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H f r 7 TA HII JL f J 1Tft d ic rI t1 i t tFs tt E 0 itiiFr r ro ij fI T I I be minqtiille utIaok 1 3 1JvO- L I XX I 11 OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1901 NO7 JWhen you hnvo a news Ii 61 Item or wish to cotainutu cate cfllcaby with phone TUB OUTLOOKh You can still get the Winnifrod boal of Brother Dawonhi The Ewing fair and races come r bff Sept 11 12 13 and 14thi Dr A W Walden has fine peach es for sale Apply at his residence Sam Lathram bought ten 800lb yearling cattle of DickTapp f25 per head Fovu5PurkC and hogringer Call at OPTLOOK office pay for id and get them Placo your orders early for coal Brother ck Dawson can furnish you lnay kind you want J B Goodpaster sold John L Vice of near WtomingjCight mules tor 900 last webTc M Hogs went to 5 5at Sioux City Iowa last Friday the high est price In seven years torn toMrand Mrs WmCooni Jr net Nancy Jones fewingtonj a daughter Boards and Shingles tor sale T IL RATLIFF k Co 44t Grange City Ky 1 handle the noted ElkfoornWbls key There Is no better made J W LANE Owingsville KyI there will bo scrvkcs at the Cnristlan Church next Sunday Borning and evening at usual i hours fCl Newman will be at Denton V Jones livery stable next Mon duty Sept 0 to buy mule colts and yearlings c Denton dt Jones bought of John A- JHumphries n Kansas a thatch pair of black Indian ponies paying f150 for earae f T S Shrout hatt a complete line rr of furniture and undertaking gnod Rnr bargains in buggies lie eelU 1 to every looker b E3 Hewitt of Bethel vicinity bad his root severely strained lye4 from a wngonIoad jhjcetjatPtesttlattieek 1Oh Marhad on exhibition lwri d M44ya 4TIac1 leaf qitP a growrr on T H Browns tt d w t end nflown r a mLwiiuTtl LtrJni your patronage J WLANEd Mrs Alex Conner will open her fthRol t bcrhsnnLllih stree- tNOndiSepl 9 1901 Hours 3 ynto3pzn m5tThe Lexington Oil J Mincrr Co r have an expert prospecting In the t i Mill Crert Blue Bank and Peeled Oak neighborheodVof this county k look here1 The people that Have pictures enlarged will save o by getting J M Brother tiifnrhish the frames lOtf IliaeforsaIe o fine Grand Pi jano just as good as new A bar ain for someone Call on or ad b ess MRS Jbuir GILLON Owings Wte Ky The wedding of Mr Frank Ctfen ult and Miss Jlinnie McCorMck Y01lcg societypenple of lit br ff hag wilt take ptco nett Tueshyh Sept 10 t The twoyearold an of Bud Cassity and grandson of Walker Caseity died Sunday night of brain fever on Mill Creek and was buried MoBday c J W Eatliff dangerously sick at hU home in MUi5trling He is th Jatberof Caleb SRatliff of Bald Eagle and was former reel- dent of this coUhty C WHoBakerahdlfinotDaTis to keep their bands in for the late Jell crop of game wentldon to the Forge Miirbbttbros and killed about 0 bullbrtti one day last weekt J CTyJer farter of M att S k eTyler lulr8JIb88ie Bichatt widow were weeV i ded In Mt Sttrljigast Thursday The brzdegroo1aged88 yearli Rkhard fl Conner Democrat and Judge Wal1aeS Gudgell Re pBBlican were chosfln to tke Bath osnty Election Better appolBtments could not have been Bade The O Telephone Co has estab beeJapsy station IBJM Broth ferVilrug etoret It n connected with the longdistance lines of the JnslepeBdent Co This station is a great convenience f Bud KBOX opened out a restau raBt OB Henry street Saturday iiifbt and celebrated the opening with fresh oysters though the jaontb with an r in it was some t hears in thefiitureIjL There are two new butcher shops IB towB Paul and Gano Gault V dews Best to the Owingsville Mar WeCp shop and Bud Knox next i7 taCpBtier A DaweonB livery stable 1f8t11t GOed patter storeroom e I Having taken an Interest in Gil S loa store Toui47 ask all of my friefids a1 cHteH ers to JBO a call OeraiverliiieeDtmit tell what we candoioyOuJ Shoes Clothing etc- Tory I rspectfully jBBg25lb OSCAR CHAITDIKE 4 1n t i i 1 t 2 ttjJ A lt t J4 J 7 0 1Ji s FZ I iiEf 1 t r 1fJkil 1 I jrt 4J t 4t It1Qii 4 r iz r PERSONAL j II G Mend of Mt Sterling was ere Monday Jbhn Freeland is improving and will be out in a few days T F Durham of Danville was ere lust week on business Rev R 6 Ollrjan of Newport was a visitor here last week J M Robinson of Mt Sterling was here Friday on business Miss May Kincald is no bettor of her attack of typhoid fever Sherman Goodpaster was in Mt Sterling lust week with friends E F Robertson of Mt Sterling was here ladt week with friends Paul and Gano Gault were in Mt Sterling Friday on business John Powell of Grange Cityi paid us a friendly call Mondayf Harry Reese and Wm Berry oft Sterling wore here Sunday Mrs Lou Fratman went to FrAnk- fort Saturday to visit relativerC James Kendall of Carrington passed through town Sunday eveno ng Arthur rower returned SaturdayS from a visit to Lee isville Miss lorenn Perry went Monday aiternoon to attend Shelbyville College Miss Mary E Honaker of Lex ingtoii came last Thursday to visit relatives John McAlUter of Mt Sterling came first of the week on a visit to relatives Mrs H C Gudgell has returnedC home from a visit td Lexington John G Roberts and John Mc of Mt Sterling spent Fri day in town Miss Anna Railey of Bradfords Tille came list week to visit Miss Mary Dawson Mrs B M Goodpaster and conh Scott were with relatives atSb urne last week A N Dchton and Children visIt- s hit father James Denton near Purl Uiit week Mrs SHllie Uichnrds left Saturty for Georgetown nfter a u rClatic here i Mrs biw Hampton tnt to Gin cinnuti Mtt rIH fall ftrllerr 1 McAI8t r entatn- ay a to vIM Mrs W lrScnt at t North Middletown Mrs ElvR Cattbtt and son llobert n have returnedjfroui a visit to rel i utivce in Mt StrrlingtMrs O F son Graham have returned frdia a visit o relatives at Paris I Mrs John O Miller and son Harry of Mt Sterling were with friends here Sunday RezinOwings of Mt Sterling was here last week with F M Ewing and R E Catlett MrsC W Peter and Miss Maryi Crockett of Sharpcburg friends here Monday Judge Jno A Ramsey returned Fridny from his trip to the K T Conclave at Louisville Henry Hopkins Wm Razor and- herman Gulleft of Salt Lick were ere Friday on business Mr and Mra John Dicken oftBethelwere here with relatives tatter part of last week Miss Nelia Cunninghamof Independence Mo is a guest of her uncle Reuben Gudgell Mrs Dr Tribou returned Mon day from a visit of six weeks to Mt Sterling and other points Oscar B Brother went to Cincinnati Monday to buy the fall stock for Brother Brother Miss Bertie Donaldson of near Shirpsburg was a guest of rela in and near town last week Rev R A Walton returned the past week His health is Improv ag but he IB not entirely well yet Miss Lucy Atkinson returned ast Thursday from a visit at Mrs Mary Stoners In Mongomery Co Judge nnd Mrs C W Goodpas Jlt weekJo Spencers land deal in Flem- Ing county fell through and 11e1 now in Missouri looking out a lo cation Mrs Fidelia H Powers of More head returned home Tuesday af ter a visit to her daughter Mrs D P May Mrs RB Brother and two children were with relatives in litSterling last wtek returning home Friday Ollie Y Coons went to Nosy York last week to buy a stock of goods for the firm of Goodpaster Coons Co MrsE C Fox and daughter Miss Annie of Winchester came last Thursday to visit Mrs W Ray Patterson Thursdayillfriends in Atlanta Ga A letter received from him says that be is a fine time and he would go j toSavannahthTsweek i k4 ii ifjt Mr and Mm James Johnson of Fleming county visited the lntter grandmother Mrs Matilda Field era last week Mrs Ella Hamilton rirtd two little daughters of Stoops worb hero last week with Mrs Ha brother J Tibbn Goodpaster Judge J Clyde Nelson of the Sbarpsburg World and Squire T R Hill of Shnrpsburg were hero- Friday on business Misses Vivian Perkins of MBnt gotnery county and Eva Karrick of Salt Well were guests of Mrs Nancy Crouch Monday Miss Mattie Woollllon of Hovards Mill is with heXsister Mrs L D Brther and attending school at Bath Seminary Mr and Mrs R M Zimmerman of Oklahoma are visiting friends in own this week They removed rom here eleven years ago Misses Anna Lou and Jennie May Wade of Montgomery Co were guests of Mr anti Mrs Robt siyle Wednesday nnd Thursday Muses Mary and Lena Slifoilt f Mt Sterling and Miss Bertie Donaldson of Sharpsburg apent and Sunday with T SI hrout Isaac R Darnell our esteetrted friend of Odessa has typhoid fe ver It is earnestly hoped that the attack will be light and his feaov ery speedy Miss Elizabeth Boyd Scott of Sherburne was accompanied to this place Monday by her father Chas R Scott on her way to col lege at Shelbyville It is understood thnt Milton P ollins of Wyoming is coming to make his homo with his dailghtsr MrsT J Jones He will be gladly welcomed to our town citizenship Mrs Jacob Wilson and daughter Alice of Clark county came lastI week to attend the funeral of her sisterinlaw MM CaUt WPCon neroMrs Wilson returned home ol1dIlY Miss Alice remained too the gilesl bf relatives Philip McKee of Chicago tame in last week on a hriof vipit to his sifter Mrs Alex Conner Ho was accompanied by Miss Hilda Erick on u younglady friend with was taking lirit1rtnutIiig having nov er been out ofifcjiicago before The bestwis1kof Dr Everett G Parry friends a t1Uiu- U Jan JI ft praetllihrmTIrrrllI- trv pa a graduate qJ the Ohio Deqtrt Irge of Gincin pol1iede cnn be He hsaito uncles in- he dental practice thcre4rs T IT and Gus B Cbopej X School oponediatiBsth Swmiriary Monday with an aljendnnce of 76 i42 in Mrs Turner M Perrys de parttncnt and 34 in lIrs Lee D Brothers That is a good start off and the attendance will lllfely inyf creaseThtcLAniEbLnrrEnsIteulal ning n the Owingsville po tofflce Sept 3 1901 Augiist Dollemeye Floyd Reeves Liney Ross ThoR M Morgan S D Barnes Persons calling for above letters please say Advertised J N BYRON P M DzxuJamesCarringtonof Carringtons Rock died Friday and was buried Saturday He was aged man and one of the best citizens in that section He followed farming and tanning Our South Side correspondent promises a full obituary next week JUST THEIR WdyThe boys were on tho rampage Saturday night A lot of mutton was abstracted from Bud Knoxs meat shop and carried away It was found the next day The royster era are said to have been country boys but they didnt mean anything by It CORRECTION There was a mis taken statement in lost weeks nr tide on the Owinga House In regard to King Louis Philippe France over being a guest in the mansion He was a guest of Col Owings at Slate Furnace but left this section before the Owings House was built Hon S C Bascom who Is perfectly familiar with the traditions of the family of his grandfather informed- us of the error last week when the edition was nearly run off too late to make the correction The mis take has long been current and has been published innumerable times THE K T CONCLAVE It is in teresting to hear Judge John A Ramsey describe the magnificence of the Louisville Knights conclave perhaps the moit gorgeous over held The dlcorationl- nnd illuminations were on a superb scale and the good nature courtesy and orderliness of tho vast crowds attending were eo near per feet as to excite unqualified com mendation and praise The grand parade of the many thousands of uniformed Knights in their costly costumes and the fiftyodd military bands composed of the crack mu sical organizations from all over the United States made one Of the most striking processions if hot the very finest ever witnessed It was no doubt an occasion so bril liant as to be almost bewildering and will ever be memorable to those 10 fortunate as to be present 4 t l I a s 116J Foil RENT Privileges of Forge Ill reunion to be given by Thos Clark Post No 36 G A non Sept 26 27 and 28 will be rented at Courthouse here the first Satur tiny in September to the highest and best bidder bidder to furnish everything but grounds 43t W W WiLL UIR Quartermaster REUNION At Crouch Grove in old reunion groutids at Salt Lick Kyon Thursday Friday ntid Saturday Sept 5 6 and Fly lug Dutchman Shows GdHd Speak ing Music by Olympia Hand Re freshments of all kinds Dinner served to Mexican soldiers and wive free Ice water fred For privileges see Taos WELLS Suit Lick KyIthink of buying a buggy read thip 10 nGwbuggies2 of them fine rubber tlrsl new IeatbortopI rockaway 5 painted buggies 3 secondhand surreyp and rockawnys will be sold at greatlyreduced prices fat the next 30 days Come and buy as this is a chance to save moneyI72 T S Two New CISTERNS Work on the two firedepartment cisterns one in frdht of the Presbyterian Cluircii and tub other in front ofI Dr A W Waidens residenceisI going right along and full of water the property own ers of the neighbbf will feel u sense of telief that will be wellj cjMoneyvested MALICIOUS ACT Satiirdny night a miscreant cut onO wire from two SlierIburnoRcynoldeville on the Bethel piker Then the same party took a bale of l woven wire and mild d fence of itj across the road stretching it tight ly and fastening it to the fence posts There are strong suspicions to who the patty ts ha will doubtlesS be arrested onceAN ATPUECIATKO PKKSENT iJlarisness that he used to prxctice v tfloiitljFoxforce yln l the past week by u ent of a banket very fine pea and us theveIed in tliclu they wili4iMi nmny yea happy tin whuh to ron to put hi Vi18ft uniln oblfjj to him f I En Itf n Mr Tho1 J SJjUnz oJ vmt wits injured oh waylay Wtj of Ins II- KT COl tfI nd jlitHtIe and three Indieii being escoftedtlif vehicle young gentluraanjfriend when burros too frighrnnd ran in wagon They were thrown mil Miss Alleewas rendered un scii ite Happily her injuries riot serious DENIES CHEOE Vunceli KyAua27John Jone indi at the sitting of ihoMny grand for murdering his father Ji Jones and who escaped and w few weeks ugo captured in Cin nuthand returned hci annour today that he wouldUli1 t tl ut the Circuit CoUrt i t conve bere next week Ho eaid I dont want the tT delayof a man charged vii jc del I want a trial at onot + and that trial will mean a triumphant vindication I nm simply tho victim ofan Unfortunate circumstance coupled witli tireless and vindictive enemies The only circumstance against me was that I was alone with my father when he suddenly died Ill prove that he was badly afflicted with heart disease and that his physician had warned him that another spree would kill him He was crazy drunk when he fell dead Why should I want to kill my fath er when I was a dutiful son as r will show I bad just given Up an excellent position in Huntington at bis urgent request so j be with him the few days he could live I was perfectly sober at the time and my father regardless of his physIcalonditlon1wa8 violent lyand insanely drunk Tft prove that Dr Welles the Coroner exhumed tho body and found no marks of violence on it After it was reburied my enemies demanded it be taken up ag4iin 1tbe face of the Coroners verdipt Dr Grimes took it up cut oft the head and carried it about with him In a hand satchel finally showing marks of violence on the back of the head In the face of the Coroners testimony who cares nothing about mo anyway where gota enemy o carried my fathers head around as he would a mineral specimen The wife of yoUng Jones who was separated from him testified before the grand jury against her husband Ho is a welleducated young man and is highly connected both by bloodand marriage nlgbtaloneboth were drinking and some hUttt ers testified that they heard a violent scuffle in the house and loud voices Special to Gin Com Trib formanyyenrRin smithing and wagonmaking at Wyoming and Salt Lick t 1H 2 i h H DEATII ofr Mus W P SaAftcr an illness bf a few week Mrs Ann Eliza Conner wife of Cnpt Wm P Conner died about nine oclock on the night of Thursday Aiig 29th of a derangement of the digestive organs The funeral took place from the residence at ten oclock Saturday morning Elder T B Howe con the services The inter ment followed ut the Owingsville Cemetery The pallbearers won H H Ewing W P Conner Jr Gen M Ewing Alex Conner F M Ewing Geo W Conner John F Conner and R II Conner Deceased wall h daughter bf Mi chad Wilson and was reared in the Stepstono neighborhood of this county She was wedded to Capt W P Conner July 17th 1855 After marriage they resided in this town except a few years o- nt e farm on Prickly Ash Creek Only thfro Of their children reached maturity Mollie wife of David Wood of Bardstown Ewing Con nero of this town and Annie wits of Hugh Cox of Bardstown Mrs Wood died in recent years Mia Conner was a hotnelovin woman and took more pleasure in managing her household than in the of8 She had fine business aptitude and everything under her direction went along with systematic regularity She was held in high regard and warm affection by her intimate friends and cutecmtd by a wide of friends and acquaintances decease is n sad blow to her husband and children Especially the aged husband already in delicate health is pathetically incon soluble in the loos df his beloved companion of nearly u half century family have the tenderest sym iithy in their grief for the depart lid wifQ and mother who was the dearest and best to them of all loved persona in th f I f iH IId t I Jk r ji f lKii raKoon EDITOR For the first time we were married Wednesday We have contemplated this step for some time but lack of funds has always prevented until we finally decided to get married and trust to Providence for the rest The subscription rates of the Record will remain at the same price Only the immediate rela tires wore present at the ceremony Our views on the money question will remain the saine only wo need more of itMuscotah Kan Record HAP Fiis Wren THE PARSoN A clerical friend of mine told men capital story ora Yale nina who was the stroke oar of his crew and the chief athlete oil the football field He entered the ministry arid spent years in missionary labor in the far West Walking one day through a frontier town a cowboy stepped up to him and said enougbCunThe minister declined Well he said parson you must have tome fun Heres a faro layout Taka a hand in the game Tho minister declined cowboyyouIIdie And he knocked the parsons hat off his head and hit him a whack on the ear The old athletes spirit rose the science which had been learned in the college gymnasium and forgot ten for a quarter of a century was aroused a blow on the Jaw of that cowboy that aet tbim sprawling in the street The parson walked over hut as if he had been A doormat picked him up and dusted the side of the house with him nnd then mopped up the sidewalk with his form As the ambulanco was currying the cowboy off he raisod his head feebly and said Parson what did you fool ma for You are chock full of fun i New York Times The Outlook and Daily Evening Post 385 i r1 i JBJ l f SCHOOL ESSATS An essay on Gladstone by a boy of eleven states everybodyho I irishmen he wauted the Irish to come to England and havo home rool but Mr Cbnmberlin says no so alers he gets his blud up antI killed Mr Parnell Mr Gladstone died with great respect and is hurled In Westminster with peaceful ashes Rather ambiguous is this de scription of Queen Elizabeth by another boy Qucen Elizabeth was a vurgin queen and she was never married She was sti fond of dresses that she was never seer without one dh silo was beautefull and clever with a red head and freckles ful1owlngisTennyson Concerning the poet laureate he writes Tenyson wrote butefull poims with long hair and- stUlHed so hard that lie sed motber- wi1l you please call mVfeirly dear his most greatest point is called the idle king he was made a lord but he w as u good man and wrote many poims he luved our dear Queen so much that he made a poim to her called the fairy queen Another boy wishes to become an editor In an essay oh The Choice of a Profession he gives lila reasons in these words A ed itur is always a happy man because hecnn read luvely tales and nrti ke1till day and pages Of luv poims a good editur has branes but it must be very sad for him having to read melankolle stories of love eo as to almost weep with tears in his eyes a editor is a rich man because he never pays for artlkles und so lots all this ihurlcct for nothing One could hardly put the follow ing idea of a certain youth on Honesty tb a practical use It is a noble thing to be an honest man If you ore a honest than you can look the world in its face and never bo ashamed of the devil it is good to be honest when some one is looking becaws yoU may geta reward I knbw tl churchwarding who is a Honest man who collects money on Sunday in his black clothes if you are honest wbeni you are ybung you may grow rich and then of lawS it dusnt In fThisHero i My hero Ismy father be cause he ia a ChrUtyUn clergyman my father says o my son gro up like your luther and rispect your sell because tobbody else will ris peel you Jam goin to be a cler l vjnnn itian mv father Sivs i bavenoISlmkeepttare IS hardly appreciat d hy ihe young hopeful whoI vrites Shakespeare was a famus oit and a poacher hfe wrote a lively piece called the tame shrew umblet and a scotch pc Ice called lacdoogle In Shakespeares timb nrae of the plaze was very rude ut now everything Is so polite- at a innocent father can take hIs ihy and it wont disgust it heledthnt oOneLongtowhLongfellowtI reat poem called the brik He Jutifully poemises in this wayo ood on a brik at midnight and gazed at the clock for an hour A boy mourning the loss of an uncle writes the following letter to his master Dear Reverend Sir I 1am enjoying my holidays and have only beet ill twice my unkle died t 1of being old in three days last weekand We have had a pleasant funeral I want to write in iny arithmetic sir as you sed but it would be wicked if I did it with a ded unkle My father says if I dont get a prize next term sorncie thing will happehIam sir Your b pupil JohnExehangec Tnt MAN WHO WON His Bri- oFuBnyremarked the roundfaced Iman who was giving a large order in a downtown restaurant the other day and be looked at the stranger across the table with a stalls that a invited conversation t anythinglII was just reading hero about a snpper to the oldest Mason down in 7 Kentucky Ever notice it It is ah u off paper that doesnt have some u thingabout the oldest Mason or the oldest printer Nothing surer unless it is the weather report and the market Quotations It remind ed me Something personal Sure You remember when they opened up Oklahoma and had a horserace sort of raffle to deter mine who should own the land Well I was in it That is I wasnt iu it I had o horse that could run away from an express ttain but I had never figured on the necessity of being a rider I got away like a shot out of a gun but itiiide of forty rods I took a Cropper andwas run over by the rest of the prpces lion I reached the main city thirtysix hours late and walking lame in every joint That very night they instituted a Masonic lodge and I was the first fellow initiated Three weeksjater I was in Don yer dead broke Mild doing more guessing than a mind reader I told a chap my story and he staked me ori a limited scale One evening while I xras digesting a toothIpick and studying the umn in a morning paper he stood i t s r A JEUCENEIUJINIHAN J MANUFACTURER OF FIRSTCLASS HANDMADE J SADDLES AND HARNESS 88fcL ii My saddles are the cheapest for they rldn the easiest look better and wear longer than any saddle made They are mado right here at homo add are hand matte I also factory saddles at tbcf lowest prices MY BUGGY HARNESS ARE lHECHEAl EST tot Aft Ate tfa Isafest to use wear the longest and look nice all tho I SOB put on a rnnchineinade saddle on my handmade harness and ball Y them hnndtnude I wilt save you money oh Slaculnomade Buggy Harness Boggy Whips and Dusters AxlerOil anti Washers Harness anUSoapalM Mail orders for saddles promptly filled I am Yours for the best saddles anti harnpss EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE Jr if i SAM P ATCHISON ifi1fF DRUCCIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCOS CIGARS frC r M D FARISSUCCESSOR TO PAXTON DENTON 1 ODderfaker ler rUPDIIUPeT 4T r MASONIC BLBG OWINGSVILLB J L HESS FUNERAL DIRECTORI COAL COAL fA- LL KINDS BEST SCREENED VIRGINIA LUMP KENTUCKY and CANNEL COAL R S CROSS riH K r = AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY It ICAPITAL A J HOME OFFICE 1i LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS j 0pJl1 y wIJ r1 r i UPULN- EWBUTCHERSHOP i L11 iP TJ ii r i 1 In The PocketNextDoor toli rbleJ CoT Owingsville Ky We Want your custom and will strive to please TELEPHONE 48 7= j inearby with a group of frittads a fid of them asked who I was Oldest Mason in a certain territory was the quick response and they all shouted The result was bet of 2000 and my patron won f course They do things on a big financial scale there Was he white enough todi videNot him lie made me take it- anDetroit Free Press A WATERMELON PAUADICRAs- he effort to colonize negroes in Li beria is not working satisfactorily it might be feasible to induce them to go to Messilla valley in Mexico where the largest watermelons are grown is said that a farmer in that valley had no wagon strong to take one to niarkotso head to cut slices out of it with a- rosscut saw as they were needed for home consumption But cub f them became too ripe it burst and wnefecd away all tho lower acres of his farm No lives were lost but much damage was done s the flood rushed down the iriga ion ditches This story is vouched for byan exchange whose editor wears sevenshooters in his belt Atlanta Constitution OLD JIPKQRYA drink that reaches spot and leaves no headache In the morning The real old Kentucky article For sale by S P Atchison OwlnRsvIlle Ky WALLflGE S GUDGELL- A TTYATLAW- Have removed my office to the Ewing building on Main street nnd will be glad to have iny Old clients to call 30tf We Need It TTE MUST HAVE IT All thoso indebted to us please call and settle We would not ask you were we not compelled to col lect to pity our debts S St ESSER TRY REX DANDRUFF CURE STOPS THE HAIR FROM FALL JNG OUT AND IVES1TNEW- Li FE Johnsons Barber Shop In cellar under Owingsville Batik ic Spociul attention palil to claD n anil trnniiiing ladios and chil yonrI j ii t To those who drink whisky f pleasure Harper whisky adds zestFiil p existence Tb thoso Who dr1akr t whisky for healths sake HarpSr whisky makes life worth lIvIng 1 Fold by J W Lane Owingsvillej Ky 3 one Hazelrlgg Olymplaar Spriniis Ky flCOMETOTH3 Palace Barber SboJfi In ilThe Pocket and 3 W R Johnson cfdeorgetown Who is an expert Falling of hair atd dandruff cured or B FRANK IIImGL J a SIMPS R NEWMAN IfLATELY OF ORANGE CITY hat topened out d yf J Drug Store at the Ragan Rotti 41 ON MAIN CROSS ST j iU4 FLEMINGSBURCKENTUCKYj 4 t And would be pleased to havo his fiS iJ 1 Bath Itowan and Flowing county V ricnUs Rive him u cult when In town CHICK StE S EIU1tSli IPENNYRYALLLS J 1BlTnkcno oUr Rffuv tlauffvroiu Milictl Intlooanucl luilluUun nuyocurDrisgtit or send 4o In aUmpH tot rartimlaimonlalx and Keller for l utl Turrrby iilDrnggtta return 3SaIU IQOOUTrmiinoniili CH10IIBSTEB CHEMIOAI CO f2100 BadJaon Square UILA PA IzhuuIhtDr a i Addras WILBUR B SMITH LEXINGTON KY f FordrcoUrofhlifamooiandncperabl j COMMERCIAl COllEGE OF KYtMlll I jKxyMtttoBiietenCiMt of Fall BmtncMi Lour Ineludia To tlon Bcoii aDd ar1lu family about 9X ortWdT W 1iIIdTtlegnphJ8peciaMiat rJlrdadgraMaTaotioa En ter now GndutMiqeoMl eujyjWILBUR u1rin r a r OwingsvilleOutlook- I OUTLODK PUBLISHING CO Publishers r OWIXGSV1LLE KENTUCKY SUNDAY AFTERNOONS From the window of the chapel softly sounds an orrfin rote 2 gloamingdriftingI And the quiet and the firelight and the I sweetly solemn tunrs L Bear me dreaming back to boyhood and Its jSuna afternoons hen we gathered In the parlor In the grandItI and sofas stood jsZ arrayed a gloomy band uacAnd the shells upon the whatnot In a dustless splendor stood Then the quaint old parlor organ with the vI tongueEtemed fervor as the sa runeAs sang the Rlad revival hymns Of the glory of Lbs story and the light no sorrow dims While the dusk grew even deeper and the evening rtttled down theItheIorzProm jhewlndos of the chapel faint and low the music diesw And the picture In the firelight fades he fore my teardimmEd eyes nut IIful fancy listening heart the Inigbtwind hum the tunes i That we there In the parlor on those afternoons In Saturday Krenlnc Post lRunda TO SERVE I By Charles M Sheldon Antlwr ofoom HIS STEPS IOHH KIKGS 4 s QUESTION CLASS EDWARD BLAKE Etc 5 tODrznall1IX1blt11realt5IItl4J I S CHAPTER HI CoxTixtED Mrs Ynne was nt home and wel jvt corned Barbara heartily Tm nil alone her and youre just olfj the jerson I want to sec Went to it811onyour mother yesterday She toior a month just as she feels I lint l that Thomas for xomc reason never heard of your fathers death Such things will happen oven in a world of newK patera and telegraphs I wiMit you to tell me all about yourself and your plans I dont believe you an lo a thing but I am ready to help qyouif youre the girl I think you are The Vanes always were proud and aristocratic people but if we have ever stood up for one thing more than another it was for honest labor in the I house or the field or the shop or any rt where I hate the aristocracy of doing nothing All my boys learned trade a nndtali my girls can cook just as well ls Vycan plaJ the piano and sonic of eth better Id rather cat their pic than hear their piano Sit right there cJearynnd be comfortable Barbara jiad not leeniir the house half an hour before she was deeply 1 in love with the lady of it After tin uiP1 hour had passed she was astonished at Mrs Vanes knowledge of human nature and her grasp of the subject orIt MTvanti and housekeeping problems generally People will tell you my dtar that 1 nm an eeeentrc ol J lady with a 0 1rtntlnbtlon untti The fact III I trto treat tlkm just as Christ taught us to 10 Thats the reason folks call me queer People that jy to do the Chrititlike tliintr in oll relations of life lucre always been called queer and alwajs will be Wlirn Barbara finally went nay after refusing nn urgent invitation to remain to tea she had matte an ar rangement with Mrs Vane to meet- with her and Mrs Wartl and a friend of both to talk over some practical plan for getting tins servants and the mehousekeepers together for a mutual k conference inla parties talking it over in a spirit of Christian love It never can be solved k wayCThe date fixed for the conference was two weeks from that afternoon and Barbara went back to her work- quite enthusiastic over the future and very much in love with the woman who was known to most of time members of Marble Square church as that eccen tric Mrs Vane s c The two weeks hail gone by quickly find Thursday noon at dinner in the Ward house Barbara was surprised to find when thc came in to serve ther first course that Alfred Ward had un r X expectedly arrived He had spent two months of his summer vacation with college classmates on the lakes and- S had returned sooner titan his mother- had expected to stay until the term opened again Arthur this is Miss Clark about choml have written you Mrs Ward Bald a little awkwardly J The young man looked at her with Interest and bowed politely Barbara returned his bow simply and did not 1 peak She felt a little annoyed as the meal proceeded anti she was called IInat different times She thought the was talking about her and that lIthecollege student had been asking questions Several times she was con rciouK that he was looking at her It sexed her although his look was al ways respectful The meal was almost over when ilrsI suddenly asked his wife 0 Thama you heard Martha that Dr Law had a stroke yesterday Very sud den It will result iu his leaving Mar ble Square pulpit- No How sudden What will the chnrchdo Mr Ward was silent a moment Bar bara was just going out She slack 4 rned her step almost unconsciously q4 I have no question they willcall a I Morton I j Will hecome f 1 thhik he will f C 001 wtid Alfred J4 Morton will be a success in JtMarble Square pulpit Mr Ward said lt positively d 5 t Barbara went out shutting the 1 kitchen door She did not hear Mr 1i42e i Wardsay If Morton goes on as he es tt has begun he will become one of thet ii iIIf greatest preachers thiscountry ever J rt kesaw 4It CHATTER iirJf O BS OF USE IX TUB WORLU j j When Barbara started that after noon with Mrs Wati fur Mrs Vanes I to meet with her In conference she had d 4 t rlJoplan pf any kind worked out even 1 in the vaguest outline She had told 4 C f Mrs Ward what Mrs Vane had said be 7 JSfore and asked her whether she was ifonUng to go with her Mr Ward wai ofF verywilling and Barbara gave her lI i rredit for being as much interested as i 1 YL any woman might bejxptrctrd to be in lrP r snytblug that was not even thought 1 e1tfar enough to be rightly called a Aatnl1cl= J i ir J7t r = j I i PV1 I 1i i l ftj S J 1 jJ + 1 fr I p t 7 p Mrs Tusse met them with her usual bright greeting and again Barbara felt the sharpness of her look Tve asked Hilda to come In for n little while this afternoon She doesnt want to stay very long and I had ruth er hard work to persuade her to citine at niL Shes shy Mrs Ward hows your ieadache Or ninybe this isnt your tiny for having our I dont woh youYotmreaches that I wouldnt venture to work for you short of ten dollars a week in advance 1 wonder Miss Clark has stayed as long as she has All this the old lady suit with as tonishing rapidity and with a frank ness that amazed Barbara nnd iiindc Mrs Ward laugh Miss Clark is learning tn put tip with me I think SIrs Wnrd said with a kindly look at Barbara who was pleasedO should think no said Mrs Vane looking sharply from nne to the other You dont either of you have many grievances I imagine Sit right there Hilda she exclaimed as the girl Barbara had met on Sunday came into the room You remember Mrs Ward and Miss Clark Hilda We met theta last Sunday Hilda tat down awkwardly in the seat indicated by Mrs Vane and there w ns n moment of embarrassed silence Hilda Will dressed to go out and liar tiara could not help wooden tug liov far he girl understood what the meeting was about She began to feel a little knowiuigjtustfrankly out across the lots of all pre liminaries by saying Sow then Hilda you know well enough what I asked you to cnmc in for We want to helplagalize what their work munIis amid what they lire worth to a familv and all that Hilda looked embarrassed and said nothing Itnrbarn came to the rescur- Dont you think the first thingwe need to do is to settle on some really simple plan by which we calm reach all tIme girls nllll let titvii ktuiuv whnt we propose to do You never tall do it Mrs Ward spoke with sonic emphasis It has been fried before by Mrs lice amid one or two others The fact is tIme girls do not rare to meet together fur any such purpose wronghutto discourage you hut you have set out on as hard a task as emer a lady under took The very people youR want to help are he very ours who dont want you bothering around Then perhaps we lund better start repliedltarhuaratRess and badness of the dragon as never before If you amid Mrs Ward and three or four more could Kilt we have no plan Mrs Ward spoke up rather quickly You will simply find that the women of Craw IInJidfasrare exceptions the help we generally get is incompetent and unsatisfactory IInJlenwere agreed upon Mrs Vane looked sharply at Bar barn and then at Hilda Hilda she said sharply but at the same time not unkindly tell us what you think Whats the matter with all you girls Whats the reason you arent all fullgrown angels like us 2lteke ersxBarbara etitmnrrireirmm iii ng thoughshe had been sitting so far with a growing feeling of discourage menti for Hilda she had evidently been lung enough with Mrs Vane to be used to her queer ways anti was not disturbed by her eccentricities She shuffled her feet uneasily on the ARTHUR TIllS IS MISS CLAIUf carpet and dug tIme point of a very bright red parasol into a corner of a rugI dont know Mrs Vane she final ly said slowly 1 have no complaint to make Xo but I have Xow you know Hilda you didnt half do your work right this morning and if1 hadnt come out into the kitchen the pud ding Mr Vane likes would have been burned to a crisp Wouldnt it Yes maam Hilda answered her face rivaling in color her parasol And yet you had time clock there before you us plain as day What were you thinking of 1 cant always be thinking of a pudding Hilda replied with more spirit than Barbara had yet seen in her There my child Mrs Vane said gently without a particle of impa tience or ill nature I dont blame you much I have let puddings burn myself when was a bride beginning housekeeping for Mr Vane We must make allowances for human nature that eat always be thinking of Iud dingsAt the same time said Mrs Ward with a trace of impatience in her tone somebody must think of puddings while they are baking We cant be excusing human nature all the time for carelessness and lack of attention to the details of service I think one great cause of all the trouble we meet in the whole problem is the lack of re sponsibility our servants lake upon themselves Out of a dozen girls that have been in my house within the last three years not more than two or mydishesdo when after repeated instructions and admonitions her girls persist in using dirty dishwater and putting things away on the shelves only half wiped We cant always be excusing them on account of human nature It may sound absurd but I have gone to bed downright sick many a time because my girl would persist in putting dirty dishes back into the pan try And poor Mrs Ward heaved a sigh as she looked at Mrs Vane who sat erect and sharpeyed before her Thats it r the gala iharply Bo nj 5 tf I sponslbllity Thats the Word JJuJ how get responsibility into a of people who have no common bond of sympathy or duty Xo esprit de corps The responsibility must grow out of a sense of dignity that belongs to the service As long us the service is regarded by those who perform it as menial nnd degrading the only thing wc can expect is shift lissnesj and alt Inck of responsibility Kcsponsiliility generally goes with slIjgIIIledBarharn like ownership can be grafted upon a servant girls work Xow I wouldnt dnre leave dishes dirty because of mj mothers training no mutter whose dishes they were lint I can easily see it is not very strange for girl to slight nny work in which she diet not feel any ownership Theres another thing Mrs Vant said lvi told Mrs Ward so several times She line always hnd n good deal of company and live in the family any way n good deal of the time She ought not to expect to get along with just one girl At the close of a lug supper it is almost halfpast seven The quickest girl cant wash up all the dishcx properly in Its than halt nn hour If sIte wants to go tout some where in tIme evening what Is more natural than for her to do the work in a hurry She has boivi at work al day since halfpast six Slit works longer hours antI for lss pay that young men in stores gt for clerli service that is not so important bj familyNowsome of his clerics downtown three times what be pays the girl at fiomt for almost twice the hours of labor Wouldnt it he better and cheaper in the long run Mrs Ward to hire twc persons III do your work at least for a part of the time Im inclined tc thillkII good ninnyof us expect tOG much of one girl We work them too ninny hours And we ought to remem her that for utmost of time time the work really is what must be called drudg cry One girl in the house almost kills me Two would complete the busi ness I am sure salt Mrs Ward smil ing at Barbara Sonic of what you say is very true hut am sure Mr Wnrd would never think of giving as much for the work in the home as he gives for clerk work in the store Anti why not if the service performed isas severe antI more than that as important to your peace and comfort and his own as well when he gets home I know a good many farmers who think nothing of paying out several hundred dollars every year on improved machinery to lighten their own labor on the farm lInt they think their wives arc crazy if they ask for an improved washing machine that costs 25 or a few kitchen utensils ol the latest style to save labor Thats one reason so many farmers wives are crazy over in Crawford county asylum Men expect to pay a good price for competent service in their business Why should they expect to get competent servants in the house for the price generally utTered dont think its the price thatI keeps competent girls away from housework Mrs Vane remarked Itarbara I have figured if out thatieven on four dollars n week at Mre Wards Ismuectmmort than I could possibly save if I worked for Bond man nt tire or even six paying out ol wllshingIfnuts was raised in Crawford to tenIdollars a week I doubt if tlut now in TTfltMtllVnild lnIIUUlrUonld leave their positions to cnloy house serviceI they would a good many of them anyway Mrs Vane re plied with vigor You can get al most anything if you pay for itIBut we must rememberMrs that the great majority of in Crawford cannot afford to such prices for houselielp You Yllnfj no idea how much trouble am paying my girls four or four half a week My neighbor they cannot afford that much tell me their girls become dissatisfied when they learn what we pay and very often leave because I pay my girls more than other hOllseketpersjThe whole question has as man sides to it as a ball ejaculated Mrg Vane rubbing her nose vigorous I think I shall finally go back tf the old primitive way of doing itiJ own work living on two meals a r1Ianti washing the dishes once uIneednt stay any longer Hilda you want to go ITo Be Continued TALE OF A MANILA BEAN A Traveling tgent tuua Afraid to Trout n Profemnlonnl Florlxt with It Quite an excitement has been ere ated in Kensing by so small a mattes as a bean says the Philadelphia lIce ord The bean was brought from Ma mla two years ago by a traveling agent for a large manufactory whc had seen a tree covered with beauti ful flowers und beans while traveling in Luzon and hud secured one of the pods Fearing that if he confided it to a professional florist he would lose the honor of introducing a new flower to Philadelphia he turned over the bean to a Kensington woman agree jug to pay one dollar a month for its care antI culture until it produced flowers The bean has been two years growing but is not yet over two inches in height Local botan ists say it is not a bean hut a date seed which has been planted in iris take The owner who paid 12 for one years board for the bean think the caretaker should now keep it for company but she says she has had three door bells worn out by curious visitors Recently the owner dug the plant up to see what the root looked like and found that while there were only three inches of stem and leaves a large 16inch pot was filled with fibrous roots He thought it would bra good plan to clip the roots since which time the Manila bean has been hut a little faded flower The caretaker asserts that In two years she has served the bean with 1400 gal Ions of water and taken 20000 step in carrying It around the house te give it the full benefit of sunshine It was as much trouble and care a baby only it did not cry at night Disciplined HIM Intr- A mule in a pack train which war usually loaded with salt discovered that by lying down when forcing t certain stream and allowing the salt to dissolve he could lighten his bur den The muleteer once loaded hut with sponges instead which nbsorboc c water when he lay down in tin stream and made his burden fourfold heavier The mule was cured of his smartness Chicago Journal The Cmunf Circus MaoEger Whats all the ro f in the dresstItroom AttendantOh the man who walkc barefoot on swords ran a splinter in liLa foot Ohio SttU JourpaU r 4s1JMMEi SERMON Disciii i Full of the Breath of Hills and Fields Ilr TnltnnKt A Pillion HI Text to the World In AVhUli Wo Ilvr The Ami of Olive llrnnrliri In Iery Iny rlfe ICopyrlght by Louis Klopsqb N YJ This discourse of lr Talmage is full of the breath of the ills anti fields and iII summer serinoa text Xeheniiah viii 13 to forth unto the mount and fetch olive branches and pine branches and myrtle branches and palm branches and branches of thick trees to make booths It seems as if Mount Olivet were unmoored The people have gone into the mountain antI btvc emit tuft tree branches anil put them on their shoulders aiul they count forth now into the streets of Jerusalem and the house lops and they twist onI tree branches intl arbors or Then the people cOllie forh their comfortable homes anj dwell for seven days in these booths or arbors Why do they do that eII it is a great festal time It is the feast of tabernacles anil these pen pIe are going to celebrate the desert travel of their fathers antI their de liverance frota their troubles the ex perience of their fathers whet travel ing in the desert they lived is lionths on their way to the land of Canaan And so these booths also became hig- hsuggestiveily will not say they are necessarily typical but highly sug gestive of our march toward Heaven fluid of the fact that we are only liv ing temporarily here as it were in booths or arbors on our WilY to the Canaan of eternal rest Aiil what was said to the Jews litcrly may be said figuratively to all this au dience Ho forth unto the mountain and fetch olive brandies nail pine branches and myrtle branches palm brandies and brandies of trees to make booths thitkI Yes we tire only lucre in n porary residence We are marching on The merchant princes who used to live in Bowling Green Xev York have passed away and their rest deuces are now the fields of cheap merchants Where are time men who years ago owned lVasmiuigomm and New York 1assed on Thee is no use in our driving our stakes too deep into the earth we arc on the mar h The generations that have preceded us have gone so fur on that we t yoiind of Ibel ore not anti boo stuuu lint bra 1mcmy iiho Dnit brth n it it t i r 7 jI r j i r 1 fc f i 4 between iliatween elephant and swine thaTTthere is hostility between holiness and sin And if God is mill holiness and we are all sin there must be a treaty there must be a stretching forth of olive branches There is a great lawsuit going on now and it is a lawsuit which man is bringing against his Maker That lawsuit is now on the calendar It is the human versus the Divine it is ini quity versus the immaculate it is weakness versus omnipotence Man began it God did not begin the lawsuit We began it We assaulted our Maker and the sooner we end this part of the struggle in wnich the finite attempts to overthrow the infinite and omnipotentthe sooner we end it the better Travelers tell us there is no such place as Mount Calvary that it is only a hill only an insignificant hill but I persist in calling it time mount of Gods divine mercy and love far grander than any other place on earth grainier than the Alps or the Himalayas and there are no other hills as compared with it and I have noticed in every lect where the cross of Christ is set forth it is planted with olive branches And all we have to do is to get rid of this war etween GotU 11111tiredwar we want to get rid of this hasI tility All we have to do is just to get up on the mount of Gods bless ing and pluck these oliye Branches and wave them before Peace through our I prd Jesus 1Ohdiffer- ence what the world thinks of you but come into the warm intimate glowing and everlasthuig relationshipI uivenellThat Christ Why if we lund gone on in 10000 years of war against God we could not have captured so much as- a sword or a cavalry stirrup or twisted off one of the wheels of the chariot of his omnipotence But the moment we bring this olive ranch God and all Heaven come on our side Pence through our Lord Jesus Christ and no other kind of pence is worth anything But my text takes a step further and it says Go into the mountain and fetch olive branches and pine branches and palm branches Now the palm tree was very much honored by the ancients It had 303 different uses The fruit was conserved the sap was a beverage the stems were ground tip for food for camels The bop 9t1eave was turned into J 8hL I fd H hats antymats anti baskets anti from highestleargrew 85 feet In height sometimes anti it spread leaves four anti live feet long It meant usefulness and it Jcant victory usefulness for what it produced anti victory because it was hrotight into celebrations of triumph And oh how mitch we want the palm branches in time churches of Jesus Christ at this time A great many Christians do riot amount to anything You have to shove theln off the trill to let the Lords chariots come along I know the old plan was the plan now is in regard to worldly invest ments you hear it merchants tell yomuclo not pu everything into one thing do not put all your eggs into yoitittbetter give your all to God and then get ill yourself Oh says sonic one My business is to sell silks anti cloths Well then my brother sell silks and cloths to time gloryof nod And some one says My business is to raise corn and carrots Then my brother raise corn antI carrots to the glorytf Godtmmtl sonIC one says My business is to manufacture horseshoe nails Then manufacture horseshoe nails to the glory of God There is nothing for you to do that you ought to do but for the glory of God Usefulness is typified by the palm tree Ahwe do not want in the church any more people that are merely weeping willows sighing into the water standing and admiring their long lashes in the glassy spring Xo wild cherry dropping bitter fruit We want palm trees holding something for God something for angels something for man I am tired anti sick of this flat tame insipid satin slippered nambypamby hight ighity religion It is worth nothing for this world and it is destruction for eter nity live me 500 men and women fully consecrated to Christ a 1111we will take this city for God in three years Give me 10000 men and ChristiallIstanllarll gut We all want to be useful There is not a man in the pews that does not want to be useful When are we going to begin Ledyard time great traveler was brought before the geographical society of Great Britain and they wanted him to make some explora tions in Africa und they showed him all the perils and all the hard work and all the exposure and after theJI had told him what they wanted him to do in Africa they said to him SLetlyardwhcmt are you ready to Icsaid Tomorrow morn Ilie learned men were aston They thought he would taker months to get ready Wei1 iti tell me you want to be i Christian service When are ig to begin Oh that you e decision to say Now now f5 nto time utinttnt and gather branched e palm branch also meant You all knw that In all nil lands the palm branch Well now we arc by servants of satan lierot lots hij eye on us Incf us But word conies Father that if Ve will try loose from thjs doing of r Father will help us and iiJlk tv our heel on Jllj in the we say Vu ryvictory Jour Lord Jesus thrist Oh sinrr backs Blessed is he whose ession is forgiven and whose fvercdsays How about the says the man I feelt Iand wornout with the ail tot life You are going to be han conqueror But says thetjam so tempted I am so pur You are going to be than conqueror I who have y ailments and heartaches go be more thanconqucror Yesl you are so selfconceited pant to manage all the affairs faurself instead of letting God te them Do you want to drive iirv God take a back scat Oh no you say want God to be my lender Well then you will be moreI than conqueror lour last sickness will conic and the physicians in the next room will be talking about what they will do for you What difference will it make what they do for you You are going to be well everlastingly well And when the spirit has tied time body your friends will be talking as to where they shall bury you- What difference tloes it make to you I where they bury you The angel of the resurrection can pick you out of the dust anywhere und all the cemeteries of the earth are in Gods care Oh you arc going to be more than conqueror lo you not think we had better begin now to celebrate the coming victory In the old meeting house at Somerville my father used to lead the singing and he had the old fashioned tuning fork anti he would II strike it upon his knee and then put the tuning fork to his car to catch the right pitch and start the hymn Hilt friends do you not think we had better be catching the of the everlasting song the PitChI ietor when we shall be more beIIarmy more neither shall the sun light on them nor any heat For the Lamb which is in the Jnist of the throne shall feed 4hem and shall lead them to living fountains of waters and God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes But then we must have that other olive branch with man Now it is very easy t2getup a quarrel There are gunpowdery all around us and one niatch of provoca easyIIliad not you better make an apology Had not you better submit to a little humiliation Oh you say until that man takes the first step I will never be at peace with him Xothing will be done until he is ready to take the first step You are a pretty Christian When would this world be saved if Christ had not taken the first step We were in the wrong Christ was in the right alt right and forever right And yet lIe took time first step And instead of going and getting a knotty scourge with which to whip your antagonist your enemy you hau better get upIon the radiant mount where suffered for His enemies and just take an olive branch not stripping on the soft cool fragrant leaves leavnf them all on and then try on i f them tliat Gospel switch It will not liuft them und it will save you Peace be with God peace with man If you cannot take those two duo trines you mire no Christian Blest bc the tie that binds Our hcSrts In Christian love The fellowship of kindred minds Is like to that above From sorrow toUjUKi pain And sin we shall be free An11perfect love and friendship reign Through all eternity Butt my text goes further It says Go up into the mountain and fetch olive branches and pine branches Sow what is suggested by the pine branch The pine tree is healthy it is aromatic it is evergreen How often the physician says to his invalid patients Go and have a breath of time pines That will invigorte you Why do such thousands of people go south every year It is not merely to get to II warmer climate but to get the influence of the pine There is health in it antI this pine branch of the text suggests the helpfulness of our holy religion It In fumliof health health fat all health for the mind health for the soul knew an physIcalcases you could imagine lie did not eat enough to keep a child alive He lived on a beverage of bosannas He lived high for he dined every day with the King He was kept alive simply by the force of our holy rcli religionlmeahtimy healthyforhealthy for the spleen healthy for the wholaman It gives a man such peace such quietness such independ ence of circumstances such holy possesseditit is healthy if a man gets enouughof it Now there are some people who get just enough religion to bother them just enough religion to make them sick hut if a man take a full pinrbranches undyingimmortalHut this evergreen of my textalo suggests the simple fact that religion is evergreen What does the pine branch care for the snow on its IoryTheevergreen tree branch is as beautiful in winter as it is in the summer yiholyest winter of misfortune anti disaster it is as good a religion as it is in the bright summer sunshine Well now that is a practical truth For suppose if I should go up anti down these aisles I would not find in this f house 30 people who had hindno trouble Hilt there are sonic of you who have especial trouble God only knows what you go throughwith Oh how many bereavements how ninny poverties how mummy persecu lions how many misrepresentations And now my brother you have tried everything else why do you not trybthis evergreen religion It Is just good for you now as It was in the dayof prosperity It is better for you Perhaps some of you feel almost like Muckle Backie the fishier P man who was chided one tiny be cause he kept on working although lint very tiny he burled his child They came to him and said It is indecent for you to be mending that boat when this afternoon you buirie- dyotmrj1jLLntithi inn looked s jnu gentlefolks to y intlie house with your handkerclfcTf to your eyes in grief but sir ougit I to let the other five children starve because one of them is drowned Xo sir We maun work we mann work though our hearts beat like this hammer You may have had accumulation of sorrow antI misfortune They come in flocks they come in herds upon your soul and yet I have to tell you that g his religion can console you that it can help you that it cant deliver you if nothing else will Do you tell me hat the riches and the gain of this world can console you How was it with time ecclesiastic who lint such a I fondness for money that when lie was sick he ordered a basin of gold pieces brought to him nnd he put his gouty hands down among the gold pieces cooling his hands off in them arid the rattle and rolling of these gold pieces were his amusement ands entertainment Ah the gold anti allaver the honors the emoluments of this world are a poor solace for a perturbed spirit You want some thing better than this world can give A young prince when the children came around to play with him re t fused to play He said I will play only with kings Anti it would be supposed that you would throw away all other solace before this regal sat t isfaction this imperial joy The hill of ZIon yields A thousand sacred sweets Before we reach the heavenly fields Or walk the golden streets City of eternity to thy bridal halls From this prison would I flee Ah slory Thats for you and me My text brings us one step further lit saJsuGo forth into the rnouftt pineibranehespalm branches and branches of thick trees NOW you know very well make this remark under the head of branches of thick trees that a ilightIllast of the tempest would prostrate mllstIbuilding of the arbor for this worM we musthave stont brandies of thick trees And so It is in the Gospel ar bor Blessed he God that we have a brawny Christianity not one easily upset The storms of life will come dooIa hty an Gospel These arc the stout branches of thick trees Yell my friends you see I have omitted one or two points not he cause I forgot to present them hut because I have not time to present them I shown you here is the olive branch of peace here is the pine branch of evergreen Gospel con solation here the palm tree branch of usefulness anti of victory anti here are the stout branches of thick trees The Gospel arbor is done The air is aromatic of Heaven The leaves rustle with the gladness of God Come into the arbojoine into the booth I went out at different times with a fowler to the mountains to catch pigeons anti we made our booth and we sat in that booth ansT watched for Jhe pigeons to come And we found flocks in the sky end after awhile they dropped into the net and we were successful Ko t come now to the door of this Cofe booth I look out I see flocks of souls flying hither and flying thither Oh that they might come like clouds and as doves to the window C me into tie booth Come int the booth lJffJ it j o STORY OF TOUGH LUCK Southern Brother Who Slave TwIst Sliised Great Fortunes In BorIng for OH There are two men in Texas who swearinghetweencinnati Enquirer correspondent The two men nre brothers and they misled a fortune They owned the mind on which the famous Lucas gusher was struck at Beaumont Tex antI gave it up only a short time before the fortunate owner struck him bonanza They settled on the land about a year ago anti thrilled for oil At n depth of about 700 feet the strucka flow of ten or fifteen barrels a day nail then sat down to rest nUll enjoy their income Ten barrel a day wasnt much and they finally got tired and went to Silver Lake tc see If they couldnt do better They gladly disposed of their Beaumont highlylargerflowbusy congratulating themselves on their good luck time Lucas well was sunkon the former property to a dis lance of MOOfeetnndthebiggestgush erever known was struck If those two brothers had gone down or 70C feet more they would have been worth millions today instead of plug Ring along with a little old 20barrel well ruperiencithesome land in West Virginia and cleared ofT the timber making quite n tidy sum They sold the land for a few thousand dollars and went to Texas to hunt for oil Iron was this covered on the West Virginia land shortly after they disposed of it and 5 1000000 wouldnt buy it now These two men certainly have cause to be wail their Ium- chcMEXICANCHOsT STORY Woman Who Unit rirrn trcnrdnl n Head fur Five Years Cnnrvitaes lit n Prlml A curious story comes from a small town in the state of Piiebla reports a Mfxico correspondent of the Mem phis Commercial Appeal A mission Dry priest named PatrePimentel stay Ing there stated in a sermon he preached that he was visited by a named Daniel Diaz who begged to go to his house and confess his sister who had been death five years antI who had appeared to luau be seeching hun to call on the mission aries to assist lien out of purgatory The padro says that despite the ears which were aroused by this strange request he determined to go and took for his companions Mariano Mellado and two sacristnncs On reaching the house which was a gloomy place he was conducted to a cheerless room where he seated him self and immediately became aware of a floating Taporous figure while at he same linrt he heard creaking of ones Time vrctcheil young woman made her confession and on being absolved disappeared suddenly The padre states that time nwful ex enience brought on a severe illness but that since his recovery he has de termined to make the fact known that others may not be exposed to tIme same long durance In purgaJory for want of absolution The news of this occurrence has thmjtnissionn1 GIRL MANAGES BRICKYARD Sbe Masters Every Hptnlf ot the tluaiuca nil Slake Money nl It Perhaps OwensboroKyhas the only young lady in the country who is en aged In tInt business of manufactur ing brick and who can lay brick as rapidly as any man anti do any kind of work in connection with the man ufacture and use of brick that a man can do and perform it as rapidly Sues Miss Ida Hafner and operates an extensive brick manufacturing plant in the lower end of the city She has been known to tUg and cart the clay for 3000 bricks in a day and to wheel and set 10000 bricks in a day She is assisted by her mother and a younger ister and many of time residences nd business houses of the city were built with brick made by them About four years ago the husband and father who had built up the largest brick industry in the city died and left a widow anti two daugh ers Miss Ida took up the where her father left it anti has eoni ducted it with marked success She anti her mother aid the younger sis er have built their own home which is a handsome structure they are rapidly accumulating money and nroperty CANDY CATHARTIC SWEETEN THE OMACZ1 VEGETABLE LIVER TON1J MILD BUT SURE BOON FOR MOTHERS CURE CONSTIPATION NEVER SOLD IK BULK She Knew Amos Keeter She was a very talkative old aunty and her memorwas remarkable Her nephew ofbothSay amity he put in when he found an cpenIn in the old ladys continooug chain ot reminiscences did you ever know the Bkeeter family that used to live around here somewhere Knew em all cried the old lady with out ftjokerAmos Keeter cried the old lady again prtyhuesdear houhiis name does call up the gooj old times Arid then the wicked nephew had to go out behind the woodshed to laugh Cleve land Plain Dealer lienero lie has married a fortune but he a too generous to keep it long Yes Why even his wife has only to ask him for money and she gets itDetroit Free Press A Itrnnonnlilr Query Johnnie Wuz Samson strong bccoz ha had such long hair Father Yes my son mawOhioUnite Proper Subbubs I hear the small farmers out our about their truck- patches Wonder why they call them patchesCitimanWhr not Theyre sewed en you know Philadelphia Press lnnf to trove Ifa man wants to know definitely just what kind of a peg he is square or round there is only one way lie must get into a hole Philadelphia Press WV bltOL5 5 uatoa MADE rorMoronaQaarterofaCetThe and 3350 shoes for style comfort and wear has excelled alt other makes sold atthese prices This excellent reputation has been won by merit alone w shoes have to give better satisfaction than other 930O and 3350 shoes because hist reputation for the best S30O and 93CO shoes must be maintained The standard has always been placed so high that the wearer receives more value for his money in the W L Douglas J3OO and 3CO elsewhereWLand 3JO shoes than any other two manufacturers I Douglas fOO Silt Edge Uncannot tt equalled at any rrfcr W L Douglam S3O0 and 93SOmhoom mro made ot Ike urns Mflt grad leathers used la 9S mad ACM and aro Just cs good Sold by the best shoo dealers everywhere Insist upon having W L Douglas shoes with name and price stamped on bottom OoodushoeItnT Shoa eimi anrwbere en cries 1a1 TSS aj ca a lUon lforSnl Mr puitlizt qul H Ultlorn nude boa In nc aexr Tike nauonnwau ot C 0 V toot ii ibown on model Mats tZyIedikedmtzeaadw5t2m EDUCATIONAL TIIE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE BAME NOTRE DAME INDIANA FULL COURSES In Classics Letters Eco nomics and History Journalism Art Science Pharmacy Law Civil MechanIcal and Eke incaS Engineering Architecture Thorough Preparatory and Commercial Courses Rooms Free to all Students who have corn pieCed the tludiev required for admission fate the Junior or Senior Year of any of the Collegi ate Courses Rooms to Rent moderate charge to stndentl over seventeen forColleziate Courses A limited number of Candidates for the Eccle 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pure and ricta and make clean skin and beautiful corn plesJon tone the stomach and bowels and stir tip the lazy liver They do not merely icften the stools and cause their discharge but strengthen the bowels and put tfcero Into lively healthy condition making their ac tion natural never grip norgrlpe They act quietly pos itively and never cause any kind of uncom fortable feeling Taken regularly they make the liver act regularly and naturally as It should They keep the sewerage of the body properly movlncrand keep the system clean Increase the flow of milk In nursing moth ers If the mother eats a tablet It makes her milk mildly purgative and has a nullti but certain effect on the baby In tills way they are the only safe laxative for the nursing Infant taken patiently persistently will cure any form of constipation no matter how old or how often other remedies have failed They are absolutely guaranteed to cure any case or purchase money will be cheerfully re funded cost lOc ISc a box Samples sent free for the asking Vfe publish no testimonials but sell Castrarets on their merit under ab solute guarantee to cure Buy and try a box today or write us for freesamples and booklet Addna memo BESOT to oncico r snr tote DUIAD will be paid to any reader of this paper who will re IIIuu It TV tfJ port to us any attempt of substitution or sale of something just as good when Cabarets are called 4- tcr a futn1i eyIdece upon wliicliweQaaccnYirt M corrssjiondeac condeti4 d r G c t C 1 i STATE NEWS PICKUPS iif 1It k i itSTRANGE SIGUT I z iAr tV riert Knight Clmnril it ml CmiRlit- It J Colored AVoinnn Who Hni- lUralilinl IIU lure t VtotiiaIIIc Ky Aug OTIie sight I Ifa plumed knight chasing wildly through the streets with n large black keepIan Seventh street near Main Out I on the street they flew resembling yriin death pursued by a templar Finally the knight overhauled the fii 5itive nml nn uptodate policeman landed her under the city hall clock at the Central police station The knight was Sir C M Valter of New York who was pawing an alley 4VnSeventh Mreei near Main when two Negro women stepped out and J seized him while one thrust her hand into his inner coat pocket and took ant his wallet containing C7 n 1 Sir Knight Walter seized the worn i in who handed his pocketbook to the other who lied The Sir Knight was i fleet of foot and the chase resulted as dcKoribed The woman Gertrude Brown was held under Si 000 bond THE POWERS CASE 1AR Ivnhn Who AVnn Attorney l or tloclicl In lie Content Cgicej lIellt to Defend PoVcrIO Frankfort Xyiig aFroll1 an authoritative source comes the in formation that Aaron Koliii a Icailu t lug criminal layer of Louisville is I considering a proposition to act as i counsel for Caleb Powers in his NtlnI f lngJrial The trial will loe held in I Georgetown probably next October Mr Kolin was counsel for Villian I Goebel in the contest cases and has Vteen for a long time prominently a ii identified with the democratic ImrtIllobcrt Kincaid of Louisville and Judge J C Sinmis of ixott county tlawyers for Caleb Towers were here I Friday to consult with ilr Powers VVl3oth expressed themselves as san jjinne os to the outcome of the case ivit stated there was nothing signifi VV cant in their visit HO MEETING AT LEXINGTON 5V VV The nnnners Are Not Ilalile to He Seen on the Old lienlaeJICourse This rnr- Lexington Ky Sept 2 The out look for n fall running meeting here Is decidedly dark In fact the state Tillilt that there will be nothing doing- vhh the gallopers at the Old Ken- tncVy association course this year ceinsfperfectlysafe It takes money nod horses to make A race meeting There is a scarcity of both in this locality just now The moneyed j propositions in this vicinity are the l bleeders antI they are not dispose to back a race meeting at this sea 5 son for the reason that they do not rare to antagonize either the Turf clubIirules ot one or tVe other VCI1tCTflJ Tas llulbert and her 8yearold son Willie Were precipitated into a cistern at j the rear of their home on Third street Hn this city resulting in the probable death of the child and a severe frac f f turc of one of the limbs of the moth tIt er The accident was caused by the giving way of a pair of steps leading down to the cistern lionlsrllle Tobaeeo Market Txulsvillc K Aug 30Tbe to 1 bacco market was weak Tliurs lay Good stuff went begging lower t grades holding better Colory grades Vhept up fairly well The total otter ir ings were 734 hhds of which 513 i were burley and 186 dark Original SV jf inspections G41 reviews 93 rejec I tions J34 VV KonKIit With n Marshal Bnrdwcll Ky Sept 2In attempt ing to arrest an unknown Negro hereo Sunday morning Marshal Thomas i Warden was shot through the shoul del and seriously wounded Warden a fthen fired two shots killing the Nc 4pro instantly Warden will probably L recover The Negro was wanted for a trivial offense 4V iBolb Will Die- f lfopkinsille Ky Sept 2Xenr Gra ey Henry Dade surprised his wife 1 und Charlie Watkins whom he had I room1tat each other Both received wounds I vrhch it is believed will result in 4death IFII a Dlroree Suit- S VVV Ky Aug 31N P Blankenship a prominent planter Vfilcd suit for dhoree Friday The pe tition alleges his wife was unduly a VVV intimate with John Blankenship a crelatin r KiSUerlff Collins Dead VV Frankfort Kj Aug lOW Leslie 1 Collins former sheriff of this county Srndat one time a prominent race librse owner died at his home in thisI H i county Thursday His oldest daugh ter Mrs George Kendrick lives in rPV Newport Ky f r Sentenced For Life v Willlamsburg Ky Aug WJohn a and Charles ShotwcII charged with complicity in the Corbin riot and the f killing of Sutton Farris were sen tenced to the pen for life This is the third trial for each of the men VFraakfort Girl Mlsslna a 1 Frankfort Tvy Aug l111iss Julia Grimes aged 17 daughter of John W 4 f Grimes has been missing since Au r n gust 22 circus day in Frankfort Her 7j father and Officer JIarrod followed t fd j the circus but so far have failed toI locate her l Will fore For Oil 4 Albany Ky Ang 30 Tliere is no r stop in the oil boom in this county The Albany Oil and Gas Co has 4 organized here and will bore beenI O cm Indian creek in the t i 1 part of this county nt an early l1atel SV Cork Leg Cut Off 1T v Frankfort Ky Aub29Capt J i J l j Lv Abbott an old confederate soldier 1 who has charge of the elevator in the t7r executive building here got his foot caught between the moving elevator J and the floor The leg was cut off t However it was a cork leg Otherwise r j 1 he was not much hurt rr 8torua4 In LetcUer County t lt Sergent Ky Aug 29A severe rain and electric storm did great dam age in Letcher county to crops an 1 iAL small buildingg Tbc streams are Gf 1 0 banksJ wtcc l tLir 11 riIi t S IjI c r wlI9t 4IrA1 rii1iJ1Ij r L III t tf O rifr11J4t 7 r 4 4 It ttr it il J a p c rA 1 tL or tIi CONFESSED A CRIME Hour IMlolrll n XetRhliiir to AVhrrr the llinil Unity lny suit Tlirn Dlnnpprnrrtl 1owliug Green Ky Aug ltIiaq V Savcry of this city and h Ittuu left here in n buggy together About Jio lIdlllk1lInl appeared at the house of Tim Cherry anti announced that he had killed Savcry anti asked Cherry to go hack with him up the road HI did so and Savorys dead body was found in the road with four bullet holes in the right side of the bead intliik Italic failed to give any account of tin killing and shortly afterward disappeared and is still ut large Savorys body was brought here and awaits the coming of his father a av lr IInd teal tstnll agent of T pelo Miss The dead man also leaves wife anti daughter at Winchester Cy lie vas reared at Tupelo hut has lived in this city for several years EXAMINATION RECORD IIa Slirn of Clivlnctnn Get Cite Illcliotl AvrrrtKi Kmivrii In lllllifiill Tent Frankfort Ky Sept 2Nis Kiln Slur of Covington completed hllI examination for a state diploma anti- ttttitCtl the highest marl ever made ii this examination Miss Sheas general average wai 97 117 In subjects she made liti The exaniiua nation is the most difficult of all state school examinations Any OttO pass nz it does not have to tithe any more examinations The studies in which Miss Shea was examined Ire all com mon school branches and six othci sits of quest in higher mathemat ics botany psychology and others ol a like nature Miss Shea was examin by Superintendent of Public In struction II V MrChcsney whc sjHaKs iii highest terms of her ability THE COURT CATCHING UP September Docket of the Court of Ai rnlx Shown 3HI AppcHrnnce- Cn r For Fall Term Frankfort Ky Aug l1The Sep leather docket of the court of appeals which went to the printer Friday shows 301 appearance eases for the fall term These with the submit ltdand unsubmitted cases already on file niake a total of 1000 eases now before the court Four years ago at this time there were 1800 cases on hand showing that the court is gradually catching upwith its work Fire nt IonlnvlU Louisville Ky Aug tThe enam cling shed the enamel mixing mill anti part of a warehouse of the Ahrens Ott plant of the Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Co were burned Friday afternoon by a fire whicn is thought to have started from a spark from a boiler grate fnllilTin oil waste The loss is 50 Insurance 80 per cent Tlirrc Ilannwny Girl Hlfiimojid Ky Aug IOThe three runaway girls Any Fredrick Lillta Farrfn and Polly Ann Whitt who es capee Sunday from the state reform atory near Lexington were arrested lucre as they stepped from nn L N train and taken back to the institution llnycd tiny Yearling Lexington Ky Sept 2Milton Young has sold to T P Hayes on private terms the following year lings Chestnut filly by Lamplighter out of Jean by Longfellow hay filly by Onondaga out of imp Petervillc by Peter hay or brown filly by Onon darn out of Nirvana by imp Saxon Jttny Sue Arthur Uurltrl Frankfort Ky Sept 2lt is high ly possible that if Arthur Goebel who inherited the large estate left by William Goebel does not pay Aaron Kohn and the heirs of the estate left by the late Zach Phelps the money owing them for legal assistance to his broth er in the contest ease he will be sued Large StocU Sale Lancaster Ky Aug 31Jule Frank of Cincinnati bought for the United Beef Co of New York of W S Beasley 1S2 cattle and of Gibbi Brothers 150 head Hie avcragi weight was 1600 pounds and thi price was 533 to 350 Stratton n inert For Mayor Louisville Ky Sept tTh repub Bean partyof Louisville anti Jeffer son counh lucIda convention and- uominatel John A Stratton fox mayor Carter tIny An Jntcrrnt Lexington Ky Sept 2John S Barbee has sold a half interest in Boones Creek stud to C H Carter Athens Ky The farm will be conducted as formerly by Bbrbce Co Death of Zack Phelp Louisville Ky Aug 30achIhelps a prominent lawyer of Louis ville died Thursday night of Pitch mania complicated with heart trou ble Mr Phelps drew the ten year agreement of the National BasebIJ league Fatally Stabbed By hut Brother Sal ersiI1t Ky Sept 2Neai Licking Will Blanton n well to do farmer was fatally stabbed by hit brother They were sons of J L Blanton a leading politician of the county Strike Good Oil Well Monticello Ky Aug 30The Penn sylvania Oil Co ten miles east of Monticello at a depth of 400 feet has 100 feet of oil standing in a well Wil litim Kcndrick with a oneninth in tcrest In the farm is offered 300 for his interest in royalty Dy Shooting ISIIIldrel Aug of 31JameiS position dry goods store committed suicide Friday by shooting himself through the head Continued illness was the cause Steward Offered Frankfort Ky Aug 1O111C gov ernor offered a reward of 200 for the arrest of Burt Bush wanted in Car ter county for murder and 200 re ward for A J Coburn wanted Breathitt county for murder of a Miss Bradley two years ago Poa Office Safe flown Owensboro Ky Aug 30On going his store at Griffith this county Ito M Williams found his safe blows and robbed of 150 and tin post 11open robbed of 25 Postmaster ViI baa notified tie department t HE KN IQHffEItA H B Stoddard of Texas Elected Grand Commander Krnnk II Tliomnn nittnrrd Jnnlor Cirnnd Wnrdennhlp The cit Cnnelnve Will lie llrld In sits Frnnrldrn In lull Louisville Kyutg 27The 2Mh triennial cornlate of the Grand Juii llmlII nt of Knights Templars bligun here Ftest1iyhIt is estimated that 40000 SirIKnights were in line when the lugi parade moved nt 930 a m Tuesday headed by Maj John 11 Leathers the grard 11rthaljThis pageant extended over n uteI of four miles mill was the crowning gloryof the conclave Knights tern plars from nearly everyiiook and cranny of the country Including e11IHonolulu were in IlnliLouisville Ky Aug Slhr key to the citysbas formally turned over to the Knights Templar byulayor Weaver Tuesday afternoon When the formal welcome to the knights was extended by Judge lIar ker of Louisville acting for Gov Ieckham and exCongressman W C 1 llrcckinridgc the mention of his name elicited applause Col Breckinridgc delivered the chief address at this function Grand Master Lloyd responded briefly It was so late when the programme was completed that there was little time for the actual business of till grand encampment Louisville Ky Aug 20 Colorado Coiumandery No of IJemor before an admiring throng of ISOOO people and under the critical eyes of a board of judges composed of three regular army oflieers and a representative of the Knights Templar Wednesday cajv hired first prize in the competition drill trains from commanderies of the knights St Bernard No 35 the lay orite with the majority of spectators captured second place while Gold n Gate No Ifi of San Francisco anti Hansclninn No IIi of Cincinnati came in for third and fourth primi respectively California Comniandery No I being the only mounted con mand had no difficulty in capturin the trophy for the best appearance and drill on horseback A score of handsome Kentucky belles acting as sponsors presented the prices This over the contestants and their sponsors led a grand march after which dancing began The trophies were of silver and were as follows First prizea pieces valued at 3000 second prize 25 pieces libation set valued at 2000 third prize center piece valued at 00 fourth prize two pieces mount ed valued at The prize for the mounted drill was a lingo silver loving cup valued at f00 The judges were Capt A S Fleming artillery U S A Lieut Fred Ie Funiak 22d infantry tT S A Capt Charles Surct artillery U S A and Maj C S Amrael a fern plar officer of Columbus O Louisville Ky Aug 30After electing officers and selecting San Francisco as the place of meeting the first Tuesday in September 1904 the 2Sth triennial conclave of Knights Templar Vrhich has been in progress here shiee Tuesday Thursday ad journed t Khe date set and the lea tivities cane to a climax tit a magnificent ball held Thursday night at the horse show building Henry Bates Stoddard of Texas was electee grand commander to sue ceed Iteubcn II Lloyd of California Col George M Moulton of Chicago was elected to succeed Mr Stoddard ns deputy grand master hey W II Uugg of Rhode Island advanced one runic to the office of grand generalissimo made vacant by the election of Col Moulton William Melish of Cincinnati was elected to succeed Bugg as cap tain general while Joseph A Locke of Portland Me the junior grand warden was made senior grand warden These officers were elected without opposition The only contest came in the election of grand recorder and junior grand warden There were 13 candidates On the first ballot Frank IL Thomas of Washington D C re qcived Eli votes As only 141 votes lire necessary to choice it was re garded as certain that the second ballot would elect him The second haUnt gave the office to ThQmas he receiving 185 out of 208 In the contest for the grand re cordership W If Mayo of St Louis who held the office for six years was lit ted against John A Gerow of De troittlr Mayo led on the first bal lot but lost steadily thereafter and the office went to the Detroiter on the fifth ballot If Wales Lines of Connecticut was reelected grand treasurer practically without oppo sition The installation of the new offi cers follovved Sir Knight Stoddard the new grand master was given an enthusiastic reception by Texas tem plars Thursday night Sheriff Responsible Jefferson City Mo Aug 29djtOtn Dnmeron in a report to Gov Dockcry on the recent Pierce City race war holds Sheriff Manlove of Lawrence county responsible for the lynching of the three Innocent Negroes Janice Younger to Wed St Paul Aug 30 James Younger the bandit who is now out on parole after serving 25 years in prison lucre is to marry Miss Alix J Mueller well known as a writer and as a philan thropist Sale of Lota at Ilouart O T Washington Aug 30The interior department has been aaviscd of the completion of the government sale of town lots in the town of Hobart in the newly ceded part of Oklahoma The aggregate amount paid for all the lots sold was about 132000 Seventeen Ilimlnriii Home Bnrned Des MoiQps Ia Aug 30A mes sage from Sgranton la received Fri day morning says a fire which has destroyed 17 business houses at a loss of about 50000 is still beyond con trol Prisoner Operated On Chicago Aug 29An operation for appendicitis said to be the first at tempted in a prison of this country WilE successfully performed Wednes day by County Physician B W Mo prislonerPitcher MuainBlty Expulsion Chicago Aug 29 President John son of the American league an nounced the expulsion of Ditcher Me Ginnity of the Baltimore team hit oifense being etpectoiqIin in Un pire Connollys face r I CLEVELAND FL01JOEO rA Cloudburst Docs About siqoo 000 Worth of Damage The Siirclng Wnt rn sprciul Oser Jn Aren Nearly Kliclit Illrx IIIIIR- nnd Altiint One nml n Unit linen III Wlitlli Cleveland Sept 2VV With the break inKof dawn Suiilay morning the cit icns of Cleveland awoke to look hIiO ii a scene of unparalleled IetVa sin Ion and dst rlltt iOIl caused by a raging flood While till entire city more or less alOcted the groat volume of raging water vented iU auger over miles of till eastern por tion of the city anti caused an amount of damnge approximated at SIOOOOIM The appalling overflow was caused a terrific rain that commenced to fall shortly after 2 oclock turn ing into a perfect cloudburst between the hours of 3 and I and then tout tinned with great force until nearly 10 oclock TIll storm according to till weather otficials was tIme heaviest that eer swept over Cleveland since the establishment of till govern ment bureau in this city over years ago That no lics were lost is noth ing short of a miracle as the stories of thrilling escapes from the water on several of the principal resident trcets of the ciurt told The surging waters spread over riarea in the east end nearly eiht miles long and u mile mind a half wide Great volumes of water poured over trout Doan and Giddings brooks down ijuiney street swamprd Vienna street rushed over Cedar avenue back over nn East Prospect street rushed like n mill race down Lincoln avenue to Kuclid avenue mill then on to llon Park place where houses were un dermined us though built of straw and almost increditable damage lone to streets and property Over a large share of this exclusive residence territory the water rushed with terrific force varying in depth from one to six feet Culverts tres tIes mill bridges were torn Iowa and for hours nothing seemed capable of stemming the tide of destruction Hundreds of residents who were imprisoned in their beautiful homes like stranded islanders were almost panic stricken Danger signals were hashed about the city speedily as tins disabled telephone system would al low and the work of rescue cum mencedItowboas plied back and forth as bisting whole families from positions but lhese proved and it was sj necessary to go to the ext precaution of calling on tl ing crew from the river of seven miles j V The life boats were quiV son wagons and hurried to destruction i The torrent surged with i for hours in DeeringVFalrmount to the lotVover a dozen families In like rats in a trapwi nnd six feet deep surro homes At this point tl crew worked valiantly IairONltriIJenleople by the momentary exptV the great Shaker Ifelghn break Ifcose and belch rible detrtmctionVShortly before noon r succeeded in undermining graves in st Joseph cemc corner of East Madison land and the bodies wereV tossed about in the watecTime great flood boileVbanks of Doan brook all4 Boulevard and caused dq It will take months to ref jagged holes are torn liv ful drivewayand the lot- stretches in every direction The street railways wilt immense loss extendingV degrees over every porti cityVTHE EXPIATORY FJyo It Is nonhtfnl Whetaeriprlnce Ciao and Ills Party Wilt do to BerllBu Berlin Sept 2It is overJdoubtful according to n dispatch to the Lokal Anreiger from Basel witz erland whether Prince Chumwill come to Berlin to make formal apol ogy for the murder of Baron Kct tcler Members of the expiatory iiiinsion say Under present con ditions we can never go to Berlin We would rather die than accept them It appears that they object particularly to Prince Chuns attendants prostrating themselves before Km peror William inasmuch as this is a special honor reserved for the em porer of China mind would involve a recognition of the kaisers equality Lairtoii Portrait on Stamps Washington Sept 2The war de partment has decided to place a por trait of Gen II W Lawton the mil itary hero who lost his life nt San Mateo in the Philippines on one ol the new issues of postage stamps tc be issued soon President of Keimdor Gun nquil Ecuador Sept 2In ac cordance with the constitution of Ecuador President Alfara nt 12 oclock Saturday night gave over the presi dential office to his successor Gen Leonidas Plaza Stonier In a Restaurant Memphis Tenn Sept 2J Thrash a shoe clerk waN shunt through the brain and instantly killed in a res taurant on Main street SlIndI1fter noon by loseph Saleeba an Assyrian proprietor of the place Trouble arose over the alleged nonpayment of a board bill One Stans Haul Havana Sept 2Tllc Disuusion says that the Lpmann Co German bankers of Havana have been rob bed of 29000 by the same man whc recently robbed tIme Spanish bank Wants Germany to Arbitrate Constantinople Sept 2Tlme Otto man government is said to be sound ling Germany with n view to inducing lire to arbitrate upon the Franco Turkish controversy It Inot likely however that Germany will accede to the proposal pr that France would accept arbitration Captured IMtt London Sept 2Lord Kitehener telegraphing from Preorirf says Oarratt has captured Piet Delarey brother of the nssistnnt copimander general I J J F fA r THE DUQUESNE PLANT Strike Matters Are Now Centered at the Hills There The Amount or Strike IlrnrHIm to He Piill the Mrlkirx lisa Ilreii rineed n I IO4Pumi mcry Week Pittslnrg Pa Aug lWhile there is no actual change In till steel strike situation much transpired cal culated soon to produce results The conference between the Kay View committee a JIll the Amalgamated of ficials the continued elTorts II I Pres ident Burns of tilt Window Glass Workers association to bring about arbitration or conciliation till scath ing editorial in the tabor World call ing for time impeachment of President Shatter thin march of the strikers ofIleKet port to Dniiirsue and tIme decided effect of the injunction pro ceedings at anal Dover 0 all in thenCe that the crisis is approaching nnd thai an important change in af fairs is not fur distant What the outcome will be no man can tell The details of the conference of the 15ay View committee and till Amalga mated otlicials has not yet been di vulged by cither party hilt tin fact that the committee is here at all would indicate that the Say View strikers are nmas Xotwithstmulil1i the report from New York that no conference has been held or arranged for between C M Schwab and Simon hums looking to arbitration tIme latter has not relaxed his efforts in this direction and seems determined to bring about some sort of compromise The first break in the strike at Me K e port was made lrjuluis when about 40 men went to work in the seamless t tube department ol the National tube works Tin men re turned to work on the same basis they worked before the sympathetic strike was inaugurated The men did not organize although they met with the Federation of tabor men a num her of times- Pittsburg Sept 2The principal interest in strike matters Sunday was centered in the Duquesiie plant where it was expected the striker would make a decided moe toward closing down the entire wosks The report from there Sunday night said the situation was critical TIle two boss meltcrs tumid nil first helper went to work as usual Sunday morn ing and all 12 furnaces were Charged Only one second helper went in and JJI 1e strik- t Jo house nil lay helping SV ts were i turned 7 t night t n were 1t v departi if iVy turn St5e SK rs saS fIIIo4Vsi morn down t down Jf the at art ed as- rniberi cT IOOOC nnmiJ t z St cLtf the tlimtiiticthmR ill ha lasts uth him IHyl phia 3 Imid y tfely rr vul er VVV limit Vliit tt- lcurts or the Inrof the bus to speed his team tin strikers reached the mill ahead of tin nonunionists completely overpower hug the two lone policemen stationed there mill literally carried off nine of the men and lodged them in a hotel on Liberty avenue Milwaukee Sept 2Time members of the Hay View lodge of time Ainal Rnmatcd association listened to a statement by J D HieVry Sunday night in which Mr llickcy reported in detail what transpired at the meet ing of the Amalgamated association olficialw und the oflieers of the United States steel corporation Mr Hickey says the strike is practically lost as 72 per cent of the mills are nonworking Tfo action was taken by the lodge here Another meeting will lie held in u week Murderer Klrctroctiteil New York Aug 30los Kachello who stabbed his motherinlaw Mrs Caroline Muccio to kath at Toni kinsville Si at en Island January 10 1JOO was put to death Thursday in the electric chair at Sing Sing prison Three shocks were given before he was pronounced iletm- ilCieselan1 Will Tnlk Pittsburgh tug 31 KxPresidenf Grover Cleveland has consented to deliver the oration at Founders tiny of the Carnegie institute oil Tuesday November 7 Life Sieving Medal Aiviinlril Washington Auj lOThe mmarytie partment has awarded to Private C Donan of the marine corps a life saving medal for the rescue lenin drowning of 1rivaie W II Gibson also a marine at Olongupo P I in June last Gen Or n n I Ell Itoiiii In 3lnnlln San Francisco Aug 1Llhrigmitn Fred n Grant arrived here Thursday en route to the Philippines after u three months leave of absence lie will sail on the transport Sheridan next Saturday KsiPtlltli liiinfil Christiuniii Norway Aug IIThe steamer Frithjof arrived at lliinnner fest Thursday and reports that she successfully landed the BaldvlnXieg ler expedition at Camp Xeigler in lat itude 6024 north and longitude 53 east Fatal Family how Walhnlla S Ctmlg 10As u re suit of a family row Thursday in Cashiers N C Kvnn VeIl was killed Tu van Long fatally shot nnd Javni Long jr and i man nqncd llrysou were gerjously slot t zVV iJt WASHINGTON DOG CEMETERY Cations Cnpltnl Mns n Iloilal lIncE for Cnulnm of IllRli flprec A cemetery for dogs has now beeft stnbllsliod in Washington n CIInl1 s expected to prove a useful insti tutinn Most people who love theii Itowill make trouble if the police In09tof it anIon the other hand to sign the remains of a learhy loved animal to a casual colored utah relegation to the most ash dump is not ngreeabl to forI feelings says the New York Accordingly there ought to hurylnp ground for logs in the skirts of every city The one Washington has been establishedOlltl a company of petltlrtnen who dog lovers and the locality on the old Itladensfaufg road n short distance beyond the limits of Wash tbemmimtifumhgreen meadow and adjoins a famous estate formrly owned by W W Cor coral which has been in litigation ever since the death of that million nirtLolR are sold just as In any or dinary cemetery anti the owners having paul the small price demanded may obtain for a moderate fee given to the man in charge whatever attention they may desire for the graves including the erection of headboards with Ktiitabte inscrip tions nnd the planting of grass To some people this may seem to bs currying sentiment too far but there are plenty of others who think that the lifelong faithfulness of n fourfooted friend amply deserves the bestowal of a permanent resting place decently cared for CENTURY EDITORS LINES Finely Worried Sentiment That Adorn InnrU nf the PniiAmrr Irnn Kxpnulthin When lime people of tIme two Amen cas visit the exposition city just erect rd by tilt great waters of time north many will recognize the style of Rich ard Watson Gilder in the classic and poetic inscriptions which iidorn the propylaea stadium bridges palaces anti temples Below are given the in scriptions for the great pylonrs of time bridge On the pylont are statues of Courage Liberty Tolerance Truth Benevolence Patriotism Hospitality IPanelIs the Maker of Commonwealths Panel IL Freedom Is limit the First Lesson in SelfGovernment Panel hhiRehigious Tolerance a Safeguard of Civil Liberty IlIneIIVArte State Exists Only in the Virtue of the Citizen Panel VWho Gives Wisely Uuildn Manhood and the State Who Jives Himself Gives Uest Panel VITu Love Ones Country Above All Others Is Not to Despise All Others Panel vIrrhc Brotherhood of Man the Federation of Nations tha Peace of the World Panel VII rnchltn Nation and Nation as Between Man and Man Lives the One Law of flight An Easy One Mr Graves He in to raid It is dread fill I sit all the evening playing upon the piano and he it in his chair and never utters a word the entire evening Mrs WyseSits and hears you play all the evening hIIU silly woman it U he loves you to distraction Boston Transcript S Like an employe When the night watchman found s strange man stealing funds from the Vault- of the bank his indignation knew no bounds Youve got your nerve exclaimed the watchman Anvhodyd think you was em played here actuallyPurck Pieog Cure is the best medicine Vre ever used for all affections of the throat and lungs Wm O Endsley Vanburen lad Feb 10 1000 Your boy is a speaking likeness of you I dont agree withau lIes more of a howling likeness of hismatherTownand Country If you want to be cured of a coughue Hale a Honey of Horehouud and Tar Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute mutt be heavenly to be a baby and be Ill to screw up your face and howl eople you dont luke speak to you Alchison Glob- enronbUI Can lie Cared With Hoifies Croup Cure speedily SOcts A bread man isnt necessarily deepcJi cago DaliyNews s PUTNAM FADELESS DYES are as easy to use as soap No muss or failures The misfortunes ot today are the blessings of tomorrow N V Sun The friend that fails us is better lost X V Sun MAHKET REPORTS Cincinnati Aug 3L CATTLECommon 2 50 a 3 65 Extra butchers 4 75 a 5 00 CALVES Extra 5 75 00 11015Select shippers 6 60 g 6 75 Mixed packers 6 25 f 6 G5 SHEEP Extra 3 10 ffi 3 25 LAM ItS Extra 450 fa 5 50 KLOUK Spring pata SO 4 1- 3VIIIATo 2 redm 7- 2COhNNo 2 mixed W S6Ij OATS Xo 2 mixed 37 KYE Xo 3 57 11AV Cb timothy 13 POKK Kamilv il5 25 LAUD Steam fa S 75 V4ChoiceAPPLES New per brl 1 50 G 2 00 POTATOES Xew 3 00 t 3 50 TOUACCO Xew 8 05 tl S5 Old 11 25 f13 00 Chicago FLOUIl Win patent 3 40 p 3 50 WHEAT Xo 2 red 70L 71 Xo 3 spring 66 fu 68 COIVX Xo 2 54 54 OATSXo2 31 fO 35 5313P011KMessLAUD Steam S 05 0iJ S 97 New York FLOUB Win patent 3 GOf 3 WJ1EVT Xo 2 red COKV No 2 mixed 61 SyItYJWeHternPOKK Family 1C 25 f17 00 LAUD Steam 9 25- Ilnltlmore WHEAT No 2 red 73 3o Southern GJ5 74 soyaOAlSNoCATTLE Butchers 500 5 25 HOGS Western 6 75 it 6 SO Louisvill- eWIIEAlNo 2 reel 7L- COKN No 2 mixed zj 61 OATS No 2 mixed tJ 37 POUK Mess 15 00 LAKD Steam fig 8 fr7 Indianapolis jC01OATS No 2 iuictl M 3GY i jt5 r I- foit id PERUNA AVERTS DANGER ifrf In That Critical Time When a Girli Becomes a Woman r C ml MISS BESSIE KELLOG t 444 a a I I Miss Dente Kellog President of the Young Womans Club of Valley City North Dakota writes the following CityXorlhII Eversince I matured Isuffered with severe monthly pains The doctor did not seem to understand what the trouble was and the medicine he prescribed from time to time did not help me He finally suggested that I have an operation One of my friends who had been cured of a similar affliction through the use of Peruna advised me to glue It a trial first and so I used It for three weeks faithfully My pains diminished very soon and within two months I had none at all II This Is six months ago and during that time I have not had an acheI nor pain Igive highest praise to runs Every woman ought to use itI perfectThe experience of Miss Bessie Kel log of North Dakota ought to be read by every girl in the land It is a criti cal period in a womans life when she ceases to be a girl and becomes wom an Very few pass through this period without some trouble The doctor is KEEP YOUR SADDLE DRY 4h THE ORIGINAL 10 ERt- g rvSHBll fr PO MEL I SLICKERZ lilt fGf fIOIIIHTIC I RM tooJrall CATALOGUES FREE SHOWING FULL UN EOT GARMENTS AND HATS I AJTOWER COBOSTONMA3S M I IOCITIVEP Live Stock Cuts-We will lurnbb duplicates ot Live Stock SpecimeBookA N KELLOGG JiEWSrAIER CO 335 Wet fifth S rest Cincinnati rinit TD V beat by Tcitfl YEAZ- Il KI Lasses Bsswri- I rxcrrBooKtn WI jJ CAS8 WkiySTARK called and he generally advises an op eration Perhaps he will subject the rJpatient to a long series of experiments with nervines and tonics The reason he does not often make a cure is he cause he does not recognize the trouble 7 tIn a large majority of the cases ca j tarrh of the female organs is the cause Peruna relieves these cases Lrpromptly because it cures the catarrh icPeruna is not a palliative or a sedative A or a nervine or a stimulant It is 4 specific for catarrh and cures catarrh v wherever it may lurk in the system This girl was lucky enough to find Peruna at last As she says the doc 4 j3 tors did not seem to understand what the trouble was and the medicine he prescribed from time to time did not help her Peruna hit the mark atVonce and she is now recommending this wonderful remedy to all the other girls in the United States Thousands of the girls who look atVher beautiful face and read her sin cere testimonial will be led to try Peruna in their times of trouble and critical periods Peruna will not fail and them Every one of them will be glad it is to be hoped that their enthusiasm will lead them to do as thisVgirl did proclaim the fact to the world so that others may read it and likewiseMrs Fliehmann Am sterdam X Y writes I have been sick with catarrh of the stomach and pelvic organs for about five years and had many a doctor hut none could help me Some said I would never get over it One day when I read your almanac I saw those who had been cured by Peruna then IVthought I would try it I didand 4found relief with the first bottle Hook and after two more bottles I was as well and strong as I was before Mrs Christopher Fliehmann If you do not derive prompt and iaty isfactory results from the use of Pe 1runa write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give yon his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Time Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio GoIagtotnePanAiBericMCxposHtM If o you want to co eomtbmblr l e M ethlnc nd learn fomelhlnr going aM eonlnf T do this It will tie best to lure year ticket rested torn Cincinnati orrr the C IL A D lUllwar galagCTU Detroit through Canada srelnc EniHiti warn sod enstoma and serial S Uxara Till en route n4 If you like the water come baek via Great Lakes Tournllwar ticket six this gives yea th privilege of eluuiflB your route sad eomlBcTacck Tla the Lake Erie Steamers to Toledo or Detroit i g you desire to do ao without extra cost a J flMcGI1EGOILTJANASUYILLsXm S L FAUBOTT T P A ATLANTA O D G ZDWABDS rauenrer Tnffle Htsam 4 CincuntATi 0VBXADERS Ot THIS PAPER DESIULKO TO BUT ANTTHnfO 4 ADV5BTISKD IN ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UPOXaAVMO WHAT THEY ASK Toil BJHLHJI9 All BCDSTITtrrkS OttlMITATKlHftJ itIA N KE 1881- WUBN WRI4IBe Te- pis stat that ys saw Ike AdtrIlaS Snt tkU paper FALLINGT HAIR Prevented by Shampoos of CUTICURA SOAP and light dressings of CUTICURA purest of emollient skin cures This treatment at once stops falling hair removes crusts scales and dandruff soothes irritated itching surfaces rV stimulates the hair follicles supplies the roots with energy and nourishment and makes the hair grow upon a sweet wholesome healthy scalp when all else fails i- rTV5SiAssistedlag the skin for cleansing the scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and the 3 5Vstopping of falling hair for softening whitening and soothing red rough and sore hands for baby rashes itchings and chafings and for all the perssposes of the toilet bath and nursery Millions of Women use CCTICCRA LSOAP in time form ot baths for annoying irritations inflammations and excoriations for too free or offensive perspiration in the form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses and for many antiseptic purposes which readily sag uVgest themselves to women and mothers No amount of persuasion cnn induce those who have once used these great skin purifiers and beautifiers st1to use any others CUTICURA SOAP combines delicate emollient properties derived from CUTICCHA the great skin cure with the purest of cleansing Ingredients and the most refreshing of flower odours 2fo other roedieattd soap Is to be compared with it for preserving purifying and beautifying Jathe skin scalp hair and hands Xo other foreign or domestic toilet soapVVhowever expensive is to be compared with it for all the purposes of tha a toilet bath and nursery Thus it combines In ONE SOAP at OXE FBICE the BEST skin and complexion soap and the ncr toilet and baby soap InVthe world Completo External and Internal Treatment for Every Humour Conslatngot CericvBa Soar to clean the ikin of crusts anti scales and often the tUcVencil cuticle Cuncuax OlxntErr to LuI aInstantly allay ItxMug InCammatlcD and Irritation and sootheV 4 nod hint oD UTH i HI ltorVEvrto cool acdclt n8e the tloodS SS A SBGia SLrts often suEleleatto care the mod toflmmntay dIaflgs THE SET uniui Itching imuming amid ccaly skin scalp and WOOd huitomer rashes Itchlnsrs end Irritations ItU loa ol nalr when ail else falls Soldthrotr5bcnttha Torlo Britlih Depot FNEWBEKY iSo l7 Ct rterionie Sq 1 Iorx4Vpaco ASP giioacii ComuruS4TuN t 84o ln ttoo u s A I f c 11c = J 4i 4 t 3 11 I 1 I 3 f 1 4 j t I c e WING8V1LLE OUTLOOK J OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KYI SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I THURSDAY SEPT 5 1901 Every business communication must be addressed to THE OUTLOOK v PUBLIEHINO Co OWIKOSVILLB KY r else we will not be responsible for I it ANNOUNCEMENT 4 t FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to nnnounre Green W Riimer of White Oak a candidate for Clerk of the Bath County Court pubjert to the action l of the Renublicun party TH joke was on the Ky Execu tive Mansion elevator when it cut ft mans cork leg ofT last week A you at Zanesville 0 nearly lynched vituperative temperance orator Ohio isnt a Southern State Tug impression is out whether well or illfounded that the Courtz of Inquiry has beon organized by i bchleya ehemiesto convict him TQK death of Mrs Zina Young 1 the first wife W Mormon Chief Brigham Young leaves only four the widow Brigham Young alive 1ofDAVID NATION has no fear of bis 1 noted wifo Carrie but Rives her to the interviewer When Car balances accounts she will find II ffit notoriety has come high Mint HAKSAS home ward at 1Crveland has organized club to for President Early if booms sometimes do more damage s tlhe breech than at the muzzle J EUROPE needs this ensuing year Your hundred million bushels of wheat from abroad and the United 0 States has threemillion surplus to Mil which is good for farmers Son of Newport young aristo crats have been fined for automo Ofbiling too fast but they say the Four Hundred at the aristocratic capital is too fast any way you takeitpNICK of Russia Bill of Germany t t and Ed of England are rumored to meet at Kiel soon It will be difp I ficult for the meeting place to keep tigevan keel with all that majesty onboard 0ns southwestern railroad bus contracted to take within a year for locomotive fuel nine million barrels of Beaumont oil which is frigfaly encouraging for the oil in L terests there BRIDSTBEST estimates the corn crop at 1400000000 bushels a de cline 636000000 from last yeafs crop The only benefit to be de cirsa fjroa fcftJaUjagiB the beUcr flavor to corn cakes t t YaleUnlverslI deadly than its bite CABBIE NATIOK tackled Police 1 Conmissioner Murphy of New 4York on the joint question and out badly worsted New York is a too magnitudinous proposition Mfor eyes the redoubtable Carrie A SOTEI plan to fight the drink JraKc Is projected at Dixon Tenn A company Ja being formed to open a saloon and sell drinks at cost to- nIs l out other salooaa What will Ae ainad iy it in a temperance way is not easy to figure out a 7 TBS yellow fever sharps at Ha f vana demonstrated thatm06QlSitoel ii7 convey yellow fever butthe human 1ubjecte experimented on died and p 4I the mosquitoes lived which mayor l may mat throw light on the theory of the survival of the flttaet i JOCXXT Tod Sloan has abandoned the turf and taken to automobile manufacturing for the present How be can look a racehorse in 8 the face after coquetting with its J+ towering riral that uyIaa mat p ter for ilia own determination t Jb THERE is much ado made about m New York 100 tnonkey that loves iaNew Haven girl because she has 4 been ping assiduous court to fiiai The New Haven boy must be IHthan a lttle bel1a pretty girl has togo abroad and monkey with a woakey oBatisfy her Mart metag BHXEW SCMMERTOJC aged 15 of moan county West made flying machine and launched him I Pl telf Inlt from the top of a high tij He will not recover A m a chlii that will fly Irnotso difficult totaakeju one that will both fly aad Hgbt easy I tha Constitution this week yaatdo betUr than follow the Co 1 1 jesabia in the maJorityof the rates the old champion will have to be QueeuEwa i l IIwof the long lane of Amer 1 j tam yacht victories will coma when 0 Sbe greatrace comes eff t f J A PzisniaaydIcate has agreed i2til to bet an ffiglish syndicate 250 150000 that thet 000 to Shamrock t t V IL will win the yacht race for the J r o Qaa fi Cop Why tho Americans cl should give the odds of five to three- it not apparent as the Constitution 11 making a sufficient showing against the old champion the Co f lumbia to warrant IKe conclusion Yyetthat it it the better craft r whereas the Shamrock II demon trated thai it ie oin minutes rag Mrthaatba Shamrock J Ameri J ca paxriptiw ia all right but the 1 jxprs CM ahakf at the faa form f if tha Britih challenger Jz3 i Sf 5i pi5 I i t1 1 i 1 ltilfF0 hi J rHI ctt0 F rJto i o J I 1 h+ 1 fO I a I C p S d a EXPERTS say Shamrock 11 is the best racing yacht that ever came over the ocean The way the blarsted Britishers will jubilate f she takes tho Queens Cup back to England is enough to make Americans sick to think about LAST week was an unlucky one for eminent fishermen tirover Clevelands fibbing party in Ma sa chufctts waters was interrupted by game ntllcers and one of thu mem bers fined for catching a hues under legal length Mayor Fleich man of Cincinnati was also yanked for Illegal fi hing in New York TiiKHussUn steamer Eruink that was going to force n passage through the ice to the North Pole was spoken by the Frithjof which landed the BaldwinZeigler expedi tion on Alger Island The Russian hne concluded thatan nrquaintance can not be forced on tho chilling old stick Tho Pole is likely to be considerablyolder before it is reached TDK girl strikers at the big W B Conkey printing plant at Hammond Ind have invented a cruel punishment for the scabs who are willing to break the strike The strikers intend to catch the scab girls and shear off their hair Noth ing is so cruel as a cruel woman and to rob a woman of the glory that is in her hair is the acme of cruelty GERMANY is supposed to be civilized but Emperor William exacts the barbarous expiation of Prince Chun and delegation sent by China to Germany to do penanco for tho mrder of the German Ambassador that the Prince must bow three times before the Emperor and the balance prostrate themselves and knock their heads against the floor nine times THE South African Dutch are Booring Kitchener so very much that in tho Qucenstowr district he has limited tho country dwellers to not more than a weeks provisions country stores haTe been closed and all goods useful to the fighter brought under the reconcentrado policy in certain towns Tho Boers cant be whipped out without being starved out CORRESPONDENCE Odessa I R Darnell is very sick with feverI Jones began his school nt lower Whito Oak Aag 26th W L Jones went to Cincinnati Tuesday to buy his fall and winter good John H Jones and wiCeT L Jones and wife visited Mrs John Hawkins first of last week Dallas Gudgell returned from accompaniedI Mod res Ferry Born to R H Carter and wife Aug 27th a daughter Levi Hedges of Lynn Co Mo arrived here last Wednesday James Reeves of Nebraska visited his sister ifi fl Joseph Purvis last week William Otis returned from Illi- noIs last week He had been gone nearly two years Boone L Ingram and son Charles of Jessamine Co visited the formers father Wm Ingram from Monday until Wednesday of last week Salt Lick Several from bore went to Louis yUle Sunday W A Whitcomb left Sunday for a ten days stay in Cincinnati Mrs L A Robbins of Morehead is visiting Mrs Minnie Robbins Miss Hallie Vaughn of Lexington is visiting Mrs J MPierce Mrs W A Whitcomb left Tuesday for a weeks visit to relatives in Paris School began Monday with Miss Irene Jones andMiss Clemmie Stin son as teachers Robert L Sewell assistant agent of the C k 0 Is night operator at Morehead for the present Mrs Mag Kircheval and daugh ter NIBS Uaseie of Lexington are1 visiting E LKirchevaland wife Mrs Steele who had been visit ing her daughter near Mt Sterling for several days returned home iaturdalt t West End Wm North ie repairing our road at a rapid rate Mrs Nora Botts of Indiana ia the guest of Mrs Wm Piersall Richard Zimmerman and wife of Oklahoma are visiting friends hers daughterIUssClayton and wife aeeampaniedbySam Wills and wife Sunday Wm Clayton wife and children returned home to Winchester Mon day after a weeks visit here Aug31stfor some time She was a member of the Christian Church She leaves a family to mourn their loss Died Aug 30th Aunt Sallie Hovermale She was the wife of Madison Hovirmale deceased She was consistent Christian and was lend and respected by all Peace to her ethics Carringtonmonly called was one of the old landmark of this was an- bonorableChrIetian man and leaves a great number of friend and rel atives to mourn hair Joss Sjd 4 t p an r Greenwood Crops look well sinco the rain Bro Blovins failed to fill his ap pointment at Hcdricks Sunday Alfred Williams after several weeks suffering died nt the homo f Robert Kelley Aug 26th The remains were interred at tho Old Virginia graveyard Tuesday A letter was received this week stating that Miss Eliza Garner daughter of Ipnnc Garner formerly of this place was married in Ness City Kansas to n Mr DevouR Many friends wish Mrs Duvault a long and hiippy life with the ono she has chosen Grange Citv Mrs Dora Jones of Hilltop is hero visiting friends T R Katliir and Johnnie Mc Roberts aro in Cincinnati Mrs Nannie Turley of Illinois is visiting her parents Johnson Hurst and wife Miss Ruth Richards of Owings villc came Sunday to visit friends and relatives John E Johnson and fnmilv of Moores Ferry visited Newton Johnson and family Sunday Mrs John Cutright was thrown from her horse Sunday afternoon and is quite sickat this writing Mrs Ed Walton and Miss Addie Newman visited Mrs Julia Walton near Sanford Saturday and SUn- day Protracted meeting began here Sunday night with two additions Johnnie Hawkins of HilUborowill assist in the music with his cornet Mrs Mollie Costigan and sane Clay and Leslie and Miss Gallic Metts left Friday for their homo at Frnnkfort after several weeksvisit to the formers parents Allen Raw lings and wife Okla Mrs Ell Davis of Illinois is here visiting her mother and other relatives Miss Bessie Day of Shorburne visited relatives hero seveial days last week Mrs Yourth Gorrell of Sharps burgis here on a visit with friends and relatives The prayermeeting here Satur day night was well attended and the best of order prevailed Rev J R Nelson failed to fill his appointment at Falrview Sun clay We dot not know tho cause W M McLain and wire of neat Flemingsburg were the guests of A McLain and family Saturday and Sunday James Grain and wife and James Colliver and wife left here rhurs day of last week to visit relatives in Missouri Michael Hedrick nnd wife went Saturday to visit Thomas Daugh erty and wife near Shorbiirno and returned Sunday eve Naliis Perkins and wife gave the young folks a watermelon upper Thursday night of last week which they appreciated very muc- hSharpsburg There was some tobacco cut here last week Sid Turner of Mt Sterling was here Sunday W A Peed of Carlisle our Will was here Saturday The boys had a nice game of ball Sunday evening out at Peters Park Judge Lewis Apperson and wife of Mt Sterling were hero Sunday Mr and Mrs Chas Frazer are spending several weeks in Louis yule Howard Triplett and Will Dar naby visited relatives at Moorefield Sunday George Schlegel and Jack Bur bridge of Mt Sterling were here SundayB Curtis of near town had a valuable horse to got its leg broken last week Hon Waller Sharp and John Peters were in Cincinnati last week selling tobacco John Mason has a daughter that Ii very lowattbil writing with consumption Robert Brown was thought to be some beter Saturday He has ty phoid fever James W Ware has sold to BT Wright his farm east of town at 60 per acre cash Misses Edna and Lula Thompson of Moorofield visited at J R Triplets Tuesday Miss Rada Triplett has returned from a protracted visit with rel atives in Lexington The Misses Gosiett of near In dependence Mo were pleasant via itors at Mrs Omar RatljfFa last week Martin Barney and wife of near Mt Sterling passed down Saturday to viii this brother Sanford Barney at BethelIMiss Cornelia Cunningham of Independence Mo will leave ft on day to visit relatives and fri nds atOningsvillo I There was to be anatdi game of base ball here Saturday but from bOy1faUed Ben Triplett left Thursday for Kirksville Mo to resume his studies in Osteopathy He will stopover and spend a day or two with Dr Morgan at Lexington The Republican of tho Sbarps burg precinct met here Saturday and nominated S T Howard for Magistrate and Chas Sharp for Constable We do best Job Workt t j 7 i r Upper Prickly Ash Eil Biiiloj sold a steer calf to James Clark for S15 Marshall Stone bought two steer calves at 13 per head R F Tapp sold Sam Lnthram 10 head of cattle at 25 per head Walter Hamilton sold 3 heifer calves to Thomas Boyd for 35 There will bo preaching at Harpers schoolhouse next Sunday E S Hamilton sold two steer calves to Robert L Goodpmter for 30 C S Rutliir and family of Bald Eagle visited at Daniel Harpers Sunday Mrs Nancy Shrout and son U C were guests of T S Shrout and family in Owingsville Sunday Miss Birdie Donaldson of near Sharpening visited horgrandmoth or Mrs Nancy Shrout Sunday R L Stone and wife and II A Lyter ROll wife visited W W Clurk and wife on Flat Creek Sunday John Marklund moved Monday into the house vacated by Tillord Horseman at the foot of the town bill i v Stepstone Miss Amy Smith of Olympia IP here visiting the family of Jeff StatonMiss Lillie Day returned home to Farhiersufter a visit to the family of John Cassity Clime Henry of Olympia is here to see his mother Mrs Jas Henry on the Glover farm The oldest daughter of G W Kincaid and wife is sick with scarlet fever or something like it Barton Cassity who has been at work in a saw mill at Clay WYa i Thursdaybut Misses Victoria and Minnie Dur ham of Lochland Ky spent the week with Mr and Mrs Albert Turley Rear Howards Mill Everyone is living in dread of that deadly childrens disease sear let fever which can be spread running way on account of tho school stiliI Mack Cheathnm wife and Misses Mary Tn Mt Stt Mpndii Alexari JIp18 ar 5 jduugh J live other t 9 f i iBut r Ch Mood j A i isqu toO1 at ii- tiv1 i ej t 1 i Ilut C d ut wif Saturdayafi Johnnie Johnson and sister viI ited their cousins Mildred andDorn Spencer on Flat Creek Saturday and Sunday J T Horermalo and wifewent to Menifee Co last week to see Mrs Hs mother who was very low and not expected to live Misses Lucy and Myrtle Vaughn of Lexington visited their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs James Horton several days last weok Knob Lick ICool Monday morning near the frost line ITbe good housewife is busy putting up fruit Mr Gordon of Fleming Co commences plastering the school house Monday morning KThere hare been some hogs sold did not learn price There are aev eral hogs in this vicinity We had quite a crowd here Sun day at meeting Bros Croucb Davis and White addressed the people There were some more ad ditions Jude Yarbrougb Carrie Hatton and a Miss Wells Ben Yells was baptized also How do you Silver Democrats t Populistsally like the endorsement of Grover Cleveland by the Virginia Demo cratio State convention The gold bugs got trout the Republican party all they asked for and now tho Democrats are saying the money question is settled For the benefit of the ladies and some of the lazy husbands who will not provide wood for the overworked wife will give a way of putting up fruits that is far ahead of canning For every gallon oCc fruit I tablespoon of sulphur Put your fruit in basket your sulphur bypouringyour basket over the mouth ofabarrel cover over with a quilt or blanket to keep in the smoke put tIvenient and you have fruit cannot tell from fruit just off lift tree I d 1 7 trL CarrinAton People ore cutting millet bay Mrs James Warner is very lowE with fever Four of James Craigs family- are down with fever Eldfr Kendall baptized several converts nt upper Salt Lick lust fourth Sunday Remember tho next locust year is 1906 Will the fulfilling of the Scriptures elope by locust year On August 30th SaBle Hover tunIc was buriedat upper Stilt Lick one whose faith had long been pinned to the Christian Church She leaves many friends behind to mourn their 106sIOn the first dRY of September James Carrington was interredat upper Salt Lick His ago was 76 He was a member of tho Christian Church some fifty years of very xtrong faith n soldier of the Cross who died in the apostolic faithI leaving n beautiful path for young generations to follow He loaves many friends to mourn their loss honestyISlate Valley Born Aug 31st t Corlloore and wife a daughter M Wm and Joseph Williams stnrt ed Thursday to Kansas to visit rel atives Sara Shultz and wire visited at Salt Lick Sunday the guests of W E Atchison Cabe Snedegar and wife visited the family of Newton Shrout near Owingsville Sunday Two hearses passed here together last Tuesday one to bury Uncle Alt Williams the other to bury Lee Rice The hardest storm I have seen for many a day visited this place last Tuesday evening The rain tell in torrents and during the storm lightning struck J K Jones barn but did no serious damage Uncle Alf Williams funeral ser uices were held at the Old Virginia burying ground Tuesday at four oclock in the evening Pallbear crs were Wm Craig Butler Toy Felix Clark and David Ratliff all members of tho G A R Uncle Alf was 75 years old and the Inst Wj large family Ho was never He WHS a Federal soldier a pension of 17a month t h he was very liberal and widows and orphans in orhood He was never mber but the Bible tells tho widows and orphans undented religion May t lightly on his grave Flat CreeKi has gone West to buy ii I Myers has a mild case lever and Dawson bought 4 J ing cattle InsiWok for iI Wadof Mnnlpom visitors here Wednes iinlnudpins ii rd Jr bought 11 niie I Dick Donaldsonat Both per pound toy Jr came up from ddletown Saturday on a is parents he 26th tilt Mrs Henry f fever Interment at Pey Ifk cemetery r Lane and familyof Mis e visiting here lIe says light in his State scribe visited at Olympian r ptrtiga Sunday and attended the funeral of James Carrington at up per Salt Lick Elder James Kendall of West Liberty is visiting Elder Dawson and assisting in tho protracted meeting at Salt Well Bear ye one anothers burdens and so fulfil the laws of Christ wonld be a good text for us all to practice in these times of trouble and distress Bethel Miss Susan Ratliff is very low at this writing ST Howard and wife of Sharps Hurg were at D S Trumbos Sunday Miss Lucy Harperopened school Monday Sept 2 with good attend anceiAnion Gates wife and child of Robertson Co are spending a white here with friends Sharpsburgford Ramey here Narcissa and Frank 33oyd and Ollie Arrasmith left Mdnday for Milloreburg College i Martin Ramey and wife of MtI Sterling are visiting Sanford RaI may and Mrs Jim Roberts The meeting continues with good congregations each day and night Elder Dick is a fine speaker Mrs Charles Reid and Mrs Will Reid of Montgomery Co arawlthI their parents Will Rice and wife Misses Maude Gopsett of Kansas City Letitia Lane and Alma Nes visitingfrjends Mrs T H Brown and two ohil dren Morris and Irene of Owing yule spent Thursday with her fath er D S Trumbo Mrs Dick Arrasmith left Monh day for Poplar Plains to spend a week with her sitter Mrs Will Patrick who is in very feeble health Mrs George Myers of Paris and wo granddaughters Misses Helen i and Florence Black of Greencastle of Iyeridau J ac ii f fN lIMot plympia Uncle Penix is on the- ick list Bro Williams filled his regular appointmenthere Sunday Richard Costigan was in Louis ville Mondayohbusinese Miss Anna Smithis visiting friends at Stepstono tins week Dr Elmer Swctnara of Louis yule is visiting his mother this weekRobert Smith was right poorly last week but ia some better at thus writing Mrs Bob Shultz of Mt Sterling was the guest of Mrs Peto Shultz lIst week Ben Hart and wife of Flat Creek visited tho latters father Bob Overby Herbie Costigan and Orvil Hart started to Owingsvillo school Monday Sept 2d Mrs Susan Coyle of Owings ville was the guest of Mrs J P Copher Friday We are sorry to learn of the death of James Carrington who lived near Carrington Died Sunday Sept 1st Mrs Znck Staton She was buriedAt the Old Fields graveyard WillieShultztime is able to be out again A B Smith and wife started to Rothwell to visit friends after a pleasant stay of two weeks visiting friends here Bro Nelson came here to fill his regular appointment last Sunda and got sick and was not able t return home until Thursday Miss Bessie Naper returned horn Thursday to Minneapolis Minn after a pleasant stay of nine weeks with her cousins D R Bishop an wife who accompanied her as fa as Cincinnati Died at her home on Flat Creel- Mrs Henry Curtis Wednesday Aug 28th She was aged 30 years and was a daughter of John Kin caid Sho leaves a husband rind four children to mourn their loss Stoops Several farmers have commence housing their tobacco Time only can solve the great problems of the future H P Sbultz and wife visited friends at Spencer Sunday J E Williams of Flat Creek was here on business Friday Col A W Hamilton of Ewing ton was in this vicinity last week When tho fools are nil dead all others lied just ns well be dead also Some few from this vicinity at tended the picnic nrar Ewington Snturduy So much rain the past few weeks has begun to injure tobacco in this neighborhoodRobttSmithyof TexasTis visiting hll relatives H S Smitb and Mrs J 11 Gtllnspie Sam Deal and wife of near M t Sterling spent Sunduy at D B Gonduns mck WIIllon and Will Burns were visitors on Flat Creek Saturday night and Sunday Stephen Warner and wife c G rangy Lick spent Sunday at John W Thompsons Nimrod Byrd Sr weighed up Saturday to Well Bros 88 head of cattle at 510 per cwt The trustees are preparing t paint the schoolhouse and put U a new yard fence around it If you do not want to please al the people then all you have to d is just to try to please them Last week was Institute week I Montgomery Co and now the boy is incarcerated once more Mrs Ella Hamilton and children visited relatives near Owingsville from Wednesday until Friday If you know anything wort b yourselfbutBecause the day is cold and dreary its no reason your lit should be calm sad and weary Hon Brack Carter is going ti make a clean sweep for Constable That is if no one runs against him Well South Side we are glad to learn you are once more resting OD the dark and bloody ground p Mrs Polly Baxter returned horn to Winchester last week after a weeks visit to her brother Nimrod Byrd Sr Mrs Ed Heaton of Judy and Mrs James Wilson of Mt Ster ling visited Mrs J IL Giliaspie Saturday Misses Nannie Gregory and Ethel Hall visited at Jesse Morgans near North Middlotown Thursday and Friday Mrs Sallie A Tnul Mrs Robt S Smith and Mist Ellen Patterson attended the Knights Templars Conclave at Louisville last week Harry C Gillaspio and daughter Miss Mary of Clark county were guests of the formers brother J H 3illaspie Wednesday and Thurs day After being the guest of Joe Coons and family for several days Miss Nellie Fairweather returned to her home in Cincinnati last weekOver in Ohio Wanted to know the whereabouts of the followers of one Geo A Groot When last front they themselves were trying to find out where they wore at t All of our national parties haveh ieen for raformbut strange to n all these one hundred years none the reform parties have been elected or at past it doesnt seem tbapway f k ItiiihfI I Qf The Racket g HDEBBUT UNDERSELL HEADQUARTERS FOR DRY GOODS NOTIONS SHOES HARDWARE COME AND SEE OUR BARGAINS Everything marked in plain figures One price to alii FOR CASH I Corsets 88 oo 50 441Vhite ydWhiteMens wool hats 25C up Colanders 9 Linen link cuffs 15C pr Oranite dish pans 35 30 Dark calico 4 5c yd BARGAINS AT TO 3 PAIR CASH EGGS IE w T o S Stand iHarvey Roberson says it rained a hard out of the clear other day Thats generally ulwaysono one ever sees eMises Nora and Nellie Coons and Cora Penned and Emmett Coons Tom Hamilton and Frank Byrd Sterlingratteni school at Winchester torso that if you slinks a stalk in either corner you will shake every leaf in the field If you know of a better piece than this do not tell anyone about it for if you do they will not me back to the Sweet Sunny South Where they lynch but otto man a day Take me back to the Sweet Sunny South There is the place where I deari to stay South Side The Knob Lick writer has R 1ev head and an honest heart The bundle of OUTLOOKS of Ati 8th has arrived Uncle Sam is clow but sure The average girl would raider be caught in nwimniiii thun to be keen with a ginghjiuiilrvss 9Q role a Trotnnnsiurefn worricsothsr women more tlmn it plensesshe man wlio rnu to par for it When a boy plays a whptl for cigarettes his mother stops long enough in her contest at curds to screamThe Bible does not promise itf but there is no doubt but that the munIJas H Carrington Sr is dan gerously ill at this writing Later He died Saturday at 4 oclock Further notice next week John and Hackney findpbeen working at 250 per day attendoown stop run ning around on purpose givingad oongstersIImore happy marriages and fewer divorce suits H B Armitage says the crows may get some of his corn but he doesnt fear coons or squirrels in the least as the stalks are so tall that they couldnt possibly make wllterIteViii Karrick who went to Oklahoma to look at the country and- o made a waterhaul has returnee home Will may go again and look all over it from the east to the west and from the north to the south but on his return he will proclaim from the housetops that there is KenIIWe have used every endeavor to persuade some one to correspond from this place but it seems all in vain However we dont care much we will try occasionally to partially represent this locality and we will pound the dickens out of John Car rington H B Armitago and Ate Warner if they dont tell us some news every week The following letter was picked up by your scribe and speaks for itself Names are suppressed on account of the feelings of the young lady Miss a deer old girl I love you and that is true and I hope you the same Deer bow I long for that timo to come that I can call you mine I love whisky and I love wine I love you and wish you were mine Retribution hap at last overtaken the destructive baggageman A mggagemaster on the Coal road yanked a trunk out of the baggage car the other day whirled it round bis head a couple of times and then brought it down on the platform with a crash its contents scattering far and near Then he discovered hat it was his wifes trunk She E ad just returned from a visit to er mother They pulled wool While passing through the Flat In Creek country we noticed Odd Brumigeniand Henry Orme rmed wjjh four sixshooters and a China bkg dishs 151216 5GalvTablets 531Mens work shirts 4223I2 doz pants buttons 6 Hair brushes 39 23 10 7 Granite tea kettles 46 2 Tube cake pans 12 108 tHvy 104 blhd sheetgiSc cVSEE IN SHOES 20C 1 PAID FOR 41 HEFLIN Slirouts shower 8Y- the youd uh Combs Fenlen i revolutionary saber that they bad borrowed from Henry Baty W i I thought they had blood ia their eyes nnd contemplated some terri HenryWardrs a standing guard in their tobacco patches to keep the festive worse off bitterlydenllunted a sanctified minister laid I sat for more than an hour watching one of these shameless women die porting in the waters of the lake T And dear brother could you not 1 have said without cramping tlu truth that would have sat for aiother hour studying the disgrace ful exhibition if the nymph of the wave hud remained in the water ilonger It IB very important that our school teachers be of a good tern perament A hightempered or spiteful teacher will in the course yof a lifetime ruin many children e under the care of a competent teacher with a good disposition i would have turned out dlere8t 5 tfyclonII r a that are not fit for a schoolmow- r Many people are beginning reaL 5 ize that some changes are ffluchr S4km 1 needed in our school and the soon er the better WV st End is trying to rstee a e fuss with us for not t see him Hes1tWkIrmprnbritwca are not U bi Ih ever we had the pleasure of fI1ii layshisand in the future he will have more time to promenadewith his calico Well lien Ill he down inftstlnrl time while your better half is away teuchin and stop at your castlr j fand well paint the surrounding country with apprnpriatffcolors as in days of yore Get 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