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I i c r i E4 i i Sc i cr v c r t J1 td 4Ar t lJ Ctf O f O il a 7 w114t 5 J 4 y l r 7 vtjJ to VIMi I V o A r j1 t rr rH L1L 1Ii orf t7 I c taui7 r 1 r1lt ik srE1jt c1 utIookt r f t j it 11 TJc VOL XXVII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 171908 Nii F j tfJ ft H L Line deliver ice 1Stioa for everybody at Brother Clothes everybody at Brother i tBrothers p Mlllersburg voted for Prtvliibil tion last work v O your spring outfit ftm IBrotborA Brother tha tiiae to et 1tUT t1 t at ijriic Vfii Store theJWhen you meed good Jok atltaulbcr Brothers 2cgrade IVI1so Hondrix bought of S V F jotinsori of Preston twelve p at6c i Estill lltibaker d Ci guarantee their buggies ami jaake ItJelr guar An too por- FT JHanker Co ietIevery r tiling in hc buggy Line at the low st iceg Xuoee lidtrestfld are requested to meet otteieOM Virginia grAvr i I Saturday am help clean It up R meuber tbnl Brother It Broth eo linve al10bby line ot clothe i from 500 up Oruiir V Barber Attorney a tStLtiwnnd Surveyor OiHceinCourt boiiBo June 8 4 iI t1herowULbeMburMzpportur tIi Ligo b6nlptof he c r ln1tJtn ciiooI u e near Midland Clt u a thith IlIs LisIgbttcfNfly2B fEsttll I Huqakcr do evetythinv i t la blacksmith work at figui4thawt The drouth line about iforc hee rlf grass n1eadowsiBanc I vi jtrgej ver Tubncco plants are prubeu tQu i 4WkflnQ Ltthrurn of Flemngs burir wasovcrion1biyintI sold thitueropt tobacco It 0 on Ills Ill Wyoming by QinartjClaluntSb to Snedegitr Brosy There ie u reri7ciTnlcrost in minSjnilway Jinn via North VitddTetown f nod proipPcts resblt to Ill brigli l fur Re building i IS A SuIlLRIsIr 0 we rc vhIUfuienlIui It c 1 tJuhtl tr I regulwVlG 50 iHM 813111 br G prlcerl III all dntiy r t c K Ur= itft RickctJJJloreV MA lti O klderB U LCnsWiAL Jidn n MrIazF wU rf Iilrd IrktInrJ mtllrtjn Miff Uclh d atilt Iir f Alex JIazp of Polks r v jlti ibun deB howe Sunday rr o iiftet5tuii Iti nzWinter gi Cgt s ifls Pri9gJlIH t Wtdnitlty or his hedLj i nu on Satirdugood cd si mmer tameI T1 it cmrneagztSw II tixp SubnEMLt tr ii Lizzie S1SEverett widow of Ma t Everett k 1 and daughter or Woi4 Bagin dieM Q nt JHt SterHny rttiFenIy i dvsIe aveR two chit 4ii1renilrt Nettie IVells of Fort Worth TeXfeR htidx urn o Indian T rritory V iA2OIi SonooLrof Allan deJ Cdu Meuller of Lexington was here upadanoingsqhsotc4Nl taught Mrt Nicholas Longworth 4 1whenBhe was Alice Bobiev I He JaiiRht two years at the US Naval Academy atAunapolfa OFFICE FOB COUNTY TRKASUREB All them m er of the FlBcal i Court except Squire McLonwy of Sharp8bargt belngjaeroMondayth Ajpetendordered that County Judge 5Laue be instructed to sey r rectandredta suitable ofBce room z Treasurettf 45fwi STo AUVEBTISERS Advertisers Swho are running ads without n specified number of inaertfpijs w Illm p1ai5noty us on Thurfday or SFriday Vbea wish a change or ndsi dii5tIned This Is ye bdiIV preparedv iiit notice to fill the iw I epuce rV CORREFrONDENTiIAMT r TDK OUTLOOK would like to tUve a correspondent at Sherburne and one at WyouiiDg that will jet up zir the real news and send it in reg Ulrly A copy of the paj 1 and stationery wiilue to the right Especially do iz k we wish correepondenti that will f eehd srieihIrgrinteresting a ntt4fs ve4 borsj 1 tiit JOJJf x ivp Uemeraber tba fur U LOOt is prepared to pni krtterbeadBf noteheads billhoads V talem Bt envelopes cards labels i reeelpU invitations and all sorts Ji V of business stationery ob the best Bf style at the most IJ4 4c reMonable prices Compare pur work wltK that toAir adVantago to have us do your 7workI r Who prift posters dodgers gusulIyilf 5WekaveOband for sale in aby tfuantity bliiikv deedB tnbrtgiigeii til1 a I9f r 1 f z ShfS0 sfet J 4 k t 7 ra r4i SPMrs FP Gudgotl wasin Leciiu ton Tuesday Tom Allen of Mt Sterling was town J hlur8tty JumeH T Ellington of Ynlo was ut Uourt MotidiyMOmar makes 8lovproprcss atto wards recovers SterhingatndedIrcujt vf MiyiillepontSlIudutUi igmfromKnott SoElderain illness town Mouduy utter uiuu Jays o IK HStlrllnb Suudt ntMissLottloday from n visit to Miss Nell McCoy at IICwere guests of C W Jlonakcr and wIre Sunday Rpl1ntCromwith home folks James Brunch and wirof IiltallIvisited E W lIetlhi and wife Satur day and Sunday James 110011 and wife of Mt at addItobert Crooks and wife of Mont uery county were guests of Mrs iza Dawaon Monday 1iMrsareton College Lexington Leader Miss Laura Colo alter a visit to S Phelps und wife rotnrned to her homo ut Jelfersonvillo Sunday VnILico Gndxcli Jr returned homo Sunday hunt his cnlltco ut Louisville fortho summer vacation Misses Sabauu null Agnes Rico of NicholuKVilln came Ruturdiy to visit Vlfe their uuclo W S Ihelps mdr r MoisiIrnhome alter preaching at itethia SundMy Roburt liridgoforth nnd wife netL1 SterhliugrntIa d vltcDiM n Fans wont tq Uarlislo Sun day rutnrnlinr thu saino day iiccom tJInhtllb hJs daughter Mrs W O ilclntlro IoxlngttlllvlllttU1 i wifi Tliursday ruturnln homo tliu P sm tiny Mrs n1I 6o7fdpist r returned lio bmtMrLexington Ulck Tenittlrinaii and w Yc or near yuitp1 ti ia tii MiR lviiiIeiir ruiiiaih Iii g till ihtndiiy Mt SterlliiK visitors hero Monday witru KliAhii ItohKrtson D N Young Oliver Jones JHineS 1C Emnioiid Jtlff Huriiur C WNesbltt Ian mid Fverott Uarclayof Mont iinvrj county wore guostikot JifrH vt Omtlyby xMrster will leave Wednesday to visit Fred Heath und wife ut Pinoville SunlIllw p Shitho MrS inoM atonayperformed The following were of AN Crooks anti wife Moudajf nice Miss MMiniOnfrrnnt ull of Mt Sterlingand vi cinity CARD OF THANKS We hereby ex press to our neighhorsand friends our warm appreciation of their many acts of kindness during the illness and on the deren t of our be loved husband and father Martin Jones and shall ever hold thorn in grateful remembrance MRS MARTHA JONES AND FAMILT SONDATSC1JOOL CoNvENT a N Tho dlstpJct convention of the Ken tucky Sundayschool Association ilibe held at Salt Lick nextSui a Iditj May 20at the Christian Church beginning at 10 oclock a and lasting until the afternoon Fitldworker w J Vaughn of ilodge Ky will atldress the con vention there will he other speak ers present from the county nndr vicinity I 50IClDEJohn W Clark aged t Yeur son of Mrs Knturah Clark i lTMt Sterling shot himself to death in Rfltof despondency due to ill health while taking treatment rattbe home of his motherinlaw i Mrs Heekin widow of the promi nent coffee and spice merchant in Cincinnati Ho had been in bustI In08s in Birmingham Ala His wife and fivemonthsord baby daughter survive him The bodI was brought to Mt Sterling I oftan CAPTOBKD BALD EAGIE One day last week Clifford McClain aaw some crows after n eagle on Geo W Shrouts farm in the Jones Branch neighborhood He got two neighbors to go in front of the bird to attract its attention while he slipped npbehind and shot it with a shotgun It was crippled in the wing by the shot and secured It WABa build eagle one year old It was brought here to Dr G W Conner who Js trying totaniejt i i iC g lIC jG lid Thr p I rJvry t b Nearly everybody but you lias u buggy Let IIH sell you onecheiip ESTILL HOKAKKI C- oicEciiUtPnhiceJiIdge W mmy Power with his street cleaners put tho treeis und alloys Jn spick pitn shape tho past wck arihiai EmmotiS has warned eve rYlId about scattering poper end other rubbish on tho streets BREAK CUTsWe make a break curt vqtial in every rcspen to the famous Settle rart arid if you want the best try one of them Von take no risk In buying them na they arcade to wear Ei TILT 1- hOwirigsvflle IIOINMe Ky- li by- Chwiaull t Orear Mt Sterling 5vSJudy dr BttBcora Sbxrpsliurg Ky RCIDENCC IkujXLb The hwuse Forge lull formerly owned liy lia S iBniley now by Mrs Cath erine Vice and occupied by Ah- eurtcauzht tire from tho cooking stove about 9 oclock Saturday night and was consumed together wi thall time houshold goods cx cept a feather bed or two The mum ily was in lied at the time timid when the fire was discovered Mrs Hunt took out two of her children and nearly forgot another who was in another bed It was barely rescu in time The loss was 300 or V Oo MARRIAGE EGtoEIENTiTlmell- oWIrIg marriage announcements e noticed in exchanges Mr and Mrs Robert Marshall of Mt Sttrlinc announce the engage ment of their daughter Miss Mary Boyd Marshall to Mr Charles Til ford Dsrrickson of Charleston W Vrt the wedding to take place Tulle 27ot time Mt Sterling Epis coDul ChurchSMr and Mn Jas R Shrout of ar Sharpsburg announce the en gagement of their daughter Miss ary Sue Shrout to MrWm Saw age Lindsay the wcdding lotllklI mcq in the Christian Church Sharpsburg Juno GiDuRANTJousfo Mr George reiunitedinre 7sLdencewedding was to have taken place at the brides home at 6 oclock IIamde inathJO 1hItI4ffivetiedThe undo is u ilricgtter i1 GIP tnliiiknii ilnrl r hu III d 4Iitso ftJmeNchoul teacher by priftsuion Sill met tier hushani wh visiting at the home of liar uncle Elder Fred Joiies at Stanford Ill where M hlrThe bridal couple hive IiEI uTilioKe bet wishes MUll WALLGK SHARP DcninMrs Waller Sharp who imp in lI II healthwas sud de tlnlythe brain amid died ut her home at- marpsburg Saturday night at 830 cloek Tho funeral was bldI onday afternoon and the interI afli mode ut Crown lull CemI ary SiisrpshurgaMrs Gporgctown and was agedabout 56 years tier midennlunevuI attle Elgin tier husband and ree children survive her ElginlWaller Jrl1nd Miss Ann sop The family had recentlye moved into their elegant MEHICAL AssociATioNjjTlie Bath County Medical Ass itiln held its session here sz w VLtisfacIoryfore Five new members were ad m1ttedDrs Isaac Jones nnd Dal Iyof OwingsVille Wells of Rey noldsville Clark of Olyrupiii and Allen of Yale Eighteen of the members ex ressed their intention to go to Mr 18 to hear the a tddreisS retaryof time State Board of H ealthiii representative of the American Medical Association on the subject The Proper Relations f the Medical Profession to the Public BAD FREIGHT WREKA westbound through freight train on the C it O railroad jumped the tract between Olympia nod Preston late Friday afternoon Eight cars were wrecked One cor wan loaded with brown sugar in bugs and barrels and sugar was strewn for two hun dred yards along the track One cpr had a load of hardware and an other a load of U Sarmy under clothing probably buund for Jof suptwith cool Negroes living in the neighborhood flocked to the scene and were helping themselves to eu gar And army underclothing when trainmen stopped them witlia threat of prosecution for stealing One darkoy had seized on a barnIs of sugar but had to give loot The wreck occurred whore the one in which Conductor Miller waa burned to death some months ago tis said to have been the worst wreck that the Ky divisicro of the C fe O has ever tramps iu a box car escaped un hurt aud tarried not Ni r r Jdti i 2 Ti j SHOES KEITH 3so4oo 4oo 500 None better Few as good KY 4 x5 11 E DisTiiicr CONFEHRSC The tritConCerencenf of Lex ingtoji District ME hurcliSiiii will meet in Owiirgsville Juie There will prnbutily he 561 sevpntyflvu delegates in IIlttIq ance niti everything will 1ii jr make lime occacinn one IIrIJriH terest All are cordially ii attend irs linnlirh J lhToliIt lterlutnnntt yusy nding homes rfnr th JdvM 4 i v tI1l1TTSeSwTTTktIcsoS IkirtirIH 1 mint as to vinVhe heiicl of i ry vlU4r U OUr towndirinif s Hrif of iuiet- iiryQibeh lf oJthlCOI niittcp uti tiitertnininont deair ti tlnink thise of other crhurcheB w lii- iosenlreadI so kindly nlferedfo entertain delegate t Cuts L HOUON PLEASED WITII RESOLTS 0 w gsvihte IJMnr H 1900 S MPnrcell Denr Sir J have this IfayrtcivellrllP1 you the rush on UI5000 life policy I took with you twenty years iigo You offer uydextrenily fsnrab111c cinditionB policy for nearly 7500 or nearly half of all I tiara paid or an in owe for life yearly of twice myI nniiaj payments or to keep mv 5000 policy withii dividend through life As I took this policy on the lifetable loxvrnte of pmijtimentsnud considering the ty have been carried fur less than nothing our extremely well pleas d with the results Wishing you a long happy and prosperous life with much success in your work I a m truly yours J TATLOU UBOCSET MRs FKENCO CnrnEBs DKATII tit Mary Cophev wife of French Coplxer living near the old Block House iron mines complained of reeling ill about one week previous to lust Thursday and was taking treatment for it but that morning reiaI well ns usuul and while sit ting by the Ore taking her break net suddenly fell over She wall helped to bed hut died in a few minutes without being able liIspeak distinctly again Shewu buried in the Jackson graveyard at about 11 oclock u in Friday Deceased was 63 years old lust March Sho wits a daughter of Jas Wells deceased and lute sec ond wife who was n daughter of SaM uti McQuithey deceased She was a half sister of hick Joe Wil- lIam Mrs Wm Welsh Alex Nim land Mrs Andy Webster and n full sister of Thomas and Benjamin Joe Thomas and Benjamin und Mrs Webster are the only surviv ors of her fathers family Mrs Cophers husband and the follow ing children survive her Fannie wife of Wm Lawson of lireathitt county Andy Omnr Thomas and Ollie all nt home or on the home farm The bereaved family have the sympathy of many friends in their loss C S Terapleman of this cottn ty near MooreuVld sold last week 200 worth of locust timber off his farm that ho planted himself about twentylive years ugo on what was then u worn out hillside and con siderably washed As soooas this puttingIr to realizing a little more to the acre than lie dill on his timber if 100 per aercjcIioo Advocate t jy x XX P MENS BOYS I CHILDREN CLOTHING convinceyouthat i We Lead the Way in This Line WE CAN DRESS YOU FROM TIP TO TOP We have someINEW STYLE HATS justin t KONQUEROR FLOHSSHBEEVfl ForMenS 350VVICHAI SRSLESSEROWINGSVILLE is almjwt jjlving goods away ic v JUeavo you it prica Y1iIYottIaSzt51i1Lbasa i itO mcr j rie nH1 l1fl j eun IIJl34 If lit The p ket J MAKTIS JONES 10ne8dledat his home at Slate Valley about 8 oclock Saturday night May 12 He hud been in had health for several wouthsnndI was able only to knock about the the house until about two weeks ago he hud to take to his bed from general breakdown of the system imeto advanced ago He hadtnumber of physiciiins culled in but none could give him many hope of ultituHte cure He was tenderly nvrspd and everything possible due to contribute to his comfort He did not sutfer much and the end it he were falling to sleep e was nut consciouslit his last hours The funcrnj was held sunday atht ernoon und the burial was at the family Chasteen burial- ground on upper Stoic Creek by members of the Bath Lodge No 55IFree and Accepted Masons ofIwhich dee sed hud been amember since 186- Martin Jones was a son of Wl Ham Jones and woe born April Itf byWurthCreek on a part of tIme tract taken up under a Virginia patent by the ancestors of the Ragland family and afterwards passed into the possession of the Chasteen family of which Mr Jones mother was u descendant and heir Mr Jones married Miss Martha Garrett a daughter of FlenuingGarrett Nine ydyingtho following children survive Elder J Fred of Stanford IIlinoi8I- Elizibeth wife of Peter Hart of Forge Farm near Preston Rhoda wife of George P Johnson of neat Sharpsburg Julia wife of Elder H H Ross of Owingsville Ann widow of John Stone at homo Jen nie widow of Roe Myers of near Forgo Hill Fannie wife of Samuel Conyers of Slate Valley Ho bad one brother Janice and one sister Mrs Perry Goodpaster both of whom lied many years ago After his marriagft he made his home with his uncle Renny Chas teen in tho neighborhood of his birthplace until ho removed to the Forge Farm in 1861 He first learned tho trade of gun smith under Christian Shultz and tbon tho carpenters trade under James Carr the well known free colored man of this town long do- ceased Ho was in fact an all around mechanic ingenious und pkillful at many sorts of work He built the residence now owned by Mrs Thomas J Peters the former Brooks house time Lcvi Goodpaster residence Uml burned tho residence Jpt + r fJ 7 I Ladies Skirts l Shirt t waists niceline t I goods Wetakeyour meas tireand guarantee fit Carpets Hattings RugsAand our prices are the Lowest THEDOCKET71 ItOillonsItoekofS iiIf SIIOE CI1illutAlti I lrGILLQNrS DlTalantiiip i t jSo r udge A J Ewing d6eaFed th- ereet Forge Water Dellnull rail ther structures After the II u iTifge mill was built be served at w it miller there until hIre cent biS and also practiced farm ing furuad n great deal and IIfCrlUlttlollCcady at his tongues end and few ulijecisof everyday interest could bo broached in his presence with ort receiving rare illumination from his stores of learning und ob servution In every company he held forth in his instructive way land kept his hearers interested as long us he chose to talk He was held In high regard by Innumerable friends all of whom mourn falDilyhl1etheir bereavement inCOURTrOwd hero Monday Merchants report a good trade and the hotel boardinghouses restaurants and livery stables did a One business There were but few mules on the market The trade in horses witsu ofIhalf sold at prices that are prohnounced good for the discouragE ing scarcity of gras Sonio cattle were sold simply because of tho failure ot grass on account of tho drouth Several sows and pigs were sold at good prices Among tho saLs reported weren lien F Shrout sold twenty 2 earold ulcers to Fred McCormick t GAlbert2yearold steers to Fred McCormick n at 17 per head a heifer IsF M Bristow for 20dMurkland t Snedegnr sold a bayr horse to John fjVice for u little Barrel mItre to Grain for 120 John R Vice bought a iyear old gelding of Jus Allen Snelling for 1T5 Geo A Plied bought of Rice i Razor a yoke of oxen for 85m horse of Odd Swetnam for 85 Peed Lathram bought a coy Land40 two calves of Win C Ginter at 6 each of Rico Razor a cow at 2250 and one for2750 a cow of Mark Thomas for 17 port of a carload of hogs at 5c to 5jfc- OHie Snedegar sold a gray horee to Ellis Toy for 175 Fletcher Crouch bought nBhart yearling steer of Bud Gopher for 14 Rice Razor sold two heifers to perheltdFOB RimNr15nCre of grazing land on Jones Branch Apply toI Juhii W Honaker J fb n u BUGGYHARNESSI y tt j f I p j I am prepared to make u low price JH Buggy l f Harness Buggy Whips and Lap Robes of aIj7 5 kinds I have a large Std2k to select fronir and will save you money- I s1 am yours for th best Saddles and Harriet fw t ftf EUGENE MINIIIANOsv1iivilIk 11 i7Sf 1 r iS f lilili SSiT 0 rIEi 6 14 7 RAG KET STORfEJt We have out Spiiiig Goods now on f and prices wict Ive IClin Ifvtyou nioncy Masons quart fruit Juts doz 60d Stone Jars gallon 80 Milk Crocks gallon 80- 4gul Ash Churn 75o Curtain Stretchers 1 Prntin Poultry fllod20c 100ChambersJelly Glasses each2eVinegar Cruets lOc 6 inch Glass lierry Bow lie China 1totImind Pitcher 9eVegetable Bowls 18 JG lOc T 1 f J 2t5 it cUt CIRCUIT COURT Tho May term of Biith Cirauit Court convened Monday with Judge At W Young presiding und Alexander Conner Attorney Jorihe Judge Young give the usual In structions to time grand Jury dwell ing on tIme encroach ments of property owners on the turnpike rights of wily by extend g their fences too far The grand jury is composed of P B Stone foreman John Otis G W Bfuiublett B Carrington Jcsuo Culvert Wm M 8 Retinie Horseman Joe Mc fjiirty W Cniin Joe Wbaley md Jua UreiryJt The panel rif thl petit Jury jf composed of Robt T Judy 11 lf opkins 8 L Thoojpsoh Turner vumis A O Hendrix Francis M Curler Lee Goodpaster Thomas McClaln Pi ess Dar rell M T Hendrix Robt Hart Jas It Williams S M Estill JLSnelli Allen R Alfrcy I R Dar ell John EJohnson George P Johnson Thomas L Jones JohntHewitt Jonathan Casslty D- udgell SumuehN Casslty The Court went at the docket in brisk manner and disposed of en teen misdemeanor cases Mon ay afternoon Mile Craig was enun additional sentence oi- lix moiithn for a6 ulting Jailer Junes and captured lit the mime of his brother in Rob ertson county several months la ter RESOLUTIONS OK RESPECT UPON TilE DEATH op MAHTIN JOKES WHO DIED MAY 12 JD06Hullof Hath odge No 55 liund A 11 May 13th 190G To the Worshipful Master Wardens und Craftsmen of Buth Lodge No55 Your commit tee appointed to prepare nppropri ate resolutions us expressive of the sense of this lodge at time death of our fellow craftsman Martin Jones submit time following Bro Jones was tuuilo a Mason in this Lodge taking the first degree Dee 4 1863 He continued in faithful fellowship from the uny of his admission to the day of hi c death a period of 32 years and months During this period of rellmnhijl lie wes evet faithful ns I I r4 = AIfJ J A rs j e1 r 2 1 ltinfp J1si JI V In 11IelChildrens jiaiFor Hafjf SO 25tf 4 Curtain Wfnpery Lboppfpf 54 Ladies C tMt Slprspr f125 U tLn rrs yd 12JO ct Heavy Sio KMtftgs pr Itf- Ladfep j Night Gowns 49 r Ladies f8 prO1 25r7if lComt rind IfUllilh Hack dttfRemntOICASH PAID Kll EGGS 7 E W HEFLIN rt41 6 W jtt I JA atcJ1ral1Kei 1I j C1 1 Wa xhesIUW19ti11eClocks ftgJiy SiIueIkiare lir Glass Obflcal iSoods Commonwealth particularly uJnhnDuIon BnrnesEilgna escapinubeing j1 Graph op ones la Records n I J For Sale at c Bargain Prices 1lef airing at Specialty =true to the pff npfrltff f mrr ancfent torder He Irvcd the life nT af quiet honest OnnsbMttiJn eitfzetr J was a good hiislmntl and talhvfund itilff friend He hits rwsfert tor his onSresjl hftvihir the ffsppet 11cli whnser foftttne h nas fir krntiv him We ft recoratnend theififoptiiis1 of the fol owing reHoloCiiin Resolved Itt trtfnrr etiileneer rrjf j o ur esteeM cart rrp1ct firnyir de ceased trrcrtfcer Urllt we wear tttf 1 thirty ruts ther 3Iit oni budge nf cnonrnirrg and f hut the Forfge helP be suItably draped Inmnntntnuct hat the srerettry fffrnfsh eopie of tfre frroeeriirf2 of tMa LndgrS i to ther family rrf the rffcreitBcd nntli + Bitce tIle same pUillthedi1 Tot OCILOIl8njllt AJbqFoU ie ttCSI GVbGiiU t J Ltev i rAt tlHrrriiislibry Mf WmvPY t est lied Won A K ltoi for 10 r 660 in two cases rns frrr selling whisky try her rainrrr son Don Car i lotf Mohnrlcyarid otto fnr sehlInjSh son anti making x itrntiknrcl af him utter being notified not do so tier son got drunk erich hail to bo nrfested cam us mother blamed Bottom for It 5 J SSS h INSURANCE t li Any one wishing insurance ffl tile Hurst Home Insirmnre Cum pany write to ClttIIIIfin Cad Inlgram at Olympia Ky This cojb tpany pnys itsylnsies Fn toll and J insures against nrtvwind and light niftg mind costs less tbm UhPP r cent f4235r ToWhomltIlayConceuuNotice ing been elected nhd qimliffrd lief Treasurer of Hath ciioMy 1 h t i1testablished my offire In rmnkirnf nltfce of the OwfngBTlllf Hnnkiu i Company Blyarlf or my 0s istanC Zf will be lit nil times nt ftid place ready lt iliehnrgo tire duties r cuinbent upon me ns Treasurer FA W SirAMKI Rt rrfilLlIrnorUlltl County OIIRIII11 Ky Apfil 10 1000 t spl + 7 I2r t f c 4 S 3 t q J 1t h f OwingsvilleOutlook p X OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers KENTUCKYtThe Transvaal mines yielded U04 000000 worth of gold for the year 1903 I f l There is hardly a king In Christen I dOn today whose wife does not over top him by a head In machinery big or little Ameri t 2 cana stand at the head of the class In industrial chemistry they are at 3 the foot of the class L1 The right hand although mire son sltlvc to the touch than the left U f less sensitive than the latter to the i f etred ot heat or cold 1w SBut will all the profits there ai to bo deprived from it you wont suppose S for a moment do you that the sugar trust would permit the fruit crop to fall t If a pan of sliced raw onions 5s placed In a room in which there la diphtheria they will absorb the polo SOn and prevent the dlsdise from spreading Tha onions should be re I newed every day 1 I A bowl gged man usually possesses Iw more than ordinary strength Why P Because his legs in supporting great weight bend In one direction only whereas tho man with straight legs iliInclined to be wabbly Chinas great wall wax recently r w measured by an engineer the height t being given as 18 feet For 1300 miles the wall goes over plain and mountains every foot of the founda lion being of granite and the rest of the strucluro tolld masonry A babys mouth and gums should If be washed every morning In water In which a pinch of borax has been dls solved It keeps the mouth fresh antI 4 FFweet and prevents sore mouth from twhich so many babies suffer when i their mouths are not kept perfectly I clean 4 The thumb and fingers have their own industrial value Two French Lexperts consider that the loss of the right thumb lessens the value of the 4 hand SO per cent and the left thumb 20 per cent the Index finger 10 toper cent and middle finger S to 1 12 per cent A paper overcoat has been Invented The patent Is applied for It sheds waler like a ducks back and is as ageInear probability SI it will be more wonderful than the iron age the steel age or the sfons age 0 I Winston Churchill Brlllsh under e secretary to the colonies Is growing a q1Pmustache and lately he was taking a lady in to dinner she remarked Mr Churchill I like your politics as little aat like your mustache lie replied jb You are not at all likely to come in contact with either Dew Js a greater respecter ot col ore To prove this take pieces of 9 gIssorboard md paint them red yeilowj green and black Expose them 5 at night and you will find that the sJIs cow will be Covered with moisture the green will be damp but that the L red and the black will be left per fectlgdrY hah h tUJ f1I1m a hue secircd a fnL supply r f salni n spawn nail by the erection offish ladders a very large 0 strict has l qen opened that had been cut oft from the salmon for a number otr t years The number of young salmon that will go to fhe ocean this year will bo far greater than In any previous I f tJ year and an exceedingly large run may be expected in 1907 I7 Felix Welngartner the noted com 4 poserconductor In commenting on b American orchestras attributes theirI great success to the fact that they are cosmopolitan In personnel whereas European orchestras excepting pos sibly those in England are largely na tional He thinks French players the most skillful In the woodwind the Germans In the brass The American orchestra conductors seek the best players available without regard to- nationality the only requirement be lug that they excel on their particular Instrument a The ulemas of the University of Al f Azhar have decided as to the phono graph and Insurance that there Is A nothing In Islamic doctrine to forbid I Moslems to listen to the phonograph nnd that If the verses of the Koran s are suitably Intoned from the phono I graph the listener may be Justly con 4 Bldered to be performing an act of j worship a ceremony to which all are greatly devoted Fire and life incur A t ance are however condemned by the J hclK fts a gambling transaction con vt lIttrary In spirit to tire teaching of the n t Ticrra del Fuego is the latest goM 1 field A Etern heel paddle boat Just 1conplcted by A British firm Is to be Kent to Ticrra tlcTFuefib for the pur l 4 pose of carrying thsllnd Brought up 4 by a dredge now at work lu that re glen Gold It Is said has been found In great quantities Ills predicted that the river banks and beds abound z With gold and that within 12 mouths I Ticrra del Fuego will be worldfamous i as a gold producing center far out shining tho famous fields on the Yn kon that have added millions to our More of yellow metal 7 i 4 Clouds are bodies of moisture even orated front the earth and again par ttially condensed in the upper regions I of the air Fogs differ from clou4s y only In one respect they come In contact with the surface of the earth j white clouds are elevated above our heads When tie surface of the air Is warmer than the lower air the vspor of the earth being con t4 IdCflSCl l y the chilled air becomes mist t orfoftf lint when the lower air Is z warmer than the earth the vapor rises i1 through the air and then becomes lolldtt s i The great Napoleons England J 1n e lair which was recently to come fi ffp for sale Is not the only instance of 4 Hie great mans prevlousness with ra z Xard to England at a time when th Invasion was pronouncedly In the air 1r IUt the Municipal museum at Boulogne fc preserved a epic of no great In Value rough as it would exclU 4hej rehenslbie collector It bear 1ry xlhist legend Pescente en Angleterr Frappee aLondres i804and wa r t 1tuck probably1merely lo 1Icklethe t yanity Qr Itnew emperor Only thie- rtt l f cb arekuowiloxjst r 2J3 I tfrt I i b i c IF J rItJp 4 A er 1 Under the Red Robe By STANLEY J WETMAN tpplghtUkbybI4I yi W3sD CHAPTER XllCoNiiMcK- I wish to have a few words with uadcraulsRlle alone I explained Alone ho answered frowning Yes I replied wllliout blenching though Ills race grew dark For the matter of that you can be within call all the time It you please Hut I have a reason for wishing to ride a little way with her To tell her something Yes Then you ran Icll It to me he retorted suspiciously Mademoiselle I will answer for II has no desire to See me or speak to me I said taking him up I can understand that Yet I want to speak to her Very well you can speak to her before me ho answered rudel Let us ride on and Join tier And lin made a movement as It to do so That will not do M iln Coche fore IsaId firmly stopping him with my hand Let me beg you to bn more complalanr It In n small thing to fish but I swear to you If madem oiselle does not grant Itlibe will re pent It all her life Ho looked at me his rare growing darker and darker Tine words ho said presently with a sneer Yet I fancy I understand them Then with a passionate oath he broke nut in a fresh tone But I will not have have not been blind M le llcrault and I understand lint I will not liars It I will have no such Judas bargain made Pardleu do you think I could suffer It and Miow my race again- I 1 dont kuow what you moan I said restraining myself with difficulty I could have struck the fool flirt I know what you mean he replied In a tone of repressed rage You would have her ell herself holt herself body and soul lo you lo savn me Arid yon would liars me stand by and see the thing done Well my answer isneverl though f go to the wheell I will die a gentleman if I have lived a fool I think you will do the one as certainly as you have done the other I retorted in my exasperation And yet- I admired him Oh I am not such a fool he cried scowling at me as you have perhaps thought I have used my eyes Then be good enough now to aver me with your sars I answered dryly And listen when I say that no such bargain hiss ever crossed my mind You were kind enough to think well ot nm last night M do Cocheforet Why should the mention of mademoiselle in a moment change your opinion I wish simply to Speak to her I havo nothing to ask from her neither favor jior anything else And what I say she wilt doubles tell you afterwards del man I Continued angrily what harm can Ito to her in the road In your sight He looked at me sultrily Iris face still ffsh h seyc uspicious What IOI you wan to safe to her ho asked JealousljVjEr oylU unlike himself noncn iance iris careless gaiety were gone You know what Jdo not want lo say to her Mdl oclieforet I an Aw 1bnHe glowered e for u monitut still f1I rontlnt I Then without n word ho made me a gesture to go to fRben score of paces away wonderTns doubtless what was on foot I rode tpwards her She worn hermask so lhatj lost tire expression of tier face as I approached but the manner in which sbcJurned her horses head uncompromisingly icwarde her brother and looked past meas if I were merely a log ib the road was full of meaning I felt the ground suddenly cut from under me I saluted her trembling Mademoiselle I said wlll you grant me the privilege of your company for a few mlnules as we ride To vlat purpose Sir she an- Bprfll In lire coldest voice In whleb I tblnk n woman over spoke to a titan That I may explain to yoii a great many JMngs you do not understand I murmured I prefer to in tIC dark sbe replied And her manner said more than her worrts But Mademoiselle I pleaded I would not be dlscouragedyou told me one day that you would sorer judge me hastily ajaln Facts Judge you not I Sir she answered Icily I am not sufficiently on a level with you to be abe to judge youI thank God shivered though the sun was on mo end the hollow where we stood was warm still once before yoq thought tile same I exclaimed Afterwards wrongItImpossible she said That stung me No I sold fiercely It Is not impossible It is you who- Re Impossible It Is you who IIU lnarllens Mudemokeile I have done much Very much in the last three dare to mako things lighter for you I ask you now to do something for ice which can cost you nothing Nothing she answered slowly and her scornful voice cut me us if It had been a knife Do you think Mon eleur it costs me nothing to lose my IIspeakme nothing lo be here where r every look yon cast on me Is an dI every breath I take in your presence contamination Nothing Monsieur She laughed in bitter irony Oh INI iwie something But something which- I despair of making clear to you I sat for a moment in my saddle shaken and quivering with pain It bad been one thing to feel that she tinted and scorned rue 10 know that the trust anti confidence which alia bad begun to place In me were changed to loathing It vas anoUierto listen to her hard pitileSs wordsto change color under the lash of her gibing tongue For a moment could not find OLE BULL AND HIS KING faiunim Mnslclan Won Hla Royal high from Anger to Admiration Few tales are told Indeed which tie finer than that of the encounter lu earlier years with thIs kings fatter the old Bernadotte himself writes Marswet 13 Noble In QlB Bull usa kinguy p c l i ulIrdra 21 LlI Ll 1 r J f olce to Answer her Ther I pointed to Idthe Cochcfoict Do you love him said hoarsely roughly The gibing fonJ bail passed front her voice to mine She did not answer Because if you do continued you will let me tell my laIn Say no but once more Mademoiselle am only human utid en And you will reprit- it nil your life I had done better had I taken that lone from tire beginning She winced her heath drooped abs seemed lo grow smaller All In a moment ns It were her pride collapsed I will hear you she answered feebly Then WR will ride on If you please said keeping the advantage I had gained You need not fear Your brother will follow I caught until of her rein and turned her horse antI slit suffered It without demur In u moment we were racing stile by side the long straight road before us At the end where it topped- the hill could see the nncerpflsl- two faint black lines against thus sky When we reached that Involuntarily I checked my horse aud made It move more slowly Well Sir she said Impatiently And her figure shook as It with cold It li a tale I desire to tell you Mademoiselle I answered speaking with effort Perhaps may seem to begin a long way off but before I end promise to Interest Two months HRO there was living in Paris a man perhaps a hail man at any rate liy common report n hard mart SIte turned to ma suddenly her eyes gloaming through her mask Oh Ion lful unaro me this she said iuiln rrnrnfiilly will take It for grantedVery well I replied steadfastly Good or haul this man one day in defiance of the cardinals edict ncaitut duelling fought with a young Englishman behind St Tacques rhtirrli The Englishman bad Influence the person of whom I speak haul none arid an indifferent name he was ar rested thrown Into the chatelet cast for death left for days to face death At the lust nn offer was made to him If ho would seek out and deliver up another man an outlaw with a prlcu upon his head be should himself go freeI paused and drew a deep brcalh Then I continued looking not at her butt into the distance Mademoi selle It seeina easy now to say what course he ehould tiara chosen It seems hard now to find excuses for him Hilt there was ono thing which I plead for him The task he was asked to undertake was a dangerous one He risked ha knew he must risk and tho event proved him right his life against the life of tbls unknown man And ono thing morethere was time before hint Tire outlaw might be tak fll by another might be killed might die might But there Mademoiselle we know what answer this person made He took the baser course and on his honor on his parole with money supplied to him went free free on the condition that he delivered up this other man- I paused again but I did not dare to look at her and after a moment of silence I resumed Some portion ot tho second halt of this story yap know Mademoiselle LitnoL all lice it that this man came down ftV remote village and theJe at a risk but Heaven knows bat ly enough found hula way Into his victims home tOnc f there his heart negn to fail him Had ho found the house gar rlsoned men he might haje pressed on ttkhls end with little morse But he round ere only two helpless loyal xvomert an4Iiay again that from the flrst our of his entrance he sickened of tlfc work ih p had Jt1d eJIl be pursued it TTe bad and lr there was ono tradition of his race irhlch this man hai never brok en i lvas that ot fidelity to his side to the man that paid bitty But be prurrntd It with only S mind In great misery sometimes If will be- herd me In agonies of shame Grad tintlj however almost against Ills will the drama worked Itself out be fore him until heneeed only one thing I looked at tnuderaolsfllc Due list head was alrt lr could gather nothing front the outiinfa of her form- A I went on Do not misunder stand me I said In a lower voice Do not misunderstand what I am go- Ing to say next This Is no love story nd can have no ending such as TO manctis lure to set to their tales But I am bound to mention Mademoiselle that this man who had lived about inns and eatinghouses and at the gam ingtables almost all his days met lucre for the first time for years a good woman and learned by the light of her loyalty and devotion to see what Ills life had been and what was the real nature of tire work ha was doing t think nay I knowthat it added n hundredfold to his misery that xvhen be learned at last the secret ho hail comu to surprise lie learned It from her lips and in such a way that had he felt no shame hell could have been on place for him She thought mid halt reason to think that tha moment ho knew her secret ho went out not even closing the door and used it nut tbe truth was Ibttt while her words were Ftitl In tile ears news came to him that others had thus secret and hart he not gone out on the Instant and clonu what be did and forestalled thorn M tJft Cocheforiit would have been lakeii butt tiy others- Madtmolselld broke her long silence so suddenly that tier horse sprang for ward Would to Heaven he bad she walled Been taken by others I ex claimed startled nut of my false com posure Oh yes yes she answered pas sionately Why did you not tell me Why did you not confess lo me even then Ioh no more No more she continued In a piteous voice I have heard enough You are racking my heart M da Oerault Some day I will ask Gad to give me strength to forgive you But your hasa not heard me out I repliedI Ui hear no more she answered In a voice she vainly strove to render steady To what end Can I say more than I have said Did you think I could forgive you now with him behind ua going to bis death Ob no no sbo continued Leave me J implore you to leave me I am not well She dropped over tier horses nick log himself up Inquired When has v Norwegian shown himself disloyal to the king Then without waiting for an answer be announced that tie most at puce take leave Upon this ube king turned to him with an Imperious t command you to stay Hut the sIn llnlst shrugged his shoulders and re plied Then I will see sire whether a Norwegian remains free In the palace of the king of Sweden At this at Ole Bull would tells when recounting the seine there came into tbe face ot the nsonarchthe most winning amIU It IU as sIte spoke and began to weep st passionately that tbe tears ran down her cheeks tnder her mask nnJ fut unit sparkler like dew on thin mane hcfoto her while her sobs shook her so painfully that thought she must fall I stretched out my hand instinct Ively to give her help lout she shrank from me No shin gasped betweon her sobs Do not touch me There ia too witch between us Yet lbcr must be one thing more between us answered firmly You must listen to me a little longer whether you will or no Mademoiselle for tIre love your bear to your brother There Is one course still optn to mo by which may redeem my honor It has been in my mind for some tune back to take that course Today I atn lharkfnl to say I can lake It diner fully It not without regret with a steadfast heart It with no liht out Mademoiselle I continued earnestly reeling none of the triumph none of the vanity I trail foreseen but only Joy in the joy I could Rive her I thank God that It is sllll In my power lo RO lack to him who sent ma au l telling him that have changed try mind and will hear my own burdens to pay tire penalty We were within n hundred yucca of the brow ot the bill foul the flngerpcsl tunis She cried out wildly that she lid not understand What is It your have Just uaid 7 she murmured I cannot hear And she hogan to tumble with he rihbon ot her mask Only this Mademoiselle I answered gently give hick to your brother Iris word and his parole Front thin moment be Is free to go whither bo pleases You shall tell nlm so front me Here where we stand loin roads meet That to tho right goes to Moutauban where your have doubtlcsi friends and can lie hid for a lime or that to the left leads to Bordeaux where you can take ship if you please Anti in a word Mademoiselle I on tinned ending n lilt Ie feebly hope that your troubles are now over She turned her fare to meWe had both come to a slandsllll and plucked at tbc fastenings of her mask But her trembling fingers had knotted the string and In a moment she dropped her hands with a cry of despair And your You she said in a voice ao charged I should not have known It for hers What will you do I do not understand This mask I cannot hear Them Is a third road I answered It leads to Paris That Is toy road Mademoiselle We part here But why Wiry she cried wildly Because from today t would fain begin to be honorable I answered la n low voice Because I dare not be generous at anothers cost I must so back to the chatelet She tried feverishly to rals her mask with her hand 18mnot well she stammered I cannot breatheShe so violently In her sad die as she spoke that I sprang down and running round her horses tread was Just In time to catch tier as she BTA1UNU AFTER ME fell She was not quite unconscious then for as I supported her she anti muted Leave me Leave me am not worthy that you should touch me Those words made me happy I car tied her to the bank my heart on tire and laid her against it Just as 1lIt Cocheforet rode up He sprang from his horse Iris eyes blazing with anger What Is this he riled harshly What have you bets saying to her manShe will tell you I answered dry lymy composure returning Under bis eye amongst other things that you aro free From this moment M de Cocbeforet I glee you back your pa role and take my own honor Farewell Ho cried out something as I mounted but I did not stay to hear or answer I dashed the spurs into ray morse and road away vast the crossroads past the fingerpost away with tIme level upland stretching before me dry bare almost treeless and behind me till loved Once when I had gone a hundred yards looked back aud saw him standing upright against Ibo sky staring after pre across her body And again I looked back This time I saw only the slender wooden cross arid below it a dark blurred mum ITo bit Continued llollxrblld anil use SocIalljg It Is related ot Baron Alphonse de Rothschild that on one occasion three strangers called at his banking house They saul they bad heen deputed by a committee to Inform him that a movement then on foot at no distant day would compel all rich men to aid In redistribution of wealth anti that his name headed the list The baron listened patiently and then drew a street of paper toward him Please tell me the population of France and her colonies he said One of his visitors gave the desired information whereupon M de Rothccblld made some calculations at the conclusion of which be said According to your estimate gentlemen my fortune divided equally represents three cents to each man I hue much pleasure In giving you your share now So saying and to the astonishment of his visitors he ten dered three cents to each and politely bowed them out PltUburg Dispatch had ever seen on a human counte ancp and putting out his trend Impul lIve I Bernadolle exclaimed UNat I beg you to remain A prince should hear the opinions of all his people The talk which then resulted was till basis of deep confidence on both sides rjxtravaiiaBt In EverythIng Mrs Nuewed Mrs Oldwlfe hat bad two new dresses to my one Mr Nuewed Quite so tiny dear but Mrs Oldwlfe baa hail two butfatxlt n your one Stray Storiu 5 FUNERALS DELAYED Many Bodies Jiemain Uiiburiert on Account of Drivers Strike FulneralsUnder Police ProtectionI New York The slrlke of 1500 funeral drivers has tied up tho undertaking business in New York city so completely that about one hun dred and fifty bodies remained unbur led Hearses anti carriages were driv en away from churches mourners were kept waiting all day in homes of the dead and In several Instances non union drivers of hearses and carriages were attacked In the street and police protection became necessary Several undertakers asked the board of health for permits to postpone bur Iiil beyond the fourday limit while others sought permission to convey bodies to the cemetery on trucks or street cars under police protection In every case permission to use street cars for funeral vehicles was denied but in cases where death had occurred front contagious diseases and immedi ate burial was required undertakers were forced to make use of their cot tin wagons or such other vehicles as they could procure Tho strikers declared that their fight for 14 a week Instead of 12 is on in earnest Their employers tho Coach Owners association met anti decided not to grant the increase PAPER TRUST SURRENDERS The Suit Has Been Prosecuted With Vigor By the Government St Paul lInn The United States government secured an un conditional surrender In the United States circuit court before Judge San born of the paper trust against which tho attorney general began n suit to dissolve a combination between tho General Paper Co and 23 other defendants on the ground that an agree ment had been entered into by the de fcndanls in restraint of Interstate com merceThe suit is one that has been prose cuted with vigor by the government which has been backed by the Amen can Newspaper Publishers association Suit was brought last year at St Paul The suit was brought In the northwest on account of the large number of wood pulp paper factories turning out material for the dally papers located in that section The fact that the government wins all its points may result In other cases and Is considered a great victory for the government and for the ones back of the prosecution CONGRESS BREAKS RECORD On Pension Legislation and Senate Still Talks Rate Bill Washington Three hundred and twenty pension bills wero passed by tire house In one hour and a halt This record has never been equaled in the disposition ot pension legislationMr made a vigorous attack upon the courtmartial system of the navy and especially criticised the offi corn responsible for the accidents that have happened to ships of the navy The house committee on foreign af fairs authorized favorable report ou the diplomatic and consular appropria tions billn measure as amended eaTl1tS 4retorT44oOo iiiflcrease10t at6ntt a quarter of a million Senator Bnll s non suspension amendment applying to orders of tine interstate commerce commission as covered by the railroad rate bill which has occupied so much of the attention of the senate in connection with that bill was adversely disposed of by the decisive vote of 23 to 61 The rate bill Is still under discussion DOWIE IS DYINGAGAIN Fist Apostle Is Said To Be Near Ing Critical Stage Chicago The condition of John Alexander Dowie is said to bo nearing a critical stage The venera ble First Apostle has taken to his lied and his strength is failing The swelling of the extremities which Is a noticeable characteristic of his afflic tion Is said to have extended within a few inches of the heart Dr Blanks who has been in attendance upon Dowlc since his return from Mexico said that he might by reason of his great vltallly live a week or ten days but that a fatal termination of the dis ease within two or three days will not but surprising Hoppe Breaks Worlds Record Chicago The worlds record high rUn at 18Inch balk two in was broken by Willie Hoppe who set the new mark at 107 The former record wasJield by Louis Cure at 253 Hoppo made the record in the finmo with Jake Schaefer whom he defeated In mIght innings by the score of 500 to 193 Womens Relief Corps Meeting Superior Neb Late general orders from national headquarters of tire Womens Relief Corps here by President Abbie Adams announce that Ihl24thnational convention of the organization will be held in Minneapolis August 1G and 17- Bribery Extraditable London The extradition bill covering the convention between the Balfour government antI the Unit ed States for the Inclusion of briber among extraditable crimes passed It second reading In the house of lords Big Forest Fire Butte Mont Sand Point Ida advices state that a destructive forest fire is burning within a few miles of that place Sparks from tho engines of the Great Northern trains started the fire which has now burned beyond all control Company Has 12000000 Albany N Y The Electric Properties Co of New York with which John P Wallace former chief engineer ot the Panama canal is to be Identified was incorporated here with a capital of 12000000 Coal Mln rim Passes London The coal mines bill the obje4of which Is to grain ally reduce the hours ot work till thy reach the eighthour limit in 1909 with out reducing wages was passed unan imously on second reading In the house of lords The bill affects 670 000 persons Spitting of Vesuvius Diminishing Naples The eruption of Mt Vesu vius is diminishing The ash us have now taken the direction of 1ompcll and Ottajano while sonic ashes have fallen at Somma u t ct 7i 7i K- STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST I HOME COMING WEEK Gov Beckham issues a Proclamation I Commanding All the Faithful Frankfort Ky May 11ln summon hug the 600000 exKentucklans now residing In other states to return to Louisville for Home coming week June 13 to 17 Gov Deckham Issued a proclamation in which he says In part Wherever you havo wandered Into whatever lands or climes you may have gone your arc now by parental authority summoned back to the proud old state that gave birth to you or to your forefathers A joyous welcome awaits you As the genial sun ofI spring warms Into life the beauties of nature so will kindly glances and friendly grasps of your old friends in Kentucky Inspire in you It possible a greater and tenderer love for the state you once left Now therefore as governor of the commonwealth at Kentucky I J C W Bockham do by these presents and by the authority of the parent which Kentucky claims over all her children even unto the third and fourth generations command each and every former Kentuckian whether separated from us by imaginary state lines or broad seas to come back home FOR HOWARDS BOY Col Lum Simons Touched By Goebel Murder Prisoners Story Louisville Ky May 11 Although confined to his bed a victim of the gout Col Lum Simons a few days ago forgot his own sufferings long enough to plant In the heart of despair the flower of hope for one lad who was without any means of support Through his generosity Col Simons has made it possible for Earl Howard the 10yearold son of James B How ard convicted of tire murder of Wil liam Goebel to receive the best scholastic training that can be given him Young Howard will be sent at once to London Ky where he wlll remain for the next two years When he Is prepared to enter college Col Simons will send him to one of the leading univer cities FINED THEM 5 Gooch and Grossman Didnt Respond To a Summons Covington Ky May 10For failure to respond to summons for jury serv ice last week exCongressman D Linn Gooch and Adam Grossman a well known Cincinnati business man were fined 5 by Judge Shaw When they did not answer to roll call of jurors Judge Shaw ordered attachments to be issued for them and on taking up the cases the court said We simply must have respect for the jury laws Mr Gooch tells me he forgot that he had been summoned Lest he forget again I assess him a fine of 5 Grossman says he thought his AdamI mons read for him to come on instead of May 1 venture to it had been a bill for harness there would have been no such mistake A fine of 5 must go for the mistake BY THE BARKEEP Paule Who Was Forbidden the Place Was Killed iniersM12OttIe Paulo whoso home la at McKinney Ky but who has been employed here by Casey Co railroad contractors was shot anti killed by Charles Brown bartend er for Spann Co Paule was for bidden the place but went there and was ordered out by Brown In the quarrel that followed Paule was shot antI died a few hours later at the Som erset sanitarium Brown was released on 1000 after the shooting but was put under guard again when Paule died Paule Is reputed to have killed a woman at Liberty Ky and it Is claimed he was paroled from the pen where he was sentenced for 21 years for killing a man- American Reserve Business Lexington Ky May 12T C Rog ers receiver for the American Bond Reserve Co and Southern Mutual Investment Co has gone to Louisville to consult Attorney Charles H Shields In regard to filing intervening petition with receivership appointment in St Louis Filing of this petition will be the next step taken by Rogers to secure contract of assets of American Reserve Bond Co for distribution among bondholders Rogers will file intervening petition within the next two weeks unless prevented by St Louis courts Mysterious Visit Frankfort Ky May 10A delegar tion from Louisville including Rev E L Powell Rev Francis Beattie Rev Peyton Hose spent an hour in conference with Coy Beckbam Their visit is a mystery Road Under the Hammer Mt Sterling Ky layl1The property of the Morehcad and West Liberty railroad In Rowan county will be sold in Morchead on Monday June 11 Tho order of sale was asked for by mechanics who hold A lien for construction Upset price 30000 Picked Up Live Wire Hopkinsvllle Ky May 10Henry Grove aged 12 son of B F Grove a wellknown citizen picked up a live electric wire pad as a result will lose two fingers oft his right hand and may die President Cant Attend Washington May 11 President Roosevelt received through Senator Blackburn an invitation to attend on June 7 the commencement exercises of the Kentucky State college at Lexing ton The president said It would be impossible to accept the invitation Mlllersburg Goes Dry Paris Ky May 1LThe local option election at Millcrsburg resulted In a victory for the drys by 20 ma jority The election was hotly con tested and many unique features developed Flour Mill Destroyed Frankfort Ky May ItFire de stroyed the flour mill of the Peoples Supply Co located In Switzer six miles out in the county The loss Is about 1500 Double Saloon License Princeton Ky May ItThe city council of Princeton has passed an ordinance increasing saloon license from 500 to 1000 per annum Mayfleld Ky May 9A street railway franchise was sold here the high Pet bidder being Pete Burnett ath6 rREDUCTION OF BURLEY Tobacco Acreage Recommended By President Stuart Mt Sterling Ky May 12The Kentucky and Ohio Burley Tobacco association has begun making arrange ments to control the crop of burley to b cco raised this year The organiza tion has been held Intact during the winter and Archibald Stuart president has sent out letters of encouragement to growers insisting on their standing firm He urges the curtailing of the acreage by 33 per cent this year and says that he believes a small crop will command an average price of 14 cents per pound The organization cquntiesbe gone over and permanent officers elected The company Is now In a safe way for finances with which to handle the crop and It is stated work will at once begin toward securing the pledge of 90 per cent of the tobacco raised In burley territory The rats ers who entered Into the contract last year realized better prices than they would have done and the catlons point to a successful realization of thoIhopes of the president and his elates The company will have strong er backing against the trust this year than ever before RECENT ACT Legislature on Turnpike Bonds Upheld By Court of Appeals Frankfort Ky May 12The case of Anna Durrctt vs Sheriff of Kentou county was affirmed by the court of appeals The judgment upholds the validity of the act of the recent legis lature which provided for the redemp tion of the Kenton county turnpike bonds Issued under a plan that was held to be unjust by the courts In summing up the case the opinion says The power of fixing the burden of taxation to meet the Indebtedness arising from the construction of turn pikes in Kenton county being originally possessed by the legislature when it was afterward ascertained that the first plan was unjust and In equitable it was within the province of the lawmaking power to readjust this burden upon a now and more equitable plan The court also affirmed the case of the trustees of the Latonia graded school vs the Latonia board of educa tion from Kenton county and held that the board is entitled to immediate pos session and control of all Latonlai school property COL GAINES RETIRES No Longer Inspector General of the State Guard Frankfort Ky May ItIt Is stated at the department of the adjutant general that Col Noel Gaines who has for several years held the place of inspector general of the state guard hall retired from that position Gen Hen ry R Lawrence fills the place on approval of the governor Col Gaines had just returned here from an inspec tion of the several companies of the guard in connection with an officer of the United States army SUITJAgainst the Republican Committee Has Caused a Sensation Paris Ky May 12A sensation was created here when It became known that James D McClintock hall filed suit for 25000 damages against the seven members of the republican county committee who recently passed resolutions expelling him from the re publican party and appointing set geantatarms to keep him out of patti meetings The resolutions also cen sured him They were later declared by committee as not approved by them WANTED INJUNCTION But Postponement Is Made To Enable Miners To Move Covington Ky May 10An appli cation for a restraining order against striking miners and officers of the United Mine Workers of America at Stearns Ky was brought to the clerk of the United States court by Attor nay t N Sharp of Williamsburg but was not filed because in the meantime further time was granted the striking miners to move out of the companys houses in Whitley county New Lexington Line Mt Sterling Ky May 12 Toe Par isMr Sterling Electric Railway Co was incorporated with a capital ol 100000 The Incorporators are J M Blgstaff H C McKee Mt Ster ling H A Power H J tscelf It C Talbott Paris J T Collins and W X Thomason North Middletpwn Died Returning From Funeral Lexington Ky May 12Whlle returning from the funeral oCIiBtary McPherson who was burned to death Mrs John Chambers her lifelong friend stopped at a neighbors to rest and dropped dead as she was Bitting down to dinner Saloonltts Raise Defense Fund Lexington Ky May laLocal sa loon keepers declare nearly every one of the 144 saloons wllLbe opened Sunday despite Mayor Thomas A Oomb orders contrary and subscrlbetl35CPu- to test the constitutionality oHhe law To Organize Company Mt Sterling Ky May 11W A Tbomason and John T Collins ol North Mlddletown were In cfensulta thou regarding the ParisJit Sterling electric line The company will be or ganized as all preliminary details have been completed Fatal School Quarrel West Liberty Ky May ILHenry Kelley stabbed to death James Porter in the county superintendents office at Sandy Hook They had a disagreement over a school Both belonged to large and influential families Both Drop Dead Fulton Ky May 10 James L Tay her dropped dead at the home of his neighbor W L Howard just outside this city and as a remarkable coincidence news was received here that his daughter dropped dead the night before Child Boiled Alive Columbia Ky May 10A horrible accident occurred at the home of Mr and Mrs Horace Massie near Cano Valley Adair county Their little son Wlllie- vfell into a tub of boiling water and was literally boiled 1 W d rt CORDIAL INYITATI ADDESSEDTOWQRKlHG GIflLS 4 Miss flarrows Tells flow Mrs Pink hams Advice HelpeWorking Girls Girls who work are particularly susceptible to fe I rn a ic disorders especially those are obliged y tostandontheirfeet I lag until night in r stores or facto rica Day in and day jI out the girl toils iend she is often the breadwinner of the family Whether she is sick or well whether It rains or shines she must get to her of employment perform the duties exacted of her smile and be agreeable Among this class the symptoms of female diseases are early manifest by weak and aching bac pale in the lower limbs and lower part of the stomach In consequence of frequent wetting df the feet periods become painful and irregular and frequently there are faint and dizzy spells with loss of appetite until life is a burden All these symptoms point to a de rangement of the female organism which can be easily and promptly cured by Lydia E P nkhams Vegeta ble Compound Miss Abby F Barrows Kclsonvillc Athens Co Ohio tells what this great medicine did for her She writes Dear Mrs Pinlsham goodIiand BMd Purifier have done forms Before I took them I was very nervous bad dull headaches polcajui back and periods were irregular I had beeto several doctors anti thev did me no good r iade meIlandstrong I can do most any kind of wor t without complaint and my periods art all right I urn in better health than ever was and I know it is all duets your remedies I recommend your advice and medicine to all who suffer It is to such girls that Mrs Pink ham holds out a helping hand anti ex tip tends a cordial invitation to correspond with her She is daughterinlaw of Lydia E Pinkhara and for twentyfi ve years has been advising sick women free of charge Her long record of success in treating womans ills makes her letters of advice of untold value to every ailing working girl Address 9Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass TwinfyFin BisMi of Wheat it th ACM means a productln tcapacity io ol orerilt per acre whicthainothing but tha price It IU own story PfTirefit to eTery sett leMtO acres ofsucb land Lends adjoining can be purchased at from M ta fto per acre from railroad sod other corpora tlons Already 175000 farmers from the United States harermade their homes in Canada For pamphlet Twentieth Century Canada and all information apply to ScrERiXTBNDBXT or IVMIOATIOV Ottawa Canada or to the following anthoriied Canadian Government Agenta MWILIIAM8 BnlUlnsToledoO IiinfloiLktspapvr FLOATING PACTS Bank of England notes cost a halt penny apiece to produce The Church of England has an In come of 15600000 a year In the Indian ocean only 730 out oi 16300 islands art inhabited in March 1646 Japanese left the Hawaiian A watch taken to the top of Mobnt Blanc will gain 36 seconds ii 24 hours A ray of light could move eight times around tins globe between the tick of a watch Rain Is never known to fall in the region between the first and second cataracts of the Nile + Never In the history of parliament have Iris full number of members been present at one sitting Wood Intended to be made law pianos requires to be kept 40 years to be In perfect condition It Is estimated that 80000000 4 worth of British treasure lies sunk J along the route from England to India There are more accidental deaths from drowning cery year In most countries than from any other cause 8TBAT STATISTICS The average amount ot sickness In human life Is ten days per annuau Only one couple In over 11000 live to celebrate their diamond wedding British South Africa has a popula tion of 1133755 white people and 3 301355 negroes White Europe has 107 people to the square mile Asia has but 58 Africa 11 and Australasia one and onehalf During the lifetime of a healthy hen she will lay from 300 to 600 eggs Her best laying capacity is durng her sec cad year In France out of every 1000 inhab itants 123 are more than 10 years old as against 73 la England and 78 In SGermany It Is stated that there are about 225000 miles of cable in all at the bet torn ot the sea Etch mile costs about 11000 to lay Shocking Precocity What is the result naked the 4 teacher of the primary class In arith metic when you put two uid two to getherr A huh lisped the curlfhcaded little girl in the fconV row Chicago Tribune All In the Reach The way to reach or to attain to anything is to bend oneself toward it I with air ones might and we approxi mate It just in proportion to the in tensity and the persistence of our ef fort to attain It Success Magazine TRANSFORMATIONS Curious Eesults When Coffee Drinkt ing la Abandoned t It is almost as hard for an old coffee toper to quit the Jso of coffee as it Is for a whisky or tobacc S3lv to break off except that the coffee user caa quit cot fee and take up Postum FooOoffen without any feeling of a loss oi tamorning beverage for when Postum 13 well boiled and served with cream it Is really better In point of flavor than jmost of the coffee served nowadays and to the taste of the connoisseur It la like the flavor of fine Java A great transformation takes place in the body within ten days or two weeks after coffee Is left off and Postum Food toffee used for the reason that the poi son to the nerves has been discontinued and in its place is taken a liquid that contains the most powerful elements of nourishment a It is easy to male this test and prove t these statements by changing from cof i foe to Postum Food Coffee Theres a reason fr a 4 or c l rS Pharaohs Magicians 5J A STORY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLES FREW0Mat BJ tM lilahI udIJwa prackr 0 VT 1C0yilgbtlSOSby WII Edion- Scripture AuthorltyExodug p16 1 19 TIM 38 iii EVER before had the great temple at Memphis been so unclean For days yes nnd nights the army of attendants had been struggling to clear the great courts and areas of the dead carcasses of frogs and they had had no time to remove the dust and dirt which had accum ulated And as though this filthy condition was not enough annoyance to p the priests whose religious rites and i ceremonies required such rigid tath Ing and cleansing the stench arising the heaps of dead frogs in the jCromspaces about th temple tilled the made the situation almlt u q Jannes and Jamferet tie chief priests of the temple were In any 1 thlng but an amiable mood and as ey passed through the court of the aple on the way to their apart c ucats they lifted their white linen I t robes high that they might not be i pmlrched by the filth on the pavement ahd grumbled as the went Noticing slow movements of one of the at I Ethe Jambres angrily exclaimed Faster You will never get this filth cleaned out at such a pace as 1 that t I4The poor fellow too weary almost to feel resentment tried to hasten hist l efforts and Jannes with more feeling r than his colleague said tt iBut they have been laboring day 1 Mind to rid thee place of the frogs an Ill Is no wonder they are iteary Curses be upon the Hebrew f jwho have brought this upon us Aye but we may be thankful that the king is more than ever incensed kagainstthem and it is certain that l fewill not let them go as they have v requested responded Jambres Y Had we not boldly withstood him S l = though after he had pleaded with More to ask his God to remove tha w JiwiVuwnie pests I fear he might have I t yielded p tl Yea h fJ we cot tell him that y g just as tUs uir ters of Egypt iwould recotv IV eshness to would this plgjo llt Are the gods of Egypt dcid thte should I listen to a despised HflrvThey bad now entered tt private apartments which they fooiU AS filthy as the other portions of u3 temple Seating themselves they Continued I 4 their conversation t They had just returnee rom the palace Where they ha i u discuss leg tho situation wlflt p toTheE feeling of hatred ri tes and Aaron burned fier tielr breasts 5Z for they secret I elr growing powerand wre rnsive of their next movv Where obtained lie this skill Jannes exfalmed at last while he v poked with his staff in the dust on the vy t I an aluiiessr sort 0f way yJe fore have ariy possessed s4ch powers ouUlde of the priesthood Jltof Egypt and thqu knowest how such 4L i i skill is obulnfd by usonly after the prietlcetLS through just vi ve were on theI i eve otwtccety URIu1Pd Jambrei llu be no Moses whor v of ourcarefully laid plans thats sure zS jt j But whats that1 be erica pointing rLi excitedly al Jhe dust through which hisVIt appeared to become I lueuly sal tnatedHBBd the thi I vering upon tlleftoorand frirruMKe jut the room became a wriggJi moving mass Jr With a tartJedy if mingled feir u and horror thytwo men forgetful of their plett dignity sprang upon the 5tbairsfere they were sitting but 1 VWO there the squirming mass fol lowed xthcm and the rustle of their t robes aUrted a cloud of dust tint was trnsformec in its flight into the same lIttle green mites and these set tied upon themupon their heads and hands j and faces and covered ther robes tad quickly burrowed within and crawled over the fteshof the SbodyI Their disgust and terror was now augmented by the pain caused by the creeping crawling biting things and rushedJcourt But ihcre there was even great I er confusion 1 The attendants who 4ri had been busily cleaning the temple r were Jumping and running about as- though sad They were tearing their scant attire from them and slappln 4 4 and rubbing their bodies first here r anti then there The temple was fair Tk ly alive with the loathsome mites si The Boor was literally a Tolling squirming sea of them and the men as 1 3aslimy and slippery mass SLtJht moment a runnerhurst into 7 tMlr tkCIlJllag loudly that tne F king Had sent for his magicians de manding that they coae at once tot jthepalace for he was In us rest4 Despite their discomfort Janne ad 4tI Jambres started at once AK Uejr jseed the apartment where the sa credcats wets kept the most horrible openedcpast them like a flight of arrows scores tl1 of the heists maddened by the irri tatlagilice The sacred bull could be heard iortlng and rearing about in Its quartets and the rattle and snap toldi1j the wiT fcej law the people excitedly run about and trying frantically 4 rid themselves of the little pests i that covered them And they too 1 t were t aghtlng the lice desperately ak Kr hIuhIRV and shnVfr In driVB thaiS iq f J jilii j 11 ic4 is a Risersi with a I1tIa aa Mratil laeleclr l ri yintttw an l ku ao ubetltute jfreivfM MfteWlr la the land where tv fyyrMiiH leuea India em e fers4aen araoBs Im mica mining t1i f It fcp any otk r aid Use ares covered f J 51by Jea dejwtlts the largest known if ylel A lB m2 685 tons from 200 IB1iae i Tke system followed to open r 1Z 47 cuts ftoac1outcroPSorhe mines 2tbere are and to jUUriiiU yltkfroftcttU i rikt MJ i k1 4If I i LI Iii w + 4ZYj t J1 a l C urA if 1 t fi i 1 J bt i j 0 Jt raway but as fast as they got rlJ ot those already upon them others sprang up from the dust beneath their feet This is more of that man Moses work snarled Jannes shaking him self impatiently But Jambres WIS too uiisy rubbing and scratching him self and trying to obtain relief from the lice to make reply And thus in stead of their stately dignified on trance to the kings presence they en tered his apartments with nervous halting steps and found him in like distress of body for In place of the cold serenity and haughty dignity with which he invariably received his offi daIs he moved uneasily on his throne and then nervously rose and shook himself and took his seat again As his eyes felt upon Jannes and Jam bre3 sis face somewhat lightened and he cried excitedly What means this dreadful visItatIons Let us see by thy enchantments If thou too can brliifi forth these lice Then shall I know thit Moses God Is no god at nil Then were Jannes and Jambres filled with confusion by the words of the king for they had taken no thought as to the manner of calling forth the lice as Moses had done They knew not what reply to make to their lord and stood in embarrassed silence before him Recovering their selfpossession at last however they cleverly parried for- Um saying Know 0 king that In so Important er all thy magicians and Forcer the temple must be summoned iv c zany have the help of all those who serve before the gods of Egypt Bullet not thy heart be troubled in this thy distress Have we not shown Pharaoh the turning of the water to blood anti the calling forth Of frogs even as Moses did and shall We tot again triumph Go then cried Pharaoh Impatient ly And return at once for I shall be awaiting thee here Soon In answer to the hasty sum mon the magicians and sorcerers fcf Egypt were hurrying to the palace from every direction and held hasty con sultation with Jannes and Jambres who delayed the return to the royal presence so long that the king unwill ing to wait longer sent imperative word that they appear Then was begun a most desperate struggle upon the part of the kingo magicians to turn the dust to lice Their wierd chanting filled the great hall where they were gathered They tried all their enchantments and In the fren zy of desperation beat their breasts and called upon their gods to hear and an swer but there came no answering sign With eager intensity Pharaoh watched every move of his magicians and when they threw themselves upon the ground before him in token of their failure he waved them to one side and called Let Jannes and Jambres appear They shall not fall us even as they did not when the rivers were turned to blood and the frogs appeared Again the chanting began the at tendant priests keeping time to the movements of Jannes and Jambres who now came and stood before the king But at last after exhausting themselves In their efforts they sank to the ground as the others had done and a solemn stillness as of death fell upon the place Pharaoh sat as one turned to stone a look almost of scorn upon his face which hardened Into an expression ot bitted hatred as the moments of tense agony dragged themselves out At last one of the magicians crept to his side and whispered In a voice that fairly quivered with the tensity of its suppressed awe and terror This is the finger of God Another emboldened by the action of the first also stepped forward and re peated the words Yea It Is the finger of Godl Another and another and still an other did likewise until at last Jannen and Jambres were alone and still prostrate upon the ground at the feet of Pharaoh Had they not heard Would they too admit the superiority of Moses God The eyes of the king burned like coals of fire as ho looked upon them Higher and higher he lifted his Imperious head More and more rigid became his form the intense tragic whisper reverberated through the room This is the finger of Godl The hissing piercing echo had scarcely died away among the lofty pillars of the vaulted hall when Jannes and Jambres leaped to their feet with a fierce angry cry which made oven Pharaoh start upon his throne Traitors to the gods of Egypt they shouted pointing their accusing fingers at them and swaying their bodies in the intensity of their emotions Traitors Think you that Moses shall prevail Not while Jannes and Jambres can withstand Moses to his face Let Pharaoh not falter This plague like the others will pass The gods of Egypt will finally triumph Slowly Pharaoh rose until his tower ing height seemed to overshadow all There was a glitter in his eye and a cruel hard smile played over his fea tures as he again waved the magicians at his side away and exclaimed Jannes and Jambres have spoken Hear ye them A Dead lions See here Aunt Dinah I sent two brandnew shirts of my husbands to the wash last week and you have brought only one back Now wliat have you done with the other Yes Miss Lulu maam I was com ing round to the qucsion of dat dar shut You knows dat I aint a pus son dat pretends to one thing and pretends to anudder sp Ise agwine to tell the tnif bout dat shut It ns dlsaway My ole man he up and filed las week and de Bural Sasslety dey didnt do nnthlng but covort round an I neber had anytlng to lay dat man out In So t herps mysef to dat shnt for a fac An oh Miss Lulu honey I JeV wishes you could bab seen how dat nigger sot dat shut Get Old One of the worst delusions that ever crept into a middleaged mans mind is the conviction that he has done his best work that he is growing old and must soon give place to younger men Success MagulneI J rf l J t j HOW MICA IS MINED mlalolll s itx t t j f Duthespakenot- Again offLippincotts- Dont gles through the vein formation Thi material is raised to the surface by rows of native women placed along the inclined opening who pass buckets tilled with mica from hand to hand or pitchers filled with wate tor draining the works The rough sheets are crudely trimmed by a knife done up Into packages and carried Vy carts to the shipping points Ibf wages patti are scarcely union iabcr rates the women ctUlce six cents 4 Jay I the men eight ard the ovraacra ic- p r iJ VSSV t r ifi i 1ff1 vt tIfi r t Jic TROUBLE IN ZION CITYt A Dowie Mcetiiisr Broken Up By Opposing Faction A Second Disturbance Was Caused By Reading of a Letter StatingIThat Dowlei Wife Had BeenIHealed By Hit Prayers Chicago lllAt a meeting over which John Alexander Powlo IIICIsided at Zion City Sunday after noon was broken up by a number of followers of tho opposing faction as slsted by several outsiders and before tho crowd dispersed a free fight oc curred Dowie was addressing the numbering about six hundred IIn1I made the statement that the overseers of the Vollvu faction were thieves anti robbers At once n number of thosoI In the audience were on their feetI shouting No no you are the robber why dont you pay your debts TheI disturbance became so violent that a Zion guard was sent to restore orderI The guard took hold of an old gray headed man who was loudest In his demands for Dowie to pay his obliga tions anti this was a signal for a free tight A dozen men seized the guardI anti were about to drag him down tho alslo when Gladstone Dowle and Deacon Arrington mounted tho platform and called upon tho audience not to create A disturbance and to take theirI scats Dowie was so weak that he halt to be carried from his carriage into tho tabernacle by two attendants At an afternoon meeting called for Dowie adherents only but which was Invaded by a largo number of thoso who were riotous at the former moot ing Dowle precipitated a second gen eral disturbance Ho caused to bo read a letter from one of his support era stating that tho Writers wife had passed safely through the crisis of a serious illness whllo Dowio prayed tor her This fact Dowie compared with the case of Mrs Cantel wife of nn overseer who died last Friday without medical attention while Vollva anti his supporters were offering pray Ira for her recovery Dowie declared that he feared the woman would die because site had associated herself with the rebels Immediately there was a storm of hisses and shouts ot Shame shame There is death in store for more of you it this rebellion keeps on con tinned Dowic Again tho people sprang from their chairs shouting and gesticulating until the tumult became so general that Dowio was again obliged to bring the meeting to a close CARL SCHURZ IS DEAD Passed Away at His Home in New York Surrounded By His FamilyV New YorkThn condition of Carl Schurr took a serious turn Sunday night Earlier In tho day it was thought Mr Schurz had made a substantial improvement but shortly before 10 oclock the following bulletin was issued by the attending physi clansMore frequently unconscious since noon New attack of pulmonary oedema thus far moderate Tempera ture pulse and respiration rising Condition most serious Carl Schurz died at 430 His fam ily Vas at his bedside MRS JEFFERSON DAVIS BETTER Grandson States Crisis Is Passed and No Cause For AlarmI Now York Mrs Jefferson Davis who Is in this city and whose condition was considered grave Is bet ter Jefferson Hays Davis a grandson of Mrs Davis gave out the following statement My grandmother rallied wonderfully following the arrival of the family The physicians say that the crisis Is passed and there Is now no cause for alarm The family will remain with her for two weeks She was SO years old last Monday 200 FUNERALS IN NEW YORK Drivers and Owners Adjust Difficulty and Men Resume Work New York More than two hun dred funerals were held in Greater New York Sunday the 1600 union funeral drivers who struck last week having returned to worlc An amica ble adjustment of the differences between the drivers and the Funeral Coach Owners association was ar rived at early Sunday after what was practically an allnight conference between representatives of the two organizations The drivers won their fight securing shorter hours a two dollar increase In weekly wages and recognition of their union To Be the Guest of Honor Washington Secretary of War Taft will be the guest of honor at tho annual convention dinner of the National Association of Manufacturers in New York May 16 The sessions will last from May 15 to 17 Celebrates Fiftieth Anniversary New YorkThe fiftieth anal versary pf the establishment of the foreign missionary society of the Meth odist Episcopal church in British India was celebrated in Carnegie hall under the auspices of the Womens Foreign Missionary society Enormous Gathering at Funeral Tunis The funeral of Sldi Mo bammed El Hadji Bey of Tunis took place before an enormous gath ering of natives and Europeans and the French military and civil authori ties Monument to Maj Collls Dedicated Gettysburg PaA handsome mono ument erected by the survivors orMs regiment the 114th and his friends in civic life was dedicated to the memory of the late Brevet Maj Gen Charles T Collins in tho National cemetery here Shoots Wife and Self Milwaukee WisWilliam Selle aged 50 years shot and killed his wife aged 30 years early Sunday and after vainly attempting to kill his daughter he shot himself The wife was suing for divorce Follows His Fathers Precedent London Following the precedent established by his father when lie returned from India thirty years ago tho prince of Wales publicly gave thanks for his safe journey to the In titan empire at a service held In West minster Abbey- PanAmerlcan Delegates Named Mexico CltyThe Mexican delegates to the PanAmerlcan confer ence at Rio Janeiro are Francisco do la Barra minister to Belgium Con gressman Ricardo Garcia Grandados and nicardo Molina Hubbe lawyer 7 t o j HAUNTS OF THE ARTIST Are Difficult to Locate Because of His Elusive Dispo sition Taken literally the painter is won derfully in advance of civilization When It catches up to him either by boat or rail he slips from under or more hastily through his skylight anti goes deeper Into the jungle of un explored villages along the Xuydcr Zee Through years of this shunning of mankind says the Reader he has do veloped into an elusive animal not yet chaineleonllke In his power 10 change Ills color as a means of losing himself but Inversely with a remark able ability to lose others This Is not a mean quality unless you happen to be one of the others Viewed broadly is a fine primeval desire to hide what belongs to him by right of dls covery It favors of the dog who buries his bone but never of that mean cur who yelps in the manger In the higher form of life the attribute maybe likened to the loftiness of purpose in the Crusader anti again to protec the Instincts of a bricklayers union Union Is written here with a rising in flection of the scribes stub pen The artists are a fraternity the bread of their tattles the silver In their pockets the oats on their backs are for their brothers but when it comes to bricks or the tools of the trade they are hid den along with the bone of the dog under the dikes of remote fishing vii larges There are but two absolute means of discovering the haunts of the artist The first Is to follow him by stealth the second Is to many him Wives are gracefully endured In art ists colonies A painting wife is a comrade a domestic wife is a guest and a scribbling wifemust beware SWISS PUBLIC SCHOOLS Are Considered by the People Good Enough for Rich and Poor Alike One reason why the Swiss fare well is that their public school system is probably the best in the world and with them public school education Is practically compulsory says Every bodys Magazine You can send your child to a private school in some can tons If you insist upon so doing but the face of the government and the force of public opinion are sternly against the practice In the canton of Bolothurn private schools are abso lutely forbidden In other cantons a private school pupil must secure a formal permit from the local authorities and in some cantons he must pay a charge to the public funds The idea is that the public schools are good enough for all that rich and poor art to meet there on even terms that the public school is the nursery of democ racy and patriotism above all that democracy is the life blood and strength and very soul of the republic and the republic is Switzerland and without the republic Switzerland is nothing Private schools for Swiss children are few in number and such as exist are under the strict supervis ion of the state Education is a serious matter in Switzerland there is no es cape from It A parent must send his children to school or go himself to jail They kept a Seventh Day Adf Tentist in Jail for two years because Hj refused to let his child attend school on Saturdays As it then seemed dk IItiInt Who Got te op1Arizona At How did the fight come aridBroncoAlkali IkeIt resulted in a draw Sure it did but what I want 10 know is which drawed flrstPhi1a delphia Record Telephone Statistics In London according to the latest statistics there is only one telephone for every 60 families In New York there is one for 12 in Boston one for six in San Francisco one for four Not to Bo Taken In So Easily He Can you explain to me the dir ference between shall andwill For example if I say Will you mar ry me should you reply I shall or I will She coldlyI should reply I- wontBtray Stories Tallest Mountain dunday Island in the Pacific la really the tallest mountain In the world It rises 2000 feet out of five miles of water and Is thus nearly 80000 from base to summit Wherein London Lucks In some respects London Is very much behind many English villages Practically every rural police station has its telephone but Scotland Yard the head and center of Londons crime inal detective system still holds out against this means of communication Why Is ItP A vaudeville monologist will dig up stale jokes and the people laugh at him hut the newspaper punster who tries to ring In an old oni geta the ba baDenver News MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati May 1- 2CATTLEKiUr to locd 4 IS Heavy steers 625 40 65IIOG8CholceMixed packers 45 6 5- 0SUEEPExtra tt- IUrB8Cllpptd extra ft S FLOUR 4 60 4 Si lCORNNo2OATSNO mixed RYENO 2 choIce 63 BARLEY No 3 6 HAY Choice timothycijl6 00 PORK Clear men 7t LARD Prime steam S M8S8BUTTER Cholco dairy Choice Creamery 22 6POTATOESPer hOldCHICAGO FLOUR Winter patent SCO O390 WHEATNO a red W 9- 0NO3ed i5 CORNNO 2 mixed 48 OATSNo S mixed RYENO 2 WLARDPrimeNEW YORK FLOURWtnter patent 890 42S WHEATNO 2 red S3 re 9ft CORNNo 2 mixedSinRYEesternBALTIMORE WHEATNO 2 red 9 67 CORNNO z mixed a B CATTLESteers 75 OSW HOGSGood to choice I 00 7 LOUISVILLE WHEATNo 2 red CORN No 3 white OATSNo S mixed II IIIPORK Men prime LARD Prim team INDIANAPOLIS OATTLFPrlme steers 8 7- 5HOGSOood to choice 2I6 6- 0tHEKPB t irafl 600 1IJji r J BOYS HEAD ONE SOLID SORE Hair AU Came OutUnder Doctor Three Months and No Better Cuti cura Remedies Works Wonders Mr A C Harnctt proprietor ofa gen- rral More in Oklahoma tell in the foltlwinll grateful letter how Cuticura ylittleMilld sore all over IIH scalp his hair all canto omit anti lie filtered very much I had a physician treat him at the end of three months he was no better Iremembeied that the Cutinirn Remedies list IIottlesdirections ROIl using Cuticura Soap anti Ointment on him daily his eczema left him hit hair grew again anti lie has never had any eczema since We use the theykeepfully recommend for all cases of eczema A C Barnett Mar 30 1905 TRUE SOUTHERN CHIVALRY Kentucky Colonel Didnt Apologize But He Came Very Near Doing It ilanv stories have been told of south gotoKentucky while visiting Philadelphia recently genuineKrntuckywhich was very crowded anti Fomehow he stepped on the foot of a very pntty expectedtilleverybody ele who heard her Rive a mouselike squeal when the colonels foot came down And she looked an though flic expected art apology but the colonel divining her thought doffed his hat and raid No madam Im not going to apologize When the good Lord was ro gracious as to make women so beautiful and charming and with such wonderfully small feet that a man has to tramp on them o find them then I dont think that an apol OsThe compliment was too graceful for the woman to resist and all that fol lowed was a smiling acknowledgment oi the colonels gallant speech Cant Hold On Are you fond of yachting Miss Gray Oh yes At the very of the inspiring the straining sail the ruhing waterI can hardly contain my self 3Vesthatr the way it affects me Cleveland Leader Seasonable Hour Stern ParentWhat time did that young niui leave Pretty Daughter Jut when you got home from the lodge ma returned from her bridge party and Bridget came back horn her night outN Y Sun A good many modern novels would boo more lasting value if their authors only devoted more time to thinking what to say instead of how to say itiloston Globe A successful life is one that rounds up with a feeling of thankfulness for the things it has missed Liverderanged Lots of us bow to the inevitable without a formal introduction and any I rtVjIV IVSSI AVfcgctableRreparationrorAs HllDRtN DigeslioaCheerfuI ness and neither nor Mineral Aec7vaai1esLzTJY7ra t8MltJJ sltSIIfI forConslipalion WonnsCoimJswnsFcverish SLEEP Facsimile Signature of l I M S EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER SICK fey C Die Dyspepsia In ITTLE It1nand Too fluxty EauDg Ttmgne Pain In the Side TORPID ThIf regulata tho Bowels Purely Vegetable SMAlL PILL SIillL SIULL PRICE PILLs U r it laa Ht 11t ntteisofa lye Genuine Must Bear REFUSE PATENTS rIIe- Yuabllhed PENSIONSUllIlbChletta Cleveland Detroit Eye It VV a VL t VJS J PHONETIC How the 0 Came to Be Left Out in the Modernized Phenhr They were talking about spelling reform spellinginTheres that very word phonetic laid oEEnlishyettheytheymrallposlihlcNow now drawled lila friend youre italontthank for the word It is a haveIllCnlike ette in rosette and the ii like agoodnctteiq But it is coming Phonetic spell wordphrnix tolxshows Nothing said the objector What uiillrntthat round thing you say was an V was nn egg That all TTolS jut an fR and the phenix laid the reg Thats all Each to His Taste Did you see where the chaplain gen eral of that aristocratic society prayed for all those who have not the tame ancestry as themselves Well thatto a matter of taste Maybe some have their own reasons for accepting the Darwinian theory but Adam and Eve are good enough for meBaltimore American The Way About An American who had spent more time in studying gum mar an England remarked to the driver I suppose coachman all hffigcBOhall of them hedges growed out of the trees Different Bangley always speaks of his wife as dearest Yes but you ought to hear how he speaks to Free Press Not So SheDid you ever hear the eagle scream lieNo I never hang on to a dollar that tight Detroit Free Press Some men make such a big fuss nbout planning for big things they over ook the necessity of attending to the detail YfotThere is no more insufferable bore than the man who has so much common anile that he baa no patient card houses are built in an hour cathedrals take centuries Genius is seldom bothered with book keeping Life ALLENS FOOTEASE A for if t V 1J J t One on the Doctors The Boston Herald tells a story of tphysician of Salem tau who talking to a of friends said I wanted to be Oh well rejoined one of the party such is life Many a man with wholesale aspirations has to content himself with a retail business Kind of Investigation- You are taking a great deal of interest in this Yes the I have to give it close personal attention I want to make sure develop I dont care to have known Washington Star Society An assemblage of weljdressed persons who would be bored than aloneCentury It is all right to be in the push but youhavesickheadache youwillWASTED TO A But Found A Cure Years of Suffering- A II Stotts messenger at the State Capitol Columbus 0 says For years I had kidney troubles and though I doctored faithfully could not find a cure I had heavy backaches d I z 7 y headaches and terri ble urinary disorders One day I collapsed fell in on tho side walk and wasted away in bed for ten weeks After being given up I 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KY SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Fl Address nil communications tn Title ODTLOOK Pr URiiiNO Co or to flftfOIlN W fioKAKEit Owingsvillo It Subscribers desiring nfI address should always give provioW dtlr lnlhcn writing- Correspondent when out of sta Yionerv should mention fact on n separate slip of pupor- No cntnnnafion isnllnved to any PtIbri1tiOfl8r one year Tar one dnllur eix taonlhs for ixij r feniiifl three months for thirtythto i cenlsIJrL THURSDAY MAY 17 loon It pTrttt special judgo in n prorui 7 Si neat ft Ht lire in the practice of the I Kentucky courts lit the present 0J time I The rutlrond Senators hnvedone heir beet to dfliurn tho Railway Rule bill nnd it will likely come to vote this wrek its pussngo being Ipraetieiilly assured t JMKKATOU BAILKT of iexns ex pressed the opinion that President 41 Roosevelt is a clay man without Iho capital C The PreKident will h likely retort thut Bailey is another worf lion TAYIOU soaked it 1 to Carinaik by n nmjnrity of somr 20000 ia tho Tennessee Duiocratu juinmry for tile United Stairs Sen atorial notnination The victory U n very generally popular flUe SS UNOLE SAM in his role of trust buMer ia hut on tho trail of sever al UuBte and liaR enured the Paper Trust to resolve itptlf into Us com liinent parts lie is also aftcrlhe Drug Trust w filchIRSS it isnt n 5ruBt Luck h him COUNTESS liE CABTELLAflchce An na Gould will not be reconciled jlo her husband Count Ilnni but Hiks the French court for an ubso- lut divorce Uoni will feel like hbbyWho let a rciibird go when the I y Gould millions slip from i rSlilA grasp IT is devlnpinEthattllo great contributions the Standard OilI magnates to educational inftitu tiona wro not erf much to teach the youthful idea how to shoot at luG truth as to shoot in the Inter- iiatSSS of the Standard Oil The head of the Syracuse N IY University which ia enjoying Standard Oil mnney is out in rriticisw of Pres I SIdent R oleehs strictures on till Stahdttrd Oil Co CORRESPONDENCE jl glate Valley v Mr Avk Coylo is belteV of her Ailment Elder Wllholt filled hit appoint mt1ere Saturday night and Sun th tSTli cfrn rclnnfe71Ifp Tv ery t ling anyilllnjji 5JPrji 1iHa mostly been planted but it and It hIl none up so dry that unless it raius soon it never an come up WE Atchison of Salt Lickwos SS stIle giVest of the family of SiteI Shultz and SunSalurduy night tthys Mrs AtchiFon wits on a vis r 3t to Winchester and Carlisle l 9 S Sharpsburg Voire needing rain badly it0 lloyd of Judyn t her r t loa LVtem bought a two eRr 4 old horso of W A Boyd for f105 A llolines meeting is to be held in the hall over the Citizens Hank 4 tide week r i Mr Joljn English of Mt Ster s4 liugwaR the guest of hrr sister Sirs Andrew KnglUh last week A very fnd event here was the 1S ikulh uf Mrs Wailer Sharp After rising cotnpnrattvelyi well Hint uiorning rihe vus stricken with par evenIniIservices f were held Monday at lialfpast 2 bclocr p IJ e42 5t I- CraIRS The sick are allon tho mend1 ysillday 7jS We arc needing rAin here Tlu- 1rnto1 last week ruined tleariynil c of tho early gardens Mro s t Lizzie Craig visited hoi brother Henry Tincher and family nt Ite Volley Sunday und Sun dny jilght- Ifhf Pi Warren nnd wifo were the l of their daughter Mrs ieiiclne Wright on Licking river WbUIIU1y evening XS zIr1hnmasMcGlothin t and Httlo son lesfle visited Law- reiice Thonms and fatally St kii Olyaipiu Saturday night and Sun k 4 t goWt were requested by one the 1 members of the Grand Army Post to announce lInt inentoriHl services b3b twould l observed at Hedricks They would like for all of the old poldiers to como out The Salty Vy Jfick band will bo there Quito a r 0tilea time is anticipated V Kcv Ed Anderson preached hero Sunday eveningr After services t 4 Irganized Sundayschool and LC thfre will Sundayschool every Siindwy evening at 2 oclock Ev l ftrybody come and take a part 4t jBro Anderson will preach hero the w4 t fttlunQ Stindyn each raontb y r r ff1t4 titi l triSniI 4 i S1kp 4Sj djPrS i4 ti Pf i 1qtS 4 I I r tJ VForgo Hill Mrnnll Mrs Evorelt Barber spent Snturdny anti Sunday at Rings Mills Mm Etna A nllnrPiln and II nugli ter Chrietinp anti nliw Nellie iMouro pprnt Sunday with MIKS Lu tie Quienberry ut Suit Lick Ji lena at house on the farm of occupiedbydefective kilchen title about nine jclock Saturday night and was de stroyed with nil ti content The fatally barely escaped as tho beds were on lire when they it woke The loss falls heavily on Mr Hunt West End Richard McClain is no better Born to Can Blevins und wife a eon John Demons little son has pneumonia C M Nickoll of Morgan county is visiting friends here Win North antI wife of French burg are visiting relatives here Tho gardens were looking fine hero hut the frost ruined them all Polaloo raisers Ire 513 that the oarly potatoes are badly dunageil by tho frost Dogs in tide a raid on Geo Me Claims sheep killing one and crip ling several others The dogs were promptly killed- Newlight fishing ban been tiutI poorest for years The clear and the fish can be seen in jjreat numbers but they refuse to bite Hillsboro Several from hero attended Cir cui Court in Owingsville Monday Miss Lula Hunter left Monday for an extended trip lo relatives in Ohio C S floyd and Dr Conway re turned Friday front a trip to Cin cinnaii Elder Thos B Ho wo preached two very interesting sermons hero Sunday Mrs Ceo Gardiner left Wednes July to visit relatives in Mason county fur several days Miss Maude Myers returned last Tuesday front LehanonOhiowhcro she had been atlcnding school IChnrlio Ingram wife and child of Helena passed through hero lust Frdn3f to visit his father at- MoOree Ferry Miss Ella Boyd who had nn up erailon performed in Cincinnati is getting along finely She is still jn tho iuuepitaiSMiss Nurcissio Rawlings ha cone to visither aunt Mrs George Donaldson of Winchester who hits been quite Vick Odessa Mrs George Trumbo and Mies Lucy Vanuoaingham nro no bet ter Fire and oc rcoats were In gen criLuse last week from Sunday a noon untilJPtiday at noons riue irnvrfpal part of the con crop is to beplanlcd yet including the replanting or plantingoverivitigth J S Antl atoreriouse biro a nov coat of paint which 4t has needed for some time i G D fDkkGlldgeUnnd wife viqitetl ClurIes Stone and family heiir Slmrrjsburg Saturday night linjil Sundry x Johnson Dyck Stone and wife of Farmers were guests of Cole man Stone ant wife hero Saturday night and Sunday Ernest Swefnaiu sold a young mare some ten days ago to Ben Shrotit for 135 and bought another of W W Rndgerd for 150 JTohn Berry and wife John Clark and wile of Sh rpsliurg were the guests of T L Jones and M A Garner and families the nut of last week Missed Nannie R Garner and Hattie Kenney went to Lexington to visit her sister Mrs J H Jones and the latter to stay with Mrs Jones Little Arthur Davi went Wednesday of lust week for a weeks visit with his grandparents Inane Purvie und wile in Fleming county J T nnd DJlaB Gudgell Vere at the li tterve fatherin law Fletcher Donaldponp near She rburne pat urday night on a fishing expedi tionAunt Snub Darnell has been vis itfng her son Thomas anti wife in OwinRsville anti her dattghtefin laW Mrs Linn Darnell on Flat Crock the past ten days Last Wednesday tavo us all operiedIa thaw then n bluster of wind and bail next sunshine then rain then enow and ruin again The day closed with sunshine In response to West End in regard to the change of the moon It Is like tho Scriptunl raying lustIPO moon is dark it is light and when it is light it is dark That if when it rices just as the sun goes down it is full and shines bright nil night that IH called dark moon until now moon when it is light moon and dont give much light at night There was plenty of frost here five mornings last week which low ercd time gardens in general and finished up what little prospect we lund for fruit The frost and dry verylighter Early corn that wasnt killed received a considerable backset Bluegrass and meadows are the shortest for years at this scason Tobacco plants are scarce and late while tho wheat prospect still looks promising for good crop if the routh js bro ep at puce Itt4 1 11JIil p 1tr I 1UirStopstono Dry dryf why cant we have n good ruin and when will it come o William Steele of RnssillU home on a visit to his faultier S 1 SUtle WHIhim Lylf of Clay City Htent Sunday with his LrothnriiilawClt HHtl o Mrs Ann H Wyatt wont to Ow ingsvillu Friday to visit her mother for a weekor so Io W Thompson and family spent with fatlmriu law AtSliroot near Owingsville Tylor Gray ii happy being ttut fa tier of a LMiiiticliij liaby born to his widi last Wednesday mother and ehlld loint well A J Richard Tuinn nnd Miss Mildred Jarrott Mrs Ilittiugtr unit daughter attended 1iu ftmural of Martin Jones below OwliiKsvillu Sunday V M Payne of Chicago Illinois was hurt at tint bedside of his liroth r Leslie from Weil nemlay till Sun day Ills brother being NUIIIO better when he loft Moores Forr Jas Highloy sold to Boone Razor n twoyearold horse for if 110 Frost the past week did some damngu to tile growing crops here We are needing good rain The ground is BO dry the formers can not break it Alfred Carter nnd family of near Owingsville spent Saturday wild Uenniu Carter near here in county There have been some corn fields planted over here on account of he cold weather und the corn rot ting in the ground Charley Ingram of Flemings burg spent several days with his fattier Charley bought a pair of voyeiirold mules of his father Hoonu Ingram for 215 Mrs Boone Ingram and her lath erEd Funning went Wednesday to attend time funeral of her brothers wife at Niuholasville returning Tuesday of this treek- Olympia All the sick are better Wm McMlllcn of Morehcad is visiting J U Hunter Late Frisby and wife were at Salt Lick Wednesday Miss Iva Oakley of Roes Run visited friends lucre Friday Uro Johnson of Yalcwill preach hue next Saturday and Sunday John L Jackson and wife were guests of Joe Williams of Preston Sundny Mrs J P Copher visited her daughter Mrs Clell Coyle of Roes Hun Sunday Mrs IJickcrson nod children of Winihcfiter are guests of her filth cr Dr Clark Miss Clelt McUlossnn visited lint sister Mrs Charles Clayton at Sail Lick lattAVcek Mrs W 11 Inrf of Licking river is the Ruestpf her daughter Mrs Nannie Fowlert I thetary ftt Preston Sunday 1Mis8 Jennie McGlothin of Mt Serling is visitjnsf her brother ChIts McGlothin v Ure jcurte liOO arn llrtugll ttr AiJuio May v relatives at bharpurg last wi Mrs Ifenry Pvi of Mr Ster rllther6hlttJlIcGlo Wm Pergrom Jack Swarts and Jeffand Sam McGt returned home from West V din last week Misses Hess iwler and Olive Jackson visit iss Gallic Jack Ion at Preki Aturday and Sun dayMrs LizKie Stevens and chil dren of Mt Sterling are guests of her parent Charley McGlothin and wife this week Pebble Several from here attended Court here this week- Charley Rodgers lost by death a good work mare MaprilfclastSeveral from hero attended Court nt Owingsville this week everySundayWallace Kisbick of Marion Ind was here last week on business ClayWhitton bought a sow and five pigs from John L Vice for f20 Mrs Mahnda Riddle of Okla visited Mrs Dolly Davis last fun duy Tobacco plant beds are not dt jog well for need of rain and wanD weather Sherman Guiley wife and daughter Carrie D visited the family of Sam Woodard Sunday Mrs Luda Woodard of near Car lisle visited the family of Sam Woodard n few days this week We had five frosts here last week which did conriderable damage to gardens aadellrlycorn Cart McClure wife nnd baby of Okla visited tho Cumllof j C McClure Saturday and Sunday Taylor Wanda rd and sister Miss Sudie vIsited their brother Jeff Woodard at Carlisle some days last week Mrs Essie Stephens and two children of Lebanon Ind clime lust week to make n sir weeks visit to the formers mother Mrs Sarah Crump Elmer Maddox was called home to Anderson Indiana lust week to be with his father C W Maddox who was seriously hurt bya run away horse TilE SICK Thomas Stephens has typhoid fever Riley Rodgers is able to be out Mrs Sarah Reed continues very poorly The infant child of Jasper Whitton is on the mend Mrs Dive Johnson is eon fiiderobly petter William Gray stays abfiffttjje gnuie yS c fRI firHt ri f i r i t I Stoops Rye is not heading out AS It should wing to the W M lClsslnk nti family attend church at Litllo Rock Sunday Shurmaii Hall of Salt Lick hums beoii visiting his uoiiNin J Iihegry IIC Ficklin bought Hfaiicy two vparuld guiding of W T Plmlps for 125IMrs Mary Morpan who was sariaoiiidy ill lust week Is fliplitly hn IlrlcIIJ H Ciillaspin Hill family vlsitod Clllf Hush ami wife at Grassy Lick Saturday Walter Robcrson of ncnr thoI Ievot wis a visitor lucre 1111111I and Monday Christianity and dollars wont mix the dollars always come to the top of the pit Hell Morgan returned train a fix Intnu hospital Thursday greatly im proved in 1lIlIlthIn L Goodait and llntightnr 1IsIAmiii May havo been visiting tires at Farmers The oats crop will bo almost a com plete failure as tar as this neighbor hood Is concerned K L Urockway nnd rninilyoI Mt Sterling visited Mrs J Jl Carter antI family Sniulay Man Is a fool for working so harrt to catch money and then let it give him tho slip so eany No bluegrass snid will bo gathered In this niigliliorliood Grass headed out about two inches high Hold Thompson who returned ro IlIrlllllOCUIIU from a hospital at Lexington remains very poorly The follow who loses omit In tho lImo of love usually holds n lull hand ha the giimo of sweot con tent A crowd of our boys went to SluVo Creek lulling Saturday AVo hart not arued how many fish u jugful of bait caught A podslrpd crowd was at Spring field Sundny riftornoon On Sunday morning May27nt II oclock a dea con timid nn elder will bo elected Tho postoflico at Flat Creek passed out of existence Monday Patrons of the omen will have the benefit of orjwo rural free delivery routes Tho most destructive May trash this vicinity has ever experienced visited us fIve successive night insi- iveek All tender garden bUilT was killed tobacco plants badly damming ed fruit Injured beyond estimation corn that hud como up was leveled to tho trroiind and fanners havo been enjoying tilt tak of planting it over Tha hot sun has about finish ed the rest of vegetation that the frost didnt irct CrooKs J D funky was at Suit Lick Saturday on business S II Johnson of Farmers viis here Saturday on business Mrs W W Nixon was at Salt Lick Tuesday on business I N Phipp of Mt Sterling wac here lust week on business TliJroPt lust week did a great deal oCltfUligu to gardens Charley Fuller of Salt Lick via ited huts sister Mrs Will Ross Sun day t Ml a Henry Johnsrtri and daugh ter visited relatives at Pond Lick MundltYCCole Jackson and vlfe cOlf m pill visited the family of Jy VH liama Sunduuy Mrs George Barnes vini1 hie fakceL4nry Lcdfnrd Ml Sterling last week Reubin McClain and vfej of Mud Lick viMtcd relutivt here Saturday and Sunday v i Misses Bessie Fowler any Olive 1lIs5Ilay Several from hero attended the meeting ut Kendalls Springs Sun tiny it being limo Johnstons regu tar Sunday to preach B F Parker preached here Sun day evening He will preach for us again in tno near future of which we will wake mention A freight train was wrecked Fri tiny evening about one wile east of this place dsiingii great denihol damage but no ono was hurt us we have heard of They havent clear ed the wreck yet 0ToEltWO are now at the beginning of another crop The reports from the various parts of the district art to the erfect that the plant beds are looking fairly well farm work i progressing und no serious obsta ole is in the way of a promising productionIt pt ed that the hard work done in th interest of tho grower of Hurley tobacco in 19011905 has brought about a gradual change for the better arid though trio jriprovjeraent is in no way BUlUcient yet it indicates what organization can accomplish if followed up Every grower who worked for the cause in 1904 and subscribed to the organization in 1905 that hada crop of tobacco mInd hits sold Itblls received the value of his subscription wltb good interest but in addition to that he still fins his organization In good shape to push the work During the winter some inexpon sire work has been done ad fol lowed up and things put in shape to be ready for business provided plane can he agreed upon and time necessary financial strength made permanent und reliable Investiga thou und careful study of the past year forces tho conclusion that the grower failed tu sign np liLa to bacon mainly because he failed to realize tho importance of prompt action and because be expected ex tension of time and a desiro to see his neighbor do it first while several bore ia mind certain things that had ocoureed the year before when a few availed thmsolveof the tic up to sell to the truut at bigger prices which oroated sore ness and this company was deter mined not to put its faithful sup porters in such a position an1n If the grower had placed absn lute confidence In tho published aemeut of he coinnany that i J1 Jd y 6jfw fjt f d s 2 Ir rlime would not be extended amid Mid conic up promptly with their Cotitract Attime following lines would not hive been written AUIIf us who labored to pectin the necessary backing felt perfect ly safe in representing to financiers that Contract A would be forth comIng without delay hcncewhtn it was not we fellthis unfortu circumstance is now need as n argument against us and make he work of icuring the necessary financial hurt still harder us those flu a neicra with us in 19U have lost faith lint as there are others we lill have faith that it can be doneAnother obstacle which may con front us is tho planting of a large crop in 1905 this company is re cciving reports constantly the re t of our continuous correspond enie and in nearly all eases corn plaint conic of sales prices und grading but it Wits either accept what they got or nothing etc etc complaints that while prices are little better than expected etc we mire still in the grip of time Trust und wo have no permanent endur ing relief I get this direct from tho grower If true why is it true You answer because they are so big and so strong and so rich tiuimtI we poor growers cannot against thIn8I1chIIn answer ill weak not the wholb truth and lois leading There is a familliar quotation Truth crushed to earth will rise again nnd it is a fact that the Hurley grower by making the above answer crushes the truth down era ry year and every year it rises uiiain 3011 say that every 3ear and while you are saying itIIII are planning to plant all the taboo oo you can working to get out a big crop us though it WHS selling in time burn at 20c per pound then when you get the new crop ioU the barn you Hud your neighbors have douo tho sarnclhe trust buyers offer you f 6 7 or 8c pro vided it grades 111rlghlund pay its this or nothing then youtThe proper answer time naked truth thorn is too much Burl tobacco Who did it The big Trust time strong Trust Limo rich Trust No sir Did they or any one else urge you to do it No sir Then who did do it We tIn Burley growers Yet sir Then we are to blame for the low price Yes sir- Then you mean that if we re duce production we curt force tin Trust tri higher prices Yes sir AntI koch yourselves organized to prevent monlpulitlonnndlhe more millions the Trust hums the better forydii Mr Burley Grower be cause there is a chance for you U net more for your libor They get richer slower and you a little fust er Situ ply emit down tile planting one third and you alvn lIe whole jinti n Do it baum ally dont uVbiilc dont stop to argue rr put it oil for another year thus pro lunging the ngnn5and sell another crop for 7c when yon could got lit with so much less labor trouble ioU expense Let us b honil with ourselves and meet time truth lit the issumn rIt itlie desire of the ofllcers o thtir cftinpaTij to have ii general me e ting of time FtocklioldPrs and make p detailed report of the his lory of the nioveinentn of the ICt fe 0 Hurley Tobacco Company itt receipts its expenditures its expe riences what has been dune nd what can be dune Suppose we meet anil consider this at the sonic time So far we have gained con siderably let us hold on to whim we have gained and nil put our shoulder to the wheel for more This company is organized on o sound business basis If growers will reduce production we can in one year secure about all the re suits aimed at As a true illu tra tratibn of this leid and seethe aitualion in tho State of Uiscon sin Ono short crop has such a demand that time mUllufuc1 Hirers and buyers ot o tobacco tire now offering to con tract for three crops at high prices The Wisconsin situation proved tnis beyond question Hat wo niUt not go to thu other extreme and talkof no crop nl ullthut is to tally impracticable simply reduce acreage one third and we will succeed to the satisfaction of every grower and tlls is practicable undo this company wants ErEur TOKACCO- IGROWKK TO WHITE TI1EU AT OSCE what he will do If favorable we will organise every cuHnty within 10tw me It is too late I can pove it is just the right time KESMJCK Oiiro BOKLBX TSIWQ Ico GUOWPRS Co A STUAIIT FruB OP COURSE HE WAsA young man came up to the polling place on election dRY ard offered his vote says an exchange It was his first appearance as an elector and he had the independence or audacity to differpolitlcaHy from his father Ills father challenged his vote On what grounds demanded the presiding officer He isnt twentyone I nm twentyone ussspted the youth No you are not said time fath ethYou will not bo twentyone until tomorrow I say I will cried the youth I was born on the 12th day of No vembor Its down in the old Bi bh Then its a mistake said Ihe old wan You were not bom un til the morning of the lath of No ember Ian vow How you1 How repeated the old ian in dignantly Goodness gracious wasnt I there Well returned tImeson with proud defiance wasnt 1 there too The voting man voted j Vt J r POUEST ENGLISH From tile In veeligulion of an English savant Sir Jonathan illiut ins the purest Knglih in spoken in Kentucky and Ihu Ohio valley rather than in 1011 do i or any other part of the Brit isli Isles or posaeHsionssuys a Chi cago dispatch to tIme Cincirnali Kn quirer Sir Jonathan has traveled through Australia nil of thin different coun ties of Knglan irellllldIIlId Scot land and through many States of the Union examining the peculi arities of the different pronuncia lions I havo hciii interested in dia lectical English for many years said Sir Jonathan today on his way to San Francisco Your IIrIdinary Englishman of the Isles above nil dialectical The same in true of your New Englunder The Southlands of America have II drawl which is totally mispluced tin Northlands of your country nasal t wang that is a jokejo En glishmen It is only on the mid die ground lucre in America thut I have found the triic English thmt English of Shakespeare anti Dr Johnson unmixed with dialect iea absurdities or with peculiarities III expression SI aim as ftich I do not find in Kentucky and neighboring regions along tho Ohio and Misfoun river nor were time cru diiilies of your Western American ism so apparent there The clip ped and halting speech of Scot land conies nearer to the Kentucky Englioli than any I havj heard in ui3 investigations Australia is overlaid with a slang thai is worse than the worst of your West Your East is imitative of Cockncyisms unnatural and therefore unEn glish In tho island itself the best English is not that of Oxfordshire or Cambridgeshire but of Kent and Southern Downs This however does not approach in piirlt y of diction clearness of muncie tion mind adhesion to time claseicu forms of your Middle West which is neither your North nor you r South your East nor your West I have found in the city of Louis yule a pronunciation and a use ol termp which U nearer to DIY mind to time Adlison nnd the English classicist than anything which the counlies of England the province of Australia or the marshes of Scotland can offer JOHNNIES SURPRISE Johnny saul the toucher 1 was telling you Oil about China yesterday What goods does sue semi over to Amen ca- I forgetSDOeS she send raw silks hi guess BO Hut dont knowJNope Then 3011 are a very thickheat od boy mind 1 am ashamed of you You can i down Teacher asked Johnny you know mill about Easter dont you Of course I ds They have bulled eggs on thin t day Of coil rtlo hVhy do they luvb en boiled instead Of fri Thetcicher took two hours think it over and then gut away from thu schoolhouse without inak ing an cXplanalinn SHE DIDNT SLKEP WtLTh wo man who lives In nn inland town while going to5a convention in a distant city spent ono nfght of ll d journey on board II Ftuaniboat 3t was tile first time sLe hitd ever truveled by water She reached her journeys end extremely Jati cued To a friend who remarked it she rejlied- YCl Im tired to death 1 dont know us I care to travel by water again I read the cart in my Mtnltrrnljilahout hjtw III p ltt tIme life preservers on and I thought I understood it but I guess I didnt Soiuehow couldnt go to fltep with the tImingamiLadjem I Home Journal Too DxsTmmticTevaIitl I eve see General Grantl exclaimed Vet onto Kilgnre in response to an idle query Did rverwhy childnl Shiloh I was alayin n thOtull grimes uehootin jest as fast as 2 could load an tire when 1 heard boss tracks npproaohin anj voice cajs from lh road Hey there aint that you Xii gore SI knowed tV voiap instuit an says Yes Grant its rae an kcp right on slinolin i Come here he says Ii tie relurtanu an sauntered over to th sottds an Grant says t me U KHgore he says ll want ye t go hOe TTero killing too durii many people 183 CobNSlotRW WmLsnxia A Welshman who was in Londotii IIPlriitiOns1w mend thoflicisin said they would leave no stone unturned to find the missing tinjokeepex Noi very long afterward Toffy again visited the city and saw isireet after street turned up He was told that in all thirty six mile t of streets were in that condition lie rushed down to Scotland Sard and exclaimed to the wonder lug inspectors i dinlat think 1 was giving you all that treuhle If jtou dont find the watch by Sun day I wouldnt break up any more streets Baptist Commonwealth A TILLMANCAT Herostho WilYI a mutt in South Carolina annoifac ed hiniBoif for office To the good people of Iwdgcfield The wind bloweth where it histethand no man con tell whence it eornelh or whither it goeth Unit Iain not that kind of a cat I awn HenTillraan cat and if elected commissioner propose to reform beautify adorn resuscitate rejuvenate and rehabl itttte Eilgefield county rom too edge of tho water to tba top of the rocks I urn a laboring man and haul wood If not eljcted 1 can haul on Could say more but I am n man of few words and fuR of4 trouble Exchange 4 jrrr r v e 1ii r f JJrJ r i 4S S J K tub INE YOUNG STALLION AMERICAN CHIEF ktJ tIII1cctTen Dollars to Insure a Living Colt iJtAMERICAN CHIEF was sired by Old Show King hoby Harrlfort 1l5JlistW MambrinoCtlilf r oflutiportal j 1 Americium Chiefs 2d dam by Uruce McGregor he by RobtMcGregor t t j p the sire of Crecous 3d dam by Kentucky Chief he by Old Indian Chief rrtime dr of Richelieu and Red Cloud Clil King wasjho sire of Glorious Red Cloud tho highestpriceSSgeld 7 t ing In tho world Ho Is tho srot the difm of Montgomery Chlefwlnn 2X C1tyChicmgonnd t 11 rJOblcf and full brother of Bourbon KlngVl o won the championship at hLouisvillo and State Fair at Lexington last JaTTrv 1 talstarIii tweighs J02t lbs and Is four years old tTERMS Teh Dollars to Jnsure a living colt Money duo orbrodtoanothertjcrseLion jtlon taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should army occur i ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN OOLD PREMIUMS L 2 will be given for the two best coltsOno mare amid one horse Time mooney wilt be equuntily divided auth rowners of the cults to select the judges The colts must be shownthe first Saturday in October 19O7 at my Dlace RIversldeT Bath county Ky opposite Sherburno S Address Riverside R F D No 2 Box 72 SharpsburgpKy ri1 JJAMES W HOUSE Y LETTER Fltlllt MiOLOTUu14NOKL IIII3IAMny 8 1006 Editor f TOE OUTLOOK This beautiful ev cUing while looking over some let termS from my friends in the dent OUhl1w wytfbrotherlutttrs finally cnmu here hen Olive Hill Ky At first 1was to ustalldcncthedmund like tills country as well as Kentucky We live an a big farm about onehalf tulle from Miulothjan and nhobt four tnie S fropj CRiiudltr Chandler isIt 11Clly of about servo thotisund popu lation Ve live in about a qunrtcr of u mile of the FlIrt Smith kOrea Veetyin rail roaila nil a built II inilf auil half from the Santa Pa rail riTnil Water is very good liens and people IIVVA aft good health its those in Kentucky lhc worst sitlcnefs hiecr is chuihis Frwit is plentiful gardens nud crops lire fjie They raise everything he e cottoneosa cane wheat outs potatoes alfalfa und in fact everything ttwmr is put in the ground During jlw winter months we haul no cold weather more tlian frosts It snored a lit tIe ine evening not covering ti ej ground and did not Lay on more than an hour oj so Wnkc1u r he done outdurs any duoatsfatherin law WW CiirismiiunwI came hero last August with hit family says ho hns spent wrnteis leirgrlIml bats them all They plant corn here und touko garden in March i would liko to see another letep from HoopefHon 111 sLgmmedem Midland City we are old friends Co me Jo ut arid spend a week or twin Okla Mrs Dwouid give army thing to see you all SIL3ultLick dont forgot so often to write We use always glad to hear from home talks One thing I must tell you all about and it is ray denj iJttlo sweet baby boyEnr best Earlbert born May 1 Now I will ring oHt wishing the editor and many renders of the dear old Ov3Looa miich success I wonii be glud to hear froDmy old friend- in ST lientuelcy Rrspeotfullours MRS J P CIIBISTIAX neeKora Cophei How HE Di FnThs crop of itobncco sold recently by Col Jack Clunn which averaged 91585 hat attracted cftiiuli attention Here is how he saysi Wasroisedi After the tahitcco WIL topped and th wickers were two or iliveex inches Itong ull the svicker were carefully removed except the ono next to the top This was allowed to grow IllI just before cutting when it also was removed When cur time leaf was exceedingly tender and ho did not allow the sun to strike it It was cut at or after sundown and at ence removed to shelter CnU Chinn says this method is what produced hit fine crop of cigarette tobacco l MISTAKE OrEN MADE Some la i dy visitors going tlmroumghit peni tentiary under the escort of the su perintendent came to a room illIwhich three women were sewinga Dear me whispered one of tho vis tors what viciouslooking even tures I Pray what are they here for otherlhome Richmond capitalist will eatnb lish ji bank with 1 1500ft cjpjjajttl Heidelberg Lee aahty i1t t Powelletrty farmers aro rn8r JsfindingIm t thitfund = I jt J TREESJ f PLANTS VINES I1Fr the spring of IDee the Hluo Grtrm KnrserUB offer n full stock f fruit and orriawental trees ever tfrsenssuuruh strarrberf psgrHp lvines 3ntiirtXtiit8 thtuiiarb psrJIl i agusretc We employ no i Strawberry aarf general on application tr tgJlft F thJtenmeyt t i S P ErfCBISON J jrescyrptron Druggist I Oroceries K Notions frt Fresh Confectioneries ItFrcsh Vegetafcles Goods elivered promptly TtepeNo 8 OWINGSVIIZ Y bE1OEf nish iceitunyquantjty1Lr low prices Delivery at i any time during veekandi until 8 oclock a nx Sun days Ice can be se for Jepoone2I sick people atany redi G A REID I l Owing llIe Kyj MY COrVrBUNEr SADiyLE AND HAR N S STALLION iLaGRANO JrJWill make tho s a80Bof 1306at ray stables on tube SJchati farmonSalO Waliati- SEVEN DOLLARS To isisupe a living coIL A lien wilV bo petainad on the colt until season money is paW mayo is parted with jitIv2uLLikiVP oilier horse LaGtANUT9 4iaIf brother of Peter H Stephens iTF dby old LeGrandiundoutof aHalco highbsand is a No breeder A good JAck sure breeder wili placeteondhirns as apply to heGrandJr Kobert L Goodpastei The dailyLexingtonrler aid and The Outlook one year for Y I Lj