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t member MivRfSWCand cutter 1iLIIoCw11tbe with r tHer Brother Feb 2d and 3d y 034 sp T S Barnes ol neav How rde hat purchased Samuel 01Mill1 106acre farm on Flat 1 rjrteY for 13600 J Twenty hogsheads of Bath counI ty tobacco were sold on the Louis t vilU breaks Wednedny ot last 3wek at 1775 to 8720 iheNew Britain on Co struck oil Int well drilled 350 feet deep I onLswls Adams farm on upper- 1 Salt Lick Creek last Friday FOR REHT Boardinghouse on Main 8tM d rellinghnn e on High St 4 rooms ever Elliott store 1MissJENNIE ELLIOTT 4 W Lane an J son of near eoldto the Carlisle Contig tJIIII Dudley aunt 35000 at 9 lOfc and 12a Laok atL E Hays4Cos line f r 4f ganplrt for a pringuitor pair 1 of putt Their Gutter will be i rwHh Brother Brother Feb 2d arid I 5Tt 31rThomas Flnrnfe of wear Roy nnldiTille yfld his jobacco to f Vnl I j f r qt C w a 4 r J fr 0 f J Jij 4 It h it j J F r r J f t fI 4 or f + o4 0 V y1 J1 m IJrt t t it jttrJ t4 r Oi o 4 tIiI n iJa b f I Jcr o tw 4 a tl 4 s X I lPvs H rJ I p j t J 4 q J rJ t JJo Lf f 4 a r 41 J t J j Ii 1 ijJ b4Sjy e t46t I uIt 74fl f t 4U rt SAle r At tr- ttJ ir f1it 3 I 1 tf tj t it isf 7 Iii i t i6 r2 fJIo cb ItJJ toYd1kS- i Jo ltr i J 1 r- oj J r 1i 1t4 1Jtr Ii4 f JrP O t t r J t t r 7 t4 L t it114 I f ft J i Slpc i t ft v wPSw J b4 l ti t t t iit rSt 1- 0th 1Jrt f Itt r J 1 41S10 J ii t rk s4 rJr JfSsJri1i 1Lt nJ prr roi l ja lII1 t tti t li1 1t7 r5t4 S411SJ tYr j o1 i f1 I f t itt1ttt li r of Jit t tl raifo t L 1 1rl hAj 4 A J oJJhI + t tit s I uZfn1ftf1ff 1t t Stdf t tot i tt fZ 1f rtt l rYSIll Q Stf 11r rt t Zftttf tC r rtif tJ l- r f t Afljt I l tfr o j JJ yti f 1 o tu 4 zt t ttn fJj f rJlJ ictII l f j r f Trt r1ei ii v ty 1 j of 11tIjwn e r 1r Jcl i t J L i I tir Itro r1 HJI ri iJ 1 r AiILe t S1 s r1 t rPERSONAL Eugeno Sheehan was in Carlisle Friday and Saturday Mrs Minot Davis returned Tuesday from a visit to Reuben Uudgell was in Mt Sterling Monday and Tuasday John W Corbin was on tho Louis yule tobacco breaks last week Dee Conner made a trip toAshland and back the middle of last week Walter Harper of Mt Sterling came over Friday night on a visit E C Mrers returned Monday from a business trip to Nicholas Uo Mrs Alice Perry and son B Frank Perry were in Mt Sterling Monday Mason Green and A A Lnohr man of Funnorsvero in townMon day Mrs Thomas Florenco of Rey lllllBVlJlt7 Is improving from au attack of sickness Miss Bessie Botts of Peeled Oak was the guest of Miss Clara Bascom a few days last week R L Zimmerman returned Saturday night from a weeks business trip to Nicholas county Miss Stella Waldo of Nlcholas sub came Friday nftoruooll to visit Dr and Mrs C M Kennedy- Mr and Mrs James M Ross visited the latters mother Mia Mary 11 Samuels in Mt Sterling Sunday judge C W Goodpastor went to Mt Sterling Wednesday afternoon and to Frankfort Thursday on business S M Parccllaccotnpanfed by Rev W Bristow Gray mado a trip to Bourbon county the fore part of last week jSaturdayProto tind Mrs E C Fox in Win Chester Mrs N R Baldwin Misses Stella and Ida Waldo after a visit to Dr and Mrs C M Kennedy returned homo Wadnesdy Clay ByronVi turned homo from Falmouth Lond having disposed of his interest Ifi a hardware firmdthere to John H Glnety iturlledington where Mr F underwent a ft successful surgical operation iighterMiss f hJRov Ed L Santford rotor ledWcd tIsltJohn B SantforJ at Catlettsburg Jacob Triimbo of Mt Sterling Miss Sarah Lockhart of Covingtoutnvl U Sltumbo of OTu2iyJails RU Icy and w I nrdr lll Its reports into io1jeMrs M A Ieneeq Cy1e street tim tIiat trItmmn tI 4IlsSlffT t 1 = 1 Jz nVJ crl t f 4 1 it i St v Iot t 45 5 tor y 4 1 j lflJlt5Yi 1 kft J zf 4Slbb II f k IC l 1 IJ 1 Jofl iif t J3t i11 i 4Ia5 Tj rf1 A tI1 1 v f ifiitJ f 4f eSt Ii f i iJ 1tti1f I 4lo s t 1 fjI t r tJ f i JC J J t 1 2 I 1 t tfw A il3i J 4J t14 pr4q i1l r t 1t I4 t iie Ii tJO l r t 4L u 41 r io T Ioo fI cIit 1 IJ t jj t 1 SVSSt Itt j itfa JT T f aS4 5S lS rfr it 1+ k f r t J J1J t Pf A + t f 7 ia J f j4f f I it 4j4h t rJ N I J Jlf 14 g41 L j7iVf t r of 11 f t Io J t S5S f CIII V Iva it 1 f If if kJt1olitojI f rft U ik i f 4 r rriitr H 5Slt tl J j ic1r to 5t iiI t r 1 tfY1fir t i sJ 1 1jtj I Ji 1 f s J 1 e 4S j DIED OP U AnT DISEASE Wm Ltcyof color aged about 55 years died about 11 oclock a m Sunday of heart disease after a short ill ness and was buried Monday Do ceased leaves a wife and two child ton also some children by a former marriage He was a well known colored man for some years past was in time employ of tho Owinga Tille Marble Granite Co Dilir Lido Warren wife of Ed Warren and daughter of Fount Jones deceased died at her home in the Salt Lick neighbor hood at 2 oclock n m Thursday and was buried in the OwingsvilleI Cemetery Friday consed was aged about 32 years She had long been aillicted with consumption of the lungs She leaves five tons and one daughter the daughter being the oldest and aged about 16 years and the otherI childrens ages ranging down a few months The husband and children have tho sympathy of many friondsIDJaTnSimpenseven oclock Friday morning at his home at Grange City StomachI trouble was the fatal had been afflicted with bad health fur a few yecrs and some time last year gave up his business at FlotuI ingfburg and removed back former home lIe was a con of James Newman who died a fewI years ago Miner Newman of Grange City is a brother S RIwas aged about sixty ears For many years he was engaged t in tho drug business atIGrange City and went a few yearsI ago to Flemingsburg to same calling He was successful businessman There survive him JmTaboreceased and their only child Mywife of Dr Willie Phillips of Flemingsburg Simps Newman was widely known moan firm in con hlghmindedin onlyision JovialIwlur with H vast sayinghond will he greatly missed byawide circle of friends andaequ tancos His heraav he warmest aympt urzOOK in their bw ble husbandauY p idslS- 4T P 0iJ 1S iil oi z J ti SfS n 1 v Yc f j7i f S r JI t CioCc It rc = f i r c 11 Tto j jrt t s tv f 1z0 4SN 1P 1 irr ot4u to f f Lr 5S ii fsir4 I bS ir t q if4St f y C tj l t J t rI cIfr 1 k q 1Iof r A t i i1i Y 5sf- r J I t i S464P4fi1iC5j it RrJ A i 4 t7r l 55S f ti 7 t tI i I 1If SS S5St o 5s+ SS lf j gJ 2f SS51b ifs f ti it f s l t 2 t J r1Jtf 0 I a A REBDKE Nonesuch Ky Dee Ohm HJ02THE OWINGBVILLK Ot- iiIrooiI was informed today by a Bath county man that the Chris tian congregation at old White Oak had resorted to box suppers festi vale entertainments and so forth for the support of the church that grand old congregation which in my boyhood days laid up each week as they were prospered and on time first dny of the week brought their offering and gave it with a willing heart in days WhlD J C Maxcy and Reuben McCormick preached the gospel in its purity to that congregation and in days when Tolliver Snelling Charley Wlialey William Honaker nnd others us oflkers of the church con secrated the house of upper White Oak as n house of prayer and to time worship of the living God I loved that grand old church in my boyhood days and from youth to old ago sweet memories of her have ever been present in my mind It was there that I first enlisted in the great army of Christ to fight 1faithfulhave been Therefore I Seel that it lehooves mo to make a strong fight in my old age that r may redeem the time lost in my younger days In those glorious days that are bog gone by the church at upper White Oat was happy in Gods love because eho worshiped Him inspirit and in truth and when I icard that she had gone off after the customs of the world the news came like a thunderbolt or a paralytic stroke it almost benumbed every pulsatun within me J and fancied that I heard the scpulcbra voice of tuofce grand old preachers and grand old officers of ny boyhood dayb coming from tjfeir long silent tombs and crying 0 beautiful virgin in Karments of white Why another rob ssumo In which thou woust be a very sad sight To go to meet thy 5o1n7 O beautiful virgin v m thy name And put ou thy gatr pta of white And no more let thqJnch of shame Fall on it like a And when I bcj i to recover terrible S fc which that appalling news gaV oe I began to eamtnhi ind whwre I t was walk Iconclude ray and 0 191 4yr1it j 1 Yth rlCo E e Jtr J 4 PSc jV N5 5S SS4 t o 5S SS 4S+ 4 FS4 a a S j3S i Y ft s rif 1Ji it 4 THE RACKET SS STORE This year we are goingv o sell U better bar pastWeLowest price If you are looking for low Prices dont forget we are headquarters ONE PRICE TO ALLWe have a few LADIES JACKETS FOR SALE AT COST Bleached Cotton 7 6 48cmi Ladies Flannel Underskirts 40c Ladies lIeu Underskirts 25c ydShirtingCrash 8 5C yd Mens Suspenders 20 15 108 7c Mens Ties 2520 15 lOc prBlacking Razors Bop Corduroy Lather Brushes Grindstone Knives Dashboard Lanterns Lamp Boys CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W HEFLIN icCuspidors Old Stand AT COST I have concluded to add a complete line Dry Goods and Notions my large stock of Clothing Shoes and Mens Furnishing Goods in order make room for spring purchases avoid carrying over winter goods I will continue selling all goods stock at cost until stock is sufficiently reduced Dontforget- this and go elsewhere and pay the usual profitIwhen you can save at least 25 by going toIGILLONS OWINGSVILLE KY conversation and cheerful words will be missed by his many friends bad his friends wrooll that knew him Deceased was a son of and Mary Ann Newman decdand was born Apr 30 1816 making him 53 years S months and 16 days old when death approached him lIe was married to Miss Vie toria Tabor Qct30ib 1867 Ta them were borc breacliirdren two tto dl6 nds nn r M SSi Mcj F S4S 55SfSS5 4f SSSS S 1i4ftV l i 4 1 l rJ S i Jf lfJti a t I SSi 5S + i r r 1 S Wl S fjt t t r t tfW itS fff F 4 I 1S i 98 SOc Caps 20c 10 tic Kitchen 25c and Forks 70 40c set l4c 12 Wicks 5c Boots l pr T S Shrouts of to to and to in Jail is ooaflned to the lungs some their back sid arms are affected whilelI thoirIhoadeIJ MColliTer Thomas Purvis Joba Clark and others J Tho two old political partie Congress aroagajatrTngti RtJ opJby kiHintor f pr t lnrhiiroccaauro analf IS5ni toxbrJlctons count for any thepolitical thejr5agine neubhane want to trut8 hy gidng Dor rtot I brcaIS J tJ I it S1 J irt h 2 it 4 SSc lS4 55sSt 5sm 5c if r f Jf f I f 1 JJj 5 514S55 nI SADDLES ft HARNESS ortnl1chlnemadaSadmade right bere at home and made out of the besf oakianhed leather and by men that only make hrstclass orkSOur KENTUCKY SPRINGS SADDLE rSIs the easiest and easiestriding and most durable saddle made V t If you try ono sot of our handmade buy harness you Ifalways use them I have the best lino of Btuldlery goods lu this of the State I am YoUrs for best saddles and naruesr EUh MIKIHAN OWINGSVILLE R J SAM P ATCHISMI KfINEBUY GREEN SEAL SHOE FOR HEN WOHEN and CHILDREN MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY USA J WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED SOL4hibestwearing leather in the world t t For sale by Oscar Chandler Owingsv1iW Kentuck r I li New Store New Goods COME AD SEE Cailcos 3i 4 and c Percales of all kinds Table Oil Cloth icOinghams 5 7C Thble Linen 30 3Sc Toweig Linen 5C DreScsirfs2S356o 4 Bleached Cottonj 8cp1 SSj e t IJ4S SV iSbS SS5 f f1 ae r 55S p5 4SI ff 4 1frtt1 J p sa jZ fz f rr j gt Wts 0 e 4I trII t 1 JI ft 7 1tP I rc ItlfJi t f 1 r dki joi rC i tr1 H iF w rJt ifI sr It r f1 r c i tliif I i ffrj l S tV Jt i iiI 4 fit lJJ a 1 t4or r J il 1v 8ZiIj rJrJfi 5S1 t SS 4s5 5S4tS kif 6 i i fj1 1 Y it cT- 15k b t ttIa i t5Ss S 54 SS 5S SS k S CS i r a 5 1j- S tSStr1t IJ 1 7 t k ii t I j t Ijrlp rj i t S 3 VU 1 if 1t Ata J SS 55 L iPTOUSniNG CO Fubl therm KENTUCKY BEHIND THE BABY Tou can hardly read a paper without being sure to Dud Borne sentimental poem on the man who Is behind Hoes cannon picks and muskets and listBut In Its go l cart bis been missed The others may bo heroes and quite use waysAnymore ofa poets praiseBut a candle to tho man wo love to meet 1 I hind the cunning baby in Its gocart on the street WIth all the prldu and dignity new papas J will display And hisfunnyAnd J onItsThe gocar and the baby with the bottle 1t 1Ipa singleiTo Bee this email procession with the bottle In the van And notice how the women who are pass j stopAndt on tho Image rr 1 of Its pop Xo heMiowst Hell hellkeepAnd hell adjust the bottle when It tum placeaheroic dignity befitting to the rIcalely dry nose the babys chin and wipe It oh so motherly and clothestonever lose his temper though It pur iles him a lot To know Just whats the matter with tho screaming little tot A i Hell talk to It the prettiest of baby talk1 until The Uibv thinks he Is a fool as smartest babies will ho nil cut up capers Just to make IlfAnd the darling smile of thn people who may won ofr L der at his style Rut when the little carriage has a double load of Joy tl otifTwo bottles and two habits nnd not tine ofthlO n boy Tb P than tndt1lt trouble miy not show B tU th tame avcro and a big one tno lie Is j hjjft ftf mn about the courngn of tho nan bthlnd the gun V rwho often Is so frightened that he hasntjrenglh to run BjvTipra finer courage when Ills wire t tired out Thr wxii behind the baby In the man to Ltnictibout JJf K Vw In Chicago Dally Sim h m T KIDNAPPED 17 MILLIONAIRES I Ai oCJlS1ct t and th8Trt 7 J yJ I t JJI 4i Io J 0 L to tl J zr T J 4 e f 4It Ii 4v 101 1t J r 7 t t hr i tt A t = t tISSl l t i fl t t irw t n tJIi 4 i1 c I t wv t i1 Stt or i I i 00 I ili o I f 111Sjt Ttr4 jxfftr i1 t i vIoot t Oft rlo i Nif t rI t r rj 1 tw JtJf I1 Iff fJI i j rJri P tj 4 i J l 4 J 1Jit ptJa1f o f tt Im toiJ j I rtt i its 0 2ltittl tZi I t Jf tf tJ 11o t ito 1C 1tIof f o v 7tt 4 rI J t it fI 17 t i cJt s + 41 I 4 31 il Iitf 1 1 1 It 4r 1m1Ir I 1 t r 1 r1 f hi tCor tt J c r tZ r u fi1 1i ill riI i tjo r P i IA tf tt7i f fI rt Npf Ci Il Y Jt j 4 1 t 141 1oo r I tJ J 1 t jTJJ 1 I f 1r H 1 ti i iti f o IPIiioIl u n fvir t iI i f f1 loo f 1a rJ1 r F tV oIi f t i i M t j5 t l j XyLfofIH1i j ifI w J f iJb 14 1v VF to 4J Jhtt1 7 I J tft1 J j j f t tf rJtb11 i vif Jot J 1if p tJ jIt J o Jtof t9 il J l5i IPy ttiIn or 1 lVrtIA J i t 1 I 1 I r l ltt 0 1et I 11 t 1 1 iT 4 011 or 1l 4f 0 I rJa fiThefyfoiter repeater the order a thcrcTcould bo no mis tike Air vKeut returned to the ticker Some no taking profits eh muttrvtl Mr Kent as ho paced the fl t nervously chewing the end of o unlighted cigar Ill show them how to take profits They must think I am in ray second childhood They have nn idea I nm going to hold the bog do they This is the nay thcykeep their agreement lie rung the bell furiously How much B O have I Fifteen thousand shares at an average of 93 was the reply 1J0stoDrtoket Send word to lllakc Co of Chicago to sell me 25000 St 1aul at tht market Hush hurry l He was at the private telephone nguin now much Sugar have you nold Twentytwo thousand It has broken a point und a hull Thats nil right rut it out in 2000 nnd tlOOO lots fell me 30000 shares of Metropolitan nt the mar ket Got It Thats right Good bye Ihe ticker wcs singing like a sew ing machine Sugar B O St letropo1ilnnStlelout in blocks of from 1000 to 4000 nnd even 5000 lots But the market held remarkably well There was publietheir guileless optimism could not withstand the impact of the myster sellinghlll1llrc11 Saturday nnd during the present ses sion reinforced ns it was by the en raged Mr Kent who ascribed this selling to the perfidy of his asso ciates When the days battle was over the field was covered with dead antI wounded Sugar had closed at H5V4 bid and HO asked Baltimore and Ohio had dropped to 105 St Paul to l iv Metropolitan to 170 Jersey Central to 15SY nnd Steel and Iron showed n net Ins for the day of three points ami an exl rente drop from its high point nt the opening of nearly nine points When Mr Kent had received re ports from his brokers and tele graphic advices from Boston Chicago and Baltimore he found that he had sold 3000 shares of Sugar nnd that all of his other commissions land been executed He had neeomplished line of the phenomenal change of position for which he was famous and dreaded In n hundred offices his name was mentioned coupled with expressions which would not warrant repriMlnction on these pages He qui etly talked the situation over with hhi lieutenants instructed them to smash the market sit the opening next morning and with nn unruffled mien left his office shortly before fii oclock CIJAPTKI v THE WALL STJ r 11Whnt lis t to I p I r fi L I oforf f i7I 1 j r6 1 T JiJit1 r 1 h r t I l t i1I J t t A Ir Jt Il lr it ft r f 4 lrlt J9C lt I t jfN r r 0 SY o hr i J i ij f u 4f 1cA 4or t1 ilt4 s k i fj 1 ft t iIN f t J It J fi joJ 14 tt tr t i t V JH tiij TitOJEijt S Jr j n w t i jf i t t I trIfAtdilr itiil J i It i rt II t tS Io o Si dI1 40 t V tt II tyf bL t1Ity F r tJteti1 if tot 10 t i tlrti t L t tfc frH I tf 1 it1r v 1I F 1 iii r tti a r 4 t i tlt1 B zt J 7 f t t H3 p t I i JT 4r o vit era was equal to the crisis In be wildering succession the millionaires were kidnapped lured away and mur dered by anarchists had committed suicide or reposed safely in tht bosom of their families At one oclock Sugar hUll dropped 25 points Baltimore Ohio 18 points St Paul 14 points Metropolitan 32 points Jersey Central 17 points nnd Steel and Iron 21 points The stocks in which the missing men were not it3stoltllebeyond recognition The news had reached London too late to permit Knglish operators to cover in that market and the cables bore the tale of their dilemma Shortly after one oclock brokers in the employ of Street Kogers jumped into the market as buyers In the first hour of the session be lore the break came it was estimated that they had sold not less than 300000 shares and Kent brokers hal sold fully 100000 more The total sales for the first hour reached th unprecedented totulof 1280000 shares From 11 until 1 oclock the representatives of Street Kogers did nothing They then began to take some of the stock as it was offered They became the center of riots Men fought like fiends to sell them stock In spite of their support the offerings were so numerous that boughtSugnrIn nn hour Street llogers had c v ered 000000 Two sharesIcontaining a dispatch from Ihliadcl phin stating that cssrs Morton Carmody 1ence and lent were In I1CaJetteItthat they were considering the de tails of u gigantic railroad combina tion and the article contained a brief interview with Mr Morton In which he refused to discuss the ob eels of the meeting but regretted ilLEWHIS BRAINS OUT L the public should hnvn become rlIed nt the secrecy which had deemed necessary The same braj news agencies and came out on i hlpe OJI It I 11 I L mnt- f 11 JJJ cl o ncls Eery t tied rushing to dover bn tthb drt was shortlived When the ma1 had advanced nn average of ten frtB Street Kogers and Bosto U Chicago interests turned hear gjersi They threw the stqcktjC aeeiimnlnted nt the IS right anil left Tin1 nlJ r pllrhn Y 1 t JJ f oZ It4 1 0 i1 tt 1 t J 4 i 1 11-n t 7 1 1 it fIj 9 d ir f cv 7 JtV r I t J I I f i r it 1 IJt J I t lt i1 t l I = i tp f f a i 1 t4 i t11 lfr TU T l i i i 1 e s 1 I ls 4iiFc 1riff J 0A CALL TO SERVICE 4 Some Helpful Lessons from the Ext perience of Peter Doable Xntnre of tile Call of he XvNle Sermon by the iT JeaCber-f and Dyiray UllbI 7y t by A N Icllogg News paper Co- Chicagor January IS xxl wliereore the rather brethren diligence to make your calling and election sure for If ye do these things ahal1bteverlasting Kingdom of our Lord and Bavlour Jesus ChrlstlI 1eter 110 anllllJdlce of a Veteran The value of an admonition or a piece of advice is measured by the character nnd tIle experience of the one from whom such admonition or advice emanates The old soldier who has been long in matihe has devoted his life He fully np predates its dignity he understands its hardships and dangers and in the cchool of experience he has learned faithfulness to its responsibilities The story of his life is a living com mentary on tilt advice which he gives It illuminates the thought and the les con he would drive home As you travel back over the milestones in his life you can read the letterings which spell out the advice he has given Take awny the identity of the speaker and ilir jgh the1 thoughts expressed are recognized as selfevident truths still half of their force is lost Advice without an experience behind it is like R picture without n background The coloring may be vivid and the fig ure perfect in outline but if the deeper shades of the artists brush have been left out the effect of the painting is to a very great extent lost Precept and example go hard in hand nnd to trparate the two is to do violence io both and to mar the individual beauty of each and destroy their harmonious blending Gods word is nn exquisite dovetail ing of precept nnd example of eternal truth and living expression of that truth in the lives of those whose hit tory fills tIle sacred pages Davids Psalms are illuminated by the experi ences in his life which gave them birth The teachings of Christ are reen forced and explained by His match less life His sacrificial dla thoHis triumphant resurrection and His glorious ascension The epistles of Paul and the other apostles take on new meaning and force as we read them through the lives lived by their authors Iti is n fascinating study to discover the experiences in the life of a Paul or a Peter which have re yealed to their hearts some wonderful spiritual truth and to which they give expression in their letters Their let ters help to fill out the fragmentary account which Rods Word gives to us of their lives nnd on the other hand the incidents in their lives which God has been pleased to preserve for our edification arc wonderful lenses through which t obtain n clearer and better view of jhe truths to which tli Iirvve given expression text throbs Svith the deepest t i Uben tJ aged veteVnjfPsL cross of Jesus r t PIIIJI e IIS li lnJ i i ii ii i 1 J l f A Y r f i ioL f f JV r J l I V of choice which God has given to hinh And as we have already aaid out text considers the matter from mans standpoint and Peter may well admonish us Wherefore the ratter brethren give diligence to make your calling and election sure A Good StorUrlt is comparatively easy to make a good start but the start is not the finish Between the two there may be many a failure weoryjournfwhere the call is first heard to the time when the call is realized to be the supreme purpose and privilege of life Hut a good start is important and the failure and fall the wander ing and backsliding which may come titeadfastJJInand need not become on insurmount able barrier cutting the soul off from a realization of its curlier hopes and aspirations Peter made a good start He heard the call of the Mas ter as he fished by Jlie lake of Gall lee and leaving all he followed the Christ through the jthree brief years of His ministry drank in the spiritual truths as they dropped from the Masters lips and he beheld the mighty miracles which testified that Jesus wus the Son of God and the One sent to be the Saviour of the world When the controversy grew sharp among the multitudes as to who Jesus was and the disciples were asked nut Whom say ye that 1 umi Peter quickly and boldly de clare Thou art the Christ the Son of till living God When Jesus warned Peter that he was to deny Him before the morning light glided the dome of the temple with its glory he was vehement in his pro testations of loyalty declaring that he was willing to die with Jim nut when the awful fury of the betrayal and trial of Jesus burst upon them overconfident Peter fell before the prying rpestiou of n maiden and thric nr denied that he knew the Cliriit nnd tTic vile oath stained his lip his cITort to convince h- iqWIIfS It was n terrible fall beiiTf irriblr temptation Ills first PI t the Master and thrcu f tutelage seem naught to him now as he wet into the blackness of then wept tears of bitter re- pc The possibility of further scrvn or the Master of even the slihlt association and fellowship will im seemed closed forever Pit Jood where every backsliding turncoat Christian is standing or hilsi The good start made when call of Jesus came to the soulIIt surrendered to Him and obdicIj1turned and followed Him by the period of failureJoaltJ which began at the j iiere selfinterest was allowed o dominate in the life and whicl iiad its fruitage in the final denial vjien the soul awakened tilir lion of Us fail ure bitter angp rushed with its loud and all wo to be lot The period between death and resur rection of JesuJ ist have been full of awful drendI suspense ro poor Peter anel his Loml 11 peared lint vived hin 0 that the ore mnjr fihumbl que h t L t e 6 j t 1 0j F co i j ttvtr Jl 1 bI f 0i F I t f f X t7Y r j t ing to in fullstep fnith upon the prom completedellvdowncast a gloomy Christian instead of the happy joyful Christian who ii always found resting upon the ex ceeding great and precious promises of God But to return to Peter He knew he could take his place at Jesus side again because the promises of Jesus made him bold to claim the right but he did not know that he could nor did ho claim the right to be rein stated to his old place of service and trust in the Masters Kingdom He wes as was David willing to be only a doorkeeper in the house of his God He was willing to be anything to do anything And oh what mighty things God can do with a Christian when He gets him into that post tion before Him Here is where fail ure and defeat arc made to glow with a Divine victory and the soul brought to realize that all thing work together for good to them that love God even when the all things consists of n distressing and wicked failure Peter stood that morning by his Lords side a willing instrument for His use Like the clay in the handa of the potter he was willing to be molded into any sort of reisel for the Masters service What a beautiful picture we have here of our Lords patience and love in dealing with a wayward soul Jesus by ills thrice repeated question Simon son of Jonas lovest thou me led Peter back to the point of his failure and b His comnands fced My Inmbs teed My sheep He gave him a new start in His service Here was the call to service The sure calling which was to have its realization in Peters sub sequent wonderful ministry And this is the way Jesus deals with every Christian The backsliding failing disloyal Christian may always catch a new glimpse of his Lord through the repentant tears and as new hope springs in the breast there comes a turning to the promises of God for help and assurance Then surely fol lows the coming of Jesus Ills leading back to the point of failure and the reinstatement and renewed call to serviceThe Pathway of o Falls Peter sets the sign posts that mark the path way along which there is no stum bling or falling Out of Peters ripe experience he learned the way over which It led He had not always walked along its safe roadbed Where is there the Christian who has But even though we fall always to follow the right path it is comforting to know where it lies for after the fall the Christian more than ever before realizes the desirability and blessing of traveling the pathway which con tains no pitfalls and is not overcast with fogs of doubt and uncertainty Peter says in the words of our text For if ye do these things ye shall never fall and by reading the pr ceding verses we discover the route through which the sure victorious pathway lends TIle starting point is at the cross where faith in the Cruci fied One cleanses from all sin and gives life to the soul The next step leads to virtue and virtue leads on to knowl edge and knowledge to temperance Jlnd temperance to patience and pa ence to godliness and godliness to dness and brotherly 7 jve What a glorious lIr bill t h 11J lit rJ f 11 f tt P n ri t1 1 5 1 t tri jR i i if tof o f J tJ f i xt tCi r f 2 tt3rft i 4 ii 4 0 Wii7fr fr i fit Icttltol 4a i 4I j f i rN hr 2Jf5btlj X 0 i Nr I rrtwo r t 1t r rii Ji Jlfr tS J VIGOROUS APP Some tu ConnecUcrt ThAt Were fllonn DOTTB not Son htl for Three Scare Tenr After In the year 1727 on nppli tree was planted in Connect ft near Ston ington Three yearn iterward itIwall grafted as is treejInthe tree was blown over but lived lor threescore years longer before the body succumbed to decay At the same time one of the branches that touched the ground took root GradjlIallyyears later was entirely rotted ava while like the mantle of Elijah faU1 ing on EHihn the whole treetopvasII left resting ullon the with its new strong roots The tree afttr its prolonged lire of a centurjr and threequarters is or was rc cently flourishing with renewed vig1 or and bearing fruit The orchard of the writers father contained nn apple tree which wan uprooted in the same memorable gale of 1815 61YS a Hartford corre spondent of the Farmer but a mas of earth which was torn up adhered to the roots This kept them from drying up to some extent and 1on new roots were thrown downward and the tree tenaciously retained its hold on life The writer well remem bers of eating wherisa boy the large redchecked apples which it bore of unknown name The tree survived the fall and for many years yielded as much fruit us any in the orchard It had merit at least gatberJtbeEXPERTITHE SMELLING A Vnlnnlilr Man Ie the Perfumery Line Karon Ilia Llvlnc by Pol- loirlnc III None One of the curious trades of New York is that of the smelling expert literalybyployed by manufacturers of perfum cry It it hU business to judge of the character quality nnd value of the materials that go to the making of perfume says the New York Sun Much of the perfumery mode in this country is imported from France in the form of pomatum and extracted with alcohol The smelling expert Judges the quality of pomatum An other and even more remarkable part of Me business is to examine a popular imported perfume determine from the smell of what it is madv and en htrelLikeits and After examination produce a counterfeit which only n connoisseur could detect as such the smelling ex pert by means of his unerring nose makes possible the production here of any perfume that it is desired to imi tate Possessed of so valuable a noe he takes the upmost care of it He docs his best to avoid taking coid and guards hims nh special care when the influenii crmes round A single bad cold nw iisable his HOFP hrweeks and t ow him out of Ir IblerfRerf i iaeyof iea- tJ p r ont ewbltleua than of the r iheolth tastef rla AtroD i 1 rif y r 12i rIttit t r 1 f i if l J frirr l f 1J1 3 f W P fFJ It Jp t Z M1 rr j it x c d 11fi 1 If ff Oelwejniowa beenIPinkhams Vegetable CompoiiOTi Terriwas ovan tI am tall and the doctor said I gitoo fllIt my Btrengtb I 8uffeia dreadfully from inflammation anoK doctored continuaUy but got no help I I suffered from terrible dragging sen satlons with the most awlul pains low dovn in the sido and in the back and the most agonizing headaches No one knows what I endured Often I was sick to the stomach and every little while I would bo too sick to go to work for three or four days I in a large store and 1 suppose stand ing on my feet all day made me worse At the suggestion of a friend of my mothers I to take Lydia E Plnklmms Vegetable Conii pound and it is simply wonderful I felt better after the first two or three doses it cccmcd as though a weight was taken off shoulders con tinued its use until now I can truth fully say I am entirely cured Young girls who arc always paying doctors bills without getting any help as I did ought to take your nifiicinc It cosis o much less and it sure to curer ein Youra truy f KLAiDE PBAOT 17 St Anns Avc rew York Ci t 6000 fortit If erljtKf Jxmtltttlt traafj gtauiKtniit e Miet pnfrc f SHOES UNION MADE WL Douglas makas and iellsmerrnsn S9SO and S9UX3 shoes than nny other two manufacturara In the world which sir superiority the are worn by more people In all Motions of life than any other make Becsuso w Douglas ii tlio largest manufacturer ho can bar cheaper and produce hsr shoes at a than other con cerns wblch enables him 93m eanal in ercry way to those sold else where for Si ami S300 nd 83 shoe are worn by thoiuandsof menwho uavi been paying 5t nml 86not bcliorine they and wear of his S3CO and 200 olioes Is just Bigood PlacoJ sido by cldo it U imposriblo to tea any difference A Jilal Trill convince Xatlr IncrrnieIn Htt lnfBi V L DOUGLAS S4OO GILT EDGE LINK Worth S8OO Compared wltn Other Makes 7e b 3t Imported an American bUm Heglt Pattnt 0itf EnamitSox Calf Calf Vki Kid Corona CM ani Hatlaral Xanaaroo fail Color fuelili W A 111 U U UA ft KOCKTOJV m SATISFIED Are you rr Jy satlsflcd irlth i V fff v r X tlut 1i i i Y Y r 1 OGRESS ttk XtI r s 1 Sono i f t t t r ThJ 1fjSennteThl 1 S f C lacted promptly on 4 rebate or the tlvldlng It unanimous rc minutes aft l I Serfrom the house o Ajlu waspasseclwllh 7 Jstriklng out of the bill widing fur a reserve ed men thus removing t 4 4 jc t j made against It The Was up for a short time 4 J tl1r McCumbcr spolO In 4 stntehood to Okia 7 Tia and New Mexico 4 I s bill reported from the ft f r 1 1eans committee Tuesday- S l tor a rebate of the dutiesl Sjt tr s 4k m coal for a period of one t S passed In short order b the4 t i jwednesday by pracUcnlly an- b y S 4 Ious voto 2585 thoso oUng I I It being Messrs Cushman and t Wash Gaines W Va Men 4 Wyo and Patterson Pa all I cans The blll was considered c S khooperation of a rule which tunity to amend The on t 1 to the measure came 4 4 members represent S I expresB11 the f of Chinese l nJ ure hI Dothr Le N i p ssell- t bill l 1 l Tr t bi t 1 I e d- 5 S ld if t f r 4 t I d S I J d 4 y II ISI 4 I 1 4 4 4 t It I I 1 t tt i S I 1 l 11 p eo I I J t a 1 r I H I td h ta r t I f I is I t I J t c 11a1 4a A1 S lIIS I i YL a Ig j jpI 14 J I rs a Ir t z I a I jI 4 t a h I I 4 I ps c t 1 a j f 4 r I I 1 r cf I r t I I tr Sb I bL I 1afltrr t 3 4 I iu- wLaA 1 sII 1iJb 4 I l ce t 0 a 4 I r t Iq a IpZ c i J II a 4IS 4 t- J S 4 2 7 I IS 4I PI If41p a ajS1 4 r 1 cc fr7 t c 4a d J I I a ps I p 4 t CI frdI-P tajr 1 I J Daaaf8 u a 4 vSt jJS a t a 4 j iPc Ip3 5 c jaftcF 2sS i VS1 i r J c L a ra 4 44 f tJ a j id s 4 bIp II a 4 ys 5 4 5 b assw af a 4 4 I raLriS pfr a a a J i d 5IS s yi 11 rEd ii J 11 EI1T1ASLUAY J4 Was Former Mayor of New York and Congressman t The Funeral Services Will Be Con ducted By Bishop Potter In Calvary Church of Which Mr Hewitt Was a Member New York Jan 10 Abram S Hew itt former mayor of New York and for many years representative In COliI gress died at 6 oclock Sunday morn- Ing in his 81st year having been crit ically ill for ten days With him at tho moment of death rE his wife his three sons and three daughters Mr Hewitt who has been In feebla health for some months was attacked with obstructive jaundice on January 8 and from the first it was realized by his attending physicians I r E L Keyes arffl Dr K L Keyes Jr that there was practically no hope of tho aged patients recovery On the tot lowing Sunday it was thought that Mr Hewitt could not survive the night anT the members cf his family were sum moned to his bedside but his wonder ful vitality kept him alive for a week longer On Thursday Mr Hewitt rallied so thoroughly that some hope wax entertained that he might recover but on the following night a relapse oc curred hnd it was then evident that the end was not far off A slight iw Sjrovement was noted on Saturday aorning but late that night the physi fins notified Mr Hewitts son Peter Howltt that death was imml tit and the other children Edward vtewltt Erskine Hewitt Mrs J O Miss Sarah Hewitt and Miss ir G Hewitt were summoned Vi their mother remained by t 7e until the end ral services which will bo Ifihop Potter will bo T7jh of which Mr t LA E Nhs In Mazatlan t try There have been it 1 rlague since Jan in the 16th aura kfy news eases are of wooden t 2 Ich plaguestrick i j escape from the I t t Ss mother died S efamllyshouse ttors entered the4 p ssion of the corpse 5was sent to the a vntlon His wife 4 4I nt at the time of rf and afterwardsp they would ba te Sunday morn 5 t was found dead j rnl other has not 7 young man has I LMbe epidemic but 4 lJD WISNER f t fi I rg rl I S 1 jp v r II i i i t r f L1 t fi a1t o SI 4f k It f4 1TJo j C cL3c a I a J 5 5t s fISc Sr4 I k n 4aaS L i SS e S e a i j ttM y 1 h k i WJ iS5C i 9i i B i1j WREN BACKSA t j Mosv ache pa- are ki pins t naclmc thellsymptom Neglect wnrnlnllJ the back serious troubles follow Its only a short step to uritary derangements diabetes dropsy rights disease Rend how to be cured CASE NO 24013 Mr Joseph Calmcs foreman of the Barter mills Fostorla 0snr I just as ardently recommend Doans Kidney Pills today and It is the October 1899 JIB I did in the sumI mer of 1606 when after taking a course of the treatment tby cured me of kidney compI nd back ache which was often so acute that was unable to sleep at night and had difficulty in remaining on feet all day I am still free the lumbago or any annoyance my kidneys and unhesitatingly de clare that I am only too pleased to recndorce my opinions of Deans Kidney Pills A FREE TRIAL of this great kid ney medicine which cured Mr Calmcs will be mailed on application to any part of the United Stare Address FosterMilburri Cp Buffalo N Y For sale by all druggists price 50 cents per box DONT arofley8t dlsfdera fromI TOBACCO SPIT andSM 0 KB- YourLlfcawBI You can be rare of nay form of tobacco uslgIaAtIy be made well stroug msnei1c full of KQ4Oli4thatten pounds in ten dajs Over SOOOQO BookletBBMRPY CO Chicago or New York 437 Xo Xd of Impatience It hony 07 more rears until we start another century and if they lip along as beherelie at the pianoAnd what air do YOU prefer She ell if you give me millionaireDaltiworeNews Count not miles before they are pedaledJudge MARKET REPORT CincinnntI Ten 17 CATTLECommon 4 4 10 Butcher steers y 4 85 CALVESExtra + 8 00 HOGSCh packers 6 6 70 Mixed packers 6 ft SHEEPExtra 4 t 35 LAMBS Extra 5 litfFLOURSpring pat 3 8 WHEAT No 2 red t No3red 77 CORNNo2 mixed rt 46 DAIS No 2 mixed 3t 3- 6ltziNo 2 5- 6IIAYCh timothy 17 00 tO PORKClear cut fi LARD Steam iVll BUTTER Ch dairy f J Choice creamery itwaAPPLESFancy 3 00 T 3 60 OrAT sp bN I b7r3q 50 Q175I i 48 3114 I1 bI C treSz r i1 r f irb J rI g ic s5 J i S I k f If i jja ft r c 55 i r I 3 0 EJ 4 5S t bL 4 fiFf r V tr fJ i fS tjj 4 t J SSa S s j v S i4 4 j wfok at i Ceel That i7Zfy the bor bow ever The chim iMisted on reaihine out his black paw for a friendly gripe and while the fathcra back WDI the lad extended his hand says the Boston instant his howls caused a tush of the crowd to tee what was the matter andas he hxeidup a finger which was bitten to the and danced about the father produced a handkerchief to tie it vp end explained to the people sreathllndout that them critters her teeth and if he ever gits over this he wont never want to shake hands with no more monkey The Seaboard Air Line of Ports iuouthra is advertising a beautiful but comparatively little known region on toe Vet Coast of Florida in three booklets called The Land of Manatee They ate issued by the Seaboard but can scarcely be termed a railroad advertisement as the only mention of toe road is in a brief and modest note printed en the inside of one of the cover pages They are in fact a description of Manatee lount klorda with come account of its hil or1and its many interesting features which appeal equally to the general reader the in vestor the fruit and vegetable grower and to the tourist and sportsman The author is Mr Morton M Caisaday a writer of experience The beauty of the Manatee country is well described and the marvel ous fertility of the soil and equally won healthfulness of the climate are told of in a way to leave no doubt in the read tbeIder is that it has not sooner been settled and the latent riches outs soil turned into charmingfeaturegraphi alapjlearance They arc printed delightfullylllu5plates and ornamented with decorative de signs in flat monotones that make them really valuable brochures Persons in tere led in Florida and especially in the possibilities of orange growing truck fiedtheleinforznatiQnTheythe Seaboard Air Line Railway or upon rultnicrAgent RsunpleArmy a hearty chuckle nfiture oCa promisebutfamiliartigureat forturh and went on the retired list aid a visitor to the son the other ils 55 you 8 in to be when Wellsaid the ciehtyearold KK eliberation been think Ml for some time and I think that tn Im a man Ill get heart ditcareandca papaClxicago The Fernna Almanac supIpliedsure to be a great demand for these manacs on account of the articles on astrology which they contain The subject of astrology is a very attractive one to most thePeruna very competent astrologist and th men givenconstituting astrnyIt 10r le fjJ j r I4 4 I i s f vPS5 5a 4 l 5C 5p5i a f Jc t r I J s t t- f10r s tt s Rev n Stubcnvollof Elkhorn WIS is pastor of theEvangcUcal Lutheran St Johns Church of that place Rev Stubenvoll Is the possessor of two bibles presented to him by Emperor William of Germany Upon the fly Jeaf of one of the bibles the Emp iror has written in his own handwriting a text This honored pastor in a recent letter to The Peruna Medicine Co of fColumbus Ohio says concerning their famous catarrh remedy Peruna The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio Gentlemen u I had hemorrhages of thcjupgs fora long time T and all despaired me I took Peruna and was cured Itgavtriner strength and courage and made healthy pure blood It Increased my weight gave me a healthy color and I well It Is the best medicine In the world It everyone kept Peruaa In the house It would save many from death every yellrlI STUBENVOLLS Thousands of people l1ave catarrh who would be surprised to know it because it has been called some otherziatne than catarrh The fact is catarrh is catarrh wherever located and another fact which Is of equally great importance is that Peruna cures catarrh wherever located druggist for Peruna Almanac PITY FOR THE ANGELS Wouldnt Do tar Them CoPt Snow on That Woman Front ieps The lady with the enameled sipped incidentIe limes A little bpy stood at the window watching the snow falling upon the and blowing into dusty patches Aunt said do the angels send the snow lookingThere was silence for awhile From out the house across the way a white swepttheid of Mrs S a very fastidi vjady who has a strong i Iren and ditt Il ft j tl 5 ir hf ia I J f JttZ i oj tit it RIJf iti j J 5 y t rpa 1qi t y4 ttia 5S t i ii a J j fa 1 4 H 5 55 iS t f REV ST feel llfactorywrite at once to Dr Hartman giving1 a full statement of case and he wjit be pleased to glveyou his valuable ad vice gratis 4 Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O t ASK your a free pavement together he f tjil r it 1iQlJt saSaizers 1Ythtti SPELT- ZItvflicb J gu1 FARM SEEDS 4iii uI zzzs I8 AUf CiisloiuersProdestsxsl WI 5tCJ1Dg Oct for move Ws dsLe by ioiy lit smors arid e t1Ianpreccdeate5o5o s1ooo for bcTqowlnmalt open tee l stamps irgrt oeaiogaeworui sroco to sano awake f3rinr or areai to f mp1soazateRane eteetepcszilya1mwna i P1aje upoorce11C but1 adypsend alas XiOetoba1s I f 4 fpJ fa t a 5 a a p 1 9 ifV j f ijI icT ti r r I A S 4 4 I llJ l i K 5C 1St 01 y I t t SSf Sa rJfh Y i 7 J ti JZ hI2 rf t t ri Sf t 7 t T S l Ito Y lS = c s e I t 0t IoI LY P c l tY IJ h lJ r tItst 1k 1 c t jYEAR IN ADVA- tEk4 it Al1drA9s communications to t k i TnE ODTLOOK PunusntNa Co or to J TonsiW HONAKEII Owingsville ty h t THURSDAY JAR 22 190- 3NOUNCIMI3NT I t i t AN 0 IIjI oh t1 For Circuit Court Cloi k t iKoi We are authorized to announce ameN L Conher as a candidate for k1i i Circuit ClerkotButh county sub S 1 ject to tho action of the Dcmocrat y Ic party Election November 1903 fv4 r Yare8uthorhcd to ttnnnunco as a candidate for 4 Circuit Court Clerk of Bath connw r i Jcrt to the notion of tlrt f leiocratIc party i JW IT is in order for jome ono tn- t D rise nd remark thai peaches I TJ AP killtd t f w THE Chicago special grand jury t as vntcdto ret rn forty indict r f inents against prominent buiincsf men on the charge of combining to put the price qf coal If guilt 7 oc 3 1bPlrichly deserve the laws pen s p ty iicCoxoniss passed a bill putting coolon the free list andi1J providing for tho practically free r importation of soft coal so for asf tho tariff if concerned for oni year Tho nciQn at this Into S olpng to the every little iulpii clSl i I J =A national Get Coal canvcn tion will meet ut Washington Citya ooI of Tuesday Jane 27th t similar y 4i convention in anticipation of a coal shortage was held at Detroit lust 4 sorlf utiona adopted The coming con ii t ventlon will be Imp rtnnt 4 l H Fz j HENRY YOUTSET serving a life t I Ventenco in the penitentiary on on ictlon of implication in tho I w Goebel murder was brought from 1 before tie Franklin county grand Jury Inct week to tell what oi 1 hewouldof the case He was ex eg S nrained for forty hours The t i 4j 9lrjcteat ueorecy was enjoined by 0 41udge CantriU all twhat Youtsey f told 4 Y 1 1 LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR TILLUAX of Spilth CirolinH n nephew of U 4 f S Sfnator Ben Tillman the pitch ttt1forketatesman plugged his man 21 c in Til1xnaberquotylo lnst week lb ilhlan meeting N J Gonznlcll 4 Ltt f e j edUor of the Colt ma State with r c nut warnin 1Gnnzah through J tenuous states 0f 0 noot J J It t S 11 i I J t1tL1t I 1 I fw a ta 4t oL att tIf 4 t Z p I L Joyv r I 4 J 1 s C i i ttrfo JIj 1 tJr t L JC i I1 i J a jf ft 1 4t jh0 t iV r i t 1 J 0If t t tit Iiro 1 1 i I f+k JIy l O d o Ii a 111 c1r l Ii O t tii1 lA74iIxt- I i s f1 r i l1i I ro 4of 4 u4J3f4A Ita y i tt ItdI 14 4fr ltIt rJ I be I f J fs t 1 arr r t 10 o tVL s1t Of f J ti 4 t i I thJ 1 i t tr lt 4 f S ll 7f i f 1 o f tt ti i1 1 fJif ir f r i r 1r It C iJ f l r tt t t t cl l 1 r 4 I 12i L 41f1ij II fu i ir i lJ J t jo I t l t Nt1co fV V4i rf j f t l j iVt 5l ir 1i lf p t t v lltoqP j I i lp y t ru itr i l tt 0 Ji it Oh I ii t rkt t f t1i Mi 1lt JiJ l r f v it 000 tK iJr 4Oi i li9tti e 1t t0 4 F1tfiLiii JItl f 1h I s J1 s 1 Uti o t t Z t 1 i J1 rr N t tr sr r = 1 iI t rfl I1 tltf ik Xtl ji t tro r 1 tiv1 t a j4 11iI 4Sj4 4 r Jitlf t t iIi f tw I 1 J I f r t o t l 5 J1 r 1Ititc r f I djIt t t l 24 1 r t L lt 3 O t4 frJ d Iro u N z x J tended G i f8Mrsvilhepent Saturday 4witli Bailer Miss Lucy Rogers of Milljs visiting her aunt Ringnr tllda Rice Lewis Berber sold to Sam Lnti raw 10 60lb fhonts at 575 W W Williams sold to WTmI15 hugs averaging tavO Licking UnionfOld Mr Reed died at lug homo near Raglnnd Friday Andy Thomas wife died at her homo on Scotts Creek Friday Tbp SICK Thomas C Rnglnnd contii Hd poorly Charley M Hum is r tao sick list John IL Nickell of Freestone Rowan county visited his daughter Mrs Atta McKinnoy Saturday night A largo crowd boarded tho little train lust Saturday to attend the trial of Aqua ann Bert Johnson charged with disturbing public worship Thej by AtwlOnyor Morehead J G R Kelle of Carlisle was here Friday nnd Saturday in the inter oat of his lonse he holdun J Wand A T Ilmno land He employed Oicnr WtUison to drill live wells on his leaseJi Mr Keller hue bought a pumping outfit and a gasoline en gine and will commence work next eck Farmers Dr Evans and son have returned from Ashland Mollie Carpenter returned home to Cluy W Vn this week Dr Carter was vaccinated n now gro having called at his office with smallpox AIrs Kate P Evans is in very delicate health and has been for tho pHst few weeks Leo Craycraft is quite low with stomach trouble Mrs John War ren is in very delicate health Prof Morrison who taught a class of six here in arithmetic title week has gone to Morehead Lucy 0 Williams and sister Eliza Muxcy were called here by the death of their cousin Dr Evans wife They rill spend a few days with their auat Mrs K P Evans Virgie Eyans god C onrwIfe of Dr Thomas sd this life f c r I ji f ii i1 f if i it tio t tIId I I t I f oao 4 t 1 1l t r tJ iiII O 1iJ r i i yh 7l i I 4 I t t 1flt1J 4A I I jtI r t r t4 i i6 7 J r iIt I 1 fq9 I 1t It 1o l 4 1S i i 0t ttJ 4 t ifli 4r tjij HWlh t 5c t to = r u nt1P k r t I i t11 7 0 XL I14 t ill lJl ItIt iiti r b l Vt f ifcf iLlt4J1Jc 4 4 l I aitier i iI 1 I j h JIf tf W o t 7 t no 1 J1 i fP = 011jtI tI t 4 4 4 I f 1 f1 a 1iitllr tf ifl drv 1 1 f 1 Jr r f l I JJ fZ J Pr ZJi t r 1 f i t f to JI I 5t hf ijt Iujt 1 1t tp I r q j Jd j rjp1 ttr t f fto St t Ii 1 4 r Ip i t Z t Y p Je i 2 4L It p r JIi t 1 1 Z l J W v tr tertuiiiey4piS la Reid and Robert Whuley J of Honor of Jiethel school fort Jtrtoll ending Jan 10 1103 AHio1 Williams 03U MorrlsyNvniintns US Albert Butts D7 Hefiy ClInkonblurd IJt 36 vMatt Hunt 91 25 Alma Gillfspio 0 27 Charlie Whale Itt UobertArm smith S03 Elliott Gllvfn 00 LUCY I1AHPER tcachafT Springfield AMIss Mayme D Turner has la grippe 4Van Thompson mid wifo were Thursldayhero with a very nice entertain men t Misses Blanche and Pearl Mc Chain visited Miii Lida Smathere Thursday night Mrs John Spratt visited her brother Jeesto Morgan of llum Lisk Friday und Saturday Mesdames 0 R Spratt and W A Boyd and Miss Maud Spratt were guests of the Misses Grimes Monday Misses Blanche and Pearl Mc Chain anti Lida Sraathers and Rev W B Gray wero guests of Mrs 0 Spratt Friday lB Rev W B Gray delivered his last sermon to hischurln hero Sun day Ills people regretted very much to see him leave Crooks D S Nixon isOnjtho sick list Joe Adams of Ezcl was liars Saturday r W E Houston of Louisa K- ywasnday Ernie Armsfong of Olympia wns hero Saturday tiTeflatWill McCall of Virginia was hjCre Thursday on business Tom Satterfleld and Will Nixon were at Salt Lick Thursday- S Y Johnson bought Tom Sat terfields crop of tobacco at Gc A Mr Ramsey of Winchester was here Saturday on business Mrs Colo Jackson of Olympia visited relatives here Saturday D S Nixon sold and delivered 18 shoats to R C Gatewuod at 5cl 1rs Charley Reed is ents John Ilazelrigganu I ethel 4 vmichncl isitcdrelativ and rIt jjjfldLY8 f 1a i i L r1 pL st i i fs f FrlPJl f Y I Ioit2 J j a k j i f ityf h t II t I 4 j ei to i J i 1 Ifi1 f i r i b ctr t 1 i I t i1 1f J l 0 s t I rf4 F t2 nriml 4 i t t i- JI 4 a i c W jtr I 4 i = Id 1 P1pr PrlckhyAthd- ihinson Sjono Is on tI olst jveral from here attended com t londItYfI rented jher to Stone Stanton Hamilton of Roes Run Jvisited R L Stone one day last weekCoburn and Willie Hamilton sold eotno shoots to Hiring Conner ut 5jc per Ib- George Boyd of White Oak vis tied larry Goodpaster and wife Sunday night Wm Phelps wife nnd son Earl of Reynoldsvillc visited Alinnnza Stone nnd wife Fridny IThomas1 Hamilton of nenr Mt Sterling visited relatives here Saturday and Sundny Daniel Harper and Caleb Rntlilf sold some fat hogs to Hendrix Co ut 550 per hundred Thomas Barnes of Peeled Oak and Mrs James Shrout of near Sharpaburg were visiting nt Mrs Nancy Shrouts last week Olympia Blge Wells of Owingsville was hero Sunday II 0 Irwin WitS called to Rich mondon business the other day Elder Dawgon Oiled an appoint meat here Saturday and Sunday Miss Ohio Montjoy is spending the week with friends in Howards Mill W E Houston of Louisa is upending the week with friends here Mrs T J Jackson and M F Ciiso were shopping iu Owing viile Thuriduy Mrs Howard VaoAntwvrt r Mt Sterling spent Saturda wuu Mrs D It Bishop Sam and Oliver Jonee of Ow ingsville spsut Sunday with their sister Mrs Robt Swotnam MreJohnThoinpsonofSalt here Saturday aud Sunday Mrs Chute Clayton of Salt Lick spent Saturday and Sunday with 111r rathcr J W McGIoason Born to Wm Swarts and wife a girl It in thought Bill will get over it but the doctor says he never WJSl look like anything Mrnnd Mrs John W Kincaid returned Friday night from Pine yule where they had been spending the holidays with their parents Tho Infant child of Willie Moore died the pun week Wf failed to gUitin last weeks items The biyenvcd parents have our deepest yipothy v- x Ii Mrs McGlolhin of Salt Lick Tollone dav 11k e J i 2 I J 011- I i f t 1 WI 4i k1t4 I o y 1 I v f 7 4 if i 1 ii lI 1 U JH ft 1 1 IJ ill ti o fJti6ii5 i i ff as I 12 3t 1 1 ti 4yr 1 tf ta i t L r S n t r y ta 4 r I t r I J rk r1H tI r it h 1- NlqewIDterVcJdhertor H a few ysj Mrs Gran ville Turner was on tie sick lilt last week Mis Minnie Rails was a vWtiif in Mt Sterling on Friday George Nixon of Abalone Knn SU is visiting his titter Mrs Jack Soon Fain Northnittt and M E heat on of Judy were here Fridayin business Mrs J M Hurst nod daughter Miss Ellwere in Mt Sterling bopping on Friday Mra C N Triplett eild to Dr J W iluUisrford two meat logs at 550 per hundred Misses Lena Howard and Sarah Lou Triplett visited relatives near Mt Sterling Friday and Saturday Dr J W Rutherford who hu been laid up for some week with rheumatism and In grippe is able to be up- Caleb Uttorbftclc closed a five months school Friday nt Poplar Grove This spring school will bo taught by Miss Fannie Lnnu i I Mary Grinnoy a respected ored woman bus been at the poil of death for several days with phoiif pneumonia1Dr Uenrre S tending physician TheGudgell Hill schoofj V camo very near being firo one day last wek1f 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