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nIhwlm 1freshing stoves coal hods shovels pokers grates etc at E L A T Byrons You had etter get your Kan p iiwha salt a Eugene Brothers rc11cEvery farmer knows ii pays V drill your seed Buy the be drill the Richmond Champion I from Bud Brother jko I pWqiigtItaj a Hamp1iiio hogs the lli Oi3j t 3tate iaiLz pr Iat tiTVet ctivoini rx NiJZte inentsWTits BT WAGOKDout tray a wagon that rana lift a sleu oS buy the Fish Bro and have tho best ivagon on fiyi raa kst Plen 1Ithis season It is the rt1OlrtBuct cessful stove on tko Jccpng lIre All aies and price at Bud Brothers r b COME CdkE CoMBlTSeete J our line of heating sqve embraces monkey cannon oak and airtights All up to dateV and guaranteed a L A T By1oxLu SAUNDER3CALVBRT Mr Jas MIV vrt both ofnear Wyoming were A wedded lt y Elder B H Ross in Goodpaster Cos store Satur day afternoon about 130 oclock FINE APPLESJaUCS j of n of town on Saturei day presented the editor vrith eightx f the finest apples ersees They were 20ouncedJ pIPlmscOAND i Leave your order vith tBud Brother for a Richmond Ghainpi ion vheat dull and tmoledr wheat better wheat and ss f cost for cultivating than ever bc J Stbr MARRIAGE ELoPEirECax aged 18 son of Vm- Marileyif and Miss Rosa Stone all P atonSalt Lick Friday night to getIt married They arc nibe young people ha- S4JxExcuttSION TO MOREimAD 7 TheYLM C vill run an exAIcur310fl to Morchead SatardoV I October 13 leaving Owingswlie irIspecial car froth Preston RtSud jI fiiQirr11tprirJt w ry billheads cards reie edrof business stationery on the best rB k in tasteful style at thehiost 16Abf 4 work with that turned out by an v i r ob office and you will find ittoh Jyour advantage to have usdois ivy your work ItWealso print posters dodgers andcverythjngusuallu j f rif Wc have on hand Di1IJ iOl role i hranyquantity lmkdecd t Cf Oill i S nd other tianlas Yrt l k I h t 1 7I t4 rf Jt iii 0 14i i rtt r t j 1 tl t IIJI 1 f 1 ti f J t i1 t 14o 2 1 t l p SOi1 1 tbepa1 Viurrl iram of r irnin 1 borg Tfsitu town Monday 1ard Burbrkige i Kb1a1e 0 t ain after a severe iness hiikloftiayuntjLMason Boitts came in horn lastta SfrcndlyMonday L R Slesser and wife return erOojtemo6n e Thiirada 4 S D ThotnpBon was confined to home some days last weetowith a cold Miss Lenora Peters returned Friday fom a visit to relatives inI t Sterling Walter Coyle wife and mother inIawMrs Martha Allen of MtjSterlimr cine over Monday Iuhn Ricliarcls yeana to relatives returned home to Knoxville Tenn Thursday George W Knox of Blabs Mill Morgan county wt in town Saturday and was a caller at this office Brutus Barbridge goes c1ofthis week to resume his job ci fonnatiMrJ Ii Ross and little daugh ter Julia Gardner of Lexington came Saturday to visit ar I Mrs B H Ross B W Nixon wife and daugh te te elrWinchester las week Miss ia Havens returned tqj fofterMrs otin PojoinHlong wen from her injury I Mr Ida Elliott went to Mt tori ing this wpok with her son nflIit1 Q the a S b and I br skhe coun- r t1boccdiidiyL04isvilleI soniS1xm1cer be Ijsr sister Mrs Arthur Power B A Shrout wetU Monw to lodgeI ta ws grnn 11Wmr ft visit to their grandmother JoOklahoma mDuncan CJbothouday to visit the lattors fath tSIgress sa was here mingling with the vot s Friday 2 OscRTalmer andC V Honf k oterThursday aind Mr Palmer Haldeman Rowan unty On Friday the latter KS at Sudith Meiifec CoJ1ntyI Wnlter E S oops ton W ya was here Mon a y to try to buy broodnaro en ontQJofficctiSherburnevisit to their uncleJUf r d Hawk near Chie Teas who lealoved tbMiasouri m 1888 and went from there to Texas Pie B s never been back to his ohI me homo here Press Barnes of Preston who md been up from his spelloftybupiioid fever for WedIPIiri f now His dau a lSg May who also had fever s town since recover chgMrs Narics bnGinn and Sc rB1 W of East Mason county L siDaughertyas aiI w ed y before mairiage and was J 4nr on tile Forgo Mill farm sisterI15 w age o f yeari53 and hisislJer first visit back to ome She says she recognizes me familiar features gIBrenovate feathers in town fo Yes the Fish 3ros Svagon runs lighter and canleg heavier load a fRt i r i JIf agday The merchants had a fair trade Stock trading on the Jstreet3 was right lively The- mev a good many mules and prices were very high About two hundred cattle were offered and sales were made at even gher prices than have prevailed late Weleetand for 25 Roc Hart sold toJesse B Hamp ton a sow and eight pigs for 28 weantinAErtfo ii5oPtert Shields sold to Dec 100tandboughtfor 290 Thomas Wells sold a hors ooH Omar Ratlin for 7580 mareIJack Rice bought of Calt powefl a mute colt for 85 n cow of Luther Rawlings for 20rWm Hart and Stn sold to Joe Whaley fifteen arling steers at 350 to John Hughes four yearlfngs at 8 Blame Hart sold to P Jones a 4yearold mule fot ojcu of EHGoodpasterboughapamules r JakeAdam3Lee Goodpaster bought a pair 01 Pratt ir 377 GO and sold a pair to same r 400 Jeff L Dawson sold w d T Wright a mule for 60 Omar Willson Co so uire A2COHomansame for 140 Wm Hart sold to Hart 3JcGg steer calf to Roy Botti for 16 arlingforJo Da sOIl I u o calves yRileywerten short ycarling t erS JWha1et Iry365 to Sharp eight ers at 1025 pcr hcaa fa t o yearling steers of Ittono 7 t 1 ri 1 bao4ditiUin LouisviirG about o Tuesday morning j i fclp t week and csundameSunday night and h seem edv better fri further Ice will Ive next i eek oftFJshThenoarged theratIcn 1IIThe pan jury reror I in Tturdayootingand wounding dis rbing religious worship as ult an4 battery 1 selling u ox icants 8 concealed deadly v J as asault with deadly weapon 1 Ssa rJudge Young has ordered an her grand jury to be 3ummonedI for Monday Oct 15 investigate the illegal sale of alj coholic intoxicants a BUILDING BOOM IN WEST END Henry T Hopkins has bought l c2dit He 450 for the lot Oscar Palmer bought a lot of M Brother for 00 and will getstimefromWm T Warner has boiiffht 8 acres of J J Laey and will prob rTheseM make five new residences in that part of town v USE JUDGMENT Would you y a mower binderor plow from rties ou will never see again a fohomesfmej11dgmne Buy a Whiteof Bud OthCI glonaimo against the county adjourn last week till Tuesday of this week y ta3osier clfto DrFe1and performed a jsurgitIperationOn Mrs Clem iTrYouotlVJetter get your Kan Ii ne othrbar Juivance in price Fresh r J waived In J A fJ t 1 J OPEMNG op FINE TAILORED SUITS9 9QAKS= AND SKIRTS p j CaVBjU BMO BE 1 lliIIIitOOLTEXBRANI2t r ZIj IL tr PF DA3r ANJ- DQTT S TDRDAYJ D F2AND ll3 9O6a u aau A 1 Oiuvhc above elates our fitter with a complete line of the prettiest and most stylish Ladies Mssesand Childrens ready towear Suits Cloaks and Skirts ever put on exhibition in lit Sterling will be with us The Indies of this section aro all in vitecl to attend and tdcy will miss a treat indited if they fail to do so OrDHAM RROQ vCO I I MT STERLING Kfno CHARLES MANLEY D B AD 1 Charles Manley aged about 28 ars died in Mt Sterling Sat day and was burial here Sun y He was n son Mrs Ma Mallley1tisfatl1erboing rank anley was p rt reared in this town and was a phew of Charles Teal of Prth He was acornverrlt j8Ma I tife io OBLU unu lb Ltd health also BEUDRT =A few weeks ago an experiment was made of put tlngtuskey bells on two rats at W P A nhsr cons Fy tahle One of the its was bellingIloose 111 the ftaqle andIt eun be heard tinkling its way around premises It has a lonely me of it so far as companion ipof its kind i3 concerned fort another rat has stayed about e place since A WELLSROVSE =On lastThitra day afternoon Elder H Ross his residence united in marri Mr Albet Wells eon of Am oze Wells of Prickly sh and Miss Lyddie Royse he bridal couple were attended by Mr Ed Garner and Miss Etta rumbo The bridegroom is an- dustrious and worthy young farmer THE OUTLOOK congrt ulates the young people SAW MIiis OLDThe Emery mill at Farmers has been 0to the Licking River Lumber xsicng Co and will be put mope i TO as soon ns the necessarj- iep 4 In be made owing to its several VMrspf idleness It was fine pk it h will give employ ment to many Brother l txiV have re- ivednew fall srs Sam T Jones rala 46pbund Icsjshaw in his gftil his year John W Hughes bt Flat Creek sold toW T Plielr twentysecn ll7b feedii fr sers at 4tc When yotiE cook stove or ngedontp tle Leader 0jlBRQ1IER TGET A MittH L the best and marIketByron 4 You had better get our Kan wlia salt o Eugene Bother re the advance Just beI fresh car II BIG STOTK FfIrtde hari ness farrcing implemcf wagi ons sewing machin stone granite and tinwart queens ass and silverware a BYrOn Hardware CAN You AFFORD If ouaiordtopay4pto5 i repihIn y marchine45 and ho is here to kvt t i up for 3FQut PLtJingstoves a Tates this iJeason w theujtan lacG Cqma- nou o 1 c tt 4 I 1l JJ SUCCESSFur MEETurGT he protracted meeting at Wbite Church conduted by OakI M Camoboll and D H j closed Wednesday night of last week with ten additions to the church membership IwUS uxKb A tenant Muse toftt0i1t1Icd mce1 T ulsresiUen 11dcrcounly and B H Ross commenced a protracted meeting at Far ett schpolhousa Saturday night Kitchen cabinets and cheap sewing machines at a high pries are poor propertyat best Avoid both and See big ad of the Denton Mer cantile Co IJiilsborb Ky in this issue Brother Brotliers arc headquarters for good shoes Anotherrain fell Monday night BURIED ALivEThe follow ingdeath notice appeared in the Kansas City papers laJanuary 181rentsFrederick J Harvey at 2 oclock yesterday afternoon His death was due to cc suniption which caused a lingering illness for the past three years He returned from an extensive visit in New Mexico where ha had hoped to regainhis health and had been home a week being conscioUs to the last mintite He was twenty years and five months old leav ing a prostrate mother father sister and affianced wife Miss Lilly Godfrey to mourn his loss The afternoon papers will print this story After being buried alive in the family vault at Kansas City from January to fche middle May Mr Fredrick J Harvey one of the wealthiest men in Kansas City came back to life Tuesday Sept 4 and married his Denver sweetheart Miss Lillie Godfrey vho was instrumental in restor ing him to life Sept 5 departed on his honeymoon the same day and arrive next week to visit relatives Brrnard the deceased Fifeferick Harvey the millionaire owner of aU th- Ceating houses on the Santa F line and most of thcui on the Frisco The family is well knowit throughout the United the o Mr Hal cys death as the family nl icfJM a it r f jt l ffgti4 f s F L For four months Mr Harvey lay in the camp of his ancestors Miss Godfrey dazed S2crdead returned to Kansair City thefamilyvault J Tftenv 4 Etthe fatuJy plot Enter rv IC vault for the first time twee he t atileSire ister feints crept over tlfcrm tThat a tragedy had occurred neither doubted But the puzzling 4ueton was who had open ed the casket Trembliiigly Miss G dfroy approached it to leariii the worst Astonished beyond- expressiti she found Mr Harvey just as he was the day of the burial The lips and finger nails were still pink the body was still limber and there was not a sign of decay in the entire body Lat r the fact developed that the pallbearersand the pallbearers thought Ion undertaker would attend to MrsTIarvey and Miss G3d frey h d the body taken to the home where they visited Septemherand the wedding followed Denver Col Correspondent to New York World REAL POLITENESS Priscilla had unknown to her mother paid a visit to one of her small friends and on her return Mrs Parsons vms disturbed to note the soiled dress her child wore Priscilla do you see that big MrsBlakesleedress she asked I don t know was Priscillas prompt reply If Mrs Blakes loc say it she was too polite to mention it Harpers Weekly No Tn FOr DOCTORS The country doctor had driven nine long miles in the middle of the night over rough dark roads to answer an emergency call When he entered the house a voice call ed from above Isthat you doctor It is- Well this man is too sick to see you tonight youll have to come again Pittsburg Post PoiNTEDPAHAGRArHg No big success ever comts to a small man Gossips never tell any good of others or hear any good of Thpnv pelves The doetor given credit Ifer curing a patient but he pra as 1 to keep iEr 7 f i t L i 3 Z I = 1ft = 1fHIt 1j r- B J J tt V j b J t I am prepjited to make a low price on Buggy 3rHarness Buggy Whips and Lap Robes of air JnndwillI am yours for the bstsriddesimdHar 1essf EUGENE MINIHAFL 0vingsviilej t J L u = r l JRf4LTpRki 1 r 1latelyture and undertaking business in Owingsville and respectfully s f rlicit a share of the peoples trade Prices of all competitors met See us before Embalming done on the trufprinciples of the art All calls met promptly day or night IBARNES PETERS in The Owing vil Kyf 4 t iI r PACET m3l OREiii IIJ 4a t v- Undeibiiy Undersell i f For Cns 1I 4iI MCottonCotton Shirting yd1 SIYIh 7 61 5c Rat Traps 1O i FoodCalico 35cJ 2Oc i Outings 10 9 8 7 6 5c Files 1Q 8 8 Thread spooletc Soda pound 1 51 2 6tafety Pins dozen v 5 4 Sc Rim Knob LOOKS 19e Buttons dozen 5c Htchets F 4oo Clothes Brushes 25 15 lOc Hammers lO3Hair Bitishes 15 102 Candy hnnrtfl f JJj Ho BJUheG 45 25 lOc Egg i3 atcriicfi lLQft lones Lines lOc Curry 01r 2IDP 1iio CASH PAID FOI EGGSt 3 J J R IfAVE i 4l Pocket tt Succesor B Wl1eflir s FOE IRcnUA 4 k Screened Lump andP1utct f b Oannel it t rfiiLt L Write or Telephone to RrOLYMPIA KENTUCKY eMI am getting in a large stock of JUnderwearRain Coats Rubber Bjots 5 Shoes Notions Furnishings Goods 31 I want a share of your trader and will give you COOD VALUE 011 f every cent you spend Good values are always cheap Respectfully j Blue Front in The Pocket AM CO P g r Owinsviife Ky JULLi t j n SCHOOL TAX ofTiTr i No 1 Bath county Ken tiVv hold August 16th 1906 j alorem tux of twentyfive cents on each one hun dollars worth of taxable pr ertv of said district as assess cffP e Swjalizod for county tax at poll4ax of one dollar residqnJ oL V evied ior school f nd bhvbr t 1 L i if f t I i 2 e t t y 4 ihPrescriptYon Druggist t iv It iflP i f thceri i t Noflr5i i + i i S YTi ij pjWtt llf W T j i t1i i ft J I AIt r 6fIS I pJC tr STOS c f i s i JK 7 rcrfret I 7 1 j r Jc 0 J j r J t rc l A t I rt r ore 1 r J I jr OWINGSVILEOUJ iM ru t OUtLOOK PUB CO pt f FOWINOSVILLEE 1 4r SUnder the Yoke Now occupations for American wom en are frequently described in tho 1 0household magazines Meantime rmanywomen wt the old world stead lastly cling to their old t isks A trav t icelerwith good eyes nw see In a sin gle summer day in Belgium enough tt1 to make him wonder what are really r the boundaries womans sphere 0 At five oclock in the morning he may see a redcheeked woman a rude har inessover hsr shoulders pulling with a big dog for a helper a heavy cart of vegetables three mlcs from garden to market The curt holds several 4bushels of potatoes carrots cabbages topped by a great bundle of dew Z sprinkled roses and before the wom an and the dog trudge homo with It tbagain everything will havo been sold 1 Our traveler may come upon two mus 4cular women transferring a load of coal from sidewalk to cellar shoul c dozing the baskets as easily as men l would do If he lingers to watch them finish their task he will see a girl of 16 swing a wooden yoke over her shoulders and carry pall after pall of water from the town pump two o squares away for tho scrubbing clean 4 womentVand themselves drag it up from the 1 field to the yard where the grain- ft Vx to be threshed and where later they VJbwill build the straw into symmetrical Vstacks A great herd of cows cluster round the milkers in tho field and J from the group the talk and laughter ot girls mingles with the sharp whistle of the milk in the palls So in the llttlo kingdom ot Belgium where wages are low and taxes are high women toil at what wo have come to jo consider work fit only for men says Youths Companion But it must be that they do not look unhappy isaidunder the yoke Perhaps the freedom ii ot farm and market and street Is real d z ly better for their peace of mind than 1the too much kitchen which often rrmakes our more fortunate women t weary in body and depressed in spirit q i Simple Life Natural In Japan r VMany ot us dream of the simple p life Some strive for it few attain t It An eminent author has said only V those with great wealth and enormous strength can live it With the Jap Tanese this is so The simplicity of their dally existence has been cultl vated unUl it is an art Each mans S status in society is definitely fixed It la tho grade in which his forefa there lived and in which his childrens children will live There is no striv tug for a higher place He is anUs fled with his position accepts it as a matter of course and makes the most of it Only by some overt evil acta willne drop into a lower fade andit must be a phenomenal deed or service tt the state that will raise him even one Degree higher in social rankc0 4 This stability of position hi an 1m jvy r t VrjngA nprr Tv one wishes to appear dIfferent Vfrrc Whathe really Is and Bsaconse qaence there is no greed for wealth You will say this must kill ambition i If ambition Is a struggle solely for money and positiOn then It does kill ambition but it do snot kill ambi 1 tJ to excel inones own craft or call- iUZ The fact that a Japanese I1Isco t t in his own sphere fsays t Craftsman is the keynote o the r aaccess of their simple life It Is of tpr him to make a false 1m JJreeaio so eelemeut It show or J 1efI outV I T estate of Washington has made W alidyaice in the line of soclalreform by having arrested and indicted forp a a manslaughter a young man who sue ceeded in drowning some of his friends by vigorously rocking the boat in- which he and they were taking a short water trip This is a form of p iV4 homicide fiv means nf which a great- t manypeople have In years past been brought to an untimely end Uis- i of course a case of Idiocy on the part f ot the boat rocker who always looks a upon the act as a humorous proceed If ling but says t Boston Herafd In I i view ot the past experiences the au I- L V thoritlea of the state of Washington V5 rl tr reno doubt justified In taking the J i ttnlUatlve in declaring that this form 4 i t tolWj I awillfully indulge in the sport must J of VJ eheld to a criminal accountability l 1 18n7 reason it results in loss IorUfeXjfV A Philadelphia bacteriologist says r 4 f Jthere are at least 20000000000 ml 4 jS i crbbes in every pair df trousers We wouldnt mind the microbes if we f only had some old tendollar bills in our clothes to keep them from going- hungry 1 With its pigtail oft and clad In- C I pants and a constitution China will 11 a VflOtVkflOW itself Hut it will make It Sc r r Vself known to oilier folks one of these t days and then wtr will be sorry we ItJf J Young as some of the recently mar-a 44f 41 ned husbands ot famous actressesd 9 b t Var they are old enough to know bet ter than to interfere in business mat v ters I i The dying sultan Is said to want a r successor who will carry out his pol icy He ought to be able to find one r 1 r Vd fVwho will parry It out feet first IJ j IL The czar carries coins for charms r 1118 Correspondent Curtis If he car c ried enough of them he might charm 4 Vau3 impending crisisk jV1 There is still no dout that the f anorth pole could be reached byValrshlp wayffJ t rYj J J f 1 t Ii Or tf gf Ci t k r s I1jra- 0 i t J I itI rty7fJI p h i tI J Ec 1 JoOSL j vtJT tiI 44lJ f1tu IJI 1t a IJ H 1 j r to 41I cv I tl io 11 rt f ff o t cf s t qoo z f 1 qf ic4t t t 17rltt 1 r t a lr 11 i J lraT I r ti J i Jf ci 1t li rlj L 11rffl iHl i1pt 1 a 117r 0 tf fVr r J Y Q yf a I- c l t r 1 i f 5 s 6 r r by Ihs ojScripture AuthombersChapter HIxx + t SERMONETTE chapterftiIty and second the presump s and folly of attempting to V 1force an entrance to a door V which God has shut As we read X X this chapter we staid amazed S at the blindness and weakness X of the children of Israel In the face of so great opportunity but here do we not find exemplified l failure that Is all too common X expejiV v Y upon y s and declare their conduct Inex i I pllcable and Inexcusable even + while we ourselves are refusing + to go forward In faith and enter s the great door of opportunity x which God has set before us 4We see the giants of opposition y 5 and persecution and the walled X cities of difficulty and trial We X forget Gods power and Gods X faithfulness and cry the giants cannot be overcome and the walled clttes cannot be overS thrown We turn from the open A door Our opportunity Is lost iThen comes the second chap this sad recital We X awaken to a consciousness of y Jj the mistake we have made of J what we have lost and regard SJ less of the conscious lack of t yeafX voice we plunge forward deter mined by our own will and ef X t fort to recover the lost oppor tunlty the lost blessing Then x + comes disaster and defeat and we In humility and X follow the Lord y trepentanc3 thb wilderness of X we can ever hope t come to the place of op X portunlty and blessing y A The promised land of better S X things Is always worth fighting y for X It Is true of spiritual as well Y 5as of temporal things that there = tide In the affairs of men Y 3the soul which taken at the Ileads on to fortune y Soul within thee Is there a y X stirring for a better life which V the voice of self Is seeking to y X stifle Is conscience saying kYield to God follow him X self cries Let us choose ftoX Let faith triumph and lead you X through the open door Opportunity does not linger Today his word Is one of lnVS alien tomorrow It may be onV of judgment s frFaith r ulways able to see i ways of vtory that unbelief Is jJ tmmj IrttClUt l mprsrcaVt ble and Impossible X The wicked machinations of a the ten spies could delay but not S X defeat Gods plan to give the Y land of Canaan to Israel and so X It Is that evil t tXIt took 40 years to rid Israel y S of those who hindered her prog X Y ress and It takes many a year y X sometimes for God to burn the X dross out of the human heart y X so as to prepare It to enter his X Y promised land y XxXXXTHE STORY sOMETH1NG in the voices issuing from the tent caused Caleb to stop short and listen He had been wan dering through the camp his heart burdened and troubled by tho unhappy state of the people for deaf to the words of encouragement and cheer which he and Joshua and Moses had spoken they had refused to believe aught but evil concerning the promised land All night long the sound of weeping was heard and in discon solate tones the poople talked together so that sleep came to few save the children It Is not strange that amidst this distress and commotion Caleb could not rest and at last he had wan dered forth aimlessly going hither and thither through the camp and everywhere he had gone the same dls tresslng scenes and sounds had greet ed him Ere he realized it he had rached the extreme south edge ot the camp where the tribes of Reuben Simeon and Gad had pitched their tents Off to his left as he faced the tabernacle court his own tribe with those of Manasseh and Benjamin lay encamped and against the dark blue of the distant horizon he could see the dim outlines of the sea ot tents Could it be ho asked himself that these people who had come so far and suffered so much were now to refuse to enter the land which God had prom ised to give them and to which he hid so faithfully led them Surely the present distress and fear would pass and they would follow their leaders and take possession of the land Tho night of weeping would end in brighter outlook in the morning he thoughtHow can they look upon the dis tant light from the Cloudy Pillar and fan to trust God he exclaimed as his eyes swept over the great sea of tents and at last rested upon the soft glowing light which hung like a thing of life in the heavens He knew it marked the place pt entrance to the tabernacle court and that Moses and Aaron Were there and he wondered If they too wore spending cTnlght of vigil and know of the mourning In the camp As he thought thus the impulse rV1I have seen and heard hoj as he p StabY4Another 1 Personal l 111In the vitals ki sla5Z Uj Ii XI1Jii I l PVj Ff i Lefl s Z its S a J 13 Jf fi rti r Si i i X i6oII 1 g 1i1 q D t t VSVlt VJS jt 0 s VVt I VVSVV t 0iVS5VSVSS4 VVVS VSVSrOotilTrV1 I th VV e In T fVVVvithia 7 r VVVV paused i g i 1Ie the oritlt CSV VAfleti that wosSV S yo have all heatV brethren who have beenV5 io land wiU mean certain death xo us- A v deep silence followed this speech whoso boldness had evidently startled oven thoso daring spirits who had gathered that night from every tribe to talk over the situation- It would have been better If we had died in the wilderness at last walled tho voice of ono But wo didnt camo the sharp retort ot tho first speaker and the question Is are wo going forward to bo destroyed by tho peoplo of tho landNo camo the response at first feebly and then louder and stronger Then what shall wo db It were better for us to return to Egypt for there at least wo hat food to eat and none sought our lives to tako them But Moses will not lead us back exclaimed some one to which tho first speaker responded quickly saying Let us choose another captain and lot us return to Egypt forthwith Caleb as he listened was first aston- Ished and then angry and then frightened Mischief was brewing In the camp Ho must Inform Moses at once of this thing and without stopping to hear what further was said Caleb hurried on as fast as possible Following Calebs startling story a hasty conference of the leaders was held and it was concluded that they would go at once and trap tho conspirators in their tent before thoy had had opportunity to get out amongst the people and spread the rebellion They approached the place Just as the morning light was beginning to break In tho east No sound camo from the tent and no one was In sight about the place Cautiously they approached the entrance and pushing aside the tent flap they looked within But it was empty They have gone to gather tho people exclaimed Caleb Come lot us hasten was the grim response of Moses as ho turned and went off in the direction of tho largo open stretch of common where the people during their stay at Kadesh had been wont to gather- It was as they had feared for they found the representatives of every tribe gathered there and there were constant additions to the multitude as fresh companies of Israelites kept coming up The coming of Moses and Aaron with Caleb and Joshua startled the as sembly but it was plain that the people were determined in their course and were ready to stand their i ground And while Moses talked with the leaders of the rebellion chief among whom were the ten spies the people took up the cry Let us choose another captain who will lead us back to Egypt And Moses and Aaron toil upon thte Ib tn rou 1iwhleCafCb and Joshua rent their garments and rushing Into the midst of tho shout ing people they cried Nay nay not Egypt but the Prom ised Land For the land which wo passed through is an exceeding good land If the Lord delight In us then he will bring us into this land and give It us It Isa land Indeed that floweth with milk and honey Only rebel notlye against tho Lord neither fear ye tho people of the land for they aro bread for us Their defense Is departed from them and the Lord is with us Fear them not But the words of Joshua and Caleb served only to excite the people the more and make them cry the louder Let us choose another captain and return to Egypt Again Joshua and Caleb sought to quiet the people pointing toiho prostrate forms of Moses and Aaron and cryingGod hath given you a leader Com mit not this great sin for yo are rejecting God Then the people turned in a rage upon them and shouted that stones be brought to stono them1 Jn quick response tho peoplo turned with common impulse and rushed towards a bit of stony ground lying at some dis tance away fully intent upon carrying out their wJckedpurpose- Realizing the peril of the situation and that not a moment must be lost Caleb and Jushua rushed back to warn Moses and Aaron who still lay prostrate in prayer Hear ye not the cry of the people They go to bring stones with which to kill thee Flee for your lives And Moses arose and calmly faced the onrushing mob which by this tlmo had turned and was bearing upon them with their hands uplifted in which could be seen the great Jagged rocks they had seized On on they came but still Moses stood and calm ly waited None had noticed that the cloudy pillar still glowing brightly in the gray of the early morning had moved from its accustomed place and was bearing down upon them Still the people came on filling the air with their mad cries And still the cloud moved on and just as the mob came near enough to hurl their rocks and were just upon the point of doing so the cloud enveloped Moses and tho rest and a flash of light sped trom It and felled to the ground the ten spies who were in the fore front ot the onrushing people In terror the rest toll back and the arms that held the missiles dropped weak and helpless to their sides and then swift ly and quietly they departed to their tents while Moses went Into tho taber nacle where God spoke his Judgment against the people for their sin declaring that they should wander the wlldernes m ears and t who hartj Inst shouldZ VTJ sayV 0V5 VV 3VJVV i VpVV r f fytIt f VVVVV S f ij 4iVS1tVVVVVVi J I NEW STORMS IN THE SOUTH THREE TORNADOES VISIT NEW ORLEANS AND VICINITY Seven Persons Are Killed and Property Estimated to Be Worth 500000 Destroyed Now Orleans Tlirco separate tor nadoes truck Now Orleans anti vicini ty Friday causing loss of Ufo anti great property damage In section which a week before wore moro or less devastated by the gulf hurricane Tho Prst tornado was at Pontchaoula I a about 50 miles north of here tIm sec ond in Now Orleans and the third nar Blloxl Miss about halt way be tween hero and Mobile on the gulf coast Soven persons wore killed In the cyclonic disturbances according to reports which reached hero from the country about Now Orleans Deaths are reported by both St James and West Baton Rouse parishes The tornado at Pontchatoula struck the southern end of tho town about seven oclock In tho morning George Hawos was killed In his homo which was blown down and his wife and four children were badly Injured Threo negroes were also reported killed at PontchatoulaThe tornado appeared In Now Orleans soon after eight oclock ripping a narrow path through five miles of the citys residence and bust ness section and doing 500000 damage No lives wore lost here but one negro was probably fatally injured by a freight car which overturned upon him and half a hundred other persons were injured 11 of whom were taken to hospitals Tho third tornado passed seven miles northwest of Dlloxi Miss where it overturned an engine and three cars belonging to the Dantzlor Lumber company slightly injuring the engi neer and fireman Immense trees which withstood the recent hurricane were uprooted in this section FIVE VICTIMS OF RAIL WRECK Military Special Bumps Into Rear of Passenger Train Lanalnburgh N YFive passengers were killed outright and a score were injured in a rearend collision botween a regular passenger train and a military special on the Boston Maine railroad directly hi front Of Lanslngburgh depot north ot Troy about five oclock Thursday The collision took place on a heavy grade and sharp curve The passenger train was ono that leaves Boston daily at 930 a m for Albany It consisted of five cars a baggage car smoker day coach and two parlor cars and was about one hour late when it reached Lansing burgh station waiting there for a chance to get Into the Troy depot Without apparently any warning the special come thundering along with 18 cars and crashed into tho pas senger train smashing the last two cars which were Pullmans like egg shellsBoth these cars were swept from the track and rolled down tho em bankment The engine of the special kept on for a dozeu yards and then turned turtleV ront end plowing Into the grout cad the car behind being teiescoiVj the tender INaUGENVVVV URRENDP VPs rsiJI1UCV1IRebel Conrv Met Jvo Up Guns HavanaAlthough the surrender ot guns has not been made compulsory either by the provisional government or the disarming commission rebel commanders have all given their followers to understand that It was ex pected and that the laying down of their arms was a matter of duty The result of this has been that the number of rifles surrendered Is larger In proportion to the number of men dis banded than the government ex pected For Instance 800 rebels disbanded In Plnar del Rio province np to Friday have turned In 600 guns Gov Taft regards this proporUon rather better than the average but reports from Santa Clara indicate that nearly all the guns of Gen Guzmans command have been surrendered GAS CAUSES DEATH OF EIGHT Explosion In Philadelphia Subway Does Considerable Damage Philadelphia Eight men were killed and nearly two score of persons were Injured Friday by the explosion of illuminating gas in the Market street subway at Sixth street High buildings were shaken by the force of the explosion and for a block on either side of the scene of the ex plosion nearly every window was chat teredThe street caved in halting traffic and resulUng in a suspension of bust ness Fire followed the explosion but It did no damage to neighboring build ings The loss It is believed will ex ced 300000 Italian Women Storm Schools Now York Believing the board of health physicians were cutting tho throats of their children Ina public school in the Williamsburg section of Broklyn 1500 women nearly all Italians stormed tho school building Three Burned to Death Portland Me Threo of the seven children of the family of Mr and Mrs Joseph Vanier of this city were burn ed to death Friday in a fire caused by tho explosion of a lamp which had been accidentally overthrown Snowstorm In Colorado Colorado Springs ColoColorado Springs Thursday experienced its first snowstorm of the season Reports from the mountains indicate a snowfall of several inches A snowstorm also prevailed at Peublo Babe Born to Governors Wife Sp Mrs Charles S De ot Illinois VVVV- tay at 4aJf l t r5VV SV 1 t VpVj l 7 + Joi L t t Lr 14CHED AN lNNOT 16RO MOB AVENGED TKr 1 ING OF j A WHITE r SAnd Wounding of His S Arkansas By Stringing Up a N and Rid dllng Body Wi jllets Argenta Ark Oct oAII a sequel to tho killing of John Lindsay anti tho wounding of his son Policeman Milton AIndsay hero Saturday night lircsum j bly by Garrett Colum and Chas Col vlii negroes II lilockburn a nogro liinocent was lynched at the corner of Sjlxtli and Main streets T lynching is tho latest link In a cl of clashes between whites and bit which started on September 2 w3white man named R R M- olr tilled a nogro musician named Wi Uielby 15day at the inquest held at Col urns Undertaking store a difficulty aroso in which Robert Colum was kill ed and Deputy Constable Ed Lindsay and Garrett Colum severely wounded tho latter emerging from tho hospital only Saturday Policeman Milton Lindsay a brother of Bd Lindsay was also hurt at that time Saturday night Policeman Milton Llndsity and his father were walking past tho Colum store when they were fired c41 from ambush John Lindsay was 7Son the spot His son was VSOVunded but managed to f Nfingoy and citizens at U ter tim storo thoy were fir ft supposed ChArles and Gal did the shooting Later In tVInking the Colum broth ers locket In th9 rear rooms of V the place was dynamited but iVgrocs had escaped unseen in the rkness in tho early part of the troubleAt oclock In the morning Will Harding a painter was halted on the street by unknown parties whether black or white he could not tell Shot In the Back He was asked if ho was black or white Or replying that ho was white ho was told to ga back and while leav ing ho was shot In the tack At 2 oclock James Mahoney a contractor anti A L Beltling a reporter of the Little Rock Gazette while going u see Harding wero fired on from four dll fcrcnt quarters with shotguns Maho ney was painfully shot in the hand Beldings clothes were peppered with buckshot but none entered his body At noon Sunday II Blackburn 37 a negro who conducts a confectionery store in Argentn was arrested on sus picion of being the man who fired on Mahoney and folding The town was quiet all day but as a precaution Mayor Faucette and Sher- Iff Kavanaugh swore in 15 extra policemen and the sheriff sent several extra deputies to assist the police The lynching of Blackburn was quietly put through in a businesslike way Shortly before 10 oclock four masked men entered the police station from the rear and one covered the turnkey with a pistol while the others got his keys quickly unlocked Blackburns cell and took him out the back way Not a shot was fired and there was no loud talk so that four police officers on the street a few blocks away know nothing of what was going on until they heard several shots fired at Main and Sixth street Running there they found Blackburn already dead hung to a telegraph pole while the crowd were apparently merely onlookers uMNDffia Of AMtfcfoAff rSOOPS Was Accomplished With Marvelous Dispatch at Havana Havana Oct SThe first landing of American soldiers in the present occu lday500 men of the Fifth United States iu fantry and 350 men of the Second bat talion of engineers are settled under canvas in Camp Columbia The cruis er Brooklyn arrived with 400 men on board and will be sent to camp Gen Funston established his headquarters at Mariano convenient to his command Col Waller commanding the marines has been ordered to report to Gen Funston and the entire force of regulars and marines will be under Funstons command until the ar rival of Gen Bell who will direct the distribution of the forces throughout tho island Within an hour from the time that the transport Sumner came alongside the railroad wharf tho disembarking had been completed and 850 men landed Fireman Was Killed Chattanooga Tenn Oct SIn a wreck on the Western Atlantic road north of Dalton the northbound pas senger train was hurled from the track by a broken axle on the engine fire man Will A Hughes Atlanta vpia in stantly killed and Engineer Gs Jt Ben nett Atlanta was badly injured Sultan To Reorganize Army Brussels Oct 8 According to adls patch from Constantinople the sultan purposes to reorganize the Turkish gendarmerie of Smyr na Beirut rund Adrlanopolls under Bel Jt arnyy officers hitherto employed In Macedonia Young Man Shoots Himself Nashville Tenn Oct Sodell Tucker aged 48 years quarreled with his mother Mirs Roso Tucker living near Howell relative to a young woman he intended marry and then committed suicide by shooting himself in the breast wltbashotgunWill Combine tfcjxico City Oot 8 Measures will bo taken by the government to prevent hoarding of corn in anticipation of higher prices and it is probable that the duty on foreign corn will be temporarily removed egroes Make Protest Dos ifaloines la Oot 8A large mass ifaeetlng of negroes have protested agaunst the disfranchisement of the negro which they claim exists in the south Speakers declared the race was laboring under many evils imposed bj tho whjtesFire SuffererstbVO Sue Francisco Oct SFIve hundred sulfts will be filed in the next tow wricks in the federal and state courts NorthcJermanourg Germany All Quiet at Mobile Mobile Ala Oct SFears enter tuned of a retaliation by the negroes for Saturdays lynching ot Thompson withjthe reported betrothal of Grand Duko vSJJchael brother of the cmperor of 1 Russia and Princess VvrMa of Con naught niece of King 12 tuJYt1 issued her I Vf tt tV ll ittLoIt t u e1b J TINGSTANESMASHED Into Kindling Wood and Several Persons Were Injured Louisville Ky Three met engi noor and and firemen of the train and a clerk In the mall car wore bad ln jured anti four other mall clerks wore slightly Injured and all the passengers on the southbound L N fast mall train were Jolted up when that train crashed Into tho rear of a local freight train standing on tho main line at Lyndon Tho cause of tho wreck is not clear R L Utterback conductor of the mail train said that the freight train was standing on tho main line over which tho passenger had the right of way at tho time when thoy struck It The englno of the passenger train plowed through the caboose and three cars at the rear of tho freight smashing them into kindling wood Tho se riously Injured aro Fred J Flanagan engineer Louisville about the chest not thought to be serious Charles Mahoney fireman Louisville cut and bruised about the bead and shoulders skull fractured G E Tatum mall clerk Cincinnati hurt about tho back C M Blakeman mail clerk Smiths Grove hurt internally A Llghtburn mail clerk Cincinnati bruised and shaken up SHOT DOWN By the Supposed Messenger From His Wife In Tennessee Plnovllle KyAbe Scott shot and Instantly killed J H Napier at A J Ashers stave mill near this place He immediately surrendered and was placed in Jail It is claimed that an uncle of Scott named Messer and Na piers wife have been living in Ten nessee It is thought from letters received by Messers friends hero that Messer demanded of Napier that things claimed to be owned by Messer be sent to them and that Scott was sent to get the things and take them to the couple Napier was a hard working man and a good citizen Thero was some talk of violence but no further trouble is expected at this time STRIKER OF TOWN CLOCK Crashed Through the Ceiling Soon After Court Was Adjourned i Georgetown KyAs Judge Robert L Stout sat reading depositions shortly after adjourning circuit court the striking weight of the town clock eras bed through tho court house con log startling the whole city The weather had affected the metal cable which swings this weight consisting of 1200 pounds of scrap Iron bound in a box 12 feet long in the clock tower on top of the court house After 30 years service It dropped through the upper floor and audits slum ceiling tearing apart 18inch rafters Adjournment of court had averted a dire disaster Shot His SonlnLaw Winchester KyIn a remote por tion of the county Robert Shrout shot his soninlaw William Ingram from the effects of which Ingram died The two men lived in the same house and quarreled because Shrout tried to get a couple of boys in his employ to fight each other for Shrouts amuse meatS At the Horse Show Louisville KyAmong the visitors in attendance on the horse show are Congressman Joseph L Rhinock and his wife and daughter of Covlngton They have been having a delightful tithe They will be here for several dayi Judgment Reversed ankfort KyTho Judgment of the Je orson chancery court first divi siom in a case of James B Bell and oth ers against the Louisville Water COL was reversed by tho court of ap peals and remanded 0 allow plaintiffs to amend their petition I To Open Lexington Home Louisville After a discussion last irpg the better part of the day the crand Lodge Knights of Pythias through Its committee appointed to investigate all its phases decided to open the Widows and Orphans home- to the order in Lexington Jockey MllUr Killed Louisville KyJockey B Miller who sustained Injuries by a fall on Dresden in the second race died at the University hospital His death was caused by a fracture of tho base of the skull Jockey Millers home was In New York To Name Labor Candidates Lexington KyThe Central Labor Council held a meeting and decided to name candidates for councilmen al dermen and members of the board of education A mass meeting will be held when candidates will bo chosen Immigration Convention Paducah Ky Tho first immigration KentuckyIare in attendance Capt W J Stone of Lyon county Kentucky was elected permanent chairman Died From Cocaine Poisoning Paducah KyDr W S Mulllns 53- died from cocaine poisoning It is sup posed he committed suicide Dr Mul lln came hero a short time ago from Henderson Ky where his family is livingVParoled by Beckham Frankfort KyThe state prison commission paroled W J Candlll sr from Letch or county who is sorrlng four years for killing a man ave Hall of Boyd county was also paroled after serving half his eight years sea tonce for manslaughter Louisville Liquor League Louisville The Liquor league hela Its annual fall meeting and elected NIc Bosler treasurer to succeed to ofIMeredith of Bowling Green presided Registration at Lexlngtonv Lexington Ky Registration day passed off quietly in Lexington and a large vote was registered 1h Bek ham men nad control of most of the voting booths but the MtfCreary managers claim a big major y of those reg istered Louisvilles Shot ng Louisville Tho firs dregistraLion for the fall election hVs a ma Lena falling off over tin J6as year rho registration last 20223 is against 1497 while t ai regis tration In 1905 was 483V is VtVi n tI ll Of Late Gov Goebel Was Relativi Who Passed Awa- yCinc1natiMrs Annie Goebel at whose knee played tho late Gov Goo bel in his boyhood died at the home of hor lifelong friend Mrs Rosa Moo han at 1136 Eastern avenue She was born In 1823 and was the second wife of the grandfather of the late statesman Arthur and Justus and she was extremely fond of tho three boys whose subsequent notable careers In politics and business she watched with pride and pleasure When her hair silvered and her vi tality was sapped by the encroachment of old age her very wish was anticipated and supplied by the Go governorhowever fairly idolized the man When he foil under an assassins bullet the happi ness was taken from her life After his death she was a changed woman At the time of her death she was the second oldest member of St Pauls German church at Eleventh and Bankllck streets Covington and the tuners took placo from that church NEW SET OF OFFICERS Chosen By the Pythian Grand Lodge Meets in Paducah Next Louisville KyThe election of officers t for the ensuing year and a board of directors for the widows and orphans home and the selection of Pa- ducah as the place for holding the next state convention constituted the prin cipal business transacted by the grand lodge of the Knights of Pythias Tho following officers were elected Grand chancellor Milton H McLean Coving ton grand vice chancellor George D Young Louisville grand prelate OH Pollard Jackson grand marshalat arms Cornelius Saunders Franklin grand inner guard W J Hlsson Now port grand outer guard J Schoberth Versailles grand keeper of records and seal J W Carter Owensboro grand master of exchequer Jule Plum mer Bellevue The following board of directors for the widows and orphans homo was elected Three year terms W C G Dodds Lexington and Em met Orr Owensboro two year terms Lucien Davis HopklnsvIHe and R M Hunter NIcholasvllle one year term McHenry Rhodes Owensboro LEXINGTON GIRL Who Eloped With a Detroit Man Now Sues for 30000 Detroit Mich Julia Thorburn Ha zleton wife of Arthur Hazleton own er of a fashionable riding school started suit against her motherin law and brotherinlaw asking for 30000 damages for alienation of her husbands affections Mrs Hazleton was at one time a society belle of Lexington and eloped to Windsor in July 1901 and secretly married Ha zleton son of a wealthy lumberman of Detroit Mrs Hazleton alleges in her bill that the husbands mother and brother worked on his jealousy by telling him that she dressed sty ishly so that other men would notice her Her husband she says is now In Manitoba Caleb Powers Case Georgetown KyThe case of Cileb Powers under sentence of death for the assassination of Senator William Goebel in January 1900 was passed to the February term by agreement of counsel Powers has beai tried tarce times being sentenced to lire impris onment twice and to death ones New Trial Is Ordered Frankfort KyTho court ot ap peals reversed for new trial the case of the South Covington and Cincin nat Street Railway Co against Ellen Core from Newport She recovered 7600 damages for injury caused by being thrown to the street by the car starting too soon In Receivers Hands Louisville Ky Under an order en ered by Judge Sbockleford Miller he Central Stock Yards Co which has taken a prominent part in the live stock trade of Louisville since its or ganization in July 1901 went into the hands of a receiver A Peculiar Court Case Lexington KyA peculiar court conflict developed hero A K Haynes was called in the police court to stand trial on a charge of petit larceny but was unable to appear as he was one of the jurors now hi the Thomas Dowd case for murder hi another court Injured Are Much Improved Louisville KyTbe seven trainmen and postal clerk injured in the coils slon between Southbound Lauisville and Nashville Passenger Train Na 6 and a freight at Lynden are much Improved More Paroles Frankfort KyThe board of prison commissioners issued the following paroles John Smith sent up from Clay county for lifo for the murder of Ellas Baker Wm McLaughlin and Norman Thompson each sent up for one year from Pulaski county for stealing Kentucky Postmasters Washington Fourthclass postman ters were appointed for Kentucky as follows Ash Camp Pike county Wil liam H Ratcllffe Fairview Todd coca ty Amanda B Harned Pigeonroost Clay county Minnie Brown Drys Won In Bracken Augusta KyThe temperance fight in Bracken county was a hard fought contest the drys under the county unit law winning by 561 majority The re turns were received amid the ringing ot church bells ant hosanas of the fol lowers ot temperance Will Kebp Open on Sundays Louisville Ky After a stormy sea sion ire the master barbers decided to knop open hereafter on Sunday ibrnlng from 7 to 11 oclock The price ot shaves and hair cuts how ever will be increased 50 per cent Kentuckians Arrest New York Marvin Green 30 son ol a minister of Pleasantvllle Ky who had been emplcVed by the J C Smith Wallace Co Newark N J was ar rested here charged with breaking open his employers safe and stealing 120 Ho confessed Big Falling Off Frankfort Complete registration re turns from Frankfort show a big faR lag off especially among Republicans The figures are Democrats 1186 re publicans 660 This Is a democratic maiorlty of 625 ViVVVVVV VV5i i NERVOUS DEBILITY A DrWilliamsWell and StrongVNervous debility is the common nameVfor what the doctors term neurasthenia It is characterized by mental depression fVfits of the blues or melancholy loss SVVV ofenergy and spirits The patients eyes become dull the pink fades from the cheeks tho memory becomes defective so that it is difficult to recall dates antiVnames at will Some of these symptoms only may bo present or nil of them The remedy lies m np tho nervousVjsystem and there is no medicine betterVS VVV adapted for this purpose than DrV VV Williams Pink PillsaMrs Jane J Davies of No 314 WarVjron street Scranton Pa says system became so debilitated that I feltVwretched I could not rest or sleep wellVandlnnguidlntheinorningaslwaswhenl VVVVwent to bed My head ached In theVmorning and often there was a in tmy right side whichwas worse when I sat down My nerves were on edge oHVthe time every little noise bothered meVand I was generally miserable Then IVVdecided to try Dr Williams Pink PillsVfor Pale People as my husband had taken them with good results and they did wonders for me Now I have no more pain in my side no more headaches Isleep well and feel and able toVdoniyworkV p Dr Williams Pink PiUs cured Mrs Davies and they can do just as much VVfor other weak pale ailing men or women who are slipping into a hopeless decline They strike straight nt the rootsof all common diseases caused by poor and impoverished blood byedruggistsreceipt of Iprico CO cents per box six boxes for 250 by the Dr Williams Uodicino Co Schenectady NY AT THE SUMMER HOTEL Experience of Winston Churchill Fa mlllar to ManyVWinston Churchill in an address that he made in Concord recentlyVpraised the New Hampshire farmerVOurs he said is a state fitted above all others tot a summer resort Now Hampshire with its superb ell mate its mountains its lakes andVforests will in a generation or two be one great pleasure ground a vast VVpark dotted with beautiful villas to which will come each summer fam ilies from all parts of America In anticipation of this many farm ers ere learning to conduct hotels VTheymer visitors Some of them too are taking boardersS i And I am glad to say that the New Hampshire farmer is hi a position to take boarders because unlike the ffarmers In other states that I could name he does not send all his good things to the city I once boarded atVa fine big farm but the fare was wretched canned vegetables con doused milk and so on By Jove I said one morning at breakfast as I pushed my egg cup from me these eggs are really notJas fresh as thoso I get In New YorkVMy farmer host snorted Thats rank prejudice on yourV part Mr Churchill he said Itsfrom New York that all our emcome VSPENNIES FOR A COLLEGE Ont Hundred Thousand Workers Each ai Give a Penny to Ruakln CoilegeV f The British trade unions had not la their origin any direct concern with s education says the Fortnightly Re view But it is a fact of no ordinary significance that some of the leading Vunionsinterest In the higher education of the workman 1 For the last three years some 100 VV 000 workingmen members of the Amalgamated Society of EngineersV have made three levies of one penny each to help on the work of Ruakln college at Oxford This levy pro duces over 300 a year and by means of it six engineers are maintained for k a years course of study at the col lege fSmaller but substantial sums have been contributed to the same institu tion by the London Society of CornVpositors by the Lanarkshire Miners County Union by the AmalgamatedtAssociation of Bcamers Twisters and Drawers by the Derbyshire mineS and the Durham miners while a large Vinumber of other societies appear among the donors and subscribers A Positive CURE FOR CATARRHElys Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects VJandRestores the Senses of Taste and SmelL Full eizo 50 cts at Druggists or by mall VVV5V4ElyBrothers HeKhowsthe Waterproof 1L that stands theV hardest service DoYoii1nowI Made for all kinds of wet work or sport SOLD EVERYWHERE aawrs OO Va HICKS VVVCAPUDINE PQgDlATElT CPKS H adachejdVV I Indigestion TI 1bS1I MigisVSVVV a41 L I V1 h rt r t I 11 JIjt i fi 1r O tJ 0 f Ivro 4o Irf rj ii KJ i f rIo 1 Itort 51 I I l 1 r JT r I r 8Cu A rl i j r rt ro I ii rJij 4Jft J Lavender Creightons Lovers ByOLIVIABSTROHMg Copyrljht bl OlirU B StrohmV tCHAITER XIXCONTINl1De After another pause she added He i will take up the land he said and he Dught to have that next to ours IoL know It too Is rich He ought to have Ithe Is a good man Then with a shuddering recollection she continued He saved me JanieIsaved me from the cruel snake Hiss bias It said and was going to bite Then he came he carried a big stick downdown and the snake was deadc It was dead Jane see Ho killed it t ftso I could come homo to my Janle Do you understand1 She had risen and with voice ands gesture tried to make her meaning plain J The other listened her awed unt canny gazo watching every movement toeveryexpression Sue felt that she unIderstood So you see Janey dear Id like to help himto tell him of the land next nA ours so he wouldbe rich lIe de serves It butmy promise to dad my a sworn promise to let nobody know nobody She finished with a mourn ful shake of the head and resumed her seat On Janes face was a mixture of cunning and delight Her eyes usually wide open in a vacant stare were con tracted as with a secret design In twhIch the doltish spirit found great 4 glee She mumbled a few words to which Sue paid no heed Her mind and heart were intent upon other ithings and she sat in dreamy silence tired out she dropped asleep 1Andthe elfin girl kept watch beside long into the night peering 1Ii deep iato the gloom of the woods Perhaps there she saw the little men green at midnight revel with the iFIn perhaps she heard their music waters run as they danced by the light of tho firefly lanterns l CHAPTER XX A warm afternoon was drawing to a close Clouds banked the western sky dark as with the smoke of bat i tie while from their crimson lining bristled spears of gold On the river a skirt shot between ruffles of foam Two men sat In the boat one dazk as the water he cleft with feathered oar the others pale profile sharply outlined against the bluffs beyond Over one shoulder was flung a Cape which the wearer adjusted from time to time as though its weight were a burden But his 4 manner was alert eager and he d scanned Jhe shore with earnest eyes So this is the place Owatosa he said and scarcely waited for the keel l i to scrape the sand before his footI touched shoreJi When Winslow and his guide cameJ in sight of the cabin it appeared de serted only a thin curl of smoke0o l zbeckoned invitingly and the weather- welcomeIAt last a familiar figure came from fj back of the cabin America andj WJnslow darted forward without h tatloa The old womans eyes In the uncertain light glittered like those of 4 Itcat then recognizing him she IImlled and there was unctuous de light in her hearty YouMars Wins I low Fo Gawds sake He shook her hand and the long aSS damp fingers responded with the un certain hold of one not accustomed toIthe action z 1 spicioned I heera the gravel scrunch my years Is sharp yit IseIturble glad to see yo Mars Winslow Skin o feared yo might o dlsremem bared us all by dis time- S K She had gone forward to m et them tt1 Sand as they reached the house LeV be right still she cautioned causa missy done fell to sleep Spoala we- let out hyar awhile and she brought chairs under the tiny framework over the door from which a honeysuckle 4Y vine flung ample shadeIDe folks is all gone off somewhere 4 Mars Creighton an do young man tukn went to town to do some tradin Missy Lavvy jes toted off to get some fresh ar Shell be back ImmejltI Thjos the old negress rambled on Including even Owatoga in this gra cious reception 0f Winslow spoke little fearing to j break the spell which held him In en chantment all the more alluring thatr b he knew It could not last Silently he drank In the delicious languor ot a 1 young midsunufcer night A breeze t blew from the river heavy with the perfume of blossoming locust trees 5 where birds scolded and chaffed In wideawake preparation for slumber- Clear close comforting hung the Iaqwhere the bold stars came early t out though light yet glowed In the wake of the sun It soothed Winslow to think that this was her homethis sweetness of summer of bird and tree H and blossom It was all hers and she Af Sfairy princess of this enchanted r wood z F L dllO indeed she seemed when 6 r from the copse beyond she came her arms filled with a pungent weed that 1 gave forth a spicy aromatic odor Of i r fslender ethereal beauty in her light muslin dress against the dark trees a the Amoved like a wlllothe wisp and S r Winslow had wished she might longer hover therethe real woman of flesh and blood had power to wound to crush him rather would he sit thusI and gaze upon this sprite this lady oft r thep green 7 i Americas homely exclamation re called him Well ef I sin plum glad t7 Bhea got dat stuff to keep off de I skeeterst Land knows we need ItI IHnrry up Miss Lam compnys t 1 14 come- As the girl quickened her pace and entered the clearing Owatoga ad Jf 1vanced to meet her with stately na Ii live courtesy sure of her sweet re + z sponse i V f And thenshe stopped and looked a past the Indian with swift foreknowl I t iledgeof whom she should see of to 4 J t belonged the lithe and supple 1 k7 1 tI 4 f5Ir i 1 An Offset i r About five miles outside of Florida q J town I came upon a squatter who had f t a cabin on the edge of a big swamp 4 ti f 1 and the malaria was so thick that one 4 1 toJ f could almost cut It with a knife When t I had trledin vain to drink the water l a otI W offered ie I remarked I Ht 17 thetlEsir DontyouhavechlIls and fever all t 1 All the thee ke answered j Any of 4efamily died of themr rl It Not iskssfily of chills and fever sah jJ c fibig alligator has carried off three of f 1 xlti ir tI4 t it r r c I 1 s 1of j rtf t 5 Pb n iitt1o c4 rt ao Q t a 1 tr j t b tr tof n i e 4 l r r4 1 1 ro I tlctiming A curious quiver passed over har and she stood still a moment her hand In that of the tawny giant pus zled frightened For her heart was clamoring out its pleasure In frantic beats and she was helpless to strive against the joy of seeing Winslow alive and safe His simple presence was a pleasure too keen to be kept down by- ober Judgment Her heart was glad lad to Its center and to this gladness she was helplessly abandoned You have given us a delightful surprise she said holding out her hand in the ld trusting way ho remembered so welLAnd in the old way she talked with tho old charm Of her mr f their new home and then In cidents and acqualntanc u voy age together By and by America announced sup and led the way to the kitchen Hereby the light of sputtering can diesthe lonely meal was spread since the main living room was now the of sickness Owatogas mass- Ive frame filled the doorway of the little leanto his buzzard plumo sweep Ing the lintel Tho two at opposite ides of the table were waited upon by America happy loquacious proud of her cornstalk molasses and saltrlsin bread And Winslow praised her bonnyclabber ho declared her bread delicious and said no king could wish a finer banquet And indeed he spoke truewere they not breaking bread together he and his queen 1 Was she not now smiling at him only table length awayber dear hands pouring his tea her eyes with the iris purple gray looking into hlsZ When the meal was over the doctor called and finding his patient in restful sleep joined the others In the arbor This Is one of the advantages of my combined professions ho said The herbs and blisters known to materia modlca are made more potent by the advice and comfort of the Word wherein we are told that in rest shall ye be saved in quietness shall be your strength In the conversation which followed the doctor was the leading spirit while Lavender relapsed Into timid bashfulness For the reverend man had unconsciously broken the spell had thrust the present into the thoughts- of these two whose hour had been happy because forgetful of all save their mutual past tho past of respect and confidence and trust And this had been possible only under the witchery of night and of love taken all unaware But Rev Balllnger had Introduced a jarring note Before long Winslow hurt by tho girls coolness and silence started to return to the tavern The river trip was without incident but as he and tho Indian were trudging along his ear was startled by a crynot an ar ticulate call but yet a summons He paused and stood to listen Owatoga too heard and with a few swift steps came forward close to Winslows side Together they waited a repetition o the peculiar sound No living thing was in sight Near them was a tree its bare trunk concealed by an apron of wild grapevine From the branches of this a small head peered forth and then the figure of a advanced with sidewise hesitating step Her outline and features were but half revealed in this aark place but Winslow recognized the stunted shape of the girl he had seen on the porch of the branchwater cabin Cautioning the Indian that he might not frighten her Winslow walked for ward She made no response but when he was very near she grasped his sleeve and pulled at his arm making signs for hUll to follow Let us go said Winslow and Owa toga followed while the other suffered her to lead him Going aside from the main road the strange guide turned into a bypath Damp tangled weeds obstructed the way and their feet sank deep in wet moss and ferns She pushed on to where before them In a little clearing was the hut her home which they had approached from the rear At the end of the ragged hedge she stopped and In the effort of the weak mind to convey its meaning the face wore a look of malignant cunning She pointed to where earth newly turned lay In an umber heap beside an openingwas it a grave Winslows blood ran slower as he watched the girl stoop quickly over and pick up something This she thrust into his hand while with her own she pointed to the grdund But he breathed easier when he saw that what she had given him was no grewsome relicmerely a lump of something hard and black Then light dawned upon him and he began an examination of the place while the girl stood by with a silly grin of satisfaction- Winslow questioned her closely get ting no reply only the oftrepeated words For youall for you To owatoga he said no lou Oppose that she means that I can make this land mine The other grunted acquiescence Tomahawk he said promptly and the girl pttered a loud laugh ashe took up his tomahawk and strode to the nearest tree But Winslow stopped him We will see there is time Some moments he gazed abstractedly about The scene was weird pic turesque the dark wood with its yawning cleft at his feet Into which a little night wind scattered some dead leaves and against the ghostly dark ness the dim outlines of his two companions savage and simple alike watching him in silence At last he said Impressively to tho girl Thank you thank you very much Dont tell anybody else will you Sbe nodded with the look of a dumb sybil and backed slowly to the house Elated with a new hope his mind teeming with plans Winslow retraced his steps followed by the impassive IndianThe latter swung his tomahawk loosely In hishand as if with designs on every tree CHAPTER xXt There was dearth of anu if uMit the hamlet and all opportUJ jovial intercourse were eagen T ht by the gregarious pioneers Upi daYdelpended the children since weve been here Well thats worse than the other seems to me Yes It do look bad at first sight but there are offsets As howr Why when a gator takes one of the famly oft theres no funeral ana no expenses to pay Modern Pinanc- eTeaIierNow Johnny what is the perfect tense of the verb to Jahnny to investigate InvesUI f t 2 WEi F 4L i4r T 4 trL If ryTi5 who ignored this making hit churr place for pious worship alona suffen iiculo at first and thee neglect adlng In exile to fresh fields But V Balllngor mado no sect mistake his pious lore was added a good k of worldly wisdom andc there v erniltted In his church many a ting of Tihlch religious observance I med the minor part Semi ot the strtetar brethren objected declaring that the levity before and aftoi service was the seal of compact wltl spiritoferehall not sufficed to keep the wolf frorc the door of Rev Lukes predcceasor luat godly man kept therefore hit own counsel replying mildly to all ar RiimcntB I have a greater authorlt than my own regarding the conduct ol one In Rome the rule applies to St Charlesso far as the grace of Heaver permits me to see It CVangellzl1oII t no further Justification The frolic on this occasion woi called a Jugbreaking when tins jugs into which contributions toward the church fund had been put were opened with noisy pranks and homo ly humor To the Jugbrcnklng came Lav ender with Gonzaga tho latter glad ot even this rustic entertainment II a only he might bo near her All hit efforts were bent toward a speedy mar rlage for aside from the lovers 1m patience was his everpresent fear 01 some revelation which would part them Ho knew that of which Lavender was ignorantthat he had in Winslows character obtained hei mothers consent Might not that mis- ttake be explained at Any time should her mother rally enough for a cohen ent talk And hethe real WInsloxi might not he find a way to make r his conduct right In her eyes Reaching the church they found i large and motley crowd before them It filled the tiny structure it peeped in at door and windows An unusual quiet prevailed for each was anxloui to see and hear proof of his neigh bors generosity or greed All were In gala mood with striking efforts r holiday attire A bright ribbon string of beads added a Sunday c to many a rosy damsel in whoso a waiting swain was made Irresls lq by a new necktie or an extra allow ance of bears grease upon his short clipped locks Tho frolic seemed a sort of prelude to the real service Balllnger was not present but as the meeting broke up his horse was seen bringing him dwn the road at a lazy trot Then ensued a short intermission after which with no outward tihow of authority Rev Luke quieted the hubbub and again the church was filled this time with a decorous army of listenersLavender and her escort joined them in time to hear the little preacher read the hymn in a voice out of all proportion to his size Toward the close of the service Lav ender caught the attentive gaze of a pair of eyes large luminous tho blues gray of the iris reflecting the shade or the ragged robin on his coat In their depts were love inquiry sorrow much that she could not fathom This silent exchange of glances die turbed the Sabbath calm which had entered the girls heart Torn by con flicting regret and hope she hardly knew when the service was over or listened to Gouragaa whispered chid- Ing of her inattention After the benediction Winslow came up to them his greeting was easy his manner less constrained than hers Few words were passed however ai Winslow was taken aside by one of the villagers to discuss some mattes relative to the schoolhouse then build ing For the now teacher was alrp a favorite In the community when book larnln was forgiven i a drawback Inseparable from hoatl- onand his elegance of mar tolerated because of a genial frio less On this occasion Winslow four nany an honest hand extended n y a hearty welcome The Spaniard on the contrary was by most of the St Charles folk distrusted and disliked Luck at play had completed what prejudice against his nation had begun Lavender too was almost a straur to them Living away from the t and secluded by the illness of mother she had been enabled to II few acquaintances and no frl Hence it was that both left tho cb together without interruption Slowly they went down the roi the waiting wagon At last Gonzaga found courage to say I am glad we have left that mans polluting presence She looked at him in cold astonish ment Those are strong words she said Strong words he repeated hot ly Have you forgotten who and rtUt this Winslow Is that you can smile at him and I have forgotten nothing I re member only too well all you have taken pains to show me In her words was the sting of bitterness ever felt toward the bearer of bad news But she continued I have also i memory of his services to meto my mother There is a gratitude due to past favors in spite of seeming forfeit You call this seeming forfeit and from his breast he drew a yellow envelope which he handed her with the one word Read A yellow en velope he had stolen from among a packet of Winslows papers carelessly left in the inn parlor She glanced it through rapidly then without speaking let her hands drop to her side crushing tightly the yel low page Her face her eyes grew suddenly dull and lifeless gray as the lining of the cottonwood leaves that sighed above her head Forgive me for thus wOunding you he said but now you know why I cannot see you waste smiles nor speech upon this manTo Continued One of a Few yotdustcident I presum- eMarorleGracious no That kind o a girl is a back number This one was In an auto when the express train hit It Town Topics A Kind Deception She lo always thinking of her husbands coutfort and peace of mind said one womaYes wered the other every evening jn fore lie comes home she puts the tli ometer in the ice chest for a few m LWashlngton St- arQonof Stars Dyer dy astronomy HIgbeeT Hlgbf ji howDyerWI many stars does it take to Ja roofgardenJudgS 1rr Iid l lJt6t P 1co J 1 r= A 7THiNG Do Iiollevo In progress Do belle at all the wordorful achieve menU 5the nineteenth century tho rallroa ho telegraph the tclephona electric light kerosene sowing sriiagricultural machinery ships trolley cars othavo maqef lire easier and bettor worth Icdo I believe that a man who livst40 years under modern conditions hassexperienced more lifo and better eethan Mothusalcm though ho had Sil20 centuries of his timeuThe triumphs of u tury were triumphs of human ice the placing of knowledge L he fruits of knowledge within thetof the common man niinstlire Is better happier more SCCTO cause of them Wo live more comfort able more sociable lives In liqUor ant more comfortable houses because of them Even the hopeless dweller Infthe worst slums Is more eortablethe mlddloclass citizen of the ot Gcorgo VashlngtonrIn little things as In grcr fortt gacyIa sense matter yet It gives beau ltlifulfness and durability to 01 Fifty years ago painting Ioust proposition a luxury for LIItyrwnersf t stately mansions who r the expense of frequenter v Tolday ready mixed MnJP good and so unl si Ie owner has an excuse Tnghhis property well paint jA small thing Indet Mveral hundred large factor olnltthousands of chemists killed workmen aro running v flay In he year to keep our la s1reshsclean and wholesome A small thing yet a rnn good fieadybuy from any reputable r cm bodies the study of gc ns of skilled chemists time thou sand workmen In mill ry and factory and the i rodu long series of special mathIE ntcd and designed just to mse mat can and to furnish us an Infinite of tints colors and shades was a wonderful century that iiiutccnth of our era and not the least of Its wonderful gifts was that same commonplace can of paint ISP New Yorks Great Ocean TradeiNow York Is the second port of the world In 1903 over 9 000000 tons of imports and 8700000 tons of exports were cleared throught New York harbor London greatest seaport e acceding New York z In Imports though not by exportst Antwerp and Hamburg are third and fourth respectivelyILow Rates to the Northwest Every day until Oct 31st the Great Northern Railway will sell one way Colonists Tickets from Chicago at the following low ratesiTo Seattle Washington 3300 Spokane 3050 Equally low rates to Montana Idaho Oregon and British Columbia For further information address MAX BASS General Immigration Agent 220 So Clark St Chicago Ill stlgn Patentee by Women a few designs somo of them ly contrived ot fire escapes edited to Inventive women 1 have planned motors for sew cJ1rnesaiid other domestic altlST rm meter firo alarm which gives warning when the temperature reaches a certain figure a balcony that may be carried from one house tc another and adjusted a thread cut tcr that Is fastened to the thimble a furnace that generates heat by means of chemicals Instead of ordinary fuel and a great many similar contrivancesALASKAN CABLE IS BUSY Line to Be Duplexed and 200 More Miles Added Few people who have not been over the ground have any conception of the wonderful development of Alaskan in terests and trade For Instance the commercial receipts from the Alaskan cable and telegraph lines for the month of July amounted to 24000 The rapid Increase In the demands upon the system will be met by the government by duplexing the cable The cable ship Burnslde which is to Install the duplexing apparatus at he Alaskan end of the cable will carry about 200 miles of new cable for the extension of the service to Ketchlkan This extension will be effected by tapping the lines from Sit kit to Juneau at Cape Fanshaw From that point a branch line will be extended down the Wrangel then to Hadley on Prince of Wales Island and then to Katchlkan which Is only 60 miles from Fort Simpson the English town which is to be the terminus of the Grand Trunk and Pacific railroads additionalIthe cable receipts as It taps a coun try rich in mines fishery and canning dallyIStates It Is expected that this new line will be completed by November L Pilgrim Made Sound by E 0 GrapeNuts Proper food nour s very part of the body because selects the different materials f r he fpid we eat to build bone u iydn mus do teeth etc All we need Is to eat the rght kind of food slowly chewing it wellour digestive organs take it up into the blood and the blood carries It all through the body to every little nook and corner If somo one would ask you Is GrapeNuts good for loose teeth ybud probably say No I dont see how It could be But a woman in Ontario writes For the past two years I havo used GrapeNuts Food with most excellent results It seems to take the place medicine in many ways build rthe nerves and restores the he l generallyIA little GrapeNuts taken before tiring soothes my nerves and sw sound sleep Because It roller ritabUlty of the stomach nerves tra predigested food Before I used GrapeNuts my were loose In the gums They teethj bad I was aftf Jy would all fall out J I have used Nuts I ha been bothered anymore with w teeth All dc ur pastry has disappeared I and 1alned in health weight and ulnce I began to use GranoNfi v Tie given by Postum Co PatiovC 0 Mich Get the fa moup tie boyt ih Road to Well vllle i DkgR r4Ar8D reason jlft r Cj r1 t Lf r tWOMEN WRESTLE IN RING Fit Like Fiends In Japan and N Hold Is Barred The wrestlers arranged themselves two sides each led by a captain hey sat crosslegged around the pfat orm In the dirt all but the two to begin who advanced Into ho center with the umpire They upon their feet and bowed to ach other slowly and solemnly Po thus being fulfilled they stood p again and bent over opposite one another like two gamecocks watching intently for a chance to selzo an ad vantage During the prcllmina im audience was tense with cxr ion Then suddenly tho sprang hissing at each other fingus ly and gnashing their teeth at first by simulating ferocity to spur themselves p to greater excitement but after a ew clutches in deadly feminine earn st the umpire mcanwhllo buzzing toaas they swayed round the nar ow ring Any and all hoIJ led fair means o the end of a combatant over the cdHueUmes with a clean throw woman landed her op onent spraug In tho midst of lion- riends This was tho signal for tho to begin Hitotsu futatsu yotsu itsutsu one two three our five In a series of irregular nd disconnected squeaks and bcforo ie ceased counting another wrestler from tho losing side jumped up to the champion who stood panting issing and spitting like a boiling kettle In tho center of the arena This there wero no pcrllminarics A wild rush and like two furies or two beasts tho women were struggling gain Some affected quick clutches omo locked their adversaries In arms and stood stock still for a theirIIve minutes Somo picked up opponents at onco and throw bodily over tho ring while others rolled over with them This latter ourse threatened to cause almost a disaster on several occasions The poor weak umpire he seemed almost a midget beside them attempted to assert his prerogatives to declare the result as was his custom after evoryI bout In a high singsong voice and with a raising of his fan to his forehead an excellent gesture of finality But if his decision displeased the com batants they would have nono of It captain of each side sprang up nto the ring followed by several of her dissatisfied companions They clutched at his garments thoy pum him roughly soon partisans in he audience joined tho lively discus ion Usually the umpires discretion tho better of his conscience and obligingly announced what the ma wanted Then only was he left n peace the Irate ladles returned gurgling to their places and the wrestling recommenced The act was completed with the vanquishing of one side after which bowing low the performers trooped out to rest Mac mlllans Magazine On the Go The president of tho Central Amerl can country was much perturbed when he heard of the thirteenth retreat of hisarmyYou worried ventured the correspondentI sighed the presl dent Those regiments are all great expenses to me But that Is not the worst of itWnat more Why tho insurgents have the nerve to call them my running expenses Knew His Book Under what circumstances asked the chief examiner would you call In another physician for a consultation When I didnt want the patient to die o nmy own hands promptly an swered the medical student Chicago Dally News Heartless Parents MoseWell Elsie the new baby is to be called John ElskOh pshaw Why didnt they name it Mabel or something like that They knew I wanted a little sister His Life Work In China Sir Robert Hart who for 43 years has held the high office of inspector general of the Chinese maritime customs is reported to be preparing to return to England Ho entered the British consular service in China when but 19 years of age and in 1863 was selected by the Chinese government to be head of its maritime customs His mastery of the Chinese language which ho early learned made him In valuable to the government Ho has seen great rebellions In China and several foreign invasions Couldnt Understand It When my husband was in Spain last yearsald Mrs Swellman ho succeeded in buying in quite a lot of the kings wine Well well exclaimed Mrs Nu ritch The Idea of buying second hind wino Might As Well Have Married Him What is she mad at him for He said hed kill himself if she re fused him And she did anJ lie didnt eh 1 Houston PetMARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Oct 6 CATTLEExtra 5 10 5 40 CALVESExtra 8 25 HOGSChoice 6 70 6 75 SHEEPExtra 4 60 tt 4 65 LAMBSExtra 7 60 FLOURSpring pat 4 35 G 4 60 WHEATNo 2 red 75 76 CORNNo 2 mixed 4- 9OATSNo2 mixed 3C RYENo 2 choice 68 70 HAY Ch timothy 16 50 BUTTER Dairy 16 APPLES Now bbl 250 3 00 POTATOES New 2 00 2 25 TOBACCONew C 10 ft23 75 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 71 72 CORNNo 2 mixed 46i4 OATSNo 2 mixed 33 PORKPrime mess 16 50 LARD Steani 8 35 NEW TORE k- FLOURWIn pat 4 35 4 40 WHEATNo 2 ret 0 79 CORN No 2 mixed 6- 6OATSNo2 mixed 37 PORK Prlmo moss 18 251875L- ARDSteam 9 00 9 10 BAZTIMOBB WHEAT No 2 red 777 CORN No 2 mixed55tYO-ATSNo2 mixed 37 37 LOUISVur WHEATNo 2 red 73 CORNNO 2 mixed 50y OATSNo 2 mixed 0 36 PORK Prlmo mess 16 50 IjARD Steam 850 INIANArOLIS f vTTLE Prlma 616 5 HOS Choice C 40 33I HHEEP Extra 4 60 4 i t t f jI1 i j I e j2t f r5S j Ij i 1YhorI Ifs H OI1V tUI to waste r to fine 5a about his lwr Washing Windows The method of washing windows has hanged very much of late Have a pail of lukewarm suds made from Ivory Soap Dip a soft cloth in the water squeeze al most dry and wipe the glass iohisli with chamois as it leaves no lint nd does the work with mere ease ELEANOR R PARKER Rich Crown Has Disappeared A richly Jeweled crown which cost 20000 has disappeared from the church at Mont St Michael Rouen One version is that it has been stolen another that it has been hidden by the priests to save it from confiscation by the government Cheap Excursions South On the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month tho Big Four Ry will sell ex cursion tickets to most all points In Virginia South Carolina Tennessee Alabama and Georgia at rate of one faro plus 200 with return limit 30 days Liberal stopover privileges Write I P Splnlng General Northern Agent Big Four Route 238 Clark St Chicago for further Information New Use for Gramophone Drilling native Malay levies by word command emitted from a gramophone Is the latest instance of modern ingenuity Even the Zulu can now hear his own native songs and war dances from records made by a London company who have sold more than 20 machines to swarthy warrior chiefs In South Africa Folksongs of the Pygmies were recently procured and a machine has been dispatched to Lapland for the purpose if possible of procuring Eskimo folksongs 100 Reward 100 The Widen of thli paper will bs pleued to learn tbat there It at leser one dreaded dlieue that science nu been able to cure la all IK stage and that U Catarrh Haifa Catarrh Cure Ji the only po ltlvo cure now knuwn to the medical fraternity Catarrh brIng a comUtutlunal dUeaie requires a constitu tional treatment Halli Catarrh Cure Is taken In ternally acting directly upon the blood and mucoai arfacet of tbe system thereby deitroylng the foundation ot the dlieaie and Kltlnic the patient strength by building up the conitltutlon and tutuIng nature In dom Its work The proprietor line much faIth in lu curative powers that they Offer One Hundred Oollara for any cue that It falls to cure Send for not of teitlmonlali- Addreii F J C1IENEV CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggist Tic Take Ualii Family Pill for constipation Walnut a Staple Food In some parts of France walnuts form a regular article of diet The peasants eat them with bread that has oftentimes been rubbed with gar lie The hygienic effects aro considered good replacing meat to a large extent These nuts are also used to make oil It Is much cheaper and similar in taste to that pressed from olives and is employed to adulterate the latter The prisoners in certain prisons are engaged in cracking wal nuts and picking out tho kernels which are pressed into oil- TIRED BACKS The kidneys have a great work ttdo in keeping the blood pure Whpi i they get out of order It causes back Sachedizziness languor and distressing urin ary troubles Keep the kidneys well and all these suf ferlngsw1ll be saved you Mrs S A Moore proprietor of a res taurant at Watervllle Mo says Before using Doans Kidney Pills I suffered everything from kidney trou bles for a year and a half I had pain in the back and head and almost con lnous In the loins and felt weary all the time A few doses of Doans Kidney Pills brought great relief and I kept on taking them until in a short time I was cured I think Doans Kid ney Pills are wonderful For sale by all dealers 50 cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo NY Uruguay Financial Condition Uruguay reduced her national debt by 1570450 during 1905 The total debt on January 1 1906 was 121455 747 of which about 80 per cent was external Uruguay is a prosperous country and in her prosperity is a good customer of the United States Exports of merchandise from this country to Uruguay for the nine months ending March 31 1906 amounted to 2172276 against 1200 542 In the same period of the pre vious year NO REST NIGHT OR DAY With Irritating Skin HumorHair Began to Fall Out Wonderful Result from Cutlcura Remedies About the latter part of July my whole body began to itch I did not take much notice of It at first but it began to get worse all the time and then I began to get uneasy and tried all kinds of baths and other remedies that were recommended for skin hum ors but I became worse all the time My hair began to fall out and my scalp itched all the time Especially at night just as soon as I would got In bed and get warm my whole body would begin to itch and my fingernails would keep it Irritated and it was not long before I could not rest night or day A friend asked me to try the Cutlcura Remedies and I did and the first application helped me wonderfully For about four weeks I would take a hot bath every night and then apply the Cutlcura Ointment to my whole body and I kept getting better and by the time I used four boxes of Cutlcura I was entirely cured and my hair stopped fcriftsg out D E Blankenship 319 N DeThSt IndlariE M Oct 27 1905p NPhyMedici doctorr 51 more- f rich f day walk bob1s t2r4 4 t1S5 t tli 5555L t i l 55 yflJvJ4 II ijJzfI qrp q1f t c J s t JDLI7tfkjH i r I7 l p 7t rlifj r7 9 r p 01 nIt i ktJk + 4I t v fH i rlk t Jir2 r oJ I 4I f 1 h If j qottIf 2r r sS T v Ii 4 JiI3 LIFt OF LYDIA E PINKLIAM 1tI H f 1 r1 I rr r Anil a True Story of Mow the Vegetable Compound zMad Its Birth and How the Panic of 73 Caused Jrr to be Offered for Public Sale in Drug Storesk1t t This remarkable woman whose maiden name was Estes was born in Lynn Mass February 9th 1819 com ing from a good old Quaker family For some years she taught school and became known as a woman of an alert nnd investigating mind an earnest seeker after knowledge and above sympatheticIn 1843 she married Isaac Pinkham a builder and real estate operator and their early married life was marked by prosperity and happiness They had four thr0e sons and a daughterIn good od fashioned days it was common for mothers to make their own home medicines from roots and herbs natures own remedies calling in a physician only in specially urgent cases By tradi and ex perience many of them gained a won derful knowledge of the curative prop erties of the various roots and herbs Mrs Pinkham took a great interest in the study of roots and herbs their characteristics and power over disease She maintained that just as nature so bountifully provides in the harvest orchards vegetable foods of painstoof the field there are remedies ex pressly designed to cure the various weaknesses of the body and it was her pleasure to search these out- and prepare simple and effective medi cines for her own family and friends Chief of these was a rare combina tion of the choicest medicinal roots and herbs found best adapted for the cure of the ills and weaknesses pecu liar to the female sex and Lydia E Pink hams friends and neighbors learned that her compound relieved and cured and it became quite popular among them All this so far was done freely with out money and without price as a labor of love But in 1873 the financial crisis struck Lynn Its length and severity were too snuck for the large real estate interests of the Pinkham fondly as this class of business suffered most from fearful depression so when theCentcn J year dawned it found their prop y swept away Some other source income had to be found At this point Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound was made knows to the world The three suns and the daughter with their mother combined forces to POSTAGE plaster You inflamed ulcerated and catarrh con of the mucous such as catarrh uteri necatarrh by sore mouth or inflamed eyes the stomach surely cure these stubborn affections local treatment which disease discharges stops pain heals inflammation and soreness Paxtine most local treatment of women testify to this fact 56 at Send for Free Trial Box THE XTON CO Mum cured these Pills also relieve Die tress from Dj digestion and Too Eating perfect rem edy tor Nausea Bad Taste toij Moutn pain lathe Side TORHh Tbsp SS restore the family fortune They t3S argued that medicine which was good for their woman friends and T neighbors was equally good tho women of the whole The Pinkhams had no money and little credit Their first was kitchen where roots and herbs wore on stove gradually filling a gross of bottles Then came question of selling it for always before they had given freely They hired a job tSprinter to run off some pamphlets setting forth of the medi cine slow called Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and these were distributed by Pinkham in Boston New York and Brooklyn The properties ofsthe medicine irene to a great extent selfadvertising for whoever used it recommended it to others and the do mand gradually increased In 1877 combined efforts the Lam ly had saved enough money to corn mence advertising and that tune growth and success of the enterprise were assured until to day Lydia E Pinkham and bettztable Compound have beconTe house hold words everywhere and many tons of and herbs aroused annn i ally in its manufacture x Lydia E Pinkham did not to see great success of this work She passed to her reward ago but not till she had provided means for continuing her work as effectively as she could have done Itsherself During her tong and eventful expe Hence she was ever methodical in her work and she was careful topreSserve a record ofeverycase that came to her attention The case of every sick woman who applied to her for rand there were thousands received careful study and includ lug symptoms treatment and resultsSwere recorded for future reference and today these records together with hundreds of thousands made since available to sick women the world over and represent a vast tion of information regarding the treatment of womans which for t authenticity and can hardlySbe equaled in any library in the worldSWith Lydia E Pinkham worked her daughter in law the present MrsSPinkham She wascarefully instructed in all hardwon knowledge and for years she assisted in vast correspondence To her hands naturally fell the direction of work when its origina tar passed away For nearly twenty five years she has continued it and nothing in work shows when the first Lydia E Pinkham dropped her probably from office of no other person have so mar vromeii been ad IseAhoTV tov ickT men this adv ealthSfreely given i v n t i to ask for it f l j Such Is the history of Lydia B Plnkihams Vegetable Compound made from simple roots and herbs the one n great medicine womens ailments ij t and the flU monument to the noble fl y woman it bears i Si Si SJtJ NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER THE SCIENTIFIC AND MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTERIRRITANT VASELINEEXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE PEPPER PLANT A QUICK SURE SAFE AND ALWAYS READY CURE FOR PArnPRIcEdlCcIN COLLAPSIBLE TUBESAT ALL AND DEALERS ORSBY MAIL ON RECEIPT OF ISc IN STAMPS DONT WAIT TILL THE PAIN GOMESKEEP A TUBE HANDYSA substitute for superior to mustard or any other and will notSblister the most delicate skin The painallaying and curative qualities ofSthe article are wonderful It will stop the toothache at once relieve Headache and Sciatica We recommend it as the best and safest external counterirritant known also as an external remedy for pains in the chest and stomach all Rheumatic Neuralgic Gouty complaints A trial will prove what we claim for It and it be found to be invaluable In the household for children Once used no will be without It Many SS people say It is the best of all your preparations Accept no preparationS genuineSENDLINE PAMPHLET WHICH INTEREST YOU CHESEBROUGH MFG CO j17 STATE STREET NEW YORK CITY STOVE POLISH CA- NNOTCURE all ditlons membrane nasal caused feminine ills sore throat by simnlv dosing But can by with Paxtlne Toilet Antiseptic destroys the germschecks and the represents the successful for feminine ills ever produced Thousands cepts druggists B P Bottom sicc HEADACHE CAITRSVER Positively by Little They spepslx In nearly A Dizziness u in Coated Tongttt UVKR the BO for world laboratory the steeped the the it the merits the sons wonderful curative by newspaper fromSthe roots herself live the always adviceSthe details areScoliaboraS ills 1 accuracy her her her the the 4nowthemotherofa1aretamfly 11Plnkhamthe V for w ind CAPISICUM DRUGGISTS and and and and will and family WILL NO DUST DIRT SLOP SPILL NO Edgs lIRe Shot tteaJtni if I It tb nott f IIn thlt country Send far Catalog II SMOKE SMELL MUSS OR SPATTER r W L DOUGLAS 350 300 ShoesBUTINTHZWORLD WLDouas4611t cannotba equalladalanjprlca ITt LDoagliaJob iaozs rozmBoDY rAL1IcS i- Ti W L Douglas WomenS Misses sal tChildrens shoes for style t aagwear they excel other makes tactorlesatBrockton If P couhI take you Into y Mrg MassandshOw youhowcarefullyVLDougias5kOeI are made you why they hold their shape fit betterSwear longer and are of greater valssSthan any other make Wbcrcver you live you a obtala W L shoes His name and IS StPSon thebottomwhichproteCtsyOUagI5tk55 hut prk and Inferior shoes rak no AsIc ynurdealer for W I Douglas ibo i nd Insist u5pon bsv17theni SS k SS QSS fSSS 5S- SS p 7 Ir4r i j t t i 24 t rwr I Sulcrit ers i sir of ruVrd POV evi6as addm3 v t vvit 4 1w ys get thoir itwns to v fccl later than Mcivfoy if yx glbfe when t- tatbsepuNtn j atitviihou1 tU1 ii you wish it in 1t L Ad jtS liinZ cha n c 0 c1iOfnd should jflfw te week previous to Jay Ad iK orranwnk5rftions I to Owingaviille citI Predaut Beauchamp of w Cv T U has cornered Mr tnd Governor Beckharn 1withthe question a to how if elected to tte States enj site thoy wii vet a on Federal ov q ornment prohibition measures to be introduced iitoCongreto 4Forgo Hill N trad bxwtheA Wayne acccmaned by their 4 uncle George Knox went day to visit relatives in Morganer county Jlre Will A and waSpa county are visit ing Lhe family of Williams VW Williams sold it 5year k oW liorse to a North Carolina man for ISTGO wI J M Moore anti son Cofiie r bought of Mrs Fent Rice her farm adjoining them containing t 152 acies for 5000 ealihays Grange City y Kfes GJaraI Hetherington cf Flcmingsburg wa the pI- r3T1 unt uest of Mass Viola Havens i 4p Iliursday ufttif Monday hebwcnit Sunday to visit friends and 4 relativea atMt Sterling SevTaral from httvteve been4 MIros 3 Thqs liowe and J R Paris Mrs Agn w Snqdegap of Yv yo ming is visitirg reU tivesliqre y vMiss Blinclto NewmanI i 4Jen visiting rolatives a Hilslati t fai Marllia Ifereland au fouFmcnths visit with relal lJcre has ctunei herp om6 Rsfc Darnell Weighed to Robt 4Cathitt si ycarling steers aver gipg pounds at 300 t rlitzndred and J B Jones w l4 diX head to same averaging V66 pounds at 5J3G5 per handred M L Jones returned Saturday from Cincihnati where he f been 1iyng his winter zto Vilod frs John V Darnolihas been quite poorly for some time j 4 Jr L Darnell and Jess Bailey I HoopesJWiij J1II14U1O they HU ben i jsince the first of the year fir I WI Jones and llissOdd5ePpworofOvinssville J were guests the formers L mother Mrs lluth JoneSur day l i Born to Mr and Mrs C C Jones October 1 1 bouncing big bj y Charles is all smiles s pjympia Herdca Young of Alabama is visitjng his brother Clyde 4r t CcergetVotFarr ners here Saturday i and Suinay v D llrs Elizabet iSwarts and Bliss laz2ieSVaris were in Ovvin syille Friday Mrs Ohio Ramey is very sick 1uldpren upper are visit ing relativesTiare tins weekc legveryilowRemember Brother Dav oflHo Nb4 Jej 1h Itpon and wifci near Preston I 4day UXj penpI v Lou Tunierthis viekna JerISalt Lick is viisitin his mDthor Mrs Lizzie Swarfs thisVeek Fl SrAThIthelatters Jther terIi Wa kM15s ClaraStaton of Mt er 4 tj2t the giiest of frionds Jc HereSundayl the I LiloHarL is iinprovhg n cc1y Pop vfi Iion I5tlIflC last Mr Jamci Hbrtn and h1 v r 1I tcs4ThrI ri g 4 IJ r i r I WF Jp4 jp1p r 4i r ti 4 J I fii3 f ips1rZZ i I11 Is i j r 5i ftv ia hZt ir I i r1 a 4q i a s P l T c SL kTJOhdJIIC f- lcty vic4e cipiic- gtt Ther e w a IjYTJ on vcth dlstnci i bo ilividod hec 1 for iJtitSirs Robert Awvii is still v ck iird will hot be iere niuchj htn vt i j i tkyrW11 i 3 a duugiier jMriiad wife a dater ir Hen4zi bought ofMz orff lot 13 theE re1acowityIlttt S rnother 1irc LaCr m Saturday Bright and Surdcy OJC Hendrix bought of Tom Del tQn tWO calves for 22 Ncaman Sanders sold hs i Jo SlcClure taking possession October L His son Carl is elerk Rev jKijdv n delivered a v cry inte ingreatngmenternooL On Thursday Oct 4 Mr I obI irj g tnam drove to our school MayandReeves and dro wer Clepcrformed b lcIer Cl arid at his resia our respondent wris thee ii I and Impp 1ife iuid abunc narant J5 Stoops Wheat and rye recently wn wver came cp MwnUttle Miss Elisabeth Wills has besn very sick threatened with diphtheria Itheighkap ES t he joits the world much when ponies tumbling down Urg Hall and daughter Miss Ikhd of Salt Lick are viii neyfamilyis Nannie Thonipson rted home to last Dd21 after a visit to relatives here J MohnTexas w3 visiuag the formers Ed Reat3n anJ other re ves in trede111i it hcJ1ji ov givestsr his isinrneetngBsfc v Dawson is a sincere jajighPrAshcjc Iy rn1 ton and family Saturday and Sun fkofL- 2apieGil were elected school trtis tees for District No 28 W H end M W Bridges tended the Louisville horse show and Lexington trots last wedMoMisg Nancy Jones Luy nsited family 01 her uncle 0 A M Jones frcm Priday till I1oii r Walter E of South Boston Virginia came Saturday for a twoweeks stay will buy a carload Of brood mares Mrs Jeff mith Sh ageawhanThomas and Miss Lucy Smith t ofMt Sterling visited the family of 3 D Gillaspie Sunday Ray and Clohlof rearMOv WdLwt ek Joe Cundif ann family I aveTmoved here from cer Mr WCCCundiffblacksmith shop here jj slaycnrrgctfor the Democratic iaIativonornjutjon in this the Friilisvioment Pemccrzth th bolt He wit le romembrxI that Ho Jerome was elected District At P tvney of N Y City as one of HedenthynoratheromeBetayli L Foley Wednesday uray antiT Mrs W A Brock offinches gand Miis Ma7 ds Mill visited Mrs J Gillaspiekst week lpB tObedsidtlar PaflS fl i eek O ur tenc1 Tom a h 4I4II Lj ay ear reiti v iu crli ery p 4 intoIt I Rayon Ii1audzoc ear irs y Utst Fran jro KHatftoncairo in irori Uocs Run last week mazt Stone and wife silent Sunday viih i11LeLps lifear lleyiwldsvilio x James Shrout of near Shiburg visited his brother IShrout Iron Cutzuby till Mon H dEllaand Sunday OthBdaug 1htertiv s and friends here for the three wpelcs returned T thy to their herw at Dar Miss 111 byI3tt43that oroM busisston is visiting her uncle Ro Wa UngfordandMiss Atehison of Wyom visited her sister Mrs S A Dow d from Thursday until Men day C W Gamstt and family of sville moved week to the property ofMrs M A Moody em WiIIims and wife moved wearicjrysuccess in their new home ofWinchesterMrs MeMl Bawlings Harvey Hawlings is convales ceat fter an tek of typhoid feTer rs Mont Foodry remains poorly Cave Run Mra M1L Calvert is very J 4n Alfrey who Had been sick for some time died Ti ursitT 4tof last week Monroe Tesdman who has clerking for A B McKin left Friday for his home m Uic for the Sveet Sunny Souththers Frances KiIgcre who had been viirfting her daughter Mrs Kate McKinney left last Friday for her home at Grassy 3k M rgan comty lr jmnty ad vass fNell TTbursdry ayeeVDdwardJ Lithieyandapstog yom e N ty Jsnghter of Wi Pjev Armstrong attendants were es Casey and Misa Pr i t erof the bride They return ed to the home of the brides earteren wier a sumptuous r past was served and every one roc saemed to enjoy themselves1 wish them a long life of pross ityej A wisnother Vat1 frs Him of Morelicad ted relatives here Sunday and nday Uncle Jack Alley died Su ndaySat theWdesteisrhbor and a joil man Bthe1HTobacco is about aucut but som wildCharles Wilf on and family have moved into the house vacated byi Qeorge Caywood rs W B Scott returned Satone ay from a visit td her sister Caleb Dodswerth at Cin ctni byitihos Coons and wife of Spen visited relatives here k aJoh Uiss Anna G Wilson leftSuifri irtin Pint mr4 in relop E i atte edndedday inileMisses May Myers and Nannie I me visitedDay W T S Robertson sold to Mark and HJingivecy October 15 and Novern 1 i sonvof Fleming county a mule for 140 S Robertson bought ofThos ucha pair of bay maic iiEWill jr i it n cuI 1e-aq4 arehus et asta proifrold rning rll III WatJ 4sus 1 I Stepetonr- hoMiss Maniie V Kinteid hrd been visiting her Lncle M Y Kincaid in Fata for 10 days isturned borne Tuesday I Mr- irii 5utLne and ught ox j4 t Sterling spent uc St AlabVlthfamiiyhem T i Well another Ben ictlumpod prominence last of this place son of Joe vms married atIr R m at Je nffersonvilleof R v J B GrcenwAj 01 Hunhowell Kansas Miss Mary being the bride We ex tcnl best wishes foi the future vvoi are of the happy coupIebknMiss Kiltio Lane pan t Sunday with their ni3t her Mrs Suan Lane rnM Ster ErsTr fe Th justeRa an last Friday night was not the best in the world on account of the cold rain that pi own a of that night I Miss Walter Mae RttLff postI poned her box supper until somfc r thie for some thrvCingmare to Lou Statoa for l i t gnt0 work for Dr Burson d and brother at the carpe nei 4rtrst her father J F WI bro 1ughtwh spent from Friday till Sun day with his father4nlaw an a faipily Mies Mildred Garrett spent tan day fam andilyWell we have had some cold ther for this time of the year Jack has not put in his pearance yet that we have s entha State Vnllay Elder W A Williams was bet ter SundayOMrs Ia got ting along very well of her illness The fouryearold son of Dee Rudder andwife J whoohnsis Ore EerJames Snetlegar wife and chit dren of Grains visited the am of Eooch Sorrall uaw Porga Hill Sunday M learPZi fam TilyRudder Sin ack Toy and v l v l1 iatters psu ii Tt r y Crouch and vii Ol tuaI zm sorry to Ry Kicor t jhis poorly with rifcvTCitLm Elder WUhoit viiI TH f ntrthe second Sat iav J i 1 v Sunday in this inoui he thbacco is i i o tvji cutting and v cu o virin progress iiov arl Minley cid Vd Iane duped to I to OoFuiday night andjvcfV r vlc part is a son iTvii y of i tce isaac icu man iHi adofvms place and IS LvrLU and accomplished younj lLy UK groom is sixteen ana tiio Irii1c u fourteen They are ViUiru ors oithe church here ar v joi iitHhing them a pkuirit j uiiicy ough life x crooics P IIeedcarloads of cattle to Cincinnati n urdayiOWilsoncar of cattle arid n ual phSatuitlayD Paynter and wiftigo ie to Ashland for a l go from there to ci r will make that eitv ihcir iu tare home Mart Jackson soM to V1l I aheiferWill Ingram who w hut au killed at Wades I i ctBob Shrout wao br uri lcru fu and buried at Kendailu byrin jiK ve yard Ke was a noli a n Ingram SamRatlifT and wife of Salt Ji au obvativesori Several from this place aU endme jtypDfjvtiEwel Williams and sisters Lin theand Clorene are visiting rela tives at Olympia the Married October 4 Ed Blevins Miss Belle Blevins enry Johnson sold to WI Il son QY four shoats at 5ic s Died October G the 6yea rold o f Rob Eldrilge and wife r ial in Kendalls Springs grave thjjon Sunday sig the school eletion Satu rda Nixon was elected trustee yj dw try Athand yteiJy as an cmi tent most theudly tneICoidrox encouragingly W CTdowiulceI before tud thpicion II lLN O re4XUCKzA- Nsnit4i i reaflc an- whose nzui1 oed I eir otoppoadthCe rof Europe Tiiere ia as wide a oifforonce botweea a man from ama and a man from New as there s between an En glishman antan Italian And the KentiTckiaris are again a disM tine people And so are the peo pie of the far West The of Illinois Avhere tivsChhago- ot as the xiople of Indiana It is true that in certain parts of the States where tie peoples from the whole of IJurope are pouring in you will dud a certain racialdtinctively American Rather is it a reversion to a lower primal type the considering of which now k the point one stretch I lived in the States over eleven years and in that time I vas in every State in UTthe Union The Kentuckians are undcabt edly UnStatesthey are the finest white pep e world They carry about jliea an atmosphere of manners l breeding And though they with a very long drawl K shave not the harsh Gt the Americans of tt Q men are big and powerful j bodies have no the coii ness of build that belongs to best physical 4 loose Englishmate asHOranKy r uv vney nave MIJH curt ous poise and look that goes with innate physical power And they have and theharde cl t3at denotes independence and cuacage I shouldmay that there was a bigger proportion irf absolute fighters among these Kertucki ins pco byplcery cept posmanhaiOufcdoorjugs of commerce have n yjt spo ciledpie open air the fieMU woo bedscan at ono handle zhuma plough vn their professional I w shoilltheir lawyers look less cSshon tha A theKentuckyt leave his victim some sh ofTheireasy and courtooos Vnd ley have a line sense qfhcspi J Dieedto recommend him but his an irance and the rely words D present huvseh and ij is virtues a vMil and striking light Kin rckians are to that flii1iire i cs a biit the reL ectiortof onog ncannec3 till you feel tha re is i jam a sense o erve r psirr u ft is that riervx trdjtfcc rnj toapytot Mo c o senratisni in thi It rarhj hat with all tht 3rc they are still ctiV i d self contained They ar a ele who ares sureol IhCiVy Ai i I must use a word Ia ice using but it is thft uU thaiic t r Tiu1 lA tuckian3 strike you ate ba ilinaen Ivp cky you will find wp cn v ho are among the most t iii ia the world tall hand ii5 x wn Greek1oo1 ing 1iLPIJ if I may be allow tin ca 1 j i by they correct the 2k iault of lankiness that v omay note here and in tc rim When a Ken viii Is beautiful ghe is luKau al tiou Theeye is heMinei beri tr hwittl i personally d ive a woman who he goijTucky might be so i ttproduced iu v man qf igh Jd the same gracefulness atie and sense of calmi 1ealns3 She i nm not tPioeia and nervous en avJoe g toapni ar effective bei oreMe n tha ioo often spoiis ci her es of icrican beauty he peoiAe around Alabamai- thi aid sasippI arc as genuine a Soi- ofpecle as are the Latinss- hIv to iuthof Europe Physic to they are not to he sist Kentuckians compareduVT at Southernf beiI nen of Alabama and Mis said are no more given to tuehe of rude toil than the dOParndalusia And they oseesesjsan almost Spanish faith 1R virtues e f tomorrowis unhtanaemic look common to j himButtemperate people given toABut a people who treTca likeable Their ideal is vo money ideal And they areWin a hurry They realfre that ion re are plenty of apths still ethis old world told hey like English people nt well know I dont think wheink ib is rather because c I fO i5o Do you want to buy a nice cloak for f1 mfc 250 j5 5O5O00 and ff 7OO- A suit of clothes for 43 6 85 and 10 t TBCEUr C3O TO THE DENTON MER CO IHILLSIiORO ICY NOTED FOR BARCA8NS m EVERYTHING Successors to Denton Day some curious sympathy between temperaments The English er in a hurryJA strain is put upon these people because of the con diti ons unaer which they live They are surrounded and menaced a sullen and hostile negro pop ion in a way that it is not thble for a stayathome Eng inan to understand They e to put up with things wh ichlhypercritical ignorant negio apostle of Exeter Hall has conception of At any time sanctity of their homes may violated by these black lower an beings Thesewhitenrien cf the South have to be ly o thntZxwscrha the people of Califor iia are the most cosmopolitan Americans Imigiiie cps no tans not with the air of capi talc about them but with the air aying come ficra over great ances of ocean and land Pie Calif ormana are a hearty gcm iialrtvei Judywhooipg on in the world They hu osene a peopk in themseli as are the Kentucdan feel that these people are wandf er er9 or at teost descended oth me tinr MI m ljoIikcwi Ui WtV4itedl3 who know A big proper of Englishmen ars hero in West was in Frisco nearly UIiitIi1i years and liked the place and toe a ople very much B fra trIarrklygether a miitake It is the art of America that has caused the trouble I had better pass on There is one tiling however t may be said for the whole of American people The class rinin England does not exist there The moneysense exists and tuatcauses far more injustice and hardship than does the chmusac- eel nse England but there is no I in lag to the effect that one mar is intrinsically better than anodicrmic There are snobs of course butonce they consist solely of the inorPrjudt people of the East The American really feels t repia is in the essence as good as ione else He in effect licatuseddly as the moujik is used the official power in Russia feels in his heart that he is as d as any man even though t mart be crushing himneit is that he does or horndThe nnLondon TheBlac1burnthodist minister in this State the pioneer days who was a considerable scrapper One days3ajd the Senator after 011 had found itnecessaiy ness administer fistic punishni saveral young toughs who Aer o YeUueserved one of his flocknotes I as iy ng soirething a tar end himself got up in meeting and thut It is a solemn duty of this i J to cbrsonthekf tioudrcedby divine gracePar a onsJohnsonKentucky The Lord is v jth n Let us pray app er PROPHET Sunday School hear orphIefNOWtcll me what a prophet is- illie evei SmartWhy dproph these fellows thats ulw etsas u kin itT labor t1emyou portjThe man who wiis is the one Of o works and the man who forth wjuof 4 IcIJ T sioJKsdiifa FIamsW flieBygarthar= =3 et me a spotty caffco white with a rcl dat wilt you the next time j ouio orer to Bnrny Buttons con tlgetyou eout N1 riij I Uik theyd raatch it ii intlMSolllc la frowned Yon utleenss ti lK coau cfgi 1CleWlat hunt astol Judith la iJtofsmp niir the wolf hunt Peter Harail ton i re Ead tw1rUig2VUtSnrpjr lcu aiier It Zn3ouCftbcr ThtSto effeYouTe1appctI to the me1enger w ever h eard tell ot anythhig liappcuV youbcjufouJULUth bai lot betryed b7 tha gthi thii Int ceou Mwijwaist with tko rinfiisl battoDa yet j wcrarti felt by a peiU 3or tonty wiUy fetniun that in- IecpIy lth wounded Ixiyal rah t dCL dcd that ntuniltonV svdfU woul1 set ttt u scant pi er from j ncr if he1 friend Judith wtu to be cu farorcd with an invitation while Ju in LotS own warm hoart resented iopj ly aa Pottrj aliuiit of herself h3 tttia of ilisa Cbleliroake8 In pa tence tJ uieet Mra Yellett The inn t s dotn1i1aiL peinaIity vtisota me even from thoc o tier worth bi t it visnt like Ieter to make a sect iclo of his niK edly honcnt noc iborU8V crUiiicas the remarked coolly shant uo abif To bring waist things vt TuiMdny yoursud Yeilutt but Ill try to bring tirfloff vrd the end of the week TI with a swift change of jtabjoet IIoIgru are the bays setting dn with their pjj lou 5IU3 CarralcLauI The boys lookwl at Mary out of thetUj con wr of their eyes Their prowctis the lieia of letter Ltd not pcblkly dkcussed before Mary Ir hnel rMa emboldened by TiHlltlis jifeellaofeed at her tiAiututors IrOciougiris are ijoln fahly well sLou lnge3etiihife something must be the matter leltigbU3uttall ou their Loads Ita as couinion na colic Pooi boyI saul 31ur with a ii all that KugRcstcd they were miles away raUwr than within a few feet of Toor boys Ive never seen SyCtthat would bo play for a child of th y must bnve fulloii on tlieiihonda er than you su pos Mrs Yel lottt Torbaps their skulls were a heap frailer then I allowed for at the time ad Mr Vellstt with similar rem jte yet with a twinkle tliat showed Mary the uiderstood the situation u Infants skull doesnt stand Isnocklae about I annpose Mrs ett qthOIo DaIcamp Its the bad my hoys should bo b t ii iteeoti of a Ilitte thing lIke vioegar and brown pierMair they be ilinub as Injuusmed Cacta precnins Moasrs YoJJMt rcnpplied th- es emfoto Uxfir dinner vith otu tays interest VeIl well mM Mrs Yollctt theRhnrd blow to me to know tlmt my are Incyusr Theres niothera c Tkenring of uJhe now present and for after hoWiiiy bli peace who Ouugand ciiorcs of siuh ofipring as cntcttc Ulmself In full possession i1tLl the molter t he- od To barb on iy the gbviaciit- Xo etc ovcreiffa Iswulny a proelamatlon We dirldablotthtg erect on the prairiocrawnatl H II rabbiL adn cape 4 1 S a dltlf with bland impassive expres noted the effect of the mandate r was iut the faintest symptom rebellion Each ac the matriarchs e2ict without a iflnr ith nu air of furlhcrineUltatlon on cffloHcy of brown paper and vine at the crccial moment Mrs Ycllott suddenly cibvcntnl The Inckintr like the dog may bo taught to fetch and carry n book but to Icttru it lie Is unable Mnw does it soy that in the Book of IliraniV a8fce l Cteinatto Itaay that im more too It says Tbt words of the wsc aro an expense but the lovin parent lout grudge j 11d pnon Mri Yclletts untnraI inetlw expression that elM was much nit Cd t a species of uitutlDu WIth 11ybI cli alia ftnpartially adunied her con family morals or aumUiUtcied sin occasional raproof ThcBo family aphorfcrna were some strnIcrIplfoundation of homely philosophy were ancrilied to the Book of and never faIled of salutary qn nptztapqiml Mnrya curiosity more than be fori the otBoottfl L ljw iMRlWy a jUiCKin wore to be ibu at GJO back of Sirt i1pTrHt tmidieTao nlowjiae ludlth Itaduey liBtrard In wonder thc iiucqtlon had e Iwfon been asteil lit her hear ju r iMt mine Mrs Vellelt foiaeiV her anus and Itnkal at her fjudstloncr with aatacthin of a challpajclng mien 1jt a P11y1Ivo beegi so Irtcrest foil In the jnotifons fve heart yoiv make fr ci It s Whats tbe matter rltli cm sbG dctnnudel pride and apprehension eqtinjfy commingled Judith Itofluvy nwhetl to the rescue Nothing U the mutter wltirihcniw ilrs Yc4Ictl she Kuld with her dts armntsnHe except that there Is not CuKu euuh to gu rtround erujR The tatbbete1Creally inth while Their the tossed I thobUffles the scareitj thereof Perhaps It has bvi tle good for 1rL otisof bb rIatIonIjii to the book praIed rk the genIal glaw nidlatiug from i feature of onr anditorS How we ourselves onolutett with hIs op nI our Rood taste and critical foe luxurytthe dlscomlituros ceased by the crse of this unctuous Wander The hook of Hiram said Mrs Tel angling for time Is a book It do prise me that It escapes your notice east You ever heard tell of the of Jfonuouy llarv afsentel ITI HE CONTINUED Shake the political plum tree and yoall dislodge a lot of graft ers ome men find it as dffficult to etXNever judge the worth of an article by the amount of coin you giv e up for it he thathasthe line at a watery grave Clubbing Offer eariv ciubbinj offer ilj Cincinnati Times iar Ss TimesStar and OhiQiFarmer 250 limes Star and National Stock an 2 50 This offer is r malt subscriptions on D JOHNSON News Agt IEES I PLANTS liNESIr r General Catalogue of Fruit Ornamental Trees Shrubs vEvergieens Grape Vines Rhu Asparagus small fruits ia now ready on applicatioiucii qittpioy no agents bith ect to the planter v V FHlLLE lvitYE SON v Lexington Kyv A