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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 i jlilYtP r r t 4 p IftiW1i c t 011 t r f7 i1lijy T 1 it 1J l h tt thinillr ullotIf L f A T f0zr lit1 r y 1f IfLf C 0T oxxviii OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JAN 10 J 907 i ibTIIE OutLooK of ti1the upstairsTOOm building formerlybccipied cccert4of Y ee us in l je4 f M3 Give ill your orde now for statements i ij BalfJJand rubbers are gaaran teed by Brother Brother tT t I I jTheBall Band rubbers are the boit For sale by Brother ethr4 TM weather became uncom j lertaWyiwurm Sunday and Sun i dynuttVTh rt wu a mighty wind storm b flPhuiti ho damag6 beeberd of l f1 Tbevyoui society people had tiwir Weekly dance at the Courtr r IlmIe Friday night 1 J The w atiwr aftei an uncoml 4c fcrtably warm spell l srd rain fell1uesdyJ8 The U SArmy recruiting j i station at Mt Sterling has been s removed to Salt LicK says theeLedngton Herald I C W Nesbitt slipped on an or peel and fell down the eel IJ athlS hmemMt Ster o and broke one of his =juit cvetheankl t M OTCLI will enl bHfJue y rdiceq1nstgrbage ontJi tre kLeokut TIt you W WPoxR StreetCri i 4iz SoIjPAL S B Goodpaster J LoAu5re FIa fj ovelby Mrs k S ipaY ng t F M toWt 1r nd Leslie Shrout at W 1Th p acre t IS ExenNArioNSome 13 I pokteCiviI Seryice exam Saturday in C ll t i1 L tIfJr JdPtL 1a lcr I itio4 fsaftieioaOwingsviUeI r1 f 3ili iD i- a4I1 eiti n 4XI kisMeA fcaktherled ias1LThSWidO ii1fifJJ i lrsttoamielt yna4cB1I AK i1ofg f 1eLr iiia D J tntJ PI Winche r will de flysran Mat the Confe- dIIih eVteWUrmetinginoo iftbe Mivuvof tj ttIlfGeiallKabertE 4LJ19atthe ourtheusc- a e l 1 sBQARDe Bath Board o Tsz Equal svs utti Mnual rosrd itcoMp d Of titHi Ratiff1 JeffAtchI iawi Preis BUMS Ad CW tiJMCrsipandFoiellbet be tPlMIttM l wbe eek nd thjossiIL be Jby t1wruil ii TNN o fr194L this sdteWn1b L a erDotrH It dIyri tkia we lctoiperltrm the rrfe v tTB ey at the Ow I lags E rGHart iieq I isthewidow Hart oJIu dbtseofWmB noo t Wiufftie uurhbor l kood 1 AftqImTaATos QUAUI1on a I =MinAw WWD dy Minihan fXfSt6r 1kmbv quelled u MUUI1UJ1o trMt the t le of their MpfteW Gsite4 d WM killed ky a triinOOHilim JMt 1tSdIIDNjMtS the rilM tbe cwAriry family Wiitrir Tf MY d any off from theC 04ihO5d LOIt corn 1ir lr ry laIDtp ca JDY isess- smsnaf 11I vvwetGwnJUWiiVVWIlt JllUXl1Uv 44thssteoUandiO3 aboie1iea taken 479V dogsrjhetti iiwlu lands tOa lots ftvbsks ind otter pers6ialty t r A r f p BAILEYLAssessor t ioeinemLaiiiatTisi rroo is prepsred to 1 L1 =t tIlv re Iit = IiDeriftlftth aort ti 4 c 1 sfuls4rle at thsos1 1 tiuubIeptiei conpe rt ti jband JLyou wilrtlid w JadvaMu to u do Yi wok iIi IHat i sittdsryti isisall 1Ir t rIIt M ausubAs IM t lI eli lslssuad otlsr1isnks riL J i Vil O f4 A14ft f i 1 lT i V 11Ls 1 Z4 I l 4 t 1 fiVt 1iIft t t ito4 r l 4 l tit c1eI Irk r l I v l j Ii F I 7c fJrI u u PERSONAL James L Stephea kin Cincin nation business Wm T Lathram of Flemings burg was in town Monday Coleman Elliott has gone to at tend a business c Uefeiat Lex ington Rev JE MOM returned Fri day from a visitte home folks at Newcastle Robert Gault of Frankfort was the guest pf his sister Mrs James A Barnes last week Jack Steton of NewtownScott county visited his brother Jeff of Salt Well the past week James K Emmons and family of Mt Sterling were guests of Mrs Nannie Stephens Sunday Miss Laura Cole tfJefferson YiJlewas the guest of hersiste- rs r FeIpethepastweek Mrs Joseph Manley and two daughters of Troy N Y re guests of her sister Mrs ohn Scott Miss Lulie Lane of Mt ing was the guetf her SOOB I rs Judge Jas vn td Lane the past wk Mrs John PetRndofMt Sterling went home Friday af ter a vtsltttQner parents Elder B H Ross and and wife Mrs Ossa Boyd and two sons fl Ape and Spencer after a visit i TO her sister Mrs Power i to Carlisle Satur1returnedhome sterMissJoannaguests of theirbrotherEugene and the Sheehan brothers and sisters Thursday Mrs Lou Reasor and sister Miss Bertie Barney were in town Thursday en route to then home at Bowards Mill The latter was pleasant caller at1 o MIllard FWiln ofStep teas te Thsreday preparatory I6 g with Ws family to Lex nicforitxresider They are good ternmunitycliftrdiSmith and wife of Taetr1 afm Owen untyVvis ed thtU tter s 11 OM f13Ulbrla Branch a tt i eturni ij I J SuSIW1fa1L rw iuker iidstor uoi ri I cistilleryf last week to ip d isonse time his family V EueneMiniban Rid John Sel moris returned Wednesday of iestcweek from a Vi81t relatives CoyingtO The Jormers broth veryickJoseph heeh who was hurt the first m August by a Jail from a aft Jdat Carlisle was able to come town on crutChes last Thursday Henry was hurt at the nine irne bMgoni to work again jA1Ursdaysome tlfettimstudious oungnianand s 1SamlntiousallllelJ a sonof THE VOLUME PR BUSINESS The merchants of XXwingsville were interviewed pestwsekS in regard to the Jnessdoneby tb mins 1906 copit 1906 To avoid SbentloninlrTOmes theresPQnse8 wfll be given by- umbers r No L Ou business s8atlifactory and a little larger than thepreviousyearNo24Wedithiaar1y2O00s worth more bosuMM in 19Q6 than ini05i r N6 3 Inrdundnumbe s we did 3000 morebiWM in1SOG No 41My business has It must pe so Ope ad arices or yecedee No 5Our trade was not so good t No 6 uIts aU stuff tluitbusii less has been better t iN o7 cIt AU not Wen near 5 1 No 8My local trade has fallen butl have regained the loMO ordersforgoocie shipped away from bom- Ko i 9 Wihve ben busy w we could be all the albut the value of our trade- muchiess ia very Julytradetown in most lines Ours fell off some hundreds of dollars but in the latterJialf of the year we re- gjnedun loss I Nov URetred rather an indefinite answer from which it wUrNo1LMybdsineisisnrlllxititfscashandas every way sl v Jol3 JIYt dJocatio- nrb IOinUdtNttW1rQicf big gerbushisse bMy obieLiior I teaches 1iiebaMries WM n tso l thOUy noe thoHghas nothing lik S l a I tlu4l t t assatisfactoYy though I told out entirely a line of goods never hwidled before wo 14My trade was as gmd in 1906 as in 1905 These are the chief businessmen who have been in business both years The conclusion drawn by the in terviewer was that business gen erally in 1906 was not so goo here as in 1905 though no doubt in some instances there was A growth and increased trade Only firms mention a definite increase in dollars THE OUTLOOKS subscription business was about the same both rs but the advertising of the merchants fel off anyhow 25 pqr cent Times were never so prosper ouswith the farmers laoor ersas n19Oi Naturiily busi ness ought to have been much better Of course the reason of comparisonunder Prohibition with that done When there were license l saloons All external indications point countrypeoples ands of dollars worth of trade ha gone t Mt Sterling that would have comeher but for Prohibi tion Where the Prohibition peo pIe make a mistake is in deluding themselves with the belief that jusiness hasnt suffered articu arly by reason of Prohibition IfJ t is the great thing claimed ior t though the price paid for it be a great loss of business it is worth the price TRUE BROTHERLY SPIRIT In beautiful Park cemetery at Marshall Saline county Mis sriis the statue of a cavalryman It has erectedto the grayFortysixColumbia Herald two brothers resided David and Aus The Civil war came on The arguments between the brothers were arid serious Finally David Dennis left the home of hisfather and went into the Confederate army Aus tin shortly atprward went into he 1ion army For four long t o civil coiflict the tWo brothers fought on l singsids The w eltL lhc brother sought each othetVand nmne qollJC161=iind nwr iNaptonY ga with their pareiits fe week It was laboi I xit astheyh Went by theyse- umulated caneiderable land and c- ebuilt their 4ttcred fortunes i wereburidbrothers bean tothinkoftk Theqhose g at Marshall there removed their fatiies kridinothefAlid then over theirgraves they erected a splendid moriumen yhich wouldm vdierstlethe StrsndBars and the other s who followed thee Stirs and Stripes The monument cost 3 00 Us a tine equestrian statue IresentsUpori it ai suitable in andherejtWOlSSOunans wideStates have since Appomattox sdown tIons of John lived on Wtlcli le county was a wASprominNorth Be went West after the war He made a visit back to i tfivwas member of Captain WpConners F c Second Battalion of Moimted Ri tJohnson VoOPEN SEssiON The ladies- of the C W x M Auxiliaryarid girls of the Y tthf will con l duct the services Christian Church bn Sunday evening Janu a 13 ipterestin program presentintn work of the wo- rnenat irid abroad will be given Mrft Sarah Yancey Lexkigtosi will d raaddressn E erybod is cordially c An offering iormoun schools will be taken The are lliuk dtoDe present and mtkis womens work whicH the Lord has so greatly blessed C NtRP3UlED EnITogJamel+ f THfc OUTLOOK force has beer ofthenoon daily newspiMr He h Lexingtensince leaving THM on Atrill5 1906 andbtcameasort b3terned1tot and mmgThg editor J1i fwbichrl5 va f rcJrv t fi t iiit jI- j tir4 THE VicTORY WoN Winches preliminaryfight campaignhasTobacco Society to secure an amount of pooled tobacco that would justify furtherproceedings along the line of proposed opposi Fordfight been hot By the terms of the pledge if fifty per cent of the total acreage of Burley to byJanuaryshould no longer be binding As the time approached it was seci that the contest would be ver close and the last few days wer strenuous indeed The body of men constituting convenechereed favorably in every way with any assemblage that has been Animatecby I terrained to win yet with faces set like flint against anything that savored of violence or illegality their sentiments were ex pressed in the resolution adopted which declared that they stood lawIwere desperately in earnest yet 1positionman was seen in any degree under the influence of liquor No violence of speech was indulged in and no bitterness was roam fested towards those growerswho seemed willing to take advantage of the labors of the Society without bearing any of its burdens The speeches While depicting faithfully the disadvantages Under which the grower labored- contained nd threats against the trust Itwas recognized that the pojvertheyprofits and that the whole matter was a cold blooded business pro p iti hwhichmust e solyed in a business manner the time for beginning the Courthons was well filledrandin a few tfao tsj af H tfiejbell rang jLr ked alnlbst tp siuffocation Irysles Wefe filled the spiue ji the bar was packedtllL iuwerecijvered loom iii the t was I1idlattiiheIM as i plain to bit rt thc tmnra rO ISVSaTiSc IJ 61 OrHuuse q wirmed Ghiiit Hri a I allcd themeetiiigAo vderi and ztroduced Hon James Andrew Scott a jajrorriinehtxlawyer of Frankfort He made a mostvio 1mtspcchsoIr of which was and soneejt execrable Hewarried the orguni tion of the danger of allow ing political ambition to dominate ts councils and the woiv come if en with political schemes toad tomanageitscial attention tothe organiza tionoftnetenantsand small farmers arid told the members that the yofIth trust en bled it to obtain the series of he very best brains in the coun try and ifths organization hop edtQcopeWJth it the members must put their best men forward This advice was all right but hdn he told of the toll gate raids terms of approval and advo cated tar and feathers for emis sariesofllietIuStmanyexcll c ns of disapproval IVeteeard At the conclusion of his speech the crowd Adjourned to the HoUse where H C Sherman of Indiana made a speech B R Jouett introduced the fol owing resolution Resolved thatthis Conventions unalterably opposed to any ac ion or sentiment which can in ny Way be construed into an ap- roval of th outrages recently othmitted iir the dark tobacco district That we are opposed to thejvidlatipn of Jaw to accomplish the opponents of ur organization nd that we fartheetter and in the 1iitH TAlsrea61utioriwassecondedin ringing speech by lion W H Elliston of Grant countY and when ut bythe presiding pmic6ri was carried unanimously with shouts of approval Senator Byron of Bracken ounty at len along familiar lines showing how the grlat tobacco trust was formed s its expansion of power and the difficulty in dislodging itfrom its present position He then spoke ofthe present onover t3Tsuccess I meant and of the result of failure Bte wasiltroducedby Hon Ab rum maae a fine speech which was well received Senator Campbell Cantrillof Georgetown then spoke inbe half District Committee which had been hard at work all day digesting and arranging the reports from the tatives- r of the various counties He sai- dthefigbtwua close one and the Cpmoit e was not yet prepared snnqunce aV1 that sue i cess largely on thiiri dependent buyers Onic of whi6m 4 ItS 4L REDUCTION I ALEMoney Saved is Money Made Here is your ciiance to savernoney In order to reduce and clean out our stdck Wewilt Gut the prices down to make themgo on ourc OVERCOATS f LOTEIINc t it M fI t And DBE8S GOO Si r AtSO1 i 50 piiir of pants atless than cost tUt Ofxhens hats ttnJl t at oneI1tprieeSor S ewrit vhfi C t pioJ l iJ3 l t w r ti ana many otller jlg Is lii n Jhnd BARGAINS d Y- i tHr rilf Get usyand come and see for yourself S SLESSER were present that three thou sand acres had beenpledged since oon and that tel ephone wires were being freely used in communications with in dependentYeiand the hold ers of unpledged tobacco and from the character of the rer sponses it was believed victory be announced by morning He further said the committee was acting in pefect fairndss and that not an acre would be counted until it was actu The chairman then Announced that there would be no more msmeetings but that the remaizder- of the work would be done in committee After the adjournment of the afternoon session the Executive Committee was still busy with the telephone arid telegraph arid togrqwbrightered to hold a meeting inthe Court h uS u dYJ owd Si cial inclination to leave the hotel and the matter of a night session was simply dropped Meanwhile the Elks invited the visitOrS and a mimber of local friends to partake of a Dutch lunch at their Club rooms andthe crowd repaired to that place An elegant was served in that inimitable manner for which those noble animals are noted and for some time labor WSdI9P and fun and good felloW8Jtipieigh e When the vrantsof the beensupp1iedIijSh utive Committee read thefol lowing which was with tremendous and long continued In the forty counties growing tobacco including those of Ohio Indiana and West Virginia as the figures now stand we have 54 per cent signed by persons who have tobacco on hand and 4 par cent tobacco by people who wil get itandpititinthepogjWednesday the Com mittee met in executive session and the public was not admitted Many interest werfedis cussed and in view of the fact unorganizedterritory 7 t d11i time for taking pledges was extended until 12th at which time the books of the So ciety will be closed On Friday January llth pre cinct meetings will be held in the the unorganized territory county meetings the 12th at which time I delegates will be chosen for the meeting of the District Commit villmeethereagainonthe handlingtheA committee composed of W CMcChordlof Springfield RoB or and C S Williams of Versailles issued settingforthwhahad t SocietyWhen the electien of officers C M Hanna President and E H Swain See positivelydeclinedanother cers were chosen President and General Mana CynthianaSecretary LucienBeckner of this Clark County National Bank and Peoples State Bank both of this Treasurers The members of the Board are J R Bascora of Bath county countyRCS Williams of Woodford county Dr J W Milam of Pendleton county Clarence Lebus of Harrison cpjmty Keep your feet dry Buy Ball Band rubbers atBrother Brothers POINTED PARAGRAPHS A i argument is the preface to a quarrel Girls are fond of attention married women are fond of con tentionEver notice how polite the av erage man is when he has som- ethingjo sell thattheyhave beJastwordtREFLECTIONS OFA BACHELOR theirnple t fW- t 4 l n Jr j f f1 55 f1 Jrrfp T i f fI j BUGGY B tr JfJANJJ i C1I J 1 1 HORSEELANfr1S J t I have a special Jwusijpe on Buggy Robes andSfor this month Corns and see the largest line of lyJtefc Jgand the Joweittpncesr 1iiroEJ 2 J fr Y- 4F f U rJ N f1 Ua B I AND UDAWGj5We Edward L Barnes of Own lI and ilVm jt Peteiilately of Bethel have associated oufealves ujfe in t ture and undertaking business in Owing andTjej licit a share bf the peoples trade Prfcwprv See us before buying elsewhere inDalmih f principles of the art All calls met promptly daj j BARNES L PETERS RACKET Sli Everything for L S- Por t4 i Cash Only i 1 Calico45eHair Pins bunch Ic Pins paper 4 3c 19fHeavyThreadgpool 4c Bedticking yd13eApron Gingham yd 6c lOcTableExtra Heavy Out yd- an Ic Silk spool A 011Y Yaras fhetLandFloi 4j IVnM Steeiinl 7S S i ccid I T BrooiYT SodWJS iv GrUite1siK Tb4SIQ1Sti iLiD oIrJ I 4 tJ fl tff rT f Screened Lu ip and bCaniiei c 0 u j t Write or Telephone r ROSERpIIIRaI J L DDJu THE LEXINGTON HL 1 F LEADINC DEMOCRATIC Ii CENTRAL rve 500 January 1908 is a special bargain offer ware newspaper readers of the regaL yearlyjbc agaaftWjarybefore subscribing us for free sample oPt v LEXINGTON HERE GOIPflffi LEXINGTON KEN1 l to how1torun the Government Its real excitmgtotrythkiss- a girl in a a long feather without out your If a woman find else to be proud of about her hus marIA girl to think she keep her knees from chapping by wearing fur on her One the queerest 1thing about a woman is the ways thinks you couldnt help liking certain things she cooks if you really loved her A woman hardly es itsbfaterFrOm the way theY hideit most f v ProtrSI iIJ if iS J G ff OWll 1T1k F Linen tow iej Is Pillow cas eI l Dreiier Scarf 7E Y V S4 AHKea Chkken Pw eflIVjL t Jt Gt rc111CC p f 7 f 7 I J r i tS lr tt J XENTu t to i LThis that rnkng Kentucky write THE d with putting eye cant anything seems can eve rnw f 1 rFOBBillj OR t j I4My- 191re5thi3 rft J 1tU the7tukeforoney i 811Ue 1fI can get aIJ orc d 4 f L 2 I Is 4 4lh4 I 1 zk 4 j b wr j ttfS fol1 Ii t 4 It 4 rJ J t1 k J 7 r VVV 0 HVVl Wg a 3VVVlV VV tt 1V v V a S s ZV ca I AYVrvv eo to j p as i f 1 jutton fi i v f Sulatton V Apompromlso Individual v The man t he Js Wilt r liberty fio far but tj J i lot he regards self f i3i fanatical asceticism i 4 f ge under French usage says l VSedgwck In Atlantic Is a part nershlp in which such matters as character tastes edcatlont birth and property are to be considered con 5r tracting families scrutinize tho pro posed bride and groom as if coming f up for admittance Into a club They a look at our custom of marrying for I love with amazement as we should I look at a grocers cart that started i on Its rounds at 30 miles an hou Our system confines its view to the x romantic dreams of youth and re Vgard8 matrimony rather as a holiday cruise than a voyage of life We may err in our endeavor to regard men and women as disembodied spirits and yet we cannot but think that the French err In their resolution to bo sensible and regard men and women 8Vety Our theory may look too far- r Into the future theirs lingers too far Bb in tho brutal pastw 1 kWhere Some Writers FalLst JJjmost frequent defect V S termagazlne uso and we t tot tVflct1oi that i din book form vVr4 j pelty In construe V h says Harpers 4 b manuAdV r a certain precalcu 4 0 I U V LIlh reference to t j slY contrives every I V Uon of h18 story j i es the more surely V ynulae appeal to his c 1Vv J8guIs a his labor by v I Vf dramatic material e succeed In riV Jsnslbllltles and beJo rSVV- er aim may outsells multitude Is easily 4 jendld artifice which 7 r Instances has com V aUon of even the Ju fj4 V j r jk that in such In I giy has not by his e holly closed the AS Vv must appealjire Jiies and the a Invention is of PVIs t i jI I e out Lync psit one ol the pho- t hh thing without a e rror Jt Is not the jr chiefly of the thing i nlmate cenler of a Uls the faces of the sbeoktour very souls i YIl twaifaces Go x 4oIiityseciistobothc borings Always vye 7 1 crOwilBr r fIo ty The man whc i1iC1lIag bee appreciated llags of the lyhchers 1 grim wreck la the can t h1tpicture might be taker 7 qcBeertut gathering at rLeave1t ia uys a erlean Jtapaiae and jl it Is Bet tMieadf terrltes k thriaretsoi r 4 coastets in t tree which is ConIierdlnarllyIIS attained an age b ears and akaigkt Of be ttt tsd76feet Ttre speeles VV Ied has weoetpf a hrown t greasy feeling to iVV 1889 the teak has I I Nce the cutting 0f t p rP regulated by the tI i A peculiar feaa t t lg designed to cause iol a hrt slowly wlttt Its Sap 4 l jgirdingof the trunks r1I1etUJCe above the ground two i Tjieethe trees are felled The 1 exported to all parts of Eu t J a t fo r rBer a wealthy EngUs h J1J r L8 come to Amerlaa J eenthtI 1IIs1 d the winter with t i C1IeJee8 MassVHVi first y t IMawde la 186L He says t iJkiget Usae Quired for any c o M lad0 Slrdayarj d 4 roteesed in fly4aya aad 15 I f Ijohet of leier 1111 I saassa of the lack of cheap msldag It i 7p owfi ag that she was the lead j I it Aath4fhUruetit4eveaayoun g id kas apls prove 4 J j r iiU that memo f i Wr Jcaot keep a ii r V 41 + lt 4 Si I J thetAJ k1h found a ella 4jq 1 J r ia wiry RtesB which hec cJi iJ r t 4 XM only one drink1 J i s 4 U rf daIeiIarter male imml t Kew York to onefett lJ Io 1 f1 CUI snake a1 yV 1 f aa NewYerk 1ES- att Iti v P JI s r 4 rJ tt if l J 1 17 Jr Ifr Ji t tot t lt1 A t f t s l tt 1JO 1 It i f 4 f re I1LtCTa iI f tJ dr 14 ftr i i j1fAa II t t3 0 ri J =fM utf Iff Sjcer+ t f l ict J l rf4aL cp t r rG+ J r t4 t tPA I1 I i u q 4r hoIr j r kira i r f f i 141t p j A J i ii 1 br G 7 tl Jt P C 1 11s f ri YI tt i3r1L a TIlE DELUGEIJs DAVID GPAHAN PHJILtRSufhar of 7HEcrJSJJha- Jn3fiTTiQS gtl 1JCJlJ53 tcfvJ CHAPTER III Continued Well fix It up later Blacklock said he All right said I And from that minute I was almost silent It was something In her tone and manner that silenced mo I suddenly realized that I wasnt making as good an 1m prfcsslon as t had been flattering my self When a man has money and is will- Ing to spend It be can readily fool himself Into imagining ho gets on grandly with women But I had bet ter grounds than that for thinkingl myself not unattractive to rule Women had liked me when I had nothing women had liked jse when they didnt know wholwas I felt that this woman did not like me And yet by tho way she looked at mo In spite of her efforts not to do 0 I could toll that I had some sort of unusual Interest for her Why didnt sho like meT She made mo feel the reason I didnt belong to her orld My ways and my looks offend d her She disliked me a good deal he feared mo a little She would have felt safer If sho had been grail fying her curiosity gazing in at me through the bars of a cage Samnot without hesitation as I recalled afterward left me with her when I sent him to bring her brougham up to tho Broadway entrance Asashe and I wore standing there waiting in silence I turned on her suddenly and blurted out You dont like me She reddened a little smiled slight ly What a quaint remark said sheI looked straight at her But you shall Our eyes mot Her thin came out a little her eyebrows lifted Then In scorn of herself as well as of me he locked herself In behind a frozen haughtiness that ignored me Ah here is the carriage she said I followed her to tho curb sho just touched my hand just nodded her fascinating little head See you Saturday old man called her brother frlendllly My lowering face had alarmed him curtlyAndAs I had formed the habit of dill missing the disagreeable I soon put her out of my mlndDul she took with her my joy In the taste of things I couldnt get back my former keen satisfaction In all I had done and was doing The luxury the tangible evidences of my achievement no longer gave me pleasure they seemed to- dda to my irritation I worked myself JIB or rather down to such a moOdat when my omce boy told on would like me to s soon a It was mer1Lan snapped ojit The htl1 el11r LafigSo- T11 be M St2lutxaWMBor sTupHlrjr a pre mature my right to be treated as an I had always anYQiherOfmad Ota summoiyj For while I was rich and powerful I held both wealth and power In s sense op sat ferance I knew thaCso long as I greatdepartmentcould destroy me should they decide that they needed my holdings or were not satisfied with my use of my power 1 was surprised when Lang d u enVapeare41nmyMeeafewmIates eareai1ylook and a stow bored way of talk lag I had always said that If I had set been myseX I should have w1ed- telae Langdoa His expression as he came ito my office Vmentbeas If frleBdDlackJockhucaught tho swoll suggesUonfpertlEeace for In the circumstances 1mpert1BenceJust the frailty of a friend I see said he that you have got Textile pp to 85He was the head of the Textile trmst which had been built by his brothermlaw and halt faljea to him la the confusion following his broth erinlaws death As he was just then needing some money for his share in the National Coal undertaking he had directed me to push Textile up toward par and unload him of two or three hundred thousand shareshe of coarse to repurchase the shares after he bad taken profits and Textile had dropped back to its normal 60 Illhaye It up to 98 by the middle of next month said L And there I think wed better stop Stop at about 90 said he That will give me all I llhd Ill need for this Coal business I dont want to be bothered with hunting up an Invest meat I shook ay head I must put It up to within a point or two of par I de cured In my public letter Ive been saying it would go above 95 and I1 never deceive my public Be smiled my notion of honesty always amused hlmAB you please he said with a shrug Then I saw a serious look Jus a fleeting flash of warning behind his smiling mask and he added carelessly Be careful about your own personal play T doubt If Textile can be put any higher It mu have been my mood that prevented those words from making the impression on me they should have made Instead of appreciating at oace and at Its full value this characteristic and amazingly friendly sig nal of caution I showed how stupidly eeV Summer tel Mrs 1ylMrs Caterby suddenly dts otkerlD one of the up 1 J t Well wu l I VoI Z 1 Y n Well Is thre f t VJ i- I 11 cVl J f il 7a JO iSlVV P c f l 5lVt 4 b Inattentive I was by saying Something doing Something new But ho bad already gono further than his notion of friendship war ranted So he replied Oh no Simply that everythings uncertain nowadays My mind had been all this time on those Manasquale mining properties I now said Has Roebuck told you that I had to buy those mines on my own account Yes ho said lie hesitated and again ho gave me a look whose mean ng came to me only when It was too ate I Mk Blacklock youd bet tar tarn them ever to me I cant I answered I gave my wordAs you please aaV ho Apparently the matter didnt Inter est him Ho began to tallr of the performance of my little twoyearold Beachcomber and after 20 minutes or so ho drifted away I envy you your enthusiasm ho said pausing In my doorway Wherever I am I wish I were somewhere else Whatever Im doing I wish I wero doing some thing else Where do you got all this joy of the fight What the devil are you fighting forT He didnt wait for a reply- I thought over my situation steadily for several days I went down to my place I lOoked everywhere all my belongings searching searching restless Impatient At last I knew what ailed mewhat the lack was that yawned so gloomily from YOU everything I had once thought beauti ful had once found sufficient I was in the midst of the splendid terraced pansYLbeds my gardeners had just set short and slapped my thigh A woman I exclaimed Thats what I need A womiather- ight sort of womana wife IV A CANDIDATE FOR RE8PECTA BILITY newbuslneslproperiy look the whole field over I must get In line and In touch with respects bility When Sam Isilersly in for his rations 1 Sam I want you to put me up at the Trav elers Club The Travelers echoed he with a blank look The Travelers said L Its about the best of the big clubs Isnlt It And it has as members most of the men I do business With and most of those I want to get Into touch with He laughed It cant be done Why not I asked OhI dont know You aeethef- act Iswell theyre a lot of old fogies up there You dont want to bother with that push Matt my advice Do business with ttheta but avoid them socially I want to go In there I Insisted I have my own reasons put uPI you Itd be ao use he replied in a tone that Implied ho wished to hear no more of the matter You put me up I repeated And if you do your best Ill get In all right Ive got lots of friends thetAIdyouve got three relatives com mittee on membership At this he me a queer sharp glancea little fright la It I laughed You see Ive been look- Ing It Sain I never take slump till Ive measured It t Youdo better wait a few yera until he began thea stepped and turned red Until what said L 1 want you to speak frankly Well youve got a lot of enemies a lot of fellows whove lost money in deals youve engineered theyd say all sorts of things Nor you We couldnt make our minds where to goNor w- eI1 IhaJwas so tired Last summer such a roundso much dressing Same with me Quiet here but so restful I brought only seven trunks WeU I really brought more than 1 needed but Im sending seven back Seems BO strange for me to be actual Id 2 t 2t S4VVV iY t to Jls i J Til take cam of tnat said I qalte easy In mind Mowbray Langdons president Isnt heT Well hes my closest friend I spoke quite hon estly It shows how simpleminded I was In curtain ways that I had never once noted the important circum stance that this closest friend had never Invited me to his house or any where where Id meet his uptown as sedates at introducing distance Sam looked surprised Oh In that case ho aald Ill see what can bo done But his tone was not quite cordial enough to satisfy me To stimulate him and to give him an earnest of what I intended to do for him when our little social deal had been put through I showed him how he could win 10000 in the next three days And you neednt bother about putting up margins said r as I often had before Ill take care of that lIe stammered a refusal and went out but ho came back within an hour and In a strained sort of way accept ed my tip and offer Thats sensible said I When will you attend to the matter at the Travelers I want to bo warned so I can pull my own set of wires In concert Til let you know ho answered hanging his head I didnt understand his queer ac tions then Though I was an expert in finance I hadnt yet made a study of that other game tho game ot gentleman And I didnt know how seriously the frauds and fakirs who play it take ft and themselves I attributed his confusion to a ridicu Ions mock modesty he had about ac ifopting favors It struck me as being particularly silly on this occasion because for once he was to give as well as to take He didnt call for 1its profits but Wrote asking me to mall him the check for them I did so putting in thv envelop with It a little Jog to his memory on the club matter I didnt see him again for nearly a month and though I searched and sent I couldnt get his trail On open Ing day at Morris Park I was going along the passage behind tho boxes In tho grand stand on my way to the paddock T wanted to see my horse that was about to run for the Sal YOURE BOUND TO WIN AND ILL BEE THAT DONT LOSE came said Take You gave into And magundl Sweepstakes and to tell my jockey that Id give him 15000 In stead of 10000 If he wonfor I had put quito a bunch down In one of he boxes spied my shy friend Sammy He was looking bet tar than I had ever seen him Less heavyeyed less pallid and pasty less like a man who had been shirking bed and keeping up on cocktails and cold baths He was at the rear of the box talking with a lady and a gentleman As aoba as r saw that lady I knew what It was that had been hiding at the bottom of my mind and rankling tksrLV Luckily I was alone ever since that lunch I had been cutting loose from the old crowd from ill Its women andtr malllt men except twos a three real friends who were good fel lows straight through In spite of their having maae the mistake of crossing the dead lineV between amateur sport and professional I leaned over and tapped Sammy on the shoal der t 4 Boy One Hereafter the tatter Will Likely Be More precise In tits Language Many schoolmaster discovers to his cost the need of the p clslon In language In speaking to his pupils and questioning them day by day The lesson Ja geography la a crtain class dealt with the Islands elf the southeast of Asia and reference was being tznade to the Philippines and the adjacent groups Wbai are the Inhabitants brthe Sialu arcJilpelago calledT asked the maatarl = Ther 8ao specific name for them answered one pf the sharpest of the boys They may however be classified under the one general name of flair Among these flab sharks flying fish jand others of various kinds say be mentioned Then there are sorts though these cannot really be tortoises or turtles of different sorts though these cannot really be called fish but 4J TwoSided Matter What tHy Said D- efta I I a ly pitting down Last year in Europe Were you In Europe last yew I didnt see you there Dear me no How time files It was the year before What dp you think of the table WretchedIsnt I tame near sending back to town for my own bed J t t Jj Ill ir15r to p f i cf rc J ft He glanced round aM wham 3io saw me looked as If I were a poBoemaa who had capght him In the act Howdy Sam said L Its been BO long since Ive scent you that i couldnt resist the temptation to In terrupt Hope your friondll excuse me Howdy do Miss EUarely And I put out my hand Sho took It reluctantly She was giving me a very unpleasant took somobodybutor were seeing nothing at all I liked that look I liked tho woman who had It In her tQ give It She made me feel that she was difficult mid therefore worth while and thats what all we human beings are In busi ness forto make each other feel that were worth while Just a moment said Sam red as a cranberry and stuttering And he made a motion to come out of tha box and join me At the same tlmo Miss Anita and the other fellow began to turn away But I was not the man to bet cheated In that fashion I wanted to see her and I compelled her to see It and to feel it Dont let me take you from your friends said I to SamBjy Perhaps theyd like to come with you and me down to look at my horse I can give you a good tip lies bound to win Ive had my boys out on the rails every morning at the trials of all time other possibilities None of ems In it with Mowghll Mowghll said the young lady sho had begun to turn toward me as tipTherethat word Up at the race track but there nefar was a woman EUersI7WhatMy trainer gave It said I Ive got asecond son of one of those brokendown English noblemen at the head of my stables Hes trying to get money enough together to be able to show up at Newport and take a shy at an heiress At this the fellow who was fourth in our party and who had been giv ing me a nasty glassy stare got as red as was Sammy Then I noticed that he was an Englishman and I aS but chuckled with delight Howevon I said No offense intended and clapped him on the shoulder with a friendly smile Hes a good fellow my man Monson and knows a lot about horses- Mlali Elleraly bit her lip and colored but I noticed also that her eyes were dancing Sam Introduced the Englishman to me Lord Somebbdyorother I forget what as I never saw him again I turned like a bulldog from a toy tee rier and was at Miss Ellersly laPin Let me put a little something oa MqwRhll for you said J Youre boun l to winand Ill see that you dont loso I know how you ladles hate to loseVThawas a bit stiff as I know well enough now Indeed my Instinct would have told me better then If I hadnt been so used to the sort of women that jump at such an offer and it I hadnt been casting about so desperately and in such con i1sln for some way to nlease herAt any i hardly deserved her sudden frozen i O klbeg pardon I stammered And I think my look at her must have been very humble for me The othqrs in the box wVre starterS und at isj 3SKroBh rtBd SUB oWont his sis ter I zoUdnthave been able to keep my slate fmmdoutctmy voice It I had tried I didnt try Trust the right sort of woman to see the right sort of thing in a urns through any and all kinds of barriers of cast and manners Vend breeding Her voice was much softer as she said hereiThank you same As soon as Sam and I were alone I apologized 1 hope youll tell tyour sister Im sorry for that break saIL Oh thats all right he answered easy again now that we were away from the others IYou meant well and motives the thing KotlvehelW cried I in my anger at myself Nobody but k mans God knows his motives he doesnt eves know them himself I judge others by whit they do and I exPect to be judged in the same way I see rye got alot to learn Then I suddenly remembered the Travelers Club and asked him what hed done about I- tIIve fcen thinking itover said he Are you Sure you want to run the risk of an ugly cropper Mattr I turned him round so that we were facing each other Do you want to do me that favor or doat your I demanded Ill do whatever you say here plied Tm thinking only of your In terests Let me take care of them said L You put me upat that club tomor row Ill send you tile name of a seconder not later than noon Up goes your name he said But dont blame me for the ouquencesi To be Coatlcned Scored on Teachera What on earth are you talking about exclaimed the muter as sOon as he could recover from the astonish ment created by the Inhabitants of the Sulu Insands and you ought to know that these are Malays by race ant Mohametans by religioa 1 beg your pardon sir Tetorted the lad 4Yon asked me about the ta habitants of the 8ulu archipelago and I believe I am n mistaken in think lug that an archipelago Is merely a sea or body of water interspersed with isIan4sV S The master gasped sad hats slaee had a dread of that boy Rhodes Was No Bookkeeper Unlike Alfred Belt Cecil Rhodes had small patience with arlthmetlQal details Once this characteristic in YOlved him In a difficulty Pitching a balance sheet into the pile of papers before Belt he exclaimed des perately Here you understand things for heavens sake tell me how I stand 5 1 I Ye I think I shall also But its so soothingly quiet Isnt itr Fish Fowl or Poultry It Is the general appraisers decision that a goose so little domesticated clippedtoa flock of wlld fpwl is not poultry Ac cording to another decision frogs legs are Boston Transcript t i I t J r it j 1 p f x aVlI i r f lfit b rTTrTIISHORT r Troubling Coal Dealers Who Get Their Consignments By Rail Lexington KyThe KentuckyTen nessee Coal Dealers association was addVeised here by Delos Hull of Chicago lie said in part The matter of short weight on cars has assumed so serious an aspect that it has actu ally become a factor In retail prices Scarcely afttealer in the country ever receives a oar that does not run any where from two tons to two and a halt tons short The demurrage question is also one of grave Import When the time limit for unloading cars was sot years ago the cars held only 20 000 pounds of coal Since then cars have been Increased to 60000 pounds capacity so that we are now expected to unload three times as much coal In the amps space of time as was originally allowed us In unloading the smaller cars What wo want to do Is to secure sours sort of legislation that will give us some such scheme as reciprocal demurrage so that whatever time wo shall save on one car may txt credited to us In unloading the next It is the Intention of the KentuckyTennessee Coal Dealers as sociation to secure the enactment of state laws which shall be such as to guarantee correct weights from the producers to the consumers and also to secure some sort of an agreement from the railroads granting reciprocity In demurrage BOOKS TALLY TO A DOT Balance In State Treasury Exceeds One MIllionI Frankfort Ky State Inspector Henry B Hines has checked up the auditors and treasurers records for the six months ending December 31 and found the books warrants checks and vouchers tabled to a dot with a balance in the treasury of 148691646 Of this amount 62668555 is in the sinking fund 18381L76 ia general expenditure fund and 67641915 In the school fund Tho revenue law enacted last year requires that every domestic and foreign corporation shall pay an annual license tax of 30 cents on each 1000 of that part of Its authorized capital stock represented by property owned and business transacted in this state The secretary of state Is now making out a list of all the corporations shown by records of his office which he will tuiDover the a auditor who in turnfa now noti tying and sending blank reports to the corporations These blank reports must be filled out and returned to the auditor by February 1 Approximately there are about 10000 corporations do lag business In Kentucky Their total capital stock will amount to over 200000000 and It Is expected the 3D cent license tax wlllbrlng m at least 60000 annually to the state treasury P M Rains Lexington Ky CharJes H Be man hayforwarded 1ibesgnfl6ia n cjtmastcr nr Lexingtotto the depart fflent at Washington Mr Berrymau YEfldiwith the inderetandlng that he would reelcn at the end of that time and al low one of several applicants to take the place- Covlhfjton Has Five Muntera In 06- OoTlngton Ky According to the annual report of Coroner WW Tar vln of Corlngton live persons were murdered during the year 190GSev enteen were killed by railroads 31 ac cidentally 5 crushed 16 drowned met death by falling 2 by burning 1 by shooting 2 by smothering 1 by poisoning 1 electrocuteld n1l4sulcMed Stltl Gets thIrty Days Dayton KyNorton Butt of this city was arraigned before Police Judge John Reed on aaalleged charg of drunkenness and dlsordely conduct leadingLeoDOra streets The girl recdgnlzed Stitt as the man in court He was sentenced to 30 days In jail George W Morris Dies Louisville KyTGeorge W Morris for 47 years grand treasurer of the Kentucky Odd Felows and for 60 years a member of that society died at the age of 84 ie rs1tIr Morris was first vice president of the Louis ville Water Co and Identified with several banksV t Licking River Booming COt1nKonKy Licking river is running out strongly and a further rise Is anticipated as reports from the Dip per valley show that it has been rain lag for two days The river is till rising at the rate of eight Inches an hour Record Ralpfill Louisville KyIn the last 36 hours the rainfall here has amo nted fu3 4 inches which breaks all records for winter months smcoJanuary 18 1876 The precipitation has caused heavy loss to hundreds of people especially In South and Welt Louisville Choked Sewer Causes Flood dwensboro I yAn almost stenO Irain has been falling throughout this section for the past 48 hours causing great damage A large hewer became choked with debris and portion of the west esd of Owensboro was OOde- dRelsisedOn Bond Covingtpn Ky John Slmmerdlnger of Ludlow whowas recently pardoned from the Jail y Goy Beckham was released oa bond Three Indictments for receiving stolen goods are banking over him and bond for each offense was fixed at 250- Britten Must Walt Lexington KyTh trial of Bill Drittoa forsaer Breathltt county feud lit charged with complicity in thea S sassination of James Cockrill was postponed until next April He has been In Jail here over two years Puees Asual jLouisville KyThe LOu vUle and Jeffersenvllle Ferry Co sent out a complmentarttickets able doubt as to what would be done on account of the Interstate commerce law Retires Himself Louisville l yAtter 16 years aer ice as western superintendent of the Star Union Line of the Pennsylvania railroad C W Forrester retired at his own request Capt Forrester is succeeded by Frank L Borton i A- rlt r =lJf Of a Swindler But Two Attorneys and a Farmer Just Escaped Lexington KyAttorneys W S Kelly and James Bradley of George town f aarmerp Martin now missing as dupes for a clever swindle Martin the swind ler called on Attorney Kelly andrep resenting himself as a wealthy farmer of Woodford county said J C Due rette when driving four cows and a bull across the Country bad stopped with him over night and that the male animal had gored and killed one of his valuable thoroughbred mares Martin said he wished to engage Kellys legal services to recover damages Kelly ccepted the case arid wrote to DueS rette saying that be would suit unless tho damages were paid The swindler also called on Attorney asDurretlealdthebull had strayed into the Inclosure and the accident was not his fault but he a olawsuitceived a letter from the swindler with a check for 176 Inclosed saying tin had agreed to Accept that Mart in settlement of damages and tabcompromise could b effected Martins counsel Attorney Kelly La t t ohecheck but Kelly wishing to assure himself of Durrettes standing called tjp a bank While was using the1elop oeMartln disappeared which exclteq Kellys suspicions and he called up Jjuffette Durrette pronounced the cMc a forgery and the scheme of the swindler was disclosed DANCE ENDED IN MURDER 1 Copious Draughts of Whisky Awoke An Old Feud Lexington KyThe New Year w Iushered In with a bloody light In Pine Top Knott county In which Harrison Stone Walter Hanks Walter Thomas were killed and others wound ed On account of the Inaccessibility of the section of Knott county la which the fight occurred complete details of the tragedy have not been se cured It was learned however that Stone Hanks Thomas and others met at a country dance In Pine Top and drank too much whisky There had been III feeling between the Stone anVThomas families for years and heat ed by the liquor the men quarreled They w eputoutof the house and ensueLTheandduringStone and Thomas were killed Hanks had not been tking part la the shoot Ing c Warwick Distillery Sold Richmond KThe WarwIcl4i tm w M nViers Messrs VSibr Benton of Richmond and Thompson Bnrnam of Silver Creek t0V Bernheliri Bros of Loiflsvllle The price is said to beijn the nelgh- borhoodof lOOOOQ TK6 plant was established In 1881 VIs Banfirupt- Cpvington KyMax Adams who conducted a general dry goods bus ness at Madison avenue and 17th street flied a petition in bankruptcy In the federal court The liabilities are estimated at about 15000 and the assets between 5000 and 6000 Mon Promotion Louisville Ky Georgo P Smith connected with the local freight office appointedsucceed Bayless OBannon who has re1 asignedXmas Tree Catches Fire Covlngton Ky After lighting k Christmas tree Walter Brueatle of 1901 Denver street suffered a loss ef over 100 by fire The tree Ignited from a lighted candle The flames for a time threatened to destroy the house Swilled the Cows Louisville KyR M Allen state pure food inspector of Lexington caused the Issuance of 31 warrantifrom Magistrate HoIIls arrest of dairymen An the charge ol feeding swill to cowsp taSergent KyThO Yellow Poplar Lumber COL of Coal Grove 0 Is erect- Ing large mills la Buchanan county Virginia beyond the Kentucky border It will employ several hundred ins a during the year 0Qeorgetownroom and stlllhouse of the Indian Oil Reflnlng Co here were badly damageIn by fire Robert Ramsey charge was seriously burned Kentucky Tie Company EllfeaJiethfawn Ky The Kentucky Tie Co has been organized In this city with a capital stock of 46000 O 8 Bond Is president and AB Montgomery secretary and treasurer Other etookholders are Brady Howard and Alia WilsonII Couldnt Give Bond Lexington Ky Charles T Stewart Who shot his niece Miss Susan Nel son and T homas Newbold here Christ mas was held under 300 bond for trial January 10 He was remanded to JalL Wife Mistaken For Burgl Paducah KyMrs George Kolb was fatally shot by her husband who mistook her for a burglar Mrs Koib got up to close the bedroom window Her husband thought a burglar was entering the house drew his revolver from under the pillow and fired Ita Up TQ Aaron Owensboro KyAaron N Purdy of DaWson Springs was lodged in the county jail here on the charge of send- Ing Improper letters through the malls to Miss FloasJe Applen of Vlncennea Ind 4 Kentucky Land ReportIFrankfort Ky Capt 1 whohsscbarge ofthe state land omcei records made his annual report to secretary ofstale and It shows thatI during the year 1906 fees collected all copies patents and warrants amounted to 3854 Caught at Keene Lexington Kycharles HStewart who shot and wounded his niece MIs- Sus Nelson and wounded George Newbold of Columbus O was arrest ed at Keene byDeputy Sheriff Logaa Young of Jessmine coynty r rI Vf44ji a 1Y or t1r 4 t 7 r V r 7r1ic r1t 9tf tfr IlAAN IMPORTANT CASf VPatientVV Entire Credit to Dr Williams Pink PillV j r Mrs S C Wellock of 114 Cleveland Lf1an 5 at Chelsea says wlthBeousnesskept growing on me Then I learned i o that I was Buffering from locomotor Ia tremblingiay tm and when this happened In the street I and to stand still until it passed jJway to keep from falling My right rm felt as It a thousand needles were pricking it The sheettoucblng my iknee in bed nearly cause me 7 to scream out with pain and both knees were so weak I could hardly s krIabout by my son Then the pain be gan to settle In the calves of my legs and the muscles became numb and quivered constantly The cords tin Ac der my knees seemed to be drawn tip tight and the terrible pains s i 4anetimes would prickle as If needles were being thrust into them My eyes be came dull and black spots floated be fore them My heart was very weak My attention was called to Dr Williams Pink Pills and I bought soy oral boxes right sway and soon felt relief I was so pleased that I kept n taking them until they cured me and I have had no symptoms of yearDr sold by all druggists or sent postpaid on re elpt of prIce 50 cents per box sixVoxes 250 by the Dr Williams Med cine Company Schenectady N Y s 4A booklet entitled Nervous Die rdera sent free on request Each wrinkle on a womans brow represents an experienceV TO CURB A COLD IN OBTK BAY T aks ULXATIVK BOOMOQuInlneTllb Drar WaovnMade Much on Small Capital Twentyfive years ago W S Wethaam left the town of La Grange Ga with ic the munificent gum of one dollar la h w 4ithclothes and his character The quality of the former does not matter and the uallty ot the latter has shown Itself i ti lsvtoday president ot 75 banks all butfour of which are situated In his natlve tate In return for Georgias small advace of 100 cents he has prettr well cbwsred her banklngla I Z terests and hasffiTceeplogr goodlyimount of her funds The fop beaks of which he is president outside of the state of Gerrgla are situated la miK Ida ai SpeedyNo yet de vised has 86 fuUy and unquestionably tirmet these three prime conditions am successfaliy as AlJeecks Plasters They are safe becaae they contain fno deleterious dra s dare aaa jiJijImed1cinBothlng goes Into them except lagre dients which are exactly adapted M the purposes lor which a plaster j r tquired T xjuarV edjrlCTielr soiUon becauae their medicinal Viopala and restoring the natural andjhealthy perforaaa e of the of muscles serves and skin kAllcpcks Plasters are the OrIginal and genuine poroua plasters and like aoet meritorious articles pave beea extensively Imitated therefore always make sure and get tile genuine Jy MANY SOURCES QF SALT taut from Natural Springs Is GeeseV ally Most Nearly PureVThe purity of salt depends upW the 1Vsource from which it Is obtained and the sanitary conditions under which I it is prepared for the market The supply of common salt the most In dispensable of all the seasoning sub stances both as a relishing ceadimeat nd a wellnigh universal pod pre s is exhaustless yet even so there l salt and salt says the Pic ttorial Review Formerly salt was obtained by evap orating ocean water a process that left many ftapuritles ia the residuum to say nothing of its exposure to nflV kinds of dirt in its snlment from sea r ports The Turks Island or rock salt which la still largely used in pork packing and in the manufacture ofice reams comes to the United States n holds of vessels continually sub jected to dirt and foul odors Upon Its arrival it is again handled them acked la coarse burlap bags permit pji- ng dust to sift into the salt IK thisVcondition jt reaches the consumer Latterly however the product of salt springs has largely taken the lead In this country not only for table saltVbut for1 meat packing The annual production front this source in tire United States reaches more than 10 0000 bushels the state of New York f the vicinity of Syracuse furnishing a large proportion of this Importaa supply NEVER TRE8V VVVA Of the Food That Restored Her to it HealthVV f My food was killing mo and I didnt j know the cause writes a Colo young lady For two years t was thin and sickly suffering from indigestion and inflammatory rheumatism I had tried different kinds of dietVplain living and many of the remedies recommended but got no better Finally about five weeks ago mother suggested that I try Grape Nuts and I began at once eating it with a little create or milk A change tor the better began at once Today 1 am well arid am gaining weight and strength all the time Ive gained 10 lbs m the last five weeks and do not suffer any mOre from indi gestion and the rheumatism is allVgone I know it Is to GrapeNuts alone that I owe iny restored health I still eat the food twice a diy and never tire of it Name given by Postum Co Battle Creek Mich The flavor of GrapeNuts Is peculiar to itself It is neutral not too sweet and has an agreeable healthful qual ity that never grows tifrcsome One ef the sources of rheumatism s from overloading the system with acid material the result of imperfect digestion assimilation As soon as Improper food Is aban doned and GrapeNuts Is taken vega larly digestion is made strong the or gans do their work of building up good red blood cells and of carrying awayV i the excess of Diseasemaking material from the system The result SVS certain and steady return to normal health and mental activity Theres a reason Read the little book Tire Road to Well vllle In plcgeV pViur- al54r 4 s t Iill i 4 EFEAT AND f VICPORY AT Al 4STOftY OF THE CONQUEST kT OP CANAAN lrL Hltnwar and Byway Pntchtr lOoprrlI lt07 bj ttat Author W B Bbon a Scripture Authority Joshua 8129 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 6 SERMQNETTE 5- XI Israel hath sinned No you o My If was not Icrael but Achan 9 6 True and yet only part of the 5 9 truth for sin Is never without 2 6 its Influence and effect upon 6 the lives of others beside the 2 5 actual transgressor p Here Is a solemn truth No 9 I77 6 man llveth unto himself alone 6 iJand the sTns which I commit x I 6 touch the lives of others o I 2 See it In the family circle 2 6 There Is the profligate sop but O 2 he sins not to himself alone Q The whole family circle It 5 1 6 swept Into the vortex of his con 2 V laminating Influence and feels 5 6 the burden of his wrongdolng 2 4 8 Sin la a terrible thing reach O 9 Ing out In ever widening circles 5 2 and affecting the lives of others 9 4 Q Achans sin became the sin of 5 5 the whole people and brought 2 L 9 disaster upon all just as your 6 2 sin and my sin may work Its 2 1 9 baneful Influence upon the lives 6a 6 of those closely related to ua 2 4Iabysocial business or family re 6 X latlons 2 a I x And they fled before the men 6 5 of AIWhat a graphic portray 2 t O of the weakening power of 9 Sampson shorn of his locks 8 powerless In the hands of 9 ialn enemies for those shorn 2 I were the evidences of sIn 9 his life X 4 many a man finds himself 2 5 powerless to grapple with the 5 6 enemy because sin has sapped 2 strength Sad Is It not that 6 9 thus man should Invite defeat 2 1here1 God Intended that victory O be his 2p a The defeats that we Incur In the3 i4 MeyLaerntIreiy to some failure In due lves and they cause grief oursta Immortal Lover of our I to tnTn J s S There Is no ruMrtJM Sefekt In the Christian always anty everywhere we are meant to bit more than conquerors The course of the Christian warrior should be as the sun q a when he goeth forth In his strength and In regular gradl onta drives His chariot from the- eastern wave up the steep of 9 heaven 9 lChUII of God never lay the 2 2X7U OQOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOoo i THESTORY j 1and vIndictive and natura1Jlcruel stnce this vie S tory over the ard force which Ia rael had seat out agalast kls city be I had given tree role to lila passionate Mtire There were raen in Al whom I i he had ruthlessly stein because In- the panic which followed the news of the detraction of Jericho they had counseled the surrender of the city urging that this was their only hope f We cannot stand before their God if they hadsalcLLet HB not SAL against them but let us go out adplead for mercy in the name of their- God i Such appeals served only to deep- 0 en and Intensify the hatred of the ktcrtewards this strange people who Invaded the land sad towards heIr God and following his victorious 1 return to the city after driving the army of Israel before him he had or rdered those men who had counseled y surrender to be slain And the days 1which followed bad been bloody days Relentlessly he searched the V cltT for any who had shown fear or who had suggested surrender and had them executed In the public square as an example to others to the city for said be Alls made weak by their pre eace Death to all who would fear r 5 4bctoio Ismel or bow down to their God Our gods be the true gods We will servo them r And so the days following the de- featj ot Israel had been bloody feastsp days In Al for with the killing of those who bad incurred the kings I displeasure the whole city bad given Itself up to all manner of excesses Suck was the state of things when i bBOevening word was brought to the p kliig that armed Israelites were seen 4 to eater the valley below the city and were snaking their camp in plainp view of the city Immediately the h Z klag went out and from the high tow 1 eros the walls at the citys gate he i watched the little army make Its po sWan secure for the i gbt L Some of his officers counseled that they go out at once against them and I t under the cover of darkness attack die camp but the king with an oath t terbade saying I V Nay for In the darknesn they would See and many would escape On the I morrow early we will surround and tlelrY hem lonE J I eecapo fwco U was that on the morrow ear q ly the king and all the men of Al 17jti fort every man was eager for opportu of falling upon the Israelites lesued forth from the gates and de rcenaed upon the little army gathered I jta the valley below t 1i We will pursue them to the very I place where their wives and children 4 re8I1capedthe king declared 1 t bewtfally We destroy them utterly is TbHE confidently the king and his r sreatarmy hastened forward and al most before they had come within 4 4f strlklatcUtap e of their enemies the A latter broke rankB and fled away In b terretas they had done onthe for i aser occsalon With a fierce wild V 41 stoat the king and his whole army j took up the pursuit Throwing aside 4 Si the heavier parts of their armor that they might ran the more swiftly the king IhlllMf1 sped on shouting 6 4 prrereu lin Gormany- WKblak3 six months 12 buildings 4 iS were seosred by the German associa r floes the largest of which is being erected at ttlra at a cost of 100000 For thlaaeaoclaUooblH1dlag the au5 thoriUedof the city granted 2000 511arks per year for ten years This Building contains mahyrooms for edu peatIoai work and 120 apartments fo tc y sag men besides headquarters fo rI I the 10000 soldiers stationed in this 7city Tfee Munich association has baIt bufldlHg for 40000 A build 1 1 i t 15ltd ritTv j rft I J 1 X t7 S 44A and brandishing their spears in the air while tho archers in tho rear sent into the air a veritable cloud of arrows Out these latter fell short of tho fleeing lines of tho Israelites for they had already secured a good load On on pursued and pursuers went until a warning cry of mingled fear and dismay caused tho king to look backWhat was that lurid glare In the heavens That was not tho sunrlso No For tho sun at that very moment was riving in the other quarter of the heavens and his dull red glow seemed to pain before the brighter fiercer light which crowned the hill on which their city stood Flames leaped and curled upward as though striving to see which could first reach tho blue vaults of tho sky while tho clouds of smoke crept lazily across the horizon The kings heart stood still With pale face and wildlystaring eyes he watched tho terrible sight He and his army were dazed by tho spec tacle and fairly paralyzed with fear What could it mean Each man asked himself And then as they saw a multitude of men rising on every hand and rushing down the till towards them and heard behind them a warning shout as the fleeing Israelites turned and came back at them they became panicstricken and broke ranks and fled In every direction The king and his bodyguard sought refuge in tho thick undergrowth and made their way as rapidly as they could toward the north where they hbped that they would bo able to find somo friendly ally that would take them in and give them shelter Bitter were the thoughts of the king as ho thus made his way torn and bleeding and weary The thorns goaded his flesh and the Interlacing boughs and branches seemed to be doing their utmost to delay him and give him into the hands of his en mien But notwithstanding the iffl cutties and perils which surrounded him his heart was still defiant and he promised himself that if ho 61d but reach safety with some of the neighboring nations to the north he would some day return wib a power ful army and have bin revenge upon these dogs of Israelites who refused to mingle with the peoples about them and worshipedan unseen God In the meantime Joshua and his army bd taken up the pursuit eagerly remembering tho words of the Lord that they should destroy the pee plo utterly Some of the men who erred close to Joshua had marked fe place where the king had stood his menrand now rushed for ItIwas not difficult following the trail through the underbrush while the and the men with him remained together but as the pursuit had bo come more fierce and the Israelites were close them they scattered and the king was left to go his way aloneWhen the Israelites came to the place where the king and men bad separated they were puzzled to know Just what to do for they were determined that tho king of all others should not escape But has not God told us that we must utterly destroy them and will he not help us to do that which he has commanded exclaimed one ntH encouraged they scattered and followed as best they could the trails left by the fleeing1 men Now each man was eager to win the glory of capturing the fugitive king and so when they burst through the un derbrush into an open field and saw the Jng before th mthey all left the rsult of the others and followed hardafter him unmindful even of one of the kings men who could be seen making his way Just on the other side of tfee open space Should they all in their eagerness to capture the king and share in the glory thereof let this fellow escape was the thought that smote the heart of one of the Israelites the one who bad so confidently declared that the Lord would help them By way of answer be resolutely turned aside and took up the pursuit of this other fugitive while the rest continued to follow the king Imagine his surprise therefore when at last he overtook the man and made him capUve to discover that it wail none other than the king him self who hoping to divert pursuit from himself had exchanged d clothing with one of his men And so he who In faith had sought to perform the commandments of the Lord was granted the favor of bring Ing to Joshua the king of the strick en city and Joshua hanged him on a tree until eventide and as soon as the sun was down Joshua commanded that they should take his carcass down from the tree and castNlt at the entering of the gate of the city And they raised thereon a great heap of stones as a testimonial against all those who would dishonor God and do stroy his people Would Select Time to Die Two old friends one a New Eng land woman met recently In a sub way car and their conversation turned on the gossip of the village home of the visitor to the city And how about old lady Woods is she dead yeU inquired the city wo manIDead No shouted the tual ris Iltor as the train came to a full stop not while undertakers fees are as bigb as they are now Everybody within hearing distance laughed The Visitor looked mortified at first then Joined with a sort of grim humor in the laugh i The Basis of It TowneOf course Meanley made his vast fortune himself Browne Well I believe ho inherit ed the foundation of it from his fatherTowneYoure mistaken his father was quite poor Browne Yes but he was also mean and stingy and the son inherited those traits His Ambition How are you getting up In the world asked the admiring friend Of course you are anxious to attain the roll of fame and The roll replied the new states man dreamily Yea rm after a roll all right lag Is proposed at Nuremberg which theassoelaIyjears s 1900 m mbers 700 of whom are boys Scotlands Associations There are 230 y M C As In Scot land and the membership Is 24366 The 40 associations in Ireland have 7 770 members AschooJfor Christian workers Bible Institute In Chicago is to be established In Philadelphia l 4 rS 10MB HURLED AT lANK CASHIER BY CRANK WHO DEMANDS MONEY KILLS 3 AND MAIMS 17 Valise Packed With Explosives Found Showed That Bomb Thrower Was Expert Philadelphia Pa Jan 5Threo per IOns wore killed and 17 Injured by a bomb thrown In tho Fourth Street Na tional bank The bomb thrower who has b cn Identified as Rolla Steele waS blown to pieces The Identification Is doubt fulas It was tnado by a bunch of keys he carried The attack followed the refusal ofI the president of tho bank Rlchird lL Rushton to give the man 5000 In many respects It was IdenUcal to the demand made by the bomb thrower Norcross who attempted to end the lito of Russell Sago nod who was himself killed 16 years ago The greatest excitement followed the explosion Tho bank building was partly demolished and at first It was thought tho list of dead would reach 10 or 12 Tho awful concussion was felt for blocks and it was believed that the building had been dynamited or that a boiler had exploded That the president of the bank was not killed was due to the fact that when the man camo in to him h4 be lieved he was a crank and temporized with him The stranger was assured that the cashier was the man to see Whether Steele made any demand of the cashier will never bo known Tho cashier was killed Instantly and Crump who was nearest to him never recovered consciousness sufficiently to eay whether any talk took place between McLea and the bomb thrower Philadelphia Jan 7After 26 hours pi rigid search Director of Public Safety McKolly and Capt of Detectives Donaghy announced that they had made positive the identification of the man who throw the bomb in the Fourth Street National bank He is Rolla Stoele whose family lives In Chicago His namo was found upon portions of tho clothing in his room at the New Grant hotel at Eighth and Spring Garden streets where he registered on Friday as R Steele of New York In the room was a store of weapons dynamlto fuses electric fuses cart ridges and a general outfit which con vinced the police that the bomb throw er was not a weakminded crank but a determined man who came to this city with the definite intention of robbing a bank Captain of Detectives Donaghy however thinks the chances are that Steele Intended to operate by himself tossing the bomb far from him and working during the excitement that was sure to follow That he was an expert in the use of explosives was proven by the contents of his grip disc- Overed at the hotel Besides articles of clothing showing that Steele must have been well over six feet In height the grip contained one revolver a box of cartridges four yards of dynamite fuse six long electric fuses with load ed caps ball of waxed cord two flies nippers wax package of uncharged fuse caps iBAY ROOSEVELT HAS PLUNDERED i Use Phlll1plnea Washington Jan7 That President Roosevelt has committed a great blunder In ordering nil of the negro troops from the United States sent to thePhll Ipplnea Is the general verdict here A storm of censure has broken loose and it Is a significant fact that army anw navy officers who are familiar with conditions In the Philippines are among the most vigorous critics of his courseThese officers say that tho use ot negro soldiers In policing the Phil ippines Is bound to cause trouble and Insurrection American Trade Booming Washington Jan 7A statement issued by the bureau of statistics of the department of commerce and labor an nounces that this country now ranks third In the value of manufactures en tering the worlds International com merce the amount of its exports for the past year having aggregated more than 700000000 The exports have never even approximated those figures before and the value of American trade in the foreign markets the report adds is wice as great now aa eight years ago Raids Anarchist Meeting ew York Jan 7 Alexander Berk nan Emma Goldman and two others vere arrested by detectives who broke ip an anarchist meeting on the East Side Emma Goldman made the tpeech which moved the police to ac tion while Berkman exhorted the au Hence to disobey the demand to disperse Emma Goldman was intro duced as the first speaker but had not proceeded far when she was inter rupted by the police Some 600 per sons attended the meeting To Eat Whale Meat Victoria B C Jan 7 Representa lIves of the Joys Shokal a Japanese company at Nagasaki have arrived hero to contract for a supply of 500 tons monthly of whlto meat which It Is said will be used for food purposes First Snow In Years San Francisco Jan 7 Unnmally cold weather Is prevailing over Northern California and for the first Ume since 1895 snow was visible on tho hills surroundlny San Francisco bay Fairchild to Sall Rome Jan 7 Charles S Fairchild exsecretary of the United States treasury who Is under indictment In New York for forgery In connection with the affairs of the New York Life In surance Co expects to sail for the United States this month Dowies Father In Trouble Des Moines la Jan 7The personal goods of the father of Alexander Dowie were attached debt as he was about to leave for Chicago to make his home with his sons wife Gas Kills Entire Family Burlington Vt Jan 74Tbe entire family of George Devino at Wlnoos kl consisting of six persons were killed during the night by illuminating gas which entered tho house from a break In the street main through a ewer pipe Fired Upon the Garrison San Salvador Jan 1TheSalndorean government officially declares that a group of armed revolutionists appeared In Estanquelas and fired upon the pillIon nod Immediately dlsay peared j p ry- l J S r r t r f r BRAIN DOES NOT THINK The Thinker Is the Greatest MyPJt of Conscious Personality Those physiological and surgical facts which show lat brain matter has Itself no capacity for thought are of such recent discovery that only a relatively small number of persons mosUy specialists have the least idea that the brain neither originates a word nor forms a noUon Anatomy and physiology alike indicate that tho brain is never oter than tho Instrument of what In tho ptesent state of sciencemust be called the person ality Tho personality is as different from as separate from the brain as tho violinist is separate from the violin It is not brain which makes man Man makes one of his brain hemis pheres human by his own labor If a human personality entered a young chimpanzees brainwhere by tho way it would find all tho required cerebral convolutions that apo could then grow into a true Inventor or philosopher For it is tho great man whp makes tho great brain and not the great brain which makes the man This Is another way of saying that we can make our own brainsso far as special functions or aptitudes are concerned Human brain matter docs not become human in its powers in deed until the personality within takes it In hand to fashion It What is the ho himself which thus takes the mechanism known as tho brain and uses it for thought as a tel egr pher would use a ticker and a series of wires for the transmission of messages In the present state of an atomy and of pathology replies Dr Thomson In effect we have hero the greatest mystery connected with the conscious personality Wo know that the conscious personality or whatever one pleases to call Ithas a material organ to think with The con scious personality does the thinking The material organ is the Instrument of thought and that material organ ex- Ists in two symmetrical halves It Is only onehalf of this organ however which can be used for speech or for recognizing or knowing anything which Is either seen or heard or touchedIn the sense of the touch which is educated All acquired hu man endowments therefore are ac quired by modification of the material comprising the speaking half of the brain This speaking halt of the brain did not originally have a single ono of these great functions not a single place In It for them any more than its fellow hemisphere has to the end of its life They are all stamped as it were each in Its respective place in the speaking hemisphere by a single creative agency All words and all knowledge are put in the brain and arranged there for use like so many books on their brain shelves by 2 brains librarian Where he goes to when he locks this library up and leaves for the nIghtIn sleepwe do not know but one thing is certain not one of the books made itself or put Itself where It properly IsCurrent Literature Saved by Their Own Boats Considerable more shipwrecked sail ors are saved by their own boats than by any other memo says London An swers Thus of 2159 persons saved on the coasts of the United Kingdom In 19031904 165 were saved by the rocket apparatus and uaiatanco from the shore 423 by feboataT43 b coast guard boats ana other craft 64 by passing ships and 735 by their owl boats J Wisdom From Bacon He that seeketh victory over tils own nature let him not set himself too great 01 too small tasks for the ortenfallinga small procedure though by often prevaillngs Bacon Quite Appropriate And to add to the naturalness of this beautiful vase gentlemen cried the auctioneer the flight of the wild deer is represented in a chased de sign Easily Followed- A French professor says he is fol lowing up clews that will reveal to him the mystery of the creation of plant life He followed up a strong scent when be chased down the onion Truly Remarkable Cognomen One of the parties to a suit that was heard Ina London county court the other day had a remarkable name and it is recorded that when tho usher shouted at Ute door Mr Port Wine come to court the magistrate on the bench looked astonished Hatpln In a Cat On examining aslck kitten at Doug las Scotland a veterinary surgeon found and extracted a ladys hatpin seven Inches long which had appar ently had been pushed head first down the animals throat but the kitten seems to be none the worse for the misadventure Empty Language When Hamlet murmured Words words words As in tho play Is told speedVhenWashington Star MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Jan T CATTLE Extra 5 S8 o 5 ttCALVES Extra 8 25 8 60 HOGS Choice 6 60 5 60 SHEEP Extra 4 65 d 4 75 LAMBS Extra 7 78 FLOUR Spring pat 4 45 4 70 WHEAT4No 2 red 75 II CORN No 2 mixed 43 OATSNo 2 mixed 37 37K RYENo2 choice 69 71 90BUTTERDairyAPPLES Now bbl 2 00 I 3 50 POTATOESPer bbl C 2 00 ToBACCONew i 10 25 25 CHICAGO WHEATNo 2 red 73tf 74 CORNNo 2 mixed 44 OATS No 2 nixed 33 PORK Prime mess 15 50 05rFLOURWin patent 3 76 C 4 00 WHEAT No 2 red 79 CORNNo 2 mixed 601M OATS No 2 mixed 39 O 39 PORKPrime mess17 50 18 25 LARDSteam 9 CO SOLTIUOBX WHEAT No 2 red 76 CORNNo 2 mixed 47 OATS No 2 mixed 39 WVISYILLE WHEAT No 2 red O 76 CORN No 2 mixed 50 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 16 PORK Prime mess 16 60 LARDSteam 9 50 I1fDUKUOUS TTLEPrlme 6 15 fi 5 85 HOGS Choice 6 00 Q 6 40 KEEP Extra 4 iiI 4 Iii I I if f 7 tb I BLOATED WITH DROPSY The Heart Was Badly Affected When the Patient Began Using Doan Kidney Pills Mrs Elizabeth Maxwell of 415 West Fourth street Olympia Wash says For over three years I suffered with a dropsical condition with out being aware that it was duo to kidney trouble Tho early stages werop- rincIpally back ache and bear ing down pain but I went along without worrying much until dropsy set in My feet and ankles swelled up my hands puffed and became so tense I could hsrdly close them I had great difficulty In breathing and my heart would flutter with the least ex ertion I could not walk far without stopping again and again to rest Since uSlng four boxes of Doans Kidney Pills the bloating has gono down and the feelings of distress have disap by all dealers 50 cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y HE WANTEb LIVE NEWS Correspondent Had No Time to Waste with Vice President Vice President Fairbanks stopped a newspaper man the other day and goodnaturedly asked explanation of an Incident which happened years ago On that occasion Mr Fairbanks and the correspondent were chatting pleasantly when suddenly the latter moved away to meet Senator Chand ler of Maine The vice president said have always had great curiosity to know why you deserted me that day The newspaper man hesitated for a moment and then replied To toll you the truth Mr Vice President you are a mighty dry source of news You may have a nose for news but I doubt it at any rate you never give up any Now when a newspaper man is gunning for big live news ho hasnt got tlmo to stop and exchange small talk with a man even It ho be a sen ator who would not know the price of lIews if he saw it Mr Fairbanks railed I thank you for your frank ness he said I see I shall have to cultivate a nose for news ALMOST A SOLID SORE Skin Disease from BIrthFortune Spent on Her Without Benefit Cured Her with Cutlcura I have a cousin in Rockingham Co who once had a skin disease from Wr birth until she was six years of age Her father had spent a fortune on her to get her cured and none of tho treatments did her any good Old Drj 0suggested that he try the Cnticura Remedies which he did When ho commenced to use it the child was almost a solid scab He had used it about two months and the child was well I was there when they commenced to use your Cutl cura Remedies I stayed that week and then returned home and stayed two weeks and then went back and stayed with them two weeks longer and when I went home I could hardly believe she was the same child Her kIn was as soft asa babys with out a scar on It I have not seen her in seventeen years but I have heard from her and the last time I heard from her sho was well MrsW P Inglo Bur lington N C June 16 1905 Comment That Stung The marquis of Lansdowh leader of unionist peers in the British parlia meat speaks rarely but always with effect He revels in grave sarcasm On one ocasion Lord Crewe the lib eral leader made a speech on a subject which he desired to leave a matter for open voting among his followers Lord Lansdowne congratulated his friend on his eloquent speech I have followed It he said with earn est attention not only on account of the importance of the subject but also on account of the noble lords Judicial attitude I admired his earnestness and eloquence but what impressed me most was his impartiality A pause Yes until the last minute I did not know on which side of the fence his lordship was coming down French Presidents Double M Fallleres was until recently believed to be the only president of the French republic who had no double but his counterpart has been found The man who most resembles him physically Isa respectable merchant of the Rue Saint Honore who plays his part with decorum and dignity He wears exactly the same kind of blue butterfly necktie with white dpts as the president the same kind of hat and exactly so oddlycut a beard And on his promenades he Is always ac companied by a friend who could eas ily be taken for the presidents private secretary Dignified and with measured steps the enviable double walks through the Faubourg Saint Honore and feels overjoyed at being saluted on all sides Owes Double Allegiance Count Prosper DEplnay who has been decorated In Paris by the British ambassador with the Victorian Order is In the odd position of being a Brit ish subject and yet a Frenchman at the same time He was born in the island of Mauritius some 65 years ago The Island of course is inhabited by a Frenchspeaking population and once formed part of the territories of France Both the counts parents be- Ing French the count is regarded in France as a Frenchman but being born under the British flag he is Just as surely a British subject Millionaire Is Generous Congressman John E Andrus who represents the Yonkers N Y district for several years has taken delight in playing the role of Santa Claus to the pages and telephone and telegraph boys of the house This year as usual his gifts to the youngsters consisted of two and fivedollar bills Col An drus is worth 20000000 made out of the manufacture of pepsin THE- OLDMONKCURE t Y OLD CAPT CACKS QUESTION Somewhat Pointed But It Denoted Quick Intelligence Pierce Jay the commissioner of banks of Massachusetts at the American Bankers associations convention In St Louis advocated a better accounting system But above all said Mr Jay In a discussion of his Idea we want Intelligence it embezzlement Is to be thoroughly put down Systems are good but Intelligence Is better and ra cashiers and tellers and book keepers and note clerks we want the same keen quick Intelligence that characterized old Capt Hiram Cack of GloucesterCack very III One day he got downhearted feeling that his case was hopeless I fear doctor ho said there isnt much hope for me Oh yes there Is tho doctor answered Three years ago I was in your condition precisely and look at me now Cack intelligent and alert said quickly What doctor did you haver Bears TIll Signaturao1 Infants Thirty Ywrt The TMt liURlUT nrYOHK OCT When members of a family quarrel a lot of truth leaks out PUTNAMful colors a certainty With too many people charity Is more of a fad than a virtue Mrs Wlnrtowa Boothlnr Syrup In5sAnd its a sure thine that one cant be sure of anything in this world RILES CORED IN fl TO 14 DAYS PAZO OINTMENT ran any cue ot Itching Blind rer1J lUea in- S U days or money refunded We I Many a man who prays for rain would doubtless steal his neighbors umbrella if his prayers were answered Take Garfield Tea the Natural Lan tive for constipation indigestion liver and kidney derangements and colds It is made of under the Pure Food Law We frequently fall Into errror and folly not because the true principle of action are not known but because for the time they are not remembered FITS St Vitus Dance and all Nervous KlinesGreattrial bottle and treatise Dr R H Kline Ld 031 Arch St Philadelphia Pa Proved Good Man of Business While preaching in Pueblo Col a few years ago Rev Edward J Wilcox found himself in the embarrassing po sition of being unable to pay his Knowing that if ho stuck to the pulpit he would have small chance of getting even with the world ho quit preach- Ing and went into the mining business Today be owns mines In Colorado worth 3000000 besides a great deal of other valuable property STATS or Onto CITY or Tousoo tLUOAI COUTT Tun J CagszT makes oath tbat be U lenlor partner of tte flna of F J Cazxir Co doing bustneu uS City of Toll4o County aIt1 Slate aforesaid and that laid firm wUl pay the tarn of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for eacb and erery cue of CATIBIK that cannot be cured by the Ute of iIlLL CATAIU con FRANK 3 CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed my presence this liii daj or December A D I88- j sZLIINovLzvrisuoUarcatarrb Cure is taken Internally and set directly on the blood end taucoaa surfaces of the yitem Send for teittmonlale free F J CHENEY S CO Toledo O Sold by all DrnggliU Take Hall Famlll Pills for conttlpaUon ANIMALS THAT SHED TEARS Traveler Observations Have Proved That Weeping Is Common Travelers through the Syrian desert have seen horses weep from thirst a mule has been seen to cry from the pain of an injured foot and camels it is said shed tears in streams says a writer in Harpers A sold by its who had tended young soko ape used to cry from vexa tion if Livingston didnt nurse It in his arms when It asked him to Wounded apes have died crying and apes have wept over their young slain hunters A chimpanzee trained to carry water Jugs broke and fell acrylng which proved sorrow though it wouldnt mend the Jug Rats dis- coverIng their young drowned have been moved to tears A giraffe which a huntsmans rifle had injured began to cry when approached Sea lions often weep over the loss of their young Gordon Cummings observed tears trickling down the face at a dying elephant And even an orang outang when deprived of its mango was so vexed that it took to weeping There is little doubt therefore that animals do cry from grief or weep from pain or annoyance 1TWISTSYOU APPLY ST JACOBSOIL r At PRICE 25 iCENT5 I of CO Y t J F 1 1I 0c y i ir i i F What is- Is c Tt hit a Catarrh Rem jj t or is it V Some people call Peruna a great tonic Others rifo Pe i r remedy Which of these people are right Is it more proper to call Pet edy than to call it a tonic Our reply is that Peruna Is both a tonic and a catarrh remedy t be no effectual catarrh remedy that Is not also a tonic In order to thoroughly relieve any case of catarrh a remedy must iSspecificaction on mucous membranes affected by the catarrh but ltag neral tonic action on tie nervous system Catarrh even in persons who are otherwise strong is a weakened conditions mucous membrane Ttere must be something to strengthen the circulation ttrtone to the arteries allill to raise the vital forces Perhaps no vgetjole remedy in the world has attracted so much attention medical writers as BDRASTIS CANADENSIS The wonderful efficacy of tUiLSw profeesiosWhenPeruna which constitutes a specific remedy for catarrh that in the state of med cal progress cannot be improved This action reinforced renowned tealca roDghtin the body From a theoretical standpoint therefore Person is beyond criticism The use of Person confirms this opinion Numberless testimonials from every quarter of the furnish ample evidence that this judgment is over enthusiastic When practical perience confirms a wellgrounded theory the result is a truth that cannot be shaken eXl For and Children II- UII Fir Over Kind You Have Always Biifilt evHMIIT Tf aTMCT to debts in Weekly cow mistress by one 1 the W present not SICK HEADACHE CARTERS mLEIVER SWiLOOSE Vegetable StUUPMCE CARTERS IVER PILLS Genuine FacSimila Signature REFUSE SUISTITUTES A PositiveCURE Elys Cream Balm is Gives Rdiel at Once Il cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseased mem Catarrha Cold in the Head quickly Restores the of bytheseThey also relieveD tress rOmDyPepsIL- IndoaandTooUouty remed1Drowsiness Dad Taste In tho Coated Pain In the side TORPID iivzn l1Iregulate the Bowls Purely lWL PILL Bear quickly absorbed Senses Month Tongue Must CATARRHA Taste and Smell Pull size 60 eta at maDElyBrothors50WarroaStreotKewYoik HICKS CAPU DINE CURES ALL ACHES Aid Nirrommm TrUIkeHUHe Mfrsgslsi IA N KE 19072 2160 THE CANADIAN WEST Ii JIS THE BEST WEST The testimony of thou sands darlDK the past rear U tbat tba Canadian Weitlitna lien WestTear the acrl cnltaralretarna haTIlne- reuedlDTolome sod in Talne ana Mill the Cana dun Government offers lee merr PBKB to every boos flde Mttlar Some of the Advantages Tile phenomenal Increase In railway mtltace main linn and brtnCbeibas pat almottcrcrr Lion of the country within reach of ennrokei schools markets cbeap Suit and modern conyenienceSTneNlNKTr MILLION BCTSnKLWHKATCKOP of ibis men to tbe iszmsts of Western Canada spars ram the result ot otter i trains and eatUe t i Fouidrlca and Information addrau tn SUIilNTDENTOf1MM1UKTIONOttawacasads r or any authorized OoTcrnment Acanu H M WILLIAMS Law B Ubc TsZes ow H GO TO SEA There are positions open in the iNavy for hundreds of young men between 17 and 25 years of age and for mechanics up to 35 years of age Good pay and good food i furnished by the Government For full information address Navy Recruiting Station Post Office Building CincinnatiOhio L r LIVE STOCK AND 4jMISCKLLAN- KOUSElectrot I IN QRKATVARinT iLOWESTPRlcANKlLLOCGf NItW3PI 1 f t flVAslssSNICUCAIS ir f t 11 I y J t IIREADERS of this paper de IIf3thlncadyer sbincto bu P vtltas eatanffi thoald fa t neon tauter ut thar ask for retofeg tit wtBtutttor ImMitloni 1 frttt zz dUcted wtUl t nJlitiw8JM r RHEUMATISM PAINT 11lsI CURED The Circuloifdn Siimukfed rand the Muscles and Joints lubricated by Us- ingiqaiVsKI Pr1ci 25c5OitsIOO P Sold by All Dealers IosTrseTeUorseS nl tri Address Dr Erl SloaBoston r i D 4Tit Theres more in paint than the mixing oficolors lead and oil Best results can be only from best ingredients accurate balance of their proportions and the best method of c mixing or assimilation But most important of all is the grinding process Upon the fineness depend in vo degree the smoothness and covering capacity of a paint I Buffalo 4CDare ground through powerful mills of special construction they con t i tain the purest and most lasting pigments ground in AgedLJnseed Oil in correct proportion they are honestly mad cost no more than IntallAskJ01lrdealerfor QJa ALOReadMlxedP lUte cannot supply Too tend dinct llino irturer forr riceandfol3er contlnnrvaiuable Information a ttolsoar 4 vditeih de Il Buffalo Oil Paint Varnish Co BUFFALO NY CHICAGO ILL NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER I 1 ma SCIENTIFIC AND MODERN EZTERNAL COUNTERIRRITANT CAPISICUM VASELINEEXTR- ACT OP THEcA YENNE PEPPER PLANT A QUICK SURE SAFE AND ALWAYS READY CURE FOR PAINPIUClt I5IN COLLAPSIBLE TUBESAT ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALEORBY MAIL ON RECEIPT OF ISo IN POSTAGE STAMPS DONT wAIT JTILL THE PAIN COMESKEEP A TUBE HANDY A substitute for and superior to mustard or any other plather and will nott blister the most delicate skin The painallaying and curatlv qualities of J the article are wonderful It will stop the to a d relieve Headache and Sciatica We rcconrntr4J external t j counterirritant known also an chest Jand stomach and all RheumatiCo will prove what we claim for household and for chlldre J people say It Is the b of vaseline unless the SEND YOUR A LINE PAMPHLEcr yj1 li Jt i a 6 lr A i if i 1 foSt ts- an fo r anylj a 1 iliTtg a change r ildi give previous 0 mtine Iits should always int itionery mention it on a f b hSI welcomed bring it to us vttiSutdelay if you wish it in serted in- r Advertisers wishing a changer J or discontinuance of ad should 1L inform us the week previous tos 4 ubli ation day 1Address all communications to at Jour W HONAKER Owingsville t THURSDAY JAN 10 1907di ii CORRESPONDENCE V Forge Hill WEspie and Early Barber went F- to attend school atMore to head Born to Richard Bailey and t wife a daughterI SSlatePlenty of rain and mud Addie Jones and family visited i relatives at Craigs Saturday and 4t Sunday M t z Dee Rudder is an applicant forb rf t nail carrier on this new free de I S Hferyiroute He is a man ofs Pighmoral character and in ev W suited should he be for 7iffun enough to get itift Miss Eliza Warner is very poor Iy Mrs Martin Jones continues about the same of her illness Sam Conyers has been poorly with rheumatism t Okiass Mrs Tom Vice and son Walter t of upper White Oak visited rela tives here several days last week I v + i Lemuel and Kelley Denton vi- I t ited their brother James near VMoorefield Thursday and Friday flU weekdWM Runquist has six acre s of winter pats which are cover ing the ground He brought the from Virginia an dathe la fall i LR JOdwell filled hDisappoint jMeRtbere 5unday afternoon rtrMi 0 Wr I11 I tkPelthct1i Mectc SorreIigrowingw al e JCOOItUM c ALrI cemwr wife and chil refHale Missouri were t ie ef nerg sister Mrs Jratn snd family several J t I Crags ifi Ril iManieybought a touf Sv year tit mare of Jke Vice forE t 125 1 ISa rthTli ii on sold four hogs 4e rge Huatrat 51Q a huri uL p gand little r SiirHt NeU returned to the VV V FMageounty Frida3 fbi J v 4 p dMjg a week with relibf 1 i re WarrcJ1 WM in Moreleadl1 t t 1 ZAn41I ISOnthe I i better after aVery IUIp i to Jeea Robinson anda t I 1Oftbe Oze Mme iieighbo r IIr i 1t i ttic the little ui terof 4 WarrelltWl ben VrY 1 j t1U1A v tvp OON8rfrY f 1rXh re have Men some Very z jr yjirniys the pist weektiACharleyAtcbfnsoldto Wmi+ 10 9 h64 ofhots for 28I 441 Tack Kimbrdlt of Ticlctown itfI JOntg erycounwt nt Sw1T L tI y Witl W I aror Fanning and wife of tLick visited Bo iie Ingam1 f 1 Jifeatuiday ad Sunday 1 1iIi1 Otis and wifeof Illinois 4 t s r back here tovisit the lat 1 ft r8ntSi MrandMrsThoL I j Yj IL biis nd Mate and WIfe of Sa 4 1JiS ft ilHHit Sunday with Wm r t uisor and wifelA J J t q j1 and Miss Mauld itI6 ar k etI ra t WntRaorsold to Shouse t 380headofhoaat5jcperi b l f i 1 tl Jantiy 2 1907 Frar b A her nar here on Bit 1 f i in Rewan OOuRty He had i1 7J1 i aiek but a shot time The i fr MY b had fever an dI jJtaBdicei FraHk leaves a t tw children at hon to Pt their e alohas a r 1 4 wrSlwd brother in Marion i 1 Mr Pr therwasapro1 t t To ooa l t I 1hi 4Lf IfS itlr tJ r1 r ftf jr a1 7 S 0 f4 34l- I k I 1 7ti it f ii s a t4P 1 b14 Ioll j 41cvi Jt Jrs r 1 iJ r r t I It n hr eb n f r i I rJ r I r c rJ I 7 ilI1rj f rt Y 1 1 T J II Izt ig fI t i Ofow r 1f r 1 r1 of Vf l1 tf j n l1tt rh r J r PI1 t lJi J 1 1 11 rjI t 1 Jt k ll iiff t I 4 tt j II t Jc r o i4Mik ri s1 1 rq iI r 1 1 o I itl r rW1 J 17j fJit t r t I lt f 1a i J 41 d i 1- f f Jr v E orange Oncy has s S Ratliff wife and daugh other Miss Atha Areta visited Dr cry W Jones and wife at Odessa Saturday and Sunday Irs Jus chiHrcn ling nkIfitE SudMlivtsMiss Newman went IAeHMiss Aza Markwell of Flem visited relatives and friends here last week Miss Evaline Colliver visited er cousins Misses Bessie anc Nellie Colliver at Poplar Plains Miss Elizabeth is visit w tignear Reynoldsville Miss Della Boyd visited her parents Charley Boyd and wife h Hillsboro aUter Miss Eldiva and Miss Eva Day of Poplar Plains were guests f ST Walton and wife Saturv ay and Sunday Newton Johnson has been on the sick list but is able to be ou again Robert Phillips is sick Miss ph came home Cridayrelatives at Lexington an Maysville Walker Call wife and children visited G W Phelps and family and Sunday Samuel Watson has returned home after a visit to relatives at Corbin Ky- Misses Colliver and Taudurg SaturdaySR on e ick list h Mrs Lillie Evans and daughter iss Alta of Salt Lick are visit here SMtering illness Mrs Arthur Waller died of consumption at her home M about 7 oclock Saturday evening t T Dee 29 1906 All that could be done by physician friends and relatives was done worn outby years of that dread t he passed peacefully and glori ously into that great beyond where there is no more sickness or sorrow atIILt which deceased had long been a MonadayThe interment followed in thei CeipeteryMrs Waller was daughter of R R Walton a peUrespected citizen of this town was born Oct 25 1874 w reared in this community atIdt married to Arthur Wailer Octi 25slon 18BL Deiasejijeavesahusbdnd a a ag seven a father one sister Mr sand R L Mtch ofMariori Jridiana 1ofGrant county S M and S Tcof this place j besides a number sorrowing and rel a to riioirn the loss of a dear and lovedone Julia wasa kir Idbsarid lovable lyoman and will I eatgreatly missed byall To the b ved ones we extend our deep sympathy Stooos Farmershv ibeen makinggoc id se of tobacco stippingweather Hempgrowers are greatly be aW1ththeirheropbreaking The newly elected officers will e installed at Judy No lMcxiernWoodt1enofAmer One defect of courtship is that it can be run by hot air while it takes cold cashto rpn a family B W Morgan went last week to yisit st Bunker Hill Foxhunters had a fine chase here Saturday night About 15 hounds gave firer Fox the run of his life sClaideabout 20000 pounds of tobiccor to Hisleat 12Jc per pound rhepcrsoI who does some a show is usually he one that does nothingto make a living Our oldest inhabitant he doesnt remember to have sap s en such weather as weare hav ing for midwinter v EOorrell sold his tobacco Hisle atlOJc per poulfd 7 Mrs John Spratt of Sharps burg visited relatives last weekRer J B Meacham will th fieldSundayafternoonIt Some ple will dazzle in the limelight for a time then the brilliancy will wither and 1w away But the plain old eyei dalplug Cltizen takes the world as is seeks not to be heard nor seehpf melt Its easy to tell an unmarried man always howling about lewhath would and would not let do The married men are silent theyve had the expe rience of running up against a buzz saw Miss Sallie McDonald closed her School Friday afternoon with an entertainment which was credits able to the scholars Eiclrschol ldaitook part in it arid all play tleir well Some of t displayed real o toricalabil hUe some of the girls show T SS of a dramatic career thastaughtfourtenns Sach succeeding ter 9 1 ij 1 Jt tIi J r J a illFi t 1 g i 0 t z been moro successful than the from She is one of Montgom the countys foremost teachers Will Robereon visitod his uncle James Roberson near Mt Slei Sundaytaby of M wndayTom Carr and sisters Misses Clthfence Mallory and Grayson rrip tt of Ewington visised Miss nna May Goodan Sundayfr Olympia Miss Bessie Fowler has return stmiiof cousin Miss Melissa Carpenter BvesJas W Penix wife and chil dren of upper Salt Lick visitc- is father W W Penix and Mrs Periixs uncle George Swarts nd family last week Mrs Algin Clark is better Robert Gault of Frankfort isiting s his sister Mrs James It Jackson Willie Schultz returned to his Itwork in West Virginia one day last weekpMiss Sarah Williamson of near Crooks visited her sister MrSc Clark last week George Swarts sold two and lots here to John Forthton last weekaMisses Rena Jackson and Grace Turner visited friends in Mt Sterling last week Mrs Maggie Darling and chil dren who came here last week to visit her mother Mrs Lou urner went to Mt Sterling to isit one day last week returned and are still here Miss Boone returned to Hertwo weeks stay here Clyde Young went up the Big andy river on business Sunday y aillClark a part of last weekI Miss Bertha Swarts is very ill b Mr and Mrs J K Jackson are oth betterIThe roads about Olympia ar almost impassable on account c the mudhReuben Hunter and wife have gone back to Covington after a wo weeks stay with the latter s c Robt Overby They were accompanied home by Mrs Thos urner who will make her home them l StBostohe Cleveland Carpenter left last Monday for Mt Sterling to end t school there the coming ses 2Sundayfamily on upper Stepatone The following additions to the bQdicksall aboUi10000 lbs at 8i and 9c to Job as did M F Wilson 1500 at 7c Ewell Wilson 4500 Ibs 8c to Kirkpatrickc J S Lowry is going to mo to Cincinnati in the near future as the boys can get better wor in the city Well another Christmas has come and gone sand as far as this place is concerned it surely was a record breaker for there wi not a single drunken at the Station from Dec 23d to Janc 2d and thats more than can be said for the last 24 Christmases so our agent says and he has been here to record them al Now who can say that they havef not seen a drunken person during the above ten days elsewhere Miss Lottie G Bittinger spent from Monday till Tuesday with Miss Lizzie Hart on the Forge Farm Well we got it at last Thats e WhofJhadthere is no bottom to our roads and if this weather continues with rain we will not have any i roads by spring time Oh why ghonea paying investment torn to the wife of W W Quicksall Dec 20th a daughter mother and child doing well T H Turley lost a brood mare the other night cause unknown but think it was kidney trouble Salt Lick Mrs CarrieBatesreturnedSatt i4shlandlrMrs W Culbertson Steele f- Ashland visited her sister Mrs Press Jackson this week l Mrs James pierce is convales cent from her sickness Miss Clemma Stinson of Mt Sterling is Visiting Mrs Allen Points and others here Chas Robbins of Mare Island California and sister Miss Ler RObbins Louisville are guests Minnie Cle berIEmery Caldwell and fainilyof CharlestonVa are guests the formers father Thomas Cal hewell Caldwell under went an operation at Robbinss igfinely1Utrs Carrie Bates has moved 1 k 1IJr 1 ij1 ItfA 1 r f H Jl J itI i5 r tsJ Ashland hero and occupies residence she recently pur chased Mr Wright who will edit the Times has moved from Catletts GrwgeChas Grain Mr Grain and ife have taken rooms at MrsT vans boardinghouse Miss Eliza Otis and brother loft to attend school veMorbhcadMiss Lillic S uproughom her home near Ezel Morgan county to Morehead to take a busiiiess course in the Normal school there Miss Eula Parker is the guest her aunt Mrs Isaac Shouse JaarnesArmy are located at Hotel In Jackson- iJYaleWest EndHMrs George A very low can not last many days HhisTuesday in a dying condition W M Daniel is very low with to neumonia Mr Assessor you had better Come up here and finish up 11sansas who was sick had taken relapse and is in a critical con dition Just over the Bath line in Meni fee county they are having epidemic of typhoid fever ani among the deaths reported are Woodson Moore and son Leonard McNab and little child Several are very low A J Crouch was found Wed nesday unconscious in his yard lived a few hours after being removed to the hous He was buried at upper Salt Lick ridayn Richard McClain died Thurs day of last week and was buried m t the McClain burying aturday hutallfMrs A 0 Lee ofMason City to owa is here at the bedsiderer father Wm aorpseThey livqin Pennsylvaniab There is more sickness in this vicinity than was ever known just as longas the authorities d- ow the sawmills to dump thg dust in the branches and creeks so Jon will it continue so our physicians say cHJohn Blevins sold hia crop o 500 pounds of tobacco c at ound to Peed Goodpasten W tpasteraco at 6cand JackandLon McCartysoId their crop to sum Ct nErastus Carter was in Virginia t last week on business Willson Hendrix shipped a carload of cattle to Cincinnati shippedacarIk nati Saturday c Born tO R C Wood iid wife January 4 daughters tSatur4ayOld Aunt Malinda Jones is very low with pneumonia Mrs Ardena Williamson is very sIcktjLickweek Ed Palmer will prize tobacco here for S V Johnson olasCleve Shultz moved to Mont gomery county last week Lafe Jackson moved into the house va- ated by Shultz I utingEverett Sorrell is visiting his grandparents Anderson McCarty nd wife near Olympia this i week h Will was in Salt Lick on business Friday rOdessaJames Powell wife and children of Pebble are visiting Mrs Powells parents J W Darnell nd wife i H B Anderson went to Lex ington last week to spend a few lJonesLouisville to attend a medical col tCharliethe week to attend Smiths Co lege at Lexington MrsMaryJ Power visited her brother Dr I W Jones and wife pastiMiss Maud Manley of Wyom ing was the guest of kjfEdithdiiGarnermules for 200 David Bailey of Beech Woods is under treatment of Dr Jones here for cancer of the ear The x J i tt r Pj k 0 1 Pi i f A pnr cancer dropped out one day last IIweek the Ui G Whaley is up and about again Mr and Mrs Louis Ratlin of hIkiUpperAlmanza Stone has la grippe ent thryo John Manley has been crippled for a couple of weeks with ysipelas on his leg a S Hamilton wife and baby daughter Nellie Neal of Roes Run spent Sunday with R L Stone and wife and Mrs Frances HamiltonhH A Lyter and wife visited mes Maxey and wife in Ow gsville Sunday of tlastyellevifespcnt Saturday with Daniel IAlmanzrother Marshall Stone at tluOospital at Salt Lick one day weekVAlmanza Stone sold some shdats Sam Lathram at 5Jc per lb ilarkMiss Effie Tackett visited Miss aggie McKinivan on White ak Saturday night and Sunday t A CHRISTMAS BATHAt the worlds convention of the Wo mens Christian Temperance Un ion in Boston Sidney Dallars of Melbourne told a group of re porters in Tremont Temple a temperance story My wife said Mr Dallas is one of the most earnest tem perance workers in Australia In I the course of her missionary work sne hears many a strange tale ui A Melbourne woman told her I Christmas time how on eight during the holidays her husband out till about 3 a We all know what that means especially during the holidays we J this man when he got ome thought that he would go oldly to the bath room and take bath That would remove from is wifes mind any suspicions as his condition It would slioi er in a word that he was a ight So he undressed filled the tu nd plunged in Hotatfi enfev red as he was enjoyed the ath As he splashed and scrub bed and puffed he heard a slight n9iseand looking up saw his wife in the doorway His vife was regarding him withan expression of unspeak able contempt He was rather amazed at that But he said nothing He lowered his head IihCan sep y hatt am do wgTTie answered He rubbed ip some more lather Im tak ng a bath lShe sniffed and said as she gov you tke off your then WnsNJoAN BALKED A well kr m Green Mountain Congre grtional Deacon notwithstanding his gravity of manner given to quiet joking when it ca Be done without offense to the parties involved Since the appearance of auto mobiles madame has refused I go out driving for fear that some serious would happen sN he knew their horse would a badly She Was finally induce jB visitmeet any autos going but the eacon said Mother was y and uncomfortable the entii journey II When they returned everything went off nicely until they were nearly in sight of their own door way arid a large touring car glided up to them when madame was at nce beside herself with fright nd threatened to jump from the carriage unless the deacon stoi ped for her to get out By U time she was safely on terra firma old Dolly was quietly cropping grass by the roadside apparently of the presence of dreaded auto The autoist stopped seeing that they were old people and asked the deacon pimle in his eye said Yes if you willonly lead my wife past your machine I thinkwell be all ightPittsburg Press 1 COULDNT FOOL HIM TWICE The heavy clouds yere massing in tbe West the lightning Vas flash ng and the thunder was rumb ling ominously The fond mother gathered her young hopeful to her and the d- ozically to calm Ins fears Theres no danger dear Godsends the thunder storm to clear he air water the flowers and YoumusntIyou and everything will be bet ter when its over The little chap listened intent ly and mother finished he looked at her quizzically- No no mamma he mur waysto the dentist to have that tooth pulled Harpers Weekly Jealousy is an explosive that has wrecked many an air castle Its a still wind that blows no body any harm A childs first impression usually slipper made by the matern ISIIY JJ t Iti uw d TUG VILIANWeIIsir said at Jrflrid T want you to defend me Tile other shook him the and Certainly I will defend 0kindlythousand did you say bit Hundred thousand 1 the cli uOh sir dont IItinkr 490 in all and 1 expect to par back every cent before I die CuGeorgeboy show this dishonest rascal out Kansas City Journal A word to the wise guy is ci how wastedumoneyindifficult to induce it to circulate our wayIsays est improvements of the age are which hide the ravages of ooldnglll= = N THE DISTRIGT COURT f the United States For The Eastern DistrictC Of Kentucky jInIlbankruptOn this 3d Jay of January A D 1907 on the In olionfor discharge filed on the 3d da3tjf A D 1907 it is Jdereding be had upon the same on the c b 22d day of January A D 1907 He before said court at Covingtonin 5 4 said district at 10 oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto asCpracticable and that notice ther of be published one time in Ow It NGSVILL OUTLOOK a newspa per published in said district and 7 all known creditors and other persons in interest may appea at said time and place and shotcause if any they have why thilprayer of said petitioner t grantedWitness Honorable A M Cochran Judge of said Court and the seal thereof at CovingM ton in said district on a s day of January A D 1907sJos C FINNELL Clerk a J W MENZIES D CtJ tno bClubbing Offerib The Cincinnati Daily Post and your choice of the following weeklies one year Ohio Farmer NfYt Breeders Gazette 275 Louis vile JourierJournal 230 Cin J cirinati Enquirer230 Cincinnati Gazette 225 monthlies Agrir PoultrySuccessMagazine 2 Womans Hom Con1pm on235Cosmopo1tan Magazino250 Pilgrim Magazine 225 semimonthly Farm and i Fireside 2 V The Dai Post one year ani Christy Hoe Safety Razor 225 MomentsHumam one year for 225tpIe Daily Post and a 14karet fountain pen 235 R D JOHNSON News Dealer Oboxl05m Commissioners Sul- eoBat1 Quarterly CourtmR Patterson Plif vs H Rice c Dfts Under and by virtue of a JudgJ meet of the Bath Quarterly Cow rendered in the above action its October tenu 1906 the under resign d will sell at public outcry front door of the Court house in Owingsville Ky at about the hour of 1A oc ock- noon on- MONDAY JANUARY 28 1907 one gold ring set with a diamond of the size of 1 14 and 132 kar ats Said sale will be made on a purlegood security for the purchase price yable to the undersigned bearing 6 per cent interest from date of sale until paid C S RATLIFF Commissioner Quarterly Report ot the SALT LICK- DEPOSIT BAKK 4 Hall LlckKy at the close of business Deo- iBltW 1 HKHOtmCKS Loan JTWErt H Overdrafts 4WBJ- Cosh duo from banksSa27 II Casb in sate 8oa at 407 7 t Banking louse18o00I jilliTW 17 LLDlLITIEI Cnpllnl Block JUOOO 00 Kuiul Undivided 1rodts UXl 11 Uepoblts i Kja58 n isiiuoBubscrllted and sworn to by ALLEN HlOlNTS Cashier CorrecAttetmiJI HLKWI8 r lretor J U UAMPIIKLL Director t W IlAZOIt DtrtL- urClubbing r Offer Our yearly dubbing offer Daily Cincinnati Times Star 2 TimesStar and Ohio Farmer 250 limes Star and National Stock man 250 This offer is for mail subscriptions on D JOHNSON News AM 1r p Y i Quarterly Report of Th- eFAKMEUSBANK lni post Owlngsvlllv Ky rPecI est JlESOUnOBH ttOtlrhordralhnnscured r from iNntloimlllanU 73iC 13 CutdpililluutlnuhurfteftlE5IaLu aslUtsUom1other mocks and Bonds 8000000 Specie J4i n a rrtiy 22071 TO2JOOl t3 scbILIIII forhurlngs ITo II eKurnltiiruCurrent KxpeiiKd iJtHt Qunrtur Qlvudescrtpt ion Jocatlon value uud lunu owned nil reul estate exFrt banking houte anti lot if luliKvr luua lWuy ur Mono pec7 IIBhI1TIES Caiiltul Stock lOQfiono l foiicUvlctriIiriiflhi JlIInturentiH not paid anA 3 UepoHUs ubJecttocheckouwlilrt lIittieIllspnld elilaliti crrlllleutes ofdepoutonfowhich Inlereit Is tllwhlcbHavings iklkI1I ou which Inter est lpIIIcl Ortlilfd Ctiecks Ut NivJiiii Hunks M u MIMJlpk und lInkr J I3ZTC u Trui tt iinpnni eIII1U G1SI lieUnpaid e I1vlltndiIfCaplllLlltOlk not pilidylFund tu pay IiiurrLEiHighest amount Ofiudebtedne efl Liiiy tuckboldu person com plItnbiU of the ludhldual memblra br- ereof dIrectly ur lIIdIrCcIly Iasuch indebtedness exceeds a cent of cupltrtl stock actually paid nnd actual amount of eu-rpluthebukoie do sabovtHeo Hrotlon 863 Kentucky Htatntes tirsurblndtbtednossexc rdtlOper v ocanksumyclloni Kentucky UtKtulo w bimeani company or arm In cliuiui tnIbe1ibil1IyofibecomnrIo1 or dtviduet member thereof ex r cent of tBldupcapltal nmllVtual surplosT No so 1t1e amount of such in ebItflQ Amount tllnu dividend r1Xi 00 W rr nIl tLoIElIomrelAtereSigandtoxea d foro declaring illvlttcnd and was not IrIS bal id pvr eeo 1Wprofit of tbe knnk II i the covered by the ditlCiatf cnrrted to 1piltibet Section Got Kentucky Blfclutet m btState of Kfntur y Couim 6f Jolb JM V i Nainold county being duly sworn says tetoreifwng report Is In alt respects a tia statement of the condition ot the soldBfjik t the nlos of luslnuse on the eo to tbe best of his knowltfdgy M- UeIlefemd I further soys that the bust ue s of iidd BiiitK has been transacted at the locn ion named nnd not elsewhere and that the bliletatgl1miteds1naltmlgthe zit day of ic-s y me the ilmiy unvihleb such jreport dUll w numileizJBOOODJABTKn flirictor- iLIC1MBIEOUGII14rector C VM Wilbur Director b SBubscrlbecl and sworn to before me by J iMR iUl OEU 2ibtu Public liMb Co Ky v r p fQuarterlOWINU VILL1fBANKINGnO I t At tb eUs nt businras jetiiiJ1- EBOURCF e T 3 1IIt1I DWeotinls n IN7Wai e odrnflIItCItrIonlJ nnsftcurnd IOWCBJ e OvlrrtnnunMtaJtdnnu ftoutNaUlJnal ankIUJJII iDJ iDuoJAu1lnl1onnnd 1u1 0014 I tMorgUUb poudmi Other SKKiit nnd Itnnils pucleUI11uxeImmiugtforC1ent1n ntnr llein enrrlml m Cash furniture aDd Fixtures TM Vund to pay oxen tJrrnt EpnIll s ttrchIItU oil s ltMlGlr description mention rnln and how owned nil altlute oxccpt blnklu bouse and JOIII uuy owned longer then eve yearL1AIiILITIE1 00n11tutt3tockpuidln1rurplu Fund Undivided l rontaIexpnJe GIC5 75 1111 Doposltot nt follows vii IJntrellDeposits subject to on Interest Is paid Demand vrltmiemiteI 01 deposit on whIch intvrtfit Is paW Innta3n 10 Suvlng Depoolt on merest llpnW CerltAtd Checks Duo National Banks SIS 48 liua Bflw blnfe and bfnkrs JVMT 14 W tjbue Trust ompantes Checks outstanding Bills rediscounted t axes due and unpaid Ctplliil Btock not iinoeai 1- 0SUPPLEMENrAKY amount of Indebtedness ol any tockbolder person com pany or firm IncludltiK In the II ability tbo eOI pzIUV orttrin the liability of the ndIvidiml members therooldlrectlr or In direct If such Indnbtedness ex ellPds110 per cunt ol capital stock actually paid Iiinnd the actual amount of thubnnky 19000 How Is Indebtedness stated In above Item secoreUt Personal mind collateral Beo Seotlon act Ktlntucky Blatutes highest amount of lndebtednena ofuny director iiroffloerjfumount 01 such Indebtedness exceeds Iper cent of paldup capital stock of bank See Bectlon K8KontUcky Statutes I lion Is seine teuuredt a Low amount of lndebtedn of any person company or firm cluding in tbe of tho or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed per centof pldUII cap Itnl and actual stir If If oostateaiuounlof such Indebt edness Amount of last dividend 1800 00 Were all expense Interest and taxes deducted therefrom beforw Ueclnrlnu dividend and was not lies than 10 per cntuf not pronts of tIt bonk for the period cover ed by tile dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend wnsdeclared es e Bectlon Kentucky Btalutes blab of Kentucky t County of Until T UHOWN Cashier of OTlnRsvllli Bnnklng Co n DU11 located und doing bus liitsu ut No street In th town of Ow InvUlI lu aId county twins duly awor clIs In all respects IdniestatemvnlotbocondltI000fteumkmit tbe close of business on i of Dec lOOt tothe best of ble know edge and belief amid further lAY UmnI tbo builne of said Bank bRA been uonlDctllfl t the location and not elsewhere nd that the abov report U mode In con pliance with an official not3e recelvd from hu btcerctmary of Iato deslrmL1flg the lb day of Dec louns the day on whIch suc shHll be nmde JMitlHAILTLregIdeUtISAaC llC UDOKLIDlr otor- T II l1IEOVNIIrecLr- i4tlterIlttI lo anti sworn to before me by TH Drown the 1t day of JniwlW My ConimUslou expires Fell IMJO It GUDQUtiL Notary Public Bath Co Ky N Men of sound judgments gep crate a lot pf silence Once in a great while a cook gets cohtraiyand refuses to quit Old bachelors are men who have given marriage va serious thought JJ AntAritlnclotm Fool Tlip function of Uluss f moJlacvnl titans wad la u WCII Iarv ort ut oue uad bu wilt plied f had often very great Infltten thIi1ssoereIgn IeriiaLS tlAbrigbr anti iuost astute of foola was ToT botilet the favorite Jester of Frauclt wits reported that lila majesty s of o very Bcneroua nature I139ZL acceded to a request of CUarles Y lperor of Germany that be Jnlgbf sa through France on Us way ftQnrV ain to the Neth rUad Buttlns de nil recollection of wU txM baIt tTered at the emperors handi while captive 15 SpaIn Frauclswaa pre paring to receive Cbaritswlth muchr 4rltl1Ofly anti splendor observing bnv O1fllIIg that Trlboulet was scribbling Industriously upon a bit of paper flhlCI3 Inquired what he was doing I have just added the name of Eta ror Charles of Germany to taf list of oiz answered tho Jest a ore go who Is committing Ilu Iucrei1bie lly of IntrustlnshlmseW to y i by tg through your kingdom Folly 110w If f should JctvWa M safclyr Then I shall substitute your name r his wee the nudactous retort ot ofOOl Won tor HI Victim Baron do Mohrenhelm a Banian dip zitat was one of the strongest fig ures In the political life of hie conntry did not believe in conceding a point hard fightIng teemed likely to brlrir ctory WWIe hotdtos a high position Si rctetsburjr kte life was thret4 CI by n conspiracy A Ttwfcicaa had se4 been detailed to kill him end after th ot wax dfscovertd he had the SMUT duglmt before him The accosed witf youth wbp tA been drlrm by1 atar yarton to Join the revolutionist You not agree with what 1 mat detag id the baron in ri frjeaaiytoBe11b r man answered deflantiy to the nega ve Very well said the iHtewlecl ictim every man is entitled to Wa nIou and I think that whet you ant is work He ordered the nian- e tc freed find farad kirn etnptoyKefit In own fervtcf where the worlOaiam f till the day of Ks death aJ few year afterward tn Organised Holdnp An English Christmas teat a aa erfest Its a beggtegfect The bff lays but it plays with ece feted hile the other to f for tofu and boys and men slag Ckriatmos hTb 111 tbea fctk coRecUoo apTmXr moon may be Bntolng but yoti seo it tbroagh the fog Jaat fattens are decorttfof tb e youre scarcely had time toN and That you think Its a TSTV remark yThmn an 1- wfesiioti 114Qe flfz says iery CkiItEaE i4 waJto tor yrm to be gievoi iinipI- Igliteriud the paper bc a 4imnn irho delivers groceries aid ttf foy from th cake shop Porter fdlffrr ou wtjorprer yon go anti iwrTtat hom you Eevcraw before bob junibcrii And out rn the dTeefiirlj even you Jicar any oe BBJ Iiflstizas yoomeTO irysjaVTiori and In your pocket It LftCIldet i mas Its an organized hoL99eeflan IgrTeI 01 4sie1 The distance to the oarIxNVti to BO trcBsu lo that UK 4 acts qrOZW t ra3p t a a igatiui ibemattctil diHawetrati a LIgM whi4h raveio ataipeed ot iMailiesIfogie ceoad of tLme tsover fw cT toac fro tl5tar Ttaetbread ipunba epMrJso cesstrely flue that i EoiteiCwould ho long ena1glrto ieck areu4i1- he earth Itwoiild tnketez pouadet t to reach to the thooti and everZ000 pouads ta stretcli to the VBB KttiJt ct frthreart lotip Mjonjih to rwic6ihei Bfcirest star wontd reqnk halt alIHon tons If a railroad coBld bo tmllt to this star and the are fixeXst iteht ka mile the total cost of the Jowaey wonhl be 2OOOOOOOOOOr iretalxt times the whole amoct of otnel = gold lnthe WOnt u Black Ro4a Knovtc What te the meaning oflfeW hesUle banging of the ttoor of the be M eC commons Jn Black tobs inoffeBSlVe face Why must tim Wsss Veaseager humbly knock three times for admJs don and wait sabnladrely OB themat eqtsidc antll the repreeentatlves of tie people decide to opes their does tat6 VIm It is one of several qnaJBt aadj J curIous customs BtlU preseneAlB par Uament a survival from a period of history when the house of commons was not to free ami Independent or so k cacred from royal JfttrnaloQ as It baa been since the revolution Mlchpef MacDonagb In Grand Magazine 4 IVothfBK Ifcw Vader the SaN Slang phrases m course of tithe be come absorbed Into the veraaeuiar jo t la the same way that Bonsenae rUymea i t and nursery verses become Instltu tlons Take the folkmteff eiaApleL f The famous line Mother may I fio out toswlma7 Yes my darling daughter hang your clothes on a hickory Iie1 And dont go near UM water i ire at least 13QO years old betas v u found In n boot of Jestr ot tie stith century compiled by Hlerodest Loa K don Chronicle j The For tiSilHtf The editor i er tfcWac the poera Just brought JD byeieHtetar3r coni trlbutpr 4 You speak oir tbe plrlt of the fory K estbe said To yon think there Is such a thing as a forest spirit na dlaV tlriguished tfom i6y other kmdy v Yes bir fiercely responded ihe lit 4 entry coatrlbutor Didnt you ever hear of such a thing aa ropd alcohol Chicago Tribune Ui tori V Joke Mnoiulay is not usually regarded aa a humorous writer but la bis Hlstorr of England be p Ptte3tbe follQW og In rvlaUng the Ucatbof Cbarlea II lie says Scvcrhl of the iffescrlptffths JV have been preserved One of them I3 signed bjr fourteen doctors He rSTsrj red his senses but bo was la a situation of extreme dang qwrU2 Discretion Jrbls popular fiction Is nil rot In real life the fitIs father seldom objects jjk to the man of berrtifAce Youre wrong there He often ob 4 Jects but hon usually too wiae to say V anythIngPltbburc Poet Time LoTer First Friend I ice Jack aad Molly have made It tip again Why was the engagement broken o Second Frtcnd rTbcyhadR quarrel as to vhlch loved tbe other the most He is indeed a busy man who cannot find time to find fault f sI