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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v 1a sv 1 t 1 t p St J 1t 0 r h Jj lc s 7 1 2- i L i i T 1 l 4 f lIf 11 i Jq Iit tUmc 4 7 f flilluttaoic40 tr1 VOL XXVII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCCYTHURSDAY APRIL 51906 CA 5LNb38u k For n John B Stetson hat buy SSfrom Brother Brother- We will buy your rag carpet BROTHER ft BROTHER Bring green ticketNo 67 and get bAt rack at HeQins racket store Brother Brother sell the W L r fiDouglu 250 3 and 350 shoe 7 The clover seed that was sown early has likely ull frozen to death Ji Fisca Court elect d Horace f rThe County Treasurer Tues The hat racks that E WIJellini racket store Is giving away are 55beAuties The farmers are badly behind with their work owing to the unfavorable weather The Fiscal Court met Tuesday and elected Coleman JackeouPoor- lioute Commissioner We have shoes for everybody Come and see before joti buy- BROTHER BROTHER i This is the tUne of year to have THE OOTLOOK job oWen print your l horse and jack hills and cards t We have clothing in stock to fit the big men BROTHER k BROTHER B P Rocks Congor struin15l4 eggs for 50o Here or farm J W EUIIONS Look at our 25e carpet when youW need agood carpet for th money BROTHER I3R0TUERF Dogs got in the fliclc of eheep of James Norris northeast of town t Sunday night and killed rour ewes Omar W Barber Attorney nt Law and Surveyor ORJce in Court house June 8 11 0 Tho wheat fared ill under the late sIeets and came out looking scorched but promises to recover ull right SjC Now when you get rendS for your carpet or mnttingsseeBrothcr A1BrotherThey have Just received iLa new lilt fS0 f rlie is growing finely t litit of lute years an early gruwtI ils b ffn followed by a rather poor J krazing tellton i A hhyLeer ifMillersburgbnught lo h hogshead of tnbnccn raUeil on c sidney p Cloys film iiea laris at flllj four j M ierttThebl1x S dcIl Tiiida Mlfiii V f lt wekwnsT fcSICes5ithe receipts 4 5 fPeier liar 5011 about 12 acres to + iaf the Forge Farm neut Ktns1alli 1 f tprIng to Wfll Jthnsn ruX S25 ttJ Mr hart I OlUtlt40 acres from I Uohnion fur 500 The pKjalcUlwTnf Ke itl uit1 and apportioned ihflpkup 4 practice among themselves anor Contract with th Fiscal Cuurtut Sf Its cMtihg TuesthyAc When you como to town to buy yotirepring goods com in and Fee what prices we can mako you on your dresgnod9 clothing hocs ete We wilj be glad to show you bJ S BROTHER BROTHER c f LONG WT Wjlsonwho a TtiougfcViiie farm of Jopepb Lindsay 4 fi Licking river atSh rburnewhile 15f some ground cut n fhUckbcirry briar 21 feet 8 Inchofc longand one inch in diameter He lie js saving it to exhibit at the Ewing p fair CARD or VUANBWC wish to r thank everyone fOr their kindness to us during the sickness and death of our little fcou Ge9rge and eppeo Hally Mr W H Daughorty for theu 3 Mower 1 MB AND MRS EOBKUT WELLS tN t i I FOR SJLEI F P Gasoline fi i lighting machine of six lightswitH all pipingsad verythlng firstJ 4 1 class condition will sell ta 1 r gain i also a lot of show cases asb v i 1 good a new Address Trios I t t jEDTMtterlirut Ky 2t ITIOK IN BANKntJPTOr On f Saturday afternoon John W Daw bankruptcyJin Bankruptcy As near as could be learned Mr Dawsons liabilities 1are about 7000 and assets about CORRESPOKDEHrS W lTEDTsEI t XUTLQOK would like to a correspondent at Sharpsburg Sher ttiatIregularly A copyoftolpaper r and stationery will be to the rjgbt parties Especially do a we wish correspondents that will send something interesting and gbqI SPRING CLOTHES When you are ready to buyjrour prilsutthat shoe shirts collars ties suspen deri underwearetc please remem ber that I have oof the nicest 4itocku rtI such goods to be I found IB town 1 have no t stock newarid Jptodattf- or1II sen youths and boyei n any I wJl make prices less 1than aJlYPR8ele can because JbuIIexpenaeto make Give me jroBJlReaur for one of Wunii Hsakerd Browns tajlprraade suits t htlfactlu guaranteed Try me f And I will iare Iou money M GJJJON a c L j r 1ir l PERSONAL Mrs Nancy Croueh is critically ill Olio Coons went to Cincinnati last week John II Coylo went to Cincinnati Saturday Elder Robert Campbell was in Mt Sterling Friday IL S Stokely of Mt Sterling was In town Tuesday Miss May Shrout returned to her school at Lexington Monday G L McDonald of Loutevlllewas In town Tuesday on business Mrs Fanniu Qoodpaster of Mt Sterling visited relatives hero this week Miss Julia Elliott has been confin ed to her room with illness for n week Walter Coyle after an Illness of several days was able to bo out Sunday lr H H Lewis of Salt Lick was in town Tuesday and is looking Unusually well Mrs R A Chile of Mt Sterling was the uest of Mrs J B Goodnas terlast week Miss Annie Allen went to MtStcr llng Sunday to spend a week with rehitit CB and friends Jesse Turney of Purls and Ed yard Gnitaklll of Winchester were in town Boinu dajs this week Mrs C W Goodpaster visited her pnrcntR Joseph McAIUtor IIUlI wife In Mt Sterliiijr the past week Mrs W P Conner Jr returned ast week from n visit to a J Fear ing and wife nt Dayton 1nntMrs Jennie Johnson and Mrs eter Hart of Preston neighborhood e ere callers at this olllce Monday Miss Mary Oud ell returned homo riday from a visit to Misses Annie alld Bertram Mitchell ftt Ashland Thos Allen wife und children of Mt Sterling were guests of the for mcra motliersoeral days last week Mrs John W Honaker and babyison Robert Lee went Tuesday nonu to visit relatives in Mt Sterling Postmaster Vm C Harper of B CatleUBburg attended the funeral ofoMrs Nancy ShroutSaturdayreturnJ Ing home Mr and Mrs Edward Puck Mr SllInpshurJrnjatHlf and wife Tuesday Mrs Lou Frutmnu has returned null Lexington her little grandson Ward McAlister being out of dungvr from his attack of diphtheria JJohn W Diiwsbn of this town JcIT L Atililsoti and Ed Andprson CtivjiigtouMondayJus Roubeu Ri ooi re Independrhce o woe ii d 1Iiiot week bys rhrutitay Robert WelU tto WiichesterR uesday to Ifr IS a in pstfiilhijJinr s Pin Virginia mule buyers i h DrW 6M Vand wife Iccee n JI1I1i11lhis wlte woe sorry to see them gIIbul wish th 1ull happlnesa and1 prosperity tlieir aewliuiVJu t Wm Andarson wIre and dlulgh- yr terIiilnw Mrs Chas Anderson of owards Mill and Mrci nohert rmstrong of Mt Sterling attended hSaturdayJ Will Shrout nndwJo of ML Sterling were called her Ilst week thetl ness ohlie for r inntIirSirs Nancy Bhront Mrs me Tuesday but Mr ShroutholrJ1II way on u business trip reached mother bedside an hour jr so before she diedaFor a nobby hp todnte suit of clothept hats and shneii see BrotherS Brother They guarantee to lease youhMrs Annie Powers has taken her old position OB saleslady with Brother Brother where she will be glad to wait on you Dr George W Conner the denn ist wishes to inform the public that he tins resumed his practice and can be found dailyat his ofe ceaGOOD RAFTING TIDES The rains Ast week put the watercourses up ery high and Licking had a raftfig tide that enabled all the ready to go out to be floated to market The mills at Salt Lick and Farmers received about 40000 logs and ought to have a stock sufficient to run them all summer and fall There wits a 24foot rise at Salt Lick and the back water ex tinguished the fires in the boilers at Salt LickLumberCos planing mill HABEAS CORPUS SurtA habeas corpus suit was brought in Judge James W Lands Court Friday at ternoon by Hemphill on be half of his sister Mrs Addle Welsh of Newport Ky to secure posses aba of the latters daughter Gallic aged 17 years It teems that the girls parents separated five years ago and the mother left the daughter with Win- lehmael near Bethel The girl recently complained to her mother that she was compelled by lehmael to do mens work nnd she was strait of him She asked her uncle to Iahmnelhlemplull quested him to take charge of her- Hemphill secured a homo for her with Robert Swetnambut when the girl went to lehmaela toget her clothes Ishraael detained herHence jhesuit Sheriff CalebRatllflF went Friday and brought the girl here Judge Lane ordered the girl taken to her mother at Newport which wall done by HemphiM Saturday All the other interested parties live ju the Bethel pelghborhood 5IS 511IS J t1 r J ji =Mits Ncr SnnouTfl DEATH Mrs Nancy Shrout of II irpers Fork of Prickly Ash was stricken with paralysis about 3 oclock cii the morning of Tuesday March 27 nnd remained unconscious till she expired about 1155 pmThursday March 29 Her sons Reuben of In dependence Mo and J Will who wits traveling in Mississippi both reached her bedside before she expiredFuneral services were conducted aboutIpin Tinsley of Louisville and Robert Campbell pastor The interment followed at tho Ovvingsvillo CemeI terr after a song and prayer at the grave The pallbearers wore Richard Donaldson ThosLPoterp T S Barnes Albert Wilson Lee D Brother and WaIler Sharp Jr Mrs Nuiuy Shrout was a daugh ter of James Ragland a prominent citizen and was born Jan 301832 and reared at the mouth of Salt Well Creek on upper Slate Creek She united with the Christian church at tho age of 16 years under the ministry of Elder Ass Maxoy and was baptized by him She putS her membership in the Corinth- Church near Sttpstonl and kepi it there until in recent years wiieq she changed it to the Owing sIll Church She was marriqd tolsan hat IfruryOcand the seventh horn dying in inIIancy The survrvtire are Cordellu Mrs Richard DonoldsonandJames jMrsoTunneiat the home place Reuben of In wingMinnie Mr Thoman L Peters of Bethel Lc lie County Clerk ofh flfJuly1891 Of the family of hoc fatherJames Ragland there survivoMrsCordlia Moore of May view Mo John W Dock of Indianapolis Ind and Thomas Mof Lexington Mrs Nancy Sbrnut was a lady of the most Hdmirulik type of woman hood whether in the character of wife motherf riend or nei hlor As mfMreflp of u hospitable Items slit d tndeared herself to tier guests and made enduring friends of thoe with111m she clime in contact III ick i nciitistree sh m7 afltnlf lUir neigh 52 e J y Ir finilnees end un remi tihg ntjeniu ns cube alleviated Btiifiring and trials ns far as lay in ortal power Hence her dtcrl1Pr mourned h a wide circle and IlonYntrlhllieof love is paid to hJeiinmryti v 3ergwudnesaTIcitIrrLuIo- Kt i condolences to thj I sorrow ngu t ilyKL OY TBHlO 8k y ng utsix diedatihe Ker y cfiii dr Hume at Louitv n Wed tlttrLt ground of thec ufls grund rather James Norris northeast of own The father who was at Big pring Texas could not got here time for the funeral The childs mother and another child died thin o few hours of each titter It bout one year ago Win OUTLOOKS DIDNT COME a everal subscribers out of the county whose names begin with W ave failed to receive their OUTLOOKS to in the past few weekfiand anainvestigation discloses the cause to p typo5nout and in consequence their ames were not printed on thermulling slips The lost time be made up by us to each subseribg r nnd this will ansne reply to each inquiry GOOD PROMOTION W TDaugha ity whc lies been the or ins Adams Express companyw for the past eight years promoted to the position of special agent for the State of Kentuckyi His headquarters will be yule and he will assume his duties within o few days During his service here Mr Daugherty has managed to increase the business of his company forty per centof what it showed when he took charge The promotion comess as a reward for liis efforts Evans yule Courier SPURIOUS GENUINRWmAtl chilean of this a that he thinks may be a very old one It has a label on a strip of paper pasted inside as follows Jofeph Guarnerius films Andrene fecit Ctemonae fub titulo S ThcrcliaelTlO The Oddlo has been split on top CoregoingIcato that the instrument was made by Giuseppe Gunmen son of An dreas Guarnieri at Cremona Italy in 1716 The Guarnorle were celebrated violin makers and a genu ino specimen of their handicraft in good condition would be worth thousands of dollars but it is n common practice with manufactur era of the present day to label cheap machinemade instruments as if they were made by the old masters Hence the chances are that not one in ten thousand so labeled is genuine j s7 0 UNCLAIMED LETTERS Ren ill ing in the Owingsville Pijsi o April 3 190G Miss Eva VVri hr l1gMrsJudge TUB Mrs Sadie ikissiclc John Ingram Persons caling for above letters will please iny nd vertised J A BAKNE f M THE SxTIIFlM archclInic ed his freakish weather iiil the very lust day Wedneedny last week was drizzly early in t uorn lug hut the rain slopped aunt it re mained cool and cloudy Wednesday night it began ruinitiKtkept it up Thursday Friday anil until Saturday morning when snow took itR place with u blustery wind lice afternoon wits calm and cool April was ushered in Sunday with n clear sky and bright warm attn shine There was frost unduy night but Monday WHS fair Taking the month of March through it wits decidedly a wintry one and one of the worst on record with hard freezes several days to- fsleet and an excess of ruin MRu1 JUlES TREADWAfS DETI Mrs James Tread way diedof SautjVeliand was buried Monday afternoon tte family burying trroundnfter funeral services by ElderBIMtiiss Irs Treadway wean dauglfter of ames Kincaid and was aged about 60 years Her surviving brothers nd sisters are Mrs E nily Steele mother or George und Felix anti ames Kincaid built of Silt Welt ohn and Richard Kincaid and De C Tipton a halflimthrr nil f the Plum neighborhood inMont and liourbon countjedMrs Eliza Gnodpnsler who died u few eeks ago was a pisterMrsTreud ay leaves her busbahij nnd three children Effle wife of Newt CHS 15hy Eddie Lanil Pike PJ She us a lady loved bJi friends njl esteemed by her v ibdrs arid acquaintances The fc ly have the condolcncea of ma ieiida in beir loss MRS AMIIIMPE Wittt RATH Jllrs Bettia Well wi tvAnibroeet- tT II or thIS tippet 1ridy Ash neighborhood whit was InuVciid with weak lungs took pnetfumnia duiyuiedhurled Saturday at thfBoaz fancily burying ground wet vp4 pe etcedwuu u ilailglne tr iLtJS F years She clime u j18pnken tljnjiKnoxand8t of town Tio brtve THE QUT001SSrIJI1 thclrporrow 1 tULoUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR ET 1htIcdtive mid etronguinti tow null prices were realized dur v the week The market for tilouv g es stronger than it wasUafci ekI1he seasons record Wle Burluy at 23 perlOO r4 ledu gRiPth iVetkttwciitogsijeuilsd bringing that price number of sales rangirigfroni 15 20oldnd hew dark brought butisfuotory JTbenfJerJl1ge for the week fIIed Iei i 1lhltn nt ny lime this se nwere as a ule of rnediunjV IY There as a good dem p t for bright rades andprjcesfwf o BtoajJyCoI oryst strippers were in better rtqqijsV A stronger tone ld uvldent furfed tips common nd m diiimretf and guodallil leaheldiiWitIyince of last The lmt 1 trades were firm The oirerin a 6t ohtI Byrley were small Good and mediumjeaf wore irregular while grades were firm Courier Journal EXCITING EXPERIENCE John Williams who looks to be about 18 years old was brought hero frbra Licking Union Thursday night and lodged in jil on the charge of as saulting Fred J Pisohelof Farmers manager of the Licking River all way and the Licking River Lumber The assault occurred one day ast week It is said thatWilliams was creating a disturbance on n Licking River train Pischel being manager of the train attempted to quiet Williams who pulled two re volvors leveled them r t Pischel inquired which of the pistols ho preferred to be shot with Pischel replied that he did want tifbe shot with either Williams forced Pis cbel to leave his own train nnd when the conductor went Pis cbels assistance the pis are leveledathlm Williams v onrretted at Licking Union u sta ble Milton Evans WillaoiR requested that he be allowtJ go to Kethimarrived at the house Williams inquired what his sonhad done when told held Evans at the liof a shotgun while John esr p 1 Evans securedaid and mtun a Williams home later and IItI man attacked thorn all but yras ti 0 I DONT FAIL TO GET ONE OF THESE DISC HARROWS MitchellHillsideand 2horse Cultivators Superior Corn Drills American Field FenceBest Cheapest IDeering and MilwaUkee MoWersS Binders and Hayrakes Mitchell WagonsAll Sizes on liaiitls- Full Guaranteed Get our figures on Barbed Wire Nails and Builders Hardware See lOc Bargain Window Each W e- kE L ByronCwingsville I i J JlilsJ soundly thrashed hn Williams edItili e to Circuit Court v600 bond n the charge ofshitfi in a cur t lls trial on the clRi currying concealed weapon a j ofniriij istol was postpone intil Sur bdDdlLandthink of anything else hut when a remewlbers wife tolls the neighbors thathewast oo honest to succeed His him in private is another story WISE OR OTHKRWISK A lie leI dom dies from inactivity Live Iowly if you would livelong There can be no success where sincerity In lacking Enthusiasm is to a man what team is to locomotive Some men would rather make ex cuses than to nuke good If all men wouldwork there would be fewer overworked- A short vacation takes the unrest out of the average man When u man has nothing to boast of he boasts of his ancestors Any titan who is always wanting a day off Is likely to get a layoff Wellarranged time is the surest indication of a wellarranged mind There will bo rascals In tho world Just us log as there are fools In It more a man likes to talk the less be likes to hear others SUNFLOWER PniLosorur Before a man has taken cure of the baby an hour he feels is if he had been in jail for six weeks When some people know thot you don talk about them instead of feeling pleased they say it is be cause you cant Listen to a woman talk ten min utes and it will be surprising if she doesnt say something about how terribly her hair comes nut When a woman who stays close at home come down townshe is like a child who goes visitingtshe never knows when to go home There are all sorts of prizes for competition why not give one to the dinner bucket which when opened at noon contains the most tempting lunch When a man falls on a slippery walk and is knocked senseless the incident loses its interest to spectators because he doesnt lift his bead to see if anyone is looking ljO SS tS r I J A POWER Watchmaker Gran onhnnlf1 n arItJReAcordsFPSa1e J I Il Bargain Prices i ga Seciaity ll rPPBOORESSIVE EUCHRE Asfy SaffIs MIdIthelImelight d that is ito use wasting time on the grand jury which fired its gun and took to the woods Its u goner Tile next that comes along iq thij jii to Talwithnot deal curds lynu It Is evident that v of the grand jury really do ot know what progressive euchres Ill tell them Its this way pltrty1Cit a lars fur a carriage When you get past the outside guard the inner guard shows you to the stairs and ou go up A DapiWomllur tinique points mt ttbv dressing room and you goTnVrftielfpmoke n cigarette and scndt19wimltaIr In a few minutes y urn S eaileda and you follow a feeUVtlfvj maiden down the Stairs st ingocoa8ion ally an her drees andgetting a few more stares At the bottom the esquuo conducts you to tho lirct station which is at the head of a line of other beautiful women You are introduced ttthe hostess whom you have known since she pleyeilt marbles with you at school turn introduces you to the net and so on down If ti ere arepev cral in the line who realty do not know you they get your name wrong and by the time you get to the end you dont know yourself Then somebody who in assisting to entertain runs up and pins a tag on you and then you hunt up a fe male tag of the same number and you sit down together at u tnbleI Presently the play begins and you give your partner a delicious wink and she trumps your ace and calls her brother The arrival of the brother prevents your explosion nnd your smile fades us the two parties playing against you wove up at the sound of a bell Other parties gay and hilarious prance to your table dish around a few cards and get upand git Tin whole congregation finally has passidandyou have met everybody In the house Then the people you first played against come your way again anti you realize that the fires out The hostess hovers over you a moment and says Poor Mr Bach have you been here all nightSAll winter madam you rep1 icily i dcnt you hear the blu birds chirping for spring r f SSIi 1 SS = EtTGEWE MNH ti JrMis the HAND MADE SADDLEs tmT RAn Ss areSprfceliltV ifW i they cost niortj bftt I bought before bzctc I tlii iTr v1 rriv 051 lhllImrKthlJoftblwprlC Vyoubrujt VCLCAyu it n midn Hnfre pialt ct poinfs and ConicandSflfl yours for the best goods at a rOt prfcdv ii EUGENE MINIHAN t I y I RACKET STORE We have our Goods now on r r1 Call and get our pricesHudWcI 5iw1t1 save You money Straw Mailing yd 20 15 lOco 8Quart Gafvahiied Bucket The 2Gal Tin Jucket 12a Axle Washers roll4cPhoto Frames 8x10 Inches 16c Granite Wash Puns ISo Flat Irons lb 4c Pipe Wrenches 7oc 15 Marbles ic- Buse Bulls 10 5d Ear Muifg pr 5u Willow Market Baskets 35 25 20e Flower Pots 35 1063c r iC 21 le 75 yd f 7 40 C s Ate built to last alifetimj and bake with less Ai7 r Hil any other stoves tf made from the highest c Lad analyzcu no scrap are warp or crack Jewel StOVe 1t t Full Sizet fitted with Btronr steel wire oven inh ndted cleaned Wen toPS ace cerrJcted and Cttedj tight at all joints twopiece all r or tttncUan and docs flat no matter lu Long se o5c OG flor5 are and have no collect dirt or Fire Doze are correct and hold fire over dead corners Sited with heavy durable lining itoves Include many original and exclusive Ideas and are k tnada lathe most complete tine offered sSv Sto the housewife Under the Jewel Tradt Mtrk will line exactly What you Want the price you can afford tct pay and rimembwwhen you buy a Jewel you take no chances Ow 100080 3wl Mm ut MIL On 1IT aB bU eDtM tue Wirtclin t fUal In Ut avdd e a t aolI j1E 0 1 r Poor BitCh hes had One too m many whispers u beautiful maid t en heH hearing things d Hilt at Init three of the most uh congenial persons in the house as at your table Then with fiendish glee the hostess exclaims Remain right where you aret Lust game Lunch U being served Spoons and forks and knives and rukfl and grubll ig hoes ate spread round you and u plate of the muet delightful lunch nopcars You and pur mutes lay withte to the Itelel6f vfthms and when the entice b s been removed you arUe ntlj es claim with one glad voice Veni vidi victuals I Thats ul there is tait If there re prizes they never come my way and no inclination to gamble ever followed one of the functions un less perchance at lunoh time there may have been a slight desire to the lettuce leaves Cyn thinna Democrat DIED UNANIUOOPIY William J Kelley the while touring the South a few years ago noticed a crawd around a depot atone of the stations on the Southern Riilway uown in North Carolina anti his head nut of a window he ueked of a negro Adam whats the matter here Jim Johnsons dead eah was the answer Somebody shoot him No salt nobody done nvthln to him he jis died allat onco A HINT TO few farmers had in the village inn and were drought Tile local imbecile was there too and was at their misfortunes You fellows have a lot to say about the weather he said hutl could tell you how to grow your potatoes without depending on the rain Well Tommy and how would you do that asked one of the Tommy I rows of onions between tin would a OWfflgviI1e Ky J Spring Varnish Brushes l tint ltrlehep White Wash HruuhM WQc 11 copw 891 60il25 4 1BnApnm Gingham C Chamois Sklnr each It Table Scarfs 5cp t Check Cotton yd 8 r1 j Table Oil Cothed 35r Wire Half Pins CASH PAID EGGS E W HEFLDt JEWEL COOK STOV1perfectly Castings iron f Ieasi1ykcptcleanmddonct caefuflyioUnted trOVens racks and elUefuUy txpanito- antt TWaCUtUtJflLS prep lid proportioned ofe1zesver N at Lnt la Ca1Uin4 LL ciBYI91 OWINGS4tE K seinhie uncongenial begantot gnmbolon actormanager poking unanimouslyIGARDEIcERSA congregated sorrowfully discussing recent longsustained laughing farmersShyctLi1 potatoesI thtlVhirebrained onetiiepnione t2Eio FOR nlzhtovalhapedno == take the potatoes cyril vitrr lit hat wouldkeep thq ground ntWzty5 tttii1tSparC Moment JIjI- j 7 MYCOMBINED SADDLANkS HAl NESS STALL b N t- LeGRAND Jr1J fSthe tn 1P0atint r titlleo on the Uhaltcu iIWCUbt j SVrJoLLARS- To t1v 1 insure a living colt AlntLbc retained on the cblt intilieasonN money is paid mure IV parted wiUil or bred to another horn Lf LKQRAND is ithiatruthe bfl Peter ItepheILeGrand unit nv uf iilulf He is a dark bay 154 hanV is corning five years old thisYpS and fsa No 1 breeder g A good jack sure br edert1s plcnott t conditions an apply to LeGrnndJrJ Robert L Goodpster- S55I- v 1TO SAND JAtK i We woiird be pley- print yo rhor5eani1J cards this season W1Ilprepared to print thni11 1 promptly and cheap guarantee satisfaction fc all our vork JV i I 1 4 I C- IAt 7b g 1i i p 5S i fI 1 7 J t 11Pt c t d S Ss i 011 tf= l JI 1 r e t s OUh IUB CO 4 8 f OWI fGSVILLE KENTUCit i I APRIL19O- 64r1 r 8aa raN Wed Fri Fr 1 i 123457iThiIi Jt 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 92 88 24 25 26 27 28 2930I 2RLdeNM t If The Irish linen induitrj la boomlnq u it has not flourished In years largely on the expanding rbrts to the United States otJaskflK I record J r Ir the podu IJU au a txec itciU year In speculation The otill crop of the season was 13556000 ibales American spinners took 4550j 000 bale and SSS7000 bases were ex rportedSDuring tho last year the United l States produced an enormous amount of gold It was a banner year for the gold mines of the United States and tI the Transvaal particularly the two t great gold countries of the world com peting for supremacy The years yield of gold In the world amounted to t about 870000000 from all sources of upply Of this amount the United A States produced 90000000 p The new water works which are tie log discussed at Los Angeles will cost F 936800000 according to estimates by Frank H Olmstead This U an enor i mona sum for a city of IOS000 popula tion to pay for such works and this amount ts due to the 12G500000 which the conduit over 250 miles long will roIL In order to construct the con fr dult It will be advisable Mr Olmstead 4 ztobuild a railway costing over along the line and to erect J thretfOOVarrel cement mills Officials of the Philadelphia Rapid t r = Transit Co have change the original date for the opening otIe new snlx I t way In that city and 1 t Inaugurate the service onDcember it The two parts of the work that t 1 will require the utmost energy If thoy are to be finished by that date are the changing of the grade of the lInks west of tho rlrer to admit the surface traoki to the bridge over tho Schuyl a 1 and the big station under the sur ac face of Market street from 1Mb to 16th streets ft1I v According to to recent statistics the f tgngtb of the railroads of the world warn 537105 miles on December SI ISOCof wblch 3703SG miles were In pArar1ca 36777 JnEurope 40592 In 7 9Aala1551 c in Africa and 1C702 J irVti a Of the mileage of r Eroad Germany stands hr ii 5 016 followed In their order Russia 3328C Franco 2S 26Ir SlrlaHungary 24261 the United 22B92 Italy nO025 l WIBfl Sweden and Norway i fzt1 t i an epidemic ofI J lo nr f iJI 1UcnpVo would carry the pn tdssault t cetrategrK lh1 a old rTaaaloaea way steaming a II v poirible and then using dog i tias tJHit of style Now Is Is alrshlf 111 t aatos that will be used to conque tie- S Jct bit of obstinate space yet detreA fL Walter Wellman will use the A t Up method and will be able tujWhen summer comes The Ji et Afcruitl who baa been farthest sortb ot anT man will try again toI L reftcb tbe pole tf S Abatement League otIlf a is tuned an appeal to 6 t the cWitnt for substantial aid and v r JCUft IflJC work or ridding ClnctI t the he vy pall of smoke hang 1 ta ever thel2lty from Price lUll 19 1 UW Owing terthe tbpo Sripliy of Claoinnatl the work of abat1 f1Za tiRjjthe aaioke nuisance is more dim eulttban In other clUes The western r hills prevent the winds from disslpat iiX l trrokejaave on rare occasions 444 y t tmA is itin atmospheric condl hri tlcctrl j and natural gas may i ntte the problem ufi2 tJartllI Killer a waiter in a Seattle r i a few waelta ago overheard c I4eetI at his Urltle discussing theJ Ir making a fortune In Ta c9M mkAs having saved up t r Jtetlar bar441bzixt train 1 4 I ss4 teeured as radon on a feUxk of t 5cA 11tift ai4i aBdfa a few days nttc 4 4 Tit aJfTM an fer from thF a III4Ii G00OO for the block l flh et lafiftc lie clkSred up 60000 on e kfltttiltJ t tiriu gone hack toli 4h tJ I s old b IteM SB a waiter MA t t tips are aemotlmes more valuable i rt r4 j1Iaa those ho cave them are awared 4 SJf 11 aeforw rt1 so far as Belgium Is rs MMerfie bslnthe under all and anys trfcI Is contraband i=g f R l rw 1suponlt Efto rlsCIi 7 ftvratIItelnmRdO to sup t r lctttise of abslrrthe lu the coonhIt U receltly despite tn J j from the tnanafactnrera uLreIt Jt Merahlt tfda prohibitory bill 1 P houses of the leltsll- 1t t rrwedMtUI l the bill was pass t 41 o 2 The act Is very a ti a farreachteg It prohibits the Importa I tion aaMufacture transport sale or z erHIeITrade V etween the United Statesp J Y YI the fiscal tt r egaie4 oyerZOOullnon dollars i rA IllJOrtatrolU Germuny were 118t S lf s t dallas in vaIe and i J t P4iuktry41trany ear f e 1 ke1po to Qerrnane a71I iMr 1I i1lIendoIiara in 1 1r r qee4d onr exports to tllat countryk A f V JH or earlier year except 1Mtkk fHi tetiit was a little over 214 t j a tkto decrease In 1905 cornt foII piwrt with 1914 havIng aweetf iiJHnelac due altogether todri II lafl Ii rke rJja ras oRlclal geological 1 t4je tfefeo years uinco the tJ J t orgasisod its 1Jf t s te77mles of main IrsI 7 rlurslehllyebEen J oro feti 1th 8th it mlUerI r 2cestitrurted WIQ e JoIo s fakea total or Irrlga f JB the United States longml to s B tie earth twice an 1 l aft outlay of 9O00000I I 1 U area rwohed by e 4 1 i tiMerI1 JuuTMt valued atI r4 lIw191it a fO 1MkN 1f4 J14a4fX r C Sf t q 1t fe c 1ij f I J r f I rL ri r r t r jj 7 i 1 i lJ P i f it ti f 1 I f io i i f pt 2 t JJ lt 2 t4fi the J I ea ilkSTANLEYJJWEYMAN Ip pyrgU4 by5taIey J Wiman CHAPTER V1IL CovnxuKD Ve have come to a determination the lieutenant alJ tugging his gray mustaches and standing like a ram rod Ve shall leave you the house and madam and you can take your line to fird lbc man For ourselves we shall draw off our men to the vIK lage and we shall lake our line That all M lis OapUcine is It not I think so the captain muttered looking anywhere but at me Then we bid you goodday Mon sieur the lieutenant added And In a moment he turned Ills companion round and time two retired up the walk to the house leaving me to look after them In a black fit of rage and in credulity At the first Hush there was TOtncthifig an offensive In the manner of their golUKntot anger hall time up per hand I thoushtgr the lieutenants words nnd I cursed fclra to hell with K sickening consciousness that I should not them In a hurry Was I Iplaln the traitor to the cardinal or to these womenwhich Mon Dieu IIf ever question but there some day I would punish him And the captain I could put an end to his amusement at anyrate and I would Doubtless among tbe country bucks of Audi he lorded it as a chief provincial bully I would cut Ids comb for him some 1fine morning behind tha barracks And then as I grew cooler I began to wonder why they were going and what they were going to do They might be already on time track or IInIdelwere still bearchtng vaguely uncertain whether their quarry were in the neigh borhood or not and uncertain how long they might have to stay it seemed Incredible that soldiers should move from good quarters to bad without mo tive I wandered down the garden think ing sullenlyof this and pettishly cutting oft the heads of the flowers with my slme ted sword After all If they found and arrested the man what then I should have to make peace with the cardinal as I best ought Hot would have gained his point but through ms and I should have to look to myself On the other hand if I anticipated them and as a fact I felt that I could lay my band on the fugitive within a few hoursthere ImademolselleA little while back that had seemed so difficult a thing From notI day of our first meeting and higher degree since Stint afternoon when she had lashed me with her scorn my views of her and my feelings towards her had been strangely made up of antagonism and sympathy of repulsion because In her past and present she was EO different from me of yearning because she waa a woman and friendless Then I had duped her and bought her confidence by returning the jewels and in a measure I had fated my vengeance and then as a consequence sympathy had again begun to get the better until now I bard ItJtncwjny own mind or what I lnj tended stood there in the garden with that conviction suddenly ncwI born III my mind and then In a moment I heard her step and turned foficd her behind me tier bIStTrII miles rroakinj her tears As 1hindshe was lam here In search fI you Mde Barthe she said IorlnsIslightly perhaps because my trayed my thought to thank you j You have not fought and yet you baeIConquered My woman has just been wlth me and she tells me that they are going GoIng I said Yes Mifllemolhelle they are leaving the house 5he did riot mndert tnsi i iy reserva tion What magic haver jrou ua dIshe said almost gaily it was wonderful how hope had changed her More over I am curious to learn how youI managed to avoid fighting After taking a blow I said bit terlyjMonsieur I did not mean thatshe Mid reproachfully But her faceJ clouded I saw that viewed in thU IIghaIn which I suppose she had seen Itthe matter perplexed her still morefI took a sudden resolution 30u ever beard Mademoiselle I HaroI gravely plucking off while I dead leaves from a plants beside mefAof a genUeman by name DC Deraultl non In Paris so I have heard sobriquet of the Black DeathtThe iluetllt1the answered Int tnder Yes I bare heard of himfie killed a young gentleman of province at Nancy two years back It a sad story she continued shudhering of a dreadful man nod our friends from suchfAmen I pite of myself I could not meet herbyes Why she answered quickly talIalarm at my silence What of im M de Barthe Why have you mentioned him Because he Is here Mademoiselle Here she exclaimed Yes Mademoiselle 1 answered so berly I am he CHAPTER IXtCLONIIYo- ul she cried In a voice which t ierced me YouM tic Berault Im possible But glancing askance a- terI could not face herl saw thut b blood bad left her cheeks t VfYes Mademoiselle I answered In low voice De Barthe war my moth rt names When I came here a stran el i took It that I might not be nown that I might again speak to a good woman and not see her shrink Tbatbut why trouble you with all his I continued proudly rebelling her sjlcnce her turned shoal er her averted face You asked me SaIl Introduction Once In a Massachusetts town Jacob Rill was asked by n iuuntfunerca ort of chap what he should say by of introducing him to the assemblage OhrEPIlec1 Mr nils In1 spirit of levity say anything you ike Say I am the most distinguished an fn the country They generally Whereupon his seriousminded d marched upon the tlago and 14hllmannUSl r I L 4 1i t i iT fB Mademoiselle how iind let tbe flrllrr C 1 wered It Is the nn iIrsvilemw MliE DeraultlJOssEfi8es TlTiilme replied qiiiclily toil a most In a whisper if wore M te Berault I wonldtuslt lIJ1l1 never fight again ait In that event AlaJemolsclle I an swered cynically Y should lose my men friends as well as my women friends IIke monsclgncur the card awl I rule by fear Site shuddered either nt the name 01 ut the idea my words railed ur and fot ft moment we stood awkwardly silent The shallow of the sundial foil hot wi us the garden was still here am j there a leaf fluttered slowly down 01 a seth fell With each Instant of lenon full the gulf between us growing wider felt myself growing harder I mocked at her past which was sr unlike mine uocled at mine 11I called It late I was on the Vault turning from her with a bow ami a furnace in my breast whet she spolio There Is a late rose lingering them she said a slight tremor In her volrn cannot roach It Will you pluck II for me SI de llcrnuli I obeyed her my hand trembling my face on limp Sift look the rose from me and placed It In Hie bosom of her I I HKK HAND TRBMnU dross And I saw that her band trem bled ton and that her check was dark with blushes- She turned at once and h ran to wall towards the house Presently sho spoke Heaven forgive that should misjudge you a second lime shio said In a low voice Andt after all who I that should judge you at all hour ago I would have killed that man hail I possessed the power You repented ilademolsello I saul huskily I could scarcely speak Po you never repent Yes But too late Mademoiselle Perhaps II Is never too late tiec answered softly Alas when a man is dead You may rob a man of more than life she replied with energy stopping me by a gesture If 3011 have never robbed a omanor womanof honor If you have never ruined boy or girl M de Berault If you have never pushed another into the pit and gone by It yourself Ilbut for murder Listen You may bo a Romanist but I am a Huguenot and have read Tbou halt not kill it Is written and the penalty By man shall thy blood be shed But If you cause ono of these little ones to offend It wrrc better for you that a millstone were hanged wereIMademoiselle you are too merci fill I muttered I need mercy i myselfshe ai- msered sighing And I have hatj foic temptations Hoj do r now what you A done I saul almost rudely IOrhere a mann has not lied nor betrayed nor sold himself or others she answered firmly but In a low tone I think I can forgive all else I can better put up with force sbe added smiling sadly than with fraud Ah Dicu I turned away fpy face pall4iImigIt not guess how her words meant mer cv stabbed meto the heart Aitd et vJewlngIn VardcnedHer gentleness her pity her humility softened me while they convicted me My God How could I do that which I had come to do How could I stab her In tho tenderest part could I inflict on her that rend ng pang how could I meet her eyes nd stand before her a Caliban a Judas the vilest Iqwcst basest thing he could conceive I stood a moment speechless and disordered stunned by her words by my thoughts as I have seen a man when he has lost his all his lalitIt the tables Then I turned to her and for an instant I thought that my ale was told already I thought that he had pierced my disguise for her ace was aghast stricken with sudden ear Then I saw that she was not looking at me but beyond me arid I urned quickly and awa servant from time house to us itowasLQul1 His face it was hadofrightened her Ills eyes were staring hair waved lila cheeks were flabcy with dismay Ho breathed as if e had been runninggWhat is it mademoiselle cried while he was still souie way offoSpeak man My sister Is heCion he gasped The name changed her to stone Clan she muttered What ota himIn the village Louis panted his tongue stuttering with terror They are flogging him They are killing im Mademoiselle To make him ell Mademoiselle grasped time sundial and leant against it her face color less and for an Instant thought hat she was fainting Tell I said mechanically kBut be cannot tellsHe Is dumb roan They will make him guldo them Louis groaned covering his cars withn his shaking bands his face like paper jbeme III a thrilling lone Save him All through time wood I heard them It was horrible horrible him lie tells he went on with never awink that ho is the mot ilistlnguisiifd clllzm in the country You can judge for vourssjvt when you have heard him n lrIteriDaniel Webster was never noted fo attention to detail in business matter orton113kcnIii I bec uso tljrv were tIitrniiQ41PVttti les ws I jTlJ t j l 7 L t 5 IraloaejtUllledeach second to see her fall Hut with a midden movement she straightened herself and dipping by ins with eyes which wemcd to see nothing bei Marled swiftly down time walk towards time meadow gale I ran after tier hut token by ur pi foe as I was It was only by great effort that reached the gate Infore her nod thrusting myself III the roodI barred the way Let mo pass iiantcd fiercely striving to thrust mo on ono side Out of my way Sir am going to time village IIYOI are not going to the lIlageIuaiil sternly C o baai to lie Muilernnisollp and KtonW My servant she wailed Let pie lo Oh hit mo so Do you think cin rest hell while they torture him lie cannot speak and they they Jo baric Mademoiselle I said rut ting her short with decision Yon would only make matters worse I will go myself mill what ono man can ilii against many I will tout nlve your mistress your arm and take her to tllI house Take her to madam Hut yon will RO sho cried Iliforc I could stay liceiswear would have lUC so If could she raised my hand and carried it to her trcinhlint lifts You will go Go and stop thorn Slop them continued In n tune which stirred my heart and llinveu reward you Monsieur did not answer nor did once look hack as crossed the meadow hut did not look forward either Doubtlesj it was grass trod doubtless Ito wood was before me with tIme sun shining aslant on it and behind iui ho houso with a flame here anti thrro on the windows with a racing pulse In iv glow from heath to heel conscious of not lung limit I lie touch of mattattci sellps warm lips seeing neither meaiows nor house nor even the dark ffririgo of wood before me hut only mademoiselles passionate face For the moment I was drunk drunk with that to which had been so Ions a stranger with that which a man may scorn for years to find it at last be yond his reach dnmk with the touch of n good womans lips I passed the bridge In this slat and my feet were among tho brushwood before the heat and fexer In which I moved found on a sudden their di rection Something begun to penetrate to my veiled senses a hoaise inarticu late cry now deep now shrilling horribly which seemed to fill the wood It came at intervals of half a minute or so nUll made the flesh creep h wasso full of dumb pain of impotent wrest ling of unspeakable agony I am a theLeaulgave when I was a boy I escaped from time cOllege and viewed from a great dis lance Ravaiilac torn by horses that tall In thin year ten But the horrijlj cries I now heard tilled me perhaps be cause I was alone and fresh from the sight of mademoiselle with loathing that was Intense The very wood though the sun wanted an hour of set ting1 seemed to grow dark I ran on through it cursing until the hovels of the village at length came in sight Again the shriek rose a pulsing hor ror and this time I could hear the lash fall on the sodden flesh I could see In fancy the sMong man trembling quiv ering straining against his bonds And then in a moment I was in time street and as the scream once more tore time air I dashed round the corner by tho inn and came upon them CLON I did not fooVyit him I saw Captain Iarohteandt6 lieutenant and a ring of trrtbpers aQd one man barearmed teasing out with his fingers the thongs of a whip The tihongs dripped blood and the sight frVed tho mine The rage I had suppressed when time lIe- utenant bearded me earlier In the afternoon the passion with which madem oiselles distress land filled my breast last found vomit I sprang through the line of soldiers and striking tho man with the whip a buffet blow be tween the shoulders which hurled him breathless to the ground i turned on lma leaders You devils I cried Shame on you The man is dumb I ell you if I had ten men with me I would sweep you and your scum out f time village with broomsticks Lay n another lash 1 continued reckless ly anti I will see if you or the be the stronger The lieutenant glared at roe his ray moustache bristling his eyes al most starting from lila head Some f the troopers laid their hands on their swords but no one moved and onlv the captain spoke Millo diables lie swore What is all this bout Are you mad Sir Mad or sane I cried still Ina fury Lay on another lash and you shan repent iU IZ Yes you For an instant there was a pause of astonishment Then to my surprise the captain laughedlaughed loudly Very heroic he said Quite magnif cent f 1e Chevaliererrant But you ee unfortunately you come too laleIToo late said Ilicrec1uousJrI Yes too late he replied with moeklng smile And the lieutenant rinned too You see the man has ust confessed Vo have only been ivlnghirn an extra touch or two to Impress bin memory and save us time trouble of tying him up ngalnIITo Be Continued aware of this but it seethed to trouI bio him very little On one occasion a creditor pewonted bill which seemed familiar and Webster asked Isnt thl bilj large 7 prettyh I think not replied the maker ct it confidently Well said Webster handing oyir tho money every time I have pal Unit Mil U ittsHvcractl to mv ti tri1UMtlIl1 lCn trfIi t 1 i r r 7tbEMINERSADJOURN Therei Will Be a Partial Strike in cue Bituminous Fields Nation r and District Officers Author ized fro Sign With Operators Who Will Pay the 555 PeriI Cent AdvanceIt Indianapolis Ind Tho national Convention of tho United Mlno Workers of America adjourned sino tile Friday after authorizing tho national and district officers to sign a wage agreement with any coal opera tar who would agree to pay the scale of 100IJ or its equivalent for a period of two years This Is an advance of R53 per cent in wages in Illinois In diana Ohio anti Western Pennsylva ala and all other districts except tho Bpnthwest composed of Missouri Inn sea Texas Arkansas and tho Indian Territory where an advance of three 3ttntsstale is practically in force In that district Time convention declined offer made by tho operators of nois Indiana and Ohio to submit the wago differences to arbitration Where a coal operator owns mines Indifferent districts the scale must bo signed for all tho properties at tho samo time before any wilt bo allowed to run The action of tho convention will bring out of tho mines of the country G09noO men in the anthracite anti tuminous fields These will remain on strike until settlements have been signed by districts or with individual operatorsTho miners at work Monday will bo 25000 men In tho New JUver Iocahontas Fairmont and Central fields of West Virginia where an ilagreementdays ago to allow the men to continua at work until tho district convention now in session at Charleston has reached n disagreement with the oper ators Tlio joint conference of this district adjourned after disagreeing and after tjie miners had unanimously declined to submit the differences to a commis sion to be appointed by President Roosevelt Time convention cost the miners organization 105000 for per diem and transportation of delegates There Is In tho national district and local treas tines of tho miners 2500000 of which 100000 Is In tho national treasury AFTER TWO WEEKS Hcuse Passes Legislative Executive and Judicial Appropriation Bill Washington Tho houso passed tho legislative executive and ju dicial appropriation bill carrying 0000000 after considering tho measure two weeks The feature of FrI- days proceedings was tho elimination of lImo age limit of clerks a provision which Created much discussion and which Incited the fight against the bill The bl as passed carries nearly 700 000 fffa than tho last appropriation bill for similar purposes 1fishlngtonThe house committed on and grounds agreed to report a public building bill carrying appropriations aggregaUn 20000000 l TAKEN OUT ALIVE jhirteon French Miners Were En tombed in a Mine For 20 Days t lens France Tho disaster at the Corrieres coal mInes badJ startling sequel Friday when 13 miner were taken out alive after having erJured unspeakable horrors during cyiays of entombment Tho story ol t y survivors so far as It has been told discloses that they lived for many da3Is on putrid horse meat amid total tInt ness and In tho stench from frogenIf f icy had not been rescued f Off On a Cruise Jrnand1na Fla Mrs Roosevelt accompanied by her children Ethel An and arrived hero Tho par J was met by Capt Long who es conted her aboard the yacht Mayflow cr Tho Mayflower sailed soon after for West Indian waters on a crulso ol ten days Bank Receiver Removed person City MoThe suprema coifrt announced its decision that the St Louis county court acted without authority when It appointed n receiver for tho 2500000 Peoples United States bank of St Louis of Which E G Lewis Is president Plot To Kill Palma Havana Tho police havq dlscov ered a pot tof liberals to assa slnatq President Palma The liberals have declared they will prevent Palma taking his seat on May 20 The palace guard has been doubled Business Failures New y failures In the United States for the week ending March 29 number 1C9 against 170 tho previous week 227 In the like week of 1905 and 212 In 1904 For the week in Canada 18 as against 29 last week More Money For Famine Sufferers Washington Tho Christian Herald eont In another check for 25000 to the state department through tho Red Cross for transmittal to Japan for tbeI relief of famine sufferers making aItotal of 125000 To Save Their Boy Paterson N J To save the life of their 15yearold son James McGowan victim of an explosion ot gasoline at a silk mill thb boys father and mother had skin taKen from their backs and grafted on the legs ol tho Injured boy Tfre AntiPass Bill Des MVines laTbo house passed time antl ass bill 76 to 17 with anI amendment including all federal cers a publication clause which will require legislators now hero tof payvthelr way home Fought the Hangman Baltimore Md Isaac Winder the nesi o murderer was hanged bere1t Tho condemned man struggled tndI fought desperately and was beaten Into submission by officials and placed r time trap and his body fiuallyt tautchedFor United States Senator ttltfe Rock Ark With practically complete returns from 02 out of 73 Coy Jefferson Davis has a majority of 3072 over Senator James c HJDcrry for the democratic noiulnq tlo tor VItt HtateMpiwtor i j r p 07 jiHWIEMATEO Wilbur Glenn Voliva EletteU ns Ills Successor Apostle Declared Insane Mrs Dow and Their Son Gladstone Cast Their Lot With the New Leader of Zion Chicago At n meeting ofp000 adherents of the Christian Cath olic church at ZIon City of which John Alexander Dowie is the found and first apostle Dowles authoni t was repudiated and Wilbur Glenn Vo llva who for some time has been con ducting the affairs of tho church w elected in his stead Mrs Dowie ah repudiated her husband and their son Gladstone Dowie cast his lot with h Is mother and the now leader Voliva Most of the officials of the church were present at tho meeting and many of them denounced Dowie as bavins deceived the people and wasted their money in extravagance The meeting however refused to hold that he haft knowingly erred and John G Spelch or the former overseer and once see and In command who was recently de posed peremptorily declared Dowie to bo Insane Mrs Dowle In her address also upheld that declaration Time cast tag ofT of the authority of John Alex ofmndcran SOO word telegram from the first apostle who is In Mexico In which ho- I peremptorily ordered the discharge of Deacon Alexander Grainger financial manager of Zion who has been most taggressivefairs of tIme church on a secure foil a elation It Is also announced that a letter would follow in which other ofll vials arc named for deposition Wilbur Glenn Voliva the new leader of the church was born In Indiana in 1870 and has been In the ministry of the church since 1S89 lie was or dnined an overseer In 1901 and soou afterwards was sent to Australia SOFT COAL FIELDS The Operators of Pennsylvania Will Pay Miners Advance Asked Pittsburg Pa Dispatches from the soft coal fields indicate almost a general announcement from the operators of Western Pennsylvania to pay the miners the advance of 555 per ton called for in the restoration of tho scale of 1903 With notices posted at the majority of the mines announcing the granting of the scale the strike in the soft coal field has lost the threat cnlng aspect that has surrounded it since last January The miners of the Fairmont W Va coal section have not entered Into tho present controversy Of the 40000 miners in West Virginia but 5000 are affiliated with the United Mine Workers about 1500 are in the panhandlo section amid these have ceased work TO DOWN CASTRO Arrangements About Perfected For a Revolution in Venezuela New York Ono ot the larg est merchants in New York sail that arrangements are being perfected here anti In Paris and London for a revolution In Venezuela which will an nihilate Castro and open that country to American capital and enterprise A A ihatxask chZ II are said to be interested in the movement which the prompter declares will involve the employment of 15000 sol diers and the expenditure of 5000 000 President Castro If the plans dp not go astray Is to be either expellM or destroyed and a Venezuelan state man i j to be Installed as his succea EOI J AMENDMENT TO RATE BILL IIProvidol For Judicial Review of Orders Nef Interstate CornmUslon WashiigtonFriends of tliq house railroad rate bill In conference with PgSldcnt Roosevelt at theSsjhlto house agreed upon an amendment Iito vldlng ecifically for judicial review of order of the Interstate commerce commission This amendment will bo presented by Senator Long a pronounced opponent of any amendment which would permit tho railroads to obtain a review of a character amount Ing to a retrial of the merits of tho commissions order Missouri Leases a Coal Mine Jefferson City MoGov Folk through Warden Hall of the state penitentiary leased a mine near Waverly from which coal will be min ed during the strike in sufficient quantities to supply the 15 state Institu tions Allen Arrivals In New York Albany N YDurlng tho last three months of 1905 there were 165540 alien arrivals at the port of New York according to the quarterly bulletin of the state department of labor just made Victory For France Algeclras Spain The commit tee of the conference on Moroccan reforms reached an agreement on all points This agreement was sanction ed at the plenary session of the conference It Is regarded as a victory for France Municipal League Conference Philadelphia The annual con ference of tho National Municipal League which will be held at Atlantic City April 24 to 27 Is expected to be ono of the most interesting ever Jell by that organization Senator R A Alger III Atlantic City NJUnited States Senator Russell A Alger of Mich ligan who has been ill at the Hotel Brighton here Is somewhat Im proved He Is ailing from a weak heart His condition fora brief pcrl0l1l is said to have been LawsonIDeath of Jasper H Plttsburg IaJasper 11 Law son an American portrait painter of fome note died at his homo in this city He was SI years old Mr Law on was born in Xenia 0 and spent his boyhood in Cincinnati Miners Removing Their Tools Wilkesbarre Pa In obedience o the suspension order of the miners scale committee most of the miners and laborers in this vicinity were busy Saturday night and Sunday removing their tools and supplies from ime collieries and breakers He Feared Poverty St Louis Martin Glesbell a machinist edGO fatally shot his wife aged 50 then killed himself The tmausetyto meet a street improvementP sesjwierit maile on t0 I f tti z iJ rS 1 oi f tZ WOULD BE KEPT ALIVE Man Wanted to Work Would Not Be Incapacitated for Doing the Same Samuel Oomperlthe reelccted chief ol the of Labor WIU pointing out the good that unions bad done for workingmen IeIn France be said there are few unions and a French bricklayer told mi the other day that wages were in con sequence unreasonably low there Tbs bricklayer said with a laugh that a in Nice out of work bought on the Avenue de la Care a news paper lie took the paper home to hia attic in the squalid Rue Felix anti hi wife after turning to the advertisements raid eagerly The very thine You must look into wantedybe worked to death and will be paid enough to live on allThe man started be worked to death he mut BOtered Yes said his wife and paid enough to live on lie frowned Ha he said Some catch about Ithat TERRIBLE SCALP HUMOR Head Covered with Humor Sores with Loss of Hair Another Speedy Cure by CuUcura Remedies AH my life I had teen troubled mon or jess with humor in my scalp but about a year ago it became worse and my scalp was covered with little sores craZYjmout I tried all kinds of hair restoreri with no effect and I was nearly discour aged but one I was reading in a pa per what the Cuticura Remedies had done for scalp uiisease and leeded to make a trial I got a cake of Cuticura Soapbox a of Cuticura Ointment and Cuticnra Resolvent Pills I used them according to directions and soon noticed a dine ence the tiny sores on my scalp bjan to heal the itching stopped and my hail began to grow thick I have u f4nnly the one rake of Soap one box of Ointment and one vial and now I have nc humor on mv aealand my hair in soft andsilky Mhs Mayve tt Atkins Ito 32 East Orleans Mass 10 1903 Upside Down So you dont believe in College edt cationNo sir After graiidatinn I nearly starved to death practicing law Hut you look prosperous now Yes sir I went into vaudeville and made a fortune balancing a barrel on my feet while standing on my head Detroit Free Press As Soon as Spring Comes the need of Garfield Tea is keenly felt Thus wonderful herb medicine purities the blood cleanses time system clears time com plexion and insures a natural action ol time liver kidneys stomach anti howcU Good for young nnd old at all season No Simple life He guardedly Do you believe the old saying that two can live as cheap as one She unreservedly Yes if they are a cheap couple to begin witht Louis IostDLpatch Ladies Can Wear Shoes One size smaller after using Aliens Ease A certain cure for swollen sweating hot aching fret At all Druggist 25c Ac ceptno substitute Trial package FEEl Address A S Olraatcd Le Roy Y Assisting Conversation Yes remarked the professor I rather pride myself on the discovery of another hypothesis Indeed replied Mr Cumroi a little doubtfully I had an idea they Atere quite extinct Washington Star Somewhat Different I ray old man said Joshem did you ever see a cakewalk No replied Soberleigb 9nmt Ive seen a cheese might have walked if the openCbicagojadeiv Overshooting the Mark MikefindMrs Jtiley Divil a know Oi know He tindaysA CURE fOR DEBILITY Or Williams Pink Pills A Reliable Remedy for the Weak Ailing and Bloodless When the bodYla weak and the blood thin it is sometimes difficult to find the cause unless n wasting illness hums pre I cededor time sufferer happens to bo e girl ou the verge of womanhood Obscure influences something nn healthful iu ones surronnilings or work many lead to n slow impoverishment oi the blood and nu enfeeblement of the whole body When a serious stage has been reached there seems to bo nothing that will account for it Mr O E Legg of Tipton TV Vn has found a successful method of trent big weakness and bloodlessness He says I used Dr Williams Pink Pills for weakness caused by a lingeringmalarial fever that began in time spring of 1836 The worst effects of this were indigos tion nud a bad state of my blood Iwaa anaemic as the doctors say People generally would say that I didnt have blood enough or that I didnt have the right kind of blood mine was too thin My kidney and liver were out of order I was badly annoyed by sour risings from my stomach These was a good deal of pain too in my back aud under my right shoulder blade flow Tong did these troubles last For over two years For four mouths of that time I was under the care of n physician but his medicine did mo 110 good Meanwhile I learned ol the cures that had been wrought by Dr Williams Pink Pills You owe yonr euro to these pills I certainly do and I also know that are others to whom I have recommended them They have real merit and I know of nothing that would placeForinformation and valuable booklet address the Dr Williams Mcdi elite Co Schenectady N Y SICK HEADACHE CARTERS TTTEregulate A CURE FOR is flues Relief al Once It soothes lCllls and Ttmtwt Positively cured By these Little Fills They also rellero Dis tress titan Dyspepsia Indigestion and Too Heart A perfect rem la the heath Coated Tongue Pain In the Side TORPID LIVES They Purely Vegetable SUALLF1LL SMALL DOSE SkULLWICE CARTERS Genuine Must Bear FacSimila Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES Positive CATARRHElys quickly absorbed cleanses Eating the disposed membrane It cures Catarrh quicklyiestoree mftIIjEljr Ofothen 60 Vin lUwt KifrtifV ri 5 yI 4 T Anxious When some girls get a new calendar remarked the Observer of Events sad Things they always look fearfully through it to see if perchance they have put her birthday in red letters Yonkera S Cures Cancer Blood Poison and Rheumatism J 15 If you have blood poison producingerap tions pmmpteum7ulcers swollen gland bumps risings itching skin 3 5 coppercolored spots or rash on time skin mucous patches in month or throat fall trig iir bone pains old rheumatism or foul catarrh take Botanic Blood lialm It Ii B It the poison in the blood soon all sores eruptions heal hard swell ubsidc aches and pains stop and a perfect cure is zaide 01 worst cases of BlOts 1oison tFor cancer tumors swellings eating sores ugly ulcers persistent pimples of alt kinds take B O It destroys the eau ccr poison in the blood heals cancer of all kindi cures the worst humors or suppurat ing strcllings Thousands cured by B IS alter all che fail If U B composed of pure botanic ingredients Improves the g digestion makes blood pure and rich stops lie awful itching and all sharp 7 shooting pains Thoroughly tested for thirty years Druggists 1 per large hot tie with complete directions for home 2 cure Sample free and prepaid by writing lool Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice alto sent in Malcd letter a Many a man who would scorn to ae Copt money is bribed with flattery and doesnt know it A COLD BROUGHT IT ON Severe Congestion of the Kidneys Soon Cured by Doahs Sidney Pills Richard M 1earce a prominent busi ness man of 231 So Orange SCf Newark N J says Working nights during bad weather brought on a heavy cold iaching of the limbs and pain in the back and kidneys Severe congestion of the kid 1JLneys followed Be sides time terrific acli lag there were whirl ing headaches and I became exceedingly weak MyTiloctor could not hieIeand I turned t Doans Kidney rills with the result j that time kidney congestion disappeared and with it nil the other symptoms What is more the cure has lasted br eight years SoM by all dealers 50 cents a box ai Y FostcrMilburn Co Buffalo N Y W L DOUGLAS 33 SHOES091 jiW t Douglas S4OO Cllt Edge Line cannot bo equalled atany price 3 w LDoU EAaMAKFs ILSM9 iMSHS 360 SHOES JHAHAttrOTH MANUFACTURER IN TIlL WORLD tin nnn BHMHDtoi joBttoea iuIuuu iilprarittii ititHiHt- II I could take you into HIT three Urje factorta at Brockton bias and show th InSults carewltbwhlcheverypalrofhoeJmaeyou W S3 JO hoescost more to mike they hold their shape better Wear longer sad are of greater Intrinsic value than any other 3L50 shoe Douglaa SfongrMaShoa fiMen 250 2WJ Ef JScoI4Drealhos S2502175158CAUTiONhislsI upon basing WJJongIs hos Take no ubat1tute genuine Without his aune and price suampedbn bottom Fait Color Cutlet used tiny will sot mar eraaa Write CabUofWBrockton Maaa 1 SICKWOMENS J All women who suffer from the diseases peculiar to ij their sex and endure the miserable periodical pains headache backache side and waist pains falling feeling weakness irritability and other symptoms of disordered functions should do as Mrs S J Chrisman of Manns ville N Y did and take t4 OFCARDUI WOMANS RELIEF to rcflevc thdr misery She wrtes For five years I suffered untold misery from r idoctorcure mc Finally I took Catdtii aticl now I do not have thesc bad feelings as formerly It has done me- So U1tSCI1 good that Irecom mcnd ft to all zck women At all Druggists LOO MEN TANTED LSFOR THE NAVY lecbaaic beiieeen the ages of an4 tIwill Sad cast POSitiotisoprmto ttemand for young men between si and ss whu possessno trade there is rood c epponanity for advancement full cuttt of ciohing free and mrayai pa tocommeocewfth fRecruimingOncepcmton itjldin Ohio Post Othc fluildin Lcultylflo leti OSita Puii4iu ia4Iaapciis 1P4 I t2 e sta F4j r 4 p r p Ji 1 JM 4 1 S = z + 4 t jt rf+ f r 1 I Iyr J gWj1I i c Grj ftr J X 5 lJoi M ti =f 1 4 L r rA 7 I 4 J s ti iRUMOflEI3 OF ROYALTY nantflcenIt s ho wears paste when tray i Jallnga1Oad V v Vv r Emperor William has appointed Prot Grnst Von Uergmann nn1emIJeror ihe upper house of parliament for lifer ft This Is the first time that auch an honor has been conferred on a mem ber of the medical profession flt The duchess of Marlborough Is said r to bo developing a serious vein hav o I lug Joined herself with tho sect 1 1likessouls or tho Intellectuals calledI to hear speeches In 111hlnkers and cultivates the acquaintance of all I Emperor William has presented to Count Wltto the chain anti grand cross l of the Order ot the Roth Eagle Count 1 4 Wltto has presented to tho Mayflower In behalf of himself and tho other to the Iortsmouth peace cou Russian sliver punchbowl in r 1delegatesvessel of the hosptality extended that Prlnco Louis Napo astcently objected to having soldiers lire j4 of unarmed mobs of workmen It Is hinted also thut more than one Hus ipIElan grand duke has resigned his com c mission through fear of being ordered to quell disturbances in the old ortho dox style LIi The earl of Yarmouth who has Just returned to England after accompany 4 it6 log his wife to this country spent live days In New York without being dig turbed by unwelcome publicity or in t vitations to dinner lie wandered a about town almost unnoticed enjoying himself after his own Inclination Un t less present plans are altered ho will return in n couple of months for the 7 countess who was Miss Thaw of Pitts 1l v burg The only daughter of the German emperor Is the youngest of seven chil IsStall angular and pale This young irIsS0 cchen by the people and Is said to bo 1 the only one of the kaisers children 1 Swho over dares to take any liberties botIt is said that on one occasion tho emperor said My daughter often for gets that I am German emperor but i she never forgets that sho is princess i royalbco4 PERSONAL PARTICULARS I K Ralph D BlumenSeld editor of the mnSbeen born In Milwaukee He learned OJ his profession In Chicago and New York f iGo Guild of Massachusetts has aptalpointed Miss Marie Rose Collins r 1 daughter of Former Mayor Collins ol tSBoston ns state prison commissioner 44She has given the subject of prison work much attention ExPresident Cleveland has sold hits farm lying a short distance outside of Princeton Ho bought tho farm soon after going there to live and intended brItitev5Slrs Cynthia M Paden of Monte k zum la was recently the only suc ressful woman candidate in a class ot jS 35 examined by the stato commission of pharmacy Mrs Paden is a mother with three little children and her work has crlduties Gen Henry E TremaIn the newly 4 if elected presidentof the Republican club of New York city has a splendid v isilil i record Ha fnist l as a yolunte rd i It tyTwl1 r1 Ii1tr gen UrfSSTKewai f of the founders 04 ja t jIb5J UfYork ofr475j Miss In a way is twice an American Rt citizen He came to this country over j t 20 years ago and was naturalized In 883 SSS Not long ago building in which h had eomo papers was burned his n turallza iyg4 i tand now Is able again to give docuraen I tary evIdence of his American cttIzenS shipahf wcii 5enoughAaoesn soIi A great manjr people believe that i tin is only a wrong found out c Some men loudly demand Justice While softly fraying for mercy thqhis feeing eitherhiThe p foretell ImLWe lose more time In growling at 2 f itbeweatb r than we do in chinking liepditr JAGSk COFFEE Correct1elyI r i Some one said Coffee never hurts brII A Phlla woman saysST DiiriDS the last r or 3 years I be came subject to what the doctor called coffee Jags and felt like I have heard I men say they feel who havo drank too much rum it nauseated me and i I felt as though there was nothing but coffee flpwing through my veins Coffee agreed well enough for a time but for a number of years I 11ithought I could not get along with out it It made me nervous disor rirI very distressing headachesboWhen I got s coffee Jag on I would give s pmdrinking It for a few days till is ItOttomachjegained a little strength hi iltrawaysfretful and worried as I heuser About a year ago I was persuaded i to try Postum but as I got It in res taurants it was nothing but a slopipthese sometimes and weak and of cours I didnt like it l thifully and fobn It delicious I per 1a severed in its use quitting the old V1 coffee entirely and feeling better and better each day till I found at last to my great Joy that my ailments had pScoffee come an endaIT have heretofore suffered Intensee cly from utter exhaustion besides the oTher aliments and troubles but this uramer using Fostum I have fel- tflncNafnesA given by P stum Co Batye Creek Web Theres a reason I Rr taurant cooKs rarely prepare 4 MMtura Coffee properly Tbeyudo not 1 U OLlOCDUi- w 1r r t TWO MEN AND GOD A STORY OF TilE HEBREW PEOPLES STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM Br the lIiabwar and Byway Preacher IlInltt11IUGrWStJOIiI 27 Qr N tho day on which Moses and his wife ZlpporahantllllllrtJ from the homo of Jolhro and tool up their journey towards the lund of Egypt Aaron hal been some days on his way In quest of his brother Moaes antI had the oven ing before rearhed lIIIeIIlhber cary with his journey lie stretched himself upon the greoiicar Ihocenrtag dwp of the refreshing water he hall Gallon into a deep sleep While ho lima ute lIt il seemed to him that the Lord ann touchwu him and said unto hIm to hasten Iota the wilderness which lies before thee for Moses de parts on tho morrow Reeking time So vivid was the vision and so real the voice that bo nwoka with n Htart nail leaping to his feet exclaimed Yea Lord I will go He did not know how far the nIght Vas spent hut thn fuilorbnd mrx u was flooding the arth with Its light and seemed to mark out a pathway for rent aurl hastily partaking of some of urn fruit of the palms and filling hits pouch with other luscious clusters iiml roplon lain Ing the ira c r In his skin ttlo vhic4i he carried over his shoul t2t r he started forward All hut nay he traveled and only rested at night when the darkness made it no longer imsslble or safe to ntInue Hut with the first glimmer ings of daylight he was again piirsufng his Journoy expectantly TIm towering nullities of a distant untrin became Impressed upon ht rision ninth within hill heart there rose a foelliig of Joy and obitinn which he eon not understand or explain day long the vision of that moon ti held him and he aused not until toward the middle of the afternoon Uo reached Its foot and bowing himself lie thanked God Unit titus fur lie had led him While thus engaged the breaking of a b anrunchha fandth goroughPhowning thrth thepulso was In thither and see itw ho lycouldns quickly there cam a a second m- iapnlm ilcfp yearning to be alone vi ertlnoci above hint- Protflbly the tent of some sheepherder Im as he ascended the pa anthwnotnt fie fin ii Titnr1n oa mierofandththeroascdbr cla heiqedth4ceopcstioncm met J LsEach repetition waSjmoro interiso d louder than before until his voice echoed and reechoed ftwereemed to conic from the distant ahead a voice which said Thus salth the Lord am come to deliver them out of the hand of the Egyptians and to bring them up out of at land unto a good land Was It God speaking he asked mself trembling with fear but before he could turn and lice as he felt pelled to do there appeared before him a man whose flowing robes and long staff marked him as an inhabitant of that eastern country Unnerved as was by the suddenness of it all he d not move or cry out but watchel lOt the mans face with fascinated wonder as he advanced with rapid strides to wards him Moses Aaron they both cried and with the Instant recognition they clasped each other In affectionate em Dracegreeting upon either side of the head Was it you who Just spoke r Aaron asked after the greetings were over and then added In an awed undertone I thought it was the voice of GoJ Surely He Is in this place Yea as can testify rephirhCloses with earnest emphasis Aaron felt the thrill In his brothers voice and spoke up eagerly Tell me about it Have you seen Have you heard Him speak Come with we Moses quietly re spondeil And while Aaron listened with stir ng heart Mosea related all that had BJ1dbowHe would deliver His people and com andlug that he Moses should re rn sad demand of Pharaoh that he t thin Hebrew people go And God hath stiit thee to me to lp in this great mission he con you little know the Pharaoh Ith whom you have to deal re onded Aaron dubiously anti he went on to tell of the cruel oppression that hid mar1ec hi reign Ttiink ye u at he wilt let our people goi No unit he will not for God has Pointings under glws may now be- reserved Indefinitely Had the men LIt d known this the pictures ot Apes might still live in the first freshness of their colors anti the work of Raphael anti Michael Angelo would look today as Jt looted when it left the painters hands The method of preservation Is simple lhe canvas is placed In a vacuum It is preserved ljk fruit It i sealed up from nil tbe ilsUuctlve iDnueaws of tb6 ltt 1 r tL 7insnot be aW to wirfour freedom Then h n wo hope for uuiiv cranca There Is nothing we can hope for inourselvea but God has said He will stretch out Ills hand and smlto Egypt with all his wonders What wonders I know not savo that God has ealniTh that wo must obey Ills voice and with this rod holding out tIme staBS In Iris lianttwe shall do signs bids Aaron took the staff in his hands 01andWhy that Is only your shepherds crook Is It not Is that tho only token of thy authority And Is that not enough when Gods power is manifest In it And smiting Iho action to the word Moses seized time Iogroninderl1entIlJMorecorllfy us before our brethren anti bofuro Pharoah said Moscn nun aecntl3 reaching down antI grasping the Aaion tall of the reptileou JjlesswbrotherIt Is wonderful And If the people will not liellera because of this sign and Phiuaoh will jtlintfo inmldsand It was white with leprosy The look of horror upon Aarons faco as he shrank away from the loathsome di ofceasorelief as he saw his brother again put It laforthdmppcd to his knees and grasped thn IIPIH of AIosos mantle saying ns he did eo In a hoarsse whtbpcr Thou hast the powpr of a god Nay my brother say not so Arise It Is Gods power It le the thlni which God has shown me hero In tin m ountwSurely then the cry of the op pressed people lies gone up to God and Ho will remember His promises given unto thorn Aaron sold earnestly Think you then that they will re celvc meT MOSES queried anxiously as he recalled how they had turned against him years before when lie had Bought to help them Yen they surely will believe thou art sent or God when they behold these signs which thou doest but fear Pharaoh will not hearken unto you and he will call upon his priest i to do their wonders and discredit you And they are exceedingly clover as thou knowest he added by way of emphasis Moses nodded In assent while an xious troubled look crossed his ce lie trembled at the thought ot ing before the great and terrible mmirnoli nail demanding that he let Hehioughtafordsand gmspeti Aarons In strong warm embrace saying But God will stand with us broth You will not fear to go with me No was the hearty response And thou shah be my spokesman o adrdi am slow of speech in that tongue w I will The two men stood for norm mo jofjjtheirimoemellmingad bid wnsctousntsem lilea benediction The oneniss aim ann hope In the great misson enIng up before them drew lr ans wvceLcunknmtto endure tr coialthatwere to follow It was such an 3thosemc gVeat mission for tUrn anI as ese two men stood there In sranc ey felt the note of gratitude rising in their hearts The Lord be praised Aaron said fervently Surely lie hath led mJ this day Yea the Lord be praised echoed Moses for He too hath led me and caused me to tarry in this place when Zlpporab would have had me push for wardAnd who Is Zipporah questlone1 Aaron looking up quickly Zipporah repeated Moses for ths moment startled at the question Oh course you do not know Zipjjorai my wife the daughter ot letaro of Midian whom I rayTVled IsInce coming Into lhls place nd he went on to recount all thet uai befallen him Since leaving ashen And you would take tier bilk wit ith tropbledShe Is eager to go dut it win only bring sorrow and suffering upon tier Sixth will fcampct you in your work had not thought of that Most rejoined slowly anti thoughtfully Uu1 we tuust be golag ne added at e noted t lengthening snadows The darkness will zoon be upon ush Next morning the camp at the tOOl of the mountain was broken up witt the first glimmerings of daylight and the wife and sons of Moses started oc their Journey back homo Far into tho night they had talked the matter over and at last Zipporah nad 111 tened to Aarons counsel and agree that it iras best that she anti the boy should return to Jethros bornetGod will lead us back this wa with my people said Moses con fldently as they separated And the shall come with us then But I will not see Egypt snt cried regreUully No responded Moses clasping hei and her sons In final sisrnce b 1Athou sralt sbe a bet Jed s lan llowlns with milk and coney a lani o which God Is going to ead Hli people CANNED PAINTINGS 71 mospherc Since metal figures in the operation the canvas might indeed be said to be canned There is no reason wtr paintings kept in this moat enlureIndellnltely Ell ComeDown Occasionally a woman nnrrias net ideal man but Inmost crises H u not raUIormeJInto I j STATE Jt1JTNWS ITEMSIi 11 KENTUCKY GENERAL ASSEMPY r IyeRectified Liquors Was Passt Frankfort JIarch 2Tho Kcnuiclly- cnoral assembly late Monday alter ndoptcd a bill imposing a license Iga lticibotible sta imotte1hoIn unit tax Much was said during e session about lobby Influence and bills anil resolutions of Investigation were introduced lint not pressed ant i no on uIebe constitutional the net will bring tho state about 150000 annually in veimit Last year there was shipped t of Kentucky ten million live hun erl thousand proof gallons of tills uor which Is about twelve millions alldscportUt next anti failure to theaninoto 100 per day To ship such spirits to tho stato of Kentucky for tho pur 50 of branding is denounced by the jnfinesuch shipment Peter leo Atherton til helersth oferger rectifiers out of the state into diana and Ohio WILL NOT FAIL Shortage Causes Run On a Bank Deficit Partly Made Up Owensboro Ky March aThereas a small run on the Standby Deposit bank eight miles from Owens boro caused by the announcement of a 17000 shortage of Cashier Estll W N ell Tho greater portion of the an Thmotnitwas cashier for two years suddenly resigned on Monday The bank oil clals came to Owensboro redlscounted 10000 worth of notes and are ready to pay any of the depositors The bank has a capital stock of 15000 The deposits amount to 40000 and If aims0 53000 Nell has left for his home nt Morgantown Ky hIN ewport Dealers Accused of Selling Adulterated Goods Convicted Newport Ky March 31 Scyraf Newport grocers who wero u by Constable Zubor of Magistra tchlnsons court appeared before m The grocers were fined oa ter pleading guilty to a chare f Felling adulterated food The cliyrc was a technical one as the goodr it 5asnot show adulteration but were properly labeled and It was for reason that the minimum fine wa tipo absedulterated list were bakin go IO dods1Bowlingdge John D Grider won tIme first su it cpr brought against tile town of In Edmonson county An e Arbucllo who fell through ard wall dislocating a hir 1 aking her a cripple for lifeItl a verdict of 700 ill mean a cost of about 1 to ever man woman and child in Brownsville wI Col Edward R Weir Expires Owensboro Ky March 31 Co ard Ramsey Weir G7 of Grernvil ueutenanJcolone j Held on Manslaughter Charge l Glasgow Ky March 30 Clarence Nuckols who killed his father lien derson Nuckols two weeks nga oi Mud Camp creek In Monroe county was given an examining trie wtorri County Judge Miller at Torapklriu ii and was held on the charge of manj slaughter DamagesJConductor Sues For Harrodsburg Ky 8 A Roy a freight conductor has suedjj for 15000 the Southern railroad no claims he was Injured to that amounU Inn wreck on the road at Lawrenct1 burg A HomeComing Day Cynlhlana Ky March 30 r uu Cyn- lliiaua Commercial club has itecided to ave a Homecorning for HiuTlson county people to take rtlacti ilurlng tho Homecoming week at TulsvlHo in June Raid on M onshlrlers Richmond Ky March jOGenernl- Deputy Collector W T dhort has returned from a 10 days moonshine raid through Perry Pike Knott anti Lelch or counties Eight stills were located and destroyed with a large amount of beer and whisky Made Confessions Somerset Ky March 30Itt the cir cult court hero Pat Love confessed robbery Henry Barger confessed housebreaking and Stephen Gill horse stealing Each got two years in the penitentiary Board of Trade at Greenup Greenup Ky March 30A movement is on foot to organize a board of for the purpose of Inducing cap italists to locate factories here Green up has no manufacturing Industry although transportation facilities good and land and houses cheat New Military Company Mayklng Ky March 29 d jno Webb who commanded theI pfcrr er county company of state- su s three years ago is to organize uix r company in this county which wili e mustered Into service at once Killed By Robbers Hardinsburg Ky March SO1iA Coke a wellknown man of flIsonville was found dead in his 11 with a bullet In his head His icets hail been rifled and It Is presun ho was killed by some one In hltlILInear the house Will Not Make the Race f jGeorgeannounced his Intention not to mal SQlIber ift J 1 r J ON FORBIDDEN GROUND es Were Torn Out By the Shot Fired meAtSWhillttunllnlelio Lexington Hydraulic Co on tho imuiuiul pike James Stradei young son df tIne late R S Strader tilts ea trotting horse man was shot tutu perhaps fatally wounded by some unknown person The shooting was doiirfwitli a tItle at a distance of about 40Q yards antI the bullet entered the tight temple and canto out on the op jiosito side of the bend tearing the muscles of bolh eyes as it passed InforUlatlonbfa negro boy was engaged in shoot Ing duels when lie was told by lion Stewart to slop shooting and hear the place As Stewart was not a vwatciiman Strader apparently paid no attention to him anti Stewart it la egetl stepped into time new pump use After the shootint Stewart ured the services of William Proc tho watchman Taking a boa t ey rowed across the bIte to Strader ti placed him In a wagon and tool him to the Good Samaritan hospital Stewart made several conflicting state ments to tho officers and others nttho l regarding the shooting and stated at he knew nothing about the matter Doth of Slraders eyes were ta IisavintLexington Ky March 39JameStradtr who was shot on Tuesday InjurIeshis of thtieho nmaskeded but his request was not complied with as it is feared that It would it a fatal shock to tell him of his misfor tuno In his present condition SPINAL MENINGITIS ree Boys Dead and Two Are Dying Near Alexandria faNewportono or its most agonizing forms hii lai Ch alarlestr 14 thyearoinlobrosplnal meningitis and died afte suffering for two hours The same tia- s 12yearold boy was stricken with e disease and succumbed before ni so Ltnafterwards While Drs Houston and Zinn were treating this boy the two et ep liectlvelytll cad malady and their death seeniSo te Dndingthe presence of the terrible alllictiowthe family was onetth ea tiseof John Neiser also of Alexandria out three weeks ago TWO WHOLE COUNTIES They Must Vote on the Question of Abolishing 6m Lone Saloons Viillamstowii Ky Mardi t9ThO- iy lgo of Jonesvllle Is the t jic ot mersation among local on and cntMocal option people Holies in both GrajJj and Owen countles ind is 10IlnhHerftorled p ratciy on the liquor r q J a majority ot them tin o oi the sale of whisky Jojinrvllle 11 iiintalried n Baleen whim those is ilicr parts of time two counitys havo p iao out of business Under to Khr ich law both Grant and Ow jti coun ties will have to vote on the question Separately and will have t P yH hold a special election for tho iouiiiles entire and vote dry as a RiiM Ut Jonesvilles saloon Out of business The Hesslg Distillery Std Paducah Ky March i hi Hcs sig distillery recently fJ 0 bank WellIliquor firms In Wcstem ntucky fte capacity of the plautvvi bo dou bled and two large warcas will be erected 3iA Robbers Victim Hudsonvllle 4y March 29John A Coke was found dead In his yard hero Wednesday with a bullet in his bead As his pockeW wero rifled it Is believed he was robbed arid killed by a highwayman Mrs Julian McGrew Acquitted Frenchburg Ky March nMrs Julia McGrew of this city was acquitted by the jury hero of causing tbo death of one woman and time illness of others by placing arsenic In their coffee Suit Against Bowling Green Bowling Green Ky March 31 For mer Judge George R Gorin of the police court sued the city for J375 al leged to be due as back salary Ha claims the city each yea during his term of offlco failed to pay him 100 o f his salary Bowling Green Western Road Bowling Green Ky March 311tI- s stated on presumably good author Ity that construction work will begin on the Bowling Green Western rail road between this city and Morgan town within a few days New Buildings For Liberty College Glasgow Ky March 30At a meet ing of the board of trustees at Liberty college a bond Issue of 20000 was authorized to erect a new dormitory chapel anti additional school rooms The work will begin as soon aj the weather permits Cut His Throat With a Razor Owensboro Ky March IOTolm Mattingly aged 50 committed suicide at his farm near Owensboro by cutting his throat with a raror He leaves a widow and eight children No cainso assigned for the mans deed Estlll Springs Sold Irvine Depot Ky March 9TheMill Springs a resort here has been 1d to Harvey Riddel of Denver I Lube C Riddel of Mt Sterling and J Elliott Rlddcll of Irvine iWio last two named will manage the tel this season TreeJpndfln Al treo thissoun urlvU wlilplj will prove fatal i h vJ JS NY PEOPLES English I dies norjhafan lovers Pined to Piny elot the Flag The llageoletIs of peculiar interest o Americans sxs tho American lu ctitor as from time immemorial siti been the medium through which he intlian youths courted their sweet arta at a distance when they wore so unfortunate as to be unable to gain i personal audience The love or courting flute of the c Adarlengthwise nnd hollowed to form an ilr chamber A hole Is made on each side of thb diaphragm and a shallow ilr passage cut from one hole to tho jthcr Above It a cap of wood is placed for the purpose of covering the upper holo and the air channel Time Up is made 3f a thin sheet of lead and the whole bo In betinefl out are placed six finger holes a condition that points unmistakably to the Inllucnce of contact with the white man TIle flageolet as ordinarily tinder stood may be described as a whistle headed flute In the seventeenth cen tury English ladles often player on It Sometimes two or three flageolet tubes were constructed with one head for- eth purpose of introducing notes in harmony These were called double or triple flageolets and a patent was cnetAn old English diary of 1CC7 con ta ins this quaint reference to tho thoInntlIto andofastenedIIcan on one and en echo It upon the other which Is ighty prettythBroughamsIin dalekhngChinese officials and often their wives and children says the Peking and Tientsin Times They notonly run on the broad macadamized roads but up the narrow side streets to their houses Of course to meet a cart is beavllyIallenIiit inlowstanco there is no left or right of e road but the whole road Tho abrfNew Yorks FinestpFat policemen and rated with whiskers are becoming scarce on tho New York police force Tho active and intelligent officer whoso belt extends over the tinenni is making heroic efforts to reduce lilnghnman In order to he efficient must eigh somewhere near a quarter of a on The men are required to keep- icniselves looking smart too and a eard two days old is almost sure to come In for censure Well Answered There Is an echo up near Niagara FallN remarked the Observer ofoEvents and TImIngs and when a per o fouts Will Niagara ever dry up the answer comes back Dry up Yoniccrs Statesman Then He Went No I have no business said tho cheerful idiot I Just dropped in to kill a little time r Well thank you said tho busy Dltlleader No Attraction Jerky JqhesTlimnk of It That man that just passed In an automobile Is worth 100000 Weary Wuc1tllcsYes limit he had to work for tIetrolt Free Press 1 Gardening Ants Brazilian ants make little gardens In the tree vops and sow them with pine apple anU other seeds The gardens arc founts of all sizes from a single sprouting seed surrounded by a lit tic earth Ion densely overgrown ball- sa large as a mans head IDue to Mimicry ttmi u hjt ren have lately bo como itriugly numerous In Germany The public schools contain 80 ooo of them The Increase in the num ber Is largely due to mimicry Coin for Mexico The Mexican government lately concluded a contract with the Philadelphia mint for the coinage of about J4000000 worth of gold which Mexico has been accumulating for about two years The mint has already begun coining l000ot on a rush order Since the establishment of the gold standard la that country the capacity of their mints loin been overtaxed About Forests llussia leads the world In planting forests America in devastating them MARKET REPORTS 3LCTLEFair 00 t55OCALVESExtraIOUBChotce packers 6 55 CT660 Mixed CSO t 6 SIiElPkxtrs 5 60 si 5 75 iCORNN 675FLOURSpring OATSNo 2 mixed g 3- 3ItIENo 2 W BARLEYNo2 spring M 5ilAVChoke timothy 50 S13 f1675IARDPrlmentTTKHCholce dairy 0 IS Choice creamery 2- 9APPLESChoIce per bbl 6 00 rOTATOES1cr bush 70 tj 75 61300OldCHICAGO 00WHEATNO uNo 3 red 73 i 79 431LOATSNoRYENO 2 choice co 182iLARDNEW YORK 25WHEAT64V4OATSNoKYE Western mixed tt 73 00UARDBALTIMORE S3UCORNCATTLESteers 4 00 460 HOGS Good to choice 700 0 73 LOUISVILLE WHEATNO 2 roth o ss 4SOATS I RK tss prime 6tI350 SI SrflOprImeINDIANAPOLIS 7sIOCStI1giIi3tSjf a i qo IJ W r 0 t t lJ 1Or 4t Tj1r 1 J Q j WHO SHE Wf1 jllt J t JFJ1 SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF LYDIA E PINKHAW r nd a True Story of How the Vegetable Compound Had Its Birth and How the Panic of 73 Caused 3it to be Offered for Public Side inDrus Stores tThis remarkable Woman whose InLynnFo In familyrcame known as a woman of an alert d investigating mind an earnest eker after knowledge and above sympatheticIn 1043 she married Isaac Pinkham builder and real estate operator and eir early married life was marked by prosperity and happiness They had four childrep three sons and a ughterIn good old fashioned days it was common for mothers to make eir own home medicines from roots d herbs natures own remedies calling in a physician only in specially urgent cases By tradition and ex pe rience many of them gained a won d erproptiesMrs Pinkham took a great interest the study of roots and herbs their- aracteristics and power over disease She maintained that just as nature so bountifully provides in the harvest fields and orchards vegetable foods of painstof the field there are remedies cx- rcssly designed to cure the various ills and weaknesses of tho body and it was her pleasure to search these out and prepare simple and effective medicines for her own family and friends Chief of these was a rare combina on of tIme choicest medicinal roots and herbs found best adapted for the J1CculIartothams friends and neighbors learner that her compound relieved and cured and it became quite popular among themAll this so far wasdone freely with out money and without price as a labor of love But in 1873 the financial crisis struck Lynn Its length and severity were too much for the large real estate interests f the Pinkham family as this class f business suffered most from fearful depression so when the Centen nial year dawned it found their prop erty swept away Some other sourer of income had to be found At this point Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound was made known to the world daughterithw a I to without a OILED OF THE FiSH Anil mailed wYorkCltjA8 OLM3TED LORoyNY KE 4SP820 book etQrDCQI llUIiALlJ restore the famfy fortune They that the medicine which was to for their man friends and neighbors was equally good for the women of the world The rinkhams had no money arid credit Tlicir first was the kitchen where roots and steeped on the stove gradually na gross of bottles Then cam LIL qil l of selIn g1vaitprinter to i m off some fort the merits of the felite now t Itd Lydia E Pinkliams weredistributedBoston New York and Brooklyn The wonderful curative ot the medicine were to a great extent for whoever used it it to others aria the de gradually increased In 1877 by combined efforts the fain fly had saved enough money to corn mence from that the growth and success ot the were assured until to day Lydia E Pinkham and her Vege table Compound have become house hold and tons of roots and are used annu ally in its manufacture Lydia E Pinkham herself did not to see the great success of this work She passed to her reward ago but not till she had provided for her work as as she could have done it During her and crime rience she was ever methodical in her work and she was alwayscareful topre serve a record of every case tb teaU Ou Imer attention case o slkwoman who applied tu her for advice and there iver thousand received careful study ind thodctwls includ lug symptom1 treatment and results 4were for future reference and today these records together with fIS hundreds of thousands made since are available to sick women the world s over and represent a vast cbllabora tion of information the treatment of womans ills which for t f jand accuracy can hardly L be equaled in any library in the 1world With Lydia E Pinkham worked her the Mrs Pinkham She in all her hardwon and for she assisted her in her vast f To her hands toaturally fell the direction of the its origina tor passed sway For jaeftrJjt twenty 4five years she has continued VU and nothing Iifiiie work shows the Jrfirst Lydia E Pinkham pen and the present Pinkhsa now the mother of a large family toMcA it up With women assistants as capable as herself the Mrt probably from time office of no lj person have so many been 2 how to regain health Sick i titmen this advice is Yours for Healv freely felrcnJfv u JHJlv w forll Such is ot ydia E Pink hams from aim e roots and herbs use one great ir dicjno for Womens and fitting monument to the noble wo ian whose name it J1 WO MORE TO BLISTER CAPSICUMS VASELINE ISCIENTIFIC MODERN EXTERNAL PA QUICK SURESAFE ASO ALWAYS READY CURE FOR PAT WAIT TILL PAIN COMESKEEP A TUBE HKJi r IT WILt NOT BUSTER TIlE MOST DELICATE S IT IS ALSO ir FOR CHlIDRiN VASELINE CAMPHOR ICE SUPERIOR TO ANYTHING IN USE FOR CHAPPED HANDS 11 JAND UPS AND TO ALLAY ALL IRRITATION OF THE SKIN A SOVEREIGN REMEDY FOR SONBORK VASELINE COLD KEEPS THE SKIN IN A SOFT AND HEALTHY CONDITION t AND PRESERVES THE COMPLEXION EACH OF THESE WELL PREPARATIONS CAN BE OBTAINED FROM DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS OR WILL SEND BY MAIL ON RECEIPT OF IS CENTS IN MONEY OR STAMPS EXCEPTING CAMPHOR ICE FOR WHICH SEND TEN CENTS MFG CO 17 State Street YORK NEBRNCULIWA1M MAKE EVERYDAY IL1You cannot I afford be I I IWATERPROOj1 SUIT OR SLICKER issifffty SIGN JeUecsNuroIi MOTHER GRAYS SWEET POWDERS FOR YCYCTIIIIDCSICoasUpaIi TeethirDIordreoTnhisiuTiVormm urieb DruggIstslSCtiI en nomeilSample AN 2120 PATENTS rites Vriflo WuhiItii argued good w whole little laboratory herbs were panihlets setting mediS properties selfadvertising recommended mand ncwspmtperadvertistngnnd enterprise words everywhere many herbs year continuing effectively herselfSlong eventful every recorded regarding authenticity daughterinlaw present waatarefullylnstnsictedS knowledge years correspondence worlcvhen when droppeder some present Pinkhnnicontinuesth1sgreatworkari women Vsed thohlstory Compound made ailments bears MUSTARD PLASTERS COUNTERIRRITANT iIJENSABLB 5St5 CREAM KNOWN CHESEBKOUGH NEW CHILDREN f lead always Send for circu s lars describing our new corn bined Riding and Walking Cultivator It has all modern improvements simple in con struction easily bardled Agents everywhere for full particular1 p BROWN MANUFACTURING CO ZANESV1LLE OHIO I I MIXED FARMIN6 FREE WHEAST R US1 RANCflIthrtetyoatpuruIthavV again shown wondertui result Os liiiitL Homestead Lands of WESTERN CANADA Magnlflcent CllmatFarmen plowing fn tbtll jSthl rt lceTi In tb middle of NovemberSsnAll are bonnd to b more thin viewed with tlit i Seal resultS ot the past eeatoaa UarrestsI ztractSCoal wood water h2y in sb95daDe5U I churches market eonreoient f Thl tf lith eraof UJXlwK i awls tlon to SUTEBIvrex n Ottawa CanadaSeromentageuK sd nswuiemis iulldlnjToltao O SS ztauonuiapeprr 1 smoksrni CAN WAMTEO IRA 1FnIfarS1StieniISi5ip frost ni11 in qry kitteu ciutnact bIIieilrOhantjo i5liI wLia tiJ l5 srI Inil b lemirPnnn3l II rli I hIilss5Itfr1q J i II i c V ti tii tut 11 t rJtt C r f tiS J t t 0 r t t tr t GSLETLKX r J1O1jN1BLISILU l t- V G 1LE lIT CI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE- ddress all communications tol 4 1 UE OUTLOOK PUBLISHINQ Co or 4 Jons W HOSAKCK Owingsville y 4 Subscribers desiring change or 4- Ii address should A address when wrhingICorrtllpondtntc when nut of stat I 11 Jtjonerv should mention fact on u Ii tppnrat sUp of pup r t I No oommiSfionJ unwed to uny body Jubscripflons t THE OUTLOOK is sent one year for one tUilar six months for iIxtyt cents thrt months for tIiIrtyflJ cents 4 i THURShAJY APHIL 5 1900 j r 1L ATTIaNr 1 GwiutL UADLEY of- 1r f Missllllr u1ouflcd that JOhO D I i7f1TeITler wId j7ftVO to come la out of biding nnd to no Wn iai his proeisa servers Rockefeller thus scorm another victory r TOE great or1 ipform wave ii that is sweeping over the country iia3reached the climax in tho t Brooklyn public ltlmsrie ill th refusal of Mark TwHtnsTomSuW 1 yer and Huckleberry Finn tII t children under tho ugc of dhscre rtub1rlltbill to increnise the pninir tf soldiers to loonth hits been favorably reported I p lo the U S Senate There are 4 I only 4640 of thosc veterans left nod the incrennc adjls but n com IlII ii Curative trifle to the pension ex fi Denditure JOHN ALJtxA DEn Down who is zr Very ick Ijai been deposeil s ro hjiinus leader Iflhe Chrihtiun j- Catholic Church in 7ion founded S o Jyr him and hiss been suspended nieniiHrship also Ills poti dupe are 4J last getting the wou 1t ifrom over llHir eyes e THE bill tolfree from internp 1revenuetax blcohol for use in the nrti wus reported to die USHoiife with only two dissenting votes hut t the Standard Oil Co is opposed to It and it is reared the Senate will put it to sleep in committee The J o i Standard opposes it because tax f v free alcohul would compete us fut with kerosene t ii Tnr Kentuckyand West Vii- I QuI linia Coal minere were sticking t k their jobs ut latest report und con stqilell there will likely br no kccifjocnal In tbifl taatet IIIUg h J price lire already on the attrtticd 1 Some of the Pennsylvania soft i lt J na1operbtlrB have grantoJ lb miner demunds and their mine jf 4 Iw continue in operation Irt i Mf OveR a half icillion conl miners Wtnt on a strike Saturdny In the i i lanthrac te bOIl bituminoti5 taint I l f nn6 Jv lln n i116 bituuiiri Tmhe6n n ndfuna and Illinois andthe tjouthwcsiorn dis iricU It will prye very costly to j the miners nnd the ousuiuerisprob r ably also throwiiig uyinj employes tlf manufacturing c iU1r8uUtot Tcork owingto larkvof coal 4 V i TacOhin lejilfrlnture has inc gaR i i t f d tho SiHte saloon licenso from 4350 to llOOO liaited railrnkd paseenger fares to two cents per 1pizile made county itUlces salaried tio t nUrll Y abolishing the fee r peuled the inheritancetax law o ie away with prison contract i5 j t ir and established a censorship ur bil posting and phonograph a4i rrcurda 1iny lejirlatura bat 4 eoretl nhat J t tfiP ilfqofpj CORRESPONDINCE- r 0 J v 0 okla v H1 f t 4 a fDelayed s e tt ior Je Thostckareconva1ecent- e1 0Pr iBrtrn to John Atchison and wi p 1 i roni r t t terhooa d teriscarce In this hdgh- r fei r Jv iT tcIp Vieand i t 4i fctiildren oTii ar rt Hold e l at S here recetv fFP J 4 Forge Hill4 1di J1 iBnrtroai llawlings and tsi i l TSiarch 31aeonGtenn Monroe J w Mrs Everett Barber visited he 1 i Anther at Bingos Mills last week c1Ar Luther Ruwlings children have It y jeen iJ itk hooping cough but j re soe better L 4J If Boln Robert J Moore and TfleSR on the f 7 12 UKa sonRobert J I j iih j0 t F 0 Springfield f s j Mrt James LRchllery slcki q f C E Smatherc and wife visited MondayIrh f tor II jbwjBgsville are visiting Mrs Lucy fJ b r U erlI tfq r Itri Mu WA Boyd and son o t I M4iarpiburg VI ited in this neigh i1f rJumll the pllet week s q i 111 I t t 1DJ BaircTay was in Mt F I She was accorn o pnsUd hoase by Mrs Sarah Thomas 7 Grange City e l bert FrMMuiB woved to Hills r 1ere last week- = ftfi Brit Harsaon was at Salt Lick 4 Jawfekonbutiea 1 T Rat1iwas in Cincinnati c1T L l1if on bunloese J 1 ot 4tiL1Ztifl ra gtlifWflSc t edaj Iat week l 1 tr 1 XI laiIeL Colliver has ilea t f i 1 Hit poorly but u better J1 l 4 MJ ErA Uava who baa beer l ift 1 r ue4it110nlti Winchester ht a eJll tJ 1 t i2 J Lmf s 4e 1Ir IrI i J fr21 LI ri J i i rjyr i tf ij c to J t is y iiJJ ffjC II I f l rj1 r 0 t J tI Ta u 11 J1fIt Iof 9 r i 1 b tr p frf tJ Naylors Branch Genrj Morris old his tobacco to George IlcdutGooIIUIItJ frjifhii Luhrnm Bold three shouts I tIi1iur fur ten dollars Mn unduy April to C w i it nIJIl und wife a d4ughterI w Mrs James Norris vixituil her daughter Mrs Jennio halley ofy upper White Oak Sunday Miss Sarah J Coyle and niece visitIOll county JaiiieB Burlier wliullil tiongliI ens Lizzie and 1iggin 1111 t It fniuily of line Hurt on Vuthing on Branch SundaybC VT came pendu few anys with Ins pitrent1ST Iatlirain und will go from hero to Mure head as u operator Olympia Mrs Anna Jackson is sick Uncle Dan Bleviua continues poorly lr Turner Spencer is very sickrmtexpected to IiIThe MissoslkjrkerofOvvingfvillo visited friends hero Sun HrIMrs Minnie Evan of Farmers is visiting her fattier T Hurry und wife Pencil Warren lust week it led Mrs Nannie Wells in Owingsville who is sick Mrs Susie Gray removed from GeoSwarts property to VivPenixs property SiUtirrlur Myrtle Harrywho went to Oiv inpiivillu to work in the telephone ciclHtie returned howe Sunday to IhtIHill Ptfrpratn Tony Griyp Sam McGlnthin Charlie and UobW right till went to West VtrgniuTliureday to work Everybody remember Bro Dnw son of Ml Sterling will preach for ISulldltIMrs Lixzie Williams and little on Jocepli who were down South returned hume to her mother Mrs J P Cunhertf Thursday andre ports Bro W A WilIillWH very poorly Cave Run- Cristhwait IJobn bought n horse Perry fer 100 Wesley Armstrong was in Salt Lick Tuesday on business IIA T Haiii and wife of Salt Lick were here Friday und Saturday Miss Crystal D iley visited rel utives ut Yule from Saturday until Mo tid ay Your correspondent intended the nightsMrs Berry Reynolds tiled ut Yale t ylowersR v Dawson who had been preaching at Yule for about u week dosed hid meeting Sunday night 1 Yale has inew physician DK mien from Ashland uhn will move Ms family bert In the near future Miomer Nickell who is attending school ut Morcheud visited reid tlves here at Tula Saturday and rundrty Bingos Mill please dont wor weddingWhen n iieve it will you ahull have the 60Dget some w send you a lIttle rCrales Born to Buddie Jones and witi y- I3orntolIenryj Gregory und wife March 9a beiftnp tO Claude Warren nod b30n buy 4 Richard Ferguson sold his crop of tobacco to George Peed at 5c Rate killed thirteen nice youn g chickens for Mrs Etta Mahley one night last week Elzle Toy and wife will go to knowndGorJteSextol and children of Incur wngsvile ppent SundRY tnb Ui8 urilher Mrs Abbie SeJ- tto spcodrard Ferguson has returned to her home at Sherburne There has been an unlimited amount of sickness here the past few weeks with grip bad colds measles and so on but we are glad to say the sick all seem to be im proving Thomas McGlothin and family moved back from the ore mines to their residence hero Sunday Jlr McGIothia and his wife are excelI JelctlwofMeasles is raging in this vicinity fMu Bell Hattonand six children are down with it including the twin boys just a month old TheroI are other measles patients crous to mention Our little town is going through a course of improvement Vii liam Craig is building an addition to his house Also Will Tom SexItanis building an addition to I house There is new fencing going up and everything looks better gen orally Well dear old blustery Murch has bid ua adieu again Do you remember what the poets say about April and her showers Well I believe most of us all will be glad Ioftbe sunshine and it possible eave tho showers out a few dave There has been more feed and fuel consumed hero in March than any jnunth earing the winraeason- r 7 A EJ r J p i r jtl Jess iVi iiff to tin Olympia SytJtiyatW W Kon and wifo went toPSalfLicJc M niny s cllludIIII son Mr Worloy the night agent was ed aS ill Lr ington Saturday Charley Edwards wile ut Ml Stirling Saturday und Sunday w- It Nixon und Jim Holland went to Virginia to work lust week Mrs Andy Milliard und children itri f Yule are visiting relatives here S V Johnson bought Jim He and George Cnnnichads to acco at 5 and lieIDied Saturday Munch 31 1906 ianiuci Webster of pneumonia ell liytnpatlivo Slate Valley Mrs Melissa Snedegur continues poorly hunt March 20 to Claud WurrenJ and wile u ton vX dhiutohfBorn March 29tuilcnryCr gory wife II son their IirstbJAfter three wurks of cnlltinlllliIJ rain snow and tlecl the sky cleared April 1oOn account of high water I hue not heard from Slate Valley proper lor several4ity Jack Toy and wife visited MrsiToys parents T W Crouch wife near Olympia Sunday Sam Shuliz was at the bedside of his uncle Daniel Hitvine near Oljmpia who ia very poorly with dropsy Elder W A Williams went from Florida to Colorado and his wife and baby returned to her ntepfath er J T Cophftrp nt Oywpiaf Pebble Charley Rodgcrs bought n ten yearold marc for 80 William Knox bought a cow of Georgo Gilla pie for 25 John lowell of Grange City wus here lust week on business There are several cases of pink tire among the children of this part Russell Woodard and Clarence Gardner lire running blacksmith shop at this place- R J Anderson and wife visited the hitters lumber 11 rsmlcn Routt Friday and Suthrduy John Horubuck is able to be out again after being contincd to his room several duys by being caught under a falling IrceIThe following tobacco stiles were made last week A C Hendrix crop at TF Thornt Stephens ut 7c George Grays ut 5o George Whit tons at 7c Riley Rodgera at tic Jim Woodards ut 5c Walter John t suns ut Gjej Julia Garrclls at7c Salt Lick MIP W C Stocle of Ashland i s the guest of her sister Mrs Press Juckabn Mi Stella Parker of Lexing ton iited fricnd hero Vedn day ui last week Fred Rigger Davo McCarty and Claude Karrick came in Saturday t from a trip up Sandy Several from here attended the sale of household oods of Mrs Lou- Ragland at Farmers Thursday Bro RoundtreeV will move lii s fjluijly hero from West Bend Powell county this week They will oc cupy the M E pufeonoge Mrs Henry Finod and Miss Maude Otis have bought out the millinery business of RatlitF and will continue the business The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian Church will entertain with a Poverty Social at the resi dence of Mrs A English Thurs duy night Over 60 invitations have been issued Dove Logrew entertained d ner lit Hotel lUtlitE on last Wednesday the following guests Miss Stella Parker of Lexington i Mr and Mrs Rupert Warren Miss Ethel Hull and Elbcrt Myers 0 fI Salt Lick S Upper Prickly Ash Mrs Martha Mauley is some bet ter of her illness Mrs Buchannan IS improving slowly of her illness Elder Ross of OwiogsviHe tool dinner with Riley Chandler Sun day The Hamilton brothers soldt mare to John J Coylo lust week for 50 W W Case and family of Ow ingsvillo visited Alinanza Stunt and wife Sunday A D Burns and family of Flat Creek were guests of Mrs Martha Manley and family Sunday Perry Goodpaster and wife of Owingavillo spent Sunday after noon with James Boyd and wife Reubon Sbrout of Independence Mo was called to the bedside of his mother Mrs Nancy Shrout last week Mrf Fannie Coyle and little ijofweek with Walter Coburn and x Willie Hamilton Death entered our vlcinityTburso day and robbed us best women Mrs Bettie Welle She had lingered for a long while with consumption pneumonia set up and she only lasted a few dayeShel wasa loving wife true loyal Christian a good friend and neighbor and in the loss of such we sincerely mourn uod sympathize VJith the bereaved M c tn O c i 1 j l1 T t4 1i2 t 1 Jf= O iih i Mrs JJuncy Shrout died v y morning after u shorj TiTl purulycis This was tikber ret ivea nnd friends n sad urffoci eeted death unit brought tttny tears and heartaches to those vlm loved her SIte was a det ttd mother and a kind and chant iineighbor SIte will be greatly iii in our community Thu fmtiily have the eymputliy of the iutir community in their sad bitfavu ent Bothol Mrs John Arrasmith tiaiigh Maggie were here r 11 y cp b Kvanw leIFAuesdny for Miirtinsvilic Jlid for his health Bros Kellyanti Hell inil Owens Halliir of Slmrpsburg rere in Bethel Monday- Dr Stone und wife their t the baby Saturday night i wuo nly four days old Died at his homo on Little Fhtti Greek Monday night Murch 26 of consumption Churley Gilvin aged about 30 years S W Evans lave Flora J B Gillaspio Sun und Tom Lloyd elivered their tobacco toFrench ut arlisle lust woek V W it Peters Sr W R PcterA r Mrs J R Paters TL1eterf nd wire Albert Wilson und wife I und E DUeid attended the funeral ofville Saturday Hillsboro- Dectcctive James W Campbell s home on u visit M T Boyd was in Maysville Friday und Saturday Miss Lou Harmon returned Saturday from her trip to Cincinnati John Rico left Monday for Los Angeles California to spend tbc ummerA Zimmerman left Monday or business trIp through Mason and Lewis counties Henry Jones moved lust week to hu farm Robert Freeman to the house vacated by Jones Died Saturday M rs Sallic Yuzel aged JO yours Interment Sunday in the family graveyard Robert Davis solda horfe to Newton Johnson for 125 two bend to Freeman MycrB fur 290 Mrs Mattio iuntv and little daughter Fr nkie left Fridny for Cannel City to uiaka their hoiue there W T Grain M T Boyd Si R McRoberto Clew Williams und John Sundaywere in Moreu ad Monday i Odessa L No Riddle and W T Jones have been on the sick list btiCur bet ter now J M A Garner delivered liis to bacco lust Friday to John L4 Vice Co at G4c They reorganized their S nduy schoolat lower White OakefchouM house ld8iSuifaiiy jsf I George Steele and Georges DaN nell of Flat Creek were RereWed tiesday fox hunting R E Reeves utpltY1I Mil vis- jtcd itis daughtersMisses Enc ant 1sny Wednesday iirg Jit 0 Mrs Perry Goodpuster7 4Ow ingsvllle was Uie guest of M G W Boyd several days lust r ii W T Swetnam ought sow lind pigs of Jerry Wilson lttr week or 15 and traded tamo to AtTi Jones for u heifer ftiiaa Minnie Vice of East Fork Creek was the guest fher cousin Miss Annie Lee Anijrreop attlrday night and Sunday G W Risner ordered his f eight 6ick to Tippecanoe City nivrun huded it Ho and family left Mo- ndiniglit for that place to make Iffrho oth Mrs4wbmosowere sorely grieved to hear oI their deaths Friday G W Risner claims that Qfrlo is one among the best States in the iU S in which to earn a living own property and operate business Tip roecnnoe City has a population 01 over 2000 has one wheel sliopone National bank tiro furniture shops two whip factories one powerhouse two leaf tobacco warehouses one paper mill two railroads a 30000 school buildinghve physicianstwo dentists three lawyers five church es three drygoods stores seven saloons one distillery one hotel two roller mills In short Tippe canoe City is an up todate town and the Miami valley a rstcll1ssI farming countryStoops Mrs Tom Warner has been sicki Mrs R H Jewell remains in a critical conditIonhRye is looking exceedingly fine in this neighborhoodt Bert Saundors visited relatives in Flowing county last week The report is current in this neighborhood that it has actually quit raining Sam Deal and wife visited the family of iVatMcCiureatliinkstont Bridge one J H Gillaspio bought in Madis n county last week a splendidtoarold sack paying Most of our oattle feeders have un out of corn and had to turn ut on grass much earlier thip expected Jupatriukbs to go at 3ctThe children of James Wilson who run away last week have been a located They aie with relatives 14ldite1 1f T fi l f tlItt l T iFijtTIlE F1NYOLjN C LLION Cot AMERICAN CHIEF nt Ono of tho best liors s in stite will make the season of 1000 at my place JUverside nt the moutli of Big Flat Creek Bath county Ky nt Ton Dollars to Insure a Living ColtnAMERICAN CHIEF was sired by Old Show Klnir ho by Harrison g Chief ho by ChI k Chief anti he b itumliriiio Chile Harrison Chiefs listy Parsons Abdullah ho by AloxandurH Abdalbih the sire of Goldsmith to takl Kings dan is also thin dnin of Red Cloud Kings 2d dam was by Vells Yellow Jacket KIng d ld damn was a due Virginia mayo American Chiefs Is dam by Simmons Boy 17517 sired by Simmons 2744 record 228 1st dam Blinklo by Harps Mamlirino he by JLunbrino Chief II j 2d dam Longback by Woodford sire of the dam of Wedgowood 19 Woodfords MambrinoS 3d dam by IJoHzes Buzeard son of iumportedAmerican Chiefs 2d darn by Bruce McGregor be by flobtMcGregord the sire of 1reccous 3d dam by Kentucky Chief he by the sire of Richelieu and Red Cloud Old King was the sire of Glorious Red Cloud the highestprice geld fug III the world He ia the sire of the dam of Montgomery Chlefwinner f championship at Louisville Nashville Indianapolis Kansas City Chicago and St Louis He is thus the sire of the dam of Montgomeryh Chief and full brother of Bourbpn King who won tho Louisville and State Fair at Lexington lust fall American Chief is a beautiful dark buy with black mane and tailstar iu forehead snipmarked like Kentucky Chief is 15 hands 2J6 in highbweighs 1025 lbs and is four yours old TERMS Ten Dollars to Insure a livinc colt Money duehwhen colt comes maro parted with or bred to another Lien retained on colt until service fee Is palo Every precnutLion taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN GOLD PREMIUHS will be given for the two best colts Ono mare and otto horse The money will be equally divided and theI owners of the colts to select the jiulgeit The COltS must bo shown the first Saturday in October 9O7 at my placeRivorside Bath county Ky opposite Sherburne Address Riverside R F D NO2 Box 72 Sharpsburg Ky JAMES W HOUSE Owing to bad henlnIJA Watsun 1the blacksmith here has decided to quit business and will have u public smile Saturday The reason till many people nre always turning over new leaves ia because its so much easier to turn them backng1n Mrs Nannie Byrd was taken to the Good Samaritan Hospital at Lexington Saturday She is stiM in a serious condition Some of ourfurmer have b en talking about throwing up lli P sponge We think it would rx too full of water to throw very high Gorrictinr a mistake we made IIbt weft J HG illaspie received 150 fur the colt he sold Ray in Lead of 100 Wo were misinform ifi An old aduae rtaaa A thing of beauty is n JIy forever lint u person does tint derive real joy nnd happiness rnu ilia beautiful itc from the noble the true and the grand Coy Jeff Davi of Arkansnw who the press of the country hisJ literitll kicked und pinched rpt Joblivion his come mirth again WI b41rluibseat Little dues Jtr ours whuc t film prc3 says ibout him i hed gyJ he Arkanns bill billies svj ihm thats all he wants 7iIStapstono v JT Foster and family have gone to housekeeping Spencer W GMoore who had been at Farmers on business for several days returned home Saturday Miss Mamie Kincnid spent Sun day with her uncle L B Wilson und family on the old homestead Miss Nancy Thompson has been laid up with the grip and it has about got W G down worrying over her sickness Miss Mattie Pltyn who had been in ItSterling for throat treatment for two weeks is home now cared we are glad to say Well iant this fine weather for April If the month stays this nice it will kind of repay us for wh tv March gave us IWrltor Wilson spent Sunday father at Spencerind his wile spent the same time with her brotherin law Charles Ray Gild family here The sick ort about as they were last week with the exception noted Mrs R IL Goodpaster und Airs Karrick it changed at nllit s for the better R C Ratliff got a check for 75 is part of the land that was his ancestors for many years past ia at Independence Mo and it was sod and divided amongst 30 heirs Monday of this week We now have a new firm atSond beitners they are Messrs Good paster and Helwig We wish them raucl success for we want things ght and the closer they are sold ho better for us poor mortals W B Henry gave his daughter birthday dinner U being her six- eenth SundRY Several of her friends were present and made her several presents all wishing her many returns of same and allen joying themselves very much Well well what do you thinkr ur Bill has got married Allows to extend you and yours our est wishes for a smooth journey through life married in Mt Stet line lastWednesdayWmCarmich el to Miss Lizzie the handsome daughter of H DBIevlnsnnd wife pP ol tlis place 1c I JifJ i i l j WJ Litton has KOd his house nod lot here to Capt W T Pelfrry for 400 cash anj will give poss L ioti in u few weeks Mr Lawson will move to the Hnrprn schncil hou e neighborhood in the neur fu lire where he will build him a storehouse at once Hid stole hOI o here is still unsold Mrs J S Treadwny who had been very sick with heart trouble for some months died Sunday af ternoon at 4 oclock und was burled Monday afternoon nt the home burning grounds She was about Wyears old We extend sympathy to the bereaved family fur whatV home without wife or mother Rosemonf Stock Farm rsoe U l Having decided thus best is nuns too good fur our country 1 huvu uur chased the highest clnii hoist that was liver iu Llemitig county to lietuiiuy tntd ARION HART By the wonderful ARION Uuldar of the wurldri record ut two yrard old 210 4k aiii fouryearold lecurd 2073i A i o r eorioi 11111I lug for more monxjy than any otii r horse ever fop this eotuutrI125000 Ho Is nlstIra of list includlsiic Klco208ia Famiehi 213dam ofSudIoMch06j4 Lord Koberts212J 6 LUlUu11h etc Hib alreELECIIOXEERslre of ICO in thea list including Anon 207Ji Sunol 208 Palo Alto 20874 AHIONS cium by Xutwood 218 sire of 173 III the list Ioilodlnir MIII iiger a00 und of dams uf26ii A1UON HARTS first data by thIgreat Red Wilkes that sold for 50 RllipbWllkt1I200Louise 210 etc sire of the dams of 177 Including Coleridge 2053iCo sonda 205 Sally Toler 206M Ur 2OS3iKingunondetc byMnmbrlnuIn hula lay He sired the nobleMam brlno King the sire of moro trotters In 210 list than any horse living or dead including Lady of the Manor 2 04K Lord Derby 205 H irut Law 205 niud five others In bis list and seventyfour in 21n or betIten AnION HART is a beautiful red bay 153d hands high four years eld this spring with plenty ol bone I1mSc extreme tidbit He will make the siason of 1MB ut my place at the very low price of FIFTEEN DOLLARSdTo Insure a living Money wheu the colt Ipartedand alien retained on tFio olt tt r season money CIlFtJ token to pre vent accidents hut iva responsibility assumed should any occurRJAS B DAYtRosemont Stock Farm o HILlS BORO KYH TREESPLANTS VINES be toForGrass Nureerits offer n full stock of fruit and ornamental trees ever greens shrubs strawberries grapevines small fruit rhubarb aspar the agus etc Ve erapl f no agentA Strawberry and ge e7ul catalogues to piiLexington Ky The Outlook and daB yearforlia J 0 p 1 7 S 2T Ir z h if Sale Os Ii lioyce tc liiintitT In Equity lIlie Sweot ke Defendant usByof sale rendered in tho Bath at its February term in the abovestyled cite the Muster Uotniuusioner noUMONDAY APRIL 9ih 1906Jabout oclock p in proceed lo rer fun snlu to tho highest bidder public auction at the Court house dour in Owingsville Hutii county Kyu tract of land lying in Hath county Ky und bounded us fill lows Beginning at n set stake nt in James Ledfords line and cor cr with lot No 2 thence S31deg 85 poled to a stake at B corner with lot No 2 and in George Uairds ne thence S 87A deg E 52Q poles n poft at C corner with Baird thence S 63 J deg E 23 poles to a tor o in Ituirds line at D and cor ner with J limes Ledford thence N 23 deg 55 min E 8144 poles to a post nt F corner with Lcdford and Vice thence N 7GJ deg W 8G22 les in a stone Mt F corner with and Ledford thence S 48 og W 25 poles to the beginningi containing 34 acres 1 poles level measure TermsSale will be made on a credit of six months for onehalf nd twelve months foi the other half of the purchase price Thu purchaser to execute bonds with approved security fur the purchase rice payable to the undersigned six per cent interest from ate of sule until paid salt bond to have the force nod effect if a judgment A lien will be reo twined nn mild land to secure the payment of the purchase money The purchaser shall have immediate pl6ell lon of said land upon com plyingwith the conditions of sale II S GOODPASTER Master Comr B C C C W Goodpaster Ally Commissioners Sale O P Shrout Plaintiff VB Notice of Stile Mary Floode Defendants By virtue of a judgment and or der of stile rendered in the Bath Circuit Court at its February tern 1906 in the nbove styled case tin undersigned Master Commissioner will on MONDAY APRIL 9 I90G at about 1 oclock p m proceed to offer for sale at public auction at the Courthouse door in Offings ville Bath county Ky a tract of Innd lying in Bath county Ky and bounded nil follows Beginning ut a white oak tree corner to A W iO P Shrout thence a west course with the Moore line to J M Cass- iIR corner ili ncc CaRt course with Cnssliys line to part oak anti piiin corner toShrout and Cassitvthene wen hOunded by J M CarsltyV adis SU autiSCttS hJJ CM cSrv thence south course bounded II the luau of J 51 Causity to a Rtakt corner to the Sbrout heirs nd Wnf sity thence eat toitrpe bound ed the Shrout hrs mail Iraiht line to a seXstone iii AV ShrAjus line thence with A W 5htrouit line a north cfurce to the iie inninir containing 2I3sicre of hind more or less or enough of said lard as sbnll lw nerewary to Jrnallr thur sum IIf w c beinj tlie atnlult of pUmtitls ilP 1cbt ter stand cnt Terms Sale will be indn ona 1litIe pur chaser wlM be required1 to execute bond with approved security fur the purcbwPe price pay bllf to the undersigned bearhgsix per cent interest front dateuS8ale until paid said boadtu have The force and effect of a idgEent A 1kl1 uill be retained on said bind to secure tbe pwytaent of the purohnse money ti S GOODPASTKB Master Coar Ik CC J J NeetJiu Atiy Commissioners Sale Y D Builey Plaintiff vs Nntiee of stile in Equity Robert Lilt Bailey Defendant By virtus ola judgment and order of sale rendered in the Hath Circuit Court at its February term in the abovestyled casethe under signed Master Cocimissionsy will- S MONDAY APRIL 9 h 1906 nbuut 1 oclock p o proceed to of fer for sale to tbe highest bkidei at ublic auction at the Courthouse otty in Owingsville Bath county Ky r tract of lund situated in ztli county Ky on McGalley bratuth the tributary of East Furl of Flat Crueklud bounded as fol low i By the land of Mm Frzune- iago5 on the north on lbs west bythe land of Catharine Boyd on he south by the East Fork k Wy wing turnpike and now in the no- imptuney of Thomas J Bailey Dad arry Bornback containing osu lUre of load moro or lea and de scribed by deed of W D Bailey to Robert LBatlay recorded ia deed Book 53 Pugu12tnnd 15 Bath County Records Said land will sold to satisfy the debt interest and cost of plaintiff nhlek amount 100 5- 0TerwsSahe will be made on a credit of six months The pur chaser will be required to execute bond with approved securitysir ptirclmse price payable to the undersigned bearing six per cent interest from date of sale until a iid said bond to have tbe force ndeffect ofa judgment A lien will he retained on said land to secure the pnyment of the purchase money S GOODPASTER lHMaster Coair B C C Sot Attys y- Zitf 4r t i e a 3 r t J c r f I ff t 4k4 BOX SIJEBE A box supper will be given ntlfed rieks schoolbouse Saturiay night May 5 the proceeds nt wHIttli nreji bo ttssl to build a nice wire fence rouitd und beautify this graveyard t that place We cordially Invita the yo lug ladies far und tear to at tend with boxes prefjji led for the oc dialon The young men are likewise Invited WJ wish this box supper to mark a tribute of respect to the loved tiCA thai llnve gone before Tin Stilt brass band Is cordially invited iILN ATCHISOX Oencnil rlnller OrIVER P Siiuotrr Treo tir riJIIJlNIOTIS Secretary IionrSoKKELLnnd H W SliUOUT Connnlttee FINE STALLION JI Peter Stephens Stallion 1 LeGrandv IWill make the aeuson of 19Cfi at my barn at tho home farm of the liltIL Jacob Warner lJ miles southwest Iof Owingsvllie at o 10 to Insure a Live CoiC lie marl the season of ISOo at the Forge Mil- lLGRANDia a rich redbay horse I 16 hands high weIghs 1150 Ibsnncl Is five years old He Is by Grand nod a Magic II Also at the same time and ohlLeigood jack will make the to insure a Hvlii colt L7iT f Jon PttisTixa Remember that TOE OUTLOOK is prepared to print letterhead note heads billhead T statement envelopeeardte labels receipt invitations nnd lull eart of business stationery on tim best stock in tasteful style at the niftt reasonable prices Compare oifr work with thou turned out byCany Job oillce and you will find it taa your tjvantage to haye us do your work We also print posters dodger pamphlets anti everything usually turned out by a country Job oWe JWe have on hand for sale lit any 1 juantity blank deeds mortgages t il leases nnd other blanks TheLexngtoft j t7- Herai 4Thetrf tlie Blue Grass FOR T1TI fl112i1t YEAR Comic Suppiement an 1 DooleysLetters fo i9o6 iiFull Associated Press Re ports v Dally Grain Produce and LAr Stack umiark4 rointa ruin oil of ii leading ofties Tin most coiriplet 4 ueigliiiorUootl news The only that all of the happen 3 ingsurCentnilKenineliy Address Lxi gtoi llei aTdOo Lexington Ky I HthyIattersorIJ PapeP TIlE WEEKLY Courier Journal AND The Outlook BOTH ONE YEAR FOR only 16O Few people in the United States have not heard of tbd Courier JottrniiLDonjocfatJs ic all things lair in nil things clean in nil things it is essentially family paper Jly a special arrangi ntIVfft are enah ed to offer theWeuk ly CourierJournal one year and THE OUTLOOK forSlCO Send yunr subscription for the combl 1 natioidr to itsnot to the Courier Journal AUCTIONEER Bf yon want the services of an auc tioneer call on me Terms reaaon bleIs GEORGE H QUDQEtL Odessa Ky I he Outlook andWeekly Commercial Gazette one earforI