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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a 4 i 1J7 f iy l t 1L r t P 1r t r i 1 Ii J si qtisat4 fi t 3I jP h bt II mingnille utroaktf v l 1 P H H re St VOL XXVIII JDWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JAN 3 1907 i NO 25 ixREMQVED THE wofupstairroomc r N Young at the corner of TWterson and Henry streets j new1hsrneJr BallBand rubbers are teod bj Brotlier gwirant r A hard freeze snow rain fog andmud characterized the weath j erfesult Christmas week hildItMay Daughertys home Friday 4iftcrnw A7 t DENT The mails on the t u are so regularly be i IstheyareJ N0TIcEI will possitively eh r vfqrce the city ordinance against throw r T rbage on th6 streets Ion t youJDIED Jessie the 6yearold f Daughter of Kirby Idrick and Wyoming died o- ft3neaies andpneumonia Thursday r was buried at the Atch isoiigraveyard SatUrdayc1nT WoEcoNoNIcALMSterllngp er with advertising circulars for countyATiibibperand more effectivcd INSURANCE Insure your propI erty in Continental Fire ace Co ofN Y First to pay and first to finish paying at i3nrj1nil 1 iS etsI l1 r t L t L Agtd Vv tFriday aUlng I a i on Milla livert 3 j i lewasdriv I d The mule t r 4 ing slipped J rOt breaking tt It irC Wlec I T v Ii J 111 L1t a 4iidlii taQJ1i d nu litttt away PTrV Ii cOt11 4iihid6wellto Jugs uitil well outpf rs therisarega1ars iieiiear of vehicfesbY kirig the stuff that c A ojnebria g t Tirtch v m Mrs Carrie house 1 slate Avenue to the house of 1g David Ratliff on the McTn Arthur Ftry ttirnpikeS Jiis handsome pew residence in ly Westcndoftwn John Gillon t and wife have moVed into the p liouse vacated by Byron they wn ngl ADVERTISED LTEnsLetoters addressed to the following remained uncalled for in the Ow ingsviHe pstfficeDe 31 1906 of partieS calling for same willtease say adveitised E M Jo it 2 Es yDo son A3Xetr2 Sam Moore Mrsr Mary li aMrs Lee Kerns iWarri ITftTntbli r 3ABNESPM BLACK SPERITS AROUND They do say that there was a power of black sperits around throughout the county duringthe Iolidays causing folks to do whats thy bdbtnt to dband done things theyought to do Whence said black sperits came thereAwrpm our unprohibitioned n vbor town MdREWEDD1NGSThe follow i ing hftye been licensed towed re cently Acia Gjffln4 and Miss Lydia Hattbri of near Preston J M Hamilton of lenifee arid Miss NannieLSeMc Cartyvpf Bath Millard Jonee son of John Jd Jeiw ahi MiwjReddie Ginter dwihtiof ni C Ginter all spf nearPreston Turner Carpenter and Mrs Mary Ca penterof near Preston w John Perry an Mrs Rebecca Moore JOB PRlOTltiG RemehibbV that Tk OtprLpOiC is prepared to print 84s noteheads labels bilibeI envelope cards r- etceipt invitations and llsQrtS fjbiiiiheiie Stationery on the tj tockiiit at the most i jk ionaH r prices Compare our Irkwith t1 e out by any 1w oSeeand you will find it L stersdodgerSj1itz p dthlirbLnksJ 1 hh r f c7Jtt J r J t JIl tt jJ t b4 o ot t i Iol diY t 0 J J t t n tri 7J I t ii4sii t r l tos trff 7i i ia J P r t1Jf 0 J f 1 if i1 1 4 PERSONAL Col P M Goodwin was in Mt Sterling Friday a Judge J W Lane was at thedWinchester tobaccomeeting day Scott Goodpaster went to at end his medical college at Louis ville Tuesday Miss Lucile Collins of Rich mend Ky is the guest of Miss 11ICarlisle last week J L HeSs of Carlisle is ing a few days with his motheril Mrs Nannie Hess Bataille Sharp and Allie Thomp BownFrank Williams of Nebraska formerly of Moores Ferry is in a visit to relatives Omar Barber returneu to Lou isville iir a visit to IeICdayRoll Ratliff and wife of WinCwere guests of his Babe and wife the past week H Walter Coyle v rand Mrs of SlicameJames L c ns spent Tues olVednesday of last week F1ends near Flemingsburg Iuke P Hampton after a visV So1sturdayriS C Bascom Jr and wife of a spent from Wednes ay till Monday with AW Bas com and wife RhdtArthJessi Walden wife and moth erer er a isitto Elder Robert a lland wife went home Dan U iday YItrt t Uuo1er wee I Airs Ms father Mr Dal tl of MoorefiQld of jftnciiJoShe lul11 ibltObnow on crfch come up town Tuesday but the mud vaS to muiih to tacklehCharley Donaldson thpentis ioJudgeable to be out Saturday afterti confinement to his room for soy eral days with a crippled leg Album Shrout came home from Knoxville Tenn to spend Christ as with his parents Ben Fdhrout arid upper AshtMr and Mrs George Durant iJIllMr and Mrs George P Johnson f near Sharpsburg The Herald says Chas E Vanceburg former Representn tive from the BathRowan dis iict and living at Morehead will Plo ablymove to Lexington toh John C Atchison and wife of A Moores Ferry who had been vis ting their Uncle Albert Wright and wife on Flat Creek were pleasant callers at this office TuesdayTes Mrs Martha Kennedyof Farmers spent the sonJinllvrElder Robert Mt Campbell xin i wife went to Lexington FridayI attend the wedding of the fOrn ers niece Miss Mary Virginia Hagerman to Dr Watson ofChi cago Saturday night John Judy and wife of Mt Sterling Robt Judy and wife of SharpsburgV were guests of A N Crooks and wifeFriday Miss s Bettie and Nannie Saunders of Sharpsburg were with Mrs Crooks from Friday until Mon day I Miss Eva McKi ivan went Tuesday to he with her sister Mrs Voris Vahlandingham at Sadieville Her brother John McKinivan of west of town and sister Mrs John W Shrout oJ Roes Run were with her last week Give us your order now for statements In H T BELL DEADDrr- i Ijlorace T Bell aged 65 years nearjSh 1Mr and MPore3ej i 1 4A 6 MRS ELIZABETII E BROWNS DEATH After an illness of some weeks with a cold and a bronchi affection Mrs Elizabeth Elcan r Brown died at midnight Fri ay Dec 28 at the home of her son Thos H Brown in this town Her decease was partly due to he infirmities of old age she be in in her 87th The body was YearImorning to the ter Mrs S P Carpenter in Flem ingsburg and the funeralwas eld Sunday at ten oclock a 30th services being conJ ucted by Elder Homer Carpen ter and Rev J T Sharrard The interment was made in the Flem Cemetery by the side of the grave of her first husband Thompson Brown The pallbeareers were James Grain rice Samuel Grain J VatI awson Garvin Grain T S An drews Henry Grain John WtHeflin D D Sousley Hendrick W H Barksdale Deceased was a daughter of Wm Grain and was born at Flem Station the pioneer stockade in Indian times in Flem coinly on Nov 8 1820 The rams v nme from Virginia and in Mason and Fleming in early days Three miii brothtra married tlirejGrain sisterb cousins in ilisboro ncigr borhood and many their descciuiart live in Ma on Fleming and Bath countiesLWm Grain reared a eleven children out of thirteenofLwhom there survive Grain of Grains Mrs S P CarEpenter of Flemingsburg Mrs Sarah of Lees MoIMiss Elizabeth E Grain was mar ed in 1844 Thompson Brown merchant of Flemingsburg Three sons and a daughter wereTborn to them all still living Jacob F Trumbo of Mt SterSling Ky W J Brownof oss county Obfo Jas H Brown Yuma Arizona T H Brown BanldnSfCoOwingsville fact is that Mrs Browns death Ws the first in her immediate S1bandm second time to Lewis Markwt Fleming cqunly in 1866 Lut separation tdok place soon IShea i1Terlife iShej wasia anemberorj ChurebtLandaafteqvardam i afeMt Sterling ladyesteemedbYhertacqua the sympathy man in- eir lossJCHISTI AS WEDDINGS ns differ as to whether there really be tootnuch of a good saidthe old lady but when folks put razberry jam on batter cakes and sugartree mo lasses I think its too much of a good thing Some folks may similarly about a wedding uring the Christmas holidays ut evidently that view is not en by many ofthe folks and especially by those mentioned Incidentally it may be remark ed that Elder B H Ross is mak ing a record as the local marry ing parson for he officiated t allof these Simpson McCarty and Miss Fannie Rice both of Cave Run married by Elder Ross at is home about noon Friday Dec 2L David Moore son of David Moore and Miss Lillie Toy daiigh ter of Thomas Toy all of Flat Creek were married by Elder Ross at his residence about two clock m Christmas day Jas oy and Miss Minnie Foley were tendants iVfipton Pieratt son of Mrs Lou Pieratt of this town and Miss Trumbo daughter of George Trumbo of White Oak were married by Elder Ross at his res Sidence about 930 oclock Christ night Weldy Staton son of Weldy Staton and Miss Carrie Warner of Salt Well neighborhood were married by Eldet Ross at his home about three oclock p m Wednesday Dec 26 Allie Reynolds and Miss Annie Staton were attendants Joseph Vice and Miss Lottie Hawkins were married by Elder Ross at his home about23Qp m Thursday Dee 27 Clay Henry and Miss Clara Hawkins were the attendants HW N1 Corbin son of James R C o bin arid Miss Clara Hardin daughter of Mrs Tolliver Don aldson and her first husband all of lower Flat Creek were mar ned by Elder Ross at the home Tolliver Donaldson about four Oclock p m Thursday Dec 27 Carl Norris and Miss Effie Snell ipg were theattendants ames McCarty son o Grann is6n McCarty of near Knob Lick and Miss Motie Purvis daughter of Mrs Mary Purvis of Slat Creek east of town were married by Elder Ross at his home Fri dayt Dec 28 about 1 oclock p llyde Bailey son of Marsh Bailey df north of town and Mis MollicGoodpaster daughter r I J f NaybrsNorris and Miss Nina Coyle were married by Elder Ross at his SundayDec NEW YEARS DANCE Thedancing element of town society bytheMonday night at the Courthouse theNewthebodydred and Six was a caution to giddy old years tottering to their gravesNesbitts famed Orchestra corn CaseyConner degreeinspiredpriate melodies and other con of sweet sounds best fitted o put spring into the steps and joy into the hearts of the dancers Beginning about 8 oclock two steps waltzes and other fashion able dances kept the couples moving with slight intermissionsun til the New Year was born and continued until the infant Nine teen Hundred and Seven was a Justy yoangster occupying the calendar all to himself and re- oicing in his age of one hour and fifteen minutes Those dancing were Misses aila Secrest of New York City Kydnaillian Daugherty Louise Gud ell May Shrout Bertha Botts mily Lacy Mary Lane Walter Mae Ratliff Stella Dawson ByronMasonGudgell John Peters Scott Good paster Alex Conner BanktfThompson Heury Hopkins Mr and Mrs Ford yShroutSUNDAYSCHOOL PARTY In honor of Crass No 8 One oflA the most enjoyable of the holiday byMis TheIi UKfcitd throughout H 1tivastienthat otted to licrlo ntiful sour cecf f sltptSlstmg 1 jf s Juelda Conner Minnie preic1edtable and Miss Hattie Secrest helped Mrs Conner to make it an altogether most enjoyable cv ning Those who participated in Mrs Conners hospitality were Misses Lolft Secrest ofNew York Lucile Collins of Richmond Lil an Daugherty Walter Mae Rat liffr Nannie Dawson Lottid Atch- Ison May Shrout Julia Elliott Louise Gudgell Dudley Botts Mary Lane Edna Byron Carrie Nixon Messrs Duke Hampton of New York Glenn Perry Sherman Goodpaster Leslie Shrout Joe Conner Alex Goodpaster Ratliff lane Mason Botts Jouett Byron Coleman Elliott CHRISTMAS TREE The Christmas tree given by the Peytons Lick school and Sundayschool Christmas eve at Peytons Lick Church was quite a success The program consisted of an address y Ernest Crouch of the Sundays prayer by Chas Brooks s Christmas Chimes by the choir Then followed recitations by the pupils then the song Volunteers by choir The solo Golden Christmas Bells sung by Miss Nellie Mann closed the exercises The gifts were distributed by Santa Claus to the amusement of all present especially the little folks Each pupil of the school and Sundayschool received a gift and the teacher generously friends of the district CONTRIBUTED MASONIC LODGE ELECTION Bath Lodge No 55 F A M made itS annual election of offi cers last Thursday as follows Arthur Byron Master IW Jones Senior Warden Mark Donaldson Junior Warden S D Thompson Secretary John A Ramsey Treas ur L 0 Kimbrough Senior Dea con Thos Purvis Junior Deacon C W Honaker Tyler R Gud gell Press Barnes and J J Nes bitt Finance Committee John Gudgell and W W Penix Stewards MoRmrqR4iNBowA- bow rain early in the morning is enough of a rarity to be mentioned A beautiful one about 3 oclock Monday morning gave Warning of bad weather to fol lowrOneof its ends came to the ground in a bluegrass pasture just north of High street indicating a potof gold in the earth The gold is there all right even if it does take a ci op of tobacco to brhitit r1 It t44t 7t 4t LAST dIANOffi In order to make the closing month of the year THE BEST usuallylowmens womens and childrens underwear rain coats gloves articlesNowfore sizes are broken No matter what the prices of others may b- eYOU CAN CET IT FOR LESS AT GILLONS REDUCTION II Money Saved is Money Made Here is your chance to save money In order to rCluCII11CldiJu out ou- russtewiil telhe prices doftetoriye x i thsm so on ioiii r 1 glijJLlvnJr V J LQ H ilf J l ik iPi df 0 t t DRESS GOODS ALSO 50 pair of pants at less than cost rot ofmens hats and caps at onehalf price Lot of ladies shoes size and at less I than cost j and many other things in which you will find BARGAINS Get busy and come and see loiiyoui- selfSLESSERS SCHOOL EXERCISES MrsCalla Jacksons school at Kendall Springs closed Friday Dec 21 with an entertainment which waS enjoyed by An interesting- program carried out with much credit to both teacher and pupils Elizabeth Hart Judith Carpenter and Calla Jackson haying completed the common school course passed an oral examination on branches The examina tion included over five hundred questions which were answered with an ease that showed that the young ladies knew what they were talking about They were each awarded d medal Prizes were also awarded to Sallie GreenBertie Ginter Emma Cray craft Vertn6r Ginter and Emma Carpenter in the history class Willie Belcher Tom Craycraft- Walter Craycraft Emma Cray craft Bertie Ginter and Vertner Ginter also received a present from their teacher they being the only pupils Who had been pres cnt every day during the term A large crowd present and the of attention given throughout the exercisesCONTRIBUTED The Ball Band rubbers the best For sale by Brother Brother Keep ydur feet dry BuyJSall1 Band rubbers atBrothcr ors i fa In The Pocket Owings ville Ky 3 4 7 all was all was was are NOTICE wingsville Bath Countv Ky December 29th 190GThe County Assessor W D Baily has decided to await the meeting of the County Board ol Supervisors to list for taxation all mortgages and land notes The Board will meet Monday Jan 7 There was considerable trouble for the Assessor to secure a full and complete list of mortgages and notes at the time other property was listed as so many persons were holders out side of the county Several coun ty assessors of the State have decided to take this action Holders of mortgages and landnotes will be required to appear before the County Board of Supervisors and valuetheir mortgages andsay as to whether they have had any mort gages or land notes released This is a new law and causes the Assessor considerable trouble So all holders of same will duly take notice W D BAILEY Assessor of Bath County POSTOFFICE CHANGES The postoffice at Odessa was discontinued January 1 the patrons of the office will have to get their nFOn February 1 the postoffices at Craigs and Forge Hill will be discontinued and the patrons will be supplied by the new Owings yule RF D No 3 which I be established on that date t lv r 0 J k lii I JdJr BUGGY ROBESf Oil pJ i f I 1 i o Ansra v 1 HORSE BLANKETS iwf iI have a special low price on Buggy Robes and Horse Bfonkefd T Jt for this month Come and see the largest Iin2 of BuggyRobes and the lowest prices EUCENE MINIHAN OWINGSVIUE w it l 1I r FURNITURE 4 ol 1 AND UNDERTAKING t f We Edward L Barnes of OwingsviUe and Wm R Pcters Jrttr 1 tJi lately of Bethel have associated ourselves to engage iu tI furni4 cJ soicitSee us before buying olsewhero Embalming done on tl tnv1 tprinciples of the art All calls met promptly day or night d BARNES PETERS l inThe UWnlgsvlle K1S BACKET mWL Everything for Everybou For Cash1 OOty Calico per yd Sispeid i9151K5Lpr 10 CqmL Coiibs Back Cbmbte 1015 rush Wt25 lOcitilCombSets 101 ScrubBruhe GalvnizedWtrPls242O1815dUmbrelIich Safety Pirs pdozen 4r E1ghtL1r Cltcs ach tlt2 1thPipcrutto per dozen 5 Steel iry Pans 15i 1QtOC Hamncr Soua per Pratts Poultry Pood t 9liSo ar JI Cand io gt4f gg lat nrC f4II i44 a1Ji L I t 1 t L t h p c is r 5c h s r 9t 1 l t Da n h i a ap er lb fL if j L r T U FOR r iotATTJS- OreeJled nmpndi lptt r Cannel CLiiViiteY ROSE RUN IRON C0f OLYMPiA KENTUCKY tii1 t 1 THE HERALD ti 1 tLEXINGTON t 1V 1 iaBMMaMHBBaaBMHIBB 2lLEADINC DEMOCRATIC PAPER l CENTRAL KENTUCKY v t 500to January i 1908 5Q Jt rThis is a special bargain offer that we are making to the daily lJ 1 newspaper readerS of Kentucky the regulr yearly subscripi tttion price being 600 which will be in effect 1afterJanu i i tlrary 10 1907 Iyou would like to see a copy of i4j before subscribing write us for free sample copy l THE LEXINGTON HERALD COMPANY l i if1 LEXINGTON KENTUCKYfiror ti1 FOR RENTOR SALEMy 191acre farm 3 miles south of Sherbunie on the East Fork turnpike for money rent or for saleif I can get a buyer 40 acres for corn and tobacco 8 acres in wheat 12 for oats 30 in meadow balance in grass 2 dwelling hous es 2 tobacco barn good orch ards DI HHENDRIX hllresp it Pocket l 1f ic7 I P AaIilid 4 Prescription Druggist arc ri s p Notions t- IFsh Confectioneries I Fresh Vegetables U odsDelivered prothIy Telephone No S OwINasvIT E R 4gItjdifficuIt for wom make a ioliargo farthorthan the the nearest bargain cuukr 4 1 Ik it f o i Mrd a t i iWh d 1 AI 1 W 7c dJ JVT iwrr 1 7 j f Tjit r I Ao iL OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY Fashions In Women There are fashions not only In wom ens clothes but In women themselves A certain style of woman becomes the vogue Lydia Languish reads senItimental novels dissolves In k moments notice and finds elope t mont a necessary spice for marriage A century later Lydlas clinging typo I goes outwlth legomutton sleeves and the athletic girl takes the cen ter of the stage with her short skirt her long stride and her loud voice Ae dominant note of the early twen tleth century woman Is her ability to be Interesting Be she plain or beau tlful blonde strawberry or bru nette she must be pleasant To listen well is not enough she must have a Quick wit and a clever tongue which should be kind as well The dull the quiet the simpering are out ot fashion and even the athletic Kid must look to her laurel lest the en 1tertalnlng one prove her successful rival with the exacting sex One mod Iemfreak of the mode deserves soon pass away remarks the Youths 1ItO The modern woman re ifusesto grow old At first sight that 1 seems a worthy ambition But with irttt the banishment of caps and shoulder tcapes something of the gentleness grace and wisdom of old age has also been lost In place of those lovely ac a 4companlmenta of advanced years wo I find other things which make their I bearer a nondescript travesty ol 4 youth whose hat complexion and conduct are as gay as they are unbo I coming Somebody once said that f the finest thing God ever made was a beautiful old woman It behooves us not to let her dignity and calm Iherpoise sagacity and charm go out of fashion IThe Ute Uprising f JPersons familiar with real Indian f uprisings have been amused at the 3amount of attention attracted to the attempted migration of 300 I r Utes from their reservation In Utah to more fertile land in Wyoming It could hardly be called an uprising in pc the old sense says Youths Compan Jon The Indians had no warlikeI pma a pose They were simply place of residence where it will be possible to get food It Is 15 years r since there has been anything which can properly be called an uprising nd that culminated in the fight at Wounded Knee S D in 1890 The campaign of Gen Miles for tie cap I ture of Geronlmo In 1886 was really the last serious conflict between the whites and the red men To go far ther back troops were called out at I the time bfthonassscre f the Meek er family by the White river Utes In 1879 and the Sioux and Cheyenne Sr were so troublesome in 1876 that they I i 4 fhad to be attacked 1m the campaign j Which resulted in the Custer massa i fPcre These were crave disturbances t oronife1lana n51si andIft v cu land that the red man t who has any disposition to take tot the warpath has practIcajflsa1 peared arof5ing t r all the undergraduates JmAKierica should be placed in one roam and tested by a common exam d inatlon oa the supposedly familiar stories of tho Old Testament such Instances aa Adam Eve and the Gar I den of Eden Noah Samson David 5 and Gollah Moses and Pharaoh the results would be a magnificent con 5it tribuUon to American humor No ji doubt And a great many graduates w and other persons who pride them rl 55selves on a liberal education might safely be Included in the list of ignor amuses on the subject There is a vast amount of Ignorance concerning r5 the greatest book that was ever pub I lulled a Tho Michigan supreme court has ySS decided that the evidence submitted phoaograph Is admissible The i question was raised in a cise where t i a hotel proprietor was trying to t Sprove how the value of his property d t had been diminished by the prox imity ot a railroad and the blowing carsIwon the case We n believe the admission of such evi i dence to be a novelty Higher courts 4 might overrule the decision Imagine y says the Utica Observer if you can the supreme court of the United States listening to a phonograph- 4 t The wife of a Cincinnati minister thasrecently been voted a salary by minI 4 er s w e as a earns everything t 5I she gets and then half of the time Ishedoes not get It says the Minneap el oils Journal The ClnclnnaU example SAIs worth thinking about Having seen several of the new winter hats we cant find it In our a heart exclaims the Topeka Capital to criticise Hetty Green for sticking i to her old one I c A vaudeville performer In New 32 York allows an automobile to run If r c over blmH9 differs from the rest of us in having some option in the J matterS t a A Binghamton man says that h has solved the riddle of the sphinx b 5jbut perhaps he will realize that he after he gets sober lII Kindness to the Just is never lost 1says Plautus And it Isnt a bad Idea Sto stretch itto a large dog for ex l ji ample 4l A New York woman dropped four is Ito aces to chase a burglar You never J vcan tell what a woman will do r v f i Vfcere Is no mystery In all humani it ty like the mystery of genius re l Iof r cmarka the New York Sun rl I1 J After an marriage Is a trial any t Irr way and Mrs Parsons simply wants J rj tcut it short f ftJi i i Washington resumed its floating 4ipoVulaUoa and baa intermittent to H k St t rfj dPaS I 1 I t I t 11I t ftr i 1 oijrJ1i tI Pr1Jt1 i MjI Jti f 4 I k t 6 J i j I i JS 110 ar t IN ARty UNIFORM BLACKS SHOT UP STREET CAn NEAR Aft MY P QT ANOTHER SNARL IN DISPUTE Now Waging Between Foraker and Roosevelt Fourteen Cavalrymen Were Arrested Leavcnworth Kan Dec GAa the result of a street car riot here started by a negro soldier refusing to pay his fare 14 cavalrymen mostly members- of the 9th cavalry are said to have been placed under arrest President Roosevelt has been apprised of the affair The trouble coming as It does while the controversy over the discharge ot the negro troops concerned In the Brownsville Texas affair Is tile absorbing topic owing to the different light In which It Is viewed by Presi dent Roosevelt and members of the United States senate and Is liable to result In more complications The trouble occurred on a car between Leavenworth City and the fort Fifteen or 20 soldiers Including both whites and blacks according to report engaged In a freeforall fight In which several shots were fired and some of the windows In the car smashed Negro Would Not Pay Conductor F L Drown who was In charge of the car says that the trouble arose over tho refusal ot a colored trooper to pay his faro or get off Tho negro became abusive and struck tho conductor A general fight followed In which tho white soldiers came to the aid oCthe street car menThe negro troopers wore finally ejected from the car In retaliation several shots were fired and stones thrown through the windows of the car Two women and four civilians were aboard the car which was crowded owing to the fact that It was the last car from the downtown district to the fort During the melee the motorman locked himself In the front vesti bule leaving the conductor to be badly beaten up by the negro soldiers before the white troopers came to his aid The negroes who created the dis turbance were captured early while attempting to reach their quarters at tho fort and will be courtmartialed LEMON MAILED ROOSEVELT But It Was Rushed To the Dead Letter Office Washington Dec 2GA number of things received at the local postoffice have caused considerable amusement among the clerks A mailing tube was received which was addressed to Theo dore Roosevelt and It was not hare to see that It contained a big Juicy lemon The postofflce authorities assumed the right to hold this up and it was sent to the dead letter office along Whir hundreds of postal cards which come wIthin theban ot the TJoataVfcue k and regulations 100 Horses 400 Mues Burt Atlanta Ga Dec 26A- was J tl00000 caused by which destroyed the llv stables of Harp r Bray dale Cl sl oo yards On r au Y mules whlchtt 5r ere burnedu JPaJW0 The fire is supposed to have been caused by tile overturning of a stove In the offlcu and this by the ef forts of a robberto blow the safe Murder and Suicide New York Dec 26rFollowIng a quarrel John J ORourke an electrician drew a revolver and crying Theres a Christmas present for you- fired two shots at his wife One ol the bullets struck the woman In the temple and the other In the right fore arm ORourke then turned the weapon on himself and sent a bullet into his brain and fell beside his wife Ended In Vitch Colorado Springs Col Dec 26The entire force of Japanese laborers em ployed at the Charter Oak ranch Irrl gaUon reservoirs 15 miles south of Colorado Springs quit work because the Polish overseers name Alexander Roncevltch ended with the usual Russian termination His Throat Cut Mobile Ala Lec 2GJohn McKen tie a master plumber was found mur dered on a principal street here His throat was cut rom ear to ear the head being almuat severed from the body An old knife with blood on It was found on the sidewalk near body Gifts To the Sailors New York Dec 26 Fifteen bun dred sailors of the United States received Christmas presents from Mrs Russell Sage The gifts were all alike Simple Life calendars for 1907 tied with red cord and containing good ad vice for each month Burned To Death Milwaukee WIll Dec 26Mlss Ella Suelflow who plhjred Santa Claus was burned to death In her sisters home This Is the first time that a woman has met death In this fashion in Mil waukee although several men have been burned In other years Land Grabbing Charged Helena Mont Dec 6E Brady a prominent Great Falls lawyer has been Indicted by the federal grand Jury In this city on the charge of hav lag illegally fenced 13167 acres of public lands In Valley county Half the Churches Rebuilt San Francisco Dec 2GWlth all the pomp and elaborate ceremonial and with special music the sanctuaries of San Franctoco celebrated Christmas Half of the churches have been re built on less pretentious lines thane formerly But that was theonly change American Sailors Cause Panic Clenfuegos Dec 26 Sailors from the united States cruiser Cleveland caused a panic In a public park where a concert was going on by engaging la a fight and firing many shots The police arrested several of the sailors Priest Fell Dead Denlson Tex Dec 26Roy T K Orowley of St Patrick church when putting on bin vestments to celebrate high mass fell dead He served as chaplain to a New York regiment In the civil war and was state chaplain of the Grand Army of the Republic Mrs Blame To Wed Again Washington Deo2GMrs Jam tl O BUlne Jr formerly Miss Martha Hlchborn who rmredb divorce in South Dakota announced that she wculd soon be married to Lieut Pan ft raersaU of New York Vi f f t 1 r LEVELED BY THE EARTHQUAKE WAS TOWN OF ARICA IN PERU MANY PLACES SUFFERED Appalling Lots of Life and Awful Destruction of Property Reported In Tacna Province Santiago Chile Dec 27 Meager details reached here of an earthquake In Peru rivaling in violence the seismic upheavals which led to the frightful catastrophes In this city and Valpa raiso last August The province of Tacos Peru Is re ported to have Buffered most severely especially the town of Arlca near the seacoast half of which was destroyed Many other towns In the Immediate vicinity of Arlca suffered more or less severely though the seaport of Iqulque about 120 miles south was not damaged- In tho business portions of Arlca not a building was left standing and many of the residences wcYu razed causing an appclllng loss of life No accurate report of the dead and Injured has been received The authorities are taxed to their utmost to bury the vie titus to to care for the wounded As tho weather Is warm and there Is plenty of food for the sufferers there seems to be little destitution among the hundreds who have been forced to form ramps for shelter nay ertheless the government at Lima is hurrying troops with provisions and relief trains with surgeons to the scene With the recollection of the fall die aster fresh in their minds there Is great alarm among the people through out the earthquake zone while the in habitants of Tacna province are panic stricken fearing a recurrence of the quake at any moment The province of Tacna is regarded as the AlsaceLorraine of the southern continent It has for years been the bone of contention between Peru and Chile It contains vast nitrate depos its which were not worked until about 20 years ago To this day the rate ot the province remains unsettled and causes constant disputes between the two republics both claiming It as orig inally theirs The treaty of 18S3 stipulated that while Peru definitely coded Tarapaca to Chllo she surrendered Tacna and Arlca for 10 years at the end of which a plebiscite was to be taken the loser to receive 10000000 This plebiscite has been postponed from year to year and now Peru claims the t rUory has reverted to her Some Chilean states men have counseled that no attempt should be made to regain the prov- Inces since though rich In resources they are everlastingly threatened by earthquakes and volcanic outbursts ENRAGED TOREADOR Hurled a Javelin Into the Side of an American Boy Douglas Ariz Dec 27Ernest Le levier II son of G G Lelevler an American editor was seriously assault ed In tho Aqua Prieta building by an enraged Mexican toreador on the Mex lean side of the line The toreador hurled a punta debandarlllo Into the The Javelin I I eeded Miltod States i hjeS to again take JII what appeared to bo another revolution In Santa Clara province The Rurals in the province hav0 shown no disposition to interfere seriously with the malcontents so Gen Bell has ordered the garrisons reen forced and a regular patrol to be maintained at the danger points A Blow For Japs Honolulu Dec 27The Hawaii Medical association has proposed legls laUon requiring all applicants for II censes to practice medicine to pass the necessary examinations in English Many Japanese applicants have insist ed on their examinations being con ducted in the Japanes language Say Story is Absurd Washington Dee 27Gov Magoon at Havana cabled Secretary Taft that a Havana newspaper printed a story to the effect that Japanesf had been Intriguing to obtain control of Cuba Gov Magoon ridiculed the try and Secretary Taft also characterized It as absurd and ridiculous Distilleries To Be Visited 27SecretaryWilson and Solicitor McCabe of the depart ment of agriculture will start early in January on a tour of the distilleries ot the country to learn how whisky Is made Distilleries In Ohio Kentucky and Indiana will be among those visited Trains Collide Two Men Killed Tacoma Wash Dec 27An Inter urban train from Seattle and a work train collided a mile north of Milton near Edgewood Two persons were killed and 12 Injured The flagman who caused the wreck escaped Says Cabinet Cant Agree- Rome Dec 27 According to ad vices received at the vaUcan from Paris a strong feeling of resentment exists In the Clemenceau cabinet against the minister of public Instruction as the result of his recent circa lars on the religious question Will Sail For England HenryMortimerbassador and Lady Durand will sail for England Esmo Howard will be charge daffalres until the arrival of James Bryce the new ambassador Japs Attempt To Enter the U S El Paso Tex Dec 27Japanese- are flocking to the Rio Grande border attempting to get Into the United States Most of them are said to have been discharged from the Japanese army Flfty Tour were refused admls slon here Little Hope For Caffery condltlonDonelson Caffery who has been with acute kidney trouble took a turn for the worse and It Is now feared that he win not recover rrat Forty Years Old Birmingham Ala Dec 2iThe 20th biennial congress of the Alpha Tan Omega fraternity began here with an attendance representing almost every state In the nnlon The 40th anniver organizationThrows Bomb In Station Kharkov Dec 27An unknown traveler threw a bomb In the railway anIncomlnc ItatJctnII 1 r a HEARD MOB COMING AND COOLLY DRESSED HIMSELF AS IT PARLEVED OFFICERS PUT UNUER LOCK AND KEY By Masked Men Who Later Took Lebergs LifeAlabama Shoot Ing Scrape Pueblo Col Dec 8A special to tho Chieftain from Las Anlmas Col saysLawrence Leberg was lynched here for the murder of Henry lAvcnmeycr by n mob of masked men About 40 men entered the Jail and easily overpowered the sheriff and other officers and locked them securely In a room of the building Then the men went to the colt oc cupied by Leberg struck the shackles from his limbs and took him from the Jail A larger body of men and boys wore waiting outside and when the prisoner and his captors appeared they formed a procession and proceeded a short distance from the Jail and hanged Iceberg to a telegraph pole The eeUconfeased murderer made no re Distance and made no statement The members offered no violence and no shots wore fired during the en tire affair Before the mob reached tho Jail Le berg heard the men coming He arose from his cot dressed himself coolly and awaited them The leader of the mob made no effort to disguise him self and It Is declared that the ring leaders are known to the Jail officials NEGRO PERISHED After Seeing His Father ShotKilling- of Two Men Avenged Selma Ala Dec 28Two white men have been badly Injured two no groes killed and a third negro wound ed in a shooting scrape near Nicholas Tllle Marengo county Alexander Jones a young negro shot and wound ed another negro In a crap game Jones fled and barricaded himself in hisI houseLee Pope and Zeeke Pope white men attempted to arrest Jones when the negro opened fire wounding both A crowd of whlto men gathered and efforta were made to drive the young negro from his house Bob Jones father of Alexander tried to carry am munition to his son but was shirt dead Several negroes Joined tho besieg ing party and one negro for a reward of 5 crept up to tho house and set fire to It AIeL Jones never left the bouse and was burned to death In the flames Mexicans Killed By Yaqul Indians El Paso Tev Dee 28A spjal from Nogales Mexico says Dew are arriving here of the butchery of S party of Mexicans by Yaqul Indlal2 near Valencia 60 miles below GdII mas Eight Mexicans were killed all tent luMses burned From all accounts there were over ahundred In dians In the attacking party Tho em ployes of thtf Southern Pacific rallroa- ILrthatsc ed Itl esldjhatSI mad Y t1 to Gut dalajara DecaySprlngrleld on the Juvonll Problem before ttej Sate Teacher association JV uBodlne of Chicago declared that race deC3YIandencouraged took Issue at once with President Roosevelt In the course of his address he touched on divorce and marriage and child labor Woman Cry Started a Panic Manila Dec 28The governor of the province of Oriental Nogros has reported that 14 naUves were killed and 13 wounded In a panic at a mid night Christmas mass at Tvnjay A Woman wee seized with an epileptic fit and cried out for help This caused a stampede with the fatal result men tioned Will Discuss Jap Situation Washington Dee 28 United States District Attorney Robert F Devlin of Ban Francisco who was called to Washington for a conference regard- Ing the exclusion of Japanese pupils from San Francisco schools has arrived Mr Devlin refused to discuss the Japanese question Insurance Men Indicted New York Dec 28It was reported that the grand Jury voted Indictments against two men as a result of the insurance inquiry It was said that forgery In the third degree would be charged Thoee In a position to con firm or deny these reports refused to discus the matter Made Suicide Sure Liverpool England Dec 28The Russian consul here Col De Heimann committed suicide by shooting him self Fearing that the pistol shot would not be fatal he stabbed himself Taxies Island Threatened London Dec 28The Pembroke shire county council Is considering a proposition to levy a county rate on the Inhabitants of the island of Caldy The population of the Island Is about 70 and the Islanders have never raid any rates Engine Turned Over Houston Tex Dec 28A Gulf Col orado Santa Fe passenger train was wrecked near Somerville Tex The engine turned over fatally injuring Engineer James Sealy and Fireman Felder No passengers were hurt Black Hand Plot New York Dec 28 Announcement was made that Dr Marker G Dadlr dan is being guarded by the police as the result of a Black Hand plot The physician It is said recently received two letters threatening him with death if he failed to pay 10000 to writers Bells Promotion Washington Dec 2Slt Is announce that Brig Gen J Franklin Bell will be promoted to be a major general upon the retirement from active serv ice of MaJ Gen Lee Just relieved tram duty In the Philippines Died In Fearful Agony New York Dec 2k Mrs Charles Weeks died In the agony ot rabies at her home In New Rochelle the result of having been bitten by a pet dog The woman was so violent that it required the efforts of several of her family to hold her In bed Four Years For Banker Kansas city Dec 28 William C Anderson teller of the First National bank of this ctty pleaded guilty to embezzlement of 9000 of the banks funds and Yas sentenced to four years in the penitentiary h RIOT AT THE ARMY MANEUVER OF THE OHIO ENCAMPMENT ATTRACTS ROOSEVELT And Foraker Forces Who Are Seeklnj DataRegulars Ruthlessly Shot States Militiamen Athens 0 Doc 29The celebrated riot in this city during the mllltarj maneuvers in 1904 Is to figure In tht contest between President Roosevelt and Senator J B Foraker over they discharge of the colored battalion ol of 25th regiment because of the Brownsville shooting up It became known that bCili sides to the contra verity are securing transcripts of the records of the case In the office ol Prosecuting Attorney Israel M Foster to be used In the argument before the committee on military affairs If an tn vestigation Is ordered by the senate It will be remembered that this riot culminated In a detachment of megs ulars shooting down one ot a picket of soldiers of the state and wounding others The consequence was the sumSI moning of a grand Jury which Indicted several of tho regulars on the charg of murder At that time the war de partment appeared to side with the soldiers to such an extent as to cause public protest which went unheededj Letter of Protest An Investigation was held in which it was plainly evident that an effort was being made to throw the blame upon the militia When the Indicted soldiers wore arraigned for trial they were defended in part by representa tines of tho army This caused Con gressman Charles H Grosvenor toI send a letter of protest to Washington In which he bitterly declared that It was tho first time In history that the power of tho government was be lug used to defend and protect murderous blackguards Gen Grosvenor was retained by the state and succeeded In securing a conviction of the cul prltsIt is understood that the first ad vance toward securing the evidence and other Tecorda was made by thoso In league with Senator Foraker The purpose is to show that tho secretary of war has not according to the negro soldiers shown the same sympathetic treatment as was shown their white brethren in this city Naturally there are many who believe that Gen Gros venor may have been responsible for this latest moveRoosevelt Active Following the Inquiry on the part ot the representative of Senator Foraker came a second one from tho other side indicating that the movement had been penetrated and that tho presidents representatives were securing the evi dence to protect themselves against any surprise There Is no gainsaying the fact that at the time of the troubleS and during tho trial the public eral believed that the war departmentS was endeavoring to clear men even In face of the fact that the shooting was unprovoked and brutal In the extreme and that their act en dangered the lives of many Innocent people Of course It is to be understood that the clferge is a doublebar reled one as Secretary Taft was then In charge of tho war department SIXTEEN KILLED THIRTY HUT Snowstorm Causes Terrible Railroad Accident In Scotland Dundee Scotland Dec 29ln a railroad collision caused Indirectly by the heavy snowstorm of the last few days 16 persons have been killed and- over 30 Injured t 32 e accident occurred near Arbroath ie North British railroad between a burgh and Aberdeen and some dlbnco north of hero 5kniongandor William Black member of the house of commons The train had stopped at Elliott Junction and the danger signals were thought to have been set They failed to act however through being clogged with snow or from some other cause and an express train dashed Into the rear of the waiting train President Cassatt Expire Philadelphia Dec 29 Alexander Johnston Cassatt president of the Pennsylvania Railroad Co and one ot the formost railroad men and financiers in the country died suddenly at his residence here Mr Cassatt who was a little more than 67 years of age was stricken with heart disease and died before assistance could be given Though Mr Cassatts death was en timely unexpected his health had been bad for nearly a year The operation of the railroad In the last year Is said to have had much to do with the breaking down of Mr Cassatts health Will Not Visit Manila- Washington Dec 29Jfto state ment was made at the white house that President Roosevelt does not con template visiting the Philippines It had been reported that he contemplated a trip to Manila next summer and cable reports from that city Indi cated that there was much rejoicing orer the pOspectlve visit Ralsuil Preparing For War 29AccordlugRalsuil has refused to resign his gov ernorship has sent his harem to the dotachmentto meet the hostile forces An Iroquois Victim sufferingfor Iroquoistheater cit3diedDenial About Hengemuller Vienna Dec 29The foreign office has requested the denial of current re ports of the forthcoming retirement of Baron Von Hengelmuller AustroHun States His withdrawal has never been contemplated until end of nextI year AcquittedNew Jury in the case of Col William D Mann of Town Topics charged with perjury returned a verdict of acquittal TheI verdict was reached after four hoursI considerationIEverybody Not Included New York Dec 29Mrs Rusnel Sage widow of the financier declared that it is not her intention to distribute Immediately the money left toI her by her husband and much less does she Intend to distribute It everywhere and to everybodyC DynamiteFargo men badlyInjured beingthlLWedon the Nortbernd Pacifit near here f T 0 f ATNEsENINiO Declares He Is Unable to Collect For Design on Goebel Statue Lexington Ky Although three ears have passed since the Goebel monument commission contracted for the building of a monument and statue of the late Gov William Goobel to adorn his grave In the Frankfort cemetery the work Is still unfinished and Nolhaus the New York sculptor who designed the figure of the dead statesman la unable to collect his claim This fact became known through At orney Charles J Bronston who has been retained by tne artist to bring uit against William Adams Sons a local monument firm for the amount due him The commission entered nto a contract with Adams Sons for the entire work and reserved the right to accept the statue only after It had been cast in bronze Adams in turn let the contract for the statue to Signor Moretti who gave up the ob after a years labor In which he was unable to make a plaster model of the dead governor which met the requirements Imposed upon him by Arthur Goebel and the other members of the commission It was then that the committee amended the contract with Adams In which It reserved the right to pass upon the work only aft or It had been cast in bronze Signor Nlohaus then undertook the work and although his model has been completed for over six months he alleges that the local firm refuses to accept It until after It has been passed upon by the committee As the commission refuses to view the model in its pros- ent state Niehaus has been forced tE appeal to the courts Unless Adams ft Sons accept the model At once Attorney Bronston will file suit In behalf of the New York sculptor RACE TO THE HOSPITAL With Wounded Man Was Won By Death Shot While Hunting Paducah KyJohn Wurth 45 while hunting with his brother Nortsy tried to pull his gun through a fence where upon It was discharged The extra heavy charge penetrated the right shoulder and blew his arm off His brother ran to his assistance and tried to carry him home nearly a mile away but was overcome He managed to got home hitch a horse and return for his brother At the house a physician took the patient In his buggy for this city where operating facilities might be had He had a ten mile race for iit Within two miles ot Riverside hospital the patient succumbed Instead ot going to the hospital he was taken to the morgue and prepared for burial He leaves a wife and five chUdren and was prominent One Hundred Years Old Lexington KyuUncle Tom Beas ley a negro character here celebrated his 100th birthday Chrls Pias day Ho went tothpTlome of Miss Laura Clay and told her that he had been her grandfathers slave She looked up the old records and found that the date of his birth was In the old family Bible- Asks For Old License Covlngton Ky County Clerk John Yates received a letter from Herbert Eckert of Dubois county Ind asking for a certified copy of the marriage license Issued to Daniel McLaughlin and Sarah Vice He stated that the couple were married sometime be tween the years 1765 and 1812 Forced To Disgorge Olive Hill KyOno thousand armed men angered over a levy on a merchants stock to compel him to pay taxes for a railroad that never was bunt stormed the home of Levi White tax collector and forced ihlm at guns points to turn the goods back to their owner Out of Its Banks Sergent Ky Following a downpour of rain and melting of heavy snow In the mountains the Kentucky river Is out of its banks Thousands of lop are floating to the dams Logging men have delivered thousands of dollars worth of logs this month Assault Was Fatal Louisville KyElla Magnolia colored stepped into Anna Caldwells house and said that she had been assaulted by Edward Woodson and Chris tiana Johnson Five minutes after ward the woman died The Johnson woman has been arrested New Constitution Adopted Louisville KyThe midwinter session of the Kentucky Press associa tion was held here President D B Wallace of Warsaw presided The members discussed the proposed in crease on secondclass matter A new constitution was adopted Couple Shot At a Dance Lexington KyAt a dance at Frozen Creek Breathitt county John Haddlx and Mrs March Blrchfield were shot and badly wounded during a general fight Haddlx left the dance for home and was found dead by the roadside Mrs BIrchfleld will recover Shooting At Glllmore Campton KyA telephone message from Gillmpre stating that Kelly Nealy son of James Nealy a merchantS of that place was shot and wounded by Bruce Mlckell Mlckell was arrested Pooling In Robertson Mt Olivet KyThe American Society of Equity has perfected an or ganization In Robertson county It looks as If 75 per cent of this years tobacco will be pooled by the farmers In this county It may reach 80 perI centSOne DeadThree Wounded Lexington KyJohn D Bagley waa killed and Sam and John Allen and Cleve Fitzpatrick wounded In a SightI a Christmas dinner at Alphoretta Floyd county Sam Allen is a deputy sheriff To Fight Local Option Newport KyTho saloon and tavern keepers of Campbell county outside of Newport and Bellevue and Dayton will hold a meeting to consid er ways and means of fighting the lo option sentiment that is now sweeping over the county Farmer Attempts Suicide MadlRonvllIe KyDeclaring that he was In trouble and tired of living WIl- bur Slsk a young farmer living near town shot himself in the pit cf the b stomach with a revolver inflicting a wound which will cause his death 1 dr But Rallies and Kills His Antagonist Instant Sergent Kyone killed and another fatally wounded formed a Christ mas tragedy on Boones Fork eight miles above here Will Ellswlck 21 and Clark Vanover 24 were the participants Ellswick struck Vanover three times across the forehead with a shotgun knocking him to the ground Regaining his foothold Vanover firedItwo shots from a 45callber Colts revolver one of which entered Ells wicks right aide ranging up past the heart killing him Instantly Flour ishing his revolver In midair Vanover walked Into the hotel of William War rick near where the tragedy occurred and with an oath declared there Is more blood in my gun and attempted- to take the life of Warrick Vanover then swooned from loss of blood and at this hour is still unconscious He has three desperate wounds on the forehead and the doctors say he will die though Ben Potter a police officer guarding him later reported the wounded man somewhat Improved Vanover was a member of the Klu Klux outlaw band that terrified the Boones Fork section In 1901 and It Is said has killed a number of men Ellswlck was a moonshiner of consid erable notoriety KNIGHTS OF THE GRIP Have Big Time and Initiate Forty Members Lexington KyForty traveling men were Intlatcd Into the order of the Unlied Commercial Travelers at the annual meeting here The Knights of the Grip had the town to their own way as It Is their custom to do one day during the holiday season each year The regular lodgeroom was too small to accommodate the applicants for membership and they were forced to secure more commodious quarters showing a large Increase Jn the number of salesmen now traveling In this state John G Cramer secretary ot the chamber of commerce heFS wart toastmaster and addresses were by J Clay Hunt Hon W P KlmbalJ George B Van Hors L S Bonta and George A Bain GOT HIS SON Who Shot Fathers Assailant and Then Was Instantly Killed Inez KyOne man Is dead and an other fatally wounded as the result ot a brawl at East Warfleld a mining town on the N W railroad ten miles east of this place Bad James Starr entered the saloon owned by James McCommas He was asked to leave which he finally did returning In a few minutes bringing with hlm his 16yearold son Blalne He wen behind the bar rcand jI J rLf y hilIhimthrough the left lung McCommas hlsjaSsailantpeneratlng the brain and killing him instantly Millions For Tobacco Grower Louisville KyA million and a half dollars will be the Christmas present to be sent out In the next two weeks to the tobacco growers ot Kentucky for their 1904 crop which has just been disposed of This amount has already been duplicated In the past few weeks This Christmas has been unprecedented for the tobacco grower in Kentucky Tobacco Sale Investigated Owensboro KyPresident J AEr eritt ot Indianapolis national presl dent of the A S of E Is investigate ing the Daviess County Equity Co This company is charged with having sold 1906 pooled tobacco before the 1904 and 1905 crops were disposed oL Fight Over Game of Cards Munfordvllle KyA difficulty occurred at Roseburg In which Pat Thompson shot and probably fatally wounded his brother Tom The trou ble came up over a game of cards Five shots were fired three of them taking effect In Thompsons abdomen Bridal Pair Fatally Shot Hopkinsvllle KyHenry Morris colored and his bride of a few hours were shot and perhaps fatally wound ed by Lewis Wilson brotherinlaw ot the bride She had lived with Wil sons family and he had threatened to kill her If she married For An Old Theft Lexington KyHarry Pate la jail in St Louis on the charge of horse stealing is to be brought here for an alleged theft committed six years ago of two horses Police Sergt Michael Crawley left with requisition papers Body of Col Pepper Laid To Rest Lexington KyThe remains of Cot James E Pepper noted distiller and turfman who died suddenly Monday In New York were Interred In the Lex- Ington cemetery The active and lion orary pallbearers were nearly all turf men Buys Power Plant Site Louisville KyThe Kentucky Electric Co paid 70000 for a site for a new power house to be erected on Water street 100 feet east of Third avenue and 390 feet back of Wash- Ington street Killed the Foreman Middlesboro KyJert Parton white foreman of the Price Construction Co at Chenoa this county was shot and Instantly killed by Will Shaw a negro blacksmith It Is said Parton was Intoxicated and started the trouble in the camp Perhaps Fatally Shot Columbia KyOn Burtons Ridge this county Heck Burton during a quarrel perhaps fatally wounded Chas Bryant by shooting Dr U L Taylor- of this city Is attending the wounded man Planing Mills Burned Lexington KyFire destroyed the planing mills of the BoyceCrogaa Lumber Co owned by Detroit capital ists located on the Winchester pike near the Lexington Eastern rail road car shops Loss 10000 partially Insured Struck Sharp Substance Henderson Ky George Hawkins was struck In a saloon fight here and probably fatally wounded He was hit y Tom Bartlett and In falling struck his head oa some sharp substance since when he has been nnconsclou 1 tr T 4fc r TQFITUnCD WITH GRAVEl i tuSince Using Deans Kidney Pills Net a Single Stone Hi Formed Ij Capt S L Crute Adjt Wm Watt Camp U C V Roanoke Va says 1cI suffered a long 1long time with M7 1back and felt draggy and list less and tired all the time I lost V tromm7 usual weight 225 to 170 UrInary pea 1sages were frequent and have had to I1tup oftenat night I hid r and dizzy spells also but my worst Jsuffering was from renal colic After I began using Doahs Kidney Pills passed a gravel stone as big as Itbean Since then I have never an attack of gravel and have picked 1 up to my former health and weight lam a well man and give Doans Kid 4 ney Pills credit for It trSold by all dealers 50 cents a borr FosterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y B t ODELL OBEYED HIS FATHER 11 Emphatic Message That Broke Up Conference of Politicians Four years agowhen exQof Odeli ot New York was coming un forL tInomination at the convention In Sara itoga there was a plan to put a man o the ticket with him for lieutenant goT ernor to whom Odell objected strongly The governors father 88 years old a deacon la the church and very strict in religious matters was in Saratoga There was a conference at one of the hotel cottages that lasteJ until late in the morning The other lead era were trying to force Odell to Uke the obnoxious man About two oclock Qdella fatter who had heard what as going ea stalked angrily over to iLa cottage and rapped on the door Frank Plattovof Senator Platt came to the door Welir said Platt sharply 1 want to see my son demanded jT Odell The governor came to the door What Is it father he asked fBen said the old deacon tell them togo to Yes father replied the governorftobediently and he went back and 4M just that Saturday EvemliT Post ELEVEN YEARS OF ECZEMAS Cracked and edicks I had ecl about eleveniS ed SSof my fingel nail came o4 cures by thol had no coafi tried so man had failed to three doctors ly my husban r try the Cutit l4e t 4 I t IS 1 4 1 I C I fot F Y am ve pL i SS 1J r cura Remedies I4ato all suferingS jJg Eliza A Wiley R comb Iowa Oct 18 Monarchs as Li Monarchs muse know t language King Edwarut SSeled so much speaks Frt than some FrenchmenaSman The czar of RUt French as well as his naa and knows the numerous Emperor William of Gerraac French and English correct also well versed in Latin i of Spain the youngest of all sp German with ease and also Ftc and English Because of his marrfaShe now practices the latter The kiaa of Portugal speaks French English German and Spanish The king of Italy Is a master of French and Gee man and Is also well versed la the va rious Italian dialects Fathers Good AdviceSA young man from Pittsburg went to New York to make good la his chosen profession says a New York letter The other night he stood la the lobby of a hotel and a friend asked hint what he thought of New York I have only been here two days he replied so I have not seen the city very thoroughly My fathers partingSwords to me when I left home were My son you are going to a great city There is much good and much evil to be found in New York Keep to the Istraight and narrow path as closely as possible avoid Wall street and above all beware of the monkey house Water on a Battleship 1 As many as 8000 gallons of fresh water are used In a large battleship daily About twothirds ot this is taken up by the boilers and the re mainder Is used for drinking washingScooking etc When the store which she has taken out with her from port has been used up a vessel has to de pend upon her condensers for furtherSsupplies Every modern warship Is fitted with evaporating t distil the salt seawaterSPOSTUM CEREAL CO LTD Guarantee On Their Products We warrant and guarantee that all packages ot Postum Cereal Grape Nuts and Elijah Manna hereafter sold by any Jobber or retailer comply with the provisions of the National Pure Food Law and are not and shall not bo adulterated or misbranded withi the meaning ot said Act of Congress approved June 30 1906 and entitled i An act for preventing the manufac ture sale or transportation of adul terated or misbranded or poisonous of deleterious foods drugs medicines liquors and for regulating traffic there 1 Kn for other purposes POSTUU CEREAL Co LTD C W POST Chairman Battle Creek Mick Dec 12 1908 iL Subscribed and sworn to before s this 15th day of December 1906 BEXJAMIN F Rev Notary Public My commission expires July 1 19075 Our goods are pure they always have been and always will be are r not mlsbranncd We have alwayafsince the beginning of our busiriesa 48printed a truthful atem a the I r = cr Ji 1 Ij iIt8 to i P li e JiL t +0 7 f m r irn1r i i ijiirntrr a tT 7I f rI J7 iie 4 f11 i r tk TIlE DELUGEI vDhVID GRAHAM PhILLIPS 4uzar oF7HEeasnG JmSJgbB sB5 P ri I 4A MR BLACKLOCK When Xapoloon was about to crown himself so I have somewhere read they submitted to him the royal gene ilogy they had faked up for him He crumpled the parchment and flung It In the face of the chief herald or who fIever It was My line said he dates from Montenotte And so I lay my line dates from the campaign that completed and established my lame from Wild Week c I shall not pause to recite the details of the obscurity from which I emerged It would be an Interesting SE a romantic story but it is a familiar F story also in this land which Lincoln so finely and so fully described when oe SB l The republic Is oppor tunity 4 I One fact only I did not take the same Blacklock J I was born Blacklock and chris I ea l tened Matthew and my hairs being 1 iyeryblack an growing so that a lock 1 often fllIs down the middle of L my forotiead is a coincidence The 1tj mallcloaa and insinuating story that USed to go under another name 4 arose no doubt from my having been j a bootblack In my early days and mySname at toon I is I graduated from manual labor I I s resumed my rightful name and have borne ItI think I may say without vanityIn honor to honor a Wild Week Its cyclones rising 4 fury on fury to that historic climax- f chaoa sing their mad song In my I byiobusiness and finance Take a cross secUon of m anywhere and you hare I tangled Interweaving of the action and reaction of men upon men of women upon women of men and women upon one another And this f 3 thall be a crosssection out of the very irt or Ot life today1th1ts big 1r lssionstbeife eer lived i J t a t O8E KINGS V VXa i Vck two years V r Week back n q of finance t parently S I j r Xof the t q ng I v I yiiVvvVi 16 t f jal city 1 Plronheels1 waLtignclat agents I wa best the most trtsted jithem the Relieved la e people I 4 magnificent sutiof offices In Zr g that Dominates Wall and t J jjoston claimed me iAdI Chhgn and In Phlladel J OJ ansi St Louis San t s4 ranclsco iitlie towns anti rural die- tst tributary to the clUes thou i As spoke1 of mac k1OCk as their i ed adviser in matters ot financer l Kiemles and I hail them numer J nd yenomous enough to prove- 4 aa worth while my enemies 1 IJ1e as the biggest bucket v jbler In the world i r I rras like all the other if1 tors of the markets But f taiopn I never kept As the I yiS of finance were the representa 4 ves of the great merchants manu jvv tcturers and Investors so was I the v presentaUv of the masses of thosei iho wished their small savings prop Invested The power of the big s f d fellows wu founded npon wealth andI the brains wealth buys or bullies or ffl leduces Into Its service my power fr f was founded upon the hearts and I Jt borieefthe people upon faith in my frank honesty A tlfj x Howhadlbulitnpmypowery By I recognizIng the possibilities of pub Ait Ucity the chance which the broad j t east sowing of newspapers and maga ii sines put wIthin the reach of the In yr l1v1dual man to Impress htmself upon tke whole country upon the whole 1t elvillzed world The kings of finance j Ji relied upoa the assiduity lad dexterw ItT or sundry paid agents operating through the stealthy clumsy old- fashioned channels for the exercise of I power I rolled only upon myself I rto trust to no fallible perhaps IraltoroHS nderstraPpers through ipI the megaphone of the press I spoke peopleIthat I always fbTe been unscrupulous and dlshon V Mt So Then how have I lived and SS 0 thrived all these years la the glare publicityI oclock on a 4 = l kMay afternoon a dismal dreary rain to being Whirled through the street outrprivateAedce of thatklngs ot kings Henry 4 7 Roebuck philanthropist eminent f ii churchman leading citizen ndInmeaeascorrupta creature as r Ter used the domino ot respectabil 4 A ity That office Is on the twelfth floor 4 4 d 7 of the Power Trust building and the Power Trust Is Roebuck and Roebuck 1 to tho rower Trust He Is seated at J it f kl esk and thinking I do not see f i kIm la looking at me with an expres sion of benevolent and melancholy pity the look with which he always t s 1 regarded any one whom the Roebuck r4 goo hadcommanded Roebuck to de rtroy He and his God were In con tttaatcommunlcatlOD hta God never t l lid anything except for his benefit J r ke Bever did anything except on the llrMt coBQsel or command of his Godva last mow his God is commanding him A jto destroy ae his confidential agent qI 1 to shaping many a vast Industrial en t tI i t Jerprise and In Inducing the public to t iI t f ii tjliA of SmellIn Animalsr l 1 1 1h l 1 j taHHyte 1ilnk That Color Makes i Any Difference II11J I l it L t dY who pretended to mow f l white animals dId not 1 1 r t tlo ntI ofsrnell That may I t 7 IsnotstricUy d t near to e r 1 J i l tt I 1 i t i1 q iL t1 J S i 1 ItJot 0JA 4tS tfPlb trtJ Q l 1 t c1I1t i1 It c 111 tpf 4 t j ltfj iI a jfs1fJ71 L t r j o Iic 1k 14 1 T f lui i1itI f 1 If T u 110 J rtfi 3 f 41 rri7 fl 111 J- 1 I jjr fr I buy by the million its bonds and stocksI the angry frown of the Roebuck God by saying And I bought in the Manasqualo mines on my own account On your own account said Roe buck Then he hastily effaced his in voluuntary air of the engineer startled by sight of an unexpected red light Yes replied I as calm as If I were not realizing tho tremendous signifi cance of what I had announced I look to you to let me participate on equal terms That Is I had decided that tho time had come for me to tako my place among the kings of finance I had decided to promote myself from agent to principal from prime minister to kingI must myself promote myself for In this world all promotion that Is solid comes from within And In furtherance of my object I had bought this group of mines control of which was vital to the RoebuckLangdoh Melville combine for a monopoly of the coal of tho country Did not Mr Langdon commission you to buy them for him and his friends Inquired Roebuck In that slow placid tone which yet for the attentive ear had a note in it like the scream of a jaguar that comes homo and finds its cubs gone But I couldnt get them for him I explained Tho owners wouldnt sell until I engaged that the National J ISIIE AS HER Coal and Railway company was not to have them Oh I see said Roebuck slaking back relieved We must get Browne to draw up some sort of perpetual Irrevocable power of attorney to us for you to sign But I wont sign If said L Roebuck took up a sheet of paper and began to fold it upon itself with great care to get the edges straight He had grasped my meaning he was deliberatingFor years now I went on you people have been promising to take me In as a principal In some one of your dealsto give me recognition by making me president or chairman of an executive or finance committee I am an Impatient man Roebuck Life Is short and I have much to do So I have bought the Manasquale minesand I shall hold them Roebuck continued to fold the paper upon itself until he had reduced It to a short thick strip tThls he slowly twisted between his cruel fingers un til it was in two pieces He dropped them one at a time Into the waste basket then smiled benevolently at me You aro right he said You shall have what you want You have seemed such a mere boy to me that In spite of your giving again and again proof of what you are I have been putting you off I will talk the matter over with Langdon and Mel- vIlle Rest assured my boy that you will satisfied He got up put his arm affectionately round my shoul ders We all like you I have a feeling toward you as It you were my own son I am getting old and I like to see young men about me growing up to assume the responsibilities of the Lords work whenever He shall call me to my reward- It will seem Incredible that a man of my shrewdness and experience could taken In by such slimy stuff at thatI who knew Roebuck as only a few insiders knew him I who had seen him at work as devoid of heart as any empty spider in an empty web Yet I was taken in to the extent that I thought ho really purposed to recog nize services to yield to the only persuasion that could affect him forcetI fancied be was actually about to put me where I could be of a little explaining All horses are fl nlcky about their food and water they depend upon their nostrils toI tell them what to eat and drink what to reject and milk white steeds are no less dainty and particular than are bay or chestnut or coal black chargers Then there is tU pure whltecat r ri j f I z j4 ift f n 1 m Wgtiest usefulness to him and his associates as well as to myself It was with tears in my eyes that I shook hands with him thanking him emotionally It was with a high chin and a proud heart that I went back to my offices Thero wasnt a doubt in my mind that I was about to get my deserts was about to enter tho charmed circle of high finance III CAME A WOMAN In my suite In the Textile building Just ort tho big main room with Its blackboards and tickers I had a small office in which I spent a good deal of time during stock exchange hours It was thero that Sam Ellersly found mo the next day but one after my talk with Roebuck- I want you to soil that Steel Common Matt said he Itll go several points higher said I Better lot me hold it and use my judgment on selling I need moneyright away was his answerThats right said I Let me give you an order for what you need Thank you thank you said he so promptly that I knew I had done what he had been hoping for probably counting on I give this Incident to show what our relations were Ho was a young fellow of good family to whom I had taken a liking He was a lazy dog and as out of place In business as a cat in a choir I had been keeping him going for four years at that time by giving him tips on stocks and protecting him against loss This purely out of good nature and liking for I hadnt tho remotest idea he could over bo of use to mo beyond helping to liven things up at a dinner or lato supper or down In the country or on the yacht In fact his principal use to me was that he knew how to beat the box well enough to shako fairly good music out of Itand I am EO fond of music that I can fill In with my imagination when the performer isnt too bad They have charged that I deliberately ruined him Ruined Th first time I gave him a tipapd that was the second or third time I ever saw J IL = LOOKED STRAIGHT AT KE AS I AT Mr be be my 11 himhe burst Into tears and said Youve saved my life Blacklock Ul never tell you how much this windfall means tome now Nor did I with deep and dark design keep him along on the ragged edge He kept himself there How could I build up such a man with his huncfred ways of wast- Ing money Including throwing It away on his own opinions of stocks for he would gamble on his own account In the bucketshops though I had shown him that the Wall street game is played always with marked cards and that the only hope of win ning is to get the confidence of the cardmarkers unless you are big enough to become a cardmarker your selfAs soon as he got the money from my teller that day he was rushing away I followed him tothp door that part of my suite opene ut on the sidewalk for the convenience of my crowds of customers Im Just going to lunch said L Come with me What to Do When Husband Seems to Have Transferred Love There are two stock answers given wives when they are asked the crucial question What would you do if your husband seemed inclined to fall in love with another woman One answer Is 1 wouldnt do any thing Id let him rol and the other ffld flirt with some one myself Further than this the imagination does not seem to go The first answer translated means It husband could fall so far from my ideal of him he wouldnt be my husband any more I would feel only Indifference and contempt for him The other answer is of a different caliber If he sees that he is in dan ger of losing me he may regain his Interest in me What another man admires he may admire too and find that he loves me best after alL At any rate he will find that he cannot neglect me with Impunity Both answers are of course super citj1 l r t f h I i f on him If he has no sense of smell it would ho interesting to learn how be ascertains that there are lobsters lu the chest the moment he enters he kitchen and why he throws con Mention fits until he has been permit tl1 gorge himself on lobsters and I l1 r r He looked uneasily toward a smart little onehorse brougham at tho curb Sorrybut I cant said he Ive my sister with me She brought me down In her trap And I locked his arm In mine and started toward tho brougham He was turning all kinds of colors and was acting In a way that puzzled mothen Despite all my years In Now York I was ignorant of the elab orate social distinctions that had fashionable society and that some of the most conspicuous of those in it seemed unable to get used to tho idea of being rich and wero in a state of great agitation over their own Im portance Important they might be but not to me I know nothing of their careful gradations of snobblsm tho people to know socially the people to know In a business way the people to know in ways religious and phIlanthropic the people to know for the fun to be got out of them tho people to pride oneself on not know Ing at all tho nervousness thq hysteria about preserving these disgust ing gradations All this I say was an undreamedof mystery to me who gavo and took liking In the sensible seif respecting America fashion So I didnt understand why Sam as I almost dragged him along was stammering Thank youbutIshet- he fact is we really must get uptown By this time I was where I could look into tho brougham A glance I can see much at a glance as can any man who spends every day of every year in an allday fight for his purse and his life with the blows com- Ing from all sides I can see much at a glance I often have seen much I never saw more than just then In stantly I made up my mind that the Ell rslya would lunch with me Youve got to eat somewhere said I In a tone that put an end to his at tempts to manufacture excuses Ill be delighted to have you Dont make up any more yarns He slowly opened the door Anita said he Mr Blacklock Hes Invited us to lunch I lifted hat and bowed I kept my eyes straight upon hers And it gave me more pleasure to look Into them than I had ever before got out of looking Into anybodys I am pas sionately fond of flowers and of chit dren and her face reminded mo of both Or rather It seemed to me that what I had seen with delight and longing Incomplete in their freshness and beauty and charm was now before me In the fullness I felt like saying to her I have heard of you often The children and the flowers have told me you were coming Perhaps my eyes did say It At any rate she looked as straight at me as I at her and I noticed that she paled a her voice beautifully clear and lin gering In the ears like the resonance of the violin after the bow has swept its strings and lifted perfectly selfpossessed as she said to her brother That will be delightfulif- you think we have time I saw that she uncertain whether he wished to accept was giving him a chance to take either course He has time nothing but time said L His engagements are always with people who want to get something out of him And they can wait I pretended to think he was expecting me to enter the trap I got in seated my self beside her said to Sam Ive saved the little seat for you Tell j your man to take us to the Equitable buildingNassau street entrance I talked a good deal during tho first half of the nearly two hours we trere togetherpartly because both Sam and his sister seemed under some sort of strain chiefly because I was deter- mIned to make a good Impression I told her about myself my horses my house in the country my yacht I tried to show her I wasnt an ignor amus as to books and art even it I hadnt been to college She listened while Sam sat embarrassed You must bring your sister down to visit me I said finally ru see that you both have the time of your lives Make up a party of your friends Sam and come downwhen shall we say Next Sunday You know you were coming anyhow I can change the rest ot the party Sam grew as red as If ho were go- Ing into apoplexy I thought then he was afraid Id blurt out something about who were in the party I was proposing to change I was soon to know better Thank you MrBlAcklock said his sister But I have an engage ment next Sunday I have a great many engagements just now With out looking at book I couldnt say when I can go This easily and naturally In her they certainly do learn thoroughly that branch of tact which plain people call lying Sam gave her a grateful look which he thought I didnt see and which I didnt rightly Interpretthen- To be Continued Grave Problem for Wife by my Sense andlyes ice bringher quarterI my jlookwas my set flclal and based on the feeling of the momentthe feeling of getting even But the woman who is in danger of losing her husbands affec tons will have many moments not to be evolved into sentences so clear cut and selfsufficient If a woman does not know that her affection is killed for a man when she finds him beginning to be attracted elsewhere then indeed the situation is simpli fled If one no longer loves everything is endedthe worst hurt is over But in real life the woman who speaks the most proudly is the one who finda Ilmost impossible to live up to that ultimatum of indifference To see the one she loves daily in all the intimate domestic happenings to have everything speak of those cords of married life by which they are bound together to know that there are still times when he Is tender and sho is dearoh that is not to wish him to go He must stay and love her best or she will die Harpers Bazar wascwhen the lobsters were put In the refrigerator Ho cannot see them certainly or rub up against them and he cannot hear them because the average boiled lobster makes very lit tie noise Yes if there is a white cat in existence that cannot detect the presence of dumb and invisible lob sters he Is a cat that has lost his nose in an encounter with a fetoctona 4og CHOOSING A NEW MINISTER Why Some Were Never Rejected Also Why No 5 Was Favored The faithful old parson hall died after 30 years preaching and perhaps the newer methods had begun to creep In for It seemed impossible to suit tho two communities most Interested In the choice Rev Mr Davis for example was a sprlted preacher but persisted In keeping two horses In tile parsonage stable and In exchanging them when ever ho could get faster ones As a parochial visitor ho was Incomparable dashing from house to house with such speed that he could cover the parish In a single afternoon This sporting tendency which would never have been remarked In a British par son was frowned upon In a New Eng land village and Deacon Milliken told Mr Davis when giving him what ho alluded to as his walking papers that they didnt want tho church run by boss power The next candidate pleased Edge wood whero morning preaching was held but the other parish which had afternoon service rejected him be causo he wore a wigan matched crookedly applied wig Number three was eloquent but given to gesticulation and Mrs Jcre Burbank the president of the orcas society who sa In a front pew said she couldnt bear to see a preacher scramble round the pulpit hot Sun daysNumber four a genial handsome man gifted In prayer was found tQ be n Democrat The congregation was overwhelmingly Republican in its poll tics and perceived something ludic rous If not positively blasphemous In a Democrat preaching the Gospel Ananias and Beelzebub be candi dates here first thing we know ex claimed the outraged Republican nomi nee for district attorney Number five was Rev Judson Bax ter tho present incumbent and he was voted to be as near perfection as a minister can be In this finite world His young wife had a small income of her own so the subscription commit tee hoped that they might not be eter nally driving over the country to get somebodys 50 cents that had been overdue for eight months but might take their onerous duties a little more easily Kate Douglas Wiggin In Scrlbners Pastoral Loveliness and Peace Mayor Stoy of Atlantic City said the other day of a disappointing Indus trial stock The people that had their money in this stock felt when It dropped a shock akin to that which was incurred by a philanthropist at one of our big hotelsFor an experiment this philan thropist recently sent a rfolld from Uje New York slums to the country To this child raised among slum ho- Sore all the beauty and poetry of a Siastoral life was offered Thus the philanthropist expected to give the youngster an esthetic education Well the other day theman went to see his charge She ISja little girl He took her on his knee glanced with approbation about the quaint old farm Jtltchen nnd said JAnddo you find ery fOhIIweredIaAnd what have yo1 seen during hejeulve and a mans nose broken In pumpkin raffle i The Parable of Lazarus o Latherus said Brother Dickey lay down at de rich mans gate didnt he He sho didIAn how did de rich man treat Mm Never once knowed he wuz dar An war Is dat rich man now Look yer Brer Dickey said the weak member as hn fumbled In his pockets ef you bleege ter have dat 60 cents right ortyer It Is Take It an go yo waysAtlanta Constitution Why Hesitate Maggie are you goin ter marry that feller thats callln on you I dont know ma he lacks ardor Lacks ardor eh Well dont let that stand between you an happiness youre pas got money enough ter furnish all the ardor neededHouston Post Honey and Sore Spots TeacherWhat Is It that bees make Tommie Tommie Sore spots maam Yonkers StatesmanHow d Folks My but old Russell Is a storage battery of energy Doesnt ho just fire one with enthusiasm Yep I used to work for him and I never was fired any more enthusias tically by any oneJudge Recovered Himself Edward absently Your eyes dont matchMiss Millions an heiress but ugly What do you mean Edward Why eterono of them Is more beautiful thin the other- MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Dee 28 CATTLE Extra 5 15 525 CALVESExtra 875 HOGS Choice 6 40 6 45 SHEEPExtra 4 76 LAMBSExtra 0 7 75 FLOUR Spring pat 4 95 5 70 WHEAT No 2 red 76 77 CORNNo 2 mixed fl 45 OATSNo 2 mixed Q 3- 8RYENo2 choice 70 714 HAYCh timothy 19 50 BUTTERDairy 11 APPLESNew bbl 2 60 a Oo POTATOESPer bbl Q 2 00 TOBACCONew 5 10 025 25 CHICAGO WHEATNo 2 red 73v 743k CORNNo 2 mixed U- OATSNo2 mixed 33 PORKPrime mess 15 50 LARD Steam 9 05 smr rerjc FLOURWin patent 3 15 U Ih1 WHEAT No 2 red 0 80 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 5054 OATS No 2 mixed 39 39i4 PORK Prime messl7 60 IS 25 LARDSteam p 9 BALTlMOSB WHEAT No 2 red 76 CORNNo2 mixed 0 47 OATSNo2 mixed 39 LOUISVULT WHEAT No 2 red Q 7S CORNNo 2 mixed 50 OATSNo2 mixed 0 36 PORK Prime mess 016 50 LARDSteam 0 9 50 INDIANAPOLIS CATTLEPrime 6 15 5 35 HOGS Choice 6 00 0 6 40 SHEEPExtra 4 6U 6 4 05 4 i j THE PROGRESS OF THE CANADIAN WEST Nearly 200000 of an Increase In Cana das Immigration In 1906 The progress ota new country can not be better ascertained than by not- Ing the Increase of railroad mileage in Its transportation system and judged by this standard the Canadian West leads all the countries In tho world during the current year Thirty years ago there was not one hundred miles of railroad west of the Great Lakes and very little prospect of a trans continental routo for many years to come but by the end of 1885 the Canadian Pacific Railway was within measurable distance of completion and last yeartwenty years laterover 6000 miles of railroad traversed the provinces of Manitoba Saskatchewan and Alberta In the past year the work of rail road construction has been vigorously prosecuted and by the end of 1906 some 5000 miles of completed railroad has been added making a total of fully 11000 miles In the three great grain producing provinces of Canada Such an increase in the transportation facilities of the country Is bound to make good times not only In the dis tricts where the railroads are being built but throughout the entire west Allowing 20000 a mite for construc lion tho sum of 100000000 will be put In circulation and this In Itself should cause good times to prevail in a land where work Is plentiful wages are high and the cost of living Is mod erateBut the building of new railroads through Western Canada means a greater benefit to the country than merely the money put in circulation by the cost of construction Addition al railway building means the cxsnlng of new agricultural districts and an additional area under crops a largely increased output of grain to foreign markets with consequent financial returns the erection of elevators and the growth of villages towns and cit ten and everything else that makes for the progress of national life and the opening up of additional thousands of free homesteads so extenslyely ad vertised by tho Canadian government agent whose address appears else where It was stated on the floor of Canadian Parliament recently by aI prominent representative that ten years from now would see the bulk of the population of Canada residing west of the Great Lakes and if the work of railway building during the present year is any criterion the prophecy made by the Canadian states man may be easily fulfilled Inside of the time stated During the present year no less than 189064 persons have found homes in the Canadian west of whom 57796 were Americans who have seen the great possibilities of this new West and have decided to cast in their lot with it Certainly our neighbor north of the 49th parallel Is making a great record and deserves the success that appears to be coming Its way MONKS FIRST PLAYED DOMINOES Origin ef Game- That Is Popul Won ith regard to rUll who had been cuu alty of a long seclusion and ei demncd to keep absolute silence To relieve the monotony they played a game by showing each other small flat stones marked with black dots By a welJunderstood arrangement the monk whose hand was used at first Informed the other player by repeating In an undertone the first line of the vesper hymns Cantata Domino Sing unto the Lord In time the monks completed the set of stones and formulated the rules ofi the game so that by the time were free to come out from their pun Ishment they had found the game soI Interesting that on teaching it to other members of the monastery It became a favorite and lawful pastime It soon became popular all through Italy and from there extended to the whole world The first line of the vesper hymn which the monks had used as a stgnal was reduced to the word domino and the name has st Le game ever since WisdomI years ago he was Invited by the University of Missouri to go out there and receive the degree of LL D At the same time he visited Hannibal his boyhood home Just as he was about to leave being accompanied to the station by a crowd of citizens Tom Nash a school fellow came upwhIte headed but still a boy He shook hands with his friend of many a year and nodding toward the crowd said People of this town are the same blamed fools they always were aint they Sam Insist on Insularity The people of Cornwalls coast ob ject to the Great Western Railway company applying foreign names to their climate and scenery One advertisement called a certain locality the English Riviera and a Cornishman at a meeting of protest the other night said Cornwall had nothing to gain by being called after something in the south of France or a dirty lit tie Italian town CRIED EASILY Nervous Woman Stopped Coffee and Quit Other Things No better practical proof that coffee Is a drug can be required than to note how the nerves becomo unstrung in women who habitually drink it The stomach too rebels at being continually drugged with coffee and teathey both contain the drug caffeine Ask your doctor storythusI had used coffee for six years and was troubled with headaches nervousness and dizziness In the morning upon rising I used to belch up a sour fluid regularly Often I got so nervous and miserable I would cry without the least rea son and I noticed my eyesight was getting poor After using Postum a while lob served the headaches left me and soon the belching of sour fluid stopped wa ter brash from dyspepsia I feel decidedly different now and I am con vinced that it is because I stopped coffee and began to use Postum I can see better now my eyes are stronger- A friend of mine did not like Postum but when I told her to make It like it said on the package she liked it all right Name given by Postum Co Battle Creek Mich Always boll Postum well and it will surprise you Read the little book Tho Road to Wellvillo in pkgs Theres a rea IonS 7 rsMvp oA r JAP YOUTH ON 80HOOLSHIP Will Get Thorough Training on in American Boat The fltt Japanese youth to be ad mitted to the crew of the schoolship St Marys is Katzern Artyoshi Art yoshl who Is 17 years old has been In the revenue cutter service on the Pacific for the last three years As It is necessary for all foreigners who wiah to become members of the schoolships crew to have a guardian Artyoshi was forced to get one before he could be admitted to the crew He succeeded in getting Capt Osborn to act In that capacity Capt Osborn will coach the boy along and help him over the hard points in his lessons Artyoshi has not made up his mind yet whether he will remain in this country or go home to Japan after he has been graduated from the school ship A term on the schoolshlp fits a boy for service In the merchant ma vine Artyoshi says ho likes the United States and may stay here but If Japan ever goes to war he will return home quickly as possible to take part in It Keep Your Blood Pure No one can be happy lighthearted and healthy with a body full of blood that cannot do its duty to every part because of Its Impurity therefore the first and most Important work in hand is to purify the blood so that every organ will get the full benefit of a healthy circulation There is no rem edy so good as that old family rem odY Brandretho Pills Each pill con tains one grain of the solid extract of sarsaparilla blended with two grains of a combination of pure and mild vegetable products making it a blood purifier unexcelled in character One or two taken every night for awhile will produce surprising results Brandreth Pills have been in use for over a century and are for sale everywhere plain or sugarcoated Prominent on Lecture Platform Senator Tillman probably earns more money every year on the lecture platform than any other American who talks to the public for pay From an authoritative source the statement comes that the South Carolinians net proceeds thus far this year from his lecture tour are 25000 Senator Tlll lecImery Chautauqua course and he fills nearly as many dates in the winter as at any other time of the year In the last four years It Is satd that he has laid aside over 60000 from his lecture receipts Henry Watterson perhaps comes next In the matter of earnings on the platform Champ Clark of Missouri ranks high as a popular favorite and makes about twice as much as a lecturer as Us con gressional salary Horses Still In Demand Happily the horse has a faculty for upsetting the gloomy predictions that he is fated to be put out ofl business bythe automobile The horse business Sp118I for the 5u- Chinese Superior to Jpi Discussing th little rumpus with Japan Senator William A Clark ex presses the opinion the Chinese la j this country are superior to the Japanese I have loaned thousands of dollars to Chinamen said the senator and never have I known one to fall to meet his obligations He em- phaslz d his opinion as to the superiority of the Chinamen by calling atten tlon to the fact that the Japanese In their banking Institutions employ Chinamen In positions of trust la preference to their own countrymen Master of Many Languages Oen Pic quart French minister of war Is a sort of Admiral Crichton for besides a wide general cultivation he reads writes and speaks Russian German and English and Italian Such knowledge of language Is not common with Frenchmen even those of educa ton but Gen Flcquarts facility Is ex plained perhaps by the fact thaat he is an Alsatian The Alsatians have long been noted in France for the readiness with which they acquire languages siGn Reward 100 The reader of tilts piper will be pleated to lean that then l at lean one dreaded dlieue that icteoea baa beet able to cure la all lu ttagei and thai II CirrI tlalla Catarrn Curs II toe only positive cure nuw known to till medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires s coniUtn bust treatment IlalTa is taken In tern ally acUnz directly upon lbs blood sad mueont inrfacea of the jitem thereby destroying tile foundation of the diwate sad glllcif tb patient etrength by building up the conttltuilon and auliv tag nature In doing lu work The proprietor hue 10 much huh In lu curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollar for any case that It sUa to cure Send for lIt of teatlmonlala- Addrata JCUENEV CO Toledo O Sold br ill Druggliu TIe Take BalTa Family Pius for constipation Somewhat Embarrassing Gift Dr W G Grace the famous English cricketer has been the recipient of many gifts from lovers of cricket as tangible proofs of their admiration of his prowess Some of them have been remarkable In character but perhaps the most embarrassing gift he ever received was one of three young pigs which a Worcestershire farmer sent to him in recognition of a great bat ting feat which he had witnessed Art In HandMade Articles Oscar S Straus the new secretary of commerce and labor is a connois seur of pottery and porcelains Ma chinery he said has robbed us of our useful arts to a great extent In machinemade things there can be no artistic quality no Individual expres sion In handmade things even the humblest there Is always an opportunity for art to show Itself A woman who is going to Java in quest of the missing link probably will not find it but says the Phila delphia Ledger she may learn how the consumption of Java coffee man ages to exceed the product iSLES CURED IN C TO 14 DAY PAZO OINTMENT la guaranteed to cure any caao of liebin Blind Bleeding or Protruding Pile into II dayS or money refunded High aims form high character and great objects bring out great minds Tryon Edwards Garfield Tea is made of herbs a great point in its favor Take it for constipation indigestion and liver disturbances Many a widows heart has been warmed over by an old flame SyrupFor In Uammatton 1XyI placureswlnd colic tie a bottle They are countless roads em all sides to the grave Cicero V Sf 12 f Perfectly simple anti ft TIg PUTNAM FADELESS DYES lOc per package Villains Invariably get what is co i i Ing to them on the stage tc 1 CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY TO Take LAXATIVE BUOMOCmlnlne Tablet Dror t1 ieLists refund moos If II tails to cure K W QttOVJEU algnatnr la on each box 26c iA woman who has applied to the i ri Lambeth Guardians for relief says she is a buttonhole maker is paid two pence a dozen and that If takes ao hour and a half to make them Evi dently there are still people who sine the song of the shirt London Globe The Language of Commerce Great Britain and her colonies and the United States represent together the fabuluous total of 1110000000 Englishspeaking persons figures which leave all competitors hopeless ly In the rear Germany and Russia occupy second place with 75000000 3 apiece and France Spain Italy and Portugal follow with 61000000 43 000000 33000000 and 13000000 re spectively according to The Atlas ot the Worlds Commerce Rothschilds Never Prosecute While the Bank ot England makes It a point never under any circum stances to relinquish the prosecution of those who have defrauded it in the j slightest degree being willing It need be to spend thousands of pounds to i S capture and prosecute people who have robbed it of even a few shillings the Rothschilds make it a rule never to appeal to the courts or to the police in such matters Of course they are like every other banker occasionallysthe victims of dishonesty but neither the police nor the public ever hear about the matter This has always been a principle of the heads of the house who take the ground that It is better to bear the loss In silence than to disturb popular confidence In the 4safety of the concern by allowing it to be seen that Its treasures are not ft adequately safeguarded 1A Canadian Government r4r inteodent SICK HEADAT- I FiAItFRSirru IVERPJLLS regolito Bowels Must Bear A CURE FOR CATARRHElys Is quickly absorbed Gives Rsliel Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects FreeFarmsJOver 300000 America farmers who have act 4 tied in Canada during the past few yean teati J I t 4 4 I f N u at otltlveiycmrt by these Little Pills They also tellero Dis tress rroai Dyspepsia la dlgesdoaandToo Hearty Eating A perfect rem edyforbtlnesvNasuee Y4InTongue Pain In ta Elds TORPID IIVEB Tb the Purely Vegetable SkttlLrlLL SHALLDOSE SUALLPMCE c CAR1EFS Genuine FacSimile Signature ie x REFUSE SUBSTITUTE Positive the diseased membrane It cures and drivesaway a Cold in the HeadqnieklyI Restores the Senses of and Smell Full size CO cts at Druggists or by snail t Trial size 10 cts by mail Ely Brothers 66 Warren Street New Yorit I STOVE POLISHI ALWAYS READY TO USE NO DIRT DUST SMOKE OR SMELL IMORE STOVE POLISH TROUBLES SL HICKS CAPO DINE iMMEDiATELY CUf- lSHeudachesand I Indigestion TrilkalUal AlinumrH IiI 1 ofthispaperdeithng insist tblflgadyertlsedin upon having refusing nIl substi READERSNO SERVICES Bsndfobooklat 111W 8 STZV1S t F2sittit SLWashlugon DC Drinches Icago Clucland and OStrOtt Estb1Ue 4W- PROTECTYOURIDEAS VIRGINIA FARMS and HOMES FREE CATALOGUE Splend Bargpjn RUCHAFFIN CO Inc RICHMOND VA A No KE 10071 215S c JS poi iI i 1Th rI 1ra 1 r J J H t rjt 1iS 4 X r if Xt f r I 4rJ I r r- f i11b t t uWI33i lLLEOUTLOOKlO- WINGSVILLE KYI TilE OUTLOOKS subscription rates are as follows I One year One Dollar Kix months Sixty Cents Three months Thirtylive Cents a f No commissions allowed any body on subscriptions tfr Subscribers desiring a change 6r address should give previous t t address when writing Correspondents should always get their items to us not later than Monday if possible when out of stationary mention it on a eparatc slip of paper News matter of general inter Cst is welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in f serted Advertisers wishing a change Iordiscontinuance of ad should 4 inform us the week previous to publication day Address all communications to JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville KyITHURSDAY JAN 3 1907 frUE greatest trouble New Years swearing off is thatI t I it will not stay sworn off k4SiAToIt DONALD CAFFERY of r is dead He was one of the Old Guard of Democrats Vndhe leaves no successor I BRYAN admits that his name is illarkis when it comes to a Presi dential nomination It will al Itways be Dennis when the election returns come in SECRETXRY TAn at last lets it 4 be known that he would not t fuse his partys nomination President Big Bill is fori r cd as the Administration Idate who if elected would carry 4 out the Roosevelt policies A defender of John D Rocke feller before the American Asso ciation for the Advancement of 9l Science went a little too far when t I he illustrated a point by quoting I Mrs Rockefeller as saying at a l dinner party some years ago they 4 oystersThis flt i anything that the most of us who eat oysters cant afford to 1 ui3RE is a mighty contest on nrtvven Senator Foraker and others and President Roosevelt over the dismissal of the battalion of the colored 25thU S Infantry t from the army because a number of the members shot up the town u Af ownsvillo Texas Foraker 4 l 1 iirniithcr t t f If J lC 1 f htI l gi ft41ugh the mails free 0 THE OUTLOOKS stake bill over two hundred dol I tS er year and we would be oblid to increase the price of subscription or go out of the bus iness THE OUTLOOK is in receipt of t literature from The Roosevelt Third Term League boosting the 7 President fora third term in the White House THE OUTLOOK 3 would take pleasure in casting a million votes if it had them against Roosevelt or any other person whatsoever for a third t term as President of the United 9 Stat s The once venerated Fed i elal C institution is now construed to r cet the wishes ofthe govern 4 aitpovers Thereis needed only a third term for the President to complete the revolution of the tj Federal government THE people of Carter county g are still having trouble over the old county bonds voted in aid ol- p the Lexington and Big Sandy railroad in the early Fifties The bonds were turned over by the4 county authorities were sold in S the East the railroad was never builtr and the county got nothing for its bonds The holders of the bonds brought suit in a U S J Court got judgment and have I been trying to collect on the judg I ment many years The people have successfully resisted the payment for many years Last I a collector levied on the j tgoods of Oppenheimer an Olive Hill me hant for the payment t of part of the judgment On the day of the sale a mob of several z hundred citizens took the goods 4 from the collector and returned t t1 them to the owner The ctizca t to resist the 2payment to the utmost but they oJ will have to pay sooner or t I livugh they may get a laterI by compromise Bath b t r1 voted l50ooos worth of 1 or the same enterprise and ai a J ter fighting payment through all the courts to pay bonds and accrued interest at last The l j debt then amounted to about four ii oJ hundred thousand dollars ie CORRESPONDENCEt t 0Jy m p 11 t le Gitrg d 1J C arty wife and 4 4 S childrenFof Louisa came Satur t tday to visit Ills father Anderson ii arty and her brothers JobaClarkIi ft the Olympia people cannot ript rbave much Christmas can lots of Christmas weather firstlJr t1 r r rZ 1 f orJ1 t 1 if t fII JPh J 1 IMt f 1t fo f 4 f tf fY t y J J 1 oo7 I r ri fi1r II ck J Y P 1t i f6sFt Jrti1itI p idLIjIrl r t tlIJ J h t r i l I d tJ4LiATI i M l 0 r I j+ r Jj iJr= 1 iaI by W Vn 7vlDndr r after a weeks uuy with his mother Mrs iLucy HUltIlTroI0011 JsIMardel but is better now JaG K Jackson and wife arc both on the sick list with vory bad colds J Kane and wife of Louisa are visiting friends Robert Swetnun hereIand lot here to Morehcad who will move to it the first of March H O Irwin wife and little daughter Anna F were guests of Mrs Irwins sister Mrs Jas Horton in Mt Sterling Sunday Mrs Maggie Darling and little son and daughter of Ashland came Saturday to be the guests ofH1Clmother Mrs Lou Turner till after New Year daughIvisited her daughter Mrs Motile Case here Saturday Mrs Lizzie Williams and little son Joseph visited her sister Mrs Clell Coyle who has been very sick last week Miss Myrtle Harvey has gone to Roes Hun to stay with Mrs Clell Coyle till the latter gets betterRoy Jackson visited his parents Jas Jackson and wife through the holidays Miss Beuna Jackson of the Louisville Blind School is here visiting her aunt Mrs Lou Turner W W Penb was the guest of upperSaltday and reports that the little boy who was burned in the face Saturday is better Miss Anna Turner will go one day this week to Covington to make her home with Mrs Reuben Hunter W M McGlothin who went down South with C H Graves is here visiting his father Chas McGlothin through the holidays but says he likes the South and is going back soon MissCallie McCarty who has been sick for eight months stays about the same of her illness Christmas passed off here quiet lly no one killed or hurt 21arerce Turner returned to his work in West Virginia Monday upperSaltMrs Lizzie Swarts this week TO1 littIe i l t iuoseil Shultzv oftLfiiiisa is the guestpf ffiendChere this week Joe R6thweli wife and child locnof Howards Mill visited the latters father Geo W Pergram last wool Miss Mary Boone of Winches ter is visiting her cousin Miss Naomi Clark this week Miss Nettie Lou Banks and little brother Allie of Hedges are visiting their aunt Mrs Dr N T Clark this week Brack McClain and wife visit ed their fathers Mr McClain and Mr Reffit on Mill Creek last week Slate Valloy Another big rain Sunday This is Monday the last day of December 1906 Old Time is car rying us all swiftly on and if we could say with the Psalmist eve ry day brings us nearer to the better land there would be less fear of the future in declining- years guestrand Sunday Our school closed at Forge Hill Friday with a nice treat for the children Mrs Lida Moore was the teacher ISam Shultz sold an old mare to Jim Craig for 35 Willie E Atchison wife and littleadopted daughter Lillie Catherine of Salt Lick were guests of Sam Shultz and wife Christmas Grains Henry and wife spent Christmas with relatives in Mays ville 1Thomas and CarltonWells and their uncle Press Goodpasler allS of Bourbon county spent past week with Mr and Mrs Holt Warren and other relatives here IMorton Warren madoa busi to Mt Sterling Monday Allen Sturgill has been holding- a weeks meeting here through the holidays Married Friday by Elder B H Ross James McCarty Jr and Miss Motie Purvis The groom is a son of James Grannison McCarty of this place and is a nice moral young man The bride is the youngest daughter of Mrs Mary Purvis and is a beauti young lady We wish Mr 111ful Mrs McCarty fa long and journey through life It is bettor to have Joyed and lost than never to have lost at all Occasionally a man drops dol lars while trying to pick up pea itllQIo ICv jfifAlI n J i ETnImll U1 b Stepstoro W B Henry spcil from Wed nesday until Saturday with rola tins at Olympia and ak LickI spntSundayton and family I1Irs Rich Garrett Jr and n spent Sunday with her father Peter Hart and family on the Forge FarmILuther G Bittinger is home from Lexington with sore throat for a few days L1I Wilsons son and oldest daughter spent from Friday till Monday with their grandparents J M Steele and family at Olym piaIcame spend the winter with his brother W B Henry J T Fosters oldest son of Spencer is here visiting his uncle Frank Brown and aunt Mrs Su san Jones and families V G Montjoy of Ewington spent several lays last weekwith his uncle C B Reid and wife Buck Grrratt and family of Lexington spent from Thursday till Saturday hero visiting his atives uncle A J Garrett and other rel spentThursdayII Turley and wife W n Henry and wife put the big pot in the little one Christmas day and had the following help to empty its contents Jas Conley and family Chas Conley and family Richard Garrett and family James Henry Espy and Toy Hart and Miss Daisy Perkins The day was highly enjoyed by all J II Conley and wife gave the young folks a candy party Tues day night and those present were Misses Iva and Ethel Utter back Emma Cline Daisy Perkins and Brooksie Henry Espy and Stajtonence Warner Chester Turley Chris and Arthur Karrick Jack son Conley Walter Lowery Cecil Karrick Winnie Karrick and Leslie Utterback Miss Eliza E Maxey gave the young folks a party Saturday night Oh what a time regard theydidH B Sexton and family of Owingsville spent several days here last week visitinu his fath erinlaw Joe Ray and familyI Well Christmas day was all that could be asked for clear cold and the groird vMlo If there is anything thod ay yhite Chriit fora fI W 1I i year Br hm nml ovr at I SUpper PrlcttyAsh John W Stone has not been able to work for several days on account of boils and carbuncles on his hand and face Win Hcdricl and son John of Salt Lick and Nick Burns of Flat Creek visited Mrs Martha Manley and family Friday night- C H Carr of near Mt Ster was here a few days last weekAlmanza Stone and wife C H spentlastton and wifeon Roes Run Oscar Chandler and wife of Bald Eagle visited Riley Chandler and family Sunday night Miss Sallie Markland is home spendingChristmas John Fites Alban Shrout came in Thurs d Y fromKnoxville to visit his parents B F Shrout and wife Mr MQOdy and wife of Ne braska are visiting the formers brother W J Moody Mrs Annie May Phelps and sisterinlaw Miss Lizzie Phelps of Fleming county were guests of Almanza Stone and wife Fri dayClark Lathram bought the RileyChandlers at 9Jc Mrs Martha Manleys at at Sc Cuiran Steeles at 9c Bethel A S Trimble and wife of North Middletown visited M T Botts and family the past week Robert McCray of North MidI dletown visited relatives last week Badger Robertson Walter Clink HenryPeterstheir homes here N A Peters formerly of this aivery pleasant visit last week manyfriendsJ W Emmons and wife visited Donaldson and wife Sunday little son of Mr and ItGeo Jeff Gilvin of Bethel was in the eye with a roman causing a very painful However the sight does not seem to be affected P E Hickey attended the hop at Mt Sterling Friday night Lexingtonparents Mr and Mrs Chas Wilson SterlingSaturday A R Robertson and P R Stone went to Louisville Tuesday Jtoscll tobacco t th0 J 1-itj Olin Rain rein when will it ccaca to fain W M Jones wife and baby of near Odessa wore guests of the tellers uncle Tiiinun Riddle and family Saturday night and Sunday Miss Ida Eden returned home Saturday after a threeweeks visit to her parents in Fleming county She was accompanied by her sister Miss Kate Misses Carrie and Mac Vice vis ited their cousinsMisses Sarah and Ivy Riddle of upper White Oak Wednesday night and Thursday of last week Mrs Dallas Gamer of Ml Ster ling came Saturday to visit Z T Grain and family Allen Campbell and wife went last week to visit the latters sis ter Mrs John Roby and family of near Flemingshurg Ofile Atchison and family of near Sharpsburg visited relathcsIhere several lays last Thomas Collins of Missouri visited his sister Mrs James Grain last week loscphVicedrove to Owingsville and were united in the holy bonds of matrimony by Elder Ross Their attendants were Miss Bertha Whit groomisworthy young farmer The bride is a daughter of Tom Hawkins and a granddaughter of Powell Heddings She is an industrious young lady Stoops toIChristmas passedoff quietly no accidents of any kind IMiss Gertie Moreland returned Lexington after a visit to relatives here you made your New IHave resolution yet Better it will soon ba time to break it- Richard Wills visited relatives at Salt Lick several days last weekStanley Trimble want Wednesday to visit his cousin Claude Coons at North Middletown A W Byrd was in Cincinnati several days last week The greatest fault wa can find withourselves is that we cant find our own faults Mrs Peach Wells has about re covered from her illness Rome Msreiandof Fayette county and Lse Wilson of Bour ban were viits here last week tbbort Tt old his crop of- Fceo t1 t4e t llcitlciS t vie fellow 4ho jjovVit looi i for son t g always fails ithdraiiyuurtt looking forhim Miss Sarah Les Foley enter tained a number of her friends presenthadW W Duley of Hoopeston Ill visited the of J 1 Morgan Thursday and Friday V M Kissick and family went last week to visit relativesJin Fleming coqnty Ringos Mill Married Dec 27 at the Meth odist Church this place Mr John S Shatton to Miss Eva Royse Both arc very promising young people and have the best wishes of the community Died Dec 26 Mrs Wm Rat liff nee Ella Kissick Inter burying felt sympathy to the bereaved husband and relatives in their loss ForgeHillweek with her parents here I am quite at a loss to know where W T spen his I think I hear him ChristmasI many returns of the Miss Minta Williams is on theII sick list It is feared she pneumonia triptcMissouri nothingbutMr and Mrs 11 G Cooper of Hillsboro attended the funeral of Mrs Wm Ratliff A happy New Year to reader and publisher A well known bachelor of this vicinity makes rapid calls on a young widow at Salt Lick Listen pr wedding bells Miss Hallie Hurst has been suffering with tonsilitis the past week and unable to teach Miss Nellie Kissick of Blue bank is visiting relatives here this week Upper Flat Creole Born to John H Carter and wife a sonRobert Nelson Miss Fannie Glover of Bloom ington Ind spent the holidays with her parents W C Glover and wife Miss Katie Carmody who is attending school at Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs A Quinn Mrs T J Steele is ill with rheumatismMiss White of Hink ston visited her sister Mrs Wm Moore several days last week Mrs Crit Lane is visiting rela tives in Mt Sterling Misses Fannie and Nell Glover were guests of Miss Mary McDonald in i Mt Sterling galur day i i riir JfIl I d= tov Odessa HoiM Dec 15tlVifIjam X 5tiidihi3 goes out with the las mail from our postofiice as the office was discontinued January 1 1907 which is greatly detriImental to fourfifths of plo of this community improvingfrom ofIupper White Oakand Mrs Moses seIMr Peck of upper Blue Lick was here last week consulting Dr Jones in regard to removing a cancer for a lady of that commu nity Unfortunately she had waited too long The young folks have been hav ing their usual gatherings during the holidays and enjoying them selves as usual littIesoniRiddle and family ncarOklaSat urday night and Sunday Dr and Mrs I W Jones and rsIi doctors mother Mrs Ruth Jones Jailer S T Jones visited his nightlastOscar Chandler of near Bald Eagle is here twice a week un der treatment of Dr Jones hay ing a cancer removed breast He is doing nicely ENTERED THE MINISTRY A particularly good story was told the other night by a young lady of this city who is well known in literary circles This young lady and her sister1 have been in the habit of buying chickens for their table from an old colored woman who lives some distance from Lexington- At one time during the summer the members of this old voman church held a camp meeting revival near her home andas usual a number of colored preachers were in attendance Shortly after meeting had broken up the young lady mentioned drove out with her sister to purchase some chickens but when they applied sadIllythey would have to go elsewher2 as she hadnt a chicken to her name younIlpe r chickens Lawd honey replied the larkie mournfully aint you at J ore heard about it Mali chick fins is all done entered do ministry Lexington Leader 1J IRVING AND4TFE LAWYan Sir enry Irving was at one time a yitiess in a case of street rob bery He had seen a sneak thief ihakeoff with a girls pocketbook t1d he consented to qppcr as a j girlThe was of the tj J3 that roars and rants at wit brealIc own i on th distinguished actor And at what hour sir did this happen asked the lawyer I think began Sir Henry when the lawyer interrupted with It isnt what you think sir its what you know that we want Dont you want to know what- I think mildly asked the actor I do not the lawyer snapped out Well then said Sir Henry I might as well leave the wit ness box I cant talk without lawyerCaledonian SEVERE ON SENATE BartKen nedy the noted English novelist told in New York a story about the Senate I heard this story in Washing ton said Mr Kennedy and I have every reason to believe it is true A Senator hurried into the Senate chamber one morning early and said to a page Young man did you find a SiC bill on my desk last evening I wrote a letter intending to en close the bill but somehow I fail ed to do so and left it behind on blotter pagetaking i that bill and here it is And itsa lucky thing for you sir that none of the other Senators hap pened in before I saw it Bos ton Herald Too LITERALA Georgia tells of an oldfashioned home near Macon where at dinner the company once fell to discuss questionOne after hearing all the arguments pro and con facetiously remarked that two clergymen in his county were threshing over the same problem and they both agreed that it portended evilwomen being responsible for most of the evil in the worldin fact wo men were worse than men Whereupon one of the women present indignantlyretorted In deed they are not Women are the Salt of the earth Dats so honey put in the old darkey cook from the kitchen dats de Bible truf for shore Jest think of Lots wifeIIar i LINo USE FOR ITSorne pIe remarked the thoughtfulI thinker use religion in this world but theoneImanpaused In the next world continued the t t the people aforesaid will have no use for a cloak 1LJ f 6 = r ir A SAUSAGE SitItT Dr John L Morse of I5ojton an authori ty on purs foods said recently expectWuireii Take milk for instance he ideMilk absolutely pure can Jot be sold today under fifteen cents a quart And so till we are willing to imitaIIAnd the morality of the deal ers will grow worse and worse till finally I can imagine a sau sagemaker saying on his deathbed to his son Always bear in mind my lad that sausage can be made out ofI anything even out of meat IIf a man is unable to make usuIcestors A woman is always ready to admit a mans superior intelli gence if hell admit that sheknows mire than he does It seems perfectly natural for some people to be unnatural Clubbing OfferIThe Cincinnati your choice of the following weeklies one year Ohio Farmer 210 Indiana Farmer 230 N lY Tribune and Farmer 230 Breeders Gazette 275 Louis CinlGazette 225 monthlies Agri PoultrySuccess Magazine 2 Womans Home Companion 235 Cosmopolitan Magazine 250 Pilgrim Magazine 225 semimonthly Farm and Fireside2IChrist Hoe Safety Razor 225 The Daily Post Spare Moments Humam Life and Farm News all one year for 225 The Daily Post and a 14karet solid gold fountain pen 235 5R D JOHNSON News Dealer Owingsville Ky P 0 box 105 =LAND SALE There will be offered for sale Jan 16 1907 the following real estate towit 17g acres f land lying in the county ofMont gomery on the waters of Slate Creek on the Howards Mill MtSterling turnpike road Said land is to be sold as a whole or divided into three tracts and is described as follows viz Four good dwelling houses four barnsIwith ea hi house All in grass except about twenty acres that was in corn this year Wellwat ered by two good wells anTSlate croak About 100 acres of this bottom land and second bottom land or laud that caji be plowed strictlybluegrassbacco land oil rural mail Touts No 1 Convenient to church and neighborhoodknown on day of sale For urthIer information write or call T CLARK Olympia Ky- COII1IIUSS1OI1CFS Sale Bath Quarterly Court N R Patterson Plff vSLo cf Dfls Under and by virtue of a judg ment of the Bath Quarterly Court rendered in the above action at Its October term 1906 the under signed will sell at public outery at the front door of the Court house in Owingsville Ky at at about the hour of 12 oclock noon on- MONDAY JANUARY 28 1007 one gold ring set with a diamond of the size of 1 14 and 132 kar rats Said sale will be made on a credit of three months The pur chaser must execute bond with goodsecurity for the purchase undersignedbearing date of sale until paid C S RATLIFF Commissioner Bath qpunty Herd of DUHOC JERSEYS A few choice boars ready for service- Breedingistock for sale at all times of the best blood in the State Address 1JALBERT WILSON Bethel Ky Phone 9 224t FAEM FOR RENT RaglandMillBath county six miles cast of Salt Lick three houses with out buildings 140 acres for corn 50 acres for oats Well watered Will rent to right parties for one yearsForWES ALFUEY Cave Run K- yClubbing Offer Our yearly clubbing offer Daily Cincinnati Times Star Sb TimesStar and Ohio Farmer 501 imes Star and National Stock man 5250 This offer is for mail subscriptions only R D JOHNSON News Agt 1B Pi t Quarterly Report of Tle- lAllMEllsBANK Oxvingsvlllo Kynt the cllse i r business Doc 31 W iisouncKL- oan nnd discounts S7UiaS Jit 1rclrnlld tU rlI SZ4lj 7 OvurclrmisuiiKiCurril Due Iroiii linll5anlis7VBG Iii iJiit from wtnlo Itnnks r IIrII9IIImlllaullml Compunle IIUlI lut Ill it her ItfiilKstutu it ngs IITt llniiils siocks and Ruxikr3Qao11Ie J tt Carr uey 2J71 k2ruiItItnhiUt rr ClllIrllll lil IDllicr lUiiiHrnrrlnl us Cash IIIuntil 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III1I1llIe- Ior any director orodKorlf amount stwli lndt litfdiif uxcvetlsiupor ur pakluji capital Muck of NOIIO Sictlou Kentucky Statutm J How tf ninu kfcured a IOH mount of Indebted of ni j f compiiny or llrm In ho I1l1hllll of the coiny ir II n tile Iliihlllly of till isiV4 iietnuurs thereof ex cutsliaii cyutof i aidup capital and nctuul IIf to tile uinouut of kuch lu tleliliilniss v it Amount of lut lirhlend JJ UJ 7 Were nil expeusoslossenlntercst nnd taxes ileduclud thuri tniin bv p ltSlIrIii5 tlhhlell tiud Willi not li than per c fv ntrt prolitH ol lie lutnk for iti ritni covered hy tiro dividend ttirriojt lo the surplus fund heforn mll tiivl dotid wits ileclnred VOl- iIbcc SectIon Kentucky blatutcij 8Ili53lntcoflCetitUcky t iJof Viirmers Hank a NoMuilti In nuidrotiaty tieluug duly sworn says the lorvKcmK report is In till respect u Irlll- llIleQmt oil he condition of the HHldnnnk lit tIre el euf business mi the 81st lny ol IUIIIbellfsnid Uiinu hits hen traiuncted at the Inca tion named and not Unt the nlKive report U iniule In compliance with nil PiccretnryofStutrdisIguntIiig slutiinlJLCCrisbtcr J HtSOOUlAfiTKU Dlrrcto 4T KDIUltJUOU Director W JI VlliailT Director Hulncrllfd and sworn to liefora me by J J Irfiey tli tut da y ol an ItKir 31 Coninilnslon cxplnS lvii uu U ipUGi11 01111110 Until C i 0 1 Quarterly Report cf The OWINGSVILLE BANKING no At thccicsootljuIess flcc5I1S1v1- iILUuURCU3 iJIroQlOvt rllrult unvvrurvtl Due from Natlonnl lUinUt til5lt 87I2XOiOilierMor nnKei US londs Oilier Stocks and Itords Slieclw HJitl 97 10lxclitigeother Items carried 1s Cnsh 7J111O1UUtIUrrnt u1ansa Ist Qrtr crtd cIT 1CGIviinnU linw lull iiniKilull real ts lull t xielit Itniikliig lionse and lot If nay owned lunger tbuu ivy yearUA1SIMTIKS Cnpltnl Stock ptild Inlu 5aSiornHiu plus Fount il Ur 75HimiJflMKfltsKUhjcut luctieuUnm which interest Is nt inlii liOW5l loeheckcunwblehIlIlerest Uiiinuul cortltlcntos ifiHposltslon which Iiileret Plti1 lino certificates of deposits nil which Intorwt Is much l8J unltail 10 BiVillJ IJIp isit Con vtllcb llitircst Checks Duo Mitlonnl Hanks rli 4d line Htie irnk anil hnkrs AOI7 ISa tK nile Trust t onipanlitA fusiliers Clnckx oulstuinllug HIlls IIlIpRIIICll S1SOW1 Id SUPVLEMKN rAltY- I IIl3lic t uiiionnt of IncieOtulness of any stockholder pcrsuii tInpuny i r flrin including in tin Ii nlillltynt Ilia compiiny or urn tliu liability of tin Iruilvliluiil nitinhfrs ierohf dircetly or directly ll such lidthUHlniss ex rifdsw per cent olcuplal NlocK nctually and ih nctuul 9000tIIhoe Itoin secarml Personal securityKoe Htntute ludtohllnessI How Is same KimuredT 5 ors amount of lndeltcdn s of any perioii coinptiny or firm In cluding in the lltiblllty of tho company or IIrmlho liability of the Individual niuiub rs thereof ClipI1nlIf state amount of such indebt edness Amount of lust dividend UM 00 7 Wire sill expenses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before ilicltirliitf dividend und wns not leas than percent of net proat of tie bunk lor the period cover tt by tho dividend carried to the surplus fund before sold dividend 1vIt IcciredtoSic Hectlon 5W Kentucky tjtiitutcs 5SCoulltyT II 1JKOWX Cashlei tf flvtnsvIlteUiinklng Con Until located and doing bus iness III fin street In th i Ow IIi IK II II In said county twins duly sworn says the foregoing report Is in nil respectsn true btateiiient or the condition of tho bald liunkat thoclo of liniiness oil the SM dayofli c IJurt to tlm best of his knowl edge und belief and further says that tho biHlnessof sittd Hank liis hen transacted at the locution named lUul Rut eltnwhere and that the iilHir report is made in com pllnnce wlllinnottclul notice ryculred from tho Secretory of Plato deHlKtmtlns Slat ihw of Due ltOOuit the tiny on which such tundeJMitl President ISA ShotrsK irectorIt DC KM Director T II mtOWN Director t1AlbTMy Commission expIres leb luill IU UUDUULL Notary Public Bath Co Ky A corner in grain isnt neces squaretv but if you CAT I be good be careful upecked husbands are apt to caKle when their wives are away Tying to blush is awful hard on a grass widow complexioji I r ff X i 4 i r= r =tDI j I Wetter nnd ninTcnnn- Dinlel 7 Webster onCf btgjn n vnjv of sonic Nflv I j Bjlro wall IiuHdlu ft tlieroou lie KfJ the tenant who was lerewben tiii promises rere convey ml toWm In pos 4 pessioiu One xununei a few years Inter ns Le nntl his wife were Journeying in tht tlClhiUy of the farm they decided to tnk II look at It He found an ngcd woman In charge Site said In reply to lUcgtloiiH that the place belonged to a lawyer down In Boston named Web terAVniat rent do you pay Y asUed the amused owner i Ucnt she exclaimed I dont pays I filly rent It Is bad eaough to lvp i lucre without having to pay for It and If hi dont Us up the hottae saou 1H leave anyhow Wonder If be cxpcctr Im going to freeze to death this ctAF weatiicr WelJ remarked the proprietor it I Is a prctty hard vase but If youll ac cept this live dollar bill towaj on another year Ill toto sctrtlr V soiUtiter and intro something dons about It With which remark lie took final leave of lila farm Eoston Herald Do Dlrd Sympntblscf Animals experience grief over the foss of their young but not over thn death of one of their number Death Itself seems to have no meaning to them When n bird seems to mourn for Its lost mate Its net Is probably the outcry of the breeding Instinct which has been thwarted Do the birds and mammals sympathize with one anotli 4 er When one bird utters a of distress tlie birds of other speclcn with in hearing will hasten to the spot nu1 Join in the cryat least in jig ijreedliiB Reason I have Mo proof that they will do It at other times And I do not call this sympathy but sImply o alarm of the parental Instinct whIcli atthls Iseason Is very sensitive f slnrnV cry of many birds will often put four footed animals on the tookout Thr language of distress and alarm Is a universal language which nil creatures understand more or less But I doubt If sympathy as lye know Itthe kecrt appreciation of the suffering or the misfortune of another which implies power In a measure to put ourselves In that others place even In its rudi mentary form exists ainoug the lower i orders John BurroUghs In Human Traits In Animals In Outing Maga ZtUe fl a Courtship In nalttmore Observations extending over forty years convince us that In Baltimore most cotirtships are bfeun about the middle of October when the uvenlngsi l 5ro v chilly and sitting In the par lor for mes comfortable Just before Christmas tbsce are oftenJ principally to t tly to venders of after the holiday i nionly a rapproci toward Jan SO tli nod of prcllmtuarj eulatlon Tbmfd Clarence advance t t and i mid Msvitli her pro 0 j as fQkiLIc rrjlicngri vf ore au Zr 1tt anti a is flrc CIISFTI l i13sottrtK heads la tnmnltp Edwin Uo ni si far us i IiCe throw himscif Into hfscbi tltttone occasion and then hi IarIn Bcrtuccto In Tlie Illngs i t I tjflS related that fia came pET liwK igbci the conclusion of the pfrfonnance cpnl rlnccd that he had sb wsdNill of hli prcrlons efforts and hi wase 1Y cIted thrilled tlngUng w ho envf tlons of the diameter Intj tile had blindly cast himself but his ter Edwlria Booth who Unrt bet ting In a stage box told cm ln never seen hint act so tadlv Tof one performance Booth tMii afSrt bad chosen to be the man and not thV artist N Tedious Work of Old H okmnUtn During the twelfth and thirteenth centuries monks frequently isolated themselves from the world and repro duced the Bible In Illuminated manu script The work was necessarily slow anti In no Instance was it accomplished In less than thirtyfive years Guide do Jars was a producer of these Illuminat ed manuscripts and a beautiful sped men of his work was sold along with the books of Sir W Burrell In 1700 Tills copy of the Bible had occupied half a century in Its production A note In the beginning of the manuscript In Jars handwriting Indicates tnt ho began his taskln 1214 and did rs eludo It till 1204 The Circle The ratio of e circumference of a circle to Its diameter was first ascer tained to some degree of exactness by Van Ccutcn n Dutchman He found that if the diameter of a circle was 1 the circumference would be 3I141502C 53580703208102043353270302884 nearly which Is exactly true to thirtysix places of decimals and was effected by the continual bisection of an arc t of a circle a method so cstramely la Imrious that It cost him Incredible pains Indian Hemp end Catalepiy A single grain of the resin of Indian hemp wilt1 produce catalepsy In a man t A few hours are required for the ef fects to reach a climax when his limbs may bo placed In almost any po c sition without difficulty and whoa once placed they remain In the given position Indefinitely although the nat ural Influence of gravity would causo them to fall During the catalepsy tho lody Is usually Insensible to all Im j press ious Spliler IVcb Fishlnc Xets Tho natives of Now Guinea employ L extraordinary Halting nets of spldora web to capture fish weighing up to d pound They fix bamboos bent in the i nhapc of a landing frame In the jnn 4 gle and the spiders weave their net all over tile frame The method of flshlnr Is to watch for a passing fish and then to dip It out and throw It on dry land lMUapprcIteniton r Would Be Purchaser In a Country V Store Have you any black hose J Clerk Xo we havent a hoe In tha store LIppincotts A lu the Department Sore rtShei want to tee some bmssels Ho Yes mit1ztm Inrver cftrfct i KorfitiU proolat noe3 tAndon TatIark 1 To err ishnnun to liebout it is more human 1 44 4