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Digital page images are linked to the text file. g x I 7 J 1 t8 sJ J 1y 01 4 z J i i 54 J t t I4 si 1 i i f f 4 t 4 1 J f i 9 f i I S 4 Sb 4 S IiI S 4 4 4 ie43 I1 4 4 tCa r P4i- t r p5 J4 4 j iJ oJa mA 1 IIr 4E I 1ie tuInQt1tLIi1 cpullook it I j I 1 h iJ 1 VOL XX I L OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 271901 NO49 pi 57k7 Winchester Elks will bold 1 fair A ug 69 A fine line of Silvorware at O C Harris jewelry store Some little wheat will be bar vested tha last of this week Watahes and clocks of all kinds At 0 C harris jewelry store Bring your old buggy and trade It to T S Shrout for a naw one Now is the time to gat cheap goods inmillinery at lire Estills i Now is the time to get cheup goods in millinery at Mrs Estills You can get the best oil for your Mowers Binders Ac of Brother k Goodpestetp The showery weath retards thet r vaYlng of bluegrass seed The crop II a flue one Summer proper began Saturday according to both the almanac and- Sthe thermometer- S There will be services at the Christian Church next Sunday at 11 a o and 8 p mvBeginning next Monday the most annoying pllrt of the revenue stamp sticking will ceu Rev Rcllie Alfrcy will preach nt RoaV schoolhouse the first SaturM day and Sunday In JuycRev E O Guerrant will preach at Springfield Church next Sunday June 30 at 11 oclocka m You will always find a full stock of spectacles at O C Harris Jewi1 airy store Eyar tested free 1 handle the noted Elkhorn Whis key There is no better madeVJ W LANE After three days of swelteringn shower early made the weather more barabIeS Goods as represented or your money back at O C Harris jewelry store Eyes tested free of charge ibis Georgetown Ky is going to have n fair horse show and carnival during the week beginning July 52d The days are getting a little shorter now but there ia still pleaO ty of time in which to get days work The Gjazettf arlJl C Mead hn ow Bought Ed Williams Kirhniond street property in Mt Sterling r f2000 carlu ale i The old quest on win thought if I j not asked at every meeting of two- persons Saturday Sunday Monday and TuesdaybBenjamin F Meek maker of the celebrated Frankfort fishing reels i died of old age at the Kentucky iel capital Monday Farmers will make a mistake if they fail to procure a colt of the get of J S Brown the noted etal lion of Dr G W Conner The annual June sweaV is a pronounced success and not only tobacco but pretty much everything is in case continuously d- If you are In need at epectaclesh or eye glasses call on B draws at O C Harris jewelry store end hare Jbim test your eyas Some miscreant broke into the neatbonne of Martin Jones near- S islaU Valley ot eight last week jand stole 3 middlings of meat Bring vi your watch clock and Jewelry repairing All work guar aBtaad B W AxtazwsNAt OC Harris4 jewelry store do CxaavoxLook out for tha big celebration at Grange City July 4th Everybody inritad A- jollytiaefO aiL 2t The buyers who engaged lambs 4arly are in to lose plenty of money The rbUltat as a pancakeb without prospect ef W are going to deal in ice thiso 3ur and would be glad to 5our patronage IW LizO- wingavilie Ky Lick here The people that have pictures eearged will save bijC eaayy getting 3 M Brother to furnish the frames tOt The fancy prices that horses are bringing should convince the far eon who want faacy prices tfaat J 6 Brown is the best hors to breed to This is the housefly busy year fie seems especially vicious maybe because of tile shutout game played against him by the universal use of wire screens John G Wilson fell off of the night passenger train at Mt Ster ling and was killed He was a brother of Chas Wilson Mt Ster ling Chief of Police George Clark had the Owings yule Granite 4r Marble Co to put up a fine onument at the grave of his daughter Mrs Oscar Chandler in Jacksons graveyard Mr OHSr Bright and Miss Jennie Lander young society people of Flemingsburg were married last week They are wellknown to many young people in this section t S 5E i IIi r S 4 c 7J I iI p Jf I 1- PERSONAL Jacob Trumbo of Mt Sterling it a guest at T II Browns C P Mnnn of Winchester came Sundayand returned Monday John McAlister of Mt Sterling Cutne last Friday to visit relatives Miss Margaret Botti of Bethel came Thursday to visit Miss Julia Elliott Henry Cracraft and Charles Fields of Sharpsburg wore in town Monday t Mrs Walter Harper of Mt Ster linK canfo over Saturday to visit relatives Miss Susan Gregory of Bethel- s to visit Mr and Mrs H L Lane this week Atty Reuben Gudgell left Tues day on a weeks business trip to Richmond Va Rex Corneilison went to Lexing on Wednesday morning to attend Chautauqua Miss Daisy Wilran of Montgom ery Co came last week to visit Miss Edna Byron Rex Corneilison and Wm TC inoot were visitors at Olympian Sunday Mrs Elva Cutlett went last week isit her daughter Mrs Pierce Winn in Mt SterlingIMiss Ella Young of North Midldletown is visiting at Squire Hughes south of town Mr and Mrs J M Richart loft onday to attend tho PanAmeri an Exposition at lluffaloIHarry Berkley Miller of Mt Sterling spent from Saturday un tit Monday with friends here J H Richart went Friday to visf relatives nnd friends in Mont gomery and Bourbon counties Miss Eva McKinacvan went last eek to visit her sister Mr Vonie- anlandingham at Sadievillc o Mr and Mrs Walter Whaleyof ear Bethel were guests of M r and rs E W helm Saturday and- unday Clarence L Madden of Muncie Ind came first of the week to visit mother Mrs Chas Spencer at jSunnyside Mias Jessie Atchison of Wyom ing has returned from a visit toIMisteP Bess and Sue Peddicord at Winchester Mr and Mm Rollie Gray of kla wore guests of Mr Rod Mrs Tibba Gnodpaster from Saturday until Monday Mrs Sarah Jack on returned Sat orduy from a visit to her son Jes- tof Spencer Jessie returned honjo with her Hughes Atkinson and sister Miss Lucy were guests of relatives in t Sterling last week returning ozn Sundaytted his parent Mrand Mrs Danp Harper near town from day until MondaySC M Madden and wife of Mt Sterling were guests of Mr and Mrs Chas Spencer afSuunyside Sundiy and Monday Miss Emily Brother Duke Hamp ton and Sherman Goodpatter re turned Saturday from a several ays stay in Mt Sterling Miss Addle Stewart returned ome to near Reynoldsville Friday after trimming for a millinery firmI at Manchester Tenn during the seaeon Mrs H D Paynter and Miss Paynter have returned home to Middlesboro after visiting the for mers father James T Crooks on Peeled Oak- Misses Elizabeth Skillman of orth Middletown and Miss Fleda Green of Mt Sterling have re turned to their respective homes after visiting Mrs H L Lane Miss Rebecca Ashton left Mon day for her home at Covington af ter spending a few days at Mrs Bell Allens Ford Patterson ac- oinpanied her as far as Fleming urg Mrs Dr G W Moore and baby f Ashland and Mica Nell McCoy of Lexington were guests of Mr and Mrs Emmet Fratman Saturday on their way to visit at Ben T Wrights near Sharpsburg John A Ramsey went Sunday afterfloon to Louisville to be pres ant Monday at the laying of the corner stone of the now Masonic Temple which is being built by the Ky Grand Lodge of Mavens The following attended the Daw onMaxey wedding at West Liberty Wednesday Jno W Dawson father of groom Miss Mary Daw son Mrs Jennio Stephens Mr and Mrs A H Dawson W JJ Araeld and Alfred Crooks Mrs Richard Stoll Mrs James Stoll Miss Minnie Anderson Miss Elvina Feiber and Mrs Wilson P Strader all of Lexington came Thursday to visit Mr and Mrs J J Nasbitt They returned hooae Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs Bruce Whaley wore guests of relatives here Monday and Tuesday They formerly lived at Chattanooga Tenn but Mr Whaleys headquarters wore trans forred to Cincinnati and they have not permanently located since Mrs Whaley was formerly Miss Stella Redmon of Bourbon Co 0 1 iUIII fJ jr 4a fiM Clover Lent Castor in the finest oil in the world fur Twine Hinders Mowers Threshing imiehiiiea tc Try it Sold only by BROTHER GOODTABTEK The Cyrthinn Democrat mentions the duth of the little child erf Mr and Mrs George Walden at Seattle Wash George ia brother of Dr A W Walden and used to live here with his parents Mr A B Deavers of Paris nnd Miss Pearl Steele Campbell of Carlisle were married at aysvillo Wednesday night of last week Miss Campbell is known here she having been a visitor here SEE HEUE Beginning Monday May 27 I will sell my entire stock of millinery such as huts flowers ribbons chiffons mulls etc at cost for cash No goods charged in this line Resp Mus D S ESTILL C LARGE SADDLE Eugene Mini han has just made saddle for Wilburn Berry of near Moorefiold Mr Berry weighs 340 pounds and the saddle is made on a 21inch tree the largest size made The BadI is of Mr Minihans customary fine and substantial workmanship SEE HERE Beginning Monday thy 27 1 will sellmy entire stock of millinery such as hats flowers ribbons chiffons mulls etc at cost cash No goods charged in this ine Resp MRS D S ESTILl STRAYED OK STOLE Bay mare 12 or 14 years old blind from speck n left eye white spot on left fore eg 2 small white spots in forehead saddles well Any informa tion for her recovery will be hibers ally reward Address Robert Ov rby Olympia Ky j READ AND SAVE MoxarI have 25 new buggies rockaways and driving wagons to sell at reduced prices or to exchange If in need fan extra fine rubbertire I have them in stock If you come fr other counties I will pay you well in saving you money Cash or credit 493 T S SHUOUT MORE COMPLAINTS A subscriber atStepstnne and a number at White Sulphur have complained that they didnt get their OUTLOOKS recently t Uncle Sam will be alter somebody if this thing keeps up The papers re sent ouc from this olllco and Postmaster Byron starts them on their way to their addresses promptly FnaNcnyVqde veal Is that some newfangled French way of fixing up calf meat IlnlliHl UN French all right and has much to do with fixings p and showing calves not newifanglrd Its spelt vaude ville and is the faddish name for t highclass theatre variety shows at thel There will bo a picnic at Coul Woods on the White Oak ike on July 4 There will be- lenty to eat and plenty of water pianround for the children A first class brass band Good order will be maintained by the authorities YOUNG ik HOUSEMAN The Bath Co Chapter UD Cl are invited to meet at the residenceu of A W Bascom 27th from 3 to 5 oclock m iPreaidentMn Henrietta L Williams President of JohnS WilliamlChapE ter U D C Mt MRS A W BASCOMcPref Bath Co TaiToBACco Tho growing crop of tobacco is making a rapidgrowth During the cool weeks the first part of the season when the farmers thought the plants would not get largo enough to set the plants wore making root growth and when the weather turned warm it caused a rapid growth of the tops Tobacco plants with good growth will live in most any kind of weather LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET By George R Snyder of the Stone Tobacco Warehouse CoJune 22 1900 There is very little change to report in the tobacco market from that which I sent you ltIweek All tobaccos in firstclass order are selling satisfactorily where irregularity appears this is mainly from the condition of the tobacco Good to fine loaf as well as all colory grades are showing up very scarce There was some fins tobacco offered this week and competition was very strong and active on this class We sold one good hhd this week at 1625 STEALINOODTLOOKS Some years ago this office was much annoyed by somebody who had access to the mails stealing OUTLOOKS on their way to subscriber The practice has been complained of again re cently and we have tested the matter sufficiently to know that the stealing is done by the mail agents or by somebody they permit to handle the mail We request every one subscriber or exchange en titled to receive Tux OUTLOOK to notify us promptly when a copy of the paper fails to reach them We are collecting evidence to make a complaint to the U S postal au thorities to have the stealing stopped It is very damaging to a newspapers reputation for reliability in business methods to have subscribers deprived of the papers in that way jf J I fi1 James Lctcher who cut w liFlowing in the face at Preston voting place on last April 6th had his examining trial last Saturday und was held over to Circuit Court gneiEditor Green R Keller of the Carlisle Mercury is deeply sympa thized with in the death of his wife She was stricken with apop lexy and died shortly afterwards June 2lst at her home in Carlisle RECITAL BY Miss BESSIE GIOVKU Miss Bessie Glover gnvo a piano recital at the homo of hor aunt Mrs M C Portman Tuesday even ing to which she invited the music class of which she is a member and a number of her intimate friend She was assisted by Misses Bertie Barton Etta Isom Ruby Baldridge and Zella Crawford Miss Besfio is well known for her musical abil ity and application thereforethoBe present came in anticipation of something very nice and they were treated to a performance far be yond their expectations The pro tlcincy gained by Miss Bessie is beyond that usually reached by students no older than she and with a continuance in earnest study patience and perseverance sho reasonably expect to attain artiaticI results nt an earlynel18no Texas StarM- YSTERIOUS CASE Ellis Glenn at Parkersburg W Va is rivaling the Man in the Iron Mask forI mystery As a supposed man sheI was convicted of swindling in Illi nois and sent to prison where herI sex was first discovered The au thoritics were glad to get rid of her by turning her over to the West Virginia authorities by whom he was wanted on charges of swindling in the guise of a man- n Illinois she was engaged to be married to a respectable young la dy In West Virginia she worked as a mann associated with men and her intimate male roommate never suspected her sex Finally she wasi thought to be a woman named Cora Cunningham who married two or more times had a largo family of children and was supposed to have been buried and resurrected in Florida either in some fraudulent cheme or by accident by grave robbers but an intimate IIlqlllLini alico of Corn Cunningham Ptiys Ellis Glenn is nut Cora and be ides the oillcial physicians declare Ellis Glenn to hI virgin She has no open friend hilt is supplied by somebody with all comforts and money to employ attorneys urn attorneys with apparent ran knrs say she is aa much of a mystery t them as anybody but they believe ir innocent of the ba uruoshe is held and Kay they will n Itcasewas liy brother who bears a clne resemh lance to her She has hien in the clutches of the law for a year nr more and grows more of a mystery all the time- ExBArn Co MANWe take leasure in announcing the pres t nce among us of our esteemed friend and relative Dr J Robert Roe He is a native of the State of Bath and is to the manor born The Doctor took Horace Greeleys advice early in life to Go West young man anti grow p with the country by going to Missouri in 1855 He IH in his 69th ear and is hale and hearty Dr ob is a brother of the late Dr E f Roe of Sharpsburg We regret hat his stay among us it to be lort however he expects to re urn early in next year on business connected with his mining proper ty located near Cripple Creek Col orado He is the President andI General Manager of The Mount McIntyre Miningand Milling Com pany incorporated for 100000 and with 100 thousand shares at the par value of 1 per share of which ten thousand shares have bien sold at 50 cents per share forty thousand shares remain in tbe treasury to be sold at 50 cents per share which will go into the development work The company whichwas incorporated under the laws of theState ofColoradohas 200I acres of land 30 acres of it on which three of the oldest claims are located is deeded to the comI panyand the rest is in process andI will be deeded in time under the Government mining laws There are ten lode claims in various stages of development shafts in depth of from 20 to 100 felt giving assays of 4 to 10 from tho surface There aro true fissures with a defined contact showing in every case one wall but in the majority both the hanging and foot wall Dr Bob Roe is visiting his cous- In Mrs Eliza Dawson and his aunt Mrs Mary Richards widow of the late Dr Elza Walter Richards Dr Bob has the grit in his gizzard and a wellbalanced head on lila shoulders and there is predicted for him a grand success which is to say the least no more than his energyand sticktoitiveness de serveDr Bob several years ago Under took to trace his family genealogy and discovered his blond relation ship to the great American statesman Daniel Webster His father was Salem Roe a son of James Roe and his wife Abigail Mershon a cousin of Abigail Eastman who married a Webster and became the mother of DAniel Webster Abigail Roe named her oldest son Daniel i and Abigail Webster named her son Daniel which was a family name c A it of the Martlions Abigail Roe was the daughter of Nathaniel and Kit tie Mention whose children were Daniel Cornelius Abigail Roe Fannie Hedrick Sallie Secrest Engluaucrone in this RectUm Hannah wife of Jessie England Will tile grandmother of C W Honakcr Marshall Roe who died in the Step stone neighborhood was an uncle of Dr Bob Roo- GOVEaN31nT AID From folluingfromtho true spirit of liberty indicates genuine charity and appeals direct to real manhood It should be read and studied Do you always stop to think when you hear people Advocating and urging fret this and that that nothing is free Somebody pays for everything and when leg islatures appropriate large sums and create unnecessary offices to provide tire public or a class with free anything it comes out of tho pockets of the taxpayers and should not be indulged wholesale but wisely judiciously The robbing of Peter to pay Paul under the guise law though it may be is tho nobverso of just is tho essence of kinds of socialism Governmental free this and that not only robs the taxpayer but diminishes his opportunities for substitutingfree Not only is the taxpayer mulcted his individual rights infringedand his opportunities lessened but the class sought to be benefited is too often pauperized Tho benefits of persondvation of the sense of personal responsibility is taken from them Poorspirited from the start incompetent whining willing to be dependent protection and public catering still further enfeeble them n all that makes true manhood When Government starts in the business of bathing feeding lodg ing educating and amusing those who are incapable or unwilling totdo these things in their own behalf it is simply breeding leeches to live olF the bounty coming from honest industrious thrifty citizens What the incompetent and met demit members of society need is the constant stimulant of impend ing wants This is the force supplied hsy nature for the instnuctiunM and development of calling into play of all the rcsour dCDS of mind and hotly Without them and the constant forward and upward stiuggle which ihvy impose imd izulfr rhsurewuijld hia iJlLL eviutt m of speehs no human civilization They are the only forces which uppeal to the lower order of man kind that is the morally and spircl itunllv undeveloped And even timer who have ascended the heights of being would inevitably undergo degeneration but for the pressure of responsibility the stimulus of tho competitive struggle Plainly ho utress of hunger the tear and g memory of pain want eufferinp rouse torpid energies intellect discipline time powers Thoy teach men to subdue savagef instincts ann riotous enIprocrastination to accustom themselves however unwillingly to the drudgery of monotonous distaste ul work in order to provide against hose pangs to gratify those wants and desires Private and individualcharity and philanthropy do with much good no little harm when injudi ciouslyfxercisedFortunAtelyhow ever their manifestations are sporadic and spasmodic people do fiGovernmentkinds of reform schemes and pubnlic benefits all at the hardworkingthrif taxpayer- be it remembered the country willIoon be suffering from a bad spinal debility with anaemia S Bear in mind these bald bard realities which condition life and progress on this planet before you endorse visionary abnormal propositions which naturally appeal to the idealizing imagination gener ous heart and benevolent impulses of the physician We are not responsible for tho plan of creation but we must work it out in conformity with the scheme of nature A soapbubble is beautiful but not even the most fairylike insect could live in it Governmental schemes to make improvident un stable incapable people intelligent prosperous virtuous and happyat the expense of those who have be come so through their own unaided efforts have the same unsubstan tial iridescence and would prove as impracticable as dreams in their nature must RKMEMIIEK TnisBeware how you speak of a womans character Think how many years she has been building it of the wounds received of the toils and privations endured and let no suspicion follow her notions The purity of woman is the salvation of the raco and hope of redemptionand man sinks beneath the wave of despair with not a star to guide his life into a channel of safety Think then before you speak and remem ber that any hog can root up the fairest flower that ever grew so the vilest can ruin the purest char- acterEx lt i frir0 t 9 1w r CORRESPONDENCE fcONTiXUKD JfltOrl FODSTH PAOE Stoops Charley Richer is some better a this writing Corn IB looking exceedingly well in this neighborhood Just tell tllent taw it in Tilt OUTLOOK IIndtheywill know it is so If it does not rain in a few clays- there is going to be a long dry spellWell wheat harvest is on hand and we will soon be following the binder Girls aro sweet but oh how bitten to look at one and then cant kiss her Do not fool with a mewl fur if nOlhingleftOscar Goodpaster and sister vis- Ited relatives nenrOwingsvillu Saturday and Sunday Mrs Perry Shultz visiteil Mrc W J Trimble near Mt Sterling one day last week James IJ Gilla pio bought rood mare from Wm Atchison of Owingsville for 75 Attorney Samuel Mnttix of Lou isville is visiting friends und rela tives in this vicinity If Poverty is the mother of crime there is no doubt but what Want of Sense is tIme father lion C W Tipton will be the Republican nominee for County Judge of Bath county Rev Eo O Guerrant will preach at Springfield Church next Sunday morning at 11 oclock We understand the public school building will soon be dressed up with a now coat of paint Ernest Gillaopie of Clark Co visited bis uncle James H Gillas pie Saturday nail Sunday Tobacco is about knee high to a bumblebee and the prospects are hat it will soon be higher Uncle Jim McClain of IlebtMill visited his son Thomas McaCluin near here last weektThe infant child of Jnce Trim ble and wife was buried in thevSpringGcM Cemetery Friday Luke Shultz and wife of Wades ill visited the formers uncle Perry Shultz Saturday and Sun aytJohn W Thompson and family spent the day with Hack Shrout jyid wife near Mt Sterling Sunday Nimrod Byrd Sr visited reIn tives in Clark county Sunday and Court at Winchester Mon ay Cockrell and Green stripped about 2000 bushels of blue grassa need on J M BigstafTs farm week Mrs A W Byrd returned homet after a weeks tow arents Vm Hart and wife on Roes RuniBilly Bryan has come out flat for Mark Hanna for President in 1904 Well Bryan is good on picking winnersaA person that will stand up and talk about another person is not F anything like as good as the one they are talking about Mrs James II Gillaspie and Mrs Robt Smith visited the formers mother Mrs Kate Smith at Mt Sterling WednesdaytBridges a at Mt Sterling Court day to a MrlGentryof Lexington for Bridges Bros handle some of the nest stock in the State In losing Hazen S Pingree the ation loses ono of its greatesth men He leaves a hat cannot well be filled Oh how wish we had more raen like Hazen Pingree with us today TUB MAN WHO DOESNT ADVERTISE Breathes there a man with soul sol dead That to himself he hath not said My trade of late is getting bad Ill try another ten inch ad 1 such there be go mark him well For him no bank accountshall swell No angel watch the golden stair To welcome home a millionaire To such n man the noisy din Of traffic may not enter in For bargainhunters by the score Shall pass nor heed his dingy door For tho his sign is on the wall And on some barnyard gate a scrawl No people who have cash and sense Go prancing around to rend a fence Tho man who never asks for trade By local line or ad displayed Cares more for rest than worldly gain And patronage but gives him pain Tread lightly friends let no ruth Bound Disturb hia folitudc profound Here let him live In calm repose Unsought except by men ho owes And when he dies go plant him deep That naught may break his dream less sleep Where no rude clamor may dispel The quiet that lie loved so well And that tho world may know Us loss Place on his grave a wreath of moss And on the stone above Here lie A chump who wouldnt advertiseEx Teeth ache See Dr Perry d 4rb c 4i jMANtJFCTIjRER C r J r SADDLES AND HARNESS gkfc I G 1 My saddles are the clieHpestj for they rid It the easiest look baltand wear longer any saddle made They aremade right ht 1at homo and are hand made 1 also factory saddles at ti f lowest pricRn MY BUGGY HARNESS ARE TILE CHEAPEST for they are titt safest to rise wUar time longest anti took flee dli the LImO I ddjViput on a machinemade saddle on my handrnado harness and them handmade I ViiisIlVe j ui Uneasy on uiiiiinouiuuu cDUKny harness FbSlg Whips and Dusters Axle Oil and Washers Harness and Soaps 4 S Mail orders for saddles promptly filled V IIam Yours fdr the best and llarnnes EUGENE MINIHAN OWiKosmLE KY I SAM P ATCHISON Y DRUCCIST s jFINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCOS CGMtEC L M D FARIS f T SUCCESSOR TO PAXTON DENTON Onderfaker4errUrDitUre MASONIC BLDG OWINGSVIL L E J L HESS FUNERAL DIRECTOIi j t THE 4 AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY P Incorporated CAPITAL STOCKh 42 0000 RESERVE SURPLUS HHHH 444 125Q 00JAMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERSuu u u 20OOOOOO Address all correspondence to HOME OFF C gTLEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTSi cS WAS OxzMrs Er1peckYo1 cted like a fool when you proposed mo Enpeck That wasnt cting my dcarTown andCoun ry TEDDERHEARTED Jobstock istery tenderhearted isnt be- Tenderhearted n Well say that- nnm wouldnt even strike an average Cleveland Plain DealerI DREADIULiteU you1 said Ine curbstone moralist this is a tough world Thats sosthe busy man took time to reply and titalivePhiladelpMa A RECORDBREAKER Subbdbs uSee here yoo said that house we bought of you was a stones throw from the station Agent 4CWeIU Subbubs Well I simply want to now who threw that stonePhiikTimes A NEiannoRLY DisfcnBAScE = irst Neighbor Well my dough en doesnt play the piano any orse than your son writes poetry Second Ditto Perhaps not but t can be heard so much farther Detroit Free Press ITS Own AxTzDorEAuthotIwam troubled wake at night hour after hour thinking about my literary work niend6Ifow very silly Why dont you get up and read some of- itiltGlnsgoW Daily Times IMPKOBABLK Mrs Innocence finding poker chips in her hueGbands pockotsDear me I eorge too thoughtful for nay I I told him to buy some thing to amuse the baby and here le has brought home those pretty colored disks Philadelphia Bee ordMoolfTALEA man namedMoon presented with a daughter by is wife That was a new moon The old Moon was so overcome with joy that he went off and got drunk and that was a full moon When he became sober ha had but 25 cents left That was the last quarter But when his motherin aw met him at the door with a rollingpin there was a total eclipse of the moon with seven stara visible Ex JuSt SoYou may approximate the stars to a nail keg hang the ocean on a grape vine to dry wipe the nose of a cyclone with a towel cut off the tailend of a tornado for a keepsake put the sky in a gourd to soak unbuckle the belly band of eternity and open up the sun and moon as health resorts but never delude yourself with the idea that ywu can escape the other side of purgatory if you dont pay the printer Ex- THET AKB TOE PzorLTho young man who knows bow to lay off corn and potato rows and regu late the distance of the same loae tci get the crops is worth a cowpen full of nice kidgloved fancyover coated fellows who know how to lead a fashionable waltz Setting a plow just right and adjusting the gears so that backs and shoulders of horses will never hurt are wortha thousandfold more to the country than knowing how to pass in the parlor Yes and a girlthat can bako a loaf of bread and make a sweet roll of butter Is worth a whole seminary of softhand angels who sit in the pahlah and let their mas do the kitchen workEx Why dont you see Dr Perry about your teeth BEATS jtitn MfiAsunzsA Httltf girl who had been tor a plaflo lie Ison told her mother an her return that her feaefeef was not fries td her Why what did be do siid ine mother He asked me lgbtia the middle army lassdn bow mslny turnips wet in a busbeHJWhen the child wont for her next esson she was accompanied fit her wfoo stud to the teacher LWhy did mtsk Nellie how many turnips thefo were id ft I never asked her such a qdestiooY replied the fecbetbut bo added JJo fter amonlents feflectiaur 1 dtsk her how many beats there wife in x measure Christian Register h Good wnlsrjr is both doctor and tonlc Better looki g tbAu dttortj medIcinesFor i WJ1fJroky f ld J W Lane Owings lhfsrI1ane Haz lriffgV Olym pian Springs Kf WALLACE S GUDGELL A TTVAT LAW Have removed my office to the wing bonding on Main street and ill be glad to have my old clients to calL aotf FORSALE i Ahouse and one acre of groaad Forgo Hill Joins scboolhoHse ood well of water a number of fruit trees and a good fence tIS MRS MELISSA ANDERSON 4 FRANK HEDGE BARBERI- N THE POCKET Owingsville Kentucky Latest face preparations Everything nice and clean We NeedltW- E MUST HAVE IT All those Indebted to us please call and settle We would sot ask you were we not compelled to eel 1 lid to pay our debts 5 SLESSER TRY REX DANDRUFF URE iJ STOPS THE HAIR FROM FATJ ING OUT AND GIVES 1TNKW LIFES 0 Johnsons Barber Shop In cellar under Owingsville anklnK Co Special attention paid to cleans lug and trimming ladies and chll drens hair Work done at yoe house if desired i E C Perry Dentist J i Over Richarts store JIBuckwaltef 1 Farmers Ky- MAKUFACTUBER J r O- FLUMBER FlooringCeilingWeatherboardinBl I MouldingLathsTobaccoHg fT heads Oak Pickets for wire tfence and Tobacco Barn Timber ft ct M rii r = sf 1t i C lt J t j- v rI 4 I v Lii Y i iiII i OIusv1I1cOutlookotrrtoog l W1GsvILLZ KENTDOCT 1 AT SUNRISE cloudlMS skyOne stretching far rnA richt and left where hilltops bar 14 The eyts untrammeled view Hurclnjr the taint horizon edge It to an ether wedge y r 1SThatf deLves the dLtancu through pIjAndstretched above this belt ot blue coore of the brightest hue awingaaon rifts of splintered cloud White as the robes the saints enshroud And light as angel wings pilelsmile Purple amber and gray JWith rosetlnts from the rainbows dye And the blue of an Irish colleens eye And gems of purest ray i p playsfThe foaming torrent throws pencUlnp of sapphire trace Its border wrought of filmy laceIn colors of the rose J Brief as the raptures of a Jrram tti Its splendors fade whll yet they seem To be but ncarse begun Taint now Us crimson dyee and pale tfviv Its banners faU and meekly trail Before the rising sun VCharlesH Doing In Washington Stat Copyright bB Llpplncott Com 4an7 All right reserved S r CHAPTEH XII CONTINUED What is it we can do for this who hat been to badly treatedwomie has no cause to doubt me Tell me I how I may serve her Her voice wa S 5calmand insinuatingly conciliatory She demands a public marriage madam Until this year lihr has be lieved herself lets than the legal wife S of Raymond Holbin though God knows leSShe wa his wife abroad openly ac knowledged as such and now she has proof of that fact absolute undoubt 4edproof of the highest character dnlt of acquaintances registers letters addressed to her in his own handwriting and photographs All j puthisto in duplicate cod she has one copy of each in the hands of her law vers in Washington and one copy here Madam your ton his lived with thinj women as his acknowledged wife and i I am assured that under Virginia law she is his wife and would inherit his estate Ah She wishes money 4 Xo She withes to have her child t reatoredthz1 Her child Raymonds childw4 Alas madam one word answers a1t3onleat He has not told me this saId the mother It Iall that he had left to tell his life has been a great a pain ful disappointment to me t It it likely that he has not told you other things He is preparing for transmission information which he 7 thinks Ja good for a vast sum of money and there is the trouble for I believe as you sit before me madam that having given me his sacred promise 1 his sworn promise to send it by Louise j join her later and right all her wrongs t h kgeinwould leave a desperate woman behind What could such a woman do then r a Who would believe hrra selfcon wpyrt has already Impressed i me deeply I am satisfied now that the womans safest plan is to see that be doesnt leave until he his met her J demands And madam you have the rower to control him At six oclock 7 unless I see you both earlier I shall a communicatIr Will you take ta with us at six in I steadIn my twn i jrltnents I I t r think that helter 1 At six then I like the idea 6 j In the privacy of her own room Mrs EAeYp1n gave unrestrained expression to a rage that was consuming her Xo one who knew the cool suave tactful w email of affairs would have recog j 1i j rized her at that moment She paced S W the luxurious apartment with the fury Lnd abandon of a tigress entrapped4 her crushed parasol and the emblems Vf her mourning beneath her feet Re sponsive to her furious ringing WIII InfrrTallsad over comeeyet and returned to tell below 1 stairs that Mists is done gone plumb 5 mad oversomepn Raymond last As he entered his mothersd Iroom sucha storm burst 4 he had not dreamed could emanate S f from the heart of a woman She had k been humiliated outwitted and belit S by an adventuress she declared fedbad been threatened and would be ed into4 5 compromise with a crea tureofthe gutters and If they carried onf their contract what a triumph for S C Jtrtodnar and the jealous envious pea- S y xpTewho had resented their entrance ref4 feent she hated even her son she t disregardother5 she declared balking her efforts to advance his fortunes winning disgrace S i where she had the to leShfcr but marriage with a low woman s M the loss of all for which she had 5 tjrjven wU 1 t Take her cried the despairing 5 f fbwoman and out ofmy sight forever 3CwretchedSrw 1t L She cave way at 1engO3erj srOatrain Raymond i t in his life beheld his sjaojher I Cl toJbaadoa herself to tears He stood yr JDOOdil looking from the window un w i e turnedavI f room I r s4cr face was pale bather old expies- i= t on of Tesolye had returned and a 1 rsangerois light shone lallrrtJelot i i P D Spekeof t t tou think Loolse Will insist upon ar tbeiI l V She will dictate tile terms totouf mti will db to save herself Raymond t j tu quickly and looked at his moth hSt us both to tj InegBTernmeBt if you do not marry lfi Ser and give her back the child I I JI shofflff if I were in her place ind sheI t jJtatepublic announcement of her t J o a common law marriage wltbr 1 you He waited in eileace a minute as uj thouhto weigh her words it h YViittktr or sot Louise ubstsn4 7 J fJf 1 f ti 1 1uIIjs J f 1 fiAt I L S I t f fa ftt i 4 19 to b 0 tlates her claim proof of your immoral life would kill the will of my husband compelFrancesproperty It will not compel a young girl to condone immoral conduct for which it would grant a married woman divorce Then we are ruined said Raymond I shall look out for myself Promise her anything tonight The selfishness of the decision would hare been appalling to anyone but his mother She looked at him a moment a sarcastic smile hovering about her lips And I shall look out for myself She began this selfpreservation in stantly and with a falsehood so in genious that its use at that moment would alone have proven her ability as a diplomat But hard as it is upon me great os In my disappointment for you the blow is heavier I should not except und r these circumstances tell you as I do tell you now that Frances and I Inn reached an agreement she has consented to carry out her fathers wishes she stipulated only that you were not to be informed of this agreement until she chose tote II jou she will not place herself in a position to be harassed or worried bra lover now her whole thought is on the wounded soldiers She saw the Midden rush of blood to her sons face and then the pallor return A groan burst from him and he turned away and therein wafc apparent the vast dif ference in the natures of mother and son helplessness weakness and sur render was possible with the man but with the woman though storms of ad versity might overwhelm her and clouds darken her path nothing could long daunt her fierce relentless sirit For her there was no Mich thing as complete despair Her time had come in this battle which she was fighting against odds she approached her despairing ally and laid her hand upon hi s shoulder Raymond the said what ould you sacrifice to clear the way for ageri with Frances He saw thc calm confident look in her face and a breath of hope stirred bis fainting manhoo- dAnJthingeerrthlng be said at ngth MIC you will yield Implicit obedience to meif you will be nidedl shall cl youVesHuman life or lives must not be regarded We hove no friends we are surrounded by enemies we must t aside conscience and sentiment to win we must hesitate nowhere Do you understand And do you ron sent 1 I shall leave itall to you mother What is first to be done Meet Louise here at six oclock and take your cue from me She m suspicionFrom rr- aymorntll Holbin was ripe for an ring his mother might suggest It as her mind that conceived the plan to convince Louise that she would be permitted to ride through the confederate picket line that under an arrangement secured by Raymond through friend in the war depart uponberthat would have deceived no other than a woman That six oclock tea was the triumph of a brilliant diplomatists career Louise was forgiven caressed received back as a member of the family her claims and wrongs a nowleilged and full reparation upon Jfo one could have excelled Mrs Brookin in the tender srSHE PACED THE APARTMENT WITH THE FURY OF A TIGRESS ness with which she treated the nePWp happy woman She blamed Raymond thpenyfr fiomI knew nothing of the unfair aavantage he took of you nor of tihew child she said to Louise My husband niece It was inured a crime nd yet I see now that I largely ha- een yetto Kame 1 threatened him my Iydearpathy can compensate in part f tUwhat you have suffered they sin- eb yours But although the circum stances seem to demand that marriage should at once be solemnized performedin s thhouldFortunately he has given no one here ason to suppose he Is single a adwit will be very easy at the right titnetto have you and the little girl arrive jreceptionas to your future position Aa Louise sat looking into the henriroWnt face of the older woman wi th erfiowedIISer the city but just now be oiid the lines You will be directed hov to reach her when you get through or better Raymond will oin jouf and together you will find hertm thostCHAPTER XIIIIRaymond Holbin had found it diffl WItJaFrances icrloneought interviews repeatedly and altered the many little courtesies which the male resident of a house ay extend to those of the other ex but they had been declined with fueltotae j im The girl seldom dined with tbe fatberslong tookherAeasonments and the constant attendance of mammy Occasionally yielding to the insistence of her stepmother she joined thefamiyupstairs but OB lit T r t well occasion alTtull avoided teteatete will yinond with drawing always wit elder worn an On such occnsicT Ie Inevitable topic bad been tin its vicissi tudes and the rear itieit it in volved In these m i and the presence of great c she iiftri while learned if not 10 like her step mother at least to suspend judgment UpOIl her indeed sometimes she had been tempted to doubt the correct ness of her former judgment for when the city began to be crowded with wounded Mrs Rrookin threw open her house to them and gay much of her time to their euro ili gentleness with which the elder voti an entered into this work her gen erosity and her universal courtesy were bound to impress such a girl as Frances Once us though yielding to a noble impulse she placed h nrm finI3gratified me of late If I had known you years ago we should never lua butheand do not cherish anger towards an old woman Frances tried to niItrookinloplicret i benipossibkher advances the best she could do thThehouse gave Raymond for a short time an opportunity to see something 01 honursebehimt titighterwould follow then he came less often Twice before she had been unable to resist the temptation to touch the raw place once she had asked him directi cuhowwiacofameSoquestion shwomancivilians overmuch when Virginia toil is invaded At to avoid him tashethpitalhome to her stepmother and the trained hagoldenriceseldom Thofish lib1rretwcntystrength could sustain him awake bad but little time to spare for Frances but one day in the hospital he got a brief the i ItenceIf I had not discovered that I ah better at sawing off legs than fighting women child 1 should licsaymuch danger as now but I have re tired as an adviser of young women ouinhome h wire sends an invitation not pilessXo she said it would seem Hkf thrunningnoveryAll right Come when you please and Frances call me a fool as often as you wish but be careful what you eat in your stepmothers house and take winoisfied them about the night when a friend of ours got his wound They have never been satisfied I think tell me I am full of dowhimsotnightheard1 Sot a word Goodby Dr Brod ilnan in the brief me with Frances thwotildlikely that his friends choice of sidesI had been an immense disappointment Frances was bound to receive Bee dinarssidered the new and continued kindness of her stepmother Often the Iiitwter said When it is all over my child this cruel war these scenes of suffering we will take our trunks and go abroad hesomewhereidea seemed to be a favorite one with her she toldall of her acquaintances that she andpoor dear Frances were going abroad as soon as hostili ties closed that the child was simply worked down And in the fare of this tender solicitude antI the old de elotIonple shook their heads and acknowl dged that one should not always be ere the unkind things whispered of a neighbor From the isolation of a sus thecteda thchievedthe confidence of even the highest of cials in whose home circlets she was as welcome as they were in hers How pielcomerom certain government records if the records were accessible and passi Ie of translation now To Be Continued GOT THE WRONG RECIPE expected Remit of a Colored Coolim Effort at Cake Slaking It has been said that the black sri rv ants of the south have no objections to cooking in their own remarkable ough usually highly palatable way says tbe Troy Times A northern lady pahoo recipes some of the remembered ew England dishes She got one final a mulatto man who could read he gave him a recipe for making cake written plainly on a scrap of paper hen the cake came on the table Itwwas not a white cake which the recipe was calculated to compound but h had a remarkable gold color The lady called the cook Did you make the cake according to that recipe she asked him Oh yes mum Did you put in all tbe eggs Oh yes mum Put In everything Oh yes mum vinegar too I put in flour and sugaCgcause I knew them was required thingsper he enumerated thoughtfully Vinegar cried the lady mustard et me the recipe On the back ofm the paper was written a recipe for salad dressing Wellsaid her husband looking nt the golden paste on his plate it tastes good Its the best cake Ive eaten in this house And the housewife looks only a little dis couraged A year ago site might bave cried The Limit You hove no more sense than tht aJlowshesneeredThen bitter after thought and a prohibition law at thatWhereupon the party to whom the remarks were addressed began fracturing a few statutes Baltimore AmericanAuctioneer Are ObliglugluAuctioneers ere an 1f3o dlnuChicago t 1 OBSERVING THE WIND i Va itoluething Undertaken Is Shown Dr Taluifcuf Draw a too front n raiVnobNcrtedUeware Orrprndcitcechu Copyright by Louis Klopsch N Y t From a passage of Scripture tinob Tnlmagee1tawe opileavecrs text cclcsiastcs 114 He that observeth the wind shall not sow What do you find in this packed CISei bydainiiiiUg the weather It is seed time his fields have been plowed Caiu l harrowed The wheat is in the rn in acks ready to be taken eld und scattered Now is the time to sow But the wind is not favor table It may blow up a storm befofe ght and he may get wet if he starts ou t for the sowing or it may be a ng storm that will wash out the pbeeny continue to blow dry weather The parched fields may not take in e grain and the birds may pick it up and the labor as well as the seed may be wasted So he gives up the work for that day and goes into th use and waits to see what it wi on the morrow On the morrow e wind is still in the wrong direc n and for a whole week and for a month Did you ever see such a long spell of had weather The lethargic and overcautious anti dilatory ngri lturist allows the season to pass thout sowing and no sowing of urse no harvest That is what lOmOn means when he says in hi iHe that observeth the wind all not sow ic gatimesncy a disposition to let little ings stop us a ruinous adjourn goodInlted In our endeavors Perhaps we solicitors for some great charity ere is a good man who has large gheIIberaUy oluformurches to communities desolated with flood or devastated with fires But that good man like many a good- man is mercurial in his temperament o is depressed by atmospheric change He is always victimized b1mthe east wind For this or that reason you postpone the charitable so itation Meanwhile the suffering at you wish to alleviate docs its awful work and the opportunity fort lId is past If the wind had been from the west or northwest you would have entered the philanthro sts countingroom and sought theI girt but the wind was blowing from e east or northeast and you dir I t mnke the attempt nnd you ou ghly illustrated my text He that observeth the wind shall not sow There comes n dark Sabbath morning The pastor looks out of the ndow anti sees the clouds gather and then discharge their burdens of rain Instead of a full church it vl Illanbe a handful ef people with wet fee itasmil the dripping umbrella at the pewThebest sermons it has cost him great research and he has been much In plitSthequitedepreslwding that he has done his lilly He d not realize that in that small an dience there were nt least two persons ho ought to have had better treat ment One of those hearers was a man in a crisis of struggle with evil appetite A carefully prepared dill Bourse under the Divine blessing ould have been to him complete viChilory The fires of sin would have been extinguished awl his keen nnd brilliant mind would have been con andhewouldhaveoquence given up sin and started thelIeaensgratulation and hosanna and after passedthcree ransomed of what was aecon aitplished one stormy Sunday in a church on earth under a mighty Gos peopIet properly met The man in stiruggle with evil habit heard that stormy di lyupno word that moved him lid vent unhelped ic to his overthrow Had it been a sun ti shiny Sabbath he would have heard something worth hearing But the wind blew from a stormy direction husbandmani its suggestion and may discover come da thrherestormy Sunday audience that deserved something better from tbt nothlngncssf tlinbegun to question herself as to whether It would not be better to in T troduce into her home a religion that ould decide aright the destiny of her sons and daughters Her home adso far been controlled only by worldly principles She had dared the riots of the elements that morning and had found her way to chute hoping to hear sOmething that would up qucntionood strong sermon under the Dt vine blessing would have led her into nlterwar4herwhether they became farmers or me chanics or merchants or artists or en of learned profession or women nt the head of households would Y have done their work in a Christian way and after lives of usefulness on earth would have taken thrones in Heaven It would have been a whole family saved for time and saved for eternity But the pastor had adjourned the strong antI effective ft discourse to a clear Sunday The mother went home chilled in body mind and soul and concluded not to trouble herself or her household about the future and to let tomor row take care of itself and keep on by doing al they had been doing Xo God in Hteat home No religious con yiformationin the lives of those grow g up boys and girls They will go ut into the world to meet Its vie is situdes without any sublime rcen b forcement pf the Gospel What a phI t I I 1 it was that he did not put down the manuscript of his wen prepared sermon on the Bible if hi preached from tca or pour it out of his soul if he d lodged it there through careful preparation No lie allowed that opportunity which could never re turn to pass into eternity iiiiiiu proved He observed by the way the n dashed against the windows of parsonage and the windows of the rch that the wind was from tile 3eas t or the northeast and he did not sow or sowed that which was not worth sowing In all departments of life there a those hindered by the wind of public nion It has become an aphorism politics and in all great movements He is waiting to see which way tl wind blows And it is no easy thu to defy public opinion to be run don newspapers to be overhauled in so i circles to be anathematized by those who heretofore were your friends and admirers It requires a heroism which few possess Yet no great reformatory or elevating nor e inent has ever been accomplished u iii some one was willing to defy what the world should think or say or But there have been mIll and din of that kind They stand all up and down the corridors of history exam s for us to follow Charles Sum r in the United States senate Al exander II Stephens in Georgia co- In n volition Savonarola staking his life time of persecution Martin Luther fighting the battle for religious free dom against the mightiest anathemas CareyIsave a heathen world while churches denounced him as a fanatic and with attempting an impossibility Tenner the hero of medicine caricatured for his attempt by vaccination to beat back the worst disease that smote tIliewo nations They who watch the wind of public opinion will not sow It is an uncertain indication and is apt to blow the wrong way Some of us re uemler as huz zaing when Kossuth the greatlIun aidrianst Americans were in favor of tak ing some decided steps for Hungary The only result of such interference would have been the sacrifice of all good precedent and war with Euro pean nations Then Daniel Webster in his immortal Ilulsemann letter t braved a whirlwind of popular opinion and saved this nation from useless for eign entanglement Webster did not serve the wind when he wrote that letter So in state and church there have always been men at the right time ready to face a nation full yea a world tullof opposition How many there are who give too uch time to watching the weather vane and studying the barometer I goingThere always will be hindrances It isisa moral disaster if you allow prudence gracesThcfaith and perseverance than it does of caution It is not once a year that the great ocean steamers fail to sail at the appointed time because of liebi storm signals Let the weather bureau prophesy what hurricane or cyclone it may next Wednesday next Thursday next Saturday the steamers will putout from New York and Philadelphia and Boston harbors and will reach Liverpool and Southampton and Glasgow d firemen their arrivals as certain their embarkation They cannot of youillThe grandest and best thingjerer accomplished have been in the teeth of hostility Consider the grandest enterprise of the eternitiesthe salIvation of a world Did the Roman cinripire send up invitation to the Heavens invithig the Lord to descendamid 10an ciferations of welcome to come a adan take possession of the most capacious and ornate of the palaces and sail Galilee with richest imperial flotilla a aduwalk over flowers of Solomons gardens which were still in the outskirts of Jerusalem No It struck Him with insult as soon ns it could reach nimBethlehem See th ideders of the Nile Watch His arraign ment as a criminal in the courts SeeJ how they belie his every action misinterpret His best words howl at IL imw with worst mobs wear Him out with sleepless nights on cold mountains See Him hoisted into martrydom at which the noonday cowled itself with midnight shadows and the rocks shook into cataclysm and the dead started out of their sepulcher feeling was no tune to sleep when such horrors were being enacted The winds of stormiest opposition blew on Ills cradle blew on His moun tain pulpit blew upon The homesteads that dared to give Him shelter hI enin on His grave but He went right on and sowed the earth with sympathet tears and redeeming blood and con solation and helpfulness and rcdemp on and victory It was an awful time to sow But behold the harvest of churches asylums worldwide chari tie plsJust call over the names of the men and women who have done most rorB our poor old world and you will call e names of those who had incubsha ter them They were shunned byof the elite they were cartooned by the satirists they lived on food which you and I would not throw to a kennelI So cimeem were burned at the stake some them were buried at public expense be shcausehey were hounded through the world hi and hounded out of it Now WI cross the ocean to see the room in which they were born or died and look up at the monuments which the church of the world has reared to their match less fidelity and courage After 100 or 200 or 300 years the world has made its mind that instead of being flag ellated they ought to have been gar landed instead of cave of the moun tain for residence they ought to have had bestowed upon them an Alham bra Young man you have planned what you are going to be and do in the world but you are waiting for circum stances to become more favorable Wouobserving the wind Better start now Obstacles will help you If you conquer them Cut your way through u Ietcr Cooper the millionaire philari thropist who will bless all succeeding centuries with the institution he th hundedyear and his board Henry Wilson is the Christian statesman who coin manded the United States senate n with the gavel of the vice presidency wrote of his early days Want sat my cradle I know what it is to ask a mother for bread when the has none to give I left my home at ten tiarsof 11 years receiving a no months schooling each year and at o the end of 11 years of hard work a a yoke of oxen and six sheep which in hroughtalter was 21 years of age I went in 4fIiIKtJ EFs to the woods drove a team and cat mill logs I arose in the morning be fore daylight ned worked hard tiJI after dark and received the magnificent sum of six dollars for the months work Each of those dollars looked as large to me as the moon Henrylsoninal name lIe changed his name because he did not want on him the blight of a drunken father As the- evic president stood in my pulpit in Brooklyn ranking the last address lIe ever made and commended the reo relig mon of Christ to the young men of that city I thought to myself Yon yourself are the sublimest spectacle I ever saw of victory over obstacles teeFo r 30 years the wind blew the wrong yet he did not observe the wind igbu t kept right on sowing Many of us who are now preachers of the Gospel or medical practitioners or members of the bar or merchajit or citizens in various kinds of bust ness had very poor opportunity at the start because we lead it too easy itfar too easy We never appreci a ted what it is to get an education because our fathers or older brothers paid the schooling and we did not get the muscle which nothing but hard work can develop Icongratulate you young man if to you life is a struggle It is out of such circum stances God makes heroes if they are willing to be made Cut your way through If it were proper to do so and you should stand in any board of bank directors in any board of trade in any legislature state or na up tio broughtin mightbeawful hard time at the start to lift their hands and most of the hands uld be lifted The heroes of church and state were not brought up on confectionery and cake uphishemisphere somewhere to balance the old hemisphere or it would be a loped world And I leave found out not by calculation but by observation that there is a great success for you somewhere to balance your great struggle Do not think that your ease is peculiar The most favored have teen pelted The mobs smashed the windows of tire duke of Wellington while his wife lay dead in the house But my subject takes another step Through medical science and dentistry that has improved the worlds mastication and stronger defense against climatic changes and better under standing of the laws of health human life has been greatly prolonged But a centenarian is still a wonder How many people do you know a hundred Wetalka very long reach of time But what one century on earth compared with centuries that we are to live somewhere somehow ten centuries a million centuries a quintillion of centuries We are all determined to get ready for the longer life we are to live after our exit from things sub nary We are waiting for more propitious opportunity We have too much business to attend to now or too much pleasure to allow anything to interfere with its brilliant progress We are waiting until the wind blows in the right direction We are going to sow and sow the very best grain and we are going to raise an eternal harvest of happiness We like what you say about Heaven and we are go- Ing there and at the right time we will get ready But my lungs arc sound my digestion is good the examining physician of the life insurance company says my heart beats just the ght number of times a minute and I am cautious about sitting in a draft d I observe all the laws of hygiene d my father and mother lived to be very old and I come of a longlived family So we adjourn and postpone ntil like the farmer suggested by iny text we allow the seedtime to pass and sudden pneumonia or a reckless bicycle or an ungoverned automobile puts us out of life with all its mag fleent opportunities of deciding aright the question of everlasting res ence A Spanish proverb says The road of By and By leads to the town of Never Whether in your life it is a south Ind or an east wind that is now bl T sayinghisLord God through Thy Son Jesus Christ my Saviour I am Thine forever I throw myself reckless of everything else into the fathomless ocean of Thy mercy But says someone in a frivolous and rollicking way I am not like the farmer you find in your text I do not watch the wind What do I care about the weather vane I am sow g now What are you sowing my brother Are you sowing evil habits Are you sowing infidel and atheistic beliefs Are you sowing hatreds revenges discontents unclean thoughts or unclean actions If so you will raise a big cropa very big crop The farmer sometimes ants things that do not come up and he has to plant them over again ut those evil things that you have planted will take root and come up in rvest of disappointment in harvest pain in harvest of despair in har vest of fire Go right through some of the the unhappy homes of Wash ington anti New York and nil the ties anti through the hospitals and penitentiaries anti you will find stacked up piled together the eaves of such an awful harvest osea one of the first of all the writ- Ing prophets although four of the other prophets are put before him in the canon of Scripture wrote an astounding metaphor that may be quoted as descriptive of those who do evil They have sown the wind and they shall reap the whilwind Someone has said Children may be strangled but deeds never There arc other persons who truth fully say I am doing the best I can The clouds are thick and the wind blows the wrong way but I am sowing prayers anti sowing kindwnesses and sowing helpfulness and sowing hopes of a better world e Good for you my brother my sister hat you plant will conic up What you sow will rise into a harvest the wealth of which u will not know irntilrustling of your harvest in the 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is this a training schoo- lPrbmcipalIt is eativesColumbus Dont s you work like a slave slave3 not wort very hard Atdriron 4 He Stopped HIs Paper ashedaily paper I see in your sheet of today sir an article to which I take exceptions and I want my sir And when James F Anderson says atop sir means stop sir lhilwearily murmured the circula stoptlihas quit usDcnver Times The Saucers the ThIng Mustache cups said the clerk in th chinaware department Yes sir linesa pretty design Cup and saucer one for tynine said Mr Porquepcque that aint the saucer that goes yesNot it aint There aint no muftache guard on it Philadelphia Press Paradoxical This is the way he wrote to her youinover KirarJohnon a sick bed where I am slowly adyin youfoolWe cannot do this work said the first councilman and keepwithin the limit of the we can persisted the father of the bill IIowcaa we By increasing the limit Philadel pma I 4 +1 lti r f2J I 1 t 1 MiMK44 G C c f tw I itiI HiaI j BLOODY TRAGEDY n S Church Killed Emily Slanrt and Several Hours Later Corn Milted Saleldet II Louisville June 24Tue death of II R Cliurcli at 430 Sunday morning WOK the second act of a bloody trag edy that began in Iouisville three days HRO with the murder of Emily hut which did not come to 1light until late Saturday when the po lice found the horribly mutilated hotly of the woman hidden in a closet und in the same house the man dying from wounds selfinflicted with pistol and razor Several pistol shots near Market streets caused Kiunegan Webb and JloliteJneu enter the small frame build Wet Market street occu R Church as a grocery store and residence the living rooms i bring just back of the grocery The police saw through a window clouds torsmoke from a pistol They forced t an entrance end found Church prop bigIr revolver and from a lfeaUacross itis left wrist with a ra the floor was an empty bot tie labeled laudanum Church gave jutterance only to his death groans val gotten to a hospital but died 4early Sunday morning without makeing a statement Neighbors say they last aw Mrs S Stuart Thursday evening It devel oped Sunday that Mrs Stuart had r saved some money by working as a I housekeeper for two men and had re cently bought a half interest in iChurchs store Mrs Stuart was thez kIvii1ow of Ilobert Stuart and has some in Louisville She came to thin city from Frankfort Ky and 1t1 was 50 years of age Church con day1ritlavclosed most of Saturday lie was 55 tyrnnold anti came to Louisville from Frankfort four months ago In that 1cityhe has two sisters The Ii tended to charge him with the murI I der of Mrs Stuart I GAVE HIM A MORTAL WOUND I Slie Struck Her Xephew nm the Head With a Mick of Sloe Wood Captured With IHIOenltr Itayking Ky June 22M the head- of Long Fork creek north of here in 4 like county Mrs Lizzie Johnson a 16yearII cIingriinIrs Johnson fled into the adjoin 1 lag hills but latf r officers went for her and arrested her after she had made a fierce resistance She carried d 3ScaIiber Colts revolver when ar- I trustytoldhind me She was taken to jail The boy can not live ENDED HER LIFE iia Alice Dnvatt Gibbs a Denntlfnl w De rcumpTTTVed Girl of Frank 4 fort Committed Suicide 1 Lexington Ky June 22Miss Alice DUett Gibbs aged IB a beautiful and rEfr accomplished girl who was found naiL detained by Lexington detectives Fri Zfi day and taken back to her home in Frankfort by her father J Co Gibbs tookrough on rats and died at mid Jt night 4 She stopped at Lexington with a tjt drummer Thursday night and spent the night with him in a hotel She fJmid be promised to marry her Her 41 father is proprietor of a saloon in i tFrinkfortThink III Su Was Murdered 4 J Owensboro Ky June 21W n lires near Cloverport in 0 p tJhee1dnridge county came here lTJiuTsday to find a clew to his son J W Brown who he thinks has been v murdered here h Given a Sew Trial tc Frankfort Ky June 21 Eugene Montgomery of Danville sentenced to be hanged for murdering his il t legitimate infant daughter to aecurc 1 life insurance was given a new trial by the court of appeals Thursday tt Dragged fa Death Greensburg Ky June 24 Ilobert returningItri entangled in the harness of his mule 4 and was dragged 300 yards When f picked up be was dead Ii t Vrn CIhotm CaHty- Greensborgt1 Kjv June 24Tom f talhoun was found guilty of the mur der of Tilden Marr and sentencedp r toO years in the penitentiary This i1 the second trial the first verdict cF being1 for J5 years p Eaeaped am m Teefcmleallty 4 If j i Louisville KyM June 24John Gaz id zelle night engineer of the city hall 41whowas convicted on the charge of A abetting a crap game and sentenced t L to one year in the penitentiary es- i caped on a technically The indict 4 ment did not name the principal 0t t aided 1 t Reubia Qutu rust Haag 4 Frankfort Ky June 24 Reuben Quinn the rgro must hang for kill rIngMarshal Cram in Danville on April 21 jo The lower court was upheld by 40the court of appeals Wen I a a Ram Newport Ky Tune 21Erema ran the fastest 5 furlongs of the meeting ntWewport covering the distance in a i1 100 She won in a romp and had the been ridden out there is no doubt i but that she would have established a new track record for the distance p A d CollisionI ilOwrnsboroKy June 21At Nearer j afternoon there was tacollision of the east and westboundF o I C freight trains Nearly all the tol1 i J Poaakt DesixtnUely Owe sboro Ky June 21At Baiz f1o town Ohio county Thursday after noon a desperate fight occurred be tween Buck Allen and John Allan in r which the former was fataly wounded Theywere not related and the fight Duck1lI r er has not been captured r i EXGOT Bradley Farewell Lancaster Ky June 21 Former 1 Coy W O Brdley left Thursday lor ll Louisville to locale and practice A i farewell banquet wgs tendered bio h 1 iI 1 t vff r pJ1 it Ii i r p lI Y rt I 1 i a DELIVER ADRESSES ITO Prominent Ieron Are In Tiled to Attend Good Road Con vention ut lonlnvlllc Louisville Ky June 21The invi tatiou coinmittrc of the State Good Itoadn association Thursday sent inaitations to the following to IK le5ltnt at the fonvcntion here oio27 and 2S anti to deliver aililresseso Ikn Nelson A Miles president ot highway commission lion A It Shattuck president of the Automobile Club of America lionsJohn Ulysbeir Walker Postmaster General ICmory Smith Assistant Postmaster General Johnson Secretary oftAgriculture Jumes Wilson lion A IVaCampbell deputy minister of public works Toronto Can Andrew Pat tulo M P Woodstock OutiTERRIFIC THUNDERSTORM Mneh Dniimge lJune In lonliivllle half n Hoxen llnlldlncii Uelne- Mrnck llleh Vlud Louisville Ky June 21A terrific thunderstorm swept the city TIaurilays night accompanied by very winds Trees were blown down and several buildings damaged Lightning struck a half dozen times and set fire to Fitzgeralds grocery at Kiev tith nod Kowan streets The flames wrr iiickly discovered and put out without serious loss The fire alarm system was badly crippled and the telephone exchange reports serious loss The wires of the street railway were blown down in several places stopping traffic on a number of lines FRIGHTFULLY MANGLED An Atrium 1atlent Walking Be tween Attendants Threw Herself Lnder n Moving Street Car Lexington Ky June 2Jliss Flor ence Minor of a prominent Kentucky family threw herself under a moving street car here Sunday afternoon and was frightfully mangled She is an asylum patient and was walking out between two female attendants Her injuries were so serious that a leg had to be amputated and her comB tion is critical About a month ago a sister Mrs Thompson killed her self and little son with a razor in Georgetown Ky- STRUCK BY LIGHTNING Two of Sh Men on a Hand Car on the Iirilnctnn Jt Eastern Head Instantly Killed Texington Ky June 22t handcar on which six section hands were returning to FiUonon the Lexington Kastvfrn Toad at oclock p m Fridaj were struck by lightning Foreman J Townscnd white and Ed Miller colored a section hand both married were instantly killed The other four men escaped without a scratch and 1he car was not mate rially damaged The bodies were cartried to Filson on the hand car Christian Kudenvorn Meetlntr O enlboro Ky June 21 President VS Danley of the Kentucky Chris tlau Kndjavor society announces that delegates who hae decided to attend the state convention of the organi zation in Ciovington July 5 will be obliged to buy tickets to Cincinnati They will get off the train at Coving ton however and will be taken care of at the First Christian church In that city l Packet Sunk Catletlsburg Ky June 24The Sandy river is running out one solid mnss pf drift wrecks of houses and coal tipples since noon Sunday the re suit of a cloudburst on Tug river in which the Tug J ver packet Jennie George fs reported to have been sunk and tofaitiwr eked The Ohio has risen tent t sinceSaturday midnight and isstill rising Will Not CohtlDD- ef rankfort Ky June 21Justice Burnam of the cqurt of appeals has decided not to reinstate the injunction asked for by the nonunion mine owners of Hopkins county to re strain the Pittsburgh Coal Cos offi daIs from collecting money from the nonunion men to defray the expenses of a strike f CPtB T tndenrood Dead Hopfcinsville Ky June 22Capt Benjamin T Underwood aged 77 tiled liming been an invalid for years from rheumatIsm He organized Com pany A 29th Kentucky infantry during the civil war Fought With Knives Frankfort Kjv June 24 Milton Camper and John Leek two Negro convict in the state prison fought vithknlres Camper cut twice into LeeliA right lung and he may die To Break Patterson Will Louisville Ky June 2tAn effort 15 being made to break the will ot the late Alderman William Patterson who left a 100000 estate Mr Patter sons widow and the Catholic church are the chief berteficiaries Two half brothers a niece and three nephews ore fcpn testing Sentenced Kr Assault Glasgow KJV June 24 Franklin Jackson colored was sentenced to four years in the penitentiary for an alleged attempted assault on Mum Katfe Marian ild Took Purl Green Taylorsville Ky June 22 James Bodine u young farmer living on the Chaplin pike made a desperate at tempt to end his life by taking two tablespoonfuls of paris green He la out of danger The cause is not known Lottery Plaee Italded LouiBville Ky June 22A raid was made Friday by 60 policemen on the piaffe where lottery were alleged to be in operation and 39 arrests were made Of those arrested eight were white men Capital Stock Reduced Louisville Kj June 21The West ern bank Thursday filed a statement sighed by twothirds of its stock holders whereby its capital stock li reduced from 250000 to 150000 The reduction is due to recent losses ot 100000 from uncollectable loans Joe MeCUinmbnn Arrested Williamstown Ky June 21JoMcClauahanaged 17 accused of manslaughter was captured at Richmond Kyt and brought here for trial Mc Clanahan killed James Hatcher at Corinth early in May I t m1uIL- S LIVES LOST IN A FLU Oft Horrible Disaster in the Great Ka nawha Valleyt Hie rn of Keyntoiie rnpulnllon- nf Alonl AlnuiM Wnnhe- diinft Jlnoh DnninBe nt Other 1oliitii llliicflcld Wn lime 1ihiis en tire section has just boon visited l y flood the extent of whiih in alt probability will equal or tveiil that f Johnstown in 1SS9 so far ns the loss f property is concerned Karly Sat urday mourning shortly after mid night u heavy downpour of rain be au accompanied by a severe electric which violently Incroiicd In volume and continuing for several hours This continued throughout li entire day and night and at 10 m while the storm has abated the lowering clouds would indicate another terrific downpour at any moment Many miles of the Norfolk and Western truck bridges and tel egraph lines are entirely destroyed and communication is entirely nIT west of Klkhorn so that it is im possible to learn the full extent of the loss of life and property hut o flicials of the coul corporations ateul in the slriekcn district lIne tnt out messengers to IClUliom the terminus of both tvlegniphic and railroad communications anti have received a report that a conservative estimate liS to tile loss of life will easily reach 201 Sumac of tin drown ed are among the most prominent citizens of the coal fields The Porahontas coul field is located in a basin with high mountains nn either side Klkhorn creek hawing through the center of the basin which ranges front onfourth to one mile in width From Enuis W Va to Vivian Yard Vn a distance of ten miles miners cabins coal company commissaries and coke plants lint this basin Elkhorn creek bring fed by numerous small ttreams coming from the mountain side rises very rapidly anti this water spout came so suddenly that the entire basin between the two mountain ranges was flooded and before the terrorstrick en people realized what was upon them they were carried down by the flood which swept everything in itt path The little town of Keystone with a population of about 2000 seems the greatest snllercr practically the entire town being washed away The town is the principal one in the Poca hontns coal fields and is located near its center It was to a great extent the headquarters from which the mining population purchased supplies and was also the only place in the field where whisky could be purchased At this place there were some 12 1o 15 saloons all of which was washed away On the Clinch valley branch of the Norfolk and Western railway be tween this city anti Xorton Va com munication is entirely severed west of Tazewell Va IScports eone from that point of great loss of life and property throughout that entire sec tion In Shakerag n Xegro settle eat on the outskirts of Tazewell he water stands to the depth of six or eight feet in the street and houses all of the occupants having been removed to points of safety by means of a boat The report comes that the mining population ure now occupying the banks of the streams below catching the merchandise and barrels of whisky and beer as they float down A great number of the coal and coke plants at the mouth of Pocahontaa region are reported practically de stroyed and are in some instances entirely washed away Owing to the very high water which has flooded the region and prevented communication anything like a correct esti mate of the loss of property is impossible but from the best informa tion obtainable so far Sunday the loss to property will easily reach 2000000 Lnndgrnf the beautiful home of len Manager Ord is reported gone but his family is said to be safe Pas3enger Train No4 of the Nor folk and Western railway reached Vivian about 830 a m met the flood and was unable to proceed fur ther The waters reached such a depth that the coaches hall to be abandoned the passengers being res cued by means of ropes strung from the windows of coaches to the tops of remaining coke ovens some din tance away Between Elkhorn ami Vivian Yard a distance of ten miles 100 cars arc said to be washed from the tracks and many of them were carried down the streams A rough estimate places the number of bridges washed away between BIu field and Vivian Yard a distance of 28 miles at from 15 to 20 and from present indications it will be impossible to get trains through to Vivian and points west of there undrr a week or ten days This will ren der It impossible to get relief into the stricken district Murdered Four of Ills Countrymen Vancouver B C June 24A report has reached here from the country town of Cadun B C of a horrible tragedy A Chinaman whose name is not known murdered four of his countrymen The murderer has not been caught STnrrowly Escaped Lynchlnir Philadelphia June 24Hugh ODon nell a white man aged 38 years was stabbed to death by Thomas Brock son a Negro aged 29 years One thousand persons tried to lynch the Negro but policemen saved him Woman Jumped Overboard Milwaukee Wis June 21 Accord ing to Itichard Silver u passenger on the Goodrich line steamer Virginia a woman supposed to be Mrs Rosa Richter of Chicago committed suicide Sunday by jumping overboard when the steamer was about a mile from Milwaukee Arrested For Murder Mcna Ark June 24Mrs Sanders Mrs Springer ned Miss Margaret Davis are under arrest in connection with the murder of Louis hayes a Mexican restaurant keeper CarrleuSecret With Them Peking Tune 24 Members of t e staff of Li Hung Chang and Pri cc Ching say that great unxiety is felt regarding the whereabouts and safety of a large quantity of gold that was buried in the Forbidden City Certain eunuchs who knew the secret of the location of this treasure have dim appeared It Rained Frogs t Rochester N Y June 24Frogt rained down for two hours in Albion The entire village was coveretj wjtl dead and dying frogs r J FLOOD AND STORM It IrnMt Pour Iernoni Loot Their IlveN In Allegheny foniil Ieiin- d Ivnnln Illicit llninns Pittsburgh Pa Mine 2iTlme- tornt nail Hood which broke over Allegheny founty nil tat uirdmiy aft ernoon iHMiles causing much thi lunge in every pirt ot tin county is known to have caused at least four deaths besides bringing injury U two From nil over the county Sunday niht cum fuller reports of damage done h wind and water hilt no ae- ldilionlli fatalities art reported The Turtle crick district was again visited by a heavy rain Morm Sunday nnd the conditions of Saturday were duplicated with tvrn more destruc lion lamnfc to till town nail val ley amounted to thousands nCclol lars At Kitst Pittsburgh thr West ilighoitsi pIa lit which extends for nearly n mile parallel with the hill Wilt snlimerpMJ iifaiii Sunday with six feet of water on tIme lower floor wliirli left three itt of mud when it receded More tluui 400 street earn motors are apparently destroyed anti the loss to time UVstinghoiist com pany it is believed will reach Z00h IOUuLincoln III June tThis city was visited by a tornado which did 100 0110 damaie Tin storms path was a mile anil a half wide and 12 mileH long The Lincoln mattress factory was almost destroyed mill great ilnr nut was done to the Illinois Asylum fur Feeble Minded Children the Illinois Odd Fellows home Lincoln college the flour mills mill the county poor farm Several stores were un roofed n number of houses were wrecked and thousands of trees were torn up An elivntor at Middletown was destroyed and several storesi damaged At Klkliart freight card were blown from the tracks anti great damage was done to wheat corn and oatsnGEN CAILLES SURRENDERS He With tMt nt Ills Men Tool Onths- of Alleulniice to the United Stoles Prisoners Jlelenneil Santa Cruz Province of Laguna Lu zon Island Iune tGen Cailles surrendered here Monday with 650 men anti 510 rifles Oaths of allegiance to the United States were administered to the former insurgents Col Hall lies who fled to the moun mills with a portion of his command likewise suurremutleretitCailles the populace to bring in all the insurgents in his district The proceede ings of surrender were ortlerl Manila lime 21ln consequence of surrender of Ken allies nil the in surgent prisoners on Luzon Island will be released Information from native sourcei confirms previous reports that Gen Malvar will soon surrender WILL SURRENDER Col Arolllo With Considerable Por flout of Ren Mnlvnrlo Will Sub inlt to American Authority Manila June tThc insurgent rolonel Arollio together with neon siderable portion of the forces of Gen Malvaris expected to surrender to the American authorities at San Jose in 1ntangas province next Wednesday With the change from a military to a civil government for the Phillippine islands which occurs July 4 the dim culty between the department of tht military secretary and the civil serv ice hoard over the matter of holding examinations in the civil service fot certain civilians now employed by tht military department will disappear THE BOER INVASION It Is Reported to He Serious the In vndcrs Xnmlierlnic Between 7 000 Rail 10000 London June tLorcl Kitchener has as yet tent no report of the Watcrkloof mishap Recent events in Cape Colony seem to prove the Boer invasion of that country to be serious A letter to the Daily Mail dated Cape Town June 3 confirms the pro boer report and says the invaders number from 7000 to 10000 that they are swarming all over the eastern nail midland districts and getting recruits and horses nnnk Rolihed of a Large Hum Minneapolis Minn June 24A special from Tacoma lihSIlJS the steamship Victoria brings news from Hong Kong that bank notes to the value of 270000 have been stolen from the strong room of the Hong Kong and Shanghai banking corpo ration at Singapore o which only two or three trusted employes have access Iler Dr Hodfte Died Suddenly New York June 2tluspin Wall Hodge of this city Sunday received advice that his fathir Rev Dr Aspin wall Hodge a prominent clergyman tIled suddenly Sunday at his home in Pennsylvania Stnhhed to Denth Kansas City Mo June tThosScruggs aped 18 son of M D Scruggs live stock dealer was stabbed to death at Troost Park while trying with the assistance of two companions to with stand the unyrovokcd attack of ten or fifteen young ruffians Senator Kyle Seriously III Aberdeen S D June 24 Senator James M Kyle who has heen ill for several days of heart trouble was in a very serious condition Sunday nnd fears are entertained that he may not recoverIlatnrbanco at Kbnrhln London June 2J1he Daily Mail publishes a dispatch concerning fur her disturbances at Kharbin in Manchuria There arc large bodies oi Chinese troops in time neighborhood and the railroad hits been destroyed in several places Labor Shots Suppressed London June 2JTho St Peters burg correspondent of the Daily Mail cables that renewed labor riots in the ironworks and cloth factories of St Petersburg have been suppressed bj the military authorities Held For Counterfeiting Mexico City June 2triss and Mates accused of counterfeiting American dollars have been declared presumptively guiLty and will be held for trial Pawn shops are being searched by the police for the appai rains said to have been usd work May Come to Terms Copenhagen June 24Mr L S Swenspn the American minister hat started for Washington supposedly in connection with the Bale of thf Dauiab West ludies t A TERRIBLE DEATH Adalbert S Fay Fell From a Hotel Winlow at New Haven Ct rtie Kntlirr In fineieuu With rlef- ntul In Confined lo Ills lletl Ills Condition However b X ot Thought Serious New Haxcu Ct June 24Aulelbcrt Stone Hay former consul of time United States at Pretoria South Af rica nnd eldest son of Secretary of State John lluy fell front a window in till third storyof the New Haven house in this city shortly before 230 acloilc Sunday morning nnd was in itauily killed The dead man was a graduate of Yale of the class ofaUS and his death occurred on time 1ve of the university commencement which brought hint here Saturday alld in which by virtue of his class fliee the young man would have been one of the loaders Jlllir a do11 4iysieians who were hailil summoned were unable to do uiylhintj multi the hotly awaited its Jisposition nt the order of the cor sncrs tleitiityitethieui Kxaminer BartlettJplalttllITorts to locate Secretary liny by wire were futile until the rarly morning hours when II request from the father reached Mr Seth Mosely the proprietor of the hotel to take care of the body until the members of the family could reach town Meanwhile the sensation oc asioned liv the tragedy continued Kvery movement of Young Hay was traced in an effort to penetrate tho otakingffIt was learned that the young man on May 20 left Washington with hi- uotlier anti two sisters for Xewburn X 11 the summer home of Secretary sIlnmnphiresome days He arrived in Xew Haven Saturday evening in time for dinner and went immediately to the New Haven house where he was assigned to Koom Xo 47 third floor front tllrecllJOer the Chapel street entrance to the hotel office There was n solitary spectator to the terrible tragedy a laborer on the city streets At the hour mentioned the workman saw the form of a man falling through space An instant the body lay directly in front of he main hotel entrance The hor rified laborer rushed to the spot und is shouts brought others The usual gathered In it were several belated Yale graduates They bent over the body One of them Julian Mason a son of the late Edward G Mason of Chicago and a clapsmnto of young liny drew hack and horror stricken cried My God its Del Hay By this time the hotel clerk had reached the scene and miile the identification complete The body was clad in pajamas On the window sill of time room oc cupied by young Hay was found n partly consumed cigarette On the floor near the window was n ring worn by the victim His clothing had been neatly arranged anti tho beticlothes were drawn buck The bed however haul not been occupied Here the mystery becomes intangible The popular theory seems to luivo is that the young man having prepared for Ixil thought to indulge in a goodnight smoke that he rhooso the cool of the window possibly dozed lost his balance and fell from the window The presence of the ring on the floor however gave riso la the fancy that possibly while toy lag with the ring it dropped amid that in an effort to recover it the fall resulted However it happened the known facts make it conclusive that it was all a frightful accident New Haven Ct June II1omm John Ifay secretary of State worn out by the trip of nearly nine hours front Washington to Xew Haven 1Inl11tar ly prostrated by grief at the untiiiely end of his oldest son Ailelbert S Hay lucre Sunday morning reached this city at 543 oclock Sunday even ing lie was accompanied by his sec retary Mr Whitney and wa met at the station by K L IclhlffIf Non York city and Mr Charles Wide of Cleveland O Col hay gave viilene of cxereme fatigue and the mental agony incident upon his great alHic lion was unmistakably written on his features Time secretary with his party im mediately entered a carriage and was driven in great haste to the resident of Mr Seth Mosely 36 Wall street In the drawing room of the house reposed the remains of his dead sum In the presence of the beloved dead Col Hay utterly collapsed anti pros trated by his great grief took to his bed Dr Samuel D Gilbert was sum moned and administered to the pa tientLate Sunday night Dr Gilbert who is at the bedside of the secretary announced that the condition of Col Hay is not serious adding that he is simply overwhelmed with grief and that the prostration will dis appear utter sufficient rest Princess Chimsy Pays Vp London June tThe Princess Chimay with ligo het gypsy husband is attracting much attention at Carlsbad by her display of wealth It is reported that she has inherited 8000000 from u relative in time Unit ed States and has paid nil her debts Strikers Wounded Columbia S C June 24 Southern railroad shops were attacked by strikers early Sunday marning Sev oral strikers were wounded but have so far kept the wounded under cover Quiet Sunday night Will Sail For England New York June 24Sir Claude MiicDonald British ambassador to Japan and who was in Peking during the siege will sail for England on Tuesday next having been summoned home by the foreign officers to con suit on matters relative to China Jfo Fusion for Them Topeka Kan June 2tThe Kan sas democratic state central commit tee has refused an invitation from tho populists to join in the formation a new fusion party under a distinct name TenSile Suspended Hinton W Va June 24 Traffic is entirely suspended west of Plinton by several landslides The Chesapeake tOhio trains Xos 1 and 2 are at McKeri dree anti have been there all day The track may be cleared by Monday morning The wires west arc all down Gen Grant In Berlin Berlin June tDrig Gen Fred erick D Grant accompanied by his wife and his son Ulysses passed liroiigh Berlin Sunday bound for St Petersburg 1 TO PREVENT BURIAL ALIVE uaiutInn or n lIfe lutsaronce Eon Tlint Jlny IIor Considerable Vnlue Several insurance men were talking- atelyl about new wrjnkles in the business I firmly believe said one re port the New York Mail mind Kx beinghurietlalic t i dreadhattaken for death I know a woman who has actually made her husband promise that if he survives her he will s tick a hatpin through her heart before slur is buried to make sure that no spark of life remains In certain parts of Europe they have what are known as mortuary houses where the dead are taken and subjected to vari ous tests to make sure that death b absolutely certain I believe there is lull providing for a somewhatsim ilar course now before the Massachu mortuarybuildingpeople would gladly pay say 100 to be insured in a company that would guarantee to make time necessary tests before burial or cremation corpselmouldwent 1 asked a listener In that case said the man who had previously spoken it ought to be worth something to the company An International River In northwestern Montana near the British line there is a lake the water of which flow through the 5L Mary river to Hudson bay The di vide between the lake and the headwaters of the Milk river an affluent of the Missouri is so low that engi neers say it would be feasible to di vent the outlet front Canadian to American territory As water for Ir rigation in highlyvalued on both sides of the line the question whether the United States has a right to divert it is one of international interest and may yet become important Plying Machines A scientific writer in Cassiers Magazine affirms that flying machines can never amount to much They will he small and cranky require much pow er carry Httl2 extra weight and de pend for theo speed on whether they go with or against tire wind so that they can never compete with existing modes of transportation That is to say science is able to make flying machines but really it is not worth while TUB MARKETS Cincinnati Tune 22 CATTLE Common 275 tf 4 00 Extra butchers 4 85 i 525 CALVES Extra ct 7 00 ytMixedSIIEEI Extra 3 60 3 65 LAM US Spring 5 75 C 5 85 FLOUR Spring pat 3 SO 4 10 I1Nred to 68 ViOATSISVE 36 HAY Ch timdthy 13 5 0 lyLAKD12iChoiceAIMLKS Chto fancy 3 75 i 5 ll POTATOES Ver brl 1 65 i 1 75 TOHACCO Xew 800 J213 75 Old 624 9 00 ClilcitKO- FIO17IJ AVin patent 30 fr 3 60 WHEAT No J red hi C3 6tyCOHXOATS Xo 2 29J 2- 9IttEXo 2 f t 47 i 147LAUDSIlI11l Xeiv York FLOUR Win patent 3 65 6j 3 90 i5yconXXo2 3YJlORRFamily 15 50 tl6 00 LAItD Sttant ty 9 00 Baltimore WHEAT Xo 2 red 73iti 74 Southern 70 74 COHX Xo 2 mixed 4334n 4- 5OATSNo I 2 mixed noat 32 CATTLE Butchers 5 23 tij 5 60 HOUS Western 6 50 6 70 IonlnvlllcF- LOUK Win patent 4 50 4 7- 3IvIiirxo 2 red ci 70 COKX Mixed fi 45 OATS Mixed fij 32 1OKK Mess 11 50 LAKU Steam u S 55 Indtnnnpolls WHEAT Xo 2 red 68 COJXXo2 mixed f 41 Vt OATSSo 2 mixed 2St 2SI A VERITABLE WHITE CITY Arclinnticl In Western Russia Covered l n Mantle of Snow Most nl the Year For three months in the winter Arch angel now to become the great west ern port of Russia scarcely sees the sun and for three months in the sum flier seldom loses sight of it Yet there Is no city in the whole of Europe which lies for so ninny months for the greater part of the year in fact under a mantle of mow and because of this the Russian fondly calls it The White City says Pearsons Magazine White too it is in other ways All the chief buildings glare with white paint and blink with white blinds The churches and in a Russian city they are not feware also of pure white only the cupolas are green and the crosses on their summits gold And white are the private houses of the bet ter sort except where Norwegians and Germans live for buff and blue and red then streak and diaper the pine walls and edge of the gable ends But street posts gates pillars walls fences these are all white And in the summer for every official you see Inn blue or a gray tunic you see ten in white caps and white uniform Bright color alone is left to the worn greenkirtsaprons and blue kerchiefs are common enough while a group of children will always look like a cluster of old English flowers But otherwise in summer as in winter this old city of capitalis a White city indeed Delays Arc Dangerous doingtomorrow must suffer the consequences acknowledge wroteT1airners yearsstanding reliefThisufferingprocurePalmersLotmon Horrible Combination thingsthereEvents and Things if a man could take his first ocean voyage and his first smoke at the same timeYonkers Statesman mcw Ffttt Tr1n to Colorado via MUnoorl Tactile Railway pErntioand Knnsns City to points in Colorado Utah StLouisamcarryingthroughuiheeplag cisco without change Excursion tickets now on sale For further information ad TowNSzSuGen eHer Lack humbandhe called her his better half does not seem justiceDenverTiaies A VALUAllLE 1uTillCATIOX FREE Descriptive uf Colorado Scenery Health Url Kte Burlington CoiIexcursion rates to Colorado throughout the Summer which have ever been made Tho folder will be found of educational value to students and others seeking to know requestMentions ThlnBles Things nicotinelessHartford Post VDo Your Feet Ache and Jlarnf Shake into your shoes Allens FootEase SewSnotSamiSweating AddressAmbition said Uncle Kben aint so dahjus ef it makes a pusson work Its de intotrouble Washington Star Pisos Cure is the best medicine we ever andlungsWmFeb 10 1000 appearante 0Hoziilea Croup Cure Checks a cold in one hour 50 cents belnrrool8 C bilUcomplexionand morepeopletarter for the chronic aliments and long years ofalTerlng that come afterwards No matter whulyou start takIng today for you untilyougearanteea LowBatemisBOWtofifthister4T San July 18th to 21st 1901 FraneiSoCofCalcT 5th to 12th inclusive aUo on July 13th for welt trains as deliver passengers to west ern line at St ijuui vc 4uabvb u or other B O SW Junction points on same dar r More purchasing tickets via any other line consult Agents B A O SW R R for full particulars regarding stopovers and t other accommodations Complete folder can CartrGeneral PerU of the Foles Three expeditions are trying to locate the south pole and six are after the one at the other end of the world This meansd 4nineyear Baltimore American p7ls Yellowstone Park Extended tour leisurely itinerary with on in the Park Private coaches for exclusive use on the drive Pullman sleep ing and dining cars Established limit to number Escort of the American Tourist Association Bean era 1423 Marquette Building Chicago Colorado and Alaska tour size Tickets include alt Expenses Everywbere Train lea1S Chicago via kee J St Paul Ry Tuesday uIy 9 100- 0pm Charitys argument is short bet it has a long reach Chicago Daily News It in better to be sensible than to bt smart Wellspring l WHY MRS PINKHAM 1 Is Able to Help Sick Women When Doctors falL lion gladly would m ja fly to WOo mans aid did they but understand a 7 womans feelings trials sensibilities and peculiar organic disturbances Those things are known only to women and the aid a man would give is not at his command P To treat a case properly it is neces sary to know all about it and full information many times cannot be given by a woman to her family phy MBS G B COATSEL- Lsician She cannot bring herself to tell everything and the physician is at a constant disadvantage This is why for the past twentyfive years thousands of women have been con fiding their troubles to Mrs Finkhazn and whose advice hats brought happi ness and health to countless women ma the United States Mrs Chappell of Grant Park HL whose portrait we publish advises all 1 suffering women to seek Mrs Pinkpharps advice and use Lydia E hams Vegetable Compound as they cured her of inflammation of the ovaries and woab she therefore speaks from knowledge antI her experience ought to give others confidence Mrs Pink hams address is Lynn Mass and her advice ia absolutely free- tn3or4Yearsan1udepedeceIsAssuired jon take npTourbomei Ilf Westers tanada usa ot plenty ifim nnjileti duet 4 ezperleaes of farmer- w5obavebecemewealSy in rnwinewbeaLresorta otdeiesuseicaadfumik rallwar ram can tw bad teti ampBletarreeofoxt on application to the tlon Ottawa Canada JlelSNE N x j Msr Till Sleek Detroit Mich KTHOLMK3 Eoom tBiz Yourftidgiodisnsoi led CHICAGO tsssuss ssssst to for xEsssizstsffR of ma ft or n account of timit Dfl Dll 5lOoptotdlctalUUnllUbruTe of trad remits Ire properOARAKEVe staSirO lie sad FOO1TIV PILES 1 CERE5 FILlSfor free unplcaddms ANAIaIL 5rib ass bUZiaj w Ixk- In PISO jpr S ntime Sold by dIV51- rtaLk4 A N KE 1871 WISER 1VR1T1XU TO ADVKRTIMCRS llrasstatrtbatssusawihAdvru r cicnt In tills paper He thinks he lives but hes a dead one No person is really alive whose liver is dead During the winter most people spend nearly all their time in warm stuffy houses or offices or workshops Many dont get as much everybodyknows winter As a rule it is not sound weight but means a lot of flabby fat and useless rotting matter staying in the body when it ought to have been t driven out But the liver was over burdened deadened stopped work There you are with a dead liver and right now is the time for resurrection Wake up the deadl Get all the filth out of your system and get ready for the summers trials with clean clear blood body brain free from bile Force planis p tontcGetjGllTBACKTOWLffEBYLIVER 25c SOc FORTH NEVER ALL DRUGGISTS SOLD TN BUU t CASCARETS niintirrn IsU j pCotreawill soil CAIICABETS a nboluteiy gasrasteed to euro or imoeyrrrneded Ga buytday two Soc boxes lre thea a 7 txcnotbo and the empty box 0 us by malt or the druenls Cr bsthboreday health will quickly cHow no1 will bless Ike dayou first started the nor ofCIlCARETM Booktrrs by mathddreia STEILLE0 IIEEDYW T T0R1 or ClllCitO F t OWINGSVILLE OY1 LOOK OJADVANCEI IEery business communication be addressed to TilE OUTLOOK PUBLISHING Co OWINGSVILLK KT else we will not be responsible for tbit ANNOUNCEMENT liFOR REPRESENTATIVE i We are Authorized to announce- S E Peck of Sharpsburg a can ii dictate for the Legislature from the BathRowan district subject to the T action of tht Democratic party 1folft t i FOR MAGISTRATE i We are authorized to announce Butler Toy OR a candidate to suc 11aeied himself as Magistrate in the i I Wyoming magisterial district sub 17ix ject to the action of the Republican 0 party i We are authorized to announce Frank C Williams of ilooren Fer 4ryfor magistrate in the White Sulphur district subject to the ac tion of the Republican party 1 We are authorized to announce t Geo W Razor of near Jles Milla for the nomination for Icandidate in the White Sulphur to the action of I the Republican party TuKentuckyconnty that hunt 1011 prospects is not in it THE season of ballovn horrors has opened with the usual harrow ing incidents A MOVEMENT le making to con solidate the oil companies operat a lug in this State 11m Boers have mended their hold JohnnyBull will earn what he gets in South Africa S THK record for curly cotton wns beaten four days June 20th by the shipment of a bale at Alice Texas THE fact that free trade is to be flIoonestablished with Porto Rico doesnt mend the broken Constitu tion 4 THE Czar of Russia is a papa for the fourth time and still no male heir has come in answer to tbo ad Boy Wanted THE tariff agitation will not down among the Republican The Democrats have the privilege of lookers on only BRYAN says hes for Mark Hanna I L for the Republican nomination for President No doubt Hanna is for 1Bryin for the Democratic nomiua I I KANSAS Democrats seem to have of fusion as they fficially t1afusion proposition of the They furely didnt con h W J B RATIONAL CHAIRMAN JAMES K i1 C Joscs thinks Bryan ought to stand iJ1 acids in 1901 Thats the most unkindest blow of allas Shakes Jf pure would say tI IK the oil excitement of Kent A tucky it isnt safe for Jim Mc The indications for oil XLareso plain that be is liable to be drilled into any time A SEW party founded particular ly on Bryans political ideas was launched at Kansas City last week but its patron saint is so ungra cious as to disown it winJprizes on the English race courses with American horses rid den by American Jockeys This isa strictly the American era NTna American team of trap shooters defeated the Scotch team Glasgow which helps to clinch l the record in the worldbeating line on all parts of the ground r THE Tennessee Supreme Courtr decided that under the State law a woman can not practice law in Tennessee The Court gave the law preference over gallantry 4 SEKATOR BACON of Georgia says Democracys first need is a divorce from Populism Iftbis treason keeps up Bryan will have to order 4 a wholesale shooting of traitors t- GBOSVESOE and Depew began to jhedgeon their thirdterm breaks I toe late Their best plan was to acknowledge they said it and were k prouder every minute that they did s COL JACK CHINK has cut out red licker from his potations If Col r d Jack should lead a Murphy move f sent be could break the record on c securing Jiners among the Kent erS tacky faithful WHEN the Chicago University its qa j g4ts Rockefellers fifty millions the jaloonkeepers in that city may hc expected to give Mn education with i f each drinkinstead of a fried oys J ter or a wiener wurst s t- bt4 t JUIltB J BAILEY theyouns 4 I ry fc aowttaln Republican who was de I t rated by Shackelford for Clerk of P the Courtot Appeal has been ap tt J f S of the Gate lSscfaealaHondura legation b i r THE precedent of vinlsting the t l 1 sh Constitution to carry out the Iraq t t perialistic policy may be usedsome 1 time to do something that will t 4 1 make the imperialists howl One set of players neednt expect the it rules of the game to be binding only i tS OB their opponents The steal of 11 the Kentucky State offices was a i natural fruit of the theft of theI i r from Tildenr + Presidency rJr I J 4 tf P 1hO r irr ii 4artl t i5i IJ J t itLf1 iook i rv ti iFY di irI tII i F J 11 00 4r 4 1 r1X 7 1 t t r I J 2 IQOT nys ho fnvftrmi third term for IrcFidciitA NJ doubt A life term for a Quuy man would suit Quay ret rntc Tot PLAIT is talking of retiring from poIiticINew York Repub licans will not likely soon find his equal uS a machine boss LnuisviuK dealers have formed a trut in potatoes and onions to control the local trade Tatcrs und ingerns ThatV putting trust in mall things to tho exclusion of the Lord SENATOR FOKAKKH ot Ohio is looming upIS u Republican Presidential possibility The Ohio man whoever he may be almost linn the refusal of the Republican Presiden flat nomination A FLOOD in the Elkhorn valley of West Virginia near the Virginia line drowned several hundred peo pie and destroyed some million dot lars worth of the property of the coal mining interests IF fate should will it that Hanna head the Republican ticket and Bryan the Democratic ticket in 1904 all campaign records would be broken People would be in doubt whether to laughor cry most GiN CHAFKEE in his official re port says that where one rcnl Boxer was killed otter the capture of PC kin fifty homeless coolies or labor ore on farms including not a few women and children were slain ADELDEKT S HAY oldest son of Secretary of State tiny and lately U S Consul at Pretoria fell out of tho window of his bedroom at New Haven Conn and was killed Ho was n very promising young man HAZEN S PINGKKE exGovernor of Michigan died in London Eng land last week He was a pictur esque political figure whoso ear nestness as a reformer could not always be distinguished from dem agogy TUKKE are growls about Col Will Hamilton being butted off the State Senatorial track in tho Montgomery district but it remains to be seen whether they willamount to anything as the campaign pro gresses A CINCINNATI electrician has dis covered that a piece of tough beef thoroughly shocked by electricity is tender and palatable Country butchers ought to begin treating their beef with electricity imme diately THE tradition of the Vico Presi dency being a tomb for Presidential aspirations seems to hold good in Roosevelts case He isnt as much in the race as he appeared to bo before the last Republican national convention TilE Trust made the independent linseed oil concern soil out to it anti that necessary constituent of paint in going skyward in price being 69 and 70 cents wholesale In consequence much loss painting will be done AT the Ohio State Republican convention this week it was dem onstrated beyond cavil or question that Mark Hanna is the partys ownest own Mark must have something to do with getting offices for the boys- PRESIDENT HARPER of the Chi cago University in John D Rocke fellers presence prophesied that the institution would soon have an endowment of fifty million dollars Its up to Carnegie now if hoi playing for a record CIVIL government will begin in the Philippines on July 4th It is audacity of the first order to rub it in on the Filipinos that way An imperialist reading the Declaration of Independence to the Filipinos is a spectacle for gods and men- THE Russian Ambassador at Washington assures the Adminis tration that the Russian retaliatory tariff is devoid of political importance The Russian is A Tartar and Uncle Sam will have all he wants in playing the game with him TIlE Virginia Constitutional con vention refused to consider a reso lution to invite W J Bryan to ad dress the convention on his ap proaching visit to that city The Old Dominion never did take Bryan like some other Southern States TOE Philippines will be under a doubledbarreled government be ginning July 4th Judge fm Taft of Cincinnati will be civil Gover nor and Gen Chaffee military Gov ernor The Filipinos will have all the government they want and some to sparse GEM CnAFFEE in his official ro port on the expedition in China says No doubt the Boxer element is largely mixed with the snail of the population and by slaying lot ono or more Boxers might be taken in Thats pretty grim sarcasm Tux story of a lady in Bell coun ty being accidentally shot while moving a revolver that hndnt been firedsince the Civil war and was supposed to be unloaded has elements of incredibility The moun tain pistol that isnt kept oiled and working would be a curiosity in deed JOHN W ZOLLEB has revived the- M t Olivet Tribune Democrat the plant of which was destroyed by fire some years ago Editor Zoller is a veteran in the business but his hand has lost none of its cun ning as the first number of the paper from his new office abun dantly testifies May he and his paper live long and prosper i C ft i LOTS nnsylviuiin Republi calis no b like if it was to do over tlvv would do Pelfoctua v tit they wouldnt Men have ftwrn the circus before hut wh It hand began rooting Hiul too I the went it they had to puwn tfijngs SOCIETY in England and America is astonished nt the announcement thxt the marriage engagement of Miss Vivian Sartom daughter of Mrs Nellie Grant Sartoris and granddaughter of Gen U S Grant to Archibald Kalfour cousin of the English tnteman Arthur Balfour is declared oil in the London Post McLAUUiN of South Carolina says Bryan ns a supporter of Springer for Speaker refused to be transferred to Crisp because the latter was an exConfederate in tho contest when Mills was defeat ed and the Democratic partys slid down the toboggan began Of course lie couldnt vote fur Mills either If that hail come out in 1S9G thing wouldnt have gone as they did maybe Miss KATE M COUPON of Now Orleans holds the record for repeating at the polls and yet she did it legally helping materially to carry the election for a bettor sew erage system in that city Women taxpayers have the right to vote there on questions involving tax ation Miss Gordon collected 300 proxies from women and went around all election duy casting tho votes at different precincts SOME maidens of Butler Ohio twenty years ago formed a resolu tion to wad none but totalabstain era They nre maids yet and have formed tho Old Maids Association The memcrship has increased from six to seventylive and they hold annualreunions at which no horrid man appears This year Severn hundred old maids from over the State attended the meeting Speak ers reaffirmed their sentiments aI to marrying men who drank intox icating beverages Their experience in this vale of tears will end like the society formed to whistle the spots off of tho moon RUSSIA is playing electric bat tory with the United States and has just administered the second shock by putting up the tariff on bicy cles and certain resinous prepara tions becauso the United States applied the Dingley law discriminat ion against Russian petroleum The beauty of it is no Russian petrole um is imported into this country The first shock was a thirty per cent increase on hardware articles in retaliation for the differential rate against Russian sugar because in effect a bounty was paul on the exports of that article So much for tho scientific Dingley Tariff law as Mark henna calls it Our good American protectionists think Russia is very barbarous to play the game that way while frcotra ders just laugh AMONG the eminent antiimperi alists are Grover Cleveland John G Carlisle exSpeakcr Thomas B- Reed U S Senator George Hoar Andrew Carnegie Carl Schurz Edward Atkinson Bourke Cochran oxU S Senator Georgo F Ed munds exSecretary of the Treas ury Geo S Boutwell Senator Don CatTery Samuel Gotnpers Felix Adler David S Jordan of Stanford University Cuss F Adams Sam uel Bowles Thos Wentworth Rig ginson Prof Von Hoist Patrick A Collins Prof Chas E Norton Prof W G Sumner and Rev C Parkhurst Benjamin Harrison ani antiimISupreme Court Justices are un doubtedly antiimperialists The list of prominent Americans of all parties who are opposed to the new departure could be extended indef initely CORRESPONDENCE Okla Bro Bodkins failed to preach for us Sunday night Born June 12th to Robt Whit ton and wife a son We hada heavy rain fall here Sunday morning with some hail Miss Ruth Stephens closed her school here Saturday with a nice treat Remember Rev J R Nelsons appointment hero the first Sunday evening in July IMrs W M Vice and tamilofnear Wyoming visited Thai Vice and family Sunday Owing to so much rain the far mers are in the weeds Wheat harvest will begin here this week Crooks Peter Stephens of Stepstone was hero Sunday Harve Sexton visited his per ents at Craigs Sunday Omar Wilson shipped a carload of hogs to Cincinnati Friday Belford Honn visited his mother in Menifee county Friday and Sat urday Mrs Jessie Thomas visited tier sister Mrs Pat Piersall at White Sulphur Sunday Mrs J D Turlev and daughter of Owingsvillo visited relatives here Sunday and Monday Mrs Cole Jackson and Mrs H I Fitch of Olympia visited the family of Jo Williams Sundry Mrs A Q Thomas and daughter of Ewington visited relatives here Wednesday and Thursday of last weekEd Palmer Cole Barnes and Rob ert Crooks attended the icecream supper at How dlI Mill Saturday night 7r Brother Willhoit preached to a large congregation Sunday He will preach here again the 4th Sunday in July 0 T J Ii1i 1L Forge Hill Mrs Mart liii 1endlett n IIlItw- tock to visit her son G and family near Preston Miss Mamie Storyof Vlcming county is spending the vet with her aunt Mrs J M Mc Mrs Juines Sorrell aril K u ford of near Odessa ne ng her mother Mrs Matilda jfWe have rain most eve in this part und it keeps tho farmers hustling to keep the weeds down Misses Eva and Lillie Johnson of Sliarpsbur and Jennie Stone of Slate Valley visited Mrs S C Mooro Wednesday of last week Crams Hoyt Warren sold n cow to Wm Hart for i850 Ben Thompson sold some hogs at 5 per hundred Hen Thompson bought a calf of George Hunt for 11 Wo are having a hot election out here for Magistrate in Forge Hill precinctBob and wife were the guests of his brother George Hat ton Sunday Jaso Warren and Carrie Ilatton went Monday to visit Mrs I N White who is poorly Little Lilly May Williams of Knob Lick came to spend the week at Thomas McGlothins Monday June 17 wns old Aunt Rebecca Craigs birthday Sho was 80 years old She has children grandchildren and greatgrand children to tho number of 145 Grange City Mrs Wm Brown end son of Ohio arc visiting J P Brown and family I K Walton of Bethel visited R R Walton and family several days last week Misses Cram and Lawson of Car lislpvisited MisFus Ella end Blanch Newman last week Misses Minnie Walton and Maud Rigdon visited S R Newman and family at Fletningsburg Tuesday Clifford Ileddings and family of Hath county visited David Royse nml family Saturday and Sunday ISHUC Eden and wife visited S R Newman and family at FIelD ingsburg from Thursday until Saturday Taylor Keerans and wife of Nicholas county visited Mrs Sal lie Ann Riddle and Mrs Ilttie Cut right Saturday and Sunday Misses Ella and Blanch Newman returned to their home last week after several days visit to friends and relatives in and near Flemings burg Simp Walton and Miss Emma Colliver Lon Cutriglu and Mist Mumie Colltver visited Georjje Col liver and family at Poplar Plains Sunday Flat CreeK Johnson Young continues jvery poorly Miss Eva McKinticvnn is visiting at Sadicvillc Alfred Steele bought u horse last week for 65 C J Myera soldn horse last week for 100 John Boaz had a much cow and a mule colt to die recently Walter Gopher titus returned home from Lexington and Joneevillo R B Crook of Montgomery CoI was here Saturday on business Elder Ross will preach at Fas setts the third Sunday in July Mrs Felix Clark of near Olym pia visited friends here last week Tom Wren and sister Miss Ber tie of Knob Lick passed through here one day last week Miss Sallie Warner of near here is dangerously ill and not expected to live but a few days Boys go to church and leave your bottles at home Do not dis turb those who are interested especially old people for you will be old somo day yourself Moorofieid There is a great cry for grass to graze The smallpox scare is about over in this county The strawberry supper at Pisgah netted nineteen dollars Bert Durham sold his pacing mare to Herdie Myers for 90 The boys indicted for disorderly conduct at the supper were cleared J E Conyers of Ridgeville Ind delivered Pictorial Bibles in this vicinity last week Mrs Kash who was operated on some weeks ago is able to sit up and walk about her room C W Durham bought a mare for general use from Charley Tat bott for something over 130 Miss Lulu Stone is on tho sick list Several have been made sick from eating strawberries and cher rice Most of the farmers are through setting tobacco plants The grub worm has played havoc in some placesMiss Finley McClain postmis tress at this place has moved to Dr Kashs to be noarer her place of busine sIMrs Oscar Evans and children arc spending few weeks with herI father and other relatives near here She has been in poor health for some months Dr Hash Frank Royse and son John went to Louisville to be pres ent at the trial of Withers the llth for killing Dr Willie Hayes The trial Wat postponed until tine 27th i j Ji o I Moore Ferry Burn June 22d to Luther Cook and wife a son D W Shrout sold an aged horse to T S Shrout for 55 Leslie Atchison bought four hogs of Robert Sarrell at 5c per lb II C Downey will preach at lied ricks Sunday morning and evon ing1ho Sundnyschoolat Iledricks is getting along nicely with a good attendance We understand Elders Wesley Blevins and Amos Kendall will hold a protracted meeting at iledriuke next week Hginning Saturday night June 29th Licking river was high enough for rafts to run last week It is very rainy and the farmers are very much behind with their plow ing in this vicinity Upper Prickly Ash Mrs James Clark lies been quite sick for several days Joseph Allen sold his tobncco to 1gJ Jones at 5o and Gc John E Mann WAS in Mt Sterling Saturday on business Morton Harper of Formers vis ited his parents Saturday and Sun dayGeorge Kerr was at Salt Lick two or three days last week on business Alhy Shrout who had been sick for several days we are glad to any is able to bo out again Miss Pearl Fleming of non r Sliarpsburg visited relatives in this neighborhood Sunday Mrs Thomas Ryan and daugh ter Miss Nellie of Roynoldsville were callers in this vicinity Saturday afternoon Mrs W W Clark of Flat Creel and sister Miss Fenton Shrout a Jessamine county were visitors ft R L Stones Monday Hillsboro- J W Crain is able to be out again Marvin Minnish of Grntz Ky is visiting Rev J W Gardiner Win Saunders of Wichita Kan sas came in last week to visit rel ativesMiss Lou Harmon gave an ice cream supper at her millinery store Saturday night Miss America Hawkins is very low with heart trouble at the home of L B Markwell Dr S F OBrien attended thi meeting of tho National Medicul Association at Chattanoo ga Tennessee List week Heptiblirans met here in conven tion Saturday to nominate candi dates for Magistrate and Cuiifttnblc Wm Filson reriMVrd majority of 5 votes over Basil Hurget for Magis mlljority r Constable The votes of the dis trict are to bo canvassed here June 25th Knot Lick A J Maze continues poorly News source and work plenty The measles have about subsided Capt Pitman and Charley Wells were at Olympian Springs Sunday The mining has not been heavy owing to there not being cars to ship the oro Corn is growing ns well or better than could be expected frpm the amount of work received One of the strongest arguments against the use of intoxicants is it makes fools of mon and the fool killer is 117 years behind with his JobEarly to bed and early to rise mates a man healthy wealthy and wise provided he lives in a healthy country there is no mortgage on his farm and he does his own read ingand thinking There ties been quite a number of people attending the preaching at Salt Lick by the lady preacher Some claim she preached well but is out of herplace Was any one ever out of place trying to do good Bethel Born June 19th to Bum Sorrell and wife a daughter The sick in the village are about the same no improvement Sam Duff and Miss Ledford o f Montgomery Co are guests o r William Pieratt this week Mrs Ellon Judy of Carlisle i spending a few weeks with her daughter Mrs Seth Botts S P Baird and wife of Carlisle visited their children Mrs Cy Ar rasmith and Willie Baird Sunday Miss Laura Whaley returned last week from Lebanon 0 where sho has been attending sohool for monthsMrs Hawkins of Flem ingsburg is spending the summer here with her brothersinlaw John Hawkins and Cv Arrasmith A L Clinkenheard wife and daughter Miss Ermine of Windsor Mo Mrs R E Dodsworth and Miss Viola Bennett of Cincinnati are guests of Mr Cs and Mrs Ds sister Mrs W B Scott Mrs R Smitha of Lexington Mr and Mrs E N Clinkenbeard Sherburne Mr and Mrs J W Clinkonbeard Mr and Mrs T SlRobertson spent Thursday Mr and Mrs W B Scott and their guestsdMrs W B Scott gave a large dining in honor of her guests Friday is In the evening sho entertained the young people of the vii lage in honor of Miss Ermine Clinkenbeard of Missouri and Miss Viola Bennett of Newport ij o 1f J Al ty4 J Odessa The Sundayschool hero is pro gressing nicely The farmers are getting out of the weeds rupidly now Mrs W B Powers of Owings yule is tIne guest of friends and relatives here this week Arthur Powers of Ovingsvill spent several days hero last week this guest of Isaac W Jones O S Rndgnrs Fold two horses Saturday ono to I R Darnell for 70 and one to W W Rodgers for 40 Mrs Elvira Williams and son Master Herman visited Chas Vice stud wife at South Sherburne last week Dallas Cudgel went to Hill Top again Saturday returning Sunday evening There must be some at traction over there for Della he makes frequent visits This is June 25th and not a sound of the mower or binder has yet been heard in those parts nor hits anyone given out the report that they have laidby any corn Mr and Mrs Taylor Kerns of Nicholas county who had been vie iting relatives at Grange City Sat urday and Sunday were guests of Mrs Ruth Jones and attended our churchand Sundayschool here Sunday Salt Lick J B Krinp of Yale was in town Monday and Tuesday Miss Peach Evans and sister of Farmers visited relatives bro Sun day Mrs W A Whitcomb left Tues day for a two weeks visit to rela Yes and friends in Winchester Mr and Mrs A R Fell who had been visiting John II Jones left Sunday for their home in Pennsylvania Allen Razor colored died last Saturdav at 10 oclock of old age He was buried at the Flood graveyard Sunday The Salt Lick baseball club will give an icecroaui supper in Clint Warrens yard Saturday night With the proceeds they will purchase bills bats gloves etc E E Blackburn of Jonesville who has been hero several days in the interest of tho Salt Lick Deposit Bank left for home on last Thursday Ho will return the 1st of July when an election of officers will be held and articles of Incorporation filed IeThe revival services at the iclIethlldist Church came to a close beenIdono in this meeting been the most successful ever held Mrs Harrod is certainly wonder ful preacher a pleasing and eon vincing speaker findu devoted Christian She will Itng be n tncmbcred in Salt Lick and we triiPt the good site has done here will be lasting She left MondayS for IIHIshorit accompanied MartIn Best of Mason Co who canoe with her OlymPia Mrs Sarah Smith is on the sic k list Someone hold Harry Johnson Its a girl Rube says he is hoodooed dont want no girl noway Mrs D R Bishop was shopping in Lexington Thursday Mrs Felix Clark visited friends at Flat Creek last week Born to Mrs Gao Porgram girl baby Lucretia Henrietta Glad to hear of West Ends misfortunebeg pardongood lou tune G W Thompson and wife wore guests of his son Thos Thompson Thursday Mrs Sid Warren and Mrs Clell Coyle attended church at Olympia ThursdayMrs Young and daugh terinlaw attended services at Salt Lick Tuesday Mrs Dollie Norris of lowe r Slate was the guest of her brother Ben Hart Sunday Poor old Algin has lost clean out It seems like all the dear ones have forgotten him Mrs Dr Clarks mother is very ill at the present writing We hope to see her better soon It seems like the Preston boys cant let our girls alone Ask Anna who was here last week Miss Bessie Naper of Minneap oils Minn came Thursday to spend the summer with her cousin Mrs D R Bishop Willie Huffman and young wife Bertie are at the latters grand mother Mrs J M Steeles for a stay of a month or so Bro Nelson of Owingsville filled his regular appointment Saturday and Sunday He was accompanied by his wife and daughter News is scarce rain plentiful and corn very weedy If some certain people do not clean out their corn there will be a sale soon Sam Johnson and Mrs Jeesc Thomas or Preston were at churchf Friday night We love people from other neighborhoods visit our church You are all wel comeilWe arc sorry to say the revival t Olympia is closed because we ove to see the good work go on Wo can not find words to express ur appreciation of the good work h one by Bro Rash and Bro Wil liains and we think Bro Williams especially deserving of praise because of his inexperience as he M has not been in the work very longo but we can say he is a willing worker and a talented minister The revival closed with 30 added f J The Racket J Jr UNDERBUY UNDERSELL FOR LOWPRICESkCOME AND SEE THE CARPETS RUGS HAMt BURC LACES STRAW L HOUSE PAINT CIIINAWARE HARDWARE rEverything marked in plain figures One price to all rGalv BarbWire 375 cwt Scythe Snath 60 5CRedOran PreservKttle3o2oc spoolClothesline Napkins 90 6oc doz Gents Belts 12C Hisses Vests 5C We a nice line AND k 1 Come and get our prices you want any f thing We to treat you and i make that will save you money I t 150 Boys 15 Mens u u u 25 Caps 10 and 20 3 cans Boys Suits 60 3 cans I 15 3 cans Peeled 25 r Hog 8 Best 6 1 KY r to he a good place for meeting a to time church 15 were reeeivrd by direct confession and 15 by ltte of and return to ii church The revival was an ut qualified success We give tt honor to our minister West End Rain rain rain Mrs Thomas Schoop continues poorly Mrs Travis Warner is very ill at this writing Sam Wills is the boss frog hunter and blacksmith of this place Master Kid Clayton and aisLe of Winchester arc visiting ret lives here George W is a singing school hero with fair at tendance Elzie Stone and wife of Prickly Ash visited B F Piersall and wife Saturday and Sunday Mrs John Thomas of Preston t by Sam Johnson vis heel her sister Mrs Wm Piersall Mrs Jas Roberson belter known as Aunt Cillar fell and broke her arm in two places She is 90 years old Not a single OUTLOOK came to this office this week The subicri bers are getting rough are also coming from other quar ters We are satisfied that the pa pers have been properly mailedand nre ask you if there cant be some thing done to prevent this paper stealing Stepstone C A Ragan is painting the house of Vamp Cook on Flat Creek Owen Myers and wife of Flat Creek spent Sunday with Jas H Myers and wife R T Crooks ant family of Crooks spent Sunday with B F Myers Jr and wife and da gh ter of Fiat Creek spent Sunday with Miss Eliza Maxey Miss Kittic Lane returned home Monday after a few weeks visit to- riends in Davis other places MrsII M Turley and daughter Mrs G W Turley spent Friday visiting the family of J D Turley at Miss Mattie Spencer of Salt Lick who had been visiting friends ere and on Salt Well for the last week returned home Monday Tho railroad company made the change at Stepstone Creek crossing onday that took the heavy curve ut of the track at that place There was a large crowd at Sugar Grill meeting Sunday That stems j l Muzzles 4C J4gal Granite Bucket i8c t4C Ib Vel vet Ribbon Hay Forks 400 j Oalv Well Buckets 30Baby r Ladies Ties 27 20 lOG lGalv Wire 350 cwt tCASH PAID FOR EGGSf E ShroutsVv Come In fn See have received BLUE SERCE frLATEST STYLE STRICTLY ALLWOOL GOODS AT FIVE DOLLARSfwhether guarantee nicely prices SlippersMens IOldFancyStrawHats Hammers 80IMilk Buckets Infants Corn Tomatoes ao- 50Ib Spring Balances Peaches Ringers Granulated Sugar EggBeaters i- jQHANDLERPHELPS fREYNOLDSV1LLE membership dyIL Young conducting accompanied Wednesday Complaints wife- PreacherParker Kyand Owingsville Sealing Wax acyd IOCa 2j2gal i f they are almost always well at ttended L rllIr Hello Tate and Mrs Amen L1eda Tate of Illinni who wer hers 11nt the deathbed of their brothsr 1O G hamilton returned to their home Friday Miss Nancy Williams vrho limi- thrn visiting her brother H nry for ome weeks returned to Owing I villa Monday where be Is making her home with Mrs Kountz Mrs Tinch r the mother of Tincher of Prickly Ash who Johnfbeen visiting time family of 1 trorrrunkfortWm Helwig is here at home of h1 run for a few days on tftrcount of being sick Hope he will f 11oon be well again Mrs W5B t Henry we are sorry to say is dong no good at thjs writing f CONTINUED ON FIRST PAGE ff Old HIckory Famous the most of Kentucky whiskies wholesome and strengtbenln forthe weak pleasantly Invigorating forth AtchisonOwingavhlle f SIMPS R NEWMAN r LATELY OF GRANGE CITY has 1 opened ont a iDrug Store at the Ragan RMMJON MAIN CROSS ST I FLEMINGSBURGKENTUCKY And would be pleased to have hi tTfriendsV tf THE Farquhar THRESHERlfor 45 veare too well known to need description here catalogue of Engines 1 hreshlng Machin ery Saw Mills A cultural- Implementsmaned free A B FARQUHAR CO Ltd York Pa kr C O KAILWAY TIXK or TRAILS AT IBKSTOX 87110cKASTnOUND NoM 918001 No21243 P DrNo24iO 10 WKSTBOUSD No No516iSaiNo55i13pm 3 347 pTn- fDall tjexcept Sunday All others dally Trains 22 and 3i curry Dining ear erring Meals alaearte TIMECARD KFFECTITK JULY 15 1963 t Express Trains for LonlsvlII iezingtaaICincinnati Washington New Yerk jand Eastern Cities For Insinuation legardmg rAte sleep lug car reservations call on or iddresi Agent C A O Hail way Preston Station Q BAIUCSY CBBTAX DPASInJiiLtori KT Cluclniatle 1ijl