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snipe shooters last week t found the birds fairly plentiful bull at very wild and no big bags wrcH edwadet Now when you gets ready for ton your carpet or mnttingsieeBrother 1 A Brother They have just receive a new lot I ii John L Vice of near Wyoming solda 4 year old brown horse last to Ward Lute1 of Lexington bro 287 60 ye 11k a nbby1uptodate suit of hats and slbes see Urotherrr They guarantee to iou on- X to Elder B II Rosa nthia residence inautrrjngeMlrDlckfnof Flewing county par Foif SuEUneahuethorn buli J 14 moii i hs old r- rn1i ScnucoH wit aL T5lt ir nFfIIfr r It ll 1 c d Jctr tfr fiWtthe- C r Utf Wtdr diiy At14 for the benefit a lIrchI valuable dUvatie lie MtR1E firw nfl lrHreck He hui cd bertr Rev G L Bohim at the County 1 PlerkB Office Wednesday of Ibeweek united in Bihrriage Mr Tru fin- 1fanBHtllr and Miss Lillian Arra- raith bothof the northern part a i the county No SHOOTHO INfoWNit is a ulltingint Su 1 and wiudowIights had better tak 13ol 1 BWyWhen you come to town to buy your spring goods comein and se ehuwhat prices we can make you aafoyour dress goods clothing shoe ete We will be to show ot onSFOR SALrL fcV P Gasoline WSJ all i and first MSf gals also aJotor show cases iIsho Ii Sgeodas aew Address TBOB KENT evSoRRKipoHDKNrs WANTED THE a toTLOOKwpuld like to have a cor C rt ppndent at Sharpsburg She r barae and one that will get up real news and send it in Y rsgtdarly Aeppy othe paper fr astatIonarywiI be supplied to EspeciallySW do- w will eeiul soBtthing interesting at p04 Bera visits between ue3g isp I bbrLHJ IOD jIwSomo stir was re cef tljacleln the newspapers about the lady teembers of a cer taiRe1iurchtnMelCercounty eon 6 trHtJaaaII the sggfl laid by their 7f kepi bniBunday to the church e K ifJp BBiHionary fund A WyV WSt Iii icreeplRg into the Christian Churek WyqetngA when the door waji adverteRtly left open last week asd ikying six eggs in the collection etThllsno Jokr but isyotiebed ttir by a veracious 3I1 SPHIRS CiOTHis 2When you are rerto buy y6ar spring suit het suspen4ierb r that I have one flhenlcest tfeief lIsuch dsto be ifnHMi JB OWfl thayeDo oldI M4ek iairiiew and up to date t iitjpith8andboyji n any INUty 1wiIIak prices ese 1I I asy eRe elp can been use 1 bTeJ MvBxpeBte to make Give jtHit rlforon oW ia akr rew1s LsjJormRde Cu lJly gaaraiiteed Try tae veTpjB jaoney k J I ilB qlJTr w i 4 JS PERSONAL JK KiHinons of isrtstorllngwa- ro Monday MoDiicle the showman was in town TuesUaiythwa l PiitpRbickred Llvermoroof Detroit Mich was a guest of Miss Julia Elliott last ekciMiss Carroll Leer of Paris come the past week to visit Miss Mattlo ing M lyrscame to llo Allen C urtIand Leer of lntfs1 after n visit to Col H H EwIng left for homo Thursday Miss Emma K Fronk of Brooks e trnstha fljuest ol Miss iicketttQaife 1astwookcoMiss Era Havens of Orange City thhardsISC Annie Sheehan epeiit from Thin tinde Reekvisit of about two weeks T gafiosspo his ucadaywitlidaugiitor Clay Byron of Catlettsburg was a days the past week visiting hfilJ paronts J N Myron and wifeIJ J Lacy returned lust wcok from visit to Lila sister Mrs Bessie Do OraiTunreid at Muskogee I PariJohn E Freeland and wife of Mt Storllnp are visiting the latters parents Elder B U Koss and wife Miss Catherine Rice of Science Hill Academy Shelby vllle has been homo on a visit the past week enry Scott and wife have return dungbtor3rs Mrs Nancy Crouch remains critP et cally from n blood clot on the bruin ers prherputherCalvinsbnd him home to Isis mother in mowbore Sunday Elder W A Williams who went be m Sweetwuter 111 toFlorida und later to Colorado returned lust week ti brief visit Intending to go back Colorado to Mrs llebeccH Coyle who wris born 14 1815 id critically Illat her mt mthe wntera of NaiyiurWI3ru nch She Is 11ay1ioWalter Harder of Ifxlnllrinspelltl ta SaturdiVy tiII rul day aftnnioon h rd licrt 11 II loJlllll iilltaratnt ut IThjGa htt w UI gltg l c uIotf 1weuttonr3 1L Ewlhir who Isi1L bad hen 11- 1Jolni Oillon und wife who went to Eudtis Florida lust fall have runt T the old Andrew rrumbarrsitloiico IlmHUlrl1Urnhertt be Itll htpd to wckoine thorn here IE streetfair talk goiria ifiiteClay Ditnnar sold all of his 40 000 lbs of tobacco on lower Slate Ureek one barn at 12c to e 1riedegtrMrs Annie Powers has taken her d position as saleilady with other Brother where site wli Ica glad to wait on you U S Eotill und son Henry were thrmerkilled niLe anda cmFridayBOUGHT Our OTHER IlaiitsDe Itt ThomuB Sand Leslie Shrout have bought of the other Jjelrs of rs Nancy Shrout deceased the me rearm on Harpers Branch togethefwUh 60 cattle 1c WanEerything ese FATAL CASES OP IEAPLES Thos rockots Imby son Feland died of measles on the A W Young farm on Flat Cretk Monday Eph Hattons baby son Taulbee one of the twins aged two months Idled of measles Mt ndllyd Craigs ISllCCIAL JUDGE Gov Beckham ne Judge C W oodIester as special Judge to presic n the cased ET Woodford v 8KB Birivener in the Clark r erallegedthatIand assaulted him and Woodford has sued him for damages SOBRELI McCLAiNMrWilIiara Sorrell and Miss Elizabeth McClain heOert RatlifT east of town at 10 o Saturditynightbyder daughteroC Samuel McClain andI Is in her sixteenth year The bride g room is an industrious man aged 3 years and lives op Col H H Ewings farm No RACE SUICIDE THERE Tho residents of the BigstnlF neighborhood on Flat Creek are demonbtra ting bat there shall be no race suiojde so far aB they are concern ed However on husband whose spouse was credited with l1oba bies born inside of one year Jndig nantly denied it and proceeded to prove that her triplets and twins werer born something more than a year apart Another comparative couple has twelve chil dr Jl another had ten and lost threeand another had five Ins of eight years 6 j FOR RurrrMy residence prop erty on Main street Excellent garden good water considerable fruit Miss JKNNIK ELLIOTT ThoR J Jones will open out in e livery business at tho Olym Springs June having se red the contract with tho com ay- ELEcTRIc LINEHon Will A Young who was in the Eastern ties recently reports that the electric railway line from SnltLick via Owingsville and to Mt Sterling will be surveyed short ONLY ONE GALLON The lid on now sure enough boys You cant get it in this county and you cantsend away and get it You can gout of the county and1 ring in one gallon and no moreA strict nstruction of tho law may re quire that an officer meet you atI e county line estimate what you vo in your tank and then deduct that from your jug allowance CurI m morning after so as to set that you dont exceed your lawful limit careful boys bo careful not to exceed the lawful allowance cf one llon only AFTER Yonit STUFF The State Board ofEqualization the first dash t of the box popped on Bath county taxpayers n raise of twenty five per cent on farm lands and personalty subject to equalization d fifteen per cent on town lots Judge James W Lane Judge CW Goodpnster nnd James J Nesbitt TO going to appoar before the Uiard April 17 to try and induce it ta modify its cxaotionn It is nothing short of an outrage that the taxpayer who gives in t property at a just valuation shouid be made to pay more by a blank increase on ull in the county And take the care of transferred ihljtheblic auction still he has to puy the increase thus puyingi on re than pits properlywill tiring Nothing but bud government can pleaded in extenuation und that isno plea at nil MAQUIRE GAIT KILI A wedding which the friends of the con H tritet4ng partire had tanked forward uch Interest wn solemnized i Sdiy nfternoort at 230 54utthe re idiice of the h t j parent Mr tid MrsJ Kd i Jilcn Lexington uvenur mn1r1tirftke4wrc f itihI toweti kuwn llnal pu- putuiig people rJilhn L tleberlegefifflclaled and the ceremony was eiileuin and hmpresiveiiMiss June bride was uiuid of honor and Mr anraveIsteadman MlfseV Mit Hunter and hi ft bovelynThe bride was attired in white silk v immed in duchcese lace she wore white hoi and instead urtheuuhiof flowers Siowerwere gowned in white Paris muslin- Selaborately gnrniturrd in valcncl ntice lace and canitd bouquets of nk carnations and fern tied with C tu lle The maid of honor wore white Paris muslin trimmed with lace and her was white yernations teAfterco stuplean extensive bridal tour After tiranklin t The bride is a sister oClIr8JelSe Hampton of near Preston and visited her frequently while site lived beretShe was very popular in so cIetyAMBS ELLKN VICES DEATH Mrs llen Vice the widow of John A Vic of near Sherburne was trick en with paralysis March 27and died April 3 at 7 p m Funerajk services were conducted atJhouse of Moses T Hendrix being her home by Rev user the interment followed at Longview Cemetery Mrs Ellen Vice was daughter i WfJetTersonborn May 11 1822 in Bath Bounty y and was reared and lived in ihn immediate vicinity where oh aadied 5She united herself with tb an Methodist church at the ago of 18 She was married to John A Vice in 1840 There were no children born of this union There is none of her fathers family that survives er Aunt Ellen as she was calledIfiwas a lady of the most admirableI type of womanhood was aSdevoted wife a true friend and anIexcellent neighbor As mistress of a hospitable homo she endeared herself to herguests anti made en during friends of those with 1301 she came in contact Her house and contents were destroyed by lire some months previous to her death However she bad the good fortune to secure a home with her neighbor MT Hendru where every tender care was administered to herby the family with facilities far su perior titan would have been pbsni bits had sire been in her own home In her last words she expressed im plicit faith in Christ and was pe r fectly resigned to dippneo of tho inevitable debt which we mut or sooner or later pay Aunt K 1 was a noble woman and tbeinure- e community mourns her decl lIe A FRIB D i f p J f XXXXXXXxXX XXXXXNXXXXXXW Ei New Goods i Our Hr Coons has returned from the city with a line of new and uptodate goods We have the very latest materials that can be found in the market We Invite you to see our linesSDress Goods alfmatefials Silk of all kinds Waistings embdy and plain Carpets Matting and Rugs Bleached Underwear Fancy Neckwear Belts und Stockings I BARCAINS I I O ors TO CLOSE OUT COHE AND SEE THEM HATS That sold at 82 8225 and 250 we will close them at 1 Main xcxxxx3xx JNEW ELECTIONHEL0i c cetballot tif tlICFisciri Uout u which ornca L Lano was roitde cWunty Treasurer und Cnlemiin JackHon ji mmIsiitier Itf the Ptioronues dny of lust week was fmlnd 1i be illegal undtheCourt njelaguine e3 day of this week and eleclid Jiitjce ji taklindof tn A uIIIl Colt iaii it j c k ao ti KTo tu mist Timer t VErEnAi DOul TI S T hr1L5onum TiemberIfeaBIIItttJnonfederate IJI1ndtiled SHturdtv Ifrnonners company belonged td irishirco fillughterTheir LedneyM Holfuian Misses Annie and usette nitof Mt Sterling and M Hutton wialmer and leaves a large estate to STAIXIOJC SooNot in many rest shown in breeding fine horse 9 ock us tlis spring At the an stallion show here on th Tiereful and finelypedigreed horses pinStephens old reliable LeGrand was exhibited by the owner and Dudley Robert Lee Goodpnster King Herod hj Jacktitt Estlllf Star Chief by E Don 1GiThomas ColUvor Andy Smiths King Wilson by T W Daugherty Jlurence White of Montgomery es county B H Rice T S Robert on Chas Hill Philip Fleming ohn T Gudgell and Joseph Lindsay each had a horse in the show inCtttnxClayton and Mrs AnniePower were u thednesdayb tuellwas to take place was kept a secret w a thightcouple immediately after thEceremony for Cincinnati t InThebei lorstihe widow of Iiodsorril Power a theand is admired and esteemed by her entire for hehamiable disposition and worthyII In the tobacco and merchandise business for several years on Dec 30 1904 to manage tire tobacco warehouse of Robertson tk StoncJills father was P H Clay his brotherinlaw is J AMcCane tounty Clerk of Bracken MrI layton by his gentlemanly dCI cando many friends here TDK OUTLOOK extends its best wishes to I r Clayton and his bride E till Honaker Co sell every thing in the buggy Itnettt thevc y lowest pnicet Jt 2 s Clothing Shoes Hats Shifls TiesS For People u We will sell fortyONE Mens Suits at HAL lit mens ladies shoesLess SIC LOT out each Owingsville Kentucky tuars WarnerLeGrandJrby LiMriiBr9oksvihlo treanor COURTAT Tho weather threat eneil ruin Monday morning butt nevertheUHi II giiodpixeii crowd CHOI tn town The uierehans gen erally report a ynml rude Atuniij the sales of live sloe- 1wr VlW McGlintpckwlio is n reI llieiLiu U iijS I11 of Wdjlir ShnVp nmul fur l35p of Daweiin undJiJfQrllOO ofC Stiltf it horse furI4Or of T S rotit one tur 150If John A nnier a pair of mules lor 38 Jetse Uituipfon a horse for7Si Butler Toy u turtle for ilOcli wes Xnrbln a mule Inn 150 of IL Stone Inirno for 125 Thou A Myirs bought a horse John S Anderson fsrr145 Dudley Warner Fold to R B oihier a Bourbon Chief 2yearold y P ter Stephens sold a 5 year old Grand horse to Jep Harper of Sterling Julio L Vice bought 40 ewes of Woodii Power at 6 per head with th 30 lambs thrown in- v W Powpr sold a work horse Dawson Tapp for 125 John A Tincber bought a pair nics or280L and sold one for 160 T S Shrout sold a horse to Clay Wbitton for 130 one to Henry ncher for 50 Clell Coyle sold a sow and ten gs to Judge J W LHQP for 530 DIDNT INTENTIONALLY RESIST Or FICEU George Williams falherof John Wllliatne who was held over Circuit Court under 500 bond the charge of shooting in a cking River Railway car wishes understood that tho report that he intentionally resisted Constable Milton Evans anti aided his son to pcapewhen his son earns to his house ieI did not know that he had done anything unlawful nor that he was under arrest He says he was ly g down and was asleep when the son came into the house The son passed through a roomiD which ere was a gun and in grabbing pefieoke the futherwno arpaegrabbcd gun in the room and started put e door to stop the boy and takeS e gun from him At this vans appeared and tho father leveled the gun at him not know gthat he was an officer tire- ischarge of his duty and SUppOII g that Evans was merely associ with his son on a spree Fur thermore that if lie had known that Stouldis escapeeurday afternoon before Judgo J Lane George Williams was held over to Circuit Court under 100 bond which he gave John Williams trial on Ihe con cealodwcnpon charge was post oned until the first Saturday in uno LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET Saturday BveningApril 7 Anew eason record was made in the lear tobacco market during the past week when a crop of 39 hogsheads was sold by HenryB Clay of Clark county at an average cf 1528 per hundred pounds one hogshead bringing 25 The sale at25equals the record of 1901 arid surpasses that of last year when the highest r i i1i J16f 1 t PRICE priceThefirst cost I OF SOc and 75c SSLESSERStreet SIarb4rrit acquaintanceship iiljj Dressy I rice was 22 60 The total salt i the houses of the Lniil vlle To ceo Warehouse Company were i72T hogehendfl HI nn verngt I crnpreithear Ilgll Duningth- ieThrpncrEk Ilrtsl Hu e tilll JMt1 tll Ir iHt ifMI 1 iii l bl1lld 60 Ir llJ l r 1 Iiftl tFqdaIityOWe of thu ane rtf1IrOecnlctli for rev ra ti IUClliIJrtuoti fcr x 1Iti JIitlfiit tieri ihuri IIIIrIof the bright and ftnrshowing uconiiiUrriiliio oil Ii v ulueSTheta line been a ocurcitj of yt fine tobacco this yearand when Ill samples of fUDcitciblicc08 which were offered were put before tim buyers bidding was brisk And nc tire ned the bunrln order to se cure them bid prices up so that they were better than for sometime The market was not only strong anti active for the fancy grades but mOlt all grades sold u little higher andat satisfactory prices The wet weather which has pre vailed of lute has cauied the tobac co to soften considerably and the heupplochIngspoil it Imve ship = sd tLeir crop to the open markets and on 4hi account the offerings have been large Fur the same reason many hogsheads of the finest quality have been shipped with the others the farmers who probably figured on holding them for bctterfi ure deciding that it was best to sell ut the- revailing prices and as a conse quence the past week the market has been flooded with tobaccos of excellent quality As a whole the market has been more satisfactory to the farmer than at any time this season Nat only the Burley mar kct has shown strength but the dark market also was much im roved and both tire fired and un red types were stronger The offerings were not large but condi t ion was good and this has been satisfactory to the buyer and he a pricesThemost strength in thrBurlvy market ellpeclaUyroll wrappers soul at the highest prices so far realized during the season The request for common und colory smokers was excellent and prices were firm with an up tendency Common and mix d trash was firm and the manu facturing leufand all rein ndhing higherShortchanged in price but the demand strongerOnly of old dark or Green rivers were offered and the hogdieuds of old were also shighrCourlerJournal- For a Join B Stetson hat buy from Brother Brother guaranteeIguar- antee good Estill Honaker do everything in blacksmith work at the lowest pricea Hrt ak qnrti at figures that will tempt you 4 is7j 1 i r EUGENE MINIBEH jtJI Makes the best HARNESFJfHAKO MADE and are be1e titan can buy anywliere at any price Iam selling Collars HamesundChains at lust years prices YouSthey costtirore but I beforo the big advance and am in SScustomerstbebcnefltofthelowprlces When 30U buyaVULCAN PLv 7i Jyou irt plow made Have plain or cnrrtipifril point anthey fit every time I sell the Hall Hillside Plows at u low price Coil e and toe my goods and I will save you money I am yonrs for tho best goods at a low price J EUGENE MINIHANOwingsvIleIcT3c Z rfJ J I = z 3 1 TI3 iI t RACKET STORE rifiS We have our Spring Goods now on Calland get our prices tLwe will save you money Straw Matting yd 20l10c Vurnhli Brunhcs C5t 8Quart Galvanised Bucket 15c Paint Brushes 25151011 2Gal Tin Bucket 12o White Wash Brushes 25j105c- TelescopesPhoto 88 75 60 44i 25c n colored lb 51f Granite Wash Pans 15c Bone Collar Buttons doz 4c ydPipe t 5 nI1IUIIlrd 5 t 15 Marbles lc Chuniuiit SkiiiRc RCht ii icTEariWillow Market Baskets 35 25 20c Table Oil Clwb d f JM f Flowerpots 2610630 40 Wire Ilrfir Pins tIrt CASH PAID FOR EGGS J 1 E WHEFLW I Buy Jewel stove thq the 3cf even egjalc IIJJ Sav and lad lifetime kiga and pan gray tested aiid fire from tcrap land boles Tough Hrfecu Joolcopsdonocractrp break raa4bQIaoal shaped dead cornelit held ire oftloICllt lined with 1ievy durable cat brick Ualap and SUed with erie btittd Jewel Ompltx grate for ton kId Coalone 1hetatopoint with any other alowa any price asd then boy JeI LookfcrStove Work tanol More ptaBt tile world LForaJ6by L T BYRON OWINGSVI Nt III Watches Clocks JeWelry Oulitsvit1e SilveruJare y Ilf t- m Ciif Glass OMiral Goods W MY COMBINED SADDLE HARNESS STALLION LeGRANDJr Will the seanon of 1906atmy stable on the Richarl farm onSalt Well at SEVEN DOLLARS To insure a living coltAIirn will be retained on the colt until season money is paid maro is parted with bred another horse LEGRAND is a Imif brother of Peter Stephens LeGrandby old LcGrand and out of nHalcorn mare He a dink bay 15 hands high is coming five years old this spring and is a No breeder good jack sure breeder will make the season at the same lIsc at 35 to insure a living colt Snur conditions as apply to LeGrandJr Bolbert L Goodpaster a a RangeThe reputation ot tile largest plant in world and careful J4Sientificcon fIl fn ratiiactIcn 6 Ranges Include improvement t i 1104a bom analyzed No ne sor other or no or or mOYCUIent at to E A 11E KY AND make or to U is 1 A co JAS- POWER1J5T l and Ju i U ru Grapnophones 1111 and Records Jl ti Ibr fBa iiceReairixgapecia1ty l FINE STALLIDN f Peter Stcph nsStaIUonfif L LeGrandniako if f f r v i bariiatthu home farm of tli InIJacob Warner miles SIl uUvett of Owlng vllleat s 10 to Insure a Live ColtS 1 JForgeMlhlJLf GRANDIs a rich dliay IHB 16hlD S 111gIWtl1II OIbS I7S rr iBflveyearsoliL He is hy uk l fGrand nnd a Magic IF iiiHtH Also at the vume time nmt nlic iy jIIDudley Warners J 1 ii r A oro J n 4 41 r vpr- r JJj CoIt 2 11 1 N k i J 2 r f I4 M i I t 1 WingSVi1le Outlook j OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers l OWINOSVILLE KENTUCKY I N pV LoL APRIL I 008 t SUN NON TUB WED THU FlU 12 3 4 56 t Jr I Isr61718I9202I 8 91011121314 1 c 7 22 23 4 252627284 2n 30 t Is The Chinese always paint an eye on t thatft + French winegrowers are more than ever convinced that hailstorms can be t averted by the timely firing of cannon D Cripple Creek has produced in its 15 A years of life ore worth 160000000 l and is good for many more years There Is money In mining if you hit the right spot It A great strike was made recently In JJ Virginia Canyon Idaho Springs Cot Ii where a vein of gold ore five feet thick 1 was laid bare Onehalf tho vein goes r 100 while the remainder is worth 20 rer ton II Edward Crossman of Ely Minn owns one ot tho oddest teams in fI I America He has succeeded in the un usual task of breaking a pair of moose to drive in harness In his sleigh Mr Ir Crossman spins about as rapidly be hind these animals as If drawn by a prancing span of horses xr Cronies from infancy the Finley twins have been and although today beyond the allotted span ot life being more than four score years ot age t s I vrncTare as inseparable as they were 1when they were playing with the pa lOOses in Southwestern Michigan They are William and Archibald Fin leT of Schoolcraft Mich and they were 81 years old November last a The only realty perfect diamonds which are to be found on this globe are thoso which fall from the sky In meteorites all diamonds which are mined in the diamond fields ot tho world are only fragments of gems That is a startling statement but a still more startling one is that all the I diamonds to be found on our planeta have fallen on our earth from the skies r and havp not as most ot us thought a been produced here like coal and other P7 mineral products When the steamship Philadelphia arrived at Boston the other day sh5 brought among the other things In her I cargo a consignment of elephant tusks or teeth as they are called In the ships manifest There are about 300 InIthey run 75 pounds i to the weight of an ordinary man row of them are less than a yard In i length and ono is tully eight feet long V having evidently been the property at t WouldiltvE Emperoi William receives J6OIe t allowanctJnIt J u King ward receives 470000 a year al though a separate gran of 20000 Is made to the Prince ot Wales one of I eOOOO to the Princess of Wales and another of 1800 per annum to each fothc kings three daughters The king ot AustriaHungary figures high y on the list ot handsomely paid rulers receiving 382202 a year King Al fonso boy though he Is disposes of 338000annlallrand even Belgium I spares 132000 a year for the glory of being a monarchyI Perhaps the most remarkabe fea ture of commercial Irogress in the t a United States is the wealth which ita copper mines are yielding Last year the output of American copper mines k was nearly one billion pounds This was worth 150000000 The output of the copper mines of the country andt44 I as great as the dividends of the Stand i pericentlii States Just 21 copper mines paid In I TJ 4 actual profits to stockholders the huge sum of 30000001 I J 3 Our Idle rich who havo taken up t the fad ot scorching autos to furnish lanovelty In lives otherwise doomed C to ennui have recently made enough r excitement for themselves to satisfy t the mo2jexaciing What with a jail I sentence In France the experience of a l a scion of the noted house of Shep par4 and the attacks of an Italian Ie mob on W K Vanderbilt jrlt would seem that Europe Is a good place to- be shunned by speeding autoists q andzjOt hardly worth noting speeders l I diary t j 4 Bllls23 y arsat the bar Lincoln iJ 1 had no loss cases before the S highest court of Illinois a record un t f surpassed by his contemporaries he appeared before the United States cir cult court and district courts with t r great frequency he was the most In f defatigable attendant on the Eighth cireuitand tried more cases than any otbfrr member of that bar he wasat fl forney for the Illinois Central railroad oH r ihe was also counsel for the Rock Is laud railroad and dther corporations ard individuals with Important legal i r interests at stake t Galvatore Vlnclano a gallant lib It man wooed and won Paollna dl PontaC beautiful Roman girl aftr the most ardeat trenuous and desperate court 4p yshlp onrecord For love of her he at d her With a rar rDlewl1P her l home with dynamite s bbed her with csv a stiletto and t1R8k9tolf two of her 1 MSnierBi spent three tt1 f years and three months in prison asi t A bltlo 4vlngatt nt1onsSuc- br t f se iBce cpnitaMcy and devotion at t 1lastcolfluered ute heart of the beau 3 rwltlIangllaRehecent1ysbe mar SrIe4 hlmMn Rome l n ot M R6ussel GOb haa completed the lerigeet picture yer paUteii IVaeas t jj urea exactly 867 square leet art rff 41st bad to begthe1on of a atdloof hoItclated In the Calorie des Ma Ld JWraOOG the largest on spanned build 4 i lag la the world The picture repre r seats the Parts crowd In 1789 rush it lag te the Hotel de Vine led by Xafay r ette after the taking of the Bastile asd coatftins over 1000 lifesize flg rec It will be huag in a suburb 1 NU that Gllnf11 tr7 ftf jif t f l 1 ff Q J t 53 1 Jrf tv f t 4ff 3 rt6 J t 2 l f 1 trf1 iJj t PT C Af JI 0 j tjrilr j t rch ilt J 1 Jt1jf iJ fir t 1 r- JiiI oJn r 1 jrli U It R rr Under the Red Robe By STANLEY JWEYMAN Copyright UN bj lolc7 J Wcjmin CHAPTER IXCOXTIXUKU I dont believe It I said bluntly tat I felt the check and fell to earth The man cannot speak No but he lias managed to tell us hat he will guide us to the place we want the captain answered dryly The whip If it cannot find a man a tongue can find him wits What is more I think he will keep his word he continued with a hideous smile For I warn him that If ho does not til your heroics shall not save him He Is a rebel dog and known to us ot old and I will flay his back to the nesn until we can see his heart beating through his ribs but I will have what iwantIn your teeth too you dd meddler Stead steady I said somewhat sobered I saw hat he was telling me the truth Ho Is going to tale you to Mde Cocheforets hiding place Is he Yes lie Is the captain retorted offensively Have you any objection to make to that Master Spy None I replied But I shall go with you And it you live three months I shall 1111 you for that name behind the barracks at Auch M lo Capltnlne Ho changed color but he answered me boldly enough I dont know that you will go with us That Is as we please lie continued with a snarl I have the cardinals orders I said sternly The cardinal ho exclamed stung to fury by this repetition of the name The cardinal beIf But the lieutenant lay his hands on his lips and stopped him Hush ho said Then more quietly Your pardon M le Cnpitalne Shalf I give orders to the men to fall In The captain nodded sullenly Take him down the lieutenant ordered in his harsh monotonous voice Throw lila blouse over him and lie his hands And do you two Iaul and Lebrun guard him Michel bring the whip or he may forget how it tastes SergeanXt choose four good men and dismiss the rest ID their quarters Shall we need the horses tho ser grant asked I dont know tho captain an swered peevishly What docs the rogue say The lieutenant stepped up to him Listen be said grimly Nod If you mean yes and shake your head ItI you mean no And have a care answer truly Is It more than a mile to this place The place you know of They had loosened the poor wretchs fastenings and covered his back lie stood leaning against the wall his runInlngken eyes were closed a quiver now and again ran through hut frame The lieutenant repeated his question and getting no answer looked round for orders The captain met the look and crying savagely Answer will you you mute struck the half swooning miserable rrnKs the back with Ills svuc fcc wa- najlcal Jovi i t1tI irieit pf aln raising his chin rId hollowing his back and Inthat attitude stood tin instant with starting eyes gasping for breath Then he sank back against the wall moving his mouth spasmod i l ally Ills face was the color of lead Dlablc I think we have gone too far with him the captain muttered Bring some wine the lieutenant replied Quick with IU I looked on burning with Indignation and wondering besides what would come of this If the man took suCCeedldlhiof the matter as far asl was concerned U was off my shoulders and I might leave the village when I pleased nor was It likely since he would have its mane though not through me that the cardinal would refuse me an am nesty On Ibo whole I thought that things shauld take thai course and assuming the Issue I began to wonder whether in that event it would be necessary that madam should know the Iruih I bad a kind of a vision of a reformed Bcranlt dead to play and purging himself at a distance from Za tons winding perhaps a name In the Italian war and finally but pshaw I was a fool However be that as It might it was essential that I should see the arrest made and I waited patiently while they revived the tortured man and made their dispositions These took some time so liiat the sun was down and it was growing dusk when we marched out Clon going firstsup ported by his two guards the captain and I followingabreast and eying one another suspiciously the lieuten ant with the sergeant and five troop ers bringing tip the rear Cion moved slowly moaning from time to time and but for the aid given him by the two men wth nlra must have sunk down again and again He went out between two houses close to the Inn and truck anar row track scarcely discernible which ran behind other houises and then plunged into th thickest part of the wood A simple person traversing thq covert might have made such a track or pigs or children But It was the Ort Idea that occurred to us and It put tlsal1 on the alert pislotkept a watchful eye on him and the deeper the dusk fell In the wood the more cautiously wo went until at last we came ouLwlha sort otajump Into a wider and lighter path I looked up and down It and saw be fore me a wooden bridge and an open meadow lying cold and gray in the twilight end I stood In astonish ment It was the old path to the chateau I shivered at the thought that he was going to take Us thereto the houseto mademoiselle- The captain also recognlzed the place arid swore aloud But the dumb manwenl on unheeding until he reached tbe wooden bridge There he III Hodot EpIC pb There are those who tike the caution to buy t elrQwumQzumeiils and tombstones and write their atne raortem cpita hs 4What special corn fort they can get out of this Is not clear but that is their business We recall for instance a true story of a fellow who had been found guilty ol thoCongeto die on the gallows A fewdays Jttfore execution his lawyer called it UiYielUnd Mkect If ftmi wall any ii1 iiti 4S4 d iiitM L jo J i paused as if In doubt and look 4 towards the dark outline of the build ing which was just visible one faint light twinkling sadly In the west wing As the captain and I pressed up be hind him ho raised his hands and seemed to wring them towards tho houseHave a care the captain growled Play me no tricks or But he lid not finish tho sentence for don turned back from the bridge and en tering the wool on the left hand be gan to ascend the bank of the stream We had not gone a hundred yards before the ground grew rough and tho undergrowth thick and yet through all ran n kind of path which enabled us to advance dark an It was growing Very soon the hank on which we moved began to rise above the water and grew steep and rugged We turned a shoulder where the stream swept round a curve mid saw wo were In tho mouth of a small ravine dark and steepwalled The water brawled along the bottom over boulders and through chasms In front the slope on which we stood shaped it self into a low cliff but halfway be tween its summit and the water a ledge or narrow terrace running along the face was dimly visible Ten to one a cave the captain muttered It Is a likely place And an ugly one I sneered Which one to ten might safely hold for hours If the ten had no pistols yes he answered viciously But you see we have Is ho going that way lie wa Lieutenant Larolle said turning and speaking in a low voice though the chafing of the stream below us covered ordinary sounds shall we light the lanthorns or press on while there is still a glimmering of dayOn I should say M lo Capitalne the lieutenant answered Prlck him in the back It be falters I will war rant be has a tender place or two the brute added with a chuckle The captain gave the word and we moved forward It being very evident now that the cliffpath was our des tination U was possible for the eye Ittlrousband though don climbed feebly and with many groans two minutes saw us step on to It It did not turn out to be the perilous place It looked at n distance The ledge grassy and ter racelike sloped slightly downward and outwards and In parts was slippery but it was as wide ns a highway awl the fall to the water did not exceed 30 feet Even in such a dim light as now displayed it to us and by increasing the depth and unseen dangers of the gorge gave a kind of Impressiveness to our movements a nervous woman need not have feared to breast it I wondered how often mademoiselle- had passed along it with her milk pitcher I think we have him now Captain Larolle muttered twisting his mus- tachest and looking round to make his last dispositions Paul and Lebrun see that your man makes no noise Sergeant come forward with your carbine but do not fire without orders Now silence all and close up Lieu- tenanti Forward i We advanced about a hundred paces keeping tho cliff on our lcft then turned a shoulde and saw it few paces In front of us a black btotcb standing out from the grey duskiness of ifv iiffsidc The ill aiMBi nd hand pointed to- rE There liie captain whispered pressing forward Is that the place Clon nodded The captains voice shook with excitement You twJre main here with him he muttered a low font Sergeant come forward with me Now are you ready Forward lie and the sergeant passed Qulcklyj one on either side of Cbs guards Tbe path was narrow here and the captain passed outside The eyes of all but one were on the black blotch the hollow In the cliffside and no one saw exactly what happened But somehow as the captain passed abreast of himthe prisoner thrust back his guards and springing sideways flung his unbound arm round Laroilcu body and In an instant swept him fihoutlnfe to the verge of the precipiceIt done In a moment By the time the lieutenants startled wits and eyes were back the two were already tottering on the edge looking in the gloom like one dark form The ser geant who was the first to find his head levelled his carbine but as the wrestlers twirled and twisted the cap lain shrieking out oaths and threats the mute silent as death lt was Im possible to see which was which and tho sergeant lowered his gun again while the men held back nervously The ledge sloped steeply there the edge was vague already the two seem ed to be wrestling in midair and the muto was a man beyond hope or fear That moment of hesitation was fatal Clons long arms were round the others arms crushing them Ito his ribs Clons sk llhike face grinned hate into the others eyeshslong limbs curled round him like the folds pf a snake Suddenly Laroliss strength gave way Dn you all Why dont youM rch mercy came In a last scream from his lips and thenafS the lieutenant taken aback before sprang forward to his aid the two toppled over the edge and In a see ond hurtled out of sight Mon DIeul the lieutenant cried In horror The answer was a dull splash In the depths below He flung up his arms Water be said Quick sacs get down We may save him yet They have fallen Into water But there was no path and night was come and the mens nerves were shaken The lanthorns had to be lit and the way to be retraced and by the time we reached the dark pool which lay below the last bubbles were gone from the surface the last ripples had beaten themselves out against the banks True the pool still rocked sullenly and the yellow light showed a mans hat floating and near It a glove three parts submerged But that was all The mutes dying grip had known no loosening nor his hate any fear Later I heard that when they dragged the two out next day his fingers were In the others eye sockets his teeth In his throat If condemned would like him ttblnglh done In postmortem arrange This man said that he would leave with a lawyer a sum luflkient for the purpose ota plain Hone to bo alldjbearIname and date we omit Of 8uchlsthe kingdom of heaven Buffalo Commercial Mokcl Jo- vWhttcnuac9IQ1c1 It Washington t fa 4 tlp r for ti i 4 Jif5 1 i avers man found death sweet it wae he As we turned slowly from the black water some shuddering some crossing themselves the lieutenant looked vengefully at me Curse you ho aid In sudden fury I believe you are glad lie deserved his fate I answered coldly Why should I pretcml to hiti sorry It was now or III three months Ami for the other poor devils suite am glad lie glared at me a moment In sprcihless anger At last I should lili to havo you tied up ho said belwcon his teeth tlioulcl have thought that you hail had enough of tying up for ono day I retoitrd But there It conies or making ulcers out of the canaille flogs love blood The teamster must still lash something If ho ran no longer lash his horses We were back n sombre little pro cession nt the wooden bridge whon I said this Ho stopped suddenly Very well he replied nodding viciously That decides me Sergeant light me this way with a lanthorn The rest of you to the village Now Master Spy he continued glancing at me with gloomy spite your road Is my road I think I know how to cook your goose I shrugged my boulders In disdain and together the seargcant leading the way with the light we crossed the meadow and passed through tho gate where mademoiselle had kissed my hand antI up the ghostly walk between the rosebushes I wondered uneasily what the lieutenant would be at anti what he intended but the lanthorn light which now fell on the ground at our feet and now showed one of us to the other highlit In a frame of blackness discovered nothing In his grizzled face but settled hostility He wheeled at the end of the walk to go to the main door but as he did so I saw the flutter of a white skirt by the stone seat against tho house and I stepped that way- Mademoiselle Isaid softly is it yell Cion she muttered her voice quiv ering What of him He Is past pain I answered gently He Is dead but In his own way Take comfort mademoiselle And then be fore could say more the lieutenant with his sergeant and light were at- m elbow Ho saluted mademoiselle roughly She looked at him with shud darIng abhorrence Are you rome to flog me sir she said Icily Is It not enough that you have murdered my servant On tho contrary lt was he killed my captain the lieutenant answered In another tone than had expected If your servant Is dead so Is my comradeShe with startled eyes not at him but at me What Captain Larolle she muttered I nodded How the asled Clon flung the captain and himself Into the rlverpool I explained in a low voice The pool above the bridge She uttered an exclamation of awe and stood silent But her lips moved think the was praying for Clon though she was a Huguenot Meanwhile I bad a frights The lanthorn swinging In tbesergeanls hand and now throw ing US smoky light on the stone seat not on the rough wall above it showed me something else On thscat doubt less where mademoiselle baud had UK ab tl uhls and watchlpg stood a pitcHer of foqd Beside tier In that place was damn Ing evidence I trembled lest the lieutenants eye should fall upon it lest the sergeant should see It 1 thought what I could do to hide it and then In a moniQDt forgot all about It The lieutenant was speaking andjils voice was like doom My throat grew dry as I listened My tongue suck to my mouth I tried to look at mademoiselle but I could not- t Is true the captain Is gone ho said stiffly nut others are alive anti about one of them a word with you by your leave mademoiselle I have listened to a good deal of talk from this fine gentleman friend of yours lie has spent the lat 24 hours say- Ing You shall and You shall not1 He came from you aud took a very high tone because we laid a little whip lash about that dumb devil of yours He called us brutes and beasts and hut for him am not sure that my friend would not be alive But when he said a few minutes 359 that he waa gladglad of It dn hlmIhln 1 fixed it In my mind that t would he even with him And I am going to be What do you mean mademoiselle asked wearily Interrupting bllDUy- ou think you can prejudice me gfllnat that gentleman That Is precisely what do think And I am going to do It And a little more than that You will be only wasting your breath she answered proudly Wall wait Mademoiselle until you have heard he said If ever a blackhearted scoundrel a dastardly sneaking spy trod tbe earth It is Ihs fellow This friend of yours And I am going to expose lilm Your own eyes end your own ears shall persuade you Why I would not est I would not drink I would not sit down with him would not I would rather l9 beholden to Ihe meanest trooper In my squadron than to him Ay would so bIp me Heaven And tha lieutenant turning squarely on his heels spat on the ground tTo8 Continued 1h Uncbcn Mollnw Dlnuliillii The pucbess of Albany never per milled her children lo bespollt its lu following Story shows The present Duke of SaxeCoburg and Golha went to Sandroyd House School Cobham kept by IheMtev U II WellealeyWes hey a descendant of both the Iron Duke and the great preacher It was a rule of the school that a boy who spilt ink on the boards scrubbed It out One day the little Duke of Albany was the culprit and was told to go to Ilia housemaid and bring a pall and scrub bing brush With an Indignant look he reminded his tutor that he was thi queens grandson Thin protect brought a quiet repetijion of the order and the angry youngster was comn kd lo perform his task The duchess expressed great appreciation on bearing the story London TitDiU mon of Boston was once observe sitting In a streetcar rocking hlmsell heIare you t Ipg back and forth like thath Wasn ington While made no pause in his regular oscillations as he stud CnlI noun you Know Jerome McWadei Vtl he lone sold me a sliver vratcli for free dolam anti if I steps amoV lit 1h4Ierc dew sct BO ct llaJ j Is J gf 11 tiW wit THE WATCIIAc1- JESUS TOMB 4 AN EASTER STORY BY THE HIGH WAY AND BYWAY PREACHER ICoPJ right by WSEIOII Scripture AulhorltySIatt 2764 2fG Ul4 1115 Jr liE measured tread of the soldiers pac- Ing to and fro before the dark som ber face of the great rock tomb was lie only sound which broke the stillness of the dreary place save as an occasional oath or muttered complaint was heardCurses on the chief priests Mar cus growled shaking himself vigorous ly In effort to overcome the chill of the night air I like not the place or the task which brings us thither Why need they have asked for a guard And he kicked impatiently at a pebble which his foot struck as he walked and it went rattling over the rocks as though It would join him in protest- I wish I were home he added and his thoughts went back to the white listless form of his little girl whom he had been forced to leave that afternoon Would he ever see her alive nsnln he asked himself anti the heart of the great rough soldier felt as though it would break under the weight of Its sorrow Little Marie was the only llvlns thing he had In the ivqrld The moth er mph died years before ere he had left Italy with his legion for Palestine and he had taken the little girl along bccaus2 she had begged so hard to come and because he did not feel that he could leave her behind The travel and change from place to place hat been hard on the little pnc for be was not always able to give her the earn which she needed but since coming to Jerusalem about a year before the lines hud fallen In ploasanter places Circumstances had made it possible to perform a service for a Jewish fam- Ily living there and as a result h had found a good home lor his llttlj girl AntI just when he was happy antI contented In the thought that she was being well provided fQr mel was grow- Ing stronger she had taken III That was over a week ago She had been out In the streets with the other children when the throngs from the city pressed out to meet one named Jesus whom they halted a king and she had followed with the resL She had gone farther than her strength lOud stand and as a result had been thrown into a fever which had wasted her slight form She had talked almost incessantly about the nan Jesus whom she had seen rldliijj In regal state on the ass colt anJ againJr01HImbrhenh the earthquake and the darkness the day before and the Bright had thrown her Into convul dons from which she had with great difficulty rallied And smce theri WDreir isYu liars gradually lintl shaI nile her goodby he feared he see her alive again He knew little about this man Jesus wium the Jews had condemned to death and whom he Roman soldiers hIC1 crucified save that he made claims to icing the longIookcdfor king or tl Jews This claim he knew the I ers of the Jews had denounced and tiv family with which he lived did no relieve in Him lInt in spite of this could not help but feel nervous and 13 he turned and peered thrpugh the blackness ot the night towards the sep chCr he mused half aloud to himself Why need they such a guard What exclaimed a voice at his bow know you not hat the high priests fear that this mans disciples awayWhybody asked Marcus Did they not bring the body here themselves And is not this the tomb of the rich Jo seph of Arlmathaea one of His ells ciples Quite true but know you not that It Is reported that this yuan Jesus declared that though they killed Him Ho would rise from the grave on the tnirrf day No who told thee that The centurion of our baud was told by one of the guards who stood in the presence of Pilate when the chief priests appeared before him and asked for a guard for the tomb He ere dared that he overheard hem say that this wan whom they called the deceiver hall said that after three days he would rise again Could not one who had audi power save himself from the cross asked Marcus with growing Interest Just the question which was asked him while ho was hanging on the cross replied another of the soldiers for I was among those near the cross and I heard Him declare that If He should ask for them His Father would send 12 legions or angel to de liver Him Who was His Father again questioned Marcus He claimed to be the son of Go but the leaders of the Jews declare that He was the son of Joseph the carpenter of Nazareth but the centu non In charge of the soldiers at the cross declared openly after the cruci fixion that he believed that He was the Son ot God Then God must have sent the darkness and the earthquake exclaimed Marcus and again his heart flew back in anguished thought to his little daughter It this man Jesus was so powerful why bad He let his daughter sicken he asked himself aSlle paced back and forth through the long hours of the night He conversed little with the other soldiers who after tiring 01 the discussion he had begun had drift ed Into boisterous Idle talk anJ laughter AS he passed and repassed SUBSTITUTE SALOON Some time ago a coffee club was start ad tit ox4tIintoxicating1 liquors cigars or tobacco nqtpphilanthropy but by a private compan- ya3patter of legitimate business The agreement provided that time business should be extended with the profits Of the firsj venture It profitable i l f pot 4s 1 0j i4T the stone which sealed the mouth of the tomb he came close enough to see the cords passing from one side to held1nlars and he wondered what power It could be that was strong or bold enough to break the Roman seal The rock was there to stay the dead with in was held secure Thus he reasoned as he stood with his hand upon the stoneSuddenly he felt the ground shiJjlns beneath his feet and he was brushed aside as though he had been a bit of chaff Curses and terrified cries filled tho air The soldiers were tossed about like ships on the heaving waters of the ocean and went tumbling away from the tomb Then came a flash of light brighter than the sun at noonday and the soldiers fell down as dead men MarCus felt his senses reeling and after tha first vivid flash in which he saw the seals of the Roman power burst asun tier and the stone rolled back and the tomb flooded with light he knew no moreHow long he lay there he knew not save that when he returned to con sciousness the first gray streaks of day were beginning to creep up In the eastern sky None of the other sol diers were to be seen and rousing himself he looked towards the tomb There was the great stone resting at one side of tho opening while the frayed ends of the tape of the Imperial Roman seal dangled towards the groundSlowly he crept towards the mouth of the tomb and looked Ic It was empty He recalled the conversation of the night before and his confused brain tried to understand what rising from hQIplace and as he hurried on he lookeJ apprehensively on either hand fearful that some spirit or supernatural be ing might appear If Jesus has risen where Is He he questioned Wtfs He the Son of God If Ho was the Son of God and had power to rise from the dead could He not help his little and a confusion of other like thoughts came crowding in upon him He had now entered the city and turned up the street which led to his home He almost feared to go there for perhaps his Marie was dead Nay she probably was dead for when ho lint left her the evening before tier little life seenied hanging by a threaJ and each faint breath came us though was the last Suddenly he was roused from his meditations by a voice which thundered In his ear By Jupiter Is that you Marcus tthought we left you for dead at the tomb Marcus looked Into the grinning faco of one of the soldiers who had stool guard with him at the tomb but before he could make any response to the greeting the other went on with Too bad you didnt get away with the rest bt us Weve made big money this day and he shook his leathern pouch Irvin which came the chink of golden c6ln But it Is not too late for you Come with me Whet e To the high priests houe Marcus locked at the hniofgolda- nd then iito the face ot the soldier and the latter answered riy way of explanation dropping his voice to a whisper J It Is hush money Theprlests anf willing tay well If we wll say that the dlscMiles came and stole the body bt Jesus The clunk of the coin sounded anti the pressure of the others hand was upon Miircus arm What made him hesitate He scarcely knew himself The Roman soldiers did not stop as a rule to make fine distinctions ani Marcus was no exception to the rule lie was always ready to share in the gains which often came in Irregular ways to the soldiers Or Caesar but somehow a little white face came ui before him now and he heard the pleading voice saying Oh His face was so good want to be with Him What would she say If he took the gold and lied about the one whom slH had seen and loved lie recalled the wonderful manifestations of the night before He knew that the disciples bad not stolen Hie body Dare he say that they had As thesj thoughts ran rapidly through his mind the convl tlon grew upon him that Jesus was this Son of God and that He had risen as He had said He would Would he take the gold or vwould be take Jesus Come come Impatiently ox claimed the waiting soldier What ia the matter with you The chink of the gold sounded again and again the vision of his little girl came to him and her words rang through his heart He said firmly- will not take thq gold I will not lie about the Son of Godi Ho ho was the derisive laugh Would you become one of His ols clples As thou wilt As for me Ill take the gold and he turned and walked away chinking the gold mcry rlly But if Marcus bad not the gold he had a lighter heart but as be nearcd the house his steps grew slower and slower for again the dread of what be would find on entering seized his heart Tears blinded his eyes and be did not see the little figure that came bounding from the door and ran towards him Was that her voice I Startled and dazed he looked In the direction of the voice and heard the words Oh papa I have seen HlmJ have seen Him aJ that his little girl or was It aifipparition Was he dreaming ot jijlldlie really hear her glad full voice As she reached his side and threw her self into his arms he shrank away as though he feared to touch her But the touch of her arms about his neck wonderJesus had come and touched her and made her well earnestIyAnd as be pressed ner tenderly his bosom he added Thou art better than the high priests gold FOR profitable It should be closed out like duetimeAngelesSanta sodallyvisited daily by from 1000to 1500 per saloonbuIsgsome of the towns named by the club business PaclHc earchlleht 1TH NIT VESUVIUS ACTIVE Streams of Molten Lava Flow Down Its Sides Two Destructive Earthquakes Have Occurred Village In Vicinity of Crater Deserted and Inhab Itants PanicStricken Naples The hope that Mount Vesu vius was becoming calm was dissi pated Sunday when the volcano bo caine more active than ever The panic has spread to Naples Two strong earthquake shocks which stint tered windows and cracked the walls of buildings were experienced Sunday The entire population rushed to the streets In terror many persons cry log The Madonna has forsaken us the end of the world has coma No trace romaine of BoScotrccasc a communo on the southern declivity of the mountain and Torre Annun zlata on the shores of the Gulf pt Naples one mile to the southward Is almost surrounded by the invading lava and has been evacuated by its 30 000 Inhabitants The people were brought to Naples by trains street cars military carts and steamships Similar means of transportation are being employed to bring away the peo plo front Terre del Greco The po lice and carbineers are guarding the abandoned houses and several mesa hers of the government also arc there A telegram received from the may or of San Sebastlano a villaga near the observatory on the northwest de clivity of Vesuvius says the lava Is approaching rapidly and that the pro pie are terror stricken They have been for nights without sleep he says and are destitute and beg tliat assistance ba given them The work of succor Is hampered ow log to delays to the railway service which is interrupted by red hot stones thrown to a height of 3000 feet fall log on the tracks As yet it is Impossible to count tha craters that have opened and from which srteams of lava have flooded the beautiful and prosperous districts on the southeast shores of the Gulf of Naples Breathing is momentarily becoming more difficult because of the poisonous fumes and smoke while the hot ashes which are still falling tend to make life a burden SHOW LOYALTY TO VOLIVA Vast Crowd Gathered at the Taber nacle In Zion City Sunday ZIon City 111The pepplo of Zion City heard their former leader John Alexander Dowte denounced from the pulpit in Shlloh tabernaclo Sunday and they approved of it or at least as many of them as could crowd into that vast meeting house signi fled their willingness to follow Gen era Overseer Voliva Zlons new lead er told of Dr Bowies alleged mis deeds and the more bitter and scath log his words of denunciation the snore general said enthusiastic was the approval of his listeners When after denouncing Dowie as a spendthrift liar and a traitor to his trust and his people Oversees Voliva suddenly demanded a decision of the audience asCto who should be their uture leader the six thousand people In the tabernacle arose as oho person and signified their willingness to follow Voliva to the end Overseer Voliva fold how money had been spent for Dowies own comfort while the creditors rend the people of Zion were demanding money Voliva cited as his own experience that Lo had been compelled to keep himself and a family of five on 50 a month and that of this he had been compelled to turn over a tenth in tithes to the churchSSan Antonio TexDr Dowlo and his party left Sunday night shortly before 8 oclock for St Louis The train was delayed at San Antonio and this was token advantage of by the local ZIonltes who arranged for n meeting at which Dr Dowla was to speak The meeting was secret in its nature for tho Zionists feared if the general public became aware that the first apostle was to deliver an address the halls would not hold the audience who would come to hear him As it was every seat in the local temple was filled fully an hour before tho venerable leader was to make his ap pearance Russias Big Loan St Petersburg It was positively stated Sunday that a loan of be tween 200000000 and 350000000 has been arranged Finance Minister Kokovsoff has gone to Paris to con elude the negotiations Details of the loan are not available Edwin C Swifts Funeral Beverly Mass The funeral of Edwin C Swith of the firm of Swift Co the Chicago meat packers who died Thursday in the Quincy house in Boston from pneumonia was held at Beverly Farms The honorary pall bearers were 50 in number Robert G Proctor Surrenders Boston Robert G Proctor pri vate secretary of the United States senator Henry Cabot Lodge for whose arrest on charge of embezzlement a warrant was Issued surrendered him self here Mr Proctor was immediate ly released on 500 ball Strike Situation in Havana Havana The strike situation here is assuming formidable proportions Mounted policemen Sunday afternoon dispersed a mass meeting of 1000 strikers and arrested the leaders who were condemning the local officials Wants Conference Date Changed St Petersburg Tho Russian gov ernment has been informed by United States Ambassador Meyer that the date of the second peace confer ence at the Hague early In July is un satisfactory to America a the Pan American convention is set for July 21 A Tornado In Missouri Fayette MoA tornado passed over Fayette doing much damage Many houses were unroofed and blown from their foundations and barns and small buildings blown away Reports say the storm was general The New Cruiser Washington Rockland MeTho new cruiser Washington which has just been completed for the United States government arrived Sunday and an chored outside the breakwater ready for her speed trials which take place during the week Severe Storm In Illinois Dewey Station 111Four persons were Injured one hquse was overturned and considerable damage dona to trees roofs etc by a eeverp windstorm which swept over a small arf THE PtELD OF EDUCATION vV X i Paper handkerchiefs after Chinese fashion are to be supplied to the chill A 4 dren of the communal schools of time Vi city of Paris as a hygienic measure to prevent the spread of tuberculous ln fection JIn the Pennsylvania university there are students representing 39 nations besides representatives of 49 stat srand territories and Insular possessions of the United States There are la all 3769 studentsSA rule recently adopted by the Gin clnnatl school board requires that every teacher or employe over 60 fyears of age shall undergo a physical and mental examination under the dl rectlon of the committee on hygiene and sanitation to determine the fitness for the responsibilities of their post v- tlons Similar examination is to ba u5L t 14f made every five years after the age of z aIf the employe is found to be fitsJhe shall be preferred above all others for the position he then fills William H Maxwell superintendent Y of the New York schools is a great believer in manual training At the 5frrecent dedication of the magnificent g4 manual training high school in Brooklyn he said Twelve years ago it was hard to get 10000 for manual training high school purposes Now JPwe have a building which cost nearly a million dollars Any political body t today that would attempt to close the manual training high school would soon be driven out of power by an In J dignant people MILITARY MATTEBS 7 Russia has 150 regiments of mount ed Cossacks J Canadas standing army averages 3 25000 effective men 3 The military tribunal at Konlgsberg i Prussia recently had before It a lieu tenant only 20 years old who Isac cused pf maltreatment of soldiers in 70 specified cases- Renewed v efforts are being made to raise money to complete the fund or the erection of a monument upon the igrave of Rear Admiral James J Jouett U S N at Arlington cemetery Another French military Invention is on record This time It Is not the machine gun but the army rifle and again the Inventor steps out from the ranks Corporal Grlssolange of the First colonial Infantry has devised a method of greatly Increasing the ca 4paclty of small arms for rapid firing Doc1oiBilgamSas MANY PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE r5 Lydia E Ptnkhams Vegetable omp uml i 1 The wonderful power of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound over s the diseases of womankind is not be Z cause it is stimulant not because it is a palliative but simply because it 14 d the most wonderful tonic andastructor ever discovered to net directly upon the generative organs curingdiscaseandresteringhcaltbknd Marvelous cures are rcportpd from all parts of tIm country by women whp eihave been cured trained nurses who have witnessed cures and physicians who have recognized the virtue of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Corn round pro jfair enough to giyo credit whereit istlue If physicians dared to toe frank and open hundreds of themwould ackn owl d4edge that they constantly prescribe Lydia E Vegetable tom pound in severe cases of female ills as they knotr by experience it can be re lied upon to effect a cure The follow mp letter proves it Dr S C Brigham of 4 Brigham Park Fitchburg Mass writes It gives me great pleasure to say that have found Iyd a E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound very efficacious and often pro sJMycial fora female trouble some time ago audiny youngest daughter Is now taking it fe maioweaknessandissurelygalnlngbbealth I freely advocate it as a most reliable spe rcific in all diseases to which women are sub ject and give it honest endorsement painftilweakness of dis iplaccmentsinflammationoruiceration can be restored to perfect health and strength by tatting Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound If advice is needed write to Mrs Tinkham at i Lynn Mass She is daughterinlaw of Lydia E Pinkham and for twenty T five years line been advising sick women free of charge No other livinga1person has Had the benefit of a ZgtIIllshealth Every sufferingwoman should c ask for and follow her advice if she pt wants to be strong and well t atDelighffu1AidtoHeathL4 axt u Toilet Antiseptic Whitens the teeth purifies mouth and breath cures catarrh sore throat sore eyes and direct application cures all inflamed ulcerated and i catarrhal conditions paused by s feminine ills Paitine possesses extraordinary cleansing healing germi cidal qualities unlike anythingSelse At all druggists 50 cents LARGB TRIAL PACKAGE TREB The R Paxton Co Boston Mast Dont Xiet Wet TOWER6 SLICKERS will keep you dry as t nothing else will because thejrare the product of trthe best materials and eventywyears experi ence in manufacturing A J TOWER CO 2 Boston USA TOTTO CaIM Toronto c Zel CANVASSERS WANTED noth 55le d J U 3Fe ai ie s tJuitobeninioii SlcllUt while frylnff ml pret rr t ForirIicuIrIMOTHER GRAYS SWEET PCWDERS FOR CHILDREN A Certain Core for Feerlhei r Contllpntldn Henrtucbe ri JiNtomacb Freihius Iiordere ui Deatroy i rSS s a ipr Srp I + I t I to J r r JrEC I1f C 1 f s 4 f r I I 0Z r EDItThe Disease Yielded Readily to Dr Williams Pink Pills After Other j Treatment Failed DrWilliauia Piuk Pills euro rbcuma tism because they Supply the necessary I elements to tho vitiated blood and en- t I nblo liatnro to cast out tho impurities mid effect a euro Mrs A Baker of No I 110 Fitch street Syracuse N Y will JI furnish living evidence of tho truth of this statement Thero has been rheumatism in jay family ovcrsincol cau m member BUG says My grandmother S was a great sufferer from muscular rbcuuiatisrnundiiiyinothera1ohndtlioV ago I had hard coM and rheumatism CAught mo iu luy left kneo There word Bharp pains confined to tho neighbor hood of tho knee and they seemed to go t right into tbo bone Tbo paiu suffered nlsohadtUzzyspellsj5 nriatic nud sciatic rheumatism When I didnt got better under their treat aSi 0 try Dr Williams Piuk Pills I bought 4 three boxes anti by tho time I hal taken them the pain and dizziness hadI entirely loft me I wanted to niako sure of n euro so I bought tbrco moro oUlIolJlJ4 IS them to every ono who suffers with j rbQumatlsm f Dr Williams Pink PiUs have cured Sp i BeverocascsofaiiinminKcmtica nervous Jiess partial paralysis locomotor ataxin Vitna dance that have4 f not re a sponded to other nodes of treatment All druggists sell Dr Williams Pink Pills or they will bo sent by mail post paid ou receipt of price 50 cents per e six boxes or 380 by tho Dr Wil liams Medicine Co Schenectady N Y It f OVER THE OCEAN t i A new prize of 10000 Is offered In v France for the invention of a dirigible 6 balloon f4i ilpan old 4 4ushton on which tho crown of Scott mnd rested and it has been placed j In the Jewel room at Edinburgh castle The Ufflzl gallery Florence has ac 4 JIjQulred a collection of 11000 portraits i etchings engravings and copper plates representing celebrated historical per i eonages monarchs popes and artists 5j A commission after Inquiring Into the allegation that there is a tobacco Jjnonopoly In Austria grants that a combines docs exist anti recommends that the commonwealth take charge of v the Industry The Institute ot Archaeology of the 4T University of Liverpool hasdispatched- an4 expedition to make explorations and Y excavations in the vicinity of Esna 4 enJkens citiS t The British committee on naval de 6slgns has recommended that no more t stall protected crulEers be built Theowar fleet of the future is to of 4 t battleships and armored cruisers the fOrmer THE MISsitONARY FIELD Missionaries aro at work in 247 of 5u iewa1led clUes of China There e c LeUn J500 walled cities without arek Sr elonaVles a 35 The Jesuit lathers in charge of the 8hanghal Catholic mission In I v receat anfaual report announce theirS 1 durUgvtiaiTfce year 1903 In the Presbyterian I v iBlwioH la Canton China was the best aral1lstOlT Tothe2OchurcheStheroi r iwe i098 CMtriSutlona amounted to 48000 I Zrte South Carolina conference Is r VBaW to raise more money for tho v Ly f eedmena Aid and Southern Educa tlda soclety thiany conference in Methodism with the exception of Rock Itlyer I t Methodists of this country have un dertaken the task of raising 250000 I 7 BlsoppThoburn IndiaIh Tff INDIAN EROVEKB3 4SThe coward shoots with shut eyes cSmall things talkloudto the Indiansp 5eyeNo Indian ever sold his daughter for a name 11r When a fox whikalarne old rabbit ft t Jumps Thepalefaces ann Is longer than his 4 al word A squaws tongueruns faster than tho wlndslegs I ill j There to notbIngsocIoquentnaratb 04 Ueenateas ITkelndianscalpshlsenemy the palo 4 face skins his friends There will be hungrypalefaces so lone f 1 as there is any Indian land to swallow r t When a man prays one day and steals thoiliiS There are three things If takes a etroBg man to hold A young warrior 41 a wild horee and a handsome squaw v DECAYED STARCH 4 I J A7O Problem j tciJs AR Asheville ian telLs how right 5ii zuxIafd that which medicines had I tailed to kccoHiplisb T4more than 13 years he says 4fIwas ataicted with Etomach trouble i and jBtestteal indigestion gas form s big la stomach and bowels and glv J gJ great distress These condl tbetstarhy ate tietcaa1ddBtdlgest I grew tl wera witk time U112 years ago I crSii f t d g ofieei HIapendlcltis Wben the f however ItBargeoaeiperatedon me i Ic iw 3t was tlH tbaty trouble was ulcer e appenilkKfsp iii ShKethat time I have had sev iP J14 rslssciattaekssuWerI death a r Meet Tile last attack was about jBeatlw t 1ii aa II endured untold agMleZr woulbId fJ o save toeat 1w starchy stuff so I f 4t e wBe use GrapeNutT food for teoigSh reeulttV ItliaB tiullt me up wonder l j5 fullyV I iaa Ifl pounds In tile first t Sz l welji tkttI wed GrapeNuts my II 1 WB f e wml bOIRh I better than ever be H e r y b falls clearer and my lrJramdi dinner each J 4 tJe f lsofGrapeNut e ft i Ka crsM a afta1l slice of dry toast tja eg et belied land a cup ol i tlWiatI11Iia1iette evening meal en Grap and cream alcae this IS fKlv tsi ra ee Bights rest and I L a1Rw nJL Name given bj IstHI CoMtiCrQk Udj 4 t f Q1Mrf a a JtdhelI Uf J t 4 MJte t WeUiie 1BJlkf it j tvIS IL rir lA I t 1fu f t j T J tttj JlLIcs t p 4 + 1 ji Oi f e 49 1 fI = f If rjf oij it c jij t1Jy iq z t STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS STATE RACING COMMISSION Cov Bcckham Appoints the Members of the Board h thaniluolcliltou Young of connt a pndCty representing the great breeding Interests of o inra thndwidely known business men as morn bers of tho Kentucky state racing cornS mission provided for tho Chlnn bill cndsession No one of tho has r peceivedt dativea ting In Kentucky or which proposed to enter the racing game In this state In Chi un Clay and Young the great w rthepresentedby the breeders to the bill f sorfor chairman of the commission Tho body will meet hero Saturday April 14 next to organize TUCKER MURDER CASE Absence of Prosecutor arid Attorney General Causes a Postponement Covington Ky April 5ln the federal court in this city n motion was made for a continuance of tho case of Q M Tucker and others revenue officers charged with murder in Pike county It Is said that the man came by his death In resisting arrest by the officers on a charge of operating an licit whisky still In the mountains of that county It developed that act hor the commonwealths attorney of Plkd county nor State Attorney Gen eral Hays were present to prosecute the case the only prosecutor being an attorney from Pike county who was hired by the friends of the dead man Judge Cochran pointed out that no one hall any authority to prosecute such a case except tim commonwealths at torney nnd possibly tho attorney general ALLEGED CORRUPT WORK Grand Jury Will Investigate the Ac tlops of Certain Lobbyists Frankfort Ky April 7Actlng un er orders given by Circuit Judge tout the grand Jury of Franklin county began an investigation of ru more current here during tho last week of the regular session of the gen ral assembly of corrupting work of lobbyists against tho measure ing to place a tax upon rectified whisky The members of the stall of a local paper were questioned by tho jury and gave information which will result In a number of persons from out in tho state being summonedmi como hero and tell what they may now win Fight New LawsLouisville Ky April 7It is now believed that instead of leaving the Elate because of rectifiers tax of 1 cents on each gallon of whisky mado or brought Into the state for- branding the Istlilera of Kentucky ilI fight the constitutionality of thetaw Those familiar with the law h a ylcLexingtonclen L TIO who bas spent the winter at his home in this county left for Now York where he will ride the coming season Lyne will likely have his first mount In the east this year on oseben in the Carter handicap on the opening day of tho Acqucduct meeting Has No Opposition Bowling Green Ky April GChair man Roark of the Third congressional district has called a meeting of the committee here for Saturday April 14 to nominate a democratic candidate for congress lion James M Richardson of Glasgow the incumbent will have no opposition Young Widow Sues Louisville Ky April 5Mrs Annie Liming a young widow of this county In a suit filed that she has een victimized out of 2300 by J E Dixon under promise of marriage She sues to recover the piece of real estate which she says the defendant purchased with her savings Revenue Collections Lawrenceburg Ky April 7At the office pf Stamp Deputy Thomas W Bell for the month of March the revenue collections amounted to 198 62S6C For tho corresponding month of 1005 the receipts were 12921095 an Increase of 6641793 For Franchise Taxation Frankfort Ky AprU7Tho Ken tnckstate board of valuaUon and assessment fixed the valuation upon all public service corporations for the purpose of franchise taxation for the year 1906 Only slight changes are made from last year Made An Assignment Cynthlana Ky April jffca T Cummins formerly countyclerk of Harrison county and a wellknown farmer made an assignment to Judge W T Latterly The assets are between 5000 and 6000 Kentucky Wesleyan College Winchester Ky April 6Thenew building of Kentucky Wesleyan college was occupied fortKe first time but the formal dedication services wilt be held during commencement week It cost about 50000 The old build- Ing was burned in 1905 Ohio Man Arrested Bowling Green Ky April 6C- a B Irvine of Urbaaa O employed as ai engraver In the Jewelry store of J W Campbell here was arrested charged with grand larceny Some of the stol en articles were found on Nil person School Teacher Marries Cincinnati April 5Mlss Ruth DinL lap of WIlHamstown Ky and Cuter of Grant county Ky were married at the Grand hotel Miss Dun lap la the daughter of prominent poplularClalmISeifDefense- Guthrie 0 lAprl1 5 Henry Crank 23 years old was arrested at Ardraore charged with killing Chas Isaac In Owsley county Ky in 1903 He admitted his identity but declares 3e kqle4 Isaac eel Metexls ilwS V i K2iii Lb z yJ j OUT OF THE PARTY Republicans Read Judge McCllntock Accused of Favoring Democrats Paris Ky April GAt a meeting tf o county republican committee reso tlotm were adopted expelling Judge D McCllntock from the republican arty and forbidding him in the future lo attend meetings or conferences of the republicans lie is accused of hav g secretly worked for tho successor e democrats Mr McCllntock for over 20 years tins been an active re publican Ho was a member of the county committee and a candidate for judge In the republican pri mary lie was by appointment acting ostmaster and was a leading candi ato for the same office at the time of he appointment of the Incumbent Louis Early wlno Ho Is also promi nently Identified with the business terests of the city being n director of e Agricultural bank the Bourbon ounty Agricultural society and repre sentative of several largo Insurance companies THE NORMAL SCHOOLS Governor Appoints Commission With Authority To Locate Them Frankfort Ky April GGov Beck ham appointed seven commissioners as follows with authority to locate tho two normal schools provided for by net of the general assembly at the recent session 1rof Gco Payne of Pa- ducah Attorney G B Edwards of Russcllvllle Attorney Basil II Rich ardson of Glasgow Superintendent E A Mark of Louisville schools B M Arnett banker of NIcholasvlIlo Prof John Morris of Covington andS Senator Morton Watson of Tho commissioners will assemblo hero April 14 next and advertise for proposals for location of schools Richmond anti Bowling Green are leading in the competition for location Each has offered valuable property for school site- FARMER KILLED BY ENGINE Buggy Containing Thompson Barnes and Son Struck on Crossing Willlamstown Ky April i1holl1p son Barnes a prominent Grant county farmer was instantly killed at Manns crossing near here Ho had been in Cincinnati on business and his son met him hero with a buggy They were in the act of crossing the railroad track about a mile below town when Engine 672 crashed Into them horribly mutilating Barnes and burl- Ing his son 25 feet The latter was bruised the horse killed and the buggy demolished After a Separation of 40 Years Fulton Ky April 5Arter being separated for more than 40 pars C Rutter of Fulton county and Dep ty Sheriff Charles Thompson of Union City Tenn who foughMn the same company during the ciiI war ame face to face on the crowded verjlIlotlonalscene Color Children Cremated Bonnleville Ky April L During the absence of Jim Dixon k coloredS section laborer and his wife h1 ag took fire and was destroyed cremating two boys aged three arid six ears A third child aged fen at- empted to rescue his brothers and sustalnetl serious injuries which may death Minister Was Arrested Glasgow Ky April 6Rev J T Pursley a Baptist minister has been arrested on a charge of larceny John son Terry colored claims that Purs ley did not turn over to him all the money coming on an accident insur ance policy Ho denies tho charge He is an insurance agent Will Erect a New Church Williamsburg Ky April 5Tho Baptist church congregation will build a new 15000 church this spring Nearly all of the money Is already subscribed A New York millionaire has promised 40000 for a new recitation bbuilding for Willlamsburg institute If the people will build the new church Overdose of Morphine Hopklnsville Ky April 6John N Pepper a prominent citizen of Kirk mansville died from the effects of an overdose of morphine taken supposed ly for the purpose of relieving neural gia from which he had been suffering for several days- Died At the Age of 95 Covington Ky April 7Noah Way man 95 Is dead Ho was born and reared on the Independence pike at II place now called Scotts Post Office about nine miles from Covington Wnyman often related stories about the Indians In this county Suddenly Disappeared Ixmlsvllle Ky April 7 Walter Hoffman claiming to be the son ot wealthy New York parents has die appeared from his boarding bouse here and fears are entertained for his safety It is said that he was engaged to Miss Elsie Marshall Brown Horses Shipped Lexington Ky April 7The racing string of Capt W Harry Brown was shipped tQ the Sheepshead bay track where Trainer R Tucker will put on tho finishing touches for the coming campalgn Aged Hostler Becomes An Heir Paducah Ky Aprl1 GFred Oswin an aged hostler employed at the Hotel Craig in Paducah received a letter announcing that he had fallen heir to 15000 from his aunt Mrs Hannah Painter who died in England a few weeks ago A Suit For Big Damages Lexington Ky April 6i Clyde Shropshire member of the Lexington bar sued the Fayette National bank for 100000 damages alleging false arrest on the charge of forging his wifes name Must Serve ten Years West Liberty Ky April GTho Jury In the case against Arvnl Henry charged with killing Polly Cox at a meeting on Grassy creek last summer returned a verdict of guilty and fixed Henrys punishment at ten years in the penitentiary I Gov Beckhams Outing Frankfort Ky April 5oov Beck ham leaves Thursday afternoon for if ten days stay at French Lick Springs where be will bo accompanied by Mr Beckham Lieut Gov Thorno will Ofr actlne epveruor during his absence 1 k W J SURE HARBINGER OF SPRING An Infallible Sign Is the Sassafras Tea of the Country Grand mother Vhy some people put their money o o signsfsatd a man wise in his own conceit For a good many years I have read about the boy with a top or with marbles as being surer harbingers of tho vernal season than the advent of tho robin or the budding of tho crocus but I dont put more faith in cither than in tho groundhog I have seen boys spinning tops In New York for the last three months Of course tho past winter has been out of the ordinary run To see tops how gettingTho marble In the city is not a sign of bluebirds Not by a long flight Antf 1 dont know when I ever saw a boy roll a hoop in Manhattan That used to- eb a sign of spring Time city boy of course knows noth ing about resurrecting fish bait In tho country the first fishing worm Is a sure pointer that the backbone of winter has been strained- It Is In the home In tho country where there la a watchful grandmother and several children that the best sign of spring is found I do not know whero the grandmother gets her prcscicnca but it is unerring At the very first rising of the sap In fact before vegetation feels the first thrill of renewing life the grandmother has the Intimation When she makes sassafras tea then indeed do you know that spring Is nigh- Occasionally you will find a street peddler in tho city with bunches of sassafras bark for sale and you may have noticed that such peddlers are not of tho ordinary type Tho sassafras dealer on the streets is always a motherly looking woman with an apron and a bonnet that Is never seen in the shops or paternal looking individual who has chin whiskers Country appearances and sassa fras go together- If I were nmldngIi book on tho weatherspring weather I would hike to the country and wait for tho grand mother to steep her sassafras for tea Then I would jump back to the city and make predictions that would cause the weather man to quit his Job and find other means of livelihood WOMANS EXTRAVAGANCE Set Forth in Writing byOno Who Must Have Been a Man long Ago An antiquary was chuckling over an article on extravagance In dress A man wrote this Ill warrant he said thingsSeetain Miss Phrasers gown And he read from his notebook This lovely rich gown of the brbrocade much bejewelled and cmbrcii ered cost oC330 It frights Sir e Scroope who Is much in love with b from marrying her saying his y will scarce maintain her in clothes He turned another page Mme de Montespan ho reaV wore at a great court festival atpw of gold on gold embroidered in gold i bordered With gold and over thatjgold friczrf stitched with a gold j IImaginableman form with such ruinous extrava gance Crushing a Doubter CustomerYou guarantee your candy to be puro and wholesome I supposp Confectioner Its a good deal pure and wholesomer than this ragged old greenback youve handed meChi cago Tribune Soaks In F What makes Boimders get his head shampooed so often Hes on the water wagon and theres brandy In tIm shampooDo trolt Free Press- Chinese Emperors Nephew Prince Chun the brother of the em peror of China has a son who Is the emperors nearest relative In the suc ceeding generation and may eventually be emperor An imperial decree It Is stated bestows upon the infant the name of Pu Energetic Monarch The king of Italy Is one of the most energetic ot monarchs he was taught by his tutor never to be Idle for a moment and was always punished if caught doing nothing Staunch Affection Are you sure that man truly loves your daughter asked the friend of the family Yes answered Mr Cumrox he has heard her sing and speak pieces and he wants to marry her anyhow Washington Star Few Exceptions Most every man has a rival In his wifes affections remarked the sage of Philosophervllle If it haint a poodle its a rubber plant Louisville CourierJournal MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati April II 00Heavy600HOGSMixed packers 6 35 6 40 SHEEPExtra 55 5 7- 5LAMBSSprlriK FLOtm patent WHEATNO 2 red 120011360 CORNNo 2 mixed OATSNO 2 mixed RYNo 2 67 W 68 fflhAYChoice 60IPORK Clear mess 31675 LARDPrime steam S 00 0815 BUTTERChoIce dairy W 18 Choice jSA- PPLESChoice per bbl 600 6 POTATOESPer bush 75 v TOBACCONew 500 00 Old 4 OH 75 CHICAGO FLOURWinter patent 3 Q 3 WHEAT No 2 red S4J4W S6H redCORN 74 O 2 mixed 4IHW 44i- 31UOATSNo mixed tP S1H RYENo 2 choice 60 61 611610LARDPrimeNEW YORK FLOURWInter patent 3 90 0 4 55 4CORNsen11YEPORKMesB prime 1725 ti17 60 LARDPrlme steam 8 60 8 65 BALTIMORE T1EAT No 2 red S3 61iCATTLE 07SJWHEATNO 2 red 0 ts 49HOATSFORK Mess prime O13 M LARD Prime steam O I 75 INDIANAPOLIS CATTLE Prime steers S 26 OB7a- HOCSGoOd to choIce 6 33 l1OSlIPpq paqe U11 ud p9 IJI A LIVING DEATH vividly Described by a Citizen of Sioux Falls South Dakota Andrew Johnson 411 West Twelfth St Sioux Falls S D saysIDoU1S KJdneyPills saved my life My doctor from a careful analy sis of the urine ana a diagnosis of my case had told me I could not live six weeks I was struck down in time street with kid hey trouble anti for a wholo year could not leave tho house I lost flesh my eyes failed mo I bloated at times my back hurt and suffered a living death There seemed 110 hope until I began usiiifr Doans Kidney Pills Then I began to improve Tho pain left gradually time swellings subsided I rained appetite and weight and to make a long story short I got well Sold by all dealers cents a box FostcrMilburn Co Buffalo N Y AN UNLUCKY THIRTEEN They Were All Creditors and Not One Ever Got a Cent Due Them Did you eve tit down at a table where there were just 13 asked a man of his carriageOnceWell you never obervedthat any bad t youWhy for most of tho 13 Any of them dieSNot that I know of Never heard of any of them Not enough victuals to go round queried the other 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woman who really want to man age a man first persuades him he is sick J Bears lbs ralZ LEARNED OF MTCTBAT TTKS Robert Harborough Sherard author Of Twenty Years in Paris tells that Guy de Maupassant despised literature as a profession and gave to almost any preferenceFanny Y Cory one of tbto foremost American illustrators of child life lives near Helena Mont find she de yetlobig open lake where a few water fowl and the postman twice a week art about the only visitors ollbuta book Entitled Monographs it will contain biographical sketches of Gar rick Macready Rachel and Baron Stockmar These sketches are based on articles published in periodicals many years ago Marion Crawford Cptunt Soderini and Prof Clementi are at work on a life o Pope Leo XIII to ft11 four volumes They possess a great many unpub lished documents whlctf Leo himself gave to Count Soderini for this pur pose It is said that the work will put an altogether dlfferentface on the re lation of the last two popes to tho question of Italian unity Thomas Hardy the novelist recluso and genius lives on the outskirts of Dorchester in a redbrick house fcur rounded by tall treee that hide his house from the curious He dresses ai simply and IndepehdeVtly of fashion as most men of genius have done from tho beginning of history His pet aversion is the wearing of ah overcoat and when the weather begins to be cold he puts on a waistcoat made of sheepskin In the oldfashioned country style Prof Spring a Belgian who has been studying the causes of color In water under various conditions says that If water otherwise entirely pure contains one part of every 10000000 of ferric hydrate an Iron compound it will appear green where the depth is consid erable With less than one part of fer ric hydrate in every 20tOOO000 It will be blue But less than one part of vegetable mold or humus matter in every 40000000 will make the blue tint of water disappear IpIsssIsI ssIseAtTHE WHOLE LOT St4mJ obbOOil l NECK SPRAIN IsSsIi Por Infants anl Cbildren II- USI 4S fir Our Thirty Viar- sI TkskliudYsiHavsAlways8iqkt ThcENtw MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS BLISTER CAPSICUM VASELINE COUNTERIRRITANTA HANDYITALSO INDISPENSABLE CHILDREN VASELINE CAMPHOR ICE SUPERIOR ANYTHING CHAPPED HANDS THSKiNVASELINE COLD CREAM coNomouANDFROMDRUGtISTSRECEIPT CENTS MONEY STAMPS CENTSCHESEBROUGH HIGH CLASS DRUGGISTS ANDOTHERS integlitywhopurest medicinal agents of known value accordance with physicians prescriptions scientific formula Druggists of better class manufacture many excellent remedies but medicinesThey andbestThe earning of living with satisfaction which arises from knowledge of benefits conferred upon their patrons and assistance to medical profession usually their greatest ofFigsare selling many millions of bottles annually to tho well informed purchasers of choicest remedies and they always tako pleasure handing the genuine article bearing the full packageTheyindigestionorovereatingSyrup of Figs they aro to because gives universal satisfaction theimmonseprinciplesofpreparationssometimes oftheimitationstheycustomer preparation under name of Syrup of Figs Fig Syrup which packageheestablishment whether bo large small the dealer resorts to misrepresentation and and deception in he do with other medicinal agents in the filling of happinessICuowingour excellent remedy entirely through the druggists of whom may be purchased every where original packages only regular price of fifty cents per bottle but exceptions exist necessary inform the public of order that may decline return CompanyCalifornia ofdruggists 1 tj A Positive CUFJE Elys Cream Bam quickly absorbed fillet cleanses soothes proqctobe brone tarrh drives away a Cold the Head quickly He stores the Senses IvEt PILL CATARRH EV ctsatDruggistsElyBrothersCJWarronStreetKewYork SICK HEADACHE CARTEISITTLE Positively cured by these Little Fills also rellcro tress from Dyspepsia digestion and Too Hearty Eating perfect rem edy tor Dizziness Kaosea Drowsiness Taste the Monti Coated Tongue the Side TORPID LIVER regulate the Bowels Purely Vegetable SMALLF1LL SMALL DOSE SHALL PRICE CARTE1S Genuine Must Bear FmSimile Signaiure REFUS SUISTITUTES KK ees I s J e Ntprevention e i f d 7 ready ahrayi or forms nrasfchr aches or pitas from lV ej f LUMBAGO RHEUMATISM l S STIFFf to S T It CURES ALIKE WHOLE LOT e iS SSS SSO S THe coy n NuspAy WV j NO TO IT IS FOR TO IN USE FOR ON OF IS IN OR in and the a fair the a tho the is the in outzl and glad sell it it off on the or it or for if one case will so and t for it in at the as it is to the facts in all or Is Gives at Once It It cures Ca and in of Tbey DJ In At A Cod In Pain In Tb AM t1 li cf TIm a Dont 4- Be Nervousladies but get tid of the dis ease which is the cause pfsmost of woman s nervousness viz female trouble 1 was very nervous writes Mrs T L Jones of Gallatin Teno and suffered six yean withevery disease peculiar to nIT sex I had headache backache and acute female inflammation I took three bottles of Cardui anti it cured me I gained 35 pounds in weight I tell my husband that WINE OF PADflhIIuIiIiLIuI WOMANS RELIEF was worth its weight in gold to me antI I recommend ft to all women At aU Druggists WIL DoIJAiS 3S3 SHOESw L Douglas S4OC CUtE ge Line cannot be equalled at anvBrteos t6Iz1affAHUIEIl P 101000 la who anlssraystblsstatsmest HIcooM take you Into three Uree faetorlei it Brockton Mais and show jtou the Infinite cars with which every shoes Ismade you I would realize why W I bouglas Saso shoes east more to make yby they hol theIr shape a greatertotrlnW LDugfaaStinMadShfp2U S2O AaycXeAoeA DrrnZaS23O2t751SOupon barlne WJ Donc y lap shoes Take no subatltoto Nona without his name and price stamped on bottom traiijfWriteTV L DOUGLASBrocktoii Vat THE DOVERMMEUT F fetve absolutely FREB lo every settler One s Hundred and 6i iAcrego5Ian4JuVet eru Canada 14 ftland adjoinIng tlili t5can be parchased front iailwayaimd laud com paniesatfrom6to5iOperacre J- eOnthtslaimdtbls has been wasdIottwenty5vcbuabelsOtwbeattotbeacre Itlsalaothebestofgraziaglsridaiid formnjze4 Ibecontinent I Splendid climate low taxes railways conven bind Vr1teforTwenmIetn and owraIlwayrateatoSdp5RiNntNr naauosortoautborlseiCaaajjpn Agiits f u3iviLLmA3zsLwu 1I1T Ifd t rI fi ir S f d 0 T T i r f 1 i Ti T1 i i i f jr OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY Si PER YEAR IN ADVANCE- Addrej nil communications to TBK OUTLOOK PUIIURIIINO Cu or to JOHN W HONAKEU Owingsville L Ky r Subscribers desiring 1 change ol address should always give previous address when writing- Correspondents1 when out of staV 1 tionerv should mention fact on t i Separate slip of paper 3Nocommission is allowed to nnyV S body on subscriptions TiiB OUTLOOK is sent one yea r for one dollar six months for sixty cent three months for thirtyfive centst SDAY A PHIL 15 IWO tTHU Moro Prohibition people ot Bath county hard i what they vee Oting LIn themselves when they votrd the a Prohibition law lout Septcmbtr Very few of them knew they wer 1vutlng that no alcoholic or intoxi liquid that might be used tt a beverage could be sold bartered loaned or given away oven by drug it gist on physicians prescrip I tions in cases of actual sickness t When they found out the force of f tho law they thought that they could send out of the county and S get what they needed anyhow for family use as medicine But tho I late General Assembly Kentucky in its wisdom cnuctedand thcGov s crnor upprnvtd a billwliich is now 55thiC law thnl nobody shall bring H county where thbProlnbition is in effect any such liquldtho penalty for violation being not leIs than 50 nor more than 100 ex II cept than an individual nifty in on his person or in his personal bnggage not exceeding OHO lIl1n JJ for his own private use Rut li eant bring it in for any one else Here is the law Be it enacted by tlieGcneralAs 1 Bftubly of tho Commonwealth ofl icrKentucky 1 It shall be unlawful for any person or persons individ ual or copor itlonpublic or private j carrier to bring into transfer to r other person or persons carrier or gent deliver or distribute in any county district precinct town or citywhere the sale of intoxicating livuors has been prohibited or may ItIa I act of the General Assembly or b vote of the people under the Local Option luw nnyIpiritunusinoll1 malt or i regardless of the name by which it tWh be called and this act shall apply to nil packages of such in r whether broken unbrokentk i or f 1 Provided individunls may bring i Into such district upon their per f 2 fon or us their personal baggage Y- + j had for their private use such liql s uors in quantity not to exceod one 1 tllciiandprnvIdtd J the provisa 1M inns nftihieact n f druggists or Hpensedjphysicianeto whom any public carrier may de liver such goodsjn unbroken puck JJ ugesin qUAntity not to exceedthc gallons at any one Urns utiec2 Each package of such j iJ 4 piritiioUP vinout malt or other IntoxcaiingUquor regardless of fihename by which It may be cnil 1S t whether broken 6r unbroken i package UroughtInto and trans f rred to other person corporation carrier or agent delivered or dis Wibuted in any Local Option terrl f tiity shall constitute a separate of t F it fenoe c Sc 3 Any person or persons individual or corporation public or yprivute carrier violating the provi qr lfllnns this act shall he deemed 4 i guIlty of violating theLocalOption I iY law and shill be lined nut less than fifty nor wore than one hundred s dollars for each offenseS rScc And the place of the de 1 irynfsuch goods shall bo hed J fi tobe the place of sale Bed 5 Arid nil laws In conflict with this acv ore hereby repealed n I T CbrtRESPQN D ENCE 1 i I I A Moores Ferry t Jack Baty returned home toMen ctfee county week 1tS t Jaraei Atchison and James Otis I 1V 1 orsaItLIck tpeot Sunday here H f 14 with relatives Frank Prather sold tq Razor llM of Sale Lick Saturday ten 640lb cattlo at 4cI r SV 83 Razor went Saturday to 1 n ar Stogpsto Rel pasture foraf 7 h bunch of mules he has SSj Mrs O P Shrqut spent J Friday till Sundayitb her daugh ter Mrii Jeff Highley of the oreto 8it a W I nell The Iflttter has measles 1 Crooks t f iirntoDaveChandterandwLfeI d priL6adeughterS t t Several from Lore attended Court 1 i J 2 in QwiBgByille Monday n tA t Joe Williams was in Louisville r kCk several days last week on business r z Mrs W WNixnnftnd Miss LII 1IriJ c lia Johnson wereinOwIng vJlleSat urd- ay47bbt1iv r HI T Arch U verisiale andvMUs Effle i fiwartzrpf Olympla visited friends 1irmI4iday fo t i frf r Mui GatniWiIiamBon of itiZ OlvBapia IB vlsitlogfteratter Mrs Mary Rethwellfo 1 Mrs Joe Gurus of Sidevi w vis tlitedbelpare nt B F Parker and I f o i wife laft week i IT Parson Nixoa and daughter Mist Carrie of Owingitille visited rsla tiye here Sosday Jti f Si H Johnson and wife of Farm r t trsarsisItgirelalif ot hero and it Peeled Oak tbis week c ui ptJI- I fi S 1 lr7 jh7 a ir lf it I if T Pi t q4 I I S r t drtvf4dFI 0 iaoj a = tor104 1f Tf r 4 4 a Forgo Hill The farroors seem to oppreciuto the nile wenllur the piist week Judging by the way they put in their into Mrs Eliza Williams In visiting the family of W W Williams J B Lindsey nnd wifeofOdessa tipcnt Sunday with relatives hero JHIUPS Goodpn tcr wire and lit wilhrMrs John JBuh Berber re turned last week from the Univer sity Hospital Louisville where shi hnd been for several weeks having ShclIsUppor Prickly Ash eIinltsllY Stone of Lexingtonvis ited his brother It L Stone last wiuk Alfred Carter and wife visited Win Keevesand wife ut Mt Sterling Saturday and Sunday Walter Harper of Lexington vis ited hit parents DaniclHarpcrand wife Saturday night und Sunday E B Stone nnd wife of Owing Jille are visiting R L Stone und wife Mrs E B Stone has wells lee W W Case bought n set of blacksmith tools of F F Tackctt for 25 He opened upQslup near Horsemans store W J Lawson of Steps one Imp leased enough land of Mrs Marl u Burns near Harpers school linus to build a store room on He wi build and open up n dry goods an grocery store lie anticipates bo InC ready for business by May 1 Slate Valley Mrs Martin Jones Is poorly Elder Willhoit filled his appoint SunIJChris Garner wife nnd daughter Lottie visited relatives at Craig Sunday Out of Bevcn children born in the neighborhood of Craigs in the post month there was only one girl IAunt Rebecca Coyle a very old purlllsisJMr and Mrs Sam Shutz wer at the bedside of Daniel Blcvinp of near Olympia who is very sick and not expected to live but n short tipe AMnfricd Sunday April 8 at the gentleIJiss Alice Wilson These Ire worthy young people and we wish them a happy undpropperous jour ney through life StoopsSMrs Tom Warner is improving very sIovIySSome of our farmers have to bacoo plants up- Mrs Mary Baxter ent to visit relatives ut VinchesSer last weekS A W Byrd was in Bourbon und Clark couuiiea lust week on bus fleas eRoy Byrd was nt North Middle town several days lust week on business Mrs Nunnio Byrd is reported getting alongnicLiy in thohotspitul ut Lexington Alarger acreage of oats was sown fn this neighborhood than has bee sown fur years Mrs Ed BrockwayofMtSterling visited her parents J B Carter and wife one day lust week Ben Morgan has been very poor My for several days Ho went t0 Lexington Monday for treatment MrBW A Crock of Winchester and Miss Mary Gillaspie ofWades Mill viited tho family of J H Gillaspie last week MilltThetnve mill near hero has shutdown for lack of bolts John C Hurst bought a yoke of work cattle of George M Filson for 185 Mlppes Lillie and Lula Evans of Hillsboro ares clerking for JivGilmore Jesse Smoot is very poorly with we fear that dreadful disease con sumptionS daughtersYulaand wife this week Everett Barber and wife nee Lut1eThompsonvIs1tedthelatter parents Saturday and Sunday- George M Filson went to the broughtbacktwo horse The family of U CHurst wishes theirkindnessthem during his illness The li tile son of John Williams received a hud wound in the fore head by an ax He is not danger ouly injured however Some of our neighbor boys that went to Illinois to work this sum mer on reaching their destination received very homesick chill hyo 15inch snow which greeted the arrival The boys bought mofe tickets Married at Owin Bville April 4 Mr Sam FiUon to Miss Lucy DickI en They were attended by Mr Luther Davis ard Miss Sulho Raw lings The bride Is the oungeslI daughter of Dr Will one of Fleming countys fairest young ladies The groom is the eldest son of Win Filson and is one of Flemings promising young teachers The happy young couple rank among the best in gnpjal cir bs and have a protniting future jitJi 1JsS 55 llUpper Flat CrooK Miss MiigKie Turley is very sick Mrt i I1u1Ghovcr in BO much improved that she is able to bo out again R 0 Line sold lila tobacco to HUle at 8 and 4u James W Glov er to same at 7IInd 3c The farmers in this section arc taking udvnnlngo of tho fair days to do their farm work which the wet season has caused to be delay ed West End John Williams is sick iKkirlery here Uncle Henry Wills Wits here Slit urdny Dr Tom Young of Yale is visit ing his wife here The few remaining hogs were driven to Owingsville Court day Clint Shultz is trading and buy- Ing material for his fertilizer file torySGeorge II Wilson wrote us that Vernon county Mo had not had u good crop for sevenyears We received the sad intelligence that our old friend Georgo Brown is dangerously ill of pneumonia Richard McClain who wo re ported sick two months ago is still very sick and his recovery is doubt fill IeThe many friends of Mrs Nancy herde to bereavedSII B ArmilHge who has been at the Hospital at Salt Lick for some weeks line recovered to the extent that he will return to his homo in Mcnifee county this week Hillsboro Mrs Mota Fans id improving slowlyMrs James Shepherd is no better of her illness Born April 8 to the wife of Newton Story a daughter Elder Thomas B Howe preached two interesting rcrmons hero Sun day nnd Sunday night Tennleepass- ed through here Friday for Fairview for interment- S A Dowd moves this week to the house he recently bought of R M Rawlings MA Denton to the llpuse vacated by Dowd Rev Rugan wife nnd little daughter of near LexinRtnnFrank Howes and of Mayflville were hero Monday attending the Denton obsequies- At County Court at Morehead last week WT Grain bought three head of 3 yeorold iiortes for 250 i MT Boyd ono Hvd veiirolil horse for 90 T T McRv1icrts4 head of 2 yearold eterrs fr Friday morning tatonre eel veil a telegram Chicag stiog me sra ne 0 his son Lemuel Denton bvi d in that city Thursday a tdock p m His brother M A Ion left Ira mediticly to accompany homo the remain which orjrivcd Monday morning Inlermea Monday even ing in the Hillsboro Cemetery II 0 leaves a father and Ore sisters We extend to them our heartfelt sympathy in the sad hour of their bereavement- S Olympia Mrs lichen Hart is better Uncle Dan Blcvins continues poorly iwprovingBro Dawson has postponed his meeting until June- Mrs J K Jackson was in Win chester one day last week Algin Clerk and MissCathaWil liamson were at Mt Sterling Sun dayMrs Peach Warren went to West Virginia to join her husband Fri day y C H Graves hap here the past week but returned to Alabama SundayBro Daweon of Ml Sterling visited friends here Monday and Tueeday Bro Johnson of Farmers was CamilyThursday Charlie Wright who went to West Virginia luut week has returned home Miss Ballard of Mill Creek vis ited her cousin Miss EUlo Swarls one day last week Miss Jennie McGlothin and her brother Win ofMtSter1iug visit ed their father Sunday BoW A Williams and wife visiteditiilrbrotherPhilipofPrickly and Saturday Will Houston and wirufLouisn rervisiling thelallers sister Miss 9H McGlosson this week Mrs Kate CostiRan andMrsFred Slcsser were guests of friends in Owingsville one day last week WB Swarts and wife of West Virginia are visiting his parents George Swarts and wife this week Mrs Peach Warren and MrsLiz zie Williams were guests of Mra Nannie Wells in OwingsvilleTues day Bro W A Williams who went to Florida for his health returnedhhere Thursday but he go to California soon- JahnThompson 7and wife and two little sons Clyde and Robert who have been in West Virginia for some time are visiting her father G WThompsnn this week Thy expect to locate at Salt Lick soon iN I SpriiiKfiold Mrs Elijah Grovijfc ia vfeiting in Fleming county Mrs Jimcs Aiexiiniterwas in Mt Sterling Thursday Boyd Smathprs sold n pair of mules to Elmer Berry fur 210 T J Fleming sold his tobacco to Mr Kerns of Moorefleld at 7 and 3 cents Mrs Richard Wills of Stoops was the guest of Mrs Haze Jewell Saturday Mrs Lucy Snmthera sold a pair of mulbs to Mr Rullilf of Sharps burg for 250 Virgil Fleming of Carlisle was the guest of Owight Sniathers Sat urday and Sunday Petjblo Thos Hunt sold George Gray a work mare for 70 Bee Gray returned home last week from Marion Indiana Canoe Anderson saId n work horse to David Anderson for 30 Mrs Matilda Woodurdof Scrub tile Ridge visited tho family of Tilman Riddle J A Powell and two diughters visited the family of JV Darnell near Odessa Sunday Sam Woodardwife and daughter Miss Alta visited the familyof Robert Kincaid Sunday Leslie Hendrix wife nnd son Aaron visited the family of Mrs Sarah Ilendrix near Okla Sunday rl G W lUstier and family return Bed to Tippeeanoc City Ohio lust Heek after milking a flying visit- Mrs Joe Reed lund a surgical op oration performed on her hand this week and at last report was doing nicelyThere will be dolly mail from Pebble to Wyoming btRinningMay I which will be of great benefit to the community Samuel Woodard moved to his old home farm last weeknndRuseeli Wnodnrd moved to the house va cated by Samuel Stepstone This week has been very nico grass growing weather Mis John Dunaway is about tluv same with malarial fever Bro Willhoit will preach inSug ir Grove pchonllioine next Sunday Everybody invited to attend 11 D Blevins spent several days lest weekat Olympia with his brother whom he reports very sick Frank Brown left for Cincinnati Saturday night to lay in hip spring and summer stock arid will be gone until Saturday Asa M Crouch spent several days last week at the bedMdo of hip another in Owingsvllle who he reports very Jow with kidney trot ble I J Vuher Tiwy left Sui tit CincinnatI to isit his briIterJuhiu was Is lit wurki there in It dr4gstor Re will be gori ten days ur tu PAshlandThe ladies of Corinth Xhurch 5willgiceafternoon for the benefit ttt the Church Every one is inrittd and asked to bring a big fat lien Re freslimenla will be served fit the pnrtyIL OPayne who has been work ing for Chenuut Orear attSt Sterling for some time js home sick with lung trouble and will have to give up his position itIS expected on account of his sick nes Wo extend sympathy Capt W T Pelfrey has bought and moved into the W J Lawson dwelling house and lot hcrepaying 400 cash for same Mr Lawson moved last Thursday to the Har pers schoolhouse neighborhood Frank Brown bought his store house and ground here paying for same 250 cash and will use it for u warehouse THE SICK Chas Rays baby about the same his wifo hoe ma lanai fever Chas Conley and W B Henry and their families are somewhat better P J Alexander and wife lire some better Mrs Goodpaster and Willis Carpenter are also some better as i Mrs Thcs Karrick CralgsSMrs Mary Sexton is sick Mrs Angeline Tincher is very sickMrs Lizzie Craig has been sick but is better I Born to Mr and Mrs Sid Tine er April 3a boy 1 Thomas McGlothln has been sick but is some better Thomas McGlothin ha3 his new dwelling about completed Mrs Will Tom Sexton is sicklEIi thought to be taking measles Dr ZPlck Wells and family of Salt Lick are visiting relatives hereIBorn to Mr and Mrs Holt War ren April 3 a girltheir first born jfwoodaflaLSOne of Eaph Hattons twin ba bleB is very sick scarcely expect to live Dell Downs of Salt Lick spent Sunday night with relatives ere and attended Court at 0 wings a ville MondayI KiatMartha GoodpasroHenry Gregory who has been down with measles at his fathers n r5SSc- J I r wa DONT FAIL TO GET ONE OF TUFSI3l rDISC HARROWS Oliver Chilled Plows Ball Mitchell Hillside Plows Brown Double Shovel and 2horse Cultivators Superior Corn- Drills American Field FencevBestGheapest Peering and MilwaUkee Mowers Binders and Hayrakes Mitchell WagonsAil Sizes on Hands Full Guaranteed Get our figures on Barbed Wire Wails and Builders Hardware See lOc Bargain Window Each Week E L ByronOwingsville near Wyoming was able to return to his home hero Sunday I 1 Lewis Sexton while working at the ore mines hud the misfortune to mash his hand very badly on finger being washed oil ul the first joint 1lrs Chris Garner who has been fn low with measles and throu- etrouble is so far recovered hs to b able to visit her parents Mr nn 4Irs F F Warren Sunday Married Sunday evening bV Rev Ed Anderson nt his re8idence George Toy nnd Miss Alto Wilson M The groom is a son of Butler To und wife nnd is a prosperous ount former a young man of good mor nhand well liked by everybody The bride is a daughter of Mr lone Wilson and is n very boautl ful young lady Altogether they were ns handsome a couple as one wouldwant to ceo Alter ceremony they drove to the homo of th groom where n host of Iriends arid n bountiful supper awaited theni Congratulations are extended S i ALMOST TRRATBD Two Gcr min were on their way to work when one of thwu lions observed their countrymBnJSchnider on the other cide of tile streco sweeping the walk in front o his unlnnn Adolphj said Huns pointing the saloon manyust look atSchni derdoing his own eohweeping Bv golly ho U der meatieSt und stingiest wan vat isa No retorted Adolph he is not so stingy ns you link lie almost treated me vonce How do you make dot and questioned Huns How could he almost treated you ridout doing it Veil dat happened die vay said Adolph Vone cold mornink I dropped lots SchniderS place und sat me down by der Ore for a little warmness und Schnider was IIcieanlngder bottles from den shelves vipe dem clean und sat dew on der bar den he looked der glasses and did likewise after dot he viped der shelves off und put der clean glasses and bottles back Yen be finished dis vork he looked over to me und says VeIIAdolpbI vat are ve going to yust as I was going to say beer ho says rain or enouSanFrancisco Chronicle LKTTER most WIKOATE Miss Mr Editor On this beautifulSun day evening I will endeavor to give you and the Bath county people in general a faint idea of my home in the faraway South Wingate my present home is situated on the M J KC R R and is a very nice littlo lumbering town the largest lumber plant be ing owned by J R Buckwalter CJf Clnrk county Ky the plant is worked principally by Kentucky boywhn are a jolly set down in the Southern jungles Augusta the county seat of this county is situated on the M JiiK C R R and on Leaf riverwhioh s the principal river in the eastern part of the State rhere are thousands of logs floated down this river to Mossy Point and Scranton which is situated on the Gulf ands the largest lumbering center ofI MississippiSWe have the pleasantest climates the States bordering on theGulf ono coUld Imagine I can truth say that this winter is the the writer has ever experienc snuglyhousedthat we hove in old Kentucky The thickest ice was not more than one fourth of an inchwith no snow al vII The time is now 1ttheir geen leaves the flowers are n bloom and the time is here when the pretty young damsels and their- entucky and Alabama escorts can o violet hunting rest and tell the 1uuderolka W R MAXSFIELP c g yt Jr IiJ J ji rr Born Sunday to Walker Ilorse nshingtonBranch i Tho fore part of last week wane beautiful but the latter part not eo pleasant However the farm ers got in much plowing tTo Whom It Hay ConcernI Notice is hereby given that hav dinx been elected and qualified as Treasurer of Bath county I line established my office in banking nnklngCOlOpuny will be at all times ot said place ready to discharge the duties en curabent upon me ag Treasurer JAS W SHANKLAKD- p Treasurer of Bath County Owingsville Ky April 10 HJ icipEIiish ice ininy quantity atfpw prices ry at tny time during week and until 8 cJQck a m Sundays Ice can be secured for sick people at anytime- p Telephone2iC REIDy Owingsville Ky NOTICE Of First Meeting of Creditors In the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Kentucky In Bankruptcy In the matter of John W Dawson Bankrupt To the Creditors of John W Daw Soil of Owingsvllle in the County of Bath and District aforesaid a Blink ruptNotice Is hereby given that on the Sd day of April A D 1906 the said John W Dawson was duly adjudged a Bankrupt and that the first metI- ng of his creditors will be held at my office In Owingsville Kentucky on the 25th day of April A D 1BO5 nt 10 oclock in forenoon at which time thn said creditors may attend prove their tlalnia and elect a Trustee and attend to any other business relating thereto Ii tiers answer ed unless stamp enclosed REUBEN GODGELL BankruptcyOwingsvllle MY FINE STALLION King Wilson will make the season of 1006 nt the Jerry Whitton farm onequarter of a mile below Sherburne iu Bath court tyKyatSTEN DOLLARS to insure a living colt morley duo when colt is weaned mare parted with or bred to another horse a lien retained on the colt until season money is paid KING WILSON was sired by Wil sons old King 1st dam Bess by Ew Ings Montroso Chief 2d dam by Wilsons old Kentucky Chief 3d dam Kate Walker by Belfonnder Montrose Chief was sired by old Clark Chief Ifro 1st dam by Red mons Valentine i 2d darn by old Montrost Old King was the sire of Glorious Red Cloud who made the season of 005 at 200 King Wilson Is a half brother of Glorious Red Cloud JTThe Outlook and dail Louisville Post one year for 385 t i 0 7t t j r 4It r o S1S5 r 555 ff t THE FINE YOUNG STALLION r E AMERICAN QHIEFI i i Orueuf the host horses In the State will make the season of 190Jut iffy X place Itlversidoat the mouth of Big Flat Creek Until county l rr Ten Dollars to Insure a Living Golty AMERICAN CHIEF wits sired by Old Show KInff ho by Harrison Chile he by Clalk Chief Iud he by Mambrlno Chile Harrison Clllefa 1st dam was Lute by Jo Downing a model show marc ICings 1st drim by Parsons Abdallnh he by Alexanders bdnllah the sire of Goldsmith Maid Kings dam Is also tho darn of Red Cloud Kings 2d dam washy Wells Yellow Jacket Kings 3d dam was a flue Virginia maro American Chiefs 1st dam by Simmons Boy 17517 siren by Simmons 2744 record 228 1st dam Bllnklo by Harps Mambrlno lie by mbr1110fChief II 2d dam LoiiRback by Woodford sire of tho darn of 4 IyjImportedAmerican Chiefs 2d dam by Bruce McGregor he by RoblMcGregori the sire of Creccus 3d darn by Kentucky Chief he by Old Indian Chief the sire of Richelieu and Red Cloud Old King was the sire of Glorious RellCloud thehlgiJcstprtcrg eld lug In the world He is the sire of the dam of Montgomery Chtef winnoC iof championships at Louisville Nashville ImllrtnapolJs Ciuijw y ChIcago and St Louis Ho is thus the sire of tho dlllIlol1tg ln Chliif and full brother of Bourbon King who won the champlonshlpiat J Louisvillb and State Fair at Lexington last fall f pinweighs 102c lbs and Is four years oldITERMSTon Dollars to Insure a living colt Money dH when colt comes maro parted with or bred to another hjyrJff Lien retained on colt until service fee Is paid Every pre lu non taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur j ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN GOLD PREMIUriS will be given for the two best colts One mare arid one horse The money will be equally divided owners of tho colts to select the Judges The colts must be shown the first Saturday In October 19O7 at my DlaceRIvorslde Bath county Ky opposite Sherburne k Address Riverside R F D No a Box 72 Sharpsbiirg Ky v JAMES W HOUSED LAND FOR 4 l As agent for Mrs Bettie L Howard I havein my hands for stile flbotit SOO aercRJr y of hill landadjoiningthe lands ottIe Qlyjn X plan Springs Co BUd G T Einbry whIch IStwill sell as a whole or in parcels to stiiPthG yr purchaser This land would make a very J desirable sheep ranch Gallon or address nie at O liigs414t THsII 4 Ky T LAfEV t AUCTIONEER If you want the services of an ana tloueer call on me Terms reason able GEORGE H GUDQELU Odessa Ky BOX SUPPER tMaybe used to a e around and beautify the graveyard at that place We e the far and near to at tend with boxes prepared for the oc caslon The young men are likewise Invited We l this box supper to mark a tribute of respect to the love d ones that have The Sn Lick brass baud Is cordially invited JOHN ATCHISON General Manager OLIVER P SHBOUT Treasurer JoHj OTIS Secretary RoBTSoBBKii4 d B W SHROUT Committee TREESPLANTS Fur the springof 1906 the Blue Grops Nurseries offer a full stock and ornamental trees ever greens shrubs strawberries grapevines small fruits rhubarb aspar agus etc We employ no agents Strawberry and general catalogues on application to H F HillenmeyerSons Lexington Ky I thfrz Saldor TAXES Monday May 4 The following property will be sold at the Court house door in Owingsville or taxes as stated Peters Jns colored house and a521Sallie n 7 dt v u t g iRoseniODf Stock Farnfe 1906 f Having lecldedtliB besf Is none too good fur OIrcountr have lchalfd tire highest class horde iwas over In FlemingSrycounty to head inyutud A Grand Snow Horse ziA Horn Trotter ARION HARTtTB- ythe wonderful ARION rHoldarof the worlds record ut two years old 2104 and fouryearolil record 2 7J Also record ot sell Ing for more money than any other horse ever sold Iorb this country 125000 Ho is also sire of 27 in the lIstlncludlngNleo20874FanelJaI Roberts 2rl2 Lomb 214 fi etc His sireELECTIONEERslreofIInth list including Anon 207 r Suno- l20BPaioAito1O8jf J A RIONS djm byNutwood2lS3Ssire of 173 III the list lIiehldlngltau tiger 2Oaj audcf dams of2C8 t 1 ARIONIIARTfligt- eat B fled WilkeVttnt Jaif50 000 sire r f I3iuc1udIuig Ralph iiWilkes 200 Ithnrlal 209iBlanch Louise 210 etc sire of the dams of 177 including ClllerldJe200 Co sonda 203Ji Snl1loler2OG Dr Madara 2u8 Burt Olliver 208 Kingmoud 200 Wulnut flail 2OSS etcSARION HART3 secojd dam by Mainbrlno Patqlien siro InhlBday He sled the nobleMniri brim King the sire of more trotters iir2I0 list than any horsp livIng or dud including Lady of the Manor 204M Lori Derby 205 f HelrHt Liiw205Ji anti flvejiipUiers in this ilist and seventyfour 230 or bet tsrS SS ARION HART is a beautiful red bay JCS4 hands high fOl1r yelrs old this spring with plenty of nod extreme action Hewlll mnke the stilson of 1906 at- m p1a olltilleerloY price at FIFTEEN DOLLARS- To insure n living colt Mphey autoPwhen colt comes or the rnnre Is part J ed with or bred to other stock and alien retained on the colt for seasOn money Care taken to vput acci dents hut nortlspolIlbllitvnssumel1 f should any occur JA S U DAY iij Rose nont Stock FarnI- Ut4T4SBORO P e KY- i rNV ifJ 4 iIiS r t ITt J rf SS57s t 1 t