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LooKOUTFORMtDDOCSA suspicious looking dog appeared t on the last Thursday and he was shot for a mad dog An- Otherdog was killed by mistake t the same time 4S i17 R F D CARRIER George Dawson the best Civil i N Service examination and was ap ip pointed carrier on tho neW Cv t c ingsvillo R F D Ne1route be t i ginning Feb1 p it BOARD OF EQUALIZATION t 1 IiThe Board of Tax Equalizers met Tuesday to hear 9f 4 whose assessment had been rais z2 They will continue in p t n the balance ofth t7 occq T Orme i t5OUOlbs s r Henson12I 4 fin Montgom I r i2 Vice here I ar Orme has I v jfnsold and ti t notl I t TONEtder B f IJ1 c Thursday af Jt u marriage Al c and TI5 Nellie 4 J i udi Th Jby4Alvknndtss i i o 0 com 1mc 1 r i t f 7 tkt fl r a ft GIt WUv i f it eJfI1 a a ta t r z l i Cf1 r ft 9 fI f tta J l I t 1 a da I fa i H f J 1 4I a f t l a IIJJ u t 4r a f 41 t ic 4 a j It at 1 l ifa 0 if 2 r 0 JJ 1ft I a tf a I 0Jr l f t flI Zae 0 II rp l tI o t 1 t J a 1 a ft ta a a a 1a iaa Pa a it 0 I a II 4 1I H 1 y a e a r qi f va to a rtJ1 a V 1 01 t 0 C t v i ffra a J t fV J Id I f 7I a i t e e j I r z fe r a tl f7 t h I it ja as tIt ltI r 3 I I J r ty J I1 f 1Jt 1 J4 f 1 t f tj 30W fi rho 7 ltk j irt Or ih 1 f r a f V J f JtA tr Ti f Cftii t rs4 IIrt t Ji ljo M f J IP tl tC tI 4 f j 11 ltla i t l a 1 41 nt 04 7 fRLaja r f t 0 1 19 J 4t toJf J l o bi Ifn twi r t it ttq j I t rlJiJ 1 1 1 lJ1r 1 ol f k Q k 1 fk i 1r1ft t II q 1 J b1f Jr Ot11 r i fiI 4 l f1e e II r 4J AiriJ1A 1 a t t r1fIa tr r ta- a t rff arn I4 I t0 I JiJpt 1 t42paaV1 t t Le 1 1r r 1 ti A75tJ Lj jtt a fa d r 1 tI ti j t IJttr 1 t1 a q hJI tf P t1 Jj t t lltI1V tTh 1 jftl1 n1 II tt tfF4 itv i t o f V t j f0 w I 7caafa a ii a vI PERSONAL Thrashley Markland was in Lexington Saturday and Sunday Will Lightfoot Jr of More had was here some days last weekRoe Hart of Washington Branch is better of an attackof J dysentery Miss Lillian Daugherty left Monday to visit Mrs Tr Ford- ht ChicagoClark Sr returned week from a visit to relatives Texas 1m Tipton Young and Lemuel Tip of Mt Sterling were in town Tuesday omingImedical treatment Judge John A Ramsey goes to jShelbyville this week to meet with the committee to adopt plans for building the Old Ma sons Home buildIIhome Saturday night and return ofIBupper Slate meas les and pneumonia the past week It was only five r jnths old ofICrawfolsvi11e and other points- in ana is greatly pleased vith that country JERKED FROM His HORSE Wm Tipton of Wyoming was jerked from his horse by a led mule near town Monday evening and hurt so thata physician was called He went on home how ever INSURANCE Insure your property in Continental Fire Inspr ance Co of N Y First to pay and first to finish naying at imre and San Frajicisco All clainipaid in full Assseta 17 000000 f SS P i9 Ag- tlNMaionOFinR L V aicjao- ittho tOwing ti th t s totrt1P time qJCcrclses vod talt- l cri t1i lSt in mem- J lr3e Jast SS Jthere vasa dance Rev nhest rJde- tddressb the f Gen Lee same was veryri l those pres- tccasion very v NTERThe liveha5t t Ji and d011e t any vfvdiias sweet peas I c of doors and J budding out In It ly peach trees J y And greens are Sa winter tur V bir tops like it r t SI reek was uncom r 1I1NColey Stone i Everman were t0 rock Wednesday r k at the home of f hte Oak Elder Bt mg the ceremo f econd marriage w room who has afia I veilliked vf ghter Of t V v V V ue f + VVv v j JGH p 4l a 5S t v I 4 r a FrH 4 SSa 5aa I 7 li viV I sa I t j e f4I45aS 5S i rt jJ JtIr fIIIi th tional Bank of Kentucky was added to the Clark Nationaland Peoples State Banks of the same city as treasurer One of the most interesting things lone was the adoption of JudgeIJUkIIC Ji VflhV4t II VUtli V la buyers fee of 3 on each 1000 pounds to form an expense ac count and another to allow a bonus subject tothe supervision of the board to each person or corporation financing whom the county anyoneI deem worthy of 3 per pounds of tobacco provided it did not exceed 3 for each 50 ad vanced The manner of elections as formerly practiced is retained and the connection with the So ciety of Equity remains just as it formerly was The board also appointed a committee to investigate the condition of the funds of the burley growers now in the hands of the Kentucky and Ohio Burley Tobacco Growers Com pany and see if any of it can be returned to the persons subscrib ing same LETER FROM WISE COUNTY TEXAS January 11 1907OuT LOOK Supposinga few lines from this part of the world might not of the especiIallyraised on the headwaters of the East Fork of Flat Creek lived in old Bath until I was 38 years of age then emigrated to Southwestern Missouri stayed there five years and then went to Tex as stopped seven years in John son county then came to Wise tIDecember last in my 77th year I am in the enjoyment of good health live in a goodcountry which is reasonably productive and 1 am surrounded by as good- people as live in any country l The great majority are good consistent Christians have preach ing and Sabbathschools every Sunday that is suitable for people- to get out and attend Crops were good the past sea son and arc about all gathered now 11040t ople arc done gath erinrttoh v hieh sold at about ten Arifl which Is a tV ce 10o OI1tl vn- o c Lt L fC01 1L the P kot rare foi another crop has egim wit me of tho farmers and in a few daviJ will become general We had in November a light snow which just covered the ground It fell its the night and melted the next day We have had three or four frQsts and two or three times during the winter we have sean a little ice in vessels containing a little water It is warm and pleasant now and spring like Yours truly ALPIIEUS HAWKINS BECOMES AN AUTHOR Clar ence L Madden formerly of Mt Sterling but now residing in Cleveland 0 is the author of a recent book entitled Robert beingAnteenth Century Master Lyrist It is a scholarly production and gives him quite a fame as aliter ary critic It is dedicated To The Little Mother a just tri bute to her devotion Mr Mad den has recently been promoted to the head of the rare book and publishing department of hisI firm and as the promotion carries with it an annual trip to Europe he leaves first of February for a threemonths stay Mr Madden Spencerformerly GOLD IN ESTILLCOUNTYThe citizens of Estill county are excited over the recent discovery ofI gold in several parts ofthat coun ty The richest find yet made seems jto be that made by James Towns end near the little town of Cob hill which is situated on the Ken tucky river and the Louisville and Atlantic railroad half way between Irvine and Beattyville Th discovery made by Townsend hat created so much excitement that people all over the- o JI1ty are leaving their homes- d rushing to the scOne ob Hill before gold was found- tess than fifty inhabitants 5reare ten times as many re and every train is orc A stock compa wnsend as president med and i V J kd at once This r Ma have unlimit Townsend ibers of the r r the East I Irsoor the r V4er fed from the i office at t a large I from the 3 report is f Sijioni ffr5h 131 Ti- SW SSt J tl w5 r l i2Y ago there appeared in Cob Hill late one afternoon an old Indian tramp He came so suddenly seemed as if he must have dropped from the clouds He acted so queer and his appearanceS was so loathsome that niedshelter or food by all My father on his way home from his office came late one afternoon upon the old Indian who asked for food and shelter over night Seeing that the old man would have to spend the night in the street if his request was refused my father brought the old Indian home with him and let him re main The tramp remained for a week Each morning he vould go into the woods where heI would remain the entire comfng home late at night On being asked why he was making so many trips to the forest the oldman replied that he was look ing for his mothers grave One night after supper the Indian announced that he was going to leave but would return soon He drew from his pocket a bundle of papers which be handed my father saying as he didso that they were very valu able andto take care of them for Iastil now nothing has ever been feWjdaysdeath mother and I searched high papersbutforgotten all about the old Indian and papers until a few weeks ago carpenters repairing the old home in tearing out a wall came across a curious bundle of papers which hey handed to me I examinedI I found that the the same handed my father by the old Indian tramp I found in the papers a map of the country around Cob Hill and attached t this map was a key After hard j study of the map I finally read enough to lead to the discoxt ery of the mine that I believe s mademearichmanS Mr Towsend isa well todiIfarmer about fiftyfive years I age He has Cob Hitf all his life and is one of the b jiEstillminers from all over the count r t1ry at Cr IliljLexingtsLea JFOR TIlE OPEN GHAAPIONSHIE An amusing story 6Famatei sport comes from RockyilleMdi where each year a series of races for all corners The sun was blazing down ozI a field of hot excited horses men all waiting for a tll ra boned beast to yield to the impor tunities of the starter and get in to PThewas n6arly exhausted Bring up that horse he shouted Bring him up Youll get into trouble pretty soon if you dont refractorybeastback I cant help it This heres been a cabhorse and he wont1 start till the door shuts anI aint got no dobrrHarp ers Weekly HE WINS THE PALM Many stories have been told of mean men such as he who used a wart for a collar button and he whose birthday gift to his son consisted in washing the windows so that the lad might watch the cars go by This man however seems to palmThere mean man in New Hampshire who was the proprietor of a hotel By his direction rules were posted in the hostelry forbidding almost every conceivable privilege to those not guests of the house There was absolutely no chance for the cas ual loafer to get newspapers pens ink stationery etc There were not even free seats in the offite One day he chanced to observe a chronic loafer gazing at the oldI clock hanging on the wall The Rastedovertheis for the guests of the hotel Success Magazine ADVERTISING Advertising is probably this field is the empiricist in his glory and interesting beyond expression are his efforts at times The whole problem is one of psy chologyto attract attention to arouse curiosity to beget a need and finally to make a sale It bears the same relation to busi ness as coal to an engine it is the fuel of commerce and gives it both steam and driving power Returns from its employment are not easily ascertainable but it is generally conceded that economy in advertising is poor economy and large stores in the recession of business realize this when they decrease their advertising appropriations Those who live by means advertising will live as long as they advertise those whojcease will die Nothing il this like patent medi gje advertising Sales are nu while printers ink is re nted to but signally falloff it is not invokedWall treet Summary c lI4S t fi un FINISHED His STORY One of the most humorous stories that I ever heard centered around our California poet Joaquin Mil leI says an exchange I heard this tale when I was a boy and somehow it has always im pressed me with its humor The writer at this time had just won recognition as the poet of the Sierras He had been con tributing verses and short stories and had just begun a tale about the soldiers on frontier who suffered with scurvy The editor wanted the scurvy story for the morning publication but Joaquin Miller could not concentrate leapetltosocial function occurring that evening for at this time he was a social lion However he had proceeded in his story up to the point of the conditional cure for the disease where all the soldiers suffering with scurvy had been buried with only their heads exposed to view CopyTheHe could not finish the tale leav plightSuddenlyhim He grabbed his pencil and wrote rapidly the following And a she wolf came along and ateoff all their heads Then he made a beeline for the door and was not seen again until the next day His story was not publishedjA SKATING ONE Yvette Gui bert the famous French actress is art excellent skater In the Bo5 de Boulogne in Paris there is an ice rink where Mme Guil prinipalTalking about skating in New VrU5one day Mme Guilbert id It is only through perseverance that one learns to skate Well I am sure no one ever suf fered more than I in learning to jIone day in my girlhood the second orthird time had ever bctn in the ice I was returning home j a crowded om nibus and a dId man gob up andoffered me His scat I shook my head and the old- n laivrhed a gojbd deal I adSI rentVTq7fl I en ska mg an m ut a o I tJvnoJilhs iyJ OUT OF MICH1Fi1 1matto Washington imbued with the journJlalistiC paper men ng 1Hadof his secretay the indefatigable penmen probably have driven him from the country Even to the day of his death hec was never able to get along with he American but just before his death he consented to be the guest of honor of the Gridiron Club Iam very glad to see you gentlemen all here he said in his slow drawling speech and the diner s chsared I am glad to see you all here he repeated pausing to nib and readjust his eyeglasses because for the time being I know you are out of mischief elsewhere BETTERING THE INSTUCTION It doesnt pay to be discourteous even in the woods Old Ira B who carried the United States mail on his buckboard about a dozen miles through the woods twice a week was an illhumored tactiturn old fellow One day a passenger rode with him who was somewhat talkative and plied Ira with questions At last the old man said Im tired of your talk I wish youd mind your own business and let me mind mineAfter driving an hour or two in silence Ira discovered his mail pouch was missing He stopped the horses looked all about the buckboard and finally said to his passenger I wonder what has become of that mailbag Have you seen it Yes Where is it Asked Ira It fell off the wagon about an hour ago You see he bettered the instruction Since then they say Ira has been more companionable Outing Magazine Sparks of genius have nothing in common with love making Our idea of a heroine is a wife who could talk back but she doesntLove keeps the family jars emptyHeated arguments are apt to come home to roost There is something wrong with the woman who cant blush An aggressive man soon acquires a reputation as a knocker If a womans No means HYes what does her I dont know mean It doesnt pay to hurry Take your timebut dont take otho peoples Chicago News a t 2 NOT CAUGHT UP YETA man who was traveling through the Ozark Mountains on horseback stopped before a typical Arkan sas farmhouse to inquire the way Whats the news asked the mountaineer as he leaned his lank frame against the fence thoughtfully On finding that what had be come a part of history was news whyheeven monthly periodical that he might keep in touch with the largeWall the old man itgohethat highindicating a height of about three feotand I aint done readin of em yet IN TilE WRONG PLACEBo er Washington recently told the story of a devout colored sister who found herself in the gallery of a certain fashionable church She was agreeably affected by the service and touched by the sermon to such an extent that she began wringing her hands calling Amen Glory Glory and whatever of the kind came to herOne of the ushers leaning over asked What is the matter with you You must keep still or go outilIs gittin ligion ligion Glory Hallelu ah she exclaimedpKeep anybetterplace to get religion SHE WAS ExcusDOne eVe- ning as the mother of a little niece of Phillips Brooks was tucking her snugly into bed the maid stepped in and said there was a caller waiting in theparlor The mother the child to say her prayers and she would be back in a few minutes The caller remained only a short time an 1 when the mother went upstairs again she asked the little girl if she had done as she was told Yes mamma I did and i dlnot she said What do you mean by iat dear Well mamma I was avvally sleepy so I just asked God1 he wouldnt excuse me tpnighl wd Ht ai Oh oant mention t3 EUimatter darlingJ asV 11 cn SboyTiummy daddy was r a picture and he dropped it atd it on his toe But that is nothing to about said the shoul7have llboyLANDSLIDE A tract of fifteen acres on a hillside near Olive Hill Ky split off to a depth of sixty feet and slipped on its rock foundation down the hill for a hundred feet last week carrying with it two residences and the county road The rock base was inclined and the excessive wet weather cause the earth to move HER KIs1ETA fashion able woman had a bit of statuary bearing the inscription Kismet A housemaid dusting the room asked her mistress Shure maam whats the manin of the ritin on the bottom of this Oh you mean Kismet It means fate replied the mis tressBridget was limping painfully when out with her sweetheart not long afterward and he ask ed Whats the matter Bridget Faith was the answer I have the most terrible corns on my kismet COMMERCIALIZING CUPID Is it true Tom that you are going to marry Mariah Yes sah its true They say she is a remarkably good laundress Its almost a pity she has to give up her work Give up her wuk Why whut I done married herI ferIFOR SALE Flat Creek farm of 56 acres lying 2 miles southeast of Bethel Bath county on turnpike Has on it stone house tenant house well watered well fenced In good shape Part of land in bluegrass The land is a portion of the Albert Young farm See Nathan Sorrell on the premises or iL TIPTON Yo iNG Mt Sterling Ky 284t Store Room For Rent- Main and Court Streets Owings yule Kyy opposite west side of byTHEand good opening for most any kind of business OWINGSVILLErBANKINQ Go i i li 1 X j EUGENE MINIH4NMAJ1- APTURER OF THE BEST i WgoJharnessThe Best Goods at i Very IJ W Prite i i 35S5SJBuy the VULCAN PLOW for it is the lightest strongest andY chilled plow madeaEUGENE MINIHAN FURNITUWAND rWe Edward L Barnes of Qwingsville and Win iij lately of Bethel have associated ourselves to engage Ianti undertaking business in Owingsville and ie J cit a share of the peoples trade Prices of aUcoml See us before buying elsewhere Embalming doneLSof the art All calls met promptly day or niglitS BARNES PETERS ACKETSTDRET r Eveiythrng for I Everyb jSFoiv gash Only j Calico 5c icPins40il9cHeavy 4cBedticking f3eDress25cExtraJcSaxonyIloss Skadies Underskirts 48d Sateen ydS 75c I CASK JMH J MAXElIt 1FOR jScreened Lump and- Cannel Plf COALROSE IRON 1 Clubbing Offer The Cincinnati Daily Post and your choice of following weeklies one year Ohio Farmer 210 Indiana Farmer 230 N Tribune and Farmer 230 Breeders Gazette 275 Louis vijle CourierJournal 230 Cincinnati Enquirer 230 Cincinnati Gazette 225 monthlies Agri PoultrySuccess Magazine Womans Home CosmopolitanMagazine 225 semimonthly Farm and- Fireside The Daily Post year and Christy Hoe Safety Razor 225The Daily Post Spare Moments Humam Life Farm News all one year 225 The Daily1 Post and 14kdret 235RCKvings ville 0 105 Clubbing Offer Our yearly clubbing offerI Daily Cincinnati Star TimesStar andI Ohio Farther5oStar and National man This offer ntail subscriptions on ly 0 JOHNStp News Agt ji OWiNGSVlLLE kkJ r in The yjtJf Owi ngsviltKy SaLinen towels pr 90 51 J 1 Pillow cases each Dresser Scarfs Iilbo BroomsaAHneSdfjg V Chicketi owders bor Nf 1 Mlntl Wok hfrtj ffGetm tJcl I tctt tt I i SflothcanduS 1a BestExtr cts lu Rais1nSnb 1 F0R EGGS R e Jy iI ViRGINKA J f RUN r OLYMP1A KENTUCKY the Y 2 2 ofie and for a Ky i P box 2 I Stock 2 is for R i l i t Ss ea r1 I F n i lir i f FOR RlNl My191acre farm 3 iiiuof Sherburne on the East Fkturnpike for money rent or fog sale if I can get a buyer for corn and tobacco 8 tfciesiiir oatsSOitlmeadOwbala1cein es 2 tobacco barns good 6r6h ards1 D H HENDRIX 55VoLfONitjaRTEThe breeder wh6 to nnproveoe icomfortn ltheiring that This f fertility goy err not onl tnim1 but also the vethbe kingdoa may WQ not safely con lude that human volition has little t dwjth thejV birth rate arid also hold that ttir birth rate of a nation is inver proportional t6 the well beingJ Every man who gets ihto arf giiment seems to think brass band hired not to stop i ct OWNGSV1LLE OUTOJOK iOUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers KENTUCKY r Society and Education In order to express the significance of the recent Social Education Con gress which was held In Boston the i broadest possible definitions of so I necessaryfI been left largely to teachers and ex petts in pedagogy This congress was I not a teachers meeting but a confer 1c ence of leaders in all departments of rt life The variety of the subjects dis t f cussed and the many interests repre dented by the speakers showed that r real education touches life at every r point says tho Youths Companion 4t that as wise men bare always felt education is the development In Till f possible ways of the Indmawand of tr Jt1uf unit In society TjOsa an i Explained what he atl the r4 cto ll tlut are nqnig iiuiiyng fl cIO ttf and worto jfwJBlin of pub 1 He affairs showed w LtJi1schools o should do for tho boy Simd1 the girl- who are to vote From the laboring man through a union leader came the message of the experienced work I man to those In charge of the matur 1 ing boy who is soon to choose a trade t K rhysiciana and specialists In physical t 4 tculture pleaded for tho care of the i body for education which should rteach respect for the finely organized 1 instrument of thought and labor z From tho churches preachers of many 6 denominations spoke the word for 1 c tual culture in all education of 0 hands and the brain Public brarlans traced tho relation of their N VVjJ M jm to the schools Banker t r V tint of public service company f I pZcturer tradesman professor t wayr0 i the great truth that t merely the concern of spe ils everybodys business for It ed to every part of every t k Once this is realized ourd awui be vitalized as never be i 6 eS = fls Health of School Children The growing interest taken in Ger t many In the health of school children tya evidenced by the appointment of q t 18 school physicians In Munich and a Tty la raberfeld Many other clUes havo followed the example of Wiesbaden 4 Ji which In 1896 was the first to appoint JI school doctor In Vurtemberg the 4 f authorities have even extended the x system to the high schools In Aus a trta It has just been ordered that dates for teachers positions f H be examined in the subject of I Vrt hygiene Throughout Germany f Yare being made to equip I teachers of the lowest grades oft Ipubllc schools in matters of t C The installation of showera t an each school is being carried v ijSiatterJj course wherever b possible Ne Jiave al folTowed the exaihple of GJail In establishing a school Il ear the clty In which IofCromIIA v fv I asea wharR tnh I tt tea the Tegular course rf her hand are not hos t Itt i sor unable tc atudy at 1 Bg ibe skmmer months this 4 canedbitspopn The American custom of feretrips says the New York being imitated in Get- rJ TieclalatteBtion being paid to qy e children In Kolberg the I t0 9er bathing place on the Baltic Y j fcrewa opeaed this summer a sauatorIua to which were tcklld patients from many places lt yf JtBUiBsiastlc aulomobiltsU are urg gftkat a national hlg way be built ahetween New York andCbkagoThe rpN1ed roan IR not intended for the i ae en trlch pleasureseekers mbuter teilarmera who are to own i tractteaVaseaa lattie future and p cary their orops from pie farm to IThB beetmarket A party nas traveled 1 betwiwi the two cities by automobile DOUai ti best roltteto be flowed I f thejl eaUoH of graVeipiU and the J cral to be overcome It has ob takwC facts enough to make Its inqulr hMWwthr of respect AVhetter the I i t iXt l highway Ie ever builtk as Vt wys the Youths Companloa 4bea cda1nuous good road i t the state p Ne York la a p f two built by the state or by f UMrnariou twna andcIUes and ttlteN areexceUent ttitches of1good J 3111QwI other states long the I jJise 44A4pecIliaI factftD the life oft 4 h f al Booaparte of BaltImore i jHt bees transferred from t 4A naval portrollo to that of the tq a ey Beaeral Iu the presidents k 4 JaUat hetiaa Beter visited 4rSA 1 Ia4cal Illinois a woman IT h an a iiiBn iIns expedition Shed signed to go that way but hays preferred to vhaye lasted I tch an Improbable piece of cloth 4 an impossible bit of ribbon r t ewYork doctor cured a case f of i W JtbletkU g the patient l eeII saya the Star Ibf has attracted widespread attention 4 b oie iiawada7SUifl doctors are not 1 untiltJ r V 1 The 1s omeadvantage in being a aT tel istwM The Hah of Persia told his doc 4 t tori that I Y 4isagrej they should aft b e1I1Ittod Thy agreed aad eateque try tie shah Is still v f lag r ff A llwitreet foreman will J Y hereafter give hl qrdera by phoho boIjJ i ntbeI t l rnrw MkatvOnce II I tI YI4dla i4 derived rroal the Get r 8a r jerd Jwllsck Baeanins Jew J frbyii J i vd li taiMoeflUoB skirt says UteiPhiIa 4 f Mav Bidtetla doesnt caMe a worn 1 otH tf itoifoJiMte wkeasi walk P t 1a iS i 1of t I a 4q kxifL4I I 10 i f Ir t 1 g4 r tJo s if Iof t t tt 1Iltf t Iy f r II flhJ J- 3I f l IooJ IJ 1 or 1 j f 1 1 0 s 1 f b a f J y a tJt 1 J THE DELUGEBy DAVID GRAHAM PHHURS 4UhroI2HEcosrll TI9OS lY v JfJtJllBS cnV 19HAPTER VII Continued BLAG pCK GOES INTO TRAIN V ING I shall never forget the smallest detail of that dinner It was a purely family affair only tho Ellcrslys and I can eel now the oppressive at mosphere the look as of impending gacrilego upon tho faces of the old servants I can see Mrs Ellersly try- Ing to condescend to be gracious and treating me as It I were some sort of museum freak or menagerie exhibit I can see Anita She was like a statuo of snow she spoke not a word If she lifted her eyes I failed to note It And when I was leaving I with my collar wilted from the fierce nervous strain I had been enduring Mrs Ellersly In that voice of hers Into which I dont believe any shade of a real human emotion ever penetrated said You must come to see us Mr Btacklock We nre alway at home after live I looked at Miss Ellorsly Sho was white to the Ups now and tho span gles on her white dress seemed bits of ice glittering there Sho said noth- Ing but I kn jw sho felt my look and that it froze tho ice tho moro closely In around her heart Thank you I mutteredI In the hall I almost fell down the broad steps I stopped at the first bar and took three drinks in quick succession I went on down the avenue breathing like an exhaust ed swimmer Ill give her up I cried aloud so upset was I I am a man of impulse but I have trained myself not to be a creature of impulse at least not in matters of Im portance Without that patient and i painful schooling I shouldnt have got where I now am probablyTd still bo blacking boots or sheetwrltlng for some bookmaker or clerking it for some broker Before I got my rooms the night air and my habit of the sober second thought had cooled me back to rationality I want her I need her I was say- Ing to myself I am worthier of her than are those mincing manikins she has been bred to regard as uen She Is for meshe belongs to Tie Ill abandon her to no smtrkla puppet whod wear her as a dodke vould a diamond Why should I i myself and her an Injury simply because she has been too badly brought up to know her own interest When this was clear to me I sent for my trainer He Was one of those spare wiry Englishmen with skin like tanned and painted hidebrown ex cepl where the bones seem about to push their sharp angles through and here a frosty winter applo red He iressed Tike n Deadwood gambler he1 Mjd like a table by but foi U Ct l1 he was jTsSitleman boVa and bred Yes he tasa gentleman though ho mixed Into his ordinary flow of Conversation moro liberally than did iwbeninarageI him threw my coat back thrust myXthumbs into my trousers pockets and slowly turned about like a readymad tailors duel doyouthinkHe looked me over as if I wore a horse lie was about to buy Sound Id say was his verdict Good wind uncommon good wind Agoer and a stayer Not a lump ffot a hair out of place He laughed Action a bit high perhaps for the track But a grand reach I know all that said Iiayou miss my point Suppose you wanted to enter me forsay the Society Sweep stakes what then Um um he muttered reflectively Thats different Dont I looksort ofnewas if the varnish was still sticky and might come offon tho ladles dresses and on the fine furniture OhthaU said he dubiously But all those kinds of things are matters of taste Out with IU I commanded Dont be afraid Im not one of those damn fools that ask for criticism when they want only flattery as you ought to know by this time Im aware of my good points know how good they are better than anybody else in the world And I suspect my weak points al ways dldIvegot on chiefly because J made people tell me to my face what theyd rather have grinned over behind my back Whats your game asked Monson Im in the dark Ill tell you Monson I hired you to train bones Nqw I want to hire you train me too As its double work its double pay Say oa7 said he and say It slow I want to marry I explained I want to inspect all thaoffcrings before I decide You are to train mo so that I can go among the herds thatd shy off from me If I wasnt on to their lit tie ways He looked suspiciously at me doubt less thinking this some new develop meat of American humor- I mean it I assured him Im going to train and train hard Ive got no time to lose I must be on my way down the aisle inside of three months t give you a free band Ill do Just what you say The Jobs out of my line he pro tested I knoW better said I Ive al ways seen the parlor under the stable 1n you Well begin right away What do you think of these clothes Welltheyre not exactly noisy ho saidiDut theyre far from silent That waistcoat He stopped and gave roe another nervous timid look He found It hard to believe a Dan of my sort so 8elt assured would tjjr4 Some In England May Have seen Standing In CarcaKit Time Many of the most arresting Brit Ish ancient flays are the iks the annals of which take us back tdr Saxoiitlmes Some that are still living werecenturles old In the days of jhI Norman conqueror tad may have tfcen growing and gazed iJ 11 1 jf 11J I y T a It stand tho truth from a man of his secondfiddle sort Oo on I Speak out Mowbray Langdon had on one twice as loud the other day at tho track But perhaps youll remember It was only his that was loud not he himself Now a man of your manner and voice and youve got a look out of tho eyes thatd wake the dead all by Itself Pcaplc can feel you coming before they hear you When they feel and hear and see all togetherIts like a brass band In scarlet uniform with a sevenfoot skyblue drum major If your hair wasnt so black and your eyes so steelblue and sharp and your teeth so big and strong and white and your jaw such asuch aJaw- I seo tho point said I And I did Youll find you wont need to tell me many things twice Ive got a busy day before mo hero so well have to suspend this until you come to dine with me at eightat my rooms I want you to put In tho time well Go to my house in the country and then up to my take my valet with you look through all my belong ings shlits ties socks trousers waistcoats clothes of every kind Throw out every rag you think doesnt lit In with what I want to be Hows my grammar I was proud of it I had been taking more or less pains with my mode of speech for a dozen years Rather too good said he But thats bet ter than making the breaks that arent regarded as good form cczpi- i YOU SWEEPSTAKESWHAT form I exclaimed Thats It Thats what I want What does good form mean Ho laughed You can search me said he I could easier tell you any thing else Its what reco nizes on sight and nobody knows how to describe Its like the difference between a cultivated jimson weed and a wild one Like the difference between Mow bray Langdon and me I suggested goodnaturedly How about my manners Not so bad said he Not so rotten bad Butwhen you re polite youre a little too polite when youre not polite you Show where I came from too plain lyV said I Speak right outliLtg- ood and hard Am I too frank for good form You neednt bother about that he assured me Say whatever comes into your head only be sure the right sort of thing comes into your head Dont talk too much about yourself for instance Its good form to think about yourself all tho time its bad form to let people see ItIn your talk Say as little as possible about ypur business and about what youve got Dont be lavish with the Is and the mys Thats harder said L Im a man who has always minded my own bus ness and cared for nothing else What could I talk about except my self Blest If I know replied he Whore you want to go the last thing people mind is their own businessIn talk at least But youll get on all right If you dont worry too much about it Youve got natural lade r akof1tnctne YelicsTDf aroldA commanded waistcoat apartment upon by Roman Caesar Homes oak which the writer saw in Windsor park before Its fall in 1863 the Rowland oak mentioned in Domesday Book and the still more gigantic oak at LowthorpeThen Is tho Major oak In Sherwood forest said to be 1500 years old under whose broad branches Robin Hood and his merry band held their revels and tha Winfarthlne and vV r I JSIv i D r i i i JU I i ify t vi rU 4 11 2 J pendence and an original way of put Ung things and comfmon sense Dont bo afraid Afraid I never knew what it was saidtfrald Your rrr you through he assured mo Kervoll tako a man jYou a truer thing In your life said L iRll tako him wher over ho wants arid after hes there Itll got him whatever ho wants And with that I thinking of my plans and of how sure I was of success began to march up and down tho office with try chest thrown out until I caught myself at it That stopped me set mo off In a laugh at- m own expense he joining In with a kind of heartiness I did not like though I did not venture to check himSo ended tho first lesson the first of a long series VIII ON THE TRAIL OF LANGDON I had Monson with mo twice each weekday early lit tho morning and again after business hours until bed time Also ho spent the whole of every Saturday and Sunday with me Ho developed astonishing dexterity as a teacher and as soon as he real ized that I had no false pride and was thoroughly in earnest ho handled mo without gloves like a boxing teacher who finds that his pupil has the grit of a professional It was easy enough for me to grasp the theory of my new businessit was nothing more than Be natural But the rub came in making myself naturally of the right sort I hadas I suppose every man of Intelligence and decent instincts hasa disposition to be friendly and simple But my manner was by na turo what you might call abrupt My not very easy task was to learn tho subtle difference between the abrupt that injects a tonic into social inter course and tho abrupt that makes the other person shut up with a feeling of having been insulted Then thero was the matter of good taste in conversation Monson found as I soon saw that my everlasting selfassertlveness was beyond cure As I said to him Im afraid you might easier succeed in reducing my chest measure But wo worked away at SUPPOSE WANTED TO ENTER ME FORSAY THE SOCIETY THEN Good everybody it and perhaps my readers may dis cover oven in this narrative though it is necessarily egotistic evidence of at least an honest effort not to be baldly boastfuL Monson would have liked to make of me a selfdeprecating sort of person such aa he himself with the result that the other fellow ww w Beautiful Railway Station at Sao Paulo Brazils Second Greatest City Rio Janeiro once the first coffee port of the world has long since yield ed that honor to Santos the port of Sao Paulo which formerly so noto noun for its yellow fever epidemics has become a clean and prosperous city Sao Paulo the capital of the state of the same name and the second city of the republic Is one of the finest cities in South America SIt- uated at an elevation of 2500 feet en- Joying a delightful subtropical climate and provided with all the modern con veniences of a European or an American city Its attraction for the foreigner is readily apparent Sao Paulo has a number df Important manufactures including its fa mous breweries and Its electric rail way js interesting to the American from the fact that it is owned In Canada being one of a number of recent successful enterprises in Brazil not ably the Rio Janeiro tram system financed by Canadian capital Particularly worthy of note however Is the Sao Paulo railway the line which con nects this city with Santos and con ff PJ Bentley oaks believed to be equally ancient Old and the largest In England measuring 78 feet in circumference But this was exceeded In age by Domarays oak in Devonshire destroyed by a severe storm in 1703 which enjoyed the distinction of having lived through 20 Parents Chain Boy to Post Traverse City Mich Because it to i f i i i i5k iJ i F- i fJ t s 1 ralways got the1 prize aid he got left But I would havonono of itAll this time I was giving myself or thought I was giving myself chiefly to my business as usual I know now that the new Interest had in fact crowded tho things down town far Into the background had Impaired my Judgment had suspended my common sense but I had no inkling of this then Tho most important mat ter that was occupying me down town Influenced me still made enough of an Impression to cause me to test the market I sold for him at ninety as he had directed I sold In quantity every day But no matter how much I unloaded tho price showed no ton dency to break This said I to myself is a test monial to tim skill with which I prepared for my bull campaign And that seemed to moall unsuspicious as I then wasa sufficient explanation of the steadiness of the stock which I had worked to establish in the public confidenceI if my matrimonial plan should turn out as I confidently expected I should need a much larger fortune than I hadfor I was deter mined that my wife should have an establishment second to none Accordingly I enlarged my original plan I had intended to keep close to Langdon in that plunge I believed I controlled tho market but I hadnt been In Wall street twentyyears with out learning that the worst thunderbolts fall from cloudless skies With out being in the least suspicious of Langdon and simply acting on the general principle that surprise and treachery are part of the code of high finance I had prepared to guard first against being taken In tho rear by a secret change of plan on Langdons part and socond against being Involved and overwhelmed by a sudden secret attack on him from some associate of his who might think ho had laid himself open to successful raid ingTho mark t is especially dangerous toward Christmas and in the spring toward ChriAtmas the big fellows oft en juggle tbu stocks to get tho money for their big Christmas gifts and alms toward spring the motive is of course the extra summer expenses of their families and the commencement gifts to colleges It was now late in the spring- I say I had intended to be cautious I abandoned caution and rushed In boldly feeling that the market was in general safe and that textile was under my controland that I was one of the kings of high finance with my lucky sfar in tho zenith I decided to continue my bull campaign on my own account for two weeks after I had unloaded for Langdon to continue it un- tIl the stock was at par I had no difficulty In pushing it to ninetyseven and I was not alarmed when I found myself loaded up with it quoted at ninetyeight for the preferred and thirty for tho common I assumed that I was practically its only supporter and that it would slowly settle back as I slowly withdrew my sup portTo my surprise the stock did not yield Immediately under my efforts to depress It I sold more heavily tex tile continued to show a tendency to rise I sold still more heavily it broke a point Da tw- oPanVaigain uinsic tsTnsteatTof sending out along m secret lines for inside Information as I should have done and would have done had I not been In a state of hypnotized judgmentI went to Langdon I who had been studying those scoundrels for twenty odd years and dealing directly with and for them for ten years Ho wasnt at his office they told me there that they didnt know whether he was at his town house or at his place in the countryprob ably in the country said his down town secretary with elaborate carelessness He wouldnt be likely to stay away from the office or not to send for me if ho were In town would heIt takes an uncommon good liar to lie to me when Im onthe alert As I was determined to see Langdon I was In so far on the alert And I felt the fellow was lying Thats reasonable said 1 Call me up If you hear from him I want to see hImImportant- but not immediate And I went away having left the Impression that I would make no further effort I went up to his house You no doubt have often seen and often ad mired its beautiful facade so simple that it hides its own magnificence from all but experienced eyes so perfect in Its proportions that it hides the vastness of tho palace of which it is tie face I havo heard men say Id like to havo a housea moderate sized house ono about the size of Mowbray Langdonsthough perhaps a littlo more elegant not so plain Mr Langdon isnt at home said the servant To be continued wJJw w The Finest in South America Wetherbyit centurlesIndependent parLangdons Toys the bulk of the coffee crop to tidewater This is owned by an Eng- lIsh company as are several of the railroads in Sao Paulo and has proved to be one of the most profitable foreign investments In the country John Barrett in Review of Reviews Assegals Ancient and Modern Assegais are to the front just now in Zululand The word asesgal however Is not originally a South Af rican word It is really azzaghayah the az being the definite article and the rest of it a native Berber word for a javelin taken over into Arabia Thence the Spaniards and Portuguese took it and eventually it reached the English and French from the Portu guese in Africa Finally a word that hl1t meant a javelin used by Berbers and Moors was transferred to Kaffir weapons at the other end of Africa In sixteenth century English it appears as archegayes and later aa haaagaya or hasagunys Women Less Than Cattle The Kaffirs think less of their wives than they do of their cattle They do not allow the women to go near the kraal where they keep their animals and if a cow dies they grieve mora than they do when a woman dies QQQf alleged their boys fell luo bad com antheof Hugh and Ward Goddard ar respecttVtIYlthem locked by padlocks The bol meali served to them by their V and were chained to bed at Sparfin treatment is beginning upon them and they verbally i their sins The youngsters ari leged to have been doing petty s tag tor some time It 4 l Ii f CtJA r STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST 1 BIG DEALIEntire Leyburn Farm Purchased By John Splan For Maddens Lexington Kyrho biggest deal In trotters made here since William Rus sell Allen bought the pick of Wood burn farm years ago was closed by John Splan acting for Edward and Jo seph Madden sons of J E Madden of Hamburg Place ho buying of P P Parish Midway Ky the latters en tire Leyburn stud embracing 11 royal bred trotting mures and fillies The price paid Is private but the amount Involved In the transfer reaches far Into the thousands Parish only sold out because he had decided to quit the trotting horse business and be wculd at that part with his stock only by selling the mares In a bunch so as to keep them together Edward and Jo seph Madden havo now In charge the trotting department at Hamburg Place owning tho Futurity winner Slllko the champion saddle horse Chance and Slllkos threeyearold brother The Leyburn family which time mares and fillies they bought represent Is more fully represented In Europe than any other breed of trotters William M Helen Leyburn Alice Leyburn Cather- Ine Leyburn and Prince Leyburn be- Ing some of its representatives abroad In securing these mares Edward and Joseph Madden the youngest firma of trotting horse breeders In the world have virtually a corner In the Leyburn trotting family In America- SHELBYVILLE CHOSEN By the Agricultural Board For the State Farmers Institute Frankfort KyAt a meeting of the state board of agriculture it fran decided to hold the second annual State Farmers Institute at Shelbyville on February 26 27 and 28 F M Scoville and O W Wilson were appointed to check up the accounts and make a final settlement with the Kentucky State Breeders Association for the slate fair held In Lexington ra 1905 The board resolved Itself Into an ad visory board for the state commis sioner and a resolution was adopted directing the commissioner to subscribe 1000 to the Jamestown Exposition fund If in the opinion of the attorney general It could be legally done Messrs Scovllle Broeklnrldge and Mayo were appointed to investigate and report the best way of expending the money 4000 a year in the interest of forestry and immigration and Com missioner Vreeland and J W New man a subcommittee to go to Wash ington at once and ascertain what steps other states were taking along the same line DEFENSE SCORES In Noel Galnes Damage Suit ObtaIn- Ing Important Letter Henderson KyTh T ellmlnary sklmlshesln the damaS of Ioel Galtfe ttJ1ea apfc Jauie Cobnd Percy j tee re fought out in the circuit court here The only point galnelliy the defense was per mission to see the original letter from Haly to Lasslng The plaintiffs at torney E C Ward argued that the defense had no right under the law to see the letter Haly filed his answer denying that he falsely composed the message sent by the Postal Telegraph Cable Co He said further that he did send a telegram but that it did not damage Noel Gaines Haly says the Lasslng letter is a forgery SIX CANDIDATES Are Out For the First District Rail road Commlsslonershlp Hopklnsvllle KyHon Herman Southall who represented Christian county in the last session of the Ken tucky legislature has formally an nounced himself asa candidate for the democratic nomination for railroad rommissloner in Uie first district Mr Bouthalls election as representative last year was the first time that office had been captured by a democrat since 1SS3 There are now five announced andldates for the nomination for railroad commissioner beside Mr Southall They are Lawrence Finn of Simpson county McD Ferguson the Incumbent Bunk Gardner of Graves county and George Landsum of Paducah Graders Are Elected Hopklnsvllle KyAte meeting of the executive committee of the Planters Protective Association at Guthrie metal graders were elected as follows Western district Tom Myers of May fleldr central district N E Nabb of Trigg county succeeding S G Buck ner of Hopklnsvllle eastern district W C Warfleld of Adams Tenn sy needing Torn Edwards oi Clarksvf Tenn Many Heard Decision Lexington KyAs a result of tdecision of Judge Ford at Plkevll gainst the Astern Kentucky Co Lands Co claimants for 30000 acrt VIrfnlato coal lands in Eastern Kentucr jotintles has been settled forever the lower courts The declslt j Judge Ford which affects ever Jfland In Eastern Kentur heard by more than a thor dents of the mountains n nad ridden 60 miles erf Want Feud Wllllamstown Kr taouncement that Breathltt count lug that Sp of this cpo trial r are urgli Catlettv who shoj l ambert was foul vIsentencj tlary Jj t May wImp i t i p- J NO EMOTION Shown By Dr Sarah Murphy When Held For Murder Louisville KyDr Sarah Murphy juyyforJudge McCann In police court Dr Murphy who has three times been ac cused of being Instrumental In the murder of girls heard the verdict with scarcely a sign of emotion William M Bryant of Buffalo father of the dead girl said that he will go to Hod genvlllp to take up the matter of apprehending tha man in the case Ho said that they would bo armed with Indictments from the Jefferson coun ty grand Jury At a meeting of Ue executive committee of tile Kentucky state board of health the secretary was Instructed to notify Dr Sarah Murphy to appear before that body within the next 30 days and show cause why her license should not hi revoked ENGINE AND CAR Rolled Down An Embankment But Only Two Were Hurt Torrent Ky Owing to the heavy and protracted rains prevailing in Gui section passenger train No3 west bound on the Lexington Eastern railroad was wrecked at a washout neat this town The engine and combination baggage and mall car slid down an em bankment 65 feet high and turned completely over at the bottom Engi neer James Gordon and Fireman Lancaster were thrown from the cab of the locomotive and rolled to the bottom oi tho declivity but escaped Injury Mall Clerk Hofilch and Baggagemaster O C OConnor were only severely bruised although the car rolled over twice There were 35 passengers on the train CHARTER FORIBy Company Which Proposes To FI- nance the Burley Crop Winchester KShe proceedings of the Burley Tobacct erety were In executive session here However It Is understood that the pbislons of a charter which was filed with the coon ty clerk at this place were discussed ThitjoyTobaccoclety of Equity with ttte principal place of business at Winchester Ky The nature of its business is declared to be to ass5 t the burley tobacco growers In handling and selling their products It names 31 counties as composing the district and recites how others may be admitted and Is signed by 30 county chairmen TENYEAR DOSE Given the Housebreaker and Two tads Sentenced Lexingt jln theelrcult court here Robe v and Harry Wheeler respectivelywere WilliamMiller penitentiarTdnded was given a guilty of hi tenced to tiary RqbT given 10 ye WIt Bellevue association present a for an exaLt rpolitys feel t pasttenyedSnation be ms ant and thai ance possible f Whltesburg burgy a wet ithe edge of I dead In a woo Her death Is a showed no slgi known to hai about her hou1 turbed rImmlg Frankfort H missioner VreeJ J W Ntwman were delegated J cultural Pores board to go to York for the pu directing forelk stateiLath Bellevue Kyi of Harry M p 1 Lead T7T7 0 mates 4 tSsi J q 2I 4H t t 7 r 2 r i C Y it i ttJ IX r r t j C iW J I F r AJI j jiHOUSEHOLD FRi1 y Peruna for- Catarrh Coughs Colds Grip Peruna is a household friend more than a million homes illrnumber is increasing every Peruna has become a household word y 4all over the English speaking world tIt is an old tried remedy for all ca iarrhat diseases of the head throat 2 J tyiiKt stomach kidneys bladder MtU ll n fano trgans Ask Your Druggist for Free Peru a y AIiAmnac for 1907 SICK HEADACHE slB by thcae Little PJJI t tJ lheTa13 trees fron c regslatetbelk SUItI PILL iik ARTERsITUE IVER rPositivelyeited 4 ev r o a t- REIi a oj 0 A tPositiVCu a A J J tEI fJ 1f1J J1O if tf 4 1 f Y oJJr t L a l t ihre I Sf i i qr i 0 J jc i 4 tv t 1 rj ii r c f t i i t J fr ftITr if P SL 4 l5W Ii 4 2 i L a 5r i + X o f1 RHEUMATISM I1 v AND fIEURALGIA t J ILI OIL o The Proved Remedy v for Over 50 Years X 4 r Ix Price 23c anlllOcjI i Woman Is Adventurous I J In proof of the assertion made by the German authorities that all is well I well In Morocco an officer of the re y cent German expedition to Fez tells how Inthe heart of Morocco he had i met an English womn touring alone Thls fearless woman Is Mrs Frances V Campbell She Is reported to have- iIjtF 7 1travd all the way across Morocco on horseback with no other escort than a few servants 1f I OffLloaded said the pistol to the doublebarrel 1j ahotgun J e Oh not quite rejoined the latter Lrmonly halfshot SWhdreupon they both exploded with y SkugbterChlcago Dally News 9 t BRING GOOD HEALTH r Or William Pink Pills Used After the Grip Arrest Fatal Decline and I r ItRebuild the System Any bodily weakness CAused by a 4 J deficiency In tho blood can be cured 4 by the use of Dr Williams Pink Pills j becaussi these pills actually make new blood After attacks of the grip the blood 1s generally run down and the paUent continues to decline 4 About three years ago says Mrs wJennle Cowan of 718 N Henry- S Si Street West City Mich I caught a severeco1d which ran Into tie grip was confined to my bed I I fsrtwo w eks lAt the end or that tJi I was able to be about but was uLte1y4thn I was ri weak r r aci ieart- italLq for 4 e euralgla I 1 43ad and a c 4rbeuma AIJ1- 7 J st doctor vr until a S she had et Ss1 PIntr a i 4 I them I I ned using f cured They Pi J per ect Health f whenever feel I 1 i f ybelp- a e j r al f are4tr1 In I d4 f not If Ip- C J n y Op t t u AV i 5I If t elfp I tiIf s a P J i I 1 i6 X a h 1 t rca tVtb Jf J 0 i a 1oi 4 v I 5 f ti 1i a l 1 Jf If b I 1f ia Vf = r 4 r vo It a t rJ P o 1 1 t a J a i 4 Jt I to r4 c 4 f4 a 9T 1IWI 4 o J c iI IIl flx J f I I 1 i lf JtS a s 1 Jj t I rjptca t t i rad c Ti obp I J f J oSi 1 ad j I4 0 II iiI f J r f 1 r r 1 Ytlq f t h f i1 1t 1t iV 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Joshua and the people of Israel first because they were a heath 9 en people and second because 6 agedistastefulwhen the cry for help came 9 Joshua and the people with him 5 hesitated not but made haste to- go up to the defense of the Glb p eonltes Under a strict Interpretation 2 of the agreement o obIngatlons 2 2 p P pie of Israel who but a short 5 p time before had wanted to destroy P 2 the Glbeonltes notwlth 5 p standing the oath of Joshua and P 2 the princes of Israel than for 6 P them to welcome the peril which 2 threatened Glbeon as an easy 6 P and fortunate escape from a 2 6 most distasteful alliance But p 9 no The spirit of the was that Glbeon agreementi 9 with them In the land Identified herself UIpremacyBecause of the promise Joshu and his men would face perl and hardship Glbeons plea for 0 help should not go unheeded What a noble devotion to lofty x idealsIToday there Is not the same fine conception the same faith fulness in the fulYulment of a promise The modern Joshua looks for technicalities the legal loophole whfch will let him slip free frtjrftho fulfillment of an obligation He keeps the agree rrnt that he cannot escape but m for doing more not he If the Glbeon who Is In trouble can show undisputed claim upon his time and resources then he will go up to his help but If there Is convenient escape from the promise given then he will let Glbeon shift for himself i But Joshua of old had the dl vine conception of the Impor and Inviolability of an and he did all and more that oath demanded And loath honored such spirit of self devotion bv ivlng over thi Jss of and lengi 4ay 0 that the task i en I might I Vullv don t OO Jd tad elwas 5 enemy j ruggle ln was id two- hearIng Defeat izedec eryIupondI shatter ell back LY was thata be upon I able to est iover And 1 es had es hrough the recoup their rme day later S es and punish peace which rael as a complete the army of t the help of the f I f they had learn i the battle was 4 i ied march rlur ae night before tt Igal to Glbeon awn up In bat I armies of tbo J a It la littlev1 t tttheerybe I lve been die r i t 9 fIS I 5 t I t d f II ze1 I t f gI- j j Ii Ii1 f j l l rI 1 9 t J1I I r lpt 0 jt ot sjJa J CoC J F t J t it4 1 rr jIt iJ i I I oj 4e riIt t I 1 fia1Abg to s t- orjo I tin fl Ie t 5 i 1 y t I A f s I fI J J 0 lt p f i J 4Ijl iir f a j a I lI l I tr 4 t iatjf fT SSF n rii t Sc If n i ljo1I iN f tly tfF rg fr ct f fJJC t j it frY yj pause didst not thou tell us that thou hadst delivered them Into our hands and that there should not a nan of them stand before usT And here they aro about to escape for the night soon cometh And almost a sob es caped from the great strongman as he lifted his eyes to heaven Were they to fall short of a complete victory Had they not been told to destroy utterly those who bid defi ance to God and God people and wore they now to bo hindered by the shortness of tho day Yea will they not say that It was their god the sun god which has helped them ho cried Will they not claim that ho has hastened his journey across the heavens so as to quickly bring tho darkness to their relief nut docs not the sun move at the dictates of Gods will the thought suddenly came to him and aloud ho asked Cannot the God who rolled aside the waters of the Red sea and then the Jordan also make the sun moon and stars to obey him With tho expression of the thought the inner peace and assurance ho could and ho would and descending quickly into the midst of tho hosts of Israel he shouted Slack not thy hands The Lord will give theo complete victory over these thy enemies But tho night cometh was shouted back And in the darkness wo daro not fight lest wo smlto friend for too Yea but God will lengthen his day Joshua shouted back And then lifting his hands toward tho heavens ho cried Sun stand thou still upon Glbconi and thou moon In tho valley of AJalon That was all that was said Joshua returned to his observation point and the soldiers who had been about him turned and carried tho news every where through the ranks of Israel that daylight would not fall them for Joshua had commanded tho sun to stand still With new vigor and ear estness they fought One hourtwo hours went by and etlll the hosts of the enemy stubbornly strove to hold Israel In chock- Hopefully at first did they turn their eyes towards the sun Then as the moments grew into the first hour and then tho second and still the sun held its placo In the heavens they looked In anxiety and growing terror at the sight Adonlzedec and the kings with him paced to and fro What strange thing was this Was the sun In league with their enemies that he should tarry thus In the heave ensT In the agony of desperation they cried to their gods to hear them and send the darkness but their cries were only drowned in the din of bat tie which thickened about them Faster and faster now become the retreat until It was clear that It would soon develop into panicstricken flight The five kings as they watch ed the progress of the battle real ized that all was lost and while yet they had the opportunity and their men were bravely striving to hold In check the onward rush of the Is raelites they sought safety In flight and came at last to the cave at Malt kedahBut of what avail their flight The sun still shone In the heavens and fol lowed them as thopgh to reveal their fllsfitTaa indeed it did for some of thei men of Israel lighting on the Inter edges of the battle line observed this movement and hastened to follow and came up with them just as they disappeared Into the dark depths of the great cave And when one of their number had returned and told Joshua that the five kings were hid den In the cave at Mlkkedah he sent word that they should seal the mouth of the cave and set at watch there while the forces of Israel continued the pursuit of the now scattered and fleeing enemy And there was no day like that before It or after It that the Lord hark- ened unto the voice of a man for the Lord fought for Israel And the sun stood still and the moon stayed until the people had avenged themselves upon their enemies Doom of Tattersalls Seen Tasmania Is the home of Tatter salts tho most gigantic gambling Institution of the British empire in connection with horse racing Ex pelled from Australia It has found a refuge In Tasmania and has for years successfully resisted all efforts at suppression But apparently its days are now numbered The Tasmanian premier Capt Evans In his latest speech incidentally remarked Tasmania has lost a good deal of revenue through federation and It Is only a question of time when Tattersalls will have to go and then God help Tasmania The annual revenue derived by the Tasmanian government from TaUersalia is supposed to be about 500000 Reading Under Water An electric arc lamp capable ot ef flclently supplying the needs of under- Water Illumination for ship salvage jnd other similar work as well as for atmospheresjas was a SJon of the dock gates could be made Vtb6 aid of the lamp and In order ponstrate Its power one of the returned for a newspaper and ecendlng to the bottom of the 1epth of 20 feet read a per through the telephone to A A surface I s U 8 Marshal xnslns has takes up v In Washington J r restoration of 4 V Miss Cousfns 13ngthoonly j ted States go her 4 r + 7 d rr t Sa5S iS I SS 7r s tIbSa J tl St i s h 0gt 2 0 1 t RESPONDED TO HIS NAME Dog Had Good Excuse for His Appearance In Church Willie was asleep and Dan was lonely says Our Little Ones Wil lie Is the ministers son Dan is his dog It was Sunday morning and every one was at church but these two friends It was warm and sunny and they could hear the good preach er for their iiouse was next door to the churchDan Willie It Is bettor here than in church for you can hear every word and dont get prickles down your back as you do when you have to sit up straight- In some way while Willie was listening he full asleep Dan kissed him in the nose but when Willie went to sleep ho went to sleep to stay and did not mint trifles So Dan sat down with tho funniest look of care on his wise black face and with one ear ready for outside noises Now the minister had for his sub ject Daniel This was the name he always gave Dan when he was teach lug him to sit up and beg and other tricks While the dog sat thinking the name Daniel fell In his ready oar Dan at once ran Into the church through the vestry door Hc tood on his hind legs with his fore yaws drooping close beside the minister who did not see him but tho congro gation did When the minister shout ed Daniel again the sharp barks said Yes sir as plainly as Daniel could answer The minister started back looked around and saw the funny little picture then ho wondered what he should do next but just then through tho vestry came Willie His face was rosy from sleep and he looked a lit tie frightened He walked straight toward his father and took Dan In his arms and said Please scuso Dan papa I went asleep and he runncd away Then ho walked put with Dan look Ing back on the snilllng congregation The preacher ended his sermon on Daniel as best ho could but then he- made a resolve If he ever preached again on the prophet Daniel ho would remember to tie up his dog Testimony From the Inside Rufus L Griswold tho Cleveland educator who holds that It is wrong to let children believe In Santa Claus was arguing about his strange views at a dinner Why lIe to children he asked Why let them believe In a myth Whenever I hear mention of that loathed name of Santa Claus I think of a lunatic He paused and smiled Then he resumed Some years ago I attended a trial wherein my brother was concerned a trial having to do with a lunatic asylumA was being examined as to the sanity of ono of the inmates 4You hold that this Inmate Is In sane do you a lawyer asked I do was tho firm reply Why are you so sure The man the witness said goes about asserting that he Is Santa Claus And said tho lawyer you hold do you that when a man goes about asecrtlss that Ito Is Santa Claus iCn a clear proof of his insanity ft 1 do- Why Because said the witness In iloud indignant voice I happen to be Santa Claus myself Boa Constrictor at Large When the caretaker at a traveling menagerie recently exhibiting at Stratfori England went to heat the water in a tank under the cage of a boa constrictor one morning the reptile was missing After two hours search they found It snugly resting Inn cinematograph box Attempts to Induce it to return to Its proper quarters were resented hilt the crea ture responded readily to the woman snake charmer Its keeper During Its wanderings the big reptile swallowed a cat Small Landholders In Egypt There is an enormous number of small landholders In Egypt 5000000 acres being cultivated by over 1000 000 landowners of whom 6000 are Europeans owning on an average a little over 100 acres Nine hundred and forty peasants hold under five acres each or 23I per cent of the whole cultivated land while 12000 men of means have holdings above 50 acres their total being over 2250000 acres or 44 per cent of tho whole proprietors of between five and 20 acn8 having 21 per cent Advance In Price of Platinum Most of the worlds supply of plati num comes from the southern part of the Ural mountains In Russia Ac cording to the report of the Russian ministry of finance the Increased demand for the metal of late years has raised Its price to nearly 500 a pound No Liquor In the Kitchen Advertisement In the London Chronicle Scullery maid wages 1 annual rIse gold watch end of five years teetotaler preferred Ad dress etc MARKET REPORT Cincinnati January 10 CATTLE Extra 5 40 C 5115 CALVESExtra 9lO HOGS Choice 6 80 685 SHEEPExtra 5 10 ti 5 25- LAMBSExtra C 8 00 FLOUR Spring pat 4 45 O 4 10 WHEAT No 2 red 0 76 CORNNo 2 mixed 463 OATSNo 2 mixed 380 39 RYENo2 choice 68 70 HAY Ch timothy 19 25 BUTTERDairy 18 EGGSPer doz 25 APPLES Choice i 2 25 2 60 POTATOES Per bu 55 60- TOBACCOBtrIey 5 50 16 50 CHICAGO 763CORNNoOATSNo2 mixed 36 PORKPrime mess 11 BS LARDSteam 9 223- NEW TOBK FLOUR Win patenl 3 75 t 4 tHl 79CORNNoI mixed 39 01 29fc SRKPrlme mess17 50 IS 25 Steam 90X BALTIMORE N6 2 rod 77i J2 mixed 47 I 40IJ touisviLir 764oNo 2 mixed OS 50JSteamIfDIATIAPOLI- SIE Prime 6 IB 05 35 40tI f t i Df iI Mi i TERRIBLE TO RECALL Five Weeks In Bed With Intensely Painful Kidney Trouble Mrs Mary Wagner of 1367 Kossuth avenue Bridgeport Conn says I was so weak cued and gener- allY run down with kidney dls eaie that for long time I could not do my work any was five we ks In tied There was con tinual bearing down pain ter rible backaches headaches and at times dizzy spells when everything wis a blur before me The passages of the kidney secretions were Irregular and painful and there was con slderable sediment and odor I dont know what I would have done but for Doans Kidney Pills I could see an improvement from the first box and five boxes brought a final cure Sold by nil dealers 50 cents a box Foster Milburn Co Buffalo N Y Love your enemiesbut not John Demijohn TO CUItE A COLD IN ONE OAT Take LAXATIVE IIUOIOQnIDlueTablet Irur Iota rvIUDd money If It falli to cure It W tuovks 5naLir5on eaeb box c- Lots ot fools look wise and lots ot wise men look otherwise Gnrficld Tea the Herb remedy which i Guaranteedunder the Pure and Drupi Law should lie taken to resulite the Liver Kidneys ttomach and liowcls and to purify the blood A woman gets almost as much satisfaction out of a good cry as a man does out of a smile Hows This Wo nfrrr One Ilunilreil Uutura Reward for anr tae of Catarrh Ibat cannot be cured by Haifa urrti Cure F J CHENEY 4 CO Toledo CbueJtor5naee1s117ibIeWAUIIHO Klaif A ManWboleale UruciliU Toledo O lUlli Catarrh Cure l taken Inttrntlly alt Ihetbottle Sold by all DraMlit Take IIsIi Family IlllJ rr constipation Wonderful Incandescent Mains Zuzvl an Austrian chemist is said to have perfected an Incandescent lamp which Is made of filaments of cheap material but of great durability and capable of burning3500 hours Thoroughly Reliable It ever there was a reliable and safe remedy it is that old and famous por ous plasterAllcocks It has been in use for sixty years and is as popular today as ever and we doubt If there is a civilized community on the face painIlion of the Ingredients and In their manufacture tho greatest care Is taken to keep each plaster up to the highest standaru t excellence and so pure and simple are the Ingredients that even a child can use them Allcocks are the original and gen nine por us plasters and are sold by Drugglstfall over the world u If yoju want to see a man act silly Taunt up one who Is jealous h LJgctablePreparatibnror similating ttieFoodandRegula ling and Bowels of 1m MSHILIKLN Promotes DigeslioitChcerrur ncssandItestConlains neither OpiumMorphine nor Jfinecat NOT NAIIC OTIC joujictgt2zmtzia4tzJmn wisIt rt rtwtl gnw n Apetfecl Remedy for Conslipa Worms Convulsiuns Fcverjsti ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK AtbmonlVis old I EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER At theWaist iIy t Mr TTtndowi Soothing Syrup Tot children Urtblni tofuiu the mni reduce t fltmmaUon allay pain caret wind collo Sic abotU Every time a man accepts a 10cent gift it costs him a dollar ILTXAMFADfLFsS DYES color al other dye and you per package Virtue Is Its own rewador Its own punishment as the case may bet runs CUSSED IN 6 TO 14 DATP- AZO O1NTMKNT Is enarsnleed to rare cue nc licblnir hind llleeOluir or ITotrudlDt filet in f to II dy3 ur money refunded 600 People who are fond of music usu ally draw the line at amateur concerts FITS St Vitus Dance and all Nervous KlineRGreat KlineLdFreak Dublin The Dublin CorporationI proposal to provide mate of the mud barge Shamrock with goldlaced uniforms of Irish manufac ture 0 AWFUL EFFECT OF ECZEMA Covered with Yellow SoresGrew WorseParents DiscouragedCu tlcura Drove Sores Away Our little girl one year and a half old was taken with eczema or that was what tho doctor called It We called In tho family doctor and he gave spine tablets and said she would be all right in a few days Tho eczema grew worse and we called In doctor No2 He said she was tcctlijng as soon as the teeth rightIlgreenish sore Well he said ho could help her so we let him try It about a week Ono morning we discovered a little yellow plmplo one her eyes Of course we phoned for doctor No3 lIe came over and looked her over and said that he could not do anything moro for her that wo had hotter take her to some eye specialist since It was an ulcer So we went to Oswego to doctor No4 and he said the eye sight was gone but that ho could help 1L We thought we would try doctor No6 Well that proved the same only ho charged 10 more than doctor No4 We were nearly die couraged I saw one of the Cut cura advertisements in the paper and thought we would try the Cuttcura Treatment so I went and purchased a set of Cutlcura Remedies which cost me laIid In three days our daughter who had been sick about eight months showed great Improvement and in one week all sores had disappeared Of course It could not restore the eyesight but if we had used Cutlcura time I am confident that It would have saved the eye We think there Is no remedy so good for any skin trouble Impurity of the blood as Cutlcura Mr and Mrs Frank Abbott R F D No9 Fulton Os wego Co N Y August 17 1906 dorIISTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears th- e81r 1I In- Usa For Over Thirty Year- sCASTO RIA eumvit new cm NO MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER- TH SCIENTIFIC AND MODERN EXTERNAL COUNTERIRRITANT CAPISICUMVASELINE EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE PEPPER PLANT A OUICK SURE SAFE AND ALWAYS READY CURE FOR PINPRICE- IScIN COLLAPSIBLE TUBESAT ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS OR BY MAIL ON RECEIPT OF ISe IN POSTAGE STAMPS DONT WAIT TILL THE PAIN COMESKEEP A TUSE HANDY A substitute for and superior to mustard or any other plaster and will not blister the most delicate skin The painallaying and curative qualities of the article are wonderful It will stop the toothache at once and relieve Headache and Sciatica We recommend It as the best andsafest external counterirritant known also as an external remedy for pains In the chest and stomach and all Rheumatic Neuralgic and Gouty complaints A trial will prove what we claim for It and it will be found to be Invaluable In the household and for chllaren Once used noiamily will be without It Many people say it Is the best of all your preparations Accept no preparation genuineSRNDYOURLINE PAMPHLET WHICH WILL INTEREST YOU CHESEBROUGH MFG CO 17 STATE STREET NEW YORK CITY 1 L of on of in or WRITE US A LETTER MISS JULIE FLORENCE WALSH Navy Station Union 2162 Sd Yf t W Y8 01 ii ti1 WOMEN SUFFER Many suffer in silence and drift along bad to worse ing well ought to have- ImmediateassLstance How do know who are and strong f The cause may be traced to some which depression of spirits reluctance to nervousness and sleeplessness iV symptoms arc bnt that danger ahead and un less heeded life of suffering serious the result The for nfl is 4j Lydia Pinkams Vegetable Compoundt Jjmade from herbs No other medicine in the has received such widespread and unqualified endorsement No cine has such record oi cures female ills tiiEsuffered from female illness which caused rdrendfufheadaches dizziness and dull pains In my back but your medicine soon brought about change In my general iI me up and made me perfectly well i Lydia B Vegetable Compound cures Female Complaints r such as Falling and Displacements Inflammation and Ulcers tion and diseases It invaluable in preparing for childbirth j o and during the Change of Life Itcures Nervous Headache 4 General Debility and invigorates the whole system Mrs Pinkhams Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female are invited to tiwrite Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass Her advice is freeSI fm SIoaJXSt LimmefttFor ThroatSlin Neckj theumatism aid NeuralgiaAt Price 25c 50c c IISloans Sent Book tree on Horses Cattle Hogs r Poultry Address Dr Earl SSIoarv I615 Albany Sfc BosfolMaSo of jrrIlii JJ j inevitablef a a i Sore FREE ifflHomesteads f h j t i SJl INS 1 r WESTERN CANADAJ f A S CY SpeCIal Trams Leaye urM rr1l6 fta tFOR a 1 f = Manitoba7 Saskatchewan and Alberta Homesteads klCanadianI r3raccompany train through to destination k I certificate entitling cheap rates Hterap ture and all particulars apply toS f HM WILLIAMS Law Building Toledo DhioK t5t Before You Paint This Springbear mind the fact that it costs you as much if not more your bnilding with inferior paints than it would use quality More and is caused by the use of poor paints than almost any other used for nreservinz or Buff lo Ajid Llaasd i are the highest grade paints made They contain the purest and most ladngpig menu ground Aged Oil proportion are honestly made cost v no more than inferior paints and stand every test for exterior and interior work Before you on the kind of paint use it will be to your interest to tend for our 1007 color chart the latest shades for modern uses also valuable inforaf and paint facts that you ought to know We zeani every owneroj a this locality who and rti4 t pins if name is received April 1st BUFFALO OIL PAINT VARNISH CO HrrALe HT There are positions open in the for hundreds of young melt between 17 and 25 age and for mechanics up to 35 of age Good pay and good food furnished by the Government For full address Navy Recruiting Post Office Building SUPERFLUOUS HAIR using oltiveIr N SFoB talus no pultun Causes no Irritation IxiaTts the II National TOLEDO OWl sore ne use Thompsons Water A N KE 19074 fYi 1 I women from know that many women perfectly well easily feminine manifests itself in anywhere 4Sor do backache dragging flatulency These warnings is a or a 4 operation is best remedy these symptoms E country other medi I condition ij i Pinkhams Backache organic is weakness IOO sensations f r1d 2i roJ 4 this For in to paint to paints of good ham dissatisfaction article bcautifvinrorooenty in linseed in correct decide to of ation sends Ia before years years information BulWloa ItaStctedwIth Eye anything there 1 oitiUinpin whrsameSsouvenrsilveni Thepinisneatanduthquelnappcaranceandwilbesentwitboutcbaxger CHKAG8nl GO TO SEA CincinnatiOhio womenB derangemept fVT Paints FARMS THAT GROW NO I HARD WHEAT 9 StzCythreePound to the Bushel Ate ilta ated in the Canadian West where Horn stead of Ito acre cam be obtained free toy even tetller willing and able to comply with the Homestead RegulatIons During the present year a large portion oi New Wheat Growing Tirritoiy HAS BEEN MADB ACCESSIBLE TO MAX KETS BY THE RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION that ha teen pushed forward so vigorously by ts three rail panicsthe great waycom Porliteratnre and particulate address SUPER INTKNDENT OF IMMIGRATION Ottawa Canada or the follonine authorized Canadia ir Government Agent hSH M WILLIAMS Law twUmf Toledo 04k Mention this paper I 1 Pains at the waist back front or side are nearly sure proof of female trouble Some other signs are headache pressing down pains irregular functions restless ness cold limbs nervousness etc These pains may be allayed the system braced and the womanly functions regulated by the use of Wine of CarduiMrs Annie Hamilton of Stetsonville Wis writes Cardui saved me from the grave after three 3 doctors had failed to heipme It isa good mecjicine Jand I recommend it to all suffering women For sale at all druggists in 1 bottles I Write today for a tree copy of valuable 64 pice Illustrated Book for Women If you neel Mtdml Mhvice descrIbe your symptoms stalIng anil will be sent hi sealed envelopes AMNtM LI b a Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tens i 1te k Si k = 4I 1I b t v ia t y flc 4 i ek IMWItUd li WIHfiSVliLE OUTLOOK ii OWtNGSVILLE KY 3 L 4I Tire OUTLOOKS subscription pT Yirtes are a8 followar s One year One Dollar CentsJhrce Mo commissions allowed nnrfvbody on rubscriptions Subscribers desiring a change d tf address should give previous1 Wddress when writing 1Qoriespoiiknth should always Jtlt tholr items to us not later than if possible when cut of stationery mention it on a r parate slip of paper News matter of general interS 4 cst is welcomed bring it to usI ithout delay if you wish it sorted t J v Advertisers wishing a change i r discontinuance of ad should 1 nforrn us the week previous to b i ti publication day 1 V Address communications to T JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville Ky THURSDAY JAN 24 1907 r 1us I + THE Court of Appeals said 6 xJudrre Carnes was the proper t juristto try the Breathitt ieud l tjases the public says Amen t VSTOM L JOHNSON Mayor of 1 Cleveland has earned his niche 1 in the Temple of Fame by secur 4 ing a 3cent street car rate for a 1 portion of that city a SAtt FRANCISCO Valpariasoand 1 Kingston have all succumbed to 4d r th power of the earth within less than3 Jquake a years t each city being practically 1 destroyed The only consolationS tothe surviving suffcr 1 itwscauzedbynofaultofthcir W J OLIVER and Anion M Bangs made the lowest bid for t the Panama Canal and t I j S will be awarded the contract Oliver is from Knoxville Tcnn IBangs is from the North They j will employ Southern negroes as 1 laborers Oliver and Bangs talk J v very modestly about itvyv ii AFTES March 1 there will be v but two U S Senators from r north of Mason Dixons line af Jfiliating with the Democrats t i r They are Teller of ColoradcJ and e vNewlanda of Nevada and they t probably in all essential respect me as much as ever they were That is what Bryan ism has wrought 1 f TILE train wreck continues a feature of distressingrj freiiuent vvxjiews Jlarcly a week pase v vithout some fearful chronicle 1i J the kmd 11 IS surely a r m cdy Perha iftl lcollrts vould itcateful1 fi th is opsibilit n i ilty iii4S ceo gel p f MR JWnwhose efti to W oil ct tho Carter count bonds issucg in ala 9tthe Lexington y113ig S51 dy r wluch waz pcv r built have extended oqer a l 6 eno of many years is said to f preparing to have the leaders Iof mobwhich took by force t tt2 from theoulicers the ds levied at1 Olive Hill for railroad taxes Ion d toappcar before a ederalli r t for contempt sr come will be watched with inter- 1est4 jY CORRESPONDENCE J 4 Upper Prickly Ashj 4 Mrs Martha Ann Swetnam t poorly for several days buti G e better now f I Mrs Roe Manloy is poorly i Johnson Stone has been pooryl some time His v ifeisbot 6 0 tier of her illness I d drS Della Stonewent to Mt Sterling Monday shopping J r Z Several from hereattenddthe 1 J Mt SterlingCourt Monday 4 t r- Forgo Hill t r fz + Mrs Eliza Williams of Nay a4- 4Y1 lorq Branch is visiting the lam VVtlhamskf one day 1Iastweek to visit her sister Mrs t iivH Williams 2 I r 1JamcsLyonsJr rfioved to the I vacant house on Mrs Jennie My ers farm last week 1 I 742 Mrs Fent Rice who left here i the latter part rpf November has Sn t bought a nice farm at 36 pe St icreand Wl1tes that she is t 1 3l i UCU Thtrecent heavy rains dida t great deal of damage in this vi 0 raI cirntyS t e The sleight of hanlsnow o at the i schoolhouse Saturday night was J tf1 largely attended 6 J 40 1 h t CrooKs dtson relntivfSrtJ i Sam Johnson boughtT J Per lr grams tobacco at 7c and Wm Hafts at sama price 4IJ J 31i J D Turley wIfe and daugh Btepstoneorpt th t 4Mrs Dave Gilbert and daugh t ter Minnie of Midland are vis I l1irerjV J Wilson visited his gamily at I 1r L Winchester from Saturday until Jr H1 H le Monday Mrsl Charles Crawford isonj 0 the sick list rfjt The rain seems to be over for rA H thepsentFi 4 h it If veral from hste attended rt2 irO J kcourt m Mt Sterling last Mon t Ott tr l f 11 1 1 ii f J 1tJD fr 16 YJi i t r i 1 tOI 1j P 6 tJtt J irf t jJ ltr It 1b tJ rii t t i If it1 4 v g 0 t 1 t Ir3 S 1AfOttot o I 9 t 0 rt btrt JIi itt t7r 4 of tflt L F 0 J t d 1 r it r fti Vyto h u M tytl1pltIW W George went to Loxing ton Monday on buziiiessiMiss Seropta friends here Sunday Thomas Thompson will move down below Mt Sterling soon Brother Carpenter of Step tone filled his tegular appoint acItivesiiWell wo were glad indeed to 530 te auihiiic once more IIS Win Svnits of Sour Springs viaited her sister Mrs Audio Swarts Saturday and Sun day Mis Martha Shultz and daugh tsr Miss Anna of Pond Lick visI ted her sons Clny and Clint here last week iIack Blevins moved back to his on upper Salt Lick one day last week Mrs Mary Thrasher has been sick but is better now Miss Bertha Swarts who had been sick three weeks is about wellIof her mother Mrs Lucy Hart last week has returned home listIMrs Clarks sister Mrs l Rothwcll Sunday at Crooks Mrs D R Swarts went to Ironton Ohio ono day last week to see her father Buck Belcher who is veJ sick and brought him back home with her for his health Mrs Clcll Coyle and children of Roes Run visited her mother Mrs J P Copher Sunday Miss Grace Turner visited her cousin Miss Cleirmie Jackson at the Olympian Springs Saturday and Sunday Miss Bertie Gault went to Ow ingsviile Saturday to visit her sis ter Mrs James Barnes Herbie Costigan called on his best girl at Crooks Sunday IRobert Gault went to SaltLicI last week to sex nhysician but has returned f w bvtter ands the guest of ii site Mrs J K Jackson 4 Stopstono- r JD Turk an1 fumJIjvof Preston spoilt Frid j rndSalur da here with his brxtwr thorn as on the old hom st d i Mrs Robert Nixon trd iK ren of Owingsville spcvt Stur day nnd SundayIr yisitir i uncle 0 Bn u Vtfe Olhadmonths with consumption died Thursday morning aged about 63 years She Had been a suffer er for many ycarswith differen- Scomplaii She was buried oi the old a QuizenbPrhome- stead jn amilv bur nng ground V tend svnipaihy to the bcrer1 family all of whom aiegrO l IJ L CamPbcil 1 Rusel1wa 5 several days Iat week visit lag G W Turley inu family on his way home from Louisville where he and his father were called to the bedside of Chas who was hurl while braking for the K I Bridge Co but wh was getting along nicely at las report 3WeU the past tin days was a breaker sure for this time of year was warm as sum mer and raining to a finish all the time and waters higher than ever before known this time of the year Guess all the fodder is rotten or will rot so that feed will be very scarce A cold wave struck here Saturday night and stopped the rain and now it is cold but stll cloudy hope the rain is over for some time Thermometer 33 degrees above John Viggmgtons daughter Mary aged about G years die last night of pneumonia We extend sympathy to the parentsLuther G Bittinger was rush ed back to work Monday with orders to work two tricks in the next 24 hours short ofmen Okla purchasedIJ M Gray and tenant R K Gray lOc George Gray lOc with 25 off George Gillaspie lOc Al lqn Gprrell lOc Several from here attended the funeral Of Mrs John McClure SaturdayThos Colliver wife and chilr dren who bad been visiting rela tives here during the holidays left last week for their home in Missouri J W Grain after an illness of three weeks is able to be out James Stephens and wife who vereJhreatened with typhoid fe ver are on the mend Mrs Bob Whitton is better of her illness Miss Bell Atchison who has been very low with p eamonia is improving We were sorry to learn of the death of Mrs John McClure Marion Battorf is on the sick list Well the rain has ceased a last Old people say the creeks have been higher here during this rain thanthey have been for evo enteen years K 1 ff ip I i1 t Ir t S t J i tf fS0S woO Salt Lick V Born to E A Kechc and wife a daughter a Glenn Wills son of Wen Wills s very low with pneumonia Riv F A Ramey and wife celebrated their golden wedding on Jan 9 Presiding Elder Ack man of Ashland was present and officiated Many substantial presents were received by the aged couple who are held in high esteem J I Kring of near Yale vie jjted ut Harry Wills over Sunday Miss Jessie Day of Olive HillI visited Miss Sallie Cuncliff Saturday and Sunday Miss Jalah Cassity ofYale visI ited her sister Mrs J E Johnson this week Mrs Emery Caldwcll left last Monday for her home in Charles ton West Virginia Mrs Alice Wcedon of Mt Ster ling visited her mother Mrs Sam Ratliff the past week Joseph Granger and Mr Irons of Cincinnati were here over SundayMr Walker of Cleveland 0 theIsome It rained almost constantly for seven days and nights and the water is very high Married Jan 20 1907 at the Residence of the brides grandpa Lowrey and wife Er nest Clayton of Morehead to daughterlJ A Ramey officiating The bride who is a handsome young lady was becomingly gowned in white silk with lace trimmings A number of useful presents were received and an elegant luncheon was served to the guests Those present were Mr and Mrs Will Clayton Mr and Mrs Charles Clayton Mr and Mrs Press Jackson Mr and Mrs Charles HorsemanMr and Mrs H Flood Misses Lucy Maze Jennie Clay ton Bettie Robbins Mrs Emmett Park Omar Warren Carl Vierton Mr and Mrs Clayton left on the 24 for their future home at Morehead The best wishes of their many friends go with them h Moores Ferry Well I suppose the rain is over for this time It eight days straight and Licking river has overflowed the bottom lands for over a week and not fallen but little at this writing Mrs James Jackson andchild fen of Farmers spent tho past week with her relatives ere Lafe f Tell and Fi rseman meinIrtetan L 1 V 0 James Snedegar lId Clyde Shrouta heiferfor 520 Wgtthe prices were from 5t to 5Jc per pound E C KImbrell and 0 PShrout went to lit Sterling Monday Wr Razor bought about CO head of hogs up hills the past week and did not get here water with them on account of high The mail carrier did not get to this place last week on account of high water beenther side Miss Eliza Otis and brother Clay who are attending school at Morehead spent Saturday and Sunday at home here Corn is selling at 60c a bushel hens at 8c a Ib feathers 40c a lb geese 55 and GOc each Irish potatoes at GOc a bushel eggs 30c a dozen and flour at 350 per cwt and a man can get 75c a day for common work It looks like a person could live fairly i well at those prices Slate Valley updWe had a waterspout about 7 oclock Monday night which did much damage to farmers It washed away the pike near the Itheseveral hundred dollars Ewing Conner lost about two hundred shocks of fodder and all his fencing near the creek be sides washouts and other damages to his farm All the other farmers on Prickly Ash suffered proportionately The Naylors Branch farmers also suffered The farmers on Skillet especially Sam Shultz were about cleaned up in the way of fencing gates watergaps and three or four hun dred feet of lumber and about a hundred flat rails besides and other fencing Butler lost all his watergaps John K Jones also lost some Ira Nester lost his mare by death and being the only one he had the loss falls heavily on him Miss Eliza Warner is very ill Mrs Martin Jones is about the same of her illness Mrs Enoch Sorrell is better S f Miss Almer Toy visited Misses Ida and Minnie Ulery near Forge Hill SundayS Miss Wynona Sorrell of Forge hill was the guest of Miss Lucy llery Sunday Tn account of so much rain wet Tailed to catch many items When a man wears a pjnk shirt and a red tie its a sign his wife js atopy visiting mother y l N f 7t i1J1L5Stbons Miss Snub e McDonald will teach spring tehn of school here Wni Mcjbiay of North Middle town was buying tobacco Its a good time to get on the NetIfull IHarrison Conn of Fleming rented a farm from Prewitt Young and will soon be with us again SidneyIvujomibiii s piiir ui iiOLtii auiiui Ion the Stoops farm catching rats l Ferrets are more severe on rats than Wedogstthe world but there is no doubt but what most of us will get leftThe dirt roads in this section have been made impassable by the heavy rains winItcryears Give some people a chance and they wont try to get any thing else The tobacco in this neighbor hood is nearly all stripped winteringbadly Nimrod Byrd is seriously ill Mrs James Gregory is visiting her uncle near North Middle town- Thos McQuithey of near Ju dy has been sick for some days We have noticed fewer renters than ever before at this time of year Every one seems to be satisfied with what he has andS some satisfied with what havnt Health and happiness are arti des not found on bargain counters iTom Warner was in North Middletown Sunday J T Morgan went to Winchester Saturday Mrs S F lAu is very sick with grip The warm weather has caused the poet to say that January has met May with a rose He could also add she bade him farewell with an icy stare The Court day crovd was again very small Monday It was a good day for Vluerful ness The rain last week did damage beyond mention Tobacco in the bulk began to heat v ri in the shock is ruined to rx tent fodder has rotted aiui MV in theL stack is thought to W n total loss January f will be used as a reference tablex fol yx Tii to come vicinity v svi ci yy al Jpi Ii od storm that Avould have pu aly to shame ihe wind blew hard and water i in tor rents Streams wer than they have been for i In Hinkston Valley mm lencing was away Hillsides venj badly Washed and other kmago beyond mention was don The tobacco sale ruo reported Wm McCray of North wn purchased E L Fassetts 15000 lbsT at llic and C H Jones 12000 lbs at 12c Hisle purchased onN 3 Youngs farm Bert Saunders 15000 lbs atllJcWM Kissitks 11500 Ihs at 12c and Will Kissicks 6500 lbs at 12c on Bridges Bros farm S F Deals 11000 lbs at 145 and 5c and M C Foleys 16000 lbs at13n and 5c Those are the highest prices paid for tobacco here during the past 15 years Hillsboro Rev B F Ecklar returned Fri day night from a visit to relatives in Harrison county J M Hurley is on the sick list C S Boyd and W B McGregor were in Maysville Saturday- C W Garnett is in Maysville this week John J Day of St Louis Me visited relatives here last week Willie Clark and wife left last Wednesday for their home at Ponca City Okla John M Denton sold Tifesday to Mr Russellof Atlanta Ga 3732f to Mr Russell of Atlanta Ga a pair of mules for 340 John S Crawford delivered his tobacco to Ratliff Bros at 9c Mel Rawlirigs delivered his to bacco to same party at 8c and Robert Wallingford at 7c The members of the Christian Church here have employed Eld er Thos B Howe to preach for them the second and fourth Sun day of each month for this year for 300 rerrheumatism Peytons Lick Born to Perry Tipton and wife a daughter verbillr James Williams is seriously ill with grip Perry Conyers and wife of Winchester are the guests of the latters father George Humph rey D C Tipton and Wm Kinkead sold their crops oftobacco to Wm McCray of North Middletown at 9c Rev G JX Wyatt of Lexing ugton has been employed to iS r j IrS J = irl JTi tkrl1lOuthpastor of Peytons Lick Church for the past live years Miss Virdie McDanitl returnedII to Bourbon College tel spending two weeks with her parents here j The public school taught by IIis3 Nellie Glover closes Jan 24 Miss Glover will probably teach a spring school here as she gave general satisfaction during the fall term Bethel Robertson Bros sold to Thos- Arnett the farr they bought of TJllman Kerns EnglishiD E Reid was in Carlisle Sat urdayChas Wilson Sr is on the sick list 0 E Evans is very sick at his home near here IQuite a number passed through see Licking river but it failed to get as high as it did in 18S4 Tillman Kerns T L Peters S W Evans A R and T S Rob ertson attended Court at Mt Sterling Monday W R Peters went to Flemings burg Monday Mrs Caddy of In dianapolis Ind is her aunt Mrs Joe Arrasmith Mrs Susan Vice of Carlisle is visiting her son Wm Henderson A R Robertson was in Louis yule selling tobacco last week CHIP OF TilE OLD BLOCK The young man felt that he was in love and wisely decided to con suIt his father in the matter Shes beautiful of coursei said the old gentleman after hearing his son and heirs confes sionOh father shes Never mind that interrupted the old gentleman I know all Good family One of the best in the city exclaimed the young man Why her father when he was alive wasItFather dead interrupted the old gentleman Yes Shes an orphan Urnwell thats no fault of hers Hae you stopped tothink how you will provide for her Oh but shes rich father exclaimed the young man joyful lyeShes worth 20000 in her own right The old man shook his head doubtfully Never marry a girl for money my boy hesaid Youll be sorry if youdo But father marry a rrf for non ey repeated the old gentleman meditatively It makes more trouble in the world than any thing else Buthe added suddenly brightening up if you can love a girl who has got money my son do itl I can father I can exclaim ed the young man JMy lam proud of you TidBits A WHOPPER Sir Thomas Lip ton at a dinner in Chicago praised Americas bigness I once heard hasaidHa Dakotan talk about the farms they have out there We have some sizable farms he said thoughtfully Yes sir pretty sizable I seen a man on one of our big farms start out in the and plow a straight furrow till fall Then he turned around and harvested back h Wonderful said I 1On our Dakota farms he went on its the usual thing to send young couples out to milk the cows Their children bring home the milk Wonderful J repeated Once he said I saw a Da kota farmers family prostrated with grief The women were weeping the dogs were barking the children were squalling and- the tears streamed down the mans face as he got into his twentymule team and drove off Where was he going said IIHe was going half way across the farm to feed the pigs said the Dakotan IrU It aint time for him yet was the replyS- HADOWES A man was going home to his wife and family It was growing dark His road from the station was a lonely one and he was getting along as fast as he could when he suddenly suspected that a man behind was following him purposely The faster he went the faster the man went until they came to a churchyardIfind out if hes after me and he entered the churchyard Vaguergrew upon tour of a splendid mausoleum Still the man was after him roundand round At last he turned and faced the fellow and asked What the dickens do you want What are you following me for i gchometo Mr Subbubs house with parcel and the porter at th tion told me that if Id foh1 pInerhvehome at all tcnighti1 Magazine A useful thing about fbeing thin is there is lVfor her pocketbook them carry their moncyl I LZ ii r 4 0 bq tjS 1 t = == = u9 I Marathon Thc Mystery Szorjr of ManIcdtczn IflBy BIJRTONE STEVENSON Author of The lIoUadcy Case IJ04 lJy lIny hotand Company Uheyro Kcarciln th house oh served Htgglns lit last with II grimace of disdain I tnnifti the keys ocr t titcui Much Ihiyll lindl Nobody there eh It was not real ly a question It seemed more a sign of polite Interest on Godfreys part I ought f kuaxv I told Via tboy wasnt nobody tlirre Aint I been here nil evenln cept fer that minute I run ncroat the street Nolody In nor out Vept theIr riot slum 7 oclock That was about tb time that there Thomp son come In too drunk t stand Hed never a Ot Imno In the world by hls relf but they was n feller with him iholdln him up Godtrey was listening with strained attention There were many fiueitions lie wished to ask but he darcJ not in terruptWell wo gt him upstairs atween us Au then when went through hU pockets 1 couldnt llnd his key an I hull t come down an git mine afore I could git his door open We laid him on his beil an left him tliero asnorln UUo a hog That feller vIm was with him was certainly a good sort lie set down here f talk t me awhileIt was rainin SD hard ho couldnt goau ho Bald hed run acrost Thompson down at Pete JIagraws place on Sixth avenoo Thoiupsan was trcatin everybody an aetin like a foal glnerally Then ho got baLI nil started t clcjn out the saloon an Iotc was goiu t cilha cop hut thl feller said hed bring him home an so he did Hlggbis stopped to take breath and Godfrey ventured to put a question Did you know him Xo I never seed him afore Wbat sort or a looking fellow s he A good looklu feller well dre3sel no bum I ken toil y that Ho was short an heavy set with a little black mustache that turned up at the ends Godfreys heart gave a sudden leap to Miss Croydou bad told the truUi afterallml then wht happened r he asked I suppose this fellow went awayOh yes he stayed here talkiu quito awhile he started t go onet or twice hut th rain was too bad But about oclock he said be couldnt stay no longer rain r no rain an was Jest buttouln up his coat when a cab ilrove up an a woman gat out She hall a thick veil on sos I couldnt see tier face but from her style I Judged she was a high tiler Sho come up t me an she says I went t go V apartment fourteen Mr Thompson Madain says I I wouldnt if I wrf3 you Why she asked quick like aint ho there ties there Fays I Jut he aint la no nditlou t ceo a 1y Never mind says sheitll gD Alt right tw Til be hack- lnnteLj riMl t my fdam sIcnn ult1 iuat lam 4tnu an ha stavJ tohjtrd th door Well goal night I srsys an stepped ItiJro fourteen UIIwas tao Uoad drunk t lamar her an Id have t tate bcrdown rjjln when blessed If lb door didnt open an hi she walked Well sir I was so dumfouutlcrcd I Souldut believe Ky own eyes But In Ii3 went an I come on down tryin t Sgger It out It was inebbe ten mlu ates later that I licaid a pistol shot an t kuowed In a isinute vhatd hap pcusd That dntckcu brute had got hiLwhy ehed go t his room at all Is moron I kin ses Was there only one shot askud Godfrey Only one answered the janitor but It sounded like a small cannon It didnt come from no secb little pop lUll as that which Mr Siuimonds picked up in tb corner I rushed up tb stairs an throw open th door Wasnt It locked No an thats funny too ho atdcl for I remember hcarin the lock snap iftcr th girl went In Somebody must a throwoa It back agln Mebbo th girl did It trjiu f git out an Thomp son got ahold of her an then she let Sim have It- Godfrey nodded with an appreciation leaning very deep Thats It no doubt be said ce youre a cloSe reasoner Mr Ills gins Why said higgins with a rmle of self satisfaction I alters liave been able l put two an two tgether llwys one thing though I cant explcai was rushin up thltclI3 I hreinl tW opcnln an Of a door tAh said Godfrey thoughtfu And there was 110 one In time ham Sot a soul not a soul in sight Are you sure of that Sure O course I am Theres light In th hall an anyway they aIC no place anybody could lIe might have gone hIIother rooms mightnt They was all locked thatifGodfrey took a thoughts two AT Well continued Hyp down a little but sUI over his shoulder 4 r throwcd open th v i lh girl baum r son on th flor on his shirt ff i I1t c tbrio niao telI I p Fif J c i t i itj t1 t 0 talrlyroamlnBimmonds calmly disregarded him Ive left a wan on guard in four teen lit auld Goldberg wants to bring his Juy around In the morning to look nt thliigs Heres your keys and lie handed the Jingling ring back to the Janitor ami went out Thoy aint no cause t suspect me janItorlila keys which he still held In his band Funny he murmured Funny L dont know when they went out Godfrey sold uathlng but contem plated minI through half closed eyes At that Instant the street door opened and a man and woman entered There they cene now cried lllg glns springing ta his feet Good even la Mr Tremalue Goad evening returned time stranger In a voice singularly rich and pleas ant I was jest nsayln t iuy friend lere added tho Janitor that I hadnt teen y go out Godfrey for ati Instant found himself gazing Into a pair of the keenest eyes lij had ever encountered You wished to set me isUed Tre rvalue Oh 110 no Interrupted Higgins nut th pllce was goln through tb bulldin Tlie POheeT Oh I forgotyou dont knaw that uiau Tliompsons been mvtrdcred He vni ti soot right acrost th hall from r I Murt11t How did it happen V Htgsins retold the story with some diction evidently enjoying his listen rsTjoiTor But Godfrey did not even glancevit him lie was gazing per haps a siade o nfnly for politeness at Mrs Tx ivnae And Indeed sho was a womr b fild any mans eyes Godfrey rair wondered that Mrs Trcmahic too n In the discus ilon She stooJ hI npatllUenJl not even noticing his s Ve When they tOld lie iti yM onc through your rooms tulUoi Jliggi I was kind o surprised I ran was at homo tnight We left the house Just ntu jclock tbat was the first that I know fourteen was occupied I could see a JgUt through the transom I didnt see YOU anywhere about Trcuialno iiftrtod forward Eldvator sir nskcd Hlgglns rcc been sitting all evening it tlinlevhlle and they went on ap tall leaving Gcdfioy staring Itre7 tnr ichliy He TJ 1 flirt lit j ut Joracthlag si iu the only clofll = tw iaTt ATlth wbat x t lfyKva In no hur 7 e wnteto think U ncn1 4Nt IIIglus ittcry Of aient lIe q Iit l fLsk1 aIt rc ect o linn r Ii maid IIIr oil7 lIiylh HOT jodfrey Of ci leers i Njt it4t f i 15S 4 L fff I l O rt = a Atts b iJtt I f friuciy you really rf It you fot backV I I J Yesterday ansxvelcdil r Icily Ut evidently roaiSscUgg y of Ixslug his temper reanasoifc t t himself 1 1nIt J rt tVSAu4 after rn absence ofiwo ar Come Jimmy pursued SinunonJa perj Buaslrcly what dill you do It for Jimmy relieved his ffccllugs bysomV vigorous swearing Say you might tell me tier name Id like to know who this posy Lj thatr a says I did It While she was about dont see why she didnt give you my o Address I dont think SIlO Las the honor of your acquaintance Jimmy You see sho doesnt move hi Just your circle L warn you her word will count more with u jury than ours and ilasraws together Well who q she I repeated Jiuroy jImpatiently r- SIics Miss Croydon sIsttr1ts or DIcUie Delroy lThe prisoners mouth tell open hI9 co fW11atThen his Jaws snapped shut f i Well Inquired Slminonti wLt h vc yon got to sayV JJmmyfulltmySot youro gain to t4 CHAPTER IV TIlIE coroners court was crowd ed as It always Is at any1 hearing presenting features i of morbid or sensational In crest and Goldberg with an In born love of the theatric arranged his witnesses so as to lead gradually to the climax time dcnouemrot UoIput tho janitor on Ihe ir int and then had Simuiouds tclJj etyyi Some medical testimony fltoretm as tuv j time eract nature of Thom iua In Juries and the bullet which liadbcoa extracted was put In evidence It was plainly much too large to have como from Miss Crbydoas pistol Finally Miss Croydoa herself was called A plittle gasp of delicious excitement through the crowd as sho appeared rnIlthe door of the witness room was n tidbit to touch the palates even the Jaded police repm1 Godfrey looking at her 10 came steadily forward to the stalI t bla heart warm with admiratin a seeded perfectly composefjrap1 f not perfectly at ease at least ai ned ffsons flUx woman of her position could bo In such a place Godfrey was pleased to ceo Drysille In closd at tendance and he nodded to him cn couraglngly MISS Croydoa told her story clearly I l and with an accent of sincerity tbcro vas no doubting It differed In ono nil from the story she bad toil the ff tit before Thompson h saljl had a lhClhe Intruder aad JinA fc lic tr ii f jstruff i flila I1 It fi ft nttv P 7 nono c any gti V v ssgii 4 but rlug Iii t5 ot fl Croy 2 44 tier eyes iItartcd fro i taarble i astoat 4vaL 4j r I r L i ii i is a t lt fS i SS 9 i 1 t 4 SS5 i z