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I I 4Jtd 1 r Z 17 3f w p i t t to ir o f ic fciv I t VK0Q M c 1MLf I t ec 4jj Ic jn 1 rt J f iF 4 t ML a Ii C I S4e tiL XXVIII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JAN 17 907 NC jruE OUTLOOK off the upptairsroom T formerly at the corner ofI l b Henry streets A t tin our new It 4 k er now for I I a miserI atS I thud roads 1 ei Vthward l I v mean ayon 0 r o not d rvo t ass4f I J tSI 4 s J f t 4 jS5e t I S a iJt o S4sl 1 1SS ft r t t j4 SW 010 5p f It t tSe ttSSl Sp tI A 1 f t i V f tbSr5 r 1515Vte 4c a- f r i 0 r 00 t fiI 41b j 4 5I V t tgera vi sold the farm l It iI her Odd S Rod J essa to Omar Rod i acre- JjcL Owlngsville fA 901 0 0 Fdzneets rday nightat7ocock 3 lrsjiirs WKfueated to at especially at a we are considering ng place or 1cp Ittt ARYrAttI wing the ffecooit iI 1oMrJ aN C D vMftft cohsista of thirty Tx ys from three to of were enteri 4 agev A R fine 8 e The tables an- dj rhtedwithpink little cani I ponded to the kindness mpbell in his hearty t fut occasion J Ii CONTRIBUTED 4O O F ELECTION The wmv lie Lodge No 190 L 0 IFr elected the following offi I tf night to serve the linc ax months ElderRM Grand Leslie Ed Perry T H Brown The following were t fed Right Support to No c d Dr 1W Jones Left I o Mames a Steele Right Vice Grand C 8 t Left S 7G Thomas r Td4n Dr HJ Daily St u i L S Eatill Inside V Goodpaster Out- Geo Sorrel RightS I I V John J Coyle npporter Robert 1 1 Remember that t epare4toprint UI reIfY 8Ouo1- tI onthebest 4 o v tthethost 0 i ipareour lIl I s itby any f 5S JItto1 usdoH It 1 b J f t igersio dually b lice i 4 1 I ale 4Lr1F1 3tp tI j I 00r I r 1 llI 1 Wtto tr1 J tf L JI c fiIf 51J4i p f r t tIl y f r f 10t iI 1tOitt ooI r J Il J 1 fi1 A t iy IJt vcI11f s IISt r 1r rtI t If 4fff I i tt t 7 J r41 tot V I J ts t 111i t- c1to t r of ot 4JIP Jt 1 ors i i1 f fri1IL1- r 7 iC 0 kr h 0 t f t t 5i f I i55r Vll oJ 1 f JI 0x 1 1t pi 1 i g i t 4 Jr ta vP J 1 rr lot ii 5r 1araDc fp 0 1 if Jii j 1 fhI n 1P fj 1it 1 r o I Ut li 1 54r 4 7 4 J J r j f1J1 1 JItJ 11L 1 otr 44 I It s r 1J- r t ff1y rt J k t 4 1t tt Cu 41 tl if o jl1 t11 rGj l 1 tI 4 JcAssfv J i1 5iIf 1 14J J f r t 1 i t V bj4 J f jJI P r I rJ i r L i PERSONAL Mrs James W Lane is on the sick list Reuben was in More head last weekJJacob Trumbo of Mt Sterling was here Tuesday e UlarkThomassonJohnArnold or Flat Creek has pneumdnia f Oliver Mt Sterling waited his brother Sam Jones here SundayRoe of fpastElisha Robertson of the Star Planing Mill Mt Sterling was here Monday Jeff Jackson after a visit to his family here eftfcrDayton Tenn vTueadayi wVjohnD Young Jr was here onday in the interest of the exington HeraldsVames Stephens accompanied by brother William returned vh Cincinnati last week V V Feariftg of Dayton Ten visited the family of Dr conner the past weeks James Miller of I J A visited the family ofye last week V v M Atchison X nie Sheehan went to al r V Saturday to visit her- oq f T Minihan andfamilr Vllen two Sterling after a to friends home Monday nd wfe visited c tlvr here Sun androturned to V r ter 1St I aiNG ABOUT TOBACCOt U Christopher Columbus disCt1jv red America in about he also discovered tobacco Christtopher had a good deal of ty which on to makingt iationstlajngclaimsand taking possesson name his sov ereign Rug Ferdinand and a Queen TsaD Iahe observedmanyi of th na aves seeme xflford then sat p iafAit sci aftt lto ii fti fir tIlL 11 Mm iiI bps After dinerf i1e of of i 1havinrcage and being in a good huinQrt glad to be pq land once and wishing to socially cultivate the natives and a little curiousS about the taste of tobacco took the pipe which was made of half a walnut with its stem1 and a social smoke with his constituents and Christopher soon discovered that he was growinge a little dizzyheaded homesick seasick or something excused himself and told his new found friends that he would have to return to his ship and get a drink of water and lie down Upbon joining his new friends morning Christopher was againa offered the of peace litely excused himself remarking that he had not entirely recovered from his seasickness oc casioned he supposed by hisI late voyage or something had not exactly agreed with The smoking of tobacco was found by Columbus to be prac ticed in the West Indies where the natives mad iit into cylindri cat rolls wrapped in maize leaf It has been nrev ilent from un known antiquity among Ameri can Indians With them it has a religious character and is con n cted with their worship and all their important transactions which are ratified with the pipe of Upon his return to Spain he carried with him speci mens and samples including tobacco the use of which spread throughout the old world In time its use in some countries was ferbidden and punishment by the most cruel kind of was decreed King James I of England issued a Counterblaste to Tobacco AU opposition however was in vain its use has increased and has countinued to in crease to the present day when it is more prevalent than atanv formertime the luxury of rich and poor of civilized nations and f savage tribes Ic has been sed as money as a medium of change It is indigenous to clime it is a gold mine to the V Atucky farmer if he will han ously act and unite with the Mean Society of Equity and slong as the world sticks use of tobacco I T H BROWN v 1 OF EQUALIZATION The 4 Vv Board of Equaliza its Six ay8 session 1 moon and t Tuesday Although i i p Baileymadeare 41 more r p was returned f for 1905 byI v bout five h k It Hnd those 1 4 will has be heaiia t j ha few ex ngonturn t tomlands l u- f g 2 r 2 J aS i jf 4 Xit l t lC l1f 1 C W B M WORK The ser vices at the Christian Church Sunday hight were conducted by the wpme n Mrs Sarah Yancy State Secretary for the work made a beautiful address The entire program was very credit accomplishdalmost berdbelief yet much more coul1 be accomplished if funds were uvUable The greatest feature of the work is the educational work In our own Kentucky two line schools are in operation in which about seven hundred young men and women re taught each The schools are not iselfsujiportipg and never will be for only those tqttendsmall per cent of the urnaC en rolled pay ven a of the cost Only 2 per week is asked of any who can pay vnd this includes oard fuel i nt tuition and all- chool suiv v The greatest number of pa ils are supported by the National Board or in dividuals 100 pays for a stu dent for one year This includes everything but clothing Far way California pays for four- tudents How many do we here the home State pay for Last e Kentucky sent to the Nat ional Board 16000 The Nation BUd in return sent back to Kentucky 22000 for the benefit f those boys and girls who are striving for an education The women of Illinois pay 1 COO each year to Prof Button of Morehead for his services The women of the Cleveland DistrictI of Ohio pay 1000 to thick of Hazel Green for his iinauxiliaries or churches The- eachers in these schools are the ery best that can be secured ommon school branches nono malmethods Bible and music are- aught in both schools The buildings at both places are beau iful modern and convenient he rooms in the dormitories have een built and furnished mostly i y individuals Anyone paying 200 which builds furnishes room is entitled to name that for himself or any one and t stands asa memorial to thatj ersoi 4st year a new t It ng ij 1tQ opfly9rwithxtU w no 2rmembers has doubled its membership and last year con- nibuted over 50 to the work They wrint todo more this year the 129 organizations in thO- tatethere were only 10 starAux Owingsville being one having paid her State and National duesj made her quarterly reports served the Week of Prayer and W B M Day plac d on tne Roll of Honor Who will help these women toI dp a greater work this year Wont some one having no dren to educate send us 100 to- ducate some one turned awayI ecause there are no some one help to build a room to put these boys and girls in who often walk a hundred miles to such aschool Wont more women send4n their names take a part in this grand work The call is ringing to day It comes to you and me Go and teach all nations preach landIjyou wish for any information in re gard to itaddressSECRETARY OF THE OWINGSVILLE Aux CW B M LETTER FROM CALIFORNIA Whittier Los Angeles Co Cal Jan As I read letters from different States but never see any from the Golden West I will write a few lines about South ern California Whittier was founded twenty years ago as a Friends colony and was named after the beloved Quaker poet With the increase of population it has grown from a quiet Quaker village into a busy city of 5000 inhabitants Whittier lies in the frostless belt in a curve ofthe Puente foot hills which protect it from the cold blasts from snowcapped mountains It is from Los Angles and is reached from that city by the S SR Rand Pacific Electric c rline The P E runs twentyseven cars daily each way One ofthe extensive sources of income is the citrus fruit indus try Whittier oranges are the earliest of anypart of Southern California the first carload of the season being shipped from here Navel oranges pay 300 per acre Valencia oranges 1700 per acre Lemons are very pro fitablepaying from 500 to 1 000 per acre Lemon picking is done every month in the year Orange picking begins in November and lasts until the last of June Walnut growing is very profitable also There are about 5500 acres of bearing walnuts Berry growing is another indus try that pays well There are grown here blackberries loganberries dewberries and straw berries We have good schools here primary grammar high school Ei f and college Union High School was erected in 1905 the 8OtOOO A Masonic tempIeisinc- onstruction at the cost of16t 000 There is also located here the Whittier State Schools an in soxqsThereand forty girls One can get good wages tie lowest being 2 per day and range up to 5 We have met I quite a few people from Ken tucky and I hope if there is any of you Eastern people that Want to leave Kentucky you will come to California It does not get very cold here I have seen a little ice Wishing every reader of THE OUTLOOK a successful New Year lamYOUR CALIFORNIA FRIEND 1 EMERGENCY CAMPAIGN A herculean effort willbe made during the week commencing Monday January 31 to complete the giveKentuckyat the Jamestown Expositionb The Exposition will folk Va April 26 next and- promises to be one of the most interesting Worlds Fairs ever held Assemblyfailed xjhibitCommonwealth Membrs Of the Jamestown Exposition Commis sionof which Col J Stoddard Johnston is president have been devoting services gratuitously to the movement and now they call upon he public spirited citizens 01p fate argu ng with considerai rce thatthe States particip IUrin Exposition will me assistance toward the ofthe State It is furtherQointdt ut that Kentucky recog1 the first and ioremostei of Virginia should above ah ut er 11Believing not pci mit the State to go unrepresenl ed the Kentucky Commission already secuj deal site a State Buihid has beI gun the collectio jgs whirh vill be used in lica of the ognesbor Ke tuckysl susi the Fa Jt44L1eAt5GV ti riU lii ryRa J mJ shipmezttof1ogsr the biin 1nteltT1eweekofJan as town Week V A personal can vass for funds will be made ju every county of the State An equitable division of the sum x petted from the entire State luia been made Each county is r quested to raise a sum amounsrig to 1 percent ofthe revenue turn over by the county to the State treasury for the fiscal year ending June 30 1905 E ff county in the State has much natural wealth and many possibilities to offer to outside investors and it is felt that an elaborate exhibit and a State Building will attract attention to Kentucky and arouse interest in her resources and pos sibilitiesFor counties fof this Con gressional district vicechairmen of the Division of FinancehaveI been nominated respective counties are Asked to sub scribe to the fund as ollowsr Ninth District BatJt25369I John A Owingsville County chairman Boyd 39851 J W M Stewart Ashland Coun ty chairman Bracken 18772 L P Knodler Augusta County chairman Carter 10028 B H Rutledge GraYson County chair man Fleming 26753 R H Yantis Flemingsburg Count- ychairmanGreenup10716 FM Griffith Greenup County Chair man Harrison 40579 William Adams Cynthiana County Chair man Lawrence 12067 T S Thompson Louisa County chair man Lewis 13572 Thomas W Bertram Valley County chair man Mason 54333 Thomas Ai Kirk Maysville County chairman Nicholas 22218 John F Morgan Carlisle County chair man Robertson 5058 M MI Neal Mt Olivet County chair man Row n 5843 SM Brad ley Morehead County chairman total 285859 K 0 T MMenifee Tent No 94 Knights ofthe Maccabees was reorganized Thursday evening Jan 10 by State Command er M D Elkin he conducting the services The officers chosen were Past Commander T S Shrout Commander C F Martin Lieutenant Commander JR Sal mons Record Kee Walter Pieratt ChaplainD W Doggett Sergeant George Dawson Master atArms A C Markland Guards W S Gudgell and Horace L Lane Sentinel Henry Schwab Pickett Perry Flora Command er Elkins address is said to haveS been very impressive and spirit was infused into the old members while several new members were initiated The C 0 mail trains still rujvpn a catcha5catchcan sche R t t l4 t fM 10 RAINS AND FLOODSRain com monced falling last Friday night and Saturday morning there was lightningLatercontinued to fall with brief intermissions until Wednesday All of the water courses were about as flush as they ever get and did a great deal of damage washing away corn fodder fenc bridgesPrickly away much fencing and ion Monday Wyomingturnpike The water got into the former gooddealhoused in it The Naylors Branch bridge danagedThe and awayThestore awayLower is said to have been several feet higher than ever before badlydamagedof dollars to repair them Licking river is booming and threatens to inundate Farmers Salt Lick and Wyoming A tree lodged against ore abutment of the new hifge over Hink S ton at Rogers Mill and damagedite The Mud Lick dam nai ig the Olympian Springs Cos J ue was so much damaged Monday that it was feared it would break and cause much destruction to prop erty below Oving to the washing away of the temporary bridge of the C 0 over Sandy river near bundayhroughtrains have been running onthe L N track between Winches en and Maysville The passengers on are a oafer red at thebreak in the 4e DIED SUDDENLY Th many relatives and friends Miss Kettle Moore of Cincinnati will be to hear that she died Tuesday Jan 8 Mr Belle ftts of Flat Creek visited her le week previous andsi was v apparently good Y but lysis1ind lli W SWHSSL asia brought against t claccusatlonslittFe logic in tjiem as had the claim of a tattered tramp This tramp appealing to a kind old farmer for help whined 1ubecome a millionaire but one of these here lab rSavin devices knocked me out How so my poor fellow l the farmer asked I wuz doin fine the tramp explained holdin down a bartenders job in a saloon when the boss went and put ina cash register THE BITER BITTEN Ashton Stevens thewellknown dramatic critic of San Francisco tells a story on himself which should be a Warning to all dramatic critics never to be too severe in their re views on new productions Mr Stevens once wrote up the vaudeville act of a young woman who sang coon songs His caustic remarks too much for the vaudeville artist to bear and so protestIIsay about me though it IS hard enough to read comment of a disagreeable nature she said but you rjst remember that vaudeville managers read your notices and they may refuse to give me an ggement on account of what Y9u said I would not mind if I only myself to considerbut you see Mr Stevens I have to support my husband who is a dramatic critie SMASH MoRE NEXT YEAR I There are Christmas gifts and Christmas gifts said Bishop Foss a few days before his departure for Japan but the only ores are those given rfotiveuIn during the holidays I o ice saw the proprietor hand a plainly dressed young a21b11lShe the bill and said bitterly thatfall And dunn the past yearn I broken thirty fiye tumblers twentysix cups Inme meat rtlattersf6ur saucers seventytwb thttc and thirteen- of the mi ttess best tureenslU Theft h there said the shop man soothingly heres another dollar And dontforget me you chow he ended with a WinkKansas City Journal I Asa trouble maker a jealous woman Isnt in it with a jealous man Many a mans wife dresses sty lishly because his creditors it A womans love for dress and dressing apt to keep her hus and tjuvsshig L TRAINOurs 1 yet when compared with those of the Spanish railways it could not be called slow In fact it IknowperimentAt of the stations I p d a sleek looking animal As the train started he followed and I kept on feeding The dog kept on running His eyes were upon my window Never once did he look to the ground save when I threw a morsel of chicken or a bone and even then he did not slacken his speed With a slight movement his head would bend aboneand good if not he looked to me for further donations Every one on the train became interested in the race From every window Turks held tempting morsels to entice the cur Mile comparionhis head out of the car window thedogTen miles further on we reach ed the next station and our dog de1igha more enthusiastic and promis cuous reception given to any hu man being After that it was tempttheraces with the train At one time we had a line of dogs stretch AppletonsREFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR- A is about the only precious thing a woman possesses that doesnt excite the envy of other womenA has such an imagination that she cries about how lonely she is going to be when she is a grandmother sayshehe means he is the only one preS- ent who didnt notice itN Y- Pres rememberabouttrying late iirlthatal i wJ gtilPeopl tii bench if they h with different tolor It seems as if bathrc jthein A mans wifeis mighty proud of him for having so much brains that he annot understand her Riches may not bring their possessor happiness but they seem to get along without even sympathy If there were markeddown bargain rates in doctors charges women want the whole family sick so as to get the bene fit of them THE VERSION Here is a Vermont variation of the New York anecdote about Augus tus Thomas who being asked if he had ever shot a moose is said to have replied No but I would if he bit me A farmer was being tried before Justice Galasha on a charge of having killed a neighbors sheep The carcass waS tracked to the respondents kitchen and the case was clear The respondent admitted the killing but said he did it in self defense The Justice required him to explain himself a little more fully and he drawled out Wall Id hev this court to know that no dd sheep bites me and lives Washington Post Store Room For Rent Main and Court Streets Owings ville Ky opposite west side of Courthouse lately occupied by THE OUTLOOK office Fine stand and good opening for most any kind of business OWINGSVILLE BANKING Co FOR RENT OR SALE My 191acre farm 3 miles south of Sherburne on the East Fork fotsalefor corn and tobacco 8acreg in wheat 12 for oats 30 inmeadow balance in grass 2 dwelling hous es 2 tobacco barns good orpl LariIsoi DH HKfelrfX A II i i ih f jr f BUGGY ROBES AND t HORSE ANiS tlr I hay a special low price on Buggy Robes and Horse Blanket hfor this month Come and see the largest line of BuggyBgbS and the lowest prices s EUCENE MINIHAN Ct Jk F U R H IF gBrr i r tf s AND UNDEp1AjKjYNRk We Edward L Barnes of Owingsville and Win K Peters Jr 7 lately of Bethel have associated ourse1ve to engage in the furni ture and undertaking business in Owingsville and respectfully so ilicit a share of the peoples trade Prices 0a11 competitors metISee us before buying elsewhere Embalming done on the tru principles of the art All calls met promptly day ornightS BARNES 4 PETERS IEverythin1 ForCashOnly VfN Calico x Sc Hair Pins bunch ic Pins paper 42c Corsets 88 50 40 l9c Heavy fleecedlined hose pr lOc Thread spool 4 i53cApnnDress Ty10cfp 5 5 J aar hto t5 rf iJU Write or fr ilA Offer The Cincinnati Daily Post and your choice of the following weeklies one year Farmer 210 Indiana Farmer 230 N Y Tribune and Farmer 230 Breeders Gazette 275 Louisville CourierJournal 230 Cincinnati Enquirer 230 Cincinnati Gazette 225 monthlies Agri Magazine 2 Womans 225 semimonthly Farm aKd Fireside 2Sv 225 r The Daily PostSpare MornenfS Humam Life and Farm News one year for 225 7The Daily Post anda 14karet Solid gold fountain n5-R D JOHNSON ewsD 0 box 105 QuarterwReportot DANK Salt cKy at to close of buslqeia Dec 3J 1900 REHOUHCES- ma 170039 80 verdrafts K- Cosb due from bank 4C791 86 641O8T8 78 cat1niafei1 10 IIU7SO 17 s LIABILITIES Capital StoclcIIIOOUSurplu Fund 500000 Undivided Fronts 1011111 Deposits KW5878 41117501 Subscribed and sworn to ALLEN B POINTS Cashier Correct Attest nlI LEWIS Director J OAMPBL1ab flicector WSW UVZOK DlrectuK f dWiNIiIVIILE r in The Pocket Owingsyilie Ky nIwnwels 90 5015 c Pillwiieach io- Dreseribeaeh CbToothpicbt q rc n Brooms 25i2t 4o Arm LHammef J aICIt fKp SodaJfiChick f enfi1Iorl irt r Gtmy luceG t s t4 t e 4yp eiO It 1If t dlIr iir r 1 t J rOiirump 111P1o Cannel I C Telephone toSROSE RUN IRON Q IOLY KENTUCKY i Clubbing PoultrySuccess Hom- eCompalion235rqosmopoli anttChristy eale- rQwingsvilleKyP the- SATJTAICK pOSIT II J1crsV if POINTED PARAGRAPHS J1eiJiure before duty means will lose outl t Commissionersr Sale f 1 Bath QuEi1P Coqit v fN R Ji Jlm r 1 1 B H RiccAbfts re Undndby virtae otajudg A HIment theBath Quarterly Court xeni redm the above act ii at ittober term 1906 the iMd r lsigedwill sell at public otttery t at door of the Jourt t Muse in at alqut the hour of12ocloCk noon on- MONDAY JANUARY 28 1907 one gold ring set with a diamond of the size of 1 14 and 132 karv ats Said sale will be made on a credit of three months The pur chaser must execute bond with good security for the purchase i pncepayablettheuhdersigned bearing 6pet cent Interest from date of sale until paid C S RATLIFFI Commissioner Clubbing Offerr f Our yearly clubbing offer IDally Cincinnati Times Star 2 TIrnecStr and Ohio Farm r a50 limes Star and National Stock man 250 This offer Is for mail subscriptions on fl Iy R D J tNSONhN J 1 WYi l I t t iftf ll a t jrJ OWKMSSVIUI OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO PublMtM OWfOSVTLLB KHNTDCJCr Agricultural Exports The calendar year Is closing with every Indication that the remarkable t volume of exports will remain at tho flood A bulletin from the bureau oft statistics at Washington is testimony othtgethbulleHwdea1a with 1 the exports o domestic breadstuffs I meat and dairy products food animals M1P iMttonandmlneral oils fur November and tin the 11 months of tha present year ended with November The total r of these exportsTfor November was 1105311000 against 99341000 In 1905 I auditor the 11 months 788257000 j cgmpared with 703569000 lust year The December returns are not likely Ito show any relative decrease and the entire iyear is fairly certain to show a large advance over last Several t featuresbf the bulletin showing corn rnamd specjal Interest Though there was something of a falling off In this ir5fFcI zs ofoxpprpi for tho month our a poad of meat and dairy proorictsVfrti of food cattle wore 208 j 979000 In 1906 or more than 20000 000 In excess of these of the same 11 months e f 1905 LegislsQon by eon- J r gross ani the steps taken the ad ministration In accordance therewith iimingat safeguarding the purity of theoutput have Increased foreign con fidence The figures are of value as jrproving that while wo sell abroad less ii barley oats and corn we are disposing a In arge quantity of what may called the finished products from such taw material The Americans are i Ji feeding more of the 1nto live stock 4 I ii and selling more cattle and meat to t the old world This is really an 5L J economic advantage as finding a mar S Jtet for the higher valued product al itways la The bulletin accentuates the 5V predominance of this country as a b source of1 food supply while the com SI plete returns are pretty certain to v 1 1 prove that it has been a big year for 4 exports of manufactures also f fr Pclanda Pitiable Condition SI ThOR sitaatloa of Pofand today Is L pitiable Business in Warsaw has sr J klten oft 50 percent and more the q fashionable boulevards are partly do 4a VMrted the restaurants are but half 4 tlJed pj the leading hotel Is running I tat a IOaS The clty Iwarntiwith k vltropp but martial law brings only oppression not security Hardly a a S4w4ay passes but officials are killed or eBBded by the terrvrfats while sus y flted persoBS are arrested clubbed 4 a I f o ltoAthbr the authorities I SjiiiS are strong enough to ce 1 the goveramenttwhllethegov erameatSls strbag enough to crush a I anoa WbILwI1benduo onecat i S LflTeda35ayS G1I1Blakes ejwJ na f k areurl5 1 ItkeraUwaito IfWittifdle IBtorlMiL Wharton in tlttc ayir3iod ke wonder the ad rL4the neait hlcbeB ivae bhe a of our pestig gInd1 Jireata above all the delight I a town uaawaie aa1iag on I baei r I w YBUd qChreBlc led paths r f I l some IatIate aspec 4 i ittJIIH tI e some ette ttden a ceatury oraeEeb7 the ugl r a i a etJIWl iBkmeiataandthe j4aa Iron bulk a hu tat1on 4 bevflIogeatkatwrn missed aad tZ A liU WIoiIe f theJt Ir villagec baye been given 44sta 4au j l i4 w 9 t Mico wind up lt year with a re arkay satIeactGry iaanciai show f7 l JlRg She4rts exports of lOO- I = 1 S4ft ICrease ef sr113OOO0 2 Ut ec eMg and1mporta 1Ii 4 etueI5l MiIaPf over 42000 r ie utwhat Ia still better Is the ad fraaeealojIg ill the Ilnesot doxnstlc f IIs literally liv lj pease and platy wIthth rnOit t 1 4let l traeata under the h it 1riM ecl haad fPreeldeatDiu I VS t apeavals and factloi1al 4 i V 71I1suf1krea1tit Ia geeraI demoI Y abepaatforever tJJ the secret of WIse J JtIN ea t 1n oj 1 cLl rSKOpayIn ilIIof 1IR8 tl tothe kind ci 2 P4 eioa 3 sezit to tht- 5 4eaftry jot demand1j IL j t Wash J Jt tIMILJikeJJ RUS l TJOW 0 C1 H 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fHtt j nv 4t r 1J 1io2f I r I bt1It t r 1 aorf I t dai I t J r r iy fa d I JVr rj ph o l I I a r i 1 1 l TIlE DELUGEB DAVID GJWIAM PHILIJPS ulhor 01 7HEtQlZJk JSKS 1s16J wp Ct J V DANGER SIGNALS At that time I did not myself go ever the bills before the legislatures of those states in which I had Interests I trusted that work to my law yersand like every man who ever absolutely trusted an Important divi lion of his affairs to another I was severely punished One morning my eyo happened to light upon a minor paragraph in a newspaper a list of the small bills yesterday approved by the governor In the list was one defining the power of sundry commissions Those words seemed to me somehow to spell Joker But why did t call up my lawyers to ask them about ItY Its a mystery to me All I know is that busy as I was something inside me compelled me to drop everything else and hunt that Joker down I got Saxo then senior partner in Browne Saxe Einstein on the phone and said Just see and tell definingIpower the bill the governor signed yester dayCertainly Mr Blacklock came the answer My nerves are and al ways have been on the watchout for the looks and the tones and the gestures that are Just a shade oft the natural and I feel that I do Saxe no Injustice when I say his tone was not a shade but a full color off the nat- uraL So I was prepared for what he teloIphonewe seem unable to lay our hands on that bill at this momentIV7h7aflOt said I in the tone that makes an employe Jump as If a whiplash had cut him on the calves He had Jumped all right as his voice showed Its not in our file said he Its house bill No 427 and Its apparently not here The hen you say I exclaimed Whyt 2reatly cant explain he pleaded frightened whine confirmed ty suspicion- I uesa not said I making the words slgnlflcantandsumestlve And youre In my pay to look after such matters But youll have to ex plain It this turns out to be serious Apparently our file of bills Is com pleie except that onehl wentuon- ar nose lt was lost lathe mall anj stUP IYdldn tft lcet 7 z I Ijc iwa itIwork JReally Mr Blacklock this is mst extraordinary ho expostulated Extraordinary I call it crim meyoutfand for Langdon and for Roebuck and for Melville and for half a dozen others of the biggest finan ciers In the country Its the most Important work you do forus Yet arefulatlawyerutJbelieve you trusted that work to a boy If you did youre adamufoo- LIf708dldnt youre a damn scoun drel Theres BO more doubt In my mind than In yours which of those korns has you sticking on It You are letting your quick temper get away with you Mr Blacklock he deprecated Stop lylngl I shouted I knew you had been doing some skulduggery when first heard your voice on the prooflwould furnish It and to spare Just then the telephone bell rang tad I got the right department and asked the clerk to read house bill 427 It contained five short paragraphs The JoSer was In the third which gave the state canal commiSlllonthe right to Institute condemnation pro ceedmgs aad to condemn and to exccedmg30re connected canal system of the state When I hung up the receiver I was so absorbed that I had forgotten Saxe was altiBgHe made some slight sound 1 wheeled vbn him I needed ave tIf he hadnt been there I Buttlof Bay priyate office and would have IdckedtImout through the anteroom lBto the outer hall had he not gath ered himself together and run like a Jacttrabblt Since that day I have done my own calendar watching My lawrs had sold me out I fOOl that J was Miad not guarded the only IrinyarmoragalnatmyC to shed aseasslA thrusts Roebuck and Langdon between them owned the governor be owneftho canal corn mlcsloni my canal wWch gave me ac cess to tidewater for tJis product of my Maaasquale mines WAS as good whipbanwrold sell me put and take two thirds ef ray1 fortune whenever they llKed tor of what use were my mines filth I f Homea and Long Hours of Work workman in the world to be pitied than he of the little Danubian prin cipality la which agrarian conditions are so agute that a revolution parallel tp a no outlet now to any market except the outlets the coal crowd owned As soon as I had thought the situa tion out In all Its bearings I realized that there was no escape for me now that whatever chance to escape I might have had was closed by my uncovering to Saxe and kicking him nut I did not regret it was worth the money it would cost me Besides I thought I saw how I could later on turn It to good account A sensible man never makes fatal errors What ever ho does Is at least experience and can also bo used to advantage If Napoleon hadnt been half dead at Waterloo I dont doubt ho would have used Its disaster as a means to a great victory When walked into Mowbray Lang dons office I was like a exercising on a clear frosty morning and my smile was as fresh as the flower in my buttonhole I thrust out my hand at him I congratulate you said L Ho took tho proffered hand with a questioning look On what said he It Is hard to tell from his face what is going on in his head but I think I guessed right when I decided that Saxe hadnt yet warned him- I have Just found out from Saxe I pursued about the canal bill What canal billY ho asked That puzzled look was a mistake Langdon said I laughing at him When you dont know anything about OF THE MARRIAGE MATT a matter you blank You overdid it youve given yourself away He shrugged his shoulders As you please said he As you please was his favorite expression a stereo always as he pleased Next time you want to dig a mine under anybody I wen ondont hire Soxe Really I feel sorry for youto have such a clever scheme mOaned by such an ass it you dont mind Id like to know what youre talking about said he with his patient bored look As you and Roebuck own the gov Still I dont know what youre talk lag about drawled he You are al ways suspecting everybody of double dealing I gather that this is another Instance of your infirmity Really Blacklock the world Isnt wholly made up of I know that said L And X will even admit that Its scoundrels are seldom made up wholly of scoundrellsm Even Roebuck would rather do the decent thing if he can do it without his personal interests As for youI regard you as one of the decentest men I ever knew outside of business And even there I believe youd keep your word as long u the he bowing Iron- Ically This flattery makes me SU- Spect youve come to get something- On the contrary said L I want to give something I want to give you my coal mines 1 thought youd see that offer ruling with your best friends can be useful to you you to us A break would be silly Thats the way it looks to me Lot of w IntheFJelds abCno to4ay1smcje Roumanla t thoroughbred lookmerely mylittle scoundrels endangering 5ItherteUowkepthlsThank youhave Roumanian ImallerHate himthings TheRoumanIan laborer is a simple flarted kindly fellow He is rather ta1i e sallow complexion of the Frett 4ixjvtaith an unmistakable sad nes cOUllnance btfrn of long cen tones homes of those laborers 7ued In villages and these village01 tke those of the Da homey peop11 worlds fair mere hovels Mf for the most part conalstlngtje room with ir J tt T Iiv Aior rLs 1- tI itci I assented And I decided thtt my sharp talk to Roebuck had set thorn to estimating niy value to them Sam Ellojsly Langdon presently remarked tells mo hes campaigning hard for you at tho Travelers I hope youll make it Were rather a slow crowd a tow men like you might stir things up I am always moro than willing to give others credit for good sense and good motives It was not vanity but this disposition to credit others with sincerity and sense that led me to believe him both BE to the coal matter and as to the Travelers club Thanks Langdon I said and that he might look no further for my motive I added I want to get Into that club much as tho winner of a race want the medal that belongs to him Ive built myself up Into a rich man Into one of tho powers in finance and I fool Im entitled to recognition VI OF GENTLEMEN When got back to my office and was settling to the proofs of the Letters to Investors which I published In sixty newspapers throughout the country and which daily reached upward of five million people Sam El lersly came In His manner was certainly different from what It had ever been before a difference so subtle that I couldnt describe It more nearly than to say It made me feel as if he had not until then been treating mo as of the same class with himself I smiled to myself and made an entry In my mental ledger to the credit of Mowbray Langdon That club business is going nicely said Sam Langdon is enthusiastic and I find youve got good friends on tho committee- I knew that well enough Hadnt I been carrying them on my books at a good loss for two years If It wasnt torfor some features of this business of yours he went on Id say there wouldnt be the slightest trouble- BuckotsbopY said I with an easy laugh though this nagging was beginning to get on my nerves Exactly said he And you know you advertise yourself llkelikeN IKEEP OUT HE ADVISED our We Laborer e Like everYbody else only more successfully than most said L Everybody advertises each one adapUng his advertising to the needs of his enterprises as far aa he knows howThats true enough he confessed But there are enterprises and enter prises yon know You can tell cm Sam said I that I never put out a statement I ont believe to be true and that when any of my followers lose oa one of my Source ef Amount Re One of the mast generally accepted but mistaken Idens that is entertained by the people bf this country said S R Hnyett American traveling repre sentative of a foreign manufactory of gut 8trlngs18 tht strings used on manufactured from catgut If that were true the cats in this world would have been exterminated many years ago In supply- Ing the market wlta material for musical instrument strings The fact Is that heY are manufactured from the Intestines ot sheep and la obtaining enough raw material even from these animals the manufacturers at times find difficult The only string in de from the in testines of the feUne da that used for surgical purposes tor sewing up wounds One would be amazed to know that there are millions of musical in strument strings used ija North Ameri ca alone and Just think where the tabbies would be it they had to supply the thing is that there are over 700 different grades of musical Instrument a protruding roof to forin a portico miWhlch the laborer spends his few hours of case Inside these homes show varying degrees of culture Some oft them have their walls covered with Vhlte cloth much fluted and adorned wIth rows of lace in lieu of wallpaper 6till others however and these are In the majority are forced to content themselves with a coating of whitewash tinged with the glue that Is so opular In Roumanla The humblest simply have the wattllngs filled in with earth to p i b r tips Ive lost on IL too For I play my own tipsand thats moro than can bo said of my financier in this townAfter a while I dragged In the sub joeL One thing I am and will do to get myself In line for that club I said like a seal on promenado Im sick of tho crowd I travel withthe men and the women I feel its about time I settled down Ive got a for tuno and establishment that needs a woman to set it off I can make some woman happy You dont happen to know any nice girlsthe right sort I mean Not many said Sam Youd bet ter go back to the country whero you came from and get her there Shed bo eternally grateful and her head wouldnt bo full of mercenary non sense Ex uso me exclaimed I Itd turn her head Shed go clean crazy Shed plunge In up to her neckand not being used to these waters shod mako a show of herself and probably drown dragging me down with her if possibleSam laughed Keep out of marriage Matt he advised not so obtuse to my real point as he wanted mc- to believe I know the kind of youve got in mind Shed marry you for your money and shed never ap predate you Shed see In you only1 the lack of the things shes been taught to lay stress on For instance- I couldnt tell you any more than I could enable you to recognize a person youd never seen by describing himAint I a gentleman I Inquired He laughed as if the idea tickled him Ot course ha said course Aint I got as proper a country place as there is agoing Aint my apartment In the Wlllougbby a peach Dont I give as elegant dinners as you ever sat down to Dont I dress right up to the Piccadilly latest Dont I act all rightknow enough to keep my feet off the table and my knife oul- of my mouth All true enough I so rude then that I hadnt a sus picion what a flat contradiction of my pretensions and beliefs about myself the very words and phrases were Youre right In It Matt said am Butrwell you havent traveled our crowd and theyre shy of strangers especially asas energetic a sort of stranger as you are Youre too sudden Matttoo dazzlingtoo Too shi y and new said I begin ning to cati his drift Thatll be looked after vnv BLACKLOCK GOES INTO TRAIN ING This brings me to the ugliest story nenemies have concocted against me No one appreciates more thoroughly than I that to rise high a man must have his own efforts seconded by the flood of vituperation that his enemies send to overwhelm him and which washes him far higher than he could hope to lift himself So I do not hero refer to any attack on me In public prints I think of them only with amusement and gratitude The story that rankles Is the ono these foes of mineset creeping like a snake under tho fallen leaves everywhere anywhere unseen without a trail IV 1iIandI uyIDmpoLbJS daughter to marry me It is possible that itI b ad thought of such a devilish device 1 might have tried Itis not all fair In love But there was no need for my cudgeling my brains to carry that particular I tlflcatlpn on my way to hatl had fixed my will upon Bromwell Eller sly came to me of his own accord- I suppose the Ellerslys must have talked me over in the family circle However this may be my acquaintance with her father began with Sams asking me to lunch with him The governor has heard me talk ol you so uch said he that he Is anxious to meet you I offered to help him and I did help him Is there any one knowing any thing of the facts of Ufo who will censure me when f admit that Iwith deliberation simply tided him over did not mako for him and present to him a fortune What chance should I have had If I had been so absurdly generous to a man who deserved noth lug but punishment for his selfish and bigoted mode of life I took away his worst burdens but I left him- more than he could carry without my help And it was not until he had appealed in vain to an his social friends to relieve him of the necessity- of my aid not until he realized that I was his only hope of escaping a sharp comedown from luxury to very modest comfort In a flat somewherenot until then did his wife send me an invita tion to dinner And I had not so much as hinted that I wanted It To be Continued Material for Music Strings SuppJ1Great muslcallnlltrumentsa consumptionAnother strbgsThede mand for strings in North America Is increasing every year especially In he south and in Mexico There are more guitar strings sold In Mexico than any other kind but through the south the banjo string still holds Its own despite the fact that every year has marked slight but gradual falling off In the demand The harp Is becoming more popular and there is a good demand for strings for this In strument Kansas City Journal Woman Kills Big Grizzly Bear Trinidad ColQn the Duling ranch in Stonewall a large grizzly bear was shot and killed by Mrs Dullng wife of the county commissioner a few days ago Mrs Duling was alone on the ranch and was riding about look Ing after stock when she saw the bear eating a heifer it had killed Mrs Duling had a Winchester and prompt ly killed the grizzly She is known as a remarkably nervy woman and dun ing her many years residence In the Stonewall has killed several bears at one time saving her husband from hat seemed sure death when he was attacked by a female grizzly he had wounded Mrs Dullng killed the bear when it was within a few feet of her husband keep out the winter winds Here the laborer sleeps and spends the winter In other seasons at sunrise the men of the family and all the women except the ono whoso duty it is to at tend to the home take the ungainly Cape buffalo and make their way to the fields there to plow and sow and reap In most primitive fashion TO keep the plow down firmly In the fur framolwkmm lt fl i t JJ E1I f f i i RUSE OF THE I GIBEONITES I A STORY OF TIlE CONQUEST I OF CANAAN I By thJ Hljbway ndB wrIreKr I Cof jrlgbt bj tbo AuUior W 8 Ed on Scripture Authority Joshua chapter Gitet 1 + 4444 t I4 I I I t 8ERMONETTE And they asked not counsel at the mouth of fhe Lord These words explain why Israel failed to keep herself free from unholy alliances and It Is the explanation of eVery misstep of todayI to bamboozle the children of God be cause they look oh tha evidence which the world submits rather than looking to God who glveth wisdom to all men for the ask Ingl Israel the case seemed so plain suppose that It seemed positively silly to ask God about It Like the little boy who prayed fpr the protection of God only at night because dur carelthought Ctat in tho present situ atlon needed naught but their own Judgment In deciding their course of action theyttake care of themselves that the enemy turned thetrlck upon th NLife and tragedies because every dy else and everything else is con suited rather than the source of all light and all wisdom consultlBy subordination of the per tonal Inclination and the con scious recognition of a Wgher will and higher purpose tharKour own IBy diligent use of our God given powers while at the same time there IB an appreciation of the limitations of human wis dom and judgment By the exercise of patience Take time to decide a point Issue A misstep Is atIthrough haste which prevents clear reading of the signpost at the intersection of the ways By the spirit of prayer pet vadlng the IIfeftray without ceasing Is the Scriptural admo nition How Surely not stay ing on betided knee In the se cret chamber and audible rope tition of words and phrases Surely not by going about with closed eyes and mind absorbed In spiritual contemplations Su- reIly not by any outward cloak of sanctimoniousness No What then Prayer IB ommunion with God And that communion con slOts In the conscious and un oml d In e 1b for the time belngLjPjret- Gos spirit Is ope ive life This Is prayer wltKout ceasing 4 + + + I4t + + fpf4f4 THE STORY nn HERE seemed no way tforth1 theIupon Joshua and tile armies of Israel countrybetween presenttlmehosts of Israel had reached the land thefwlldernessbut since the miraculous crossing of rIhad filled the minds of the Inhabit ants had taken definite form In the givebattleThat very day a deputation from the kings of the Hittltes the Amor Ites the Canaanltes the Perlzzites lessIcauselIt Is plain the messengers said that these Hebrews seek war They arrogate unto themselves great 1m declareilIour They have destroyed Jericho and Al with the Inhabitants thereof and they would do so to us And because of this oh theIsouth and along the coast of the great sea are raising a great army to give battle to Israel and have sent us to urge that your fighting men Join them In this wurThis speech of the messengers was received with evident favor by the chief men of Gibeon who had been called together In council and they would at once have given assent to the plan had not old SecondThought as ho was called because of his Invariable habit of saying Dont be In haste Think It over Think it over ounseleddelay We will be better able to give answer In the morning after we have considered well the matter he urged and to this the rest had finally reluct antly agreed and later when they bad come together to talk the matter over old SecondThought said We all know the mighty things which the people of Israel have done right before our eyes Surely their God Is a mighty God that he could make a pathway through the Jordan and lead his people dryshod right In our very midst We have seen the smoke of Jericho and Al ascending Into heaven and we know that the strong armies of those cities could not stand before Joshua and his men Then why should we hope to be more successful an they And even though the armies of tho allies should be victorious our country would be devastated for It Is here that the bat tie would be waged Let us make Makes Great Gains Cheering news comes to hand of the progress in Japan Bishop Har ris who has charge of the American Methodist Missions in Korea and Japan says that during the recent war the churches made great gains in membership and that they are now unusually active In evangelistic effotts As regards audiences smlnlgI ters of churches baptisms and the circulation f tha Scriptures things have not boon so bright for a long t 1 1 i f1 k t i i Jt tilr fi f f r league with Israel and thus sa em lives and our city But quickly Interposed several voices have you not heardf that Is rael will make no league with any of the Inhabitants of the land saying that their God has forbidden IU True assented the old sage unperturbed by the seemingly Insur mountable difficulty but let us dls guise ourselves and come to thorn as from a far country We shall put old sacks upon our asses and old shoes and old garments upon us and we shall tako old and rent wine bot ties and dry and moldy bread and we will come to them and tell then that wo have heard In the far cow try the lame of their God and how mightily he has wrought and we have como to pay homage to him and to worship him Peradventure they will hear us and will make league with usThis plan at once met the approval of the chief men of Gibeon and the next morning when they had sent the messengers of the kings away they at once began preparations to carry out the plan And they went to Joshua unto the camp at Gllgal Their arrival created no little stir and quickly Joshuaand the chief men assembled and the strangers were admitted to their pres ence and to the statement that they had come from a far country Joshua made answer Our God has commanded us saying that we should not make league witt of the Inhabitants of the lanl UvNayfame of him and all that he I Egypt and all that he did two kings of the Amorltes tf beyond Jordan to Sihon I Hesbon and Og king ofj which was at our elders spako to us AShtarothy with you for f meet them and say uv are your servants rmake a league with if Nay Interrupted how do we know tl from a far country- Dramatically thf Ing the covers J baskets they sd Doid the Journey e- ehotouoft1came forth to i now It Is dry bottles of whit filled as we 8tar oJand behold now theyx behold our garments anu for they have become old anu by reason of the very long Journe ifSuch seemingly indisputable eyU dence quickly swept away all doubt from the minds of the men who stood with Joshua and they persuaded him that It would be well at once to make league with these people Joshua therefore mode peace njth them and made a league withvjlrem to let them live And the men gathered with him the princes of the congrega tion ratified the league During all this time thp people of I3f el were talking one With another concernimgr t coming lot these partauehabeea 2nttflek them they aelectedr some o n Jet fqllOr a thing which had occurred to Joshua ar to the prlBcei rKk Km to do trAs a result on tne third day whoa poitedthatthestrangers cetfulJri and nad sots come from afar country but word reaJly their neighbors living only a short distance from GllgaL And they were wroth with Joshua and the princes for mak ing the league aDd were for going at once against the Glbeonlfes for said they There Is rich spoil In their cities which should be ours But Joshua and the princes because of their oath which had Wen given would apt permit them so to do but made the Gibe nltes servants that they would work for them continually Military Pigeons In the British Indian army all caval ry regiments are supplied wIth carrier pigeons which are used for the trans mission of Information during alt their military maneuvers In camp Young cavalry officers go through a course of Instruction in the training purPosesatron of cavalry there must be one graduate who has studied for a fort night in a military pigeon establish meat and each corps must see thatI six men graduate yearly Theoretical care on tho instruction of pigeons on the method of preparing and fastening dispatches and 1ngblrds Is given to the cavalrymen Boy Caught on Meat Hook A strange accident recently hap pened In Cork Ireland The 11yearJ old son ot a butcher while In unIcles shop made a Jump from counter with the intention of swing lug on to a meat bar A largo meat hook swinging from the bar entered his head near the base of tho nose and penetrated several Inches Tho efforts made to release him by three men were unavailing and finally the hook was taken down and the poor lad laid on the floor anda doctor called On his arrival chloroform wasJ administered and then with of a hammer tho hook was thealdI The boy lives in a dangerous stats j His Status When Bishop Berry of tbeMethl dist Episcopal church was a yot preacher he once gave a lecture I rural community Wishing lobe w he announced to his audience tb was a berry and called upon uf state what kind of a berry fevery berry known In the vlclr guessed and the speaker if share the qualities of any named At last an old lady not sympathetic with thf levity of the lecturer any claimed In a squeaky VQ what kind of berry you a gooseberry and a ver that Go on with On1 the lecturer did qtt Work time and the go better hearing since Its Intro ago Another of Japanese c tho Record tf steady pror enceof fOI it is heY churchea oven bf out Korea I 1 I I t fJ f f r aIs- t 4 I IUEUTfNANT 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pJIrJJ r pJ l tr i d JTot JrrtJAt T ft 15ra orPd 4 1L if 1 1 5L ahE1a 4 1 n 41 jS At r J tt f rOr I Ir I t tt g I 4 t SK X x r rf it a I i ll r2 Io t 1 1 II i of i t 4 t s SI f oJ t and10 out In I t om jfl the a f Tennessee he AC Jail Examiner i Immediate steps to wand secure for him a Li government asylum where ltcin receive treatment It Is thought the aged soldier may yet fully recover his reason Store Employes Afcqultted Lexington Kjv Justlce Bon D Bell acquitted employes of the Kirby ten cent store here of the charge of ma llclqusly forcing Bessie Jenkins to dl vest lekeUcf her clothing that she thoughtIson t GarraY1E h eachJr gam biers Indicted jast April on a felony charge Upon pronilae of the sports ceoihrezultedKentucky Cbrpf rations Framkforti XyThe following Ken incorporatedTlit stondon Water Company 12000 Rec ord Oil Company of Lexington 5000 gComPanYtn156000 Night Rldera Denounced Frankfort KyThn Kentucky brnckor the American society of equity In session here adopted redo lutions condemning the outrages corn ageICalls the Militia Lexington Ky aptThomasOVoodyard issued orders for members of Company Ctp assemble at the armory be In readlness to go to Jack son If ordered by Adjt Gen Law fence4 Prwldent Installed Lexington KyA business mens banquet was given at the Phoenix hotel here at which covers were laid for 140 H Clay Hunt the new president of the Lexington chamber of com merce was Installed Honorably Discharged Ft Thomas Ky Corporal Frank Rounds Co I Fourth Infantry has been honorably discharged by reason at expiration of service 8urledlnSamBox Manfield KyJohn Caruthers antI wife dIed at the same hour from pneu moats Both were sick a week and were burled In the same coffin Refused the Mall Hopklnsvllle KyBecause the pa trans on rural free mall route No2 iiijialdr fbt W L George a negro car ertbe route has been discontinued V the postal department mltted Suicide filter Firing Barn ivlBgtoh Ky Chas H Blndel 42 tnier of the Oak Rldgo neighbor about ten miles from here com I kiuiclde fatter setting fire to his praeatle troubles are said ta 1I Itt the cause p cr all Tax Rate Kylt Is probable that 3 7 Vrate will remain the same City Auditor Lang baa adtho estimates for the the ways pnd means t meets soon to makeJ t tS anti the levy tl C6vln8t6n p a Jail Clerk Madera l formatoryw nt J found that a 45not Daniel irV V et The sue b rovfngtonKy 2 i icyPfamnger 4t t Vr Cow bi t3O East I InvoJo r untte4 i227ltS ta tv p tI Ii rb s lft I i a4 I t S t ia J 4hf I 4 1i J i 0if j 0 1 IJI 11 b ANITY AND ITS DUTIES Ves Rousseaus Essay on Proper Education ty the lot of a cbUd11J that tho human raceSyi u d pd If man had jnot boguh Wld rn weak wo havo need wo aro born stupid we woWf are grown Is given us J tan Is complete In him umcrlcal unit tho ab 10 Is related only to- Y fellow man Civil l fractional unit that n Its denominator consists In Its rcla whlch Is tho socialI S What would jr others who had T for himself dor of things all Si1r common voca whoever Is well not fulflll badly cted with It 1esUned for the 0 bar concerns SS of tho voca turo summons man life To to teach him feeds and- r begotten his task to society Z hs antI to o ry man who VJi it and does not theifV V Ho who cannot ful fa father has no right Shr i0r study for man Is that of tions While he knows himself trough his physical being ho vvj study himself through his vlth things and this Is tho of his childhood but when fool his moral nature he udy himself through his th men and this Is the oc of his entire life beginning 5poInt we have now reached SencoFrorn Joan Jacques s Emile Still Useful Though The editor of the Hugheaopolls Ga zoot sat with his accordion plaited brow In his shapely band His chief assistant looked sympathetically at him and said- Whats worrying you boss Muralks plumb off his nanny plain case of gibbering paresis C Too bad too bad oiclalmed the optimistic assistant but wo neednt drop him from the staff We can put him to wrltlns the answerstoquerles column Whereupon the great mans brow cleared noticeably and ho rang for an office boy to carry out his assistant suggestion Judge Patriotic East Indian It has Just been discovered that Qashavant G Pandit a very wealthy high caste Hindu and a protege of the gaekwar of Baroda Is working as a common laborer in an acid tao tory it Roscoe N D Tandlt though said to be worth miillbjis works 1iV5tfltt tjit1 ft C Tnus trial conditions In India are In a de plorable state he sand it Is his Intention to take part ja the task iot revplutionlzlng them in his native i Teaching tha Catechism An enterprising superintendent of ioaeof the Sunday schools of St AI bane Vt was engaged one Sunday In catechising the scholars varying the usual form by beginning at the end of the catechism After asking what were the prerequisites of tho holy communion and confirmation and receiving satisfac tory he asked Andnow boys tell mo what must precede baptism A lively urchin shouted cut fA baby sir- ExGovernor pf Vermont Dead The death of crGov George W Hendee Is another break In Vermonts somewhat unusually long list of liv ing ex governors Hendee was never elevatEiltromthe chief magistracy by the death of GoY Peter T Washington In 1870 There are now surviving 14 ex governors of Vermont tho oldest being Frederick Holbrook of Brattleboro 186163 aged 93 and the youngest Edward C Smith of SL Albans 1898 lS00aged52 Now the Scallop Cocktail ottbTabasco sauce and catsup as with the oyster and clam cocktails give spice to the scallop cocktail which also gains savor from pickles Indian relish and limo Juice Unlike the others the scallop cocktail Is baked In cups and served hot Garnished with a piece of celery the scallop cocktail Is a provocative to appetite and so worthy of the classification although It is eaten with a fork and Is bv no means a pick me up- MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Jm 1L CATTLE Extra e5 50 0 676 CALVESExtra 0876- HOaS Choic 650 6 G2J4 SHEEP Extra 4 76 LAMBS Extra 790 fl 8 00 FLOURSpring pat 4 45 G 4 70 WHEAT No 2 red 75 75 4 CORNNo 2 mixed 4 44 OATSNo 2 mixed 38 RYENo2 choice 69 71 HAY Ch timothy 01960 BUTTER Dairy 19 APPLES Choice 2 25 j 2 50 POTATOESPer brl 1 50 j 1 76- rOBACCO New 5lU25 25 CHICAGO WHEATNO 2 toi 7i3 72 CORNNo2 mixed 44 3374PORKPrimeLARD Steam 922 HEW YORK FLOUR AVin pateut 3 iS n 41 WHEAT No 2 red 79 CORNNo2 mixed 60X 393iPORKPrlmolJARDSteam 9 C- OBAiTiuonr WHEAT No 2 red EJ 77 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 UlOATSNo 2 mixed 30ftfi 40 LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red fi 76 CORN No 2 mixed 6- 0OATSNo2 mixed 0PORK Prime mess 1C 60 LARD Stoam 0 9 60 XMDIAXATOLTS CATTLEPrltne S S 3- 5IOGSCholce5 0 V 6 4- 0EEPExtra4J4 GI iI L 1 3 jIoI i i t 4 t 4 1r fi1 UTTERLY WORN OUT Vitality Sapped by Years of Suffering with Kidney Trouble aptJWiHogun former postmaster of Indlanola now living at AusUn Tex writes I was afflicted for years with pains across tho loins and in the hips and shoulders I bad headache also and neural gin My right eye from pain was of little uso to mo for years The constant flow of urine kept my system depleted causing nervous chills and night sweats After trying seven different climates and using all kinds of medicine I halt tho good for tune to hear of Doans Kidney Pills This remedy has cured me I am as well today as I was twenty years ago and my eyesight Is perfect Sold by all dealers C0 cents a box FosterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y American Idealism Since my first arrival In America I have held that the real spirit Is Ideal istic and that the average Individual American Is controlled by Idealistic impulses Those who may contradict mo can not have sounded the depths of the philosophy of Ralph Waldo Emerson or studied the life and read the speeches of Abraham Lincoln and considered their farreaching effect on the American people In Lincolns great character nothing can be more striking than the way In which ho combined reality and the loftiest Ideal with a thoroughly practical capacity to achieve that Ideal by practical methods This faculty seemed to give him farsighted almost superhuman vision which enabled him to pierce the clouds obscuring the sight of tho keenest statesmen and thinkers of his ageBaron Speck von Sternburg In Forum Always to Be Depended Upon When a person gets up in the morn ing with a dull headache and a tired stretchy feeling its an almost certain Indication that tho liver or bowels or both are decidedly out of order At such times Nature the wisest and best of doctors takes this means to give warning that sho needs the help and gentle assistance which can best be obtained from that old tam ily remedy Brandreths Pills which has been in uso for over a century They aro the same fine laxative tonic pill your grandparents used when doctors were few sad far between and when people had to havo a remedy that could absolutely bede pended upon- l3randretha Pills can bo depended upon and aro sold in evory drug and medicine store plain or sugarcoated Has Seen Much of Lira John Avery Mcllhenny rec jOy lomlnated a civil service commts honor though only 36 y are old has put two girdles round about the earth lias killed big game In Africa and has fought In a real though small war Besides being a former rough rider de is one of the richest men in Loutsl ana Hlspeppc farm cm Avery island Is famous and so Is the huge factory in which ho makes pep per Sauce Two years ago the McIL Tftuhys elrteriatnGU tfhr prcsvtea older daughter now Mrs Longworth In their New Orleans home at carat valtime and last year the president Umselt was their guest SCALY ERUPTION ON BODY Doctor and Remedies Krultlets 8uf i l10 Year Completely Cured by Cutlcura When I was about nine years old small sores appeared on each of my lower limbs I scratched themwlth a brass pin and shortly afterwards both of those limbs became JIO soro that I could scarcely walk hen I had been suffering for about a month the sores began to heal but small scaly eruptions appeared where the Bores had been From that tlmo on ward I was troubled by such severe itching that until I became accus tomed to It I would scratch tho sores until the blood began to flow This would stop the itching fora few days but scaly places we aid appear again and tho itching woild accom pany them After I suffered about ten years I mado a renewed effort to effect a euro The eruptions by this time had appeared on every part of my body except my face and hands The best doctors In my native coun ty advised mo to use arsenic in small doses and a salvethenuscd to bathe the sores in a mixture which gave almost intolerable pain In ad dition I used other remedies such as Iodine sulphur zinc salve a Salve Qlntment and in tact I was continually giving some remedy a fair trial never using less than one or two boxes or bottles All this was fruitless Finally my hair began to fall out and I was rapidly becoming bald I used B but it did no good A few months after having used almost everything else I thought I would try Cutlcura Ointment having previously used CuUcura Soap and being pleased with It After using three boxes I was completely cured and my hair was restored after fourteen years of std feting and an expenditure of at least 50 or 60 In vainly endeavoring to find a cure I shan be glad to write to any one who maybe interested in my cure B Hiram Haltingly Ver million S Dak Aug 18 1906 SAVES HER VISITING CARDS On Womnns Pet Economy Certainly a Queer One Women are proverbially niggardly on one or two points every woman that ever existed had some pet econo my no matter how extravagant she may be in some respects Theres the woman who spends hundreds of dollars on Imported gowns but hates to give up one penny for a paper of pins Tho papersaving person who drops into department stores and hotels to borrow stationery rather than spend any money upon the commodity always is with us we all know the stamp stealer and the match borrow er but the visitingcard economizer is a new brand ot woman who exists only in the most exclusive society So niggardly it she on the point of her visiting cards that she demands them back from her Intimate friends from her mere acquaintances she steals them at an opportune moment when the servants back is turned or when the mistress has left the room jShe puts them slyly back Into her caid cane By a clever series of ma nipulations It is said she can make 100 of them eo as farvas 500 went be 101 t 5J lJ l llwV1t 1 I t i VUNAMeconomy lOc por package Uneasy lies the head that wears a frown syrupFDAmmatton aluja ptneureiwlndc bottle parQIsGarfield Tea purifies the blood nnd erad conatlpationluaranteeti The sea level canal from Marseilles to the Rhono river Is to be completed In seven years at a oost of 13730 1000 t Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury M mercurTwll turelr deittojr the lene o melt II when eeIulenuring tt through Such Pte4crhptonafrumrcputsbtewin doll ten fold to the good you ceo punlblr de tDIIofclore4bcnry cud U taken Interaallr acting directly upon InbuyIngToledoOhlotJPJ 1TakeFrench Presidents Double1 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 Is a respectable merchant playshiswears exactly the same kind of blue butterfly necktie with white dots as the president the same kind of hat and exactly so oddly cut a beard And on his promenades he Is always ac companied by a trend who could ease lIy be taken for tho presidents pri vate secretary Dignified and with measured steps the Invlablo double walks through the Faubourg Saint Honoro and feels overjoyed at being saluted on all sides a THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFICRAIL ROAD AND WESTERN CANADA Will Open Up Immense Area of Free Homestead Lands Tho railway facilities of Western Canada have been taxed tq the uttermost in recent years to transfer the surplus grain crop to the eastern markets and the seaboard The large influx of settlers and tho addlUonal area put under crop have added largely to tho grain product and notwith standing the Increased railway facil ities that havo been placed at the dis posal of the public the question of transportation has proved to be a serious one It will therefore be good news to everyone Interested In Western Can ada to know that an authoritative statement has been out C tJfandTrunkthe crop of 1907 from Albqr4 Sas katchewan and Manitoba to tide water aqd thus assist in removing a Serious obstacle which has faced the settlers during recent years Mr Hays who has just completed a trip from Portage la Prairie to Edmonton in 4 prai rio schooner a distance of V35 miles whcn was covered in eighteen days inthulasIC about the com- 4his will o gratifying to frs In JaysIJ fi x cutuu rnoGrand Trunk Pacific roiL Do n a position to take part In thfrjans fcrtatlph of Jtne crop of 1907 and that will be saUsf try to the settIersl that country wHen the harvest Is gar nered The wheat crop of 1906 In Western Canada was ont90000ooo bushels and with the Increased acreage which is confidently expected to be put un del crop next year It Is safely calcu hated that fully 12500p000 bushels will be harvested In 1907 Tho necessity for Increased transportation facilities are therefore apparent and the statement made by Mr Hays will bring en couragement to the farmers of the CanadIan West now and 01d The opening up of additional thousands of freo homesteads is thus assured by the agent of the Canadian Government whoso addresa appears elsewhere MEN STILL LIVE IN CAVES Troglodytlc Villages Are Found In Northern Africa Grottoes and caverns are used more or less as shelters by primitive peoples and thus Inhabited caves are of course most frequent In Africa A con siderable number of natives make their homes In caves along tho south eta shore of the Strait Qf Gibraltar and in some of those caves are found the polished stones and arrow heads of the stone ago Troglodyte villages are frequent In the Tebessa terrltpry of Algeria one of which at DJeurf 250 feet above the gorge of the Wadi Hallall Is reached by steps cut in the rockThe Inhabitants of the Tunisian Island of Gallic are cave dwellers their habitations being grottoes which they have dug out of the limestone or ancient burial caverns that they have enlarged The subterranean villages of Matmata and of Medecftle hewn out of the rock are In southern Tunisia A Christian monastery built underground in the twelfth century still ex ists at Jbl Abyssinia The enormous cavern discovered several years ago within two hours walk of the ort of Tanga in German East Africa con tains rooms the roofs of which are from 120 to 250 feet above the floor Only a few of these vast chambers have yet been for the entire cavern seems to be Inhabited by millions of bats One of these killed with a stick measured nearly five feet across Its extended wings COSTLY PRESSURE Heart and Nerves Fall on Coffee A resident of a great western state puts the case stimulants with a comprehensive brevity that is admirable Ho says- I am 56 years old and have had con siderable experience with stimulants They are nil alikefa mortgage on reserved energy at ruinous Interest As the whip stimulates but does not strengthen the horse so do stimulants act upon tho human system Feeling this way I gave coffee and all tber stimulants aid began the use of Postum Food coffep some months ago The beneficial results have been apparent from the first The rheumatism that I used to suffer from has I sleep sounder my nerves are steadI tve and my brain Clearer And I bear 1lcstumsomethlng 1corree it Name g venby Postum CoI Creek Mlqh Theres a reason Rtad The Road to Wellvillo the Quaint little book in ekes I l i i j1 I 4v Li1 iffi I THE DISCOVERER Of Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound the Great Womans Remedy for Womans Ills LYDIA E PIlxIKHAM No other medicine for Womans Ills In the world has received such wIde- spread and unqualified endorsement- No other medicine has such a record of cures of fomalo illnesses or such hosts of grateful friends as has Lydia E PinkhRms Vegetable Compound For more than 30 years it has been curing all forms of Female Compltuats Inflammation and Ulceration and consequent Spinal Weakness T It has cured more cases of Backache and Local Weaknesses than aajr other one remedy It dissolves and expels tumors in an early stage of development Irregularities and periodical pains Weakness of the Stomach Indigestion Bloating Nervous Prostration Headache General Debility quickly yield to It also deranged organs causing pain dragging sensalions and backache Under all circumstances it acts In harmony with the female system- It removes that wearing feeling extreme lassitude dont care and wanttobeleftalone feeling excitability irritability nervousness diz ziness faIntness flatulency melancholy or the blues These are indications of Female Weakness or some derangement of the organs which this medicine cures as well as Chronic Kidney Complaints and Backache of either sex Those women who refuse to accept anything else are rewarded a hundred thousand times for they get what they wanta cure Sold by Druggists everywhere Refuse all substitutes A mans good Judgment usually shows up the day after TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT site LAXATIVE UU01l0 Quinine Tableta DruR rliu rotund moner If It ZeUs to cure K W UUOVKB alf nature II on each box 5c Most people find fault with their neighbors in order to get even with neighbors who find fault with them To recover quickly from bilious attacks nickheadache indigestion or colds take Garfield Tealthe mild laxative Guaran teed Food Law Alcohol From Sweet Potatoes Sweet potatoes are principally used In the Azores to mako alcohol the yield being ten to 11 per cent The present price Is about 13 cents Unit iiedHEADS SHAPED TO ORDERS Gilman Doctor Explains Causes of Various Formations ts recent convention of German nfturallsts and doctbrr Dr Watcher C Srili m tn P pane Ptt forth i sensational theory to ex pUn the lonnatlon of the shape of the head ot Infants He maintaIned that bo head of a child could b4ti molded artificially He t und byex perience that when a medium shaped head Is placed In a soft cushion the child turns on Hs ba krrest on the back of Its head In order to tree mouth nose and face In this manner the head rests smoothly and a short head is developed But If the medium shaped head ota child Is placed on a hard underrest like a hair mattress or rolled carpet the childs head turns aside as it cannot stand any more on its head than an egg for the muscle of the back is weakened Therefore with continued resting on the side a long bead la developed To prove his assertions the lecturer pre sented a child whose mother and sister are shortheaded The child at Its birth had a short head now after 18 months it Is long skulled It the child had been placed on Its back according to other experiences Its head would have been shortshaped Dr Walcher did not deny that the shape of the head was inherited but asserted that It could be greatly Influenced by the way the child rested I a S I Nasal CATARRH la all 1U etce- aElys Cream Balm cotheeindbe5the itcatazrhanddrheaaway nolcklr Cream Balm II paced Into the nottrils ipicada over the membrane and la abioibed Belief 111m mediate and a cure foCows Itla not drylnc doe not produce Baeezlag Larp SIze cents at Drug Klatl or bymaXl Trial Size 10 ccnta- ELT BBOTnEBS u Warren Street New York SUPERFLUOUS HAIR HICKS CAPUDINE I BOUDIiTELY CV- USHeadached I Indigestion IrfalbctfoHc AldntfatotK SALESMEN WANTED thegroceryIIIrtcu1aribyusing theIGD taUouat Uoloa Building TOlKDo oiiioi iCILIFORlIl1 Irritated Parma Btrv Oorl tldtctUllal Only 5 Ir111f0r 8aulr SICK HEADACHE ICARTEISFFTLE IVER PILLS Positively eRred By these Little Plus They also relieve Dla tress from Pyspepslx In digestionand Too hearty EaUng A perfect rem edytorDlzztnets Kansea Drowsiness Bad Taste In the Month Coated Tongue Pan latheSide t TheirICARTERS IDE 1FacSimilBSigtature REFUSE SUISTITUTES IA N KE 19373 2161 r pJ 4 r i q71 f6 1rtt hEW WHEAT LAOS II TIlE CANAIIAI WEST tr s r of nBw8r tMa S t ICiitee to tie Canada ad Ot n ernmtnt of tbs VoII- on tO ghq ONE BU2fDRDA SIXTY ACRES FREE to ereir setuerS T THE OOUNTRYHlsi tc NO SUPERIOR k Coal wood and water In abundance bsrehs4zik1 and schools cottTeplenl merketeaiyof axxxsq r tau low climate beet In tile noithern te n 4perate lonelaw and erder preTailseverywlieT lot advice and Information address the 1i SUPERINTENDENT OF MMIGIUTZOiI i hlid Ottawa Canada or any anthorixed Cinadlaa Government IIt b S H II WILLIAMS Law Bfidig TI0V Oli it I r t Jj of life In gIrls at about 13 or i women at about 45 requires j the help of a pure strengthening itonic medicine to carry them J over the critical period1 sad eI f Sure their continued strength and f rrthealth i r WIlE OF CARDUI iWOMANS RELIEf forever 50 years has been a aet successful medicine for relieving i pain strengthening the womanly organs regulating the Inac tim vegetable aoala toxicatiag nartnlcM and At all Druggists oai WRITE far Frees Advise stating and describing roar synptos t LadUs Dept Medleine Co Chattanooga Tenn I READERS rits columns should insist upon ha what thtr ask tor refusing all vi tutts or I PROTECT YOtJSIIEMI TO APPLY ATKNT Send tot FBEIS BOOKLET end team war I 4eudletroltPATENT NO FEE FM OUR 1 YlUINIAFAIISadiIME TREE CATALOGUE fSpUWUBaivMMrt RBCHAFFW CO fae K4MONVAtj f454 9 HOlltC 11 iWESTERN 5JP Special Trains Leave Chicago March 19tJv i X vlFOR f1 rf Manitoba Saskatchewan and Alberta Homesteads i Canadian Government representatives jwilip accompany this train through to destination ijip V For certificate entitling cheap rates litcra f ture and particulars apply to H M WILLIAMS Law Building Toledo OhfJ s REPEATING SHOTGUNS are strong shooters strongly maO so inexpensive that you t Syntfd to use one in any kind Qf VttherXV They are made 10 12 and IA A FAVORITE OF AMERICAN OMSMEN Sold Everywhtr PAINT 5OMl addaiI tII 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biUreelon than am ether die 0ns lOc Mckaoa colon ill flben the aer garaeef iuioutripplaa WiU Writ lor Irea booUetHow to Dje Bleach and H Colon M0 1t i k V 4 1 rLL- J r i t b 4 i i O1iil1LLE OUTLOOK 6WINGSYILLE KY f Tiite OUTLOOKS subscription t tates are as follows a Ona year One Dollar 1U ix months Sixty Cents S Three months Thirtyfive Cents Iilt Z No commissions allowed any body on ubscriptioIi 1I g a f iCt t Of address should give previous ddress when writing- Correspondents should always L get their items to us not later than Monday if possible when F out of stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper- News matter of general inter est is welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in serted Advertisers wishing a change or discontinuance of ad should Inform us the week previous to publication day 1 Address all communications to JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville dIYIt THURSDAY JAN 17 1S07 a Jusras things seemed shaped hfor the acquittal of the Hargis leaders the Court of Appeals pro hibited the trial of the case by I Judge Carnes Now that is no fittin way to act from the Har 1 gis standpoint I TILLMAN and Foraker agree that the President was woefully wrong in dismissing the negro k soldiers implicated in shooting up Brownsville and both seem more concerned about the political cap j ital to be made by it than any I qucstionof justice Congressiont the breach between John Wesley I Gaines and Mahon of Pennsyl 4 vania onthe floor of the House f and there was nothing further Idoing between the belligerents S most notable achieVe nent of stwo nn Congressional r l I THE iriorv socialism is incorpor ated in the statutes the more un p necessary offices are created the more taxes will be imposed Now f that the tax rate can t be raised anyl3gheiiroperty must berais ed jflV tion to funds f peoplelikSVV sort of thing they like i BurleyTobacco quity met at Win Tues k dy January 15 to finally deter f Vmi e bri the course the organization shall tthacountymeeting8Satur dayiFayette cbuntyjeported over Sper cent ofits acreafce pledgfiI Bourbon 55 Clark 80 Owen B5 Scott 6t and no doubt mps tcee LAM11 Y n1Ofl1 OurMstkcou tyIri11dd1nt uiiii n ctmt ercome theirs ef QieVdcEamizat5on but ll I I Ustth Trusfcjto cohae to Ittr other yer In cuiringpledgcaS b VSt M CORRESPONDENCE t fJi Ii Mopref3Ferrv Hard rains have fallen here the f pUt week and lacking river- is over the bottomlands J DaVid Myers of Salt Lick has tfi inoved to farm here which he ibought of Mrl Horseman and i WJ hn Goee moved from Myers- j 9 b ttseto John Rices house at the cf1V kTfl Baty of Oklahoma re 0fj1 ned to place Sundayafi a years stay t seem S that he lik eg place best 4 pc A No many front here vent to jn Court day on account r f bad tbdsI fisi jc Leni Reeves of Illinois viSited J t r1 velbtre the PStweck 1 r t t y Grange City Jamos RaWHugs solda brddog MpB con of Paris for 40 e Mrs Alfred tynam returned io Wednesday after an ex I k ienvisitto her daughter Mrs I Wm Gbs THuntington West c VlgIn1 Robert Phillips is recovering OOi a light attackof diphtheria StSSf s L Havensbecn confined 4to lila room butbIc to beou t 1n N l M1IBEtta KissickT ertaine a nim 5f he tJrieridS Friday evenui 4 I 4 t j T R Ratliff was inWlAnati 1 L week l f1 Mrs Wm Garner of Xcsz t dliJI irj1ly slate YaHey i J t i Slate is a raging iorrent and rt M been ever since Saturday a 4 f 4 t i Thre have been but few sun p Slny day in the past month 5 Y i RobertW Toy visited relatives e i ei Flat Creek several dsthr ffolksl 14 t i we c t 4t Garner Shis tobacco S 1 V Geoigc A Peed attezi cent s 4 ij u 4ightSt I J 7 ck 1i1talSQKu Eliza War dSAS J 4 i very pwriy Hrs ifartin l k Jaooutthefeame1 14 j i ft IIare worth 22 nt5aooz If 7rP fo f 11I1 Snedegar Fraak WL Warren 1xNght a t6Il F 9ndraV7 J e jy tY 1s bt iit t ir f t tjj1J ii ft r Ac 14 j 1fto t r t l r i Lir r t II V2V v f s Atif1vXs i f tj f diIiWi IAGand Mrs Thosi Ratliff ofIndiin ghisseveral days returned home the 4th instIBorn to the wife of Charles Steele a daughter mother and iptheMiss Brooksie Henry daughter of W B Henry and wife of this place was married last Wednes day in Owingsville at the Owings House by Elder B H Ross to MrI Espy Hart son of James Hart couplehavefuture happiness Billy says he is the happiest man alive Miss Sallie Estill of Grange is here visiting her old school chum Miss Bertha G Bit tingcr for a week or so M F Wilson had a sale Wed nesday and moved to Lexington Ky to make his future home This makes all of Robert By rons family in the same town except his soninlaw J F Ross who is located some place in In dianaRain well we surely have it and Stepstone has been higher this freshet than for years past still no damage much done some fencing and fodder washedoutis about all that we have heardof Rained very hard Friday and most of the time since The following additions to to bacco sales reported since last is sue Shelton Thompson 4500 Ibs at10c to Mr Vice T J Thompson 2500 lbs at llic to same E L Payne 10000 Ibs at 11 and 5c to same Dallas Dono hew 8000 Us at 8c to same H D Blevins 10000 Ibsnt 9J and 3c to Kirkpatrick W A Conner 4700 lbs at 9 and 3c to same Geo Conner 3000 lbs at 10c to same The false work that was to be used in putting in the iron bridge across between Leon and E K Junction was washed out Saturday afternoon and since then no through business has been run between Lexington and Ashland it going around the river divisionMrs Susan Jones left last week for Spencer to visit her mother and other relatives for a week or so Clell AlHof vonj of Thomson is here visit mr W A and George Conner 1c1 few days Mrs John Alexander Srt who hadbeen yisiiting her parents Mrv Moore and family near Whites Station Madison for the last two weeks I turned 1QomeTbursday Estill and cousin spent last week with her brotherinlaw E L Payne arid family her Mrs Walter Shrbc r4 cliiUl Sgi fiifcitf8Ht h i ff iinner VVaster t i it on or Mr ves near Winchester for L tPoiUierPr1cktyAsh Sherrhah Hamilton aiVSisteI Miss Edna of Montgomery coun ty visited relatives here last week VfriL Hedrick and wife of near Salt Lwc were guests of the lat ters moxier Mrs Martha Man ley Sunday James Chandler and wife of near Preston ttended the fun eralofMrs f mesCartmill the formers sister Friday and spent several days with relatives George Sousley and wife of Sunset Fleming county visited Almanza Stone arid wife Sunday night Oscar Chandler iof Bald Eagle came Sunday to spend a few days with his father Riley Chandler babydaMonday Mrs Fannie Coyle and children of lower PricklyAsh visited her brother Coburn and Willie Hamilton several days last week Mrs Tom Allen of Mt Ster ling visited her brother 01 Gil Ion and wife first of the week We have had almost continual rain since Friday night about dark and it was stJll raining Mon day moritui th nder storm and rain Saturday creeks were past fording about five hours After a lingering illness pfsev era weeks Mrs James Cartmill died at her home on Thu af thatcouldrand friends was done but to no avail She had lived a Christian life for several years and died meetnghel ShleaVesChildren and several brothers am mourn their loss The funeral services were conducted at Harpers schoolhouse on Fri Sanlfordi in the Cartmill burying ground havther in their sad bereavement Odessa romLexmgtonfew days A JB Jones and tenant John Riddle sold their crap of acco Peed Monday at 10 cents apotmIBorn to Jomes Stewart stftd bouncingbQytheirfirst yo ow notice Jims hat with a part o 11JiQiY it Vf I Ii 0 z tco Olympia Samuel McGlothin who had been working at Mucklow West Virginia is visiting his father Charles McGlothin Perry Staton and Algin Clark were in Mt Sterling Saturday Jack Blevins who lives on Un cle Dan Blevins place will move to his own plaoe on upper Salt Lick soon Our Sundayschool here is pro gressing nicely Mrs Joe Williams andchildren of Crooks were guests of her father and mother Coleman Jack son and wife Saturday Mrs Sophia Jackson of Salt Lickvisited her husband John Jacksonand his parents William Jackson and wife here Saturday and Sunday Mrs Maggie Darling little son and daughter who had been herewith her mother Mrs Lou Turner for two weeks went to More head Saturday to visit friends till Saturday Then she will go to AshlandMiss Anna Turner went one day last week to Covington and will make that place her home Good luck to you Miss Anna Remember Elder Carpenter of Stepstone will preach here next Saturday and Sunday Mrs B F Roberts ofBig San dy is visiting her mother Mrs Lucy Hart Mrs Ida Penix and little daugh ters Ella and Pearl were in Ow ingsville Saturday Jeff Swarts and brother Sam who had been at work in West Virginia came home Saturday to visit their mother Mrs Lizzie SwartsMiss Melissa Carpenter of Step stone who was a pleasant visitor here for two weeks has returned homeMiss Bertie Gault of Louisa is visiting her sister Mrs James K JacksonV Penix has been very ill fora week and is not much better Jess Smith and wife of Sour Spring visited W W Penix and wife Sunday Well well rain every day It seems it cant stop Miss Bertha Swarts who has been sick for two weeks is better John Jackson of Indiana is visiting his uncle J K Jackson Miss Lizzie Goodpaster who has been living near Olympian Springs for some time hascome- to her home here to stay Crooks Hendrix shipped a carload t cattle and hogs to Cih- cinnaU Inesday CLn Jhnl1 8 t soranaaVdaug r j ofo s V Johnson bought Sam Rat tqbacco250011ou1 nsons ropo270QIX at 7ia Joe Williams was in Louisville last week on business Wcs Oakley returned Saturday from a twoweeks visit to his sister Mrs Alfred Ingram in In diana John R Wilson of Winchester bought a onethird interest in Johnson Hamptons store here Dr Logan of Enterprise pur chased of Will Nixon last week twenty barrels pf corn at 275 at barrel incribj 0fB F Parker fifteen barrels delivered at 3 of Bob Myers ten barrels at 32 5 delivered of Mrs Amanda Botts fifteen barrels at 275 in crib We are having plenty of rain and it is almost impossible to tra vel the roads Sundaylbeen having his eyes treated Mrs Joe Williams and children visited her parents at Olympia last week WestEnd We stated last week that Leo nard McNab was dead it was hi brother Luther McNab JE and W M Piersall of Clark county visited their mother here last- Mrs A Darrell is ni betterIWm Daniel is improving slowly Willie Pendlefon is very low Harry Coyle is some better James Walton visited his fam ily from Saturday until Monday Jim is in the lumber and stone business in Morgan county ondatIMrs WO Lee will reumn to her home in Sioux City Iowa Tuesday She was called here account of the serious illness of her father Wm Daniel Streams here were on a ram page Saturday and did a great deal of damage to fencing fod i der etc Tucker Power and Ben Reid were here last week hundred tLickWlnn a girl is pretty she does not h e to learn houseke ping to tet moaned 1QtJiA K Jit t llLti Wit nunr IC mail Saturday on- acccrt of highrAJ T Ham of Sdt Licic attended church harebunday- i7 k Jackson and family of S Jsk visited relatives here f SundlYIW H Ham bought one of his father J W Hams farms and moved his family here from More head last week iJEmma Coal and mother 11 Elizabeth Flannery visited rej lives at Olive Hill last week Charles Adams after a shortI sta here left Saturday accom panied by his brother Harry Adams and two brothersinlaw r s and Newton Williams for i tome at Lilly 0 1 he quarterly meeting was held h Saturday night and Sunday Ti Presiding Elder Bro Acman pruiched some very interesting sernonsIMiss Edna Armstrong came home from Mt Sterling last- V k accompanied by Miss Lillie f T Elizabeth Alley is very ptf y BILL NYEON SKATES Some thing like twenty years ago there was a roller skating craze such as is prevalent now and the late Bill Nye one of the most famous iTorists of the country tried tin Then he wrote the follow ii The roller skate is a way ward little quadruped It is as- A csome and more nnocent Vcing than a lamb but for in ing with ones at ttI e in the community it is PC aps the best machine that kii ever appeared in Salt OH LakeS t s first feelings on ing p on a pair of roller skates ih rn uncomfortable tendency to come from together One foot m start out toward Idaho wIde the other aspromptly starts ov t for Arizona The legs do not sxiind by each other a3 legs related bv blood should do but each shov a disposition to set up bus iness alone and leave you totake care of yourself as best you an The awkwardness ofthis arrange mont must be apparent While they are setting up independently there is nothing for you to do b t to sit down and await future developments And you have to sitr down too without Tdflany previous preparations- 4or t without having devoK ed as much thought to it as OU mi ht have done had you been consulted in the matter There are different knife of falls in vogue at the ri il There are the rear falls and the front f lsthe Cardinal WoK t- Ltl4l1one aclOss jT e Otheiree i lOantl so 011 The rare 1 he ls1 v d t Aall h the f t nt5Tc l is ii e ty utilised thank rn othir lllrq atetwo pOtutns in katinIt the perpel dicular adthglidrinontal Advanced skatera prefer the rdlcular while oth ers ct tire horizontal VSkatera are no respecters 9f- personsIheywili a or the mayor of the city as readily as theywill the shortcoated onesuspender bi giddy girl Jrhe equipment for thennk are a pair of skates a cushion andia bottle of liniment WILSONS INEXORABLE LOGIC Piesident Woodrow Wilson of Princeton University made some timely observations in a recent at the dinner ofthe South ern YprkItstrange thing he said to propose rev enue laws as a fmeans of check ing and penalizing wealth at the same time retaining laws which lead to its natural accumulation Again A government with a discriminating tariff cannot in all conscience punish a man for get ting rich The Presidents advocacy of an income and inheritance taxes as a means of trimming swollen fortunes utterly falls before this inexorable logic Nearly every swollen fortune in the country is privilegesconferred or ta itly assented to when extended by its corporate creation While the the Feder al and State Governments pave- D with more orless energy attempted to destroy privileges granted tofavomj concerns in the form of rebatefs it has taken Qs teps to interfere with privileges rc suiting from rdiscriminating tar iff an evil as vicious in principle and as merciless in rapacity as corporations As mon trOus as the proposi tion is to pervert the taxing er by penalize wealth- k is more monstrous than the long established policy of the Re publican of using it promote busmesr Taxation has but one just function That is to pro vide revenues for public purposes And of income and in heritance Wes cannot be justi fled upon any ground save that of raising revenue and equalizing the burdens of government Houston Pos- tALYslFarmerSo youve had sortie experience have you YoutfiYes sir eFarmerell what side of a cow do you sii on to milk YouthT1u4outsideLondor Tit Bite You can tell two people who arc in love not by the way hey look at each lother by the way theyjdpjit Jook atanbQtU else r H itV 1 f tfJ 7 7 q h J t r I J irl1Jfltt IIdf = c VSI s 7 lsU7 r IS TIJCf I I 4JIStoryofManhczjjd Marathon JI t ei1 2L t r 4 L By BURTON E STEVENSONj J 4 Author of The tt VSV 5VCopyright 1904 by Htnry Holt and C 2 y yV5e VVV f sV ofJ Al SUDDEX CHAPTEU IIwrenched the door from God treY grasp and slammed It with n lung that echoed uirougu the Anything IJnlhllrgIflapped the Sliiunonds grizzled veteran otI the cntral olllce now temporarily In charge of the devious business cf the Tenderloin shook his head despond ently Not n thing Only ho added his eyes gleaming suddenly with apprecia tion you wore right about that Do lamio abductlou case It was all a faked up story on the mothers part She confessed this evening- I thought she would If you kept at her said Godfrey sitting down with u quick nod ot satisfaction Shn hasnt nerve enough to carry through thing like that shes too pink aid white How does It happen yoara alone Johnstons gone down to Philadel phia to bring back lUggs the forger Flemings got the grip Bad night There was a certain similarity In tbo faces of tho two men especially In the expression of the eyes and mouth Age however had given to Slmmonds features a traceof stolidity which was wanting In those of his companion no had been connected with tho central of flee for many years was dean of the force In fact and though be had de veloped no special genius In his deal ings with crime he possessed n matter courageblrhla the end ills chief had como to trust him greatly probably because tho bril liant theorists of the force mode so many unfortunate mistakes Godfrey was n brilliant theorist and something more He was not so pa tient OR Slmmonds but then be was much younger He bad wore Imagina tion and perhaps his greatest weak ness was that he preferred picturesque Eolutlonjt to commonplace ones Dur lag bi tUrco years connection with tho fore he nd won four or five notable ICtoksG notable indeed that they attractcX tjp attention of the Record management The end of It was that Godfrey resigned his badge and en tered t netijrd office as criminal export cIra hK gradually to the posItion- of sfeir rcvorcr Since then the Record hnot wnlted ciT tho pjllce Indeed It l i been rather the other way around Ybullongslnceoffensive defensive The one sup plemented tno other the eagle gave eyes to the mole the mole gave the patientlyhiIn touch with police uffclrs Godfrey enabled Slmmonds to make a startling arrest now and then Godfrey got the story Slmmonds cotthoSlolfand bot v r satisfied It may lie added tha T U Tit In the fatsf flUgnocHivr it nnsidernbLyuuderthoththuezeeuC ly lend Industry Besides the blind must have guidance VVThey listened until the gust of wind diM away down tho Street th n God frey arose and btgauto button up his coat J Nevertheless ho saWTve to bo moving on 1 cant stdrlo1finjf here I wouldnt have stopped at oil Out for the chance of teeIng you Oh doat go protested Slmmpuds i wriirf mighty glad to see you como lu I vns footing a little lonesome Walt till this 8 iiu1rs over anyway and have a smole Godfrey tC k tha proffered cigar and relapsed lnf claIr Tm only human be said ns he struck n niateh and besides there s a fascination about you Slmmonds Theres always n chance of getting a good story out of you You know more about the criminal history of Now Yrk than any other man living I think Aillello whats tblsT The Otpr hew back with a crash nnd a wan rushed Inn heavy set man with red cheek who stopped gasp lug clutching his throat Godfrey had a flask to his lips In an instantCome brace up he commanded sternly slapping the stranger on the bock Take a swallow of this Thats IfIt seems to me I know him re marked Slmmonds looking at the flush ed countenance with contemplative- eye O course you do gasped the stran ger Im Hlgglusth Marathon And be Jerked bh head toward the door Oh yes 8ald SImmonds Youre the Janitor of the Marathon apartment house just across the street Well whats happened at the Marathon demanded Godfrey Out with itr Its muHcr cried HiggIns lioarse ly I seed hlm alayln on his back He stoppe and covered his eyes with bis hands Simmonds had quietly open ed n drawer and slipped a revolver Into his pocket Then ho took down the receiver from his desk phone That you sergeant he coiled Tills Is S uimonds Send three men- Der to the Marathon right awayIHJ put back the receiver with a jerk Godfrey twirled th6 janitor sharply around In rio direction of the door Go ahead ho commanded and pushed rather than led him out Into tho stormfThey mado a dash for It through the rain which was still pouring In torrents Halfway across the street they descried a cal standing at tho farther curb and veered to the right to avoid It Here we are said Higgins running up a short flight of steps Into a lighted vestibule Its In soot fourteen second floor They sprang up the stairs without thinking of the elevator one flight two Higgins began to choke again A single door stood open throwing a broad glare of light across the hall wayIts there said HiggIns and stopped to gasp for breath The others ran on For an Instant they stood upon the threshold gazing Into tho room at a huddled form on the floor with a red stain growing and growing upon its breastat a woman taring white faced from tin farther conicr a woman tall with black hair and black eyes Tlisa Ggdfrpj stepped tgwatd her vi4t with a quick exciam- Incredulity horror i Why Its Miss cV f cIrJPV rs- llg IMMOXDS knee bes up agalc1 NoVSlance he said t The words J from the ecstaH sessed her and her hands si Gocltryeaugljward 1erhaps y Miss Crordo- my VS- nome If at Mrs DeVJack Drys You know J Yes stf eiifcibs Aae tcrtuptec small peat iDoor In tho i Is this yonVShe nodded fal lie snapped It i chambers One haVlie sniffed at the bai out to Godfrey The c juiipowdcr was plainly du Godfreys face hardenedas to the janitor who harebreiith nut stood staring 00 V31dVMylootIdhentbearIder j K Walt said Slmmonds rome my men Ill be back rife Godfrey nodded curtly nnn until Slmmonds closed the door ofteS himNow Miss Croydon ho BAld tell me quickly how It happened I cant help you unless I know the whole itory and J want to help you There Isnt much to tell she be ann striving to speak steadily I Afoic Mint CroyJon tell me qiZek- l1ito5t happened camp hero toto keep an appoint mcntShe stopped her voice dylujr away unable to go on With blsmanr asked Godfrey Who Is h01 I dont know And sno rifled glance at the huddled formL never saw him before Then It wasnt he you came hero to meet uNothat IsIt may have been And again she stopped Miss Croydon said Godfrey gently yet clearly I cant help you unless youre quite frank with me and I fear you are going to stand In need of help yout1UthlsmnnfN nor Then who did There was no answer only a dry convulsive sobbing As Godfrey paused to look at her the door opened and Slmmonds came In He closed It and snapped the lock Theres a policeman outside and one at each landing he announced Well look things over here and then search the building First lots look at the bodyIt was lying partly on Its back partly ou tho right sIde with both Jega doubled under It The face was a bearded lnerough coarse and a little bloated not a prepossessing face under nay circumstances and Actually repul sive now with its gaping mouth and widely staring eyes It was tanned and seamed by exposure to wind end rain and there was a deep scar across the left temple Between fifty and sixty yeara of age remarked Godfrey Pouf Smell the whisky Then looking Info the staring cyps he uttered a qudden exclamation See there Slmmonds how the right pupils dilated Do you know what that means Slmmonds shook his head No I cant say I do It means said Godfrey that somebody hit this fellow a hard blow on the left side of the head and produced a hemorrhage of tho brain They stripped back the shirt from the breast A little blood was still welling from a wound just over jtho heart Thats what did the business ob served Slmmonds and at close range too See there and ho pointed to the red marks aboiit the wound He wasnt shot from the corner thats sure Lets see what hes got In his pocketsThe examination was soon made There were only a pipe a knife a pack age of cheap tobacco a handful of looso coins and an old pocketbook con taming a little roll of newspaper clip pings and a receipt for a months rent for suit fourteen made out to H ThompsonThompson Slmmonds and n lot of clippings SCan you read French Godfrey ijA UeM wsw red Qodfrejanoaest fF711 r4SIt JIt t zstr SS t t6 j F r f SV r Vi SVVVS 4 VtSV s a 0 ton i and he woodwork Slmmbrida returned to the ln Did you know tskedMNo sir Id newer before 25 St the answered IIteadJI7I Will you describe Mmr She closed her eyes seemingly In an elrort lit fCC llectl He was a short heavy set amshe said at lost VIUi a brktaco and dark mustache which turned up at the mber4ndIn dark clothes HOwore a slonch hat rthindrawdovnovetthe eyes I didnt sec the fic clearly The aiiswer came without hesitation but It 3enuidjo Gpdfrpythjttbew jsrai Ii tIteS2ZaccJent of ofIAs soon oslbe1 tructthe b1oV4 think herhe threw1 It down t remem ber hearing Ittalb yeshero It Is said Gotrcy frI umpnantlyV and fished lt pnt from an tern chair Svhlcbs ood near the YaW But see Slmmonds Its not a bard It a pipe Slmmonds minOOItlt w sun pnllnary piece of Iron plplntf about lengthricr be tttralght ho said In an undertone to Godfrey What do fou think about Itf I think iesvcrtectlr Innocent of any crime answered Godfrey with conviction He had his doubts as to the absolnte stoal itnesj of her story but hd concluded to keep them to himself Well theres nothing inore to be learned out here remarked Slm monds of ter another glance around Suppose we taken look at the other room and ho led the way toward the inner door H was an ordinary Bedroom of mod erate size and with a single closet In which n few soiled clothes were bang Ing The bed bad been lain upon nnd evidently bya person fully dressed for there were marks of muddy shoes upon the counterpane fresh marks as of one who had come In during the evenings storm An empty whisky bottle lay ona little table near the bed I guess Thompsoa was a bower observed Slmmonds Yes agreed Godfrey his face showed that pretty plainly Well the man were after ahxt In here well have to search the house Cant we let MIss Croydon go home She wont run away Ill an swer for that Besides theres nothing against her- SImmonds pondered n minute Yes I suppose so he said at last Ol course shell have to appear at the Inquest bo you know her address Yes 2i East Sixtyninth street I notqbookAll right he said Youd betake her down to her cab Ill ee her down to her ca are you going to doT hITm going to quiz tho ja then search the house other fellow basnt bad a char away yet I wonder whatV out thereTO ho added as thc together to the other room They could bear a cl some sort In tha ball th voices the shuffling of I ThocommotlonawelIS closed It quickly beY beard his voice tulatlon and he I himself as he tup I He gazed at hr Ingly ponderli her scretatj b crown t tie velvet hof j JiracefuIfll her at tJi and hel trnlnlnl fencec the vi Cert niL c i ffr 5V 1j g 1 VS r I r i J fr sf 1trI UcrtG bubt elaImedtottSconcerned oar tamuIy 1 1 ivs Do maths fawf oil ca Scard of film befor ung abot him tee against the advlceo f Tben your sister ka ronilugi ObyesandtrlM Goldberg1 nodded at That Uall atpes1 coarse I eball hayey t witness at She fiowed with One thing ly Did he have tl them to you T No she bad BO pape t beiitbVoacr YofVcab MrJ little sxnY j Sheriover fa had jr37 j i F p 2 t 7 0 1 f 2Yifif 1f it 5zc j r