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TL i i 1 IUtir When you have a now Itam or wish to communi onto with TIn OUTLOOK office by phone riiiR ui lv Try B Frank Perry for the fa Sterling Mr mous White Star Coffee Mr- rema Picture trnraeB at low prices J M BROTflEbore F M Hurst editor and insur Col f anco man died at Millersburg this Sprin wsek Mrs iFor firstclass clean grcecr1esLit and prompt delivery try relapse z PVrry Mr1 a Goo CHnc moved this week from went tipper Slate Creek to A G V frieri i Cooks farm Mrs r town Carload barbed and smooth wire relat J t received pr1ce9 low and guRr Ir anteed E L it A T BYBOX lisle busiiJ- i Ji If you want an auctioneer I amJIITerms reasonableyour uiau Frankfort M D FARISiiiitl S Mrs tiuldaAthe meat shop of Jackson t GaultDr Tues I legozbound for tim Richmond T1 mar nold Remember Mr Rowland cutter Miss e for L L Hays Co will bo with ton l I4 Brother t Brother Fob 4th and Gth and 1903 Mr Stop J M Richart sold to WA Tipton Thomason of Bourbon county ten Mr long yearling mules nt fl5 per head several Rev FD Pnlmeier on InstTLIbU 4 I Wednesday united in ling Newt Hornb ck and Miss Rojn tanley pI Wilburn Young and M J LOM Ham of near Bothjvi Maysville Sunday named sf a I 4 i 4 a 5l4 4 ci i tI s I i i s b C i t r I t 1 s a t3 r i 4 t P1ilthqd ht 4 I 7 ti4I 1 T c r t t 4c4 1 iI a 4Lj p 1 I s p LItC 4 I fr a z j4 a c t- f 4a Ii Mru d1ri iioIds lila lh iyle Clierr 5flu- dlbipSO or Iii Gruen pi z tJ with acan rurtuii chinjj t muchonjny Dee Conner L traveLi ingsalcMnr VIlIWnUon cer t As hi QZc nnnne his call and- clnverostz uindiy and was M Tt latest roport She ty 3 ca i8 IIIGenrge Sh- a s r1 Bov C Vf Musgruve will preach maya i I the Courthouse next Silndnv not killco e inothing and night Ho s a D D and M Dundhasspcrtsomeyearsatten as folks Mohd 3 iLoSTBlack and white female AOCTIOM I eetter very thin missing 3 weeks next uesday Liberal reward for her return toatk 2 p m a me at OwingsvHle to day untilhENRY HOPKINS ADOTIOH ADOTJOS CarSj at 2 p rn and contlnulngfrom dayaturdn14 to day Until further potlee Mas D St EariLt ment const Farif orche JiocTioirrI will have an auction LS sAleof boots shoes hats capeGee Km clothing of all kinds on Saturday ught I Jan 31 1903 acre farm a ED BJLILKT 450 live Forgo Hill Icyfor 500 anc I L of FebrBnOQlKB AD FURinTURET S f JBhFQuViUrtafn the new year with GETS INS i 1 large and complete stock of pug Grand gies sad furniture of all kinds to dered paid tilt new beginaera in housokeep Power the lag Call and see bin Cash or for the death I tt credit member of Alexander Karrick eon of Thorn this town 3ii rL fckof Salt Well and Miss NEW Fzs 1 Rose arIchaeI daughtoof a ud Carmfebael f Stepstnneer new cc unty bemarried at 1 elock p in of the bune rT5j W6dneday by Elder B H Rose at house farm hlesldflee Ta CAKnrFotuHO The Lad and new U it4 ieV Aid Society of the Christian RAMiOnChttreh at their endypulI1qgFrIat 9 a ilL at i day nIgh arid Saturday morning Twill s tllmy rlIa 21a Worth of candy The fuitt ire a ploSSILLA full sptof bicycle J K JACXBO jr 1 n uOI cnesng o ooWuL 7df nuts epairs also 8 bicycles and 2 monia Frida neiI p ia towa J A Po an aei Ii f Owingsvine KyilarrisiDfl Swi few w Funeral Furnishings Prompt N quipaents and modern services DIEt or Jso dealer Orstelass furniture Rudder died JLftfsii deserlptipRB 7811 and see needay purohasthg elsewhere home of hits7 HD PARIS Qwines nU Ky OH Pie t Cre Tj HEM Faneral Director and Thursday nj Kmbalaer ground D Rowland representing the been 61 ysa a wa tailoring house of L wife died set k Co Cincinnati Ohio He was a so 7 their line of samples He loaves a M Brothers Feb 4 and Prickly Ash c f JffadBesday Sand Thurs Mason Vice i nuaeedasuhinrpaif oua man wel i Itodate in style w it borsa id leaves floe Imourn lg I ti 1 PY s r Trl dSjT t 4 T 4 I c r l iii a q Ssi i 1 yJ r 1 Mrll 4 4 iwr t f JiF I e C Hc4 7 OWINGSVILLE KEUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 2g I 903p NG2 PERSONAL next A S Thomas is again critically Illdii A W Young of Mt Sterling was Ihero Tuesdays Young was In Mthiliursday Lewis of Salt Lick in eriinsto C1Saturday thgsMatilda Fielders is confined an attack of pnouinonitiI tle Bartlett 1aston a he but is again on tho mend id aiid Mrs Tinimot Fratman to JLcxington last week to vLit tho dithSnub Richards of Goorgo line schivescon IL Keller editor of the Carv Mercury was In town Friday on N essatIgO Tumos H llazolrigc of ises was in town Friday night aturdaYYoThos near withvhlle Is on the rolid to recovery her illness barn edIsaacday to reenter Lila medical col at Louisville ctor P Scruggs of near Roy svllle Is recovering from his W pistolshot wound SalHo Fans wont to Lexing son grustMinnie Cohen and Mrs Ewoll Payne of Ho stono visited JJr and Mrs CW of last Thursday and Mrs Ernost Gorham of Millorohnrp were hero with relatives days lost week Chiles A hoffman II G and V V Glover oi Mt Ster man were hero Monday JI4gO and children of ne uhlitjthMr4so S V ji vwl JS I l lt e i 4 is j r A a II et lwe 124 ecu t4 4 r ILv a p fVl i j a Q P 11a r 4l 4 i 4 t l 4lba r 1A i f t s s sjnIr h Ivy LcedL 0 Is n Jiun aanwflbeo C1k bout icd aDiiidant 1iIL1U I had rail1vlrmht of west of town Bryan Hotel jeacJiej iD his section are he hind been Dr Carte Court man hadbrought a fair duee of outoftown to leave lidayut AUCTION Beginning fathers afternoon Feb 3d this toWa- nd continuing from day the town further notice cinated Mus D S ESTILL is not exp rie Nixon celebrated t1Iefii her school anyof nstraof THE ithofwith a house that cost thou comp miles from West unlay and enwillIuaryURAECI The State fur the o- ieAOUW hat or burg preci to 31rp Wondson 11 reduction life insurance of 1000 The of her husband a Ga j Co Robertson Lodge of Sept 16th vunia Co trnousnb4iyaynkdbuIhdingoiithepdr Soeled by the guard ducod i o Thursday Jan 29th has 11 wel my house in Olympia safely avei household and kitchen barrels per buggy and harness well is call w aad farm toelsless than MKS T J JACKSON making N Auctioneer each W uld The theMorgandi6 ItIghbnrh4u1a sister I of the late 150000 bigeekswas red uco eduoft Jan 21st peron1na AmOld 8rscompu tflson Dee of lower and daughter Mrs B Fran He was ab fndustrl barber who liked by bis neigh wrinkles a Eaerif frIends to Ho has all death tOflS i Ancrios AUCTION Beginning Tuesday afternoon Feb 3d 2 p m and contihuing from y to day until further notice iMus D S ESTILL FINK POSITION Clarence G McJ istcr lies secured a fine position tho otlice of U S Collector Robe at Lexington and will remove that city shortlyto reside urncos many friends are much ased at his success It is said at time position pays a ealury of 1200 per year ESTEKDED CALL The officers of Christian Church have extend a unanimous cull to Elder II A McDonald of Cadiz Ky to accept pastorate of tho church Uore e ensuing yoar Eldcr McDonald the reputation of a man of olarly attainments and bbs tu standing in tho ministry J SALEOn Thursday Feb 12th 10 a m I will sell on the prsm midway betvrcon Owl ngsvihlo Mt Sterling the Johnston A ung farm of about 30 acres 8room cottage good tobacco young orchard well water J II BLOBNT Administrator Cot WOOILET DcIDCol Chas Woolley died at his home in Cincinnati Saturday He was a of Judge Aaron VVoolley and andson of Robert Wickliire of Lexington Ho was aged 71 years was known to the older people this county from visits here looking after the family landed iaj teroEta here s FINE FARM SOLO Allioy W Young DeraooratJc State Chair od hits 180acre farm Wm cinathers place in the Sharpsbur- gighborhoodthe portion on the uth side of the pike to Robert ields at 85 per acre and that ithnr resi 4Ia s 1 ne iy 2 a1tjca I S5 I i I p 1 I t I a j 1ft 4 c Si FllkLhis dieenitc SMALLPOX SITUATIN4 Willis Ramsey fcase of srnallpnpc it two WOBK tsij by Drr Carter who contracted the 4 ing on u drummer at Morchead porter for some t having found th mallpnx requeste his omen The hen not know as to hisl til he appea1 we in the 2 The hayebc ropeatet during recent year ected that there outbreak of smallpT Thoy are alarmed ti have willingly ccination The a ow convalescent BOABD OF EqUALII Co Board of leted their won adjourned 1 it has not been f t is understood ks than last yea l property In not there was of 7000 property of the was sold pn to the South and the list wf he latter Taeen Hsled at E Th and Chins Ki V poaredbefore uth Penn Co v having the pr 360000 Thi ls that are t ago a product well per day ulated to be i 10000 The v cnly 10 barrel be worth 41 Poking Valley ht m producing heywereliste wore reduced this companys gest reductloi igland Cos Ii tad from300d otlon of 290 iate of the oil prone were J iv c- d 1 erican Telsphf J oohlrioofl5 3C0 but afte nys representarf5 a im Boardinar 6ap f Hedge has ali- s up In all nd Is a smooh sorts of face okes Dandruff Cu 5 q5 OLD COLORED MAN DEAD Speed logic a wellknown old colored mnn aged 78 a died Saturday and was burled Sunday Uncle in the CivilSpeed was a soldier war and was drawing a peneion Ho was industrious and particular Hy polite and every one had a kind lv regard for bins Ho was mar tied at least three times his last wife surviving him AOED LADT DEADtrs Amanda Crouch died Sunday at her home at Gratijgo City and was buried Monday at Bethel She was an aged lady the widow of Jessie Crouch who died about two years ago Slip leaves u number of chill den among them being Santford Walter of Baltimore Mdand Clark S Crouch of upper Prickly Ash The fatally have the sympa thy of many friends in their loss TOBACCO SALESJ M Richart purchased the following crops of tobacco in the Preston neighbor hood Harvey Carpenters at Cc Frank Carpenters at 6c John Milt Carpenters at 5e Tilford Cracrafts at CJc John Johnson and tennntP Jack Hattons and Eugene GintersatCJc Ed Greens at 5o YroP Gintor and Arch Carraichaels at 5Jc John Buck Gintors at 5Jc French the Continental tobacco buyer of Carlisle has bought and received the following crops of to bacco in the RoynoldsTille and Bethel neighborhoods J Match Coyles 1810 lbs at OJc Al Burns and tenant James Thomas Coylos at 7i and 4c Tollie Don nldson mid tenant Walter Hunts mt 7c Robert Shultss at 7c Cliff Hfirdin and tenant James Johnsons 15090 lbs at lie JohnWCorblnSPUrChaseS near Reynoldiville David Moore and A B Mannena at 5c with 10 off on Flat Creek RnJijrt Shields and ten b aja 1 p sJ s r a ir S ia i Si I I a i ii 4 4 ja frtqa s a 4 j IP t 4S4 f a a jC t a 5S S L P1aa a a tI rt Yt a 4 r i 57f- 5 r ts d t a 4 4 4i 4 fr Vaf r t I ata aa e F a 7 c 5v r IS A ca i IWl z- yS aJ pPrJ YS Th JAcKEIJIOR ONE PRICE THE LOWEST PRICE We receive newgoods every few days from our New York buyer And at PRICES THAT ARE ASTONISHING We present each week a few of our amazing prices that accurately represent the values in every article in our extensive stock See Our 10 and 5c Counters GLAOTRE NICE LINE OF SPRIHG EMBROIDERIES Corsets 50c 47i 25e iDa Stand Trtblo Covers 25c Flooring Oil Cloth25c yd Sweaters 45 25c Towels pr Be Sewing Silk spool 4c Chamhry Gingham 80 jd Curtain Poles lOc Drapery Loops for Curtains pr 5c Lonsdale Cambric yd ci HEFLIN 25 Envelopes 2c Counter Bonds f Mtns Hats 49o- Lidiea Shoes pr 65c up Childs 520c Mens Fine Shoes pr DOe up- Overalls pr45c35c Granite Chambers 27c 25o Extension Poles andBracketaprlOe Elsie Dinsmore Book 70c CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W T S Shrouts Old Stand COST hayeconcIuded to add a complete l1ne of Dry Goods and Notions to my large stock of Clothing Shoesand Glens Furnishing Goods In order to make room for spring purchases and to avoid carrying over winter goods I will continue selling all goods in stock at cost until stock is sufficiently red deed Dont forget this and go elsewhere and pay the usual profit a I hi roin to- JpI 1 t y t ca p q a a5 a k la f I s r pta I r eq I aS II a s I f af wf ye1arp i a a 4S5ap p 4i V J l a PaSlaa4 a e a ia 4aP 1 F aV r kSv aP i p 4 da I a5s ra a 1 p 5T 2 a 4 I a s I a i 4 a ai a i P aA 5S i r a ia P 8 5I c a t Tl a PeiS4 Sap 4SaZ I 55S 1 z i CS cS l ss a r 4 5 a a 2 5 2 J J a VS 5 a Sj q a Ssa C 2pra4t- a i ica 1L5r 4t- SJ y5a- SADDLESKARMiSS Why buy a shoddy socalled handmade or niachJneraada Saddle or harness when you can getstrictl fIrstchase goods1 made right hero ut homo and made tfof thefa 8t baktanneil I leather and by men that only makratehea5p Our KENTUCKY SPRIN64SAiI- s the easlet amideaslestrldlhgand mndiirnhilSaIdle utiO If yon try one sot of our handmade bugfcy hiihas yirhhL always use them I have the best lino ot saddlery gOO thu part of the State I anv Yours for bcft sac 8 and EuGENEMINIp SAL pTS ISO DRUGGIST I CIR4fluFOR HEN WOHEN MADE IN JOIIISVILlJri6r iV WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED SQLES +th r best wearing leather in the world For sale by Oscar Chandler8 Owingsvlll 8 i I MGoo COME ANDESnVcn4and5 aa 5r vsaaa 1 a e dSVsetdSa a a I p1 ra t e 4b p q i ir ks I t w at 4Ir551 a t45 kaSzr r aI Ee11a a SS Sil 1 5 Sc a a a F t a t 4 PS aiaa Is iaa itt i 55- a dP 5p tsi 5S a 34S5 f SSISlZk ts o aaia IEv c5tc= v 1f- r i e E IL8IL4ta ZV4u 2 1S a a kwIfa4eS5Ii i 4 5i tccosiS P5aIS5Iu 4PLS8a 4 l v tva 4 s r eS i 4 v55 1c- i raen are wearied find Tfl8deepf rUh6ughta of God who undt- sr nwrM through all their nose ot id doubt And worksJIli own sublime and chansje less plans Nor Iski Ills wisdom to be led by man Andrsiihcev thero js no light within so bright a that which shines around the fault less throne Where cherubim are gathered day and nlgttt And God speaks often kindly to Ills own Then let us boldly como by night or day wants of man are manifold they supplied Hl3 needi are bounded hot by bread or low Lifeluxuries to gratify his pride But something cries tor beauty from within 86 there lacravlng for the things that Ho Beyond the senses for the spirits own Arid there Is hunger and the yearning crji Forlove that leaves us not at last alone Ve would enlarge our boundaries obey The higher calling therefore I et us- Ptay Ella Beardsley In Boston Watchman KIDNAPPED qiLidNAIRES AvTal of Wai Street Ly FREDERICK U DAMS MY8tERXpN MYB RT hundreds of columns of space devoted by the I TeW York morning papers io the great event could have been ondensed a few para Graph 8O ar a8 any truc explanation of the jnystery was concerned Six men whose combined Wealth JSyaS variously estimated at from 500000000 to 1250000000 had dis appeared as suddenly and completely jj as the carth had opened and evf allowed them Four of them vileswp Isnce Kent Haven and Mor toiirrHad been in the laltera office abouiPiour oclock da Monday after noon Ate Mortons secretary was sure thep held no conference at this XJuspend busies Luge AH a ic ember arose scuss this proposition n messenT ger entered and hamleTl the president a letter It read as follows Jir M L Morton tfew York City Dear Sir This Is to Inform ypu thai am alive and well I shall be obliged to remain away from the city for a short time possibly several weeks You and my relatives and friends need not have the slightest fear for the safe return bf triyself and the gentlemenwho ar6 ke pV Ing me company I remain very truly yours PALMER J MOntON May Tho letter was in Air Jlortois handwriting and had been positively identified ns genuine by his private secretary and by the oldest clerks jn his office These facts were hurrjed ly explained to the president ofthe board of governors who adjourned the meeting and sounded the gong for attention on the floor of thercx change At that moment pandemo nium reigned A score of trading houses had failed and others were on the point of suspension Banks were calling loans Money rwas quoted at 200 per cent on call loans with giltedged stock ns security Sugar was hovering around par n drop of more than points in less than 48 hours The nerverucked Brokers expected the announcement of yet more disastrous news and lis tened stolidly as the chairman waved his hand for quiet cleared his voice and began his reading No one heard more than the close of the first sen tence I am alive ondweilj Thc joyous voice of the jea eu oil chairman told thein thaY jKe mes sage was from Palnierv 7 fiorton echoed by the vast mob whlchAlefied the police and fcwarinl and Wall streets Tlieeithusiastie clerks and customers cheered from every window The panic was ended Tribes moved violently upward In half nn hour the face of the market wan changgdjt In the whirl ofSpeciSative joy some stocks passed the high figures which had been reached at the 6pcningon ilonday morning But while the agony of suspense was passed and it was knovimthnt the missing njqnwere safe the case was yet shrouded in a mystery deep as even At the close of the day the market stood on h plane which nver aged nbout ten points below the leve1 established before tbc hiatjcrs of finance and speculation had vanished It was noticed that Street llpgers were persistent buyers from the mo ment the first news of the Morion letter was made public Their sales were so small as to show that they represented but profit taking for regular customers and not thjj inense holdings of long sto had been absorbed during the of tliepanic rment into ah inner room In amo jinenl he reappcarefX opened the con the visitor ihtbMr Van norije T rivate office As she entered Van Homo of flee Miss Oirmodj paused in evident surprlBC but witljno sign of confu sion nsr Mr Williaitt Chalmers bowed and danced to ineet her I am pleased iQ receivfr you and hope I may fie ot some service yonMls Carmpdy said Mr Chal mers as he motioned his visitor toa jsca on a divan My name is Chil men I am Mr Van Homes manag ing editor J had expected to meet Mr Van Home said Miss Carmody Tliere was disappointment in the tone of her yoice Mr Van llorne is ia Europe sold Mr Chalmers as he took his place at his desk and brushed aside the ob trusive butt of a halfsmoked cigar He went on some important busi ness and noanhquncement was made of his departure Mr Van Homo Jeft for Europe two weeks ago He is now Bomewhere5in Jlussia That is very unfortunate Jd Miss Carraody The tears glistened i only by a tooevident exercise of will power Miss said Chalmers in his rapid but cordial manner if your desire to see Mr Van Home arises from any mission in which Usq llerord is concerned I am fully authorized to take his place In hii absence there js practically no limit to my authority The eyes of the young lady bright ened She looked nt the hnndsomo face of the joun managing editor with a mingled expression of hop and doubt I am afraid yoU cannot do that which I had intended to ask 1ilsi Carntudy said iUCRn do anything except siihpend the publication ofvthe paper replied Chalmers with prompt fervor shquld be tempted to even do that ii JJ i KISS THE JIYINE WOOING What God Has Done to Win Sinful Man Back to Himself Allennlird Ity Sin Man Find flecon clllnllon Through Chrlflt Jeion Sermon by the HlKhwar aud Iljrwnjr Preaqlier- Copyrlcht by A V Kellogg News paper Co Chicago Jnn 25 Text Now then wo are ambassadors for Christ as thouch Godld beseech you by us we pray you In Christs stead be ye reconciled to Ood For lie hath made Htm to b sin for us Who knew no gin that we mlsht be made the righteousness of God In Him II Cor 62021- A love htory with the triune God ns the wooer the world as the ob ject of His affection and those who have accepted Christ as Saviour and Lord as the ambassadors of God to carry the love messages to the world which He seeks to win back to Him self A love story is always readable and fascinating A true love story more than any other appeals to the human heart Fiction is all well enough in its place but there is noth ing that stirs ns a chapter from renl life There is always added interest and power in a Htory which we know to be based on facts Our text is suggestive of love and loves great yearning Separation has come The world baa been lured and enticed nway from the True Lovers side Reconciliation is sought The True Lover is willing to sacrifice His great est treasure to win back the wan dering one Who is there who truly loves who would not be willing to t hun ger might be satisfied Why that is the test of love Be rause the mother loves the hViirB and days and perhaps month and years which mark the separation tif the son or daughter from the shel ter of the Koine wandering she known not whither are periods of unbroken heart yearning and an guish Ah if the boy would only re turn home and cease his wanderings There is nothing she would not give if only the could win him back again Because Jacob loved he could serve seven long years to win Ilachel to wife and they seemed unto him but a few days for the love he had to her And when La ban his father inlaw dealt deceitfully with him and gave him Lrah to wife instead love made him patient to serve seven more years for Ilachel- Bccatisc the father of the prodigal tjon loved not u day went by after the wayward boy left but that he watched eagerlyjluv roadway for the return of the from the far country L of angtls to do JEils good pleasure but alllhe and j y arid glory of the Heivenl j Taces could not give His heirt rest or satisfy His love Not evn the love of Jesus Christ His Soil cbuttMatisfy the longing of the Father And Jesus Christ felt the heart throbs of God for the world lovedi the lost xvorld that He was willing to leave all the glory in Hcaveil in order that lie might help God n His wooing The world was separate forever from God because of sin That barrier had to be swept cway before man could be won back to God wages of sin is death The penalty of sin must be paid as the price of reconciliation And therefor the Sinless One of fered Himself ns mans substitute and became sin for us that we might be made thelrighteousneas of God in Him And if ire would understand the manner of the wooing of God we must study the attributes of the Lover Himself In human love affairs the character and temperament of the lower determines to very large de gree the methods which he will fol low In winning alas object of his af fections and it is because of what God is and what He longs for that the wooing of the world back to Him self is so faithfully and completely nc complished God is n righteous Lover and as such He cannot permit or countenance un righteousness in the object of His af fections He hates sin with nn eter nal hatred which has planned the ultimate and utter destruction of the devil and his nngeln In the lake of fire Fellowship and communion of man with man is dependent upon sim ilarity of tastes and of aspirations There can be no fellowship and com munion between God the Lover and the world the object of His affections while its desires are centered upon the things of time and while its aspira tions reach not higher than the hu man life God the righteous Lover cannot swerve one hairs breadth from the eternal trulh of His word Love with Him does not mean blindness It Is not the weak devilish human sub stitute for true love which covers up and condones sift and wrongdoing on the part of the object of the affections God is the righteous Lover who must punish sin and Who chastens His peo pie Who sends upon them pestilence and famine and cruel captivity when they wander from Him and indulge In sin God the righteous Lover cannot nbide in the dwelling place of sin and the world Cannot come to Him until it Is from all unrighteous ness and for this He has marvelously provided by the sacrifice of His Son God Is a jealous Lover arid jealousy uswillls ne who when in the service of oneper bn iurns about and betrays his trust rito the hands of another And oh tow many Christians have forgotten their high celling in Christ Jesus and are betraying their trustl A atn ragBadors of Jesus Christ we are sent nto the world oil otie mission that of telling the love message of God and seeking to win lost souls The am bassador must know intimately th one who has sent him on his mission o you oh ambassador of JeeiJsChrWj enow your Lord intimately The am bassador must come direct from the resence of the king as he goes on his mission he must receive his last in structions ns to just how to carry the mission to a successful issue As you go upon your mission oh ambassador of Jesus Christ do you come direct rrom the presence of your Lord with ast instructions to guide you in the task before you The ambassador nust feel and believe his message Your human love or yoUr human faith will never succeed in winning a caul for 3od You must have Gods heart of love you must have His faith if you would prove a successful ambassador for Him If we are going to stand in Christs stendt we must have His love we must have His faith Human love can compass this life but it takes the Divine love to reach into the eternities Human faith may carry one througt lifes problem to the edge of the grave but it takes the Divine faith of Jesuit Christ to carry one through the black ness and death of the tomb into tha light end glory of the Celestial City As ambassadors of Jesus Christ wo ought to begin to cry to God to give us His love to fill us with the faith of Jesus Christ EC that we would bo equipped for the greatest mission upon which man has ever been sent Then we shall be able to stand in Christs stead in the world and besceci the world to become reconciled to God Ami ns we carry on the wooing for God we will find sinful hearts melting like snow under the midday sun We will find that the spirit of God will wonderfully coop erate with us and aid us as we tell the love story Oh Christian be a true ambassador for Christ Oh unsaved soul We pray you in Christs stead be ye reconciled to God For He hath made Christ to be sin for us Who knew no sin that we might be made the righteousness of God in Himt WEIGHING ONES WORDS An Alpine Experience That Sagrafeata What Evil SIny B Wrought br Careleai Speaking At some points in the Alps the guides warn tourists not to tnl rtto sing not even to whxi f jfepHng which enable Srain and nobler quali the experience of ot strength into their hearts ers the mood of anxiety thyf J f speaking a word of c akes their difficulties seem g jieir burdens heavier and the ws altogether hopelessr Soaklnsr In iI mean to give my boy a fine on said a prosperous businej ijjr the country relative across elds he was walking He sha j Ye can pour n all y r3Sijf BySJaSe itsoak in deaf old farmer catching f t word and applying It to the tip of and on which his own i lights were fixed But he vh more truly than he Vered had he heard fTo ViXteverhls desires can really f Ton Hecan lavish upon him lantage but the FoakinginV es tion All the home trainin g ys love human and divine X wondrous discipline of life tea fine character except as have it so Earth nnd Heave Ztr out their advantages but t f fpriation of them rests will c Jfes alone Welispring j ne on and LOTC- tA s a ove rtory and not a s biIosophy The Gospel is i pan unreasonable thing S more reasonable beca estament is Come let us r ther1 The cry of the Ne nt is Come unto Me and iyou rest The message o YOU may i an jet defined itsfragranc o reason them out 1 i lt w win the world if ifl Grape from Canaan ie tWieds of lpve may jieed sto gloomy religion is as t make poor patterns o cherish an enmity in the J The roan who fly there is no gB the world lias mistaken a S the universe m It will be time enough to wlien we have finished t Svpiitury of our own faults GOT A NEEDED LESSON Ba la For t the jJalt and H r Baa for Her Metnorri The forgetfulnew of strvaati the bant of all A London merchant hat servant yrno although pottctsiog good qualities was at hrst very forgetful times vh n jomething etsential was sure to be lacking from tbe tablerelatei the New York Times One day the family were seated at the table and the bell was rung as usual The girl diningroomMaria run and fetcb the big itepladderdown from the attic and bring it here Maria who bad been disturbed at her dinner gave a grunt of dissatisfaction but ran up the three flights of stair to fetch down the ladder In about fiv mioutei the returned to the room panting with her exertion Now said Herr B put it up at Maria did at ihe wa told and when the Was at the top Herr B quietly ob eivedMarit you have nowgot a better riew than we have ju t look around and tell ui if you can tee any salt on tbe table Mr wife and I could not find it This cettled tbe business Maria has sever forgotten tbe le on HIT BEFORE THE SHOT The Villain In a Bfrlodrama Clrea- aa Exhibition at KarTcIoas- MarUamaaaklp It was in a downtown theater recently and the climax of a tragedy tvca approach ing Leading toward this supreme mo ment the villain lolling in a summer garden bad been challenged to a duel with the hero cays the Chicago Tribune Fight mel Fight mel and the villain too full for further utterance at the mo ment pointed toward bottle standing awayIhe glance and looked Watch It was the villains cue word and be was so intent upon tremg that none of it laconic force vras lost on the audience that he must have been clow with the action Just as his revolver appeared from a rear pocket and was rising in the villains right BingleUnffleting dozenieceirhed villain with the unejtploded weapon in his hand stood there with fallen jaw and lowering arm while the simply went to pieces ia tbe delirium of its joy Flr Xeed of a Doctor about a Chinese doctor who didnt satisfy his patient The sicker the patient grew i J Lf r t the unsuccessful physician At last when fl r ii i j t was imminent ths relative laid violent bands on the unfortunate doctor and ty ing him up to a tree started to admin ister smart heating But while his assail II fes fe j a way of prov- i are eased b trcome Swelling J signs et urine with brick d1 Colored excessive infc frequency wlve remove Relieve heart palp liead jbe nervousnej IVUVIUJAUi IJtK ec 0V 1UV4 received tha furpackage of without help Jyia Evere pain imall of my bac The Pills hc- lsraan nt once amj now after three we whose pnJn in mybjack is all gone and have longer annoyed with having to oss the of ten during the night as formerly e want not speak too highly for what Doai replied ncy Pills have done for me lam ny used Doans Kidney Pills yes and ARTHUB okethe htbave CLEVEUIND KT Dec 28 902 fathr waa laid up in bed with my ba educate every proc iimeelf are tual ed the incen and all cannot esta nd ise to Jo empties highly diseased Grape Ton ic will be sent frea to any add drnggfat AUdruggtata heart RE YOU SATISFIE en one The Aro you entirely satlsned from the roods yoa buy and with prices that you parr wledgo Over 2000000 people mrotradlne ever uS and getting titlr goods at mtal fricts V Our 1000pars catsJoeuewlUb on receipt of 15 cents It tells the st unor rest rms of- on CHICAGOTbe the truth the WESTERN CAM ending HAS FREfe HOMES F- OR7VULLIONounsei T rpwaws of 1 can twra settled la Wonderfal ellm wj rf facUlimirrortbe only cbarge being for tniry oilnOJtrai etc RKperlntetKlent or MAVIliamiX Hrath Befor W aUh Nina out of t n ailment first h wtB selves in conitipttion Mtdical sUtisticr suffer ro diseases com A great talk Is made bout ocriumptlon bat constipation killil more people than consumption Withinf the last years a has been dit of tiich mer t in coring constipa tion and its consequences that now over ten million boxes of CASCARETS ire ipld every year tbe greatest sail ever attained any one medicine in the world and this is strongest proof that it is the best and all more than claimed If are s sufferer give CASCARETS a trial and right here we want to warn you o get the because all great sue cesses breed imitations Tbe genuine t i s Uri the cover Every Cascaret tablet is stamped C C C Jn ai an Eiperlment j I cannot live without ypu he urged I just as an ein- ose you try it see I do not want to natter yqubut I havi sufficient confidence us It was demonstrated to him how delicately a thin j may be put Cbicatjo Beantlfnl Indian Terrlfory The mecca for the homeseeker and in vestor wonderful results greater possibili dian Territory line towns are directly on it lines Write for pamphlets James Barker Pas M K T Ry 101 Wainvrright Bldg St Louts Xot So 1U ai That j Sympathetic Listener In those dreary desolate wastes Mr Dashpole I suppose you grew fond even of your does Returned Arctic Explorer Heavens no miss We had plenty of pemmican and wal rus meat Chicago Mother Gr For Children used by Mother a nurso in Childrens Home New York break Colds cure Feverlshness Constipation Htomach and Teething1 Disorders and de Worms AH 25c FREE Address A BOImstedteRoyJJY Didnt Concern Him Lawyer Tbe jury has brought in scaled in youictt3T Prisoner Well court t Evining Stopa the Contth and works off the cold Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Price 25 cents Little Girl A pound of teak please J j t nAt amaied Why Litlle Oirl Caute if its tender father eats it all London Taller GreensIOspecialists in the world Read their advef another column of paper Fljra Somehow Jack cannot seem to get up couragt to propose to me Dora SFtrhaps he afraid say ye jladelphia Evening Bulletin in ft day Chicago to Califor- nd Washington Cbic- arlhWestern Lw III Sinl K i S O f I v i FOSTZRMILBCTW Ca Buffalo NV now 57 Please send ne by mail without cparca mcdi Doaaa Kidney lli until I yame Pastofflce I Stat ck and TAXTCB YOUR SUrTERIIW OVst AFFLKITKHI WILL VANISH Mo Cnra ConstINitlKrl- ion the bowels move entire adily system must suffer Constipation mort equently occur among women and it manj itself in provoking profuse other aerioua female Eegular owelaTrlll resultin a completecure when you Mulii Grape pills arid cathartics this remedy V mild entle laxative in addition to being a greater cshbuildcr boodmakr and 8trengtn giTer tancod Uver oU of any preparation icominended for that purpose onio wilt permanently cunhe most obstm can of constipation nd the niimerbos nictionj that invariably follow ia its wake matter if piles liver kidney isorder vertigo palpitation of the heart i larrbeft or the wnicb follows U J remains in thebowelswhere it pQtrefieeandK ems intotbe BUCI as typhoid and will post tiveljrcvfre iLarga sample nils Grape Tonic at CO cento a bottle infortbb Veown eru or rHOOect Ibrtbe p UoaofoarcoIceseeOi Indocoyoatotrrthetaweii feflSCeatm It Mrta tiffui llUu IsnmunUcmlnrrat tailiel ot rhirmttiffflowriMd ioU andloMof cbolea t r atif Soi t cririUioarcratntalogaatelUn lar Or TcotUte Bromns Spelta I PAT SPOT CMS LANDWARRANTS unldiwn FREK nsc VUKF reduced fiLiaaiciwaffij Iraml Bert Coiwh Srrup la time Sad br aatbo CONSUMf SHiJAV as I gJ 5t STATE NEWS PICKUPSt INJUNCTION GRANTED Th Collection of County Taxes On i Covlngton Property 11 Covlngton Kyt Jan 23In the suit- 1 1i Of H B Hulefeld against the sheriff of Kenton county to prevent the collection of county taxes on property in- the city or Covlngton Judge Tarvln in the Kenton circuit court granted a temporary injunction restraining the sheriff from collecting taxes Acting under an appellate court de s5r VIsion in the case of Richardson vs Bosko the Kenton fiscal court claim t ed the right to assess city of Coving ton property for county purposes and S 1Ilevied a tax of 38 cents Hulefeld was one of several hundred Covlngtonlans who resisted this la this decision Judge Tanin held 4 that the city was separated from Ken ton county for governmental purposes this being so recognized by acts of the legislature from 1842 down by the cot stitutional convention adopting Section 344 applying to Kenton county alone and by the appellate court in 1898 in a local suit ENTRiES TO THE STAKES Over 150 Different Owners in the Lou I vllle Jockey Club List- S Louisville Ky Jan 22Over 150 g different owners are represented in the list of entries to the stakes of the new Loulsvilln Jockey club Including nil of the lending western stables Omit ting tho steeplechase handicap which naturally has ayjlmlted number the iiakes have aged over 100 each 991 entrIes as fol Debutante 93 Bashford Manor 98 i Juvenile 96 Clark handicap 71 Fehr SS Bluegrass si Steeplechase 35 Kentucky Derby 137 Kentucky Oaks 106 Nursery 187 Shot the Wrong Man MIddlcsboro Ky Jan 23Prank 4Adams a Louisville Nashville em ploye was shot perhaps fatally late Wednesday night in a fight with Jas Henderson Adams had quarreled with Will Miracle of Wasloto Ho saw Henderson and mistaking him for Miracle fired at him breaking his leg I Henderson fell but returned the fire shooting Adams twice in the abdo men May Build Large School I Stanford Ky Jan 23Hon P M McRobcrts representing RU Rev Wil I liam George McCloskey of Louisville has bought from O L Richards f5 acres of land at Ottenhelm for 1500 I There arc two houses on the land It is the intention of Bishop McCloskey It is understood to build a large school 4 win Qo To Oregon a New Castle Ky Jan 23Rev Earl 4 j IX Sims has resigned as pastor of the Baptist church at Sulphur eight miles from here to become state evangelist In Oregon He returned from China t tj ffhowasa i i S a tS ti t I t5 4 2 t 1t h15 t wC5Sz 4 4- t i 4 j I a b t1 ik j- IiiZ1 4 r r1 t5 Se jA t t55f jb2rztc 1Itr c ezvir15r i J i it t i J S4 i q t Z 11 i a r tI r4M 7II a tS3 I it Vpa ae rt p54S t 1Laz tC lt rb 1 SSiir e t r Aj i t 4Id i 4 atS j i 7zvb i t etrI WAGON TURNBD OVEB A Wealthy Farmer Killed In s Pe culiar Manner Henderson Ky Jan 24Henry Robards one of the countys leading farmers find a brother of David Ro bards senior member of the Robards Tobacco Co of this city was killed in a peculiar manner Ho was driving along the road near his home at Ni agara when the wagon ran against a rail which was loaning against a fence and was turned over Mr Robardx fell under the wagon and was Instant ly killed He was 73 years of ago and was wealthy and prominently connect ed all over the county DAMAGES AND INJUNCTION Suits Drought By Horns Co Against Louisville Tobacco Concerns Louisville Ky Jan 22The Homo Tobacco Co Wednesday filed two suits against the Ixmlsvillo leaf tobacco ex change the Louisville Tobacco Ware house Co and members of the two or ganizations In one suit an Injunction is sought In the other judgment Is naked for 35000 damages In both portions It is alleged that the defend ants have formed an unlawful comb nation in restriction of trade and have boycotted the plaintiff ECCENTRIC MAGISTRATE Fined a Farmer 50 and Costs For Pulling Wifes Hair Owcnsboro Ky Jan 24It cornea high for a McLean county farmer to pull his wifes hair M A Hinton of Beech Grove was tried before Justice Utile a wellknown but eccentric country magistrate and fined 950 and costs The charge against Hinton was ordinary breach of the peace which consisted of fighting with his wife and pulling her hair A Notable Wedding Lexington Ky Jan 22The mar Tinge of Henry Ollver of PltUburg Pa and Miss Eliza Wheeler Robin son of this city was celebrated Wed nesday night at Christ church cathe dral Dean Baker P Leo officiating Owing to the prominence of the con tracting parties the wedding was one of the most brilliant attain of Its kind In this city Body Found In the Canal Louisville Ky Jan 24A floater found In the canal at the foot of 2fitn street here has been identified as the body of John McGuIre a contractor of this city who disappeared from his home here December 3 His brothers Father McGulro of Columbus O spent some time here In search of the missing man Louisville Tobtfco Msrke I ouiioille Ky Jen 21 TJ jacr n rkt inui sat fatcr H inei day uibrmgh the fftrlnss were no all up to the average The total aaloa were 1022 hbds Of these 957 bhds wore burley and 65 hhds dark tobac Inal Inspections 82fiJhhdR S Sob s ci P i SS II war Ss icr c jS4 115SSt J ts4 l I af i 7 iii c i v4w- b 1 I I 4c a t 1 4 bzc 1 7a s 4 p j Sr 5W i t i SSa5 saL j ZJ 4 a4 c frj jA 15arj i c 5a j 4S I fr 55 V r I I I P COL PHILIP DEITSCH DEAD edANoted Cincinnati Chief of Police Pass Away Friday Cincinnati Jan 24Col Philip ijl Deitsch chief of the police department of this city died at 1020 Friday morn ing The chief had been ill with bron chial pneumonia for several days and his death was not unexpected EkeA passed away surrounded by a loving wife and members of his family Col Deltschs fame was not confined to Cincinnati and was known through out the United States as one of tho greatest police chiefs in the world day He was president of the National Bu the rcau of Identification with headquor tere at Chicago Ho was a 32d degree mason and past commander of Hansclmann com mandery and a member of the Sc otad tlsh Rite and the Mystic Shrine and the Scottish Insurance Ho was also a member of the various G A R or ganizaUons bl Philip Dcltsch was born October 7 1840 in a small town in the vineyard district of Rhenish Bavaria of Ferichag 5i AH the and German parentage When jbe years of ago ho came to this country and settled in Cincinnati At the age of 1G he enlisted in the United Staof inAt1SC1 his time expired but he reenlist ed His company was part of the army th of the Potomac In the Fifth army dticlpatedHe was wounded at the battle of thhefrturnedpointed on the police force Histhvance in the police was rapid Ho soon was promoted throt igr WHedur esIngIn 1873 ho resigned to accept a post thheldMayor Amor Smith Jr appointed him chief of police and since then be had acted as chief executive of thehpartmento stTHESISDliy 5a t a L I SS fl I 1 4 j 5 a lt4 2 SS Si s JL1 SS r1I a i SS IS pS t i a5rSIi r Ss 5f SS e t b 5SSS 1 SS S at gaged Rovie t the senate ar long dts- tun thand a i2 Sharlea M Sherman Pl die pro- 3Iare old showman f5j the SUU he amassed I beli tn the museOat ColUm 5 5ceo sOn tot- l Death From ihe PiagueC SiT 24ThereFriday Ti Bl tine iss4 ftQTfl the plague Is of of patent in the hoter rin sheds um refuglio entira tie 13usIUCS continues zed Nonunl nMefl Attackedhe il5i us 1sitUatt0PlttS rur5a ks re Wi e U rtWO week V Stau1 rtnd5 Friday qutheji on a l t i 4iIIed By us Roommate tftt Me Tail 24ThOcLty iling 5 old a trav- ndiafl 47 yCXS late Of Iowa WftS bot Friday nIght nafl bt- iteMlUCU3 E- quarrcI eir kfp t EENcELD- r Do- san Seltlid T11 Veek Third Proposltlof Stating the Na dlate Mie ture of the Bowen Is Prepared to For Vene in diszuelafoMaraeniboafternoon FortSan Carlos was In of possession a the government forces and tho bombardment by the such Ourman warship fas still going on I Puerto Cabello Venezuela Jan 20 th Persons in close tenth with the blocking forces that the Germans have captured Forl Ban Carlos which and of commands the entrance to Lake Mara calbo and thatlUie fort has been i AlownBrussels dispatch to the Petit Bleu froml3rlIn states that an ar tollby the United Status gorernme4will be charged with the administration of all the mar and Itlmo customs offices of Venezuela llr Rome Jan 26Tho Patria asserts tothatyoraisedWashington Jn 26A long confer th mire between Minister Bowon and Sir Michael Herberi the British ambathsailor beginning at noon further conferences between Sir Mlsi chael Signor Mayor des Planches the Italian ambassador and Count Quadt daffaires Indicat inedSunday over tbtrVenozuelan situation the negotiators Decline to discuss results of Sundays meeting but general statoraentsjiy them of the sit g nation Sunday night warrants hope of early relief la significant of what has the last 21 foursBy this time the London Berlin and foreign offices are In possession Mr Bowens third proposition stat in g the nature of Jhe guarantee he is epared to offer for VeBezujplflxU his Initial JgEomplled with and iseMinister Bowen and also the state p department ire greatly Impressed with t e attitude of the representatives ii IcWashington of the allies throughout e present negotiations While act g at all tlmfta under Instruction MomMxpeditedeir ward manner of don J Ing with VeAfiuela8 repreaentatlvo tfact base4peciaiiy applied to th- ashington ofcials whoa while not articipattng1h the preliminaries nec sarlly are Trlt Uly Interested In thel sults Altboth Germany Is te fIIng a special envoy here tocoadtttV e negotiation for her MlnUlerBow has taken Occasion repress hla absolute satlRfricUpn St manner whIch r lrCCntC d is governmet cnnar chart f course hosib g under In tIruetionswas made Su Af Bowen and an office t V hlnKton go V rnrnent th Activity or p live from the dayiot rival and the Judgment fhaa done much to P ti rint R solution of tha i ttia1tuetOtftt0 ftg tho e1 s ilssloners Looking Worlds Fair Bite J Klmm Kliiehl rthe Imperial Tapane ro Louisiana Pun n has arrived here ac Jt1sstoPe K Yabashi no three mem commission The foui i spent Sunday In look worlds fair site and ac selves with the maps 1S 5Si5Lt they nay decide on a pans hulldlnf and or ic speak English flu rs 1 IE PBETCNOER founts iirai Marching Vltli a Large Force an 26r News from Fes ry Zt states that the pro ifcuiara was then adano kd of large forces and had rf point 25 miles from Fez f an warf expected anJ s S an8 main army whlcli a S u river be defeat l hat the city of Fdfall tnt the Didnt Save Her e an 26Mro Alice Bar ne Missouri Baptist sat was the first St Louis om tbja Iqrmalln solu ftfor blood poisoning re ly fidxby Dr Barrows oj x been Rpplied IdewtdS I 76 flr tale to Ihi e5ItIs halfner age T1i ed t is n ritL1qs fln ee in to iii Cost 570 iilade1i hiLJtn 2CTbe mos tabb0 5s for stenographic ye In this country It U ev fporting the pro mrtal wp otial iaUas Ofllcer to Veet th aiv nTTax Jin 2t4 quaran col tif thtflKe th officers the iW states will take plade here Monday upon a niiformrefiaC4 s for the gulf ports for StoryNes the thrteciary office buIldIngs 11 Mur ray rtt Sunday damaged the ttcttl to the extept of aho bout Will L0c1cA11 dtstrOYe jotntn Tb r- a7 i j IIFTYSEVENIH CONGRESS wSecond Session Washington Jan 21SenateTh0 atoTuesday passed the legislative executive and judicial appropriation Wheatafr statehood bill was ta iip MrvQuay demanded an Immo vote coupling his demand with statement that he did not care whether any senators desired to speak the subject or not Mr Boverldgo cussed the measure opposing state for Oklahoma Arizona and Nor xico On the conclusion of his re rks Mr Quay submitted a number propositions for the fixing of a diy when a vote could be taken but to all Mr Beverldgo objected Senator lanna spoke briefly In opposition toe bil- lHousoTho house passed the DI4 rlct of Columbia appropriation bill subsequently began consideration the Philippine coinage bill The general debate on the District bill was argely devoted to discussion of the aska boundary line dispute Mr Cochran Mo denounced as a cow ally surrender the course of tho state department Mr Hepburn la ok up the challenge and countered th the charge that democratic ad ministrations had surrendered tho ter ritory between latitudes 49 and 5140 also the republic of Texas Wlillo Cochran was speaking of the truckling policy of the United States Great Britain a stylishly dressed ung woman In the gallery leaned for and cried out You He Sheen left the gallery- Washington Jan 22SenateFor ree hours Wednesday Mr Burnham N H addressed the senate In oppo tion to the omnibus statehood bill Becoming fatigued he suspended his remarks until Thursday Mr Cullom explained tho necessity for consider tho Cuban reciprocity treaty anti ipenled to Mr Quay to permit on ex ecutlve session The latter refused and the matter was put to a vote with the result that the senate refused too Intq executive session 37 to 27 which was the first test vote on the statehood bill Toward the end of the day Mr Hoar criticized the president r expressing his approval or disap rovni of bills before congress had acted on them House The house spent Wednesday debate on the Philippine coinage bill TIm minority offered a substl tut providing for tho introduction of tiie American currency system into the land and it received powerful sup from Mr Hill rep Ct who do dared on the floor that the proposi ion for the extension of tho Amcrl an system had the support of Sccrc tary Shaw and other high officials of i the treasury department Those who participated In the debate were essrs Cooper Wls Jones Va addox Ga Patterson Tcnn Sha Col Crumpacker led Wil lama III Hill Ct Cannon IIU Robinson fInd and Wllliams 8U s Washington bill Jan 523ScaateTtit tentior ot vhe Stuato Thursday except or a few routine matters which came during the morning hour After a brief executive session an adjourn mont was taken House Tho house leaders wenl down to signal defeat Thursday when the house by a vote of 146 to 128 re jcotcd the Philippine coinage bill rc ported by the insular affairs commit tee anti adopted the substitute offerer by the minority for the introducti- ri ill ofvAmerican currency and thg Ame can coinage system In the Islands The Intinlar committees Incliidea in ita UMnff5rfir of the most iil i the house Mr nMrcsT chairman of ways anil jburn tf I- nitcbc ndartl in the islan na enohiniauit a a Hut a nsld ale of twp pesos for Slffffr canThe majority mem lead Jir fight for their bill J aid Mr iftnbor of repuu wlth the fljO Cnar vote under the t O5at llr Fowler N edtIlv j3 r-w AJd hea treas iir Viif ere quoTea on the tIc or favoring tbtrshbstltute aided in the overthrow of the committee bill Washington Jan 24 Senate The Statehood bill again occupied the at iigtheoccurred In which senators on both 1neralatlon Mr Burnham continued his re marks in opposition to the admission of Oklahoma Arizona and NewMexico Dnrinr the morning hour Mr Falr ban rd anQneffectual attempt to M suiwratlon of the Immlgra nhaHouse The house passed 235 pri pesions ofGenyPickingbill was passed It provides for the representation of the territory of Alas ka in the house nf representatives by ahipCionsast Tuesday In September The first elegate Ia to be elected next autum a and is to hold a seat in the 58th con gross Five Trainmen Hurt Great Falls N D Jan 24 Two Great Northern freights were In col llslon at Des Laces Edward county Five men were Injured three serious The engine set fire to a large ele vator and U was burned also seven freight cars BuildingWashington I Longjey of the Smithsonian instltu ylansStates national museum to cost not exc ed 3000000 JUbilatIon on the Isthmus Colon Colombia Jan 24The news received here rlday that the canal treaty between the United States and Colombia had been signed caused uch Jubilation throughout the lath us and hopes are expressed that tho nited States will soon begin work on e canal Dormitory Building For Yale New Haven Ct Jan 24 Frederick slgfiedormitory building to Yale university the Sheffield scientific school Mexicans and Negroes Fight Nacogdocnes Tex Jon 26Ingeneral fight between Mexicans and Negroes gn the farm of the Angelina rchard Co William McGee the whlto ru ian was killed and four Mexi caas were badly cut t k probabl T- CAUGHT BY THE GRIP R E L EAS E 5S 1Sj Congressman Ceo jSA Noted Sculptress Cured N la it The world of medicine recognizes Grip as epi demic ca tarrh Medical Talk iIA5aST A GRIPPE Is catarrh It ias5ouajIonality The cultureil and the ignorant the aris topvat and the pauper the and jAe elaases are subject to la grippe None are exempt all are II able Have you the grip Or rather has the you Grip is well named The original French term la grippe has been shortened by the busy Amcr Scan to read grip Without Intending to do so a new word has been coined that exactly describes the case As If druggist a Perana Maude Belle taid the other day when she caw you trying to get up such n despcix ate flirtation with Youngrox she could MarinSheBaltimore American j The rich man is tie trustee of In this way you see humanity monty ii kept profitably invested instead of bein S spent for food and drink and ery1ucktree through trains dailClicagc lifurnia Chicago Union zacihe YeJtern Line me take a long time to malift ups horn r t +iRKE1EPCPTS CincVeiaU Jan 24 CATTLDr ommOn 3 23 3 90 Butchr Aers i T6 4 PAT Oo 5n paapl7 6 65 iied 0 HEEPExta 4 25 LAMBSExtzz 5 75 5 so IWHEATNo 20 83 No 3 red 73 RYE47OATSNoNo 2 B7A 29APPLESFancy 55BUTTERCh 50PORKClear j 00TOBACCONewOld 760 16 25 85WHEATNo 47OATSNoRYE No 2 50 1750LARDNew York 65WHEAT C2OATS66PORKA LARD Steam 10 40 WHEATNo 2 red 82r 82 75CORNNo42yCATTLEHOGS 7 00 7 10 Louisville 77CORINo i OATS No 2 mixed 3SA 50LARDSteam Indianapolisn thCORNNoOATS No 2 mixed c 34I le some hiileousyiont with a vful Grip had clutchid us in its fatal clasp Men womep children whole towns and cit ies art caught in the baneful grip of a terrible monster 1TT retan foe Mrs Thcophile Schmitt wiftVf tie ExSecretary of the German Consulate writes the following letter from 341T Wabash avenue HIAI suffered tills wimer a sever 5I attack of la grippe Af ter si g thfer bottles of Ieruna I found tIgrip 1 aianppearedMrs r Sclirii Ask yotir for free humanity othenP dltams Cnicago Baltimore Western Chicago ABSOLUTES I Cenulne iartersft- t1eLiver PifisM- Ciot Bear Signztture of ec ta oakasagugp iAiTEffsL I PrIce FOR HEADACHE FUR DIZZIWES FOR RIUOUSNESS FOR TORPID LIVER FOR C0MSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SRIX FORTHECOMPLEXIOR PUc7Vegctab14j CUKE SICK HEADACHE 1 TOBACCO spiT- SMOSKand YourUfeawayou oewgaaeBooktREMEDY CO Chicazo or New Yotk 437 I I I pnnSSSnS5 S5II I Of IpS 1 Thi Kind You Nave AIWaJS Buwgkt coNpaY 7 aTR11 b i is S 55S Mrs Celeste Corell writes from 219 5ifavenue Aurora IIIiOnly those who have suffered with grippe and been cured can appre ciate how grateful I fceltha such a splendid medicine as Peruna hasbeea js placed at the door of every sufferln g PersonMrS C CpveH Noted Scalptrei Cured of Grip j Mrs M C Cooper of the Royal Acad t emy of Arts of London England nprr resvdipff in WasiiingtonClsneOSthe greatest living sculptorsand ers of the world Site I take pleasure in rccoinhwidln Feruna for catarrh and lagrippe I have suffered for months and atUr tno 5 use of one bottle of Ierinla lam en iStirely wellMra If C CooperSD L Wallace a charter member of the International Uarbcrh UniOn writes front is Western Avenue Min neapolis ilinn roilowing a severe attakof is grippe I seemed to be n1Tech aLt rover One of my customers tv iaratl- y helped by lertinn adrised ttry and I procured a boVtl jetn day NowmyhendisclearS are steady I enjoy Peruna hasbeen worth a o nieD L Wallace Lieutenant Clarice Ifu Lake City Barracks of i ion Army Writes from Ogdjf i Two months ago I enitIg with so severe a cold that I hard ly sneak V Our ciiain adrisc4 ip Fe runa and procured a bot truly it worked wonders ii IWO weeks I was entirely we ZaricaHunt iaci1Congress man S I wAcoVc Gentlemen Lammretktnsatl tied with Peruna andfcM to be- excellent remedy toi1keg d tarrh I have used MfM tarn- aa4 they alt join me IciIt as an excellent remedy Qco H White Member of Coiigrtss Mrs T W Collins Treasurer lad pendent Order of Good T mplars Everett Wash writes After having a severe attack of grippe I continued in a feeble conditi even after the doctors called meead My blood seemed oIrnn- ele4lfe4t Mri IfeiidoBOtdCfjV Isfaciery rezub- tsriiaetefttoDee givInftfUl1ittlneflt ii 1U ancLie pleased 3 valuable advice gratis rAddress lr sideBOa The5Iartmau Sauitaniu0lmS 1SAthanS 5T Sc I iIa DuL ft1 Fast VeA 4 r5 5cen FREE TOprOC- cleuajtnP lol CL 5r O- ketrtaipatago oliitoy free This ants tlnyainrlcbutaJrg to convince anyone ol Its Til cc Women X alt over the are- PratltirPxt1no forwhat iihas done in local trealmentor female ill our lag all innaramatlon ana discharges wonderfulas 0 C1eaflsIigvnglna touclie Zernro thpat renaortartarandSJairipostal card will do GeeTHJK 75UotoThe Barcekmjt Bitr Recomrnnki by htZciar estand chcapot brace In thewot1wvandchililren Preyent and round uiiS SS corstf without I thus keepig I iljreis ia the IY e5rrTnuIcr in Idpali 5514and aMoaey Tae Make ttfncesyat v jda A IACOO iS lOFmrtItze rS T5IsMIqhiga6Norther CoinrnencingJanuar I CtLJIyand Iwill ruflaiLrouh 55 5tf I SS1f11 Sf- SS- 555S a ss z 54 c SSS lSsSS 5sp Sti54 aIai If t I 2 LSA d 1 OiMGVILLE OUTLOOIU COIi OVVINJSSVILLB KY sJ PER YEAR IN ADVANCE ti tD Address jll communications tc Tii Ourtooi roBLenIoCoor1c Thmi y II0NAKER Owingavifie Ky THUPvSDAY JAN 2J 1003 inierUFor Circuit Court Clerk Wonre authorized to announce t1 InineP L Conner as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Bath county sub to tho notion of tho Democrat 4cparty Election November 1903 t JJUBOUCircuit Court Clerk of Bitth ooun Xy iubjcct to the action of tbsh4 Democratic party i TUB Democratic nnlipriuiaryitee h teem to have given up 44l CcPanama Cnnnl is a practical cer tainty unless UncleSacugoos broke st TENNERFEK now has a fourmile local option law or as soma wa- suggested a law to promote pcdes triunisni i i UNOLS SAn anti John Hull as a proof pf thoir chumraynoss have referred the Alaska boundary dis pule to arbitration aLe champion of thelnteroccnnic Canal tar many years jmuch disnp z pointed at the ehooping of theI Panama over thelCienraguan rout 0 =SENATOR HOAU secure ia the support of Maeeachuertts Republi cans took occasion last week to protest aaainPt the tarfUingof the 4tr1 5PreSIdent in the legislation ofc Connrcss It takes one sure of hie 4 Iicalling to call the President down 4 4 v WOLCOTT gives up the Colorado Senatorial contest and roylet Tel ler have the election for Teller is innocent of any part in the Den ocraMc frauds but the Rpubli Ips can State organisation 19 not dis posed tQ giveiup without a further fight Miisrau UOWCN thinks ho haa presided for tho early settlement L of Ue Voneuelan Ii0 would lieiwell for Undo SamS be SMbetter flxed beforQ the Monroe ii l rino Is put to the 105L in arzuQ Ii nnfllct with one or more first cmi 9 0 j t wersfl4 vIi mt4l i iiits for evil are trying to perftmLefFootivo measure It e 4 difficult passage through tIIi4 Dannie where tilers are such pow i champions of corporate and other eorts ofgreedwENOUGH Republiennavoted with tt th Dembornta In the House to di fet the Philippine coinage biSlito vt fne Republican lenders by pass I t Ing the substitute making tho UniteiV Stale currency legal ten dvr ln thePhllippine which was hie proper thing to 4o fuentlieUninnisbavli ig ng though Senati ir- t f i championing it inktbnn whom et ifr 3 Colorado LeisItivc R e JLv A t wftftJicanB ought to take a few les t8 fporo the Kentucky Legisln JDemoorats of a past era to learnTiow to work the old thing in istealingnn election The former a miserable fiasco but the jr will was good to do the wrong jqqr s tifl 4 TilE tnbaPcpgrnersofV3rgini florth Carolina and ohotSotithoi States have formally compltinod to the President and Attorney Genera that tho Tobacco Trust is ruin ing the prcc tf their prodet If uha complaint wuId do y dtKintuckhriId make a hri id J J IDII a half at iti thieIbiTho Utahr legisintu re- 4r1 t the repreftpi th ti vd J I 4 4ninty co Jilkr vm 3rtralibItto t o 1f t fiT Leatui- s 5 Ilr iembers hatj4jpc mr yvaechnittionbw- 1 rJrrrr ioveiy Ifl I be of Itho imperial pofsesiV lipiiIortoHicp Gov Hunt nns t pilt e1Jnyor of San Jn u vn r Inboing proBeeat t destriy fecoids to rover up id of rcJilaHon but it IB II144 flU61klt itjIupoRsibIe to 5c onvlct 4p4tv I jtVA f ij i Ic 3T1L3 nO1 a e 4Il rI I h h c4 ini r1SMt r 4atr itty- I 3 i f J or t toC r escIs y i i1PJe- t 4FiT1A 114s t 1 4 e I i5 i t l e A1 j1j Zi t I ti t 4t lv 0 J r 1 SrSSj- a X 4Senateocratjo victory nominal atrielyj Tns German gunboat Pftr lher made an nt tad on the Vcntrutuj firt of San Csrins apparently merely to stir up n rumpus lfcnj beaten oil by the fort the warship returned with two other worships nnd tihot n lot of Venezuelan sol die ra into kingdom come It up- pears to bo the wanton net of power whore vanity has developed To blnodlhirstire lirperialifru about the hatefulltst of oil mod a national policieni wne laPriiCtiCnhlYlI1 bY n th loewhirh the latter coded to the for mer n strip of territory for canal purposes Tho necessary ratifies ons by the respective nations will follow and all preliminaries being Eettlcd the construction of the groat ip canal across the Isthmus of Panama will be If the or t is lfinishedScandals it will 10 a wonder Tut Democratic faction oL Iii olorado legislature on Saturday elected Henry M Teller U S Son ator to succeed himself fiftyono voting for him Tho rRgpublicah faction refuses to recognize the election as legal Tho legislature on first assembling hud n Demo erotic majority of ten on joint b allot1 though the Republicans had a ce dededcrate to give the Republicans n majority nf two on join ballot On the faco of matters the Democrats ppour to have the heist of the sit nation CULOKADO hnsVKentiickyizod U is S 10flcpublicunnnd Democrats to Tnnl0 n majority on joint bljot The Democratic Sen ate retaliate by unBeatingppough Republican to return n iifljority on joint ballot Sector Teller Is the Democratic Chough lie s essentially Republican of Re P SIUbhiCaliSaPoIiticator WolcfvTt is the strongest RoT is p diatorssupport hiin It is a choice bftw6rn Republicans nt last and sllVer Re publicans at that Vr Tnr Democratic Executive Com mi t tee met at Louisville Saturday j all being jyjEsent except ari yhos proxy v5srneld by Chjjfl 11 inil uruthhiioulyadotti ri port of IltO tubcommittee thnt t ti rlmay1e hold May Oth between inland 4 p iu under the ChV oSOmtUMcanilidates fices CljI Meacham the embertwiughIt suit to tlhotliinf the l0tmThtevcrVlhihg ia supposed to Ho and the Dcmocratic ir VAllho will bo Democratic voters on November 2d 1903 can vote in the primary The election oQlccrJ arc be appointed by tho countycom flh itteef nra to meet May 12U to tabulntej tho returns and certify thotn to the Suto Executive Corn mittee notjx JaUr than May 30th The StatorGomrnitteo is to nieot 1u cuniidjrsirJlio ekttiuri oft cCJrtSjiJi ber appointed nt least t i A tbjeJectioillboforo kpriiiat ssessnicnts for expense of bodthg1rimUry must be paid tjy Afl 9th5 Tho aseess 525OOtoinoy General rTrtasurer Seer tary of State School Superintend cntJiVid Clerk of Court of Appeals iJlBeach Auditor 2200 Com Hiisukm r of Agriculture 1700 Tho as9C9piaentf6r each office IB to- be divided equally between the candidates for that office Any balance after the primary is to bo divided proportionately among the candidates Xfhe next Stato Com mittce will be chosen by the State convention inIgObs CORRESPONDEHqi Cralga is on tHe mend i jrlreaehcdfouri liiIraaaan r b iat Ctw i InthstftMiss Pearl Lnwryhas eomo horao from NIcola Co where she hzno been visiting relatives about months Jlicrewere two burials nt tfie Ql iniii burying ground b et wcefcj Marion Rudder of Flal Gr ekwas buried Thursday and Jlrsnttio Mor anyof Forge Bill eWiicd Sacurilny 4 f j Forge Hill lSB3 rsyn anti tillto Johri lirorppent Saturday and Sunday ia o mIdst tLT4tY A WilUnms want to kmntljast week to be with j ii S Tinsley j T Enwlinga closed bis schoc- ILIO ii M hdapfterUoon VitawIina or dS M of Flejning Co v- iocc31vs hero last week ac bough tpf J Eoe Zun SVgllsibIa 70apre Licking farm for Qcneh Thbh Rawlihgs bought lsithsDied Friday morning at five COCk w IfE OIs c tIp fr 4 4 1 a k k Mjciland Cfty 7r lktlcfio6VHS tft aiglitiorirotidr i iRaso r rli hiytiSv RatittentIitl ti a t FJoiiiiagtburff Sondayi Isaatt IJays infant child was very Eiekiyith croup Friday of rilOdcgsilast weik- Spyeral from hero attondcil the ster1ipper at Salt Lick Friday inOurMonday and ia doing some Iisp ndid work cut ouo hundred gsFriduy nnd 25 000 feet of Inn hi tarSlepstono R II Lane Iran solda load of corn bore on the siding ittSW T Ragan left Monday morn ag for i visit to Rothwoll or ida olhdr places G Kincaid gave the young folks a dance both Friday and Saturday nights last week v G Moore lofts Monday for Owingsvillc on a visit to bis daughterand fauiih i Mrs J E Williams who had boon visiting nt Farmers for a week returned hojiio Sunday John Karrick and who loft Mon ay to visit the family of Frank rown at Howards Mill inMrsher husband Monday saying that li r JightWin Ilelwig has been home on account of Iris wifes sickness for thopftBl ten days or moro Wo are glad toSay his wife has so much rceovcred that he was able to re port for work Monday Licking Union Bro HJ Ramey filled the rcg ulaivtOppointmcnt hero last Sun lly i flOscardoraoricntn letctl n well on G W hoiuos woodland between two good wells but thty soy this one ia thy 3 C Raglanil is selling his lioiisehold furniture Mr Raglanrf la going to wove to Winchester propertyin i1G IL Keller Joe Jones Troy J A ylphawput to Owingsviile last Friday to appear before tho Tux Supervisors r Thp Cumberland Ijpo Line Co 5Bbuilding a pumping station tlie liaVley field below Thomas Hag lands Thcy hove two engines on tho ground I am told that it will take five engines to force the ilSthrongh the pipe lino Rev L L Pickett of Wilmpre Ity was hero Friday JU j urnyd ay with the iiyt fltOfl Of preni iJ g Itneretirg07 Jimmie Kendall was with iiiE Kendall is at t 1ding schP0lat Wilmoro aprlncfiold Lei titia omo betlcr- w sx f 5ivv M i ss KGQ a siojt t on to r toi n ed Thursday night te t Mrs Will Turner visited M 3obmDee Groves sold his tobacco to Waller Sharp at 55e Little Mary P Jonea is visiting hor aunt Mrs Sarah Sprott 0 B Sprntt and James Jones were in Alt Sterling Monday Miss Mary Atkinson visited Mrs Lucy Smathers Wednesday Walter Boydand Earl Smathors Wore in It Sterling Friday night Miss Pearl McClain is visiting her sister Mrs Joo Eicher near Mt Sterling Mrs Francos Turner who had oon visiting her son Granville of Sharpsburg returned homo F nia day John Smothers the pmall son of Sirs Lucy Smathors cut his foot very badly Friday while playing with anox Odessa t J T 1djidgdflvIeitedLlis daugh I4IrsimpS Purvis d astwck Mrs Arthur Jacobs of Judy thtt guest of relatives here soverhl days last week jossio II Anderson of Ashland i adsMrs J S Anderson MrS Ruth Oakley of near Rey- noldayiHe is visiting her raother nnd Mr8AVarren Swetnam Mrs Fletcher DonalRon and tWOROflB visitedtheJormes dauj th tor Mrs Dallas Gudgell the first of tho week W T Garner and I W William left Monday for Hoops ton 111 Our best wishes gow1h them na tl icyl are bdth excellentboys- Born to Garfield Anderson a A wife ndAueiUfijMUo Thos Power and wife a 8on Q Whrron Swe nnftl and tfTFeTi son Georj V Franklin THE SICK Miss Oddie Powers is Bitting up J W Snedegnrs children are doing well Mrs Cold iron corttiriues to improve Unele C G Whnley is polite poorly 1Wm Likes rented the bieriic LfTOllh shop here and the sound fttf taore heard rl tl r Jr5 4 Jh 45 I SvyA StOOCS f A man hates what is above hit jyThw AmA fopl isnt countedn9muchbtit noiid IJU hoIds Uil lUJ Ill IUIII part Intlt4 5 vacation is something used to 5 tbtrthtfrom the pleneiirp of rcg linCo the pigs credit for one thiifgrthey will shnri their IncI supply with ono anotherheoChamp Clark ns minority leader the Houso would succeed ii eeping Uncle Joe Cannon very rcBtless indeed Lolhicr urns for 5tH motto T SurustAlItho matter with you OUTLOOK Jtonly rcmaiiiB for Wm Joel Stone to chowhis Kentucky stock prove tine equal oLGco G Vest tone will cmno aa th tineny other Missouri could hin chosen Olympia Mrs J K Jackson celled in Ow ingsvillc Sunday P buinievilloGeo Warner will occupythebar bcr shop vacated by Joe Ponix LiMrshcrfnther near Craigs Sunday tiWallaceifc E Junction to call on friends Miss Mayme Swetnam of Mt Sterling is tho guest of Miss Helen ackson this week Mrs T J Jackson and daughter Mrs M T Case were in Mt Ster ling shopping Monday Win Swctnain who lately re turned front Llaho was culling on Iricnds in Olympia the past weekit1 Mr and Mrs Ernest Gorham of were of it a mndHind Clark is soiling out his t pruparions1st F Sebj5ie nrndstMr Jackson will make llieir future home Shorburno Migs Lou Reed G B Reed ls daughter is quiteil Silas Corbin was found byJlje rond sido a low daysngo paralyzed kMrsRidgo died recently of typhoid onv J A Hedger was the guest of- n Wm Hedrick and Jeff Dawson of Wyoming last Monday Chancy Dy tirtiiv rTnoad c ffli lrherburn2Lemuol Gu2Yo1di i 7IjerIFleniingigar rccent1y SciUthdartha Lewis fe Thomas Verkj burne Q jpnnat twenty trw d- rorgofI ey Wilsons hoUROs and will ove to it Snail Ho has rented some land from your scribe to phin cornASharpsburg Mrs B F Jones is very sick S S Rails was in OtringsviUe Tuesday on business J iv Elgin of Maysville was hero several days last week TholitVfereliTm ofJIr and Mrs Claude Ratliff is right sick 58wtrip to Little Rock Tuesday Hunter English who hints been on the sick list is able to be out gain T F TripleU of near Mt Ster Hugwas here on business last Friday Mrs Parks of near Reynolds villa is a visitor at Mrs Maim do Heaths Orie Ticefof Salt Lick wins vis itingfriehds here Wednesday and Thbreday J R and tenant sold tpWaTiefi harp their tobacco at 8c straight MrsvW R Smith and daugliter of FiemhigCo inro the guesLa2 relatives here J A Remington of Cynlfiinnji j the hustling little drumnTbf vas I hero Tuesday i ute James White ands ifVp neS Somerset spent Tuesday with rel atives near town V Some ono was noon enough tQ cut tine skirts from J R Triplet lsm addlo thSS T Howard and Harry Rov aUd returned Yednosday fromtbusineBSJtrip fo Silt Lick R f OurTownMnrshal Baecom Sharp who was out lat Monday ighl by ib Snelling of Bethel is getting along r nteclySS We understand the Board of Supervisors at their last session havt raised the taxable property the Ragland oil fields from 5500 000 to 1000000 Now it does look like this is all wrong But ia characteristic of the State any individual orcompany with oth c e comoaintotiioStateo a legitimate business or to dovJ iu sources of the State they 114 ethit jfcftin yro raH1v ud Mrs Will tliftsltk list this week IJrTriirabo of CaiH U spent niy futiie D S Ash Tri gratijubosras ore scarce thiB week Too mui 4n mud mud mud to collect up tayfores r hnzgIsGremry Mr daydsotolortbly well Mrs Amanda Crouch diedat Grange City Sunday burial inWal of tigiow Cemetery Mpnday C B WilliaroP of Carlisle sp iidn with tine family of his ces daughtcr Mrs Kd RntlilF who is dsngerously iiiSunMr Charles Reid Mrs Will Reid and two children of Mont gflmery Co spent last week with Will Rice Hnzclrigg 5an d vifo All who attended the oyster a tipligi pe sumrto catond wero well entertained realized nljout 10 clear of all oxrem I noonsOtsi neadewalkwerildiagCrooks extTomck Monday Randolph Nixon is visiting rela ves at Salt LickJacJlrsEliza Scott of Ashland lievisiting relatives hereHeBorn January 21 to John AofClark and wife a daughter Jlj5 Turley wife and daughter w eriMn Owingsvillo Monday J K Williams of Flat Crock was here Tuesday on business John Stull is also ofrsininCfijfrcyTenl and Arch tIC ale wbro in Owingsvillo Satur Ruday Tilfonl CracVaft solcl his crop of tobaccp to J M Richart at c per j J ElWillhoit failed to fill his appointlment to preach at KentLulls SpringBunday Mrs enry Johnson nnd Mrs J D were in Owingsville M diondaysi thiippel1Ifolk Vi4 TIllInIdlyniJninerf Connor of Owinga yule jjandidau for Circuit Court C lerkan hoi j tii week slinking hands wsth h44P1ity friends tpor Prickly Ash 5MII L s o was iu Nicholas vtc in business Mr iS EinaJSSCee Mi p ickly I Vv Graittt JFdskIhISpti Jiyvr a deI 1IrfJf S S4 t S tI iIIl DiMflllioniMra mitt S4Shome in I it I BuveniiIV SierelmanuI tS re nlv co tLI rj ithe I vuitcd Air w ekllrLJrr m tr iTTieSrw w ith typho S5 thJ along very VVY W J Fell week on bus Mr Larcj 1 City is ercct hero ifivhoro tl- e better in thcj e week T H t I ii r f C Mer bis boardip will run a GoYo 5 o Owingsv SSborhood a iErodSS crftntoulj h mott1efS tuoj rs Rob yvtrs rrell Kho recentlAl rucr1tom al 7346U n t jte traveling pttbhIo on Foil St Stone TcnrpMh nn of Winciieai en who lies baorlli Pinpera nd finishinglip t1ood we In o toissupper g en hy the ladies at I emThe e Friday ii G January 23d war quitoCOBS to wtfchurch IspeMr Trout haGjOJOved his family Go therm t d thin He Ret But inioywent We Is rise nu enough to be been t of P fcl Urango dlv John Rawlings sold a horse to Chiur ky Jones for 100 35 Mia Mae Crouch of Prickly attended the bc Uido of her a dmothier Mrs Ann ii ntlnCrouelnJu John Rawlings bought n farm ofed Charley Jones in the Ferguson ibriiood containin CS acres 6 750onnac Eden and wife are very pnr CEdenmorning Further particulars week John Cutriabt delivered his crop 9oitrlilts- eat Ratlings at 5u nod other parties pri unknown v ied nt her home in this place day morning Jan 25th 1903 Mrs Amanda iJrouch of pneuiuo nil She wins aged about 75 years QHerago Mrs Crouch was a very re ous woman She leaves three and a number of relatives aniltcr nds to mourn their loss Her utna were taken Sunday nfter n to the homo of her son Clark r Owingsville arid on Monday e buried at Bethel She will ba atly missed by her friends To yextendsSlate Valloy tivkpnoch Sorrell wife and baby detinedi onyAndrew Coylo nnd wife of Prickly Ash were guests of the da dft wiyMason Vice wire and children Su ofndaydder returning homo Sunday Mr and Mrs Richard Ferguson returned homo after a sta noyThompson wino has been evriously ill to edsayOUITUAKV Francis Marion RudJ der was born May 28th 1842 ant ed Join 21t 1903 Ho was mar rietl to Sarah Ensor in 1809 T em were born five children mlat ing in infantry except two Hi fe died six years ago and onl Mrs Mason Vice of Flat Creek d Dee of this place survive u0 has ono brother Dave living near Mt Sterling and three sister Mrs Bailey of Dunville lllinoisS rs Robert Kelley and MisJ Ro T r and much 5pY a Llnniat s ishipwi Z44t t 4 ba 7 K f I a TIS t 4rSS I t dt1 ytSr z a f hSS t4S SS4C r j SS J y SS54 iS bS1 j f4 4 5 sS tS a r1 I thop punIshT to own nil tint lheminjJS C0rbitflt5Pric- nother prodtotjo0 t GovoraNow ne of reasoning and inent ownership o overnment iauot- hie peOlie then uld trihlr with tiid Iopufvcial gain to the vernmentto0re was no Way tf roads Ve feel k both of the ol ing on our 1Jnif whoa iCotieskiltod the benr up and ask wb all time when c atriots were do 5SspiirfiIt0a Woore9 Ferry W TElIf ton sold W RS Rilzpr ehoats Elihu Fordeold WitlrEniggton pair of for 130 lia Itgnnini of Farmers viqWm Ingram Friday and day S W A Baty left for Oklahonm the 12th inst to make lnlshomeTthcro harles Kissick of Fleming Co ted Joseph Purvis Tuesday of 1st week v Lewis Kenny sold a smalLjlace1 of about 20 acacs of loqd toumilias for130whnaH Cartercut his right foojOin the instepXMonday the las t very badly The Hedrioks Church has em loyod Elder H CDowey to prea iRfor the present yearBMiss Emma Kissick of Fleminj visited Miss Mollie Ford Iron esday until Saturday Efihu Ford bought about 20 es of land Jtff Smelt Sutton on the wnters of Cow Creekbra mu Tiea17fi at Mt Sterling Court day D C Flood sold Fletcher Crouch a short yearling steer for 7 and B Ford sold one calf to earn e ofrentBof Jessamine county visited rein es here from Monday until WetS ne sdny of last weekviJoseph Steinrod died at his rue ucein Rowan county near here the 22d inst of lung trouble was an aged man of Lewis cow ty elustoppedth his brother J L Cassityths way heme from Sam La th rain bought two mu Csed gihoaJohnson and of Jefferson Highly at 5i and 5eteOn last Friday Wm Filson of vhrleaving his horse at Salt Lick in a livery stable Ha return to Salt Lick on the night ex hressyoung man He g this horse a IP stallion and buggynnd they nil three got in the buggy anti started i for home getting to Licking river Moores Ferry about 2 oclock in the morning The buggy turned over on the river bnnkj spilling the th threewhich ran u short distance became quiet and trotted back to Salt Lick without a driver doing but little d thamageuith ofLOST1 Somewhere between sun rise and sunspi I l 5 f t SS 5SI Sd ii A- rVa Gr 55S i at i T l rrbmaIrrLc LIBRARY CONTEST fHAT PROMISES 4Y- O PhOVE UNUSUALLY INTERESTING DETAILS IN FULL A number of Owingsvlllos enter IIsinB merchants have arrange tnvI1L provo the most Intoresti test between City Schools Masons f aitLickS Odd FellowsScker Lodge A 0 13Sobertson Lodge AO U ath Co Teacher1 LIbrarjijS S Knights of Pythias Knights of the Maccabees L Colored U U F and U B 8 r Or any club church or organizat1ont of tbo town or county prize will be magnificent ll ry consisting of tioDrDwlgbt ExPresident of University edition of 4 sets of tim Worlds Great Classics contain lug set of Classic Histories set of Classic Science and Philosophy set of Classic Essays and Orations set Classic Drama English and Orl al Literature ach and every one of these book are Specimens of tine best mechanic execution which examination I prove and they will be bn ex hi blt ionat J T Kimbroughs drug store where the ubliu Is invited ii call an tpoct same The col Ions of tine as follows Any luu ui r hospital college or V n public or private Is e contest Votes for indlt will not be counted With eac J it cash purchase a ticket wnv be ven by tine merchants through ose liberality this grand library Is furnished on which will be writ j- n the amount of the purchase and flthe number of votes Tine purchaser Il Mrlto on the ticket the same of 4 ltno institution or organization for jwhich he ot she desires to vote sign th 4erchasofsmado Tine standing of the contestants will be published exclusively in each ls stie of Titn OW1OSYILLFOUTLOOK until Munch 27 1S03 when the re maininj votes will be counted fltitq tin e magnificent library awarded to e organization having tine larpcst number of votes THIS OUTLOOKWill publish in each issue n coupon that v iil entitle tine holder to ton votes at will be credited to the Jnstitu ou that Is written on paeoprovdedS r same when delivered to the oClca this paper b j Voting tickets can bo secured Mpt the following stores Mrs D S EstiU Dryi Millinery SS- 1N fl f nL Y I 4t9 4 II l iSnp c i4 fr- cS 1 f Sc 45 4 L 5i S iSS SS c r 55S fS4cSS-