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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t f j T7jj aA YT I s r c 1k tcrJJt mrnotnllt ullaok VOL XXVII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 10 1906 NO 4St H L Lane delivers ice Shoes for everybody at Brother a Brothers Tuesday nights frost and freeze finished what was left Some frost on low ground was reported Monday morning Heflins Racket Store is the place to buy jour spring suits and shoes G W Wills of Suit Lick sold to GA Peed 2120 lbs of tobacco at 60 650 mens blue serge suits all wool now only5 atlletlinsRacket Store When you need a good carpet look at Brother fe Brothers 25o grade F EatilIHonaerCoguarintee7 their buggies and make tlieir guar antee good Slate Creek rose about 1 feet t Friday night from rains about the lheadwaters I Eitill Honaker fe Co sell every thing in the buggy line at the low esc prices j The Salt Lick cornet band cameg 1 in Friday night and played I Dados show Remember that Brother k Brothser have a nobby line of d from 500 upo1 Dr Gco W Conner has a home grown tomato plant with a tomato ripening on It Mill Hattie Sechrest at T M 1 Perrys held a reception from 4 iot6 p m Saturday i The bluegrass id heading out a very low which usually presages a bud grazing season i Omar W Barber Attorney at t Law and Surveyor Office in Court house June 8 h FOR Ri15 acres of grazing I land on tones Brunch Apply to John W Honaker WAKTKB Boy or young man as istant iu cemetery work etc 1 w S PHKLF3 c This is the time of year to hay i rug OUTLOOK Job office print yoi horse and Jack bull and curds If you want to trade an old bug 4 KJ fur a new one T 8 Sbrout will ave you money Cash or credit 3t The first etrowberries of the sea son appeared on the local market 1s r JBt acek They wero Suuthetnv a cfIivrrk fc ftert Sheep Ke ring 1sgoingnntiowSZ The standard clear wool 25o for burry and 25c rs for black i g I Estill 4 Hiniakf do evei vthing In bimckimith work nt the lowestt ItzpriceS Break carts at I mpt you TS Shrout has pleiiiy of CHI r14 Utnhus Buggy Cos buggies GetJI it M6 prices oil them and save I 413t Prepare your ground with a Can l ffon disc harrow sold by Bud llrnther and you will need less help iin cultivating it than ever before s WAXr1u Good sober black yVmlth to take charge of a shop inc t i the country Good location for a vbop Apply at tills office f Peed k Latbrani shipped car 4 load of hogs Friday and another tone Saturday They report hay ngdone fidrlj well on shipments aofars2Ir To ADTBKTISERS Advertisers who are running add without a i specified number of insertions will zi Please notify Us on Thursday or Friday when they wish a change or- t s veryiBportantprepared on short notice to fill the i space CoaBIirONDENTd W A NT ED TBK OUTLooK would like to have L1t correspondent tit Sherburne and one at Wyoming that will get up FL the rest iowa and send it in reg ularly A copy of the paper r1t andjitationery will be supplied to the right parties Especially do we wish correspondents that will seNd something interesting and avoid acre visit between neigh 44 bar MADE A GOOD IMPRESSION Judge CVW Goodpaiter of Owingsville weekittingiof a irapreMinBORiOur people The case t ON trial was one in which the feel i ing of Many people wire work reel up to a high pitch excitement BBdoBeof species of cases that Iq eieLtaisk bitterness Jjjdge Good Iii psfcter bandleil it with flirniss and i 1partIIity and ehicilted golden Z opialoulbyhhsiactand courtesy as well a by his proap nes and fair nes Winchester Democrat r j Dcpi LATZsS D Thompson i fcas a ware with a young colt In the sage lot WM 90ib boat Tbsolt Awhile inspecting the sbtiat and 8 igtke brand of perfum c ery affeeted by it attracted the mires attention to the Corker The mare ran and seized the ibnat Witk her teeth andippsed 4t If tees feet In the air the ihoat rt zzemitting three diitiBct iqueali be forit struck the ground Tb pigon retchlrii the ground devel l4ft I epd a rareuprinting abIljty untjl i v ie put a eats diitance between bita i lr be Irate tquioe APi 1 ip cfr 44 z c PERSONAL SterlingMonday Robert Wells and wife were in Mt Sterling Saturday J B Goodpnster and wife were in Lexington lust week Miss Mary Qudgell visited friends in ileininusburg lust week Judge WSGudgell went to Frank fort and Loulsvillu Muniluy flowardsMill washereMiss Amanda Hatliil of Carlisle visited Miss Ellen Butts this week Sterlingviitcdlust week jli Clark Patterson of Mt SterUtif tillSundayLexingtonSundayLeer of near Purls Mtlcliurtat Morvhead Monday Hansford Carter nod wife left Sat urduy to visit relatives at their torso er home In Murehend Otis Dulzell of Brarnblett was thu uc8t of his brotherHi luxv ProfC F Jartin Saturday and Sunday LexingtonBibleon from Friday till Monday Manleyfto visit relatives iu this county James Thomas Coyle daughter VushingtosiBranch Misses Bettie amfJNiinnlo Saund ra of Sliarpsburg visited their shj er Mrs A N Crooks this week JofTersonvihieMotitgctnery visit her sister Mrs W S Phelps Misses Emma and Josle Lewis of Ewington visited Misses Olllo and Ora of Rues Run lust week jiuedsi4Hughes southwest of town lust week Miss Lottie Atchlson will be the puextof Miss Nell McCoy fur tho CollegeLexington C M Harbison and S n Glass Flenilogaurgday afternoon until Monday Mr nndMra J W llutchesoii will leave May 15 to spend some montba EHOlmeS i Joseph Du WHOM returned Veilnen CityMuPillow Ficklla and Mio Julia How rtJl4 trsJ 14I Jonas of Stnivford III arrived SaturUny htttriiooii to e with WU Martfn JOIICM nf lute Valley during lila critical Ill ness Dun and Miss Ella Leach of Mont county were guests of their brotherinlaw John A Tincher and from Saturday till Sunday af ternoon Mrs Vans Vanluntlinchain of Sudievllle caine Wednesday of lust week to visit her sister Miss Eva Mi Kinlvun Mr Vanluudinghutn will oin her this week The following attended the Edu cational Conference at Lexington atut week Miss Plukutt MutcuHu County Superintendent Elder Robt CamptiKll Omar Barb Walter Klnculd Martin Jonen of Slate Valley was better of his crlilcal illnea than for physlanHis wife also is better of her Illness i Omar Wilson at his daughter Mrs Emily Brajburyu still suffers from bronchial pneumonia ansi a compli cntlon other ailments though on Tuesday MB phyuician pronounced him ratner better and thinks he wil- lecoer in due time Mr Wilson is hout 79 yearn old and has until this illness been singularly tree from the debilities of i ld age and has been leading the most active life as stook dealer and shipper Hosiery ties and handkerchiefs o match the latest novelty PeNcil G BATES Mt Sterling Ky Bud Brother is agent for the famous Ohio line of walking and riding cultivators Theyare good goods and soldat reasonable prices E WCluottand Monarch shirts all new patterns now on display PUNCH GEAVUB Mt Sterling Ky Bur A CANTON You cannot raise a crop by depend ig on borrowing your neighbors disc harrow Buy a Canton from Bud Brotber and you will find it wore satisfactory than wearing out somebody elses WILL MAKE You HArTDid you see the White Mountain refrig orator at Bud Brothers Well when you do you will begin look leg around to dispose of the old one BO you can buy a new one and be happy JOB FRIKTIKO Remember that TDK OUTLOOK is prepared to print letterheads noteheads billheads statements envelopes curds labels receipts invitations and all sorts of business stationery on the best stock in tasteful style at the most reasonable prices Compare our work with that turned out by any Job office and you will find it to your advantage to have us do your workWe also printVposters dodgers pamphlets and everything usually turned out by a country Job office We have on hand for sale in any quantity blank deeds mortgages oil lessee and other blanks Brother 1 Brother handle the Starboard shoes None better d 4 1 fi Buy your spring outfit from Brother fc Brother Born To Til ford Horseman 01 wife of Prickly Ash Thursday night a son- Nearly everybody but you has a buggy Let us sell you one cheap ESTILL UONAKKK Co The Lexington district oftho M B Church South will hold its an nual Conference here beginniug June Every downtodato etyle John B Stetson and Youman huts PUXCH tt GRAVES Mt Sterling Ky Some dust laying showers fell last week but to all intents and purposes the drouth remains On broken WE HAVETIIKU The latest gun metal pumps all sizes und widths A A to F PDNCU GRAVES Mt Sterling Ky McDudes show after a gqqd week tiara except one night pulled out for Mt Sterling Sunday leaving the swish boy disconsolate Fire and overcoat weather arrived Saturday afternoon and a big frost was escaped Saturday and Sunday nights only by the cloudiness Col Wm W Baldwin died at Muyeville last week at the age of shout 80 years Ho was a wealthy farmer stud was prominent iu van ous lips of activity We carry sill widths frdlm A A to F in shoes and oxfords the best makes all styles POUCH GRAVES Mt Sterling Ky The flannel underwenrerc who thought summer lied come and die corded their inner coating forgot that blackberry winter was sure to arrive on schedule time MAKES Bio CUOP Drill your corn with a Union corn drill und you will have wore corn mar fod der and more money nt harvest than ever before Bud Brother sells them The famous Stncey Adams Cos tnenrt fine bluiett anti oxfords ppring ftylec now on display all widths mimi A A to E PUNCH k GRAVES Mt Sterling Ky ToiiACf PLANTS LATE There is u general report of the backward tiesrof ttibuccnpluwtn In every irighboruood it few say they have plnuiy fii1 an early aet nyr btit thb bulk Of the crrtp will beset late Miss Qra Metculfe won the cosh prize olT red last week by Prof H M Bruuijcj first assistant at Ruth Seniin ryfor the beet essay wnittqn- by any pupil nf his dejnimenCrt- he subject of Bath county TUB BErIL is needless to tell you that when you have a McCor mick mowbr buy rake or binder thrit you have the best If you have neither give Bud Brother your order now no there will not be- any delay whenyou do need them LARGE MuTLIWtfl P Ginterof Preston cut from a twig lust fell a large cocoon anti kept it in the house until lust week when a beau tifully figured moth with a spread of wings equal to that of a small bird emerged from it CIROCIT CounT DOCKET The May term of Circuit Court will convene next Monday The docket is made up of 42 old and 8 new equity cases 12 old and 6 new corn mon law cases 108 misdemeanor and 7 Mnny cases 85 attachments and 4 rules CITY MAUSUAL EMMONB Wm F Mark City Marshal went Monday to take his position as guard nt the Frankfort penitentiary Jas W Rmmona Deputy Marshal succeeds him as chief police officer of Ow ingsville The beet wishes oMUurka friends go with him v SAD BEKEAVBVIEKT Robert Ew lag Guitskill youngest child and only son of Mr and Mrs J Ed Gaitskill died Monday qorning May 7thof kidney trouble aged six and a half years He wits bright manly little fcllow nd the sympathy of our readers wil go out to the stricken family in their hour of bereayementWlncbestoi- Democrat PLAINTIFF WINSThe case of Earl T Woodford vs H B Sony ener and Woodson McCord tried before Special Judge C W Good paster of Owingsville at Winches ten was decided for Woodford by a juryScrivtner being assesB8d250 damages and McCord one cent and costs FINE SBOKS Ladies wo have the most complete tine of shoos and oxfords of any housV in Kentucky best makes and styles all widths a lady clerk who thoroughly understand fitting shoes We can both please and fit you Give us u cull Respectfully PUNCH GRAVES Ml Sterling Ky FATAL BOILER EXPLOSION Early Thursday morning the boiler a l Thins F Razors sawmill between Farmers and Rockville in Rowan county exploded and instantly killed Walter Scott of Moores Ferry nd seriously injured Frank Jones Scott was a son of Rains Scott deceased t ic 4 ic i rl xx xxxxxxxx I New Goods Our fir Coons has return rom the city with a line of new and befoundDress Goods all materials Silk of all kinds Waistings embdy and plain Carpets Mattings and Iugs Bleached Underwear j Fancy Neckwear Belts and Stockings aJWBARCAINStWe Cothing Shoes Hats- ShirfsTes forty Also forty young men s and boys suits at onehalf price The price will be cash and marked on yellow a- k ors mens L ladies shoes TO CLOSE OUT COflE AND SEE THEM BIG LOT HATSt That sold at 2 8225 and 8250 we will close them out at 50c and 75c each 33Owingsville Main Street Kentucky y Clothes Kir everybody at Brothir Htnry WatsonmatsI Ml Sterling bus resigned us iiger of the Eastern Kentucky ephune stud 1elegrttph Co to whirh the old exchange lucre belonged Mrs R S Estiil declined the nffei r the fl5flp555y Ju upruLu theesI c ha nee longer and will her family to Mrs J NesbiltV huti nil we Mtittj Ftre4 No operator to succeed her haa ycr been secured FAVORKII lps teuton and Olympia neigiinnrliqlidd were fa vtircd with n 3 inch rain Saturday ufternoon while the dust was mil laid on the pike halt way between hero and there The ground in the southern part of the county was too wet to plow Slate Creek came down lush Always when u drouth haunts the balance of the county a strip along the railroad hua plenty of rain ScuooL TEAHEIt5EXA5ltNATIOS8 The examination of the gradu ates of the public schools of Bath county will beheld at the Court house next Friday and Saturday May 11 and 12IThe examination of white teach era for certificates to teach the pulilio chnnli will be held May 18 and 10 for colored schools May 25 and 26 Miss PICKETT MKTCALFE County Supt TBACUTOB IN GRADED SCHOOL The tru teva of the Owingsville graded school district have reem played Prof C F Martin of Cur lisle as principal and Miss Hattie Sechrest of Now York City us as istant for the ntzi term also em ployed Miss Lizzie Rice of Car lisle and Miss tizzio Colvillo of West Liberty Mo as assistants Prof Brumley will probably go to Pikeville JACK FROST DESTRUCTIVE VISIT TTIOK There ft nsnurnipg through out tne land J Frost Esq exer claedihia biter with most disastrous results to the biteable garden vege tatidn Monday night or Tuesday tnorhihg it matters not about the mere chronology of the tiling When on Tuesday Old Sol oust his warming rays on th beans that iud not been protected they irome dlutely wilted and began to turn dark Everything susceptible shows the effect of the freezing tempera ture for there was ice as well as frost resembling a slight ekif t of snow In fact a young lady who drove to town from the countrv early said the coating of ice cryfr talawas so heavy along the road on Prickly Ash that her horse scared at it That may have been merely a facetious exaggeration and it may have been the truth A sensible horse critter is not to be blamed for showing trepidation at a heavy white frost on this eighth day of what used to be sun ny May If human out tens had shown a similar apprehen sion by covering up their growing beans Monday afternoon they would not now be so beunjess and tearful The frost waadsrU tivnougl nn the high town ridge I may be expecteJ that the young clover and even wheat in the low yalleys has suffered severely Whist effect it will have on the fruit ja problemat ice S 1 For Dressy People svill sell Suits at tags 100 Brothers RESIGNED absolute flowery THE POCKETt Tn you know where The Pocket is Well ask for Gillons if you dont and dont full to go there when in town as he i almost giving goods awny lie will suve ou X the price youpaiTDtbers its lia has a arge stock off J 41LOTillN4 ItATStETi that must be sold this season tfouiie his prices und you will buy 1get GILLONS In The Pocket TOBACCO SAIcsGoi A Peed purchased on Ntiylora Br inch the tbCL0 erupt of Ins W Barber at 8p Jitp Landon Barber at 6cIsuac pttwer at lOu on Prickly Ash Vra Coyle and Mrs Lizzie San flords at 7o John L Vice bought on Prickly Arili Andrew K Coyles al9c IIIfovl Horsemans at Gov OertRon Stone bought on lowoi Slate Oreek of Gun Ulery jucti Wm Atchison 4600 pounds at WepniRas Elder B H Ross at 1C County Clerks OtOce last Thursday morning united in mar nii4ge Mr Gannett Crow and Miss Mollie Hartgrove both of the southern part of the county On Thursday afternoon Elder B H Ross at his homo performed the marriage ceremony for Mr Srttnuel Royse son of Hiram Bud Royse of Wyoming and Miss Lucy Riddle daughter of Nathan Rid dlj of Rowan county The attend ants were C L Snedegar and Miss Ruthio S Darne- llREivEri800OHOfl W Av Young and another attorney for tlcG O Railroad Co were hero tljtreeday and Wednesday of last nd made compromise wilji files Lucy Vnnlandinghumof Odes shFtwho was injured severely in gftt ting oft the express at Preston oh Ijer return from the State Fjiir at Lexington last September paying er 13000 Miss Annie Bailey of Odbtfsa whose foot was cut n11t- ht same time was paid 95Q0 r time ago PREVENT HOOSEBUBK J P tiiar of near Sherburne says thi t until lust year he always had more or less houseburned tobacco i lij barn and last fall he tried ah experiment to counteract it He set up a stove in the driveway of lila barn and by means of a dduble elbow attached two pipes running out at each end door Fires were carefully tended in the ve The result was most happy that his tobacco cured up free houseburn The farmers Ron rxlly might profit by his expori ro Patient1 Doctoryou hare chang fi me a hundred dollars for fifty wait 1poctorYou have no kick cnn would hiav charged you more than that for loneIminers have agreed tooccepl the operators terms provided the old tuploycH are given back their job I 1 ONES HALF LESS THAN PRICEE r first cost Mk OF SHOES uaaaerJ4 r Prescription Druggist Groceries Notions Fresh Confectioneries Fresh Vegetables Goods Delivered promptly Telephone No 8 OWINGSVILIE KY UNCLE RuaOnqe upon a time there lived a good man in New York wboa soliciting contribu tions for the erection of an orphan asylum eaiii iM story teller He had been tfljSty rich people and received very rtieral contributions he entered in a book kept for hat purpose Among these names appeared Mr Russell Sage25 The good man west to Mr BBgoti office and showing hum the contribution entered by Mrs Sage asked If he would not give alike sum And what do you sup pose he did Well I suppose he doubled it remarked the listener Doubled it Russell exclaim ed the teller of the story Why tm simply took his pen and wrote Mr and before his wifes name and banded the book bark to the good man Harpers Weekly WOULD OrIt was the first case ever tried in Stony Gulch and the jury had sat for hours arguing and disputing over it in the bare little room in the rear of the opurt room At last they straggled back to their places and the foreman a tall mountaineer voiced the general opinion We dont think he did it he said slowly for we allow he want there but we think he would of of hed had the ehanstJYouths Corn panion LIKE A LAMPA certain gentle man was surprised a few evenings ago when his wife named an ex pensive lamp after him He was more surprised at her reason for doing so Well said she you know dear it lists a good deal of brass about it H is handsome to look at requires a good deal of attention it is remarkably brilliant it is sometimes unsteady liable to explode when only halt full flares up occasionally it is always out sit bodtimeutrrt is bound to smoke l EUGENE MINIHAN Makes the beste5 HAND MADE SADDLES ant ll1tNESS at nih kinds His WagonBrfcechlnjr Check Lfns and Blind Bridle arWii IIANI MADE and are Better tliuti you can buy anywhere many price JC am selling Collars Humes and Chains at host vear5 prices Yon knarthey cost silure but I bought before the big advntucaniLnsn giving mv customers the benefit of the low prices IViseis you buy U VULCAN PLOW you PHI the best chilled plow made Have or corrugated points andthey fit every tune I sell the Hall Hillside Plows a fir low price Coin and see my goods and I will save you money I mn yours for the best goods at a Idw price EUGENE MINIHAN owingsviiicci1j rlE3E3 RACKET STORE We have our Spring Goods now ofl1Call and get our prices and wo will save you money Straw Hats 10 8c Mens Fine Straw Hats 60 25o Mens Linen Hats 20c Ladies Slippers pr 2 160 1 25 Mens Slippers pr 2 150 Mens Cotton Gloves pr lOc Mens Cotton Jacket 35 25c Ladies Vests 10 8 60 Childs Vests dcDrawerseach 1610o Mens UndershirleDrawera2626c Counterpins 98 75o Lace Curtains pr 98 76 SOc Ladies Sun Shades 25o CASH PAID FOR EG- GSWHEFLIME V4 ys Clocks cUt Glass QDfiral Goods A CASE or NECESSIT One Sun day two emaIl buys were industri ously digging in n meant lot when a mart who wits pursing stopped to give them a lecture Dont you know it in a sin to dig on Sundnv unless it be a case of necessity Yci sir timidly replied one of th buys Then why dont you stop it Cause Isis IB H cuBe of neces lily replied the little philosopher A feller cant fish without bait The Fiscal Court allowed the County Judge of Nicholas but 600 a year ud suit has been brought inline Circuit Court to omp tha4tJsgiIates tinettsutse so a re eona tile amount us required by law ibEJCEI nish ice in any quantityat low prices Delivery at any und until 8 oclock a in SUn days Ice can be secured for sick people at any tlirrie Telephone 21 C A REIDOwingsville Ky TREESPLANTS For the spring of 1906 the Blue Grass Nurseries offer a full stock of fruit and ornamental trees over greens shrubs strawberries grape vines small fruits rhubarb aspar agile etc Wo employ no gents Strawberry and general catalogues on application to H F HHIenmeyerSons- I Lexington Ky M Drapery Cloths yd 15 Ladle Fancy Hone pr lU Childs Sailor Straw Hats 5OVi c Sheets Ipfi 8 Day Clocks l87r Tuck Hammrrs 5 3c 3 Boxes Tacks 5t Flower Pots 2520 lOo Cotton Rope ft r Tobacco Hoes Scr Door Locks white knob lOt iGaLTinCup 5c Pratts Lice Killor can 10 1 J 1A 4 POWER SVatchmaticr and JeWeIe ID i oJ4t115zfLtf Watches Jewelry Si1uerP timeduringwee Graphophones and Records For Sale at Bargain Prices 1epairin a Svecialty INSURANCE Any one wishing iiiBuruneo in the Hiirtl Home Insurance CiH puny write In or cull on Cad In gram at OlympiH Ky This corn its losses in full and insures against lire wind undlrpht ning arid costs less thuri one per coot 42 St To Whom It flay Concerns Notice Is hereby given thatJiBv fag been rlectrd anti iiialilitrd as Treanurer of Haih cnuity I haveS establihlieil mysutilys in bunking office of the Owiiigsvhie bntiking Company Myself or mynsoistant will be nt nil times nt inld placo ready to dichnrge the duties en 7cumbrnt upon me as Treasurer 3d IAH W SHAMBLAK Treasurer of Bails County OwinRSvillr Ky Aptil 10 100U MY COMBINED SADDLE AND HARNESS STALLION LeGRAND i Will make the fi Rnn of 1906Ktiiijr tables nn tile Ulchurt farm onfall Well at SEVEN DOLLARS To Irinure H living coll A litn will be retaintd on the cult until fri stiw money in paid aurv is parted wMW or bred to rinoiheriiorKe LiGRAND in a lixtf bnlhfr r Peter H Stepheijs L Gfunilbjt r i LeGrand crust out of nllnlcofn mr He 18 a dark bay loj hands Vi jiy is coming live years old thin p rtnjv and is n No breeder A gomIjack sure hiedrr will make the seaiofl utthi sante luswVj at 85 to insure u living cull unus S conditions us apply tiv LrGrnix BobertL Weekly CourierJournaI and Outlook onp year for 160 e r s t t 1ePjct i cL 4b t 1 i sii I 4 h Owingsville Outlook tOUTLOOKpus CO Publishers jOWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY I 4rL LMAY19066y = =Sun JCon Tnei Wed ThaFtI6at i 2 3 4 5 l a O7 8 91011- 12ThiTiiiThiI v 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 i 31rt 10 AFM jLQ NM p131 = Sib Z5th W23rd 1 a j Watchmakers despite their difficult t work rarely suffer from eye trouble of any kind al fInBolivia the natives of the In 1 wear hats and shirts made of the bark of a tree which is first 5 7 ioaked In water and then beaten until 1 l i Snow was preserved by the an t9 cients instead of ice by covering it qI up in the ground A cargo of natural Ice shipped from Boston to Calcutta In = 1S33 brought six cents a pound J i Simultaneously from two independ I ent sources comes striking testimony I to the virtues of the hairless head It Is stated that first there are no bald criminals and secondly there are no bald lunaticst Richard H Savago is the of the famous painting Sher IMrRide and values it at 5000 S J has been introduced in the sen its purchase to be hung in corridor of the capitol q i f Radium Is a substance millions of vtimes more powerful than dynamite t It Is estimated that an ounce of ra- P4 dium would contain enough power to erI raise 10000 tons a mile above the 1earthssurface The energy needed a ship of 12000 tons a distance 9 of 6000 sell miles at 15 knots is con 1 4jtamed In 22 ounces of radium When the pope received the French bishops recently they could not un Jh gJ derstand his disclosures so strong is hIs Venetian accent But it is the 4 thing now in the Vatican to speak r with a little of that accent Venetian dishes are In vogue and in the houses of rich Romans Venetian antiquities cx art made prominent a In England no arrests may be made 1ona Sunday except for treason fel o I19i our or a breach of the peace and freedom from arrest at any time on civil process is a privilege enjoyed by 4 members of the royal family and their ijservants bishops peers and peeresses r and members of parliament during the t- slttiltgof parliament and 40 days be and after each session 41 J There aro two sorts of tattooing in i use among the women of the Congo v i0 One is commonto all the members of f the same tribe and indicates the ori gin and birthplace of the subject It z toil is sn infallible and perpetual certifi cate of birth and nationality The other sort of tattooing is simply fan k tasy and coquetry The women mark 1 upon their bodies the epochs of their existence 4 7i u3 Grecka an v Tiareback The jl j Pianly to ride in a saddlu hi 1 fact the modem saddle wIth pommel crupper and stirrups was unknown to t the ancients Nero gave put fancy coverings to his cavalry and the bare w jback riders of the German forests to laugh at them Saddles with 4 af trees came into use In the fourth cen- tf tury stirrups three centuries later r The greatest dental operation on 4 record was performed upon an ele pliant IB the City of Mexico The ach lag tooth was 12 Inches long and 14 0Iachesln diameter at the root After r Mr Elephant had been securely rW 4 fastened with chains his mouth was pried open and a quantity of cocaine applied to deaden the pain When J1q i this was done a hole was bored through the tboth and an Iron bat I inserted Then a rope was twisted around the bar and four horses at tached and started and the tooth gave 1 way like pulling stumps I 1All the automobile endurance con f tests are thrown Into the shade by the remarkable pzrfonnancc of EmU Boui bqure of Paris who rode a1 bicycle jA6 Bilesandr29i yards in 24 hours at the remarkable average rate ot Jr 34 hours aa hour Vhen one consid a ers the delays and the stops entailed T la soch a race It means that for hours 4 tta rider mst have been pedaling his bicycle at the rate of 50 miles an fj14fr teur and saraatimjs even faster than r that The strain on the system to with mandthfBmnst oe severe end certain h fa ty felt by the ridere Horseshoes sueas we have are flea rather modem The Greeks anda 4 Romens used to cover their horses r Vwith fiber cloth In cold weather k or when urging the horses throigh j BBddy and miry places Neros horses were shod without nails butt 1 with sliver His wifes were shod in t- oldThe shoeing bf horses by drlv LIng nails through their hoofs was in r troducM into England by William the r Conqueror lint even in the middle t sectaries horses were shod only on i special occasions which was done more J for Etyle The steam engine goes baclc to e1 jHerov of Alexandria In the third cen t1U7 Brancau1 Italian In 1629- I aadc an engine which blew steam 2a1nstvases and thus made a wheel r first actual steam engine 7 wasinade by Capt Savoy an Engli- shjJB8nhiJ jMeS In 1705 Thomas New I Cd a vacuum steam engine BaUthe steam engine of today was f Ithe Inveatten of the Englishman Watt and the first patent bears J tipr June S 1769 Improvements yi1 elect added however encompass more iIc auveht labr and results y ZiMiianj city of 500000 people There Jir wo such thing as race sul eMe In Italy Children are as thick 2 i ss fleas In the sands Florida More I z 1 than 40000 families la Milan live in eec room cadi Seventy per cent of tie total pppnlation or 350000 per I 1 sans Ijvejin 172000 rooms Thou taBd of these rooms have no light or ventilation except through the en trance door A million dollars Is to be 5pet latH erection of 48 tenement hoveee eaehtf which will contain 500 pees 44yi ftlnto one two tufl ro f flabr td 1 H Jl f It JJ k iIt14 1 v 7 y i 4J Signs and Wonders Before Pharaoh A TORY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLES STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM By the Highway and Byway Preacher CopjtlCllllNItiT W8 Scripture Authority Ex 71815 AlL 0 Nile thou comest fTlU over this land thou comest In peace giving life to Egypt 0 hidden gode Thus chanted the priests as the royal procession moved cnward to wards the river The great festival in honor of the Nile had begun Memphis was emptying her Baylydecked crowds out upon the rivers brink The coming of Pharaoh with his royal retinue and preceded by the priests of the great temple was the signal for an outburst of enthusiasm and great rejoicing Aa the Immense wooden image of the river god Apis borne aloft In the midst of the company of priests passed the peo plo bowed in reverent awe and then falling in behind the king and his at tendants the procession moved down to the rivers brink The people caught up the song of the priests and chanted with them nail 0 Nile thou comest forth over this land thou comest in peace giving life to Egypt 0 hidden god The place selected for the ceremonies of blessing the waters of the Nile was a large and beautiful garden extending along the banks of the river for some distance Here it was that Pharaoh came for his daily ablutions and none might enter within the borders of tho place But once a year upon the occasion of the greatest festival the beautiful grounds were thrown open to the people It was a gala day and following the ceremonies at the rivers brink and after the return of the king to his pal ace the people would linger for the dancing and feasting that filled the day The procession moved forward to the point where Pharaohs throne had been set The spirits of the people ran high and they watched the movements of the priests expectantly The latter placed the Image of Apison the pedestal at the brink of the river before the throne and then separated while Pharaoh moved down the isle thus formed and took his place upon the throneThen again the song of the priests was raised us they chanted their hymn Hail 0 Nile the words rang out on the air and floated over the waters of the peaceful and beautiful river whose surface flecked and sparkled in the bright sunshine and seemed to flash back Its greeting Hall 0 Nile they sangf and then stopped abruptly as saw the king rise suddenly and with an expression on his face of half anger half con sternation point towards two figures which were advancing from behind the pedestal on which the Image of Allis had been placed The song was forgotten an oppres sive nervous hush fell upon the throng and all eyes were turned in the three tion In which the king was looking Slowly and with a selfpossession and Sgfilty that held the king his courtiers nd priests spellbound the two men ioved and came and stood before the throne Pharaoh sank back into his place upon the throne but he spake no word for astonishment and anger and apprehension which struggled for the mastery within rendered Win speech less And the priests and attendants likewise made no move Its Moses and Aaron whispered one of the court attendants uneasily Yes responded his companion the apprehension he felt sounding in his voice What brings them here I wonderSee exclaimed the first speaker Moses has his rod with him My were not the kings magicians chagrined and astonished yesterday when Moses reptile swallowed up theirs And did you note the effect on Pharaoh He seemed troubled when his magicians were unable to recover their reptiles Yes but his ifnger seemed rather Against Moses and Aaron than against his own magicians and I wonder that the former have dared come Into his presence again But listen Moses js speaking and the two strained their ears to catch his words The Lord God of the Hebrews hath sent me unto thee Moses said and then paused Pharaohs brow darkened and his Up curled with scorn as he said Who is the God of the Hebrews that I should listen unto Him and war ing his hand towards the Image before him aud then with a sweep of his arm taking in the expanse of placid waters that stretched away In every direction he added Behold Egypts god whom today we honor Barest thou at such a time come and speak in the name of thy god Sacrilege Angrily muttered the priests and they would have leaped npon Moses apL A ron and driven them from the plae had not some unseen In fluence hedthem back- UtlllaYKtedbyth angry looks cast uponthem or the words of the king Moses again spoke The Lord God of the Hebrews hath pent me unto thee saying Let my people go that they may serve me In the wilderness And behold hitherto thou wouldst not hear Therefore thus smith the Lord In this thou shall know that I am the Lord Moses paused while Pharaoh amazed at the boldness of the man sat speech less but watching with intensity his every move Behold Moses continued at the same time raisingthe rod in his band high above his head and slowly sweep ing it out towards the waters much as Pharaoh had just done behold I will smite with the rod that is in mine hand Thin Is part of an Ancient Egyptian tang probubl written about the time of the Exodus TOWN IS BE Uncle Sam is deliberately burying one of his tiny towns at the worlds highest dam building on the Salt river Arizona which will submerge and completely obliterate the town of Roosevelt The work is well un der way and by 1908 the town is ox pected to be 172 feet under water It Is thought that the bead obtained will be the means of securing abun dant power A temporary power plantMarcentntnnn ice pot light It t r j r 8 1 J upon the waters which are in the river and they shall be turned to blood A howl of Indignant protest arose from the priests and they would have rushed upon Moses for speaking thus against their sacred river had not the king by a gesture held them hack and bade them be silent And the fish that is in the rlversliull die and the river shall stink and thou and thy people shall loathe to drink of the water The words rang out clear antI sharp and as Moses ceased speaking an op pressive silence brooded over the great assembly of people like the ominous calm which precedes the storm Every eye was riveted upon the king but with an Imperious air and n sternness which made those about him tremble he roaredEnough of this Let the cetemonies proceed The god of the great river awaits our homage and motioning to the priests they again struck ulltae chantHail 0 Nile thou mme t forth over this land thou comest m peace giving life to Egypt 0 hidden god As the words 0 hidden god were spoken Moses placed the rod in Aarons hand and the latter stepped to tho a terK edge and smote the river Instantly the sparkling waters of the Nile were transformed before the vision of the king and all the people Instead of the silvery sheen they beheld with horror their sacred river take on the hue of blood The priests stopped their chant and from the ghastly sight of the river the eyes of all turned towards the king in quiringly What could he say to this What could he do to show that the god of the Nile was more powerful than the God of the Hebrews In whose name this wonder had been performed The first look of horror and cousternatlon passed from the face of Pharaoh and an expres sion of Imperious disdain took its place and he commanded that his magicians and sorcerers be brought Now there was in the garden where the king and people had gathered a beautiful artificial lake In the center of which a great fountain played throw ing up Its crystal spray like showers of flashing diamonds To this body of water now all turned as the magicians of Pharaoh gathered upon Its brink that they might try by their enchant ments to perform a wonder like that which Moses and Aaron had just wrought Intently the vast assemblage waited while the Incantation was be ing said and then the magicians struck the waters and called upon their gods But there was no change The waters still lay silver white and the fountains spray flashed and sparkled in the bright sunlightSo was the suspense that people scarcely breathea Were Pharaohs magicians defeated The people turned to look in the direction of their king and by way of answer he thun deredLet Jannes and Jambres be brought The gods of Egypt will speak through themHastily messengers were sent to tha temple to summon the chicfest of Pharaohs sorcerers and while the people waited they took up the cry of Jannes Jambres and kept up the tumult until there came an answering cull from the opposite shore of the lake und the royal barge was seen approach- In swiftly As it drew near the shore and an choYed Jannes and Jambres were seen standing In the bow Waving the pee to they called to the king sayluI t the king be troubled The god r Nile is angry at the action of Mr and Aaron this day and that the nay know that it is not the god 10 Hebrews who has done this thlnr Ute waters here be turned to they finished they leaned out over the rake and chanted their mysterious phraies and even while they were speaking the waters were seen to slow ly change from the bluish tinge which reflected the perfect blue of the sky above to the deep lark bloodred hue which but a short time before had been noted upon the waters of the Nile A shout of triumph broke from the throats of the multitude which was quickly hushed as they looked out over the lake before them andsaw Its surface covered with the sacred gold and silver fish placed there in token of the favor of the gods upon Pharaohs daily visits thither Pharaoh noted the look and conscious ot tIle silence turned and spoke to Jannes and Jambres who stood near him and these two lifting their voices strong and clear so that all the multi tude could hear shouted But even the gods of Egypt are will ing to sacrifice the sacred fish of the royal gardens if but the god of Moses and Aaron may be dishonored Who la the god of the Hebrews that we should listen to him Begone Moses and Aaron to thy people and tell them thai Pharaoh will not let them go Tired of the Monotony Bishop Doane of Albany paused tor a moment In an earnest discussion of divorce to narrate a pat anecdote The motive of these people he said his eyes twinkling is like the motive of a Scot who was found weep lag one day by his comfortable hearth Eh Saunders mon said a neighbor peeping in at the open door at tracted by tile sounds of woe whats allin ye Oh dear oh dear sobbed Saun ders Donald Mackintoshs wife it dead Aweel said the neighbor what o that Shes no relation o yours we ken I know shes not walled Saunders I know shes not but It Just seems as If everybodys gettin a change but me N Y Tribune Saw a Resemblance Two Irishmen not being on extra good terms lived In the same house Mr OBrien lived upstairs and Mr McCarthy lived downstairs One morning the latter went out for a walk On noticing OBrien in the upstairs window he remarked Why dont you put a pigs fac In the window Instead of your own mugWhereupon OBrien answered Faith an sure Oi did the other morning whin the milkman comes along and says Good morning Mr McCartny since whin did you move upstairs ING BURIED Ingplant and sawmill have bees completed A telephone line has been Installed ot the headwork of the power canal 18 miles above Roosevelt and extended in the other direction to the site of the great dam which is 30 miles from Phoenix The tall pine tree at Fort Edward N Yunder which the beautiful Jant McCrea wgtlaii 1If17 iV J 1 RAllWA COLLISION Two Passenger Trains Come To gather on the Pennsylvania Cause of Disaster Said to Be Misunder standing of OrdersMany Dead and Wounded IA1toouli Pa The Chicago mall train No 2 and the Chicago K St Units express No IS on tho Pennsylvania rahload1tInning at full speed collldbd near Clover Creel Junction on f Petersburg cutoff IS milos from this city A tow hours before 37 heIght cars had been wreck ed nt Union furnace on the middle division 20 inlJes cast of this city and nil trains wefy being run around Al toona over th cutoff The Chicago mall left this city on time and went as far as Tyrone where it was sent back to go over the cutoff The Chi cage St Louis express was sent west from Huntingdon on the cutoff Tho two trains met at Clover Creek Junction where there is but one track The cause of tho disaster Is said to have been a misunderstanding of or dens by the operator at the junc tion Both locomotives the ex press and mall ars and passenger couches are completely demolished Ont uf the trains was running revers ed with the coach next to tIle engine Twuntyflvo passengers were In this coach and it is reported that all aro either dead or wounded Several poo pie were pinned under the wreckage The number of dead will reach pos silly eight or teli Engineer J S Fickes and Conductor J H Collins of the mall train were seriously In juredTHE FEDERAL GRAND JURY Hands Down Indictments Against Prominent Men and Big Concerns New York The April federal grand Jury in concluding its labors handed down seven sealed In dictments In the sugar rebating cases The Indictments are against the fol lowing The New York Central rail road the American Sugar Refining Co tho New York Central Hudson River Railroad Co and Nathan Gull ford vice president of the company the American Sugar Refining Co of New York and C Goadlee Edgar and Edwin Earle the latter two being wholesale sugar dealers of Detroit Mich the New York Central Hud son River Railroad Co and Nathan Giiilford vice president and F T Pomeroy general trafllc manager the American Sugar Refining Co and tho American Sugar Refining Co of New York and Nathan Guilford F 1 Pom eroy C bodIce Edgar and Edwin Earl LAYING PLANS FCR HLIEF Newlands Has a Talk tn President About San lr itfco Washington Se Newlands pf Nevada dlscu with the president Friday the reconstruction of San Francisco He urged the presi dent to advocate a plan of government aid to the city either by r uteelnK bonds or by some other cfu i that would prove prompt and ri 7C No conclusion of a deiit nature was reached at the conk To it is regarded as likely that the r- ettn of Secretary retm San Francisco next weekru decision may be reached as to tie attitude the administration will assume toward the proposition to give govr ut aid to San Francisco WANT PRESIDENT TO ARBITRATE joint Meeting of Illinois Ir iana and Ohio Operators To Be Held Chicago The Joint conference of the Illnois and Indiana Coal Operators associations adjourned without reaching a definite conclusion regarding the settlement jpf difficul ties It was decided to invite the Ohio Coal Operators association to meet here when a joint committee from the three associations will be ap- Pointed to go to Washington and request President Roosevelt to appoint a commission to arbitrate tile ques ions in dispute Palma RwElected President Havana The Cuban congress In joint session Friday canvass ed the electoral returns and proclaimed Tomas Estrada Palma and Mendcz Capote unanimously elected president snd vice president respectively All the liberals and also the Independents of the provinces of Santa tiara anJ Santiago signified their protests by their absence The nationalists par ticlpatediNew Magazine To Stjrt New York There is talk of a new magazine entering the liter ary field It is understood that Miss Ida M Tarbell Ray Stannary Baker Lincoln Steffcns and John S Phillips will be behind the new venture Russell Sage Quits Stre INe York llussell Sage at the age 90 years announces his retire rnent from further active business life In Wall street For 43 years he has been one of the most active men in the street and he frowned upon vaca Uons Government To Probe J Chicago A most thorough in quiry into the relationship tween the railroads and the Standard Oil Co will be commenced in this city May 10 before the Interstate commerce commission Uniform Warehouse Code New York After a jengthy conference the convention of repre sentative business organizations agreed on a warehouse codq which will be recommended to the various states that the United States may have uniform law on this subject Sword of Gen Pike Denver Col The sword of 3en Zebulon Pike was hung in the historical department at the state house It Is particularly interesting owing to the forthcoming celebration of the Pikes Peakcentennial- Deranged By Fright Supenio1JucheMurasky as committing judge of Ins an persons since April 18 has passed era the sanity of 83 persons whose rnlnds have beep more or less derangqd by fright I France Supporting Great Britain Paris It Is officially connrm treatBrltalwsdent The Influence of Italy andlRus ala II also given to Great BrltaltL I 11 nf riI rr rtY MAY NOT STRIKE SnbCommitteo tJ Confer With Anthracite Operators Expected That the Convention Will Ratify Their Report and Vote For xa Resumption of Work Be ginning May 14 Scranton Pa The report ot the scale committee recommending the return of the miners to work un der the anthracite commniisslors award WitS adopted by the convention after 55 minutes discussion The con en lion adjourned until Tuesday to give the scale committee opportunity to confer with the operators Scranton Pa Nothing has de veloped slnco the report of the scale committee to disturb the general belie that a strike of the anthracite miners has been averted There seems to be every assurance that the sub scale commmlttce of the organization which Is to have a conference with tho operators will bo assured by the latter that there will be no discrimi nation shown In case the men are or dered hack to work and that the term the agreement is to last will be readily agreed upou The subscale committee Is compos ed of President Mitchell the three district presidents and the three this net secretaries They will return to this city from New York after the con ference anti will report to the conven tion Tuesday morning at a special sea alan It is expected that the conven tion will ratify their report and vote for a resumption of work on Monday May 14 under the award of the an thracite strike commission TWENTYONE INDICTMENTS Returned By Federal Grand Jury in Land Fraud Cases Portland Ore United States District Attorney W C Bristo has made public the names of 21 included in the final and most Impor tant government land fraud Indict ments which have been returned by the present federal grand jury which has brought to a conclusion Its hearings and been discharged Washington Secretary Hitch cock received a telegram announc- Ing the Indictment of 21 well known citizens at Portland Ore in land cases as told in a press dispatch from that city Mr Hitchcock stated that he was exceedingly gratified with the result of the Investigation and that the governments case was considera bly strengthened because of the heavy bond fixed by the court 4000 in each case He said that It was the inten tion of the department to secure a speedy trial of the cases if possible and that ho expected further reports from agents in the middle western states who aTe conducting an investi gatlon along the same lines The Ir regularities charged are stated to be under the timber and stone act SOLDIERS ARE BURIED Under Failing Wall While Dynamiting San Francisco Wreckage San Francisco The first acci dent in connection with the dyna miting of dangerous walls by the en gineer of the army took place Sunday The engineers were wbrking In the downtown district Twice had dyna mite been exploded under the facade of a tall ruin and a third charge was being inserted when the wall fell Three soldiers were burled but a mass of twisted iron partly shielded them and only one was seriously hurt Coroner Walsh aftor revising his list of victims of fire and earthquake informed Gen Greely that the total number of cases handled by his office was 319 of which 134 were identified and 1S5 unidentified This report shows 39 fewer than given by a pre vious count Several hundred frame buildings now appear among the destroyed structures and foundations are being prepared for as many more The slow process of taking down standing walls with pick and shovel is being employed by many merchants who are impa tient to resume business Senator Beveridge To Speak In Paris WasblngtontSentpr Beveridse of the invi tation to speak at the annual banquet of the American colony in Paris France on July 4 next His subject will be Tjie Preset Foreign Policy of the United States Mr Bcverldge was invited some time ago to speak at the celebration but he had deferred accepting until now because of uncer- taInty as to when congress would ad journ More Bombing At Moscow Moscow Abomhwas thrown at the carriage of Vice AdmI Dougasoff governor general of Mos cow as he was being drives to the palace wounding him in thY foot and his aidedecamp and a sentrwas killed Sultan At It Again Constantinople The sultan has attempted to reopen discussion re garding the tabah affair but the British ambassador has declined to do so It Is reported that the sultan wishes to submit the question to The Hague All Are Released Paris All the persons arrest ed recently for connection with the alleged royalist plot against the security of the republic have been pro visionally released Thus ends for another time the May day sensations Meeting of Jewish Charities Philadelphia The biennial meet ing of the national conference of Jewish charities which brings togeth er representatives of every Jewish charity of any Importance in the Unit ed States was formally opened In ths city Automobile Accident New York In an aut mobila accident near White Plains N Y Gifford Cochran a carpet manufac turer of Yonkers was seriously In lured The automobile collided with a truck the horses of which were killed Father and Daughter Shot Nashville Tenn Melvin Win ters was shot and instantly killed and Thomas Stewart arid lila young daughter severely wounded during un affray at Stewarts home near Pleasant View Cbeatham county The cause of the shooting Is a mystery Mark Couldnt Go New York Mark Twain who had planned to leave this city for Dublin N H where he was to spend the summer has been compelled to postpone his departure indefinitely wins to an attack of bronchitis 4 us f P t r vI I- 1 STEDSANDENDSJA Surrenders To Posse That Threatens To Burn Their Cabin Hopkinsvllle Ky May JPollcemen FL J Daugherty and Ames hay- den were shot and seriously wounded at the cabin of Charlie Layne colored where they had gone after dark with a warrant for the arrest of Wallace I ayne alsd colored charged with a murderous assault on J W Reeves a planter for whom he worked Char lie layne opened the door for the officers but he told them he dIdnot know where Wallace was Daugherty how ever saw some one standing behind the door anti as he stepped forward to see who it was a shot was fired the bullet striking Daugherty In the right breast He is In a critical condition This shot was followed by several others one of the bullets striking Officer Hayden near the breast causing a bad flesh wound Hayden at once telephoned to town for help The posse arrived about daybreak and the ne groes were ordered to surrender and a threat was made to burn the house If they refused At this four colored men John Roland Joe Springfield William Layne and Charles Layne filed out and surrendered Springfield is wanted in Elkton for alleged crimes There is great excitement here over the affair and threats of lynching are Indulged in- COLLEGE PRESIDENTS SPEAK Southern Educational Conference Gets Down To Work Lexington Ky May 4The Southern Educational conference got down to real work when President Robert C Ogden made an address to the dele 1olloweilwas held in the auditorium at Wood land park The aftenoon was given over to the entertainment of the visit ing delegates They were first treat ed to an oldfashioned Kentucky barbecue at Woodland park after which they were taken in automobiles anti carriages to the various stock farms of the county The night conference was addressed by Dr Waitman Barbe of the University of West Virginia Dr Brown Tyerp president of the Uni versity of Tennessee Dr Charles W Kent of the University of Virginia Dr Charles D Mclver president of the State Normal college of North Carolina BUILDINGS WERE ROCKED Storm Strikes Bellevue and Tears Up Jacks Frightening Citizens Belleveue Ky May IThe storm of Tuesday night appeared to have struck this city with unusual fury The buildings were rocked by the wind frightening the occupants The fire alarm wires from Washington to- Ward avenue onj Center street were blown down a many windows were broken Chief Seither and Fire War den Brinkman were engaged all day in repairing the damage done to the alarm system REVOLVER FEt FROM POCKET And SteelJacketed Bullet Passed En tirely Through Daltons Body rHopkinsvllle Ky May 411 Dalton was shot through the bowels and fatally wounded by the accidental dis chargeof a revolver which fell from hIs pocket as he was lying on a couch at the Elks club rooms The bullet was steelJacketed and passed en tirely through his body Dr Dalton Is associate owner of several large stone quarries prospective builder of a street car system here and secretary of the commercial club Finds LongLost Brother Dead Lexington Ky May 4After sep aration of 35 years Thos OConner arrived here to find that his longlost brother Peter OConner had died Mon day The OConners were born In Eng land Peter left the old country few years later Thomas followed In search of his brother and traveled all over the United States Helland Is Held Newport Ky May 3The condition of Edward Holland who was cut an unknown man during a quarrel over the division of booty that the police allege they stole from the resl thence of G H Waterman was so far improved that he could be brought to the Newport Jail Bought 2500 Acres of Timber Mt Sterling Ky May 4N H Trimble of this city has purchased 2500 acres of fine timber land in Men fee county at 6 per acroAU timber will be cut and sawed and the land developed Recelver Goes To Take Charge Lexington Ky May 5Jameg C Rosters as receiver of the AmerIcan Resene Bond Co of Chicago quaSI fied as such and gave a bond In the sum of 300000 and left for Chicago to take charge of the books and asset of the company Conference Cloaed Lexington Ky May 5The laat day of t conference for education in tho south arrived It was crowded with addresses and social functions The conference has been the most sue cessful of any in its history Ends His Life With Gun Russellville Ky May 2Wesley McIntosh of near Furgerson Ky shot and killed himself Ha and his wife had been sitting together for some time When his wife left the room lay down upon the floor took a 1he and blew his brains out Brother To Halifax Lexington Ky May 5Thomas B Jones of the Cleveland stud sold to Garrett D Wilson for 3500 the yearling chestnut colt by Handsel dam Elzarra by imp Pizarra He Is a brother to Halifax Crushed To Death Louisville Ky May 2Edward Batman aged 25 employe of the American Tobacco Co was crushed- to death at the works by the elevator Was There Once More Louisville Ky May 3M H P Williams 80 of Frankfort who has sever missed a Kentucky Derby came own to see the race Spring Meeting Closed Lexington Ky May 2The spring ne ting of the Kentucky Racing as aociatlon closed her i j j Will Work in Factory Next Year and Boost States Revenue Frankfort Ky May 3 The state prison commission leased the labor of C50 convicts at a price that will in crease the revenue nearly 90000 a year The labor of these convicts has been leased to the Frankfort Chair Co for several years at 40 cents a day per man anti the contract will expire next January The new prison com- missIon advertised for bids for the labor of G50 prisoners beginning next January and the highest bid was the Frankfort Shoe Co at 85 cents per day per man The FordJohnson Furniture Chair Cos lease some months ago bid 65 cents per day for 200 long term men 50 cents per day for two dayfornot wrok a whole day The shoe com pany already works 400 convicts at 50 cents a day and their bid is the highest ever made for convict labor In Kentucky It Is believed the Ford Johnson Co will erect a big free labor plant here as the Business Mens club will donate a site- EXAMINATION POSTPONED Aaron McCabe and Alex Edwards Will Be Tried May 8 Lexington Ky May 5Aaron Mc Cabe a negro who Is charged with murdering Martin Clark a barkeeper at F P Greens saloon was arraigned for examining trial in the county court Alex Edwards who It is alleg ed accompanied McCabe and who is under arrest as an accomplice was ar raigned at the same time The two negroes were handcuffed together and accompanied by a strong guard as a precaution against possible lynching As the accused had secured no coun sel the examining trial was postponed until Tuesday May IMPLORED THEM Not To Arrest the Friend Who Shet Him By Mistake Louisville Ky May 3 c L Wil son shot and probably fatally wounded George Copher at their apartments Copher is a conductor on the Illinois Central railroad and returned unex pectedly to his room about 3 oclock in the morning Wilson mistook him for a burglar The wounded man is in a precarious condition the bullet having perforated his kidneys anti spine Sopher said it was an accident and implored the police not to arrest his friend FUNDS OF THE LODGE Are Withdrawn and Treasurer of Red Men Missing Louisville Ky May 5Morris M Harbison aged 33 salesman for tho Illinois Glass Co and treasurer for Hiawatha Tribe Improved Order of Red Men Is missing from his home It has been discovered that the funds of the order amounting to 850 were withdrawn from thcrAmcrican Nation al bank by the missing men before his departure Mrs Harbison Is pros trated from grief The Fidelity and Casualty Co was surety for Harbi son GRANT RIGHT OF WAY Through Sheibyville To Louisville Eastern Shelbyville Ky May 5The board of councilmen of Shelbyville granted a 99year right of way over Main street from the eastern to the western limits to the Louisville Eastern Electric Railway Co for the purpose of constructing and operating an elec tric railroad Claim Metcalf Estate Lexington Ky May 5The Identi ty of the western claimant of the estate of the late Col R B Metcalfe the turfman was established when a petition was filed by Mrs Vienna Met calfe the widow and others which says Mrs Winnie Heldtman and H F C Heldtman her husband and Mrs Ellen Gillian and R A Gillian her husband residents of Wheeler Ore are the heirs Heart Exposed Louisville Ky May 2 Although so terribly mangled that his heart was exposed Edgar Bateman lived five hours after beii g injured in an eT IVatorof the American Tobacco Co pJin Wreck In Springfield Springfield Ky May 4The noon train was wrecked here soon after it Jeft the depot and Just before It reached the turn table The engine jumped the track caused by the switch not being properly opened On Abandoned Island Sharpsburg Ky May 50nan Is land considered worthless at the mouth of Prickly Ash creek Caleb Snedear raised 17S5 pounds of tobac co which sold for 33f95 more than five times the value of the land OB which it was grown Returns Nine Indlctmens Lexington Ky May 5 Information came here by Ipng distance telephone to the effect that the federal grand Jury at St Louis had returned nine In dictments against officials of the American Reserve Bond Co Strike Is Over Newport Ky May 3 The strike ot the planing mill men which was Inaugurated May 1 was short lived Of the 35 men who went out at the Miller plant all but one have returned to works and the 20 men employed by Welngartner have all returned Fire Brick From Germany Louisville Ky May 4 For the first time In the history of the frls toms offIce of Louisville a shipment of fire bricks has been cleared here The shipment consisted of two car loads and it came from Germany IPythlanRalson Case LThe court of appeals affirmed the case of J 1Pythian vs C L Raison jr from Newport Pythian one of Speers hos pital trustees brought suit for dam ages against Raison for uttering cer- taIn statements Cpuldnt Stand Loss Louisville Ky May 3 Despondent because a piece of property which ha sold six weeks ago for 13000 was sold later for 23000 John G Doyle 67 wealthy shot himself through the head ICd iJrOJ C ft rcjr fv it7r1 i t 9ISSELLThe f Few women in this age believe thai the broom fa better than the BtnelL sweeper but there are nuay who think it is more economica 1 Just figure it out for yourself A Bissell will last longer than fifty corn brooms that cost not less than 1500 to 2000 whereas the best BiMeU 7 can be bought at from 250 to 500 Beyond the great economy indirect cost of the Bissell just consider how iit saves time labor and health does F the work in onequarter of the time with 9S less effort than the con broom requires makes no noise raises no dust and an invalid can use it Bay Crco Searing BlceU now MM ta the sale slip u4 we will wad jrtn tie of chats a beautiful main lathe cart cax with no ffilntlnz on It whatertr Bleach Carpet Sweeper Co Dept 17 Grand Rapids Mich tutus S cpa Mikut la to woes Ask your physician what he thinks of the sweeper from a un itary point of view Frice S2SO it to ssoo MISQUOTED FHBASZS Do you know that the word dude tomes from the English word duds which means clothes Hence a dude is one very fond ot clothes Do you know that the express B Sure as eggs Is eggs was ne er meant to be as ungrammatical as it sounds The original was sure as X Is X i Do you know why foolscap paper fg so caled When Charles I was king of England only certain people were isallowed to manufacture paper anti It all had to bear the royal arms Parll ament made sport of tlje law and or dered a fools cap and bells to be used instead pt Do you know the origin ot the phrase Up Salt River Before steam navigation along the Ohio was carried on by flatboats which were rowed up jstream This was particularly hard work especially up Salt river a dan gerous crooked branch of the Ohio river in Kentucky When slaves were to be punished this was a common method employed by their owners Hence at election times people refer to sending the defeated candidates tjp Salt River as a penalty i A Strange Story Mrs Isaac W Austiil of Chestnut rRidge N C tells a strange story of frgreat suffering I was In bad con dition for months but got no relief My periods had stopped all but the pain After taking part of a bottle ot Wine of Cardnlt nature worked prop 3 erly and without pain I advise all suffering women to use Cardui pure specific remedy for women Tils 100 at druggists WORDS WBONOLT USED Never used the word liable whs a you mean likely Do not say for instance that he Is liable to come irIn at any moment Liable implies misfortune and means exposed to subject to In danger of Why do most of us speak of tiaras veling a mystery Any good die tionary shows that ravel means to unweave You ravel a mystery therefore when you solve it In Hamlet Shakespeare says Make you to ravel all this matter out lf you and your friend Smith know a man called Jones do not speak1 to Smith of our mutual friends mean tug Jones Jones is your common friend If you are frlsndly to Smith and Smith Is friendly to you you and Smith are mutual friends but that is the only sense In which the term may rightly be used j An Interesting Letter Mary Bagguley of liT Peach St Syracuse N Y writes to tell of the terrible suffering of her sister who for the past 24 years had been tor mented with side ache from female trouble keeping her weak and ailing She took Wine of Cardul and Is now well Cardui has been a Godsend to us both she writes For all worn ens troubles Cardul is a safe efficient reliable remedy At druggists 5100 CONCERNING niTF In five years Kruppi town of Esses baa Increased 93 per cent Cologne with Its 426030 people has had aa as tonishing growth Any city of more than 100000 Inhab itants Is considered a great city Ot a these Germany has more than any 4k other country namely 41 Great Britain and the United stats have 39 each Then there Is a break till we reach Russia with 16 France with 15 Italy with 12 Japan and Aus triaHungary with eight each I jciiiEADc1iE CARTISIrTLE IVER PILLS Pos1tivelyced by these lattta 1icialsore5eyeDN- tess froaDjspejela dgest1cnandTooBetl EaUa A perfect rem B 4 Taste la the MooO adP- sninte5I4eTonsww vTORPID UVEK Thay regulate the Bowe PUreVegat i SMALLnU SULLNSE SULLPMCL cARTEsI GEIHHM Must Bean FazSimHs Signature REFUSESVISTITVfl j j t i1 wi cIt f t Jt t i I I 4 N Under the Red Robe By STANLEY J WEYMAN OanrrlfbtUNbrltuiUT J wjomyJ It CHAPTER XICONTISUED This quite changed tho scene The in the mask staggered to his feet felt stupidly for a pistol But could not find one and was I IblnnIn no state to use It If ho had reeled helplessly to the bank and against it He would give no 1w trouble The man I had wounded was in scarcely better condi 1 lion lie etreated before me for some IIaces but then losing courage he l dropped his sword and wheeling 1 cantered off down the road roundI lib pommel There remained fellow engaged with my man and II gettingIbreath so 111 towards them but beclng mo corning this rascal too 1 whipped round his horse and dlsap 11 pcarcd In the wood and left us inns 2in of the field The first thing It and I remember it to this day IIhllt 1 pleasure was to plunge my hand 4 T viuy pocket take out half the I had in tho world and press it on the l TIflUti who hud fouhht for Ultl so stoutly a t and who had certainly saved me from disaster hi my joy I could have i Sr S kissed him It was not only that I l had escaped defeat by thp skin of my Fteethand his ROOd wordhntl knew I U and thrilled with the knowledge that IosldJ was In two places 4 IL and I bad a scratch or two and had ii lost my horse and my other poor fol low was dead as a herring Rut speak 4Ing for myself I would have spent half the blood in my body to purchase S4 ilieftellng with which turned back to speak to 11 do Corhcforct and his fllicr hau fought before them i andrf pushed on onn side was openly weeping Her brother who had scrupulously i kept his place by the ford ii from tho beginning of the tight to the end met me with ralsl eyebrows cit and a peculiar smile Acknowledge f j my virtue he said airily am here M do Bcrault which is more than f can bo said of the two gentlemen I r who have just ridden oft 4 Yes I answered with a touch of bitterness I wish they bad not shot my poor man before they went He shrugged hU shoulders They 4 1 were ray friends be said You must f I expect me to blame them But vjIthat Is not No I al1IThere Is 14b And I turned to go towards him M de Berault There was some whichImy name me I stood Pardon said turning 54i That gentleman he answered hesitating and looking ut ran doubt fully Have you considered what 1 tlwilt happen to him If you give him up to the authorities sbarplyIr he answered frowning and still look inatui tThlly Y ii jjr Not from me I replied brutally t ft t iInre be is In my power If bo will take off his mask I shall know better Jj f what I Intend to do with him The stranger hail lost his hat In his r4 t NhOlJldcrs1lInj SOme presence and though his dress was jplalri and almost rough I espied 4 a splendid jewel on his band and fan 3II J cied I detected other signs of high 4 3 quality He still lay against the bank In a halfswooning condition and veemed unconscious of my scrutiny Should I know him If he unmasked i I said suddenly a new idea In my bead Yon would M de Ootheforet an r tworcd simply 4tL Andr t 5cr onefr hard first at my old prhoner and then HI ray new one Then what doyou i wish me to do Leave him here M de Cocheforet theiilrAf J known him for a man of perfect honor 4 i before and trusted him But this F evident earnest anxiety on behalf of rt his friend touched me Besides I lIpperyJ1 ofuli will do It I said after a moments reftectlonHe will play me no tricks I suppose A letter ofT I 1 Mon Died no He will under stand Cocheforet answered eagerly tj You will not repent It I swear Let us be going t WelJ but my horse Isaid some r what taken aback by this extreme haste 4 Ye shall overtake It be replied urgently It will have kept to the road Lectoure is no more than a league from here and we can give or ders there to have these two fetched jPl in and burled I had nothing lo gain by demurring jtI and so It was arranged After that we 0 ii lid not linger We picked up what s we ttad dropped M de Cocheforet mounted his sister and within fiver r z minutes we were gone Casting a gIILDCe back trom the skirts ot the ESwooas w entered It fancied that Isaw the masked man straighten him c self pnd turn to look nfer us but the it1eaveerp beginning to intervene the distance was great and perhaps cheated me And yet I was not dls bs a Inclined to think the unknown a lit tle ltsR severely Injured and a trifle I j s more observant than he seemed XiY CHAPTER XU- ATTlIEFJNOER POST h I ZThrough all it will have been no had not spoken to is me nor said one word good or bad i She had played her part grimly had t taken her defeat In silence if with tears had tried neither prayer nor rdefence nor apology And the fact I that the flght was now over the scene left behind made no difference Crj In her conduct to my surprise and Pl dlicqmnture She kept her face avert Hot Prnonatl PreldentRo06eveltrelates a story of a negro minister who delivering a 44r forceful sermon on the sin of theft became personal and said I see be 4I fore me twelve chicken thieves Includ lag William Sanders Sanders re ifl sented this and under threats of vio lence made the preacher promise to i i retract This he did on the next Sun i day by saying that he wished to amend tli1 hlsttateraent of tf week before what t should have said be concltide was z tttUi see before me eleven chlckeu j c i 25 i1 p 4 z t 1t I ed from me she rode as before she affected to ignore my presence I caught my horse feeding by the road side a furlong forward and mounted and fell into place behind the two as In the morning And just as we had plodded on then in silence we plodded on now while I wondered at the unfathomable ways of women and knowing hat I hall bore myself well marveled flint she could take part In such at Incident nnd remain mi changed Sl Yet It bad made a change III tier Though her mask screened her well It could not hlallldroopedwere rhljInold hatred of me were now added shame and vexation shame that sill had so lowered herself even to save her brother vexation that defeat hud been her only reward Of this saw a sign at Lectoure where tlio Inn had but one common room anti Wo tuust all dine In com pany I secured for them a table by the ire anti leaving them standing by it retired myself to a smaller one near the door There were no oilier guests and IliU made the separation between us morn marked iile Co iheforet Kcemod lo feel this lie shrugged his shoulders and looked at me with a smile half sail half roniicnl But mademoiselle was implacable She had taken off her mask and her lace was like stone Once only one during the meal I saw n chango conic over her She colored I suppose at her thoughts until her fare flamed from brow to chin I watched the blush spread and spread and then she slowly aud proudly turned tier shoulder to me and looked through the window at the shabby street KiippONn that she and her brother had both built on this attempt which must have been arranged at Aunh For when wn went on In the after noon I wiw a more marked change They rodo now like people resigned to the worst The gray realities of the brothers position the dreary hopeless future began to hang like a mist tie fore their eyes began to tinge tho landscape with sadness robbed even the sunset of its colors Wllli cnrh hour their spirits flagged nail their speech became less frequent until presently when the light was nearly gone and the dusk was round us the brother anti sister rode hand hI hand silent gloomy one at least of them weeping The cold shadow of the cardinal of Paris of the scaffold was beginning to make Itself felt was beginning to chill them As the moun ama which they had known oil their lives sank and faded behind us anti we entered on the wide low valley of the Garonne their hopes sank aud faded alsosank to the deadlevel of despair Surrounded by guards a mark for curious glances with pride for a com panion M do Cocbeforet could doubtless have borne himself bravely doubtless hn would bear himself brave ly still when the end came But almost alone moving forward through the gray evening to a prison with so many measured days before him and not h lug to exhilarate or anger In this condition It was little wonder If lie felt and betrayed that he felt the blood run slow in lila veins if be thought more of the weeping wife and ruined home which he left behind him than ot the cause in which he bad spent himself nut God knows they had no monopoly of gloom I felt almost as sad myself Long before sunset the flush of triumph the heat of the battle which had warmed my heart at noon were gone giving place to a chili dis stisfaction a nausea a despondency such as I have known follow a long night at the tables Hitherto there had been difficulties to be overcome risks to he run doubts about the end Now the end was certain and very near vo near that It filled all the prospect One hour of triumph might still have I hugged the thought of it as n gambler hugs his last stake planned the placcand time and mode and tried to occupy myself wholly with it But the price Alas that would intrude too and more as the evening waned so that as I passed this or that thing on the road which I could recall passing on my journey soth with thoughts so different wRit plain that now seemed so very very oldInaked myself grimly If this were really I if Ibis were Gil de Berault known as Batons premier Joueur or some Don Qulcbolte front Castile tilting at wind mills arid taking barbers howls for gold Wn reached Agen very late In the evening after groping through a by way near the river set with boles and willowstools and frogspawnsa place no better than u slough After It the great fire and the tights at the Blue Maul seemed like a glimpse of a new world anti In a twinkling put some thing of life and spirits Into two at least of us There asQueeftolli round tbo hearth bete of doings in Paris Jt a stir against the cardinal with the Queenmother at bottom and of grounded expectations that some thing might jbls time come of It nut the landlord poohpoohed the Idea and I more than agreed with him Even M de Cocheforet who was for a moment inclined to build on it gave up hope when he beard that U came only byway of Montauban whence since its reduction the year before all sorts of canards against the cardinal were al ways on the wing montbIfor him sometimes Cesar Monsieur the Duke of Vendome you understand Tand sometimes the Queenmother But since M de Cbalala and the mar shal made a mess of it and paid forfeit I pin my faith to His Eminencethat- Is his new title they tell me Things are quiet round here I asked LanguedocIhe answered Mademoiselle had retired on our ar rival so that her brother and I were for an hour or two thrown together I left him at liberty to separate himself If he pleased but he did not use the opportunity A kind ot comradeship rendered piquant by our peculiar relations had begun to spring UP be tween us He seemed to take pleasure In my company more than once ral thieves not including William San ders The Georgia Grind Cot Anstruther was distressed His St Louis host bad asserted that Missouri was ths of America for the production of watermelons Be ing a Georgian Col Anstfuther could not allow such a statement to pass uncorrected Suh be 1 altned Trodf of the abundance of watermelons lies in the facility foh eatlnc them Can you uow Ft 1 4 Go y I r ln LlII l lied me on my post of Jailer would ask humorously if be might do this or that and once even luqulrcd what I should do if lie broke his parole Or take It this way be continued flippantly Suppose I had struck you in the back this evening In that cursed swamp by the river iIile Beraiilt What then Pardlen I am astonished at myself that I did not do it could have been in Montauban withli thours and found 5u hiding plaofcs anti no one the wiser Except your sister I saul quietly He laughed and shrugged his slioul tiers Yes be saul am ufrajd I must have put her out of the way too 10 preserve my selfrospcc You an IriSh And on that be tell Into u rwjat me with a kind of frank perplexity that Invited question What is if said duels You have fought a great mmiy Yes said Did you never strike a foul blow In onp of tlitmT Never Why do you ask VIIt wanted to confirm an Im prll sinn Im said To he frank M d Ilernuli seem to see in you two men Two men Y es two men he answered One lie man who captured mo the other the man who let my friend KO fri to day It surprised you that I let him 01 That was prudence M dn Cocheforet replied nothing mote I am an old gambler I know when the stakes 8r41 loo high for me The man who caught a lion in his wolfpit had no great catchNo that is true he answered smiling And yeti find two men In your skin I ilaro say that there arc two in most mens skins I answered with a sigh hut not always together Sometimes one is there and sometimes thin other How does the one like taking up the others work he asked keenly I shrugged my shoulders That li ns may be I said You do not takn an estate without debts Hi did not answer for a moment and I fancied that his thoughts bad re verted to bis own case But on a situ den he looked at me again Will you answer me a question Mtie BeraultT he said with a winning snillo Perhaps I said Then tlImelt is a tale that Is I am sure worth the telling What vi it that in a very evil hour for mo sent vou In search of me The cardinal answered did not ask who he replied dryly asked what Yoi had no grudge against meT knowledge of me what on earth induced you to do Iq Heavens man he con tinued bluntly using and spcakln with greater freedom than he lied be fore used nature never intended you for a tipstaff What was it then- I rose too It was very late and the room was empty the tIre low I will tell youtomorrow saul I shall have something to say to you then of which that will be part He looked at tnu in great astonishment with a little suspicion too But I put rim off and tailed for a light and by going at once to bed cut short his questions Tbiisf who Know the great south u WHAT IS IT road to Agen and how the vineyards rise in terraces north of the town one level of red earth above another green III summer but III late autumn bare and stony will remember a particular place where the road two leagues from the town runs up a long bill At the top of the hilt four ways meet and there plain to be seen against the sky lit a fingerpost Indicating which way leads to Bordeaux and which to Mon tauban and which to Perlgueux This bill bad Impressed me on my journey down perhaps because I had from it my first view of the Garonne valley and there felt myself on the verge of the south country where my mission lay It bad taken root in my memory I had come to look upon its bare bleak brow with the fingerpost and the four roads as the first outpost of Paris as the first sign of return to the old life NOW for two days I had been looking forward to seeing it again That long sjretch of road would do admirably for something I had in my mind That signpost with the roads pointing north south east and west could there be a better place for meetings and partings We came to the bottom of the ascent about an hour before noonM do Cocheforet mademoiselle and I We had reversed the order ot yesterday and I rode ahead They came after me at their leisure At the foot or the bill however I stopped and letting mademoiselle pass on detained M de Coch roret by a gesture Pardon me one moment I said I want to ask a favorHe at me somewhat fretfully with a glean of wildness In his eyes that betrayed how the Iron was eating Into his heart He had started after breakfast as gaily as a bridegroom but gradually be had sunk below him self and now he had much ado to curb his Impatience The bonhomie of last night was quite gone Of mo lIe said What Is It To Be Continued I me sub a man In Missouri who has yet acquired the equivalent of the Geo gin Grind The Georgia Grind demanded the Missourian What Is that The Geogia Grind sub Is the abil ity to teed a continuous and unbroken Iln8 of watebmelon into one side of the mouth while emitting a continuous and unbroken line of seeds situ fom the otbe side The mere development ot that aM sub Is proof beyond douwt that Geogia raised the most watehwel oivs sah Youthe Companion I J 1 f I T V g = v i THE WHITE PAINT OF THE WHITE HOUSE The White House at Washington which has been the Kings Palace of the American People since it was first occupied by President Madison in 1809 has recently undergone a thorough course of remodelling renovation and repair Every American citizen is owner of an undivided eighty or eightyfive millionth part of the White House as well as of the other Public Buildings and Monuments iu the Capitol City An Item In the renovation of the remodelled White House was repainting Every visitor to Washington knows why the White House Is so called because it is lit erally a white house Tho exterior paint must therefore be white Now while the pure white surfaces and aim Ille lines of the White House set in tIe midst of green lawns and beauti ful trees produce a very satisfying onYct of dignified simplicity white paint from a practical point of view is about the most unsatisfactory kind of paint that could have been selected by the original designers First be causu any white paint Js easily dis colored by smoke anil dust and second because ordinary white paint itself gradually turns gray or brown ish yellow from exposure lInt white the White House is and white it must remain or it would no longer be the White House So the renovators making the best of a dis couraging situation sought for the best kind of white paint procurable The average citizen If asked to guess what kind of paint they finally decid ed on would probably answer white lead anti oil but he would guess wrongly The paint selected as the best obtainable was a ready mixed paint such as can bo bought in any well furnished village store such as is used by more than half of the eighty or eightyfive million owners of the White House on their own homes That one brand of mixed paint was used instead of another Is a mere accidental detail there are fifty or a hundred brands on the market that might have been selected in other crcumstances anti In fact a different brand was used In paint- Ing the Capitol Every property owner therefore who paints his house with a high grade readymixed paint is following the example set by the Government Authorities at Washington who used readymixed paint because they could find nothing else as good- TELEPHONE TIDINGS Liverpool has tried and abandoned t pennyintheslot telephone service London with three times as big a population as New York has only two thirds the number of telephones namely 8UOOO Tim first long distanco telephone cable in this country was that between Liverpool and Manchester It was opened in 1880 Wireless telephony has been Invent ed by Mr Thomas Gladwell of New port Mont who claims to have bail successful results up to a distance ot ten miles The longest telephone circuit In the world Is that between New York and Chicago It Is 950 miles long Thr longest in Europe connects Londor with Marseilles these places belt 550 miles apart It is now possible to ring up the nearest railway station from u movl train and to telephone vhrthe station to any subscriber An experiment was conducted successfully on the High land railway Struck by Lightning Mrs Nancy Cleary of Brewers N C suffered as if struck by lightning She says I was almost paralyze from my waist down anti my back hurt me constantly from female trout bles I had headache seemed aiWa tired and felt as if I was dying I took Wine of Cardul which cured me sac now I feel like a new person Car un relieves periodical pain and makes sIck women well f110 at drug stores PERSONAL FABTICTJLAKS Rev Edward Everett Hale of Bos ton attributes his excellent health at the age of 84 to the serenity with which he takes life He sleeps nine hours every night John U Rockefeller Is to live for two months of the year at Pasadena Cal He purchased Carmellta tho magnificent home where Helen Hunt Jackson wrote Ramona Mrs Virginia E Bland widow or Silver Dick Bland has become ono of the most successful agriculturists and horticulturists In the country at her place in Lebanon Mo Theodore A Cook brother of pf Frederick A Cook of Brooklyn building three motor cars at his hir In Calllcoon N Y for the use of tfc south pole expedition which Is c Start in 1907 Miss Esther Whitman the strongest woman in New York has married Herman Hyams a Harlem real estate man whom she rescued from drowu lag three years ago She Is an c it pert swimmer and can lift a dead weight of 600 pounds Dr Frldjof Nansen the arctic explorer wuo has been appointed Nor wegian ambassador to Great Briton is a firm believer in womans rlgh i He and his wife are almost equa ly proficient in all that relates to athlet- Ics and the strenuous life Apart from his fame as an explorer Dr Nansen is well known as a writer on scientific toplca REPAIRING BRAIN A Certain Way by Food Every minister lawyer Journalist physician author or business man IE forced under pressure of modern con ditions to the active and sometimes overactive use of the brain outbyitlaeparaUng seteachesmust be Introduced Into the body anew each day If we would replace the loss and rebuild the brain tissue We know tnat the phosphate of certainOtldgralus anS1erto ILTherented through food directly frcn na tures laboratory otInany brain worker can prove thoaje bynaklagor two weeks Sold by grocer emery quantitesManufactnrecj Ik Cre fJf Micb T j a j 1 JiA r IL uw fA ttu4T f f l t FOOLtfc BY MAINE INDIAN WouldBe Purchasers of Sliver Gray Fox imposed Upon by Bed Nan It ist 11 take to suppose that tho noble re n of the Maine reservation Is tilt guile said Darius Hunt ag T a New Jersey game as sociation jtjH rts the New York Sun The new mitan may be less savage than his Itt tors but modern educa tion has n ted him a whole lot I am In Mali now for the purpose ot learning can collect money damages frou Indian anti unless I can JIsecure sr financial recompense I am contemi latfii ssesslllg damages from his person tryIngto ho plnctMl in the park of our association and letting them become fruit ful and replenish the woods with ani mals ng 300 overcoats After talking wlVh two or three breeders of foxes anti learning I could buy nothing I wanted or less titan 5900 or JlOCO I met this Indian at a sporting ramp and was Inforlmed by him that he had two silver grays at home a male anti a fe male which he hall dug from a hole last spring As hs price was 300 for the pair I bought three young anti healthy foxes two gn ys and one red all from the same Utter The two gray foxes were put In a special yard in the middle of our iark and given every attention Thy ron became tame so they wouM cIIie up and take mice and fish troT th ands of the attendants I wat onr titillating myself upon the gee ain I had made and was tl niir i if offering the Indian 100 as conic j money when a great rain c m n rid the next time I looked at lay foxes they were of a dirty yellow color A week later they had changed to red which Is their natural hue t Inatead of paying more money to the Indian I came down here to Invest l ate and have learned tat he haa youngfoxtand en selling them for breeding pu is to owners of preserves and pt k His method is to buy from a- de o 20 red pups every summer p about 1GO apiece for them ad Nen to wash them In strong de maplebarkssetting the color by rinsing In copperas waterFor the first two weeks the color lag bleaches the red from the fur yellowlshgrnylliiw disappears and the gray becomes jior pronounced so at the end of two graysiri as the fur is wetted have the names of more than 20 nu n who have been fooled In this way arid propose to take the cases Into court and learn If I can gain redress Or course It Is out of the question to collect any money from an Indian but Ittegalnough to give him time to think over hi sins Matrimonial Handcuffs This is an Australian phrase We read in the Sydney Bulletin that ono of the most popular men in this state is announced to put on the matrimonial handcuffs Mr Reggie Allen Is engaged to Miss Muriel Grnbb He keeps a racing stud and can give the world the easymoney gaze Misunderstood Him Papa what Is natural gas If there Is such a thing as that in existence Johnny it is known as congress Why how could that be papa They dont bore In the ground for conO I thought you said national gasChicago Tribune IADrawback The trouble with a good many people who hope for the best is that they are always ready to believe the worst Wrongly Reported Tommy Wrott Did you tell a friend of mine the other day that I was the biggest fool in town Lotta Guph Never All I said was that you were the biggest fool for the oportunltles youd had Chicago Trio mine An Armistice Your son says he never lets his work worry him Thats right anti he never wor ties it he lets It severely alone Houston Post IDogShearing Motor recentlIa perambulating motor for shearing dogs The engine Is two and onehalf horse power and can shear six dogs an hour There is little doubt that before long this means of clipping will be generally adopted He Is Numerous The man who unexpectedly gets two dollars and celebrates by spending Ova dollars lives In your neighborhoodalso In your neighbors neighborhood r MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati May CATTUvFalr to good S f M Heavy steers 6 W If 3- oCAIVESEXUU IS ISHOGSChoice packers 6 50 Mixed lackers ti SHEEP Extra 7- 5LAMIJSChipped extra 5 5 6 5- 0FLOURSpring patent 4 50 t 485 WHEAT No 2 red sJZCORNNo 2 mixed 5 OATSNO 2 mixed ti 5J4 RYENO 2 choice t w BAULEY No 2 spring 85 HAYCholce timothy 1500 POHKCIear mess 1660 il6 75 820 W 8 fttLBUTTEnChplceChoice creamery APPLESChoice per bbl 4 50 ft 6 50 VOTATOESPer bush 60 tt 65 TOBACCONew S ails 75 Old 4 60 614 CHICAGO FLOUR Winter patent 3 tV 3 tO WHtiATNo 2 red 864fJ SJ- 3NoSred 75 f 82 CORNNo mixed OATSN mixed 32 IlYE No 2 choice y iv 5- 8PORKMess prime 150 tjl5 25 LARDPrime steam W S 32i NEW YORK Winter 3 30 kt 4 25 7eOATSNo 2 mIxed 37 1 nYE western mIxed 7 PORKMO prime 17S 5417 75 LARDPrIme steam 4f 8 BALTIMORE WHEATNO 2 red g CORNNo 2 mixed g CATTLESteers ti515- HOQS Good to choice 7 00 01S LOUISVILLE WHEATNO 2 red o 56 CORNNO 3 white tI 9 OATBNo 3 mixed 34 41 PORKMess prime hJ3 ro LARD Prime steam 0175 INDIANAPOLIS CATTLE Prime steers 5 25 O 5 73 HOGS Good to choice 35 ft 6 65 fmJIWl t svcdc t W ij S I 4i t 1 UNITED STATES SENATOR CAROLVtAI ExSenator M C Butler a Dyspepsia Is Often Caused By Catarrh of the Stomach Feruna R linn Ca tarrhathe Stomach and Is Therefore a Remedy for Dysfefsia VS Sentt D C writes a to tho Peruna Medicine- Co as follows I I CliO recommend Peruna for dyspepsia and stomach trouble I have been using your medicine for I a short period and I eel very much i relieved It Is Indeed a wonderful medicine besides a good tonic s tu SUt UI I lU- sC ATARUH of the stomach is the cor rect name for most cases of dyspepsia Jn order to cure catarrh of the stomach the catarrh must be eradicated Only an internal catarrh remedy such as Peruna is available Peruna exactly meets the indications Revised Formula For a number of years requests have come to me from a multitude of grateful friends urging that Peruna be given a slight laxative quality I have been experimenting with a laxa tive addition for quite a length of time and now feel gratified to announce to tho friends of Peruna that I have incorporated such a quality In the medicine which In my opinion can only enhance its wellknown bene ficial characterS B HARTMAN M D ML IN THE PRONUNCIATION A Correction That Failed to Correct and Called Forth Comment Incorrect Capt William Ellinger the noted ster grower of Chesapcakp bay said re cently wayOystersnot planted in the tight manner and they are not gathered m the right manner The government must soon ibtep in antI give us a change or eventually there will be no oysters left Things are Ml all they areas wroa an the English with the letter h Once in dined with an English farmer Wehad ham for dinner it very delicious The farmers son soon finished hU portion and gainMore he said The farmer frowned Dont say am son he said say- am I did say am the lad protested in an injured tone You said tried the father fiercely Ams what is should be om not am In the midst of the squabble the farm ers wife turned to inc with a little deprecatory laugh anti said They both think theyre saying am WORST CASE OF ECZEMA Spread Rapidly Over BodyLimbs and Arms Had to Be Bandaged Marvelous Cure by Cuticura yearsofgan to have eczema on his face qUite rapitily until ht was nearheoveroo o the doctors us and helpehimthing terrible anti the doctors said it AttlillesecIall but his feet1 had to bandage justdrcalfulA friend teased me to try Cuticura and I began to use all three of the Cuti cura RemeJes Ue was better in two months and in fix months ne was well Oct2iThe Effect questionIt has already had an effect answered Senator Sorghum You have caused two or more questions to where there was but one befora Washington Star Dont Get Footsore Get ootEase A wonderful powder that cures tired hot aching feet and makes new or tiht shoes easy Ask toda for Allens FootEase Accept no substitute Trial package FREE Address A S Olmsted Le Roy Y The Toston Way Hicks Shell from Boston isnt she Wicks I cant tell She hasnt had casion to pronounce the word either Shes not from Boston then If she were shed have found the occasion long aeo 1hiladclpbia Ledger The More the Merrier ladyagoldStout hopeThe Tattler bloodcleanlCs The trouble with the dead beat is that he is so very much alive AN EVERYDAY STRUGGLE Men and Women of Every Occupation Suffer Miseries from Kidney Complaint J C LSghtuer 703 South Cedar St Abilene Kansas is one of the thousands who suffer from kidney troubles brought on by daily work I first noticed it eight or un years ago said Mr Lightner the dull pain in the back fairly made me sick It was hard to get up or down hard to straighten hard to do any work that brought a strain on the back I had frequent attacks of gravel and the urine was passed too often and with pain When I used Doans Kidney Pills however all traces of the trouble disappeared and have not returned I am certainly grateful Itf Sold by all dealers 50 cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo NV ilN f I r t I V 4- f Q CAME WELL RECOMMENDED He Was Not Like Some New and Un tried Feller Among the Girls The buxom maid had been hinting that she did not think much of working out nightlyman caused her mistress much MagazineMartha are thinking of getting married blushingNotlatelyYcsm Hut you have known him only a few daysThree weeks come Thursday correct ed MarthaDo think that is long enough to ImportllntWell answered Martha with spirit taint a if he was some new feller lies girlIwhile Torture of Women It was a terrible torture that Mrs Bertie McFarland of Kings Mountain N C describes as follows I suffered dreadful periodical pain and be came so weak I was given up to die when my husband got me Wine of Cardul The first dose gave relief and with 3 bottles I am up doing my work I cannot say enough in praise of Car dul A wonderful remedy for wom ens ills At druggists 100 Shocking The young men returning to college gooddealWhat do you call them a traveler asked wearily Wedontways call them returned empties S NervousDiseasesGreat Nerve Restorer Send for Free 200 KlineLeIDe man dat never thinks doutthinktroubleinSend to Garfield Tea Co Brooklyn N theherbSpeaking of untried experiences There is that for some p ople that an enjoyable evening may be spent with out saying a word against anybody rulethatply Century When you have honey from the rod you will not want glucose from flat tererx delightinS April showers also forth borr wed umbrellas Indianapolis News S Garfield Tea cures sickheadache bilious attacks liver trouble and constipation thoseho S Strong and Stand Reloading Always THE GOVERNMENT gives FREB every settler One SixtyAcresof era Canada Land adjoining this can be purchased from railway and land tom per acre On has been up of wheat to the acre It grazinflandand mixed on the continent taxes railways conven tent close at hand Century Canada andlow TENDBNT OP luu Canadian Agents LI M Building Toledo O Aid to Health tttIAntiseptic the teeth purifies mouth and breath cures nasal catarrh sore throat sore eyes and bydirect application cures all inflamed ulcerated and byfeminine extraordinarycleansing cidal qualities unlike anything else all druggists 50 cents LARGE TRIAL PACKAGE TREE The R Paxton Co Boston Mas CRAYS SWEET PCWOERS FOR CHiLDREN FeverishneSsConaUpatinu TeethingHi E1iOiSure d dreni Rom8DlPIe mailed FRKK Address KcwyorkCJtjA8 OLM8TED La Roy NY PATENTS in 11th Sewuha to Send for lay tor aprlmerand ciaEatabitIied mit PENSIONSriiiihu as Chicago cicrcliniu IPclrolu IH I tp I cc KIDNEY TROUBLES TIncreasng Rmoig Women Bit Sufferers Need Not Despair j BEST ADVICE IS fREE r illilthea disease is the most fatal and statistics showthatthlsdlseaselsofltheiflcreaseamong mayeP4 AUnless early and correct treatment is applied the patient seldom survives when once the disease is fastened upon f her We believe Lydia E PinkhamS Vegetable Compound is the most effi Ii 4troublesicine especially prepared for tM woman is troubled with p r or weight in loins backache frequent painful or scalding swelling of limbs or feet swelling under the eyes an uneasy tired feeling in the region of the kidneys or notices a sediment in the urine she should lose no time in commencing treatment with Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound as it may be the means ot saving her life For proof read what Lydia E Pink hams VegetableCompound did for Mrs Sawyer I cannot express the terrible suffering T had to endure A derangement the fernJo organs developed nervous prostration and a serious kidney trouble The doctor attended me for a year but I kept getting worse until 4myto try Lydia E Pinkhams Corn pound as a last resort and I am todayawell woman I cannot praise ittoo highly and I tell every suffering woman about my case Mrs Emma Sawyer Conyers Ga Mrs Pinkham gives free advice to women address in confidence Lynn Mass iL A PositiveCURE Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Rsliefat Once It cleanses uoothea heals and protects the diseased mem brane It cures Catarrh and drives CATARRH I 11LaategistsorbymailTrlalsizelOctsbymajl SlreetNewYork Y A N KE 1906 19 2125 jf 1Ofh Shoot Evenly Are Sure Fire t Will They Get The Gane For Sals Everywhere absolutely cxvToilet produced for Whitens MOTHER 7TA9 urination WINCHE1TER fliLAiKLoaded WIL DOUCLAS- w L Douglas 4OOCiitEdgoi me cannot be equalled at anyprlc WVL IN TIlE WIIRLR 1OOoo fTA5jJJLYeia1 IfS3sOssfQEsrffNyorgjj to F dIcyathitittmnt 4V IIhicould take you Into HIT three larro tactortMat Brockton Mass and show the InUnK care with which every patrol shoes tnJc you would realize L Douglas SJSO ihoM shapslit tIntrinsic value than any 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tliirtyftve 1 If fut oS cents 1 T THURSDAY MAY U 1001 LlheRuofian prr t G a polls le death is greatly exaggera r ted Y 4 4iThelinilway Kate bill in the Uni s ted States Senate will come to a vote soon Its passage seems fair ly us urcd f p J Political gos iphaR it that Ji Blackburn and Judge Ed CORen1 t rWHbe aspirants to tha Gube nomination of their res t pective parties A TRET are talking third term non a4 tFense in regard to Roosevelt If s the nation cant do witbuut any President for a third term it is too b fni gone for salvation f Tnc country is still safe The 1 United States House of Represent ative has voted to continue the a free distribution of seeds to con lituent in the spring SOME of the big trusts are now kicking themselves hard for sup porting Roosevelt fur the Presi a dency notably the Standard Oil 4 SleatSugar nnd Tobncco combines I 4 Br order of Mayor Combs the lid has been put on of Sundays tighter titan it ever wag before in J i c Lexington There will be a murk vd decrease in Sunday visitors to 4hat city 4g If IB reported that United State c e y Senator lhlleyof Texan has re fused the offer of a New York bus men firm of fifty thousand dollars e legal counsel preferring the pro i j fession of politics and Btateeman rc tlhlp8nwe will say Just like an impractical Southern wan THE geologists in Californii 4 hue discovered that a mountain irange nn of San Francisco has I j plit along the crest and they at s tribute the destructive earthquake- 40 the slipping of the western poe ition of aflblnto the Pacific ocean ahal iat good as another theory tt itt THE Steel Trust absolutely ob 4 jets to the removal of the tariff on J vlrurtural iron and steel for use in tp rebuilding San Francisco It would h 14 tie a dangerous object lesson for tct t i consumer would realize the vast price they pay fur protection to 4hoK products and might conclude St to oiake free trade in them pernia i iienL I THE State prison ComraifslonerE have tide a contract with the 4 Frankfort Shoe Manufacturing GOJ to furnish the labor of 650 con I ylcts for one year for 85 cents pert jt day fur each prisoner The high 1 fit previous price received by the at5 tat or cohvict labortm contract t bail been 45 cents per day It II ald that Itwihl Incressa the States I a 2nCoe from that source about 90 7 ooo year It ia certainly a rerybIgh price for convictjabor 55 CouHiMioxiiB GARFIELD in his 4 report of the aaisdeed of the stand ard Oil Co Bade an infinitely bet p q ter effort than in his Beef Trust 2Lb report President Roosevelt meet 1b1 faEetoCoDgre In regard to Gur 3 i ields report is the great sensation f the times He handle Stand d rd OH roughly in the extreme undhi message hag the most en 4 thusUitic approval of the Demo- icreratI as well as the Republicans c 4I who are not bound up with the cor jpora lejaterest j i f CORRESPONDENCE r t Forge Hill IL NWilli sjiofBreatlitt coun ty1s visiting his parents here i t Charles Dawson and wlfeMay ZK sonEspio James Mr and eorgo Barnabyof Okxspent Sunday with the fami ly of CHVrle Dawsoii- ToffilUirirngHF moved last week froBB Mr Jeanie Mjers farm t HeR Wright place hear Sharps r burg where he is cropping this eao v Mr S C Moore little dangh itrLvdlle Bd Miw Huttie Whit J JLIagtoii epeat Wednesday of last f 4 week with the favily of G B JofeHSOB near Sharpuburg t Odessa J 5e H Ann Truaabo in no better r1fLucy Vanlandingham is no tj Corn planting ioontiderably da rc t Jajed by laek ufjaoliture in the grounfi L Licking river ust haveXbeen tiu1dsta sweat itch waipuetiid g Saturday and SundayJtA deep bhesrng e uH i rte at 25 and 30o per pound Mivlh order of the day list week li 4iteBpflnaldsoB and wifeof near i A 4HHirp bHrg were guests of Dallas i Gi4gell and wife Saturday night jULHMayS i yljo Kerti 5g Mi 4Eme Reeves BJted the iat ters father at Days lpHl 4 irlay night and Sunday nncmsWnfliel thetn w t v M1 1 1bf l yr ft t Crooks There is but little corn planted hero yet J L Rellitt went to Suit Lick on business Saturday Mart Jnckson and wife visited on Peeled Ouk Saturday Randolph Nixon went to Ash land Saturday on business We had a good rain Sunday It raised the creeks Krill brunches Torn Sntterfield and son visited relatives at Midland City last Sunday Sum Lnthnitn bought n fat hog of Will Nixon here Saturday for Iai D TUlles ie erecting dwell ing IIOUPCS on the lot ho bought here jact year Upper Prickly Ash T J Peters and VlfIlf Hethel visited D flSlirout lunt week C S Ritlliff and wifenf Owings yule visited at Daniel Harpers SundayFrank CraigIf Menifcc county visited Thus lnri riit ii the first of the week Mrs Tho Stone of Owingcville is visiting tier parents F F Tuck tt and wife Miss Iva Oakley of Roes Run visIted Mlsfca Belle nd Eva Ilorsu wan Sunday Occar Chaniller and wife of Roy nnldtiville were puestp of Riley Chandlar and family last week Daniel Harper fell Friday morn ing and dislocated his shoulder Dr Gudgell set it and now he is doing nicely Salt Lick Miss Nora English is at Garter City on a visit Miss Sallie Cundiff has gone to Morehead to stay Dr Brown nnd wife have taken rooms at Hotel Jnck ou Press Jackson ws in OUvi Hill Saturday on nluVinl jn iinS Dont forget the 1rntraciedthesE hog to begin at ChrNtinn hurcl Thursday night Slny 10 Mrs Jesse Steel is able tu wnlk about in her room This is grail fying news to her friends The Hath County S S conven lion will convene here Saturday May 19 Good time expected Work hR begun tin C 0swItch which runs from the worth side of the depot east to main trnck in front of H O James house Bethel Ben Snelling was in Owingsville Monday E G Hazelrigg was ut upper Blue Lick Monday W R Peter Jr was at upper Blue Lick Springs Thursday Uncle Billy Vanarstlala id suffer- Ing with Something like pleurisy C M Ratliff is getting the rock and lumber fur repairing his house John English of Mt Sterling Was visiting friends here Saturday Mrs Sanford Rnmey and Mrs Ruth Ratlitf were in Carlisle Sat grrtnyiFarmersare wishing for rain to llri ten the ground so they cnn get their ground ready toplunt corn Shelt Myers und daughter Tol Fle Arrai mith Mason Pren nnd Geo RHwlings Mrs Walter ilunk ins and Mrs Peck Finch attended the basket meeting at Bald Eugle Sunday Cave Run lIt rains two and three times u wee W McKinney visited relative at Berea last week Mrs W S McKinney of Moores Ferry visited relatives here last week Mrs Chas Adams left a few day ago to join her husband at Portsmouth O- Guess youre hungry Bingo but just be patient that cakes a sure thing Mrs S C Kearns returned home last week after a several weeks visit to friends and relatives at Barbourville I4 little child of James O Shank died Saturday of consumption and was buried at the Licking Union burying ground- Rev W R Hunt who had been visiting friends and relatives here several day returned to his home at Berea Tuesday okla Rain Is needed here badly Bra B SJone remains poorly- A great many have quit planting corn on account of drouth Miss Lena Hazelrigg was the guest of Z T Grain Saturday and SundayOscar Vice of Fleming ounty ii the guest of his uncle Nace Vice and family The meeting closed here Wednes day evening two joined and three went back into the church Misses Sarah and Ivy Riddle of near Odessa Visited Aliases Carrie Vice Sunday and attended services hereAlbert Vice went Saturday to set his cousin Mrs Geo Trumho of upper White Oak who ii not exIluctod to lIve f Married May 3in the afternoon t the home of the bride Miss Ef Ie L Boyd and Thos Sbrr ll The bride is the youngest daughter of Ciepben Boyd and wife and is a cnutlfnl youns lady The grooms iho youngest son of John Sor cell LJe Is an industrious young farmer and has roany friends AI- leD Gorrelf and Miss Lela Barnett were the ntteiidants Elder Henry Martin ofllciaftd An elegant re ceptiou was given ttblhuID6 if the groom Cungratulalions are extended to M Sq trail nndwjfe j- J ctf1 r f 0 e c 1111cWUU7 l Springfield Mrs C E Smutheri is visiting III Carlisle Mrs J LaM Barclay was In Mt Sterling Saturday Springfieldoclock W A floyd wife and sot of neighborhood Sharpsburp Partners about Info planting corn Tobacco beds are looking well con aiderini tho lute siufion Mrs Giilnesof Mt Storlintr is tho guest of U n Jittery and wife Newport1Iilcd weekMIsas Rnnda and Dorothy Flem iliKof Carlisle visited Miss Annie llromageiu from Friday until Sun lily W A Boyd and Robt Boyd ute tended thus banquet givon by the A O O lodge at Mt Sterling Frl Juy night H his boro John A Clark was in Salt Lick SundayRev Cooper of Helena preached Itt the M E Church Sunday night George SourUy left Monday to attend Robinsons show at Mays IlItUiueRlce S R McRoberts and lien Hawkins wore in Morehead Monday The stile of James Shepherd was well attended and things sold reas onably well Saturday Charley Nenlis found on the farm of O B Graham near Sunset a den of eight young wolves Misses Ethel Mark well and Em ma Davis visited relatives at Grange City Saturday and Sunday Miss Lola Hunter of Goddard visited her aunt Mrs John Clark from Saturday until Monday The GrAder School election nt Poplar Plains Saturday WitS defeat ed bv a tunjority of nine votes Thomas Raymond larry Davis At T Boyd Elijah CanipbellCliae Pivne and little son Jason Thou r ylir John and Churley Busby and Hurvey Wilson left Sunday Iii attend Robinsons show at Mays yule Grange City Richard and M P Price were in MaygvTlle Monday Lemmie Harmon of Tilton was a caller at this place Sunday after noon MiB Atnes Snedegar visited rc III lives iind friends Saturday and Sunday Miss Nellie Myers of Wyoming visited Miss Maude KUsick Sutur day atd Sunday Miss Bertha Roype of Wyoming visited her mother Mrs Rogannah Royse Saturday and Sunday Master Carlus Milton Gardener of Hlllsboro visited his grandpur ento M Newman end wife last wtck Mr inkling of Lexington fill ed hi tpp intmenc here Saturday night Sunday morning and night Our proricted meeting was an nounced ir July Mie Ihiel Mnrkwcll and Mor ton Dn it Hillboro were the guests Misses Ella Graham Blanin Newman and Fannie Col liver rurdoy and Sunday Ri button visited his ilntighj tee Mr Julia Waller near Helena Mr Valler and daughter Mary Bib ccame SUndAY to spend aev ert dnys with relatives arid friends Stepstone Mrs Rich Garrett Jr and child ren spent Sunday with CrW Tur Icy and family Frank Brown started out his huckster wagon Monday morning for the first trip Mrs Asa M Crouch and children spent Sunday with her father A J Garrett and family lMrs Frank Brown had 5 hens to hlschout 70 chicks so fur there has not been a chick lost or died Mrs E A Flynn of Mt Ster ling pent several days last week with her mother Mrs Mary Park er and family Mrs Boone Nickle Mrs Mart Wells and families of Spencer spent Sunday with their sister Mrs Susan Jones and family here Corn is selling at 13 per bbl here in the crib but as Stepstone never has failed to have corn to sell in the spring so there is now plenty of old corn and some of it for sale There was a large crowd at Corinth Church Sunday afternoon to hear Rev Hobb but this rever ed gentlemanfailfdtp show up Hnd the congregation had to go howe not feeling so pleasantly Mrs Robert Donaldson and sun John spent several days last week near Spencer at the bedside of her granddaughter who wee very bad witn typhoid fever but at last re ports the child was some better We are sorry to say that L O Payne ie not improving as fast as tho doctor and big friends were in hopes be would but think that he Is some better and hope when sumImer comes be will improve very FastJohn Donaldsons child is on thec sick list at present Tiie rest of our sick most of it measles are jetting along some nicely and the rest slowly Mrs T J Alexander being about the worst her com plaint being rheumatism Well wa bad some rain sincoou last but not near enough to help l thIngs as they should be Genesis not near as good as lust year at this time oats are not doing tiny pod and clover is not coming upI near as well as it should Sunday and Monday of this week there was frost in plenty on low grounds The Outlook and Weekly Commercial Gazette one tea fro 140 f h J c L- f i IJJ J l Slafta Valley We aro still needing rain Mrs A K CoVyle is poorly Mrs Dee Rudder ant buby visited her Sunday t Grasp is nhprt anal the meadows will be n failure There is a pros pect for an ap jle crop Sam Shultz fold a 6u klln mule colt to Banks GoodpitRter for 85 to he delivered next October Mrs Melissa SncdegaY land Mist Lillian 5hruutJuC neur Owingsvill t visited Shrout nelt- rMllurs lerrrJ Saturday lIight uiit sunday Willie Manlfey wife and three children Put ryund little daugh ter Sndie till It near Bethel wore quests of the Luuuhlyof Win Toy Saturday nighr and Sunday Oympia Lum Northcit of Falmouth IsI visiting Dr Chfrk this week Charlie Fowler came home from the mill Thursday very sick Mrs Lena Jnik nn is visiting rs latives ut Lexington this week JollKellytnd J L Gray went to West Virginia Mtnday to work Felix Clark and wifn visited their daughter Mrs Clarence Spchce here Sunday Mrs Clay ShulthIS very poorly Mrs Sara Smith is very poorly Lite Hart also Mist Grace Turner who has been with her sister ut returned home Saturday Dr Clark wife little son nnd- dnughter are visiti1g lice sister at Hedges this week J K Jackson ahd wife visited the lAtters sister MriJ A Barnes in Owingsville Sunday Algin Clark and vrife visited her parents Will Williainson and wife of near Preston Sunday Clyde Young mowed from the Df Hall property to George uSwarts property one day last week Miss Maggie Gregory who hod been at Swvctwuter 111 returned hero Wednesday in poor health ItMoores Ferrv 0iBorn to E C Kluibrell and wife boyi Colfak spent Sat urdny and Sunday with Clay Otis There were peveru1 showers of raiu hero last week and they were all needed Miss Etna Armstrong of Lick ing Union awe Saturday to viet relatives here Mrs Melissa Snedegfir of Slate Valley anti randwUKhter Lillian Shrout npint Sunday with Mrs Sarah Shrout The committee on fencing the Uedrick graveyard with meet lit Moores Ferrj postolllie atl oclock pm Satlrduv 12 for the purpose of letting the contract for building the fence llV The box supper nt Hec1rickllI Saturday night was a deciedsuc- ces liventyoiit buses Id fur 2870 Jacob Sorrell r 205 the highest price pair a box The iinvrct price paid a box WU81 lied Saturday eve r near Polksville Hannah HTu njrinl about 80 years She dad bi en sick LM slime time She hud beep mak ing her home with her gran Hugh lee who married Perry Well r SIte wits laid to rest in Hedncks Cern etery Sunday evening Huit High ley is her mly child here There life other children in thc West Craiizs Josh Craig and family are visiting relatives hero tire Emma Craig has been very sick but is better now Mrs FannieWarren is veiy poor ly with something like rheumatism Several boys from this plkce at tended the box supper ut Hedrloks Saturday night Ed Anderson and Wilt Tom Sex ton have had their houses repainted and new roofs put on We are having some very cool weather for the time of yearttlI most down to the frost line Mrs Holt Warren took sick sud denly Wednesday but is thought now to be somewhat improved Henry Gregory wife and baby Ervin visited relatives near rOklaI from Wednesday until Saturday Lee Thompson and wife of Knob Lick were guests of Thomas Me Glothin and family here Saturday night John Will Manley wife andour children visited the formers Upele Win Toy and family here Satur day night and Sunday Rev Ed Anderson preached here Sunday morning and Sunday night There will be prayer meeting here every Thursday night MM Mary Sexton who had been visiting her daughter Mrs Hud Carmichael and her son Harver at Owingsville returned to her home here Saturday Mrs Emmie Warren Mrs Flor once Thompson and Miss Lillie Williams were of Lnwronco OlywplaSMarried Sunday Elsie Roe Fur fhebridepasterard wife and is an indus fi U8 beautiful young lady Ithen groom io U son of William Purvis end wire and Is an honorable upright young man lheselareafserving young people W wlnh Mr and Mrs Purvis a pleasant aiM happy journey through hiea The dailyLexingtonHert lid 9 pne year for 6 iii t J tf4 j r 2 I- frft T N lr Itto Stoops All the sick in the neighborhood are greatly Improved SuinlayHcliool hero next Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Corn has come uu well still It large acreage is to bo pluuted Anybody con give tools advice but nobody but u fool will take it J L Gregory sold to Roger fat butt fancy harness mart fur H32 Squire John Trimble bought Bud Barnes a 3yearclU guiding foi 135 Meadows will certainly be short in his vicinity unless it ruins in a few nays J Will Clay and family of Mt Sterling visited Mrs Sarah Bridged Sunday We learn that Roy J HAfeachain will preach at Springfield Sunday af ternoon Mrs AtV Byrd has been visiting her parents Win Hart and wife on Hoes Hun- Thomas and Miss Hertio Wron will no shortly to visit relatives at differ ent points in Indiana We hear some farmers say that they will be able to set some tobanco by the 15th of the month Instead of us profiting by mistakes ofothera we are nil times making mistakes for others to profit by Some of the boys have been oft on fishing expeditions Wo havent seen the color of any fish caught Walter A Brock of Winchester was at Bourbon Chief Stock Farm last week putting up a patent gate John Spratt and wife of near Sharpsburg visited the family of Jesse Morgan Saturday and Sunday John Williams hits moved from James Kennedys farm Into tho prop erty recently vacated by James Vat son After all mUll is as low as Ii beast in fact we have never yet seen a dUI lying III the gutter drunk on rotten whiskyOther localities report good rains W evo hud none here The ground hasnt been too wet ro work since the 3d of April Only about 40 per cent of the rye sown will be harvested the remainder being plowed and used for graze ing purposes Mrs S A Tttul and Mrs Lizzie Mallory of near Carlisle have been visiting relatives near here and at Howards Mill The acreage of hemp sown In this neighborhood is smaller than for years Those who cjntemplated sow ing large crops failed to do it Mrs Kate Smith MrsLEGriggs und Mian Lucy Southof Mt Ster ling and Miss Mary Gillaspie of Clark county were visitors at J H UiltuspioVlat week The opening ball of the season was given at Hotel Uundlff near this Stoops Spring Saturday night Society turned out en masse and lack of space prevents us front pub lishing names of participants Some peoples views on Christian ity cl know a good Christ Ian woman who thought It a terrible wrong rill her little boy to play baseball on Sunday but watched him kill innouent birds with hll alrgun and admired his goon markinunshfp BEN JUTJEttC E Merrill in Louisville Pout While brilliant correspondents Washington are daunting full high now and then the dig of smaller men of ante bellum bfllum and postbellum pro clivitiec I shall dip in an oar to IILltn inairwhiita I once hated from the waters of Lake LetI to which he is drifting mid tell when and where 1 iimke over thu hurlers and reversed if not tuy opinion at least my sentiment which as this world goee is pretty touch the saute tiling when it gets down to practical work In men whom men condemn as ill I find stiUchtat joodnei still I In men whom men proclaimdlvino I see so much of slim and blot Anti hence I dare notdruw the line Between the two when God has not The lust sight I ever got of Old Ben Butler in his own improper person was at the Chicago conven non in 1884 which nominated Grover Cleveland He was one of the Massachusetts delegation Dur ing the second afternoon utter nil the delegates were seated and wait ing he came in alone wabbling down the adele as if trying to def scribe short areas of a sumlcircle with each fllotan outward swing and leaning back like some in visible force gently but firmlywas pushing him from behind His big bula head reminded the onlooker fan elephants back or one section of it not so large but Justus shape ly As soon us the Southern dele gates caught a glimpse of the pro cession and recognition of its com ponent port memories of Order No 42 and the hanging of Mumford got busy Hisses loud and shrill sizzd thrc ugh the auditorium Seated with the Tennessee lt flanked and backed by Louisiana Mississippi Alabama it seemed that the pipes of the Pelicans were most penetrant Thinkingor rather not thinking I thought it scarcely proper to hiss a Democrat in a Democratic convention so kept mum Besides in 1110 words of Bob Toombs we had worn our delves out whipping the Yankees and I never did like to put on airs over a fallen foe So 1 let him off with my part of it I had mingled with him tour years in Congress 1877 to 1881 from the press gallery He was with Tool Reed one of the Repub lican wheel horses Their two bald heads consulting on the floor always reminded me of a pair of elephant eggs 1 witnessed the encounter in 1878 between him and that little thorn in the side Sunset Cox A year before this twain had glndiuted in the House till the burley Benjamin in derision of little up bis bands with a shoofly dont other me and turned and went to his desk It evoked the loudest and applause I have no- iced that less wit or wisdom is- eeded to put the Lower House of Congress in u roar than in anyI State Legislature in the Union but it quite vanquished the New Yorkerlndull the sunset faded sut of his little sky Fur months afterward flashy cartoons of Coxs bead on the body of a fly swung in he show windows at VashingtonI ver the great Shoofly dont bother me- A I yerIateFc1asli again 11rl1 u l r r = 7 l 1Vt t lTrSntne important issue wale under discussion when the two phaiup iolisr wero again left to settle it Coxs desk wits near the Speakers right hand Butlers on the left at about the same distunes Each begun tie dented colloquy from hit plaice approaching each other till they gut directly in front of tho speaker who I believe WItS Samuel J Randall The fkirmish was hot onethe fire bakIInti forth At lost Cox fired n center shot which almost paralysed hif antogonist Shoufly dont bother me Butler 811IUethinKIstill bornbeing second burn There wile no applause and Butler begun slowly and in silence bucking to his desk But the little housefly was on him Ahlit it again Bro you Mr Speaker I have always recognized the fact that the gentleman from Massachusetts was prolific of poli tical trickery and of all tmworthi ness but never before has he dis played in this presence such as tounding poverty of wit Go to your seat sir and may tle Lord have mercy on your miserable soul During this short delivery the scene Butler slowly retreating by the back step and Cox following with palms outturned in mock depreciation brought the Democratit to their feet in loud was their time to howland next morning the shooflies came down out of the show windows The fly had trapped himself and the won der is that n man of Butlers great mental resources should have made such a flat- During one of Ins political cam paigns Republicans hung over his headquarters the blazon Gen B F Butler the Hero of Five Forks One night some Democratic mis creant swung underneath the meas ley amendment And God only knows how manyspoons It was my heros fate to be alter nately hated and admired All the people couldnt love Old Strabismus ailthe time In I860 he voted sixty times in the Charleston convention for Jefferson Davis as his chico for President of the United States Two years litter the same Jefferson Davis offered reward of 10QGOO for Ben Butlers bead dead or alive open or shut In the early 80s he was once wore a Democratic candidate for Governor of the Old Bay State Then the Republicans did hate him a little bit some more already On the stump he was making one of his forceful hitter speeches It so deeply stirred some of his ex par tisans that lIe was forced to hit feet Ten us something about those spoons you stole down down South All right my friend Just be easy and Ill tell you all about it before 1 close Butler resumed and the knocker stayed thu two hours out till lit saw the speaker gather up his pa pers us if he had closed Hold on Gen Butler you havent answered myjquestion about jleuiing them spools tOh yes Oil ye Pardon me My friend arent yon a Republi eiint Yes sir Thank God I am roared thu enlhusiMBt So WitS Iwhien I Htole thosej spoons Thus keenest piece of repartee in any lunguuge In 789 the pension bill was he fore the House when Frye of Maine and Hltl alternately hat the floor Gen Butler Incidentally referred to the Southern soldiers men I who had returned to fields of smoke and ashes and were rebuild ing without help from any quarter Mr Krye Perbapf the gentle man will bo demanding pensions for the rebels next I can say this much to the den tlemun trout Maine retorted But ler After we get through with pensions for our Union soldiers who were really disabled during the war for myself I would gladly apportion what remains among the deserving soldiers of the Sonth I would rather see them have it than tn have it go to the frauds deserters und bountyjumpers ot our own army There was one listener in the gallery who could not refrain from clappingand whispering loudenougb to attract attention of his neigh burt Bully for Ben Butler I dontI believe he ever stole a spoon life and they are liars who say he didAnd I felt it that time and have not got over feeling it till now That isnt niy only point of artI miration hack In 73 Congress advanced their pay 600hepress raised the loud hullahulloo over the salary grabItnd every devil of em except that same Olel Ben Butler hurried the increase off to the churches or covered it back into the treasury Miserable cowards were theyallall except the gentleman from Massachusetts Mr Speaker he said I sup ported this measure in good faith I feel that I am worth 7500 a year and shall keep it If other members feel that they are not worth that much they can hand it back to the treasury but 1 warn them that they have no moral and legal right to give away whvt does not belong to them If my constituents dont like my way they can a send somebodYtlee t Order No 42 at New Orleans was brutal Ho must have acted under false information for I can not imagine that Southern ladies wouldempty slops and spit upon even the foulest invaders miss ing under their windows on the pforafter it had been swung from the a cour house That was not like Lee or Grant But Butler knew little and perhapecared less about the usages of civilized warfare uUng Cot Ellsworth hauled down in defiance of warning the new Con federate flag which Jackson hadu liung furled Cu the flagstaff on jtl J y j i t 7trr 1 nJ l J tJ I r J 1 fr j j + 7 i1r hI a s f 1 L II t 7 STiTlE FINE YOUNG STALLION J AMERICAN CHIEFOne of the best horses in tho State will make the season of J90fi at mrplace Riverside at the mouth of Big Flat Creek Bath county Ky afc Ten Dollars to Insure a Living Colt HarrisonChieflilt dam was Lute by Jo Downing a model show mnre Kings Jet dam Goldsmithf2d dam was b Wells YellOW Jacket Kings 3d dam was a flue Virginia mare American Cfiiefs 1st dam by Simmons Boy 17517 sired by Simmons2744 record 228 1st dam Bllnkle by Harps Mambrlno hft by Uambrlno Chief II 2d dam LoiiRback by Wood ford sire of the darn of Wedjjewood ofImportedAmerican Chiefs 2d dam by Bruce McGregor he by Bobt fcOregor ChieftheOld King was the sire of Glorious Red Cloud the highestprice geld Ing in the world He Is the sire ofthe dam of Montgomery Chlefwlnn r of championship at Louisville Nashville Indianapolis Kansas City Chicago and St Louis He ia thus the sire of the dam of MontgomeryJ 4Louisville t6cIn102 Ibs fTERMSTenwhen colt comes maro parted with or bred to anotherhcrseLien retained on colt until service fee is paid Every precau lion taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occnrJONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN GOLD PREMIUflS t will be given for the two best colts One mare and one horse The money will be equally divided and the showrthe jftBath county Ky opposite Sherburne Address Riverside R F D NO2 Box 72 Sharpsburg Ky 1 JAMESWHOUSE I his own hotel at Alexandria Va early in 1861 Jackson shot hint dead on the spot and was in turn riddled with bullets by Ellsworths soldiers War is war and the dev il gets the profit t 1 enjoyed reading at the time Rutlern excoriation of John A Bingham member of Congress from Ohio at the close of the war simply because U ler was a soldier and Bingham was a homegunrd He had been sneering at the hero of Fort Fisher as a military failure 1 may have made ml tltktIIre torted the old soldier but I did my best with the talents ihttt God gave me an iingei couhl do nil more At least I bared my own breast in my country defenut a thing the distinguished gentleman who inpult me has nut attempted 10 do his only elaini to greatness being that behind prison walls on perjured teciimony hy his fervid nloijutnee he s rnt an innocent American woman screaming to her death Gen Butler repented of hid haste in bunging Mumford and mid the only reparation in human power by seeing for years after 65 that the widow nnd children were provided flrrIn 1878 pending the trial of Mrs Olivers Miit against Simon Cameron fur breach of promise a young Louisville lawyer went to Washington us one nf plaintiffs at tortiey There he first met Butler who was Camerons chief support As was the bluff way with him the doughty Bay Stater wasthe day the young lawyer entered the court room meanly nagging the attor neys for Mrs Oliver At one point the Falls City recruit wade a sug gestion which modified the context ion of his ouireagues and caught the quick ear of Gen Butler May I pleaseyour Honor said he 1 congratulate the court in having at least one attorney for the plaintiff who is a gentleman one learned in the law and who glories in the traditions of his pro fession the lion Sterling B To theyBxsv Fuss STOaft was the first time in the entire career of Capt U T Bailey of the American clipper ship Wu F flab cock which arrived here today from San Francisco that he report ed any unusual incident of a voy age says the Philadelphia Record For year this sailor had been content to remain in the background while his fellow skippers stepped into the limelight with strange tithes of the sea which went a long way in maintaining the traditional veracity of seamen Many tine he made the voyage from San Fran cisco to this city but each time when the chroniclers of ship news asked him if anything unusual had happened on the journey his reply was a negative toss ol the headWhen the Babcock arrived lien today the reporters visited Clip Bailey simply because it was in- line with the routine of their work They had given him up long ago s a source interesting inform ion but when they visited him to duy they were surprised with thebannouncement that ihe Captain something to tell The long silenceo was to be broken at last waited anxiously tie tale of the uncommunicative sea captain When finally the story was told all those resent took off their hats ti Cap atir Bailey and it WHO 1cknowledgedhe had stepped into the foremost rank Af the spinners of fish stories G On Dec 10 iii latitude 525 north longitude 120 west and six teen days after leaving San Fran cisco I was palled up on deck All n t tbe chip and as far as the ye ggWsea were thousands of 7 I p 1Iii 7 i fish Ii the school were dolphihV j sharks bonitos and a Ie h oftbettunny tribe about three feet 11length ulbicores large flab O mackerel lungAfter family and baricude fthImany among which was a dolphin which weighed nineteen pounds It wise approachlogbonito which hud been hooked got away with built the hook buIbright red rag which had been p as huhwscllulling much commo in the water was the last of 9this Gab but it proved to lie only tthe beginning MOO the msrnjn of Dee 26 tl1 ci sciiorl evidently having ship for the anther nf all fljhonT centrated their forces around bet anti the craft actually toil steerage way and was brought to a ttand stillWe had hailed the appeaiance of the fish with flelight an is alway the case on a deep water voyugehe cause it Weans a temporary let up e LofIIn existence on salt borne but they had now hfcowe u menace na 4 well as a source vFortunately clltpplngunmove anal a course was iet for Cape Horn We were unable however 24fish31 We were ben in latitude jsouth longitude 131 slid close to Pitcairn Island Were a ship cross ed our brtw It proveda new at traction and the fish leffcuf after following the ship more than two thousand miles Let any one doubted the story OH plain Bailey showed hit log which contained due entry of the remarkable school of fisht1A WROHG TaAasiAjiow Sna 4perlencenear Pittsborg Hanging on the wall in the par parIetbe sign and turning to the land lord saidDo you speak Preach uNo the man replied United States will do fur me Well then said Quay why do you have that notice on tb J wall That means French is pok en here Well JlJ be he blamed ejac ulated the hotel keeper a young chap sold that to nm for God llu1adelphiaLedger The Wsiatreet stock Harkei 1 was In a flurryallastwee r FINE TWCff f 1 Peter Stephens Stall- ionLeGrand fftj 17 1 make re season of 19C8 atm o ara at the home farm of the lattaeob Warner miles 1It th ff Owingsville ut 10 to Insure a Live Colt He made the season of 1005 tthe Forge Mill- LtGRANDis r a rich redbay horet v 0 hands high weighs 1150 lbs and y s five years old He Is by old Le fAlsogood jack will make the seasoli at to Insure a living colt Dudley Warned J 1 1Il i is 4t 4