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I t a ir t t iIrr I bc rI 1 I tVJJ 0to SI i vJ f fl pW i f ry J in f tyi r 1 i 4rT1jt qmingiiiiLeI nllaok f VI it I u I 1 VOL XXVIII OWINGSVLLLEKENTUOKYTHURSDAYNOV 22 1906 NO tL tl1i fL I ILt H L Lane louvers ice Watch for Byron Bros Xmas ad later i Look at the remnant counter at Brother Brothers The rains the past week made a big tide in Licking river out Brother Brothers are head quarters for good shoes Our cloaks are up date and will SLESSER LEPictureed paints at J M Brothers drug store W L Douglas 250 300 and 350 shoes at Brother Broth ers A few heaters yet and more coming See our line before buy L Ing E L A T BYRONl Buy Red Lion shoes They wear like iron for men and boys at SLESSERS Ar If you want the Best what and is in a sowing machine see line p at E L A T BYRONS to Wm Manley of near Reynolds vile sold one barn of tobacco at 8c and one at 9ic to A R Rob ertson We show a large line of upto an date cloaks Come in and let us show you what we haveSLESSER Put some of that turkey monfl efin a sewing machine BudN firmer has a large stock at very i reasonblpricesl Highest price Send for prices to ir bring them to Ernest Honaker Owingsville Ky 2t r Rev E Go B Mann Presidin Elder of Lexington preached his quarterly sermon at the M E Church Sunday night the Bud Brother sells Fish UtoH w arid there isntfcny gong inrd t It requires no lIhot air f- lF ylf the Mitchell wagonyou n ave to let the people know tiave tthem do the V j ELAT JJN The Wonder stove t by cBHr wi1fk Il longer and ie J than ollieV stove of Cl lontbemarket j PL RA NSf1l rains the past week were 2iynelpfill to the growing wheat Tve ani J timot 3rn also brOug bacco fe- in enabling the mers iulk down and comtnty y c the longdelayedstrippingc TH0MASWmIEIISMr Bax ter Thomas of Richmond Kyas and Miss Laura Withers of Mt t1I1 Sterling were wedded by Elder B H Ross at the County Clerks Officeaboul two oclock Saturday afteio nlMARRIED Mr manSt and Mrsn Keturah Cluke Chambers both of Mt- a Sterling were married in Cihcin nati Thursday The bride is a VIICCC of the bridegrooms first wifer T INTHEIR LINE We have- everything you want in firstclass liardwarestoyes tinware queens ware and glassware silverware e iarmingimvlements fencin r wagons sewing har ness of all kinds Our prices jight E L A T BYRON a REYNOLDSMcCARTYi Berr r Reynolds a native of Powell V county aged 34 and Miss Lucy McCarty aged 18 daughter of Mrs Susan McCarty were licen I Theyc55the bridegrooms second marrj age r FARMERS ATTENTION Th t Farmers Institute will meet at thecGourtTiouse on Monday and r Tuwiclair Nov 26 and 27 under VS- thelsupervision of the Commis l4VsionfAriculture The Corn 4 the ser vfces of three or four practical VW Y lecturers who will be on hand PibV Farmers should avail themselves k ofjhis opportunity and come out VSATcrnsoNAMEsJames H Atchison a merchant and Mrs i5 George Ann Ames both residing 4VS at Salt Lick were married at tr that town Sunday evening It c is the fifth marriagefor the bride 4pV whose maiden name was Gault t andshe resided manyyeatpat Sta r of 1i 5 Oo1es Ferryand was married 1 S 4 nee Ch J iQBPR1NTINGRememberthat 1A1c c erhead noteheads labelsIJYf f4 heads envelopes cards re kJVinvitations and all sorts t t 1usness stationery on the best l 1 i t in tasteful style at the r 5 f 1ro4 ible prices Compare our 1 withthat turiied utbytn 3ffficeand Jf b you WIll find It oJ J t advantage to have ust C or1 li ork t iIi Ii 1Is frhit posters dodgerS T it t1 s h ets andeverythmgusuall y 1 1 fut byacountryJ9boffice 1lz z on hand and foi t f t r iantityblank deeds ilt 061 ibilleases andQther 1it 1- TVLVt i Il l r i 1 t t r 1 Jto 14 iiJo4 ZL4 Ir 7 JiSVt t J 7itI t lr t Joi t Yt s tp r Jffi 1 S 0 t r p I PERSONAL Horace Lane returned last week from a trip to Cincinnati Dr W 0 Mclntire of Carlisle joined his wife here Sundayw Dr J H Taulbee is able to be again after a sick spell Mrs Kelly Richards has been sick with a deep cold for some daysE C Fritz representing the Herald was in town cdr esday of last week ice Mrs Chas Faris of Ashland Tri SIbouRoyse Allen and wife of Mil the lersburjr came last week to visit Mrs Lou Hughes and family Mrs Alice Perry of lit Ster hjweekRay Patterson Wm Hodgkins Reuben Lyle of Winchester came up Wednesday of last week hunt some days with Chris GarnerMrs Lizzie Atkinson and Miss Ella Hushes of southwest ofw town last week from m extended visit at Paris Miltlersburg and Lexington of Robert Nixons son Wat took seriously sick with a supposed case of appendicitis Monday and ycbKevs J M Fuqua of Nicho tasville and C L Bohon of Georgetown came up last week hunt partridges som days and were guests of H C Gudgell and wifeJo Sheehan was able with assistance to sit up some the pasti week the first since he was first Monday in August Bell at Carlisle is able to about The Estate Oak heater at By rons hardware for H C Gudgell lost a 150 saddle mare by pneumonia last Monday nighttWe are closing out son ancy lines of silks at bargain in 3 Sir RIA few Mitchell wp jet on 1 a1 lwillVre l ifl9i1fl f injmrBYRON pnos James W Emmons s1 thiw 300lb hogseach to ThdN ya D Dickeh and Oscar Dandier Dec 1 delivery at 6c hLeadand White sewingma L are the leaders in respective lines Bud Brother t TheNational Fox Hunters As CChuntsng Reynard around Bardstown ast week The Fish Bros wagon carries larger load and runs lighter of than any wagon offered to the trade Look to your interest and buy one from Bud Brother LOST =Between wingsville and Sugar Grove schoolhouse Monday morning a greenish leather bag with pocketbook inside Cn eSCox NOT PARDONEDWm F Mark writes that Cal Cox knows nothing of being pardoned and is J still in prison The report of Cox being pardoned was generally spread here and was presumed to be true ITIRE AT YALEFire at Yale this county Sunday night destroy ed the big store of the lumber company valued at 15000 and I also the residences of Jack Utter jJtCOLD WAVE ILEDA heavy 1ram fell Monday and Monday arid Tuesday morning was bright and warm thus making- monkeys of Uncle Sams weather forecasters who had billeda cold wave for Monday with a temper ature below freezing MT STERLING COURT There were some 5000 cattle on the market at Mt Sterling Monday Prices were not materially chang ed Tipton and Atchison eight yearling steers at 3Jc eight 2yearolds at 365r John L Vice sold fourteen 2yearolds at36UFletcher Crouch sold four yearlings atSc Almanza Stone sold ten yearlings at 290 four 2yearolds at3c OLD TIME FIDDLINGThe Fiddlers contest at the house Saturday night for the benefit of Grant Tipton was participated in by 8 There stwas a house and it would have been larger but for the rainy weather Grant clear Thompsondowon four prizes Miss Elva Hart two and the balance were f equally distributed among contestants Uncle Wash Kar- de rick played and sang Old Dan enjoymentIts kt 0 m BAD OPENING DAyThe six weeks season for shooting game opened last Thursday with a thin covering of snow on the ground and temperature just above free A light snowfall contin nearly all day The wind was rather keen But the gunners ago had their hearts set on a foray among the partridges and the rabbits and go they would They repented later with sufficient cause The first dash out of the of box they individually and collectively got wet from the thighs down and tramped around with water sloshing in their footwear It was owing to the damp clinging to the superabund of crop of weeds that covers ton farms this year There was Mused a great deal of language more vigorous than elegant and many a deadgame sport dogged of his cats if he didnt wish he stayed at home They strag in between noon and bed the chilled wet muddy leg weary and woebegone swearing- to never go huntinguntil the next No excessive The were madeWFriday was a bright pleasant day and many of the sportsmen out with more enjoyment Mr better luck was The rain Saturday put a stop the on the part er the disenthralled school boy MARRIED TWICE ON SAME AY On last Thursday morning Missco Irene Barnes not quite fourteen old started from the home ell her father James W Barnes reaUyKihadried her dress shoes hidden aboutI her person She met her lover Moore and came with icured WoRoss who married them IIUhe meantime the elopement was discovered by the parents of the girl and the father telephonedc through the old theSheriff Ratliff to intercept theand arrest the elopers The cou town while Jrbridalneighbor of home and the arthOr brought them K arsday night secured iw r license and had Elder Ross remarry thorn The par VapAiOfl5 w re due to the m lr gto1tUtni tigm ill4room is a SolD of JeJ Moore livihg near Flat Creek e PROMOTED H M Swetnam for been appoipted chief clerk in the railway mail service of the district to succeed James L Burt who died about a the month ago The appointment was announced by Charles Hager superintendent of the Fifth divis of the railway mail serviceat yesterday Mr Swet nam probably will assume the duties of his new office Monday morning H M Swetnam has been one the chief clerks at Cincinnati for some time He is about forty five years of age andIS unmar nedHe is well known among the railway clerks running out Louisville having run between be Cincinnati and Chattanooga on on the Cincinnati Southern for years before being assign 0natiingtonCourierJournalNov17 Mr Swetnam is a son of John Swetnam who died on White Oak Creek and a brother of Mrs Laura Kash of Slate Valley and Robert Swetnam of near Rey noldsville LETTER FROM SHERIDAN IN DIANAOUTLOOK I write to let my friends in Kentucky know am well and doing well I left SpringHill Fleming county Ky at 2 a m on November 31905 and reached here the following day at 8 a m h a perfect stranger I was welcomed by the good people here I have met several Kentuckians since I came Rev W D Bart h of this place attended l Bible College Lexington with Elder R Tibbs Maxey formerly of Stepstone 94 95 I also met one of Elder Robt M Campbells classmates at Betha ny College W Va Mr Frank Davis who sends his regards to Elder Campbell The weather has been fine here fallinglabundance of fruit The wheat crop this year broke the record How would you like to see ten acres of land all in big red toma 1toes They were brought through town to the canning factory at Indianapolis 1Iget TilE OUTLOOK every Fri read it and send it on to my sister Mrs Day who is in Hoopes ton Ill I feel like I was at home when I get the dear old OUTLOOk I see there have been changes in the past year I tend to go to Illinois in February although I like this State better every day Kentucky is a dear old State but I would rather walk heon level ground than climb those yoursMARY Step in and look at our coats and rain coats SLESSEB sI 1oti 1010 rMBourneagetlsixtyeightyears died in this city last evening at 7 oclock after an illness of several months He was a native of Montgomery county Ky and came to Louisville twenty years lie was a civil engineer by profession and was at Various times engaged in this work indifferent parts of the State Atone time he was City Engineer I the city of Springfield Ill He served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War serving in the Fifth Kentucky infan Bwasthe widow of Henry TStan She died many years ago Bourne leaves no children = EdgarDTaylorsville Mrs Henry L Stone of this city is a sister The remains be interred in family lot at Lexington Saturdays Louisville Post MISCELLANEOUS Snow E R promiscuous shower given afternoon by Miss E Gatewood to Miss Clara Bascom who is to be married to Rezin Owings November 21 one of the most beautiful en tertainments given in Montgom for some time Sicountrywith a profusion of mis and large yellow chrysan them urns and presented an en BInwas Miss Bascpm and Katherine Poyntz and Owings Two lovely young girls Misses Louise and Mary Crawford Lloyd = eggnog in the library and guests from a handsome lov cup drank to thd hfealth of happy young bridetobe A delicious luncheon of sub stantials was served in the dining room from a table decor ted with mistletoe and chrysanthemums and afterwards Misses Lloyd served coffee in parlor About seventyfive guests en Miss GatewQbds hospital and the guest Of honor was recipient of many elegant and = useful bChandsomeIErench lawn while MissBi om- we as rn ns a picture n a srriHrv j iorV t iyne ivitStHnTtix J KTr rat v n KENTUCKY AT JAMESTOWN With the purpose of pr ding a the proper representation ofa State at Jamestown Exposir tion to be held ih April 26 to November 30 1907 Kentucky Jamestown Exposi tion Commission has been organized and incorporated Head quarters have been in the Commercial Building Louisville and a campaign of exploitation has commenced It is theiriten tion of the Commission to make to the representation typical of the entire State and a replica of the Fort of Boonesboro has been agreed upon as the Kentucky Building Funds for the erection of collectionCraised by popular subscription and the sum of 40000 will be required n for the purpose Commission is composed the following J Stoddard Louisville John B Atkinson Vice President and Director of Finance Charles E Director of fcolmof 3JamesDirector of Exhibits of Manufacturers Honorary Commissioners Hubert Vreeland FrankfortDirf ector of Ag1 cultural Exhibits J H Fuqua Frankfort Director of Educational Exhibits Charles J Norwood Lexington Director of Mineral IExhibits William Lindsey Frank of Historical hi bIts Logan C Murray Louisville is the Treasurer and C C Ous ey Secretary The latter is in charge of the Commissions headquarters Seldom has a movement in which the entire State is interested started more auspiciously The Commission is the outgrowthof action taken at the Fifth State Development Convention held Winchester October 10 to 12 was then declared that the big fair to be held in Norfolk Va presents an exceptionalopportun products known to the populous eastern section of the United States and to foreign countries The excellent showing made by Kentucky at the Worlds Fair in St Louis is still the memories of Kentuckians and the benefit of beingfelt3 goes on inDirect requests for contribu to the fund will be made of all financial institutions manu facturing plants lumber and min ing companies mercantile houses aridsimilar enterprises throughout the State The various commercial organizations of Kentucky will be asked to canvasser their respective comunities for subscriptions The time for the tlt H 1 i 0 POCKET Is FILLING UPI am getting in a large stock of Fall and Winter Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps Underwear Overcoats Mackintosh Cravcnetts Rain Coats Rubber Boots Shoes Notions Furnishings Goods want a share of your trade and will give you GOOD VALUE for every cent you spend Good values are always cheap Respectfully Front in The Pocket Owingsville Ky M L Jones at Odessa Ky Will begin a days cash sale Nov 10 1906 ACalico yd 4c Calico 4c Jersey Knee Pants Suits 1 Boys Knee Pts Sts all wool 125 Boys Overcoats 150 up to 4 Boys Winter Caps 10 15c 85c Hats reduced to 50c JAMES GILLON CASH SALE PRICES TELL THE STORY suit Everything else at lowest possible pr- iceCDOTIzrGAT COST AT THE RACKET All our clothing will be sold cost fpr the next days including and boys odd andovercoats this opportunity to get a good winter suit fora sniall outlay cash Bring in your eggs and get the cash VJiRMAXEV oflbUilding o ix S w = i o bscription bo atc no oWn Any one wmakenntribution should i ot wait for personal solicitatu i but may end check money der or curTto Loir in Cr M Treasurer American National Bank Louisville SUNFLOWER PHILOS 0 P H Y The fool of the family nearly al ways runs it A rabbits hide isnt worth two cents on the market but it is Worth more than a milliop dollars hWhen hfewman will drain it to the last dregs eYoudgossips If it wasnt for them wed all be tempted to be a little 2Whenversation with Im going to tell e you something for your own good nerve yourself to hear something disagreeable A LONG ROOTA Irishman one jaw very much swollen a tooth that he wished to pulled entered the office of Washington dentist When the suffering Celt was put into the chair and saw the w gleaming forceps approaching his he positively refused to open his mouth Being a man of resource the dentist quietly in 4 structed his assistant to push a pin into the patients leg so that when the Irishman opened his w mouth to yell the dentist could get at the refactory molar n When all was over the dentist smilingly asked It didnt hurt as much as you expected did it no reluctantly admit ed the patient But he added e as he ran his hand over the place into which the assistant had inserted s the pin little did I think them roots wint that far down tSuccess FEMININE PHiLOSOPHYA girl who has to make up is twofaced A though for the month Do not weep because the weather does The man who can successfully interpret a blush has not been found It is not uncommon these days to find a woman who is not of the weaker sex You cant convince a woman that a story isnt true if she lieves it ought to be Many women extract most of their comfort from robbing other persons of theirs It jcl easy enough to get mar riedese days but somehow it ms hard to stay married f ne girls consider themselves If y accomplished if they can mIf good potato salad the man who is disappointed in Ie the cares of life are al a preceded by a dont t I F 20 50 Mens AllWool Suits 4Mens Overcoats 2 to 10 Mens HeavyUnderwear suit 50c Ladies Underwear 50c Ladies Yarn Mittens pr lOc Childrens Yarn Mittens pr lOc at 30 mens suits pants of direct be u A good farm wagon will last a ife time To get a good one buy one that has been made long nough to have timber three years Idiait The Fish Bros is what i1YUOlltRoscoe C Hall Exr c vs J Hendrix c By virtue ofa judgment and order of salerendered in the Bath- Circuit Court at the February term 1906 in the above styled case the undersigned Master Commissioner will on Monday December 10 1906 about 1 oclock p m sell to the bidder at public auction the Courthousq door in Ow- ngsville a of land ly in Bath county Ky on the waters of Flat Creek and bound as follows Beginning at a set stQneat A- inM T Hendrixs line and corner with W E DarneD thence s w 91 poles at a stone atliB with Darnell thence s 87 38 poles to a stone at C in Darnells line and corner to Theo Hendrix thence s 1210 e 5939 poles to a stone atliD corner with said Hendrix thence s 4 w 4388 poles to a stone at E corner with same in Robert Bai leys line thence s 82 w 3016Ipoles to a stone at F wjth James Hendrix thence 11 2 poles to a stake at G corner with same thence n 42 w 125 poles to a stake at H corner with same thence s 415 w poles to a stake at I in Jas Hendrixs line corner to George and Abe Hendrix thence n 4i 3470 poles to a stake in drain at K corner with same thence 48 w 4 poles to a fence post at ilL corner with same and F Hendrix thence n 4924 e 9824 poles to honey locust at M corner with Frank Hendrix in Mose Hendrixs line thence s 38 1763 poles to a stake at N corner with Mose Hendrix thence 96i e 3279 poles to the begin ningcontaining 115 acres 3 roods and 27 poles or enough thereof to produce the sum of 303348 the amount of money ordered to be made by said judgment that being the aggregate amount of the debts of the following named persons towit Roscoe C Hall as Exr of J H Hall Silas Cor bin Silas Corbin as Administrator of R J Palmer and Cappell Colliver including interest to day of sale and the costs Terms Sale will be made upon a credit of six months for one half and twelve months for the other half of the purchase price The purchaser will be required to execute bonds with approved se curity payable to the Commis sioner bearing 6 per cent inter est per annum from date of sale until paid A lien will be retained upon the property sold to secure the payment of the purchase priceSH GOODPASTE- RMaster Com B C C W S Gudgell and J J Nesbitt Attorneys S 7 VV 7 i t 1 BUGGY ROBES L ATDVHORSE BLANICEW tJ I have a special low price on Buggy Robes and H rffe jiftfi W i ifor this month Come and see the largest line of BuggyRobeV v V jand the lowdst prices EUCENE ffilNIHAN SVV SVVV VT 1 FUBHITIRE AND UNDERT4KING We Edward L Barnes of Owingsvilfe arid Wm R Peter JK lately of Bethel have associated ourselv to engage in the furni ture and undertaking business in Owingsvillo and tepectfit so eqmpetitorntSeeprinciples of the art All galls met promptly day or night BARNES PETERS RACKET STORE I For CashVVJSVS iCNew goods arriving every day Comforts each 1 and SOc LdsDrssSkits 3502150125 Ldies Petticoats 75c Gowns 50c Saxony Ynrn skein 9c Shetland I Iota Be Outings d 9 8i The 5c Flannellet y lOc Apron Ghiam yd 6 5c Dress Ging 1yd lOc Bed Tickir 15c Calico i 5k5e Mens Unde4wear Suits 99 SOc Boys roc Ladkf rhih SUits482c Chdrt4 c5e t rvVP j i t Brother Brother haye received new fall shoes Jim and Maje Farrow both colored were in the United States Court at KyI last week of the charge of selling liquor without license f Insure your in Fire Insurance Co of N Y First to pay and first to finish Balt imore and San All claims paid in full Asssets 17I 000000- S M PARCELL Agt STOLEN Dark brown mars heavy set 14 or 15 hands blemish below right hind hock scar on left fore scar from har ness on right side of back 35 reward for her recovery B THOMAS R F D No3 Mt Sterling Ky 2t Our General ci Fruit and Tree SHrubs r Grape mos Rhu barb small fruits i direct to the plrraer H SONS Le Vtr tftoir Ky r v in The Pocket ly Mens LeatherBoots 250 2iO 325 190VrV425 irlAn rns Clothes Pins Diamond Axle Wood Rim Sieves t VV Butter MoIdV Stand with SlMtl VV Butter P ddlV 1 Blankets pr 55lii00 tfVDltV 444 Str1 r Pails 7 1 lr CASH SD roii i I mw Thompson acquitted Richmond INSURANCE property Continental PLANTS VINES Catalogu Ornamental Asparagus VSD1JLLEVKy I- Owlflgsvil Underbuy Undersell M1in33t IlflhtpSh53101V250 4dozenfor1r Cobblers GranitefferLV flAs jioas R SuthssotoE 4 FOR VIRCINIA l Screened Lump and PlAitp ROSE RUN IRON CO OLYMPiA KENTUCKY ACQUITTED payingat J TREES Evergreens applicationWe F HILLENMEYER ft FIBoys 1COALI Ji J FARM FOR SALE Fifty acres 2J miles south of Sharpsburg on public road near church and schoolhouse on rural deliveryV and telephone line good house and tobacco barn will hold eight acres of t bacconeyerfailng 4water good fJ ings Lard A No 1 and nutetly in grass Teftns to suit Inquire j at this officer 1 2FACwoL I1- Prescription Druggist jr ccriey JNotions Fresh Confectioneries Fresh Vegetables Goods Delivered prom OWINGSVILIE Telephone No 8 ptlyJ Clubbing Offer 4StarOhio Farmer25o 1jrnegV Star and National Stock man 250 This offer is for mail subscriptions on lyVVR D JOHNSON NewsAy r 4 t t 44 t t 1 JW mmmi OUTLOOK rI t OUTLOOK PUB CO Pubtthsi11- OWDiQSVILLB KENTUCKY 9 j The Honor of the Uniform 3S On several occasions soldiers and sailors of the United States have bonn excluded from public places for no- Pe other apparent reason than that they were in uniform In several cases the war department or the navy departS tnent has come to the support of tho Ioffended soldier or sailor In one stance a warrant officer could not gel a accommodations in a hotel Tfea sec retary of the navy took the matter up- and the faotclkeeper was censured A more recent case is that of a sailor tot whom was refused admittance to place of amusement solely on account of being In the uniform of the United States navy He brought suit ugalnst the proprietor Rear Admiral I Thomas encouraged the suit and the president approved It in a published i letter The president said that he wished to make It plain that the uni form of the United States Is to be respected and that the wearing of It Is X a presumption In favor of the character of the wearer The president also suggested the other side of the mattci when he said If a man misbehaves then no matter what uniform ht 5Twears he should be dealt with accord ingly There Is a duty upon every citizen to respect the uniform says the I Youths Companion and there Is also LI a duty on every man In the service tc maintain the dglnlty of the service II may happen that In towns frequented i by sailors or soldiers the act of some Tii man in uniform disgraces his suit of t honor The next man who appear I it wearing the same sign of honor sufteri for the sin of his fellow The presi dent is surely right in saying that our I I enlisted men are a fine class and that entitledj4 t t t sponslbllity on every one in the serv f Jr ice to behave as becomes a man for his own sake and for the sake of the sign he bears The Case of Benga j Considerable disparity of opinion has S 0 resulted from the presence of an Afrl fcan bushman pygmy boy in a large cage provided for monkeys In the S toBronx Zoo New York The little Aft can whose name is Oto Benga visited I the St Louis fair and liking the coun try came back with Dr Verner a trav eler When he arrived there was dlfb Acuity about providing lodging for him Benga was too wild for hotel life even r at the Astoria and not being used to Iq clvlllratlon required attentive guar- II dlanshlp Finding that wild creatures t are made comfortable in the zoo Dr Verner saw Director Hornaday whe said he would take care of Benga ane kayo him quarters at the zoo Beng V was happy there but the Colored Bap f W tilt Ministers conference took thti- t view that Ben a was giving a degrad lag exhibition of a human being in a ge with apes and appointed a com tI 1ttee to do something about itS a 4 il 8og who speaks the Hottentot Ian tiJ r iKpg was thntaken out of the cage it Jsays the fifBjSranclBCo Argonaut and L 4 gone tp North Carolina wherij tv iit Pr Verner will sen6 him to school 44qual1fy him t4klIe e1JlO mpresHveljftfian now 6w Unmeasur ribly far apsyt Is the lowest grade ot theblghtltiir v War and social Economy War tatpenses In Europe absorb one I rl1alf of ail the wealth created by pro l ductlvo labor In the comparatively toaignlficaHt war of England with the V6 Boers England lost 22460 men end spent 1400000000 Three hundredSa and fifty thousaadmenJ drawn by her from productive Industry t J Jo engage in the destruction ot war t pt j Military expenditures in the United States during the last eight years have absorbed 1500000000 more than 1 enough to pay the national debt and I i dlg te Panama canal War then is p attmlngly expensive Unless indis pea able as a means of preserving na UOJM integrity says the International e Journal of Ethics the outlay is likely pteaceed the Income But waras a rule fe not Indispensable As a ruleS itsjuvses are trivial Its object t WHially commercial it Is waged rot SS feariwts War therefore Is a phase I i4 of Industrial competition or It is rather 4 industrial competition writ large 4 a Armies and navies are the effective in vBtruHiepts for opening doors to bus V sreaterprfse Their employment I however is the superlative example of 1 social waste The question ot their t increase or enlargement is a question I i of social economy f The Russian government has issued J tQ5 a ukase prescribing that the peasants 0 j are BOW free to choose thuir places of 7 residence It Is probable however a 1q that peasants who attempt to choose places of residence which do pot hap I pen to be approved of by the govern tS Yaent will get into serious trouble A Wlnona Mimi hunter shot a r girl dead mistaking her fora wood a chuck Isnt it about tune to insist JF j upon examination ot every man who I applies for a license to hunt to make t 1 Vsure that he knows eAough not to t I stake a Jersey cow fer a chipmunk t t tJ 4f t A girl In Massachusetts was re t fused admission to an educational 0 1 i 4 establishment of high standing in the i i state oa account of ter great wealth ioweyerthere are other colleges In a 4rt ri + the country where great wealth is re o carded as something of a merit on the part of its possessor r JJaaker Pox of Mlddleport 01 b SJ his depositors about 15 cents on t dollar when he skipped He probably i 1wlsbed to avoid all danger of being 0 considered greedyrr J It Mrs S ehas given UOOO to a 1 ch fChIt lathe first bequest she has wasIto i L4y pass it out moroTapIdly than this if she expects to get rid of all of it before t l5bD ske dies I 41 l LrdAberdare has shown his son The youngster found 77 Iff the stage door for himself 1 tl jl 11 i tSubmarines are all right In their seems to be a glaze ease f ILskow wiadow iT t 1A rv = It f aor 1t tit t Jlrl ei IJ IJIi 11 r3t J h 1 r r a W r F rr rlrW5ah ltfi Lavender Creightonst By OLIVIA B STROHM CcpjrUhl iso bTOllrU s StrohmX CHAPTER XXVI CONTINUKD His words and manner coming so soon after Lavenders confession letI in a flood of light on Wlnslows brain This then was tho somebody elleIBecause of thli man with his cruelI smile and reckless debonair manner she had no right to love him No right to love himWinslow to whom the day was more splendid the night more blest because with tiiem came thought and dreams of her The suddon suspicion made him stagger for a moment and as if toIadd fuel to his pentup rage tho Span lard commented further with a side long look In his direction It Is of course a great joy that you are safe even under the circumstances but well the only trouble IB that our friend the schoolmaster here appears to think the end justifies the means and naturally an Indignant brother would not agree with him With fury which Jealousy alone could have kindled in him to so white a heat Winslow turned to the crowd and called In a loud voice One mo ment let mo have your attention of the party had dismounted and now stood In groups Idly amused and only slightly Interested in the proceedings The girl they had come in search of was safethey were ready to go homewhy this delay Nevertheless they all paid strict attention to Winslow who turned to them with blazing eloquent eyes Friends In behalf of this young lady and of my own honorwhich is almost as dearI want to tell you how I found her and why I presumed to start on the search Dont you remember that I said I might go but If so It would were murmurs of assent and the burly Tobias Judson who had urged Winslow to start with them from the tavern came goodnaturedly forward Thet you did Pardner and of we hadnt a ben so dd smart wed aknown ye was goln just so sir thank you I received a hint which was left me by my servant with one whom I am not at liberty to mention As man to man I assure you that I went forth grop- Ing except for that slight clew It led me to the hut a temporary shelter of a friend of Owatogas One with whom she had been sate one of whom you have all heard Ask Dan leI Boone to tell Miss Crelghtons story Ask him whether or not the school master Is a gentleman The name of Boone acted like magic and the popular tide was at once turned in the speakers favor It was known that the pioneer was even then on a sojourn in his beloved wilderness What more natural than that things had happened as the schoolmaster had said Besides it was a matter easily proven and of this constituting him self Winslows champion Tobias reminded the croWa We all know Dan Boone and we lA know charlie Wins low Taint mUh of a risk to trust a woman wltik either of emehboys 1 t7IU liaYttIrn1l1U Come on three cheers for the schoolmasterThere chem for Lavender too while she gave her hand to some of the least bashful a word ot thanks to all and smiling stood alone in the cen ter of the road waving adieux until the party were out of sight CHAPTEItXXVH Together silent li darkness and without a fire Daniel Boone and Owe toga sat listening conscious of danger alert but unafraid Their hid ingplace was sheltered but no spot was proof against the brand or bul let and the Indians were on the track Owatoga had reconnoitered am in the early dusk himself undiscov eredhad come upon a group of them In secret council They knew this was the right trailthey would follow it with all cunning and persistence they would not abandon the quarry now almost lured Daniel Boone received the news i a silence finally he glanced up from his carving to say Daniel Boone has tired them out before he can do it again We are together this time Owatoga ws can stand It as long as they can He resumed his work and quie reigned One by one the stars came out until across the zenith shone long arcs of light forming a bridge above their heads with the giant pines for pillars On a sudden the quiet was broke the sounds were faint at first then louder and louder until to their ears was plainly borne the noise of men in fight The crack of the tumult of voices all the Indis tinguishable sounds which in their very vagueness carry so much o sinister Import Doone and the Indian stood erect openInglnnot a WOrd Neither was given to speech both knew howto walt The din suddenlyaof men in retreat which distaste quickly stifled then all was still But the quiet was brief Again voices were heard but this time ther was no clamor no note of alarm Only muttered sounds and scraps of disjointed talk The speakers drew nearer to where tho watchers peere into the dark At last a white some thing fluttered in the trees and cheery halloos sounded A truce and slowly Boones rifle a familiar voice reached Owa togas ears a tone which awakened sponse in the stoical breast and hi OwatogaIThere were shouts of greeting and torches waved above the heads of a band of men who came slowly forward Jackass in Dartmouth BalL When Dartmouth hall was burned at Hanover the Dartmouth graduates In dulged in many reminiscences of the old building and especially of the weekly oratorical exercises which were held in the auditorium I shill Tjever forget how the presl 4ent turned a trick on ns and made us ridiculous said an alumnus Samuel C Bartlett was president at the time and we thought it would ba a very funny stunt to tie a little t f A 1p a5 Jt tsii S1 T i i a search party of tho villagers led by Winslow In their midst they carried a litter whereon lay a man face downward as It to hide from even the pitying of the stars Two or three oth limped along groaning between companions Confusion fol lowed and in the excitement jne fact alone was clear Tho relief party with Rev Luke at Its head had come without warning upon the besiegers and routed them after a sharp fight To each man In his version of the fray Boone lent ears willing yet tingling with discontent that ho could know cf It but as a tale rehearsed I thank you all from the bottom of thisold heart he said My heart which leaps yet at thought of this nights danger Tie the worst of old age that we must let others do for us that others must risk their lives for ours aun that are not worth the trou ble ho ended bitterly He moved to the litter that hall been placed near a newbuilt fire The suf ferers head was swathed in a rude bandage but as Boone approached tho eyes opened eyes large glittering and dark as the night which for them no more could star nor fire make bright One of those who bent above him rose and said aside to Boono Jli haint long to linger He was shot by one o the red spawn o hell and Its odds ef he rallies enough to curse the bullet that put him there Boone bent over the pallet until his white hair swept the raven locks of him who lay there You came to save me he whispered and yet you He here God forgive me- A tear dropped upon the lying mans cheek warming it and sending through his frame a renewed thrill I want to ltveto livefor her he gasped Tell them to take me back I must not die away from her He choked for a moment then Send the holy man the priest Boone beckoned to Rev Luke who came to the side of the litter Gonzaga murmured I want to go back I cant die hero there are too many trees and he moved his head uneasily from side to side My roul could not find the way out Then stretching out his band feebly Take me back to her I cant die here alone The preacher could find no words for this man whose ebbing life held but one wish and who wanted nothing beyond We will take you soon my poor friend but wait you are too weak rest here Gonzaga retorted huskily weakly but with a touch of his old defiance Rest Yes rest forever with no word nor look to carry to my grave I ITS ODDS EF HE RALLIES ENOUGH TO CURSE THE BULLET THET PUT xSn u must have both I tell you both word and lookfrom her His voice rose to a shrill wall at the last words In vain the preacher tried to calm him arguing that they would go he was stronger when he could more safely travel The sick man would not listen Its your fault that I am here you would not let me kill him and he glanced about as if looking for some one You led me into this tonight In stead Now make amends to me bring me 1jack take me home to her Winslow from his stand In shadow heard thq last words But he checked IIthe impulse to go nearer to look dow strength upon that weakness would be unmanly Whatever his motives it would only seem mockery to the prostrate rival But aside to the others he urged im mediate return No less he said to gratify the whim of a dying man than because there was danger in delay The Indians might at any moment spring upon them reenforced Boone an4 Rev Balllnger concurred in this but it was not easy to con wince the rest Already the tired men were disposed some asleep by the Itfire others chatting over a friendly an settled for the night wit the carefree enjoyment only such could know But the Scriptural elo- Quence of the preacher added to Wins lows personal popularity and the strong Influence oLBoone prevailed and with the first hint of daylight the party set forth- In the primitive wagon with its sides screened by flapping curtains of deerskin which had been left where Ifthe trail entered the woods they placed the wounded Gonzaga And Daniel Boone trudged along with the rest grateful for his rescue but sad and silent drinking of the bitter cup which ago holds to every Upthe- draught of helpless dependence upon the unconscious condescension of youth CHAPTER XXVIIT At the spinning wheel just within- e the door of the tavern sat Belle the octoroon humming an old song as her foot rose and fell in time to the treadled There was a step upon the path and soft skirts brushed the shrubbery but Intent upon the flax which her det fingers guided from distaff to flyer the spinner heard nothing until a voice at her side called Good afternoon Belle it is a pity to interrupt you to see you improve each shining hours The woman jumped with alacrity to greet Lavender and bringing a chair said Im honored sure enough Miss Creighton and the wheel can wait Gracefully dropping to the seat Lavender placed a large basket on jackass to his desk on the platform We all gathered in the auditorium with suspicious promptness anil watched eagerly as the president made his way to the platform When he reached the desk he saw the little jackass which brayed loudly at his approach The students shouted in gleeThe president looked at the ant mal and then at the students who were roaring with laughter Then stepping to the front of the platform he said Will the brother of this ani t i J ij1 fySf jjfO INai jItio grour P4 waved her big nat across hi rosy from brow to chin wit nidday heat It was tjrzrm on tho roud but how cool and if under this twIlls She picked t jlossom of the cucum her vine that grew above and thq stir of leaves brought a feathery shower about hr all fragrant green and white Yesm Its real nice Mr Winslow fixed tho vines sos It wtmlfi bo shadyIt was good of him to take tho trouble Then looking directly Into the octoroons eyes Lavender went on It was about Mr Winslow that I wanted to speak to you today The quick smile the evident plea uro in her listeners every feature was reward enough for tho condescension About him About Mr Winslow Yes I had to come to town today to do some trading aatt I wanted to see you too I am anxious to know If Mr Winslow and Senor Gonzaga wont on the roller expedition In aid of Col Boone Tho octoroon said yes and remained silentNothing more was saM for a mo mont Lavender was having a flerco battle with her 4ride Should she ask questions of this woman Should she reveal to tree Interest in things which her Inmost heart should keep sacred Yet after all It was littleto nsk If possible she would be spared further torture of suspenseSo said abruptly It has al ways seemed strange to me that Mr Winslow came here so suddenlyIn so mysterious a way Then as the woman opened her mouth to speak I know of course that he cam In response to this note But you did not irlto it I wonder who dldZ She placed In the womans hand the yellow envelopo The octoroon shook her head Nom but It was somebody who knew hed get Into trouble if ho went to that pollard willow where Sue Miller was to meet herher beau The namo Which trembled on her Ups was not uttered as quick came the recollection that she must be silent But to her anr 2tement Lavender supplied It Yes I know she said for at last rumor had brought to her ears something of the story of Ger aids intimacy with Sue Miller I know to meet my brother But who could have wanted Mr Winslow there That I dont know least It was some enemy who thought hed get Into trou ble The branchwater man had threatened to kill yourMr Gerald and so anybody around there In the dark was likely toBut lavender interrupted with a sharp cry No no it could not have been that HeIr Winslowhas no enemy who would be soso guilty She spoke with a toiich of hauteur which subdued the woman She argued now Instead Well maybe It was somebody who wanted you to think Mr Winslow was in love with Sue That wouldnt have been so bad she concluded for she saw that for the first motive the young woman had no temperNo n that wouldnt have been so bad Lavender repeated half to herselfBut the sickening suspicion cer came her and she sank to the seat and resttd her hot cheek against CVJ soft cool vine At that moment there was a sound of muffled voices and down the road a film 9f sandy dust whitened the trePtb4fw ilrnl dI- n their common anxiety the maid and woman rushed out awaiting the procession It was coming slowly Lavenders heart stood still to see how slowly 1A dozen or more men trudged behind the unwieldy vehicle which seemed to crawl after the jaded mules At loot the girls strained eyes allght ed upon a straight figure walking sturdily and unharmed by its side Overpowered by the relief which sight of Winslow brought and shamed at excess of it Lavender leaned against the wooden block hands clasped and color mounting until her cheeks out flamed the salvia that edged the way with a hem of scarlet 1Owatga hurried in advance and strode to her side without a word but with a variety of emotions wrinkling his usually Impassive face With a smile of greeting Lavender asked You left Col Boone and is he Is safe at home the Indian respondedThen an inscrutable look and gesture toward the covered wagon he added And the white maid is safe nowWithout further explanation he passed on down the road By this time the procession was halt ed near the tavern and the crowd dis 1persedmosUy within the hostelry had only time for a hearty word for Charles when sha hurried within where her duties as hostess were eagerly sought by the thirsty travelers Meanwhile to Lavenders surprise there was a constraint a sadness in the response which WInslow and the preacher made to her congratulations harles bent so low that his breath swept her hand and in his eyes was a fond greeting but ho glanced uneasily toward the covered wagon where Rev Balllnger stood with lowered eyes holding the curtains close as It on guard over something within Nobody spoke and the silence filled Lavender with a vague alarm She had noted the absence of Gonzaga A sharp suspicion seized her Is som body inside the wagon she de shrill from behind the curtains came the answer I am wait ing Where is she The voice familiar yet so weak so unlike Its natural tone of command pitytwagon and pulled aside the curtain Then over the dying man she bent with a face pale but more than ever beautiful in compassion To B Continued Where the Comparison Pails I have a head on me like a steamboat Then you ought to be abls to nail gate better than you oTndgei- nal for whom It has just called so loudly kindly step to the platform and claim his own Boston Herald Protected Ee HeI never used to sing only when I was alone and afraid SheNo doubt It was quite a protec tion Judge The Impossible ClaraI hope mybathlng suit wont shrinkMaudeI dont see how It cmnUfe 1 i l re 4 BOMB EXPLODED AT THE ALTAR IN ST PETER CATHEDRAL IN ROME WHERE PONTIFF WAS EXPECTED Machine of Death Had Defect and Worshipers Escape Unhurt Great est Outrage of Centuries Home Nov 18A bomb was exploded In St Peters The edifice was crowded and an Indescribable sceno of confusion followed There were no fatalities As soon as tho echoes of the tre mendous roar had ceased a canon sought by reassuring words to quiet tho people but in vain They fled In nil directions and a number of women fainted Women and children screamed and men tried to protect their families In the crush Tho church Is so large however that there was ample room for the crowd to scatter and no one was Injured No trace of tho perpetrator of the deed has been found It was fine anniversary of tho dedi cation of the basclllca to St Peter and it was beautifully decorated for tho occasion Holy relics were ex posed and a largo number of the faith ful attended the services Cardinal Rampola formerly papal secretary of state was among these present He took part In tire service In the choir chapel Tho last mass had Just been concluded when tho explosion occurred and only one canon who had not quite finished remained at the altar of St Petronllla This altar is at tho end of the right aisle and It was near here that tho bomb had bonn placed Like a Thunderclap- As the canon turned to bless the communicants there was a tremendous roar which echoed through the lofty arches of the Immense dome like a thunderclap At tho same time a dense smoke spread throughout this portion of the basilica and a strong odor of gunpowder filled the air Con fusion and panic at once seized tIre people The canon at the altar tried to stem the tide of fear He shouted out Do not be afraid It Is nothing merely tine noonday gun His words however had little effect They were refuted by the smoke and the pun gent smell of powder and the people continued their headlong flight Men and women lied stumbling in all directions the screams of children and cries of anguish were heard on all sides and for a few minutes it seem ed as if nothing could obviate a grave disaster As soon as tho smoke clear ed away a hasty examination showed that nobody had been hurt in the crush and that no one had been wounded Calm was gradually restor ed and some of the people returned to view the extent of the damage When the first gendarmes reached the spot the scaffolding was found to be smouldering but this fire was eas- Ily extinguished The tomb was found to be absolutely uninjured and even the pavement shows scarcely any signs of the explosion The pope was engaged In his regular noonday devotions when the bomb went off The pontiff asked anxiously if the church had been Injured Upon being reassured he fell on his knees saying he must Implore mer y for ihj iutsguiaoa perpetrator oTthe deed SOUTH CYCLONE SWEPT Eight Lives Known To Have Been Lost and Buildings Demolished Memphis Tenn Nov 19Elght persons are known to have lost their lives scores of others are Injured and property and crops suffered groat dam age the extent of which because of the meager reports yet obtainable can not be estimated at this time as a result of one of the most torrentlalllke wind and rain storms ever experienced in this section The storm which originated on tho Gulf swept northward and In Its course razed scores of substantial buildings partially demolished hun dreds of others caused a complete de moralization of railroad traffic and cut off telegraphic communication with many points In tho affected territory Cotton in the fields blown down by the wind was beaten into the ground and if not totally was badly damaged Besides the loss of life and property damage which Is known to bjave occurred a number of points directly In the pathway of the storm can not be communicated with and when complete reports have been received it Is feared the loss to both life and prop erty will be greatly Increased Returning To Ohio Lincoln Nob Nov I9Dr Leroy Craig has escaped from the dipsoma niac ward of the asylum at Lincoln and is probboly making his way back to Washington C H O Both Dr Craig and his wife were committed to the asylum as confirmed cocaine fiends Race Up the Eiffel Paris Nov 19one hundred and twenty contestants took part In a pe culiar race which consisted in run ning up the 730 steps leading to the second stage of the Eiffel tower The winner made the distance in three minutes and four seconds Wanted At Columbus Kansas City Nov 19IIarry Wise alias Lake wanted In Columbus 0 Washington D C and New Yqrk for robbery and burglary Is under arrest in this city Wise will be surrendered to the officers at Columbus Pistol Fight Chicago Nov 19One policeman and a safe blower were fatally wound ed in a pistol duel between two policemen and four safe crackers on the south side elevated road The shoot- Ing took place in the presence of a dozen passengers and a panic followed Blaze In Midocean New York Nov 19A slight blaze In one of the steerage compartments of the Princess Irene caused by a do fectlve electric wire caused a brief panic Thursday while the steamer was In midoceon No one hurt Greeks Massacreed Athens Nov 19A number of men women and children have been massa cred by brigands at Kosciuco and Ra mell One band killed 15 Greeks In the neighborhood of Niacusta and car nod their mutilated bodies into that town Slain By An Anarchist Naples Nov 19An anarchiSt named Lagane of Paterson N J kill ed the famous zoologist Grovanul Rossi of the University of Naples Rossi had condemned anarchism In n recent lecture t T ifNOTORIETY FORCED UPON PLATT MAY CAUSE HIS RETIREMENT FROM U 8 SENATE His Resignation Said To Be Ready To Mall Gov Hughes To Name His Successor Now York Nov 17 Senator Thos C Platt will resign his seat in the United States senate on January 1 One of the first official papers to reach the hands of Govelect Hughes after he takes offlce will be the resig nation of the senior senator from the state of New Ydrk There are reasons why Senator Platt will not resign before the first of the year although the senate will con Tone for the winter session on December 3 and remain In session until March 4 or later The paramount reason for the delay II the bitter hostility felt by Senator Platt toward Goy Higgins His hatred of the governor Is of the most In flexible character and many things have entered Into the situation to Intensify his bitter resentment The prospective resignation of Sen ator Platt will come as a result of the notoriety Incident to the sensational raid in search of evidence for a di vorce suit made by his wife upon the house of Mary Lamonte No 214 West 38th street which was followed by the signing of an agreement of separa tionAlready the republican leaders In the state are discussing hie possible successor and the name of former Gov Frank S Black Is freely men tioned There Is also some talk of Timothy L Woodruff for the expected vacancyThe onslaught upon the aged senator by his wife formerly Mrs Janeway which has given rise to stories of a double life led by Mr Platt and which ended with the discovery and confiscation by the irate woman of a pair of dainty highheeled feminine boots has proved to be the blow which will end his political career Indeed the senator It Is reported has told Intimate friends within the last 24 hours that it Is his Inten tion to retire This decision as announced by the seaior senator from the state of New York was reached only after he had been advised by certain men who have been close to him for many years that If he did not voluntarily retire from the senate before December 3 a movement would be Inaugurated to cause his expulsion UNCLE SAMS SLEUTHS Succeed In Arresting Francis E Mar rln of Storey Cotton Co Fame Buffalo N Y Nov 17 Francis E Marrln one of the principal figures In the Storey Cotton Co failure In Philadelphia In 1905 was arrested here In the lobby of the Genesoe hotel Marrin disappeared from Philadelphia on March 17 1905 whOa the post of flee department raided the Storey Cot ton Co and since then he has been In Europe He registered at the Gen esee under the name of James John stone W J Blckery chief post office Inspector at Washington had been tracing Marrlns movements since hIs return to the United States and Post Office Inspector Cortelyou who has charge of the Philadelphia district came to Buffalo to get his man He will be arraigned before United States District Commissioner Keating and taken to Philadelphia Pastors Join a Union Toledo 0 Nov 17The Toledo Pastors Union Is now a fullfledged labor body having been recognized by the Central Labor Union The action ot the pastors all of whom are from Protestant churches was prompted by a declaration of the Central Labor Union that they could do better work among the laboring classes If they lie came affiliated Larger Army Needed Chicago Nov 17The need of a large standing army and navy In the United States and the revival of a- more active interest In these Institu tions by young men of today was pounded by Gen W H Carter com mander of the department of the lakes in an address at the annual ban Quet of the Western Society of the Army of the Potomac Big Harbor Blaze Naples Nov 17A conflagration Is raging on the docks here and the damage so far Is estimated at 600 000 Most of the ships In the harbor have cleared for the open sea The North German Lloyd steamer Koenlgln Lulse delayed her departure foY New York In order to give assistance to the shipping Hearst Campaign Proves Costly Albany N Y Nov 17Wm R Hearst Independence league and dem ocratic candidate for governor cent fled to the secretary of state that he had spent 256370 in promoting his canvass divided as follows Inde pendence league 198870 democratic state committee 57000 traveling ex penses 500 Looted the Safe Guthrie Okla Nov 17Robbers dynamited the safe In the bank of La Homo at La Homo Garfield county and escaped with 2700 In cash The bank had Just received 10000 to pay farmers for their cotton but the robbers overlooked this Famous Singer Arrested New York Nov 17 Enrico Caruso tenor of the Metropolitan Opera House Co was arrested while a visitor at the menagerie In Central park on a charge of disorderly conduct preferred by Mrs Hannah Graham Fought Like a Tiger Mllledgevllle Ga Nov 17Wlth the fury of a tiger Mime Dexereaux a negro fought the sheriff and his depu ty who entered his cell to escort him on the scaffold After a hard fight the negro was overpowered and was later hanged Russian Colonel In Prison Moscow Nov 17CoL SemahovskI commander the Rosetoff Grenadiers has been sentenced to eight months imprisonment in a fortress for failure to suppress the mutiny In his regiment In December 1905 Devoured By Rats Rogers Ark Nov 17The body of Alex C Crane 83 a Mexican war veteran was found In his house a mile from here having been partly devour ed by rats Ho had lived alone for 15 years coming here from Indiana He was wellknown Cent Brings 82 New York Nov 17A specimen of the first struck in the United States mintof 1793 with 13 links In a circle on the reverse was sold for 82 at the end of a twoday sale ol coins held at the Hotel BarUioldL II t T IF I i 1 SHEEP SHEARING AN ART Much Skill Required to Do the Work Properly Though the men appear to advan tage during a shearing match the sheep does not The situation Is a trying ont for the pretty mountain bred sheep of the Newfoundland moors but for the compound of wool and mutton that makes a Southdown nothing could be more undignified says the London Sepctator He is planted miserably on end and spreads into queer shapeless expansions like a halffilled mealsack four helpless hoofs meeting In a bunch In front and a bewildered foolish face doubled backward out of harms way between the shearers knees while he makes the first cut along the animals chest and turns back tho fleece to avoid smothering him when he Is laid on his side for the next move At this point the sheep recovers himself enough to kick under the impression that he is about to be slain The little sharp hoofs can give a stinging blow If you meet them and there Is a great art in holding your sheep with dIscre- tion for unless he keeps quiet he may get snipped and then the prize Is lost When the sheep has resigned himself It Is good to watch the skill with which the fleece Is snipped and turned back bit by bit until at last It lies out entire in the gleaming whiteness of the inside wool and is rolled up with care for this too counts in the prize while the orig inal owner is bundled back without ceremony into the pen in an abashed and tightfitting condition and received with horror iby his yet unshorn Bens eldest boy was shear- Ing beside him qualifying for a prize too and his second boy was in the younger class who received help Franks pen was the pest shorn in the whole tent said the Judges not excepting the champions But the most attractive figure of all was a little counterpart of Benjamin clad in a small blue shirt and wearing the same deliberate and responsible air on his solemn round face The youth was nine years old and small for his age and his short legs could get no grip on the sheep which appeared several sizes larger than the shearer But he lay prone on its body like a resolute small frog dig ging in his knees and snipping away at the woolly monster with little brown arms that had hardly outgrown dimples When the sheep kicked It heaved him bodily into the air But the big hands beside him held it down again and directed his small shears It was hard work but Reggie meant to get his prize and there were two to be shorn Those Westerners Eastern visitors to the west are generally prepared for any phenomenal showing In the line of agriculture stockralsing and the like says a Col orado man but once in a while they are taken by surprise- A New Hampshire man who was spending his vacation on the ranch of a relative in Colorado went out one IniIn one corner of the incubator a neg lected peachseed encouraged by the warmth of the atmosphere had burst and a tiny sprout several Inches long Was growing out of It Suffering Caesar exclaimed the caughtfisthis country Harpers Weekly On His Ear A member of the Philadelphia bas AltoonaJudge of a police court in that town On one occasion during a session of his court there was such aa amount of conversation and laughter In the court room that hs honor bOo came very angry and confused Sud denly with great wrath he shouted Silence here We have decided mornlnganctIthem Harpers Weekly Facts About the Ocean The depth of a sea about six miles compressionItlevel of the surface would be 116 feet higher than It Is at present and about two million square miles of land would be submerged Dark Churches Churches are still characterized by the notoriously poor lighting inherited from the dark ages when the printed word was unknown Electrical Maga sine Dr Jekyl and Mr Hyde One would think that the use of the phonograph would be anything but a Joy to the politician who is liable to change his opinions by the time an other campaign rolls around Somebody might save the record of his speeches and put him in the position of holding a Joint debate with himself Uncle Ebens Wisdom Some orators said Uncle Eben is like de whistle on a locomotlv Dey makes a heap o sturbanc but dey dont push nothin MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Nov IT CATTLEExtra 45 15 0 5 41 OALVESExtra 7 BO HOGS Cholc 35 GO SHEEPExtra 4 50 4 60 LAMBS Extra fir 7 69 FLOUR Spring pat 4 45 04 70 WHEATNe 2 red 75H ft CORNNo 2 mixed O 48H OATSNo 2 mixed e 36 RYENo 2 choice 69 C 71 HAYCh timothy e19 75 BUTTERDaIry tP 16H APPLESNew bbl 2 60 fft 3 00 POTATOES Per bbL 2 00 TOBACCONew 6 75 2S 25 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 12 74 CORN No 2 mixed 45 45 OATSNo 2 mixed 34 PORKPrime mess 016 00 LARD Steam 9 60 NEW TOBX FLOUR Wlo patent 3 IS 4 00 WHEAT No 2 red 896 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 63 OATSNo 2 mixed U H PORKPrime mess 18 00 018 75 LARDSteam 95 0 S 65- BALTIMOH WHEAT No 2 red 786 CORNNo2 mixed 49U C 48tt OATSNo 2 mixed 38 0 38I LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red 76 CORNNo 2 mixed 5- 0OATSNo2 mixed 0 36 PORKPrime mess 16 50 RDSteam 900 INDIAN AFOUS CATTLE Prim II C 5 HOGSrCholce 6 00 6 35ISHEEPExtra j U 4 W 9 4 iJIr 1 J I 4 AWFUL SUFFERING a From Dreadful Pains from Wound isFoot System All Run Down Miraculous Cure by Cutlcura c enoucJaforseventytwo years of age My systemS SShad been all run down My blood was so bad that blood poisoning had set in I had several doctors attending me so finally I went to the hospital where I was laid up for two months My foot and ankle were almost beyond recognition Dark blood flowed out of wounds in many places and I was so disheartened that I thought surely my last chance was slowly lear tag me As the foot did not ImproveS you can readily imagine how I felt I was simply disgusted and tired of life I stood this pain which was dreadful for six months and during this time I was not able to wear a shoe and not able to work Some one spoke to fme about Cutlcura The consequences were I bought a set of the Cutlcura V Remedies of one of my friends who was a druggist and the praise that I gave after the second application isSbeyond description it seemed a mir acle for the Cutlcura Remedies took effect Immediately I washed the foot with the Cutlcura Soap before apply tSlag the Ointment and I took the Re solvent at the same time After two weeks treatment my foot was healed completely People who bad seen my foot during my Illness and who have seen it since the cure can hardly be hove their own 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any trouble arising from impurity of the blood Brandreths Pills have been in use for over a century and are for sale everywhere plain or sugarcoated The man ot many parts seldomf 1parts his name in the mlddleJ I INSOMNIA CURED Dr Williams Pink Pills Restored 4Wrecked Nerves to Normal Con dition and Good Health Followed The sufferer from sleeplessness too of ten resorts to habitforming drugs in order to secure the coveted rest But sleep obtained by the use of opiates is uot refreshing and the benefit is but temporary at best Mrs A Fletcher of C9 Blodget street Manchester N H is living evi dence of the truth of this statement She says I received a shock of an apoplectic character It was severe that the sight of my right eye was af tested cansingme to see objects double II was confined to my about four weeks at one time being told by the doc ton that Icould not get well When Icould leave my bed I was in such a nor Tons state that Icould notsleep at night I would get up and sit on achairnutil jcompletely tired out and then go back to bed and sleep from exhaustion I had been under the doctors care for six weeks when my sister Mrs Loveland of Kverett persuaded me to try Dr Williams Pink Pills for Pale People I began taking the pills with the result that I soon experienced relief One night soon after taking them I lay awake only a short time and the next night I rested welL Prom that time Islept well every night and soon got wellj i I have recommended Dr WilhIamsPnk Pills R number ot times 1 and my nIece line taken thorn for weaknerves and poor blood and found Tory beneficial ic Dr Williams Pink Pills have many severe nervous troubles het and sciatica aswell as c of theblood such asausstnia rhennt pale end sallow complexions anfforms of weakness All druRRij Dr Williams Pink Pills or theP Jssent bymail postpaid on receirv 60 cents box six boxes folfc the Dr Williams Medicine Schenectady N Y if A Positive CURE FO- RCATARRH Elrs Cnai Balm Is quIckly ebsorbed Gin Rtlltt at Oncs It cleanses soothes heals and protects Following neuralgia thediieuedmembrane jand drivesaway sCold ia Restores the Senses of Fun size 50 cts nt Drag Trial ze 10 eta m BjrSrotb N Warn 8tt k eJ- J rwI I Im L JOSHUA TAKES i1if I COMMANDCI W I A STORY OF THE CONQUESTCd I OF Br tha HI bway and B7wa7Pracbsrm iill- t CopjrKhi IN bj author 8 Lton rl Scripture Authority Joshua itChapter 1 f SERMONETTEk 1As was with Moses so I will be with thee What an Inspiration for Joshua at the t I 4 beginning of his active leader ershlp of Gods people This I was Gods message to his heart In his new capacity he was comparatively untried and the jJ way bcfore him was unknown To what did God direct his thoughts To the record of f Gods faithfulness In his deal p Ings with his servant Moses of 1j and swiftly as there passes be fore the minds eye of Joshua f the long and glorious history s t of Moses walk with God and 1hi victories through him to t adds this encouragement f So will be with thee T There Is always Inspiration od In studying the lives of men It and women who have walked close to God and wrought i mightily for him Take the life of Paul as told In the 5j Scriptures and we learn what l1 I the power and love and grace of God can do In and through J i one man Take from modern 41 times the story of Moody 1 ministry and We find what God I can accomplish through the consecration of a man of or adinary talents but of extraor I t t dinary faith and obedience to Wi the divine will 0 I y Over every such life we see the writing of God As was I Fwith them That was the secret of their power and suc L cess God was with them that J Is the life was so brought Into t harmony with God and Gods 4 f will that he could use It Can 4 we grasp the Immensity of the is thaut of Gods union with a i human life so that he can say of It was with him As we t i read the record of a Moody we i t marvel at his power and sue cess but the explanation Is that God was with him Jt And now what Is the message ikv to your heart and mine Let us sit before God and contem plate what he has wrought through others and then let us listen carefully that we may- acatch his words as he speaks and says So will be with I thee Here Is all the promise 1L t that any soul needs It involves 4 1 Iand Includes everything It means vital union with God It Ameans Gods power and love and grace flowing through my life and your life to the blessing and I transforming of the world o about us As was with Motet so will be with theels a mes sage which may come to every heart God help us to get near i L to hear his voice 1 The little word then im tha ptenth verse Is worthy of empha i SS sis for It forms th Important u i 1InkIiIeee the preparatlcn for 1 J an Important work and thebe j ginning of that work When O- t f God hid spoken his message to X- JOShuathenand not till then O Ldid he take up the command of 3 prepeTQ menttothe Promised Land I 4 The qualification of the utmost tt r y Importance In leader Is that O 1 of preparation to discharge the N duties that will devolve upon I2him For these 30 days of and Immediately fol 0 lowing Joshua understood that g It was by his hand that the chit dren of Israel were to bo led f out and yet we find no over 0confidence no haste to assume waitingapower s from on high for divine wisdom e and direction In taking the first P step If those whom God has ID chosen to lead his people would Tj rean crthls there would be few p missteps and greater pros ren made mDDDooD THE STORY p HE 20 days of mourning had ended I and still Israel lay encamped In Ueplaln of Moab The memory of 1 i those days made their hearts tender Jand submissive Moses words were still fresh In mind and confidently I and hopefully they looked forward to the certainty of their possession of 4 1 the Promised Land l But Joshua made no move And the i Ipeople recognized him as the leader In Moses stead and they waited la it not time that Joshua wu j pushing forward they asked one q rI other The days of mourning are 4t t ended Why do we longer re pC 42 main in this place Here Is the rPlace of Borrow for It is hero we 4 lost our great leader Here 41 Is the place of encouragement for the blessing of Moses was spoken upon us I In this place And now the Promised land beckons us on God will give f It us Why do we not go forward Lt But Joshua remained in seclusion la his tent To him the great re 4 sponsibility was throwing him more I ik and more upon God and during these days of mourning he sought the dl v vine presence Over and over again Mosestd concerning his people Over and I pagainhe reviewed the past hls r f Ah how they had rebelled R At CIey had murmured I 1 I r r low they had suffered for 40cs 4 1 t land had lost the blessedta b t t if entering the Promised wv J jtso of unbelief Would they tIelh1b t it that pitfall he asked JI knew the task of lead s f J t tF fAe WM a heavy one and t fOO1 f r J r 4av lof M CA Growl r prt r l u Jtjapani d f o f r t 484 to 1008 On the aw 1 of 7 f 0 temple at Nagasaki c 0 rl i ot fc A building has Just H m t vpating 24000 yen i 4thS t l 1 e little man who feels h n ojp b edit the books of f I if e 1 1 a J JhaL JjfI t t lrJolit1 i was a diamond big I name on the doors r 1C P t JtJ 1 I i 7 Ji4 C r J la f 11yrii 4 I I t tt = l JrtI 1r J t C S t e 10iJ1 r J t IJ i c4 lj r pF iJ r f t r rw J a Ait J 1ff t a 1 ts 1N 4 r fIf I t t I i S 1 0 j a f during those days of meditation prayer he searched for more for more wisdom for Godgiven age which would make him IItldI to every difficulty and danger Ah to Joshua It was no light small thing that ho should have to lead Gods people and he ared not go lightly or carelessly for ard A true humility Godgiven wu ay be sure as it comes to every soul upon whom God has placed spe clal burdens of leadership subdued his spirit and made him realize that was God who was their guldob and leader and it was only looked to him for help and strength ould he hope to lead that people Ho now God had called him lie knew that the blessing of Moses rested upon him Ho never would forget that solemn moment when tho ImperialN leader had placed his hands head and in tho hearing of tho whole congregation had said Do strong and of good courago for thou must go with tho people unto tho land which tho Lord hath sworn unto their fathers to give them and thou shalt cause them to Inherit it- oOh God ho cried In tho Intensity the yearning of his soul that he might do the will of God Oh God Porbidider lightly the great responsibility thou hast placed upon him Help me realize thy strength and thy faith fulnessneed He prayeth the men whispered lout who had come to Joshuas tent to Inquire concerning the future movements of the people and they quietly withdrew not letting Joshua know that they had mistrusted him and had Impatiently sought his presence But new courage came into their own hearts as they had listened to his words They realized as never before that it was not the earthly leader af ter all but God the unfailing guidci and leader of Heaven In whoso their destiny rested And they went forth among the people and stilled their questions saying Joshua prayeth Moses is dead but God bath given a leader to us in his servant Joshua And truly God IiII our leader for Joshua waiteth before God for wisdom and understanding in leading us There is nothing that can inspire confidence in the hearts of Gods people like the realization that tho lender living close to God and is looking to God for guidance and help It turns tho thoughts to the higher source of help and strength It destroys that feeling of man worship It prevents that building up of a person al following and It fixes allegiance where it belongsIn God alone And so as tho prayer of Joshua shed broad Its Influence upon the peopleI they rested their hearts in new hope and faith and wDitedIIt was the hour of sac rifice The priests had slain the lamb nd placed it upon the altar and tho smoke of tho burning sacrifice was ascending straight up towards God and faintly the people caught the sig nificance of the great meaning of that offering the shedding of blood whereby an approach was made unto God And while the congregation waited Joshua appeared before them for day In the quiet of his tent God come to him and had spoken saying Moses my servant Is dead now therefore arise go over this JordanI thou and all this people unto the land which I do give to them evei to placethatpor that iavo I 1drcnatT70U as said unto Moses From wildernes I4Id this Lebanon even unto the greal river the river Euphrates all thelnn4 of the Hittites and unto the great sea toward the going down of the sun shall be your coast There shall not any man be able to stand before thee nIl the days of thy life as I was with Moses so I will be with thee I will not fall thee nor forsake thee Be strong and of good courage for unto this people shalt thou divide for an Inheritance the land which I sware unto their fathers to give them Only be thou strong and very courageous that thou maycst observe to do according to all the law which Moses my servant commanded thee turn not from It to the right hand or tp the left that thou mayest prosper whithersoever thou goest Thin book of the law shall not depart out of thy mouth but thou shall meditate there in day and night that thou mayest observe to do according to all that is written therein for then thou shal make thy way prosperous and then thou shalt have good success Have not I commanded thee Be strong and of good courage be not afraid neither be thou dismayed for the Lord thy God Is with thee whltherso ever thou goest Godly fear and Joy filled his heart as God ceased speaking and Inspired with the new hope and purpose breathed upon him by the words of the Lord Joshua went forth from his tent and as we have said found the congregation gathered for the evening sacrifice His coming stirred the people and they shouted for very Joy Joshua has come Joshua is our leader Joshua will now lead us forward Liepeoplethe words of the Lord telling them that God had renewed his covenar made with Abraham Isaac and Jacob and would surely give them the Ian d Let the officers of the people com together to me that we may plan fo- rlour departure Joshua concluded And when these men these leaders of the people had come together to his tent be said with a vigor which showed that though he could wait pa tiently before God for his enduement of power and for his word of guM ace he could act with promptness when the way was made clear overfhost of Israel and command the peo pIe to prepare them victuals for we landtto possess It To Educate the Orphans The Alliance Israelite has assigni a considerable sum for the educatle in of orphans bf Bialyatok pogrom The local relief committee In consequence of limited means is only able to re der slight assistance Colleges with Missions Oberlln has its Shanshi mission and a few years ago Yale started mission work in Central China with Harvard and the University of Penn sylvania soon following and now Princeton is expecting to enlarge Its foreign missionary enterprise by un dertaklng the entire support of a Y M iA mission In Peking It always is the man who looks as though his religion disagreed with him who insists oa others taking his dost fIt I UJ r I i Q 1 f kLIf r STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST GIVE THANKS Says Gov Beckham Because of Un precedented Prosperity Frankfort KyGov J C W Beck arn of Kentucky Issued his Thanks giving proclamation It follows That the people of Kentucky may properly observe our countrys most hallowed custom I hereby appoint In accordance with the action of the pres of the United States Thursday 29 us a day of thanksgiving and prayer throughout the common 1wealthshould be suspended the eager pur suit for wealth should cease the restless struggle for profit ami gain should give place to quiet and peace while a grateful people lu their usual places f worship shall give thanks to a gen erous and merciful God who has so richly blessed us Our people have- rosPered beyond all precedent our nation in a little over a century has spring Into a position of power and might beyond the boldest dreams of Its founders and respect of the entire world In material wealth we are with an equal Nature has lavished upon us her choicest bounties The sunshine of peace and contentment shells Its genial light upon a happy land To deserve and retain these things a due recognition should be given to the divine source from which they come In place of boasting o- flour greatness let us humbly praise and thank Him to whom wo owe all The strength and welfare of our re public the endurance of its spIendlA Institutions and the progress of our Christian civilization must depend upon the purpose of this day and rec oguize our obligations to the provi dence of God In celebrating this occasion let us remember that no serv ces of song and no words of eloquent praise are so expressive of gratitude to the Almighty as are deels of charity and kindness to the poor and helpless among us FOOD EXPERTS Will Decide Important Questions Rel ative To Kentucky Whisky Louisville KyA six days session of the United States Pure Food Stand ard Commission will be held In Louis ville beginning December 6 R MI Allen oT Lexington state pure food In slector of Kentucky was here and re served quarters at the Seelbach for the commission Whisky distillers ore interested In the session for tire rea son that a standard will be decided upon for straight rectified and blended whiskies Under the new law dealers will be required to brand the whis kies as to age Distillers will be required to brand the product as to Its character whether It Is straight rec tItled or blended The members of the commission are Dr H W Wiley of Washington United States chem LexingtonIstation Dr William Frear holding a similar position lit Pennsylvania Dr E M Jenkins of Yale Prof H R Barnard analyst of Indiana Dr Richard Fisher analyst of Minnesota Prof Elton Fulraer of Washington and Dr Weber of Ohio- JUdgeI Wil liam Jenkins and Detective Denny Mc Carty arrested lectlon day charged with obstructing and Interfering with a primary election were dismissed by County Judge Bullock because the grounds set out in the warrant were not sufficient cause for action Youtsey Seeks Pardon Newport KyLetters were received here by officials high in authority in Campbell County from Henry Yout sey a life prisoner at Frankfort urg ing them to appeal to Gov Beckham for a pardon Youtsey is serving a life sentence for alleged complicity in the murder of Senator Goebel Fox Hunt Ends Lexington KyThe lit hunt ended here Miss Margaret Halstead a CIa clnnatl girl was the only lady in at the death and she was presented with- t the brush by Col Roger Williams The meet was one of the most successful In the annals of the National Foxhunters Association Sam Jane Left 200000 Owensboro KyThe largest crowd ever gathered at a religious meeting in Owensboro attended the Sam Jones me morial service here Rev George R Stuart of Cleveland Tenn said Sam Jones was worth 200000 at the time of his death Postmasters Grief Whltesburg KyTho little three yearold daughter of John Hall pos t master at Ermine was fatally burned by its clothes being Ignited from the hands of her younger sister Bonds Are Valid Frankfort KyIn affirming thi 1tcase of Gaulbert against the city of the court of appeals holds valid 1000000 bonds of the Louisville Water Co The bonds were Issued for construction of a filter plant ot the water company Vaughn Rewarded Mt Sterling Ky Congressman elect Langtry of the Tenth district has appointed Fred A Vaughn of Palntsville his private secretary Vaughn is secretary of the republican district committeeLost Cincinnati Frankfort KyJoseph Marr who Is reported missing has been a well known barber In this city for a nun her of years He is a German and left here ostensibly to go to Europe He was to procure certain papers i Cincinnati from the German consul Judge Niirn On Bench dFrankfort KyJudge Nunn has re covered sufficiently from his indlsposi Lion to resume his seat upon the bench He will leave however for inRed Boiling Springs Tenn whither he goes to recuperate Warren Llllard Out Frankfort KyWarden E T Lll lard of the Kentucky penitentiary ten dered his resignation to the board of prison commissioners to take effect November 15 Former Representative W S Hawkins of Carroll county wu selected to succeed aim Caught In the Act Frankfort Ky Frank Simons sent up for burglary from Mt Sterling was caught In the act of escaping from the Kentucky penitentiary Simons had sawed a hole through the shoe factory door built on the outside of the wall CINCINNATI MAN Elected President of the Ohio Valley Medical Society Louisville KyTlie Ohio alley Medical society elected tile following officers President Dr Brooks F Beebe of Cincinnati who had been serving us vice president vice presi dent Dr J L Vlgglns of Fast St Louis second vico president Dr Cur run Pope of Louisville third vics president Dr A E Sterne of Indian apolis secretary und treasurer Dr B W Floyd of Evausvllle led re elected Various cities extended In vita lions for the next annual conven lion which will bo the ninth The re tiring president Dr D M Griffith of Cincinnati and tire newly elected officers will select the next meeting place Evansville Ind It Is said BIG CROWD IN INITIAL HUNT Fox Chasers Hold Their Derby in Sus cessful Manner Dardstown KyThe first start In the National Foxhunters meet was made Two hundred hunters left the hotel This Included 40 ladles many of whom were more enthusiastic than tho men The first cast was made two miles from Bardstown whore a red fox was started but owing to the many spectators crossing the trails the dogs became confused and lost the track Another east was made and n gray fox was started which put up a 45mlnuta run and was holed out In plain view of all the judges After this the hunt was called off owing to the dry condi tion of the ground CHILD ACCUSER Of Her Father Alleged Uxorcide Is Placed In a Retreat Louisville Ky Annie Belle Etly who accuses her father John Etly of the murder of her mother has been placed In a private institution by Judge C Wilson of the juvenile court He entered the order but he did not make public the whereabout of the girl The detectives believe that the girl even now has not told all she knows Etly maintains his nerve and Insists that he is Innocent He says that at his examination November 22 lie will es tablish that he has no connection with the crime Kentucky Feud Battle Reported Mayklng Ky According to are port received from Lower Elkhorn Creek cast of here a desperate battle was fought there between Wm Mitchell and Esau Moore on ono sltlo and George Adams and Henry Mullins on the other in a dispute over a land di vision The report says Esau Moore was killed and Henry Mullins was des perately wounded Further trouble in feared although officers have gone to the scene to quell the outbreak which is the result of an old feud Hunting Season Opens Louisville KyThe hunting season In Kentucky is open Trains leaving Louisville carried many sportsmen Under a new law nonresidents art re quired to procure a license If they wish to hunt In Kentucky The feo is 25 The season will continue un til January 1 during which time ii will be lawful to hunt and kill quail patridge and pheasants Posse Goes After Jesse Coe Cloyds Landing Ky Sheriff Bry an of Monroe county at the head of a large posse left for Pea Ridge to capture If possible Jesse Coe the ne- gro who with George Williams anoth er negro murdered two policemen and wounded another In Indianapolis Coe Is surrounded by negro friends armed with Wlnchesters who swear he shall not bo taken alive- Kentucky Jurist Dead London KyJudge Robert Boyd who has been gradually sinking for several days due to bronchial pneu monia is dead He was in his seventy third year and had never married For nearly half a century he was a leading spirit in Southeastern Kentucky Court Upholds the State Frankfort Ky Circuit Judge Stout in the Franklin Circuit Court entered judgment upholding the act of 1906 special session imposing a tax of on and a quarter cents per gallon on all rectified or blended spirits After the Vehicle Show Louisville Ky Cincinnati Colura bus 0 and Indianapolis have put In bids for the next meeting of the trl state vehicle dealers Louisville solar has not put In a bid Killed by Her Sister Olive Hill KyA 12yearold child of Edward Young was burned to death In Lawrence county by a younger sis ter who playfully set fire to the girls clothing Ohioans Are Helra Lexington KyMrs Scotia Inskeep Chenoweth 85 reputed the wealthiest woman in Fayette County died at her residence on the Maysvllle pike Her vast estate will be inherited by Mrs L R Lackey Miss Diana Roberts and Samuel Ewing of Xenla Ohio Killed By His Wife Fulton KyW S Neal of Fulton a piano dealer was shot and killed by his wife the bullet entering his ablo men She says a revolver she held was discharged accidentally Two in fant children also survive him Raised An Order Richmond KyIn the United States court James Hart 75 was found guilty of having raised and passed a post office money order It was charged that Hart raised it from 35 cents ton 5035 It was Issued from the offict at Cincinnati IPe ltlon rn Bankruptcy Bowling Green KyP E Stiff grocer filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy In the federal court The schedule filed with the petition shows tho liabilities to be about 3000 and the assets about 2000 Four Trainmen Hurt Louisville KyFour trainmen were hurt in the Big Four yards when a Big Four engine hauling two cars crashed against four L tN box cars William Forman a brakeman sustained th- IS 0 most serious injuries but it is believe r all can recover Caught In a Corn Shredder Frankfort KyThomas K Jett a wellknown farmer ot Jetts station was injured probably fatally by being caught In a cornshredding machlna His skull was 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You might do as well in the Gulf Coast Country It has a mild climate i 1 tender vegetables can be raIsedalmost every month in the year The 1 ifarmer there puts his crop on the market in Winter and early Spring when the price is highest By irrigation he insures himself against y It 4 crop failure rivers or artesian wells give a bountiful supply of water I Two and sometimes three crops a year are raised and twenty acres there will make as much as fifty acres in other places V Dont you think this is better than a onecrop country where your success depends on uncertain weather with irregular rainfall P Come to the Gulf Coast Country and win success as others have done Wow the land is cheap and you can get it on easy terms Twenty acres will cost you about 500 The cost of clearing it is about 5 an acre The cost of water for irrigation varies You may want an f artesian well of your own you may get water from some river or you t may get it Irons your neighbor But the cost is not great and those who have tried it have netted from the first crop a sum which has paid a- all expenses and left a good surplus It is not only a good place to make money but it is also a good place for a home The sunny mild winter are delightful and the summers are tempered by the cool breezes from the Gulf 1KWiAter CiantiifAiwic down Every and month tickets any and following St Paul 2750 These you Let me send you our books describing crops produced in this marvel ous country Dont delay write me todaytSEBASTIAN Passenger Manager ROCK ISLANDFRISCO LINES 700 La Salle St Station Chicago or 700 Frisco Bldg St Loute namelille STOVE POLISH NO TO BLISTER YICAPISICUMb AND MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTERIRRITANT VASELINE IEXTRAcT OF THE CAYENNE PLANTYA QUICK SURE SAFE AND ALWAYS READY CURE FOR PAINPRICE f 15cIN COLLAPSIBLE TUBESAT DRUGGISTS AND DEA2ERS ORpBY MAIL ON RECEIPT OF ISc IN POSTAGE STAMPS DONT TILL PAIN COMES KEEP A TUBE for to mustard any other plaster WAITf rblister the most skin painallaying and 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tired Canadian Government Aent H H WILLIAMS Law BrIlIdlig Toledo 0 Mention this paper re GUNS Sngie 2iDoublS 6 4SPORTSMENS SUPPOES fKatalPOVE1LCLEtENTCO 410 Main St Cincinnati 1iA 4cStJII e j i 4J rf OWIGSVILLEWv 1 7 OWINGSVILLE I THE OUTLOOKS subscr n rates are as follows Otto year One IV ir ix months Sixty Cents Threcmohths Thirtyfive O No commissions allow ny fcody on subscriptions 1 Subscribers desir change a of address should gu previous t address when writing- Correspondents should always et their items to us not later Monday if possible when ft ilthan stationery mention it on a slip of paper News matter of general inter 1 est is welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in 1 serted Advertisers wishing a change or discontinuance of ad should k inform the week previous to 1publication day communications to JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville Ry THURSDAY NOV 22 1906 f ROOSEVELT and the Culebra Cut having met they entertain more respect for each herIj PRESIDENT seen the justly celebrated Culebra Cut If he approves of it the Panama canal is HEARSTOffiCiaBY certifies that he spent 256370 in his campaign t for Governor If he just got the worth of his money all is well tITis alleged that T Platt has his wife and may soon resign the U S Senatorship from I New York He probably realizes in his old age that it is not all of life to be politically great LIEUT PEARY got within 153 fmilesof the North Pole and had Itheutmost difficulty in getting after subsisting part of the time on dog meat Somebody I will put an end to all that fool I ishness some day by going right- up to the Pole I THE United States Government has instituted suit at St Louis to dissolve the Standard Oil Co and a all its branches because of num i erous violations of the Sherman r AntiTrust law Let the worst rome and John D has enough to keep the wolf from the door 4 H TTY GREEN is quoted as say ing There is gomg be a revolution in this country The I people are going to revolt against a the oppressions of the trusts i 1There will be a deluge and these streets will run with blood when t6 the people are aroused Just l what commodity has been put up a on Hetty isnt known I THE railroad companies of the 4 United States are said i have of 1 fen their employes I ten per cent ncreas of wage f they WILl accept it in lieu t other ttri dem ts The public vvill get a thei lare of railroad tr isperity in rEi J eed rates whe uie rail road jnpanies are for d to con fcede It but not before r ITHEREis a current belief that b will call the Gen j eral Assembly in extraordinary session next January to attempt to have it pass some act to enable the lid to be kept on in Louisville 4 k If he does he will become a mem a 7 her of the Society for Whistling the Spots off of th Moon and 2 Performingthe Ever Impossible t TIlE Us Census Bureau offi dally estimates the State of Ken tucky to be worth 1527486230 I That is a per capita of less than a 70080 if the socialistic division t was to come now each per sons share would be very small- 1f4and the very fact of Socialism be mg established would reduce the value of each share to very much V less COUNTESS DE CASTELLANE nee 1i s Annie Gould has secured a di vorce from Count Boni and the custody of her children She is to be known as Madame Gould a In the suit it was shown that the atr Count blew in eight million dol w lars of her money American heiresses who pay the price foraj a title generally find out too late that it is it ALL have heard of the farm so steep that it could be plowed on 4 storyMissouria Howard county owned by Chas Ridgeway is said to be an actuala I fly Ithas buildingbrick shale t in the first storya rich bed of coal in the second a fine clover field- in the thirdjorsurfacs storyand an fourth a TIlE New York Central rail a i ra giving 1 and fined S108 000 in the first in I stance r ie Sugar Trust is now on trtd for accepting rebates It i only a 4 Stion of whether tilelt railroads and the trusts can bet ter afford to pay the penalties in i flicted by the courts than tc have competition If the former the Jaw will be ineffectual HARIUMAN AND HILL the rail road magnates are in a peculiar J j I contest they are each trying to give the stockholders of their railroad systems the larger divi L dend or otherwise divide among I l f rtheni the larger sum of surI plus Hill has deemed dividend j of 120000000 among the stock holders of the Great Northern i and will give them an additional l 4 share of stock at par value for 4 each share of Great Northern i1 they may possess Harriman n proposes to double that but is 4 Jetemd by a Federal law that A taises tor the Government all Ie 4 i p ila a5b j Id t ji I I t 1 t I i z f above ten per cent Ot the earnings of the Union Pacific As soon as he finds O outnaw to evade that law he will make his divide As to cheaper freight and pas senger rates the public can bed d- CORKESPONDliNCE Cavo Rune C Johnson and family of Lickingpnionstore Uttorbaeks house burned at Yale unday night ybankburned Sunday night No particulars News just wired here Mooros Forrv t The dry season was broken by a good rain Saturday Misses Bella and Adda Good paster of near Craigs spent Sun day with Mrs 0 P Shrout James Atchison and Theodore Shrout were in Owingsville Sat urday Mr Atchison started for the Clerks office as soon as he got out of the buggy to get a marriage license Oliver Clyde and Dora Shrout attended the wedding of James Atchison and Mrs Georgia Ames at Salt Lick Sunday night It was Mr Atchisons second and Mrs Ames fifthmarriage David Myers of Salt Lick bought Albert Horsemans farm lore and will move to it soon CrooKs Peed Lathram shipped two carloads of cattle to Cincinnati Wednesdayf John Corbin shipped one car of cattle to Cincinnati Wednesday Sam Ratliff of Salt Lick was here several days last week Mrs Jeff Davis of Midland City was here Friday en route to Winchester to see her father George Gilbert who is very ill Cabe Snedegar went to Winchester Friday There were a great many hunt ers here last week from different pointsMiss Lillie Johnson visited her brother at Farmers last week Several from here attended Court at Mt Sterling Monday J D Turley and wife were guests of the formers parents in Mt Sterling Monday Crates James Bobbins bought a sow and five shoats ofart Welch for 26 Robcrv Warren bought three fat hos of Jim Tom Coyle at 5Jc F w Warren bought some perbarrdMi a id Mrs John Sorrell of Danville Ill have returned here to make their home Rev Ed Anderson and wife Charles Vincent andvfamily visit ed Mr ami Mrs Banks McCarty at Kno Lick Sunday Barbir Thompson bought the turkey uvp here at lie Birdh mere are very numer ous here now- Fodder is selling here at 12c per shock in the field Wm Goodpaster lost a nice calf by death Stoops Tobacco stripping is command ing the attention of our farmers nowBuyers bought the remainder of the turkey crop last week Only a few are left for the Christ mas market Alvin Goosey has moved onto Miss Mary G Andersons farm near Levee Of course its always the case that the best years of a mans life are wasted while the fad ing remnant is left for him to make amends Henry Williams will move this week onto 0 M Jones farm of1HUersburghas springIfield county recently visited relatives here There is nothing in the world to keep a man from being a blaz ing fool if he actually wants to be one he cemetery at Springfield Juts been cleaned off which adds greatly to the appearance of the old place which for 112 years has been receiving many of Ken tuckys sacred dead From appearances now there will not be as many removals the coming spring as formerly nearly all having rerented praisingcan do the act unconsciously- The past week has been a dull one for hayseed correspondents A few more such will put us out of business Tom Roberson visited his brother J L Roberson at Mt Ster ling last week The Court day crowd from here was the smallest that has attend ed Mt Sterling Court for years A gentle days rain Saturday a steady downpour Sunday a few spring showers Monday with no prospects of ceasing has about broke the drouth in this dry part of the worldr J1l1 rLt lI tJ r4I r b41I Ii tr Upper Prickly Ash Mrs Martha Manley has been very poorly for several days James Chandler and family of near Preston visited Mrs Mar tha Manley and family Sunday John D Stone of near Car lisle visited his son It L Stone last week Clay Tackett and son Charles Tinsley of Millersburg visited F F Tackett and family several days last week Several from here attended Court at Mt Sterling Monday A great many turkeys here were sold at lie and lljc per pound e Elder R T D Zimmerman has closed his summer resort at Salt Lick and come home to spend the winter Hillsboro Leslie Sousley and wife visited S F Shields Saturday and Sun day Quarterly meeting was held here Monday and Tuesday by Rev Sims Presiding Elder Miss Sena Pollitt of Orange burg is visiting her mother Mrs Geo Gardiner Claude Fawns and Demaree Todd left last week for a trip to Mississippi Miss May Atchison of Wyoming visited her sister Mrs S A Dowd last week Mrs Judith Emmons returned last Thursday night from a visit to her son James K Emmons and familyGeo B Hawkins and two little daughters of Covington visited relatives here last week J H Hawkins was in Morehead SaturdayJ moved last week to his farm near Goddard Chas Boyd to the house vacated by Freeman and Jas Campbell to the house vacated by Boyd Frank Clark of Ashland is visiting his brothers John A and Charley Clark and families Peytons Lick D C Tipton purchased three fivehundredpound hogs of Geo Humphrey at 6 per cwt John C Arnold and several friends from near Sharpsburg went to Fleming county to hunt last week Willie the small son of James Williams is very ill Miss Nettie Allen of Fleming county is the guest of her sister Mrs W T Miss Clemmie Stinson of Mt Sterling was with friends here several days last week Rev G D Wyatt of Lexing ton filled his appointment here Sunday Mrs Wyatt accompan ied him home Monday after spending several weeks with friends here t Delayed Mrs G D Wyatt went Friday to join her husband Rev G D Wyatt at Carlisle and they will go from thei to his appointment atMt Carmel Fleming county coujinDavidday and Saturday Gathering corn is the order of dayW Glover of Flat Creek was here Friday He was accom daughterMiss Mrs D C Tipton has rapidly recovered from her recent illness Lafe Mann and family visited relatives near Moorefield Sunday Robert Browning Sr is very sick Salt Lick Dr Brown returned from an extended trip to the Northwest last week Ernest Kercheval was in Lexington last Sunday W R Stephens has moved in to his new house Mrs Groby mother of Mrs J A Kaufman of Miamisburg 0 has returned to her home Mrs J D Sewell of Olive t one day last week with friends here The new brick building on Main completionMisses Anna L and Inez Butler Cochran of Yale visited rel atives at the Hotel Jackson Sat urday and Sunday Mrs John Kautz is having an eightroom dwelling erectedon Maple Ave- Charles Holbrook and family of Lexington stopped over here upBigDr H H Lewis many friends will be glad to know that he is betterThe S L Academy has been closed for two weeks on account of sickness in the teachers fami ly arebetterMrs Duke C Frederick is selling out her household goods and preparing to join her husband in Tennessee M P Moores has returned from Pittsburgh Colonel and Mrs tf J KaufF man of Dayton Ohio stopped off here this week to visit their ColKauffman President of Miamisburg They were en route home after an extended visit in the East W irfr4e fJlUi 4 l Jri t J a f ifjsvillQ It F D No May Boyd of Sunset visI iieu T Coyle and family OI Washington Branch last week Chit Norris is building a house NaylorBranch g Look out for a wedding soon Guess who Mrs Martha Manley of Prick ly Ash has been very sick the past week Mir Kate Stone of Ports mouth Ohio returned home Men day after visiting relatives on Naylors Branch for some days Renny Horseman of Prickly Ash sold his tobacco to J M Richart at He Emmet Horseman to same at 9c Trumbo Snedegar bought on White Oak the tobacco crops of Geo D Gudgell and tenant Dallas Gudgell at lOc and Charles Gudgells at 9c StOP sto 110 Wm Squires of Salt Lick spent Saturday here with rela tives A J Masterson and family spent Sunday with T H Turley and family Mrs Quicksall of Morgan coun ty is visiting her son W W and family here M F Wilson has sold his farm to Anderson Bailey Terms pri vate Miss Alpha Gray of George town who had been visiting her brothers Will Tyler and Bob re turned home last week Mrs Steele of Flat Creek spent Thursday with John Karrick and wife John McCarty of near La Grange was here several days last week visiting his brotherin law Lou Staton and family The meeting that Bro Dawson held last week in Sugar Grove schoolhouse was well attended and lots of good done If one toes as Bro D says they are surely in the straight and narrow path that leads aright F M Karrick had to close his school at Salt Well on account of getting bedfast with stomach trouble last weekbut understand that he is improving slowly now The hunting season came in on time and it was not forgotten as there were more guns cracking that day than we thought wehad either rabbits or birds The ground was covered with about 3 inches of snow but it was soon gone and none seen by night Game is kind of scarce especially birds in our neighborhood Frank Brown who was a juryman at Richmond Ky last week returned home Thursday night Court having adjourned It commenced raining here Sat day morning early and has been ever since giving tobacco men a firstclass chance to get their tobacco stripped out but stopping corn gathering sure this late Monday afternoon Olympia J H Swarts of Straight Creek Ky was here last week on a vis it to his father George Swarts Algin Clark and wife were in Mt Sterling one day last week on businessJ Newman of Tomsburg West Virginia was here last week on a hunting trip Former Miss Jennie McGlothin and husband of Mt Sterling were guests of her father Chas McGlothin and wife from Friday till Sunday evening Mrs Emma McGlothins sons of North Middletown are visiting her here this week Everybodyremember that Bro Martin of Wilmore has a regu lar appointment here on the first Saturday and Sunday Algin Clark and wife visited the latters sister Mrs Asa Roth well of Crooks Sunday Mrs John Cronin of Lexing ton is visiting her sister Mrs Coleman Jackson this week Mr Irwin and two little sons of Hunnewell Greenup county are visiting his brother H 0 Ir win and wife H 0 Irwin wife little daugh ter Ana F and Mr Irwin brother and little sons visitedMirt Ir win and wife at Farmers Sun day Elder W A Williams remains about the same of his illness Tom Montjoy and son Jim are at home from West Virginia Charlie Penix went to West Virginia to work Saturday Mrs Jeff Hovermale who fell and broke her arm Is doing well That good old rain came Satur day and Sunday that was badly neededMrs Ida Penix has been very sick but is some better Jeffie Swarts who has been at work in West Virginia for sometime is visiting his mother Mrs Lizzie Swarts this week We were sorry to learn of Sin upperSalting care of hs widowedmother W W Peni nnd wife were in Owingsvil1ay shopping Mrs Peat arren went one Virginiatoworking Jim Will u on is building a new house near Old Field graveyard and will move to it Chas McGlothin and wife wentIto Mt Sterlir ednesday present at th Hidingof J1t 4 owl tb 1 I 11 rrtI 6i lbA laughter Miss Jennie to some SterIIII do know Miss Jennie she is a nice young lady We wish them a long and happy life Upper Flat Crook Delayed Mrs Grit Lane is visiting rela tives in Mt Sterling Claytonsfuneral Ed Glover and daughter Miss Mrs W N Lane of Fayette county visited Mrs C 0 Lane Thursday Mrs John Gillon of Owings ville was the guest of relatives here several days last week Friday the atmosphere was damp enough to bring tobacco in- case and many of the farmers bulked down a great deal of the weed J H Carter and family visited Thos Karrick on Salt Well Sun day Hogs are selling at 6 per cwt in this vicinity Thos Darnell purchased of W C Glover a steer calf for 16 buyers were in this sec ITurkeyweek The price offer per pound Misses Nell and Mary Glover were the guests of friends in Mt Sterling Saturday and Sunday WITH TIlE MINSTRELS Inter locut rWell Mr Bones I understand youre working now BonesWho is hel Whos who This man Now you speak of U You dont understand me I mean I hear youre earning your living now Oh yes Im hanging around a hutcher shop- Hanging around Yes I hang meat on hooks Im going to quit though I dont like the butcher Hes too snobbishDoes he snub you No but he cuts the meat every day Ive got the laziest brother on earth Hes just like a successful airship Why is he like a successful airship He wont wor- kInterlocutorlIr Tamboo I hear you have bought a setter dogrllambQoaaycs and hes the smartest dog I ever saw That so Yes last night at supper time he went into the dining room and set the table My sister has had three husbands all named William Shes a wonder isnt she uNo shes a Bill collector She left her last husband You mean Will Smith Yes Theres something fun ny about it too What She wasnt dead and she left a Will Ed Rice hiss a horso thats a bright animal He has Yes last night Ed was riding the horse and he passed a bride and groom in a hack What do you suppose that horse did I dont know Tell us what he did He threw Rice Denver Post A LONG TIMEIn the service of a certain committee of the Senate the Chairman of which is a Southern Senator is a certain ca pable young stenographer and typewriter in addition to the clerk of the committee One day the Chairman missing the very capable stenographer inquired of tue clerk where he was uRe is not here today sir re sponded the clerk His father is dead Some days later the again ask ed for the missing employer only to receive the same reply from the clerkHe not here today sir His father is dead The Chairman said nothing but looked very interested- A full week thereafter the head of the committee for the third time inquired as to the where abouts of the stenographer In reply the clerk began the usual announcement uHe is not here today sir His Will you kindly advise me interrupted the Chairman with alarming suavity whether that young man intends to stay away from his duties all the time his llarpersWeekly SOUVENIRSA visitor calling on an Irishman who had the credit of being a lively heckler at political meetings said Whats that Mike that you have in the glass case Oh thats the brick I got agin my head at the last elec tionOh And whats that little flower on top of it for Thats the flower from the grave of the man that threw it London News NEW NAME FOR THE MUSEUM It had been a strenuous after non for the devoted teacher who took six of her pupils through the Museum of Natural History but her charges had enjoyed every minute of the time Where have you beenboys asked the father of two of the party that night and the answer came back with joyous prompt ness Weve been to a dead circusmNew York Tribune womanshappiness that she didnt marry her ideal Political machines are ed to harvest graftI in d- Oi w1T t to- JL1 rw l f r a rIJ AiiMI1 jliIo lIIi It ANOTHER SOFT ANSWERIl- am glad to say remarked Mrs ngm nded in an insinuating- tone that my husband is not a sporting man Oh replied Mrs Kafiyppe looking very sweet and innocent Im surprised to hear you say that I have always supposed that he must have won you on a bet ChicagoRecordS- ATANS RELATIVE Jones cameIfor bringing about his reform One morning early she wrapped herself in a sheet pulled a pillow over her head and stepping into the hall just as Jones entered thundered in awful tones I am the devil Shake ol man said Jones Im brotherinlaw o yours married your oldes sisther Womans Home Companion WRONGFULLY ACCUSED The principal of the school was talk ing to him about his boy Wipedunksheabout Jerry hes ambidextrous I dont see how that can be replied Mr Wipedunks with ris ing indignation he haint never been exposed to it Besides he was vaccinnated last year we bathe him regular every weekand his mother always makes him wear a little bag of assafitity tied around his neck Some of the other boys has been lyin on him GOOD ENOUGH FOR HIM There is a colored preacher Mobile who has no sympathy with the modern doctrines of some of his white brethren One Sunday evening after preaching a long sermon bearing upon the good oldfashioned re ligious ideas the divine paid his compliments to the newfangled religion in no uncertain terms Finally he pounded the pulpit andwound up with An bredden I wish to say when all is said and done the hell of my fathers is good enough for me OUT OP His REACH A Sena tor from a Central Western State sought an interview with the President asking him to appoint to a foreign Consulate an appli cant to whom the Senator was in some way bound but who was heartily disliked by reason of his seekingfavorsWhere do you want him sent the Senator was asked At this the Senator took a step or two to the center of the room where stood a large globe Put tingone arm around it as far as he could reach the Senatorsaid myfingerthereHarperSWoek1y HAROLD SLOW Sam Small the reconverted evangelist said in Atlantathe other day I believe in religion 4f the oldfashioned kind New famgled creeds and bizarre faiths repel me There is safety in thold rut after all Thus Bcnow a cemetery where all the inscriptions being ccfaven tional remain intact But one a bizarre inscription has beeR tam pered with and made ridiculous topHelenVance 1854 I await you Then- beneathiscarved Harold Vance 1889 Here am I At the base of the inscription some one had written He took his time Atlan ta Constitution POINTED PARAGRAPIISTrajnS- of thought should always be on timeA woman may be a votaryeven if she hasnt a vote How can a man hope to under stand a woman when is unable to understand herself There was a time when the obese woman was the light of other days- Somehow it doesnt sound just right when a spinister asks for a match The most important events in the average mans career are his birth and death The man who thinks he serves only himself is a bond servant of his satanic majesty When a bachelor wants to make a married man angry all he has to do is whistle the wedding marchOnions and whiskey form a combination calculated to put al most any happy home outof com missionA who has been married five times says he has reasons to believe that Solomons wisdom was acquired by association with his numerous mothersinlaw Chicago Daily Ne- wsJudith of the Plains By MARIE MANNING Author of Lord AllinShaei Bankrupt Coprngbt 903 by Harm to Drodm The subject of the discussion still sat on the edge of the bed n small lord of creation letting his women folk arrange among themselves who should minister to his wnnts As nn Instrument of torture the washcloth In the hands of his sister Judy was no Ignoble rival of the cactus thorn The question of making terms for his suf ferings again appealed to him In the light of a feasible business proposition Jliivvy tnut I have the apple hurts mo a lot when she wathes y taco wis soap Yes you can have the apple honey anti Tully you be gentle with him Doiit rub his features up and be careful anti dont mt soan In Ills eves Nom An3 uiiy EeroiValiy stifled Topekcls i 1t t J I Ol mlhonb I m were easier tasKs Wan wasnsng UtPrtae of her younger brother When Topeka and her mother were nlone In the kitchen Toiwkn grinding tilt coaYo and nil unronadously work lug her Jaw In nn accompaniment to the coffee mill her mother bent over her nail snltlIDid you dream of anything last nightTqptka simultaneously stopped work Ins the cofTee mill and her jaw and rlgardiMl her mother solemnly She did not remember having been thus ques tioned nlxiut her dreams before Nom she answered after labori ous consldcritlon But something in her mothers face held her Youre sure you didnt dream noth- Ing Yes maw theydcnmetlJim said lit dreamed he had a pup Was that all Think hard Topeka Topeka held the handle of the coffee mill In her band Tier Jaw continued to work with the labor of her mental process Ive thought hard maw and all he told was about the pup Allda went back to her bedroom and again Mt the brown bureau Whats the matter with me anyhow Its tho loncsoinenefw nnd they belli agin Jlni countryshard youngJimvalor In presenting a brave face to his ablution and Tudlth the reward of her skill the evidence of which almost pre vented the young martyr from smllinrf wiillc he enjoyed his treat their moth er teut them nil to play in the canyon She told them not to come home till she pliorkl come for them anti If any ono should ask about their father to say that be was away from home And this as well as the mystery of her father getting ills Sleep out roused Topekalseldom sent to the canyon to play To peka looked at her mother as she bad when questioned about the dream but there was no further confidence be tween them You do as your sister Topeka tells you nnd remember what I said about your papa Allda said to the younger children Jim and Judy fclasped each others bands In mute compact at tho edict Their sister Topeka had a real genius for authority They were mind ed all too well when she swayed the maternal scepter vicariously Alldn made fresh coffee for Jim when the children had gone She made it carcf lly There was this morning un consciously about each little thing that she did fohlm the solemnity cf nfu ncral rite Struggle as she would she could not divest her mind of the con vlctlon that what she did this tiny she IUd for the lead She would go to the iloor and listen to his breathing and tell herself that she was a fool then rrriny her hands nt tho remembrance ftbedrenmAs half waking she beard him nnnd curse the cattlemen with oaths that made her glad she bad sent the children from home Then she bent over blni and wok him from his uneasy slumber Jim dont you want mo to bathe your head And heres come nice hot coffee all ready for you Jim woke slowly to a realization of his troubles anti his blessing His wire was bathing his head with lauds that trembled Not always d she greeted lila Indiscretions with srh lov lIng forbearance lie noticed I Ugh waking faculties were over keen that ier facoSvas pale n i usht cncdvnnd Hbat her eyes in lila held a dUKb measareless artc What are yon babying jm forBut his roughness did not deer her woman wita He was not getting the lecture be anticipated awl this wi lila way of showing that hf w m barrassed by her kindness Th worn Ing unllght was pitilessly fro in Its IFJiat ore you babying me for exposure of the grim pinch of poverty in the mean little room but the woman was unconscious of these thing what she saw was that Jim the reckless Jim the daredevil terror of the coun try Jim who had married and set tied with her into bomekeeplng respect ability Jin who bad struggled with misfortune nnd fallen bad young as he was lost every look of youth that hope had gone from hIs dull eyes and that bis face had become drawn until the deaths heed grinned beneath the scant padding of flesh But he was today as always the one man In theI world for her In making n world of their own and reducing their parents to supplementary consideration their children whom she hilt sent away that she might be alone with him had given a different quality to the love of this pair that had known sa many curious vicissitudes The responsibilities of parenthood had placed them on a ten derer as well as a securer footing and as she saw his age ami weariness ho recognized lies and both felt a self accusing twinge Thatsa blamed good cup of coffee lie said by way of relieving the ten aba that had crept Into the situation Any one would think yon was settin your cap for me stead of us being married for years Allda signed Its better to end than to begin like this she paid In the faraway voice of one who thinks nloullITiy did you say emiT Ho saw that her eyes were full of tears and chafed her You aint thinking of divorcing me like Mountain rink done Bosky Oh Jim she Multi nnd her taco was all uqulvcr I never wild divorce you no matter what you done Anti then the grim philosophy of the plains woman asserted itself J never cna understand why women feed their nrlde on their hearts blood It neverJ rr = L J 1 i Is- r If i NAlit-v was Iny way Id0jlie Old not like torcmembertnat had given her cause for n 1 Theres n lot of women its 1rouldnCf exactly regard mo ns a Merino oieA Southdown either He gulped ifcoffee to ease tho tightness in his i throat Theyd be women of no jndgment then she said with conviction Jims head was tilted bock resting Mi tho palm ot his hand His profile fcbnrpened by anxiety more titan sag gested his quarter strain of Slaar blood He might almost liare been old Chief Flying Hawk himself as ho look ed steadily at the woman who bad been a young girl and reckless when bo had been a boy and reckless wh6 had paid her womans penalty and come into hir womans kingdom will had made a man of him by the mystery of her motherhood and who had uncomplainingly gone with hhA kite I the wilderness and become an alien J and nn outcast Itpq These things uDIannedhlm 4s tUr tight of the gallows ODd the rope torft 1fiRrousbness of a tongue Icshlng The color bS4 ifll gone out of hIface She gaspedvtho words IJ JJim I it last night Tb 71came for youl j1Did 4ISYes tho children woke them benotsIIYou mustnt let omst come The ro It right to We didnt get It old girt The children gave it ioff+ faced him Yes yes but we want them to it from the start like1 good folks They looked into each others ey + The memory of dead and gone mad ness twinkled there n mompnt thenf each remembered You must hurry Jim You havent a moment to lose I dreamed it wu to be tonight theyll come tonlgbtr The games all up old girl If 1 had a month I couldnt get away Mprrf sons been looking for me over t Owl Creek range neeback Stevens jtold me yesterday Hell be beading bere soon The price on my bend b at strain on frl m8Vjrv Have the sbtHfimeu MO back 4 1your v Yes curse them t A thv and doU lars Is big money nndUervbadhard luck 1They deserve It I hope evcrr In the state dies of scab There wasnt a scabby sheep in otir bunch What n sight they were load ed with tallow There wasnt one of them that couldnt have weathered a ftheirShe tried to divert his attention from his lost hock When he beglnxla talk about them the despair ofhJsXlp i drove him to drink She was groanS between the millstone of his on staying If he stayed they wouUTttJinej Iforhlmj if ho went they would apprefj bend him before bo was ten miles from the house Jim we pot to think If 1er8S if 11 chance In a thousand that ou can gt t away you got to take it It there ak the children mustnt taowJKfusoHs tTbftre aint a chance In a thousand old gbrl There aint one in a millibar Theyre circling round in tIle bills out there now waitin for me lIke but ShorseShe rocked herself and the clutch Ing fingers left white marks oa her face ftlallThen there nlnt nothing left but tt i r LITbatsbeen gvlhg an opinion on a raattr1it it which he had no Interest 7 fThen there aint no use In oor tiavj Ing any more talk about IU 1 Taln Just what youd call an agreeable subject be answered with p a sinister humor of the frontlersmani IdeathhimtheEwero J iIticIpateddemonstrative nftrital routine Do you want yonf Jrenkfa f nAnda desire to wring the heck of a yoang broiler and cook It for his breakfast remembering that She had beard tbejc gave folks pretty much what Jthey wanted when they wouldnt want It long So Jiia got his usual breakfast tomateeslsodnhim while be ate but they spoke ii4 more of them or of how soon 1theyj might be expected She told him that young Jim bad pretended bai morn jfootdried apple And old Jim in an ixrc of parental fondness and pride sit The little liar hell get to congress yet I But the children were n dangerous topic for oTerstralneU nerves at this particular time EO AUdit told Jim that she bad put the black ben to set and she thought theyd bavo Ome chickens tat last Jim smoked whUeAlIJa wlUlhj ed the dishes and when Jims back was turned she examined the lock on tho door A good push would open it Then she looked at the brown bureau and tIle recklessness of despair carat Into her eyes In the room beyond Jim r was reading a two weeks old news I i paper and smoking He looked lIke a lazy ranchman taking hIs ease L- As sho went about her tp or tasks that morning Allda notic as she had never noticod the A sunbeam camo through or less window of the and quivered on theh7oua live thing She this and in tho color c t C was red like blood r iandand their slimy bedr willows like Irange cattle bellovf lanti the parched e 4 neath the sun thai house like a flamUT t he sank Mho bcDllthtf V Owl to V human power of 4sss vTO flK v v r TIIES i does yc i ncatr jj j Y 4r i it J lo F t 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