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Digital page images are linked to the text file. to AI 0 Y I0 Jt i kVM If F JI i L11 11 lr 4 4 liH V 1 r ktcdot tI t t l l4 1 lebim ie 1 vr t 41 ig5 i U 4 1o i t tuinLtflillr IIIIO k f i r- v 7 it e VOL xxvii OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 191906 NO 40 zI 1 m l j S J j 1 1 V I 11 0 r a b J 4 tsp aI i I e J jI e t s e I I 0 1 il 1 tt i 4 4I9 t l i 1 tt 1 tff o4 1 to j f1t J J r i iC ii 1 tC J zI 4 i 7 i r l y J r The bluegrAEB grew rapidly lnst week 4 S Caster Sunday wits of traditional coolneis c There ha ben a good deal of FIspring 1 Most of the townspeople got their gardens planted last week Philip William void a mule to tee Steele for 11250 Wheat Is looking unusually well and promises n splendid cropp4 W wlllbuy your rag carpet ROTUERrI qa Brother Brother fell the W L j I Douglas 250 3 and S350 shoe Bring yellow ticket No 17G1 and K Cet LatXAck tt Jlefllina Racket itore 4lJOhn A Thicker bought a rauU E 1 4100 of Jesse Hampton lust week for EiWO have eboes for everybody r Come and see before you buy BROTHER do BROTHER iJJr t 4 C Holraan Rice bought of Lewis Barber two yearling mules at 75 tIf each Thii is the time of year to have tiY4n E OUTLOOK job ollico print your loreo and jck hills and cards 1 L We have clothing in stock to fit f th big menIBUOTHEUuik1t The correspondence received X+ Tuesday morning hid to be cut t1 down fur lack of epace this week r t Nearly everybody but you lies a 4lb buggy cheapESTIUHUNAKRR 4 11 Look at our 35c carpet when you Reed good carpet for the money 4 BROTHER fc BUOTHCK Omar W Bitrber Attorney at IJ Law and Surveyor Office in Court t house JuneS t Eatill Honaker Co jeell every v rlitklagJa the buggylineattheIuw J Ieli yu get ready rorI fourcirpet or tnnttlngsaeoUrothor 4 3othcr They have just received a 1 t t Fra nnbtiy1up todnte suit or JIH hatK and tinier ihr Titff euJruthtrli VClu L Yyngt pui1ftL ir ilUCl ti uedtgur t9I 1 Hrd at 10 Jc lL it yIkd jjf1PuK SALE0nethorlhorll huh old SCREGGJziL Ky ITl1fN wuuconsiderAb1e frost pellchkI v f nm Dr w OMclntire of Carlisle will lie at his former office in Owr c ingsvilie for one week beginning April 23 and he will be here the Jlast week in each month thereafter I When yoiTcomo to town to buy your spring goods com in and sec whnt prices we caR nmke you on- t sour druIloodl clothing shoeu- ctC Vowihl be glad to ihtuw you BROTHER ik BROThER e CLARKWILUAMSOK Eld e r B I H ROil performed the wedding cerenony Sunday afternoon in the Iroad in front of hie house for Al LvIn Clark and Mica Catherine ViI Iiafflon who were seated in their i buggy It was intended that the wedding be kept a secret but the news got out somehow The coup f le ie from the Olympia section BEFORE TUEBOARDJudgoJameR iifiif W Lane J J Netbitt and Judge appearit1 MUM why the Bath county tax ai0 PY M e should not be raised twen prriTheyj1g1Fe ID tO per Cents on lands and I and ten per cent on town low MT STERLINQ COUBT There wag auneiuallf allattlntlance at Mt terhIngCourt Monday Few auJuere offered Cattle wero- 1extrenely high the bent being held I eliffly at5c and some being sold at I proIc J pairof lules for 385 The Ell ingtuo bought a pair of mules for bougbttentsteer at jam Lath m and Collie Moore j bought fourteen heifers mostly by the fiead paying 46 for ont f SPRI1cGCLOTHiWhJOU are I 34ready to buy your spring suit bat V hoi shirts collars lies suspen krtunderwearetc plxaieremem- Ui er that I have one of the nicest oelllo11uch goods to be foand Ja town 1 bve boold atftekall new and up to date far aes youths and boysi n any 4Halliy I will make prices lest thaa say eeJ e can because 11iYeJxpemie to make Give mt year Measure for one of Wana anker 4Ilr alfKllor Blade sult9i atlifoQlMiH guaranteed Try me sad IUtve10u money iz t JiHES GILLOH j iP44 f r I D eS 3J Ir PERSONAL Mrs n SKstill wont toClllclllnntl last week John II Salmons went to Carlisle SaturdayTom of Mt Sterling was in town Friday LoxlugtonW A Young of Jlorebead was here Tuesday LexingtonFrlduy FridayfromJohn A Tlnchcr was in Mt Ster liuj Thursday on business Arthur Marklund WitS In Winches ter Wednesday of lust week Miss Julia Elliottwent to visit rel u lives in Carter county Saturday Miss autile Da wson has ncccpted a powltiou with Brother it lirothtri frn Tames Pen Melon of Paris visited rehitives here the past week lloyse Allen and wife of Millers burg canto the pst week to visit the latiera mother Mrs J B Hughes south of town br D Furls went to Carlisle Sat urday to visit his daughter Mrs W O Mclntire Ray Patterson of Winchester petIt Sunday with his wire at Mrs Utllo Allenu James L Stephens spent Easter with friends near Julmson Junction Flemln county Loxingtfldaughter Mis Strader- Cummonwealtird Attorney Alex Conner uttenued Circuit Court in Mt Sterling lust and this week byDrton Thursday for medical treatment PricklyAshJhrifty Ituwaii county from Saturday till Monday Mrs Lou Pratman left last week to visIt Mru Bert Daniel of ltSterhug and Mrs C O McAIister of Lexington dunghtercame Monday to visit James Don aldson and wife MM Jones and two children who spent the past winter with her sister Mrs Thus L Darnell returned buno Louisville Monday Chas Snedegur niul wife nee hannah Kltzpitrluk have romoveU frum Slate AvenUrt in Dr W O Mc Intirux housa on Coylu Street Guns Bristlier lately wilh ti Van Derail Hardware Co of LexlTttton has iiccepttI d It position ltiChie iant AO Heir in Mt Sterling MrL Thjo rLif itIftown riuiriHd rhUMitnj sfi iJ4 rsriesUelIqMiss Lotilsu Guilpell came home rtoIlttttiil wife returning to doluol Tiled lay Mrs O W Horiaker U cirivnlei cent from a severe ntttck of the uiuitslos Tim nummnu uiiildrau In town who hued the dipeaso art Ren erally over It Johnson M Atcliisim and family ro reuiiving this week fiom HUM mtojlghIitfttbuck to tow n ciliZHiiship Mrs Annie Richards and Mrs It juiuuRevrevival in Ijoaislauu and will no irom tlitre to Corsica Texas MIls Hattla Sachrust had us guests last vfaak liar mother Mrs M V liostulti and Mrs Morgan of Jar tide Hilt mather and family will remove shortly to New York City Mrs T H Brown and lltllo daugh ler Irene went Monday to Carlisle to vidlt her hither Col D S Trum bo and wife Mrs Trumbo is Ill and ColTrumbo is able only to bu about the house from his paralytic stroke rdA N Crooks an J baby daugh tel Mary Robertson returned lining Thursday from a visit to her parents sharpsburgcompanied her returning hums Fri day Mrs John Scott is with her sister Mrs Wilson at Paris having been called there lust wtlk to attend the funeral of her nephew Tops Wilson aged 22 who was crushed tadealh between two freight cars nt Stfiou is Mo James Gllloti removed from the Home Telephone Exchange to Mr Gillons residence on east Multi street Perry Flora and wife removed to the Exchange and nro now oratlng It A N Crooks and family removed train the Qlllon residence to JudcoJ A Ramseys residence vacated byT6rry Flora Among those at Mt Stnling Monday were Seth BottsJno Scott Nathaniel and John Mnrklund Riley Chandler Sam Latbram Fletcher Crouch Samuel Jones Dr A W Waldeu Brother Jas T Peters Wmr FfMarkI1stlllB- Obt Wells AN Crooks atd wife John A iinclier Walter Coyle Go toTlI Perry k Co for paints and wall paper cheap 403t Begins Racket Store is the place to buy your spring suits and shoes Estill Honuker I Co guarantee their buggies and make their guar jantoe good- SOLDIACKVm Alcbuon went to Lexington Thursday to deliver to JF Hart Sutton of Jes sawinG county a coming 3year old jack that be sold for something over 200- DEATH OF MRS ANGELINHTS- CIIEaMrsAngehineTlncher widow of Frank Tinchcr died Sunday nipbt of congestive chill at the home of Martin Sexton at Craigs She wns aged 78 years The burialS took place at JO oclock morning the Old Virginia grave yard She leaves one son Ambrose Tincher of Lexington who came Mpnday to attend the burial Dc ce8BfidijvasaT8i8ter of the late SbY mbafWrijhi r t + Uil I iTY 4 Mite RCBECCA COTLES DEATH longbeenand partial paralysis had a second IntllldiedThursday morning Funeral eervico were held at Slate Valley Christian Church at 230 p in Friday by Elder B F Parker alter which the interment tookplace at theCoy le burUI ground on Washinglon Branch The pall bearers were Walter Coyle George Norris John JCoyle Andy Coyle J A Barber and W Honukor Deceased was n daughter of Tboslincahllnd was born May 14 1815 near the mouth of Prickly Ash Sho was reared there anti afior her marriage to Jas Coyle lived in the same neighborhood ill some time in the scvcntieswhen she removed to the home wher she died She was the lust survivor of n large family of children which included Elizabeth wife of Win Warren Polly wife of John Warren Jennie wifeof Frank Knox Palsy wife of hick Craig An drew William Samuel and Thorn as KincalI full sisters and brothers and Oliver Park and Arteoie sia wife of Ja Arnold son and daughter of the mother and her second husband Mr Park There were born to James Coyle and wire the following children Geo W Andrew K Win U Jag B Mary widow of Albert Norric Margaret wife of James V Barber Martha who WitS the widow of Omar Horseman and if now the wife of John S Bailey and Thomas Gcorgs Viiliinn and Thomas are dead The bal alice livq in the Prickly Ash Nay lop Branch and Forge Hill nfigh horhoode Her husband died in 1853Mrs Rebecca Coyle was 0 gentle motherly wornanand lived a useful blameless lifo She was devoted lo her home and fllmlly whilst comfort and interests were her chief euro Of an even tempvraincnt and kind ly cheerful nature she WitS lved as a friend ami neighbor arid per haps never knew what it was to have an enemy or to incur by any suet the resentment of ahyruie She outlived all the friends and as fociiilcs ttl her ynuih and witnessed thc I trulflCurn inn of n practical wilderness ikr j thickly set tied comwunuy wbere fsinnll farms are the rule and neighbors src close together to tuakelh bihi11t alumni like the etruelS of villaiei lA shin r i it ilujii thef prim vnl fllrtliill cuvercd the greii5er putt of thu conntryjiiid it was she fottkrs task lrrid ilif ground of timber lorder tl culti vate It Nnw in any of ihiu farm ors in tint section hick timber for Wllldrfllltrlthetrys development during Mrp Coyle6 long life Three of her sons went into the Federal army during the great Civil war nd re turned home at its close tier lilt tcr years were apparently very happy until she received paralyt ic stroke few years ago and afco Buffered from a tall Her children and numerous grandchildren paid her loving homage and gave her tender rare during her illness Now in their loss they have tho fynipnthjvnf many frionds i REMOVED Tn LEXINGTON James SK Ron went to Lexington Sunday afternoon to accept a position with the Lexington Herald at a luau pome salary Mrs Ross and little daughter Julia Gardner went at noon Monday to join him They will stop at a boarding house there Until they can secure a residence to go to house keeping in James Ross went to work in TilE OUTLOOK office in the summer of 1803 He was then only ten years old He has been regularly in our employ ever since until last Satur day evening He hail more than a years experience as printers devil in the Opinion ollico prcvi ous to engaging with TIlE OUTLOOK from the first he was industrious and reliable and learned rapidly In time he bicamo an excellent printer being the most rapid com- pOsitor we have ever known and an expert all around printer for the facilities at the command otIt small country job otllce lie was given the foremanship in about 1899 be being then only about 16 years of are Ho became local cor respondent for the Louisville Times about seven years ago and gradu ally added other papers to his Hat until he represented here the Cou ne Journal Cincinnati Enquirer TimesStar Lexington Herald and a number of others occasionally in the larger cIties throughout the country lIe had built up quite a hews bureau with correspondents in the mountains of Eastern Ken tuoky Our relations with him were noways of the most agreeable character and we valued him high ly as an employe and friend How ever he felt that the field was nec essarily too contracted here and as he was ambitious and enterprising he accepted an offer of the Herald with prospects of advancement Tan ODTLOOK parted with him with sincere regret and wishes him the utmost success In his new field He ani hill wife wife have unnuci bored friends here and in the coun ty and dl were sorry that they coucludgfi to leave Esti Honaker do eveiythiog in Vrtoksmith work at the lowest darts at figures thut Litittrnptyou 6 h ffe p = r s b4 asJE1 x v- alNw lL 1Our Hr Coons has returned from the city with a line of new and befoundDross Goods till materials Silk of till kinds Wuisthigs cmbdy and plain Carpets Mattings and Rugs Bleached Underwear Fancy Neckwear Belts and Stockings 1 4TO CLOSE OUT conE AND SEE THEM That sold at 2 225 and 250 we will close out at A ti LETTXR FIIOt NILK M Apiil 8 1JOB Editor ofl JUT LOOK KyYo will uodlluhcd y be urprifed In iear from this wandering Kiitir but tievorthelces tuiruck happen 1 have resigned Ii tieR 1 held fur iic HrreHU of ustu 11uuuttMttiiI in thieiiuber u44cc t his foiriiirV 4s quho a boom iht Uui t 111 l sut The Great will be built through ibis b d Milwaukee will iiin n line few Killed of this place VKA Ihl SoOOOOO ft 1 the are plentiful nn T there were hundreds of ncr i cant land three years ugh qua untied with settlers utile uhi Tuis is an o ducing nuts tire selling at SI 75 per hundred The suppo itiun now is that it will be neces sary to havo ut least 20000more laborer Quite a number of teen left Great Falls for Seattle loTwork on the ducks and lat lag new streets Now they are culling for men up In Canada and have what they call men rustlers in every town hiirini taco for anti Canada Wages on public work lre225 to S3 per day for common laborers Ve hud a severe snow storm here the latter part of March and clock seemed to suffer a great deal InS the mountain the snow was feet deepand on the plains it was about twentysix inches I have known the mercury to be clown to 38 below zero hut stillIcan stand the cold here better than in Ken tucky Last February a crowd of boys anil girls went miles to a dance in an openlop rig and the next morning when we were ready to start for home it was 28 below zero I will send fur I am definitely located which will be in about three weeks I may ontinue to contract or I may take a position us on the railroads Both jobs are subject to my refusal Anyone desiring to abandon the Bluegrass State and think this country would suit them I will be glad to Resist them anyway possible Best regards to my friends I am very yours GUY U RATLIFF Dlivld V La grew of Salt Lick Bath county and Mise Stella Parker who lived on North Liroeftono btrcet Lexing ton were married at Salt Lick where Miss Parker was visiting friends Mr Lagrew was formerly engaged in business here with JR Clark at 313 Bolivar street Mr and Mrs Lagrow will reside at Suit Lick Lexington Herald The ia 6on of Joseph Lagruw of the mouth o f Caney Creek on upper Licking riv er See Salt Lick items f To ADVERTISERs Advertise iwho are running ndg witliout specified number of insertions w please notify us on or when they wish a change or lids This is very bejpreparedspace rrv n I f J J othing Shoes Hats Shirfs Ties I FOP Dressy People II iI00 prs mens ladies shoes I BBG LOT OF HATS them 50c and 75c each SSLESSERJOwiiiffsville Main Street Kentucky Owingsville twoyejrstindu Forestryuni zuiiitip4Jnu tJorUlcnrjilf upprouriated fCIIIiIiuuiigrants excellentScouiitryiind WashingtonCalfornia thirtyfour TtlEOrmooKafter timekeeper respectfully lAQBEWPARRER bridegroom Thursday discontinued 4S C t LnTTlZIC toM GlKNKLDElt K 91April S 10015 Eacloeid find draft fur twn dtllaro please mxrk iae up acuurdiiigly It liif been Minie time since you heard from inrun letiul help but v Yuunhtitt it hew tluin liii of uppre uintinn of your AVflitmie vi itorTiiK OUTIOOX it liritig hie n little nexvs try veek ttrt otherwise I himhl 1nutLetitr ATritjnsi e at be depenflad o1ot5W Inits t iuegligeiu lien tuin e Itt think vfatMihii jvrjtes of the thjngs ihit the editor Cull TUB OUTLO K hi8 been a source nf pleasure to me tow for twenty yennnll of which time I have been ii Kntitiie bu thitiga Ken tick Ian tulle cnkt forget lug old hweS tit tt lom town county utld nbure till jtild fricndi sad asanciite and without tho aid of Tuc OUTLOOK or sonjoother equal source one would be blank to Ihe many changes that tire inking place all the time So you SLfthougb I am absent in bbdy lam still present inspirit It has been one year since we left Marshall county anil located in this Jewell county VearelOO mites west of our old home in Marshall comity und like it here finely This is a good county for wheat hog alfnlfn horse und lust but not least thc Kansas lien who does n thriving business hertJoor the lasl 2or 3 yearsJcwell has held the record in Kansas on corn alfalfa and the product of the hen These are only a few of the lending pro duels in fuel anything that one wishes to grow in the ground or on top of the ground does well here Well to sum up the mailer this is nn allaround country for the bus ines man profeesoror farmer all are prosperous Land is highnd advancing Ve have had good crops fur tho put three years and good prices So there is general contentment and all seem to be en joying a reasonable ree of pros perity I will ring off for the pres ent hoping to greet you again in a year or so 1 remain Yours truly JN SOURELL MRS WM C HALLS DEATH A dispatch from Sharpsburg states that Mrs Alice Hall wife of Wm C Hall died of measles last Monday at her home near Sharpsburg Her husband three sane und daughter survive her Mrs Hall was aged about 48 years and was a daughter of Sanford Doyle having been born and reared on the headwaters of Naylors Branch The family have THE OUTLOOKS sympathy in their sorrow FICKLE WEATHER The weather from Wednesday until Saturday was irreproachable On Thursday and Friday it was really of n sum mer temperature with bright sun shine and balmy breeze from the South But on Saturday afternoon it began getting cooler and since then overcoats and winter tires have been necessary for com fort v BUILDING RE IDFNCFK e 03 Richards tins begun building a res jdenco on the lot he bought of his onIand Dr W O Mclntires late res Jdsnce 650 mens blue serge suits all wool now only 3tajHeQinj8Uacket Store L r Less THAN first cost I RELIC OF CIVIL Vt uiDuivtcu j Garner who lives at the Jam Warren farm on tues Rim while IIbnUkthe army liirlngtheC7ivil warAboui tonye rs ago Joseph Vellsnowdt ceasetl living on the samtrliti8ev whileldigging poHi6U ifduiulj u number ofsuch iiiirkles antisil diurs Drasa buttons at the c me i iiiit n AnihtertfSlifwBtiryf1 t10CoIlnwiDuring the Civil wm JuuriVar renkepl u tuveruiet his inpivjich became ii place oTresori tur iiat part of tHu cotirty bun th n it number of Federal ier irsu callljlut about Sail LcK nru party ut lIomtrGuard wet at Vr rtiiii tavern Tho Home Guards were held rather in contempt in those days by the regular soldiers As the two hostile parties became heuteil witli their drinking quar rel arose that ended in u regular battle When the emoko cleared awny there were six dead Federal soldiers The survivors in order to keep down a milhury inquiry line lily dug a trench in the creek husk buried the bodies anti on their u turn to on rap uPnrted their CUll rades as swung the niising UIILYJ WilsonofGrefn InlGMiss eaw the notice of Woo large family in it St Loui paper and writes tluii Jack Harmon living between Sherburne MI Concord Church on the Jlaysvilleit Sterling turnpike in Fliming county twentyfive years ugohnd Iwen tyfour children bytwo mnrriagesr FIN B M uszcThe music resitai at the Court house by Mrs Princess Long of 1arip last week was much enjoyed ban audience of medium size It was given under the auspices of the lady members of the Presbyterian Church b ttho ex penses left onlya small margin of profit Janice Bascom and Sam Atchi Bnnhfo the only fishermen wo have heard of who profited by the beau tiful weather last week Tney caught good strings of newlights and perch WOODS AFIRE Large forest Ores in the mountititifl southeast of this town were apparently doing much damage lust week hut were ex tinguished by the rain Friday night and Saturday FOR HENr75acre olucgrue posture with good fence and plenty of water on Flat Creek Address MAUK TUOMAS R F D No Sharpsburg Ky T M Perry Co have a large line of wallpaper which they reselling cheap- Wallpaper in burnlps lincrusta stripes and florals ut T M Perry Cos- To Whom Itflay Concern Notice is hereby given that haying been elected and qualified us Treasurer of Bath county I have established my olDce in bunking ollico of tho Owingavillur Bunking Company Myself or my assistant will bo at all times at said place ready to discharge the duties on jjumbent upon me as Treasurer J JUi W SlIANKLAND Treasurer of Hath CnuntIOwingsville KyztP1i V J r r EUGENE MINIHAN itMakes the best 4 nAND MADE SADDLES and HARNESS 1HANDam StlIIl1 ititftIa EUGENE MINIHAN 4 Owingsville PIi RACKET STORE We have our Spring Goods now on JCall and get our prices and we L will save you money 1 IScMens j25oLadies 3 8TMensMens Cotton Jacket 35 23c 3Bnxe Tacks 5w IQbChildVVmskDrnwerfeachMens UndershirlfDrawero 2520c Tobacco hues PSc J3oLacoLadies Sun Shades 25o 1ratis Lice Kilisr can lOc CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W HEFLIN TT Ji Good Baiting And CooKing are dependent on the Ran e getannge that always works never balks that bakes perfectly en oven rack ant oven bottom that sm qU JET tte915nea the tduraphant socccss of more tSao ii t rV experience la 7 t t2IY r tad wony StroatrDd durable 1 aol IrLrg hijU t1A re oven with lewd Patent Twopiree tCo warping amOaJ t 1J tIr j 5 rc t with Jewel Duplex Grate for bard or soft coal To txOUOQu reverse grate Fire Box takes 21 inch woodSPerfect flue tjtteai distributes heat ereolj arpuml ores so ttrttvouget quick r4au2t Call oil tee them and huc dealer explain the manpother features More th n 3800000 Im ramd fttd- sold Look for Trademark and name Detroit Work largest stare plant ia the world POR 8AL8 BY JE L A T BYRON OWIEGSVIILE Kr I liil gy 2 i- mt Giif Glass uTOBACCO MAKKET Si t u r ciuuy Evening April HThe leif tobacco market this week itS a rue was not utssaiislacttryuss last wee- klhtre r was It scarcity of color in the I offerings of new Burley and the proportion of the latter grades was ISIhoningcentago of the offerings were soft or dwublf ul condition The weather has been favorable to the plant which are reported well ad vanced The best price fur new Burley during the week wise 24 Offerings of new Burley was very heovybui the quality was only fair with a smaller proportion of finer gradee than lust week There was a noticeable scarcity of enlist and the condition UelU rule was un at isfuietorya great dealof the U bncco hieingsoft or in doubtful order caused by the warm wuuher An easier tune was noted for t m mnn red smokers while red tipur common red leaf were firmCutil petition for good and fine leaf WH not so much in evldenc as last week and they were quotably low c A f 1 j i 9 Ky little short gives ckandsatisfactorilyresultsfromr a L traOrdtz4r41V Jw Stove J A rn JG POWER T Watchmaker mt 4 and Jeweler m Oaiiswi11e Watches Clocks rI1GraphophoD8S and Records m For Sale ut vjjBargain lHetairing a Specialty r1 2l t tr Irrejjulaiity characterized cow mon colory smokers and etrippen1 Iz while the bright jjndrs he I yrnng l at about last weeks r 0 Only n few hogsberids orOiU Ur Icy were offered The quality was generally inferior but prices for t till grades ruled fairly firm Cour ierJournal i x v SheriffSsSa 1TAXES i ti Monday May w The following pr pert hc will be s1IJ at tls house door in Dwingsvilla for taxes as stated J4 Peter las colored iuuiie and i1I in OwiogsviV 1JOI f52 IItt 1JOo S3gOL LOlTsv S B c t 7t j- Ii L p t 1 JT tAj J WlIFt 0 fZ 4I r I Ri f 5ft4 r rfS ZLt0 s e t VHSZTT t 0 f ft R i- 1 Owingsvilie Outlook fOUTLOOK PUB fr Publishers I OWTNGSVtLLE ENTUCKY Telephones are being much used In t largo coal mines In some eases where the galleries penetrate tar from the shaft 01 mouth of the mine the telephone systems are quite elabor I ate Butt extensive The Germans spend on drink in a year about 700QOOOOOO which is throe times the cost of the army anti- navy combined or seven times the cost of primary education to the coun Stry anti almost equals the national t debt 4 The British government stands to lose its naval reserve unless it changes 1 lecent regulations which require 28 Ijtl consecutive days service at sea on a battleship each year As most of tho i men are engaged In liners and other 1eagolng vessels this gives them the choice of leaving the reserve or losing lit their ships lion Frederick Holbrook of Ver mont who recently passed his 3d birthday Is the only one of the fa mous war governors now surviving lIe stood with Govs Cmtln of Penn t sylvania and Andrew of Massachu setts as one of the stanchcst support f4 ers of the Lincoln administration when It most needed such support as 1icy could give A simple game of cards played re cently In Budapest by a Hungarian mid an Armenian merchant resulted in 1000000 changing hands For 48 hours the two players sat at a small table in Cafe Now York and though I hundreds of people passed in and out of the place but few were aware that n great fortune was slowly but surely being passed across a small marble top table American newspaper men rejoiced In tho good fortune which lately betel Sir Alfred Harmsworth the enterpris 4 ing English editor and newspaper pro prietor who made a tour of this coun try mitt year The good fortune con sists in the peerage bestowed upon him by King Edwatdas a mark of rec 4 ognition for the distinguished service tho former has rendered to Knglish t journalism t Icelanders have a strange but effec I thc plan for preventing horses front straying away They tie the heat of ono horse to the tall of another and the heat of this to the tall of the for 1 mer In this state It Is Impossible for the horses to move on either hack 4 ebwarti or forward If disposed to move at all it will be only In a circle and I even then there must he mutual agree q meat to turn their heads the Fame way t One of the remarkable things about J baseball is the scarcity of accidents 1 to players In the two major leagues I alone there are ball players play rlng170 days a year at least and yet Jot if even one is hurt It is heralded all t over the country There are perhaps h 1000000 people In the United States4 who play ball of some form every day j from April to the middle of October and at the least estimate there arc 4000 games of ball played every day in summer and the terlous accidents Idonot average 25 to the season 5 beIn the last fiscal year Great Britain tough goods from the Jihlted States worth 56nOU SftLandjsWiltn us HIt thoIi country 4tNtirewas a decline Compared with the p111proceding years th being f yjiuciiiju4jrf Inr1etiUtll Whatwe t received from Greiit Britain were mainly manufactured Articles The Im Murtgt from and the expOrts to the British colohSVaryles than 4000 000 the Imports to the colonies aggre jJ gating J5S4000000 and tne exports 1587793000 An event of large and happy slg nificancc in the sphere of religious life and progress occurred at Dayton 0 4nfew days ago It was nothing less than the practical consolidation of I three denominations the Congrcga tlon lists the Methodist Protestants and the TJnltcd Brethren the thrco representing total membership of 4 tr over 1059000 This merger had been L under consideration for a number of years and was finally brought about k by a conference at Dayton at which i over two hundred delegat s from the three denominations were present Spurred to action by the hazing af p fur at college vJhlch resulted 1 L In the terrible death of avstudeut the l Ohio legislature has passed a bill do 4 Iaigned to make such practices impos sible In that state Tho measure de fines hazing in public and private schools as a misdemeanor and pre 4 scribes for It as a penalty a fine not exceeding 200 or Imprisonment in jail t4Lv not exceeding six months or both cM The measure also provides that teach a ers and heads of schools and colleges who knowingly permit hazing shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor l When King Edward opened parlla l meat recently his subjects were stir b tait i prised and alarmed at his appearance 4 tt iiTb1 noticed that he could not walk i iwithout a canotbat he couldnt rise 4 5lstauce1t4 4i Lt al rotund frame fallen away and his hair anfUbeard as white as snow ATarniln rumors gained wide curren rti cy and itWasaid that the ruler was 1 fast falling iii health and strength Of I f r course denials followed but tho ap pearance of the king was proof that he i staging rapidly I CL T 4fr Forihe fiscal year 1905 which end ed on June 30 last the ports of the States stood In this order In Tvalueof exports New York New Or Jeans Galveston Baltimore Boston f Philadelphia Savannah San Francisco 4 I end Puget Sound Seattle and Taco ma Galveston was In the third place d1 But for the calendar year 1905 which i ended on December Galveston went 1m Iho second place passing New Or i leans For the calendar year 1903 New yorkjf exports were 559000000 Gal 13ki OrCleansTrade between the United States and Germany in the fiscal year 1905 7 54 too 300000000 The Imports from Germany were 118000000 In 1J1 value arId exceeded Imports from that country 1fly earlier year rho ex joris to Germany were f191000000 In htu and exceeded our exports to I s that country In any earlier year except i WOi Comparing conditions in 1905 I1viththose of a decade earlier it may i beTwid that our exports from Germany have grown from 81000000 In 1835 1 while our exorts have grown from t f Ior 92000000 IS 5 7ro r a W9 t f JciI1= jrikAt jro 0 iJ f f t t Lnl f i f 9rrroo I r 4 tI JJj J Under trie l Red Robe By STANLEY J WEYMAN OetTrtghJltMbjSUaltjJW jo ii CHAPTER X TUB AimKST So It had come And como la tucb a fashion that I saw no way of escape Time sergeant was between ua and I could not strike him And I found no words A store of times I had thought with shrinking how t should levcal my secret to mademoiselle what I should say anti how she would take IL But In my mind It lint always been a voluntary act this disclosure It had been alwSys I who hall unmasked my self and she who listened alone and In this voluulnriiiesb anti this privacy titers had been something which seemed To take from the shame of an ticipation Hut here here was no vol untary act on my own part no privacy nothing hut shame I stood mute convicted speehlessiike till timing I wasYet If anything could have braced mo it wus mademoiselles voice when buS answered him Go on Monsieur she said with the perfect calmness of scorn You will have done the soon rr You do nOl believe mt1 ho replied hotly Then I say look at him Look at him If ever shame Monsieur lit raitl abruptly slit did not look at inc am ashamed mytclfi Why biK very nanio Is not his OII the llcuitmanl crjolneil jerkily He Is no Hart lie ut all lie Is llerauli gambler time duellist tlio bully Again site interrupted him I know It him xaid coldly I know It all And If you have nothing me s Monsieur Go she cOllthllllel1- In a tune of infinite scorn Enough that you liavn earned uiy ttuiteiupt us well as my abhorrence Hnldokcil fora moment taken aluick Titan Ay bul hate mow he rluil bis volco stubbornly triumphant forgot that you would think little ot that forgot that a swordsman hu always fun ladltsr liearl Hut haH more Do you kiuw too that he iIn lie cardinals pay Ho you know that he is ben on Iho auic untiul which bu Inga us lulrCto an oil M do Cunhcforct 1 IM you know that nbllu we go about the business opuuly unit in soldier fashion It is lila pail to w nn himself Into your confidence to sneak into madams Intimacy to listen at your door or to follow jour footsteps to hang on your lips to track you trunk you until you but ray yourselves and thu Ulan l Do you know this and that all his sympathy Is a lie Mademoiselle Ills help o much bait to cat oh the secret His aim bloodmonry bloodmoney Why morbleu the lieutenant continued pointing his linger at me and eo tar ried away by passion so lifted out of himself by wrath and indignation thutI In spite of myself biinl Infore hum you tulle lady of cuntempt uml ah horreur In the uine breath with me lImit what Iiai XUI for biui What have you for hint the tpy tin former tim hlrwl traitor And it you ioiibt if you want uvldeuio look at him Only lisukat him ISOl And h might wvfltay It jOt I Ktorl iiint still cuwip bog attiiica pairing uiilia with rage aiip halt lint innUcrnoUelle iliil not UMI She IIIChlllIItHave i j iOiIe l11111J1 iif ho Will iIS 1Uonesatlstln Itms iur Ido not believe you Then toll me hi retorted after a moment ot stunned surprise why If he was not on our side do you think w let liiui remain here Why did WII RUlYcr tutu tq stay itva ftUspeclcd bullying us and taking your part trout hour to hour Ho has a sword Monsieur she an swered with lute contempt Mlllu diables lie cried napptug his lingers III a rage That tor hid sword No It xvqs becauKe ho helli the cardinals commission ltfCam bad equal authority with us liecauM1 we bad no choice And that being so unsltiir why lire you now l trayn l lm the asked krpiily- Ho swore Ilt tbit fccllhg the slrolc RO horn You must be mad he saul glaring at her Mad If you cannot tee that the man IK what tell you he is Look at him Listen to luau Has ho a word to nay Jor lilmbclf Still site did not look It is late she replied coldly and Irrelevantly And am not very wqll If you have quite done perhaps yl iiwill leave inn Monsieur Mon dleu he exclaimed shrugging his shoulder you art mud have told you the Irtifb anti you will not lio Jievo It Well on yotr head he Ii then Mademoiselle have no more In say But you will fii Ifo looked at IIPT rill a tuuuititit as IfIbn that glr1thlwent dowu tluv puUir J1 1toll rc Itlit went aFter him the lautliorn swajjuj III his hiinihci twn wnro left ahonc In the gloom Tim frogs were croak log In the pool llio lOtise the garden the woodall lay Iluiulundli the dark nnss ni on use nijil when lifjit cams to till chateau And would to Heaven hush IKIVIT come That was the cry lu my heat Would to Heaven had never seen this woman whoso nobility and faith and Rlngleness were u continual shame me a reproach branding uio every hour I stood In UT presence with all Vile and haircut fls The man just gone oar e Vnvlirml brutal soldier as ho WB aiaaili gur and drilling mybJscmseesnounce It What then would she say when the truth some day came home to her What shapp should I take In her eyes then How should I be re iucmherid through all the years then Then tint now Wbat was she Pllflilpr but No An 15syerI ca1rera hottempered attorney by no means his equal in repartee In the progrtss of the case Cfioales adversary wholly departed from Ills selfcontrol cud threatened physical hurt to his opponent can whip six like you1 asserted the lawyer Cboate looked at him with a profound calm contempt When was l boy he returned my father owned i cull Ht was a wonder NC sJb f ff 4 fff r Tfr i zTi 3 thinking now as sho saiod silent and absorbed by the Mnnc scat a shadowy figure with face turned rom me Was she recalling the mans words lilting thorn to Urn facts and the past adding tills utah that circum stance Was she thuugh sho had te bulled him in the body collating now ho was gone all be had said antI out of these scraps plccrng together time damnIng truth 7 Ttio thought tortuud mo I could brook uncertainty I went l ladcmolsclle1Iand forced even In my own cars do you believe this of me She started violently aim turned Pardon Monsieur also answered I hind forgotten that you w me lucre Do I bellnvewhitt What that wall sajd elf mr I mist teicd Tlsatshut xcliiimcd nIl slm stood a moment gazhig at in a strange fashion 4Do I lieltav what lie said Monsieur Umt Onlt wmir tIC continued nnd r will show you If I believe It But not here She led the way on tbo instrnt into ibc house going In tli rough Iho parlor door which stood hair open rhn room inside was pitch dark lint sIo took unit fearlessly by thit Iwinil a 111 led mil quickly tbiough It mill along the passage until wo mnu 10 tin hcitr fnl lIghted hall whern a firtat lire burned on 1fhe hearth All traces ot the soldiers occupation lint been swept away nut the room i4is empty She led man to the fin and there in time full light no lunar a shadowy crcatuii hut roth 1ijOih lirllliunt ihiobblng with life shtr stood opposite me her eyes shining her color high her breast heaving 13o I beltnvo It site said will lull you 1IIA Cochfiforets hldingplcre is In tho hut iichind the fernntack two furlongs be yond tho village on ttie road to Audi You will know now uhat no one else exeepethYoumy donor and you know also 1t10 lt raull whether I Ijclievu that tale My God cried And stood looking at her mil II omclhhig of the MY GOD honor III my eyes crept into hers and she shuddered and stepped Uick What Is it What Is Il1 the whis tiered clasping her bauds And with all the color from her cheeks she peered trelllhllllg tuto the corners and towards tbo door There is no ono here l j there nuy iuimehistcning I forced myself to speak though I shook all over like a man in an ague No Mademoiselle there is no one here muttered AnsI then I let my head fall on my breast Iud 1 stood ia1ueser Ihevlatnn 6f despair 1- 11111slilof doubt my hearing must have opened eyes lInt her taint was cast In so 1her r mould that having once ill of me and boon convertedI sill could feel no doubt her nature to trust all in all So a lit j tie recovered from her fright she stood looking at me in great wonder and at last sliu had a thought You are not wentho said sudden ly U Is your old wound Monsieur Yes Mademoiselle muttered faintly It is my old wound I will call Clou she cried impet uously And then with a sob Ah poor Clou He is gone Hut here is Louis I will call him nail be will get JOH xomutlifiiK She was gone from the room before could stop her and I was left lean ing against tho table possessor at last of the great secret which had come so far to win Possessor of that secret and able III a moment to open the door nod go nut into the night and make use of itand yet the most un haptiy of all men The sweat stood on my brow my eyes wandered round the room I even turned towards tbe door with some math thought of flight llight from her from the house from verything And God knows If I might uot havu chosen that course for I still stood doubting when on the dcor that door there ame a sudden buy tied knocking which jarred every iierv III my body started I stood in the middle of the floor gazing at the dour as at a ghost Then glad of ac tins glad of anything that might reo hove the klTiitdoii of my feelings Itrudo to it iinil pulled it sharply oiwu On thn threshold liLt Hushed face lit up by thu light behind me stood one ut this knaves I had brought with mo to Anclu Mo lint been running and panted heavily but be hind kept his wits Ho grasped my sleeve Instantly Ala Monsieur the very man he cried tugging at tie Quick come this instant nud you may yet bo first They have be secret They have found whom I echoed M de Cocbeforel 7 No hut the place whern he Hen It was found by accident The lieu tenant was gathering his men to go to it when came away If we are quick we may get there first lint the place I said I could not hear wheru It was he answered bluntly We rail hats on their skirts and at the last moment strike In Tie pair ot pistols I bUd taken from the shockheaded man lay on a chest by tile door snatched them up and my hat anti joined him without another word and in a moment we were running down the garden I to fight lie could whip all tic cat tie Iu the neighborhood and did it Bui at tbal concluded the young man ht couliln t win it lawsuit Si ii Chi Icr A whitehearted old Frtnch dian entered a store adjoining tbe postI office in a New Hampshire village and adIdressingAh want him to go to mab nephew Mis Olive Bedeau Franklin said Se crodaclLS what had one beui aj uurtor = r IEIIt 11 ij looked hack once before we passed the gate and saw the light streaming h1I1Ileft open anti I fancied that for ar Irstant a figure darkened the gap But lineIpossession of me ami nil my thought I must be first must anticipate HIP lieutenant nntl make the tinesl my self tan ou only the Iastur Wo seemed to be across the meadow the wood In a moment Tiieie Ilnlteal of keeping along the common path I boldly singled ouittmuy senses seemed prcternaturaily keen the smaller track by which Cion hUll brought us and ran unfaltering along it avoiding logs and pitfalls us by In stinct uud following all Us turns and twists until It brought us to the hUlk of tbe Inn antI we wmld hoar the mur mur of subdued voices In the village street the sharp low words of com mand nud even the link of wrtipous and multi see above anti between the houses the shill glare of lanthoru nnd torchesI my mans aim and crouched down It cuing lscro is your mate I said In his tar With ilium ho IIlllltorellIThen tome whispered rMng have seen enough leL us go lImit ho caught mo by the arm and detained me You dont know the way be lilssnj Steady steady Moiificur You RO too fat They are just moving Let us join thorn and strike In when the time come Vp must let them guide us tool I said shaking uhf hilt Imui tell you know whew ho know whero they are going Come loc not a moment and wu will pluck the fruit while they arc on the road to it ills only uuwcr was an exclamation of surprise at that moment the lights began to move Thu lieutenant was starling The moon was not yet up the sky was gray and cloudy to ad vanco where we were was to step into a wall of blackness hit wo had lot too much time already and Iihhil not hesitate Bidding my companion follow me sits USD his legs I sprang through a low fence which rose before us and stumbling blindly over some broken ground In the rear of Iho houses lame with a fall or two to a little watercourse with steep sides Through this I plunged recklessly and up the farther side and breathless anti panting gained the road just be yond the village and 50 yards In advance of the lieutenants troop They had only two lanthorns burn ing now and we were beyond tho cir cle of light these cast while tIns steady tramp ofso many footsteps covered tho noise we made We were unno ticed In a twinkling we turned our backs and as fast as we could run down the road Fortunately they were thinking more of secrecy than speed and in a minute we halt don Med tbe distance between us in two minutes their lights were mere sparks shining In the gloom behind us We lost at last even the tramp of their feet Then I began to look out and go more slowly peering Inlv tbe shall fcrlltarIIon the other it fell away to tbe stream On neither side was close wood or my difficulties had been immensely ir creased but scattered oaktrees stood here and there among gorse and brack en This helped me and in a moment on the upp r sido I canto upon the luoumluigblaelcJ My heart beat fast but It was no lime for thought Bidding tim tuna in a whisper to follow use and bo ready tp back mo up I ellniVd W hank stilt 1 and with a pistol in my hand felt my way to the rear of the shack 11tuklng to find a hut there set against tlfe fern and M de Cochefurel in it lImit I found no lint There was none anti ill was so dark that It came upon me suddenly as I stood between the hill and the clnilr Ullll I hat umudertak- en a very difficult thiog The lint IK hind tbe fernstacft But how far be hind How far from it The dark slope stretched above us infinite im measurable shrouded In night To tInylintfind In daylight seemed a task as im possible as to meet with time needle In the hay And now while I stood chilled and doubting the steps of the niHilbleWell ilL lc Capltalne the man be stoosiWhichus yet I tried to think to reason It out ttConsider where tim hut would lie while the wind sighed through the oaks and here and there I could hear an tileclosebe hurried and at last I enld at a fromtheHe did not drtnur and we plunged at andfurzcexertions and hearing the troop come belowtsdbreath lj shinIngoyea hear the clink ot steel1ur all ould tell the hut might be down frrmIlback now they were close to tho fernslack and In despair I turned to tho hill again A dozen steps anti I stumbled I rose anil plunged on again again I stumbled Then I found that I was no longer ascending I was treading level earth Andwas it water I saw before me below mo a little in front of my feet or sonic mirage of the sky ITo Be Continued Hard Ce fur Wrecker Looking over the storm swept Pent land Firth with Its dangerous rocks and fierce currents I remarked to the Orkney pilot This must be a great place for wrecks Vracks man he shouted theres mony a braw farm In Orkney got out of wracks hut th Breetlsh Government has put a leethoosc here and a leethouso there and yon pointing to the double lighthouse on the Skerries yons twa there Is no ruance of wracks for a pulr hither hotly iwo Cornblll Magazine white envelope Sure How do you spell BedeauT asked the clerk whose scholastic at xIFrench SJT IIDoNo c Val den and the oldIJIlb scratched his hurl reflectively tor BOM seconds you Jes1 tnak1 hlro MV Olive Bj lejuDat ber name rver enc ih noriirrte Lijriii tolls M gazitfc i MOBS TERRIBLE PEEP Three Negroes HniifretJ and Cre mated at Springfield Mo Leaders of Mob Were Not Disguised and Worked in Full Glare of Electric Lights Militia on the Scene Springfield MoA mob of SOOO men on Saturday ght took two negroes Horace Duncan and Jim Copeland from the county jail hanged them to the statue of the Goddess of Liberty on the courthouse antI built a fire under them The men were charged with attack- Ing Malilo Kdmnndson but it is tall they wero probably Innocent At 215 oclock Sunday morning Villiani Allen a young negro was taken from this county jail and lynch ed in tutu public square by the slime mob that two hours earlier hUll hanged hornet Duncan nnd James Copeland The body of Allen litter was burned to ashes as lint been those of time other negroes beneath tIm spot where they had been lynched Following tho dispatch of Duncan mill Copeland some one suggested that Allen and Cain two other negroes known to be in tIme jail should also bo lynched The mob now bloodthirsty and wrought up to the highest pitch of excitement readily took up the cry and soon the charred bones of a third victim lay beneath the statue of tho Goddess of Liberty Cain escaped Allen and Cain were being hick upon suspicion of lowing murdered O P Runrk while Duncan and Copeland were accused of assaulting Mabel Ed mondson Their work finally accomplished the mob quietly dispersed lInt Sunday crowds augmented by hundreds of persons from surrounding towns filled the streets making threats of further vengeance anti Sunday night several companies of state militia ordered out by Gm Folk together with 200 deputy shcrifts patrol the streets When tho mob left the jail at mid night with Copeland and Duncan 14 prisoners escaped In the excitement Among them was Cain But Allen was there yctaml the second mob found him hiding under a cot He was dragged out his hands were tied be hind his hack a rope was put around hlsneck and he was marched down tho street to the tower In the square anti shared time same fate as his three com panions Prosecuting Attorney Patterson and Sheriff Hornet are salt to have so cured the names of more than 100 men who took an active part in the lynch big The leaders of the mob were not disguised but worked in the full glare of the electric lights on the square Prosecuting Attorney Patter son will ask Judge Lincoln of the crim inal court to summons a special grand jury at once and make a most thorough investigation into the lynch ing i EXPLOSION ON KEARSARGE seven Men Were Killed By Catar in Caribbean Sea 1trophe Washington Just two years to tV slay later than thc disaster on the tissoimri antI as evtfry sailor inimedi vIchy recalled on a Friday anti the i ith of the mouth six men met death ill tne forward turret of the battleship Mearsarge by one of accidents hlch acqu rclhltlltional terror for sailors because of their obscure origin and almost impossible of prevention The Atlantic lleut the strongest iimdron America has ever owned ad been for weeks engaged In drill in tm Caribbean sea culminating in the cuarterly target practice This proc tice was just about concluding with most satisfactory results up to Satur day ansI It was confidently expected at the department that all records would be broken in the matter of rapidity of lire and efficiency of the gunners Hut a cablegram came from Hr Adni Evans telling of a dreadful accident on time Kearsarge The news came from Calmanera a little cable station at the mouth of Guantaiiamo hal GENERAL OVERSEER VOLIVA Produces Batch of Documentary Evi dence Against Dowie ChicagoGeneral Overseer Wilbur Glen Voliva produced tilt first of his batch of documentary evidence by which ho hopes to confound John Alexander Dowie and his followers who are endeavoring to regain control of Zion City Tho Instrument was a letter written under date of April 13 1901 mill addressed to Dr Dowle who lint been III Zurich Swlterzland The letter was Signed by Overseers John G Spelcher Charles J Bernard and Judge V V Barnes In the docu ment they warned DowJo that unless ho changed his ways In tho manage meat of Zion City a clash was inevita ble Dr Dowie emphatically denies the story that he Intends to peacefully settle all disputes by accepting 5 per cent as his share of Zion property Colored Clergy Protests To Roosevelt Chicago The coloicd clergy of Chicago will appeal to President Koosevelt for an official Investi gation or the lynching of three mem hers of their race at Springfield Mo A resolution was prepared asking the president to take action John F Wallace Third Arbitrator New York John F Wallace for merly chief engineer of the Pan ama canal has been selected aa the third arbitrator in the dispute re garding wages between the Grand Trunk railway and Us engineers Samuel Willlamston Killed by Indians El Paso TxA telegram from Hermosilllo Mex to the family of Samuel Williamson of this city received here says that Yaqui Indians killed Williamson According to ad vices his party was ambushed and the fate of the pther members is unknown The Jews Are In Peril Tangier Grave andtlJcwlsh man ifestations took place here during which the Jews were threatened with death The agitators paraded the streets and then hanged and burned elligies dressed in Israelite customes A Dog Led the Way Chattanooga Tenn The body of George hathaway who disappeared mysteriously two days ago from hIt homo here was found In a lake near his home The body was t1tcrediy following a dog which fwent repeatedly to the Miters edge Record Fish Catch Xew YorkA cablegram from Lofoten Norway says the fishing season had brought 18000000 cod fish and 1COOO rectollters of oil The price of 0Ili818 a barrel free OB board Norway andnyilUgo still higher 4 I STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST I IIBAD FEELING EXISTS Expenditure of the County Is Alleged Owingsvilie Ky April 12WhenIthe new fiscal court ere being on January 1 T a Peters ex county clerk and II Sherman Good nppolntI TheyIhad been illegally expended by the old fiscal court This amount was drawn over anti above the salaries of the members on their personal check At the same meeting Horace L Lane was defeated for the office of county treasurer by James Shankland Ill feeling growing out of Lanes defeat and that of John McKlnnivan for poor house commissioner caused an encoun ter on the street hero between Lane and McKlnnivan Knives were drawn but before they could be used the men were separated Feeling Is at fever heat between them and further trou ble may result They were formerly close friends and are related by mm riage WERE BOUND OVER and Malcolm Holllday Sur ITalbert to Federal Authorities Covington Ky April 14 Talbert and Malcolm Holllday came to this city and surrendered to the federal authorities rhey are under indict fluent in the State courts on Jhe charge of killing Pharaoh and Peter Sloane brothers who were killed in Knott county Ky while trying to prevent federal officers and it posso from raid ing an illicit still Fearing the wrath of the Sloanes friends the Hollidays evaded arrest and came to Covlngton They appeared before United States Commissioner John Menzie and were bound over to the federal court on bonds of 400 each which they fur nished Marshall G M Tucker who led the posse which killed tho SJoanes was acquitted last Week A LITTLE PEN The Memento of Women Who Fought Against Uncle Toms Cabin Lexington Ky April 13The Lex ington Chapter Daughters of tho Con federacy who were instrumental in securing the passage of the bill by the legislature to prevent the staging of The Clansman and Uncle Toms Cabin and similar productions havo captured the pen with which Coy Beckham signed the famous bill and the little instrument which they claim to be far mightier than the sword wilt be decorcd and preserved as a memento of the great battle fought by the Daughters In the warfare against plays which they alleges excites race prejudice THE BALL MURDER TRIAL It Is Now OnOne Hundred Wit nesses Have Even Summoned Barbourvllle It April 1JThe case FrankBalI chatsod with hilling Jacli Bolln il Middlcsboro last October was calleia here One bun dijd witnesses have been summoned The Hddlesboro civjc league the or tier of OeM Fell wfantl order of Amer ican Mechanics hro conducting the prosecution Ball has some of the best legal talent In the state Tho njry will be selected Friday Will Advertise For Bids Frankfort Ky April 12The state commission appointed to locate two normal schools In Kentucky for the training of white teachers meets here Thursday anti will advertise for bids for the location of the Institutions Bowling Green Richmond Paducah Frankfort and Glasgow are in the com petition Candidates For Congress Winchester Ky April 12 Flnley Fogg chairman of the democratic ex1 ecutlvo committee of the Tenth con gressional district has called a con vention for April 19 at Palntsville Frank Hopkins of Prestonburg Ky Judge John E Cooper of Mt Sterling anti Amos Davis ot West Liberty are candidates for congress J Rowan Barclay Dead Milton Ky April 14Mr J Rowan Barclay one of Trimble countys old est and best men is dead at his homo here He was born in Louisville Jan nary 25 1822 and for 26 years had been deputy county clerk Succumbs To Pneumonia JFranklin Ky April HIrs Pris Smilh died of pneumonia after two days illness She was 82 years oil Methklistvivo her Double Army Romance PinevIIle Ky April 12James L Bagley and Charles Hilton recently paroled from the United States array at Washington were married here to Bessie Brown and Bethel Roberts re spectively both from Washington city It Is said the couples eloped Appointed To a Lieutenancy Lexington Ky April 12Ernest Helm managing editor of the Lexing ton Herald has been appointed to a lieutenancy In the Philippine constabulary by Gen Henry T Allen chief of the constabulary A New Roofing Company Loulsvlllle Ky April 12The fol lowing Cincinnatians Incorporated the Louisville Roofing and SupplyCo R E Kramlg J Gartner William J Gil derhaus George W Carson and H Jessup The capital stock Is 5000 maximum indebtedness 1000 Dead of Paralysis London Ky April 12 Sylvester Evans 75 a well known citizen ol Moores Creek Johnson county died at his home after being confined to his bed In a totally helpless condition for over twenty years with paralysis Suicide Verdict Returned Louisville Ky April 13 Coroner Harris Kelly and a Jury investigated the case of Frank Neal the barber who died suddenly A verdict was returned that Neal ended Jijs own lire With morphine Mrs BlIeVan Brunt of Cincinnati claimed the body Delegates To Washington Lexington Ky April t2Prof J C Norwood head of the Kentucky geological survey has been named by Gov Beckham as a delegate to the conference of weights anil measures at Washihmgt u I L crr VALUABLE HORSES BURNED Fire Destroys Three Stables and Five Cottages at Lexington Race Track Lexington Ky April HThree stables at the Lexington track and five cottages just outside on Breckinrldgo street were destroyed by fire late Fri day together with 10 horses belonging to George W Bissell of Pltt8DurgtPa and James Baker of Lexington The loss is about 50000 The fire fop a time looked serious and only a fortu nate shift of the wind saved the entire plant of the racing association The stables destroyed In addition to throe of Bissell anti Baker belonged to W Young of Lexington Six of the horses burned to death belongsui to Mr Bissell and were promising 2year olds Baker lost the 2yearold Ban dido a recent winner at New Orleans and three other wellknown perform ers Bronze Wing Urocia anti Mayor David S Rose The horsemen had great difficulty in removing their anl mills from the barns and were assist ed In ninny Instances by citizens A POISONER IS SUSPECTE Two Children Are Dead and Two Dyfng In the Same Family Owensboro Ky April HTwo chil dren of H A Miller of this county arc dead and two others lire from some mysterious cause All the chll dren were affected In ths same way A boy 15 years of age became III last Thursday and died In a few hours A few days later his younger brother bs came HI anti despite the efforts of four physicians tiled In agony The other two victims are girls and they are dangerously III There is suspicion that some person who cherishes en mity toward the family has intention ally administered the poison A hot tie of water from thc well has beta sent to a chemist for analysis The physicians say they have no grounds to believe that poison was Intentional ly administered DESERT FOR TURFITES It Is Create in Lexington Where the Mayor Sits on the Ld Lexington Ky April 13For the first time in several years the mid night closing law was enforced hero and every saloon in the city was lock ed tight and the blinds wero open after that hour Just what caused the warning order is not known but the downtown saloonkeepers were up In arms Thursday night on account of the order being issued on the eve of a race meeting Mayor Combs di rected that the order be strictly en forced THE MYSTERY SOLVED A Student Had Secured the Head At Louisville Medical College Central City Ky April 13Tue mystery of the human head found below here several days ago on the rail road track has been solved Dr W E Cobb a student in a Louisville medical colhtae secured th4 head at Louisville and left it near the railroad track near his home not wishing to frighten his wife who was ill When he returnod for the head it was gone Died While on Visit Covlngton Ky April 12Mrs E S Wiley widow of William Wiley pioneer river man and steamboat own er died at the home of her daughter Mrs Soules In Coral Mich She was born in Campbell county Kentucky and for CS years resided in this city Estill W Ned Indicted Owensboro Ky April 13The grand jury returned two indictments against Estill W Ned former cashier of the Stanley bank Ono of the in dictments charges him with making a false entry pn the books anti the other with converting to his own use 1000 Supposed Corpse of Boy Was Dog Louisville Ky April 14A yellow dog killed by a street car caused a tieup In traffic on Hfth between Green anti Walnut anti caused Deputy Coroner Pros W Hamilton to be called from his home to view the supposed corpse of a boy Sues the Assessor Frankfort Ky April 13 Attorney General Hays is preparing a suit against former Assessor Herr of Jet orson county to recover 10000 al leged to have been overpaid him aa commissions for making the assess mont for 1905 Mother Contracted Measles and Died Sharpsburg Ky April 13Mrs Alice Doyle Hall aged 48 years died of measles at her home near hero Her four children are ill of the same disease the mother haying contracted t whilo nursing thorn 7Enjoyed Short Liberty Frankfort Kyif April 14 Touf Mul llgan sent up from Covlngton six years ago to serve a life sentence for murder escaped from the Institution shortly before the noon hour and was run down about dark 15 miles out ID the country Preacher Held To Grand Jury Glasgow Ky April 14Rev J T Pursley charged with deducting a part of a check for Johnson Terry for In demnlty on an accident has been hell toawait the action of the next grand jury He was released on bond The Auditor Wins Suit Frankfort Ky April 13In the Franklin circuit court Judge Stout found for the defendant in the suit by II V McChesney secretary of state against S W Hager auditor to re cover 1000 claimed to be due as salt arT New Kentucky Postmasters Washington April 13TIm senate in executive session confirmed the fol lowing Kentucky postmasters W H Overby Henderson F A Van fleas selaer Owensboro IL R Perry Win chester F W Stith Latonia Revolver Dropped From Pocket Maysville Ky April 12While Mathew Chlsholm was cutting kindling Wednesday afternoon his revolver dropped out of his pocket and was discharged The ball entered his left breast The wound is not necessarily fatal ClaytonPowers Nuptials Owingsvilie Ky April 12Joha T Clayton of Brooksvllle Bracken county and Mrs Annie Power of this town were marrledat the home of the bride Mr Clayton isla member of a prominent Bracken countyfamily i t FOR NERVOUS PEOPLE A Michigan Mother Preserved to H Family by Dr Williams rPink Plllt When the blood is Impoverished the nervesstarvenmluearnlgiaorsomething t more serious swiftly follows Ncrvoiw people are generally pale people By supplying through the blood those vital elements lint the nerves need DrWil Hams Pink Pills for Pale People have performed those remarkable cares that y make it impossible for auyiicrvotts auf furcr to neglect them t A recent case is that of Mrs Peter Morrissetto of No 315 Eleventh street j Mpeua Islick who writes as follows 4My trouble started with childbirth After otis of my children was born I haL a kind ofparnlysis 1 ivasery sveak Jltnl my mouth was a little crooked I wns always tired mitt was so uervois that ICOUIl ruot bear to hear a dog bark bra bell ring even the little bird in its cage would annoy me My heart flut tered a great deal and Iliad dizzy spoils I was not able to bo left nlone Mydoctor gave medifTercnt kinds of medicine changing it several time When it was evident that he could not t help mo he said ho did not understand my ease Title was three years ago and I was very uiucu iiiseourageuwnen my brother who lund taken Dr Williams Y Pink Pills recommended them to me 1 tried them and noticed u change for the betterwbcn I was taking the hecoudvbo Dr Williams Pink Pills me I have been well ever since I now do nil my own housework sowing and wash s ing for seven of us Dr Williams Pink Pills have as cured diseases caused by impure or im poverished blood Mich ns rheumatism iinajinlannd aftereffects of the grip All druggists sell Dr WillTtmnrTtnfc Pills or this remedy will bo mailed post paid on receipt of price 50 cents pe box six boxes for 250 by this Dr Wil llamas Medicine Co Schenectady N Y RELIGIOUS RUMOR r The New York federation of church XT es which has been in exislcnce for ten years Id out of debt for the first time In its history It Is spending more than 116000 a year In its work Indianapolis will have the Interns Jtional meeting of Young Mens Chris Jhan association societies which brings r together between 800 and 1000 worK22J s from the United States Canada and Mexico next May Native Irotestaut Christians In In dia have formed a national home mis slonary society to evangelize their own country The society will be adminlsx tered wholly by Indian natives In liar wt timothy with existing Christian churches In that land The Cougregatlonalists are raising now about 1200000 a year for church extension but not satfsfled with that are staging a movement to Insure k S500000 being raised There are 509 icongregations of their denomination In J tills country There are more than 2000000 negro Baptists in this country with 50 instl tutlons of learning imd 43 denomlna tional papers They have a national j organization with boards for missions home and foreign education publlca tlon and the young peoples societies S a From Sumatra the Uhonlsh Mission ary society reports a year of barret ts such as it has never before seen The L number of pagans baptized durlngthe year was 4712 besides 136 Mohamme dans The total of Christians now 61761 In 301 schools 14519 boy and girls are under Instruction The Armenian church in Cal under the Lantlklan on a recent Sund freewill offering of the peo building fund ThOiirnonntTiCd by Cl members of tho congregation was 11340 which they expect to raise to J2000 r The Salvation Army is making much progress In Germany under the loader ship of Commander Ollphaut who tire Frankfurter Zeltuns declares Is almost as Interesting a character aa Gen Booth lie Is tall and lean has a very high forehead bushy eyebrows and a louis black beard Though an English man be speaks German fluently and his citations evince thorough famlllarl ty with German literature ABOUT ANIMALS A coarse roughhaired animal U generally coarsegrained sluggish and S Inactive and many times is also slug jf yy glsh and Illnatured v j r A kind disposition is a very impor ant quality In a horse and should be jlooked after very carefully In selectc ilag one for practical use Charcoal given to animals especial j ly poultry and swine acts upon the yv blood as a purifier often being found y af benefit when there is no definite dls Y ease j AU the food required to sustain life Is just so much wasted If no more is given If tire young growing animal Is thus fed barely a sufficiency to sus4 Lain life there Is even greater loss for the animal is stunted and can never even by extra feeding regain the ground lost A poor appetite in any farm animal Is against Its doing Its best no mat 4 fV whether In the dairy or before the piw One advantage in feeding a Is that t aids materially in Maintaining a good appetite as ani mals naturally tire of one ration when given alone for any considerable length of time A WOMAN DOCTOR 1135 Quick to See That Coffee Poison Was Doing the Mischiccf A lady tells of a bad case of coffee poisoning and tells it In a way so situ pie and straightforward that literary skill could riot improve it 4j I had neuralgic headaches for 12 years she says and have suffered untold agony When I first began to have theta I weighed 140 pounds but they brought me shown to 110 I went to irany doctors and they gave mo only temporary relief So 1 suf feted on till one slay in 1904 a woman doctor told me to drink Post urn Food Coffee Silo said I looked like I was coffee poisoned So began to drink Postum and gained 13 pounds in the first few weeks and am still gaining but not so fast as at first My headache began to leave pie afterl had used Postum about two weeks long enough I ex pect to get the coffee poison out of my system Now that a few months have passed since I began to use Postum Food Coffee ran gladly say that I I never know wiat a neuralgic headache Is like any more and it was noth ing but Postum that cured me Be fore I used Postum I never went out alone I would get bewildered and would riot inow which way to turn Now I go alone and my head Is as iV clear as k belt By brain and nerves are stronger than they have been for year Name given by Postum to Battle Creek Mich Theres a reason Read the Jtttie book foVVellylilt pkgs i f 01k ttb 0 4 T 0A i if lt K ERUPTIONS 35 YEARS 7a uffercd Severely with Eczema AU 4oc BodyA Thousand Thanks s to Cutlcura Remedies I 4 Tor over thirtyfi ars I Y1seoI veteFulfrer ruin ttUna The eruption ItaII licat unif4 a oernrnent Board ocr rftfCtt times 4 S 1hacI bpcIIt uge wm of money fcr doctorWithoui nvail A I 2 to try the Cut lira Uemedics and after j i twc a fa boxes I twoOintment 0 treatmentson L tnmi titii tInnk to CutklInt 1 frt s V speak too highly of the Clltiut1cp I Hiclllnllmlllc f S RouCoOhiJulylI9J3 f 4 THE PEOPLE THEMSELVES J And a Xere Representative Was No J Ort Shakes Anyhow Among Them 4 in n v7 tells et an inctdebt during a olitivaleamjaign i fID Joe of the totrtw it hail been ar1 that wlun tJm big unturI of the day bad 1d UItorMaY with eftrcnce to pohtIca there war to be lflIber of t 4vntertanniezjta uC th ticleshlt oUrlr tu held on the txiiona I iA PmPUl1 Politician xl0 lad tcniil a in thata hcsrtun and wai bv 1 of that fateafpn on r rcmely good nlWthrough a drcrowd that urruundc4 i one of the bimelf unable to iroccet tnthcrLxcaue ol a hUll huH luat ftbom ho could not thrust uidc 1 6g uimseii up io liii full height th a S un tapped tile unending one on the s nying as lie did Here I 37 there i uu are you that you should pub me ctvund that wayr demanded the native i t A repreoentatirc of the air4 r indisnantlyITicl r aint notbmV uid he Ve folks here air the t perpul thctnelvea CiiyI Cures Cancer Blood Poison and J Rheumatisml If you have blood poinon producing erup i lions pimple ulcen swollen elands 1 bumps and rising burning itching bkin 4 vpliercolored pots or rash on the kin rtir M r itches in mouth or throat fall IrIILdmBLthe aion is the blood ot tOOu aU tOtal erultaon heal hard swell t lugs subside achiei and Jtainl stop and a 1rfC1 cure II mde o the worst casca 1 tlf BlOod Poison itt j For cancer tumors swellings eating iy allLinda4 cerr poison in the blood heals nnrcr of all 4t5 1ri 1J1eIi tbc Ont humors or ruppurat BC5 i 1 i1of pure botanic increJienlK Improves tine 1 digestion makes tire blood pure and rich 1 t tojjsTbc awful itching and all sharp i hioomg iiin TlKlroUihl tested for f 2 tlmty ts filler large bat- a rt 4 llr fihOmPletc direction for home d itlJre Sample free and prepaid by writing DeCrjbeIasealed letter Total Failuref ti Mr Tergnjon was in a high state of IB ignaliona 4 laura be aaidWhaI have ou been a Ia 5 king to my new safety razor Ita i tlllnOO 1 vJidnt Imon it ivax a razor George t ant Wcn1 ilm Ferguson Norah tried a iI for If slice jHilatooH with it a f and the t up She taya its of no f cconL4ago Tnbune a 1 irtean CantSeated Chairs iCanes chairs may lie cleaned t r ne on both sides withWarm theniav 4 treatment not i nrthie clcaahnck Mtllc tneI I ILto shrinkhich Imtllm N ite C krs it more wcarreist Ll ORHUn nKFn IRgarding Winland Men imIJrOeItltS S ptrfectUowdotVehl no wine can iiiiprorc with e l t tia drunk too oftcDIhibdtIJhil qIJ J An Accommodating Wooer rFatlr1Ie Ytct ii that I cannot I z thJn daughter a dowIY just d pre 4 f atILta The f5uitOlThat all riclit I can lurec shrr for bei elf alone in the meantime lcleggendozfer UIlrlter et One rood Kerfcon rezsoneS emammg I know one cf them JJdshe tell you JVo but Ive seen Gertrude Milwau Stnlim1 h I Shake Into Your Shoes 8 aAlkna uotFase It cures painful swollen l J inartingawcaliiiiz Icet Mikes new shoes h Pv Sold by all UruggUI and Shoe tori acceptauysubtttite Sample lIlJf Addres S Ohnnitetl loe Ry t Odfl Jut True i UooVs are not like brcoUs Go en with the tot of it I The shallower a tsk if the harder it t tslouade tlroujli ii ouinviltc Courier s JournalIIC 1 1 Fun Information a lion far i it from here to Allendak VII stranger Ill tell you It a about 12 miles as the crow ftieaor nine minutes as thchunk wagon zijjsCbicago flee oN i1 As a blobdpurifier Garfield Tea has m 5i ypfrior it is a remedy being jurhear 1 sickj a I inst not te forgotten that it was a 1Fabtolutety impossible for the man who tine words butter no parsnip 4 t 4o have any adequate uiiderrtandiiijr inoucinI4 j 5 arailt1 w1 discovers in another girls album the fea tures of the young man who nmup her fathers coal billIhaltmore- I Herald t1 r Sometimes said Uncle Eben poverty sin near as much of a handicap to a voting man as knoAvin bow to play de= or kin a favorite wif de ladei Wtbingtrni Star t t TLe trouble with people who lay some tbeY5i people out in the wet i a bepa bJ d winner but the trouble is he Ii 1erally marries a girl who has been used topie11uekt4c i A PRECARIOUS CONDITION 1 tii Uaj W WMI Cvfer Daljf MlaeriM and iDealtKnow the Seasea l ii Women who are languid suffer back f yaniseandditzy spells should read care fully the experience of Mrs Laura Sullivan hint and Third fits Marquette Mich who yahI had back bearingdown times my limbs would swell to twice natural size I could hardly p t get up ordown stairs ted eitea eoald not pet my shoes on B giDBi g to VMS Dpana Kidney Pills I get relief before used half a box bat continued taking them until cured 1 The bloating subsided and I was well Cagatn4 1 f Sold by all dealers 50 ceuts a bux r rUite lI1lP Co1ifso y cc ii r r t 7 I11t I J rittrYfrl1aStI4i mj t1 i1 Jlje 1i1 S s w r 9 I THE DAWNING OF HOPE A STORY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLES STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM By th1I5hw5y lid Byway Preattiet trI1KLIiP05 jtd- Bvrlture Authority Exodus tya HE morning was Jimt breaking and the tinting of crliii IOn mill Soul in the eastern sky gave pitmilxc of a glorl IIi durollUt the iicanty of the scene wax nIl unnoticed by the man who with downcast eyes u nol weary foot steps left the path way along which lie hind just come mil turned in to Wards the low futrancu to the rude but The door was flung open before Ld reached It mill a voice called out You are late Moses V bat success Poor Anton poorV Moses replied dejectedly entering and throwing himself on the rough bench by the door Rlisliauw will not come and others of the elders whom I have seen tIC only halfhearted in their ixsponses Hut how was it with ou1 Little better I fear thsu with yon was the dubious reply None whom I have seen have refused to tome but there is much depression of spirits The oppression has been so long and bitter that the people have quite given up hope But what of Ellshama Rave he you no nooneouragcmonr None whatever lie declares lint hope died within him yearn ago when his on Nun was killed antI his grand son Joshua was taken from him Tho subject was so evidently painful to him that I forebo re questioning him concern lug the matter Know you tliedeUilIs That do and sad they are indeed Aaron replied Let us sec he con tinned thoughtfully it Is nearly JS years ago that Nun was brutally slain by the Egyptian You remember Nun Closes nodded and Anion went on slowly He was deeply Inlent1 in your discoveries at Josephs tomb and after your flight was zealous In teaching the people of his tribe of God mill Cods promises to Ills PeoPle Thus the years went by and in spite of the bitter op pression he continued to hojte In sonic way It reached the ears of one of the Egyptian overseers that he was encouraging the people to look for deliverance from bondage and seeking him out the Egyptian demanded that he cease to so teach the people This be refused to do and so bravely withstood the Egyptian that the latter hew into a towering rage and slew hint on the spot This proved a severe shock to his father Elishuma and embittered his heart against God And when a year later his grandson Joshua a noble youth of some 0 years was seized and carried off by an Egyp than official living far to the south who had been attracted by the manly bear ing of the boy and cowled him as a servant in his household ho was ItiuirT Folablc No word has ever been heard of the boy since and as the years have coino and gone Ellshama has grown raoreinprot eind taciturn And I am not surprised that you did not prevail upon him to meet with the elders lonlghi- Dut I lied hoped that he would yield for as head of the tribcbf Epbraim we shell need his help The outlook Is not bright but we Trill hare to do the best we can and leave the rest with God Moses remarked breaking the silence which followed Aarons story I had not expected to find the people so dispirited Why Is It 1 I have been surprised and puzzled by the conditions for I hJ expected that viih your return the people would be filled with enthulasni but last night I think I learned the reason Aaron re plied It eeems thrt after my de parture for you the impression got abroad among the people that during your long absence you had obtained the help of tome strong ally and were to return and by mighty hand wrest Ill livcrance from Egypt And when you came with yourctaff and simple shop herds dress of the east the people lost heart haying How can deliverance ever come with such a leader An anxious troubled look crossed Moses face but It soon gave place to one of hope and cheer as he said But when they sep the signs they will believe God is mightier than nil tho armies of the east What signs asked ICIisheba Aarons wife who had beeiilistmilugat tentively to the conversation of tbe two menThe signs which God gave t me tn thu mount Moses replied Surely the people1 will believe ex claimed Eiibheba uftcf she had heard the story but many times during the day her heart misgave her as she thought of Elishama Whiff if others of tim leaders refused to conic as did he And shn racked her brain to try anti think of tome way in which the might overcome Elisliamao obduracy Sho knew that further argument was use less for Moses hind pleaded with him and Aaron in the afternoon bad risitod him in last effort to win him over What could she do As the afternoon waned and the evening shadows began to gather site became more agitated 3 ver the matter and the conviction grew upon her that she must somehow get ElUhaiua to the meeting that night A knock at the door interrupted her troubled thought and she opened It to find an Egyptian standing there She was startled and frightened and her lust thought was that the knowledge of the meeting for that night had in someway become known to lhaEgyp tlana and they had sent an official to forbid Moses and Aaron holding IL You want to see Moses and Aaron site stammered apprehensively The stranger started visibly at the words and eagerly asked Are Moses mill Aaron here The thrill in the voice and the earn est look puzzled Ellsheba Egyptian overseers didnt generally speak or look that way She searched the face of the According to the abstract of the latest German census just published In Berlin the population ol the empire has increased in the semidecade from 1900 to 1905 from C6367J7S to 60605 163 This is a net addition of 423800P or a little more than 7 per cent the average rate being 1 pr cenL an nually At this rate of advance the population of Germany In anotherd cade wouIl ln round mhpr70 OOOOOo A hcnjave reflect that there Is t j Ar IIctT f1 c a man before her and as ahe did so sue detected the unmistakable features of the Hebrew race Who are you 7 aie demanded anti then frightened by her boldness of speech In tints addressing an Egyptian she added by way of apology Your dress proclaims you an Egyptian but your faco Is that of a Hebrew And I am was the reply Twenty live years ago my home was here In Goshcn who a promlucnt Egyptian carried mo off to Thebes and there have iivcd since I found favor in his sight and he educated me as he might a Sot nail us the years went by and he grew old ho more and more de Penile upon me In a spirit of graft tude before his death ho gave me n y liberty which freedom I was not slow In improving in getting back to batten and my people Are you Joshua exclaimed the woman in astonishment and then turn ing and rushing into tint rem room of the hut she called excitedly Aaron Moses Joshua has roaic Joshua has come Thus aroused from the snatch ofsleep the men iveie trying to get before the gathering that night they canto hurry ing out and soon an excited and en IhusiuKtiu group of men were talking anti asking questions Now Ellshama will com cried Rllsheba breaking into the ron versa lion will go and tell him and as till moved towards the door she added lu reply to the remonst ranees of the men You would not have time to go and get to the platoof meeting In time mind besides you want to talk over mat ters No I will go end BUQ WHS off The hour is laic The meeting of thA olticers timid elders of the eople Is al most over hut still Elislmmu has not como and Joshua with growing disap IHiIiitment searched among he large as sembly for him In the secluded retreat where so often before In vhe dead of night they hail gathered they have listened to nil the words of Moses anti Aaron timid In the clear moonlight they have witnessed the confirming signs which God had given The rod as it was cast upon the ground became a serpent mill the poople turned to fee before it and then stood In awe an i wonder aa Moses stooped and picked it up and It became a rod III his liaiuli again He thrust his hand in Ma bosom and as he drew it forth mill the people beheld lit white with Iroprosy they trembled cried ou in dismay Then as ho thrust it again into his bosom and with drew It restored like the other baud a shout went up that rang about the walls of the tiny tilt antI the people cried God has heard our cry Moses Is our leader Moses Is our leader Yea 8boute Moses and not only has God heard our cry but lIe has restored the young man Joshua to hits people At the same time leading hiD out before the assembly Again the shout went up and as It died away there came from the outer fringe of the crowd the glad wild cry of an old man and the crowd parted to make way for hint as he struggled up to where Joshua was standing Art thou Joshua Tell me Art thou Joshua the old man fairly screamed in the Intensity of his emotion while he peered into the face of the young man For answer Joshua threw his arms about the trembling n of Elslinmn and embraced him fe d 1twhispered Believest now tiia rd has visited his people Yea verily He hatlfAtd turning jtboutaud fitting who had been watching in rll tice the touching reunion he shout thevlgor of his returning faith uponIdone great things for us this day Let htlJIRed Cross Help for Japan The National Red Cross society of the United States has been so demoral ized by Its own internal strife In recent years that it has not of late been an effective agency of phllanthiropyr liut the reorganization accompCshed under supervision of congress hsk put the society once more In excellent working trim Coming forward now to offer its services for reaching and feeding the starving peasants of northern Japan it eminently dasfrves says the Interior the benevolent aid ol all generous Americans The statement that the society is ready Jo receive anti distribute funds has brought out from President Roosevelt a strong public appeal for contributions to the societys treasury for this objuoL The crisis in the stricken portion of the Japanese Islands Is as severe as India experienced a few years ago and equally calls for international char- Ity Not less than 680000 hitman be- Ings are being reduced to living on roots and bark and the death rate is already appalling Gifts forwatrded to Hon C Hallam Keep assistant secretary of the treasury Washington will be applied by the most reliable agents direct to this terrific need IConreredee on Purity Announcements have been Issued tom the National Purity conferenoo to conveneat Chicago October 9 10 11 1906 This conference will be held under the auspices of the National Purity federation an organization bay tug for Its object the uniting of all forces in the United States that are striving to promote purity in tim life of tbe Individual In social relations and in family life by preventive rescue educational reformatory law enforcement and legislative lines of work Would Make Gentlemen For the purchase of Mark Twains How to Be a Gentleman I bequeath 1000 Copies of this book are to be distributed In the Y M C As of the north as they dont need It In the south So provider the will of A W Carson better known as Kit Car son a veteran newspaper man woo recently died at St Joseph Mo By Their Fruits In Nellore India the Hindu Chris tian Endeavorers went out night after night to nurse cholerastricken Mohammedan GERMANS COMING ON little addition from Immigration and a considerable loss from emigration these figures show remarkable vitality and capacity for growth In the race Odd Benefaction Sir John Sinclair a Scottish baronet has presented gramophones and rec ords tpAfl4 i ylums and other institution vondltlon that they are played tl lie Inmates for halt an hour enrh I 2- vA ij OOiESAQREEMENrII lri jy He Will Retire Ar rrd 3 Conservative Estimate ti vfliGIvc Dowie 1000000 c4d the Christian Catholic Church 19000000 Chicago Ieaco Is now hovering over the warring fiictlons that nro en deavoring to secure control of Zion City This stulrniciit was iiuthorizod by llic legal lulvlKtrs of both Ur Dowio and General Overseer Vollva After an allday conference Emil t AVetten representing Dowie paid Vo arc hearer a peaceful solution of this question than tt have been alii any stage of the proceedings We changed our iiilnds relative to the Ill Ing of a bill In equity declaring tho transferring of the ownership of tInt property 01 Zion City by Vollva to Deacon Alexander JraiiRer to bo void and will await further developments Today as a matter of formality wo tiled a paper In the circuit Lake roiinty this state declaring thllli the power ol attorney granted to Get oral Overseer Vollva by the First Aiiogtle John Alexander Howie was absolutely void Inasmuch as Vollva had not acted In accordance with tho tilltheto him by Dole At the termination of till conference which was participated In by Judgo YI V Hiarnes legal adviser of Zion City Jacob Newman counsel for Vollva and his forces anti Attorney Vetten representing Uowle Mr Newman said Dowie and his advisers admitted today that we have in our possession documentary evidence to the effect that his advisers admit that 95 per cent of the property belongs to the Christian Catholic church and he has further more acquiesced in the proposition that if ho is given 5 per cent of this property after he hits been in stalled In temporary control both ec clesiastical and financial he will retire In other words Dowie desires to be vindicated reinstalled with the full powers attendmg the First Apostle ship of the Christian Catholic church whereupon he will issue an edict de daring that Jo tier cent of the prop erty of Zion City belongs to the church and that S per cent belongs to him Dowie According to conservative estimates given out by the two factions this would give to Dowie 1000000 and to the church f19000000 THE DANGER IS PASSED Only Desolation and Declining Panio I Remain At Vesuvius Naples Apparently the period ot danger has passed and only desolation and slowly declining panic remain Mt Vesnvlu has ceased to give any sign of life The volcano seeius to have spent itself In one Enormous con vulsion Director Mattcucof who heroically holds his post in the observatory believes that the eruption has ended anti every outward indication confirms this view No moro rum blings clime from the bowels of tho earth giving terrifying warning to tho inhabitants The volcano is hidden be hind a thick curtain of smoke which rises from the crater and then spreads and falls enveloping a vast circle in semidarkness Naples is Just beyond this circle and tho city was bathed In sunshine while tho ugly black pall hung to the westward over a belt mIll way between Home and Naples After the last great eruption whicti occurred in 1872 the land covered cinders did not produce crops Sur seven years and the losses In this spect alone averaged 20000000 yc i ly It Is bellevedtiiat It will lake tin years to bring the land under cultiva tion again WILLIAMS RESOLUTION A Favorable Report Is aoe on Bill Looking After Interest of Canals Washington The house eviiiiniuce on railways anti canals has au thorized a favorable report on the AVil llama resolution asking for informa tion relative to the cost maintenance amount of business and freight rates charged on the canals of the country The committee considers this Informa tion desirable in vfew of the generally known fact that the business of canals has steadily declined for years The department of commerce and labor is asked for the Information To Prevents Mon y Tightness New York Advices were given out Friday that a plan is under discussion among certain bankers in this city to establish a bank with a capital jC 50000000 for the purpose of regu hating money rates and preventing po rhoda ot money stringency and accom panying high rates of interest The movement wire given somo im petus by the recent stringency in the money market- Crumpacker Bill Reported Favorably Washington Tho house commit tee on Insular affairs tins author ized a favorable report on the Crum packer bill extending until April tl 90l the date when coastwise laws of the United States shall go Into effect in the Philippines Longyvorth Is Named Washington Nofcd among thoso appointed by Chairman Sherman of the republican congressional campaign committee to act as an executive com mlttce was Nicholas Longworth of Cincinnati Snow In South Dakota Aberdeen S DThirty Inches ot snow Is reported at Bpwdle S D and Is still falling heavily A Milwaukee train is stalled in snow drifts half a mile west of that town In Aberdeen It has been raining steadily for two days Three Boys Maimed For Life Chicago Three boys who had produced somo dynamite cartridges and proceeded to set tnem off in a vacant lot were mutilated for life by the explosion of one of the cartridges Their ages ranged from 11 to 14 years Scale Completed in Iowa Des Moines la Inasmuch as the quesUon of prices for labor is concerned the scale to govern coal min ing in Iowa for the next two years was completed There is little doubt that a scale will be signed and work resumed next week MBS Comes Home For a Rest San Francisco CalJames F Smith governor general of the Philippines who first went to the Islands as the colonel of the First regiment ot i California volunteers arrived here for a few months rest i I ii 4 lii GREATEST OF ALL ARMIES Ooiaiany Can PUflnthe Field Eight Times the Strength of Japan The German army of tolay is the Iargestand most efficient fighting or ganization that till world tins ever teen and It has served its a model for the armies of most other countries The Austrian army has been organized an methods copied exactly from the derman system The Japanese army also took its methods In organization is well as iu strategy and tactics from Germany and German ofllccrs Tho Chinese army has now adopted Ger metlHids Nearly all the smaller countries of Europe with aspirations to military efficiency have borrowed of InIorgnnIZlilI largest forces aniarmy however could put In the fleifl a perfectly equipped military force eight times larger than the victorious Japanese army which gained time hat tie of Mookden It consists of more additioni hnilighting line would nevertheless form ill valuable reserve for the protection lines of communications anti such 1111116 A large number of these re serves have had at least some military mining and In case of necessity could also be employed In active service mlllInumber of 10000000 ablebodied men could be mustered under the imperial banner of the German empire hence the statement that all Germany Is an armed camp The German emperor who Iu tithes of peace shares the authority over the army with his fellow German sover elgns the kings of Bavaria Saxony antI Wurtcmberg becomes in time of war supreme and commanderInchlef or war lord of the entire military forces of time empire The standing army of Germany con sists approximately of 000000 men Nearly half of this number pass out of the standing army every year and are replaced by an equal number of fresh yearbydiers The first reserve consists ap proximately of 1700000 men of whom 900000 are in the second class The Landsturm consists of 600000 men making a grand total of 4000000 The organization of tho army is as Simple as It Is efficient Tho unit of organization in the Infantry Is the section consisting of 20 men under the command of a corporal Two sections form the semidetachment or 10 men under the command of a ser g ant Two semI detachments form 1 Vdetachment of 80 men under the command of a lieutenant Three de tachments form a company of 240 men under a captain Four companies make a battalion of 9CO men under a major Three battalions torn a regi ment under a colonel and two regir jnents form a brigade under the com nrmytarIJsunit consists of two or three divisions NeedI man stahtln o tell what de country needs said Incle Eben I know dat down in his eart hes got It figured out dat de Jimtrys mos partlclar demand is tim in an office Washington Star Shuttlecock Famine There is a shuttlecock famine Jn Eu arehterefore shutItticockwhich the toys are produced Gathering Curios present113rdof dealers in bricabrac and antique IsltlngLhIurtiin purchases In London Courts Some of the London local courts have adopte1 fh method of drawing Jurors names hn aIox in the American style i London Mull says the method hr a distinctly novel not to say porting character about It SadiMr Sewed wI see you vo prepared some pud ding WIt1 Jlr own little hands What kind ii pelT Titthat sobbed Mrs Netted Is bbreadI London TIt ii3 Skulls Preserved It Is the custom lu Brittany to dig up the bones of the dead after a cer taut time and preserve the skull only In a small box with a heartshaped opening In its front Each box is marked with the name and dnte of the dead Colored Y M C A The Y M C A in the United States has 106 branches for colored members 74 of which are in educational Instl tutions and 32 In cities Their ago regate m mbershlp exceeds 8000 MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati April 14 CATTLE Fair to good J4 23 ffIJHeavy steers 510 frf S 4o CALVES Extra G23 r 6 0- 0HOGSChoIce packers 6 W if 70 08HEEPIxtruLAMBSSprlns S 00 fi1 W patent M fi S3 WHEATNO 2 red W w w fOATSNo 31 RENo CCiW thAYChoicePORKClear mess 1G50 fiSlGia LARD Prime steam W 8 3- 3BUTTEUChoIce dairy ft KV itAPPLESChoIce 23 6 50 POTATOESPer bush 73 ft 2OldCHICAGO FLOURWInter patent 3 40 ff1 SS1No4OATSoVPORKLAUD I rlme steam i 8 63 NEW YORK FLOUIl Winter patent 3 M 23 WVCORNNoVltYWesterzi GrjJ tf11tIAn1BALTIMORE VHEATNo 2 red CORNNO r mixed 52uw 5214 CATTLESteers 400 5J450- ROGSGood to choice 7 00 I723- a LOUISVILLE WHEATNo 2 red 86 CORNNo 3 white f Joli OATS No3 mixed Zt 0 ltn PORK Mess prime 61350 LAUD Prime steam I 75 INDIANAPOLIS CATTLEPrlme steejs H 0 S 7- allOfJSGood to choice Ct S 60 SHSEPBcst pads 400 O50K = =II3i III t rJ f rfa YAKNLETS RApt A writer tells thXstory of oldtime- IidianapolisTThe people Jiving near a veteran pork packers establishment stood the smells a long time but at lz t entered a complaint The case was brought up In a squires court and the defendant after listening to the charges attentively remarked in an injured tone Well it seems to me that any man who doesnt like the smelt of a hog is just a lectio too good for Indianapolis He went Into a drug store and bought a bottlo of some patent stuff winch was advertised thus No More Coughs No More Colds 23 Cents a Bottle Three days later he went to the druggist complaining that lila throat was stopped up and that he could scarcely breathe Ive drunk nil that patent cough mixture he said Drunk It yelled the man why thats an India rubber solution to put on the soles of your boots Who ever saw a perfect man asked tho revivalist There is no such thing Every man has his faults plenty of them The revivalist con tinued Who ever saw a perfect woman At this juncture a tall thin woman arose Do you moan to say madam till evangelist asked that you have seen a perfect woman Well I cant just say that I have seen her time woman replied but I have heard a powerful lot about her she was mv husbands first wife Her stock of German was scanty Tne day after hr arrival in Berlin sac went to make a purchase After se hind made known her wishes In halting German the old woman who waited upon her exclaimed Is the frajulcln an American The fraeu lein was And do they all speak like ouZ continued the old German On receiving an affirmative answer she llftad her hands to heaven with the v crds Thank God My boy Vent to America to escape the conscription He does not speak a word of English but if they all speak like you my poor boy will understand every word IN CONSULAR FIELDS Consul Smith of Moscow writes that the imports of agricultural machinery and implements into Russia continue large amounting In 1905 to over 20000 tons The chief ports of entry for this tine are Novorossisk and Alexandrowo InternntlonalCoalConsulGeneral Guenther ol Frankfort The capitalization Is 3808000 the stock being taken by a group of Ger man and French banks They will exploit tho coal deposits in the grand duchy of Luxemburg Consul Brittain of Ken explains the new method of keeping clean the congested streets of the larger German cities Metal tanks are inserted at In tervals to the level of the street and covered with Iron lids Into these the offal is easily swept In the night the tanks are hauled to the dumping Culver at London Canada reports the Invention of a ballbearing adjustable axle nut by U C Williams of that city which will prevent vehicle wheels from hacking ort The Adjustable Axle Nut company of London Canada tore these a jAMONG Ten eminent Japanese artists were busy for months devising a seal for the ytjuug crown prince of their country ibis is now Putt on everything he wears or uses A recent exposition In Amsterdam f 20 new paintings by Josef Israeli ore witness 19 thst fact that this eml nent Jewish artist at the age ol80 preserves the best traits of his man icod powers i Heinrlch Vogel a wellknown Ger malt portrait painter who however luis not done any work for three dee ades has left his whole property val ued at 250000 for the founding of a charitable Institution for artists Japanese postage stamps are rated as the most artistic In the world there is a great demand for them in London at present The first stamps were Issued In 1871 There are few rare ones the highest price ever known to have been paid tot one be lug 150 MEN ANn MATRIMONY When a man strikes bad luck he In dulges in the most glowing of good resolutions The engaged girl takes delight in telling how long she will be away on her bridal tour Men are extravagant to the verge of recklessness for at least three months after the marriage ceremony KID LtS SICK HEADACHE CARTERS TPJLLS ITTLEIVER Is Gibes Relief at One It cured by these Pills They also relieve from In and Too Dearly EAUng A Dad Taste In tho Mouth coated Pain In the Side ThI7IWTERS ETTLEaVER Genuine Must Bear FacSimila Signature REFUSE APositiveCURE OATARRH Elys Cream Balm quickly absorbed cleanses soothes proteebthe Positively Little Distress Dyspepsia digestion perfect rem- 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volume of experience in treat probablyhitsyour case Sui ly any woman rich or poor is very foolish if she doesnot take advantage of this generous offer of assistance Backache gives woman some of her most miserable and wretched hours Along with the backache gener ally come headache waist pain falling feelings Irritability nerv ousness and the blues Have you these periodical troubles If so you may know that they are due to disease of some of the most Important organs of your body organs that should get help or In time through weakness will wreck your health and life Help them to health with W1NECARDUI t WOMANS RELIEF Says Mrs Blanche E Stephanou of 1228 S 42nd Ave Chicago I suffered miserably for five S years with a constant pain In my back and right sidi and although my husband employed several of the best doctors in tills Meat city not one ccuU give me relic At last took Wine of Cardulvhlch relieved my pain pre ventedan operation and restored me to health It Is a wonderful curs thinTryitAt all Draists 100 nd for Inven ter Primer and ret S rd uaeliltu5 l4thStWnisei Uraaehc ut Chicago Cleveland Detroit 4Spagebookrnr refertoereulTZG5flUj WIlEJf 1VK1TIKO TO ADV KTIS KS please state that yen SMV the Jidvertlsv meat In title paper v lW L DOUCiAS 23iiSHOES 10000 ldhserrecould take you Into mr three larze iactaria at Brockton Mass and show you the Infinite 4 care with which every palrof shoes Is made you would realize L Douglas JJSO shoes cost mars to make v0y they thr shape lit better wear loazer end are ef greater Intrinsic value than any other JJSOthoe W L Douglam Strong Mad Shorn for Men fyGO yOO Baym School CAUTIONinsit upon kavln5 WLJoug shoes Take no substitute None genclna without bis name and price stamped on bottom bestjWriteIT I DOUGLAS ISncbtoa gaas Twenty Five Bushels of Wheat to the Acre means a productiT rapacity In dollars of over per acre Tbiton land which has cost the farmer inoihlngbut tbe price lt own story The Canadian Government glrcs absolutely bee to evety settler ItO acres of such Lands adjoining can be purchased at from fito 10 per acre trout railroad mid other corpora tionsAlready 175000 farmers from the United States Iiavemadcthejrluomeajncaaada For pamphlet Twentieth Century Canada and all information apply to SCPEKICTEXDBICT or iMUiCKATinx Ottawa Canada or to the following authorized Canadian Government Agents WIUIA1I9 Law BnlKUncTolcdo O JJiPUtklipapr sIilevEls cfthT Nanoln ckll Home5wYorkOtj No doubt yonU need TOWERSFISH IRANOtSUITmSIICKER tlusseasoa Bfata no mistala itsthe kind thataguiaranteedtokeepoudry the hardest itonn Made inlilaclcoryel Low SoldbyaUreliable dealers A J TOWEICO BOSTON USA lowix cssunas cc uToronU Cu EMOTHER i t S 1t SWEZT POWDERS FORHJLDREN 1 ACcrta hire for FcTcrUhnew ICan tlr Ion HeadaeheNioma frrooil s TeelblBB niB rOrrs and Destr rAVor u zeal Break up CiitS iou l rt Ati UrvggIencti millea KHEK Address v Aa OLMSTO Lo Roy NV BiglnterestOnYourMoney All profits pattI la dividends Others hare made one hundred per cent In same business Sure income for and valuable legacy for family Real estate deeded to Philadelphia trust company for protection of investors Beautifully Illustrated booklet and paper free Write at once I L and D Co Dcpt A 72 Drexel Iluildin Philadelphia Pa if =r Tfconpsoas Eye Watir AN KK 2122 PRODUCTIVE FARMSWhatmakesland yalnabte lSprodoctioa 2nd locatIon Sn sptcaltd people am Gemeane rapia lygroatog popUlation Slit en climate 6th a nrsciausccestbme market Tth never a lalloru Crops Stit iOPtiCltl to crow clover and Alfalfa so that tent lip may be maintained at amallwt expema anti that wiitto reap a profit Kn a location near Klansaa City witS Its 4UUU population and In creasing more rapIdly ban 5U7 otberemI of Its else a certain laereajfllnraiaefor the next Bftr It Tears Tbetroller andmotorear will make farms I offer tubarban land In the near future Krery I siiwreawtll bOnQeded fora bomO The big bargains am in bI farms lao aerts at an cre5tactvs aS San acre 5l3aerr btghl tmpmYed atnuian scot ftAicreak5Ui an acre lOisetes bigWyjunprovel at IatUan acrel tui new hIghly near Ktnae CIty tock at W an acre 7Tory will baearasgfroltofait kinde the beat borse J jtforrho National itank of Cnmmrp Fidelity lrufl Company l1aro New tJ XX1BCQI3 FidelIty Trust Building XLC P THE NEW BROWN WAGON 3 NEW IN CONSTRUCTION LIGHT DRAFT t Dont buy a Farm Wagon until you investtgato the BROWN AsX Dea1b i4r Lbookletparticulars BROWN MANUFACTURING CO ZANESVILLE OHIO 3 I 4 j 1l r NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER CAPSICUM VASELINETH SCIENTIFIC MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTERIRRITANT A QUICK SURE SAFE ALWAYS READY CURE FOR PAIN tDONT WAIT TILL THS PAIN COMES KEEP A TUBE HANDY IT WILL HOT BLISTER THE MOST DELICATE SKIN IT IS ALSO INDISPENSABLE FOR CHILDREN a VASELINE CAMPHOR ICE i HANDSAND aSKIN A SOVEREIGN REMEDY FOR SUNBURN VASELINE COLD CREAM KEEPS THE SKIN IN A SOFT AND HEALTHY CCNDrTTM AND PRESERVES THE COMPLEXION EACH OF T 5SS WELL KNOWN PREPARATIONS CAN BE OBTAINED ROM tDRUGGISTS AND DEALERS OR WILL SEND Er vAi fON RECEIPT OF 15 CENTS IN MONEY OR S7AMKS EXCEPTING CAMPHOR ICE FOR WHICH SEND TEN CENTS CHESEBKOUGH MFG CO 17 Slate Street NEW YORK kt vlsSSI Jy r I r ui 1 4 ct i r 9I J3i i gTJ i tt l t l p I e rJo ib J Zr J i Id J zJpiY fJ r L tf J i Ir 1rYt t y r If f I 1 n t QWNGSVLLE OUTLOOK COIIOUTLOOK PUBLISHING LjOWIIGSV1LLE ic- yI IN ADVANCE Address all communications to TUB ODTIOOK PIJBLIKHINO Co or lo JOHN W HONAKKK Owingsville- Ky Subscribers desiring change of ddrrtfi shouldal ways give previoiiR nddrtiBp when writing- Correspondents when out of sta 1 P tionerr should mention fact on n sppnniltt slip of paper No commission is allowed to any body on piihRcriptinnA Tint OUTLOOK is neiit one year for one dollar fix months roy sixty epiitp three months for thlrtyllvp cents THURSDAY APRIL 10 1PW =I i JOHN ALKXANDKK DOWIR alias Elijah IK in Hunting hard to re x in control of Ziun City hut to throw the matter into tho courts 4 might cause u disclosure hut would complete the wreck of Dow S JII ltlI Mr VEBUVIU after destroying i hundreds of lives anti homos and4 tl4reutenhngall the villages und i 4 cities in its immediate neighbor L hood hUB calmed down But pop 0 Subationis vo conjwsted in Italy that the poor inhabitants of the devast t id plHics will hardly wait for thc ashes to cool before they will again IIof make their homeo there C fSrIUNGlfl1D Mo shunted in the t t the Ornrk mountains I the latestp 4placeto occupy th public notice with a mob horror Two ncjtroe charged with upsmilt on a white woman und another negro charged with murdering ts white man were 4 token from Jail hanged und their I bodies burned The mob spirit so long unchecked is becoming more t 06j widespread und daring each year f MAXIM GOUKT the Russian liter ary revolutionist woe entertained 41uldinner in New York week Mark Twain was and welcomed Grky Later presel r setll a metfltge of Moyer nd Hoy wood in juil ed nlth the assignation t tGovernor Steuncnberg of Idaho thereupon would t bo interesting l IIIUIOKANTS are locking to the United States at u greater rule 4 this year than cvtr before Nile FtoumerB brought 11830 Sunday and eight more steamers with nn rqual number wero expected Mon tiny ut TCew York The land of a plenty freedom and free suffrage v will one ofthele days suffer from IndiijeBtion from so many foreIgn us in her midst SI CORRESPONDENCE r 4 West End SotnecornuebeenplUnted loro z Clint SliuHzsJjftllo child ia very pIck 7 SL Klcbnod ilcCJaia Js gradiJ Hy growing worse s A W Warner of Monifee qoiin ty was hero Saturday e Jim s tynlton of Erel Morgan 1 cqunty1washere Saturday 4 h HUArJ i8gettin along nicely SIIC l ioavinK the hoppiml lie has been fishing f iVe received nIetter from J T Willof Oklahoma stating that Wee Down was dead Ue was n ii t ton of Villiara Downs now of Mt j Sterling but was born and reared r here1 StoopsJt1 s Some corn willbe planted this week Mrs Thomas Wnjner continues IriuusIy ill tt ft JL Gregory iot by death 1 n mule valued at 150 Bluegrnss in this vicinity la al most ready for grazing purposes J B Carter went last week to Cheney vllle Illinois to work this e5 season J M Btull of Lexington has been ih the bedside of bis daughter 4 r Mrs K H Jewell E L Fnssett fatally and Frank r Byrd visited relatives near Betlml Saturday and Sunday 4 Ben Morgan ia improving nicely z r ml a boipHal in Lexington He had to undergo an operation Ib SPP tl 9of ltr rnrif iifgradually growing weaker Pete c Goodah and Robert Wil II IIumB of near Owingsvjlle visited c t the formers brother D L Goodan Sunday and Monday SJ HGilla8pie went to Lexiag ton halt week and bought of J F Cook Co the fine Jack Prince Napoleon 0821 fur 1000 4 Bridges Will sold their crop i tohocco 10000 tblto Hislo at f lie straight This complet ethe t purchuie in this neighborhood f Naylors Branch Yr i There was nme corn plante T bore last week dSee elbewhore Mrs Rebecca I deathED2pe- 5orgeGotitlpasterr 1i bought some f7 if corn ot Jouph at 8325 Ii barrel t Mrs AJ Horseman of Moores t r Kerry visited her son Chits Horse hqt j Benny Qopherof Flat Creekwas if the guest of his cousins Torn und 4i 1t htl Nqrris Saturday and Sun I David Norris and wife of near i b ySharpilurg attended the funeral t tit the formers grandmother here r iiayI r c4 jbr J44 PS d j e 4Ij ji 7 J 8src Forgq Hill Colie Moore and Ed tliiIeyitt railed court nt Mi Sterling Mon tiny Mrs Ephrnim Thompson Wilt tutu been con nurd to her room for several wreku spent Sundiiy with her aunt Mrs W W VilliuniH The poultry raiders in this neigh borliood had quito a time with don of red foxes Ltt t week tlu idil mother fox was killfd mil tight young ones ruptured in a clilll N w thin poultry raiders tic will ut thu fox hunters ought In iipprruiute that cood deed Moores Forry nut litilf gardening hits been donu around here O P Sli rout and K e mi broil went lo All Sterling Monday Kd Fan i ing void lo Vm Atchi son of Owingsville a 7yearold mnro for 110 K C Kimbruli soul to C ptiin Iitman ut the lire minc II work horse for 75 Frank Lruter and ObI gltin inn Mold Ui Riizi it HOP at Suit Liik hunt 75 Inall of hugs at 5k Died near here Thursday Mrs LUll Purvis of thiN and Will buried HI IledriikV Friday Site wus the widow of Frank Purvis who died about two years ago Site louver several children itltllllll homo Slate Valloy Mrs Mnrtin Jones is very poor lr We had a nice gentle rain Sat urduy and Sunday it wits very cool Gen Toy nnd wife wert guests of Sam Shulz nnd wife Sunday night Mrs Dee Rudder anti two chil dreii visited her parents A K Coyo und wife on Prickly Ash Sunday Sam Shultz nnd wife visited the formers rioter Miss Amandn Shultz near Olympiii Saturday night and Sunday Mrs N A Shrout and two chil dren were guests of Mrs Shroutu mother Mrs Melissa Snedegar Wednesday of last week Mrs Cling Garner und daughter Lottie altendoJ time dinner giverS iiy Mrs Garners parents Vnrren and wife April 12 in honor of Mr Warrens GOth birthday juijuversary Odessa Regular Easter weather Sunday und Monday M L Jones was in Mt Sterling Saturday on business Miss Lucy Vunlandingham is in n critical condition with no hope of her recovery- J Frank Jones bought a two year old filly of George A Peed lust Monday for 115 I Farmers are busy sowing oath and breaking corn land no cur planted yet that we have heard of Quite a number of old friends of Dave Baxter of Carlisle were reo joiced to meet him in Owingsville Uuurtdny I Foxes have got Hsi numerous in this community tlib fold gray headed women were out chasing their 1thdugrlutwik W It io wer got enough of sheep quick and sold his ttCkut 40 ewes and thirtyodd latnb to J L Vice arid J L Atchison IhPt week at 6 a head for ewes lambs thrown in Okla Horn to Jell Stephens nnd wife a daughter Oats sowingjvas the order of the day last week Earl Crnin sold a horse to Bob Royce for 115 Mrs Nace Vice has been very sick hut is better A good deal j t gardening vaft done peru Lust week TJorn April 15 to Carl McClure and wife a daughter The people met hero Sunday and reorganized Sundayschool poorlylaetVui Stephens Sr purchased horse of Joseph Vice for 90 Jhe hustling farmers can be heard at their plows early and late as they have been delayed so much by the wet weather Revs Martin and Morris will begin a series of meetings at this place Monday evening April 23 Everybody invited to attend We hope they will hold a successful mooting Cave Run J W Ham bought a cow of John Ellington for 35 Chas Adams left Friday for Portsmouth Ohio A B McKinney bought a horse of W M Razor for 16750 Wesley AVJlliams and son Frank of Middletown Ohio visited rein tives here receatly There is a great deal of sickness in this community Mrs J W Ham is still quite poorly Festus Kash has pneumonia und Mrs Hen r Ioiinson is very sick eatus Hash who had been sick for eleven days died Friday at 4 D m of double pneumonia and was hurled Sunday nt the Alfrey grave aed Festus was an intelligent honest upright young man and had many friends He leaves a wife und three small children We extend to them our heartfelt sympathy in their bereavement Georpe the terimonthsold bahyI of M M Calvert und wife while crawlingon the floor Saturday fOUnd some beanti nnd became bad ly choked It is supposed that hoi sucked one or more of tho down his windpipe His father run with the child to the nearest neighbor and sent for n physician tnt tho baby died before he The remains were laid to rest ilonI day in the Siloum graveyard h1 t fI i C s J t ItA1IL 7 ke ti Jrr t E t = T UpnonPrickty Ash Frank Ihndriv of EiiH Fork will the guest of lames lloyd Sun duty T S Shrout nil wife of Ow in ville fpent Sundiiy wRIt D C Shrout It U Stono aid wife visited re lat ell in NiehiduM couiiiy from Fridtiy until Sunday Almanzti Stono utnulwife ppenl Sunday with W W Jusc and Juni iiy Owingsville II A Lyter and wife visited rc lativcH near Mt Sterling und Stoops several days thu lirsl of ihu week C S Uiilliir wife amid dntightpr i htIes Walter Milo and Klinbetli were guests of Daniel Harper nnd futility Sundiiy- Ililey Chandler and wife visited Flelclur Donaldson anti wife on the livndwnters of Burbridge llranch lat Thursday Mrt Dunuldtmn is very sick The sixweeks old baby of Jiimes Bucliannun and wife lied lust Fii day night It WII9 buritd Saturday Itt thin Steele burying ground on Prickly Ash The parents have time sympathy of the comuiunity in their bereavement Bethel Dr C II Roberts bought a Lorsc of Joe Whaley fur 150 Tom Lloyd bought a horse of Leonard Irvin for 150 Tollie Arrasmilh and P K Ilicky were in Flemingsburg Sunday Harry Wilnon hus gone to Let ington lu visit his sister Mrs Ltui er- JetrGilvens two youngest boys Harold and Owojis have the IDeaS los Thieve have been a good many tish caught out of Flat Creek this spring The children of both churcho observed Easter with appropriate exercises Miss Maggie Butt went to 6v ingsville Tuesday to spend a fuv lays with time family of her uncle Seth Bolts The rain Saturday was a help to the farmers in their powingIII sod ground was getting very lough and hard to break The third quarterly meeting f the M E Church South lot this circuit will be held at ShurpsbUrg next Saturday und Sunday C M amid A B Roll iff Jim Ro boris W T Day Albert Wilson and G B Cay wood were among the visitors at Ml Sterling Court Monday Miss Jima D Arrapraith visited Aliss Maggie Aara rnith lit Moor llefd Saturday and Sunday und attended the Easter exercises ut Union ChurchSalt Lick The unallEaster cold snap is on McDudos show is here fdrhw- eek or two Mlsa Bertie Wren has been sick but is out again Mrs J AI Pierce is visitVng her son ut E K Junction Mr Will Kautz und litilo girl cam ji from West Virginia recently Willie Will grandson of Wm Dickerson ia now assisting in tie bankSMisses Crcath Evans nnd Ethel kllnll spent met week in Lexington with friends Our items must have got lost lust weekas they did not appour They collie too luteE Miss Lillie Johnson of Preston spent u few days with her oisier Mrs J D Turley last week The Easter services given by the M E Sunday school was very pret Lily rendered by the children At Mrs Lutes sale of household goods Saturday of lust week tha crowd was small und prices low Mrs Lutes and children left Mon day for Leo county J D Turley has sold his stock f groceries and restaurant and will remove to Preston where he hIs uiurchaSBd n farm We regret Iqjsec theee good people leave town Died Friday night April 13 Mir Fim Crooks of near town Deceased had been sick for some time She leaves beside the hus bund four small children Mr Crooks arid family came here sev oral years ago from Garrison Ky Died April 13 Festus Kash of Licking Union of fever Mr Kash leaves u wife nee Snllio Urusth wait ana two somali children to mourn the loss of a devoted husband and lather Our sincere sympathy is extended to the bereaved The entertainment given at the residence of Mrs A English April 5 by the Ladies Aid Society was a splendid success the amount tuken in being 17 An enjoyable time was spent by all The ladiesserved lunch consisting of sandwiches coffee pickles dressed eggs Fines were imposed which created much amusement and with songs und passedI on Saturday April 14 Rev Round tree olliciating DavidLagrew and Miss Stella Parker of Lexington After u short bridal trip the young people wilt bo at howe to their friends in Salt Lick Congratula tions arc extended this worthy COO pie The groom is manager of the large drygoods store of D V La grow Co here hence is well known to us while the hi ide comes as a stranger She has endeared to all who have nut her nods u handsome refined young lady and moves in tILe best social circles of her home townlThe Outlook and dail Louisville Post one year- for 385 r 0 itI 1 cu J UiliJi t rWM t Sterling Thiircduy Bro W A Williams nod wife left Sunday fur Colorado iRemember Urn Sipplcs Appoint ment Saturday und Sunday Miss Lizziu Stvurts was in Ow ingsvillu vhnpping Wednesday W n Swarts und wife will start back Monday to West Virginia Joe Thrasher und Fonof McCuu ey are visiting his mother Mrs Thriibher Russell Niirthcutt of Fnlinoiith is vii itin his granJfulhrr Dr Clark this week Mrs Farls McLarty arid children visited her parents on Elk Lick from Friday till Monday Wnlter Belcher of Huntington W Va wus iho guest of friends here Siiturdu und Sunday Miss Willya Hunt of Sharps liurg was the guest of Mrs Kate tostiyun several dnys last week Miss Fn u u ic Harder of illwho hind been at DrHllwnrdI for some time returned urduy IleiliPrml 13 Josse the one yeor old sun of Wm Kincaid und wife of bruin fever und wits bur ied Sunday at thcWilliutnson graveyard Joe Lindeoy and wife of Odesa and Mrs Liza Williams and 6 m Philip of near Slate Valley were the girsts of W A Williams and wife ut J P Cophers Sunday Uncle Dan BUvins died April 11 of dropsy und was buriea nt the Old Fields graveyard lie wus good Chrislian man and WUB he loved by everyone that knew him He will ho saucily missed in this community Hillsboro Mrs Lou litmdry is no bettor of her lilllelt S A Duwd is hinting a new ver anda erected lo his houlor Joe G riuimshcyof Cincinnati is visiting Ins father Thomas Grim sle3 George Sousley and wifc tnade a business trip to Cincinnati lztt week j Charley McGregor and OttoRuw lings came back from the VestSit unittSDied Thursday the infinit of Tommie MuRolert interment Friday evening t Foster Freeman bought of Tully Arnold u C3 acre farm near God lard for 1500 Mrs Judith A Eratuons return ed last Monday from an extended visit to Mt Sterling i Miss May Zimmerman ntLmnie Sunday from Moreheud wljere cli has been unending school Mrs James Shepherd has had a operation performed and h gutting along as well au could lueixJiected J W Hunter returned TJiirsday from his trip to Granudii Julan tl will commence his sprliigktmn of silion lucre Mumidmayb Rev RnnaiV after utUhajCug the burial tit his Liolieriularv Len Deuton relumed lo his IAiuie ui Lawneamctburgatttmrdaty Hattie Newmun daughter of of James Newman died S ilurday of consumption mind was bu ledat thuNewmun graveyard Sui day Stopstono Miss Anna Thompson epoit Mon day with F Brown und luridly Miss Lizzie Conner Sun day with Vm CnrmichntIJnd wife on the Tupp farm H D henna soul his 4 yearold marc Black to his soninlaw Wm Carmichuel lust week for 125 cash ii Asa M Crouch and wifo spen Sunday at the bedside of his moth er who is very sickut herhomu in Owingsvillo H D Blcvins was at Olympin Saturday to attend tho funeral of bis uncle Daniel Blcvins fur whom he was named The sick nt Mr Rajt Mr lien rys Mr Alexanders and MrQuis enberrys are better and hope they will continue to improve The doctor says ho can bring L O Payne out of the crips ifnoth ing else sets in to retard the treat ment we are glad to say Wo hud very nice weather so fur this mouth until this Easter spell bit us and Wd ell you it feels like regular old winter again Judge Lane and brother Horace spentSunduyLane and faruilyon ButlersBraneh Geo Staton orLexiligtop was lucre several days lust week mind the week before on legal but ines9 and visiting Ms nephew J B Staton on Salt Well Frank Brown who was in the city several days last week return ed homo Thursday alter luying- wice as much as ho expected to buywhen he left for the market Mrs Brown and Mrs BUtinger spent Sunday with R H Lane and family Mrs Brown being on time sick liar und tint doing much good this week We hope she will be better next week Brother Wilhoit preached In Su gun Grove school house Sunday morning to a large crowd and after preaching the congregation em t iloyed him to preach for them time rest of the year Walter Lowryof Salt Wellwho tad been to Cincinnati for n week visiting his brother John andothi er relatives en route to Ashland returned home Friday well pleased with his trip und said hound a glorious time while gone Joe Ray tore down the long oubla log cabin on the old Cussl dy what in now the farm on the hill south ofJttieVai way This is the listif the old landmarks and was built long befl ISorrysuch ustate of decay that U was dangerous I DONT FAIL TO If DISC HARROWSII Oliver Chilled Plows Ball Mitchell I Hillside PUws Brown Double Shovel i 2horse Cultivators Superior Corn Iand DrillslAmerican Field FenceBestCheapestD- eeping i and MilwaUkee MoWers Binders and Hayrakes Mitchell WagonsAll Sizes oil Hands Full Guaranteed ai Get out figures on Barbed Wire 3 i ails and Builders Hardware 1Sce lOc Bargain Window Each Week I ELA T ByronOwingsville Ky fir 1PJ rr BATH CHIEF BATH CHIEF will make the season of 1908 at tile old Dr Blgstaff lilac 5 mills from Shaipsbtirg iind mIles from Owiiigsvlllo on time Tunnel liko at y dIEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Money late when colt come3jor mareparted with or bred to other sUn k 1BAfH CHIEF is a sorrel 15 34 hands high 7 years old this spriig He is unsurpassed jur stylo action and symmetry of form nnd ROCK nil I units naturally Bath ChUifIs n sou of the great Bourbon Ohlnf Bourbon Chlhy Harrison ChVf ho It y Clark Chirr Bath Chiefs first ham Silvio Iiy thu Andy EngllKUJiorse second dam by sun of Old Harrison Chief making Bth Ciiief un itibrnd Harrison Clyef Bath Qhlef is a halMirother to EmU lao great 51nmur that defeated nil competitors at the World fir Ho is also l mlbrtmthacr to Alllb JoucsV gr at show horse Mo1utgctncy Chiff that soSl for JuOOOCO AT SAME TIMIJ AND PLACE ILLSTAD BIG OAK BLACK JACKwith mealy points by Albert Bridges big Gray Jack 10 hands high out of Jennet by Clayton Howtlls Old Alexander at EIGHT DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Money duo when colt comes inure parted with or bred to other stock mOllthKoA1L TALBOTT KyITREESPLANTS VINES Fur the spring of 1906 the Blue Grass Nurseric offer n full stock of fruit und ornamental trees ever greens shrubs strawberries grape aFparIagus 0 cm pny no agents Strawberry and general catalogues OR application ta H F HillenmeyerSonsLexington MY FINE STALLION King Wilson will make the season of at thus Jerry Whitton farm onequarter of a mile below Sherburne In Bath comb tyIiynt TEN DOLLARS o insure a living colt money duo when colt is weaned mare parted with or bred to another horse n lieu retained on the colt until season money is paid KING WILSON was sired by Wil sons old King 1st dam Hess by Ew Ings Moutroso Chief 2d dam by Wilsons Old Kentucky Chief 3d dam Kato Walker by Belfounder Muntroso Chief was sired by old Clark Chief 89 1st dam by TIed monjs Valentine 2d dam by old Montrose Old King ris the sire of Glorious ed Cloud who made tile season of 905 at 200 King Wilson Is a hulfI of GlorlousRed Cloud JW DAUQHERTY F i l f ICE ICE I am now ready to fur nish ice in any quantity t low prices Delivery at any time during week and until 8 oclock a m Sun days Ice can be secured for sick people atany time Telephones 4 C A REIDOwingsville Ky MY COMBINED SADDLE AND HARNESS STALLION LeGRAND Jr9 Will make tho season of lOOGut my Stables on the Richart farm on Snit Well nt SEVEN DOLLARS To insure a living colt A litn will be retained on the colt until season money Is paid mare isparted with or broil to KIIOI her horse LxGRANDa hnlfTorotlier of Peter H Stephens Lernndby old LeGraiid and out of uKulcorn mare highisand is a No 1 breeder- A good jack sure breeder will make the seasOn lit the same place at 85 lo insure u colt Same conditions us upp1jtu LeG iJdJr Robert L GoKdpnster aS i t Jj 4 jr 4f f 10 rTT1U FINE YOUNG STALLIONSr = 4Vfi Jif4 p f = 0 i f AMERICAN CHIEF Ii f ti T IOno1 the Lust liursns in the State will mik i tlm season of 1JOfi at my i A place IUverliltle11 the iiiuutti of Big Flat Crook Bath county Kyiit Ten Dollars to Insure a Living Colt AaiEUtOANCHIEKwasslrpdhy Old Show King he by Harrison m Si J Chief he by Clak Chief ami he hy Mumbrino Chief HIT Clmluf 1st dam was Luto by Jo Downing n model show mar lugs Is Jam 1by Parsons Abdullah ho by Alexanders AhihrrrrTT the sire of bidsgI Maid Kings lain Iniuw time dam of Rail Cloud Kings 2d dam waa by Wells Yellow Jacket Kings SJ damn was ft fine Virginia mare 1 Americium Chiefs Isi dam by Simmons Boy 17517 sired by Simmons 1 2741 record 228 1st dam Blinklo by Harps Mumhrino he by Mambrino f J Chief 1 2J dam Longback by WnodfonU sire of the dam of WedRewootJ f 219 Woodlords Mambrino 222 3d Uain by Belizes Buzzard sort of 11 Imported iltazzardS rrthethe VCing In the world He is the sire of theUatn of MomapmeryeffretmT ia4f T of championships at Louisville Nashville Indiannpolis Kansas City MontgomeryChiefLouisville amid State Fair at Lexington last faIlSAmerican Chief is a beautiful dark bay with black mane and taUstar 1 III forehead snipmarked like Kentucky Chief Is 15 hands 2 4 in high X l weighs 102C lbs and Is four years oldrITERMS Ten Dollars to Insure a living colt Money clMe Jiwhen colt comes mara parted with or bred to another horse X Lien retained on colt until service fee is paid Every precau tion taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur t ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN GOLD PREMIUflS will be given for the two best colts LiOne mare nuad came horse The mousy will i e equally divided andTmV owners of tho colts to select the judgfls The colts must be shqwnk i the first Saturday in October 1907 at my DlacoPlverslde Path county Ky opPosit SherburneqAddress Riverside R F D NO2 t Box J rliVlJisb 1K7 HOUSEfl- LAND St FOR i fr o i if r r 1I7Oc Ifl t r tCfl la Nflf 3 z i fj Afj ngeit for Mrs Detdcl HxV have in lily hands for sx1qbout tL rTof hill land adjoining the lands tlioOlyin pian Springs Co ind CT Einbi y which E will seir as a whole or in parcels to siiit the pnrehaser Tins land ullll1a ttJiydesirable sheep ranch iSk r Call Ollor address me at Owingsville fCyS 3 dl W LANE3My fine young stallion Sorrel Bill Vill make the spason of 1906 at Ntiilile on the JonnthunYoiing furnl halfway beiween Bethel urd Roy noldsville at Eight Dollars to Insure a Living Colt r Also ihe fine young jack JIM MYERS Stands at 8 for Live Colt I bofijht this jack April 11 front Myers Dudley for 515Jjm Myers is 15 hands highback with mealy nobe J R CORBIN FINE STALLION Peter Stephens Stall- ionLeGrand Will make the season of 19CC at my barn at the home farm of the lots Jacob Warner 1J6 miles southwest of Owingsville atS10 to Insure a Live Colt He made the season of 1005 at the Forge Mill- LfGRANDis ft rich redbay horse 16 liinds high weighs 1150 Ibs and Is five years old He Is by old Le Grand and a Mtigie II mare Also nt time Hitino time and place a good jack will make the season at 7 to instiru a living colt Dud IeyWarner1 0 f 1 SOrRosemon rnl d 1906HHaving J 1 decided the best js none too good fur our country I have por chased time highest clusshorjse that was ever in Fleming county to head inystud AGrand Snow Horse A Born Trotter ARION HART IBy the wonderful ARION Holder of the worlds record ut two years old 210 and fouryearold record 207 Also record ot sell lug for more money than any other horse ever sold for In this country 125000 Ho is also sire of27 In the list including Nice 208if Fanellu 213 darn of Sadie Me 200 Lord Roberts 212 Lomo 214Hetc His sire jlist208 Palo Alto 2O8j AHIONS dum by Nutwood 21S sire of liaiu the list including Man ager206mimmdfdamnsol2G8A1UON thft great Red Wilkes that sold for RalphWilkfiLouise 210 etc sire of the dams of 177 ineludliiK Coleridge 205if Co soiula 2051 Sally rotor a06J Dr 208tKlngletc A mON HARTS second dam by Mambrino Patcheti the lr Iti hlf day He sired time fipbleMnm brlno King the sire of more trotters 7 In 2JO list thaunny horse living or fdead including Lady of tIme Manor fIr 201j Lord Derby 2054 Halrnt Law 2053 nut live others In this list and seventyfour iu 230 or bet IIter i ARION HART Is n beautiful red bay 1534 hands Iiigh fonryearsokl this spring with plenty of i extreme nctIoc1 He will make the siuson of lOOff at l tirjy place at the very low price of FIFTEEN DOLLARS To insuro a lIving coW Mousy lao colt comes or the mareIs part2 auditlien 5 r money Care taken to accl tlents hut no responsibility aasumnedSshould any occur JAS It DAY a f Rosemont Stock Farrriv HlLLSBOKT K 1 4t i 1n it t 4S cii1r 0 1 r i t4 j4sum bt t 1 2