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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a t fl ij f 1 l t4 tfs U JJ 1 i di p h 1 1 fr r f1c2J L w i i l j i f f 511 l i f 00 I1IJ 3ll1VZIIIJf 9t q T t U 00 f fff AI 1 f I t jTO 1f j du On VOL XXVIII uA OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY lU SJQ6 C J NO l 7i I Election cs1The election in this county was very quiet probably not more jJ than a threefourths vote being polled The following arc pluralities as far as heard theI i Kehoo Democrat carried county by 265 with Licking ion and White Sulphur to unr from which will reduce it about 245 Bennett seems t j have curried the district by about oo In the Democratic primary Beckham carried Bath county 135 SOO wedIl1esday suid Hays by 10000 Hughes has defeated Hearst in New York t Langley has defeated IlopkinS in the 10th district v H Brother Brother have recceived new fallshoes Our cloaks are up to date and will please you SLESSER f IpWanted Twentyfive in bushels potatoes JOHN W HONAKEU Step in and look at our over uxv5 and rain COatSSLESSER Lewis Barber sold to Omar Willson sixteen 100pound hogs t at5c t 1Y L Douglas 250 300 and 350 shoes at Brother Broth ers 3 Pictureframesand Mastic mix drugjwj Wm Moore of Roc s Run t caught eleven rats in a trap Fri k A4 day niht i he dies of the Presbyterian Caurvh will give an oyster sup I per on December 7 f It was reported Monday that I 1 Mr James Emmons of Mt Ster i 3jling is paralyzed Buy Red Lion shoes They L wear like iron for men and boys PI JI Vat SLESSERS 5 St Mrs MaryX Metcalfe boughtb I jMis Lou WarnersJcsid six acres of land on Slate Ave i nue for 250itr Bud 3 r ther sells Fish Bras 2 wag mand i re isnt antwagonT I + son the nrr t that rrqua Y ilL and lightness of f Jf FiDDLiK BEAT THE BAND iAn old fi rs contest will be pIGrant Tipton Turn out and give t e shim a full housed i No MONEY OR LIQUORThere wasno sign of Congressional or primary election money either Saturday or Monday nor1nyelec kMtl whIch Isan nnmense improvernentwhatevertho cause W OLD HOUSEIn tearing down f lanold house on George Clarks f near Reynplds ille there 2 7 was found written on a plank Will Moor written this 1833 Tnejwuse was built by Logan r 4snoy Roysek nd m L lngdrove a horse ioMt Sterling saturday and on their return about dusk the horse died in a fiti t X JsOJ A Shrouts barn east of town i r INDIAN SUMMER Dellgh Indian summer began last week 1 f and Old Sols genial rays are met lowed by the thick haze covering rJ the country Folks ought to make p v the most of it before Old Crimp whileiJtea will his J V nome and contents by fire at Suehcer recently with no insur rirjce Mr Reasor married Miss 1 oue Ramey some years ago I FIRST IN CLASS Ernest Bart bcr of Forge Hill who is attend v A i g Bethany College West Vir i sinia writes to his father Lewis f Barber that he is the only mem F her of his geometry class that made one hundred per cent on c l 1iamination Vkt ADVERTISED LETTERS Let n feUjB iers addressed to the following 1 I remained uncalled for at the Ow St ingsville Ky postoffice Nov 1 JU ISOG Barney Young Clarence 1c W uinSR L Sandford KT Sex tyn Miss Ida ShultzeLIrSi Irvine p r GoddardBallard Breeding Those 4calling for the above will please 4 5say advertised i JAS A BARNES P M GOODBY RABBITThe popping of guns throughout the county seems to indicate that thej game laws are being violated 4 ly The law simply ties the rd hands of the until the ujfe violators get the choice of the j game before the lawful shoot f ing season opens vhich will be next Thursday Nov 15Ij HOLIDAY OENINGMt Ster lings new4ry goods store has ar t ranged for a rare treat to the I public in the way of a Holiday Opening Thursday and Friday SiA November 15th and16th and cor dially invite the ladies of Owings V yille and surrounding country to v present JOHN P JONES St i r j r 44 V 1 4 1 4 f r1r7J S 1 II oi r 1 c PERSONAL Dr II II Lewis of Salt Licks very sick John D Arnold of White OakI is no better of his illness Clark Bascom Jr of Millers burg came up Tuesday to vote John Boaz of west of town has been very sick the past efarcnce G McAlister oweekI ington came Monday to Tuesday a James L Stephens and Touett IIIN rooks this weekyRobert Foley and wifeof color camefrom Washinton City last 1rMrs Alex Conner went to Chi ago Friday to visit her parents James McKee and wifevMrs Mary A Campbell of Bethany W Va is visiting her son Elder Robert Campbell i Tames R Maxcy and wife visSited Dr Swango and family Moorefield from Sunday till Mon dayrMrs John W Honaker and twor children left Saturday to visit hives at Mt Sterling Winchester and Covington Mrs D S Estill and Miss Lucy Honaker attended funeralof Miss Mary E Honaker in Lox ington FridayIMrs W 0 Mclntire and baby daughter Henrietta Fans ofCar lisle came Sunday to visit her father M D FansIMiss Ellen Botts visited friends in Lexington and Winchester theJ lIWiRaoeompanI o Ford Patterson went to oin nati last week returning Irs h day His wife visited her her Mrs Alice Perry in Ml SterJling i A little child of Mrs George Craig that had been v Zk at- heiome a ofC A ReIdj nem raneous croup for a w died Monday morning John TBradley of Ma City and Vm P Ginn of Gt view returned home rsday hey came to attend the funeral jf their aunt Mrs Mary flaugh rty1 t p Os rB darncrJofRb lun left Sunday morning for I and West Virginia Ohio s other oints where he will spr a few yeeks visiting frienoV a d rela Mrs John Scott retud Weda ncsday of last week ir j trip of three weeks to NI Y rk She represented the Cv M at the national convention thes Christian church at Buffa also visited her sister Mrs N Manley of Troy Her sistu Jtfrs Alice Gillispie of ML Steding went with her and remained for an extended visit Look at the remnant counter Jtj Brother BrotherslH L Lane delivers ice Brother Brothers are head iarters for good shoes ILiD has 1avenueive are closing out some fancy lines of silks at bargain prices SLESSER Put some of that turkey money in a sewing machine Bud Brother has a large stock at very reasonable prices We show a large line of upto date cloaks Come in and let us show you what we havetA good farm wagon will last a life time To get a good one buy one that has been made long enoughtohavetiJllberthreeyears yOuneed Born about ten oclock Satur urday night to County Surveyor B A5 ShrQut and wife a daugh ter Nancy Leetheir first born The Wonder stove sold by Bud Brotherwill keep the fire longer and is cheaper in price than any other stove of like kind on the market WHITESHARPG Elgin Sharp d4T Sharpsburg Ky and Miss Virginia White of Montgomery county were quietly married at the Phoenix Hotel here last mghv Rev Mr Barnett a stunt at Kentucky University ana a per sonal friend of the groom pro nouncing the ceremony yThe groom is a son of the Hon WalleT sharp member of the gisla ture from Bath county for soy eral terms and is the daughter of James White prom broughtIthe Conley and Miss May Crockett and Mr and Mrs A S Bridges There was no objection to the j wedding and the couple were married here only as romantic in- cidentt They left last night for a bridal trip in the EastLexII ington Herald Nov I s a1 s 4 oUS THI10hnPrickly Ash took a pain in his car in August Thinking it have had its origin in a cold he hoped to recover from it shortly but it steadily grew worse until on last Thursday night Drs Roy nolds of Mt Sterling and A W Jones of Odessa performed a surgical operation to get at the scat of the disease The operation disclosed that the bone was expiredboutFuneral services were held Sat rday afternoon the interment Baileyburiallarge crowd ofmourners Deceased was aged about 55 ears He was a son of Al Chan dler deceased and was born and raised a few miles north of town Ic married a daughter of COIlI man Stone and she survives They had no children Of his- athers family there survive Da id and James of the Preston neighborhood Lou wife of Matt Williamsonof Reynoldsville Em ly wife of John J Moore of Tunnel Mary Lee wife of am Moore of lower Flat Creek Margaret wife of James Cart Minks Run Deceased was an industriou liked and repected by all- is neighbors and with many personal friends TilE OUTLOOK sympathizes with his widow ia her loss of a beloved companion IMss MARY HONAKEU DEAD MIss Mary E Honaker daughl ter of Mrs Mary E Hon at 2 oclock this morning after having been in ill health for sev eral yearsIMiss Honaker was the sister of Walter David and Ollie Honaker this city and MrsRolla Greene f New York The funeral servic s will be held at the residence of Mrs Honaker 730 Jackson street to norrow afternoon at 230 oclock Rev I J Spencer officiating nd the burial will take place in the Lexington cemetery The following friends will acts pallbearers Eugene Grubbs George G Wilson Jesse GrubbstW Stanley Frost and Hargis Hughes Lexington Herald Nov 1 intthisfrequently and is deeply mourned by her friends all of whom sym 9hizyith t1oorpir lr h er and amily DIED F ij1iniiN Us 11Malindaoclock Sunday morning after n illness of a few days The burial was made at the Bethel teiiietcry at 11 oclock a m Monday The father has the sympathy of all in his loss of a riglit little daughter and the ommunity artless nnocent prattle as she played bout her fathers place of busi ness and making friends of all Trustful and oodnatured she met no strangers but confided to very passerby her joys and de- ight in lifeINOT ENOUGH BALLOTS SENT Some embarrassment was caused the Democratic Chairman of this ounty by the failure of the prop r authorities to send any ballots or Salt Lick precinct and only 0 were sent for the Preston pre cinct whereas there ought to have been 200 However as too many had been sent for other precincts the deficit for those two precincts was made up from the excess as there was no chance to get the ballots printed in time TURKEY AND CRABERRY SAUCE The consumers of cranberries be interested to learn that he crop aggregates 1400000 bushels and that 400000 bushels will be eaten on Thanksgiving day Nov 29 The turkey ac companiment is also alleged to be abundant and likely to be a ower price this year which re mains to be demonstrated Leader cook stoves Fish Bros wagons and White sewing ma chines are the leaders in their respective lines Bud Brother age J1t Al Burns sold his farm ofabout 21 acres on Bald Eagle to Gould Clar for 1900 q The Fish Bros wagon a larger load and runs lighter than any wagon offered to th- trae Look to your interest and Tiuybne from Bud Brother Thomas Wells of upper Slate Creek caught an eighteeninch bass one day last week TURKEY TALKMy dear remarked Mr Grouch this tur key is unusually tough May ask where you got itl Certainly returned Mrs Grouch sweetly I purchasedit at a stationery store Do you suppose I got it from a butcher shop No indeed replied Mr Grouch jabbing the carvingknife into the hard flesh of the bird I have been under the impression for the past ten minutes that you procured it from a hardware store- I r f 2- y r5L iI r JJi GENERAL BUCKNERS REVIEW OP MR BRYANS RAILWAY PKOPO ISITION Editor Evening Post lIn the hurried interview which I gave your reporter a short time ago I did not have time to state the reasons which led me t dis sent from the views of Mr Bryan in reference toliis policy of the government ownership of public utilities opiniona question is entitled to weight it is proper that I should assign some of the reasons which have impelled me in the conclusions II have reached Mr Bryan j contention is that anydescriptiont should be acquired and operat telegraphinei ed by the and he rshould bo so acquired This must be done by purchase at a fair value for the constitution forbids the taking of private property by the government without just compensation Mr Bryan asserts that there can be no doubt of the right of the government to acquire these lines But his posi willibeago gverninent bUildIingcan this whole system was terminated by President Jacksons veto of he Maysv511e turnpike bill But leaving the question of right out of consideration let us see what responsibilities must be assumed by the government in the execution of this policy It appears from the report of the United States Bureau of Sta tistics that the following were the liabilities of the railroads in the United States in 1904 Capital stock 6 147 045 374 Funded debt 7485840203 Floating debt 172619537 Total 14095505114 I have not before me a complete statement of the telegraph lint X reckoning Irvin the sunroof he stock and ot1r indebtedness of onaof these lifcs aggregating 129 424000 it s safe to con elude that tho of the telegraph lines wwuldeasily com the above figures to the enormous sum of fifteen billIoni tlolh1JOn th co IelZl tlf1 Jqlt a EeobhgaQon rnmmtanyi1Irevenue cbnceve df such a sum It is equivalent to a tax of neady 200 levied on the heacj of every man woman and child in the country It is nearly seven times greater than our debt atthe close of the Civil war It is about five times the amount of the debt of Great Britain It probably exceeds the aggregate indebtedness of the nations of the world It represents in the favorite sil ver money of Mr Bryan coined at the ratio of sixteen to one one billion troy pounds of silver dolI larsTo transport it each wagon conveying 35000 or 2000 iCs would require 500000 wagons and teams and allowing only thirtyfive feet for a wagon and team would form a train miles long- Coralled 3332I in serried lines spection as Mr Bryan would form his regiment allowing only ten feet for each tfagon it would have a front of top miles and a depth of ninetyfi lines extend ing back for two miles To re view this treasure it would require Mr Bryan to gallop 950 miles to complete the inspection- If the silver coin be reckoned at its commercial instead of its nominal value these figures must be doubled and it would require of Mr Bryan sallying from the White House a pleasant morn ings Capter 1900 miles to obtainS even a partial glimpse of a ure train which would give him an ocular demonstration at once of the vast sums to be poured into the coffers ofthe corporations and of the burden of debt to be imposed upon his countrymen Enough to press the toiling millions down And pluck commiseration of their state From heavy bosoms and roughs hearts of flint From stubborn Turks and Tartars overstrained To offices of tender courtesy As it would be impossible to collect so vast a sum for immediate payment he would be com to resort to the expedient of imposing upon posterity the burden we were ourselves unable to bear and to issue our govern re1IBut the value of a government bond is estimated by the confi dence of the purchasers in their ability and willingness of the government to discharge its obligations Notwithstanding the large wealth of Great Britain si is unable to keep her consols a par because the value of securi ties diminishes with an increase ing indebtedness So with us With two billions of indebtedness our 6 per cent bonds I CASE SALE M L JtIs t Odessa Ky wnl begin a 20- lays cash sale Nov zo 1996 IIPR1gC S ln3E STORY American Calico yd Ic Simpson Calico 4c Boys Jersey Knee Pants Suits 1 Boys Knee Pts Sts all wool 125 Boys Overcoats 150 up to450 Boys Winter Caps 10 15c Boys 85c Hats reduced to 50c Everything else at lowest possible r CLOT EI 3 T O ATCOSTRACKETATTHE u rJ daysIL X FL W1AXEY u t1WithpremIiumincrease our public debt to from ten to fifteen times the amounta of our JIT it act woi1 e disastrous to our publiccAian the haJ state he would be confro with still another ob stacle is known that he has not abandoned his views in re gard tt free coinage of silver at the of sixteen to one but holds in abeyanc to be urged roper time It will 2Itiblisev6r ioj agohe proposed tat the European nations be asked to join us incoining silver tt that rat 0 and IIQ contended f t1i ra jsl that ye should QdI fttl JOm Yi 9i1lI 5ign indebtedness in n tdiattancj hte4I hdvould buy I honbfferecl for sale thus ace aniod by a threat of repudi It is aat Mr Bryan pro poses t5no general govern ment sh purchase only th through 3 of railway and that the Sta hall buy the others But t j through lines own brancJ which permeate the re motest s in many of the States v will he sever these branches n the trunk lines And how he induce the States to purchr Iese several branches many vhich are a charge on the trI lines Would Ken tucky for example incur a per manent debt of twelve pr fifteen million dollars to acquire railways to be operated by politicians in the interest of some political ring Fortunately Mr Bryan hesitates to enforce his scheme upon this country until he shall be in a position to execute it In discussing this question in New York his notes were those of the lion in his native forest but on reaching Mississippi he encount ered an audience unfriendly to his extreme views Therefore in treating this he roared as gently as any sucking dove he roared you twere any nightingale What he said in New York was only an expression of his own mind but other people had and had a right to express viewsI and after all the party cide that question His position suggests an anecdote of the late genial Bishop Dudley An evangelist ventured into the mountains of Kentucky and con tracted with his congregation to preach the Gospel for one year for the consideration of one bush el of wheat for each sermon Af ter the conclusion of the first ser mon he was waited on by a committee who paid him his bushelS of wheat that gregation did noCwish to hearS him any more He asked in prise Why not We dont like your doctrine was the re ply Good gracious men what sort of doctrine do you want I must have that wheat and I will preach you any sort of doctrine to get it Mr Bryan must have that nomination and seems dis posed to vary his teaching to suit the votes of his audience But when the railways and tel egraph lines shall have been pur chased it will be but a beginning of Mr Bryans program He contends that the Government must acquire all monopolies This would require the immediate pure chase and operation by the Gov- I ernment of the Sugar Trust Oil Trust the Steel Trust the Beef Trust the Tobacco Trust the CoalTrust and a thousand other combinations considered hurtful to th1 people together with al I P I I 1 0 6t Btf1 I 4MensMens Heavy Underwear suit 50c Ladies Underwear suit 50c Ladies Yarn Mittens pro10c Childrens Yarn Mittens pr lOc price n IFARM FOR SALE Fifty acres south of Sharpsburg on public road near church and schoolhouse on rural delivery and telephone line good house nd tobacco barn will hold eight cres of tobacco neverfailing water good fencingand outbuild Land 1 and mostly n grass Terms tosuit Inquire atthis office PUBLIC SALEOn account of my age and inability to farm I will offer at public sale Wednes day November 21 1906 on the premises two miles northwestof Harpcrsjforkcre bluegrass nrm contain ig a dwelling i nant houses and three large The land is well watered ranches and pringsproduces other t jeisnn befe ic athewimyIo suit purchaser Also I will sell iiy live stock includingtheTerms made wn on day of sale DANIEL HARPER the plants and lands appertaining- to those numerous avocations A corner in wheat or corn or cotton would make these products a monopoly which could only beI ended by the Government pur chase of all the arable lands in the country I dont believe Mr Bryan contemplates such a pur but the logic of his argu reIsuItour people to a nation of serfs who would be tenants at will ofa government so despotic that in comparison the absolutism of Russia might be regarded as a model republic In this condition of virtual servitude of the people Mr Bryan could easily carry out the rest of his program by naming an elective judiciary who would readily register the willof the ruling authorities- It would have been better for the countryif instead of venturing on such novelties in legislation he should have embraced the true principles of Democracy They are as immutable as justice yet elastic enough to be ap plied to the changing conditions of the country Corporations are creatures of the law and can be regulated and controlled by the same authority which brought them into existence for the principle of equal rights to all and exclusive privileges to none is as applicable to artificial as to natural persons The unanimity with the Democratic mem bers of Congress supported the railroad rate bill is proof that they adhered in this respect to the traditions of the party The Democratic views of the tariff are based upon the same views of equality It is the nat ural right of every man to sell what he has to dispose of where lhe can obtain the best prices and to buy what he needs in the chean est market Legislation cannot justly restrict this right except for the actual necessities of the government and even then the legislation must not be so framed as to take money from the pock et of one citizen and put into that of another The Republican protective tar iff is antagonistic to this principle of Democracy Yet Mr Bryan seems to vacil late even Qn this vital question It has been generally supposed that he opposed the doctrine of protection but the papers report that on reaching Mem phis during his recent Southern tour he announced that the Republicans need have no fears in 1Continued on second page t t BUGGY ROBES fAND HORSE BLANKETS I have a special low price on Buggy Robes and 1IorseBIanlceth for this month Come andsee the largest line of BiIgyRobea and the lowest prices r J EUCENE mmmm owp F s = 1 Frrr ji j TT j y M t AND UNDE r ti 0 r 1 I j We Edward L Barnes of Oiu1d r lately of Bethel have associated ot f ture and undertaking business in Or r licit a share of the peoples trade Pr Y See us before buying elsewhere EmV t principles of the art All calls met prompfc j BARNES PETERS oan CKELJIqrffc ir jt T br Cash 1 New goods arriving evert Comforts each 1 and k LdsDrssSkts 315021 501 Ladies Petticoats 76c Gowns 50c Saxony Yarn skein t 9c Shetland Floss Sc Outings yd 9 81 Th 5c Flannellette yd lOc Apron Gingham yd G 5c Dress Gingham yd lOc Bed Ticking yd I5c Calico yd SJ 5c Mens Underwear suitSI90 80c Boys 50c Ladies UnionSuits 48 25c ChildrensI 25c Oqj Owingsvillec Kyr Uiiderbuy ltMenste Interns DianondAi 44iGASH PAID IXkV t lijr J1R 1AXtN b cLFOR V1RCHV Screened Lump Z rrAlY c b k 02 ifI J i 5 C 0 A rrlROSEOLYMPiA KENTUCKY THE POCKET Is FILLBRIG TJft am getting in large stock 6f Fall and Winter Clothing P H Shoest CapsV Underwearrverconts1lj Cravenetts 4 Rain Rubber 80e Shoes Notions FurnisTlfn Joods ofti share of your trade and will tfof cent you spend Good values ys Respectfully Blue Front in The Pocket OvingsyilleV Ky Comlt1ssiondrs N ti e1 Bath Court John P Eaton vs M T Hendrix Admr Pursuant to order at the October term in the abovestyled case I as Master Commissioner will commence my my office in Owings Bath county Ky on the andIdeceased are directed to proper ly verify and file their claims with me on or before the Mon day in January 1907 or they will be barred H S GOODPASTER Master Comr Bath Circuit Court SS tu e5 v7i The Pocket r r f c J t t vr 1 iSy 1 A rI it 5 tenS li i fUht t 0 Clothes Pms t Woo Rie 1 f I I ButteD c Ii4 Cob j t BV B1 if l l t GL 1 Sf 4 C a t y 5 1 t S i rI J 1 0 f I 1 iP t t i f 1 Sf t J 1 f jr tNs j iiJ f r j 5 t I a x Hats ntosh Coats I want a GOOD yAW every a ir 5 Circuit c c entered 190G villa 3d i r JAMES GILiM Ti zap ATCHI N Prescription Druggist t Groceries Notionsj Fresh ConfectiOneries Fresh Vegetables Goods Delivered promptly Telephone No8ef OwxsGsvu4iE4Kr 4S c rift i 4if f 0 tJrj lot i HI A l iii a4 J 0 i r a A JitJi I ci fr r ft tr i OW1HGSVILIE OUTLOOK 1L OUTLOOK PUB CO Pttbllahera OWINQSVILLB KENTUCKY coCupidity and CommercIalism Some one down in West Virginia has plowed up a tomahawk which evi- dentlyt had been carried to that lo tcalIty away back In the seventeen by savages who went there from other localities and cleaned out their aboriginal enemy The point of Interest in the matter Is that the L weapon was not of Indian origin but- twas of steel and of such finished workmanship that It came from Eng 1 land at that time the worlds centert t of steel working It goes to prove that the red man even In that earlyr day obtained much ot his f from the white man But this re marks the Troy Times Is not a ape N daily surprising revelation When was there a time when cupidity did Lnot overcome occasionally tho Im I l pulses of humanity There is more r sin asusplclon that many an Indian t postA j t warriors with rlftesI4 i X X As to turning an trt ce heathen didI 4 1 I t Medford rum a 1 carried mia t t t Loa ana do IS turn out J- i gods for e t f4 I r N bee r i tltllI t f z F i uan to be e f Arming A r 1 s J 4 t Because she lld agreeable beI a 1r Quito there 1 rr failure The propI 4er effect inusUJWte repartee be spon i t taaeous and unpremeditated It must 4 be radiated naturally like light and- I love Books there are that pretend to tell bow It Is done They do quite as competently as grasshoppers teach I 1t tony Edgar Salters declares In 5Y tc i ator that the ability to a p I f agreeable to entertain r t to be perfectly enter I t 10 j apprehensible only VV7Vv IS generally prenatal I j V 6d The mere tech t a v VA j V that It must te d VV j V v Mayfalr Intonation S t I must be Absorbed iFe tV i Vxj abash tha ama I 1 v slng but the art dA O 4tbem He puts 4 I j iththem In the the whole secret Si I pC t I S 0 1 Vd Accidents J f r appalling death list q l4f Tx of the United States tfJJo ivL Xrwentyslx persons in the year and 9703qf r uch a rec 11 a flt terms l t to fool ra5 t f Issehger P J I otad- Iqrj1 r J of coup secure If such e were wipe d a great battle n cause the world BJI Sio Snd tho kindly die 0 p I 4 would come forward 13 V tltute families of n per4tion Yet here4y o tiles left without trown upon the 4 tIt k result of accl 4 i V ring daily an t mana4I fable a aa t t rquenes Doomed S tn costume Is doom a a yMSUde clothing will 4 I 1 irheBrltlSh represent the Moors Iof t fItaking more and morev s Jfuropean clothes in pref Ito ueir national dress and rt j J consequence there is a fine I I 4openlag for readymade clothes for ij r t men and women provided the colors 4t i V be bright It Is possible that adher en ce to the taste for vivid hues may J 1 save the situation but there Is danger a t that the drummer In hit anxiety to a iC Increa trade will knock out the tourist business says the San Fran a1t deco Chronicle Ninetenths of the attraction that avislt to oriental coun rJr tries has for the average traveler is the plCturesquec atumes of the inhat 3 w itaats If they are supplanted byi Eu it7zirropean togs and nothing but the dirt4 v Ii left itis doubtful whether the lal ter will prove a powerful magnet to fc draw the tourist Jiq A book recently published declares Of LjS J that Man is the most unchaste the most drunken the most aelfish aqd Itcooe1tsd the most miserly thejTiOst a vv ciltlcaland the most bloodthirsty d d of terrestrial creatures But he Is also the oulyone that has Invented a way to punish Jjlmself with such crit l icism r J v S UnUer the present rules anyone 1j wko ts killed or injured Jn playing 4 tti r football Is guilty of a plain violation of of t the ethics of the lame t A big Insurance company is about v ie to abandon business In Russia Every a Viv J onewho really needs life insurance In the czar domains Is pretty sure to cab inotf tae policy before the com a pHi I rproflts begin to grow a1rtI f The Jersey genius who went hunt J f lug a collar button and discovered a r bride must have found a lady of the ii 4achshundess type I i Kansas City has put forward the t V BBlque claim of being a graftleirq i town founds too good to be true i iftoi 4f It communication Is opened between r f tM planet Mars and our globe within I a decade as has beoi prophesied it will be a star proceeding 1fa = Mr and Mrs Flelst aman of Clncln d y j LtI passed their hieymoon in the 401 nI iarregIon Wonder If they lived e oi Ice cream anti klises 1 3The heir to the Austrias throne t 2 i vv wtaiaif hollers by selling picture 3A y hlrasoir and his family i r 4 i iOI1 wife all women arS rt o 1 JkIa tjf 4 I J i 6ftt i I t tl 0 ro ItJ 4 r t i1 ilSaI 3 r P tsP t t r r Lavender Creitftiton Lovers By OLIVIA B 5TROHM Copyright kTOlMa B Smbm CHAPTER XXIV COKTIXUEA She la well or at least no worse saw her yesterday afternoon Then rapidly he detailed what had happened since her absence Your mother is reassured as far as it lay n my power but of course we must return as soon as possible Oh If we only can Every moI aent Is precious Lavender urged then reproachfully I couldnt make OwaI toga take me back He Insisted upon waiting over today at least When appealed to Col Boone he said I must be patient until sunrise tomorrow If nobody came In search for me by that time he would himself take me homeSo am superfluous shall I go back alone She shook her head In smiling dis tent and he went on But I am not altogether useless since I have brought you this and he produced the bun die which the slave had given him America The dear thoughtful loul Lavenders lip quivered between a smile and tear at sight of the package with Its careful wrapping And this Winslow drew from his knapsack the small silk beg he had picked up on the beach Thank you Then as she took the bag and came a step closer And thank you for coming for ma she laid sweetly Then drawing back with a petulant sigh But Indeed It seems I shall never have done with thanking you Is it then so hard to thank mar ills eyes demanded a reply It came with reluctant grace It Is never comfortable to be placed un dar obligations Pardon me he askad meekly but are those really your reasons In the abstract or only in my own unfortunate cue She halfturned from him Idly pok- Ing the fire with a stalk of sugar cane An obligation is a bonda fetter she said Sometimes he admitted It Is also a tie Then unconsciously hllvolce soft ened and he stepped very near I can imagine that obligation might be happinessHe emboldened by her yielding manner and too the words of her mother rang In his ears like the refrain of a harp You whom she lovesHa had refused to accept the words as sober serious truth and had said over and over again to himself that he had mistaken their import but in spite of judgment the memory of them gave him courage The heaviest obligation In the world ha said brings the moat happiness ff She looked 4ip quickly with a side- wise turn ofthe head Then Irrele vantlyf TKere 1 had forgotten the meal and Obi Boone wanta toe cake for stopper Resuming her grllterIoa once 1folda of her muslin gown now drag- gling limply about her were stained with berry juice and looped here and there with cockle burrs She shivered a little In the night wind and without a word Winslow put the cape of his coat around her Boone promptly returned and togeth er he and Lavender set about prepara tions for supper Winslow looked on In lazy satisfied silence The meal was spread on the ground in the most primitive style HIt you want to be useful while you sit there Mr Winslow sir suppose you sharpen these twigs for forks That rabbit will be too hot for any fingers but same Winslow assumed the work with a show of earnestness but looked up often to watch Lavender In the weird light that was neither sun nor moon nor Ire but a blending of all three she flitted about like a wraith of sun betas entombed la the forest shades It was one secret of her charm for him this entire gratification of ku I artistic sease It was not her beauty alone that phased him it was the ale ment of the picturesque the dramatic which that beauty never lacked He watched liar now as she waited upon Daniel Boone whose wishes she seamed ever to anticipate A gourd of water for the part of the Ire that was too hot toore salt for the mnat or a deft turn of the hoecake whan needed To this primitive cooking sha brought an alert Interest that vastly pleased the bid pioneer She toast ed bits of venison on the cad of a bayonet held over the coals and aalaldlag wlthtaa free hand her cheek from the firelights glow she hid too the blush that covered it at the old mans words of praise Shell be a flae housekeeper aom e day I envy the lucky fellow abas tt cook tortB4 to this simple soul praise of woman could no further At last the game was done to a tarn the hoecake ready and these with Jelly and rice pies from Amer icas bundle completed the feast There was a moments wait while Boone salt a short quaint grace To the cleats r words for the preservation of OIL lives he added an unctuous Amen exchanging glances with Winslow The young men bowed lower his thought thus solemnly recalled to the dangei of the afternoon safely passed Then he changed the subject light ly 1 am glad I cams even though he added reproachfully our lad here has broadly hinted that I am un necessary If not an unwelc me guest She tails me that I did not need to come for you were going to take her home tomorrow What do you think of that for hospitality slrt Lavender shook hex head at this teasing distortion of her words but before she could speak Boone inter MARRIAGE AMONG BRETONS ctoresque Affair That Affords Sa joymeat for Qwest aad Saggar Jovial Rabelais himself would hayS smiled approvingly could he weddingIBerlgnac a big village on the northern slopes of theArviese says the London Leader Ull dalaasumt the mayors daocatar hadwH4X Blaacaar a I f r r I Z posed with gravity And did you tell her that but for you there would have been no Dan Boone to escort beror anybody else tomorrow Lavender uttered a little scream of dismay looking from one to the other tearfully Boone continued He could had he chosen come out best in that argument child If It hadnt been for his- squick eye and hand the woods would never again have echoed to this gun and that red devil yonder roud hive had another scatmaIbeltWlOthCr life on his soufT Lavender was silent awestruck and for a space nobody spoklTo break the sppll to mar the time Boone said See the new moon Lets made a wish And all three turned from the fire light to sea the crescent moon that like a sliver cradle rocked a star After a pause Boone asked What did we all wish t I can guess yours colonel Lavender said It was for good weather or full traps or perhaps that the Indians would let us alone No my girl no Im Indifferent to weather I am too old a hunter to set traps this time of year and as for the Indians wall Dan Boone has yet to worry about them No mine was the old old storya wish for my land my title For you must Know he added In explanation that I have long coveted more of Mother Earth than the bare six feet which all men claim This was followed by a hush which the host broke again Yours wasI something sentimental no doubt Lavender shook her head No I couldnt think of a trifling wish something which did not matterso so I didnt wish at all The real heart desires things I want very much no I wouldnt trust them to a goddess so capricious Winslow smiled at her fancyher manner halt serious half jesting I see you have Imbibed some of Americas supersltltons Now I on the contrary have trusted to the moons fickle care a grave responsibil ity the desire on Which my whole life turns His meaning tone made Lavender tremble with an odd confused Joy The old man chuckled In the embarrassed calm which followed Owatoga emerged from the hut where he had been caring for the wounded savage and with a few strides joined the group In his manner was a suggestion of repressed excitement There was a glitter in the fathomless eye Owatoga has something to tell remarked Winslow Let us hear it friend But the guide beckoned him myste riously apart and they conferred to gether Winslow returned soon and with an apology to Lavender spoke into the private par of his host Boones first Involuntary start betrayed dismay What is the matter Tell me de manded the girl The three men exchanged glances Tell her said Owatoga The white maid is no papoose to fear the paint and feathers He is right Boone agreed Sha may as well know now It May be only a false alarm I mast saa this redskin and find out the trata if possible he added meaningly 1m dlans have Md before With epi cal smile that was half a frown went to the hut where hack In the semidarkness lay the wounded say age like a wolf in his din nothing Seen but the fierce and glaring eyas Meanwhile Owatoga stood at the edge of the small clearing Us eye Intent upon the thicket Winslow moved close to Lavender as he said Owatoga says that a party of Osage Indiana have planned to at tack Col Boones cabin tonight They do not know of the presence of there t of us but are sure they have trapped the old men at last And how did Owatoga learn thlsr asked lAvender and her voice WM low and Throuah this wounded man he was to have been one of the attacking party And why does U betray the do sgaTFor two reasons he has discovered in Owatoga one of his own tribe an I well he fancies himself la some sense Indebted to me Than seeing that she still looked puzzled I might have killed him thl afternoon you know Here Boone joined them We must Jose no time I am pretty sure he is speaking the truth There seems no gain to him in warning us We Wilt leave him here He says the red skins stay come at cay tiLe but I t will most likely be altar midnight He will detain them as long as he can to give usa chance to gut away Bef jre they left Winstow bent over tie wpunded Indian with a word of farewell to whisk he had for an swer Yes Menok will lire aad me will raaeaber that one white brethid a heart in it Slimily the party stole iron the casap To the north was Boones wkis pered command and soon the forest hid thOrn in friendly gloom From Menoka they had learned that the attack would be from the rIve r Retreat that way then was cut offr have to make the journey oTerland After some time the noise of rifles echoed faintly in the hollow glen Ta attack It was true then what Ma nbka had said- Lavender controlled the impulse te cry out hut her nerves strained and tense as I lute string snapped and she was for a moment overcome with a deathly faintness Then fright lent her strength and gave to her fet the speed of wings Faster for a space thin the mID could follow she dashed blindly on Boon overtook her and laying one hand on her arm said kindly yet with- y sternness What Will you lose heart ind nerve at first sound You could not continue this pace and what then- Wlnslow T had come up and to reas sure her further said Owatoga id8asnoj falL The Osage promised to de tain the party or give them a false trail lawyers clerk and a thousand guestit each with a Pantagruello down to breakfast In an open field from two p m to seven pm The tables were primitive and cm- ilitecl of the green turf scored with dee trenches for the guests lip The menu consisted inter ails of 17 oxen with sheep and calves in U D 17 barrels of wine and innumer able casks of cide- rrhefeuterswere supplied with bread from two wagons each drawn by tw hones sad driven up and dowa thelaid A v i1 4 r- r PYc 1 a Boone put In grimly All the same we will lose no time Lavender gave way to no ixpre paroxysms of fear but trudged along Inpatient silence To Boone anil Owatoga tho trail was familiar anti they took the lead Winslow over kept beside her hit hand helping her over the rough places Veemetmust lead nowhere But always Owa toga forced a passage and they wouldSreach an open prairieits scattered about in tho darkness like drops from the milky way The old pioneer kept a rugged sl lence No longer host entertainer he was now the guide the woodsman In a race with the forest devils Every trained sense was alert with the extra effort which his years required Finally he suggested a bait on the bank of a little creek Here in an abandonment of fatigueCLavender threw herself on the her head resting on the earthclogged roots of an old tree They dared not light a fire and theItwo whom experience warned grave taciturn anxious in spite of the solitude For fiDanelthat each treetrunk might shelter a velvetfooted enemy And sobered by tho danger they sat tense and wary watchingBut Winslow and Lavender so cure through Inexperience the rest brought only a blessed sense of physical relief The danger seeming pasta served but as a link to bring closer togetheroupont the gnarled roots against which girlish head rested looking down upon herThe ungainly pokebonnet had been left behind spoil for the Indiana and ls In the way Americas kerchief bound the wayward locks Her dress was torn at the neck and an ugly scratch below the chin made whiter the white throat In the dim light he noticed too the tired droops of the eyelids and the pile lips half open Every curve of the deli cate figure showed listless fatigue- It was easy to love her thuaoasZ to toll her so He bent closer You are tired trr to sleep a little No I am comfortable now I dont want to lose this delicious feeling In the oblivion of steep she said and there was drowsy content in her voice- I too am comfortable and happy but that Is because I am with you ha said and bent lower His gaze was full of an ardent tenderness but from his voice he kepi all passionate ring lest he alarm her To his surprise she stowed no em barrassment she seemed to feel neither anger nor offense They ware In the heart of Nature where all things were in love and said YOU ARE HAPPy WITH MB WRY SHE ASKED so In ceaseless amorous Jargon Truth could not but prevail in her heart ai well as Natures now And she was tired in mind and bodyher whole moral strength weakened by the stress of flight and danger Bo she only turned half resting upoa an arm and looking Into his face over her shoulder In the dim light she could see him Indistinctly You are happy with me why sha askedThere was a pause then Wlnslow said with apparent irrelevance Lis ten to the river It is laughing at youLaughing at meta Yes and her lover ehid the darkness that hid the curve of the poutln lips Ycs laughing at you for ask lag such a question Merely the wom ans old old way of evading the old old story She made no reply and he heard her sigh gently But you are right he said si lance is belt beloved We need mo words there is none to hear except the stars and I could tell nothing that they as well as you do not know a and he Just touched with the tips of his lagers the round elbow which showed through a rent in her sleeve Boone sat some paces away ii I shadow Owatoga had zone down the river to reconnolUr it almost seemed as he had said there was none beslda those two in the whole wide world Winslow felt a hot tear on his ham which yet lay unrebuked on her ann You are crying I am too bold my tale of love must wait still longr forgive me and he sat upright away from her No she said If there is anything to forgive it is I who must ask it and yetyet I am puzzled distracted and her head moved to and fro as though she would shake her brain clear of the maae into which her heart was leading it Then you have doubted me Laven der Yes But you do not doubt now You will never doubt me again Slowly she rose to her knees facing him with only the worn old tree be tween I do not now she said and her eyes black In this light met his with absolute trust I do not now never will doubt you again Kneeling so on the bare earth haads clasped on the ruined tree she seemed a Druid priestess at some sacred rite He dared not touch her as she sat there though a wave of love and lout ing filled his soul CTo Be Continued The most famous bards of the coun tryslde sang their songs among them being Michael Bidan the king of blab U players fieldpperformed by the reelatlves and tat mate friends of the happy uple rNext day it was the beggars turn They were served by the brfde and brldtf groom When the feast was over tha 0bride opened the ball with the oldest beggar T t 0 rt r rT t RIPLANS FOR THE LARGEST ftKLla 10US COLONY IN THE WORLD OLIVIA ANNOUNCES IN A SPEECH ays His Church Will Be a Mundane Power With Leading Place in Politics and Tradecof Chicago Nov 5WUbur Glenn Vo llva opened his heart to a company oi his followers in Kenosha and told ofphis plans for tho erection of a neweZion which he would make tho greats est religious colony In the world Thetplan of Vollva Is to bring together gain the scattered forces of Ziontity In his Kenosha address started to talk on The Kingdom of to God and then ho outlined his project At tho climax of his oration ha qualthis faith so far as to threatens that if his religious plans proveT impracticable he would become an del and smash the orthodox churchesI not as yet ready to give my policies to tho world in a written statePment he saldlbut In a few 1theirpolicies of mine shall bo as differenth rom thoso ot John s day Is from lightD3beeryedfrom debt Neither Zion nor a man In Zion shall owe a cent John Alexander Dowie went Into debt and this sent him to the devillCleans Up a In the last ten years John Alexan der Dowie received from his followersB between 12000000 and NZionone third of this amount and I will of Zion the greatest success that the world baa ever knownBIn ZICIItnow he am cleaning up a horrible mess and I am going to make changes soon that willb 8personsgreater than In the halcyon days of Dowie I am going to make Zion a world power Some tune not far die tant I shall organize a political party and Zion If I am to dictate her future will go Into the world of commercial- Ism and politics It is my plan to establish colonies bwhichthe world shall bo cared for I shells have a tract of thousands of acres land to which I will be able to In vite the homeless of the world and ask them to take twentyacre tracts and to earn an honest living To their question as to the rent for the land tGodsVollva made a drastic attack on the porthodoxhave no like for your churches not one lota ad if the churches of the day represents the modern religion I will take the platform Jan Infidel and smash hem He declared that In his new Zion there would be no place for cute or position and that every man would be equal in thethurch and before his fel Ifw men i I Ifo 4 GENERAL UPRISING Of the Northern Indians Is Feared IytBuffalo lilt lCody Wyo Nov 5A general cot spiracy among the Northern Indians is feared by William F Cody Buffalo Bill the scout who knows their wayil better than any one else Ithat runn rs were going among them he left his home here and will first hold a conference with the Utcs who are now in the company of United States troops TwentyNine Couples Married Charlestown S C Nov 5For the first tlmo since the civil war an immi grant vessel the steamship Wittekind arrived here with 475 cabin and steer age passengers from Bremen being prOTerCharleston and Bremen carrying pas sengers and freight An incident of the voyage was the marriage of 291 couples by Commissioner Watson who Is a notary Smallpox on a Whaler San Francisco Nov 5The whal lug schooner Monterey Capt Foley arrived from the north Early in the cruise snttllpox in epidemic form broke out among the crew Sixteen men Inclining Capt Foley contracted the disease and some of the cases re suited fatally The vessels catch was but one whale Fatal Duel In New York New York Nov 5 Salvatore Vol was shot to death In a pistol duel on the east side A big crowd watched the fight but the Italian with whom Volaz exchanged shots succeeded In making his escape DangrIthreatened the destruction of the Carnegie insti tute valued at 6000000 The fire originated Jn the power room In the basement from defective electric wires and was extinguished after damaging the building to the extent of 10000 Trust Buys Oil Lands Shreveport La Nov 5The Standard Oil Co has bought 42 acres In the Caddo City oil fields 25 miles of Shreveport and will begin opera tions at once In the development of the property Millions Starving Shanghai Nov 5 Missionaries report a most severe famine In the north ern part of Klangau province China It Is estimated that people face starvation Local magi trates are preventing people from lea r ling the region Bill Nyes Widow Dead New Orleans Nov 5Mrs Edga Wilson Nye widow of the famo s Bill Nye died at Avoca plantation this state at the home of her law Eugene A Pharr Her age was 66 years Students Batted From Lectures SIStthe protests lodged by the students the rector ami the council of the Uni versity of St Petersburg the preta of police has refused to allow Jews who do not belong to the university to attend lectures Loose Rail Caused Accident Atlantic City N J Nov 5 Coroner Gasklll announced that experts in h employ had decided that a loose ra causedlthe accident on the pennYln nla railroad last Sunday In whic more than 50 persons lost their live J gjiJ Jit5 F THE FARTHEST NORTH EAT ABRUZZIt HECORD lv NEARLY ONE DEGREE Peary Sends a Message From the Arctics Telling of His Poleward Travel on 8iedelNew York Nov 3Tho Stars ana g Stripes have fluttered nearer to the a north pole than tho emblem of anther s nation and Commander Robert Peary U S N has won for hix- ountry the distinction of having ont her sons going further north than any human being Peary undaunted by his former ex sorioncesn north has forged his way In the- pecially constructed vessel Roosevelt o within 203 miles of tho pole i Tho Intrepid explorer Is on the way ome with his vessel and his men after having been baffled In his flight reach the eluslvo pole A vivid dispatch was received from he explorer by Herbert L Bridgeman secretary of tho Peary Arctic club he dispatch Is dated Hopcdale Lab rador It came via Twllllngate New foundland From all I can gather said Mr- ridgeman I believe Commando eary Is returning Poary In 1902 went to tho 84 degrees 7 minutes north This time he plung to 87 degrees 6 minutes beating is own record by 2 degrees 49 mix tes and bettering tho record of thq uke dAbruzzls expedition by about 4 milesthus wresting the much honor for tho United States Story of Privations Brief torso and modest Pearys dis atch tells tho story better than any onger document It is as follows Hopedalc Labrador via Twlllln ate N F Nov 2 1906 Herbert Ia- ridgeman Roosevelt wintered North Coast Greenland somewhat orth Alert winter quarters Went orth with sledges February via Heckla and Colombia Delayed bj pen water between 84 and 85 degrees eyond 85 six days Gale disrupted ice destroyed caches ut off communication with supporting and drifted due east Reached 7 degrees 6 minutes north latitude ver Ice drifting steadily eastward Returning ate eight dogs Drifting eastward Delayed by open water Reached North Coast Greenland in straightened condition Killed musk oxen and returned along Greenland coast to ship Two supporting parties driven on north coast Greenland One rescued y mo In starving condition After ono recuperation on Roosevelt west completing north coast Grantland and reached other land near ICOth meridian Homeward voyage incessant battle with lee storms and headwinds Roosevelt magnificent ice fighter and sea boat No deaths or Illness In expedi ion PEARY This succinct dispatch came uuxl- Iectedlyand brought joy to the hearts In the fate of the man who practically has devoted his life to the attempt ot flying the flag of the union to the breeze at the extreme northern end of the earth where the foot of no man has yet trod- GOVERNMENT TO AID JAPS In Their Fight To Secure Admission i Tot Public Softools Ban Francisco Nov aThe govern at Washington has taken steps o aid the Japanese of this city In their fight to secure admission to the pubic schools of San Francisco United States Attorney General Moody has Instructed United States District Attorney Robert T Devlin to end his aid to Attorneys R M Flab ert and Maaujl Mlyakawa represent Inlbrought In the circuit court to compel the board of education to allow Japan ace children to enter any of th4 schools of the city to which white chil dren are admitted Rockefeller Donates New York Nov aIt was an no1 ne ed that John D Rockefeller has riade to the American Baptist Home Mi eioi society a conditional gift of 13000 1toard the rebuilding of destroyed and Injured churches In and about San Francisco The condition is that the society shall raise as much more by April 1 Flywheel Breaks Kills Two Men Nashville Tenn Nov 3An en Cine In the factory of the Standard candy factory of this city ran awayI and a big flywheel went to tying spoke brained Crockett a ategro fireman and the same struck Dewitt Dortch the negro watch man cutting his throat and breaking kls back More Bodies Recovered Atlantic City N J Nov 3Tho- I bodies of two additional victims of tho Thoroughfare accident were recovered by divers One of the bodies is sup posed to be that of A A Tadesco a New York and the other that of Mn- Saline Miller of Philadelphia Trade Press Officers In Session New York Nov 3The American Trade Press association the member ship of which embraces the loading technical and class publications held Its annual meeting at tho Hardware club A set of officers for the ensu lug year were elected Victory For Reformers London Nov 3The triennial elec Lions of the London boroughs coun 11clls have resulted in an overwhelming victory for the municipal reformers who In some of the boroughs absolute ly wiped out the progressives Bishop Galloway Better Jackson Miss Nov 3The con dition of Bishop Galloway continues to physiciansoVery sick man and they have advised him to temporarily retire from all mix isterial work Will Outdo Dreadnaught 1London Nov aThe Dally Telegraph says it is reported that Japan 1has decided to begin the construction of a battleship exceeding the dls placement of the Dreadnaught by 3000 tons SetfHolt in bbs United States court signed an or tier summoning the American Sugar Co and the New York Cen tral railroad to appear nect Wednes day and stand trial on two indictments charging rebating Japs After Tobacco Richmond Va Nov 3Four Japan IIeso officials are here to buy tobacco for the Japanese government It Is withbfor the 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Strawberries arc one of the surest crops grown here Plant net in October kavripe fruit in January and will con iIirz tinue bearing until June Peach5pwing on a commercial scale d is new bucxen in Florida The vari t betice of peaches that are grown even no near as in Georgia will do no good at all t onlyIwere the peento and strains and these were unsuited for shipping But thatffaat a rapid rate iOrin growing is the leading industry of the an though it requires say l eral years to grow the trees to a profit able bearing age every one should plant om a grove good care some fruit may be had in two or three cara 4Ca able crops that can be grown tot Social Conditions j As ia any new or undeveloped country i settlers in this country awny from the 1 villages or towns are somewhat iao a and it is nicer for terend families to come together and settle near each JIotherwhen possible But to one need I fear but he will receive a heart v welcome aid i social attention from his southern neighbors The fact is that so many people have conic here from all J over north as well as from tbe other uthern states that Florida society is ore cosmopolitan and more readily so- cepta1r the stranger and a place- according to his deserts than almost any r state negro is not so much in evidence Jiother as in the more exclusively cane growing states Here a negro seen working on a farm near of that of help being employed in lumber and turpentine camps where Thereist Commoahalldaten 1300 to 400 and masons 400 to 1500 for ten hours work jArcol fT 5he public I1a are nowhere foe red uth more jealous care than in I Florid and every village and town has welleducatedcountry are provided with transportation ato village high schools so that no p priilejtelChurches t are everywhere found the Southern peo pie being more devoted to re ligioui observances than are their breth ren of the North Valuesain county has about doubled hi value in the last three years but it is yet comparatively cheap Gooa t pine land from the best timber has been cut can be had as low as 300 acre and from that up to 1000 ac s cording to quality and location Ham c dolknI iInIIY that Iamfamiliar with conditions throughoutth We t sod yearn nt 1eridA I believe the chances for a startilifet p P iaiath A ROBERTS Dade City Florida ofcudi e reliablecharacterUU ilr Proposal to Honor Engineer 4 A proposition in honor of John A ReebllngB memory by the erection of Lamonument in Trenton N J is ta lag a new turn and the citizens may 15ia Wld a new school of industrial arts p and dedicate it in his name Mr 1tz frt RoeMlng was the builder of the a Uyn and other suspension g kridgcV ItJ ne of the foremost ea JY liners a the ivtry in his day tfi n J KIN ERUPTIONS 35 YEARS r14 a Suffered Severely with Eczema All h fOv Body A Thousand Thanks to Cutlcura Remedies I j J For over thirtyfive years I was a t severe sufferer from eczema The I 5m ii eruption was not confined to any out Iq i f place It was all over my body limbs and even on my head I am sixty tt rears old and an old soldier and have beea examined by the Government rAM over fifteen times and they Sldtherewas no cure for me I have ten all kinds of medicine and have petVt Targe sums of money for doe e fswiout avail A short time ago fdeItt1 to try the Cuticura 4 aemet iiffv tt after using two Cutlu i Soap two boxes of Cutlcura OlnUcet and two bottles of CutI cur p crent two treatments in all ji la n svell and completely curedI A thoiaand thanks to cannot speak too highly of tho Cuti i wra Remedies Joan T Roach Rich 3oidale Rosa Co Ohio July 17 I i 1 Uncanny Chinese Legend St towJ1b 1 St 4 j 1 caitteg of the bell la the former there j ii this legead There bad been two I P As tsuccessful attempts and the life of I f the founder was threatened in case of a thrd fejjure His daughter dlscov t err hTeccultmeans that nothing but On Hood of a virgin mingled with ti molten metal would insure suc q Ak CM So at the next casting she sac if rifced her life by throwing herself 4 Uto the molten metal leaving only erne shoe behind The casting was perfect But when the bell was first struck all were horror stncke as After the heavy boom of the bell cute a low wall aa of a girl in ag e ony distinctly saying the word helsh koe And to this day people whem they hear it say Theres poor Koal p e velcn calling out for lerahoe ISiaBcaai Times tsCl Jttt 11fo I- kfte 1 S u1 t DrtL f 9 r 0 7 ti i h It l T j It iff t 1 rt 1 f1 1 l j1 i J4 I 1 t a1 t s a rr J 0 p t p fi oo ooo I JOSHUAtrCHOSINaTWENTIETH In Cloud sad Pillar Series i oflitS By the EJrl1wl tad BywayrreacBcr A 9 = X = oCopjtlht isa blb author W s KJson Scripture Authority Numbers 27 l23 Deut 317 8aa i + ISERMONETT Jmen Into had long fbeen serving an f under the great apprenticeshipIand it may be had been studious A new epoch In a mans caareer Is but the unfolding andodeveloping of the years which ihavo preceded The living of i determines thea tIas the successor of Moses Jfed loyalty to God and faithful to present duty are strlk X firsttt second One cannot be loyal God and live carelessly 1 negligently toI A man in whom Is the It was the testimony of God t l fanditMore4 needed In the world today to z lead Gods people through the JJ lifeI does not tbut means the of God and love off achannela general could rule like a 4 statesman and could live likeda true son of God whlchtII O dlnatlon of our ministers to the thatti worldIA Z i thIntoSo many workers needed and V i tcalledmanner of excuses If It Is Gods call and It generally Is 1 the soul dare not refuse And thou shalt put some of f thine honor upon him was the charge of God to Moses as he i tordination+ privilege was this of Moses to IImpart to his successor some i somethingI aiIt CJlapressed upon the other life A t t solemn and awful thought If the v f Impress of our life upon some one elses life Is for evil Seek ti day by day to put some of + thine honor upon some one i else Uo1o ioEootH + HkTHE STORY bIthat Moses was to leave them Whether it was his manner for the people knew that the Lord had spoken some new and startling messago to him or his letting slip some word about the future leadership of the reportthatnew leader was to be named to lead them into the Promised Land spread like wildfire among the people and hthethe camp and go solitary and alone uji Mount Abarlm And when he had disappeared from view the silence which had brooded over the people was broken and they fell to dIscuss- Ing this new matter Prospective change always brings ambition worthy or otherwise to the hearts of some that they may occupy the place left vacant and such was whentbothem and a new leader was to take peopleInstinctively it could be none other than Joshua who had so faithfully served at the side amongthethere were several who secretly coveted the high place Of these was Gaddlel of the tribe of Zebulun who was son of that Gaddlel who was among the spies who perished before the Lord when they had brought u an evil report of the land Why should the prince over a tribe of only 32GOO be chosen to lead Is rael he demanded angrily of some of his Intimate friends who had gath gtheBut he has been through the Promised Land and knows the way one of the number ventured to sug gestYes but Caleb has too been through the land and he la at the head of the largest tribe In Israel for according to Moses reckoning when he took the recent poll of the people there were 76500 persons In the tribe of Judah Why should not Caleb be chosen Later in the day round Gaddlel In the tent of Caleb talking earnestly with that individual but It could be seen from the frown upon his face as he left that be had not gained his pointWell If you will not I will Surely It Rots and Ruins A bartender plaintively bewailed the necessity of having to rub con gealed drops of sticky beer off the bar But if I let them remain he said In tones of one seeking compassion they rot the wood They rot the wood do they fiercely repeated the beer bibber Then what In the name of commonsense do they do to my stomach It Is beyond me to tell replied the ma thlnzmconfident S I J the honor should come to the strong tribe and Zebulun numbers which is second only to tho ibe of Judah Oadillel know that his purpose and- mbition would be useless unless he could secure the ear of Moses and win his favor and that ufternocu ho start d off up the mountain to find him nut Caleb was not Idle The Inter view with Gaddlcl had stirred him toPaction TIili schemer show not vail upon Moss to appoint hlir lit place of Joshua He would find Joshua and warn him of the dangers nd troubles which threatened him Better that ho should hasten at once to Moses side and there receive the commission which ho felt rightfully belonged to his friend When ho hail finished telling Joshua his story he waited for the latter to speak expecting that ho would ex citedly declare that Gaddlcl would have a hard fight upon his hands for Joshua was a man of intense splrll nd deep pride and his leadership ver tho forces of Israel on several occasions had proved kiln to be a brave and able captain But Instead of resentment and anger that one of the princes of Israel should seel to sot him aside he bowed his head humbly and said Who am I that I should seek so high a place Is the leadership ot Gods people a thing to be contended for as ono would strive for a prlzo In a race Have not I served Israel with an eye single to Gods glory and should I add this sin to my lifo that I should aspire to so high an office Nay I am unworthy this great trust Rathor Is my heart filled with crush- Ing sorrow at tho thought that we shall lose our leader Moses It cannot be It cannot be he exclaimed the full force of what It would ean to Israel swept over him Surely God cannot have so purposed And overcome by his emotions Joshua arose and swiftly passed out of the tent and disappeared Meanwhile Moses on the mountain had heard God speak his solemn mess ge saying Lift up thine eyes and see the which I have given unto the chil ren of Israel And when thou hast seen It thou also shalt be gathered unto thy people as Aaron thy broth er was gathered For ye rebelled against my commandment In the desert of Zin In the strife of the congregation to sanctity aO at the water b Oeforeof Mcrlban In Kadcsh in tho wilder ness of Zln And Moses spake unto the Lord sayingLet tho Lord the God of the spit its of all flesh set a man over the congregation which may go out be tore them and which may lead them but and which may bring them In at the congregation of the Lord be n as sheep which have no shepherd While Moses was speaking Gaddlel who bad come up to Moses retreat had drawn nearer so that now only a clump of bushes separated the two men As ho listened and heard Moses beseech the Lord that he would set a man over Israel his vainglorious ambition overcame all sense of reverence and modesty and he started Impulsively forward At that Instant the voice of the Lord was heard saying Take thee Joshua The words which wore bursting upon the llud of Gaddlel died away and his face became ashen It was God speaking He dare not Interrupt With feverish eagerness he listened while the voice went on to say Take thee Joshua the son of Num a man In whom Is the Spirit and lay thine hand upon him and set him before Eleazar the priest and before all the congregation and give him a charge In their sight And thou shalt put some of thine honor upon him that all the congregation of the chit dren of laraei may be obedient Moses did not know of that trem ling disappointed figure crouching the bushes And If he bad he would not have tarried for he had a r performtkdhastened down the mountain side As he came Into camp he was greeted by the query Where Is Gaddlel He went Into the mountain seeking thee We have naught to do with Gad diel this day It is Joshua God would honor exclaimed Moses Where is e Let him 1e summoned together IUt all the congregation of the people who shall come together before Ute priest Eleazar at the Tabernacle door But Joshua was not to be found anywhere and Caleb related the experience of the morning The priest and people have assem bled according to the word of Moses but still no Joshua has come Moses passes Into the Tabernacle court tin his way to the holy place for he would Inquire of the Lord concerning the matter As he turns by the great brazen bowl and passes the altar aa object lying prostrate upon the ground draws his attention and stepping thither he finds Joshua who In the burden of his heart had come and thrown himself before the Lords altar And together they two walked out before that great assembly and took their place before Eleazar the priest A great shout went up that waS quickly silenced as the priest raised his arm and began to speak And when he had blessed Joshua and laid his hands upon him he turned to the people and shouted Behold here Is the leader whom God hath chosen to go before yon into the Promised Land Obey him Then Moses stepped forward and placing his hand upon the head of Joshua ho said Be strong and of a good courage for thou must go with this people unto the land which the Lord haUl sworn unto thelr fathers to give them and hon shalt cause them to Inherit It And the Lord he It is that doth go before thee he will be tylth thee he will not fall thee neither forsake thee fear not neither be dismayed As the great assembly broke up and departed to their tents Gaddlel was teen coming down the mountain side and In response to the questionings ot ho people he replied Yea Joshua is our leader We will follow him stomach Is mado of cast iron Else wise how could he withstand the amount of Quid that be pours Into IlT Let me show you something Ha placed a piece of raw meat on the counter and dropped into a small measure of imported liquor In five minutes the moat hd parted Into little pieces as though hacked by a dull knifeIt not surprising that beer drinkers are held by life Insurance com panics to be extra hazardous risks Arkansas Searchlight i r r ffWd y or T f STAT ITEMS OF I TEREST I STEPPED FROM CHURCH DOOR ulled His Pistol and Began Firing at the Officer Richmond Ky George D Hill of Bearwallow deputy sheriff under P B Uroaddus shot and instantly killed William Turner considered one of thu most anterous men In the county Hill who had been looking for Tumor for several days for the purpose of curving a warrant located his man a t Church at Dreyfus He went there and stationed himself beside the door After the services Turner appeared at the door and Just as he stepped outside Hill walked up and said to his- hat I t he had a warrant for his arrest charging robbery and to consider him self under arrest At this It claimed Turner pulled his pistol and began flu ing at the officer returned the tire shooting three times At the third shot Turner fell dead One shot had pierced his heart lull hurried to Richmond and gave himself up COLLECTED COINw For Kentucky Soldiers But Capt Calhoun Wants More Krankfort KCapt C Calhoun ar rived here to report to Gov Ilockhani that he hits been successful in Ing 124000 pay for the soidlers collectI Fourth Kentucky Col ment and two troops of cavalry In the SpanishAmerican war Inc soldiers were not expecting anything more thai the pay they have hereofore received but thor Iteckham urfttd Capt Cal houn to use his utmost endeavors to collect this money fro 1 the government antI he succeeded Capt Calhoun thinks Vie regiment Is entitled to about 15ofo more and will appeal the question to a higher authority but the appeal docs not en danger the 21000 as a check for that amount has already been given by Uncle Sam TWELVEYEAR SLEEP f the KentuckIan Causes the Physi clans to Marvel Columbia KyOno of the most re markable cases In the annals of med ical science has just come to light In Russell county Kentucky the truth of which is vouched for by prominent cit zens of that community Herschel Grlder aged 43 years of Rowena fell asleep 12 years ago and efforts to awaken him have proved unavailing In that time the sleeper has been given liquid nourishment twice a day to keep lire In his body The mans pulse and physical condition are said to be normal and his muscles more supple than those of a man who hasihad exercise Physicians are puzzled over the case He Is a brother of Dr Grlder of HUE sell county THIRD COLLEGEe To Be Destroyed In the Mountains Within a YarILexIugU nKy 8t IL f Episcopal school at Beattyvllle Ie county we destroyed by fire Th y was 3000 with little insurance 1 building was filled with pupils j M escaped This was one of the finest religious schools established in the mountains and Is the third rellglout college In this section to destroyed by flurep within the last yearlMutual LIfe Will FighttLouisville Ky ng an nouncement in New York that Insur pancerevoke the license of the New York Mutual Insurance Co to do business in Kentucky unless It reinstates the managers who were discharged on the allegation that they were working against the interests of the company In refusing to support the administration ticket the company officials state that the courts will be appealed to to prevent Mr Prewltt train carrying his demands into effect Game Warden Appointed Springfield KyT D Wells has been appointed game warden for Washington county and will begin his work at once All persons who violate the game laws have been given warn lug that they w11 be prosecuted Finning Was Fatji Fulton KyHahl HendeTson a well khown man of Fulton county Is dead as tho direct result of being finned by a catfish While extracting a fish from a hook was finned by the fish and blood poisoning set in Died Like His Son Lexington KyW H Alexander father of Harvey W Alexander who fell dead on his wifes grave several months ago expired when building a fire at his home here Acute Indigestion was the cause Verdict of One Cent Louisville KyTh Jury In the caM IcAUllffetoan alleged assault at the polls In the registration In 1905 awarded Allen damages in one cent This throws the cost of the suit on McAullffe President Jenkins Resigns Lexington KyIt was announced here that Burris A Jenkins president of Kentucky university has resigned the presidency because of Ill health He came here four years ago from In dlonapolU Ind Capt Cr ycroft Dies Dallas TexCapt William T Cray croft 55 a native of Springfield Ky died here suddenly of apoplexy Capt Craycroft was well known In Insurance circles He Is survived by a daughter the wife of Lleut Schofleld of the United States army Death of William Redford Smiths Grove Ky William Redford 81 died at his home near Oakland of diseases incident to old age He was one of the pioneers of this county being a grandson of Hut Martin who settled at lIartlnsv lIe In 1785 Memorable Celebration Newport KyProf N S Pettlt principal of the old Cold Spring sem mary celebrated his 80th anniversary He came In from Mentor and be and- over 100 of his old pupils repaired to Cold Spring where a varied program was presented Living Skeleton Dead Lancaster Ky William Vaughn 65 died at his home in this county and was famous as the living skeleton having traveled as that attraction lthI Robinsons and other prominent cir cuses 1 BULLET SCARS On Walls of Nearly Every Room in true Arlington Hotel Destroyed by Fireb Lexington KyThe Arlington hotel owned by County Judge Sewell Taul IIIbel at Jackson Ureatlillt county was by fire causing a loss ofta15000 partially Insured The fire was ea ouulselfeudal trials In Ilroathllt and other counties several encounters occurred at this hotel between members of rival factions On ona occasion Tom Cock and Curt Jett emptied revolvers atIIrill other In the dining room and n every room In the house hail bullet marks on the walls AmmlliiK to the confessions of Moses 1Mtner anddAaberry SIlcer plots were laid at hotel by Curt Jett Tom White Spicer John J fameshim They also said plots Wire mad there to iisMBslnate James It Marrum Dr B D Cox the first tunic killed in tho latter part of the Breathitt war killed near tho Arlington and J B Iw ehenWHO IS HE Kentucky Land Recorded as the Prop erty of an Unknown Owensboro KyIs there any such man aa George Eberhardt For 30 years a deed purporting to convey 240 acres of land to him has stood of rec ord In the office of the clerk of the Davies county court but nobody can be found who ever heard of such a man During most of that time the Philipttitle A few days ago he made a contract to sell the land but In making an ab priordeedto quiet his title alleging that then never was such a man as George Eber hardt and that the writing purporting to be a deed to him was made by tha formor owner A S Stembrldgc to prevent his wife from recovering all mony from him NEW EVIDENCE Alleged to Have Been Discovered in the Case of Sturgeon wSturgenhothe alleged klUnr of three men has through hits trney Capt Wm Sweeney file notion and grounds for a new tj Aside from formal newlyiscoveredshould entlt defendant to an bigknifeSturgeons victims after the killing nd that the other two men were seen exchanging pistols lust prior to the shooting It ha an the contention onlyInPITCrCj BATTLE- In Harlem Over true Possession of a Slater iic5ults Fatally Mlddlesbpro KyRobert Roe was killed and Jasper Roe seriously Injured in a pitched battle according to a re ort that has renched here from Har an county G r Halley Howard had een nppolntc uurdlau of Roes sis en and had ti her to his home Roe however K her away from this lace and lion ii armed with a shut gun pursued Joined by Jasper Roe he overtf e pair at Waltons Creek where a light with bullets was begun Howard who is said to have shot Robert Roe declares that he acted In selfdefense Church In Ruins Richmond KySt Marks Roman Catholic church was destroyed by fire The loss Is MOOO with 3000 Insur ance The fire Is said to have been caused by a defective flue The build Ing one of the oldest In the city was situated opposite Senator McCrearys homeiEntire Stud to be Sold at Auction Lexington lCyThe thoroughbred stallions brood mares yearlings anti weanlings composing the Melbourne stud of Mrs W S Barnes will be sold at auction in this city the latter part of November and the noted place will likely pass out of existence as a breed- Ing establishment The Journal Broke Fulton KIn an Illinois Central road wreck near this place James Hig don engineer of Hazelhurst Miss was Instantly killed two negro em ployes were fatally injured and the companys loss was high The break tag of a Journal caused the accident Charles Euttl Klncaid Dead Cincinnati 0 Charles Eustis Kin cald one of the most prominent sons of Kentucky and who has figured to considerable degree In national public office died at the city hospital aft er a brief illness of a complication of diseases Killed by Freight Train Maysvllle KyJohn Wise 10 was struck by the C O flyer and Instantly killed He was standing on the end of a tie watching a freight train The boy was knocked thirty feet and every bone in his body was broken Another Stay of Execution Granted St Louis Mo Because of the ill ness of Attorney Wilfred Jones counsel for Lord Frederick Harrington convicted of the murder of James P McCann of Lexington Ky ucI under sentence of death another stay of ex ecutlon has been grafted Will Issue 200 arrants Louisville Ky County Attorney Robert T Crowe of Oldham county announces that he will take out about 200 warrants against the employes of the L N and Louisville Eastern railroads for fighting at Beard New Depot Proposed Covington KyIt was announced that the L N railroad was planning a new freight depot for Covington Officials of the road have vtalted the old depot tPlke and Washington streets and while there exhibited plans for the new building Testing New Mall Crane Lexington KyA teal was made here of a nfvmall crane patented by J T Nash The test was made by a committee of postal railway men headed by c W Vlckery of Wash ington f if V I PUTNAMFAbhLISSbeautiful No trouble to use To keep a house warm In winter have the cellar coaled SrupFor In Sjunmallon aIIJS rlncure wind eollc Ste a botUe A lame excuse is sometimes the ri suit of having ones leg pulled Deafness Cannot Be Cured loctt appllcatloni al they cannot retch tbe dli ealed portion of the ear There II only one way to remedlelDeafo1 thisbeiperfect bearlor and when It l entirely cloned Deaf bekenhearing wilt be dettrojred forever nine dies uotblnbutofeafnessby hans Catarrb Cure sled for cIrcular free ORftMTake Haifa Family Pllli for constipation Leaves Literature for Invention It is said that Gabriele dAnnunzlo has wearied of literature and now as ires to become a great Inventor Ills up to date are a new system for bicycles which does away with the rubber tire and a sure cure or baldness The discoverer is still vary bald The Ideal Family Laxative Is ono that can used by the entire family young and old weak and strong without any danger of harmful It should have properties hich insure tho same dose always having tho same effect otherwise the quantity will have to be Increased and finally lose its effect altogether These properties can be found In that old family remedy Brandreths Pills because Its ingredients are of the purest herbal extracts and every pill Is kept for three years before being sold which allows them to mellow We doi not believe there Is a laxative on the market that is so carefully made Brandreths Pills are the same fine laxative tonic pills your grandparents used They have been in use for over a century and are for sale everywhere either plain or sugarcoated Romance in Writers Uvtt A strange comedy and tragedy was woven Into the lives of Ibsen and Bjornson As young men they were great friends then politics flung them apart they quarreled and never met for years and years Strange fate brought the children of these two great writers together and Bjorasons daughter married Ibsens only child The fathers met after a quarter of a o c weddingf Thousands of women suffer dally backache headache dizzy spells languor nervousness and n dozen other symptoms of kid ney trouble but lay It to other causes Make no mistal r Keep the t juys well and we aches and ti les will dlss nfl rrr Anthony Cadrette 77 Mechanic s ft Leomin ster Mass says Sly siiht failed I had sharp pain In my back and bearingdown pains through the hips I was nervous fretful and miserable The urine was greatly disordered and I began to have the swellings of dropsy I was running down fast when I started using Doans Kidney Pills A wonderful change came and after using them faithfully for a short time I was well Sold by all dealers 50 cents a box FosterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y Walter Modest Request Melba admires the independence of her fellow Australians but on one occasion she had rather a pronounced experience with what she calls their delightful impudence She had wait ed a long time for dinner at her hotel In a large mining town and finally made a sharp complaint to the waiter Well maam said he coolly you might sing us a song to pass the time This to a vocalist who one evening received 5000 from William Waldorf Astor for singing four tonga s his London mansion The Zulu War Cry The Zulu war cry used whenever they take the field by the South Air can footballers now In London has puzzled our newspapers not one of which seems able to spell It correctly says Notes and Queries The Daily Express gives it as Igamllzho and the Dally Mall as Gammlllo The cry really consists oT two words andIshould be written Igama Igama Is Zulu for name and layo Is a possessive pronoun mean inK either his or their Thus the Daily Mail although quite wrong la Its orthography of the cry is right in saying that it merely means That Is his name The explanation Is that Zulu etiquette does not allow warriors when they rush into battle to men tion the names of their enemies but the leaders shout out That is his name pointing to the victims with their spears HARD TO SEE Even When the Facts About Coffee Are Plain It Is curious how people will refuse to believe what one can clearly see Tell the average man or woman that the slow but cumulative poisonous effect of caffeine the alkaloid in tea and coffeetends to weaken the heart upset the nervous system and cause Indigestion and they may laugh at you if they dont know the facts Prove it by science or by practical demonstration in the recovery of cof fee drinkers from the above condi tions and a arge per cent of the human family will shrug their shoul ders take the drugs andkeep on drinking coffee or tea Coffee never agreed with me nor with several members of our household writes a lady It enervates depresses and creates a feeling of Ian guor and heaviness It was only by leaving off coffee and using Postum that we discovered the cause and cure of these ills The only reason I am sure why Postum is not used altogether to the exclusion of ordinary coffee is many persons do not know and do not seem willing to learn the facts and how to preparo this nutritious beverage Theres only one wayaccording to directionsboil It fully 15 minutes Then It Is delicious Name given by Postum Co Battle CieekjMlch Read the little book The Road to Well vine in pkgs Tneresa reason J I iit r F t I t 1 FROM GIRLHOOD TO WOMANHOOD Mothers Should Watch the Development of Their Daughtlrsii t Interesting Experiences of Misses Borman and Mills MATILDA St1RM MILLS N9MYRTLC Every mother possesses information youngdaughterToo often this Is never imparted or Is withheld until serious harm has resulted to the roving girl through her ignorance of natures mysterious and wonderful laws and penalties Girls oversensitiveness and modesty often puzzle their mothers and baffle physicians as they so often withhold their confidence from their mothers and conceal the symptoms which ought to be told to their physician at this critical period When a girls thoughts become slug gish with headache dizziness or a disposition to sleep pains in backor lower limbs eyes dim desire for solitude when she is a mystery to herself and friends her mother should come to her aid and remember that Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound will at this time prepare the system for the coming change and start this trying period in a young girls life without pain or irregularities Hundreds of letters fromyoung girls and from mothers expressing their gratitude for what Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound has accomplished for them have been received by the Lydia E Pinkbam Medicine Co at Lynn Mass Miss Mills has written the two fol lowing letters to Mrs Pinkham which will be read with interest Dear Yrs Pinkham First Letter deJiressedhave ALL any will and We y and and will and will and fam WI regulate DOSE ITTLE keener dry lJM4 when out theI YOU ARE OF 4 On sale r CURE FOR Relit Once It soothes and also Dis nom and Too tho Pain In the Side Thea I diseased It cures Full size by mail size 10 eta by mail Ely Warren York buy any thini titles imitations a or lib ache fIt veil advice to It ii in lition ram writing Ja IlL Dear Mrs Letter graUtdethatvaluable mp if has done for WJIiD Iyou to mY condition I ha4 CQnsultJ f I u but they failed to uni rrur case and I not u their treatment I followed I u raid took Lydia K VWetabe am now u Jw the wine id at that time have Myrtle Hills Mrs Pinkham E V femy periods were legsSaa1dadreadfulBut since taking the my head have entirely left me periods regular and Iam and well Iam telling my Titit K Pinkhams Compo den tar BonnanFarf lows i you ot girl who 1d is sick and advice ask J and keep back t She will advice free j d from a source has the P womans put her on the TAf heal thy and happ hfLydia E Vpound holds the record number cures tbei known dont E VegctabfcCompound i NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS THE SCIENTIFIC prsitrr ji VASELINk yt EXTRACT OF THE P r A QUICK SURE SAFE AND ALWAYS CURE FORt 1 r 1 rIScIN COLLAPSIBLE AND Q r f rBY MAIL RECEIPT OF IN POSTAGE STAMPS DO TILL THE PAIN COMESKEEP A TUBE s1 cA substitute for and superior to mustard or other plasts t blister the most delicate skin The and c the are wonderful It stop the toothach Headache Sciatica recommend it as th + j tcknown also asan external re 1stomach all ant prove W claim for it it f j I 1Once used no j t 1people say It Is th best of all t a ofvasclincunlezsthesamecarrlesourhabela lSEND YOUR ADDRESS AND WE I rLINE WILL IN- TCHESEBROUGH M r 17 STATE STREET NEW nameIille STOVE POLISH SICK HEADACHE ItARTEsl DLEIVER Glues tress ln dlgestton perfect rem the Purely Vegetable SIillL PILL SIWl SIIW T is no in SUR O S Genuine Must Bear FaoSimile REFUSE There satisfaction thanbeing comtOlW hardest storm YOUWEAR liSfik WATERPROOFOILED j CLOTHINGBLACK everywhere A OATARRHElys Is quickly absorbed at cleanses heals protects They reUero nearly Fg A In Mouth Coated Tongue TORPID I1VER Bowels the Catarrh 50 cts at or Trial Brothers 56 Street New II bythese edyforDlnnem1imesDmtss 3UI8T1TUTES Positive quicklyRestoresDruggists READERS CAPU DINE IMMEDIATELY CUl- lSHeadaches I and- Indidestion TZiIIbQtLiI lie ilcrajitoru of tHagaperde- sirtngto athertisedut havingIor DEFIIICE Cud WifrStarcls makes laundry work measure 18 lOo andaslbavebeerl can dfth- elpul youMIf Oquawkm Pinkhu Second me wrote rpnnl doctors receive anylt Pinkhams impound healthy ad all distressing symptoms disappeared Oquawka IllSKnPinkDear Beforetaking Lydia Pinkhams Compound Compound aches are gettingatmog nil girlfriend Lydia Vegetable jr UM meMaWd If know anyufneeds motherly LynnMasssymptoms to receive absolutely that no experience of ilbjandljj strong Pinkhams of of medicino that Why Lydia Plakhams PlakCSS Tel CAYENNE PEPPER READY TUBESAT DRUGGISTS ON ISc palnallaylng article counterirritant Rheumatic Neuralgic what be trhousehold forhildren 4 l1 PAMPHLET WHICH YORK ff CARTER Dyspepsia PRICE Signature membrane HICKS NO DUST DIRT SLOP SPILL PT H 35OilEsT INT WLBeuss 4 El Figi caimolkeqialledataflipriv Shoe Deoies Jobb5ng I N contpletIn ndfor OateLoQS IROES PO ZVZT30DT AT ALL7I1 Itnfm S0Sl SB to iso poys iI tSrtfftlgff women 850 P Se XIUM CHUdrwis BUots SAM U Try IT I Douglas Womens Ntess ad Cblldnns shoes for style Bt and w they ic1 other snakes If I coul1 take yols into Isrgi factories atBrockton Massaad skew you how carefully WL Doiiglaa J are raadu you would then tisdentaad why they hold their shape fit Sitter wear longer and are of greater vata than any other make Wherever you live you CM obtota W L Douglas shoes Ills nameand price U sta si on tha bottom which protects you ilat kith price tied Inferior shoes Tak n ntMU tute Ask 3ouP dealer far W I Dsagis ssS and Insist upofl having thees fa5t Color Isefet arid tb 5 will not m rtnuifWrit lot mustrtrd Catalogel hoes WL DOUGLAS Dcpt 12 BrocktM AUsfc THE CANADIANW IS THE BEST WESt ON IN the testimony of thou dorieS 5 past year Is that lbs CanaSis- aYesttsthe bisi WeS Year by year the aist cultural returns hi s creased to volonte and Is value audsltlttheGaa dtan Ooverumant den is acres TEZZ tu every buns SdC 5EUS Some of the Advantages The pbtnomenal Increase In malnitneaandbrancheaItaapuistmoieveryporSeasy ebarcRM messrsconvenIenceTne NINETY MILLION BUSUEIiVrHBATCBOr of Ibis year mean StiUOnun to the Carter at Western Canada apart from the results of otktt fnlnssnd caule Foradvlceandtnformatlon 80FBR INTESDENTObiMSiiUttLTiONOtaws Canada or any authorized Government Agent H M WILLIAMS Law BnaViaf TeWo OisS NO FEE THIS PAPER 18 FILE OURSERVICES alChiragoalSPROTECTYOURIDEAt CHICAGO NEW YORK 1TnsOriecis ci A5N KELLOGg NEWPAPER cs- A N icE 190645 2151 f VitI9ii rT r4i 1 4 p OWINGSVILLE OUTLGOK t- t O3V3NGSV1LLE ICY r Tun OUTLOOKS subscription rates are as follows On year One Dollar yjx months Sixty Cents Thrdc months Thirtyfive Cents No commissions allowed any i body on subscriptions Subscribers desiring a change of address should give previous t address when writing Correspondents should always pet their items to us not later than Monday if possible when tout of stationary mention it on a ECparatsKp of paper s i News matter of general inter estis welcomed bring it to us without delay n you wish it in i sorted Advertisers wishing a chancre or uiEcontinuancc of ad should 4 inform us the week previous to r publication day Address all communications to 0 JouN W HONAKEU Owingsville f THURSDAY NOV S 100G A siionTAGRof ballots for primary was reported from van Gus counties That is destructive of party organization LOUISVILLE is irialdng a kick over the advance in price of coal and also over the 72tH bushel in stead of the legalBIts bushel J But the increase will go on just the same These aro altitudin ous times IP Japan wants the Philippines 4 badly enough to make the exclu sion of Japanese children from thc California schools a pretext ncr war Ji may be somethingt lively liT store foi 3 the near futuier t a 4 PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT leaves this Thursday on the battleship I Louisiana to go down and see TTt the Panama canal is pro 4 iVXjne He vill tell all the facts 4 I4t and let the country kno t may expect ships tc l it within tiu time ol t 7 I i Stoops V- SJSTirersVI will be l heir tobacco stiip i Y I i r portion of the hay i 53d at 13 per t q I J farsh Kissick is now rc frsam a severe spell of c Sora- i Alex Jackson th diphtheria family moved t week Joe tt j dtne house Va 01 t bought from audill a harness horse eek will probably give 4 Zat ie hot political contest s d llsq tvfVspie attended a sale z at Lexington rV iv bdLI I 4 lenry L date for tii Legisla c the farewell tour cinct1astweek a Crow moved here Iron 4 D4ik last week a good doctor has recom buttermilk as a whiskei F 7and the next evil we hca i s 2ill be the buttermilk trtzst i Mrs John Trimble visited heri n mother Mrs Mary Ryran at LSpencer last week a t Clarence Warner has returned 4 TV to his home near Judy after a iitstay oeonie weeks at Middles QroOhio zi 4 t 0 T Flanders or Judy who 4 has been very ill is slightly im proved J H Gillaspie bought at Lexl zington a Shetland pony colt pay it S115 He bought an Saturdaybut I a Mrs Richard Wills and daugh t ter Miss Lizzie went Monday to visit relatives at Salt Lick t Ed Toy dater Miss Ethel 1 land Andy T cr of Side view vff jrs here Sunday Tho Coons and wife of North MuJdletown came Sunday to vjsit relatives here James L Gregory and wire ant Saturday to visit the IarniI t of Richard Bayless in Bourbon county a OM Jones sold to Bigstaf P t Goclcrell 200 shocks of corn at 2 10 to be judged in the field Sherman Hamilton visited Ton Dean Carr near SundayCj A large crowd heard Guerrant preach at Spnjnrfielci J Sunday Rev J B Meacham iri will flit his appointment Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Hayes and Grant Scott two if colored brothers working for Rob b ert Tipton gr4 into a I Fri4ay afterio and attemptec to settle it uy fixing it some flayes planted a spade betwee- rr Grants eyes vhich nearly p- uiuI l 4 Grantput of the m but hel rallied like a tiger rushed r upon Hayes and proceeded to I make dents ia Hayes cranium i with his fists Mr Tipton inter4 i red and separated them thus tI- bdt jjreienting further injury zJrjtf d 4 i kA I i f Ster stono- Shclton Thompson and famil- yspcntundayth hr uncle A W Donohew and wife near here v I Mis Lizzie Hart who iiad been visiting hi brotherinlaw Rich t ard Garrett and family hero for a few lays last week was taken home Sundry by Mr G to the Forge Farm C B Reid and wife spent Sun lay with his brotherinlaw J W Mnntjoy and family nenr aicrs visited hs fatherinlaw S P Steele and family several days week before last Mrs W S Quiscnborry is still on the mend and was able to spend last week with her father L J Alexander and family Jack Blevins of Olympia spent several days week before last vith his brother H D Ulevins and family Sirs W T Pelfrey who was visiting her parents ten days ago at Grayson spent a day at More head looking after their property at that point on her way home last week Mrs Burl Ray is spending this week at her fatherinlaw Joe Rays quilting and getting ready for winters blasts jMiss Walter Mae Ratliff our school teacher took her school to the chestnut woods last Thurs diy to spend the day They re port a fine time and lots of nuts Frank Quisenberry and wife spent Saturday till Monday at Preston with his brotherinlaw Cleveland Shultz and wife Mrs Ella Gill who had been visiting here for several months left Friday for Winchester where she will make her home with her daughter Mrs White II S Bittinger lost two valu able mares one last week and one week before one from runn lug a snag in her head above the left eye and the other from a broken leg both done we think while playing on the pastures both were in foal one o and the other 9 years old Upper Pricky Ashf Martha daughter of Cole Stone who has had typhoid fever for some time had n relapse last jveek and is very poorly Mis Tolliver Vice is poorly fli malaria Almansa Stone has had severe attack bf quinsy but is some bet rpaw John B Donaldson and wife of White Oak spent last Thursday with Riley Chandler and family Mrs Frances Hamilton went Sunday to visit her son E S Hamilton and family oft Roes Run r V y Case and family of Ow iIigslerSidney Harmon and family Hartnon and Miss Johnson of Fleming county were guests of Almanza Stone and Sunday Mrs B F Shrout visited rela tives at Salt Lick Sunday and Monday R L Stone and wife attended the burial of Chas Reeds little daughter MalmdaGlay at Bethel Monday The Death Angel entered our community last Friday and rob bed it of one of our best citizens John Chandler He had been montltsITHe gradually grew worse and last Thursday Dna Jones and Roy nolds performed an operation and decayingBlo9d Friday about 1 oclock thing was done for him Everyi ing hands of his wife and rela tives could do A large concourse of relatives and friends followed the remains to the Bailey burying ground where he was layed to rest to rest to await the Resurrect ion Morn His wife and relatives have the sympathy of the entire community in their sad bereavement CrooKS Will Nixon visited relatives at Midland Saturday and Sunday Miss Ethel Barnes was in Ow ingsville Saturday George Turley wife and two children of Stepstone visited the family of Jim Parley Sunday j Sam liigstaff who was sent to Lexington a few months ago came home Saturday lookingwelj and has his right B F Parker went Saturday to Ringos Mill to fill an appoint mcnt to Peed peachIcarloads of cattle and one of a ttla and hogs to Cincinnati SaturdayS Johnson wife and little son of Farmers visited relatives here from Thursday until Sun day Frank Quisenberry and wife of Stepstone are visiting Cleveland Shulbs and family Will Steele and wife of Flat Creek visited relatives hero from Friday until Sunday Mrs S V Johnson is on the sick list MidlanddJ D Turley sold to Wilson z Hendnix two hogs for 1520 Wilson Hendrix shipped a carload of hogs to Tuesday of last week preachhisChurch on the first Sunday in Dcernber Odessa Miss Eva Butler is improving from a light attack of typhoid fc erTayborKerns of Nicholas coun y was here last week to see his cousin J B Darnell Miss EfTie Reeves of Fleming county is visiting her grand mother Mrs Anderson Kerns this week Little baby of Mr and Mrs S 15 Hawkins has recovered from spell of scarlet fever A great ninny farmers are dona cribbing corn and some report onefourth of the crop rotten John S Anderson returned last week from a visit to his daughter Mrs J II Jones at Lexington His granddaughter Miss Amu Lee Andoivon who accompanied blip thcrewiiI ro nsome weck yet Ed Garner who went to Ohio sonic weeks ago returned home last week J B Darnell and John D Ar nold who have been seriously ill for the past three weeks remain about the same Mrs J W Dar nell is about the same W T Jones is down with kidney and liver trouble George Stewart better known as Big George is seriously ill with tonsilitis Little George has also been poorly for several days Both are of Indian Creek No items from this place for the past three weeks by reason of the writer keeping batch for that length of time and considers that he did well to get up his meals to say nothing of items Hiilsboro Delayed Mrs Lou Moore and grand daughter of Forge Hill visited Mrs Nellie Selby and family soy oral days last week J F Freeman and wife re turned home Tuesday night from a visit to relatives in Lexington Mrs J B Sclby returned Fri day from a visit to relatives in Marion Ind- Warren Patton of Rowan coun ty visited his sister Mrs John Moreley and family Saturday and Sunday Harvey Rawlings is slowly im proving of typhoid fever MissV Kate Gray of Grange City has charge of his School Russell Shields returned last week to Illinois Albert Shields is reported con valescent of typhoid fever Jas Shepherd made a business trip to Maysville Wednesday Miss Mini Denton visited rela tives in Maysville last week John A Clark arid Elbert Boyd went to Ringos Mill Saturday night to ride the wild and rugged goat of the Junior 0 U A M atfd learn a lesson in patriotism OUIa Delayed Herbert little sOn of John Bar netthas been very sick for soy eral days Misses arah and Iva Riddle of near Odessa were guests of their uncle Alpheus Vice and lam ily Friday of last week Sam Vice and wife visited the formers brother Jos Vice and family of near Fiemingsburg Saturday and Sunday Naaman Saunders and family willgo to Lewis county this week up iiiium their home Leslie Hendrix and wife visit ed the formers mother Mrs Sa rah Hendrix Sunday Rav Kidwell will preach Sun day Nov 24 in the afternoon Misses Winnie Denton and Myrtle Likes are visiting the lat tens sister Mrs Jos Fawns Fleming county IBob Whitton purchased Naa jman Saunders property and will qioye to it soon Miss Carrie Vice is visiting rel atives in Grange City Olympia Little Miss Nell Clayton of Salt Lick is visiting her aunt Miss Clell McGlosson this week John Penix who had been at work in West Virginia about five months is at home on a few days visit LlIoyt Shultz came home Sun day from West Virginia where he had been at work for some Ltime Tonic Griggs who has been in Georgetown for some time came home last week Mrs Mcd Staton is visiting SpringsIMrs Lizzie Shultz were in Owingsville one day last week Misses Lizzie and May Swarts and Mrs Pearl Downs were in Owingsville Saturday Elder W A Williams is not so well Fans McCarty moved to Fleming county Saturday J B Swarts moved to Olympia Saturday WILLING BUT BASHFUL A bashful young couple who were evidently very much in love en tered a crowded street car at Ful ton N Y the other day Do suppose we can squeeze in here he asked looking doubt fully at her blushing face Dont you think dear we had better wait until we get home replyLiZc jeJohnhousekeeping Sunday at the Clell Joylc place on Roes Run Mrs Elisabeth Craig returned to her homo here Sunday after spending several days at the bed or daughterinlaw Mrs Josh Craig near Owingsville Dr B F Wells and wife spent several days the past week with theflluegrass VVilson Otis who lied at his home near Salt Lick was buried Sunday at the Wright graveyard Mrs Ala Warren visited lien cousin Mrs Eulah HorBeman on Minks Run Thursday yiloyt little son of Thomas PurS vIa and wife fell off of a fcnccjj three rails high and iarm z Tlios McGlothin and wife via ited the latter s father George Thompson at Olympia Sunday F F Warren bought an Alder fey milk cow of Joba Clark for 20 Forge Hill Mrs Isaac Manley and little sons of Ewington spent last week with relatives here and in Fleming county Diet Sunday morning Nov 4 at I oclock of membraneous croup Lloyd C the little son of Robert Otis and wife Lloyd was aged 2 years and 4 months He was a bright and beautiful child May the parents be comforted by Christs vordwhen he said Suffer little children to come unto me for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven A large crowd attended the sale at Charles Dawsons Satur day and everything sold well Mr Dawson and family will leave in a few days accompanied b his aunt Mrs Pent Rice to make their home in Coffcy county Kan sac We wish them abundant success in their new home Moores Ferr Corn gathering is all the go Born to Reuben McClain anqjl wife October 30 a boy s U Leslie Atchison has bought a new buggy He says he is go ling to quit taking his family in a jolt wagon eDit Carpenter and wife of Ore Mines spent Sunday with Wm Ingram and wife near here Tom Jones moved Monday to the house he bought of Hollis Gibbs at the forks of Moore s Ferry and Mclntires Ferry turn piles Gibbs bought Jones farm here and will move in a shoil time Your writer attended the bur jab of Wilsori Otis ab the Wright cemetery near Knob Licks Sun day General Bucknor Continued from first page regard to any changes he might in regard to the thrill legislation The only just infer once that can be drawn from this statement is that it was not his purpose to interfere with the main features of the existin- protective tariff He is apparently in earnest pursuit of the nomination in 1908 and seems desirous of placating opposition from all quarters His position resembles that of an itinerant pedagogue in the days of the old field schools in Kentucky He was earnestly seeking a position as teacher in a country cchool where by the timely application of the birch rod in the rear he might urge reluct ant pupils forward in the flowery paths of knowledge But before engaging his services some of the parents thought proper to in quire into his qualifications and amongst other questions he was regardrto tliW OlUl Wi ILVii- On that subject I teaches that it is round or flat just as the pa rents wishes Mr Bryan appears equally com placent He seems willing to teach free trade or protection ei thor or both just as the several members of his audience may de sire The pedagogue did not ob tain the position he sought Wit Mr Bryan be more successful in securing his job I would not willingly do an injustice to Mr Bryan but there is much in his political career that is difficult to comprehend He says much that must be corn mended he doss much that must bo regretted Every one must sympathize the expression of his wishes to maintain the rights of the people but no one can reconcile these expressions with his recent declarations in proclaimedrelection law which rendered it impossible to have fair elections in Kentucky a man who had dis turbed the party in the State by his unfair methods in the Music Hall convention and had tram pled upon the most sacred rights of the citizen as the great de fender of the rights of the peo pie None too will dissent from his charge that the corrupt use of money by railway corporations is a public crime But how can this be reconciled with his con gratulation on the success of a politician who it is believed se cured his nomination by the same methods That in the captains but a cho boric word Which in the soldier is flat bias phemy What he condemned as a crime in the private he commends as a virtue in boss It was the of many Dem ocrats who roved the party for its principles that Mr Bryans extensive travels in foreign coun would cause him to embrace conservative views which might serve to reunilathe party But thbre has been general disappoint mont at the result His govern mont ownership is doubtless very well suited to arbitrary govern jneius which control the will of but is ill adapted to a republic where the people should control the government untram meled by millions of employes whose votes would virtually be cast at the vill of the govern meat that employs and controls them And from Russia it seems he has imported another innova tion that the national eonven tion hitherto considered as the lawgiving power to the party is nothing more than a sort of po litical D uma whose acts maybe modified or annulled at the will of a welfcorstitutcd leader But we arc informed that Mr Bryans survey of the globe is not complete and that during the ensuing year he will continue his observations in the lands yet un visited There he may find other new ideas which he may think should be engrafted on our insti tutions Let us hope that after his cx cursions into darkest Africa and the cannibal islands he will not insist on his return that oar manners and customs should be made to conform to those of the gay and elegant court of Tirabuc too and that roast missionary is the only proper diet for a Demo crat It would be perilous for him to teach this doctrine for its acceptance might put an untime ly end to his own missionary career S B BUCKNER Glen Lily Oct 16 1800 A MATHEMATICAL WOOING Ho Idcred at her soulful eyes t Arid at liar dreamy atti2da- f An vi3peated heartbrokeif sighs Ii the shrine of Her he sued 15 said anything to you That loveO seems I do not care ItTly indeed tis true To contemplS your face so fair I pray you then to be b9 As 10ier as you there is none Say then sweet maid you will bo mine In other words we will be 1 She said she thought they 028 Buthe cried No for Cupids sit Has pierced me Ill at IGuS Unless you bring the hearing draft She blushed and shyly gave con sent And while they marveled each on each She said I knew just what you meant I love your ilgtirStivc speech Y St Louis Republic Aci OLD FEISND A cobred brother in n Southern town had ayery church in the ham Lyimmersionceived irto thafold of a different denomination When ho at last east hb lot vitii the Baptists the announcement was made that tile baptIZflg would take p1ac at 4 oclock the net aftarncdn One old sister in Zion leaned over and whispered to another Bfuider Jacksons done been I oltezi dat do fish in de reek most sholy be right veil acqiiahited wid him 0 fj Judith of the Plains Dy HARm MANNING Author of Lord Ailingham nantrujt c1it 3 br Hue ti Drcticn rTfl SUre no5in Xo Im really too tinstniiis by my fall t w tlk S1u sanlz again to ttie bowlilor ou which she bail been slttlnff To the vronum ot the world Tiulltha ingenuous display of fooling had In Its very Rhioerty a something pitiable How could she strip from her nn cvory toll of reserve anil stand un loved and unasbamwl sanctified ns It wrre tlii very bopplossnosa orbor paPklon How could women make of their vrholo oxlstcnco a iblng to be rc Jested roilcctol Kitty who Bivlns notblns could nit understand Sbe lookeil again at the bronzed face bo sOle JUT co bold In outline so express Ic In defal Yes the ras beautiful anti yet what had Ocr beauty availed her The thought that she herself was the preferred woman throbbed through her for a rmisent with a sense of csal tatloiu The next moment a haunting doubt laid hold of her heart held up mock ingly the little that she mid Ictcr hat livetl through together the lofty planu of frlenilsMii along whldi she bad tried to lead Ids imwllilns feet seilatejy hta protests his frank iunispnirnt lit htr serious pretensions to n career How much fuller mlsit not have been tho Intercourse between him anti this woman who in all probability had been hIs comrade for years And she hat been Idealizing hint anti his love for her anti his loneliness Kitty stood with cyei cast down while Images cromled upon her leaving her cold ami Rmlllnjj But think pleaded Judith If you dont come It will take me longer to seanJi the trail marks You could Bhow mo jtsst where the horses ran Kittys eyis weiv still on the ground She did nut lift them and Judith real Izins that farther appeal was but n waste of tiiiie turned and ran swiftly dovu the trail Ho in her lover said Kitty And nil the wiMorneM before her was no IcneHer tlrno Iivr heart Swift Iutsn1 Juilltb traced Kittys footprints They fjIowcd thn Rumo trail the one sue herceir nail taken earlier In tlto tIny She tracpd them baxk through the phiu wood about a hundred rods and then the trail marks grew confused This was miquestloa ubly the place where Ute horses had taU nu fright circled reared then dashed Iti different directions She traced the other horse whose tracks led u idcr low Jiaiislns bouprhs It would have been a dlUlcult matter for a horse with a rider to clear Anti now the Imprc sion of the liorS s shoes grew fainter iftvai tUg lighter footfalls of a horse at 1- iTd z full gallop All A cry hrolzn front Irr ns she rav ths marks had IPtIIe almost ulltnliiatctl by som thing that hail diiR K3l uouicihiig heavy Tho i JH drawn lines were fiiisos prints where a hand Iiad dr sil in its vain widnav or to Mrasp at Komnthlng A sickening imagii came iierslstvntly Iieforv her ey4 Itrcrs tiptunied fact blood smenrei ant dlsli inil Sli IiHh Sun put her hand to her breast to still the b ratliig of her heart She could licnr flip sound of lioofs fall lug mutted 01 the soft ground and a mans voice sppaklng lu a soothing Riugxang Site listened It was Peters voice reassuring the horse asking hIm what kind of a bag of nerves he was for a vow pouy to Ret frlghtciiril nt aj bear Juilitli stood tall anti straight among tin pines Surely he could not blindly pits tier by He must feel the Joy in her heart that all was well with him he iijfit crme noarer the mans voio iouidiii but intermIttently as he got his Imivu under better control She felt aa If ho miut come to her as Ifjj some over 9w rlng conuciousncss of her presence would speak from her heart to hits but his eyca scannwl the distant troll for a giimpse of Kitty or Kittys horse Jndilh saw that his hea l was hound In Koiiiething whito aol that It bore a red stain but he held himself well In the saddle lie was riot the man to heed a tuaitile lie nr al the horse forward never looking toward tho tree trtuiM his face while anti strained with anxiety ns he scoured the trail for evidences of Kitty The horse with a Uccnw sens than bis toaster slued slightly as he pas ctl the group of pines where Jliiih stool but 1etcrs glance was for the open trail and as sit heard hint canter by so close that he could have touched his stirrup vltii her hand It seemed as if he must hear the boating of her heart Oh bllm eyes nail ears that will not hear and heart iat has forgotten hov to beat Yes go to that pale coid girl You speak one language mid life for you In the wiiy of little Site waited till the last sound of the horses hoofs had died away and till was utill hi the tremulous green of the forest Judiths mind was busy with the Image of their meeting the nina bringing the Joy of his youth to the calm divinity who could feel no thrill of fear in his absence She broke Into the naming gjit and bur rled through the forest to the Daxes CIIAFTCJi XV fTi HE beef herd that hail been the pivotal point of the roundup 8 iiiul bad made flue might v plain a coJio to its stamping and beli lovrlnfT beating tip simooms that choked It with thirst Winded it with dust confounding Itself on every side l y lie very fury of its blind force Lad trailed for 1 week tractable r toys lu the hand of cbildrcii Little laud happened to vary the monotony for tiio row puncher that handled the hpri They Rrszei Riiardcd watered ilglit hcnlcd the cattle day after day nt iit1 after night 1asturagc had been sVcleat if not abundant The crceUs v- luniiin low and slimy with thc vance of aiuiimcr but there had sullleicnt 7ctcr to let the herd driiU flu nt least tiaie n day rue outfit ttto iU sow bcuy h litfilit anti coffee three tutus a und HiiioUed its pipes but vrza n H i shy on yaraii round the caiuplire Tlit yurc outat dont lather none conuuciited the cook to the horse wr1 cer over the srioUo of an earl hug tire Pontpatlicr 111 more titan a cf vdod1 agreed the horse wr T1iats the trohblewlth a pt1 outfit like this Citeht Vsquar kotowing to n XXX boss even Is only acting foreman Simpson the origin of whose coiinpci thou with the XXX rather a eeiis live subject with that outllt hind egqa- to take his datiw as a cattjcnwu withl trial Rorloivness Ho wait untiringilii Ills liborv be spent lung hours Iutia saddle he took his turn at night bcKl lug though he was oiii for this kiid of work lie condemned the niiccpmcn with faul mouthed denunciatIons coff ed at their rouge rights said thesheep iiuestlon should be dealt wlthlu the businesslike manner In rhhhi the In scttlcijHe in short a swaggering bombastic wind bag He talked mi5h of Klrf outfit utah his sncfi Vlmt Was good enougli for Uiem was good enough for Lim he would announce at ineal time lit a sniveling toOt when tie food happened to be particularly bad tic split the temporary outfit brought together for the purpise of handling tho bppf herd into factions He put the XXX In worst repute titan It al ready enjoyed he vaq In fact the discordant spirit of the expedition The men attended to their work sullenly Discord was rife The one thought they shared in common was that of the wages that would come to theta at the end of the drive of the feverish Joy of blowing In In a single night vet chance of forgetting in one long riotous evening the monotony the hardship the lack of comradory that made this particular drive one long to be remembered In the mind of every man who had taken part In It Jieanwhllc the herd trailed Its half utile length to the slaughtering pens day after day nil unconscious of Its power When the steers had tmaileli Ear about a fortnight the Indlng pulllcicnt water for lliem l e tan to be a serious otto The preceding tvlntor had been unusually mowfall 01 the mountains averagingI ss than hi the recollection of the oldi rst i ainsman Summer had begun rariy and raxptl lint and dry The earth began to wrinkle and cracked Into trenches like gaping mouths thirsty for the water that came not Such streams as hind not dried shrank anti crawled among the willows like rllmy things that the herd thirsty thojigii It was from the long drives Isrd to be coaxed to drink fron Piseontent grew The acting fore man who was a XXX mru and a iranipaRitlvn stranger to that part of the ountry refused to consult witi the MB iuare men in the outfit who knew every inch of time ground The lutlntf foreman thought time WetmonjJ turn looked down on him put on dot and to flflrsnt his authority he nrdore1Ii e herd driven due west rkirtiug to the north by the longer route where they would have Lad the advantage of drinking at several creeks before crossing Green river More over the acting foreman was drinking hard nad he Insisted upon his oTueT Jtt spite of the Wctmoro mens protestations The character of the country began to change the soil took on the color of lax even the amUIpresont sasebrtish iicgan to fall the landscape sun bleach ed bones gHstcueil on the red soil hite as ucurs nit the animal trails led bach from the country Into which they wore prccscdiug the sky a vivid cluudle3s blue paled as It dlpjMjd carUji I wan7 thorc was no ssu orilfi la uTI the Ian1 even tin gii1 boppera had left it to the sui t silence oral tIme ilesoation Atmvc l angry buHoxv of time thirsty herd the men fctralned their cars agaIn und again for thLi familiar sound of life but there was notliiug but tiC bellowing of the cattle the trampling of their hoofs and sometime time haag Sijuearng whinny of n horse ns he throw back ills head In seeming demand to know time justice of this thing Across the red plan snaPed tIme herd like n mawy joiiiteil prehIstoric reptile xvnmiirlug over time limitless spaci of some prmehil world A cloud of red tluit Inn over them In a dense haze trailed after them n weary length then nil wai featureless monotony What wore a thousand steers a hand fill of inca anti hoses intliu land ot the red siieiue It had seen the coin ings and goInT of many peoples and once It had llowcd witli streams but that was tctorc the curse of toJ came It and In its harsh lry barren Jt grew to be a menace to living thing The saddle stock had been watered at some fetid alkaI holea that bad scarce given enough to slake their thirst TIle effect of the water had weakened thoja and the steers that bail been without water for thirtysix hours were being pushed on u course slijlitly northwest as rapidly as thd enfeebled condition of the saddle horsed would ptruit reck after creek that they hail made for proved to be but a dry bed TIi start of time red earth under the scourge of the flaming sun tormented time eye of the men Into strange lllu Kion Time naked red plain stretched lint like the colossal background of a Ecrccii over which writhed a hugo dragon cpincd with many horns head less tralMag its tortuous way over time red world Sometimes it was as uu real as a fever haunted dream n drug Inspired nightmare when a Chinese screen perchatice has stood nt time foot of the slespers lied Sometimes the ilmgon curled itself Into a ball and the foreman sung out that they were mill ing mid the men turned and rode away from It theu dushcd bark nt It after getting the usre sary momentum on tore like a flying wedge fought their any Into the rocking sea of surging bodies shouted from their thirst parch ed throats Imprecations that were lost In the dull sullen roar Then the Oragon would uncoil and again trail Its way over the rod waste lands A red sun had begun to set over a red earth and the men who lied been out since noon scouring the country for water returned to say that none had been found and they began to look In to each others faca for the answer tint none culd give At sunaet they made a dry camp There was but enougti water left to cook with Each man received as a thirst quenching ra tion n can of tomatoes After supper they consulted and it was agreed to trail time herd till midnight taking ad vantage of the coolness to hurry them on as fast ns possible to Green river The grave nature of their plight was Indicated by time fact that uo one stsokcd after supper Silent sullen hey eat round waiting for time fore man to give the order to advance He waited fr the moon to conic up Slow ly It rose over the Bad Land hills and hung ronsd and full like a gigantic lan tern Tho watcbbs were arranged for the night with a double guard Every tuna la the outfit was beginning to have a feeling of jjanlc that conimuni rat d Itself to every other man and as they lord at time herd tractable now no louger hilt a blind force that they raiKt take chance with tiirouKi tho long watches of the night while the thirst grew In the hearts parched thrusts they foresaw what would In all probability happen they thought of their women of all that most strongly bound them to life and they sat and waited dumbly The moon that night was too brll llant for benlsous the gaunt red world lay naked and unsliriven for the sin that long ago had brought upon it the wratli of God Sometimes the cattle split and one of them tried to turn back to time last water they bad drunk for cattle though blinded with thirst revdr forget the last stream nt which they have quenched thirst and will turn back to It though they drop on way Uut the men pressed them farther and farther and for yet a little while the cattle yielded At midnight time saddle stock was in capable of moving farther One horse had fallen and lay too weak to rise The others limping anti footsore no longer responded to quirt and rowel The foreman ordered the herd thrown on the beth ground for the night The herders for the first watch began to circle The rest of theoutllt took to Its blanket to snatch a little rest for the double duty that awaited every man that night Xwv it Is n time honored hence among cow tacit that the herd muit be sm3 to particularly when It restiess and tonight thy tried all time old favorites the Cowboys La meat being chief among them But tie herd refused to ho soothed and round antI rouna II clicked not one would It He down The moon gleamed almost jrazen showing the cruel scars the trerij113 torn by cloudbursts the lines wrought lit the bug patient waitIng rtf the earth for tIme lifting of the wrath of God Imperishable grief was vrit on the land cs ou n human face The night wore on time watches changed the herd continued restless not more downIto half past 0 In time morning Slmp ron and another XXX man with two cf the Wetmore outfit made up a double watch and rode singing about the herd as the long dreary watch wore away The cattles lowing had taken on a gasping cracked sound that was more frightful than the mad dened bellow of the early evening Simpson wile was past the age when men live the life of the saddle felt the hardship keenly He had ridden since sunrise but for tim rtfspltc at noon and the scant time at the dry camp while the evening meal was being eaten lie was more than halt asleep now as lie lurched heavily in tin saddle crossing and me crossing his partner In the half circle they completed about hue herd Sud dcnly the sharp yelp of n coyote rang out It seemed to conic from no farther than twenty yards away The cattle heard It too amid a wave of panic swept throng1 them Simpson stilt cited hi his saddle The spund which was repeated was an exact reproduc thou of a coyotes yelp yet he knew that It iras not a coyote Time herd rose to Its feet as a single steer anti for a second stood undeter reined Prom a clnmp of sagebrush not more titan two feet high fluttered something long and white like a sheet It waved In the wind as the cry was repeated Time herd crashed forward In a stampede Simpson In the load on u tired horse but a scant Itngtlj ahead a onrtI75 lS3ii i inuati 8tc6ra Dotting A In a ivniV uf tlilrst and fear 1 II p looscl yclJeA tljqnien W their blanket Hulking for the tern porary rope torrul to secure horses Simpson tallchv colored with fear citIng like n cnt to lila lijrse rind dug the fovds Into the boasts flanks till they wye bloDUy and dripping lie hat seen JSn Ilcxlnoys face above the white cloth as It fluttered In the face of the hnrii Hint came pounding bef ird him with the rumble of nearing thunder He was too close to them to attempt t9 lire his revolver la the air In the hope of turning them but the boys bud evidently gut Into their sad mites ta JtidKC by Use volley of shots that rang oat and were answered Siinpaon alone rode ahead of the herd that tort after Lira rising up the earth as It came bellowing hi Its blind fury Ills horse n thoroughly seasoned cow pony cnlffed the hedlaJu and re sponded to time goading spur She had been hi cattle stampedes before and though every liber ached wIth fatigue she Ilattened pout her lean body and covered ground to thin length of her stride at ertoli gallop Time herd was so rlose that Simpson could smell the f stench of their sweating bodies taste their dut and feel the seorclj of their breath The sound of their hoofs was lic the pounding of a jhtfusand pro A pellers From above IstKed the moon round anti scrcaaShc hal watched the i iiassing of aiany ooples In the land of tin ml silence The horse seemed to be galniiig A few more lengths ahead and Simp son could turn her to one side and let It tvacftt in Itic trtn t theciaddened cattle race to their own destruction All he asked of God was r to escape tlich trampling hoots and though ha gained he dngthe movel and tiled time quirt unmindful of what ho Cld Ou they earner the chorusof their lear swelled like the voice of mighty cataract the pound pound pound of their hoofi rinsing like mighty sledge hammers Sntldenly he felt hImself sinking honlbiy irresistibly Ged yhat ia ire na his horse went dawu irciOi her foro log in agoplier hofe Dp npr you brute Bat tho marcs leg haJ crack ed like n nUwstein la his fury attbc beast Simeon began Ulchl igher then tnrted a the cattle vard Iko jt Mack storai cloud Time niJx second the great seajof catij tie had UfcpSen ovcrhorso and rider Wjcn it hd passed there was net enough left of either to warrant burial or to furnish n feast for tho jwzzarils A few shrcfis of clothes that hpd onc been a man Lir scattcrad ere a Something that had been n horse CUATEII XVI Tl UDA awoke knowing what was to happen She hail dreamed of it just before daylight and lay In both stupoicd by time horror of It living again anti again through each rightful detail It bad happened there In the very roam and baforo the children the noise of it bad startled them and thsa she woke and knew sIte hail been IrcanIrg In the dream the noise hajj wakened the cliiilrcr whelriPrea happened they must never know It wouldnt l e fair to them they needed tt clean start What had ehe done to Iteep them quiet There lund been n thunderous knocking at time door She had expect ed It and was prepared because the tack was feeble she had shoved the old brawn bureau against the door Nothing had happened What a fool she was to He there and think of itt There was the brown bnrcaxr rgainst the wall she could hear the deep breathing of Jim in the room beyond Jim had been unequal to the taskg conventionally going to bed tne nittbefore anti she had put a phtw under lib head and a quilt oVcrlUlm She was the last woman In tlte wold to tonaghimlike the children to see Iihutbat way What was4 it that sb had Gone to quiet the children Vfhtjn they rodof up ije laud done something find they had gone to sleep egrIa hud she and heoIi no it hadnt happened What a fool slit was to Ho here tblntngl There were the children to rouse and dress and breakfast to cook and Jim Jim would be feeling pretty mean this morning hed like a good cup of c coffee She was glad he was alive to make coffee for TO HE CUNTINUEO j TREESPLANTS Our General Catalogue of Fruit and Trees Shrubs Evergreens Grape Vines Rhu barb Asparagus small fruits etc is now ready on application Veemploy no agents but coil direct to the planter H F HILLENMLYE SONir LeXlngtqn tfy CIubbingOi7 Our yearly clubbing offers Daily Cincinnati Times Star s TimesStr and Ohio Farmers2sQIimes Star and Nationai StQCk man 2 50 Thisoffer is for mail subscriptkiijsonr ly R D JOHNSON Agt I