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trouble Monday and was bur ied Tuesday- The progressive euchre club will ianother euchre party at the row Owinga House tonight Thurs t day Supper will be served i FOR RENT Boardinghouse on St dwollinpbouEO on High I dtTSt 4 rooms nvcr Elliott storo Miss JENNIE ELLIOTT Xitvoverlooked item is the fine- Christmas gift of Mr and Mrs 4 s L Banks CovleJ of Prickly Ash in ttlio form of a son born Christmas irfght t LOST Black and white female Si Sutler very thin missing week Liberal reward for her return to I toe at Owingsvillo HENRT HOPKINS ACCTICS I will have an auction 4 IPtlnof boots shoes huts cops 4 clothing of all kinds on Saturday Jan 10 1903 ED BAlLET Forgo Hill Ky I Simp M Walton won the 10 j fprizo for the nearest correct CHOPS rihthe quart jnr of beans Num 4 cAIr of beans 31S8 his cuecs 3189 NEWTON JOHNSON Grange Citv UCLAflJEULFTTER lRpminin c in Owinttsrilifl PORtOflj Jan 5th 1003 TVm frons II Kreitlei n hell Pp Ii t 7 JJj t I btofIlPi Itifl 1iild was aged ii month aiyii fiHirteen dars The I I infli I t FoRSALLA full set of bicycl ItdgUD noljl eonslhn of foe lfcthp brazing forgp nil kinds ol f small tools all kindsof bicycle and1 1 f g repairs a18C 3 ICY I es and 2 reeehloading guns No other I14 bop in town J A POWER rf Owingsville Ky ti J Funeral Furnishings Prompt Ad equipments and modern s I t IVfo deatern GrstclasB furniture i all descriptions Call and see 1 i before purchasing elsewhere 9 i l M D PARIS Owfngsvillo Ky J4LflEsP Funeral Director and f Eabalaerr Jr 1t UKDiKTltiNQT S Shrout al 1LI ke plalun llne of burl11 t beand caskets on hand He I vJwk had 18 experience In the sS thidertklng business and always 1c Iceeps with the times He holds two diplomas for embalming the f I dead 88t I J THK BAiiiThe semiannual t V Ptaternentbof the two OwlngsvHe tthn1tL kbankap t p ar in this issue The combined deposits of tbee threes banks are f3705D771 The Owingsvllle banks r Declare dividend fC porcent an Sually and th F Salt Lick bank 8 vf mrcent I JUE JUNIOR SETMisa Lotiii pe I t entertained thejunloraet JJ 1 itcdypulIng and dance g elariitttitoJ last w kv1 itKpmaprcBent had a fine iiiae j ji t iM Julia Elliott jIanotbor 4IIc Tburldatnlght jt 7 iland as u a IIhjOyed t f themselves to the highest i LEASED TANK AND4GROC1DTlle kkIng Valley QiI cqou Saturday 4 Seeorded in tte Clerks of let a lease to BQumberiand Pipe lS tita Co a braBjqhqf the Standrrd k OHCpof ihq farpiejt8 37000bbl KM tank and one acre of ground t ZAglanr1fo1OO00 The lease 1l extends indefinitely The Licking r 1 4 IPiJIey Co reservesthe oil in the rt uk CharLfclcI at Wyorainc Tuesday night t el list week one was a ged about s Wyrrttjjag4otoremarrIoge a member of I Rewan county family ofatjf- m9i7 J Four sons and ono dnjh rrt tlV tar aurvive her all living at Wy tl eWIng except one who js genejraliy I f ttt known by the nickname fce Cub B t living in tho West The jtherI 4rt 4 children are Benjamin Jobp rTwalv aa41ls Lucy i aqfri 4 N i J1 r J i rr Ii r J tt a i i t 1 1 Li t Jz tr ifH fT rlfrr i 0 I 1 r H1f4i Y t rr 4 J 4 I tr fi V f l rf 1 PERSONAL Dr B Cornelison went to Louis villo Monday R S Estill returned Saturday afternoon from Ashland Mrs John J Coyle or Prickly Ash la reported ill with fever Judge Reid Patterson returned Thursday from a trip to Texas Ecton Botts returned to tho A fc M College Lexington TueedayJ Judge W S Gutlgull hiss been better ol his illness tho past few days Miss Ella Rntliir of Sharpsburg cam last week to visit Miss Ellen Butts John Lathrams little slaughter Annie of Naylors Its typhoid fever I Miss Sullivan of Mt Sterling came Saturday to visit Mrs Rev F D Palmotcr Wm Lathratns children Blame and Dorothyor near Wyoming have pneumonia Miss Myra Crooks of Montgom ery Co was the guest of Mrs Eliza Dawson last week Miss Mary Sheehan has been qllitesick for several days but is rapidly improving Mrs Harry Reese nee Olga Moore of Mt Sterling was reported very ill Tuesday Little Bartlett Paxton at his grandfather W B Daughortyf is better of his attack of fever John Richards is now salesmanl at W Ray Pattersons Hampton at Brother k EIinglIc Miss Emily Brother after n visit to Miss Lid Johnson in Cincinc nati ruturned home j ternoontMr and Mrs Emmot Fratmon went to Lexington Thursday Mr Fratman went to have a surgical operation performed Thomas Wren of Roes Run returned Friday from n visit to his father B W Wrens accompanied by hia sister Miss BertiehfMisses Corinne Kirkpatrick and Itoflorae to Mt Sterling Sunday Capt and Mrs w A McGinetyL after spending the holidays witl Mr and Mrs Arthur Byron rt turned home to Falraoulh Mondi Mrs Thos Florence of MtPlenj runt neighborhood is with ulccrotion of the Rtnmacl Mr tI IU pneumllni l chit teri apetLIIlg the holiilnys e witlKher parents Mr and Mrs 11 toCarJhis1Misa Annie Wlnn WilHampwho had been the gueit of Mr and Mrs James M Ross for a Jew days re turned homo to Frankfort Saturday afternoon John Richards after a visit to relatives left for his home at Knox vile Saturday Mrs Richards re mained to visit her numerous rel- atiVeS in the COunty P S Hawkins and Miss Gracie Hawkins passed through Saturday on their way home to Hillsboro from a visit to John Woodards family on Flat Creek Miss Catherine Rice of FlnICreek went Monday to Science Hill Academy at Shelbyt rille Miss Roberta attending the slul1e6 hClolIBcoft left for Pan tops Academy Charlottesville Va J Sunday night after spending the holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs B M Goodpaster Master Lewis SlcCby and sister Nell and Juliet Wood of Lexington and LucIle Alexander of Olympia wore guests of Mr and MriErurnot Fratman for the Now Years masquerade ball Miss Lizzie Boyd Scott of Sher burne visited her aunt Mrs B MtGoodpnstPr Saturday on her return the sarnoday to Madison Female InstitUte Richmond Ky Missess Lottie Atchison and Julia Elliott returned to the same school Mon day Mr and JTihbsGiodpa3ter and children of PricklyV lah left last week for Rockwood Joxas to make their home there are excellen people and the colminunity regrets to loss their good Citizen ship They are wished much pros perlty blthiud happiness in their new hoAe H Mrandifrrs Eugene Minihanf returned fibine nfter p th holidays with theSlairl tiers EnosirKinnejtdvlhgton Whle gon- etIeyIideoiut oCinclBnail Loi4syit 1r4 MemrjhibVMj M j 0herpin8unny8lyampy Southland IB 11- 11Mempbseotion f BCHGIES AND FOBIIITDitB Ti 8IShrout starts in tfce new yearwith a large and complete stock of bug gies and furniture of all kinds to suit newjgnners in housefkeepi log Call nffd Seel II11CdSII or credit 1 L jr 4y 1 ji c mIlIenrySchwubis brought to n successful conclusion the masquerade hall nt the Court Benryknownnd when ho undertakes to finance a bull through success invariably attends him SOME WCATHKR IMPHOVKMEXT Tho Weather Clerk got ashamed of the miserable mud and slush with which his labors Iad covered the earth for so long and on Monday for a while covered it up with snow which later only added to tho evil so on Tuesday morning he put on a nice carpet of tho beautiful which met tho requirements admirably and made folks grateful PfULic SttnI will sell nt my residence about 3 miles From Ow ingsville on the W II Rico farm to the highest bidder on Saturday Jan 17 1003 the following 1 buggy and harness 1 new wagon McCormick Machine nnd Rake used two years all kinds of farming implements household nnd kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale WM ROBERTS TAX SUPERVISORS Tbo Bath Supervit10rsbcgli will continue tho work all this week nnd thon adjourn a week to give tho Sherilf time to summon taxpayers whose assessments have been changed The Supervisors are Alvin Evans SharpsbnrgJacob Boyd Bethel James Power Wy ouiing S D Thompson Owings Harrison Coyle White Sill lItIr DEATnGeorgeSpencer Peaks Mill Franklin Co died of consumption Monday morning ut Consutnpionbody was taken to Franklin county Tuesday for burial Decoiifed was aged 28years His wife whom he married in Franklin Co nnd two children aged two and eight years respectively survive We were not acquainted with the deceased nor his family but his lather isa clcverIu sympathy in their distress ADELicnTFULEuciiitE The pro gressive euchre party given by Ewing Conner on tho evening of Dcc 30th was one of the most delightful entertainments of tho season Be tween tIfty iVnlt sixty guests were prptnftnnjMi It livish hoxpit of tii st Twenty couples 1iUd tfvauphro table nail the 1 nr hi 1 nm Viir j thirty ljlnlght when U pi jibr An 6nt stIItC u dc le of- eeflft YnTieij of euustjntiale cakes and ices and coffee Another konr was consumed nt supper so theihomes The guests bestow the very warmest praise on the host who provided such an excellent evenings entertainment LETTER FROM PENHSITVANIA Finleyville R D 09 Dee 29th 1902 Editor of TOE OUTLOOK Dear Sir I have had the privilege reading n few copies of your paper and in looking over tho columns of last weeks paper I noticed the Reflections of a Bachelor I verysorry for him He be linves When humanity begins to- hink it stops having fun From he tone of his reflections his of having fun nro over for he surely begun to think I pity him these long winter nights toss ng and thinking from bed time until dawn and no companion to share his troubles I presume he ofcamnKionnever had the pleasure of occupy amusementIbuy the baby with tho money it took to buyopera tickets Now he must not think hat babies are like bedbugsceul ways sure to come He might get left But if this old bachelor ever get married I would advise him to have bathtub large enough to accommodate Ilfnt woman as well ap a small oneof it is my opinion that he will have the pleas ure of buying slabs for more tliai one woman unless ho changes his way of thinking He appears to ha very about poor relations Perhaps be could marry n girl that has no relations I know he will hunt for one of that kind andTwill lmroThe p Ienee of Job trying to find her AndIhppifpr his wife sake be wiil succeed York is being pushed tapidlyon the car TbaJbriJgea arc most nil ctcpieted A Ihluteberiof the brldge i U J f mJtt tP y are- akinjHiiuiarrank WJ1 board r J Wn1i8Jjut have mvfrorn there to Castho Shan aiTbsSmlbda school nrmtjafenter talivwont wasf held Wednesday nig iiflhe tJfolks had some fine jecHnti6ns Tbo siriging by the ol1prTanlC1yr very much sleighing is looked forward towith pleasure by the young folks FBIESD op BACHELOBS f 1 c fF t A TulIASQrRlJ1 UALLTbo ehi especially ami particularly jhoso of tho chosen who practice the tcrpsichorean art Under the auspices of time O wings villo DancingiCluh for tho second consecutive New Years eve assem bled at the Courthouse Wednesday night of lust tecknov to mumbo upon the past with sorrow but the rather to rejoice with Old Fattier Time as he sent another year to blend with time mysterious tides of Old Eternity For why should vivacious innocence youth ndbelutynnd buoyant young manhood nndchivalrniis spirit have any past to uiueo upon with sor row Sad memories are not for them bright anticipations radiant hopes are their portion and ho is n curmudgeon who would deny to them their dues Though tho old year may havo borne along upon its heaving breast a thousand wrecks of glory nnd of beauty it is not for them to mourn that such is destiny And thero is no more expressive way of manifesting tho joy of living than in time grace ful dance to time stramne of inspiring music Therefore on with the dance Lot joy bo unconflnod and bright lights shine over time revelry of fair women and bravo mon as they vindicate their youth and en joy the heritage that is theirs whilo it lusts The spectators began to gather about eight oclock in the ballroom which presented an inviting appearance with its are light and white canvassed nnd wnxbd fluor Soon in couples and groups came veryfewof costumes white dominoes and they looked ghostly enough None but their intimates could wake oven a reasonable guess as to thuir i entity Tho gentleman maskers mostly wore fantastic ceslumes some wore ladies tloHiinoc WmF Mark selected a false face that was on exact counterpart of his features except for its exag gerated and unnatural color with out any other dieguiso Clark Patterson portrayed the agile Spanish matador and looked like he could dispatch wild fierce bullwith Cuetillian grace while ro ceiving the plaudits of tho fair senoritas George Dawson represented Canvassing Candidate with hield and sword and an elaborate descripionotes for the asking I Eugene Brother was n Franciscan r blackmonk all right but he ras clitihlto the captaincy of the Iowcliiok Linn too Wjtijiiut an cf orr tb4vks5tho clown of a clown And worth t Y youthIrwnB n gilded tnqr f rnau E1hisSUTrt1nAloe inocs Jo invaded the ladies dress ing room midas time fair maskers crowded ound him to study his style one got a glimpse of his feet- and then the girlil were onfo him T S Shrout was immense as a nondescript and provoked much amusement Jack Owinga went as a Curious Old White Man and be looked the part to perfection Joshua Owings Holman Rico and Janice Russ wore only comic false facesMorris Brown and Wallace Gud goll wero dandy cowboys from the Wildand Woolly West If ther wero any other mule maskers they were not identified all all quickly unmasked owing to the warmth engendered by thick coverings for the face Not many sets wore danced before all masks were discarded The dancing continued until about 12 oclockwhen there was an inter mission for lunch About tine oclock dancing was resumed and kept up untilabout 5 oclock boha1Iwas an allaround suc longllstofClub The utmost decorum pro railed which has come to be n mutter of course at the public gatherings of society in this town The dnncerspresentvere- MIsses Mary McQueen Louis villa Annie Winn Wliutama Frank MnryMillerpatrick 3It Sterling Ella RatliffI ShnrpsburliNell McCoy and Juliet Lucite Alcxan det Olympla Sallio Furls Mary Qudgoll Mary Conner Ellen lidtts Lorena Perry May Klncald Lillian BasILottie Atchison MB and MRS OB Brother Em mctt Fratinan C M Kennedy AIH Dawson W F MarkW R Pat turson A N Crooks Dr JH Turil bee MESDAMKS Walter HnrlrMtSterling N B yule MESSRS Wallace Embry Robert KellyJUdySterllngPbeIpsTylerloulsllIe Owinus JoshuaOwings Iteoso Ow ings EwlnRton John Euscom Chins Bascom Win Sounders BattLille Ashby nnd Espy Donaldson Sharpsburg Ford and Clark Patterson Eugene BrotherChins Broth er Ellis Byron Rex Corneli8onGeo Dawson Henry Hopkins D W DoggcU Ed L Byron James Ross Sherman Good paster Holmau Rice Joo Conner Scott Good paster R 10 Catlctt Conner KwIugWulIneeGud gall Jr MorrlS Prowu Kcton Botts John Peters Clydo Byron Outlook Jorork is best ri f m PI b tjJic firJ1 It J ThE JACKEl MgRE This year we are going to sell U better bar pastWeLowest price If you are looking for low Prices dont forget we are headquarters ONE PRICE TO ALL We have a few LADIES JACKETS FOR SALE AT COST Horse Blankets 125 90 65 Calico yd 5r 4 Ladies Golf Gloves pr 25 Towels pr 50 SO 10 Penn Buttons Doss 5 Cotton Tape 4 bunches 5 Telescopes 88 74 50 35 25 timid Wrist Bags Leather 49 Brooches 20 Artificial Pulnifl 50 CASH PAID FOR EGGS IE W HEFLIN INSTALLED OFFICEUS Uobcrtson Lodge No 91 A O U W on Wednesday night Dec 31st elect ed and installed tho following of ficers Arthur T Byron Master Workman Clarence Power Fore mann R Cross Overseer Eugene Miniliun Recorder Andrew Mini ban Receiver A N Denton Financier Vamp Stnoot Guide WSIlarl Cassity Inside Watchman Johl J Moore Outside Watchman Oral J B Toulbee and J M FelandT Medical Examinors The commit tees were to be appointed at a future meeting OF BATH COUNTy STUOKT S Shrout received a clipping from the Los Angeles Cal Times con taining a highly complimentary mention of E D Moore general ngent of time Associated Press in Southern California who was chos en as tho press representative to accompany the ship laying the new cable from Sun Francisco to Honolulu Hawaii Mr More if an ex pert telegrngher and was sent by the A P to report the Jeffries Fitz eimutons prize fight and line attend edall the national political con ventions in the past fifteen years 10 make the flstsh reports He is son of Mrs J C Moore of May view Mo Mrs Moore is a sister of Mrs Nancy Shront of upper Prickly Ash Mr Moore stands high in his profession and com mounds a fino salary RffJTING rWCOUHTYS 0HOUSEFARM Bth County Fiscal Court Special I Term Dec 29th 1902 Sealed bids will be received by Hho Fiscal Court on the 20th day of January htJ031the keeping of ajlpoor persons f said Poor IrcTuse or that may be committed to said Poorhouse from time to time beginningon the iFt DAY OF MARCH 1903 end ending on the last day of Feb mary BlOt The keeping of said poor shall embrace the clothing feeding medical attention and burial of such poor as may die dur ing such period The use and occupancy of said farm which consists of 870 acres of land together with all of the buildings thereon isto be considered in making bids There will be on said farm about 45 acres to be put in corn about 15 acres to be put in oats about 10 acres to be put in tobacco And all bids must be filed with the County Judge on the day of renting by 10 oclock of enid day jonct no bid will bo re celved by him until that day There are about 10 acres of meadow and 35 acres in wheat The renter to have all of tho crops grown on said place j the remainder is in grass consisting of bluegrass and clover But it is understood that the renter is to furnish the seed wheat and put in on said farm wherever directed by the Commispionor 35 acres of wheat in lieu of time 35 acres now growing on enid place and the said renter shall bind himself with good sureLy in oa agreement with the Commis sioner fully protecting all persons committed to his care nnd keeping and as fully protecting the interest Bath County A copy of said requirements is now on file in the County Clerks office fur the in spection of all persons contemplat ing malting bids for same No bids will bo received unless fully made out on blank rorinB furnished by applying to tho County J Jdgp263JNOA copy attest L T Peters Clerk f By T J Peters DC Kissing goes by favor it comes enterpriseWith tho longest way around is her hips A women would rather be valked on than have a mans feet shun her About a beautiful woman there is an entrancing perfume oven in the smile that breaks front her UPS A r otit 2t J r Dust Puns 5 Hearth Broom 8 Lanterns H Gee Whiz Soap No1 Lamp Chimneys 4 No 1 Lump Complete 15 Leather Half Soles pro 20 1510 Coffee Mills 3217- Safety Pins Doz 5 4 3 Stand nnd 3 Lasts 25I T S Shrouts Old Stand I Public Notice Bath County Fiecal Court Specin1 Term Dcc 29th 1902 fIt is ordered by the Fiscal Court of Oath county that time Judge of this Court and Hath County give notice that nil persons feeding stock on any of the turnpike roads of Bath county Jtichnrc owned by said county wur for each offence prohibitingcommissioners of the road districts are to report all offences of this kind in their respective districts to tho County Attorney who shall procure warrants for each offender and prosecute such offenders as tho law directsoIt is further ordered that all land holders owning or in any way gov erning land lying and adjacent to any of the turnpike roads ownedO by Bath county must months from time 1st day of JanCunrp 1S03 remove or cause to bo removed nil fencing wherein same is an encroachment upon tho rightC of way of said turnpike roads cept where the same has been erect ed by consent of governing author ity previous to the ownership Bath county And all persons faif ins or refusing to obey this order within time time herein specified shall by the turnpike commiill inn ore of each district of Bath county be roported to the AtItorney fur Bath county who shalll on such information prqceed as tiY rivets to Ijavo such nbstruc iirr noved dnd the parties pros touted for snuirl 1fJXO A DAUGHERT VIE copy attest 1 IS4T Paters Cirk l1T J Peters D OI Presiding4udge 2 fourt in pursuance of he abave hrdor of said Court do hereby give a PUBLIC NOTICE to all persons in Bath county who have or who may violate either of the above said or dew that they from this date de 5 4 slat from these offenses and comply with the requirements above stated This January let 1903 JNO A DAUGHERTY J B CIJan 18m e 7 WEEKLY Curier Journal HENRY WATTERSON EDITORtTen OP Twelve Pagesaissued Every Wednesday o o 100 a Year REVENUE REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM Best Editorials Best Political Articles Best Stories Best Miscellany Best Pictures Best Book Rvriews Best Poetry Best Childrens Page Best Home News Best Condensed Now Best Market Reviews Best of Everything- COURIERJOURNAL CO Louisville lyTBy a Special Arrangement you can get THE OUTLOOKand Weokly CourierJournalb- oth N ono year for only N 1epThis Is for cash subscriptions only All subscriutionsunder this comb nation offer must be pout through TIlE OUTLOOK office r ri I I J 1 r C r lfJ SADDLES HARNe m 1 Why buy a shoddy socalled handmade or machiuemcde 1madoleather and by men that only make firstclass work Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLE tfIs tho easiest and easiestriding null most durableenddio made J falwayst part of the StiUo I am Yours for best saddles and harness 1f EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE 2 t l SAM P ATCHIS9f L C b i 1BUYFOR riENWOriEN and CHILDREN MADE IN LOUISVILLE KYILS WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED SOLESth bestwearing leather in the world a For sale by Oscar Chandler Quarterly Report op TIlE OWINGSVILLE I BANKING CO- At the closo of badness flee 31 ItFOUItCES on nil nnd discounts 243 IS vonlruftn ccureJ 6341 14Due32Dueflanking Houao and Lot 31958- 9othnrrenl estate on 00 Mortgages U- OUS Bond Other Stocks nnd Bonds ouooo Hpecle J1151 53 Currency 7M 00 STK for Clearings 79 ilier Items carried asirash 000 00 Furniture anti Fixtures 755 5 to pay taxes 00 urrent expenses lIst quarter 000 00 Revenue stamp account vt a 13087725 LIABILITIES stock paid In In cashBitEOSurplus fund I01I 87 Undivided profits too 00 Deposits subject to chekon which interest H not paid32520 ca Deposits subject to check on which Interest is paid Demand certlllcatws of deposits on poldlTlmo on which Interest Is paldl2IIrH 8151245 00 Savings deposits on which Interest Is Certmed checks 00000 uo National flanks 212 87 hate banks and bankers 174923 uu trust companies000 0- 0ahIers checks outstanding 000 00 rotllscountud onoou Unpaid dividends con oa Taxes clue uriC unpaid ouu Cnpltal stock not paid paylossea 17S8 PUPPLEMBNTAUY heat rlnlountoUnitehttnessof uIw biuckhoitIrorsonxtnpany- orttritJndIUdIrriit JLUiUUr of the tY l t r rlrtn the llnblf otttie ludvldiiHl memhern theiof or indirectly if zuteh Induptertiess exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid Ill and ftetualnlUountohur plus III the bank 00000 How Is Indebtedness In above item secured See flection KB Kentucky Statutes Highest amount of indebtedness of any director orofflcerlt amount of such Indebtedness exceeds per cent of paidup capital st- oc1ofbauk00000See Section CM Kentucky Statutes Howls same secured Does araouut of ludebtcdnuss of any person corapnny or firm In cluding In the liability of the company or flrm the liability of the Individual members thereof capItat No f so state amount of such Indebtedness 00 Amount of last dividend 180000 Were all expenses losies Inter est and taxes deducted therefrom before deciario g dlvldeudanui was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bunk for the ported covered by the dividend carried to tho surplus fund before said dividend was decIardYesS-ea BectionMW Kentucky Statutes s0n 25 STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Bath Ias OwlugsvllleDnnklngness at No streot In the town ot Owlng swornnyshestate nwnt of the condition of sold bank at he close of business on the 31st day of Deo tq the beat of his knowledge and belief nd further saSs that the business ot said ank has been transacted at the location and not elsewhere mid that the above report is made In compliance with an Hecretaryfthe day on which such report shall be made ubjcrtbed and sworn tn before me by T HBroivaCatbler the Al day of January UQUUGBLLNntnryPubllu lur Bath county Ky Ply commission expires Feb lit 1W8 131 HICIIAWT rrosldant J tIUIUUAUI1 T II BItOWN IDlreet rs I weS GUDGELL ATTYATLAW Office with R Qudgoll Son Court St OWINGSVILLE IC- YJORAILW4Y + Dolly exccpt Sunday All Others dally Trains 22 and 23 carry Dining car cervla eafs nlacarte ECAtU EFFECTIVE JULYS 1S02 TisiKov TRAINS ix PRESTOS STATION KASTlOUND o25o221240 pr No21 1005 p IK WK8TBOKSIJ No Qilio n- o23314 F m o23 tIl3p ra EXp oSS Trains or Louisville Lexington Cincinnati WnshtngtonNew York jndEdstorn Cities Seldom does n wopan love a hsnh without and seldom a manlqyp a woman with complete sd fib gnl tion f f 1t 7 l f Yt OwingsvlllRKentucky i iR1 FAEEn4 or1JtJQe0DccSlUKK IIOverdraft 4EflueBaukliix flonse lid lut Other rcnl estate Mortgages U a bonds Other stocks and bondsIapeele32493 lurronCyJ4164Exchange for clearings Other Items carried as cash Furniture nnd Fixtures FundtopaytaxeaoooooCurrent expenses last quarter cot oo4 Revenue Stamps 4 IVfi I tisffI LIABILITIES S CaptniStockI1eO8O00 sUncliOut lopo ltI a itiwsAs ooo VII uui ui r tlxoKottIInternal not flepuut ubtt t thtkonw S InturcstU ald floniandceruiflcatosofdepositsj s which Jnlerlst Js paid tTIme certificates of deposlvwilled Iittere t Is tSavings d eposits on wch ds otIs paid fttsjtCertified check i Duo National UanSs o2 q Imuestateuaukeuqjix dts2 r DueJrnst Compmu Cnshler outlUdln illlllsrodlscoUDled UnpaiddividendsS t7Capital djt SUPPLEMg Highest amount ol U Iifirmme company or arm offbel f capital tottlct and aeRial IlIUU cc SurPJulO the bank sr2 II ow is Indebtedness In abe lIeD118eellredI18 Highest amount of fndebtednoss of nny dlrcctororofflcerjf amount V of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock iof bonk ooooo i See Section Kentucky tatutes4 How Is same secured ooooo 6 Dops amount of Indebtedness c any company or arm In- eludlngln the of tbe com or drill the liability ot tU individual members Ihereot e ceedajpercentofpuldupcopttfl If 8OlIlnto amount of such Indebt cduens 0 Amount of lust dividend i 1 Were nil expanses losses In ws est and taxes deducted tliercfr fa before declarxap dlvtdeuu onC wnsEot leu ti cent Jtnet profltsof Ibo bank for thdiH Hod covered by tbe dividend cur c ried to the surplus toed before raid dividend was declared Test Sea Section Kentucky Statutes a1STATE C11JDecember 1102 to the best ol hiaknowlrasot and belief and further says LUat the bus ness of said Bank has been tiusdet1 the location named and not elsewliru itthat tho nbovo report U made la compliance with un olficlal notice received from theSecretary 01 State Ue lgnntiiB tho Slit day of December not ns thu day oa which suc report shall be made J J LACY Cushier Sworn to before me by J J Lucy Deu 8U 1JOi J It BUOTUEK Notary Public Correct JBGOOl PATKn JVKIMBIiUOOH Directors CWUOODPA8TBB Kissed ups tell no tales The hardest thing to learn is what not to learn Too many children eat up tie brothA isa bTtlc of champagne rccorked The early burglar cafcnes fMa police Pigoontod women atfat as lucky us when they ore bowlegged Generally the actress who set put to elevate the stage succeeds i blowing the bank account of her backers sky high Charity eggs dont teemto hatch The people who are in dead ear nest never make love they juifc love Its a wise man that knows enough to be muster of his houie only when be Is out of itr jIts queer what wrong ideas you can get about n womans figureHtsr anything hut a bathing suit Vheu you see a nina drinking hgthistown Some women hnvcnn idea lhatrv bnnkcheclt nre like visit Ing carria and that nil you have tr ito is get more printed ami u e thcnfs w1 L 1 7 = 0 L k tp S i t tWr 1 y h tsU A 0l t 2 jt 1 Jt H M t t hbUaleraI 4 Aa s CHILDIIo helpless ana I strong but the way Is no lone so long cTz Would I might tare with you thus away i Down to the dusk of your latest day 3p f Wee little wanderer out of the dawn r WouM I might walk with you on and on Even as now In the days decline Holding your frail little hand In mine Guiding your steps oer each rugged miles Greeting with kisses your childish smile T Klaatnc the tears from your dimpled 5 1cheekam so strong and you are so weak You are so helpless am I so strong Oh but the Is so lone so long Would you might fare with me thus al way t Down to the dusk of my latest day Brave little walt of the vanished dawn Would you might walk with me on aid cni JYEen as now II the days decline with your warm little hand In mine If Guiding my steps oer each rugged mile a SoothIng my fears with your trustful smile Kissing the tears from my wlthrlng 4 I cheek w tVTou Are so strong and I am so weak a JV E O Laughlln In Youths Companion 1 irr I f I T5i KIDNAPPED MILLIONAIREStTle of Wall Street 1Athe TropIcsc A U ADAMS e P LJJL Cop right br Lolbrop Publl loj Conipm All rlcbu merrcd 4Iti CHAPTER I j KIDNAPPED a i a4tl about tIle Udnappcd Million J ynlreg Itecord Extra All about the ireat iiystery 11 Itecord Extra 1 Hundreds of newsboys poured from nn alley and dashed into the human 1 currents which surge at the conflu Ldltt ence of Nassau street and Park low a 4 In a moment the air was aflame with I Xt the red headlines of the Record Ex i tra It was not necessary to buy A i paper The type was so large that lld the news to the paiserb iI X cc a week tee Wnll street bonnr b s 5r the lensation o V kl J eontry rhe perpetual Txcirement which roignr within the shntlorv of Trinfy church had per f1 meat office and counting room It was the whispered topic of conversa ti lion among clerks and the noisy sub ject of debate in hotel lobby and I rrldor Tile jargon of the Stock 1 A J change was Incorporated into met If f forjtuncs1 S j thousands who saw in the whirl of speculative frenzy the prospect of wealth without work Newspapers a 4 r fed the flame and vied in displaying ItJ i and narrating the golden exploits of W tlgnnte and aperator tl On this Tuesday morning headlines antf text covered the front page oft 3ti9New York Record and proclaimed thofolloongstoryt KIDNAPIEOlM It Tour Multimillionaires Mysteriously E t Missing tr ii lUmer J Morton Andrus Carmody JSimon Pence and TI J Kent cannot be foundp s4Mm jeers that They have been Kidnapped or 4igaYe met with Foul Play Excitement nn Wnll Street lictr J Morton nI Kent Amlrus Vly and 1monPence have myn JVj disappeared They did not ap Int4he astounding tact that though g VV44 they did hot come home laM- 44 riaua are In circulation f Iswrfr Mug Is known ko t Ihes eat Irlrnlsll t plelely disappear Their rom blnrd wealth Is estimated at trw000000- Ilt The street crowds received the t news calmly They did not believe tU But they bought the reaper4 The news came by the way of Wall o street Strange rumors hat been In circulation all the morning A 4 rLSC of impending trouble perme t ated the crowd of brokers which b clustered around the standards on ii t the floor of the Stock Exchange i The curb brokers on Hrnnd street 1wereuneasy as they waited for the t L tlwur of ten The market opened Z J strong and then sagged It was n 1klSuIlp Jew minutes past eleven oclock s twhen the tickers in a thousand of C t flees stopped In their task of record lug quotations r There was a splutter of dashes on the tape Customers gathered around the pedestals There was J news coming They anticipated the announcement of an important Inn f w creeIt had beep rumored that a 5S Consolidated Exchange house was In trouble The following message Eprend itself along the tape MortonrI41 tmOn Pence have not appeared at their offices They did not return I to their residences last night Rela tlics are alarmed and have notified the police They were last seen at I I a conference held at the office of I Palmer J Morton at four oclock yesterday afternoon No trace since c Foul pJaylsfeared The murmur of theStockEx welled into a roar whlcbre- TerbcJaedabove the rumble ofC trafflfc and the unrest on the streets This was the morning of the third- of May memorable in the records of Wall street 71 t aCHAPTER IT TWO JOUnNALlBM v Robert Van Home was the owner and editor of the New York Record tSr lie was a leading light in a much criticised school of journalism He was tie exemplar of the theory f hat the modern newspaper should S Idlomatlccx1pret1 a hi managingeditor Robert Van Home vlsthe mil lijiinlre son of a departed million aire father His mother died In his 4 school and at the of 26 he fflundhimselflhesoieownerof the roughlyZiJBOO000 Ills cattle roamed on a thou I Md hills in Kexv Mexico and Texas The drills of his mining machinery Iwere into the rocks In scores iz4 ef productive siinea in Colorado the tmIditional Van Horne luck his agents i ho l been among the first to strike ita rjcli isthe snowswept valleys of the Klondike At tin opportune moment lie had invested small fortune in y Ten e Bee iron lands and before this itoryopens had smiled at ihe con tslolieftltosefpeadIJ who chided iliima thepircbasemof a gold tir k s aonRftwttwdeatknfhlB father k Wl tt bw tffMMr i tt v i vt J J r y lit S Ie r kkJtlvktffriJf d JsJ t riNI x 5 t1 s 1 I t ao1 eVet t 7i j lr l +I tr5 LSdIved 3rcnu of metropolitan journalism Front th first issue under the Van Home mi ngement the Record was a puliiv tion which could not be ignore I Like Minerva it sprang into life fr grown and panoplied in new nml startling armor It commanded at tention and received It There wq no escape for the public Unless were blind deaf nnd dumb he oneI not remain unaware of the fart the Record was being published Mr William Chnlmeoa his miSI- ng editor was a tall smoothshaven clearcut young nina who had passed his 35 summers lie had acquired no gray hairs in the accumulation of a vast and varied fund of experience He was possessed of an easy confi Ilence was handsome without knowing It and had that grasp of every detail of the newspaper business which made him invaluable as an ex ecutive He had traveled In every part of the globe had interviewed section hands on railroads nnd emperors in palaces knew the lan guage of the slums and the graces of a court could report a murder case or dictate a message for a presi1 dentMr Van Home thoroughly understood the great reading public to which his paper made it bid for sup port It wished to be amused The Record amused it It wished to be thrilled The Record thrilled it It hungered for sensations The flee ord had a neverending supply of sen rations It clamored for pictures The Record had them It stood ready to print Instantly reproduc tions of photographs of past present or future events Mr Walter R Hestor was a friend of Robert Van Home He was a young man with a fortune and a hobby Ills hobby was journalism Ills fortune was conservatively est mated at 30000000 and he was in a position to indulge in any fancy which attracted him The New York Record under the Van Home man ngcment dazzled him Its method of handling great news events ap pealed to Hestor At one time he contemplated founding a rival pa per and surpassing If possible the bewildering strokes of enterprise which were displayed in the pages otJhat paper On reflection he de cided it meant too much work He realized that the management ofn great newspaper entailed an enor mous amount of detail Though pos sessed of nitich energy and persist ence Waiter Hestor was intro spective enough to realize that ho was not fitted for the task of su pervising a metropolitan newspaper lit therefore abandoned the idea lie had no difficulty in forming a close acquaintance with Robert Van Home They were fellowmember if several clubs and both were fitted by wealth and education to move in the same social circles lIestor IOF no time in confidingJiis ambitions to Mr Van Home lie wished to make his mark in the world as n Journalist Mr Van Home readily perceived that Hestor was n genius in his line of thought nail action The ambi lions amateur would listen to no proposition involving pay for his services All he asked was n chance to plan and execute those journalis tic commissions which gave play to his genius as an initiator and to bil skill as a writer Mr Van Home was delighted to accept the volunteer services of the brilliant but erratic Walter U lies tor At the time this story begins Hestor was about 32 years old lie was a member of a New York tam ily which traced its wealth and ancestry to the sixteenth century l1isi fortune was an independent and though his tastes were expen sive he did not live up to his income It would take a volume to recount lter1nwo sensational news litook 200 passengers from a sinkihjfIJncr anti ntslrorShark was in the foreground Itl wae the hector yacht that ran the batteries at Havana and escaped from the harbor wiih valuable news and information At every signal of trouble Hestor and the Shark were sure to lit on hand long before the representatives of other papers HESTOR WAS DELIGHTED TO HEAR FROM SIDNEY were aware that news was brewing At his own expense he established system of espionage on all the courts of Europe Hestor was known In every palace of royalty and in a few years became recognized as the most brilliant newspaper correspondent in the world At the time this story opens Mr Hestor had returned to New York after a cruise in Philippine waters lie was interviewed by all the news papers and his portrait flashed from hundreds of prints in all parts of the country He was proud and happy of his success Ills mind was ever alert for some scheme which would emphasize his fame lIe regarded his foreign triumphs as but stepping stones to some great coup which would immortalize his name Hestor was disappointed when he learned that Mr Van Monte had de parted recently on a secret mission to Europe At first he thought of joining him but finally decided to remain in New York for a time nnd de vote his energies to matters of local Interest lIestor was greeted warn ly at the clubs and found himself a popular hero He was welcomed at the theaters and some of his news paper exploits were made the subject of a topical song and rendered with great success at a leading vaudeville hall For some time he had led ft life free from care in company with con genial spirits who were glad to shine in his reflected fame At the office of The Becord Mr Hestor had a luxurious private room as befitted his nkastbe special qftemnoonhe1eceiced friend Sidney Hamraond itating that wud J II1 r o 4yS T f i J Iit iI s 17 t J r r l7 at ite end of which time he would be compelled to make a western trip on important business liestor was dc lgatcd to hear from Sidney Main und and at once arranged n theater and supper party in his honor A party of eight occupied the lies thorollgllJyIHammond anti Miss Olive his lucy Mr Converse anti Miss lie Mr make anti Miss Mere 0i cfmstiiutcd the merry group wInch at the conclusion of the opera mingled in the fashionable mob and after the usual delays and annoyances found themselves in carriages speeding toward Fifth avenue There was a crush of carriages In front of Delmonicos It was the night hour when New York attains activityTheing equipages An army of lackeys was busy receiving the arriving guests Inside the massive doors the strains of nri orchestra throbbed In an air of henry perfume The glare of light from thousands of electric globes was reflected from glass and marble but subdued by palms and masses of roses A table had been reserved for Mr Hestor and his guests brave in its array of linen and flowers and its glitter of cut glass As Mr Hestor entered the hall ho was recognized by scores of friends anti for a few moments held nn impromptu recep tionWhen this social dutywas ended Miss Edith Le Roy took prompt charge of certain details as was the wont of this vivacious young woman Mr Hestor had seated himself next to Sidney Hammond Miss Le Roy had no idea of consenting to such an arrangementYou the host Mr nest or she said nnd you must take the head of the table Miss Meredith will sit at your right anti Mr Ham mond will take his place next to her I am not going to permit you nnd Mr Hammond to monopolize each others conversation I can trust you Miss Meredith to keep Sidney and Walter from entering into any dis cussion of their dreary schemes for reconstructing the universe The dinner went on merrily amid a general conversation in which n limitless number of topics were in traduced discussed anti dismissed Terrapin followed bouillon anti can vas back ducks were served with sonic rare old Burgundy The spacious dining halls had in the meantime be come crowded antI the orchestra en countered n noisy rival in the laugh ter und conversation which mingled in a harmonious blend from hun dreds of tables Dainty preparations of shell fish gave place to a salad followed by a glace which Miss Le Boy pronounced a dream in old rose While the lathes discussed bonbons the gentlemen lit cigars or cigarettes and wooed the god of Nicotine with all the ardor which fol lows the enjoyment of so sumptuous a repast While Miss re Roy was energetically defending her favorite French author from an attack unwittingly made by Mr Blake her plans so care fully arranged at the opening of the dinner were disrupted by Sidney Hammond who readily persuaded Miss Meredith to change places with him Miss Le Roy smiled her scorn when she discovered this duplicity anti promtply announced a social boycott against the ungallant Hestor and Hammond who already were absorbed in a quiet conversation on a Mplc which seemed of special inter ct to them Sidney Hammond was a college mate of Walter Hestor He W he stroke oar in the famous cre humbled the pride ofthe ivaTum veWity Unlike many of the athletic institutions of learn utUammond combined the frame of a muscular Apollo with the brain of the scholar He was even more a hero with the professors titan on the cam pus The text and reference books prescribed in the curriculum served hut to stimulate his thirst for re search Though abundantly able through the generosity of his father to enter into nil x f the pleasures of the gilded class lie performed the rare feat of remaining a studious re cluse and retaining his popularity During the years spent in college he was an intellectual and physical machine seemingly incapable of men tnlor bodily fatigue The few friends who enjoyed the privilege of his apartments found him the best of hosts with a wellappointed sideboard and the Choicest of cigars Ex cept on are occasions Hammond did not permit these social relaxatons to intrude on his time nnd his friends grew to knew just how long Sidney would tolerate their company in preference trt his books Hestor sipped a glass of wine knocked the ashes from his cigar and extended an enameled cigar cast to Hammond How long does our famous correspondent intend to remain In New York asked Sidney Hammond It must seem dull here after what yov have been through replleiUcstoraround and stay in this country fot awhile I believe there Is more big news on the tapis here than anywhere in the world I believe there is some sensational news about the trusts if it could be obtained and properly handledThey are getting big enough antI bold enough to attract attention said Hammond There will be plea ty of news about them some day How do you like the ICecordi leading editorial today he asked The one about the big steel com bine do you mean Yes Candidly T cannot say I liked it said Hammond after a moments pause I supppse Williams wrote it It sounded like his stuff Williams is a good writer and there is no better man on local issues but I am afraid the trust problem is beyond his depth He denounces trusts He might as well denounce the Galveston disaster He has treated The Record readers to an entertaining but not novel bit of trust invective I pre sume It is what they want but what good does it do lif proposes no remedy- To Be Continued Seh a Mive soy I say didnt I see you running down the street yesterday with Bill Bounce after you did you run away fo- rII was only running so as to get him away from his home so as his mother couldnt see him fightin but by the time he was out of sight of h house wegot In sight of our house and then as my mother himIw so az to a rpp r t r 1tlOrt m 7f 3J r t i I GIVE GOD A CHANCE The Omnipotent Arm Shortened by the Activity of the Flesh CihrUllnii AKBrralvrnr RUn Iii II the Work of the Spirit of Rod Sermon liy the Highway and llywny Trencher Copyright MM by A N Kellogg Newspa per CoChicago Jan i 1- 9TextNot by might nor by power but by My Spirit salth the Lord of Hosts Zech work 1n a mysterious way Ills wonders touerform The tangle wana of the good fairy of my boyhood story book always held a peculiar fascination for me That the simple waving of the rod in the hands of the little creature could ac complish such wonderful things so easily and so quickly impressed me very deeply anti I sighed for the fairys talUmnn that would make of life such on easy problem It seemed such a desirable thing to be able to do things as the fairyilid and my imaginative mind pictured nil the good deeds I would perform if the fairys wand were placed in my hand Little then dill I think as I pored over the fascinat lug stories and spent hours in idle dreaming that the wonderful things in the fairy story had their realization in the spiritual realm nnd that the potency of the fairys wand was as nothing in comparison with the mar velous operations of the Spirit of God It was the Spirit of God moving through the rod in Moses hand which wrought such mighty wonders in the presence of Pharaoh which opened a way through the lied sea which made the hard rocks of the wil derness yield their gushing waters which gave the Israelites the victory over the Amnlekites It was the Spirit of God that circled the cityof Jericho in answer to the obedient trend of Gods people and that rang out in the shout and the trumpet blast and laid the massive walls of the heathen stronghold low upon the ground It was the Spirit of God thatmoved in the times of the judges and wrought mighty deliverances for Gods oppressed people It was the Spirit of God which on the day of Pentecost transformed handful of simple hearted ignorant disciples into fluent linguists preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ in every known tongue It was the Spirit of God which wrought such mighty wonders through the instru mentality of the disciples in the early days of the church It is theSpirit of God Whose tracings can be discovered running through the sacred pages of Gods Word from Genesis to Revela tion More marvelous and fascinating is it nil than the most extravagant fairy tale The latter is naught but a tale but the former is the truth anti majesty nnd power of God There are two reasons why man fails to understand and appreciate the operations of the Spirit of God First because he does not know Gods will nnd second because he is an alien from the righteousness of God for the Spirit of God always operates along the line of Gods will nnd moves within the sphere of Ills perfect righteous nets In this materialistic age mans will shuts out the vision of the will of God and mans selfrighteousness and celfesteem render him insensible to the righteousness of God and hence the might and power of man is Unduly magnified and emphasized and the workings of Gods Spirit are lost sight of But nevertheless it is the eternal and unchangeable truth of God that it is not by might nor by power of man but by the Spirit of God that the purwoses of God are rfougFt Mil tlJMti IPra Zerubbabel to whom the words of ur text were sent through the proph et Zechariah had been called to a great work by the Lord The task of rebuilding the wall around Jerusalem antI the restoring of the temple had rested upon him After the first burst of enthusiasm of the people incident to the return from captivity and the ree5 tablishment of their homes in Jerusa hem the work of rearing the citys protecting wall and restoring the temple lagged Zerubbabel felt the burden of the gigantic task As Christian people are always so prone to dp he came to feel that he was carrying the burden nIl alone That it all depended upon him if the walls were completed and the temple reconstructed And in proportion as he took his eyes off God and looked within himself for the pow er and ability to carry on the great work he became discouraged and per haps was almost ready to give up in disgust He did not have the sympathy and cooperation of the inhabitants of the city as was his right to demand and expect He doubtless tried to push and drive them to the completion of the task which he knew God hadset him to accomplish Perhaps he set to scolding them in the impatience of his discouragement Perhaps he went as facingdlfficuJties babel and threatened to quit and go back to the easier surroundings of the Babylonian home And just at the point when he fully realized how Utterly helpless bewas accomplish the utterlydiscouraged God sent His prophet to him with the reassuring message that it was not by the might nnd power of a talented and able Zerubbabel that the work of tile Lord was to be completed but that it was through the mysterious and marvelous operations of the Spirit GodIf question had been asked of Zerubbabel before the word of God by His prophet had come to him as discouragingfeatures he would have been able to quickly and readily enumerate a score of difficul ties foremost among them being the inck appreciation by the people of the great work he the eminent Zerab babel was doing for them the lack of support he was receiving m them in carrying on the work and the un kindly criticism and strong opposition which came from certain quarters of the city And human nature has not changed a whit since the days of Zerub babel Christian people everywhere today are meeting with discouragements nnd delays in the tasks which God has given them to do and Zerub babellike they feel that the whole burden rests upon them that they are not appreciated that they are not receiving the support it IF their right to expect and that the unkindly crit icism and strong opposition met with Theyband confidence they are ready to throw up their hands in despair and give up the task altogether It is then that God comes as He came to Zerubbabai and whispers to the troubled soul Vqjook away from self and the discouragements and learn that It Is not by might nor by power but by the SphHQf Qod that HU work r t rlt at A Nis to be yromnlishetfc Oh what a lesson to ii No Christian can do constair stccessfulwork for God until hr ouriud in despair with Zerubluib OT the uncompleted wall and tens the task God has given him to in ni has finally in the last dying 1IIr utter discouragement looked up rind caught a vision of the Eternal Goland beheld His omnipo tent arm moving to his aid I imagine I can see Zerubbabel sit ting with brwed head in his home after another i1i iniuging day on the city wall anti rst the unsightly ruins of tile iire It has been a push and a dr ill day and apparently nothing Jii He has been unable to inspire 11 pie with a sense of the taskbefrrr m They are more con cerned ntit their homes and the gratification of their own desires and the carrying out of their own plans than thil v to perform the work of the LoM lie has just about made up his mind that with the morning light he will send in lila resignation and abandon the people to their indif ference anti their fate when lo a gentle tap ou the door announces a visitor Without looking up too dis couraged to lr hospitable or even civil he l itiitly bids the waiting one to ent U Christian soul have you ever t It Zerubbabel did that night lfoi come home discouraged fnii nday school from church f Ang peoples meeting from junior mllIlg from any of the varied forms of religious activity which it may be God has called you to perform for Him and thrown yourself into a chair or upon the couch und covering your face with your hands given way to jour discourage ment Such experiences come to us alL lint let us return to Zerubbabel and see who his visitor is nnd what his messageThe is pushed open nnd the prophet Zechariah enters A quick glance at the bowed figure tells him the whole story God has sent him just in time God always comes when the soul is best prepared to receive His message and to learn the Divine les son If the prophet had come a few days before when Zerubbabel was con fidently depending upon himself and was planning a new method to arouse the people to the task before them his message would not have been re ceived or understood But now the Jewish leader has come to the end of his resources He has tried every thing to make the Lords work go Perhaps he had stirred the good la lies up and had tried church suppers and bazars on the temple site to encourage the rebuilding Perhaps he had offered prizes out on the city wall for the fastest and best worker or had started unique little entertainments sort of side shows you know to draw the crowds out to the walls in the hope that once he had enticed them there he could set them to work And so it had gone on tiny after day Each day saw a failure of his own plans anti each night sleepless eyes and wakeful brain sought for new meth otis to be tried on the morrow lEave you ever been in poor Zcrubbabels fix lEave you wrestled in such a des perate way with the work of the Lord Well at last his resourceful brain and his wonderful patience and persever ance failed him The prophet un derstands it all as he quickly advance across the room through the gather ing gloom With a tender touch born of the infinite bye of God which floods his soul after his wonderful visions he places his hand upon the bowed head of the discouraged leader and speaks in cheery confident tones 1biJethe W1 n Zirubbabel Kc power but by Lord of Hosts- mountain ZerubbabeljS Ie tall Lstone thereof Grace grace u9to it Like a drowniug roan grasps after a straw the soul of Zerubbabel eagerly drinks in the prophets message he lifts his head new light bursts in upon his soul lIe is humbled as he realizes how he has magnified his own importance in the Lords workand has foiled to reckon God as a tao tor in the tasks given him to do Here was a revelation to him of the relation which God always sustains to the work He gives ills children to do for Him Here was a powerful factor in publiehopekindledarm of God was linked in his to the successful completion of the great work It was n different man who went out to direct the work on the wall and at the temple the next morn log Discouragements and difficulties became stepping stones to success lIe knew that what he could not do Gods Spirit would do He knew he did not have to scold and drive any more A new light burned in his eye Con fidence was marked In hrs every move and tone It was no longer Zerubba bel and God but God and Zerubbabel The people noted the change They reelll1tlonbegan to spread until the heavy feet and lagging hands became trans formed into quick feet and eager hands and as though by magic the walls of the city and the temple began to grow Zerubbabel had learned the supremely important lesson of giv ing God a chance You and I need to learn it too if we would do successful work for Him Oh that the message that was blazoned upon the heart of Zerubbabel might burn itself deep into the heart of every Christian JNot by might nor by power but by My Spirit saith the Lord of Hosts Give God a chance This sounds like rather a startling suggestion And it might hastily be concluded that it was quite an unnecessary one in this advanced ecclesiastical age when some form of religion or other is observed and practiced by nearly every one and when the different denominations have perfected the ma chinery of their church organizations to such a high degree and have all their varied forces so well and thor oughly equipped WbyOI1 ex claim whenever before has God had such a chance as He has today Look at the schools colleges and theological seminaries equipping young men as never before for Gods work look at the wealth and power and extended influence of the church lookat the great institutional churches rearing themselves in every large city look at the great mission ary organizations that collect hun dreds of thousands of dollars every year and freely spend the same in maintaining missionaries In every notion and every clime look at the great denominational gatherings every year see the enthusiasm Lear thlIr f p r c1i century turn you say anti study the enlarged nnd improved forces at work in the individual churches When has the pastor been so alive to the responsibilities or so thor ough in his methods Whenever be fore have his forces been so well or ganized The churches have been equipped with every modern comfort and convenience the service hUN been beautified and the standard of the music rendered raised to meet culti vated nnd refined tastes Surely you exclaim God never before hall suclan opportunity 1erhaps Let us see In the light and thought of our text may it not be that the very argument you have used to prove your point that God never be fore had such a chance may prove a boomerang and become nn argument againstTyon In it possible for man to do so much that he crowds God out and renders Ills Spirit inopera tive Is it possible that the might and power of the twentieth century Christian is making him forget the supreme need of reliance upon God and preventing patient waiting for the cooperation of the Spirit of God Surely the empty pews in thousands of churches the thinning ranks of theological students the feverish discussions among churchmen for new methods a mOllerll Jed Gospel strongInternalsomething is lacking What is that something Is it not the Spirit of God for not by might nor by power but by the Spirit of God are the purposes and plans of God to be worked out Man is coming so willingly to carry much of the burden of Christian work in his own wisdom and own strength that God is withdrawing and leaving the church to struggle on alone And what is needed is not new methods a modernized Gospel and popular preaching but an humble seeking of God nnd a patient wooing of the Spirit of God back to His rightful place in the Christian heart and Christian life nnd church activity nnd a yielding to Him the full scope of His omnipotent resources And this is the message echoed from the sacred page in the ears of the church and Christian peo pIe of today Give God a chance Note in connection with our text the vision which came to Zcchariah to illuminate and reveal its wonder ful meaning A golden candlestick with bowl nt the top for the oil to feed the seven lamps through the numerous pipes The humble but wonderful mission which those pipes performed typifies our relation to Gods work Ours not to be the olive trees at the side of the candle stick pouring their oil into the bowl at the top Ours not to be the bowl Ours to be only the pipes through which the oil of Oaths power can flow to feed the light which we bravely hold up to shine in the darkness of the world for God Rev Dr Meyer in his comment in his Daily Homily on this chapter exclaims What a sermon there is in a wick Sit beside it and ask how it dares hope to be able to supply light for hours anti hours to come Will you not soon burn to nn end you wicl of a lamp No I do not fear it nnce the light does not burn me though it burns on me I only bear to it the oil which saturates mj texture I am but the ladder uj which it climbs It is not I but the oil that is in me that furnishes the light Btt how necessary it is that nothing interrupt ihs fllnv ofoil that there be no imcleanlniiss per Tglttcd to clajrnnd obstruct the nar the iJP4efl t rIt cannot be that it is not wha but what lie does tu OUt Jich really blesses men IM sfieci then to be only a wick un1 ren amid the glory of the light that crowns it find willing tobe con sumed bytbe daily removal of the charred fringe Delivered to death for Jesus sake that the life of Jesus may be manifest in your mortal flesh Oh Christian give God a chance in your life Hear Him as lie speaks Not by might nor by power but by My Spirit Let your Christian service take on new meaning Let God work through you VIRTUES OF THE ESKIMO DOG An Invaluable Servant and Food nerve to the People of the Frozen North Of the Eskimo dog I could write a book In all probability descended from the wolf it is the Eskimos one domestic animal but is of as much value to him as all the domesticated animals of more favored races put together writes Commander Robert L Peary in Leslies Monthly It drag him and his family and their chattels from place to place hauls to his door the meat of seals or walrus leads him with unerring scent to the tiny ori flee in the snow which indicates the breathing hole of a seal drags him for miles in pursuit of the bear and baIlong winter night when the hand of hunger grips the settlement relent lessly he yields up his life to feed his master and his family and his coat to keep them warm Though mixed now with other strains so that black and reddish and spotted dogs are to be seen alt well as the pureblooded grays and whites this animal still retains to a large degree the strength endurance and fierce lust for blood when in pursuit of game that characterizes its wild ancestors Combined with these traits are an intelligence and faithfulness that make many of these animals the peer of any of their more favored brothers in moregenialclimates Ought to De GratefnI You know I learned to ride a bi cycle last summer said Mrs Cawlc er to Mrs Cumso Yen Well my husband bought me ft lovely 125 bicycle for a present Wasnt it good of him- I should say so What did you get for him Oh I got hittx a dozen handker chiefs and ah umbrella Dont you think there is something of a disparity between his present and yours to him There is butt as he has to pay ior those I give him I think he will appreciate inexpensive presents best Stray Stories A fearraer 011 Football A Bovrdoinbam farmer saw the BatesBbwdoln game at Brunswick the other day says the Hartford Cournnt A neighbor asked him about it Nothin to tell he said Just let 0 big hogs out on a soft field any day and then throw down a peck or so of corn in a sack and see urn go for it anti youll know hoist what a same of football look yfce to a fartncr A prominent club woman Mrs Dan Iforth of St Joseph Mich tells how she jj was cured of falling of the womb and its accompanying pains and misery by i Lydia E Pmkhams Vegetable Compound DEAR 31ns PINKHAM Life looks dark indeed when a woman feels that her strength is fading away and she has no hopes of ever being restored Such was my feeling a few months ago when I was advised thatTny poor health was caused by prolapsus or falling of the womb The words sounded like a knell to me I felt that myci Jia set but Lydia E Philchains Vegetable Compound came to ir r s an 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writing to IDGfDWARDSPassenger Traffic Manager C U D By Cincinnati Ohio FREE TO WOMEN To prove tne nealins and cleansing poncr of iaxtlBe Iolct AiilUeiMlcwcwlU mall a large trial pacluce with book of Instruction absolute free This It not a tiny sample but larsc package enough to convince anyone of Its value Women all over the country are praising Paxtlne for what it has done In local irea meet or female ill cur lug til Inflammation and discharges wonderful 11 as cleansing vaginal douche for sore throat nasal catarrh as a month wash sod to remove tartar and whiten too teeth Send today a postal card wilt do Said by ilruRBUU or ixutpotd by us SO cent lurso bz ttaturuetlou guNeaniced THE JIrAXTOX CO aOl ColumbaaAT i ELECTROTYPE Better keep on the safe side Dont use a liniment youre not sure about 4 Ifyoi3ittve an Injury an Ache n serious Cut or Bruise f sj Lumbago rienralgla or anything that ia curable by a linInst s MEXICgN MUSTANG UNIMEN Lr 5SiIt cured aches and injuries ofMaa and Beast before ma8 vreroborn ifwaafoiuiaioIjtreUablBbyyoiuiii e4 srandBlrMi lljgtytmntqbyyo i Cr ic k rtJ 1 fLtt j 1U t 4f l e THE BAND CUT ICE o f Too Cold to Make Mnalc anil They Wan cd to De Set to WorktI IatOnce t One winter when the Fir t United States thek1postslien Cuvier Grover and reported members of the band had been or t dered to help cut ice mates the Detroit Free He said Sheneral tteydidAnot enlist us to cut ice but to make t adjutantL fiointMUSIC Ir Schmidt bowing to the com 1 othcerthea maDding officer oaid Yn heneral to I be excused from ice fatigue Mr Schmidt bowed himself out saying Thank yourtiheneral thank you ahenejal continued the commanding officer as thelS j door cloed Adjutant the band 4kepot on the bluff overlooking the river will make mutrit the ret of the ft t unand cut ice The weather was inncold as a matter of course t t ttJmpoftlble for the platr to make a h 1I their on their struments The bandmaster again hur riid to the commanding officer and said Sheneral n M impossible to make c the band would rather cut ice well Mr Schmidt just as Mmooic the commanding officer andcah adjutant he said Mr Adjutant will cut ice Cardpweary paused beside C that bore the card ij1abe1ledFrrh this morning38 cents Give me a dozen of these eggs she A taid 1 suppose you guarantee their Well no said the hesitating Mote 1I keeper we wculdnt like to do that Hut the card says Fresh this morn f IC ingtnutted But you tee its the card thatiw4 freshnot the l DealeraI Indigestion congested liver impure blood a constipation these are what afflict thou I 1 sands of people who do not know what is the a1 1matter with them They drag along a mis localla little temporary relief but the old tiredgwornout distressed feeling comes back again worse than ever until 1 utime they become tired of living won P i iit er why they were ever born and why they ia j e alive unless to endure constant suffer SA Jt r To such sufferers there is a haven ot r e t in Dr 5Drops which isawonderfulmedicine One trial will con nce the most that I any or all of these difficulties may be re 4 moved and a perfect cure PfftCl in tak 4 ing Dr August Koenigs Hamburg lrops t Get a once too late pp4 Cost a Qnarerflagged Robert withrair I saw your downtownrmum an tf yoUll give me a you what sort of a place p I AW him to into Mrs Ctreencyerf Goodness me IItres the 0 me quick Wbat was the place nagged j 1 Weekly Ro rtThe post office numN Y 4 Whereto He Wa Different + r McJifger Oh hes a regular hog He paI Thingumbob Well we all want that 1 itPhiladelphiaPreasp To Cure a Cold In One Dsre Take Laxative l3rorno inineTablets f r druggistucfundmoneyi itCailstocure5cl4 I The man who endeavors to travel tofame I OrjOrt2ne s u the airship of is like hnrd4udgel bpend Tar upon a cold 4PikesToothache Drops Cure in one minute ty deathp0 I Npu nn job Chicago Daily t Consumptionpyears Bobbins Norwich Feb 17110- 0w 4 l a p1 4 There li urking danger in the aching backThe aches and pains of the back tell of overworked Go to the khney- aaBslstance when backache pains warn should be promptly heeded for dangerous diabetes disease are only step i ger ran be avertedJp CASE c Van D renci 57 Sixth Street Fond 4du Lac Vils Presbyterian clergy innn says A man or woman who hai sever hrid kidney complaint or anV of the little ills consequent upon irritated or inactive kidneys knows little about what prolonged suf fering Is 1 had attacks which kept me in the house for days at a time unable to do anything and to ex press what t suffered can hardly be adequately done in ordinary Anglo- SI 1xon An time passed complica inns set in the particulars of which ep1 aed to give In II personalill rvlew to anv one who information I IUsedplenty of rem edies and ever on the outlook for something that might check or ben efit my condition began taking Doans Kidney Pills This I can con i sclentiously say D ans Kidney Pills caused a general improvement in my health They great relief corrtctlngtt A FREE TRIAL of this great kid t p ney medicine which cured the Rev Jacob Van Dqren will be mailed on application to any part of the United States Address FosterMilbtirn Buffalo 31 Y For sale by nil drug I gists price 50 cents per box litSAi it SHOE S- Jo C UNI9NMADR WL Douglas makes and ll more mens S35O and S3OO shoes than any other r two In the world which Pros their superiority I e there worn by more l people In all stations of lire than any other make v a t4 Dougluishe can buy cheaper and produce his shoes at a lower cost than other con pcorns which enables him to Sbll shoos for 8330 and 9300 squat in every way to o sold else Tfhere for 84 ant 100 W L Dodelas S3J es aDd JbOesarew ri1 by tlIOO31lldaOf men who haw been paying 54 and 55notbellOTlnetbey y ald s f for 8350 or fib has condDcedthemthatthe style 1It d wear of his 8350 ind 8300 shoes is lust p llaced side by aide it Is Impossible tc Jany dllf nmte A trlahvm convince ftit 7foIIeeIRere5SJ19Salsi ZIO55UIIa asIeS 5504 aooAgaIaof5O4a7aifl1oareaII l W L DOUGLAS 94JBO OILY COOK LINK I ortbS ao Compared with Other Make Ir best Imported lxsI Amirlrcn Iratttn Htgft tint car fimatl Box Call car Viet KM Ctnnc alii Motional koncrn fait Cater Ciildt IVDOUOLAiHnffBSaer5isIyculrw ya1t t1 LA1H kecitTo A S f Jc i1tffej h J2 t 1 vhq I t 4Vj f v kidneys f youfBrlghts a awayJ requires brought manufacturer give tD oSITnJ- IICU1IUii uurAp q l f Pi T IItQ Ci t 3 fr n STATE NEWS ITEMS ii 9 S S SOUTHERN RAILROAD MERGER Hearing Before the Interstate Com merce Commission January 15 Frankfort Ky Jan IIn an en deavor to prove Its charge of a South of ern railroads merger made some months ago before the Interstate commerce commission by the Ken ucky railroad commission the latter ody has had subpoenas served on of leading fInanciers of the country on nisi officials of the nndII to have been merged ent among those called to appear before tho Interstate commerce com hi mission In Now York city on January hyhargePerkins John W Gates August lId In mont Samuel Spencer president of IeErwinLino Co- HARGED WITH BOOTLEGGING Mountain Evangelist Arrested While in the Pulpit Somerset Ky Jan 3SnntchcdProm the pulpit and dragged off to jailno answer a charge of selling whisky of as tho fate that befell Rev W Uwassada a noted retcounty Deputy United States Mar shal Coleman went to the church with warrant charging Cassada with thoJI tokneeing Just as ho tapped the preacher on the shoulder and asked him to come along Cassada was announcing Hymn 37 to tho congregation Nearer My God To Thee THE L N ROBBERYm b The Officials Will Offer a Reward ofT500 For Robbers Cpturem folouisvllieub Nashville railroad officials are blNashvilleIs the man who robbed Conductor Keens train antI n reward of J500 will be offered for the capture of the robber Conductor Redford who was In charge of the sleeper In which the robbery occurred was shown a icture of Hyatt and stated he be lieved he was tho guilty man JICOMMITTED rcAsMaggie Carrol Drank Carbolic Acid Paducah Ky Jan 2As the bells rang In the New Year Maggie Carroll ern formerly Roush drank a cup of car th olic acIds and fell over unconscious dying In five minutes Sho was a pret girl 23 years old antI left no expla nation of her deed The only known relatives she has id an aged father In the soldiers home at Dayton O Her has birthplace was in Cincinnati Deputy Sheriff Shot Plnevllle Ky Jan 1At Valscnd si rr rho Stewart was eu e J It cot I tils Sp gCixms 1 g a y dan wound Remains Brought to Kentucky CovIngton Ky Jan 2Judge John Tibbatts Hodge has just returned niromfather Gen George Baird Hodge In compliance with a promise made his no ther that he should finally be laid to rest In Kentucky ground He died in 1862 Mrs Judge TarvIn IllgCovington Ky Jane3The wife of udge Tarvln Is threatened with iervons breakdown Accordingly udge and Mrs TarvIn left Friday to morning for Louisville Mrs Tarvin expects to remain at the Norton In firmary In Louisville under the care of a physician for same time Taking Out the Telephones Lebanon Ky Jan SThe Lebanon Louisville and Lexington Telephone Co is taking out telephones In the business and dwelling houses here as a result of a resolution adopted by the citizens that they would not pay a raise In rates Three Burglaries In One Day Lexington Ky Jan 3Three bur glaries were reported to the police during the slay At the grocery store of Warren Bros the cash drawer was rtft dof C5 and some cigars and can- oned goods taken Nothing else was stolen Shot Himself Through the Head Lexington Ky Jan 2John H Haley aged 42 unmarried killed him selfThursday night by shooting himself through the right temple The deed was committed in an alley In the suburbs Illhealth is attributed as the cause He was a miller by trade Dead at the Age of 94 Years Taylorsvllle Ky Jan 2News has reached here of the death of Mrs Ara belle Boyle at the home of her son In Honey Creek township Indiana She had reached the advanced age of 94I yenta Death of Col Hubbard T Buckner Covington Ky Jan 2col Hub bard Taylor Buckner 75 an honored and respected pioneer citizen of Ken ton county died at ils late horse ci Graves avenue Erlanger Thursday Buckner served vln the Mexican war and the late civil war Fremont Voter Dies Maysyllle Ky Jan 2 Charles H Nicholson aged 68 a descendant I bad been a republican all his life Iand was one of seven who voted for in this city All were burnt in effigy the next day Drastic Measures Grayson ICy Jan 1The new health board appointed for Carter county composed of Drs Strother 6Rorke and Armstrong has Issued a proclamation that all citizens of Gray son shall be vaccinated by Saturday or pay a flnZ 11per day Deaths ef Aged jiOP v Georgetown KyJan 1 Twenty five persons have d6d In Scott county during the past yea who were over 70 years of ape Tnair combined age reached 1963 yeftrrt an aVfrpge iyqr r81ea 1 i SIr y t ar j s 1 A HAPPY NEW YEAR Wealthy Massachusetts Banker Finds His LongLost Sister Lexington Ky Jan 2Tho reunion a far from rich Worcester 1Iassrwoman and her wealthy sisterinlaw hero is the happy news for the Newt ear in the Massachusetts homo of H Southcrland a wealthy banker Worcester Mrs Southerland como hero Wednesday and found Mr South erlands sister who against tho wishes of tho family had married a railroad engineer by tho name of SillC san They went to Chicago aftor being rejected by tho family and final camo to this city and for threof occupied quarters In one roomI tho rear of a drug store she cook- Ing In a boarding house The long st slater was taken to her old homoI Massachusetts DEATH OF FRANK PENNEBAKER Was One of the Managers of the Pleasant Hill Shaker Society Harrodsburg Ky Jan 3Franke- nnebaker one of the elders and of the Pleasant Hill Society Shakers Is dead Funeral services ere held at the Pennebaker brothers sidence Friday afternoon His death f- iaves lila brother Dr William Penne baker In control of the western dl vision of the Shakers property and ames Shelton and sister Jane But n trustees and managers of the cast families and property Ate Five Quail On Wager fceSlligtoirrIIyv Tan 3To win a wager of 100 Herty Tnylcr a mar let man here ate five quail The birdss ere cooked In tho presence of the arket people and F II Parrlsh who acked tho wager which was that aylor could not cat four birds was uch dismayed when Taylor called r the fifth Ho ate three slices ofttwo large pickles and drank ono pint of milk while he devoured the rds The League Organized Louisville Ky Jan 3The Independent Cigar and Tobacco Dealers league was permanently organized Friday night at a meeting of the retailwInterests of Louisville to alleged encroachments of tho UnitedS Cigar stores combine At a nuary 15 the league will prepareb d issue an address to the lygard to the matter Railroad Safe Was Dynamited Harrodsburg Ky Jan 1At Tal mage the nearest station on the South railroad safeblowers dynamited e railroad companys safe blew It to fragments secured 50 In money wentII across the stret and robbed Merchant Drowns store of all the cash and vat uables and left going toward LawIrcnceburg No effort to overhaul been made They Gave Bond Lexington Ky Jan 2The Blue Gross Consolidated Traction Co exe ted bonds In 1000 payable to Woodford county conditioned fit t 1tdeginwori mrnenLtCouncil Held In o Frankfort Ky Jan tThe t tempt case of the common council of Frankfort recently argued at Coving ton before United States Judge Coch ran was decided Wednesday the coun l being held in contempt The opin ion Indicates the administering of punishment if certain suits are filed y January 5CThe Kentucky Treasury Frankfort Ky Jan 2At the be- inning of business Thursday thereI was In the Kentucky treasury public moneys amounting to 111459651 The nationaLgovernment is expected shortly ply the states civil war claim of 1325000 and the total amounts then on hand will more than liquidate all Its obligationsI Will Sell Bonds Lexington Ky Jan 3The board of directors of the Fayette Home Telephone Co of this city authorized the Immediate sale of 100000 of Its five pet cent bonds The sale will be conducted by the bond department of the Security Trust and Safety Deposit Co of this city Died of Brights Disease Monticello Ky Jan 3MIss Susie Rankin aged 16 died of Brlghts dls ease at the residence of her grandmother near Rankin this county She was a daughter of Thos Rankin Jr ne of the most prominent farmers of the county Bad SmashPp Covlngton Ky Jan tA bad smashup occurred on the L Nnear the Independence hill Thursday morn ing A flange broke on one of tho wheels of a freight car derailing a number of others None of the trainmen aere Injuredj Gives 5000 to Caldwell Buena Vista Ky Jan 2The trill of the late Jojin Robinson the wealth lest man of this section has been pro bated by which he leaves 5000 in scholarships to Caldwell college Dan vHle Golden Wedding Celebrated Lexington Ky Jan IThe golden wedding of Col Alexander Campbell and wife took place at Hamilton colt lege the home of their daughter Mrs B C Hagerman Scores of frUnds and acquaintances called during the afternoon and evening Covlngton Poor Suffering Covlngtonr Ky Jan 1oveneerof the Poor John Roes Wednesday gave out a statement to the effect that the sufferlng among tho poor was the greatest gthe past month he baa known since ho has been In office- Ring In the New Year- Newport Ky Jan 1There Wa enough noise In Newport Wednesday pight to please the most fastidious The small boy with revolver the man with the steam whistle and tao bells all helped to herald the advent of the now year County Judge Offers Reward Russellville Ky Jan 1Count Judge J W Clark has offered a ro ward offlOO for the arrest andean viction of the person or persons wh tplaced a bomb In the second story c tho 04 coq QrIli d r It u t f THE COLOHED H II It Is Feared There v When She Opens 1 Memphis Tenn Jan r vv rfirespondent of tho Coma at Indlnnola Miss wires tT iat 130 a m as follows Sheriff A C Cox of this county stated Sunday night that if Minnie Cox wanted to open the post office and feared violence ho would deputize a sufficient complement of men to guard the office and patrol the town colored postmistress has made no application to tho authorities for protection a Tbe flurry of excitement prevailing hero is apparently contagious to the surrounding country towns and there has been an influx of visitors here Sunday Special correspondents from Chicago New Orleans St Louis Cin cinnati and Memphis arrived on tho night trains The city and county of flclnls licliovo that a number of secret service men are OR tllo sceno await ng any developments that may arise Post Office Inspector Fitzgerald has- tbeen assigned hero from Louisiana wlsnt direct to the home of tho sheriff Sunday night with Muyjir Da vis where a conference was held He caught a train out later FIRE IN HONOLULU Defective Electric VVTo g Caused it f Loss of Cvci VOODOO Honolulu Db By Pacific C- nbleA fire causing a loss of over- t100000 occurred hero Sunday There broke out in th nnral merchan Use store of L ii tI Co and probably was cat 11 j efectlve elec ric wiring J P Morgan also sus tained heavy loss A letter re t it here from Thor Fitch the ahton attorney for the Marcus Isianti Ouano Co says that Japan Is relTnmilsning her claim to Marcus irimr 91 11 willing to al low thy IToi si to take posses ian 7air aisO 1eport licr sub ects now oil the island a7iI v o pay as a reasonable Indemnity n 0 on account of the loss sustained in the trip of the schooner Julia Wha len which was refused a landing on he island WRECK ON THE SOUTHERN Engineer White Was Killed and 27 Passengers Injured Birmingham Ala Jan GPasscn train No 37 on the Southern rail ay bound from Atlanta to BlrrcinK am was derailed about 1030 oclock night near teems Station about 15 miles from this city The aggage and mail cars were complete wrecked and were thrown down an embankment a Although the train was filled with passengers Engineer White was the only person who was killed His body was found under the engine horribly mangled About 27 passengcrs were PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE t Is Conceded That Penrose Will Be Elected United States Senator Harrisburg Pa Jan 5Tho Penn sylvania legislature will convene on Tuesday noon and will adjourn finally probably on April 1C The republicans control both branche qnd It ls con ose f To elect senator to succeed- SWalton of Phlla en speaker of the yes and John M xjvill he elected i e senate v THE BUBrfNIC PLAGUE Two Cases Repo7fl the Town of Ahome in Sinaloa Jan 5A special from HermosiliMex says Two i ases of bubonic plague have been reported In the little town of Ahome In Sinaloa not far from the Sonora bor der The authorities of Sonora have notified those of Sinaloa that a sanl tary cordon has been established en the border and no one will be permitted to enter the state from the south Sir Liang Cheng to Wed Peking Jan 5Slr Liang Cheng minister designated to the United States will marfy the daughter of the Chinese minister at Paris Yu Keng before leaving for Washington The wedding probably will take place at Canton Yu Kengs daughter was ed ucated abroad and speaks English and French She Is one of the few Chi nese women of modern education and modern ideas- Lutheran League of America Omaha Neb Jan 5Rev Luther Kuhns pastor of Grace Lutheran church resigned to accept the general secretaryship of the Lutheran League of America with headquarters In New York city The league has 3000 so cieties and 125000 members Pansy Roosevelt III New York Jan 5The friends of Miss Pansy Roosevelt cousin and chum of Miss Alice Roosevelt have just learned to tnelr dismay that that charming young woman stricken with nervous prostration Is under treat ment in a private sanitarium Lieutenant Disappears Leavenwortn KanJan 5Lieut Edward O Perklns 4th cavaly disap peared from Fort Leavenworth last Tuesday and has neither reported to his commander nor been heard from since He had domestic trouble Smelter Employes Strike Laredo Tet Jan 5Word reach ed this city from Monterey Mex Sun day to the effect that 230 of the em ployes of the large Guggenheim smel ter In that city have gone out on strike because of dissatisfaction with a new system of pay A 150000FIre Loss at Chicago Chicago Jan 5Flre Sunday night in the warehouse of Franklin Mac Veagh Ii Co wholesale grocers at Six teenth street and Newbury avenue caused a loss of f150000 The loss is fully covered by Insurance Elections In France Paris Jta 5Tho senatorial dec tions passed off Sunday without incl uenL Early returns indicate the reelection of Premier Combes from the Charcnte Inferieuro and of Financ Minister Rouvler from the AlpsMarl times thus strengthening the repub lican majority yThe Disturbance Is Spreading Jan 5Thi4 disturbances in the interior of Chinaare spreading 0Flve thousand troops have been sear Itto suppress HdlsorderB ta thQ j ot ChR mi j c f i J I 2 it 7SI 110 j NTHE PUPPIES flflhl1I IiViMUL of Gov ViI i tam II Tafr The Cuz try Since Last July Has Been PonitJ Qy the Constabulary a Foxe of Five or Six Thousand Men V Inpcon Jan GThe annual re port ot ti Philippine commission and separate report by Gov W H Taft made iiuuli nt the war department tumlay gives review of the results of the ycas irk of the commission audcontv commendations for leg islative it lion iy congress deemed essential d velfare of the Islands Aftt tij a history of the es tabllfJjitf if civil government throughouttho various provinces GovI Taft in his report says It has not been definitely determined what shall be no with respect to Mindanao li says hostility to the Amen r lots not extend beyond the Lake non The governor Is of the lhat It may be possible to in h ae sultan of Jolo to part with in j of the rights to claims to the io group and tints obviate many ob jtaclcs now encountered The Morose says do not understand popular government and do not desire it pre ferring control by daUosIPossibly far In the future says hetcontrol by datton may cease For Ile present however it Is necessary only to provide a paternal strong but sympathetic government for these followers of Mohammed Coy Taft tells cf the conditions that have made It necessary for the islands to purchase about 15000000 worth of food on which to live and of the effects war has had upon agriculture almost the only source of wealth InI the islands The greatest blow to ag riculture he says is the destruction of about 90 per cent of the water buff vr which tho cultivation of rice is f ti Vy oendent After 1rat of Asiatic Ui i t It The bane of Phlini rt vi iIn the past was ladronlsm and present conditions are most favora for its growth and maintenance It isFnot certain whether In the depressed stato of agriculture with the tempta tions to ladronlsm that the constab ulary will be able without the assist ance of the military to stamp It out Were there temptations to agricultureP wcro there prosperous the country It would not be a troubleB some matter to deal with want and famine are staring people In the face the life of the freebooter forms to tho desperate antI the weak very great attraction The natural discontent with the government when suffering Is at hand promoted as it Is by cholera restrictions and tho high prices of rice and other commodities which have been greatly increased by the depreciation of silver might wellLhave caused a new breaking out of insurrection and In my judgment It speaks wonders for the case with which this country may be governedC In normal times that we paratively so little disorder since tbcR surrender of tho Insurgent arms April Since itho civil government was completely established In the Philippine provinces throughout the archipelago in July of last year the governor says an American soldier has not been call d on once to fire a gun the cofintrj having been polfced by the constabu lary a force of five or six thousand nesipIt iW VC iri Gov Taft that L ic tuttlo growworscfor they ar1 likely to do so before they grow bterit will be necessary In a province like Cavlte where ladron Ism seems Inbred in the people to pro claim martial law and even to call on the military finally to suppress It butt is still hoped this may be avoided SUCCESSFUL TEST Torpedo Boat Destroyer McDonough Speeded Over a Measured Mile Boston Jan 5After waiting for two days for good weather the torpedo boat destroyer McDonough built by the Fore River Ship and Engine Co of QuIncy Mass was successfully speeded over a measured mile off Wood End Provincetqwn Sunday She exceeded her contract requIre- ment of 28 knots makins one leg at a rate of 2856 The best two runs over the mile averaged 2802 which was the speed which gained her acceptance by the government board Lincoln Memorial Sabbath New York Jan 5Tho American Missionary association is about to Issue an Invitation anti appeal to the congregational churches Sabbath schools and endeavor societies of the country requesting an observance on Sunday February 15 as Lincoln Memorial Sabbath commemorative of Abraham Lincoln Boy and Horses Burned to Death Dallas Tex Jan 5S H Williams a stable boy and 23 horses were burn ed to death Sunday In a fire at the plant of Hughes Bros Extract Co A warehouse was consumed with Its con tents Loss 50000 on machinery and manufactured goods- Movement i of Coal Reading Pa Jan 5By midnight Sunday night the Reading Co expect ed to have transported to market for the preceding 48 hours 3500 cars of anthracite coal This movement of coal began Saturday morning Auditor Squler Found Dead Columbia S c Jan 5W H Sql er auditor of this cbunty was found dead by the side of the Southern rail way tracks near the city Sunday morning with a deep wound In the top of his head Mystery surrounds the cause of his death Will Return Without Formalities Bastrop Tex Jan 5John Selby wanted at Vlncennes Ind on chartlas of forgery declared Sunday that ho Is innocent of the charge and that he is willing to return without any formalities Prof Chas J Bell Dead Somervllle Mass Jan 5Prot Charles J Bell professor of chemis try In the University of Minnesota died from Brlghts disease Sunday at tho residence of his brother Dr Wm A Bell where he was spending the holidays Fire In a Lodging House Denver Col Jan 5Fire in a lodg lag house at 13th and Market streets unday resulted in the deatn of John Ott a tinker and the injury ota dozer others The fire Is thought tq Jjgv- istartot from a gnsoJJne ftove I or tt IiTHE WOEFUL WHEEL jeortce Thonalut lie AVnaVDoInz iliaI Datr lint ItVae Labor Lost A young man in a cricket shirt and straw lat was ivneelinga baby carriage backward and forward along the pavement in front jf a small house in Vestgateon Sea pitilesslylewnman in the neighborhood relates the Manchester Guardian Mjr dear came a voice from the up per window of the house Let me alone cant you he shrieked moppinghicAn hour later the same voice came from the window in earnest pleading tones George dear Well what on earth do you want he shouted Have the water pipes jur t Xo George dear wailed the voice youvebeenHadnt you better let baby have a turn now Colnlf by Sound wastellingLordhitchenerpose he a a very bellicose man Oh no youNFour of All MeXIco Via Iron Mountain Route Under Special Escort Pullman Train with snide vestibule CUP Drawing Room Com partmenta Parlor Library Music Room ind the Largest Car in the World now building and the famous Open Top Car Cbililitli The on1 Observation Car LeisurelyItineraryCircle Tours in the Tropics and the Ruined ditasteruled Exclusiveness and independent move meat assured Tickets Include AH Expenses Everywhere Addre The Ameri CampbellGenl1njtr RouteHVery Ltkely geniusgoNot always There would he a lot more ItecordlleraldMARKET REPORT Cincinnati Jan 3 CATTLE Common 3 50 4 15 Butcher steers 4 85 5 00 CALVESExtra 9 00 hOGSCh packers 6 50 6 55 Mised packers 6 25 6 45 nEP Extra 1 90 4 10 Extra f C5 LU arL b tI 4 10 7HaNoCORNNo2 mixed 4 45 33VztlYENoYChtlmothy jT15 0- 0PORKClear cut 18 00 I1JIJ 0- 6ARDSteam fJ10 1- 5UTTERCh dairy 18 Cholco creamery v 31 APPLES Fancy 2 50 3 50 POTATOES Per bbl 0 1 75 TOBACCO Now 3 25 ft 10 75 Old 7 50 1C 25 Chicago WHEAT No 2 red 74 0 76 WHEATNo 2 red HYJf 751 COHNNo2 mixed 44j 8 45 OATS No 2 mixed fi 32 Mess 018 00 ARD Steam 9 90 10 00 New York FLOUR Win strts 3 45 3 55 No 2 red 7- 9ORNNo 2 mixed 58 No 2 mixed 38Yz Western 69Vz PORK Mess 18 00 6i118 60 LAnD team 10 50 Baltimore WHEATNo 2 rest 77Yo 77= SouthernSample 67yt conNNo2 mixed GlG i DATS No 2 mixed 4t 42- 3ATTLE Butchers 4 25 Ci 3OGS Western 75 0 SO Louisville WKEAT S i red Q 77 CORN No S In5PJ fit DATS No 2 mixed 1ORK Mess I 5Q LARD Steam l 25 Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red e 7- 1CORNNo2 mixed d 4iys OATSNo2 mixed 34 dp 3lyT i i RE YOU SATISFIED l IAte rou entirely satisfied with the goods ron bur and with the I I I CHICAGO h house that tells the truUa J 1 tdiIpr I i i L JI t 1fp r JI ffI Ii 5dy j fi fb- 4 r 5f Of k 4 ii1rEJkBIU M i NEE NT PHYS Jr Jr Itjijl c USE AND ENDORSt i s1 14fiiJ v 1J J lI Us I CB CHAMBERLIN MD i Ii JOFWAStiIt4GTQNDC ru jrJ jcf Many cases have come under my observation where Pcraa Z 1 has benefited and cured Trdore Icheerfully recommend I for catarrh and a general ttnt C B CtfAMBERUN M D V 0 Medical Examiner U S Treasury Dr Llewellyn Jordan Medical Ex aminer of U S Treasury Department t J ljr L a14 IC I graduate of Co lumbia College and who served three years at West Point has the following to say of Peruna Allow me to express my grail tude to you for the benefit de rived from your wonderful rem rely 6ne short months hasWrought forth n a I now consider California the Slate of Dig Things California produces 22 per centof the countrys barley 40 per cent of the coun trys gold 70 per cent of the countrys beet per cent of the countrys raisins and from 00 per cent to 09 per ccntofa great other important commodities California is one of the largest producers of beans in the world and the only produc purposesinUnionCaliforniaand flower seeds to the markets of the borACaliforniailIeI FatherSo young man you want to fill my shoes Hcr uitorllI try sir Her4Father Well if you did your YSunMr GusherI consider her at all times but in that cute bonnet her fare is doubly sweet Miss Wryvell1 cant agree you about the sweetness hut thinglhiladclphia Some men said Uncle Eben takes a heap o crcdit for bela patient WitcD WahinslonSItrGreat and good are the actions done by many whose worth is neve kownUans2- tntercL Glory hasnt any credit at the bank Chicago Journal There is nothing that costs less than civil ity Cervante c parts 4 as per FREE HOMES FOR MILUONS Upwards Americans Western Canada durIn They and rmperoa and tberaliroom still for Wonderful wheat and other grains lands on Continent tagniflcenic1lrnaLe Saskatchewan and to the follow tHE anAtla and literature tell Ingot great resoUTtMOf the at as for certiorate etc rlntrn IgatratinRoom 30 II Hi four Sldc iI111t411 f JtiufYcringwill cure youDr Llewellyn l7J 1lavenerMDofAna s Writes TiiVunaMedIcineCoColumV r umenJn my practice Ihi oc zion to pre yo table znedicineand have f d nefical especially in easel catai r George HavencrMDs If yotfdc cehe irapjl d isfactory i a the use ToTPe Tuna write ar c io Dr JIartman giving a fill ntement of your case and he wJfbe pleased to give you hit valuable advice gratis r Athlress Dr Hastitian President The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Js Ohio Little Schemes He was cutting an item from a TcTrs5paper It tells how a house wai robbed 3 and I want show it to my wifevrhe cx plained f will that do a friend Tquired fc l A whole lot was the reply You see svi this house was robbed a was at church with his wife Say exclaimed the friend excitedly jyou havent got a duplicate ofthatpaper have youChieago Post Bnilnri Chance JIndustrialtion of sites and lorationt for Industries of all kinds alonj italrs VnUityontrein tercsted VV Trill send book a Chances5 saul information wxfips s ed on request James Barker Genl Pass Agent It K T Ry 501 Waiawright jSt a Touched Him Kewed how does a maW VrJto be married to a woman before she rt Jff t at with htm in everything rvu i tit r else my boy Ive been married o year Chicago Daily New Mrs Bondhold Where do yO coal now Mrs Goldrocks at tl ofcourseludianapolis New Crown 5jJly iuri of ht ut he los too Mra ftsownffe joy he o c driy Bo ton TrHftcnpt Mammon is the mother of ml Haint Horn 3wot I cr p 1 IOver Ircts jeUYI I S7 i ACcS pesartIy jcts Be cts trvily asaLaociive i Syrup Figs appeals to the cultured and the wellinformed and to the healthy because its com ponent are simple and wholesome and because 1it without disturbing the natural func tions it is free from every objectionable qualityoisubstance In the process of manufactunng figs are used as are pleasant to the taste but the medicinal virtues of Figs are obtained from an excellent combination of plants to ITIgeti genuinemanufactured by the p w 1iRqisYRPe 0 1S n Frarciaco Ca1 LouisvilU KyiicwYork NY For etxlc by nil drui3t5 Price fifty cents bottle WESTERN CANADAH- AS of hare the put are Contrntct Sloppy Tleldsof sbe bm the uceuenlcbliCbeAlkerta for the country well gir reduced rateS etc Mnt l nVW Ottawa- Canada Law Toledo Woi Ttt1nnOASi IIlGlan QIJiafl r pr frequently Us C of IIU to What good in man iieany otter Bldg Louis Never long Mr ery 1 of acts of and Send UQT1L1505114 ire BZADKB5 OV Tfl15 PeRnrszamo o Buy A1rrnneo ADVxBTISED ITs COLWii5 sUOUtl 1581ST UPON RAYISIG WUAT mar s tea RrV5UtQ sLL 8uBffrrrwroa IMITATIONS K1 191 4l trr r f cflTLOOK I Co1 1i l nil cnrnmunicatinns toy tiTtooK PUBLISHING Co or to V HONAKEK OwingBville x THTUSDAY JAN 8 1003 a j NNOcNCRAlENT vtr r jfFor Circuit Court CIGI k ii 1 We are authorized lo announce Yj TutUd Li Conner us a candidate for ot Buth subCircuit Clerk county ject to the notion of thovlemoornt = ie party Election November 1903 PCORRESPONDENCE 1 Cralgs Mrs Wm Toy is on thc ick list f John und Jttltie Lmvcry Iniva got limo from their work for the Am tlerknn Telephone Co Tlioy will i 1beat home about two months t k Mrs Tlionia McG otilln Mrl j tir n Hen Thompson nud Mrs Robert f Wnrven und Lillie WilliauiR were A the guts of the flltllilyof Law f net Thomas of Poplar Flat AVedneednytm 1 Midland City l A R Com p of Chicago arrived s lore Sunday r t i Stone Templeman nnii n Mr e J Hughes of YVinchfSler Jvero bird hunting hero the pdtt wejck a p l John Dentiin1jr uf Poplar speiitd r J y4Mrs Sara Butler was called to- lfc heilKido of her rather Garrctt t Hawkine who ip very tlcknt Odessap 7t t WstEnJ 5 The 84 feetlerriek is completed r inVn d y tons farm and drill OS lng rtM begin nt once I Ii S L HiV is progrcFsins nicely with his drUKonL Adonis laruu The Rnglund BiTn Jvill be reached JtII I j ihii weelc 4 y The genuine West End corp t J 1illbe able to send in his items by week itS coups und planter fIgullirlyntti o evrry II will ho ablo to go tothe mill COOl 1pq The fever is broken nt this writt ior ing He had a severe attack weighs only 84 Ibs now- Springfield Vi u1 e Lee Spratt is very ill with ty i l phoid fever 4 1 cf l Mrs Chsr1ESprtf is visiting in Mt tcrliiigC Mrs Barnes Sprntt entertained 4 at dinner Monday t f Mrs Taul was the guest of Mrs Mallory Sr Sunday I irl Mrs Thornton McClain A Mrs Sarah Taul Monday tt MlSs Blanch McClain visIteid WipeLida Stnathers MondayLane 4 Barclay has returned from Rt Plorlda where ho had tbcon visit J ghisJ6ter M 3A bmnahr xfcia bjtJ diy vd i n ne rYcil nesiTSy Th 6 re i Viror0 sixteen guests present Miss Lida Stnnthrs and Edwin Smathers were guests df Mrs An 1 Die Gossctt Wednesday night 0 x Ifl JIli Orange Cltv i j Elptcr Collier is threatened with i typhoId fever I Bro JR Jones will preach here next 2d Sunday morning und t night 1 MM Matilda Turner of near SIiereiii very poorlyjntt expected to live 1 LS Bailiff and wife visited Dr AW Jones and wife at v Sunday c M i88LIZZioBrUllley is visiting P i1iiater Mrs Bruce Snedegar nt if Wyoming Miss Era Havent returned Mon day to wlngvillebcro she it t tattondlngllchooJWm lost by death valuable horse supposed tei hue had lung trouble Misses Hattie and Mattie Ken z4I i 1 bitt been visiting their sisc r a r Mr Emma Mitchell at Ewingi i fVNV f1hsNeton Johnson and Mrs 4 f Isaac Eden who have been quiter V eick the pst few days are better r MlW writing f i c FairY ew f z Snowing seine and very muddy Alfred Eden of Mason Co vis- Itedr I relatives in this vicinity reo Jeet1y x Misses Adaand Lydia Powell n near FleHjingshurg are the charm t Ing guests of your scribe Misses Ada and Lydia Powellof 4S near Fleraingsburg visited it Will 1 Elliott Darnells Saturday I F I John Wood rdoC Ohio formerl Iy af this place is visiting hipar- c BteWS Woodard and wife j Il v zjt George Heridrix npd wife of j 2 i Flat Creek and TliTimas Crawford t 4 cdIC0 1 Nicholas Co visited i i LJ ll ldings Saturday night und i tended the sermon in memory of i Mrs Hcddings Sunday J McGuire Colliver ton J P l Coll i ver arid Mis IenniXXlcClain 4 daughter of Ant1erson cUluJII 4t o eloped to West Union Olifo and i4 were raVrrfed on fhur ay of las t l weck Thy rcturncrl to the lat 3 ot tttt brdtherinlnw G McClure8 night 1iiyeveru actfom- psnied by Jaljas Perkins We n joill wkli their many friend In t wishing fliein niuclj future happj iasmlInJuysu Pdfew sorrows a t= i fto rI M h jjju I v L rLt f Jtr I JA f i 1 L rt 1fribJi j t 1 d tJ I e4 2 J t 1l M 1 Ite rJ rFt7 41 1 fh oir 4 h i t513 e Iloy J It snowed nguin Monday C1 indnn old time dance nt Win RobVihs Nitrs eve Init 11In sro WVet Knds items iguln uorTy he had the chillsn RohpitW Toy Iought a four enrnd marc from Frank Allen furro s be Sedegar and wife have been vigitiiij friends west of Iutlt Creek since tridavliCurtis Ivusli wns home from Ash land to spend the holidays with his mother Mrs Laura Knsh Misses Almer 1oyand Lucy UI cry of Forge Hill were guests of Miss Lottie Garner Christmas eve I have been reliably informed that the Church bus secured the services of Elder W A Williams us pastor for the ensuing year Chris Garner wife and little daughter Lottie took hristuias dinner with Mrs Garner ironle Felix Warren and wife of Craiga Knob Lick1t I would like to know what you meant by Salt Lick being a dark town I have heard ncvcrtil different opinions spent onI it Frank Shrout and family Mrs Sam Lathram and two children Win Coylo anti wife and Ira Rob inson and wife wer guests of Cube Snedegar and wife Nov Years eve Licking Valloy o ft still ruinsr Ed Hicks line come homo how the West James Lewis is building a new rmokchoiise Remember tho meeting day the 2d Sunday in the mouthILutie Cassity Ulley Click killed hogs this week Turner McCartye baby stilI keeps very poorly has been for two month8IIRiley Click and wife vfsited Mr and SundayIMrs lln J calling tin her t rhffiils was calling nn Mr and Mrs Pltipps Sunday iiftiify Hicks house caught fire ofe day this week but was extinguished before any damngcwas dune nfiU Dee 3isr Mrs William Weaver of Yocum burial at the Alley graveyard Jan 2d The family have the sympathy of the community in their sad bereave ment Our school closed hero the 19th of December with a nice treat for the pupils Miss Fannie Glover is an excellent teacher and the school that gets her may be proud of her as she works for the benefit of the school Knob Lick It is snowiat this writing They are shipping somo ore from the mines dWm Jackson has bcak running tho roaster J A Andersons family to Forge Hill John Yurbrough moved o tho 1res Shrnut place To say wo have not been Sn the mud would be puttjnguJdip Clyde oillcria staying with his his grandparents Mr and Mrs J M Colliver Capt Pitman will go to Mt Str ling and Lexington as soon as h a sells his hogs A letter from John P Colliver of Lexington business college states he will not go to Virginia hut will stay awhile longer at Lox jngton Married Sunday atjlho lmonin f liar parents Mr and Ire Joh Yarbrnug1 Miss Annie Y a xbrough to Edward Swanigan XHc cere taony was performed by BroCrouch iri his earnest and concise way 11111s Annie was a model girl for ueinc and will be a helpmate in deed Ed is also a good boy for business and it is tho wish of thel ninny friends that the may go down lifes road happy together Odessa 1IQQ Stephens sold to a Mr Gray ast jrtefc a plug horse for 1075 Dallas Gudgell and family tee turn d Saturday from a several plrlnnInGco Bennett who moved last spring to near Reynoldsville OH Good paster k Atcbisons farm moved hack into the house whore he left with his motherinlaw Allkyres Branch last week Wel come to you George and family Chas Coldiron left with his plunder the first of last week for H1Ifan Co for some weeks will with children join her husbandut their new homo this weckOur best wishes go with them While we feel the loss of a family of good neighbors upright and honorable In their dealings we can but say our loss is Ohios gain THE SICK Aunt Frnnkiq Cold iron while unexpected to nilcon tinues to improve slowly Two more new cases of typhoid fever Isaac and Rosa son and daughter of John W Snedegar They lire getting along very wellI1ISS Od die Power is holding her own well Little BetiU Barber is improving slowly J Frank Jones has been quite sick for several days Will McKinnevan about the same very weak t cnn not speak above a whicper L M Butcher who was quite poorly last week1 outagain Gnrrett Hawkins is some better Mrs Red John Jonobns been verysick for the past ton days is j some better noxv J I V ltf J tJ Y 4 i Olympia flu ti3i New Yenr to cilltur nil hllIli Miss A n Ie Tit rntr of Morehcad ppnt the huliiiiivs with relatives ruid I4ieIdT J Jutkt left Sunday fur Montana where ho has a position I with a gold mining company Mr and Mrs D R Bishop re turned Jan 4th front St Iotiin huo they had been spending thew o1idnyuGen Spencer is very poorlyat the preccnt writing not expected to live more than a few days LA TlmlIe died Monday morning Quite a lot of holiday moving here Milton Carpenter moved in to James Pcnixa property Jordan Reynolds moving into time property vacated by him nod George War ner moving into the houso vacated by Reynolds Married Tuesday Dee 30thnt the homo of tho grooms parents Miss Amanda Rogers and W B Swarts The bride is one of our brightest anti most attractive young ladies and Mr Swans is quite u worthy young gentleman We wish them all success and hapI pltiess through life It was strict IyIi family ulTair mid quite a stir to their host of friends Squire John Clark officiated Crooks JUigaMny Barnes is visiting rel atives at Stepstone IMrs Charley Reed is visiting rel atives in Montgomery Co Mrs Tom SiitterOeld is visiting relatives nt Chestnut Grove ingIGurnctt Armita eof Louisa via ited here Saturday and Sunday Glenn Williamson of Dalton City III is visilingrefatives here Harry Fkchohd wife of Olym pill visttil relatives here Sunday Mrs Mollie Thomas Brfddaujjh ter are visiting relatis lit Ewing Miss Vcrtner McKernon of StepIi steno visited relatives hero lust week u MrftEdMcPhcrson of Illinois Is visiting Uerpucnt Aaron Gar rett and wife Frank Johnson i improviiigvaf ter a peverul yfccks siclniesa wit typhoid feo J T Hovernjalc and Chas Teal have rented tIe blacksmith shop here for this year Mrs Jano Jackson of Roe f Run ia visiting her eon and attic r relatives here this week t Grover Pergrnm and flistcrs Miss es Florence and Rosa ohAlt d Lick visited the family of Jr41oveim- ale r last week farmerS Another good rafting tide i Licking river Willie I1 german an Carl Alley 1Vent to Morchctid Sunday to attend school N Capt II Bridwell owner of Ui bigstave elevator here spent la week in JouftI II Am Clarencd Teal and Will Carpen ter left Saturday night for Clay 5W Va where they have aposltfbn in a large saw mill Miss Alice MontaRnie of North Middlotown has been spending the holidays with her sister Mrs C G Clayton on east Main street Hugh Teal of Ashland came down Saturday to see his sister Mrs Drl A E Evans who hag boon very ill for some ttmo Mrs Lena Myers und little daughter Mabel after spendingsev eral days with relatives near Cov ington returnod home Sunday The Odd Fellows of this place acceptedan invitation to attend a big demonstration and dinner by the lodge at Morahend last Satur day 1Tbe Rowan County Freestone Co have aorco of carpenters at work on their new stone mill and are pushings things rapidly for its completion Charles H Kennedy huts b ei quite poorly for some time with rheumatism but it is our most sin cere wish that he may soon brestored to perfect health aguin Jessie Snitch of Kansas spent part of Jast week with his cousin S N Sorrell and family here From tho pleasant conversation we had with bini during his sojourn hero ho has appearance of be ling like his cousin Sru1nueho agent1enrzui Married t the residence of Elder H F Hartin here Thursday evening Mr Asa Halt of thid place to Miss FAnnie Mynhlr of Bath county Elder H F Martin officiat ring The young couple will reside with the grooms parents Mr and Mrs ML Hall on Main street May their future days bo happy and many is the wish of their many friends and especially the writer Dan Otis aged 62 married was fun over arid killed hy freight train Jor72 hero on Urn night of Dec 19th his body being mangled al BOBt beyond recognition Ho had been at Mt e that day and was last seenJu1ater ho got off the 1027 trbin here by several parties who got off the same train While in Mt Sterling on ho secured a 2000 IIftlnsuranccI opolicypocket Deceased leaves n wifeh and six children to mourn his Irible death The bereav family lave the sympathy rcico whole community His remains were laid to rest in the Polksvillo burying grounds with all the honors of Free Masonry t npitrFf Y iS f lL t f k r p lA t t1 Sharpsbuig Wrifo It 1903 fJA 6 Spratt was in Mt Tliurfeday in business X J ii Miserable weather j itf inL say a word r jic fall f fJ Rohort RllthlrAof Mt Sterling rday Waller ShaVp and A B Barnes dore1nlayJohn Hawkins emil S T Howard wcro in Mt SterUng oh business Monday Miss Rnda Tipiett visited Miss Oaks Ferguson near Judy Sunday and Monday 110 Uttcrback was ejected Mime ter hf the olasonic Loilje at Little Rock Dec 27th Leo Spratt is confined to his room at liii brother John Sprntts with typhoid fever Rev W W homer anti J Clyde Nflson attended tha M it sonic Lodge at Little Rock Salt ruiy Mrs T F Triplett anti little daughters Anna Maty and Muttie Clayof near Mt Starling visited relatives near town from Wednes lily until Sunday Lewis McClure returned lust week from the Philippines where he had served two years and a half in the army lie was in Cuba four months before going to Manila He was sbvcral months In the hospital sick Lewis Snys he has enough of army life Slepstono Our lady clerk Miss Green wade is rooming witlm the family of Myn hicr Carpenter S P Steele and wife spent Fri day as the guests of J M Camp 1bell and family J T Barnes wife njid ci51dren were tlie uestsof Sirs Bs sister AlrsrHrF Myers Jr Sunday Owen Myers and wife of Flat Creek were here visiting her broth er J M Mycra nnd family Sunday II B Sexton and familyof Ow ihgnvillo spent the holidays here as the guests of Sjra Ss father Joe Ray und family Miss Eva Karrick of Salt Well spejit Suudaywith her grandpa chls John Karrick and wife and lundnymoraingonh Mrs Sallie Iseliehl and daughter and dnughterinIaw Mrs Earl Edwards of Mt Sterling spent the holidays hero with Andy Master son end family and other kinfolks The following left here Satur day night for Clay W Va where they will work in a paw mill B W Cnssity liiuii nnd Doe Good ppstcr Joo G Tibomr3oii and S T Donohcw S J lioyiSs baby is down with pneumohiu Mrs Claude Wilson is also down with it Mrs IJB Wil IiHIO isVable to bu tip nod about ii the house but still not doing very touch good Christmas day we had ah elopement to Ironton M r Richard Pier IetiH nnMisa Pearl McCarty both itf nijar Owingsville We htipi hat hey enjoyed the trip and nrri =tnlt IunJ bo long pleasant and prosporous Mooreflold Addid Crockett had a dinner Wednefdoy Charlie Rigg lost a cowhand calf cause not known Ada June and Powell Berry en tertaincd Wednesday All the correllpnndentElirc wish 1yeear John and Ditzler Durhnta had a Buff party Friday night Sant Blunt entertained soon of his friends at dinner Monday Bert Durham and Anlford Berry 1legny morn ing for Chicago where he will en gage in business Oscar Evens und wife visited friends near here Xmas pay and the day following Mrs Addie Rails visited her sis tItel Mrs Jake Hopkins ntdlt Ster ling Xrnasjpee I J The W M Societyifiod an oyeter supper at MrsXateWilsons took in only about 14 Rev Dick Caldwell has resigned his pastorate hero and will acqept a charge in Virginia Mrs Evans and Mrs Prewitt lust week visited heir sister Mrs Jas Berry who has been ill some weeks The Moorefleld Auxiliary pre son ted Mrs Jas Berry their Presi dent with a beautiful C W B M pjflaIJcssie Wright gave a dinner par ty in honor of her guests tho Misses Hurst of Millorsburg Saturday night The children of the DnionChurch wer given a Santa Claus treat of cahdy apples oranges etc Sun day morning IDr Kask and son Clarenco at tended the burial of the former stepnicco Miss Muckey at Mt Star ling Monday The ladies of the Union Church here presented Mrs Balm Kirkland with a silver baking dish for her services as organist The Sharpsburg Bank sen out beautiful souvenir tills payable n the Bank Sf Prosperity for three and sixtyfive days of- mippiness Bro Simpson of Lexington has been employed by the Gbristinn I Church to preach this year Time ladle gave him a reception SntnfTj day at 2 oclock p m also a treaM o tIme Sundays l1oolf w c y r i 1 Jo I t SHerbqrne 4 jry McFarliiiid is very low- eart trouble 3J U Coitiver hus been wry r eveml days s Barnes son visited his nWallacc Hawkins I 51r Ilardinnn sold his stock ol gopds und will move to Winchester Eobn hnlildayMr and Mrs Thos Dauglioriy entortuined quitIt number of friend Sunday There is a Masonic lodge organ zed hero now Tho olllcers installed few days ago Robert Barnes is lookiug pale this evening but I timing he will look better in the morning Frank Shanks of this place while playing with flreworks un fortunately lost part of his hand IFI111tfriends and relatives in Fleming county Miss Addie Reed spent tho holj days with her aunt Mr D S Stevenson and Mrs Colliver of Carlisle D D Evans has bought out 11 W Evans stock of goods at Sher burnc anti took possession Jun 1 Wo wish him all success Tho young folks have been pleas antly entertained during the holi days by time citizens May they scr many more merry Christmases Henry Smoot returned Jan 2d from time Philippines where ke had been for three years He is look ing well He stopped in Cincin nati to spend the holidays Licking IJniori Born Dec 3 1st to George Abbott anti wife a girl Oscar Witlison went to Carliel- last Wednesday on business John Cuspitys wife died lam week at her home on Scotts Creel Dr Prickett of Yale clime to pee Mrs Cornell last Thursday and Friday She tins fever Oscnr Willison drilled in well No2 on the Licking Union Church ground last Tuesday for the Flat Rock Oil Co and reports a good well i Mr Weaver who recently live here now living in Morgan Co passed down last Thursday with the bodyof his wife who died at his home last Wednesday The correspondents speak ofn dull Xmas and a quiet Xmas Wo had XJjoyablc Christmas services sitermjllimdntChrist Tan SicizMrs Venin Jones is improving Frank Jnckson is poor ly Mrs Annie Cornell continues Mrs Dnil Jointson 1thC sidfcjist Mrs Kate Johnson ill improving CIt Joties has fe ye r r T4 r t trhlne j 4J f 11 J auntnu Oil Co is pl4itr1Im to IIIIIP till iImc hnvjt4jprAl carloads of piping thcr ttpparnltis large hfiiJcr and it Inrge engine They are preparing to run a twolnch pipe line from time Joo Cogswt II gas well through George W Wil liams 25 acres and through J W Hams farm toScattsCreek to thel wells Salt Lick W A Whitcomb was in Win chester Tuesday moveIedSunday to attend school at More hojd IE A Basbford of Peebles O t his parents a few days last week Mr and Mrs B L Sewell spent Wednesday of lost week in Mt ISter lJg Mrs C H Kennedy of Farmers visited her sister Mrs Dr iLowis Sundey f IW JPoH8 residence is about He will JDov into I boutJanWh Mrs Dr Lewis is quite sick with rheuusatistn and has been confined to her room for several days Miss Annie L Ratliff of Mt Steeling is visiting her brothers N R and Jeff Bailiff this week Mrs W O Pierce of Louisa who had been visiting J M Pierce and family returned homo Sunday Mrs Ann Gorrell of OwngvileS was in town rented W A WhUcombs prop rty hero and win conduct a boardlqg use f The Salt Lick and Yale Telephone Go hoa voted to increase its capital stoclWrom 1000 to 5000 improvements on their old line JJIj be made and nt lines builtIJ C McNeal former bpprato a t Midland has been assignc at the Salt Lick office Asftstant Agent Karrick is now on duty un til after the arrival of train No 24 The stockholders four Bank are very much gratifiedat tbo ex cellent showing wade In its state metit whicli appears in this issue of TOE OUTLOOK Although but a littfe more than a year old 8 ill dividends hints been paid and over 400 earned to surplus and undi vided profits Tho deposits amount a nearly 5000 and loans 32000 t J w j i J u JATCO9 A Beginning Jan i 1903 I will sell my entire stock of goods at cost for strictly cash as I wish to make a change in my business p 3Hereare some of my pricescBEST CALICO 4sC BEST PERCALES I Oc Former Price 12 riASONVILLE LOUNSDALE MUSLIN 7C FRUIT OF THE LOOM 7cA nice line of embroideries very cheap All winter underwear and everything in such as ginghams check shirtings ings dress goods and other things stockI merous to mention Come and get Tes last tly Cash MSa cESTILL t AH persons knowing themselves indebted to me must come in and settle as the years business must be closed up I A reCIJJt 0 ZW l 14l r if u = Library Uoting Ticket This coupon entitles tho holder to TEN VOTES that can be cast for any institution competing for the beautiful Librarywhen properly filled out signed and delivered or mailed to this olllcc Name of Institution Name of Voter THE OUTLOOK Owingsville Ky tsi r lL4Ur= dStoopsTobaccobuyers have begun to hustle ubout Sid Hart shipped carload of hogs to Cincinnati lust week Earl Mnrklnnd has moved olF of N Uyrds farm to Flat Creek Vlieit is looking fine in this neighborhood considering tho time of yoar C II Gi 8Bott and wife were tho guests of relatives at liothol one IIItiny last week C II Gospctt sold 5 head of nice heifers tit Al Evans of ncarSharpa burg at 3jc per lb L Jorge Warner of Grasfc d Iftof1011 Overton M Jinress a ited thelatters fnthorj J at Crooks several tlays iasT LieutroII Fassett is in from the Philippines visiting his brother Lawrence and relatives in Bail Co Stoops has a free blacksmith shop nut the funny part of it is that every man hints to do his own shoeing Tibbs Goodpasttr and family Irwho had boon visiting Mrs Ella Hamilton and family left for Tex as Monday- W H Bryant line bought out liii tenants half interest in their crop of tobacco on an average of a little over 7c per lb Dr J M Will deck returned Sat urday after a protracted visit to bis soninlaw J H Taulbee at Frankfort He tells of an interesting interview with Gov J C W Beckham Walter Brock and wife of near Winchester Thomas Fogg and daughter Miss Lottie of Mt Stor ling nnd Miss Mary Gillaspie of Grassy Lick were visitors nt J H Gillnspies last we- ekCommissioners Sale BATH CIRCUIT COURT Eliza Harris Plaintiff vs Notice ol Sale In Equity LoUlo Leo Harris ot ala Defendants By vlrtuo of a judgment anti order of sale of tho Bath Circuit Court rendered nt the October term thereof 1002 in the above styled cause the undersigned will on JIONDAYJANDAUY 121003 at one oclock p ro or thereabout the same Delug County Court day proceed to otter for sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months at the Courthouse door in the town of Ow Ingsvillo Kentucky the following de- scrIbed property One dwelling houso and ot situated on the cast side of elate Ave mo In the town of Owlogsvillo Bath coun ty Kentucky and boundd as follows Beginning at a stake a corner to lot formerly owned by JA Itamsey In the lino of said street therico N with said street 67 feet to stake In said street and corner to lot of IV- v Pierce now A N Dontons thence S with the lino of said A N Dentons lotto ho corner thereof in the line of Bascom with DoscomSIIIQSOOfeet and one half to a stake corner to the lot of A T Byron tbunco W with said Byrons lot to the beginning containing about two thirds of au ncro of land Enough thereof will bo sold Jo satisfy the plaintiffs debt Interest and costs amounting to the sumot J 17608 the amount ordered to be made The purchaser will be required to execute u bond with approved securityfor the pay ment of the purchase moLe to have the force and effcctofa judgment bearing legal interest from thuday ot sale until retaining n lien on laid property for the- payment of same a C EW ISO Master Commission er JJ Kesbltt Atty See our samples and get our prices and we will do your job york j V Y jiw j I i 8 rrt Z orn C I 1 a Quarterly Report OP THE Salt Lick Deposit Bank mink Lick Ky at thn close ol business Pec lixe- RESOURCES Loans and discounts 30222 18 Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured 1011 Due from Vntlonil Bunks 91ST 04 DuefromHtiiteltksainini si w DUB from trust compnnitn 1UI2 V8SW12 02 Banking house and lot 115170 Other real estate MortcnRCS f 13T3 6- 5US bonds otberstocUs ami bonds 42171 lipclu lXW W Currency s 1 W3Ort 5IUchango for CIarn Other Items cnriiivl as cash liirnlturu nnd Fixture 18300 l und II tiny tax- CurreutexpousesiatqWCteri JIOo o ii 4 a j 1dlv1rJ I f Jjrf t 1 Ey L P i 1jjfl 011501 i cv tt ilnposlts oix tthioli Interest Is paid tjnvliiKs ilopanlta on which Interest Is pnul Oertifledchechsluo flanks hue Rtto Banks and Bankers Due Trust Uampunles Cashiers checks outstanding Bills rodlscouuteil Unpuld dividends Taxes due und unpaid Cnpltal stock not pnl- daUPlLEfENrAUY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder perxon com or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof di rectly or indirectly if such In debtedness exceeds a per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amouutof surplus In the bunk- S 000 00 How Is Indebtedness In above Item tsEcuredT lieu Section 683 Kentucky titntutesl3 Highest amount of Indebtedness of anydlrectororotQeerKaniount of such Indebtedness exceeds 1- 0pr cent of paidup capital stock of bank 00000 See tScctfonS Kentucky Statutes I How Is same secured 5 Does amount ot Indebtedness of any person company or firm In the liability of tho company or firm the liability of Ibo Individual members thereof porcentorpnldnpcapfOil No If so state amount of such indcbt ness a Amount of last dividend 4000 00 7 Vero nil expenses losses inter est and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the pe riod covered by the dividend curried to the surplus fund before said dividend was decluredTVes 00 Seo Section Kentucky Statutes iG ssCountyAllen II Points Cashier of the Salt Lick j Deposit Bank4a DUnk located and doing business street In the town of Salt Lick in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report Is In all respects truo statement of the condition of said Bank at the close of business on the 31t day of December IMS to the best of his knowledge and belief and furthersays that the business of said Buhk has been trans ncted at tho location named mind not else where and that tho above report is modi In compliance with an official notice re colcd from the SerOtnty of state deslgI nutlnc tho 31f t day of Dec 1903 as on which such report thall be made Subscribed and sworn to before ma by At len IL Points the 3d day ot January 1003 VA AVI1ITCOMB Notary Public Commission expires March 23 ALLEN II POINTS Cashier WAWHITUOMB JOHN Jl JONES Directors II II LEWIS OLD IIicKortr A fine old Ken tucky whiskey justly famous for its purity and delightful tlavor Take a little for thy stomachs sake and for thine other infirmities For sale by soP ATCHIBON Owings ville Ky TREESBY Fruit nnd ornamental grapevines mtll fruits asparagus shrubs andieverything for orchard lawn garden We employ no agents butt1 sell direct Catalogue on applica tion Both phones tIp HHIenmeyer Son LEXINGTON KY 1L1 iL J5di r i J MAGNIFICENT LII3HAKY ft CONTEST THAT PROMISES- TO PROVE UNUSUALLY- INTERESTING J J DETAILS IN FULL A number of Owingsvlllos enter rising merchants have arranged wuui will provo the most hrmterc5tlng between 4Owlngsvlllo City Schools Masons Y Salt Lick Odd Fellows Acker Lodge A O U Robertson Lodge A 4 Bath Co Teachers if f Knights of Pjrthias Knights of the Mncit Colored U B F and U Or tiny club church or organization 4of the town or county t The prize will be a magnificent brary consisting of The Dr Dwight ExPresident of- Yale University edition of 4 sets of time Worlds Great Classics contain ing set of Classic Histories set ofIClassic Science and Philosophy set of Classic Essays and Orations sot of Classic Drama English and Ori ental Literature Each anti every ono of these nook mecbanictwif1 prove and they will be on exhi at J T Kimbrougha drug store where tho nblii IB Invited to fcall nnd Inspect same The conditions of the contests are as follows Any lodgocburchschool club hospital college or organization public or private Is ell ible tn the contest Votes forJrJ r i in imotbecourted 1 tr i f cent cash purchaso nt r given by the merchaf Kf ij whoso liberality this grati + L is furnished on which willVu wrIt ir ten the amount of the purchase and the number of votes The purchaser will write on the ticket the name of J too institution or organization for 11v which ho or silo desires to vote slga their name and deposit the ticket I i 4 the ballot box In the store where the purchase is made trTime standing of the contestants = will be published exclusively In each issue of THE OwisosviLLE OUTLOOK 51 j until March 27 1003 when tho refmaining votes will bo counted and i time magnificent library awarded to the organization having the largest number of votes TIlT OUTLOOK will i publish in each Issue a coupon that will entitle the holder to ten votes tr Unit will bo credited to the iiistitu tiftion that is written on ppaeTTprovideil f for same when delivered to the office rJtof this paper Voting ticketBcnn be eecurod onlYj fifrom the following stores iMrs D S Estill Dry Goods and Millinery f James Gillon Gents Furnishing Goods Clothing hoots and Hhoos 4Z pruil fardwaro tr r fA rPt t lt e AflJ j tJIM1tfof not i t t JltF l1 iAtzr Iti t t7tr t n8 Dlnlkt II J JrrlajOJVOrkH IIII Brother KwIn Groceries Buscoui Sturgell Jeweler and Op tlcian f IEugene MinihanSaddles and Har r1Mtaking I fJ IrfHess Funeral Dlrocior ATi Embahner J Dawson k Conner LlvorTr orLand Feed Stable t IMPORTANT t SSl1l Remember that the Library tickets will bo Issued on old as wea as new accounts when theaccaunt n paid 4t I VOTB IN LIBRARY CONTEST limoso conducting time Librnry c test will please count up and rep each Monday afternoon at THE 1 LOOK office time result of the ba t jand also brinir the ballots tiedupL rs a paper with the firms name written on time paekagn mornIgJan a 1 taker Lodge A O U W33474Knights of Maccabee513942 I Bobertson Lodge A O Yi lfc 57 Masons Baptist Missy ChurchOWhlto Oak Church J3CitySchool f Lli Presbyterian CimurchzM E Church TJfr28CTflQ Knights of Pythias 2 ijChurch 28 Slate Valley Church Bath Co Teacliers LibraryItUnited Daughters Confederacy 179 Salt Lick Odd Fellows187OwingsvilleChristianChurchi99 Mrs Conners School 4 Salt LJckMnsonic IodgeY 82 Mt Pleasant ChurchaC3K70 iDavis Schoolhouse21Ladles Aid Society Id li Ctmur7S Sharpsburjj School 27 tAi District School No 48B iHarpers Schoolhouse 8 U B S 232 3 U B F1iiA M E Church 118 KING METZGER Manufacturing Opticians and Jewelers We carry a full line of the 1ateI styles in- Jewelry Watches Diamonds and Novelties Wo give a special cash discount to iIoutoftown patrons Give us a call A when visltlnj Lexington awl be cuvinced Eyes tested fres jf r KING METZGER 7 1 43 E Main LEXINGTON ELY J taJ4r Fon SALCsood ng and 68 acresof west of Owingsville res in cultivation riefrea in elnvcr balance in grass Gfood well in yard Possession gijfpn March 1 STIELI