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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 5 r r T t x ar Iv s s e t Y r 29 I r r H r y JpPtjHSi f11 L f r hr r l1 t H JJ f 2n h feaj S A If t J a v4 P r J1f i rbi I Ik- tv14t f t oslt L AI r rfI ifUIR 4 jjI J1 4tk2 t I Y r1fta r 1iT j b1 II 1 t OJ Try H rr r J IT f r f r r r CJ cf1PJ rfi l Y JFY yjtf fffi f m f t7 i Y i J J 1r r r ji f Ir i f to Y U t 9 t f A6 r e ifJr lr r r jrrfJj11 VOL XXVII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH I 51 I 906 I 1fi f l1fi J i r S 1 fl1j t tt 1 4 1 L 0 flt J w a i r y If t l ia 4 H or 4 I j I i I 4 w r J lft Jf f iit d to VI 4 ttI f tiq 4 0 IF I Ia 4 s 1 71 44 1 I iP I t I Ir 1 a 0 t tth f tn 1 f- 1tf 1 7Il o i11 t7 f r J 1 i 1 It t I t 0 pJ 7 jJo1 Sewing niachiicB sold on reason 5 j able terms bylhld Brother J The Elwood woven fence in all fwi F rieights for sale by Hud Htother i Bring red ticket No iSland got i j Iiatrack at Hctlins Racket Store h FOR SALK Two ehowcftseB as o good as now Apply at OortooK- O O III CO 1BudHrother sells Leader Cook 4 i the kind you want rThehat racks that E W Hcf store is giving away are beauties FORSALE6 to 7 tons clover 4 j hay stacked in barn Apply to v John W Honaker The auction of tho Jofin W Markland stock or goods will be continued next Saturday Ratliff Bros sold to Theodore Shrout of Moores Ferry n house and lot in Salt Lick tar 100 Fon SALE Inonograph in first olais condition with number of records Apply at this office This is the time of year to have TOE OUTLOOK job Office print your horse anti jack billa and cardti fcnBT Black sow weighs about Vl50 1hIrplit in one eaT Suitable S reward fur return to T J JonfrB B P Rocks Congress trn1n15 egga for 50c Here or Bald Eagle farm J W EMMONS V T S Shrout deteritt bujjclestur riftUl8 and al w unJertaker und em L haluier Owingsville Ky 2t Omar W Barber Attorney at r Law and Surveyor Office In Court 11Q18eJUDe 1 i CLOPIKO OUT SLuhegoodlJ I belonging to JnhnW Markland ure being sold at less than cost at hotel 1 Elder B II Ross will preach at the White Oak Church the fourth Kunday morning and night in this month If the fruit buds have survived Jim alternate spells of fpring und k wintnr weather they arc hardier l than they iiFtially are J- MBudBnither4 is receiving ca I Ziijdif Klarood Plain and lUrhe T wire fence whiebvhtf l ufferitijj w tIewrst rilling prices t iif ttlJlrttrcltS of J hb L t ri t SI B TrV COYLB Ih k3 I- 53cf II a rliib Umtben fzrmwaigtifll have j en better aetisfactltin on dl1 vchiile than any Wagon sliM in the ioiinty fur yearn Bud Brother Ihe Elwood woven wire tenor will turn chickens pigs and cattle 1I1 unit Ichtltp in prire us any fthlurgoudIczIcO VBua BrutU r ngeht JiiSncHlejsnr tHII inovea from near fibarpshurffJnto Ihe Wm Iathr m JII1I4t In the cafni suburbvncute- drwt4 ViivVanuT fhomed lothe i JhUIIewhere lather lived 7f1 FuBNiTUBP TS Shrout has a j cofiiplctc ntock f furniture and will i Ktll you what you need cheaper than r M v ftLl can get it tiUewhere for cash or credit 363tc1 r Robert E Damon of Betheland Annie LeoShroutof Hlllnboro tf Ir d married nt the residence of by Elder HlI Russ Vedncs of last week rAL CABH OB KBOJTr S Shrout Iho canli or eredlt man lias ou hands f w nwbug les to select train iil nty l r i rubbertired ones Rubbertired t L hfrum 4HV to 140 Any price steel tire thai vou want Cash or credit R B Brother told to W C Bur lm of Milan Tenn his 3year s old MalHon Adair Boy and red t I gelding by Red Cloudto same for price Bald to be 1250 for the two 1 T 11000 for Adair Boy f OOABANTKK I Bill stilt here dor j t lug basineunnd will make good any guarantee 011 any buggy ce Lts 1816 Ir your buggy does not w4ar as well BK it should If I sold 1tIo-youlJywIlllIe it repaired st my expense r 8fr3t S SIfROtJT f THE VsLTHcsMarch Is giving AV t 3 th Haunt assortment of weatherThe pant week there has been rain R- ltdjhIRe an6w and sleet warm and t enld weather On Monday tilght i1 j 1 rain tamed to sleet anti put a good t l coat 9flee on all outdoors The rnlrjr 41rt l l MgsEuzL GoeDrArrEk8tDEa 7After an illaeta of eevcr days 1 4 J Mrs Eliza GoQdp iterlaged7jifiiiu f 70 yesrv died Sat rdajiBoiltig Ht the u of her fco7iiButiif ctn iit tWIIUef ailment was heRr ttJ trouble She WII t the widow 1 rCataI Fountain Gnedpaster whi 1 varl years g61 The fol terillurJ0 an t1 i i IIof tfeat efection She was A Jt wclean BUcK eateened and Iked n hr e9 0 lll Yf Fes A Spgrao 8crtfJte but it t rlwaj the cheapest Have your l t Jkiiiiadebwanna I askr Brpwn of Philadelphia q1r 1 and yv will be sure of the bet HII rtii of aaioplei for suite Am r p1Itetfiasyveetuend spring over- Tt are reasona- Melt 4Vx J Can anti let ae take your jweaiare Sad have the garments f 1II81il dtiire and they t Hr Htiifaetpry in every I L er Rrt Mlt tagent for the i KLrenBle erebant tailors I JitEi Guiosr 4 4 i r y fr t y t 4 1 VS i IPERSONAL Dr P P Gudgoll was in Louis t tile luut week Clark Patterson of Mt Sterling was hero Sunday- C S Brother of Lexington was here Sunday and Monday Miss Leila Daugherty of Lexing ton visited Miss Lillian Daugherty the past week S J Fearing of Tccumseli Ala cuinu Saturday to spend n few day with Dr Oeo W GonneriDr J K W has located at Hoynoldsvlllo for the practice of his profession Missus Julia Elliott nUll Jl lerf Jackson punt Saturday with Mrs Fulton Green in Mt Sterling Mrs Nellie Rlount of near Moore fieldvisitud liar prontaJ UigeJlRflCO V Lauo and wife the past week Tlios McClliiiick and wifeof Mll Icrsburp wore guetitnof their ncnlu law T M Perry and wife some days the week jttledllulhtl1redncscfay from n visit to relatives in Mt Sterling V Miss Cuddle Keihm of Hillsboro 0 cnmn Saturday to conduct thu trimming dcparttneut in Bradbury tPowers millinery store Judge and Mrs C W Goodpaster went to Mt Sterling last week to visit Mrs Goodnasters imreits Air and Mrs J L ucAllater Miss Adelaide Irvin of Fleiiilngs bnrgrarrived Sunday to visit Miss Hthel flames mar Preston Clms Uurbel accompanied her Col U IJ Ewing was seen in hin holiday clothes and customary hap py smile goIng Prestonwards Monday presumably to visit tl Confed orate Home ut Ieewee hIey of i1icl3 flu is one of the trns oeo II Frank Perry left Tuesday for little Hock Arkansas to make his home This best wishes of his host of friends go with him for his bnppi nectiaid prosperity and the town regrets the Ipsa of a good citizen Nannie Dawaon who vaw atrVndiug school in Lexington was I1pfJellltlcllItiHer went to stay with her and brought her Ijoind Monday She improved so hat an opuratlon wasnt necessa ry Corn is gutting up to the mrk John Tincher liougbt u horse of Bah Coplier for f80aiHl a milch cow 0t155tb00 Milch cow ore in heavy dfinund nrid n good one will bring she seller own price There if tf nll cjuingsrrnm1 t t Iitt nrl t i lii i1iipi- n Llrlc WUt4 ri riIng tini- ejnec 1IDIED OK BUPNS4Mrs MaggiJ C ivrrt huVits burned at Slir JiurneRiime weeks ugo by the tXIlilorion Ifa lamp in the hands of rfer pnnfnlaw James Davis died the past week of her InJllryI BABI DznThe baby son one week old If Jell L Atcliion and vcllf of lower Slate Cr ek died Saturday morning and fraa burled Sunday at tie AtchiwirfTscaveyard They have the sympathy of many friends in their logo DIED AT PoiUiniusE A n d y Thompson aged about 65 jears died Friday at the Counly Poorhouse Andy was a gnodnntnred harmless man who uaed to afford much eport to the town children by playfully chasing them A PniLASTUBojisT T H Brown had the mud scmped offof the central part of the town streets last week ant hauled Ittl1 his farm or fertilizing purposes Mr Brown is a philantliropist and it ia hoped he will also find his pro fit in an increased yield of his land At any rate the own pedestrian culls him blest Next LIKELY FALSE Rusmt There were wild rumor hero Monday among the colored population that Bill Green and Cliff Warner two colored boys formerly of this town now of Ashland had killed each other either In Ashland or on tie westbound C kO trsin1buttbo- report couldnt bo verified up to Tneaday evening SlAREiAOE ELOPEMENT Rollie Manley son of Wm Manley and Miss Annie Hart daughter of Jhn Everett Hart all of Slate yalley eloped Sunday night to kY8v llc and got married return home Monday They were Tepompanied by Carl Manley and Miss Kosa Stone They have tha fpi wishes of many friends y NEw PA88ENOERLINB MitJoncB hat put on a passenger and freight vehicle fromOwingsville toM tSter ling leaving hero at 8 oclock a m and returning at 430 to 5 p mHe is doing a good buaincps as he charges one dollar rrlhe round trip whereat it costs 170 to go- by Preston on the railroad and beiidis it gives one n longer stag in Mt Sterling if the round trip Biade in the day time BooqiES SOLD The following persons have bought baggieK or trod same with T S Shrout in the last S0day r South Sherburn precinct John Oil Hendrix Wyomi AlbertViceW L Whltton John ATincherEuford Barnett AX Horseman OwingRville proclDct Markland Snedepar liverymen WmAtchlsou liveryman Claud Hart JohnW- r Stone 6eorgeSextpnSMHeynoldsV i as Fleming ntrCornel1us Bob rt dP 1D1yd f t fr s t rI i i COUUT DUThe crowd was fairly largo Monday and the mfr chants generally report a good trade but light collection There Nero a good many mules which were held at the prevailing high prices In fact prices lire 80 high that there is sligh in duccment to buyers to purchase on speculation undsllles are gen erally to those who need thorn for the coming seasons work Cattle were at tho usual spring advance which is sufficient strongly discount the profit of the grazing season Hogs were current at 5c Among the sales reported ore Robert Urlstow bought it pair of mules of Itlobard Manley for 325 Ronnie Iforeemun sold a horse to Conic JiRsh for 100 Sam bhultz sold a cow and calf to Alex Conner for 15 T S Shrout bought a horns ElalnoHnrt lorU20 nodone olCIsude Hart for tI31 John Tincher bought a jmlr of mules of LouUoodpaster for 340sild a pair for 375 und horse for 00 i bought six hogs at 5Uc and sold one to Frank Young foriT J Fleming bought ofS S Rails pair of mules for 330 Asa M Crouch sold u gray horse o M C Saunders for 85 J M Rlchart sold a pair of mules tb J W Horseman for 223 lloyd Corbiu sold a pair of mules to Wm Razor for f280 and bo resold them to Claude Foley for 285 George Swarts bought a pair of mules of Olaine Hart fur 2tO and re sold them to Mrs Mary E wetnum for 255 Richard Manloy bought a pair of mules of Curran Steele for 205 WANT TO ADOl1A GUlLD1he 60cietyiU1IISixIJ the ages of three and nine for whom they desire good Christian homes These children are unusually bright and attractive and we guarantee that no family will be disappointed in a child we send them Tho winter months have given us an enormous amount of work to do We lire receiving mar children now in a month than we formerly did in a year nndI1sa rule the children are much bright er and much better looking anti much easier controlled thou chil dren we formerly handled Will you not show your interestl title great work lyinga horne to one of the ittle ies Ujilefs jou hay first class 010 in every re pcc and units Oil are moral and ci nd well in your community do n n as V wlt tinder iir ldnltlIpfnce 1Ui njj q if PII1Thiamuchits He trl I aS iHrl4 U v dren to rome unto Mvauth uii- thgm nut If you 4re interested this cliarity and ould like InI like a child pleare addreaa the Kentucky Childrens iHotneSociet t No 211U Von Borrios Avenue Lou lavillf Ky Very fCFptIGEOKQE L SEHON 0State Supt LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET Saturday evening March 10lhie market for tf tobacco continue aetivewith somewhat higher prices prevailing forcolory styles of oldI crop Burley anti now culory IrhICP also in better request Fmese lections of oM Burley were In de mand and the various grades of new crop red tobaccos show advan ces ranglngf rntn jcon the pound Quality and condition of offerings were moderately satisfactory Offerings of new Burley were large though containing very few colory styles Desirable cutters and fancycut plug types showed advances of 12candaU bright grades were up from l2c A firm market WItS noted on colory strip pers and smokers and twist and elgarette wrappers ruled from 1 210 higher The market was steady with a slightly rising tendency for red tips und the common and medium grades of red leafwhile red smoker sol 11at lower quotations tban those which prevailed last week The advance on old Burley held throughout the week notwith standing offerings were of rather joor quality with only a small per centage of colory tobaccos The offerings of new dark were nearly all of greenish cast and wer sold to rehandlere Prices were firm however short and medium leaf being a few bids higher and bugled steady Outside prices were brougnt by the various styles of manufacturing leaf and trashes and common lugs sold at last weeks quotations Strength was noted in the market for medium and good lugs Veiy few hogeheads of tired leaf were on salcbut these met with good competition despite the fact that they were of rather poor qual itp Price of old dark were firm with offerings small and the same was true ofGreen riverewhlch were of rather inferior quality The unsold stock of both Burley and dark je unusually email Auction sales of leaf tobacco for the week amounted to 3787 hogs headsand private sales to 901 tho total for the week being 4688 as compared 4577 for the same week last year Since January 1 total sales hue amounted to 49881 hogsheads Ill compared with 36425 in 1905 Sales of Burley for the week amounted to 3285 hogshead of wnich 155 were old crops and sales of dark were 1403 old crops amounting to 835 Rejections this week were 500 hogsheads or 13 percent of the sales at auction Since January 1 rejections have amounted to 5580 hogsheads Re ceipts for the week were 3100 lingo heads and since January 1 they j 04j 0 I r J 1 t y I f 1 J 11 i have amounted to 36680 Courier journal No TOBACCO IN lU07The tobac co growers of the White Burley district which comprises about 40 counties in Central anti Northern Kentucky including Fayette and the adjacent Blue Grass counties are agitating the adoption of u nov el plan to break the power of the Tobacco Trust It is nothing short of nn agreement n cut out the to bacco crop and the wur cryof Iho- supporters of the movement la no crop for 1007 This is a radical step but it is believed by thoee in a position to judge that it will be the most elfcc live remedy that can be employed The following is an excerpt from a letter from the pen of G P HCrris Assessor of Carroll county sod a largo tobacco grower which is he ling circulated throughout tho Bur ley districtThe llion above mention ed does not require any money hut it requires a determination on the part of every land owner to sign an agreement nut to raiHO or have raised any tobacco on bus land in 1907 and keep that contract invio nble Tho preparatory arrangements huvo been mode to grow a crop in 190G The time fur that sowing is at hand He sure that we grow u good crop and when the first day of May 1907 comes and no tobacco eeed sown the price will regulate Itself to the sutiffac lion of ull holders of tobacco The corn crop was almost n failure in 1901 prior to that time corn was current at 25 cents per bushel Now four years since it IB worth 40 cents with the greatest crop that was ever grown So with ihe tobacco crop with one crop out Ye explode the gag overproduc Lion and place the supply in a po sitlon that the independent faislo rits can and will create competition We believe that practically all the land o ners will sign this agree meot if properly presented to them UB it appears to bo Iheiliuv chance and by fr the most feasible tipilLIf yon have tenant encourage c them with the idea of raising a large crop this yeur1thenlieptlicinn to hold it bv 1907 lit renting them lundIIn wh hIt 1 grow ther crops Retneml9 they must live and can do en your hellu will some tjtIflfl tn cIIUIIIIes1 wrrlu i = j inzj IIcprlerest ret us nil be true to the vnva i ion we have chosen Wo havethe pnwer why not use hln jJthdltmate way The use dynamite an has been the case fin the dark tobacco district Is a disgrace to nay community in which it occurs Lexington Leader T TsAcnaR HAS NOTHING 11- 1DoThld is easy to say anti is often said by those who do not un derstand and appreciate the work a teacher has to do or the work a true teacher will do A certain man when measuring the teachers corn in his own lislE bushel said Anything to get out of the sun He was lazy No true teacher is lazy nor IB he afraid of any work in sun or phae because he knows that all work is honorable and that all honorable people work Channing saysTo teach by word or action is the greatest function t on earth The teachers work is like bread cast on the waters to bring forth fruit after many days Teachers today ore teaching children who illnot be born for thirty years We can not plant grains of corn today and pluck the bright ears tomorrow it takes time The seed sown by tho teach er with the true spirit will bloom i and bring forth fruit throughout eiernitjr when the sower is forgot ten by the word Dvid P Page says that the true spirit of a teacher is U A spirit that seeks not alone pecuniary emolument but desires to be in the highest degree useful d to those who are to be taught a spirit that pevates above everything else tho nature and capabili ties of the human souland that trembles under the responsibility of attempting to be its educator a spirit that looks upon gold as the contemptible dross of earth when compared with that imperishable gem which is to he polished and brought out into Heavens light to scornsllItllapproving conscience and an app- rovIng Godn spirit that earn estly inquires what is right and dreads to do what is wronga spirit that can recognize and roy erence tho handiwork of God in every child and that burns with the desire to be instrumental inI training to the highest attainment of which it ifi capable The life of a man or woman of this spirit ppcnt in the school room with chIld dren while their minds and souls are Ina plastic state is worth more to the world than a life spent in any other way on the face of the earth v The Word teacher should bo R synonym for work vim energy thought earnestness and every thing else that will makethings go Prof Pejerman says in substance thatMhere 10 no hope fotvthe teach t er that goes to tFie schoolroom t i fr i 1 t Yl- 1r 11DONT FAIL TO GET ONE OF THESE DISC HARROWS Oliver Chilled Plows Ball Mitchell Hillside Plows Brown Double Shovel i and 2horse Cultivators Superior Corn Drills American Field FcIlcelJestCJjea1egtD- eering and MilwaUkee MoWers Binders and Hayrakes Mitchell WagonsAll Sizes on Hands Full Guaranteed Get our figures on Barbed Wire Nails and Builders Hardware WeekII the some evenness of temper and in the same commonplace mood the farmer goes to his farm the- arpenter to hit shopor the lawyer tn his olllce The teachers work us much above as tho Iruwllrl1- lIIindiltnd souls of children are ttIVC the clod of the field the havings of the shop or the wind and twisting of the lawyers tce tIn the oIdGIcid able Atlas the Titanand fHlrrjXih lti lttn11 i y Z us to hear the farth un his hund tintl thouldera forever The teacher with the rue spirit will always see the weakness of human ty e pfoially his own and will at times feel utmost crushed bylhe the wright of his responsibility yet ho will still trust in Him from whom cornea all needed assistance and situ to much a higher mark of perfection remove defects and cu tivate excellencies May we ponder well that simple lesson of unchanging faith In divine guidance anti support which we in our conflict with ignorance and subordination need nnlessr than did David of old In his memorable com hut with the giant of Gath May we always remember that If we work upon warble it will perish if we work upon brass time will efface 1tIr we rear temples they wi crumble Into dust but if we work upon mortal minds if we imbue them with high principles with the just fear of God and ofI their fcllowmen we engrave upon hose tablets something which no time can efface but which will brighten to all eternity May trustees parents pupils RndI teacher which form the four wheels of every educational wagon realize that the wagon rant run well if a wheel ia locked If either of the four fails to do his duty in the schoolwork he lucks his wheel Its natural and so easy for human beings to neglect their duty and try to throw the blame on some one else May every teacher have the true spirit May every true tee parent and pupil possess the spirit that will cause him to do his utyand not say the teacher hasnt much to do and know that she has much to do and that ifnil parties work earnestly together much will be done May each teacher recognize the true nobility of her profession its wide rearhlng Influence stretching far beyond the StiltS to breathless eternity And may she recognize that as n State is honored by its noble sons so will pupils rise up to honor the teacherwhodeserves their honor May we all Earn names that win happy memorial torn the great and good Names that should not sink into oblivions hoot But with der music like the churchbells chime Sound through the rivers sweep of onward rushing time A PEDaGOGUE TREESPLANTS VINES Fur die spring of1006 tho Blue Grass Nurserits offer 3 full stock of fruit and ornament I trees ever greens shrubs sc yberries grape vines small frm rhubarb aspar agile etc V V employ no agents Strawberry Ilrl general catalogues on application to H F ljlIlenrneyerSons Lexington Ky fc Js ct ti l t a ff SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY When a mother finds work she cat do remitiuitWhen you bury the hatchet with protectionlce1Perhaps the reason why so many people marry Is that they tire never upon to honestly explain wily We have keen many a woman Iron a uianti shirt as if she were wishing she was using the iron on him Instead WL Ja1 tgj hM thirJr Ecret K6izlon It tuuiuiiiiiriously that men tire alt to those wives who treat them like dogs At any rite equal suffrage wit never ho carried to thU extent No man wilt uer sit up and mend his iubedProbably one reason Fathers rem iniscences aro more Interesting than Mothnrs is If exaggerated and boasted of the daring things she wotuldntajmeakto Everybody seems to know the game of Old MaU in cards that Is the common ground upon which gambler card enthusiasts church members etc meet whoa It comes to card playing Every man talks in an impor taut way about Ills Mail He hits to gO down town on Sundays to get His Mull he hates to leave town because he misses His Mail und all there is in it is a liiior two and n circular advertising Ii mining scheme If he chances to be at home when ho opens it Hus1 the mother will tell the children dont disturb your fath er while he is reading His Mail Atchison Globe WISE ou OTHERWISE Better a clever enemy than n fool friend Its but a stop from cunning to rascalityA man is seldom wise and never honest Adversity sometimes transforms a coward into a hero There is no graduatingjrom thu school of expsricnce One sinner is apt to rejoice in the downfall of another DKUMUERS TRTAIsA cub sales man failed on his first trip fora cigur manufacturer The head of tho firm was sar rls ed Go outside the oillue said he to the youngster come in pretend am the customer Try two sell ma a bill theboyHo did the comingin and first glsdgreetlng act with rury und pleasing tact The old man arose and gave the lad gladsome greelfnuuimd ho pro ceeded toilispluy his goods with such skill that the old fellow declared ho could hardly keep front buying acute of his stock You be the drummer said the boy and Ill bo the dealer You try to sell me the goods and muybu Ican learn some more ugginvthisHe knocked at tho door of the of responseHe nd titan panelsTho open dIodes ing tho feet of tho young drummer n the old mans deskand ono of the Sucrs best cigars in use behind the sporting columns greetinirbrought dlrlyUttleFinally time old mans wormeaten boyGotyou see Im busy Where art your eves Time old miii was shocked hIs that thu way they do ou the road today Thats the way Botit said the youth and that is who I didnt sel- lg31Wemit en Tobiiceo Juurial t1JQ1 ff i r s r 4 EUGENE 7MInAz E 1 M3k eS the best iofij HAN M MIK and tire helur than you cart imv uri wliftosranyT I Ythey S JJcimtouiMp the hniififlt of the low prices When you htiv a VUfCA W r PIIIIt tin bent chilled iiliw tiath j Havu iilaiij or torrHsal d Dtir i 4 atUlIlloeCIIIJgIIOlIlnd 1 EUGENE MINIHAN j our now on Call and get our and we t S will save you 25o Ilnul Bugs NPNG SbuK Grain Sacks I5c Drtsa Suit Casp i i New Gilt Belts ladies 25c Ttimblcrs Y White Belt ISo Cups fc Saucerd set cr Ladies Lace Collars 25 lOt CoiFfc Sltztinars 5JtBath Towels pr 12o Flour Mops tu 75 3u Jcr Fancy Drapery Mirrors 515cr Lawns China Meat Dishes 15 liu Mens Cotton Jackets 35c Shank Hoes 3Ecr 1 i Iit Int- BaKe and hit a lirrttrae Cailtnjr audi from pure cry IronI toted analyzed tied frrc from scrap Ka Mod boles rough bake even oren doors lined no rough edges Pire oyaI shapedno dead corners oil bold fire orer lined the crank cuts out tbe ieadaahcs and cinders and drops them Jewel Stove Works largest toTe plant the iaP world J For aal bv L TllK STANDARD If the girl had been born in Italy she might have been a poet but she came of no dreamy race Her ancestors lout braved the snows of many New England winters undI had to her instead of poesy energy and n robust body It was when she was a mere child standing at Sunset in her fathers orchard that the creative desire leaped in her soul Oh Ushlt could paint a sky like that She lay awake thai night longing fut greatness But neither artistic nor musical gifts were hers She strove to put ambition from lien heart When her village schooling Callus ti nn end she helped her mother in time kitchen The railway crossed her fathers isolated farm a fierce biizzird stalled a train at the toOt of the south meadow The girl unl her mother sent a basket ful of fowl tot imefain passengers Tho President liiuiself cainu to thank the cooks I want tn roe the woman he said who made that deviled ham and the girl blushed at hits unstinted praise Id give fifty dollars II month if I could have such cook log in my kitchen he declared Fifty dollars a month I The girl gasped It seems like a bniull fur tune Within a few weeks the farmers daughter was preparing the Presidents meals site had found her vocation Site had done more than this she had had Caught from tier patrons praise and had resolved to be the greatest most reliable cork in time world v mind heartaches came to her as they come to who set before theta a high task but- the did not falter and her grew bright She etudiexl under the best cooks she had classes of her own she issued her best re ceipts in a volume Her tunic spread money poured in she boo came an authority in cookery Letters came to her from nil over the land telling how brides nod ma trons had found IIT little hook of priceless volume Yet she never rest ed on her reputation but 8v ave tn surpass her k lit efforts always holding to tier i t resolve to be the greatest cook t the world She may not quite have reached her girlhoods niui lit happine 8 was hers in rIHe clensure Joyo u 4 1 1 r i f a j I 1 rYerJ fo Owngsvil1tj JJ i j I ITL fj RACKET STOflY-ehave Spring Goods prices money MnjrwireCarpptCUn clrdIb Unhrttekiikle Embroidered tCreprBackCombsCJutbd15c 11105tCASH PAID FOR EGGS E W HEFLIN Vlf1 I a Jewel RangeThe repuatJon 01 th iccrrt 1 4 guarantee SJcWevCast Rajg = nciudeA 1every mxnpoventcnt l k QuicKly Save Fuel hallkOTeain part heir brIckflntngsandAttedwithctebrated of bypointLockfoin IE lT OwrNGsviiTiKi USATTAISABLB bequeathed r inspiration DiecoiirngGruents all continually I Buy rkQvtrLlcaarLe BYRON iwiraJuotJhiuitiuttnituihihe stnll1rllClr i absuliitf jHrffftiiiri 7whnl matter whether it fie lifted above the donkr thi easel thin violin or time mode inglionri Tn tic iitd to do onuV beat thin is trim greatness Aldi- hilCUII hi reached Ii evtfry soul if ihe Fftndiird is liiiihcuiuiughif it isunattminabeY tJ1t Ci u pun ion rEvery time one man isis bi temper niuither trains iiis pniiit r A Wu lr ilInc of tilt few things that cannot br cniiiitfrrViteilC Time hitter ilrriifi n truth are ttr be found a t ihe bailout of hiecuii When men irhallingrA enmpur Ion he lies to lIght uguitiet big odds ii Sur7 IJiOHn who deceivei himself je aopasy mark for ther dorlhlltI e A ninn may Iii shortof iiJensnBil It still ohio Lu hand toll a long line otiV talktsJWEDDING OF AS EsnruirmTIte editor of luerGMylnrd OkU Sen 1 tincl wrote tliix accMinit of Ins owii v wfdtling ii his paper thentherday ThiB IK the first balance in sever c al year of newspaper work that the writer his dared tu tvll Iie truth about it wrddingfor far of 4 getting licked ztei dues ro now with a keen relish Time biide gpftrt i iafl editor and Isxiiot jj jjnrtr and acci mplihed leader of sJ r v In fuel tnt dot 4t know aBriiil1 noout It is a rwhtilr Hi i hair ti red sna sue free s TiHs face crowd each otter for r nor fn time dusk it Ta baird to dmsiicjih- un from a telephone pole He se Into never considered that lbs fb ture loiikxd very bright and pra- micingit had always kpt him tiv busy paying his board bills to haver any dream nboiit future gr atneiis He is just n common sort of fellow sitU claims distinction iiiIy thath ui is a Kanmmn from time solrs fif his elumy feet tim the tumpoh his head The bride is thn yinm eit daugh 4c i terof Mr anti Mr N J Wt land was born und rnler1 J Solomo nIky ibe job site ha tuik telie is is yiunc k 4 urmhlnary 5 e S 5 Je JCtis e4 s t J a F4I 5 1 I0J JrH y r I 4 ciJat ft = f 0 r I t Ja I 1 t1 i z fto b to it fI p 1 t tr f Z 1 f I 0 l sm1p friA r f 4fi 24 rt d t 10 81 NNMpI i 1Upto a few years ago It Is said p only seven patents on umbrellas had been issued In the United States in 100 yeau rardren In Belgiummore than 13 per r of the population are without any education- L Gesture language sill exists in parts of Australia Some tribes pos J Vreu so excellent a code that it it almost as efficient as a spoken Ian guage a f InitW88 72450 of whom 48180 wero wkUled outright in battle 10970 died of Iwounds send 15300 died of disease 1 In 1905 we sold 1194000000 of mer chandise to Germany and bought 118 J1POOOO from her Only the United Kingdom to which we sold 523000 re 000 rnd from which we bought 176 0 I 000000 figured more largely In oar foreign trade than did Germany Onsthe basis of these figures we were j I J7COOOOOO to the good in our trade with the German empire In 1905 Of al the White House weddings I U none was so important as the Cleve land ceremony Tho Interest ot the who1e world was awakened by the 1 i event Mr Cleveland was the only I 4 J i president that received his bride in fr 1theexecutive mansion and his sensa m political careerhe being ttw k first Democratic president slnceBuch r ananhad attracted attention all meiobocbsi Durln the recent electrical show al p the Madison Square garden New tC J perfrormed4 with highpotential and highfrequencyp One of these consisted ol the body of the lecturer for the usual vertical con taubsUtutln in sending wireless mes current from the machine the assistants body e from whence the energy was radiated twirelesa waves In the other The life of Paul Lawrence Dunbar c the Negro poet who died recently in Daytnn 0 ought to be an inspire bloodStc It is remarkable how much ha Si learned In a abort school lire ot ten iyeara But he absorbed so rapidly t asd thoroughly that he has been t t hlt rary light to two continents IIIf flrat poem was written when he was Wvoh rerrs cd sA tie was the aul u v jw J 0 it iTGttollntIng the appropriation bills YfWhlchlnvolv the distribution ol t something like 700000000 there lt have been introduced In the present national house of representatives about 15000 measures There are 389 antaye were on these t h h HsJl would require to vote upon em more than three years working ten hours a day and excepting Sun jdayB Of course the yeas and nays tare called on all bills in congress 1 j The editorship of a leading daily in S t toiwhlchfewh Sper men dare aspire while the dim jciilty of reaching It Is obyiously much q case of a journalist for J bOmand foreign bred So far Sunly one American has achieved the distinction referred to Mr Ralph D lumenfeld the editor of the London DalIyKxpres8 Is a native bf Wlscon VVA rslB where he was born In 1864 and before abroadgoing he had had con iMi jslderable experience in newppapei A1T work Jn Chicago and New York t L toJinbisleadoti t 40 Is the firm belief of Gotlleb Graul P aged 103 years Cincinnatis pioneer resident Mr Graul in spite of his re t4 oarkable age to still active and doe iJtput much stres3 upon the state J mt it of Professor Osler He Will S bot on Christmas day In 1803 He Is a i lied gardener and florist and tc f ftti5It day tills the soil and cultivate plants at the Cincinnati Altenhelme rftri ck garden where he has been foi three years and expects to bo for k S i 4 aany years to come I SSS f iGes James Shields had tile unique tA distinction of representing at various c times in his career three different f f states In the United States senate t Shields was born In Ireland and S dt served through the Mexican war and 0 earned the brevet of brigadier general 4 1 j He was elected to the United Stttes ttleI1ate from Illinois He served six years and then removed to Miners toJor of two years Shields then took up r rhis residence In Missouri and for the rd tIre was sent to the senate 1 4r Iiir aided to our love of display We can1 newSI Chicago It hardly is possible to con 31iI 4 t Sclaus shpea Imported Into the V l Vb States t year This mportatfor gems to Bedeck the womeniof the land r isa newZay record Hla 850 WhlJ1tte fti 1 Frederick VIII of Denmark cam to Js tt ale throne Ia old age although he IJ jMtifB his 62 years lightly His bus r probgbJt cratic as he He ever attended thei Y ordinary public schools when ala4S1 flayed Vlth plebeian comrades and r I I 1 Ms been intimately associated with ic the people all his life All this has I i adebtm extremely popular and be vt f Pd as wu his father It a tact f4 trl new king will have a jiiswbJects t t s t l Hum Qhrtlall tIY 1 1 li7oIJ hI cJ pn I Ir t Of sJLiifIt IlI hPJ Mt i frif t 1lItIt 1 J1 ft1 l tJtr 1ti I J oris wr1f1yl tli 7J J f f f Jlh Jj f tJit ti 41ti rl1 1 1Iio trR J oJu f 1 r to t j r otlYt f IJIt 1 t 4 f P J apf l I 1trt1J J 2 t 7rl r r 1ot c eY2 bce T4LEJwEYMANS oP1rt1IcUHb1111A17J Wsyus CIIAPTICR VI CONTINUED This was so true that my surprise was as great as his Tbe cardinal who rarely made a change ol front hadsent me thither that he might not be farced 10 semi soldiers nail run the risk of all that might arise from such a move ment What of this Invasion then than which nothing could be less con sistent with his plans I wondered It was possible of course that the traveling merchants before whom I had played at treason had reported tho facts and that on thlsthe command nt at Auch had acted nut It secmecd He had hail his orders too nd under the cardinals rule there was small place for Individual enterprise I could not understand It One thing was clear however I might now enter the village as I pleased I am going on to look into this I said to Antoine Come my man He shrugged his shoulders and stood still Not II he answered with an oath No soldiers for me I have lain cut one night and I can lie out an otherI Indifferently for I no longer wanUd him anti we parted After this 20 minutes riding brought me to the entrance of the Illage and here the change was great Indeed Not one of the ordinary dwellers in the place was to be seen either they had shut themselves up In their hovels or like Antoine they had fled to the woods wind9wshutteredstret were a score of dragoons in boots and breastplates whose short barrelled muskets with pouches and bandoliers attached were plied near the inn door In an open space where there was a gap in the street a long row of horses linked head to head stood bending their muzzles over bun dles of rough forage and on all sides the cheerful jingle of chains and bridles and the sound of coarse Jokes and laughter filled the airIAs I rode up to the Inn door an old sergeant with squinting eyes and his tongue In his cheeks eyed me Inq ls itively and started to cross the street to challenge me Fortunate at that moment the two knaves whom I had brought from Paris with me and whom I had left at Auch to await my orders came up I made them a sign not to speak to me and they passed on but I suppose that they told the sergeant that I was not the man he wanted for I saw no more of him After picketing my horse behind the innI could find no better stable every place being fullI pushed myway through the group at the door and en tered The old room with the low grimy roof and the recking floor was half full of strange figures and for a few minutes I stood unseen In the smoke and confusion Then the land lord came my way and as he passed me I caught his eye He uttered a low curse dropped the pItcher he was carrying and stood glaring at me like a man possessed MryNow greasy lingers What are you staring aU The devlll tUa landlord muttered beginning to tremble Then let me lcl at him the man retorted and he tuovd on his stool He started finding me standing over him At your service I said grimly HA little time and It will be the other way my friend CHAPTER VII A MASTER STROKE I have a way with me which commonly commands respect and when the landlords first terror was over and he would serve me I managed to get nysupperthe first good meal I had had In two dayspretty com fortably in spite of the soldiers pres ence The crowd too which filled the room soon began to melt The men strayed off In groups to water their horses or went to hunt up their quar ters until only two or three were left Dusk had fallen outside the noise in the street grew less The firelight be gan to glow and flicker on the walls and the wretched room to look homely as It was In its nature to asI I was pondering for the twentieth time what step I should take nextunder these new circumstancesand why tho soldiers were here and whether I should let the night pass before I moved when the door which had been turning on itn hinges almost without pause for an hour opened again and a woman came In She paused a moment on the threshold looking round and I saw that she had a shawl on her head and a milkpitcher In her hand and that her feet and ankles were bare There was a great rent In her coarse stuff petticoat and the hand which held the shawl together was brown and dirty More T did not see supposing her to bo a neighbor stolen In now that the house was quiet to get some milk father child or the like I took no further heed of her I turned to the fire again and plunged Into my thoughts But t get to the hearth where the goodwife was fidgeting the woman had to pass In front of me end as she passed suppose she stole a look at me from under the shawl For Just when she came between rue and the blaze she uttered a low cry and shrank aside so quickly that she almost stepped on the hearth The next moment she turned her back to me and was stooping whispering in the house wifes car A stranger might have thought that she had merely trodden ona hot ember But another idea and a very sharp one came Into my mind and I stood up silently The womans back was towards me but something in her height her shape the pose of her bead hidden as it was by her shawl seemed familiar I waited while she hung over the firo whispering and while the good wife slowly filled her pitcher out of the great black pot But when site turned hail Faith In It Admiral William G Buehler at ft dinner at Hot Springs Va saidof a Philadelphia editor Ho Is a good man an enthusiast His paper prospers because he believes In It because he has faith in it And what faith in it he has He re minds me of the Yankee with the ac curate watch This Yankee an elderly man had a watch that for thirty or forty years half neef once gone wrong Hence ho boast about It at all times r J torf 1 f ti r goto I took a step ftn no as to bar her way And ourto el- I could not see her fJfs they were lost in the sluulo lh hood But I saw a shiver ruu h her from head to foot kid I knew then that I had made no mistake That Is too heavy for you my girl said familiarly as 1 might have to a village wench I will it for you One of the men woo remained loll- Ing at tile table laugfrcd and the other began to sing n low somg The woman trembled In rage or fear but she kept silence and let me tale the jug from her hands And when I went to the door and opened it she followed mechanically An Instant and the door fell to behind us shutting off tho light atid glow and we stood together ftTtho growing dusk It Is too late for you to be out Mademoiselle I said politely You might meet with some rudeness dressed as you are Permit me to sea you home Sho shuddered and I thought I heard her sob but she did not answer Instead she turned and wtlkcd quickly through tho village In the direction of tho chateau keeping In the shadow SUE PAUSED of the houses I carried the pitcher and walked beside her and in tho lark I smiled I knew how shame and impotent rage were working in her This was something like revenge Presently I spoke Well Mademol selle I said Whet are your groomsShe mo one look her eyes blaz ing with anger her face like hate it self and after that I said no more but left her In peace and contented myself with walking at her shoulder until we came to the end of the village where the track to tho great house plunged Into the wood There she stopped and turned on me like a wild creature at bay What do you want1 she cried hoarsely breathing us if sho had been running To see you safe to tho house I answered coolly And If I will not she retorted The choice does not lie with you Mademoiselle I answered sternly You will go to the house with me and on the way you will give me an inter view but not here Here we are not private enough We may be interrupted at any moment and I wish to spent to you at length I raw 11 shiver WliV if 1 wit noj hl 111 ffl1fl HI irlElu U b nearest oiJ and tell them who you are I answered coolly I might but I should not That were a clumsy way of punishing you and I know a better way I should go to the captain Mademoiselle andI tell him whose horse is locked the Inn stable A trooper told meas some nne had told him that it be longed to one of his officers but I looked through the crack arid I knew the horse again She could not repress a groan I waited Still she did not speak Shall I go to the captain I said ruthlessly She shook the hood back from her face and looked at me Oh you coward you coward she hissed through her teeth If I had a knife But you hav not Mademoiselle I answered unmoved Be good enough therefore to maXe up your mind which itlatobe Am I to go with my news to the captain or am I to come with you Give mo the pitcher she said harshly I did so wondering In a moment she flung it with a savage gesture far into the bushes Come sho said If you will But some day God will punish you- Without another wordshe turned anti entered the path through the trees and I followed her I suppose every turn In its course every hollow and broken place in it had been known to her from childhood for she followed it swiftly and unerringly barefoot as she was I had to walk fast through the darkness to keep up with her The wood was quiet but the frogs were be ginning to croak In the pool and their persistent chorus reminded me of the Mght when I had come to the house door hurt and worn out and Clon had admitted me and she had stood under the gallery in the hall Things had looked dark then I had seen but a very little way ahead Now all was plain The commandant might be here with all his soldiers but It was I who held stringsWe to the little wooden bridge and saw beyond the dark meadows the lights of the house All the windows were bright Doubtless the troopers were making merry Now Mademol relic I said quietly I must trouble you to stop here and give me your at tention for a few minutes Afterwards you may go your way Speak she said defiantly And be quick I cannot breathe the air where you are It poisons me Ah I said slowly Do you think ou make things better by such speeches as those Oh she criedand I heard her teeth click together Would you have me fawn on you Perhaps not I answered Still you may make one mistake What Is IU she panted You forget that I am to be feared as well as loathed I answered grimly Ay Mademoiselle to be feared I continued Do you think that I do not With a guest from Boston he rose one August morning to see the su arise and as they waited for its rising the Yankee kept consulting first his watch which was in his right hand antI then a tanners almanac giving the suns schedule which was in his leftThere was a long wait In the pale vague dawn Then tapping his watch with his forefinger the Yankee raid If the sun aint over that hill In a 1BlllraltJ Y S7 i t know why you are here In this Ire Do you think that I do not ur whom that pitcher of broth was tended Or who will nor have to faa tonight I tell you 1 knbw all thcs things Your house is full of soldiers your servants were watched and could l110t leave You had to come yourself r get food for him She clutched at the handrail of the bridge and for an instant clung to it forTsupport Her face from which shawl bad fallen glimmered white In the shadow of the trees At last I had shaken her pride At last Wfr your price she murmured I am going to isir M i fspeaklnK fo lat every word might fall distinctly on her ears and sating my eyes on her proud face I had never dreamed of such revenge as this About a fortnight ago M de Coche foret left here at night with a little orangecolored sachet in his posses sion She uttered a stifled cry and drew herself stiffly erect It contained but there Mademol selle you know Its contents I went on Whatever they were M de Coch ford lost It and them at starting A week ago he came back unfortunate ly for himselfto seek them She was looking full In my facn now She seemed scarcely to breatho in the intensity of her surprise sail ex pectatlon You had a search made Mademoiselle I continued quietly Your servants left no place unex plored The paths the roads the very woods were ransacked But in vain because all the while the orange sacheV lay whole and unopened in my pocketc No she cried impetuously You Ho Sir The sachet was found torn open many leagues from this place pIrascals and be free to return Oh be lieve me I continued letting some thing of myself something of my trl umph appear at last in my voice You have made a mistake You would have done better had you trusted me I am no bundle of sawdust Mad emoiselle but a man a man with an arm to shield and a brain to serve andas I am going to teach youa heart also She shivered In the orangecolored sachet that you lost I believe there were 18 stones of great valueaShe no answer but looked at me as if I fascinated her Her very breath seemed to pause and wait on my words She was so little con scions of anything else of anything outside ourselves that a score of men might have come up behind her unseen and unnoticedtI took from my breast a little packet wrapped in soft leather and held It towards her Will you open this I said I believe it contains what you lost That it contains all I will not answer Mademoiselle because I spilled the stones on the floor of my room and I may have failed to find some But the others can be recovered I know where they are She took the packet slowly and be gan to unroll It her fingers shaking A few turns and the mild lustre of the stones made a kind of moonlight In her hands such a shimmering glory of Imprisoned light as has ruined many a woman and robbed many a man of 1themandthem in dull enhanced prplrI wondered how I a4 TTJ o the temptation tWhile I gazed her hands begd tll cannot ount she trred elplessly How many a nerej4 They should be 18 she said baShethat and opened it again and did so twice as if to reassure herself that the stones were real and that she was not dreaming Then she turned to ma withsudden fierceness and I saw that her beautiful face sharpened by the greed of possession was grown as keen and vicious as before WeUshe muttered between her teeth Your price man Your price I am coming to it now Mademol selle I said gravely It is a aim pie matter You remember the afternoon when I followed you clumsily and thoughtlessly perhapsthrough the wood to restore these things It seems about a month ago I believe It yesterdayYounames which I will not hurt you by repeating The only price I ask for restoring your Jewels is that you recall those names How she muttered I do not understand slowlyTheemoiselle is that you take back those names and say that they were not deserved exclaimedhoarsely nothingtodo not think of me Nay I cannot say the words Mademoiselle somethlngelseWhat anywild ofhimFor him Mademoiselle would morethan InthatI have not mentioned You are right caughtthesoundIt Is I continued slowly that Cocheforetare here I am told that there are 20 taliebls yourhouse fromInsult belltlAfter hearAndsuddenly on her heel and walked over the bridge leaving me there For a moment I stood aghast t peering after her shadowy figure and wondering what had taken hers Then in a minute or less she cants quickly back to roe and I understood She was To e Conunued- JAecnmpihe4 cryingI Daughter Mrs BVl suppose you find your daughter veiuch improved by her two years study at college- Mrs Proudmoth La yes Elizabeth Is a carntyoroua reader nowI and she frequently impoverishes But she aint a bit ttuck upshes unanimous to everybodJVan she never keeps a caller waltin foinher to dress she Just runs in nom doj1ume an you know that makes one fen ocoinIfortnble Llpplncotts Magailfte If f 4LiRt 0 L S zrJ 7 I INTERESTING STATE NEWS i r KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE j he House Passed the Bill Allowing Farmers To Pool Their Crops Frankfort March 7The senate loptcd Col Jack Chinns bill provld for a state commission to 321Voteswere added to the bill before passage ns follows Extend term of commis sioners from two to four years revok- Ing only for cause license permit ape peal to the courts to exclude trotting tracks and to prevent commission tram limiting racing on any track to less than 40 days yearly In accord ance with the Simmons resolution to Investigate the loss of his antipool room bill the speaker of the house ap pointed Representatives Simmons George Wilson of Union and Chas Dawson of Logan as the investigat ing committee The house adopted without dissent bill No 372 by Mr Bourne changing time of holding courts in the Twelfth judicial district Mr Redwines bill outhorlzlng the appointment of special Judges in regular districts allowing appointment in one county while the regular court is being held In another passed by a vote of 62 to 3 The motion to reconsider the libel retraction bill was tabled after a hard fight by a majority of five The bill- roposing that domestic life insurance be required to keep on deposit with the state treasurer securi ties of the value of tho policies outstanding was adopted Frankfort March SAfter a strong speech by Senator Allen the senate passed the bill appropriating 20000 to establish a state tuberculosis san itarium The bill originally called for 50000 but the committee thought 120000 was enough to make the first experiment The governor is to appoint a committee to locate and build the sanitarium The senate passed several bills making appropriations to 65000 for new hospitals nd new shops at the two penltentla rles House bill 37 raising the age of consent in females to 16 years puuwd unanimously by the senate Tho house of representatives took the insurance people by surprise by unanimously passing a bill abolishing the deferred dividend policies in this tate and requiring annual dividends o be paid on all life policies after tour annual premiums have been paid on them The house passed a bill Increasing the salaries of circuit judges to 3500 They now receive 3000 The dunn racing commission bill was reported favorably by the house com mittee on circuit courts and advanced to be voted on Friday Frankfort March 9Tho senate passed the house bill appropriating 50000 to establish two state normal schools and the bill will now go to the governor for his approval Senate bill No 70 appropriating 25000 for abnormal school building at the A i nd M college was called and Sena to Allens amendment providing that duatfs of this normal school should bu entitled to teach without further examination was adopted and the bill Senator Hogans bill further regulating and restricting the sale of morphine cocaine alcoholic medicines and drugs also passed iaVMtu fottowus in Kenh dooiuuc ftu dry trthvvglrE iassed e lowfUC1 bill whlcuTmly allows tho cities d the first four classes to vote separately from the county on local option The house at Us morning session adopted a substi ute for the China compromise local requirerfthwart of the county unit The bill was raffled to the senate at once for con ciirrcnce A number of bills were passed in the house Frankfort March 10Senator Hick man reported the revenue bill to the senate from the rules committee Sen ator Harbesons motion to consider it asa whole and let all amendments be sent up at once was adopted Senator Georges amendment requiring assessors to ask every one assessed if he served In tHe federal or confederate army was adopted Other amendments adopted To tax automobiles so that name and address of lien and mort gage owners shall be given to county clerk when recorded and to require the clerk to give list of all notes and mortgages for five years back to the assessor to strike out of the schedule sewing and knitting machines was adoptedThe passed the senate bill al lowing farmers to pool their crops and hold them for higher prices Other Dills passed Increasing the salaries glvlugby the house giving the chairman 3 600 and the other commissioners 3 000 exempting fraternal Insurance companies from the operation of the regular Insurance laws authorizing union depot companies to condemn lands for depot purposes creating of gMcCrackencircuit judges salary to allow a road tax to be levied if twothirds of people vote for it empowering fiscal courts to buy private roads Death of Thomas J Hendron 10TbosJHe leaves seven children Mrs O S Jackson of Nar York W T Hend ron of Minneapolis Minn Emmett John Clyde and Miss Nellie of this place Timber FIBradleof Mrs Isabelle Baldwin of Cinch nati 7000 acres of fine timber lands in Rowan county for a price said to be C25 per acre Farmer Ended His Life Wllllamstown Ky March 8WU liam Ingram a wellknown farmer of Sherman this county suddenly became demented and committed suicide by cutting his throat from ear to car He first tried to drown himself in a pond but was dragged out Died at the Age of 74 Henderson Ky March SP II King aged 74 years and a wellknown citizen of this city died hero after an Ulness of several weeks For many years ho was prominent in city affairs He was a Mason Dies on Board Steamer Bowling Green Ky March 8Thos- G Wesson cashier of the Newmarket bank of Newmarket Ala died here on the steamer Kenols He was the guest of his sister Mrs W T Howell whose husband is captain and owner of the boat The Population of Louisville Louisville Ky March8The pop ulation of this city according to the new directory which has been issued is given as 240580 an increase during the last year of 8114 the largest ever known in one year 4 pp1 TOOK DEBENTURE DIVIDEND William Curran Convicted and Sentenced To One Year In Prison Lexington Ky March 10 William Curran a wealthy lumberman and churchman was sentenced to serve one year In the penitentiary on the charge that while a director of the defunct Industrial Mutual Deposit Co a debenture concern he embezzled f On the result of his trial depended the liberty of a score of prominent Lex- Ington people who are under indict ment on similar charges William Curran is the senior member of the large lumber firm of William Curran I Son and a deacon in the Second Presbyterian church He was sent to jail The trial of Dr A P Taylor who has once drawn a three years sentence on a similar charge but got a reversal of the decision of the lower court was then taken up Dr Taylor was interested in the same company with Curran THE KENTUCKY MINERS A Wrangle Over the Color Line In Conneetlqn With Nominations Louisville Ky March 10A wran cle over the color line in connection with the nomination of candidates for district officers and the transaction of routine business took up the time of the one session here Friday of the convention of the 23d district United Mine Workers of America Hereto fore tho negroes who compose one third of tho union miners in the district have been represented among the district officers but the nominations Friday were conflnedto white miners The discussion was without definite result The election of offi cers will be held Saturday The offi cers and delegates are practically unanimous in favoring a restoration p t the seals ot 1903 62c for mining screened coal The present rate is 78 cents The session will probably continue for several days FIRE AT OWENSBORO Hotel Guests Were Saved By the Ef forts of the Firemen Owensboro Ky March 9The grocery store of T W Moss I Son was destroyed by fire The entire building was in flames when the fire was dis covered The rooms over the store were part of the Farmers hotel occu pied by a dozen people All escaped except Ed Rider and James Broger recently from Louisville They were overcome by smoke and had to be car tied out of their rooms by firemen through windows and were finally revived Loss 5000 WAS FRIGHTFULLY SCALDED Chief Distiller Fell Into a Tub of Boiling Slop Cynthlani Ky March 9James Curie head distiller of the F S Asbei brook Distillery CoIn the city bOIlIjtiIOpdrewtUfuttsrDemgdmr6Utk ct and theiairns are not necessarily dangerous Louisville Tobacco Market Louisvlllef Ky March 10Six hundred and fiftynine hhds of burley were offered Friday on the breaks at prices varying from f405 to 16 One hundred and fiftynino hhds of burley were offered at prices varying from 395 t 750 The market was unchanged on burley and slightly stronger on dark tobacco Mother Sees Jett In Court Cynth lana Ky March DSpecial Judge H O Botts of Owenton called the case of Curtis Jett indicted toy a Breathitt county grand jury for kill ing James Cockrlll town marshal In Jackson Ky When Jett came down the small aisle of the courtroom his mother drew him to her and kjjutcd him Accidentally Shot By a Woman Mlddlesboro Ky March SAlfce Moore and Lucy Tucker became In volved in a quarrel at the restaurant of Josh Beard As a result the Tucker woman pulled a revolver and fired two shots They went wild and one struck Frand Maden who was playing pool In an adjoining room killing him Instantly The Bill Defeated Frankfort Ky March 9The bill to transfer Butler Ohio and Adam counties to different congressional dis tricts was defeated in the house after an oratorical exchange of lefthandeM compliments between Thomas Drew ery of Louisville and Will Young ot Rowan To Prevent Annexation Louisville Ky March 10Sult was filed by the officials of the New Lou isville Jockey club and ten residents in the vicinity of Churchill Downs to prevent annexation of this territory by the town of Oakdale a suburb of Louisville Twenty Years In Prison Franklin Ky March 10Moso Hampton a negro was found guilty of assault and sentenced to 20 years confinement in the state penitentiary The negro is only 15 years of age and heretofore of good repute Old Landmark To Go Covington Ky March 9one of the oldest landmarks in Covington known as the Day house will soon ba a thing of the past Forty years ago the place was known throughout Ken tucky as the Drovers Inn It Is situ ated at the corner of Pike and Banklick Wage Scale at Louisville Louisville Ky March 9The an nual conve 1on of District No 23 United Mine Workers began hereIDiscussion of the wage scale ensuing year is expected to continue for a week He Turned the Surprise Willlamstown Ky March 8Thes- ix children of Albert Barnes one of the wealthiest men in Grant county gave blnua surprise dinner on his 51st birthday He turned the surprise by slipping a check for 500 under each plate The Barber Bill Passed Frankfort Ky March 8The state senate adopted a bill by Senator New man of Woodford proposing the repeal of the Barber Inspection statute adopted four years ago Senator Han beson of Kenton opposed the bill j ii I iIcJ t PAINS AMERICAN WOMEN FIND RELIEF Tbo Case of liiss Irene Crosby la One ofThousands of Cures made by Lydia K Pinkhams Vegetable Compound How mane women realize that IUs not the plan of nature that women should suffer so severely A1isslrene Crosby J Thousands of American women how ever have found relief from all monthly suffering by taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound as it is the most thorough known to It cures the condition which causes so much discomfort and robs these periods of their terrors Miss Irene Crosby of 313 Charlton Street East Savannah Ga writes CompoundIs irregularAndfailed and I gladly recommend it to other lUftenng women painfulbloating or flatulence displacement of organs inflammation or ulceration that bearingdown feeling dizzi ness faintness indigestion nervous prostration or the blues should take action to ward off the serious consequences and be restored to takingLydiapound and then write to Mrs Pink ham Lynn Mass for further free ad LydiaEhas been advising women free of charge Thousands have been cured by so doi- ngSICK HEADACHE IlcARTEIS ITTLC IVER PILLS I RTERSI bytheseThey also relieve Din tress tram Dyspepsia In digestion and Too Hearty Eating A perfect rem edytorplalnea Nausea Diwsiness Bod Taste In too Houtn Coated Tongue Pain In the SIde TORPID LIVEZL Ther regulate toe Bowels rarely Vegetable SIWl PILL SlWL DOSE PRICE Genuine Must Bear FacSimile Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES Before and After Your tickets to the concert last night theyI the concert Cleveland Leader ErIctailrOOdcomotive Company an order for 23 loco motive delivery to begin ip March 19 engines received y the trie during the past Px monthi and winch have proven so uccessfuI in passenger service an to warrant their adoption as a stand ard type known all along line as the carrybagten these largest etrvice loco motives ever constructed weigh 389750 pounds each the weight of the locomotive poundsUsed and But falo trains of from 12 to 15 cars these en gines easily keep a schedule time even when hauling these long trains of the heavy coaches now required for uptodate passenger service So satisfactory have in making time during four months trial in winter service that the Erie management decided to have a mill dent number on hand for all emergencies in their fast passenger train service HAD HER WITS WITH HER Schoolgirl Who Showed Herself Tally Equal to an Emergency This is the story of a Warrensburg girl who is frequently the ofa Sedalia friend relates Capital of that Mia souri town The president of the Warrensburg nor mel is greatly opposed to students of the colIee calling friends oyer the phone or being called up dur lug the study periods Consequently he keeps one ear primed for the jangle of phonehimselffirst One day lately the girl in question had agreed to call up one of the normal stu dents with regard to some trivial matter which they had been discussing Never thinking of the presidents antipathy to the phone she celled the normal The president was busy with a class but he heard the bell and rushed to the- chanize grufflyHello sweet yoke Yes the girl really has ft remarkably sweet voice when she talks over the phone If you doat believe it ask some of the Sedalia boys Hello who is this The president rose to the occasion This1 he responded oracularly is the president girl gave a gasp of surprise Then she rose to meet the emergency Why howdy Teddy he said sweet ly and cordially So glad to hear you When did you reach townt a Quiet Bight You say your business has something to do with stops and flats Then it must be connected with music It is I am a collector for a house which sells pianos on the installment plan Indianapolis sentinel THE EDITOR Explains How to Keep Up Mental and Physical Vigor A New Jersey editor writes A long Indulgence in improver food brought on a condition of nervous dys pepsia nearly three years ago so se vere that I had to quit work entirely I put myself on a strict regimen of GrapeNuts food with plenty of out door exercise and in a few months found my stomach so far restored that the process of digestion gave me pleasure lnr stead of distress It also built up my strength BO thatwas able to resume my business which Is onerous as I not only edit my own paper but also do a great deal ot outside writing I find that the GrapeNuts diet en ables me to write with greater vigor than ever before and without the feel Leg of brainfag with which I used to bo troubled As to bodily vigorI can and do walk miles every day without fatigue a few squares used to weary me be fore I began to live on GrapeNuts Name given by Postum Co Battle Creek Mich Theres a reason Read the little book The Road to Wellvllle In pkga Backache gives woman some of her most miserable and wretched hours Along with the backache generl ally come headache waist pain falling feelings Irritability nerv ousness and the blues HaVe you these periodical troubles If so you may know that they are due to disease of some of the most Important organs of your body organs that should get help or in time through weakness will wreck your health and life Help them to 4health with WINE OF 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world be longed p tHre is a fish story told by a British a4ft rb ach he cut it open As I cut it open Fthere was a mighty rust nail a flap willIfb was a nest with four eggs and ilho hat been afther sitting on that nest 4 t good story is told of Lord Iveagh Iliewas once traveling through Ire land with tLj lord lieutenant and two carriages were reserved at a certain 1station the one for the lord lieutenant and the other for the distinguished brewer The porter sticking tho re served mark on the first carriage re I marked reflectively JAn thats for his t t Ex and at the second carriage An this Is for his XX p Congressman Madden of this city characteror J itorthe Irish I went to call on a con I of mine said Mr Madden 3 to see a new baby I found the 1youngster all battered up black and t 4 blue In spots Whats the matter with Lhim I asked Oh nothing answered r skills mother You see he was christened 2 J yesterday and while his daddy was q holding him the six oclock whistle H blew RELATED OP WRTTEIIS Some one offered to send U Bernard l Sbiw a box of game but he replied tku he would rather die than live at 3S tii price of bloodshed So the anxious dono offered flowers Surely you must be fond of flowers Mr Shaw So I am of children he replied but I dont cut off their heads and stick them In pots about the room I Chance it Is said turned the atten tion of young Stephen Phillips to th3 writing of verse He hail a long ill ness and became much bored In thep course of It A loved voice reciting A nt his bedside the strains of Coleridges Chrlstabel Inspired in him the spirit 4 of emulation lIe spent six years on the stage and ought certainly to have V learned the dramatists craft As for t11the poetenoG- eorge4 Sr Mexpdith the English novel fat was suffering from a broken leg but that did not prevent him from vot- IngdAr in the recent English elections He was driven three miles to the polls In a donkey chaise decorated with lib 3 IIftlidkk 2 round him and In this way he was car- b 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EXILE OR A ROMANCE OF MIDIAN A STORY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLES STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM Br the Hltbwar and Byway Preach Copyright INt tj W S EJOOJ Scripture Authority Ex 21522 OM O R R O W I must press on and search out the country to tho cast for it is thither that God Is going to lead His people Tho maiden busy with her work overheard the words and her hands trembled so that she almost upset the earthenware dish of goats milk sho was lifting to placo upon the shelf Tho threatened disaster did not escape the quick eye of the older woman and she called out sharply Have a care there ZIpporah How canlets you are getting What has come over you anyway Yesterday you got to dreaming and forgot your goats and let them wander until we utmost lost some of them and you are no better here In the house The young girl made no response but her comely face clouded with a frown and though she tried to be more attentive to her work she strained her cars to hear more of the conversation which floated In through tho ojien doorway near which two men sat earnestly conversing Just one face and form had filled her vision and thought since that metooniblo day just one week before when the stranger had so heroically defended herself and her sisters from the rude shepherds Slid had lived in the memory of that walk back home She could not re member what she had said or how she had said It so confused had she been In her shy modesty She recalled the smile of gratitude which lighted tip the deep serious face as with flushed cheeks and beating heart she tripped up to him and mumbled something about father wanting to see him Then as she had felt his gaze turned upon her her eyes had dropped and she had not dared look at him again save III sly side glances and ional glimpses she had stolen occasII visited with her father and about the place with him She knew that that brief walk home had been the most exquisitely happy moments of her life His deep fulltoned voice sounded like the harmonious roar of some distant waterfall whose musical echo told of the power and resource behind In her carsIshe had art indeed a little bird come with thyII messages of welcome Gladly pause tn my journey and listen to the music of thy voice But he had been so serious and BO occupied jVthought and talked so much with her father that he had seemingly had no tlmer thought for her and m V i + vieard his stheon ar row pierced her hvattf u i t is no wonder that her hand trembled end her thought was far from the task bcforo tierVSo eagerly did sho listen for scatches of the conversation that now and then were audible and so often did she blunder and forget the work that1finallyYou are no good tending the sheep and you are a trial In the house What ails you child Go out and see If you cant get your wits back again before you return And as she went out the door glad of the chance to get by herself her mothers eyes followed her and noted tho shy glance she cast in the direc tlon of the stranger and the which mounted to her cheek ascolorI passed him and the good claimed to herself I do believe the child is in love with him Humph and she shrugged her shoulders contemptuously what has be a penniless fugitive to offer for one of the daughters of Jethro the prince and priest of Mldlan She was aroused from such Irritat ing meditations by the sudden appear nce of her husband who said Well mother I have about per suaded Moses to tarry in this part of the country He is a clever fellow Has quite a wonderful history But I cant quite make him out He claims to be n Hebrew a descendant of Isaac son of Abraham Abraham broke In his wife why thy people claim descent from Abraham for was not Mldlan the ancient head of this people the son of Keturah whom Abraham took to wife after the death of Sarah True Indeed responded Jethro meditatively but he talks and acts not like a Hebrew but like an Egyp lien born and bred And when I charged him with being such be seemed confused offering no explan ation save to say that he had been trained In the Egyptian schools He peoplhope they have of deliverance from silvery In accordance with promises which they claim were given to Abra hamWhat then is he doing In this part of the country at such time Exactly the question I put to him and he admitted that he was forced to thee from the wrath of the king of Egypt but said that since his departure from Goshen where his people dwelt that he had resolved to go la the east and north Into Canaan the land promised to his people by God to search out the land and prepare to lead them thither at such time as Ms God shall open the way He seems med with the Idea that God has some means little bird Ippornh Old English Election Costs A burlesque bill of costs for a late Tory election In the west printed in the Flying Post for 1715 contains some very significant Items concerning old time English election expenses For- roarers of the word Church l40 is one For demolishing two houseS tOO Is another Others were For secret encouragement to the rioters t40 For a dozen of perjury men 100 For breaking windows i20- For a gang olnitlerinenabusers 4010 Par set of notorious lyare J50 nc7IJr 11 1 W r great mission for him to perfofm for his people and la Impatient to see Canaan and then to return to GoshenI andtry to bring his peoplo place Ho declares positively that Ho brew records show that tho time is at hand when deliverance is to come in fact ho has read to me from manu scripts discovered he claims In the tomb of a certain Joseph one of their ancestors who was a great ruler in Egypt which go to prove his point Jethro paused lost in thought and then he burst out with That man believes In the same God we do Our God Is the God of Abr ham We have always cherished the faith of our ancestor but It Is very evident that Moses has much knowl edge of this God which wo have not I wish he would tarry with us for I would like to learn more And his plans seem folly to me Even If he could get his people out of Egypt what would he do with thorn in Canaan face to face with organized na this and their trained armies I have pointed out to him how unpre pared his people would be oppressed and hampered as they have been In their slavery and I think ho was 1m Pressed with the thought In fact lie has gone off to meditate over the matterA pretty mess you are going to make out of It Do you know what his staying means Do you want a vagabond Hebrew or Egyptian what ever he may call himself for a son Inlaw What has he to offer In dowerWhat do you mean asked Jeth ro deeply perplexed Who said any thing about his marrying one of our daughtersWho indeed need to speak when the glances and manner of ZIpporah betray It am And she went on to tell all she had observed that day But such thought Is farthest from Moses mind I feel sure and If he should remain It would be with the thought and purpose of waiting to prepare for the deliverance of his peopleThat all may be true but bo will learn the other lesson fast enough she exclaimed Impatiently as she turned about and left her husband Thus the day wore away and Moses all unconscious of the division he was causing In the home of Jethro had wandered to a small grove some distance from the house I cannot but feel that Jethro has spoken wisely he said half aloud to himself as he paced to and fro through the lane of trees I had not considered how illprepared my people would be to push on to Canaan Must I again change my plans When I became conscious of a call to serve my people and went forth to them I found I must flee for my life Instead Then when the way seemed plain to me and I had set forth to search out Canaan and had purposed toprepare to lead my people thither there comes this man Jethro into my life to point out the apparent folly of my course What would God have me do Must I wait hero while my people suffer Oh God make the way plain ho half sobbed stopping short and lifting his eyes toward Heaven Then the question rose Tn his mind Aro my people ready for deliver ance Am I ready to lead them Will not God prepare the way even as He will deliver when Ills appoint ed time comes With the questions came a new faith In God and a willingness to wait upon ItriicmUmed a a new peace and confidence stole into his heart God hath spoken through him I will not go omto Canaan I will wait here untllGod makes the way plain and leaHarlinc back to my peopleVAs he spoke the words there came a halfstifled scream of joy from the clump of bushes at one side end glancing quickly In that direction he caught a glipse of Zipporahs face He made one move towards her when with a frightened embarrassed look she turned and fled from him What would he think of her she asked herself Would he think she was spying upon him When her mother had dismissed her she bad sought the solitude of the woods and it was not her fault that later Moses had invaded her retreat She had not dared make her presence known thinking that Moses would pass on and then she could steal quiet ly away Thus she had been forced to listen as he talked to himself and when he bad said I will wait here her poor breaking heart could not repress the cry of joy which welled to her lips And now he had heard and seen her What would ho think Thus she questioned as she sped along By way of answer there came the sound of rapid footsteps following her and she quickened her pace and would have made good her escape had not a treacherous fallen branch been in her way and tripped her Before she had time to gain her feet Moses was at her side and as he lifted her In his great strong arms he said laughingly My little bird almost escaped me that time Did I frighten you She tried to push him away with one hand while jylth the other she sought to hide her face Oh what will you think of met she sobbed I will tell you when you tell me why you screamed Moses responded soberly watching her with growing interestThere was no response Do you want mo to go away Stilt no response Do you want me to stay Still there was no answer save as a little trembling hand reached out and was grasped tenderly in the big hand of the man at her side And when Jethro received the answer of Moses next morning announc Ins that he would remain he was prepared for the request which followed saying simply It Is Gods will I verily believe Thou wilt be better content Thou shalt serve me for her Yes responded Moses fervidly putting his arm about Zlpporab who had followed him out to where her father was seated Yea ns God wills But my people too when God shall open the way One Womans Work For 13 years Mrs Matilda Coxe Stevenson explored the Rocky moun talus with her husband collecting archaic implements ceramics and cere monlal objects for the United States national museum She has been inval uable to the Bureau of American Ethnol ogy and is now a member of its stair Remarkable Considering how little ice there has been this winter It Is remarkable how many people have broken through It I0 J t i = If cf ANTHRAClltMINERS Their Proposition for Adjusting oi Difficulties Denied The Coal Operators Request ThatV Strike Commissioners Award Bo Continued For Another Term of Three Yearlli New YorkThie propos r the United Mine Workers of Ai erica for a readjustment of wages and conditions in the anthracite coalfields as a wholo have been denied by tho committee representing tho anthracite operators As a counter prop osition tho operators suggest that tho awards made by tho anthracite coal strike commission the principles upon which wore established by tho jHuhcdand awards shall be continued for a further term of three years from tho first day of April IflOG The present agreement terminates March 31st of this year Tho demand of the miners that the operators enter Into an agreement with the union Is declined on the ground that the anthracite operators stand unalterably for the open shop and again decline to mako an agreement with tho United Mine Workers- of America an organization controlled by a rival industry Of the demand for an eighthour day the statement says the operators know of no change- In conditions that can bo used to sfi lain the renewed demand for a reduc tlon in hours Declares that tho ex pectation of tho strike committee that the reduction from ten to nine hours Should not result In any decrease In the output of the mines has not been realized and adds Wo might justly say that with tha experience of the past three years the ten hour day should be restored but we are willing to abide by the decision of the commission A DOUBLE RAILWAY WRECK Several Persons Were Killed or In jured Near Bloomdale O Toledo O Eastbound freight No 78 from Garrett Ind was running in two sections At Godsend a small station two miles from Bloom dale the first section stopped for wa ter A fierce snow storm was raging and obscured the first section from Engineer Albert Guastke and Fireman Nicholson of the second section and their train dashed down upon it When they discovered It It was Im possible to stop and their engine crash ed into the rear of the freight ahead throwing one car over on the parallel track which was open for a fast pas senger westbound At this moment the passenger came along at full speed The engine hit the derailed car and was almost demolished The mall and baggage cars were thrown over the engine two passenger coach es were splintered and a Pullman car was derailed but none of theV pants Injured The engine anV r cars of the freight second sectlor ere demolished Fireman Hootnir as pinned beneath the engine and r of the passenger and Instantly ed to death Engineer Seigel wasV n into the air and fell senseles To his engine j TERRIBLE MINE DISASTER Over 1000 Lives Lost By An ESpl sionof Gas In France Paris Gas In the coalsof the Courrleres district r Bethune exploded with te esuIts The flames spread to he communicating pits in which 100 men had just descended in th rn ing The spectacle surroiinoT the scene is fearfulSThe worst fears as to the enornIty of the mine disaster in the Courrjeres district of the Pas do Calais have been realized The death list numbers 1100 and the whole of the region stands appalled at the terrible tragedy which has brought sorrow to 6000 fathers mothers wives and children The vast mortuary camp Is under military guard 400 soldiers having ar rived there to assist in holding in check the crowds of distracted mourn ers For a time hope had been held out to the people that tapping on pipes by the imprisoned men had been heard but gradually this hope van ished and the people demanded admis sion to see the bodies and even threatened to break through the cor don of troops who had the greatest difficulty in keeping the crowds from the pit Prince Henry CommanderInChlef London The Standards Bertha correspondent says that Emperor William during the summer in tends to gazette his brother Prince Henry of Prussia as Commanderin chief of the entire German fleet in ao tIve service Double Suicide SU Paul MinnKatie Ransome and Mattie Lorraine actresses are at the city hospital In a critical condi tion The former Is suffering from a bullet wound In the left breast and the latter from gas poisoning MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati March 10 CATTLE Fair to good J460 G15 0525CALVESExtraIIOQS Cholca packers 6 Ctf 6 45 Mixed 630 O 64- 0SHEEPFxtra 5 60 r 6 73 LAMBSExtra U 760 patent 4 75 WHEATNO 2 red 50gJ fS CORNNo 2 mixed 44 OATSNo 2 mixed 4HARLEYNo 63 0 1ii1300PORKClearLARDPrIme 750 7 iBUTTERCholce dairy IS 0APPLESChoice 600 9 POTATOESPer bush K f 60 TOBACCONew 500 61300 Old 460 CUTS CHICAGO FLOUR Winter patent 3 70 4 00 WHEATNo 2 red 78O 79 No 8 red 72 0 79 CORNNo 2 mixed 41fi u OATSNo 2 mixed 39 RYEChoIce 41150LARDPrimeNEW TORK FLOUR Winter patent 3 4 30 WHEAT No S red W 86 OATSNo 2 mixed 3414 f 35 CORNNo 2 mixed UPORKPrime TJ LARD Prime steam tflSO BALTIMORE WHEATNo red 0 82 CORNNo 2 mixed 46tP 463 CATTLE Steers 4 00 O 50 HOGSOood to choice 6 30 g 6 50 LOUISVILLE WHEATNO 2 red tJ si CORN No 3 white 45 OATS No 2 mixed S 33U PLARDPrime III 75 INDIANAPOLIS CATTLEPrtme ulcers JS 7IHOGS Good to choice 6 00Vj SIIEEPBet grade W Ityj 4 J RESTORE STRENGTH 0 Williams Pink Pills Actually Make New Blood and Good Health Follows Lho evil effects that follow ninny dis sos particularly tho grip and tho ijting lovers such ns typhoid and ii Jaria are caused by tho bad condition in which these diseases leavo tho blood in result tho flesh continues to fall way tho sufferer grows nervous and irritable nnd even slight exertion causes shortness of breath Chose nro danger Ssymptoms and indicate that tho HI u is in n stato that invites pneu hUt Vj or oven consumption What is now supply of rich rOil blo nud strength to every part o xxly I was nil run dowu fioni time effects of the Rrip says Mrs Amelia huh of No 5 high street Norwich Conn and could not Bcoiu to put strength to walk could not cat n full meal my stomach was so weak nud I was so nervous that CJlllst1yll1bedor day Tho least littlo thing would startle mo I kid difficulty in breath jug ppolltMywrecked nnd I hind neuralgic nud rhcu matio pains dyspepsia constipation timid female weakness My tended mo for tho grip and ngain for tho condition that it loft mo in but I got no strength from tim tonics ho proscribed In fact nothing helped mo until I tried Dr Williams Pink Pills anti they cured mo I grew stronger and gained flesh from tho timo I began taking them I am satisfied that time pills nro all that is claimed for them and I shall do nil I can to niako their good qualities known Dr Williams Pink Pills curo ner Tons disorders of every kind check strengthForMedicine Co Schenectady NY Holding Out a Hope adjoininghis it necessary for me to be at the trial in person When does my ease conic up Heeponsc liy the circuit clerk youYounext KtigantIf that Ill come Im deaf Chicago Tribune Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh Medicine Sent Free tryBotanicanic Blood Hahn U U kills or de stroys the poison in the blood which causes the awful adieu in back and ghoul der blades shifting pains dilliculty in moving fingers toes or legs bone pains swollen muscles and joints of rheumatism droPIpingseyes all played out feeling of curellbundredsing after doctors hot yprincs and patent medicines had all Most of these alastforimyof rheumatism or catarrh while or after taking Balm It makes the blood healthyblood perlargefree and prepaid also special medical ad writingTrapped You say he has grown whiskers since last you saw him did you recognize him By my umbrella Milwaukee Senti Eel VflV Tons Grass Hay Free Everybody loves lots and lots of foddet for hogs cows sheep and swine The enormous of our Northern Grown Pedigree Seeds on our seed farms specialSALZERS BAJlOATS SEED BOOR This is brim full of bargain seeds at bar gain prices RBXD vms JfOTICE TO DAY and receive free sufficient seed to grow 5 tons of grass on your lot or farm this summer and our great Bargain Seed Book greatbargainsRemit 4c and we add a package of Cosmos the most fashionable serviceable beautiful annual flower John A Salzer Seed Co Lock Draw er K La Crosse AVis One Wife Too Many Prison Visitor What are you in for my manConvictSecond degree MurderMatrimonyPhmladehphma PreM 1 SHOuLD A HORSE BE CLIPPED CLIPPING IN THE EARLY SPRING RECOMMENDED BY LEADING VETERINARIANS All Thinking Men Readily Recognize Its Advantages A horse Is a valuable asset and should receive the best care possible lie should bo well fed comfortably stubled carefully groomed and clipped in time early spring If he receives these attentions he will work well nnd improve in value A horse lives under artificial conditions In his- wild state ho required none of these attentions for ho was able to lookout for himself The domesticated animal being worked under condi tions that are In themselves artificial must be kept in condition for such workThe clipping of a Horse In the early spring is now conceded by all the leading veterinarians to bo as essen tial to a horses well being as shoeing him or giving him a comfortable bed to lie on Farmers In England and Franco havo boon clipping their horses for many years and American farmers are not slow to realize its advantages A clipped horse dries out rapidly after a hard days work and will rest comfortably and be refreshed for the work the following day An undipped horse is liable to catch the heaves pneumonia and all sorts of colds rheumatism etc Moro especially is this so In the early spring when his hair is long and he perIheld by his long hair and the food that should go to nourish him will be used to replenish the heat thatis be- Ing constantly taken from his body by the mass of cold wet hair If clipped the perspiration will evapor ate almost as soon as secreted and when put In the stable he rests com fortably and his food does him good Some years ago a Buffalo street car company tested the value of clipping In the following manner They own ed horses aud 250 of these were clipped early in the spring and 250 were not clipped A careful record was kept of results and it was found that of the 260 unclipped horses 153 were afflicted with coughs and pneumonia while of the 250 clipped not lone case of sickness was reported- A man would not expect to enjoy manIwear a heavy suit and a fur overcoat and after perspiring freely as he naturally would go to sleep without removing same It is just as ridiculous to expect a horse to bo in perfect health It worked under the same con dittoes If you would get the best returns from your investment in your horse treat him right and be sure and clip him in the early spring A first class horseclipping machine can be bought at almost any hardware store for less than 700Horso Review Dec 5th 1905 FROM FOREIGN FIELDS The sum of 720000 marks has been raised by the German army for the Moltke monument In Berlin There were 11885 fewer deaths In London in 1905 ending with the Sat urday before Christmas than for the average of the last ten years An amateur society has been formed for the diffusion of the cult of the bagpipe not only In Scotland but In England A pe of jilpe3 costs from 25 to 250 according to finish and nnellishments Bears Ths Signature Of T BY This She Could Or der Her by the Card An official of one of the obm tells on of a young woman ina town who New York relates the young woman finally to afford the the bmefit of her her she took various which she from Co four yards and six yards B Ears as If Off Face Mass of by in Two for 7Sc I feel it my duty to of other every lit recom box of the sores had all healed and my little ones face and body were lars of cents Mrs of know For he has his coffee direct and no one else in this country icta anv just like it Dont Get Get A that cures tired hot feet and makes new or tight shoes easy Ask for Allens no Trial FREE A S Le N Y c man who of his and see ifit jnt 110 S To Cure a Cold in One Day Take BROMO Tablets refund money it fails to euro is on each box 2z from lack of sleep Puck 5V Is the sure easy cure for p p p a p p p p p as p p p p p p p p p p V an In 17 aicIVUO a THI CINTUH TTNEWYO Cnrr To sweeten To refresh To cleanse system Effectuallyand There is only Genuine Syrup Figsi to bene ficial effects AMPLES TELEGRAPH Woman Thought DressGoods telegraph panies amusing Pennsylvania YorkfirmthelinttreallySuccess Magazine decided company patronage Opening handbag therefrom Samples consulted taskIcomitelegraphform followsIlIl1nk Sendexpress BABYS TORTURING HUMOR Looked They Would Drop SoresCured Cuticura Weeks parents whatIcalledIwouldIrop IhadOintment wouldnotmusteati seventyfive Akron10hioEvidence Refinement particularinstance imported hedrinksmealPhiiadelphio Footsore FootEase wonderful powder aching today FootKase Accept substitute package Address Olmsted complains loudest lotobserve paddedLAXATIVE Quinine Druggists WGnovEs signature goodthingunreasonable St Jacobs O11VVVV RheumatismAnd Neuralgia wvflflflnrn- 1RICEj Ct- RETHP F6RjMNbgo ior Infants Children Ikz44Fir4vw Over Thirty Years The Kind You Have Always Bouglt the one of get its IThe Dispels colds and headaches when- bilious or con stipated For men women and children I Acts best on kidneys and liver stomach and bowels Always buy the genuine Manufactured fry the I 1RNIAfIG YRUP CJ I LoisviIte Ky S J Jdsco CatlIewYorkiX lr firstclasdrugFig Syrup Cois always printed on the ofevery package Price Cents per bottle 114 FUTNAM FADELESS DYESColor more brihterand latercotors than anotherdye OnelOc package colorsalt libers They die In cold water better than any other dye You eindje MI gamenl without ripping Write lor fret t UelHow to Dye Bleach and Mix Colors MONROB DRUG CO Ualoavlllt MlnourL 1tiVsi r- L Q r 0 F n l11 r I 1 A genius is merely a man who tinVderstands the art of advertising hma fAwill insure a natural action of the liver kidneys stomach and bowels for 1 Brookt 4s ryour eotamna s A Guaranteed Cure for Piles PlioDnlltlhltsPAzoOiSTMBXTfallstocurolnGtoHday SOEVTravel broadens the minds of oimosctSore and the feet of othersVVVV r 2VHERITAGE OF CIVIL WAR Thousands of Soldiers Contracted CtrosUi Kidney Trouble While in the SenicVThe experience of Capt John L ElyV of Co E 17th Ohio now living atSOOV 1 East Second Street Newton KansasVwill interest the thouVsands of veterans whoVcame back from theVVCivil sufferieVtortures with kIdneyVcomplaint cape ElyVsays contracted kidney trouble duringVthe Civil War and theVoccasional attacks fiVnally developed chronic case At one had toueVcrutch and cane to pet about Jy back was lame and weak anti besides VV the aching there was a distressing rVtention of the kidney secretions was in a bad way when I began using Doairi Kidney Pills in 1001 but the reua1yVScured me and have beea1cyeYR sinceVVby nil dealers 60 cents boxVFosterMilbnrn Co Buffalo N Y OTBXRGBiY Kan in Chll rtrenB wYorILCltl MOTHER GRAYS THE EXTERNAL USE OF I short p p p s S p 25 the Fifty Goods apart 4 Ioften Send 5 War I into a time i a I J Sold a It penetrates to the seat of torture arid relief rpromptly follows Price 25c and 5Oc SS Iii If pp SPPPPPPPPpApp Pp 61 VWVyyyy yyyy yvy yVVy VVVVYVVyyyyyW ANTIGHIPffitIs toCf4 VVVSVVV GUP IAD COLD HEffMCKW EURALG1IV I wont loll AnttQrlpt VVVW o Xt Cllf WOBrMV ll BOiL 1 FWDieasciXLs cItV IiIIel4 1t LINIMEIT1 pq iiA5ureRutiiIy1V LUteNBackTVV VIVInsfVVVV PRIC 255oo1VOL- DAlIDruggst VV- Di Ev1 SSloinVVBOSTON MASSUSA CALIFORNIA itUNION PACIFIC 1EVERY DAY from February V c 15 to April 7 1000 ColonIstVrates to all principal points in that state iChicago S3300 I SHORT ROUTE FAST TIM SMOOTH R0ADBDVTourist Sleeping Cars a SpecialtyV i Inqulreot W G NEIMYElt GAI2O JACKSON BOULIVARDVV ICHICA80ILL I That Delightful Aid to Health axttEVt Toile Antiseptic JrE IWhiten t uifies i mouth ani tk is catarrhsore aoatV acre e s and bY direct application rca all inflamed ulcerated and byfemininePaxtine extraordinasy cleansing lienni qualities unlike anything else Atalldruggists 5oCentsV d7 4TheANKB 2117 IPAYSPOTGAS for jlotiplfan one i rAlOL H KEOBKo Ulb I tItV r Io5 r + f iito Sl- s1r4V i s 7 VV i 0 A ift v J MQc W 1 l 4 IMt n a Jti sf I I 1 c ffl iI tit I1 rJ I rYrt1 r i H Ik j c- I 4 1 JI11 i 9Jf 4jI 1 1l I t J i flflo a E Ir r q 1 r i l k + 1 =OWINGSVILLE fBOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO I4lf OVINGSVILIE KY rc fsi PER lEAR IN ADVANC- Er t Address nIL communications r TUB OUTLOOK PunusiiiNu Co or 10I r Joint W HotfAKKn Owingsville r 1r Ry 1 Subscribers desiring change of address should always give previous II b Address when writing Correspondents when out of sta xtioncry should mention fact on n 1t1pfrl to any on TilE OUTLOOK 1sent one year 4 for one dollar six months for sixty cent three months for thirtyflve tents aJi WlIIUJU A MAU II 1C 1E01 r Kentucky General Aesem tlIIE to ndjourn not lalerthati Tuesday It wa ier I the best thing it dill and thi y wasnt voluntary CASSII CUAIUVICK in tile Comm a Mills 0 ponitentiwry Will supplied I with dainty edibles by her attor torneys in Cleveland until the war t den ordered it stopped Ciisnie S evidently lids yet n lot of coin salt t ed down somewhere UNCLE JOE CANNON is wrathy because of the Senates action on t ihe Philippine Stntelnodnnd Rail road Rate billnlllt says Aldrich Hurrows t Co ppptn to wnnt toa bo running things Uncle Joe runs the House and wnnte no rival 0 legislative factory IT is hinted that u lot of tie h itundpnt US Senators have be e come utterly inditrcrcnt to the fute c of the Philippines since thn Ad i t roinistration bus pought byu ro a 1 duction of eovecty five per cent of a i the Ditigley tariff rates on Philio a rpine importations to give those is lands partial justice The true etandpattttr don t wnnt anything he c vant skin to the bone Jf JTllK U Si Senate amended the 1 Joint Statehood thex bill passed by IJ Houscprovidini for the admission f of Oklahomaa uQflInOdkllnhTerrttrYt ifii I4ijy tit the tI1cl I 1 out the provif inn for the 1 ftdlDis ion of New Mexico and Art 1A r Jnnl KB one Stato The vote wa F I 87 to S5 The JolJ1ttR1ehood bill Jtf Xwiifclin Administration measureliut righttt a t SixVKouu Kentucky counties 0 ai are as abstinent and temperate in the matter of alcoholic beverages lt 4i8 the rigid Prohibition law can make them The Prohibitionistsr s J n hope to and will likely add twen ty live nore counties to the list I Jt III possible thnt before rr iiy yettrt Kentucky will be lit much 1 J rromilbltlnnlzea as Maine und Kan ii kB1I nut saying much for iTeal temp rancp tit TUB tl S Sjuprenio Court W c lquuBsitlldl u Vie case of SCaIeb Power toTTiQ Ken tuck 1 Courts foTirittl but 119 i tice Harjon who delivered the xTplninn said that when the Ken v lucky Courts hid finally decided fr The cuce it JBiglit be brought to Ithe Suprome Court for review to I 1 trcide whether lsnylubslnntl1 i fc it of Powers had been viola t ed Powere may be tried for mn oiyrlrs yet if he lives l SuMB ANTHONY Is dead at f ter N Y at the age of 8fl 3 1years She was it Yankee school 1 mistress ln the earlier part of her e career nextbieamean agitator foi 1 2he freeing of the negro andthe lot I C4er pavirf f her lit devoted her enpr I ffcletotie cause of womans Kuf r Jf Jfage Her power lay in her persist ency her skeadfust adherence pur a W r pose rather than In intellect She i Ikept everlastingly at U and lived a the triumph of the most of her licauscs so far us the law was concern a id1 but she quickly abandoned the f attempt to InatltuteJemale dress re a lr t frtnby wearlngbloomers herself ai t s f THE Prohibition County Unit V tim8 passed by the Kentucky td d W1 Assembly and it went to f I the Governor for his signature to I j Sti becomealaw It violates the prin r t Tfiln of local selfgovernment in re 4 towns otthe fith and eixth 4 wholetc u ty 88Y on d iownsof those two classes though t t 4lJiiyhUB to pay none of the taxes to run the4 jieceiiary governinentolt I those towns ancrIfk Ittbevtcc i u j fact tome towns cnn not 1l Je1 rIie sufficient rev8DueothefWIse 1 i1 wjthou unduly burdenIng their t t= laipayeri or buiines men and you lf t tlonl have to go any further than oh iiji i Owingaville Ond an example =4 tt04 1 t CORRESPONDENCE t1 ttl ta 1 1 Moores Ferrv f 7 Wm Staton old to Jetty Van i i 1 If laiidlughnifl a mare for or30 t li 1hcre w renot ninny from this 4I = iI1 prt ttunded Court at Owmgsvile 1 loadft A r t WaRiqotaJa k Ulce wenl r t j JoMt t3terltJ tStturd y to eee alvflj1 f i I buncb9fwule they are l hacIpgjddtti- i1r l- tttIr v ii rf TliereBre a good many dogs In 1 r tl tills part but there are not many l theyiII iJbiutopIl1taxe89ntbemf l t t i l j Springfield air Jal f of Kewt Sprout is very sick SmatbtrsttoS 7ci1fz1 di BjSaaatbets and life visited nt t e tOtel first ot the week 09 JJ Q i 1Ls t 2J 1 r tr FIt t to t ti 16 l lt r Hv f t cato i h of I Itlfrl 4thar1 1 r f 4 rrr I L1 41 u t F t1fto Ft fr Rrof 4 toF Tnot f jfJq 1 1 IIJ 1 4iXffI1 f IJ t 1r1tr Al r t i I I 1jIl 1 U 1 r i ll fjl d tJ r 0t rP a t1llOy l I csap W A Hoyd nml wifp f f Sharps bur visited Mrs Lucy Smallieis Sunday Miss DorothyFleuiltigof Carlisle visited friends in this vicinity trout Tuesday till Saturday Mrs Arch Pnwitt and diuj hter ofnear Mt Sterling visited Mrs Leonard Robinson Sunday Ringos Mill nttlIa1cIlIat 11 P Hurst of Poplar Plains visited his uncle II C Hurst John C Hurst bought of George M Filfon a nice joke of work cat tIe for 105 Miss Stella nOpiC lists heet visiting her grandmother und other re latives the past week Died Feb 6 the little babof Greely Cooper of whooping cough interment in HilUboro cometery C M Ross of Wallingford boy ed to tile farm near lucre the 6th We arc glad to have him with us ituin John Stratton Will has been home on II three months furlough from the army returned from Ft Thomas Mondnj1 and will go from there to Michigan in a short time Upper Flat Crook George Clino is still very sick W G Moore was at Farmer on butiness Mrs Ed Glover hUB been very sick for the putt week Rcezo Owinus returned last wetk trout lint Spring Ark Stoner Goodpaster and family left lust week for Illinois their fu ture home Mrs Armililu Williamson son Daily and fimity were the guests of T J Steele and family Sunday Miss Nell Glover returned homo Sunday after several neeks stay with her sister Miss June C Cloy er in Mt Sterling James KincalJ and family D C Tipton and wife were with rein tirtp here the last of the week and attended Mrs Eliza Goodpasters funeral at Salt Well Sunday Hillsboro Mrs Moto Faris iereported bet ter horn to the wife of Elbert Raw lings a su- nllenry Jones sold Wm Downey a house and lut for 75 J W Hunter sold a horse to Foster Freeman for 95 M A Denton left for a business trip to Cincinnati Monday Miss Maud Myers left Monday to attend school at Lebanon O John and Ral Todd sold their tobacco to Stuindera Bros at 7c Alias Lena Knapp is visiting her aunt Mrs Julia Clark this week Elder T llHuuve preached two interesting sermons here Sundays S Rt MeRoheUs sold to Mr My rtiC Illinois 4 two year hid colt for 200 J Miss Sudip 9waens visited Mrs Robert Wnllingfrd from Saturday until Thursday Marshall HawkinsSidneySorrell lloydleftAt the Moody sale here Tuesday Mre Margaret Moody bought the home farm nf 162 acres nt 38 p creEL McGregor bought 40 acres of timber land for 195Fos ter Freeman the 80 nero tract of mountain land for 240 rDied Much 8 infant of Greely Cooper of pneumonia interment Friday in the Hillsboro Jetuctcry Odessa 1Dleyctt1 M L Jones sold a black mare to M A Garner last week for 77 There have been tine deaths on White Oak since Jan 22 of this year 7 Woodaon Norris anti wife have a very sick baby at tho In tiers father J A Harhere Most of the sick arc convalescent LucyVanlnndlnghuw nOlleyIwas buried at theBailey burying ground near the home Baby boy of W S Barber died last week of pneumonia following measles and Wits buried at the family graveyard onGeoLaihratub place The baby boy of Stun and Mollie Hawkins diedSdturday atlloclock a m after a long struggle with meutiles Then pneumonia set up which caused the death It was buried at the Jones graveyardSun day at 11 a m Moving line begun in earnestA T Jones moved last week from Bur bridges Brunch to his new reel dcnco on Hie land he purchased of G W BojdJYsaao Stephens from J A to J Will Horsemans place Chas Coldiron from Ohio buck to the house vnca tedGy Stephens W W Rogers to thti newlyrepaired house on his pothers place David Whaley to the farm he bought and vacated by Rodgers Charley Jones from J L Marklands place to theCGWhnley farm vacated by David Whaley J L Markland to his own place ya ented by Jones David Norris to J B SprattB place near Sharpsburg Tom Stone to the FT Jones place vacited by Norris Roe Manley from JA Trumbos place to the Prickly Ash neighborhood Frank McNab und wife have gone to house keeping in the house recently vacated by Wm S Anderson in the Johnson Hollow look out Frank those buohoo owls will gov you T4 fgZF Crooks Arthur Barnes is inLotiisville on business Miss Lena llazelrigg of near Bethel is visiting here Several from hero attended court in Owingsville Monday Jeff Davis and son of Midland City were here Saturday- S H Johnson of Farmers was here Saturday on business Cle Bitrnea anti Martin Hart were at Olympia Sunday Mies Celia McGarty of Olympia visited relatives here the past week Joe Wiiliinns was in Louisville several days last week on business Little Miss Mary Sue Reedof Cauiurgo is visiting her uncloChns Reed and wife IMrs Lee Thompson of Midland Cityts visiting her parents Walker Cassity nnd wife Randolph Nixon of Soldier was hero Sunday to see his sister Mrs TIlIU5uttt1lietwho is sick Mrs Joe Williams and children visited her parents Cole luck sou and wife at Olyuipia Saturday and Sunday V1 Pebble Silas Woodard left for Marion lad Moodily J W Hendrix bought n yearling steer for 1350 J W Hendrix sold six shoals to John lloyd for 24 I N Powell sold a work mare to Tlios Hunt fur 65 Mr8 Snlliu Stewart visited Johnnie Stewatl Saturday ucorge Kirk and family left for Marion Iud Monday fllPY Rogers moved to his new fte on hill farm Saturday Snot Perkins bought a yearling steer of Tow Siafield for 12 50 Rodney Vanlandinghnui bought a cow of Tom Stanlield for 36 50 George Turner bought a 8year old mule of J PCollivcr for9210 Thornt Stephens bought n ten yearold mare of George Kirk for 7050 EJdiu Perkins bought a four ycirold mule of Perry Emmons for 16750 f P Colliver bought a pair of 3 year old mules of W S Woodard for 185 Bethel Billie Day lost a good milch cow lust week There are several cases of meas lee in the neighborhood Morris Evans nod wife of Sher burne were herd Sunday Luther Pieratt of Ezel county is visiting hisfbrotherWIll- Ollio Arrueniitli went to Cleve land Ohio to try to get n situu tion iJames Iliekey solda mtro t Milford Berrr near 31corelleld for 175 W F Pier tt W L Dayand Tom Lloyd were in Cincinnati lust week Mrs Clay Vice died March 3burial in Longvlewc J etery Sunday S Richard Wilson has moved to his mothers farm near her from Shelby county Oliver Cannon died on Thursday night Mardi 1 i burial in Long- view Cemetery S Mrp Battle Williams and daugh ter of Reynoldavllle spent from Friday until Tuesday with friends here y Thomas Arnett traded his farm adjoining the cemetery to J W and Bob Crouch for their farm adjoining the one Mr Arnett live un Upper Prickly Ash Curran Steele sold a marc Mon day for 150 John Stone sold a sow and five shouts to T J Carr for 25 rue Hamilton brothers sold five shouts to James Clark at 5o Geo Clark Jr bought a cow and calf of Robt Myers for 36 50 II A Lyter sold two yearling steers to Wm Hart at 2250 per head Almanzu Stone sold thirteen yearling steers to James P Colliver at 15 per head- Marshall Stoneof near Reynolds yule visited his parents Johnson Stone and wife Sunday J D Manley visited Wm lied rickand family at Salt Lick Saturday niglit and Sunday W W Case and family of Ow ingsville visited Johnson Stone unit family Sunday atternoon Mrs James Buchannon is some betterbut is poorlv yet The other sick folks tore convalescing Mrs Daniel Harper visited her daughter Mrs C S Ratlilf and family in Owingivllle lest week Coburn Hamilton visited J J Coyle and family on lower Prickly Ash Saturday night and Sunday E B Stone wife and little niece Eulah Lee Reid of OwinRSvillevis Ited R L Stone und wife Sunday E S Hamilton wife and baby daughter Neal of Roes Run spent Saturday with RL Stone and wife Alroanza Stone sold his shoats to T J Carr at 3 Jier head instead of 9 us the paper stated U last week John Smith of Nicholas county and Pete Buchannon Lexington visited James Buouopnon and fain ily last week Jrt t iN r t Cirtijgo city vi Tommy Rigdon was in 1u1nga burg Saturday on busiiKf Mrs T J Havens iued her anther in Owingsvillc Monday Mrs L S Rntliff was iniOwings villo one day this week shipping Mrs Bettie Outright and Mrr Mariah Eden are on the nifck list Mattlo Wilson little daughter of Robert Freeman und wife is very sick The little daughter afi Aaron Fanning is very ill with whooping coughEverett Gardener and family vis ited J M Newman and family Sunday Miss Mantle Myern left Monday for Lebanon Ohio where she will attend school Burgess and Boone Kissick nt tendtd the bedside of their sister Mrs Charlie Rawlings nt Bethel who is v ry sick Salt Lick Tom Wren hero Henry Flood has the grip Business seems nourishing in our little town Bro Dawson ofMt Stcrlingwas here last week Mr Gordon returned from Pennsylvania last week y Mrs Robbins and Mrs Cheap hive returned from Cincinnati Rupert Warren buyer for D V Lugrew CooIB in Cincinnati this weekRev Adkins of Morchcud line been employed to preach at the Christian Church Miss Emma Pierce ofLoxington is here on u visit and may decide to again make her home here The Hospital management has secured the services of a trained nurse from Louisville who arrived last week Miss Sudio Stout came Saturday to take charge of a large class in music We are glad to have her with us again Bro Durham and family left Monday fur Mityexllle JI make their home These good people will be missed from our town Slate Valley Mrs Dee Rudder is very sick atVyowingMrs Enoch Surrell has been sick the past week GlorgeBedell Sncdegurloscinstead Isaac Toys rnmilrnrc all getting over the Mrs Jack Toy is coraplaJnTiitf of a very deep cold Mrs Chris Garner I am gaJ lo say is improving rhaefdehtrdftruuJvtk Elder WlUhoit Oiled his app t meiit here Saturday night and Sqii daylSam Shultz and wife visitedJnck WJollllajSuntlIlY IMrs Robe t Bailey has pnei marlin b tlunt glad to suy8bfc ter now John Robinson moved from the ore mines to Wm Wrights farm on Prickly Ash Burn last week to Eph UutWn and wife twin boys mother and babiesdning well Sum Conyers family is all con littleNannieLittle Jack Stone is vey poorly with measles at the home of James Goodpnster at the Forge MjH X StOODS Jesse Morgan was in Cincinnati lust week on business This vicinity was well represented at Owingsvilla Monday R E Tipton has erected two tenant hoffses on his farm The supply of fodder in this neighborhood is about exhausted Young Llnville sold a crop of tobacco to Hisle at 7i und3o per lb Miss Stella Kissick has returned PoplarH C Ficklin visited relatives near JeflVsrsonville from Saturday until Monday Its well for a man not to under value himself the world will do that for him- Farmers are getting anxious to finish sowing tobacco beds but bad weather prevents Walter McQuithey of Judytook a relapse with pneumonia and is in a serious condition Harrison Conn of Fleming county visited relatives hire front Saturday till Monday Deaths certificates are the diplo mae awarded the graduates of the school of experience- D j L Goodun and daughterMisd Anna May have been visiting rela lives near Owingaville The reason some people marry is because they want to find someone who has brains enough for two Newspapers say that we are still civilizing the Filipinos Killing them is a good way to civilize them for nobody can deny that a dead Filipino is a good one J H Gillaspie sold to J G Ray of Lawson Mohis noted jack Ken lucky Chief receiving 900 for him This is a jreat loss to Kentucky Chief StoekjjWm The Sick James A7XTatsoD l3 jecoTcring from pueuojuaift Mrs R o t w P V 4t Gregory ire opVIIJeS llnt Mrs prlOrly8ho LexingtonNimrodByrd 0 Cave Run Another wedding soon W II Hum of Mnrchcad was here Sunday A T Ham of SahLick attended church here Sunday Clifton Davis sold his grist mill to Ross Alfrey for 275 Vo congratulate Jllnell Casey on possessing a wheel built for two D C Oyster ofLexington Pres ident of the Licking Valley OilCo was here last week Mrs J W hunt returned home Friday from a weeks visit to her son Turner at Salt Lick Ask CarlVinton of Rowan county why every Sunday afternoon rinds him at Richard Johnsons Misses Bertha undBessicJohnsoM left Monday for Salt Lick when unclejEM P Willime who hud been hero and in Morgan county for the last two week attending to some business left Monday for his home at Berea The quarterly meeting was held here Saturday tind Sunday The presiding elder failed to be here on account of sickness BrnRoundtrce lilled his place A certain young man of this place has become well known for his entertaining qualities Anyone that wishes to know more about this mutter can just ask Ed Olympia Ben Pcnix will start Monday tentor school at Ftlmoulh Vm McGlnthin of Mt Sterling visited lila father lucre this week Roe Swarts of Neola visited his parents herd Saturday undSundiiy Clell Coyle and wifeof RoesRun spent Sunday with J P Copher and wife Elms Highley sold n bfnch of hogs to WillBurnesof Montgomery county at 5Ao 11 rsPench Warren nnd daughter Edna arc visiting relatives onHdes Run this week Miss Rena Jackson of a Louis vilte school is visiting her aunt here this week Mrs Jell Hovcrraiile visited hrdaughter Airs SiittfciUeldof Chest nut Grove Sunday Mrs Joe WilliumsofPrestonvis ited her parents Cole Jackson und wife Saturday and Sunday George Swans mid little dough ter May start to Illinois Tuesday to visit his diujiliter Mr George artier Mrs Thrasher who spent rJif wittier in lrOin jtoii with her daughter MM budTCliirli returned home Saturday J K Jicksoiv has sold all the land belonyinj ioClit rley andlesee Cook Jr near Olympian Spring to RicharJson Bros M rsGcorgeW itherownt Anhlnnd 4ierJ of consumption Und was brought and buried at theOld Fields graveyard Friday She was before marriage Elva YelU S Stopstono Mrs Ethic Gill of Winchester is visiting Mrs A J Mustcraoji W G Mnpre left Friday for a visit to relatives in and uroiindUw ingsville Misses Lillie und SudicWilliams of Ewinglon visited relatives here lust week Mrs W J Lawson spent Sunday with friends at Bald Eugld and at- Tended the meeting Wm Carmichael bought a pair onviirk horses of HVV Bittinster Monday morning Masses Sarah and Millie Car michatlvaiid Espy Hurt spent Sun day with Mids Brooksie Henry E A Flynn and wifeof MtSter linK spent Sunday with Mrs Fs mother Mrs Parker and family The ladies of JorinthChurch are preparing to have a Hon party next Thursday for the benefit of churchMiss tt io Payne visited her brotherin law Wm Blevirs and wile of Mt Sterling several days last week Thomas Garrett traded lila old black mare to his brother Jim for the latterfl unbroken filly giving 10 to boot Mrs W B Henry and daughters spent Tuesday with her brotherin law JB Conley and family on Butlers Branch Mrs Richard Garrett Jr und children took her sister Miss Lizzie Hart back home Sunday and spent the day with her parents on the Forge Farm x Blrsj Eliza Gondpaster widow of Onpt Fountain Goodpaster passed away from the effects of grip last Friday night and was buried Sun day morning Wo extend sympathy to ni- liii Lano has completed mov log his wife getting in Saturday morning looking very bad but we hope being home again and breath- Ing the good country air will soon bring her hack to good health jAUCTIONEER If you want the services of an auc tinncer call on me Terms reasonable GEORGE H GUDQELL Odessa Ky i = j 7 I rt- J aKENT HOWAKU tk WAsnisaTOS Wntihiiigton March 5My Dear Wife I have decided that Iito not want to lie n Senator of the United States I jtu nut at all certain that I will care to remain In the Iloiieo longer than the term to which I have been elected hut 1 am deter mined beyond prospect of reconsid eration that if I do remain in po litical life I will get my commission from the people direct and not from billy railroad tuaniger or syndicate of men whose business prospers through favoritism in legislation I have been into this game just long enough to cease wondering why people become Populisms randtu wonder why more of theta do not become anarchists It is probably lucky for me that Burnell and his friends picked me out early in thin came asSenatorial timber from our State and sprung the plan on mo direct I see the moral objections to it noivwhereas wouldprobnblv have been alright to me if I had been allowed to stay in tho louse for a few terms and be submitted to the seasoning process employed by corporations to fit Congressional timber to their pur popes I will have less money than would have had otherwise and you and I will be Jst plain people in Washington or Hollingsdale or wherever we may livebutlui going to sleep better than I would have been able to do if 1 had not reached this decision to abandon any plnll for my promotion to the Senate The very frankness of the prop osition for my political advance ment and the explanation of the methods to be used in accomplish ing it have openedmy eyes pretty thoroughly to the dangerous ten dencies of the political system in this nation today I might join in the play be n staractor in the cast and personally profit by itand pass from tho sceno of activity befoe the explosion comeS Then again the audience may arise almost any time and throw things at this per formers I do not propose to be ot the stage when the revolt comes Having reached this decision I can answer your questions us to Whether it is true that the railroads trusts and bij syndicates control members of the United States Sen ate The answer must bo in the affirmative Mary with explana Lions No ono will contendcertain ly no one could prove that IInj member of that august body known us the United States Senate Is directly ordered uround like n hired employ by any railroad or anj corporation but the tact remains that these corporate influences do exercise power in legislation sulll dent to prevent the enactment oil any law that promises to seriously affect their int rests or lessen their dividends The methods by which this irlliienee is sceureilare inunj and ttricd The system Is usually put in op erxlltin so far us the railways sro citic4Iitt the little local SLit lion a WayuesvilleBnlkawniu plurr ic tlntt As static us the roue opened fur business the stn Mtgcntund the day andjnigli to rph operators get intciTfitT loci loliticul june ThpsIilUW thir a sistiirrciLslic hafldcar crew usually tieonrajsletliitt bus charm f thagection Frciuently two eoeUonCTeUS live in the same tnwn and work from it in each direction This will give a nucleus of u dozen or more men who cut quite u figure in a town where there are probably not more thou 150 to 200 voters Then the company picks out some bright ymmg lawyer und makes him local attorney anda poor but promising physician and appoints him local surgeO- nThesewitbthe editor of the local paper are furnished with passes over the run und when emergency wnrrnnts are able to help their friends in tho way of transporta thin facilities Gradually few of the merchants wilt find that they Olin get passes for their wives wlien they want to go back East to vuit ma and the first thing you know the most active Yorkers in the po litical field in a small town are un der obligations to the railroad corn puny and ready to do its bidding in the nomination of county olUeers candidates for the legislature and oji through thb lift The man elected to the legislature is supplied with transportation for himself and friends and after he has serveda few terms pomes to look upon these favors as his natural rights He returns the favor by serving the railroad in the committee work of the legislature and almost uncon sciously finds himself practically on the pay roll of the corporation When hale culled upon to vote for n candidate for the United States Senate he soons finds out that he must be against Mr So and so who has always been openly hostile to the interests which have been so kind to the legislator lie wily argue with himself that he has not stultified himself in any way by accepting the favors of the rail way company and ho usually sac ceeds in becoming a champion of the political policies of his corpor allan friends Tho candidate who is looted to the Senate is not slow in finding out if ho dues not know in advance that the corporations claim credit for his selection If he grants this credit unhesitatingly he is assured of pretty smooth sailing If he tries to show a little too much dignity or independence he is pretty promptly brought to a realization that tho forces which accomplished his election can assuredly accomplish his defeat when lie comes up for reelection In he end he usually finds it much much easier and pleusanter to accept con ditions us be finds them prepared- by his corporation friends and thus relieve himself of further worry about his political future Political obligation is a plant of rather rapid growth The Senator soon finds that his influence is wanted to secure the appointment of tho United States judges and tile United States distrrct attorneys ill His State and ho may be stir prjcod to find QtU haw Iwtl they a rI lp worked for his election f were real Iy responsible for it iir fact und then the Corporation agents want them appointed The bunutor to keep his m no hi no intuet iiidurset the application and these men are appointed Nino timed 0111 ofeli llIfohiontohythit selected the Senator By tin time n Senators first term Int3 ex pirtd he llmls that he hue honey coin lieu his Slate with appointee grllteful l that their real obligation and ther allegiance is In tho corporation interest which framed tho whole guIle from the station agent und the section hounds to thb United States Senate Now do nut tindcrctand dear that there is unything corrupt in all this A man mny accept all these favors und secure hubs politi cal prominence und still be person ally clean and honest and possibly able to serve his State nnd the country faithfully hut the chances are tlnct in tho flush test he would recognize the influences which worked for his advancement We are hinting a little touch of this in the Congress today The country is clamoring for legislation regulating and controlling railway rates The majority of tho Senate ill opposed to it It is nil well enough to say thut it takes time to frame the right kind of a lull und to in vestigate conditions lint the fact remains that the Senate is killing time on other xnntlersStatthioiod- Sweat and measures of that char acter with the certain although not expressed purpose of staving oily legislation on Ihrale question It DIllY cubit some time L probablyS will but the Senators hack on their railroad friends until forced to do so It would not be so bad if the rail roads were alone in tho deal The Sennlor who accepts his certificate of election from u railroad corn pa ny finds after he gets here that the men who own the railroads aUo own tho steel wills the ugtir factories tlio oil relincries und all of the big industrial enter prisosof the country The interests of the railroads tire so interwoven and allied with these other enter prises thut the hurt is an injury to all of them nnd tho railroad Sena tor soon finds that he irf supposed to use his vote and influence to protect the allied corporate interests of the country If the Senator it not overly scrupulous and wants to make money he may find opportu nities in abundance The men who run the financial interests of the hi corporations are nlwuy up to something The Senator may In put into this stock market as I was un that 600 deal He may he given a chance to get in on a town He deal or to get souio stuck in ii new coal company that is being formed by his niilroad fricndt As his Hitle ventures turn out profit ably he is taken in IIllhe ground floor im re frtquently and pretty sooiyfinds thtit he Inn III viiti us hF etjjjijnwhnt liiiii to ii iirder tll pfnitect lug own financial in vestments It is a great scheme and few Senators keep tint of its meshes I nm going to kesplilt It is ton lute now to undo that torkIlcI11 of luinennd we will keep thin money I made out IIrit with the hope of sun lul turning ii to some goiul that will atom fur the source of it Do not uiistincler stand mo I Imva not put iisHe ambition polttleally j r ninerwise I have simply decided Iliut while I covet political prominence and the money and prestige that go with u Seiintoriiil position I nm not ready to pay the price now demanded by the systetn Your airecionately KENT HOVARI MC Lexington Lender NUT ON SALEA company which manufactures band instruments re ceives a large number of letters from green players asking advice us to their dUllutilties Severs months ago this company sold a cornet to a man in Canada As might have been expected after he hud played It for stumetiwe withuut removing the valves the action be came stiff Ho wrote to the manu facturer explaining the trouble andasking if he should grease the valves In answer he was told that it wasthe usual custom of corntt players when this difficulty occur ed to remove the valves und put a little saliva upon them To their astonishment the next weeks mail brought the following letter Gentlemen Kindly send me twentyflve cents worth of saliva I cant get it in the stores here Enclosed find stamps in payment Lippmcotls MaguiinO- SuNrLocvEnPhiLosopllTThe in dignation of yottr friends doecnt keepwarm as long as a boiled po tab Tears arc A womans weaponbut here lately they dont seem to be very effective The only trouble with trouble as a teacher is that tho knowledge she gives comes too late Somehow no woman looks tall enough to went the stockings that hang on the line on washday When a mother of twins meets the mother of one baby the mother of one baby is made to feel that her task is to get rid of idle time It is the opinion of every mother that her soninlaw would never learn that Ins wife is looking badly unless some of the neighbors told himWhen nn engaged man buys his girl very inexpensive presents be cause ho is saving for the ftitureit seems to come very easy to her to imagine he id saving only for his ownAll kinds of peoplo get before the lime light in time except the one everv one would like to hear from The man who lived next door to a famous pianist was taking lessons anti practicing It would be interesting to have such a porsom etI illandsay he waffbored r r j t M iHgrl Gll1t 1hTtcKIAS IC 11515j t 7Ihuevii tht itatilt it soothe ril huast ot flint wfUkyait t VlfilhllriitJtllIllIllrcur WOIOIIIl11 II roeIn ltUur So oyitrd takes tho Keuiter iLiiitii uf y oldun times as tile thieino s iami of thulr aclilernmentf uys Z lilKuiit ttckluuiatinulerOoorgeRugrs OJClllrk moved the luiiiliilMrt of thoL Q JUnited Slates from the Ohio river to i Fr flho Great Luke r 1JohIlItri purcluiiK18J2 fand did morn than her share of Ilia llglitiny lot It- Keiitueky was the first state to a l reKtablUli Common schoolH thud sup 4 port linn by a ta ou nil the property 1of tlio Stnn i I Ki nttivky KPinred the free navI JI vi s guliou or the 1IjIIilpl1 river Kan It co ttifky ttnve nmrvi eIldiere to thieTexas tiruvolutlon than other Statt tdhersotlurStatH Toe first Btrtninlioat over launch ed In the world wuc the work of a iicntiickhtn John Fitch- Atidutioii lived hi Kciitilck so fdid Alexander Canii bi ll i Joel T Hart was aKenttiekhm aa 1 well UP Americas greatest sculptor x 7 fJouett wits a KentuckIan as well as ji A nierleas greatest portrait pnluter I- Tliomas FMureliall ami lllcljnr l Metiifeo wercKcutucklnns asjnrrrii blue finest aratots of u geiicTutiuu of oniturn v c cItyjuristjtidclary at Westminster than any 4other American jtrJge Ephrlam McDowell a Kentucky surgeon performed the first success fnl ovariotomyDr per formed this first successful liipjolnt A f roiicratloii Thnse two feats astonish 3ed the medicalculhegeofEdIiiburg Iarii Blslion Duscoin a Kentuckinn jwaa tlie first great pulpit orator our country lnd produced Itobfrt J IJreefelnrldK wii8 tlT lending Presbyterian clergyman of two generntlotiH p John A Rrouddua was the most ferudite Hebrew scholar of till Amcr 4 leu SpaldiiiKH history of tile Oath nile Church stamps hun as the equal of arty American who has written history i i There ore marr churches and more church members in Kentucky s1according to population Juan liwniy other State nnd fewer Hiiits fir so A iductfon slander imU libel Kentucky contributed Lincoln to the North ami gave Davis to tils South She vnfion both sidisoflliat war und Is proud of It hiotigha RUle prouder of thn rebel side than the other Exchange iiic Jon PKISTIXC Hemember thnt THE UUTIOOK is prepared tn print letterhead noteheads hilllieud Statements envelopes cards labels receipts invitations antiall tarts if business stationery on the Jbeft stock in tasteftii style ut ills mo- reasonablo prices Compare our work with that turned out by any ob suffice and you will find it to four a Ivuntngc to have uar lUTyour mark We nlfco print posters dodgers jiiinplilets and evcrythinjf usimlly f turned onf by tf eotnury job oHIrjiv We loire on Itand1orsa1e in ac liiuntity blank deeds tinj ill loaetiJother blnnksr a 1 5t 3q1 1IIII It 1I Sa J EihtQfrjj Herald NewspapeTThe Leading of the Blue Grass s FOR aooT PER YEAR Comic Supplement arid DooleysLetters for 1906 4 Full Associated Press Re ports Dally Ohiltl Produce and Live Stock market reports from all of the 5 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