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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Ij I ti 1 Ib j k TL1 1ititIo q s f1i t Yot s f fiG t r t jhj i k T ib 1t Jj r 11t I ii I tJ = 1 TJ eJ 7 I 1n k T4L VOL XXVII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 31 1908 tJ 46 f II L Lano delivers ice i1 7 Clothes fir everybody at Brother A Brothers d Now u tho time to got your suit at lleflins Racket Store vi Brother t Brother handle ib Starboard shoes None better EsUll Honakcr Co guarantee jjj thelr buggies and make their gunr- J0 an toe good Remember that Brother Broth i e i hayo ft bobby line of clothes from 500 up eeflook at Brother t Brothers 26o dCe i f175 Preston to Louisville an SundltYMEstill Honaker Co fell every thing in the buggy tine at the low est prices Frank Brown has been appointed postmaster at Stepstone to succeed t Hk S BittingeraM B F Shrout lwugtitotDWvisiJrout four 7to heifers for 68M1i Omar V Barber Attorney at Law and Surveyor OfUce In Court bouso June t iNearly everybody but you has avisDUgIY Let ua sell you one chen ErriLLi HONAKER k Co Miss Walter Mae RatliflT enter ColiuIgressive euchre Friday night k nev Elbert E Dawson will be j t meetings at HarperP1eclioothouse next June4wilProf Allan de Cou Meuller beIgan teaching class in dancing in tho Circuit Court coomt Mend tugIl EstHI I Honakrr do evetvthing in blacksmith work at the lowest price Break carts atfigures that will ttmpt jou Those living in the timber belt report that the iventeeryear lo ii tiet nplOlt teal jvnI n 1110 rl i itwAiw4rforInforna al ffloleut to convict Jhpae iN 2 r breakhlA Intorny ohil nrInI n p WNEY TO JOiNI will loan yrd inoneyb tUr IlIn InOlI at 1ovriverr ts lBtiireiitVfrtrthreeilveor t nJ Sgrar citli oiior nddress JJJ3 WooD 4rt Mt rlhtg K plnD1cnratiutf liI11k ri4 r4 1J wreiiadior othejcthiin print 1rvacennrtbedaj in ti torjintB ttIxi i Cnuntf Surveyor P1q4AJ t Shraut bnught ofICycre farm tWrllJlitIIHii41 whrrq fen Jon a me y arl lit fOer aereI SpitiFor 30 dayI wei- it re iI fl1 t surriee you 1Iw1f rtsrrcgu1ar 8 iR a5r i8 regular 6 0the wens suits for 5SjUut prices on all clothing v E W HEFLnt Racket Store Gobi PRICEAt the sale of t A oe of the perronaltyofde late npiurday aiature mule sold for 125 aaiare125 cow and calf 51 dry eDw30 80htrdwood lumber aud 3 b tooI9iOldweU COT lloLfn OurOn Wednes tdY oNlt week Dr Isaac Jonmacat out of James Stephens t little to the left of the Adams twupjtthe bullet that John Burns of color lied Into Stephehs back c If ayer a year8jo The bullet had t f worked out under thseklntoi i pTHE ka eorretpoBdent at Sherburne and one at WyoiIngthat will get upc The real sews and cend It in reg ularjyi Acopy of the paper It and MatioBary will be supplied to the right parties Especially do fl t we wish correipondents that will Interesting and ittYC1dereTlr hs between neliliJ JOB FutnxiiKeiaiernber that TRI OoTLOoKi is prepared to printI ti Jet erhead t1o teheads bill statemelate eavelopes = ardlIabelI V1I reeelpH iBvitatioBS a 1 I bMaeH etatIury on the meat S mostAwflrk with that turned out by anya Jofce4ic iid you will find it yetir k advaeUge to have us do yourt llffaM prIt poatari dodgenj p nphlet and everything usually turBedoHt ya country job office We kave oniiand for sale in k quaRtlty blank eedamortlalel eHleae i thef blanks 0j Buy your spring outfit fro- mQBrof tkpr k Brother P f i BAKCAimTaWeiuake a break r Yr cartwjfial IB every respect to the 4H faBipUs SeUle cart and if you want ifpjt onept them You take ndriiskf In bHyirijj them as they are Made te wear IIONAaERiSold by f fChef ltpt Mt Sterling it Jf t1udy bmcoa Sharpsnurgv Ky R I rib iJI c J i P 1 t t iAt i i r 4 i Jit2 c rl 5S r i1I rY ir f r Ii 0 JI 1 1 1 1 f ol q 1 PERSONAL Oscar Palmer was In Carlisle Sun day Charley Brother is getting betti of his attack of fever IIIeCounty Judge Win Craigof Men fee county wnv hero Tuesday Mm Jns W Einmons returned Monday from a visit nt Stnnton Jtlss Stella Dnwson is improving from her Illness caused by nil aceI dent 1188 Ednii ByrOn will return from flIbeII Ilagerinan Collwgu this k Elder Robert Campbell went Mon tiny to visit his family in Oarrard cuti litthioiiiItflW IyflLexliiftoti last week Jerro Corbett wife and two chil dren of Eddy ville came lust week to visit Mrs Belle Allen Earl Ford who line been attending college atGeorgetowncame thlswoek to visit Mrs E H Guodpasterwa tickokIflf lIO Institute Nlchojasvilie ani Lathrutn and Win Mauley ted in Lathram and attended rt lit FlemiiiKsburg Mondaymirti M D Farls continues to im prove wilHoepitat 8itrs Nntlianiel arkland and mCO Vilasht to Air Muttio Moore In Clark county rEturnodFrldllYrelatives In Winchester undo Clark lity ors C W Honaker and little sons rlduyforson uf Spencerthe onhisreturnhomeJames Pendlcton nnd wlfo of Paris arrived Saturday to visit the latter her Betsy Crouch aiiihome Sunday M enoRSterlingwii8 tho guest of Horace L Lane and wire from until Monday afternoonvnJ- Limi seacotuhomeSutunhlJ Cinclnnadneaday pho pos aboneittrnMorehead returned to theH1iR Uoa CoriFr of near John wedJ S1rJalIy lfFr1tIir evening Thr I- iea h at Triton TlmnIctinanie t his Utttason llolltx F IIC41ctitttNho lilliiIfw1rkIns MP n telipliniii com pliny In Vpist ofeCnbeUaevwnt to Wlnrhostprto lipnr thoU ri LuonBnltlmoro Sunday Walter C yle tina acceptod a pnsl ruIlilirAllen will Join him nS soon na they cnn procure residence there Ford Patterson ancV wile nttenned grintit t lnhavingErnest Gnrhnin noooinpnnled hy ptnTnIlIInoll1th eprnIllinois will nma np from Mr Gorhama at Millersburg on i visit this week T S Shront wife and son Ew alt beInMIs May was graduated nt Hamll College Thursday Mies May reII lned as thn ptieBt of Miss Graco Appletdn until Monday when she returned homean1ArtSntl1ldnsW H DnlzflIofMoruOeld Prol srotoChlcngoof the vacation at the Normalde rtinent of thc Northweatern Unl Wi Nslleiatefrom Hazel Green havlne been graduated at the Academy there in tlio Entrllsh course nnd typewriting of eatheC chollegejt gton No Is a fine young man thkelychosen profeSilonIHow TO KILL RATS Elder B n Ross quotes Samuel Davisof Flem g county as saying that Ito hasI deundstrnying rots to bo thoroughly ere fe fiottvogle smooth onono side and smear the smooth side with thick molas moticeentrated lye nc the molasses andit lot the bTard where the rats can get at it The rats lick the ID- O1e8 and the lye does the rest Sharp8burgKyr Miss Mary Shrout to Mr Willis Lindsey will take place ut thet Christian ChuroteWcdnesday elIng June 6nt 8x clocRv J Harriott officiating TMattend eybrotberorMiss Bertie Donaldson mind of honor Misses May ShoutMatildn ParkerNellio Allen RI hartbrl des cnHids Messrs T J Knight low ard P Moffett Paul It Brown and ProfIra Harrison ushers After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Lind sey will leave for North Carolina on their bridal tripCor Louie vme POst ir y J C f THE DuoiiTii HKOKEN The long est spring drouth that has occurred in man many years was broken by a gentle rain that began about erbit oclock Friday night and lasted until between ttn and eleven oclock Saturday morning It sprinkled sot uewitttt later in the tiny bu not enough rain roll to amouilot- hingany Never did n more welcome rain como hereabouts The condition of farm nod pardon crops was desperate since no rain of consequence lint fallen since the first week in April Bluegrass was was so checked in growth that stockgrazing was failing and some farmers were selling off their stock Tho springeown omits und ver were seriously injured and meadows almost ruined Ear plnnted corn wits coming up very une venly or had rotted in limo ground and been replanted The- ncor that had come up bolero the ped froFt nipbesidesCo e up A promising wheat crops so Directed that the earlier le were heading out tow with short head The rain was too late to repair most of the injury to the crops antI it may bo expected that s clover and tucadowK will be mcasureably failures while there see bluegrassdground was unprepared which l delay transplanting where th enoughFurmers Sat tirday morning to engage hands to sel tobacco securing all the color ed people that were willing to work nt 2 to 2GO per day When the ruin ccated the work of transplant went on rapidly throughout country wherever ground and everrIndivlduul t said hehnd plants and was going to plnntllIj his neighborhood Howcvrr 4 ugh was learned to justify the S estimate that onethird to onehalf till projected crop in the county 4 utd bo transplanted with the sons of Fridays attd Saturdays rai ns Those who mnvestigned said the t earth was wet dowir only five or six inches by Saturdays rain bUI ut half past 12 oYlnck uldllIti r heavy rain came from the iouthalld liuted abnut tVo hume doing more good and prolonging tobiico scasorr Some faVuif considering ita caPe of nrctii nt to tobacte JTSundaysl vqItto the C jprlf ot thereixt- dercit on IIII tributaries wnFhvl away a nti saw logs ciiUccted by J Hampton for mnkiiig Into hC his saw mill uxcnioum CUUNTUY I1ow go U Hampton of near IryhRs provided his resident mcitonimg spring water by ravity ing had a one inehmyanizetI in pipe laid twenty In Uc under ground from a never Hog spring 3300 feet distant u ne farm to the residence whir is piped metrow I pipedelivcrsing is cemet1und arranged that the water j i icopt clean be elegonthomehigh of tasteful architecture and Of autifully situated on a command of g eminence which is reached by pi Stakesort of outbuilding for comfort shiHeproving It so that It bids fair one or be of the prettiest in the co timeunyLOCUSTS AND CRAWFISH Com T5The locusts that came upon A Peeds farm near town therplnved a trick on George or adoptedan unusual way to make a their advent on the surface 3 br whoughtnli like small ordinary crawfish imneys and declared that ins crop of locusts each used one of ose tubes in emerging from tilieag He said ho was puzzled know how they got time water to mix the mud for the tubes Con eidering time fine offer for his farm George declined recently it would be almost libelous to suggest that that the locusts bimply used craw sh chimneys to make their call SPURLOCKHAII Mr Simpson Spurlock and Miss Emma Hum tieret the home of Oscar Cnnyers on White Ouk Creek Thursday afternoon The attendants were Chan Conyert and Miss Annie Spurlock sister of the bridegroom Robt S Anderson and Miss Nellie Lee My e erramaindhe bridegrooms lather Ju Spur ock the wellknown fbiackBmlthLiti Wyoming Tho oed a very pretty and worthy young lady rho bridegroom Is said to bOA nice and deserving young Oman1Os1 owners of mail boxes on the R F D routes must display signals on the boxes when there is mail in them to bo collected by the carrier as the latter is instructed to not open the box unless such sign l is dispTnyed k T l T rfu ia J f j t 4 t f j t For Men None better Few as good S x ANOTHER DROOTII SunE who reside in have a certain n liquors to nest fw sure of thuir supplies before Jili if they expect to procure th h tXPI i I r fC i FIy t L 0 tT 11iay r 10 1906 Agents or Sprcial insiriict inc regard to handling spirilu us vinous or molt liquors to Local vilion towns in the State of I7i tucky effective June 11 100C On and after June 11 J9061Iip rlliquorstowns in Kentucky sIpped fr m points outside the State of I cnI urky CO D or otherwise Jay delivered if addressed to oona Ode consignee of lawful ageheAgents at points Kentucky must refuse phipiaints spirituous vinous or malt liquors consigned to points within the te of Kentucky where Local OpI laws are in force Agents muft refuse to accept pments for points within the te of Kentucky from distillers known denier or in any case where the shipper when asked if shipment contains liquor ref rUles to answer satisfactorily Agents at such Local Option points are instructsd not to deliver euoh shipments when shipped from point in the State of Kentucky These instructions will pot apply en shipments of liquors are con neti to a licensed physician or druggist to whom such shipments may be delivered in unbroken ee in quantities not to exceed five gallons at any one time Yours truly K SA FORD Superintendent THE SPRING sThe Olympian prings Co has secured the services of J C Shropshire of Fayette county this season and will open for tho entertainment of guccls June 1 The company is also pa cularly fortunate in enlisting the cervices of Col Bob Hazelrigg as erkand general entertainer We have met Mr Shropshire attitfound him a very agreeable gentle 4 man who doubtless will help toowin for this resort the share of business to which its tine toedic at waters and uptodate im provements entitle it Col Hazel rgg has rare qualifications for his position and knows thoroughly well how to welcome guests and make thorn feel at home Theta is ho good reason wllwitb hit vari OlympianSprings time limit with guests DISTRICT C0NFEKENcRFrepltin ntions have the visiting ministers who vi Uat tend the Loxtngtfin District Con ference of tho MB ChurohSonth which will meet here nut week fr rH J1 F C r xx sssi IMENSBOYS CUltiDRENs CLOTHING A look at our stock will convince you flint We Lead the Way in This Line WE CAN DRESS YOU FROM TIP TO TOP We have some NEW STYLE HATS Just iudSHOES 400FLORSHIEM 350WISLESSEROwi iexx Prllhihitlllndnm1j tt9i4g Do you know where The Pocket T Well ask for Glllonsif 6 yim pay lither ashu has a larHockof i ETC jst be sld this firand see lila goods and i l1ndt1 wdllfu f I 1 t fn Ihe j OwisacviritE GRADED =thuBI1urd of Education Ow cvilie wi vth1the OwingsviJIo Graded Schiiols tot the year ending June 30 J906 ppilsformnc of Jilustimn Crbused on enrollment was about 85 per cent The increasing itof the schools insures m ih crease in nil the department ieiiye ar The average cost to the child per ad for a nine months term based on average uttenlanee was 1616 The wisdom of the Board of Ed uration in increasing the number teachers for next year huts been widely commended by till thinking pcoplj In the grade nil year or even the greater part of the have been pr which speaks well for both teacher and Probably the most commendable thing about our schools is the cour teous bearing of the pupils Ictwarithe teachers and each a cultivate this has been one of our the art of living together in har m any In teaching force we believe our a betn conscientious and hard ing ready nt all times to do any mount of work when the best in terestR of the schools demanded it theIun forraly intelligent and cordial sup port of my efforts to raise the stand urd of time Owingsville schools Vfp have now a splendid Bystom of schools which I trust will contin schools It must either retrograde r Tho success of lire schools is largely due to the coop eratian of tbe patrons nnd we ap predate their hearty cooperation In life is to make time Owingsville schools the best With your continued Support and the cooperation of one of the most intelligent corps of teachers to be found in any small town thre Is no reason why this cannot bo done Very respectfully C F MARTIN Principal of School Shoes for everybody at Brother U f 10 w tor Ladies Skirts SlJirt1 We arc aistsIline of ir goods We ure jnd guarantee the Carpets UtIPt o MW tvc rxxx THE RQCKET hoi111hnnlltLfKrnnro SHOES HIATSV season prlces GitetoNS Pocket duringthe year pomotedpupilsS beIitoveragework tihing yearMy ilnimtbevuS Hattings fiLl t 0 o1 TyphoiD FJIERWelllty C nton aged 25 years died of n morningnbo H JudycvatinWto Miss Sue Davis who sur I ohkhdn j Curringtnn deceased of the ariflgtOflB Rock neighborhood on upper jn1t Lick Creek The bnqy was taken through here Mpn ft before noon fur burialat the d nmoon JSalt Lick Tho begre itwztveey tnImpthyin Fh4PLrED ehMarsume Saturday afternoon He to thehlod of tithe town and secured UeisprofessillnhewllpopcrbultiIIls sloJuuiollg our IIJoNgSHic KayflOllice Sunday alternoon by Elder Robert Campbell The brldia the at e Suldestwho lives on Jeff Dawsons farm on Upper Slate Creek She is only about 15 or 16 years old She is said to bu a very industrious good girl Mr Jones is n son of John M Jonep of Kendalls Springs and is said to be a working buy mind very lemorving He anti bride have TOE OUTLOOKH tnId wishes DODBIK FDDlNQA doublo Oweddingplace in the Wyoming Christian Church Wednesday of this week Mr Thop Conyers to Miss Nellie Lee Myore and Mr Robert S An I ConyersThofiridearo son and dau hter of Jack Conyers Miss Myers is u dauch ter of Joseph Myers Mr Aflder son is a son of E O Anderson Alloro of Wyontlngor vicinity arid alt afo very young They are nice folks LICENSED TO WXDIn addition to the weddings elsewhere report relicense thJaLMiss Malinda EHen Spurlock of Fleming county John LL Richardson of Rjcfriird sons store beyond the Glympfan nce11rI i J7t f d rJ y J 77IHarness Buggy Whips and Lap Rob s o faltkinds I have 3 large stock to select from i j4jIEUGENE MlNlHAN mr Owingsviiteyky tvi T l RACKET STORE 1We have our SpHilg Goods iidV OnSCall and get our prices and v will save you money i Masons quart fruit jars doz 50o Stone Jon gallon 80 Milk Crocks gallon 80 4gal Ash Churn 7So Curtain Stretchers 1 Pratts Poultry Foot 20c 12 inch Glass Vaso lOc Chambers 20c Jelly Glasses each2eVinegar Cruets lOc 6 inch Glass Berry Bowl 5c China BpvI and Pitcher 98o Vegetable Bowls 18 15 lOo FOR 1 ir j tit ll1 Lsitt ei iv AXVTHER RAT STORT John Ed M inn and eight others to while ay the time during the rain Sat fly mon ing removed an old rut pm itt Seth BOlts barn on t rekilmig omit und killed htyeighmi T1c hut eleven ng big ones filer were some twobarreliof cobs under the pen show how much corn the ruts had eaten CrAiMR iiAMPioNStitf Myers Secretary claims Farmers baseball club the champi onship of Rowan and Bath coun ties since ho fay tho club has challenged every team in those counties and has not got a game any Huh wants a came nddrera m or unit Joe Elau Farmers 4Whitenday was about equal to that of last year though not no largo as it used to he As it was not more than hate the people could get into the church Elder It H Ross preached Probably most of the people hud reached home before till rain came up COLORED VEDDinti The crowd1 made a break for the County Clerk ffice Saturday afternoon to see lder Robt Campbell unite in mar riiijje Thoe fancy and Lucy Razor colored people of Lick j THROWN Odt OF CART Doe Shrout was thrown out of his cart harkingtogweek while he was going home from town He wits pfinfcen tip some bat not hart mt1cIiWIStEffA AotWER nameless winfer came SUnday nfght and on Monday mofnittg heatlAg fires and overcoats were brought into quisith It was vftry favorable tobacco both fof e laborrfs Hfftd ttsv plants that ere sot out MynOmEhorned with leather natter on iberal IMaefhtne UtMt Srelt ay r t I Pamntptcah ilfc T5 iTin Sifters 10 r t Mens Lihen HaUl 20c ICUtsdies Canvass Slprspr 125 1 i Lawns yd 12f 10 5o Heavy Shbe Stringp prx Ic Ladies NIght Gowns v j 49d Ladies Slippers prI60T2575o Comb ahd Brush Rack 60 1 Corset Clasps ir 5SRemnant Rhbops Cheap CASH PAID EGGS E UrTDJxz II r4Jufr POWERtrWatchmaker X 1 r and Jeweler till 4iSItyJIaf F5S fRHrrtIfs rjj Clarencec Salt transplanffrtg Graphopiiones and For Sale at Bargain Prices W t R cpaifiii a Specialty 1 WRIf i NGContplninthaflnlf 5 jbeen made to me of stock running at large in the town of yor are hereby notified that un ICSK said stock is immediately put Up I will be compelled to put sairf stock in time stmarjme5 I City Marshal Fnnst Thero was frostin the 1notHan Conner aged 2J yedru whileh Jplying dislocated ber shoulder Monday night V WONKY TO LoA10OO to loan ott fiath County farm land fur three tir five years Lowest ihtorent Call ou or address US WOOD J 52t Mt Sterling Ky Prdf Bleullef gavo a dance tos the society folks at tbcQBurthous Monday flight L To Whom It Hay Concerns Notice is hereby given that hay ing been elected arid qualified alt Treasurer of Batfr county 1 Ia4Jestablished tity oflSce 1a offlceof the Owingsvnie1 Birning rT Company BtyBCff Of y tfpeftffanf twilt be at aHJm fJ at if Ik- r ready to dfscnalgfo tfrer rfuttea ott ii cnmbnt opon me as fressflref J8 1 SnAtAi iTreasure of Bt II County 1r OwinRsviire KyfJLtftt IflOd 5fF T13DL 4 Pfc iffioti Druggist r f=jfocerfes f I1OtIOflE4SFresh Confectioneries Fresh Vegetables i6ds Delivered promptly t Telephone No 8 OWIffiv1T T JtTlJ1t Yff t 1tY kt a f 4 c 0 S AS t I 2 zt 4 Owingsville Outlook OUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher INGSVILLE KENTUCKY Pners in Business t average man success Tie frrdepends more upon his man 3 bappearance than upon his fctHiWledgc of his trade or business or as one might say of his profession A Chicago newspaper has lately been i noting some failures and their causes I It cites tho case of one man who was a successful salesman in a buslI aess house in Chicago but was un able to get any custom when sent on the toad The general manager of the nis4 it day to talk over the matter The man crumbled crackers into his soup until IPS it was thick and then ate the mixture from the his inend of spoon great V toouthfuls When the meat was served he shoveled It In with his knife and 0 had finished eating and was noisily lcklng his teeth almost before the a manager had begun his meal In re to a question he told the man 1ager that he always took his cus out to lunch and used every t atmethod to win their confidence and Isi42 friendship The manager then said a rou couldnt sell nw af stick of gum i r NtTmatfwhose personal habits are eo a f obtrusively vulgar as yours could have rr the slightest influence with me Had j I lunched with you before sending you e on the road I would never have dls our houso by giving It such a Icraced These words Hurl Companion but the man i profited by them and today la ono u of the mr ntlemanly as well ai J rtSx successful salesmen rJ road v her case cited Ia tHatof a minis vv se unrefined manners annoyed n o wen relatives J1 They tried to help m btit ho re ya tented their suggestions and men less I Ii Able Intellectually but with more ot the graces of refinement In their man were called to the opportunitiesS JtInonservice In the pulpits of the large influential churches They used 9d teach manners In the old days Now ftoI Is little formal instruction If p a youth does not learn good manners Elathoxne be has to pick them up when 4 out into the world or else be 4 handicapped Great geniuses have I j respect In spite of boor t ishness bCJ It is never safe for a f genius young man jp assume that he is a a Political GeographyeA new study has been added to tho curriculum of certain American col leges It is Known as political goo graphy and is denned as the study of i geography in relation to political and Asocial Institutions To teach economic a L subjects as well as otner university p branches a knowledge of elementary t fgeographyi that many students though primed With Greek and x atla lacked any- thingl approaching familiarity with this oldfashioned study Hence the 1 Invention of political Geography The q 4 elementary side is taken upland in uIs connection with this emphasis is laid aa studied came to be a separate dls country upon Item political in t V jjsjand the geographic influ V aDUi f a present political problems of j60unt interest in connection with r 1 of the countries studied Thea a iyflrbrld events of the past two years 5O have greatly assisted in making the I e course Interesting This year while yIi the Irish question was agitating Brit 1o tab politics In the study of France the great question of separation ot vi r church and state came up for discus z aba the interest of the class in Nolway and Sweden was enhanced e events that have led to the separation j 8f Norway from Sweden the Balkan question has been at the forefront for 5athe great RussoJapanese war has Bade the study of Russia and Japana cf especial interest 1IrS t J The man who knows it all and s cms himself ail sucient for all oc sio7rsrr =H especially for emergen a iTs Is a familiar figure in all em I ploymenlsf public and private More a men achieve failure by knowing too 1 much and trying to do too many a t things to which they are not called than by the opposite course The t overdoer more frequently than the 4 rman who keeps below a high stand a rails to realize his alms Dom inated by a deep and abiding sense ot h his capacity for usefulness and by an f e equally robust doubt of other mens qualifications this Inflated personage i I Is a nuisance at all times and In any avocation Miss Grace M Varcoe who Is now r In New York nas crpSsed the Atlantic liilmta as ihejagent of an English 4 j ism snl cjoncern and on each trip she his tarried with her gems valued at from J150000 to 300000 Miss Var roe is said to be an expert lapidarist ialIjfdUM In this country Canada and+ 9 Europe as the representative of her- r Ann She speaks foiir languages and rt rWi ujBcldenlpHy carries a revolver which iij ldt nnlpa require could also sHajs1 if aa ever that there Is BO IIZ 1Jowlthout some compensating gain t S 71lIe rebuilding of San Francisco will 1 give work to Ihoubands and already 4 arrangements are being made to seno rkrzand to coast t La The figures compiled from what are ahowlngitworthy records were made 1096000 1 persons have last their lives by earth Quaftee are appalling tJ rt i JJJII1 a H Vasnr who has been t l with the United States sub t j treasury at Boston more than 40 1 ry Ars and nearly that length of time ciafit dI l Wrk Is the moSt remarkable and ac 1tY fepllshed coin expert in America 4thall few 1C any equals in the s 1L f s tW the Chicago Ire It wwi bad UFSSfetalk about Mrs 6Learys row i J i JtIMFrUctecOearthquaktjla oii the c r t c I tor tMaame eaeo t f i 1 IiHit frb 1 I + tf4 t J i tI 7JIt11 1 r JII jot iJ t 4 4a r Jr 1lif fJ r 1j r Under the Red Robelif By STANLEY WEYMANw Onydgb 094 by bUIy CHAPTER XlVCoNTiNitKD I stared at him and was dumb Somehow tho strango things hall ie setl1prises I had found awaiting mo here had driven m own fortunes my own pe forilenL Now at this question all re tu strnedsuddenly In my breast I strove for a savor of the old hardihood hut for the ni ofamentVellV he said lightay a faint smile lifting his mustache You do not aI steaktwentyfourth M tie Itorault So much I know And you reached Paris without him last night lie has riot maton Bvffl you the slip with sudden nutI No Monscigncur I fmullercd linkingP tiiondho continued What unvo you done with him He knows much and tho v theoploNo MoiiKcigncur f stammered w ilish ruowfe IIarfulhim the truth Anti yet that Gil d Berault n dIialit tulos Ioaidhave not him s stetBecause you l1avwhlnt ho ex claimed He leaped foroard his hands o te terings oimallerBecause I have let him gopI re p riAndthe tiIleenuseanswered desperately Because Mon seigneur I am a gentleman and tills ask should have been given to onu who was not I took him if you must know I continued impatiently the f bluoIderJbydoggIng IJctrayInsIn my lifeof which you were good to throw something In my lecth when I was last hereI have never done that awl I will not AntI so you set him freeD Yes After you hUll brought hIm to Audi MYt And In point of fact saved him from Into the hands ot tho com m andant at Auch desperatelyThen In you sirrah ho rejoined in a terri ble voice and stooping still farther f eyesYoudenee who received 01 r life on parolo nd but for your iromile to me woul- ehlwl been carrion 1tilj month past answer uio that What lIt the trdst placed In you J he nUiWJr IlL lot 1tkhi- o s lpiielifpenalty j And do you think hat f do not know why ho rctortAl striking his one band on the arm of tho chair wIth a force which starllcl me Ilecauseh powerIst iheup withered and paralyzed Because but have a care Hayo a care be continued not loudly but In n voice ike a lOgs snarlnou and those others Have u care I say or you may find yoursllrmlst ken yethAs Heaven shall me an swered solctualy that Is not true Until I reached Paris last night I knew nothing of this report I came hero with a single mind to redeem my Emlnencon trust For a mom jl liC remained In the samn attitude staring at mo fixedly Then his faco somewhat relaxed Pc good enough io ring that bell he said rallCItcame in and gliding up to tho cardinal placed a paper In his hand The cardinal Irokcd at It while the roan stood with tits head obsequiously bent my heart beat furiously Very pood the cardinal said after a pause which seemed Ia mo to be endless Let the doors he thrown open The man bowed low and retired be bind the screen I heard n little bell ring somewhere in the silence and In moment the cardinal stood up To low mel he said with a strange flash of hIs keen eyes- Actonished I stood aside wbllo ho foIl11ellIstood open we found eight or aIm person tlncs a monk tho mnjor demo and several guards waiting lknmutes These slgnni to mo Ic precede them and fell In behind us and In Ihut order wo passed through the first room and the second wber tho clerks stood with bent heads to receive uj Tha openIo a cried Place Place for His Emi paUllIys and nterp8n emrt room The ushers did not know bcw to look trcmblelJIInbe had passed slowly half tho length of the chamber Then ho turned him self about JadJJ 3rst to ono aid a and then to cenllier with 4 low laugh of dcrison Jfitber ho said In his thin voice what does the psalmist say am become lUck n pelican lu the wilderness and like an owl that in tho desrtl- GLADSTONES LOVING WIFEI nIncr Megv Lord 1scr7gIn rblt to bt KIIOTT i Mrs Charlotte Perkins Oilman was criticising wife worship ths old fash ioned unreasoning bllrd admiration that woman paid to her husband in the past regarding him ea the hand mostlleantedlrl 1JJ i 4 1 ii JJtrr1 il F f Tho monk mvi rt assent And later i game psalm la it not written fihnll perish but thou shalt end It is so hthcr answered men Doubtless thai vpfors to another e the cardinal continued with his slow wintry smile 7ln the meantime e will go back to Our hooks anti our prayers and serve Cod and tho king In small things If tint in yroat Come father this Is no longer a place for us Vanitas vanitatum omnia vanltiis Wo will retire So as solemnly as we lund cone wo marched back through ho first and cond and third doors il wo stood again in the silence uI cardinals chamber ho and I ie vclvrt oted man In black a whlli Klchcllpu seemed lo IM ue lie ood brooding on the ljill with his eyes on tho embers Once I hoard him laugh and twice ho uttered In a tone hitter mockery the words fools Fools Fools At last he looked up saw mo a ul arted Ah ho saitltot had forgot Inn you Well you are fortunate M dn Berault Yesterday I had a hundred clients Today I haivo only ono nnl cannot afford to hang him But for your liberty that lj another matter I would have said something but e turned abruptly to the table lint tting down wrote a few lines on a ccu of paper Then ho rang his bell w hihlo I stood waiting and confounded The man In black came from behind Ihi screen Tiiko that letter and is gentleman to tho upper guard om Ills Embicnco said sharply I CIO hear no more he continued wear raising his hand to forbid Inter ptiou The matter is ended M de eruuhL Be tlvinkful And in a moment I was outside the door my head In a whirl my heart vIded between gratitude and resent ent Along several passages I fol wcd my guide everywhere finding to same silence tile same monastic illness At length when I had begun lo consider whether the basilic or the chatclct would be my fate he stopped at a door gave me the let r and lifting the latch signed me to lier I went In In amazement and stopped In confusion Before me alone just sen from a chair with her face one m oment pale the next red with stood Mademoiselle dc Cochc ret I cried out her narn4 M de Berault she said visibly Irembling You did not expect to- sco tacT expected to seo no one so lU lle Mademoiselle I answered strp g to recover my composure i iiOPEN IT a Yet you mIsfIt have thought tfjjtt we should not utterly desert you gne replied will u reproachful hum ShOfdhavo hffipromlsed another tone while her eyes grew suddenly large with fear Yes Mademoiselle I have sec i im I said And ho has given mn my life And L- And sent me to Imprisonment For bow long she whlsperaC I do not know I answered I ejcfiect during the kings pleasure- 1Shchsliudderedrt may have dQne more harm than good she murmured looking at mo piteously But I dldj It for the best I told him alt and yes perhaps I did harm But to hear her accuse herself thus when she had made this long and lonely journey to save me when slie had forced herself Into her enemys presence and had as I was mire silo had abased herself for tao wits more than I could bear Hush Madcmol elle hush I said almost roughly You hurt me You have made me happy and yet I wish that you were not here where I fear you have few friends bUt back at Cocheforet You have done more than I expected and n hundred times more than deserved But I was a ruined man before this happened I am no more now but I nra stilt that and I would not have your name pinned to mine on Paris lips Therefore goodbye God forbid 1 should say more to you or let you stay wljcre foul tongues would soon malign you She looked at me in a kind of won tIer then with growing smile It Is too late she said gently Too hateD I exclaimed How Mademoiselle Jecause do you remember M de Berault what you told me of your love story by Agen That It could have no happy ending For the same reason I was not ashamed to tell mine to the cardinal By this time it is common property facingIdid you tell him Mademoiselle I whispered my breath coming quickly That I loved she answered boldly raising her clear eyes to mine And therefore that I was not ashamed to hog even on my knees Nor ashamed lobe with my lOver even in prison I foil ou my knees and caught her hand beforethe last word passed her shipped tier husband in this way but then she had some reason Even In her case though the good ladys exag gerated wife worship would sometimes make tier appear ridiculous Titus sItu was staying once at a country house and on a certain even- Ing having finished dressing before her husband she descended to the drawing room alone InlLo drawing room three or four gentlemen were discussing the misfortunes of Ireland One of them as she entered said 1 I cant Imagine what wilt the t i ii fb j PR For the moment I forgot kinK anti cardinal prison and the future allall except that this woman so pure and so beautiful so far above me In all thugs loved me For the moment say Then l remembered myself l Mood up and thrust her from mo in a Midden revulsion of feeling You do not know me I raid You do not know me You do not know what have dom Thai is what Iibo know she na Bwered looking at me with a wondrous smile Ah but you do not ciicd Aud besides there Is thisthIs botwrvn us And picked up the cardinals letter It had fallen on the floor She turned a shade tinier Then she said Open II Open It it is not sealed nor closed obeyed mechanically dreading what I might sce Even wliuui I Iwd It open looked at the finely scrawled characters with eyes askance But at last I nade It out It ran thus or MMRH ittrayuro Is Unit M n ImvlMK inlxnl hlniFtlf III wlh- nf r siato rctliv forthwith to them it CoelieCorot anil mullnc himself w Its limits until the Kings liot v further known nICIIIIIrP he not day we wcic married Tiie cenlng we left Paris and I i in hr company Iho rnid w had twice traversed nlouo and In rravlncss Jtt fortnight liter we were at Coche ford In the brown woods under the southern mountains and the great cardinal once more triumphant over his enemies saw with cold smiling ryes the world pass through his cham her The floodtide which then set In lasted IP years In bilef until his death For the world had learned Is lessen and was not lo be deceived a second time To this hour they ill that day which saw me stind for 11- 1Ills friends The day of Dupes TilE ENDltIN APPROPRIATE ATTIRE CIIII mt Wn Simir liit ny lint It Wnout a First Innrrnl Mrs lang busyather desk became aware of the swishing of silken skltts along the corridor without followed liy a light tap on the casing of the open door She looked up to see her colored maid Almena smillrg coyly on tile threshold relates Youths Companion As she met her mistress eye she r voiyed slowly on her high heels as in- a pivot to allow her costume to be in spected It was of black silk with a pattern of purple pansics rather larie panics the conspicuousness of which in fact bad hastened its bestowal upon Almenaand the effect of them was now cnchanccd by the addition of a deep girdle of purple velvet numerous bands nail bows of purple ribbon unit z largo lint made of purple violets Very becoming said Mrs Lang approvingly anti very fpsthe It made over capitally and it fits you like a glove Arc you going to a pal ty Almena Nom said Almena brightly pleased with tho compliment Ain goln to no party din time jes a funeral Cassandra Jones done los her husban A funeral Cassandra Tones ex claimed Mrs Lang Why I thought Cassandra lost her husband over a year ago Yasin but she done losVhlm aginr Poroj Cassy Bin never haft no Fus its pip sit her chickens nn nex her tukkeys lost cniselvqg Jos about TbaukBglvin time an now ef taint a hnsban sluoJs hard on Cassv tIXIt i i Ttutely i7s IanlJ and the uuucii paimuiiBiM ivx iwu i yolu- hliltik perhaps she would understand better how much sympathy you feel for her IfIt your diessIf you changed to something a HUle quieter Truly Almena that hCW jown does seem rather for a funeral Almena stilfened and looked offended then with an air of patient condescension to an obtuse Intellect she explained TJllnt lIke twas a fus funeral for her us hus Jan Mis Lang the said with dignity Wen Ihonso died I went In plain black yasm plain est kind o black and a crepe veil berried from a widder But talnt do same bout Lucius don you see Mis Lang Lucius htV Jus Cassys sec ond husban an pupple an black bein second mourning ills yere gown conic in right handy to celebrate de obse- quIous occasion Stmtol While He Slept My first day in India said the tourist I was surprised whrn I awoke In the morning to feel how smooth my face was By Jove I said how slowly my beard grew yesterday I hardly need lo shavo today It Is however a matter of religion with me to sha e every morning and so I bade the native servant a manS provided by my host to fetch my lug things The native smiled But you arc already shaved sir hit said Already shaved said I Yes sir he answered I shavetl you while you slept That Is the custom here I found that lie was right I found that in India these wonderful native eervants shavo their masters In bed every mornlog without waking them All through my stay in India was shaved like that It was almost enough lo keep me lu that hot and horrid country forever Louisville Courier Journal CuljC Ctulnuoe The young attache of the American Legation sat on tho balcony of the Hotel Michaclovitch watching with interest a body of students who poured out from the college buildings and with frenzied shouts hoisted red flags In an instant the student body be came a mass af shouting struggling desperatelyWhoop Hurray Slssboomah yelled the American remembering his wlnlllngtheHush cried tho terrified manager or youll be arrested Dont you know that those are students in riotous dem onstratlon against the government Why no gasped the American I thought it was a college cant rush or a hazing partyN Y Sun fate nfpeeroltl Erin but ttlcreabove who knows Yes said Mrs Gladstone corapla minutelie Illet Ilcktrlcled Doctor to Mrs Brown whoso husband Is IIlhIns lio laid any lucid In tervals Mrs Brown with dh lIlfadnothlng eXcept wikl jcu order J JUG tor Chicago aomwj Ji ir j THE REIGN OF- DARKNESS A STORY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLES STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM By the Hilawa y and Byway Preacher CloIIIrhlllIl6b 1101 Scripture utthonityExoulits 1021 29 Psalm 7849 OSES hurried forward It was time for the iiinly visit of Pharaoh to the Nile and he must not miss him The promise hall been given that if the plague of locusts was withdrawn he the king would let the children of Israel go with their flocks and herds to worship In the wilderness as Moses had demanded lePtl1ndwas again seeking an Interview with the king On every hand In the garden which had been so beautiful there wore signs af devastation nail ruin for what the awful hull In Its fury hind failed to cut to pieces and heat Into the ground had been devoured by tInt voracious lo custs Trees were stripped bare and the tender plants and shrubs were broken nail eaten until butt mere stubs protruded from the eirth lint the day was glorious and serene anti the sun hone in all his brilliancy Nature seemed In amiable mood and with soothing touch Wits striving to heal he cruel wounds which the plagues hall made Not a single locust re mained of nil that vast myrliul which had covered the land and it dill not feenr possible that front that balmy Iear sky there could have poured such a storm of hall and sleet Even Pharaoh felt more cheerful limn for many days past The fear that hall clutched at his heart while the storm was at its height nail the- reatg jagged chunks of ice were hiss- Ing through the air like demons and pounding on the earth until the roar filled the air had left him and In its place there came a fierce and liter defiance against Moses and his Jod and a new loyalty to the gods of Egypt He lifted his eyes to the sun and bowed In adoration exclaiming 0 Osiris thou art tho soc of Egypt and above all other gods Thou art the god who rules in Egypt and ithee we give thanks for del h erance from the scourges which the displeasure of the gods has sent upon us Again he lifted his eyes towards the heavens and stretching out his hands in supplication he cried Thou ruler of heaven and earth gLVu ear yn this attitude he stood for some gartturning he saw Moses standing watch bittertornand murderous Jyl filled hi- tIltrt Hare jj dessa4tendaii 7ntitt uttered 1 i nd despai heir hands tdTI- cjtsh and tear a ie burn n ItcuXng film which seemed to envelop theth and shut out the light In vain did fhey call upon their gods An ago9of fear and terror seized them as realized that some awful ca Iamftr lunch fallen upon them Like madmen Pharaoh and his attendants leaped about and beat upon their brCasjU And when the first spasms of fear and terror had passed a fierce and I murderous hatred filled their hearts against Moses and Aaron and could they have seized them they would have torn them in pieces As it was they called down upon their heads all the awful curses of the gods of Egypt nail beat the air in their impotent frenzy- It was a sight to make ones blood run cold Silently Moses and Aaron looked upon the scene Here was tho mighty Pharaoh helpless and undone before the power of their nod Hero was the king under whose iron heel poor Israel lund been bruised and crushed humiliated by dire physical Buffering Here was the vice resent of the grcat sun god the giver of light held In the relentless and unyielding power of darkness Is it any wonder that Moses and Aaron as they stood there beholding should have felt stealing Into their hearts a new confidence in the God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob and an assurance that He who had promised dellver ance to Israel was able to bring His purposes to pass At last the rage of the king has spent Itself A sense of his helpless ness sweeps over him and In place of the angry curses falling from hi lips there comes a despairing shriek for help And for answer his attend ants echo his cry and confess them selves unable to help Butt listen what Is that From the direction of tho adjacent city there comes a sound like the distressing moan of the wind whistling through ihe leafless forest in winter It risen and falls and rises again and the king trembles as hu listens and then he recalls Moses words Let dark ness be upon all thy people Slowly upon his dazed brain there breaks a sense of the calamity which has be fallen his nation Darkness over all the land The light of their great sun god shutout from every eye Again uncontrollable passion seizes him and he breaks forth into another awful tirade against Moses and Aaron but the curses are unheard for the latter have gone Terrible days followed Three days Of painful helpless blindness The York Pa William Neuman who left this city 41 years ago and had not been heard front since his departure has been located during the last few days Neuman left York when he was only 18 years od He never wrote fo hU relatives and they thought Him deadWhen the recent San Francisco dis aster occurred Neuman was so dis turbed that ho concluded toYrIte a r j f C1II3 wail of the land IIdyingcould give Fathers and mothers ab sent from home and unable to return People fearful to move about in their blindness and pleading piteously for some one to lead them Even Pharaoh was deserted with none able to help for his attendants were as helpless as ho to make their way from tho garden At last how ever his cry for help reached the ear of a Hebrew who chanced to be pass Ing and he was persuaded to lead the king utah his helpless followers back 10I time unlace It was a piteous spectacle The proud Pharaoh being led by a despised Hebrew nnd behind him trailing the others of the royal company How conies it that thou hast escaped this condition Pharaoh asked as he touched his blinded cyea pathetically I am a Hebrew was the quiet re spouse A Hebrew he exclaimed anger again rising within him How long is Egypt to be afflicted with thy pest lential race Re gone lie shouted but the next Instant as he realized his helplessness he called to the man to return Blind people titled the roadway groping helplessly about and trying to find their way home Hearing the sound of tho footsteps of the king antI his company they shouted for help and It being noised about that It was the king and his attendants being helplessly led hack to the palace one of the bolder of the men cried Where are tim gods of Egypt Where is Osiris the god of light that the king antI his people should be so stricken Moses God has triumphed Even Pharaoh Is brought low before Him Silence shouted one of the attend ant priests shame that you revile your king thus but In his helpless blindness he could do nothing further and tile man turned and railed upon him say Ing- Where Is thy power now 0 priest seeing thou canst not help the king in his distress Where Is thy Influence with the gods of Egypt They cannot stand before Moses God Shouts of approval from the people standing about showed the generals feeling which prevailed throughout till land for people were growing weary of the struggle with Moses andthad long been urging that Pharaoh thisithey were more Ulan ever bItter During those days of darkness the only relief they knew was that afford cd by numbers of the Hebrews who canto ftvm Goshen and ministered to their ueils And thus it came to passMthat tho wwi re t favor 2timegifts In the rrso they were iearn- Ing the lesson thiLibe God of Moses set a difference between the Egyptians mill the HebAvs Every service per formed there was rendered by the He brews who hud been summoned Even Pharaoh w obliged to receive from the hand 1e despised people the food he t he raiment he wore All day ae sat In the impene trable r i hearing footsteps and vol t seeing naught he bad time meditation And how terrible was teditatiun How fearful he was tlIwer of the people he had op c1so long and so cruelly Would 1rn upon him Would they plot l him and fako his life Every lSWs horror were fIIleqwlth an appro j Ihe third day fter the repealed unities bC his cburtlcrs ho con whenjerye serve only Mocks end your herds stay let JUle ones also go with you Jut thou must give us some sac rifices amiulThimint offerings Moses re plied firmly for we would sacrifice unto the Lord our God Our cattle also shall go wjth us there shall not an hoof bo left behind Pharaohs face darkened and his heart set Itself like flint against the demand of Moses and he said unto lbImimuI will not let them go Get thee from me take heed to thyself see iny face no more for in that day thou seest my face thou shall die MARSHALL FIELDS ADVICE Embodied In His Words to Young Man Who Tried to Sell Him Bonds A young bond salesman for a New YQrk house interviewed the late Mar shall Field in the spring of 1905 with a view to selling him a number of Penn sylvania railroad guaranteed bonds yielding a little less than four percent Young man said Mr Field relates Worlds Work you are only wasting my time and yours I like your bonds When the trustees of my estate come to Investing the Interest on my investment I hope they will buy that kind of bonTls but lam a business man and do not care to put fullydeelopellshould care to buy out a business enterprise that seemed to mo to have reached tho limit of Its growth no matter how solid It might be Your bonds are too good for me Mr Field It will be noted invested his surplus on the same principle upon which he built up his business namely to put the money where It has a chance to grow Drunken Men More Dangerous In 1902 there were 16000 policemen In London and 3000 of them were Injured in the course of their work ydrunken40 fire 20 and disorderly crowds 8 So they could see that the drunfcfm men were more dangerous to the po dogsFactsTotal Abstaining Mayors It is known that in England and Wales there are at least 50 mayors who are total abstainers while in Scotland the chief magistrates of about 50 Scot tish burghs Including the lord provost of Edinburgh are in the same category LOCATED BY EARTHQUAKE ietter to hIs family giving thorn count of his travels and preseti whereabouts He said that he had lived at Oakland on a farm for man years and that the earthquake had shaken him up considerably but had done no damage Hu will visit his old home again ID the near future He has several brothers living here all of them bolnj prominent ungeua i i J ISTAE NEWS PICKVPS t i i 3 GIVEN COULTER ft Ce Auditor of Kentucky Died at His Horns In Mayfield acid Ky May 26Gus Given C ofoudi ofedmorning after an illness of two weeks of Inflammatory rheumatism He leaves a widow and four children Bet tie Amelia Augustus and Claude The funeral services will be held Saturday willibepastor of the Mayfield First Baptist church Mr Coulter was one of the best known men In the stato of Kentucky For a number of years he had been prominent in democratic politics throughout the state and was known as well in the Blue Grass and even in the mountains as in the first district where he spent his life For years he held the office of state auditor and was one of the most popularofficials at the capital At the time of his fe tlrcment from public life a little over a feel e naffectsto w poithr fregrettedas well as personal friends throughout tho state During tIme campaign of William Goebel for governor and the troublous times following Ihe election he was one of the strongest supporters of Goebel lIe was born at Brlens burg In Marshall county Ky August 15 1861 and was a son of the late Claude C Coulter who was noted in his day as a politician scholar anl ASSESSMENTSt Are Raised In Kentucky By the State Board of Equalizationa Frankfort Ky May 26Tho state board of equalization passed on the following counties and gave the easment In each a preliminary raise subject to a hearing from each county delegation early In June Kenton coun 4 10 p fierty 15 per cent on town lots Jefferson 20 per cent on lands Bracken 20 percent on lands and 10 on town lots Grant 15 on lands and 10 on town lots Greenup 10 per cent on lands Harrison 12 on lands 6 on lots Lew 10 per cent on both lands and lots ason 10 par cent on land Nicholas 0 on lands Pendleton 20 on lands Robertson S on lands 10 on lots The following counties were left unchanged Boone Carter Fleming and Rowan JUST FOR FUNwThe Judge Soaked the Attorney Again For Giving Him the Ha Ha Georgetown Ky May 25Jn the 5000 slander case of Mrs Frank Thompson vs J C B Sebree the defendant former county prosecutor pleaded his own cause losing by a verdict of 1000 During crossexam nation Sebrcc was fined 25 for con of court and when he gave the ha ha Judge Stout added another fine Just for fun Tho suit was caused by a charge of perjury enfei r by tho defendant In depositions over a title I DOUBLE LVNCH1NGd Planned If the Assailants of Mrs Moore Are Caught klMt Sterling Ky May 24 Bascom Perkins anti Bert NIckell young men charged with criminally assaulting Mrs Press Moore In Wolfe county itwerethe adrkness near Torrent and arc still at large A large posse la ing the mountains for them searchi ing Is feared as the horrible has aroused the mountain people to a frenzy The young woman Is In a dan gerous condition but will recover Quits the Southern Louisville Ky May 25 Richard L Curran assistant general freight agent of the Southern railway has tendered his resignation to become effecllvc on June at which time he will be come general agent of the N C St L road with headquarters here with headquarters hcre Will Resist the Mayor Louisville Ky May 2The Louis rule Mutual Protective association bet ter known as the saloon keepers league which Is made up of all the retail liquor dealers pt the city at a meeting decided to resist the order of the mayor to close saloons on Sunday Louisville Tobacco Louisvilte May 25The market was strong and active Thursday Of the 177 hhd offerings 132 hhds were bur ley and 45 hhds dark Prices of the burley ranged from 570 to2050 an unusually high prices The dark prices ranged from 485 to 720 Kentucky Womans Fist St Louis May 21Mrs M Flynri cf Lafayette avenue a Louisville Ky woman who has lived In St Louis only three weeks slapped a man who made advances toward her near her home knocked his hat oft and told him what she thought of his conduct Heavy Rains at Lexington Lexington Ky May 26A heavy rain at midnight appearing to be gen eral In Central Kentucky breaks up severest drought at this time of year since 1867 Damage done cereals is extensive Gala Day for Knights Paris Ky May 24This was a gala day with the Knights Templars here there being about lSOfo of them tatcommandery is headed by the First Regiment band of Cincinnati They were the first to reach the city Truant Schoolboys Act Louisville Ky May 25 Andrew Leltner 15 a truant schoolboy while being chased by his father swallowed two ounces of carbolic acid with the Intention of committing suicide He will recover although terribly burned County Clerk Resigns London Ky May 24W W Clark clerk of the United States district anis circuit courts here has tendered resignation to tako effect June 1 to accept a position as traveling purchas ing agent for a West Carrollton O firm Noted Lawyer Dies Lexington Ky May 24Jas H Beauoharap C4 noted corporation law yer died at his home here He was tta husband of Mrs Prances E Beau champ president of the State Wo t ans Christian Temperance union DECISIONS Handed Down By the Kentucky Court of Appeals Frankfort Ky May 25The court appeals Thursday affirmed the casa the Merchants Police District Tel ephone Co against the Citizens Tele ph ono Co from Kenton county The court says the Merchants Co Is operal- ing without authority of law that the ordinance purporting to give it a fran chlse and the right to perate in Coy In gton is contrary to Section 184 of the constitution and Is invalid The rase of Robert Cornelius against the Soulh Covington and Cincinnati Street railway was also affirmed Cornelius a small boy was run over and Injured by a street car but the court holds the street car company was not at fault In the case of the LoulsvllbV Tank Line Co against the Common wealth from Franklin the court lucid that although the company leawd all its cars it must pay a franchise tax like any of the other corporators med in Section 4077 of the Kentucky It is regarded as a very Im rtant ruling as ojher similar corpor lons will now be required to pay anchise tax t STOPPED TRAIN At Chasms Brink But Engineer Had Already Jumped to His Death Somcrsot Ky May 24Scott Gil lesple of this city engineer on Q C Freight Train No 31 southbound met Heath by jumping from hits engftie cab thinking his engine was destined o fall over New river bridge next to he highest on the Q A C road John Colyer head braksman who was in he calm with Gillesple also jumped nd now lies in a critical condition in the hospital Just before reaching the t ridge the front wheels of the engine jumped the track Gillesple thinking there was no chance to save his train Jumped However the engineer on the second engine stopped the train Just befora it hit the bridge Glllesple reman stood In the box and wasnot RETIRED MERCHANT Dies From Grief Over the Mysterious Death of His Son Louisville Ky May 2A Hous man a retired mercant G3 years old died early Thursday morning His afflictions were heart trouble dropsy grief over the mysterious and tragic death of his son in Chicago a year ago Injuries received in a B O train reck ten years ago from which he never fully recovered and a fall seven j months ago which fractured his skull He is survived bjsiven daughters j Grieving over Jife deatTi JiVher son Fireman iilrs CaYHeTflfi Cuslck ageti 65 years tiled at mldnlgh oC rbr6ken heart James Cuslc died1 recently tfC rheumallsm c DISGUISED AS NEGRO WOMEN Robbers Entered Candy Store at Lex dngton and Assaulted Proprietor Lexington KyCT May 2C Disguised a s liegro we a robbers entered th confectioner tore Friday night con ducted J S Cribbons dn Maxwell street lind assaulted theTproprleto and ran out wlf h the cash drawer Gribbons aged SO years was serious y injured The robbers assisted by con1 deratcs escaped anti remain at large Indictments Returned iLondon Kyt May 25The Laurel jj coiihty grand jury returned felony in hic mcits as follows 3Iarvey Brash er elNicholsori and Oscar Wilbur fot saoffUng and woundng Sam Rno erts malicious shootlngKCharlle Ban nelt wounding with dsaJiy Weapon r Willie Hall grandnrSr eny Matt Bun dy housebreaklngX iFustonWatson Nuptials e Jxtendingyears with one of the principals in Kentucky and another In Montana was culminated here in tho marriage of H H Funston county school su I perintendent of Deli couny and Miss Sara Watson ot Belgrade Mont Removed Commissioners Newport Ky May 2GJudge A S Berry directed Clerk if Schwartz to enter an order removing Courthouse Commissioner J H Gaiitel of New port and Joseph Bowen of Dayton t and appointed In their stead S B Stewart He gave no reason Not Known In Lexington 4 Lexington Ky May 26Brett Mor ey the prisoner who was killed while trying to escape from the North Caro lina penitentiary is not known in this city though in his deathbed confession he intimated that he belonged to well known Lexington family r b Newport Case Reversed Frankfort Ky May 26The court of appeals reversed the case of It W Nelson against X D Crawford limn Newport and ordered a retrial of the t case Nelson sued to recover the bal ance on a real estate sate and a de murrer was sustained to his pstitlon More Plants Ruined Hopklnsvllle Ky May 25TIme tobacco plant beds of J Mand T M Harned of Fairvlew were scraped oft About 370 yards were destroyed This makes six such outrages in the last 48 J hours Called a Primary A S Springfield Kyr May 2 1The Wash ington county democratic committee met and called a primary for July 7 for 4he purpose of nominating a candidate r for circuit court clerk to fill the unex plred term of F M Campbell de l V ceased Horace Wilson Buys Ward Readvllle Mass May24 The bay horse Ward sired by TheBaron dam Brown Kate 22414 was sold for 3000 nt the special sate hero Horwas bought by Horace Wilson ot Lox ington Ky Summoned Special Venire Lawrenceburg Ky May 23 Deputy v i Sheriff Davenport of Mercer county was here and summoned a special venire of 60 men for Jury service In the case against Britton and Merron charged with the killing of StoLe and Representative Sam Black at Harrods y burg s Sold to New Yorker Barboursvllle Ky May 25The Kentucky Colonels Oil Co of Detroit t has dlsposedof its holdings In Wayne t county to New York capitalists forlanK uaknowh cpnsderation i iJ s j i i 4S L TTkti T2JA FORMER EMPLOYE i t Of Standard Oil Co Tells How In tiepemlent Concerns Are Put Out ot Business t 3 fi I The Standard Has a Telegraph Sys t1t tern of Its Own Extending to fb 1 Nearly Every Part of the Country 1 Cleveland 0A total of nineteen w witnesses were called by Interstate t I Commerce Commissioners Trouty and Clements In the Standard Oil Inquiry S here Everybody connected with the Investigation put In a hard day and ft the two sessions gave substantial re suits Tho testimony of George L Lane of Mansfield 0 a former em ploye of tho Standard OH Co was re garded as particularly important Ac cording to his evidence Lano was for about 14 months In 1901 and 1902 em ployed by the Standard OH Co for the particular purpose of driving nil of the independent oU peddlers In a doz en on more of the principal cities and towns of northern Ohio out of busi ness Ho said ho was employed by C M Lyons of the Cleveland offlce of tothe Standard OH Co to go to certain s designated places and use every means fair or foul to force tho Inde pendents to quit 119 was told If he could not do the jobsomebody else would be sent to drive the Standards I competitors out of business s I was given rigid Instructions and p I followed them asclose as possible J4 I succeeded in driving out all competi tion in a dozen big towns In northernq Ohio and the only failure I made was 0 Ir Jn Youngstown where a man by tho V name ofFahcy stuck It out notwith t standing that wo spent as high as a gallon to give oil away The whole tIdea was to discourage the small In t5depcndent dealer and buy his custom up any cost We represented 3 ourselves as independents but we got 9 f our supplies from the StantlmlIt Lane said that In fighting peddlers many methods were used They were olrersRof emploment was made to them their customers were supplied free with as much oil as they would ae cent lheJc wagons were followed by J Alleys on bicycles to ascertain tho T homes of their customers and minis ters and labor leaders were bribed with oil to circulate testimonials 4 among congregations and unions tes thers Prank B Potter whose testimony was uncompleted Thursday resumed of sessionsTover three years his companies had trou ble in making shipments from Mem 1 Iiihis Tenn to points In Arkansas IgV aThero were many delays he said cus J tomers being compelled to wait all lII Ithe way from 30 60 and 90 days Investigating the causeA rtjie delay 1 t the witness salrL fc o bund t4t thi agents ote roads were also agcs I of thn ters PIerce OW Co of Miitf 7 Standard adjunct These ho said deliberately side lht destroS0 S companies he declar I ofIv i orders Ev L tilVio method was used to keep roadiers despairing of getting prompt f a Bervice began buyln of the Stdndard tiII STV j a1ctJdlehnrfcfor 12 yes an uc0tlftvthe Lake Shore and itickla railroad companies made for Iflrtr he had begun to do a good He said he was dlscrlmln I i Jf1 aSalnstln rates shipments WeN 4 V t and ho was not given the iVS i J Pllides to handle his goods at njoedbJ the Standard Stand IrtfOllatenls he said were behinjl y all the and helost much usl Sf 4 liess becauseorfr V jCram who wt4lJgo4 In the rollbusiness at Marietta Cvfrom 1885 ed that the Standard for years used coercive methods and that a the Standard was so persistent in IU efforts that his company was finally r compelled to sell cut to the Galena I a Standard branch at a much Cower figure than might otherwise p have been obtained Miss Elizabeth Prqtzman a stenog raphcr and bookkeeper in the Dayton office of the Standard OH Co testi fled that information concerning ship ments by rivals was brought in by thg dr men and that she made careful record of them John OBrien general superintendent of the Lima division of the JJckeye Pipe Line Co a Stand ard concern was asked about tho p Standards telegraph system The In qulrics established that the Standard 3 has a telegraph system of Its own ex tending to nearly every part of the Country The company has its own jiJ i xlrcs leased or otherwise operators offices regulations and blanks and isooreymca sends messages for persona s ftf not cdtaecicd with the company 4 1 7 Wants moc Removed r Dei Moines lowaAt the open 4 tt Ing session of the Presbyterian gen eral assembly Friday Commission er Samuel WIshard D D of Utah if4 presented a memorial to tho United StlteiseUate praying for the removal trr Reed Smoot aa senator from Utah I National Memorial to Schurz INew YorkAcommlttee of one hundred representative citizens will S be organized within a few days tp take measures toward establishing r a permanent national memorial to the late Carl Schurz Indictments Returned 4 1Kansas City 31oThe grand Indictmentspagainst Dt L S Gardner president Sl bt the Kansas City Jockey club and 1 riS iVCnarIes Oldfaam a bookmaker for vio px lau n ot the pool selling act passed by s the last Jegtelature t Columbus 0 Next Meeting Place cb Des i Molnes Iowa Columbus 01 Mabein c o nuthe meeting plac I t J for iwxt year1 session of the Presby lerlal general assembly defeating St Louis by as overwhelming vote on the th t1r8t ballot r t 1 Terrwtfo t Waxahachle Tex fjf DllRa TeLThe sesldence of J fNBD a farmer living eight l miles east ot Wajwfaachle was struck by a toreado mi completely demo 1 fished Ah Infant tine days old was tlt1ll9dand other members of the fain t jJy Injured Dreecers Right to Sue i r New York Daniel Leroy Ores sjrs right to suo the Mercantile t7 Tritit Co and John J McCook to ic- ieyer3800800 as given by a lower o irfwas sustained by the United atatcirolrcult court of appeals 1j iti72 oLE I jr 1h it 1 1 J yt 7 lct JiJ itI v JJ eif w 4 N 1 j t f11 nJSJ 0llZo rL IIIfo iY1 1 If i l Y v ft J 9h5r J J f0 4 1 0 r 7 r o 5 to 1 RUINED BY CAR DISCRIMINATION CERTAIN COAL COMPANIES FA VORED BY RAILROAD MEN Sensational Testimony Given Before the Interstate Commerce Commission Philadelphia Penn Several interesting developments marked tho closing session of the Interstate com merce commissions Investigation Into the alleged dlscrimlnatlonby railroads In the distribution of cars In the bi tuminous coal fields Sensational testimony was given by V Albert Von Boyncburg general manager of the Ileakcrt Urns Co coal operators He stated that with in the last two and a half years his companys car supply hind been so Inadequate that business had been lime tically ruined He declared that other companies had been favored in tIme distribution of cars and said he had no doubt that discrimination had been practiced against his company because It hall failed to make gifts of stock to tho railroad officials lie gave It as his opinion that President A J Cassatt was responsible for time alleged ills railroad employes It was developed that until recently the Ber windWhlto Cos coal was shipped to tidewater without being weighed In steam the railroad estimated tho weight qf each car by adding 10 per cent to tho capacity figures stenciled on tho car It was also shown that the Susquchanna Coal Co which is owned by the Pennsylvania Railroad Co has the exclusive use of Green vlllo pier New York harbor and has n virtual monopoly of the sale of bunker coal to the tugs and small steamersIt brought out that certain coal companies lire given allowances for operating spurs from their mines to time main lines and that the railroad made this allowance to the Latrobo Connellsvlllc Co when the spur was operated by tho railroad RAIJROAD RATE BILL Sent to Conference Amid a Storm In House of Representatives Washington D CThe express company amendment to the rate bill was the cause of personalities in tho house Friday between Mr Cooper WIs and Mr Hepburn Iowa Mr Cooper alleged that he was Informed that some oh the conferees would vote to strike out tho express com pany amendmont to tho rate bill Ho refused to name his informant Mr Hepburn said he had no patience with these statements and that they were misstatements Mr Cool r intimated inferentially that Mr Hepburn was one of those to whom his informant had reference Mr Hepburn character ircd Mr Coopers statement as faK Immediately after the approval of the journal in the house Friday Mr Dal sell reported a rule from tho commit tee on rules providing that the rail road rate bill with the senate amend MIDalzlU preIouMr Dalzell explained that the resolu lion was simply for the purpose itsending the railroad rate bill to conference JURY OUT THIRTY MINUTES George L Thomas and L B Taggart Found Guilty of Rebating Kansas City Mo George L Thoinaa ji freight broker and U R Ta gart a clerk working for Thomas in the United States district court hero late Friday wero found guilty of the charge of conspiracy to Illegally give rebnAes to shippers The Jury con sid red the case only 30 minutes be tore arriving at a verdict Attorneys Vwr the defendants will file notice for a hew trial and the motion will be ar gued Saturday The court will not pronounce sentence against Thomas and Taggart until the motion for a new trial is disposed of PERKINS IS RELEASED Not Held on the Technical Charge of Grand Larceny New YorlThe appellate divis ion of the supreme court handed down a decision discharging from cus oily George W Perkins whom the supreme court has held to await action of the grand jury on a technical charge of grand larceny in connection with the campaign contribution of tIre Now York Life insurance Co to tho republican national committee Plan For Indemnity Insurance Memphis Tenn Tho convention of the Brotherhood of Locomo tive Engineers approved a plan for the establishment of an indemnity in surance feature for the relief of en gineers injured but not to an extent entitling them to relief under the rules of the insurance department Princess Ena at Madrid Madrid The royal train that was bearing King Alphohso and future bride Princess Eena of Battcnberg arrived Friday evening at the Pardo station The princess was escorted to tho Pardo Palace with imposing ceremony First Court of Season London King Edward and Queen Alexandria held the first court of the eeason at Buckingham palace Tho prince and princess of Wales and all members of the royal family In London were present Herrera Refused to Weigh In Los Angeles CaTThere was no fight between Battling Nelson the light weight champion and Aure Ho Herrera as scheduled After an al most interminable watt the crowd was dismissed because Herrera refused to weigh inSMade Better Showing Boston Mass Cornell won her second annual boat race with Harvard by about three lengths Harvard made a much better showing than last year when she met defeat by about seven lengths WOn For the Fourth Time Now York For the fourth tlmo In her career as a golfer Mrs Charles TStout of the Richmond County club Staten Island won the womans Metropolitan golf chvjipion ship by defeating Miss Georgiana Bishop Nominations Confirmed Washington D CTbe senate Friday confirmed the following nominations Consul general at Canton Chi na Leo Allen Bergholz Now York ImmlgraUonFrankf i S tSJIt T Ii t tL iiSraS r 2 TS K RITE ISCRIMINATION Lako Shore Co Gave Standard Advantage in Car Records Mileage Between Cleveland and Chi cago Figured on Basis of 357 Miles For Standard and 329 For Independents Cleveland OTbe Interstate com merce commissioners who for three days have been Investigating here tho methoda nail doings of tho Stan dard Oil company adjourned their court Saturday afternoon and left for Washington In tho thrie days hearing just com pleted a total of ri witnesses have been on time stand Saturdays developments were re garded as Important and were In keep log with time genera lines of inquiry made during the two previous days W E MlI wen a former chief clerk in the car department of tho Lake Shore railroad general offices In Cleveland was the first witness Ho testified that he compiled the mileage of the eats of the Union Tank lint The reports were forwarded daily lo time Cleveland office of the Standard Oil Co The Iake Shore Co he de clared gave the Standard a big advan tinge in tabulating records of tank caw III that the mileage of Standard tank cars was figured on a different basis than the cars of competing companies Time advantage amounted all the way from S vents to 54 cents per car according to the distances between dlf ferent points on the road When he left the employ of the Lake Shore sev oral years ago he began work for the Percless Transit Co an independent tank line He asked the Lake Shore officials for the same basis of figuring mileage as was given the Union Tank line lie was ridiculed ho saul and was toM he did not know what ho was talking about mill every effort was made to belittle him In the ejva of his new employers Finally how ever having obtained copies of the j Union Tank line mileages and talln them to the proper officials the road reluctantly granted the request Some two years ago he said he had ascot tamed that the older order of things had been resumed and he went to In vestigate The Lake Shore officials he said acted surprised antI offered the explanation that the Peerless Transit Co being the only concern which was allowed the same rates ni the Union Tank line the matter hind been quite forgotten The Union Tank line rate was at ee restored MacEwcn testlf1j the mileage for Standard t u vt between Cleveland and Chlcaj s ureil on the basis of 357 miles vr n mileage for Independent cars Pgnrcit on the basis of 329 miles tt same rule he said prevailed between all other points on the Lake Shore roadThe witness made the further clh rge that certain freight employes of the Lake Shore road received monthly salaries from the Union Tank Line Co a Standard concern and in return for such compensation the freight offi cials made special efforts to facilitate the movements of Standard Oil ship mentsW Brlckell for 29 years editor of the Columbus 0 Evening Dispatch was called to tell what If anything he knew about that paper accepting ar tides alleged to have been furnisher by the Standard Oil Co and paid for at so much per line ThesVdrtlcles it wa dolanil In Special CVunspJ Mnn nelV went to 125 siftisiUUvjl paper in Ohio and the general purport of them was to misrepresent the Sfandard Oil Cos real chaVacter to headers lead- Ing them to believe that the findings of courts and various publications against the Standard were unjustified and unwarranted Mr Brlcknell denied that he had any positive knowl edge dir the subject arid said that If any such contract existed It was known only to the business managOr of the paper Z D Ellis an independent oil deal er of Cincinnati save testimony show- Ing that the names of his customers were systematically obtained TM the bribing of employes He said he caught one in the act and compelled him to swear to an affidavit that ho was paid 250 per week by the Standard for forwarding information con cerning shipments Samuel B KaulTmani fr the last four years menage of the telegraph department of tho Buckeye pipe line a Standard adjunct at Lima 0 saul his authority extended over the oil fields of Ohio and Indiana in which fields the Buckeye Pipe Line Co had a telegraph office at every point He admitted that the wires under his control carried the business of several ether concerns such as the Northwest ern Ohio Natural Gas Co the Ohio Oil Co the Vacuum Refining Co the Solar Oil Co and the Manhattan Plp Line Co The blands of the Standards telegraph system were used for this business He dill not know on what basis charges were made for carrying this business Will Try to Settle Strike Chicago IIIAn important move ment toward the settling of the coal strike js expected to follow a meeting of the executive committees of the Operators association of Illinois In diana and Ohio when they meet here Monday Bombs Thrown at Them Tlflls While Governor General Timoseicff and Chief of Police Marti not were driving Sunday bombs were thrown at them Neither were Injured but a cossack belonging to their escort was killed Greeks Break With Roumanla LondonA dispatch to a news agency from Athens says that tho Greek government has decided to break oft diplomatic relations with Roumanla recall Its consuls and en trust the protection of Greeks there to the Russian agents Died of Heart Failure Berlln1trs Frances Drake nee Colton of Chicago wife of the director of the American electrical machinery departments at tho Paris exposition in 1900 died here of heart failure One Killed and Five Injured Oil City PennOno man was killed and five injured In a headou collision between a light engine and n freight train on tho Buffalo All gheny Volley division of the Penusyl vania railroad near the town of We Morey Will Finish Work in Paris Madrid The French Auatriar and German representatives hn Ing In charge tho drawing up of h regulations for the Moroccan sr bank tact here and decided to flai their work In Paris lJ r t Z CROWD STRUCK BY LIGHTNING FIVE SPECTATORS AT A BASE BALL GAME KILLED fewntyfive Persons Were Terribly In jured and More Than Fifty Ren dered Unconscious Mobile Ala Five men were killed and 25 terribly injured hrathunderbolt three mills from this city Sunday afternoon The lightning struck In the midst of 1000 spectators of a ball gamma In an open field more than fifty persons wIno were aDilI ly slightly hurt were kuockel uncon scions The day was extremely hot and humid At t oclock a thunder storm gathered In the west and travel ed straight for tine hall Held A gamo between two local teams was being closely contested seven Innings hav ing boon played with the score tldtl at two Titus each There was no protection from tho storm IJafon the rain there was a wonderful display of sheet lightning and sonic of the spectators became alarmed The field was elevated bein the highest ground for half a mile around Some man In tho crowd said that the danger of being struck by lightning was great but ridicule by the mass of the spectators prevented tiny one from seeking a safer spot Tho fall of rain was terrific and time roar of thunder was continuous Suddenly ther was a deafening crash directly over tine field and lightning seemed to fall over the entire crowd Time bolt raced along the ground taking a zigzag course nUll In several place cutting a furrow more than a foot deep Tha lightning struck hardest In the densest part of the crowd The spec tators were hurled to every quarter antI more than 100 were knocked lint on the instant It Is agreed by all who rame through tlu awful experience that there were five or six separate thunderbolts the first being most de- structIc THE FUTURE QUEENS First Notable Act Was To Induce the King To Pardon Condemned Man Madrid The first notable act of the Princess Ena of Battenberg simi o her arrival in Spain to become the bride of King Alfonso XIII has been to induce tho king to pardon Fernando Levera who was con demned to death after an exciting trial The dramatic circumstances under which pardon was given as tho con demned man was going to the gallows attracts widespread attention and further augments tine popularity of Princess Ena Levera was to have been executed in the neighboring town of Badajosc but the population sollc Ited Princess Enas Intercession and she spoke to the king who consulted with his ministers and alter a cabl net council the government resolved to grant the request as It was the first petition the princess had marie in Spain Thereupon the king Issued a pardon and a telegram announcing this fact reached the prison at Dada Jose half an hour before the time set for the execution The march to the scaffold was about to begin when a mpMRMnaer brought word of tIne lia- rerIelilescencemnesdon oZ t 4 J 2 1 ir i1 1 L an Wa3Mhgton DC The memorial exercises were lucid at Arlington Na tional cemetery Sunday by organiza tions including Col Theo Roosevelt garrison Gen W F Barry garrison Adm David D Porter garrison and Gen GV Henry garrison The Thir teenth cavalry band and the chancel choir of St Pauls Roman Catholic church participated Commander JIEdwin Brown called the assembly to order and addresses were made by Gen AS Burt who spoke on TLe Army Representative Dawson of Iowa on The Navy and Represent tivo Jenkins of Wisconsin who win present at the first burial In Arlington In ISfil and who discussed the sub- Ject of a united ineopl- eEarthquake In Michigan Houghton Mich One of the most severe earth disturbances ever expel lenced In this region occurred at tho Atlantic mine There were more than fifty seismic shocks Buildings rock 3d violently and in several places there are cracks In the earth from two to six inches in width The shocks were distinct in Houghton and Han ock but did no damage Tine Atlantic shut down as the result of these lIsturbances Averaging 100 Miles a Day Washington D C Computations naile by the bureau of navigation of he location of the Dewey dry dock In the Indian ocean on May 22 indicate hat the Dewey inns made an average of 100 miles a day since leaving tho Straits of Dab El Manded Lightning Strikes Train Jefferson City Mo Lightning struck a freight train on the Mis souri Pacific railroad here Sunday and instantly killed W II Edwards a brakeman Several cars were slightly damaged Ball Player Drops Dead Houston Texas While taking part In an amateur game of baseball Sunday Stach Wlsnoakl aged 20 was struck by a thrown ball and after recovering the ball and throwing to a base lie fell over and instantly ex pired Navys Red Letter Day Toklo Sunday tho anniversary of the battle of time Sea of Japan tire navys red letter day was celebrated with brilliant festivities which were graced by the presence of the crown prince A Flood Threatened Bakersfield Cal The rain storm that prevailed lucre for three days las swollen Kern river to such MI extent hat this city Is threatened with a flood and merchants Sunlay can removing goois from their eel crs Don Carles Son Arrested Barcelona Tine Secretary of cr lalmc cf Bourdon son of Don aLlot tho Spanish pretender was ar dJ hem i Suulay Tire charge on fhkH lie was taken into custody waJ let made puWc T I I COAL IN THE PHILIPPINES As Many as Five Different Beds of Fuel Hnve Been Clstin- gulfhed Time coal measures are made up of ternating hells of shales sandstones clays and black lignite or llgnltobl tunilnous coal besides a few small bands of limestone In their lower lion Zen As many as thc different beds of fuel have been distinguished Theso measures says time Engineering Maga zine Increase in thickness hilt appar ently grow more mill more barren of coal toward the north shore A little southwest of Calahaga bay the east ern one of time two major Indentations on time north shore a Spanish company has operated within limo past ten years first mining coal by means of expunslvo Spanish labor and later 1903111 with the help of Japanese Here the maxi mum thickness of coal seams examined Is about five feet but near the south shore toward the western end of time Island 20 feet of coal was penetrated by a drill and at the apex of the anticline on the ITrgcra pertenencla there an abnormal accumulation of over 30 feet of mineral fuel However the greatest normal thickness of tinny seam on the island measured at the surface by me did not exceed eight feet Of time just stated thickness at the out crop was the Big tree seam from which a sample IQt of fen tons gave highly satisfactory results when thor oughly tested on board tire United States army transport Wright late In April 1904 Compared with the Klsh Ima coal front Japan tried almost sim ultaneously under Identical conditions tine llatan coat was found to contain 25 per cent more lump to produce tine same speed of 133 knots per toni per hour to yield less dark smoke and to leave no clinkers Instead of nanny and only OS per cent of dry refuse Instead of 19 per cont There was also less work In noire In firing with the Ratan fuel owing to Its superior cleanliness low ash content mid little waste Rule of Turk Nearly Over Tine Turk really seems to be unmaking his last fctand In Europe That has been said before we know and tho saying has not been justified Uut an end of an evil thing is some time inevitable and every year that passes surely brings it nearer Turkish rule In Europe has long been hopelessly bad Piece by piece it has fallen or inns been torn apart until now only a remnant is left in which the Turks themselves are a small minority and that remnant Is beset on every hand with a determined aggression which presages Its complete destruction in the not distant future Moreover the Turkish empire in Asia tho stay and bulwark of the European pmt of tho realm Is also now Involved In serious trouble in several quarters and 19 threatened with much loss In every quarter Indeed north south east and west the Turk is beset winr ItIseems hlrii to kneel on his prayer rug and perish as becomes the faithful N Y Tribujpe Musical Australia on idea of Young Australias de sir thlne in at least one song or on iiero may be gathered from the fart Ian ISO musical professors o- rellr sex are giving lessons in the ter Vug rooms at Allans in tho Mel bonn block The professors are nsti men who i ach singing tho tajjljl being mostly girls and these v tames are to some extent a S04 lot fins Crew Fipezes to Death kuJrho rmun 5teimIbhlt 1aya after taking coal W Japan jj Will entered the Uusslan c and tried to run arms and ain inanition into Vladivostok but was unabh to pierce the Japanese block ade The vessel then took refuge In the Ajnur river and since October has not been heard of until recently when natives discovered it Incased in the ice nyar Nikolalevsk which Is on the 25 miles from its mouth The fiiur of the crew completely frozen found on board True PHilosophy how fur is it tel do laud or Con tent Its cordin tcr how much faith you got Ef you think you In it lint you is En ef you dont well Its ten mile furder onAtlanta Con Mtution The Fickle Goddess Mrs StyleI want a hat but it must be In the latest style Shopman Kindly take a chair madam and wait a few minutes the fashion is just changing Melbourne Life Lucky Woman Tine following extract from an obituary recently appeared in a rural pa per It was wrlttc by a child of the deceased In spite of all that medical skill and loving hands could do she died without a struggle Llppln cotts Not Easily Discharged Obligations unfortunately arc not like employes you cant discharge them by notifying them that you have no further use for them Puck MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati May K CATTLEFalr to good 425 t5CO heavy steers 10 U S 2- 5CALVESKxtra W 6 73 hOGSChoice lackers i t 6 40 Mixed packers 6 5 a 3- jSiIEnPFxtra O 465 roPrOnRSprlnltNo 2 red f 3SLOTSNoIIVK No 2 choice es w ra BARLuYN0 prtng 60 0HAYChoice timothy 15W W1573 PORKClwir mess 1660 6167- 3IAHDPrImo steam 810 fj M itChoiceAPFLESCholce per bbl 50 W 6 50 POTATOESPer bush 65 TOBACCONew BSD tt 7 Old 625 ij 92 CHICAGO FLOURWlnter patent 3 t 3 W WHEATNo 2 red K tI No3 rll 75 W S2 CORNNO 2 mixed jltg1OATSNo S mixed t 6IORKLARDPrime steam 8 70 NEW YORK FLOURWlnter patent 5 90 25 WHEAT No It 92 CORNNo 2 mixed 55s 4 OATSNO 2 mixed U 3SU RYE Western mixed 0 70 PORK Mrss prime 1725 SilT 7- 3LARDPrlme steam 8 80 8 85 BALTIMORE WHEATNO 2 rod U 55iCATTLEHOGSOood to choice 6 20 tlJ 6 35 LOUISVILLE S74CORNNO 35PORK LARDPrime steam 0823 INDIANAPOLIS 535HOGSFhlEPBa4W C 4 t5 t jiS 1 1 IIN CONSTANT AGONY A West Virginians Awful Distress Through Kidney Trouble W L Jackson merchant of Park ersburg W Va says Driving about In bad weatlner brought kidney troll bles on me and I suffered twenty years with sharp cramping pains In the back ante urinary disorders I often hind to get pp a doz en times at night to urinate Retention Set In mind I was obliged to use time catheter I took to my hell and the doctors falling to help began using Doans Kidney Pills The urine soon came freely again and the pain gradually disappeared I have been cured eight years and though over 70 am as active as a boy Sold by all dealers 50 cents a box FosterMilburn CO Buffalo N Y r SIGNALS FOR BRIDAL PARIS Which Convey Commands and Ten dexSentiments In Public Places I Bride to Groom One short Jerk of coatStop looking at that girl f One long Jerk of eoatohsee the pretty hats One long hug You look perfectly lovely today One long hand squeeze Honey what makes you look so cross One short hand squeeze Some ones coming Groom to Bride One short Jerk of sleeve Slop look ing at that man One long Jerk of sleeveCome on You dont want to see the hats One long hug You look perfectly lovely today One long hand squeeze Money you aint mad arc you One short hand squeeze Dont be a gooseThree sharp taps on wristTake care woman take care I will be master In my own house Puck ALMOST A CATASTROPHE Exuberance of Love Spasmodically Manifested Results in Mortification She was seat aln the gloaming p happy smile on her pretty pensive face when her elderly aunt entered Then as she looted upon the kind old face a feeling rushed upon her that she must nare her wonderful news with somebodyshe must let someone Into the secret which till then had been the stjie possession of herself and Harold She sprang up and flung her arms about her aunts neck Oh auntie she cried impulsively you do love me dont you Kiss mOl auntie and tell ine you vakiss meU Bu only ta alarming gurgle came from tJrnQ14 lady for a moment Then she said gasping indignantly Kiss you If you aint careful Ill shake the life out of you You very nearly made me swallow my teeth TORTURED WITH ECZEMA Tremendous Itching Over Whole Body Scratched Until BledWonder ful Cure by Cuticura trcmendomitchingworse until it spread over the whole body freeForuntilIthings got worse and I had at times to untilIcczcilaThcnthe Cuticurii Remedies I used them ac conling to nstructions and very soon in dlCd Ivasreatly relieved I continued until qftd now I nm rend to recom mend the Jiiticura Remedies to any one OklaJuneTELEPHONE TIDINGS Glasgow corporation owns a tele phpno system covering 143 square milesThe Charge for five minutes con versation between London and Brus sels Is four shillings Guernsey was the first place to have amunicliiallyowned telephone service in Iho Utited Kingdom The first submarine telephone line was opened on April 1 1891 It con nected London lth Paris The London telephone area which covers 600 square miles Js the largest local exchange era In the world London Wall exchange contains 3500 direct telephone lines for subscribers They mire worked by 90 operators The are national telephone ex cliang In the metropolitan area and a dozen belonging to the post office Three hundred people telephone dally from London to Paris each pay Ing eight shillings for the privilege Tine post Rte telephone plant in London hasa capacity for 40000 subscribers but in 1904 only 15292 used the service To speak for three minutes from London to Inverness cost five shillings sixpence and from London to Cork Fix shillings sixpence He Didnt Rise Indeed the lecturer went on in a quizzical way I believe I am justified in asserting that nine women out of 10 practically propose to the men they become engaged to As a test I would ask all married men in the audience whose wives virtually popped the question to them to arise There was a subdued rustle in the auditorium and in the dense silence that ensued could be heard sibilant feminine whispers in concert Just you dare to stand upTudgo- A Matter of Courtesy Merely Mr Nervey Tho object of my call upon you this evening Mr Goldrox Mr Goldrox sternly Yes youve conic to tell me that you wish to marry iriy daughter and I want to say right here and now Pardon me I come to tell you that I am going to marry your daugh ter I convinced her and her mother that It was no more than fair to put you Aviso Philadelphia Press Just a Tip Miss Country MaldI was reading In a magazine that in the city hotels one often sees palms about the dining rooms What kind of palm is the most prominentMr The waiters Chicago Dally News Bum Restaurant Paw whats that orchestra playing here for Money Tommy They couldnt pos ilbly be playing for the kind of meal they would get here Chicago Tribune When you see a man reading How to Make Easy Money In Wall Street Its time to collect that quarter he owes ouLPuck ot 7 NO KOWTOWING FOR HIM Hotel Man Who Was Not to Be Over awed by Dignitaries of State They tell this one on former Coy George Hoadly of Ohio Once upon a time in the midst of a campaign Mr Hoadly was to deliver a speech at a little town in the great and glorious Buckeye State When he reached the one hotel the town boast ed he walked up to tho register and wrote his name Tine proprletorhead- porterstcwardbeadwalterdepot run tier was behind the desk In his shirtsleeves his hat on tho back of his head and a cigar stump held between his teeth When tine visitor had put down his John Hancock the factotum turned the register around read withIIout the flicker of an eyelid the there written wrote 10 ItIwith a lead pencil and said You kin jest take yer grip right up that stairway there an back down the hall clean to th end Yer rooms on th left hand side of th hall In th cornernumber 10 1 Wlt 1considerable astonishment and not a little injured dignity Ohios chief executive pointed to his name smiled faintly and said I am George Hoadly Yep I notice said tine rustic without turning a hair An yer rooms right there at th end of th hall number 10 Cant miss It With more hauteur and almost quivering wth outraged Importance the guest said Impressively- I am George Hoadly governor of the state of Ohio Turning then with a look of exasperated Impatience on his face the hotel man exclaimed Well what dye expect mo t dokiss PARTICULARS George R Patterson the Pennsyiva nlan who died recently was the only traveling man In congress Mr Pat terson wasv proud of the fact that he was a flour salesman and had put It in his official biography After a period of 53 years spent In the service of the Jews free school Bell lane Spltalflelds England L B Abrahams the head master will shortly retire He is 67 years oldlsrael Zangwlll was one of his pupils The Jews free school Is said to be the largest elementary school in the world having 3500 pupils Thero is nothing doubtful about the record of the descent from revolutionary stock of Mrs Annie Knight Greg ory of Selingsgrovo Pa She is the daughter had thirteenth child of Rich ard Knight wino was a drummer boy in the continental army Mrs Greg ory was the daughter of his third wife and was born when he was 83 years oldOne can hardly Imagine that dteril ficdsmd zealous temperance advocate LadyXjlenry Somerset as a practical Joker and yet It Is a fact that she and her cousin Lady Dudley once dressed up as a pair of French tourists and in this guise and heavily veiled Visited her place at Eastnor castle and went all over it But apparently she was not sufficiently impressed by tine beau ties of her own residence for afterward her housekeeper confided to her that that duchess de Montmorencl the name which Lady Henry had given herself was a disagreeable creature SCRAPS OF HISTORY The last sovereign to abdicate was King Milan of Servla V2 relinquished the crown In 1883 Jt The last slaves underEnglishspeak ing people were United States negroes set free In 1865 1 False teetw of Ivory on plates of the same materfcl anti heid in place by gold wires jwere InVuse in the year lOQO B C During the past three centuries more than different systems of short hand have been devised Pitmans was first published in 1840 The first standing anryr of modern times was established by Charles VII of France in 1445 In England the first standing army was organized in 1638 The first attempt at stereotyping in America was made in 1775 by Beam min Meconu a printer at Philadelphia Previous to this time the Dutch had stereotyped a prayer book In 1771 The first printing press In America was es tablished In 1C39 at Cambridge Mass Earlier than any known paintings some tapestry discovered recently at DeirelBahari near Thebes Is among the oldest specimens of human art ex tart wjth the exception of the pre hlitorlc drawing qn the bones of ex tinct animals by tlverdrlffc men which of course are InconparaMy older But these paintings represent the period in which the art of Egypt was at its zenith the eighteenth dynasty and consequently date bacli about 3500 years Love of graft also laughs at lock smiths Puck SICK HEADACHE CARTE IS ITTLEIVER PILLS PILLS MILO urn litb St wtivno p c Itraoehei us It afflicted lore eyes use Positively cured byI Little They also Dis tress from Dyspepsia In digestion and Too Hearty Eating A perfect Drowsiness Bad Taste In the Jloutn Coated Tongue Pain In the Side TORPID 1IVER They regulate the dowels Purely Vegetable SMALLPILL SMALL OOSE SMALL PR1CE CARTERS with Genuine Must FacSimile Signature REFUSE PATENTSllSTKVKNSACO Chicago these relievo rcm- edyforBlzzlccssNamea Bear SUBSTITUTES send for InTen IRstahllshod PENSIONSCtecImnd Detroit Thompsons Eye Water ALLENS FOOTEASE- A Certain Cure for Tired Hot Aching Feet 00 NOT ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE r 4 J A WOMAWS ORDEAL SJ DREADS DOCTORS QUESTIONS ThousandjwrltetoMrapnkbamLynnMaze i Absolutely Confidential and Free There can be no more terrible ordeal to a delicatcf sensitive refined woman than to bo obliged to answer certain questions in regard to her private ills even when those questions are by her fatally physician and many cz yTCIIa Icontinue to suffer rather than submit to examinations which so many physi clans propose in order to intelligently treat tIne disease and this is the men fson why so many physicians fail to cure female disease This is also the reason why thousands upon thousands of women are corre sponding with Mrs Pinkham daughter inlaw of Lydia E Pinkham at Lynn Mass To her they can confide every detail of their illness and from her great knowledge obtained from jMrsphysicianReadCVllladscnofMannIngIa She writes i Mrs I can truly say that you liars saved my life and T cannot express my gratitude in words Before I wrote to you you how Ifelt I had doctored for over two steady and spent lots of money In medicines but it all tailed to do me nny good I had femaletronble and would dally have faint ing spells backache hearingdown pains andSmy monthly periods were very irregular and finallyceawil I wrote to you for your ad vice and received a letter full of instruction nst what to do and also commenced to Lydia E Hnkhains Vegetable Co nod 4and I have been restored to health Had it net been for you LHWuflronve been in my grave today Mountains of proof establish the fact that no medicine in the world equals Lydia E Pinkhmms Vegetable Cons pound for restoring womens health s Travel Right to Oklahoma The Missouri Kansas Tsxaa Ry has recently inaugurated add tional daily train for Oklahoma City Guthrie Cleveland Bartlesville Coffeyville etc With this added service tine M K T Ry is the logical line between St Louis and Kansas City and all principal points in Oklahoma Change ot caratsonecfthegreateatrinconycnienccs of travel You dont lave to change cars if you travel via 4jthe Missouri Kansas Texas Railway Through trains lover Jt own raIn rum Jbetween St Louis and Kansas City and Oklahoma City Dallas Ft Worth San Antonio and Galveston All through trains have Chair Cars and Pullman Sleepers How to Go When you have occasion to travel use the same discrimination in buying a ticket that 4iyou would in buying anything else Assure yourself in advance ot wl at you may expect in the way of comfort and convenience en i JrcStei If there is any information you wapW about a prospective trip write me gladly you information Address W S ST GEORGE General Passenger Agent M K T Ry St Louis Missouri U F BOWSHEB Traction Bldg Cincinnati Ohio W L DOUGLAS 3 13QO SHOESW L Douglas 4OO Gilt Edge Line cannot be equalled at any price w i DOUOLfiSMANEZ LZSMO iMEN335USJIofgTffANANyOrHf 14FAANIJFAOTURERUfTHEWOLO b anyone who cia tstatement large factories flshow the Infinite jof shoes mode you Douglas 350 shoe 4ithey hold their shape end are of greater 350 shoe Mad Ssesf pSFlay School 175 91111 ffhanthjr WLJJong 2nw genuine stamped on DQttom mill not wear = Brockton Maafc ages NAVY of ii and open to them fn tJifVtrk1rokAtWO1sREWARD Uiere is good A full and liberal pay Calierwrite Navy Office Building t 4Office Building Office Unildinc FARE homos on small op without Inter residence sties flower 4 tractsln an ISTcrydar eannly Tnlilsyonroppo laTestlcatens tflI American 4 DUn CaWinla JSpogo book highest references Washington IXC A JT KE 1900 22 2128 Ths signatare fYerb0 n5Asr FBET 15 X For EETrial iackat Address Allen S Otesttd LCII0FNY I- kfA d r t 1 t I t r ot r1 oR KPo OWINGSVILUE OUTLOOK T OUTLOOK PUBLISHING COmo OWJNGSVILLE KY Mrs PER YEAR IN ADVANCED and left Address nit cotnmunicntiona to to THE OUTLOOK PIIBLIHRINO Co or to at JOHN W HONAKCR Owingeville KV uii Subscribers desiring i change of address should always give previous j address whin writing liIuuIsupuii1idCorre1ondent when out of sta uui t fact on ItiiBPpnrUte flip of paper is IInytjJIgr j TUB OUTLOOK is sent one year t cj for one dollar six months for of l1 Ieentg three months for thirtylive centeMJ THURSDAY MAY 31 r I in 22 I Tnt Uryest dmuth that Lrllh tfllc ever knew hit that city Sun tiny when tim irrigation works shut down by order of tho Mayor It inwas a spectacular success in the 1r main ey sSmission has had the Pennsylvania n l Railroad Co on tin rack nnd ban b difcloxrd things that have astonish nl a greater or less portion of the public i THE InterBtnte Commerco Com minfion is officially lenrning of the 4 1 rwythe Standard Oil Co crushed competition The chief que fi s tion is what is going to be done I about it t IT is tho evident intention throughout the Grand Old Corn IIr rnnnwenltli to put the lid on of Sun 0 iht If U rAn be put on in Lou a u11 twill not bi an impossible job to do so elsewhere j I THE lute drouth mIlRthe bee n J the very dryeot iti Hoylo county S since a dispatch says that jflC horn a locomotive Fut Ore to an- burned up eighteen arres of growII t J ing wheat of George Barkes e IN the lark tiibacco district I if is Kentucky and Tennessee make on the growers 4 lVelltern to join the aesncintion grower by kukluxini St beds If tho associa y on any way responsible it is r dUgrJkCfttoH I t 4 TIKOMITED by Gov Bcckhnrn i whom complaint of tho LI uiE1VII ritizeni in regard to the violation of the Sunday closing law mid bee made Mayor Barlh ordered t I b lid put nn to the fullest extent i s the Fulls City Kintucky eczx tlestlned fur a while at least to a Puritanic Sabbath THE St teBoard of Equalization Is attempting to justify its exist tJ1 kence by generally mining the coun ty assessments though some ni raised much more than others iS it provides more money than U t needed it will ho Tin dilllcult mat ter for the next General Assembly tb estubllph new ofllceg to more Jhnnconsutne the surplup An ecu ntinn are c icap and nnety l ZIOnI Is nx Lon to lie haul a- uiiiSiia idI snoftice forecery patriot ThtDdnaTiired Alcohol bill was passed by the Senate without t struggle despite the wood alcohol tetaIi1- makers and the Standard Oil in 00SJS hoi he exempted from Intern rev t4 enue tax vr ien it is so treated as to v prevent its use as a beverage It fan rer produced very cheaply and has vat uses In the arts and man factures and will be largely usi g lor mel purposes in the place j wood alcohol gasoline ard other S liquid fuels Tho wonder is thatOn Jaw for th tpurpISeQslIt enact leng ago It will benefit everybqtlr CORRESPONDENCE x Sharpsburg 7 Mrs Howard Thompson is very sick 1 Dr Rutherford holtd bel 4T ftick for several days is able to he e t out again e Mrs L A Smnthers anddRughI ter Miss Lu tie of the Springfield I 3 neighborhood visited Mrs Waller 115S Boyd Friday f y Th drouth broke Up in this vi einlty Friday night ithn good rain fnakiug a tine tobacco season pSsturdfty Seme tobacco wot set SSt s but most of ho plants ore email I Crooks 1 Mrs Dink Weedon and son of CeiI7 here StSfi of lliU place was washed away Su nRSs eveningltiL orOlympi orsisC J DTurley last week B F Parfccfwill preach here the r4i second Sunday in Juno at elevu oclock and In tho evening Mrs Sara RntlHF of SaltiJc1rt visited her ts WlkerCa9f11 ieri and wife Saturday and Sunday cpI We had a good shower of rain Friday night id Sunday we had a good rain that put the creeks and branches to running Tiiotarme will not got to complain of di I1Sjweather noWtWflJWtllianiion Sr in crossing MirTCreek bridge east of this pinee a bis home hecuine frightened some sZ2 large rocks that were brought bet ie6r 4j to build II flOw bridge and jumped nil the bridge Mr Williamsa ptJumped out of tebuggynncra I not set hurt Tiiehorse wee brow b t tupJtndUW buggy broken rp i 1a J I t1I5Srct 4 t r c i f5s j JW1 rI s 4 L i Odessa Mf8 Z T Cm and eon Ray od of Okla were the guests of spen M A Garner Saturday night Sunday f Mr anti Mm John S Anderponlfpi Monday fur a protracted vieit lutut their daughter Mre J U Juticsy Lexington s The drouth was broken about ur daybreak here Saturda morning hen a nice grntlu rain began day faUing and continued until about Iriif noon a nice liow r again Sunday SuboeofaoututiLOst week WP but a notice setheeoiwnt a daughter of Tin HIInd ary E Vice of the same neigh borhitoil She was horn October 0 ton 1870 died May 18 1900 SIte was at liuirritd1S8G by Elder IL T D iiim- nernian She joined the Christian Church lit Whitu Oak when yountr nUll lived and died in strong fuithII her Savior She was a good Christiun woman a kind anti n tree tionate nifc and a ICIin mother viheanmurmur touuidMiests Etta Lizzie J LuchI Lee linodthy of ull in their sorrow Can any one explain while the locust lays us eggs in the air and falls on the ground about the midI a die of July bow the rggs drep in the ground andwhy it takes them seventeen eurB to hutch 11111st touroleast The locust makes n slit und lays its lt Ii till hark of twig s living trees The twig dies nnd falls to the ground where the eggs sorelarva or grub which feeds on theA jinwettthe seventeenth year from the tim e the egc was laid when its growth being finished it is changed from a wingeddone5ui Sxactlypluto the development of the locust natures mystery There is an other locust almost identical with to this tliat appears in certain sec tions every thirteen years EoJ 2teStooPSnThere is H rel demand for b01s inlhicvoinity Born Mif iIii ht SIIMrs R II Jewell continues inn about tho same condition CIesnSIIIIw1urtuerswards setting out their tobacco Of course its always easier to bf fooled titan it is to fool somebody T MTrgnn was in Lexington und viciity several days last week tlIfifberrblosmbriars MrFNunrfie Byrd will bo broughtg from St Joseph Hospital at x t ington J II Glllnkle soTI to WOof Winjchf8icra 3yearbld gelding for 9150 MOP turkey raisers are corn plaining about bad luck with their young turkeyp W M tKJssicklinclCatnily a JUtoJ Miss G rtlo Morelund of nei familyher of uJnme Gregory and family Isitt UnylelUlIIMrs S FHDpal arid Miss Minerva d Roberson visited Mrp J H Alex under near Shatpsburg Sunday tIf nil our imaginations hsii 1vu colnfcd intjuir ct there wouldu t bo roonieitmigh left fur us to imagine Earl Smathers was elected Ebb and J L Gregory Deacon of Springfield Church Sunday They will bo ordained Sunday Juoo 24 tnnThe crop of sweet girl gradu ates promises to be as sweet as er It seems strange though thut we never hear anything moral of them after the graduation sweetness wears ofFvOlympia CFhempairedk Mm Clel Coyls spent Tuesday withher mother Mrs J PCophetfi W M Robcrson and wife visited her sUter at Salt Lick Saturday and Sunday Andy Downs of Mcnifce county wag here one day last week hunting c good pair of aged mules to work at tho oil muichinegItLoltrder Wills of Sags Ky whoJ is in poot health came hero to the Springs Ha did not get any bet ter nnd returned home uMrs Lou Turner and drtughtert Grace were called to Mt MrsktyMrfl Wm Ingram returned home on Licking river Saturday after a twoweeks stay with relatives here She was accompanied home by her grandson John Fowler rsJrom some causeRevBWSippl e foiled to fill his regular appoint Sunday Everybody reunemh ber Bro Dawson will bold Iw H4marriedCrouchs Miss Corn Spence and James Richardson The bride is he of Wub Spence Rhe tisgridegrooniman We wish them a long and rpcosperous Ufe 00 1 0oS tII40 J 1 r y JS 1 I Stopstono Ri II Lane anti children in Mt Sterling with hisI0orgc Steelfof Flat Creek iI t Su with John ltt crick ieiSaink Hart and wife visited hiser fisttr lrfl Johnson and I nun ily day ojid Sunday e BUeid nnd wife spent Sun wr h Mr Reids mother Mrs Ilc in Mt Sterling AJ M torson and faintly spent ndayt iti Mrs Mary Ktitn nail rt4 1 inaliew on the Keith rm lie tlucre Bob V id of 1reeton waa here veral days lust week on business ntueetetl with opening up ufInek soul iii shop lucre Jvff Carpenter went to Lcxing d Monday to see hi j wife who iw the GUild Sm iritan llo pitul e reports tlr M doing ivehla Mrs W B t y had been 1missing young itt s and set ap for the thiif oped to be rat and caught no rut but itlsnake over lice feet h j Mrs Grayof Georgetown is here it1lting hercliildrenVilliam Tyler it Fobori the ltter she 110Iunderstand thnt it wits time for to make the twostep and that e lund better do it in doublo quick time Rain oh that nice rain we had Friday night It made everything in ilf and tho other that clime Sunday made a good tubllccotI tinu season and the clouds are iii lien Monday hut it seem o cold to rain and fire feels good Moores Ferry Win Staton and D W Shrout ld to B F Shout of Prickly aui sis calves fur 63 Tho long looked fur rain came Friday night and Saturday und Sunday It was badly needed They were busy hauling crops ties from Wills mill on Fox Creek nd Fells mill on Three Lick to alt Lick last week Mrs Wm Ingam returned home Saturday from H few weeks visit her daughter lrs Fowler at Olympia She coot n us poorly Allen Spence and d liters went Fergusons Sunday Inlinou eeting Mr Spence lied und his dq liters sang a ir music h organ whicl M opcnce It vmi hint There was a good sizJd ML t hear them X BC Kimb report thi box a rBOftdland hurch Saturday u a decided Miss Flossie1 Myers tin for tho most mope whic aa bought by Eiju 13rtcnCot 550 The total amt derived from the suite of bose 1lA5- wtlch will be uped for ng seats for the now church ero wits u large crowd ot genii ring lad ii and 28 boxes that we decorated the taste ofa quoeti good be aylor from start to finish opened by song am prayer hYin Cook which lit the occasion We cur ratuilate the young nui ru the it erest they manifcru by their liberal bills lIanyt 1 to TUB UTLOOK for iublishin tliis report LEONARD AITER- EDWAKD I YEns Wit COOK CCbmmittee ValleYftwere sorry to our Craigs ompt Is sick uSundl1Ys rain put Skillet Foi past fording Robert W Toy sold two calves o Wm Toy for 825 j Addie Jones and Jaaiis Cm wont to Flctningsburg Cqurt Mon ay I Sam Shu Whonjiltt five barn fc r iriiii J nil III tohison 3 PT dii a many attend tin o sale Saturduy Ever rthing sold well Some tobacco has been jet ti plants are small but t wee still in progrttii M iiay Several went to WJjItc O Church Sunday a bierain us us al and plenty of blarfJr spirits John K Jones and wfe visited Eph Thompson on Licking- rlverlust week Mrs Thompson is ery poorly Elder Combs of the Christian hurch will begin a protracted eeting here the first Saturday ght in Juno Sam Jones stuck a nail in his nger while making a chicken coop and huts been in very great danger of blood poisoning but is better o iv Tho sixweeks drouth was brok n Friday night and it continued to rainuntil Saturday noun Tho round was thoroughly soaked corn has about half come up Upper Flat Crook Tobacco setting is the order of ime day There are several good crops of tobncco yet unsold in this vicinity W G Moore visited his daughter Mrs John Redmond in M Sterling Sunday Miss May Breedingof Stepstone lias been visiting Mrs Mary Cook fur the past two weeks Mrs Mary C Glover returned ome Sunday after spendinga klth her sister Mrs M oward at Grassy Lick The twomonths drouth is broken A gentle rain began alibi g about midnight Friday and con nued all day Saturday making a ood tobacco season You can al most see the corn weeds and veg etables grow 4 w oM SSm iSGrains Mrs Abbie Sexton is very tick Mrs unIt Warren is some Letter her illness Sonic of our farmers have been tttiig out tobacco Wm Craig sold n hog to Flctch Crouch for Go a pun nil Sid Tinchur hits returned from n visit to relatives in Franklin Mrs Iloyt Warren who has boon very sick for the past week is betSm tcr Mis Nina Craig in visiting herlu linclf Henry Tincher nt Slate oy this week Logon Teal and Arthur Rogers and their families moved to Salt ick Wodneediiy 3 Mrs George Thompson and chil ren of the 1SeckMrs Aaron Rogers nnd children t rid Miss Erbic Robinson of 1vnob Lick visited relatives here Friday F F WnrrenDr B F Welli nnd Rnbt Snedegur spent a few days ast week nt Licking river fishing They report II nice time and plea of fish Everything looks prosperous hero since the ruin which was bud ly needed as it had been eonpid erable time since enough rain hut fallen to dampen the ground Pebble 1 N Powell while removing earn corn from a crib killed 109 rats Thos Hunt bought u sevcnyear old saddle horse of J C McClurc for85 The usual crowd from here at tended the bonnet show at White Oak Sunday A T Hendrix cut n boo tree and got two warms of bees and 75 Ibs of nice honey Walker McClain lost by death II good mare He also hail a good mare to get her leg broken There was but a small acreage of tobncco transplanted here on ac count of plants being too small Miss Mamie Hendrix canio home last week from school at Midway where she hall been for 9 months Fishing was the crdcr of the day last week D Evans caught one weighing 20 pounds Tilaian Riddle n 15pounder The drouth has hppn broken though it had dune for the oars tina meadows The rain will he of font benefit to wheat and other cr TJIE SICK RiUy Rodgr is about the same Thomas S if is on the mend Mrs Ida I IK no better Mrs Sarah Ree vv jlthRtJjnoldsvlllo Eli Williams who has I ck is convalescent i SL M Cox spent Sutui und Sunday at Stilt Lick Mrs Hallie Uurst was Zeta ingsburg Fridnjf slmoppiiigj Dr Will Dicken Jesse ttr- nlla Henry Ross continue III Miss Muyme Estill wasf lags ulie SaIuriaSuiiut nUIUlrf10m lucre IM the baptizing t Kocklick SU Charles GlhlOrOIS at homy school and is behind Sfi counter The stave mill here will on fin iiu making elavfcs and wij then saw lumber again We still have a Suindaycucu Ii tIhtchrkIdrotabeen for several months SnriLtekStint with his uncle John Williams srnIoatIh her daughter Mrs Everett Barber IrGrange City Mrs Bettie Cutright remains quite sick IeFrnnk Roye caught alOlbdrum gfisb in Licking riverSaturday night A few of the young folks attend Sundnyur sister Mrs Bruce Snedegarat Wyoming Robert Phillips waff very sick the past few days but is much im proved now The little sonof ShermanThomp son and wife is very poorly with double pneumonia Worth Kenney of Carlisle was the guest of friends and relatives Saturday and Sunday Miss Paulino Davis of HHIsboro vittted friends and relatives frtfrn Thursday until Saturday The longwishedfor rain cam Saturday morning which was bad ly needed mind much appreciated Mrs L S Rail iff nnd daughter Miss Atha Areta were guests of iitimeOdessa from Friday until Monday Hillaboro las Shepherd left Monday for a trip to Martinsville Ind Lennie Harmon1of South Lick Satunluvt a busi ness trip to Lewis county Monday Time band boys will give in ice cream supper hero Saturday night Ed Campbell of Covington is CampbellS A Dowd and wife visited Mrs James T Atchison and family Sunday John A Clark and Clem WiI1Ilaws made a business trip to ing last weekIMrs Judith Emmons visited her son Joe IC Emtuons ia Mt Ster ling last week t o t IK I rI M Old a tedMichaelThe drouth has conic to nn endvlamps Denton lost by death a fine colt hole uhiRevday June 10suFishing Will the order of the day here lust week the thMrsI Morton Sorrcll is not improving uch in healthelThere will be sauna tobacco set jacre11 rsB S luRes is on the mend rom her ilhiiesivIlumember Rev Martins appoint a mont hero next Sunday night June AOn Tuesday May 22 tho death an ngel visited the homo of Morton I dbeight days Weep tint dear parents irouhavcan child among thug nrihrongnf angels around She tr throne of God Salt Lick Measles is raging in town Miss Myrtle has been quite sick Bro Adkins meeting closed Sun day nighteCharlie Clayton is building an addition to his residence IMrs Kupart Warren is visiting her father in MississippisThe severe drouth was broken 1 IVcd a fine rain Saturday and Sunday Dr and Mrs F Drown spent Slit t urd ly and Sunday with relatives in Mt Sterling David Lagrew and wife spent Sunday with the formers parents at Mountain View farm Oathef Pierce wife and children of E K Junction spent several days with the formers parents The little children of II Kendihdeceased were placed mother in the Masonic Home at Louisville STILL WANTED TO KNOW 3oinf far mister They were inn third class com partment of the express running from London to Liverpool TI questionwas asked by n long nuee thin lipped man with pointed clii scanty expression of countenance He was testing his feet pn the op posite seat of the carriage which was partly occupied by passenger in a gray deck suit The passen ger addressed turn d partly round and took a look at his questioner Yes 1 am going to Creme replieJu1y buiness there is sell four shares of bank stock di IIhpose of my interest in a farm IlfP eightyncrc ten wiles from the town and invent the proceeds in clothing establishment 0 rIISt Alb forj t lit tount stTjjorIj r Jie J s tiL5 to 1nl II jIIt=not in any ousinepsnowwyvtu er was cooper and my grand fat li er was a sea captain My wiIS name was Curr before I married her Her unbar was a surveyor The children have IlIhnd the Idmumpchickelt pox undo measles When I ranch Jretne 1 expect to put up at a hotel He stopped The long nosed man regarded him n moment with interest and then asked in a dia p pointed WilY What did your great grand fat Ii ef du for a livinT Exchange CUANCEABLK Two commercial travelers one from London und one from Now York were discussing the weather in their respective countriesSThe Englishman said that Eng lish weather had one great fault its sudden changes A person unity take a Walk one tiny he said attired in a light summer s hand still fell quite warm Next day he needs an over coat Thats nothing said the Ar erioan My two friends Johnson and Jones were oncu having ai argument There were eight or nine inches of snow on the groun The argument got heatedand Job sun picked up a snowball and threw it at Jones from a distance qt a more than five yards During ti transit of that snow bhlieve me ore lat nsvou like the weather cluing ed and became hot und summer like and Jones instead of beiri hit with snowball l1aerscald ed with hot water Independent HE DIDNT COMEA young man tell in love with a pretty Germsin girl and sent her a note proposing II place of meeting He wrote That my darling may make no mistake remember I will wear a light pair of trousers anda dark cutnway coat In my right bund I will carry n cane and in my left hand a cigar Yours ever Jake The girls fattier got hold of the note and sent this answer Dot mine son may wake no mis takes I vII be dressed in my shirt sleevelJrI vii vear in my right hands a club In my left hands I vii year a six shooter You vii recognize mo by do vays I bat you on de head u goable of times mil de glubs Vait for me at the corner a I haf somedings of importance to informs you wit Your friend Mutter The young man did not keep lii sand appointment o ttas t d r f y 0o f ves T I tirPATS BEST lIAN9f was invi jto a wedding arrived ate house fnllhlopllrl1I in full euuitug dress a huge white chrys antheuiuiu adorning tils button lie wits shown upstairs toe genilvnmns clfl room The guests assembled beliw were ddenly nturtled by hcV togis ureal commotion Uuch z into huH tl certain tlU811 ey were somewhat utartlri bo ild Lal come tumbling first down tho ttairs complef bev ed Upon the amazed IHIPI viluim g Put what la this matter1 Pat answered tfhure and I wint upstairs nnlltIumn Iwint inter the room I seetp swell young dandy uith n cnrnationaryuium in Mis buttonS hole and kid gloves 01 his I cez to Mm Whos you Sliurc pays ho I am the best man and begorra lie 111110I ies Homo Journal AfiOTiiKK SALA young man and his lady love attended a pro cted meeting which was being held in tho vilhigu church Arriving late they found the church fill ed but a gentleman arose timid guva the lady his Feat while the young man was ushered far away to nsent in another part of the building Tho service grew warm and im pressive Will those who want our prAYI preacherAt n thought it was getting Into and he gohOUlehe sat ho rose to his loot and loolc over the audience The minister mistaking his it entions asked Young man ara you seeking salvation To which the young man re sponded At present 1 am seek ing Sal Jackson Exchange DONT SCOKN TilE PiiNrERi Ic- s only printer Such was the sneering remark of a leader in a circle of aristocracy time codfish quality Who was the Earl of Stan hope lie was only a printer Whitt were Prince Edward William and stproudThe present Czar of Russia and the Duke of Batlenherg were print ers and tho Emperor of China works inn printing office almost every tIny IeWm Caxton the father ofEng prlctlc1nand NJL Willis Jus Gale Jui Parker Horace Greeley Churl eus Dickens Jot Buchanan Simon Cameron and Schuylcr Ctdfu c Printers till and practical ones pactilutrk s printerstond Sut Lovinggnod Senator mb was a printer and so w J tri Hogg of Texan and the lead vi cf science and philosophy Ben jtuiin Franklin in his duty made his boast that IIP was printer In fUt thniisuulc of the bril II minds of the country are to b found toiling in tIme publishing houses of Iftrge cities anti town tlrIt is nnf every one that can be 11nt rbrllin8 are abitolutcly ne 04 essary oC1dLet tho other fellow have his wByas II nJ as he oiiywumimte alk People who Imve gone to the dev isay time devil ia very uncoiu 1o Mible old fellow to live with Si sn a young man cannot think d arr ther way to attract altnn grows whiskers in front ol thnrih1 trouble is when we do tiin j for our friends we do things want to do Instead of the thing they Would be pleased to have UP Votn ensure always talking of the best way to Unanago a man never occurs to them that the luc way to manage u man la to let him manage himself =AN EXCLAMATORY AILMENT A colored man in the employ of Representative James D Richard stun of Tennessee was detailing to a friend the particulars of a relit tives illness when according to the Congressman the following dialo gue ensued between the two dark- ies Yes sirree exclaimed the ne- gro first referred to Mow is sure cxcJamutoryD You mean inflammatory rheu matisra explained the better in formed colored man dp word ex yelln it ly responded the other in a tone jf jest1Cyells all do timeTSuccess Unit LITTLE MISTAKE The wife of a certain wealthy stateiumrme from the West is said always enjoyed her present luxurious state and prominence Her friends are frequently much amused by her mat a propos observa ions Once some one ventured to roI mark to her that General Soandso was certainly bellicose mRnIThe W estern ladys eyes bulged tSwithtell meshft exclaimed Of course not having met him 1 couldnt say But I thought from his picture that he was vory thinllarper WeeklytPRESENCE OF MisnAn Irishman was up for examination to be come a police officer After the p usual questions had been asked and answered satisfactorily the chief dskedstationed nt the chutes and a lion broke loose among the people Pat scratched his head for u minute said Well theyd belong Crmei 4 Ir t i41Mt1 fIr T f a n i 1iTHE FINl YOUNG STALLION AMERICAN CHIEFno of blue best horI s In the State will 0laceTen Dollars to Insure a Living Colt AMERICAN CHIEF WaR sIred by Old ShowKing lie by Harrison HurrlsonChlofs1st GoldsmithMaid mareAmSiminond byChiefWeUBwop3 MambrJnci 1 210 WoodfordsMumbrino 222 3d damn by Belizes Buzzard son of Imported Buzzard r American Chiefs 2d dam by Bruce McGregor he by RobtMcGregor P pthej0SgeldIngof ciuampiorishtp4 ut LouIsville Nashville Indlunnpoll8KalsasClty ttLouisville and State Fair nt Lexington last tali American Chief is a beautiful dark buy with black mane and tallstar In forehead snipmarked like Kentucky Chlef Is 15 hands 2K lo weighs 1026 lbs anti fs four years old TERMS Ten Dollars to Insure a living colt Money hlghilJwhen colt comes mare parted with or bred to anotherLien retained on colt until service fee is paid Ev ry prteSau tion taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN GOLD PREMIUMS will be given for the two best colts One mare and otis horse The money will bo equally divided and tha owners of the colts to select the judges The colts must be showhTthe first Saturday in October 1907 atmy place Riverside Eath county Ky opposite Sherburne f Address Riverside 1I1fBoxJAMES W HOUSE Old Soldiers Our ranks are growing thiunerovery year jAud death is still a winner every Yet we still must stick together ISrlke the toun hep t kind of leather- in any kind of weather over year Our comrades have departed every year And leave us brokenhetirted every HutUleirsplrfts fondly greet us And constantly entreat utf To come that they might meet u- ssever year Our stops are growing slower tvcy IISJlurPale death is still a mower very Yet yiir we faced turn In the battleA- tuuuul ItO nni kt t8 rattl And defied life final edict every year npdlonEy8yerJeW bave reccllectlqir only every year uAud wo bled for thin grand nation many a thJlIIIIj station And with aity kind ot ration every year Many people may forget us every JenrC enemies muy fretut Kcry year Hilt while onward we are drift tllOnr Houls with liupas are hlftiig scenes still atm nS eerJcur In the naytime of the flowers Tery year We shall live in golden hoursovery year And our deed be sunp in story Down Ihe ages growing hoary With a blaze or living glory every ycuiriJom A JOYOB D C weWoshington Commissioners Sale Compllnyst James Riddle By virtue of a judgment and or der of sole rendered in the Bat Circuit Court at the May term 1906 in time abovestyled clIlIcthc undersigned Master Commissioner will uri SATURDAY JUNE 9 1906JI about one oclock p m proceed to offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction in front of the Courthouse door in Owingsville Bath Co Ky the following de scribed property to wit One six teenhorsepower traction engine Number 8844 with governor wag on and usual appurtenances menu factored by Goar SeottCo ole 33452 Separator Number 18177 on wagon withholding stackerbell und usual appurtenances manufac tured by Gaar Scott Co 130 feet 7inch 4ply drive heU 54inch plantation mill No 3176 steel bagger No 55780 jack canvass cover 60 feet 10 inch 4 ply belt 24lneh cutoff saw und 264inch 4 ply rubber belt Said property will behold tp sat 0isfyGaar Scott Co which amount to 2092 90 The items tit60 feet 10inch 4ply belt 24inch cut off saw and 264 inch 4ply rubber belt will not ba sold if the remainder of time aforesaid property is sold for enough to pay said debts interest arid costSaTerms Sale will he made on a credit of three months The purchaser will b requlaed to execute with approved security for he purohabo price payable to the undersigned and bearing 6 percent interest from date ot sale until idslid bond to have the force and effect of a judgment The purchaser will bo entitled to imme iate possession of stud property upon complying with the condi ions on said sale Master II S GOODPASTEI1C W Gumlpaster Any S tt BLUEGRASS IGNORANCE All theignorance in Kentucky is not cqr4 railed in the mountains by a darnx Jed sight Down in the Bluegrasrf tother day the postofUco wosrno ed and not wishing to = aciejn convenience to any of those who emioccasionally receive or send a letter the uccominoduting postman ter inserted the following in the bear naper The pnstofQce hal been mr Id from where it was tnIwhen it rvf Middleaboro N W8i r 1InBiiALit1Ies jjj voted uncle wanting to ftT I 0juiecesestingsublect and preferril r got at It indirectly a i 1 were going to buy a ilolL little girl what kind of opoplnj tlmf5nk the would like lTbF t9bUnliotfcjng liKe wins i Wudy TREE It IFIi PLANTS VIN Fur time ppriog pf 1906 Grass Hwjerfis offera UH st5frum and arnruasontuittees ever gra 1it siiiUkuittp rhubarb r agenti4StrawlIerry on application to H F JLexington iT ICE ICE II am now ready to fur IJnish ice in any quantityat low prices Pelivexy atany timeduring weekand until 8 oclock a m Sundays ice can be secured for sick people atany time Telephone2lCe RE 4O- wingsvlle Ky MY COMBINED SADDLE AND HARNESS STALLION UGRANDirii Will make the season of lOOGat my- tables J iA on the Richnrt farm onSslB Wellat t 1SEVEN DOLLARS I jTo insure a living colt A litn will be retained on the colt until season f money is paid mare is parted whth kiorbred to another horse tvLsGRAND is a half brother ot f t Peter H Stephens LeGrandby old i LeGrand and put of aHalcornmar He lea dark bay 15 J hands highVi Jis coming five years old this spring nd is aNol breeder A good jack sure breeder 5 il imake the season at the same place at 85 to insure a living colt Samo conditions as apply to LeGrand Jr Robert L Goodpaster The dailyLexingtonHer ald and The Outlook oijp year for 6 Ihe Outlook andWeekly Oazettej ph year for 140 xC I7 LSk o