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Williams 42acre farm on the Preston pike for 1600 Rain fell copiously on Wednes Sday Friday and Saturday of last week No injury was done to to baccoSLet me send you Gov Bob Tay lors magazine one dollar a year R D JOHNSON news agt Stf Big stock close prices on heat ing stoves coal hods shovels pokers grates etc at E L A T Byrons Elders Robert Campbell and n H Ross commenced one weeks meeting at night at the Whi Oak Church You had better get your Kan awha salt at Eugene Brothers before the advance Just re ceived a fresh car Coley Stones baby aged 16 months died at Odessa Monday and was buried Tuesday at the David Bailey graveyard- Just received a carload of American Field fence You know t the merits Let us have your order covering your fall require ments E LATJBYRON j it T S Shrout has a complete I J stock of furniture which he will i c t llyou for cash or credit Dont t fail to see it ifyou want to buy 4S4t4 COME COME COME See 1 our line of heating stoves which lc1Ilbi monkey tmnpn ozk ar hts All up date U 1ntecl ij 1 f oJE L DAYC1J L TSTRATION iT6aIu nt ol Liar Bethel Wyoming r Salt Lick or OlympIa an to vote dont forget to register next Tuesday Oct 2Sj I FINEP0SITIONOmarW Bar S I qerof Wyoming has been ap to a position as apprais oJ Ap ing deputy in Louisville cus t T Sb fomhpuse at a salary of 1400 per year and is now on duty IOm31s many fortune friends rejoice at jFARM FOR SALE I will ell my 162acre farm near Reynolds Anile and 4i miles from burg on the Bald Eagle turnpike well improved and watered being on Flat Creek tO tobacc6 barns stock barn corn cribs and all oth er necessary outbuildings Land in fine state of cultivation JAMES S CLARKE REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE MEET JNGThe members of the Re 1publi n Committee of Bathcoun Sty are requested to meet at OwI irigsville Saturday September29 at one m Congress roan Bennett will be present and wishes every member ofthe Com mittee to be on hand C OMAR BARBER Chairman DEFEATED PROHIBITION The four wards in Mt Sterling and rSalsothe city as a whole voted on Prohibition question Wednesday of last week The wets car ried the city as a whole 41 votes and also the Second ward 41 and the third 45 The drys carried the First ward 41 and the Fourth 5 The contest was a bitter one 2 NEW BUGGIES T S Shrout has on hand about forty new buggies and driving wagons of all prices for cash or credit It will pay you to buy now and notwait t f as they are priced at from 5 to 10 under former prices They o must be sold before winter f T S SHROUT v JOB PRINTING Remember that THE OUTLOOK is prepared to print letterheads noteheads labels billheads envelopes cards re invitations and all sorts of business stationery on the best stock in tasteful style at the most reasonable prices Compare ouv yjobyour advantage to have us do your We also print posters dodgers 4 pariiphlets and everythingusually turned out by country job office We have on hand and for sale 55 in any quantity blank deeds mort fiages oil leases and other blanks r PERSONAL f Col P M Goodwin was in lH Sterling Sunday varyrL1It Slesser went to Cincinna ti si4Thos unIfEugene Minihan and wife returned from a visit to Covington Saturday Miss Lottie Atchison has rp turned from a visit to Ohio an Lexington Woodson P Perry came homc from Cincinnati last week to spend a few days Rev McCutchari returned last week from a visit to his parents at Monticello Mo Sam Spence of Yale spent JPriday night with his cousin John spence of Pleasant Valley- I Thos L Darnell and wife left Tuesday to visit relatives in Pen Hleton and Bracken counties j Dr George E Tribou of Mt Sterling is with his family here and will remain a week or so LlMiss Ruth Palmer of near SisItelSterling visited the formers mother Mrs Susan Coyle Tues dayRev E E Holmes returned home to Warsaw Monday after a visit to J W Hutcheson and ife John Richards and wife of Knoxville Tenn Came Friday to visit Miss Jennie Elliott and other relatives Mrs Ida Elliott spent from Wednesday till Saturday with her niece Mrs Fulton Green in Mt Sterling R E Catle tt returned the past week from Martinsville Indiana where he took treatment for rheumatism Mrs Sam Patrick and Mrs Dr Gilkey of North Middletown came Sunday to visit Mrs James W Shankland Brutus Burbridge returned last Monday from Mt Sterling He hadrecently been in Cincinnati employed at thegas works Royss Aljemand vifeoffill ersburg came last week to visit the latters mother Mrs Lou Hujrhes Eouthvrestof townlWm Anderson arid fromlas eer daughter Miss Lucy v at Friday to attend the Lexin fair and also to visit relatives Port Roy altMrs Frank Whaley of Shelby tJphnwho is serionsly ill with kidney rouble Mrs Mary P Ficklin and her ittle adopted daughter are at Irs Walter Beans in Winchestter and will probably winter there John T Redding wife and two little daughters of Franklin coun ty spent from Friday till Sun c day with Mrs Rs father John t A Tincher and family Dr J H Taulbee joined his wife at Mt Sterling Thursday Kellyishome Monday night Rev C L Bohon went to beginhisManyfriends Mr J Harvey Rice who has been in the hospital in Louisville for several weeks has returned to his home at Millcreek His eyesight is much improved Maysville Bulletin Among those who attended the Lexington fair last week were Wm Jackson and Sam Estill and their families ofWyoming Miss es Catherine Rice Lottie Atchi wifeFloydRoss ing Emmett Fratman Judge J W Lane Henry T Hopkins and wife John Peters Cliff McKini van H C Gudgell Jesse Hamp ScottGoodpaster Flat Creek P H Stephens df Stepstone G D Gudgell wife GeorgeBoyd and wifeof Odess upuS1ate v Cash for eggs at the Racket Store Brother Brothers are headquarters for good shoes The temperature was cool enough for fire Monday night You had better get your Kan awha salt of Eugene Brother be fore the advance Just received a fresh car The Police Court for trying civ il cases is held the first Saturday in each month Judge94t i i a STRA H DR TH John Daugh erty of near Okla took a wagon loak of men to the circus at Mt Sterling Friday It was agreed that should be no drinking1 oti rnts by the party On the nrn home that night a tar off of some part of the wr and the men got out to hun for it A negro came alonjr with a quart of liquor and the bottle was passed around George Gray aged IS son of the widoAv of Henry Gray drank heavily t f the liquor and drank again on tjie wagpzireached qncthinkingto arouse him but investigation disclosed that he was dead It is said that he was never known be fore to drink intoxicants andiwas lOyThefact that there were thirteen per1 sons in the wagon His death is Ia singular happening because he was in good health appparently r PAINFUL ACCIDENT Henry Scott and wife went down to Lex ington last week to visit their soninlaw Andrew Minihan and f 1andMr Minihan is bookkeeper in aii office on railroad street In leavro ing the oflice tjey went out of a door with an inclined platform Mrs Scott slipped and fcll break ing a bone at or near the hip joint She was taken home in a vehicle to Mr Minihansand suffered intensely Her physicians Drs Aitkin and Holloway say ieral72 years Mr Scott came home Saturday CIRCUIT COURT The October term of Circuit Court will con flocketis11 new equity 6 old ordinary 12 new ordinary and 76 Common wealth cases There are four fel ony cases Clarence Snedegar colored charged with shooting cuttingJeffstriking old man Blankenship Flem Conner detaining female Court will likely not last over one week MRSMINERVA WILLIAMS DEAD Mrs Minerva Williams in her S2d year of age died last week at La Place Ill where she was or a visit She was a sister of Col Robert Stoner deceased and was twice married her first bus band beinc John Grubbs and her ast Gen Dick Williams who has been dead several years She and Gen Williams iinyayears at the old home that 1 q f e 0 Montgomery county on the nike from here to Mt Sterling She had no cHihlren BEW DERED Bums This is he tithe ofthe year when pheas ants or ruffed grouse and par es become bewildered and their summer feeding v grounds and oftentimes wander T ing intp towns A flock of par tridges invaded the eastern part q of town about daybreak Sundayhbecoming scattered he early risers to their matuti t nal flock call t bMt ni000 or SO 000 probably It is said that a child died in its mothers arms owing to the crush of the crowd and a hurdle rider in the circus was killedaUNCERTAIN TRAIN The early o westbound C 0 passengerS train has been running time on a catchascatchcan schedule and is anywhere from a ithant WILL MOVE TO Tows Jeff Dawson has bought of Mrs Em ily Bradbury the James Stone res t idence property on West Main street for 1900 It is under stood that Mr Dawson wilkrAove his family to town tBablingtrain was so crowded that it did not stop at Preston and about one hundred people there hadJto wait for the next train i WON PRIZEsHughes Atki son of Flat Creek won five first prizes and five second prizes on his Hampshire hogs at the Louisville State fair last week Bio STOCK OP Hardware har hess farming implements ons sewing machines wagl granite and tinware queens ByronBrosNOTICE Your city taxes for 1906 are now due Call and get your receipts before the per cent goes on This Sept 25 1906 JWEMMONS M of 0 Geo A Peed has contractda Sterlingforresidence Take your eggs to Max y at the Racket Store and get the cash for them i SKS TO S DCCount- 311uiaiianics W Lane Shrilpiaid delegates to the the State Development con Vention at Winchester in October OpOifltClforLane J 1 Nesbitt Judge W S Gudgell Judge C W Goodpnster and J J Lacy- AITOINTED ELECTIOJI OFF CEtsThe Bath County Elec MajorJ apt of last week NOTICE My wife having left Publiefor any debts of her contracting Sept 21 1905 BRUCE IlAUMONSaltLickKy newlybornbaby neighborhood thel3oazTOIJACCO CUTTING Tobacco goes steadily on The bulkof the crop will be housed the end of this week if the weather continues favorable GET A MITCHELL the best and most reliable wagon on the mar- ketoFor sale by E L A T ByronYou had better get your Kan awha salt at Eugene Brothers before the advance in price Afresh car just received Thomas Jackson and Miss Livia Williams both of south of Olympia were licensed to wed Satur day T S Shrout Funeral Director and the licensed embalmer in Owingsville 84t You had better get your Kan- awha salt of Eugene Brother before the advance in price Fresh car just received Coleman Razor and Dr A W Waldenjbought a pedigreed Po hog at the Lexington fair Born Sunday night to Robert EmilyEtbththeir sc born Born S lay night to Jas Gartmilliii i vifeof upper ly A8biborhood aSwby weighin nty pounds lV Gat a DN ing disc harrow and Hoosier u drill to do wiJl Wo fFt tnt ij1B Tond o hat the i cket Store see goods and irit prices SLIPS 0 1 IE TONGUE A few years age v Oxford a clergy man start his congregation by announcing hat the next hymn jitleshe really meant to say was Con Takqthebut the amusing slip of byheever since similar mistakes have een known as Spoonerisms fter the name of the cleric in uestion who is now Canon SpoonerThere is another story told of a clergyman who noticing the sleepy condition of his audience t the end of a particularly long nd dry discourse sorrowfully addressingbeery of weary benches What is probably the most amusing Spoonerism must be- redited to a country clergyman n the course of a solemn exhor he said Each of you my dear brethren must have known at one time or another what it is- o have a halfwarmed fish in your bosom tt The startled con gregation regained their compos ure when the preacher substituted halfformed wish for half wanned fish It may have been he same minister who announced he sermon for next Sunday will e screeched by the Rev John The ludicrous mistake was accentuated by the fact that IrCreke was the possessor of a highpitched voice which racked te nerves of those who had the courage to face one of his ser mons ISUSPECTED IT John Kendrick gangs was discussing in a New York club a case of plagiarism say the New York Tribune plagiarismsaid Mr Bangs smiling He almost admitted it was proved He reminded me of a Yonkers boy I used to know This boy said to his chum one morning I hid under the parlor sofa youngSoftlcighWell what did he say the other boy asked Ha only talked religion and politics and he kicked me about thirty times on the head He knew you were there I guess said the second boy Im afraid he suspected itIt HAVING DECIDED TO CLOSE OUT my business inSDRYCJODS A SO EtiQTgQiyS I will from this date sell my entire stock at COST for CASH until all is sold I have a nice line of ShirtingsOutings IJllr LESSON FROM A STAMP Young man consider the post stampIts is its ability to stick To one thing until it gets there The above motto is conspicu ously displayed in the office of a large lumber company located in San Antonio Texas It has cre ated so much comment throughout that section of the country that the head of the company re cently had 100000 copies of the motto printed and has distributed them among young men of the Lone Star State There is a considerable amount of truth in the above quotation which should be memorized possessesthebe brought to mind every day in the week The caliber of a young manjs shown by his ability to to to a task no matter what obstacles he may have to sur mount to complete it for like the postage stamp his usefulness in the world of business lies in his sticking to one thing until it is completed in truth the young man has to contend with an end less chain of tasks and as soon oughtftoThe young man who goes at the daily tasks and does not shrink from any of them is the one who will be most likely to be called when promotion is at hand In sticking to one thing at a time like the modest postage stamp is the first step on the ladder of success Spare Moments ABYSS YAWNED Travelers talk whichoften adds charm to the conversation of an agreeable person frequently renders a bore more tiresome than ever a fact that was amusingly illustratedby an occurrence in a Baltimore club house not long ago Ther I stood jrentlemQn saying with reference to his trip to Eu rope thae I stood with the abyss yawning before me Pardon me hastily inter- ted on- e5irc5rTiIrioecn cLtIlL unthmv o ligedtni ton to the story butvas the abyss yawning before you got thereHarpersWeeklyF0RdETFuLAcolored er took some candidates for immersion down to a river in Lou al1igatorsinjectedWhy brother urged the pastor cant you trust theLord He took care of Jonah didnt he thedarkeybutwhales got a memry but ef one of dem gators wus to smaller dis nigger hed jesgo ter sleep dar- in the sun an fergit all bout meSWIIY HE DESISTED Two women were strangers to each other at a reception After a few moments desultory talk the first said querulouslyI the matter with that tall blond gentle man over there He was so attentive a while ago but he wont look at me now- Perhaps said the other he saw me come in Hes my hus bandLadies Home Journal TRUE ErouGHHere said the cranky patron of the reading room youve been snoring hor ribly Heh granted the drowsy patronIf you only kept your mouth shut went on the cranky one you wouldnt make so much noise Neither would you replied the other Philadelphia Ledger WOMEN IN 13USINESSJUstice- allows no one to retain both the scepter and the spade Ifman in the fight for life had at every turn to say to his fair business rivals Allow me madam Please take my place I will offer my resignation the victory would swiftly be to the weak If woman desire or is forced to descend from her pedestal and vie with man she must be willing to observe the rules of the exhaust ing conflictFrom Temple Bar REVENGE Ill gget even wwith you mmamma sobbed small Elsie who had just been severely chastised How queried her mother When I ggrow up and hhave a 1little girl Ill beat the life out of hher answered Elsie inIformationit is necessary for him to know Chicago NesS i PJrrtr r PRODIGALS LuciS u n d a y school Teacher Why did the father of the prodigal son kill the fatted calf when he returned homeBright Boy Cause the prodi butcQerIPAncaAPns1cingfunny work insideinformation postThe afford to to luckByslot the right weigh may be pointedout haslmagistrate that his work is a fine art Only the wise girl selects for a husband a man whose mother didnt know how to cook Even th young man who is able to hold his own may prefer to hold the hand ofa pretty girl A woman is always wanting a man to tell her that he loves her and she doesnt believe him if he does shedoesnting unprintable remarks but few men can do it Its an easy matter to practice economyon others NOTICE Notice is hereby given pursu BathCountyAugust 1906 that the officers of the election to be held in Wyo ming voting district of Bath coun ofNovemberat said election for the purpose of ascertaining the wilt of the legal oters of said district upon the Question whether ornot they wish largeincomposed of the territory ti ILL rtev nng Bath county Iitucky mall national State COuL ty and district elections Jt is desired by the petitioners for the opening of said poll at said elec atlargedistrict this29thdayC S RATLIFF S B C SUiiOOL TAX At a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Graded School District No1 Bath county Ken tucky held August 16th 1906 an advalorem tax of twentyfive 25 cents on each one hun dred dollars worth of taxable property of said district as asSess- ed and 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 This tax is due and payable to the Treasurer at his grocery Septemberon or before November 6th 1906 a penalty of 5 per cent addition bylawS D THOMPSON Treasurer District No 1 Owings vile Ky OJL i Prescription Druggist Groceries Notions Fresh Confectioneries Fresh Vegetables Goods Delivered promptly Telephone No 8- OwINGsvii3 E ICY Clubbing Offer Our yearly clubbing offer Daily Cincinnati Times Star Sz TimesStar and Ohio Farmer 250 itnes Star and National Stock isIforR D JOHNSON Naws Ajrt TrBUCey HANESSItI I am prepared to make a loW price on Buggy jHarness Buggy Whips and Lap Robes of nit rrkinds I have a large stock to select fronl J hand will save you money J IIam yours for the best Saddles and Harness tM1r EUGENE MINi AN OwliigiHk3 kyin F U B NITU lrFh AND UNDERTAII1- k t t 4 r Edward L Barnes of Owingsviile und Wm R Fetert Jr jlately of Bethel have associated ourselves to er1 ro in the furni tare and undertaking business in Owiflgsvill f il peltfulEy so ijJlicit a share of the pcoples trade Prices of aP pct tors met See us before buying elsewhere Embalming d on the true principles of the art All calls met prompt1 day rihirht BARNES PETERS Qwillgsvllle nThePo k 1I fi r I RACKET STOKE f Underbuy Undersell For Chslil srA1 Calico yd SC Comfort Calico yd be Combs each 10 5e Mennens Talcum Powder 20c Baileys lOc Silk per spool 4e San Silk Ic Pearl Buttons per dozen Sc Darning Cotton 6 bunches 5c Mens Overalls pair 45c Mens Coats each 45c Slates each Sc Hand Lamps 25 20e Clothes Pins 4 doz for fie Pratts Poultry Food 2rI- nk per bottle 4c Star Potash 8Sewing Machine Oil 4d Keg Soda 2 pounds for 56 Package Soda per pound tprc Galvanized Oil Cans 4 4BroomsGranger Twist tobacco 4d Large Box Laundry blue Ic Ax Handles each 150 I1 Lemon Cling Peaches n20 fi 4Williams Shaving Soap J 4KeyVaseline per bottle 4dl CARRI AID FOR EGGS JriLi4+ FOR VSRCSftllA SCJe ped Lump andEluto- Cannel I a COALROSE RUN IRON CO OLYMPIA KENTUCKY Bring us your jobwork if you want it Jj1 clone neatly and when 11o1iseSUse these columns whew you htYfia ST it- thing to sell and see results v F T c = Ketkfs Great Trots LEXINGTON OOTOBER 213 Webers Famous Band 1bVp tIEc7 Ls I h X 1 Bally f Grand Concerts i 2tQOO Futurity Oct 2 Grcat 200 Pa Oct Iq 5OGO Trarsylvania Oct 4 3000 Walnut Hall CupO L i- 300O McDowcIl Stakes Oct 9 ONE QZ MO E GTAKeS DAleVol f Half Fare on AU Railroadsj r I f 4 I p t4J t T Gi IL1JUK ubllshers KENTUCKY v y Bullet that in the typo ot eJtto be udopted by the ro Is a potent argument for This bullet Is a third light IL or than any now In use but It Is most deadly Its penetrating power Is such that at a mile It would pass through 15 men It these had the gota dclphla Ledger It will go through 33 Jul inches of seasoned oak At 600 yards 32 Inches of white pine fall to stop It and at 1000 yards It is equal to 0pIercing n inches Tho lay when gappearst point about this admirable bullet Is I the flat trajectory With the present style of bullet tired at a target 1000 yards distant ouo could stand with r perfect immunity at ninny points be tween the muzzle and the target as at 50 yards the mlusllo would pass 17 feet over his head The new bill let shows a tenfoot rise at this dls tance Almost the entire space between muzzle and target would be a zono of danger Only one fault Is found by experts w1f1the modern bul itat and this is a lack of accuracy Thy think tills may be overcome and evcn If it shall not be remedied I a regiment advancing and sowing the t1 fleluVahead with bullets capable of it pcuetratlns whatever they happen to YrhTt would disconcert tho enemy It Hs noj probable that advocates oft j peace rill admire the fresh device for J I promotl g the effectiveness of troops jbutthey may gain some comfort from i the that an Implement so do 4 istructltc might give pause to the 1m declare war and anyhow that abattlc marked by its use would bo briefa tTheMotorEye To the Acaderayneck the bridge Drain and the cyclearm must now be a I added the motoreye and the wonder I is that it has remained unnamed and undiscovered till Marmaduke has this week Introduced it In the Graphic where It Is written that the medical profession has to deal with It appears that those who are 1 continually rushing through the coun t try In a motorcar cause tho eye to 1take a too rapid Impression ot the 9 things It encounters and that this 1affectsthe mechanism of the eye Na turo not prepare us for the con dltions of modern times and while It Is adapting Itself to them many un occurIall events been good to us In this respect that whenever there Is need for the coinage of a new j term the talent is always at hand to supply it And when it is the name of a new malady then this talent rises to positive genius with tho result that the nations vocabulary Increases by leaps and bounds The National Debt a Only about 180000000 of the pres Ient bonded debt of the United States Is redeemable within three years and t there should be no difficulty in paying I 4 that amount within the perIods says Mthe Bankers Magazine Morti than OooOOOj III eemable r- nea IrI3years hiIenrlym lJUt t 000 has 24 years to run It Is true that i the government has reduced the rate 4 ot interest In 1894 25000000 of tho debt bore 2 per cent 50000000 five per cent and the remainder four i J Spercont Now 235000000 bears four per cent about 64000000 three per cent and nearly 59 000000 two per Mcent Of the longtime bonds how over the Interest on 118000000 to maturity will amount to 75 per cent of the face value and on the 596000 S 000 to nearly 50 per cent I the iritellectuals of Sweden have been much exercised over the kings It refusal to ratify the election of Prof I Schuk of the University of Upsala to the Swedish kc demy although ho was elected by an overwhelming ma jority of the academicians The rea e lionat King Oscars opposition to him JtIsthat he has wrltten a history of Gustavus III the tone of which Is displeasing to the present sovereign Partisans of the professor have been saying that this is going a long way- hastbeen dead much more than 100 years f and consjderably antedated the found tf lug of the present Bernadotte dy nasty But apparently the freedom a of teaching is doomed to meet snags 1 now and then In Sweden as well as In America i There are too many attachments to our schools Indeed it has come to pass that they are schools and some iUmes roOre They should be simply tschools says the Indianapolis News Is At least social distractions should be 1L kept out of them Parents often at f 1i large expense send J their children away to boarding school that they may have time for their studies and be freed from the demands of society But we are making Our high schools social InsUtutlons This we think Is 4 t a tendency that should be checked t b 4 Some of the Russian nobility nave started the first golf club In their Itcounty Doubtless they have alreadyi golfLout any I bombs that may become mixed with 4 Vthem 1 You will have to show St Joseph Mpf that there Is any fun In the bargain counter Jokes One woman was fatally hurt and a number of others werelnjured there a day or two ago I InXabargaln rush meanIness club formed by those Evansville girls because they bad been so pes tered T y beaux looks a little boastful A Chicago man has returned homeb after an absence of 31 years He oif l f fers no explanation but doubtless he was detained downtown on business The Pennsylvania girl who Is going overIthe stage en trances tit the theaters at home p fif os1 s4 TtJ1r1T1I 5 1 I t jj llt pn L 2 MIRIAM THE LEPER FOURTEENTH In Cloud and Pillar Strict STORY OF THE WIIDCBNESS JOURNEY OF TilL HEBREW PEOPLE Br the Highway and Byway Preacher CopjrXbt l y tbe autuor w II EJion Scripture Authority Numbers chapter 12 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo of Num 8 ISERMONETTE to 9 heart 6 Lords 9 Is much 5 9 of jealousy much of spiritual 9 pride much of unholy critl 6 clsm Strange that such a dark 9 chapter could be written conX cerning Miriam and Aaron and 9 5 strange that today there are g 9 similar dark chapters In the 2 6 lives of Christian workers How o 9 often Is the coming of Christs 2 6 kingdom hindered by the jeal 6 0ousies among those Into whose r 9 9 6 8position9 ties or success or methods is x X allowed to find lodgment In the o 9 6 8heart2 9 0busyo unjust criticism Oh the harm 8 S 8cause3 judgment of God may not de c scend upon such as It did upon 6 Miriam but It Is not because 2 the sin is less heinous or Inexcusable X 6 in his sight But some O 8day when we see face to face X 9 o and all things are revealed then 9 5 shall we know what our jeal 5 0ousy what our spiritual pride 9 5 what our unholy criticism of 6 9 another have cost 9 6 But there is a bright and precious 5 9 side to this dark chapter 9 If we see Miriam and Aaron at 6 g their worst we see Moses at 9 p his best It Is here that God 6 g testifies of Moses that he was 2 6 very meek above all the men 5 o 9 which were upon the face of g o the earth Not the meekness 9 of weakness but that holy God 2 6 like Godfearing meekness that 0 could refrain from fighting 0 5 back that could trust God for X 9 vindication that could forgive 9 5 with that forgiveness which led X 2 to prayer for those who had 9 5 despitefully used him If we X need to learn the wickedness of 6 jealousy of spiritual pride of 5 9 unholy criticism we ijeed also 9 6 to learn the blessedness of ft meekness of patient waiting for 9 o the triumph of the right of God s 2 like forgiveness 9 5 There Is a difference between js jealousy of the Lords work 9 5 and jealousy of the Lords 5 workerWhen 9 5 jealousy comes In 2 for the Lord goes out 5 Slander and backbiting zealir close on the heels of 5 To be meek as Moses 2 must have fellowship with 5 faithfulness for God faith In S r God and forgiveness like God 9 a There need never be any con 5 filet among the Lords setO ants as to preferment or work 5 X to be done Read the twelfth 9 o chapter of First Corinthians es 8 X peclally verses 46 28 9- oooooooooooooooooooooooooo VER since tho appointment of the- o elders over the children of Israel there had been trouble brew Ing In the camp of Israel for Mir lam did not propose to be thus set aside as she put it without pro test Secretly she cherished the hope that Moses plan would not work and sought every opportunity of discred iting the men chosen by Moses She was Indignant that Moses had lg nored both herself and Aaron in the matterShe rather suspected that he bad thus chosen to follow the advice ot Jethro his fatherinlaw without con suiting her because he understood her prejudice against his foreign wife and her people and feared that It he asked her advice as he should have done she thoughtshe would have opposed the scheme And what proved Irritating to her beyond measure were the insinuations which had been thrown out by many of her intimate friends that she and Aaron did not seem to have much to do now As much as to say that they were no longer to be reckoned as factors in the leadership of Israel In this way she had nursed her al leged wrongs and they had grown under this encouragement until at last she became convinced that she must assert her rights She found Aaron quite In sympathy with her feelings and ready to aid her in any plans she might wish to adoptto counteract Moses Influence and authority wtlh the people They realized that they could not openly attack the new plan ofI administration under the elders and as they searched Moses record they found there was nothing they could point to In his leadership which had been unwise or indiscreet Everything was all right until the spmlng of this man Jethro exclaimed Miriam more than ever annoyed be cause of tho failure to discover a flaw In Moses career What right has this uncircumcised foreigner among us anyway and why should he have a voice In the affairs ot Israel responded Aaron Has not God said that the children at Israel shall not marry into the heathen nations about them asked Miriam a sudden Inspiration coming to her Was It not wrong that our brother should have taken a wife from mong these foreigners A fine example he is for the rest of Israel Here surely is where we may have lust cause against him An approving nod from Aaron and Miriam continued Should not Gods laws be obeyed rs It not cur duty to force Moses tout away this abomination from among usY California Recovering California bank deposits amount to 540000000 and the banks In which hey are held are credited with assets if 693000000 The loss suffered by San Francisco by the earthquake and Ire was unequaled by any similar ca astrophe n the history of the world but despite its magnitude some oft appalling force is lost in the con emp1atlon of the financial showing node by the enUre state There is Treat promise of large crops of grain ind fruits the mines and oil wells W yc Aaron again nodded assent and it was soon agreed that they should seek to arouse the people In respect to this thing and they jealously set to work anti lpOkO asnlnst tho wile whom- Mose1md marriXd There are always those who are ready to help In bUrring up trouble and It was not long until all Israel had heard tho t Ilk against Moses because ho ml taken his wife from among an uuclnmmcisud people Such criticism gave Vise in tho minds ot tho people to questions as to Moses authority and after u few liars it be camo apparent that Moses Influence and authority with tho people were waning Pleased with tho apparent successor their plans Miriam and Aaron grew bolder and they spoke openly to tho people saying Hath the Ionl Indeed spoken only by Moses Hath be not spoken also by us And this became a popular saying among tho people Hath not the Lord spoken by Miriam and Aaron also And when It became noised about that tho Lord had called Moses nnd Aaron and Miriam to the tabernacle the peo ple shook their heads and said Now shall we seo what Moses will have to say to these things for not wlthstniullng the talk anti the grow lug fetliiiK against Moses lie had made no reply hut quietly and patient ly endured the reproaches which were heaped upon him God will vindicate lila servant he said simply to his wlfo one lay who was grieved and troubled by the feel ings utiiiist her mill had been urging Moses to take some strong measures against his enemies Ilm wait And when the call came from find to meet him In the tabernacle ho knew that God haul heard and would help Expectantly tho people waited while tIme three were in the tabernacle They had watched while Miriam proud and selfconfident had passed through tho camp and entered the court before tho tabernacle At her side had walked Aaron as proud and bold as she and the people had marked their bearing and again took up the cry Hath not God also spoken by Miriam and Aaron During this demonstration Moses appeared and the cry was checked as the people noted the bowed head of their leader which turned neither to the right hand or the left as he proceeded towards the tabernacle and disappeared through the gateway to the court before the tabernacle whith er Miriam and Aaron had just gone The waiting people saw the pillar of cloud move and settle down before the door of the tabernacle and they heard the sound as of thunder while God talked with the three Then after what seemed to tho people a long time the cloud lifted and moved to Its accustomed place and they knew that the Lord had finished speaking and that soon their leaders would appear The friends and follow ers of Miriam drew near confident expectant for had sho not told them to be there to receive her But she came not A strange silence brooded around the tabernacle What could It mean As the cloud had lifted and withdrawn they thought they had heard a cry as of one in great anguish of spirit but there had come no further sound The people became more and moro nervous and apprehensive What had happened Anxiously they watched the entrance to the tabernacle court and just when it seemed as though they could stand the tense strain no longer Miriam was seen to come from the gateway With a shout of glad welcome her friends rushed forward to meet her In their excitement they did not notice that the head which had been 4e41p4tr nunat WSfctaEJBiaad entered was now bowed and that tho stately dignified walk had given place to a slow uncertain tread On on camo the people and suddenly as they drew near they heard the cry Unclean Unclean and as their startled eyes looked more closely they saw that tho flowing cloak had been drawn about the head and tho arms were raised as though to warn them backUnclean Unclean again came the cry Horror stricken the people fell back Every eye was riveted upon that dark form as It moved along Not a sound was heard except the one pry Un clean Unclean Tho people scarcely breathed in the intensity of their emotions Without moving or at tempting to follow they watched the figure pass on out of the camp Could that be Miriam What dreadful thing had happened And while the people thus ques tioned in their hearts Aaron came and told them the sad story It is the judgment of tho Lord they whispered to each other in awed whispers as they turned to depart to their tents Surely Moses is our as they lifted up their eyes and looked In the direction of the taber nacle through the open gateway they saw their leader bowed before the al tar in prayer and exclaimed The Lord Is gracious for he has heard his prayer and Miriam shall bo restored to us in seven days Inebriety and Eating of Fruit There is but one sure cure for the drinking disease or habit and that is the simplest of all The cure consists in eating fruits That will cure the worst case of inebriety that ever af flicted a person It will entirely destroy the taste for intoxicants and will make the drunkard return to tho thoughts and tastes of his childhood No perspn ever saw a man or woman who liked fruit and who had an appetite for drink No person ever saw a man or woman with an appetite foi drink who liked fruit The two tastes are a deadly enmity with each other andthere Is no room for both of them In the same human constitution One will surely destroy the otherWhat to Eat I He Fills the Bill The man who wins my admira tion said the serious girl must be one who dan stand firm In his con victions In the face of ridicule opposition and personal danger- I soc said Miss Cayenne Your ideal Is a baseball umpire Wash Ington Star are turning out new wealth more rap- Idly than ever before and If the in surance companies would pay up their losses and the striking sailors return to work at the highest wages ever paid for similar employment the Bay City would blossom into its old timo splen dor at a rate that would astonish the world A man who Is too careless to inform himself concerning the ruinous oT the liquor traffic is not living policyI his duty J JJ TA IT J r BUST WRECKS TOWN TONS OF DYNAMITE BLOWN UP AT JELLICO TENN TWELVE PERSONS KILLED Property Loss Estimated at 500OUO Carelessness of Two ten Re suits In the AWfUl Dls aster Jelllco TennTwelvo deaths the Injuring of scores of other Iersons and 500000 damage to property wero caused hero Friday when a carload of dynamite standing on a track near tho Southern depot exploded with o report that was heard for 20 miles There Is a bare possibility that oth or bodies may be recovered from lbJ ruins of buildings but this is bardl probable Buildings wcro shattered In tho business section of tho town and nearly every piece of glass within a radius of one mile of the scene was brokenThe explosion occurred at eight oclock Friday morning Tho freight tar belonging to tho Pennsylvania railroad lines contained 450 boxes about 20000 pounds of high explo sixes consigned to tho Rand Powder company at CIcarflcld Tenn Near the scene of the explosion there was ruin and wild panic Men shrieked nnd groaned as they died Buildings tumbled to tho ground and a large part of tho business district of tho city was reduced to a pllo of rubbish From beneath tho wreckage men and women maimed and bleed lag struggled Into tho streets and fled at a mad pace without stopping to ascertain tho nature of the disas terTwo causes are assigned for the ex plosion One Is that three parties were shooting at a mark on the car and that a bullet entered the car and caused tho explosion Tho other is that while the car was standing on a side track a carload of pig iron was switched against It and that the im pact caused tho explosion Without exception every business house In the town Is either totally wrecked or badly damaged The union depot of the Southern railway and tho Louisville Nashville rail road located about one hundred yards from the scene of the explosion was shattered to splinters This cut off all telegraphic communication and news of the explosion was handled by telephone The explosion occurred upon tho Kentucky side dl Jelllco and in consequence every house on that side of the town is wrecked Not one was spared A large number of resi dences located near the railroad on the Kentucky side were without exception demolished As a result it is estimated that oneseventh of the pop ulation of tho two Jellicos is homeless The line between Tennessee and Kentucky runs through the town of Jelllco The explosion occurred on the Kentucky side but owing to tho interruption of wire communication tho dispatch telling of the accident was sent from Jelllco Tenn SAGE WILL CASE COMPROMISED Heirs to Get Double Amount of Their Legacies New YorkTho will of Russell Sago was presented to tho sur rogate Friday and proved without contest Counsel for the executor an nounced that Mrs Sage intends to give to each of Mr Sages relatives who are beneficiaries undgr tho will an adiHIIonarSnin eaUaTtothdlffflonni ot his or her legacy provided there is no contest This was accepted as satisfactory by Senator Edgar T Brackett of Saratoga who was in this city preparing to contest the will in behalf of Edson M Coonrad of Watervllot N Y a grandson of one of Mr Sages sisters Under this settlement Coonrad will receive 12500 instead of G250 and each of tho 26 nephews and nieces of Mr Gage who were to receive 25000 will bo given 50000 DECLARED GUILTY OF PEONAGE Judge Imposes Prison Terms and Heavy Fines on Defendants Cape Glrardeau MoTho Jury in the Smith case Friday returned a verdict of guilty against Charles M Smith and Charles M Smith Jr and the five tenants of their farms on the eleventh count in the peonage case Judge Pollock pronounced sentences as follows Charles M Smith three years and six months in the peniten tiary at Fort Leavenworth Kan and a fine of 5000 and costs Charles M Smith Jr two years in tho peniten tiary and a fine of 5000 and costs Ben Stone and Ben Fields each one year and six months and 100 fine W Lee Rogers and William Woods each two years and six months and 100 sixITwelve Known to Be Dead London Twelve persons are known to be dead and 17 were injured in the wreck of the Scotch express on the Great Northern railway at Grantham It was stated that there are other bodies undr tho wreck Thieves Invade Bavarian Mint Munich Tho Bavarian mint was robbed of 32500 in newly coined ten mark pieces Tho thieves got into the mint by creeping through a dry underground canal which had been opened for cleaning Bennington Boiler to Aid Students Valojo CalTho boiler which exploded on board the gunboat Bennlng ton in San Diego harbor in June 1905 is to be shipped to Annapolis for illus traUve purposes in tim instruction ot midshipmen for engineering work To War for Sage Millions New YorkA contest for tho millions of Russell Sage who died last July will begin in the local courts Friday Senator Edgar T Brackett will file the papers He will act for several of tho Sage relaUves Edward VII to Send Yacht Cup Now York King Edward will glvo another cup to American yachtsmen The cup will bo tendered to the Jamestown exposition to be raced for under such conditions as the James town officials may dctefmlne Two Women Autolsts Injured Denver ColMrs L W Cooper and Miss Nellie Manning of Charlotte N C were severely injured Tuesday in a collision between a street car and an automobile on inlch they wero riding MP0 1 y f t DEAF TO THE CRIES FORk THE FRENZIED ATLANTA jLYNCHED ANOTHER MA Tjiough Assailed Victim Finds I InnocentIt Is Thought None of the Victims Was Guilty Atlanta Ga Sept 24 Unawcd by time presence of tho state troops over 1000 men strong who are patrolling the principal streots of the city some of time rowdy elements still thirsting for negro blood trie1 o reorganize the mob that successfully lynched 11 negroes Saturday Time rioters managed to gather only a few dangerous crowds one of which quickly dispatched another negro In the afternoon This man lllto Uioso killed previously was apparently Innocent of crime Two negroes had been arrested on suspicion of being concerned In tho assault on Mrs Arnold Tho prisoners wero taken to tire womans house but she Ecomeil unable to positively idea tlfy either of them as her assailant She thought however that one ot them who nailed himself Jack Murray was tho guilty man She refused to make any charge against Henry Moore his companion Took the Wrong Man Tho officers started to jail with both negroes but on the way Jack Murray who was suspected by Mrs Arnold escaped Tile officers continued with Jack Moore On Marietta street some one raised tho cry that the officers had Mrs Arnolds assailant Almost Instantly a crowd surround ed tho officers took the negro and rid died him with bullets With his dy- Ing breath he assorted his Innocence The tragedy was witnessed by many people among them some children who were playing on the street Gov Terrell having placed the city practically under martial law there was no general recrudescence during the Sabbath of the negro hunting by whlto mobs which resulted in the death of 12 negroes and two white men and tho wounding more or less seri ously of fully 100 negroes and half as many whites It was 4 oclock In the morning be fore n semblance of order was restored In tho city At 2 oclock Gov Terrell ordered out all the state troops in the city nnd placed the situation in charge of Col Clifford Andorson As soon as- Cot Anderson could get In touch with his subordinates ho distributed squads over tho city placing them at strate gic points and In a short while the situation was greatly improved Subdued By the Rain A heavy rain which began falling at 3 oclock and continued for nearly two hours was probably more effective In subduing the mob and sending Its members to cover than even the pres ence of the state troops The southern mob as a rule when hunting negroes cares very little for the local soldiery The mob mom bers believe that in their attacks on negroes they have the silent sympathy of the local troops and the view ot the mob is not far wrong Tho presence of good soldiers scat tered over Atlanta in squads ranging from 12 to 50 according to the Impor tanco of the location gave tho city a military air that Jt has worn on no Sabbath since General William Tecum seh Sherman was at its gates away back in the sixties- A disturbances was caused In the morning when a negro appeared on Marietta street near the government building with a rifle In five minutes the negro was seen by a crowd of white men who seized the gun and used It to club the negro so that he was sent to tho hospital Fifty yards away was grouped a patrol of 20 state JAstreets during the day Ordinarily Ono sees about as many negroes as white men but the lesson had Its effect on the negroes and they remained In their homes THROUGH REBEL CAMP i A March Was Threatened By Gen Avalos and His Men Havana Sept 24 Despite the armi stice which Is now in effect a clash between government troops and guer rilla forces was threatened Gon Av alos with 400 cavalry and 300 Infantry arrived at Guanajay at noon hav- Ing como by train from P4nar del Rio to Artemesa prepared to proceed to Camp Columbia near Havana This meant passing through the rebel camp Gen Guerra sent a message to Gen Avalos that this might lead to an en ounter and that ho would not be re sponsible for tho outcome Gen Ava los declared his Intention to continue the March but Gen Rodriguez by di rection ot Secretary Tart ordered him to take his force to Marie which will be done Charged With Murdering Husband Knoxville Tenn Sept 24 Charged with having murdered her third husband to get his insurance money ot 5000 Mrs Ida McNaffery 24 is in the custody of the local police Chem ical analysis of the dead mans atom ach showed traces of strychnine An ElghtYearOld Boy Sentenced Albla la Sept 24Oscar Napier 8 was found guilty of the murder of a playmate The Iowa juvenile law does not cover murder cases and the boy will be sentenced the same as If he were of mature age He deliberately shot a boy with whom ho was Playing Killed His Wife Thacker W Va Sept 24Mre Benjamin T Sloan was shot and kill ed by her husband near here The bullet penetrated her left breast Sho stated before death that her husband shot her accidentally Lumber Burned Up Nashville Tenn Sept 24Flre at the largo lumber yards of Llobcrman Lovcman OBrien destroyed five mil lion feet of quartered oak and poplar one dry kiln and three drying sheds Origin of fire unknown The loss is between 125000 and 150000 Coming Right Home Washington Sept 24State department officials stated that they expect that Secretary Root who embarked on the cruiser Columbia at Colon for Cartagena will sail direct from Carta nega for New York Slew Her Husband Chicago Sept 24Angered by ac cusations made against her In a quar rel over their threemonthsold child Mrs Lottfo McValn a negress fired four bullets Into the body of her husband killing him Instantly Then she gave herself up to the police Young Girl Confesses To Murder Brewster N Y Sept 24 Joannlo Burch time 14yearold nurse girl In the family of Herbert Wlnshlp ol Ider I ti0 y J L tr t i i r 1Dr IF fERESTING of STATE NEJJ L SUPPOSED CORPSE Laid Out Preparatory to Burial Moved and Began to Breathe Glasgow Ky Persons living in the western part of Glasgow aro excited over tho strange condition of Mrs Coorge Burgoss who with her hus band moved hero from Etolle this county five months ago Since locat ing hero Mrs Burgess became afflicted with a malady said to bo consumption and for several days had been growing worse Yesterday it was given out that sho would not live through the day Sho sank gradually until 11 oclock last night when she apparently died Several women were called In and the body was laid out preparatory- to dressing It for burial While they wero waiting for tho burial robe the corpse surprised all present by mov- Ing An Investigation revealed that Uio woman was breathing From the time she was thought to have died halt an hour until she moved there was no perceptible sign of life Respi ration and heart action had ceased and those who closed her eyes and handled the body declared she was cold and rigid After those present had recovered from their surprise restoratives were applied and in a short time she had rallied sufficiently to talk Mrs Burgess Is still alive though her con dition is very critical and her death ex pected at any time To those who helped revive her sho saidalt takes mo a long time to die Dont you think s01 FOOT RACE Suggested to McCreary by Beckham to Settle Senatorial Battle Louisville Ky There might have been a unique day in Kentuckys history if Gov Beckham and Senator McCreary had really meant what they said when one submitted a proposition for a foot race to settle the senatorial question and the other quickly took It up The governor and the senator met at the state fair and hobnobbed togeth er for a large portion of the time They were in the judges stand wait ing for the calling of a race when the governor suddenly said Senator we might as well settle this question now as any other time Suppose we go out on the track and have a foot race for the nomination for senator Quick as a flash Senator McCreary came back That is pertecUy agreeable to me he said but I would suggest that the ills tance be a mile that we may better test the running qualities of each Among those in the stand was Gen John B Castleman and for a moment every one accepted the challenge seri ously But the proposed foot race passed into the 1906 campaign joke book FEUDISTS FIRE Forty Shots Killing One Man and Wounding Two Others Sergent KyIn a second battle between the Mulllns and Fleming fac tions on the LetcherPlke border James Anderson aged 33 years of the Mullins party was shot and killed and Hiram Mullins tho leader was prob ably fatally wounded The shooting was done by the Fleming faction it Is said John Fleming leader of his side was shot in a leg Forty shots were fired in the fight It is said that the losses of the Mulllns have been so great that they have decided to dIn b QJ1d IN CINCINNATI The Man Convicted In Kentucky Says He Planned Crime Mt Sterling KyW W Eubank charged with usurping the office of road supervisor was fined 500 and Frank Sayman charged with burglar izing the residence of Col A W Ham ilton was sentenced to nine years In the penitentiary Sayman testified that he formerly lived at the Hamilton home and met his pals in Cincinnati and formed the plan to come here and rob the residence Ed Warner and Martin Sayman charged with being ac cessories to the robbery got seven and a half and six years respectively Burglars Entered Post Office Covington KyA telegram from Butler Ky states that burglars entered the post office there and secured about 25 and a large quantity of stamps ot various denominations They also broke into the drug store adjoin tag and secured 25 in cash Search For An Heir Lexington Ky Sheriff John MeEt unItyasking for information concerning one E E Huddloston who was last heard of here Huddloston is hejr to the es tate of the late Judge Simpson ot Texas Up to the Mayor Frankfort KyThe court of appeals decided that the statute permits the police judge of the fourthclass cities to appoint a clerk and if the city coun cil passes an ordinance fixing the salary ot the clerIc the mayor must issue the warrant to pay the clerks salary Mrs ORourke Dead Covington KyMrs A ORourke aged 44 wife of R T ORourke chair man of the democratic executive com mittee of the third legislative district of Kenton county died at the residence ot heart trouble An Angel Captured Bloomington 111Cyrus Angel was arrested here charged with murder He was indicted by the Pulaski county Ky grand jury in July He fled and has been employed as a farm hand here He will be held until the arri ral ot a sheriff from Kentucky Packet Hanover Sinks Louisville KyThe gasoline packet Hanover which plies between Bethle hem Ind and Louisville Ky struck i rock at Bethlehem 20 miles east of leffersonvllle and sunk in throe feet Df water The craft may bo floated Killed Negro Assailant Elkton KyDan Moody white Is snot and killed Elliott Smith a negro at Guthrio lIe says that while he was at work ho was attacked by Smith and two other negroes who held him and beat him with rocks When released he secured a revolver and shot Smith Three Arrested for Murder Lancaster Ky Marshal Beasley and Deputy Herron arrested Sam and Jones Simpson brothers and Curt chargedI A RESORT OF NOTED cROOKS Yclept Hells Half Acre the Scno of a Shooting Affray figllJand u man named Thompson from Flat Lick Knox county were shot countyThomasand is dying Thompson is shot through the arm and is seriously wounded But Lanham of Lily this county is accused of shooting both men and has made his escape The place where the trouble occurred Is known as Hells HalfAcre and Is a woodland just outside the corporation CampRivernoted crooks congregate and several men have been killed there within the last few years The resort Is so sit uated that tho city authorities of Cot bin can not Interfere with the offen ers and they have little trouble in escaping the officers of Laurel and Knox by crossing the county line when they were pursued Deputy Sheriff W N Scoville of this city went to the scene of the fight tonight and placed several men and women under arrest and will bring them to the London jail tonight AN INVESTIGATION Into Ketterer Case U Ordered by the State Board oftontrol Frankfort KyTlio state board of control ordered an Investigation into the sudden death of Fred Ketterer of anyhimsued the following statement The state board of control In special session has determined to make an Inves tigation of tho cause and circum stances attending tho death of Fred Ketterer recently a patient In tho Eastern asylum for the Insane at Lex Lexlngtolto formulate the method to be used In making tho Investigation The board has Instructed Judge Morton that its purpose and deslro Is that the invest gatlon shall be full and complete and that the facts relative to the death of Ketterer be clearly established with out regard to consequences The result of the Investigation whatever it may be Is at the service of the Fayette county grand Jury which meets in October INDICTMENTS FOR MURDER Returned Against Sheriff and Posse That Captured Frank Ball MIddleboro KyThe grand Jury In session in Lee county Virginia return ed indictments against Kentucky offi cers who captured Frank Ball at Rose Hill August 9 The men are charged with the murder of John Lee Lee was killed in the fight between Ball and the officers Those indicted are Rice W Johnson sheriff of Bell county RLGivens Gordon Givens Newton J Wil burn John Glynn of MIddlesboro and James Rollins Ike Vanblbber and John Wilson of Pinevllle deputy sheriffs It is said that Gov Swanson will ask Gov Beckham for requisition of these men The members of the party who assisted tho sheriff and his posse have been Indicted as accessories to the murdar of Lee This party was com posed principally of business men ot Mlddlesbnro and Pincville It Stays In for Life Hbpklnsvllle KyThe mandate ot th court of appeals affirming the life sentence of Charles Finch was received In November 1903an un known white man was murdered and robbed and his body mutilated as he slept In the woods by a roadside near Pembroke Finch and eight other ne- groes were arrested Seven received life sentences George Holt was hanged and tho ninth escaped by turning states evidence In Seven Minutes Sergent Ky After a deliberation ot only seven minutes a jury found Wil- lIam Shepherd guilty of having killed Riley Webb of Big Cowan Creek and fatally wounding his own wife In December 1903 Shepherd was given a life sentence Dead In Arizona Morgantown KyA M Hunt received n telegram from Thatcher Ariz saying that his brother Percy Hunt a railroad mail clerk of that city died there Percy Hunt was a railway mall clerk located at Cincinnati for several years Indicted for Murder Sergent KyThe grand Juryof Let cher county has returned an indict moat against Joseph Davidson aged 39 years a farmer of Line Fork charging him with the murder of John Trlvltt his neighbor Davidson is a fugitive Woodford County Goes Dry Versailles Ky Woodford county gave a majority ot 533 for local option With fourteen precincts the temper ance people were victorious in all but three This will remove every saloon from the county including the towns of Versailles and Midway Panic Narrowly Averted Louisville Ky With a terrible roar the manhead of a boiler In the en gine room of the Central Kentucky Asylum for the Insane at Lakeland blew out and a panic among the Inmates was narrowly averted Hart Countys Clay Fields Louisville KyAccording to V A Smith of Indianapolis Hart county Kentucky has the richest white clay fields in the world there being enough In sight to place a valuation on the property of several hundred million dollars Hager Is First Louisville Ky Judge Hager candidate for governor paid his entrance fee being the first of the candidates to show His check was for 2250 Shortly afterward Attorney General Hays sent a check for a like amount Baxter Wants It Glascow Ky Since Senator EP GIHenwater democrat defeated Frank P White republican two years ago there has been no scarcity of democratic candidates The latest Is H S Baxter of Hestand Monroe county Shot His Playmate Lexington Ky News has been received hero of the accidental shooting of Arthur Archer at Salyersville by Scltz Clark a playmate The boys were playing about a livery stable and found a revolverS r II PERUNA PRAISED MRS ESTHER M MILNERSBox 321 DeGraff Ohio Dr S n Hartman Columbus Ohio Dear Sir I was a terrible sufferer from pelvic weakness and had headache myhouseworkI wrote you and described my condi tion as nearly as possible You recom mended Peruna 1 took four bottles of Hand was completely cured I think Peruna a wonderfulme tfcneand have jrecommended It to my friends with the very best of results Esther MMilner Very few of time great multitude of women who have been relieved of some pelvic disease or weakness by Peruna ever consent to give a testimonial to bo read by time public There are lioweverafcwcoumageoms women who will for the sake of their suffering sisters allowt publishedMrs In her gratitude for her restoration to health f A GRATEFUL LETTER TO- HARTMANI DR sime is willing that the women of the whole world should know it A chronic inralidbrninh hntSto health is no small matter Words Sl tre inadequate to gratitudeSflew Mercury Deposit A new mercury deposit is said to have been discovered at WIeder Bchwing In Carinthia Austria a little to the north of the district of Carni ola where similar deposits extend from Idria to Neumarkt The deposit is thought to be extensive Floating Exposition Three hundred British firms have contributed to an exhibit of goods which Is displayed on the lower decks of a former military transport and will be sent from London todtffercnt ports of Canada the West Indies 1South America South Africa India China Japan and Australia The voy age Is expected to last 12 months Low Rates to the Northwest Every day until Oct 31st the Great Northern Railway will sej1 ono way Colonists Tickets from Chicago at tha following low rates To Seattle Portland and Western SWashingtonEqually low rates to Montana Idaho Oregon and British Columbia 4MAXAgent 220 So Clark St Chicago IlL Why Music Attracts Spiders JIt has often been said that spiders 7are fond of musc but a French inves tigator M Lecaillou now asserts that this Is not true He says that their L musical sense must be attributed merely to greed or to hunger Whom a fly is caught in a spiders web it buzzes and the spider Immediate makes fop the place from which tiSbuzzing comes M Lecalllbn JJy lperimentlng with a violin some file a piano violoncello and a cornd found that only those musical sounil a which resembled the buzzing of the flies attracted the spiders The cornet for instance invariably frightened it and so did the piano c Plumage of the Bluebird Of the male bluebird Thoreau said He carries the sky on his back To this John Burroughs added and tho earth on his breast The birds back wings and tail chin and throat are a vivid blue while his breast and flanks are a chestnut brown and his abdomen a dirty white The female Is very much duller In coloring often having a reddish lone that extends from the middle of the back over the shoulder The Seminole Indians say that the male bluebird once flew so high that his back rubbed against the sky which imparted to him its own azure tint Returning to earth his wife so W admired his new coat that she deter mined to have a like no for herself and the next morning flew away to get It but the day proving somewhat cloudy the color given to her dress was not so brilliant as was that re celved by her mate Arab Pasha Old and Friendless In a little house up a by street of the Mohammedan quarter old friend less broken lives the mail who might have ruled Egypt IS j If you ask 20 people in Cairo to day Where is Arabl PashaTlS will t tell you that he is dead while the other five do not know In fact after the bombardment of Alexandria he was sent to exile for life In Ceylon but was allowed some four years ago to return to his native city It was only after a weeks hardfer noting that I discovered through ann t live journalist the whereabouts of the great man Even now in his seventieth year he Is a big man In his prime he must have been Immense White hair and beard a broad thoughtful forehead surmounted by the Turkish tarboosh kindly eyes dulled a little by age but lighting up wonderfully when be talks about things which interest him a straight powerful nose a largo mouth which must once have been busrd and cruel now softened by ad vsrslty Though the day is warm he wears an overcoat and he walks heavily on a massive ebony stick i Pall Mall GazetteS KIDNEY puiS s- unIg l f t T I 1 i f I r4 Ip DOCTOR Dr PAIRED IAnemli Woman Cured by Dr Wit Hams Pink Pills Recommends tho Pills to All Others Who Suffer Anamill is just tho doctors iiamo lot bloodlessuess Dr Williams Pink Pilli hungerIsays mytf to tho most terriblo heartaches My heart vohld beat so ir t regularly that itwna painful and there a came a morning when I could not get F Iv up My doctor said I had anaemia and 4 bo was surprised that I had continued to live in the condition I was in s i 1 was confined to my bed for nearly two months tho doctor coming every Srday for tho first few weeks but I did not improve to nmoniit to anything Al t together I was sick for nearly two hadIappetite cramps in the limbs and was 4 X nuablo to get n good nights Rloep My Isgs anti feet were so swollen that I feared they would burst long aftor I tried Dr 4WillianiPiiik Pills I felt n change for the better I have taken about twelve theIgrave as now as had a new lease of life I have no more I headaches the heart bents regularly my checks are pink nud I feel ten years younger I feel that I havo been cured Very cheaply and I have recommended tho pills to lots of my friends Dr Williams Pink Pills are sold by nil I druggists or will Ira sent by mail cm re ceipt of price 50 cents per lox nix boxes a 360 by the Dr Williams Modiuiue Co Schenectady Y Its a case of unspeakable misery when a woman has no one to talk to Money refunded for each pnckapc of unsatlsatol your druggbt ut Passport Hard to Forge 1 When a traveler In China desires a passport tho palm of his hand is cov ered with tine oil paint and an Impres S slon Is taken on thin paper This pa iperofficially signed constitutes his l a Cheap Excursions Suth On the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of eachS month tho Big Four Ry will cursion tickets to most nil point in TennesseeaSAlabama and Georgia at rate of one- 18 Jfare plus 200 with return limit 30 Sdays Liberal stopover privileges Write I P Spinlng General Northern 4 Agent Big Four Route 238 Clark St Chicago Tor further Information 1 i ff Serve as IltuminantwI v The fireflies of Jamaica emit so 5 1 tt brilliant a light that a dozen of them 11 enclosed within an Inverted tumbler f i will enable a person to read or write at night without the least difficulty ftip Indeed It Is an expedient to which many resort These files are In size as large as a common hive bee and harmless Their hSr eter to tho natives and Is an Indica tion of approaching rain fJ 1 Tortoise Surprised the Cook The tortoise Isa great sleeper One was a domestic pet in an English wSnating came he selected a corner of 4the dint coal cellar for his winter t a t p quarters A new cook was engaged YStoises In a few months the tortoise q woke up and sallied forth Screams i soon broke the kitchens calm On Ientering that department the lady of a i T the house foqnd the cook gazing in fi o 1 awestruck wonder and exclaiming p 4j = with unsteady hand she pointed to 1ttbo tortoise My conscience look attb01stone which Ive broken the foMirwl a winter vfc JAPANTAKES TO NEWSPAPERS GeheratioxAca4I 1 l 4 v in Japan there were already in 1902 1328 newspapers dailies and others the highest circulation of any one pa 9 per reaching about a quarter of a mUg lion says the Worlds Work the lower classes one paper Is read h as far as I have been able to observe fathe older people cannot read but all ts L the younger generation can p Th most eager Interest is taken not iiice4 very recent nationalization of the rail t ways Every newspaper posts Us daily Issue In the street and all day Itong groups of readers too poor to a buy a copy replace each other to scan the news of the day Discussion runs i high among people who are far below the voters level though every male a k over 25 years of age and paying a dl itr root tax often yen five dollars Is en tuZ titled to vote The rights or dlscUI elon jublic assembly and publication are as fun and as fully taken advau r tag of as In England THE WAY OUT F 1jr idaI Y Happiness a An ambitious but delicate girl after falling to go through school on ac count of nervousness and hysteria found in GrapeNuts the only thing 5a rthat seemed to build her up and fur healthjsays I have 5 1 not been strong Being ambitious to I learn at any cost I finally got to theQ 1 HIgh School but soon hail to aban isrqa prostration and hysteria I fj My food did not agree With me I J grew thin and despondent I could I Jj not enjoy the simplest social affair for nervousft Ijr This wretched condition continued t Sq until I was twentyfive when I be f came Interested in the letters of those I I I who had cases like mine and who Were being cured by eating Grape 1ir Nuts 1 1S I had little faith but procured a q iyT box and after the first dish I expe z k igthatIt dlnary food I slept and rested bettor d that night and ma few days began 1L to grpw stronger ir i I had a uiw feeling of peace and 0 reatfuless Ina few weeks to my 44ik great joy the headaches and nervous Iness left me and life became bright and hopeful I resumed studies c I andlllletiugbllenmonthswith ease It o course using GrapeNuts even t befih Id1pi4 given by Postum Co Battle Creek Mich Theres a reason Read the WellvUleos r 41l I is ur mm K 4 2 j t Ii4 t 4 J J L M lt J T r1 f J ia t JPrl oJ 1 d 0 AJas 0 lI r 4r tft tJ 55 S J I ft i I i MLavender CreiglTfonv J SlLovers roByCopyright by Olivia B Strohm geCHAPTERVInslow Gonzaga started o lently as he realized her mistakehalo of which she had spoken v T optical delusion common to tho fever and so blinding as to account for her errorweak too and ill as sho was Another trick of fate to alii him Ills quick wit saw tho possible advan tage for him In tho role ot the favoredS Winslow And Lavender heard her mothers words sho needS not know that ho spoke In other acter Louder this time and for the benefit Of tho listening girl ho said Perhaps my halo Is brightest because I b teringarrange for your return homo do you want to go Tho thin face outlined in perfect profile against tho pillow relaxed In a smile of infantine sweetness the eyes glowed with eagerness as though be hind each a tiny cresset burned BulL tho spark went out as quick the heels of delight camo tho senso of duty tho habit of sacrifice I cannot leave the rest slue mur muredAnd what if they go too What if you all go homo together Ah that would bo the answer to prayer And you will get well faster It wo promise to take you back Sho nodded slowly with perfect trust and a happy sigh of content and then sank again to the pillow During this dialogue Lavender hat drawn closer standing tense and upright against tho wall her ears strained for the words which seemed f loreightedingAs Gonzaga pronounced the pronoun wo she gave an Involuntary startS and took a step nearer But before sho could speak Gonzaga anxious to c d itoundodC faLavendert minereadily enough this time to let the ob noxious visitor pass out At the open- Ing of tho irregular row of stones hich served as fence they paused lavender was tho first to break silence Was it right to raise mothers hopes with such a definite promise It will to all tho harder to disappoint her Wliy must she be disappointed There is a waySShe was is eyes or she must have read their message Her own were upon tho sumach bushes opposite saving their cardinal glory for a later day when they alone might shine In a brown and barren wood She shook her head There is no ay Father has tried to sell the farm meeting only ridicule where men may have land for the asking The work so far has added little to the value You see we have figured It out prac tically sho ended with a sigh add ing At great expense we came wo have no way to return Except with me- At his words sho gave him a led glance and thenher eyes ly d Sroopedhis meaning He was bending close his De vouring her as If with the v of his passion ho could bend ur wilLit to his In the long pause which followed Lavender had time to regain self possession and her voice was calm now almost cold Am I then to understand that you wilt take my mother back homo If I will marry youlHer matteroffact tone and manner for a moment chilled his ardor dthetion Could he not make her deslro It toogHis heart sank as ho read the answer In her eyes cold blue and clear like violets burled in a glacier But again the old recklessness consumed him she was cold but she was beautifulaThat is my offer fair one your mothers comforther life perhaps may be saved it rests with you Then suddenly another argument boccurredvanity that I seem to have found favor in your mothers sight You will ad mit the cordiality of her manner to night Again I say it rests with you A curious Jay peeped and twittered at them from a dead larch near She watched the bird soar away like a flash of blue flame then said You say It rests with me and In the same breath declare it to be her wish That is a paradox senor since her wish must ever be my law She paused a moment then added dreamily I wonder If this offer of yours is an answer to prayer Nay hear mo to the end For my mothers sake I pray dally hourly for a way a way to take her back homo where they tell me she may win new lease of life And her lifeIt Is very dear to me senor There was a hint of tears In her voice and the little dreary smile made the mans heart feel a new throb of pity But passion was stronger and he would not falter now Suddenly she faced him and said sternly As for your part senor If you are the Instrument sent in answer to prayer no doubt I should thank you butbut I hardly know Are you noble and generous or are you seizing an unfair advantage of my helplessness Neither fair one I am in love with youThen comlpg closer and with pas sionate voice Love is my reason my excuse my text By It alone I The Quiet Answer As a young and unknown man I went down to a certain sessions court on the Oxford circuit to prosecute for the crown In a case of extensive robbery from a goods shed of the London c elrIcultcult manto drive out that evening and dine with him at manor My case bad duly come on and I had so cured a verdict of guilty during the r1i ip 1 y J J S claim the right of way to U C highroad of your heart fHo dropped on his treeaud oVsl her hand pressed its to hisf s To tho overwrought girl mclodramatlc tho lovers zeal nonestf uo wanted to tell him a no highroad to her heart only w Il1thatlts end u gato vhlcir vas rever locked slnco ano ild the key But sho saw ti fervor hack of the grandiloc manner and withdrawing saul in ntler tone timr 7will iteaktime to ponder v Advice of co Plurseca siseliest judge An lYOU need time to IloThen as ho an about to protest No it is not iTht thing to take a wife who fran is limit an Indifferent regard it over so shall I Goodnight nd without giving him time for further pleading sho tu slrnedThe man watched her as she walked listlessly to the cabin and for a mo ment his heart misgave him Then his lips closed hard over clenched eth nah wo lovers aro fools enough without adding prudence to our crimes and ho strodo to his waiting canoe Dejected slow Lavender returned to her mother whom sho found In a state of high fever Daughter are wearo wo going homo she breathed If you wish it dearest Oh I do I do iho flush slowly reddened tho drawn cheeks and she wept the ready tear of sickness Lavender bent over the bed and spoke distinctly Perhaps I shall be married mother dear and then we- anc all go back A shade of anxiety passed over the wan face Married My little girl a wife Ills wife Then as Lavender bowed without speaking Well since it must be some day ho would be my choice daughter Ho is more than a knight he is a man But again the smile gave place to a ok of anxious Inquiry You love h You will bo happy child A tempest passed over Lavenders soul and her heart rose in hitter rebellion She wanted to sob out tho whole story on her mothers breast That had ever been her refuge must fall her now Sho rend the answer the rising flush on tho sufferers ce In time glitter of tho eyes Wha- tatterher own wishes How paltry seemed in tho presence of this shadow I will be happy mother Very happy if you arc The long afternoon light faded and sickly beams slanted through tho bars of the window throwing the shadow of a cross on the wall Just above hung the picture of tho Holy Mother and Child So we are going homehomeving Are We Almost There was a pause and Lavendertdrew her breath hard vibrant but steady she sangaAnd in secret sbe sighed for a quiet spot Where ehe oft had played In childhoods hour Though shrub or flower had marked It not It gayestbowerLower and lower sank the voice then the singer stole from the room leaving the sleeper to happy dreamsi CHAPTER XVIII It was high noon when a few days later Gonzaga came for his answer Intense quiet prevailed the earth seemed asleep in a breathless siesta while not a leaf sUrrednot a cricket chirped With a sigh of relief the- paniard sprang from his boat andS entered tha bosky shade of shore For the sun poured dazzling beams on the- aterw until Its surface glowed as with he sheen of myriad dace at play- A soft swishing sound arrested his attention and peering through shelter- Ing boughs he spied Lavender lazily swinging on a grapevine which formed a gnarled arch between two giant poplars One shabby II ttlo shoe with Its high heel brushed the ground her headwith eyes halfclosedwas pil lowed on one arm which bared to the elbow clasped the vine An amorous sigh escaped the beholder and Laven er rose looking about like a startled awn Did I disturb you he asked for there was no mistaking the re retful tone with which she had exclaimed Ah Is it you senor Yet in spite of the doubtful welcome he found courage to say Forgive metif I am Importunate but it is hard to bear suspense in love and II am not accustomed to waiting His native Imperiousness showed even in the presence of his ladylove she was quick to notice tho tone and her own was cold Then do not wait for me I eg she said In a flash the undercurrent of arrogance changed to an earnest appeal ask pardon humbly but It means so much to me that to win you I would bend all wills to mine even yoursHe seated himself on a log at her feet gently swaying the vine on which she rested I have come for my an swer he said She was silent he pulled the vine forward until Its winsome burden was close to him Is It yes or no ho insistedTossing her sunbonnet lightly at him sho jumped from the swing and with an attempt at gayety said Ah senor you expect too much II have not quite decided The man was distracted between anger and love for his fair tormentor And It was harder to bear her hesita tion because he knew it was not mere maiden coquetry A question trem bled on his lips he length he found courage to say There Is to be a meeting next Sunday at the little church on the road to St Louis Rev Father Ballinger will lead the serv ice Go there with me be married tome lIthenthen for Virginia and your old home Thus in low rapid words he plead ed his cause he was selfish he was influenced by the hope of reward in her loveall this he admitted but in time she would learn to love him and the doctors warningher moth ers health ah there was much at stake afternoon Having changed Into eve privatejfor the fivemile drive out About halfway thereI as a newcomer not hav Ing apparently been noticed by the rest the Inside of the vehicle was as dark as Erebus a certain Mr T a great talker asked in loud tones Who was the young Idiot who prose cuted in that railway case fromia man so a before or slncePall Mall Gazette d iC vJ lf t 1 f21JVX climax In his appeal IIIV her and sekud her iuM d iling tliiri his hOt Hasp SS i tanned linguij lie Ito un Jjhor oyts that moment there wa t r o In the uudurgiowth lieu ii rjothtT second the Indian Iiia pearedIkeen as a falcons ho star1 soaio timo And under S as relentless as it was Gonznga chafed doman at last Uy what right do you hero Time forest belongs man is his gift from th iipirit Then tUridir Avender he aced in her lia basket of pan cs arranged wit artistic caro It seemed as though to tho giver each ower were a tiny face worth thought ful setting Oil how beautiful From Mr Wiuslow She spoke impulsively and tho Spaniard bit his lip In jeal ous fury lie noted the Involuntary delight of her tono and manner as it burled her face in the delicate blooms In jerky gutturals Owatoga said These are thoughts my friend said thoughts for time paleface maiden A pretty sentiment In truth our friend is nothing if not a poser Gon zaga Interposed with a sneer and for a space no one spoke The girl ad mired the Ilowers In a quiet rapture THEN DO NOT WAIT FOR MENI BEG SHE SAID tklckinjhes ittoicon the ground a few feet away hit a frmpleThis proved too much for Gonzagaa patience already strained He strode close to Lavender Apparently this fellow means to stay it is not worth while arguing with him I shall therefore retreat for the present How ever and he looked long into her eyes I only live In the hope of seeing you again It fs goodby then for tho pres nti she asked with an eagerness ain to conceal He came so close that his lips touched her ear Think over what I In the meantime I shall dream dios he ended abruptly as he saw the Indians severe compelling gaze An ardent pressure of her hand then he strode away leaving the Indian in possession of the field Nor did the latter fall to appreciate his victory the morocco skin wrinkled over the high cheek bones n a satirical grin Lavender too cOll11not forbear smiling as she I fear you antSthe Spanish gent ire not tho of friendsThe br my friend he replied with a ant look at the flowers s dhetoils mans unwelcome love Can you not be a friend to both 1 bho asked sadly Tho man gave a grunt of dissent Lavender touched Ills sleeve I am glad you are Mr Winslows friend sho said but if yau are mine you must be also his and she pointed In the direction thp Spaniard had taken Sho could not fathom tho meaning in his eyes when he demanded Will the white maiden go as the dark stranger said Go where To the white mans house with Iron finger which they say points to the Blessed Islands Sho started guiltily with a violent blush Then he had heard what Gon zaga had said had heard him ask her o go with him to the churchto marry him Owatoga had heard and and he would tell Winslow A sudden shame quite overcame her what would Winslow think Would her heart seem a light thing to be so lightly won Or worse still would he think her wicked unmaidenly to give her hand without it But she rallied aa quickly after all what did It mat ter Gonzaga at least loved her had boldly avowed it had pledged the bet tlreturn Must she risk her duty for th5 sake of anothers opinion And that otherhe whose loves were many what right had heat tho thought her heart was ice Owatoga repeated his question You will go to tho house of the Great Spirit with him 1 Hard and cold her voice sounded Perhaps II have not decided Owatoga will be there too was the reply accompanied by a myste- rIous smile and without further word the Indian disappeared In the forest To Be Continued Logical Preference The young minister who was not entirely free from vanity was speaking a his favorite subject By the way he remarked lightly which do you prefer may I asK my written sermons that I read from mat uscript or my extemporaneous efforts The grump parishioner knew the min- Ister was fishing for a compliment but yet he replied Oh your written ones by all means And why may I ask again rejoined the ministerIBecause when you read it you know When youre through and quit And the young minister went away parishIonerwould not do to get smart with him Baltimore American ThinkingTimo who quotesMaybe so answered the practical person but I never could convince myself that it Is as Inconvenient to ba brolteWashington I A Professional View Mr Bligglns Is a goodhearted man n Perhaps answered the physician but he wont be very long unless ha quits going in so strong for athletics Evening Star i LY I J 1 I J Wise Modern Australia under Its conp1 erned by a responsible minis Alt the shadowy figure of a power s governor general representing tho orgotten crown and tho filmy figment of British supervision says Every bodys Magazine At the head of time real government is time premier who o the leader if the party that secures a orir in lament Six es 5VictorIa ternIAhSlrlllalow in representation Is on a basis 01 popula toln In the senate or upper house each state has six members Lower house members are elected for threo ears senators for six years hut sen ators terms are so arranged that half tho senate must bo elected every threo pfranmerstion ordained tilt choice of their sen ators by popular vote anti put It out of time power of their supreme court to become a third legislative body greater than the nation No More MonoclesgCandidates for army will now have to face an increased stringency In tho regulations with regard to time examination for hbeenin tho details issued for the exam ination of officers of time militia and imperial yeomanry for commissions In tIme regular forces it Is expressly laidadown that no relaxation of tIme eyeo sight test can ever bo allowed Oncother points it appears that candiA dates who are pronounced unfit by tho medical board will be allowed to proS sent themselves for recxaminatlon by an appeal boardm Itthosesion direct Should it be enforced to tho full It probably involves the disappearance of tho eyeglass as a military adjuncto Indon MailpFactory Where They Use Spiders Tho spiderweb gown may soon boa reality for time threads of thou ligatheredshimmering silken fabrics On the is la of is tcarrieda ement of tho who has b peens btrangestspiders toil day and night and dlo om overwork and from ignorance on part of tho attendants Therein lies the chief difficulty The spider seems perfectly willing to spin out In the mango groves of his native land but It grows sulky when transplanted to the specially prepared cells in tin silkspinning factory of Madagascar Clouds of Insects- A Sandwich correspondent says that a remarkable but very unpleasant phenomenon occurred there Out of the fog which overhung the channel what Is described as looking like a largo black thundercloud suddenly advanced from time sea across time sandhills and spread over Sandwich and the surrounding district It proved to be a thick cloud of millions of winged insects which stung people like gnats The River Stour w tasof tho insects London Times Cats and Asthma Persons of asthmatic tendeucIesIkeep away from un Pretty BadaAny editor who has had experience with academic contributors knows too well that in many cases it makes no iFrcrenco what grammar rhetoric pelling i s book they profess practically they phrase worse and spell no better than the average college graduate N Y Evening Post Dead Buried by GovernmentlIn many parts of Switzerland the government buries the dead supply Ing coffin and undertaker free of charge Brought Back from Death Capt Knowles superintendent of tho lifesaving service at Providence It I kept his men working uninter ruptedly for one hour and fortyfive minutes In the effort to restore to life a man who had been under water nearly half an hour before tho body was rescued and taken ashore his boat having capsized The efforts were successful though tho unfortunates limbs were stiff teeth were clenched and body cold and purple as a plum showing that there was no surface or local circulation Shade of Izaakl A stand at a distillery at Frankfort Ky broke down the other day and 16000 gallons of whisky were lost it ran into Benson creek Farmers liv ug on the banks of the stream later saw hundreds of fish either floating lazily or else leaping playfully on the surface and altogether unafraid of the presence of the men The farmers caught them by the bushel and it was not until tho news of the break at tho distillery became known that the mystery was solved Th Jsh had become Intoxicated N Y Tribune MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Sept 22 CATTLEExtra 5 10 5 35 CALVES Extra 8 25 HOGS Choice 60 6 65 SHEEPExtra 4 60 4 7- 5LAMBSExtra 7 50 FLOURSpring pat 4 35 4 60 WHEAT No 2 red 73 74 CORNNo 2 mixed 4- 9OATSNo2 mixed 35 RYE No 2 choice 62 61 HAY Ch timothy uijIlG 50 BUTTER Dairy 16 APPLES Now bbl 2 00 2 50 POTATOESNew 1 85 2 00 TOBACCONew 7 95 iflulS 00 CHICAGO WHEATNo 2 red 72 73V4 CORN No 2 mixed 4S OATSNo 2 mixed 33 PORK Prime mess 16 60 tiMfi 62 LARD Steam 8 Sn NEW TOBK FLOUR Win pat 3 75 4 JO WHEATNo 2 red 7- 8CORNNo2 mixed 58 OATSNo 2 mixed 371 PORK Prime mess 16 50 18 75 LARDSteam 895 9 00 BALTIMOBE WHEAT No 2 red 763 CORNNo2 mixed 544 OATSNo2 mixed 36 36 At LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red 72 CORNNo 2 mixed Si OATS No 2 mixed 34IL 4 PORKPrime mess 16 50 LARD Steam 8 50 INDIANAPOLIS CATTLE Prime 5 15 5 35 HOGSChoice 6 40 t 60 SHEEPExtra 4 60 4 65 A JL 1 f A DANGERO1 lACrCr Burning Off Paint V ces surnce- vSI It seems that toisiitrt jjuger to property exists lii tIt r Jco of repnlntIngtechnicaljournalsthe newspapers hr gun to discuss trembllnghaefiery blast from their lamps against ntthoof tho time wasted on this prelimin ary work are interested In time in 1InssGazettesiderable space to tho reasons for time ractice questions its necessity and ofburnlnget saysTherediscussion a a desirbuiityoft tho old paint a practice that has Groenfieldare strongly opposed to this method forfiresouses In Greenfield havo gotten afire s the result of this method and In some places houses have burned as a esult It is undoubtedly true that when house has been painted over and thumulationnew paint Is put on top of these ac cumulations It la almost sure to blis Quickestand oldIlnlnt certainacumnulations partlyonofpnlntlnging sufficient time for drying between odulterAatedp paperMany of the old householders say poitisthatpeople havothemsure to get good lead and oil Of greatlyincrenses overywherehaoup by our contemporary and the causes are about the same everywhere By far tho most frequent cause of the necessity for the dangerous practice poormaterIal w s realhites Earthyubstances cheapnerspaint whiteleadmostfrequent whiteleadpainterbassuggestion is therefore a good one Investigatetheof some reliable brand of white lead wIththatThe linseed oil Is more difficult to inbulkreliable makers of linseed oil can bo learned on Inquiry and if your dealer- si reliable you will get what you want Pure white lead and linseed oil are necessary to good paint that the trouble necessary to get them well repays the house owner In dollars and cents saved Proved Effectual It Is 900 years since the failure of a bank In China On the last occasion when such an event happened the emperor had the failure Investigated and found it had been due to reckless conduct on the part of the directors He at once issued an edict that the next time a bank failed the heads of its president and directors were to be cut off This edict which has never been revoked has made Chinas banking Institutions the safest in the world Practiced What He Preached Rev Denis P OFlynn of New York city used to say that priests ought to die poor and he practiced what he preached Aside from a valuable li brary given to the Paullst fathers he has left no discoverable estateno money In bank no money in the rectory He died as poor as the proverb- Ial church mouse says his assistant Father Corrigan What little Insur ance he carried will barely cover the funeral expenses He never saved a penny for himself After keeping the house on his meager salary he gays away all he had WORST FORM OF ECZEMA Black Spotches All Over FaceAt fected Parts Now Clear as EverCured by the Cutlcura Remedies About four years ago I was afflict ed with black splotches all over my race and a few covering my body which produced a severe Itching Irritation and which caused me a great deal of annoyance and suffering to such an extent that I was forced to call In two of the leading physicians of my town After a thorough exami nation of tho dreaded complaint they announced it to be skin eczema in its worst form They treated me for the same for the length of one year but the treatment did me no good Fin ally my husband purchased a set of the Cutlcura Remedies and after using the contents of the first bottle af Cuticura Resolvent in connection with the Cutlcura Soap and Ointment the breaking out entirely stopped I continued the use of the Cuticura Remedies for six months and after that every splotch was entirely gone and tho affected parts were left as ilear as ever The Cuticura Reme lIes not only cured me of that dread ful disease eczema but other compll ated troubles as well Lizzie E Sledge 540 Jones Ave Selma Ala Oct 28 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J or discontinuance of nd should inform us the week previous to Spublication day Address all coinmunications to JOHN V HONAKKI Owingsville icysi1t THURSDAY SEPT 27 1SHJG 11 lu iji iiininiiiiiri in rnrrrrm i I COuI2ESpONotCE I i Forgo Hill Y A crowd from here went to the I t VS circus atMt Sterling Friday and IrelOrt a pleasant time W W Williams sold four feed ns steers to J M Kichart at lc- f Born to Louis and wife o t Va daughter Julia Ethel riI Born to Austin Grey and wife f j on t John Anderson of Champaign III is visiting his brother Kobt A nderson and other relatives in 1loming county SpriiiRfioUi Mrs John Spnitt visited at Lexington last week tSlmtey Smathcrs attended the Saturday I Several from this neighborhood went to the circus at Mt Ster ling Friday Mn J Stull of Lexington was the guest of Mrs Win E Turner the past week The men of the neighborhood ire very busy cutting tobacco Hands are scarce every one pay ing from 1 to 150 a day i Salt Lick A Mrs Clell McCarty Mrs D V Lagrew Mrs Press Jackson Miss Willie K Shouse and Miss Anna L Cochran attended the Lexington fair last week An immense crowd from here attended the Barnum and Daily circus at Mt Sterling Born to Sam Parsons and wife a daughter- i T Miss Sallie Cundiff is visiting- r relatives near Kingos Mill Dad Jones is home from i Floydcounty IEarl Fell is visiting honAfoiks Mrs Carrie Bates left Satur day to visit in Ashland Tom Evans left the past week to visit his brother James in Hill- county Texas The latters wife dieda few days ago of typhoid N fever She was a native of Ken tucky being a daughter of Allen Alfrey who formerly lived on Licking river but is now a resi dent of Texas CMiss Emma Pierce has secured rooms in the new brick building of W R Stephens and as soon as completed will open up a dress making and millinery business Wm Cochran wife and child ren of Youngstown Ohio came Thursday to visit the formers v mother Mrs Louise Cochran of Yale Mr Bratton of Virginia made a Hying visit to Yale Friday and Returned looking very happy j Okla a J Mr and Mrs B S Jones left Thursday for Liston Indiana to make their home with tneir daughter Mrs Reuben Goodwin and other children there Mrs Taylor Grain and son Ray mond who have been visiting Mrs Craihs father and other re Ilatives at Marshall Missouri for two months returned home Saturday J Sam Vice and wife and Mrs James Grain attended Conference J 1 at Winchester Saturday and Sun t day of last week A Mrs James Grain Misses Car rie and Mae Vice Messrs John i and Earl Grain and Allen Gorrell left Wednesday morning to at tend the Lexington fair They came back to the show at Mt Sterling Friday and returned liome Saturday All report a4 t pleasant trip- George Gray aged sixteen son of Alice Gray and grandson of J Uncle Tommy Stephens attended the show at Mt Sterling Friday After filling up on bad whiskey he started home in a wagon vrfth twelve companions and drank more whiskey on the road M tcr passing Owingsville he lay down in the wagon and went to sleep The boys noticed him oc casionally and thought him to be sleeping but when on nearing I Wyoming they tried to arouse him and tailed theybecame alarm ed and called Drs Reeves and q Evans but it was too late he 1 was dead and no other cause can 4 be signed for his death than1 that the whiskey killed him He was buried Sunday at the Greg ory jjraveyard near Odessa ce SS r5lr 7q n J I pt I I 4 I 0 r r e oIAru r Cwingsvlllo R F D No1 j Willie Carter and wife Prickly Ash Saturday nighta son 1 A Harbev and two dauglv ters of Odessa visited John- urpIirey in Mt Sterling from- huritIa3r till Saturday Rev llaai and Mir Anna liar Ot will hold nicctiK in f ht Grove abwo Trifkiy theI zitiQ Sunday morning and ening Nnylrlsnmnchram at Flemingsbuig Upnor Prickiy Ash Ahnunzi Stone tmlwife visit I John Shultz and wife near Flemingsburg Sunday and Mon lay R L Stone and wife returned Sunday from Nicholas county where they had been visiting the formers parents John n Stone and wife for several day HJ Lyter left Tuesday to oin his wifeat Ky where he has boon visiting relatives or several days They will re utii the last of the week It L Stone sold a calf to II A Lyter for 1250 Moores Forrv Svseral from this part went to the show at Mt Sterling Friday Mis Jeff Highly and children of Ore Mines spoilt Friday with her iwrents Mr and Mrs Oliver- P ShroutClay anti Win Shrout Friday from West Vir ginia This is the best place they can find for cheap board James Vanlandingham of near OwimjaviUe visited his brother here Sunday Wm Flood returned last week from Illinois He likes the country pretty well he is going back in a short time Mrs Reeves of neat hero in Fleming county died Saturday and was buried Sunday in the family burying ground She was the widow of Isaac Reeves who diud some years ago We sympa thize with the children in their loss Cave Run No school last week on account ofsicknessWonder whats become of Rin gos Mill- Machine agents seem to be do ipga good business in this part Tyler McFarland and wife of Olive Hill visited relatives here last week A number from here attended the circus at Mt Sterling Friday Charles E Radcliff who has been here on the oil works for sometime has malarial fever at his home in Salt Lick Samuel DulY and wife of Mt Sterling visited the latters pi rents J R Jackson and wife from Saturday till Monday The little child of Alonzo Wool ey and wife of Cogswell Rowan county died last Friday Miss Elizabeth Moore left Fri day for West Virginia to visit her sister Mrs Henry Collin- sSterstono L5Mischildren of Washington D C arrived here Thursday on a visit to her mother Mrs Ann E WyattMrs W B Henryiand daugh ter Miss Bertie were at Salt Lick several days last week visiting her sister Mrs G W Karrick who is very low with consump tionQuite a lot of our people took in the show at Mt Sterling Fri day arid report it very an the largest crowd in town they ever saw Woodson the youngest child of G W Turley died Thursday and was buried Friday in the Slephc1sI burying ground here tend sympathy to the bereaved parentsThe following mule colts were sold at Mt Sterling Court day H D Blevins one to S A Duff for 7750 Richard Garrett two to a Pennsylvania man for 115 Geo Conner one to same for 0250 Cleveland Shultz and familyof Preston attended the wedding of his brotherinlaw Frank Quis enbery last Wednesday JOB Foster of Spencer is paint ing the home of G W Blevins between here and Ewington Our old friend J T Kincaid i still holding his own and we hope will master his troubles Thomas Garrett bought 14 head of stock shcats of R T Myers of Preston last week at Cc Mrs Jas Craycraft of Butler Pendleton county is here visiting her father S P Steele and at tended the funeral of her nephew Woodson Turley ITho Steele and wife of Flat Creek and S P Steele and daugh ter Mrs Craycraft spent Sunday day with T H Turley and fam flyMrs Maggie Hart moved MonT day from Salt Well to Wilson house recently oecupieI by Ben Igo who will go to Mt Sterling to reside Richard Garrett und family Asa M Crouch and family spent Sunday with A J Garrett and family Fred Powers and brother of Olympia spent Sunday with his uncle Roe Carpenter and family on Salt Well I fIIDIr7 J l 1It vc Ceo 4 I W7 tr12Tf JE ttm 1 SlntQ YgIlnrLJoRn K JoneSand son Atidie rThbiiiiimprovingW nice taHwe th1 cr bu a little to much rain which injuring the tobacco C Lting and wheat sowing nrc ress K Jones bought a bn antire i Jack Rice for 58r- Adnu is sold Jack Klec a young Jersey cow for mIArnold Goodpaater Rice two weanling mule cults for 140A K Coylc and wife of Prick ly Ash were guests of their smlIIdayguests fly Sunday eve and called to ECS Mm feeble Martin Jones who is very liSa Nester sold his timber to Ed Staton for 150 a tiro for the largest trees and 13ic a tie for all the tie timber on the place West End Squirrels arc ubundant The chestnut crop is fair Court is near and the word with the boys is skiddoo The Kiin Saturday filled our streams bank full again Apples are plentiful but very defective Tom Hagerman of Illinois is visiting friends here Born to Simps McClmn and wife a girl Win Denton has two very nick children with fever sickIall their tiemakers for a time We suspect there is a big deal on hand People arc complaining of their cabbage rotting Strip ail the leaves from the head prop the head up and keep straight For that tired feeling take a weekly doe of TIIK OUTLOOK Karrick bought of different parties 45 head of feeding cattle Wo hope that flying machines may soon be perfected and be conic common as we wish to J E Piersall of Blooming dale and its about the only way to get there Frank Roberson made G7 rail road ties for Henry Wills and left enough for about four cords of- wood out of one tree If any of you are from Missouri or thirty mites north of Springfield just drive into Uncle Henrys pasture neni L and look for yourself Stoons Wet weather has greatly dam aged the remainder or tobac co crop It is reported that in some fields of corn rats have badly damaged it by climb lg 10 stalk and eat ing the ear Miss Nannie Thompson of Stepstone is visiting relatives herciA W Byrd attended the Fall Festival at Cincinnati last week James Gillaspie is slowly im proving from his illness A yell beforehand usually saves painMiss Mattie Morgan returned last week from a visit to her cou sin Miss Gertie Mpreland near Lexington The season is at hand when the small boy is on the chase of the famous possum grapes Ashvilletf his mother Mrs Kate Smith at Mt Sterling who was badly in jured by a fall A stitch in time usually saves a patch in the long- run A large crowd from this vicin ity attended the Lexington fair The fair did not come up to ex pectations owing probably to in clement weather Samuel Hart is still poorly suffering from injuries sustained by falling from his buggy some days agoThe protracted meeting to be held at Springfield has been in definitely postponed Miss Minerva Roberson has re turned from a visit to relatives Yale sOnly a word to the wIse is to draw on a heated dis cussionMiss Lillic Toy of Flat Creek visited her cousin Miss Sarah L Foley Saturday and Sunday John Oakley and daughter Iis Iva of Roes Run visited the family of D L Goodan Friday and Saturday The Barnum Bailey aggre gation is undoubtedly near the head of the list of crowd gatherers spentfromhome folks at Mt Sterling While en route to Mt Sterling Friday the horse driven by Franit- Groves and sister Miss Mary be came frightened and ran away completely demolishing the buggy and badly injuring Frank Miss Mary escaped vunhurt We were cheated out of our OUTLOOK last week Dont know whether to blame the Editor or Uncle Sam We sent them to Mt Sterling H F D No2- ag you dircctcdEDJ l 9 t 1 4 l b OUofkh jf s t Qokii Stonoe baby boY is ry low nnd nut expected to live Wm Barbers little girl is iet typoidfeerr Wm H Smoot completed his work on I R Darnells hotisi the- first of the weekanti ho aui ATI 0 Swetnam went to Bethel to finish a housotorliilt llaljiifl Juse of this community who ed the show at Mt Ster nng und the fair at lxington Unit Friday and Saturday are too numerous to mention S W Purvis fell Friday by lea oll of a tier rail slippingwiile hanging tobacco for W S Ander son the9ack of his head striking blusingIatcly there was no serious hurt Mrs Thos Allen of Mt Ster ling and little daughter Nannie Blanche and Master Goebel were guests of the formers mother Mrs Kate Gillon here night and Sunday scturdaI John W Coyle and Prickly Ash visited their son William who has light attack of typhoid fever Aunt Sallie Darnells 93d birth lay anniversary was celebrated on last Saturday as usual by a sumptuous dinner and this time tllthe living children being pres ent for the first time in many years While the thought of the two absent by death brought tears to tilt eyes of those present when dinner was announced and the children requested to all eat first and follow the mother and be seatedatthe table in rotation as she brought them into the world J J3 aged 72 following the mother Jr aged 71 next T L aged 61 next Mrs Ruth Jones aged 67 next Mrs Martha Morelami aged 58 next Mrs Millie Gudgcll aged 53 next I It aged 51 next The many presents contributed by the children grandchildren nieces and nephevs arc too numerous to mention Among others present despite the Inclement weather were her nephew Taylor Kerns and wife of Nicholas county Mrs Mary J Powers Mesdames J B Darnell T L Darnell J It Darnell Mrs S W Purvis Miss Ruth Darnell Miss Dona Powell and Will Darnell The thanks of the family are extend ed to W Swetnam and wife who have charge of the home for their kindness and part they took in this family gathering All had an enjoyable day and parted ho ping to many times yet meet with their mother on like occasions Olympia Miss Bertie Rrmcr of How ards Mill was the guest of Miss May Northcutt one day last week Miss Liz7c T Goodpaster and little halfsister and brother Irene and George Thompson visited her grandmother Mrs scott at Farm ers and uncle JoiinTftOmpson of Salt Lick last week Tommie Thompson wife and children visited his sister Mrs Williams of Mt Sterling last week Mrs Jack Ramey atd children of West Virginia are guests of her mother Mrs J M Steele Bro Morton oj Willmore preached for us Saturday Sun day and Sunday night- Miss Myrtle Harry returned homo Saturday after a two weeks stay at her aunts at Col fax and was accompanied home by her cousin Miss Brown Dickey Miss Jaud Testament was the guest of her sister at Mt Ster ling last week Russell Northcutt who has been attending school at Fal mouth is the g est of his sister Mary and grandfather Dr N T ClarkNearly everybody attended the show at Mt Sterling Friday All report an enjoyable time Elder W A Williams is some betterDont forget our protracted meeting begins Wednesday night September 26 Bob Gault of Frankfort was the guest of his sister Mrs J K Jackson a part of last week Tom Montjoy son Jarrett J L Gray and Bruce Young all vent to West Virginia one day las week H 0 Irwin has been in poor health for some tima The Rail road Co has given him a months vacation He his wife and little daughter Anna F visited rela tives at Ashland and Cincinnati last week Bert Sewell of Salt Lick is depot agent in Mr Irwins place Miss Fannie Barber of How ards Mill is the guest of Mrs N T Clark this weeks Mrs J K Jackson was the guest of sister Mrs J A Barnes in Owingsville Friday Mrs George Swarts and daughters Lizzie and May spent Sunday at the Olympian Springs Uncle Sinips Blevins is not cx pect d to live many days Sid Warren wife and daughter Edna returned home from West Virginia one day last week where Sid had been at work for some time Mrs Mollie Houston of Louisa is visiting her sister Miss Clell McGlosson and niece Miss Vella CannonLile went to Lexington Tuesday to be operated on and came home Wednesday and getting along very well BigSandythor Mrs Lucy Hart- y i1 f tS ILL Elf fJ 1 Cf J f6 4 sn k1Afever 0 Robert Stewart- poorly iit ioo i Mr J K Sousleyid- sfever 4Mis Amy Garnett of T yule was here Monday Mrs Judith Emmons returnea Saturday from her visit to Lewis countyJohn Hawkins left Tuesday to attend school in Chicago Several from here attended the fair at Lexington last week Marshall Hawkins returned Fri day from a trip to Lexington and CincinnatiRev L West wife and laughter Miss Emma left Tuesday for their new home at Brooke yule May success attend them Reuben Goodwin wife and laughter Miss Alice left Saturday for their home in Indiana Wilbur Saunders of Okla Can sas came in last weak to visit re latives He will leave this week to attend a business college inI CincinnatiMrs of Berry is visit ing her father George Gardiner and wife Mrs Risby Gray has sold her property now occupied by John McMsmus to Mr Williams of Goddard for 275 possession to be given Dec 1 J F Freeman and wife visited relatives at Moores Ferry last w kIIiIr Ed Modey of Sapp is at of her father Robert StewartAfter a twoweeks vacation on account of diphtheria Miss May Zimmerman resumed her school Monday Miss Adda Davis has dismissed her school at Bald Hill for a week on account of diphtheria Mrs Sallie Denton and son Raymond left Wednesday for Louisville to meet the formers husband John Denton on his return from Ttilso Indian Territory CrooKs Mrs Elva Catlett shioped two carlords of export to Jer sey City Tuesday of last week John Reed and wife of Owen county are visiting Charley Reed and wife Mrs Lee Palmer and two children of Midland City arc visiting relatives here Rube McClain and wife ofSalt Lick are visiting relatives here Will Steele and wife of Flat Creek visited relatives here Sat urday and Sunday Mrs George Yarbrough of Winchester visited relatives here lust week returnedsunday er at Lexington- Miss Lena Hazelrigg ofBethel is visiting her sister Mrs Char ley Reea Almost everybody from here attended the circus at Mt Sterling Friday- J D Turley and wife attended Turleyslittle visitelfriendsdays last week Len Holland of Clark county is visiting relatives here Died September 24 of paraly sis Simps Blevins aged 78 years as he was called by almost every one was a kind and good old man He leaves several children all of whom are grown his wife having died several years ago IVacoful bo thy silent slumber Ionctful in thy grave no low Thou in more will join our number Thou no inoro our sorrows know Yet sixain wo hope to meet theo lIudl greet tliie- AVlieru no farewell tour is shed Bethel W L Day is on the sick list strippedlMr Trimble of North Middle town came over Sunday Mrs W II Pieratt visited her parents in Montgomery county last week W R Peters sold a threeyear old mule to Jas Bryant of Bourbon county for 150 Roy McCray of North Middle town came Sunday to spend a few days with friends and rela tivesA R and T S Robertson W R and T L Peters and P R Stone went to Flemingsburg to attend Court Monday A large crowd from here went to the show at Mt Sterling Friday A R Robertson T S Robert son and wife attended the State fair last Tuesday and Wednesday Albert Wilson T S Robertson and wife went to the Bluegrass fair Thursday Charles Wilson Sr and ram ily will move into the house va cated by George We are glad to have them with us C M Ratliff made a business trip to Odessa Friday iMrs Trimble nee Maggie Botts ofNorth Niddletown and sister who had been visitingher came to visit their parents Mr and Mrs M T Botts JJr i fi a r r rrcI Rinstos Mill Mafri 1on last v c PP1l at Fl3iiir 1ck to Mismtife I They wre tided by Japer Smoot and s Lou vina Kisaick sister of tlurcroom They have best wishes rot ye- ciibe for a long and hapj y life gether Tfnton Gilmore left the past 5cot Chattanooga TeniJ to av Iro1 Ch Gilmore and Morton Kermnb left Monday to attend school at Morehead Normal John C Hurst bought of W J Fell two yoke of worJc cattle Mrs T F Rnwlings spent the past week in Illinois Charles Ratlin and daughter of Illinois are here on a visit to relatives and friends Thompsoniserctt Barber near Forge Hill Saturday and Sunday- Luster McLain and wife visited relatives near Freestone Row an county the past week Jessie Steele the little daugh ten of S A Hunt has been quite sick but is improved now EDISONS LATEST Whole houses molded in a single cast ing out of solid concrete which will provide cozy homes for work ingmen at a cost from 500 to 600 much less than the average mechanic pays today is the which Thomas A Edison isstrivl ing to reach says a New York telegram He is confident of success Combined with economy of construction and maintenance the inventor aims to einbod r architectural beauty and practical indestructibilityEdison to make his first practical experiments next year in his new village in Warren coun ty N J One of the big Edison industrial establishments is situ ated there and he proposes to erect the homes by the new pro cess for the families of the hundreds of employes of the plant It he succeeds in demonstrating the practicability of the scheme he will introduce it generally- He already has conceived ever detail of the project Four days at the outside is the period Edison estimates will be necessary to cast and turn out whole houses with from eight to ten rooms each complete in almost every detail and ready to be furnished and carpeted The actual time for pumping the concrete into the metallic molds will be only con sumed in drying out and harden ing Whole cities of concrete may be built in the brief period 4 days if only enough melds and and men are provided Edison thinks that the time is near when the world must find some substitute for brick and lumber The yellow pine forests 01 the United States will be destroyed within fifty years if the present drain upon them is maintained Describing the plan in detail he said The first step will be to employ an architect to design say a dozen dwelling houses of tqhaverespond The molds for eacp house will be made detachable parts There will be separate plates and small molds that can be screwed together easily to form one mold for an entire house That a fine finish may be obtain ed the inside surfaces of the parts will be nickel plated After the mold for the whole house is set up it will be a simple matter to pump the concrete into every nook and cranny After four days the parts of the mold will be unscrewed and taken off and the solid concrete house re main Edison says the plain will be earned out in such detail that dormer windows chimneys and ornamental designs will b molded with the whole and inside cupboards fireplaces stairways with ornamental banisters man tel pieces etc will be made The house will be so complete that when the mold is removed the installation of electric wires window sashes c will be all that will be necessary before furnishers and carpetlayers ma go to work Even the plumbing and gas piping will be of concrete and molded in the original cast As a practical demonstration of what may be accomplished by the process Edison has built a com plete chicken house in his backyard molded in one solid pIed out of concrete It has man compartments and doorways and decorated cornices of intricate design The original cost of each mold with all its component parts the inventor estimates at 25000 From each mold however he says an unlimited number of houses may be produced Be the parts of the mold are to bi detachable it will be portable am one mold may be sent with little difficulty from town to town About ninety houses could be built in one year by the use of a single mold at a cost of 500 to 600 a piece WIlY HE REJOICED The old farmer was sitting on the fence clapping his freckled hands vitI gleeWhy arc you so happy ask ed the man who paints signs on barnsWhy begum one of them thar pesky automobiles came rushing past here and run over two of my game chickens Hm Id think youd be look ing sour Not me stranger Them thai game birds had steel spurs ort them and theway they punctured up them tires was worth going a mile to see Chicago NeVsv I J- F fi i1 S4 j i01 iGt Of the j 0 oJ f nkL IBy MA ANU1C- Lets n nikrjr- Ccomt IS03 b1rocb Now tuitoluiM d station ary washtnbs they in And when that particular outfit arrived at the njwtf where those antelope were lust won they liiul moved tint the boys found traces of them anti continued on their trail They went In the foothills and thy searched for those antelope nil clay They caught tip with old man Halls outfit rt dinner time nnd were Invited to trko a bite Coming home by way of the Circle Star ranch Colonel Kotnmcfi asked them In to have a mint ju1ejl1i colonel wan a South Carolinian and ho had Just succeeded la raising some mint They had soy crall fear more than several drinks before leaving for home with never n tram of artehipo nor n thought of tho rice eoaklux over tho slow lire Tim colonel n m nberei1 some hard elder that ho hail and topping oft on that they sot oUt The weather was pretty warm nnd on their way home they ex perienced Home remorse over till hard cldrr Now hard eider Is an accumu lative drink It piles np interest like debt or unpaid taxes And by the time those Englishmen had turned tho little lane lending Into their home cor ral they saw a sight that made their Kon breras rifle As I have said heron It was hot being 9omewhere in tin month of August Jontlomen I bardly expect yon to brlipve me when I say It was snowing on their house and not on another blessed thins In till landscape TIii blamed thing about It was that every man took the phenomenon to be his own private view of snakes or tbclr Iilmloui equivalent 1II14fc ted In nnotlior nnd more terrifying fnrm Rut wbon they got n hIt closer the horror Increased Flying right out their windows worn perfect drift orIsnow bank of It gentlemen nnd thermometer np past a hundred of the men looked about him and no tired the pallor on the faeea of tile rest Do you notice anything strange old clrnp Thlo cursed American drinks Strange The boy lie had spoken to was about eighteen a nice roil checked English lad out with his uncle learning the cattle business Ive al ways trlil to lend a good life nnd hero ofrThey halted their horses anti hell n consultation The boas came to the conclusion that slIce they lied nil seen It there was nothing to do but continue the Investigation so ho got down from his horse ana walked toward the door of the house At his ap proach as if to rebuke hU wanton cu riosity a great blast of snow blew out of the window and got him full In the face lie howled the snow was scolding hot rcerman who hat wanted to talk about rustling Isnt it enough said Peter who could afford to be magnanimous now that he hart ccnuiplsbcd his point When I first heard that story bout ten years ago it ended with the Irlt Ishera rIlIng over to the Wolcott ranch to borrow mabrellus to keep off tho hot vice while thy got Into the house cald Uie man still sulky Thats the WilY they tell it to ten er foot And Peter turned on his heel The story telling for the evening was over the boys got their bhinscts and set about cmUlng their beds for the night 4t t ChAPTER XII lirst day spent as governess TrrI tho family of Yellett remind alary Carmichael of thosi mentioned In the ojicnlng chapter of Genesis lays wherein whole geological atC developed and decayed Auy era geological or otherwise who felt might have had Its rise decline 1111 fall luring that flrst day spent In n sheep camp- Site awoke to the sound of faint tin kllngs and accejitwl the towering peaks of the Wind IMvcr mountains with their snowy nmntlM all shadowy In the wliltenlng dawn and the warm er grays of huddling foathllb as one ii cclres without question the fantastic visions of slecV The faint tinkling grew nearer mingled with a light pit teL patter and u furoff baaing anti bleating Then as shadowy as the lUeethrough the sagebnt they went anti came elusive as the early morning shadowH they moved among The airS was crystaliino and sparkling lions first morning could not havo promised more It would have been Inconsistent In such u place to waken n1 house The desert that seemed it lifeless sea the sheep moving like bIgIaullt by lmtiitlsSKen olde3t of the Krobdiugnag tribe who had grated Marys reqiUMt to be directed to the liouse as a lilt of dry va teni humor led the herd to pasture Two other male Krobdlngimg came from come sequestered spot In the landscape and joinetl Dell Mary recog IUlll1sI the pillow constructed the night previous or such garments as silo bad been willing la dispense with and put Uiein on Tho vastnesj of her surroundings did not prevent her from locating the minutest snide null Mary give her till respect ful admlratioi of a woman who hai spent a great deal of time senrcning for thlugj In an Infinitely smaller space The matriarch then called the 110us1I01dIpitched tlieir early morning toilets with the simplicity of young robins Only the new governess hung back hut finally mustered up enough cour 1ltgI to say that If such a tiling was possible she would like to have a lath Mrs Yellott greeted her request with the aniiMod tnlurauee of one who has ucver given such a trlllo a thought 111tc habit of bathing she com mented Is shore like religiotititemu- that observes It wonders how them that neglects it gets along She beck cited Mary to follow anti led the way to a hunch of willows that grew about n stones throw from the camp Here Iel whole creek full of water If you dont lack the fortltood Its cold enough to sell for 10 cents a glass down to Texas Somewhat dismayed Mary stepped gingerly into the creek Its Intense cold numbed her at first but n second later awoke all her young lustiness nail she returned to camp in a tine glow of courage to encounter whatever else there mluht bo oy nodtYllri I I 0 fif t9 4 t 0 i Jir1 i1Vt Uttt wac propariug breakfast at a ElJut iron stove ausEted by Cacta and CloriftUIs 1 Nell httll allot an antelope 1 day or twd previous cijl antelope teak broiled oforv a Kiowins bed of wod coals wtli bIdet coffee stQved dried apples and owla bIscuit made up what Mary found to be an unexpectedly pdIatahltP itreakfmt TIm family sat on 1110 rot tailor faslilou and every ono himself tto what cppptte prompted In n fash- Ion that Biisswrtal gymnastic powers Tp paa a dish to army one 1hegovi ernest dLrcovercd was cuslnied aa an evMeica of sicntnl weakness nutiSeccentrirliy f Breakfast who half over when frsf rollctt laid down her tnlf hlcbshp lad handled throuehoui the meal with II1I10K1IJ VIUUIVIIVJ Inry wntIL her In hopcrs embarrassn ntr anti iwondered If her own timid use of n1 tin fork could b coitrtnied as an wnr friendly comment upon the YcIlelU more simple and direct cede of ctUpiotte tablolt a Lands sakpg I Just felt all itime weve been eating we was fori gcttln snrnethinc You children ought to rcmcmbrr I got PO much on my S ff mindSAll eyes turned anxiously to the cook AIng stove while nn expression of franli regret began to settle over the differ cnt faces The backbone of their apl potitea hall been broken anti there was something else pcrlmps something even more appetising to come Interpreting the trend of their glance anti expression up tinted Mrs YclIctt wllli as grrrt n sliow of Indignation as If Fomo one hall pet a match to her pet tleoats I declare I neer see snch children no more nachcral feellns than a herd of coyotes never thinks of u plumb thing lint grub Xo make no mistake about the character of tho objec weve forgot Talnt rwcct pcrtaters talnt molasncH taint corn bread its pawlj Its your pore old Iawhlm settln In till tent forsook and neglected by his own childrenSAll started up to romody their filial neglect without loss of time but Mrs Yellett waved theta back to tlieiri places Dont the whole prose of you go nfti cr him like hed lone something cmltwas to be apprehended Ben you goj after your faSter Ben strode over to the little white tent that Mary had noticed sllmmerj Hero ba ictwlc creek full of tcri J rf ing in the moonlight the prec fevening anti presently eumdrgV porting on his arm a partiair Illyzed old man who might huv mil Van Winkle In the worst pers His white hair nUll beur clcd a shriveled bawldikc f mouth was sucked back in a s eddy that brought tip of uosef C of chin into whispering iltetcP lt teyes glittered from behind ibA hanging ragged hr ws like thOS rliumigry animal searching tliroun brush for its rrey rIf yfe done entluWhlspcL Mn Y llett to Miss Carmichael yOo J betltr run on Paws langvidge Is simi ply awful when we forget to bring War r to meals Mnry ran on x AVlicii after the lapse of some thirty minutes or so Ihe stentorian voice oCr sIte1foundhad been washiMt nUll returned to thlbox and the boils hullttCn W3Ons1ito colt a word was in absolute order It was just 0 a maud Mrs Yellett thought It high time to begin school Mary tried to convey to her that the hour was soniewhat unusual but the teemed to think that for pupils who wens liewnnlng their tasks compara lively late In life It would be Irapossl bje to start sutllclcntly early In the Diorning So at thisi young and tender tour with many misgiving Mary set about preparing her al fresco class chose K nice flat little piece of the United States situated in the shade of the clump of willows that bordered u trickling creek not fur from her sylvan bathroom of the early morning t How she was to sit on the ground all tiny and yet preserve a properly pedagogical demeanor was the first imestion to be settled That there was nothing even remotely resembling a chair in cutup she felt reasonably as sured as pair was sitting on an In verted soap box under a pluetrce cud paw by reason ot age nUll infirmity appropriated all luxuries Mrs Yel lett with her usual acumen grasped the situation Im liggerinV she commented that there must be rosIer ways of govcrnln than sittiii up like a prairie dog while voure at It r TH JH ca1riNcnnJ A bird in the bush is worth three in the haniMif the game warden catches you You need not fear that a man cant hear a word of cheer if itspronounced b- eerTEEESL PLANTS VINES 4OurXJeneral Catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Evergreens Grape Vines Rhubarb Asparagus srnall fruits 4 etc is now ready on application We employ no agents but sell direct to the planter HF HILLENMEYERSONS Lexington Ky i 0 r I 1 5SA O i S l I tI