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te1l8 shoats at 6c 1 jrxY pfuceting ofthe A M t Dlturcl here Monda y v niITt The colored people WJH t havc a big meeting and great re i jf v Jigious revivalt4 Mary Stephens aged about 60f yirs died of consumption at the county poorhouse Thursday and 41C fefr was buriedon the farm Fri r day Y Pz T S Shrout Owingsville I censed embalmer jnd funeral di Ii tok I ocl mpletehne of bCS and burl a1 711 imouTo t s 1 1 I mem t 1 t at xStft e Q t a t kt r Ii t 4c he l t 1t 4 I 5j r l yf C E T tUre lo ig Jure ifltlstorefoithj dJ ltton JiCeI1taJSCOUl1ta t RTINEldernIIttt t 1i Wfogesd y afternoon oflast S WeEit ted I hmarriilge ret t nit Or JolmGIIP 1 VIpi OCttPa 1ti pburg iOt EIIa1ri11 NIcholas yjdpiinty JamesruhersjMt aged 48 yearsvhile ithhis 0ii July 25 t i c4 PARDON ED After servi ng t fourteen months of his ei ht 7I iJ term of imprisonment on tl4e tOSwaS pardoned by ocor and amvedi 1iqGd4a Thursdafni Llt tomFIarikf t IAt AilGuiT89 o 10nthe Ur tiillcbe heJd tjie big reunion at CJ j m Rawlings 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Patterson of Mt Ster irngi was here Sunday Walter HSrper and Sam Jack son went ttMtSterlingTuesday MrsHDiPayriter ofWinches- ter visited MrsANCrooks last weekMiss Julia Elliott left po1JoJohn aged and Clyde aged 9have been on e sick list buestburg Sunday Judge Lewis Apperson of MtaS sterlingness Eugene Brother Emmet Frat lan and Conner Ewing were in Lexington MondaytJ W Hutcheson was some days last week but was able to- go about some Saturday Misse AMc irH Dora Hense I fcyvisit relative Mrs Ford Patterson left Sunday to visit her mother Mrs Alice Perry in Mt Sterling Mrs Miranda Warner of Ber i and Mrs H A Lyter were callers at this office Thursday f Mrs T M Perry left Saturday o visit her parents Thomas Mc Clintockand wife at Millersburg Misses Lottie Atchison and Madge Gill have returned from a visit to Lexington and Winchester EHHarmon and wifeof Fleming county were at WWCase itandweek Walter Coyle and vife came Wednesday to be with relatives rseoYI l1ad ben sickforsev eratdr r Jolm P3or2iTEXOf T t tb ivifeIJ SS 1ft t uiae1l n 7dtS1 asoir tlS Surveying 9ry i liftIrIf2 tltfj sonst1 f James Jackson t IV aers 1 ro11PierattofMf Sterling l3hOIL ring from find is staying a while with his mother s Lou Pieratt do lagwnerat days Mr Coyle whoraSsic ab likoutSh botrOutBarnes left a visit J Chester Miss MaryRenakerat Wml John Leach of Montgomery tATin chcr accompanied hiIl home on a rJTrumboofWulcbestercame we to visit the latters THBrown Mr Jones lef for home Monda Jgroosephtw En1ersfathel2J paymeMrs Mattie Hunter and tv little children of Lindsay I Tand Halming ruchisft1Sbennanay for a twoweeks trip t9 low- e May Atlantic City No w rk Philadelphia Washingt 1S mb ofarlisle r V1S1tiiIsdnugh ITV n C0 I 4 rIii J J f i cfit k tjMh 4 + I I d f f l t fl l liwi fds r j SS ISJ P lj l i l 5 I5y fpy ff i it 544i rl t t y Ii j ijtf n I BY fHti j j J ajS fJl 5I Jf j j5j i 1 JtteltIi asFIV trl j jy tl rm i C r i 5S n Mrs Sallie Gill and Mrs J A lark of Perry Mo Mrs Geo and three children of Ashland Miss Lola Daughcrty of Lexington were guests the past week of Mrs Win Atchison and daughter Miss Lottie To TIlE TAXPAYERS OF BATH 1c N nsectio11 of the new revenue law f Kentucky reads as follows vv All State county snd district taxes except as otherwise ally provided shall be spectI on and after the first ay of March after the assessment and all taxpayers whose taxes are not paid on the first d of November after the s tamelinquent and such taxes shall pearper cent per annum from the jreon or persons failing to pay their taxes by the first day of November in the year following the assessment for such taxes shall pay penalty of six per centum addi on the taxes due and unpaid The sheriff or collector whose duty it is to receive or col lect the taxes shall collect the interest and penalty and account or the in the same in twhichand account for the taxes Therefore the taxpayers will be governed accordingly The law will be strictly adhered to and the penalty and interest added to the taxes of all who do not pay before the first day of No vember Dont put off paying till the last few days for it maybe that so many will do so as to cause you tobe too late to escape the penaltyC Sheriff B CI fI TIlE LAwNFETESeldom has the Owingsville public been treated to such a scene as that on last Friday night when the Young Ladies Missionary Circle gave a moonlight fete on Alex Conners lawn jautiful Japanese lanternsyre hung everywhere and mi- S4fl 0 one hundred women chM szid men were scattered aUub S h some seated nt littlfe ecoatcdstli il kr imm nl n 2z ir Ii 55 r t 5S J SCgrahOuI1Oi D g fl e aIY lal1M ils sc atshiningrai1m- anJ ii1j on1U Lreretn h The guests vereonveyed Jar wh 1nich frtoThe youngwomenof the CircLe wearingdai1ty wi nlSllsinger for Elder Spencers meet August 19 for our girls I motto surely is Nothingsucc e success CONTRIBUTED Taltand Mrs Lucy Bigstaffiwt died on d was buried the followingufly in the Bigstaff The child had been sickly I h he infant child of James Sex ton wastburied at ni bhapyears died at the home of her son Marion Hudson on Peeled Oak July 29 and was buriedL Hextday at the Donohew b und In allooLers of the Sh rpsburg gra district viz E B R cJtl S C Allen F S Al u two ma Clark John Cla K Adi AIvftnasuit filed in the Circuit Clerks to suitingOuPtio PoflifT i7 T 01 T rootdehatrict moftaofdedsChootISed for voting the fir the following rea have tistead ten taxpaj ofchool district petition mty Court to order ninedidsorthatthe published in the prld waiiiot a cor womt the order of the of thatR L Brown C f Nyn the district to t rrXV v pounds ofthe way givLen N 7 ally has Sliy land 513 If- iJ i V i Sivorce ii iiiiIS t s T I 91 iii f rJii t f50 1 J n st i i it f m SUIT TO SETTLB JOHN A AND ELLEN VICES ESTATE Suit was filed in the Circuit Clerks Office Monday to settle the estates of John A and Ellen Vice the former of whom died near Shorburnc in 1902 and the latter in 190G Jno P Eden and fortyeight oth ers are the plaintiffs against- Tobn A Vice and 42 other de fendants in one suit and JoInt P Eden and 33 others are plaintiffs against Moses T other defendants in the other suit John A Vice left a will be queathing his estate amounting to about 32000 to his wife Ellen during her lifetime except that in case she married again she was to have only one of the estate After her eath the estate was to be dis osed of as follows 700 to rances Arnetts heirs to Simp s bonug county occupied by Simpson the balance to Simpson Vice wife and heirs Wm Bolts Vice wife and heirs Alfred Vice and heirs Margaret Vice widow of Hiram Vice and her heirs John P Eden wife Rachael and her heirs Nancy wife of Wm Eden a JndGallatin Boyd and her heirs Ma linda wife of Samuel Wilson and her heirs The foregoing were o share equally but none of the legacies to Simpson Vice wife and heirs Wm A Vice wife and heirs Elizabeth Boyd and heirs Nancy Eden and heirs shall go to- pay any of their debts now or hereafter owed or contracted The heirs of Samuel and Matil da Williams are refused any of the iestateto have taken an active part against the testator in a lawsuit which had a tendency to injure his character and standing Ellen Vice his wife was made executor of the will without security The will is dated Sept 9 1876 Moses T Hendrix acted as agent Ellen Vice in managing her estate JMra Ellen Vices will dated m 1902 gives her household goods to they wife of James Polk Moran Martha Barker and Ellen Laughlin both nieces of testator Nannie wifeof Shafner Vice Catherine wife of William Green Tile e of Uerprqp jcibpqucathecW Alf w brlti1P tw I4athi i ilt ld j P Ll J E D exec tor I ict E l1 l f tlIeIt T lonaj1REPUBLICAN A mass ille ting will be held the Republicans at the Cour oc ho at2locking delegates to attend thegr WLaednesdayCo Exunty mcmIhOMARWBtrniEnCharma cheLETTERfney to6Thisrai Oned11ndbOm45 tto65ingnpro spospectschanged all the vacant land to hIjlandtapartrom the East and buying thQ time and we expect nilr vfnearest one is atyenne 16 miles distant but can phone and get him in hours and it costs 15thaRespectfullyj up bodlabors lo the lack of money is of much evil Ever see an officeholder who retiring disposition oo many men lookupon lie e merely a to 1umberspndrstand the art ping pipes and pock tbO ks calledIhecauseit said edxgraduated Irom the sdhool that e A Nnare largeeIfcr stuffeirmaykeri1ng secrets i terrainthey should go back Whanothingnof a a girl T v1U man WL lon cxki oy ii 1Lo 5hoose t 1 ij 7 y Jt lti Cf 1 So TO SAVIt doesnt take money to run a newspaperit bo run without money It cart charitable institution a begging concern a highway robber The newspaper is a child of the air a creature of dream It can go on and on when another concern wouli be in the hands of a receiv er and wound up with cobwebs in the window It takes wind to run a newspaper it takes gall to run a It takes a scintillating acrobatic imagination aIJda half dozen white shirts and a railroad pass to run a newspaper But money vho ever needed money in conducting a newspaper Kind words are the medium of exchange that do the busi ness for the editorkind words air church society tickets When you jee an editor with money w tth him Hell be paying his ills and disgracing his profession Never give money to an Make him trade it out editorS to swap Cordwood cabbages old duds eyewater corn salve tQhimha ing stood around for years ami sneered at the editor and his int Crow paper be sure and have yoar wife send for three extra pnClS by one of your weeping children and when she reads the generous touching notice about you forewarn her not to neglect to ssnd the fifteen cents to the editor It would overwhelm him Money is a corrupt thing The editor knows it and what he wants is your heartfelt thanks Then ho can thank the grocers cheapineverytimeresponsible exonerate yourself Get your stationery printed out of town and then flood the editor with resolutions and cards of thanks They make such spicy upifojvudkneyscorn the filthy stuff Wt kttlie pure innoce1t ed Ii 4 any for Jt hiin rm5 Keep rl211ep opl e58 ThI fht lJriv jj Sc 5 Ci t ftIklU1JmH h ti iit Spiffi r fY bigf3ah9fleI joband1eep over your rriv is released xmi your graspiiig body andsm i1e your giddy se Qiifjojamage get 10ng rd only knows howbutI- V thettor will get there some change PcopRovEDTimothy Woodruff tells of a fam ny ss county who rcc ly to6k into th employ a x eked Irish maidof all Work ose blunders afford amusement N compensate for any trouble shey entail n day the owner ofthe lace 0ftintendedlt ona pie eof ground which wellShureinquirIMargaret will you iiI1OV the well to a more convair t whin the woodhouse is br cr As a smile crossed the face of employer Margaret at once a ceived she made a iris see e of some sort Its a fool I am shure1 Hnberselfl was moved ivery drop of her would run out IUofHarpers Weekly FoRCoMPANVs SAKE Now I the revivalist all of t want to go to heaven stand S lighyNow everybody that wants placesta1doldIeNo one arose at once but after tear thtdoorslowlymean to tell us that from haifcddthe old man 1butasl look around I saw no onestanding wetlieo RELIEF These editors in M hard to please dramWhat is the matter now They used to send back my Yorkbecause they couldnt read You ought to geta typewri torw suit 11 did and now they send 5DuriAar because they can read Itmort is a fellow to 5doPh Ledgerbe t QueLandist Court at Chicago has aji tinted a receiver for Dowi City andordered an election inthe male and female members tha church in Zion to ageneraroverseeiv i i z r I 1 j J o DETECTIVE ON KLEPTOMANIA What do I think of klept mania said Wm Pinkerton Yell let me tell you a klepto mania story This story fits I hold about nine cases outof ten A New York specialist gotone morning the card of one of the ii chest of our Western million aires He went down instantly and found a well dressed man who said I am here sir on a delicate matter My wife is a victim of kleptomania and knowing your skill in mental diseases I have brought heron for treatment un der you Bring the lady to see me tor morrow morning said the phys ician It wilt be best perhaps not to bring her to your office fal o t sightfher I suggest drawingroom asked the physician Oh much better said the other in a relieved tone And the next day the West XU1 millionaire led niiw the phys Hmanmagnificently dressed but her eyes were furtive and restless and when she thought no one was looking at her she secreted undo her coat three or four valuable ornaments The physician and the Westerner smiled at one an otherThe physician after examining the patient told the husband to return the next day alone bringbacksaid the husband t physicianI But he didnt and he vont He and his wife are thieves and they have worked their klepto mania dodge in nearly every city m America Medical Time HER WEAK POINT The dream of suffrage had been realized cording to The Buffalo Times There were female police After a desperate struggle pne of the brave lady had artfest ed tvj porch climbers sirigle haiideuY J t khe1iissJ r sfl1fl1 jJC 21 3 I Ti 71 YT 1ttve14Jlla Irot1nns = iaihI jlla rssment f W edhereIongTheoff sainwv went to find a miiTor U BEDROCK PRICE Tlie pro sayssyfromNa H presented himself at he des letdesiredIve et my an shall before breakfast said wou itoldroom to in 1 One dollar if you leave at 6 ock tomorrow morning was the IdIWcllerwouldnthalfa dol make itjest about right de man ba turtteredIm all excited Up traveli in gheDpersR ingbhowhig alAfirstmThe resan ominous cloud on the sires brow when he sees the tning flash in the determined er daughterGreat the bug farmer hisjaw dropping Then conres shower of Nob s But hark the hero is are haThethe fence and held up his dOne minute mister he drawl of tkensla lie ture phgnow I Columbus Dispatch calc rathnsth Nobasorfkffood L V Bell a cori s pondent in the defeated divorce brought by Madden previous can butngridiculed the idea of matri ial intentions toward Be that he was old enough tcHher father way call EEitThe queerest thing his r didsee said Uncle ill l in h theith city an the iongin city nes nesIJTfJJar f er p 1 i 3 J BUGGYcj RNESSZi Tt4 4 I am prepared to make a low price on Harness Buggy Whips and Lap Robes ofaJifkinds I have a large stock to select fr9 tr and will save you lmoney v fiI am yours for the best Saddles and Harness t tu J0 ftT EUGENE MINIHAN fOwingsville Ky 5S l FUBNITUREiAND 1 We Edward L Barnes of Owihgsviile and Wm B Peters Jr 1 latelYQf Bethel have associated ourselves to engage in the fur ii iJture and undertaking business in Owingsville and respectfully so 7 ieft a share of the peoples trade Prices of all competitors met fS p trurinciplesBARNES 4 PETERS o PaATHZQL Prescription Druggist circeeriesS Notions Fresh Confectioneries Fresh Vegetables Goods Delivered promptly Telephone1 No 8 QVIS11iiE1x i l Wss1Alfi el n 0 d y t L ji L t rIJi4 ifextratl C fooi iti i KiIii5pIiotL TheOtnr d y ntJf 1l themgA1VereWell look herci my good man B RlessI e riiattcanpe tbOPheads sortshmostretlsonablework with that job SAQffiCe lyourWe also print posters dodgers pamphlets and everything usually rWehtveonany quantity blank deeds mortdes oil leases and other blanks 1H6vhouse o i Hobbs inquired OX bbs who had changed hi bi bode tells the Oregon the lanImen kno has exalted VOIcesth paidsEbsopins Suevi d Sixtwellci xiI1P1iQde set by my landlady is It man IrisherYou know what I mean 1fr1valbs said Hobbs in lastr mean to say that tu fality and all that sort is out 01 ivIvv vjuik ov ixiu MS uiat w see it with the aid ofglasses diss you arc nearly correc cmp obbs isnow lessons in Whe English undefjled ed manisa Colorado bachelor poi ti askebeat eVleadtyousbrearnadnessrs Weekly J iS 2 r 0 A B- REVNION Cartmill Post N o141 will hold it annual reunion ir the Crouch grove at SALT LICK KY AUG 16 17 AND 1 For privileges address WM S VIAZI3 Salt Lick Ky QE5tr4 5fS 4 hqccin qnyquarzt WprIce Delfr yi da u ajiiiysfor sick atany tinte Telephone 21 i i eia ot MetcaIiO- wlngsvffleKy S il PRESTON XY bTLD prfFORTSand return via i Chesapeake Ohio Ry TURDAY AUGUST n days limit good for rst in the mountains r IIERAflGUMENTIfyou mar ppa who as uibiting symptoms of violeift lyn BroikjifeIl1it him but Ivi1 have IO his debts as wellj But tIc pretty and petulajtitiT ng who was argument coat lapels was not moved by Sk Now papa she said you w notih that George to live justthe same asQthOr And as to his debts Iverd you say hundreds of tinne t a riai debts ought to be LECTION NOT LEGAL Ex ge the ionthat there can beiegall lection held thh fall to chooso iccessor to Judge Iaynter in Court of Appeals from thh District EAs SUIC1DE4Do youknow i onl9Irzshnian yho ever corn edsthczdO askeI W p dof a Louisville nypap r You kzi it thatmen never commit suicide when the argument was ac1 ed in a crowd of that natTnhe was so unstrung that heided to o one ts Irishmen do sometimes corn artsh act lie accordingly fpeared find man who searchnup to the rafters and saw his 4 hanging with a rope around xV 4What aria you up to Pat hed 5Sliangin incselfbegobst2 ied the WhyiOntiou put It around tS r neck Y Faith 01 did but Oi couIclnt the vas the unstnilinraofthe man from the En aldJsloT t pd 4 II5S554 a 9 I4 t 1i 1J j1 5S t 11 1 t 1 t t ie f tt t OwingsvilleOutlook- OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers t tl OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY l r You Must Bustle II t Hustle Is a word that has come Into very general use of late and Is used to express vigorous earnest ef ii fort to accomplish a definite purpose oj = It is not a very elegant word but it is very expressive It means ac cording to Webster to force ones 1 i way This seems to be the spirit nod demand ot this ago of fierce com 4ijto attain success in Tiny of the learned + 4S Irtofesslone you must push for It + OP you will be left far in the Vou cannot sit still and expect and reiIttIQnto seek you out rearjapparently hug the delusion that 1 lwor1dowes them a living and think they are they are sure to succeed without any great effort on their part Who are the men and women who have ac 4 quired wealth and fameT asks the I New York Weekly Think over their 4 I careers and you will come to the con ot elusion that In 99 cases out of 100 v they vere the architects of their own 4 fortunes In other words they had 1 to hustle So has It been with all 4 those who are known as selfmade men They had not the advantages g that come from wealth education or isocial position But they had an In Itspiring ambition that knew no such word as fall and whether seeking success In business or reputation In a a profession or distinction in states t manship they labored unceasingly with that one end In view TheyS rested not until their ambition was Sr gratified So In all the ordinary walks toflife If you expect success you must hustle for It with hand and brain Dont expect others to supply your i wants Supply them yourself Thc t world Is before you and you have the 4 same opportunity as others have had Only Improve It 1 Gladstones Books d Gladstones activity as a book col iijt lector Is Interestingly discussed in an article on his library in the Nine teenth Century Ho took to reading at a very early age and like many 5 another boy was enthralled by Pll p grims Progress and tho Arabian foNlghtsIn his school days and In 0 a deed throygh his whole career ho was ianeager student of Homer Late in t j life ho confessed an enormous debt to Aristotle Augustine Danto and But ler When he was 50 years old his j growing library necessitated the addiI e tion of a new whig to tho Hawardcn Yet he was by io means farabid bookbuyer For rare books first editions and elaborate bindings he had no special passion though he was glad enough to get them Sec I ondhand catalogues rained in by Lr a every post and wero always carefully 3St ipurchaser Mr Gladstones tastes ran to religion theology and vItetrongly dred topics as hlstoVyxand He was In Met sont f t1sed of being more tMt f i tesman Vhe boo omw t ft i1 4 r S I f f 1 t t fS f f I 0 t0111 r t + r tI f C4I l f t i 4 oLJp L t r w 9 tt1 I t II f t1 if e 1t hrJws r a nr 4 d der b tMaoyeaSl1akg lleare f j be UkdtOflfl1yC I f q 1iitaewBve f f Yif 10 iSglieh American JIaU I I iti fibs up tot a comparison beweei I 0 fngli8h Dd American railways is that withi1 broadly considered f answers its owl needs the best and I C 4 that when all circumstances are taken Into account neither has much to learn from the other Certain great t4 j defects stand o1tln each English r railway financing and American sail eservlngtts Bays t l Ray M rrfsln Atlantic Monthly are j quite explainable in their outgrown fronMhe jjhyslcal conditions at hand and they are not amenable to any off hand remedy Likewise certain points of especial attractiveness such as the I I FEngllek baggage system and the 7 7 punctuality of trains and the Amer 1 h j Icam liutHjt of through travel have ssS f2 arleet t e COpUca dset of local taa adcould notobe transl iiOlrc e4 Mies all the circumstances 4T iiiiBiiBte4 aa well 1t6tforcl J1 iNe 9t aH fcliw iMpmate gained by J V II rttbeei beliefeick rthewy breei and doctrine of one t cpuatry as regards the economics of t F 1taraiiwy working mat nothesow reach Bs aiScussed In another where 1 the same ultimate problem is gotten 1Ina wholly different way k I tt f 1 The city of Canton possesses thefrtEtrBgest street Jn tae world It t YI V roofed in with glazed paper fastened t1 b en bamboo and cpnfaiaa more sign boards to the square foot than any Oltreet In any other country It con talus no other shops buttl1oseof- t apothecaries and dentists Appropri o t tw ately enough It Is called Physic street a J Jkrbut nottJnajorltr f cAses Is a shy anil modest rtrCt 1 young person I 0 Eng1isharyelcera are threatened tr t W t prvatk of theIrs aWelnspIr 1I t lug siagle yeglisiBes What have they t Ai done St writ thi4 terrible punish J mentf etf j1 t ll 1 Germany is experimenting wltha 4z few automatic repeating rifle capableI t t cf ffrins nve sk taJn ten 11k SpaInadtft ltjVln merely mean i leadai iAniericans cn ao longer be assured ttJ bat railway travelhsg In England IsAf 1ca r41an staying at gome fif 1t AH Amherst professor says the men erthetuturi will be a race of weak t l Mss if preant educational methods l it are BCJchangV5 He insists that there In rIogK uat W wore manual labor and lessG i yrwK jLt he can persuade any r J J r to wp rlCWIhh B hands simply Ltvr Jf ilw purpose of giving some future 1li 4a 1 a strong cOnaUtation le will hoc of fiJl Jjiilio all the medals ayallaWe cJri iY s relief at least iI b Jt 0 fL1M I tre j cQr Iockcrtalafter tii aO rj1 j 1tf6fYlI1lJt 1d thekv 4 iI4ttt I t i 4 7 t X 40 t i icn1 rr 10 r I 3 Jit1 j ti iUj11t1YO lt iff I JriJ7 T1ft f 1 oit jitt1tift 4 fj0 jt 1 f jt aoiIf iJilr 1 t fj f J WATER FROM THE ROCK SIXTH In Cloud and Pillar Seriest STORY OF THE WIlDtinZSS JOUSNEY OF TOE HEBREW PEOPLE Br thcHifhway and Byway Preacher c Oowtlihl li bjr the author W 8 Edio- nScrlpturoAuthorlty EsoduslVtl + MMMfMt M M M M M M 4rSERMONETTEn That Rock was Christ Cor 104 We all come to Rephldlm at some time or other On the man ward side Rephldlm stands for the place of dire need of njurmurlng and unbelief of the limitation of Gods power nay more of utter forgetfulness of all his past mercies and bless- Ings and failure to turn to him for help On the Godward side It the place of the Rockthe IIiwhlch Paul declared the character and office work offthe blessed Christ That Rock was Christ that is It typifiesI the ChristlIng which gushed forth from It 2 In the method employed to secure that blessing The Rock was smitten even as the Christ was smittent3 source of help for the babe In the manger the son of the car penter the man or sorrows the malefactor on the cross becameI the Saviour of the as the cold hard forbidding 4 rock of the desert became under f the touch of God a fountain of llfegiving water to thirsty Is A rael V And more that sparkling wa ter at Rephldlm Is typical of the t brightness of the Gospel for each drop reflects the glory of Heaven It Is typical further of the Gospel lrf Its refreshment In Its abundance and In the perennial freshness of Its flow Let us learn the lessons of Rephldlm and rejoice In the full revelation of the Christ toward whom the rock of Rephldlm pointed tHHH+++++++ t+THE STORY Quiet almost to a deathlike still ness had settled down upon the camp to the turIt was a startling contrast moil and strife of the afternoon and Moses as he stole out of the camp and sought the solitude aloQe marveled at the change So rapidly had the events of the afternoon before developed and so Intenso had been the feeling maul fested both by the people as they clam ored for water and the elders as they sought to restore order and quiet that he had not had time or opportunity to realize the meaning of It all But as he passed along through the camp sleeping so peacefully the whole scene passed before his vision again Could it be that it was only that afternoon that they had cone to that place Could It be that buLa few hours before the people were crying loudly for ater and threatening him because s none to be 7 4 t LttrlY forgot Amidst Mosel eowaIlongT Vt ITNVV JV t t 0iii i yt- t f l tot o 1 f It I jf f W Are uqiibeHeve ans deains with themT x 6u ITn mortis gathered the manna as usual lutev eon satisfied to tho full butwheh they had drunk the last of their water they Began to fret and to declare thai they oulds rely die of thirst there in the wilderness forgetting utterly that tho God who had supplied food could also supply them with water Then as the day had worn away and no water was round the murmuring became more and more open until at last when the Cloud settled down and the tents were pitched and no water was in sight the anger of the people broke forth as we have alreadystated Sleep had Ipng since come to the rest In the camp of Israel even Aaron yielding to the bodily fatigue but his own heart was so singularly stirred that he felt no inclination to seek his couch For a long time he sat alone before his tent watching the stars as they came forth one by one and ever anon letting his eyes rest upon the glowing pillar which hung above the camp but at last moved by some strange impulse he had arisen and passed out of the campIo wrapped in the inner contempla lion was he that he was utterly unconscious whither his steps were trending until of a sudden his foot splashed Into 5a cool pool of water and he looked up with a start to find himself before the great rock where God that afternoon had opened up a way of refreshing for his thirsty people The dark outlines of tho rugged stone stood put sharply against the blue of the starlit sky Upward or a hundred feet or more it reared its head from the surrounding level of the sands which stretched away in every direction It was the one strik ing and impressive object of the land cape As they had passed it that afternoon n the way to the place a little farther on where the camp had be npltchedJ they had paused and for a brief mo ment while the people gazed curiously upoJlt the murmuring and complaint tad ceased Byt as they had again aken up the march and were forced ecause of the spreading masses of l ock at the base to make a wide detour resh complaint burst forth Was it not enough that they had no- twater to drink Why should such ob structions come across their pathway 3f what use was that great pile of agged stone anyway Such wore some of the Illnatured o questions which broke forth and as s always the case where one Is in the aultflndlng mood they had no eyes o see anything but the disagreeable nd discouraging features So it was that they had found in the rock only opportunity for complaining nd when Moses had striven to pacify fi Qonfuclanism like Buddhism Is dead Japan killed by the breath of the new learning and one wonders what will be Its fate during the next 30 years in China now that ItIs no longer bolstered up by the compulsory study the classics There are many who hold that the Japanese have no philo sophical gifts though that remains toe seen At tiny rate there was a PhtlosophYIn 4 1 lilf g V = I J h them itculiinR past blessings and U1 deliverances God had wrought they cried out In the bitterness and hardness of their hcni ts that God had for gotten thrm and that If he Moses would proie his right to leadership he tat the and there satisfy their thirstDidst thou not sweeten the waters at Marah 7 thy cried Why then ahst thou hot give us water here Where is thy roll with which thou didst divide the waters of the Red sea Show what thou canst do with that same rod hero In th wilderness And when lie rebuked them sharply them that It was God and ot he who had done these wonders they cried out the more vehemently declaring that It was for this purpose that ho had brought them Into the wilderness that they might perish of thirst With their little ones and their cattle it wax useless for him to point to the Cloud and to remind them that God was in their midst 7bey would not listen and at last In despair he hall gone apart by himself andcried l unto God Baying 0 Lord what shall I do unto this people They be almost ready to stone me They will not listen unto my voice They will not remember ll that thou hast done for them And then out of the stillness which followed when Mose had ceased speaking came the voice of God sayc ag Go out before the people and tko with thee of the riders Of Israel antI thy rod wherewith thou smotest the river take In thine hand and go Be I will stand before thee upon he rock In Horeb and thou shalt smite the rock and there shall come water out of it that the people may drinkAnd In the face of the derision and the angry complaining of the people Moses had gathered the elders together and went forth with them to the rock There It had stood rugged and forbidding How was It that the hard dry cold rock could pour forth Its flood of waters But In the face of the op position antI the doubt of those with him Moses had gone bravely and bold ly forward and when they had come the rock he had bowed his head rever ently Then was It that a strange thing happened for the Cloud which up to this time had rested over the camp came and stood upon the brow of the great rock and as he lifted his eyes Moses knew that the Lord was there to show forth his marvelous grace and power Behind him was a people perishing for water Shut in the wilderness there was no escape No human hand could succor They could not go back To go forward meant death on the burning sands But before him there on the rock was the glory of Gods presenceIn moment a new thrill o r gladness had stirred his heart and while the elders gathered about him had watched expectantly he hot reached forth his hand and with the rod struck the rock at tho same time call- Ing upon God and reminding him of his promise to send forth a stream of refreshing water from the hard flinty TOCbf i from the overshadowing Clout bar ished the flaming flngerof Go- dcing tho mighty rock in twain n orth had gushed the llfeglvlng ws k rcomo by the majesty and glory Oi scene the elders had fallen on theliaces to theyground bul as the sprInt s about their f wdenly realized what x xforthem andSje i tJ u f 1TcEr3 rYj w F L j I f t tU- 4 I Iran 6 jrockJJ AerocklT 7 VAndi stood there fcpw re called yIUWhlthe people ed forthfu that openedupforthem cmphadand jays they could find to fill them lest they said the writer should faU1 But there was the water now gush- Ing forth with undiminished flow Never before had he seen so abundant a fountain Out of the rift In the rock It poured as though the source of sup ply behind was inexhaustible Al reaay the waters had cut for them selves a channel in the yielding sands and were flowing on and on towards the camp His eyes followed the stream and thence on he turned his gaze to the tents of the sleeping Israel ites Above them hung the pillar of fireGod in our midst indeed Moses whispered softly to himself and God here too he exclaimed turning to the rock and speaking as though it were a thing of life God here too for these waters speak of his unbound Ing grace The God who so abundant ly supplies the needs of the body will also provide for his people a refuge And as the faint glimmer of light of Gods abundant mercy stole into his heart he rejoiced for the cleft rock In the wilderness had given him a newIvision of God IN DUTCH EAST INDIESI Ten Societies Engaged in Effort to Christianize Natives of Country InspectorKrlebecieties are engaged In evangelizing work in th East Indies of which eight ngtheaeciety is by far the most active and successful since it hpgatbered mere than half of the results The mission number 126 the missionaries 176 the schools 637 and the baptized t131215 An agent of the British and fagIslands lying between Celebesand New Guinea found among a population of 267000 about 80000 Christians under ha care of 10 Dutch missionaries and more tnan 100 native helpers The Christians Amboina have found their tldidalaydeclaredfarlations Dr Leldekker commenced I1701havlng translaUonshed by the Dutch government Confucianism Dead in JapanItamong the scholars of Japan as of ItaheYdaYlnlished and declining It was in thef erathattheIslandITO Stop Eleedingt tstopf 7 JIV ill RIGID INSPEfHON OF MEATEJ CERTAlII JNDER NEW RULES Secretary of Agricuito Wilson tprci t mulgates Regulations far t G Jid1ance of Packers arid r Jer1ft Overseers at Packing PntsIWashington Secretary Wilson has- tnade public tho regulations under the hew law governing tho inspection of- fiucat products for Interstate and for eign trade They do not however over tho subject of interstate trans lortatlon of meat or the microscopic Inspection of york for export Regu aliens on these subjects it was stated will bo Issued later The general regulations provide that the scope of the Inspection shall p cover all slaughtering packing meat canning salting rendering or sim- Ilar establishments whose meats or meat food products in whole or in part enter into interstate or foreign unless exempted from In of spection by the secretary of agricul ture Under the law the only estab lishments which may be exempted by the secretary are retail butchers and retail dealers supplying their customers i in interstate or foreign trade but even those exempted classes are required to submit to the secretary an application for exemption Sanitary Regulations Sanitary regulations require the establishments In which animals are slaughtered or meat and meat food i products are prepared packed stored or handled to be suitably lighted and s ventilated and to be maintained in a sanitary condition All portions of the buildings must bo whitewashed or painted or where this is imprac scrapedIor trucks trays chutes platforms racks tables knives saws cleavers and all utensils and machinery uscti In hand ling meats must be thoroughly Cleansed dally Clean Outer Clothing Employes of the establishments must wear outer clothing of a mate rial that Is easily cleansed and made sanitary Toilet rooms urinals and dressing rooms are required to be en separate front apartments in whIch carcasses are dressed or meats and meat food products are prepared Managers of establishments will not be permitted to employ any person affected with tuberculosis In any of the departments where carcasses arc dressed meats handled or meat food products prepared Butchers who dress diseased car caases are required to cleanse and disinfect their hands and implements before touching healthy carcasses Inspectors to Report Weekly reports on sanitation are ti be made by the employes in charge of various departments to tho Inspector in chargo of the station who In turn must report weekly to the chief ilWashington f1chemicalsHeretofore T tiNIt4t e t p iiS 4t f If H l it i s ah1vt nnimdls wkkh wert qb08iaughteidd at establtbent 3 where Inspection waa maintained and those which wear laugEtered for local trade The Jtew law does not aa thorlze Inspection of animals for lo cal trade It came to the attention of the department that speculators were taking advantage of this form of In spection and the farmers who ship ped theanimas to market were there by losing several hundred thousand dollars a year Under the now form of inspection the shipper will be as solntely protected and will receive full price for all animals which pass the inspection The inspection of animals before slaughter designated in the1 regula InspectionIschaned and to give the secretary of agrlculI ture authority to require that all animals suspected of disease on this ante mortem Inspection shall be slaugh tered separately and apart from all other animals under the careful su pervision of federal inspectors Destruction of Carcasses Special provision is made for the destruction for food purposes of all carcasses and parts of carcasses and meat food products which upon Inspection or rctnspectlon prove to be unclean unsound unhealthful un wholesome or otherwise unfit for hu man food All such meat will be placed In a tank in the presence of a government Inspector and sufficient coloring matter will be added to ren der It Impossible that tho tankago can be used for lard or other eatable prodjnct If any establishment refuses to follow the tankage regulation Inspection will be withdrawn The meat inspection law under Cossacks Pisperse Workmen Yarpslav The workmen in a big cotton factory here employing 10000 hands struck demanding the removal of the Cossack guard and permission to form a militia A meeting of the workmen was dispersed by Cossacks Kappa Sigma Banquet Chattanooga Tenn With the dec ion of officers and a banquet tho bl SigmafraternityThe meeting place for 1908 was left to the executive council Deserter Murders Sheriff Richmond MoCity Marshal William Manes was Fhot and killed by James Prince alias Prltchctt a deser ro- erfron Jefferson barracks near St benrhuntedHorseman Ends His Life East Auora N YJohn Bradburn shot and killed himself at his home here while temporarily insane Brad burn was one of the recognized horsemen of the day and had recently writ en a book on horse training Killed In Railway Collision Carnegie Paone was killed nine were injured and two locomotives were wrecked In a headon collision etween a passenger train and reight t on a branch of the Panh road at Woodvllle t Pleads for General Strike X Sosowince Handbills have her P msted here calllngon workmen to eVu er upon a general strike throughout c- he Russian Polish frontier districts jjfactories the handbill declares 1 must be closed s f t1 f J1 ritj i which tho regulations are issued con that or LieatHeredcorporation In interstate or foreign d commerce under any false or decep In tive name but established trade names which are usual to such prod not false and de Ceptiveby the secretary of agriculture aro ermittedMvides that trade labels which arc false or deceptive in any particulark shall not be permitted meat food product whether composed one or more ingredients shall notFbo named on the trade label name stating or purporting to show that the said meat food product Is a fingredientthough such a name be an established c trade nameaconform to the requirements of the pure food law It was stated at one llmo that the provisions of tho meat inspection law conflicted with thesuro food law but this idea is borne out by the regulations just isf uedtAll stamps labels and certificatest showing that meat and products have been Inspected and passed are required either to be at fixed by a government employe or toj be affixed by an employe of the estab lishment under the personal super vision of a govercnment employe Certificates tr6 required for exports of cattle sheep swine and goats and the meat and meat food products thereof and no vessel having on board any such animals meat or meat food products for export will be allowed to clear by the customs officers until the certificate ot the secretary of agriculture showing that the meatI is sound healthful wholesome and fit for food is produced Free Access to House For the purpose of enforcing the law and tho regulations inspectors and other government employes un der tho direction of the Inspector must have access to establishments a all times by dayor night whether the establishments be operate or not The regulation directs attention to the fact that it Is a felony punishable by fine or imprisonment for any firm or corporation or any agent or employe thereof to give or offcrvd irectly or indirectly to any department employe engaged In meat I- ni spection any money or other thing of value with intent to influence the em ploye In the discharge of his duty Labeling Carcasses The provisions Jb regard to labeling carcasses which ore found td i4 ch ha l o1de I t r t i 5 4ft iiZ ft f humberedin duplIcSf jo1turnI make It imposslble loFfany carcass whIch has once been tagged by a de ipartment employe to escape the vii ilance of the Inspectors AppealWhenever of an establishment questions the action a the inspector in condemning any ca appestotho Inspector in charge if he desires to the chief of the bureau of animal industry or to the secretary of agri culture whose decision is final so far as the department Is concerned All inspectors in charge of the meat inspection stations are directed to no tify the municipal authorities of the character of the inspection and to cooperate with such authorities In preventing the entry of condemned meat of other products Into the local mar b ketsRunning through the regulations is a carefully prepared scheme which will effectually prevent the entrance into sausage curing canning and Qth er chopped meat establishments of any carcasses which were not Inspect ed and passed by federal Inspectors at the time of slaughter One of the Important provisions of the regulations is the following definition 0 U S inspected and passed This phrase shall mean that the carcasses parts of carcasses meats and meat food products so marked are sound healthful wholesome and contain dyes preservatives chemicals or In gredients which render meats or meat food products unsound un hcalthful unwholesome unclean or unfit for human food e Alleged Robber Arrested Philadelphia After a search of two and a half months Lewis Halbert accused of lobbing the suburban home of Edward L Walsh a millionaire of UOOpOlast ChargeMllwaukeeJudge the United States district court released Joseph Black John C Black and Au gust Anderson of Shawano WIs held on land fraud indictments by the grand Jury at Portland Ore Board Cuts Freight Rate Indianapolis The state railroadO commission decided the tad company must make a general reduction of 33 13 per cent in rates for Indianapolis Clandestine Trade in Arms bythement has become alarmed because of o the growth of the clandestine trade In arms and ammunition much of lIch are sent from America Chief Orthodox flabby Trenton N JBerna1Sthai who for of the orthodox Jews of Phtla a cb Sted chief rabbiwIhodox r g I it Maw L repeated af r ms the f aveJ0dpEc 5i tF f c t NGUIFEU I j E HE RAGING SEA THE HT OF CROWDS OF P vA v itE SEEKERS Amateur Fishers Perish on Jerseys Coast By the Capsizing of Two J Yacht In a Gale Anglesea N J July 30 Caught the tremendous Hereford bar lth an easterly halt gale raging and heavy sea beating down upon the ns flngerlike sandpit which splits eretord Inlet two power yachts wera a capsized and 15 lives were lost while J from the board walk agonized crowds looked on helpless Of the two accidents the destruo on of the sloop yacht Nora Capt erbert Shiver was by far the most isastrous Of 30 passengers and two the crew of the Illfated pleasure boat but 18 men are known tou have been saved Of 12 persons aboard tho Alvin B apt Burch but one Is known to havq h een drowned The known dead are ref Fisher I k body recovered Walter Snyder Philadelphia body recovered J erry Donohue Philadelphia un nown bodyTCccvered Herbert Hum mel Landsdale Pa body recovered Griffiths Philadelphia John ogarty Hartford Pa Samuel Led nero Woodbury N r John Starkey PhiladelphiaIt returning from the- shing banks that the Nora was cap ized and the luckless passengers in a tangled mass of cordage nd sails and Imprisoned under tho overturned yacht had but half a chance for their lives Just as the bar was reached a heavy ust of wind that had been blowing the Nora Capt Shivers throw he boats head up to meet It but be ore she could fully right herself from he gust and accompanying wave she struck by the following sea and urned turtle SLAIN BY FARMHAND Wife and Three Children While Husband Is at Church Plttsburg July 3OMrs Richard Pierce and her three children living near Venice Washington county were shot and beaten to death by a negro farmhand during the absence of Mr Pierce at church After killing the family he set fire to the house and fled The bodies were consumed Neighbors who were attracted by the flames saw the negro going over the hill heading toward this city When they arrived at the burning building It was too late to save It but a bloodstained RX lying in thldooryard told the story of the crime Pierce was on his way from church In company with a number of his neighbors when they saw the amok rising over the hills which told of a fire The church Is but a half mile from the scene of the tragedy and the entire congregation hurried to the spot When they learned the ghastly truth the party of men who had been worshiping but a few minutes befgro immediately changed Into a band gf vlllgantes and they are now searching negro1fdetermint v Pacific Express Wreckr t kill Landing iN YJ a I 1 Cr i i lffg 1 1 J q iJ Cf1f Lfle1expressTaino IW York Central Hudn- rsmtd hlch left New Yorkra- te Hudson Yiver Sea ven miles north hRh = The train ran into a landslide which had beenwazhci upon the tracks by the heavyTralns of the afternoon The engineer fireman and one baggage man are reported drowned Chicagor s Maglnamonth ago was explained by her presence at the auditorium annex in company with John T Davis son of Henry Gassaway Davis democratic vice presidential candidate on the ticket with Alton B Parker DemoQtrationPhtUppopoUsBulg An antiGreek demonstration occurred here The Bulgarian population took possession by force of three of the Greek churches Two persons a Greek and a Macedonian were killed and several were wounded In the fight ing Husband is Held Chicago July 30The body of Mrs Ernestine Voss 43 was found burned to a crisp In the ruins of her home in the northwestern part of the city The circumstances of the case have led the police to arrest her husband John 14 Voss Praises Roosevelt Gadsden Ala July 30ln a talk here Senator Morgan after reviewing Ithe local political situation eulogized Roosevelt The president ho said brought about a new era in American politics that was attracting the atten tion of the whole world Recklessness Caused Death of Three New York July 30 Appalling reck lessness of four men none of whom could swim or handle a boat indi rectly caused the drowning of two girls accompanying them and one of the men In Lake Hopatcong N J All were from Brooklyn Rumored Gen Trepoff Was Killed St Petersburg July 30A rumor reached press headquarters at a la a hour that Gen Trepoff had been killed It could not be confirmed but probaly is a revival of the false rumor current last week Newspaper Men After HIsLlfe A Washington July 30ha the opl of Charles H Bell a lawyer dl tacjSliesclouded and gone awry the np i men of Washington are de r have his life Five Hundred Arr Samara July 30A gi istratlon occurred here f jjV receipt of the news of fiji f the lower house of pi hundred of the demons rested by the police Burned the v r This July 30 i V ere from the ithisha 180 mlt renewal enians vvr tvasbc k i un5 SS5 It4 5 c 7 LLcirI1Z i L L I le GIRL CRIED t When 8ep raUdFrohiCI yttr and Admitted She Loved the Negro Louisville Ky When Henry Clay ter a mulatto stepped behind thebars t tho Jefferson county jail ho prayed 15 realized that he had been saved rom mob violence Clayter was brought here from Chicago where he had eloped with Ora Gardner a 1C yearold white daughter of John Card er of Inrlngton Ky The two wero found in Chicago Clayter admitted that he enticed the girl from Irving si ton where she had been a waitress The girl was taken to Stephensvllle ao Her father said that he would placer In a reform institution The gir Cried when she was separatefl ronrin Jla ler imdadrirttteil In tni presence of her father that she loved he negro Y Layman prosecutor alEHzabeth town said that it had been planned to zel lynch Clayter at Irvington and that itewould not do for some time to take o the mulatto there If Clayter is con vlcted the penalty Is from 10 to 20 years In prison FAMOUS BEAUTY Of Old Virginia Days Passes Away Home Near CovingtonI Lexington KyMrs Howell Lewis n Lovell of Covlngton died here at Ken more farm the home of her daughter Mrs J Will Sayre Mrs Lovell was 70 years old and had been In poor health for several months She came to Kenmore recently with her daughter Miss Fannie Lovell for a short t visit and was taken worse upon her arrival here Her husband was a well known business man of Covlngton be ing president of the LoVell Tobacco Works He died seven years ago Mrs Lovells other daughter Mrs Virginia Lovell Hedge was also here with her when she died Mrs Lovell came from a Virginia family and was f mous for her beauty She was popu lar socially In Cincinnati and Oovlng ton KENTUCKY RECTIFIERS Will Contest the Law Taxing Double Stamp Whisky Frankfort KyTbe whisky recti flers took another hitch at Auditor Hager in an effort to get a modlflca tlon of the form they must report on Attorney Houpgh still contended that no report should be made of the amount of doublestamp whisky recti fled but the auditor could not see It that way It was agreed however that the singlestamp and doublestamp goods might he reported separately It Is understo be rectlftcrs will de chine to paycx on the double stamp whisky thus test the con stltutlonalltt r ue law vi Open inJanuaryLaaloft Ky Vtwfe normal schoolj met here M that the twoS school at j ind Bowling G en- F4 I 4 I ftl 4 qn Eii45 t t tt r 4 1IT i r ctieatab reparedjuits bK4 Rogers rel ce1LrKhSosthmn Muuiathiye ct meat Co and tpAmerican Resenre Bond Co formerly of this city lately of Chicago through his attorneys has prepared suits to Ce njainst directors of the old Southent Mutual Invest mont Co r i Had Arm Broken Lexington Ky Harry William one of the men engaged by Prof Had dock here in preparing his airship for flight sustained a broken arm by the windstorm which wrecked the big machine The gas bag was punctured by being blown into a tree and fell to the ground Held for Shooting Mix Paducah KyThe coroners Jury that Investigated the death of John Mix who was shot by Cicero Ander son returned a noncommittal verdict but held Anderson for the shooting Mix in his dying statement said An derson followed and shot him Woman Burns Herself Glasgow Ky Saturating her cloth ing and everything In the room with kerosene Mrs James Anthony col ored set fire to herself at Halfway lea county When her husband re turned he found the house ablaze and his wife burned to a crisp Fell on a Lamp Paducah Ky While walking with a lamp in his hand W T Cooper of Ragland this county stumbled and olug15000 with 2300 in5uranceIKentucky Man Struck Lebanon Ky Robert It Kelly an engineer son Of Judge O G Kelly of this city was killed by lightning near Trinidad Col Mr Kellys prominence was given hum by locating the Flor A ence and Cripple Creek railroad the w first line to enter the gold regions Mob In Pursuit PiducalCKrJ it la reported that AI i f Mathls who is accused of crimi nalv assaulting Miss Ethel McLane at Zit 1 sld is being brought here A hicLcoicie Tobacco Market Loulsvlti Ry burley were SS YOUNG KENTUCKY GIRL j Who Escaped From Her Aunt Very sfJLProbably Now Is a Bride New York Detectives who W ra employed by Curtis Day to locate his sweetheart MISS Luda Ankrin believe that she Is his bride by this time In spite of the vigilance of her aunt Mme Julia Mays and her corps of servants and the watchfulness of the police Miss Ankrin the 17year cH Kentucky beauty Vho was for a week kept a prisoner In the old Oaks man on In Dlttmore avenue In Steinway escaped by the way of a water pipe 1 vyaltlng hansom in which wero rr and her sweetheart Her fift Catlettsburg Ky o nu i afrlendof Mme Mays who is In p lit Theplan otuSCape which was successfully carried out is Zt5 believed to have been the work of Ha Ankrin a younger sister of the loping girl who has been suspected f being the source of communication between her and her sweetheart itsbVIOLENCE WAS FEARED PP n Clayton Case and He Was Spirited From Elza sthtown S Ellzabethtown K Henry Clayter the negro wfco elapci th Ora Card cra white girlof Irrj inKy and was afterwards arrested Tilcagoand brought to this city for iff TfTteffx was spirited out of here bjD i n y Sheriff Beard of Brecklnridge county The destination of the sheriff and his jprisoner Is unknown but it Is thought hat the negro was taken to Leltch tit field Sentiment Is very bitter against Clayter In Brecklnridge county so much In fact that mob violence was rv v feared and It was thought best to re J move the prisoner to avoid lynching as several Brecklnrldge meu were here wanting to visit the lalj FOUND MORPHINE Vj In the Oc4t rifda Stomach and Mrti Griffith JstHeid Without Balli Lexington Ky tf Fra prlfflth7 J wife of Nolan GrifJU argoT the the murder of her 15uionU xd bfl daughter was held for the grand Jurif Without ball State Chemist Peter as r certalned It was claimed that the f stomach of the child contained mor jt phlne It also developed during the trial that the mother had purchased a t bottle ofmorphin shortly beford the death of the baby and fragmentsof u4 the broken bottle containing therpolr son were found near the house Sue Directors For Damages Lexington Ky4tthrneyA M Ba her representing thcie1itrs ccrtifi cate and bondholderao Reserve Bond Coxanf era Mutual Inv stmp agalnsCfho ty f fftwo conret co byerito PH ver J I SUBI i IV 200000 ffii i IffS y 4 To Ar rekle Ji1 2 3 i jp i t c arre- r itinjj v rnrfge Gardner elj fo8ummon 300 men aa ulfeJSMr brlngthem in dearor aili The Halls are at the homeVof DJI Hallthe wounded leader of their tlon f Shot His Wife Fulton Ky Claiming that he dis covered his wife in undue Intimacy with her brother Porter Wright a lismall groceryman of this cltjf fired three shots at the S oman All gf them took effect and Inflicted fatal in Juries f Loubwllle Tobacco Louisville Eight hhds of burley were sold at the Home Warehouse at prices varying from 670 to 10 At the Pickett Warehouse 22 hhds of bur I hey brought from 7 to J1350 and 20 hhds of dark were sold at from 1650 to J940 T Body Arrived In Lexington Lexington KyThe body of Chats F Meckin the noted thoroughbred t turfman who was killed In a railroad wreck in England four weeks ago ar rived here accompanied by his broth er J W Meckin who went to Nc York to meet the body Ander PementJ1ot Mt Sterling Cihe Patrick CeJment Co has let the contract and will i at once begin the erection of a cemeatM plant to cost 35000 at Stanton Pow 4ell county The plant will have a carpacity of 500 barrels daily A Plnevllfc Trteq PhvIhleJy4ra Howard killed iGofprth near Straight C i mines county GofuTth waT A- f th lenn citizens of the county lin4 is the son of a prominent c i fr jfprtnBr The cause la as yet unknown k Secures a New Trial Lexington KyThe reference to ab sent witnesses as mythical by the commonwealths attorney John R Al len to the Jury In the recent trial of 3 4ithcured for him a new trial setting aside the verdict of death S WSJIItCynthiana the stiles at his homo near here JW g W Smith aged 80 yep eel and was throve reakIngbpxd 4 p f 7i1u h v 4 t CS 1tS 5 1o 4 15 4t 5 5tsi icc t uattotk toe Bent ture an ferred were watched del By OLIVIA B STROHMlie when dians herT Cepjrrltht tyg b1 Olivia B Strohm the arroAgatl1oftWInslow explained to the command of fcrJthat there was double reason for aastP = n their unwillingness to further trespass on his hospitality no less blithe J an n the Impatience of the ladles toSIloin their relatives Reasons tchforthough with all hospitable intf hewer Colonel suppleme ted by the i learns suKcstlon that they take adjr of hIresent frosty condition jr h v tlli J Ul rafer when the sprjg- LA had sot In the swamp lands would be well nigh Impassable his Therobelng no available guides at the Ute fort it was decided that the sol That Jlers accompany them to the nearest fylng f Indian village a half days march of r a away where they could obtain ponies At t guide for the Journey north t Jfhe ittle party nrrled at nlghtfaUroll the Indian settlement and the and it t soldlereicturned to the fort having elei- tnada Arrangements with the chief of that r the Village for their safe conduct TJWlfwam the travelers much ado od to be cheenul The plaro was mot f1Ung and CIOSII and the nickering firelight but cerved to bring Into bold i er relief the grotesque shadows that the touted them from every corner The loosefitting skins of which the rains v walls were made creaked and flapped dismally me brush of a fox and the foggy bead of a deer hung over the door I way stray feathers blew over the away If 111001 as the wind stole In Mrs = t gave a shiver of disgust How grewsome this place is rcctly Trophies ofd ad things everywhere squat I feel a though wejkere entertaining were ghosts k Lavender laughed low vavyw o Hush and she HftM rang t t Someb dy Is Jl i wind tppQcgwr Ift d hfl Viy flap that rain e rtshu A nish of 1 1 toic buru low and in to pany few but Ing Ice I A t f s v VV v e 1r qr I i A i J i I 6 i I toWR CUI I t r W III1 ldI cen efl IJ II hawvIEilJllluaeabyeabededh HLdot saidWinslowtf r Is tewhlte maiden here speech was guttural but not 1v jere Is the maid who is t afraid pt aa Osage arrow Owatoga or would spewc wiler 1 J Ow toga h he had fd tkellL W UI it atrlendor toeT f r IUId went to the Owatogav heritroo armV1 nolaovewatogaJII WDstQWdrop the curtain itood outside tln the darkness keeping 05e to Lavender as he addressed the ItlIJdlnnVpn are a friend t8 this white icaidr wlthlrtj bitlck Owatoga was not left to die t l Thelou arebetterr I am so do tV 0 and the Indian re H 1 traV li OWOga UYJll he 1 1 lhf te people to t 8KJ0W J ly withouttF allttLaenderblsp red triumphant lyas bere nleredthe wlSwam1 ly knew we cbuld trust him1- fc as left 1 vl aee ledI ealyl their selfappolritea guide The fOa MfMrtHjjJtj equipment mvj been lrtJ 4 Platihrallr1e town of New Madrlt wf7taer J On etout Indian BometfeeeOTerdampandsllpperypaths s t r w ere the hooTs t6t TBvtliHtcBMMure on the frozen J t rbanfaMBjllai8meetlngo1yltll solid in ng r grunts but t a h 5 ow By night camp tires7q kept o i he dthif jJ1I I rlgldsllenlasa o i IS 11ra trtf1 tt 9 h the oc I l io ro i f tft J o r u t f p i I jlk rff 1 e f 0 tJofH iO t Jl t 1 i 4 t oJtf 1 1r l i I i 7 ttr r ur1 ti f 0 iIttf rL i i4 i 3 V 1 ilfoI Jty ft i1 jt t JJi f T j r L r I 1t l t5 rtrJ J t 7 lf f Pf 1ii j t I i i 1 j Jff 1 r 1 f f H r 1JN trlJJt i 7 I + J1 i f F 1IoJ m 7J t tJiiJIo itJ J1 lioU f r2M lt i rIf rf O 1 l + f t J 4Il tihT L I tstlr fj t I3 1 l Jk t r V I jfitft i ti jtt i tj t g Jfioi 1 I j J rJ fitifJli F fi i tV Jf M1Y fh t r 4 fidP9Aitt t gtv r i tij fj rJ L BIIS u r Jcp J id J W1 t pyrl1 lr I J J J thit i grtrq JtldCj r j- jlJ qri r1 4Jiod 8 ffl l f 0 gradually aba had corns to tie boa t sum of it In the upon ambitions hopes hIs to lato In carving love was in forms Wlnslows mind an unwelcome guest with Intruder whoue visit waa to be de the as long as possible But there chorus signs of its coming as Winslow It Lavender observed her ten The thoughtfulness toward her mother regard for the welfare of all the remembered tho picture she made there seated In the wood with the In come head oa tier lap Bareheaded hood the wounded mans pillow dying sun Upplng her hair with On of bronze she had boat a wraith of daylight In the hugo shades This revelation of A softer side of the girls nature captain bar ministrant care and dauntless neslln danger touched him where ballroom blandishments or mere his maidenhood had tailed rode in advance often turning a word or smile Often there it scarlet berries at her throat or dry twisted In mocking Imitation togas headdress MnftHs2jjl asure In thlIre 01Ihopes his ambition for a career Inpec land of promise come to this he could find content and satis happiness in the mere presence to a womansellast they came In sight of the ment Mississippi dark silent the waters a vast moat beyond It steep Tided sheer a wall of rock To the trav ready ignorant of all that lay behind ment rocky wall might have been the fortress of tho setting sunlucspring was early and Ice drift helplessly under Its torn cerements snow They were not far from the they settlement of NcwMadrld and it Ithe determined to follow the course ofwa river until the town was reached side Slowly northward for the spring or had begun and the fens 1tbelr marshes were slimy underfoot overheactBeThe river bearing Its Icy burden 1hours to the south served them guidance grim but trueaniAt last they reached the point dlph opposite New Madrid e stone cabins of the settlement with huddled together onthe farther a pofromThe defwas gloomy the blustering hagridden hurled snow and In their faces wlth alternate spiteru This Is not exactly a warm arid heartfelt Is IU laughedatl mslow as they dismount trlderOut of the dusk loomed a group wigwams and Ovatogi went reconnoiter He r ned In comWwith another Indian whom a engaged to ferry them er household goods had been pIbacksferred to one pirogue Two others were of reserved for the passengers They arranged for the sale of the ponies and hospitality for the night with the first dawn tV vJty em thebarked on the river One Indian stood in tt push aside with a long pol ikes ofwhich drifted like Inqui rion sters closey to the driving kew xr America cowered In abject I t rn ternat tytatg ven upon the rw I eeblng D I JJ r J 9 i i 1i j lI r t y rl JIjL4 Jto I i H r J antfiilr a sli lniilftt1itOwdraughto swlrUng Ice on Wi In arshlooknottheyneareet InfrlendllaysandogThere was no tavern then In the bedImwereIIt was scarcely lkogaa suf andferanceSuch a return In money or uw lit to make wu eccepted but none was ever detomandedr Their doors were open and theyconcould make shift to find his own noot eroutravelersfound and for Lavender the style held a quaint attractive Interest IIIlUke this kind of hospitality she thelrlndpendentgiven and one feels that It Is with out effort ntlrelY Winslow agreed dry and I don t like It Pot luck they can it never rather enjoy being made overII VCHAITEB Vlli surpriselieJThe winter carpet of odden leaves changed to one obrlght Pussywlllows like Jilrds the alenook was dappled with pale and droop on jjiyWIntlow and Lavender strolled to tbe waters edge to look for the boater which was hourly expected A skiff was moored on the beach and Lavcn Jumped to Its prow andrSBads 5lightIn faith a tine flgurehead called then stood with the fha adefyingevery sensEaliv to the polse of virrto the curves iit s n e t jt 4 1 7wI iot I 41 tIr + 1 f tr1 f J Vd f 1 T wl t o t irtIT J j1 t u Ii 1 f 4 f f l L l J qh t tlpi klj lI i f ro r iIi t 1 jIoo p rf + rQ hpt1 r f riI + o hl TCy 1 i1Iil l= Zr 1j z o f1 vtfyc p 1ii w y r r 1I oj t j4 z to I 8LlJIr lk t r y ir 1 l J was ptatnbvtstj agate am Soon they could distil of men on thoro as the bent head and arma stra long cordelle and thero of greeting was Indeed a coamopolltan j foreign twang of Spaniard Frenchman Joined to the lusty ca American pioneer while hejgxtnuv an Indian gave n whoop of wele J and oven America added her unctuous dialect to tho greeting that sounded over the water nlclleI came the men nnd after them the is drawn like the carcass of sorali to thing of the sea Rut landing was soon rondo and tho came ashore a flwaggeflng 100 Illconditioned fellow whose oxlike than strength nnd ferocity of temper hold Pinzzl little world In cbeclnboThere was clamorous outcry for goods nature expected or spare for new cargo but It consumed little time since a largo did goods box carried the average leal shipment combs Thn appearance of the boat her known and passengers was anything but a Rough uncouth and Our the most part depraved the pros are of a journey with such men was mere disheartening tho But Winslow and his party resolved make the best of It keeping them and their Inopportune roflne ing as much In the background as of possible Cramped quarters were pro their them and when the boat was they took leave of the settle tcrlal with surprisingly little regret steel considering ybur fondness for pot Wlnslow said laughingly to LaenderIsThe boat made slow progress hut arc found ample entertainment In Int beauties of tho view The sky and the now verdant banks on either i were constant food for thought a converse But to the majority of of fellowvoyagers blind to shift haling cloud and changing shadow to Ice wear bluff and towering pine tho of dragged wearilyw1Gambling was the chief diversion tain most of the men were inveterate Among these was a once wealthy planter journeying in company an octoroon slave He had lost fortune at tho gaming table but was with a fever to win It back a like hazard The woman usually all watched his play nnd her Influence had tnus far prevented his utter Over his shoulder she often and her dark comeliness would him from the dice or cards Toward the close of the second days Winslow walked Into the for cabin where the planter sat at afdentered Take a hand No thanks Ill look on bydThe all was stifling with the fumes but drink and tobacco but Winslow re malncd fascinated by the tense attl tude of the gamblers Evidently some untoward excitement was pending stakes were high Suddenly there was a gurgling cry of Lost by God and the planterfell 1ftlownward pn the table scat 1r money In blind conf u fj Njier pause then Finch the Ult was a fall game ind ishe aint mine jfj ibrutalwords the prost i t I f 1 0 t q5 K Wp heart notimailedfandlp lonof the frf hlful Of istfov r Winsiow t but cpntro Iat- ale fsjckenlng sense of disgust he Jted- tbe calmly Then the stakes wf lgh gentlemen 7 A The planter groaned and dn d his head again to the table hlaieyrose Hlghhe repealed well if there a finer wench In the Louisiana tory Id like to have her thats At this the stricken player sprani to his feet and with the grasp of tiger was at the speakers throat The door was suddenly opened ani the octoroon wide frightened eye peered ovtr the thrcihold Instantly the clinched men r laxed their told and the planter sank his sea lagaln With wondering anxiety tlJe woman scanned each face then timidly ap proached thegamester William mas ter speak to me what is It A groan was the only response then roughly Flncn spoke WepJayod until youThenagain The woman stood rigid Over her eyes a horrid comprehension grew darkening them like a film shutting out the light Finch grasped her with half half leer onhls cruel face One r youknow himloshemgroveling on toe floor her head on hla knee senortJl spoke tall beavybrojuetl Spaniard hi head cover Mvlth black curls atwhich was carelessly tilted a wide hat This ho pulled lower if to hide the womanish pity in hiteyes notthAomaTand Itfrom personal unwillingness to andssorrow But just then ho met the Rheyer1 Rapidly his mind searched every aeDueof for AwayWyou tarry a moment and he slpor as he 1 keC2mpelllng power in hli JCh made the crushed end with sudden hun TheACapt Ie speaker with a r UlluedPC with man make II lougb t takeh J IwcL1fJii it Lt r 0 tjf fi j ioIi f t1Z 4 tIS mysLea solved The most J flowing 200 a rone to raise fiOOit ne into A Its proper plnnaclobc old Cheops familiar 16 all of us Theories as tho mode of construction ate legion nil the engineering logic and ex porlenco of today and for the last years have failed to cast moro a shadow over tho mystery Smith thought he know all this It but nothing of a has come of his researchesACtc 13 singular that our wise men using not think of examining with crlt cdy eye the tools found In the cata and The old sawa workman Istho by his cblpsIs no better thanI workman Is known by his toolsFBrooklynlte says that the tools box not those of rock masons nor plasterers Implements for filling cracks between stones but are plainly tho crude Egyptian plant of Man operatives engaged In mixing and lay cement What a splendid patch sand they had as a foundation for cement A Cement ia the coming building ma day Railroads are renewing their BB Iron and stone piers abutments the culverts etc with It and It Is ex pectctl to last former No great skill required In manipulating It There no chiseling hammering dowel said no heavy lifting with derricks no misfits The Industry has already grown to enormous proportions Drop asked sack of dry cement to the bottom a river and In a few minutes you sort a solid stone that will never with away Drop 1000 sacks on top him It and round it and presently you havo a foundation that will sus for all time a 1000000ton bridge Send Bewildered TaxpAyerme An old negro who has accumulated m enough property to buy a small homo entered the office of the list takers todo return his possessions for taxatlon as good citizens dc With what cognomen lid your pa ternal ancestor burden you asked Listtaker Charlie Rltch Inl nonW chalant manner Huh asked the taxpayer antI V hats your name waa asked Whats your longevity was the next question asked and Huh was the response The old darkey doubtful whether or not he was toe possessed of any longevity cian Where do you hesitate and what earthly possessions havo you accumu lated during your sojourn on this tel toot restrlal globe Inquired tho listtaker ho again hall to explain to the be told wlldored negro who then nervously made his mark and hastily made his departure Charlotte Observer Gods and Men- The e gods were at some pains to construct a wonderful cataract It Is well worth our while quoth they because It will work strongly upon the imaginations of men and in that way move mlncTand at last ac compllsh truly great Vhlngs Pll mnn nntM nOtpCOlt power shou1ll i i I I t i j = 1f t ract a i ail W 1g1ir nills rIrf y I A Naturar CpncIasion N6S severelyrHow did hapt that I saw a policeman with you in the kltcben last night musthlaTranslated tot Talcs from Strekoza 1repentanLn are a wo r of the dust queried tho sol stranger Not altogether replied tho pant passenger Tm too shy on the dust Make Pets of Baby Camels laSouthtended and even carried about by their attendants During the first morethanCuban Coffee putistthe brightest of new coffee pots nnd let it come to a boll Put In a teacupful of ground coffee and boll five minutes Strain and serve 71N0 Room for His Kind Dounders says h orten at thedoorot opportunity but can never get In Whats the matter Is It full In side NoDut he Is Indias Advancement The prison population of India Is only 38 per 100000 inhabitants years ago there were 150000 enAtschool In India Now there art over 4000000 are MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati July 28 10CALVESDOLAMBSExtra for to 85wHE will 65OATSNQ YIIood will No 2 choice ji 62 00BUTTERthPOTATOESNewTOBACCONew 5 91iC1120 00 bhWHEATNo 51OATSNo50LAnDSteam 2 NEW TOBK 25WHEATfarOATSNo2Prime mess 19 20 00 LARD Steam 8 09 00 sured that DALTIMOBEme 4CORN25HOGS a LOUJSJ rnot 75SORNNon 1Prim I steam DA I that going iH1 raQr i J i Q aIlE WEAK SPOT LIKE JtItnnelota Mercbant Cured lfIna1 Cured by Doans X1d ney Pills c Hayden ot O C Hayden I1ry goods merchants of Albert stations Unn says I was so lamo that the I could hardly walk score There was an unac here countable weakness of tho back and constant pain and and aching I could find there no rest and was only very uncomfortable colors at night As my health was good in notices every other way I the could not understand Ing trouble It was Just as If all the In strength had gone from my back suffering for somo ilmo I began Doans Kidney Pills Tho rem acted at once upon tho kidneys one when normal action was restored trouble with my back disappeared the havo not had any return of it miles sale by all dealers 50 cents a FostcrMllburn Co Buffalo N Y of THE CAMERA FIEND not In Was Not Satisfied with Ordinary seals Amusement Like TakingSCII Pictures bT wellknown criminal lawyer oneml sauntered Into a police court just a case was called It appeared that the defendant had no attorney anclD NofleeIll take it Judge the lato comer wishing to pass away the time By the way what Is the man charged with the attorney presently store Hes a camera fiend of the worst him Mr Drown tho judge said in a slight smile I expect to send to the workhouse for about three the months What the lawyer shouted Indlg SEE nantly Your honor must be joking a man to the rock pile for three is for a little harmless amuse like taking pictures Well the judge said mildly he use take pictures much Its the cameras he takes FOUR YEARS OF AGONY Foot Nothing But Proud Flesh Had to Use dutches Cuti cum Remedies the Best on Earth Jn the year 189D the side of my for right foot was cut off from the little down to the heel and the physi who hall charge of me was try- Ing to sow up tho side of my foot but 1 with no success At last my whole putand way up above my calf was nothing but proud fesh I suffered un Is agonies for four years and tried different physicians and all kinds of ointments I could walk only with crutches In two weeks afterwards I Baw a change In my limb Then I be r using Cutlcura Soap and Olnt often during the day and kept for seven months when my vas healed up just tho same as ever had trouble It Is eight us now slnco I stopped using urn Remcdlfts thc Jjeat on Gods I am wjp7i the present f alter fie t0i o yfCltJcur t I f t j J 9r t n1t1LIOY 7i r 4 Ana cOh0 2il10a f f ItDO YOUEEM nEE pntlcipated enl hat actual I Ie A sycophant wb 4 out to be a friend bad man who was really as bad as was reputed An actor that wasnt thoroughly jo bled with himself n absconding cashier who wasnt A trusted employ- elv A man who went wrong who wasnt a hlghlyrpspected cltlzenV A woman criminal who was not beautiful and apparently refined A horse that could trot as fast as tbe man who sold him to you said be could Anybody who achieved sinlessness before starting a fusillade of stones at others ninetenthss going to do next A prize fighter that went through the throes of the championship without becoming demoralled The Erio Railroad has just placed orders for 1600 now freight cars From the Standard Steel Car Com jiany to be built at the Butler Pa shops havo been ordered 500 drop end 100e42600 lengthThese nextthocompanyThesesteel underframea and a capacity of 100000 pounds the American Car Foundry Companys works at Chicago there building 500 produce cars for de livery In November and December itnext These are also steel under trame cars 16 feet In length and of 80000 pounds capacity At the same by buildingfordelivery next January These are bo of 100000 pounds capacity and weigh 43000 pounds each They bo 41 feet inches in length with bodies and steel undcrframes Five ROW electric cars for the Rochester division have been ordered drthece topassengerpassenger and baggage car 111horsepower 111SundBYThe question of Sunday rest Is be Italyand asfarfrom 32 to 36 hours should bo In to all the working classes and in case of public services the shouldidomestic servants being entitled to half holiday a week The law does apply to fishermen SimplifiedGermany railway tariff which involves a multiplication of ticket1 It is calculated a traveler with a small family from Mulhouse to Dale will find himself furnished with 60 tickets kt addition to which aro those for bagW r i CCt w rJ Jr I4 l rf EDGE OF THE WORLD Unaloaka In the Alaskan Islands a Desolate Spot Where White Men May Not Land Unnlaska resembles other northern having warehouses docks inevitable Greek church and a of wooden cabins Whalers leave for the Arctic regions Dutch Harbor Is a station for our revenue fleet There Is much coming going of ships of all nations are quite a formidable fleet andAtwo ships out of twelve r of the same country Just before entering the harbor one a detached rock high against side of the cliff It bears a strik resemblance to a Russian prle full robes Touched by the sunset blessing the harbormalSailing north out Into Behrlng ilea YI ing looks back at the desolate silent For treeless Islands which seem to wall edge of the world Hundreds of west they run toward Vladl vostok Two hundred and forty miles north Unalaska are the Pribllof Islands large but the greatest seal Islands the world There are many fur around the shores of Behrlng and the Aleutian Islands but the mass of them are bred on the Pribllof group No white man Is per to land on these breeding grounds without a permit signed by secretary of the treasury of the States Outdoor Life Succeeds Like EQa0SEE I The man who preaches the best sermon I the man who tells the funniest I stories the man who keeps the best I or the man who makes the best goods soon finds that people come to and Merit is the best advertisement the world People speak well of all things they know are good They pass good word along The best breakfast food la EGGO ft for It contains all the lifegiving properties of natures best food which wheat EGG0SEE is deeply In debt to the thousands of wives and mothers who was it In their homes for these good women tell their neighbors about this and great food- Children and aged persons alike are friends of EGGOSEE Merit and common sense are the things that advertise EGG0SEE most EGGOSEE Is cheap A 10 cent package contains ten liberal m breakfasts EGG0SEE Is sold every whero Grocers must keep It If they t want to keep their good customers good customers Insist on buying a EGQ0SEE to The fact that no preparation no of it as much as you like in a dish pour on milk or cream and eat delicious It Is wholesome It makes you strong A lot of Interesting facts about EGGOSEE haye been published In This book also has a course of pbya 7 one wishing this book free by addressing EG 0SEE Com pany 10 First St Qul No One Wante 3ox 18 In no other western ropean co Iry Is superstition svalent as 0 recently feed the nuin ilttlneln aTbo Hirjfh number jtfone ofyv r htsubscrl- wtio a box wan fNo 13 andfor sli fbrmance v was just as hard ppse6fl tInexhibition Dr Helnrlch Orun dv ed that in many instances superstiUon and especlall local superstition was an absolute menace to public health 1 na Austrian hospitals one finds no block or pavilion 13 no ward 13 no staircase 13 Very few will consent to be operated upon the thirteenth day of the month la this respect Friday too Is rc ius as unlucky At Carlsbad Marienbad Gasteln and other famous Austrian cure resorts nobody wants to begin his cure on a Friday Iodine a Cure for Snake Bite For a sure cure for snake bite takeabout seven drops of iodine scarify and bathe the wouad also with Iodine This remedy was first used by a med ical olHcer in British service In In dia It has cured both man and a number of animals it never fails It Is really wonderful In its effects One Instance I will relate A young harvestfieldtlesnake on one of his large toes I gave him about seven drops of tincture of iodine on a little sugar and to make doubly sure repeated the dose an hour later His foot swelled but next morning be was all right I have had animals whose bodies have swelled considerably but all have recovered to from the bite Topeka Capital Harriman Resents Overcharge E H Harriman ent his 10000 automobile to a repair shop in New York city In January and when he got a bill for 1797 refused to pay In The owner of the repair shop re fused to surrender the vehicle and Mr Harriman proceeded to recover It a writ of replevin The men who 2 are trying to collect this large sum will now have to sue for their money M Mr Harriman evidently believes that the charge was made In accordance with bis supposed ability to pay Scotch Welcome AutomoblUss Motor car reliability trials were held In Scotland recently and the were astounded at their re along the route In every and village the women and chil lined the roadside and shouted enthusiastic welcomes Sprays of and other flowers were thrown the earn as they passed and In to stop were given plan we uronu FOR WHO SHE WAS SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF LYDIA E PINKHAM a True Story of How the Vegetable Compound Had Its Birth and How the Panic of 73 Caused it to be Offered for Public Sale in Drug Stores Tills remarkable woman whose restore name was Estes was born in argued Mass February Oth 1810 com from a good old Quaker family some years she taught school and women became known as a woman of an alert The little was herbs Then it It printer setting cine Boston Tbe the self mand In ily mence that the investigating mind an earnest day seeker after knowledge and above table possessed of a wonderfully sympa hold thetic naturjgg tons In 1843 she married Isaac Plnkbam ally builder and real estate operator and their early married life was by live prosperity and happiness They had work three sons and a ago daughter means In those good old fashioned days It common for mothers to make their own home medicines from roots herbs natures own remedies rlcncc calling in a physician only in specially work urgent cases By and ex perience many of them gained a won her derful knowledge of the curative prop crties of the various roots and herbs and Mrs Pinkham took a great interest ing ino Bbuuy tii iwv otiu wo characteristics and power over disease were She maintained that just as nature so i fields andorchards vegetable foods of over tionfind them in the roots and the Sold there are remedies ex designed to cure the various ills and weaknesses of the body and was hep pleasure to search these out c and prepare simple and effective medi- It cinea fo own family and friends Chief of these was a rare comblna in for and herbs found best adapted for the cure of the ills and weaknesses HartotaefemOesexnndIiydIaEPink hams friend and neighbors learned that her compound relieved and cured tor and it became ult popular among five nthem first All Mils so far v done freely with out money tin ithout price as a pen labor of love Butin 1873 the janclalcrlsix ruck Lynn Its lengtfcjand severity i ere too to oT tKe Pinkham as tab elussl o liuslness suited most Atthls Vegetable Cbmpol to the The three son witb their motheX A Certain Curtfer Tlrt IM AcMnf FMt DO MOT ACOCPT A SUfSTITUTK CONFESSIfMrS OF DODD OASTOH onlyonsongid tbin result of overwork I do not much mind playing against a visiting man but I do hate to be booked In competition with a baby Nothing would so completely recon cile me to death as the appearance at o y bedside of some of my relatives I would really like to be tatter but realize that I cannot afford It Being fatter would mean a new dress suit J find that every ypung 8lrJ has a wiito Qtblre to wear Her hair up and every old girl has the same deslra to appear with down I have noticed that the only time the banana does much business Is at a season of tbe year when It has BO competition I find that one of the hardest duties of the dramatic critic is to reconcile the average society play with tbe aver age stage furniture About all the ambition I have left la grow rich enough to have a back waiting for me while I lounge around inside smoking and gassing To peka Capital Ireland Loses Population The number of marriages registered Ireland in 190 was 23961 The excess of births over deaths was 24 29S but this was more than offset by the emigration of 36902 persons KDVCATIOXAI The Greatest Bowdinj Colltje i UK WotU University of Notre Dame NOTRE DAME INDIANA Ifi eitrmntn tmf ffinti Our tlttJinti tl dt mmitnr itujtnli ItJunt tAtmttlm- IS Bantoji 75 Profewow 8 0 StwUU Connrt In Anlnt tnil Modern t niri e Enr Kb lUstorr and Ecnnomles CkrmlHry n rmuTCI IIDcctrlc Hecbantul Drrlnr Architecture law 8oi tbaod BookJceep DEPARTUEST DOTS UNDER TlllUTEKV TCIMS Burl Tolllon aal 4M Sinl lea ctsll le tin SecrtUir br Ulef le fATEST ATTOKXEfS blcproOUV SALE Ono bustling man or wo niinlneacli tuwn lo roateand eellonrfamllf medicine unr iabllltronlTreqaltlteuprepare erode Drugt In traniportatloapackage breakacr etc creatl Increase tnnfai iiDKins sos IMI r o c HEAL ESTATE produce Yrlt Northern MICHIGAN LANDS the family fortune TKey that the medicine which was good for their woman friends and neighbors was equally goodlcr tho f cf the whole world Pinkhams had no money and credit Their first laboratory the kitchen where roots and were steeped on the store gradually filling a gross of bottles came the question of selling for always before they had given away freely They hired a Job to run off some pamphlets forth the merits of the now called Lydia E Pinkbams Vegetable Compound and these were distributed by the Plnkbam sons in New York and Brooklyn wonderful curative properties of medicine were to a great extent advertising for whoever used It recommended to others and tbe de gradually increased 1877 by combined efforts tbe fam bad saved to coin newspaper advertising and from time the and success of enterprise were assured until to E Pinkbam and her Vege Compound have become bouse words everywhere and many of roots and are used annu in its manufacture Lydia E Pinkbam herself did not to see the great success of this She passed to her wward years but not till she had provided for continuing her as effectively as she could bave doneifc herself During her long and eventful ezpe she was ever methodical In her and sbewna alwayscareful topre servearecordofeverycaaethatcameto attention Tbe case of every woman to her for advice there were thousands received careful study and the details inclnd symptoms treatment and results recorded for future reference and today these records together with hundreds of thousands made since nro available to sick women the world and represent a vast collabbra of information regarding the treatment of womans ill which for authenticity and accuracy cair hardly Vitb Lydia E Pinkbam worked her daughter in lawy tho Mrs Pinkham She was carefully Instructed all her hardwon knowledge and she assisted her in he yast correspondence To her bards naturally fell the direction of the work wijen its prigina passed away For nearly twenty years she nas continued Mi and ti j i Lydia E Pinkham dropped her and tho present Mrs PinUham now the mother of a large family took up AYith women soaae as capable as herself the Mr Pinham continuesthis great workVaad probably from the office of no other persbn have so many women OIV be 4 L advice h Yoursfbr Healtbr w Tiiey also reUeve Dt ttea troaOjspepdiil digestion andToo Hearty Eatlcj Ajwitectreia edy torDlnfaess KMsea Dromtaew Ba4 Taste la tto ttoota Coated TDBjUje rala in the Side TOR wgnlatette Bowels Ponay Vegeai- desHAanu SWUINSE siAa A Vacation i- nCOLORADO Where Its always cool and the air fresb and pure Is What You Need Tha Low RoundTrip Rates VIA UNION PACIFICTO Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo this summer offer an opportunity to there and slightly over the cost a one way ticket Inquire of W Q NEIMYER Q A- I2O Jackson Boulevard Chicago III You CANNOT Cl I DC3 conAltlnasalcatarrhuterine catarrh causedby feminine Ills sore throat mouth or inflamed eyes byeimplydosing the stomach you surely caa cure these stubbon withIwhich destroys the diseasegermsc inflammation and soreness Paxline represents the most successful local treatment for feminine His ever 50 cents at druggist BoxTUB j oiUtaut aKrMuaa Btralto i ciP c dlf OWIMSVIUE OUTLOOK 4 WiNGSVILLE t KY ceisd 4t and TROuTLooiS subscription Crates aVess ilQws widow t One y6ati One Dollar which SixmonUis SixtyCcntr the Tluee months Thirtyfive Cents world moneyIlanthrorY SubscriberS dering a cha Sage of ziddres ShOUll give previ otis and the r address vhen writing ivV S Correspondents should aiwII1L regularIIs4it tationcrw mention it 0 fl a t y slip of paper erotic i eVki matter of general in ter of cstis Welcomed bring it to us without delay if you it in not scrtcd crat I Advertisers wishing a change Where 4rdiscontinuance of ad should to us the week previous to cntiyP4 JOHN W HOHAKER Owingsvillc ian a death THURSDAY AUG 2 1906 s Press lution 4k THOSE who had great expecta I f lions based on Russell Sages ILtheir are wiser nowofiMcGREARY pronounces the iu also tumnal primary the rawest on cents record No doubt sonic of the tary candidates will be well done a LiGECowiE is assured byJudge theLVL have good pay as trustee of pIwants the whole hog fortj BRYAN recommends that tainted money be received ass1 L scription to thefund to give the a great blowout in his honor at tI Madison Square Garden New York City August 30 I TIlE Czar of Russia destroyed 4i his newlymade parliament- vould i as little compunction as sign the death warrant ofa nihil woiS 4 ist He may be destroyed himLa4 i self with as little regret sor i these daysGeBRYAN lets it be y un I derstood that he hasnt repented in theN slightest But it seems noneyIcow Democrats have After all its k the fellow who sUcks to his pun f i chcoii that prevails even if he is k wrong AN express clerk in New Yorkq City on 5819580s worth of the ii S Panama Canal bonds at iui tvas awarded thorn tol efld ll fonbjFiAug 1 He sold hisbusizl4o27O24 His sole 0 S tO have beonhis LL Aiai ss S 4 q4e 4 es r r v i c- p I p fcvS jfff upinlStc9typ dnat camefrorn Mayfield tolnch r LheIJegro Allen Matthew sor tirLatn or the recordatiS f 1 r THEY are treating firyan over- thoughtr m London as if fr i ithere was a likelihood of him be J J ing President Edward tsentfoPhimthcomcand hobnob mYers of great oceas has been the chief att iactionau And stranger things than Bryans j election in 1908 have happened it Ssa Tom V ton PP C concluded to retu to of the Democratiepurty TIie res haspl party o forward social bJof e 4 take I to can not be the genuine old oods ha UNCLE SAM has better credit than any nation corpora tion to Jt4 of Panama canal Fzi pper cent bonds at an aver at agepremium of 397 per cent holder 4 average until maturity I per spe 0cent No nation can borDAL row money at that rate calf a1tfenco to New York Dep iwsz CouES J ifl the nominee T1ie fa- p m 4 Iearstproyed his power i beM1fl nearly elected is ufficlent to near aecanidtefornafaoqfQrGoyernor t bI1v i1 Demoeithconveril ic to sick nonhluate ndidate f01b l cigre the 10th disti1ci Mi at Thkevilje Aug I A Floyduayy j Byrds 25 instructed votes ohrz4 Coojx 23 J B iThite vit1- ioughtHopkiriJ2Jtisth4- p eral Bd Hopiti will uni ganze theconvcntjon an lthtMiriopkins enjoys the point o van with4age Mr y THE Mtate pt Marshall Field ter will not bso after th tax GO1 I gthi nindothers get tuough Mis 7 yitiittftwas soaked for und LTL1SSc1l att Tt of3572 per on r Field da3ig hiNellie latjJjln1 while seyer tivesAproti st Mis A StepstkLI4s of one dollar each aubscriph era oducb tte jonaI T 1 gn il A dollar willIistj Ofarthert1Iaf it Iorein aflationalcamp- signWell the R that Miss tof a ncI iTbere irthose Illinois xat severa- 06th the I J Qui d 1kbcy 1A S RUSSELL SAtS will leaves 25000 to each of his nieces and nephews Alfrencethe balance of the estate 70000000 to iSO 000 000 to the to do with as she pleases makes Mrs Sage probably wealthiest woman in the All expectations that the ilii beepistflUte likely that will dispose nF the bulk of estate for religious cbtrit Lble a educational purposes cd CRSTrv i I S1ccnomination for Governor New York mid with Tarn lull munys floundsupportthat Hearst is not a iflO m of the Jeflfersonian school gust is that sort of a Democrat be found of gubernatorial or Presidential stature and sufficient availability to be even promin very De Dmocracystupor that closely simulates bl j tires Tim members of the Kentucky and Mistoon cndidatcs to ldaysattitude in 1eganl to imp to the State ross a Saturresolutiona line for every compiti iTlen n notice and announcement of candidate Evidently another day General Assembly will pay morenon respect Iloinewspaperndj dates will great ayiflR for it as advertisers should Of course the charge is r newjs mention or editorial little ssion but for matter insert Terri uUPtoCORRESPONDENCE West End Mrs Gco Darrell is very sick fivefLicecrlnesso Karrick of Carlinville II linois is visiting relatives here er JohnDenton lost a very valuable year by snake bite one da last e ft week J p Caudill and wife of Pro tection Kansas are visiting relents lives here day HB ArmitagodiedatSal Lick Hospital Sunday and was buried upper Salt Lick Monday Grm1enIArm was a wizen of runentouityand wr l I 1 1 Z b Iy- t t cc a 3c bUfldlf Cy Y andMr hrjs Garner andughter MisSs Lottie visited rel es at Crjjigs Sunday Mr and Mrs AK Coyle 6f nckly Ash were guest of Dee Kudder and family last Saturday night MIV Ier Toy visit d her Susan Goodan south ofingavifle from Stirday until aylotdaughter riss Wynona visited the family SattheurdayTVIoores Ferry fiiare of Bom to Richard Vanlanding c Mimthe Julia last week to buy stock lisldarColfax James Atchison of Salt Lick Ma- nt Sunday with his siste r Mrs Shrout W Shrout bought a cow and her quaLickMagntythis part a while M is Sarah Shrout went Fri lant MrsForgeUpper Flat CrecibettMrs Crit Lane list for ontheJa Monssfor a trip to Niagara Falls C and family were retur wherdyslstsdthe1Shimanof La tonia Pr t spend a week the the Misses Glover night sEhizaMcDonaldand daughn guestsover f VT lay He s IbIaiy fli Glover Lida ay to spend a week withbeen Mary Blevins on Steps t ne nosy relatiJdays last week with re4a on Spencer her d ertyoneMr A G V Coo1c soy Het h days last week ago familyLutic tndDecea sited karrickand Vicefamily on Sale Saturday Sunday beside Samue Shannon p acksonville mourn toloxnn La m4 Sr 2 Cave Run Hogs are dying with cholera d Crosthwaitc has typhoid fever Stoner Nickell was in Morch id list Sunday Reeds show vas here Friday ty afternoon and night Mrs Eula Bethelnbetter J Elder mare series 11ofby Elder John Johnson Johnson and family Of ickvisited relatives I ire till Monday Rev a Saturdndtree will begin a tendays g here on the night of Au 10 lbs LeoHUisboro i NixonllRankins has been on the ter for the past week SatUl Miss ArcinSunday s May Atchison visited her house TheMrslast week ins John Moody and family left fell day for a visit to relatives of wan county Mis Creeksto visit her Ma ll Fartwchl1y 1 Colliver and wife of- OSg fPlains visited A C im merm FanMis Mattie Hunter and twoi iciglitoryweek Miss Lena Rawlings returned her honte near Morehcad last of Monday accompanied by her cousin Miss Lydia Moody nesdOdessau jSti WOodairSeveral from hera attended the YounrdayJ T Gudgell bought of Fletch C visitold225 I 4tr virenfn Fleming county and Sunday at Riddle and nia uiiiaii iiv Okia and Lucien Rigd n of WgeRiddle i M rs Gcac AnoratI Z tk Lw rIrL Jbadftniiyaud ecJ the fami1yf oltfi1 rryri Jiieand wife1 JQhnfGlarlc da an StyWe failed to mention somosaics CO thishfliuiIjiCplman Stong sold his time out at to selWmoiice to Reyjioldsville Barber moved at itothe rtyat this place to Mrs IC- inAn Gilion for 300 M15 ii ion moved to her new HUill sdme time ofMr fJat c JoeherS P Baird and wife of Car e visited Cyrus Arrasm ith has e last veekareMrs Newell and little son ofysville are visiting Dr J JLetton and overe ren lity excellent Pet lbert Trimble and wifnec For gie and Botts are visiting M Tsiste Sunissa Ga is visiting her C M RathifIinganiel is confined to his Clau someerLHs Jo- nmes and Frank Hortc Ofl tgomery are stshas eirnephow W L Day or Miss b jnede she had been visiting her broth otiaeVed meeting beg n at time ling hristian on F ic1ay a with Elder Tinder preachton brothnsomenryCowgzll of Ezelwhc had family theguests of Mr and Mrs C Statowith frontsfromaughter aSheband jIJ thirteen rears luck t h EIdsedTreadotpenters frestttendwe hop p I 54 Crooks v Press Barnes is very low w1t1is dle Will Williamson is on the M also little Ed Rothwell tGeorge Gilbert of Clark coun ing is visiting relatives here ust Mrs Charley Reed and I LissMiss Thomas are visiting at rents days E Williams bought a bay of S V Johnson Saturday the I of Wilson Hendrix a carload of cattle to Cincinnati chic Saturday green notPeed Lathram shipped three carloads of cattle to Cincinnati were Lee RWilliamsonDonahew Reasor averaging 85 urday at 55c Mingand wiferifeGorman wife and daugh ly Mortlayh Botts has several hands er k on S V Johnsons store clan building an addition to the store try horse that Mrs Wes Blev was riding one day last week with her and broke one bone abund her arm Will Steele and wife of Flat ty anti Mrs Joe Kerns of u1fParker T C Married last Wednesday by ReyiiosCarpenter both of the Salt Well f tyonejflgsviIeBorn to Wm Jones and wife Wyoming July 20 a son v Reyn Reed Bros showed to good sized crowds at Wyoming Wed ay dren Miss Lucy Horseman of Beach F s is no better of her attack the ha and mmii of gome StondgValley v3Iiss Ethel Turley of Step tnc lie ed Miss May Bratton of Woods last week Miss Nina Coyle of Forge lii burg1iensJoe Gpodpaster and family if May Gco anGoodpaztcr i Shddogai of lower v1schoo pooreandd 5 i Ifri p i e Thshc onIaT a wee ivan ofanup per VI t Oak IVhb Ii vis itthg her siitr Mseele p1 F1at i0z o lcs returned hornet turday f TrWehadagoo novesarr IJevedr kinoiks ma Walter Lowiy went to Winches ter to in the fair several lea atdaysylast week r H Squires left Sunday fob the Sal rmcipalthepublic Milton Gulley moved Monday wherewillMrs J li Campbell and sonL visitingWf Mr VT S usenerry who JflgladwSreside Lym visi MrsRchard arrett am spent Sunday with her iratherMiss thege If- rs Frank Brown son visit MaudayFoster and family drenonde Wilson has been hii edinlace by Capt Pelfreyr a daugvisittaken down with typhoi d fey form andcasespentFridayer Martin below Mt Stand report a very enje yable while there bettewhoer A J Garrett her4 visitjnMrs her sick t and V on Slate sick DuknjirnSaltth picnic at Olympia there they Ka the highballretur BHBHETuTI nd Monday We vitli Hira 6pectlucker B F Parker at his resi- at nS Prestoh married J way and Miss Sudie Ct daughter of W G Car all of Salt Well lastTi They have been ntfgHR or Over 20 years and surely Inheoy and happiness the a long married n e 1r s T f C i Remcn here Suift Wand5 vW erly Ida Eden via tr in Fleming courf i ral Maze last wqeksOnaTilman Riddle and wife visited latters brother Jas Riddle upper White Oak Sunday Mrs J 11 Gray attempted sui last IllinoiAtexpected to live Mrs Jas Grain and little son her sister Mrs friendeedof Fleming county Sat and Sunday her Jas Denton wife and baby of oorefield visited Mr Den ited a Misndfrom Friday until Sundayweek Jacyis in poor health advised him to go there and the climate as a last resort Upper Prickly Ash and We have been having rain in countanceFran Mkvisited Thomas Horseman and family last week law II 0CariJ Carr and wife nearMt Sterlin last week Job NiHuntldsville spent Sunday with Clark and wife ren Th Mfoxesof Mrs Riley Chandlers last Wednesday night ter Wm Phelps andfamily of near odsville were guests if Al lie manza Stone and wife Sunday Mrs Adda Markland and are Ta Clarckettweek Th afteryand wife Saturday His aunt Mrs Mi randa Warner and daughter Del companied him home 27 Mill a Th andosWednesday kit ecith ttoneSunday Miss Hallie Hurst closed her d l last Tuday opacce unt of health JsshastuffieLUtT S i a 3 4SV w tS 5 I toijivi- stccledEd hci i 3flofSttto rlofSprings Iiid for hiehealth wntes that he fssomevhatim proved Vvcn the little son of M and s J P RavIlIgs who has fl quite poorly with r jledhla Jameson after an ii Spf wasdedavessisters and five brothers to mourn ir loss besides many friends Grange City Mis Viola Havens and Lizzie are visiting rela tives at- Tiltori Con and vife visited and wife or- ife 1Thjtc Dr A W Jones and v of iffaflvifewit ii M ofrsted her mother Mrs Alfred an lastweek- rs J R Selby and daiSHilisboroJ Sl Ana Davis of HillIsbro ht and fc de RigdonSaturday and Sun i Mrs E H Gardiner and chil visited her parents J N 10 man and wife froth Tues till Friday at rs Jennie Worth sons and Rol Walcameers parents Matt Ne wman wife the Salt Lick pape JeMrsJohn Dickers6n is some ing- r ited andheJ Shouse has been very be le but is some mer longeeed this week froz Mis S1S hurleinfa ffrejgonvyears been d fjthe3 c- lCat Apn the Owina move to1 ark Ler c LIqt ii ffjCaroline Bates Spring iio their siste tJ1ss Jackson over nighto ay to visit other relatives vj and Scranton yso5 Jackson bought the house fourvacres of ground formcr o LWhownJackson adjoining the Jas M j estate and will move as c s he can get possession v AniOlympla Bro WA Williams is worse io m3fl Arch Hovermale started for s Friday lyH Clay Shultz was in O 7father ingsville Wednesday ij j ren Miss May Northcutt ivs1th It s at JefTersonville Miss Lucile M Clainjzi Into aunt Mrs n iris Rob I3Lnerth Youisscsk 10 and Lizzie Swarts in Owingsville one day last him she k Staton of Lexington uest of relatives here tIAndyins week leG Mis Nowsguest of friends hero Saturday as Sunday the Mr patedsis the guest of her nio tha orsMirt Irwin wife and sister in It of Farmers were guests of lug Irwin and wife Mrs Robert Overbey and Mrs Sallie Hunter are visiting friends cholas county this week It Mrs Tom Jackson and ch ilcinot of Pond Lick were guests rs Lou Turner Saturdayswift Mr mosHelen of Owingsville were fur gues C stoppasaSaturday Bud Clark wife and little Covingtonfill a k and Mrs ThrasherandMrs George Ann Carpenter re turn ioitedwith her latherher brother Tommy Gnggs Mrs Algin Pergram died July of dropsy She was a daugh ter of Wash Spence She leaves to hu children longadeath 4 M of tiee from tho picnicSIc e atitl were married ghter of Jeff Staton 7 git m is a son of Jim Iztt a f ceased and Mrs MagJI ho Junior 1ticnid15iei4 VC 4S i S a FCCCS Goi iusicsiv s y they woulcj like fct riu1bidkespcciulIB v too ps v i Leonard Robersoir has t Seea very ill with malaria vr 12JnryHart of Kansas is here visitmg Ins brother Samuel Hart Threshing is oveiin this ninhgl borlicod Some magedbyr1iss Sallie McDonald spentSa tuiday and at hex horne m Mt Sterling ThosFicklin aniwifeof StantObe rry 1110 visited Iee Your LgandSwife last week Clifton Bush and wife of JnSfft Lick were guests of 3anSunday ha we rajnsre an corn down to the 2 mark Mrs Joan Cheney and sthi Joefel likJesseMrs J T Jackson and daugh MlCO TTn1r gin vile itedthefanilyofJas goru cut gol Farmers are comiiiairiing of toJtco worins weather has SOlaUiYthat paris greenmov fcota H w foolish it is for a man to on vise enough to think tiizit if gav was a woman there vuujr r that least one sensible woman tiow M waisrstinettonfamily m of janJIrttThe editor of our neighbo ri I r the Sentinel Democr e congratulated for praises f the farmer I jnojo 11 sintxtruthswhen our citybrothervi us farmer boys regarded us as unoLtiusweaklings who arned anyth with i r hear the 4 awk dcg iiilibleted on tY The fzu justivd S i r q e5 r 5 IaeS idihf thI1n4 FknshaveBy MARIE MANNING in rof Lord AlKiutlum EtnkrepC- opynjto l3byIiaretPtnit tlon iris creankeep away from hero Its the whlto feltl Front lifelongwithinlaiucntatlou ns she called for her found anti brother to take her from Ithe Ro- q Cuuggdneyhad become his unpleasant duty to to nd to act quickly lie snatclod ludlth from her mother and took JIM tho house jBndJljcriitprpctr 3uolriehestcr Which was hot loaded titian giiig Stream the got to go ho said curl lev late he Winchester he repeated the diary command Singing Stream looked at nctera with the dumb wonder of u forest and thing 1 was a good squaw to you lug said and did not even curse him Diary turning sire ran toward the foot that with all the length of purple cal trailing to Mm Rodney ueo Tumlin was the and her cup of happiness doss the wife of u squaw tuna was not like rimming beaker she had anticS on The expulsion of her Trail t such n time to make room for wn home coming was It ticemed gaze to criticism The neighborhood had included perhaps live families liv In a radius of ns many hundred tiny miles felt that the Tumllna had es lug talrilshed n bad precedent A squaw man odrivingroom tot a white Is not a heroic figure ba It would with b dartilth rr countz 10assred hnnc was but svebut to shove Ou own wotfi ir n Diedanyrkedanx from itodn loeypioneer his political opi were browspatbrou and witilCequOS ply1etO auimunitlou When they net skirts Mrs quiteandagainst womaft it was womans work eeulo not The Tumlin family did not rem enough in the Black Hills country ILLIesS Sallys failure us the wife ot tet u1ierwns in tliII marrow of their bones maIesblLts ot tlio wagon the nd LtentuTes of the road Weru the only mne Ujy craved The spring after sisJnYarriago they sst forth for Jind rsy I lq S I j iIpIiWk S T IfOUL Jidtoii1th 1 4 Lkwrs f ut rears of ago hiszn y Salpersua homes g a sahe hcr owiicOflSCieIrqc sillly at ooklthiX1tdhffcrentIyw fought ti sqthuv for UoduncyV favor a 1 truthadbabyhood been known US maeleveryM h feltatapac an datedyhis mothe4 0 asingaternityrocking chair lo bum marIugd t frnn tockod Jut trahlk a grt dent of wU isic thi countryt herfle neighborly Inquisition had fallen e a blight on the taruH Cdrtt1Ii Sire Vague migratory impulse was on her dcr ran ballreplanggng thodenhererwerenaticularIn those daysto fak udlthehereras likely to bring wre chedn s Sliliiegs In Wyoming she was des ito find rn old friend Mn Atkins- lieutmarOt17 nod who had always felt aly atsnglace handkerchief to the bride 4J9d now Major tkLflhI Waso n 1Vashal1o Wyomhig T 4 i bsr S 5 I4 ji r r I J p4ws4f rcpre It Li rrnlChaUI1lja be ilng of ftoalltyHhat one njigUv emfcnrking for the planet Mare an airship I Ileips eome bread and meat and a Y of cold coffee if you live to need rawas Mrs Daxs grim prognostlca U of accMout Lennder being of Oti emotional nature cOuid scarcie restrain atho advent of the travelers f ted a welcome vnHaUonlntho r ot his dutiful routlgfrjh t4A all tire agitation of parting friends Mary Carmlchael and a promised to write they bat a great deal to eay to end other preceding evening jcracked his whip ominously S travelers got Inside not daring iL trust themselves to tho box The45nrney with Chugg was but a repetition o at first days staging sagebrush wa cfijaser J 0 m Beeined as far oil arf ever nail v outlook was if possible more dio finscribed f ns the stage Jolted over rnta gullies reads I do not mind tell you In strictest confidence Dero I as the little boy called you e when I so lIghtly severed my coo J nection with clvilizatioal ad no idea I what an extent I wn3golng hi for prairie prlmovnL How on earth jS a woman who can write n lctt r Mrjj Yellett stflud 1 And whtro the map of Torth rntrft BtJ j f S Tho fat lady had never n r ig from Chuggs back Stno thai nje started She peered at that broad expanse of flannel shirt througtrtUe round window like n careful suiT master sweeping the horizon for possible storm clouds At every p r f the road presenting a steep do 4 Sire would prod Cbugg in the back tho handle of her ample umbrella CA emand that ho let her out as she jJ rrtdwflikIug you think you are npIcnLckIuIy ou crave nominating round these f solitoodesr Anu he cracked hla 4and adjured his team with caba llaticIiaprecatloas d von tlco If Mrs Dix glv him ertidc6Heo Bameii8 she did usVVr usly inqoIcSd the fat lady from I okout v hadnt noticed 0 v Hes drinking soihethlng out oty n bottle seems to reiLsh it n bea l he would cold coffee repprteilJ ntdi hi there Hi jnrmL he grunted savagely ap a watery eye to the roandwmg Xbthing answered the fat lady ii satisfied at having lier worst coallrmed Chugg returned to his drtvinj as ono i abovo the weakness of seeing aad hearing things I1 Talntcorfec Could you umeh9tZed M txIoiily jnevcwcuny tell ti they are iurnti1lckIed In mtenA1io eM youkiow coffc 1 5l 5 eycshudrisliwater t t cry col1ipieti jindr thI3 4 ony ratrcweT Ix z ppeil to t V 1 t4 5 4 4A I II 8lpenl cotmcd Mnr u1m look wnlkI titiiiiatlatl s said the tat iidP conspicuous lack of jncrc lnHt her baird frizes nvountarIiy This time ho icI not truqtctittI e11a handle as a inedlizi uti cation between tbr i and he rself Puttlug b ioie ShO qMp4h S g4 rcStb II ZltII v grip e Istew ladks trutlngUip Protection and trzivptng t great lonesome desert h j ffCilirtlbiemor the tiu uiuuanva fon and then he muttered to himselftaUier than to tho fat lady Nowhere safe from em AVpmeu and house IIiCa s universally prcpjiihig fat lay dropped his arm as if it Mfa braz1d 11108 ro gcntlecen All that day they tolled sani dsagebusii-paling thUt si v Tgriss Uppers kep t ieuK rplngmd4 6COrchedWaiteberifltan ccch otztheiias coin it s a fcecret UlspatSjV ica oI t ztct a 5 y r e is5 tk 1c i r r co 5 I 3 k iz i5f 4 t1 5