrftt Saw Uaaafacraiers Ibe WsiU Factory sad EiscuilTt Offices ladiinipolli UlucssslisronlandUcBUs Atlanta and Csas s Aetiptno iubttltuts kiltteitka Atkins Brand SOU BY 0000 DEALERS EVERYtt j That Delightful Aid to He- althlxtine Toilet Antiseptic Whitens the teeth purifies mouth and breath cures nasal catarrh sore throaty sore eyes and by direct application cures aU inflamed and byfeminine extraordinarycleansing qualities unlike anything else At all druggists 50 cents tASCB TRIAL PAOC1GS vans The R Paxton Co Boston Mass 5 WONDER SALVE Absolutely Fttt Front All Poisonous Ingredients A SURE CURE For Corns Sore Throat Corns Korea Eczema Catbuncicarain MR son irAARER 4s SONS rostrup 5k DpI i 555 amaoB I PAY SPOT CASh I I SitnoaduersoranvsrVMAaU u ItEOEK Cu 1ihhDsayerCoL 5 r by the physician and be says I have no a M or a tumor now It brought my aIj5 periods around once more san 1 4stloofIn the house Fannie D ForBrtdford Pa Another Case ofTnmor Cured jkby Lydia E Pinkliams Vegeta ble Compound Dear Mrs Pinkham About three years ago I had intemepaia i4headachesbut finding that Idid not get cay better ha 1tkYexamined me and to my surprise declared I St4tand was disheartened I spenthunarah Er4 of dollars in doctoringv but the tumor kept jgrowing till the doctor said that nothing bet an operation would save me I correspnndodwithmyauntinoneoftheew sti Stateswho advised me to try Lydia JVmittingtaking a regular treatment finding to my great my general health to improve and after three months I noticed Z that the tumor bad reduced in size I on taking tbo Compound and in ten months fLit had entirely disappeared without an ation and no medicine but Lydia E PinkhamsVeeetable Compound and jr fail to express how grateful I am for the good t it bait done ineMIss Luella Adams Colon Iusda Hotel Seattle Wash tSuch unquestionable testimony j proves the value of Lydia E Pinkham s Vegetable Compound and should giva t L confidence and hope to every sick i woman Mrs Pinkham invites all ailing e women lo write to her at Lynn Mass for advice 1aWemaRsReaedyfirWssssNk 7 SICK HEADACHE CJ i 54 T e 1j a f t h5ttS4 5 a California Iand Mexico From February isth lo April yth Inclusive Colonists tickets will be on sale to California and Mexico points at exceptionally low rates To San Frarciico Mexico City Tram J Los Angeles Guadalajara Chicago 33 S32 Sl Louis 30 527 KanuiCty 823 24 Through tourist sleepers from St Louis on Tuesday of each week You step into the car at 4t SU Louis and do not leave it funtil you ra Trtncro Ask your neaest i isgfor rhteso r addr- H 4 R BOWSHER 4ps Traction Bidi CINCINNATI O5 Tickets on sale everywhere via Missouri Kansas Texas Ry hiMOTHER GRAYS tTUi SWEET POWDERS 5y FOR CHILDREN A Certain CuTe for FmrUkacVostipatbOfl Hdaesd t Htonaeb Tronblv Tccthln t Disorders and Be troriovigszy Thw Brernli Sumia Chit boaTs fl vgIst25cs5niO maCed FREn tddrasi1wIortCtty 480lM5TIOfSROyNY i A FGORYS SEE I1U55T5V4i1 ct5tS4t5iustWytIS U urtr1 250 Prize Puzzlesm- io b 1st SO tniSIUSSrd 4tb to Sib SS eash sod Si cccii to oexs he Agents Ysnir4 I c J b lirk l e A SLs c j 5iS r 4j J C CO- yO WINGS V igi- r GciAddress all communications TE OUTLOOK PtmusHiNo Co or to l AKySubscribers desiring a changep k tmMTK8i should always give prfiI I address when writing Correspondents when out of tioncry should mention fact on a paperSftbodyjIneVeix for ty eflt1bTCO months for thirty cCVhYB Pt SlateiCORRESPONDENCE I 1VSeveral from here attended Court nt Owingsville 4LS Rutliir was at Portsmouth 4V Ohio last week on business Newton Johnson MlbrutVI Rigj Jit tditV LV of Illinois is vis fling liTiTrefatives D Band LB 7 Ktssiek I y William Colliver visited his fath cr James Colliver at Knob Lick k M Rigdon wife and daughter 1VeInt Wulden visited relatives at IOwingtiIIo Sundny and Ztluntl RzOKla Z T Crain remains poorly Isaac Flora is nut improving any I James Denton Sr1 is threatened with pneumonia Tom Denton pijrchaced a 5nr Jumes Bawling of Grunge ViorIC5 herVr VVlied relatives in Grange City 6ev iV rrnl dtya recently und attended the VIton CuJIRerwetldlngu L4ig A few days ago white Jess and 4 0 P StejihinB weie hauling an state stark to their barn they Iituuuuliv ii bumblebees nest which they r bed thctu and ute the honey That was a tiLde tiniiiiUil occurence for ile has 4tuup b s6 I 1jI 5tb eccS o ISIl k re- z I P d3 r 14 t q a t ISV tt 4 jS I 4e 1SSt SsJ l q S s p r1 a I SiI e JI j i 4 d JUSCB the Jeste Steele is no better of Vtoui1iiItI1raringlI tirfDont forget Brother bawsonB weIngVtIit8eekVSifl hJri4 Bros haveIa4btISiSiiJgtb Richard Wcedon wife and son of Mt Sterling are visiting t Sam RstiitIsVA Miss Minnie Dant n of Bourbon county is visiting hr sister Mrs Wm Clayton 01iChurcTi A large crowd has taken Ivan r7 fS tage nfthe flneVsInt1ugonUu Pond the pat week 44v 4 Press Jackson has been 1V4S polntetl Deputy U S MurthalThiJ makes the third appointment of at S2feaech J atgliS7s Ot m from twuSfrefkB visit to relatives in Beattyvljle The tadfes Aid Society of XdW CuristiaB Church hayo an tfme bbe at Mrs vj jinSJiishsresidenccTliurFday njght Last week Bndw cavered this t Vtiquite1r we oItithejrip c1entiia1hin- taeof daye yesr1i1e H Me ideal vrentherfnr the t ade are dr and 4titjwe a yv yi u j 5rS e I 4Siit rv5 5S Sie 4 IA ssPgE i lkwar CraiKS Lewis Sexton was in Sat Lu lkVV Sunday VSUbUVM Ven soul a hogjlti Riloy vrui at5cV 1lcVborgdfliittoiiVkIIeSR S toOcrirge Hunt sold his broit er Abe Hunt a hor o for30 thur Rogers bought a yearling from PO Collins for 450 oFMT P1MIpIIhe r home near the ore mine I ItsOctimin liotiseghero iho ltlttYijorWarrenIratitIg entirely throiiglJ flesh part i f the jaw fullflveMrs Lizzie Craig and three dau IIiidshtersvisited Mrs DallnsJoncp u Valley Monday M Raiusl ust ChctkMrs SallicSmoat was in Mt Ster ling Saturdiy W68EmeryVIBtelJ Edward Smoot lant week i6 Belle Hartley is visiting her herVInSInw Owau Myers MrscNoliaHuptofFleiuingahurg is visiting her sister Mrs W M C5arnrr Owen Myers wife and Misall Ole Hartley vinited Charles Myers und wife itiirduiytoBud Mann gave the young folks a dunce Wednesday night There WU s large CflWpuiiy prei4ntV- j md they danced nil flightVAIL huil u line time io Mimic returned home week alter eeveral weeks stay Bourbon county Edward Hunt accompanied him home Kbrdall Springs fourThyH F Holder of Clerk coun z1eT sickiIrcrdlast weekohhusines rheMrsvLafeeick for some time is put again i SitnkV Brother Wilhoit will prea6hut duty Kendall Springs on lieit1tIv wMissi icd Miis ist51wee L w C Cinter botitieirehrutui of iIs ctM rpenicrS I j ytt 4 p I T iitSewelIni tig Mr Anna Gosecit d Sinattliers snlda of 4Icac W Turner fur pato Mrs L A Smathers sold her to gtVr 1VAirs WlETurher and children is ii reiRtives near SharpiV burg thursdayS yu tugsleing the past week JnniesAlexander nntof0Mrwho was visiting the family o tOdd u theddeBethel J SEcq1nd1a ne einv O MundnyV Bethel was represented at both Owingsvilie and Carlisle Cou misIng mMrsfrom Saturday until Sundaynight but is better now Taylor Burnsof Carter county was a guest of C C Hardln from Thursday until Monday W IL and E G Hazelrigg ItSt their brother Henry near I11Ellton Flouting county Friday gu jj ilytGregoryVv Fe fill reedthe Christian Church Sunday on Mrs T L Peters visited her ite daingevI1II onIay frttheneiIfredOur piiblio school wbfclfJms Ro taught by Misses Bertie Berry and guekN grTliejBaveral days to handle tobacco and of have 1iadi ore1oarcrs that UJU r ilas VVjVS I RJpos Mill 1L C HtirBl continues vory illS wiios laying no moro winter It1Mrc Wal4IvereLtee Lvis hail his sale FobIticHe U L SundaMa hop ii a tine trepniIrneIii heIhoprogresii unit alfords plenty of work Lemuel Harris moved InhervHcttted by Wm Il Smoot who is attending the lieiitl Normal School this win vUited his rents ihu piut theveeI ss Hallie HUrels school closed Frit Feb 2 near Rutland nod Uullio is home niII with pa run to iind1riendwher FiCrooIcsndolpb Nixon was at Farmer ayVhioSuturdayJames Horton of Mt Sterling hero Saturday Sftvcral from here attended U Ht Ovinj8Vllle MOtuduyduiiiiM sibsheibrcriptionj Joe 1ueeClarkday y yeariIICarter county Tuesday of lust week l erri Shuliz wili run o black smit hihop here this year begin ning work this week lfjnlatives here Sunday MUs Ivy Oakley of Roes Run was the guest of MISs Callie Jack son lourrseveralSlate Valley Mrs Martin Jones is betterTra Robert Balky huts been vory Stun Conyers is laid up with urnatiuw 5ii1ejw 9 filed his app tilni tuen tuuiddnySeveral bete saxr the total eclipse irt t i Iftieio are et wasIIPr1a1dplowng had to stopIlor3eIae15ies i pra1ent 1yof Jack Ricenu Licking has it and some of then nr onof nearSharps ti gt1eetofrgrdndpI rents ziruV rife Suit irda tSIJkry nnt jrgt lull vjsIteV her and Liilhk id Sunday mid nt- i f Flat CrreekI- iat JICI spell is isbuput 1 t Lo w Was in Mt St I41 LIricy is 1fcver j4yertsI gonul crops of V V unsold ill ttis see Inn i1 Vi ino was the ir1IeY at Judy guestjilnihit Rtiher sister MJ68 Jane C Glover in Mt SterlingV I0eateW ingeville first of rite week VViUiamVril tied several ot the young people of the neighborhood Thursday eve Those present hadan enjoyable time Everyone in this vicinity took nd va famdmeasured from two and onohulf ro wasfirstUpper Prickly Aih John D iManley of hear hVFIe Lick was here Sunday ilrj JCite Gillpn of White Qali visited Oil W4W 2Caseaville spent Sunday with Al nza Stone and r fewsBrother and wife of Owing svtlle visited relatives hero Sundayon Fleminwhone iscz b th of sloctsedSunday Ronnie vierryirkinghisJohn Tackttt of Flat Cree ISv18ter ha d lila father F F Tackett y HiflPister Miss Eflloaccom nted hm home T J tivmtheir home on Salt Well The glutmmhoud regrets losing them ton Wm gue Stuwanilton of Montgomery county were ests of R L Stone Sunday night Mi of SatinddaughterBurbridgea Brunch visited Riley Chander aiid famiiy eeveral days days t e5kV VV nrh a rV VV4VS VVV SV jVSVV SJV VVtSt StioncLJohn Utirtnn bought tsr Jones mare for 90 s ter Lowery left Fridu to visit Ilia kInfolkslWVweek 7 iliarti Wilson noEl family VyW L Stout of Mt Sic jvh Monday and uuilr Powers for MrsCulliu Rat iitOO Thurtduy ton mother tSW MiCFarmer on1 days return town liltWon bimine iitwcek iuni jg expected home last of this wecL t1Cu rry GooJpusicr and family Wednesday for Chebansep 111 e they will uiakuthoir homo ank Drown has hought nu I1elwiJ and will open up lirrftclass general atom very Clay Jones of Rusdell was c nue on account of the death grandmother Mrs Fouler at Spencer last Wednefiday Richard Garret Jr itirlLexi Mngtonchild The child Robert WceJgvJlottght homt Richard Goodpa l tcr arrived iieriIhh10 dny to see his wife und child other relatives Hq thinks lou will return to Illinois to crop this but is not sure Q luttidnemichuel wants to know whose aniy c lat lila in weight His family contains nine perfonp four of them not half grown yet their bined weight is 1052 pound can go one bett rV Fairview C lnornel uvThethe mendSom Hunt bought a linearold uiare cur 52 sutt dLeslievAC Hetidrix bought a hiilch cow for27 50 VrJburley Young moved to T Routts turin last cetkISant Perkins li Usfweek for Marion JVtiuI SIS John Kleii of Nicholas coiu here hiet week onJjusinXTT Anderson VtfliUIIt a 4 ji I JY fo of LIVVE McGtain for it F rcmSkitiat O A VIS1mizk5V rotihtv isited Sum WoodarilP Sun day55V 4Ailu Uthidrix nTirf dnif literSV ivisited th fami of ItiibertWv I ulIVuq V5I tr 41Ity bought tol Geo Ufl tirgotVUiry uj 7c Jim Crump at 7 V P iVbitton and son Chit taeir tobucco to T G Doug Vat 7t 1 N PowehIVWjfluuituI 5V Georyo Turner sold their era ii5V0Q0 lbs to Snedegar Bros utl Y j StOODS A borllhood were filled hart week W F hog agsurelyJ M Siull will move with ih5 ily to Lexington March 1 sui rebotsMrs Thomas Varner who Was te eick lust week is improvingluiS F Deal visited reltttiyes InI mlngcouniy seyeral days last otVIITurner forIti1WMrs Sarah tV Tiil haar VtdJifl tarhiIo and will moyu daysV 1Jju 1tIiCdetrmeouutyupshould think well of ihseo envy us for envy you k11JBic u kind ot prafee i shwlybefore late uii diMissw visited VMrSS F Deal lurl tnandMrs L E Griggs of Mt Stirth mogMrs J H jflLeeVista Rio Grande countyCbloradb fn came Saturday on ii visit to fiia es here Mesintnes HamiitonVbf tfeisinjj and Ilihcsuf Ml Sierliiig re Bt4 of their mother Mrs ll lust weekV 4 Sherman Hamilton and iis1r- ss Emma D visited tire fumuy rungurdayThe fellow who marries nowav Lund better bo scarce wjtlm t bopayBthe preacher Ue SV VSV SVVVt- SSV ftitStn5izithVhltIicr1ributi d trflpl dug ieu Ito a lVVhen it second haa ihlh of tho tit uo st hiu no ut NttprvorutvjIIOdessass Lucy Vnnlandingbam is no r mli Anderson is sick tutupnouwonIa Thouufs L JuriesVst5ii ahoiit27 5aert of land to Julia H Jonoa for 700 W T Anderson who hail a light attack of typhoid fever is out again S Anderson who has been redow n with pneumonia fur Q weeks is tw iiprovingtIM 1errrtdaughter Mrs W T Swetnamwhi isjust recovering from weuteluslwn Dallas Gudgcll and family visit rs Gu parents Fletcher Don IMtt11 ttfl and wife near Hilltop lust W mKerns andi family Imvc d Lu WiS jIeygood people AT Jones is hauling lumber to build a new dwelling house on the Iiithin fruuinVtvrightiliss Oddie Tower went last week to Owingsville to assist in the illI voicing of tho millinery stock she and Mrs Bradbury purchased of 1rs- itt D S Estill The sick are all somewhat bet this time MFS j fnvlandinghaui1OS foreultMrs MaRgie Carpenter fame down tram Steptnne to assist ML lon hut t10hutn with mntheirdaughtcrahie is away from her home yet her eared peoplo lieiit1VttumedicaUittonlion 41Caro 4IV SC A P j VJT ifvTi i s ibSaS l SIi5sdt tV ISaS i S4t 5 545 fi5 f 7VV SLjr4 1S VSV l p5VStV-SSSj i s V5iSS Sl i VV 1 VnsS pfcwDCb C 1000 vrts eul 46 years 4 months and Qdays e was the oldest daughter of Nathan and Mary Riddle both de ceased She was married to Win A dyingreatrCbeeternnd Clydehoth tiLlhome Sbojojned the Christian church in Howun county when about 17 years I Si thezewirenrs bc1teyelVjriwiier jtidt nient readin 6p4iS wor d closejy that u there was but one church tire froIththedgedhad a kind wird for all friends or ungers She seldom if ever let day go by without nfl ering a prayer lo tbeFathcr laB eaven Jn tnkne edy She will be greatly missed also in the Sundayschrol in which ha addction She was loved by all who fec dettionatether She had been down with ed alest over it The cauce of death wu athe bursting of a blood resselt d tier head Tho bereaved huslmnd ing rectheirVV JjuVoU IbaSALtoilAgootIory 7 1gI the S4Vtlia VS VV lSt pp iti- ar S5 JrfslirjpoVteJ Iii not s id timP5 VVJllyhereH itcittird ctlj rHiinanrir iuint va sjihuiuI Angelotjrvni u so ilijiytyrUVh 5it Jong p eutisfletl JfeKro ituJtacut QRIRV OK Oni tTt5S411LnItfl-uft lionia on evenlnp to nilema tnie tiiuj of tho Uotany Club liehieiune Interested In a nowljuheii on the c tilt a thaaWooismoriio ext 1uI1tt akewill t nio n month tut tibout huhtgdt VGoesx to each ofytft iotav r I i5u out dirii Mljs EIuulaferrcVV ii u St11 iVV Thrf proprietor of the rcstaurJ tOt vnt buick to the kitchen nrd confidential talk witj the cooker Jpee that they hive disrover vdjvur lamb chop tire tint bttiutt- u he said Veli boss replied the cnoI- It lotnh chop by VanntherV 0 e f would be just as sweet Lets null them gambolefcnn1 then we van cook anything from a lamb gout and it wilt make the i card look distingue too o Haute Star LF APVEHTUEMENT Afrirk tn at the dinner in honor of his seventieth birthday ndvisrd a young novelist not to shun judicious solfiidvertieemerit 0n oiie1 of iby flrst visits Vbliew V jrk JiaBuiil tl fwuftluRin on- teCingV a 11011rgI1 touVby a puccussfu1 writer I learned during this tiiir something about the way to succeed AS we rode down Broadway on a car my friend suddenly looked up the comic paper he was rend gave a hearty laugh and then rtnd juekeIsnt cried0h hn hn ha ha lent that the fun nitstjoke ho ho ho iyou ever heard1 t Just then we rode to get olf icrNVli en we reached the sidewalk I to my friend you sluiwed roe that joke be you know Itii one of your own und t anewaredMman who sat opposite us did y lie i the edjtr who huuM offewuurg Gazette BAD SlEJiour There is no doubt tha payta really good lo a pour memory but Inert is a well authenticated ease of a man NU tIed a piece of cotton nround N erJn the mornIng to remind i V Miis hair cut On the tier unit eveuiiri IL idsrtdVIwo B1iieJa LSVi 45VV SVc1V Sf CotvV5Q4SV U I sT r L Stb 1 Vq5 Is tt huh 8UV an univer NeviV jh Germany anti there fta ItogItidlenee They say that Theeusungjproached another young wan and jiak eul universitybuildings Sta The spcond young mail replied 1 really dont know Ian a PittsburgGazette jflflTunasiflun Nicholas Lnngwurtk Wits an industrial stock iia Andntlpat Uarienceir money in such transparent Coll the CraLVrrttflyuhljT4ii armirj IltIIV brtifght his stock nnd Jhis household ticeesSGmnth certaina LeddIrfor tarP the end of this time he cam 0 to conclusion that the peddler had n cheating himthat the iiVOn ous addillonsandmuliiplicutions oliSvolved in tlysir business tranflnc Nea tinns hud been wrongly done So the farmer on iris next visit flutvrfully and was now convinced that run foars scene true Neither InIuir or multlpl tea d the peddler used him justly Beyond a doubt he was short a good ti of moneyITile c liecr the farmer said i CroutDoItBecauseme I have bought a ready koner and it la plain you have c1 c d 3 XLct me see your ready rec er said the peddler ansItic Fields 9ly The book wits brought to him glanced nt it then handed it ck with a sneer of contempt Thht is last years ready reck Hor er lie said iTto rtrt goo4or 9 year Why youro right saul the IIss tVV farmer M tjeyer thoulilVice VVtI4S5 th 1I J I VVV IV IL pP Vr 4j fRMlUM GROUND FEED consists of th bcrt Te Cf OttIaVftyouBarley iiAPPLVFEEDfozK j- VSeodcouo Cheaper nisandBettes ordmary 4R01JNSi feedS If interst 1VLivrie4- cVrS MANF1I1Vre IIC Grain PotatoesVs SeedsJUUIII Ftitr icS CrtiliZers IN coIy Price List mailed to merchantS vslio desirG ItV C S BRENTIncCrporate eed3rnanLEXINGTiYVVVSV Ij McCliERiTF N FOIlSttr TAXEE Monday CorCHiptfri the undersigned will r for sale atpublic oiDaLIt cry at the Courthouse door in Owingsville Bath county Kj to secure the ment of delinquent taxes the property named belowV Two Dollars Are added to each amount named to cover expense of advertising HABPSIURa NO RiIut Mru MuggiebZiVucreSiuulJ1I JohiisoiiSHii3T3ncreB udJJohn AVlT 4 IlETIIF- Liron1uIId j MG9iLre5 uitli S oth VoudiruI VIArno ld Mrs i4uulk 7 ivies titlj J P Hentlrlx I eSLuiI A6 acres suuij 1 It Anderxoti 6Cu oycl Mrs CalherliiP 8 acres ndj Mrs PranKin Bozpra I Iff ort V P94 acres act jpen cerKogers VlOtlav Es David 10 ncres nd Ojo W Turner 2c5 Jtiit SpnIdtiiv Cira v h Seunttinnt lifchard 0 ncres will W JrUilliuma Hor ucreedjiiVb aauiJPovtht 340 Fitu adJClayHuntell Aaron one horse niiier H Y house and lot J CaerueJOhIflSOttV 5 Sweet Lemuel 63 acres ndlJas l0Ca SneI 8ltIgadjSAflalloy 5CO BHendrix 15 TerhunoStephenhonse and lot n South SberlurneJoVhii ttoii Viil son KIIzuleth32 acres adj W H McClanahau 2 05 QuiSalitford ReWYOM1NOerson Bettle 30 acres Win St puts 280 brVWtn SII o ro adj John 380itrerMary ioodptstuV 370 jDavidGooilpuater4 sI so 1aJamesStophians S25lMliler eul John 1 lot in Okla 830 Higlilt y Jas Do ncres adj J no Dauchuerty 0 17 fly1ivl5a acres udj Roes 217trDoraParker 210 Purvis Sam HC3 acres SuttonV GC5 lLugs Juts 3 aernaV 1IK WnerIlsoU ioy BrVH1IEandiiwlnjr 85 aft JfrsMnry Ani40acre8- udj J Thornsbunr 0 a nresdJ 829 ton Frank 1 acre 250 erick Geo 3 nero adjJas Co i D c 29acres adj A VI let Sbrout 505 sts Fields E H and Szillie 2SO icr Lane rcctE H anti SallleTsfchC v C0lGoodpaster re VituizcaF15 tv fVadjsotiiatiMbrt J 100 acres yo G26Horsemani ll Salt Lick t 2Oick Win 2 acres adj lorDunllsi layVV190 hw 0RIt 275uleums Gt iv 49 a r5es5mlj 4QeJ 211 I SVVr PStomaPJuimPs Sr 12 ocre 4 utdj Burt heirs 2so arty Enos 22 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