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Tine watch clock and jewelry re pairiag at 0 C Harria All work guaranteed McCormiek Binders Mowers and Twine are superior to any Broth Cr Co AgelltlIThere will be services at theI Christian Church next Sundayat i 11inaad8pni Buy yourbugsy harness duster and whip from Byron Broil Bet good for the least money SDoat buy a binder good for one Asealon only when you can buy The good for alt time- 1 handle the noted ElkhornWhis key There is no better made J W LANE Owingeville Ky Elder B H Ross will preach at i Faasetts schoolhouse next Satur- day night and Sunday following at 11 oclockJJohn W Shrout of lies Mill caught recently a catfish weighing twentythree and author twenty nine pounds When you need a wedding pres k kflt call at O C Harris jewelry j star and examine his line of liltTerwarc before you buy SS Farmers will make a mistake if they fail to procure a colt of the sret of J8 Brown the noted slut l01 fThC VCanxutr 7v Every grade of buggy harness from ebeap factory to a firstclue 9t hnndmadceL 1ELiArGBuy the Milwaukee Binder and Mower lightest draft strongest built Hlaehihe HadetEL t A T BrnoH t Lok hero The people that bay pictures enlarged will save big Money by getting J M Brother to furnish the frames 10tf We are going to deal in ice this r year and would be glad to have 55TOUT patronage J W LANE Owingeville Ky When in Qwingsville call and have yonreyes tested free of charge- W will furnish glasses at a small I price O C HARRIS i On Monday morning T J Janes bought R E Catletts interest U the livery stable of Catlett k DentoQ and took possession at once f P The fancy prices that horses are bringing should convince the far sera who want fancy prices that J 6 Brown is the best horse to breed to I Grant Baker of color sent to prison for life from this county on a asurier charge was paroled at Frankfort last week by the Prison Board Big stock and dove prices on gooseBeet and eye hoes rakes scythe saaths corn planters Er rjthing in seasonably goods BLATBTROir If youneed anything in rough lumber delivered at low prices leave your order with Bud Brother and it will have prompt attention SIMPBOV KAERICK W still handle the genuine Brewa single and doubleshovel guariThe K of Pe had a called meet tag Saturday sight to initiate MT jeral from Yale in the tbird degre After the Meeting they gave an r otber one of their fine lunches f vedby JTJTurley Do not waste your time and en trgy trying to uO a pair of poor fptilfactory glasses when you can just aa well have your eyes tested and fitted with tbe spectacles 4 you ought to hive at O C Harris IBegIDnlne1ondayr vof of allliaery uch as hats flowers 47Zt= ribbons cbiffoas aulls Ito at cost It for cash No goods ebarged in this 2 UalKpv laD 8 EUJII j CARD or THAXKS We take thi ti aethod oflxtl dl gourheartf lt- f i jtbasks to the many kind friends neighbors who so kindly and ItIrIng1y aWed and assisted in eariag for our son and brother dui f i g bis sick asd suffering hours 1r2 Ma MRS F T JOHIB JWTO FAX t t jL7 Odesw Ky j r t ite 4 j sk i ilC g f n 1lr i f j 0 r a J i cr i rPERSONAL Miss Emma Skillman of North Middlctown is visiting BIrs II L LaneMiss KcMio Bolts of Peeled Oak was a guest of Miss Clara B last week Colonel Gatewood of Mt Ster ling was guest ol R E Cnllett last week Mrs W Ray Patterson returnee parentlltMr and Mrs Owens KatlifT of Sharpsburg spent Friday with Mr and Mrs E H Goodpaster- J H Asbury and John Howard of Ruddells Mills Bourbon Co were in town Saturday on business IDr B Corntilison son Rex J W Riley and family spent Friday in Mt Sterling with Mr and Mrs U C leadIA J Gatewood of Louisville was here Monday Jacks many old friends were very glad to see him again Misses Lillie Heflin and Nora tariff of Tilton Fleming Co came Tuesday to visit Mm Hs brother E W Hefliu Mr and Mrs S J Fearing and Henry of Tecumsoh Ala artrived Sunday on a visit to InIMary Conner Will Ruby Hazelrigg of l rankI fort was here from Thursday until friends who 1TeryMrs Dr Dicken of Grange City and Mrs John Dicken of Bethel were guests of Mrs George A reed Friday Miss Emily Brother returned home last week from Louisville where she had been a guest of the family of M S Tyler F H Ewing returned last weeks from St Louis where he a cJellleMrs H D Paynter and Miss Paynter of Middleeboro came Monday to visit Mrs Ps father Jas T Crooks on Peeled Oak Miss Jessie Atchison of Wyom ug went last Thursday afternoon c o Winchester to be the guest of Miss Sue Peddicord for some days Mr and Mrs Ben F Shrout wenlb to Salt Lick Saturday to visit Mrsn Dick Jlice Mrs S returned = TTirjrfs Jt II sameb i5tayyhcn his Ion Alban wont Irttter him Mr and Mrs Chas Spencer vie Mr and Mrs Joe Spencor at rangoCity last week They were accompanied homo Bu ford andt Robt Spencer who1i11romain 1111sweek Mr and Mrs S M Purcell c meII over from Mt Sterling Monday to pend the day Mrs Pnrcell bulet her friends and acquaintances goods bye as she will return to her home in Louisville this weekIJacc J Mark of the American Telephone Telegraph Co with headquarters at Kenova W Va was hero Friday greeting his old friends Jaco has been employed by this company to go with them on their route through Ohio Indi Rna and on to Chicago as has alsoI been James Kendall our South Side correspondentiLUMBER ANT POSTsAIl sizesa pine chestnut and white oak Call on or address F SLESSEB Olympia Ky or L R BLESBFK Owingsville o Ky 25tf H C Mead of Montgomery county bought the 76 aero farm on upper Slate Creek of Jacob and Jacob C Warner for 1400 It is known as the Billy Gilmore farm SEE HEaL IBegInning Monday May 27 I will sell my entire stock of millinery such as hats flowers ribbons chiffons mulls etc at cost for cash No goods charged in this line Rssp MRS D S ESTILL ELECTED OFFIOJCBS Owingsville Lodge No 87 Knights of Pythias elected the following officers for the ensuing year Dr J H Taul bee C C 0 C Harris V C M D Fans Prelate J K Emmons M of A W P Conner Jr Master ofI Works JD Conner K of RSO- scar B Brother and James Barnes Grand Lodge Representatives The community and old saint and sinner denominational and nondenominational commends the Rev T W Barkers methods and sermons The amicable feeling ex isting among the representatives of different Christian denominations is commendable and is of itself a good result of the present meetlngAu gusta Chronicle Rev Barker is assisting Rev JIR Nelson in a series of meetings at the M E Church RXPCBUOAH MAGISTERIAL PatS MART The Republican primary to choose a candidate for Magistrate in the Wyoming district will beheld Saturday June 29th 1001 The voting will bo done at Forge Hill and Wyoming voting place Legal voters of said precincts who are known to the officers of the election to be Republicans other Republicans who may become voters by said day of election ani other legal voters who declare in good faith their purpose to vote for the nominee of said primary at the regular election may vote but n one who voted in the Democratic primary last April shall be allowed to Tote at said Republican primary lji tISS4a i i til f rT 7 IIIii t rr1 Two AccwFsTIOn Sunday at Conner Dawsons livery table Sant Foley in n Bcrullla with his brothorinlnw Jim DHUgherty wa thrown nnd the small bone of his leg broken Henry Green remarked 11that ho wouldnt let n littlo man like Jim throw him down Jim then grabbed Henry and threw his down but Jim was slightly stnbbe lIenryclaimedhe had his knife open when Jim took hold of him All are pvrn colored people Henry was arrested and held over till Monday for trial under 500 bond when he was ac quitted HURRAH FOR WEST END Bon F Piersall as will be seen in tbe Upper Prickly Ash items has rea son to be more than happy now Happiness is Bens normal state Ah a bridegroom with ono of the prettiest and sweetest of girls for brido it is difficult to describe his state of exaltation for words aro too feeble for such purposes IBen is the real thing as a business man or as a jovial goodnatured follow amon congenial spirits and his wit and humor would knock the blues out of an indigo bag lIe has friends everywhere ho is known and they will all rejoico with TUEtOUTLOOK over his great good une There are lots too who know him only as Weal End wri ter for THE OCTLOOK and they will dd their felicitations LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAUKET By George R Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse CoJune IDOlFor the past ten days there as been a gradual strengthening of the market on nil grades of Burley tobacco Types which showp the biggest advance are types from tips up cnmmon grades of tobacco have also shown an ad veryittleup on the breaks and the of it is so great that the demand is strong under active competition and prices on this lass of tobacco will go higher We would advise our friends to get their tobacco in as good order aa possible and get it into market so they will be prepared to take nd vantage of any advance that might i omeSTEALINOOUTLOOKSOmC years ago this oflic was much annoyedI y corn1r who had ails rHiius OUTLOOKS on their ay to etc The practice1 ibee t1lIclor ti 1car1i 5J thu wt cr sutllcf Yo know that the I stealing fc J s Juy the mail agents or by somebody they permit to- andle the mail We request everY one subscriber or exchiungaen- itled to receive TUE OUTLOOK to notify us promptly when a copy nf the paper fails toreach them Were collecting evidence to make a complaint to the U S postal an thorities to have the stealingb It is dama a ritysubscribers deprived of the papers in that way- EcrERrAINED At her home Breezy Viunear Sharpsburg on last Friday evening Mire Laura Withers entertained in a delightful manner a number of friends Dano was the principal amusement and thus tbe time was spent until about one oclock Saturday morn ng Music was furnished by piano nd stringed instruments Anelo glint lunch of strawberries cake and sherbet was served about eleven clock The table was beautifully decorated with ferns white carna tions und pink roses at eachend and a large boquet carnations in the center Those who enjoyed Miss Withers hospitality were Misses Blanche Browning Marian Eatliif Ella Maffett Ella Ratliff May Saundors Alma Metsalfe of Car- lisle Bettio Saunders Marvin Wilson Mr and Mrs Guy Ratliff Messrs Charley Baseom Will Saun ders Frank Hill Ellis Byron and James Ross of Owingsville Will Evans James Sharp Ollle Knight Howard Moffett William Lindsay Elgin and Boss Sharp Gay Shrout and Henry Cracraf COURT DAY1he farmers were too anxious to take advantage of the season to sot tobacco to come to town Monday in large numbers The crowd was small though in creased somewhat about noon by those who worked in the tobacco toinoon The trade of the merchants was proportionate to the crowd About 150 cattle mostly little stuff were offered and partly sold at lower prices than at last Court Some 60 stock bogs were offered and all soldat5 to 510 per hundred They were rather common stockThere were more horse buyers here than horses to sellcoming from MillersburgCynthiana Paris Winchester Mt Sterling and the regular buyers from Fleming Co The purchases were few Thomas McClintook of Millers burg bought tbroe horses at 94 11250 and 117 respectively Ben Bramblott of Winchester bought of Henry Hopkins a 3year old horse for 1176- 0iBrownYoong sold a mature mule to J M Richart for 105 Brown Young Crouch sold Boyd Hendrix Co 49 ewes and- o lambs at 165per bead RB Brotherrefused 150 for a horse that he bought a short time ago for 65 i iiX 1W 1ii i J1 j 1 etr4t i 5M iIG Ttt z GUKAT BarrEn orTuRKRirs Mrs Maggie Carter west of town has four turkey hens which have laid laYer one hundred eggs before going to setting She set two of them and one chicken hen on 51 eggs Among the three they hatched 48 turkeys One of the turkey hens eggatlaying every day now They still have 38 turkeys running with them DIED Undo John Hedges who recently died in Harrison county at a very advanced age was well known and highly esteemed here He lived for many years on Hink stonCreek in Bath count lIe was in the U S Internal Revenue sir vice for some years and was avery ardent Republican He went in recent years ta make his home with some of his family who lived in HarrisonSCOL JOTOES NEW BoozColJohn A Joyce of Washington D C has written another work which be calls in his hearty jocular way Utbe greatest book since the flood I It In biography of Edgar Allan Poe whom foreigners rank as thet greatest American poetic genius Joyce aims to tellUthe whole about Poe wbo is judged by tho irregularities of his private lift by the American public rather than appreciated for his poetic gifts This is pronounced litho most eloquent and poetic biography overwritten of the great American poet There is no life of Poe in the National Library that in any manner biographyApart man anything that comes from the en of Col Joyce if highly inter eating to the people here where John A Joyce lived and loved whenl he was a rollicking young with dreams of fame and a boundIless ambition- sMiss BABBEES ENTERTAINMENT Though not so large as it ought to have boon one of the most genteel audiences ever gathered at a public entertainment hers greeted Miss Nannie Barbet of Danville at the Court house Wednesday night Juni5th to hear her dialect recitations n the in Cerent of the Confederate Monument fund being raised by the local society of tho United Daughters of theConfederacyBiis i i Barbed is perfectly at home ins j inpersonationa of the darkiestoHier peculiar people of the South d possesses mi excellent sojfsel iaur which ODTIT TaifrliSte arZed with being de1iciint 1J Qn trself in connection w girls blundering fraukuesn nails4 tort to correct it Triere was u disappoi troent toe UisBarheo in regard tt a quar flietHorcoulinot be secured and a piano l lt was substituted Miss Bar v ee was hurried through her pro gramme without enough rest and t was very trying to heriMiss Barbie is a s Funaie Talbott of Sharpsburg and went down to pay her a visit before returning home While here she was a guest of Mrs AW Bascom B A YLOIllh lUlOxN u rae ries Lee Co Va June 6 1901Mr LOR B Baylor and Miss Ida Harmon were married Juno 4th at 330 p mi The ceremony took place at the home of Rev I S Anderson of Rose Hill Rev Anderson officiat ing The bride 11 a daughter of the late John Harmon of Granite City Ky After graduating trom the Lexington Business College Junet 5th 1900 she came here and hnsI since remained as stenographer toI The Silver Leaf Nurseries She isI a very industrious young lady and makes a permanent friend of every acquaintance and is loved by alliwho know her Her many hero regret to see her leave butI hope she will form new acquaintances whose hearts may be cheered by her pleasant words and ways The luster of every virtue is brightened by her refined manner arid genI ial disposition As she took leave of us her dazzling white attire re called to me the purity of her heart and spotless reputation Tho sick and needy in this community will greatly miss her kind visits and cheering company The bridegroom is a son of C E Baylor deceased He was reared in this county is a prosperous merchant of means and merits the confidence and respect of all He is polite obliging and holds a per manent custom We think him well worthy the prize he has won Good wishes are extended to Mr and Mrs Lon BaylorGRANDPA DAVIS DOMT TiNKER WITH AH EDITOR Dont get gay with the editor says and exchange A young woman poked fun at the editor of the Bluff ton Ind Banner boeause his trousers were patched The editor went home and sued her husband for S10 he owed on subscription IMPORTANTIF TnuxA Liverpool physician claims that the worst case of smallpox can be cured in three days by cream of tartar One ounce of cream of tartar dissolved in a pint of boiling water to be drunk when cold at short intervals It can be taken at any time and is a preventive as well as a curative It is known to have cured a hun dred thousand cases It never leaves a mark never causes blind ness and prevents tedious lipger IngExSII tJtc iij v A cr CF Lr 1 t 7 CORRESPONDENCE CONTISUKD IfHOM FOURTH AGE Salt Lick Mrs Lurena Campbell is visiting relatives in Sbarptburg G W Clay ton of near Winchester was in town Saturday and Sun day Mrs John Howell of Alabama is visiting her sister Mrs Wm S MazeChildrens Day exercises were heldat the Christian Church Sun day morning Miss Kate Templeman of Win chester is visiting her aunt Mrs W E AtchisonS Mrs Kate E Shouse and daugh ter Miss Annie of Mt Sterlingare visiting Isaac Shouse Mrs Jennie Clayton sold her household goods at auction Satur day and left Sunday to make her home with her son George near WinchesterIRevival services continue at theJ byRevcrowds attend and much interest is manifestedE will move this week late the property he recently purchased of Mrs Clayton W BsWinkler operator at Midland will occupy tho rooms over the depot Miss Carroll Downey who had been ill with consumption at the home of her sister Mrs L L Dick crson for several months died on Friday June 7tb and was burieds Saturday in the Dickrson cemetery The sorrowing friends and relatives have our deepest sympathy Last Saturday our second pub ie sale day brought one of the largest crowds to town that we seen here Quite a lot of stock was on the market and most of it old at fair prices The merchants all seemed to be busy and were pleased and voted the Sale DAYs- a decided success E E Blackburn cashier of the Jonesrille Bank in Owen county is n town this week lIe will try to orgnniza a bank here This is some thing our eitizons should give sub stantial encouragement to as a batik would undoubtedly be a prof tK ble investment u great conven ence to our citizens and a benefit o the town I nnQrPrnk1u4LQ r Aluinnsi Stone brugltt u coW in Fleming Co luU week for 24 B F Shrout and son Alby visited relatives nt Suit Lick Saturday andbSlmday iIMisB Mary L Cnrrof Montgom is visiting relatives in this neighborhood Arthur Markland visited Tibbad Goodpaster and wife at ile Saturday nightOMrs Thomas Peters and Mrsr Albert Wilson of near Bethel viao pIrroutRev Edward Sandford of Wil more College will preach at lIar pers schoolhouse next Sunday morning at 10 oclock W S and Walter Carr of Judy Montgomery Co visited relatives in this vicinity Sunday night and attended Court Owingsville Mon daytf June 9th at the residence ofand by Elder B F Parker Mr Ben F Piersalland Miss Minnie Cartmill Mr Elzie Stone and Miss Eliza Cartmill were united in tho holy a bonds of matrimony The brides sisters Ben F Piersall is a sontthe late Thornton Piersall resides at White Sulphur this county He is engaged in the mil business and farming This s his second matrimonial venture his first wife having been a daughter of Hiram Armitage Mr Pier s sail is one of those wholesouled clever follows who makes friends everywhere he goes also is an hon oat honorable business man He has been tboUWeit End corres pondent for THE OUTLOOK for soy eral years and we hope he will- sstill continue to write for the pa per as his correspondence is very interesting Mr Piersall has a host of friends who will be pleased to learn of his good luck in win ning the heart and hand of Miss CartmiU as a companion and belp meet through life The bride is the second daughter of Mrs Sallie Cartmill of this neighborhood is a beautiful and accomplished young lady being a school teacher in the public schools of this county Miss Minnie is a model young lady be ing a true type of Ientucky wo manhood and is in every way wor thy to adorn the home of the one she has chosen for a companion Her many friends will be pleased toI learn of the consummation of her happinessMr Stone is the second oldest son of Mr and Mrs J B Stone and is a sober industrious young man and numbers his friends by the number of his acquaintances He has a number of relatives line friends who will be pleased to hear of his matrimonial bliss His Bride Is the youngest daughter of Mrs Sallie Cartmill and is noted for her thrift and industry although being quite young She was very popu hat among her associates being goodlooking and of that tempera ment that always greets every one with a smile Heres to you Mr and Mrs Ban r j iic F Piersall Mr and Mrs EUio patlwaythroughhfe when you shall have been called into the great beyond that you may so have lived that you may be an chored safely in that haven of rest Odessa Mrs Geo Trumbo has been quite poorly for several weeks Dallas Gudgell and John Law aurIWarren Swetnam lost by death last week a good work mule j cause of death unknown Boone K and Robt Freeman vii ited their parents at Hillsboro Saturday and Sunday Dr and Mrs A W Jones visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs CItyThursdayJos R Jones returned from Lex ington Bible College Friday and passed on to Hillsboro Saturday to fillan appointment there Sunday Cliff Hondrix bought a horse trom Garfield Anderson last Wednesday for 13250 and tho latter bought a horso Old John from John Law for 65 Those interested in raising horse will remember that the sire of most all those horses sold in this partot the county ranging from 125 to 500 in the last month is Ed Andersons Black Squirrel Dont always take a man at what he says but what he moans and sometimes a lady too especially hose who dont talk much Re cently a young lady went to call for a fork at tho table but said pleaseI and of six weeks with stomach trouble and just when the struggle came for lifo or death tubercular meningitis Bet up the life of Jonathan Warren Jones came to an end on Wednes day last at five oclock a m The attention given him during his sickness was of the best his friends gathered around his bed by day and by night anxious to do sufTorIBlackIthree weeks and executed his duty until the last his brother DrA- W Jones watched over him close AnaiU i t5UiuysIcll4iis andlor the last ton days sacrificed his large prentice and him day and night but lis all was in vain and a good oy is gone Warren as he was familiarly called was thejoungest Ion and child of Franklin TandMartha E Jones and was born Oct 23 1877 was 23 years 7 and 18 days old when he ied He was a faithful member the Christian Church at White ak and was always willing and to do his part both in and ut of the church The funeral rocession which was near a half long followed hIs remains out the ridge the following evening to where they were laid to rest in the family burying ground The pall bearers were Ed Jess H and H B Anderson Joseph Swetnam Dallas Gudgell and Jno H Law Besides the heartstricken father and mother neither of whom was able to- ollow his remains to the grave were left to mourn their loss our brothers and three sisters The brothers are S T M L Dr A Wand O W Jones the sisters Mrs IR Darnell Mrs S O Hawkins and Mrs R R Swetnam Toll of the family the community extend their heartfelt sympathy in- heir sorrow ONE IN ITThe question of the relative merits of lawyers and ed- Itors as to veracity arose recently at a social affair whoro both pro fessions were about equally repre nted Each of course claimed the honors but the final settlement of the question was left to a repre sentative of each side The representatives wero to prepare essays and submit them to a committee The best essay would decide the dif erence and this was the prize es ay There is one editor in Heaven though how ho got there the Lord only knows but it in supposed he rode in on the blind baggage or got a pass When they found him there they tried to turn him out but he refused to go they then hunted allover Heaven for a lawyer to serve ejectment papers but they could not find one so tbo editor held the fort and ho is there to this day Exchange NEW BHRBER SHOP 1 have opened a now barber shop at C P Manns old stand and haveS employed No 1 harbor from is Ky who is an export in his line U FRANK HEDGE WALLACE S GDDGELL ATTYATLAW Have removed my office to the Ewing building on Main street and will he glad to have my old clients to call 3- 0tiFORSALE Ahouso and one aero of ground in Forgo Hill Joins schoolhouse Good well of water a number of fruit trees and a good fence 15 MRS MELISS ANDERSON I rr XCir j 1NOi FARMERSJ t7 You want the best Plows and PlowGearingT VULOAN IS THE BEST CALLED R6W 14work you I will give you your money back BRIM IsthefuorediscMy BreechlngCheckIMnde Come and see me and I will save yon money EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE ICYS SAM PI ATCHISON DRUGGIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBAteOS CIGARS EK M D FAR I SSUCCESSOR TO PAXTON DENTON Ondepfaker r FiirDiiiiref 0- In MASONIC BLDG OWINGSVIL L E t- J L HESS FUNERAL DIRECTOR CLOSINGOUT SALE 1 r Having bought a farm and wishing to turn our attention to farming we offer our stock of Dry Goo Clotljn Gro i ceriesJxoliQns etc etcr FOR SALE =tf3f1wishingclass point 6 r7 JACKSON ESTILLi lj WYOMING KY I THE AMERICAN INYESTMEIT 6QMPAKY T IncorporatedCAPITAL 2540000 RESERVE SURPLUS 12540000 AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 OOJ Address all correspondence tY5HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS Teeth ache See Dr Perry E C Perry Dentist Over Richarts storekOld Hickory Famous among the v most famous of Kentucky whiskies p wholesome and strengthening for the weak pleasantly Invigorating for the strong1 For sale by S P Atchison Owingsville Ky We Need ItI WE MUST HAVE ITlAll those indebted to us please call and settle We would not nsks you were we not compelled to cot I lect to pay our debts I S SLESSER SIMPS R NEWMAN LATELY OF GRANGE CITY has opened ont a Drug Store at the Ragan Room ON MAIN CROSS ST- FLEMINGSBURGKENTUCKY And would be pleased to have his Bath Rowan and Fleming county friends give him a call when in to- wn3Rllucwator Farmers KytM- ANUFACTURER O- FLUMBERFlooringOlingWeatherboarding MouldingLathsTobaccoHogi heads Oak Pickets for wire fence and Tobacco Barn Timber Why dont you see Dr Perry about yourteeth 07 0i I Good whisky IB both doefor and tonic Better looking than doctors better tasting than all medicines For general family use whisky and HARPER AYhiff y is preeminently the family wfila ky told by J W Lane OIyiulanTRY 2 REX DANDRUFF GUREtSTOPS THE HAIR FROM FALLING OUT AND GIVES ITNEW LIFE Barber Shop n cellar under Owingsville Banking Special attention paid to clean ug and trimming ladies and chll drens hair Work done at yoW house If desired 5v THE Farquhar THRESHER for 45 vears too well known to need description here catalogno of Engines J hreshiug Machin i ery Saw Mills Agricultural Implement mailed fre- eABFARQUHARCOLtd I isYork Pa j i 00 r C O RAILWAY TUCK or TRAIKUJLT P DTO8IOfKA- STBOUlID XoJ t kni no22Us8pn- KoM aO 8pnv VX8TBOCX- OXoil i O43aza i No254i43pmNo25 i tDally except Sunday AllxtH r dally Train 32 and X carry Dining car serving 9 Meals alacarte TIMECARD KFPECT1Y J O tT Ifr 19W Express Trains for LpaUvllle Ixulngtoo1 Cincinnati Wtuhlncton yew York and Eastern Cities Yor Information regarding ratb sleeps lIng car reservations call on or aadreti tf Agent Cib Rail wajvPres ton StatloaJ 5fl QWBAKfKT C HiKrAX I DPA Len GP F LxthgioxijE7 QIe4aaMtio I 1 2 5 t fi Sl Y a l I1 i L TiS j C j b I r p f I fI I j r V I 1A 1I 0 t ATI I t OwinosviiieOiitiooR t OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO PubUihen DWINGSVILLB KENTDCKZ l DREAMSlWben the inMirr day with Hi toll Ir ocr And darknc ss broods over earth once more Vft gladly Flip through the pate of night And call for a mystical llhorc In the oftwlnsd shallop of sleep we Slide Oer a silent sea with a rhythmic tide 4 That lulls to ret each throbbing woe 7 Our aching hearts may hide And though from afar no Beacon gleams Nor uJdlngbUzUYet cvtr the unseen ships go hiSeeking the haven of dreams And when weve entered that haven fair The wonders untold that await us there in the meadows of childhood wfc VBackroam nuking again In the lavellglit of home 11 The Gear ones weve Tost art with us unio more Jut an we knew them and loved them of yore And none ever doubts Is not us It seems While we linger entranctd In the haven ol dreams So It eemeth to me that some shadowy night When death draws the curium well slip out of sight r ekesToweep And the haven of dream lleth white Mary K Buck In Cbteagolnter Ocean 1 jrrrtgh 1S99 by J B IJpplncott Com pany All rights reserved CHAPTEH X COXTINVMI As Frances hurried homeward fhoking anti sick with her sorrow the found herself caught in the whirls rnd eddies of a great crowd and borne ftlong helplessly past her street Mc turned torches and were cheering msehes hoarse while horns added din to the confusion Upon hat were the red letters MM ItJlIwas a demons t rat ion by the fa Minute Men who rose in n southern city If they had risen t nearly ion years before when the drums beat Suddenly she was 9 jammed against a carriage Ibe prog VMS of which had been stayed by the itrowil Its sole was a thsilenttorches his fact exactly filled lines iouelibly fixed in her memory by the brief fiame of match it was the face of Richard Somers cold and im mobile trpon the teat by lila side was a travelingbag his eyes looked out calmly almost coldly over her heed He was tot southern he was IlIta Virginian and the hour awoke ImJ1l1ltI her bands upward but memory re IhatIrose to her lips Onlj in inarticulate cry burst from them a cry low and half smothered in the roar of voices Ytt low as It was it reached the oe cupant of the carriage Something J in that voice a tone a vibration touched a memorycelt He turned quickly and looked back a girl hold log desperately tathJwnn of an ods negrrss was borne alou liy Hie tumultuous human wave tar an in b I Ji turned to hlotbe loveIicst t UIit m1i0 from her lipijie beard conic back one l word s tIuVit 1 the fierce passions surging behind him- lie made a derprrate effort to alight tfrom the vehicle but so dense wa the crowd the door would not open And resringhoraesway When he was free again only a sea of flame in whose jlejUlis human figures teemed to trarch met his gaze It hadwallowe njf ihl woman I while face A great transparency swaying and wavering likt n run ken man thrust Itself before hi vision and blotted out Jhefcenr 1pon jl was the legend1uti with the Van Leeir CHAPTER XI Sorrow unmixed with remorse is the touIV duration The aoutof the woman w ho grieves in silence broadens and deepens sending down into her own life farreaching roots and un folding upward rare auxiliary bios I toms that 611 the life about her with ditine breathing Such wa the rx perienoe of Frances Urookin Thrown I 1 back upon herself conscious of inno cence tn1 feeling always the presence of sorrow the forrow of a great dis hCarray itselftfor it is true that age is the sum of experience rather than years and all of life may be lived between the fit ting and the rising of the run But with Frances this change was not the shrinking of the soul into forgetfulp S ness it was an enlargement and perspective in which old headland assumed smaller proportions Xew imperative duties they teemed arose and met her new responsibilities pre tented themselves she faced them all bravely hopefully lovingly The fine I quality of her soul proved itself in the casting out of all the bitterness which had in the first hours of tier misfor tune rtormed its citadel and raised somber banner there The victory I over self won by this frail girl was so marvclously complete that no cynicism supplanted her innocent faith in the t eternal existence of truth and good ress and their ultimate triumph over evil He touching acceptance of life 0 I in its new aspect was not born in a ithiS There were weeks of anguish there were months of dull heartache r and loneliness there were tearetit 1 pillon and nights of crying out against fate for the dfatbor an Ideal is the tuddestdeath in all the universe since for this there is no resurrection The wasf under the petals ir of a faded white rose Richard Somers J was out of her life out of her heart The man the loved had never existed s she tofd herself He was a dream a i romance an immaculate conception of If virgin mind The real man was the unworthy offspring of base worldly passions he was nothing to her butsjc ausmetPolitical events hastened the girl tll1towomanhood and towards that large tolerance with which the strong 4 c 1 soul at last invariably encysts tbe in explicable and ph welcome facts It can 1 not avoid With one leap tbefierce south entered the arena of war and 4 Virginia hills echoed the mingled cheers of contending armies and the q S thunder of mighty guns Richmond r s seemed to have become as In a day 4 t ilie center of intrigue and of action r I jUB tvcry Jdeflashc4Jlie gold and all JJijr l z f i X 5 r Jc 5tv iJ 4 IiJ i irfo t 91 cIi Jjt2 0 oif t 7cP e S 1 r f i J 1 J II ver of wars rich trappings Plumes danced in the breezes and the conled crate gray met the eye rest where it would From the capitol the banner of a new nation floated proudlyant abeneathlog legions the galloping hoofbeats of horses through all hours of day night Menrin this hitherto staid antI southern city hurried under the spur of emotions that seemed born of a con tagion in the air and anxious women went about with willing hands to aid in every department they might in arIjllstinlIhlfdemands was Frances llrookin the tenderness of her fine face softened and deepened into divine womanliness the lovcray eloipient in her melting eyesSwiftly the holiday side of the war li id failedout of view Agonized si knceswalloxvcd up laughter For the driftwas coming in from where the do rni of battle raged wrecks of human forms once freighted with lifes rarest merchandise Soon every hits pital every available space in church and public building and the most spa cious of private homes wen to have their quota of the wounded the living andthedcad The southern woman was entering upon thai field of labor in which fK achieved her noblest dignity her fame its immortality Foremost anrong tho e ship first gave their en ergies their w hole uses to the ailevia lion of MiflVring the inspiration of the hopeless and the despairing was Fran ces llrookin Free to dispose of lit r time as she would and with an abut dant means at her t disposal the made herself a ministering angel wherever a soldier Miffrrrd Day uul night she labored sustained by boundless patri otisin and an elation for which sh could not account try as she would She failed in her selfanalysis from ignorance of the fact that a voice that has once spoken to the heart is never quite silent afterwards and that youth when it buries its dead tramples not thHltl above it Fiery hatred of tIl iteher sisters bred in the bone and nour ished with the mothers milk it could not be quelled except by years of gentle association ands common cause but Iiby a strange paradox this bitterness excluded every stained and Moody blue uniform or haggard northern fare Out of the tight these were ever out of the sweep of a southern woman ven geance Ipon the suffering prixmrrs Frances delighted to lavish the tender ness of her nature now broadened am deepened by its own ministry nil d something louchingly human carried her among them although she was not conscious of it For this had come to pass within e heart of Frances Uronkin there IidII fiction the Richard Somers ol her girlish dreams Richard Somers as she had seen him face to face one night under the burning match his voice ringing strong and true and tender upon her hearing Before him sItu t ting him into the sanctity of her room she had dropped a veil of iridescent gossamer and within that room seen only through the veil the man lived kingdomThrollh breath of the suffering and the dying of his own country he spoke gently tenderly to her in the lonely hours ol her vigils The other Richard had been digumsed not harshly or hastily not in anger hut sadlya man ill worthy a man at war with the truth and nobleness of her nature antI at war with her ppople No one knows how such fictions onie about but the T ania 01 most uiiUiI di And time hurt helped Frances for iuUing tmskshe reestablisSed many vital facts that lessened the sadness of emory the man must once have bee- nnoblehl deeds jof mercy und gentle ness proved that innately noble he mitot liuvc been when the met him for t f c r ASK WHAT YOU WILL MY ChILI in the face of a great temptation he- adh kept his promise to his lrind telt- o the extent of shutting his eii Cslagainst the girl whose arms had be eiiIbout him whose lips breathed love or- im And somewhere despite all the trickery there was still nobility for silently he lund ridden away faithful to his friend He hind lain under her hands wounded by the pistol shot and no woman ever hated a helpless suffer In man As for his deceptions his Iots some fearful necessity must have compelled hint The oilier woman She had been too base for him she had been at heart a murderess She it was who had dragged him down And was he not caring for the child Frances would not have admitted it to herself o h LqfSomers Her heart was big enough to hold him and all his weakness Was there a loss of somethingfrom her na t gainNo to her reportXonewar began Front some one Ilrodnar probably since his name was upon it giyingRichard Somers had been reinstated in the army and promoted to be captain of artillery But one day early in the spring of 1SC2 when the greatederal movement against Richmond was beginning and when every train was bringing hia bloody harvest ihe leaned above a wounded enemy The question so often n aked1o what command do you be long drew forth an answer that tilled her with excitement She felt her heart begin to beat madly and her limbs yielding to a sudden excitement Your captain Whatis his name Richard Somers miss How thrilling sounded the name hat morning It was the first time she had heard it spoken since its bearer hash said among the flickering shad ows of her room If to carry in memo ory the living record of one face will help you take mine and with it right or wrong the Jove of Richard Somers Tile Eceiirv never dimmed in all the months that bad passed stood forth picfurening The wounded man saw in ber face the glow of its Reflection Tri u mph shone in her eloquent eyes a rIi 2 f i sudden agitation locked the sort white lands Do you know him mist I Yea yes Is he welli he safe The man read more titan sIte suspected nd turned his eyes away embarrassed He was singularly helpless from his wounds aud she had his face at her mercy Her womans instinct dis cerned his thought her lips moved without sound hut her soul was in the appealing look riveted upon him think not he said reluctantly at last In fact I know that IIlii voundetLtCoDead iyou menu she gasped in the struggle to conceal her anguishINo titissnot exactly t ha ly wounded very badly am afraid Whore is he Jhe made no effort then tn conceal the truth She n hierIJous nuine my friend till tIIlllIlme all Cant you sic cant you see4 She covered her face unable to roll tinue ICUll only tell you what know iiiics lie was dead hen caw him last Our guns were in the line vIte the charge came The line was hickt iiitat both Hunks and the yelling coiifcd crates wen swarming about us Kier h oforsecame for us to iool out for ourselves and hack went to PMM IIP capture what was left of u Well miss HIm hodal1 thru that XuI had lire ii left loadediioithhi hint tiI with ran ister the man at the lanyard had fall en riead just as ho lifted his hand to 111111lId MI the gun stood ready to he turned upon us Then apt Somcrs lulled and looked about for sonic tine t send back hut think miss he u ufcl have een lint the chance Has spirate It was tIIJan instant anil heIreached the gun and seized the cord lit was lily captain and couldnt leave him there you know MI I hail followed him too Then up in trout an army f gray seemed to rise as from tin ground and they tired a volley as he pulled the lanyard threw myself on my tryfitlilt crowd ahead was disordered ami torn hut still coming tin anil thecap tain lay by his gun orawlrd over and laid my hand upon him Tom lie said cool as am right now Tin gone but if you get out take the papers in my pocket and my watch to my mol her took them as he told roe He fainted 1 think and I Was afraid hW3S dead hut he breathed again And t lieu tIIis1 hadnt tried IIponhis tahimthrough his Turning over suddenly I land hint on me a death weight and then somehow I got up The whole thing was not a minute long The muled tuiheypluderhim and left me which was right for four men had died there to save him gnwaslyandofblessyou she sank her face beside him sobbing for joy The watch the pa thingGoGiveIn my contnld the stranger 16DonttThi trllrltgwatch was there and th re too were the letters sealed for his mother ready for delivery if he were picked up dead by friend or foe Xo line for her the woman who loved him oneoved him as she had known him Ipon the inner case of his watch was his own name nod address and still no line for her the woman who held him so dear Hut in the locket dangling from the chain there were two lines cut into the v ir Igin gold plRietmouiIroseate thru grew life for theI lhherfalseIwealth As hhe stood by the wounded soldier his eyes restitigin sympathy on Liefneshrine was raised all that was leftIof resentment vanished out of her heart When afterward she realized this site was amazed and troubled sihostsdoingtaherstepmother was indulging her whims in those days There Frances a ndcoi colroduar tohehe was one of those homeless waifs to whom war had promised nothing butIexcitement and change It was nilI felieacceptedas to Somers und was content to let tyOneto limp about the garden upon his crutches and sit in the shade byItheI plashing fountain to read in the Dis patch of the great battles being fought around the endangered capital of theJconfederacy Frances bearing the highest testimonials from surgeons and hospital officials as to the conspicuous and devoted service she had rendered went to the executive mansion and se cured admission to the presence of its great Mef Mr Davis courteously read tier papers and looking into the earnest face of the fair girl sitting lie hhisAsk what you will my child he ititIt is the parole of a private soldier she saldtnda safeconduct through our liars lie is wounded but has hacovered sufficiently to travel He will not enter the service again sir his In yAndAll To Be Conttnued1C When Uenn Gull Forgot Dr Gott who has recently nn nounced his intention of resigning the bishopric of Trnro was formerly the dean of Worcester his absentminded ness was so notorious that he earned for himself the sobriquet of Dean For get IJehimself on one occasion in vii beda short time before the diuuer hour he suggested that a stroll through the grounds wouldbe a good appetizer After spending a quarter of rn hour ortso admiring the greenhouses etetthey suddenly came across a small door in the yall hsaic the jcfhis astonished guVstsr this dciiiIc iiilmuch shorter way home for you than going by the front wayand all un Opelthenede i 0 t THE RAMBLING EVIL Dr toTa1mageWild Speculation II CrIsesLlnl lliiln nf Oilier InpiMolteysihi u Colileii ilrenctctis ItiriLstiilriht JW1 by Louis KlopsiTT N T I rIsnrni tin ri t of wild ioi ii ititIa iii citi talhloiltisi grngstoward heaven wit suihoilier duskcii on the parlor center table Men and women stand and 0aidi ruhltitilarger than II tin IIi ligos larger than an eagles our wave of the baud misfortune and it spreads its beautiful plumage and is CJIIIIS an eagle toward heaven my text gil I4l pitsWhat a verification we liaise had of the Hying capacity of riches in Wall street And Wall street is one of the longest streets in the world It does not begin at the loot of Trinity church New York tonI end at unhutIt reaches through all our Ameri can cities full across the seat Kn couragcd by the revival of trade and by the laid that Wall street disas ters of other years Were MI far hack as to be forgotten speculators run uji the storks from point to point until innocent people on the outside suppose that tlIItoks would always continue to ascend They gather in from suit parts of the coun Large sums of money art taken into Wall street ouch small sums of money The crash conies thnnk God in time to warn off a great many who were on their way thither for the sauciness of the thing is that a great innutyof the young men of our cities who save a little n oney for the purpose of starting themselves in business unit who have WO or 1000 or nn or 10 not go into Wall street and lose nil And if there ever was a lime for the pulpit to speak nut regard to r iti kinds of nefarious enterprises now is the tiuiieleStocks rose and fell and now they begin to riInill oath they will fall again until thousands of young eii will be ruined unless the print g press and the pulpit give em atuc utterance My counsel is to flit ns they may hear of this discourse if they have surplus to invest it III first mort gei and in moneyed institutions uiehi though paying comparative small interest are sound nUll safe yond dispute mill to stand dear the Wall street vortex where so any hue been swamped and swal lowed What n compliment it is to the healthy condition of our country uut those recent disasters have in wise depressed trade I thank d that Wall streets rapacity to this country has gone forever Across the island of New York ilk 19udpfl pte S wIn a ltret1 was 1U onto and IS th4street followed time line of the wall itj strlltl1tyet its history is unique Excepting L uii nighitiestthe government of the United States was blrii There Washington held his Irtals tnt women of the revolution dis 13Pl their charms There Wither oon and Jonathan Kdwards and George Whitcfield sometimes preached tcre Dr Mason eluded Alexander uuiuilton for writing the constitution of the United States without any God in it There negroes were sold in the slave mart There criminals were harnessed to wheelbarrows anti like asts of burden compelled to draw or ere lashed through the street behind carts to which they were fastened There fortunes have come to corona tion or burial since thuednvwlieit reck less speculators in powdered hair and lver shoe buckles dodged Dugan the overnor general of his majesty clear ssn to yesterday at three oclock history of Wall street is to a Ct r extent tIme financial commercial mining literary art it tic mural anti reti ions stuntryuntry and there are the orllt unswningintgritJto om heavenborn charity to liloc teliless Shylockism I want to put the plow in at the curbstone of Trinityand slrtetferrJplowPirstn pe in this country for tried niifjjrii the most outrageous villainy Farmers who have only n few huuundr dollars worth of produce to putt on market have but little to test lii iur character hut put a man into the seven times heated furnace of Wall street excitement anti he either comes uHsingldorbXo halfway work about it If I want ed to find integrity bombproof I would go among the hankers tumid nit rr chants of Wall street yet because there have been such villainies enacted there at diTerent times some men ave supposed that it is a great finan a debauchery and they hardly dare go near tIme street or walk up or down unless they have buttoned up tb rirbpocket and had their lives insured or religiously crossed themselves Yet if you start at either end of the street nd read the business signs you will pudtegrity Christian benevolence than oui cOat find in the same space in any of any of our cities When the Christian commission and the sanitary commission wanted money to send medicine and bandages to the wound ed when breadstuffs were wanted for famishing Ireland when colleges WtreI to be endowed and churches were to heI supported and missionary societies were to be equipped for their work orI sending the Gospel all around the world the first street to respond has een Wall street and the largest re sponses in all the land have come from Wall street f But while that street is a type of ried integrity on one hand it is also a ype of unbounded swindle orf thIother TWrfc re the spiders that wait or innocent flies Thereare the croco licit that crawl up through the slimei to cranch thcnlf There are the anacondas with lifted loop ready to ruisli Iheimwary There are financial wreckers who stand 01 the beach Yi J 1j oj prating for a Caribbean whirlwind to sxvccp over our commercial interests Let me say it is no place torn man go into business unless his moral iucille is thoroughly settled That ill no place for a man to go into bus uess who dos tint know when he Is overpaid live dollars by mistake wheth he hail better take it back again or not That is no place for a man to go has large funds in trust and who all the time tempted to speculate th them That is noplace for a man to go who does tint quite know whether the laws of the state forbid usury or la pokedgone down for the simple reason their egrity hail not been thoroughly s hiished Kemember poor Kctchum sv soon the flying hoofs of lIlt iron ays clattered with him to his de ruction Kemember poor Gay at SO years of age astonishing the world thi his fortunes antI his forgeries ineuttlier that famous man whose steamboats and whose opera houses could not atone for his adulterous les through Central park in the face decent New York and whose be exampleIIUIimen of this generation II hold up the polluted memory to primiIblast of temptation Let me say also to those who tire doing legitimate business on thatisprinciple You are in a great com urageollsThre exdltllglYouadmiration for the French empress who stood in her balcony in Paris and nnllllIeUtditable banker on Wall street who in ISM stood on the steps of his moneyed in stitution and quieted the fears of de positors and bade peace to the nngi noddidand He will not allow the bears hurt you Kemember my friend thatall these scenes of business will soon ufGildsyour business life will be adjudicatedhI worllsAgain illSt cOllntrJont hand anti of ruinous gambling on the other Almost every merchant is to ome extent a speculator lie lehe dilTlrene1lwten atII but also upon the fluctuation of the markets greatIJtodenlcoal or hardware or dry goods He who condemns nIhstock dealings usta though thwere iniquitous simply shows his own ignorance Stop all legitimate speculation in this country and you stop all banks you stop all factories you stop all storehouses you stop all the great financial pros perities of this country A stock dealer is only n commission merchant under another name He gets his commission on one style of goods You the grocer get your commis sion on another style of goods The prightIfloTIarcanied by the clay labonrrlrr h enereleJitimateIflnlHn otl10US all1hlinu a stock op or- aetTOitti3 property behind you financially impossible sell 10- 0othing or and get paid for it You dnJsTrthe script for 9000 you have nutrules JonhantrafficklnJinthat involves the spirit of gambling yoesrAt certain times almost every pros porous merchant wakes up and he sajs Now I have been successful in my line of trade and I have a tol erable income I think Ishall go down to Wall street anti treble it inothree weeks Theres my neighbor He was in the same line of business He huts 300000 or 400000 from heflsimpie fact that he went into Wall street I think I shall go too Here they come retired merchants who want to get a little excitement inne their lethargic veins Here they cot the trustees of great property to fool everything away Here they cot netmen celebrated for prudence to trifle itli the livelihoods of widows and Do you wonder that some times they become insane It is in sanitj Do you know there are hundreds of young men who are perish lnngl ling Do you know tnatin all Christian lands this is one of the greatest curses It is not peculiar to mercurialAmer i cons Ohno Almost every nation has indulged in it The Hollanders the most phlegmatic people in thnworld had their gambling seizure in Jleerties worth 500000 were turned into tulips Alt the lIollnml nation eitber tuyiuug or selling tulips One tlllip r otootExcitement rolling on and rolling on until history tells us that one Amsterdam tulip which was supposed tot b ILet thehemarket 1816000 That is a matter o 11fcame and all Holland went down under it Liiilintwas In 1 neitheard that this American continent was built out of solid gold and the roject was to take it across the ocean rind drop it in France Ex citement beyond anything that I mea yet been sent in the world Tb reebhundred thousand applicants or s Iiaharessometimes the mounted military had to disperse the crowds that hall come to buy the stock Five hunIdred temporary tents built to ac commodate the people until theyI could have opportunity of in i eattgfashion had her coachman upset herh tear the place when John Law was passing in order that she mlgbtj have an interview with that io lent and sympathetic gentleman S nttocksuntil one day suspicion got into lietmarket and down it all went Laws Mississippi scheme burying its projector and some of the gratIe sasStalmost as bad as a French revolution Sedate England took its chance ill 1720 That was tIle South sea k bubble They proposed to all the gold of Pern and EnglandP the inlands of the sea to five millions worth of were put on the market at c300 a shunt Th a all Atakensubscribed Kxeltement following excitement until all kinds of gambling projects lame forth under the wing of this So juthlarge company formed with great capital for providing funerals for all parts of the land Another con ny with large capital C 5000000 capital to develop a wheel in erpetual motion Another company with a capital of 4000000 to in surc people against loss by servants Another company with 2500000 capital to transplant walnut trees from Virginity to England Then to cap the climax a company was formed for a great undertaking nobody to know what it is And 10 600000 in shares were offered at c lOt a share Hooks were opened at nine oclock in the morning and closed at three oclock in the after noon and the first day it was a subscribed A great undertaking iv paButto surpass all about 37 years ago W veha the highest mountains and the greatest cataracts anti the longest ri ers and of course we had to have the largest swindle One would have thought that the nation haul seen e thorutsal flmcstcrawling silkworms in his house out of minwhichtune Hut all this excitement was as annotiiiuigplace in 18G4 when a man near Titus villc Pa digging for a well struck oil Twelve hundred oil companies call for a billion of stock Prom inent members of churches as soon as a thcertainsi tignedryIt become presidents or secretaries or members of the hoard of direction Some of these companies never had a tofont of ground never expected to has Their entire equipment was a region where oil might be inapoluo vials of grease crude and clarified People rushed down from all parts of the country by the first train anti put their hard earnings in the gulf A young moan manse down front the oil re P ion of Pennsylvania utterly dement ed having sold his farm at a fabulous P rice because it was supposed that there might be oil there coming to a utci in Philadelphia at the time I WitS living there throwing down a 5000 check to pay for his noonday meal and saying he did not care anything about the change Then he stepped back to the gas burner to light his cigar with a bihierighthell1l1leof itand Elder Soandso is secre of IrChristians in the board of direct avrsa toprofessedst uitockalas for the country It became a tragedy antI a thousand million dollars were swamped There are fami lies today sitting in the shadow of destitution who but for that great national outrage would have had their cottages and their homesteads 1 hold up before 4 tuet a enmywill go smitten of this passion and I want to show them how all the agnlntitcondemn it for time and condemn it for eternity I do not dwell upon the frenzied speculations in Wall d last onthou all have enough remembrance of that lint in cial horror I only want you to know that it was in a procession of monetary frenzies some of which have passed and others are to come O men of Wall street and of all streets stand buck from nefarious enterprises join that great com pviy of Christian men who are maintaining their integrity notuith mJltationpen busine4 in the brokers office or in the banking house ask Gods blessing and when you close it pro k cindengage in without prayer is no xrsi Iness for you I wish that the words of George Ieabody uttered in the hearing of the people of hub natie- townDamer Mnsst wish that words could bo ttered in tho hearing ofuU the young men throughout the land He said Though Providence has granted me unvaried and universal success in the pursuit of fortune in other lands I w byhoing There is not a youth within the sound of my voice whose early opportunities and advantages are not very much greater than were my own and I have since achieved n oothingiost humble boy among you Gorge Penbodyso success fn busi ens was not more remarkable than is integrity and his greathearted benevolence I pray upon you Gods protecting and prospering blessing I hope you may all make fortunes for time and fortunes for eternity Some day when you come out of your place ot business anti you goo o the clearing house or the place of custom or the bank or your own h oaneas you conic out of your place of bushtess just look up nt the clock 1 the tower and see by the move incut of the hands how your life is rapidly going away and be reminded of the fact that before Gods throne of inexorable judgment you must yet give account of what you have don since the day you sold the first yard of cloth or the first pound of sugar I pray for you nIl prosperity Stand close by Christ and Christ wilt stand close by you The greater the tempI a tion the more magnificent the vu- varit Uut alas for the stock gonfl what will he do in the jut Ig m eat That day will settle every thing That to the stock gatuib tel will be a break at the first call Xo smuggling into Heaven Xo laterals on which to trade your cray pGoor you will forever stay out God forbid that after you have dono your days work on earth and the assembly stands around with bowed heads at your obsequies God f tjTeorAs a partridge sittcth on eggs and atcheth them not so he that get eth riches and not by right shall leave theta in the midst of his days nd at the end he shall be a fool r that the most appropriate funeral psalm should be the worts of the poet Price of many a crlrai uiedGold sold oldgtti LAfr EXPLANATION Letter to Secretary Root Regard ing His Amendmentla Ilc Iteauretct of Avolillnjj 1omlblc SoIdeaIrctoratc or Suzerainty phVosIuingtonconference between Secretary hoc and the Cuban commission the sec retary wrote a letter to Senator of Connecticut who introduced the Platt amendment asking for his views relative to intervention as mentioned in the third clause of the amendment Senator Platt replied und his letter was furnished the coo mission confidentially by the seer tary of war and was incorporated in and made u part of the acceptance of the Platt amendment by the const tutional convention The latter how IIcs hierami wax made public by the war de rtuient Tlie text of the letter is as llowed I am in receipt of your letter this date in which you say that the members of the commission of the Cuban constitutional convention text that the provisions relative to inter vention made in the third clause of e amendment which come to bear y name may have the effect of pre cnting the independence of Cuba d in reality establish a protectorate or suzerainty by the United States d you request that I express my esvs of the question raised I reply I beg to state that the amendment was carefully prepared with the object of avoiding any pos sible idea that by the acceptance ereof the constitutional conven wontectorate sC twannereC fieubaseems impossible that such an inter pretation can be given to the clause I believe that the amendment should be considered as a whole ami it ought to lie clear on reading it that its well defined purpose is to secure mind so guard Cuban independence and tel fr f haiendlyStates toward the Cuban people and the express intention on their part to aid theiii if necessary in the main tenance of said independence These arc my ideas and although as you say I can not speak for the entire congress my belief is that siuclimat purpose was well understood ody Very respectfully yours O H PLATT Havana June 10The consersat members Of the constitutional conven tion are absolutely confident that I heO hutt amendment will be accepted and that several radicals will join ithi the 13 delegates who have here tofore voted in favor of acceptance The last less days seem to have brought about a decided change in the attitude of delegates who had been bitteply arraigning the Washington government for rejecting the conven tion interpretations of the amend ment The strong pressure lenin the outside brought to bear upon the convention to finish its business and doi aiiiaa1saT intTTadicals inducing them to accept t svimenrgue that it would be perhaps hpets tor to accept the amendment LEAVES CHINA Count Von Waldrrnre Ilvalsnrd C Functions ol ComraanderIn Chief In the OrientaBerlin Tune 7The war office has received the following dispatch from Count You Waldersee tinted Tieii Tsn Monday June 4 I have now resigned the functions of commander inchief anti today am leaving China by way of Tokio Strict measures have been taken io avoid collisions between the dff ferent contingents In company with large German de tachments I attended the funeral of the French soldiers killed in the rea BYokohamaWaldersee who arrived here Scnt laySon the Gsrman cruiser Hertha In Taku landed immediately and pro Cccded to Tokio JUDGE TAFT When lie II ceo men Head of the Civil Government III the Philippines 1IU Title Wilt De Governor Washington June SVhen Judge Taft of the Philippine commission becomes head of the civil government in the Philippine islands he will have the title of governor While it is ex pected that he will become governor f the Philippines about July there may be sonic delay as the civil gov ecrnmciit machinery may not be ready then Sunday Golf Legal Xew York June 8A verdict of not guilty was returned by the jury at Yonkers that tried Benjamin Ad sims a member of the board of edit cation at that place on the charge f violating the law in playing golf on Sunday Xew Batterlm Washington June Siu order has been issued at the war department directing the organization of five batteries of field artillery and three companies of coast artillery in addi tion to those now in service ot a Dollar on the Winner Xew York June S Hengist a 3 yearold colt by Teuton won thee sec ond race at Gruvesend with odds ranging front 100 to 200 to 1 against him Not a dollar was bet on him to win anti the bookies had clear sheets over the race Machinists Ordered to Work Toronto Ont June 8The Inter national Association of Machinists directed the striking machinists ol the Xew York Central railroad at De aav X Y to return to work pend big arbitration of the gnievaticesL 25000 For hits Chicago June Shbcrt H Stegar n electrician was awarded 2i00ti damages against the board of trade in the circuit court Stegars arm was torn oft noel his thigh crushed by a revolving Ian in the board of trade building TieUp Imminent New Orleans June 8A street car strike is imminent because of the dis charge of union men by the officials President JMahon of the Amertcai Federation of Street Czr Employes s oil the ground I I A SLEEPWALKERS FEAT Oa e Who Guided Hl Watchful Cola panton Over Perilous Path In ISafetr An interesting case of somnambul m Is reported by MBadaire director of the normal school at Blois France is accredited by Dr Dufay and printed in The Proceedings of tho ciety of Psychical Research writem Dr R Osgood Mason in tha Ladies Home Journal Theo ile Janicaud was a pupil at the nor school and in the month of July itof his second year he commenced to walk in his sleep On one occasion ha tgo t up at night determined to go fish ing His brotherinlaw M Simonet decided to accompany him but before starting he induced him to alter his plans and go and visit a relative in stead Accordingly this was done Janicand remaining fast asleep and un disturbed by the barking dogs or tho fatigue of a long walk Finally he was ready to return and on the way coming to a narrow and dangerous path close to Ihe rivers brotherinlaw cautioned him to go carefully In the darkness Jan caud with some scorn declared that he could see the better of the two and afto prove it naked Simonet if hecouhl see the match under his foot and sure enough there was a match It was a dark night and besides Jani caud was some 30 feet ahead of him and hind his nightcap drawn closeljij over his face A GLORIOUS SIGHT Field of Wheat In Which the SloclU Were So Thick It Wan Impoaalble to Drive Between Them To the Editor A gentleman from Duluth made a trip through a portion of W stern Canada last summer and writing of hat he saw says Wheat for instance will average entytine or thirty bushels to the acre I sow shocks so thick in the ld that it would be almost impossi e to drive between them Winters it is said are longer than near Dulntli but the Japan current warm chinook winds and dry atmosphere make the winters comparatively mild Thousands of such testimonies arcs teto be haul from settlers who have t taken advantage of the lowrpriceil nds of Western Canada During the resent year newjilistricts will be opened up in the Saskatchewan Val ley and advantage should be taken of this at once Information can be had from any agent of the Government whose advertisement appears else where in your columns Yours truly OLD READER Tu Do you not wish now inquired the theveI diet foller replied Jimmy Dunes If Idnly dodged inter dat crooked alley deytI n ever aketched mueIhiladelphii Ptcasie All Astonished If people are too conservative they ann rery apt to find cause for astonishment w hen some person they have overlooked does something worthy of praise or some familiar medicine effects a treat cure Such was the fact in the case of Mr Nimrod Prica tt Milford Ohio who wrote My wife myself and all our neighbors are astonishedait the wonderful effects of your Lotion in 1 curing a distressing eruption on wifes see havingdonewhatnodoctor or oth I j had done before It your drugewt bam t it send to Solon Falmer374 Pearl St Xew York for sample of Palmers Lotion and Lotion Soap If there ever was a terrible child in this world remarked the worried he s one U hat s his particular fauItV Do what I will I cant of the habit of telling the truth out when we have company PhHaJulohii Times iL Vfw Fait Trmln to Colorado via Mluourl Pacific Railway The Missouri Pacific Railway is now open tlug double daily service from St Louis and Kansas City to points in Colorado Utah and the Pacific Coast Trains leave St Louis 9 a m and 1010 p m Kansas 6 m and 10 am carryingthroughsloep ing ears between San Fran Cisco without change Excursion tickets now on vale For further information ad dress companys agents H C TOWNSEXD Gen Pass and Ticket Agent St Louis IIo SLEvery man thinks be is already carrying load that threatens to break his back D ontask him tocamryapartofyonrload Atchison siIDo Your Feet 4ciie und OmenS Shake into your shoes AHenV FoolEase powder for tnc feet It makes Ugh tor New Feel Easy Cures Corns Itching Hot Callous Smarting Sore and iveating Fcet Druggists atid Shoe tores sell it 23c Sample sent FREE Ad dress Allen S Otmsted Le Roy X L I First Broter Say did hear about that new railroadcombinationl Second t forheHelp for Women Who Are Always Tiretf I do not feel very well I am so tired all the time You hear these words every day as often as you meet your friends just sb often are these words repeated More than likely you speak the same signifi cant words yourself and no doubt you do feel far from well most of the time Mrs Ella Rice of Chelsea Vfis whose portrait we publish writes that she suffered for two years with bear ingdown pains headache backache and had all kinds of miserable feelings i MBS ELLA BICE all of which was caused by falling and Inflammation of the womb and after doctoring with physicians and ntaner medicines she wasentirely cured by ydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Corn pound If you are troubled with pains fainting spells depression of spirits reluctance to go anywhere headache backache and always tired please re member that there is an absolute remedy which will relieve you of your suffering as it did Mrs Rice Proof- si monumental that Lydia E Finkuhams Vegetable Compound is the greatest medicine for suffering women isiajlc1jsBest Cooia Sjrnp Tastes Good Vie In tIme Sold by druartO CONSUMPTION t i ctc Ci Cct t c1 J 1i S STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS i V t + r ENCAMPMENT f CLOSEDI YlkflK Mlldr nttil tIt OUiorr liixtnll rd The Oold Vetrinu Lvtt fITlictr HoiiifM Covin niiKyw June 5The en campment of the It A Iw deiartmcnt of Kentucky took place in Covingtun Tuesday The crowd surpassed the I expectations of the entertainment 1 committee the largest delegation be k r ing front Louisville Tuesday night was tho big night of the encampment Many addresses by prominent mend 1 were madej itt10 oclock Tuesday morn in a t U1J was held at Odd FellowsI l hall for the purpose of transacting important business anti electing of liccrs The following ofllcerswere fleeted for the ensuing year loin lllaze department commander for 4tJ the tat of Kentucky las llyland senior vie department commander W 11 Carr junior vice 1 commander chaplain Ddepartlllclltl delegates 1 M Iluckley tiiul Chas Solar lntlcrsI iovin toit Ky June 6 rnrinipinenti A f KentnoRy came to n close at Covinjj 7 tqn Tuesday and the veterans Mart or their homes Thursday morning I Tfm last meeting was held nt Wd Fel lows hall nt 10 oclock a m when time reports of the officers and oom mittrcs were aPProved Then fol i th1H the installation of officers by Col O A Iteynolds The balance of the lay was spent at I Coney Island nnd later a visit was liald to Ft Thouva The old soldiers and their friends leave with n favor I dlllti inipressioii of the second city in the tate The next place of melt big will be at Lebanon Ky r FIRE AT LEXINGTON a ii Ji r cntySlx Ilonim Dmtrnyril nil tnllliinr n Iot About Sixty Tlioninnil Dollar V LxinjftonK June Twentysix J Hortses on Georgetown Short and = Sltxld street wore destroyed by fire J Fjriday The damage done is osti I nt 60000 with insurance on destroyedXSfaliees grocery Perkins liverysth bliY the Webster hotel owned nnd IUM as a restaurtnt by Mrs Bridke 4q ghartion JllVShephenlX Stephen t f tItoIsand B 0 Vaughns twostory 4 resiclence were the most val bitatmie btiihi1 J Tlie others were lirick and frame l rotjtagcs They were occupied by ptwr families who are now in distress The fire originated at 131 oclock in a Xrgro cottage from a defective thu Afurious wind was blowing and the 1 fire spread with such rapidity that i 1 IittIrhonsehohI property was saved 3kcrmdeblidren were seriously but iiotjfn tolly burned St Josephs hos lineepr the fire and was saved with dif t4 Tculty The greater part of two k blocks are in ruins For several hours time entire western suburb was thrent erieil and neighboring places were ral fil upon for nil The fire wni 2 gSttenlinder control at 4 oclock a WARRANTS ARE OUT A Hnnd of Knklnx OutIars Secr- ci I AVtilptird a IVIdoir Known a toOlrt Janec MayKinsf June7n organized i IzantVuf kukhix such as has been jet J rorizing Letcher county for years hast developed nt Hazard south of Lere in Perry county anti the band brutallywhpped Mrs Jane Young VR widow commonly known as Old Jane She is a respected woman nail the nffaircaused a wide txnsutiou countym issued for tnung11leni Implicating ihem in the t gamma of outlaXtK and their arrest IE iwiiifollow They are nil prominent in the society of Hazard and Perry counties j 4 OUrlen Sell Two Coll to Dennett lx xington Ky Jnne ODan Oltrirn Saturday night announced the sale of the two sensqtional 2year Io1djnItis Btnble The bay colt Alad 1 i linliy Imp St George ilcrrywisc fl y 3 lias Lawrence and the chestnut rcoltDlennenworth by Prince of Mo r naco Middlemarch by Imp Billet rtoCj Bennett Co the noted rae JngTfiriu of Memphis The price was C TOQO Both are unbeaten Aladdin having won his three starts and Blen jjienworHt his only start OBrien lIough them of W S Barnes their urccdcr1 for each AC nj l Her Money and Diamond Gone 1 LouiMille Ky June 7irs Arnie S Coleman principal of tbo Grayson IIy 1 fctreet schotl is mourning till lost ot 7Ki in money and 300 in diamonds f Which she len beneath her pillows tgro lervunt 1101 been arrctell Intfarra Itank of r Officer e 3 1aris Kj June 7 OilUcrs of tit 7 Stl regiment Uniform IJMik K of IV fleeted G L MeyiMn of Carlisle locel It II nvvay of Cyiithiana 11 ittoiihnt colonel acl J Adams l1IiiWinchefiter major of the 1st bat 1z1IOu b 1tt t Killed While Flhlnir r Lagrange Ky Tune 7VliiIc three 4 lads two little sons of Dr Weeks and i Z a colored companion were fishing near e Ballaid vil lightning struck and kill j1 the Xcgro boy and fatally shock ed foree Weeks aged S j r Got 12 nr4 o t 12j ITTexlIIgton KyM June 6Clark Tot r who on March 17 fired n shot at tti John horns and missing him killed penitenter ored charged with tIme murder of ir Jlarry Combs colored was dismissed on peremptory instructions Man Fatally Hurt k Ilopkinsville Ky June oAtChurch Hill the stock barn of Ed Jones was struck by lightning kill ing several head of fine stock and fa 1 tally injuring a colored man AVIII Enter the Ax Handle Combine Louisville BThe stock I j toi holders of timeliuraer Day o Wool 4 rortfi Manufacturing Co Friday decided Jt to enter the proposed ax handle z combine which will have a capital ai totk of l00ff000 Only two other rit plants will be in the combine fhey 1 are Ibcatcd nt Huntington W Va a arid Knoxtllle Tenn erro Fatally Injuredp i4P IlopkinhviUe Ky June 7Edo Tons stock farm at Church 11IJH was z 0strUlk by Jightning A coJonU farm tr iaud waa fatally injured r t tj t trii t it 1j r f ft J II f JT T I 1 Z f54 K J 0 J JIJ Ii sc ep l LOUISVILLE BIKE RACES In tUic 011 UII It Hetween thn A Koch iiuil ld Dniilinrl lie Former AViiH Hit Winner Louisville Ky lune lOin the 100 mill bicycle race between Charles A Koch amid Kd Daubert at Fountain Kerry park Sunday afternoon Koch won from Danbert by four lengths A small crowd witnessed the contest and tIe utile was 5 hours and IS minutes Neither of the contestiintK had done any track training At 12 oclock the start was made full lee A Spindle was timekeeper for Koch and has L W Daubert for Kd Danbert 11 V Mattimiller acted as timekeeper A L Edwards as referee The best tune was made luring the heat ten theIthe fourth 73 and the fifth SO mullet At the last mile neither man showed any speed amid both were making slow time alternating th place In the stretch Koch who was behind gath ered speed and shot by Danbert like lightning Till purse was for 100 and the honors for the better rider A SECRET MARRIAGE Fill Cciit Jtit ltcenlcl il liar Set tlciiirut nf n Kentucky Woman Kutnlc nt Ovrrimlinrn Owen horo Ky lime SIn the cir cuit court Friday a sensational answer was filed in a suit setting up a mar tinge between Miss losie Dryer of this city and Max Schneider in Cin cinnati in 1SS that has been kept a secret to this day On July 7 1S97 Margaret Dryer died leaving an rotate worth 20009 She left a will making her daughter Josie executrix of the estate and trus tee for Andrew and Isaac Dryer two improvident sons A few weeks ago Tosie as executrix flied a suit to settle the estate and Friday the two suns filed an answer setting up the secret marriage of their sister in Cincinnati by a mali trate and then because they were Catholics a subsequent marriage by to priest at llanlttovvii HE RECOVERED IInemnn Arthur SIr nt Oirens boo Itrrrlvrd n S2OO Volt Shock Hut In Alivp Owenslmro Ky Tune S Although ho received 2JOO volts of electricity physicians say Arthur Selser will re cover from the shock Selser is a lineman for the electric light plant here and Fridaywhile mending u break at the power house his foot ipg slipped and he received tllItirevoltage through his body He had placet a plank edgewise to act as a nonconductor and it slipped throw- Ing him to the ground He held tho live wire in his hands and was ren derrd unconscious It is estimated that the wire car ned a voltage many times enough to till iinil JI i ac i11w Jiiost remark able on record excepting the scien tific tests of Tesla THE STAKES CLOSED Annual Meeting of the KrntnrUy- Trottlnir Breeder Annoclntlon in Icxluitton Lexington Ky June 10The takes for the 24th annual meeting of tim Kentucky Breeders Trotting associa tion in Lexington in October closed with the usual heavy list of entries and the veteran organization still wears the plume of leadership over the worlds trotting tracks Six hundred and fortyeight horses comprising f3 entries have been received an average of 50 to each race The Transylvania stake received 20 subscriptions and while the list of starters to be named September 17 is more of a mystery this year than usu alowing to the large proportion of nominations hitherto unknown the famous stake will undoubtedly retain its position as the greatest annual trotting race of the all aged division To Ue Itlnlrr an a WltneM Frankfort Ky June 7 Arthur Corbel and T C Campbell conferred with Capt W M Cravens of Newcastle who defended Capt Garnett D ISipley Goebel suspect tried in April and acquitted It is said that Ripley will be used as a common wealths witness in the trials of Jim Howard and Caleb Powers nrnillrj to Locate In IooliivlIIe Louisville Ky June SExGov William 0 Uradle has decided to lo cute in Louisville to practice law William McClelland Johnson who was his partner in Lancaster will be associated with him Victory For Covlnetou Covington Ky June JOOne of the best games of ball played at the Cot ington park this season was that be tween the Covingtons and the Mul tloons which resulted in a victory for the ivinfirtons by a score of 3 to 2 Klllrri Hr a Mnmhnl Williamsburg Ky June 10Mar shah Wilder of Corbin shot and instantly killed Andrew Cox Saturday night whowas resisting arrest and was probably fatally wounded himself by Cox Aitcil Sinn Indicted Lexington Ky June 7lamncs Price an aged resident of Forest Hill was indicted Thursday afternoon on a murder charge It is alleged that about a fortnight ago Price quarreled with Charles Downing his sonihlaw and shot him to deat- hThirtyEight Graduate lexington Ky June 7The com mencement exercises of Kentucky State college were held Thursday in the college chapel which was packed to its doors There were 38 grad notes An Heir to n Million Hopkinsville I yJune 7By the death of Uncle John Tyson in Australia Miss Ollie jyfion a Todd coun ty girl haStfallen heir to over a million dollars The Tyson estate is worth Attorneys state 10000000 There ate 18 heirs all but Miss Tyson living in the west Shot tier Betrayer Williamstnvn Ky hue 7 Uieiard Mitts an old armer ot Meson sot lert Shinkle dangerously with u xc clxcr It is vlaime1 Hint Shinkla biiraed ilittb dauijUijr Mz 7 f TERRIFIC EXrLOSION Two Trains One Containing a Car of Dynamite Collide rive Mm Wore Klllril mul Xvrn IJIIlh Train Vcre toni liletoly Wreelifil One Mil III tic Utility Mmualtril Iliughamton N Y June IIIFhe men were killed and seven injured in Saturday nights wreck nt Vestal The dead John P Kelly head brake man of wild cat train S It Pol hamns conductor of Train Xo Iii mer Polhamus trainman of Train Xo Iii John Coulter fireman first en gine of the ihi1eat freight Fred Witherby fireman second engine of tilt wild cat freight Seven others all hut two of them trainmen were injured Several of those who were thought to be fatally hurt Saturday night re covered from till concussion and Sun day figured in the list of slightly hurt All through the early morning hours the resellers toilet about and among the burning freight cars at t lie scene of the explosion hilt it was not until late Sunday afternoon that portions of the last dismcmlicrcd body of tho accounted for were discovered a quar ter of a milt from where the explo sion occurred The tracks of the Delaware Lnckn waiina and Western railroad were completely blocked until past mid day Rot It trains were completely wrecked and the engines of the wild eat freight which ran into the rear of Train Xo 01 which was taking water at the time mill which carried the fatal ear of dynamite were re duced to sV81iron pieces of which have been picked up at a distance ol half n iiiilaway Aside irom the damage to railroad property much minor damage is re ported Nearly every house in the villages of Vestal and tnion which is across the Sisqiieii from the wreck lost more or less of its win dow glass while farmers houses and barns near the scene are badly shat tered Son of the inmates however were injured THE CHINESE COURT lUfncllini I iprr meil nt till An iiouiicpnirnt nf II lletnrn to IVKIiii In Srittrmhrr Peking June 10Time Chinese express great satisfaction at the an nouncement of the intention of the court to return to Peking in Sep tember All the foreign troops with the exception of the legation guards arc expected to withdraw etc time mill mile of that month the only troops not already tinder orders of with drawal being the Japanese whose government is Mnding reliefs It ii nid however nt the Japanese legv tiQn that when Japan is absolutely certain the other powers are evacuat ing her own troops can be withdrawn on two days notice A NEW DEPARTURE ITnlvrrolty f Chirac Will Enlnn lisp Irrnnrntnry School III lllf feieiat lzirt of Euriqte UUClgII hlllt 0 nlil1ntnarper of the InireiMty orChmapo8ni- mounees thut the university has begun to establish afliliatcd preparatory schools in different parts of Europe ThoKC schools will be branches ol academies which arc aflilinted with the university in this country The purpose of this plan is to give to children of college age whose parenti are traveling abroad during the year the benefits of foreign residence with out obstructing the progress of theii studies A Battle at Jlpn Manila June 10In a battle witb the insurgents at Lipa proinee ol Batangas Lieut Anton Springer ol the 21st infantry was killed and Capt W 11 Wilhelm of the same regiment Lieut Fithugh Lee jr and the en lister men were wounded Lieut Charles It llamsey of tit lilst infantry was also wounded at Lipu Grand Stre nlechne De Inrln Paris June 10The Grand Steeple chase de Paris four miles end a halt furlong run Sunday at Anteuil wai won by Calabrais with Caraiman second nnd Vlau third Thirteen ran President Loubet was enthusiastically cheered by immense crowds on his arrival at time race course and on hit departure Xot So Large Am Heportcil New Haven Ct June 10It now appears that the fortune reported tc have been discovered by William War nero of New Haven amounted to sg 400 instead of 293000 as previously reported and that Arthur Warner of this city manager of a local plumbing establishment was thr finder Iietr 3Inncaffnl Conilnjp London June 10 Pietro MascngA the Italian composer has signed r contract for an eight weeks tour ir the United States with an Italian orchestra leaving two months hence The dispatch says he is to receive J8000 To study American Trade Method London June 10Elder Dempster Co offer to pay the traveling ex peiifes of the official delegates ol any British trades unions willing too to the Tnitotl States to study ir ican trade methods Second TraiiHAtlnntlc Trip Gloucester Mass June 10n his 25foot sloop treat Republic Capt Howanl Blackburn of this city Sun day afternoon started on his second transAtlantic voyage his present destination being Lisbon Portugal which he expects to reach in 15 days Dnmagrrd Ily n Storm Ljicrosse Wis Tune 10A terrible wind storm passed over this city Sun day afternoon Several small build ings were overturned The storm last ed only a short time but the damage will be heavy- Suquchannn Arrive at Manila San Francisco June 10The merchants exchange received advice from Manila announcing the arrival there of the American ship Susque lions on which 35 per cent insurance was quoted The Susquehniuia left Baltimore 174 days ago with a cargo of coal forthe naval station at Cavite Pulley Plant Burned Menashq Wis June 10The works of the Menasha Wood Split Pulley Co were burned to the ground Sunday Loss 0000 insurance 20000 It is doubtful if the plant will be rebuilt j sI r d IN A POOL OF BLOOD IInJ IV II IlHlv SII KI OII fimornl on- IIMl iflt Mill s Mil Coillllll- ttid Slllrlilr Ily h11 lIft Pit tshiir I IIIIIK 10 tlaji Jl Duly surgeon eiHTal on the staff ot Lieut ien Miles in Iorio Ilieo commit tod Miicide nt liJs home Sun day by shooting himself in tin right temple Time hotly of the doctor was found in lie bathroom lyinjj in a rout of lilood lr Foster who was Multi nionod a once found the hit let hole in till temple anil iinnounecil that death hail taken place several hoiiis h cause is known for Dalys deed unless it he that insomnia drove him to temporary insanity For some lime past he has hcen ii on lilt to sleep regularly and it is thought that miller a sleepless night he concluded to end all The doetor uas a widower and leaves no immediate family He was 50 years old and for many years has been prominent ill medieal circles He gained international prominence during the Cuban war as it was his report to the commanding general of the army that started thr Ymbalmud beef investigation AN UNUSUAL SCENE A Preliminary llurilrr Trlnl llelil Inn fr vc In Hit rreariict ii t About uno icuuIr Oalcna Mo June 10im unusual scene was presented her at the pre liminary hearing of Mrs John Stal lion her father James Crabtree utah his two sous Frank and Charles Crabtree for the murder of Alice Stallion the womans l yearold stepdaughter The hearing was held in a grove the two justices sitting at a table under a tree and 2000 peo pIt attracted from points for miles around forming a circle about time court and defendants Galena is nit the railroad and the fact that 2000 people would care to come miles to attend the hearing was considered significant It has been decided to exhume the body of the girl that it may be ex amined by the doctors to investigate a theory of the county prosecutor that criminal assault was made upon her by one or both of the Crabtree boys null that they killed her to hide the crime RIOT IN CHICAGO Vttrnipt to Hint n Street Car Through n ItrllKlntiH 1riirrnnlnn of tint Inn Caitxcd II Chicago June 10n attempt to run a street ear through a religious procession of Italians Sunday precip itated a riot in which the windows of the car were smashed mind one man was injured A riot vail to the Twen tysecond police station brought a wagon loath of officers who saved the motorman and conductor from bodily injury Sticks and stones were lain ed at the car until there was not a whole window left in it The police restored order with great clll1icultJ- th Italians being bent on getting at the ear crew but the counsel of the priests in the procession averted a more serious coniliet- COMMITTED SUICID- Znuuimr of JuIuui p It wilier of the Ilniik nflIntcello AVIn II ilpnfircllo Wis June 10 ThcVloly iit4titheJune 2 at tIme foot of a windmill on n farm belonging to him about one mile north of this village ills saul then death brought to light the fact that he was financially embarrassed at the time of his death and the di rectors ot the hank were demanding an explanation It is also known that other creditors were growing uneasy These facts furnished the basis for the belief that Seas committed sui cide by jumping from the top of the windmill THREE WERE DROWNED 1 Ilont Containing n IlKhltiK Tarty of Five lIt During u Storm- scar Iluhntine Milwaukee Wis June i0tspecial Irom Dubmpie says A boat contain ing five persons returning from a fishing trip was upset during a storm on time Mississippi three miles north of here Julius Guderian and wife and Mrs Nicholas Kalle were drowned The crew of a ferry boat rescued two boys who hung on to the turned skiff for an hour anil ysero nearly exhausted Three ThleroM Drowned Cliambery France June 10nAmerican named Constantin Scandal was robbed on the raihsmaywhile asleep by three fellow travelers be tween Modane and St Michel Recog nizing the thieves at Saint lean de Maurienne he pursued unit across time country and they jumped into the River Arc where nil were drowned Tollee Charged time Crowd Belfast June JOA mob hooted the Corpus Christi procession of 8OOC persons here Sunday afternoon Sea eral rushes were made anti finally time police were compelled to charge the crowd a number of persons being injured Many were placed under ar rest Splendid Ittmnlnn Ilnrvont London June JOPlentirlll rains have fallen in South Russia says the Odessa correspondent of the Stand ard and a splendid harvest is as sured Kltntorn Sent Into Kxlle London June 10Time Russian got ernment has been arresting and send ing into exile prominent persons sus pected of complicity in revolutionary agitation Among them is Count Brobynski a descendant of Cath erine the Great Dr Udrvlii II Iov l Kansas City Mo June lO1r Ed win It Jewis president of the Wom ens Medical college of this city and treasurer of the National association of Railway Surgeons died Saturday lIed 48 yeara- RockefellerWhll Supply the Money Tvkegee Ala June 10 Principal Booker T Washington of the Tnske gee Normal and Industrial institute has been notified by John U Rocke feller that he will be glad to provide the money for the erection of ono of the sniuch needed dormitories for boys at the institution Transport hancock ArrlTes San Francisco JilrtClh transport Hancock arrived from Manila Sunday night with 31 officers tnd 042 enlisted nmn of the Otst volimtefit infantry HH J if IS STILL HHIIt Mrs McKinley Sat Up for a Few Minutes Sunday It Kot KMiecled plie AVonlil It St rung EuoiiKli In Tratrt lie turn July iaeii It Improve incut Continue Washington Tune 10 The reports from the sick room up to a late hour Sunday night were decidedly encor Iging Dr Kixey appeared much better satisfied with the patients con dition Sunday night than for some time Mis1 McKinley set up for a len minutes Sunday It was tilt second time she has been aide to do so in Mune time Surgeon lenenil Stern berg remained longer than usual Sim rlay evening Heretofore he has main tained a sphynxlike silence about Mrs McKinlcys condition butt when he left Sunday night he said Mrs Mc ICinlcy is doing very well now There no new developments Mis McKinley will taken to Can ton whenever she is in condition to hal the journey ICxtensive improve ments have been made in the McKin Icy home in Canton including the building of a portecocherie and the re modeling of portions of the house nnd it was planned List autumn that she and the president should go to Canton about Inly I of this summer In case Mrs McKinley recovers this plan will be carried out though it is not expected sue would be strong enough to leave here the first of Inly even if improvement should continue steadily Dr Kixey said Sunday night he was unprepared to predict whether she would be able to carry out these plans It is believed that considerable benefit woidd accrue from removal to her old home especially as it is cooler and more breezy there than here AT BUFFALO The Secretary of Wnr Klllui Root mul Inrty Arrived Sunday on n Special Train Buffalo X V June 10lion Klihu Root secretary of war arrived in this city Sunday afternoon lie was nit at the station by Director General William Buchanan of the Pan American exposition anti Capt P C Haines of the United States army The other members of Secretary Hoot party are lajmi Corbin Maj Gen Young Col and Mrs John ston anti Miss rcl thc Patten Mrs Hoot and her daughter ar rived here Monday The detachments of the United States army now quartered within the exposition enclosure are mikin preparations to receive the secretary of war with heritors befitting his po sition THREE GIRLS DROWNED Skiff mi thr UflnMiirc River Sirninp- eil anti MX Occupants Thrown tutu the W ler Philadelphia lime 10A party of six persons three men mind three girls while sailing on time Delaware rivrr Sunday afternoon oil North Ksslinjjtpn a few miles below this lt Iiuoivn inSo liie vafet by the swamping1 of thpir skiff during n squall and time three girls were drowned Time names of the girt mute Uosie Koons aged 17 years Mary Koons aged 19 Mamie Tray nor aged 22 The party were guests of the Federal Itoat club Other mem hers of the club heard the cries of the unfortunates and immediately set about rescuing them The three men were quickly hauled into other boats hut the girls sank before they could be reached A HEAVY LOSS The When Crop on IOO Farms Went anti Xortliw of Illncknrrll U T Ilulned thy a Storm Wichita Kan June 10Acorre spondent who arrived here Sunday night from the scrne of devastation in Kay county Oklahoma says that time storm of Friday night ruined the wheat crop of 100 farms west mind northwest of Jllackwell These farms are all in one body of territory The fanners who hind purchased twine anti harvest machinery arc asking the local dealers to take them back anti the dealers have referred the matter to time factories TIle loss of crops will cause no distress as the farmers arc in good condition finan cially owing to a succession of good crops during the past five seasons Eminent Inlntrr Head New York June 10 Kilward Moran time eminent marine nnd landscape painter died Sunday afternoon in his apartments amid studio in Fifth ave nue from uraemie poisoning caused by a complication of diseases from which he had been suffering for about a year Condition of the Trennnry Washington June 7 Thursdays statement of the treasury balances in the general fund exclusive of the 150000rGO gold resene in tile di vision of redemption sImons Avail able cash balance lGi159G51 gold 00015211 IlutiKeil Into u Crook Greenwood U e June 7iiie mall stage front amp McKinny to Green wood puttgetl into Jolly Jack creek Time driver Andrew Kirkland was killed and Henry Nicholson timid Mrs Brunners injured XOM More llorsfM London June 7After a Icnif and somewhat embittered discussion of time policy of the war otlke in buying horses for use in South Africa the house of commons Thursday voted the of 1 15779000 for transports anti remounts l San Snlolilo Jondon June 7Ir Thomas l on l a well known pur eon mind analyst committed suicide Thursday by throwing himslf from a thirdstory window of his rca deuce lie had been suffering from melancholia WllJIt i tK iTI t Melbourne June 7The house of representatives ThursiTny appointed a committee to report on the best means for the commonwealth under taking its own conngc and adopting the decimal system The imperial government favors time plan lnItn OtJtii lumrt Milwaukee WH June 7 Congress man Theobald Otjen mind his private secretary Nathaniel Green were rue down find seriously inji red by an ele trio car Thursday afternoon while d jiving j I J nrne Old rIckAfter rJx nioitlis of iliikne the arctic tun creepedohyiy T the c of the gla cier JIr Ojibinnckfcy fad just returned from the Kskimo dub What time is it asked Mrs Ojibitvockky suddenly waking tip Qtiarcr pash February replied Mr Ojihiwcekr somewhat thickly It was in reality half past May and having no desire to pry into family affairs we draw a followeoJlhiladelphiil I noh Tot Ear Thirerkleeu speculation must hs stoppcil MJd time varuvst citizen to the trust maenale- Jmlecii it must agreed the latter In deed it must Vhy yesterday two r three fellows who are not in our crowd at all takingflierstimore hanger lit Old Saying Vhat a line head your boy has said an admiring friend cs replied the fond father hes n chip of the old blokaillt boy tImatI CobwiggerThe railroads arc up to Merrittqprizes to time iersohl who ran fold up a foldedIuwn 0Carpenter Well boy have you ground ill the toolas I told you while Ie lenoun Itoy newly apprenticed Yes master all but thiere andsaw An I cant quite get the gaps out of itPunchC- rawfordIlasnt Parvenu Income cHit nificd since he made thr fortuneCrnh aliitheTown Topics iI am sure Pisos Cure for Consumption saved my life three years agoMrmi Thos Kobbins Maple Street Norwich N Y cb17 1900 Say I told that Boston man mr fish aigiithatPhiladelphialresss ll It is better to go to beth hungry some hopeleslyligencer +Relieve AVhooplntr Cough With Hoxsics Croup Cure No nausea ctr greatlylemases whenhe A relic of the old tThe ancient ichoolhouse Philadelphia Bulletin +newsitsivmtET unroiiT Cincinnati Tune f CATTLE Common 3 on ti t 4 25 Extra butchers I 75 fzj 5 13 CALVKS Kxtra 0 73 ft 7 00 HOGS Select shippers 3 S3 i 5 JO Mixed packers 50 Oi 5 3HKKI Kxtra 3 73 3 KAMHS Spring 5 Si fr 3 00- ILOUK Spring pat 3 SO 4 10 WIIKAT No 2 red di 70 lOJXSo2 mixed u 44 OTSXo 2 mixed Qv 30 lIVE dt 53 1IAVCh timothy iij 13 50 POUK Family ftM5 00 LAUI Steam fft S DUTTEU Ch dairy 12 Choice creamery Eij 20J- AlILKS Chto fancy B 73 f i 3 oj IOTAtOiSPcr brl 1 SO V 2 13 TOUACCO New 800 jtl3 75 Old 6 21 IV0OO Chicago ItOt7tWtn patent 3 co t3 0- 0Wi1UtTNo 2 red 74 5i 73 Xo3 red GTrtt1 7t- COiSXTXo 2 4Zii 431 4 OATS Xo 2 j0 2- SlIVENo i 2 it 53 POUK Mess 14 C5 t14 70 UItD Steam 8 40 fe 8 Xen York FLOUR Win patent 3 C3 QiJ 4 0- 0WhEATNo 2 red Sly COUX Xo 2 mixed ivlOA1SXo 2 mixed ffc 32Y lIVE fi 59 IOHK Family 16 00 ftlG 50 LAUD Steam ij77m4 Thai I i more WHEAT Xo 2 red 77 77Yt Southern 76 ft 78 COUX Xo 2 mixed 466 J tGVs OATS Xo 2 mixed 32 J2Y CATTLE Ilutchers 5 23 i 5 60 HOOS Western 6 33 6 40 LoalivllleF- LOUU Win patent 4 50 4 73 WHKVT Xo 2 red ti 75 COKX Mixed f 4G OATS Mixed 1 31 rOUK Mess Ii4 00 LARD Steam S 50 Inillnnnpolli WJ1EATXo 2 red ti 74 COKX Xo 2 mixed 43 OATS Xo 2 mixed 294 FOR SYSTEMIC CATARRH Peculiar to Summer Peruna Gives Prompt and Permanent Relief Clem G Moore Editor of the AdvocateDemocrat of CrawfordsTille Ga writes the Icruna Medicine Company as follows Gentlemen After four years of Intense suffering caused by systemic a catarrh which I contracted while editing and traveling for my paper 1 have been greatly relieved by the use of Peruna Igave up work during these years of torture tried various remedies and many doctors but all the permanent relief came from the useof Peruna My trouble was called Indigestion but It was catarrh all through my system and a few bottles of Peruaa made me feel like another person noting the improvement after I had used the first bottle 7Peruna Is undoubtedly the best catarrh remedy ever compounded Clem O Moore f ParagouidAmkdoubtedly the finest and surest catarrh cure ever prepared and it laos taken but two bottles to convince me of this fact YashingtonDWashington D C I take pleasure in saying that I can cheerfully recommend the use of Pe tWLIDOUQLASE mSTCOg MADE EYELETS s 4TX undxoOUt ie eqmUInl pITORYIIRocKT not the that makes a tan thoe it the that hue plannd the best pwffrt n4Laoledon W L Douglas hoe with naraa sad price tamped on Your dealer ihoultl keep them It he donlead for catalog loll how u order by mal WLDOI1GLA8 llrocktn r i ze eeB ttjJber can get a SVOKUISS Wick No w tl chimneys No bad odors Stakes a brighter and a cleaner ci lamp They save time and money rSenulnsmeee nr JJlhltICs uilmail juti lx flat r IKI No 3 IJ llnehelrr roon l wick A tchi any oldisjcijlt UOy 10 CAIt IV a LA3uSnat r Solar Ught Co Dept A Springfidd O Z 3 ye t 3 or 4 Years Independence Is Assured trio vxe up ur home in Western Canada tna tr land of ptcntj I c trated pamphlets ciTiutexperleneo of faxocr beeomeallbVIrailway rates non be bad theVnderzieuewhowllirnahlon ImmhmatlIonOllaICTIIOUIKIlloomliBlit Going to the Pan Aicericen Exposition II so joa want to p comfortablj and ee tome and learn something golac eomlne To do tills It will be best to your ticket rooted from Cincinnati orrr the C IIt l Railway gotni via Detroit through Canada seeing Engtlih waji and customs and neelncNImra Vails rn route and U you like the wur come hack the Great Lakes Tourrallway ticket via line you the privilege or chacclnc your mate and coming back via the Lake Erie Steamers to or Uctroll U you desire to do to without cost J r31ctnEnon T P A NauiiLt S L rAlSKOTT TIAATICITA G O G EDWAKDS futmfn Mantier- ClSCUIXATlO ANAKESn Ir and POSITIVE PILES lY riLEHfree free sample arldre- asAotKDiII Ira bUciag New ark all troubles appendicitis bll people than all other diseases I a tarter for chronic ailments and long ofthat come afterwards No matter whatall you taking CASCAKETS today for you fr rana as a remedy for catarrhal trouble and a most excellent tonic for general conditions Wrn T Zenor ta write at once to Dr Ilartman a full statement of your case and he be pleased to give his valuable ad vice Address Dr Ilartman President of Ilartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio Itrali VVVSX Edt Une roaaot fic Is alone boot etia Is tmui tjlc lattia model Take no ulMtilule IiinlsJ harlne not giTlcg Instruction MUI black light tete la an Illus thing and bate tires Toledo extra Tzcx Trade CUREs rem the year start will you The bottom EL MID r OF THE HIGHEST GRADE 1 PROMPTLY EXECUTED BY ft N Kellogg Newspaper Go Ve offer to our Casters and The Trade generally the most satisfactory wark possible in these branches Oar facilities to turn ouTIbriiiiapd1ithu dmIiuiCto release your type on some large Job send it to us for either stereotjplas or electrotyp- Ing and it will be returned to yell prosptlj and in good order We make a specialty of Newspaper Headings and Cuts and bate the largest assort ment in these lines to be found anywhere in the country from which to select Al N KELLOGG NEWSPAPER Go 335 West Sfi St CJ dust 0 h i BEAUEHS OF THIS PAPER DESIKUiG TO BUY ANTT1UXQ AnVKirriSKD IX ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UPON UAV1SG WHAT ThY ASK FOIL UEfUSlXO ALL SCBSTITCTK3 OK IMITATIONS I N KE men In tliim paHpr ri 1 i begins in the bowels Its the unclean places that breed infectious epidemics and its the unclean body unclean in sidethat catches the disease A person whose stomach and bowels are kept clean and whose liver is live ful diseases that desolate our land Some of the outside are filthiest inside and are the ones who not only the infections but endanger the ot all their friends and relatives Theres only one certain way of keeping J to 1lIhisLIVER TONIC 1 lOc 2Sc SOc NEVER ALL DRUGGISTS SOLD IN BULK bowel windIpimplespainsreguslarlytogether It nSferlnz untiiyouguaranteotocuoormoney notderivepromptmuutsatisfactory TYPiNG TEREOTYPING A piplease DEATH yellowbeautifult theyJ CASCARETSPerfect PREENTEDBY All rico year sea II AAEETocBrioxctASCkittd Aovruu uJ million Ihaa Ixtxe nar a similar medicine la tbe world This nb olnto proctor great merit and oa belt tettlmoalal Ve have tulttt and Trllt semI CASCAKETS Hbolutely snaranterd ta rum ormooey refunded Oa buy tmiar two OOe hose give thca a hooct trial a perilmptfl dlrfttioa and ityou nrenot BatLfled anernlnir one COcbov return the nnnvdCOe box and tbe empty box ta n tif mall or the dmcctst from irboa yon purchased It and icetTonr money tact bi both boxes Take our adrler no matter wbat nil TOO tnrS to yoiiwilmhessihedayyouddrui bTEKLLNU KEBEDY CO SEW lOEi or CH1CAOO l s a F K 1 a 7 t a y f rkvt Y ltrytitiT ta tr lll J r t w t K a 4 t f I lytf JeA a N4KCi 4 rva J rte ie rat 4 r l1 w r a1 r 1 s 4 s xvrata A yaxdx f IJittr 4J 1y firPyJIotj J I Cs 77r Ir t Y i bh or t 9pJr 4 Y O 1 f i t I 1 J r 1 o d 4J 1 4r t 1Gqy INGSV1LLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY v PER YEAR IN ADVANCE THURSDAY JUNE 13 1901 tIvery business communication be addressed to TUG OUTLOOK LIIIIIINO Co OWINOSVIUE KY rtnUFt will not be responsible for r ANNOUNCEMENT 1 FOR MAGISTRATE q We are authorized to announce M R McGregor for Magistrate in J il the Wyoming district subject to p the action of the Republican party 1 t We are authorized to announce aucateed himself as Magistrate in the Wyoming magisterial district sub w ject to the action of the Republican party J We authorized to announce Geo W Staton for the office of Magis + crate in the Wyoming district subject i to the action of the Republi can party IWt We ere authorized to announce Frank C Williams of Moore a Fer jlfJfor magistrate in the White 1 district subject to the ac q Ji tinn of the Republican party iFORREPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce E E Peck of Sharpsburg a can twdidato for the Legislature from th Bath Ronan dittrict subject to the l action of the Democratic party t Bryan Promotes Imperialism William Bryan cried 7cjnoltlwolfwhen there was no w wolf Now that he is crying wolf P Jati with a genuine cause tor alarm his cry doesnt have the proper effect has had his day He would hie party and country host by IBryan g Democracy of the real never hrd such a favorable to restore itself to na favor and power if it would only be true to itself true to the people and to the nation The im t perialists are changing the charac ter of tho United States Govern thotThe administration and the Re publican majority in Congress were given power in 1896 expressly to preserve and perfect the gold standard system of national finance k They took advantage of their com mission to perfect protectionism in the Dingle p law whereas it is more chaff doubtful that on that Issue ne they would have been theses However they did strengthen the e = gold standard In 1898 the people elected a Republican majority to Congress on the soma financial is p Hue Is 1900 the obltinacy of Bry1 i W an left no choice to tho sound moneyDemocrats and independents i M0jjJj jetlheEepabUoan Pros identSal and Congressional tickets for the sake of the national finan cIsl system Imperialism ala E larJyrrecognized menace and i Bryan a attitude towards that issue s tins Democratic and truly Ameri r cam but he tree feared more than f imperialism The Republicans do cried imperialism but at boon as they got the chance they plunged the nation headlong into itand the majority of the Supreme Court upholds them deciding that Con geese can govern territorial pos sessions as it sees fit without regard to the U S Constitution The people didnt declare for any such policy in 1900 nor are they likely e squarelyr7 Jforincipient imperialism With 1 out of the way and no ob trusion of Bryanism into the cam paign the people would have a lair Eebanceto declare against imperial ism While there are many nom t nal Democrats who favor imperial j ism it is scarcely to be doubted t that there are many times as many aRepublicanswho are too thorough ly imbued with the American spirit i to favor a colonial system in imita lion of Great Britain to whose abuses of imperial power the nited States owes its national existent and consequent greatness under the Constitution I Undoubtedly Justice John M jHarlaa a stalwartRepublican when a he was in politicIrepresentl a c large element of Republicans who anywould forbid even their own party tolay desecrating hands upon it for the sake of imperial grandeur and glory and at the expense of all t that bas made this Government the buttrk y partaor There is a substantial ele Kent identified with each party that thinks for itself weighs and con eiders and refuses on test to sect i flee either vital principles or coun + try for party Those independent elementsaro national safeguards It They act with reasoning intelli fullYg O or least harmful for the nation r o r J gardless of party interests If th e Y r satlonatDemocratlc organization would let Bryan go and go back to a ry theDemocracyof 1892 the inde r j pendent elements would support its declsratiovagiunetimperialismandtbeywoul d 1i tIwin the election as they did inx 1 rI 1192 1tiP f 4 0 Ix my opinion Congress beta o r + existesee and can exercise no au o turn outside of the Constitution y rt Still law is it true that Ol ens deal with new territories just 001 v s other nations have done or may a sti 1 f v rjio with their new territorlea 0- I fJ y r u8ce John il UarUn f K r4 r i4toi5ft1 l i ah y r e i i ir 0 110 r r ec ht ty1 n 1 t lJatIf WV i firs tfirtY ii rLt1i rv j liRj i t A jO 1011 1 j t rty 1T r Kiso EuvrArn alloxvs no divorced women preferred at Ills drawing rooms Lnngirys inmost thereupon would he in pmtingII Tins latest spell of be laid on the blackberries It in just plain coalfire winter overcoat winter wintry winter February in June a transposition of seasons JcrricK JOHN M HAKIAK is a Kentuckian nnd though he has nlI ways been kn vn as a stalwart Re publican his opinion on the imps riali tlc interpretation of tho Con stitution reads powerfully like a genuine Democratic spirit animat ed his thoughts J DR COAKLKV of Chicago told the American Medical Association in session at St Paul last week that ha hnd discovered solution of common salt injected into the spleen and other organs to be a- Dore for typhoid fever und other acute diseases The salt tad seems good for a run iTOE Constitution by which that Government United States wall created speaks not simply to the States in their organized capacity but to all peoples whether of States or Territories who aril subject to rife authority and jurisdiction of the United States Justice John M Harlan EYES this Court with its tre mendous powers must heed the mandate of tho Constitution No one in official station to whatever department of government he belongs can disobey its command- without violating the obligation of the oath ho hoe takcnJuilticc John M Harlan eCAKRIE NATIONS husband n dis patch says has left his turbulent wife for good and says she has caused him to spend his savings and embittered the closing days of days of hjs life The strenuous life of Mary E Lease and Carrie Na tion tho two female freaks pro duced by Kansas plays hob with tho domestic life THE idea that this country may acquire territories anywhero upon tho earth by conquest or treaty and hold them as mere colonies or ptovtncesthe people inhabiting them to enjoy such rights its Con grass chase to accord thetai wholly inconsistent with the spirit and genius as well as with the words of the Constitution Jus tice John M Harlan THK National Association of Manufacturers in session last week declared for reciprocity trade treat ies with other nations Free trade and reciprocity both have points of superiority over the imperialistic policy of conquering countries and holding them as colonies outside the Constitution sons to skin them effectually with a tariff law in the enactment of which they have no say so rIK Porto Rico whoso officers are the United States may be treatedpe if it were net a part of the United States then New Mexico Arizona and Alaska may be treated nt not parts of the United States and subject to such legisla tion as Congress may choose to on act without reference to the ro strictions imposed by the Constitu tiollJustico John M Harlan ITS Constitutionsj authority cannot be displaced by concessions even if it bs true as ascertained in argument in some of these cases that if the Dingloy act took effect In the Philippines of Its own force the inhabitants of Mindanao who live on imported rice will starve because the import duty is many fold more than the ordinary cos of the grain to them The mean ing of the Constitution eon not do pond upon accidental circumstanc esJustice John M Harlan EVERY time Jim Hogg and an octopus meet now they wink and grin at each other and whisper si multaneously Whatll y take And it is norated around that Chawrley Towne and an octopus have been caught out together at halfpast three in the morningarm in tentacle doing a weird cakewalk with only the awestruck stars for spectators One neednt be aston ished to hear at any time of Willie Bryan and an octopus eloping to gather to the free country r ilr a particular race will not as similate with our people and can not with safety ba brought within the operation of the Constitutio- d that is a matter to be thought of when it is proposed to acquire their territory by treaty When the ac quisition of territory becomes com plate by cession the Constitution n necessarily becomes the supreme law of such new territory and no flaw exists in any department o the government to make ceases clans that are inconsistent with its provisions Justice John M Harlan I DO not understand how Porto Rico can bo a domestic Territory of the United States as we hue dis tinctly held today in DP Lima vs Bidwoll sad yet that it is not as now held embraced by the words FtatesThte oountrejustifying the belle that the United States is to become what is called a worldpower of which so much was heard at the argument dees not justify any such juggling with 11tbe words of the Constitution hs would authorise the courts to hold that the words throughout th thstaxingclausof brace a Territory of the United States This is a distinction which I nm unable to make sell which Ia do not think ought to be made when we are endeavoring to pacer tain the meaning ofa great Instru ment of jovarnmen tJuitice John M HarUn fj r t 6j rlt ti l i I7 a j ti t r conuInllntnlcameo the Consolidated Tobacco Company Tho Consolidated con troln the Anierirxn Cigar Co Al though the Trust is made stronger it cant greatly harm consumers from the Wet that the manufacture of tobacco in all forms is no mo nopolized secret and can l o dorm on small capital It dote hurt tho tobacco growers by destroying most of tho competition among the buyers JAUKS R KEENFS Fayette Co Kentucky filly Caps and Bells II won tho English Oaks stakes the first time the groat trophy has been won by an American horse Thin thing of bring benton everywhere by Americans ie getting monoton ous to the British The London Telegraph asks Is England go ing to the dogs Has the dawn of the century given the signal for ex tinguishing the supremacy of the English thoroughbred and made these islands nn appendage to the United States JULES SIEGFRIED a noted French itateman says President McKinley told hint recently that the last few years had greatly modified hid views on protectionism and he was now favoring reciprocity trade treaties with other nations Presi dent McKinloy gained his eminence through his extreme protectionism The Democratic party abandons a round policeand the Republican party works around and adopts it When protectionism is sucked dry the Republican party will be for free credo unless tho Democratic party hastens to resume it Tnt Supremo Court didnt di vide on political lines on the great question of imperialism Justice White Democrat concurred with Justices frown Gray Shires and McKenna all Republicans in deci ding that the clause ot tha Consti tution requiring uniform throughout the United States refer red only to tho States of the Union Justices Harlan Peckham and Brewer Republicans agreed with Chief Justice Fuller Democrat that the taxation clause uniformly wherever the United States lots jurisdiction TOE glory of our American sys tent of government is that it was created bya written Constitution which protects tho people against the exorcise of arbitrary unlimited power and the limits of which ma not be passed by the Government it created or by any branch of it or even by the people who ordained it except by amendment or change of its provisions IT WILL UE AN EVIL DAY FOR AMERICAN LIBEKTT IF TOE THEORY OF A OOVERN3IENT OUT SIDE OF THE SUPREME LAW OF TOE LAND FINDS LODGMENT IN OUR CON STITUTIONAL JURISPRUDENCE Jus tree John M Harlan JUDGE DB REDWINE who toolc the thing through for Gosbola th notoriOlll USio Hnil convention bolted hiidsolf a nice little bolt at the Sonatprial conven tion of the 34th district containing Morgan Wolfe and Breathitt coun ties held at Hazel Green last week Candidates AII Stamper of Wolfe and Malone Lykins of Morgan combined and began unseating delegates for Rbdwinea man J J Hampton of Breathitt Rcdwinc took his crowd and held a separate convention nominating Hampton The rogular convention continuo and nominated Stamper Rcdwinc expects to be upheld by the State committee eWITH their capital stock of five million dollars Jim Hang Dent Mc Millin and Chawrley Towne arc go ing right ahead in the Beaumont oil district of Texas growing an actopus whose tentacles they hope will coil around and draw in count less millions of tho stuff that was considered co filthy in 1S96 Towne talks such heresy as I rave retir ed from politics for good sad shall devote my time hereafter to mak ing money I think it is my duty to provide for a competency for myself and family The best shows dont cost any admission price and no circus is as rich as this specta cle of former octopus elayers breed ing the monsters for profit ONLY the will of a partisan ma jority of Congress stands between the people of the United States and complete colonial imperialism and imperialism is an accomplished fact in regard to Porto Rico to last until the Supremo Court reverses its decision If tho Constitutio- doesnt mean what it unequivocally says in Section VIII First Clause The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes duties imposts and excises to pay tho debts sad provide for the common defense and general welfare of the UnitedJStates but all duties im- f posts shall be uniform throughout the United States i doesnt mean it anywhere when there is a will to evade it TBS United States is making progress backward at a lively gait and abandoning Imposition that hoe brought the nation to unpara lelled greatness is patterning efts Great Britain which has been start ed on the down grade of an impe rial career through the South Afri can war of conquest precipitated by the greed and ambition of com mercial adventurers The Supreme Court decisions mean that territory may be acquired by conquest or otherwise and Congress may OV ern it without regard to the U S Constitution They mean that Cone grass can make the President Ern- e peror of an territory of the United States outside of the States of tbo Union to rule it as he sees fit sub ject only to some vague restrictions of AngloSaxon rights that seem to come through tho British unwrit ten constitution and the U S Con stitution somewhere though why any restrictions is not clear The greed of commercialism and the f tiy j 1 splendor and glory of an imperial career seriously menace tho na tions life its character is chang ling rapidly Wu C WHITNKV of New York won the gnat English Derby mcr at Epsom with an English horse ridden by the American jockey Lee fur Reifl und trained by the Amer ican John Huggins However the horse has tho unAmerican Slav onic nome of Volodyovski which gives nn American tho doublebar reled moiitlmclio to pronounce Whitney was co elated that he dispatched the whole barkeep fester niceat tho GravfHrnd track Brook lyn to set up John Huggins punch to all comers nil day long They did so and tho crowd cele brated the victory as few races ever were The British arc more sensitive on tho horsoraco question than nearly any other and no doubt some foci more humiliated over Whitneys triumph than over the loss to British prestige by tho American supremacy in steel man ufacture CORRESPONDENCE Forks Hill W A Williams is homo CromI Lexington to spend his vacation Tho rainy weather here is put ting the farmers back with their work spendingfew a Staton nt Preston Mrs R T D Zimmerman and granddaughter Miss Myrtle Ilorec man visited the family of Joseph A Williams Friday Grange City Fred Gray of not r Bethel visit ed his father here Saturday und Sunday Miss Miranda Bradley left Sunday to lire with Mist Hord at Pup nlac Plains Charles Spencer nnd wife of toes Run visited Jo Spencer and wife leer week Mrs Newton Johnson and daugh OlympiasMrs Bud Collivor and Jas Raw lings loft Sunday to visit their sis ter Mrs Ben Sopcr in Nicholas Co Okla Wo had plenty of rain last week There will bo preaching here on nighttBro Boots will preach a funeral at Fairview next Sunday morning There was a good deal of tobacco set hero last week though very few finished setting Santford Stephens and wife of Odessa visited Henry Gray and family Saturday and Sunday A Miss Ellen Denton rcturnejihome hear Grunge City Sunday after 1Jieuaqtr Aunt Mary Hunt Is not as wet us usual j Plenty of rain and cool wcnthci for tho time of year lutrnotThomas McGlothin sold to Lee Thompson calf for 950 Brother Anderson failed to fill ills appointment here Sunday but Bro Sexton took his place Claud Warren and wits were the guests of his sister Mrs Chris Gar ner Saturday and Sunday Buddie Jones and family of Forge Hill were the guests of Mrs Jones father Henry Tincher Sun dayAunt Mary Sexton has gone to spend a weep or ton days with her daughter Mrs Bud Carmichael on StepetonoSorry South Side writer has gone with the telephone company to Charleston hope ho will come back soon as wo will want to hear from biol- Saturday while Mrs John Good paster was preparing to scrub tho floor and had heated a kettle of water to a boiling point hor 22 months old son teas playing around and accidentally stopped iota tho kettle horribly scolding tho lower part of its body all the skin peeling off its right limb It will prob ably recoverStepstona Mrs Zurawalt of Lexington is still here at the bedside of her brother O G Hamilton E L Payne was at Falmouth week before last on business con cerning his fathers estate The cut at Stopstone trestlo is completed Mr Savage and crew were at it about five months Miss Mary Lyle of Mt Sterling1 ReidIC B Reid is doing a big busi ness with his mill on ovary Friday It takes him until after night to finish Sugarrlooks as though they will have a good school Buck Sharp of Howards Mill visited E Carmiobael and family Sunday and helped Goo W Carter set tobacco Monday Jno A Carmichael wife and child of Howards Mill were the guests of his brothcr in lan JHMyers and family Sunday Mrs W B Henry is no hotter 0 G Hamilton is worse Mrs E L Alexander is bettor John Alexan der Sr is about the same Milton P Lane is some betterIHenderson Phipps had a valuable Dow lolled by the train one day last week SUMO one left a gate open and the cow got in front ofa pass ing train at the wrong time Jri y t r Hillsboro Mrs Tillio Taylor left Monday her home in Decatur III Tho series of meetings nt tho Methodist Church closed Friday Mrs ITiinnah Gnrdnerdicd at the home of her son Wrn Gurilnornear bore Monday Childrens DIY exorcises will be observed nt the Christian Church Sunday night June IGthIGoo S Beckett traveling agent for the Dcering Harvester arrived here Monday to assist H A Day local agent Mrs Thomas Jones died nt her home here Wednesday last of con sumption Interment Thursday in tho Humphreys burying groundI The dedication of the Methodist Church at Ringon Mill last Sun day was largely attended and 00 was contributed fur the benefit of the church Flat CrooK Johnson A Young is on the sick listOmar Wilson bought some hogs 5c Trenching at Springfield every first and third Sunday Lightning did great damage at this place last Wednesday John Boaz bought a cow and twin calves recently for 40 Several from this place attended Court at Owingsville Monday Elder Ross will preach at Fas wits schoolhouse next Sunday Dock Cannon of Nicholas Co visited here Saturday and Sunday Owen Myers has improved the looks of his house by a fresh coat of paint Mrs Win Rico sad daughter Miss Catherine visited in Mt Star ling Saturday Moores Ferry Frank Shrout of Flat Creek vis iced his father John Shrout Saturday nnd Sunday Lit Phelps of Frenchburg visit ed his daughter Mrl G B Myers Saturday night and Sunday Charley Carpenter of Roes Run visited his mother Mrs Wm In gram who is very sick Sunday Miss Eliza Kimbrell of Jeffer sonville visited her brother E C Kimbrnll several days last week Elder H C Downey will prose h nt Hcdricks the fifth Sunday In this month at 11 a m and 4 p m ors Cynthia A Shrout is very low lease C Reeves is better David Snedegar was some hotter Saturday Miss Mury A Shro utjfo forest of Owingsville visited relatives here from Tuesday until lliuxgdapo last week tSrACounty t jjlgyeycrt and divided t + dee 7 are Sibbie MeDunaldV t2 Jijit week AU contracts fur impniiw male riator reiiairaiio1 o tttrnisl et1Gw TJu ro sell grate r dilof- Irathcolillty hnll be let by comp tftionbUlding rind to tho lowest arid pest bidder by commissioners as directed by Sec 8 of thciturn pike rder Were any pikes advertised in tho county papers to bo let Juno 1st iDOl Olympia Ben Piersall was here Monday Mrs J B Lano is on the sick list Chris Copher nee at Salt Lick Friday Our Sundayschool is getting along nicely Abijnh Wells of Owingsville was here Sunday Herndon Young returned fro Indiana Friday Mrs Fred Slesser visited friends at Lexington last week R Costigan and Chris Copber wero in Owingsvillo Thursday W W Penix moved from his home property to Sour Springs Mrs Sallie Hunter is visiting her sister in Nicholas Co this week Mrs Sarepta Steele was here Friday visiting Bud Clark and wife Robert Gault was visiting his sister Mrs J K Jackson last week Porter Case and wife visited at Sbarp burg Saturday and Sunday Tom Wren and sister Miss Ber tie of Roes Run visited friends here Sunday Mrs Alf Jackson left Saturday to visit her father John Spencer at Frankfort Mrs Kate Costigan and Mrs Milt Steele were in Owingsvillo shopping Friday Mrs Gallic Jackson and Mrs Mollie Case were in Owing ville shopping Tuesday Mrs 0 P Thrasher and daugh ter Mrs Bud Clark were in Ow ingsville shopping Wednesday Misses Dudemona Rodgers Lena Overby and Kate Kincaid visited friends at Salt Lick Saturday and Sunday Our protracted meeting began Juno 10th Bro Rash of Winches ter will assist our pastor Bro Williams Mrs Newton Johnson and daughter Miss Rbxie of Grange City were guests of tier sister Mrs H 0 Irwin last week Married June 2d at the home ofI the bride Miss Mary Hiloy and Elzie Staton The bride is a daugh ter of W M Hiley a beautiful and accomplished young lady Tha bridegroom Ian son of seed Sta ton and is an Industrious young man We wish them a long and happy life t i y d 5 Bethel Mrs Dr Davis rolurnrd to her home in Mnyville last week Morris Arrasmith la spending n few days with his sister Mrs Roe Frcelnnd Dr J J Lctton attended the State Medical Association meeting in Louisville J M Gossett is on the sick list The rest of the sick in the village no better Mrs Sanford Ramey and daughter spent Wednesday in Mt Ster ling shopping Chessie Gossett and wife of Montgomery county nra visiting relatives here Frank Boyd and Ollie Arrasmith are at home from the Millersburg training school Rollio Kirkland and wife of Moorefield spent Sunday with W R Peters und wife Crooks Miss Josie Barber of Forge Hill is visiting relatires here Dud Spencer of Rocs Run vis itud relatives here Sunday Omar Willson shipped carload of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday Crow Nixon has gone to Louisa to work at the Prendergast Lumber Cos saw mill- MeadArmitage and family moved to Louisa Ky Mr A is sawyer for tho Prendergaat Lumber Co D S Nixon and wifo visited their daughter Mrs Dave Gilbert at Midland City Saturday and Sunday Omar Willson bought of J F poundIsame price dsughrvisited the family of James Horton Wednesday and Thursday of last week Died June 5 of consumption Mrs Turner Stull aged 31 years She had been a sufferer for two years She was a member of tho Presbyterian Church uniting with it when Rev E 0 Guerrant preached hero a few years ago She lessee a husband and one sister Mrs Sam Jackson to mourn their loss Funeral conducted by J E Willhoite and burial at the homo place by her request The floral offerings were numerous and beau tiful We miss thee from our home dear Ida We miss theo from thy place A shadow oer our life is cast We miss the sunshine of thy face We miss thykind and willing hand Thy fond and earnest care Our home is dark without thee Ida We miss thee everywhere Knob Lick Cool rainy disagreeable wenlh er fires are muchin evidence Chns Va Ero ti dfjmUv na cud here laat week miring to Salt Lick It was decided Saturdaj to hold an election July 1st to elect a minI physician Ifco McCartv killed two uirrol atone shot one a red squirrel an one a white ono- Thorelephone Co has been re pairing their line and cleaning ob structions away Burrill Jackson met with a pain fulaccident got his fingers mash ed ut the roaster Geo Sorrell killed a rattlesnake in the tanbark woods a tan days ago It had three rattles anda button There is still plenty of measles Fush Withrow has had five cases in his family one was serious but better now Miss Bertie Wrens subscription school taught at her home wa lout Friday gave a trice trey to her scholars Boone Razor bought a bunch of shoats from Lacy Razor at shoo t 5c Ho sold part of them to Capt Pitman at a little over 5c The editor in the week before lasts issue passes a complimont on tho Populists not intentional He says it was admitted in the House of Commons that the annual loss on telegraph lines since the Gov ernment took them over was 3 500000 and the total loss was 41600000yet our Populists would have our Government to take charge of all public utilities whilo in every instance in which it has been tried it is found that it costs more than private companies to d the same work and the service i less satisfactory Iam not so in formed that it costs more by government operation to run the rail roads but for arguments sake say they are not It is not in the in PopuhstsIthe interest of the people If nec escarp we could show by facts and figures that the Populist way is the only way to free tho overburdened people of one of the biggest trusts we have except tho money trust We propose to havo a trust that the people will share We do not cry out against the trusts and hold up the trust in the interest of the few It goes without saying that the railroad companies of the U S put 200000000 over and above a fair remuneration for passenger and freight rates Who has to pay for the army of deadheads and their highsalaried officers and pres idents whose salaries in some in stances exceed the Presidents and the wtered stocks The laborer and the farmer foot the bills How about the Government handling the mails Does it not really handle them hotter and at a less cost to the people than when handled by private corporations Take the express charges they charge thoI government eight times as much for hauling the same as the GOY ern mint charges t t r UNDERBUY UNDERSELL FOR CASH I 5y COME AND SEE THE LOW PRICES t CARPETS7 RUGS CORSETS HAM x BURL1 LACES STRAW HATS t HOUSE PAINT CHIXAWAKEj HARDWARE l Jf Everything markedin plain figures One price to all t 130MemoGate Hinges 4c RogersTeaspoons 75650 st 5tClothesRubber Bit Wrought 250 SCStoveLadiesVests tg13 10 850 PHackMtlPntsBttns io6cgrs 272001 Window Veiling 1EIISTORE M GOODS rINEW FIRM NEW PRICES BEST GRANULATED SUGAR6c lb e11f ALL OTHER GROCBRIES CHEAPER Than BLSBWHIiRH f WILL GIVE YOU MORE YOUR PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS THAN ANY OTHER Regular 810 AllWool Serge SuitsFIRMf We guarantee alt suits not to fade and to ALLWOOL GOODS If they fire not what we say they are we 1 will refund the money REGULAR 50c Shirts LADIES CALF SHOES MENS VIOl KID SHOES 65eI BOYS SUITS 60efEggs lie per doz this wk CHANDLERPHELPSREYNOLDSV3LLE lti k Slate Valley j ter Toy wcnrtos fc XTck Saturday on business Charles Warron moved from hereto Salt Lick lust week Butler Toy sold a cow andcnH for350dMrs Estills letters from th West arc very interesting and inI itructive Willie E Atchison of SnIt Lick was the guest of the family of Sam Shultz Friday night Mr and Mrs Richard Ferguson and little granddaughter Sarah Al ice were guests of the family of Butler Toy Sunday James Snedegar wile baby How sell and little Toy Hart of near Owingsville were guests of Mr Snedegars parent Butler Toy an wife Saturday and Sunday There was a gentleman name Roberts from Nepton Fleming instt bug nearly broke up Fleming Co and there never was any smallpox thereSquire Toy says he Wants the people of Bath county to know he did not voto a dollar to the smallpox humbug fur the simple reason he did not believe there was a caso of smallpox in Bath county poorly Chas StoopsjAnd it still would stop I Mrs John W Thompson is recovering from her sickness Never begin to talk about other homesDr D H Bush visited relatives at Grassy Lick Friday and Satur day Richard Mallory visited relatives in Fleming county Saturday and SundayOverton Tones and family visited relatives at Stepstonc Saturday and SundayEd of near Olympia was in this vicinity on busineia last week The tears of a maiden are like the dew tho first little sunbeam dries them up Leonard Roberson Carl Rolph nnd Miller McClain visited on Flat Creek Sunday Tobaccosetting is nearly over but the cutworms are knocking it right and left A joker is the very ono who willI get mnd the quickest if you turn the joke on him Miss Lyda Smathers of nearI Sharpsburg visited Miss Nancy Gregory Wednesday Love friendship and a home in Heaven are three things that no mans money can buyISome girls are so sweet that they will make a person sour tq look at them for a few moment J x r tr r c r Ladies Ties Lace Pillow Scarfs toe Brooms 20 15 Table OH Cloth 150 Shades 35 23 9CILinen Hats s Face 130 WE FOR y Mrs James H Gillagpie land can t fHalite attended the Methodist Con ference at Grassy Lick Friday Stephen Wurner ansI wife of Grassy Lick visited J 1Y1tNrmp 1fMrs Lawrence Fa BRett and Uisr i atetorn Saturday until Mon Y day rThere is no doubt but hati 11 Stoups would always be to the c behind front it everything else wuuldltaj ti Rev A L Hackett lit Winebea ter will preach at tba ecboolbouae r here next Sunday afternoon at S oclock 1JlWill TripleU ifter working three Telephonej i drcr l was here Wednesday niixiug rritk Athe boys Uncle Jonnny Wadeaa3llttses Lillian Willa and Ethel WndeL of Carlisle visited at Thomas Wadea last week Rev W B Grae will preach at the Springfield Church next SunV day morning nt 11 oclock Mrs Tom Carr and daughter Miss Lizzie of near Judy visited wpwhat time wo are going to die fop 4 if we did we would all die before ithat time Write again Mrs Estill th readers of THE OFTLOOK certainly do enjoy reading your most inter esting letters If you want all the hens till the time then take the paper that give all the news all the time which la none other than THE OUTLOOK r Whats the Constitution of the United States among a lot of mea who do not care if everybody else starves to death juat so they live You had better be an honored old maid or bachelor all your Hfs than be a dishonored plaintiff or defend ant in a divorce suit for only a few Jape Owing to unfavorable weather not an extra large crowd attended the icecream and strawberry sup bt About s PapYou are an ungrateful child If it hadnt been for you I could hays gone to tbo Mothers Congress If it hadnt been for me you couldnt have gone because you wouldnt have been a mother Ob how times have changed It used to be that the girls parted their hair in the middle and the joys hardly ever combed their hair J at all and sacs the boys parttheir hair in the middle and the girls never do part theirs And to tell the truth it looks like they never docomb itrCONTINUED ON FIRST PAOX r a j wT r