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Pre acco- Tuesday of last week That pretty jvell for the 22d of J try- IJORRECTION The rnentioi- ind of Mon t If the marriage of Cole Stone to W IMr Emma Everman last week wife DrIf in me o mat t v t j Uriah Bud Power and not to X his brother Do kSIBc IttD EXAMINATION George if Castle Deputy U SroIt I V torofGrayson was here TI t l hisway to Fleming coun relat q 1 tyand cxgLmined three witnesses acco I in regard to the 1lIrs v a quor laws ttwithout findingI any incriniinating It t SU Op sop In Continental Fire Irisur lie 4 n J t PaYt n9ftS Nistpayinf at I t i Iu lsc i w i- S l I d 9 f tI I I Sv I s tp a I 4t1 ltv 0 I I t t 4 iC tt J o 1 4 rimekr r 1t 1 VJlter i j41 tl i FARMlf 113T1Totice of wj- S iillbc W aAi rmofth1 Farmqrn CopIRel on i 0 clQck arep m foyotJUrposeoiL eJectmgEId J State and jI11OnFebru eJd oat y 2u nteAJ who with V- YouVor thLimeetln present at and J estc3 0 rrl1IrARDGrnaELL Prea- ived t Joved 7 If J ft t G RABBIT I1uct- b h 4 r on partyofmen and f f I I in n 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better of a us The w P Conner Jr attended iest Court at Mt Sterling some days past week C reSbegiyRay Patterson of Winchester Way after a visit to relatives return our home Monday that Mi Ousshas ueenIities of Licutrell tive Mo was gucs ititer Emily Bradbury Wednesday 0aires harI d b her niece Miss er wioesollnui S1 Mi Ondayher uncle Ztfl1 at Mt SterlinggreaJ H Taulbee and wife at thedSunday of Miss Cora Kelly highrLexington Friday in BrlecthempaniedMotie Jcaver isl1Iwho had been in delicate Ii urne years was at the I acute i ness und tkandon the it five tT 1 Ten i J Jlh t1 ughInhlcl1IcQ J1cand v reared on SaJtTCreeK this countrn arned when ICLwLindsay Williamson altdncro Slate Furnace dunn r of the of herhusbndSiIIc die m November an f1859sheth her to novecl urce IrenwereboindlthQJ a union one inThe surviving hildreiiare aMY arja D mtldl the w fonowingchildren Rebecca Juljqichard c1c Insti the pher Melvina wife of Christo Re her Sophia Samuel whoyoung Elms and FrancIS All has and talc Francjof Creek Th Mrs Williamson h was member of the Methodist ci iur1othcvIiiJi united whenng She as gOV Impenjoyedei her neighbors and Iy her friends She vas pIOUS the mot of her riends icoud days She Waslovig Woman and the Tsonand ash CLLHk wealthltJanter hnve mplr inmuni Joss ing Hnu1IARlIllTAGEDEADmtE years died of Is the tfterayay at upper Salt Lickground She was a buryes LrurnbowIfe or Mr sec gathers l nuallyihethesympathyof many frt I qas gr kingsCOS TED POOItIIOUSEJ0 Ii n creIg1 tIfarm nty Edward Saturday and a yearthe to He con Jly of chIto gatingpauper in excess ofumbcr spendsfQf wentyonc dol Ing ofYear 9r pa y thecousamo mont O Pl1ce thn fiftythree each n year U Jn1 ThetoaiintudIf r j Ii l 4j 1liiiit1fitW W- mtt I r J qik hiiPE1s r ceived h t i moth xlii1flertElr of Christian given rcn or Ovingb die recently at her sons home at Eustis da She was known to some Astor ur people from having stayed this th her son while here so a The budding crocuses lilacs G other ambitious plants out of Vanl- S were checked in their cole orV premature spring the W 0 8nhv u frozen weather ly devi the farmers in re ing t fencing destroyed ru the frc 4hWEALTH JF UNITED STATES oui United e the countrji nt dd wealthlol L Oits p brief span infant nation of Oui s accuIg cords relating tpth tion of riches ar v vrtjiifc nning to think in r vu of minions Take alone thanyouaffluence outstrips an has ever been known 11 v r country has more age money more gold a larger volLjitexports greater richer farms more lrOc1Uc Ann railroads nor 2 innalmaniorindependent farmers mo lypaid laborers and a gre rival distribution of the htixuI dom riches rope andrtime began war e day last October Uncl had gathered into his monflohouse in Washington test amount of gold ever a lected at one place in the hist e worldgoldreprcscntJ 871893899 This was watermark We had t o e s goldjinain that purseproud J tress of the seas who bow sun never setting on 1- 1ls j What thoughts this ment must have raised f v d of the sclfopnonajf r I x The largest receipt CVQ greatest tfrjj v ertaken in history A present Trea ie United States ChY t into offlce t iS4H Lobto I g e- Irq 4IasttceJ3ett l R9elrCarn icr cans l f1t and Clarki and sL havesom ald whole bill ketleft rno ey ie unitedi4tC3 IS ii IV t a tyfmSaeaionithflavv shveubue ct ofv vesting uait we 1r not 8j rd is shown h itheour yIovf gWOlP n spept Behundred Uf n doJIu monds f9 diaar dringthe l tign lamit Weare so r1i In of Wlbhadh year IS equal tiroa d grl- wlfet JC nt to supporfaU sum JPr nai es In see VjdUalJeddIedKIngs ra1 aU theand X- Utnore oee nccOllectively 01 IS 1 aYe a greater lncomeJliving man 1Surfcrninen1ossible to separate stnction could b uncle D eLf undoubtedly m J th andr show Russiani is the accumT r centurieSOJJ monaro the Czar AJth from the State a year his bu are so the CorrgoFrc t t it is es In five Senator CIa is at least eat The j6Fi ore tharUi vill take mont VII re anEjagaj il lists with ir 900000 more mo ev f Institutes fhibrarieslind an whole rand can comniSKing of i QI wth 8 OPQ f i Ht 1 t i r 4 e JIa1 jit e is poor compared with Pierpont Alorgan Alphonse King of decjident Spain is 1400090 a year to provide the Style that should surround a ling but Col John Jacob c ild easily outsquander y Iful monarch if he felt clis Coism a1innual deerbiltready money at their Germanys Emper havforo one of a dozen more of millionaires are wealthier jy of the remaining the world who might be to t reotalest foriresocchiSin America We have a us and millionaires New York has more wealthy citizens foretersburgFul o lIefs and we possess onethird abecuratemonetary strength shows that we fenye proportions of a worthy of all the rest of Chisten combined No wonder Eu stewouldiwe horlcdatgrof07COO000Or rtothoA ht JpaJ the instant jfe the amount ilI dICiigto4 ir f 1 fr ttt1 0 fRusj1 piaJc Sams he could a t I I 11GmG TtuV JJrel 21d thSaeq 4 lic4ifec rrn riyQ e c siotJlpe a mnJVhenwe un th is couItrjoJI jor nelthiyanjnp1wggenngiors ari aU tl aore wonder racr weoverwhich v d Put by the r treofin5entweg inrecaiiob1d p Lthi m in i re f the alus tf a Fewpeo 6 exas is now pro rt1i of the cotton vorld re than a half bil run the machinery Government last i the final balances he taxes collected In twentyfive mil Iiexcess of the ex h our treas with wealth if d pass an inher such as the Presi le bulk of thefor millionaires would ert to the Govern such a law the ould receive about dollars from the tate alone THis ontrol swollen for ng them revert to Id give us funds to schemes for pub its as would dwarf tentious creations ers of history national wealth has higher than the the most sanguine timists To what ret go the most as tng cannot conj c look to the course e lest we become riches and go the sars who fell into count ofthe hoards about them c that we shall al ar no victories but e for no territory a for no sovreign sovereignty of our e can go on amass astill adhere to th cei ret1yGoddhcj r beckoning light aid we wifl c0ntinue to be the most favored and envied of all the children of inCourierJ Presidentto allkeepmade more difficult by his habit of having certain newspaper fri sh deavingord haealminded of the old story of the hatunewho showed himself most pr moosingsec wondallotted e the old man to aim their The soldier came first noticingthatou oroveas to intercept every drop of rain coming toward him and after a w moments he entered the dryTha and was about to declare this son thc wi upppedwould show them his skill A rseman was observed in the tanco coming toward the house a hard gallop The shoer steppingtrse and put four shoes on his without interrupting his inThismarkable than the first ce and the father wasabout declare this son his heir when e third son the barber lold them to wait for a minute Step ng from the house he encount ered a hare running past Inn thirof the animal And the barber Won The White House barber is almost as skillfulab ar incitagobands i Daudet paid Mrv Mansfield 99kcalledArtists ctor the niLeI and poet are tormented Ily their better ies But hi4 it never occur d fJ youth tthv is ariOthcilV + theiiueistiri J Ieo tt I rnetinies do grrtt c the selves M 1 have a friend a playwright instKet at dinner Darling ItAnnot begin the isgen that ours was a bigamous d illegal marriage My real ife with her three children is ving in Denver Oh ohP cried the lady She n distractedly from the room Calm yourself the play right shouted as he put down a knife and fork and hurried a That rea1l tuee villian makes to the heroine my new play and I wanted to metc would take it No GENTLEMAN ExSenator Billy Mason is quoted as tell in tegNorthwest some years ago by a congressional committee comprising several Senators and members Among the number was Mr Mason himself While in Montana says Mr Mason he was much struck by the strength of character and manliness so characteristic of the men of that State The commit forsevcraldaysIy a manner of thought and action acquired in the rough days of prospecting and poverty had in no wise been altered by his acquisition of great wealthWhen the time came to say good by the miner grasped Masons hand which he shook with great fervor Senator tt said he we like you here Youre an Eastern er and a public man but youre no damned aristocrat Weve taken a great fancy to you Mason because youre free and easy and no gentleman In fact youre just like uslltHarpers Weekly ALDRICH ASSENTED In Baiteydrich hisI This foible led an unusually ener getic Boston bluestocking to refer to him in a caustic style on an occasion as effeminate When a friend told him of her grimlySol compared to her- SAVED TIME Elmer had had sleepierboyas his mother finished undressing him he said Mamma I said my prayers on the way upstairs so as to save time tj I AA f TWAIN SEES MONARCHY IMARK Mark Twain in his au phy discusser Sere on ta speechtheernment He says as regards the monarchyHuman it is I suppose we must expect to It dr byiscannot change our nature we are alike we human beings and our blood and bone ineradi cable we carry the seeds out of which monarchies and aristocra worshipzofgaudsics ve to worship these things and eir possessors we are all born so and we cannot help it We somebodytonot be content In America we anifest this in all the ancient d customary ways In public e scoff at titles and hereditary ivilege but privately we hank er after them and when We get a chance we buy them for cash and a daughter Sometimes we get a good man and worth the price but we are ready to take him anyway whether he be ripe rotten whether he be clean decent or merely a basket of noble and sacred and longde gethimchaffs and scoffs and privately thehonoron us We run over our list of led purchases every every now and In newspapers and discuss them and caress them an happyLike we worship money and the possessors itthey being our aristo cracy and we have to have one peonletime keeliseven leave out a football bull fight now and then to get room for all howaccordingto Woman Fell Down Cellar Not thethewhen the woman is not rich but no rich woman can fall doWrt eel and we not yearn to know all out it and wish It was us In a monarchy the people will Tkeare riot humilat d by the reflect ion that this hunjblo and hearty homage gets no return but con tempt Contempt doesriot shame them they are used to itandthey recognize that it is their p Hikey and quickly learn to iake that attitude toward hes irms j + 4qthj Moreover It urn uecn vecF Strvf 1m we get the attitude we go on and roq1ggerateit presently becom g more se vilethari tTe natives stepisand democracies All of whichp natural for we have not ceas to be human becoming e beings by Americans and the human race was intended to bo governed by kingship not by popular vote I suppose we must expect that unavoidable and irresistable cir cumsttances will gradually takeaway powers of the States and concentrate them in the cen ial government and that the republic will then repeat the history of all time become a iflweand steadily resist them the mon a wforageodhileview The large redfaced Woman who was acting as chairman being in some doubt as to what the talkingutes were in favor of rapped on the table and asked What is the sense of this meeting There aint any5 said a little man who had slipped into the hall unobserved iiGE FIRST MBHTIN Of Creditors in the District Court of the United States For The Eastern District of KentuckyIN TappBankruptTo the Creditors of Dawson Tapp of Owingsville in the County of Bath and District BankruptNotice that on the 16th day of January A D 1907 the said Dawson Tapp was duly adjudged a Bankrupt and that the first meeting of his cred itors will be held at my office in Owingsville Kentucky on the 9th day of February A D 1907 at Uoclock in forenoon at which time the said creditors may at tend prove their claims elect a Trustee and attend to any other business relating thereto R1 GUDGELL BankruptcyOwingsville H C Gud ell Atty 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Intellectual force in the Jxfth She has made readingJ actter sort popular within her ro cf Influence and there are subjects of human Interest upon ch she baa not formed an Intclll opinion It Is not that her orl t iU jCducation was any better than s liijJsbandB but that she has had tttf tluce to supplement It or vents has taken more time t way cases it is opportunity which vtho wife the better education Igher culture The husband Is S Iy manipulating stocks or hand v jhi8 business that he has no time 4 ntal force for the study of art A feading of good literature or the t ilton of a musical taste His v on the other hand Is put by his I V rts In so happy a financial posi n that she enjoys considerable Jelsure and she spends it on mental Culture Instead of taking an empty a course of afternoon functions ant lkooping up to the latest thing in fart ion and gossip Europe is full of 1 traveling tourist wives who are both interested and Interesting touching v all that makes up the culture of that f continent while their husband will S only run over occasionally for PS curl osltlea and amusements For iie vast I i majority who cannot go to Europe there Is tho home culture of the li i brary V v Rubles and Diamond I Heirs to the dream of the alchem I ists who sought to transmute base metals into gold many scientists to day are strIving to unite thecl1eap iCelements which make up precious Stones and so build us jewels while we walt TheoreUcally the task Is I smple Practically the difficulty of counterfeItIng that welding point of ieat land pressure which existed when the molten earth was cooling Is p t y rygrea Apparently It can be 4 4 Whoever fuses alumina with 3 C11ro1flumoxldeln the oxyhydrogen Siq Iame may obtain a veritable ruby q c Z The diamond Is a tougher opponent 4 t 2but Molsaan points out the road to p a 4k t iCceas By saturating molten Iron j s wibt rb6n in the electric furnace at omjjteajperature of 3500 degrees and- thea saadenly cooling the mass he BdsKsed the premura necessary to 4 1fYsta1K3e tee carbon and obtained TBute biit real diamonds Lately V SfeviadrewiNebte obtained a worlds 9d teiewsr ot 5200 s t v 1fre the pressure t c i4Ite exploded t of lronoandlnthe r Vxploslon chamber S e found In them b will be Jn tlie iA ttt4re ad ol theai precious t C iecmsOf He of geac s the 6 irls uU c wKll witt the Bandar Itil r w4mnuj Will have q pjggMtces are decttttul at times iiersliioa persea who is sup r eaekave had say A 1iitMeeeofUle sort of lateA4 e iaa WS took poiaoa woke up and twrtwtaxer iwi to be so j a rA wui supposed to be dying j yewTlwk hospital Jumped out of bdid trtiipped another nan A 7 K ttcity after her husband I 8 teraadeiber aasbaad think wWd d so that he wouldnt t riaIi KtjournaUst has founded u e h qc g jclHb It Is i spacious anti Rt balding irtUh a garden and s p a IMbhoww where games of all k1d t LArovk2ed There Ja a Punch and H4yi MW with a cafe where sweetsr 1s1tes fflllfc sad various kinds o t are sold to members r 1I 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Author W 8 Edto- njturo he Sc Authority Joshua 15 1319 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 9 0a9 SERMON ETTEa5 This story of Othnlel and 5 2 Achsali Is one of the many 2 o beautiful romances found Incx Gods Word True marrIagesw 6 It has been said are made Insx heaven and certalny the Bible Q gives evidence In Its record ofA5 the human race of Gods Interest 5- Q and share In the closest tieg5 whIch can draw two hearts and s I 9o lives together that of mar 9 6 rlage 5 2 It It evident from Gods 9 6 spoken word when he createda9 man and woman he gave them 9 to each other that he intendedt 2 them to be one In thought and 6 purpose and aim that to so Ca2 bear lifes burdens together 9 and most and best of all estabn2 lish the home and raise a fam 9 lly about them S But5 too many men and wom 6 9 en of today have drifted far 2 5 rom the Divine thought and 6 9 plan for the wedded life Thee6 unhappy homes and the records 6 9 of divorce courts hear their sads6 witness to the havoc which ael 6 2 flshness and sin have wrought g No longer does there prevail the- o 0 same sacredness to the mar 5 riagep vow Engagements are a O a 2 thoughtless diversion a momentary 5 o 6 fancy to be entered 9 2 into lightly and to be cast aside 5 p and broken ruthlessly If whim Q 2 or caprice so prompt Marriages arep hastily contracted or with X that shallowness of purpose 6 3 which never so much as enter 2 tains5 the faintest Intention of 6 9 home making and the rearing of a family 6 9 And when the very thoughts 5 and purpose of God Is thus ruthn2 lessly and sinfully cast aside 2 6 and man and woman enter into A 2 relations which are not sane 5 fl 6 titled with holy purposes and 9 2 desires what can be expected of p 6 the ultimate outcome 9 it2 has been said and well S p said that the greatest danger 2 2 which this country faces today O is the destruction of the home g e life of the nation What can 5 be the stamina of the coming g generation of men and women p If they are not to have the nur 5 ture and training of the pure o home atmosphere How the 2 moral standards of the coming 9 men and women must be lowered 5 If they are reared In the 9 fetid atmosphere of all kinds of 5 social excesses and frivolities 0 and are cursed wIth the decrees 5 of the divorce courts But It not 9 so where God has a share 6 In the romance and joins two 9 hearts In living helpful lunlon 6 QooooooooooooTHE tTHE1 returned with his men victorious tram the assault upon lebron was his young sand beautiful gbtel Achsah She hid been the last OBCtobld him Bpeetiaa he had d4p rie on t o ezpetdlUpn against the strongwalled city of the sonS of At akandher Words of faith and assurance that God would give him the Dietary had cheered astrengthened him in all the fierce conflict of the days that had followed and while hi luyLJiact waniD1L w alhad kept for rn tnat morn ing had gone out along tlA pathway which led from her hmi to the knoll which looked put over the ValleythtOuihwhich her father would pass It had been five days now since his departure and shtfTelt fee must return that day torfio had said as he waved her a last goodby that he would be back surfely In four days and here the fifth day was near ly naif goneACan it be that dlsastdrhas come tohlmt she asked herself aa she looked put across the valley and sought to penetrate the rugged path way ta t led up Into the rocky heights where Hebron was situated No ehe exclaimed half guiltily because of the doubt that had crept Into her heart No that cannot be for Ldtd not God promise him this city as an Inheritance He tarries that h mayWlnayet greater victory Be he will surely come today she add ed as she settled herself at the too of a rock comfortably and gave herself up to joyous anticipation hadIo Joshua she had felt soemwhat rebel lious that such dlfflcult portion should 8heLhadaskedgive you inheritance In the fruitful valley of the Jordan You have Ifougbt hard and served long In be halt of Israel is it not time that ai easy portion were given ouT An- iher father had drawn her close to hi aide 1dbad retold to her lltbe thrilling early history of Terael How as one of the spies he hactderJared that they were able to overcoMs th strong city of Xnaklnv and tat God had promised that city and the coun try round as his Inheritance An do 1 need an easy portion he ha exclaimed while yet my vigor is un abated and my courage still strong and he bad stretched himself to hi full height and had drawn her up In bia powerful arms and held her laughingly before him while he de manded answer And she had looked into his eye and bad caught the spirit of his cout age and faith From that moment she entered into his plans for the ex pedltlon against Hebron and had been as We have said the lost one to say goodby and she was keeping her vigil Jhere at her lookout post as she called It that she might be tb nceiT11eJ y was a wit tint many of his sayings did Jiot get Into print Several years aJQ Lord Clonmel brought to the UHlted a string of racers and at tIre GIoeeot the season Phil Dwyer Mat a dinner at Delmonlcos Dunn was one of the guests and near the w2nduwscall c upon to peak iI LrdDunn piously ejaua Jab M JM lOt on his feet but this Is I ifeatoountryi I was a poor Irish fuul mr mother God blew a r t l iJy t7tb C i jt Y f e Jr st ilo ono of nC A ipun in difficult v v than he Yes site a vrter a few moments pause 1i not been for his enthusiasm unit i father would not have had onor men to carry out the expedition Is so strong and noble and brat and she gave herself up to happy re erlo from which she was suddcnl aroused by tho note of a horn and looking up quickly sho saw coming the valley below her father nd his warriors Springing to her feet sho spedI down the and ftlaspedard to meet her while his iiieiictood watching the happy toclisahYes daughter and I would havoit tanotinAndn this second stronghold of tho enemyo nd how its capture was necessary before they could enjoy the fruits of- heIr victory over IlebronsAchsah pursed up nd loCouldot I know that God was with youtCannot I be brave at home while youg re bravely fighting the enemy he asked resentment and disappoint ment sounding In her voicevWell spoken my girlrtho father I am tempted to go back even now and layriege to tho city What say youtmen ho asked turning to his mencA look of disappointment passed over their faces I4t these words forgwere nil eager to get 2fthe look and then glancing at his daughters animated face n sudden inspiration came to him and turning o his men he jald He that smltheth Kirjathsepher w and taketh It to him will I give Ach ali my daughter to wifeiInstantly a half men sprang forward and as Achsah stole a shy glance over her fathers shoulder shetaw that Othnlel was among the umberhdays which followed hicthledgeo another Oh it could not be for there was no more daring andsbravo a fighter than he And she prayed that fortune might favor his lfontsUthe meantime Othnlel nerved by the memory of that shy beautiful face pushed forward restnIng neither day nor night as he gainIngThis he succeeded in doing and when he had thrown open tho gates of the city he found his brethren ready to cityAndher vigil again at the lookout post Othnlel overthrew the city and turned his face homeward Acbsah saw him coming at the head of his men and after the first swift glance of Joy she fled In maidenly modesty towards home but not Caughtthsunlight anti running swiftly by n short cut he reached a point in her pathway Before her Aftf love you cannot escape me Tie exclaimed as he sprang from his hiding place and folded her Inbisarms Ob how you frightened me she cried I thought you were back wUh yourmen Btfi h5whr i e rejoined wiJj a Jaug Twas thus J captured Kir Jathsepher and tis thus I have taken fhoe Believes In Army Y M C A Lord Roberts has interested him armyYJust indorsed in these words I con sider that these associations are doing a great service to the army that their methods are thoroughly prac tical and fully serve the purposes for which they are devised namely to afford tho men an opportunity to occupy their spare time reasonably and to their own advantage Onward Thank God a man can grow He Is not bound With earthward gaze to creep along the ground Indlowgrowt burn dim The torch he lighted may In darkness tallt to rekindle It avail But high beyond his dull horizons rim Arcturus and the Plelads beckon him Florence Earlo Coates In Atlantic Officeholders Gratitude In Korea A Korean who was appointed tax collector by the late Minister of Yi Keuntak has determined out of grati tude for this great favor to repair tho ministers summer house at consider ablo expenseKorea Dally News 1Nation Being Educated tbechlldrenance Is compulsory between the ages of aretltaughtlish A Munificent Gift Amedthe Youn Mens Christian Associa tion at Buenos Ayres to start a build Sing canvass Womens Opportunities No class of schools in the United States Is wholly closed to women antis as far as Individual institutions are concerned more of them exclude men than women Methodists of Canada The Methodist church of Canada re ports an increase of 25822 members In the last quadrennium The prose ent membership is 317717 hardly had the pennies to bring mover and here I am sitting cheek by Jowl with Lord Clonrael Why m friends when 1 was a Tiftperary lad I couldnt get near enough to his lordship t hit him wid a shotgun Duni- could get no further The whole party Lord Clonmel Included fell out of their chairs with laughter Naturally a girl would rather be beautiful than h Intellectual There are more stupid men in the world than bIIndones j 4 4 tHor2 i jJjl I tt i l 1 A 1 I y ICES r injuries at Not i ian 26FroJ- wss camo with tiistantly killed and a lg recognized as the b ifi on wheels was totally on the OrmondDuytoua It was the closing event of what up that Limo had proved rather a sen meeting The experience was iehi as few of the thousands of specta rs who witnessed the same would care to have repeated It was a happen g which sent a thrill of horror run from one mill of the course to the ther The wonder of It all Is that Marriott was not Instantly killed Marriott anti the Uug had Just J on what was his third and- owhat proved to he his last attempt tower his onemile record Ho had gone three miles down the beach from he starting point in order to get a ood start As he came acres the marl was going like a veritable whirl ind To all appearances ho was going ell and fast enough to get within the The front of tho hood was seen to ise up slightly and as tho frail craft ook a slight bump the torpedoshaped ar Jumped high In tho air the hood up like the mouth of an alli ator Hardly a second was the car in the air and yet it Jumped along fo 0 yards That was long enough for he wind to take and blow the craft sideways making It unmanageable When she struck the cround tho car rolled over several times and then broke apart the boiler going Into theater for some hundred foot tho en ino going inland and the whels pin ioning Marroltt to the ground Marriott was picked up and carried into the clubhouse Here medical at- ention was plentiful Marrlot was- onscious throughout the first thing o asked being How Is the car He seemed to have no fear or anxiety for Nevertheless he like the thousands ere were decidedly relieved to hear hat no bones were broken He was severely cut about the head and face ome four or five Inches of tho scSTjJ being torn from his head He com about his back troubling him nless Internal troubles developo Mar riott will unquestionably pull out ofI his troubles although the doctors will ot give any decided opinion for theI next 8G hours AT FULL SPEED Freight Train Went Through an Open SwitchFireman Killed Norfolk Va Jan 6A wreck ocr curre on the Seaboard Air Line railroad at Boyklns Va when fast freight train No 21 bound from Portsmouth to Hamlet N C went through an open switch and running into a sid ing was derailed after colliding with freight cars standing on the siding Fireman Walter Colley of the Inglne drawing train No 21 was cauT ootii under the wreckage and kl1 edElRlneer William H Capel of pots mouth and Brakeman Joe Johnson colored wer seriously injured Tbe wrecked frelt train wall moving at nearly 50 jnC B an hour and the en gina was completely burled under the debris A car load of horses Just be hind the engine lrnn3r Tniilu lV nrTTforset eln Two other ur ads of he es next to the engine scaped unhurt RUDOLF KCEflihER THE ARTIST Prevented Frof Killing His Wife by His 10 Daughters Yonkers N Y Jan 2C Intoxicat ed and In a Jealous frenzy Rudolf Koerner artist and sculptor who designed the loving cup presented td Admiral Dewey upon his return from the battle of Manila attempted to murder his wife by cutting her throat with a razor at their cottage In Sherwood Park a suburb of Yonkers Two of tho daughters of the couple who were In the adjoining room were attracted to the scene of the encounter by their mothers screams and while one kept Koerner from making a fur ther onslaught on the woman by beat- Ing him off with a cane the other ran out and summoned Policeman Lyons who arrested him Shot Teacher and Two Pupils Blum Tex Jan 2GA3ron Duncan 14s11Ot his schoolteacher and two pupils with a shot gun The boy had been whipped for throwing spit balls He Immediately ran home got his gun fired through the schoolhouse window with the above results Threatens a Revolt Havana Jan 2GGuards have been sent to Santiago de Las Vegas where Gen Arencibia Is disputing the author ity of the local officers has threat ened an uprising Trouble is said to be inevitable unless the government takes prompt action She Didnt Like Him Pottstown Pa Jan GJohn Lui Hart aged 13 was found hanging In the slaughter house at Stowe near here His act is attributed to a playful remark by a ilrl companion that she did not like him Convicted of Killing Newspaper Man Minneapolis Jan 2GJohn P Quirk draws a prison term for the murder o W A Dawdell a newspaper man Os tober 7 last The Jury after deliber ating 52 hours decided that Quirk t guilty of manslaughter in the first deI gree Entire Crew Were Drowned Constantinople Jan 2GA coal laden ship name not ascertained trad- Ing between Songuldak and Ercgll on the Black Sea founder il In a storm Sixty workmen were going to Eregll and the ships entire crew were lost Train Was Derailed Topeka Kan Jan 2C PassengpJ train No2 eastbound from California to Chicago on the Atchison Topeka rand Santa Fe Railroad was deralle- at Stafford Kan Nine coaches Id the track No passengers were seri 1ously Injured Fought Standard Oil Co for Years Now York Jan 2C Patrick McGoey president of the Columbia Oil Co Is dead at hs home in SL George Staten IslanJ For many years Mr McGccy foagnt the Standard Oil Coc0 II4i rAr i i 41 R COlKLE MET DEATH OH A TFSTLE TOOK A FAREWELL KISS AHE TRAIN APPROACHED WL Cody of Man Hurled Into st Womans Remains Found OnA f Trestle Projections Philadelphia Jan 28Wlth a fai well kiss aud a last fond embrace ai V unknown couple awaited certain death on a traction trestle between Camden and Gloucester City The calmness with which they stood in front of an oncoming anil swlttly moving trains seem conclusively to prove thatI suicide pact existed between themI The woman wan oung pretty richly gowned and wdre much Jewelry ande diamonds Tho man also young was well dressed aid evidently refined There was nothing which would lead to their identification It was the train from Atlantic City In charge of Motofynan John Brudene of 44 Pennsylvania street and Conduc tor James Curtis ofGG Steven street Camden that struck the man and woman The train wits somewhat late and it was going at a fairly good rate of speed when the bridge over Newton creek was reached Motorman Bur dens first intimation of tho presence f thin man and woman was when the headlight of his car Revealed them standing in tho middle f the bridge At first they faced the train but while tho horrified motoraan looked they turned clasped one another firm ly kissed and then awaited for the ter rible Impact which followed a moment later As soon as the train could be stopped the motorman and conductor ran back The body of the man had been hurled Into tho stream and Sta1 not recovered The womans remains were found lying on the projections tho trestle wark and were takers to tuo Camden morgue to await identification Coroner Fithian made a brief examina eenfracturetlmarks on her body Sho was apparently about 25 years of age five feet tall and weighed fctbout 125 pounds She was attired In red plaid suit wore a fur boa and a Jack velvet hat with long ostrich f her- On her left hand was a plain gol 00 ding ring while about her neck1n dant from a chain was a gold v on the case of which wero jg J C The case number 45tfrheand the works 6446225 evl dently a woman of A REMARKABLE CI Swallowed His Qe diet N x I Deca swallow i verdict c quest hel E Thomai V man who i the machli c nearHana5 the cony I In atth cndt St tbftJ 1 ti f v sv coi ve r 01 t co 0 Wel of Wllilnsburg me boOt in the utter ii Perrys Intended call l Notify alra of the fell dead Sat t 1ho t i my life This o V rating air isnt itr said I response to the lat4 jr5health He f then Jtand Immediately sank t 7cia l Husbarst Wife Took Potion Detroit a r n2Mr and IMnJ Thon Thompson were found dead locket i each others arms in their room 1129 Champlnfti street by the landlalft They had committed suicide brakingtrychnine Thompson for some time ant it Is believed that lack of money and be rospect of being evicted drove the man and woman to end their lives Little Is known of the couple here Esldler Kills IConirade Waslthgton Jan 28hshooting affray occtrred a roacj e near Fort Wnsblngnn 15 miles from here l w 1WlUlamS WIrebarger of artillery killed 1ney of the 17th C dispute regarding shooting Blows Hi Mlllvllle N J graphing to Moi Maurice river to and take charge i railroad office Cha i his shotgun av r going to a swamp Two Killed Butler Pa Janc10 was killed and Is fattally Injured I bailer explosion house near Chlcon ulator caused the Less DangeriMemphis Tenn fas to the levees Ii considered favorab tlclpoted stage of seceded It is believe will result from the gauge registered 33 Holding t Olean X Y Jan gave out this bnllo Governor higgins Ipassed comfortab the last 18 hours ha has held his own In Captain arid New Orleans L probable loss of th D H Morris 1148 dwas en route from tport was reported U i andhls crew of 151 here on a gasoline I Crushed t Tampa Fla Jan x Lark one of the the Sparks tween two Line track at to death ClrcaSI y 1 J bt i 11 r ml i r4 OF I T El t t hroughj We Betw Paduca Hes Nance 2 C NanbP an eks th ago Rilled her acid thrrugh a QU ue va the mother oia child born several runnthi J300 and swore on the witness tand that a oung man who had left the was the father Tljifs exonerated a man many years her sdnlor and Just before death she confide l to a friend safe that she swore falsely and revealed the name of the real father she said she swore falsely to escape threatened the death The person first susnected had lives lately been paying mark attention a to her and boasted Uiat he would part her from her hiijband His aton tentlons became stfch that the husband told his wits to decide between and ToafterwardTO SELL ASYLUM And Divide the Site in Building Lots the Plan Proposed t H Lexington At the meeting of the the state boar of control for charita ble institution it was agreed that in Its annual report to tho governor now be being prepared tho recommendation re be made that the old East Kentucky su 1jnatlc asylum here be abandoned and t new site belocatcd in this county on which new buildings should be th erected This asylum was founded 82 his years ago and many of the buildings are old and the institution has grown until It Is crtnpod for room It Is now within the corporate limits of the cityWand the ground is valuable for ing lots Members of the board claim that the patients do better when tree from the noise of the and not con crfinedALL CANDIDATES But One Are Entered For the Primary Lexington News Lexington KyThe entries for the the democratic primary election to select nomlness for city offices closed all the announced candidates paying up the excepting Mat Tinker In the asses sons race The mayoralty race closed with John Skain and J Tevis Wilker son as the candidates For city at torney Wallace Muir and George C clerk J E aijailercity engineer P P ONeill W A Newman assessor John F Doyle and W R Campbell city treasurer JohnTBain O E Hanna William Klalr the present legisla tive representative has no oppositionc he primary is set for th VETERAN DRIVER ns ThreeYears Contract to Train c I V Russian Stable 4 nlngtpn KyJohn Splan the alandgturfman who is now mak Jt Sh pae In this city hasj Just bree year contract with togo to Moscow the trottln I 5 r 1 ia og Jor having vu criminal Ben nrn- laskl county sentenced In Lyou cou y for murder and Jesse Fttzgebldof It condemned for thb same coat andffene of Seven III ARIchnoidyearmerhis wife and five children are divyingcauseof their ligascertaln4d betakenthought they have been po lebymallpoScare Over Plnevllte Ky Circuit court with Moss presiding convened here adaferof a smallpox epidemic n focasesowcounty inAoped since but they are con fined to one section of the county Horse Man Sues liRiChmOfldwellknown trotting horseman a place flledsxilt against the Louisville 1l1e Railroad Co for J5000 of w for alleged injuries to his 11 er Billy G The injuries are o have been received in un the horse of I irs Appointed Irt Ky Circuit Judge R L is appointed Walter Jeffers mmlssloner for this county r Horace Posey who has held for the past 12 or 15 years Is supposed to average about Jar In fees Ii lt E Pearson Killed KyM E Pearson a physician was killed by car on the Pewee Valley a Crescent Hill a suburb in attempting to cross the nto a passing car anks Will Help own KyTho boards of the Bank of WDllamstown ounty Deposit bank held ind decided to assist In tne the tobacco movement in ty to the ext nt of 150000 Rich Mulllnt Dead itKrltrs Susan Mullins flitte 1hiHIeceasedwas In Kenton county and Samuel and Sarahjof fPay Twenty Dollars 1charged with shako Inn a neighbors apple creek in this county Stallard and Co Ales were tried In the fait court and fined 20 he Prize Bull t KyJ B Haggln of this rchased from F W Hard raukesha WIs Whitehall the grand champion short of America The price flOOOO n t I FLASH OF LtGHTY Scared the Bank lobbers Who OnlyfuSecured Three Hundred Crlttenden Ky Frightened by the lighting of a lamp in a house across ve iteTobacco Growers Deposit bank after having blown the safe and securing and In plain sight was 5000 more est which they left The men first broke Into a flouring mill and secured several socks of grain which they plied in front of the then used nitroglycerin The explosion wrecked tho vault and the the interior of the building The nois bt explosion wakened Dr Brown who Ink across the street and he struck light The robber on watch saw the flash and gave the alarm fleeing at fr ce with his companions teKENTUCKY a Part in Bold Robberies n rainUtica N T Thomas Corbett 19 P years old of Louisville Ky was ar rested here and confessed that he and otowardtwo thugs who have been terrify- Ing the town thriessonceflspectedfrom Jail and married The police g went to his home and after thebride and Corbett came out andbsurrendered DYNAMITE CARTRIDGE as Found In Path Leading To Judge Youngs Courtroom ML Sterling KyA eated here when a new dynamiteIII rtridge was found on the front steps leading to the courthouse within a few feet of the grand jury room o where the jury was in session lo Since Judge Young has been on thepbench he has Incurred the hatred lawless element many of whom have been convicted before him The finding of the dynamite in the pathsi Judge follows every day of court looks as if an effort was made to In- Jure him br to frighten the grand jury to from continuing its workpMay Be Without Police Paducah KyAnother turn In the- dermanic situation developed which ds fair to leave Paducah without any police force from the middle of next to ctober until the following January- she four republican members at a meeting of the upper board and the t nance committee of the board of councilmen made the declaration tiatthe police force sufficient to maintain eighteen patrolmen besides the oft era = r Build BarboursvllV jhe Louisville NashjJU arbig to es tab creJlnil1ari I raIl I 4 5af iI i 2 I i IU k fL i t IiJ yilt on s water transporpl Flood Damage Placed at 250000 rju- gusta Ky Presldent G W Ste as of the C 0 estimates the od damage to this the Cincinnati ision at 250000 He has given 0 to flood sufferers here Electric ht and telephone service can not resumed for several days as the les of both were destroyed by float g logs Property Owners Win Frankfort KyThe court of ape peals affirmed the case of John Trappa mInistratOr against B Korttatrock om Kenton county in a suit to en rce the payment by the property ners of the cost of street Improver on Dark street in the town of atonia Dies at Daughters Home Versailles KyMrs Mary K Wil amson widow of Euclid Williamson pioneer citizen of Newport Ky died after a long Illness at the residence her daughter Mrs Josephine K henry in her 84th year She leaves o two other daughters Mrs Mary Mao Bride of this city and Mrs Cochran St PaulwHouses Floated From Foundations k Owensboro KyThO water stands within a foot of the mark of 1884 Eleven houses In the Indiana bottoms opposite Owensboro have been floated from their foundations A double log house nearly 100 years old was among them j From Forge To Fortune Mayfield KyJ W Benedict a poor blacksmith of this place received telegram from Unlpn City Tenn that his uncle A A Bracken had left an estate of 1000000 and that his share was oneninth Dairymans Suicide Covlngton Ky Ephralm Anderson aged 72 former dairyman of West Covlngton committed suicide by shoot lag himself In the brain Anderson sold his dairy some time ago and as he Had been suffering from cancer of the throat he became despondent and decided to end his life- FioodConditiOns Prevail 5LouivIiieprevail all over eastern are all behind time and 11thousandslog booms are being Bribery Charges Not Sustained Mt Sterling Ky Walter Harper a republican politician was dismissed In the circuit court on the charge of bni ing a negro voter at the recent local option election William M Wiley w released Indictments for forgery and embezzlement being dismissed Owingsvllle Ky John A Daugher ty of Owingsvllle exjudge of Bath county for two times has been ap pointed by the governor to hold clr cult court In Elliott county where art involved titles to large tracts of yak usble Ittdt L I pl I t Itl- Fi fd Ttfe deep In tkP4 CIfreezing Vi i October and cotdnulBgjfc renders life in Kabii HIci CharcoStyft tu el and as the houses numerous doors and wlndowsirs very draughty the supply of wooV ry limited and coal unobtatnbiefs Is necessary to wear even in the house treble thicknesses of clothing J the longest warmest and thick Jof fur coats outside the doors fr Meal times under such rigorous conditions are a distinct misfortune writes Angus Hamilton In the Ladys Realm All foodstuffs freeze solid bread has to be chopped with anVaxi drinking water broken with a hammer Pickles sauces jams andi are Better put away until the spring Joints must be served piping hot om the fire and lying over a pan of glowing charcoal even then the cenrr will probably be unthawed while e matutinal cup of tea and theiifocturnal cup of cocoa muatbgreIf pidly If It Is not to freeze b sfore it swallowed There are but few corn ensations even in Kabul for the te verity oif the climate If one venture out it is most necessary to keep oat the coldwinds soaps that Are Guaranteed So much skin trouble results from e use of impure adulterated toilet a- Iaps that the proprietors of Toilet Soaps have filed a uaranteo with the U S Government guaranteeing the absolute purity of eir soaps and they are the only so guaranteed There are three rands Antiseptic Soap Tar Soap and Sulphur Soap not only cleanses but soothes and protects tire skin against disease If your dealer dqeai not keep them send 18 cents wlthhisli3name and address t Soap Corporation New YoVk and they will end you a fullsize cake Monarch Uses the Press fn the course of the recent sojourn f King George of Greece in Paris at ng article was published Iii a news raper iconditions that city dealing wttt the In the Island of Crete Thefl article bore the signature of one of v the editors but it has been learned nce that the signature was fictitious and that its true author was the klng King George is not the first monarch avail himself of an opportunity ta 1 ublish his views on a pending qua lion of the day To Explore Greenland Coast yThe duke of Orleans has announc his friends at Copenhagen that v Intends to start a new expedltionnexc y In the ship Belgtca to pener rate as far as possible alogf thSnortheast coast of Greenland The purpose Is to join the Danish expedi on under Myllus Erlcnsen wJcKS F left lost June to explore tie coast MAYOR TTir g r s js b I- LNjare a host of petty ailments THERE are the direct result of the weather This Is more true of the excessive eat of summer and the intense cold f winter but is party true of all seasons of the year Whether It be a cold or a cough of the head or bowl complaint hethet the liver be affected or the idneys the cause is very liable to bo the same The weather slightly deranges the mucous membranes of the organs and the result is some functional dlseaee- Parana has become a standby In thousands of homes for minor all ments of this sort Ask Your Druggist tar Free Perana lnnnif fi r l07 Canadian Government Free Farms Over 200000 Americas tanners who have set i tlrd ta Canada during 4 the pwtfew yrar testi fy tuthe that Cans a Is biyout qucitios the greatect farming land iu tue world OVER NINETY MILLION BUSHELS of wheat from the harvest of 1906 mean Rood ofleytoihefIfler50t5r0 Candawheii Dairy log aud iilxed larmlng ste also prn5table call log Coi wood and water In ahundatie churches and schools couveuleot markets easy of access Taxes low For advice and Information add res the Super intendent of Immigration Ottawa Canada or auy uthorZri canaclia Gwerument AgenL r U WILLIAMS Law BiuUiac Toledo Obis 1 READERS thlpap rde lo buy nr Us columns should 1nsIeuponhaing what ask IcKretuslng all lubsti tutes or Unitatlcns coNCRERLOCK I1j5r TIlE DELUGEZI9 DAVID GRAHAMPHILLIPSIuIhor of 7C2SZ6tj k JS1aS JgtI 8Ol1S Ct2 CHAPTER VI Continued I bad been at his house once bo foto I knew ho occupted the left der to whole of the second floor so I hut oft that It not only had a separate entrancj but also could not be d those in the right side of without descending to the and ascending the left1 frI e tny card his private to Mr Rathburn said I T igdon has doubUess left a mc Qrme Tt lfir hesitated yielded ahoWt the reception room off the en Nl I waited a low seconds t tured the stairway to t the left lh he had disappeared I I entered tsmlin flalpn in which Langdon had received me onSpy other visit From the direction of n open door I heard his voice ho wa 1 say Ing I am not at home Therols no message And still I did not realize that It was I he was avoiding Its no use now Langdon I called cheerfully Beg pardon for seeming to intrude I misunderstood or didnt hear where the servant said I was to wait However no harm done So long Im off But I made no move thward the door by which I had en tered instead I advanced a few feet nearer the door from which his voice- S rnadcome v S Atter a briera very brief pause there came in Langdons voicelaugh t lag ta trace of annoyance I might have known Come in Matt L ocW LANGDON AT HOME 4 i entered with an amused glancb at I the butler who was giving over his a i heavy countenance to a delightful ex I hibition of disgust and discomfiture 1 It wI ngdons sitting room Ho W bad had the carved antique oak In terlor of a room in an old French pal 4 i ace torn out and transported to New York and sot up for him I had made a study of that sort ol thing and atI t Dawn Hill had done something toward J allring my own ideas of the splen 4 I But a glance showed mo that I Surpassed What I had done hi comparison like the compo f a boy beside an essay Ifar or Haclltt tie midst of this quiet splen or rather lounged Langdon ii reading the newspapers He was t dreeee4 1aadarkbluerelvet house- S JftIt with facings ad cords pfj blue trflk a ahada or BO lighter than the ifelt jpuHiiiwayi olIckthlmhahd so e J k a idHe0 waasnioking1a clga saaf 1 1 1 1 il i t t I Jj J 0 b t i I fI JtA t4 1 tj Jc I tit tt1t H J 1 n n ntC tov iVt osav iIf t t 11 f t r f f 1 l 29ViI y jg SS J V i7dtS fr SS I I CS 1 I 4 Ii r t tI 19 I I d l o J r0 i i 4 t 1 t r 1 i 1tif t fp i i 01 4 Il b4 l r d itJ J i ih1 J or i Ii J jr J t t tJ a s J 1 I 1y d fto A + f 1 j t I 4J I 7 r t ijh I rt l IL J rtH 1 ifrs 4f II 4 t I lt I s J 1 f tflf 4 t I ee f I 4 3 I iI i J I oIA rr 1 PJs i r14 I i tI I 1 4 J tI Ijt4 4 I Y oa 1 t f JcIrr a J 1 I 1 t v Lto i L f =f1 4 ti J 4I1f rI I L ir t p Ac 1 1 = 1 or tf J t4 u i 4 i I J t 1 1 lr 4Jf t i j l 4 I r 1airb r J J Ai t f r to1 11 t f f l J tIf till 1 o 4t1q 1tift4 I 1 1I JL I 7J t2s 1 r J 7 t 1 1ppi 1 7 tr 1 itfoi n ttrijj 7 t L 0 f tlS b Jort ti 1 4 0 i r 4 f tt t1 it 7I i 1 i W jI IrJ l J i f f i r t 1 i 1 1 111 z f f r rtoJft r tJt r l pij z i is j ji iJc J4iJ JI t Jtr j l It rr tiltii 4 Jxri t t v r f7f Jf JilM J f J f f t t ifr rZ4 1f o viIpr 4 tJr to ri f 4 I f tr4 2PI t 1 I t came from the salon May I come in Do I Interrupt It said and its tono struck me as having in it something of plaintive appall Excuse me a minute Blacklock said he rising with what was for him hasteBut he was too late The woman entered searching the room with a piercing suspicious gaze At once I saw behind that look a Jealousy that pounced on every subject that came Into its view and studied It with a hope that feared and a fcarthathoped When her eyes had toured tho room they paused upon him seemed to be saying Youve battled mo again but Im not discouraged I shall catch you yetWell my dear said Langdon whom she seemed faintly to amuse Its only Mr Blacklock Mr Black lock my wife- I bowed she looked coldly at mo and her slight nod was more than a hint that sho wished to be left alone with her husband- I said to him Well Ill be off Thank you forrOne moment he interrupted Then to his wife Anything special She flushed Nonothing special I Just camo to see you But if I am disturbing youas usualr Not at all said he When Black lock and I have finished Ill come to you It wont be longer than an hour or B- OWhen we wero seated again Lang don after a few reflective purrs at his r J o i jtnpolo g ho I f V W uinn 1 J look In longimea v5t 1almost comi Tb plunge on textli ot closely that fcvly should breakthere jus for ni I want a sud The prlco held s fool that I was i must come plunges Nit tho pit for my own del lii deeper and deeper X TWO PILLARS OF SOCIETY- I was neither seeing nor hearing from tho Ellcrslys father or son but as I know why I was not disquieted I had made them temporarily easy in their finances just before that dinner and they being fatuous incurable op timists wero probably imagining they would never need nio again I did not disturb them until Monson nnd I had got my education so well under wayS that even I always severe in criticism and now merciless was com polled to admit to myself a distinct change for the better- When my education seemed enough advanced I sent for Sam Ho after his footless fashion didnt bother to acknowledge my note ills margin account with me was at the moment straight I turned to his father had my cashier send him a formal typewritten letter signed Blacklock Co infonnlng him that his account was overdrawn and that wo would be obliged If ie would give tho matter his Immediate attention The noto must have reached him tho following morning but Io did not come until after waiting three days wo sent him a shari demand for a check for the balance duo us A pleasing arlstocratlcJooklng fig uro he made as he entered my office with his air of the man wjjoso hands have never known the stafls of toll with his manner of having always re ceive deferential treatment was no pretense in my curt greeting my tone of despatch your business tfjt7I oyea I suppose he thought hs a pyt oubtjhahadntho really wasand no doubt also there are many who would honestly take his view As if the fact that ho was born with all possible advantages dill not make him and his plight Inexcusable No my dear Dlacklaclc said he cringing now as easily asy he had con descended how to cringe and bow to condescend are taught at the same school the one ho had gone to all his life It Is you I want to talk with And first I owe you my apologies I know youll make allowances for ono who was never trained to business methods Ive always been like a child in those matters You frighten I Tho last gentleman wbbcamo throwing mo off my guard jslth that plea was shrewd enough U get away with a very large sun of my hardearned money Besides and I was laugh Ing though not too good naturedly Ive noticed that you gentlemen be como vague about business only whoa the balance is against you When its In your favor you manage to get your minds on business long enough to col lect to the last fraction of a cent Ho heartily echoed my laugh I only wish I were clever said he Howflver Ive come to sk your In dulgei ce Id have been hero before but those who owe mo have been put ting me off And theyre of the sort of people whom its impossible to press Id like to accommodate you fur ther said I shedding that last little hint a in cliff sheds rain hut your account has been in an unsatisfactory state for nearly a month now Im sure youll give me a few days longor was his easy reply as if we were discussing a trifle By the way you Savent been to see us yet Only this iiorning my wifo was wondering when youd come You quite capti vated her Ulacklock Cant you dine with us tomorrow nightno Sunday at eight Were having in a few people I think youd like to meet Glad to conic said I wishing to bo rid of him now that my polht was gained Well let tho account stand open for the presentI rather think your stocks are going up Give my Re gards tothe ladles please especially to Miss Anita graekI 1s and departed as eager to be off i Vbo rid of him Sunday next at were his last words Dont fab Nat in the tone of a king ad di QN obscure person whom d to court It may whohlp1mcoaV 4 Ininethat- 4tIrnst PC Iisuccer fur add d t at dn an w er tread coat t fle right IuirfI 11riyer 0 4 i tp qkll Mi t w 1 J W i tr O ft 1 jJ vanity 4 4e open Vi you will e games enlistingY4 of reading intendl Iofthe fear- Vck Laugh youta i ion think y never e Lion which t fin reality the fool tJrI 1 tlonsilblo through and i led jnatic with a grin fis that youve got ties Youre about Ithis country 1 Aier Dinners ll complains thatS becomepas and that so ast of reason and 4 conversation is a if symptoms de or the advantages Such topics evl dcatlve of remarks Inn roar nor do te the good dlges wait on appetite tIe appetite for di Jon The daintiest I garded when theI 7 a regime and SS mched while pow itlrred Into wins dom I wise ho can talk d Miss Cayenne to enough to keep I Washington Star SS f Hlnent of Europe t pedestrian the In my walk to f some 900 miles I an on the road who 0 h and he was the ed of me L Place- t Intelligence office eddy will be aisy to H Its shos a SS r i iCjf o4 A COL ply legal od at any t v The hotels r largely respons ons featurs in bti largo hotels buslnds the conventional hou ness enterprises They frequently In need oM J a lawyer or an export atto meet this demand the J was recently organized r A man who got married I mantle circumstances a few wcciU o compnqahuabloIlls arrangements required the leas ing of a steam yacht and he sought in on vain for a lawyer qualified to draw up such a lease until at 1130 p m ho heard of tho existence of the company By 1145 one of tho companys law yers accompanied by a stenographer was In Mis room nnd the necessary documentwas being dictated The completed papers ready for the signatures of the lessor and lesseeA were in his hands the following morn- Ing at pix oclock At seven the signatures of all parties had been ob tained and at eight the bridegroomG accompanied by his bride friend were steaming up the hudsoniriver to the place where married at noonIThe establishment of the 24hour service is the result of a conversation the president of the company had withithe manager of one of the hotelsbman to do everything for the convenience a of our guests We keep our vaultsBopen until after the theater deposit of the jewels ot our guestst just as the Night nnd Day We have a physician regularly onGcall and stenographers and every fa cility available for the transaction of business by our guests but of late we have had a number of calls for law yers to draw up contracts or to give advice about matters requiring urgent attentionIf were not for the expense I would have my own hotel attorney quartered right here in the house The suggestion of the hotel man was followed in less than a week by the es tablishment of the company and uptown and downtown offices were open ed for the transaction of business at all hours of the day and night except Sundays All the principal hotels in Now York are in touch with the com pany Couldnt Help IteA wellknown Allegheny clergyman recently spoke at a religious service in the penitentiary in Woods Run He noticed that one of the convicts I seemed extraordinarily Impressed After the service ho sought him out and continued the good work by re markingMy I hope you will profit by my remarks just now and become a new man Indeed I will was tho cheerful reply In fact I promise to you that I will never commit another crime mydyingsaythatkeepthsC Oh yes said the convict Im lVeeklySZ Balanced f rss Fluffy would be a pretty goodlooking girl if her foot werent so heavy i She stacks up pretty well though Lher head is1 lIghliDetrolt Free vPress v Loves A swer Can you cook darling asked her fiancee eagerly for bp was no Croesus Can I cook 1 she sneered Do you suppose Id be foolish enough to mar ry a poor clerk U I could make 10 a month and my boardJudge- No Ingenuity In Names It Is said by James Herbert Settle an authority on nomenclature that twothirds of the children of England Scotland and Ireland bear only 25 names between them Of every 100 000 children in Great Britain the fol lowing are the six most popular names Mary William John Eliza beth Thomas and George Colorado War God 1000 Years Old A carved war god recently discov ered in a Colorado cave Is believed to be more than 1000 years old Fright Brought Sleep of Death Fright has been known to cause prolonged sleeping A case in point Is that of a woman of 45 a seams tress who alter having undergone a narrow escape from death in a gale a sleep which lasted till death Pilgrims to the Jordan Thousand of Christians from all parts of the world yearly make the pilgrimage to the Jordan to receive the blessing that It believed to ione rro athllP th4 MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati January 26 CATTLE Kxtra 35 40 5 65 CAIVESExtra 10 00 HOGS Choice 6 33 6 87 L ri SHEEPExtra 5 10 5 25 IJVMBS Extra ti 8 00 FLOUfl Spring pat 4 43 tU 4 70 WHEAT No 2 red 0 77 CORNNo 2 mixed fi 4- 6OATSNo fc 2 mixed 383 3- 9RYENo2 choice 68 70 HAYCh timothy 19 BUTTER Dairy 17 tf 20 EGGSPer doz fy 21 APPLES Choice 2 25 2 5- 0POTATflFSPer bu 55 Or TOBACCO Burley 4 50 14 50 IfA WHEATNo 2 red 7SGi 78 CORN No 2 mixed 45i OATS No 2 mixed t IIi 4 PORKPrime mess 16 85 LARD Steam g 9 22V4 XEW YORK FLOURWin patent 3 60 l5 3 85 WHEAT No 2 red 84 CORN No 2 mixed 6 50 j OATS No 2 mixed i9 T MVt PORKPrime mess 17 25 19 00 LARD Steam 9 S KAlTIMOUt WHEAT No 2 red 80 CORNNo mixed 49 4 OATSNo2 mixed 391f 40 LOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red 6 1- 6CORNNo2 mixed 50 OATS No 2 mixed 1C HOGSExtra 20 6 75 LARDSteam Q 9 50 INDIANAIIJIS ATTtEirimo If ff r HOGS Choice 6 70 6 95 SHEEP Extra 4 Cv ti 4 Cf 3 J 4z jugs i Si colorado 3pr5 says For or fifteen yediw was suffering Ire quent attacks of pain In tho back and kidneys that lasted for three weeks at a time IIwould be unable to j turn in bed The urine was in a terrible condition at times a com photo stoppage cej currlng I began with Doans Kidney Pills and soon felt better Keeping I found complete freedom fromIkidney trouble The cure has been permanent I owo my good health to Doans Kidney Pills Sold by all dealers 50 cents a box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y PUTS FOR LITTLE PARISIANS ll Kinds of Animals as Playmates for the Children Children play a great role In French as all those who have read yps inimitable pUt Bob will ready admit and now the small Par Isienne Insists on receiving on her ete day and at the New Year a live pet Instead of a costly doll or a mechanical toy The demand has been creating a supply and a lively trades being done not only In puppies and In tiny monkeys and In lambs ut also In tigers and leopards Up to certain age these small felines are uite harmless and of course as soon s they begin so to speak to show teeth and sharpen their claws are sent off to one of the two magnificent Zoos with which the ay City is provided TWO SISTERS HAD ECZEMA Cutlcura Cured Scalp Troubles of Two Illinois GirlsAnother Sis ter Took Cutlcura Pills I must give much praise to all the Cutlcura Remedies I used but one cake of Cutlcura Soap and ono box of Cutlcura Ointment as that was all that was required to cure my disease I was very much troubled with eczema of tho head and a friend of mine told me to use the Cuticura Remedies which I did and am glad to say that they cured my eczema entirely Since then wo have always kept tho soap on hand at all times My sister was also cured of- czema of the head by using the Cu ticura Remedies Another sister has used Cutlcura Resolvent and Pills and thinks they are a splendid tonic cannot say exactly how long I suf months1IIssMorrison Ill Oct 3 190GIPaper Drinking CIJIA bandy folding drinking cup of water proof paIer can now be purchased It comes in a flat folded package that fits the vest pocket When opened it forms a cylindrical vessel bound with wire and having a wire handle It holds about a cupful of cold water milk tea or medicines It can be used to hold hot liquids but can only be used once or at most twiceA cupfilled with cold water stood for eight hours without injury and was then dried refolded and used again several Umes It is useful in traveling In camp and In the sick room A package of eight can be bought for 25 centsWomana Home CompanionIGrass d JiCs lots and lots of Clover witie for hogs inshep and swiijue We lire known aa the largest growers of Grasses Clovers Oats Barley CombPotatoes and Firm Seeds ate over 5000 acres FliEs Our mammoth 148page catalog is mailed free to all intending buyers or send SO IX STAMPS and receive sample of perfect balance ra tion gram seed together with Fdddcr Plain Clover etc etc and big Plant and Seed Catalog fce John A Salzer Seed Co Box W La- Crose WiI Has Cinch on Position Various authorities have passed O- ta letter received at the post office do partment a short time ago and it has finally been sent to the postmaster general The iptter came from a western postmaster at a small office and read In accordance with hi rules of the department 1 write to inform you that on next Satur 1 will close the post office for one j ai I am going on a bear hunt I not asking your permission to cIa up and you can discharge me if yotr want to But I will advise you now thtt I am the only man in the county vbo can read and write It Is not likely that the postmaster will be die charted Invigorate the Digestion To invigorate the digestion ant stimulate tho torpid liver and bowels there is nothing so good as that oh family remedy Brandreth Pills I has been in use for over a entury They cleanse the blood and impart new vigor to the body One or two every night for a week will usually be all that is required For Constipation or Dyspepsia one or two taken every night will afford great relief Brandreths Pills are the same fine laxative tonic pill your grandparents used and being purely vegetable are adapted to every system Sold in every drug and medicine store either plain or sugarcoated Long and Remarkable Life Suffold tells us of a remarkable rec ord of an old man of his acquaintance employed by Mr William Lodge of GorlestononSea This old gentleman began his working life as a farm la borer 71 years ago before Queen Vie toria came to the throne and at 81 he can still drive a plow as well as most men of half his years Almos more remarkable it the fact that although he has spent practically all his long life within sight of the sea he has never been on it nor has ho ever been inside a train TitBits Encourage Building Erection Loans are freely made by the Philippine commission to the various inces for the erection of public build- Ings in the islands TO GVRK A COLD JiI OSfE HAT ttka LAXATIVE IJUUMuQnMneTmb Drnr 1 rrfuail muue It It tt1I lu one K W J HOVE a Hnituro U on etcli box 2U Its as easy to be pleasant as jtherwlnS and it pays better T hrJ9 Itlv j J rH J the fi Ht JSP 0ratl IIhaiipyrAZOOIN1IIiT iL Itchlnx UliudlllrwJ lo II ugh a or moDe rut Your friends think mao joti are right and your enemies think that you are wrong but you have to show the rest of the cold unsympathetic crowd Garfield Tea Guaranteed under the Iurc 1cod nnd Drug Law restates a slupgisli liver overcomes constipation pu rifies the blood and eradicates It is made of Herb ContractiJaps Get British A Japanese shoe manufacturing concern has secured a contract for shoes for the British army in India It Is one of the largest shoe contracts ever placed Revolt Against Trading Stamps i No more trading stamps is the slogan of a campaign which EnIshtgrocerymen are carrying on them whose shop Is in East London says There is not a small grocer in England who earns 15 per cent on his Scapitaland tho cost of trading stamps leaves him only about 6 per cenLIDeafness Cannot by local application ai the eased ponton of the ear TIers It ona way to euro deafneMand that II beonmollooal remedies tbemucoullnlDIttubls Inuaiued juuhaioa rumblag aonnd or Im DeirnecundltlODnothingbutwin Bive One Uuadred Dollars for any case of curo4I0toldTake hails family Pills for conittpatton Marriage at a Discount AU the conditions of modern life are such as to discourage men and women from marrying and If they do so to make them discontented Divorce has rushed from the extreme of being considered a disgrace which never should be mentioned to that of being regarded as a standard joke In the comic papers a fit subject to be worked up In stage comedy and hllar ously received by large audlancelNIY Independent SwampIChanges In Dismal Investigations of the WashIngton have recently the fact that at present developedI the Dismal swamp Is and Lake Drummond in its center is growing larger Similar changes have occurred in the past periods of eleva tion and subsidence gradually sue ceeding one another The average elevation above sea level is so slight that natural drainage Is insufficient to remove tho rainfallt NATURE PROVIDES FOR SICK WOMEN a more potent remedy in the roots and herbs of tha field than was ever drugsInb ned days of our grandmothers V d were used u an tydla E iFinUham of Lynn Mass In her stud of roots and herbs and their- power over disease discovered and the women of the world a remedy for their peculiar Ills more potent and efficacious than any combination of drugs get PCThonfldVTVth1nnW1anlthftweal prostrationT Spring more Morehaxm5and IIBuUalo SIGK HEADACHE ICARTERSI ITTLE PILLS these PUSs slaG Ws cfiy Taste the tic i rejulato the Purely Veeetawa SMAll PILL SMAll t CARTERS PATENTS inI lFacimila IHendachedIndIgestIon CVtCS lie AldflUKKt IN bookltIJ fift jri IF r J jIS q9 ft ri Are JiPIeelnI j General tal or physh i1feet asslmilat Y4acuiby some tho vital forces na v and the orga v i fas to easily rT health It Is necessn rshould be purifled ana iThe case of 92 Mt Pleasant street is a common one is q that others her experience She saysj Jffor a year from Indigu 1A brought on work and worry I had tbut found no re 41 from swelling of tie lof appetite and spellaJ fcame so severe towards inisbW fsometimes I was t T j bus and my and j 2 go to for an hour or tw081 j time I was so sleepy all tho that I could hardly keep awaV lhad frequent cramps in my limb jat the base of myl i rand In my backly blood wy Iapoverlshed I Was afraid to gi and go to bed fearing that I E S fnever get well F About this Dr Wit rPills were recommended In South Vernon felt soon treatment and continued until I entirely cured I consider Dr tHams a grand naT i for women H t Dr Williams Pink Pills arv J by all or sent postpal receipt of 50 cents per box boxes 250 by the Dr Williams Jcine Company N Nasal CATARRH Inaaitaetagea Elys Cream Balm clunacseoothe and heals the diseased membnne oolctlr Balm Ii placed into tha noctrUipnads DYer the membrane and Is sbtoibed Bdlct to mediate and a cnrofolloin Itlsnot drjiag does not produce sneezing Large at Dnc elsHorbyrrull TrUlSIxe10ccnts BEllS ecVTarnaSteettlTerTctk 2 LEARNTELEGRAPHY iAgwcj Wort and Tpwrltiij Larst or II la America VilorMd hr RaIlroad Op rmtor alwy Se demand W nirara fur our gr da btnd ntlcln cnt rwi7Umt MAIN LINE WIRE IN SCHOOL Write oe IlltulnMd caUlapM ttrmh tte FEZ MOMS Or TZLCOSATBT COtUAVT J53 OctUA Bank Side CIfCI3BaTI 0810 SUPERFLUOUS HAIR SIUYOIiYe4 b uliof Coo Vtalus nopolion no Leaves the 2 whlw woman aid for women jllr ntrb MAIK TOM CUEU1OAX CO e1 NaUonal Union floOding OIUO VIRGINIA FARMS and HONES L FREECATALOGUEofSpIodidBrgaMs A N KE 19075 Lydia E Pinkham sV unpI fJI ege3bl Compound to the respect and Jw r fJ achl1 3flatulency debility indigestion or nervous fo should rcrtemocr thjenj is one tried and true TemedyiLydia jPink J 15-b ltlsoidmalo ills and thousands of residing in every part of the Unltec kIwarVillinp testimony to the wonderful of Lydia AcRetablo compound what it has done for them M V akham invites all sick to write herfor advice She has gu ousands to health For years she has been advislngi sin wn free of charge She is tho daughterinlaw of Lydia EPink i r hr j and us her assistant for years before her decease advised hws to one hate direction Address Lynn Mass i 11 1Ji Before You Paint This bear in mind the fact that it costs you as muchif not to j with infericr paints than It would to use paints of good 1 dissatisfaction is caused by the use of poor paints than almost any other article y used for pncrvingor beautifying property ltM SdsasM Ga Paints JJ axe the paints made They contain the anmost luring pig 1i ments ground in Agsd Linseed Oil incorrect proportion are honestly cost no more than inferior paints and stand every test tor exterior and intern r workSBefore decide of paint to use it will be to t4a for our 1907 color cfcarf of the latest shades formodemaiiesalsovaluablelnform suaioli and paiut facts thit you to know FV- We want every owner of a building in IlzzsomlrlwltoU7ds juAtsname A 1a addcis Jo ate one ol orJ aulifut fl iJs The pih U neat andunique appeirance and will be sent without charger I if name U received before April 1St f IBUFFALO OIL PAINT t VARNJSH CO 1OTFAIO LY CHICAS9 ttli 1n IVER TTlE PILLS i II Positive cartd by They relieve forDizziness Kansea rroirstoess Had In Monti Coaxed Tongue Pain In TORPID LIVER They Dowels SMAll DOSE PftIC I REFUSE SUBSTITUTES IIICKS CAPO DINE IMMEDIATELY TriaJllouto THERES MONEY SMALL INVENTIONS Pro ri jit iJf f i- SPft dT 7r entire not MrsJE JJand order sick general debility remedies bred dizzy fainted away hands sleep severe pains time Pink bya friend better after beginnlri Pink Pills weak druggists price Schenectady JtcuracatarrhanddriTela Cream SVcaMceats XLT RR TelpiaOntetaL t RAILROAD for utniei Irritation OVLJCW LLcHAfNCOIecRiCHMONDVAL 2163 general women States virtue EPinUr hams women buildings quality r highest grade purt made you kind interest aVER Little z If SECR suffering is endured by ftoxy modest women who object to talking about all their symptoms i with A doctor To such women or 1 ita pure medicine with i power over woman diaeesj like l SiIS WIRE Or rft4warfV ti t SiJ5 4wtI iptS 555I fI 4I aS it td 55Sk t Its 5555 j 4 i f y I 03 i 4fOne Doll SixLyjeiYpen W c1 1 ii 1pn 10w d ID1 IjU r s detiing a eh- S tiWQnr iId give i h ssvhe i V l 0 Respondents should aiwa 1 t1tair it rns to us not lattl an Monday if possl lewhenI t of stationery mention it on a Mjarate slip of paper j tews matter of general inter tia wyicoiiiui bring it to us t ithout delay if you wish it in erted tt t Advertisers wishing a change Qr discontinuance of ad ihouId I I V nform us the week previous to publication day VM Address all communications to V JOHN W HONAKEU Owingsville lTr l THURSDAY JAN 31 1C07 ri o VL vTHi3 job of Chairman of the j Panama Canal Commission must i be an unattractive one Shonts I villas resigned To get a sticker V William NelsonCrJmwclI ought to bc appointed I TIlE trial of Harry Thaw for I 1 v Ith murder of Stanford White s Evelvn NesbittThaws wife k 4 5 going on in New York City At r iiI least a portion of the public will s zfTits close satisfaction f It inF salarygrabbers of Con o t gress worked n sharp lClon the fi 13ople the mcreas ing the salaries of the senators I erind representatives from 5000 tto 7500 per year on to a ncces sary appropriatioi bill so that re was by the kindividua1members It is graft P and simplet HUe r A FLOOD SUFFERER at Mays J villo sent a rcquct to the relief 4 commitve for u loaf of salt rising 4 a h breadoatmealandnulkbeefstealc cooked rare mutton well done 4 rabbitstewed not fried A com- mittee4 f found at the address aq r rnan lying on a bed and reading- a novel His wife and three Childrenwero at work in the cot- f 1 ton mill while he was keeping house He must be a rare jok biffS er or else the limit of onaryness Hepughtto have added a dia mond brcastpin toJlis requeSt L CORRESPOND KCE r Salt Lick E7 Rev P A Ram y and wife ard I foncrn an extendedyisttotheir c Lexingtonll Sat I i y a to rei I atiyes ihMontgomery county fl uther Ph lps of Rowan coun 11ilty i enlisted iri the United States 5aiJ v week and left for Lox- ieutenantIIetschcLI Cannonwas the unt Mrs Charles t AI11 1 Y lSltc d in- stweekJ i rifehad their tJSaturday neVest 4 mer k b p t on IVisied4rncrs par last week E Jason Wasin Mt Ster t RIturday Mrs v Vrp Morrison returned roma to West Virginia WSB Stag was in Mt SterP giS turday 4 Jt Oity J olliversQl a pony to 4 I trr elleyf9r 40 i 4cFannic Ojllivercntertain 4 j r nt at IA J yWet1xiesdayeveningwithapound r J t 2t Master Osborne Kissick is quite Pporly 1 John R Cutright and family I 4wiII leave soon for Grenola Kansas to make their future thomeI e 4tz LG Rigdon sold a bunch of 0J shoats at 560 per cwt 4 t i d has recovered f f lrent1iI1ncss J f Ratliff went to thQ city i y Monday on busmess TMn0p p l 17cal1of iliflsboro visited Mrs I Eden one day last week I K Misses Elizabeth Bradley and t gnes4Snedegar of Wyoming f are J1A2 I L V Bro Hpwe filled his appoint f v v nthere Sunday afternoon I t tfiss ElizabethPhelps returnedIT r 4 r vher home here Thursday af isc an extended visife to friends r nul a tiJ1 I Maude Higdon was in f c 0 1Il emingskurg Monday on bui4b t nes ISimpBon Walton sold a buyhch atlD50f= i ft 4l f lei hridng Sundynghtudat S = ccs at ro i t r1 o it vm n stagood pn lo 1 r Xt 4 JI Denton 4o J9f Slatters tilllt t l 1 1 ify If I t bin j ftt i 7 i ay 4 7 J1M i Awas t j pttrfr o Jtt 4t4I d o I 11j 0 irc t = ytlJlJrJ E 1 O 0 c1 i e 1riTJl Hj f r it t 1t1iI 1i c 4 I0 I l Ip 7ifr j j5 t I i kP 3tjtYi I fA7O of Jor r I fvIf r4z t 11 li il tj r1ZiA fl ttJrIT44 j l r 1 0 0 1 r I Jf I J 171 I 4 1 t i 44 i J if lr hjJ iJ 1of i- r oc irriS J SS Mt I l o Iit t 1 u000 i WIC jlg was V i on Big last woek on buei aflittle excitement here iornihg about 0 oclock Mtfiifl Downs house caught fire from the heating stove and burn ed a part of the roof ofT of it before the folks saw it Some one going down the railroad saw it and gave the alarm IMiss May Northcutt accompan ied her brother Russell back to his work in Winchester to visit relatives this week Miss Fannie Barber of How ards Mill is isiting Mrs Dr N 1 Clark Miss Anna Reynolds of upper Salt Lick visited Miss Lizzie Goodpastcr Sunday WW Penix is not so well of his illness Clarence Turner who is work jog in West Virginia came home Sunday to visit his wife and mother Mrs Lou Turner Brother Martin of Willm refilled his appointment here Saturday night and You talk about having summer ftime in winter but we are haying fine winter weather now with a deep snow Perry Staton and wife have gone to housekeeping in one ofT P Cophers houses lately occupied by Brother W A Williams deceased Hoyt Shultz who has been m West Virginia for some time came home Friday to visit his mother Mrs Shultz We are glad the rain has ceas ed anda big snow has come as winter has got to come and the sooner it comes the sooner spring time will be here James W Penix of upper Salt Lick was the guest of his father W W Penix and wife Saturday and Sunday Bertha Swarts who has IMiss for four weeks took the past week Mrs Emma McClain of North Middletown is visiting her sister Mrs Lou Lane Mrs N T Clark went to ML Sterling Thursday shopping 0Buck Belcher who came here one day last Week from Ironton Ohio for his health and to visit his daughterS Mrs D P Swarts and Mrs W M Swarts is better of his illnes A Upoar Prlpky Ac- hMisknniuclgell of Whit 0QakJefENorris ofNajlors Branch and s nr Chahdler and wife of ofRlleyO1uof Tast weekV Mrs Ella Hare Mrs Ttollie Ratliff rind daught4t 5ss Walter Mae Owingsir were guests of DanielHarper uI Aii st Week t5 rpor titLrned last wppk + iv rt several to Ida brother James Harper at Cat lettsburg i About an 8inch snow fell last Friday and Friday nigruyand we have had verycold 4cather since The younges hild of John Al- Ien and wife died last week of brain fever vlt was sick only a short time It was buried in the Bailey burying ground Bart Kernsof Nicholas ounty and Tom Allen and wife x f Mt Sterling visited John Allen md family last week The sick are all improving James Cartmill sold his houso sand lot at the foot of the town 0billWest End Our effipieht Deputy Sherifr A r wit lastlweekWilliam Pendleton whom we reported very ill was dead at that time We were not apprised of tb report it- JohnIarrick ofMt Sterling who had been visiting friends here nas returned home I Mr George A Darrell is no I better of her illness w M Daniel is slowly improving Mrs Kate Nickell is not sO- e11i Harry Coyle is able to be out Howard Piersallof Clark coun ty visited his grandmother Nick ell last week Master Kid Clayton what time is IMrs Henry Daniel and two children of Mt Sterling visited Mrs James Walton last week Miss Nona Walton accompanied them home Died at her home in Menifee county Mrs H B Armitage Sh6 was a daughter of Alpheus and Isabel Warner and was about 30 years old being the second wife of HB Armitage deceas ed She leaves besida the fond parents three sisters arid five urpthersand a host of friends to mourn their loss As a wife d- ovotedas a sister affectionate as a friend ever kind and true in life she exhibited all the graces of nJGhristian in death her spirit ITetmned to God wbo gave it IIii rr 1ih i15T t tIf y t t i ito 5 r 1 f i vi1 f thennometer rp istqre 7 above zero Sunday J1o 2 degrees below Monday V with about 5 inches of v the ground Miss E E Mae carpet tacking Wednesl last week and in the oven party in honor of Miss Pi who is visiting her broth law WW Quicksall and fa5- here Tliomsonspcntlast W A Conner and fanviy Omar Wilson bought i ogs of H S Bittinger at GC o some time the latter part of May Thos Garrett rented the Wm Turley farm again for the 5th time for 95 cash He says this is his last year sure unless tic gets married Now girls vvs time you string him x Morrison Powers house is go ing up under the workmanship uncle Stanford Power and will soon be ready for use William Power says he too will soon have to have a house that is provid ed he cart do better than Sam Donohew did at Paris a few weeks ago but then Bill says he used to stand very high in the Paris ladies estimation and he thinks he will have no trouble in rekindling the old coals again Mr Stone bought Thomas Kar ricks tobacco 3000 tbS at Sc Cecil Karricks 1500 lbsat8Jc and Alex Karrick and S C Williams sold 2000 ibs at 7ic to same The January freshet worked quite a freak on Salt Well in front of Ir Lowrys house in the shape of making him a natural bridge 20 feet wide 30 feet long and 1 foot thick raising a reck of that dimensions 1 foot high and leaving th6 rock dry and water that used to go over it now goes under it Mrs Asa M Crouch who has beeiron the sick list for the last two weeks is about the same if any change it might be for the better Stoops The beautiful sunshine these days welcomed by all f Mrs S F Deal who has been very sick is recovering The heavy snow has greatly benefited wheat andrye Tho for both were never Erospects The fellow who is busy work ing has no time to find fault with the work of others Nimrod Byrd remains poorly Those who have icehouses are filling them this week Thomas B Hamilton is housed up with the grip x Conrrress bias voted to do less workon Incr Fsedsa1ary The iirtlinMbitants will bereward 0IU garden seed John Morelaucl neater luI t i1ffl s There has been no preaching at SYfh gfie1dforseveral Sundays owing to the weather and condi tion of the roads leading there This winter has been a feast for country correspondents but the trouble is we have feasted on expectingIts a fine thingtime is notmon ey to the for they would not be making anything these daysEly Lyons and wife of Fayettd county came Saturday to visit the family of J T Morgan Ray and Clell Goodan of neir Owirigsville visited the family of their uncle D L Goodan from Wednesday till Friday Thomas McQuithy has rented the blacksmith shop here and will take possession March 1 He IE a fine workman and will command a good trade Odessa IL S Ratlifr of Grange City the followin crops of to neighliQrhoodJ H C Anderson and Frank McNab at 9c W A Snedegar at lOc J W Snedegar Sc J W Snedegar and John Riddle lOc Riley Wil son at 7c Walter S Anderson 73c Shelby Stephens at 8Jc J B Darnell at lOc J A Harbor arid Charles Coldiron at lOc W J Swetnam qnd Sam Hawkins at 10k Born to Mr and Mrs Dallas Gudgell a daughter 7Miss Annie Lee Anderson Who Owingsilleday until Sunday Friday about one oclock there began falling the largest flakes of snow that old people say1 they ever saw Saturday morning the earth was covered with 8 inches of snow the first of any consequence this winter Delayed from last week Almost everybody along the creeks was damaged by loss of fencing fodder etc during the recent rains H M Butcher was the heaviest loser in this way Dallas Gudgell bought of W T Svetnam a pair of coming 3 yearold mules belonging to T L Darnell for 23750 lt L Jones soW and invoiced I I c il d 1 iV tp tilNd 1 t 1 k p rh or tJ 1 rfcavbtomor f4X v attend school v iison and little 3 home to Farmers ijifa tendays visit to ivarrell sold a load of Swr Crooks at 3 per Woijler of Lexington the gur4 ofT P Ross last ck Lab Jackson and wife visited Hawes Oaklton upper Mill Creek Sun io Anna Williamson con IlTrs about the same of her illj nesstS V Johnson iought Will and Jim Williamsons crops of tobacco I at7 and 5c per pound- Ed Palmer was in Mt Sterling Friday J D Turley wife and daughter visited HM Turley and wife in Mt Sterling Thursday and Friday J Noah Parks is sicK We are having Ijc winter nche51deep bert of Midland City were here Friday to meet the remains of- their father George Gilbert who died in Clarkcounty Thursday and was brought home for burial- S V Johnson bOllghtG dan Millard Stulls crops of tobacco at G- eEd Palmer was in Olympia Sun day HHIsboro Mrs J T Atchisonanddaugh tel Miss Mae and family from Saturday uqtil Monday J M Hurley is convalescent Born Wednesday to C W Garnett and wife a son Died Saturday last Mrs T E Roysedaughterof BPLykes Ktionterment in the HillsV TO ccm tery Sunday She laves a hus band and a little daughertLrC years old besides a host of friend to mourn their loss and to them we extend our hea felt sympathy I X Quite a surprise was creaflod here Wednesday when wod wrf received that Elder Thomas EmuJoYljboth married at the PnoenixKcu Lexington by Elder Grubbs l1re1in and Mrs Howe returned day night from their liridaltour- andcam on here Refilled appointment here Sun lay extend Xo them our gcfxi hlS fora life of prosperity au pineal Forgo Hill OYlh iierett Barbe hei pa h ts Clark Tho n yte at Ringos Mill Mrcni Mrs J T FJt- fldcifi vof r1 ig tvm riati1erePeople tn tliis neighborhou seem to b enjoying this zer weather after those few he days REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELORI Its mighty reckless of a girl to wearpins when she is engaged- A woman would rather have you not love her and say you did than really to love her but not say it The devil with all the business he does must be a great admin istrator never to have needed any partners or sup rintendents Even you try to save money by going to live on your relatives a while your railroad fare costs more than your board There is hardly anything a wo man can forgive in a man less 1oodtimeworry for fear the baby should get sickSYou can tell a man who owns an automobile by the way he is housekeepjugThe more reasons a woman could have for loving a man the loveanothermaniwithout house is to board What a man doesnt know his sons think he can learn from themA woman says her husband is cross if he asks her what time they are going to have dinner When a woman has a good figure its a sign she will be surprised if you dont look as if you thought so WHY HEroOKD THAT WAY A Northerner who was visiting in a Southern town announced that he could tell a mans political ten dencies by looking at his face His auditors looked at each other incredulityWell make a mis take he said You he said indicating one of the group are a McKinley man Thats right said theman referred to You he said pointing to an other arc a Cleveland Demo cratYes that is so said he The crowd began to sit up and take notice You said addressing a third are a Bryan man Jf You are wrong there said the man I am sick thats what makes me look that way f r rr I tt t 2 t 7 1P1 1MaiaJion u iy J 111 A Stry of By BURTON E r JII Author of The 1101 froyrIt IO4 by Ienr r3pany r he repeated Aunt well1 that lierits me And well It might for In every de tall the Term was perfect Godfrey looked nt It musingly Tills njay give tia n clew ho sild I shanldfft Imagine a nut like thlIgrown in Tany parts of the though of ore a sailor might picU it vp anywhere from another sailor in ti slop shop oven here In New York pcrlirtps lie closed the shell together tags and placed It In the bag stuffing tha rest of the clothing In after It ntllUII OIl had in very exalted Idea of cleanliness he remarked Ills clothing needs a visit to the laundry An1 this Is nm Yes Hocl rental hia furniture from a stnro down tin street fie bad to pay his rant In advance luw he had so little baggage That l the only thing thats got hlfl nai t oh yes Theres a letter tattoo M n his left arm but Its int a TIt T Which goes to shov t hisname wasnt Thompson I t Urorlsht ftlmmcuds In IlIItttnAa nwn as n tailor I thought so la L in fact Ive already gat two 1 apklngil tour of the docks trying to find some hotly who know him Have you V said Slim 19 smiling Thats like you Tb mtlier curl ous thing tbongii about lv dot lug he hall on What Is Ulan Some of Its marked wltU one Initial tome with another Xot one piece la marked with his The door opened and the coroners clerk entered uIr Goldberg sent the exhibits back to you he said liolulu it a parcel to ijlinuiords Ifamonds opened It r ou poekclbook a pipe a ko uad yRe oUvcr money All rlsht he said anl li fcd a receIpt Godfrey waited until nCI03tlUiea lie rose and can to sin moiidf side rrlteroa someU J t mlg- htL us lie up th3- ic boo i jcIl tt 0iell 0re110 1 4 Pt ra It 1 f 1 1 0S i i tb bL r r atFk f wok4 i eye f ye Ifttmula Otc f end wiI ilovvn 4tttir 4 awaltl t eliat found 4 pboto vafRecord 2 oclo i tlrln Im tey I va- Iv be confer fnrJ1JDlro TIiIsailbt Gustavo CMy lerdcr 17 Hue with vrlfp 01 y to ecteltnI Sland WlijrB not known Huq plctvly rebuilt Snd only p ron ers Croydon If Pabre who has r Huo St Ahscjtl sry that criminal pros cut eroydon bcugh npar Ecchcnliam t Ecmlrctlrcment large In Ism mo 5Iraortpase paid In Excellent rcputati 0EldestAus IS Ed but broko down turned to Ecckcn Interested la si There met lllchnl who was making charities Marrt went immediately Only other cHIl Ornce born at Be Educated at homd In Ufo co far na Croyilon and wI lJl Delroys mID 0aellingGrace homo 7ith tl ly to younger sfstc on 7Ef- tGodfrey 1tHl- d 0dwellingThe skeleton Li pretty plain wlicre liehind t from Franco Tfc sonio unusual rca son even more sc this tlircatcnci 1 plugs would tell nut Is It wortl It up It wnildu to do If the news i the time but I di stared out turougJ dnirn brows ic 1 JlIMJt 11 I 1 I fitcIt Y l SI 9- aiyr J fed back to Ills desk 7rIliii wroto hb5Qf the LOSS de velopments tail turned It In Weve been lucky said the city editor with a jjlewful smile as ho took tho opYe sot photographs of nil tlmllriIfrlpbiHave w r- Yo3thcv cut 300 but theyre worth Ita other paper In town will have cm- That1Jooll raId Godfrcj but it was a half hearted comniciidatlon and he left the office In a frame of mind not wholly ixmiable TIle methods of a popular newspaper are not always above reproach Thank heaven he added to him self his fao Darius a little theres nothing In torj to Implicate eIther roytlot or Mrs Doiroy theres no hint of the skeleton I took care of that which he concluded with nIgrim sniii in mighty forbearing In a yellow niuniistr- Whar vurther tests them were to be of his forbearance not even ho BUS pccloii r i CHAPTER V S a irattcc of courae the afar at the Marathon treated a great publle sensation The papara overflowed with de ImllceletteIt has long boon a habit of mine when any particularly abatrnse crim inal mystery is before the publIc to pin my faith to the Uccord Its other fea tujres I do not numlrc bit I knew that Godfrey was Its expert in crime 94id ever since my encounter with him IIn tile Ilolladay casa I hayo entertain ed the liveliest admiration of Ills licu Inca and audacity If a mystery was possible of solution I believed that ho would salvo It so it was to tho Record r turned now and read carefully every word he wrote about the tragedy 1 was slating IIi try room on the evening second tiny after thoI affair smoking a postprandial and reading tha Records otcnographlc report of the coroners Inquest when there came a knock at ny door nUll my landlady entered She held In her hand a paper which had a formidable legal appearance Have you found another apartment yet Mr Lester she asksd Xo I havent Mrs Fitch I said Im afraid Ive not been us dlllgoat In iMkicg for oaa as I siould have been Well ITC just got anatlieruptlcc audshe sighed wCI1r1ly Thieyr going to begin tarhng down tIle houst diy aZtec tsmorrow I cant find another house so Im goIng to put my furniture Id storage Ive told the men to ome for It tainprrorc JtJIrb I said If I cant tied ngniiarteent to suit Ill put rcy stuff lhgtrJtcrAlH 1 loch tisettlel oack la isy clial n1r plp t iu t t if1 rir df40 r- f S k c i T 7 t t r f l i L 0 t 1 4 1 4 jJF Jf 45 00- i tttc 31uIJ JituJl im1j J lItnutJyAnJl ell rang Tliercy he thdeYhts them confounded artists too lazy t walk pinutcclI looked about the room Tlcro was the caraci where JIIss Croyilon hail cowered and from which she had shot nt Thompsons assailant There was the spot where Thompson himself had fallen lie had lain crtcu16J oa the carpet whllo the what Was that A tlnysparkle caught my eye a reieetIon of the light overhead I sprang from uiy chair and stopped above the place but could see nothing I returned to my chair and again caught the reflection Thin time I marked It exactly In the pattern of the carpet went to it carefully put down my hand noUilug yes a little hard point pressed Into tho carpet so minute I could not pck It up I moistened my linger and an Instant later under the light I saw that I had found a dIn mond Well have y lot It nil fixed girT asked a volvo from the door and I turned with a start to see hIggins standing there Yes I answered rousing myself with an effort and I gave him such di rections as occurred to me lias any one else been in tile rooms I asked Say thats funny he cried Id purty nigh fergot It Early tula rnornln they was somebody a wo man lie came close to me cud dropped his voice to a hoarse whisper IV know wKo I think It was That JIWerent you surcV Xo sue had a veil wrapped cmmd her head an she wasdressed different But It was herI know It And what did she wahUjl asked Wore and more astonished Silt wanted t see thtmms but I told her they was closciy I loll you I was dead afcarcd t coirte up here with her Ilowd I knOf Gut sued take n shot at me Then she wanted t rent eu sight tp cs3 an offered a mouths rent In advance but I told her we didnt rent soats t single wojnen whlcl was true Mebbo I was kind o rough but 1 was askeercd t haxe her around fer I kind o believe shes crazy so purty soon after some mora talkln she give It up an went away As we went down In tho elevator be car stopped A man antI n woman ttcc waiting to be taken up At thd man I did not even gUucc for his companion held my eye Such tierce dark passlouato beauty I had never seen before and my nerves wore stilt tingling wrth the sight of It as I left tile building and turned westward toward my rooms IIAPTEI VI on three days Thompsons body fciy on Its couch at the morgues but of whatiedJlew to Its identity Public lnter ii anti dwindled end passed on JH tliingj EVcu witlrme living ije ycry scene of PJO crime It iiZ un astoalshlns way it ttof r occuijled tuy Otlght lllu IIIj1c It was tnt rry I cou l J III F 1 J i1i itlty- r lJ ii ti Jiit i fc o At050 I t t z 5 i f f 1 T iSS0 4S- i t i ifIf fllf 4 l il 5 r ftJ 1 fpuiaifi 4 f nerAH I IoiigiIs at IeantIt V i wtthltLnpbsslhrcacleclt ti tookupa rette from n pile which ityoaiatiriitcic besldts the couch ilt was thui jj curtains csnhitVi 1a she Iaughed anti after a wbltT otwO4flung the still blazing taper ovwJberj shoulder Pouf And they were la flame A moment before Iwtiif iIlonging for cxcitemerit any excite mont whatever but that sudden burt of Ore frlghtcnea me J rashd out cried for help and she finIshed wlthJa charmIi1f lIttio stUro poiledyour- smoke Try one of these j 5PS5 There was no rcslfthg htr At wan like playing with fla I too ft clgaj rette and lighted It j At FonaCone fly ewas ilo she continued I Vu Here there Is notl smoke FondCorre 1 1 Ii plnlnt closing beyond hcrtj at the memory The e 1 v1tbcllroteEplctywrtecountof Its errata and the tII1tOfS peculiar explanntlo Of113 tso many Wunders came to be inside iThe book Is entitled The Anatouiy3T the Mass 1 consists 6f 172 pages ind IS accompanied by a list of errata ofv 1 fifteen closely jifjntcd pages The on thor la his explanation attributes the mistakes to tits devil who ho says first caused hm tQ drop the manu 1 scrIpt In u ditch and thus5madIt n f mostlllcbli and secondly bltud 4dUngthe printers madetben cosiui j a number of blunders never icaualed inpa work of that size 4dayThe head of the faraihr op M jJ the paper and rern rke theidea of a paper giving a ful page to the report of a prize fig1 tls fa shame Such publIcations shc t not be allowed uNo the should not aswe ed lCansthe fThesb1mepll g a man was an unfair fight Let me sec the paper the wife 7Wait dear tt answe husband r havntm ew myself yet f tTT if fpmNTED AGjLPHSS91 unceoI pish is p of lucky charms tIts better to believe alIouS than half you hear AIid a womans fllCmayD her husbands misfortune s Speaking of Iove s3m bands and wives sScmttolbe mv 1tIIJtmc CrOt r I 5i 4r l i 4 y i 4 V i v 5S t 0c4Of 5S044 nO4t 4