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Owingsville outlook: n. Thursday, February 22, 1906. Owingsville outlook. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young, Owingsville, KY 1906 owi1906022201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: n. Thursday, February 22, 1906. Owingsville outlook. T.J. Young, Owingsville, KY 1906 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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=dalrtyelfa laxative Syrup Pepsi U w does do to alii poor d ypepifcb11io s sufferers j ts r one ofthem Ic positively relIeves and Ct1 forms of indigestion reguIrestores the entire system to arer TryIiblds100 Moneyback if It huts e In affirming a judgment cf the Graves Circuit Court thVCjurt of Appeals held that under the local pptlou4statute no one not a cturer pan lawfully sell beer i Consumption tIT Th Ve11s no specific for consumption Fresh air ex crcse nourishing foodand Scotts Emulsion will come pretty near curing it ifthere is anything to build on Mil lionsipf people throughoutthe goodhealth CJ From time immemorial the doctors prescribed cod liver cil for consumption Of courscelhe patient could not takciibmvits old form hence it ddtyliule good They can take SCOTTS EMULSION nglimeasilydigestedI system as t cod KperdiltinHthe 1n of Scbtts Emulsion and thatj the reaspnitis so helpful in consumpdpniwhere its use muscbe condmious yj We will scnc1ott a sample free iri qBe tart that jictureJh the form of- fJjbcl B on the wrap j cr if every bowof i niu13on yo btJ1f 5cott Bowne Q Chcrnits 4O9 PearlStreet J New Y rJc Or114111 I14r1 cb a r 55 z 1 5 1t s XL tiI I- a5j 5S t te f5 jf C 2 fl Ic k qf tI 551U k ill t 1 o 5S S i I5r155SJ4t oI ka 5SIc t Jj o o 1 a t tf1JjSS- S t Jti r r6 1 t t t S4IS 7 J I rp 1 If1 55555 i orii1LJLbl te tf residllIt Gro Miss Frances place June 2 Martyrdom ruwn fault simply ts font take sufficient V a medicine that so J f indspf women enthu li iecommeti viz Dr fir laxative Syrup Pep 7 bland Soothing cura Iclne regulates disordered ions of stomach liver bowels ftVandsqbn restores sick women to p rfect health Try it Sold hyC Wt5PterSat5O and IOD Money it fails By the explosipnQf a lamp at the hbinc ofli n law James Davis in Sherburne ten miles from here Mrs aggie Cil vert aged 4 learswaffatally burned Davis attempted to blowout th- Ight e anoVblew the hlaza into th- howl1gnitiigttie oiL The lamp exploded throwing the hxnIIfluid all over Mrs Cjh J Jiet cotigeveu i he rlr Durneu trouerbdy ri1B nds iebaij horned 1u Idittb Save Mrs Crtlir- eM44 A Healing Gt Spol The Rev J C Warren pastor of Sharon Baptist church Belair Ga says of Electric Bitters Its a Godsend to mankind It cured me of lame back stiff joints and complete physical collapse I was so weak it took me half an hour to walk a mile Two bottles of Electric Bitters hav made me so strong I have just walked three miles in 50 minutes and feel like walking three more Its made a new man ofvme Greatest rem IlliverSharp1drugstore In rue March number The De Hncator has fallen under the spell of romance which the marriage of the Presidents daughter evoked and presents as its leading feature an article onaqsj1 Brides of the White House tUustrntedwltha handsome of worth never before ub1ijeI Tae fiction of the number inifttides a short story by Mary Sfewarl Cat byVirginiathe continuation of rte resident of Quesr Helen ll Inslows interesting club storyViola Al len the who married a southern millionaire writes of Saakesperes heroines from the poLt of view of one who has persona jd many of them with great success lea Now and Tlieu phY5tclanInvenls fat medicine that proves so uni versally successful whenever pre placeitthru the newspapers This is the hlst9ry of Dr Caldwelis tax ativa Syrup Pepsin For years prescribed by Df W B Caldwell for cons ipation and all disorders of liver stomach and bowels it was at last manufactured on a large scale and is now the most successfulmedicine in the world for these diseases A pure scien tific ton laxative syrup pleas ant to take and perfect ik results Try it Sold by CW Peters at 502 and 100 Money back if it falls 4 Under the head of Late Society News an exchange prints the following Parties desiring to enter the printing office at this season of the year must be guided by the following rules Advance to the door and give three distinct raps and then the devil willattend to t f 5S r r c r i si 5t 4 ISS 141 j 1 S 4 nJf 5isj SS i ita I t I fioIMt a 7 ew- i r 5pf 3 Co uyiar OUI town or to stop sp It any one is a mistake Such reports as the one in the Louisville Evening Post are an irjury to our community The people have now spoken in favor of thegraded school and the will of the majority should and will prevail For the sake of our rep utation elsewhere let us have harmony Luckiest Man iu Arkansas I Im the luckiest man inArkansas writes HL Stanley of Bruno since the restoration of my wifes health after five years of continuous coughing and bleeding from the lung and I owe my good fortune to the worlds greatest medicine Dr s N w Disov ery for Consumption which I know front experience will cure consumption time My wlfe Improved wIth first bottle and twelve bottles compleedth- ece Cures tbe i coughs and colds or moneVrefondes At R L Sharps druggist gc and 100 Trialbot 15 OI TrngedkiCa1iOS sT ilal fromlngsvllls1 Vt M31hk nan of his ccut aICkase4 the Frankfort penittntIay sf rv peeCor telAthe parole of Ballard and tbeklU Ing with subsequent events which were told by Bailardto a cltizenof this town from whom the queer story was learned Ballard bad heretofore kept sileqt on the subject since his release from prison and the story has never been pub lIshed The killing connected with the trials of Ballard will be remembered as attracting more at tention than any siml ar tragedy ever enacted in this patt of Kentucky Mallards Joryis in substance as follows and he voucae- sforit and many patts are borne tout About twenty years ago Ballard then living near Olympia this county owed taxes on his property amounting to about 64 Sheriff Dick Crouch sent one of his deputies whose name is withheld to collect the money which Ballard paid The deputy then returned here and related to Sheriff Crouch a thrilling tale of how Jack Ballard and hIs two brothers Mos es and James hadheld tim up in a lonely spot and robbed him of thenioneySThe fiery Sheriff at once went to Olympia where he accastd Bat lard of the robbery Ballard knockr ed Crouch down and Peter Spen cer came to the aid of the Sheriff Next day Ballard went to a lonely road where Peter Spencer was at work and in a quarrel which fol plstQlduelBallard was brought here for trial surroundinghim tempt would be faad to release himWhen the day bf the trial came the town was filled with friends of both sides and all day friends worked among them to prevent an armed outbreak When Ballard was taken to the courthouse armed guards surrounded him Ballards two brothers were there and before leaving home that morning they had promised their mother that Jack should not be taken to the penitentiary In the court room4niendsof the Ballards were watched closely to prevent them taking the prisoner from the guards When the jury returned a verdict of life imprisonment pan demonlum reigned The guards closed in around Ballard and started with him to jail Once on the street Mose and Jim Ballard drew their revolvers and attacked the guards who at once drew theIrveapons Ind corn menced firing Seeing there was no chance to rescue Jack Mose i i d fr t 5I r S z r t I r 51 a tI0t f 4I r J r I 4 c I i t oJ5 I iswa ifta 1 + F i li J rL 44 oft l a 1Jh rio r ir4 5V A4W t a55 a fr f T0 r ji SSI1 r I t j t r l 1 t as Jfi II r fJ l- rep Irr r i 4 J C1s 0I f rrI hri 4 rJt 141Ic ft tf s f J = Of5 h lZIIit yr p It SIa b to =t 1 j sa Sf l i T jr 1 tIcta 1hI Jlf I w Spi5 a 1 Id4l i I1 S JIItl 5S rt5a 11 1 r t i1 tC itir o t A lIDtst f SS t1o F J LI os J k4S4514I- a Y ot to tH t Ji1ffj Tf1a F = h A Happy F a 4t To have a home you ryust have crff1i w as they are great bappyhome indksrs i 3woman you can strong enough f healthy childrenwith little pain or disCo nfo yourself by taking l VIN E I OF wtIARL5UI r Womans Relief J4Itwillniation cur 1 Yhj s 1alIlwomboarI- an tmubledisonderer menses br iciie headache etcand niakel5i natural ad eas ti tttevery Ct5 t1mr100 fr i Pf f tvpjtrg ba AUfrrrEs irntlyetftrusallyourtruubles plain se1ledenv lOpe AJJrc s Ladies AdvisooDeptTheClwttahix eJld cp ttooga 1nil ecapfleeingne of the guards took fi positron oii the corner where the postoffice here now Is and fired at Mode with his pistol killing him Another guard took aim from behind a small building oyer a well just in front of the jail and killed Jim1 Both men fell dead within one hundred yards of the court ouseTheguard who kIlkdMbse told the physician who undressed Mose to look orr a place on Moses body and they would find the bull t hole that be put there The- physician Molted and there was the hole AttCrthe battle Jack Bal Afewtions were sent to the Governor pleading for clemency Each time a petition for a pardon went toI tItlonsigned protestingSeveral times this was done un til at last a letter came to Dick Crouch from SOme point in the West the postmark on the envel ope being obliterated The envelope contained 64 and the writer stated that tie was the former Deputy Sheriff who had accused Bal moneyhehadhad directly caused the killing of three men The deputy stated that he had disappeared just alter the killing because he could not stud the remorse whl continual haunted him here and that he had just succeeded in securing enough money to pay the debt and praying Crouch to use his ef- fOrts to release Ballard Crouch went immediately to work with a petition it is said and Ballard was paroledS Farm Wanted I have a call for a farm of 50 or 60 acres at about 50 per acre cash near Sharpsburg If you pleaseinform28 31 J C NatsoN We will send THE WORLD and the daily except Sunday Louisville Herald to any address one year for 2 This is equivalent to getting a dally paper six times a week for r In politics the Her ald is strongly Republican otherS wise It Is a bright newsy and interesting paper I t- f i L ic c t I ifWETO CAESOI I and notliing else litry babyglH now two wceksOlJV Stiles Mrs JP Sheiboth doing ne1ySw Country Estates oftlie Blue Grass Pen and PencIl pictures of tile beautiful country places ofCentral Kentucky 200 pages of perfect en griyvings and descriptive matter printed on the lieavient paper and bound in handsome bindiuc The only book ever published that has done full justice to the delightful home life of henuokyMr A Spurr of I cafland The farm illustrations are magnificent H is the best work of its kind I ever sawJohu E Madden of Ham burg Place PRICE 300 Thos A Knight 119 E Main St Lexington Ky K4 G0 YEARS 1EXPERIENCE FTRADC KARXS pvT COPYRICHTS 4cAnyone eendlne a ifcetrh and taqnlcklr uceruiu our opinion free whether an UiTentlnn rfhnblr PnCcntnblc Ciiminunlrn tlon9 trictt7cotOdoit1a15IIndbnok on Latent tcnllntentalT tpecLanoCLcS without choree In tbo Stkntific Rmerkan- A hnnd 0nclr Illnitratnt weekly Tersest dtv cnlntlon i any Bdeiuico Journal Terms 3 a M Dr1Brancb A country exchange has this to say about printing all the news A man stopped us on the street the publishnot In the firs place there S somebody else depending on us for a living If we published all that happened we would b= with the angels In order to please the peo pie we must print only the nice things said of them and leave th rest to gossip Yes its a fact we dont print all the news If we readingButThe net week you would read our obituary and there would be a new lace In heaven All the news is all right when it is about the other Tellow L f i jS L o r J 6 2 r SS j J 5 yl 0SSS 5 4 j r J 4 f 5S to rr ss J t 4S V I r 4 r a 4 ISS aj 11T f I Gofji t r i io i 1ff li i lii1H ij P tj 5r tt 1 fSyjf 7ti r 11 t tbxSi t j 1J Y iJJ it Sf1 fI 7J ti i 1Ji fxt irJ 1 f jSi iiriS11 7etTtt f r IJ Fro OtItoc aDr rfu a Cur 10111 dll your druirvlit v v fguarantat tJr ih2Mcthcal14n = Co Ekhat IMaq d t ivii fi I 1 ADVERTISING tJ INTHISPAPER4 BRINGS RESULTS t k i iii i1Ishave to offer I Jf 1S i1 j r r The Liberal Advertiser r it IS THE tho Successful total Y 0 HENRYI WATTERSONSl t PAPER L f The Weekly CourierJournal 1 AND THESBath County Wo- rldBOTH 7i 1 0 1 J ONE t I ti t TEAEFOR l i fS oNLy15oSzJLew t1j S have not heard of the Courier journal D mccratic in all things fair in all things clean in all things 1it is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are en 1eabled to offer the WEEKLY COU 42thisabove Send your subscription forjCounlerJournalS the combinationlo usnot to 1 1 DAMBDDAn Sf5455FRENCH FEM- I1PILLS iiS 9 I San 3twz EL4gg5 trai uow uGtA k =iey Beat rr sM 1100 bS mil c4 thc DIII bi I IIe1Ine4 8 tr JIInaIo r4 Jao ce UNITEDMIOlcVOQ7 LAN5ssa For5 rile by C W Ptra si f Sfa 5 irl 5 55SSs 4S r i A l Ir I I s Ii t =f1 a 4 i tr 7 j l r tf t d c i t l0 n k1 a i I c Va vs i f q I t I ba Ia A t e I I o Jr1 i f I I 4 r J j i 0 t 1 t 4 4 1l A r I I 4 1 i o S S 7 0 of i c i d S 4 i 14 mb I I p1i Ziv lr t 0 0 I Ij 4 1il iI f i1ibt 2 J J- Pr e 1ft 1 t J 1 0 r r PA CI f 1 t 071 r1 t 4 1 ooi tt 4 o q 0 Lr I J 1 i I d 2 l 11 f 7 0 rt tL CL a ro- pWOI t Vi llIi IO r I1 o 0 jU itC r i cr y clia y y t i LF t J 11 ft rI I n 4 t J1a ofi t 4 f 44V tp NJ ji40Y j 7n y I 1 11 If i v the4 ch her startled islnks Into a chair r lovers some of ei jerhaps thu awful r may be smell Jniaifor a headache e tLat matter beydhd- ritriol she will soon know I t r loth cannot hold outagaI i iflCkIet e ers Its pustbe s one 1 t aag jV j I t t dssbespeaks than heaven It 7Laswftkeffe so ar that sh i Jin love it hero of lie last nights ad l t jf tBre Atthesame time she expert s OcErR1orethatstrangechnL jthoufch collects herself says Jo J zi ll arcaltlcafly sencifltaLopezJid JBe a word t ft etfldve from another woman buS 0band7 T Thebeautifui Mexican looks up In a rC slartled W rvarl U emotions chase t i jJis4er olive iace then she says J JauUnet1 anti bad e we to believe be cared You 1 BBC Vlfeavfed his life as he did mine 1 iordeclare heaven meant us for each pomlsetbalorttt 4r Juei rIta1thatyou will lorI thIm Jove shallill4 Rwlly seorJttol1asktoo much 4lIr SInvite an c IBfBttrom no man kejlrorfrlghterllnlr t 1thatI shall see Mr Denver only oifco forfZi t t XH will fohlowyourny heart teUs t i JBI1JI1 fllowrou she mutters r r be possible that with your f V eauiy you bayebecn unable tocapU 4 J jTrte him another plan etba he admires most In a Jt1 Iwo1an and let your nature partake of qII that ue this wise young wp J aritrollltGotham who little dreams pr tat she thus advises a rival ril tiff t4iew know I have heard him ealoi what he admired In women 21iuIear suck virtues do not lie hi 1 forsatBre can tryI can begin now i tJ ywfJittfe know the fierce spirit f 1 rafiIPaulineIt4 71t tw eucb a hothouse flower DI f1ek u for whajt you have ri r hlfthBor1t Westerlayj perhaps It fSut 2 succeed At any rate I have i 1i rii pIarad a lesson Listen tb me now luIb i = 7O Ot moved out of your pttI1Q 1 w bIu it Is heavens decree J 4 J Juae4t5topiz wlil abide by It Aht i Il4entle words have done more 7 ba4 r rosjwct more than subdued l a INoi spirit i had looked for t Tame prepared for Insults but ti riIqeHNtu1II ataTadlceKe 41 j r1 j tJW f p j1t1 r J ir 9 to r jl1jrJ tJ r otff 2I J hI2Jf rt1 4tJ 34 who can afford asI many as she pleases She deliberately spills some of the liquid on to being exceedingly careulnot to let It come In contact with her fingers fmmedlatetrIsacid destroy the threads In the cloth actuallyeatenJhcywtber before the action of the fluid seestblsthenh s lyightarurylnhers troy my looks and make me a hideous deformity upon be earth Heaven was kind to Qrop mercy Into her soul 10 put a word into my mouth that nhatgrowing riotously without training I Inten4cQo Lfc thPthencldapdfi replace wUere the MdcQce r a jealous g ceanceb w horldm Tannerwithralst a uuexthecallduringhuman natures being gifted with rather w e ringhatI have never yet been deceived mytrst Impression I lunch was very a vore t butheremy heart that my king had otheaShe leans at the window looking out and watching the night raiL uponr gay Paris The gardens of th Full cries lie below with lights Elrntnfcre and there the palace its i virtual ruin never having re itIfrom the wreck brought about by tn tuieyPauline finds the scene TerjIul Whobered sand nee morerldcsaloiig IFlftllavauc It Is ony afucSI cr itiJ iJ t0 2 i 69 ft J I JiJ r o rl P 0 rIad Pol j c Lf- 1 t I t P jhJ I I 2 tf J t t v t s t frJw j aaa r rj J1 iSIr = i I Iba of d 1 la s J tat I 1 Se Jf I 5 t I gitfqi2 I 1 7 i I U Mr r1copos9J t tat n o 4 rShamer Iatul hue ier hinted at such a 1t iiigJJThey were both on their knee3heand1he brsive Colonel Bob fe r it Vjt t1j confsiaaland you laugh I am ahiazeddlstteissed No no you are wroagjgit wasj n1 Ithe most secluded spot ofJne Bols do among the treeseeveya oth Acrsstoufous never laughed sojpfn nVy nft flWthfn Nnstgirl dtmt yon see you ari fllllngme Poknowtbe professor and Colonel Bob beer up to 5 i Only fighting a duel Mfss F aew jJ duel ndQe you torI V JT Euppo demurrBk bw lt was pnly4 f i y after a1J I t com paricalunaome en Jrncnt 1 roc sir 3lin vas Ina4lYea1i Ifelt sorry GmaltJtEgl1 a7uZraL fn to ho depthotiici patluy A Co onte1 il Wlic fJlltloJluels nmon Ink w divuit icjJlQit flt would beti calfiia tJ k17 5it AVasfiw aceo tit otyasKnlght tbftw nteunensawznoIoit e ptitibr Jl was q Ia flt t AA I Ot Okav Ionhim as a big dogn Jn la small one jhedjd not w hurbhlmj 01fullTo be e6iinueV i1f GofdiXutput bf Alaslci Jl t- The gold Tnlhcs fan thejrfAmerJcin side of the lino nthe JI v t are tbis year for tha irsttfmi ptv I duping much large1 uatttltte df tiM pr m tal than ite belngjouM f In o fordadmqdlstrfc Is sliptnt lttexp rt J proxlmateTy iooooooiu1ah valley rLastJcarthe total gol l proddc Qft o chrJljOfOOOft less than tlHjI IC eanup at Xonw alone vre he jrlncipalthe last summer tfs safe hsbmrfe that the entire Alaskan sofa du fiut will not be far sltarl of 2UOJOOOQ rlt the other hand the KlpntfIke outnuij fo vJu1rf not be much exceeded ttjwits total tot ih 903Tacoma Ledger pj Mneoln and Hlar ConfjtrjJijen Sir AVemysa Reid Wrte f Atraham incoln One mustBptijblamefcny shn n too severe1yhpyeVCrYor eir Jack of ajjprecIaUo ptLin4ola f Is doubtful If even nos He Is apprft J ciated at his trutWOrthr1Y Anicacai themselves Someyearsragorhadthg pleasure of taking in t ittnnr harming young lady Who was UnV coin direct tlMcendant I saidta er you can jiardly understandiow p leased L am to have met your here Is scarcely any plan whose namelstamlllortom whonif I honor as I honor the raenjory 61 your grandfather The young Jady opened her eyes in innocent amazement and confessed subsequently that she had been very much surprised l1t my little speech At home they never say anything about grandpapa The Safest Place A city gentleman was recently1 Iii vited down to the country for a day with the birds Whatever his j6Wr r in finance his shooting was not remarkable for Its accuracy to the reat di3gtui4 of the man in attend nce whose tip was generally regulated by the size pf the bag Dear et at last exclaimed the Sportsman but the birds seem exceptionally strong on the wing this year Not all of em sir came the rea mark Youve shot at the same bird about a dozen times Es afolleria ou about sir Following me about Nonsense hy should a bird do that net iWeHslrcame the rell I dun tic nor Im sure unices esanarewt lie jou fo r wif aUer I CLti U C i i I ed- I C J I i I lf t ji t fj W7 b 1t t- lci iii r i H I l ti lr 4e t J t + IIa JS j tmu liunsclf with a ue bench the matter Job asked 4 Ppfter I rm cpnsarned Hannah Im con sarhed sperritV is as clar as iPFfngwater bnt Im cpnsarned about what these byar cardal minded people wltr say SVluaL1a happened inquired Mrs Potter anxiously Iwasjdrjvlntto hum this afternoon when who should come up to me but Mordecal pratt a drlvln that there two hundrediddllar critter he bought Inyprk jtltched to hfsb ggyI sixt dplar mare to the hadI ort and when she Tieardrlhat crlt thetinowherfeticfept Klvered with dust wall these people will think siacirv Et yqiUEeuppcr J bsal4Mrstte Jiflkone Ul believQ you would enrcr thb way youve talked agin W nyj IiccJ wasift nowbere repeat lid ed whichtdedInUi WOII nevf ptuallyi thefor7 SIuba tIa F aP cii the Dcon c2lingSa rah uJth snt eyet- P h T I thumtLjrat puthcu t ble V t A tifUintm gpln vlt- hWr54 rleUuh s a woridhi- ndehiH roth unrpginerate Cr 1er J ffr se8aL the trtqI Carcyat6uif lotsddcnpiciics d FICJrt or man tipErfesJlnChrlsfi ttio ptUaffe church hyarr iioidsEtili dge JrtUcs 13s f d1Jj dan cc twm n ls llp a ric- hsouedaypnt In Mrs Potter 11Yr o SJI f1lm IreJort The aynipsfnlrsdeorellfm iUh l i AtferVsos hadCgorio the Beacon emp tie d bis pockpt8 prlspmejolil papers Llir wlngt fntothe stove toJ1fcallpilnh now ere he e p d at a square nt4cr cfurboardazuqng the papers ri d a ltWB a teatIO l tuft Clu S New York iw play r Pa iJu i lOOOjSaraceh1 f Handicap rJ Ticked thlRhyac h1ngupon the ALin front pftb house muttered cn9al JdJut been letting bia moti yt and a scorchin htniselfwlth Heirflre Ill talk about fI j Tm couiiarnedrKanvcahP this hyar paper at Sunilay school and hp replaccdit In his pocket Tho horses were gathering for the spring races near the village and Fred Carey was doing a largo busl ness with the horsemen He was liked and trusted by the race men and while they dodged some bills they always paid Carey If It were I for the Deacons savage opposi n to hte suit for his daughters hand would have been entirely happy Sarmb Potterwould nOt Uatelto hi iC f J j f J p a r j Si Jr i t i t Jp Iy I 1 r fta i f Z f1 f I o t t1 V I o f f rs I i re ci i jiiD 44 t1 i j4 a j 7f S 4 r J i urged I m iz iiS iI The village tow of the great rt fcontained some una rwere interested InI U few evenings later rying home a halfsolli from the shoemaker wrapped In a sportingrDeacon eyed It with a l 4as he unwrapped the bootsL thentcaught i Public Interest on the wit ISI I Asked quaverlngly who had won the handapwthe Atlantic Handicap now centers on Saracen Opening at 100 to ho- het winter betting his odds have dropped to five to one with wise money going on fast at that rfeltpasteboard card A thousand to tear he murrim 4 and this hyar card bclongsiTco til one who has It He freplaced the card inls wallet and did not spetltbereon at the Sun day schoolshtlTuesdaythe Deacon became Distraught and anxious as the dr uproached In a surreptitious mIL ir c obtained a sporting pappf tlv la eforathe race and dlscovei t uat Saracen was of1nbihouselover Sarah ournfully submitted thatIrWhen 4 d j of the racq dawned fb Orli 11 red about the house HandicapI abbyabout the entranc tb thu course ftian agony lest he be reicognized and lest Saracen should os lie heard the Afinishhim Men began U ime out of the entrance and seek t cars but he FilIallyhiIve looking man ano tked quavering ly who had won the t Why Saracen rcpMeil the man hands down and the Jok looklus back at tho other skat s againstth SVIs this your ticket asked the cashier of the Turf Club It It snapped the Deacon II The man called to son epno In the office and In t moment tile Deacon and Fred Carey two ver a surprised men were staring at eac o her This man has the tUet you stopped said the cashier I found It In front of my house murmured the Derrniu By George exclaimed Carey I must iRe pn el It out of my pocket Ill when i going to see your daugh As long as you found It why to Lat of It goes to you and the other If will help to pay for the house Sarah end I will live in next month au know youve agreed to the mar tiftga and of course Ill say nothing n about the ticket and you being at the ed bookmakersThat the Deacon opened the r J I jS f J i o 5 r r 4 S i 3 a 4 II I ioi j Ptlf li 54 v v oJor r jloy t S 4a Ji i I tH t 4f qS t iit 3i I I Yt 9Ji ta KIfJ c t1IiiItqaa 11 S h TI L t yo tt 4 i n 4rf ci ot t Si Sri ii7 ti r i rd1r f f LJit y oi W hi 1 2t l i ianiIs Johu ISmithderlngiy vllie IfJ4 je rIj manvt ging IS afmoney Ohj Why S 3 U iisafr1SVhyJOhnny t useLtofLshtogeth In t ecrc a w YentJoftnny give blmmt love and tell n I Ji coming round to see him hen I get off la the morning oDlr minghanf Age Herald goEdvOidyer one of the guests atn mil c 8 dinner IO millionaire was a free spend ebut he wanted full credit for every dollar put outheAnd as tho dinner progressed he told his guests what the more expen sive dishes had cost This terrapin he would say was ipped direct from Baltimore A Do- ltlmorecookcame on to prepare it he diSh actually cost a dollar a tea spoonfiilf Sob th speGarden peaches nail the other courses H o dwelt especially on the expense the large and beautiful grapes ch bunch a foot long each grape gger than a piunu He told down to napennythat the grapes lund cost him apiece The guests looked annoyed They ate the expensive grapes charily But Dr Hale smiting extended his Iheand said Would you mind me 0TIMI uaoutmore please At tlw End of Aready 1111TherttbeVhAnd ttnbiIrThrough the pathways Intricate sinhAn tutA quiet earden lies seeUnder stirYTheie comes no danger to rouse P1 tIC The feant o the road ate gone eyeandAreadyIStrung1 they walk In It soberly bringsTheswings Yit1Theodpsla Garrison In Life EnoughProf on Mass 13 a noted wit On one occa sion one of htn 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with the s1ppI known as the Chateau de VI1Ia can be bought for J28000 It waS built toward the close of the sixteenth century and Is regarded aSIl very p periodtrhewlngs Cc so a aternc and EnBlisli style dono by experienced landscape gardeners ioward the close orl the last centtto A lake lies In the woods of the large park Burroundlng thohiSoand there are conservatories terraces in the front fthe hateu1and several Islands in the River Cher that belong tp the property n OI1 rstlllis the chateau near daysfhatjKrlodhavlng l styledncthePicturewindows ln one wins of the house Just 02 It Wa Built ahandInU8ptTheretare kitchen and frctllirdensIconservatorlea and a very old chapel antedating even the building of the 7 fcl i 8In ahi hoUBCrTheiparkwasJald out bythp famous Le Notre I uilt In Sixteenth Century a The Chateau do Farguette stands near ra palace famous In medieval daystl dhecastioismo3icval in architecture having 1i en built In the sixteenth con 1 tinryi It is in good preservatIonshow reeeal11whe sr ri j 4 ft a da l a I a 5S a a II cI t j4 1t 1I j1Pz J aJ a ai aklt iJ J r= I f If 1 aIt Jt tt i a t r is Ij 5t Vr r f I J laVa 4 4 a s epw a 1isJ Vet a a p tougivet atiimake this out i Jaor as he looked Here is a company vertlses a gold mine 00 worth of ore In Imates the amount of aIm to be at least 100 r shares are 100 par value Assessable It offers a ent each to the first 1000 takaJbutnuel what an old blockhead Are exclaimed the wife Why a blind man could see through J trick Ir Wall whets the trick Why they want to make you a thalsdoneasking you to contribute J5 toward a steeple for some Baptist church stockBione havegritchurch ndIf the Baptists cant dofor the same letmsrlI off their cows to built oneII guess youro right Hannah nbwadaysto tilenfinAmerl an 1 tiriIwhiIltimeVtold it In tp lIce court tint Burning when arraigned on the charge of being drunk 1 was in a saloon on Union avenue last night ho said when a man came up to mo aid said You had bet ter go home or you will be robbed Padrybefore midnight said the stranger Ill take it I said 20lnaUmoney ih his pocket NowAjou lose said the stranger as he walked out of the door- Ytili have been robbed havent you Thats U last remember I had bIaJames Horton patrolman testified that he arrested Olson at Ninth and Walnut streets about midnight Krin a sis City Star Too Scaly to Believe Mits Maria Wilde an uthority on- ocentceramics told this littiw atari r lyot ner early days aa a collector i was buying some pes fBeleek one tiny when the man asked me If I knew the secret of the high glaze of the Irish BeleelcC On my replying In the negaTiVfehe saidI Itwasfish scales In the mlsture The next time I saw 3i Hart Brew er the Trenton pottsr who succeeded In making American Beleek superior to the original Iris product I told him with some elation that I had dls covered the secret ofi the glaze and we related the powdsrod fish scale story As Mr Brewer listened a look of amusement overspread his countenance so and when hail flntshnd ho the raid Miss Wilde hats a flt story Told of 9ng Alfonso The king of Is youngandl- ikes sov to have a good time yet he isme often obliged tY won twelve hours or wOmorehis prime minister a sealed pe Itlon With the request that it should beclgranted unconditionally When It was opened It fas found to be In the kings own handwriting Ho demaIldall ed for himself an eight hour day and no work on Sundays and holidays On Jstoppedrecognize hiniatsnee but who pres ently began to apologize profusely Why was the automobile sto dW e girnywaymotor wagons are not allowed onho WItiiitAlfonso then I shall bestil PooreS boo pkoiitheirf p fi9 f Iji a f j I a i a a I ft a I I 4 I INMi acj1aa l to Sal I4 f Ia I4I 4 t i a f j a t 4I t air a 1 rrumblci but of course must ne nil crepe de chine travf lwell on the whole silks vary upany how should be treated with dlscraJ tlon Household Companion waASpeclalMrs IJ here says she feels like A New Be esIng although she is in her flftysev enl ternhwellknown aGodsendsuffering She says tortureIm hyDdddsmybodygood Dodds Kidney Pills are thethave amInmany yenre and I ow taU t ds K1dnoPills Brother Jlnkins Misfortuneer Says the A dtms Eagle iWe are mighty sorry to report ar ace ident ihat ftBppeneT TBrbther Jenkins last wcvk andjt Wjsone of th strangest acidentshaSr hi1 In this settlement a hUe he peacefully pnlllngxoff h6 shoes r lus to re ng for thsVnlght k a firie sey cow1ilked I Jj room ch on tie g ollnnd bit thetheneighbors seem dInct to be erstitious about It ofOrder eaInpoliceman who was also captain of the one thaoccasion ntpanymed the course anheknownas his abomendHoi Innoo Attention Here comes the carr comnanv chnlltt AtLiveA Anissummoned hlfe treat friend to his side a motion of his hand antI tuSThper ed Lockhart I may have hut a minute to speak to you My dear be good manbe virtuous be religious be a good man Nothing cistiIeagive you any comfort when you come to lie here to the latA BLongdecided to eotabllsb residence In Sioux Falls that she might divorce him traveled west with her as she was unaccustomed to going about alone end didnt like to anyway AniNCiPIEiHow Food Headed Off tlis Insidious Disease The happy wife of a good old fash ton l1lchlg3ntarmersaYIIn was taken to alcka general breaking down aa It coi byhtiseemed to do me no good and I was weak I could scarcely walk across neThedue to overwork and close confine edthathidicinegood effect in fact I seemed to grow anThenes give up coffee and see what GrapcNuta food would do for me began to eat GrapeNuts with sugar cream and bread teresThe effect was surprising I Iabto flesh hiwithgrew exnormallysweet sleep clime back to me In six cks timo I discharged the hired tew l and commenced to do my own seworlc for a family of six This S two years ago and I am by l and enjoy it Name rvenbyta stum Co Battle Creek Mich Theres a reason Read the It 4rekutho Road to WeIvlUe In gvdLJ fa- 4t a J i f t a 3 a I Ia 4 I IIa f ta iq t jA r r a a i I 4 f JIJ 4 jo J 4 t t 1 I r il 5t Ip H4 I f iItI t + i f 1 4 l a ntt i V4 a ht 4 it t tIIays hau r the boy rode on One day she got on thL tors car When he came to cu the fares he was haided a nickel the thwomanary performance was holding her head high In the air The conductor looked at the boy and Inquired If was five years old He Is not old enough to pay a fare snapped the woman attempting to evade the direct question The conductor looked at tIme wom an timid then at the boy and turning to the woman asked In a perfectly respectful tone but loud enough to be niaIIifare T 1V Host Was Pleased Edward Everett Hale said a law yer was one of the guests at a tail llonalros dinner TliemllUoDalreitSI free spenlF but he wanted ft ridIUorcerJ dollar put out SfAnrLas thoidln Jprogressed he toh thia gticstn more etpen sive dishes lied V This terrapin livouhd say was shipped direct 1ronmjtimore A Bal ore cook came i to prepare itThe dish actually c dollar a tea spoonful iteaslothouso thcothercoursesHtho urge and beautiful grapes h bunch a foot long each grape ger than u plum He told down to a penny what be had figured it out apieceThethe expensive grapes charily But Hale smiling extended his plate d said finutmore imleasedo thAtrvadyhere AVhoAnd dobonalrbaroughstairAndAt ouciuitceful and fair and still to see Under Its cloudlesj skies T surpriseThe fears o the road are gone tindAt Is kntileStinnRo they walk In It soberly bringsTheHis st ingIwIngsiig Thcodosla Garrison In I Irot3 Mr Shaws Wasted Kicks tlagentMr Shaw went out with his wife pass tho evening with friends and upon returning home decided to go inAthe side door When Mrs Shaw Icitppedfoot upon what she supposed was aman asleep She screamed and came ar fainting 1andm Thinking he had kicked the mart Into insensibility he lighted a d atchluto the surprise of both found y a bushel of potatoes In abagv tot Bostoi Herald O StowilwalYOlmg 3ledi rancan liner Crctic was talking out stowaways Most of those fellows he said In deep resonant voice have flItaa cessivo quantity of cheek of brass Once wo discovered a stowaway ta clays out front New York and ptt him to work in the galley A lady on an inspection passed the stowaway as ho sat peeling po ocs d 4How soon dc iyow think well ach Naples she said to him Wen madam he replied 1mdo all I can to get her In by TUBS Y j IS 4 1 cf Ij J 5Af l I t t f I a a a t a t tlY i tM IV r J4art s t If a 0 a tltto pI y 5 1 it ti r r f d t t i t S v LI I 4- r 14j r i Vt p t1t i fo r ts4i ti ka s l f 1dL a a tH t auti roI t tt7 S oi7 ifw J j wc r1i ot1dJiio ra reitJ t I hail be convalescent w ilt IIf t1ebeefsteak SheJ me any but toid when he came if So the next time I Doctor I am so hung a piece of Beefsteak Tile loctor gave me one tJ look nd said I think rtel a piece of my coatl 1 Herald V HIr Grass In New Ham A qua told character was Durgi bjn of Capt Durgln of er to sayfeditlfaacL tThomang Warren Dara 10V faIte houl a dotcloveruca lilt thrW atitJt j he cried la Ms hi fidSquea yVlceWssosh qThe have to set Iowa oh their knees to suck the biosiso me- a Burled In Strange Costume tAt his fact request a Welchnian was buried In his Sunday clothes his seal sk 1instick by his side his pipe In lilt fins ers and plenty of tobacco IahsD- ouch a vCalcuttaThe Calcutta Bengalee cvldcntlyls someIWe- nca not even with caengesainst the corroding action of British mination and save ourselves e pounding operation of politico commercial administration a Druggist for Allens FootE ass I tried ALLENS FOOTEASE recent clthasand ItcUin sensation in ray feet which ras almost unbearable and I would not bo wIthit it uowMrs W J Valkcr Ca c1 J Sold by nit Druggists oateErrorsOur own errors in Judgment are UBj downlrIghtow Robbed Church berobbedby continuous coughing throultQut tho con gatton when Mitl ripino Is guam nieed KTOfc Sold everywhere 5 cents WhoIntcrterfly so often tell the truth svuinhtn usually knows lr husband truthful 11001KUYesterday a great mil was born to bltorgQttvDkTHE TilE VAMOBa IIcenSome men take a trip abroad for pleasure and some take their wIves n 11x03 Cure la the best mealclne we eve used lungsixfls1Lv it It sometimes happens that a man breaks love his bankroll when he falls In Syraprebliirea In miaauoflaiiajapalacureawbdcoUu ia tiow U anhlniltlon ucEJ= 25 CtsI- N OI EY CJN fa y j V a f 4 5 II r a I y p I l a 4 a 4 pi t a i t4v a t taaaaatfS i k Ir t I 5S c ItwtI1eeItIryureplaints In it v uaUon and UlceM tion r placements B4 jnsei quent Spir Weakness and is pecnir V arts adap fr thw CZuuiflft of Lifetvi11suiCl iCk1i1CbaaIthns t r eases of FtmaiW forcte1tdissolyesaa4xpels 6development TIia Bearinrabwa Fugusing pain aeJsrhtc ina headache stantiy relievdau4atermanently cured by d st fe ihtsateznkraiIySuppressed QT Painful Pferiodv lu n 1ndigeatIonBloatg rQ encahDebUty Alo DIzzMasFa1Aaa ti tzanc1ehingexcjt bility irntabtli r ncnrousneas sleepsscess flatiilemwy neiiinpholy or theblues and aremre indicatloosofTdzt Veakpcss some derangement 1o- rKIIny 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r- ivi6 I 4PIt kr I exptcttpVnte 1IcIe aid abthiBdLat U ai LPeyoCarUse vre guc 1 e MliMC Snitr4Tuesday r Hi4eTHowelI Everett Daniel uEwt and Shankland Piper of I Carlfilc were visitors here Sua Mto Catherine Spence Herrlolt 1 Ut Sterling visited little MLES et Ji1e Jady Katliff from Friday atl1 Meday i jMMivA Withers of Louisville visited kte parents Mr and Mrs i4 WiA Withers from last Friday twtUTacfiday t Mr aad Mrs A T Moffett ateb 4 daagktar Alberta of near 5or berg were of relatives he re the irit fOI weeksi Pi1 chlldreoItk1Msday s 1 llatlfrw Is uldetaedtcal treat Mat at ladiaaapolis ltdPi W T and Lee Clarke left Tife k fer Qlbboa OoTaftervislt 141St seretal weeks here to their pa rtlltIMranel Mrs Jattfes S L Clarke a Itaof Mt Eden i z towMcocMiaty WM ktrcTaasday i4sria cMiei Wake ar tht JjjPU Mtkfied With tkla ffaee ie4 will ceker tQpra4O kW1snff fll ic riinds here have received inyl tM ItMrT l MlM Mark Barr both of New tke weddiag to take place w i1IeItry 26 Mr EI haviIig ar town several times iIP a r p RELIGIOUS4 fsVHitW tie Presbyterian Jt bb th morning and ttierIiJaiwUl Ky to coitrlbute to the Foreign MlMlMwerk 1IkJItJa JadM JJ eI IiLof Flat Creak were at31c2 4 DIED AK MMral years of feeble tiatjtett iBck Mferiag for the katJbwjMoths Mr George W r l 1131MfS died at the kei JijW dughter Irs M J thy Ja MIller3burg M qa t M1 cr70htomlTIt bk Is tpoty May 15 1833 aDd WM vaifaicl ikmarriasc witb Miss rjp f p t r ii b i a f af t r I t a I 1Ir e c Lt 4 I eS IS 0 t l v r Y VV vc V VVX SS V a V f lV tJ 4 i tf i ro Jht A S ttt i To i I c 10t I J f t p t st t t t1t t I ts 01 r r tllIa f L a 17 5i 5It Jt t oJ rfJOt R j b j heritsiteI IecSf r 5 the unseen i ii as a virr 10 I LiotSlr 1Vntt1zigTeetI t 4t Wntbuows Soorniso Jldrcn teething It soothes ftens the puma allays alt I I rind colic and is the best Diarrhoea Twentyfive t ecuio ers have txen busy tbMI preparing tobacco omeet you Polly Peck isberof our citizen cre tgraad jury rt Owingt lwrkI JPciki ThcfCol Robert G Stoberbter yB Ci will meet with Mrs F S Allen tomorrow aftt noon at 3 oclock RatHff Knight ca ry a fun line of Hoes Rakes c rdiarm tools McCall patterns end fashion sheets for March at Chas A B srowns7 WillIam Gay sold to Omar M RatUff 6 acres of land on Bald Eagle for 400 and bought of G JBramblett Jr 8 acres for SSoo Everything in the canned goods line of very best quality at Ratliff KnightsoThe case of the Crown rilll Cem tery Directors in raising the rent f G W Mclntyre is postponed for next issue We havent the nor time this week The town taxes now being cot lected by me are for the year 19c 4 JulyPeoplepellcd to levy and sell at once W R Humphries Collector Pressljsou of Salt 1ck this paffets has just received his appointment as United States Mar shal for the next four years this making the third consecutive time that he has received the appoint ment Still in the Lead specialBuggyaSa Jailor Charles T Wilson has1 brought suit in the Montgomery Circuit Court against CW Har ris1 Mayor of Mt Sterling for 1001 damages for false arrest Tire Mayor swore out awarrant for pluolIDquitted claiming accident and the suit is the result A Dollar Stretcher Thats what Ratliff Knights 5 and locent counter is Think out 10 or 20 useful articles for 100 as LT Hovermale Jude Osbon and C D Swim are leasing ttacts of oil land in Menifee county and plugCOm1Sloythatis Menifee county field to Owlags yUle and possibly from reto ytthls town and Carlisle lF A complete rtnlntofTiDo ware uamelware Queensware Glassware and many other useful household goods at Ratliff fc Knights 5 and iocent counter t eijt f1 e TJ 6 0TJttiMI f EJ Ji f = J r pa I I a II 4a t t i i t f 1 r I t f o e 1 7rl J f i tia J it u dlv 3iSt It 1 l t 1a i r i i r I p rw t y r 1 a is 54 rI 4 1 4 I f a r there in4ctI uays In hrs obar e also instiuctedgrandjl1ryof the local option lawa ThlsactloD was the result of a peti n published in the Owlngsvllle slgDedbyance League stating that the local option law was being violated and asking that the Circuit Court and county and town officers search out d punish the violators The la es who signed the petition are rs AW Bascom Mrs John Scott Mrs Howard Cudgel Its S May Diugherty and Miss L thai a Daughertj The ladles oppress their desire and eagerness to pIpear before the grand ct d give all the information in IhslV pos 1 session r Tfie caZLLjames Sterns white a colored pbtoldl1dtr b pied5oaxidBurns75John yrith the murder of William Mullen was tried Wednesday as to bis sanity and the jurydeclared the he was ane His trial forfhe murder was then entered upon The School Election The election held here Tuesday jia the question of establishing a taded common school in this dis rict resulted in a vote slightly eater than three to one in favor nlhe proposition The vote was as follows For 101 Against 33 Majority for 68 It will thus be seen that two more than a three to one vote was cast in favor of the graded school followlogtrustees position receiving the following vote Walller Sharp ioo 103JohnRobert L Sharp ioo T Clyde Nelson i 100 Robert A Atkinsonii 30 quietlybutSheriff C S Ratliff came over from Owingsvllle and held the election the polls being open from 6 am until 4p m James Me Cue was judge of the election and Bin T Wright was clerk precedliheig t he following inscriptions were strung across Main street arid tacked on the sides of buildings Free graded school not too good for us regardleseEiucatlou makes the home happy Hurrah for free graded school uS not equal to education Vote for free graded school uLet everybody learn to read and write Save your children from igno ranceSyourchlldrenA tax of fifty cents on each ioo worth of property and a poll tax of r50 on each white male citizen of voting age may now be collected annually forthe maintenance of the Ecbool and for repairing the old building or building anew one ngtheyears a new 8000 school build lug can be erected and the proper t C F i i1tJ1 I I t a i JT It 7 f 3i5t 1i I jip a q r tt1r Ii41 2t J tift tlJt r r Jf q I 3 a y I r r t 0la We be Ve to be so In this c MothersI children tleothgitBeiri IBlgaitoro of Use For Orcr 3O YwraJ- Iba Kind You HT8 Ahrajs Bought i Shots Exchanged Tuesdqy night a crowd of men and boys equipped with diums horns tin pans and other paraphernalia for making a noise formed and began a parade over town The object we presume was to celebrate the graded choot victory and incidentally t e ade a few citizens They ceraniy made themselveaheard lfho e end of town to the other After Serenading ta number of citizens lawn t crcf marched to the rtsHince of W Rails at the nOlu e terffJ vf town While the r r the pike Inrfrout of Ratif resldca i hes appeare o u hiihit eraci a pistolInstaaUfi red from1 4eTd It wasre orted t1i RallifBuot directly t the cr t this he denies Iii an Int 2 the editor of this pap amittcd that he fired the first shot but said that tle shot upwards and duly with the intentlonof frlghtenlnj the crowd away as his wife was ill and was being frightened and made net vous by the noise the crowd was making He further says that members of the crowd cursed him and called him vile names There was no one at home at the time but Mr Rails and his wife No shots struck his house Returning to town the crowd somewhat angmentecT by pthsnO went out the Plat Creek pike and stopped in front of EibchB Rails s residence nearly a half mile south firedfromthehsponded with several shots A number of shots were fired Mr Rails thinks about twentyfive or thirty In an interview Mf Rails said guubywho was in an upstairs room in the ell of the house indthat Con scquently the shot could not b vei heeD aimed et the crowd that Enoch Stone had asked his per mission to fire out a hide window and he gave his consent thinking only to frighten the crowd One bullet from the crowd penetrated i T4lnch plank on the veranda and was flattened agalust the brick wall of the hottseMr Rails says It missed the wlndoWoi the family room by only seven inches This sptlnterfromagainst the window pane was what attracted Mr Rallss attention to the fact that his house was being made a target he 5aays He says only slxst10tswere fired from his house and those were from a gun by Enoch Stone The house is about 125 yards from the pike Robert Stone another grandson had left the house and gone towards the pike to see the crowd when the firing began and he took shelter behind a tree He says the bullets whizzed thru the air not far from him One bulletI of 38 caliber was picked front of the house Members of the crowd say that they were fired upon first and shot in self defense that the bullets whizzed close to their heads and that three or more were shooting that the first two shots came the front of the house that at from1 three or four volleys or about to twelve shots came from house and that the crowds shot only followed those from the house 1 i f ii4f lt y j oi t fittft If i JrA iI j t c 1 r j sI i 4 a I i1 1 11 a I f j I i tl 7 4tt I I v 4 t q r jJ1 p fto+ I t t w4 sI 4S J f k1itt 1 Iit t r ffI v yd A ir rio 91yn +r itfI j J r tI i I 1i fJi J 6I 5 4 ft SI1ic1 t 44I I t4 i f 4 Jl t r J r J t 5j4Ia f s o Jf ti IA f iq j L 44S tI4 II 1 o a Z of 11Y1Aji1 f1 r ty t t 4 SslPa a At 1 J i4b I t 54 JI VWe i O icounts now li io r yr ttrons who are J d Oti promptly as of t i YearnDdoural during 1- 95Sharpsbi s Ji titft crocket j iJ 1r r Are headquarters for all kin il fI lr iBIacksmithih 1 work Carrag f Jtjing Repairing E Horseshocing a Specialty o S J8GlI ArLEN Pr sldentI s w B LINDSAY Bookkeepe EYchangeBQnl ofS J40Years OfCotitltm1U8 We inw the peo4er Jow n 1 ties wHo have given usYOUI the w JJL- ncea of same and we extend 8niIDvit to all tknie who have ao I yet opened an account with usto can and see us Either Member the firm will answer any question at any time pertalulug to the essn Qthfs Bink Rcyuoldsvillo Gould Clark has pneumonia Te Vcr MissZra Lester who has bee sick with la grippe is better William McNab ylsltecT W E Kerns at E tst Union Sunday David Whaley of Wnlfe Oak spent Thursday with G B By- dDJK Wells of ier Wir hester was a guest Ofilas Corv bin Tuesday night Miss Katie Bayd spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Attim ia Cobln near Sherburne Mark Djnaldon spent Friday with his mother Mrs Malinda Heath neat guarpsburg grRnddaughterCreek spent Sunday and Monday- v ihlMrs Gould Clark fofCorbtbsfarmof James Richart Bethel Mrs Car WilIUms improving James Emmcas moved to Ow tngsville thisVce- kI O VanAredale was iu Mr Sterling Thur dd y Mrs Amy Vice of Ellisville is visiting her sister Mrs Henderson Qutt a number ntended court from here Mondaj i t Mt Sterling Sharpsburg eatsIWill Baird and Ollje Arrasmitb were in Mlllersburg on business this week Gad to report Suiiei Clinkln Beard better after a severe spell with hex ibroat Mrs Lee Van ArsdaTe spent the week visiting friends and relatives In Mt Stefltiig Miss Ltda Couglll returned to her home near Spencer after a stay of several mouths here Honoioj1 Primary Depart ment ri yrMary B Balrd Mattie JudBotts Stella F Crouch Teacher Virginia Van Arsd ale rr A- ffif jSj jax 1S t tt f r Public Sale Iatl 6fter at public sale on TUHSDAY FElt 27 1906 Atm pace cue mile northwest ofShnrpshurg on the Sbarpsburg otid Eut Union pike beginning at 0 oclock a m the following property tqwlt i good work horse i good work mare 3 milch cows one will be fresh lu about 20 days i sow and 9 pIp i two horse wagon i sled i buRY i set of buggy haraess 3 sets of work gears plows harrow and other farming implements Lot of bacon and lard aboat five dc zen hens household and kite en furniture TERMS All sums under 10 cash over that on A credit of six mouths R L MYERS SherifFsSale for Taxes On Mondau Marcti 5 1906 The undersigned will ofier for sal at public outcry at the courthouse door in Owingsville Ky to secure the payment of taxes the property named below Two dollars will be added to each amount to cover expeafe of advertising SHARPSBURG COLORED LIST Crooks Millie house an- dlotlnSbarpsburgr 15 Champ Miller house and lot in Sharpsburg 3 20 Davis Jerry house aad lot 495Henry 75Henryjoining Jesse Henry x 20 Jones Charlie one horse i 85 Lewis Andrew house and lot in Sharpsburg 2 20 Powers Thomas 2 acres ad joining Mrs Maggie Bell 3 95 SBTH Borrs S B C At Lexing on February 15 there was born to Mr and Mrs Hop Lee Kwong the first Chinese baby to be born in Lexington TJC mother is not yet fifteen years old tryAbrams HopLeeducted a laundry in Mayivllle I 5 a J a 5 S t2 I11 t Is j q a fy f e j y II 4 Ie e t iC of io S t p y i A I r I o a tIJ a tj I a i a t 4 J ISrP 1 l rr o t r + 1 AI 0 T u Ir4 J Pd W51 5 jt l 4- rHF J ii J l S- I4kPct tf5 JoJo II IS jtprIces Reason fi6fS AreYoulnsuTIf Not Why Not Ii ftiJaDdJrQt at t 4ysmouldering heap of ruins or kkl ered to pieces and blown into tkt next county by the relentless stem demon There is but one safe salwise thlD 3a1nsurFire Lightning Wind StOrms I fand Tornadoes And one cannot more safely 4i this than in Th6 HOrn8InSUranG6GO New York Rates very reasonable 5 LEADAMSAgt tifBafc iL5 t ONE OF THE 4Leading Monument Compki In the country hasi revaile4ap m l tt rhandt We have seen and the prIceI jcertainly suit you Write oph him at Sharpsburg t I4I 7a= a- I PILE Jilt iC Otrf1 SAMli BUUntIK UJ Ia data Ut IbaI55 lMkfr TrftI TWyJ hMln DrH KeUin Clwbb rrIjus Kwi IS ca Ma i IT DnBlM allTluTUt For sate by O Peten I V Cal for Free lapIe 5 j kIt MW9Ic I IjII i41s o y t r i j tf C t 4or a p II oN 1