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clothing in stock to fitTUie big saen BROTHER it BHOTHCK 4 MNaryeverybodyLet UI seU you one c eAp i f jo VN ErrILL HONAKRR it COi c carpet when y T 1 trpt for tho money X 1 X TncR fe BROTOEK f fi djn lincrusta r 1 160ralsat 1 M Perry Jo ICit tI 10 ilI tt t 7 7ur 4 iIJI J itk I 4I r p fi I 4 p ts f1t Ja J I Pt pll iY j Ocl rfc J y I J b t yf iJl o J io 1II 4I yf 7i2 vr rS l 4I tftI i e h of 1ti i pt o f tf C J r tili Itot ot r f t ic 4 g 0 1 N ri fI If r t IIt t 4i H I 1r r v t q J to Ii 1 t eicUy Aug I t f J n1lCco ilanta are generally re frrteU to bo umIr a it Pte adollenell all large as a dime I rA loa KMT 75SC t bluegrass I 3uturewIjh good ne ndplenty rj31 J nio Flat Creek Address 5 y MUE Tonitu 8 jtIit F D No1 I Sharpsburg X y tI1q WAzDGbod sober black i tra1tbtetake charge of a shop in 1 country GtiotIlleication for A z t bc L ApplyatthlsoMee i ftitdXBMt SAW FSAKciico ff KMerlteaert Campbells DUDleItr s ttretl iriT Uore aRd J J r e ikfjrV loll I Ilfart haccity I 1Ht1aa has Kftr jcamfiact the ire 1 1 4 4i stoabuyLr t t eniYuT di gali I1QthiISknec ttArL t we I Id tohnibu= SB 4 RSfr M fttJ ltl rw t + t UI s Jfof TISMrIIJ f IerrJt Ii ye f jp 1 1L J tj tbsrrruIalJ4 T o ap1ifthe Wadercare rd lZ r 1 V thar1Ltrkh J cIatIyexptei Mr and Mrs Na ye kt l c aalMirkLad aruiaee- rek4 prMiattea of their iiiiilratlpQs WS AJfItcU LIIP8ELr8 t t IS j 7 DAeRoc TORAgt eoataialagihre idp u 1 alLrajcciae lvSbrougbl Wyowag taraplke t ssl1Itsonl 41 beyeM 4i astern 1ItH lw cia1Jet her un i usl this yes writtia abIOI afterIlDnIiJft Me kaweT the daagereis eqnlenti o 8rlrr sgon Hi Tw 2iat rstn that wejot t r 1ot7 ii r I i t IWt 1 r IA J lrrp t ct1 i y r j t fri Yi jJ a i t Cif L t a 1 T T r tt rl JI i1y J rl 1t ry I r J Tfo = tf4 to 1Io rJ PERSONAL Wins gorweek a Clark Pttttoraon of Mt Sterling here Friday Char lea Brother of Mt Sterling wIts hero SundnjvfltJudge C W Qoodpx3t vi In Sterling Friday i IIIIOeo A Peed wnn on tb naUville tobacco breuks last WtU1 James TElUngt r of Vule was town on buslnesi i rltlay Mis ingsvisit t friends at Gruysou haSrriigtfl In Mt Sterling IJob vlsiud ChtsSuuday Jes ingeoJackaOflOfSPenCOr jand Honuker and wife u Sunday Elder Robert Campbell return d rtThur a visit td his tarn Liancasterhn T Clayton and wife returned Sunday night from their bridal trip to Cincinnati John Arnold sprained his iinklo Monday of lust week line Inn laid up aver since Clayton und wire leave Wedlet1d y of thlx wtk to make their home in CovlngtoliheeS Shrout und wife visited J Will Shrout and wife of Mt Starling thursday and Friday JrsOilrnaathe sick list with bronchial affection WmJ Murk City Maruhiii will aUposition as Ruara Dr Wo Mclntlre wife and b1oncdau IrLseLisl Faria M rlaps8rsI Ey 10 r f f t Iifc t oiJ t 7I p 3rTItd q 7 r t y1 t Lrif t 1 tty = f fJdr0 IOOS I a r Ii1r JJ 0 JIff 011 i i ttA r f = l t s ti a ftInt T S Shrnut has plenty of gltllGethisim 4l3t ntalnsye rold horse for 125 and an rearold one rorIOO tobuildSierlinipike Bud Brother is agent for the OflIgrealuhblepn Arthur Byron is going to build residence on the lot boughtnf J LBa Rornesd of town To nake room for to cars of I ingLany C4ftitJ At BOTACANtoM You cannot raise HeroBbr d n nHi u igaraeigbborsasina fro Bud Brother Iudwill lad it aore tillraotoryhi a wearing out 80Iebod1 eliIue iR rinBE1Itisneedleu to tell that whjn you have a McCor nick mower hay rake or binder youhuefy RfydaTaOJIP8ONADuieEjdet coCOllntvClerksiii April 18 Mr wason311 an eroJcounty g JlfZ80 arn ot inn Ing Inlnt Inwaterawi8red WS conUlBed ireeisatr yooburasd and hil10il0 + r f T f iY1 tr Miss Nina Black aged 1G years daughter of Joseph Black died at grandmother Mrs Annie E s on East Fork Burial at Gilcuil Thursday morning IMAKES Bio CROP Drill your coin wlahIt Union corn drill und will luve more corn more fod iUr and more mnnylit harvest tnti HVIT before Bud Brother them WILL MARK You HAPL TDiI cA you lieu the White Mountain refrlg eratO r at Bud Brothers Well when you do you will begin look around to dispose of the old ono so you can buy a new ono and ppy 1t eBo x SUPPEK The Ladies Aid Society of the Corinth Christian rch will on theevening of Apr give a box upper to aid in lift the remaining debt on the ilagy We invite every one to help In this aut Hours from 7 f 30 12 pm ra FINDING MoNt C aiSne raised 4785 p toba eIccoislund between the two mout of Prickly Ash which ho sold toR t ertson Stone at 7cbringing 331 95 which is many times the mark viluc of the land it being sub Lito the overflow and havin- n out to the commons for man years of written PRIZE DC about ibyiter aCnllle8 that Led to the Civil War Children should begin writing at e and send them in to Mrs F Allen Sharpsburg Ky Chair plan of Bath County Committee State Committee Mrs IltttitI Bruce Reynold Ctiairinan C pAw Sftorcla B LaIlC e lI t I h N e orthe DI t t Inch y II5I n itt f liu rr ILj id 1 j n f eti6 6 et IJ II lid yan 5 a r helnt mtbllLtyitflgOO od Lie lShJllllul Pfi Lllew 4 j di J c3 j IJr I II WSd ii uYiday night On j morning there were frostI nnti ice In plenty BLGQIES SOLDThe following boughtet20 Otringfiville precinct Thomas Co j1inStemetlmanNixonh of ChckRiddle John DoylerSharpsburg precinct Tal otti SfSaltW lowFlemingBlue RiceGGr Cheenwade GIIIlspieWItanZREICuICANNR ft Con ner last week received the follow age Itt Mr J W Webber and Ms can a Eichm0nn married Saturday D ril 14 1906 Chico California to home 327 Normal Avenue Chi yard cuanbilIabout fifteen years ago He then d daughterSaIIt t Oral wife is dead None of his friends here bad heard of him for some years He wax a mon rfnendlRoaErrsSwatrrsMr BNF berta aod Miss Effle Swarts were i rried in Mt Sterling last Sutur t L 1 girughtersedand stepdaughter of Lile rt of Olympia with whom she modesd t s was night pperapra Preston eral months the past year and later went to Pikeville succeed Charley Latbran of Naylors Branch su operator there He was timha ive of Carter county He is a4ung man of agreeable manners dbridetfishbs Wv i t t LI r=r h r It X i i x t New Goods of Our Hr Coons has returned from the city With a line of new and uptodate goods We have the very latest materials that cdn be am they found in the market We invite you to see our lines you t Dress Goods all materials Silk of all kinds Vaistings cmbdy and plain Carpets Mattings a dRugs Bleached U lldcrwcarIFancy N Belts and Stockings Suits ONE 1 00 ors mens ladies shoes TO CLOSE OUT COflE AND SEE THEM LOT HATS I1lt sold at and 250 we will close them out at Street AFTtr THtc KuoiT BLOOM The tre e fruit ufitil kinds was in full ulblootil when the frost und freezr ruek it Monday morning The r W tI v rYi111Uh1 couxTrrjii UATE tyf IaeII- aurC nt ft recent e8sii n the uecmirty tax rate nt n tUhl ur fifty cents on the 100 divided as lows 25c for turnpike purpn 20c for genprul expense mud OP for f trax vrnt pollfixed countJIIMORE ENTERPRISE TIIAS Iu NTGeOME P Jnhnson nenr Sbnrpsburg is responsible for thr following story There was n Ind der to a window or oponirig in hipIgarret where hnd been place crooked pitcher Mrs Johnson iiuJ an enterprising hen whichr uliuiuei liv ladder dropped threeI pmtienlhpilcherIiINDA AND HARUISOS CHIEF ofbrondrtin Ky from Southern Ky be tred to Emernld Chief C L iiniley sold 3 mates wee netheiqfof Emerald Chief Sti ti cMi Allen of Libert Mo after Mt5tHling following mo stallions on the farmremurked WIt EmeraldChief sen ded He or OntTtTARr Arthur Clay Cat michael died April 8 1906 at the no t InICarmichael and wife on R FfaNo8 Paris Ky r endestHe was a bright little child com is mourned by all that knew Mis yea Sweet little darling Lfelit of home wikBekonlngBright aa a sunbeam Pure as the Anxiously shi Mother for you ItII the LOO day ter at B A i tern get t iIIIt pur line t will iIr i Cothing i and Shoes Hats Shirts Ties For Dressy People We will sell forty at HALF IIiJLESS cost Ii BIG OF 828225 50c and 75c each S SLESSER Io OvingsvillelInin Kentucky fol uf dowI tTtsti T T EARTH UA1ESL7rHbock I am giving the long time high prices Is almost equal MI Lltn1It1IflmtlItl I Wti11 irsI am prepared to sell atk profll tt11iJdIY hollel tocn i e nil qualities of NotionsefALSO SUITS MADE TO ORDER I theIniJYOUR FRIEND JAHES GILLON Jon PRINTING licmember that ptintletterheRds8Ifltelt1l3nt envelopes cards lithe receiPtsi invitations andtli sorts business stationery on the best stock in tasteful Atyle at the most hrreltponablo prices Compare our anyJobyour Advantage to have us do your work We also print posters dodgers pa and tur Mnedanyjuarttity blanksneMiss NINA IHEtPs DrH dessmeasles and after C Iuy thedied ubout 8 oclock byrningshe was Her mother who coSshitdaughters bedside before sh terrbrothernear Paris did not arrive either Deceued1t8 sutnaryd condition from edquicklykofpneumonla Relatives Itnd Sherq suist rsand was a daughter of WmS wijlnglvillt5ho vas a Dodcst ind tr i tioesteemand f111Ir r1KSF caFuneralOwins House cenbywhich the interment look place nia deTbepallbearerllwereJudgeJ e H Goodpsster S C forBarnesT ToonhereofSAVE MOKETIf ofchaseof dress goods try the Denton Mercantile CoHillsboroKy They save you 83 to 1 on each suit Ut So The frosts are especially danger uisto fruit in tbu lowlands 4 THAN PRICE first ns McDades show will be here n1 next week commencing Monday nIprlyurtJumes W Lane presiding Only mi Ju ofdgeChesapeake do Ouio Railway Co TJudgela Vinnco Ju TdgobdlJudgeI byntfc 0 woetapr jfisrpresentingu Gmpanypment has passed That was vtoo much red GUtereu session of the books Judge Lane rI1cientevidence tedthedge Pattersonligi menIANGLERksiat San great graftedTtityIr ofwilo1906 odawongThoa n of Mt Vesuviushe thenctu Saturday list of Spanglere tihecies which were published the Leicautld Vtgropallingthe reader instinctively shud ter siteothergroHereson nntTheCTheRussiaensuof the Sultan gold Turkey hanPresideDA protracted race war in tho uthsecuHoods in the United States 8destrujtive eruption uClil monu Jw 6p EUGENE MINIHANMa- kes X i t the best 7J HAND MADE SADDLES ami HARNESS 1nil kinds His Wagon Breeching Cheek tines and Blind Bridles ara f HANI MAtlE and are better than can buy any where Btsfnrprle I y selling Collins Humeu iindChafns at fast years prices You cost nioro but I bought before the bIg advance iiiul am giving tny 1f customers thu benefit of the low prices When you hay ri VUICAN PLOW put the heat chilled plow made Have plaIn or corrngaled points they fit every time I sell tho Hall Hillside Plows at ar Jow price Isee my goods ant I will save you money 1 I am yours for the best goods at a low price t 1 EUGENE MINIHANrOwi ZK f liK 1A ti- I1E3E1 POe RACKET STORE IWe have out Spring Goods now Call and get our prlcesandconj1iwill save you money traw Hats 10 Sc Fine Straw Hats 50 25c Mens Linen Hats 20c Ladies Slippers pr 2 150 1 25 Mens Slippers pr t21 150 Mens Cotton Gloves pro lOa Mens Cotton Jacket 35 25c Ladies Vests 10 8 So- Childs Vests Draw rseftCh 15 tOe Mens UndershirtsDrawera 2520c Counterpins 98750 Lace Curtains proU8175t SOc Ladies Sun Shades 25p HjJIE tWatches y m LIt GoodsI Vesuvius he activityof Mt Pelce and lcisniu eruptions in all parts parts of the world he eruption of many voIanc sea Mippumi to be extinct Great littA of life nt Ielt by torn is lycyclonesEtirthquaktrA in all parts of the rld Destructive earthquakes in Cal nla and the Philippines in Spain reat disturbances all over Eu S hepanglermtr of 1906 will be hot and ry throughout the temperate zone with extennire death rate ust Christ will make his spirit among the peoples of the UnlIStates and England in wblehI ntries there are to he fervent r 0W ouie and potent political move ts which are to overcome in a degree the present spirit of t and commercialism hat the United States will con e as a world power and leader nations That to have an inistration of the people and discoveries of corruption will mode that will drive some ol guilty to suicide That God will wreak terrible vengeance on tho Russians for the LexingtonLend ALUAISLE of ni 0Tlaborers were excavating ins nbecellar on a lot belonging to P e Lee Atherton in orofnamed Andrew Davis truck ething motallc and on exam on it proved to be a box of gold lI IEaanred a frantic scramble for the Davis got the most of it uphanddul Rcatsred When the contractor and IhlIa ey they attempted to j 0 Drapery Clod yet ISa Ladies Fancy Hotci pr lUe 1 CllII1R Sttilot Straw lists 50 Sheets 19u 8 Day Clocks 181 Tack Hummers 5 3c 3 floeTCIi8 f t e rn XV 25 20 IOC crC6tt9n Hop ft i1 Tobacco Hoes J5cP Doortocks Illteknohl lOb iGal TirrCInp Sc JPratta Lice KHv can JOgs Ti y Ltw arid JieWeIer Ow1xgsvi1ie CloCks dieIry Glass OMiral 11I Pennsylvania FINDAsquad LUA iAhiLaitei ff andRecordsl IBargainepdringa Specialty iI 1J fake It 1rmtJutvfat his home bet npeneed flreond wounded ono of- het officeri Davis wan killtd arid another negn wounded Some1 T officershe 3the gold Atherton tIle he mere wanted to secure und hold it un 1the rightful owner brings proof that he is entitled to it In case that ii unt done h Is an interesting zquestion whether it belongs to the heirs of the finder to the owner of the lot or to the contractor who was removing the dirt To Whomltrllj oncer j IhbavinB Treasurer nf Bath county I have establinhed ray ofUce in banking office of thu O Win glIille Banking readyaseistanIto discharge the duties en 1cumbent upon me as Treasurer Ju W SlIAKKLAND Treasurer of Hails Countr Owlnjsville Ky Apiil 10 1906 MY 3HATNESS LeGRAND Jr Will make the season of lSOCnt my on811WegSEVEN DOLLARS o insure a living colt A lien will V retained tin the colt until urason money is paid mu it parted with bred to nnoiher horse LiGRAND is a half brother of lliLeGrand tcoiningd is a No 1 breeder A good Jllckpurl brpeder will 3 plIwatl5conditions as apply to LtGrnndJr obert L Goodpaster WeeklyCourjerjournij vear f r Opltl 11 1 s i = u fi4 t L 4 I 140 4 J 2 J C Owingsville Outlook OUTLOOK PUB CO Publlhen i OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY Spains bullfighting season lasts six nr seven months out of each year In 4 Castillane rPrince Chun the brother of Ilia em theertirnearest relative In the succeeding gen ratIon and may eventually be em 9prorI onCarnegies orpJ council I 4 drlnlshaltcbut eats twice as much and 4 enU14 Consul Bergb of jothcubnrg t ports that several of the old raliw a75t I systems ot Sweden aro planning i gJI substitute electricity for steam as ri live power and that plans are being Eanal d to apply electricity to recently purchased 1luriesby the gi ernment lii When five Chinamen Itre charged init 11JIerpool with playing fantan in antii t gaming house the magistrate said that they were just ItS much en i titled to play a quiet game that wasJallowed In their own country as EtIgleulishmen were to play billiards In atrJo1eI All Neapolitan babies wear Hi around their necks a charm against Jthe evil oye called Cimaruta which 0 I means a sprig or rico When cot plete It consists of nine emblems all I torwhich have magical power These are the sprig of rice serpent d i1 half moon keys heart hand and born lives birds shamrock and sliver f tat enent the discussion of the mar liage and divorce Question it Is in 5h iI leresting to note that prominent taramong the worlds great men Newton leI VMiluJer all Whitman Washing 1In ion Irving Hume Cooper Watts that Drake Beethoven Gibbon Voltaire iered Iii Kant Michael Angelo Spinoza Des cartes and others were nilc lorsniaThen t The library of congress now contains he iddIprints and 82744 maps an 1mffo charts according to the annual report io of the librarian Herbert Putnam The cnn treLI I neboughlcelved by gift 11763 by copyright and up 6474 gained by exchange with foreign governmentsfare maiTheHors or Japan who previous to tho CHII revolution or 1S67GS comprised aboutI lags 4 ndbelnjrMtaintense MarketIng characteristics and they corre burning ponded to the times They were a classapartlulId 4 BrohadheCc The longest ot the now railroad sys For fens which will be built under the buutf supervision ot the Insular governnentLbe iiottbe Philippines will be a line v7h1c11 tons leads front Manila northeast to tfip in terlor ot Luzon and thence to Aparrl name the most northern part of the islands This road will be the transcontinentaliwer e tlItepas It were of Luzon and II open up the richest and most healthful rtr sections of the Philippine Islands Th government survey calls for a Una At 336 miles long but the horso trail h k 426 miles long mel e the handle of an organSa England obtains nearly Is 4eitumeaas much per week as hesto 5 Italy more than fon rchi seetborer was I pay of the policeman who moves him burst on when requested Thousands iilin killed artisans who have served ap b prentfceehlp as carpenters painters t and Joiners get only half the organgl t grinders pay for the Italian a f very poor week Indeed If heJhl 1makes less than 13 and his income li r often 1750 to 20 or morearv r as- aThe demand for American goods hat Eng shows no falling off and i tLneeds only careful attention to quality WM to attractive methods of adver a 4Using to show a rapid Increase Be in W lag a busy and prosperous place much S more might be done with American o 1Z and notions than is litmd ritresent the ease and there Is always y eager demand for the better varle r ri lkncanned of sound welI packed fruits meats and fruits and cereals 711I small packets anti food supplies r J generally Most dealers now carry mericanlDade boots anti shoes ik1 1rllic town of Thompson Falls M 1 Houla county Mont has a strange s vsm In the botti s epaliving rooms at a temperature of 55 o degrees and butter eggs and meat lire kept cool arid fresh without the z least trouble The best part of the l wild storage system In that Itcosts absolutely nothing after the plant has ha a labedtfresh air which rushes upward 1 r rJcoldsummer long The wells originally Ij titeredug for water j4AX The automobile has not discour r faged the tisefnl animal the horse t Official reports show that the equine 1ISsUliparitmount In 1905 there were 1i Iiagainst the United States t t 14213837 In 1890 The ex opor price averaged 30399 last year t tt against 17450 In 1892 The horse it 4f flesh blood and intelligence and i t i plo of neutral and practical predi led I tIes can have an affection for him ifIt IM gets proper attention Isa thing of i i iwavty and more satisfactory and re 1 I HtMe to his owner C 3 The Japanese official newspaper t4 the KokuBiIn compares foreign and L Japanese soldiers saying of the Jap r i aBe e They are brought up In the i Idea that It Is their common duty tot f rBErv with the colors and die in the eof their country In case of i Fg emergemcy so that they can rise In l J l their Valor and fidelity above ti c of other countries who either U tt r fighting the occupation of their C i or follow It as mercenaries England with Ha wagBHlcent army Is not nulle f J t up toJaaLI Pc JII rrln i ti c ttr fide J y 1i p Jt rff v tt f t4 ft tI o d t tot 1 I tl 1 Ann s jor I EARTHQUAKE SAN FRANCISCO bire Following Quaking oi the Eiulli Lays the ISeaiitiful City in Ashes THOUSANDS KILLED AND INJURED riiree Hundred Million Dollars ol Jroneriy Destroyed ami Iliom- isat4is of IVople Homeless Five Hundred Bodies Recovered and Buried Immediately Without iden- titiCatIonAbundant Relief Re CitiesonSan Francisco tal April HI Earthquake and tire call wd the great calamity California hall over nowIi In San KrnnchRo ulonis It is noestIUlaled that from 2000 to 5000 1111111tands Thu lituilfiil earllinualiu uliocli jam without warning at precisely 13 II clock Wednesday morning Us otloti apparently bolus Trout east IheearthS it increased in Intensity Chlm Bin began lo full anti buildings to ack tottirint on their foundatloiis se People bccanitt paiiiustrlcKon and to tlllmIdsb sllowers or railing hllllllius brlcI s sit orniccs and walls wieat while others wore filshifully was mangled Tiioso who tciualnoil loors generally escaped niih theirthl though scores were lilt by do lietl plaster pictures mill articlesthrown to the floor by the slueiatiScrcel hail Ofakiaireously 0tthe water mains had useless by the undergroundU movement Funned by a light breeze flumes quickly spread and soon city ny blocks were seen to be doomed Iwadynamite dreSounddroedstrrtswitweveramiaidee to the ositespiten arid the troop of dynamiters hoern ed totepropertyA lIgllrare 000 dimcyuding the Grant Parrott Flood Examiner and Monailnoct ijuilillnrthe Palace and Oraml numerous wholesale houses pcoplo t the same time the commercial Ht establishments and banks north qf ami reachstreet were burning 1 district In this section from Sansome street to the extenlajen t anti from Market street dway Fire also broke out 0Faan Mission 3 rnmnml UltJmrnc Inassoiiillta along the dings have been swept clean ululhurl blackened beams and great of factories and ofllccs standacti illhouclted agahiKt a of mock after block ot bunking houses e soon reduced lo masses of red iessIrnILarkln and Sutter streets IT e1IYlicehouse never to relppeJrnman Franclsca April 20TIme city for desolated and the theme for tiltnat ry of the last days ot San I ranwel co emerges from time ruin tcar med that the acme of Its misery lan reached at diisU when lame s sl from all sides of time beautiful co tel Falrmount the palace that tni ore every other structure was ap patently most strongly entrenched pO alust the attack of the nllconsuui fire And surrounding thaf lofty In plinacletould see to the south to the east anllalo out to the west lay In cruel fan cu tlc heaps charred and smolUnp all ha remained of a prosperous city h The metropolis of the western slope trl In ashes ta This has been another day of in fu even stniggle ot man against nn Conquerable elements of nature Acre ob ifter acre has been ground into dust ne ashes despite the heroic pcrsc rance of the firemen to limit the In conflagration co An attempt was made to check the ar mel march of the wall of fire at In Van Ness avenue which crosses tho fo ilty from north to south whore thera elall stores and fine apartment w IPortlands Subscription April 3Up to Sat rday night the total subscription re M toned for San Francisco relief work mounted to 160000 The committee ays tlujt when all subscriptions se ured Saturday are reported the total III amount to 250000 M Train Load of Supplies En Route Pittsburg Pa April iiA gave rn tloUttent of tents anti supplies for tho re icf of the earthquake sufferers passed hrough Pittsburg en route too San ranclsco Clarence H Mackeya Offer IIewstacieyFraptjent Wheeler of the Universitym- viiiCalifornia at Berkeley saying he out i ibuto 100000 toward tIm erection r n new building for the university IsIIItla Olympia Wash April 23Gov leado lias telegraphed to Gov Par anltcatzationhe disposal of the California execu lye Adolph Busch and Family Safe St Louis April 21A telegram was ecelved from Adolphus Busch who dth his wife and several members of Is family are In San Francisco say lg We are saved limit liavo noth ng but what Js on our backs We eave this morning for St Louis C Jl BurraSe Gives 100000I kCIAS Angeles April 21 was receive atasteltttrnOOnDmessage n from C J Dos3urrageauthorizing n draft on him lot lWiOO for tjia r6t rflfidj if f J JIWN7tfv j7 t 1 tr A t iJ r MAP Or BAN EJn A TIll Black Lines Show Approximately oluds All the Closely houses cud and where residences bOI The co operation of the artillery was f pitodynamiters in blowing uji the man mloKvcry available pound of dynamite its hauled to this point anti the sight one of stupendous of appalling thehavoc an the cannons were trained on amllscrushing At d IlIlnsIig at millionaires were lifted into the 00dustWhile time heroic flreflgliters were making the last stand at the lino othn Ness avenue panic reigned among survivors In other parts of the grIieter have been so terrible that hunlobids became frantic and pped from exhaustion In the eets Time streets were choked body h refugees scrambling wildly for ly avenue of escape and San Francisco April 21Tho prop lon now confronting tho city gO I ment and federal authorities is not to feed the multitudes of desti has the Presidio where probably CO people aro camped affairs arc con precisionIn It ICO sur persons arc being taken care of Ia o than ono hundred vast are campei in vacant lots and ares scattered throughout the city these are time unfortunates hard to j n Francisco April 2Uall It not for the sight of the rude altars Two In the open air wherever San ciscos homeless thousands were rtnn ntiii fUt1R1il1F-clatloiis of faai day Everywhere throllghout meil vicinity as well as the remaining see of tIme city there was the greatest ord vity Streets were being cleared mat debris laborers wcro repairing hea IlllImaimto unentangle time almost hope Itoconfuincisco was In the first stages of its onlng tiiIeneratIonhere were no hungry people Sun dec The gaunt spectre ot star vent timeloncent response ot tho people of jorlty in particular and by tho entire ion In general to the appeals that bontload and boatload poured into Oal qu cordclent to overwhelm e intmmitteebutiOn So great was the volume se mistuffs brought into the general dc butcommittee made an appeal for rci coorTiesthnharmoV foodstuffs in order til co hoobmmtioJi at the scores of stations sca sublishedsionwThe homeless people are no longer to subsist on bread and cii Laof twdthe previous days of their r b idgcanned meats and even btitiUpllY from GnniJmrn Ca b FrnlabmousaithJudge McKenna Tenders Resignation P n 2tCball F thcKenhmnfederal court ot Porto Rico ins cabled his resignation to President Roosevelt It Is reported that the bar association Is for Judge t cieimflaS resignationC Train Load of Flour Offered April Olhls city Bhroughgraphed Mayor SclunUz of San cisco asking whether Minneapolis 1 should donate to sufferers a train load f flour or ItS equivalent In gold Disinfectants On the Way Tacoma Wash April 23Tho Queen was dispatched for San rancisco with 23000 worth of disin medical stores and food sup plies ordered purchased hero by the mayor of Philadelphia The UnIItcdgiae States cablesbip Uurnside will follow with another big cargo Buckman With 800 Tons Sail Seattle Wash April 22 The steamer Buckman sailed at noon with 800 tons of supplies for San Francisco sufferers Eleven hundred tons of sup martpliesFund Started In Bremen New York April 21A cablegram was received at tho New York office ot the North German Lloyd Steamship forIstartedsmmbthescribing 23000 Louisville Raising Funds anLouIsvilleto provide for the San Fran forcriscuflenSitudayrimlmigcmlIn rapidly V i LtdJ I T t the District Burned Over It In Settled Part of the City understood by the charitable people orv the country that there is a surfeit of liilyell for the public to remember that the homeless thousands must be fed cared for by time organized relief O- fonunhttees for an Indefinite period Is desired therefore that contrib j tionn bo continued everywhere people who have been r nllercilD helpless anti destitute by the city isfortimno can care for themselves Tho total number of bodies rccov- ered and buried up to Sunday night Is Xo complete record can he had this time us many bodIes have bocn hurled without permits from the cor cr and tho board of health The archers of the coroners board health department found not lIIomhe an 20 bodies Sunday They wcro buried Immediately A few of these thejImpossible nt the present time lo tain army sort of death list or even make a reliable estimate ot tbo number of casualitles Whenever a Is found It Is burled immediate In without any formality as the burials have been made ateln widely separated parts of the city btodifferent bodies of searchers who Ceievenheadquarters considerable confusion resulted In estimating the number been reportshaewas lestimRtcdajico authorities that tho loss will Jltgale HOOOOOnOO and les amount of property the InsutnnSm companies carried approximately 175Fra000000 insurance BODIES CREMATED session Hundred Were Burned By Order the Of the Coroner allu- Jrof time Union Iron w rks wero cremated at the Six Mile house by tho vlct InCora judlonupolthmd were victims of falling buildings ic were killed in the lire but It is believed by time board of health thatFmajority died from ptomaine So many dead were found Inng limited area that cremation wasGO med absolutely necessary to prea disease The names ot some t dead were learned but In time iliapia set1 of cases Identification wan lm thus possible owing to the mutilation of the features A systematic search for dIes of the victims of the earth 0alieoner and state board of health In specters Tlio city has been divided o sanitary districts and squads of archers have been sent out to every and quarter The ruins of the burned ildings in the business and tho old bond sidence section have sufficiently oled to make the search pbssible body of an Infant was found in e center at Union street near Du uL Thero was nothing by which Itju uld be Identified 11 was hearno- ti Gen wever that a number of people he is mped at this place and It is pre med that tho child died and was lertcn hen tho party was forced to movoIn Three bodies were found in the the house on Harrison street be ideeneeli burned beyond possibility ofB entification At noon reports haoSE een made by deputies sent out by thon oard of health of tbo finding of 23In odies In various parts of the cli ew of them could be identified TI hohero odies were burled In various lilac esthem nd the graves numbered The Universal Postal Congress Rome April 23it Is understoolla at the Universal Postal congress as given votes to Australia New Zenc land the Transvaal colony and thoII River colony a deliberate votoc toohina Conclude Her Trial Trip London April 23ThO Empress ofg time new Canadian Pacific II j laway 1 around Ireland from L1LtverpaOlvy sea jShoots Daughter and Self Passalc N 3 April 23Stan- itIGertz a AvcaTlhy resident ot this c f shot hisdaughter Mrs Walter PetersI shot at her husband and killed himt self The daughters condition Is The trouble arose It is said over family differencesICongressman Sherley Weds New York April 23 Congressman Swagar Sherley ot Kentucky anti Miss MIgnon Crltten wero married at the home ot time brides parents Mr and Mrs Do Frees Crltten at Staple ton Staten Island Frohman Will Give Benefit London April 20 Charles Frohman will give a benefit performance at tho Duke of Yorks theater April 28 for the sufferers by the San Francisco earthquake Marie Tempest and her company have volunteered their a crv ices Fought To a Draw Mllwaukea April 21Honey- rty Me lody of Boston and Jack Douglu of Mllwaxikee fought eight fastrounds to1 draw before tlieBhdgerYAthletlc nselmaffair from fcttirt to llnlsh 1 fTlUIfIIU f Kentucky PickUpJ DELEGATES NAMED Gov Beckham Announces Appointments to Charities Conference Frankfort Ky April 21Uov Beck ham appointed as delegates to attend 1ht national conference of charities titid correction to be held at Philadel phia May MC next State prison com missioners McCutcheon Brown and tirecn state board of control Per cyto inly Milton lion and D B Red wine Mrs Deshu BrecklnrlilRe Li ington Miss Emma Brysou Coving ton E F Dunk Greendale W Nones George Sehon T D Osbori Mrx J B Castleman John R Pilanz p Illlil Mrs Kuta Yaynibii Mrs Ulnliard Tiirpln C M RI lever Mrs Knnna Gallagher Charles A Wilson Peter Caldwell B B Huntoon and Ed Grnnnan of Louisville COL SWIGERTS FAMILY Private Message Says They Are Sa Lexington Extends Sympathy Lexington April 20Mayor Thom Combs sent a to Mao S sSelmmltzthe sympathy of time Lexington people Ilrjale1IIessage yhimithe family of Col Samuel Swlgert ere all safe Dr E O Young Is a receipt of a telegram from the nay department in Washington stating that his brother Commander LucIen Young was sale Falling to get word from his brother Dr Young wired the ficials at Washington BOTH FATALLY BURNED aughters Clothes Ignited and Mother Goes To Rescur of Lexington Ky AIrll2111rs R darlghleI c homeanllarc la Tho1IIolhlr a r clothing ignited from the daugh reachedthemMaysvilllans in Frisco howningClintDrowning enrsAtoelnsy Two telegrams have been sent hivedtrotorheard from Solons To Testify 20SenatorsPhelps yo mtentativesy x t1flpearnkfort anti testify in connection that1rlber 1 of the Kentucky legislature to influence votes against the passage of rectifiers bill Clark Must ServeJj IntL tu in in in ion of committing an assault upon child under 12 years of ago The gment appealed from was rendered n the fourth trial of the case Inthe rt below Haley Is Ranking Officer Ky April 21ln accept tho resignation ot Adjt Gen Haley Beckham placed him upon the un igneti list of the Kentucky guard h the rank of general lie was so ced under an act of the general as ibly at the recent session and is the ranking officer of the guardJ A Moonshiner Captured XOpassraiser who resides near IJonayr wai arrested charged with operating a moonshine distillery A large still all the necessary appliances were captured Copass was released on t New Adjutant General Frankfort Ky April 20Henry R wrenCe of Cadiz was appointed ad tant general of the state to succeed Percy Haly resigned Lawrence editor of the Cadiz Record He was page In the assembly of 1890 and me back as a member of the house 1902 Seeking His SItertoLexington Ky April 20Dr W O ullock len for San Francisco In arch of his sister and her husband ev and Mrs R L Cave who reside the stricken city Every effort has made by members of the family to get into communication with The Elks Proffer Aid Louisville Ky April 19Grand Ex IfItethers In San Francisco extending con and asking It the grand lodge melistressPlkevile Gets the Convention Palnlsvllle Ky April 20Tho con Isresslonaltrict has picked Pikeville and August for the district convention to nomi nate a democratic candidate for con j3 IcefOne Week Normanleyro by Esquire Futrell for the seco- ndiitneTTi They were marrl oil re V if 4 t at lea on j l f as tistr = i J Jjf Jtb f 4 r j ti 5r1 t Ili iflfJ f f lJrfa Idl frit7rta Ii t t fra t U tgvVjYjtt t 1l J f Jft UII ATTACKED THE HEART Awful syCuredPink Pills 1yfatalIttlmrentemcj ofMrasfollowsI traveledcoimsi1cmbiywexpcr1 tveatiiornhmiwasjrieguhlmr3ii titxbUllIgdoctorlEItCW worse I gnvo up hope of gettingootter and my neighbors thought I was surely going to die I had smothering spells that it is dthounot lio on my left side at all My ham is fuceArter trYfoimprovemcmtftnllnftcr 1Stirely cured I am glad to make this vufferersimplydenllll1cmlses limo pain They are guaranteed to contain no narcotic stimulant or opiate dnngeroffonuingdirectlyontliobloodnilclitisonlytbronghthe fydruggists or will Iw sent postpnidqnreceipt of lrice celltl w t b1flioDrWnUamsMedIcino S Where Genius Falls They have traced the story of eartb of and her myriad children In the rocks wherever it was written by the hand nature herself and neither the in nltely great nor the infinitely little scaped the crnywho can state and explain the laws which clrbutton antweek later by his wife among the rubbish under the grate Taking Their Dust out willhavedlatelypuJohn Why my dear the one we drink have Is practically new I cant help that When I was out r- r a fly this afternoon the Van tier J 5hlgberkept thel jwhole tim + 7 f 1 0 L r J iec on ja no ke being drY and V3Iout kvthe sun OF 7otRcMuDIAMcLbccT0IT0w s quickly at Once leanscsi uoothes Is and protects diseased mem It cures Ca and drives Cold the Ke Senses g YOU WEAK t3M Y5ITW CATARR anti orby Trial mai TO He slats SOS 15W SkI ArUM 1 till t1 1 STRAlfeHTEN UP Kidney Trouble Oases Weak Backs and Multitude of Pains an4 Aches Col R Marshal 716 Common Charles Doans says A kick horse first weakened wy back and affected my be nnllhad doctorscase chronic rheu matism but could andfinallyPills for my refreelythatcompletedtwo years boxFosterMilburn fclHIS KIND IN Then Hubby Was Sorry He Had Taken Any Interest in Lii Dreams Some time aminiIis wife ilarpcrV relates distrenwhat IuchlILT husband her to tell tohimjn Qrtler that he might comfort her inducedtomayhere was lalep0oIourirn polot became them gaeped wife done up in tenntsSuggestionWhy anilIin teamsdintntemn has to undergo lot of bitter acheihim therefood r1 t i eeie 4 b 2 r11 IA 5t 2d t1fr I kwil1 i rtktc 1 I I i of of s of v Cim es Relief y in ss is one of its buy hardest LOTliD 1 t J Balm h d ViJckly to The There HAY a Smell li mail N WHITING hC t I I i V h jt l 1 fIt r CANT a S Harrison Deputy St e I fra kidneys I of I Kidney kidneys CAME uncontrollablYMagazine it strangling euthanasia A a it Sn S Js J a That a1d to I Whitens the purifies and breathcures sore sore eyes and b direct application cures all inflamed and catarrhal conditions caused by feminine ills germ cidal else At all 50 cents LARGE TRIAL PACKAGE flU FOR A Certain Cure for VoniUpatlon Headache TO IN ITS coiuststsJ- tOULD INSIST ViO WhAT TREY ASK FOR REFUSING SUSSTITUTES OR IMlTA1l08 t 1 rrZ C f oI t Lc rJJ77Lr F r if jJ f c 1 t t i1iUFACTS ABOUT STAMPS A specialist who collected the stamps of and her colonies re sold his collection for 11000 f It takes a collector to tell are Apurl v ommac Chiapa Diego Suarez Bamrat Yea Wadwhan Jhlno UJong Farldkot Nabba and Obock It requires more than 40 large al bums to house the collection of United States stamps owned by the earl of Crawford This collection of L States stamps is thought to be the ttmost complete hi existence The credit of adhesive stamps is generally given to James Chalmers Dundee Scotland Ha tIreenact t tment of December 21 1839 they wero issued for use In England May 1840 O I an Artistic Description J A sweet girl student thus described the in which a goat butted the boy out of the front yard Hahurried the previous end of his anatomy time boys afterward withan earnestness and velocity which backed by the ponderosity of the agoats avoirdupois Imparted a mo a4mentum that was not relaxed untilthe boy landed on terra firma toe pale the goats Jurisdiction l Western Kansas Publisher t Religion No Kxcun A nina addicted to walking lu hts y isleep went to bed all right one but when he woke he found on the street In the grasp of a an Hold on he cried your t arrest me Im a somnftmbul reJisye cant walk the streets In yetnightshirt Scottish American 4= m ASnn e n s HL ATTENDS TO BUSIN I t 2 r t agi ptt There only Genuine Syrup Figs bene ficial effects f S i 4 C rf mf T Y w40 on kidneys and et I I 0N1 I Always the genuine by the eu tA1U1N1AHGSYRUPQt011i11e4 r genuine Syrup Figs is for sale by all firstclass druggists The name the company u Fig Syrup Cois always printed toe every package Price Fifty Cents per bottle T a3 II satisfaction than when YOOAtt 1 Positive atsoitef the of TRP- OJJID BIAOCORWIOW FEVEI Fulleiza5OctaatDn Sizo1Octby ADVERTISERt fi BUNCHES begged Dozens get Delightful Health txtint I Toilet Antiseptic teeth mouth catarrh throat Paxtine extraordinary tleansinghealing anything druggists MasHIGRAYS FIDTeething DeaorIOTB DU3IRUiG BUYAiYTIII5O- nvEftTiSED UAVUQ ILL fi i tJffJrj France centiy stamp awhere Ancash Antofagasta Coilad United originating i Aj of public xGave manner against beyond of night hiinsej police t i 1fi 0 i Acts best the and stomach bowels Manufactured full Camorwt frontI AITOWUCObOSTO1HA5tILSA CURE Ihrotbers5GWarrenStreet1ewVo IEver MOTHER SWEET POWDERS CHILDREN WV L DOUGLAS j sSHoESW L Douglas 400 plltiEdge tkM cannot be equalled atany price cw0MANUFACTURER THE 101000 REARD to who can diinrere this statement If I could take you Into my three large factories i 5 Ut Brockton Muf and show the Infinite carwtthwhlchcmrery palrofhoeslswadeyOti Wr r W I costmoratomkcIbytheyhoidthIr share f t at better wear are greater i tatrla lcvmlu th n anyotberS35OSiioc kW L Douglas Strong for Man92aO 2UU ftoysSchool b DjaaSsa 250 CAUTIPN liavhi tVLlhu51 L U no ubstltute genuine fl without bli name and price stamped on bottom i t fast CcIo UZIdl not ueu Writs for IllustrateS CetalogIWL 1lOUOLMrocktoa1aIr i a SS iii r IJo i f11 t WOC HU l T V J p 3 JLPfRUN WORKED SIMPLY MARVELOUS IIffer Severely With Headaches sb 7 l Unable to Work 3 Luc V McGivney 452 3rd Arc I 11 lyu N Y writes seIieigai to my work lam better now thanks to Perui4t and am as actlre as ever end have Sno headachesI way Peruna worked In my iThe simply marvelous in our flies many grateful from wonen who have huffereJ J j with tho symptoms naincdnbovc Lack of space prevents our giving more than 3Metestimonial here JJ Ifcis impossible to even approximate 1 he great amount of suffering which Pe I e J- iTuna has relieved or the numl er of woru who have been restored tohealth 1 jMtd strength by its faithful use TALES ABOUT WRITERS rI f The late Henry Harland lvKfld to 4 z Sf have recclsciL 7fljmtoetn6ne Of his h wt ner of- I wor k n J01 r a t rcnch nmbassa z 4 i ra volumhiioiis A hundantJ show 0 t ft c wrllpr orio l 2 1I tr 1i fc1 I i iI 2 4 iJ Ift t Jj J l rl t Sr s qI r 1It1 t1 t 5H 1 If i Il 1 M j v Jta lf f I i f i v fr t t ip Ir f rtf i J ft f t 4 t is i r 1tiTim Ir r 7t 1d10 4 l O 4 h J k i1v t If If lI il lfl o4 15iti tt 1 J iJLIIS srnion b t 4w Uadover heard One petaxc i3ieii i te iJpyoutJ is Wings we ncvah q l jro- t ifJIf o eed said t b shop gratified = Le praise Y fn s c it I told you 1 you never kfolI4 Bout Sodom an Gomorrah Why I always thought they was a 4 I io Iioirp his wlfeTho Reader I Heredity nw Im losing my hair early in j js the young man passing his 4 3it over his bare scalp but my fatherend grandfather became bald Sat 20 H ri A1r7 comments the picklenosed In- dividuali who is always thinking up isuchthings then you are the heir to F their halrlesEness Magazine ot Faa tftlo BUSY WOMAN t t fiAWork of 3 or 4 If Well Fed 4 r young woman living 4 ot New York writes HI amat present doing all the house 1 work fit a dairy farm caring for 2 chil l dren t vegetable and flower garden a t htimber of fowls besides manag f extensive tciiange busipea 4 rtthTMgl tke mails aB pursuJns i S3 a writer J delj0 It was not alVaysso and a year ia when the shock of my nursing r W babys 4eath utterly prostrated me and 5 j r deranged Hiy stomach and nerves sos i that could not assimilate aa much l as a mouthful ot solid food and was In hef wuld have predicted that it ever i would isso i14 Prior to this great grief I had auf a k fered for years with Impaired dlges oI ft L5tIeiiJnsnnnIaagonizing cramps In t f constiIidaIhvrellefr4r at a friends suggestion I began to use V subsequentlycct qt PestBra Food Cote at all my meals Today I am freefrom all the trou l WesI bare enumerated My digestion ulj t t te Imply perfect I assimilate my rood without the least distress enjoy sweet restful sleep and have a buoyant fool Ingot pleasure In my varied sInfact I ama new woman entirely made 1l over and I repeat I owe It all to i yGrapeNute and Postum Coffee l ij Name giveny Postum Co Battle Cre JldIcl1XUc 73TlM efT T OBHead the little K7jie Roto elirUle iapkgs IU 9 rtiWJ 1 tr F c 1 Under the Red Robe By STANLEY JWEYMAN tOoprrtglitU t Stanley i Wjma CHAPTER X COVTINUKIK Neither and I gripped my fcllows arm as he came abreast of me ami stopped him sharply Below us In lie center of a steep hollow a pit In the hillside u light shone out through some aperture and quivered on tho trilst like tha pale maui of a moorland hobgoblin It made Itself visible dis playing nothing else a wisp of light In the bottom of a black bowl Yet my spirits rose with a great bound at sight of it for I knew that I had stumbled on the place I sought In the common run of things I should have weighed my next step carefully and gone about It slowly lint hero was no place for thought nor room for Oclay and plld down the r t the hollow mill the moment touched tho bottom snro o door of the little hut wh ght Issued A stone Mrned n iy foot in my rush a u i j rees on tho Infest lifall only brought to a levej with the startl the man who lay Jr on a jt iern Ho had been roan At the sound I made he dropped bt book and stretched out his hand for a weapon Hut the muzzle of my pistol covered him before he could reach his he was not In a posture from which ho could spring and at a sharp word from me he dropped his hand The tigerish glare which had flickered for an In stant in his eyes gave place to a lan guld smile and he sluugged his shoulders Eh blen he said with marvelous composure Taken at last Well I was tired of it You are my prisoner M de Cochc forct I answered It seems so ho salt Move a hand and I kill you I an swered BilL you have still a choice Truly ho said raising his eye browsYes My orders are to take you to Paris alive or dead Give me your parole that jou will make no attempt to escape and you shall go thither at your ease and as a gentleman Refuse and I shall disarm and bind you alllcyou will go as a prisoner What force have you he asked curtly Ho had not moved lie stilt lay on his elbow his cloak corerint him the little Marot in which ho had- Lll ii 1n irf nut S f f t fof 4 f a rp 1f 4 t 1 A J I 11 Cfii 7t t 1 I1 4I 4 fl t 1 t rti t O ir f t t r 4ii i 4 v W t 1 t tz 3J a 4 I t ii II eor iS f l t 4 E 10 t 1 fof 4 vpr i n w ri J t f S 2i1 t tI m r jiout across the light heTook mb for Cocheforet In a twinkling he thrust a pistol into my face and cried trium phantly You are my prisoner AtI the same instant one of the sergeants raised a lanthorn and threw Its 1I1ItI Into my eyes What folly is this I said savagely The lieutenants Jaw fell and he stood for half a minute paralyzed with as tqnlshment Lsss than an hour before he had left me nt the chateau Thence he had come hither with the briefest delay nnd yet be found me hero before him Ho swore fearfully his face dark his mustache stiff with rage What is this What is It he cried nt last Where is the man What man I said This Cocheforet he roared car vied away by his passion Dont lie to hie He is here anti I will have himYou will not You are too latcIIsaid watching him heedfully M de Cocheforet Is here but he has already surrendered to me and he Is my prisonerYour prisoner Yes jay prisoner I answered facing the man with all the harsbnr I could muster I have arrested i m Lxjlrtue of the cardinals special cow granted to me And by vir tile of the fiamiWiball keep lm He glared at me fcatnoraent In utter rage and perplexity Then on a sudden I saw his face lighten IltIs a dd ruse1 he shouted br n lUhing his pistol like a madman It is a cheat and a fraud And by GiI you have no commission I see through tII see through It ant You have come here and you have hocussed us You are of their side and this is your last shift to save him What folly Is this I answered No folly at a1l he answered con viction In his tone You have played upon us You have fooled us But- T see through it now An hour ago I exposed you to that fine madam at the house there and I thought a marvel that she did not believe me I thought It a marvel that she did not see through you when you stood there before her confounded tonguetied a rogue convicted But I understand it 1oe mil Congressman A P Gardner of Mas sachusetts tells of a little shooting part he attended One of the guests an Englishman showed such unfamlllarl ty with his gun as to make the rest of tko party somewhat nervous Noth lag happened however until Mr Gardner felt something poking him In the ribs He tiirncd and found the Pl e1 dillrig him with the muzzle anTjturablinu with the hammers of J3cl r we et on the birds Q L 4 now Sho knew you By she knew you Sho was In tho plot and you were in the plot and I who thought I was opening her eyes was the only one fooled But It is my turn now You have played a hold part and a clever one and congratulate you But he continued a sinister light In hits little eyes It Is nt nn end now Monsieur You took us In fine ly with your tale of nionseigneur nnd his commission and your commission and the rest But I am not to ho blinded any longer or bullied You have arrested him have you You have arrested him Well lI- yGd I shall arrest him nlul I shall arrest you too You are mad Isaltl staggered as much by this new view of the matter as by his perfect conviction of its truth Mad Lieutenant I was lie snarled dryly But I am taiie now was mad when 3Ot- tiiiI14etl upon us when you persuaded me Ttat you were fooling the woman to getlie secret out of them while all the time you were sheltering them protecting them aiding them and hiding him then I was mad But not now However I ask your lIar don M do Barthe or 11 do Berault or whatever your name really Is I ask your pardon I thought you the clev crest snealc filth the dirtiest hound heaven ever made or hell refused I find that you were cleverer than I thought anti an honest traitor Your pardon One of the men who stood about the rim of tho bowl above us laughed Vod at the lieutenant and could avc killed him Mon Dieu id furious in my turn that I oy speak Do you say that i ir an Impost that I do not hold the cardinals commission I do say that he answerei coolly And shall abide by It And that I belong to the rebel par tr- I do he replied In the same tone In fact with a grin I say that you are an honest man on tho wrong side M de Berault Anti you say that you are a scoundrel on tho right The ad vantage however Is with me and I shall back my opinion by arresting youA ripple of coarse laughter ran round tho hollow Tho sergeant who held time lanthorn grinned and n trooper at a distance calldd out of the darkness A hon chat bon rat This brought a fresh burst of laughter while I stood speechless confounded by the stub bornness the crassness the Insolence tho man You fool I cried at last you fool And then 11 do Cocheforet who hind conic out of the hut anti taken stand at my elbow in terrupted inc- Pardon me one moment he said airily looking at time lieutenant with Jn1 olnting to met f j f J t e 1 t t 1 f J t i r j G t rNdU t 1r f t 4 tt4 isI v 0 1two Ie It i 1 l IJ j c s rio 4is t4 4 tfif rr rL 1 4 f t iCt i 1 J l F M t 7 fi stifIilOlg Y poor bouso 115 presence Oh yes the lieutenant struck in grinning lie Is that gentleman too But I thought I understood that that was 1L de Barthe I am M de Barthe also I re torted Impatiently What of that Monsieur It was my mothers name I took It when I came down here- To cr to arrest me may I ask Yes I answered doggedly To arrest you What of that Nothing he replied slowly and with a steady look at me a look I could not meet Except that bad I known this before M de Berault I should have thought long before I surrendered to you Tho lieutenant laughed and I felt my cheek burn But I affected to see noth ing and turned to him again Now Monsieur I said sternly are you sat tailed No he answered point blank I am not You two gentlemen may have rehearsed this pretty scene a dozen times The only word it seems tome is Quick March back to Quarters I found myself drIvent1iay my last c ri ninch agMiistrtny will Not so iiil have my commission proir it he replied brusquely Do you think that I carry H with me I said In scorn Do you think that when I came here alone and not with dragoons at my back I carried the cardinals seal In my pocket for the first lackey to find But you shall have 1L Where Is that knave of mineThe words were scarcely out of my mouth before his ready hand thrust a paper Into my fingers I opened It lowly glanced at it and amid a pause of surprise gave it to the lieutenant He looked for a moment confounded He stared at it with his jaw fallen Then with a last Instinct of suspicion he bade the sergeant hold up the Ian thorn and by its light proceeded to spell out the document Umph he ejaculated after a mo ments silence and ho cast an ugly look at me I see And he read it aloud By these presents I command and em power Gllles da Berault sleur do Berault to seek for hold arrest and deliver to tho governor of the Bastlle the body of llcnrl do Cocheforet and to do all such said tho Englishman you might show me how to get thrse hammers down Grnilunteil Gilt to Illi Wife James Dalrymple of Glasgow tells this story There was a Glasgow nan to whom his wife said iDolialdncxt Thursday Is Helens birthday She will be 11 years old Give me a little money please to set- a birthday present for herA The man as he took out hlpurse said quernlously 4 I acts and timings as shall be whichIeffect such nrrcet and delivery for these shall bo his warrant Signed mCUELIEU LlcutGcn When ho hind doneand he read tho signature with a peculiar Intonation j somo cne said softly Vivo le rol- and there was a moments silence Tho sergeant lowered the lanthorn Is It enough I said hoarsely glaring fromito face The lieutenant bowed Ktillly For me he said Quite Monsieur I beg your pardon again I find that my first Impressions were the correct ones Sergeant give time gentleman his paper AntI turning his shoulder rudely he tossed the commission towards the sergeant who picked It up antI gave It to me grinning I knew that tho clown would not fight and lie had his men round him and I had no choice hut to swallow tho Insult As put tho paper In my breast with as much Indifference a I could assume he gave a sharp order The troopers began to form on tho edge above time men who had de scended to climb the hanl As tho group behind him began to open mill melt away I caught sight of a white robe In limo middle of It The next moment Appearing with a suddenness which was like a blow on tho cheek to me Mademoiselle do Cocheforet glided forward and came towards me Sho hall a hood on her head drawn low and for a moment I could not see her face I forgot her brothers presence at- m elbow front habit and impulse rather than calculation I tqok a step forward to meet her though my tongue cleaved to the roof of my mouth and I was thumb and trem bling Hut she recoiled with such a look of white hate of staring frozeneyed loathing that I stepped back as If slut had Indeed truck me It did not need the word ilch accompanied time look timer touch me which she his IB as sho drew her skirts to o drive mo to the farther cdS hollow there to stand with clew h and nails driven into the f sue hung sobbing tear less s er brothers neck CHAPTER XI TlHl IIOAD TO PARIS I remeilibcr hearing Marshal BS somplerretho of all men within my knowledge hid the widest experience say that not dangers but discomforts prove a man Jnd show what ho Is anti that the Vorst sores in life are caused by cruinpled roseleases and not by thorns L I am incllneov to agree with this For I remember tliat when I came from my room on the Viornlng after the arrest and uml Jiall and parlor and passage n and all the com onIroor ih hjtise deserted and no ni i when I divined anew fi u1 discovery the feeling of the wards mehowever natural to- iii expected I felt as sharp a pang as hen the night before I had hall to Vice discovery and open rage and corn stood In the silent empty par lor and looked round me with a sense W desolation of something lost and 1 jsiio which I could not replace Time forning was gray and cloudy the air wiarii a shower was falling The rose mslic at the whitlow swayed In the wind anti wh re I could remember the hot sunshine lying on time floor and table the rain beat in and stained the boards The main door flapped anti croaked to and frt I thought of other days and other Mouls I hild taken there and of tIlt scent or flow ers and I fled to the hall In despair JBut here tooWDS no sign of life or company no comfort no attendance The ashes of the logs by whose blaze mademoiselle had told me the secret andmowpattered stoodpi hlng to guard The only living thing Ao be seen was a hound which roamed about restlessly now gazing at the empty hearth now lying down with wricked ears and watchful eyes Somo l aes which had been blown In rustled It orner jNecf out moodily Into the garden ana red down one path and up anotl Xnkingat the dripping woods and rovi rinK hlngs until I came to the i 44J On Jt against tho wall tn Ulng with raindrops and with a dead leaf hnlf its narrow neck stood stmtpitcher ot food I thought how w had happened since mademolscll k Vsr hand off It anti the sergean morn disclosed It to me And IM grimly I went In again throuJ io parlor door A woman uion her knees kindling the belated I stood a moment wonderinghowsho would say to me and then ahA turned aufd I cried out her name in horror fOr it was madam She w cry plainly dressed her childish v a was wan and piteous with wfw tng But either the nightthfH irr nut her passion and ars or this great exigency gaJ fi leinijorary calmness for she wasI JeiiecUy composed She shivered as her eyes met mine and she blinked as If a light had been suddenly thrust be fore her But she turned again to tier task without speaking InaIa steady voice You are still our guest Monsieur soil It must be done ButI cannot suffer IU I cried In misery Madam do Cocheforet I will I would rather do It myself Sho raised her hand with a strange patient expression on her face Hush please she said Hush you troubt meThe fire took light and blazed up a ishe spoke and she rose slowly from It and with a lingering look at It went out leaving me to stand and stare and listen In the middle of the floor Presently I heard her coming back along the passage and she entered bearing a tray with wine and meat and bread She set It down on the table and with the same wan face trembling always on tho verge of tears she be gait to lay Out the things The glasses clinked pitifully against the phries as she handled them the knives jarred with one another and I stood by trembling myself and endured this strange this awful penance ITo Be Continued How the deuce are you able to remember so exactly the dates of all our childrens births- Easllyenough the woman uu swered Our first child was born oni I January 17 and on that day you gavj me a necklace of diamonds and rubies Our second was born on June 2 and on that day you gave mi1a needle case worth sixpence Our third child was born on October 27 and that date Is firmly fixed in my rnlntt through H terrific rumpus4ht you made uout A i1hIflhILPhIIadelhi T FAITh OF COLLEGE GIRLS There Ii fJl UnwrittenXLavr Among m4 Against Locking Up II Their Jewelry The recent arrestof a young woman for alleged thefts front the Smith col logo dormitories calls attention to tho attln of college girls In the mat tar jf afeguardlng their belongings Si IN rew York Sun tr Is an unwritten law among girls that nothing belonging m shall be under lock antI key in hey leave diamond rings hlaz IIIK ii their dressing tables and their pocketbooks peeking out of bureau drawers If they miss a trinket or an article of apparel for a day or two they do not worry arguing Unit Elizabeth or Genevieve or sonic other bosom friend has simply borrowed to Sometimes a girl will miss an opera cloak rind make no attempt to hunt It up until she hud ned of It her self Scarfs nail gloves and handker chiefs are often lent In this same care less fashion The girls say that It shows a mean suspicion of their college fintos as well as an unaccommodating spirit to keep their valuables locked up Room doors are almost invariably unlocked and as the entrance door of the dormitory is always unlocked there In nothing to prevent a woman on robbery bent from ransacking half a dozen rooms In u few minutes President Seelye has risen In chapel again nail again and exhorted tho young women to keep their valuables locked up The students look grave at his admonitions and for a week there Is a great jingling of keys and a careful stowing away of rings bracelets brooches and the allowance which has just come from home At the end ot tho week such care becomes irksome and things are thrown around In any old way as before Rings are slipped over a hatpin stuck in a pincushion pocketbooks are deposited in the chafing dish laces dangle over a corner of tho mirror watches tick placidly on the pin trays necklaces are draped around a perfume bottle and doors are kept wide open again When a college girl suffers from robbery she does not regard the matter very seriously at first especially If the theft be of money When tho robberies become frequent she begins- to think of a dishonest servant or men thieves When the culprit is proved to be a woman the college girl is almost as much upset as the criminal herself but it teaches her no lesson Maybe for a month she will not leave her room without locking up everything but at the end of the month she will argue that the thief has been apprehended so that there la really no need to be so careful Whisky in Australia Australians apparently have about decided that If they mire to continue drinking British whiskies they must have them pure Five years ago tho annual consumption of Scotch whisky In western Australia amounted ta ibout 2000000 gallons but now It 13 not much more than 1500000 The de rcase Is ascribed in adulteration Setting Her Right Miss BlawsoinDid you say to1t when Mr Ketch came to see me the other evening h6 was mean enough to- go anti stop thir chock Miss CbiliicNot at all Some spiteful person iiust have told you that I said he was ugly enough to itop a clock Cllicago Tribune Governmental Edict Recently the Italian government Is med an order that there was to be no imoklng in business hours by officials whose duties brought them Into con act with the public For those whose Jtitles do not It Is left to the discretion f heads of departments to allow or to forbid smoking But their discretion Is limited to tee cigar and the clgar tte No pipes are to bo allowed Hustle Helps Hope doesnt bear fruit unless It Is grafted with hustle In tno Suburbs The SecretaryI find that your property In Swampville cost you four dollars a foot sir What price are you willing to sell It for The Rich Victim Oh Ill let It go for two dollars a gallon Life How He Knew WedderlyThat milliner of yours nust be a bird Mrs Wedderly Nonsense She has either wings nor feathers WedderlyYes but Just look at this of hers Chicago Dally News Prefers the Money Why Is It said the young man nth long hair that the average woman would rather marry money brains She takes less chance inswered Miss Cayenne The aver ge wOman Is a better judge of money than she sot brains Washington Star Midway Knicker How do you feel Backer Too tired for winter and lot tired enough for sprlncN Y 5ua MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati April CATTLEFalr to good Jl 53 e 5 09 Heavy steers 5 10 W 5 35 CALVJJSExtra 5254550 AJOGS Chloee packers b 9 6 Mixed packers 6 40 W 6 6- 0BHEKPKxtra 4 3S 5 4 iuVMSBS Sprine 1000 U- OKLOUR Spring patent 4 50 W 4 WIISATNu 2 red W t 31 CORNNo 2 mixed 61H tf H OATSNo 2 mixed U iii 34 UYE No 2 tt t 63 BARLEY No 2 spring 60 it fa iACholce timothy II 50 fItIS 00 PORIC Clear mess 73 Q17 JiAIlD Prime steam 845 50 BUTTEIJChoicc dairy W 14 Choice creamery Sc 23 APPLESChoIce per bbl 6 00 O 6 IOTATOESPer bush 73 Si TOBACCO New COO O16 W Old 450 tfU75 CHICAGO FLOUR Winter patent 3 W Si 3 9- 0wlmmATNq 2 red SSHW 9IU 3 red 75 tv M CORN No 2 mixed Gt 4012 2t6RYENoPOIK Mess prlmelG tm16 20 JjHI Prime steam S 70 iji 8 72H NEW YORK Fl Winter patent 3 90 tWH AT No 2 red iP 31 i CORN N 2 mixed W 57 OATtVo 2 mixed 37 4f HYD Western mixed W 73 IOitKle prime 1725 50 LARD Irime steam S g 95 v BAITIMOnE- ttWIIBATjfo 2 red f 5- 7CORNNe 2 mixed 53 W 53ii CATTLB Steers 400 t45O HOGS Good to cholcd 7 7 25 LOUISVILLE WHEAT = o 2 red 0 ss CORN No 3 white OATS No 3 mixed 113ts prime nSo- OUinDPrtSie steam e 77- 5jiIAAPo CA1LEin JrSS05raHOGS JoocTtO ci ir t t3 tt I slIFPBy CUD BAT r5I l jIJ J WHAT AILEDJACKS STEED HeHAdIITrlmmed the Old Craft Shipshape to Facilitate NtvIgationS WithIn a hitch of his trousers andj pulls at his forelock in respectful salute to justice Jack Collins able seaman was byaanimals lie Ud a pavingstone tied to the tail of the horse he was riding your vror arrestedhimWhat was that forsteml asked the imiagistratei allblurtedoutside for short cruise ashore Scott after Kiting under way I found time littlebitand tacked about time street when thcCwind was fair astern Try as I couldnt get steady steerage way on her and she drifted to windward just as often as she did to leeward Then thinks I shes too light by the stern as her heels justforthe ship when she tosses on a big sea She wants more weight nft says an old shipmate of mine that I met anti then got him to help me come to nn anchor while I shipped a little ballast aft slmiin1Ialeantiworld why this blue and braswliomid corvette here should have overhauled me at all Dismissed said the justice after rackc had agreed to Jettison the ballast and take the craft home in tow which meant lead the ancient steed back to the stable Cures Cancer Blood Poison and JIftions pimples ulcers swollen IlaniLILumps and risings burning coppercoloTed spots or rash on the skin iinltfoul catarrh take Botanic Blood Balm B B It kills the poison in time blood soon all sores eruptions heal hard swellpings subside aches fond rains stop perfect cure Is made of time worst cases of Blood Ioison tumors eJtin IIIkindcer poison in time blood heals cancer of all kinds cures the worst humors or fUJlPurat1ing swellings Thousands cured a composeIIof Iof shooting pains Thoroughly tested for thirty ca Druggists l per large bot tie with complete directions for home rinse Sample free antI prepaid by writing Co Atlanta Ga Describe 1inS GAVE THE RIGHT ANSWER- t How the Late John Hay Displayed His Aptitude for thesLaw appliedforsummoned to appear efore a tomnultta of prominent Chicago lawyers to be ex amined as to his qualifications relates the American Spectator andfounda long time they took no notice of the young candidate but continued to talk vig orously together on various tubjects At last one of the lawyers turning to him said Air Hay what would you do if a client should come to you with such a case as thisjand he proceeded to describe very elaborately a complicated legal cafe should ask for a retaining fee of 50 promptly replied Mr Hay and tell him to call ttfmorrow Mr hay you are admitted said the gentleman and with a hearty laugh from all preent tin procehinge etl RUNNING SORES ON l MBS1 LIttle Girls Obstinate Case of Eczema ILasttreated by a very prominent physician for totime 1thevithtbeIl c Were covered with I Iiellare a valuable household standwby living as we do twelve miles from a doctor and where it costs from twenty to twentyfive dollars to come up on the ThomasFairmountI Goes the Limit Knicker Is he s reformer IJocker Yes he advocates the simple spelling and phonetic lifeN Y Sun It Cures While You Walk i Allens FootEase ia certain cure foi achingfeetaccept any substitute Trial package FREE Address Allen S Olmsted Le Roy N Y The purefood law will be imperfect if it does not include the labeling of cold storage eggs with the date of embalm ing Atlanta Constitution organsinkidneys and insures a natural action of the I stomach and bowels it purifies the blood cleanses the system anti clears the complexion againstthan r mmmBI AgctabIePrcparationforAsslinilating ting tiStuinaths aitBo1sof INF MS H1LDKEN Promotes DigeslionCheerrulI ness andRestContains neither Opiumorphine norIineraL- NOTNARC oric aaoWtEZffltWJ1t1I ALrJauisi rd 1lImft A non Sour SlomachDiarrl1 WormsConvulsionsYeverjshness Tacsinto Sgnalure of NEW YORK WRAPPERIEXACT COPY OF 1 MIDDLELIFTA c tDread DiseasesIntelligent Women Prepare for it Two Relate their Experiences f The change oflifeis the most critical period of a Vomans existence and the anxiety felt by women as it draws nears not without reason Everywoman who neglects the care of her health at this time invites disease and pain When her system is in deranged condition she is predisposed to apoplexyor congestion- of any organ the tendency is at this period likely to become active and with a host of ner vous irritations make life a burden At this time also cancers and tumors are more liable to form and begin their destructive work Such warning symptoms as sense of suffocation hot Hashes head aches backaches dread impending evil timidity sounds in the ears palpitation ofthe heart sparks before the eyes constipaiweakness inquietude dizziness are promptly heeded by in telligent women who are approaching the period Otaoo u aasooau n life when womans great change may be expectcdILydia E Pinkbams Vegetable Com ound was prepared to meet the needs tryingistrengthens the female organism and- ulidsup the weakened nervous system For special advice regarding this im toIcharge The present Mrs PinkhamI the daughterinlaw of her assistant before her decease and for twentyfive years since her advice has been freely given to sick womenIRead what Lydia E Pinkharas Com pound did for Mrs Ilyland and Mrs Hinkle Dear Mrs Pinkb3mII hail been suffering with displacement of he organs for years and was passing through tho change of life My abdomen was badly ray stomach was sore I had dizzy sick headaches and was very nervous by edy Ba4 side I and E as you and I am say that all left mo and I the of life a well I am to all my Annie Md bf life er I My said I hat a oi organs One I some of the test of who had cured by E I to try It and to you Your wade me a my bad I advise every alibis of life to your and write Lizzie Hinkle E did for it for time life It has ai In that E FaaITO SLISTEft AVASELINETO HI USE FOR AND UPS AND TO ALLAY ALt OF THE A SOVEREIGN FOR a 3TASELINE CREAM CONDITIONANDwS W te I AND OR WILL BY OF 15 CENTS IN OR STA ICS FOR WHICHfSEND TEN C- lCHESEBKOUGH 17 NEW PRODUCTIVEFARMSWhatmna- tesland yaleabme tad iocatloa splendid people Ciii Sttmflne c mate a Bntclaaa accessible mar aUur capaciil cioyer and o that ferti mae at smallest ezpenta reap a CthiocationnearKiansas rttnits4ta4IPopu1aiiOflnd rcaiiiWoie rapidiy thanany of Its eisa 10th a rezee the next City lines make farms I offer suburban land 50 beneeded The In IttO sires 5 tnesret SI SJJ acreimIgb1y1mpToYed It ftfl sew an acre tUiseres bighimproTCe- t rsU an acre 2 acres near CUT stock at an acre KT faral tolail kinds re IIImnoIeendIo5thSt8jPaorTne NHtlniul of The Trust S J gr 312 XCJS M CARtERS SITTLE IVER PILLS Positively cured these little Pills also rcllero Dis css and Too Hearty Eating A forDizziness K sosca Taste la the Montn Coated Tongue Pain In the IORPID LIVER They regulate tie Bowels SMALLP1LL SMALLDOSE SHALLPR1CE IVE- RL uasuuisauis ZrOmD7speaIn Genoina Must Boor FacSimile REFUSE SUBSTITUTES ANLE 21- 23CASIORIA For Infants Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature v Use ur For Overt Thirty Year- sCASTORIA CHTW TOM CitY sf wrote for advice commenced treatment with Lydia Pinkham Ves table Compound directed happy to those distressing symp toms hare passed safely through change woman recommending your friendsMrs E O Hyland Cberter town Another Case During chauKe words cannot press what suffered physician condition female day read monials women been Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound- and decided write for advice medicine well symptoms soon Lmaiirrall woman period take medicine ricerSirs Salem IspWhat Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Mrs Hyland and Mrs Hinkle will do other women at this of conquered pain restored and prolonged life cases ffled physicians Ptakhams Vegetable CWfraund Saccccds Where tthors NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS SUPERIOR ANYTHING HANDS IRRITATION SKIN REMEDY SUNBURN COLD tKOM DRUGGISTS DEALERS J6END MAIL ON RECEIPT EXCEPTING CAMPHOR MFG CO State YORK istrodactioa demiseand ripti iTgrowInjrpopnlatlon never SAlamis maintained timaiwbilo profit otbercity certain tnvaiaefor aaeniotorcars nearfatare LyCty forabome bitbargainsare 5UaeTcesiW bgfarms IWCte highly Impmred Etnsa yards clorertlnotbib irra thebest Commerce Fidelity nrmnthjj XiXXSCOTvm Fidelity Trust ZVCkCkCt SICK Tiny digestion perfect rem Drowsiness Purely Vegetable Signature and COMMNT medicine TVomans cancerous Compound Lydia CHAPPED Building WrintleiTicome who have to frown anti en dure the torture due to the Diseases peculiar to their sex Not only wrinkles but hoi tow lacklustre eyes sallow complexion gray hair allof which tell of premature old age The pttvcntion of this lies in your own hands Cure the disease that causes your suffering and strength en your weakened consti tution with OFCARDOI WOMANS RELIEF oi which Mrs Mazy Irvin of Pam City Va writes MI think it is the best on earth for all suffering women My doctor did me ao miaeryfromof Cardui gave me relief and wisest I had taken one bottle I felt like new woman The above seems to prove that Cardui will relieve your pain strengthen your consti tution and renew youryouth Tryit M aM Dragkts LN 1600 an Acre 1onrtSTUN U the amount farm ers wilt realize front their wheat crop this year 25 Busheli to the Acre will be the Average Yield of Wheat 7 Time land that tide was on entt mesy of thefarmersabeoiutehynotimimigwhilehosewho wished to add to the 160 acres the Goyernmest grants can buy land adjoining at front Ibto anacreSClimate splendid scijoul convenient railway close at band taxes low Stud for pamphlet 20th Century Canada and foil particulars regarding rate etc to SVFERIiITENDEII 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fought for rtheyellow stuff liko hungry tigerso Under such cir 4 icumllances huuinn nature ia tht sama among nfl races everywhere t j A decision of the US Supreme t l Court invalidates nil decrees of dl tt Vorce where both parties to the suit were not logni residents of the State in which tho divorce wa t granted Hence the marriages of s suoh divorced prrsiins are illegal fend the children of such union technically illegitimated any thou nnds of people are in an awkward 4 ii predicament in consequence and relief legislation is neededt 2 TOE great destruction wrought c by the earthquake and subsequent tire at San Francisco from shortly utter 5 oclock Wednesday morn ing of last work until the follow i ing Friday night has been the ab sorbing topic or interest throughout v the civilized world In loss of property it was the greatest ca lamity that has ever befallen the United States eurpasiiing even the great Chicago fire while the loss of life may yet be found to mount t into the thousands Measures for St feeding and sheltering the vast and titude of homeless people was t promptly undertaken on a gigai v tic sOle by tho Federal govern ment and many other agencies i Neurly fifteen million dollars had been appropriated and mndu im mediately available for relievingV V the destitute up to 1dIplan are being made to re q build the city on a scale of even l I i crta magnificence s a CORRESPONDENCE tit r t i CralRS Bruce Harmon nd family moved e to Salt Lick 1 Miss Rvaline Olliver I ii Itltig Jl sNota Unrne a Salt Lick r f Poplar Plains nK r MUfc Corine CorJJver left Satur day for Salt Lick to Attend chn- olrMfI LaB Nenuan and siteI r 3lissLelfle Willroy were in Flem injpburgYThursday m Cave Run 4 Elbert Johnson oraltLlckwas here Sunday 4 t A T Ilara of Salt Lick visit 1 rcUtives here Sunday 0 Robert McPafland Was thrown r cj a horse last week and bad V t bruised up I t C C Johnson and wife of Salt L Lick case Saturday to visit tbe i c rs brother UiclurJ Johnson Miajes Bertha and Bessie John Ft iiiii Cams Saturday to visit home I folks They returned to Salt Lick J MondayV jti a 4 VVFj Salt Lick j l Bjo Adkins preachedat the j1 Christian Church Saturday and jr S Sunday Grangetu oi Quisenherrys select school Jr Mr Hatmon has bought nut the l Kr ya1drelltaurant business of of r Jo D turlet and will remove his 1ot 1 family here from Fleming county VE4 Sato Johnson and wife of Farm 44 tr r viiiled J IX Turley Saturday i pVV Lagrew and wife visited li the foraers parents Joseph La grew apd wife Thursday is If i J Springfield f j71 W SvSaatbera was in Mt Ster f Il ling Monday f r Mr W it Turner was in Mt dayJoo visited a- t5t lGry Lioldlt eek 1b Stanley Sathoraviaited in Car I rlt lisle Saturday and Sunday O t l t GM Turnernf Sharpsburg WaR S i t J the guest of his brother W E 1 f = l t Turner one night last week J j Mrs Lucy Smathers Mrs C E rJri 1Smisthers ao Miss Lucy Smathera e near Shorpsburg Sunday Ir ir andijI ndayV ctta VMoore8 Ferry 4 Ift ThtreiaajceIter Muudaymorn 1 K Mrs Jane Spence leon the wend retBlIedllbet7iij 1 VAlbert Horseman and family 1S Bred to Farmers Monday r t fitt fVUarr2on Will sold to Sollio t Italatjihls lana and the old liaR 4 MiII Jpr2ooO Mr Wills ht 1it o veil to Salt LickVJa VTisltora at Allen fpencea Sun t were Mrs Jerry Vnlandlng ItyLvf 1hlarid 7 children Mrs Richard 2 t f VaBUndinghaaa and 6 children t IlighleycV e f ISi 2rehidran lhey nil spent an en bO jijbkVditI Jj i Jv i cbi ThVVVV 9jr i i f l 17r ri y3 i tc r C 0I S h If r5Ji1J Y ff 9 J J rvq J f1 ott Jl JjIkV f tr1 1i viltjo t fOIiL i tr i r J1lJ i l t J f o 0 r t Pebble Corn is selling at 3a barrel Corn planting is tho order of the- IR D H Hendrix sold a mare for 85 Charlie Johnson is still on the sick list John Boyd was hero on business this week A C Hendrix old his hogs to John Boyd at 5Jo Sam Woudard bought a 4year old mule of M T IKndris fur 165 Leslie Hendrix wife IIndnn An drew visited the family of J M Hendrix Sunday Odessa lien oldest son of WWUodgeru is quite sick with pneumonia John Eden w Ka vixiting J B Lindsay tho first of the week Old Undo C G Whaley has been quite poorly for the past two weeks Warren T Swetnara lout by death last week a young cow with a calf by her side Rorn on the 221 Inst to Mr ami Mrs Prank McNnb a son their firsi born All dongwell W A Whitton said a noire and horse mule colt by her stIle last week to Jas P Colliver for 160 Tho L Darnell wife and Miss Oddie Power of Owingcville were guests of I K Darnell and wife Sunday Naylors Branch Willie Norris of Flemingfburg visited relatives here Sunday Chester Lathram visitea tbe fain Ilrof his uncle John T Laihraro Saturday night The weather turnei inewhat cooler Sunday with otne lrnft Monday morningVC W Horseman vicitert IUH pnr onts A J Horseman and wife ut Moores Ferry SundayV James L Barber and Odd Man ley bought nine heifers of Sam Lathram at UO tl 22 ncr head Elmer Stone ard wife and Ellhi Barber visited James Goodpaster and wire Saturday night and Surfr day Miss Fannie Norris wont Sun day to spend a woek with her uncle Roe Norri and dfut Owing villa MrP Mary J Norris and Mrs Margin Barber visited their sister M re John S Bailey of Prickly Ash one day lost week Olympia Little Davis of near Preston is visiting relatives here Mrs Jennie Jackson is the guest of relatives at Covington Tjse Smith is visiting his broth er vi ovlngton this peek jiis Callie Jack oa of Preeton wasvthe gt8t ut friewda hero Sat ur li L 401 hl Miss Vttla Cunnun went to Salt rick Saturday to ses her cousin who was ICkIMiss Myrtle Ramey of Howards Mill was the guest of Miss May Northoutt SundayV J H Swans of Plnevllle was the guest of his father Geo Swartt several days last week Mrs J K Jackson and Mrs Mol lie Case were in Offingsville shopping one day last week Mrs Wm Slusher died April 19 at her home on Pond Lick She leaves a husband and two children to mourn her death Bro May of near Willmore fill ed Bro Sipples appointment Slit urday aud Sunday He gave us three interesting sermons Married April 21at Ml Ster ling Miss EWe Swarts and B K Roberts of fikeville She is the daughter of Sam Swarts decenfftJ and ia an intelligent young lady Ire wish them a long and prosper ous life Hillsboro Warren Patton of Farmerscarae Sunday to visit hissister Mrs John Moody and family Mort Williams and wife of Ew ing visited his brother Clem VII Hums and wife here last week Miss Lula Evans began luft Mon day to clerk for John W GHoiure at Bingos Mill until next Janu aryCharleyClatk and family of Ewing moved to R A Gilmoras prop erty here Monday Wo are glad to welcome them as citizens of our little town Mrs James Shepherd who had been in feeble health fur some time died at her home here about nine oclock Friday morning Funeral services were held at the M E Church here Sunday at ten oclock by Rev J L West after which the interment took place at the tem etery here The pallbearers wereIAlbert DayJohn Rice James ton Alvin Kendall Frank Dodge and Palmer Hurst all her nephews She wai a devotedwife a good neighbor coneisienlCbriBt iiin and a faithful friend ShenI perfectlovejoyed ShcaloenjoVlJd the re spect of a large circle of friends and acquaintances While roedicnl afd and loving bauds did all thy yetGodiiawloaves a husband three sisters and two brothers besides a host of fiends to mourn their loss bOdj to them we extend our most heart felt SympistliyV The Outlook and dailI yearfOr3S5 a t j l Jt f t ff l ijJVVl i4 f- J if f7Irititr i+ Yt 6LQa Okfa Corn planting began last week Mote Sorrell and wile are oh tin sick lIt I The prospect for the growitjg wheat crop is good Robt McClain ulda horse 0 Omar Wilson fcr 150 R K Gray purchased horse of Gen Snedegnr for 150 Michael Uedrick sold a horse to John Atchison for 150 J M Crain bought n cow from W M Stephens for 28 House clonninp painting and paI pering are tho order of tho day Mine Ida Eden went Saturday to visit her pnronts in Fleming county M ra Alfred Vice and little son Lloyd visited Mrs Junior Riddell and family of upper White Oak Johnt Markland wife and two children of near Odessa viiitod the lattera mother who Is sick Sunday Stepstono J T IlK wling was here Monday H S Hittinger spent Sunday with his ton Luther in Lexington Waverly Cassity spent Wednesday of last week in rllkfort on business Mrs Uiltinger went to Lexing ton Tuesday to bo treated for throat trouble II 11 Turler of Ml Sterling is hero fencing his farm that his son Thomas is living on D Aexander spoilt s veral days last week with Squire Henry at Aarons Run on butiiness Rev Hobbrnf Mt Sterling will preach in Corinth Church the first Sunday in May at 3 oclock John Dunnaway has moved into pirt of the luiuse formerly occupied hy WJ Lawson as a store lure was a big attendance at Sugar Grove to hear Elder Campbell of Owingsville and they all 8 lie dill finely Thoe Quisenberry took the young widow Mrs Graves to meeting at Howards Mill and let me say ho was allover smiles BethelwiFarmers are beginning to plant onto Sanford Ramcy bought a horse of John Arraemith for 85 Jake Boyd bought a saddle horse at Mt Sterling for S140 Th re is some complaint of td bacco plants not coming up Frost did some damage Sunday night but we hope yet for the fruit Ollie Arrasmith has a position with the Lake Shore and New York Central R RI1t Cleveland Ohio Ala W It Scott was called to Cincinnati last week to be with her sister Mrs Dodsworth who is sick Miss Holt and Mr Trimble were guests of Misses Maggie and Lydia Mao Botts from Saturday UlliMon anyVEliztbcth Trumbo of Carlisle visited her grandmother Mrs Su- San ttignlriggfrom Mondayuntil Saturdny Slim Marshall of Carlisle and Dud Jrotiehh Owingsville two of our olj mall carriers were here one day last week Mrs Margaret Davit of Wis conein and Miss Cntherlne Trumbo of Carlisle were guests of Mrs Susan Uazelrigg Saturday CrooKs D S Nixon was at Midland City SaturdayMrs Parks wits in Owings Tille Saturday Miss Collie Jackson visited at Olympia Saturday Miss Fannie Carter is visiting relatives at Salt Lick We are having some beautiful weather and farmers are busy John Reid and wife of Owen county are visiting relatives here Wilson Hendrix shipped oar load of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday B F Parker and Wesley Blevins will preach here next Sunday morn log and evening it being the 5th SundayMrs Will Steele and Miss Lizzie Carmody of Flat Creek visited the family of B F Parker Friday and Saturday M rIo Anna Gilbert If Midland City is at the bedside of her sister Mrs Tom Satterfleld who is very poorly with throat trouble John McIlvalneB barn burned Friday night and all his feedhnd two horses were consumed in the fire Mr Mcllvaine is a poor man and it is hard luok for him Upper Prickly Ash Mrs Roe Manley who has been sick for some time continues poor Grant Coyle and wife of Washington Branch visited John W Coyle atnd wife Sunday Almnnza Stone and wife visited relatives In Fleming county from Saturday ti Tuesday I Miss Iva Oakley of Roes Run visited Misses Belle and Eva HorspI BAJI Saturday uight and Sunday ES Hamilton of Roes RunI lame in last week and his mother accompanied him howe for a lOVe ralweeks visit Mrs WWCUt son Harmon und daughter Lillian Conner of wing ville spent Thursday with Mrs Della Stone E B Stone and wife who hind been with R L Stone and wife for about three weeks went Saturday o the formers father John D tAcJ 1 i C J 2aj v It r 4VV- VSV2SSV t I 71 Stones nSirlisle to make ther- 11me fjthe present J- Mise EQlo Aloe Gunner clime near hclrg seriously burned last Friday morning whijo getting breakfast She poured wt1ter into n skillet of lint grease it Jnit d and set her clothes on fire Her dross waist al mnst burned up1 She had the pres knco of mind to take oiF her dress and saved hemlf from any injury Stoops Jcsse Morgan was in Lexington ftturday and Sunday Born April 19 to Squire John Trimble and wife a son Tanners hove made great head way toward planting corn W A Kiesick and family visit ed relatives near Judy Sunday Mrs Nannin Byrd is reported to be slightly better at Lexington Mrs Thomas Warner continues very sick She improves very slowly Wo never get a correct des rip fun of a wan if wo let him describe himselfOur farmers fear that tobacco plants were badly damaged by the recent cold spell Meadows promise to be fairly good A largo amount of clover was killed last winter Ollie Kissick one of our young business men wade allying trip to Flouting last week A W Byrd traversed several counties lust week in the interest ofti8 medicine firm Clell Foley badly injured his knee lust woek while helping han dlo some young mules fien Morgan will return from Lexington this week where ho hits boon for treatment in a hospital As a rule tho man who thrusts his benevolence upon another ex pects to send in his hill some day Mrs Harrison Conn and children of near Poplar Plains are visiting relatives in this neighborhood Theres many a slip twixt the cup and the lip is an old saying yes and theres many more after drinkingA writer says Love is eery interesting It might also b added so are many of the di vol 0 cases hisses Minerva Roherson and Ethel WillI visited Mrs James Al ex mi tier near Springfield Satur nay anti Sunday Preaching and praying do not make a Christian it takes Christ to makn a Christian as it takes sunshine to make the rose Mesdamen las Alexander and Leo na Rohereon and Ida Sliultz vis tell the fatuity of Jill L Robeson at Mt Sterling Monday The light has at laetbeon turned on our old friend Undo Whiskers Dowie It shows the old gent in colors like the world believed he had been wearing for jears The reasonjpa many people suc ceed to foil Ir because thny hflpct over the puci top much lay t o many plana fi r thiofque ifii J Al nut do enciuglfauiing for the pfes tnt The trouble with most men is when they struggle to the moon lain top thi y look FO Flprlll to tho people Jjelow theyeaflt tell whether n a a rat or a rhinocet os A certain newspaper asks What is a kissT and gives 5 reward daj ly to the best definition received To an outsider a kiss seems to be the biggest piece of foolishness that could be enacted t Miss Siillie A McDonald closed her school Friday owing to the protracted illness of her sister at Mt Sterling Miss Snub has scores of friends hr who hqpo for j the speedy recovery of her sister The raco for the Democratic Congressional nomination in this district promises to get hot Already half a dozen aspirants are in the field Congressman Hop kins should have no opposition He has proven that he isIi real representative of the people and not a dummy He can take care of himself when debating in the interest of a righteous caue TnE lresidento Muck Rake speech has stirred plutocracy to its depths He intimated that it may be necessary for societys welfare that a graded inhnritanco tax be imposed on great fortunes to pre vent their transmission intact to posterityand thus becoming instruments for the further absorption ofI too large a proportion of the creat ed wealth of the nation by a corn paratively few Tne idea is not new Perhaps thousands have felt that such would be the outcome of the piling UD of such colossal for tunes as Rockefellers and Carnegi les It ought never to have beenI possible for such fortunes to be neI cumulated Carnegies and many lesser ones are due to tbeprotecI tive tariff Rockefeller toa law less and conscienceless warfare on competitors until a monopoly was secured Rut a system of politics and government that has aided the perpetration those great wrongs on the masics may in the very pre servation of the peoples welfare hOve to turn to a scheme of virtual confiscation in order to restore to the people their own When theI protectivetariff and specittipri vii ege policies of the ruling powers once become discredited muse it well be wrjtten in hUtorj ifyat the death blow to the Repubt lean party was given by popular leader since Lincoln WHEN TO SPREAD MANuril write to ask you what time of the year do you think it best and most effective to spread manurfon thin a and The manure r to if rom my cattle blltnr 4SC Parfs Ky from an etteiiBive aand1CU lure of bad4ce all 7 x fIt 1I fr 4j i It w t 1 1 rj j0 TV tt9I fDONT FAIL TO GET ONE OF THESEp DISC HARROWS C Oliver Chilled Plows Ball Mitchell Hillside Plows Brown Double Shovel i and 2horse Cultivators Superior Corn DrillsV 2 American Field FenceBestCheapest I Deering and MiluJalikee MowerstBinders and Ilayrakes Mitchell Wagons All Sizes on Hands i Full Guaranteed Get our figures oil Barbed Wire t Hails and Builders Hardware See lOc Bargain indow Each Woek ELVA T Byron Owingsville Ky over the South that is truly appall ing In Central Kentucky their lands are so resourceful that the manure questionis literally ignor ed Manure rs worth more on the day made thap at any time thereafter and tht t is the day it ought to be applied to the thin sputa uf tho farm Farmers are uinnure makers only n tile winter We do not soil Ir the summer all stuck in the n except the work an imals durlnjr feeding time There ia no reason wJij the barn cleanings should not nt oiw e bo spread on thin spots in the grw in grass or clover Gelds Our landts FO love that in the reduction of tlMs Btrrj material its waste of enrlcVments will not at once be uti VITheit near the bump reduce itlv ing and then haul it out l s die twice and suffer the q j the ammoniathe really V v A element We handle full Once and permit the losJs V tmnlflnia and wateranttitt aj busy time spreadV S This is the accepted pr4V and farmers with grass grui c liver points that arc thin fr 111 timeajifda elblooughttoct it Truckers who haul m every duy ia the year do ifs As long aa there is Unocctipi laud the spreading is ut once dof It is only when there IK no plclospread that it is heaped kiss is terrific A ton of raw r riul will quickly dwindle linn half its weight and tf t given weight is worth mA immediate effect than thei weight of fresh material this between these two conditfri positively wasteful Let cyor the farmer and tho JgIm manure hauler be to spreadsat one right where the manurojre wanted This cannot always bilnne by the former of hmitedXlnnd but tin farmer is not resourceful who cannot save onok handling and tin waste of heariing Ky Farinei and Breeder UKDEBGKOUND Cmtf A to w N Strange is thit scene where Sau Franciscos Chinatown flood says W W Overton l who reached Los Angeles No heap of smoking ruins marks the site of the wboden warrens where the slanteyed men of the Orient dwelt in thousands The place is pitted with de ep holes and scarred with dark passageways from whose depths cote wreaths o I smoke Men whito rncn never knew the depth of Chinatowns underground city They often talked of these subterranean runways and many of them had gone beneath street lev els two or three stories nut now tliulChiniitown huts been unmasked for tile destroyed building were oly a mask men from the hillside have looked lon to where its inner secrets layIn places they can Fee passages 100 feet deep The fire swept this Mongolian section clean It left no shred of the painted wooden fabrics It ate down to the bare ground and this lies stark for the breeze havo taken the ashed away Josshouses and mission schools grocery stores and opium denp gambling hells and theuters all of them went Following the fire I saw hun dreds of frightcrazed yellow men fleeing In their arms they bore their opium pipes their money bags their silks and their children Reside them ran baggy trousered women who hobbled painfully These were tho men and women the surface Far beneath the levels in those cellars and passageways were other lives Wo who never saw the day from darkened prisons and blinking jailers who were caught like rats in a trap Their very bones were eaten by the flames And now there remains only holes They pit the hillside like multitude of ground swallow nests They show depths which the police never knew The daHyLexingtonner id and The Outlook one year for 6 Pi tIt r rt J1Ziiiiittt Ii TUE FIRST BUT A GOOD ONE A huge snake blowing the whistle at Martins Inuring mill at Mar tinsbllrg Imiinrit fifteen miles north of Albany created an ex ciiiiucnt in tIle town and come near causing tIe death from fright of Ivan Uurnali the engineer The continued t lowing of the whistle caused tin residents of the village to believe that the mill was on fire and men women anti children rush ed with buckets to the scene of thu supposed contlagration and iiiv stcrnaion reliultef e i j t y p tiv S P i I J 1 j4V l 4fcS I t ijj h it Os f tI t t I l4 i ti Ij 7ft l I J i VV f ir c rl 9 i b i 9 Sheriffs Salsfo- rTAXES MondayMay14 The following property 1Vvi11house door in Owingsville for taxes as stated Peters Jas colored house and lot in Owingsville 1904 352 Same 1905 320 SETH BOTTS S B C II IGEJGEI am now ready to fur nish ice in any quantit tlow prices Deliyery at any timeduring weekand until 8 oclock sm Sun days Ice can be secured for sick people at any time Telephone 21 C A REID9 Owingsville Ky 5 TREESPLANTS For the spring of 1906 the Blue Grass Nurseries offer a full stock of fruit and ornamental trees ever greens shrubs strawberries grape vines small fruits rhubarb aspar ages etc Wo employ no agents Strawberry and general catalogues on application tlCH F rlillenmeyerSons Lexington Ky The Outlook and Weekly Commercial Gazette oneI year for 140 i y J fV c I = Jt tI HtP fii r j Zit rJJ b t1 J t iFfI fIriJ J Jlir ifr 9 c v t Slt LVIIVkrJ JrLTHE FINE YOUNQ STALLION AMERICAN CHIEF 1ne of the best horsos in the State will make the season of 190Q at mflace Riverside at the mouth of Dig Flat Creek Bath county ICy at Ten Dollars to Insure a LiYing Colt AMERICAN CHIEF vas sired Old Videfist lam was Lute by Jo Downing n model show mare Kinjrs 1st danuy Parsons Abdallnh ho by Alexanders Abdaliali the sire of GoldsmithMaid Kings dam Isnlso the dam of Red Cloud Kings 2d dam was biL mareAmerican744 record 228 1st dam Bllnkle SJmmoria Itby Harps Mambrlno heby Matnl rino Chief 112c1 dom LoBback by Woodford sire of the dam otWei i4 If210 Wood lords Mambrlno 222w 3d tam Beltzes Buztard ponu mnportedBuzzardV RobtMcGregorthethe sire of Richelieu and Red CloudV I geldngk158Chicago I- hiiefaiad loll brother or Bourbon King who won the chamjflhlp atLouisville and State Fair at Lexington last fall taUIinrInweights 1025 Ills and is foUr years old TERMS Ten Dollars to Insure a living colt Money due horseLien tion taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occurVONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN GOLD PREMiuMS will be given for the two best coltsOne mare and one horse The money will bo equally dtvIdeVowners of the colts to select the judges The colts must be s placeeRlvrsideBath 1t Address Riverside R F D NO2 Box 72 Sharpsburg KA JAMES WIYT f t i G i t t r 1 fr j t f J v r r Yt fJt tA f J f l a 7 1 7 ttH f t tt fI i V I f JI f 1S r rjI1J Ir 1 e o Jt1 ji fJ r1IlJ i 1 J J rfo l iII l 4 nh1 fir I c Z 1 tr I0 trJ I r 11 ct 11iIiI1lfj1tttJI sn tfl j tit Io W i fil1loit f9Vi r 1 z It r 1tl J tt 11 fto 9 IJ7tr 1lf tffiJ1fi t 71 l i t o 4 1 iII1 0 ft t r z f IIIi iIfiii1i4 J tfVc 1 P Sorrel Bil Will make the season of IOOG at in tnblenii the JonathanYouiig farm i halfway between Bethel and Rey noldsville at Eight Dollars to Insure a Living Colt Also the fine young jac- kJIMMYEES Stands at 8 for Liv Colt I bought this jack April 11 from Myers tb Dudley for 515 Jim Myers is 15 hands higbblack with mealy nobe J R CORDNl FIN SULLIDN Peter Stephens Stallion LeGrand 2 Will make the season of 19C6 at my barn at tho home farm of the 10tJacob Warner 1M miles southwest of Owingsvllle at 10 to Insure a Live Colt lie made the season of 1005 at the Forge Mill- LEGRANDis a rich redbay hose 16 hands high weighs 1150 lbs Valid five years old He is by old Lor Grand and a Magic II mare Also at the nnme time and place a good jack will make the season at 7 to insure a living oltV Dudley Warner f q- J i I c t Y Jr i sTiTIJ5ff11lODI i1jf 1906 J Having decided thin beat d 1rtgood for our country I th pchased the highest class V J hatAvas over Jn1lenIcounty to head my filii A Grand Snow HorseI ip A Born 1 ARION Hri pl By the wonderful RIQNL 0 Holder of the worlds record at twrf yearn old 2103and fouryeaMld record 207 OA1so record otselllug for more than I Vhorsefl25000Ho is also sire of 27 in the Nico 208 Fanell 213 dam ofSadJeMc 200JIArciRoberts 212 Lomo 214etcHIe sire ELECTIONEER sire of 160 lathlist including Anon 2Q7 Swol 2087 Palo Alto 2083 ARIONSdoiUbyNUtWfl4d213V flist lu 4anVager 200tf and of dainsVoJ ARION HARTS first daitbVJlreu Red Wilkes that auld r 0 O0slroot liB BalpK Ithuripi2093flIanchaLouIse2lOf 2053COooIMadura 208 Burt Olliver 20e3VKlngmcnd 200 Walnut Hall 2tW3Vetc byMambrinopatchen VVin hltcdayHe sired the nobleMam King the sire of more trotters rlIelll104Lord Derby 205 4 ESirttVLiw 205 and five others in this list and seventyfour in 230 or bet ter bilaoUtutfedbnyhis spring with plenty of bone and extreme action He will make the stason of 1Q06 at my place at the very low price ot FIFTEEN DOLLARS lTo insure a living colt Mousy when colt comes or the nU1fes ed with or bred to either stock dueIIlien retained onjhe colt for money care taken topreveut r dents hut no respunslbllitv assumed should any occur 7rt JAS B DAYVV 4fRosemont Stock Farni HIT TJS ORlY 1 1VVS t