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atHeHinsRacket Store EBtill Honaker ik Co guarantee their buggies and make their guar aate goodMI The local sports neglected the Lexington and Louisville races last this weekFri Wallpaper in llncrusta 3 MetrlpeaCosJoi OtnraW Barber Attorney at bind Surveyor Omcoln bc hoJuae FOR Uanr15 acres of grazing Iand on Jones Branch Apply to i John W IlonakerRo intWe4aa Coe and see before ytiu buy BuoTuruA BBOIDEB EVAXTzDBoy or young man as cistant cemetery work etc W S PUBLP3 eur the local Confederate Jlet8r attendsd the reunion at jc1 Orleae is the Ue of year to bayTh1s fTae OoTtooK Job onTcb print youhekorse and jack bills and cards blegyaneoeTRhreausBone Cash or credit 3t ThiTwlnd blew down the canvas at Mctiadet show Monday nigh ndditptricd a goodsized cmwd t W kaec1utIi1ng1nstoek to ft t Jt b4gen HBOTUEH UI1OWERt 1 1 r ttW paft t wo Saturday thera J in tows tkatt i he4firsr4earyeYeryb4dy but jriw auu Jis y iet uiseIIyiuunecheii ErtiLu HUMAKKR 1 Co r The Bath County Home Tele phone Co a rebuilding the old tel ephoBC line tit Salt Lick Loot at our 25c carpet when you the ik haW1 i Estlll Hoaaker k Ci sell every J thing ta th buggy line at the luw est pdciuITMPerry kCokave Iurge liae of wallpaper which they are sUIngstTkuftkltM ECburcbI infi rtt strawberry supper of the Ma H i1 Now when you gut ready for your carfMl er anutngseet3retbi-ir 4s Brethsr Tfcsy have just received aaSwietttS Bpbby uptodate suit of f v elothef feats Bd shoes see Brother 4 vBrother They guarantee t- oj1you rt y Roratto Cousty Treasurer JiIsalAV Shaaklsndand wife of Sharps t Iarg Saturday a SOB George WaiiMagtoa K stiH AHoBMkerdu evetvthiag f IB blackssalth work at the lowest prices Break carts at figures that aHYt T S8kribasp1enty of Cot j lini u Coia buggies Get hi r3I them and save raoaey 4- 1ppieyowrgroundwthacsf In f ls Ie harrow sold by Bud y1you will need less help isjeyltvatiiisj than ever before SAT toeJzTpurehs a MIL of clothes or a nice uInaefreugoOds trythe Oenton f NereetIISCeUhlbereKy They WMI yeYOU3 t9 H Mfccaeh liltI f 4- 1ft t iqt fVFo z kzN13bMcrb luIrIpeureihs f05e 1 pl Iv t wter Fla CfHkAddren M4ruieK FDyvi SharjtsJHirg Ky f WASIEnGOOds eMtblack- f H itb tB take afcargs of ii in L the eenstry Good losstMn f raihop ApfJy at this 000tuyWkeeyour g WBM is aa see whit priewo canteake you OB ye r reMgoedSjclethljJ shoes ete glad so show you BmoT BBOTHKB r To Abtilwt M Advertisers who are isBitliig ads withouta IIrofIHer ons will t tMSfllBotlfy as OB Tharsday or geortery t bert i 1f 15 7 J f y k 6iIijt i oi VV PERSONAL Samuel M Jncksoi WOO in Lexing ton flundoy SterlingD N Young of Sit Sterling VUB hero Thursday toIexlnglo1 toMtwereinJlurbrldgewereBrent Green of Frankfort was town some days the past week Thos Myers of Spencer was a of O V HonaK tr Butiilay ist Fe fnIrrycamoisItRterlingaday returnedTueldayclnnati 1mbdaughter ndayAreturned atLexingtonJudge N R Patterson and Emmet Suturdayrs King Ford of Cytithlnnn tenhnleftThursday mMifl J JrnrkSntdeKnrRaftLexlnRtonTupadltyMrs returned Fri liraMurlonJ M Leach and Lone Barclay ol Montitoniery counts were guests ot orMortonwith hisnunt Mrs Nltllnl Stephenl SnitrlcJMtStetlltlgnryof Montgomery county were yElder nlhIns ut Cyntlifuna- Hnnsfbrd Carter and family of Carriefucyw speichine agent Col H H EWing and nephew HltlMilts Fannie Lane who IiteaeliInthlit JtfnotvBeld hrIflflf Fltin vrnn itccoinpnniod b MlM Belle Crockettm 811hprrtIlIUrsTrumlmpnJ11clnu able to 0yci wiOnarhisdilughtlr1rEuilly WfeklhutIyo ve been at tHat frtreatment Elder B HRos preached at Fair a view Fleming county Sunduy nlIl daRstIiflhbnrpsliurgbongI l Mrs Cllirk a mule II for 120 fur October delivery There was a wind and thunder orm before day Wednesday nnd enough rain to make the dust to irud Hosiery ties and handkerchiefs to matcbthlatet noveltyaPUNCH A GHATES Mt Sterling Ky Bud Brqbetis agent for the a Ohio Ifne of walking and riding cultivators Theyare good g oodand sold at reasonable prlcelI VI Eiv Cluett and Monarch shirts l new pattern dllplyPDKCR MtteniLng Ky BUT A CAKTON You cannot raise s crap by dpendiugon borrowing your disc harrow BUY Canton from Bud Brother and factorytbanWILL MAKE You Hun Ida you see the White Mountain refrig WellwhllDYoui ng around to dispose of the o Ida one so you can buy a now one and be happy JOB PRIHTIKO KemetRber that printletterstatements envelopes cards labels o r bftock in tasteful style at the molt reasonable prices Compare our work with that turned out by aay fob offlce and you will flpd it to you advBBtBge to have ul do your work We she print posters dodgers i pamphlets and everything usually out by a country job office We have on band for sale in any ijuantityiblank deeds mortgages oil lessee and other blanks TOEOUTLOOKretpondentat Sharpsburg Sber burn and Wyoaing one that will get up real news and send IiSin regularly A copy of the paper aB stationery will be supplied to tbe rjBt parties Especially do willteneighbor I- StVVIf m4 t kr i 7 i Wilson tk Ilendrix shipped car load of hogs Cincinnati Tuesday The first redhorve hj the season came to town Tuesday May 1 is unusually early f rthiit lieu Every downtoditio IItyleJuhn- n Ststioi and Youuinn hats PUNCH fe GRAVEl AMt Sterling Ky Folks in great numbers were out driving Sunday almost forming a procession on the streets and turnpikes A party of young folks went to wkino Pond Saturday to fish iiifor the little chucklehead catfish und the diaphanous nenlights T finelyhedcarrying passengers between Olympia and Olympian Springs larahnl Mark begun rounding up stock at large on the streets l at week and putting them in the stray pen WE HATE TUEMThe latest gun tal pumps all rizts and widths A tu F PUNCH GRAVE Kit Sterling Ky The Camp ton Courier after SUE pension of a few woeks on account of lire resumed publication last- ek1we much improved both in nat and make up to IFkes all styles GRAVESIMcDndes gullypainted wagon train of four vehicles arrived from Salt Lick Sunday afternoon for a series of performances on Slate Avenue this week- NorENOUOIIA refreshing show fell Monday night but not ough to do much good to the planted crops The drouth is hurt ing the fnrinnntlgHiden crops stow MAKES Bio CHOP Drill your corn with i Union corn drill and U will have more corn mure fod n and more money nt harvest than ever before Bud Bruther sells them The famous StfteeyAdame k Los mens One sbnesand oxfords ring styles now on display all widths from A A to E PUlCnltGuAVEIlUr tlfnlMtre appninttuent of State Firo Mittiui1 lthf new nlHco creu ed by tlmuin late General Atiitrihbly CoLAyreg JuluimanofTtiE BETrIl is needleep to tell when hoe Mckth Fiatha trveneitherpournty delay when vou do need hem ytmlirrinReMraf near Bethel and Miss Lizzie aU y daughter of Jerry Bailey of Est Fork neighborhood coFINEthe most complete line of shoes atusoox be Sstlady clerk who thoroughly unJderstands fitting Ihoe We camSboth please and fit you Give a call RespectfullyH Mt Sterling Ky THE WKATBEE The transition from sprint to summer has been abrupt The past week has been andwarmthoughSallI somewhat cooler Rains not heavy efleotuo1lyfellturday nrghtaG londpasterweek to preside as Judge ap pointment of Governor Beokham t a special session of the Clark s 10uitScrivener and Woodson McCord lso the case of O B Venable vs H M Benton GRADUATED WITO HONORS Miss Fannie M Glover who went last y Bearfprdsville Ind and later entered rawforav1IleBusIneseCol1egehieen aid college in bookkeeping writing and shorthand typcii received her diploma Site is now rsployed as stenographer in Civil Service work at the Hotel Ramsey at Crawford ville This is very g Ivratifyingfriends who are glad to bear of her success elbyCrpenterHymens altar bout 830 oclock- a m Thursday Elder B H Ross officiating at the County Clerks Office in the presence of an asset blyof admiring friends and spec tators The radiant bride is a young women who still retains cornea the charms and atfaclions of youth The bridegroom enter ed upon his fourth term of mali ri many and is a living witneg that marriage is anything else but a failure Broth are bounder at the county poorhouse V4VsFgg Ef J I New Gs1Vanduptodatefound in the market We invite you to see our lines J r Dress Goods nil materials Silk ofall kinds plainCtupetsj Bleached Underwear Fancy Neckwear Belts und Stockings I BARGAINS Dressy People Ir priceThetl100 ors mens ladies shoes first cost TO CLOSE OUT COME AND SEE ThEMV BIG LOT OF HATS That sold at 82 S225 and we them out at 50c and 75c eachIS SLESSERJOwingsville Main Street Kentucky flu at ric 7iiutingurrrled to Aliss June C Glover o attendants were Mr Howard i ii only nephew of the gronn Ia illtiMary C Glover jrituni e ar of the bride The bride v ulrcil lit n gn1 f Irurllii f dr with while and blur trim thlt cntuite Time nitiid of iar wore jjrwy with white uiul pinx trimming The groom and bt wan wore the customary bliJt Onlythc near relatives ofIthicuntrnpting partieb wer pres ent The bride is the doughier o- frond Mrs AV C Glover Sr of st Creek anti In a pretty und at actlve young laity She in very pular witha host of friends uho wish her till the happiness POSRI hie The groom is a prosperous ung farmer a popular and up ght and numbers his friends by his acquaintances He is well worthy of the prize he line won for a life helpmate After a atjhowme and Gazette useful preseuteMtc TIe bride is n niece of 1dband ail Gillon and went to school here he is a bright and amiable young dy modest and mod t deserving er many friends rejoice at her happiness and wish her and her husband tho best of FU tunes fa OV8Mae RICHARD H LAKES DEATH Mrs Mollle Lane wife of Richard H Lane died at her home neat Stepstone about 5 oclock Monday morning April 30 She had lone beau nifeoted with lung trouble nd gradually declined until the end came She had careful nuns ag and the attention of a de oted family and friends nIof the MtSterling Christian Church at 1 oclock p m Tuesday The interment was made in Owingsville Cemetery the tame afternoon Elder H D Clark made a prayer at the grave The pallbearers were J W Lane H L Lane Ed Georglevins neiglborhood5 1860 She was the only daugh ter of Milton Stephens whc sin vives her her mother having died some twp years ago IJer broth er Peter H Stephens is the only other surrivni of her fathers furo ilyher brolhersWilliim und George having preceded her to the grave werJbornMilton the eldest dying in Oc tuber 1902 The survivors are Miss Kittle Allie with the Guthrie Clothing Co Mt SterlingKy George Jennie and James Deceased was a most excellftS t woman a model wife and mothVr loved by her friends und hold in the highest regard by all her ac quaintanceship The tamily have the condolences of a host of friends in their loss The th arl Day Lusaber Co will build a much smaller oIUW mill to replace the ono recent ly destroyed by fire at Clay City i tl JolJ f Cothing ShoeiiatsiShirfs for I We will sell forty Mens Suits at will close gentleman fARIHDUAKESIVI The shuck I am rfiviiifr the long tttoe high prices Is almost equal t ialifuruiii Earthquake Since I have opened up in the Blue Friintl linvcrpjrffHedinosfrpf v rojd cnstomerr ijnjt ninny nev- oiiti ami I nm p tIf ntlnne to en PII i to falld r nit rrtd trid tn ore us I am prpucu t sol utless proll a iV1V Jiouso in tipII have nil qualltfts of Clothing Hats Furnishing Gioris and and cnn suit and fit alt ALSOVSUITSMAOE TO ORDER mean ovary word of this and will save you onehalf of the usual profit YOUR FRIEND JAHES QILLON M RR IHOM AS SATT KRPIELDB DEuuAfler n long illness of eon puiuptioti Mrs Elizabeth Sutler fipM died nt Preston about nine oclock Saturday night and was buried nt the Owingsville Cemetery taken1m 2rywas born Feb 15tb 1872 and was reared in title town She leaves a t agedboul5Besides the father and mother the following sister and brothers Tadgeilbertand Beverly Dof Preston and Randolph of Pikeville Funeral services were hpldat the home by Elder B F Parker and Elder Robert Campbell made a prayer at the interment Deceased was a gentle good wo tnnn a member of the Christian church for twentyone years The s t ympatb IN BiKKncrr CODKT Reuben nankruptcywent day of last week and held n two nkruptCourtWinton Lumber Co which crimp ny last sear made an extensive show of capital and business at Sandyriverculminating in the president of the company departing suddenly and in the night to unknown regions The company was then in to bankruptcy by some of the cred ors One bank at Morebead was closed and the loss of about 4000 by another bank at PretoR burg were part of the result Many la borers and creditors were by this Iprcbl101thas been sold There will beub t 20000 over which is asserted s 1 perior claims by mortgages labor claims and mechanics liens There re nearly 300 of these claimants atfa the chief fighl between them is us to who hits the superior lien to the fund in the hands of the trustee Then were present at the session a large number of lawyers their clients and witnesses anda large bytheRefereeinterests The session was adjourned until June 6 1006 l to meet in l ONE It A I Less THAN PRICE I 250 probably the rdr Shoes Owiagsville the Referee to Jiearl arguments and snake decisions be iwen the contending parties GORE TORITThe subject of this sketch Nina A Black aged 16 years died of consumption at the home of her grandmother Mrs Anne E Crow Monday night April 23acUuclock The interinvnt placo Wednesday at Gilead Truly death loves a shining mark Such is xemplified in this ease when it enters a home and claims for its own the onn most loved the pride of the household To know her was to love her By her gentle ways Und sweet disposition she en deemed herself to a host ol friends who deeply lament her untimely endoro her bereaved mother and relatives we extend our sincere sympathy and may they find com fort and consolation In the foilow ngwordsThere no death tho stars dowimpAnd bright crown iu Heavens jeweledP They shine forever more A FEiErDn Our Friends By Rev EN JonesSpringfioldKy Tie not the voice of early spring can cheer ti lonely heart Not tho sweetness of her bloc impurtNntthe cooing of the dove But the presence of our friends lWhaturtVharHapllrtWhut or the sunlight from above When were robbed of the loveWhereseur ol the sweet and lovnly spring Where the pleasure in songs of slURWhatH with with flowers overhead To the sweetness of that friend unsaidWhatswithout a hope Iu God Soon our pilgrimage ia ended and we lay beneath the sod Friendship Is a mysterious fire though dimmed by grief and tears remain immortal as its yearsThe love painAnd dove may thrill our souls again Selnh appolnledJtDeCOmtnissionerjor Kentucky Home CQuilng Week oj J 1 VV- Lr EUGENE MINIHANMa- kes the bestVRAND MADE SADDLES and HARNESSV V1HANI knnovthey ji PLOWyou i1 iLandI am yours for the beat goods at u low priceV i EUGENE M IN IHANFw1gL C I r V- uP13 6 TV g S t Jk RACKET STORE- We have our Spring Goods now on Call ivIIIStraw Hats 10 Sc Drapery Clnthytt15c i lOoMensLadies Slippers pr 2 150 1 25 Sheets 49cr 187MensMens Cotton Jacket 35 25c 3 Boxecrackrs 5C 11 Ladle Vests 10 8 5c Planer Puts V 25 2 X10cr Childs VetsADrawersench 1510o Cotton Ropet IeMens Underhirl kDrawers 2520c Tobacco Hoes x t Vj Counterpina 98 75o Door Locks wliite knobs 1t VVV J CupLadies 5c VVV-cun Thci CASH PAID FOR EGGSV E TILTWJ f IfI S y- m ft- ww HATCHES TOBACCO M has novel way of pre parinit his tobacco seed for early growth He takes severalllmall s t ting hen In three days the scottiare rt sows the seed in u bed they do not IJHVC to wait for the heat of the unthey grow i Any sine wishing insurance in the Hurst Home Insurance Corn smny write to or call on Cad In raflu nt Olympia Ky This corn liny pays its losses in full nod i cent 423t nish ice in any at ow prices at any time until 8 oclock a m Sun can be for sick atany time C A Ky i of fruit and ornamental trees ever on IH F LexinpVV I ti 5 r i J t I JAV fdJh J I fdV rJ andL Clocks cieulelry OWiX7Svi11e 1CM ODfical GoOdsMf SEEDAlc- Grew dempnmmhem Ledngtolloblerver INSURANCE lighting ICEICEIamnowreadyto quantity during weekand dayslce secured people Telephone REIDOwingsville TREESPLANTS BlueGrass rawberripsgrltJ1eI application toj POWERJ J1 JlhltlPr Jeweler roo Watches Glass lytllprnutWhen immediately Delivery GaphophonesV and Records r For Sale at Bargain Prices ainytViVVI1U1jCPeriJpHUiin in the night TJiere ereIrUL three norvivrnp MuicoInWJoJltetlyUniunHllt tlioulandof the yeieran in theVcouutry and theirlH R Jnnd will soon be incrensud from 512 to 2iVa monthVi To Whom It May ConcernVNotice io hereby given that hay ing been fleeted and lit VTreitetirerestablinheil niy olBce in banking IIHlkingCuwpany will be ut nil times at faid pluco ready to discharge the duties bn cumbent upon me as TreasurerVJAS V SJicicaLauV i CountyOwIngsville1iy TaVVMY COMBINED SADDLE AND 4LeGRAND Will make the oeupon of jOODntmr stables on the Richurt fur IB onSuf Well atI I SEVEN DOLLARS Ii j To insure n living iolt A Hni WfflV- be retained t n time cult until 1 t Icn rlorLxGRAND iu half br hnrP- lter II Stephen LrGrandHvolriv LeGrand nnd out of nlliilsirii mr i i lIe is a 110th bay J5j bats IIfj ia coininp live yetirt oh thix springVnnd is u No I breeder A good jack cure brerdr wiltJmKkthe sctin at the same 4at 85 to insure n living roll Xmi conditions us apply lit LeGrfend Jr a5fRobert L GoodpasteV= = rn Weekly CourierJOtirralV and Outk1 veal mr i6oi pr q 1f i 1J3ees wii ft 0 t rt d a c u S c r k t ur Ij 1 9 1rt I c 1 if t j t t F t ii IrIt ilG Cc r II 1 j t j t lJ ifti 4I j y1io itl o i f I J X M4 L 4 I I I1 tf r to p 4 l Y r It Owingsville Outlook I f OUTLOOK PUB CO Publlhr J OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY I r ff i MAY1906 ls Bun on Tues Wed i111 FrL Bat 1 12345- S 16 7 8 9 10 11 12 18U4 16 16 17 18 19 20212223242526 f2728 293031I ti pQ PM na NM 131 W 8th Uth l3n1 11Ictaw on the Pennsylvania V hits Ih a minute ought 1tobe signed by some astute baseball i There ls no place like home Refu 4 goes from Vesuvius are said to be al 4ready moving back to their old places on the mountain sides 1i At the age of 37 there died in 1798 4 a clerk of the Bank of England who t was said to have been nearly seven 4t and onehalf feet high Queen Annes reign there in London arid other parts IDuring a most peculiar anomaly giantess without hands or threaded a needle cut t gloves etc e Nowadays practically all the Call fornia honey Is extracted before sale The reason for this is that the wax of the comb is proved to be absolutely indigestible Is beyond the action of acid and is absolutely tasteless Fur thermore aside from the half given by 4 the pure food laws It is not as easy to dilute honey as one might suppose For the adornment of the city back J yard of ordinary size nothing is more suitable than old fashjoned mixed borders where anything can be planted I and a bouquet cut every day without the effect being spoiled The bacK t yarot a city of 25 or 30 feotls am p I pIe room for a garden of those an 4 nuals that are easily grown from seed A The girl who is fastidious to the ie f point of observing Jlttle niceties is i Y chary in her use of perfumes She V never indulges In those which come in a liquid form except to a few drops e In the bath watefand those in powdered form she selects with thegreat zF14st care and never by any chance I that are at all aggressive The 41 Immoderate use of heavy scents Is In 0 fM most execrable taste It suggests Ui blqwsy hair and cheap imitation Jew clry and Is distinctly to be avoided AVnaturallst lIaysMenand ant tt11als aro born with a propensity to X fight Is there in the whole range of thatiVsense and powers of locomotion Oysters J and plams can not fight If their or j gan of fonibaHveness lsnotwanting J 5 h theyhaye no use for IJ They even devour each other and may be Sl j Ito eat themselves for changing theiri shell and stomach Of erjr xear thjese remans are generally the flst morsel to slut their new system Si L Qpen1r1 rf There are man professions menlIw1o themselves For that matter there are J1 ft few men clever enough to orlgiuaie 4 JI new 1IntiiofWOtk Yet that is what a J1 la has done She in A V vMrs AE McCrae She has not N1t i named her profession and has 96 om i i clal title She might be called a sta lUon beautifier for her work consists eyerI iL which mark the ways of railroads f I tit fGiants play a par In the mythology cT of almost all the nations of Aryan def 4e I k 7 ascent The Greeks represented them t v Vjas beings ot monstrous elze with hide i frS t ous countenances and placed them Iii 4 l abodes In volcanic districts whither Vt 0 tfiey were fabled to bare en han 0 v lshed1 after their unsuccessful at r IjIpt upon heaven when the gods 9 wlth the assistance of Hercules Im t prisoned them under Aetna and other x ft volcanoes But modern hlstory rel a futes nearly all the stories and leg 2 ends concerning giants even those Ji of a few years back q i Two deer apperedln Wlnsted A Cons recently and frightened by an approaching team leaped through the plateglass window of J S Wy cocks dry goods store The crash a of the glass awakened persons living a9 In the Vicinity of Lake and Main i Istreets who ran to their windows in A time to see two does run up Main I IL street They crossed Mad river die appearing In thedlrccf011ot Highland Hake Mrs M B Hall who saw the t tleeijump said that neither animal touched the sidewalk going or com ing from the store 14- e tt A Chinese newspaperthe Chun Hua Pao prints tie following A Fengtlenj1r month a Japanese Imported some t ortrants or as secondary wives at CO 4 yenta a catty 14 pounds avoirdu r1 pots Photographs Ire first shown ih to intending jjuyers who then make their selection anfl the woman is 4 I q weighed andber value calculated The only condition is that she be allowed j t to return home once in three years t oft 44 d With The opening of the spring rac Ili these son thew1re tappersJ those JlrC enemies pf the poolrooms are i beginning1 their yearly operations r f t Their first effort of the year occurred tN the other day when they fleeced the i X Ncw York poolrooms out of more than t 50000 qn a single New Orleans raco f J Where Y nian was given as the first 1 I horsu Instead of First Premium the t1tr real winner There was every evi 1 r q dence of aVIretapping game but the ttJ poolrooms having troubles of their s 2 rv own with Ihe jaw swallowed their i t r losses dumbly rI tJ 7y You see smoking tobaccoadvertlsed t I j i every now and again guaranteed iot- yc tojtfte the tongue Dealers sell Itof esiwse but Inwardly they smile at the ofd aTbe fire in the pipe will bite the tongue if the tobacco hums too 0i jk Jfact ndnotlacJcedcloseltenough tri to I theiD6wl There Is a point where to l hacco may be too closely packed to drawt and a point where it may be jli1 ao IU I packed that It burns fast J ltndmt1ttt sparks pass through the lt1hrl f o eJllJ l1 1 J ft r tt if ILtrI A A 4 7 oitot 1rrJb t lJf i1 1 I t J rt Fi J fif 6 4jc I Under the- RedRobe By STANLEY J WEYMAK l pjritblim bjKlolj Wornxo CHAPTER XICoTINIiT- She signed me at last to sit down and eat end the went herself and stood In the garden doorway with her Sank to me I obeyed sat down but though 1 had eaten nothing since the afternoon of the day before I could not swallow I fumbled with my knife and munched and drank and grew hot and angry at this farce und theu looked through the window at the dripping bushes and the rain and the distant sundial and grew cold again Suddenly she turned rouqd and came to my side You do not eat shu saidI threw down my knife and sprang up In a frenzy of passion Mon Dleut Madam I cried Do you think I have no heart And then In a moment knew what I had done In a moment she wa on her knees on the lloor clasping my knpes pressing her wet cheeks to my meflforIt was horrible It was horrible tosoo her fair hair falling over my mud stained boots to see her slender little form convulsed with sobs to feel that this was a woman gentlewoman who thus abased herself at my felt Oh Madam Madam I cried In my agony I beg you to rise Rise or I must go You will drive me out Grant me his life she moaned pas sionately Only his life Wbnt bad he done to you that you should hunt him down What had wo done to you that you should slay us Alt Sir have mercy Let him RO and we will pray for you I and my sister will pray for you every morning and night ofI our lives I was In terror let OIUP one hOIlIII come and see her lying there stooped and tried to raise her lInt she would not risnslio only sank the lower until her tender bands clasped my spurs and I dared not move Then I took a sudden resolution Listen then Madam Isaul almost sternly If you will not rise When you ask what you do you for get how I stand and how small my power is You forget that were I to release your husband today ha would be seized within the hour by those wIn are still In the village and who am watching every roadwho havo not ceased to suspect my movement and my intentions You forget I say my circumstances She cut me short on that worth She sprang abruptly to her feet and faced mr One moment antI I should have said something to the purpose But jl that word she was before me wtlte breathless ihishwelledstughlrr4or speech Oh yes yes Ujq 11111ell eagerly J know J uDderthzulind nhe thrust her baml ijntci her lH Jom end Clucked something qijfc and cave it P mfrrforcedVIt upoaimtelntoVmy hands I know I know she iMld anqcdirearchyouiMp am thankfully And may God bless 4odje at vanCslowly froze hehad given rap ho packetth 3ckct t hadre Mprei f o mademolKcJlfv it beiwrce jewels I weighed tin my hands Hurt my heart graw hard again for I knew that this was mademoiselles doiig 1beeffecthad armed her with this last weapon this dirty bribe I flung It down on Pltrchangfdruthlessly rtyou mistake me altogeth enouginyou think of me But you have yet to learn that I have never turned traitor to the hand that employed me nor EoldVmy own side When I do so for a treasure ten time the worth of that may my hand rot off She sank Into a seatf with a moan of despair Vand at thai moment the foretCglimpse of mademoiselles proud face a little whiter today with dark under the eyes but still firm marksI What Is this he said frowning lightedon elecnoclockcurtly Those I fancy are your prop erty And pointing to the Jewels I went out by the pthor door a S S S Tint I might not be present at their UntilthehouseHere I found all ready the two troop ers whose company I had requisitioned as tar as Audi already In the saddle my own two knaves waiting with my sorrel and M de Cocheforets chestnut Another horse was being led up and heartwincedlads saddle and I saw that we were to have company Was It madam who meant to come with us or mademoi selle And how forT Trf Auch or farther I suppose that they had set some kind ofn watch on me for as I walked up de Cochcforet and his sister came out of the house he look ins white with bright eyes and a twitching In his cheek though through all he affected a jaunty bearing she wearing a black mask Mademoiselle accompanies us I formallYWith permission Monsieur he answered wltlK grim politeness Ut I saw that lie was choking with emotion I guessed that he had just parted from III wife and 1 turned away When we were all mounted he looked at me Perhaps as you have my parole you will permit me to ride alone he said with a little bestta tlon and Without me I rejoined keenly A TboBBbt rom Was IVrar at Hand She Is a devoted mother 1195e lov inBattcntions to her family pave given her mUd opportunity for keeping abreast of the worlds advancement The eldest son bad been absent from borne for the first time and the elder members of the family planned a sur prise by placing her in telephone comm nlcatlon with him After hearing the voice of her boy through the re ceiver she could not believe that he was tar away In Atlanta Ga as ho assurecj her he 1j I Dropping tbei C IN a r t t L s3 a Assuredly ep far a l a possible f directed the troopers to ride in float and keep out of earshot my t wo men followed the prisoner at a like distance with their carbines on their knees Last of all I rode myself with my eyes open and a pistol loose in my holster M de Cochefortt saw was Inclined to sneer at so many precau Ions and the mountain made of his re Quest but I had not done so much and come so far had not faced scorn and Insults tn be cheated of my prUe at last Aware that until we were be youth Auch there must bo hourly and PressingS danger of a rescue wjm de termined that he who would wrest my prisoner from me should pay drarly for It Only pride and perhaps in a degree also appetite for a fight bad prevented me borrowing ten troopers instead of two Wo started and I looked with a lingering eye and many memories at the little bridge the parrow woodland path the first roofs of tho village all now familiar all seen for the last time Up the brook a party of soldiers were dragging for the captains body A furlong farther onR cottage burned by some carelessness In the night lay a heap of black ashes Louis ran be side us weeping the last brown leaves fluttered down In showers And be tween my eyes and all the slow steady rain fell and fell and fell And M left Cocheforet l ulswcnt with us to a point a mile beyond the village nnd there stood and saw us go cursing me furiously as I passed Looking hack whcn we hail ridden on I still saw him stand log Dod after a moments hesitation I rode hack to him Listen fool saul cutting him short In the midst of his mowing and snarling and give this message to yuiir mistress Tell tier from me that It will be with her husband as ft was with M dc Regnler when he fell Into the hands of his en crayno helter and no worse You want to kill her too I sup pose ho answered glowering at me No fool want to save her I retorted wrathfully Tell her that Just that and no more and you will see the result I shall not be said sullenly I shall not tell her A message from you indeed And he spat on the ground Then on your head be it1 I an swered solemnly And I turned my horses bead and galloped fast after the others For In spite of his refusal I felt sure that ho would report what I had saillif It were only of curiosity and it would he strange It madam did not understand the reference And x we begau our journey sadly under dripping trees and a leaden sky The country we had to traverse was the same I had trodden on the last day of my march southwards but the passage of a month had changed the face of everything Green dells where springs welling out of the chalk Had made of the leafy bottom a fades hQme strewn with delicate ferns and hung with mossesthese were now swamps Into which our horses sank to tho fetlock Sunny brows whence had viewed the champalgu and traced my forward path had become bare windswept ridges The beech woods which had glowed with ruddy light were naked now inero black trunks and rigid arms pointing to heaven An carthy smell filled the air a hundred paces away a wall of mist closed the view We plodded im sadly up hill and down bill now fording brooks al ready stained with floodwater now crosslaEJiarrpn Jicatbs But up lull oiroQwn hill wniuevcr the outlook I was never permitted to forget that I was the jailer the ogre the villain that riding behind In my loneliness was time blight on all the deathsjiot True I was behind tbo others 1 escaped their eyes But there was not a line of mademoiselles droop- Ing figure that did not speak scorn to me not a turn of her head that did not seem to say Oh God that such a tiling should breathe- I had only speech with her once dur- Ing the day and that was on the last ridge before we went down Into the val ley to climb up again to Auch The rain had ceased the sun near its setting shown faintly and for a few moments we stood on the brow and looked southward while we breathed the horses The mist lay like a pill on all the country we had traversed but beyond it antI above It gleaming pearl 1t8 In the level rays the line of the mountains stood up like a land of en chantment soft radiant wonderful or like one of those castles on tho Hill of Glass of which the old rot mancea tell us I forgot for an In stunt how we were placed and I cried to my neighbor that It was the fairest pageant I had ever seen SheIt was mademoiselle and she bal taken off her maskcast one look at me only one but It conveyed dis gust and loathing so unspeakable that scorn beside them would have been a gift I reined in my horse as If she had struck me and felt myself go first hot and then cold under her eyes Then she looked another way I did not forget the lesson after that I avoided tier more sedulously than before We lay that night at Auch and I gave M de Cocheforet the utmost liberty even permitting him to go out and return at his will In the morning believing that on the farther side of Auch we ran less risk of attack I dismissed the two dra goons and an hour alter sunrise we set out again The day was dryland and cold the weather more promising I planned to go by the way of Lee loure crossing the Garonne at Agen and I thought with roads continually improving as we moved northwards we should be able to make good pro gress before night My two men rode first I came last by myself Our way lay for some hours down the valley of the Gers under poplars and by long rows of willows and pres ently the sun came out and warmed us Unfortunately the rain of the day be fore had swollen tho brooks which crossed our path and we more than once had a difficulty in fording them Noon therefore found us little mere than halfway to Lectoure and I was growing each minute more Impatient when our road which had for a little while left the river bank dropped down to It again and I saw before us another crossing half ford half slough My men tried it gingerly and gave Hack and tried It again In another pWce and finally just as mademoiselle strument she looked under the table and called out Nqw rom come out of there and stop your nonsense Baltimore Sun Obejed Order This story was told of former Mayor Clark of Burlington Vt who was known for his use of big words One day before starting for the city he called John his colored farm hand end said pointing to a field strewn with fence rails and Inclosed tyyShe Lsmehd o fetiveTJohn rf r and monsieur came up to them floundered tb tough and sprang slantwise up time filter bank The a ay had been enough to thing me wlluxvo good will ut my ipwn close up tojhme Cochcorcts MadijmOl sellca hotsii made a llttlu business of the place this delayed them fctlll longer anti In the result we neared time water almost together and crossed close on her heels The bank on either IuIi was teup while crossing we could M1 nillhiri blrorlullr behind At time moment however thought nothing or vUils uor ot her delay and wa following lieVs1WhI9 at my leisure l ttltu sudden tjt of a carbine a second report nnd a yell of alarm f in rout thrilled me throughOn instant while tlio sou nl was still In my ears saw It all Llko a hot iron piercing my brain the truth Hashed into my mind We were at tacked We veto attacked anil was here helpless III this pit this trap The loss of a second while fumbled hurt mademoiselles horse burring tho way might be fatal There was hilt one way I turned my horse straight at the sleep bank and ho breasted It One moment be litmus as If he must fall had They with a snort of terror and a desperate bound he topped it and gained the level trembling and snorting- It was as I had guessed Seventy paces away on the road lay one nf my men Ho had fallen horse and man and lay still Near him with his back against a bank stood lilA fellow on foot pressed by four hbrsctncn and shouting As my eye lighted on the scene he let fly with a carbine and dtopptd one snatched a pistol from my holster coclied It nUll seized my horse by li- eheadI might save the man yet shouted to encourage him and In an other second should hurt charged Into the light when a sudden vicious blow swift und unexpected struck the pistol JfI but missed It and before I could recover myself mademoiselle thrust her horse furiously against mine and with her ridingwhip lashed the sorrel across the ears As my horse reared madly up I hail a glimpse of her eyes flush ing hate through her mask of her hand again uplifted the next moment I was down In the roadJnglorlotisly unhorsed the sorrel wag galloping away and her horse scared In Its turn vas plunging unmanageably a scorn of paces from me dont doubt that but for thajt slie would have trampled on me AsSt was I was free to draw andnTa tltrfishterlpencd In a few seconds My man was still defending himself the smoke of the carbine bad scarcely risen I sprang with a shout across a fallen tree that Intervened at the same moment two of the men detached them VOU VILLAIN selves and rode to meet me One whom I took to be tho leader was masked lie came furiously at me trying to ride me down but I leaped yusbcdatthat he dropped his point cul hm across the shoulder bore he could guard himself He plunged away cursing and trying to hold invhts horse and t tUrned tomeet the masked manYou doubledyed villain he cried riding at me again And this time he manoeuvcred his horse so skilfully that I was hard put to It to prevent him knocking me down and could not with all my efforts reach him to hurt him Surrender will you he con tinned you blood hound I wounded him slightly in the knee for answer but before I could do moro his companion came back and the two set upon me with a will slash ing at my head so furiously and tower ing abovo me with so great an advan tage that it was all I could do to guard myself I was soon glad to fall back against the bank as my man had done before me In such a conflict my rapier would have been of little use leifbeforethrust sword for the road and though my mastery of tho weapon was not on a par with my rapierplay I wai able to fend off their cuts and by an occasional prick keep tbc horses ftt a distance Still they swore and cuts at me trying to wear me out and I was trying work A little delay the least accident might enable the other man to come to their help or made moiselle for all knew might shot t me with my own pistol and I confess I was unfeignedly glad when a lucky parade sent the masked mans sword flying across the road He was no coward for unarmed as he was he pushed his horse at me spurring It recklessly but the animal which I several times touched reared up in stead and threw him at the very moment that I wounded his companion a second time In the arm and made him give back s rro Be Continued Protected thingtoldold and wrinkled Miss Tartun I wouldnt mind 1L She didnt say It to your rear race you haLChicagoTribune tog to the city this morning I want you to accumulate alt those rails while 8IfIbut not knowing what was meant by accumulate he balled a passerby and told his trouble This stranger know- Ing Mr Clarks peculiarities told him his orders meant to gather Info a large pile all the rails In sight and burn then So John gathered into a large pljeall of the fence rails he could find bothoosepn In fences ani burned b mlf FROM ALL OVERTHE STATE RULE AGAINST COMPANY t Whisky Can Not Legally Be Carried Into Dry Community By Express I Frankfort Ky Ajirll Srho court of appeals In several cases of the Ad ihns Express Co against the common wealth from Knox mill Laurel coun ties decided that tho express com puny is guilty of fraud mill liable to indictment Tor shipping whisky from an unknown consigner in Cincinnati to local option districts In Kentucky and that such shipments were not bonn fide interstate commerce shipments The proof showed that packages of whisky were shipped to Lcok Uox No and that tIme express company never notified the men to whom the packages wero addressed that time packages haul arrived that the whisky was not ordered by any ono to bo shipped to Knox county but alter It arrived tlvore the lock box people would notify the consignees by mall that a C 0 D package of whis ky had been shipped Tho court says these facts showed that no contract for tho sale of the whisky was made in Cincinnati at all and therefore it was really sold by the express com tinny la Knox county A TRIPLE MURDER RECALLED Convict Paroled Who Blew Up Rca taurant With Dynamite London Ky April 27Chase Shot well who died at Corbin Thursday was paroled from the Frankfort peni tentiary about two months ago on ac count of consumption He and his brother Jonathan were serving life sentences for blowing up the restaurant of Holla White in Corbin sev eral years ago with dynamite when Sutton Farris and Susan Cox wero I killed by the explosion White had killed Shotwells father the night before EXCLUDES A STENOGRAPHER Cburtof Appeals Hands Down Judgment To That Effect Frankfort Ky April 2STbo court f s handed down judgment sus tnihliiK tho motion of Common wealths Attorney William A Bur ampof Newport Tho decision of the appellate court will result intho exclusion of a stenographer from the grand jury room which is held contrary to the law and to the statutes and code of Kentucky MONSTER BARBECUE Will Be Given in Shelbyvllle Home Coming Week Shelbyvllle Ky April 27It has been decided by the Shclbyville Commercial club to give a monster barbe coO on Friday June 15 In honor of tho former residents of Shelbyvlllo and Shelby county who will be here for homecoming week Col Shanks Dies Newport Ky April 28CoJ Jas Warren Shanks B3 widely known In reslde11ee1icounty in 1S98 He served as assist ant postmaster of this city and up to his illness was for a number of years connected with the Queen Crescent located at both Lexington and Cia cinnati I Archbishops Cousin Owensboro Ky April 28 =Samuel Spaldlng of Morganfleld aged 81 died at the home of his sister Mrs E J Buckman In this county Ha served one term in the state legislature and once made the race for congress in the second district against James Spalding He is survived by eight children Mrs Arthur Is Dead Covlngton Ky April 28Ethia Arthur widow of Ui3 late Judge Wil 11am E Arthur and daughter of the Jato William W Southgate who represented the sixth district in congress and who was an iutimale friend of the late Henry Clay died after a brlef illness Mrs Arthur was one of 13 children and 62 years old Feel Shock at Paducah Paducah Ky AprIl2SAsUght earthquake shock was felt here The tremor of the earth seemed lateral Several persons noticed It A clock In the residence of James Utterback president of the City National bank stopped just as Mr Utterback glanced up after feeling the shock Killed In Frisco Louisville Ky April 26J A Steele superintendent of carriers at the Louisville postofflce thinks hla sister Mrs Emma McIntyre was kill ed in Frisco Word was also received that Mrs McPherson formerly of this city was killed Senator Brent Appointed Newport Ky April 26 Senatoi Brent Spence has been appointed a member J1f the printing commission tofill the vacancy caused by the resig nation of Senator Matt L Harbeson who resigned his place on the commission Shot at Stony Fork MIddlesboro Ky April 28At the Stony Fork mines three miles from this city Will Darling was shot and killed His slayer escaped to the mountains and Is being searched for by a posse Odd Fellows Meet Paducah Ky April 27The 20th annual meeting of the Interstate L Q 0 F was held here with 10000 visitors In the band contest Metropolis won and this city gets the next money The parade was the largest ever held In the history of the association Struck Two Brothers Owensboro Ky April 28 William iCarden aged 19 was killed by light ning near hero while leaning against a tree His 5yearold brother who was also struck is in a serious condi JyPn Kentuckys New Fire Marshal Fmnkfort Ky April 27 Insurance korgmissloner Prewitt announced Col Mott Ayres of Fulton as state fire marshal an office created by the legis lature a few weeks ago Col Ayres is at present the deputy insurance commissioner Found Hanging To a Tree Richmond Ky April 2SThe body of John W Fry a farmer in Madison county who disappeared last Janu ary from homo was found hanging tc a tree He wits 30 years of age and wWowcr cJ WRECK ON L 4 N Passenger Train Backs Into Switch Engine and Passengers Injured Owensboro Ky April 26ln the Louisville Nashville yards an L N jKissenger train backed into a switch engine The rear coach of the passenger train was overturned Mr and Mrs Arthur A Patio were among those injured while their two cljll dren escaped without a scratch Mrs Fatjo who was Miss Ilena Simmons of Louisville was badly hurt about her back Her husband received minor Injuries Postal Inspector H M C HoHford of Cincinnati who was standing on the rear platform of the coach jumped to the ground BUS talned a sprained knee and was badly shaken up- STRIKE BLUE LICK WATER It Puts End To Boring For Oil In a I Kentucky Field Burkesville Ky April 27The deeptest oil well which was being put down by the Greensburg Oil and Gas Co at Cloyds Landing has come In a gusher at a depth of 2000 feet not of oil however but of Blue Lick water and as oil men consider this the bottom they will not undertake to go deeper Mr 7 N Boarts field manager said that the result of this well would forever put an end to tho theory that the oil found in this field is crevice oil Mr Boarts says hU company will drill no more deep oil wells but that It will begin work Im mediately on three other wells which will be drilled on the Graves sand EXTRA GUARDS FOR BALL MIddlesboro Slayer Will Be Taken To Richmond For Safekeeping Barboursvile Ky April 20 Frank Dan sentenced to life servitude In tho penitentiary for the murder ot Jack Bolen at MIddlesboro last October will be taken to Richmond for safekeeping instead of to Louisville as at first contemplated Since his convic tion five extra guards have been kept at tire county jail Balls attorneys made a motion and flied grounds for a now trial and later asked for an cxtcn slon to give time for tho filing ot amended motion and grounds SHOT AT ENGINEER Another AttemptTo Kill Engineer of Ludlow Hill Engine Covington Ky April 27Ernest Jackson colored was arrested in County Judge Stephens court in Coy ington Thursday charged with mali cious shooting The complainant was Engineer Louis Diesel successor to Engineer Fleming of the Ludlow hill engine who was shot and killed by a negro two weeks ago while on the same engine it is charged that Jack son fired one shot at Diesel when he was on his engine on Wednesday night near Ludlow but tho shot went wldo of tbo mark and Diesel was not hurt Tom Anderson Dies I Lexington Ky April 26News reached hero Wednesday from New Orleans of the death of Tom Ander son proprietor of a wellknown hostelry in the Crescent City Anderson had a large circle of acquaintances among the horsemen throughout the country his plaoe being a wellknown resort for followers of the races and also for members of the fistic fra ternity Death Sentence Confirmed Frankfort KyApril 28Tho death sentence given James Pearsall of Lexington for criminal assault on the person of Mrs Lizzie Wagner was af firmed by the court of appeals Pear sail broke into the room of Wagner and his wife wounded Wagner then dragged Mrs Wagner to another room and assaulted her but was not recognized by them After arrest he con fcssed Boys Smothered To DeathTLouisville Ky April 27Supposed- to have been smothered to death the bodies of Albert KIsler and Leo Pfannmoeller small boys who haul been missing from their homes since Monday were found burled deep in corn in a great bin of the John cr Roach distillery at Thirteen street and Garland avenue Thursday after noon PenaltyFrankfort court of appeals affirmed the Kenton circuit court in the case of A J Carpenter and others against Lambert marshal of Central Covington Carpenter sought to enjoin the collection of a 15 per cent penalty on unpaid city taxes The court says a city has the right to fix any penalty it pleases Lincoln Farm Association Louisville Ky April 27The char ter of the Lincoln Farm association was filed Thursday The Inc riora tors are Joseph IL ChoateWllllam Travers Jerome August Belmont Henry Watterson Robert J Collier and Clarence H MackayI Father Kolopp Dies Newport Ky April iAfter an illness lasting a number of months Rev Father Paul Kolopp pastor of Corpus Christl Catholic church this city died at noon Thursday of heart disease Ready For Talk rankfort Ky April 26The state board of railroad commissioners gave notice to the attorneys that they will hear arguments on the general corn plaint against all railroads operating In Kentucky for alleged exorbitant freight rates beginning May 14 Ed Corrigans Trainer Suicides Louisville Ky April 20 Patrick Buggy aged 40 whose home was In Seattle and who was employed by Edward Corrigan the turfman its a trainer ended his life with carbollo acid at St Josephs Infirmary Death of Col West Denver Col April 2tfCol Dar rington K West deputy commissary gen ral of the department of Colorado died at his home here after an illness of four days from pneumonia Col West was born near Lexington Ky about 44 years ago Fatally Hurt in Runaway Franklin Ky April 26Robert Powell 14 was fatally Injured hereIHo wan adjusting the harness pair ofj mules when the animals became frightened and started tQ run The boyi iUui wp fractured w L0 Getting Informed thetramphow such people viewed1 life Are you shiftedintoanswered blowing Ie oudtoo late to nobodyconditionsPhiladelphia a Garfield Tea is Natures remedy for liver and kidney diseases familyYour competitor works while you sleep Indiana ftplig Star psrjurycoI- IBackache Blues 4 Both Symptoms of Organic Derangement in Women Thousands of Sufferers Find Relief tEyfwu4 r t f How often do we hear women say Itseems as though my back wqulcl break or Dont speak to me I am all out of sorts ThesesigniBcantrcmarksprovo that the system requires attention Backache and the blues are 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A friend who had used DrWilliams 1 I rink Pills for Palo Peoplo urged mo to try them I bought a bur and began to rf them Tho benefit was so positive 4 and so quickly evident that I continued to uso pills until I had taken alto gather six boxes By that timo I was t entirely cured and for two years I have mIS had up return of my trouble I am now in thobest of health audnbla to attend to nil my duties I am glad to nckuowl 4 ellSo tho benefit I received and I hope a that iny statement may bo tho means of r inducing others who may suffer in this J medicineTho0 Hams Pink Thus in cases of fI r w KUchhsirrs GngueraJiosJntbofact t that tthou1I1ko now niid every or gait and oven every tiny nerve in tho k body feels tho stir of a now tide of a at 1 7 btreuthtor will be sent postpaid on of price 50 cents per box six tItreceipt for 560 by the Dr Williams Company Schenectady N Y t 3FACTS AND FINDINGS Icebergs sometimes last for 200 4 earsf1normal life of a mouse is three Attentive Is the name of Britains lat cst 25knot scout shipa MIf if Buranco policy against twins i 1 I Tn TC lung of Spain Is several t if lnchv nort r i hi iRIs fiancee 4 ri tA fiiraffes and anteaters each have torjgues nearly two feet in length 3 i tf The British soldier Is now to pos aaV silver coin remains In currency Sfor an average period of 27 yearsq 4 Diamonds have been discovered in a q Kentucky and of tho first whisky Tho Japanese prefer soft wheat flour from the United States to the flour 4 tmadelii CanadaSMontreal has the largest flour mllllnI t the British empire it turns out 0000 barrels of flour a day An Italian who tried to walk through the Slmplon tunnel was stifled I SSby the heat and died 1 British warships carry SGout of s y every hundred of the total number of naval guts In existence a mayorftfl J rides on state occasIons has a r r been 4n Xisjo snce 1757 0 M Fallleres election as president of f t the French republic cost 6000 His is 120600 a month 4Itis stated that at least ioOOO square es in Liberia are covered with Idense rubberrtree forests 65t Rome has a water supply of 20t i OOOOgaIlons jt flay London uniX 160OO000 and Paris SOOObOOO bJ 3iTYNpTzsl4 r JPt1ncesi Ena of Battenbcrg is theoI DHiy royal child born in ScpUand for 1 i iore than 300 years i t vl I s King Edward has nine motor cars W The king does not need to have his rsaumberedand does not use a drlv lag licenseai The king of Spain and Prince FreoV I if fBrlc ofiSchleawlgHolstein are gener b a 1ls of the British army There is nodforeign ardlmals in the uayynf vtiJiV rfnceLonls of Bavaria is among I kf the few royal doctors Ho Is a skilled r surgeon npd has performed several it Operations in Madrid where he was itylng before tho marriage of his son t Kaiser Wllhelm is of medium heghttbut the German empress is and that is why the proud kaiser will never i4l consent to be photographed beside his tffi wife unless she sits while he stands yThe important news is officially an k vDoumced by the Britlsh war depart i meat that horse No 81775 of the ar 4 UHery has been chosen for the use oftt r v the prince of Wales on public pcca llonLIa 1i 1 INDIAN SXOVZBBS or 4I rabbitA4 Jumps tThe palefaces arm is longer than l ihlsjword Y KQ Indian over sold his daughter for vVL Ianame Small things talk loud to the In- i dls eye ih to i j A squaws tongue runs faster than4 2 the winds legs zTiters Is nothing so eloquent as a talli1 his enemy the friends 4 z Before the paleface came there was mo poison IQ the Indians corn- There will be hungry palefaces l iongasthere is any Indian land to j MraUbyi When a man prays one day and vi Lt steals slx Great spirit thunders iis ltndtheevllone laughs f V There are three things It takes a r tf ai itrong 4a1t bolda young warrior vvAo a wild hon lIla handsome squaw 4 P1 Yt OUT4tit ljAfcaiaed Nurse Discovered Its ur tI Effect tNooie is In better position to know rike1a1ueof food and c kt1ana J1 nurse r I Speakiag of coffee a nuracof Wilkes uedtodlnk7lf t WhlleLon a visit to my brothers I had iII fJ lOr a good chance to try Postum Food 1 i r Coffee for they drank It altogether in weeksto much benefited and flnaliy rnp bead t 1 Z1 aches ltI8Ppeared and also the mdi gestio- nyJt1 rI Naturally I have since usedPostum tJ among my patients jf tI marked beneflt usedIl fio off ac1P ztim ff tt I observe a curious tactab ut Pos JI1 am used among mtthers It greatly fS helps the flow of milk In cases where ande1tf tt MJnd trouble in gettIngservanth to i 31j lj1 ftrwiivm properly Theymostral t l wa s rwMt before it has been boiled Kitishould be boiled 15 or rN91f t IIife4 served with creams J csftalDly a deliciouB bever kJ i f i fl I rtMOlI 1iT oit- E fy Le lJV i 51 J ti frt I r mii f nt J 0 kt P r tafIz 1 1 u i r1 iJz rjt I j I 1t1iu- 1iJ ioP Jof C jhf1rii 1 fJJJ CRITICALDAYS ASTOR OF THE HEBREW PEOPLES STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM By U Highway and Byway Presclr CtepiriKhtHMby V8bl on Scripture Authority Exodus 5MC1S WINGS of the departure of the Hebrew officers from Goshen for the palace did not reach Moses and Aaron until tho second day And it was only by chance then that too mission to Pharaoh be camo known for Jabziel had man aged so cleverly that tho move ments of himself and his brethren were kept secret This ho had done because he and the other Hebrew offi cials feared that Moses might Interfere with their plan of pleading with Pharaoh for relief and they were det- ermIned that he should know nothing aboutiltunUl after their return liut it chanced that Joshua who since hts return had been In very close touch ith Moses and Aaron had occasion o visit the district where Jahziel and the men under him labored and ob serving his absence he made inquiry concerning him and learned that he- adh not been seen for two days Fearing that something had happened to him he went to the mans home The confusion of the members of his family and failure to get sat isfactory answer to his questions aroused his suspicions and this led to further Investigations and at last he discovered the true state of af fairs and at once carried word to oscs The litter as may be Imagined was surprised and grieved to hear of ilho action of his brethren and held long and earnest conference wltn Aaron as to the course best to adopt He realized at once that his authority nd that of his brother over the Hebrew people was In Jeopardy and that prompt measures were necessary But as to just what was best to do they were In doubt If they resorted to harsh measures they feared that It might widen the breach between them and the people which had seemed to be growing since Pharaohs latest decree If they were lenient and tried to mollify the people it might be taken aaa sign of weakness on their part which would destroy their influence theydoubtedwhich they had pursued In demand tog of Pharaoh that he let them go Into the wilderness to worship We hajre but obeyed the voice of God In making this demand of analyzedthecoyer where tile fault for the new trouble lay True replied Aaroniand be 01thcepted the promises of God that He was about to deliver them lint they have witnessed the signs which God ave to us for them and have format y received us as the ones appointed f God to lead them But if now so soon they are to for get and Ignore our authority and lead ership how can we hope to help them Aaron shook his head doubtfully nd then as a plan occurred to him he us call the people together and emand of them that they choose ew officers over them In place of these men who have gone to Pharaoh without our advice or consent But what If the people would not listen to us or obey our voice Is it not likely that in their sore distress he people would blame us for their trouble and rebel against our author- Ity I fear that is true Aaron admitted But what can wedoMust we humble ourselves before Jahziel and bis followers and beseech of them hat they listen to us Must we try o win them by cajolery and the promise to share with them the au thority and rule over the people Sues methods would be unmanly and undignified and wrong Moses replied positively No he added we will have to leave It with God If He has called us to lead this peo pie Ho will vindicate us Shall we then do nothing Aaron demanded Impatiently Shall we quietly sit by and see this rebellion spread f IINo Moses replied as he arose and began making hasty preparations for a journeys we will go at once to the palace and there learn what has transpired and let our brethren see that their conduct is known to us Come let us be going51 he concluded as he andndjuatedBoon the two men were on their WilY In the meantime the Hebrew officials had taken their departure from the palace and were well on their return Journey and as they went they dis cussed among themselves the situation and spoke mapy harsh and bitter words against Moses and Aaron Didst thou note how Pharaoh de beietthe reason for his cruel order asked Jahziel who as leader of the disaffec tion now took the lead In the discus elba Did not I tell you that It was His indiscretion which had brought this trouble upon us Who supposed when he talked about the Lord having come to His people to deliver them that he would play Us into the hands of our oppressor In this way Yes and did you hear what that priest said aswe left the palace gate asked another ot the group He want cd to know wKere the God of the He brews was and sneeringly declared that he must be In the wilderness waiting for us Well we will never get there at The parish church of Chertsey possesses a curious anomaly says the Sunday Strand It has several pews Jn its gallery which are bought and sold by auction just like table or a chair and these pews give their owners for the time legal right to vote at parliamentary elections in the division Moreover the owners of tho pews have to pay the poor rate of t2a year arenot ima 1b rte dJJl 1 the present rale W fW bo all dead men at the hands of riaraoh ex claimed another And What are we to il In the ex treniltyV asked Jahie cautiously lending up u the pur he had in mind of final and open revolt against the leadership of Moses anti Aaron There rae long painful pause dur ing which each seemed afraid to be the first to spank They were face to face wits a critical question Dare they re pudiate the leadership of AIoscs anti Aaron Could they forget that meet- Ing of tlw officials and people when Moses had performed his wonders and shown that the Lord wac with hlmi Could they Ignore the message which God had given to him for them These and other similar questions Unshed through their minds AntI at last ono faltering voice spoke up and asked But we have seen tho signs and know that Moses has been sent to us from God Signs quickly replied Jahziel what of the signs Do not tho Egyp tian priests do similar wonders Could It not he as readily claimed that they had authority from God Who knows but these signs of Moses arc but the skill he learned while under the tutelage of tha priests when living at the palaceled and thus encouraged Jahziel con tinned There Is no better time than now to choose now leadership Let us look about among ourselves anti elect one whom we can trust and who will seek to save us from further suffering at Pharaohs hands He paused expectantly hopefully that they would declare for him then said encouragingly Who shall It be Jahzlel called a voice away at tho outskirts of the group Another ami another repeated the name and then encouraged by each other and carried away by the enthusiasm of the mo ment they all took up the cry Jah aid Jahzlel until It rang upon the airSo Intently were they engaged In tho discussion that they had not noticed the approach of two men who now came and stood silent In their midst while the cry for Jahziel was taken up lint first one and then another as his eyes fell upon the newcomers let the words die away upon his lips until at last only one voice repeated the word Jahziel The elation of the latter ebbed as the cry grew more and more feeble and ho looked around in con sternation to discover the reason for the sudden change In the temper of the people and his eyes fell upon the stern visage of Moses who was beholding him with flashing eyes What meaneth this demonstra tion he demanded after a painful silence The men before him shifted their po sitions uneasily and one iCier another withdrew behind Jahziel who nervous ly but defiantly held his ground and tried to look boldly Into the face of the man before him Again Moses spoke Jahzlel Is thy hand In this Fear est thou not God Carest thou not for His promises Yea but wo will not have thy lead ership angrily replied Jahziel Will we men he added turning about and towhtch question there cause but a hartfrtghtenedand feeble No Conslderest thbu what thou art saying Rememberest thou not the signs which God gave mo to show theo that He had sent me unto thee And Moses held the rod before him as though ho would again cast it upon the ground Every eye was watching him intently expectantly but Moses checked the Impulse They had al ready witnessed the signs God had given him They ha solemnly accepted him as their leader Ot what avail to repeat the signs Nay it would be Jahziel noted the hesitation and a halfsneering smile crept over his face as he said We need none of thy Egyptian magic The cries of the Hebrew people rise up to condemn thee The Lord look upon you and Judge for ye have made our God to be abhorred in the eyes of Pharaoh and In the eyes or his servants Did not the priests taunt us as we came forth from Pharaoh saying Thouhasthands of the Egyptians to slay us We will not listen to thee more Say ing which Jahziel turned and strode see11whatbe wavering Again he appealed to themremlndlng them deliverance could only come by obeying God But first falIlawedAaron stood alone Crushed with the sorrow and disappointment of the moment Moses waited with bowed head Whither should he turn To whom should he go ills brain was In a whirl Slowly mechanically as in a dream he saying to Aaron Come let us go back No word was spoken Still Moses was pondering the question What could he do Looking up ho noted that they were drawing near to the place where Josephs bones lay en tombed and moved by a sudden Im pulse he said Iwm remain here rteturn thou without mcSA flood ot memories crowded In up on him as he entered the rocky cavern and throwing himself upon his face he cried out in the anguish of his soul Oh Lord wherefore hast thou so evil entreated this people Why is it that Thou hast sent mot For since I came to Pharaoh to speak In Thy name he hath done evil to this people neither hast Thou delivered Thy people at all- Quiet tilled the place and as ha waited in silence his troubled heart be speaktoNow shalt thou see what I will do to Pharaoh for with a strong hand shall ho let them gp and with a strong hand shall he drive them out of his land I am the Lord Thousands Aided establishedmen and their families Injured in the steel works 73714449 has been die tributed covering 7485fases of ac cident 523 deaths PEWS THAT CARRY A VOTE a being a a wrong turned Many years ago the church wardens of Chertsey were At their wits end in order to raise money for the restor ation and repair of the sacred edifice and they could flnu no solution to thequestion until some parishioners sug 4 gafleryaccepted tho Idea and obtained a spei clal act Of parliament allowing then pr1vlle DOWIE ENTERS iIONl sbr t lie Addressed a Large Audience in the Tabernacle Sunday Attired In a New Apostolic Robe of White and Gold He Denounced His Traducers In His OldtoTime Manner Chicago Standing unsteadily and with great effort before an aittlimence of 2500 persons in ZionD tabernacle John Alexander DowIe voice strained to Its utmost capacity charged his traducers If any werespresent to rlso to their feet and their accusations before tho whole congregationpnoww leader In Zion Citys affairs however was at that moment attending n rival meeting set for the same hour at themZion college building a quarter mllo distant There 5000 of the Inhabitants were gathered together with the famous choir now divested of Its ecclesiastical garb anti the band and orchestra Thojse who listened to tho words of Dowie weretfor the most part visitors from t owns brought In by electric cars and IrniiiH For over an hour tim crowd In the tabernacle waited for the ap pearance of the venerable jFlfst Apostle Immediately front of the platform and in the choir loft were probably 150 of the faithful Dowle was borne bodily by two stalwart ne gro attendants front an anteroom up the stairs to the platform and depos- Ited upon his feet before the elaborate prayer altar He was attired In an apostolic robe Df white anti gold and purple which ho had never worn before In public Upon his head was a turban of mariLvelous pattern embroidered and gold He delivered nls address and sermon seated before the altar Occasionally when roused to an tin usual pitch of earnestness ho rose to his feet Mrs Dowle who has sev ered her allegiance with the Voltva faction sat In a wicker clmlr among f1atlonthe platform of form r Mayor Ri D Harper Dowle was alone lio an ietInof which surprised those who hvp been In attendance upon him Ho prefaced his sermon by a spirited denial of the charges that have been brought against him in the course of which ho exhibited much of tho fiery Impatience which marked his discourse In times past Dowie has taken up his abode In Shlloh house where he Intends to remain in retirement at least until after the decision of the court on the mat ter of his Injunction against Vollva and others next Thursday CHURCHES AND PARKS Are Opened To the LongSuffering Refugees of Frisco San Francisco The second Sunday since the fateful April IS has served as a clearing house in the affairs of tills ruined city While tho old time quietude Is missing the day has witnessed less of the excitement confusion and clamor of its Immedi ate predecessors and the conuntinityS at large has been enabled calmer survey of the situation and to enter Into a more Intelligent and ra tional preparation for the future It being estimated that the city has suffered a loss ot at least 200000000 by fire it Is conceded that there Is not sufficient money in San Francisco to reconstruct the city and that the people must look elsewhere for funds to rehabilitate their destroyed for tunes Mud and Stones From Vesuvius Naples Reports that are coming in concerning the latest disaster at Mt Vesuvius show that tho damage done by the torrents of mud washed from the mountain side by the heavy rainfall of last week was great Tile mud mixed with which were cinders and baslltlc stones invaded all places and killed many animals At Paccl ano a town of 800 Inhabitants thb flood obstructed the doors of houses so that the people were obliged toe cape through windows A Change In Order Washington Only two regiments about 1350 men will be sent to San Francisco Instead ot 2500 men as originally proposed by Gen Greely The troops to go are the First cavalry from Fort Clark and Fort Sam Houston Tex and the in fantry stationed at Fort D A Russell Wyo The other troops originally di rected to proceed to San Francisco have been ordered not to move More Moulders Scranton PaA StrikeIIof tho mould rs in from Honesdale to Tamaqua for k nine hour day was officially declared at meetings held throughout the dis filet Sunday afternoon Attempt To Assassinate Col Min St Petersburg A member of the Fighting Organization Sun day attempted to hssassinate Coin Min commander of tho Gemlnovsky1 guards In revenge for the part taken by his regiment In putting down the Moscow revolt JerusalemSryan Is Located Jerusalem William J Bryan who Is visiting Jerusalem In his tour of the world on Saturday addressed a meeting held in the taber nacle by the Christian Missionary al liance Nine In Only Three Out Missoula Mont A freight train consisting of fortyone cars of lumber was Sunday wrecked near Reid At least nine men are believe to have been on the train Three bod- Ies have been recovered The train Is on fire Four Years For Yermetov Moscow Col Yermetov who during the riots In December while employed In the police service killed a revolutionist in tho latter home in the presence of his wife and children was sentenced to four years Wreck on Southern Birmingham Ala Westbound passenger train No 37 on tho Southern railway wa wrecked In the yards at Anniston Sunday night Bag gagemaster Morris was killed Sev eral persons wore Injured The baggage car split a switch Dies For Thirty Cents Ottumwa la When called upon to pay for a 30cent breakfast which he had eaten In a restaurant an unknown man drew a revolver on the waiter and was killed atttJl wnging a nmnitu flrit with thQ cUr police H VHY SHE NEVER MARRIED tusan B Anthony Did Not Want to Become Either Drudg- eS Doll While she was a schoolmistress Miss Anthony received a number of proposals Df marriage and evidently at that time she was impressed to stereo extent with the traditional nccdnslty or marriage A ozen suitors made tentative overtures her but none of them seemed to beliable lo draw from her the decisive rrelates the Boston Herald One day she was riding home from a fefclul warningso Miss Anthony main tallied afterward he turned to her and JWillMiss Anthony like her sex generally that she did not understand hat he seVhiutThou the bold suitor made himself oro plain He blurted out Will amsoarryThen he began to tell her of his fine home and excellent prospects and sho Jganavowal But at last she remembered h Fimvery seriously This sort of a reply did not satisfy tIm headstrong lover He persisted The young Woman remained firm She reiterated that she must give the question very serious consideration because If uphermatter ought not to be settled in a mo mentThen r tiemainedmany large gatherings on the Question of woman suffrage and jthinklrg con questlQnthe young man saw another girl proposed and Immediately married her When she heard of this Miss Anthony was naturally somewhat cKagrjined Later In life she expressed thejie views on matrimony I never loved any ono so much that I thought it would last In fact I never felt that I could give up my life of freedom to become a house keeper When I waa young If a girl married poverty she became a drudge- If she married riches she became a dolliHad I married at21 I might have either a drudge or a doll And she always added naively Think of that choice So sho lived a spinster to the end anti undiverted by the cares of children or of a husband attained the leadership of the forces active in behalf of womans legal rightsiDesperate Remedies The capitalist at luncheon espied his broker at the next table Our new corporation our silver minehows It doing he asked Tho broker looked up from his tee rapin and champagne with a frown Poorly poorly he repliediShares not moving Not moving worth a centoThe capitalist whistled thoughtfully It really looks he said as though wed have to begin mining if we want to make anything out of tbiajnycst ment Point of Vw Kdyth I understand your fiance isa man of no family Mayme Well thats better than mar rying a widower with ten children Chicago Dally News- Had Plunuged Did you ever hear of such a thing is a dry bath VeIl I should say I once took a lunge on the board of trade that leaned me up In great shapeDer- oit Free Press iHonest Graft ChurchI see the man who wrote the song Tammany has made a lot if money out of it- GothamHonest graft I suppose roud call it Yonkers Statesman 3Iis Failing Lawson jenkins doesnt seem to make nmch progress in life What sort of fellow is he anyway Dawson Oh BJenklns is the sort of man who seems to think that the cork In a bottle was made to be pulled out 2mervllle Journal Mammoth Stork The adjutant or marabout a tall Ird of India of the stork species will swallow a hare or a cat whole It itands five feet high and the expanse St wings Is nearly 15 feet 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says to high and lovf liie brightest use SAPOLIO This brilliant man walks up and down Upon the streets of Spot KB T1T- he glitter of his shining star Arrests attention from afar It lights the beat and goes to show That naught can beat APOLlO This is the Maid of fair renown Who scrubs the floors ofSpotless Town To find a speck when she is through Would take a pair of specs or two And her employment Isnt slow For she employs SAPOLIO MIXED FARMING tii FREE braS treat pursuit J J acitn bown results on the Sd Homestead Lands of WESTERN CANADA Magnificent ClimateFirmer plowing la Sk tain sleeves In tba mlddleot Korea ber f All an bound to be more tbsn pleated with th anal retail at too past seuons Harrwta Extract OoaU wood water bay In Wa Cboicbe markets Apply forlnfoma Son to SCPWUNTKfllRiT OF iMMIOIUTIOff Ottawa Canada or to authorizeS Canadian SW eminent agent BM WILLIAMS Law Bnlldlnc Toledo O Kcntlm tMi paper ia PATENTS Utb Hb uMutu WHEATZtflRAISING RANCHING wODdrucw ainntfinwtenooJi conrenle- BtThliltheeraofllflwbeat feSendrriara4z iM r i a r xhihI IlPENiIoNBrashe aa ttio eF Thss Eye Watir N KE 190618 2126 SPOTLESS TOWN I The Cook of Spotless Town you see Who takes the cake as youll agrae i She holds it in her fingers now Iti isnt light but anyhow Twill brighten her domestic woe A cake of plain SAPOLIO This is the butcher of Spotless Town Whose tools are bright as his renown r To leave them stained Indiscreet For folks would then abstain frommeat i And so he brightens trad you know By polishing with SAPOLIO This lean K D is Dr Brown Who fares but ill in Spotless Tow The town is so confounded clean It is no wonder be is lean Hes lost all patients now you know Because they use SAPOLIO WHAT IS SAPOLIO It is a solid handsome cake of scouring soap which has no equal for 4 all cleaning purposes except the laundry To use it is to value itsWhat will SAPOLIO doP Why it will clean paint make oil cloths bright and give the floors tables and shelves a new appearance Itwill take the grda e offtho dishes and oft the pots and pans You shinbrightlysink will be as clean as a new pin ifyou use SAPOLIO One cake will prove all we say Be a sensible housekeeper and try it t BEWARE OF IMITATIONS k J1 rJ IiiP GENUINE DROWN I FOUR SHOVEL SPRING TRIP CULTIVATORS I have so successfully stooo ite test of time that they are the standard cyerywhers for strength and utility Spring Trip absolutely right and su erIoito any on the market Good heavy wheels All the latest Improvements nits equipment Ask your dealer aboat It or write os for complete Information BKOWN MANUFACTURING CO ZANESVltUE OHIO i1s t j 2 H w r I y 1r i V f i N I J pINGSyjlLEOUIISoiTCOOK OQK j CO ati 1 OWdV1LL4 K1 II 1 IPt1 ADVANCE e r AddrMsall eritomunicntlons to Ill r OUTLOOK PCTRUSHINO CU or to Toirx W HONAVKII Owingsvill I Ky i it Subscribers desiring change oC nddress should ul ways give previou 4nkIs8when writing when out of sti t inner should mention not un u t oppnrnte slip of paper kL4Ni commission is allowed tlllhr iN4 hody on subscriptions Tnt OUTLOOK is sent one yeRr fi for one dollar six months for sbty cent three months for thirtyflu 0 cents 9 THURSDAY MAY T 1000 t =TOE San Francisco calamity af ter nil in only a nine days wondt Nothing better illustrates the van nrss of this country und its inter qsls CArT RIcHMoND PKARHON lion PON is It ill a bern having defeatc u Congressman Hankheud fur the h Detuoeratiu Congressional noininti HUN in the Sixth Alabama distric v NEW YORK CITY banks continue ttoimport large minis of gold to rl IIec fI tho financial situation It III pretty much the only importntin that the truehlue protectionist ni proves of U S JSBSATOK JAMES K Me CUHAHT formally opened ma cam pain for re election to tbe Sena r lit Louisville Just week There IIrt those who se in their minds CJt 4z Jiia noalp dangling at tho belt oft GUY Beckham 1 Vlr1inilt4 u state of agitation that the res dents are fleeing in apprehension rt 4 rtunearthquake orrilcanic eruption It is likely nothing morethau a si l vtre attack of fever nod ague STUCK on Wall strcvt suffered sharp decline the past week owing J to the insurance companies throw ing choice ones lit the market In IA order to pay losses at San Francis r Ji co The losses by that calamity 4wiiLbe largely distributed over the world TUB Indiana Supreme Court bltl come to the rescue of the cigarelt ii Vtnokerg in that State by d f1ing I JA that the cigarette jew d e8n tap qj ply to the etnnkr of tho little rnlli t s of tobacco nor to the importotioi if the lame in interstate commerce hut only to the srlling uftliew and keeping them fiicj ule The only 2f1 hope for the absolute prcwilbitloi htJI for the suppression qfIUtlZi cants and clgr is in ri Frder i ul law whioh willot conllict will interstate commerce The jjrohi tpn law of Kentucky falls to pre I vent the importation of intoxicant from other States r CORRESPONDENCE t Salt Lick Urn Nealpreached at the Chris tlftn Church Sunday night Mri D VLagrexv is visiting he parents in Lexington this week Mr and Mr q P DCl1vendishof IL tJtJbtlnJtt n West Virginia spen Sunday here The McDade show closed its tw I weeks engagement hero and let1- 0rOwlngsvUleSunday 2 Bro Adkme pastor of ths Chris tian Church fill begin a series oC Meetings here May 10 Everybody tInvitedtiI West End John Stone was here Sunday Moet all are done planting corn Chat F Pierssll will start foi rtIstahonjein Hazellon Kan Maj i Richhrd McClain is still poorly I4 Travis Warner and C F Pier tall were in Owinxsyille Monday Lopk here correspondents edit rab everybody we all want to know when is light o the UI000l ansi when dark Some claim moon until full is lightfronew it others claim differently 3 Slato Valley 4 The weather ivery dry In- dtwltrlp t 411 v Several young mules in this vl- vtI elnity f I MartiNJoneg has been very sick t the past week j r fi Btfbrrt W Toy bought a bone of 4 George Ulery for 150 Mrs Die Rudder had a chicken c t to hutch with only one leg JSerenc1 Uteri of Flat Creekvas Rqt to see his sister Lucy Sunday r x Mine Lottie Garner and Rosa t1eT j P Stone visited Miss Lucy UlerySuu J day z vf E Atchison and wife of Salt Lick e guotg of hu family of bern Skslt t3uaday 1r t 4 f iseS Lillian and May Shrout Jijjtytt QwingsviUe were guests of r grandmother Mrs Melissa Snedegar rp t t Mrs Thomas Craig and little rT ir daughter Nellie of Fleming coon 4 i ty and Mrs WniLowry and child 1i ren of Craig were guests of Mrs r Melissa Snedegar Sunday i iil The officers of Christ Church i here have requested all the lady c neiabera of the congregation to rtJbrihK all the eggs their hens lay o- nt before the second Sun tlavof each nonth and donate them to the minister There will bo egg casei tharr to put them in and j 1they WHUld for the benefit uf 7 fty flU pio t us all heertily rea tk Plnd fr 1bISfotaSJ Jf llJP fA v If 4 b az Hlllsboro A C Ziramerinun was in Mar head last week Mrs Angie Eden is very 10 with consumption Jus Gardiner of Mt Carmi was here Sunday Minor Dcnton bought ix horse E V Maggard for 150 ufI Jasper SornlIFold n cow to Ro- ert Wnllingfonl for 25 John A Clark and wife visited at Iluinniurs Landing Sunday Roht Graham uinvcd this wet to his fathers arm near here John Walton stud hi house nnd lot to A It Grahau fur 2000 Mrs Lion MnrkweU luuight a mart If Mr VeJdell of HilUbon for 15- 0Arthur Harrison iii Morehead here tilts wnek in the marble lhol of A C Zimmerman Rev Kplur of Shiloh prencln ii very interestIng sermon at the M K Church Sunday night Jan Shepherd hUll sold Inn houlte and thirty acres of land to John Walton fur 2000 Mr Shephe will make his homo with Mr Wa ton for the present CrooKs Mrs Arthur liarncs continues poorly Rlcvins anti Varkcr prcacln hero Sunday morning D Turley wife nnd daughter were in Owtngsvillo Saturday John Cnssity of Yale was the guest of B F Iurkcr Saturday Mr Willoughby Chief Police oC Mt Sterling wan here Sunnay There will be preaching here ncxt Sundiy nf teriioon ut 2 J dock Wilt Steele of Flat Creek vii ed relatives here Saturday und SundayDied at the home of her parent D S Nixon and vrifc on Satur tirday April 28 190l at 930 p m Lizziewifo of Tom Satterfieli aged 34 yearn She was a meuibe of the Christian Church and wn loved by nil She had been co lined to her bed for some time with that dread disease consumption She leaves a husband and a littl son father mother sister and bro hers betides a host of other rein lives and friends to mourn their IonDell rest Ltrzilo thou hast left us And our Inns we deeply feel But tis God that bust bereft us lie can nil our sorrow heal Yet again we hope to meet thee When the day iif life is fled When in Heaven with Joy 16 greet theeWhero no farewell tear1siod- Odessa Sam Hawkins lost by death his my milk cow lust week f Ben Rndgers fever ifi bmkei md it is to be hoped bo will soon be up again Born tiv Walter Bailey and wilt K ndaya lenpound ituughlei heir Ont born Austin Reeves of Dayu Millwo the guest of his grandmother Mrs Amanda Kerns here Sun ItY Add Power and his cousin Mie Iddie Poxver of Owingsville wer guests of friends here Sunday STB Perry Goodpaster And Mrs 011 Snedegnr of Owinjjsville vinit ell their father A W Butcter Sun iaj 1 B DarneR and wife visited T V Darnell and wife and Sam 1 Junes and family in Owingsvill from Friday until Sunday- J L Vice bought J W Suede jars tobacco Monday nt 7ijc sun W I Andersons and Louis Grumps old crops at Sc Dallas Gudgell wife and little lion Bryan visited Mrs Cudgel parents near Shcrburne Mr land M rs Fletclmr Donaldsonjlust week Mrs Edith Garner of this place sad Mu Clem Riddell of Okla were called in haste Saturday 10 the bedside of their sister Mrs Seo Trumbo on the headwaters of White Ouk She bus been vera sick with consumption for monihi md it was thought she would not lye through the day Olympia Harry Johnson is very sick Born April V27 to Walter Gfiggt md wlfeiao Btirn April 27 toGrover Wright Ilnd wife a daughter Born April 26 to Lige Highley ndwifeatson3liss Swarti is visiting friends at Salt Lick Jack Blevena moved last week to lies Amanda Shultza property Sties Iva Oakley of Roes Run wat tho guest of friends here Fri dayRobert Gault of Frankfort is isiting his sitter Mrs JK Jack sonT Harry bought Mead Stalons roperty here and moved into it lut week Robert Young of Farmers was tbe guest of his brother Clyde and wife Sunday Mrs Sallie Hunter pf Co vington Will the guest of her father Robert verbey last week Mrs Peggy Ann Pergramof Elk Lick is the guest of her daughter Irs Sarah Smith here this week Died April 28 the little 1year old son of John RvtFitt arid wife Blld was buried Sunday at the Stull graveyard Charles Fowler and wife visiied ie latter mother Sirs Wm In- gramlln Licking river Saturday id Sunday Mrs Sophia Jackson Misses LU- lie Craig and Lucy Maze of Silt Lick were the guests of Mrs Ida J icksun Saturday and Sunday Mrs Cole Jackson returned home tturday aftera weeks stay with frllndlit Covington She was ac mpanitd home by Tom Jacksonw llceon i it Orange City t Newton Johnson was nt Sher- burne Saturday and Sunday Miss Maude KioFick visited rel otivee near Poplar Plaint Sunday Miss Delia Davis of Sunsot visited relatives and friends tie- rSpdny Druco Soedcgnr nnd family of Wyoming visited relatives her Sunday Misses Addie und hunch New in were in FleuimgBbur ftbop ping lust wok- E II Gardner und family af Hillshoro visited M Ncwmni and family Sunday Miscs Annie anti Lizzie Gray have moved lo the Markwell prop erty and will engage in dross tnak lugS L havens Bold u hunch oC bogs to HiidKon sf Flemingrburg Hi 560 per cwt Uallitf Bros noli to flume party at 5c Died Monday April 23 Ray mood threeyearold Ron of Sher man Thnmpcon and wlfeof whoop ing cough und measles This is the second child of MrThompPon to die in the lart three weeks of th same disease Interment in the Fairview burying ground tho fill lowing tiny The community ex tends their heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved parents anti family Sleep dear Raymond Juke thy rest God called thee homo Ho thought It bust Moores Ferrv Ed Fanning went Friday to visi rclaixes at Frenchburg We had souse warm and dr weather tho past week E A Horsemans little chili was very sick the pasl week Wm Staton bought two earllng heifers from Dink Otis rnr31 Aunt Hannah Highley of neur Polksville is very sick and not expected to live Mrs Jeff Highley and children of Knob Lick spnil Thursday will herparents here Mrs Belle McDonald and Mrs Eflle Staion und children spent Sunday with G W Sutton neai Fergusons school house John Vanlandinghum and Mini Sarah Spence who is staying wIth Cush Vanlandingham west of Ow ingsville spent Saturday and Sun day here Some one broke into Jackson d Nor hs shanty on Three Lick in Rowan county FruIty night nnd took u lot of flour meat sugrtr and coffee Everybody Invited to attend the box supper at Hcdricks Saturday night May 5 and bring boxes The supper is made to yet money to fence the graveyard that place Cloy Reeves found six chit dren Leslie Atchison wife und children Rennie Carter wife nnd ten children nil of Ronau county spent Sundiiy with Chiirlie Aichi son and wife Charlie suys they ute him out of house and home Rlngos Mill Dr Will Dicken is very sick J W Gilmore was in Cincinnati last wek on business Dr henry Gilmore of Morehead mnved to iho house vacated by T L Muxey recently Jesse Smoot and Henry Ross eon tinue illand their recovery is doubtfulEverett Barber and wife visited the letters parents Saturday and SundayMarshall lam and little hrothe Claude visited relatives and friend here Saturday and Sunday We are glad to seo so many ol our writers shaking the dust oil their pens and coming to the front again Thomas Huret and sister AIti halite were the guests of their you sin H P Hurst of Poplar Plains Saturday Yes Cave Rut Iam still vailing patiently to hear of that ivpcted wedding and more so to eceive the piece of cake Weddings are a thing of the past in our vicinity and there isnt anyone left that is in the matrimonial line Isnt that a lucky go Died April 21 of measles Miss Llmirinrtn Perry interment in the amily graveyard near here the 22d We extend our deepest syin silly to the bereaved amily My how ted need rain The farmors are beginning to make wry faces turning up their noses and saying to their wives There will be no crops this yea- rStopstono Alex Karriek and family spent unday with Isis fatherinlaw J E Carmichael Wm Carmichael and bride spent unday with his parents J E Cur lichael and wife Mrs M P Sexton of near Ow gsvitlc is here visiting her son iluw J E Carmichael and fatal Iy Mrs SC Williams nnd son- 8pent several days last week with her parents Wm Quisenberry and mily near Corinth bent Perkins wile daughter and randson and Mre Bittinger and aughlere spent Sunday with Asa touch and family on Slate Mrs W A Sapp who had been here visiting her brotherinlaw has Ray and family for several eeks returned to her home at My ers Ky Monday of last weelc K B Sexton of Owingsvillewas herd Monday on business and to v18h his fatherin law and other lotives He reports having nil- the work he can do at present MrsR H Lane who had been fiery low with consumption Cor- 80me time died Monday morning Ht 4 oclock and was buried in Ow 1Igsville Tuesday She vraaji good 4 v woman and leaves a large lot of be reared relatives and friends We extend to her husbandand molhi less children bur heartfelt sympathy tlk Rain oh rain why dont yolf come Our farmers sire ut n Stund still lots of them not near dune plowing having to wait on rain III their ground gut too dry and hard couldnt break it uJluntii the rain that liiiftit come yet chases und softens it up and grass is drying up and nnlcHs ruin comes try soon pastures will not be sulllcien to pasture vhut Block our peopl have on hands Upper Prickly Ash James Cluik sod a milch con and calf U Joim Moore fur 40 Miss Addle Markland vieitei her mother Mrs Files here Sun dayMiss Emu Tnckott spent last week with her sister Mrs Thoma Stone in Owingsvillo Mrs Martha Allen of Owing ville visited her sun John Allen und family last week Johnson Stone and wife pent Sunday with Win iMidps und wifi near Reynoldsville Richard Tapp sold two sucklin mules to Omar Wilson fur 150fo bo delivered Oct 1 R L Stone and wife visited S Hamilton Stud wife on Roup Run one day last week Mrs Lou Pieratt nnd Mrs Ira Carlmill of Owingsville visile Mrs Settle Cartmili lust week Mrs Lida Ryan and Mrs Nelli Maxeyof Reynoldsville were thc itileStilllC Mrs Dullie Lyter Frl dayMrs Emma Hedrick and child rent of Suit Lick spent last wllk with her mother Mrs MarthnMan ley Mrs Daniel Harper visited her daughter Mrs C S Ratliff unll family in Owing tille Thursdu und Friday Wm Coyle nnd wife of White Oak visited the formers parents J W Oylo and wife Saturda and Sunday r rMrs Eliza Reeves nnd children of Mt Sterling were guests of Al roil Carter and family Sulurda night nnd Surd Sherman Hamilton and elsIe Miss Edna of Montgomery county visited H A Lyter and wife Sut urday night and Sunday Job Hunt nnd wife of near Rey noldsville anti Mrs Austin Boaj of near Plenamt Valley visited James Clarkstud family Saturday W W Case and wife of Owing villennd Marshall Stone and grand son Earl Phelps of neat Reynoldi ville were guests of Aluirtnzi Stone and wife Snnrfny Stoops Sirs Torn Warner Is Improving Dry weather bus besot duinagiiig to nieniloxya JUne ailS Is not going tu be ne gout us waLhiotighst Sanuiel Il ruull has been quite ski for several days II C Fickliu sold a harness honi to Sid Hurt for 15- 0Au eiiterlainnient will be given at Somerset Church Friday ninht Too often is it the east that pray big tumbles u niiiii to niako a b1t gtir steal There is nothing filial about a lov iitluir as long us it dont cud in sitar riu e A small daughter of Lawrence Fun Belt Was quite Hick severaL days 1411t weekJ Barkley and James Lend were ut Olympia lust week on busi- tiess Torn Curr of Mt Sterling vivltec Thomas IS Hamilton Saturday uiu Sunday Outs bsiyo slot come U as kIi should have dusts Dry veaiePii the cause Tobacco plants are doing no gOQ4 in ibis section Tlie seed did Jot come up well Tom and Miss Berlin Wren of Sail Llukaru vislttiii their pareiitsU W Wren and wife Mrs Nannie Byrd continues about the statue soiim days slits is butler some days worse Allen Carter and wife of Clark county vislteJ Mrs JSU Carter and family Saturday and Sunday Lem Iloberson and wife visited the family of William lint ut Shier burne Saturday and Sunday Miss Laura Robersnn of Mt Sterling visited rulatives ill the Springfield neighborhood last week Sherman and Miss J3dna Hamilton visited their uncle E S Hamilton and wife on Roes Run Saturday md Sunday Sam Dale nn old colored man who ins been making his home with Rue Heiitty adjudged insane md sent to the asylum Rollle Thompson returned Friday ram the Good Hospital Loxln ton He underwent n grave urglcal operation and Is still in a erlou condition The Democrats of the 10th district will makeR blunder that will basin erely regretted if they do not send prank Hopkins back to Congress A real Congressman should be the pride of any district We are requested to announce that be organized at the schoolhouse here Sunday afternoon at a oclock J hose interested In Sabbathscliool work are especial ly Invited to bo present SHE LOOKED IrThe street car conductor nerved himself for the pproacliinsi battle Madam he said stepping longside the elderly passenger with the agrcBflvo nose thin lips nnd tiarp chin youll have to paf- fare for that boy Certainly she answered opening her purse and taking outa pip I expected to pay forthi nslr Do I look like a person would try beat the company out of three snts Madam he gasped you do tats wind fooled un Lexington is paying 260 a bar reI for oil from llm Ragland wells to be used to alluy the dust on the reels of the city and Qndt it a succell ft1i y A MAn DENTISTDo not stir I ails going to extract nil the de fective teeth in your mouth am yqu will nut have any more to pnj than if only sine was taken out Hut I have only coma for one re plied this patient u young man who was already enllVrini horribly 1 tell you I shall oxtruot the lot unit instead of thanking me youI object You see that Wi llif you move I shut alio it 1I1 And the dentint laid a revlliver tint table by him says a Paris let Set The luckless patient perceiving that ho Imd fallen into tin hands of a lunatic resigned him self to his futo and hud an uwfu time When however it WUR 811 over the dentist was as good liS his word lie only asked for very trilling coin and nfer expres stoned hope that isis victim wouh send him some customers and re turn himself some day and bad him farewell As soon np the young man was clear of the place he proceeded to the nearest police statioi with storyof his woes nod tbt story of the dentist who was known to have been in u queer state IIr mind for some time has bren ro moved to the asylum Hut this will not restore tho lost grinders IInd the patient hiss received curls u shock to his system that some rime must elapse before he can be him self again POLITICAL PAiuonArns slroofo- C the political plum tree is the graftingIts exceptionally poor rule lliat refuses to work either way Necessity knows no law but that is no excuse for a lawyer Wise men make hay while thei sun shines but fools make it by gusiiuht Riches have wings and rich men may eventually have flying ma chineo A barber isnt necessarily an artist because he illustrates hi8 stories with cuts Many a man is so crooked Ihat his measure can only bo taken witb a corkscrewNearly man has a 8mall streak of genius and a largo stren of yellow in him few women are as good as they look and few men are as baila they are said to be A woman thinks there is some thing the matter with a munwhoI refuses to argue with her From your neighbors point of view your nhenoracnul success i s merely a case of bullhead luck Manya man who jprofeMta to lovo his enemies more than balance the account by bating bis friends When a girl fall in love she lose her heart and if some man doesn find it she proceeds to lose het head No man living can give the de tails of a wedding ceremony bu every woman present cnn tell whi every other woman hRdonChrclI go News ITAUAX RAiiWATsrA bfl r t fI FredericcT the head uCNew Yorki roast chePinut trust nn organize lion not to be de pised was prais log Italy inn cafe The 11511uSd thing oboist holy Is its train service he caid I hull never forget winter experi ence of mine on the railroad running nlnt r the Mediterranean train Vent imille to Genoa 1 hoarded this train at Venti mlllc one morning bound her Sir Uemo Off we started snowcov erect mountains to the left of us urange roves anti rose farms aboul iic the blue sea on our right and after some minutes we stopped le this Bordigliera I asked a guardNo its a cow he said Theret a cow on the track Well after n while the cowwai driven off and we got under WHJ again Some few miles were tray ersed in a leisurely way and than we stopped gain Another cow I said to guard bitterly No he replied the same one Weve caught up with her again DONT MENTION ITOtis Skin Tiers favorite story concerns a little maid who having played until she was tired had much troubli with the sand man at dinner Sep- in2 her plight her mother said If roil are so sleepy you neednt wail until we have finished dinner D II you think you can undress alone Yes m imma And say your prayers Yes mamma Then you may go A little later anxious mamma use deperted the table She found ier smelt daughter in bed Why dear did you undress in lye minntf Yes mm And say your prayers Are you sure you said your prayers Yos mamma I said Oh od Im so sleepy you roust ex use me tonight And He said Dont mention it Miss Hayes COULD t TAKE A JoKnAn old Georgia darkey owned a smalland indent mule but which at a cite ull que tion as to the price at rhiob U was held became sudden r endowed with all the virtues uf the best blood of Kentucky But he is nt least twenty years old uncle the wouldbe purchaser retested Datmule Uncle Nose said indignantly No sah Ef dat muJe is mon six yar ole I hopes be dle8 fo maivnin On visiting his stable next d y- Uncle Mose was struck with con ernation to find lie animal life len on the ground Look at dat now be exclaim ed with intense disgust v hilt- yo think ob dat Never did seo pleh a foKl mule couldnt I ven take a HI joke lack daiIIarT- Ie Weekly The Morehead and North Fork uilroad Co started several bupI red hands towork building rail road south from Morehead to Par on Morgan couuty May 1 7 Pk FiusT PLAYED To Prof E Eichhorn the wellknown cornel ixt and bandmaster of Louisville beldngtt the distlnotion of having belonged to the band which firs played My Old Kentucky Home The Land IttIftIB a Louisville urganization under the leadership of Wm Uowdnn utthe tune it lint played My Old Kentucky Hume and was engaged for this cow uiencemenl exercises at Centre Col lege at Danville My Old Kentucky Home was composed by Stephen Collins Foe let in 1850 but is was not until 18UI that lit gave the music to Mr towden to arrange for orchestra purposes Mr Rowden wrote the partll fur the different instrument in the house on the north side uf Market street between Fourth ant Fifth which was then occupied by Mrs Antoine Day as a millinery store Her husband wos u member of Mr Rowdcns hand Foster was a member of the patty which left Louisville for Dan yUle going from this city to Litba non by rail and from there to Dan ville by stage 3oach Foster Mi Rowden nnd Prof Eichhorn occupied the scuts inside the couch the remainder of the band being seate on top They left Louisville at 8 oclock in the morning and reache Danvillo ut 5 oclock in the uftei noon Prof Eichhorn recalls very plea antly the incidents of the journey He says that Foster niuinluinet when not engaged in conversntioi a dreamy and fur away attitud though at times he entered into the conversation anti was exceedingly genial and full of quiet humor The memorable moment whe My Old Kentucky Home was first played by this band came just uC ter a speech of Bolt W Hayes member of the graduating class A large audience of students nnd friends of tho graduates were much impressed with the music and a i pUuded it loudly but for some reason the song intruded but litll t attention afterward though it WUl persistently played by the Eicl horn band end by Prof Eichhor us a soio on tile cornet The public did not begin to show its ap prcciatinn of its beauties until ul ter it ws rearranged us a murcl Sinre thou it has of course become universally popular Of the twelve men who compot ad Mr Rowdens band hut two nre now living Prof Eichhorn un I Henry Eckert Louisville Post LIE STOPPED TBK PsvaitAn ac quaintunce wet Horace Greeley one day nndsaid Mr Greeley 1v l stttpped your puper qJ1iyc you said the editor wcil thats too badund he wen on Ills wuy- Thu next morning Mr Greolo r met his subscriber again antI said 1 thought you had stopped The Tribune II So I didIThen there must be some mis take said Mr Greeley fClrljullt came fruui thu olllco and tile press en tire running the clerks were ns busy us ever the compositorH were hard ut work and the business Will going on the saute yesterday tuu the tiny before Oh tjuculated the subscriber I didnt mean that I hail steppes the paper 1 stopped only my clIPy of it because I didnt like your editorials Pshaw I retorted Mr GreeUy It wasnt worth taking up my thai to tell me such a trifle as that Mj dear sir if youexpect to control tht utterance of The Tribune by the purchase of one opy a dlyelr if you think to hind tiny new pnpe r worth rending that will never ex press convictions at right angle p with your own you are doomed tn disappointmentI How TilE CASE WAS WUiIt re lutes largely to u lawyer audo Jewish client during a civil war ac tion The attorney watching thee evidence und tho countenance of the Judge whose reputation for severity was well known in the die trict whispered to I his Hebrew clientIt looks very bad We are go ing to lose the ClfI1I Whejeupoi the client responded Yell I will send the Judge a box of cigars Great heavens no I That wouli end It- The following day much to surprise of the plaintiffs attorney the decision was rendered client Meeting his Jewish frienc later the lawyer exclaimed By Jove 1 cannot under tnnd this decision Beats anything I ever heard Tell me did you send the Judge a box of cigars Certainly Of course I did WhatYes I sent it with the card of the other fellow in ltEx COSTLY DISCIPLINE A popular Eastern doctor tells this story of a bright hoy another doctors son who bad reached the maturenge often after an early career marked by many wild and mischievous pranks Ills restless nutue had made him something of n torment to his teacher at times and one after noon not long ago she kept him iCier the others were dismissed and lad serious talk with him Pe baps she was u little afraid her admoni loris were falling on stony ground Any way she finally said I cer ainly will hays to ask your father to come and see me Dont do it said the boy The teacher thought she had made an impression Yea she repented I must send or your father You bettor not said the boy Why not ticked the teacher Cause he charges two dollars a visit said the scamp Harpers ilagazine A mine of cement clay near Clay rity Estill county was sold for 85000 a few days ago and work of mining this valuable product w ill beginet once 7r r J v THE FINE YOUNG STALLION J jJ AMERICAN CHffiiVOne of the boat horses in the State will make tins deason df 1000 at my ft place Riverside nt the month of Big Flat Creek Bulb county Ky Ten Dollars to Insure a Living Colt utIII AMERICAN CHIEF was sired by Old Show King he by Ha Chief he by Clark Chief and he by Atainbrino Chief Hnrrisdn Chiefs 1st dam was Lute by Jo Downing a model show mare King 1st dam by Parsons Abdullnh be by Alexanders Abdullah the sir ofUoldstnllh Maid Kings lain Is also the dusts uf Rout Cloud iCings 21 dlimwa l by Velli Yellow Jacket Kings 3d dam was n flue Virginia mate J American Chiefs Ui dam by Simmons Boy 17517 aired by Simmons 2744 record 228 1st dam Blinkta by Hiirps Muliibrino tie by Muinbrihn Chief ii2i1 data Lotllbaek by Woodlord sire of tue dam of Weelgeivqd- 2tU Woodforda Mumbrlno222 3d ditm by Belizes Buzzard son of imported Buzzard American Chiefs 2d dam by Bruce McGregor he by RoblMcGregor I 3Ithe sire of Crecous 3d dam by Kentucky Chief lie by Old Iftillan Chief the lOldfingCityChicago A t IJhlef und full brother of Bourbon King who won the championship at Louisville and State Fiilrnt Lexington lust fall American Chief is a beautiful durk bay with black mane and tailstar in forehead snipmarked like Kentucky Chief is 15 hands 2M in high fweighs 102C lbs und Is four years old f ITERMSTon Dollars to Insure a living colt Money due i when colt comes mare parted with or bred to another horse Lien retained on colt until service fee Is paid Bvury precnu Stiomi taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN GOLD PREMIUHS will be given for the two best colts 7 f One mure and one horse The money will be equally divided and the r jtheBath county Ky opposite Sherburne Ai Address Riverside R F D No 2 o 7 Box 72 Sharpsburg JAMES W HOUSE w DIED HP BUHKEN HKART Uncl 0 Bill Fraley aged SB fell dead n t his home near Puctolun Saturday Almost everybody in this ecuiioi knew Uncle HIliana his visits t town astride his dearly helovei jennet were seasons pf delight t0 us till He loved this animal will IiiIn look like thirty cents The jenne lay down and diedn few weeks ago arid Uncle Bill begun to pine stud the mists he thought of tile de parture of tile companion of forlY years and his only means of trans lortaiinn the poor old cripple be yume mortise stash melancholy un til Saturday he hobbled out lo thi spot where the faithful bnnst of burden hud died and fell hhunelf n 1 corpse He died of a broken heiirt The deceased was the father IIf Mrs B F Sanders of near town rGrnysuzi Tribune GOUD AT FIOUUES Allnker go ing home for his dinner saw a tat dollar bill on the curb stone II picked it up nnd took the number home in order to hind the owner While at lu ino his wife that The butcher had sent u l amounting ten dollars The 1lt ly money he hall with him was hill he had found which he gavi to her and she paid the butcher IThe butcher paid it to n farmer foi a calf and the farmer paid it to u merchant who in turn paid it to t washerman ind site owing the bunk er u note of ten dollars went the bAtiker and paid the note banker recognized the liU as lbs one he hud found antI which up tr that time had paid fifty dollars of debt On careful investigation he discovered the bill wits counterfeit Now will ensue of our friends tell us what line been lost in this traits action and by whom Exchange Harry AFTEUTHOCOHT Mi BE Maude Adams tells n story of a ne gro couple once personally known to her Pete was very biishfuland having decided firstly that ho de- e sired Mis Johnson for his wife and secondly that he dared not sick her in person bad recourse to the telephone to make known his passion He rang her up at the house of her employment and inquired Ja dal you Miss Johnson Ynas came tbe reply Well tIn Johnson 1se got a mos important question to ask you Teas Will you marry me Miss John son and the answer came Yaas Who is itt please Philadelphia Ledger A BRIGHT IDUThl Chaplain of one of Ills Mojentys ships says the London Bystander was giving a magic lantern lecture the subject or which was Scenes from the Bible He arranged with a sailor who possessed a gramophone to die course appropriate music between the slides The first picture shown was Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden The sailor cudgeled his brain but could think of suilabK Play up whispered the chaplain Suddenly a large idea struck the jolly tar tied to the great consternation of the chaplain und the delight of the audience the gramophone burst forth with the strains of Theres Only One Girl in the World for Me Under it decision of the Supreme Court Bstill county must pay the ionds voted for tho construction tt a railroad through that county in 1888The Wolfe county oil tbousland I fl 1l 1G0the purpose of attending school ut AtcideIibed himolf tin knife blade pint c- It uerlngtilsjUI1iJar J ta wind mill and utnped blV Ibreaking his i i k f 1L1 1 Vt Sheriffs Sl fr V 1 f TAXES- Mondaymy14 I The following property will be sold at the Court Fhouse door in wingsville 9Idloi in Owingsville 1904 iI521Same 1505 32tSETH BOTTS S B CIMy fine young B111te1 Will make the season of 1906 at my utabJe on the JonathanToung farm i halfway between Bethel ldRet iJtiti ldu1d51at fEight Dollars to Insure a tLiving Colt j Also the fine young jack IJIM MYERS Stands at 8 for Live Colt I bought this jack ApriMl from Myers Dudley for 515 Jim rMyers u 15 hands bighblack with itmealy nose iJ J R COKBIN 1flE STALLIOf1 PeterStephens Stallion t LeGrand AWill make the season of 1X6 at my barn at tire home farm of the Tai 1f Jacob Warner JM miles southwest of Owingsville at 10 to Insure a Live Colt He made the season of l00i at the Forge Mill- LfcGRANDIs a rich rexfbary horse1 r 16 hands hlghwelglis flWlbs and X Is five years old He fs by aM Lv fGrand rind a Magic II mate Also at the same time atei piWcn good Jack Will snake tire BoafsonaS zfto insure u living Dudley Tiiii4 X 4