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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r c 4 l r J J 1 t 3EZ Ir iT 11 k OtI4 a r 4VOL XX I V OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY I IM ANO2Q rf57lWhen you havo a now item or wish to commUni- cate with THE OuTLooK ofilce by phone ring uj 57 tqJ DONT MISS THIS J GlLLONhns a large stock of sts Shoes Clothing Men s Fr t F nlshingll etc HE IS CLOSING TUEI Jt 1 lOUT AT COST Everyone knows Gil p Ion and when ho says Cost you no more Hundreds of people Ipaytaking advantage of this great Slaughter Sale Do not doubt and pay more for goods Como and eee for yourself f r T S Sbrout still has a few bug t glee to sell at the lowest prices JPP trPicture ranies at low prices J M BROTHER 1 IWKTEDA few copies OUTLOOK OUTLOOK OFFICE I The late David Ratliff was not a pansloneras wasorroneously stated last week 1T Tho SundayBctioc1 children on Joyed a fino treat at the Christian Church Sunday t p ij 1 handle the noted ElkliornWhis key There is no bettor made e 1 J W LANK Owingsvifle Ky t If you want an auctioneer I am soar man Terms reason blo MD PARIS I Oscar Chandler moves his store to MUs Jennie KlliottV bueihasv t house on Main St the firstof Jan uary George A Peed bought the to rI bacco crop of Geo Carpenter nnd James Warner of MPf er Slate crci kat 5ic Frank P Hendrir iwifl bought vnit John MarklandV interest in I the Markland beet opto take effect Jan let The Fiscal Court met Monday to receive bids for keeping the Poor house The Court will meet ngaiu Jan 20th to consider the bids p On Tuesdayand Wednesday iiight of last week there were more Tiininb candles and cannon crackers el hot in the streets then over before 1ridny uorninj was the coldest of the season the thermometer be jugnny 8 degrees above zero Snow liai j ty red the ground1 since c It f ii t s I4S1hj t1f4 lr t1 t I Ij Tor 1 I r l lf b 11 t 1 t f t 7i7Jl fW o f 1Z c iv liii J j t 41 4 j I tft f t1 oi IV lt t t p o to jt i I i t1 1 I 4 tI t f stI t J t p iit s r j1 1 tt p Aitj 1it i t 41 t i I 4 i y J t lJ t L C sS k 1 7 J +ttio i f 1 i i tlJ iiStI ti r i tt te r 7 t c ti- s JIiChat t J zt ti 1 f k lrt trit f ft oj4 y r i fCl tit 47Vrs42F 5 4 fl jff1 Si 4z r t t1 t oy rvIi J rI i t br zi f t1J 4v jSt J1 = j iwh 1 1t y t 11ft 4 l 1 I it j 1J 1 Ji7i1t tiff2t + rp lJj fl K t t J1 It 4 r J tiSJb s4 t I o t 71t Af JI li tt jj 1t i fl olf1 tfi t4 t f r1 i 14 Ifiliv ic fJ l rP4 JI b t 1 S Jh1I- IJJ jiit t1 c4d 11o1 9 4c4 pjt rtjjt t 4 i1 t 1 J fif i t ii j c U4t 1oti ij f50Xo tf 1 4 ri t i IWJt tf l ttA 2 Ir 4ji f1j1 Jf l iOJij t + 1 littI1 fffq i J tfff1n11 r t0 t f t tM I I iI PtttqilUtts h ft r t ihs I rk Jtft ttt4 2t4 f s i t ikLjLjUJh 011If J l r f s dS t t 0jw PERSONAL heth Bolts little daughter Bertha li8 grip Clay Donnnn returned Friday u business trip Mrs T JJones la muck improved from her illness H S Estill came down from Ash land Friday night Woodson Shrout of Mt Sterling was here Friday tIfrsMargaret bunker is conval escent from her illness llev R A Walton loft Sunday af ternoon for n trip to Chicago Ohio Coons went to Cincinnati Thursday returning Saturday James Carter of Prickly Ash has been suffering with gallstone colic Mr and Mrs James Barney of Howards Mill were in town Tues dayMrs Melissa Qnult after a sereIllness is able to walk about tho room Miss Jennie Elliott was seriously sick last week but is able to be up again Mrs Walter Harper of Mt Sterling is with her mother Mrs Eliza Dawson Mrs C M Kennedy returned Tues day morning from a visit at Nlcho Rev W W Homer pastor of thoISharpsburg DnpUstChurch was Tuesday iiiss Jtnry Gudgall is the guest of Miss Mary Miller Coleman of Mt Sterling BfS Oalvin spent from Saturday till Wednesday In Richmond andeLexington Jucob Adams of near Grunge City returned last week from a stay at Potomac Ill Elyllrownorflurgin Mercer arrived Tuesday to visit hisnunt 31Sj D N Young Rev Ed L Sanford went to Cat lettsburg Monday to visit his brother John Sanford spentChristmasand Mrs TJ Peters spEntfromsister Mrs E W Heflin Mrs Nat Baldwin of Nicholas yule came Wednesday to visit Mr and Mrs C M Kennedy Miss Ida Waide of Nloholasvlllo was expected Wednesday to be the guest of Mrs C M Kennedy Mrs S Sl Inney and children oCI Rothwell spent Christmas with herI parents Mr and Mrs J M Brother Miss Mary McQueen nf Louisville Arrived Friday to ho tho guest of Kinciiiil and otliei friends Miss Annlu Winn Williams 0 t cntnG luesdll v to vjsit- idnQ the f f t4 1 i A i l t i 5 1i S 1 O itv1 i I r tkzSi9 t t 1 0i4 1 i tt ti I t 5lre w 1 tC1j j 45l4jrkrw 7 1IC 4q I fr5 4 t S i t b 4 L j i I s l 4 i f 1 WASNT A BUROLAU Montana Jim Miller went homo Sunday night and thought ho heard a bur glur in tho bouro just as he entered 1the door He fired his pistol His wife lighted a lamp and saw that he mid shot her in the hand making a slight grazing flesh wound FUR SALSA full set of bicycle and gun tools consisting of foot lathe brazing forge all kinds of small tools all kinds of bicycle and gun repairs also 3 bicycles and 2 breechloading guns No other shop in town J A POWE- ROwingSJlle Ky HOXOK T9 WHOM HONOR IS DUE The childrens treat at the Chris tian Sundayschool last Sunday was a joyous occasion and brought cheer to many little hearts It was not provided by any one person as erroneously stated in last weeks OUTLOOK but by tho teachers and friends of the school CiiRisTiiA3 ACCIDENT Mrs Sarah Jackson had her hands severely burnt by her clothingcatching from a fire in her yard at which her grandchildren were celebrating Christmas with fireworks Christ mae day Nearly all her clothing was burnt off and she had a narrow escape from serious if not fatal Injury CHRISTMAS ACCIDENT David Shanks of near Bethel on his way homo from this town one day lustI week lit a cannon cracker at the crossing of Flat Creek Boloro he could throw the cracker out of his band it exploded and blew off twoI oi his fingers His hand was mutilated and blood poison is feared He went to Sherburno for treatment METEORITE SOLD WHDaugh erty last week sold the Bluford Staten meteorite to Prof Henry Ae Ward of Rochester N Y who made a trip to Lexington on purpose to see it at the A k M Col legc The prico war not less thanI 200 Prof Miller will take it toI it meeting of scientists at Wash ington City before turning it overI to Prof Ward MORGAN Co OIL George Jones returned last week from a trip to tho Morgan county oil fields He brought nckn sample of the 1700I feet wells oil which is a very thin black oil and rich in the lighter components It catches tire and burns instantly on the application of a lighted match Only two weill hnvo ben drilled yet but there is much territory leaded anti operas IQ vIbe r j1 7TT1i1 y i c jlt lJ t t iE j 1 1x iloit t R10 c 1 t A1 i f 0 J r tit 1tit lr J f 0 ol J r 455s5ij 1 Ifli3 1 Avr 11 OI v tt r Is 1ri or 1t 1 IJ 1 f J Qt T t r 1Itirc cl AIL VIt 1r i i 1 ti IfIt t oXi i 0 s i J ft ti t t f i s Iit 4 It Ii tt o i r fi 1 II i I i 7 5 rT vr v r l i I r x J t ThMASQUERADE BALL The grea masquerade bull nt the Courthous to dance tho old year out and th newyear in Wednesday night wa being eagerly looked forward to hi the dancing folks und others while this edition was coming off the press SurKiuiUMAN FEATLast Satur weighingstation nt Stilt Lick the skids slippedand knocked Cole Williams to tho ground and stone and skids fell across Williams shoulder doubling him up Bud Knoxa sor- Morton aged about 18 years was tho only ono present but he by superhuman effort lifted the stono off of Williams a feat that would have been simply impossible under any ordinary circumstances Wil liams was badly injured MASONS ELECTED OFFICERS Bath Lodge F fc A M No 55 on last Saturday elected the following aUIcers for the ensuing year SD Thompson Worshipful Master Ew- Ing Conner Senior Warden Henry Hopkins Junior Warden Arthur Byron SocretaryB F Perry Trens erer C W Honaker Steward and Tyler The following were appointed Conner Ewing Senior Deacon Crit Young JuniorDeacon Reuben Gudgell I B Conyors andI J J Lacy Finance Committee turIkoypartaken of by tho members BATH SEMINARYS FIRST TEACHER W H Dougherty received the following Des Moln s Iowa Dec 25 1902 merits of tho Holiday sea- sonslucero anti heartyto the pupil of agoI days health happiness every good thing 1 long tos e the old school place more j JOHN SCOl1cMr Scott was a soldier in tho Mexican war and was taken pris oner with C issius M Clay by the Mexicans JHo came here on foot about the Bath Seminary wusicompleted tIme was employed by tho company to teach the first SC Ho taught aunt ber of term subsequently lunyI of his old p pUll remember him Rntli doubtless wLll he glutl to hear thatIhe is still 4Itvo arid vigorous fur one of such advanced CjCAurENTuRnNoLDs WED On Christmas eve at the Tnuie of the brides parents oti Jones IJrandi Kier B H ROBS in the prcloncu 91a large number of gLlHtWUlin niarrjag8 jjr Mi chat rpenter jr and ftiw- la A oounteoils repast od things of the season 7 f by thotic present pretty littlo duugh Mrs Stophen Rcy j 4 I 0Iiii 4 l jy f i f7 r + f 1 1 i r a r I4 I 4 in IdI Cr rC CSWJ a I t d i trHlBAcKETs1DRE1 This year we are going to sell U better bargains than we have ever offered in the past We Dont Give BaitsB- UT SELL EVERYTHING PRIOEIIf you are looking for low prices dont forget we are headquarters ONE PRICE TO ALL Ve have a few LADlES JACKETSth- atwe will sell at cost llqt Granite Dishpans 33c Horseshoe Rasps 35 30 24c Mens Mittens 25 20 lOc Cambric Lining 40 yd pr8daypaperCobCupI tic 25 20 lOc GASH PAID FOR EGGS Ii E W HEFLIN NorSurERSTITIOUSSDThompi son was elected Worshipful ster the Masonic Lodge by a majority thirteen as were Ewing Conner their re rlThompson r Warden by 13 In 1890 Mr Thompson was elected Worshipful Master by 26 majority Dud says he is always elected by 13 or a multiple of tho name anti is wishing for an election by 13 on Friday to see how the combination of unluckiness will work bud is in the slightest supTstitiousalj1 about a kt ppj as I e n 1 k CarylonISaturday to visit their sister Mrs Chris Vhitcoiabat Ashlnnd Ihe young people enjoyed a pleasant social at Tom Dickersons residence on Xmas night Jessie Steele und wife nee Mar io litirncp have taken rooms at the fvrmc p It t 4 p 4 t4I d CWSfi 5ItscM if tiy18 J f r s t f t lyo tsC t u Granite Pans 18 513cI38 centerfire Cartridges lc Needles 3c paper Apron Gingham 5cyd Steel Traps 12 Oc 12 Shoo Strings so Mens Undershirts 40 33c Jeans Prints JOe IJrI Thermometers 9c Blacking Brushes 10 8c TS Shiouts Old StandI John Kautz his soninlaw Har ry Bartholomew and wife of Clay t W Va tire spending the holidays with the formers wife and other relatives hero The Masons gave a freo dinner in their hull hero Saturday which j was enjoyed very much by the wellfilled house many people from near by towns being present Charlie the 4rp roM sor oCI W S Stevens nx sLid a large canur tiis in lig hnfl u a iighr terriblyI turning und bursting tho palm Should blood poison set in ampu ution would probably bo necessary The Odd Fellows had a Christ mas tree in the school ball Xmas eve which was well loaded with nice presents for all children of town and vicinity This order should be highly com ic ntcdfpr the great interest th Ii vu taken for the enjoyment oi itc children W F Brown our oj aiaodnling 21stIany rfrlendli evening t i S i 1 it sft r PtT v4 J c i r r 11l A rt j R FJ 2 c tfq t 5 tiI I I i I I T = S4DLESkHAHNESSa1frfamness Aif1 t i tmill Iriit1rcut honionrtd d p Otf1 toI1 tn onlymako fitIassork g Our IffiNTmrG MSe 1 NtiG S-lA D rntE trIs the e sIaiihi a jet tinanc1Thos it atIesaItIlemdP t4I- fyou Jtr J izrJapdmitde riiss wJ1l 1 always UM tor Ihnve thol t Sle 11egOjit n LI 1 J f part of the Ifth Iam Yotirro bestsatrth nraI 1 h i 11J t EUGENE MINIHAN Otv jE KY t P J SAM IIt ATWSON f H- DmJcci1 J FINE WHISKIES WIBES JBAGGft CIGRSJIi tJ L 1 ai L6i M M Q fJ 1 rt People L tF r 11 i I IIIIe good goods and at the lowest to found anywhere 1 have hardly any expeiiHtCandjthcrefiiro I s MlCai SELL CHEAPER AT LESS PROFIT GOODS CHEAP Is what you want Come to tJmo and you are sure to get thorn By selling you good i real cheap I will gstyour trade That is what I A N want and that is the only way to get it I sell SEE MY CLOTHINGS BEFORE BU INbL i Mens 225 Boots at 165 2I or 3 Boots at 185 Boys bestmade 175 Boots Ilti Ttd Best Boys Seamless Shoes 110 M ens hightop 2 Shops 145 Old Ladlesfl and 125 Shoes 80 9 Gtd Patent Cordovan Shoes 200 It Mens leatherlined 2SljoesT55 For by Kcms American or Boston s roc Rubbers r C droy extraqHlItySur IOxford trayCusBlmeiSr BlueSerfeSuiiscolor r u Bnitr i iRnglnnOvtrcoat iu JFjOvercoats bnrgzs k OSCAR CHANDLER i it c ctp J t Ji IIY s Y = 1t lII9 i grv J 1fLf li j it J r f2 iio f = x 1fGREENSEALi 1 t El 1 if J f FOR MEN WOfTfeN and CIIILD1 ji k i tJ10Z S i i2 KAMADE IN LOUISVILLE r IJf t SII J i WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNEj JbestwearIng leather in tt1 t3f L rtt 4 r sale Oscar Clra J fo r f2 t Pj rc fM t t f i 7 i j etPoverty and hardship have T bcen the great schtioinastera o i C human mace ind hasp t prmIncnc0 5 a manr a j l it vr I0 II i r h Id il crti r t7 1 ti O1t c 1 Jc iIi t r1 rC4 f 31fti1tjt 1 S 1 iid Sicjs 6t tlb f tft = 2 3t Ii wtp ir iT f d f itiisli t h 0 ii 4Sl A0 c j jr l 4 qk s 4e- II 71J1 11 j Vf 5 t 5i c S I Ii 111 S p i e jll 1 S4I 4 I VI 5u4l4 IJ t4 f5 I I bP i iJr k Ht h MPm C k1 J eUTLOOK t1 SRtNoXhbUlIm YflcSVILL KENTUCKY Jy + i TOOK PAPAl i k bMt tlt aco iII al1 In Sunday bes goitr 1k Wfched a Utile sigh and wished fe4 i knew mlgbt4t1 AmJ PP II at once began V t 4 To sing the nose he fsadewas mot Uke swamlRK bees or thunder than I Th tUnGWkflQW as Shining Shore i 1 And little OeftrseAwlth blue wideopen t 1 ieyes surrseii 1Hls CVtig loyal little out t c was troubled by a nameless drhe 0 a noiseless step he stole Jc tTo where his mama sat and readt 0 Ho laM one little hand upon her book And mot hoi eyes wlh pleading took fh her book ndn hIs hair 41 4 ShPflASer flngr JJ cXt and cool h Wlthstu deipair George po nhetmuIc stool eA dIn two wordt olc 4 pity fear and dreads fe ii I l Poor ali7PlThis ww all that Gcorgl Vi t Why mama shrieked uid dropped her Ih book And l UBhted aloud george could not 4 eee S j I Nor wht hIs grandpa fair shook i 4 With merriment and chlloUVe glee k George left the toom and started down the hall 1 J He did not understand the Joke at altS har 1 Perez Murphy In St NIcholas t fp Stairs ofk t Sand lyEICTST KIANCT PIE1SON 1 f OojjrUW t r SUMt A Bmllh tt kPTFh XXtll CONTIHCED a 4t sted uneasily in his l laIr urb se j kT tnt but since fJ t youn hlieaic is under 0 a i1lalloww t course repi isthe only thing that t t t vou mean by that 11 lamazement S 4 si It Isay Let me tell a J dd MJT be released at anyp t4 obIsince the man I f nfessed i II r a great deal i 1t pmered Ellison e f t cSs than You i know TheJ 1 t 1 himself yourJI r tIYoled0 Ij abstrdt S f l l t us ns you imagine i 8bim later r J to have arranged Jurselt snerlngly t at our impudence 4 i zP7dnre n proscribed l 9 i iie receiving the a f I t ut 1 have n little ro I on my own oc S I t Uiarnett is free thatI6 4 elI the young 4 4 o i Ellison 4e- l r t 1 e finllIly o lt t 4chere the I 44t s j4 to 1fo tt jsI 17 tI7 4 1 e 0 I U 3 1 1 t lf i t 1 s 1 t 4 a is r V t74tII 6J r i fI rip 4cw 4 tC ttIt to ta p 1 r7 4 f 1tilJ4AI a I 1 t i t i JsI k j f 9 lJ t t t t I iS 7tt t i ctf i- ot It r if L i t 6 I v r 1io J1 it k t tt f lJI Ii Mr lr4b4 5 Nr f V t Yk iip4P tjT i t T oF r + I 4 T7 I 5t 1 fzi r 1hJ ijxidd5 jt f 4 1Ft 1 Jon I 41I t S t t jf y iiI v Jt tia i PeS4 itvl1Z 44 tr fiyi 4 frltI f 1 tl iijjl + J i i 5 r t r bt 1T l b i tf fZH t4 i t t IilIMA4iQ7 Lf tc r i C r cl bA1 jr W i tS t fo i rc YiEP t O I rt ji l1 z44 ts f ft Ct i f t Sl f ti J Nt ttf t hfJrioct f1h1 t c 4ic thIIt 1 r t 4 1 1bit l A r y c 4ti c 7t JnJ t t to i tS1f d 4 l r l r t t tt 4iJ g I IJ r tSkt S j r 1V J T t 74f1lJA JfS yJ t doll 1 f I J jo lI1JItri i pr tf 0 r i w r t 1 r crIz itP Ir i6 t ttrfi r l tkt J f wI 1PJW 1wjJ jfi 0 v r fl fJl1 f O 1 l Jt 4Cj l4 4 to IiCi f1 Jr o t Oift 1 o4 i J i 1 i t r vI 1 tiifjt r 7 h will mot Le a wont bent her birth I thaI not speak of thai You are a queermana queer man muttered Ellison and then shnkinghihopeless of solving Job watched him go with a faint smile How he would have liked to show his claws and yet he was afraid A coward at heart he hesitated how tn act even when itvn nly a broken dQwn exconvict ag inst 1umtA- He approached the window and grdenItseated under a tree that suddenly hanged the expression of Bis face completely Ht reemedi be nore deeply moved than at onY time since he had been fencing with Jnmcs Elli son lor an antagonist jlle returned to the center of the rtyom In deep thought and then Yes I must see h r It will be such greatlrMdncwa liat her lover Is free end that I hiwve smoothed the way to their hanp21css It will com Xort the poor liljJi God bless lien Audleavlng the rim ho went down the stairs Into the garden with n smile of anticipation on his face CHAPTER XXIV A VICTORIOUS DEFEAT Job Jlendrkks entered the garden with n light step Seeing the gleam of a white skirt in the distance he made his way in that direction At the vtame time he was timid about approaching the object of his quest Grace Ellison came running toward him but when she recognized a stranger she drew back and then when she recalled that she had seen him before stood for a moment un decided in the path Job had taken his hat off and as he approached In a humble way bespoke in a stammering voice while his face colored like a bashful schoolgirlsMiss have good news for you What do Oll mean That tolntomorrow at the most he will be free She stepped forward and took his rough hands in hers Are you sureare you sure drawing back again as if doubting such wonderful news could be true Xo Hoiibt about it miss since the real criminal lies confessed She looked at him for a moment in silence and then held out lien hands to him with a gesture that was at once graceful and childlike- I believe you have something to do with this Not all I should have liked and tlen Job began strange performances with his handkerchief while for n moment he turned away his lirnil I nm eiliz4jint you have been instrumental in bringing this about and he seemed to tremble as her eyes filled with a soft andykindly look met his v 41I did what I could clearing his throat with an effort and then after a moments silence I shouldnt wonder but Dick might ar the here at any moment Perhaps he is even now in the htlllseIShe uttered a joyous exclamation and then without a word more ran by him in the direction of the house Jobstood there for a moment in the sunny path looking after the brigh figure and then turned away a sigh I might have kept the good news back ton a moment for after all this may be the last time I shall see her jie walked slowly down the path eJhail taken nnd then flung him jojUnrti a bench in the shadow alIs hoping that by waiting V see lien gain As he soft ear half a r C tl 4 I tiI X J i 7 J e J I t t Jrt0 ri r rJ 1 i J t iIte10 Jm il W s v4 l io t iR 1 Jtl1o r k k ci n4- l p v jhb i tb 2p 4 I 4 4 5f-i i 0 k l t I i s t d t sI tjicy v4c 4 i pdi se t 4z i I 47- q J 1 rl iI 1r NoJlO tktro It Botblngto y daughter v o quavered Grace hor1around for a moment in a bewilderceryjvay then said Why did ho c11 his daughter Ah his mind is wandering and he is thinking of thy daughter that lie- dnlsfaBtg1zl g eyes were fixed on her trid at the sound of her voice his face seemed to brighten Will you will you kiss mefor her sake he murmured and his life seemed to hang on her reply For a moment she hesitated then I anc4 down and touched his lips with hers As she turned away Job sank in the inspectors arms and his eyes closed but on his mouth was a smile of ineffable peaceand BO the end came to the tired min Frank Ellison did not escape and evidence being produced to show him tJ be themnn who had made merry with the police so long he was tried and sentenced to a long term of imprisonment James Ellison was not seen from that day and his affairs were found In such a tangle that the entire fortune he had received from his wife had vanished Dick Darnett learned in time of his young wifes origin but It did not change his feelings toward her and she never learned the secret of hrlife As for Martin Frale the mya tery of his career end his reason for having taken anothers name and reputation and assuming his charac ter is still a puzzling memory 1o many Perhaps he died just at the time he wished vhen his work WM accomplished and he needed rest TIlE ENDl SHE WON THE RACE The More Than Gratifying Ontronti of an English Woman Danker Hide In Egypt The humors of donkeyriding In Egypt have been told by most travel Irs in the east The experience of the English governess of the khe dives daughter told in her book Fivn Years In Egypt My donkey was rather an unsociable animal and was nut satisfied with winning but carried me on fur beyond even the hearing of my companions Then at last thought fit to slacken his pact ja he was thus walking leis urely along I began to examine the contents of my pocket and took out my notebook to make some entries While I was thus occupied the don keyboy who had run noiselessly after me on the snail suddenly rushed up and with blows urged my donkey on at full speed I had only time to grasp the reins anti away I went my treasures all scattered be hind me and 1 shouting to the boy to desist These boys run as fast as the donkeys nnd in answer to all my scolding replied Yes missus you very good donkey he called Flying Dutchman and then to keep the honor of the name another blow to urge him forward In a few minutes I was on the bank of the river long before my companions and then the boy had the effrontery to ask for bakshish for having got me there first An African Sight From the bush rose the death scream of some animal In the grip of its pursuer jackals yelped in the distance or the prolonged howl of a hyena broke out close at hand A wakeful bOy imitated it derisively the anDrea gave place ton renewed murmur of talk the uskari flung another log on the smouldering fire Not always did the land lie silent I have known sleep made difficult b the antics U ud 5 i Li r ff s jr ft C t J i 4 j i it 3iN jj fI4P o t J ji I 9 j s i 4 7i t iJ 0 I r is f 5P I l trJ r l It r a 11f t f tb J It f i I Jt1 i 1t 1 + i 4 j l t q1c9 Orv J r niL J r ftYCt r h1 ffi 1t r trf i b ktidl 1iA l of p tf i iik ttJc f7 I i l e ttr t i ia t i r J ar tr r f i i r r 1 i i1 fH r t y t 4tii THE PROMISED LAND It Lies Before Every One in the Possibilities of the New Year Seiuonnlile Sermon bjr the ttlBhwar- anil IljiTny IrMclirr on Cnlcbi- llrare Appeal and Ivaula Noble 1uruoae Copyright 1901 by A N Kellogg News paper Chicago Dec 23 2- TextsLct us go up at once and pos sess It the land for we are well able to overcome ItNumbers 1330 This one thins do forgetting those things which are behind and reaching forth unto those things which are before I press toward tho mark for the prize of the high calling of God In Christ Jesus Ihlllppians 313H The world loves a hero It has the profotuulcst admiration for the brave manly man It is ever ready to ap plaud the man of conviction who courageously stands up in thin face of opposition and declares for the right It is willing to step asldi and give place to the Minn of noble purpose who is persistently pushing toward a high ideal It is even eager at times to catch the inspiration of a noble purpose and follow the load of the fearless pioneer ns he blazes the WilY into the new country of en larged possibilities Such characters may perchance be found in profane history Certain it is that they are found in the sacred history of Gods Word Two such characters step before us as the words of our double text fall upon our ears Caleb that In trepid explorer that fearless tighter that truehearted patriot anti Paul that magnificent soldier of the cross of Jesus Christ that sure steadfast loader that untiring preacher nnd writer They stand before ns in nil of their overtowering manhood ioVs noblemen their feet resting on the eternal purposes of the Divine will nnd their hearts ns true as steel and as uncompromising for the right ns the mountain that feels unmoved the breath of the tempest Caleb with the black looks of cowardly fear cast upon him by the other ten spies and with the fainthearted and rebel lirus people surging about him stands up and courageously pleads ret us go tip at once nnd possess It the land for we are well able tu overcome It Paul with the clank of the chains sounding in his ear and with the form of the powerful Praetorian guard overshadowing him as lie wrote to his beloved Philippinir church sees beyond his prison wall and the limitations of his surroundings and exclaims This one thing I do forgetting those things which are behind and reaching forth unto those things which are before I press to ward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus Caleb and Paul stand face to face with the Promised Land of new pos sibilities In the unknown realm toward which their steadfast gaze was turned hope anti aspiration paint an attractive picture of fresh tri umphs nnd enlarged opportunities posselOiIful swcini th side nnd Gods sure promise of victory in his heart is im patient for the command Forward march Paul stripped of every Im peding weight with every muscle set and his eye fixed steadfastly on the goal listens eagerly for the word Go that will send him speeding over the course to obtain the coveted prizeNo less really does everyone who treads the narrowing border land of tlu OM Year stnnd face to Ipee with S f i itfi j 5 J cS4 p S t j S t e 1dL i Z c 5 f 1i fZ tow D r f a s 1sZ i I f 9 i a gi x T 4ti + SstJj j i r y n r a h It rl 0 l Egypt for 400 years how tied raised up a leader for them In Moses and brought them by a miraculous way through the Red sea own through the wilderness around Mount Sinai and up to the border land of Canaan where we find Caleb pleading with the people to go up at once and possess the land which God has prom- Ised to give them and which In Ills strength they are well able to over come The Promised Land was a land flowing with milk and honey A veritable garden spot where every Is raelite was to dwell In safety and contentment under his own vine and fig tree A Promised Land for Israel but is there a Promised Land for everyone who will go up and possess it Let us see The Promised Land was given by promise of God to Israel it was se lected by God and God led the way up and into the land This triple association of God with the Promised Land has its close parallel In the re lations which God sustains or wishes to sustain to every life It Is said that life is what we make It nnd a trenchant saying of the present tiny Is Dont wait for your opportu nity make It Longfellow in his Psalm of Life says Lives of great men all remind us Wo can make our lives miblime And departing leave behind us Footprints on the sands of time These declarations are true when Goo is linked in the thought nnd when lie has an opportunity to workout In the purpose anti activity of man but they ore only half truths if man seeks by himself nnd In his own strength anti wisdom to make his Own opportunity nnd to make his life a sublimo Success There ran he no sueeellll1trueany kind which tines not Include God ns a factor The Promised Land of every life is the supreme possibil throllghIhigh calling of God in Christ Jesus Tho supreme possibility of the chil dren of Israel lay in their entering the Promised Ijinil of Canaan and oc cupying it How tho glory of that possession shines out in the reign of Solomon so that to this day the splrmlor anti wisdom of Solomon are cited as a hasiof comparison The children of Israel if they hail not mlAhtIIanti prosperous nation possibly hut they never could liars rejoiced In thus splendor anti riches nUll prosperity anti power of a Solomons reign if they had not occupied the land God chose for them and gave to them So it is with the individual life H may refuse to enter the Promised Land anti still seem to win success and honor and fame and ricticsbut the su preme possibility of the romised Land is nnt realized The Promised Land was Divinely selected antI God by Us wonderful providences led the wny into it So it ifj with the Promis d Land lying before you and me in the New Year It is Divinely appointed and God will lead yon and me 14o it if we will but let Him The high calling of God In flhrlst Jesus is the land flowir g with the nitili and honey of 7ivine possi bilities which God calls every soul to enter There are fig lings by the way there are Jondansito be crossed there are to l overcome theie are enemies to ye driven out but God leads every stetP of the way And what is tb in Christ Jesus htgll which takes a soul with the practical the world and ma titv Is It a caM 3 t E 1 t r t Sdi J r J 5 r t 4 t 1 h t l c S i1 4 t I q i fa f k F r l- r q 2 1r 5 a t rIf J r i 7 4 JJei r= t f t 5 t f f t t 1 L an Ignominious retreat What do you suppose it was that Paul was so anx ious to forget anti the memory of which would so evidently prove s handicap in the race he was running Certainly it was not the bright Ous he met in the way on his journey to Damascus when he heard the voice of his Lord speaking to him out of the Heavens certainly it was not his three years communion with his Lord In the Arabian desert during which time he was taught up to the third heaven anti heard unspeak able words which it Is not lawful for a maui to utter certainly it was not the mighty work he had accom pushed on his evangelistic tours through Asia Minor nnd Europe ccr lalnly It was not his beloved church at Phillppi for he says In his open ing salutation to them in the letter from which our text is taken I thank my God upon every remem brance of you certainly it was not his bunt antI the afflictions which lund corne to him for he says of these I would ye should under stand brethren thnt the things which happened unto me have fallen out rather unto the furtherance of the loxpcl xo that my bonds in Christ are manifest In all the palace nnd in all ntlicr places He delight ed to call himself the prisoner of lenus Christ dnd in his second letter to the Corinthians he carefully enu merated what he had suffered for the sake of the Gospel Of the Jews live times received I forty stripes save one Thrice was I beaten with rods once was I stoned thrice I suffered shipwreck a night anti a day I have been In the deep in journey legs often In perils of waters in rils of robbers in perils of mine own countrymen in perils by the heathen in perils In the city in per ils in the wilderness in perils in tho sea in perils among false brethren III weariness nnd painfulness In watch ings often in hunger and thirst in fastings often in cold and nakedness so that we know these were not the things which Paul wished to wipe from the tablet of his memory nay he is even particular to close bysnying I will glory of the things which concern mine in firmities I do not believe it was even the angelic face of Stephen whose death Paul was Instrumental in compassing What was it then that Paul wanted to forget The opening verses of the third chapter of Philippians I believe tell us He wanted to forget his splendid pedigree his scholarly attainments his spotless life for they fed pride antI selfcentered esteem anti hindered his gaining the Promised Land of the high calling of God The things that were gain for him he counted loss for Christ And here is where we need to begin to strip for the race into the Promised Land Pride anti selfcentered esteem have wrecked more lives and blocked the entrance into tim Promised Land of tim high calling of God than any thing else that touches the human heart nnd life If you want to run with Paul you must forget those things which are behind which will nourish pride and selfesteem Strip yourself of these hindering weights and you may with this New Year enter the Promised Land which God sets before you It was no easy task which Paul set for himself It will be the hardest thing you ever did in your life to kill that pride which la blinding your eyes and narrowing your view of life to break up that nt rp J c which has made whi vs 4ls t 5 a t t 1 iA ti tIIt f tII Yt idr fJjjA C7J i1 i7 tS iiiJ4 r Iii t a r ffi tS a iII T i I 4 4 I r fiit 14 f j f S t1iSJ4 7 j t c r Jffi 1t r IT WAS A GREA SCHEME Bat There Wainlt SufllcJrti Induce meat to Make H a Sure Winner Among several tracts of wild laud I own in the northern part of the itate said a wealthy Detroiter the other day according to the Free Press is an extensive marsh I ICnow that a great many cranberries are gathered there every season but I have no objections to that About three months ago 1 got word that a certain man living near the marsh had constituted himself as an agent and wal ready to warn the public off 1 asked for particulars and the agent came down here lie wai an old farmer with avarice in his eye and be proceeded to explain Colonel I heard that a gang of tel lens was comin over from the next county this fall and gain into camp on your marsh for two weeks to gather berries and 10 1 did some talkin to keep em away Dcnt you always gather a large quan titT yourself I asked Oh yes I guess I gather and lell about 20 bushels a year but then 1 m living right there you know And that makes a difference Of course Ill tell you what I comedown for I want to build a 400 barn next spring and I want to do it from the sale of cranberries If youll Just give me- a lease of that land for a or two 1 keep everybcdy off and make enough clear money In two seasons to do all my build in and repairin And what am I to get for such a leaF I asked The old fellow did some bard think ing for a minute or then came to a conclusion and replied Well colonel Ill be if I dont tend you down a buihel of cranberries and Ill picketa mpeifand see that they are all right you tee what kind of a man I am SPRAYING CORPORATIONS The Ssuaor Spluttered In lila Speech and an Umbrella Wiui Called For Senator Spooner told a story the other day in whico the late Senator Ingalls and Senator Van Wyck of Nebraska fig ured Van Vyck was making one of characteristic speeches in attacking cor porations lie bad a peculiar style of delivery as he wanned to his subject it was his habit to move restlessly from one tide of the chamber to the other contin ually talking lIe talked so fast that be often sputtered and senators were care ful to keep out of range of the moisture he hissed through his closelyset teeth says the Washington Post Mr IngalU and Mr Spooner once sat dlrectlTin front of Mr lunebtas Sen Wyck was of hte resemblance to that noted chracter when he was delivering an impassioned ut uponthecarefullyinspectedly signaled for one of the pages to come to him Then in one of bis famous wbis which penetrated the entire chambe- rlnahis said Boy bring an umbrella for Senator Epooner and a rubber overcoat for me laughterWyck speech He simply shjfted his position so as to get beyoiW range of faultlessly dressed and sar castic A PROFESSIONAL OPINION The Advice of a Lawyer to Slim liar ber Who Was CuMlnaj In on lila IIiMlnecs A former judge now practicing law became interested when told by his fa vorite barber that the latter wanted to study with a view to admission to the bar relates the Philadelphia Times The lawyer encouraged hint in every pos sible lending him hooks and giving him an informal lesson while shaved puttingsoundly and painstakicgly gave information as to correct procedure After a time the exjudge earnd that the eeYNfello Yi e p f it 44 s r a I v 4 l 3 I 4 t 5j4r L1t c Fi h i t ac I j 4 Q f 7 r 1 y I t I tl kf I Mrs Emmons saved from U an operation for Ovaritis tells how she was cured by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound lamso pleasedwith the results Z obtained from Lydia Pinklmm a a u Vegetable Conpound that I feeL it a duty and n privilege to write yiiP about it 5ic1Isuffered for over five years with 4ovarian troubles causing an un M pleasant discharge a great weakness and at times a faintness would come over me which no amount of medicine JriJJ diet or exercise seemed to correct Your Vegetable Compound found the weak spot however within a few j weeks and saved me from an operation all my troubles had dis appeared and I found myself once more healthy and well Words fail to PZS describe the real true grateful feeling sthat is in my heart and I want to tell every sick and suffering sister Dont dally with medicines you know noth ing about but take Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound and take my word for it you will be a 4jdifferent woman in a short time Mns LAURA EMJJONS Wnlkerville Ont J fSOOO forfeit If original of above letter piecing gtnulntneu cannot be produced 4 4 Dont hesitate to write to1lrS j1JPinkham if there is anything about your case which you do r not understand She will treat s with kindness and her ad vice is free No woman ever re prrcttcd writing her and she has thousands Address is LynnMassa LfrhIAthiL411LbWIPJ1U IIiIb i Ijrr t fi 4 5C q t 4 niCl itk4J 5 4 tlhs 1vs e 4 5t p4K4 24 1 tV J rr4z3 I wti tc i rJ i a If t iS4iS I t 6 r Tsr O C i iJS a sPS 1 jS5 j 1 iI2 p a J l y 11I hT j I vs A FINE COUNTRY 1 tr lUleMt o I Ohio 8 aJW Western Can Farmtera ri t1 A delegate from Ohio to Western Canada says The tvjbole of West i t ern Canada seemed to me to be a tr t very line country but I spent most l of my tuna about thirty miles east of Lacombe in Alberta near what i i ia popularly known ns the coal banks amIvery coun f try nppears to be everything that the Agents of the Canadian Government I have claimed for It Good water can I be obtained almost anywhere from 17 to 40 feet and fed sprlnga The natural hay antigrass were magnificent in their growth and Spa vines very heavy I met 5S fiome of ray friends who moved there 9 IJ f f even years ago and two brothers oJ SteN1o had absolutely nothing on their l seven yeirs before n w own wo and a half sections of land and f 75 head of cattle They told me that e c they did not feed their stock alt win ter in fact never saw them again k until the spring when they came t home fat and without loss I gath ered wqats 6 ft 4 high and running tlOlaf1Sto 100 bushels per acre It appeared to me that all grasses wild and cultivated grow to perfection In part of Alberta that I saw a IM Itwo the farmers were cutting from to three tons of wild hay to the I found the climate very de in every respect and I urn tolds iKimble winter is the finest part of There U plenty of coal and J be had near at hand for the j53 hauling and such is my Satisfaction I with the country that I acquired aome land and have put a bunch of f cattle thereon I can confidently rec ommend Western Canada as n suit able place for farmers to immigrate r to and can assure them the kindest treatment by the people there so 31muel1 so that one does not dlstln 191 gulsh the fact that we hare left the l boundaries of the United States p51SjS IIugh Spender of the Westminster I azette one of the BrItish Journal sls who visited Canada this summer sl f 1002 says We fell in with a 8 young farmer from Somersetshire i England driving n binder round a t hundred are field of wheat in West I sj ern Canada In conversation T found that be came from within fifteen j miles of my old home In Somerset 1 shire Here was the very man we i wanted lIe had come to Manitoba 0 ten years ago with n capital of 12 on landing In England he had been employed on a dairy form and earned 0 eighteen shillings a week lie now owns 320 acres of land his horses buildings and cattle and expects to have 4000 bushels of wheat this sea 9lion We hall heard of such things in the old land but they did not seem credible until we came to this liv log example of the strides that it tft r possible to make in Manitoba Had this man remained in England it is pretty safe to say he would still he i earning no more than eighteen shillings n week while in the same period in Manitoba he has become a substantial and prosperous farmer si know a man who commenced In notowns 7000 acres of land some 30 hone bullocks cowl f f Y1 = n r 1 1 t i Jk h ii 1 1 to ta tI i j Si i l r E xt tt 2- 5f o i 1 JIf 11tf f fi b rT at o r Ji 1A t i Rs o 0t t fifia I 0 9 tM l t 1 1 W oiOi 4i t cthJ r l s r t Ii 6 It Y r fAfL1 r f55ii q S ia P + It rj J r t i ft J V 14 1 t XHtI s t 1 k 0 t 1 r 4 J1 1 j 45-Jff1rr a ito j i tl J 1o fCI i S4 Tit ii j 4e1i Ct 4 r ti ti ol t o1 i r k 1f HIo 1I 18 lJ 1J t7Je1r t o N N fffl 4i tiJ1i II t1 l t55la1 rh t io J f1Jt 7IJl tj5 io it t 1tfj4if f-5i S i cdr3 4 f QiQY T 1lr r 7 t 1L t lf fi- f 41fSz t t o t jt t 4I t r 4 Irk5p3t4 t Id j it1 t I1zrl 9i L 1 F1r4 i 3 f f z i l IL rrffht t Lt J I t r tt t Ir tJI 1 4 t j1ftr tj tJ tftl Ttifij1dtP 0 cIf i 1 4t 4 r it L liI f tn tor f A5Si4 c a1lt J t rSSS1 u 4fl Srtt i i G rl P7 r I J J 1 t tIfL Jt I t J r 11 I i I i1 f 1 1 j heMmKi K4 KjtIMMGMie IIli Gc U Leo r Sk1 STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST j A HISTORIC CHECK It Was Found Among the Person Papers of the Late Jas Murphy Lexington Ky Dec 2GWhlle John Skaln administrator of the estate of the late James Murphy was go ing through the latters personal papers Thursday ho came across a check for 1000 which Murphy drew on February 22 1897 payable to the order of tho late Harry M Wcfldon with In structions that Weldon bet tho full amount in Murphys behalf that Jas J Corbett would win his fight with Bob Fitzslmmons in Carson City Nov tuat year The check bears tho personal indorsement of Harry M Weldon For some unknown reason the money was never placed Murphy got the amount returned to him a few days after the fight In the shape of a personal check from Weldon CAUSED A PANIC Small Blaze In a Storeroom of a Pres byterlan Orphan Asylum Louisville Ky Dec 25A small blaze in the storeroom of the Presbyterian orphan asylum on Preston street In this city Wednesday night caused a panic among tho Inmates of the place The entire building was filled with smoke but the matron man aged to get alt of the children out of the house safely with the exception 01 two little boys who were rescued by a fireman after they had been almost suffocated The boys were revived however as soon as they were taken Into the open air DIDNT HEAR THE TRAIN One of the Most Substantial Farmers In Jeffecson County Killed Louisville Ky Dec 27Gabe Summers ono of tho oldest and most substantial farmers In Jefferson county was struck and killed by an L ft N fast passenger train No 7 near Hubers Station 14 miles from Louisville late Friday afternoon Sum mers was driving across the track rnd failed to hear the approaching train The buggy was ground to pieces and Summers was Instantly killed He leaves a widow and two grown chil dren Burned By Powder MaysvllIc Ky Dec 27James lId lln brother of Dr W R Hcflln of New port came very near losing both eyes Henry Farwick was shooting blank cartrfdges when one exploded In Mr Benins face He was terribly burn ed about the face and neck and was horribly disfigured by the grains cf powder penetrating the skin Shot and Killed By a Witness Frankfort Ky Dec 2G Edward Adams aged 22 years was shot and killed Thursday night by George Bean as the result of a quarrel over testi mony Bean had given in a police court here against Adams Before ho was t Adams stabbed Dean in the neck us t fi 5iS i5 t 4 t i7 rt It bI i i 1 t t c fS t ft x v I f r rt1 t fS r h Jo t O ht je f Lf r Lf J i i t1 f rtc J 1+1 t O i t otralIt Jt 55Jiip tk4t1dtd p a zt4 p r5v I J tt 5i lSc I J 5R s i jr pdCr r 5s jIIttp 4 1 LOWEST OF THE SEASON A Cold Christmas In Some Parts of the South I Louisville Ky Dec 20 Thursday was n cold Christmas in some parts of thc south In Louisville the tem perature was tIme lav est of tho season being 13 degrees above zero at mid night after hovering around tnat mark all day In Atlanta tho thermometer registered 32 degrees at midnight a drop of 14 degrees In 24 hours Tho temperature was 28 above in Memphis DESTROYED BY FIRE Senator Richardsons Home Burned Scarcely Anything Being Saved Guston Ky Dec 25The residence of lion Gus W Richardson state sen ator from the Tenth senatorial dis trict was destroyed by fire The mem hers of the family were away from home at tho time of tho fire and scarcely anything of value was saved No one of the family saved so much as a change of wearing apparel The origin of the fire Is not definitely known The loss will amount to about 8000 with Insurance of 3500 Attempt to Break Jail Versailles Ky Dec 26 George Honaker under sentence of life Im prisonment in the penitentiary for murderously assaulting his wife and for two former penitentiary convic tions and Alfred Gray awaiting trial for horse stealltu ioth white men attempted to break jail They had forced the lock of a cell door with a bar broken from an Iron bed when a Negro accomplice weakened and alarmed the jailer Giant Firecrackers Lexington Ky Dec 25OIant fire crackers are responsible for two seri ous accidents in this city Ono ex plod ed In front of a horse driven by WIl- lIam Dwyer city salesman for tho Stoles Co causing the horse to take fright throwing him out and breaking his arm Later Will Mayos an em ploye of the Southern railway had his left eye blown out by the premature explosion of a large cracker while In his hand Four Bullets Hit Him New Haven Ky Dec 27 William Middleton was shot by Mayor Will F Johnson who was trying to arrest hIm Middleton attacked Johnson with a club and Johnson fired four shots to save himself One bullet hit Mid dieton in the mouth lodging under the tongue two hit him in the left arm and one grazed the shoulder Ills wounds are dangerous but not necessarily fatal Smallpox at Bondvllte Harrodsburg Ky Doe 27Ten cases of smallpox have developed at Bondvlllc a station nine miles out on the Southern railroad Dr M U For sy the president of the board of health has quarantined tho stricken families and has oncred all the people thero vaccinated wrnn- S 5S r t PSt 4 i r r 4 r t f jt fSiIt L r fi t i I J 7Jzt i t h it t 5 4 1 L iJ ri e- i I f t y 1 St jt r ft V 1fi = t I1i1 t lJ 4 t f54c I f 1 1t h yf 1 i tJ itr t ftI t SSSS tf f i i a x l f a t o s i i f A TERRIBLEEt TwentyEijrht Killed and Many Hurt on a Canadian Road The Operator Who Failed to Deliver the Order to the Conductor Says It Was Cancelled by the Dispatcher London Ont Doc 29There were no deaths Sundaj among the persons injured In xdUy nights collision at Wanstead on the Sarnla branch of the Grand Trunk railroad between Pacific express No6 westbound and an eastbound freight In which 28 per sons lost their lives At Victoria bos pita several of the Injured are still in a serious condition but It is expected that all will recover The body cf Fireman Ricketts of the expreiis train which was Saturday night bvv lleved to be burleu under the wrecked engines was foiyid Sunday covered with snow in the ditch beside the track Ono arm wap Jmpletely torn oft antI the body was otherwise man gled Death must have been instan taneousAndrew Capon the operator at Wat ford the first station east of the wreck whos failure to deliver orders to Conducto McAullffo of the Pacific express to pass the freight at Wan stead is satf by the Grand Trunk of ficials to haw caused the wreck Sun lay aftcrooii made hlr first state ment since wreck Ho says ho ro- cclveth der for No5 the ex press in 1S the risigM at Wan stead v 18 oclock but declares po Itively that a few minutes lattr Dis patcher J G Kerr at london ci il him and ordered him to bust or CJ i eel the order He said About 954 after calling Wyoming and ascertain- Ing that the freight was there the dis patcher called me rapidly a half dozen times When I answered on the wire he told me to bust this order I wrote bust it across the order just as No 5 was coming In Conductor McAullffo came In and asked me what the order board was out against him for I told him that we had an order for him hut the Dispatcher had but ed it He asked me to hurry and write him a clearanco order which I lid After the train had started and was out of my reach the dispatcher learned that the freight had left Wy omlng I told him I could not stop No5 as It had left He Immediately began calling Kings Court Junction the station between Watford and Wanstead on the railroad wire and I tried to raise them on a commercial wire We both failed to do this however until after tho express had pass ed the Junction Ono of the most pathetic features of the wreck is the triple loss sustained by the Bodley family of Port Huron In tho death of Mrs J Bodley son Clem Bodley and granddaughter little Lottie Lynco i who died at Victoria hospital The bodies of 19 01 the vic tims have been shipped to their sor rowing friends At home The trunk of the as yet unidentified woman war ocated by the Grand Trunk officials Sunday and arrived here about 10 oclock Sunilajf night It will be searchcil In nn endeavor to find something with which to IdentifY the woman L S RECOVERED Ittle Redstone Mine City Pa Mt Dec 29 Four f 1- a i i fu i i 2 t la jJ i J o I 7 17 t j iI ifuII I sS 9q 1cyl e i lilSI r l V C a 7 Sq5 l f l 44a f S 4 tt t a t Y5 4 POISONED WINE One Man Is Dead and Woman and Daughter Made Sick Chicago Del 20 Poisoned It Is charged by means of a bottle of wine given as a Christmas present Richard Cummings years of age died Sun day at the home of Mrs Lizzie Shana han 1228 Ashland avenue where ho was boarding William Morilak his wife Mrs Theresa Monlak and their 14yearold ughter Mary of 422G Ashland avenue were arrested Sunday on suspicion of having poisoned Cum mlngsA quarrel is said to have taken place between Cummings and MrM Shanahan on one side and the Mo nlaks on the other The wine accord- Ing to the story told the police was given to Mrs Shanahan by Mary Monlak on behalf of her parents an a peace offering Mrs Shanahan drank some of It and said sho suffered from severe yams soon afterward She of fered some of the wine to her niece who complained that It tasted bitter Cummings drank the remainder and died 21 hours later- I have been poisoned by that bottle of wine and want the people who gave It to me arrested were the last words to Mrs Shanahan Dr William T Kirby who attended him received a similar statement An examination of Cummings stomach will bo made Monday Monlak and his wife deny that they had any knowledge of poison being in the wine DEATH OF MRS FREMONT The Wife of the Pathfinder Passed Away at the Age of 78 Years JesIFremont who ulid Saturday night at her home at 1107 West Twentyeighth street in this city was 78 year of age Mrs Fremont was taken ill on Christmas She grew rapidly worse and lapsed Into unconsciousness from which she never rallied For three years the aged widow of the Path finder had been extremely feeble as a result of a fall in which she suf fered dislocation of the hip which has since prevented her from walking A naturally strong constitution was Im paired by the shock of tho fall and recently Mrs Fremont required the at tendance of a trained nurse her ad vanced years aiding the gradual de- Cline of her strength Mrs Fremont was the daughter of Thomas II Ben ton for 30 years a senator In the United States senate STRUCK A ROLK The Army Transport Sherman Dam aged South of Luzon Manila Dec 29Tho United States army transport Sherman struck R rock near San Bernandino light south of Luzon Friday night The trans port sustained a heavy shock and some of the heavy plates were dam aged After the accident 23 inches of water was found in her forward bilges but was controlled by steady pumping The steamer proceeded for Manila under her own steam and ar rived here Sunday When tho Sherman struck Jhe pas sengers on board were terrified bul there was no disorder They prompt pmserversofficers of the Sherman handled the situation splendidly Her cargo was not damaged It probably will be nec essary for her to dock at HongKong 4 SY 55t iStI ta 0 j i t iif 5r l a t t I it 1il T S 5vi t 5S 5 SP 4 Sc 5Cs t a J 5 5 1if tiS 4S J 5 5 d 1 nruRHILLf Guarantees Thorn BJfta Percent age on Customs jfifiJms It Is Understood Venezuela Will Make Any Concessions Even Abandon- Ing Her Demand That Her Navy Be Returned Caracas Dec 29 United Staten Minister Bowen and Lopez Baralt Venezuelan minister of foreign affairs held a long conference Saturday night Mr Bowen on receiving instructions from Washington conveyed to Senor Baralt President Roosevelts refusal to act as arbitrator in the Venezuelan difficulty He recommended that the matter be taken to the international peace court at The Hague which had been expressly organized to consider questions in which the honor of a country or the disposition of territory were not concerned He suggested the organization of a commission to sit in Washington by their ambassa dors to the United States and Venezuela by a delegate The commission is to sign a document setting forth the matters to be decided at The Hague court Mr Bowen said also that Germany would not press for an immediate payment and that she had agreed to accept a guarantee based on a percentage of the customs re ceiptsAs result of this conference Senor Baralt telegraphed President Castro to return from La Victoria The pres bent will reach here Monday and Venezuelas answer to thA foregoing proposal will i r given tV It is unders od bal Wnrzuela will make any toiieessions even abandon iS htf demand that her navy be returned Through the Venezuelan delegate to the commission the Venezuelan government will ask that time blockade be lilted at once Senor Ba ralt has expressed the desire that Mr Bowen represent Venezuela on the commission if Mr Bowen can not ac cept the poet It is suggested in offi clal circles that it be given to W W Russell secretary to the American le gationSenor Baralt has Prepared the following statement for the public Venezuela agrees to pay all her debts the payments to be guaranteed by a certain percentage of the customs receipts or by tho flotation of a special loan also to be guaran teed I believe the proposal to sub mit the issues to Tile Hague will be acceptable to President Castro I am sorry that President Roosevelt was unable to act as arbitrator Willemstad Curacao Dec 29The Venezuelan revolutionists have resumed active hostilities against Presi dent Castro There i Satur day morning a lively ar ai i1 N tween 1200 revolution is irovf fliers and government forces aCa awao In the vicinity of Coro Details of the engagement are lacking but it is known here that the revolutionists had artillery The government forces were rommanded by Gen Referno Cas tillo Gen Riera retained his position The armistice between the govern meat and the revolutionists has just has reached here from an au thoritative source in Caracas that Vi cente Gomez first vice president of the republic Intends to carry tSut a bold strategic stroke against President Castro Gen Zollo Vidal and five other leading supporters of Gen Matoswho had ought refuge here Jeft the Island of ilng in a 0 tS 155 e t t i t t r r t3 sSi q5 i bi 4i it a It t i f rr t 5 1i ita 4jew t r ft IJ 3 t g I 5S a Sz 55 r 55 fSa SS a f t a f if5S 7i 1o 7 SS I a r r a S5 S ws 5T5 7F THE OLD FOLKS fl rOM Are Never Without Periina in the House for Catarrhal Diseases IMu StD MRS J 0 ATKlIiSOX INDEPENDENCE HO Jfr lu NDER date of January 10 1S97 Dr Hartman received thf f lowintr letter My wife had ben sufyzFiBg from n complication of seafefor the past 25 yearsSMI r CIe had haUled the skill of soutt of he most noted physicians One of litr v orst troubles was chronic onstiIJ11ion of several years and ingShe also was passing through that most critical period in the life of a woman change of life In June 1895 I wrote to you about her case You advised a course of Peruna and Mona lis which we nt once commenced nnd have to say it completely cured her She firmly believes that site would have been dead only for these wonder ful remedies About the same time I wrote you about my own case of catarrh which hail been of 25 years standing At times I was almost past going I com menced to use Verona according to your instructions and continued its use for about a year and it has completely cured me Your remedies do all that you claim or them and even more Catarrh cannot exist where Peruna Is taken according to directions Success to you and your remedies fnhf n Atkinson MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Dec 27 CATTLECommon 3 60 415 Butcher steers 4 90 5 00 CALVES Extra S 75 HOGS Ch packers 6 60 6 70 J fikors Cf f Sill b LA tCxis Jj f 5 35 Fl juSTTJJ put 3 6a 4 1- 0VHlATNo d 774P 78 75VCORNNoOATSNo2 mixed 3- GRyENo2 55 HAYCh timothy 15 50 PORK Clear cut 18 00 18 35 LARDSteam OO1 BUTTER Ch dairy i Jr Choice creamery Jl APPLESFancy 250 3oo POTATOES Per bbl 1 50 l7S TOBACCONew 3 25 10 75 Old 750 1625 Chicago FLOURWin patent 3 40 3 50 APPLES Fancy 50 3 25 WHEAT No 2 red 74tW 75 CORNNo2 mixed 45Y 4G OATS No 2 mixed 32y8 PORK Mess 17 00 flSteam 10 35 VJplO 40 J r i 5Sf a j atS- t 45 jS f J i fiS ic T c 1 fa llt1 1 r C ot f 1 0 J1 r rt JftI i Y t tS lG Cl 7 art iltI5 S5S jr5s 7 i iS ifr3 e 050 15 vi ri- SSS l S5S f 2 k 5S pSks U a Utter dated January 1 1900 lMr Mkinsca says after five years lexperience wih Peruna t 7 a X I Iwillever continue to spellkllgoodv word for Peruna It my rounds asa I J x traveling man I am awalklng advcj tlsement for Peruna 4m have induct many people during the pet ycaj f 4 use Peruna with the most sathfacforjr t t results lam still cured of CBtlJrrhjJohn O Box 272 Independence Mo When old age comes on catarrhal diseases come also Systemic catarrh is almost universal in old peopleSThis explains why Pernnabas be come so indispensable to old peonp Penina is their safeguardjrVS jitthe only meets these ca es exactly i S A Such cases cannot be treated 1K nothing but an effective systemjr t Jiqedy could cure them i what Penina is v cr f oJ If you do not receive prompt rsatisfactory results from tho r t r JtPeruna write at once to Dr ffy 4 giving a full statement oA y f and fhe will be pleased to k valuable advice gratis i i J Address Dr Hartwan ir Pnv z The ITnrfmnnSanitarliimColutiJinsL j L ABSOLUTE t Z jdujOenu Jt t L CaPPLittle Liver Pills Must BearSlnaturoof 4if 5cc FacSZmll Tcr7smIlsndeu 1 tolakeasir Lpji l r- S5Sb4 4r ui5rtSjS5ai 5Sr 4S 45SSS5 5S SSSILa flcS f sf J v tf SS U t f rlj35S tiJ4 r5uu S SeS 4 I r tFf JJ Il n1i r 4c f S SS S a ol if rIt SS V r Ji SS-riW Gi fJ LeyI vi r IJv ilJttf ti INGSVIflEOUtLtO1C UTLOOk iUthIS1L iidco WINGSVILLE KY SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Address nil communications to TUB OUTLOOK PUBLISHING Co or tn Jons W HONAKER Owingsville Ky UPIrURSDAYlaLV ANNOUNCEMENT 3k1 J For Circuit Court CIa k t L WeXare authorized to announce Jnme iH Conner as HpandiilHte for pIicparty Election November 1001 i sI 3lmrt A MAKCONI a succeeded in send iyniciBagas IIITOPS V10 Atlaniio f tSs ithoti itie ma lium oif thenir Iiv aai rrflzwI iBOD wa fnvcnting some LVW nneatling Lw SOME tallow down at Aiiami1 Florida pluvVd himself or on the innocrnts fur Ollv itcckhum of t Kentucky und borrowed roncider- Miblb munev TLc Miatniuns lire dead easv ip1 d itJj DR ADoLPU LoRErz tf VftA I dtJiiirgcis clluldn rtn tInyihin wMi and without using i 4 te O is tie of the truly great nell r th t h ot 1 o61 Tii bn tard Oil Co has again t ndYnncul the price of kcrngone t The folks who have bren holding up the Standard for the publics cudmiratiun as u benevolent trust t7 ought to fees Fom chagrini0 IwTHE Crtw Princess of Saxony ij ust up n 110ft her llllfUUIIlt for L vf tC j rench teacher of her tt6JT J y eu Tile crowned heads of z aJ rope ean ifiee how her taste ld become so ritiated for she s Jr nV tlio proud Hapshurg blood i j T Iziternutional Peace Cot t I1rlbunul at the Hague at4 I J tr unt8 O oinething worth i tl it Tho ere having claimsa 6 Venezuela have agreed to Nl on g Fu11t he questlun to that court t Rooee1ti reeoU1 e wcndation 1 i 1 rr CORRESPONDENCE st Hilisboro t l t fJ ltor Ecfro the nOlCArto L n tSlturdn11Jt httt lIberd t O w iitiro Dr cid4 tOo v 4tr urkmnn iGI f4 If I J f II1CI litfilll V G c41 A r 1tj S 11nwkinI I Jr r A Clii J M honey IiJVCT 4 etGardiner Tntues E Iary will iYIrreP elent the lo4ge lit LuisihIe l r Jo r 1 Lt kIntUnIro IV tQJJ Rir i rs rogu Intflnt 0 jt 1undu a a th v Wat up Iiit J t to Ihnd Christ mils Y I vk1 1r JtfJo Dawnn will prone It t i Christ next Snt q 1 Jo 1ittLJ Sunday l J 1 1 d h fir r 0 t 1 14t tJf i i to 1 r te 4IL f 4 u I af H I1j dtf 0 i 0 f T y t ti = Ir l 4 i KKSJ S f ixs x agSt 10a f ii I lil1i 91 fl 1 Q t f 411 f itn k Oioi I r t iHi t th tt 1ctL I3if lot t t1 ttI II Ir vatb 4 t I 1o IT t p1 i t11cv t r r 4 1 j1jz7a 4PP j tt oJ t it ZjrY l U jIt II ttt Jl iiIot JEtoh ut t1 A l l 9i t i ft ft Iqt J ii iJo j 16 37 tt ti fSIiA 7coMf tlkn4 1 r 1 4f lt JJw jf4 o r Iviif vf iii ivJ t p 4 tt jC 1 e JITpot i t PbSV t l 11 iill rgJ 1 f r 41 V tll t t i jar fI t 4 jVt y h 7 t i 1 v 4 t 2 J r p 4 zfJl1ifi j71 t tjt 7 r f t i fvQ tS So Aptn1f7lIv JffiIcJjO r y 7 ttt9 J 1 0 l o t oi lt iti i S r 18 fi5 i K i Iv t ii tt t i f t t 710 l cap 4 9 PII t cr 4 k tf f p J4 st r1o rr 1 Jtt owl f I V i f 4 Hrn tlf j + Jf tt f d I f ifJf e o i Carrihgtorii Tho houso of Asa Cprnwall caught Ire tt few days ago con sumed nil he had BulgerWcllsClark Isln a critical conditionth James Benson nod Lottie Lewis were united in the bonds of matri m ony lit Kldor Kendalls Dec 21stnI A young man by tho namo of tlird very suddenly tilLer spenkinylinrRhly about helping to repair the vlitrehintCnrnwti1Irn On the 24 th of Deceufnor Elder KemlaUwii culled to unite Simp sonKnrrick and Mii Maribu Fox in tho bonds of wedlock Simp cannot raise any chickens for his et forMThe preachers meottncn Pronch burg was well attende rlheypntI Brother Johnston in pro tem as Evangelist until tho fifth Sunday in March All preachers aro in ittd to meet nt Frenchhurg Sttur u rday before the fifth Sunday in March Dud finish the business Falrvlow David Bailey visited nt White Oak Friday night and Saturdaym Several from this community at tended the Xmas tree at Sborburno 1Millll Vida Maddox is visiting filitives at Flemingsburg this wlif Our III Mi Z R McClure has hHln fine ale in rtan candles and tirecrackerfMrs Turner Woodard nnd MrstNelso Maddnx wore pleasant of Mrs C W Maddox Saturday Mr W W Woodrfrd nnd Miss Hester Dnilry wero married at Ow ingsville Wednesday Doc 24th C W Maddox was hunting Fri day When ho got homo he InkS his riilo on tho bed and Norvnl f fouryenring through the beth and belt clothes sotting them on fire but they were put out ForgeHillpMrs Lucy Goodpaster has been very ill thu past week Mrs Eliza Williams who was seriously hurt by falling is im proving Charley Jones sold his farm on Licking river containing 70 acres to Jack Toy for 750 John P Robbins and Clyde Wil liams of Marshall county Kansas arrived lust week to spend the hoi Jdy with relatives here W J ipwney of Harrison City Mo is now VisHinj tho family of J M Moore Mr Downey was an orphan hay and spent six years of his boyhood with Mr and Mrs Moon and after near thirty year returns as ho calls it to visit home fulksRnd thank them for their kiiidness to him when n boy Married at tho brides homo near hue at halfpast 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon Miss Josio Pearle Barber and Mr James T Riwlings Elder Williams officiat ing The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs G W Harbor and IB n bright industrious little woman The groom is the only son of Mr and Mrs Will Raw jngs of Fleming ciitfnty and it n sober nndT 1 th1 trsD 1IYf4 fo tr dt 1 r ti f + iff1tfot ij l t 1L t r I4 c tt rt i fi3 J oi f flif1I lJ 7 v 0 m lI IiJ tXfi t i to 4 a J 1C 9 P aa V O cr tJ t ft t f l fit I t ot ir lr = r N Jt t4IJp It l 7a1 f t R jg I ttfrrr 1 1 1o i f f it F 1atfI S d fjx 7 tI It aIJ t Ii rrt if t ifI 11 M t 1t i rfL it I S v iiI i wj1I L 4f p 4 fti 1 I tf p ttw q 1 IIt etv It4 11l r t4cr o tf4IrCIl tj1J aJtJ1t It If t Jf i 2 f I t 1 It X f tg i r r AIA 1fstf f lf P S to l 2 Y 4S Mudllck 15 S unington is quito sick We t tin editor and all read- spr of T 3tfiT boK a happy New Y earS hiOilirough neighborhood trying to get lcaFesT Two oil machines ore drilling ear Piho Grove Mclioolhouso and- re finding plenty if nit They will build so tanks ii n short time Douglas Smith MP VaJlutown g ninn of Coving n is IIflht cheativep He huts opened a second hand clothing store Married Dec 21at the home of e bride Mr Simpson Karrick and iss Maribu Fox The bride is a beautiful and accomplished daugh ter of James Fox of Monifco Co The groom is a son of Hugh Kar lgedinfee county A long and happy life is the with of the writer Flat Creole Xmas is over and nobody liturtS Plenty of rain and snow but no udhMiss Daisy Roberts of Paris is visiting friends on Flat Creek Died Monday Dec 22d William Roberte wife alter several weeksiillness Miss Lizzie Carmody closed her T1ool last week with a nice treat the 1 C1 ala rs Jniiics MurWand and Miss Lillie Baker will be ninrrild next week Our best wishes to them James Scott and wife of North Middletown were pleasant visitors at John Scotts Christmas day Miss EddIe Arms of Montgom cry Co spend several days with friends on Flat Creek last week A wedding took place nt Bro Ross Dec 27th The contracting parties were Mr Kollio Royso and Miss Rosa Crockett both from this lace The brido is the oldest daughter of Tom Crockett The groom is the youngest son of Mrs Amanda Rcyve of Flat Creek Montgomery Toy was the best man Miss Bettic Ilitmann was the Li1Walters IIatand Mrs Royse the hand of con gratulationa and best wishes Jrango City Dane liichards cams homo has t week from Iowa Mrs Dr A W Jones of Odessa visited her parents last week isltingherLickMrsidzi Walton and daughters Misses Gertrude isnd Letha Matof Ioplar Plains visitedat WaUons last week Mirs W O Phillips nnd sons Newman and Robert of Fleming burg are visiting her patents S R NeWman and wife this week Married Wednesday Dfcc 24 nt i aS5115- z 0t + S i f iJ r 1 II lIa j 4S5 fi Pf I s4a4 xill a a i J J 1e f t l 1t 2 t0 J tj tt tcii j if f t S- qrst p55r t toJrr re 3 f f1 4 fe I EJ cc 1r r rv St Jrssk 7 t i J Ji i H a Knob LIck Wo are having ionic bnd weather at this writing Gnpt Pitman will go to Lexing ton soon to spend some tim with s sister and daughti A happyand prcsperous Now year for the editor correspondents und readers of TDK OUTLOOK Christmas has so far passed oil more quietly than usual less drunkenness than for several years Murried Dec 23 1002 Mr ephS orrell of this place to Miss a W throw formerly f Kuob lifk They will go to Cnulton to reside Jas A Anderson is moving his family to Mrs Andersons fathers lit Forge Hill Mr Andiroon will clIgguinJohn Colliver who has boon in a business college at Lexington lint been with his parents Air and Mis J M Colliver for some days will return the 3dof January Sharpsbuig Leo Spratt ion the sick list Tolliu Arrasmith of Itothel Was ero Sunday Mr Bannister of Nicholas Co visited at Jack Scotts Sundaya Mibs Virginia Rutherford is vis iting Miss Lyons at Covington- Aicrk Donaldson and family vis ited her mother Mrs Linda Heath Saturday A N Crooks and wife Nitol reltittctt itIre Vediiitny jnji jT My Mr McLoney of nea Cyuthiann isited his brother Nelson during the holidaysIrhie young peoplo were cnter IJMrs11 C UtterhHck and roveral others attended the Masonic dinner ii tILittle Rook Saturday Misr Daisy Scott closed heIterm of school at Peytons Wednesday and on Thursday went to visit friends at Midway The services at tho M E Church Sunday morning were all Rev W W Spates delivered an address a poem read by Mrs IbyCharles Gossett nail Will Peters of Bethel assisted in tho exercises Odessa This has been the drycst Xoias fur years in these vans Ernest Swetnam went to Rcuirbon county Xmas dny to bo tho guest of Wm harrisonIwith consumption at hula father G vII 0 r Hill Top were the guests a heir sister Mrs Dallas Cudgel several days halt weekIMarried last p in a Mr Gray of near HiiUboro and Miss Dollie Cline of upper Whito Oak by Elder Jn Jines ut the home of the brides parent Mr iiQu tIl1 f r t l pS I 4 7a aa 7 0 iIIfi I ir f t3 i S + t e I 1ZjaA 1 f o H af Y n r0 yxb5 iZ5ri t 1I a a 0 tl a te tk i 4aa i I pA t J ti 4 4 Y1 t j 7 y DJ J JS j 5 f tt 5kta4I 2 ofj L f 4 TI fiJULI1C relatives in Stit Lick through Christmas If anyonc wants something in te resti ng to read or Fouicthlng to get news from send fur TUB OUT u OK Well Chrislmrs jmjsed oT ly lucre Jut left Old Crimp withltr e vJessieNewt Sorrell und John Robhins and Clyde Williams all of Kansas are visiting friends nnd relatives in this section Bro Humphrey failed to fill his appointment here Sunday I dont know for what cnueo whether it was bad weather or eomo one sick or what Dont know when ho will bo lucre Thomas McGlothin and wife jyere vititing friends and relatives in and near Salt Lick from Friday till SUllcJllYIIn1 w Sre accoiupunicd home l y liiunie and Lizzie MeClolhin J If this is n Ho I arti not the au thor of it William Withrow salt he was buying some fur He start d out one morning wet a man and sked him if he knew where he could buy some fur The fellow s tudieda while and said he did as ho passed by his brother Pushs he saw him holding n coon and Mr Colliver HIlie hurrie- dontoburitbtft when begot there forIi Wast End Dave Grants new pipe is no more Cot L North bought h horse of J Davis Tor 75 What became of our lust weeks items Too lute1 Prof S L Beck met Mr ftpton while hero and we had music galore Asa Cornwall who was hurt at Claytons mill is slowly recovering Hhaventbeen sick with ague Grant Tiptoa end Wallace Curt mill visited B F Piersall und wilt from Friday until Monday We hope THE OTTLOOK and the correspondents had a merry Xmas We wish nil a happy Now Year Asa Cornwall wits caught in the belting at Claytons saw mill and painfully if not dangerously hurt The oil comptinyof NcwBritain Conn has begun drilling near the Spring and to bring in n well before tluswue published William Dentpn has bought thmti property occupied bj J J Mr Denton is a good citizen and wo are glut to have lilac among us Grant North hns hught n fine bird dog CclotelFJS he doesnt know tniy lila lick qualities LutliJ know a good bed The Liefcing ecectiug nIl J t Citt tons fllr l t Frig rt- o strike thu I f f t x rar r i m A Ct r 1f hFt Jtr 2 fM ILjo tw w iv i cN WfJos cJv 5r J o s t ftii vt Y1 fj i 5S a a 1S p TJ k 4a 5tj Y 5tt j J I SI a S5L t c 5 f t ft ti 5 t k r 0iVVVV- 5 5r 4 ja1 t v f i4 t VVV 5q U 7P1M i it LI Beginning Jan i 1903 I yill sell my entire k stock of goods at cost for strictly cash as 1 v wish to make a change in my business Here are some of my prices tQ BEST CALICO 4cVBEST PERCALES I OC Former Price I2 HASONVILLE LOUNSDALE MUSLIN 7C 5 7cA AH fsuchings dress goods and other things too nu merous to mention Come and get these i bargains while they last J Terms Strictly Cash f J MRS DI S ESTILL All persons knowing themselves indebted toJ me must come in and settle as the years business must be closed up Rt 00L o Z lJJI 1 JNi z Library jlofing Ticket This coupon entitles the holder to TEN VOTES that can ba cast for any institution competing for the beautiful Library when properly filled out signed and delivered or mailed to this tilde Name of Institution Name of Voter i THE OUTLOOK Owingsville K 1ifIv lr r Crooks Ashton Thomas is visiting relt lives nt Ewington George Barnes tins gone to Oklit homa rm business Jim Clark and wife ore visiting relatives in Morgan CoV George Nixon of St Louis Mot visiting relatives here Mrs Martha Bolts is visiting re latives atWhilo Sulphur Springs Sum and Lcn Holland of Clark Co are viMtinj rtflativesMicre this week A L Adams and Torn Stinson silt ii rclJtie r a vS4 U I i 55e i 4f t tJ iJ V tta i J1 Y CjI4f fir i IJIPI Iiifz t I a 2it i w 4f ff f 1t t1 f 1 piIS i tS 4S iI2 tr 1 V555- I 4 5 S f f 7Iif IV 5VV VVV VVVV5VS F1 fj 3 r VV fJiti V5 VVVVVV i z m I I ci m I J rMrAshland are spending the holidays with friends and relativeIGeorge Armitage of Louisa came home to spend Xmas with their parents Miss Mattie lircen of Mt Ster ling is spending the holidays with her friend Miss Lizzie Warren Miss Barber of Howards Mill is the guest of her sister Miss Fun nie Barber during the holidays Roy Jackson came home from school at Louisville to cpdnd the iiuilIdtty with friends undr hltl I tfb ii siPff 1 ta- 1 it n iv fIf IIff j e t d i a it r JIiIftI t w 11t IH t t t 1IW f 1 rJ ils i J E r 4 5V SVa 55SS5riJ r1GGf f i 1 j I r7t 7 jJ i S iB lJI IVIliurVV 1j 10JfJ Ifloft t Y A MAGNIFICENT 1 1 LIBRRY i f CONTEST THAT PROMISES J TO PROVE UNUSUALLY INTERESTING Jr DETAILS IN EULLV f I J tA number of Owlngsvlllos enterV j prising merchants have arranged J what will prove the most interesting coutestbotweenV flOwingsville City Schools MasonsVSoI LIk Odd Pollowa JAcker Lodge A O U W f J tt Robertson Lodge A O TI Wt JdiJJh l1ath Co Teachers Library r J Knights of PythflosVKnights of the Maccabeen y Colored 11BF and U B S2 F1 Or any club church or organization of the town or county rbraryconslstlngofThe Dr Dwlirht ExPresident of 1Yale University edition of 4 sets of rilogClassic Science and Philosophy set f 4of1 cntal LiteratureVEach and every ono of these booksVare specimens of the best mechanic alt execution which examinationV wWl prove and they will be on exhi c bition at J T Eimbroughs drug 1 store where therubhb is invited to call and inspect sameVThe conditions of the contests nro na follows Any lodge churchschool club hospital collego or organiza tion public or private is eligible J the contest Votes for individwr r will net be counted With each tf f wilegiven r j K whoso liberality this grand libraw 4is furnished on which will be wrii ten the amount of the purchase and rt the number of votes The purchaser L1 rtnewhich he or she desires to voto signV their name and deposit the ticket In J tho ballot box in the store where tho frlpurcbasolsmatie i The standing of the contestant will be published exclusively in each IzI1ssneotTuBvIosvtLT0UToVuntil March 27 1003 when the re maining votes will be counted and cr jthot1lnbJlshwill entitle the holder to ten votes 1 Utlon tofVoting tickets can bo secured only tfrom time following stores Z Mrs JS Estill Dry Goods and CYliJ Millinerya 0 James Gillon Gents Furnishing J iLL Shoe 1 1 j rep t 1t g 1 t a j L 1rc S4t t 7VSV Sd t fiJ ACt f gff1 5V j t r 1 lf1 q J4 Jt frji k 1irJIIIIo a = 454 t r 1ahhIAuft r41ttt ti 1f1tn r Kffj f m I t 4 rt t Y fF+ f 1 tit j 1 1 R l1 y i tf p fo 1 A 0 t- I 9 mm k f1 ItI 1f 4 j5 StV r ji1J5 5 Sj5V4 P i V5VPSV54 VS 4S VVV- t a Vh4VSaa V4V5a iV SVV SVSVV SSSISSapt VrPe 1jl i X It iPj all-