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Sejfitt RnilroadC r the death of her husbaiul Drhel r4JLs Brashedr at the Levee pike SOil crossing fOUGHT CVESB7 M A son lJ kl and It R Swetnam htViSit weanIiii calves as follows one l t Roe Hart for trtwqhiifers at 10 each and twoCnt tecrs ablS each of James W Hors man lie stcer of Joseph week MriI 1 IcCaAM SuPpzL The La lt I flies AidSoCleJY of Corint visit give an icecream1Honaker supper jn the churchyard on the CarliLnew 1uildin r Every ontinvjted to attend 1Gr REIDHISLJRffenrP Reid move so of hJatcI Davis Reid am John MiS8E Lee Hibbler claughte r White L ofWJ Iiibbjei WCiC J11arled Miss returnsri known in ocilcirdes here hay EtLtit4 r11tI h of the hiosc oppreSSivelYt JIS came 1 ritt 3qQ t fj e J n th TIIVIU u 1n rYEhj Rob tIti afteri1 r ToiAccO G lder giand Mtpivisvbeea made by aoraB 4 of the mowers to use tharcoaclark frrLJ bv1ftcMtWOOclorlr in ti I1g tocarrySharpi thsmoke oflVt Ml oRSLEIwill 1i T S I v 162iitnie farm near Reynolds vil and4iJntIes from Sharyscame 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SlicurnelaWeekMr and Mrs Royse Allen Millersburg are at Atlantic Cit John J Coyl was in Lexingto Sunday to consult an eye specia feuben Gudgell is able to b1 after nn illncs3 ofdays f ugiMzssSterling MissPower Oc roi rip to Cincinnati ndmeJohn Boaz and other relatives Rev McCutchan went la witlISptMiss riekI Dollie Owmgs the past wee LWssouisvillevvu returning that nigh Mrs Alice Perry of Mt Ste 4 ng came Thursday to viC daughter Ford Patt e a Mrs Perry Flora and baJ fromto js Ben Williamson andwife g were guesth of r Bascom and wife the Ii s J H Wood returri tSterling Thursday nitto her sister Mrs Johir Johrt Sheehan retUinedI i sle Jast week andresu r position as foreman ofOUTLOOK fdt lanOakMatti WoodsonE 3 ed from a til ntiriOLdertOritte ti e v I James 1C Emmdn StcTuesdayte ken So ISPi 0 1 YJt j amcsn N an a 4Bert N 1it StO1 Uelatker- mGtber tlc fsprusilltLyleC tieEdand ug4terreturnedSuQ ning ein a visit to Mrs John D for yre at Columbus 0 1500 H thansburga James W Emmons and Shroufe the past weeklb cSaturday sevbeenMisses Lpuise Gudgell Mattie ten Barnes and May Shrout weigh Saturday for Torrent and to Miss Lyons at be Era Moore and Mrs MQlC cobs of Judy were guests n Coyl and wife of lower Ashy Saturday and Surtwe S C Crenshaw of Christi n 140 candidate for Commis Bath of Agriculture intheDem A c primary was here last three Robert Byron apd soSteoi LexingtOn and of Catlettsburg attended LacYFICSunday Moses Fitzpatrick and wilbo Lick returned from a mon lastortome hear Rockfish Nelson office Va drassng better of his attack of tllwas not so well Tuesdaycou edsiss Edith of Mt Sterling guests of the formers The cclersce L Lane from Saturday onday the f the thepsburg thexsalshiltolDayton Tertn Tuesday morn Mr Miss JennieCdnnerremain t61 an extended stay his anhnIndJsVlSltinglusuncle Henryd Mr Es mother Vasa- rSlster of Mr S ottTus IS s m coifG1tYJis with Iiinpu yi i t r r SS i4 J a t a5 7 L I t f 55q i t p l 7 5S rTtit l f f 1I I 5 t i J t J ai tS1 4 J t r t t uS r I yv iicj SALES rA B stuff stotliirtiint5c l tr WB Green buhtofITenraLedford at485 thhmnPittsburg parties thirtysix lb cattle at 525 aaroldseventyflylbt S 5 ofA Tipton sixtyone 1500 cattleat5c cd W T Phelps sold to C Ctionald buyer for S SCo ntyseven head to be deliver the first fifteen days in Sep ber at 530 The cattle will 1560 pounds and are con sidered as good a bunch as con found nearly anywhere SSexport cattle Clayton Howell La four 1400lb cattle at 5c ntysix 1400lb at 460 A Hart forty 1400lb at 5cfl ten 0lb at 450 H H Ewingof fiftyfour at 180jG V Cook of Bath fifty 1400lb at 5c Josh Qwings fiftyseven 1550lb at 525nine rie 1450b at 510 Mt rling SentinelDemocrat tEBurglarlOUSbank and postoffice at Salt are getting to be very On Wednesday conif week the glass of the postI door was broken out the building entered and the casn wer robbed of a few dollars e stamps therein not being taken Postmaster Sherman Gul dispatched for Capt V G liams bloodhounds in Fayefte nty and one of the best nan ri Nick Carter was brought Thursday and put in the office dog struck a trail and follow it to Midland City east on the railroad about li miles There trail was lost It is supposed burglars boarded a train alreJackson of this town was re to assist in the search LLSOLD46acre farm the Mrs Miner Trumbo place on White Oak I Geo W Boyd for 1500 pos ssibn to be given March 1 1907 Snedegar sold out his ill rest in the liverr stable here to partner Nathaniel Markland d is thinking of moving to Mt erling THE MEETING The protracted cheetingatnducted byElderI J Spencer Lexington continues sus ined interest on the part ofthe blic Ltc VALIDJUdgeAWYoungwns last week and rendered his decision in the Sharpsburg graded school tax case by en tering an order in the Circuit Clerks Office dissolving the tem 1O raY injunction issued by Cir cuit Clerk J J Mark and stating that an opinion at length would be delivered at the October term of Court The tax will now be collected SUED FOR DAMAGES On Mon w tocalthsKentuckyfiledSprings Co for 500 damages on the charge of suffering gaming on the Olympian Springs prom ises A damage suit of this kind is a novelty hereshBASKET MEETING Rev E GloB Mann of Lexington will quarterly meeting at the Mt PS shundaywill be a basket dinner on the ground and a large crowd is ex p ectedpTAKE NOTICE That any prop erty on which taxes due the City of Owingsville up to and inclua ing 1905 have not been paid by Saturday Sept 22 will be adver tised and sold at the Courthouse door as soon thereafter as thci law will permit j rT3tCLYDEBYRON Collector FARM FOR SALE The 136acre Chas G Whaley farm on head waters of White Oak Creek Bath Co Ky For price and terms apply to the undersigned agents fo p2tU G WHALE TEACHERS IN STI T U T ETh InstituteJSlarge ddominatingSterling is the instructorI Gov BECKHAM Suddenly af rer seven years in the executive Sffice he becomes a temperance suspeetdallowed Sunday saloons as well is poolselling and other forms 0111 flourish bne1d ontin advance of hiYamval the a ai iloomhis closest political allies until VthaVe been the liquor and Vi bhv 5ifiiVVl ljai3vie Thcfhavefor his machine hands and con atitly have been called upon for ore suddenchange on the eve of campaighhas come over him old allies or tnohgthem tnlawfulyet discovered that poolselling nd other forms of gambling OJlI ed days as well as Sundays is a crime That may come to him Owensboro Messenger eAe Jonathan Edward had often b c thurche s thgecles were a vanity and molasses corn balls as the fleshpots of fineSundaylittle Jonathan Edward who ll agreed was marked for thm t Iictuary It was momentous and solemn occasion the little saints precmctsTherea s heemedand then becoming thoughtful hw bhispermonkeyWhen recovered her liiy rdeartheres tfswasI thought there would be a mon key tooBuffalo Commercial SHE WAS GONEAt a rodent gathering of the clergy of his di ocese Bishop Lawrence says the Boston Herald told the following story on one of those present There was in this clergymans congregation a woman named Thatcher who had the reputation of being a geat gossip and a didspedeJghtof her minister and picking to pieces the other members of the goodiescap out of the back door and remained away until he thought it safe to return One afternoon niter staying out the usual two hours he re turned home nndimmediatelyup on opening the door called to his wife in tones of resignation Mary has that cat gone yet repultiia O plied Yes dear long ago and Mrs Thatcher is nwU I t it i1- a TilE CHRONIC BORROWEI Ev erybody knows from experience that the chronic borrower is al ways with us but it remained for a Winchester lady to get rid of one of this undesirable class This particular lady and herfam ily are lovers of a cup of cof fee and always buy the best to be had This lady was afflicted with a neighbor who is a chronic borrower and who is also a lover of good coffee and two or three times a week came over to ask the loan of enough of the grain make coffee for breakfast be use her grocer had failed to send it up in time Unfortunate ly for the accommodating lady who furnished the coffee the quantity returned was invariably muchIe hit upon a scheme that proved winner A couple of pounds of w grade coffee was purchased pl th joee was given the required quan out of this can The quantity returned continued to shrink and two or thr e weeks the two ounds of coffee had vanished and the cart was empty Then the orrowing lady was told of the plan adopted and right there the accommodating lady lost a friendI and was also glad to get rid off a borrowing nuisance at the cost o thirtyfive cents Winchester D alemocratPOINTED PARAGRAPHS Often love at first sight is due to an oversight A little widow With a dimple is a dangerous thing Poets are born and so are gListenand then follow your own No man is truly in love if he foolishi have prac tically nothing in common Compiling family trees is an in to more or less ft g ioingyer Its safer to guess than to pre ietand its equally uncertain h liaveup in the world poorandplPudbutYhO i ng rich and humble It doesri t cost half asimUch t- yc 0d as it does td make a favorable 1mpreSSlOnon the neighbors It eorncHjnci 1Pjm ll rt s icr i Irian gets his price the law steps in and compels him to hand it backvman very to marriages are made in heaven until he has been married about ix months Dont think thatbecause ama U i AbleWhen a husband is hif subject of a neighborly con versation she never says whatsh 0 really thinksChicago News CATS EYE SIGNAL LIGHTS Did verse a black cats yes when they were in the line f an electric lightU asked Ben Woodlief traveling engineer for he Missouri division of the Burl igton road If one steps on e railroad track ahead of the S Pcshim as large and clearly de fined as any signal lights on the road 1Sometimesost generally green or white n the night time of course the engineer cant see the cat and all he can do is to run in obedi cIfhead without slacking if green Ohetimes a train i brought to a halt efore the engineer learns what PS against him t thea c Citsalk of training cats to act as sig nal men Engineers wouldn for it becapse they hate ifat3onthey had their way would be happy to lay the feline family on the rails ahead of their locomo tivQsand crowd on all steam Boston Transcript A SUGGESTED SUBSTITUTE In a balmy night in June they stood he and she hand in handI beside the garden gate It is so hard U he murmured white a mild air sweet with the srnell of hyacinths lifted the ebon curls upon his broad high forehead tis hard dearest to say goodnight Dont say itthen barked tin 2 old lady from her bedroom dow Goodmorning be better any way Its c10seon to 12 A DISTINCTION Why do you insiiit on annoying the neighbors instead of playing in your own yardfJ asked t e man Because JI answered the pre cocious youngster when motto h er tells on us fathers likely punish us but when the neigh bors tell on us lIe just says boys will be boysH f rt ti jc h7i OUR NEW ORGAN Bobby had early shown a great interest in anatomy and always drank in o partfday he came to his mother in great perplexity and said Mother I know where my liver is but where is my bacon SURE TO FOLLOW T methinksjForMen set up the drinks the drinks Upset the menPhiladelphia countrjNo BArrWasgood fishing up in the where you went last No couldnt get any bait Why how was that countyPhiladelphIa MOST ANNOYING Now that all these summer boarders is so urnm here said the rustic on e cracker barrel I reckin yer heavyrp taostmastergravatin Sometimes I dont git time to read all the postal cards I IGNORANT OF LEGAL TERMS Tarantula TomWhy did Bill plug th tenderfoot LavaBed PeteIt all come o Bills distressin ignorance o1 leg terms T Tllow uz that t L B IWelI Bill owed the shorthorn some money an was sorter lov about payin so the sayinIJI And Bill thought that w ant a un play so when he meets up ith the stranger he draws on him first It was a misunder tandinCleveland Leader SLANG FROM JAPANESE lAID The all around aptitude of the Japanese is a constant wonder to- em said a woman who has a Japanese maid of all work of whom she is very fond Noth ng escapes them not even our idioms The other night I had some people to dinner and Anita had made a special and a most toptilsome desert I wanted a ttle more I threw her a ques t t againsthein her native costume as pretty as a picture on any fan erstood perfectly Folding her arms in a final way she said Inn soft but determined mn r V4fcig 3purJ V EYESlvisitedazoologi 11 garden He stood fascinated before a age containing chimpanzee and could not be induced to move After a while the animal came to the front of the cage and Uncle b spoke to him Howdy he said howdy The chimpanzee not making any response Uncle Abe chuck led and winked at him knowingly wayterdoEf you does white man put er hoe in yer hanen mek yer wukHarpers Weekly CollunissionersSale John Donalson plaintiff vs H Stephens c defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered in the Bath Circuit Court at the May term 906 in the above styled case the undersigned Master Commission er will on MONDAY SEPT 10th 1906 at about one oclock p m eed to offer for sale to the high st bidder at public auction ii- front of the Courthouse door in- wingsville Bath county Ky following described property towit a tract of land situated in Bath county Ky on the waters of Slate Creek and bounded on he north by the lands of Mrs Carpenter and Winfield n er on the east by Slate o jfry Bittinger and on the west by the lands of IL H Lane contain ing about two hundred acres of land and being the same land eon veyed toP H Stephens byM P Stephens by deed recorded in Deed Book No 58 page 217 in the Bath County Court Clerks Office Said la aor so much thereof will be sold to satisfy first the debt interest and cost of John Donalson which amount to1 366065 and secondly the debt interest and costs of the Owings ville Banking Company which amount to 114390 both debts interests and costs aggregating 480455 Terms Sale will be made on a credit of six months for onehalf of the purchase price and twelve months for the other half The purchaser will be re quired to execute bonds with ap proved security for the purchase price payable to the plaintiff and bearing six per cent interest from date of sale until paid and to have the force and effect of a replevin bond A lien will be retained on said land to secure the payment of the purchase money H S GOODPASTER Master Commissioner B C C A B WHITE Attorney lIrj t tS 3 f aJj y ty 7 itBUGGY 1 T e I IHarncssJ save you money c 1 t I am yours for the best Saddles and Harness EUGENE MINIHAN Iifjr FURMITUR E 5JAND UWDBBTAKINffW- e ijl J EdvnldL Barnes of Owingsville and Wm 1ets rflafely of Bethel have associated ourselves to engage uuthe furru A 1 fi re and undertaking business IIi Owzngville and r kfuI1y 80r cit a share of the peoples trade Prices of sill cbmpWtors meL 7 See uS before buying elsewhere Embalming doion the true principles of the art AUcaBsm promptly day or night J BARNES PETERS SS j 20000 IN pnD Owingiwflfe Th OwrngsvilleKy THE BIO BLUE6RASS =pAIR SS l 12 tf Jt LE8INGaON j r BPTBED ffi 1 l14i I A Tie biggeShDfnlietfdtiWe hMd Jtlieoutaaftatti IncKvf bclassesoffvooc and AjrlculturaJ PrpJucts Koppa fawiotiSiMUttary mu3eMentaoiaI1sorts ForCMIoguoandotkcrIeM1ozfdrc5s QEO A BAlNSecytl LexiugtoKy FOR VIRplNBA Screened Lump and Elitii O5 Cannel c OAL tf 7L r a r rk pfq ti 3 Write or Telephone ta- ROSE RUN IRON Cir iLJt TTD1 JflJOB PRiNTiNG Remember that THE OUTLOOK is prepared to print letterheads noteheads labels billheads envelopes cards re ceipts invitations and all sorts of business stationery on the best stockin tasteful style at the most reasonable prices Compare our work with that turned o tby any ob office dnd you Will find it to your advantage to have us do your work We also print posters dodgers pamphlets and everything usually tbyacountryjoboflieWe in any quantity blank deedsmott gages oil leasesandother blanks SGHOOLTAX At a meeting of the Board Of Trustees of the Graded School District No 1 Bath County Kin tucky held August 16th 1906 an advalorom tax of twentyfive 25 cents on each one hun dred dollars worth of taxable property of said district as assessed arid equalized for county tax ation and a poll tax of one dollar on each white male resident of the district was levied for school purposes for 1906 tax is due and payable to the Treasurer at his grocery store in Owingsville Ky Sep tember 6th 1906 and if not paid on or before November 6th1906 penalty of 5 per cent additional will be collected as provided by law S D THOMPSON TreJisurcr District No1 0 wings 111K IL 1 i i O A4rA 5 tiF l k00 55S tj j Jo V 1 i v in Pdc1e1 v a t i20 IN mi 1 i all I l ATCU l S P IIfON J It E jtPr1 tlt ifV 7 f Groceries rrjtfft Notions JtiiV Fiesh confectioreii i U Fresh Vegetables I Goods Delivered Rromp tf t r Telephone No S i OWINGSVILU 1 tKJ t G fi fl r ICE10riWc i nish ice in any quantityat 0t low prices Delivery at i r any time during wwktan1 I fe until s oclock anh Sun 1t days Ice can bSt r dp i itTeIephonA211 Reid MetcaIf fi t OwrngsvtUo Ky t t 5iSuq 4 J 4 1 ii z t Ir 1 t ij tl i 0 J t H SI 7 5 tf vtJ Wi 1J r V 1 h ftt t i J t r ri4b t b l t t t vv 9i1 e Outlook CO Publisher r KENTUCKY il of Easy Credit- s4ploor moderate rosourc- irJ given to living beyond the the effort to keep up with I v jj tfchor contemporaries Is a fact 8 established The Massachusetts t yjireau ot labor statistics arrived at UI old conclusion by a now route b 1Ft1 B0 doing It suggests that to tho tdII the Installment system moral as well iA aa economic unwisdom may attach Tho bureau has gathered figures to show the uncollectible indebtedness roofvery large figures A disregard is In t UI evidence amazing In the aggregate liWITS grocers and other small trades men It la implied in the report that to the spreading of the Installment business to an extreme much of this nil is traceable Credit has become bSdebt are more lightly regarded Aa agaInst traders too who merely keep books an Immense advantage for col iiectIons rests with dealers who ho Idly lcontracts with forfeiture of goodsmone of tho penalties ot regu lar payments The argument is not tgatnst tho installment principle bIpart payments is a great help It is t special providence to many young people starting at housekeeping It has assisted in the building of count less homes These accompllshmenijustify its arks the Now York Press that tho LsSpute Extravagance loses its warn- Ing4 face when It is represented by a imall sum perweek or per month In toad of a largo sum cash down I Dangerous AntiFat Treatment Fat girls who aro Inclined to drink vinegar and eat pickles In tho hope igIfrom the fate of Annie Gross a 25 rearold St Louis woman Sho was t stout and had been dieting to re 1 4uco her flesh She ate no meat or f heavy food and neighbors gave the IInformation thy she had made a lI eating from a dozen to two dozen sour pickles a day and Srinklng from half a pint to a pint 0 Dt vinegar every 24 hours Sudden death came to her Sunday evening when she had left a party of her friends to get a drink of water At 2 the autopsy physicians found the In ser walls of the stomach almost com pletely eaton away The cause off P fleath was given as hemorrhage of the stomach and acetic poisoning p lue to pickles and vinegar It Is- f l easy says the Chicago Sun to see how such results would naturally I r tome more quickly to a stomach that was deprived of other classes ot food 1similar condition has often been found In the stomach of men who 0 were small eaters and habitual drink ers of large quantities of hard cider I Sj The stomach is not a proper recepta 4h s tie Into which to pour quantities of ng acIds j Nle r t Last week Mrs Elizabeth Hunt traveled through Connecticut In a t motor car Nothing strange about t a t that an automobile excursion Is without significance but It happens tho lady on this particular car was centenarian A very Jolly one she must t be for she has gone five years above tSvorite vehicle But Mrs Hunt is the now woman the very newest woman in fact When at the age of 105 she enjoys life as though she were 1 only 50 And who shall say this now t aote of the day the woman of 105 is not to be the answer to Dr Osiers 5theoifl One who doesnt weary of life womaiIa Incapable of perennial youth the out look would be boresomo in the ex a treme Mrs Hunt however is a liv ing example of the Inocuousness oa agepWith the promise this year of one of the largest grain crops the country has ever known there Is room for In abcalities fair yIeld Is predicted In 2tostof the wheatgrowing regions of tSlarge enough for oldworld consump lion It Is dear that the prospect Is good for heavy importations as usu- alp and the United States will be the t saain source of supply This Is the general situation and it should help j to promote stability here for big grain crops and large exports of b breadstuffs are among tjie influences that guarantee prosperity I The predictions on the wheat crop l of 1906 range from 700000000 to 740 0000 bushels These are based on acreage and on condition at the pro I I ant time when a large part of the crop Is harvested In 1901 the crop I0Jv700000000 mark The yield for 1906 is certain tolIe next to the largest I f ever gathered As corn gives prom lee to break all records In magnitude the American farmer conUnues to be IB clover Over in Morocco the sultans troops L fcava recently been parading with the la I a heads of the pretenders followers tuck on their bayonets It looks as I though the pretender would be like t 7f ly to advance his own interests ceasing to pretend and going into 1A t some other Use of business aUjS qAPhiladelphia court has decided I that a love letter can not be probated as a will ILls clear that in such pro 1 0 b O IICUODS the sound and dlsPy t J 1l 1a4 Is entirely absent 4 4 J wonders never cease A man has Tl f r beeR injured In a Frenchduel and a BouthLo American revolutiont JI t J o I aboutto i i 15tim to be considered one of the T11 1tt ttasdard nthors Ilr99 Lr allowance or pickles for the il t t j Jsa8 be decreased Let IB hope t t t HkI thhig will be true of the0 I i rJ trw It rvevarlety I j i1r I1 i rJ orfH rf tt 7 j h h o Pt X i oJ tJ f rj w oJf I 1 f IMo t ii ilIfILtI 2rJ4arbI r1 t JJ r t rft Jl t 1r Yt t1nk rj J I S l Ijp y 4 =if ft tT- q1Zb 1 1 Lavender reiJlhtons Lovers By OLIW B 5TROHM CopyrIght brOllrU B Strohm CHAPTER XII CONTINUED But the young man Interrupted Im patiently I will not budge until I have seen her I cant go to her house any more and she promised to meet me hero tonight But if you love her you oughtnt to let her make such a promise It is a great risk for her to come alone eo late and against her fathers wishes But what aro we to dot tho youth demanded hotly Never see each other again and all for a drunkards whim Absurd I have told him that we are to be married as soon as I can support a wife If ho refuses to eve in my good intentions what more can I doZ In a conciliatory tone the woman advised Walt he may feel different some day Then tentatively she ventured It Ight satisfy him if you would visit Susan moro openlywith tho knowledge of your family Nonsense It Is not worth while them with my lovo affairs and well he spoko confidentially for wine is a leveler of rank you know my family would not care for the con nection Im waiting forI scarcely now what I only know that Susan s an angel and Im not going to be bulldozed out of her society She will come hove tonlght But you will not be here the octoroon pleaded dont risk It tonight Her father suspicions that there is to bo a meeting anda crazy drunkard ho may be but his aim Is true his trigger quick Be careful and good nightSo gently urging she coaxed and pushed him toward the beach where his skiff was anchored The Spaniard partly from interest In Lavenders brother partly from an ro CHUCKLING AND TALKING UNDER HIS BREATH idle curiosity followed at a safe dis tance In time to hear the rest of the conversationYou see her tonight and ex plain my absence Gerald asked and the woman promised And tell her ho continued that I wilHnoctJier the rIght of the merry making In Rogers Ill sup off from the dance and join her here about midnightby the pollard window at the curve In the road Toll her not to falll The night of the sixth I will come surely Remember you are my friend Belle and hers And Miss Lavenders the octoroon added She might not want me o help In this affair but it is better than open war with that poor old fa ther and sowell Ill do what I can Gerald bade her a hurried goodnight and rushed off She watched him as he made his way to the sandy beach There was measuredIplash of oars then with a sigh of relief the woman turned and reentered the tavern In the darkness the listener stood alone pondering upon what he had heard Tonight Senor Gonzagas mind was bent upon one hope and how to ccomplish it To his temperament assion was allabsorbing It was hIs boast that love or any woman was while It lasted the one thing worth living for And now this habit of amorous trjfllng bad grown to an nn le purposeto win and keep Its object Everything therefore appealed to him only as It might affect hat purpose Thus when he overheard Gerald arrange a midnight meeting with a woman wild thoughts surged through his brain What use could he make ot this Intelligence to aid his cause with Lavender He might bring herhere to witness the meet Ing but no he would gain nothing but Geralds illwilltShould he try to make her jealous by pretending that he himself was to meet this Susan t This Idea too he rejected For It was his wish rather to convince her of his devotion and he would like some opportunity to place his own suit in favorable contrast to that of Winslow who to this hotheaded Spaniard seemed a tardj In this same laggard his lady had Implicit faith what if he could shake It How if he might so ar range it that Winslow would appear as the lover of this rustic maid He would like to make use of this mid- nIght meeting to cast a stain upon his rival in the eyes of the girl they both l ovedlBut Winslow was not here could he bring him here The Idea once rooted in his mind grew to a settled scheme as brooding on it he slowly paced the weedy sandbeaten shore Within the public house the brawlers were assembled some at tables oth rers leaning against the board on up right posts which served as bar Behind this with much clatter of mugs and bottles stood the man from New Orleansonce the wealthy planter now the keeper of this little tavern In the wilderness At a signal from the octoroon the landlord began to clear the room of loungers dismissing some pores ip- HARMLESSIDIOSYNCRAS r Bilas Hail a Queer Way of Acting When He Got a Little Riled Mrs Compton looked at her old friend with a slightly defiant gaze So you heard Id married into a petI cullar family she said SlOWlY Well I wont deny but what the Comptons havo got some ways that arent just like everybodys else But toy kosband is Jugt about tks same as tli fLi i1 tt 1ft JiI 411 srIcL ff w J ji tNMr cajoling others untIl fewi reo malae4nAmong tho last was a man past middle life with a face so marked by driak and evil passions that there was little reminder of features that had once been handsome The misshapen body was too small for the head which barcjy reached above the level ot the table Before him stood a glass of spirits which he drained noisily The landlord removed tho empty glass ignoring his demand to fill er up againa dJabetnightfuThe mans companions shuffled out but ho remained obstinately Here I sit go on to bed of ye want to Im waltln for compny home and jewgave a hoarse sardonic laugh While yet her master argued with Itosound triThere in the dense shadow straight and slim as the sapling against which orshemoved nor spoke until the others muf liAticmitlip Hush your father is there and hoaltoknows you expect to meet Mr Gerald tonight and they had some word Lan but- teWas anybody hurt breathed ti girl in a frightened whisper liut the dark woman reassured her I took It upon myself to persuade him to go home sho said humbly I knew you would not want hi inu to risk any more trouble Unheeding the girls deprecatory Interruption the octoroon continued He left word for you to meet him the night of the sixth There Is to be a dance in Rogers barn and Mr Gerald will come here afterwards Bo at the pollard willow at tho curve in the rood about midnight I hate to give a mes sage telling you to come out at that time of night but ho seemed set on it Excuse me Miss Sue but I wish for the day when you and he can meet before the village In the open light The young girl winceduYes Belle In quality fashionwe may someday In the meantime she ended In a passionate whisper that was half a sob I must see him and this way is better than none The octoroon gave a hurried glance toward the tavern You bad better run on home now Miss Sue your father might come out any minute Are you afraidt From behind the horizon the moon throw sickly beams over the tree tops It lit up the wan faces of the two womenthe girls tender and soft with taand dark with earnest eyes full of loyal affection Sho repeated Can you go back alone Sue Miller brushed the straying locks from her forehead with a defiant nod The small checked shawl that had half slipped from her shoulders she knotted loosely about her head Ill come as Gerald tells me to without f failthe turning yonder Yes Ill remem ber and with a parting good night she sped down the road that led away from tho settlement to tho gloomy cabin on tho edge of the common field Within the tavern the argument proceeded They call me Branchwater mando they And my gal Branch water Suo Well let em call us what they p1easen be damned Et r don want ter dig a well aint that my business Ef branch waters good enough fer me to drink talnt them as has ter drink it Shlfless am I Wen Its mo My gal earns a livln fer us both does she Well Its her I ask naught o their cursed set but to be let alone Ill show em that a branch water man Is smart enough ter look arter his kin spite of any upstart with his danty airs In this strain he muttered half to himself half aloud until the fan of words cooled his rage In silence he watched tho woman as she went quietly about putting the place in order while the landlord adjusted the bars at the Wlndows By and by his suspicions lulled he too shuffled nto the dork neiis The moon had utterly withdrawn her l tatightapurpleskTOnc road Jabez Miller slunk silly from right to left peering Into the shadows at every turn Satisfied a retabout he followed the path she had taken a short while beforesThe branchwater was some distance away from the center of titsvillage Unsightly and forlorn brown and dingy logs were scarce dis tinguishable In the dark Thick tam 5 ky5a3b ifranchesto obscure all light and air Underneath one of these the man pausPd Lifting his crooked body on tiptoe he carefully examined the trunk whereon rewoplainly marked Two or three others near bore the same sign Mine mine this land Is mine Hen muttered then walked to where were traces of earth newly turned These he covered with brush and leaves all the while chuckling and talking under his breuth When no sign remained of the hole which had been partly dug and left in evident haste like a grave defrauded the hunchback went on to the cabin dragging his tired feet overI the uneven path Light shone from the window and through the chinks In the logs At the door he paused to listenIIs that you father came SuesI voice from within and she lifted thei enatchthe door He glowered suspiciously around Been out hev yebSue did not fiercely Did ye see him tonight Did ye see the stylish blackguardswouldnt stay tar face ter like a man but sneaked off to LilaDontdaughters lips then gently going up to him It is because you are old father or much older than him that Mr Creighton does not want a fight Slightly mollified he reverted to the former question Did ye see him tonight Susan Answer The girl lowered her eyes as sho re other folks most o the time The old friend gave her the smile of one who is open to conviction but said nothing related Youths Com panloe Hes got one little peculiarity said Mrs Compton moved to cot ill jlence by the smile Its known In the amlly but I dont speak of it out side however you being an old school friend and living way out west I feel different The smile grew more encouraging and ynipatketjt f r j j t Iio IT N Id t t plied evasively I did not l han ot seen him since you forbade him the houseThis seemed to satisfy her father for he let go of her shoulders which he had held In a rough grip and turned to the seat In the chiranoyaldo where he lit a pipe Susan watched him every ner aqulver every expression roveahl the strife between filial affection and the Inborn refinement upon which his conduct and appearance grated ct the daughters part and yet he isguBt and fear within bounds ii from her own heart was a piti l effortfleShe said goodnight and was going off to bed when ho stopped hor That fellers got wind o my find and that Ii hy hr wants yer Susan returned to his side Indeed you aro mistaken father When you discovered the coal didnt I promise to keep It secret And I have liouc lit uth 1 have lion fathers small eyes contracted In a cruel leer Ye hev boy yeT Then why does ho gallivant after yet There aint no reason for scch a high and mighty chap hangln round unless e knows my land is rich and is will In r marry ye to git ahold of It She shuddered at this and her faco grew white as he added with a look of evil Insinuation Or maybe he haint o 0 11Chokingt uaenfather but he must first help his own family to make their home As I promised you I have lot him think me p aloorntiltzBut her father Interrupted with sudden suspicion Mobbe ho saw where I hod been diggln tho well He nones around a good deal like all the rest o the meddlesome set worryln on account o our drlnkln the branch water Calls mo for not S ihOdid I find Coal Coal everywhere Ill be rich rich and all from takln their advice bless em The light of the miser shone In his eyes and ho laughed low with triumphant derision Why dont you want It known father the girl pleaded Nobody would cheat you out of it the land Is o thursOurs yes but who kin prove IU These tomahawk rights are damned onsrtln things and some o the big bugs in the village might take a no tion to some o that there coal Then how long would a few scratches in the t threesb droughtstool with a defiant thwackIll lay low for tho present and after a few months the claim will be mine sure as shootin There are better ways han tomahawk rights and ye kin hot Ill use em Nobody knows of the vein but this smoothjawed lover of yourn and I wish ho was in hell But father what makes you think that GeraldMr Crelghton suspects Why should he And if he did wouldnt ho talk to me about It lIe is always saying how sorry ho Is that wo havent any prospects so that oh try to think Im right She knelt on the tiny rug at his feet uHe Is not mean belies no underhand e m Diewellthe fair faos was suffused as at some fond recollection But the branchwater man pushed her roughly away while his face al read with drink changed to p tin pIe tinder thi VfloIcncer6f emper tijustknow how to look after ye ef ye cant take care of yourself and damn me el I dont dolt Its one of two rCi tethatonthlsvoice died away to a llireat- enlngwhlsper hissed between clenched t eeththFull of a vague alarm Susan slipped away to her own little curtained cor nero while her father nursing wrath and greed and plotting revenge altr nately smoked and dozed the night away CHAPTER XIIL w 1ttasfrom the windows twinkled back to the otars and the twang of a laboring fiddle mingled with the voice of ono calling off the dance The country for miles around had lent to the frolic aIcrowd of pleasure seekers Lack of fine clothes kept none at home jeans loleevetumultuous whirls of Old Zip Coon There was no social distinction in this western community where all were linked together for mutual pro t IraectiqilEven among the tongues there was diversity A Frenchmans voulez vc tuso m byea gay Well I reckon from a come ly Kentucky lass or even a graclas t Senor lisped through the white to itlioof a Spanish maid But there was an instinctive recog a ition ot Lavenders superiority of birth and breeding which while It gratified her pride interfered with her pleasure The youths of the back woods sons of the pioneers were in terestlng from their unlikeness to any men she had ever known Rough manners like their buckskin coats concealed hearts for the most part honest s ntrengthIn her romantic eyes many defects of andIwould have to dance to cider or play drop the handkerchief ask e tiaylytimidly held aloof and she was dependent for the evenings entertain ment upon Gerald and Gonzaga The atter never left her side There had een a short but significant scene between him and Gerald the night bo ore Meeting the younger man be istoppedTha little sum you owe meFrelghtona few dollars only ci come at presentIs It ready To Ba Continued SoreEeadirSpacer I have been trying to think of a unique caption for the column ofnwedding announcements EditorHead It Rumors cfWar k Judge Its nothing that worries monot really said Mrs Compton hasti iyw Its just a little habit Silas has got Into When hes riled Instead of s Lyv Ing much he goes up to the garret a adntakes everything out of my old ph cotbag and puts it on over his head and ties it round his waist good and hard and sE ttibie till he feels better I suppose some folks would call that a kind of a peculiarity but I never take any notice of it only I toll him hes got to put the pieces back and be t does Ii rtiIt t j4 i ttI j a t L i I VIGILANCE OF THE PAb 3NCC MORE SAVED THE THE RUSSIAN RUL luge Bomb Concealed In a Ba Fruit Carried To TsarskoeStV V veBy Two Terrorists 3 t St Petersburg Aug 27An attena o kill the czar was frustrated on hlfPa succeeded In forcing an entranc nto tho courtyard of tho imperial rej dencc One of the men carried a hug wmb concealed in a basket of fruj rad both were armed Their action irousod the suspicions of several d he palaco guards who placed tho twj ItInen under arrest When they we searched the instrument of death wa lis covered and they wera placed I lolltary confinement One of the men was first seen insld die palace grounds by a sentry wh lalted him and questioned him close y Tho man gave a satisfactory ila nation of his presence there bu1 ihortly after ho acted so suspicious Jiat the sentry placed him under or est The prisoner then attempted tt ilgnal to Iris accomplice who wa holdlngheUon of the men at the offices of iccret police disclosed tho fact thai hoy wore from Moscow and were nown to bo in sympathy with tho Ton wist movement Tho arrest of the o terrorists on tho threshold of the ara palace created Intenso excite ncnt and tho Imperial guards and the lecret police made a hurried search ot ho palaco and Us extensive grounds Slain By a Girl Gen Min special agent of the czai ojthof which for cruelty is surpassed b jo armed force in Russia was assasv ilnated at Peterhof An iSyearold girl was the assassin 5ho sent five bullets into the generals body and ho died Instantly The crime was committed within a stones throw of tho winter palace ot e czar Gen Min his wife and their chllj iron were in the railway station at Peterhof awaiting a train when the tlrl entered leaped upon a bench and taking careful aim emptied a revolver it Gen Min Every shot took effect e first in the back the others In hide and breast as he wheeled in the llrection of his assailant Tho crime was highly tragic Gen ilins children screamed with terror1t and clung to him as he reeled The generals wife was the coolest person in the station She made a lash for the girl seized her by tha aalr and dragged her to tho floor Sho held the struggling prisoner until nards came to relieve her Then the girl wildeyed and dishevel Inwblchacy that many other oppressors of the people would share the fate of Min WOMEN FOLKS d ChurchGoing as Men Had a Lynching To Attend To theICalhoun La Aug 27 While women folks were at church Alfred Schnufniet negro 26 was strung fromj i telegraph polo In tho heart of IbWD and this placartl posted where A l could read It This is a warnlnr all negroes who would attempt f force an entrance to tho roomp white women The lynching war bmpt deviewed the swinging body whlcl broughoutMiss Olive Chambliss a bea young lady was awakened by the- nceo of tho negro in her roor e made a desperate attempt at cr al assault but she fought him off U antly A posse tracked him to tho woods where ho was captured Ho confessed his guilt with a coolness and Indifference to consequences that 11amazod his hearers Lord Curzon Coming New York Aug 27Lord Curzon Is coming over with his motherinlaw Mrs Levi Z LoIter In a few weeks andthe Leiter residence In Washington The chief object of his visit will ok to after ths estate of the late Lady urson Krlegerbund Meets Dubuque la Aug 27Tho Deiit scher Kriegerburid of North Americas twentyfirst convention opened with a parade of visiting delegates and local organizations followed by a reception nnd bane concert His Leg Torn Off Houston Tex Aug 27At Batac il field Fred Bell attempted to start a gasoline engine His foot slipped w liheeldied soon afterwardssA Street Carnage Yudovfrfc Russia Aug 27After a meeting of workmen which was addressed by exMember of Parliament Mlchllchonko shots were fired This resulted in an encounter between ti10kworkmen and Cossacks latter firmjine volleys killing 8 and Boys Make Dizzy Dives Pittsburg Aug 27ln the presence of two thousand people four boys leap d from tho top of the Plttsburg Junc on railway bridge 110 feet into tho Allegheny river None was injured and all swam ashorehAuto Run Down By Car Providence R L Aug 27A tour Ing automobile containing seven pe rwsons was run down by a trolley car atoLakewood The chauffeur Oliver La Belle was killed instantly and Aimed razeau tho owner of the machine probably fatally injuredeFor a Polar Flight London Aug 27A Christiana correspondent says that a steamer from Spitzbergeu reports that the Wcllman orth pole expedition shed and balloon were finished and that Mr WeKman intends shortly to make a trial trip Supplies the Reds Hamburg Aug 27A search of the room occupied by a young Russian hitlesand bIlls of lading for ship In ients of ammunition and explosives io Russian Baltic portsbWhy He Is Dead Ruthven la Aug 27M G An tJed015Sp Thet i I A lr t ji IIJ1 t c Who a totcar4t this den dark knIv k arm 5 i and i the j t tl 4 0 Ir I 4 r k dll C5i 0 by which he could be luimu mrTpolice believe he was killed in a house of ill repute Coroner Frank e uried the body but the police offit Iloneixhumed and embalmed that It e IdentifiedhBarth Wants the Oratory Louisville KyMayor Pa Barth has sent letters to Gov Beckt ham and Senator James 3 McCreary a debateskingIn Louisville The mayor assured the governor and the senator that would have great crowds to hear A Caesarlari Operation Lexington KyA Caesarian tion was performed by Dr A H ley upon Mrs Katrina Rosenbauer wife of Rudolph Rosenbauer by girl baby was taken tram mothers side The operation was a success and both are doing nicely Kentucky Corporations Frankfort KyTlie following com panies file4 incorporation articles with the secretary of state Security Realty Co Jefferson capital 157100 Pythian T 500empleB ousinessv railieMay Follow Her Brother Louisville KyMrs Louise K who Is despondent because her b Frederick Dlerson committed i several months ago tried to end her fe by cutting her throat three times itha razor It Is not believed that he can recover OneTime Beauty Insane Lexington Ky Jane Cox who years ago was considered one of Kentuckybutiowa as a police character was udged Insane by a jury and o sent to an asylum Indorsed Beckham Frankfort KyThe Baptist ciation of Franklin county In c session Indorsed Gov Beckham dosingaiciiaving the county unit law enacted I ChargeLoulsVllle 21 ho claims to be a sou of the cashier f a bank at Frankfort Ky was arrested on the charge ot having victim Ized G H Eastes assistant manager of the Farmers Warehouse Co to the of 70pUprrLexington all as slstant engineer of the Lexington and y Eastern railway was appointed to succeed the late Rogers S Barr both as director and general manager of the road McDowell Turns Out Five Lexington KyT C McDowell has sent home from the east the raco 62 omes Gibson and Banner and three to to be turned out He has the cast yet Dashaway Lady Anne in inga Daughter and the 2yearold to Halifax and Hanzara Vale Bucket Shops Paducah KyThelClwer board of e general council has on suggestion J f Mayor D A Yeiser decided to com th ci the bucket shops to leave Paducab I go he action of the lower board has to d e acted on by the alderman t io 111 if I j u Y t vij THE InSTATEpeople the known try REBUKED IMPOLITE NEGROES cause Then Followed the Catlettskurg until Youths and Carved Them quieting andAshlandRussell Ford of Catlettsburg Ky had than desperate encounter with a crowd of and negroes here Rarden and Ford had this called the negroes to task for refusing than ve ladles their seats in a street which while coming from Catlettsburg to sistible city The negroes followed Rar Ited and Ford to the Ironton 0 landing and attacked the boys ferryI clpallty the with razors and save mineesperat ployerelyscore too Iwar Hard freelyenwhile Ford received two severs re the knowhpar otcapedIn col questcircles terbaseballhave ableformednegroes eats lyingHISriven Into a Tree When Farrald isfish Killed by Lightning less Lexington KyThe remains of W Ferrald traveling representative for for ho MontcnegroRlehm Music Co who than van killed In Wolfe county by light ing were shipped to his former home tlnu n Carter county Ferrald had been eat orking in the mountains and was rc urnlng to Torrent to take a train omc when a thunderstorm came up tune ad he took shelter under a tree way dy was burned from Read to Hat and is necktie was driven Into the bark the tree which was some 10 feet o birtmtheolderashed In his pocket The gold rurnthat Idlng the crystal was melted and had the face clito Rivpped1 In paper bills in his vest peelbctt itecrIspr chlldreni 4POISON BOTTLE too tIe I Brothers Hand but He Recdev Lifetjoylaviliemade a second and successful t to commit suicide with car cld Domestic trouble was the At 1030 oclock Nolan was t t with his mother and sister hlajssp iofore he could drink but ortiou his sister knocked the ut of his hand and through the Nolan darted out of the picked up the battle drank malhed of the poison and died ouJaXterwardWOMAN FOUGHT telvthe Jl rteraA ol aJlle Was Rescued anFulton wlthanature of the af hoilnolslacemay sherHer clothing was torn from her body yoheyhe was rescued by passengers The negro Is in jail under guard Strader Is Out Stnderhemto the Eastern Kentucky Insane nay aboutir 31theAnn Parker negresses died of heat diedfromv p UsrostratedLegLouisville J GalSc lagher agod 30 years who has but ne leg wa arrested here on a war fudUveed an installment house In NashvIlte rWould Stop Sale chairIcldeFidelity Trust Co filed a suit to 6th Join the general council from approv toLawrence Chnngtontho Chlvlngton Appointed No trol Judge of the Douglas park race meeting Martin Nathanson who will parktoIredIndefinite stay lan Ifsscnles fforState Lumber Co of LoulsvlllefZOOOa Louisville Gunning Advertisement Co I 150000 ea Strike Is Over a Paducah KyThe strike of the blacksmiths at the Illinois Central shops was settled by B E Averitt be off Ing placed back at work He was dJs but charged last week because he made a In reply to a command of the assistant wo- aymaster Lexington Salesman Killed Lexington W vo feeearscity was struck by lightning at Forap rent Wolfe county and insta fhereac heLouisvilleyear wantad for the last two years answer an indlctmput at Shepherds vllle chargTbg him tth having crlm ally assaulted Maud Akers 12 years and adopted as his daughter in her seventh Gr year was arrested here I Marlon Will Not Be a Candidateme braamesyoatNuvernor Crnd 4 er 4 4 sk I WHITE RIVER COUNTRY the opinion of one who has traY much and observed closely the truly and rightfully contented In the United States today are small landowners in what ifl as the Upper White River Coun anywhere from Newport Ark to t Carthage Mo They are contented be their surroundings are ideal and recently the great uneasy din world with Us artificial needs inadequate compensations has to them but little more tangible a dream Here still existent by reason ot their very rarity at d ay and time more delectabl in the past are the conditions 4 have ever appealed with Irre k force to the Independentsplr AngloSaxon Every man is the L supreme ruler of his own little prin t acknowledging no master the law and possibly his fern k helpmeet cringing to no em tc asking no favors from the save those that his neighbors i extend and expect as freely let Ho lives In a latitude where extremes of heat or cold are never n and at ac altitude that Insures ct health The richest bounty Nature has been showered upon 1I with unsparing hand but It Is a ion whether he more than dimly es the fact Ho accepts asa matcof course the fertile soil which i ces In abundance every cultlv t9 Z growth commoa to the north 1 erate zone the surrounding for of valuable woods and the under stratas of precious minerals the gs and streams of translucent purity on every hand the wealth of and game at his very door such aa favored mortals annually travel hundreds of miles to find He is con tented but small credit Is his for that how could he well bo otherwise content It Is sad tiat such idealistic conditions may not con e but It Is written that the pre possessors bf this favored load must soon give place to others more appreciative of Its Incomparable aea e s A railroad has recently cut Its through the best of this region the unaccustomed rustle of bank notes and chink of coin will eventually P tempt the hilldweller to part with his hright So It has always been In worlds history the good thingsIare ours without price invariably pass from our hands before we cdme understand their value The White er country will shortly be discov anew by a class of Immigrants r qr capable of judging its possibli sthe men who seek modest es where the lay of the land p will effectually prevent crowding by close neighbors where their cat can fatten on free range where p wealth of forest and mine awaits elopment by Intelligent workers and where the game and fish offer en able recreation to all who have 1 leisure and inclination for sport YOUNO COLONEL IN DILEMMA Ways f War Wer a New Thing t 4His Understanding At the Army and Navy club ta Washington a number ot veteran offi ce when Gen rs were telling stories Chaffee told this anecdote of Gen r Carr who died in New York some years ago 5I Carr at theu appears that Gen tbreak of the civil war had left oy to take command of a regtm nu Th e engagement in vJhfciLascci he flgured wasBIg His xe giJ1ieaitedor reel an d refrcshmentt pled had not yet experienced the ex tement of a skirmish It happened however that confederates were In ambush In the Immediate neighbor od and from a safe hiding place ey opened fire on the northerners Carrso the story runs Instantly put sir to his horse and dashed up to group of officers Excitement and wilderment were apparent upon his ung face as he approached the rty They are firing upon my regi ment he shouted My God Now what la to ba done Harpers Weekly f Schools Spreading In Chins A few years ago the foreign mis sio nary schools were practically the only Institutions In Foochow offering facilities for the acquisition of west era learning Thereare now at least Inative schools fashioned after the reign model Foochow is a city of SOOOOO inhabitants and these schools embrace about 2000 students Post era placarded all over the city advent e the opening of various modern hools which aro springing upJuj X every nook and corner of the place arcely a week passes without the announcement of the opening of a new school Another Triumph for XRays So successful has the application et rjthe Xrays been In the traiment of children suSrtag from ringworm thatX the Metropolitan Asylums Board Lon n has been enabled to discontinue e use of one of the two institutions reserved for such cases GOOD NIGHTS SLEEP Medicine so Beneficial to irajn y and Nerves r t t Lying awake nights makes It hard i keep awakeand do things in day e To take tonics and attain ts under such circumstances Is like setting the house on fire to seV you can put It out jThe right kind ot food promotes re freshing sleep at night and a wide 4Ating to GripeNuts and says For about three years I had been great sufferer from Indigestion After trying several lends of medl cine the doctor would ask me to drop potatoes then meat and so on In a few days that craving gnaw g feeling would start up and I uld vomit everything I ate and drank When I started on GrapeNuts mting stopped nail the bloating ling which was BO distressing din peared entirely My mother was very much both d with diarrhea before commenc the GrapeNuts because her atom h was so weak she could not digest r food Since using GrapeNuts she well and says she dont think she could live without It It Is a great brain restorer and nerve builder for I eta sleep as soaxil undisturbed after a supper of apeNuts as la the old days when could trot realiZe what they meant a bad stomach There is no dicine so beneficial to nerves and in as a good nights sleep such as u can enjoy after eating Grape tS Name given by Postum C Battto eek Mich Tfierss m rwuea r f It- J iir r z I F I 4 c BACKACHE IS RIDNEVACHE- b Get at the CauseCure the Kidneys Dont neglect backache It warns Ou of trouble tu the kldncs Aver the danger by cur ing the kidneys with Doans Kidney Pills J A Haywood a well known resident of Lufkin Tex says I wrenched my back working In a sawmill was laid up six weeks and from that time had II backJurine wan badly disordered tmd for a I I f gravelan back got well I havent had back R acho or bladder trouble since J Sold by all dealers 50 cents a box PostorMllbnrn Co Buffalo N Y DIAMONDS IN UNITED STATES Ai tones to the Value of 300 Found In Islng Year f Never In the history of the United t States has there been such a demand for diamonds as there was In 1905 Largo quantities were imported but the country produced none In 1903 it produced diamonds to tho value of 50 in 1901 it had an output worth 100 In 1900 its production was valued at 150 and In 1899 the country boasted native diamonds to the value of 300 v Diamonds have been discovered 1n 1 the United states In four different re- t gions but their actual place of ori S S gin is unknown All have been found in loose and superficial deposits and all accidentally Is not at all improbable how that some day the original kkItCS of this queen of gems may bo a The high price of dia lute made the recent search for f these precious stones in the United States and Canada keener than ever 4 t before Scientific Americana 4 BABY COVERED WITH SORES ifI Would Scratch and Tear the Flesh Un less Hands Were Tied Would 4 Have Died But for Cutlcura 1Mylittle son when about a year half old began to have sores cf m put on his face I had a physi clan treat him but the sores grow 4 worse Then they began to come on c his arms then on other parts of his I body and then one came on his chestc worse than the others Then I called another physician Still he grew worse At the end of about a year and a half of suffering ho grew so bad 1 t had to tie his hands In cloths at to keep him from scratching the iwsores and tearing the flesh Ho got to t mere skeleton and was hardly able to walk My art advised mo to I try Cutlcura Soap and Ontrn nt1s- ent to the drug store and got a cake of tho Soap and a box of the Oint moat and at tho end of about two months the sores were all well Ho has never had any sores of any kind since Ho Is now strong and healthy and I can sincerely say that only for I your most wonderful remedies my i 1recIous child would have died from 4 thoso terrible sores Mrs Egbert Sheldon R P D No1 Woodvlllo Conn April 22 1905 GIANT RiJiL F THE EA8T i LVi e J 0 Cj J4f Radishes ifunt1r China and InI iJitfaJapan lira as important and ubiqul 11 a tous a part ofcverjmealaslsbread in America Ih both countries manyI t irYmllllons ot bushels of this vegetable are grown every year and they are to be had at all seasons It is thus p easy to understand why these parts I of the world grow the strangest and biggest radishes known 4 The giants beside the little French Breakfast our American va riot are bdt babies beside the mon I store they gipw under the warm moist Influences of the oriental cU 3pij mate These radishes are grown on Amer lean soli fronV seeds Impor dbltheUnited States department pf agricul T ture from China Thejriake well to the American climate and probably would have weighed live pounds when full grown When these follows are grown in China they rapidly form a great bril liant red globe eight to ten inches I- nkI diameter and weighing sometimes 20 1U1doC Another kind Is snow white and E roVS a foot Jong and still another Is a brilliant green on the out aide and a beautiful wine red when t fthe skin Is cut Some of tSe t 4 t vegetables are exceedingly Ii qdelicate t i flavor and texture when ii grown under favorable conditions 1rz Cost Lives of Many Workmen In construcUng the East river tun t Eels New yorii city according to the Btatement of the engineer in g charge 14 men have succumbed as ftbe result pf wording in the high pres lure 34 pounds to the square incha i above toe aormal pressure ot the at 1 aoiperj i V DUBIOUS AbwrWhat Her Husband Would Say A Mich woman iyied Postum Food Coffee because ordinary coffee dis 1agred wtlh her and her husband She writes HHjbilsbarid was sick for three years with catarrh of the bladder and byaa asd in bed part of tho time 1 I had stqmach trouble was weak I + sdtrotlul so I Couldnot attend to e 4A 1IlY housework both of us using cot See all the lime and realizing it was marafuL r One morning the fgrocers wife sq4dsbe believed coffee was the cause of cmr trouble and advised Postum I X took it home rather dubious about I t fcat my husband would say he was r fcnd of coffee I But I took cotee right otfthe w table aad we havent used a cup of thckvever complains otfaeart palpitation r any more Hy stomach trouble went4 i 4away M two weeks after 1 began Post turn Mr cilidrwi love It and it does thorn dwhick cant be said of 0863 1 Aiaay yist ted uswhb Was always I fcalf sick I toldher Id make her a cupofPostumShesaidItwasjasto less stuff but she watched mo make l f it IrolllnE ittbproHghly for 15 mln t 1ItaSandlwseI1 done rsne sald Jlwa1 tj1ftdld Long boillag brings out the Ivor a4 food quality Name given a t PoatHra Co Battle Creek Mich Rued Xke little book kTho Road to t V HviHeH Ii pkgs Theres a reason i i riF tt f 4rj h 0 c f J tJjr to s t i ritQ tl fS fiI1Jf J 4 r S1 jH 1 tAY- I I fH tti r r b f M o 1 t toirv It 7 J t r v r THE TABERNACLETENTHIB A STOUT JoumrOrBy the Hishway and Byway Preacher Copyright wo nj ibe author w a KUoo Scripture Authority Exodus 40 1738 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo SERMONETTE 9 The Tabernacle was the dwell 9 5 Ing place of Jehovah among Is- rael2 In its every detail of ma 9 6 terlal and construction It typl 6 fled the character and attributes 9 6 of God and expressed his attl 6 9 tude towards man and Indl V o cated mans way of approach o 9 unto him The Tabernacle and 2 o its appointed service was a o X type of the Christ and his re- demptIve 2 6 work It set forth In o 2 eymbol that which found full 2 o and complete and glorious expression p In the Christ For full 5 and beautiful unfolding of the 9 meaning of the Tabernacle read 5 Needhams book Shadow and 0 Substance X Cor 316 17 9 The Temple of GodGods 5 dwelling place today Is In the 9 midst of his people All Christians X form together one vast 9 temple Ye arc the temple A collectively and living stones 9 Peter 25 Individually This 5 spiritual temple Is the dwell- Ing 9 place of the Holy Spirit 5 Gods Vice regent on earth In a this spiritual house believers 6 9S9 and 510 with Jesus Christ our 9 5 high priest as the literal priest 9 hood the one through whom our X 6 spiritual sacrifices are offered 9 and made acceptable to God 2 5 See Peter 25 And what 6 9 5 0telpresence of God filled ItChrist has done In that he has entered Into the holy place not made with hands Seeing then that 9 we have a great high priest 6 that Is passed into the Heavens Jesus the Son of God let us 5 hold fast our profession For 9 we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with J the feeling of our Infirmities but was in all points tempted like as we are yet without sin 0 Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace that r 9 we may obtain mercy and find 5 grace to help In time of need Heb 41416 rOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCTHE T WAS Evident that the inspectl of the busy groups of workers the camp of Israel bad proved sa factory for Uezalcel and AholJ came into Moses presence Ing faces and reading their rex there ho exclaimed before they time tospeak- Ah 11 is a good report that U bringest Yea replied Bezaieel who chief artificer and tb ono in cha of all tie york c lu parlng tho tcrials for the Tabernacle and its Sgs acted as an Yea jrJcmon are b finish 11 e umw0c Ja lotlis servii and the holjvearmvnis for Aaron the priest and the garments for his sons to minister In the Tabernacle Tis well responded Moses for tfdly Knowest thou what day to montV I2 1 The twomen shook their heads by way of answer and Moses added Tomorrow will be the beginning- of the second year as appointed by the Lord when be spoke to us in Egypt anfi gave us the Passover How fitting that upon that day the Tabernacle should be set up in our midst The Lord reward thee Bezaieel and thou Aboliab for thy faithfulness The two men bowed low in grateful recognition of the commendation of their leader and then Bezaieel con scious ofthe ready spirit ot the people in the work said But it is the faithfulness of the people which has wrought the work Thou recall est how eagerly they brought of their offerings of gold and sliver and brass and precious stones and cloths and skins and fine linen and their oil and their spices and had they not served willingly in the work we would not be completing it this dayTrue replied Moses and are they glad that tho task is almost com pletedVIYea as I passed through the camp today I heard the people singIng and talking together about the Lord and rejoicing that soon they would have his Tabernacle finished And tomor row you will rear It What news that will be for the people and Bez aleel turned as though he would go at once to spread the tidings and then pausing he asked And where will you have the materials and furniture for the Tabernacle gathered At the place ot the altar com manded Moses as he dismissed them and forget not to caution the people that they come not nigh to touch the fittings for they are holy unto the Lord The sons of Levi shall mInis- ter in these things For six months now the work had gone steadily on The people had en tered eagerly into the assigned them by Bezaieel and Aholiab and yn MADAGASCAS Remarkable Manifestation of the Spir- It Power Among the Natives The London Missionary society reports that the revival in the Betslleo country continues to increase in pow era especially In villages and country towns In the seven divisions of our district writes Mrs Rowlands many hundreds have decided for Christ But what we value even more is the deepening of the spiritual life of the believers The native Chris tians are throwing themselves most earnestly laW the work of evangeliza tion The latest report describes four wonderful days during which a company of evangeUsts visited vii lage after village and found hi them all a most remarkable work going forward the people being moved much as they were in Wales during the revival last year There were physical manifestations like those seen in Wales and during the revivals under Kettletou and Edwards but there were great szarchings of heartaOd0 t i t JH R1 1 tJ t YYmr f f JJ i 4foc rllrjI j I r itZ I l t 1u wea Initog an gnome tsome i dren c si 0 elders could Roy i had p latin i no tI 7aeem same MO G Iooiigolde t rl i IIanc4 r whlld J i while t vied 9 faithi V tlrcir i Th 7 daiset ithe ttden them h see t very c- of 14 camI leCt 0 ed bee Ii trt J san3 ft1i5t p n1 tilt r L a fv ILIn in e 7tc pT a 5z f S tf 1 r 1 ajS 4 t- La a t i y X 5t r n t i f 1 f I a a 4 t stncsses the tables of stone the revelation of Gods perfect will for the guidance ot his people These tokens of Gods deal ings with his people rest beneath tho njsrcy seat eyen as you the children of Abraham are preserved under the mercy seat of Gods love Again silence fell upon the people as Moses ceased speaking Tho Levltes have withdrawn leaving the ark in the holy of holies and the people stand expectant Moses will now enter and talk with God they whispered one to tho otherBut while they thus spoke the Cloud which had stood upon the moun tain side came and covered the Tabernacle and the glory of tho Lord filled the place Never before bad the people beheld such glory and splendor The Cloud had always been a thing of wonder by day and splendor of glory by night but now it glowed and scintillated with a beauty transcendent Surely this was the temple of the Lord and he had come down and filled it What temple in Egypt had they ever seen which had been so visited by the gods in whose name they had been reared When hail It pver been that the priests of Egypt could not enter their temples because the glory of their gods had so filled tho place So thought the people as they stood thorn and at last conscious that Moses instead of entering the place had fallen prostrate upon the ground in worship and adoration of the wonderful manifestation of Gods presence they too bowed in reverent worship A Sailors Hospital ft will be good news to all who are Interested in work for sailors that Henry L Clapp formerly a resident of New York will build a hospital on the island of Malt principally for Amer ican sailors in the naval and mer chant service Too little is done for the sailor who has been called the one indispensable man of human so- cietY without whose services the work of civilization and of missions could not go onN Y Observer III IN reIpentanceone typical place there was a crowded meeting where an old Botslleo mostsimplyand twenty of those present baptized and 33 more now the ordinance In many receivedI people are giving up their and many hundreds have decided for Christ Ono of the peculiar features of the movement is tho ministry of the women they are most effective in speaking and praying and visiting and in the winning of souls IAnupon the fact that the American drink bill Increased last year by 10000000 pounds sterling making a total ot 310000000 says the United States reformers have possibly gir too much attention to the legal enforce mont of temperance rather than its persuasive aspect ji I s 1iIijj j V V f1 t1 i r ere Principal Fighting In New Cuban Revolution Is Occurring IOUS CUBAN INSURGENT LEADER KILLED IN BATTLE Guards Slay Gen Bandera Dealing lfal Blow to Insurrection Rebels i Capture Railway Terminus anaThe body of the negro il Quentin Bandana the most insurgent in Havana province tILe morgue at Havana flanked ISO of two mulatto comrades nilI iully gashed by long machetes rural guards who ended their I arrival of Handeras body hero rho first news of tho fight In he met his death The conflict red at the Silvelra farm near Urava 15 miles front Havana tachmcnt of 38 mounted rural s under Capt Ignacio Delgado Lieut Martinez were searching jghout the night for Uanderas two oclock Thursday morn 10 guards wcro breaking through e fenco at tho edge of thc SIIIJ farm when they wore suddenly upon by Uanderas followers 20 mber The guards rushed upouI surgents but with the exception chief and his two leading comIall succeeded In getting llr Horribly MutilatedIguards made the chief and his a special object of several5ted by machete cuts Not one of a guards was wounded Tho bodies andera and his companions were cd in a wagon anti taken to Hav Cents two dead companions was that his principal wound a severe machete blow on tho d which cut off his loft car and lo an ugly incision In his face hists70 had macheto wounds in their ieasts and on their arms Tbo pthes of all three men showed ry evidence of the hard life which 5jr had been loading whlio eluding r purSuers It has been an open secret among tho ural guards that Bandera would nevec live to be tried for treason his death being the main object of the government forces operating in Hav ana province The smallness of the party accompanying Bandera has caused surprise here but it Is believed hat he only had 5a portion of his bald with him In any case how ever is believed tho Insurrectionary movement in western Havana has been broken up by Banderas death f prominent in Late War It was announced from Havana August 20 that Gen Bandera who greatly distinguished himself in tho Cuban war for independence had left Aroyo Arenas 12 miles west of Havana with about 20 Insurgents whose numbers it was believed were augmented later by an armed force from Havana The next day It was reported that Bandera had been wounded In the head In a skirmish took part in the ten years war as well as in the war for Cuban independence He was well known In every province of Cuba and had great Influence with the colored people When In Havana Bandera was In tho habit of gathering crowds of negroes about him and mak ing speeches to them on the Ingrati tude of republics On one occasion he went to the senate chamber and delivered a violent speech criticising the government for not giving him an office Soon afterward ho was appointed doorkeeper of the house of parliament The position which Ban dera aspired to was that of chief of police Governor Is Reinstated Rio fie Janeiro Tho Brazilian con gress authorized the federal government to reinstate tho governor of the province of Sergipe who was removed in consequence of tho recent insur- rectionary demonstration there Killed In Mine Explosion Wllkesbarre PaAn explosion of gas dccurred in No 9 colliery of tho Lehigh Wilkesbarro Coal company at Sugar Notch In which W A Vln cent a miner was killed His son William was fatally inujred Alleges False Import Entries Nogales ArizThe firm ot C Ram eriz the largest customs brokers in Sonora Mexico was closed by Mex ican officials on a charge of making false entries of wheat shipped from the United States May Have Arms for Cuba Now YorkIt Is reported that the steamer Esperanza which sailed for Cuba from this port carried in her hold a complete field battery of ar tillery consigned to the Cuban gov ernment at Havana May Not Demand War Levy JohannesburgIt is believed that tho imperial government has decided to forego the repayment of 150000 000 of war expenses which the Trans vaal and Orange river colonies undertook to make Great Lumber Raft San Francisco The steamer Fran cis H Leggett has arrived here from Astoria having in tow the largest log raft that has ever conuHoto this harbor It consists of 11000000 feet of lumber 1 1O1 r N 4 4 5 r 1l J It Is increasingly evident that the backbone of tho insurrection In the western part of the province of Ha vana has been broken Even had the death of Gen Bandera not hastened that consummation tho members of his band woro making for their homes as tho pursuit of tho mounted rural guards day and night had sickened them of an insurrectionary career Pino Guerra is a far higher class leader with a considerably more In telligent following and his occupancy- of San Juan do Martinez Thursday quickly followed his capture of San Luis Wednesday enables him to so riously threaten the provincial capital- of Plnar del RIo Ono drawback to tho general situation Is the fact that while many prom- Inent men are protesting their loyalty- to the government there is an undeniable lukowarmncss and waiting atti tude among the masses They have the Impression that perhaps a change- In the occupancy of the presidential chair might bring more liberty and real selfgovernment to Cuba Rebels Capture Railway Terminus The insurgnt forces commanded by Pine Guerra lavo captured San Juan do Martinez tho terminus of the West era railroad and have occupied Ute TOMAS ESTRADA PALMA President of Cuban Republic In Throes of a Revolution town and railroad station There was no bloodshed at tho occupation of San Juan de Martinez according to the reports just received The small force ot rural guards which held tho town fled at the approach of the insurgents The government has not made pub lic tho news of the capture of San Juan do Martinez by insurgents The publishedwas summoned before Gov Nunez an censured for exciting tho publishing sensational news unfavorI able to the government Gov Nunez declared that he would recommend to President Palma the establishment of a censorship The newspapers of PresidentPalmaas despite a constant flood of rumors the newspapers have printed only facts and usually these governmental notwithstandingthat opinion appears to vary ac cording to locality from enthusiastic adherence to the government to open rebellionS of Veterons Elect conventionsessions with the selection of Dayton 0as the next meeting place Ed ward M Amies of Altoona Pa was elected commandcrInchlef DaughterTaylorville 14 woundInflictedhcrdaughter for a man jvho hall iieen annoying tho family and shot tho lrl at miBank Sues Brokers tiatlomilGraIncbanks money said to have been lost by the bank teller Death In Forest Fires Toulon France A large forest firs cityTroopsously fighting the fire Three soldiers andburnedErdman Law Violation Alleged Birmingham Ala Frank Young chief dispatcher of the Louisville Nashville railroad at Montgomery Is charged with violating the Erdmaa employInMajority for Hoko omith Atlanta Git Practically complete returns from all counties In the state show Hoke Smith carried 118 counties for governor F B Russell 11 Howell 9 J H Estill 4 and ClarkII H Smith 3 la f tj l lii aJ ZZ t I t 4 p1 HAD BNIEF TIME OF FREEDOM A Tale of a Snake and Interchanged Baggage On tho docks In tho town of A were two basket trunks among the count less cargo ono belonged to Mr EL and contained a massive snako of considerable size and very valuable Mr G arrived at his rooms whero he had to wait for n nine a in train Ho proceeded to read tile London Graphic for an hour or so and was jthocame before him He proceeded to jjjerkgarment after garment of feminine apIpanel For a moment he was in thoIgreatest dismay a thousand thoughts rushing through his mind On close Inspection ho discovered tho addresp of Miss Pippin Leister DrunswlckI Miss Pippin and her friend Miss Kate were weary of traveling their trunk was brought up stairs and as Miss Pippin heard the thud thud of tho trunk she ordered the man to leave It in the hall Through careless ness tho lock was broken and had the expressman known its contents ho would have made a hasty departure Miss Pippin and her friend retired early both being tired of traveling but his snakeship was evidently llanInlng his own course About midnight when all were fast asleejs he forced his way out of confinement Slowly coil after coil of his body call out of tho trunk and silently he crawled around evidently investigating hisI surroundings rile night was dclic iously cool the snako sniffed the air as though drinking its very depths Down the long Might of stairs he silently crawled Oh what a happy paradise The door was open and his snakeship was once more free as the birds No one but a drunkard who was hugging a lamp post saw the huge reptile crawl along The snake went on his way till he camo to tho Foun tain square Here he heard the crystal dip of cool refreshing water there was his hiding placeITho morning dawned bright and clear for Miss Pippin and her guest Miss Kate but what was their horror to find on opening the trunk nothing but moist grass and worms evidently they had had tho wrong trunk sent them and nothing was to bo done but to advertise After a few days of anxiety Mr O went to Brunswick found Miss Pippin and her friend and had her trunkI sent to her to the ladys great joy but Mr G was greatly distressed about his snake which to him would be a great loss If it couldnt be found For several days a thorough search was made Finally one day a small boy told tho glad news of seeing a great big snake in the Fountain square Mr G heard of it and found tho reptile basking in the sun Ho soon captured It and sent it on to tho zoological gardens Years after ward Mr G always took great delight in telling his friends of tho etperlI once of the snake and how near he came to losing tho largo sum of money which was given for tho reptile Appropriate t They used to have coach dogs Now they have automobile dogs In time they will have airship dogs Hm I wonder what kind of a dog an airship dog would be Why a bkyerotcoursuCbicago- News Genius Not Always Precocious Poets are often precocious Dante wrote a sonnet to Beatrice when he conicertand Pascal at 13 It is on the other hand true that some men have been backward Alfleri Wren Humboldt Llnnaeus Flaubert and Domenichlno for Instance When Top Buggies Were New The first top buggies that appeared frightened horses far more than automobiles do now Truck Farming That Pays Fourteen thousand dollars net profit on the planting of 35 acres of land Is an achievement not to beI despised The crop was potatoes The average production per acre was a few barrels more than 100 They sold for 5 per barrel or a total of 17500 They cost a dollar a barrel to put on tho market or 3500 leavIing a net profit of 14000 That is thb record made by a Charlestonian in Colleton county who is planting truck on lands formerly devoted to rice cultureCharleston Post Device to Cool a Sick Room I would like to suggest through your paper to the thousands who are obliged to remain in town especial ly those caring for the sickmY planI for cooling the sick room I placo a pad made of a folded piece of old blanket on the stone ledge of the window which tho sun keeps very not and keep It wet all day The rapid evaporation keeps tho stone perfectly cold and the air passing over jt is perceptibly cooled and gives much relief to the invalid N Y Times MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Aug 21 CATTLEGood 4 40 5 15 CALVESExtra 7 50 8 00 HOGSChoice 40 645 SHEEP Extra 4 65 J 4 75 LAMBSExtra 8 15 8 25 FLOURSpring pat 4 45 4 75 WHEAT No 2 red 71 72j CORN No 2 mixed 50 OATSNo 2 mixed 31 RYE No 2 choice 60 61 HAYCh timothy IS 25 BUTTERDairy 1- 5APPLESNew bbl 2 00 2 25 POTATOESNew 1 7- 5TOBACCNew 7 95 W16 00 C1IICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 70 71 CORN No 2 mixed 8 49Yi OATSNo 2 mixed 29 PORKPrIme mess17 00 I17 05 LARDSteam 882 tow YORKIFLOUR Win pat 3 80 4 15 WHEAT No 2 red 78 CORNNo 2 mixed 5- 7OATSNo2 mixed J 36 PORKMess prime 18 50 fPl9 00 LARDSteam 870 fi 880 BALTIMORE WHEAT No 2 red 76 CORN No 2 mixed 5H IOATSNo 2 mlxed33LOUISILLE WHEAT No 2 red 0 69 CORNNo2 mixed 8 55 OATSNo2 mixed 333 PORKPrime mess 13 00 LARD Steam 0 825- INDIANAPOLIS CATTLE Prime 5 15 5 35 HOGS Choice 6 25 6 45 SHEEP Extra 4 60 4 65 i fs f i t q=HE XADB THE OPPORTUNITY Hr Educator Succeeded In DealI to Address Students A distinguished educator of Bton who once visited a western college during examination week was for some reason or other not asked to address tho students as ha had ex pected he would be In chapel heJ was merely requested to lead In pray er which he did In this wise i Be pleased bather in Heaven o the steps of the president of his college Thou knowest that ho was a clasmate of Thy servants a of the class of 84 taking honors Thine eye hath looked favor upon the happy choice that resulted in his appointment with the consent of the trustees as the head of this institution Thou knowest that tho students of this college ought to look upon him as a friend as well their president Thou knowest that thy servanf is well pleased with the high standards of scholarship here prevailing and with the righteousness and loyalty of the stu dentsFinally to the intense delight of the students the visitor concluded his prayer as follows And I thank Thee for this oppqr unity to address the students of this ABOUT THE WHITE HOUSE To tho Editor- I noticed somewhere recently 1 would not say positively that it was in your columnsan article on the White House which contained several mis statements In tho first place it was stated the White House was first occupied In 1809 and that its first occupant was President Madison The fact is its first occupant was President rAdams who took up his residence there in 1800The original mansion was begun in 1792 In 1814 It was burned by the British and rebuilt in 1818 Another of the errors in the article referred to was the statement that readyprepared paint is used on tho White House to make It beautifully white I noticed this especially because I have used considerable paint myself and wondered that canned paint should be used pn such an important building when all painters know that pure white lead and linseed oil make the bust paint It so happened also that I knew white lead and linseed oilnot ready 1hlteHouselet published by a firm of readymixed Paint manufacturers who also manu facture pure white lead In that book the manufacturers admitted that for the White House nothing but the best and purest of paint could be used and said that their pure white lead had been selected Above all people those who attempt to write on historical subjects should give us facts oven If it is only a date or a statement about wood or brick or paint or other building material Yours for truth L Strange StoryBut True F L Vandegrift has a new story It is illustrative of the marvelous fe cundity of the English sparrow- I was pending Sunday with the Dumont Smiths at Kinsley said Van In recounting his experience We had been up late the night be fore and I was a trUe drowsy I sat outlnthe front porch listening to the church bells and gazing oft Into the illimitable space that lies between a shortgrass town and the horizon beyondPresently I dropped my hat into a bed of Virginia creeper and dozed off to sleep I could not have slept more than an hour for the children were passing the house on the way from Sunday school when I awoke I rubbed my eyes and glanced over at my hat In it sat an English sparrow brooding a setting of eggs While I slept the sparows had built a nest in my hat the mother bird had laid a full complement of eggs and had begun the work of hatching them Kansas City Journal Alum Baking Powder Is Wholesome 1oxpertGermanreport concerning Baking Powders declares that a puro alum baking pow der is better and less injurious than the socalled cream of tartar powders He says that if the quantity of alum contained in a sufficient quantity of baking powder for a batch of bread or cakes for an ordinary family be con centrated to one mouthful of food and taken into the stomach of any one person no matter how delicate it could do no harm On the contrary alum is wholesome in proper quanti ties This is undoubtedly the reason the State of Missouri quickly repealed a law that prohibited the manufacture- of the most wholesome ot all baking powders So much for Alum Baking PowdersIHIs Only Concern A well known member of the New York bar a man of most patronizing manner one day met John G Car lisle to whom he observed loftily I see Carlisle that the supreme court has overruled you In the case of Mullins versus Jenkinson But ho added in his grand way you Car lisle need feel no concern about your chuckled Quite so he agreed Im only concerned for the reputation of tho supreme court Harpers Weekly Spreading Indias Fisheries India is learning a lesson from Japan where fish ekes out the agri cultural situation There tell per cent of the population are engaged in the fisheries industry as against one per cent in India where all the fish- Ing Is still done within six miles of the shore and im the most primitive manner Handkerchiefs Date from 1743 The first pocket handkerchiefs utilized in the manner they are today were manufactured at Paisley IB 1743 Ji1 c t JIi F frfJ zI r iJJ-H I f Flt to Irrr J m ry 3 I71 c- N Itrl fI rti ir Economy Is the ro 13Et r- iFADEL1S3 DYE J j1 I to economy 7 l 4 The mere wearing of higy t makes some people feel that rhekd and shoulders above thck b9rL Jf1 + ont Get Footsorel Get Fo iL j A wonderful powder that cures tuX t aching feet makes new or 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7 jxs follows f One olJnr III JJths Sixtitgnts lio Ia a f tVv allowed any v vmi subscriptionsr1 i V jaddreas should give previous in- dl1res when writingthf e JI1 out of stationtry mention it on a ji separate sii of paperat A News matter of general iri ter Sctjis welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in 1sertedAdvertisers wishing a change or discontinuance of ad should I inform us the week previous to ublication day OJAddle5S all communications to HONAKER Owingsville Ky 8 THURSDAY AUG 30 190G fi = = I railroad companies havoIi t t nZeoo to comply with the 4 Rate recently enacted which pi Y is land of themEt CANNONS boon laqks resonant and reverberating j qualities The metal in his guiiis old and crystallized t 1 TUB Wall street stock gamblers 1b4theinside had a high old timiin the coin ofthe am I uteurs and outsiders last weeks t j rTIIEREa lYl1iannoun ced candidates for the Democrat 1 I ic Congressional nomination in 3 district Bring in another F Jforse I SGbv BECKILUI challenged Sen ator McCreary to a joint debate Jc and the Senator accepted No Tletthem Vool each other till th I Publl CrIes Encughor i 1 t n the Union goes as goes New York State this year is will go 4 skyward for both of the old par ties are up in the air there about vwlibm to nominate for Governor J ur THE euihquake at Valparaiso q Chile is ftlleged to have caused s loss of two hundred million dolt 1 lars Perhaps a tenth O a fifth j of that trn would bnearer e t tIl mark I t aSJ l njminatcdhy theBcpiiblicansfc ilGovernor Of Tcosi Hettya V I tri ution th the n1progn fund Ji vont boost the price of votes t pcicepfibl r THEjustly renownedPat Crow of was arrested in New I policehe5a tewpacr man whici is ajol e t ontheprofeht 4TiLE abthsQutH ffficsto i roSnow triiii gU starta revolution 4r Uncle Sam wants only an ebccuse to annex the island and if the GuUans dont behave hd will turn Hh4t trick som fineday f i Tim Russia nihilists continue f tog make a sound like fourth 6f IfJuly with thcfr bombs and things earthwith carnage anI remains tmny help tOwa rd- liberty for the Russian masses but itis r 1irible meajis r1 JUDGE 1JAZERIGGh declared k the law t I uneontitutiond It was enacted i 1 i tfter much toil and suffering and 4 the Prohibitionists may be ex- pectedA to fight through all the t cOurts toestablishits validity MANY a classic composition will l JJe hzrdly recognizabe whet 5dresseil m the new f onetic1 lin p JgoVJthess Thuh munky kist thuh ba J b orissisler t f i Kist sa hard he razed uhblis I f terr pEOurof Russia has tUh eci women of FinlaIdt c right to vote and hold office ai 1d 1i it the o arc going for every i t ixjaitapn JitisigUt except mtoflle- J rrnyaqlpnthepolico foixie may or may n progress ooi 3 lf p 4 X JWKESMITH of Georgiadsnt 4 i jl at he waS then 1 chosen a member ot Clevelands icv Cabinet The joke now moll the fJ 7 othe foMr cahdidctes who 0 nowhere in jthe race for theDefo t bf I qr cratic Twminadbn for Govern 1lJ fGtorgiaSh ft ti s JohN WLANGLEX dfjpres j t tonbiirg made short work of h 9 riyals for the Republican Goa 1 j SSiona1uomintionin tHa bILSt4 j accl uatilafCrthefollfhba1d lot v a r t racet 5t t iw ROOEJt SULLlvNtriumphed over m the St 1os t5 J mcc4t1cStatecQnYentlon f v p1 Is Ilis 8 i intion as national commit t tt9teemn Sullivan permitted Bry fi lri1ejandPrS nierey toput vLiic5himfll 11 embirrasing asition if I i iw accepting or rejecting id v y j endoi cmentI f PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT has t 00 lAt Jlj le lO tiC reform- etI d t IfEt1oftabout alC inindri eel 1 J r as recommenaedI tfi trww n ducators So thru ti i Atojenuf etc areilctin- on ed it as a reformati itSj NC8te swUmg apd l ct i I l he dtoJ theJlct t J S r tiQ1iabI9 utility iti iVi I 4f fotl t 11 o1J 0- 1 4 rl 4i t s tJ t ri J pi 4 d cxL Jtt t 1 r Ami t Q i 1rf2o H Ito l fat 1rt I 5r1 cxJI irii l t I t 1 ij rt I J ift 411 ir v 4rry c Jlob i f r b It 4c J1f Iopo t A F I JIOr2t rui jAVirthe ptdhwho worAa and saves that hali iaure tUjuig on pRthesIiQsntVJ thirty years ago a poor lahoref1hail 800 acres of died ami made it solely by hard work and snvingIf rHowellatlc nomination for Govcrnor antheonndse convention will be Smith 301 wiJtotal of C2 for four rivals is an defeat for the field ur CORRESPONDENCEP ilMooresThere are a good ninny irish pOtatoes rotting in the ground around here on account of too much rainsaWm Staton bought of Addie and Jones of Forge Hill one cow for 35 City cnSidneyst Miss Bertha Biltingor of Step D e is the guest of Miss 31c still Mre A E Newmrn and chil reii and Willie Havens are vis relatives at Tilton 01SMrs A W Jones t Odessa T Wm Evans wife son and daughter of Lexington are vis h iting Mrs Evans parents Sam uel Walton and wife- Sharpsburg of B A great deal of tobacco has been topped and some cut The farmers are afraid some of thec Sen account of the damp hot weather Several from here attended Court at Mt Sterling last Mon day and quite a number ofcattle and sheep that were bought there passed through town that even ing W A Boyd bought of Charley Dale of Judy a pair of marca mules for 310 Miss Ethel Fleming who had been visiting relatives near town returned to herhome near Car s1C Wednesday OKla i F S Grain sold five yearling heifers of John Datncllat 77 L W Darnell fdfur yearling steereof Z TCramat50 e Edgbert little son of Clem Rid fldlewaaa crosscut SlW fell on foot s one tooth splitting its way out The wound is rdfiil but he is getting along mccly JamsCrain killed 45 rats re cently while mbvjng v some corn in a5crib t J M Gray lost a gOod horse by death from lung fever Jas Highley hasfinished wheat threshing and come in home Miss Eulah Parker pf Lexing ton was a pleasant guest of Mrs James Grain and family several days last wee1tIMiss Ida Eden visited her rents in Fleming county Saturi day and Sunday Shq Was ac companied by Jos Vice t Miss Marguerite Reeves who isof teacher here left Monday to at tend thejlnstitutc atOwingsville Miss Ellen Denton of Ringo- s IS Milly is liere on an extended vi ittouelatives andlriends reTobacc3soon Ode saiBorn August 22 to Mr and Mrs John Riddle a son Miss Eula Barker of Lexing ton v1s1tedhercousms1 A Gar tkhGarherOwingsvilleand Sunday Several from here attended t icecream supper at Wrights ove Saturday night and alTjed- re off a portion of the prizes Miss Ada Powell of Fairview- r visited her grandparents J 1V Darnell anti wife Sunday pi MRS SAUAH STONE DEAD Mrs Sarah Stone wIfe of Co man Coley Stone whQ moved fronfthis community to Reynolds yule but a few Weeks ago and took sick with typhoid fever in a featdays after died Saturday at 4 oclock p m dnd was buried Sunday at the Bailey graveyard Mrs Stone was good Christian lady and was liked by all who knew her She Wa- flc4Gyearsold a daughter of iL Matilda of Minks Thi her second husband MeN ber She leaves the husband and five children to mourn their loss Adr die wife bf Alley Stone Lizzie wfe of OUGiUoIall Of Prickly Ash of William Coyle Qf this community and Martha aged and Chas ClayJ aged about 13 months James McNab of Reynoldsville is brother Thomas Snqdegari aof WhiteOka half brother and Dora Crouch of near Harpers schoolhouse half brother theaged mother Is also leftto mourn the loSs of a daughter This community ecteid its symp 1 thy to theJerertvcd family mid lttr i iiI t l FP t1ft i q WJ 4i 11 ia t hIJ III AIH Li7iLrrSlate tt XV It hasnt irtqhfQ the af ten days j Ipo The oneyeairrold baby of Dee dder and wif is very sick with I11rs Martin Jones seems to be Improving The icecrerfm supper on Prick Ash seemed to be a success as ere was good behavior and a rge attendance To all appear ces there was no black spirits the ground j pe Wm Wright has been sick ed thElderwceksmeeting here on next Sat laMrrickly Ash were with the lam y of udder SundayHWm Williamson and wife of lower Slate Creek and William aweon and wife of Lebo Ran s were guests of Sum Shultzr family FridayCrooKs Willson Hendrix shipped twod rlods of cattle to Cincinnati oOmarwonohewMrs Henry Johnson visited her son at Farmers several days last t weekJas Clark bought two heifers i hioJackson at sani3 price Gil fertatives here Friday and Saturday- sWill Steele wife and children Flat Creek visited her parents F Parker and wife Saturda and Sunday frloadsda Cleveland Shultz of Peeled Dale moved to the Arthur Barnes jriouso here last week 1Will Williamson who has been o poorly is some better e Mrs S VJohnson visited her sisterMrsPat Piersallat Hedges last week Misses Eulah and Stella Thom are visiting their uncle A Q Thomas in Clark county this t week Misses Lillie Johnson and niece May Nixon visited relatives at Farmers Sunday J D Turley and wife Will Nixon and wife visited the fami ly Qf Clyde Pergram on Peeled Oak Sundayi V Hampton Johnson have mod their stock of goods to the new house 14rsJohnA Clark is quite tt tt t s Prospects are that small ar age of wheat will be sown this fall i Miss Len Morgan has been quite sick Holly Gillaspie visited his uncle II C Gillaspie near Wades Mill last weekI1EthingSdertake to do big things aHenry Williams is threatened fever Mrs J E Williams of near Owingsville visited the family DL Goodan Thursday Politics is playing so many pranks these days that one up todate diary would read som thing like this BreakfastDem ocat dinner Republican supper Mugwump next day a candidate for the asylum Mrs Nannie Byrd isworse and in a critical condition Rev A II Doke pastor of Mulberry Presbyterian Church Shelby county will assist Rev J B Meacham to conduct a pro tracted meeting at Springfield- October in Stepstone we fail to com youraykeephecause can the second reason is bccauSoitsso easy to find some body tohwl We pity you but you had better consider yoiir self lucky thatyour better half doesnt blow you up instead of down so much leEdGoosey has moved here from Fields J T Morgan attended court at Flemingsburg Monday Miss Mnnie Foley of Fl a Creek visited the family of her uncle M Co Foley Sunday aOlellGoodan visited his pa rents near Owingsville Sunday Tom Varner visited relatives lSnear White Sulphur His broth John went home with him Miss Lena Morgan entertained in honor of her 17vth birthday A delightful afternoon was spent pzintie trt MorelandLexington Helen Jack son Owingsville LutieSmathcrs TaylorSharpburg of y d an Lillian and Sue Williams Messrs Frank Trimble Mt Ster ling Stanley Smathers Miller McClain Ealy Roberson Spring field Frank and Roy Byrd H C Ficklin Tom and Sherman Ham ilton Stoops and Joe Cheney SbarpsburgS i i F j i t j 1f t yj i iff 11Ri ttr Upper Prickly Ash for jMrs Alfred Carter has been to for several days with la grippe She is some better John Manley cut his foot last in week and is not able to work jotinWalter wife and son fOJjville were guest of Daniel Hal j ofrJoAlnutnzarelatives in Fleming county e first of the week Miss Jennie Gudgcll visited Miss Lina Darnellon Flat Creek st week Miss Iva Oakley of Roes Run will visited Misses Belle and Eva orseman last weekneE Craics IThe infant child of Holt WarS on and wife is very sick Mrs Emma Warren is bettkrM wSeveralcampmeeting at Hedricks Sun aytispent thrith consumption at his home ockville I Rowan countys isheSundaJPIIMiss Fannie McGlothin of near of Farmers spent the past week ero the guest of her uncle Thoa and wife James Sexton and wife niove rom hero to the Ore Mines Dick Manley and son Ricliar- old 12 heifers to Peed Lath ram at 3cbfsaltLick is W R Stephens is laying the foundation for a brick twostory rliuildinghis grocery and undertaking business The proceeds Of the box supper given by the Ladies Aid Society EdtoLGrobythe former to visit fnendsanda the latter to attend theA large number of our people attended the Campmeeting la ttw Sunday 9Saturchzykeeping in Mrs Ames property Mrs G A Ames has bought the H C Moore irMrs G A propertyI attend k uynicting41 Mrs Robert Clark and daug1 ter Emma Lee of the OreMms rehirned Sunday from colwnb 5LeOhio Fanning Bros have bought out the grocery tock of Mr FtilI arid wjll soon take possession It is rumored that the next re union will be held in the pine grovp near the homo of Enoch Wills Salt Lick cant complain of bc ingslighted by thcsmllIershov51 another one fclngos Mill Rev held a meeting at the Christian Church In place the past weekcLuther Turley and wife nee Nannie Hurst and three child ren after a two weeks visit relatives here returned to their nhomcnearSpringfield Ill last accomp the latters father A J Hurst L S Cassity and three da gh ters visited relatives and friends here the past week Several from this part attended the Jr picnic at WallingfordSat urday Mrs W 0 Jackson has ty phoid fever Miss Mayme Estill returned Saturday from Lewis Chapel Bath Co where she has been been wielding the birch and din the past six weeks Mayn- iyoure ie as welcome as the flowers in May and W says he loves you in the same old way Miss Edna Downey of Salt Lick is visiting relatives and friends hereIDied August 25 afteraingc Jr ing illness Henry Ross with that dreadful disease consumption He was laid to rest by his grand parents itt the Fox Bridge grave yard He leaves his griefstrick ten and aged parents a sist Eli Oakley and ti daughters besides lhost ofrd tives and friends to mourn their loss Grieve not dear parents for dear Henry looks upon you He is ina happier home than pyhouraround that white throne and be united in a neverparting union He had been a member of t Christian Church foi sevei was a faithful Sunday school worker was a consistent Christian worker in the field of the Masters work He was buri ed by the Masonic lodge of which he had been a member fora num ber ofyears bwingsvlllo R Fi DNo 1 Alfred Peyton and daughter of Morgan County are visitingWino Crouch on upper Prickly Ash hoNealhad been visiting in Slate Valley t I ri jf 5I i dJ1 11 ie r J2 tAsome wee sg returned Ashland Saturday vfi r Mrs John B Dona1d5or 1 upper White Oak visited in gsvilho last week L f Mrs Elizabeth Recvcs5 granddaughter Miss Clara of Goddard are visitinj Lawson of Beechwood Miss Eulah Parker of Le visited M A Garneiv mily of Odessa last weel Born to John Riddle and Odessa 27 a hn Wesley J LMiss Mary Snedegar of Qi visited friends in Owingsvil v week j Miss Anna Bailey will Tliursday for Midway whei attend school Worth Goodpaster and wi il ar Crooks visited their sir Goodpaster at the Forge last week T Mrs George P Johnsoi visited her ma rs Martin Jones one day eek Miss Margaret McKinivar pper White Oak visited ves in Owingsville last wee Odessa you are right a e roads What they nee more culverts and the ditchei ned The road from Harjj schoolhouse to Horsemans a terrible when it rains ud is knee deep and the co4 as paid out enough on that road to build a tressle 11 miles long Ill venture here are not four culverts between the two places 1Bdthel 0 aFriday here was the hottest day Mrs W R Peters who een very sick for the last mon convalescing Miss Louise Witman of Lbi ville is visiting Mrs C M R v ffSN Thos Coons and son visited latives here the past week Mrs Emma Evans of Larm Kansas visited her nephews and Thos Reid last week Mr and Mrs Wat Hunter ower Blue Licks visited G aywood and family Saturdr nd Sunday Miss Lizzie Gorman of Lexinli on is visiting Mrs A R Ro rtson Dr jfidy the medicine ma as with us Saturday Thisusi to be the Doctors home Mrs J G Blair and son Gr T lord of near Carlisle visited hti daughter Mrs John Peters + day last week M T Hendrix sold seven pairs of work mules pricen 4nownfrnanearsept r fGeo Caywood and TUlmJiv s were in 0vingsvllle Fit lay rMessrs Pieratt Day of tliis place will on Sept 1 open a branch store at Reynoldsville Mrs Cone of Maysville ISllS ting her daughter Mrs Dr ton Mrs J C B Gillespie is very sick at her home near liMr and Mrs Trimble of Middlqtown visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs lfTBotts Sunday cP R Stone sold a lot of year ling cattle to Bourbon county parties at 4c toW R Peters bought of different parties about 25 steer calves averaging about 15 per head Stoj stone The following spent Sunday with S P Steele and family on Butlers Branch R R Good paster and family Richard Good paster and family Thos Turley and family Lee Wiggington Chester Turley and two Elmer Karrick of Thompsoni Miss Daisy Perkins of Owings ville spent the past week with her cousins Misses Brooksie and Bertie Henry lkMrs C B Reid is and has been for the last week most of the time at the bedside of her mother Mrs Drucilla Lysle who is not expected to live Clyde Brown found his squirrel it coming home last Thursday It was as poor as Jobs turkey when found and guess it was making home forthe fatted calf killing that it needed so badly Chester Ray who was sick last week is up again but we are to that Mrs W S downroit turning into that from malarial fever S C Williams and spent from Saturday till Monday with his brotherinlaw Robert Wilson and family at Spencer Mrs Wilburn of R9sseUar jrived here on a visit Brown and family Mrs W A Conner spent from Friday till Monday with relatives in and around Winchester Several from here were in attendance at meeting at Howards Mill Sunday Mrs Henderson Phipps was called to the bedside of her sister Mrs Luther Pergram at Olym PergramdiedMiss Rosa Phipps of Indianap olis Indiana after a twoweeks rI- ft1 J r ft I L 1t iMtO 5C t L Vi spent VlJl I xleyl Sville ouse very 1 but lUll I dUIor ce tr l J path 1 jireIu InSI 1n his i Iry 71750h f Iord r x r old Sict r trs i X Sit i r 1r In ly 4 7 0 r q t i k f 1 1pv SS Il i l 4s stSSS4 SmpS ir tJ tI 4j r D t S j r5r 1f ft I 4 Cincinnati accompaniea Dy 1ib Blackburn cashier ofBerry Bank and Joe Glascock merchant of Williams town Ky paidSA Dowd a short visit by automo bije Saturilayj SIMON G IRTY Simon Girty was one of the most famous ri infamous renegades that any country ever produced He was of EnglishIrish par ntage and was born in Pennsylvania about 174143 After serving in the American cause and being present at the famous siege of Fort Moultrie in 177G he for some fancied slight or insult turned traitor deserted in the winter of 1777and joined the British forces in the Northwest territory From then until the defeat of the allied Indian tribes by Gen Wayne in August 1794 his name was a terror to the American settlers on thefrentier He took fiendish delight in organizing Indian war parties to prey upon the defenseless settlers along the Ohio Valley and in Kentucky destroying their homes and murdering the initiates or carrying them into captivityAfter of hostilities in the Northwest Girty reo tired to Canada and spent the re mainder of his life in general quietness upon a farm given to him by the English government for services Hedied in Feb ruary 1818 His wife who was Catherine Malott from Maryland survived her husband untiI January 1852 She died at the home of Joseph Munger in Col chester South Canada Mrs Girtys life was a fateful yet romantic one Married to one of the most notorious men of that it was yet a consolation to Eeriod her old age to know that those of her children who were dead had lived lives of respecta bility and that those who were yet living had established each one an unsullied reputation Strange is the mystery of fate Although the father was a man of infamous notoriety no charge could be Brought against the reputation or character of any of his children who were held in high esteem by their neighbors and by the Canadian government A number of their descendants j are still living in Canada and several in the United States VERY LIKE IT His mother i tucked fouryearold Johnny away on the top berth of the sleeping car Hearing him stirring in the middle of the night she called softly I Johnny do you know where you are7 Tours I do he returned sturdily Im in the top1 draw ar f j 0J1 1 l S r I Ib4- 111 11 jlJidihfe1Cfsun IsiIy By MARIE MANNlHG T Anther of Lord AlllnUham BnUrcpl no ofC4pyttimp Toe lit When Hamilton know Lor better lie fiiBl rot Hko to tliiuk that bo had ought her eighteen nt their first meet tain g It Impugned Ills judgment ris n tlbly tIfl of tlni world Young ladies of pllbutoho various magazines An unusual iltuatlon was abhorrent to him That should marry nu older woman one th- ore3ver who had gained her public de a field to which tie had not gained ulmlSRlon was doubly distasteful bysn a5on of hl3 dererenco to the convenne If she had flirted with himofmidsummer madness would havem jvaporated Into thin nlr but she kept m nt arms IcnglU ostensibly took and im seriously and the boy proposedof Her rejection of him was n matter of sl uch consummate skill that nimlhon lid not rouJze the keenness of his th lisappotntmiut till ho was swingingw estward oer the prairies She had confided to him that her work claimed was ker and thui She maM renounce thosegh sweet responsibilities that made theso Nipplnesa of other women jistIlila had hit happened soven years of go In the meantime be had adjusted i disappointment to the new life otm the west To say that ho had fallen love with the situation would bo to misrepresent him but the role of lone on cow puncher loyally wedded to tho thought of bin first love was not with spout charm to retcr Ilort long histu constancy would hare survived the est of pnjplnqjiity to a woman of Ja dltli Itodupya compelling personality other thing being equal it would bo difflcuit to hazard n guess The com Ing of Judith from the convent In creased tile perspective Into which Kitty was retreating With the vivid nt- pllllIIIwomou In the fforeground the pale haired writer of Verse dwindled almost to reminiscence But the rev crcnce for the usual that made up the the underlying motive torso much of Ham sh tons conduct presented barrjcrs of alongside of which his previous quan ilary regarding Miss Colbbrookcb sen larity shrank to Inslgulflcance Ho might marry n woman older than him shelf and swallow the grimace of It her ut by no conceivable system of nrgu to nent could ho persuade himself to jiarry Into n family like that of tho ber girl herself for all her m EodnCYStll rare womanliness a quar II her father the synonym obloquy her brother n cattle llet hell Peter went east bo had expect th- to find Kitty worn by the pursuit bpIUicts haunted by the phantom of to arcer resigned fo the slings and ar tr i of remorseful spinsterhood Ant ou3 regret or at least resignation erod with remembrance was the cut ho anticipated at the bands otel snut nlas for sanctuaries built uge wouadctl pridei Ho found tV the pivot f nn adoring coterie ogazllC9 lowing with tho milk iey of verse and she look MingKr If possible than when bo tknovn her 1 taV and banlshlp of the prairie v Justed the blunder of their ages Conditions had overdhnvn1 his perhaps a ccado she retained Cittngnea w ltilln wordrf that OtuutfJr op feeling ned the curled autHgr fumed braso l1CSuilIclolS cronies and sure to rouse those lightly slum bering watchdogs the feminine wits Butt Peter only turned the other cheek A telegram recalled him to th ranch and prevented a final leave taking with Mlsa Colebrooke He made his mUcus by letter and they were frankly re gretful Miss Colebrookes reply min gled sorrow In parting from an old friend with Joy In having found blm Her letter n masterpiece of phrase spinning presented to Peter the one significant fact that she would not bo averse to the renewal of his suit Ill reading her letter he made no allow alice for the fact that the lady had made a fine nrt of saying things and that her Joy and regret at their meet lug and parting might have been rem iniscent of the printed passion that was so prominent n feature of maga zinedom Her letters the like of them be had never seen outside printed vol umes of letters that had achieved th s distinction of classics culminated In the one that Judith had given him that morning nnouucing that unexpected ly she had decided to Join the Wctmore girls and would be glad to see him at the ranch That ho had flown at herb dbJg in- diCt kntw What she would least havo suspected was that Miss Colebrooke had received her visitor as If his break neck ride across the Hcsert had beer In the nature of an afternoon call If Judith knowing what she did of this long drawn out romance could havo known likewise of her knights chagrin would she havp pitied him Ignorant of tbo recent anticlimax and with a burden of many heavy thoughts Judith was penetrating a world of unleavened desolation Be neath the scourge of the noonday sun the desert lay stripped of every illu sion Vegetation had almost ceased Nothing but sun scorched dust choked sagebrush could spring from such ste rUtty The fruit of desolation It gave buck to desolation n quality more mel ancholy than utter barrenness The trail that she must take to Jims IIbutJustice Uio grave Impersonal Justice of the law or the swift Justice ofthli plains found there an 0071111 And while they sometimes suuerrd hi death by thirst or hunger a sentence mere dreadful than the law of the land or the law of the rope would have giver them the desert like the sea seldom gave up her own It was more than probable that no woman escept AIM i beImore frequent and that the trails of the range cattle turned back sniffed tho lack of water in the air slackened her pace and turned nn Interrogatory ear toward her mistress Its all right old girl The gaunt letcd hand patted tho satin neck Were In for Judith flung her heat up and confronted the tion yawning to the sky lineGoi knows what Dolly broke Into a light canter This evidently was not an occasion for dawdling There was a touch of busi ness about the way the reins were held lhat wade the mare settle down to- c 2jtlier IYLZJ11 3nuit1 l1ttlo J r1fi p t 1 I t V tItp Si 71rJ I J J 11 1 1 t apparent progress ngalns the spaced d Mlenco of the desert Fire teiVgf n miles and the curving shoulder fio mountiUn that she must eros1 l mocked In the distance Only tfrrV di moved in that Vast World of SeeMTj ImrourablP forces 4 here Was no stoic Sioux In Jhdlth Ij Th girl thex breasted the crests the foothills shrank In terror from 1 c loneMneaa and tho suggestion of s lurUltic In nmbnfih The snn v cropped behind the mountain leaving blood red pool iu his wake like lvt Cain Already night was sweepins over the earth from morn vhudovvH that flowed Injperccpr tpgcthcr like blackened pools All Dolly my ilesr a house is tho ftce for wonicu folk when the night mesn house tile tire burning clear e kettle singing nnd Dolly whin ed nn alDrtnatlve without waiting for e picture to b6 completed This vrtlp ruess sri being gradually swallowed si r the shadows us deliberately asa t ake swallows Us victim They were aring the mountains The hot blasts air from the desert blew more and ore Intermittently The breeze swept keen from the hills towering hfghef i p Wshcr and Judith breajbed deep the piny fragrance and felt the ton on of things loaaeu n little Whitening cattle bones gleamed fronT e darkness trage reminders of hard inters and scant pasturage and Jn th with the Indian superstition that in tire marrow of her bones road ostly warning in the einpty eye ckets of the grinning skulls that ared un nt her She dared not think the dangers that the looming dark liens miglit conceal or of what slicir ight flint nt her Journeys end or Whoa Doiiy Softly girl Is It my foolish white Mood nerves or la some e foIiot1g Tlie more hrd been trained to rV onci to the tllsliteyt touch on hpf v outh and sloppiil Instantly Judith swayed slightly itrtho saddle with tha hcavhig of tub sweating horse Tho blood beat nt her temples confusing V what fbe actually heard with what her Imagination pictured She was halt P way up n towering spur of the Wind i river when she slid from the saddle d putting her ear to the ground listened Indian fashion Above the 2 throbbing BtillaesH of tho desert night that canie to tier murinurously MEa 4 Impjrhiomvl roar of the sea from a ell Bbe coufd hear the regular bent horses hoofs following up the steep mountain grade She scrambled up with the desperate nlmblenewt of n huntjbd thing hut whcatAf e attempted to vault to the saddle limbs failed and she sank clir ng r Vl the pommel Twice she tried and twice the trembling of her limbs held f captive With tOe loss of each mo eat thebeat of the hoots on the trail low became more distinct JTheVery desperation of herplight kept hcrcllng Itiif to the pommel Incapable of ougtt so that when she finally fliin hcreelf to the saddle she was surprised find herself there To the left the ail dropped sharply to a precipice choked by the close crowding of many scml pines To the right the snow clad spires of the Wind river kept thelf r ernal yljdl EuThe trail Imd begun to widen Tho horse behind her again tumbled laos trilng n stone that rolletl with crashed and ccholngs d wn to the precipice be low She took advantage of the wldeh f Ing Vf the trail to urge Dolly forward VjV Her Impulse was to putspurs tp tnef 1 mare and run to take chancue Trlthii i1i Ipose stones a narrowing trail and the possibility of Dailys stiunblfg1 iiml breaking a ieg but cllscretlcn iironmj d tht showing of tz pleasantries of theyoud wltlij jBit as liist re cini of wIittserilthif IlkitrIti site cIutetl und Waited tljtf JVo woman except AUCln Jlodney had ever taken tlmt trail Tjejore coming of tills possible friend or foe The liuddImag of hoots throniti the ferno of darkness stppped as the rider below considered the latest move of the horseman above They were ao near that Judith could Iqr the labored I 3 breathing of the sweating horse The blackness of UJP night had become a ftangible thing The towering mouii 1p talris were one piece with the gaping t precipIce the trail tho scrub plne the gauntlet on her baud The horse below resumed Its stumbling gait Ju dith crowded Dolly close to the rocky wall If the chance comrade of the Wilderness should pass her by hi the 437 SarknessrGod speed him l What the deuce are you blocking the trail for sung out a voice from he darkness At sound of It JuClthe beart stbpped beating The voice waa Ietcr Uamlltona ilnncKTlNuEni MOST UNKINDEST CUTWith reference to the humors of court try society reporting MrMd X vile Stone of the Associated ljM Press tells of the account of aV wedding published in a Kansafc A t paper f 35 The story which dczcribe4 the yfff marrfage in the usual flowery a JvPv jectiye concluded with this sutViprising announcement Af The bridegrooms present t the bride was a handsome diasJmOnd broach together vithmar other beautiful things m cui glass HarperVWeekly 1Ij When a woman says her hiv band loves his home she meat he openc d a bureau drawer witi out swearing at it Those cyhohave children liw mightyiiv theories about ra jag them they are tobusy wi the factof feeding and c1Othi them ty fl rLflii 5J