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Digital page images are linked to the text file. cinvr fcwT IliIv c T T r c f ri 1I c I ri pl 7 Jt I rw rfr 7i2- T I oSA A e DIntlufiB f t i j 61 IP r i k VOL XXIV J OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 5 1903 NO 30 rF 2 1Vhen you hnvo a news wish to communi TilE OUTLOOK by phone ring up 51 I Circuit Court will convene Mon lGtbIThe town streets nro nice and J clean under the mud IAnother rein Tuesday broke Eome more t 1 NDont forget to see the cheap counter at rs Estills B Frank Perry for tho fa I r 4mous White Star Coffee 16x20 picture tramos 1 to 125 J M BKOTHEK it1eacht For firstclass clean groceries fr and prompt delivery try B Frank- 1 Perry 3 It IB reported that Jessie CIoBKor rrormerly of Crags died somewhere in recently IThoadvanca guard of the robin army havo been chirping spring y cheerfulness in town this week I i ICarIotul barbed and smooth wire Iljult received prices low and guar anteed E L is A T BVKOK- WK lUST HAVE OUR MONET SO I h I e I pleasB call and settle 1 J S SIESSEU- ThoBo indebted to Palmer fc i r Coons please call and settle 304t OecAU PALMER I I If you want an auctioneer Iam your roan Terms reasonable M D FAR1SIp Wm T and It Vice olocr Flat Creek sold to Richard Kinney a t a jack for 300 and a horse for 100 The question of sowing tobacco beds at the first favorable opportu Jiity is uppermost in tho farmers minds at this time e Jt Eugene MJnilmns poultry yard was visited Monday night by one ot more playful canines who elaugh r ered about adozen hens t y1Doyour eyes trouble you Do J puffer with periodlusl head k aches See A M loptin D Opt i at Offioge House Fob It 5t 0 Ex i agination free LeA Palmer and family yioved t Monday from Andy Minishouse on Coylo street to tho lirt Jngsville C mctrry Cos hnute 4S IjJarIliad of Ilird elI wagons nil S every one guaranteed prices 1 1 th weet J J-r JI r ita thit er L f It Lt 104 f1S I- J I I 1 ii r i I ti1t r i1f I i 0 11 i1 q 11Jt U- ry 4it 1 f f i oi JIi r5 =+ 1ii W j J 1iitI t f 010a ytP 1 I- jf t 1iJii I 1 sl t tJ r t t 4 rif dd 5 f itii 1r r lil r 3 r1tfI t1 h il Ma O I t I 1tIw tt tFotL r t1L t t It 2 I l i p r lyii 1l Iit V tF fp it f it I i 1 t 2 i iAIt it i i i t I 4I i1 A fMi oi It d4 JJ ti T fiN 1 t i IAr 5b l t Mt J I t 1 4 I t 4I 6 J l t i I 5 14 ft1 i t i c v r O g W x lflfj1ft mt Ihdx tt frIfXrr 1 t 4 i ifi1 i tf v yiJ 1tJ4 t J1 i f l It I X- r t 1 7 i t1 1 4fII4a ro 4 i I b 2 t li rfo vKf h r JFd X1I J rJ itI I A 4 fffI Y1ti t ri ct t i oj Jf 1 r1 Jt iJP 4 JI1d l p 4y s lf i p1p i- J fo l 0 t + f 4 f ft d cr tr w J JZ1 n tfJfltA jt Lv j f f1f2 A4 j o AJ w t 4 et it1-cIi41t j t f r yp 1 j 0 j l t l I 14 Vs 2lLJ gR a f i i 1 j i tfji lft ti J S l i 4ri1 CFr gJ i- J iI 5 4 i1 l i i 1Kci Jt JhJ I f J t lh l f ra t LI It JO 1 fr r 1 f Jtg I J t f fJr jt i I J f J fir r7fl i IEtf 1C o J p I P tt dt r I i PERSONAL Frank T Jones has been seriously sick the past wgek Littlo Bartlett Paxton Is hotter of typhoid fewer this week MrsMatilda Fielders remains crit ically ill with pneumonia Mrs N R Patterson was in Lex- Ington on a visit last week Mrs YoI Winner Jr is making slow progress toward recovery R L Zimmerman returned Mon daynfter a weeks stay at Ilillsboro Frank C Murphy of Winchester wns hero Sunday and Monday with friends I Henry T Hopkins ntul Joshua Ew mg wont to Bourbon county on bus nasa Monday Jeff L Atchison returned Saturday from Virginia having disposed of his load of mules Evcrott Gardiner of Hillsboro spent Monday night with R L Zimmerman and family Willis O Moore of Farmers spout some days lust week with his daugh ter Mrs Lido Kincaid Miss Lynda Crooks of Montgomery Co was u guest of Mrs Belle UlCwcst of town week Mrs A N Crooks wont to Sharps burg last week to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Enoch Saunders Mrs J J Nesbitt has returned homo from n visit to hor daughter Mrs W P Strader at Lexington It is learned that Emmett Frat man is at the smallpox hospital in Lexington with n very severe case Mrs Simpson and son Win White of Paris uttonded tho funeral of tho formers brother A S Thomas Sun dayMr and Mr John Scott Mr and Mrs Win Killpatrick of Mt Ster ling attended A S Thomas funeral Sunday A A Rainoy and daughter Miss Louk of Howards Mill visited the formers son J M Ramey a few days this week Wm Lathrams son Elaine aged 8 years of near Wyoming has de veloped a case of consumption und is seriously ill s Richard Rice of Salt Lick was tho guest of Den F Shrout and lam ily on upper Prickly Ash several days last week Miss Katie Warner and Daisy Armstrong of Olive Hillwcrn guests of Mrs Jennie B Slirout of upper Prickly Ash lost week J M Heflin of Fleming Co and Dr E Lee ITeflinof Louisville were here sverlilaiva Int week with Mr and Mrs E W Heflin Henry T Hopkins returned Sat urday from a vHit to Mr and MrsJ- C Richardson at Robcrtsvllle NC Mrs Hopkins will return about Feb 15 ifr and Mrs jPnra i Eetill arid children arid Rusaoll EstlH returned INohrlukuJ n I rt Itrauch is It jerattack of typhoM i T h s jr IL f tI I4 t 4 Ic Itt IS I rt li 0 s t t JtIf qI t I t itP t 1itttiit t IY l t t IiXv O = f l lIV T oi C St3 i il l ltn i u11r tt1 I2 7 ft IIwi Lf 1O t f2io IdVF 1 Ik 1 rr tt cffI 1 tJStlr h 1 f r i ct r1 p t4 tT j 1ti0 t 01tIi11S A 1lf1 Ft 4SF S 1 Jt t i4I 0 I- Iil 1tr J i II lr oi v r sV t tdPt a t f 1t t = ft 0 J r fto l JI tts q if jr r t r i i t J1t 110rJr f f p f f51 4 t tv V4Ii J 1 J rI ityt C 1 v i 4 II tJI it i + r t 4 i r Jtf f 1 = r c 0 1 1 f Rf j4I41 1 In J t lo J 3t s4i 1 a liI 1 i2f 7 I r X 4f t rW r I t lii I 2n IaiS ri ta S lt t fltJ 2 l i I1he City Council wont let me sell niy goods at auction but they cant keep me from selling cheaper than any house in town Come into see for yourself Mca D S ESTILI To FlOUT Fou SELF PROTECTION The Executive Committee of the Burley Tobacco Growers Associa tion at a meeting at the Fifthav anile lintel yesterday decided to incorporate tho association with a capital stock of 3000000 and to attempt to control the forty hur KentuckyIto eetablinh warehouses and to fix prices that will PRY the farmers to raise tobacco A sullicicnt num ber of growers will be secured to guarantee control of 75 per cent of the market before business is com menced Twentytwo of tho bur leygrowing counties havo been or ganized and at a meeting to beheld in Lexington February 26 steps will be taken to organise the remaining counties The proposed capital stock has already been largely spoken for by members of the association which includes farmers growers and merehunts in small towns Louisville Poet SAMUEL GOODANS DEATH Sam iluel Goodan living on the Preston pike near town died ot the Infirm ities of old ago Sunday night and was buried in Owingavillo Corn otery Monday afternoon For some years ho hail been practically blind and confined to hii home The funeral was held Monday af ternoon Deceased WAS lJOrnin Carter county Ky March Gth 1814 When n young man ho came to this count and married Miss Susan Wells sister of Robert Alt and rCoot Wells Tho marriage took Nalaco in 1837 in the house just cross the road from the home where Mr and Mrs Goodnn lived the balance of their lives together They reared a large family of chit dren Joseph living at home Margaret Mrs John Oakley now deccaied Cynthia Mrs James Williamsof Flat CreekMIes Ms5 as homo Daniel of Stoops Ky John Tig of Buffalo 1IIt Praul deceased and Peter at home Ono child died in infancy Mrs Goodan survives at the ago of 83 years and is in good health for one of her ngo Uncle Sam Goodan wae almost a citizen of the town living eo close to tho corporate limits lie has known byevery ndy rxcopt the young generation that has grown up since he grew too infirm to go away from home He was well esteemed and had ninny personal friends He was nn industrious man sad made a good living for his family Ilia agreeabhjhehappiness together for two thinlx ofa century Ever ody who wthe old gertleminwas sor 1 j tI1oftI1 G cD i g 1i = Ii W s v f ti t tor 11 t r N it TTh tf 1 th- 1L1rr 1cjir L SLs f v r i7tSr i st I i t i rt i pSr Ir Ii 1 8 y 0 i r t if x l l 1 i itgYD W tCtot r e J y t r E 4 1 s55I7I I l i tI t I y A H t1 J t r rff i Ff 1 45 MRS JOSEPHINE THOMAS DEAThI After an illness of soma months Josephine wife of Andrew J Thomas died of heart failure nt her homo on Scotts Creek nonr Cogswell Rowan Co January 10th and was burled at tho Alf rey grave yard Jan 17th- Deceased was a daughter of Jonathan and Zerilda Reed deceased was born June 30th 1854 near the mouth ol Heaver Creek Monifee county She was one of four children the other three still living Oliver of Menifee Co and Mrs Ellen Alfrey and John bothcf Rownn Co Deceased was married to Andrew J Thornns In the year 1871 There were born of title un- Ion four children W IIof this county Randolph and Mollic all married Sam M dying young Her death Is a ead blow to the community as every one loved Aunt Joshnshe was commonly culled Her greatest aim seemed to help any one who needed help and especially her children About her last words werQ God bless my poor children She was a member of tha Christian Church having joined that body several years ago The aged husband and snd children have the sympathy of the entire community Peace to her ashes A mEND hARRIS GETS BEST PriciTbe announcement was made this morning that another of Portsmouths most enterprising and wideawnkc business men yas compelled to seek a larger and nfore modern placo of buvinecp ov to the yratifyiug expansion l iR b The gen rm question is C H harT e f hillicotho street jeweler w 3 10 of this citys most 8wisf i business men who is alwnyi o alert to grasp an opportunity Through the con summation of the deal last evening Mr Daum has secured an elegant lease of the Duum property which all well know is located on the southeast corer of Gnlllu and Chi licothe street possibly the most desirable lotsKtioayhrrapidly grow ing Ports n h The impro rnts that will be mario on dI Jilting will not only benefit Mr MS but the city in general I + rH1 that a haiul IlmU h will be trafis formed out 4 ilding that has been an f years In the first pl c uuilding will bo made IMO i anti will extend ne far back nt new building re cently crectfi Mr Dauui While the building fIll be frame the av erage person will not bo able to de tect this fror ve fuel that on imitation btiuV rnut will ha added and the sajnb tterinl will be used on allsids dV t structure The floors wl be lowered ceilings raided a DO itlful plnteyluB front will be nJdt with orncr windows lIifuct aerJ In tin UCS I 11 Si i E i i q iforJ o2 rr t ti I if r J tb B r 1c iY ff 4 7 l llfiJ h lt tr t t nr 7tJ1 1 rt J fJA11 a A4S 7 its i 6l iJ to Jdt r iJW q f 1ii t i 1S 5f ic I i a I HT1 y Ip x I F 7t 3 es J tjt tf t At I i tt THE RACKET STORE ONE PRICETHE LOWEST PRICE We receive new goods every few days from our New York buyer1 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 1 0 5c Glassware Counters Wood Salt Boxes lc Tin Coffee Canisters lOc Pillow Capes blenched lOu Window Shndes35t 25 20 lOc Napkins doz 50 25 20c 2 Packages Shelf Paper 5c Back Combs latest 8tylct15cChatelaine Hags lOc Horsohido Unznr strop 20c Glass Jars with glass tops 30c Misses Cotton HOBO pr lOc Finishing Braid yds Ladies Sun Bonnets 20c Small Black Dress Buttons doz 144 Pants Button White Gran Wash Pans 18- ciin Auger Bit 12c Quilting Frame Clamps 15c 20c 15c IdA Ficd Hose 1512 Market Buckets 15c Corn Poppers Gate Hinges 25c CASH PAID FOR EGGS E I HEFLINT Shrouts Stand AT COST have concluded to add a complete line of Dry Goods and Notions to my large stock of Clothing Shoes and Mens Furnishing Goods In order to make room for spring purchases and to avoid carrying over wintergoods will continue selling all goods in stock at cost un til stock sufficiently reduced Dont forget this and go elsewhere and pay the usual profit when you can save at least 25 bygoing to GILLONS OWINGSVILLE KY NO AUCTION Having been informed that would have to pay a license that absolutely prohibitive in my case there will be no auction previous ly announced will continue to sell all win ter goods at cost many articles for less than cost and some at your own price See them MRS D S BSTILL rU I 1 i lf i i St f fS f Y 4c 7o 5c 4 ad 0 45 35 25 8c pr S I I I is I is as I I i Library Voting TIcket- 1nlter to j I fi t I t Jr4 yr I tdI r- l f i Ok v i J r r i1 ti t 4 1 j l iij I i I IW 15t 5e r SI 45 i e fSi= js itft I i bS I I r a 7f a 7 T i r a fSa tirl 11j i 1 U i i L trt5 t r ti i trs u J S ADDLESHARNESS4TWhy oJ r Saddle or Harness when you can get strictly firstclass goods JK Amado right here at homo and made out of tho boat pttkturned Y d I leather and by men that only make firstclass workt frOur KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLED ttIs tho easltst and easiestriding and most durable f If you try one set of our handmade buggy harness yon rill always use thcmij I have the best lino of Rnildlery goods infills f fIiLpart of the State I am Yours for best saddles nnd hhrnessr I I T Ji3fEUGENE MINIHAN OwiNGSVitLEi KYI tJj 1 SAM P ATCHIS OIIl ft 7 DRUCCIST iFINE WHISKIES WINES TOBIIGGO CIGflRS W bvyior I FOR HEN WOHEN and CHILDRfr f r MADE IN LOUISVILLE 5 rz r WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTAN 4 1 best wearing leather I V tfff i F For sale by G r H Oscar Chanri j fE Zt S c r r r r H OJn 1 rr tf+ 2 fj Netc Stoi yf JtyN0t113oods A V 4 r yF LADIES I5 I have just received the latest uptd5 of Shoes made See them and save fi LadiesVici Patent LeatherShoes 2iV Ladies Extensionsole Shoeseethem l195L- adies regular Si Shoes for 780 fc Ladies Extensionsole rIattedkidflSJ3Old Ladies Regular 125 s sc fflens ia Sfitoecfo 89c Patent LeathePSHOOfeA1fKind3S N fl Try me on Clothtng Same goods for less money than can be bought anywhere I 500 Suits for 290 600 390 800 500 1250 isSuits95O Mens Fancy Sox 30 Ladi sfanCYHose 7C Mens Iancy Shirts 240 Calicos 3 4 and 50 Comfor 1ico4 C i tto1 8 locSS Coat Springs 7i I Tablets I4o3q M Combs tU24C91 Baby RlbontjGirdles s8c 4 Towels 45 i2c fl Table Covers3o6oc 4Gingh amife 5 6c 4 Crash 57gCyd Duck 8 90 pif f P rench Gfnghams9ac t ++ s4 J tH t- tt LI tiif ft L y r rVIt i 5 kf i II lf l t t If r + lJNc 7 i 1 f f KJ 5l i Y jt 4 ft rt 5 o zt t t t t ji JIF jr t Jj A Kttjr i J i aitt c 1 t Ist JC Yfi i soI t R J i iT 0 1f7 Jf Jf itit l1 j hI 0 i I T f r li iftVo tit iirtfY Ji tt 1 ff 7 tS roio1fii11 cf v ji L f t 1i v t to f1f I Iit 1 ritf1 Ii 1 t a 1i Y I Jii i il rf 1 J I I i r I I rZ r i41 J fIitI l iIl tc r I 1eI r r t t I l tt tL lv i if a h yc CI Ss4S I a I SF 54z5p la5I SJs t a i LIej 5I ttfI r a 7 1 G 1I i tiOfL 0 y t 7 Owingsville Outlook pULQ3K PUBUSHINO PntolUheft wYMY SKIES ARE SELDOM GRAY share4tcare Ot fickle Fortunes frownunt Ive braved and e The cold worlds scorn And had my ups and downs Yet I can still t t A ditty tZILIrOr sing a 4 For though I hold Nor lands nor gold My skies are seldom graysrThe stress and strife Of toilsome life td4 nave taught me one glad truth 0 hjsc But he who willforsooth And so I sing j tllngMyi For though I hold goldIry 71 4t I would not give A fig to live Divorced from fret and moll c The bread I cat b IB rendered sweet Because of my dally toilda And I still A ditty trill I A blithesome roundelay For though I hold Nor lands nor goldm11IIkles are MagasIi cItfJg KIDNAPPED i MILLIONAIRES ec54 v A Tale of Wall Street and the TropIcs C C DERICJC U ADAMS 4 t 11 p hbllhlllr Compaaz sf v r TOXTlUEn nnyI4 0 the part e 4 r 4 unaware 01r 4 vfl tleeloped ash o nec man J 4P fJ Jecord Iii 17 ll tO have11 I 1 a ev 4 L 0 rd of a mil F V1 o 11 r ince Mills 4 Ll Be a good f bI 1 W a 4 J j r ari1 350000 eontribtWould not listen t tI We 4 jr first time in hii 1 1ournnhst was dic tto f idder iVii what we will do fi vXrV 1t prehended the pos l KjtSafr sc to the occasionS 1 jL1Jit large staff but t 0 meet this emergency I4 dtWT detail ten otour best men to this work Then I will secure ten i or twelve of the best men from other Xew York papers Then there ana some famous detective reporters d Chicago We viii have them We will scour the country for all the purchasee I j this force map out a plan anti keep at It We shall succeed I know we slall succeed 4 q Miss Carmody clapped her hands In her joy and enthusiasm All traces of sorrow and care had dish4 L t appeared from her face She v to her feet and grasped Mr Chal I mers hand There was nothing oft boldness in this action nor did Mr Chalmers construe it as such It was the joy natural to a generousheart ed girl who loved her father and iappreciated the hearty sympathy which Mr Chalmers expressed in his offer of cooperation You are jnst splendid she dejU 4 dared her eyes dancing wth nient antI e t J n qr a il kJi I I t 1 0 l J di iII 3 lrt It 1 + W Qvt i r a5 i f Li L iIiI i ijtih tl a cArtI f ci 0 1 O I Iittt fi 1i a1 t lI4 e t J1 oC v r 0 ti l y l 1c1t1 a it t1i1fdl I 4 5v j I yl1rt fl it 1 r 4 ZT I 4 t1 St XJ tv r t 1 1 tt iotit 3f or4 YiO I90 f t 1r f tJ fCi j iol itt1J tt f tl i JII t o o 17 t f i J 1 t1= t fJ t 1V f f h z t Itl t r1VJ f I 1ti4lJ Ir 1 f Iit1 4lssiktI t1i r i j i t1i F rijt olOr r If i tt f5jt 3jI o J4ili io4 ii stv itV 1 flt1Ii ctf 1yt 1sl J 4 =1 iM f k Y V o 1 t ti fXe rtNT4 t e t it iK J iir t4 r 4 i 1ttJI1 V J 1jf Ji t rr elr1 J oVNVto l i ijT i ttN 1 lwl A rt r lr5il n rt o j il1fF hj 4i iC N1 l i ifr fI r P 1A1 4 f To 41 I F JlJI t l ItoF tl ft r a f f I s W 1 1 rto r f 5e i1Ti1T 5 row of six halftone portraits of fhe missing millionaires duringtbeo pfmystery and at considerable expense secured 15 others from rival New York papers Chicago was drawn on for five reporters and he induced ten from other cities to join his gavehimJohn L Stevens of Chicago was the most famous police and detective of the country and after an interview with Mr Chalmers was apTointed chicfofstaff under the e Tditor1 have no theory about this rays theybadsuspicionsfacts nnd they may be dismissed from considerationSBy the way has that man L Syl ester Vincent been heard of Who is he asked Chalmers You hail a paragraph about him yesterday said Stevens He Is missing from the Broadway Central h otel Has not been seen since Mon ay night lIe may have something to do with it I have sent a man to Chicago for his record Stevens went away nnd left Chal ers to his reflections The man aging editor leaned back in his chair and gazed for a long time at the- eiling Then he lit n cigar and blew rings of smoke at the wall above s if to bombard it into a surrender f the secret He placed his feet on the desk mId allowed his mind to wander nt will over time dark lields of the mystery There was no thor oughfnre Chalmers leaned back until the office chair threatened to fall He then stood up kicked it savagely and paced up and down the room Its queer mighty queer Me chanically he picked up Mr Van Homes cablegram and again read it Put Hestor to work on the case he mused will do right well putting Hestor to work on the case I wish I knew where I could find him Hestor came in here on Satur day muttered Chalmers ns he hurled a pile of unoffending exchanges in the direction of the waste basket He said he was compelled to make n expectedtnyacht the Shark Queer chap that Hestor Of course its only a coin e a thinkingboutChalmers paced up and down the room with his head thrown back and a ettempteddaJsimmedlntelIts too deep for me he said as he returned to his desk and me chanically picked up the Van Home cablegram What does hester want in the Mediterranean How in thun der am I going to reach him He turned time knob on the door to Hestors private ollioe It was locked and Chalmers knew it was locked He sent for the janitor Have you a key to that door Xo sir Mr Hestor has the only key the janitor replied Take oft the lock and put in a new one he alde must have n room- orMr Stevens and some of his men ester may be mad but I cant help it The door was soon opened and Chalmers entered The heavy oak desk was Closed At the base of the door opening the hall were a number of fcUrs which had been dropped throng a slit by the post man When Ilfhtor returned fro- msimntronsifreqnentybl j i IS J 5 I J e r i pN it6 1i 4 T t 4y F+ tqC i X or tcIP fiO1f 1 ija r i 1l jj I II5 Z J 44 htI 1V 5s I i e Yr 11 ri 4 q p j S T l fr f 1 p J t r r e sI s t ta I I 44 c I J W JL l and quietly left the room late the afternoon he was admitted toI Mr Chalmers office He from n deep nstde pocket a small lThereAll of them Mr Benson nodded an affirmative turned on hs heel and vanished w siipsithwas from a furniture house It was nn itemized bill for a long list of articles among which were the following Twelve brass bedllteadsci 4000 J 45000 welve hair mattresses 3300 4000 chairs 400 14400 14400Twelve 600Twelve30000One25000Twelve 72000OnehttiscelianeousJC958K Chalmers studied these Items long and earnestly Looks as if Hestor hail started a intelor boarding house reflected the managing editor A 12room boarding house That is not the kind of furniture he would put up in n New York house lIe has his own bachelor apartment I have been In it scores of times It is full of fur niture and mighty fine furniture He read anti reread the furniture bill Then he leaned back in his hair and invoked the resources oi a memor trained to its work and r flesponsivelete or time fingers of a virtuoso It is about a year he reflected since hester invited Hob Van Home lllakc and myself to dinner nt tIle Waldorf and after dinner we went to his apartment He was loquaciously ll1stellous about some house he was building Bob Van Home hail been talking about n summer Joint lie was jtoln to erect out on Lon Island hmesterwhich would make Bobs look Ifke 30 c imentsand all that Seems to me as if he said something about palm trees Hob asked him where it was and he shut up like a clam Chalmers reflected He said palm trees all right Seems to me as if he said something about alligators Then he closed up and said noth ing Chalmers examined time other state minientskindsfor stocks of canned goods smoked meats condensed milk and the multitudinous articles which would be used n well tiamupliigthe 25th and 29th of April and were rendered on the first of the month It was late in the afternoon when he was through with this work About 11 oclock that night Chal mers received a telegram from MrsBernard Seymour dated from cago Mr Seymour had been detailed by Tnlk Stevens to hunt up the Chi cage record of L Sylvester Vincent Seymour was first heard of in timi following bulletin filed in Chicago at eight oclock that night Chicago May S To William Chalmers Managing Editor the Now York Record kidnapperHe TJosephoperators Was probably backed by CarmodyKentcent Is a plausible but desperate charac ter Tlavn big story Can send 100M words How much 3o ouwantD- ERSARD SEYMOUR Chalmers wired the impetuous Seymour to send nothing except a lirir e 7 iifi L Jp g y 4 cOtS K r iJf0 1i ltri J S s t S H 11 8 iJt 1 i V io 1crj r1 l 4 5 + J J j 4= t I + i 4 t 4 ir = tt f jr i tl t C t J 112 j tLq a t4 tt 4t t I 1t 1 I r1 L ft I iJfl4 t q J i 4 i tnlt jo Ii ielSc 4ft I I 4VjIr t L JtilI t1i i t 1e li rllsti1i8 I fI 4 a jJ 4 il VS1 t t 4 u 1 ff tt i f rZf i f V t if Sirf t i 7 t t 4 t t t f f2 t fr0 C DIVINE CERTAINTIES Gods Eternal Word the Only Sure and Abiding Foundation Every 1romUe linn urea Te ed by Christ Anil Find its Fnlllllmrnt In Him Sermon by the lUgh war nnd flyway Preacher Copyright 1903 by A N Kellogg News paper CoiText For all the promises of God In Him are yea and In Him Amen unto the glory of God by usll Cor 120 A sure thing That is what the world is looking for The business man the financier the leader in the industrial worM are all looking for a sure thmmugs antI put their money their brains and their energy into that which promises permanency and success But under the swift changes of the everchanging lidaytomorrow The sure thing of today in the scientific world becomes tIme un certainty antI incomplete fact in the light of the new discoveries of tomorrow The accepted wisdom nnd theory of today in the intellectual world lost their force and meaning as the ehang ing line of thought and doctrine of to morrow is developed Trace the course of human thought and events back through historys pages nod behmohis how time thriving plant of one age afit generation has become the decay and mold of the next Man is ns the grass of the field and his energy his achieve mcnts his wisdom and his theories all ourish in thcirday antI then pass away togive place toa new generation new age with its own line of activities and its own peculiar thoughts nnd theories That which is of man is cphem cral mill the sure thing is not to be found in him The myth on which his feet rest and over which they move in weaving the activities and intricacies of life had its foundations laid in the young and days of the universe antI it has remained through the ages which ave rolled around since thvnto the present day It has nourished its teem ing population has fed nnd sheltered the children of every clime and nation nnd has then opened its dark bosom a mid mingled its dust with the mortal clay of the human frame The lofty mountains that rear their rock lengths through the continents and the oceans that roll in ceaseless flow at their feet have seen each century s it has unfolded in time mighty pano rama of time nnd yet the earth its mountains nnd its vast waters mire to pass away The scientist will tell you that Ho even dares sometimes to fig re out the probable time And to the artim is not a sure timing The silver light of the fullorbed nnd beautiful moon flooded with its soft glow the sleeping earth the other night As I rejoiced in the night glory f the heavens the thought swept over ue And even thou oh moon will yet fall in thy light Thy glowing lace shall be veiled and the universe which has known thy faithful return and thy cheering light throughout the centuries will know thee no more And thou oh stars that have gemmed the heavens and sparkled in ceaseless splendor since God studded Ills unk verse with your hashing beauty to be a silent witness to ills glory thy days are numbered on the calendar of time hou to whom Abraham so long long ago lifted his eye of faith and sought to count your innumerable host as they marched across time heavens that he might learn the number of the progeny which God was yet to give him thou art yet to fail and fall from thy airy heights And while I mused the grcmi t b Oll e lors Wt i lI i iJ li i4 i 7t ra1 ii i t t I J 1 j i2t I t 2bt ii k i2 p cSIi i 4 4 1 l t i 4 t t P r W tt 2 y i i i rDJ J t fihet c Ithristsof God The rays of each and every promise found in the Old Testament are caught up and concentrated In Christ mind then stream forth with new intensity and new meaning as they burn out and cleanse from allssin and clothe with the righteousness which is of God The promises of the Old Testament center in time Christ anti through Him spread out nto the glad Gospel message of the promisesChrist Amen unto the glory of God by sitsTho Divine Certainties Enoch walked with God three hundred and Rixtlhc years and then mounting promiRethe grave on into time eternal presence of God Abraham knowing the romnises of loch ansi hearing lIlt nit left the laud of his fathers antiw went into a mud which God shewed him He sojourned in time land of promise as in a strange country welling in tabernacles with Isaac nnd Jnoob the heirs with him of the same promise for he looked for n city which hath foundations whose builder and maker is God And take the long list of other worthies whose names Paul chiseled in the wonderful corridor of fame of the IcW phosehold of the promises of God by faith and obtained that sure reward which lies like the sweet meat in the nut within the heart of every promise Do you fear and hesitate to stand upon them Take your Bible nail search its pages from lid to lid and find one promises lhavethat people time avenues of its faithsful human record every promise has had its testing Pick your promise and then search out your character that tested and proved time promise It can be done Gods record is per fect nail the Holy Spirit did not cease writing until every word and sylla ble of God haul been tested and proved fnitlmfmmlcThere are sorie Testa ment promises which have not yet fallen due notaoly those in time Old Testament and repeated in some degree III the Xew regarding the res toration of the Jewish nation and t u glory of God which is yet to shine out through them And in the Xew Testament the promise of time second coming of Christ shines out as the brightest nnd most glorious gem in all tin magnificent collection To it time church has directed its en rapt gaze since the words fell from the lips of the angel on Mount Olivet and in its fulfillment is to be realized in the twinkliirgof an eye the changing of the mortal bodieg into those of immor tality anti the union of Christ to His bride time church which lie is to meet in the air as He comes in time clouds of glory And because every promise which has fallen elsie hasjfvlly and cOJlfidentthntshall yet come to pass are absolutely sure of realization The little boy stood on the busy cheerslitticor care And yet there he stood as the long moments dragged by and the hur rying throngs passed him on either hand Xo one stcracd to have any claim on the youngster He was nit alone By and by the unusual sight of such a small boy standing on the street corner all alone Attracted the attention of the big placeman stationed at the crossing Feiring that the little rIlexedthntjoow nml Sr irhitSWish 1 ll 2g1S xa s f 5 e eekb t fA j r ttIf 1 c IC i f fo 1 tAf Cki Jli i f r 4yS 0t t l t J JJtpJf Ar t il i 2 ISAr i l lt- 5 a 4 ft s e tR g i i z 4 I i t0tEF f r it 1 5S q rst stone marks the beginning as the oul comes in touch with God and puto s trust in Him the last is gained as feet rest on the other side tbe river of death and find the golden road way which leads into the City of God Tlic first stone is the promise of salva tion in Christ Jesus Believe on time Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be The lat stoneis time promise When thou passeth through the waters I will be with thee and the as surance that though I walk through the valleyof the shadow of death I will fear no evil for Thou art with me And between the two stretch out for every step of the journey of life the promises which if claimed and upon will enable time soul to pursue n safe pathway and to rejoice in the Lorllalway Did you ever realize that from the moment Jesus rested in the manger at Bethlehem a babe until the day He was caught up into Heaven through the clouds Ills feet constantly rested upon the promises of His Father It as all He had to depend upon the eternal Word of God And if at any point in His earthly life He had lifted His feet from the stepping stones of Gods promises He would have failed in Ills great and marvelous mission of redeeming the human race lint thanks be to God lIe lid not and thus not only did the promises uphold Him but they were fulfilled and es tablished in Him And now it is our privilege in Christ Jesus to claim every romise He claimed to walk safely ver every step of the journey of life The Pathway of JOAt time very close of the earthly life of Jesus lIe spoke of the joy which filled His heart What was the secret of that Joy Was it in Himself Was it in the cruel path He hud traveled Was it that at time end of His earthly career ie was rejected nnd crucified by the nation to which He had come as Mes iali and King Xo Joy is never found in ones self in the timings we have or the pathway of iifwe travel Jesus joy was found in the sure promises of God He knew His feet rested upon that which would abide long after the heavens and earth has ceased to be He could see the glorious gleams from ime promises of God shining over the ross through the tomb and marking n pathway of light back to the pres ence of the Father Joy oh what joy It is the joy which may be ours for Jesus after testing every one of Gods promises and establishing them in Himself said These things have I spoken unto you that My joy might remain in you and that your joy might be full The Glory of the Promises And herein is where the glory of the prom ises shines forth Our text declares that the promises of God are sure unto the glory of God byits A prom ise of God linked with a human life onbifindmatchless glory and magnificence of the Heavenly city The corn of wheat needs to be linked with the black soil the rain and the sunshine before the glory of its fruitage can be revealed The diamond shut within the narrow dark prison of its plush case is not a whit different than the bit of glass which may rest at its side but lift it from its case and Jink it with the flashing beams of sunshine and Its glory stands revealed while tile lit of glass remains but a piece of unre sponsive glass still So it is with man and Gods promises Shut man up tti himself and the promises of God are dead and meaningless but let ijiim once open his life and heart to the streaming light of the promises au4 he flashes back their beauty in a thou sand gleams of light to the glorjt of God If man needs Gods promise j which to step from earth to lIea Gods promises need man to rea their fulfillment and reveal tli glory Ah how necessary is nIa9lnJntoGorl I IS 5SI I ei5o i4AVoi Jfclj tR Jti 111tE I 7 WFi- I J1ii j i0 1 i t i n t r t 3l1 1 tfi C 2io 0 10 1 fffi Fs 5 i i t i 5 J GATARRII THIRTY YEARS CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON OF OHIO II ts I I UI I I SuS SU I I I S I I I lion David Meekison is well known not only In his own State but fout America lie began lila political career by serving four consecutive terms as Mayor of time town in which ho lives during which time he became vldely a known as the founder of the Meekison Bank of Nanoleon Ohio UewaseJccted to and is the jItOnlyCatarrh with its insidious approach grasp was foe For thirty years he waged unsuccessful warfare against this personal Stenemy At last Penman came to the rescue and he dictates the following letter to Dr Hartman as the result tI 4I SP S 5IS SI I SISS I I I S SU I I I I have used several bottles of Peruna and I feel greatly benefited thereby from my catarrh of the head I feel encouraged to believe that If I use It a short time longer I will be fully able to eradicate the disease of thirty years standing David Meekison Memberof Congress 4 j l fr TilE season of catching cold is upon The cough and the sneez and the nasal twang are to be heard on every hand The origin of chronic catarrh the most common and dreadful of diseases is a cold This is tho time chronic catarrh generally begins A person catches cold wluchJiangsonlonger than usual The cold generally starts in the head and throat Then follows sensitiveness of the air passages which incline one to catch cold very easily At last the person has a cold all the while seemingly more or less discharge from the nose hawking spitting frequent clearing of the throat nostrils stopped up full feeliajr in time head and sore inflamed throat The best time to treat catarrh Isatthe very beginning A bottle of Peruna prop used never fails to cure a common cold thus preventing chronic catarrh druggist Peruna Almanac To lie Well Of Uncle George If you would have men speak well of you after you are dead culti Tate a sunny disposition sad be tsympathetic with alL Tom Yes and if npe1 peaktvellofyouj I v v r r s k j rSUi it titi Al ti 1 c to v 2rZ r dl5 t p 1 t i hiS fi Y d4 t4 t5 I f 4 a t r I YL tr 55L f 12 e y iB curedfofPersian yet as a rule when the catarrh becomes thoroughly fixed more than th jcureyearsstandlugnal remedy for chronic catarrh in ex 1 istence But prevention isfar better than cure fEvery subject to catching cold take Peruna at once at the i slightest symptom of cold or sore tbroattat this season of the year and pre l vent what is almost certain to end in rchronic catarrh iiSend for free book on catarrh entitled 0 Winter Catarrh by Dr HartmantHealth and Beauty sent free to l women only J Ask your for a free lt Spoken person should TeehaleaUtT ExpIaIeddS ls can ji tIy say 4 conyey the J p is under tile 14c1 4 L 5S j 1 I ecItda q45 irSS5SS cffSi yi IL iS + li-55 niccess v2 I sII 5r ii i i tS- fcfr 4 f St r ivl r t t v 1 1 xit4S W i 4S jlfe i L J hj tIIlt0 SS q 3 f1 i 11 4rS s r ixT T4tJ DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY it Call Issued By the Democratic State Executive CommitteeI ill Be Held On May 9 Under the State Primary Election Law Qualifications For the Voters Tho following Is tho call for a dem 3pcratlc primary on May 9 which was a jlssued January 24 by tho democratic t BUtp executive committee TbXho democratic executive com 1t Your subcommittee appoint c to arrange for the details of the rlmary election caned for the pur TPfho of nominating democratic candl ajes for all state offices to bo filled at November election 1903 would njbst respectfully report as follows 1 First That a primary election bo bed for the purpose above designated In each and every voting precinct throughout tho commonwealth on tho l hoursIage am democratic youths who will be of illall ago on tho 3d day of November shall bo entitled to vote Third That In cities where reglstra is required tho registration used at the last general election shan be used in this primary and all those registered as cmocrats shall bo en titled to vote in this primary and in In addition to those registered nil democrats residing in tho precinct 11Who for any cause railed to register nt the last general registration and all lemocrats who have moved into the J precinct since the last registration uid nil dcmTRtlc youths who will Jjroe of lavl r Xwombrv 3 1003 I be enfi f ivith tho off i it u iji I pectlvo dlMiics IInl upon tukng nth that vin uo legal voters in said pro r v1 at tho November election 1903 vshall bo entitled to vote in tills pri mary and the officers of election In each precinct In cities where reglstra tlon Is required shaYrresene tho record of all who tered with them as abovo provided Fourth That tho officer of election shall bo appointed by tho democratic county committees throughout the commonwealth and shall In each coun ty be apportioned among the contest Jug candidates as nearly ecua as can be done In case the local committee In anYIounty rails or refuses o act nndnppolnt tho officers of election as above provided or In thocvcnt that complaint is made to this committee that thcr6fflcer8 of election Iffappoint cd by tho said local county commit tee are not apportioned among the con testing candidates as above provided 6r are not suitable or fair officers 4 Jicn this committee has the right to t hear and determine said complaint and if it is well founded then this committee hrs the right to take charge of and appoint the officers of election In all such counties where tho local democratic committee fails It or refuses to act or where complaint made is found to bo well founded and appoint the officers of election as 11llbOVI provided for FlthThat upon the ilO to r the loca county com vt candidate or his frio tTcrmittod to avoi t poll J 1 i tot 1 ttA r ttf tAt rllJ1 I It r 1 i 1 Isii 1 1 T V J1 + tti O t tth l it ifIc r 1 f i iIN J 1 1 1r f i1o1t y Irt 0 frlI f rL 1 fr J If J wt1fm 1 J 1 tf1i1 1 i d i 14 O I I t tt t t i jf f illlfr ot f I i 1 I 1fIJotd t Sl I1 1 0 0 II 5i4 ot iiilol 4 4 it r l 4 ii j xlt t iTt Pl 04 Ayr Sr Je s ht ttt f ottt4 5i j fI1t fflif J y J 11 Jfie o 1 ft to 1 = i7 t f J ifti iy 1 r11 AA S t10 i ff ftf1 1y fi f i 1 1 itt iVi 411 o t i Ioc j4r rf IA f 1oOi tr I 1 t r1 61if M1 4t t I t iA tjt fr1t it i 74 tm f f i r htd t it fip f tr 01 AF a Pi tc Z f tr 5 rj1 t tit Jj 4 i4 1It = fr l r ra o Ji tz fl t If liI t1 ft fr Lr rN i l rJ h 11i I 9i1f F tj i lF J t K t ft t 1 d tJ t fl t iq t 1h r J i1 1 IO I 1110Tk tf Jw jK iVt1 t i = V lr1 r fr i 1 1f I t t t t J I tttt rtJ lbf fj 4 fH J N t J r I i j t r i 1 + f rI 00 o oNjf t f I IA O dtr 4 C f tt Jo 1 e J Il I V I r t before said primary to make known such intention or desire on or beforo tho date abovo designated and to pay the assessment assessed against him as above provided on or before tho 9th day of April 1803 then the namo such candidate shall not bo print cd upon the ballot The assessment for the various offices Is fixed as fol lows For the office of governor 2000 For tho office of lieutenant governor 600 For the office of attorney gen eral lsoo For the office of auditor 220TT For tho office of treasurer lSOO For the office of secretary of state 1800 For the office of superintend ents of public instruction lSOO For tho office of clerk of the court of appeals 1800 For tho office of commissioner of agriculture 1700 Total 1GOOO In thc event that a candidate for any office above named should havo no opposition then ho Is required to pay the entire assessment fixed for that office and In tho event there la moro than one candidate for any of the above named offices tho as scssmcnt for that jartfeular office la to be equally apportioned among tho candidates for such office I e if thero is only one candidate for any given of fice say that of treasurer then ho- shall bo assessed the full 1800 and in the event thero aro two candidates they shall bo each assessed 000 and In the event thero arc throe candidates they shall each be assessed and so on In the event there is a sur plus remaining after defraying all tho expenses of said primary It shall bo returned to those by whom It was paid In tbj same proportion in which It was raid by thorn and in the event that the expenses of said primary aro greater tlmr 16000 then tho cost thcuof over and nboro said sum Is to bo paid by tho successful candi dates In the same proportion in which they wero assessed and It is tho duty of tho local county committee in ouch county to certify to the chairman of tho state central and executive com thatIconn Twelfth As neceppity may arise tho subcommittee Is authorized to adopt such mips and regulations and do all acts and things ns from time to time may became necessary to Insure tho faithful grid fair conduct of said pri mary not Inconsistent with the pri mary election law of this state or with luo report hero submitted Thirteenth Bcforo entering upon tho disbharge of their duties the ofil ccrs of clcct fyn shall be sworn as tno law dlrceta and their duties and responsibilities shall bo precisely tho same as those of legally appointed and regularly qualified officers of regular state elections Fourteenth As tho present party organization was chosen in 1900 for four years It is tho sense of tills com mittee that no convention need be held during this year and that the party organization ns at present consti tuted should stand till the convention is called to send delegates to the na tional convention in 1901 Fifteenth That a copy of this report shall bo printed and posted at the courthouse door in each county in this kq inonwcalth and that at least 20 I te furnished to tho local t 2 each county In r4bo posted by 41 ct not V bni Hate ol wlt i 1903 1 4J an1tther news to who wltl i i tur J i 4 r7I iJI 1 t te Jc f i Io il u 1f T rr ii 2 t lf tIoiI Ji j t ij f j t i Ii j 3 1 f i IT M t 11cIf iit J f 1tZf 1 I a l t OIIi1 ffI l i tj 1 Y loi l1 st W 1 rr 1i1f r t tc iifti j to 1tCI 4j i1 I jil ts rrn JIfiI1c jA tJJ lC + t r rfpfi t lj ir i l i rf f o 1r i i o f J Iij1o r J t6 5 fiVif vn11r1 1 l t t i t t l Il1 i111tYF rP F y tl4 MoA j 1 i vf V 1r a Ta 1 t J f f it f if 1 i 4 c J ttiII 1 At tJ 1 fif 0 i t f 3 r i t 0t i 18ftti7 i j r rf d T ftv vvY I t I FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS Second Session Washington Jan 29SenateA sharp debato was precipitated In the senate Wednesday when Mr Rawllns called up his resolution directing the secretary of war to furnish the senate tho proceedings of a number of courts martial in the Philippines In the course of his remarks Mr Rawlins re ferred to the death of Father Augua tlnh and said he was murdered in cold blood This aroused tho ire of Mr Bovcrldge who demanded specifically to know who had committed the cold blooded murder Mr Proctor defend cd Capt Cornelius M Bromwell who had been mentioned In tho Rawllns resolution ns being responsible for Fa ther Augustlns death Tho statehood bill was taken up at 2 oclock and Mr Lodge spoke In opposition to it An attempt by Mr Aldrlch to divide the business of tho senate with the state hood hill failed anti the senate at 515 oclock adjuorncd House The house Wednesday made slow progress with the Indian appro priation bill covering only about eight pages In over four hours Mr Burton O hung on the flank of Mr Sherman N Y who hall charge of the bill and insisted upon an explanation ol every Item He succeeded In bavin several appropriations cut down In the course of the debate ho furnished some Interesting statistics on tho sub ject of Indian education designed to show that the moro money the govern ment spent the more helpless the In dians became Tho senate amend ments to tho bill to amend the bank ruptcy act was agreed to Washington Jan 30SenateThoJ senate proceedings Thursday were un rmrkcd by any lively debates Mr McLaurin Mitt urged adoption of tlio Rawllns resolution calling on the secretary of vir for tho evldeacc in cerlam courtsmartial cases In the Philippines on tho ground that the cfiiccrs of the tit my In a number of Instances had brutally treated IJH pino ircn and umen and he wantI thoT weeded on of the army Mr Ledge concluded hIt remarks In on o sltioii to the omnibus statehood bll and Mr Bard Cal also spoke in op position to It- HousoThe house passed the Indian appropriation bill and began consideration of the post office appropriation bill Mr Burton rep O continued his criticism of the extravagance of the Items of the Indian bill to tho end but his three days attack on the hill wan not productive of many reduc tirns Mr Patterson dem Tern tool advantage of the latitude allowed in general debate on the post office bill to make a set speech for an hour and half on the trust question Mr Reid dem Ark spoke on good roads Tho conferees of the depart ment of commerce bill were named jut as tile house adjourned Washington Jan 31SenateNo business of importance was transact ed in the senate Hous = Friday was tho last private claims day of this congress in the house and members with bills on the calendar carried everything before them in committee of the whole For tyfive hills in all were acted on fa vorably despite the efforts of Mr Payne the republican floor leader as sisted by Mr Cannon and other memo bers to defeat some of them Many of the claims were old dating back to tho civil war and a few originated prior to that time The latter were for balances due for carrying malls in the south when the war broke out Mr Payne was particularly Insistent in his opposition to these bills Mr Payne blocked their final passage by making the point of no quorum nut tile friends of the claims refused tu bo balked A motion was made to recess until Saturday morning at 1030 oclock In order to continue the legis lative day of Friday and the ser gcantatarms and his deputies were sent out to arrest and bring In absen tees It was 8 oclock at night before the requisite quorum vraapccjired to carry the ny frT sslon go o noo t l to irh fi 1 t I Jlftt i iiiw io cIO 4 sJ t 1 Sit f r s t 111Ii i Jtgif 1I1t I t ffl f tr t i tflt 1 7tti In 7 il t r 1 I r v ri 1f It i 1 If 1 t 1 fS t 12 tA f t iIT1 ii 3 f r5t S rS t I r Jot6 05 If fi Jcf1 yc G aCaCi fes KfI C Ii ti i INTERESTING STATE NEWS iJ JtI D THROUGH THE OIL FIELDS Ohio Capitalists Are Back of a New Trolley Line Owensboro Ky Jan 30An inter urban electric railway costing upward of 1500000 running from Owens boro through miles of the most fer tile section of the Green river coun try will be under construction In p few weeks and In six months the promoters say the road will bo com pletedMr Wade dishing of Cincinnati and C A Hopkins of Loveland O arc back of the project Working In con nection with tiio Ohio capitalists aro Messrs J C Delkcr F T Gunthcr James II Parrlsh Charles Ilroekcr James H Illckman and R S Hughes of this city and Rowan Holhrook of Hal ford Tho road will extend from this city to Curdsvlllo on Green river up the river to Delaware to Calhoun and then to Hartford The power house will bo situated at tho most con venient location as to fuel which will probably be Delaware Oil has been found near Calhoun during the last six months In large quantities ono well said to he giving 4500 barrels per day The ailway will pass directly by these wens Messrs Wade dishing and C A Hopkins and J A Stewart a civil engineer from Cincinnati have gono over the pro posed route anti Mr Stewart spoko most favorably thereof H is thought wcrlt will b gln In the next two weeks ALLEGED FUGITIVE He Is Well Armed and Left Fulton Just In Time Fulton Ky Jan ItFutton wan excited Friday night over the chaso of a man said to be wanted in Little Rock Ark Clinton Ky and May field Joe Campbell came hero Friday afternoon and Marshal Robertson heard that he was a fugitive Deputy Sheriff Jim Miller Night Officer Baker and Alvin Burrow started In pursuit Sheriff Carpenter organized a posso and joined tho chase Campbell U well armed having a Winchester and brace of pistols It Is alleged Camp ben is wanted for tho thoft of a horso and buggy belonging Tyree of May field and valued r THE INJUNCT1 CASES Judge Cantrlll Will Dec n Favor of the Insurance Crroanies Frankfort Ky Jan 31 Circuit Judge Cantrlll wilt Saturday deliver an opinion deciding Injunction cases of 22 of the lew lire Insur ance companies of tlioInLry against tho state board of fnjn and as sessment to enjoin assessment of their franchises In V tacky for taxa tion The state IK seeks to make assessment for five jearn past which will aggregate 5000 uses Louisville Board of ade Banquet Louisville Ky Jr Gen Clms H Taylor publish the Boston Globe was tho ri1 speaker at the banquet Thuftfj night of the Louisville board of lr Gen Tay lor who is making ns first trip to Kentucky and who p Vnt the day In visiting the points of Jnterest about Louisville In company with a group of local b slness n 1 hearty me 1 3 fo ot it J j t tIt r 10 n y TJr5 f 0 lfL iJ f h tW 7 t t n r1 t r 0 1 f J fi ltJ tr Jzt ft r YOUTSEYS CONFESSION Says James B Howard Fired the Shot That Killed William Goebel Louisville Ky Jan 28A Frank fort Ky special says James B Howard of Clay county fired the shot that killed William GoP bol said Henry E Yotitsey in his confession as to his part In and knowl edge of the conspiracy which termin a ated In the assassination of William Gocbcl Tho convicted man now says that ho has made a dean breast of the details of tho plot anti Ima told ovcry thing ho knows tully and frankly lie said that the shot Vas fired from the front window In the private offlco of Secretary of State Caleb Powers and that ho and Jim Howard were the on ly persons Insldo of the room Ho named William S Taylor Chas Flnley Caleb Powers John I Pow ers William S Culton Wharton Gol den anti William J Davidson as con spirators with him GAVE HIMSELF UP Frank Cecil Under Indictment 8ur rendered to Officers Franlifort Ky Jan 31 Frank Co oil of Hell county indicted in January 1902 for being accessory before the fart to the murder of Gov William Gocbcl and who has been a fugitive since that time surrendered himself Friday Ho pleaded not guilty when arraigned in court and by agreement of commonwealth was admitted to halt In the sum of 3000 which was fur nished Cecil was taken before tho Franklin county grand jury and spent several hours there His surrender was by agreement with Common wealth Attorney Franklin and he will be used as a witness for the common wealth Tho grand Jury will adjourn Saturday after making a report to the court No Indictments in tho Goebel murder caso are expected THE ATTORNEY GENERAL He Will Seek a Mandamus Against Circuit Judge Tarvln Frankfort Ky Jan 29 Attorney General of State Clifton Pratt Wed nesday afternoon filed In tho court of appeals notice that he will seek a mandamus against Circuit Judge Jas P Tnrvln of Covington to compel him to grant an appeal from a Judg ment entered by him in the case ot the commonwealth against the Bava rian Brewing Co and 25 similar com panics in Kenton county The proceeding Is an unusual one in Kentucky the right of appeal from the ruling of a circuit judge to the state court of appeals having never heretofore been denied The cases against the brewing companies for al leged conspiracy to flx prices of beer Tho commonwealth sought the ap peal DAMAGE SUIT FILED Action Brought Against the Western Lunatic Asylum Hopklnsville Ky Jan 30Sult was filed Thursday by P M Willingham ot Webster county administrator of Jas Y Willingham against the Western lupaUc isyluni and Dr W W Ray sUi T VfT 25000 damages l f1 it j t i4 fJ tj f t J ii S y ZS tii jJf f r I Y j t s j t i 1i f 02 f t l ft W t zoc 3 STANDING ON HIS RIGHTS KneiT One Point of IMVT nnd lIe Cel It for HJH Own Pro 1tThe next witness wan a hardfi tell remj lute yoeman with a bristling chin beard ay the Chicago Mr Uigon said the attorney for the defentr are you acquainted with the reputation of this man for truth and veracity in the neighborhood in which he lives J I reckon 1 am replied the witness I will ask you to tate what it is Well sir his reputation fur truth antno good His reptation fur vrnuity well thats ditlrunt Some says he does and tome Jitnefslnterpoknow meaning of veracity I wordThereplyingThen tionjudgehecriminate me Fur OIil Men Cnn Soy Till Lakefield Minn Feb2nd Wm E Gen try of this place makes the following state ment For over forty ears I luffered witlfmisI cry in my back and at times 1 could not pass I water without great pain and a burning sen ration have had to make water as manyI as sixteen times during one night a little at a time many kinds of kill ney medicines but all without any good re sult till at last I tried Dodds Kidney Pills and pains are all complcleIynow than I have for over fifty year attribute tt all to Dodds Kidney Pills Dodds Kidney Pills some re markable cures in this part of the state and many old men and women are praising them as a cure for lame back Kidney and bladder troubles Jeel lnA O wretched lot of the twentieth century man Nqt only is the air full of microbes but now we must have a care not to inlLleI a wireless message Toronto Star A Xew Novel Attracting Attention Lionel Ardon by Malcolm Dearborn is n new historical novel brought out by Dil lingham Co in November last It has many points on which to commend it for its superiority to the reading public There- ati present such a deluge of new novels that when one can be picked out whose in terest is to intense and whose characters are so well drawn like all productions of true merit it is soon placed in the first rank At the time of the publication of this vol ume we had the pleasure of favorably re viewing and we are pleased to note the bythethe Boston Deacon In this book the reader renews acquaint ance with Knglish history by means of a story delicately conceived and very inter estingly told The historical characters are well drawn and the imaginary ones are to life pait or present This is the novel to utilize the beautiful face and char acter of Lady Jane Grey and she makes a very attractive part of the story Lionel Ardon from boyhood to manhood plays worthily the heros part The book is very strikingly bound in dark blue and gilt with a decorative touch by the outlines of the rose and thistle in colors and two inverted swords in white Extortionate Mrs DumleyI dont see why you can him a liberal writer Mrs WheWhy not Mrs Dumley Why he chargc two dollars for blS last bookanu its only got about 75 pages in itPbiladel phia llecord Many School Children Are Sickly Mother Gravs Sweet Powders for Children used by Mother UraYtn nurse in Chil drens Home New Colds euro Feverisbness Constipation and dctrev Worms All Drucrcists 25c Saml1loFRE- Address Allen S UlmstedLo IloyJJevr York Look at the crowd of women going Sirs Cabbies haute What the attrac tion Detraction The jewing circle meets there today Philadelphia Press To Cnre n Cold In OneDnr Take Laxative Uromo Tablets All druggists refund money if it fails to cure 25c Every time the unexpected happens the Itoldvouso person is on IpotIndi anapolis News I am sure Pisos Cure for Consumption saved my life theeellrs agoIrs Thos Kobbin Xor V V Fob 17 1000 lot lend Uh joJU dnnot bor H 4 =yI 7 tiotrIcr f tN 0 i iiil = ri t Irt J t I 4 Jiac f lJ9 iJS t itJc i t7r1 ir lr iJ vr1 9 J0 3 1 t ti r 3- D 0 1WOMEN SUFFERII Hard to attend to dally duties with a that aches like 1he toothache womans kidneys give her constant trouble Backache is the first warning of sick kidneys and should never be neglected Urinary disorders annoy embarrass and worry woman Dangerous diabetes dropsy and Brights dis ease are sure to follow if the kidneys aro neglected Read how to cure the kidneys and keep them well Mrs James Deck of 311 West Whitesboro Street Rome N Y says I was troubled with my kidneys for eight or nine years had much pain in my back as time went on I could hardly endure it I could not stand except for a few moments at a time grew weak and exhausted I could not even do light housework let alone washing and ironing I could not stoop or bend my head ached severely I was in paiufrom my head down to my heels centering in the kidneys it was a heavy steady sickening ache I could not rest nights and got up mornings weak and tired I thought I was about done for when I saw Doans Kidney Fills advertised for kidney complaints and got them at Broughton Gravess drug store Within a week after commencing their use I began to improve and from that time on rapidly grew bet ter I used five boxes in all and was cured I have recommended Doann Kidney Pills to many others and my case ought to convince the most skep tical sufferer to give them a fair trial A FREE TRIAL of this great kid ney medicine which cured Mrs James Beck will be mailed on application to any part of the United Stats Address FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y For sale by all druggists price SO cents per box fi 1 AVE MONEY Buy your goods at Wholesale Price Our 1000paee catalogue rill be sent receipt of IS cents This amount IetIIIn cood faith Better send for it now Your neighbors trade with uswhJ not vou also r CHICAGO The howe that tells the truth IObject to It Belntr Flattened A scientist says that 17 the earth wai flattened the tea would be two miles deep over the world And an Oklahoma Id itor gives out the following If any man is caught flattening out the earth shoot him on toe spot and dont be too particu lar what spot Theres a whole lot of ui in Oklahoma that cant swim Kansas City Alo Journal Check Cold and Bronchitis with Bales i Honey of Horehound and Taro Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute The pride of achievement is not nearly so great fomctiincs as thankfulness for what we did not do Indianapolis Sun The Overland Limited solid train Chi cago to the Coast daily Chicago Union Pacific k XorthWcitern Line Deing a theatricat comes nat ural to him ics he was born with a cast ia his eye Philadelphia bulletin Old Sofas Backs of Chairs etc can be dyed with Putnam Fadeless Dyes A small door may lead to a large room RamVHv J F L ittrrY it t iJ j t7 l Beardless Oarla rodliall 20tn Century Oats Tba rat rarrlproduciiig to loo boa per acre no V 8 Ac Dcpar mrnt tint That Faro ooldon Goto Corn trult wondertulrarlctT Macaroni Whont Greatest wheat on iih for arid dry hot loltn yleld a bat per acre In troduced by ixpco Agriculture lt awooder SpeltzOrctnt food on earth to bna Brain ami I tons murnlaeent bay pel ere That Para- Victoria Rapo makedtpowlblcto crow hom ttierp at a cost o but in alb War Telouily firollSrlSoTB well Ttry nerB That Payo- Bromus Inormlo tU and Billion Dollar Qru an tho two matt wonderful grawes ot tbo century BBOMT7S pro daceil toasaadBUllon 8 Qrua tons of bay and lou analotiof pulunge betides per aero Orowfl whereYerjwlMj fouD- dPotatoco C3BO and up a bamt for loovawiihyoa to try our great farm henra Oder to Mod II farm teed aunpleiUacaroclWbaat Teoilnto Hap Giant ClorerBpetu et worth to set ouc atcatatoror postage LAND WARRANTS tuned to soldiers of any ir r Also Sold trs Addi tional Homestead Rights Writ mo at once FIIANK U UEOEK P aBoxKSIXnTerCoIO TOBACCO SPIT and SMOKE YourLifcawavl You cad be cured of any form of tobacco using easily be made vrelL strong magnetic full new and vigor by talcing NOTOBAO that makes weak men strong Many gain ten pounds in ten days Over 500000druggists Cure guaranteed Book let and advices FREE Address STERI4NQ RFMEDY CO Chicago or NewXortf 437 Provrrb Wrens Think twice before yon speak once said the man who quotes that ir lttiint- U a good motto 1 dont think so said the Cynical Codg er While youre thinking of thoie two things some other fcllov will have a chance to get oil the brilliant remark JUaltimore Herald Sure an Oiin hardly of the opinioi that Oill lasht as long as taat Richmond Dis patch T A fool and his money are soon marri J Puck Ttr g ugs v Vi rnrvV1 no ffv it ff J ZiJ 0 WiNGSMEOUTLBOlT PER YEAR INADVANCE Address nil communications to THE OUTLOOK Punusniwa CII or to OwingBvilleKy TH URSD AY PEn 1003 ANNOUNCEMENT For Circuit Court Clerk We lire nuthnrized to announce Tame L Conner DP n candidate for Circuit Clerk of lluth county sub ject to the notion of the Democrat ie party Election November 1903 We nro authorized to announce Justin J Mark cs a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Batlr conn ty subject to tlio nction of till Dpiuucrutiu party Jons D ROCKPELLEK proposes to spend seven millions 10 dircircr n cure fur cimauu ption ouloil may prove to beit THE next U S Senate will con tain many new members but till few old foxy fellows of long sere vice will run things the sntno ns ever A RESOLUTION has been intro vduced in thE Knnsns legislature to nmcnd the State election law go ns Cas to exclude nil negroes from vote t ing Thats enough to mnko Johty Browns yhost appear on tho scene =THE hero of the Morrimnc nml merry smack had to take IlobfonV ciioice nt lust by resigning from t the Navy the Naval Board being iiTilling to retire him on half pity l Hobaons roiuon given is trt Sis eyes arc in bnd condition I+ U S Seimtor Wellington of Maryland bus introduced bill to amend the Constitution by prohi biting any individual in the United States from owning more than ten million dollars worth of property Uncle Hussell Sage would call that pestiferous agitation A bill has been introduced in Congress to increase tho annual salary of the President to 100000 As Presidents have been not only living high but saving big money out of the ofllce tho increase is not warranted from nny standpoint Besides they neednt accept the of tficoif they cnn do bettor ADDICKS has twentyone sure votes nnd doubtless would give i hundred thousand cncli for the other six votes necessity to elect him U S Senator from Delaware The Republican opposing him de florre only qualified credit for they could defeat him by combining with tho Democrats to elect n Republican for the long term and u Democrat for tho short torm Addicks will finally reach the coveted place tin V lBB some such notion is taken GREAT Britain Germany nrd Italy want to hg the Venezuelan persimmons which promised to butt up tho negotiations in a row The other claimants who have withhold the use of violence to col lect their claims naturally feel that they deserve an equal sh and Venezuela is dis it MennwIii f 1 j A J r t Jr 1t V 11 1 1io I0J f 3 t jt I Jm i12 it 1on 1 vt SjIo It i1 r y Jt1 f VI t t i yjj iifJE 1 i1t tilia i JhJ l II 6l i w ii1f iJu 0 t r1 f t r0 44t F f t J oC Jo f tf t 4Lfi nAt i1 t7 vJfI = i8 NII I IIj = t J II4 5 p w 1 i l itAt 2 N r r7 i iH f i i f1 fS fO1rt ltp J 4 itfO r J i x iJ l f h j i tp I Jf 3iO J JSvs I 1 1 irF 1vt r 7 li fN iHt I ioi J t 1 i i J 1 tt u ti ti 1iiJt tr i i t fit J 1y1w1 oItiN tJ l t 1 rIt 1 Y i 4 Pftlil to t t3i c k tfh T 4 2 kL4 1i pi It o 1Iirr Io r r f i 3 I f ttzk ti r to4j tp f1 I hri tZi r r ff 7 i1 jf tl SJ 1 iJ f lt r t i t i1l1tt Z Si4 i ii ttTI J J tfrftX T J I J rfJ fi 1t f tf j frt rijhzt tJrti511tjt rS l 4 1 h f t snItjr FrP1iPllt 14 s 1 F ti J w ji J oftw i D Ar r r Piot Y 4t o S J rf 1If 1 1 fo l td t 1 t la r1rr t T t 1 8fI 131oj Ir tAf 1 rZ F iv J t F1f iI H r ctlr i i tt iti tJ d = l f I Jc 1 70HJ Y ii t lrb i i 7t J t ir f ti J j 1 J t t r r j t 1 ri 1 t t1C ti w t c r J 1 Slate Valley The twoyearcld baby of James Snedejar and wife has bronchitis MuEon Vicp WHS up from Flat Greek lust xrcek trying to sell his farm Mrs Ira Nester n very old ladyj somewhere in the eighties pneumonia W E Atchisonand wife of Salt Liik are visiting the family of Sum Shultz Ilnrvo Sextiin rooxcd into the old tollgate house lately vncntedj by Sid Tincher Joseph Toy of near Sharpsburg visittd tho family of John K Jones last week Cube Sncdegnr and wife have been visiting west of Slate Creek since Friday of lust week Doe Rudder wire and children visited Mrs Rudders parents An drew Coylo nnd wife on Prickly Ath from Saturday until Monday Odessa The eiclc uro all improving in this vicinity G orge Kerr bought 13 head of horses of Clay Hunt Friday for f05- Ed Wnrrcn has about completed Jnnplsoll1ccJ S Anderson said n small pair of mules last week to to Saundcrs Bros of Fleming Co fur 200 John Steele of Flat Creek visit ed hit undo and mint W B Pow er nnd wife Saturday night und Sunday v Dr Isaac W Jones left the first of last week to take up his studies for the third term ut the Louis ville Medical College Mrs Jns Denton nnd son of Paris were hero Saturday to con suit Dr Jones in regard to u growth on Mrs Dentons fnca fvElzie Stone closed a term or writingschool lIturdaylit the up per scuoolbousc j Mrs W B Power got the prize of free tuition for the greatest improvement on unship Upper Prickly Ash Alraanzu Stone bought a heifer calf of Newt Shrout for 10 E S Hamilton nnd wife of Roen Run vititcd relatives here one day lust week Mrs Dollic Lyter visited her niece Mrs Fannie Coyle on lower Prickly Ash last week Thomas Rynn nnd wifo of Rey noldsville were guests of R L Stone and wifo Sunday E S Hamilton bought one Jer scy cow nnd two short yearling huifers of Jeff und Wayne Donald Ion for 20- Martin Manley nnd wife of low er Slate Creek visited the formers parcntB Roe Munley und wife Sat urday and Sunday Tho relatives and friends who were interested in Jho Cnrtmill graveyard put up a new wire fenc i abound it last week grnnddtUghtersElizabeth Rntliff visited relatives in Mt Sterlinu last week Blisses Fcnton E Shrout nnd Arizona Bristotr of near Nicholas vil cauio Saturday to visit rcia hero and on Fiat j s x 1 ic tL i t i J r Qi J Sti 2I ij IiJ fpc tpiY t t o rJI 111 M N i r i t yr t f i Vi J i ft7 r 7 v o1 iIw 4 r i it i 1 14o I h tI cj i til 50 Iit f 1 i io oPJ JI ioi 1 10 fj 1jr tI toV 1 p 6 f 1A tv ii iS U fJj 1fR tt f t k r X iI P 1tSot cOI t i1 I Afr tkjt 1 to 4 yet 4d 1 tfI w o j t1 rilt L tiis i 11jPfco 1 iJfrJo cfoi r rf vh fr t 1 yt ii ti Jf 4 t J7 i J t r r rffII LoI i 1Ii f f JoI1t r t r r 1i rd f t 7 1 f t 1 ilt r- u I LckinA Union rUE SrcKAlirc Armslroni is poorly Frank Johnson is sick 111 WilliainR und wife went to M rt head luet Friday to buy fur niture fur their new lioune S VThe Iexlngton Oil Cb illed a well on Elzie Alleysfarm lust week i report n good showing Mrs CornCrosthwuilP of Rowan Co visited lier parents J W Hnm nifd wire Saturday nnd Sunday Mr Htrnttont1C manager for the CllInd 10 bus smallpox tit the on Scotte Creek J B Kendall preached nt the M E Church last Wednesday night on his wny to Wiimoro to attend school Oscar Willisnn lint James Hen derson drilled in nn oil well on J W Thomas woodland last FridayI report oil in paying quantity Irvin Johnson bought J E Greens half interest in the store nt Yule The store now belongs to Howard Lewis and Irvin Johnson two promising young men J- f Olympia Lafo Smith left for Covington Friday The Infant child of Bill Kincaid is very ill fPtown several days last week Mr and Mrs Penis visited the family of J W Pomx Sunday mil Kincaid and wife of Yale are visiting Mis Sofa Pouix this weuk Mr and Mra Richard Costignn visited the family of Colo Jackson Sunday Bud Clark nnd wire left Friday for Covington to make their future home Burrlil Jackson moved into house recently vacated by Mrs T J Jackson Mrs George Swarts und daugh ters left for their home in Hrcatlutt Co Thursday Mr nnd Mrs Dug Smith visited friends at Snit Lick und Olympia the past week Miss Pearl Landrum of Salt Lick was tho plunsunt guest of Miss Lizzie Warren lust wuuk Grange Citv Marion Hopkins is on the sick list T U Rntliff is in Louisville this week Mike Uigdon of Ovvingsville vas hero Friday J E Newman nnd Tommio Rig don wore in Flemingsburg Thurs day Several from hero attended tho funeral of M iea Lulu Davis ot II ills bo ro Tuesday Lou Cutright visited his cousin Marshall Davi near SunsetSatur day nnd Sunday 1 Wnlter Gray vrifc nnd daughter AIIller190nday and Sunday Mrs James Denton and son of Paris Ky A N Denton and wife of Owinjsvillpnnended the funer af ot the foJP Jiijjyier I T Eden i tJP ii i1 1i0 L i 1 A1 i y w j o f ii r j1K iJf AY 1 V r r t rt Mf j A jrl I i l I t tI IS1tv m 0 J J i sJt tofi Y 0JO Jd s t JJ 1 0 r r T 7 J J C fP i y r 401 tO riI t 1 j i r Fairview Mrs Louise Anderson moved Into her new house one day lust week Ntnnio Hcdding nnd TillerfP Whitten left Monday sordino MOI Rev Ed Sanford filled thcnp ointmont of Rev Puluieter nt alrviqw Sunday Cliff Hendrix nnd tenants sold their crop of tobacco to Thos G uugherty nt 2c to Oic Miss Lottie Isbnine has1 been vVry low for about a week hut was rtportcd some better Sunday William Letton and Mips Ftn ton Woodnrd daughter of Joel Wood aril were married nt tho residence of Tumor Woodnrd Thursday eve Elder Anderson otllciating We oin with their many friends in wishing much happiness Died Sunday Feb 1st n little daughter of John It Grey with fever und Mr Botson Vice ngedSS ho hud been Hick fur only n short tlmo The cause of his death is not known Hu leaves n wife and four girls to mourn his death Salt Lick Leo Sncdekcr is in Eftill Co on business this week Colo Williams has moved back his old homo at Spencer Montgonj cry Co Tho oil drill on thytledrick farni has resumed a shut down of two weeks fur repairs s Tho foundation hits been completed for tho machine shops of thy Standard Oil Co Misses Cum nnd Flora Gibbs of Yule passed through town Satur day en route to Farmers for a visit Mrs Lida Maupin is able to be up after n severe spell of pneu monia Mrs Dr Lewis is no bet ter Miss Lillio Barnes returned Monday from an extended visit to her sister Mrs B F Heusley at Ken ova W Vu Born Jan 25th at Scrnnton to Alvin Argii nnd wife noo Miss Nuptunu Bates a daughter Ilu zolProf Ruiney and wife of Cd lettsburg cuuie Saturday nftcrnoon to visit the formers parents Rovl U C Itainey und wife Miss Curylon Bates of Ironton who hud been visiting her sister in Ashland for some tiraestopped over here Sunday en route homo to see her father who is seriously sick H C Herndon Deputy U S Collector nnd Deputy Marshal Press Jackson raided n still in Morgan county last week anti de stroyed about 1BOO gallons of beer together with the still no one cap tured Fanners Uncle Charlie Kennedy is very poorly with rheumatism Licking river is rising rapidly today Sunday A gyod tide is anticipated Georgo Jlinej f OWiPbSi IJ ppssed thruugh tfits plnce lItur with Eevcral nice horses on Ins wayj howe V Miss Eliza Maxey of Stepstono after spending Beveral days with relutiveu and friends here returned home last Friday f i L l t ilfF J1 r1 iy L iMn S tj J 1 P ft 0 r t r rq T p J r 1 ff r ri Sfiorburno ofTrux10025 French of Carlisle bought all the tobacco iri this nuighborhood lastfweek JJ moot son Henry nnd James iCnlvcrt have gone South with Idrove of horses HI tlyoungecisonto the daughter of Tom Hawkins n During the recent tide in Liking river Henry A Duilry caught a cUiihthatSquire Rotitt held Court hero Snturdny Docket Commoiuveotli of Kentucky vs Leo Johnson dIs- turbing religious worshipcHenry Dniley sold his hair inter SouthSherburnoto Indiana the first of IarchID D Evans sold hill crop of to bacco to French of Carlisle nt10per hundred i S W Evans nnd ten nnt Shanks at 8c nil around same party rMarried nt Turner WondnrdV Jnn 29th Wm Littleton Blue Jim nnd Miss Fent Woodard i PytheyDied Jnn 29th Ed Rntliff of BethOof typhoid fever llo leaves wife nnd two children nnd n host Jof friends to mourn their loss Wo fllmilyYourt He that ruloth all things doeth nil things woll Stonstone Tho sick at S J Boyda nnd also improvingbetter Miss Lizzio Conner daughter of W A Conner is visiting her uncle Wm Allington and family nt Thomson Ky The youngsters had a happy time last Thursday night by tho giving of a dunce by John Alexander Jr and wife to them iAt the sale of Thos Andersons last Tuesday everything sold well hogs going np high ns Gc and other things in proportion Mrs W B Henry who has boon bpdfnat for Fcvoral days we are glhdlb say IB ublo to sit up nnd wo hope will recover fast J U Conner of this plncc hRs lured to Mr Gaitskill and will move to his farm ncnr Thomsons Station this week to work the coming cropn Thfis Gurrott was on Salt Well Sunday and ns usual the creek got WttfMJp SavfcTorn why nnd where ig t yoTrnTtrtre your visits so far apart to that neighborhood MisR Mnry Greenwnde our clerk who wns home to eee her folks for tho past week returned hero Sur diy evening being brought back by the luckietit man Burl Ray i he surely must feel happy Ajoxnndor Knrricfc son of Thos Krfrriok of Salt WtII and Miss R a the ehfrling dnl hter of J E nrll1lchntlof thili piKeI for n iedlu1t WecIneF ny It Owings viII We ono IUIIIal whh h 101 11t juylnd n prosperous nt life ulhr utHl Ot urn k y z t of t ii t1 i Jli t j i tP f 0r i 1 R0 rr 5 2 ji r f F tf tr t f t 0f1 J 7 t Sharpsbutg J RTriplett wnrt in Mt Sterling Wednesdny oh busincff Jrtckjalolt fold to Uobt Wood nrd ti work horse fur 05 W E Bean of nenr Mt Sterling wa8 hero trading Wednesdaya John R Sharp and son James were here Wednesday on business Mrs Hord Sharp nnd Mrs II C Stephens were in Mt Sterling Wed sdu ir Robert Shultz of lower Flat Creek visited Mrs Malinda Heath 1 ucsullYIIlIon Reuben GudgMl of Ow ngsville was hero Wednesday on law bupiness Mnry Grinney one of out beAtf colored women waa burled near town Tuesday Hudson Rutherford of Lexing ton was homo on n v init lust Sat urdnv nnd tiunday- Breck Gay of Clark county WI18I horc Friday delivering some mules to parties near town J R Triplett and wife visited the family of Daniel Thompson near Moorefield Thursday and l riday Will F Tnlbntt lorraerly of Moorefield now of Cincinnati was here u short while Monday on his wny to Mt Sterling We received lust neck an invitn tion to the graduation of W Ben Triplett nt Kirksville Mo Jan 28 Hen is now n fullfledged Osteo path Youngstown Ohio has an ordi nance ngainst keeping chickens in town Wo cant keep them here Shorpsburg without any ordinance ngainst it Thomns Flora and family moved last Sunday from the house lie had rented of Mrs Heath to Carlisle Sunday seems to bo a favorite day for moving hero Stoops J B Carter is on tho sick list Steward Mallory is quite eick Corn is selling at 2225 per bbl in the field Tobaccobuyers rando a ruth in this vicinity last week RoM S Smith returned Wedncs day from Hilltsbnro Ohio Thos Warner bought a horse from ThoB McLain fur 60 James Kendall of Aarons Run was in thia vicinity Sunday A Mr Ellis of Paris was here last week looking at tobacco Josiah Coons is able to ho out again after several days sickness Apiece of work is half lone when you know thoroughly bow to do it Mrs Sarah Ann TIIIvisited her son Lee Taulat Cumargo laet week A man It known by tho company 114 keep n woman by tlio company she snubs Miss Annio Lee RntlHr of Bolhel is visiting her sister Mrs Chess Gossetl We have several hundred thou and tons of mud to spare nv tho present oil returned last rulnti ves at 1 f j t Ni J i taV1 4a i i ift J 1cio- i W f 1 tf 11 1 W i fj 1 n I i tif f Jt r 0 t j i 1 tt f1 V jJ101 J 7i F J4 t Itlolungdie He is going to ffinoyu lo South Bluomfield Ohio March lot No doiibt Carrie Nationo design Cor establiplilng a home fur tlic of drutikurds will be greatly appreciated by the drunkards It wilt enable thorn to economize and put all their money in whisky Mr and Mrs John W Thomp sun gave n party Wednesday night honor of their guests Misses K nlo Warner and Daisy Armstrong of Olive Hill It was one of the nicest affairs of the season Dud overyolle enjoyed themselves Robert S Smith received a tele gram Thursday announcing the death of his infant daughter Mar garet Patterson nt Ilillsborn Ohio The many friends here of Mr and Mrs Smith express their heartfelt sympathy in their sad bereave ment JOB Hislo bought of J M Dig staff and tenants the following crops nf tnbnccoi JaB Alexanders 9c Tom McClains 8c Thos Rob ersons 8 and 3e Sam Williams S and 3c Thos McClninn 8 and 3c Elijah Groves 72 nnd 3o i Richard Wills 7 nnd 3c of Young Kis sick two crops at 8c of Joe Clnrk one crop at 7i and 3e Thos Rob ineon of Bethel bought Mark Fer gusons crop at C Jc Waller Sharp of Shnrpsburg bought Byrd Fassetts crop nt 6i Im so glad to lee you she ex claimed Have you been in New York long No I still have a dollar anda half leftChlcogo RecordHer aid Mrs WnggR1 understand that drinking is one of your husbands failings Mrs JnggscoYot have been misinformed It is his moit pronounced success Chicago Doily News IN Sonrn AMERICA Tourists You certainly do have a great many insurrections Native Yes our insurrections are as free quent as your strikes but fortu nately not as serlouBtIPuck There is n train of thought pus ing through my hrnd at this mo ment said the seJnppoin ted Itc tUTor Thats right said a from the gallery you have in your headCbicogo Now I wish I belonged to a clubuIt isnt necessary isnt Oh no Just walk five miles in leisurely fashion and every twenty or thirty yards hit the pavement n Jiartl trhnck with cano nnd ewvar11 Chicago Even ing Post a tiilrt t r r ti t t Ji tt fc c I t l i1 t j 1 ir1 1J Kj i5 I1tt j 1RE It rfi t lA I G IFI N1i J- tiJ LIBRARYi 3- rJCONTEST THAT PROMISES fTO PbOVE UNUSUALLV INTERESTING 0jiJDETAILS IN FULLy f tfbf 0 A number f ow ngsvmeJent rfl L t piwhlltcontest between r Owlng6vJ11a eu SelOol h aSCln Salt Lick Odd Fellow fit i 1 r Acker Lo go A O U 1 J jBothKnfghtsof Pjthlns 1 rKnights of the MaceabeeRv Colored U U P nnii4jjjBHBv f- Or fany club church or orgt1nlzat1i1D JIof the town or county The prize wiU be amlgnlfl ent 11 4brnry consisting of The Dr Dwight Exrresldont of fr11Yale University edition of 4 Beta of tho Worlds Great Classics contain ing sot of Classic Histories set of 01 ClulsIo Sclen co nnd Pb OloPI1Y r it Wlof OIu9sl0 Ess Ys an OratlonK 8 f iof Classic Drama English and Ori ental Literature fCEach and every one of theise book ftalit l store where thoubhls Invited te iicall and Ihsuect samOA fThe conditions of the contest nru as follows Any Iodgechj2iciscioolr iclub bospltnl coHfgB or org nlza tion public or private Is eligible to 11ritthe contest Votes for puirlduab j will rot be nteJ With each tea cent c9hporrhso tJebt wm given by the utu ts tlouh4t r whoso liberality this grand f is furnished on which wii be writ 1k i ten the amount ofthe parchBue and rthe number of votes Tho purchaser will write on the ticket the name of jthe Institution or organization for iwhich bo ot she desires to vote tlgn 3 fs55i r purcbnso Is mule v- r tTile standing of tho coutestan a 1ttw111 be pubHshedexc1uBlveIy hieah ssu of TIlE Ow asvJLF OUTLOO tuntil March 27 1IX3 when the rj mnininR votes wiil be counted JIpd rthe magnificent library awarded to tho organization haying Jhe larpest number of votes THE OUTLOOK will publish in eicb issue a coupon that will entitle the holder to ten volts that wi1lpe credited to tho Inetitn f rtion that is wrlttanonspaeeirrOTTdea for same when delivered to the oQco fof this paper x- Vottng Va ttickets can Bo secured only f from the following aforea Mrs D S Ustili pry Qrwds net JjI In Pry tGnodsK LA T ByronrtlaM war Farming Implements vihn T Kimbrough Drugs and JtArtieles J ckson F1esha d J Vor p YIJ4r olf j n rp f zS tJ f Ii1 l J X 4 J cor 1A p fcM l iS5 iLit ii i f ti Jl tf J ti r t tt 1lJ t JirlH lti 1 4t i ij ig fij t1 rt r Jit1 f f f L i t t V T4 wt nl r s l il o i q J tJff 111