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aEltypographical error made us tastwoekLumber JVtniy saw mill near the Speiicer farm on Roes Run I can furjiwh all kinds of oak 4iimber Address C W CLAYs jfUN Salt Lick Ky k r There will bean icecream of atthfj Wyoming Christian Church Saturday night Aug 18 will be paper balloon as censions for the chilslrcu F0UND4bout April 1 astray yearHngred muleyljcifer on Jack likA J GATEWOOD SS5 DASH FOR LIBERTY iThe three to Ililiargcd rorliberIIiS c rirvettanQther good chanceccI FAnM FOR SALB Ijvill sell th my IGSacre farm near Reynolds vis villci and 4 miles from Sharps uirg withe Bald Eagle tnrnpikpV irnurored and alt z1I ii11 co 1i l o M1 I ijtck briioorr cribs and ahcootlj it r n4co6ry outbuildings ffiiftie atate or tultivation i r JAMES S CLA rom Pz i JELINQUENTfAXPAYERSCUlTtu f Y8 iPclOnswnohavenotrtt I y 1 J ia su tyg ore 1 Jon at which they offer to vote I fi Id21n ftill lljState county mi t nicipaI4strict and school taxcs t r due byjtJiem for the year prev P s tothcone in which they ofT Svote are not allowed to v I Thiffis the law enacted by thE gIate General Ascmblyro li 7 i 4 t tu w v t pe 0 e r p1 tcV I on I I s 1Md HA nO SPEBCH tSItW oralJN B Hays addressed a la crowd here afternoon m the Jn ero8tof his candidacy for 4 thePQmocratcnomm forJ Gov trtorJIlS is said have dwelt on the official short 4 comings and extravagancse ofhls r wrivaliff was well received by those wh f op at9l1gerwhlle Ha g ers it of course lt 5 1VWAjSERyTCES Revival a ri IChiitianr Monday August1 20 i Day services will behe1dfrpint i io to Uant eachflay beginning c iTuesday i1 minister of theI J Spencer rchofLexgt thexnectingS A coidji 3nvltatlon Is extended d feall in th to atten r with a gukrantee jhatallwho will give him a thoughtfth hea r ingwniinataicted greatly fteAtuJr v i VIOLATBD POST LLAWA t tI portoflfcfe Jns tor came here Mwwtey fld without telling his J rrnd took Ppatmiaster James JL 3ne8 down ori the K B D No llJ 1 fose i Mrs Mttie Traylor of j SIMe Sralky Mrs Traylor had ted a lotof tobacco tags and h foiwardedthecninaboxtoa tc fOctfimtinWtttVUginienc c1onrin the box aletter statin t l1tedmeXCh- anieit osrtbprie Tra ot tted tbcfact to the ins P tc and as ie box prepara- flberchfldic ihsteiad of firsft pcli miil matter the iivspecton n d Mrsi i innocently ViOted the law inc rh3h cloenng r tt matter in a pacii Pitf e en whci leg than the rates If fPOte WaS paid P- atJ I ir5caiIo1odIITI be too caeful in th j JJjJf t t t fc or L orr 4 f 0 J i 1Iii lJt r JItr tr tJ 1 J i1 n t L5 4 r r f i I IHf th r h lIm4S5 G I r r01 r h c t t3 j l J rL io i II oJ iI l1 PERSONAL sa SlhcrcMiss Alma Gillaspie of Bethel a guest of Miss Mary Lane Prof Martin came up from Car le Friday to spend a few days Thomas Daugherty has return a pISprlllgsRev ii A Walton and wife re at rned last week from Kirksville Missourimof toll thrgaster Monday and Henry and Dec Jones of Mt has toMaryMisses Nannie and Lucile Peed a Lillian Shrout visited in tion last week dE SpSamlaShanklandMrs Anna Richards and son Tames M returned last week ont Lake Chautauqua N Y thizabethweek but is able to be out again Luther Cassity and three little daughters of Jessamine county Vdaythe edreKelley Richards and B M teBrutUs tlheagain SaturdaynD S Estill went to Mt Ster le ng Thursday to visit his niece- srs W S Reeves and returned home Sunday itne on a visit to their sister Mrs ugene MinihanteJ P CaudilI of Protection Kansas was in toseeusThuIP day He is with a real estate S- mpany booming his sectionou Mrs Eva Shirley Mitchell and t fetoSt Tos phNo Tuesday t JohnCoyle James A Barnes 3cLJ nY v l BtpTulecrthe tin h 5 Oi ventionJnAslviAnd Wednesday Geoi W Honaker and Tucker pos motornelweek to relatives in Owen counC TLulieMt Sterling1 tojoin Mrs Claude axtonnnd a party on art qutinv fripft Cumberland river Geb Shcehan who is running w 1Irenan on the C 0 rail ad after spending a few days ith his sister Miss Mamie re lirned tiCcame up Friday attended theRe ublidhn convention Saturday af J rnoon and went to Mt Sterling the aftcrno n express lardMcAlister Of Lexington after a visit his grandmother v Lou Fratman left Thurs K to visit his grandfather Jos MiArs 1in Mt SterlingIH train Julia iounpr of were guests ofT U SsQwn SunS ay and Monday Mrs ofWinchester isalso there Judge N Reid Patterson an wife removed to Pineville last eek to reside Their host of wish them the utmost prosperity and happiness in theirJ new home Mrs Ed Barnes of this town andters daughter EmmaLee ofth ron Mines left Sunday to yisi heir sister Mrs John D Mcln tyroat Columbus Ohio Mrs Thos Steeled ter a vis it to hersisters Mrs J J Nes bitt and Mrs A W Walden left for her home at Indianapolis Fri day Mrs Walden went with her as far as Covington to visit Dr Waldens John son Mrs Luke P Pettus of S vannah Ga after a visit to Mr E H Goodpaster returned to FlemingsbiirgMondajr Mrs E H Goodpaster is visiting her there this week Mr Pettus will be up in September to visit at both towns DAILY PRAYERMEETINGThe ladies prayermeetings held ev afternoon at Christian Church as a preparation for the revival are well and showdeep interest TYPHOID FEVER EPIDEMIC 1Members of the Bath Co Board of Health were called to investi gate the Midland City neighb hood in regard to sanitation stay the progress of what seems to be an epidemic of typhoid fe ver It is said that a man nam yurden and his child died of V and were buried in the same grave while there are twenty to thirtyothercases j There was a thunderstorm and rain before day Tuesday 5i rr fJ t1 lf D 1 CANT R IGNBen F Pier1- Il the reigning genius of White lphurSprings postoffice Young as in to see us Thursday and as tu usual contributed liberally of his ith fund of humor and useful infor tu mation to Ben is miller truck grower and postmaster primarily and carries side line of assorted politics pI tyillerhis grist mill on Salt Lick and never cultivates a swollen thumb erely to displace space in the dish It is true that luring e open season he beguiles the 305 uc between turns with fishing 57 frogging It is said that he a Gallic taste when it comes to gastronomical propositions d as to fishing a contemplative mans recrea He is an expert truck gar for ner and supplies the Olympian 9 rings Co with fresh vegetables d fruits He delivered to them st week a lot of the first homeno own watermelons of sea is clBensthe When leIthedithemastership and the ofiice devolco ed upon Ben Ben al d tried to get somebody to take tll office as successor but fail or He then posted anotice that feiforingtone law and abolished the officero came a reply aca atdhow he could resign The anotwas to get somebody toor qualify as his successor in answeredthat nobody would have and he would like for Uncleas inhowrsome office The reply was a modcTof succinctness Die get tetatet of the question the second he would never do voluntarily de inllwlf ana Tex to the Jolict peni j br tentiary in order to serve a term that thinks he is justly entii ed to as to thethrd lie could T- tcot t 1 self to escape 1mnrr irssomein ters So Ben re of ain asanemmJ2ennd warning to seek a l untry postmastership clhemet at the courthouse hereta afternoon in mass in- ention The attendance was rather sma1as the sentimeri tTheadopted of convendtionrove the coursefof our presentd representative an C r1gress BBennett and instruct the del egates selected by this convenr tion to cast the vote county for hfm in the district con i ention which meets at Ashlands yon August 15 1906 2d that RGudgell Dan HarkerJH CGudgell Chas as A Barnes S Mr Jacksona Omar Barber Felix eAlister Robert Hart John S JMBrown WmCrouchb Jesse Barber ijIH eHLWP Pickerson IC Jackson fBll other Republicans of Bath tItgates fCGMCALISTER ROSC0ELEESDEATHOnlasa gell received a dispatch that his grandson Roscoe Lee died of appendicitis at a hospital at East Orange NJ in which city hISj reside He had been periodis riously ill on the Friday preceding his death On Monday va operated on but the disease had gone too far for medical or surgi cal skill A cherry seed was found in the vermiform appendix and a large quantityof pus had accumulated 40 clock a m Thursday August 9 Fu neral services were held Friday afternoon and the body was cre mated Saturday v Roscoe Lee was the only child iif Thomas A Lee and wife nee Oka Gudgell and was born Jan u 1 1887 He was a bright grridutoschool He was preparing to en ter Columbia University New comingautumnfe of many friends in theirsad lo Lost Gray cloak red bord and brass buttons Reward f return to Miss Lottie Atchison JfJ ft jk t Pi ft Jts K G r t u FEIVEH O e State Board of Health of Ken tiysicianscky This Board again feels it u be n duty to call the earnest attention of our Health authoridties and people to the from inphoidenIdorsedlndconfirmed If research and observation for thefrprevention of the disease cases of this disease and 1 ti 9 deaths were reported in Kentucky I last year chiefly confined people in the prime of life and usefulness The cost of those sick of it to say nothing of the sorrow sufferingand loss of life the year is reported as beinge 63750fepreventable of all diseasesI t even excepting smallpox Itm loolerathe disease are contained only the discharges from the bow insa litdischargesem in some way in order to ntract the disease They usu all alroughstreams draining inhabited tfeCJ1onunscreened kitchens and dining oms The also be corriedor on soiled clothingnl indirectly by using her articles of uncooked food P drinking from vessels washed the infected water Ice from fected water is also deroUS it has been proven thl eez does not kill the get A ourgefccted from one ease and i organicffltcrr the multiplication of ros- In the now nQtetlc idemlc at t Plymouth Pennsylvania lV s the sickness of 1104 personsc the death of 114 the out ctkvss trr ed to vse of wafco zjS1m he fccmit disastrous epidemic A i Tr 4Cornellapublic water supplj similar Jnfected Ob the other hand in the die tressing and fatal epidemic which t ung to UU1 IIHilVUiJ camps at- hickamauga t Camp Mead Mon uk Point and other places durf g the SpanishAmerican flies were found to be wlriJI pal carriers of the he United States a ointed to investigate tiw o H the outbreaks Ev ttpehite powder sprink tiiq in the latrL thous nds of these pests were traced 50 irect from and found covering the food hands and uten ils in the kitchens and mess ooms of the common soldiers Cultures taken from the feet legs ills and intestines of these flies the germs of typhoid fe er in countless numbers The and mess rooms of the were screened and they uniformly escaped the dis ease Other facts no less con f- incing as to both water and flies eing carriers of this disease might be multiplied indefinitely space permitted In a smaller hy they must be common inthe experience of most physicians in a- Based upon the teachings of he foregoing facts the follow ag rules have been prepared with perI 1 the public health 1 When it is known or sus pected that a person has typhoid ever he should be placed in a arge well ventillated room with and windows well screened nd such preparation should be made from the first day for the thorough and systematic disin fection of all discharges fromthe bowels and kidneys as will proI tect other members of the familyL the attendants and the nity 2 A solution of the chlorides of lime eight ounces to the gal Ion of water should be proVIde m quantity and a quart of this should be put in the bed pan or vessel each time before it receives the discharges and should be vell stirred and allowed to stand in the vessel at least an hour before itis buried An equivalent solution of creolin or thick white wash made from the quicklime may be used in the same way when the chloride of lime cannot be obtained but with these at least two hours will be required to complete the disinfection 3 Soiled bed or body linen should remain in the chloride of lime solution for an hour and may then be safely put in the orlThe attendants should wash tlu ohnds frequently and lips a rmse the mouth always befo J ti l C CiIi i jl partakefthe sick room All of these pre cautions should be continued un lthe recovery is complete and ntil all diarrhea has ceased 4 Typhoid fever is not conta ious in the sense commonly un- arstood and if the precautions hiintmay be treated in any family or community with perfect safety others have the disease it will isoment or contracted it elsewhere W he same precautions should be observed in and all other diarrheal diseases includ ing summer complaint in chil Ttren 5 All well water and unfilter l waters from rivers draining tlfeverkely to occur at any time andw ilk stored in cans or vessels arJoeingthbsencewater supply carefully col cted and properly stored cistern for ater is safest G The windows and doors of dwelling houses and especi n- ly of the kitchen and dining om should always be th icened and the flies actually is ept out Unless this is done a relessly managed case of ty ioki fever or other diarrhea- lstasecven a mile ormore away may be a source of danger on ac unt of flies As mosquitos are jf known to be carriers of ma na the same pr caution will D hjThepractice of these precautions re quires intelligent care and some expense but would result in the practical disappearance of one of lie r most common and fatal do estic pestilences which is not ftfn the people of Kentucky in which yellow etl1 d cholera plague andoth dihCivpius of Eh s ehiuar octh lscarIittL h Ij t thaBoard at Bling2t n TJy order of the Board 1 MATHEWS M D Pros t N McCoratACK MD Secy liCOtnTbig Monday and the merchants had a very good day Trading rc tllyisvicesd wCreUa old mule to John L Vice for 122 Jo Horseman sold a mule colt for October delivery toTS Rob yLileEllington for 120 Almanza Stone sold to C S Crouch a horse for 65 is T H Brown sold a pair ofu mules to John May of Penick Marion county for 290 two yearling mules to Saunders Bros b om 160 i W T Grain bought a horse of Cleveland Carpenter for 150nG W Boyd sold a mule to John English for 17750 A Mr Young of Lebanon bought a pair of mules for 240 pair for 320 and one mule for il 140 He remained over to pur h chase mules in the county this weekBige Wells sold a pair of mules a o J H Armstrong fpr 250 Thos McClintock bought mule of Dr A W Walden for 115 and one of John Ginter for 7750 Peed Lathram bought two oxen of Almanza Stone for 50 seven cattle of N A Shrout for 18G20 H H Ewing bought a bay mare of 011 Snedegar for 130 Almanza Stone bought 6 steers of Green Baldridge for 165 two of W B Turner for 46 Nine heiefers were sold at 13I 60 per head J B Lindsay of Odessa sold to ME Turley of Illinois a 2 yearold horse by Lindsays King for 300SErG Kimbrell reports the fol lowing J M Flannery sold four steers to Josh Ewing for 110 W Brown six yearling steers to H T Hopkins at 1635 J Brown sold a yoke of cattle to Marsh Stone for 62 one yoke 4year old cattle to Jas Richart for 85 Wm Turner one yoke 3yearold cattle to Marsh Stone 60 J M Flannery sold ten head 2year old cattle to S 0 Doggett a 327 per cwt Andy Porter sold seven heifers at 270 per cwt ICECREAM SUPPER The la dies of the Springfield Church will serve icecream and lunch for the benefit of the church at Fairview schoolhouse from 4 to AUItldJ J L I i t S a COUNTY ATTORNEYS MET The State convention of county attorneys met at Olympian Springs last Friday A big crowd was innttcndance hut we failed proceedingsAT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Revs Walton and McCutchan are- olding nightly services at the- resbyterian Church giving ster coptican views and lectures The latest report from Jo Shee- han and Henry Bell at Carlisle that they arc getting along ell and both will rejcover There will be an icecream sup per at Wm Wrights grove Satur day night Aug 25 DISHONESTY DOES NOT PAY Despite the oftrepeated sophistry that honesty is no longer the best policy the fact still remains at dishonesty is not the bes- tolicynot yet The man who ants to win his way to the top must keep his record as free from taint of dishonesty or treach in his business dealings as heWver did before this day of muckraker who shows many of e heads of our corporations to liWhilecaptains of industry to conduct their business along lines that would land them in the peal institutions were they of less importance and power is note thing for the young man who not a captain of industryand few men areto go and do like wise The young man of average in telligence in the country who now co would not laugh at any mention Rockefellers honesty is an ex 11 ception We now know that John had a standard of honesty all- s er own as regarded his business and the hardest and y best work he ever did was in working the American publicthe W best saving the manner in which crushed outdangerous compe ea titioQ it is enough to shake ones ith and prompt a at the oughtof I in businessb But dont let it go any further an this dont try to put a the ma BshonestypayOnce the brand of dishonesty an bfs boon stampedupon c man or voi if there L suspicion thats fiillo1irghatible for hi 11 to overcome it An ambitious man cannot afford v to bev dishonest Itdoesnt matter how brilliant how capa ble how apparently well stab he is he cannot afford to Ic- tray from the straight and nar all PAftergrand jury findings of the mast six months indicate that it not well to do it even then m- eginald Cook of Chicago Trib n ic tRESIGNSThewas received recently icresignationour paper it being a pamphlet f such small konseque ce as notto benefit my family by takin What you knede in your shetee brahe and some one to p the newes and rite edytoralsn in live topics No been made in your shete of me a- uchrin a polen chinee pig weigh n 163 pounds nor the gaps in chickens out this way Youigs the fact that I new bob sled and that i tradedt ny blind mule and say I tbrakintaveyour shete and a 3 colum abitchut ry writ by me on the granpaw Hen ry was left out of your shete to say nothing about the alfabettycal poem beginninb A is for And and also r writ by my darter This is thetreason your paper IS so unpopu storalsgoin to put up no news in your shete we dont want said shete P SIf you print obichuary in your next I may sine agin for your paper JOURNALISTIC AMEN ITIES The feeble journalistic tyro th soft impressionable gudgeon who some slight in terest or equity in the news last week rushed to the defense of the versatile hotair dispenser who formerly manipulated th Archimedean lever ofthat delect able sheet in a that for un salted and unsophisticated offi ciousness was quite out of the dinary It is possible that orS budding journalistic exotic that was sweetly transplanted from the windswept plains of Kansas to Missouri will flourish here un ofthe continues to poke his nose wit such restless activity and fresh iiheperhaps be well to warn him that conditions are such here that his Vroboscisin all itS amp1i tude soon covered by an elegant crop of welldevelo ed warts Eldorado Springs Mo Sore it f f 2 ri i T- 8J14ftg4 t t ttt 1I ini prepared to make a low price on qtggXc 1j Harness Buggy Whips and Lap Robes o 7 4and4 I aiii yoiiirs for the best Saddles find Harjiei tiV ft EUGENE MINIHAN t i I 1 sizgsvi1i J Kr t if a q FUBNITU R i r fi AND UNDEETAKIiifG fy I t le Edward L Barnes of Owingsvillej and Wm R Peters Jr j lately of Bethel have associated ourselves to engage in the furni tture and undertaking business in Owirigsvillc and respectfully sp cit a share of the peoples trade Prices pf all competitors inetr Jee us before buying elsewhere Embalming done on the tfue f jf principles of the art All calls met promptly day or niglJK Y Kr 44i BARNES 4 PETERS PROVERBS FROM THE CIUNESE The error of one moment be tHe111Riches cYouhTheeTherefOneword to a wise man sometimesc1be NATURAL HISTORyfCfdam what are twins1 asked little 1Obrothy with all the superiority of elder sister Twins is two abies just the sahic age three is tfipiotafour isquaarupedsatae ve is eeutipedes- t SiTpBhvRH it FOOT KOT i a iAtiil to know ofa sUre I ihowI have had a good deal of troub with foot rot arid tried kinds of medicineSmid pre d- aratipna have settled down to ne thing and have entered it in y directory as a fl3d thing rind thatis copper sulphate com oidy called blue It is not the value of the med ine sd much as the way I use ita hat brings success I use it boths externally and internally x For external use the best way to mix the pulverized vitriol th either tar or lard and apply ith a knife blade I used topare he foot carefully removing the- oosened hoof first I apply it to very root of every sheep in the- owhether affected or not 1 ever use antimony as it causes the sheep untold agony It is an old saying that there isjnothing new the sun ut things arc put in different some tlmds Y0u know hOy are using coppprsulpliate o purify the our learned twelve years ago tliat t ionelse than cleanse the out ide so I used copper sulphate on he inside feeding it with branj and oats and in less than weeks after using jt my sheep entireljf well and it ticver roke out again I have bought footrot sheep since and treated in the same way and the disease vanished as snow on a ring morning TAKES No CHANCES During a recent disclission on juvenile crime Charles Richmond Hender son professor of sociology told a story of a youngster who was asked if he knew the melt 3inIf of regeneration Ycsn responded the lad It means to be born again And would you like to be born again he was tilkCd No siree exclaimed thee boy Im too much afraid of be ing born a girl- ADMIRAIJLE II ARRANGEMENT 7Where are you going to spend your vacation Crossway We are going out to my broth ers farm in the country You are not afraid to leave your house unoccupied in your absence It wont be unoccupied My comhand theyll use the house while we are awajC- OMMON AILMENT I feel veryill this rnorrilng man ria enough to go to bed No mamma r 4Wel how ill dp you feel About queer enough to star nwas from school t i 0 iit The Pocket ji i f2 firtIIOWlI1gsvllJe Ky t t = y DONT ASK ITFew business D men have more to contend 54heaking a living for himself arid i 1 is by selling space in the Y of his paper Hisnewfe fper columns arc the same td ias the shelves of dry goodfj c to the merchant But no on i ver thinks of asking the mer f J to give him the dry goods j rom his shelves but there are q Jr1tthefree in his1 paper 1ib VVflt WE DUNAsiibsciilei Jnnpn reTceived n dun through the postfhce and it made him mad aIie went to the cditoi about itnd the editor showed him it few duns pf his ovri one for paper one lor type one off uel and soy ral for others Now said Nig ditor I didnt get jntfdwhcR hese caine ccause I knewtht l1Ihadtolwastoaskcvcfrar 1s1IlnthImTi could scttf all f theni The subscriber saw how itwasre entedand pail up anti renewed or another year His SENTIMENTS A notejI octor came into a bank one dafc and presented check cr said that the check wasaiL ght butall him toend rse it Endorse it he said Cer thinly And turning to ihe deskIie wrote on the back of thecheck 3- s follows respectfully sub to the sentiments herein expressed JOB PRINTING Kememberiha printurbillheads envelopes cards re ceipts inytations and alEorti f business thebes stock in tasteful style at the riist reasonable prices Compare pur with that turned om by any ob fllceand you will finil itjto your advantage tq have us dp 2 your work We also print posters dodgers 2 pamphlets and evervthing i t by acountryjohofficeZ We have on hand and for sale atty quan ty blank gages oil leases and other blanks dP 4TiOL Prescription Druggist tt I Groceries NNotiohs r Cbf tIoneries Fresii Vegetables l Qobds Delivered pVftmptiy kte1epzoneOwiNGSVir7 KL tI4 Vve are nbV ready I nish ice in any quan tity at Iov prices Delivery at any time uring weekand until 8 O lolsa m Sun I clays Icc ziij iEiuitfr for sick petiple Ut Anytime Telephone i 4 ReidMetc lfe- cIiisviite VsF s s 4 S twingsville Outlook VOUT JOK PUB CO Publisher OWINOSVILLE KENTUCKY Automobiling In the Alps IAutomobiliets In Europe are Jubi lant Heretofore they have been barred from the glorious Alplno passes between Switzerland and Italy but now the canton of Valals bas granted permission to take automobUes over the Slmplon toad thus suggesting a I new use for the passes that have be como unfor comparatively unfrequented tunneled on certain days in the week that the tor tOad is to bo open for motor cars and trthoyoclock in the attoiEsnn and must stop whenever there is danger of stampeding cattle but the wedge ha5l ti entered and there Is reason to befirlIevo that the other cantons will soon I t follow tho example of Valals Tho opening of the Brunlg pass which connects Lucerne with Intorlaken th will probably not be long delayed tea While there is thus a growing tolerance a ofautomobiles there seems to be considerable opposition to the multiplication of mountain railways especially In tho Engadlne where both 1 Zk the Pis Langnard and tho Piz Suitor c projects have been voted down Tho a Engadiners havo also made up their minds to rescue their scenery from at e fL the ravages of advertisers tho hotel S keepers havo resolved to boycott allbfirms that mar it with their The chief problem now confronUng jthese hotel keepers is how to per s 5suado tourists that June and Septom to ber are tho most enjoyable months in the Alps Inasmuch as they dally I have to turn away applicants fort rooms in July and August their mo tires in giving such advice are apt to in 1 be Questioned They might cite Rus I kin says the New York Post whom r i tiusedto chide his countrymen for vis ftJ lUng Switzerland in midsummer in steadvof in May and JSXK ltd t1ISwa 4 1 argument is apt to be spoiled by the weather The season was so late this year that the Furka pass could not Ia3 before June 9 orbe opened to traffic the Grimsel pass till June 18 and thefl l first diligence over tho Grimsol passed of high between walls of snow eight yards f Some Brief Biographical Notes p A man out in Rochester la says r Sarah Bernhardt was born in this country lived here until a young r woman and that she has relatives in i a number of American cities This is quite true and Its surprising that a It should create any comment reY marks the Pittsburg Press Sarah was born in Now York state and un l 4S til five or six years old was a playmate pSII China whose folks ran a laundry in the same block The Togos and Ro Jestvenskys lived Just around the cor- a Ii nor and all the members of the four t 2 families were close friends Sarah did not appear first In Uncle TomS Cab i Iabut in a German comedy written j ey a descendant of William Shakes s pare who lived in Kansas Persona 1fW1lngto1ow more at thedetalla L1 ot Sarahs early life please write- i q 1C Needed Right Now r fenp1ar article of hoiaeir id- It tire gAirtUs n 10 rl p sfftK JbO 1strt frtragi i fetove This store is dei mpU to keep people cool innUnd of hot explains the 1ewTck iss Just as we heat our houses in th states in winter II with coal stoves BO the wanderer who hasset up housekeeping in the Philip 7 fBMcoolahis house with a cold- S etove The cold stoves are made to look something like an ordinary stove 4r and being fed with ammonia and- chemicals give out radiations of cold I waves instead of heat One can tine I Js aglrie a family gathering afound ref geraUng stove for coolness on a t a a t t hot night in the Philippines just as on a cold night in the states they had been accustomed to gather around the t parlor stove for warmth wh j L f ISome muckraker shonJtg gtYa hiss f tefitlonto the pure food problem in t j ladle saya the New York Tribune Iat b Borth a India the favorite article of t tiY diet i a gray shale This is excavat tt e4 Kimtiy at Meth in Blkanlr and is exported to tte Punjab at the ral t- pt2W eaaiel toads a year In dlf h i Sereat fitetrictB different varieties ot Ir M claT are eatw kat if the natives bai idSls of 4M tie habit Increases the pI H eUte BOOB becomes satisor t fie j wlU bricks and broken pots l andtaa I tuJ works of Warrington firm J f JetJopakera the girl employe are l to B Bg lUtIIOBgsw- hlletjt h t atifprlL The object toreneve 18 t I oaotoiy UiedepartmFn that + BBffiber Biore kai I aot Botsy BaacWaery taey are eaeour I A to sing iartHg thelailt hour of tf Jwork lathe meraimg and la the after f BoOB I e1 They have had an earthquake 7 ye4r4O shakes up the Welsh rabbits 4 I t Americaa skill and IngenuUYhave l1t t I been eoasplcupbsly shown in getting to tmefront la the maaufacture 6f au tAt tJyetainrniiited to 26000000 and ov h I a tenth of the Bmchlaea found foreign r F purchasersS A 7V 5 I British tlgatolll declare 1trt J juaericaa leather is adulterated with t glucose and epeom salts to the dot 1 Bieat of the public health Unto LOtSIs their soup ijTIte Mllwaukee lawyer who caught 1S a rg and then gave him his lib 4f7 J1 8ttTfor ottoten as anxious public is aa searched JSim before be let to f Ft l t y1tAl go tIt A 1 r It costs from 16 916OO each to dry J JSjCM according to aa JUa eyangelttt Well probably we1 worth tie o1teT i o f C yl If BBbter boats ire really taking y rtJleII1a of geadolas in Vealcet1tea Al Vefiee ltUB is el one of itsmi as I assets m t 01 t i tiif1 o 11 t l f 1t 1S r t 15 j j t1 i t W r do L Ji 7rtoc j 0 i 4 Q r nri rr J sAtIty J IbJ J iP f AA Ing knife him Lavender air words CreightonsInd oversterl ChiByaside Coprrlibt br OLIVIa B Strohn go CHAPTER IX CONTINUED The man with the rifle paused thenth der brows that mot in a sinister first isrhaproveHow dye know the gun warnt aimed C ue- ouSharp and clear rang the answer By the bullet In tho post Seel and the octoroon pointed to whore cheat wl Otter burial the bit of lead lay plimWin jw stepped alongside It was just as high as his sart All eyes of wore turned to the man who mete dows stare unfilnchlM omebody mut th- red She spoilt a a ffood shot for at this voicing of Iu i neral sus piclon an angry mur vr a But the bully wan ilisrmyed Accidents will happen t sotJ anti coolly swaggered below the Tall peOntons were met by Mr Creighton and once proceeded to their place near Not Charles Most of those who had come in theIm oat remained for a time in St Louis but all seemed waiting expecting they knew not what For Winslow too there was nothing do but wait although most eager tosll accept the Crelghtons urged hospital Itt The governor was absent In the south It was therefore impossible for Winslow to deliver the packet which I Aaron Burr had intrusted to him ButaD his anxiety to know the where abouts and errand of Wilkinson he ade haste to call upon the deputy To his surprise he was refused admission Twice later he was denied ith Insufficient reason Had an wind preceded him with tidings whichBO ade his presence difficult Ooe night he strode ImpatienUy upof nd down the vinecovered porch Intu of the tavern Dreading failure the plans of Aaron Burr he was ous made still more lonely by the loss otof companionship which had grown so dear and turned into sweet the bitter but of exile lire Suddenly there was a clamor of hoofs outside and two men dismount cd yiAhorses and the riders entered the yard With eyes upon Winslow they walked with steady businesslike mien PIthrewthe dingy uniform of a sergeant Lay thug a heavy hand upon WInslows shoulder he exclaimed You are toy yCharles allll persons found stirring after nlghtsl fall This must be a free translation of the curfew for I plead guilty onlysl tclDut dlIus 1 ly YOU ARE MY PRISONERa irlaughmouth young man If that gibbering deputy knows his business ho added under breathoThen irBtreason come ont tThe old story WInslows exhausted be flung off the s ldlersE grasp You are an Ignorant ass come to me at this hour with no wa rantno show of authority Who sent you VsleBut man gave an swers and Wlnslowat last impatiently There is little tion in talking to a deaf hirello reTake me to the deputy aewelntet and thats all there is about ifHe did not explain how much gratified his morose temper to abc power over one whose smallclothes of camlet gentlemanly hose and air quality formed too light a Ego against the dark background of his own greasy uniform and uncouth ap pearance However ho grudgingly Induig edthe townreforeigner would vouch for him and possibly assist him in obtaining his releaseBut Gonzaga was nowhere to found it was said he had left the tav eoern for some nearby settlement Gone To the settlement Prob ably to St Charlesto Lavender was WInslows first jealous ferr For a ilttle while he detained the chafing soldier and penned a few lines This done he summoned Qwatoga The Indians houndlike glance In stantly took in all the occupants f erthe room As Winslow handed him the note it was intercepted by the sergeant with a swaggering air of command Instinctively Winslows hand sought his belt as if reaching for a sword but he withdrew it at once with a shrug of disdain slgaspose literally With the spring of a panther he was upon tile soldier pmh Appropriate In a small South AmerJcan state which had ecently undergone ja change of administration thi new potentate summoned an artist and or dered new designs for all the official uniforms I wish showy costumelpIe very showy he said for are Impressed by them t have here some sketches that I myself have made Look them over and be guided by TheII Ci i t ir 0r S H I him to his knees Brandishing a this he held it threateningly over St then turned to Charles with an of inquiry which said as plain as or What shall I do with him was all done as a lightning flash sh at WInslows sharp command the Bi ian relaxed his hold permitting the their rified soldier to rise away Forgive the zeal of my friend here I arles said lightly only be careful on treat me well when he Is about lion Turning to his champion bo said tion Take this note to her Then to the soldier I will not This with you tamely to some God I forsaken hole there to rot through stupidity of the law Escort me to your officerlnchicf whoever he Ian I want to inquire Into this high nded proceeding vilowedIndian the sergeant consented with on t demur and they went direct to deputys house Here they waited In a gloomy room where prevailed neither pioneer aim an hicityllzatlon but an Incongruous blending both Here were small barred win that seemed rather to imprison deed opening for the sunlight A few this formal chairs mocked tho visitor from ling circle about a fireless hearth Announced by a cough and a loud clearing of his throat there entered man temporarily in authority military and aggressive in ap arance yet with good humor beam g in his kindly eyes and around the corners of his childishly curved mouth American born evidently but a soldier of fortune whose skin was not ore changed by many sums than hisIheart by service under many flags He acknowledged the sergeants salute by a flourish of condescension and addressed Winslow Don solr mon the matterwhat may it be Winslow answered hotly That is what I came here to find out sir With a shrug the other said But cannot give you light monsieur I here only pour passer U temps while the real deputy removes himself elsewhere M It Gen Wilkinson 1s absent It was on the point of Winslows maDaiementIns innocent or guilty to unfamil r hands but he refrained and the said his accent a curious mix re of French and Spanish I am told however that you are a danger as man who comes here on service try how you call hlmM Burr The tone and manner was apologetic the words opened old sores With in his eyes his voice shaking with to suppressed emotion Winslow told his story frankly concluding Now ou know sir why I am beginning to el like an Ishmaollte I meant be fore to have disclosed my business but was denied opportunity It is evi dent some babbler has preceded me rating to ears already prejudiced by lo- olitical bias against a man whom e nation should delight to honor From beneath elevated brows his hearer smiled There Is verity in our remarks monsieur but until this- xpedition matter Is settled our orders to detain you We will make it as leasant as possible for you mon eur be hastened to add It is only that your presence with us seems de for the present I am not able Plrsontoute it should bo so May I have our parole dhonneur to remain with In SLLouls until we have word from the powers that be Winslow hesitated for an instant only then his brow cleared Yi have my word of 10 oriyour vxw da b s i wltL ga irj 5t an Wit tank you vea i JB much courtesy From the Jail tnreatened by this man here and he made a slight lag gesture toward the sergeant is escape enough for the present But by the way monsieur will you kind tell me where Gen Wilkinson Is i The deputy coughed again this time t deprecatlngly la the south making light upon the plans of your friend Burr Winslow knitted his brows Doing what monsieur As well as his imperfect English nd vague knowledge permitted the deputy explained the reason for Wil kinsons absence but one fact alone was clearthe general was on an w and that boded no good to the plans f Aaron Burr Indeed from what lUe he could glean from the non cecommittal Frenchman Winslow re Burr was mistaken In reckoning upon the friendship and belrsure on e of the deputy or he might him elf mistake the latters meaning reodfurthergsigns All this went through his mind as he listened to the forelgns muddled explanation The packet of Jetters we IWInbls pocket and they shall eta was Winslows mental com meat as he grimly buttoned his coat reuntil I am better acquainted with the of the man to whom they are addressedHe bowing himself out when deputy detained him Some wine and from a shelf he brought decanter and goblets At this unique turn of threatened Imprisonment WInslows spirits rose This Is from the Tyrol land besleur cried the host where we me have every season for the simple tal Ieofing of a Journey up or down the tain side Is summer or wlnterlesired volla you have it grapes eh bien the winepress more glorious crimson than the field of battle Let us drink to your apee release from parole monsieur Thanks and they touched glasse- On the tip of Winslows tonge hovered another toast but to that sipped a silent draught Then Let us drink to the stars and stripes your excellency Out oul acceded the other and drained his goblet responding honor of the American flag as eagerr as though it were the only emblem under which he had ever drawn sword Returning to the tavern Winslow penned a second note to Lavender ly This he said turning the pages is evidently for the navy and this for the army but If you please what Is thisa Jons plume on a threecor nered hat yellow dress coat trimmed with purple and That replied the chief of state gravely is for the secret police His Objection Some day said the village phllos opher you may wake up and find yourself famous I J 1 i oro r he told her of his detention at LouisJI shall be here Indefinitely I fear until this absurd embargo is lifted Under this I could not leave now even chief1tsenses and then I shall steal to you- n a postscript he added Someone board our boat gave the Informa which led to my arrest and deten here I cannot learn who the busybody wasnor does it matter whole affair is so perplexing that c do not worry about To Owatoga he trillesI 0 You need not deliver 8 wrote Owatoga Instead find herd 0 give her this X The Indian started at once for tho 9 lage of St Charles 20 miles away X that river which augmented the 9 Mississippi with Its yellow mud 5 Ho had covered half the distance 9 when he came upon a party of mend 6 women most of whom had been 9 s fellowpassengers on tho boat 6 They were westward bound many ofcthem to the settlement of St Charles They had heard of this place as the stination of the Crelghtons and even much knowledge gave them n feelcof familiarity To know even the JiVYOU WILL GIVE IT TO THE WHITE MAIDENQUICK HE DEMANDED name of a future home was much In this unchristened wilderness There was tho planter from New Or leans the ruined player of many games he must retrieve them In this new land and St Charles would do well as another spot on which to the dice of fortune The octoroon faithful followed him Senor Gonzaga too rode with him Recognizing Owatoga he attempted open a conversation with him but the Indian was unwilling Instinct told him where this man was going and why So he only responded by a curt I follow the sun to the Span lard Whither bound my friend The travelers were encamped about small spring and Owatoga paused ng enough to water his horse and rode quickly on But Gonzaga overtook him and spoke low You are bent on an errand for your master The reply to this was a surly grunt You are the bearer of a note to Miss Creighton the questioner per sisted The Indian touched his pocket significantly From the Spaniards eyes flashed r1 smile of triumph and emboldened his success thus far perhtp i might deliver It to the lady anU a you the trouble he ventured At this the Indian frowned and hii ruddy face darkened But only for Instant then his hand sought jthu rocket agfein and with rew the note ii It to Gonzaa You wlll j roaidedciu1cktIThe effusive reply seemed to him for putting spur to his oJF Owatoga set ort alone But at the end of a vista of buddh trees he paused and looked slyly ovei his shoulder Then from his saddle ItshatWinslow had intrusted him he push It back with a grin of cunning and rode on The Spaniard too smiled as joined the more leisurely group HeI read the note Owatoga had given liLt then tore it into tiny pieces Blowing these Into the air Go pretty words I he whispered bear my greeting to the robins Tell them you will make a warm lining for their nests in sum mer Yes by all tile gods a warm lining CHAPTER XI The smoke from a frontier cabin curled lazily out of the chimney ax mingled straight with the cloud There was no breeze at this twilight hourthe pulse of the world was sti waiting the set of sun Slowly tie sank entangled In a network of trees Ttrees newly robed In the sparse yel lowgreen of April Some fowls picking among ti gravel outside scurried away as a woman came to the door and shadings her eyes with her hand looked across ythe small clearing and the road skirt it to the forest beyond Daughter supper is ready Her voice had a weary note but she smiled it sight of Lavender perched On the top step of the stile The girl was watching the sunsetsubdued by the mystical beauty of the hour She was oppressed by an intense eagerness to grasp and hold the glory saddened by the effort to feel enough To her ex uberant soul life seemed worthy of much more than grudging nature gave ofLYthe dying sun stretched to the zenith worldeone a great sPlnedead but with here and there a cone clinging to the branches occaytiredsbutterIethe web which a guardian spider had spun over the rose that tempted this gay Mrs Creignton called and waving her bonnet at the butter fly the girl jumped to the ground and walked reluctantly to the house with backward glances at the gorgeous ob sequtbi of the sun nToBe Continued J That sounds pretty good yawned the tans on the herring barrel I there is one thing I ctout like abc ut it Whats that Waking upChlcago Dally News An Equilibrist How can he balance his books quickly By Juggling the figures Cleve land IJlaln Dealer t L MOUNT SINAIS neLAWdeElOtiTilIss abAOF TOt HEBREW PEOPtE By tii Highway and Byway Preacher thCopyExodus by pehapters000000000000000000000th Psalm 19711wThe Perfect liLawTestimony It Is Gods expreseslon of truth As Commandments It Is Gods apeitclal and general prescription duty with fear of God as Itsw infinalp which there Is no appealv2 The quality of o inlackingo failing as Right being un 6 2 erring as Pure possessing theu9 fragrance of Heaven as CleantX possessing the holiness I 5 0 Divine Author as True thebX foundation stone of His charW9 acter and Righteous the glo 5 X rlous temple of His manifests9 nature 9 X The effect of that Law Is declared X 9 to be Convertingt 5 that Is transforming e g ness 2 Making Wise thef9 Simple that Is Instructing 2 Rejoicing the Heart that Is 5 9 satisfying all the souls yearn 2 Ings 4 Enlightening the Eyesp0 that Is giving clearer 2 vision 5 Enduring Foreverf9 that Is abiding with an X 9 tThe6 more to be desired than much 9 fine gold that Is It Is more 6 precious than earthly treasuref9 It Is sweeter than 6 the honeycomba9 That Law 6 Is the soul warned of pitfalls 2 and dangerst6 That Law t 2 for In the keeping of It theres6 is great rewardoMatt 517 6 The Perfect Manln Christ 2 was the Law fulfilled Gods 0 Law exemplified and expressedc 2 In Gods Son Christ establishtQ Ing and confirming the Law 2 unfolding It embodying It into living form so as to enshrine ittX In the reverence affection andl9 character of men 2 Gal 324 9 The Laws Ultimate Endlt 6 was and Is our Schoolmaster to 9 bring us unto Christ It reveals A Gods righteousness and 2 2 Mans unrighteousness Ardl6 because of this twofold revela 2 tlon the soul finds Its orfly 6 refuge In the Christ who as the X manifest righteousness of God o became sin for us who X knew no sin that we might be- comeo the righteousness of God 2 In him oooooooooooooooooooooooooo STORYI bed ledI steadily into the mountain fastnesses the Cloud leading on through wining valfey and under high cliff anu cer rugged pass until even Mosel tha leader began to wonder whither i journey wa trending and wil was shutting them in from the n of the world Once or twice he tote recognized places along tfc te s ones which he had passed 1th Aaron more than a year befor aelr return from Mldlon but Ieso hought of gaining the Promised La 4 1U so uppermost in his mind that he Ibld persuaded himself that it could thehiked very like one under the shadow nightIprobable that he finally te thought from his InI- ndnSo ittuttJourney had continued until at laiC one day they suddenly came into a valley which instantly Moses recognized as the one leading to the Mount of God where he had stood before the burning bush and God had spoken to him out of the midst there otOn either side there rose the lofty rooks forming a natural Isle Jlke the approaches to the temples of Egypt which were lined with the colossal ldfigures ot men and gods And at the Isend of this broad avenue rising im mediately out of tho level plain over 11which they were marching towered the massive cliffs of Sinai like the huge altar of some natural temple The place was one to inspire reverence and thoughts of worship and Moses and Aaron were not alone in these feelings for as the multitude halted at the sound of the trumpets and began to pitch their tents they talked together in low tones about God having brought them to his temple And when Moses departed up the mountain it was whispered through the camp that he had gone up to talk wi God The events at Rephldlm Ix done much to arouse their cc sciousness of God and during tho first days at the foot of Mount Sinai there was a subdued reverent spirit pervading the camp and when Moses again came into their midst he found a people watchful for his return and ready to listen to the message he might bring them And Moses called the elders of Israel and when they had assembled theleo pIe Ina great concourse on the sic ing sides of the hill he repeated the words of the Lord In the ears of the elders and they in turn spoke them to the people This is the message of God to rael he cried when a great hush had rfallen upon the assembly for he has commanded me in the mountain to say to the house of Jacob and to tell the children of Israel Ye have se what I did Unto the EgypUans and how I bare you on eagles wings and brought you unto myself As the words were repeated and all the people heard they bowed low and the memories which the Words recalled stirred them as they bad not Two curious derivations are given of IUtthe common word liuberdasher which certainly has no apparent connection with trade in mens wearing apparel more distinctly the smaller articles The more probable origin of the word goes back to times when a neckcloth was called a berdash probably as a derivative from beard and tache 80a covering band or pocket A person sold neckcloths was naturally called a haberdasher hence the word ia annllui tn ana dftallne la Similar f en stirred before and rouMd tbs that religious fervor which Itunf eagerly on the rest of the message U Moses might deliver It Now therefore Moses contin d if ye will obey my voice in ed and keep my covenant then ye all be a peculiar treasure unto me ove all people for all the earth is mineA great stillness rested upon the people as Moses ended the words ot e Lord and then as though racved one spirit that vast concours of ople lifted their voices and shouted the very mountains on every side irly rang and shook with the volume ereof All that tho Lord hath spoken we ill do- And with this promise upon their Ips if Indeed it had not sunk to the epths of their hearts it Is so mlian asier to utter the pledge with the mouth than It Is to sear and burn Into the tablets of memory of th- eeartthe people were dismissed and ith the benediction of the place list g upon them they returned to their nts while Moses went back to keep igil with God The next three days tho people were a quiver of excitement for Moses returned saying that upon the ird day the Lord would come down pon the mountain In the sight of all he people We have seen God In the Cloud day and the Pillar of fire by night hat will this new manifestation beZ And zealously they prepared them for this solemn occasion God hath called us to be priests hey said one to another repeating ho words of Moses and with a beautiful spirit of submission they all the instructions which Moses had gven them The third day broke as others had one and the people were early astir to go forth as was their daily and gather the manna when rom the mountain side about which lad settled a thick cloud there burst thundeftngs and lightnings In ter or the people threw themselves on their faces to the ground and while hus prostrated there came a voice rom the mountain side as the sound f a trumpet exceeding loud so that ll the people in the camp heard and trembledThus Moses found them as he came through the camp and summoned them o follow him Never before had the ense of the majesty and the power f God so filled them and without daring to ask why or whither they went they obeyed Moses voice and rose and went after him And they to the foct of the mountain at he point where they had stood three before when they had promised hat all that the Lord had spoken hey would do for now they were to earn something of the great God whom they bad so solemnly promised to it not ever so In the fervor of the souls better Impulses promises are made of loyalty and obedience and then God leads that soul out to a larger and fuller realization of what is Involved In that promise which if the soul had known at first itwould have trembled and drawn back from uttering the pledge Thus It Is that God seeks ever to urge the soul and on upward toward him What a sight that was which burs upon the startled vision of the Israel ites They had seen the religious tea tlvltles in Egypt and had looked upor the gods which the Egyptians WOT shiped but surely here was a llvln God for the mount was altogeth on a smoke And fire and smolo ascended as from a furnance and tb whole mount did duoke while th like a tcum et aJjaln soiindet forth asMt iad hthe previous occasion But now it waxed louder and lou er until Moses lifted up his vole and spake and God did answer hlir that all the people heard And Gc called Moses up to him in tile mount and Moses went up And all the people saw the thunder lags and the lightnings and the noise of the trumpet and the mountair smoking and they feared greatly toThey saw Moses disappear into the midst of the smoking trembling mountain they knew that hew 5 talking with one who had given them great and blessed promises and planned only good for them and yet the thought of their God and his law was to them a thing not to beloved but feared even as the conception of many souls today gives them not a God of love but a God of discipline and Judgment as though hit law and his judgments had been or dered for their destruction instead ot their instruction and their salvation And the people then as do people today when God manifests himself ii some mighty way removed from th foot of the mountain and stood afaj off And as Moses came again lute their Ertiat they cried Speak thou with us and we will hear but let not God speak with ui lest wedle And Moses said unto the people Fear not for the Lord is come tl prove you and that his fear may bi before your faces that ye sin not MISSIONS OF ONE CHURCH b7andseForeJgn Lands The Presbyterians north sustala work In these 14 countries West Af rica China Japan Korea India Slam Laos Syria Philippines Mexico Bra zll Chill Colombia and Guatemala with a total of 137 stations and 1663 outstations or 1800 points on tlta globe where tile Gospel Is preached ISo the heathen In this work are em ployeJ 858 American missionaries In eluding 280 ordained men 60 medical men and 21 laymen and 294 married and 176 single women missionaries ands 27 women medical missionaries and 2357 native workersIncluding 172 or dalned missionaries 504 licentiates and 1681 other workers making a total ot 3215 workers At these stations therein are 433 organized churches having 56 915 communicants and contributing to all purposes last year 198159 To these churches there were added on ex amlnatlon last year 8691 converts which is an increase of 118 per cent while the church at home Increased by conversions only six per cent HABERDASHERS merchandise The other possible origin of haberdasher takes the word back to the Norman French hepertask iidesera in the oddn and ends of a gentle mans wordrobe were called haper taskers or haberdashers Michel Naletoff St Petersburg Rus sia last week received a patent for a submarine boat f rJ jr f jlr J J J t JT1fo f Ar ri k iJ ritf lllf51r w Z f 11 pl F I 4i 9 WORKINGWOMEN iJ r j rfi Their Hard Struggle Made Easier Interesting StatesYirments by a Young Lady in Boston and One in Nashville Tenn x J in1hzDlri OIr3 VNnPe Atc 8 All women work some in their homes some in church and some in the whirl of society And in stores mills and shops tens of thousands are earningtheir physicallawsphysical disturbance and the nature of quicklydriftskinds of female complaints tumors ulceration falling and displacements or perhaps Irregularity or suppression nervousness irritability and lassitude inTigoratlngstrengthen the female organism and enable them to bear easily the fatigues of the day to sleep well at night and to rise refreshed and cheerful How distressing to see a woman performback and head are aching she is so tired she can hardly drag about or standup and every movement causes pain the origin of which is due to some derangement of the female or ganismMlssFOrserofH Warrenton Street Boston tells women how to avoid such suffering i she writes Dear Mrs Pinkham I suffered misery for several years with female irregularities My back I had bearingdown pains and frequent headaches E Where tthffs FaL Honduras has large tracts of pine- lands t which will ere long lead to the building of railroads All creameries use butter color W bJ not do as the douse JUNE TINT BUTTER COLOR King Doing Stunts King Edward has taken to eques trian exercise asa means of keeping his weight down Since the rabbit hole mishap which lamed him his majesty has been unable to take exercise Smokers Shown by Handwriting Mr saunders a former schoolmas ter told the British house of lords committee on juvenile smoking that ho could detect smokers by their that of boys who smoked being a loose flabby kind Handwrit lug he said was cinematograph of the heart Deaf Women Form Cl One of the most curious clubs pa record baa recently been lorded by society women In Berlin The prim cipal condition of is that the applicant must bo deaf The club has over a hundred members who meet regularly once a week in hand somely furnished rooms in the Wll helmetrasse where they converse by means of ear trumpets and sign lan guage and drink tea HERITAGE OF ClUL WAR Thousands of Soldiers Chronic Kidney Trouble in the Service The of Capt John LEly of Co E 17th Ohio now living alf East Second street Newton Kansas will interest the thousands of veterans who came back from the Civil War suffer ing tortures with kid ney Capt Elysays kidney trouble during the Civil War and the occasional attacks finally developed into a chromic case At one time I had to use a and cane to get about My back was lame and weak and besides there was a dlstres tag retention of the kidney sxons I was in a bad way v1ien I began using Doans Kid ney Pills In 1901 but the remedy cured me and I have been well ever since Sold by all dealers 50 cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y Convenient English We become accustomed to aIphrase observed an educator at teachers convention but when wo Introduce a new one along exactly the same lines it startles the hearer A number of ladles were seated in a hotel parlor and one of them corn mentlng on a woman who was stand Ing in the hallway said Mrs Loraine seems unusually hap py this morning Yes answered a companion knowingly the ladles of Newark gave a tea In her honor yesterday But doesnt her husband look gloomy and dejected That Is true admitted the first speaker I presume the gentlemen at Newark gave a beer In ills honor last night NOTRE DAME ALWAYS CHARMS Visitors Never Tire of Beauty of Famous Cathedral Often as I have seen Notre Dame the marvel of it never grows less 1 go to Paris with no thought or time for It busy about many other things and then on my way over one of the bridges across the river perhaps I see It again on Its Island the beauti tub towers high above the high roofs of houses and palaces and the view now so familiar strikes me afresh with all the wonder of my first impres sion The wonder only seems greater If I turn as I am always tempted to and walk down the quays on the left bank the towers before me and with every step coming more and more together by the Pont Neuf to the island and at last to the treat square where Notre Dame fronts me in Its superb calm Elizabeth Robins Fennell in The Century I could not sleep and could around I tonsulted twohyalclanswithOut relief and aza last resort I tried Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and to m surprise every ache left me IIgained ten pounds and am in perfect health Miss Pearl Ackers of 327 North Sum mer Street Nashville Tenn writes Dear Mrs Pinkham I suffered with painful periods severs backache pains pains across the abdomen was very nervous Irrita ble and my trouble grew worse everymonthSfailed to me and decFledfotryLydiaE FlnkhainsVegetable Compound I soon found it was doing me good All my pains and aches and I no longer fear my monthly periods Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Corn pound is the unfailing cure for all these troubles It strengthens the proper muscles and displacement with all its horrors will no more crush you Backache dizziness fainting bear ingdown pains disordered stomach moodiness dislike of friends and society all of the one cause will be quickly dispelled and it will make you strong and well You can tell the story of self ferings to a womaaunnd receive help ful advice free of Address Pinkbam Lynn Mass Mrs Pinkham is the daugmerinlaw of Lydia E Pinkham and for twenty five years she has under her direction and since her decease been advIsingSsick women free of charge Lydia Ptakhams YefctaMe Ctapwd SKCMfe Equestrian wal- kling handwriting membership Racted whuftlBy experience complaint contracted theaching completely bearingdown disappeared symptoms i Amusements of Royalty The amusements of Queen Wllhel mioa of Holland are skating and rid Ing but as a child her hobby was the keeping of poultry i Oont Get Footsore Get FootEas1 A wonderful powder that cures tired hot aching feet and makes new or ticht shoe easy Ask today for Aliens Accept no substitute Trial package FREE Address A S Olmsted Lc Hoy Y Veterans Rapidly Passing Away Veterans ot the civil war are dyini now at the rate of 100 a day accord vv Ing to records of the United State t pension office The monthly report for several months past have showy the death rate among the old soldlen r to be in the neighborhood of 3000 aSmonth Pension office officials wIts have watched the figures closely and know the tendency of the death rate are of the opinion that the numberfolN jcivil war pensioners ha cached the maximum and that nenMter tfuctTg succeeding w lth yl tilxvti a OJ caseS 1r Grocer Was Getting Even 4 That was tit for tat with a yea Eeance saIaValteritChrtstle the au tomoblllst apropos ok a quarrel tie tween two French chauffeurs ltrominds me of a grocer I used to know Sin Point Rock This grocer went over to the Jewelers one day to get a newScrystal put on his watch The latter as he fitted and cleaned the crystal suddenly flushed lie bit his Up and frowned His hand trembled so that he could hardly go on with his task Finally handing the watch to the gro cfcr the Jeweler said In a restrained Srr ns from the chamois animal is verj tiJnltedrenougb could not be obtained in a year to supply the United Sfatei for more than a single day He made special Inquiry on a recent visit tc Switzerland about the annual crop pi the chamois skin and ascertained that rfrom 5000 to 6000 skins would qo a fair average yearly crop This skin Is J heavier than the skin of the sheep or lamb also much coarser For strength and durability the chamois skin Is pre ferabie but for ordinary use and ap pearance the oiltanned sheep skin lining would In most Instances be preferred A WINNING START A Perfectly Digested Breakfast Makes j Nerve Force for the Day 1ii i Everything goes wrong if the break fast lies In your stomach like a mud pie What you eat does harm If you jy cat digest itI turns to pblson I bright lady teacher found this to be true even of an ordinary light breakfast of eggs and oact She says Jis p c Two years ago I e3ntrneted a very annoying form of indigestion My stomach was in such a condition that v a simple breakfast of fruit toast und egg gave me reat distress I was slow to believe that trouble could come from such a simple diet but finally had to give it up and found a great change upon a cup bi hot Postum and GrapeNuts with cream for my mornings meal Foe more than a year I have hold to this course and have not suffered eicept jJwhen Injudiciously varying my diet I have been a teacher for severalTyears and find that my easily digested breakfast means a saving ot nervous force for the entire day My gain ot ten pounds in weight also causes met to w tnt to testily to the vajue of GrapeNuts GrapeNuts holds first rank at our tableSName given by PostumCo Battle e Creek Mich Tneres a reason Read the little fbook The Road to Wellyllle tarij pkgs 3 I t v S5rS Vi V I t t 1 4 1AN OLD PAINTERS IDEAS t The autumn season Is coming and more to be recognized as a moreIq suitable time for houscpalhtlng is no frost deep In the wood to trouble for even the best job of paint I ing and the general seasoning of the summer bas put the wood Into good I condiUci In every way Tho weather t moroovertls more likely to be settledFueBMsary length ot 1wau wall the coats to thoroughly dry a i v rs Important precaution An old t nd successful painter said to the h writer the other day House owners 1 wouldget more for their money It they would allow their painters to take more time especially between coats p Instead of allowing barely time for thetsurface to get dry enough not to be tacky several days weeks would s not be too much should be allowed so that the coat might set throughband througn It is eft 5 course but it one would suffer this slight inconvenience It would add two or three years to the life of the paint jAlthis is assuming of course that paint used Is the very best tolbe had The purest of white lead and the purest of linseed oil unmixed with r any of the cheap mixtures often known as White Lead and oil which has been doctored with fish oil q k ben 10 corn ollv or other of the antslffiown to th9 tradQ are I = a ssd ail the precautions of the skilled tJlSisr are useless to prevent the cracking and peeling which make houses unsightly In a year or so and therefore make painting bills too Ire quent and costly House owner e should have his painter bring the In t gredlents to the premises separately white lead of some well known rella ble1 brand and linseed oil of equal qual t t ity and mix the paint just before ap plying It Painting need not be ex r pensive and unsatisfactory If the old 1 painters suggestions are followed Y Lots of people would be glad to get r rid of their experience for less than they paid for it t s 1 To Launder Hardanger Embroidery The popular hanlanger lana dell eautiful1 it one knows just how to do it Whether worked in cotton or silk 4 do riot rub but dip up and down ana V squeeze in warm Ivory SOaPsuds until Lclean To dry spread between coarse and roll up Iron betweenb I fl t until ntuh diy tRen nress f 3 I ClI side 1U R R PARKER =t Intoxicant In Vegetable Vegetables not only contain stlmu s lanU but are Capable of producing an w intoxicating influence on those who depend on them exclusively for food according to an investigator Ho cites a case in which some young people of his acquaintance suffered from par tial intoxication as the result of a purely vegetable meal The University ot Notre Dame It ap pears some features that can not be I duplicated In nny other school It Is ono 4lotthe old wellestabllshedeolleges with settl d reaching back sixtyfour I yeara with a distinguished stair uf pro lessor and excellent library and labora I tory equipment Its discipline is of the 4 paternal kind strong without being op 5 pressive and as It embraces in its scopeIthe grammar school high school lege work its appeal Is as broad as It Is potent terhnrs the most remarkable f zfeatureof the famous Indiana university 4 is tho fact that It has arrived at tts present marvelous development abso without endowment An announce meat Of thecouri s provided at Notre Dame appear On another page rf In TobaccoI Nlcotfhe I d 1 r AVmclentist writes The essential 0 quality for which tobacco Is smoked o or chewed lies notreally in the leaves r themselves but Is contained In thou sands of bollow knobbed hairs which Yi cover their surface The vital nicotine J r r xd In lh esePelrlIkCbnJIIrbutI Saa i j jnBMsihleicjghav thei1 o e jd would boa scakly oslv 41ndablJach ICy lI nt it if could be i f tJertakea It becomes necessary ft- e preserve the whole foliage for com t aerdal purposes FINEST TROUT IN THE WORLD Itj Feani In Small Stream In the High S I V Sierras Says Expert Thefinest trout in the world says i S13r Barton W Evermann of tho bu- reauy of fisheries Is to be found In a 1 1Slittle stream of the high Sierras it yS2 southern California called Volcano i v ereekVThe trout is named the golden I 2L trout aad In beauty of coloring 1 gamM1esaand del oo f 1 tl t f t It r 1 f i Ws f f4r ti if tof tfb t f f t A 15p 1 11 b I t q ff c vf1 l e ta1 fd uL I06tI r Uithe trout js to tie saved Dr Ever miJIUUUlkas also recommended that the s b1reaUO fisb rlesiuDdertakethe ar I = t 4 cIalpropagaUonor and f cooperate with the state of California t in transplatlng tlooa number of bar J rea streams that can be easil reacSedrNatlonal Geographic Map i4ae- f AN OLD TIMER1 I HM Had Experiences iz A woman who has used Postum Food Coffee since it came upon the 1 Market S years ago knows from ex L perlefice the necessity of using FOB tujii la place of coffee If ono values I t health and a steady brain t X She says At the time Postumwas j i tiatput OB the market I was suffer Iiq lag from nervous Jyspepafi and my- v JI1t claa had repeatedly told me bot a j t citeaor coffee Finally I de 4r ihIe4 to take his advice and try Pestuse anti got a sample and had 4are3ll prepared finding It dell i cjous tithe taste Sol continued r its uso aMjcsH SBooaJts beneficial ef tI 1fecia convinced me of its value for t I ol Well of my Bervousness and dys rr s io1 i pepula i My husband hadbeen drinking cot c lee all ks tHe uaUlltblld affected e tY r i 4 i j hte serves p hint to Bhift to PcMtumasd it was easy re nitb v etJa1tomake the change for tt10 l 1 b ToetHBJ is deUcloU1t certainly t1 worked wonders for him JS I We soon learned that Postum dOe ciir sot exhilarate or depress and does no sliraHlate but steadily and bo estl r tIltreBCUteaa the nerves and the stor t f ach ToBaake a long story short our t ol i ewHre family have now used Postum I i t lot eight years With completely jat I teCyiag results as shown In bur fine ti condition of l1eai hand we haven r il1 jUeed a rather unexpected Improve powersJ f e 1 11y CceeIcMkk l I feer aBediibralBaBdaerve power il 1 r4LW7M fel1f1w tile use of Postum in r c o 4 r b ace ofeoee sometimes in a very lJ4Il P4jLinsrked maBBer ir Jt J ttrLQek In pkgs for The Rortf U t JrJ lt f 2io t J Js J J 1 J rd f ft lI t 1 j r rt tr 141I1 tpf a tr 1 s ti frdtf = J tif 0J r1 j1 1j iorfJI raWNJ iofeN p r1 tlt 11 1llfj 4 Ojj 4 I j q r t 1 J4 r I4 m INTERESTING STATE NEWS ASSESSMENTS TOO HIGH si Aspirants to State Office and They May Quit Frankfort KyThero was a per sistent rumor here that after the meet Ing of the democratic state executive committee next Saturday and the ex seasewo or three candidates for state ofll cys will withdraw and give as a reais on that the assessment on each can II didate Is too burdensome Who these are could not bo learned ut it was also stated that these tamo eandl4ates would urge the committee to call the primary oft and If theyt tailed In this would withdraw Thos eatimattt of the cost df the primary re Increasing and now it is unoffi clan announced that It will be over 45000 The political situation II like ly to take on a different aspect after the meeting of the committee and the tiestion of who is the administration or who controls the itit organization will be definitely settled Just now thore seems to be doubt in some quar ters as to who may be termed the ad bministrationto which of the state officials are en titled to bo known as the admlnlntra tlon tho latter term usually being employed la speaking of those in eon trol ot the democratic state organlit Uon SINQLEHANDED A Schoolgirl Fought a Mad Dog and Shot the Animal Dead Sandlick Ky Singlehanded Miss Sarah Blair fought a mad dog at her home In this country The dog was tandng at the gate when she started to enter and pushed through after her She had not noticed that the animal was mad and started to drive It out of the yard when it attacked her She seized the animal by the back of the eck and held It so that It could not ite until she secured a revolver which was In the house She then dragged the dog Into the yard and pushing It from her shot it The first shot had no effect on the dog which kept try ing to bite her and the had to fire four times before she finally killed It Miss Blair li a schoolgirl and hu been highly complimented for her bravery ON THE TRACKtr Ttyey Slept and a Past Freight Ran Into Them Barboursville KyNear Grays nine miles south of here William Helton we Instantly killed A Sovler fatally injured and an unknown man slightly hurt at an early hour a fast freight running into the party while they were asleep on the track The accident oc curred on a sharp curve a few hundred feet from a tunnel and the train going 40 miles an hour rounded the curve and ran Into the sleeping men before they could be awakened The three men had started from theirI homes to this city All were of prom inent families and the accident has created wide Interest iHendersoaIn the circuit court appointing the Ohio Valley Banking and Trust Co as receiver pf the Hnderson way The receiver K directed tbtakQI propIchises assessments assets and In comes and will employ such labor as to properly operate the lines He Wants a New Note ILouisville Ky David Allan a stock f trader of Hustonvllle Lincoln county was brought to St Josephs Infirmary to undergo a surgical operation attempt will be made to grow a ne Inose to take the place of the original was bitten off by John Buugh who fought with Allan over a cattle tr action In Squall Kerkow of Coving ijDrown out In a small Roads in a terrific His companion ego Reaped by swimming but Kerkow was caught underneath the sail and could notextricate himself Morgan Men to Meet Carlisle Ky The remnant of Ga- sJin H Morgana command will meet fct Park Hill assembly pounds near city nfust 14 and 15 Senator 4Z McCw has been invited to siea ge attendance is ex peua 4 Jean Goes i Louisville KySupertr jn n rdrew Stoneclpher of tho liar son Ind almshouse has released Jean Audley the mysterlous woman concerning whom so much has been written in the few weeks May Probe Her Death Hopklnsvllle KyIn the Inquest over the body of Mrs Winf Berry the coroners jury recommended that the nxt grand jury Investigate her death It la alleged that her husband struck her a few days after she had given birth to a child arber Examiners rLexington Kyi rThe state board of Is holding the an trail examination ot barbers here Tb work is being done by William F Brown ef Covington John H Root of Padueah and John Young Louisville bne Was Not Rescued Maysvllle KyDennls King son ot Patrick King was drowned while in swimming The Ice piers have formed an undercurrent and often boys are carried out Into the river Several have been rescued this w ek by Alex Johnson formerly of Cincinnati The State Convention oLoulsvllle KyThe Kentucky state convention the Christian church will be held here September 24 to 27 The meeting promises to be a very interest tInlone Fully 2000 delegates are ex to be present nWhpe Family Poisoned Scettsvllle KyThe entire family of 011 Carter has been poisoned in a mysterious way as nothing put of the ordinary was eaten at the breakfast 0when the symptoms asserted them selVM All will recover save Mr Car tera father Embalmer Adjourn Louisville Ky After electing F F Wlehl of Lexington president the state board of embalmers adjourned sine die Two factions developed add they were unable to agree over the itSetion of the remaining officers v ivlSttl4 tff 00 I GOEBELS FRIENB Claude Deaha Was Found Dead on the Poroh of His HornstCyntlilana Ky Claude M Desha candidate for the democratic nomina DlstlictIDesha was taken suddenly and for tho frontporch to get air nd being exhausted Wl and expired At the coroners Inquest u verdict was rendered that Deshas death waa caused by apoplexy Mr Deaha had been Identified with politics In Ken for 20 years and stumped thej tate In several democratic campaigns He and the late Gov Goebel were warm personal friends and it was Mr Deshas testimony In trIal against Gov Goebel for killing John Stanford that brought about an acquittal Mr Deshs wife died about five years ago nnd he leaves a daughter about ton years of age Claude Deaha was a son of Gen Lucius Desha and a grandson of Gov Joseph Desha and a brother ot Judgo Lucius Dosha of Newport and brotherinlaw of Hon H C Dully tithis county SWEETHEART Tries To Aid Her Fighting Lover andI Is Fatally Pounded Richmond Ky Jefferson and JasiFreeman brothers engaged in a fight at Bybeotown with clubs Mlsa Roberts a sweetheart of James Freeman rushed In to separate the men and was attacked by Jeff it Is alleged who truck her over the head with a dub and wounded her so badly that she will die Officers from here arroited Freeman who while en route to Jail made a break for liberty The ogjpers opened fire shooting at him six tlm He surrendered after being badly wounded In tho face- ALLEGED LETTER To Old Sweetheart From HI Wife Published by the Irate Spouse Fulton KyC G Parker a young business man of this city who mar ried Miss Rosa Thomas a Fulton girl three months ago created a sensation by causing to bo published IB the looM a love letter from his young wife o her old sweetheart alleged to haYs been written by her a few days ago Uctehand departed for parts unknown after making threats to kill both brwife and the alleged lover BY NEGRO WOMAN Kentucky Girl ClaIms To Have seen Robbed of a Diamond New York Miss Gertrude Claire or Lexington Ky who Is with friends at 1No 126 West Ninetyfourth street complained In tho West Side court that Carrie Lillian Smith a negro woman beIbecause it had belonged to her Croat grandmother The negro woman was held in 1000 bond Louisville Tobacco Louisville Kyi The total sale of to bacco at all warehouse numbered 345 hhds of burley and 61 hhde of dark At the Ninth street warehouse 28 hhdi of burley sold at prices varying from 720 to 11 Twenty hhds of dark were sold at the Pickett warehouse at from 430 to 860 v James Seems Undecided Frankfort Ky Congressman Qllio James who has just returned from Europe passed through hero on hb nolrernor and would make no decision till ho had an opportunity to consult his horns people Kentucky Soldier Killed Austin Tex Private Jess Cantlsa 21 who lived at Morgansvllle Ky First United States Artillery was shot and killed In tho military maneuvers at the camp ot instruction here The accident was due to a loaded cartridge In the hands of some unknown man among the opposing troops Senator HIckman Critically III Owensboro KyA message from Calhoon states that Senator George W HIckman is in a critical condition and his death Is expected at any hour Senator Hickman has been In 01 health ever since the adjournment of tho last legislature To Answer Four Charge Lexington KyJohn England a youcg White man arrested here a tew days ago 07 Patrolman will taken to Bell c itoanlwer four charges of horse stealing and obtain- Ing money under false tfreteases To Pay the Soldiers Frankfort KY1he war department at Washington notified Assistant Adjt Gen Parrent that 17500 had been placed to his credit aa paymaster to defray the expenses of the state en campment which is to be hold at Hen derson Newspaper Man Injured Louisville KyLewis Humphrey a newspaper man and Roman ache man policeman had an altercation over newspaper articles Humphrey was knocked down and severely in jured Found Some Alum Glasgow KyfBullltt county which has been one tit the most backward In the state so far as mineral resources aro concerned is all excitement over the find of what Is claimed to be bed I of pure alum Capitalists are thereto secure options on farms He Is Mean To Me Richmond KyI want to die my husband is mean to me is what Mrs Frank Tuesay of nea said just before taking a large quantity ot carbolic acid She is ndw In a dying condition Stabbed to Death Hawesvllle KyHeres my knife take me to jail said John Doyle to Policeman Mason as ho handed him his pocketknIfe dripping with blood He had stuck the biggest t blade through the lung of Jim Wilt causing death two hours later Babe Died of Poisoning Lancaster ltyAn 18monthsoH baby of J T Palmer a Loutavf- ltraveling man died near here c strychnine poisoning Mrs was vIsiting a family ad the htgot hold of the pois6 and ate li i I t ASCENE CREATED IN THE CHURCH r BY MISS ESAC WHO TRIfeD 7 REACH THE PRESIDENT Woman Says She Was to Be Married On Same Day Miss Roosevelt Became a Bride Oystor Bay N Y Aug 13ln at to tempting to see President Roosevelt Miss Asi L Esac created a stormy scene during the service In Christ Church Before the service she wass forcibly ejected from tho pew just be hind tho ono tho president occupies and during tho service she made 12 attempts to get past the secret service men and reach the president By Secarotary Lochs order she was not arrested Immediately after the service sho applied to Justice Franklin for atwarrant for tho arest of James Dully church usher whom she charges with violently attacking her Miss Esac has been haunting the regions of Sagamoro lUll for tho pasty month determined upon seeing the president or Mrs Roosevelt Fortweeks she kept her mission secret ando carried a mysterious handbag which never left her sight Had Been Wronged During tho past few days however she has confided to somo of tho vII lagers that she had ben greatly wronged by some ono In President lloosc volts cabinet and that sho wanted to seek tho presidents aid in righting this wrong Sho declared that she was to i have been married on tho day that tho iiOiigworth wedding tool place but- tat tho last moment she learned sho had been betrayed by the government official to whom sho was to have been marriedThe handbag which sho carries con tains a batch of letters which she declares will provo her charges to tho presidentThis has been attending church with tho president every Sunday slnco her arrival In Oyster Bay Never before has sho made any at tempt to speak to him The secret service men believe that she picked out today because of the presence of Mr and Mrs Longworth hoping that it would aid her cause LOG UPSET LAUNCH Four Girls and a Boy were Drowned In Red RIverIWinnipeg Man Aug 13Whlll taking a pleasure trip down the Red river In a gasoline launch a party ot eight was suddenly upset by the launch running Into a footing log The three men with the party managed to reach the shore but four girls and a boy ranging In ago from 10 to 18 were drowned The victims were three daughters of C J Brown tho city clerk a daughter of John Thompson undertaker and a little boy named White The bodies wore recovered loon afterward and efforts aiado to re store life but without success Somo surprise Is expressed that nono of tho girls was rescued while the three men reached shore safely Xv SAD ENDING To the Outing of Society FolksFive- of Them Drowned Davenport Wash Aug 13Flvo persons prominent In the social Ufa af Davenport who had been enjoying in Outing on the banks of the Spokane river about 12 miles notheast of here were drowned The dead Miss WIn ale Jones 19 A L Bergett 40 M A L Bergett 25Roy Howlt 284 U Inman 34 Four of the drowned heroically si rlflqed their lives in an attempt flava others One after another they plunged into the river only to be Irawn down either by the whirlpool or the undercurrent j The Father Shot Dead C 13 Nan1nleDrake fight a pistol duel wltJl her lover Allen Emmerson Dra UI dead with a bullet through i1 almost at the feet of his dau r V f her lover who was also injure Crown Worth 5000a Stolen Paris Aug 13 Telegraphing from Lisbon a correspondent says that a Brazilian named Guerrio has been ar rested there charged with the theft of tho crown of tho Brazilian emperor which is formed of precious stones and valued at 500000 Tribemen Slali By Mullah London Aug 13A correspondent at Aden reports that the Mad Mullah has raided the Somallland border killing more than 1000 of the Rareharon tribe dwelling in the Ogaden region and capturing 10000 camels One Killed and Four Injured Chicago Aug 13One woman was almost Instantly killed another fatally Injured and two others wero severely hurt when a Chicago MIlwaukee electric car ran down an automobile at the railway crossing in Evanston Killed Wife and Shot Himself Sherman Tex Aug 13J W O Wlldey a farmer residing half a from Tom Bean a small town six miles from Sherman beat his wifes brains out with a flatiron and shot himself Three small children witnessed the deed Southern Pacific WashOut El Paso Tex Aug 13 Torrential rains In the mountains east of here and north of the Southern Pacific track have washed out 20 miles of track and trains will not be ablo to get hrough for several days Trolley Car Struck Carriage Temaqua Pa Aug 13 Milton Whetstone 33 cashier of the Citizens National bank of Lansford was In stantly killed and Daniel McGeehan assistantcashier was fatally Injured here when their carriage was struck by a trolley car Crap Game Started Fight Benton Ill Aug 13A wholesale killing in which three persons were fatally shot and a fourth wounded by a negro occurred at Cambon Franklin county The fight started over a crap game Eagle Statistics Milwaukee Aug 1l3During the last year the state of Ohio led all others In number of Eagles securing 4 8C8 but Pennsylvania established the greatest number of aeries 24 That state gained 4682 new members Mas sachusetts 4534 and California 4048 John the Orangeman bead tiBoston and1I1 t r 1I qi S LOVE NOT KINDLED AFRESH I Mrs Grimes Bright Idea Turned Out to Have Some Drawbacks A short time ago Deacon Grimes and i wife wore sitting together one eve ning and they got to talking about their married life and their past troubles until both of them grow quite sym pathttc and affectionate At last Mrs Grimes suggested that it might help kindle afresh the fire of lovo in their hearts If they would freely confess their faults to each other and promise to amend them The deacon aid It struck him as being a good Idea for his part ho was willing to mako a clean breast ot It but ho suggested that perhaps his wlfo had better begin Sho thought for a moment nd this convcrstlon ensued Mrs GrimesWell then William I am willing to acknowledge that I am he worsttempered woman In the world Deacon turning and looking at her Louisa thats about tIm only tlmo ell ever told tho squaretoo truth In our life Mrs O Indignantly Mr Grimes perfectly outrageous You ught to bo ashcamed of yourself Deacon Well you know Its so You have got tho worst temper of any woman I over saw Mrs GNo I havent either Im Just as goodtempered ns you are DeaconThats not so Youro as cross as a bear with a bllllous attack If you were married toa graven Imago yond spat with It till you soured on- t Mrs GThats an outrageous falsehood There Isnt any woman about his neighborhood that puts up with as much as I do without getting mad Youro a perfect brute Deacon Its you thats the bruto Mrs GNo It Isnt DeaconYes It is Youre as snappish as a mad dog Its few men that could stand tho likes of you Mrs GIf you say that again Ill scratch your eyes out DeaconI dare you to lay your hands on me you vixen Mrs GYou do eh Well take that and that cuffing him on the headDeaconYou leggo my hair or Ill smash you into pieces Mrs GI will and Ill leavo this house this very night I wont live any longer with such a monster Deacon Wellsklpqiilt git out The sooner tho better Good riddance to bad rubbish and take your dud with youMrs Gm sorry I over married you You aint fit to be yoked with any decent woman DeaconWell you aint half as sorry as I am Goodby Dont come back soon Then Mrs Grimes put on her bonnet and went around to her mothers The deacon hasnt yet confessed what hit principal tailing Is Parisian Women Are Graceful The graceful figures pf Parisian women are said to be due mainly to diet and exercise The French girl drinks a great deal of milk until about the ago of 20 after which tim repasts are of a light nonfattening kind Where In other countries a woman would take a heavy meal the Parlslcnno contents herself with a lowl of soup Her outdoor exorcise I mainly limited to chopping excur sus or short strolls in the city She very active about her household tieke both from motives of economy wid also as a means of keplng down perflubus flesh Knew the Anecdote ExSenator Thomas Carters of the SLouis Exposition company tells a tory of a Chicago family visiting th- eflr who were asked what had lm r i ssed them most at the big show ell said the oldest girl who tool K upon herself to be the spokesman of the party I rather think we liked that picture of Adam and Eve alone with the apple and the serpent So that struck you most fbrclbly the friend asked Yes indeed we found It most Interesting We knew the an ecdote you see- Standard of Prosperity Standards of prosperity vary in dif ferent parts of the country but that of Capt Jack Is purely localto him self Tho old man came out ot his cottage door ono morning and discovered somo neerdowell neighbors digging clams In the flat in front of his shore Dear me boys he quavered in a weak old voice dont dig my clams Theres Abel Wyman over there across the cove he has ham for break fast every morning in theyear Go lover there and dig his clams boys In the Wee Hours What was all that noise in the parlor last night Why Bender came home from the club and started to make that dec trical experiment What electrical experiment thoIsee see any sparksAnd did he see any sparks No but he saw a myriad of stars overIpiano MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Aug 1L CATTLE Good 4 FO BOO CALVESExtra 6 50 HOGS Choice 6 20 625 SHEEPExtra 4 60 4 65 LAMBSExtra 790 i 800 FLOURSpring pat i 55 4 85 WHEATNo 2 red 72 73 CORN No 2 mixed 54 OATSNo 2 mixed 31 4 RYENo 2 choice 60 8 61 HAYCh timothy 18 25 BUTTER Dairy 14 APPLESNew bbl 150 2 00 POTATOES New 1 75 2 00 TOBACCO New 7 95 16 00 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 7lh 72V4 CORNNo2 mixed 50 OATSNo 2 mixed 30 PORKMess prime 1C S716 90 LARDSteam 8 65 NEW YORK FLOURWIn pat 3 85 4 25 WHEAT No 2 red 77 CORN No 2 mixed 58 OATSNo 2 mixed 38 39 PORKPrime mess 18 25 c018 75 LARDSteam 8 75 8 85 BALTIMORE WHEAT No 2 red 75VS CORNNo 2 mixed 5- 5OATSNo2 mixed 35 36 LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red 70 cORNNo2 mixed 55 OATSNo 2 mixed 33 PORK Prime mess 013 00 LARDSteam 0 8 25 INDIANAPOLIS CATTLEPrine 5 15 535 HOGS Choice 6 00 625 SHEEPExtra 4 60 6 4 65 oz II What is Castoria ASTORIA la a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Dops aSJ Soothing Syrups It is pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor d other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhma and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Platulenoy It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The childrens Panacea The k Mothers Friend The Kind You Kayo Always Bought and which has been In use for over 30 years has borne the signature of Ohas H Fletcher and has ben made under his personal supervision since its infanoy Allow no Ono tu Lccivtfyou in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justusgood ar hut perimonts thattrifle with t1 and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment AVfegetobtelreparatlonforAs simllating thePoodandRcgula lug he Stomachs of INF VMS tin UK Promotes lness andRestConlalns neither norMncral NOT NARCOTIC Ht ofOUDrSAH IIIIMI il4I r sIt sl I Rc rorCoD lion Sour StomnchDlarrftOO- aWormsConvulskmsFewrlsh ness andLoss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of gw YORK L EXACT Copy OF WRAPPER J Drawing the Line We have followed the plow wielded the hoe served time on the public roads under an austero overseer swept the backyard worked the gar den churned the butter washed the dishes nursed the baby and performed other various and sundry disagreeable tasks in our times without a murmur but when it comes to cleaning streets under three lady bosses excuse us please Three women to boss you Great Caesars ghost Just the thoughts of such a catastrophe is enough to give a man the buckague Minden LaSlgnaI BIG NEW SHOE BUILDING r i iIt Dedicated by the W L Douglas Co at Brockton The dedication a short time ago of the new administration and jobbing house building erected by the W L Douglas Shoo Co as a part of Its mammoth manufacturing plant at Montello was marked by the thoroughness and attention to detail characteristic of the firm in all its undertakings The dedicatory program included open house from 11 s m to 8 p m with concert by the Mace Gay orches tra and the presence of a Boston caterer to attend to tho wishes of all The building itself afforded a feast for the eye especially tho offices which are marvels In many ways Fifteen thousand invitations were sent out including oyer 11000 to the retail dealers in the United States who handle the W L Douglas Co shoes the others going to shoo manufactur ers and all allied Industries in Brock ton and vicinity Mr Douglas will be glad to have anybody who is interest ed call and inspect the new plant and says the latch string is always out All departments of the plant were open for inspection the three factories as well as the new building and vis- Itors were received and escorted through the industrial maze by ex Gov Douglas assisted by the heads of the various departments Under the present system all shoes are manufactured to order and cus tomers sometimes lose sales waiting for shoes to arrive With the new Jobbing house they will be enabled to have their hurry orders shipped the same day they are received The new building Is 260 feet long and 60 feet wide and two stories In height The jobbing department will occupy the entire lower floor while tho offices will occupy the second floor The jobbing department will carry a complete stock of mens boys youths misses and childrens shoes slippers rubbers and findings equal to any job bing house in the country Buyers are especially invited to come hero to beIon the second floor with an office In which both telephone and telegraph will be installed with operators both Western Union and Postal Telegraph wires to be used There will also be arrangements for the receipt and des patch of mall Tigers Tap Rubber Trees Near Perak in the Malay peninsula is a prosperous rubber factory run by longheaded Scotchman In order to obtain the sap from which the rubber Is made it is necessary to puncture the bark of the trees Laborers are scarce in that district but there are an abundance of tigers There were not enough men to tap the trees but the Scotch proprietor hit on a bril liant Idea He knew that tigers are of valerian so he gave orders all the trees should be rubbed fattbat this stuff The tigers came up caressingly scratched the bark in most approved herringbone fash 2Ion after which all that the coolies had to do was to walk around once a day and collect the rubber Mexican Coffee Kaisers Favorite The German emperor Is very fond of Mexican coffee and now drinks none other t fIe TJ aIIr Letters from Prominent Physician addressed to Chas He Fletcher j Dr 3 Gerald Blattner of Buffalo N T Bays Your Caatoria la gooi for children and I Irequentlz prescribe it always obtaining the desires t results Dr Gustave A Eisengraeber of Bt Paul Minn saya I have ueel your Caatorla repeatedly In my practice with good results and can recom mend it as an excellent mild and harmless remedy for children JjDr E J Dennis of SL Louis Mo says I have used and prescribed your Caatorla In my sanitarium and outside practice for a number of years and find it to be an excellent remedy for children Dr S A Buchanan of Philadelphia Pa saysr I have used your Cas toria id the case of my own baby and find It pleasant to take and have obtained excellent results from its use Dr J E Simpson of Chicago Ill says MI have used your Castorla Is cases of colic in children and have found It the best medicine of Its kind 1 om the market Dr R ti Esklldson of Omatia NeB saya I find your Castori to fee standard family remedy It is the beat thing for infants and children I have ever known and I recommend it r UU Dr L It Robinson of Kansas City Mo says Your Castorla certain has merit Is not its age its continued use by mothers through all these years aai the many attempts to imitate It sufficient recommendation tfftat can a physician add Leave it to the mothers Dr Edwin F Pardee of New York City says For several years I iiava f recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do BO as it baa Invariably produced beneficial results J Dr N B Sizer of Brooklyn N Y says I object to what are called patent medicines where maker alone knows what ingredients afe put Us t theta but I know the formula of your Castor and advise its use QINUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 1 Bean the Signature of r The Kind You Have Always Bought 1 ii In Use For Over 30 Years Iwe oumum oeiimuiT TT MKUUT imcsT Htw VMM cent ANYTHING FOR FILTHY LUCRE Writers Cynical Justification of Mean Piece of Work A certain gifted writer of whom it was once said that he wouldnt recog nine his wife if he met her on the street wrote a charming love story not so long ago and it was printed in a popular magazine His friends and all those ot the circle In which the author moved recognized the story as an exact and recent transcript from the lifeTSf the writer involving a very beautiful young woman also well known in the same set One man cpminfcacrosatleauthor took him to task for it What in the world did you write up that affair with Miss Blank forT he demanded The author looked at him unmoved the same exquisite calm and clearnesl that characterized his work repliedI the money SORES ON HANDS Suffered for a Long Time Without ReliefDoctor Was Afraid to Touch ThemCured by Cutlcura For a long tlmo I suffered with sores on the hands which were itch tag painful and disagreeable I had three doctors and derived no benefit from any of them Ono Doctor said ho was afraid to touch my hands so you must know how bad they were another said I never could be cured and the third said the sores were caused by the dipping ot my hands In the water in the dyehouse where I work I saw in the papers about the wonderful cures ofthe Cutlcura Remedies and procured some of the Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment In three days after the application of the Cutlcura Ointment my hands began to peel and were better The soreness disappeared and they are now smooth and clean and I am still working In the dyehouse Mrs A E Maurer 2340 State St Chicago Ill July 1 1905 Rich Women Have Troubles The idea that fashionable women are too busy and had too many Inter eats to feel acute sorrow over their broken crockery was disproved the other day when Mrs Stuyvesant Fish went into the principal dry goods store in Newport with a friend who stopped to watch a man who was selling cement for cut glass and called to Mrs Fish Oh here ic a cement for cut glass which not only mends it but makes it ring as clearly as if it were new Mrs Fish called buck My servants break so much of my glass now that It Is heartbreaking and if they knew it were possible to mend It they would break it all so I dont care for any thank you Finds Time for Christian Duties Sir Andrew Fraser governor of Bengal virtual ruler of 80000000 pee ple Is the active president of the Calcutta Y M C A a It may be true that all men are fools but they are not reminded of it BO often it they remain single I 1- S I SICK HEADACHE Positively c rti ky IArrro these lattle Fill sIiIULRO They also relieve Me from In ITTLEdigesttonandToolioTV iirn Eating Aperfectrs yroD4en2raeeP1 i sueIregulate tie Bow PnrelyVagetsMe- SMALLHLL jjtSHALL WSE SHALT RT- EfIPL e tMustesrcI Fac5nai Sipur1 IIEBJE UITflUTE EDUCATIONAL t The Oruteit Barding College In theWiridp University of s Notre Dame NOTRE DAME INDIANA W faraHta row taints Off itmfiftt tttubfxitnirttuJntitttavt ISBeMbft 7SrrefeMn tMlkssosti Course In ntltotllih EconomihxciH TllEiMlrle udnest g rehliecCuzs law fihotta Ing TperIUng niHSi Burs ToWoa sad Ura rrf4M S s Its cmU la Ou StcrtUrj In UuUfn zzioiLrjyora wwwwSPOETtowrltewordaforaSONG I mSTBOrOUTlX scale see It ttmM BatUtof 1 1 A 300Page Coot Book Free We are the pnblUbenof the oldwtbeslthlqvn In the world U a monthly magulno for the home ably edited a15 bindiomelT printed and Ulnttntvd It tells Sow l live to be perfectly well bow sick people m57 ieS waIIbowwellpeopleuzs7siayweIL Toe rSuIPprteeIsON5 oouait TEAs We want to read a few copies So we Make tnli pedaioffer Send M eenta ttanpi If Ton prefer with tale adTCrtUement and in addition to GOOD HEALTH for Six KttitlM- we will tend yon FREE soopyofMrssXKellogg new psge coot book IIeaI5fCookery This offer will cot appear again Good Health Publlihlng Co Battle Creek Mish You CANNOT CUREall inflamed ulcerated and cittarrhal coo ditions of the mucous membrane such catarrhuterinecatarrh caiiM by feminine ills sore throat Mfli mouth or inflamed eyes by simply dosing the stomach But surely can cure these stubbwm affections by local treatment with Paxtine Toilet Antisept jwhich the disease germscheclta discharges stops pain and tsinflammation and soreness Paxtine represents the most succeeoM local treatment for feminine ills ever testifytoSerid for Free Trial Box THE R PAXTON CO o4sMee i TIlE DAISY FLY KftLEN q- 4YJJ homo Oae t o box la tk MtUre i MU or lajmt f w 1 1- Wat Sbubele psse WINTER Catalogue and smpee nil A N KE 1906 33 2131 pig t 4 t j i tt v flllNGSllLLE OUTLOOK 7 iOV1NGSVtLLE ICY SA rx THE OUTLOOKS subscription k rates are as follows T One year One Dollar Six montlis Sixty Cents JrV Three months Thirtyfive Cents xa 7 No commissions allowed any b j6yon subscriptions t a change I of address should ve previous address when writihg CorrespomlQiUs shouki rwikfcet their items to us not than Monday if possible when out of stationery mention it on a Separate slip of papera Ncwmatter of general inter1 4 3 cstis welcomed bring it to us WiL1IokIL delay if yoft wish it ii sorted Advertisers wishing a change I l v or discontinuance of ad should 1 inform us the week previous I publication day Address an commUriiqilions to JOHN W C a Ky JTHURSDAY AUG10 1DOG sS cebV Forge Hill f There was a large crowd at the picnic SaturdayS 4 The rains conic daily in this fopr promising viImoilid of Bethel spent Saturday and Sunday with family l J P Wright j- Springfloldg r Sam McGlain is on the sick list Mrs G a Sniathers returned Saturday front a visit to Carlisle y Miss Pickclt Metcalfc of 0 v f ingsVillc visited Mrs JL Bar clay Mrs W E Turner and chil dren visited at Millcrsburg last ASDow t Parks lUll campmeeting last a week y There will bean icecream sup 4 per at Fairview schoolhouse i I2 Aug IS for the benefit of then church Odessao44S 3 Little Husc Anderson has been iry sick for several days v Bevcnil from here attended the reunion at Grange City last week l J CSkIIday3amesPovilandwce of Enir view wereguestgof J W Darn olland wife Sdndayi rIOonbotfEfttw i I seven itiujAS uLiunuqn Smotcy tisJastweek The corn crop where itliadany thing like workwill be good vith out any more rain arid where IE was well tended it will bc extra Salt Lie Rr The sick are on the mend Charl Hedrick is working at t Ya1e G S Bates of Scnfons-py nt Sunday here t a DrtMusgrovc and family have moved toMor head Wrii Mprrisort and vife are boarding at the Holel Jackson John Jackson returned from the West aftet an absence of nearly a year T Thb ladies of the M E Church will serve ices Qtc at the par1 son ge Thursday night i fThe sale day was largely A tended Saturday S methingOiw500 people were in t 1 Xhe L V R R Co hasra c eL its offices from Yale to S zitLick and lias rooms in the Kautz L block Vja Thd annual rcunioa fCartn ill 5Poi G A Lvilt bcheldfi u USt 16 17 and 18 at Crouchs I 4 grove I 11d abt1 Stoops w tobacco ill jie Housed z ithiaweek SA ti4S 3 Weeds have almost takertall hil aL pastures in this neighborhpod jrhesmall lias already be 45- fl tosavehis pennies for no c bigcircust Mt SterIin meScroaking and doesnt try to help p conditions is one whose presence doesnt amount to much Mrs Lyoni arid Walton have turned to Scottcounty af r L vter a visit to relatives here Many laborers from the motinL iains have c6nie into thisTicinity Jthe past few flays it looks 2Fe ri l eourfarmersare going fe have jpty of lo house the large r cT tobacco Hoke Smith and Tom Watt Ion atringt4tear Ui the Denito JS party do 1nGeorgiao5- t erf A the negnJ dilfranchisenient isai e e The party down there need have j 4t3L fcar for you caj always ba nkIc i P Tom 1andingirthe dump pi hcT15js from TSc tp 806 per bushelL mIffernville yiited H OFii K n and Saturdafi tan he r yPte ncr lie oughtto bepret l Lr I I t 1t 4f 4 51 J 4 r r ty well nominated by the time the convention is held some two years hence Some from here attended Court at Owingsville Monday W E Foley and family of Flat Creek visited the fatuity of M C Foley Sunday- Frank Prewiltajnd sisters Miss cs Mary of SomorstU visited Koburiion and wit o Sunday Mrs Mary Morgan and son Ben will return this week front a visit relative at Lexingtonig L1ite Might of time has made it iiY frsKArvi to mention the Inc t thouglinbL6rlhq sake of news that another j bar hatj passed since wc bfgaii keepihir record Jevents in anduround Stoops ni tikiha hevetic Ut baud of OUTLOOK readers Wo think we have achieved a rec tooi t1 in regard to country corres pondoiice during those six years tiiough it is not with the ICN au fa thctour items a single week but sometimes it was under adverse circumstances that we got them oi ciivedlication the same week only twice We have found the companionll ship of THE OUTLOOK force pleas ant indeed though the forces in the office now are not the ones of llinQf ofsix years ago The old rce is somewhat scztttercdson- ihave crossed over the Great de and others have sought for gn JuBut0just the same drifting with the multitude farther and fartherto wards tile mighty ocean of Etc n th Oathas not always shone in iridconc ent colors the colors i black indeed But why discuss the past further We will leave it in the tomb behindand turn to unlock the door of the Future Slate Valley fBorn Sunday August 12 to ddie Jones and wife a son g doodIt rained Saturday about noon the hatdest downpour ever w it essed here Banks Coyle wife and chil dren of Prickly Ash were guests f the family of flee Rudder Sun day Elder Wilhoit preached a very interesting sermon here Sunday morning subject We know whether we are on the side hrist or Satan and we al oJSJi now whether we are livingeGod would have us live n science will notcondemn us a thgathlam medthttBother W A MVjlliarris 01mpizrrntIn- es about the same o gsf1IfllsboroE N liinnieMayRobtWajlingiord Saturday and Several from herev attended campmeeting at Parks Hill Sun day Mrs MOS Bradford and dawwCor Miss Lettie returned totheir home in Covington V Clinton Myers who had been in Illinois for several months ar rived home Sunday Mrs Sallie Rankins and niece Miss Hernie Hawkins of Coving ton came Saturday to visit t he lafters father E D Rankins Mrs S A Dowd and little son James Atchison visited Mrs J Atchison at Wyoming last eekScxpciojd Demaree Todd of boopest flB111 arrived here Thursday Miss Anna Belle Todd who had been visiting relatives in Hoop estton III arrived home Wedn Csli d ayhSharpsburg We are having a great deal ofS batiisMrs E R Berry returned Sat urday from Hutchison Station where she had been visiting fi Helduter Mrs W A Boyd J B Spratt who has b quite sick for some time is al to be out again Louileis v el1 last week Elder of a nitMrs J D Grouch is visiting in Campton Walter Boyd wifand son Wm Earl W S Smath T d1iursdyi Moores Ferry Tffor are several teams In ere edfiOmick nly Bob Shrout and wife ctf arC Winchester visited his mother VillRazor Rice boughtabout 75 head of hogsjn the mountains the f pastWeekt J James Highlcy sold to James Thompson of near Farmers a 1 yea rold filly for 100 Razor Rice sold to Sam Lnth ram 51 head of 140lb hogs at Gc Several from here atteiulud the big basket meeting at Slaty Point Sunday A W Shrout mid wife visited their daughter Mrs Win Suede gar Saturday and Sunday There were some water melons on the market here the past week hornineto fatMissTh Saleisl Aunt daMillieye dcarsThe Holiness campjneeting will commence at Ilodricks Aug thfEverybody is fixing to attend e reunion at Salt Lick this week George Alfreys horse got into his cornfield one day last week ate a lot of green corn and died m Ingrain caught a 1011 Vuatfish last week There have been several fish ilt he coreNafe Sorrell family Ed thir- onm and tvife are prepartng to golasWest in a short time to make ti lieth aneirMrs Luther Shrout was taken to Owingsville Saturday befcdiedge Lane and pronounced insane She was taken to the Lexington Asylum vi dasitedwingaville from Saturday onlny Crooks Several ch ururchday H inazietonter Mrs B F Parker the p week itin The protracted meeting con Inhesterton closed at Union Church oilS Peeled Oak Sunday night Will Steele and family of Flat Creek visited B F Parker l drfy night iha Miss Juelda Conner of0 wings vlle visited Misses Eula and Stella Thomas from Friday Sunday uifa Wlto her gratidnarents Wa r Cassity and wjfe wtow 9fisp1aqJbhn Bailay d Minks Run vwitcAhis lster Mrsp S Nixa on Saturdays c brarloadsSaturday rpMrslat Greek is visftihre1ati PC reereMrs Sau Jackson was in Mt Sterling Stiturdayda v kinisitedMTS Parson Nixon and daugh Miss Carrie of Owingavi He ere guests of D S Nixon Siunlyday CraiRS Little Jessie McGlothin is some better Mrs Abbie Sexton remains about the same Harve Sexton and family of Owingsville visited the formers parents Martin Sexton and wi ifeteSunday James Downs of Salt Lick spent Sunday night with Luther McCarty and wife here Mrs May Sexton and ter iereatriceMrs Thomas near Salt Lick Rev Ed Anderson and wife thesneighborhoodSaturdaynight who picnic Sat ur day I OundayschoolM Moores woods Saturday Itid fair to be the grandest event hat ever took place there but wing to the rain it was impos sible for all the SundayschoolS to a m SbeautifulRMusgrovea JV of Ashland Rev Ed Anderson and a YIeband furnished music Every bodypresent had a good time Olympia Miss May Northcutt is on the sick list Grandma Penix has been sick but is better Elder W A Williams remains ed bout the same of his illness vi John Donaldson wife amd ren hianwere the guests of friends Born one last week tA Leer Williamson and wife a son 1 Algin Clark and svifc wcrc Ifti diOUFr Reasor as teabe eatirginiaith his motherloBud Clark and wife returned o Covington after afour weeks A stay with their parents A4 4 1 J I B F Roberts rnd wife of Pike county visited Sam Jackson and family of Preston Sunday I daughterWinchesterof of the formers father Dr NClark C Stenlinithe t was K law and little daughter Thursday Misses Jessie and Lizzie Swart returned home after a wceki stay with friends in Wolfe and Breathitt counties Mrs Lee Reynolds returned me to Georgcton III last week ern twomonths visit to herL her John Grisrga ohn Jackson and wife of t Lick were the guests nf i1yTlii ee children of James Shull ceascd after visiting their mo ther at Louisa two months stopped over here with relatives Saturday night on their way to e 116me at Louisville UpJnor Prict y Ash toAlfredlist Almanza Stone bought a horse of Clark Crouch for C5 One of Riley Chandlers milk ws died a few days ago and e t a calf two days old M Warner of Berry came t week to join his wife here d to visit relativesotOscar Chandler and wife of r ld Eagle visited Riley Chan r and family Sunday night Mrs Frances Hamilton H A Lyter and wife R L Stone and wife W M Warner wife and viCoylely Ash Thursday Severs from here attended the stock sale at Salt Lick last S Rtafday Mrs Daniel Harper and Ch Harper visited relatives in 0 vofgsville one day last week C S RatliiT antI wife of Ow gaville spent Sunday with the family of Daniel Harpered aStopstono SMissjjBrownMrs W S Quisenberry who s been very low with fever is some better Mrs J M Campbell who had en visiting G W Turlcy and tu ernedMrs pa bnyingR A olasal1elt1onday for D moi s tu bdnebwned t of ii1jiv1ch cnsstedof himself I wo others and two misters Tuesdayhompson ork- the for n crop for James Conner thyr st of the season Earl arid Allie Conner ofm were here over Sun y to visit their uncles George d W A Conner Mrs J F Wilson and daugh ter of Spencer are visiting lien soninlaw Chas Ray and fami j Mrs 1iiOlla Johnson who ilasm so bmesoon be out Miss Leona Hart of Salt Velimsj w bithMrs Maggie Hart and daji itiirinlawW B Henry and family v theifemother and child doing well Henry Hart brothor of Wm Johnson and who resi in Missouri spent several we uflr a is being his first visit here inWilliamsp T hAMrs Martin Donaldson and children of near Mt Sterling are here on a visit to her father and other relatives teheltonnd child doing ve11tMss Rosa Phipps of mdianitpolis is at home on a fewweeks ndsitoing so they say a Mrs Maggie Hamilton and her daughter spent Sunday with her brother Will arid family f Will Gray and his would uei best girl attended church at How ards Mill Sunday He reports afine sermon by Elder Hobbs Miss Sudie Moxley has return lj home after a threemoahs m sit to relatives at Sharpsbi iid Wyoming L 0 Payne who was gettin3 sa along so nicely took a slight relapse last week from overexer on but is some better now ev Carpenter andwife t ak nner with him Sunday Irensome time is improvingm Plenty f rain fl now and cc oking fine rnto v so solldollar a year v V jb 5 7II Ovlngsvillo R FDNol- TW Lathram and family of Fie riiingsburg are visiting rela lives in Slate Valley Mrs Geo P Johnson of Sharpsf burg visiting her Mrs Martin JonesAJ T Atchison and Wyoming visited in familyI last week Mrs leo Snedegar and chil tr n of Mt Carmel visited her parentsJamcs Gregory and wife at Wyoming last week Jacob McKinivan of Cincinna arrived Monday to visit lila parents G W McKinivan and wife on upper White Oak Omar Barber went to Louis lc Tuesday on business t1 braiweek Wm Wright sold to Snedegar Bros 2000 pounds of tobacco at 8JeCarter Wright 3300 at The Wright Rudder 5300 at Jc The infant child of Wm Tip n anti wife nee Mamie Atchi o las daythours old Mrs Coo Shrout and two chil dren of Ashland are visiting rcl ativcs on Prickly Ash W J Lawson was in Cincin riati last week White Oak was visited by an her big rain Monday which did much damage froUMrs Grit Lane is C goolemanClay Reeves of Mt Sterling sited relatives here several day t vcek Miss Fannie Glover returned la week to Bloomington Ind ter spending three weeks Lher home thisJ H Carter and wife l been very sick for the past haT eral days i y Miss Ethel Sherman has return to her home at Latonia aft r visit to friends here Miss Nell Glover who is teach ing school at Peytons Lick vis d her parents from Friday un Monday West EndtraNrs Lewis Adams while pass jug VlfTV rjbher EuilsbetterIn answer Jo inquiries of four nqovllveinonrning H a5 Arniithg S et11 we will vrite a sketch innext week SquireDick Crouch whoiifes on McCarty s Branch is Very sic f vslizonshis blgih1ness bo1apsclj ttle or no hope of his recoveyj S 1 la4iSitedW5E GIRL Now there was a vise girl and she had three wo0sy els The first wooer said sI W as all the world to him but si f uirnloot and stars to him but she ade him be on his way a yrqHj Je anners with eyes that migsee a little bluer with nose it puggy and with a few free x ehi lesr and an annoying habit of b TtShe ninMy goodness I think I was j1rsme fiksp to me afterward LifeYl Tina stud10 siteryad tried to cheat him eIa heLorettoIt is said that the miser lost once near Loretto a pocketbook containing The a thousand dollarsIn clrgedeothebe ft stisgain dud the oftener he ed it the blacker cotintis ai scowl ro Vhats the matter said ti epr m arm hand all rightrivgrowled the miser Wheres the Interest th BROUGHT sti theknewIreplied coyly biidyou I shall be at Mabel Hicks until ten oclock If I dont hcnhfrom you by ten Im going to her ve FOR SOCIADILITYS SAKheishman attending hen LI Jail Takeeythernornayther When pnciableng or make a speech but to be ciable Ill fight any man ih ilic his ous7S SSSS Judithf the P1nsDy MARIE MANNING uthor of lord AlllrShm Banitxpl- OryrtM I90Jij llaact h Brcthni Rot Zw tnoli Jdamto 1etreeinwsgood0 hiive Intlf creation Seuce we wuz ma titn Ilinbird house 1 wuz raised in Tennessee an1 ma thdoMrs Uodiicy Swift leaned toward and whispered something In her ear She regarded tutu tentatively n grinned At her time of life vI jU111of men You lix It up an you tyotir bird house whs the conclusion of his conteuce While this discussion bad been In progress the viands had tint been ncg lected except by suelf members of the company ns had been bereft of appe tit o by loftier emotions In conac qucncb ot which thetlble appeared to have sustained n visitation of seven tee uycor loeiwla Kudoru ever eco nomic in the value she placed not only upon Jicrsclf but her environment pro scti to her guests that they should sh the dlshc nn art lu which they were by ua ineans deficient being no e gcieIors bdorasme kly washed dixies shoulder to ouIier rarformanceAs this was tha last stage station on the way to Iret Troll Mary Car obliged to cc tcnt herself till Mrs Ycllctt should caUrt86ad tar her After suppbr Clicgg with fresh horses to the stag left ItoCncyX apparently fpr spine part In tlat iiatbless of foothills That tbvrfe shquid bo trails and tlcflned routes over this vast un ried stretch of space seemed more utlerfiil to Mary than the charted iiroaas of the Atlantic Very lonely seemed the Roclii icy tne among the great company of ountains A brooding desolation had settled oifTt at etoe of day and nil the laughter anti light footsteps and yly ringing voices of the young folk uld not dispel tlie feeling of being adrift In a tiny shell on tho bjack wa tera of sonic unknown sea or thus it Kt Liteflaplal settling herself in the rocking aIr as If It were some sort of con vigyiince Warren It iluey took dpwn n gun from the wall end began to clean it ins Industry with the pm was of a part with the impotent daw h1g In the garden Ills eyes would ek for the rag and flue bottle of oil n dull glazed way and having ouutl them he wbnld forget the rea of his quest Not once that even g had they rested on bis wife or any nber of his family He had sizowit interest in any of the small hap pe nings of home the frank rivalry of Eiidorad suitors tile bickerings of tho rls and boys over the division of usehold labor From oneof the rooms that opez icdrtho world like a stage to the ence Mrs Ilodney kept crefilng1 gil The last faint ueletnystlnc haze the uiotuitabitrwas deepening They wered about the valley where the house lay with a challenging Jinuicu y mocking the pitiful grasp of tbcso gmies on 4ho thousand hills Eudora now came to her mother with eat news Hawks hdd taken the st opportunity of being clone with r to tell her of Jims release from jail and of his abortive encounter with Simpson In the eating house He had t deterred the rein any f el g of reticence regarding the dis osure of family affairs before str r travels In the desert unknown agency Tiventyf sun urs after a thing happened It would sate to assume that every cow and gouldfires and this long before there was gadgivatealt advantage over his th rca als Alyl said old Sally sharply and flley to let him out Mrs Itodiieys oviclg of tho law was of the t1est and If Incarceration would ep a prisoner out of more grievous trouble she could not understand giv g him his freedom To her the ciiso analogous to releasing a child t from the duress of a comer and tuflu g him loose to play with matches ow kern they to let him out the repeated the still rocking chair con ylug the Impersonal dignity of the ltilt or the Justice sent I alnf arit tell of so pearty a couple ns tho o an Jim lu years he meaning that she put into her c words belled their harsh face vail 00iWith Jim in jail tier mind wan coui rttively at rest about him Sh letwmens cattle since the destruction ofrsheet antI she knew the fate of l cattle thieves Cud that Jim would be t h 55 no TIrtirtlyl5eeii fund of Jlui He luul bcou one oHIher orn Moreover slw wanted Jio jgullovvs treclntenulusle with thf thuIiJiin should stay In Jiill That hp had Jboin given hto freedom lodtml thd pJI low they wnz Brudgir him tlio moutlifnl they fed to him that tin y jjtoed An lini ti ver wiiz n hearty eat r Ho never scouutl to relish his food jeveii vhen he war n growjn kid I mlud JUti when he first torn to us she swld more to herself than trt Etulonr Wilt ant at her feet The 1m pending tragedy in the family had robbed her of nil tho Joy In tier suitors They wit on a bench ou the opposite side of the house divided by the very nature of their Interests yet compan lulls in misery Ho wits scarce four an yet ho had inneverlug his thumb Ef Hed hen my child Id lammed It oiltn hut before hed Icecit two but setin he was aged fed tin Infant hnvlu such practltxs I tn to shame tuba outs It lint Ixrda thntnssyeven at four I hissed at him like a gyander every time I seen him do If Now Id ti kuowcd better Id a sewed U gauWhata suckiu his tliiimb as an In taut got to da with his getlln lynched nOw dsnmndod Eudoru with the skeptlclsnf of the second generation Wait till you titus has children m own sullied her mother from e assuireti posItion of maternal x rienee an we tlie Infant thats al wed to suck Us thumb lisa the mat s la him of a felon or a unfortunlt te rocked a slow accompaniment to r dismal prophecy Eudonvs eyes big with wonder were xeI ou the crouching think of a dls nt uuountaln 11cr mother broke tbo silence Not ofteu did they s cak us Intimately Old Sally belonged that class of mothers who feel a pride In their reticent dealings wIlulk their daughters and who consider tho management of all affairs of the heart peculiarly the province of youth and ctin ofexperiencelint taulght she was prompted byroforce beyond her ken to speak g ofrithem meit she Jerked tier thumb to ward the opposite side of the Loose thas clar I the1nboiftul to kent buck to same n c iuounterfeitEndora glgjled She was of an age when the fascinations of curiosity as to the unknown male animal prompt lavish conjecture I lowed they arKtainpeded Yes leered the old woman and sue rinned the whole horrid length of her luIt a iasipie most ot Vm doe ut you must ehet your eye to It The oment they know you swallow Itstheys wnthleiss like horses that has n away once Hark said Eudora Aint that wheels It be answered her iBOtbeV It be tliat old Maam Yellet after her fjovmont CHAPTEUVIII r LiiiIftEmckbonrback or opcu fenced cntrauco of the Hodiiey boiuic with a splendid sve p turmlhatlug In a onfv iaeyp v biaacross lumpish nthifaallUea of pralrlo o I c blumpsboard steppcil a flgura whose agility wai couipalSbld with her driving Kb nkptthy dntllnts can do justice to Mrs YoHctt ot1 tier costume Wko the ee the ant and other wonders of the of nature site was htttto be disirascd of with n glance An7r Mt th ere was no attempt at subtlety on her pait On the contrary no one could havn an appearance of greater candor than the lady whose children Mary Carmlchael had como west to teach Her costume was a thing apart sSgcsting neither sex epoch nor personal vanity but what It lacked of these more usual sartorial characteristics ilttfmore titan made up In a passionate In illvlduallsm au excessively short skirt FO Innocent of fit or bang In ItSti wavering Indeterminate outline as to suggest the posslblo workmanship of tcqlh rather titan of scissors and rid Ing boots cowing well to the knee LaT playing a well shaped ajrupfii foot perched aloft oa tho iaual high heel that cow cga aewThffect ns the ex lresseuMrs Yellett was not wholly mann iItihlu her tastes tutU to offset the bet ts slie wore II bodice of the type d generation ago used to be known as tl basque Such a garb was not after all In consruous with this original ladys weather beaten face Her skin was nutI to A tine rus3et showing U radiating lines about the eyes when they twinkled with laughter which was often No Individual feature t ttsc specially strlklnjr but the general im presslop of her countenance wasf of nnl matlon and activity mingled with geniality and with native shrewdness djdbyan excitement she could Ill conceal shryouaint much blggeru n lettle green ourd Dout seem to liave drawed all bInovment Mis Rodney you dont want forget that green gourds and green rapes Is mighty apt to belong to the our fauibly when they hangs beyant your reachoAiyll grimaced od Sally Its tolable fjr to send east for green ruit AVe can take our own 1epmlrttyTho iropcctlvc advent of a govern ess lu the Yellett family moreover one from that mysterious center of culture the vastrluul not only rent thd neighborhood with hitter factions but had submitted the Yclletti to the rcali ranch of ostentation itt those di o thfYellctts grazed their flocks and tierCsd Parents anxious to obtain e4ueati oIld al advantages that was the term Ir respective ot the age oif the student p hftenequivocal nature of the blessing tI Jum laurlngucatlou or they went uneducated e ofjF ental board but never up to the yrceutInto the facts of neighborly precedent if Iiitj J4 IS Sf rei 4 t n kto- iI BnlIhu be1 eugenics tcoly that site was In bo rtcffrec Inv ecd whir the pedagopkal IniportaV tt55 tlou like many another LtiiltercntIor r C e Next round of tlKrbuuTKJthroTJgu osccj of personal feeling but jj though down Sally waa by no jWcmia 11ottt mid wHirr a brief session viith the55 uf briuli she returned to Im field enrl to maintain that the Yellett children for till their pcmporlnfy Uir iii the matter of having n governess Jm rted for their benefit were no better tinucher own brood who had taken the learning tile godSproyldeil Too bad MIz Yollett Hint you uns d to hire that govSneiit without okln over her pInts Ive bert takliiiher lit ilurln supper an shell never be able to thrash Vm past Cem She fli ouglitbe able to lhra h Clem If abe Rot plumb mad These yore slim wim t lultl la tnrrlblt wtry nn active at such times but eholl never bo able to tbrasv bejant tier And having Injected the Vitriolic drop In her neighbors cup of happiness old Sally struck ajtalt o her chair which wits the equivalent of a gallop I reckon I can thrash iriy pwn cljlf rtren when Its needed without gettm help from the east or hereabout ther for that mattot4iother toUts would only take out their pnblfirtfpIrU cd rcformln tendencies on their owfi fnmblles therell be u heap less lynchln likely to happen round the country In e course of the next ten years OM Sally let the hQue thrust pass Who ever hearn tell of a good teacher that wasnt a tine thrasher In thebarj in She eyrunj the chair nbouf with a pivotal motion as If she were addressing an nsscniblage Instead jpj he tt vrselfofca lled aloud to her dnughtor to liean witness Euaory Eudory iou do rylS y Ycs mi am drawled the daugh ter coming must unwillingly from th op en faceJ rfuuI opposite where sli Imd been Incltlug nil four of the suItors to battle i What was It they called that teach hi t fldeA line dlsnplynarian maw I fYes thats la dlsaplynarlany Wlnt kin u lettle gree ourtl like her now boutOIsapplyln5 i Your remarks shore rcinlnO Ceof a 7 sa yin that the discomfort of harm tA wallow oUter folks dusl causes n heh7 anslety over their reckless drivlny JIary Carmichael la one ot the Inner oms was writing a home letter which wns chiefly remarkable for what It failed to relate It jravfe long nc counts of the scenery It waxed dlclacf Uc over the future of the country hu e nilventnres of tlii trip with her n acquaintance with Uiel axe4 d Chugg were not recorded En SOra announced the arrival of Mrs 5 eUett taud Mary at the news c1ruppd be contents of her portfolio nad stort t up with much the feeling a waj ooned sailor might have on bearing a Sail has been sighted At this par fmlthaelophy that later lu life was destined t become her most valuoble asset ITef ense of humor no longer Tesponde to the vagaries of pioneer llfes ThC comedy element was cnuing a iltt1 l 3bitown kind a word wltlt sorae cue w1ieL poke hot language Alit jtere ntiaSfi was the wpmin who h qchannfnj letter Arlirf had so 11iieiowfS 4 InjJmatcjl itha- hia tlictn wLls rtoftlfor at tho ftearthtfrjpc ls ILKC1JUILIIutIflC9AIrs To the end of her life shfrneyctfotjV tQt that first inectli perfe with Avhrch she follpvsteil JEnV d eosutngluntto reconcile the sin YellcU of the let ter with thfcilra Yellett Thar uilt ou the table burninjf feeblyl l sbootrug r her tears Ironic was so far anti Ms Yellett was so different from what elie hud expected And yet as she felt her fingers crush In the grpN o tiint hard but not unkindly hnnd them was In the womans rugged IrSOflitlSJtr n snsfttinlng oualltv and thinking r 4 hcease with whicli nnothcrAWomSir might handle paHteboard boxes One or two of top male Hodneys offered JtiJ help but she waved them aside uttl ashed the Tugggo to the buckboizrcl andling tiuo ropes with the skUl ot autold suitor Tho entire Kodney family and the suitors of Eudora assembled to witness the departure Its a heaR trtnd1yot you to fret so was tueyy parting stab of Sarah Yellett to Sally Roduey arid site swung the buckbonrd about cleared the cactus stumps jn tho jItodney dooryard anti gamed the mann t aiuroadSAlyir sold old Sally Vhats thtei cotUitry cumin to i- A ts few more women thank God- remarked Ira Eudordba4 JpstsnnTb 7 bed him and he Putt a ot meanv Ing Into his after the vanishing buckboard They lied gone a good two miles he o4ef Marys patmnss broke the alienee with Xothlii plumb stampedes mys temper like that Rodney outfit old Sally buekln nu pitcblu In her rockln r chair same as If she was breakiu a ronebo ail that Eudory always coral decelyln nfl jlltln oiu otitflt ofiinerinftef another irjsfitTTrnsndangb ier of mine Id medjuto her length across my knee full growed an court d though she Js The only one of this utfit thats wuth while Is Judith an she aint old womail Ilodneys girl ncl thor You hyeard that already did ou We this yore country may b f lackln lii population hilt Its handy as a scwln circle In dlstributln hews ly f TAKING FUEL ALONG Patrick J nd Michael were crossing the ocean to America went well e first halfofthe voyage One ay however Pat became illand ieL The usual preparations fc5t urialat sea were mad and in lace of1cideii iveihth whi h- iad been misplaced chunks oftoal were substituted The r L L ains were finally ready for tlie f st sad rites anti 1ozgaiideiiiS niilinallyfWell Pat Oi always kriev V e were going therebut doinnuaj A StOi thot theyd makeye your own coal tl iMil c t