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Surveyor Office in Court vvhouee Juno Ij CLOIIHO OCT SUEThe good belonging to JohnW Marklund are i h being sold at less then cost at hotel i BudBrothor is receiving a car Jond of Elwood Plain and Barbed wire fence which he is offering ut the lowest ruling priceaMWiUiamQUon flRed 3J was ad Jadged insane before Judge Lane Tuesduyafternbon and ordered tn tn tJtlie Lexngtorn A ylutnlKOR SALE Purebred SUbrown ieghfir heHvyJnyfog strain cgijn 30 for SI B W COVLE Owinga t i II i Ky 35 ItI I Rn2 I9O5Mis Lirzio Browning1th lIlIlLlintaHarpert Gee Ed Heigutann Maria Stone Rojefgh WhaleyPer 1tJIItA1l1rtlner r above letter please A IIAR3CIPM I ft or TjANucLWe hereby xrtsito Uje pebplerOdesu who 3 Wre 1 todto iiir Daughter and w t it Magrn CdrPealcr dotnJng ierillne that endtd u4 11 4It warmest grHtUude fur their v kindly fflinietrulloim ihnlIever hold theiM in gittiJ cenmuhrnnce IYif prkisuaS4lLtek4fghttIre nut WHspat uc- V i Oa Wedaejday morning of last 1i ekthe UtiIlNlIt the lacking I van RailwayCo ul Suit Lick jr caught 8rtv anil burned dawn l lir1yudlllttlhl cash btlongt ing to Elliott Kartick Eere con F auii Kv rytjiing elec was saved o THE URWKiTrcir LAW John Tincher aad family are heartily weleoHed to IOWB citizenship Johnla iaquired what tlffle a town tgitted to rise in the mrrningF Hehad at MIHpto gatupbeforaIuclock and if keilsOiconer he does BO at his peril MABRIASE AMSODSCEMENT Mr j astMraJEPaItskLIIannnunel tkerriagLifl their daughtor c iJ ZlizabetN Gattwood to Mr B ugh MegBUr Tk wedding will take plage IjiAprjl Winchester Demqst prajt HiN GsitakIlIisa sister of Ms JasUftaptoa a d has risked hire f rretttl1wklre she is nuch au resides f FrslicythSTBJCHKftiH Mr Johnson l BtoM aiiil II M Myrtle Hefliii wet0A fried by Rev Hatchet of Win eljster Rt the hose of the brides paresis at Parsers Mr James r BurM RdtMiH Sarah Reed wer the iatteiilait AUr the ceretBo- nh they r turaVi to the bridegroomt heasdpsrtnok Die c upf r k The foregoisg itera was sent byaU n We are not acquainted with the parties but WIth them good IujtheIr matrimonial II eR B Awif OBDSSAXE ECKi mbrell ij aa jiane rreports the tale atDavid Baffcferslt H r lowerSlate bridge Vfar3 ts follows Farming uten about as usual corn in fro erib t266 per barrel erasll bunch 0 ctf hyose red cow ii 1onJ UDlli19to12abadIsaw and 8evei 24 oneaowI iesy e P JttUSRI shoatsf 5 05 kec1 ether tbiags brought alt tiey were werth MrBashtordhtIfeharwred car tc itIa d FOB A SpRilta SigTThe best is r klwaysj the ehefipest Have your epiaig eletblag aade by Wanna Ze ikeck Bt0WR0f Philadelphia sad you will beluroftbe best JtHuaed of Mnples for suits piiste faflcyTestiafld spring over eaead M prices are reason Vfc Call udletetakeyour ear tadhave the garments 1 mdet p fyou desire and they 3 shalibe tiffactory in every way fr ae uJe J 101 Igut for he above reliaWerchaiivtaIlore JJZESILON I b i rlj S Sit iii i r s l rP J hrt i t 0 i4 t f4 t i oc i f ttrr60t f r Jt 4J r t 1 i1 iJ i 0 PERSONAL Dr C W Tanner or Mt Sterling was here Friday Mrs Eugene Mlnllian returned Suturduy from Cincinnati Judge and Mrs N Reid Patterson were in Lexington IIst week l1tStorllngIIIWoodson McCord of Winchester win here week bUBinebs brClarenceof kiSquireto be out again from his Hhicss the st week MrsDora Cook of Louisa wits hero lust week with her sister Mra J A Barnes e 80turnedund Frankfort CJaaonhis office Monday alter a weeks ill ness with a cold Charley Ratliff of Mt Sterling was the guest ot his brother Cube sotno days thu pllstweek- SlmpslIeClaln of near Sharps burg moved through Monday to the Wmte Sulphur neighborhood Miss Edna GultuklU has returned ho Mmelief slater Mrs Jesse Hampton j Glenn Perry and Sherman Good f paster wore in Lexington Monday night to see Julia Marlowes play SIrs John Cnrmichnel and cTTrul ren of Louisville are guests of the formers luther Wm Moore tCHooaI Run acMrsdaughter Julia Gardner went to Mt erling Friday to visit her mother rs Mary R Samuels Mrs A NCrooks and little daugh luShnrpsburgMr and Mrs E I Suunders Judge N R Patterson and Kmniet Fratman and WitH muvtd HopkillSlaoXleotedhtmevisit hi Mr and Mrs oll at Robertsvllle 3 0 Johnson M Atohiaan will remove propertonHighByron They nre cordially wolcom ed back to town inFishBratticre w mAhofeounty fur years Bud Brother Tile Elwood woven wfrufencc lo II turflcllcken8pIgB and cattle tis as tiN Uli pF1veuslunrttj1 r good lance Bud Brotlu r ag quSaAKQTUEB Lur4IeIANDr J I aac t rL4kJ rIO f hx l01prlcudtliHnn to the citizenship MlDSiOiir WxDrnNoC1arnciM drs and of anRowanlrday niiclii ntiiiised the County n tlrk and Elder Rbert Campbell is IofficeDOUBLE WEDHIKG A double wedding crurrld lit the residence Elder IL URulltJ Wednesday of it week Elder Rss odlciaiing he contracting putties were W th rank June son of AlfxJonesand iss Livonia Warders daughter of nry Warders J George Daniel son of E Darnell deceudancSMUi Aubrey Warders tir aleery county The grooms are Iron Flat Creek section All nre well known in their locality We extend ngratulatinnRP and sisters removed from Mali eet to Ed Barnes house on Slate 0AvenuewMrsmoved to the house vacated by the S diJohne county farm to the residence bought pr AM Denton on Slate venuedone o CoyleSUflohn r removed from SelL Lick to thel r formvr home ph upper Prickly Ash rs Manley still owns the place he deal with Riley Chandler fell t t 1itlek J 1ohnAvenue a SToLiKMotitf Ex Sheriff Wood son McCprd of Winchester was here Friday on the hunt of n mule btolen from the father of Jeise B HauiptonoofPrestoh The par ty who stole the mule is in jail in learnedthatby Ed Jones and Mr Prattandc shipped to North Carolina Winchester Ky March 3ESpecial to The HerahiW T Pace is in jail on two charges of horse Mealing was this morning charged with a third offense the theft of a mute belonging to MrD Bo Hampton of this county which I t is alleged PlOtlltoleandcarrledt- oOwtngniI1e and there sold it ExSheriif McCord went to Owings yUle and wor edup the case returning this morning with R L Wells of that place who identified Pace who sold the mule there This mule had been sold and taken to the South but from the de clip tion of the one sold Hamptdn be lieves it tobe the one he lost Pace has wavedexImining trial anil is Iin jail to await the action rthe grand jury beingunable jo jive baiL i t i J f i 4 4 FuiT rUEERSeo the spring ad or Hillenaieyer ut Son the noted Bluegrass nurserymen If you want thu full worth for your money and the ndrioe of one of the raTiet capable nurserymen in America deal with Hillonmeycr TUB WKATUKR The big snow drifts of Monday night of lust wedtlasted for a few days The weather was pleasant and the sun shorn ight for some dnys lust week hut sprinkledundty There has been a promise this week of fair weather moon CAREY DEAD ExCounty Judge James Carey of Morehead died the past week Ho was aged years He was a Captain in the th Ky Regiment commanded by ol J S Hurt in the Civil warHe was Judge of Rowan county and was the was joJudgeCarey was a sonin law of Major Mat Brain a former prominent citizen of Farmers LAND SALES The usual activity in real estate about the first nf troll is manifest this yearAmong the sales reported arearRobert Berry sold 100 acres in IildEaglenelghborhoodnt 100 per acre to Enoch ClllrkJobli Berry and Mrs Annie SaundersoJohn E Jones bought of James El Powers near Reynuldsvillu 70 rflresSamUrl Manley bought of Silas Corbin near Keynoldsville 50 acres f9t2200 J M Richart sold to Silas Cur bin near Reynoldsville 75 acres for 3000 to James Corbin two tracts or 69 and 23 acres fur 2000 Nunloy Kverman bought of Mar shal and John WStone 55 acres on upper Prickly Ash for 2000 Mrs Elizii Doggett sold tnjames Corhin a tract near Ifcynoldeville for 700 L Goodpaser and R S Cross sold 29 acres of tlio 30 aero tract recently bought of Jacob Kincuid to Chas Horseman for 1400 one acre nearly ojposito W wUllt1Thus McCarty for 200 McCur huB built u house on his lot aodI veit into it Robert Nixon has liou ht a JeitI fur 200 nf JT iegCLt IUrmiolluLJneenuiL LocieviLLE TOUACCO MARKET turday Evening Jlwrcl 3FLit leuf tpbarcu market continues IIi lt1Ilonj time JJuspld stocks f oth Burley lilt durk are very lnwThere q iluu Uark tobicci in tills market d in other surrounding innrketft watlong time and the demand for it respnnviBlo for the tiling quota tanswecommon and medium grades are prsctscaltyunchnngedth little coorbut were of fair quality I good man i we jureand red leaf were hu thttin feColiiry smokers were firm as were tuo common trashes All bright grades were in good request and red tips antI common red lout were firm to unchanged row changes ere noted on old Burley offerings rices wore firm for lugs and bright grades but offerings were light The nOw dark consisted mainly aircured types The trerlngiI ere email and the quality only a ir Good lugs and short led were te up about iclnd common and meI Ghortprices of the season and liltre andlingstyles were in requestOld i CfferingsThe total sales of tobacco in the Louisville market during the put eek amounted to 4350 hogs leads 3868 auction sales and 482 rlvate This shows a decrease ompeared with tho same week in 005 when the gales totaled 4697 hogsheads For the same week of 904 the total was 3327 hogsheads nd in 1903 3639 hogsheads From lunuary 1 to date the totul sales have beec 45193 hogsheads which s a handsome increase over the same period of 1905 when sales were 31848 During the same period of lflQ4fhe total gules were 24339 hogabeads and inHflOB 35V 138 Of the past weeks sales 8533 jogsheads were Burley and 81 7 daikohcrops 059 and 1905 crop 3691 Since January 1 Burley tlt33310hogBheadsanddark the same period of 1905 Burley sole to the extent of 25091 hogsheads and dark 6759 j in 1904 Burley 7519and dark 6820 and in 1903 Burley 28888 dark 6260 Rejec ions for the past week were 521 hogsheads compared with 563 for the same week in 1905 and 345 in 1901 Rejections since Janu ary 1 amount to5080 hotheads compared with 3629 for the same period a year ago and 2969 in 1903 During the week receipts were 3474 hogsheads During the dome week in 1905 they were 4 138 hogsheads and in lOOt 2860 Receipts to date from January 1 total 38589 hogsheads against 37 794 for like d of 1905 and 19995 io 1904lCourierJourDah t 14 1 r IL1f I JurYlhttttried0 on the charge uf incendjiinsni- C Manchester disagreed IlLs wife t chinrgnheiI GIVES HlUBELF AwnrtttuAJ- ohnsllnYo honnh am 1 sheeted o tell do truth nlyJartRutus yo had bettnh go ahead en sen tence we lust A WONDER Mr Bodawitz of o1orhantwjiic d in the pages of history as the only oymeetSpates when it was the eUlfyand natural thing to do AlrRodawjiz went to Washington to file charges against an applicant for a Fedirnl knockingoutisWhite House Secretary Loeb asfked him if he would not like to seethe resident Mr lindawltz looked at lila watch and replied It is now 12 oclock and 1 have an jjp Intound in tho morning asked SIC hilibrenLhVetuonInMrBolllwlizcuriosity to abe tho President aiifi no asopL to believe that the Presht iit wanted to see hluiHrtfordCoinPost WISE OR OTIIERWIPK Slander tr complimentsEmpty useless information Dont forget that a flatterer kl wuys has an ax to grind i Blissfulness of ignorance is re fipnnsible for many a blister Very often the footrace is to the man with the best head at nhljbleflutteryA man with a new watch isiul ways anxious to consult it All months took alike to a n hn w UAnany higher than the other kind Three in a game of love cunfct lit more interesting than satisfacti ry iillJsefl of IIH SPXIIVotbi1W Wdollar looks ufpciuu lv Ukuta iltirehPN Ttia Jtv i rlncIm tchof recruits from the infant cl ns iuiut5unlay schoOl In 111 Illignn towi stemed hopelessly in a patK if remtmhf ring the implIt UeatiInP in it caiirrw inhielias the n cQftheS Imits the teacher Vnied tha ajd jiti highlyree sons bearing the requlejte n Apostolic natuep So the teacher uid brightly Now boys if you st think of the names of the threnlder DanhofTioys remember nnwtoe three oldest onellYOIl cu t disclpieOisu perintendent quizzed each elites in M frissLewiec cohpeamountain The answer was nIunanimous response All the Daruw hot boys but HunkExcANECDOTE OF GENERAL JRECKIN1 lindEMrA Southern Girl of 61 tells nE m sing anecdote of Gen Breokia ridge who won great fame in tic ivil War When be w sln Lou onhe was much sought after asa celebrity and other elnvttationatiounteas1Itvertlsed reachedtlfeIa indpresfnco without being announced The was June 1 to tbet h feattherewasa subdued light Lady advancingGenerlsaid o ence from your last place Thjs General took in the situation inrstantly andannounced respectful ly Yes my Lady What wan your tion ques1VohI prestidentand Secretary of War of the Con federate States of America Lexl ington HeraWtThe women o n man never gts so hungry that he doe not demand piece of green weed ora flower to garnish bis meat I It is all right of course for you to admit your meanness to yourself hut you aro not what they call t tItotbEf8When a father expresses himoelC as knowing more than his Son of2 StoutwardlyjSUNFLOWER lists become of the marriage certtfl cate that hung on the parlor wallVi Bury your conscience and jut at the time you think you have U safely covered it wiggles tb tbsr ItY lV i iish 4 7 JtftJa L 1iFENCEBuyyourjoint the good galvanizing the exactly proportioned quality of steel that is not too bard nor too meritsandsuperiorityour pricesIattheBARBED WIRE AND NkILS bought before the late advance You get the advantage Oliver HillsidePlowsWe can save twithstandingbig Big stock flitchell Wagons All sizes Every one guaranteed Special 10 Cent Glass and Queensware Sale Every E L ByronGwingsvHIe Lf u iMo say that in the great econn midIf nature nothing is vlIstdI ut about curly heir on the head it man 7 When two men talk learnedly each i engaged in trying very hard In keep the other froth finding out how much hs doesnt know If you tuFt past 50 you mire hav In g good enough luck Iryoucltll OflIIiiig up in the dictionary und get us far risthr efeet nwuy ith the knowledge still in your ead Atcliitnn Glnbt I nhoArc1J1 V ot11of V paulihgtoiD ear Wife You tell me that the p b thoysUe I will not to rtJconi uneisitest Point and Annupnlis when it mea time for me t fall heir to at perquisite of a Congressman am afraid I am going to disap oint a good many of my most worthy constituents when I returnfome for 1 have had so aiany attered and so many of my old w bttbkind upset or disarranged byyew View point that have y opinions very radically about the ilecirabilitj of an olllcial or public life fur a young man As a boy and young man 1 want cd to go into the army to graduate om West Point and wear my tintrys uniform with my life to her service in time ofT Gayfrom reading history cud from imbibing glamour ot army fe 1 have come to take a differ nt view after a close look at thoI army from a Washington stand p ointtp m Tothersytuatedieni to stay on the farm learn some trade or profession or to fol low any other honorable calling rather than try fur opppointment in either tho army or the navy If thought there was any prospect for active service for them or was assured that after they graduated rom the academy and got their commissions would bo I1sl n nuttern barracks and kept away from Washington I would not feele anxious in arguing against their plans I can think of no fate mot pitiable for them then to he com nrtSsloned and sent through tilt Washington mill There aro several thousands I these officers attached in one WilY or another on the pay roll in Wash ington and their position is most popular Big fine manly fellows educated llled with rich red blood and equipped for vigorous service they are detailed here to act aa flunkies for officialdom escort distinguished visitors turn out for funerals and parades and act rot all the world like a lot of head ushers They are stationed at the War Department at the White House at the barracks the navy yardand elsewhere ready to make daring dashes at the sound of the society bugle into church wedding receptions for foreign dignitaries inIdicated by their superiors the men in ofQcial rank who pay more at dortolightly Otf my ladys bambor to I the lascivious pleasing of a lute 4I Jfrf1 Do not understand me I pre sume a majority of the officers PO assigned like it In fact the greatest pressure iaulways being brought to bear to secure Washington as signments for young officers The army wing of the social life is most important and the tendency of the military education is apparently directed to equipping young uin to shine in a social way Which reminds me that n board of ditiinguishod army ollkers re c ntly spent tw months in a de b ate art to whether the stripes on ha 1f4I o t1cfantit should be robins ugg or nine other shade The momentous question was finally carried up to e Secretary of War forhis decis Those are the things hun- tnkca plain American cltizpnwunt to hold his nose There boards are always in session deciding or dig- us8ingc some question like that and they adjourn about 3 oclock each liYln urder that the members oft may get their buttons pnlubcd or the pink tea doings in tho ever ing The worst feature of tills wholo is that it makes a pauper beggar or a dead beat out of the oting oltic rs who dos not have- na income aside from his pay The government is reasonably generous in the payment of tho officers of the army und navy hut no one under the rank ofII mnjor general can ftlTijrd to go the Washington pace without mortgaging his future drawing upon other resources his is so well known here that en Corbin in an official way re- ommended that the young oUlcers of the army be prohibited from getting married unless they hud other incomes than their army Pit per In other wordsho suggested that who were not rich in their own right should hunt rich wives hat chape is on all the time The officer who gets the taste of Washington lifo ia louth to leave it and promptly begins hiscampaign A rich wife means to him influen tial friends retention in Washington on detached duty and final promotion even at the cost of be owing utterly worthless as a soldier the purpose for which the government educated him The Lindsay and Burton boys do ot have money sufficient to keep up that puce They would be forced to join in the scramble fur recognition social prominence and all thatand eventually become just 08 nutubypumby the rest of the ambitious but poor army todlcers that you butt into every time you turn a cornet in Washington It would be the greatest misfortune in my opinion that could befall them and I um not going to try to secure the appointments for them I used to declare that I would wear no other uniform than that of my country Today I believeloyul the611gIan elevatdr conductor than be poor and compelled totake up the duties of an army officer in Washington There is a reason of course for this butterfly existence led by army officials in Washington Law and precedent have established a routine through which the officer must go and In times of peace it is an awful tRek for them to find some thing to keep them from dying of dry rot Questions that a business mar would dispose of at a moments no thee become matters of great moment when submitted to the army officials The matter ie referred kA ottl i rZ 1 1f7 c ifEUGENE MINIHAN 1k r Makes the best Y sr HAND MADE SADDLES and MH KMcT of sill kinds time Wagon Brtcehlnjr Cwek Lnon unrl fluid rlfifi aw 1nstillIh years tin tUttlIInt4fyuu giut tin lipst cliilfrd plnv mulo hive plain 0 cnrtttntdiointsntfd PIiund at a 1I fInitl yours for the best gOIHls at a ow prfc i I EUGENE H1INIHAN T fIlEiEI RACKET STORE Sells you more for the sanic Everything sold at th lowest cash price 4 ilozen Clothes Pins Sc 3 gut Ash Churns 76c Bread Board 2De Wood Bread Bowls1 30 JOo Floor Mops S 2cCotton Rope loot icShoe Tacks paper 20 Lanterns 44c Lantern Globes Sc Webb Halters 1- 5Chisels25ePipe Wrenches 750 Horse Brushes 45 211 lOc i 1 AWhltcJhirrBX 3 jCurtllf CASH PAID FOREGGSJfJt W lW v JLTOVESiDAre B1po grey lion a d no cap smooth kept clean and do not warp or crack Jewel Ipure of excellence you expect in the product of rlargest stove plant are mounted and and have Full Size Ovens iisI fitted with ttrone tee wire ove easily and easily cleaned Oven tops are carefully cemented and fitted tight at all joints twopiece oven bottom allow fur and contraction and does not warp but remains Sat no matter bow lone In use Oven doors are properly lined an1 have no rough edges collect dirt or grease Fire Boxes are correctly and hold fire over eight oval shaped no dead corners lilted with heavy durable tlnlnn Jewel Include many original and exclusive Ideas and are In the moat complete line oftlzei ever offered Imade the American housewife Under the Jewel Trade Mark wilt find exactly what you want the price you can afford pay fcnd you buy a Jewel you take chances LmkfwUiIMenrUatla be warts L1CaUaEd Ioa at utorw of II t IE A OwfGSVir i from one division to the papers in the case look like the record of u lost pncknge which the express company iiui teen chasing for several years Then this goes to a board uminlly composed of rollerdcek heroes who have seen service that is tryingon the trnus crs They meet ut 10 a mnnd adjourn ut 11 for two hours luncheon and then adjourn furthedayI ul oclock After a couple of weeks they get to point of reVrrinj the mutter to some other hoard nr secretary of something or other and then tike a few weeks until the papers get buck to them eo they can start nil over again The idea of taking the matter up and disposing of it in a way never occurs to them or if jt duet is promptly rejected as con trary to precedent Besides thltti- C the pending mutter WHS promptly settled the officers would have noth- Ing to do for Ii month n two andt might bump into some order send- Ing them to their regiments- So they keep up their routine year litter year becoming a little more convinced of their own im portance and little more nut of touch with affairs of the pulsing world until their nge limit ie reached and they go on the retired list making room for a new bunch who go through the same mill with the slime results My honest ndvice to the young man who wants to get into nrDY as a commissioned olllcerisdnnt Yours utFcctionately KENT HOWAUD M C 2 Lexington Lead- erPLANTS TREES Fur the of WOO the Blue GrIllS Nnrserus offer a full stock of fruit und ornapiontal greens shruhs strawberries grape vines small fruits rhubarb nspar ngus etc We employ no agents Strawberry and general catalogues on application IH FtfillenmeyerSonsl JJt t Io iz B h ii 44 Owfligsvi Ue 4 y F t fl I goods money Ladies Belts 525ofv Remnant Lace bunch fclQcVH Lathes Hand BapH SOoaLHdies FltnlY Cullurs 55C Tobacco cItsnd 2 i 2c Apron Ginjjhiinj yd4u s Shretlt cjrl 2r1 Dress Lilies vd Nets Line elf Ettsbr on g E Idthln nvstested analysed ironrStoves embody features practical carefully fitted racks handled expansion to proportioned stoves to at to rmcroberwhen no L T BYRON 1JICY ianother tint 3 the assistant vacation husineRS bnck VINES spring trecever tI SuXFJmvKU TiruogprnrT Tho average former Is afraid of two ti hip A vutqiui and a thntecard nioiite oman fo jThere are hits of peopl in the world who feel every time thoy part jAwith u dollar us though they vorcr having an operation prrf rinttl J 1LIt isa theory grot mcouvietibi that tho man whosnysiii jhexii tiling about another isnt ns mean as tlio who curries It f s t When n moo U naked tv holil ttiav baby ever notice It is iUlbfciiusohl i wlfo wants to rest but becatisd sm has eorno other work ho waiits to do j 1The maui who travvlspvArllionatlrv t behind you looks wisely tit your Ifootprints nnil seo where yon could have avoided inniiy a pitfall After a wonib n passes ii alt t Iw omphinientsshegets nboii ier i7ioK are fnni women who dont meAts hem und from drunken men Notice Is served oh story writeTB thnt time demanl of t hit tltnesIs a 1I0clso iiitercritlrf tli tlltvuinl rnadinir It whilSt wuhlng for herhus band to cuine homo forKftsCi look nt the clock 4 V Every woman thlnlyt that her liusJ band owesiit hoist thlp iniuiiit6 l tciety To speak tend rJy hyiieJrJvJitTi there IlJa visitor though iie Vcii linvnbeeu getting ready tob itc when the visitor nrrletLArtijsoii a Globe J fiv AUCTIONEER If you t nut the services of jin ft iio tloncer cull Oil me Verms readun able GEoRGE H GUDUELL 0 Z Odessa Kv The Outlook arid daij Louisville Post one year for 385I jIoJ fThe dailyLexingtpnHer aid and The Outlook o e year for4 d s tor u liL t vf C 0 M X J p Jr f c Ir t rxl r 7 St i i C t ti f f 1ci i J l J 4 r iIa 4 i fi J 1 Lt i L i f 1 t iikOwingsville Outlook I OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers KENTUCKYS suStemplating tho manufacture of maca roni in Canada on a large scale thSItSjt Journals It is called the RomaJI i has no railroads and prac b 4tlcally nor adl A mall service exists between Fez and the leading towns on la the coast such as Tangiers Tetuan Rabat Casablanca Mogador and Sam Representative Kahn ot California haa introduced In congress a bill provide for a worlds fair In San cisco in 1913 tho 400th anniversary of tho discovery of tho Pacific from tho American continentbThe exports of oleomargarin from the United States for tho 12 month t of show 355 L ficentexports of butter during tho same period show an Increase of only 177 per cent Tho news that the Belfast and Northern Counties railway of Ireland 4hasoffered free traveling for ton- I years to proprietors or tenants of new w bouses along Its line between Belfast and Lough Lame has been widely commented upon In the press 4kccording to Alnsworth R Spofford the aged and scholarly assistant II brarlan of congress the people of Ger many are the greatest writers of books iln the world Hebrought out this fact today 4nj little discussion of hooka and authors In which he said that tho taste for history at tho present tIme t amounts almost to a passion i There U a greater variety ot plant oti of the globes excepting of course that I lot which the Sunset State Is a part I One farm near the town of Fresno I county seat of Fresno county and In the center of the great Inland basin has on it nearly every known varlet tot treo j r The pope has Just received from I 1 California the largest tourmaline ever t found It Is a hugo crystal sever Inchea long by about five inches In ill j it iameter and weighs about 14000 kar F nearly eight pounds It is of a c Delicate pink color and Is worth thou dollars The gem was fount recently in the Mesa Grande mine in 11 8n Diego county California wheru = th Indians were the first gem miners j It Is perhaps not an overestimate ofthe value of the salt Industry in the state of Kansas to say that no ether Industry In the state has saved r the whole people jot the state as much money as the manufacture ot salt4 When Kansa salt was first put on the market 18 years ago eastern salt j waS 3 per barrel In 18 years thero been manufactured and consumed In Kansas alone approximately 3COO 000 barrels of salt It Is very con 4 prlcahaaE1barrel George Hearn of New York has r shown his public spirit and his appro p brthetan Museum of Art Coming from one of Americas foremost collectors Just t as the new management Is Installed z It Is a valuable expression of confi 2 dence and suggests that Sir Purdon Clarke is to be sustained in his laud able ambition tc make the art museum NttSvfreateit of UsJcind in the world although ws slaUnever rposscsa the tr great art treasures of Rome Florence Berlin Paris and Londont rrK The agencies of religion and reform Ia New Jersey are moving upon the 1 legislature of that state for the en j actment of stricter laws relative tot q 3 i the salo of liquor and also for a bet Iio i ter enforcement of the excise laws I r upon the statute books In this work 1 aSo It is said that the bills favored 1 oI by tbe clergy will close the saloons 41 o V 11 oclock every week night and t 5jy4 forbid reopening between that hour l r 4 i Saturday night and 6 oclocl Monday 4i t 4 morning Back rooms and vale of 1t o liquor to minors will be forbidden pa cJfTwenty words submitted to a spell 6SInSXlayman and it Is reported not ono In i the class correctly spelled every word o Only ten had average of over 90 per 4cent The words submitted were ac chlrogtBcendattt eccentric evnngescent 1 rceness felgnedly ghastliness 2 gnawed heiress hysterics embecllity Itt St1concelvable Inconvenience inciSe 5t r eat and Irresistible b Indian Territory Is a territory 1With very few Indians The five civ and the term civilized Isto be i Ilkrltaken literally here tribes Cbero aS 0 Semlnolescomprlse about 86000 I persons Only a spiall portion are full 1 t bloods the rest bjlng descendants of 4 ItheNegro anjnulatto slaves of the l f ra before 1865 mixed breed Indians Ii t yJti tYaHous shades of dilution up to distingUishedImen worn l t e who have been adopted Into the tt 7 it tribes I k amongtbeit point of population holds the sec fHIIIpJacelnJ9IlI among American rt according to the value of Itp 2exportL The government statistics I on exports aod Imports for 1905 givo tthevalue of the exports from the five Newotl 112642 New Orleans 144352 04 i BaltImore 103607435 Boston 93r r tLi W7887 Galvesloas imports for 1905 Jafcows aa lacraso1 600 pr ceat 1j4 fier 1t1 I c rF 4 i i oi t 1 iS4pIrr 4 f o t tiI f ft rP1 ki l 1t I 1 drI t1 T J L r t t to ll1 j it J S rr7Ifj = 1Jft tAP i 4f k h Ayirr t i ttPJ Tfl fJJJ ff fI J JI Under thesnRed Robeto BySTANUfrjWEYMAN I Copyright Wi by BunlerWejinm CHAPTER VI CONTINUED Tho innkeeper was not far behind him An Instant and ho was down too peering at the thing and for an in stant I thought that they would fight over it however though their Jeal ousy was ellI nt their excltemen cooled a little when they discovered that the scrap of stuff was empty for fortunately the pebblo hail fallen out of It Still It threw them into thchwonderful to witness They nosed the ground where It had lain they plucked np tho grass RId turf and passed It rough their flpgcrs they ran to and o like dogs on a trail and glancing askance at one another came back al ways together to tho point of departure Neither In his would suf fe borTho shockheaded man and I sat our horses and looked on ho marvelling and I pretending to marvel As the two searched up and down the path toth moved a little out of it to gives t shheirlet a second morsel under a maorsebusht siostances of the first discovery no sus plclon attached to me I ventured to nd the third and last scrap myself did not pick it up but I called the Innskeeper and ho pounced on it as I seen a hawk pounco on a chicken They hunted for the fourth morsel but of course In vain and in the end they desisted and fitted the three they had together but neither would let his own portion out of his hands and each looked at tho other across the spoil with eyen of suspicion It was 1stretchIngsnow was I say in that vast solitude to see these two mere dots on its bosom circling round one another in fierce forgetfulness of the outside world glaring and shirting their ground like cocks about to engage and wholly engrossed by three scraps of orangecolor invisible at paces At last tho innkeeper cried with an ath I rim going back This must be known down yonder Give me your pieces man and do you go with Antoine It will bo all right But CIon waving n scrap in either hand and thrusting his ghastly mask Into the otheris face shook his head in passionate denial He could not speak but he made it clear that if any ono went back with the news he was the man to gotfiercely We cannot leave Antoine to- go alone with him Give me the stuttIBut Clon would not Ho no thought of resigning tho credit of the discovery and I began to think that the two would really come to blows But there was an alternative and first one and then the other looked at me It was a moment of peril and I knew It My strntcgem might react on myself and the two to put an end to this dlmcultYLJlt e to put an end to anlijhowedwas so open t t Hs took no root They f Jcraln1e 1his gun and the i r his pistoTs o landlord scoldc dumb man gur gled At last her difference ended as I had hoped It would gobarjdAnd Antoine must see him on But yousivaClan took one pistol and gave It to the shockheaded The other patiently manIBut don grim smile and pointed to the arque buss By a sudden movement tho land lord snatched the pistol and averted CIons vengeance by placing both it and the gun In the shockheaded mans hands There he said addressing the latter now can you do If mono sleur tries to escape or turn back shoot him But four hours riding BlancaYousave no more to do with It Inthatand then at the wild track in front of us and he muttered an oath and said landlordpatience drew aside and talked to him petsuadehimwas settled Antoine came back ant csaieurthe I my UIhorseI manturnedthose we had left behind were doing apparentso much Jealously of these movements that I presently shrugged my shoulders again and desisted- I had racked my brains to bring about this state of things But etrange to say now I npd succeeded I hadhopedgot rid of my most dangerous antagonists but Antoine left to hlmsjlf proved to be as full of suspicion as an egg of meat He rode a little behind me with his gun across his saddlebow and a pistol near his hand and at time slightest pause on my part or if I turned to look at him he muttered his constant Forward Monsieur In a tone that warned me that his finger dlstanrelie hlmtoWhat was to be done The road presently reached the end of the valley nnd entered a narrow pineclad defile strewn with rocks and boulders over Put Rembrandt In the Shade saysltesame American artists but Jlo taU When asked to say more than this he tells a story to nhnw which kind he does not like Here It is It v1sat s mlntItwotheirvolto flnapitroval for anything Then it was Velasqunz He was wprs than d O r i r t 1 rwhich the torrent plunged and eddied with a deafening roar In front the gleam of waterfalls broke thfl mbre ranks of climbing trunks The owline lay less than half a mIle ay on either hand antI crowning lat the end of the pass as it seemed tho eye roso the pure white pillar of tho Pic du Midi shooting up COOO feet into tho blue of heaven Such a scene so suddenly disclosed was enough to drive the sense of danger from my mind nnd for R moment I reined In my horse But Forward Monsieur camo the grating order I fell to earth oprn and went on What was to bo done I was at my wits cud to know Tho man refused to talk refused to ride abreast of me would have no dismount ing no halting no communication at all Ho would have nothing but thin silent lonoly procession of two with the muzzle of his gun at my back And meanwhile wo wero fast climbing e pass We had left the others nn ournearly two Tho sun was de clining tho time I supposed about halfpast three If he would only let me come within reach of him Or If anything would fall out to take his attention When the pass presently widened Into a bare and dreary valley strewn with hugo ulders and with snow lying here and there In tho hollows I looked desper nt ely before mo and scanned even the vast snowflcldo that overhung us and stretched away to the base of tho Ice eak But I saw nothing No bear wung across tho path no Izard owed Itself on the cliffs Tho keen arp air cut our cheeks and warned o that wo were approaching tho sum lt of the ridge On all sides were lence and desolation Mon Dies And the ruffians ou whose mercies I was to be thrown might come to meet us They might ppear at any moment In my de pair I loosened my hat on my head a nd let the first gust carry it to tho FORWARD MONSIEUR round and then with an oath of an noyanco tossed my feet loose to go fter It But the rascal roared to mo o keep my seat Forward Monsieur he shouted brutally Go on But my hat I cried Mule ton nerres man I must Forward Monsieur or I shoot he replied Inexorably raising his gun Onetwo And I went on But oh I was wrathful That I Gil de Berault should be outwitted and led by tho nose like a ringed bull by this Gascon lout That I whom all Paris knew and feared if It did not love jne the terror of Zatons should come to my end In this dismal waste of snow and rock done to death by some pitiful sniuESlw = tiMI It must ait boT Surely In the last resort I could give an account of one man though his belt wero stuffed with pistols But how Only It seemed by open force My heart began to flutter as- I planned it and then grew steady again A hundred paces before us a gully or ravine on the left ran up Into the snowfield Opposite Its mouth a Jumble of stones and broken rocks covered the path I marked this for tho place The knave would need both his hands to hold up his nag over the stones and if I turned on him sud denly enough he might either drop his gun or fire it Tiarmlessly But in the meantime something happened as at the last moment things do happen While we were still 50 yards short of the place I found his horses nose creeping forward bit a lev el with my crupper and still advanc lag until I could see It out of the tall of my eye and my heart gave a great bound He was coming abreast of me be was going to deliver himself Into my hands To cover my excitement I began to whistle Hush he muttered fiercely his voice sounding strange and unnatural My first thought was that he was IIi and I turned to him But he only said again Hush Pass by here quiet ly MonsieurWhy asked mutinously curios ity getting the better of me For had I been wise I had taken no notice every second his horse was coming up with mine Its nose was level with my stirrup already Hush man he said again This time there was no mistake about the panic in his voice They call this the Devils Chapel God send us safe by atthosea finger which visibly shook gullstones stood three broken shafts raised on rude pedestals Well I said in a low VOC K The sun which was near setting flushed the great peak above to the color of blood but the valley was growing gray and each moment more dreary Well what of those I srId In spite of my peril and the excitement of the coming struggle I felt the chill of his rear Never had I seen so grim so desolate KJ Godforsaken a place Involuntari ly I shivered They were crosses he muttered whilehisterror The Cure de Cabas blessed the place and set them up But next morning they were as you see them now Come on Monsieur come on he continued plucking at my arm It PrayGod mIbrandthe was going to be Indorsed But it vas only partial Rembrandts all slick enoughsome times admitted one of the ladles But you Jes ought to see 1hefuicy sketch I did this mornln I swallowed my soup the vrong way and fled adds Mr Hardy NY Tithes TIOiilhOn Of the eminentleipsicjiirgeon pro I jf1 55 IHo had completely forgi that ho had unythli from me Ills gun dropped iWja- cross his saddle his leg rubbed I saw this and I changed my plan action As our horses reached theI stones I stooped as If to Ithesame time I backed my horse with all lDflmenUend of the gun anti my finger was orJ tho trigger Never was victory moro CAvUy gfalned- lie looked at mo between rage nnd terror li Jaw fallcii Arq you mad ho critxl bin tooth chattering as ho spoke Even In this strait his bieR left mo and wandered round In alan No sane I retorted fiercely hit I do not like this place any better titan you do Which was true enough If not quite true So by your right quick march I continued Im peratively Turn your horse try friend or take the consequuiiclS1 He turned like a lamb and hcailid down the valley again without fill lag a thought to his pistols I koit close to him and in less than a minute we had left the Devils Chapel well behind us and were moving down again as we hail come up Only now t held the gun When we hall gone half a mile or so until then I did not feel comfort able myself anti though I thanked heaven the place existed thanked heav on also that I was out of ItI bade him halt Take off your belt I said curtly anti throw It down But mark me If you tur 4 fire The spirit was quite gone out tit hli i Ho obeyed mechanically I Jumped down still covering him with the gut and picked up the belt pistols aid all Then I remounted and we went 03 Byandbye ho asked me sullenly wh it I was going to do Go back I said anti take tJo road to Auch when I rome to It It will be dark in an hour he alswered sulkily I know that I retorted We mut camp and do the best we can And as I said we did Time daylight held until wo gained the skirts of tho pinewood at the head of the pass Hero I chose a corner a little off tho track and wellshclterod from the wind and bade him light a fire I tethered the horses near this and within sight It remained only to sup I had piece of bread he had another and an onion We ate in silence slttltg on opposite sides of the fire But after supper I found myself In a dilemma I did not see how I was to sleep The ruddy light which gleam d on the knaves swart face and sinewy hands showed also his eyes blaclr sullen and watchful I knew that tlit man was plotting revenge that lit would not hesitate to plant his knits between my ribs should I give hill a chance I could find only one al ternative to remaining awake Hal- I been bloodyminded I should bars chosen it and solved the question at once and in my favor by shooting hi- mashesat But I have never ben a crueJman and I could not find It in my heart to do this The silence of the moun thin and the skywhich seemed a thing apart from the roar of the torrent and not to be broken by Itawed me The vastness of the solitude In which we sat the dark void above through which the stars kept shooting the black gulf below in which the unseen water boiled and surged the absence of other human company or other signs of human existence put such a face upon the deed that I gave up the thought of it with a shudder ant resigned myself Instead to watch through the night tho long cold Pyr neannight Presently he curled himself up like a dog and slept in tho blaze and then for a couple of hours I sat opposite him thinking It seemed years since I had seen Zatons oY thrown the dice The old life the old employments should I ever go back to themseemed dim and dis tant Would Cocheforet the forest and the mountain the gray chateau and Its mistress seem one day as dim And if one bit of life could fade so quickly at the unrolling of another and seem In a moment pale and color less would all life some day and some where and all the things weBut faugh I was growing foolish I sprang up and kicked the wood tog th er and taking up the gun began to pUca to and fro under the cliff Strange that a little moonlight a few stars a breath of solitude should carry a man back to childhood and childish things C S S It was three in the afternoon of the next day and the sun lay hot on thi oak groves and the air was full of warmth as we begaft to climb the slope on which he road to Auch shoots out of the track The yellow bracken and the fallen leaves underfoot seemed to throw up light of themselves and here and there a patch ot ruddy beech lay like a bloodstain on the hillside In front a herd of pigs routed among the mast and grunted lazily and high above us a boy lay watching them We part here I said to my compan ion It was my plan to ride a litti way on the road to Audi so as to blind his eyes then leaving my horto In the forest I would go on foot to the chateau The sooner the better ho an swered with a snarl And I hope I may never see your faco again mon sieurBut when we came to the wooden cross at the fork of the roads and were about to part the boy wo had seen leapt out of tbe lent and came to meet us Hello he cried In a singsong toneWell my companion answered drawing rein Impatiently What I it There are soldiers In the village If Soldiers Antoine cried Incredulously Ay devils on horseback the lad answered spitting on the ground Three score of them From Auch Antoine turned to me his face transformed with fury Curse you he cried This Is some of your work Now weare all undone And my mis tresses Sacre It I had that gun I would shoot you like a rat roughlyIITo Be Continued fessor Thlersch the story Is related that one day a man of his town called on him and asked his advjco an to find lag a specialist to operate on him After a brief pause the professor said gutonot fur enough to NncsMuiu lu Munich or twiner still to Blllroth In Vienna mlhoyou say Loipslc he will retort Oh you blockhead why didnt you go tfl Tlilersch 1y r c 1 j iI r J The Killing o the Egyptian I A STORY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLES STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM By JLa lIabwa Lad Brway Prcbsr JItCtpTrlhllKMtir Wa looDl Scripture Authority Kxodus 211 and Acts 721 29 Jl VRLY an it was Moses watt busy OVIr hut manu BfTlplB feeling hat ho could not Int ono precious moment of daylight en u n u soil He was obliged to tin all his studying und writ hag by iiiiiural light now tor tin had not tlus menus provide hlni solf with even the cheapest und poorest of Egyptian lan terns So the first gray rays of the iarly morning found him hunting over work anti at night ho only ceased the twilight had been swallowed IhlS by the Invading darkness rest of the family was Just be to stir when them came a loud sharp knock nt the dour of the ruda hut and before the aged Ainram 1 could shuttle across tho dirt floor and open It was Impatiently repeated with Increasing emphasis Tho trem bling hand of Amram drew the Sou and as tho bar cleared Its socket the door burst open under tho last vigor ous blow of the stranger whose Iurly form now loomed through the low narrow opening Amram too terri fied to speak stared Into tho face of the Egyptian overseer while the oilier Inmates of the hut shrank back Into the shadows as n helpless doe might before the fierce onslaught of the beast of the jungle Say old man bellowed the gruff voice of tho overseer youve loafed long enough The king wants no idle log of a Hebrew hanging around Get to work today And as he caught a glimpse of1- losel In tho far corner by tbe win dow he added with a sneer Give the kings compliments to tjhy Illustrious son and tell him he can win back the royal favor by winging the lash over thy back this day at the brick yard Moses sprang to his feet the hot blood rushing to his head and every nerve in his body tingling wltb the anger that raged within and he would pave plunged after the overseer who Was now striding nway had not him sister and mother restrained him Up to this time the Immunity from tM burdens of slavery which had been shown the parents of Moses dur ing his life in the palace had contin ued but the brutal message of the- o erscer that morning made It plain Xiat such favoritism was at an end A id that cruel persecution aimed ovi- d ntly at Moses was to take Its place Not a word was spoken after the Egyptian had gone Each was trying sltnatlonlEes ape But there seemed no haSp to them and tearfully mother and df ughter watched tho aged lather de rt for the place designated by the Egyptian while Moses utterly shed in spirit and realizing his helplessness as imvcr before tried to continue his work The manuscript w s before him but It tins only a hi rred blank for there floated before hlf eyes visions of the sufferings of hi people anti of his aged father dr yen to his tasks by some heartless ta kmastor It was ho who had br tught nil this upon him Had be do ie wrong in leaving the palace Hi d It been a mistake to give up the poalpl Had he batter turn hack nnd su the king for pardon anti rein Et temnnt Vlth the last quwtlon there came ani impulse to rush back to the pal gttt but It was but for an Instant and then the sweet comforting vision ol Shlloh the One Who was Miming from God swept over him anti be himselflYe e Is from Him not Egypt put thought of his father brought bark the pain and anguish anti b crlCl out In his despair What uiu I do What must I do nowT A sudden Inspiration seized lila and rising ho passed out of the door ant In the direction of the clay hole whern multitudes of the Hebrew people were laboring In the making of brick which others of his enslaved people were placing in the walls of the great cities Pharaoh was building Surely ran Ho more than n feeble old man he muttered to him BfIt as he strode along Surely they will not refuse to let me fill his place As he drew near to the place th sights and sounds would have made a sironger man tremble nnd hesitate and turn back But cost him whatever of pain and suffering If knight he vas going to save his father and he Dade his way through the lines of almost naked workmen The shoijls and oaths of the taskmasters whl h came now from one direction and then another were not sufficient to drown out tbe groans and cries of palrof the poor tired laborers who had been kept at their tasks from the early morning Every now and then the angry snap of some whip lash eourjded on the air and as Its knotted end sank Into the flesh the sharp cry of the victim rang out piercing bis hcaift with unutterable anguish nre was one poor fellow who lay moa ling In the midst of the coarse gras ics at one side of the path where hp bad dragged hits bleeding body afte the cruel beating which had corn when he could no longer stand- up inder his burdens Half tear full Moses looked thinking It might be KIs own father but seeing It was not he hastened on not daring to de lay ior each precious moment meant Suffering and perhaps even death for v Recovering a Lost Industry Tbornbam in Norfolk the schoolmaster has taught the village lads the art of bandwrought Iron work1 to such purpose that this small plact promises to recover a lost In dust y for England Skilled London arils s now tend their designs to Tho ham for execution rather than abroad while the king has been one e first to recognize the merits of the ork that Is done The school mast r acts as manager In the unique move neat l tSS tt I = i I j 1ii JY f Mrcathero was reproach and anger in their looks In fact one fellow suffering from time great welts raised upon his back hissed after him as he passed Come you hero to gloat over the suffering you have brought upon us Over there is your father See what they are doing to him Moses turned and looked la the di rection Indicated not heeding the cruel Implication contained In tire speakers first words so eager was he to find hIs father There on the op posite sldo of the pit where four or five men were engaged In digging out the clayey soil he saw an old man over whom tIme overseer was standing and peasexandtime air the bent form of tho man Jusoughtoftortspulse to seize the man and hastening before him he cried with choking voicekidiSeeBack you Ingrate You traitor to Egypts favor and bounty the overseer shouted Your only way backs to the kings favor Is to take my place Here take this holding out the whip he held In his handand this Is the way to use It ho contin ued swinging the lash through the air und bringing it down with such force upon the bare back of Amram that the thongs cut out strips of flesh wherever they fell The old man sank to the ground with a moan For one Instant the eyes of Moses rested the writh to jugpassion of the years over the suffer ings anti wrongs of his people burst forth Like a maddened beast of the forest brought to bay and fighting for lt miti timeground Tho latter was a bigHbrawny man and his great struggled anti twisted for the masttery Ills muscles knit In convulsive effort to tear Ioses hands from their His li skeInto the flesh of Moses arms and tore therefrom strips of bloody skin but underneath time muscles were like bands of steel against which even those powerful hands were but as ending reeds Ever tighter and tighter like the unyielding grip of a vise Moses fingers pressed Into the throat of the Egyptian until the letters face grew purple with the venous blood that the stifled lungs tried in vain to purify and his wild ly staring eyes bulged out and hunt over the livid cheeks Of what avail that giant strength that fierce des perate agonized struggle for life before that greater strength born ot- a righteous indignation and that more intense passion which flames forth at last from wrongs long endured Feebler and feebler grew the struggles of the Egyptian The face grew black The protruding eyes grew glassy and sightless and as the mans hands fell lifeless and limp from Moses arms tbe latter arose and looked about him apprehensively The man who had first spoken to him as he entered the pit was standing looking on with an expression of mingled terror and exultation but the other laborers had left tire place with their loads of clay before the strug gle had begun and hail not yetre turned for the struggle was brief Motioning In the man to come his help they were soon busy digging a deep recess In the yielding sands In the Bhle nf tie plk whert 4hoy placed the body of the dead Egyptian amid again filled In tho soil to tho face itOfspeaking a word Moses lifted the limp form of his father upon his back and returned home He laid the old man tenderly upon the redo bunk and while Miriam and her mother sought to restore him to conscious ness ho quickly and briefly told them his story Sjv absorbed was he In the tolling of it stud so excited were the women In listening that they did not realize the possibility that Ainram might bo dead until they had worked over time Inert form for some time Rut ho ovurexcrtlon of the morning the oxcltoment and the shock of tho cruel blow had proved too much for the feeble strength of tbi old man and ho hall smut rallied from the uncnn Hclousnoss Into which he sank after tile blow Ml That night under the silent stars time sorrowing family laid the poor battered form of their loved one beneath the soil of Goshen and Moses returned home with a new purpose rising within him Out of the experi once of the day there came a call to service and over hIs dead he pledged himself to ho faithful Ho bad trained and led the smiles of Egypt to victory Why could he not organize and drill lila brethren for the time wben God should call them out Killed with this new thought be went forth the next day He would get better acquainted with his pc ide he would quietly study tbe sit nation and plan bow to carry out his purpose Whirb thus engaged his at tention was drawn to two of the He brew laborers who were struggling fiercely together for tho possession of a certain choice bit of soil more easily worked than tbe rest and learn- Ing who had first discovered the place he rebuked the man who did the wrong saying Wherefore smltest thou thy fel lowWho made thee a prince and a Judge over us angrily demanded time man turning upon him Intend cst thou to kill me as thou kllledst EgyptianWith look Moses searched the face of the man before him and saw that It was he who had witnessed the struggle In the pit the day before The remark of the man spoken In loud voice caught the ear of one of the Egyptian overseers standing near and be hastened off while Moses filled with a new apprehension returned home And late that night found him well on hia way toward the eastern country while Pharaohs messengers sent to slay him sought for him In vain through all the land of Goshen The Thing to Say Now began the tiresome man who goes In for queer science what would you say if I were to tell you that all the rivers in tC 3 world would dry up with- In a would sayinterrupted the weary listener Go thou and do like wise Philadelphia Press Cut It Out Well doctor your treatise is ready to go to press What are you going to dp about an appendix Cut It out Milwaukee Wisconsin i roo t 5J t 4 T ISSISSiPPITORNADOwentyFour 46 Injured at Meridan Miss e Work of Clearing Debris Being Rapidly Pushed by Working Idle Negroes Seven Companies of State Militia on Guard Mobile Ala Information has boon received hero by telephone all telegraph wires being down that a de structive tornado visited Meridian Miss killing many white and colored ople and damaging property to the tiTherered by being caught In the wreckage houses The tornado caught tho city on the southwest and traveled to the northeast expending Itself In two burbs where many negroes were iled and injured a whole tenement strict being wiped out Two largo wholesale stores one smaller one the principal hotel the electric lighting plant and all the- maller property between the Mobile Ohio railroad depot and the bust ness part of the city are badly damaged Twentyone men were caught in a restaurant and several were killed Two stories of the Y M C A building were wrecked and other build- Ings suffered in the upper stories Meridian Miss The revised list of the dead and injured as thosresults of the tornado which swept through this city Friday eveningS shows a total of 21 dead red a number ofwhom are not expected to live No additional deaths have been reported since last night The property loss has been semloffl dally reported at one and onequarter illions dollars the estimated destruc on of residences alone being placed 500 practically all in the Lindsey ill section of the east end and Georgetown Of the sufferers from the tornado only five carried tornado invsurance amounting to 67000 Seven companies of state militia are till on guard and enforcing work by dle negroes 100 being at work remov ing tho debris An order was issued Sunday night ordering the removal ot the troops on Tuesday Col William E McCant in command of the national guard which now spreads out in cordon order over the evastated district said that never in his years of military experience had ho observed before the entire absence of vandalism and ghoulish acts which us ually follow on the heels of a like disaster Not a single Instance of this character has been reported After leaving Meridian and entering Macon a suburban town five miles distant all trace of the storm seems to havo disappeared Little if any damage is reported from the country Work of relief was continued all Sunday and hundreds of mechanics aro now about to begin work of rebuilding Monday Authentic reports received from Macon Marion and Meehan Junction all of which were reported destroyed stated that there were no fatalities at each place Mee han Junction escaped entirely No fa talities occurred other than those In and around Meridian The general re lief committee decided to accept the volunteer contributions from other points hut stated aidIwas not seeking outside BRIDAL COUPLE AT HOM Mr and Mrs tongworth Arrive In Washington From Cuba t Washington Representative and Mrs Nicholas Longworth returned to Washington on Sunday from Cuba to which place they Journeyed after their wedding They occupied a private car attached to a regular train of the Southern railway which arrived here at 950 oclock Sunday morning They were met at the train by Mr Longworths private secretary and drove immediately to Mr Longwortha theyIUp worth will immediately resume his leg Islatlve duties at the capitol Moroccan Agreement Possible Algeclras One of the delegates having a most vital interest in the conference on Moroccan reforms said that a settlement of the contro versy between France and Germany now seemed possible but ho declined to make known the lines the arrange ment would take However the trend of recent events has Indicated that if ry settlement is reached it would most likely be because France would make concessions with reference to the bank question and Germany in return would adopt a less uncom promising attitude concerning the po lice Imperial Chinese Party in 8t Paul St Paul The imperial Chinese commissioners appointed to make a study of the commercial industrial and education conditions in this coun try and in Europe arrived In St Paul Sunday evening on the way to the east Transport Lawton Arrives San Francisco Tho navy transport Lawton from Manila Capt Charles F Pond arrived with seven pas sengers and about 150 men of the navy who have served their time on the vessels of the Asiatic fleet A man was lost overboard Chicago Leads All 111In January and Feb runny Chicago led all other citlea In crime and lawlessness accord lag to police statistics Seventeen women were attacked in February in Chicago Emperor and King To Meet Berlin The Tageblatt Monday morning says that Emperor Will iam and King Edward probably will meet at Breslau at the beginning of September when King Edward will be the guest of the emperor at the man euvers In Silesia Political Prisoners Released Caracas Venezuela President Cas trol has released Gen Ramon Gum ra and several other political prison ers The president has gone to Mara cay Gen Guerra was formerly ruin ister of war Valuable Records Burned Portsmouth Va The general office building of the Seaboard Air Line railway here was entirely de stroyed except the walls by a fire which started at 880 oclock In the morning Loss 25000 Many vain able papers and records were burned FIre In Island of teyte Manila Tacloban capital of the island of Leyte has been destroy ed by fire The loss Is reported to be 600000 Tacjoban was the fifth city of the Island and was situated la an important hemp district H OSPITALS 5AJIRITYM OfPATIUTI WINCI fProint It Is a sad but certain fact that every year brings an in crease in the n urn berofope ra tions performed 4upon women our hospitals iS Moro than three fourths of the patients lying 4cm those snow Lia white beds are women and girls who T are awaiting or recovering from opera ons made necessary by neglect fiEvery one of these patients bad- lentyofwarnlnglnthatbearingdownp feeling pain at the leftor right of abdomen nervous exhaustion in the small of the back pelvic catarrh dizziness flatulency displacements or irregularities of these symptoms are indications of an unhealthy con dition of the female organs and If not heeded the trouble may mako headway until the penalty has to be paid by ts dangerous operation and a lifetime of impaired usefulness at best while IB 4Yf many cases the results are fatal Miss Luella Adams of Seattle Wash writes Dear Mrs Finkham About two years ago I was a great suf ferer from a severe female trouble pains maid headaches The doctor prescribed for me and finally told mo that Ihail a tumor and must undergo on operation If I wanted to well felt thagths was my iieathwasruntbutL hundreds of dollars for medical help but the tumor kept growing Fortunately orrespondedwith an aunt In PmototaketydlaEinkbams said to cure tumors Idid soand immediately c juredout an operation I wish every suffering kwoman would try this great preparation Just as surely as Miss Adams was cured of troubles enumerated Im her letter Just so surely will Lydia B 4 Pinkhame Vegetable Compound cure other women who suffer from fe male troubles inflammation kidney nervous excitability or ncr Sous prostration Mrs Pinkham Invites nil young women who are ill to write her for free advice She is daughterinlaw of Lydia E Pinkham for twentyfive years has been advising sick women free of charge Address Lynn Maaa This to the butcher orSpoOessTbwn Whose tooLs are br feahbrehowri Tb leave mem stained were Indiscreet 13 rbr folks would then abstain flora meat And so he br1ififensfmdeou know Byppflshlng with 5APOLIO BEAT AMERICANS OUT WEST Black Owl was a Colony visitor this week v Mr Young Bull went to cantonment Tuesday v Mr Hunter and motherinlaw Sioux woman have gone to Darlington tfcto week Mr Big Nose went to Kingfisher last week anti took his daughter Miss Big Nose with him McPherson Prairie Chief the assist ant farmer of Arapahoe came In Mon r day on business Mr Bear Tracks went to Darlington last week and while there made MaJ ySlouch n friendly call J Mr Ked Hat and family passed Ithrough Wednesday from Canton l men en1 route for Colony 4 Messrs Howling Crane Pawnee Man Red Teeth and Mrs Red Teeth1T left Friday of last week for North i Cheyenne Agency Mont T ASTABIC TBTJTH3 Kind hearts are more than oor netsand about as scarce A man Is never too old to learn but be may bo too young to realize It The fellow who shoots off his mouth never seems to run out of amraunl Ion While sympathy is all right In Its way It makes a very poor substitute J for beefsteak Met Els Proposition HeId Just love to kiss you She Oh well if you love me yoa may Yonkers Statesman 2 A NECESSARY EVIL Experience of a Minister Who TrUd to Think That of Coffee i A descendant of the Danes a na t Uon of coffee drinkers I used coffee freely tilt I was 20 years oid writes a clergyman from Iowa A4 that time I was a student at a Biblical Institute and suddenly became aware of tho fact that my nerves had become demoraK ized my brain dull and sluggish and that Insomnia was fastening its hold upon me I was loath to believe that these r things came from the eQffee I was f drinking but at last was lorcefOfftOX conclusion and quit it 4 I was so accustomed toa hot table beverage and felt the need of It so much that after abstaining from cot fee for a timo and recovering my health I went back to it I did this st several times but always with disas trous results I had about made up my mind that coffee was a necessary evil About this time a friend told me that I would find Postum Food Coffee very fine and ln runny respects away ahead of coffee So I bought some and making it very carefully according to the directions we were delighted to find that he had not exaggerated in the least From that day to this we have liked it better than the old kind of coffee or anything else in the way of a table drink Its use gave me in a very short time an Increase in strength clear t ness of brain and steadiness of nerves and sleep restful and restoring came back to me I am thankful that we heard ol Fostum and shall bo glad to testify at any time to the good it has dons me Name given by Postum Co Bat i tie Creek Mich Theres a reason Rea rtne litttt book The Roadto Wellvllle in i t 9 c V S z I q rr r t I- 1jt a A rC I ti 7c i r 1 eX H j 5I 1 aI t 1 1 trJou e i 1 4f 0ERVOUSDYSPEPSIAif 4 A Desperately Serious Case Cured by Jf Dr Williams Pink Pills athrvaTt tier vitality almost destroyed tho re 1189Ii failed to reach tho seat of tho difficulty utterly 4 have resulted if sho had nn independent course sug M 3nnddcnthn sisters experience i says I had pain in tho heart palpitation and shortness of breath BO that I could not f walk very fast My head ached very badly and I was seized with vomiting docIt gave mono re 1 lief Then I tried a second doctor with I out benefit By this time I had become I mostrI the end of a mouth I was scarcely more 01 than skin aud was really starr ing to death myitI Pills nud decided to take them in place I f of the doctors medicine It proved n tJ vise decision for they helped mo us couldtmore nourishment In two weeks I was At able to leave my bed Dr Williams Pink Pills were the only thing that JI checked tho vomiting and as soon as that iWtUllitOppod myother difficulties left me r n appotito now nud run myrr t oFPalo PdoploTo nil Iny tricntlsTwcnnsa IIam thoroughly convinced of their I WilliamsPlnlc Pills are sold by nil druggists nUll by the Dr Williams Mod IcinG Co Schenectady NY r MEDICAL BllEVITIES p Women are to be admitted to bo doctors of medicine by the University aij of Prague which however r fuses to 4 J admit them as doctors of philosophy At a recent session of the Paris Academy of Medicine M Chauffard stated that in many patients treated by Xrays for cancer of the tongue tho 0 growth had become rapidly dlssem I geminated The academy adopted his conclusion that medical men alone should have the right to use Xrays for treatment One of the most Important causes of disease according to Prof Macfaydyen of London Is the inhalation of pant- des of dust In the streets of cities He t bOlds that the dust not only often con H thatL1 respiratory organs through mechan Ij ical Irritation f Dr Klein FR 8 has communicat ed to the British government the dis that dried tissues of animals plague in which the bacill 0 tcovery present have been killed by a nevertheless retain the t of communicating the disease 4 Jt to animals Into which they are In I Jected and which die with all the symptoms of plague but without themselves containing any bacilli i 1J TALES OF THE TOTS i Dear Dear Willie cant you be 7r good for a Quarter of an hour i1 k 1 can for a quarter of a dollar ma Fred at the concertThat man must have a taste for music papa I Papawhich man Freddie 4i 1Wh76the one who Is trying to LI r iswa1ow the trombone Mamma Oh dear Margie I dont believe you know what It is to be cl 1 SUeKrgIeTe I do mamma ri ItViqt doing the things you want to d YmaWhY Johnny you have taoat berries iI Johnny Thats all right mamma r i Minnie ate most of the cake we stole yesterday 4 i t ofP Why do you want a light left In I i your room when you go to bed dearl asked Elsies mother Are you afrai4rimamma repliedElsie I want Z It I can see to go to sleep I 1 1 JiJ A Title 0 I f St I She she caB read the YItountflkaabookr IflaWe1I he Is one of the six best t 1 i sellers N Y Sun i A PERFECT HAND it i Sow Xts Appearance Became I v S mlllar to the Public Tfee story of how probably the most perfect feminine hand In America be I i came known to the people is rather 4J Interesting 1 E As the story goes the possessor of the hand was with some friends In a 1 photographers one day and while talk gheldi1p a piece of candy The O pose of the band with Its perfect con i theIproposedii beautlf lpicture kept la the family until one day after reading a letter f from o eoQff tequirlng as to who I wrote tme Fostum and GrapeNuts ad hislauirlea ot this kind that1t is evident some people are curious to c advertisinglp your z tfJ taiatof print and name UA Helping 1IaJ1dKn Post has assisted him 2 vT ta jHeparatiba of soueoC Ute most fa drc4 ito alvesUs tLl t Threw a natural shrinking from V 1 agreementttW p4ctre9Iii BM waa jBramted i t The case was presented lathe light- i 4 1 of exteselBg awelcomlag hand to the k fn1e4sotPostumand GrapeNuts BO a1 the pktare appeared OH the back coy 4 era otKaay of tke Jaaoary and Feb t Jo 4E ruary Hagailnee rand became own to tt v SkUltoM ot iwopie r I tmf Mail artiets hare commented upon Ii1 U as prebeWy the oat perfect aand f t JatsviirorlaTbe dePt of the Poitom theJt thelr r MkM waerwea e pc ure samerlj 1 peper announcements thus seeKing to i J lacteee the readers to look brand read Iq fj ibelforthcomlBg adverttfleeeats to learn i1 tbe a1Hof the owBer F Taia eombliaaUoB ofart and corn i attrce aad the araltitade of Uqulrlea thetlife of large manufacturers I iJrhee names beeaaeboaeehold words 41 4 i tbrevgb xteafive aad icoatlauons an rfi BOHBeeevHtts bi a4wi Mrsaad pertod J JIIlI f i I r r tt0 r i 4t1LI r rt I il p1llI riO IJy 1 Ii a f J 4 qy J J 1j Pr 0 Tf r STATE NEWS PICKUPS I KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE The House of Representatives Votes To Put the Tax on Whisky Frankfort Fob 28one of the most important bills to either body this session was Senator Coxs bill presented by the senate It provides that shares bt stock In a foreign corporation own ed by a resident of this state shall not be taxed in this state If said for eign corporation pays taxes in the state whore it Is located The bill passed by a decided majority A bill that will make all schoolteachers hap py was passed by the senate and will go at onco to the governpr for his approval It provides that a teachers pay shall not be deducted for tho time consumed in attending a county teach ers institute when held during a school term The Johnson bill to prohibit tho plea of selfdefense In trial of an offense committed with a deadly weapon If tho accused carried a dead ly weapon within 12 hours boforo the offense was committed was defeated Tho principal fight over the revenue bill in tho houso was on the section proposing to tax all reotlflcd or blend ed whisky made In this state V cents on each gallon The two com mittees never agreed on a section pro viding for such a tax but the house committee finally decided to put tho extra tax In the bill when It was pre seated to tho house and by a decisive vote the houso sustained tho commit tee and let the 1 cents per gallon stand Frankfort March IThe senate adopted three house bills with some amendments affecting second class cities The first was the annexation bill An amendment proposed by Sen ator Allen was adopted providing that before a firth class town can bo an nexed to a second class city twothirds of the voters of thu town must voto for annexation Another bill provided for the construction and reconstruc tion of streets at the cost of abutting property owners in second class cities Senator Allens amendment requires that bids for construction shall be opened publicly after having been advertised Tho third bill provided for construction of sewers In second class cities and a similar amendment as to bids and advertisement was adopted Time house in committee of the whole devoted the day to the revenue bill completing its consideration and will try to reach a vote on it Thurs day Probably the most Important amendment adopted was one reducing saloon license to 200 Tho Inherit ance tax section was adopted but the estate inherited must amount to 1000 or more before the tax can be col lected Frankfort March 2The Ward pri mary election bill came up In the sen providesforon the same day each year for the payment of the expenses of the prima rice by the counties and not by the candidates for the regular election officers to servo as primary election officers and for a recount of tho ballots if desired by any one Interested The Burnam bill providing the near est magistrate may enforce ordinances ot sixthclass towns where said towns have no police Judge passed The Charlton bill increasing the annual appropriation for the school for the blind from 10000 to 16000 passed unanimously The Dehaven bill to regulate burial associations by requir lag them to give bond to secure tho paynent of their policies passed The long fight over the revenue bill ended JnJhe house passing the bill by a vdte of 56 to 32 It will now go to the senate where Its lath Is as yet acceptthesqveralimportant one relating to bank tax jsB03sncnL The clause requiring barbers 6 Iay a license tax was stricken out on motion of R C Simmons of Covington The clause requiring soda fountains and retail dealers in mineral waters to pay an additional license tax for the mineral waters was also stricken out- Frankfort March 3 Friday was a redletter day In the legislature so far as work was concerned The senate passed the Ward bill repealing tho present exemption law and providing in its place a clause providing any property without naming It to the value of 600 shall be exempt and that only halt of a laborers wages shall be subject to attachment for debts for necessaries of life The house bill placing the school of re forD under control of the prison com mission was taken up and passed The Allen bill giving secondclass openIngmetry of the streets may be preserved passed The China resolution giving 500 to the widow and children of the late Dr Hugh Tobin prison physician passedThe house passed the bill appropri ating 260000 to help complete the new state house and the bill appropriating 50000 to establish two State normal schools It also passed the bill making numerous changes in leg passedProvidingappropriating 50000 for two state normal schools passed unanimously allowing abandoned gas wells to be plugged giving Circuit Judge Poorof Louisville another weeks vacation each summer provldlngfor the drain age of public ditches War on Slot Machines Newport Ky March 3The au thorities here have renewed a war on slot machines They were ordered put some time ago but the order was openly violated The police have now been instructed to strictly enforce the mayors order Killed MotherlnLaw Wounded Wife Somerset Ky March 3otls Gragg a young railroad man of this city shot and instantly killed his motherinlaw Mrs Bowman and probably fatally wounded his wife at their home in this city Gragg was arrested To Install Purifying Plant Newport Ky March 3The Instal lation of the new filtration plant at the Newport waterworks was begun by Superintendent Glazier The water wJIl be purified by the Injection of sul hate of iron into the Intake pipe at the pumping station TwentyOne Years For Murder Versailles Ky March 2The Jury In the case ot William Halley colored for the murder of William Jackson re turned a verdict of guilty Uaileys punishment wa3 fixed at 21 years In the penitentiary Charged With Embezzlement Mt Sterling Ky March IThe trial of W M Wiley charged with embezzlement of funds has been set for March 13 It is stated that Wiley Implicates others In the transaction and promises sensational dfsclosures when the trial comes up IAn Aged Pilot Expires Ky Munch 1Capt Joseph M Jones one of the oldest and bestknown Kentucky river pilots died at his home near here He had been living In retirement on his farm near Lajcrance for the vast four years t x Wtiti i r Ti i fl t rrrbc t- t v ARE OUT ON BOND Judge James Hargis and Sheriff Ed Callahan Change of Venue Jackson Ky March 3Judge John L Doraty appointed by Gov BecUlmm to try the cases of Judge Hargls SIren iff Ed Callahan and others charged with complicity In time murder of Jas Marcum called the cases Friday afternoon He held that as the motion for a change of venue stood he would have to ovrrule it He finally granted time to change the procedure and after discussion among the attorneys it was agreed that the commonwealths attorney be allowed to present his amended motion Saturday Because of the unsanitary condition of the jail and Judge Hargls delicate health Judge Dorsey allowed the defendants ball In the sum of 10000 each until Saturday morning O W Sewell A H Hargis and Reuben McQuinn sign ed the bonds THE DOG TAX LAW Indorsed By the Farmers Institute Which Elects New Officers Frankfort Ky March IThe stato Farmers Institute Indorsed the new dog tax law and elected the following officers President II M Frolunan of Carroll county vice president Mor gan Hughes of Warren county second vice president R K Hart of Fleming county secretary Clarence Sale of Jefferson county treasurer C M Hanna of Shelby executive committee G N McGraw of Livings ton Hugh Dawson of Logan H C Lovelace of Nelson M F Johnson of Jefferson T T Hornsby of Shel by William Robb of Mason and Cas well Prewltt of Montgomery THE WHOLE DIRECTORY SENT The Man Wanted the Names of the Unsaved In Louisville Ky Louisville Ky March 2Postmas ter liner received a letter from a man at Rutland Vt asking him for a list of the unsaved men and women in Louisville He explained that ho wanted to do missionary work here since ho had heard this Is a wicked city Postmaster Baker In order not to slight any one forwarded a copy of the City Directory containing tho names of 250000 people TO PRODUCE JETT Prison Warden Directed To Take Him To Cynthlana For Trial Cynthlana Ky March 3Judge H G Bolts of Owenton Ky appointed by Gov Beckham to try the caso of Curtis Jett for alleged killing of Jas Cockrill directed the warden of tho state prison to produce Jett Saturday morning J Stanley Webster of this place has been retained by Cockrills friends J I Blanton will defend Jett Judge Botts is a former partner of ex Senator Lindsay Moonshiners Killed Hlndman Ky March 2Fars and Perry Sloane moonshiners were kill ed here in a desperate fight with rev enue officers They fortified them selves 1a log cabin Malcolm Hplll day one of the posse rectlved sev eral wounds before his brother forced his way into the cabin and killed the moonsbl ers Will Try Curtis Jett Cynthlana Ky March 2Judge S G Botts of Owenton Ky has been appointed by GoT Beckham to try the case against Curtis Jett charged with the murder of James Cockrill J H Webster will assist the commonwealth attorney and Jett will be defended by J L Blanton Lyne To Ride Lotus Eater Lexington Ky March 2JockeY Lucien Lyne who has been spending the winter at the Larchmont stud ot his father S C Lyne In this county will have his first mount of the year on Lotus Eater In the Derby at the Fair Grounds New Orleans on St Pat ricks day A Fated Kentucky Family Owensboro Ky March 2Durlng the past week four members of the family of Jesse Tucker this county have died of black pneumonia Tho first died at Adairville Logan county Shortly after seven members of the family were stricken and four havo died The Sewer Bill Passed Frankfort Ky March 3The sen ate on motion of Senator Allen receded from its amendments to the two house bills providing for construction of sewers and streets in second class cities and the bills passed as they came from the house For a Racing Commission Frankfort Ky March 3Senator Chinn Introduced a new bill creating a state racing commission of five mem bers to be appointed by the governor The commission to practically havo control of racing meetings in this state Freight Handlers Get Increase Covington Ky March 3 The freight handlers at the L N depot were given an increase of 10 cents in their wages Unlll a rtt days ago they were getting 135 a day and they asked for an increase of 15 cents To Try Feud Cases Jackson Ky March 2Judge Dor sey of Henderson appointed by Gov Beckham as special judge to try the case of James Hargis and others has arrived here The defendants aro still In Jail Elthet a trial or bail will be asked for Death of Miss Fidelia Stroud Central City Ky Marcb2lJlss Fidelia Stroud younscit daughter of Daniel Stroud the founder of Stroud City now Central City died in the old Stroud home ou East Hill after a protracted illness of lung trouble Given a Verdict For 10000 Madlsonvllle Ky March IIn the circuit court Harry Brown was given a vefdlct of 10000 against the L 8 N railroad Brown was a fireman on said road and in a headon collision at Victria had a foot and leg badly mashed Foxhall Keene at Lexington Lexington Ky March IFoxhall P Keene has arrived here for a short visit to his farm which adjoins Castle ton the property of his father Jam 1 Keene Mr Kceno keeps his poll j onles and do s at hia KeIy flsco ft ul REVOlUTIONARYtiEROIN tairgia Amazon Who SingleHand s ed Captured Ten Depre dating Tories Nancy Hart the famous Georgia char acter of revolutionary days Is by no means mythical but was a very real personage Notwithstanding her gigan tic frame red hair freckles and crossed eyes her memory Is kept greener among the people of her native state than that of many a more prepossessing heroine says the Richmond NewsLeader She was what is familiarly known us- a Georgia Cracker a poor though in telligent whit who lived among the sand hills or in the isolated districts of the state- lIer capture of the ten torles while they were devouring the tempting viands she had been compelled to prepare for them is recognized as a his torical fact During Andrew Jacksons presidency representatives from Georgia desiring to bring that state to the notice of the president decided to present a painting for one of tho niches in time rotunda of the United States capitol building At length It was completeda portrait of Nancy Hart bareheaded barefooted her skirts to her knees crossing a shal low stream driving ten tories before her at point of one of their own guns The president who was redheaded and came of hardy pioneer stock himself la said to have been very much pleased with tho picture and it is to be hoped that Georgia profited by the diplomacy of her representatives- The idea that Nancy Hart followed hrhusband to Florida and lied there Is erroneous After the fierce disturbances of the revolution had gone down as his tory she buckled up her yoke of oxen and with her children and grandchildren emigrated to South Carolina At one of the stgps on the route her soninlaw became engaged In a drunk en brawl and was taken in custody by an omcer Ever quick to meet an emergen cy Nancy went to the rescue Bestow Ing a few pugilistic bumps on the detain er of her soninlaw she seized the latter and lifted him bodily Into the bed of the wagon and drove out of town Nancy Hart located near Edgefield a small town not far from tho Georgia line Her fame preceded her there and she was welcomed and respected by her neighbors My grandfathers grandfa ther lived In Edgcficld and was one of the early Baptist preachers The Scotch Irish were almost universally Presbyterian but once agitated there was soon a large sprinkling of Baptists and Meth odists throughout the south The min- Isters were for the most part itinerant and revivals that rivaled Moodys and Jones In enthusiasm were held under huge open tabernacles and men rode on horseback 100 miles to be In attendance Tradition says that Nancy Hart was converted at one of these meetings It would be reasonable to suppose that time and hardships would have touched the red hair with gray and curbed the old dauntless spirit but she was as strenuous In religion as In politics Thero are mystical stories In my mind or a gaunt old woman embracing my dignified ancestor and disarranging his stock and dragging sluggard sinners by their queues and coat tails to thepcnance seat but these are traditions repeated from generation to generation and I would not vouch for their authenticity However I have always understood that Nancy Hart lived to a good old age died and was bijrlcd in the old Edgefield district now Edgefield county S C Frances rlTew President M Fallleres the newly elected French president was born In Mezln There Is a church dating from the ninth century In the little city Against its walls once nestled the smithy and home of a blacksmith It was in that house for nis grandfather church In 1872 but the smithy was born The property was sold to the church In 18 J but the smithy was carted away and set up again stone for stone In the outskirts of Mezln where It still stands Good Example It was a fine example of love of peace and humanity that was set by the American and English delegates to the Algeoiras conference when they declined to go with the rest to the bull fights A Free Lance Benedick Not married eh Ill bet youre fond of a girl though Bachelor Oh yea Indeed Who Is she Her name is Legion Philadel phia Ledger Womans Queer Calling A woman who appeared na Lon don police court tho other day was described as a pawning agent She makes her living by pawning things for her neighbors who pay her a commission because they believe she can secure larger loans than they could Tho WallStreet Loser SheHow much do you earn a year HeAbout 2000 But we cant live on that You asked me how much I earned I make about 20000LlfeM- ARKET REPORTS Cincinnati March 3 CATTLEFalr to good t3 00 0 4 8 5001515C A 1475EATNo HAVCholce timothy 1125 G12 B- OPOHKClar mess IS 25 UH 87HBXTTTBRCholceChoice O W4- APPLEBCholce per bhl 00 ICTBACCONew 00 85 Old 4 fill 75 CHICAGO FLOURWinter S 70 00 82NoSredCORNo 2 mixed 0 40 lRYCho1ce 63 29 FOHKMess prim 1506 ftl6 10 LARD Prime steam 6 7 NEW YORK FLOTTRWlntr patent 4 00 g 35 WHEATNO J red sa 4CORNRYE Western mixed V 73 PORK Mess prime 15 00 fi17 LARD Prime team 8 15 BALTIMORE WHEAT No I red CORNNO 2 mixed 153l CATTLE Steers 400 isHOOBOressed TOO LOUISVILLE WHEATNo 2 red U CORNNO white j is 33HPORKLARD Prime steam 7 75 INDIANAPOLIS CATTLE Prime steers 5 Z li 7- oHOQSOoodI to choice 6 20 O 630 SHEEPBest grade 00 500 r ID WITH WESTERN CANADA Says Our Prairies Will Be Pulled TTp in Ten Years Xi A tockwell of Indianapolis a ited States land man who made an tensive tour of inspection in tho est wrote the following article un der date of Jan 8 for an Indiana pub licationStates In this letter I propose to show by extracts from my note book that thousands who have come up here from the States have succeeded far expectationsAir N E Deaumunk of Brazil In dlana was earning 10000 per month thoIugeFur years ago he landed near Hanley Sask lie now owns 480 acres of land Last fall 1905 ho threshed 4700 bush els of wheat and 3100 bushels of oats His wheat alone brought him over 14000 which would have paid for tho acres that it grew on Ho Is today worth 15000 This Is Making Money Fast in Feb 1902 J G Smith Bro Were weavers in a big cotton mill in Lancashire England Coming here they arrived in Wai ella Sask with ohly 75000 between them They were sb green and inexperienced that all they co ho first summer was ffiSVv i j tho first winter they had to r their board Tho next year 1903 ey took homesteads and by working for neighbors they got a few acres broken out upon which the next year they raised a few hundred Ljushcls of wheat and oats They also bought a team and broke out about tttxty acres more In 1905 they threshed 17000 bushels of wheat from fit and 13000 bushels of oats Their success being then assured they bor rowed some money built a good house barn and implement shed and bought- a cream separator etc They now have dozen cows somo full blooded pigs and chickens good teams and Implements to match and are on tho high road to prosperity Here are three cases selected from my note book from among a score of others One a tame boss one a farmer and one a factory operator With each of them I took tea and listened to their story I hoped to better my condition said one I thought in time I might make a home said another I had high Expectations said the other and all possibleito ILike Arabian Nights t Everywhere on the trains at the hotels and in family I have been told successes that reminded me more of the stories in the ArablanNJ hts than of this mattcrofact workaday world bushelstperbushels or arous in every local ity and i ntlcated At Moose J u i Calgary Edmonton Rta Brandon Hanley and many in termedlate places I saw cattle and young horses fat as our grainfed ani Saals of the States that had never tasted grain and whose cost to their owner was almost nothing At Moos Timia I saw a trainload of 1400 steers r ute to England that were shaky aiscd as above stated If the ggneratlon of farmers in Indiana have spent their lives in a con with logs and stumps as did their iatfcurs before them could see these broad prairies dotted with comfort lItrawlestowns with their towering elevator Jammed to the roof with No1 hard and then remember that four or five ears ago these plains were tenantless but for the badger and coyote they vould marvel at the transformation hen if they followed the crowds as ney emerged from the trains and hurled to the land offices standing in line until their respective turns to be wait ed on came and saw with what rapid ty theso lands are being taken they would certainly catch the disease 2fcnd want some of it too these landd3re beautiful in midwinter with their lonv stretches of yellow stubble standing high aboyj the snow what muSt they bo in summer time when hovered with growing or ripening grains Speaking of winter reminds pie that our Hoosier friends shrug their shoulders when thoyead in the chicago and Minneapolis dailies of the veryreasonCanadian literature with Its pictures ialftones and statistics gives a good dea of her resources but thirty or forty degrees below zero sounds dan erous to a Hoosier who nearly freezes In a temperature of five above especially when accompanied by a as it often is but tho fact is when it is very cold here it is still and the air being dry the cold is not felt as It Is in our lower latitudes where there Is more humidity in the atmosphere I am 56 and I never saw al finer winter than the one I am spend- Ing up here I arrived in Winnipeg ISov 9 and have not had the bottoms qf my overshoes wet since I entered Canada Under a cloudless sky I have ridden In sleighs nearly a thousand otherdayWeeks time so far this winter Bulld ipg of all kinds goes right ahead in every city and hamlet as though win t were never heard of Information concerning homestead lands In Western Canada can be had fiom any authorized Canadian Govern ment Agent whose adverUsement app ars elsewhere in this paper Buying the Ammunition The CandidateAnd you might send some eggs around to my hotel VVllIage ElectorYes sir How lItany would you like gotLondon Demoniacal For some people there is comfort In not letting others have anyN Y Press 4 for j Sick Women j 1 a THEN HE DIDNT CO UP The Principal Reason Being Sidetracked the Caller Failed to Show Jenksofother day relates the San Francirco Chronicle They were exchanging rail lery and beclouding the ambient at mosphere with much smoke when a brass buttoned bellboy cut short their hinter by handing the Cornell professor a card Pardon me a moment Harry said Prof Jcnlcs as he proceeded to read an inscription on the card It read Some years ago on the occasion of a visit to Alaska I enjoyed the pleasure of meeting your father I would be deeply sensible of the privilege and honor of shaking hands with Iris ton How oldwas the man that sent up this bellboyAboutA thought clouded the brow of Presi lent llooaevelts representative for a moment Then he wrote something on the back cf the card and handed it back to the bellboy The something on the back of the card read youhvoto see me I should be pleased to have you come up v a WORST FORM OF ECZEMA Black Splotches All Over PateAffect- ed Parts Now Clear as Ever Cured by the Cuticura Remedies affiictedwith producedwhich caused me a groat deal of annoy ance and suffering to such an extent that I was forced to call in two of the leading physicians of my town After a thorough examination of the dreaded complaint they announced it to be skin eczema in its worst form They treated me for the same for the length of one year but the treatment did me no good husband purchased set of the Cuticura Rem edies and after using the contents cf the first bottle of Cuticura Resolvent in con nection with the Cuticura Soap and Oint stoppedIedies for six months and after that every splotch was entirely gone and the affected parts were left as clear as ever The Cuticura Remedies not only cured me of that dreadful disease eczema but other complicated troubles as well Lizzie E Sledge 510 Jones Ave Selma Ala Oct 23 1903 Caught on the Rebound Slimm What are you going to have for dinner today Mrs Hasher Im hungry as a wolf Mrs flasherWe are fbing to have lamb stew Mr Sliinm What again Im tired of lamb Huh Then you cant be hungry as a wolf Columbun Pippatch Rich Juicy Badishes Free Everybody loves juicy tender radishes Salzcr knows this hence he offers to send you absolutely free sufficient radishseed to you tender radishes all Bummer long and his great SiLZCn3 BAItOAIN SEED noon with its wonderful surprises and great bargains in seeds at bargain prices The enormous crops on our seed farms the past season compel us to issue this special NOTICE TODAT and receive the radishes and the wonderful Bargain Book free CoS1mosJohn A Salzer Seed Co Lock Drawer K La Crosse Wis Very Cheap The really rich are the ones that ouhtto put on nfrsINot on your life Anyone can afford to do that There s nothing cheaper in the world Detroit Free lress S Bobbed In Church Just think what an outrage it is to be robbedof all the benefits of the services by continuous coughing throughout the congregation when AntiGripine is guaranteed to cure everywhere 25 eta MAnufacturerSprinlfield S + Pretty Near ItTeacherWhat Tommy is the meaning ofbigotryTommy Tta when a man married two women Half Holiday- S Ladles Can Wear Shoes One size smaller after Allens Foot Ease A certain cure for swollen sweating aching feet At all Druggists 25c Accept no substitute package FREE Address A S Olmsted Le Roy Y S Some boarding house keepers feel like raising prices every time they hear of an advance in the lumber market To Cure a Cold in One Day Take LAXITIVB BROMO Quinine Tablets Druggists refund money it foils to cure GROVES signature ia on each box 25a A bigamist is a man convicted of matrimony in second degree S BrooklynNago 0 GarJield Tea the herb cure for con Btlpation and sick headache e Hypocrisys favorite role ia that ofa good fellow Saturday Evening Post W La DOUGLAS III MANUFAOTUfH w MENaasoarnEaSN TJIHIM101000 It to UfDn can unvi ibtimtnt II I could take you Into three large factories at Brockton Mass Bad show you Infinite care with which every psirof lem8de you would realize why W L Douglas S3SO shoes shiplitboeIf a- D2070WLDongha ttomI It highly enough backache falling feelings dir ziness Cramps functions and periodical take AT IRUWS I1IX MTTIR Cl f Got What He Asked The proprietor of a hotel hearing of the whereabout of a guest who had de camped from his establishment without payiughisDear Sir Will you send amount of your obligeTo delinquent replied The respectfullyChicago S Watch Him yoh eye on de man dots allus braggin bout his own honesty said Uncle Eben Mebbe hes like one o dese yen magician folks dat makes tech a fuss showin you dey sin got up dere sleeves lut allus ciues de trick jca do same Washington Star Cures Bheumatism end Catarrh Medicine Sent Free tryBotanicanic Blood Balm B B B kills or de stroys the poison in the blood causes the awful aches in back and shoul der blades shifting pains difficulty in moving fingers toes or legs bone pains swollen muscles and joints rheumatism or the foul hawking spitting drop flyingbeforecatarrh ilotanic Blood Bairn has cured hundreds of cases of 30 or 40 years stand ing after doctors hot springs and patent medicines had all failed of these cured patients had taken Balm as a last retort It is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases Impossible for any one to suffer the agonies or symptoms of rheumatism or catarrh while or after taking Blood Balm ft makes the blood and rich thereby giving a healthy blood supply Cures are permanent and perlargefree and prepaid also special medical ad vice by describing your trouble and writ ins Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Many things may keep you from the other triumphs of life but only selfishness can keep you from victory of love A Guaranteed Cure for Piles Itching Blind Bleeding Protruding Plies arc authorized to refund If PAZoOJjrniEJTfallstocuro InOtoUdoys Soc I Who are the only wise people on Why those who agree with us of course N Y Press DAZED WITH PAIN The Sufferings of a Citizen of Olympic L S Gorhamof 510 East 4th St Olympia says Six ago I got wet and took cold and was soon flat in bed suffering tortures with mv back Every move ment caused an agon zIng pain and tho sistency of it exhausted- me so that for a time I was and stupid On the advice of a friend I began using PUIsIThe kidney secretions lad been disordered and irregular and contained a heavy sediment but in a tho was clear and natural and the passages regular Gradually the ach ing soreness left mj back and then tho lameness I used six boxes to sure of a cure and the trouble has never returned Sold by all dealers 50 cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y There Ji no tfafactionkeethbnbeMdVv comfortable I hetstormLJPtyouW t ftuI J74jWAXMMOOP OJIZDCWTfflMG tuotoarauwr I II1OIN DressewFun foryouul aDd old May aolte It once then fall ten time Boy and make money ftsagenta- PiteelOc C5 ass 0 14iiriA ruUJ THE MODERN SCIENTlFJC EXTERNAL COUNTERIUJTAhT PICLp5 Ct INOIY WINE OF- r MIXED FARMING l FREE WHE three reiulu on tho a 4 Lan4ief CANADA Watnldcent ClimateFarmers plowing la iMf i L i shut ileoiet In the middle of Noremtor jiAll are bound to be morethsn PIeII4WIIthU c Seat results of the put seasons Uarrests Extract r Cdal wood water bay In bndflCSlCbOO1I = churches markets cdnTeolent i Tbllli tile era JlJWwbeat ApplY forlnfor S i Uon to scpimsTKinixT or lumoiUTtoir Ottawa or to autbortiedCana4la fIef ernmentagents WILLIAMS Law DulWInj Toledo O UtntlontMtvaptr HEADACHE J 1CAfttEIST regulate the SIWl PILL SIWL lOSE CARTERS INaVER In all Its BalM cleanses and heals the membrane ottlcklr eud b these lattte rills f Eating f XoToagus Dowels Purely Must Bw diseased Cream Balm Is placed Into over the membrane and Is absorbed BaUefUlar a euro follows ItIsnot IMS ezlne large Size 80 or by mill j FLY BBOTIZEES 80 Wanea Street Kcte S6 J AND 1 via Every Day Feb 15 to April T 1908 Colonist rates to all In Ute nortnweat Iroza SHORT ROUTE TIME SMOOTH ROADBED liTourist Cars a Inquire ot J G G A 120 JACKSON BOULEVARD CHICAGO ILL W I s0vianssAT Hun in cnll drro Born 55 york City j A Dz Po Q AN 2116 of the A sUck sure and always ready cure or tubes at all and deal era or by mall on of cents In aUmpa WAIT TILL TIlE PAlM COMTS sup to other and will blister the most skin The and of this article are wonderful- It will the at once and and An for pains In the chest and and all Neuralgic and complaints MFG 17 NEW YORK CITY V ATI t09t51t Homestead fiItt H 1 SICK PosItively t- In Pain UY iijGeirauw FacSimila Signakn cREFUSE SUITITVTEtCT Nasal CATARRH Elys Cream 1tcnrescaarrhnddrlYe5sway The7tisoreeYS2J zdigestkluD4 ApsrteettasW iDrr thsnotxiIsipSI and notprodace cesUrtDMSJ glits TrIalSIzeIOcestL PORTLAND lV NORTHWEST WITHOUT CHANGE UNION PAOIFiij Chicago 3300 Sleeping Specialty W NEIMYER Fo- pRheumatismt I Liniment Slogans L4 painallaying Rheumatic WESTERN MOTHER GRAYS FOROIilLOREN SWEETPOWDERS 1Certain Curs for FayerishieM Constipation HeaeheTrouble TeePI JIwitPtnooldlefllPATENTS Ji49page book nJ heat refeien rITzumw Wublntoa KE ci CAPSICUM VASELINEExtract Pepper PluS safe painin collapsible druggists receipt IS pojtare BOUT Superior plaster not delicate qualities stop toothache relieve Headache external remedy stomach Gouty CHESEBROUGH CO STATE STREET thlsTORPID Caress mustard curative ANTIGRIPINE T1IS GUARANTEED TO CURE SRIP IAD COLD HEADACHE AND NEUMLIIA wont iell AntlGrlplno to a dealer who wont Gaaramteej It Call for four MONEY IIACJt IF IT CIJKK I WDienzcrDMsamdaeiurerHpringeZd Re c After Suffering for Three Years writes Mary E Shelton of Poplar Bluff Mo and trying two doctors for female trcublo In vain I was finally laid up In bed for about five weeks and was near to death when I bean to take Wine of Cardu fi In a week I was up and have mended ever since I have only taken three bottles and now I am In good health and can do my housework without z pain My custom Is now regular I can truly say 4tCardul cured me and I cannot recom mend For head ache fitful pains All nothin which breath Blood money earthy Wash Wash years dazed urine make end 8UMI giriscan Canada stages soothes mediate drjki points PAST T orany Sciatica BOMT that CAOTIJ 4 4 1 4 k I Il c i r WINGSVJLLE OUTLOOK ti fi 4t1 OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OW1GSV1LLt KY I I cADVANGEPiiJF11 I t y II Subscribers desiring change of r address should s Rays give previous address when writiug- Correpondeote when out of sin I tionerr should mention fact on a separate slip of paper t No Commission is allowed to any body on subscriptions THE OUTLOOK is sent one year for one dollar six months for fixtyi- centu tUreo months for thirtyfive ettg iOi THURSDAY MARCH 8 IDOC dt b 1 THB Ky House by a votn of 67 to 25 passed the Legislative Redis 1t i tricting bill Rails and Fleming will flock together wbile Rounn I and Menifee will form a district t 4i4 That ii gerrymandering Jo i UP to Monday morning the Ky l rSeflr had pMSsedSibillatlieHoufe Hnd both h nsea25of which 1 llrtS Governor has sighed 14 non4 Jieltig of especial interest to the Common people except tlie Dog law t1f TTtore were only eight more work- ingI days from and including 3lns 8l rtdy fur this General Assembly to 4 4i finish its business It la hoped lhIt will be friable to gct anoth J etWIl through both houses except J that it be to repeal owe non ensi t caMaw already on the statute book l t GEl WARBEK Kciren who rep r8fQttb Springfield 0 districtll rithE U So House hns introduced f i a abiU to cut down the reprcMnta e dun from the Sogjiern Slates in Congren because their reetric therOt orpfogrotabfcaultt two negroes shot a white man Gen Keller IB bbing un frnercifulIy badgered about the sit 4 uution ill his own State but he explains it by faying bad negroei from Kentucky have mostly caused I 1 44a1 4 c1 rlccttIli rif uertt 9 i the indictment of 4 1 Jiidn lui mei Uargie Eilwarrt Cal J i4than B Fultn Kctflcb and some I other on the charge of implia idO1t iu the murder of J B Mir 1 u JjJdge RqbertRiddleiefng a1 t CpIdthe prisoners bail but vacated t vie eDOU on the defendants claim Vt that he could not give them J 1 fnlr4rlal Governor Beckhamap iftlnted Judge JL Pone of k We tern Kentucky to tryrth easel t V He admitted the three noted pris j finer to temporary ball in 10 OOP each on the ground of the InIIi rit a ry condition of the Jail 1 whfch wonly twenty by twenty flvo Teetiibd contained twenty Wgbt prUonere The defendant St r wTi tlljtTr1j rp ft i n change of ueIrIoJI1 Tqwbihl IUtaX dogN one dollar eici bOd kill Jill dog von which the b x Jf1nt pid wa signed by the f 3oernor sad wilLJ tho Javr when i V fttiii a5tSOVr comes around agnin iJko 44t5XjVtfl gointo a fund tcq lg Fhleep pwfterfunnprpperprocl Y c iheep lay dogs The r r l tSIit3eu u C 1 her pay orl1ue i 4 i rr jeur dog killed the provisIons are ircoiLricL liatno untaxeddog canI s f Wicape Qn the other hand the tax l laiddog ii property the same n 5 sheep and protected the same e other property The law makes r f taflsh71oraperson to knowing 4 A t a it all inn the General Aweably will enact I worse or IBM reaionable lawg but ibis law IB going to arouse hasp Miiy to its enforceaent d 4VILi THE House of the Ky General Assembly passed the great Revenue 1 tMll byavute of 58 to 32 There L ate aay absurd features in it and a litherptnat are onerous to legiti na uIineps Fu instancpdealers + in erjtun nrticles are required to L pyfeBseibt area oraciTcally I iAi It rlthlltJto JaB follows Playing 1csr4s 10 plstiU llOOdruggiBtB to ahlA UquorB fltjiO pacitingnua cUugbtrrhousesSOc on each 8100 if gross apiiBtreceivfdcigarettB JIr cigarette paper 810 cifcus IiJ i J pe1nIHOtfraRd epar4eexhibtInnsek sI o w IIot ja hieessdI2alI5 If the hIll btoae ii lair there c 1 twIll beileeaud tofcn ii playing erka e4ieahyIuL6uIsvllle I VCMeqM4I7 wheii people want lkoaei fhf will wnd there z j J1 foir tbe iBriMrtjjrpibably to the 1 f y aaiIorderheweiis Chicago and i elsewhereouieliheStste1and local iind entukvpaershnts will Jose nil the proltrhf tbetrade payBiSOrtHwri en piesnlpou and cant jriapftayjtb the mloons In h- elHat trfe etie ux ft 1rae1 iI1prp ihIJ rJ tcc 5Te a xpiL pickltig houses jp 1b ffact ally a taT pa the coniiiBeri c reatB far tbepa en will cer c tshtlyPHVtIp theprJceofthe r predwctB to cover the tax Tl1etIS8 cigarette dealers is prkIbltcJVtO mbstof them 1 1be tax OB circuses is prohibito i rj to tbemaIl ones tbat visit the TeragecouBlrj town arid if the peeplgetto see a circus they will y 2 bays to go to a few bigpUcea wlierey railroad bowi exhibit 1a isf prediction that tbr lIIbilFIl Hboy reepeets will defeaV fkeJHtof1 ihtUwaaakers as well aiVlt1I aboltitely calJit- liWHJH te yaypf4JneeVr s t a t p sI lr a AAI i f 1ir lr1 t1 I rr i JcI a It 1 i p i r i f1r i ift I4 J r r I J t j1 f ViVT- I4TUB U S Senate Gommittee put the Phillippioes Taritl bill to sleep forever Tho standpatters want it understood that the Philippines are gnltnwelltI I to IT is ruled in Chicago that when person IB very tiok and refuses medicine that person hallt be compelled by force to tnke what h prescribed That is go ScientlsltlIExGnv IInCG of Texa a short time before bin death made the unique request that no other moo S uniont be placed at his grave titan u pecan tree tit tho head undIwalnut tree at tiiejoot and when the trees shall beiir the nuts to beI distributed among the plain people to be planted in order to mxkeTexae H lund of treerAWASIIINOTOS ditpaiuh says that the Kentucky Congressmen liavn orgMnizedrt fight on tim hoar of the HouHe to have restored tothe Spproprintinn bill the provision appopriutine 210000 for garden seeds for f rae distribution For statesmanship nrfi statesmanship thats the rule urtlckle but they ough also to fight for an appropri allan for distributing free hits nr other indispensable articles of clothing for both sexe- sCORRESPONDENCE Upper Flat Creek All of John M Doyles family are sick with measles is J Steele sold his cropof to bacco to Hisle of Mt Sterling at 6c John Hampton of Carter county hat rented n house of A G V Cook und will remove his family here shortlyV Springfield John CrQw and wife were in Mt Sterling Tuesday Mrs Ed Taylor visited in Mt Sterling Saturday Mrs Lucy Smathers has return ed from a visit to Owingsville J ss Turner and RaymondSmath erd were in Mt Sterling Tuesday- J T Flemingund family movctV i to a farm near Carlisle last welk HowardThompsnnofSh rpsburg I VbaaCOD Toe Anderson and Miss Pearl Quiet were married in Mt Sterling ThursdayMiss Prewitt returned to her home near Mt Sterling Sun day after a shnrtjyisit to her sis 1ter Mrs Leonard Robinsou Hlllsboro GrangCitye h Born to Thpraas Raymond and w1tZdaughterV VY Mrellotic Paris condition remains unchanged t sJam McMantis arrived Monday from Decatur IIVProf J W Hunter closed his 6chgt here Friday Mrs Marl Markvrell moved to Mason county last eekV Mrs JUdith Emmnns aecom pan ieder on and family to their nu v home it Mt Sterling The remains 01118 JttB Cal vert paReed through hero en route to Eden Chapel Saturday jRtielgh Myers fennd mother inlivwaTriy d lust wee frphj 1111 riolstotnkepoRc8sionof the home jllLey recently UhtV OlympIV Miss EttleS warts husbcenslc- klIornto William S arts undwif t March 2Vu girl Jeff Swarts Iwent IWct Vir ginia to work Monday David Swans is very sick worse than he has been for some time Jeff Hovermale sprupg his ankle las week and is walking on crut her Miss Anna Jackson was the goert of hr sister at Owingsville Sunday VVVMrp Ida Jackonvlelted her paN eats ne fr Juekijoajr school house Su f jVv V tolietYounigof Farmer was the guest tJIls brother Clyde and asidwIfeSudajV Oscar Staton returned to Illinois Friday after months stay with b18parentsbareV k Little May Swans jumped off a wagon onto a rsty nail andls suf fering very much- Everybody St remember we have prayer meeting every burday- IIndSuridlDlghte Chap McGlothin who moved tllI Mt Sterlinga few months ago tmoved back here last week Little Miss Nellie Clayton7of Salt Lick was the guest ofher atint MisB Clell McGlpeson Dr Clark bought 20 acres of land from Charleji Kejrof b4Ing ton adjoining George SvartsjaRoy Jackson of Louisville wise the guest of hie parents JK Jacko sonmnd wife Saturday and Sun day VDrC1srkrnovedtopurebtsed of G W Young KJlyde Young moved to the Dr Ball prop jtySLeonard Spencer of Sweelwater III has beets here the past week to 1cerMiM Lizzie HunterrGt Elliott county who had bern thdguet o her brother John aUlotertreltan ed jjojjic Salqrday j j i5 1VV VV4V VV 1f VIVV 41 1 Upper Prickly Ash Johnson Stone is poorly with la grippe is Mrs James Buckhanucn is un- gcrouBI ill- Alinanza Stone sold five shouts T J Carr at 9 per head Mrs Nancy Shrout Iris been on he sick list fur several days Almanza Stone bought a cow and calf of Will Atchison for 25 Hiley Ciiandlor sold some shoots to C AUtid at SJo per pound K S Hamilton of Roes Ri n spent Sunday afternoon with R L tone anJ wife Charlie Hums and sister MJBP Lueyof Flat Creek spent Sunday their aunt Mrs Martha Mats cy T U Carr and sister Miss Fan- nlollf near Mt Sterling visited relatives here several days first or tho week James Shrout of near Sharps burg visited Mrs Nancy Shrout Saturday and T J Peters and wife1 of Bethel visited htr Sunday Crooks Sam Crooks has pneumonia- Mrs Bob Eldridgo remains quits sick W W Nixon and wife aro both on the sick listIJ D Turley of Salt Lick Will here Monday on business Johnnie Mack of Clark county visited relatives here lust weekV Dick Wecdon wife and son Mt Sterling are visiting relatives here Davo Gilbert of Midland City was here several days last week on businessS Johnson bought Turner Stulls and Alf Sorrells crops of tobacco at 7uper pound Mrs Will Sattcrfield and two sons of Chestnut throve visited Tom Satterfield and family Saturday and Sunday JefTDavis moved last week toMid land City j U F Parker to the house vacated by Davis George Barnes of Chambers Station mov ed to his home here Slato Valley Lucie Ulery is convalescent from SUie measlesV Lottie Czrrns r is convalescent frtfi the measles Rol and Carl Manley returned from Ashland last week Carroll Sncdegar lost a pocket book containing 46 between Forge Hill and Butler ioyr 7Jo Sncdegar wife and children have been visiting the formers mother Mrs Melissa Snedegar for several days Sam Conyers family hits mens lea also RobertBaileys familyand if is feared that luswifo is going into pneumonia flyVVurreno1Craigs5nre t of Mrs Chris Garner who Is er Qk1y iLltheaslesV Died Feb25at liar sonGcorges- itku it Creek after a short Illness pnniiuonin Mary the beloved wife of Isaac Clarkaged 73 years Deceaseds maiden name was Mur Toy She was married to Isaac Clark 58 years ago Of that union were born eight sorts all living bu one Johnof ar Preston Goorge James and Gould of Flat Creek Sum of near Olympian Springs Robert of Randolph county Mo and Jo of near Owingsville Butler died when IS years old with pneu monia Besides the even sonsthe aged husband survives to him w t mpathyShelebrother Mrs Sam Shultz Mrs ToyDesoasedof the Methodist church and dIet in the full triumph pt that faith May God comfort the bereaved arid lonely old husband in his saduf fiction A FUIENU Pebble Charley Hornback soldVj work horse furVWill Routt was here one day last week on business Tollio Turner visited in Fleming county last week Clay Whllton sold a nice mare lust week for 140 r ofITym A ridrscinorl a much dbir Vie mother for 10 IN Powell sold to Omar Wilson a nice bunch of shoots at 6Jc George McKee bought a mil CQW of Wm Anderson for 32 T Sant Perkins visited friends t Carlisle and Lexington last week- Wm Hawkins sold an 8 yearold ware to Tbeopbilus Routt for 50 Wm Anderson loft last week for popeston III to wake his home A a Hendrix and EG Wood and were at Maysville last week on business Mrs Flora Emmons visited the SaturdayRnd Ever Vthing sold high at the sale f Silas Woodard last Saturday Silas has billed COT I arlon lad Mrs Emma Woodard returned home lust week after a tendays visit with friends at Marion and Anderson Ind Leslie Hendrix moved to his fathers farm last week and John E Stewart moved to the farm he- ought of Leslie Hendrix Walter Johnsons yearold dHUjjlitrr Ida May was badly burn IRkingfiretJ tflI8VQYCTC1 though notfiitnl Y 1 t F 2 ri VVVV VV VVV I J LVV- r 4 J cfr Granb f F Taylor Bradley bought Huiarc of L Havens for 60 T J Havens hiss rented Arnpcrly of Mrs Mariali Eden nod will wove there this week 1 N McClain anl futIj left Thursday for Hoopesltrtivjlllinois to make that The wolf was again sijon lat Monday morning on J n Now ninno farm by Taylor Stor y Bud Colllvers childretuftro quite poorly with whoopingcough anti men tiles Also Kd Colliv1 chill- irn are quite poorly with 1Jlllllping coughEd Fanning nod sister MaBoone Ingrain of Moores Ferry attended the funeral of the infant sun of Mr and Mrs Aar6fr Imii i rg Friday morning B F Sop r of Brambtett visited W T Gulliver and family Sunday and Monday Ho was UCCVOIUPStU1VS ed home by his son been attending school here Vro Boyd of this place moved to hie farm ho bought of John Gall neap Sunset this week Bruce Harmon of near Hilebor moved to tlie house vacated by Briyd Wm vacatedIby McGlain IDiell Thursday nionfing of whoopingcough the flj rvtuks old son of Mr and Mrs Aaron Fann ing of this place All the atten lion that could be was given hut God knew best The sorrowing parents have the sympathy of all shouldrn loved one is resting in the arms of Jesus SaitLick I Rtt1iIfoCOwingsvllier Mrs French McCarty is visiting sChswbers Station Born to Town Marshal j Harvo Unmes and wile a son Miss VeRa Cannon of OIhmi- visited her aunt Mrs ChusJuytoi tI SuudayVGeorge Cox andriteof Cnrbin are visiting the formers mother Mrs Sallie Fitzgerald f i Mrs Emory Caldwell audIchit Urea left for their future hono in West Virginia Monday Ira RfidclilFe IIHS returnee from FiTnylvuniB where she nleiided the burial of her mother Mis fiflie lg returned from tWQweeks visit in Ashlana and Springfield O SaturdisyVV4 JR Buys and wife neet Miss Canon Alfrey were hers Monday en route to Huntington to locate The lIntel RallilFchtn edXiand8 tbepustweuklre sJiickiion tj iking pos esoion of the hotel sin Jijf KatlilF moving ruujhie house vrt cated hy Jsiksss Jfiititr III Irc have gone to VInchesieiV We were sorry to learn of the death of Mrs Thomaf U Rajj jand which occurred at her liono iii 1IIrDerslin tile night uf MnJcIi ThJ8 well known Judy WlliItIIVld and respected by nil built tie i and poor and was noted fur lierfispi tulitj and the old home place nh Raglund oil lnldwtsa resort here lckrand kindness dispensed The inter rllIIIthusband wilt hud preceded be only a few ehort year Aarg e crowd gathered to add the jus i sad tribute of respect to one wlviita all loved und raaiiy prettyi1rulclFei ings were sent Moores Fdrrv Undo Harry Wills is sick jHerbie Cassity sold 6 ole hogs to Clyde Shrout at 5cV W E Flood bought a rnilcljcow ofJLDownsfor25 Many horses and mules in Uhls section have distemper f Mrs Win Word of none Raiie Rowan countydiedSaturday night imRfovingfencing Chas Atchison sohJnsow and three sboatn to Richard Vanlind ingbam for 10 E 0 Kimbroll WE Flood and Theodore Shrout attended theBush SaturrEd Funning and sister MrsB L Ingram attended the funeral of their brotherEarns child atGrahge City Thera is some talk of havinga sCbfuhousoCore Auctioneer Kimbrell returbed Friday from Powell county whjere he cried a sale for J H Ingle is going to New Mexico j Infhepike 10rpropertyanything else Delayed iIWillie Highley who has had tho fever is better iIM IBS Bertha Horseman has been very sick with la grippe but is btter Coot Shrout sold GW Loojc nane one 650 lb heifer at 3c per pound E C Kimbrell has been appoinft ed postmaster here and moved tleIofllce from 1 F Razors Born to Clay Reeves and wifb g141TheMiss Brownie Dickens of Flem ing county wont to visit her sisflr A qqda Ju 1IIoe5a few ut- Oil Ai jJ r J i 1i i J rt 1 r 1 v t1 AVft i1 f IcVVVVpSV- ttj VV4SV VVI bzN h srVThere one several horses in tiis k part that bavu diatempi r severely Ill John flog ru Chris tn Tliotptuc Razor and Willie Sprout wej t to Illinois to work tho earning stint mc r Ringos Mill VII C Hurst is vory ill Mrs Vm Emmons 5s better Jamc Davis and wife loft Fob 28 for Fithian III to make their home Miss Brown Dickcn of ColfaxH vicinity left last week on n vital toy friends in Illinois James James and Chits Williams left for the Welt lust week to re main until the fall work is over Several from tins part attended Court at FleiningsburgMonday report cattle high and mules and horses low- Married Mnrcli 1 James Phelps to Miss Maude Estill May their life bo ono of happiness is the wish of ye scribe The young ladies of thoFairview Christian Church gave a box social last Thursday night The proceeds amounted to 13 and will go to wards buying an organ for the church Tho community should feel grateful in having these noble workers in their midst Upper Flat CroeK J B Turley is convalescent George Clino is very sick with gripV Henry Orme sold his tobacco to lisle IIt8ic R 0 Lane sold and delivered his crop of heibp to Ml Sterling par- tiesat 5Jc per lb W C Glover purchased a loin of corn of W P Oldham of Mt Sterling nt 2 50 per tairrelV Miss Lucy White and Mrs Milton Kincaid of inn Sterling were guests of Wm MoOre and wife last week This section was visited by quite i8uow storm last Tuesday The snow was quite deep and many huge drifts were cautedby the high wind The mercury only reg istered 16 degrees below fretzing A double wedding was solemniz fed at UwingBville Thursday alter noon at tire residcncbof and b v Elder B H Ross the contracting parties being W Frank Jones and Miss Lavonfa Warders and George DsnnseIl and Miss Ante Warders neighlJUrhoodllJeIItire MSI erg lien o Henry Warders They are bright handsome and industrious and the young men are spoken of us being worlhy of tIre prizes they have won AlPare wished much happfaess by their many friendsV Stoopsr J U Trimble sold to L Sid liar a hog weighting 602 Ibrf ut 5Jc per III VV J M Billappie staId to K Reid of Dtnvillc a line yuungmrsufo f300 if Theres one good thingisbosj I advice a pvriiuh ducsnc have to take it tMlsa Mary Prcwitt of Soiner el visited her sister MrsLenRoqLTson lain week Miss Sallie McDonald began her spring term ofschool Monday with a fair sized attendance Irat U J IL- Gillaspic and children visited her mother Mrs Kate Smith Saturday and Sunday Mrs James Gregory was taken very ill with pneumonia Saturday but was slightly better Monday Wo had no mail two daysLas t week owing to the Van Thompson pike being blockaded with snow dnittsVFarmers have been delayed break ing their sod The acreage of tobacco in this neighborhood will be a liltlo above tho average James Watson is seriously ill with pneumonia There hiss been more pneumonia in this section this winter than ever known before Kentucky will spph be a full of laws Wo think a good law would bo ono preventing the legislature from making so many laws Lila there anvthing sweeter that a baby asked a fond mother of a young batjcb ErrI dqr tknoureplied he tsometimei thinkIV babys 18 yearold sister is sweet or4t- Moving hns been going on brisk ly Those who have moved to and from a distance are John Grooms to Jefferson ville James Piersall to tfnle Simpson MoClain to Salt lick George Ferguson to Win le8ter and Jesse Morgan moved erelrpm North Middletown OKia The sickareallon ttiemendV Born to Mote Sorrel and wifoa sonJameeDcnton and Isaac Flora remain sick Frank Reed purchased a milch cow of Tom Hunt for 35 James Anderson bought a heifer calf of Frank Reed for 15 Robert Wbittbn bought a horse Cain Trumbo for 10550 Mote Sorrell sold a sow and 8 pigs to Jeff Atchison for S30 Timothy hay is selling in title neighborhood at 60o per cwt Michael Hedrick purchased u yoke of oxen of Bill Adams COII 80VAllen Campbell moved Tadt week nto the house of Andrew McLain deceased Ivido daughter of Frank Reed who was dangerously ill with pneumonia is unending Allen Campbell and RobtMeLriio purchased the farm of the Andrew o MoLain heirs for V25Q0I dft i 7V 11 c Tiji f 1 Nallitf Purkins moved into his ouse here 1nl week which he pur chased of Ed Andt rsoh Robert McLain will live with themV Miss Ellen Denton of Fleming county came some dats ago to be nl the bedside of her farther James Denton who was very ill with pnonmhistV f Trumbo Snedegar purchased to jacco crops as folloivs of R IC Gray and George Gillu pie at 8CO per hundred of James Stephens and sons at To per lbVSamuel end Hugh Highland of Carlisle Mrs Charles Hedge and brother Wesley Highland of Indi unit were guests of B S Jones und wire one night recen th- yStopstono Mrs Eliza Gondpnstcr who ha been very ill with heart trouble U some better B F Myerr Jr and wife of iwington spent Sunday with CB Reid and wife I T D Carmichael moved toBour hon county Saturday and will Crop there this year James Foster of Kansas City is visiting his sister Mrs Susan Jmes and famiiy here Miss Lizzie Hart of the Farm is vbitlnghtrbrothetihh- Rich Garrett Jr and famiy Alex Karrick and family spent Sunday with his father Tisotue- Karniek and familyon SuIt Wel- lJeasieCarpenterandClaudeGnod poster loft Thursday for Chebanse III where they will work tire com ing seasonVJ R Connner and son Earlr Thompson are irene visiting his brothers W A and George Conner forafewdaysMiss brother Joe and Wm Steele of Russell nro bet visiting Mr Steclos parents another relatives of iris Wm Burns and wife and Mi Mary Gulloy ol laId Eagle were here visiting W JLllwson and MiltnnGulloy nail families several days last week J T Foster and familywho hai been in Arkansas for the past eil years returned to this placeFridry Air Foster aniiJiU wife lire in bit d health rind will visit around Kentucky for the coming year lWVB Henry has been housed up with the grip for the last few day His slaughter Miss Hrooksie bus two ducks that have laid 68 eg upturQUV Who can beat thai Ills wire sand children spentMonday u week witli J E Crmichn1 were accompanied by Mrs J 11 Slyors and ehilu Moving iqVuhiV tire go now Joe Ray going lo hllIht B K MvVr ln nro tead rh9U Tnrley tn tle house ten lIrlhV M t Ray t Ill Ii ITurley homestead W TOnlllt- o tho Mockabee home iend whlt i wife inherited WVi Wite- ngnintnl he B FGarpentir1 hoir Ie vacated by Mr IonqhewR II Lntle came biiek to iris fiirm which wt q vatated Iy J FWiUonwho mi vi iver oh Spencer accompanied h his sun Robert and family wli CII rue from Flora Mrs ti un Jones rnoveiHnto her property bought of IMIMC Karriik ittisiwhici lias tee ssc upledhy Capt W T Pelfrl for the last year tire Captain bad to break up housekeeping until ii railroad builds him a houte hii wife goijig home to her people at Grayeon and he branding with A J Masterson RIch Wilson and family moved to A hville 0 Mrs Maggie Hart anti family to theRe Igo place at tire topofSaltWell hi in the Shelby Goodpaster land the Thin Cassity house she Vacated bating been bought by MrsGeor Pendlt ton fr300 oahJWJobn Ion and family of Brighton into the J A Donohew house on the Keith farm IisoWhyrOE do sort people insist on talking about the neighbor Because answered Miss Cay enhetdey take it for granle JthelrI- t neighbors are talking about them and want to make sure of getting evenJrEx HEARD OvER TOE WmERMr Brown had just hoda ln connection tsade between his and houseand wasvery much pleas cd with itVI tell youSmlthlie Tallsllying this telephone business is a won detful tiling I want you to dine willIBrown speaking through Ui tejephoneMy friend Smith will dine with UP this evening pluinIMrs Browns reply came back with startlingdlstinietnessV Ask your friend Smith if he thinks we keep hotehEx LAUGHABLE DEFINITIONS Many children are eo crammed with ev erything that they really know nothing In proof of thi8rend these veritable specimens of deflni- tionc written by public school chil drenVStability is taking care ofIstable Amosquito is the child of black and white parents Monastery is the place for mon Store Tocsin is something to do with getting drunkVExpostulation isVtO have the smallpox Jannibleis two brothers who killed each other in the Bible Anatomy ift the human body which consists of three parts tho head the chillt and tile stummick The head contains the eyes and braIns if any tho cbist contains the lungs and a piece of liver The stiimmiok is devoted to tho bowels f which there arc five ne II u sotHclirfles vInly Ex VVVVVVV 4 A I1 VV CtA l0 f5 2 1 li Jy orJ t J aitf II1VV t5 ciTAXES l SALE Monday MCH 12- 1906 the undersigned xviI- a I offer for sale at public out cry at the Courthouse IVdoorcounty Kj to secure the payment of delinquent taxes the property named belowIIrrWO Dollars Are added to each amount named to cover expense o Ifadvertising SHARPSBURO NO1 Bell adjBolt 15 21 Johnson IIt1sll acres adjJohii 300dBETHEL Arnold Mrs Sallitr 7 acres ndj ssJ P Hendrix 75 atlJltt 00 Boyd Mrs Catherine U acres Adj Mrs Frank i Rogers 1 15 Davis 1avltl 10 acres idi eo V ltsrnerV 2 Gray Austin acre ndJ Clay DQItH ihIktrrigcUomback Elizabeth a acres InaelJ David Davis I 5 Mrs IlIlbllIii Htcresad Powell Hcddinj 340 l adjOlayHurst Sf Plum u r II Y house and lutVIn South Sherliurno 30 IIROtr Wnntl acres udjDvitlV 10Iart4jSABalIe 560 Stusnjer Yr 8 acres jA B JieiulrjxV J15 TerjturutStphIetshIsliseunflV1otin 41W Willson EliwbetbAiacregindj VHMClanaban 2 K ncEs4ntJSarutlurd 700 vyotisqV tr1H 3d Mary tloslIjttMULVraLc lIT 1 acrc r jV DivIuLVV t1ttstIauir1ViYisyI J Jius n S acrSVaij JVtl 1 VICCV iIiglihy j u Ias DIGavrs 11ft IInRun Ore Ci 217 NWtr Porn a acres tfdJ9Pfi larkerV 240 ridjOcoStsmt iw RttwliiigsVag Sacros IW- Ie Wells Krank20 acres ntj Van LoyV 51 WHITE SULPHUR Barbpr Julio t mljWriylit 11111 Jtwinjr RecruIt Mrs Mary nsr4Oacres adj JErTlorlss1Inrr- Crouch 70 huiiiiiu M i5neres 2MIFrederick Gao 1 aero adj Jas LoweV CO Flood I C2S1cres adj AW CC5n111ndj R M Crouch 101 90 Horseman Albert Ji 100 acres adj Mason Garner C25 Taylor I 0- 0leYlcJus Ml ucro adj 00 275irJWHam 97 Warren Ed 4 acres ndj Dave StatenV SOU adjflose 275 McCarty Enos 23 acres adj Anderson McCarty 2 t5 McCarty French house and lot in Stilt Lick 7 Mansfield Jacob C 35 acres adj 395cadjJames 217 Robinson Mrs Judith Ann 115Iadj Lewis Adams 980 pencerlarrthheIrs1aere atlV JHMazB E- OOWINGSVILLE NO 6 Burns 0 W house and lot In Olympia 145 Carpenter LevI 28 acres adj Late Stull VOS Erabry C F 350 acres ndj Cad Ingram 975 luljCad 12 15 Fortune James 40adj Ed Mar shall 1 00 Garland John 25 acres adj Thos Crabb 2 75 Henderson Fronklot inOlym pia 60 Henry Dan 22 acres adj Tho ReffettV 2 45 Hunt Jeremiah 4 acres ndJ Foley Warren 2 15 Jackson Mary heirs 40acres adj Thos ReffettV 116 Jackson Colema lot inOlyra ploV 3 SO Knox Charlie 25 acres adj Thus CrabbV 45 McFearson Mrs Lucinda lot in Olympic 1 10 McKce Mrs Dixie lot inOtvVingsville 2 80 Richardson James 60 acres adj Louisa Stull heirs 1 75 Swartz James lot in Olympia 2 10 ShroutMrs Martha JG2 acres adj J P CophietV 3 50 Sparkman John S ICO acres ndj Thomas Reffett 275 Sexton Mandy 1ncrel1j Mary Sexton 35 Thompson J B W 1140 acres ntlj MitticTapp 12 itl J 4 0 f 2 I r1 S JJ Zr j p cr rI f L Sacac4ttl 7 4 IVINGSt1fE4ENO6 Caai iiy ThonlaF 13vacren adj Mary J UttettsnekV i 90 Oarperitfr Enianuel iO tIres t fadj Harvy CnrpcguterVV lendrsThsisVllhU 1 itrFa 341j r 1 Frank Hendrix 243- UattonUobt 1 28 uriidjAeeV y PurviH 275 UUIrp lt9llhi G43ucnisJ of Lint GioverV 1illlieullerry Eltrl 35VVees tlj ItimCnsityV 9 IHeiol Mrs Mary t aero artj y Marsh Stone 49 j Stephen Peler H 200 acrea nllj It IILIIne21 50 OWINGSVILLBNOUCQLORED Milltr Liini lit iu Owings t 45 i ihIe oM r Peters Jut lot in QafingJ villo 1004 255 1JJ05 2l15 j 1 Wlntiv Wash 90 acres adj I L2 Pllr OukleyV 275- iiEriiEL COLORED 190G Brown Lewis house and lotV 1 in Bethell5SETH BOTTS S B C 0 tJOB FRIXTIXO Remember that f rITOE OUTLOOK IS prepared to print letterhead notoheade billheads uVjtateraents enTeiofee1cnrtls labels receipts invitations and nLIVVSQrVVIVV t11ft 3 jtn trtrrl1 t f stock in tostefoi style o the rapet 1reasonable prices Compare our work with that turned OuC by any lot office and you will1 find it to your aivantagoVtoVhaveVtrs do your worklWealo print poster dVpamphlets nod everything usually turned out by a c tI nry job allies fWe have on hand ttrpnIEtrt any 4iuatitity blank deeds mortgages J Vj lessee snd other blanks PUBLICS 4 1 will sell at public alictlon tcV JjJOlite highest bidder atmruranthree miles eat of Slinrpsburg on the Owingsville pike pu Tuesday jiChV13 l 1the1w5yeartItj rnarasI our ilr oh1frltuttle l yearlhigVtnults 57 sheep lambs shorthorn luilla lObrlOI1 rt mwl Duro boar 5 tons of clenit tlmiUhy nn mower2tsHyrIckx tolnieco 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