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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k IL J 1 M 4 I iT 1 dutan1ri itt 4 voLxxiS OWINGSVILLErn KJU9KY THURSD1FBRUARyfl 2 903 NO 31 I P When yon have a now Item or wish to communi cato with TlIBODTLOO- Iofficoby phone ring Jip ari s T I Dont forgotto co7tho client p comlcr at Mrs Estills Try B Frank Petr for the fa moua WhitoSar Coffoe 4wr62O plotu r to 12 each jBRflTI1E vF c firstclaps clean RrrcerlO- Ramlprompt delivery try B Frank 44V Perry aROV Etf9rd s ill reaCl nt Sun 1tyht Tier E B Crump la preaching at notdvlL1O Ho reports a r ThQ WiUdC1QelnYof 1ait I WookxlidBomeTdamago by blgwjng np1ecing L- dowJs4ir The pretty woatJioVvjU start the 4 burning of tobacco bcnta jf t con Ps tinues a few days longer p i I Theyjiitdof John Stufl died near Knd1 pring Sunday Thef ali f rFeb air Carload arbnd and Kraooth wire Jiit receiyecipIces tow tni unr- tt E L A BYRON VfE MCBT HAVE OUR MOXKT P- Ileaso allnnd eettle Sjeie4 1 f x The indebtpd to Palmer ConspIea8cCnhIand settle j uSOR 4If5ynu thn auctioneer am TermBSonablel Tour rann I MD FARIS hpFJscrtl Court met Tuesday to e I 5Lt5ft gett ment lib csSheriff tJnhnso i M tc1ftsou and d some a of Birdsllwngons aif- iIevrynncgaraiiteedpricCsf I KL feA T Bvuos kib inuilIpnN Iuiutonthrou2h it 110 Stiit t The thatinunt of Eistrn Kentucky ifrScBpfcIiiHy tTectediI t5JF he1oMnntginerYcflUn- t tnyns nnd The Riru til Tirm eF t1z ktIb1UtP F M FiigoITr rie ItpflflI1it1e8 to tinE viiflt r fjnp farm l I1Oniflg tbe tnii r M1t 4 Mnrn wtlI tak j laco TneiHiy l t t 4cneLnvestment frW Ji hd oY the eale the jt lngs55tMinS l It4r1 tr inwn TTS 52 Ofde t sheep is 5 yrii c ypuijgestiJyenrtild this nri u ni J MvMoous Forge Hill KyI 11nteL XflflS tt1o dnughte BtIrliuly IuirtTtiedny- a IIIflIIUfl bv CItd v I SAIJ QnSaturday Feb 21st I wuieitcr thfSpomieB the house hold furniture ot the lateJlr sAilsa Clayton in the town of OwinRSvllIe Jous C IANDTX Adrnr r J HURTRY FattiNG TItRItv5- Iatw k thaitiok- I Stertones k faIlinree whilo gged lb cut- tIDg Vf4 iS On4eW27tht15 l73fe 1atbFjjEwh wiLlo coi ittI1A hiddj The This Is a j s Bt1AQJERANpFURNITCRET ycapitti- k1rp and compitto d furniture of all kirulaitn- In1iotisekeepr SvS4 ngrLall and ee him j Cath or- 1On r jI th Jdd6rTheo arc BHioBjfiHnio8fc deBlrabla farms in SKentukj Seoargo ad In thiN- IssUort4f F SALEA full setpf cj id I sjalt4l4 J Sc t brJjoading gune No othez t5 p ic J A POWER y t Owlngsvflle 1y Funeral Furnishings Prompt seryices q F Of seE f1544c i 4 MrD Owlngsville Ky iJuriat Director and t thrjp1B Dale ol- iin City pdJAsitpn ol Aj Z Spefler wpwerq here lap t i secujireoein4 optio o ttr Iists organizedtti SajtLiol Tt4A portJaama undcihe laws o f Sputh p8fcptaiuTh8 company will 5Y sInkS alid have oilt on sale before they offer any iuoro L of the stock v v j p SitPW 11lLk j 7S s PERSONAL JfissloTurnoy of Paris was her 0 last week with relatives Cllazelrlg of Fra nk fort was here Saturday on business JvzU9It tbo Louis week GlaudoQoylo went to XicxinKtnn TiiMsdaytto have his eyes treated bv a BpcoIaHr Hcn1fopans j ainti Jch EwIni have roturncdjroin n Hitisiriieijs trip to JourboU Co ttlri Green fotmerHoithis toVn ofPLilhas suuU i St- i tMrshug Mondny to v t her mother Mre Mary K SnmliiHs U w J4 C Powell of Grange City Vili1 loavo next Monday to make hisJiomo at AtlietmS Mona1n tholIiConiulissioncr was hero Mondjv JoIti McKiiiiiean has rcturijfrom a sevrztaeeis visit lives in Scott and Woodford county Thomas MoOlIntock and eon of Jlillcrslnirg wprejrucsts of Mr and Mr Turner Perry Sunday and Mon yfa tXlle GpjcpHfion who was sick fo a few Is buck at Iii post of duty Udiitral News Dni IlIeSMrs JJort DamiJe1 and little sot WilHain have ret lirjpicilfrom iv visit to relatives in tiwn lA letter from Clay Byron states that io nnd Charlie Brother ore es tablished at the Baltimore Hotel St Louis Ao- rThoiriasMcClintock nnd son Wlll liiinof jnilerrsburjr wore guostn of MK and Mrs T M Perry Sunday and Monday- flOlrl Giido1I w Ii- ubcrr1n Iii healthfor some onths- wonVto Loiilsvillb Tuesday t Cliii suit h specialist Sho was uccomiia flIed by Mrs II C Gudgell The following worn visitors here Judydeurmund Anderson of Sunset Charlie Brother left last wtek for St Louis Mo where ho expects to Tho best wlshits of his mai V frftjblsiln thLs section go wltli him f J bu T Lathrams son Slicrmam K ed about six years of IsaylorV Branch has ijp fiinny jiivci ills lau liters nnln Lvt ne iin tvlti horoMoirdnyRSownllTL Darnell Uriuol1 Duty Vaittr Harper Dr 15ea Triulott B vjwIe ttrntil time past m4e hlppLinbi mommMelmsIl- ti LMigtn Ills taullywmll- na t IittrsEmnimeimnmlmamyfrzemlth Lsh them welltu their new homo i FccTwes of LoulRVillo was mt1romjtIiri8tlyssev4r8I dtiyn last wtk Ifli r1eJkii morn hIrjcr l nd Crhiu tliu cnaijhlnrs as ho contiiplatt s rylrvbHslnjr a coal yard in LouisviHn EuimettPratmnanh cdmv1tciit in Luxiiigtou from his ci nof smiil posnrid tlioalj of coIng homo mday bUL M r mt f tbo foars thf ptj ntdi y y all ifi4i1riTt15c rity otmcil wont let 5mu- erDS glhdat auction but they cheaperlintito see for yourselfcMRS D S ESTILL CIRCUIT GdoaT DccKnrThe Fjjwjajy term of Circuit Court Tcne next Mondtfy The docket is made upofoIdori1inary- cmtreaI79idinary appearances CO old equity 16eduily appearances 59 old Commonwealth and 2i Com monwealth appearances ACCIDENTAL SnooTiNo A Il I e Crockett son of J Taylor Croekett shot Uol RatUff son of Newton tltftlift rit Sharpsburg Monday The ball struck a Musonic rituu n Ratliirs siile coci puoket frac LUring two ribsrf Croekett said the boohikisaccidentalv MEETINGS Rev C WdMusgrave will proich at Salt Well nest Sun da mornngand night ABO fit preach here at the by request the flr jayaftrnbon in Mqrch Htfnad afalriiz edaudience at the Courthouse Sunday0 Samuel Crank of Dupont Ind arrived here last week to assist in Uip prosecution during Circuit FrisnkDrnsjyforJame killing 1002 luhi1iptiona are jbeing solicited Dampseys fr employ an attorney t i defend him BITTJMiDnoaJeff Lov- eMhifecountywasbroughi at Olympia last wiiIferIng froui uiaddogl ItThe4ogattack1 LoveItmc andknoclccd him down springing umifheprostrato man and lacer atedtbneleg and thiglibadly Th I stone adhered to the wound Some no IiTJppNTr Dr G v lbBdny tbThomas MeC1iittfMiIIerablirga 4 horao for 215 s sired by Dr Coi prJ S i3rownchci- migiiplcednjrtre hgrsp t11n blhor stallion in lIiI One of his sold lastrfatf for31 tinirNEw PArstmPattcroti- RJniy wjlPget out5tiL Messenger Thj yfrtthe formerDemocratIfl Iti Patterson 1st liiew paper He ism ian and cmspablupfpTh jn mark in country jojrnIlrflny how he wjll have lots ofun i rurarrooster TtiK OnTiobKer thinly wishes him wellT 4SA 5 v SS CAKI CF THANKS Having been Jlifeof my columns ofyouj good papeVthank ing nil who hji S been so kind to me The pUysliiaus did all that hicdjcal fikiUcouLido to io him who was dpartr than life to me unit those wfio waited on hjmroUid not have been more Pelfdenying and faithful Time deepest grati tude is tIne all who in any way helped anti sympathized with me in my nfllictiop- f Ruin RATLIFF Bitii Co AssnssME nTr1lio fol Rwing is tInt IIiflhlZluss erncn t Iint1i eaunty ali Iiote1 iiij prxdita 375000 land 107033 TVP 2483085 tovvn lots 570 317V255 linrheB 2415 S18HO miilcp 1155 54005 cattle 8J75 0JO775 sheep 29j5 40J5 ngs 35355 forming iift 11240 vMgona and inigRics 27700 sewinm hines 4470 safe 2980 Ii6n eJoltT lind kitchen furnittirpf niachiinery30510 pimtno0b0 i yew nintcrial lumber ctcf 07050 munufacturcd ffticliS 27250 paintings Ifbraric and llampnds 1725 jewelry 150 rt r Orfyeiigiimes and boilers 1 t oral proluet iron ore 7oi J5fsl097inil milcollancous 3G4285v otai amount of property I52tO kKs household oxoraptions 178 250 balance for taxation 42774 a 040 voters 3245 children 34iG JJ MAfucl REsoLDTioN ipRnsinCT To the Worshipful Blaster Wardens tine Craftsmen Lodge NiS 55 t F A M The undersigned ape cial committee to whom was re dlutionsthis lodge with respect to tIme medi orir of ourid eccased brother Algin S Thoinne now report l Ilrother This WHS born Jan 13 1835 amLi d Jan 81 1903 a being 68 yel and 18 d yold He hail resided in Owingsville for more thun tbirty years fifteen t years of vlunli jicue he was post monster rHdhatl his Mnsonic de forces coiffcrred on him by this i Lodge taking hij 1st day of April J 1870 He was a faithful unniber and lived up truly to the prateptsT t gAthold cm Dc 27 he was made n free mcnihcr of the ldzts Ho was also u fttlthfnl ij inber of the Methdist churchnnd1utidvseIiaolitc or 5141 Suporintendciit for6muy- ynrs 4 Hi va5T hi all the WH liofife an expinjilpry man huving theae teini of till cUsrs of his fellow citizen Thrufore o1 Be it resolved as the eehVc of iliis Idilge Tlitt in the death ci iiur u inother this lodge hits sims ttineu hi PRthst brincua personal firrow to ih nr uiber of thc lodge ttii cocuaUnity mlosq UjLJL gnpd citIn and ehur Christian man s4iose plac1 fiiijJot readily aTpnpplied Tlint mijhi o luember of tliti lodge vearItial1iadmze of mourniii lays hud tlfat the lige hall fori fling2 That thbscresolutlons be pubtlished in the louhl newspaper tsopy bdfuSmslied to his nearest relatives Feb 1 i903t 4 EEDBEN GUDQLLL A T BYRON J NESUITT CdiiRt DAY Siohday was a bright but cuol day and the larg t estcrov Uin many years attended S Court PTratlo tvJUj fair to good with tlf merchaHte though the people gonerally seemed more In j tent on pock trading than on buy j ing merchandised n Thor ryero about 150 cattle of jijiixediqQnKty 50 hogs and 40 MieppjjVn the market About two thir of the cattle woro sold though the roatkot Tvnsj rather draggy Among the fealei were f Sam LathrainVfiold George Kerr four GoOsib stcVrs at 3Jc to Jo Daweon four ehortyearUtig steers P at if 18 per head be also soldn cow and call for 35 a fat cow at I 3e bought of Cwleb RMtliff some short 2yearold steers at 25 petshetmd sold nQ anfbilpigs Dr WmPhilIips for 25 to Oraar Wilon seventeen 125twundl shmoatt5e bou Gopher eighteen ewes at t3 pot head Wm Tbouzlt six 700lb 2 yearoidThmr nt 32b1rhe4G W Allen sold five 2yearold steers fdtlG6 Wm StSele and Robert Clark sold six yeari 6teers at15 per head J D JPotfer sold four yearlings at 20 p r3diThera woroa many ndJibfseB jm the market Some sales vero r SfiottoWa 2yearo1i- of Fleming e a 3yearjD lie 0 w5225to ChasI ij of- or 135 to Jimmy M xe Thtium 0 for 100 MeClintocjdniWilIiit mules and a horse j i aS4DanT Morris of Paris bought a borso for 59750 and a mare for 12o CGeo Jones sold four horses Chas Hamilton bought V horse of James Day for 5125 and onO of xJS160 J C Powell bought a pair of mules for 135 and resold tiieaifui 4 i rS I 4 w1F r G- i i4tJpDnwbdughit oiGeorgoY- 4fmmg a so and eight jdga ft i DKjirgKTEscAiKi FrankDemp Btty injiiil to Rtnnd trial forIqUilig James Crank time diy ReadV Ittlc shov exhibited hero last Jr ie e capcd front jiUabqWs ocfpcfc Monduynghit 11ti l- goingmn ton lie unlocked tlI1oor tvjt1i key hu lied whittled of a pi of hickory bngiy epjjr A pris oner in j saict Deitipsoyvto6 hc impression of tho lock lii1t with gutty and that not working to suit liitii he UBcd beesvax eiuenrcd on cnrdboaril Two or thteo visitors t19 jail to see other privoners liiin in the front apartment but thitllftlit until tirr tt if Demp li1dtbc itfterhini ant Ittfttho kcylultrif following lot ter bwliiftsvillo Ky IJatIi C4 Jail t Mr fiii onus air zmo1ubt yoa nr mttjtlhptOtit it 1 wJtncsBCs hero MUtt 1orIrbmildu1c ItflTnot want to Bo GiniKacooed to fraiiKfprt If I can retain my Liberty for I can come Back hero juetcoDpiiiotlungJ leave THE KKY hero tluztl usefl to unlock the door and I wantl6sayfhKroi3no ono linpli catofl in mo andif I am let alone until octobor next 1 will come IJackBrlngnfiy witnessed and COnIC vlostr for i aui Inocentof AJfy cnurn iajQrItQftt1hlnI i I remit z aEMjSiY P S you cnj dimnu- hr6o mnoitiusngo fliiLttiyught could geVniy wituos js moramirl did ot flu it3tmtIII thiejtXinhimuto lot hmat 1titL was seE1lnepr1ont want it collie back anda4ttrznlUtiJct if I live 1emihpsey Is igenec lvery clniineii from Tenss7o nbd bras ter by trim He made ie a1 sxuj Af1 tlilijIrItIanCiTht- t iiitn tiIat il6o Jail onc hhujr- eqi i uunter gtlit- rtlogfrc Izi5 n On all l 1- et i c j Jmr 4aduilt iiitnrehl- if neTh4J4SLt1 ctmbtjtcrof oopiifr rii soht t Mr Hc1ttico S JHi e1it5c 4teLlIitti4i1ls Is sawtngp timber f 13 V Thompson and George iM ii 4Lickj tIr Ijchnrdson s house iairng completion under tho manugr icut of Win Highlev Jf5s Highley has bought the timber F John Gjdggs and is haja r ing it aawihis With 7 There waSitijiop at the home ofsAlgin Elk Lick Friday night All present report a good time Richardson roe have moved heir sa1iiill a hiQioaror ii rihgeonThe of LieT kISt f inJofinntorestof tain and n mat fnrm- adjomnig hisown- S Elms Higbley bought a mule for tl0 Joe Blevins wiJJie ve Tuesday for Illinois i vvTho oil f ver Is a little off at the wrii Sammie Wills IB a uoir Tilii Llib4fr + Mrs Joe IIjghiiey has been quite ick for seveialav8 r f ViJ Win llighloy h5ve sboat of Mr Thackeryfor 16 0- SThe jcfamily of Lafo Staton near hero have whoopingcough John Spezice bcut a pairImules romSmlthSluora for 175 J s4eWill Robsrson bougIt a sow and anlerDowns of Wm Hinhley and son are ulld inja picefTosideice for R Ricb wtrdson of Olym5pian SpringsT iMe3owanand moved to same last week Jolm Sponcel who sold his farm to George MoCormick has rented same front Mr McCormick for the ensuing year went kto Ins fathe a atJJohnson Station Montgomery connty and startei Tuosday Feb 3 for Indian Terjn There an ineroting 1it tie town growing Aup about lintrmile south fVtheVSpritigsjWhut puzzles your scri is there Is no vj i objgjy tcause a bqdni o ftiiust underground some whore down about China Jg rS SS 4ijLi CKELSTREflaeS PRCETLOwsj PRICE 3receive evvgoods every fSv lays from f 15w YOrk buyer 4odat BR1CES THAT TJlStUNGVe pnteach week- accuratelyiir15tievery our extensive stock GET MY PRICES OH SHOW BEFORE BUYING Hatting llli While Cpuntorpirs 98 flOe Horee Blankets 57- cMVeirvyUdVhYDrwaSutSOe Wjre Hair IhvliieQS JOc ScLerguHorn Hair Pins ic- Smyrna Hugs OSc Dress Sta dofc 4C Tobacco Canvta yd 2i 2 lie a Chimivpya t Chain Pocket Books 1815i lotSLifter GASH PAID FOR EGGS EW HFL1N Shrouts Old AT COST cI concluded add a complete line of and Notions my large stock of Clothing Shoesand Fens Furnishing Goods F order make room for spring purchases arid avoid carrying ever win ergqods 1 continue selling goods In stockat cost tin til stocktfs tsufficientiy reduced Dont forget this iid1go JeVvliere ind pay the it when can save at least 25 by going t- oIILLQNS OWINGSYILLE KY Si4Ingbeen inforrethat I would have to pay Uhsthat IiJitIy prohibitive in tny case theiewiH en previous ly announced I will continue to sell all win fe ter goodsat cost many articles for less than cost and your own price See them IRb D S ESTILI- ir4 1w tibuaiofin TiLceT Jf r This itS coupon enjitloo t JiQui1 KN VOTES that dan Cugt for rVrIcgtitutiln cot for the beautiful Tbrarj hen nr friy f LvJ out ud delivered or v ia t tr ia ijiiic Nacie of lustitution Name of Voter THE OUTLOOK Owingsville Ky Mrs Beflic Cutffght is on tlf- ick list in SuIt Lick Monday Charley Williams wife have moved to Salt Lick rlJoftieb 8th to Burgess Kisf sick and son jMfsBMiranda Bradley wits in Owingsville shopping Friday reeg13iO and IEtna thwruan wcrinElemin36burg Thursday S AjuOjRawlyigs l and son John Friday oh busi floss Mrq Jane Eden is visiting Rob ert avisand wife at Sunset this 1weok sfct t JlrstAI J Hopkins visited her daughter Mrs Robert Uoalis ut SusRmtitv J Jones filled his pointmeot hero Sunday morning ah ht 5eCharley Gray and family of visited Burgos KissfckSuiidzyj Mrs Victoria Nrwman is visit ing herdajigliter Mrs W OPhil ipsdmnisburg JamesAValton wife and daugh ter Lillianr of Poplar Plains Win Estill T r DrA W Jones and wjfe of Odegsarvieited toh Johnson and family last week Miss JessioAtchison of Wyom visited Wmsa Estill and family rom Friday until Tuesday M A Dontoaand Vife of IIills borq L B Newmon and wife Saturday and Sunday Mrs Frank Carpenter and sons Hofllu arid Forest of Wailing oifd vIsIted 1 R Waltons last fs DesTOtDnvis of Sunset via jte7insMisos ryCt Ituma Colhir atiaudo jdonrrSMsses Si Eiitill Era Vio1m Mff igsvihlo vI ited their parents here Saturday arid Sunday Mrs Uosa Snedegar and Miss Anna Roysc of Wyoming visited SSis ii 12t1 Tin Bucket 13 Mops No 1 Lamp Dish Bags N CalfSkin Hoiifl Collar Buttons doz Jews llurp 25 yds Picture Cord 10 1A qt Tin Tea Large Basting Spoon 3 Stone Cap T S Stand have to Dry Goods to In to to will all usualprof sas some at CSy Ue sigut in and wifa were vr Bro Ri np rear Thomas vfelted visited family and 1rn 2 0- iIlC their parents David Royse and jrife Sunday I wishtojcorrect the mistake in this itpna ofSlsaao Edeap death stating he was married jn i854pwhich should have been 1864 Miss Mary Cutright and broth ersentortained Saturday evening af3Wof their Those pres entw ro aUsBes ilinnle Walton Leonivftind Lizzie Phelpef tna Newman Mnudo Kissick hattie KenijeyDeHiri Davis and Maude Ranhing9135qsvL5Ifimind plain A most enjoyable evening was spent bynlld5tSeveral are ready to burn tobuo co beds It isnt a crime to be a woman neither is it manly The next germ cure ought to be for the chronic kicker Several from here attended Own i ingsvillo Court Monday Wet boots aro like expected pleagures hard to put off Niprod Byrd bought a horse from Tom Warner for 75 r J B Garter sold his crop of to bacctoKirkphttickat 5c t Exp rieae is tliobst tencher but the doesnt Bpurotile rod Lawrence Mallory Is very sick at this wrJftjmig with pneumonia bLeona4tilt LIdld Farmers John Rr SharpofMt Sterling s was herff last wcek lbokingat tim bert A small woleein ttmnpftonjias the same effcon hole inanickel v r tIttedaaatlie ejs i tokes akicfcat Baby t jNuturoBEuppoed bio y tit give tlieroosrtr a comb but no hair A large portipn of the tobacco crop in thjsncighborhood remains ucha2 B W Wren and family viilgo to Cinpianati shortly to that theiVhomeplace v j as SALHAESSWhy buy n sliodkly socalled handmade or macliluernado Saddle oYHurncssiwhen you can get strictly nrst lass made right hero at homo and made out of tho best oaktar neU leather and by men that only mako firstclass work Our KENTUCKY SPRING ADDLE I Is the easiest nndeasiestrldtng most durable endille oad t If you try one set of our handmade buggy harness you will always use thorn Ihave the bcstlinoof PiulcMery goods in this part L4lmo State ram Yours for best saddles nnd harness EUGENE MINIHAN OwiNGSvffiLEv KY SAMa paATU8ON DRUGGIST i1E WHISKIES WINES TOBECO MRS Si 1 Ui mi AL FOR flEN WOHEN and CHILDREN V MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY U SAT WITH LOUISyiLLE OAKTANNED SOLESth bestwearing leather in the world For sale by Oscar Chandler Owinv1Il New Store Neto Goods I LAi3hs I have just received the latest uptodate line of Shoes made See them and save motley Ladies Vici Patent Leather Shoes S2 Ladies Extensionsole Shoe see them JQ Ladies regular i 5hoes for 78c U Ladies flxte siQnso1e rIattedkidtopSlt Old Ladies Regular 125 Shoes for 850 liens regular 1125 Shoe for SQc Patent Leather Shoes Of All Kinds lTry me on Clothing Same gr for less fr money than can be bought aa where 500 Suits for 290 6 oo 390 800 i 500 i25Qi5auits95 Mens Fancy fcoxac LadiesFaricyHose jc Mens Fancy Shirts 140 Calicos 3 4 and 50 j Comfort Calico 4 sc W Indian Head Cotton 8 loc Ajite Peqale 10 14C lc s Olov hOC Ladies Skiiu 8cC Suit Cases I45 i8q ipiece Suits MO C I Oscar Chandler Dr L M W Ideck will Boll his ropertyiat Hazel Greert and will move here March let Stephen A Warner of Grassy Lick has rented a pjuco of J H Giliaspio nnd will move in a few days R S Smith baa sold lime stock of general inerch ndjsq to Henry Ficklin of Indiana possession given Feb 20th A Western newspaper notes the eath of a mtiro28 yenrs old It says she sUm millet hay all her life and then it killed her A team belonging to W U Cunan of Judy rail off one day last week seriously injuring Wm Shannhan the driver A bill has been introduced in tho Missouri Legujlisiure to abolish hanging It b noticed that it id ot pushed at a breakneck speed Mrs Sarah Thomas and Mrs J Lane Barker ojf the Springliuld nejgtiborhoodi wore in Ml Sterling last week at the b daido of Mrs Ann Barkley TiB said that courtship carries hem et but this is hardly true for jTardship carries ell of courtships passengers and many more too J M tiigstaff Squire John Trim Squire Charles Thompson f Mt Sterling were out bore last week investigating the cost of con tracting a halt mile of turnpike on the Springfield rood Large crowds have been attend ing the auction here Wm Cray ens the auctioneer has made many friends here arid ho wishes to- haqkthe people for prompt atten ion phd high bidding Snturdiiy Feb lltb will be tho last day of he Huotion as Mr Smith gives inssession the 20th 8 G BROWtI LEIIOIU48 As as careful breeding can pro dace size ami vigor mUew line cock orels for salel each egss 50 cents per 15 at home 817- A1 T Diayis Ky Kentu Coat Springs id T Tablets iltose J Combs jfGirdlesTowels 43CTable CoVersoc 6c pDuckFrench Ginghams 9CYarn fltts 23c 1- Umbrila 48 65 8c t4 5Sc 5 ASH PAID FOR EGOS Hilibpro One door abov- ePostoffice4 PUBLIONOTIOEt Bath Couqty Fiscal Courtv Specja Term Dee SOtlf I8e It is ordered by the Fiscal Court of Bath county that the Judgo of tijs Court ziid Bath County giy notice that all pursons stoe canny of the turnpike roads of Bath county which are owred1by offenohibeing such olfeuces directs AnJJh9 commiecioners of bu toad dstrIc are to report all plTences xif tLlj kind in their respectivdJttt i the County Attorney yho fhvi procure warrants for Mch otrec Y and prosecute eiich olfecders law directs c It ic furhlj tordorejIhae1i1auj holders ovrnipg or jn ohy way gov erning land lying and adjacent to any of the turnpike roads owned by Bath county must within 13f months ft om the hat day of JaD u uary 1903 remove pr caute to ba removed nil fencing wherein m fs an encrutuhraent upon the fight of way of enid turnpike roais ex cept where the name has beep creel 1 gavernncmgaut1iorIty J i Bath county And all persons fitfl inff or refusing to obey jSL r tfH within the time heref5 BpcclBeiVj shall by tho turnpike k 3ilathtorney fur Bath county who thaT on such information proceed as the l law directs to have such wbatruc lions removed and the parties pius s J eouted forSdme r JNO A DAUGHERtr JrBTC A copy attest w J TJ Peters Clerk j By T J Peters DO u P I JDOA Dnughertyi Presidintiv Tudgeifbe Bath ptrly FIsl- Cnut pOisiinnce ci itibtib ordjPFof miald Court do ucreBygi c POBtIC TSOTICE to all persrnist Bath county who baogwhidmayv- iolate ther of the above Baid prr 4 tiers thatiiiey from this date de slat from tbeo rffene3anmIvnntpy yith the requiremonteabove stmiteJ This January 1st 100- 3DAUGHFTTJJNQ A SLr 5j lt4i t l21 t l1 i t J JiOwingsville Outlook t t t UenIIowINGsvIrjLT EENTUCKI doawJ HOMESICK t wta born In Indlanr an Im plnln t 3rgltbackFrom these pralrlewlnds at howl an snarl an moan around my hack4 From this empty endless wideness seeAmy a purt fer the sight o Jest one tree TIi I was raised In Indlanyan Im within b I was back Where th shlftln shining Wabash cut VIts twistln trallln track a cornfieldsloaflnWhere tfieys pools to hide the fishes an k theys shade to cool the cows tTl My old homes In Indlany an Im heart it sick to git back tongiSI Per ceptthe0 the winds at moan an mourn ont t ye think yell shortly die An ye haint no wish fer Hvln an tt dearest thing ye crave onil3y 1A1e Back there In Indlany where the Wabash twists and turns I Where the sun hIs trees to shine on ni hib7 Where the sycamores crooked branches show the way the river goes 1 An cross the yallerln cbrnflelds ye kin hear the cry o crows Willie the leaves Is itrappln sofly Na churs tears fer days nts dead An mongst the hlckrys trlmblln boughs p the squirrel perks his head 1 I Where the oak an maple colors make tha woods a kind o hint a O the land yer lookln fer at last an i sem to ketch n glint c O the glory streamln downards through n break In Heavens wallt An In the whlsprn silences ye hear the angels call Indlanys purt night Heaven An I aA wlshln I was bornecIt them dSBut jithlngdIm a good ways oft from both of em I an prayln to sit back I Ezra B Newcomb In Womans Home Companion i t B KIDNAPPED i i MILLIONAIRESA 4 end the Tropics A AMBy FREDERICK U ADAMS LL e yflgh1IQ1bLcthrupPubibbIsgCocDpsin CHAPTER Tin CONTINUED 1 This is a new game of cards Miss glancirCig or ie f l4 who untie the right name wins c I win said Mtss Helen her eyes hashing with excitement Here it 111 p She passed a neatly engraved card to Mr Chalmers That gentleman took it and readI A L SYLVESTER VINCENT j Invent9r4Iechanical Expert and a14 RJtA CHICAGO Here is nnnjlier one said Miss Carmody They looked at nil the 1f cards and found four with the name Sf L Sylvester Vincent She sent for Smith iDoyou remember the gentleman t who presented these cards she Basked p r looked nt the cards n mo f feSJBent and pad4rrejnenil er im very t J veli t Miss Elen The first time e came a walked right in and un- gtlpis afc before I conld top im salflc an nappo1tmentwih Mr Carod 1 Jm r t trjotfy was itlt ome v ldW1tf I t TS 11 r4 v Inv no one on litreincKS at 3 rMtD resident E suid Vsknew tinhe e to sail for Tunnon clay and must see Mr Cnrmody that night Finally c went nway 7 Very well Smith that Is all snld i fJ Miss She looked at Mr r C1ahnersw th an expression half of interrogation mid half of Confidence b t inVhis to solve the riddle The = JattcrofrlllisLe Jtoytmundedtnll t cal nslt came portieres Two newsboys i working the street wjth a late cill I1 tfon in the distance their crleaf sounded like the honking of wild j12c gene It is remarkable that so many it things should point to this man Vin e cent said Mr Chalmers He disap peared the same time your father did He had been here several times the week before And on top of thlsit r i 4 A t our man Seymour wires that Vincent t 5 the men Do ou think thatlie Is Mr Cb al ft mere Miss Carniody 1o1ced eagerly illti ntorJan that gentkinn4 was so h jDotirNl that he was lot at the r io 4 annsvera q7 1no do not think ho gt 1 f If dMaJll1ters It Js probably 7 t4lIFL othing morttthan a coincidence o r But your Mr Seymour seems so lJo gjrathat Vincent ls at the bottom of t the mystery said Miss Cnrmody t i Seymour is a good reporter but iH fooJ he in too emotional at4times said t = Chalmers smiling He is like many r t hf our detectives who first make up j f Ither nileds andtlln mahe the fncts J t Sto proTe theirtbeory It Is bet r4r p get facts and form a 4 Jyour theory later Of course Sey 4f mour may bare some Important cleivs but he did not send them in t his bulletin T have good reason for 1 at stpecttng a certain person of com Incttes 1 b S lons 1lJt 1 WoUld not dre urn 0 Of making a ct1rge ugalnst h lea macrei4o f T i way is something telt1 lXhatis tt Miss Carmody was r JD1 estel1 f I wlf has but an indirect bearing on j thlease said Chalmers Mr I t V TTerBjcsbIeia Bae qday tohnye 0 f KVaHer B Hestdr or on tbisymy f tery Now Mri itestdr haa grone t pdifnc firstandlng Irestor and M IN efJtOY are3 friend Hestor t Jl hl nui4hfn to meconceJl1lnga aaer erty lie gae about a w cek i 4 drIilfln ie wentawiiyand If my if rvPate right he said Niss tf kXni ciii youask her MllkeJytJ j hThlka riNoy or Wr htU t we wIs tot Into ei l ISb r JISOsI is rVv f i c Irt J f rLt1tTht b fnl Jj i Jt1lEoj4J1 1 cwPI y d Si J t1a Sr 1 tAiot 4r t rh J Jl f j i wt 0 t r iiij n ioO rJ p 7 j I itir t a t tI if 1 0 rl4 1 i Re is the most brilliant newspaper correspondent of tho time Ills as sis tance would be invaluable dleavesam glad there is something I can Is it not too bad that Mr lies He pHeShe would have delighted in this one and would have done all in his power to solve it find out who mantle up the mem Ibers of this dinner party and I will ca te hallRecord is to be congratulated s o charming an addition toPIts rcpor torial ntnff My assignment is an easy oneexsaid Miss Helen as Chalmers rose to go Must you go so soon Mr Chalmers Wont you stay nnd join us in a cup of coffee I should be more than pleased so o do said Mr Chalmers but we tomnrrmvtprom iscd my assistants I would return at n certain hour nnd I have just nBr to tyMrsDe Xeuville Miss Cnrmody nccom ripanieui him to the door and thanked m earnestly for the interest he sterySheand shook jmnils not with the coM conventional touch but with time hearty clasp of a good friend That girl Is a trump said dial bllckinstreet She is a daughter to be prouf of What a wife she would make How would it read TIle wedding ceremony of Mr William Chalmers the gifted journalist and Miss Helen Cnrmody heiress to the fittingIghurcher how In the devil I nm going to It four big stories on the first page f tomorrows paper When Miss Cnrmody returned to her guests Miss Le Hoy at once monopolized the conversation Isnt Mr Chalmers handsome 2cshe said clasping her hands I think he is perfectly lovely Such deep brown eyes nnd such wavy hair And he is so easy in his manner Did you see how he disposed of its as if we were children who were in hisI way I would resent such a thing In ost men but it comes naturally to r Chalmers I suppose he is so used to managing a lot of newspapermen that the handling of n few wo cOIIequencenutthinkso Helen He certainly Is said Miss Car mody Ican talk to him just as if he were my big brother The adopted big brother is always on interesting character said Mrs White Sometimes he changes his relationship Miss Carmody blushed laughed goodnaturadly and changed the subject By the way she said address ing Miss Edith Le Jloy Mr Chal IrorueItor to take charge of the search for- eth missing men Mr Hestor sailed happenedIis anxious to com municate with Mr Hestor without delay I am sure I have not the remotest idea saul Miss Lc Hoy I have not seen Walter since the night we went t supperta about his European trip at that time The first I heard about it was on SaUirduy when I received a briIII letter from Walter saying lIe ff abroad on biisin and wouxl write or nHe a oon It Tmdlll 1r iTiGtmber UUWIIit I was with him at he supper He iiiil tit talk to uihLnIs at all He an aiUney Hammond were talking about pThingWho were at the supper Miss Helen asked Oh 1 forget Who were theretMiss De Xeuville prcttJfew moments We go to so many places it is difficult to remember she said Let me see there was Sidney Hammond a yndter Hestor and Miss Le Roy thats Mr Blake nnd Miss Meredith hats six and Mr Converse and my selfthats eightyremem4lJera splendid memory you have I can never remember anything Walter nnd Sidney were t Udnp about a big convention of the lead crs of trusts said Miss De Jfeuvllle I know Walter was very enthusiastic about itas he always is abou nerythunge I did not hear either of them say anything about going to Europe Soon after this Miss LeRoy and Miss De N uville rolled away h their carriages and the big Carmody man aba was dark as it frowned on Fifth Avenue CHAITERIX SOME DETECTIVE WORK Mr Chalmers found a telegram awaiting him from Chicago It read an followsVChicago Slay 6 William Chalmers Managlpg Editor New York Record L Sylvester Vincent undoubtedly head of conspiracy He has been planning It for months Left Chicago three weeks ago with letters of introduction to Car mody Rockwell Morton Haven and Pence Has frequently been heard to boast that he would do them Have Just obtained Informpjlon of Vincents developmentsVlrtLouis BERNARD SEYMOUR opinionthatknottt but he answered the telegram requestedThe opinionofbut was too much of a disciplinarian plansVIrprove an expensive luxury but ignorendenterprisingindTJtie following morning Jack ate yeas from Frovlncetown He hid earnednothing but had as thattewhatbeelew offered by the letters found In Hestora officeI1 will a tetIo t J IWn hYR i rt a tk r FfG hours I will find where that furnltare nnd stuff went to Be very careful what you say or Jock cautioned Chalmers The net that Hestor bought a lot of fur niture proves nothing In itself Say nothing to make these furniture peon suspicious They are likely te- ander at our sudden interest In Electors affairs flout you worry about that salt Stevens I will not see the mem bcrsof the firm at all I will tract the stuff from the teamster who uled it or get the fuels front tile ipping clerk I will make no bad breaks Stevens had not been away two hours before he returned lie was happyWell That furniture went on board the Shark said Jack Stevens It not only went aboard the Shark hut it went into the hold cf the boat 1 found the two teamsters who hauled it I made them believe I was ono of the clerks of the furniture house and explained that a complaint had been made that two chairs were missing They told me all about itThe Shark was anchored off Twen fourth street They took the fur ture there anti help put it in the yncht I told them the mutter was of no consequence and convinced them that suspicion was not directed against them Ialso found out about the billiard table That also went on board the yacht So did the pianoThere is no use bothering about the rest of the stuff said Chalmers It went to the saute place Well what do you think of it I do not know your mall Hestor said Stevens Were lie not worth more millions that I have dollars I suspicionWestanding his money said Chalmers deliberately Tick out two or three ood men and trace his nc thins ns est you can up to the time he went away He keeps bachelor apartments up town I will get you the address He has several servants including a coachman He is quite modest in his tastes The servants should not bo uspicious if you go nt them rcetly Stevens hud no trouble in inter viewing the servants of the Hestor o e gfthe coachman That dusky gentleman proved a mine of information Mnrater Walter tole me nothin bout whar he wnz gwine said Mr Napoleon Spencer De last time I DATS A MIGHTY FINE SEFGAR YOU SMOKE BOSS d P riiero left er 20 gold piece dar Anti Na poleon looked at his hand as if to again see that treasure sparkling In his palm SpencerDe Inxplainedl Shark was jjJyinY Yho was with MT il iiianyone rim tli hi it riaee 1In Iii Thar ii 11h tell boss pmimlnamei n irorit of de Kecord orficc at half aast1dnclowed ter pick up Mister Hammond gwineterEO and dese gemmen comes down de steps gets in do carriage and I drhes dcm away Dats all den is to it What building did you go to Dc Carmody buildin on Hroad v ny sili said NapoleonhDoyou know r ou see himefiVatthose who got inthe carriage 1V i1oou have a fresh cigar Mr Spencer moigbtyleon Dey vas oldish lookin gem j GotantDid you see anyone else on the yacht liar was several gem men on lefiupstairs part of de bout said Na poleonIats a mighty line seegnr- YOII lesmgkkinc Marster Walter smokes You dont know how long the y acht remained at the pier do you I trwnyleftas I llwarofl hoss de caps gave de orders a ltdcSlltlrksalled out Inter do ha Marster Walter Didnt sqy nothin ter me erbout whar he was agwine or when he wotld ir tstererbout slch things sab Much obliged Mr Spencer said Jack Stevens We want to send a cablegram to him us soon as losfclble Good day Goodbye boss Sorry I cawnt tole yer nothin mo erbout hi 3fnrster Walters a mighty hard in- h inl to find when hes gwine erway its Goodbye salt To Be Continued bInBroadwaywhom he had not seen for several weeks I am not nn Elk replied the one belJngto thataBut you gave me the grip per YUIIknowMust bo pure accident said the other according to the New York Mall nnd Express I hurt my hand onlynwheaT shake hands To protect the wound I have fallen Into the habit of doubling my fingers In a certain a when J shake hands NoW I ham ilitwhy so inhny of my friends havere oponded to my greeting wltfi a pe culiar pressure I thulIgJit1t was jjevk facj In the ffaltjB pi whnkiuI- HH1 J r i o A1 i1 rJcra l ALONE WITH JESUS The Privilege of Gaining the Divine Presence Is Open to All Sometime the Devil ti timtrnmental lit Getting n Soul There Ser won loT the lIlKhwnr nail UrnrIReher Copyright 1905 by A N Kellogg News paper CJ liiTcxtAndmldatJohnIThe Unexpected The unexpected always happening in the presence of Jesus The human mind or heart can 1101 compass or anticipate themcthods or purposes of the Son of God anti bet cause it is true as lou declares as the heavens arc higher titan the earth so are My ways higher than your ways nail My thoughts than your thoughts it is not strange that the soul of man ns it counts in touch with nod should experience the unex iiiectem1our text are a striking illustration of this fact The accusing Scribes and 1harisees hind their surprise nlmlc shook the whlted sepulchere of their hypocrisy and set the dry bones of hidden sins within to rattling an ig nominious defeat ns they sneaked si lently away The sinful woman had her surprise for instead of the crush ing stones of just condemnation of which she was worthy she felt the up lifting hand of Jesus nut heard Him basaycompany of disciples and others stand big around nnd the e filandprice for never before had they seeMsuch dignified uncompromising demnatiou of slit and such hiSiOlmatens was revealed here Surel it we hineverScribes and Pharisees had it nIl out lined in their minds how thel wicked would ofiiecet1doubt edly had her mind made up that condemnation antI punishment would be meted out to her and the assem bled company of people surrounding Jesus hastily concluded that nt last n trap had been sprung from which 1esus would not be able to extricate Himself but as the Divine and sur copassingfied silence and the tender word were so skillfully manifested nIt were silenced nnd subdued in the face of the unexpectedIt so The soul comes into time presence of lestms with its mind made up just how He is going to deal with it just what is to take place all ti always finds that human reckoning falls short of tile infinite resources tieandIswithanti not in accordance with its expectations and thus does for it exceeding abundantly above all that it ould Iask or itto isJnn experience it is going to have when it accepts Christ ns Saviour is always disappointed In the presence of Jesus and alone with Him the human programme is discarded and Gods evprogantnmeout And if the soul will not yield ti-meth programme it has and a ticeptit in Ills infinite wisdom and love it n deedsits own mind and withdraw from ftte p Itresencehghteous eentTIme matter of experience is orbwhich troubles more souls titan lu ampsthe mind is mantle up to this or that condition or feeling or circumstance connection with conversion and be pi mtnessfl 5ection of Christ nrH Us Iow yil tpwi h i rtMl Ifiitifu atermeniad that Lmut have a similar experience if he is to come to Christ nd because such is not vouchsafed to m th tlereceive from God an unexpected at Itblessed experience of his very own That rich young ruler who came to Jesus asking the way of salvation atdoubtedly had a beautiful a wllgoing to tell him to do and because the Idnexpectedim to sell all that he had and gigo the poor he went away d Whether the young man ererd idtnd salvation or do stotn sober second thought as he weighed the timings of time with the weightier things of eternity he did but be that as it may one thing is cer l ain if he did it was nlong the line of ods programme for him and not in a with his own How many many Christians fail to Inndexperience because their human nat a tndinto the presence of Jesus and clung t isotress and harass them as the days drag unhappily by and to bring sad disappointment in the end The rea son so many Christians fall to get rc ala pagimtto God and talk over vitim Him the mat en they have In their minds and upon their hearts is because they tell God nrgueJlhn Theydothey have not patiently and submis sively learned at Tesus feet that it is almost always the unexpected which happens when Jesus is dealing with and speaking to the human heart The disciples were constantly fall ag into the error of planning Iorc themselves and their Lord and it was a slow hard lesson to lenrn that it was not the expected plans of the hu man heart which were wrought out buttheunexpeCtel1 purposes of God eter James anti John who were per utted to behold the transfigured lory of Christ on the mountain top instantly suggested what seemed to them a splendid plan of action the building of tabernacles for Moses and Klijah and Christ but the nnexpected voice of God spoke from the Heavens nd rebuked them And instead of dwelling upon the mountain top Jesus steadfastlyfixel1 prolonged intercourse with Moses nnd Elijah He descended to the level of human qeed and the lips which had just left speaking with glorified be ings were soon uttering the words which set the demoniac son free from the evil spirit which possessed him When Jesus talked of ills crucifixion o Ills disciples Impulsive Peter pre sumed to interpose his thocght ana plans for time Christ and time unex pected rebuke of time Divine vlll lime crushing buck upon him as Jesufev claimed Get thee itblnIDh StllDj a 4 1 2cryvorestbu Pe tmptetlikely we shall escape How often the heart of the Christian if It would take time to listen might hear the voice of Jesus sounding out the same rebuke today ns it purpose I and puma its Christian work apart from Gods will It was not what Peter expected to hear but it was what lie did hear Again thenexpecttd happens in the presence of Jesus in n twofold Way unexpectedly asks us to yield to sonic cherished possession or pUn and then nt the point of com plctc surrender aid when we have bid goodb to it forever He unexpected ly commits it to our hands again fo His use and Ills honor and glory DoIyou know I do not believe Jesus have permitted that rich young ruler to sell everything nnd scatter among time poor He startled ths young ruler by unexpectedly demand ing that condition but nt the point a yielding on his part I believe Jesus would have recommitted the riches to lipdWhile Abraham was dwelling aitaiiBe rsheba in joy anti contentment nnd when life wall running nlong de light fully smooth tad the young man Isxnc the ton of promise and the joy of his old age was growing into vig oroiis manhood suddenly nail unex pcctedly as Abraham sought time tIres ence of God for his dally communion with Him God meshed of Abraham 1 strange anti hard thing He must give ck his wellbeloved son to Goil He rmv he was the son of Gods promise li prlednations I have no doubt but that mabamn ns he sought God on the itwterrible day of testing was filled with s thoughts and plans for that boy IsIs aac Perhaps he had come to exalt of s quhodLeof mapping out his future career res ed upon him And while he wns full his oWn thoughts and plane and goes to talk them over with God un expectedly the voice of God speaks to hili soul telling him that he must give up his plans and offer Isaac ns n sacri lice to Him But hid faith failed not in Gods promises even though those promises were not to be carried out an he had thought nUll planned ac unting that God was able to raise m up even from the dead And so Abraham was led to the point of giving up Isaac anti then God unexpectedly gave Isaac back to him Thus do we Ke the strange dealings of God wil the human soul It is the tmnexpeetm that happens when Gods will wrought out in the human life In II is prstnee the wicked devices of man are unexpectedly det1 the guilty sin w thithderful methods 11 matchless grace of the Divine pr Tri are brought un expefttedly to rfJilt hat theyareable compass evev lnan need and sat fy the perfect See of God Alone With Jesus Those were cruel and unmerciful hands which drngffed that trembling woman into the midst of the crowd in the tempi s and cast her nt J ftet but lid you er stop to thiiilM t it was the be a- t1ngthateverIsped toher Sun e ly here we have an illustration of how wrath of nwt is made to praise d anti it corinurs to be so to this ay blessed br th name of the Lord The devil bring runny a soul to Jesus is not his intention to do so b Utw e does He has not ceased to try tosentangle time Lord mi those who min ter for Him anr fc ivthlessly dna efore Jesus desjvi cases of s nd expects to eri r lm But Jesus nows how to ri ith every sot mim nnd n aPins ever len too hard for Him v hr n He got ii alone with Him self Vliv tht cLtfest of sinners whom Jnildrlting from leIIJ1t1 0 Tt cus on his idmrs7rcui va i1 tet too great a iroblam for J iisj SJLvtliaul tic oh th roadthe devil sn tfloff and the unexpe ed happened for the proud Phnriser was east Into tb dust a humble supflicnnt asking th Lord whose existence he had been iug what lIe would have him do es the devil overreached himself that time and he often does 1eJesus puts him to rout every time and s Mheould never have gained the presence jbroughtnd after her accusers have slunk off uilty confusion that dared not IQI the Lord in the face we are told that Jesus was left alone and the woman anding in the midst Alone with Jesus does not always mean that we are separated fre mml the crowds or our companions and shut in the privacy of our closets We may be alone with Jesus on the street in the busy mart of trade in the public hall anywhere everywhere even as was the woman before us Although surrounded by curious astonished crowds of temple worshipers Jesus saw her only He understood her need He saw exactly how to help her and she was conscious of but one persons pres encc as the quiet tender words of the Master awaken in her new impulses nd desires to be a lrue and re w JThethe border of Jesus mantle as He pressed through the crowds of people that thronged Him as He went to the laydyingJesus was conscious of her presence for He turned and asked who it was who had touched Him Nicodemus who sought the presence of Jesus at the still hour of midnight was iiLotw more alone with Jesus than was she This is a wonderful thought for our hOeoimidesiring and seeking lIfe presence o hfin the mirror of human comparisons nnd you are not conscious of the sinfulness of the huirun heart and life Look at yourself In the mirror of the perfect righteousness of Christ JesUs and you immediately become conscious of sin Alone with Jesus always briefone face to face with his real publican who went up into time templeI to pray had been alone with God and had a vision ot real If a Indto me a sinner Until the soul gets alone with Jesus sin always looks peoplebutcusable when It is a personal matterI The human heart knows how to useI the whitewash brush and is not at nil tries1toI noticed tear stains on the fsc- ter 1 of my little fiveyearold Taking in tay arms I sought to find the cause gf IlidQ What has inyjjttlt girl beeo C r v ing about Mamma sent me up irs Why did mamma send you stars Baby brother had my And was that what mamma sent you upstairs for because brother hod your pencil Well you know papa you dont want him to htiv pen sta ells hl Cirshead dropped and the little tongue tryingnway from brother The little heart had been trying to coverupnnrj excuse its fault and the human heart is al wnys trying to do that nod declares that the heart is deceitful nbove nil things and desperately wicked and it is as natural for it to use the whiter wash brush of excuse and human com pa rlsomm as it is for the human heart to errThere Is a natural aversion to being talo ne with Jesus It makes one feel so uncomfortable if he is clinging to thingsras it rejects Ills claim upon it or the cry is the same as escaped from the s of Peter on time shore of Lake iilee Depart from me for I nm sinful man 0 Lord And when this tcry is wrung from the heart conscious of of presenceJesusso wi spotstimpares the henrt for Ills services prelarnIChristian service can be obtained no tv here else but In the presence of itestis The reason there is so little manifest power und renl results in teachinghnumdtion tins not been mantle while alone ith Jesus The servant of Jesus Christ must be long in his prayer and- shi testimony when alone with Jesus if he would brady with the short ick telling prayer mind testimony time opportunity for service tcomes The disciples who lied tjeen unable to administer to the needs of the fathers only con who was pos sessed with n devil were troubled by their failure nnd asked Jesus the rea son He replied This kind can come forth by nothing limit by prayer and ft sting And the lack of prayer and fasting in the presence of Jesus Is the re mmson for every failure In Christian work Ten days fasting and prayer preceded the day of Pentecost After the long preparation time power was received which enabled the disciples to so testify for Jesus ou that won derful day as to win thousands of con hverts werejsing they were preparing Paul and arnabas for their wonderful mission ary tour And after long preparation e Spirit thrust them forth to the ccessful work Every great re hal every great missionary effort has had jedcned and who got nlone with Jesus Alone with Jesus means increased responsibility Jesus made no men f Donence as to past sins but said Go nnd- liin no more The past was written She had to leave It with Jesus He alone could blot it out And we have to leave our past with Jesus We can- oj nothing with it ourselves He alone can provide font But the woman had the future before her and so have we Because she had been alone with Jesus there Wns new light in her life as to hat sin really was and a new re- ponaibihity upon her to live a pure life Because we have met Jesus anti been lifeInencc always It is on awful thing to eet Jesus alone and then to go out and resume time o life and the old sin Alone with Jtus shou mean risljg to n hijrhcr ilnue of ivlr rnch tim it Mjonld rrr r iWf 4fmrore o icd I wich V prmr woKant1 each timelhe clay comes ir touru the whirling wheel hMt if e or disfiguring lump Is d atxl ajjvr beauty Is found in sel which is being shaped and tolishfd Alone with Jesus mean that ibis and that disfiguring element in our lives are to be removed as they un revealed to us in the light of Ills urns nce and a being clothed upon with th4 beauty and righteousness of Christ oses face shone after he had bees with God Stephens face re fleeted the glory of the presence of the ord within his heart because ho welt constantly in the presence of his privilegekcleansing from sin it means prepara t for service it means new power and new responsibility Oh let us delight to meet Jesus alone Let us ong to bring others to that place of blessing Breaking and Keeping Promlnei There is just as much of an gblign tion to break a bad promise as there is to keep a good one What one hums no right to do he should never promise to do anti having promised lie imas no right to perform The mere pledging himself to do a wrong thing gives one no right to do it One may say for stance that he will give away his friends watch but his saying so does not empower him with the right to give it away The devil likes to entrap per ons into making some wrong pledge knowing that they pride themselves n keeping their word They are like the animal that seizes upon the stick thrust into his hole nnd who holds on though he is pulled out to his own death It is different matter altogether when one has made a promise that is to his own incon venience or damage A good many can see reasons for not abiding by their word who in the other case ould feel bound by it It is in just such cases however that ones word should be as good ns his bond In describing the man who shall dwell in Gods holy bill among the things said of him is that he sweareth to is own hurt and changeth not WellspringLifes Best Always Ahead now common it is for one in mature or advanced life to wish that he were- oumigagailuv Anti what a mistake this is If one remembers joys that he had former years let him be grateful or them and know that better things e ven if not the caine as those are yet- eforeb kirn The best timings to Gods children ore ever abend not behind f he thinks of nilstutkes that he then made let him be grateful that he has not to try the thing over again lest he mnigimt do even worse if he hail another trial If Indeed he really can- o better now let him do so where and as he ie instead of showing his unfitness for time present by repining over time lost past Would you be young again So would not I One tear to memry given Onward Id hie Lifes dark flood forded oer All but at rest on shore Say would you plunge once more vth home to nigh S S JuiueI 1 1 pr SISTERS OF CHARITY RELY ON PERUNA TO FIGHT atarrh Coughs Colds and GripeV i t SISTER BEATRIX 1I I t I I S I s us ss A letter recently received by Dr Uartmau from Sister Beatrix 410 W 30th street New reads as follows e a a SSI iSSSesIS I I 7 Dr S B Hartman Columbus Ohio Dear Sir Icannot say too much la praise of Peruna Eight bottles Iof It cured me ot catarrh ot the lungs of four years Jitantililg would y not have been without It tor any thing It helped several Sisters otcougbst and colds and I have yet to find one case ct catarrh that It does not cure 4 SISTER BEATRIX y 4 Interesting Letters from Catholic institutions In every country of time civilized w orld the Sisters of Charity are known F THE 8ISTERS GOOD WOiK Not only do they mints ter to tha spiritual and intellectual needs of time charges committed to their care but they also minister to bodily cmanyhildrentect from climate and disease these wise and prudent sisters have found safeguardDrletters from Catholic Sisters from nil over time United States A recommend recently received from a Catholic institution in etroit Mich reads its follows eatalocua will This pay aettegInnot you 2 thai truth ciirsworttS cDrDear Sir The young who used the Peruna was suffering from and loss of voice The Jfactoryafter farther use ot medlcltifwe hope to be able to say she Is eStlrely Sisters of Charity T young girl was underthecareofVSisters of Charity and used Peruna for catarrh of the throat with good re as above letter Ifyou do antis- factory the use of Peruna write at Dr Hartman giving full statement of your case and he be pleased give you his valuable iAddress Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio Constipation Those who have used salts castor oil and the many home and manufactured purgatives know that la such treatment there is no possi bility ot a pure from constipation Thesa remedies are at most physics and do absolutely pliesfistulaof appendicitis are traceable to S2their use Soon tim ordlnarym doses of these to have any effect upon the tIpattor ri1uIIiiraperIOfliC emmiCucienre First 0isGrnpoTonteII Sf1 treatrucnt eo satton arstett- I antI mkft poslfjyp Vai3 known Bnt that Isnt what cures It Is tnJ propertlei of tho erapo and otherVfruits trmtftjfiiBthpns the womont muscles nfthe ftVte5tln l Tonic buIlds flesh utrength anti creates nichred blood Mulls Grnpo Tonic 1 la the finest thing ever known for con tlntton Ith gust anteed to cure yon Large bottle sent frm to enVaildrec3 on reneipt of 10 cenhs for IChtflhii5 IVj ItetlicineCo Boek Imland III Send yonr dnazsIst name i All druggistS sell Mulls Grape Tonic at M cents s bottle 1 BromoSelt2er 1HeadachesfL 1 Use a good penetrating liniment theres ahurt bruise pain in your body or the body your beast MUTNGLINIMENTworms its way through the swollen fevered muscles to tIe very heart of pain and drives it out AYE MONEY Buy your tfoods al Wholesale Prices Our lCOOpaco be sent upon receipt ot 15 cents amount does riot even the postage but it Is Your neighbors trade wIU uswhyoao Clfm- ThoTbousQ the DISCOVEIY tlTti ree iii U 55U1 Qfli gi q flia4 t4 ii girl laryngitis re the cured 4This the suits time testifies notdcrivcpromptand from once to a to unlike maXe sample 1I when of down 2lOmndsforl6cIt a fact tn tSAlitrt seals are found la mon canlcns and on mon farms titanVoar other In America Tbcrvb reuon for this To own anp4 erttcoverMeoecra for the produc tion inordertoimRUC7On 2 following unprecedented cOon i For 16 Cents festftM I23rtsekguIsbbg1SwmBic iIcwsltsmteVfftrlfn ItUac s1t- l25rsSilr4lhTopirslbt 5tII7 Cwundi In kit no kinds tarnishing toulicliof ctinnInsrto rr nJ iota I IOtethACrabai II aearonl best UlllUn u u tar Unu Trtwtctr ISromai Spelt eteail toe only la uuap w l Oslos seed stbvt a pe4JOHN A SAUER SEED Ca I4 HEADERS OP TIllS PAPER DKS1RINQ TO BUT ANmnSO 4i4 IS ITS COLHMKS BJ10ULD IKSIST UPON IIAV1KO t WHAT mar ASK FOIl BKFU81NO ALL OR IMITATION jDltVOmnimemimo situ PHOrtTAtlLK WnOLCEALI lCMUtn UUBISIISl WAXTA fAKTXtft WITH 4OoOO alt ManS C454 CAVpIrALLJ WZbNLr I PAS Por AqIT rnia MILITARY UOiTNTV LCrotteWI ADVEHTISED SUBSTITUTES LAND WARRANTS Issued to soldiers of say war Alto SoUUenAd tlonal Uomeitead Rights Writs me at once FRANK U IIluititr OBOI liSDenerOoioV PISOS CURE Best Cough Syrup Taun Good V- seaIdbTliJ la 1 iIi V t 1 1 1 J f f J r I j I1Ii4ltsuuP15lul1 I UUi1IU4J1II O f L S + STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST t MiMIIMtlMb MM MiM MD 8 s1 FRANCHISE TAX Hunting Up Old Claims Against Ken tucky Rallroadi Frankfort KFth 7 Attorneys IL L Stone of Louisville and W O Davis of Versailles have been here this week looking up the records and isfessments with a view to asking the board of valuation and assess to assess a state and county fran 1Itate tax against all tho railroads in state for the year 1893 1894 and franchise assessment was made by the board for those years becauae the frnnchiwj law had not been tested tthen and because it was thought the commission had tho franchise value in its assessment If the board makes the propokd aseSB 4 pateachities because their tax rate Is higher than the state rate Frankfort Ky Feb rThc state board of valuation Friday fixed Feb mary 24 to hear the arguments on the question of assessing a franchise tax against the city of Cincinnati as the actual owner of the Cincinnati Southr4 orn railway The board contends that both the owner and the company 01 crating the road are liable for a fran chise tax FIRE AT LEXINGTON pAn Entire Block of Tenement Houses Were Destroyed Lexington Ky Feb5Splendlel work by the local flro department pre vented a fire of huge proportions here Wednesday night but not until an en tire block of tenement houses was com pletely destroyed The strong winds caused the flames to spread with great rapidity andI these had assumed a considerable Ifh3l1dw3 before the department coulii reach the scene Nine families are lendered homeless but they were afIforded a temporary shelter by sympa- thelic neighbors The loss to the buildings Is estimat 4idat 4000 partly covered by insur ance The loss to the tenants could not be estimated Wednesday night A FAMOUS FARM It Win Be Cut Up By the Heirs of the Millionaire Turfman- c4 Lexington Ky Fb 6Executors I have decided to divide the hlstorlo Woodburn farm the home 6f Lexing tan King Alfonso Maud S and Ql1St 4 of other turf stars Woodburn ii the estate of the late A J Alexander and t is situated in Woodfprd county When the will of the millionaire breeder WaRI probated it was the choice of the heirs to keep the 3COO acres as an entirety l nnd conduct the farm as a company Later some of the heirs demurred and c the executors have finally determined to divide the farm Into tracts The horse cemetery on the farm where areIthe graves of many noted horses not be molested l FLOOD WARNINGS ISSUED LThbOhIo River is Still Rising at Louj IJ vllle Ky t I JjJIVI li KY Feb riverJEtllls rising ft tJ nlwarn nrSb tee i3ti i 1r y ea Weather t dt X Clanger line t t wl FbC byjSaturday sit is not tbtj water will go much overt1ta i The Kentucky river Is ver r rldtyaM tls fact lavinc =2 responsible for the rUe hcw V 1 t t Boy Meta Horrible Death Madisouvlllc Ky Feh6Wl1l1e Taylor the 2year old son of Ray Tay lor met a horrible death Thursday rnorhlngiby falling In an open well at the rear of the Taylor home a few b miles eastof town The little fellow S was dead when rescued from the well Jt is not nown how long he had been there but perhaps two hours d r Won the Contest Lexington KFeb 7Allen H Rhodes of Lexington representing the sate college won the Kentucky Inter collegiate declamatory contest here iFrlday night Other colleges repre sented were Kentucky university Wesleyaa college Georgetown college and Central university r Smallpox In Mtgoffin SalyersTllle Ky Feb 7There are 200 welldeveloped cases of smallpox J In this county It seems to be ofavery mild type with few exceptions The local board of health baa declared a quarantine against each family In fected and has ordered yellow flags fr put up There Is no vaccination going on A Strange Coincidence Ashland Ky Feb 7Cowen Jessie SwbQ was struck by a Camden Inter state care is at the point of death A I r 11ycslntheJit HUe who was killed by the same car- Deal the same spot four weeks ago melHr1efMareDeadL- edngtoD Ky Feb 7The 11year old thoroughbred brood mare House Glrlby Hlmyar The Sweeper by Imp H Mortremenf Is dead at the farm of her owner Edward Frazier In this county Child Given to Its Father t Louisville Ky Feb 6At Central police station little Eula Sinclair a a yearK ld child was talon from her I mot er and given Into the custody of- F ceis rather Simon Sinclair Under a decree of the Hwdln Irculrt court r where he had been granted a divorce 0 i j f Practiced For Many Years x i Owensb IQKyFeb 5Dr W J tt Springfield JL physician of this county if died of pneumonia at his home near IF Jolly He was 65 years old and had i practiced medicine in thjs county for etISf Committed Suicide i Maysvlile KyFeb6John J jucker6Oonejf the wealthiest farm ers In the county was found la an out Jiouea Thursday with a bullet hole through his heart self Inflicted He had grown melancholy over continued illness Awarded 500 Damages Henderson Ky Feb CGeo Klfi t rierijr was awarded damages againct t 1thei Nla the sum of 500 He al jeged that his property was damaged by the construction of the Btone wall yr bride approacb z I 1 trc 0 i p t l SHOT HIS FATHER Emptied tho Contents of a Shotgun Into His Neck and Breast Ilopkinbville Ky Fet 7 Thomas H Hill aged 30 emptied tho contents of a doublebarrel shotgun into the neck and breast of his father Burton HIM aged 60 near here late Friday afternoon The elder man bad accused the eons wife with unchastity several days ago In an ante mortem statement he charges Mrs Hill with Instigating the shooting He was brought to the court house Friday night and physicians say he will die Tho sheriff and posse are searching for Thomas Hill UNDER GUARD Campbell Was Escorted Out of Jail to Be Married Padurah Ky Feb 7ln Mayfield Joe Campbell under arrest for alleged horse stealing aud Miss Emma Guill of Watervalley Ky were married The groom was escorted from tho jail under guard The couple were married by County Judge J T Webb They then embraced and kissed Campbell was marched back to Jail ills bride left immediately for Watervalley When Campbell was arrested in Wa tervalley the couple were preparing- to get married BECAUSE OF SMALLPOX The Malls Stopped By the State Board of Health PaintBvllle Ky Feb 6Dr J N McCormick of the state board of health arrived here from Bowling Green Thursday to confer with the 10 cal board in regard to the smallpox situation There are now about SO cases in town with a like number in the county In addition to closing the schools and churches the board of health has stopped the malls in part this county Business is practically suspended UP TO THE COURT It is To Decide Whether Whayne Com mltted Suicide Iouisvlllo Ky Feb 6The Fidelity Trust and Safety Vault Co adminis trator with the will annexed of R C Whayne filed suit against the Equitable Life Assurance Co of the the United States to collect two policies for 65000 each Whayne was found dead in a lane near his home several weeks ago The court will now have to decide whether Whayne was killed accidentally or whether he committed suicide FUGITIVE CAPTURED Louis Buford Mortally Wounded By Marshal McCullom Paducah Ky Feb 5Louls Bii ford colored wanted hero for rob bery shooting at a policeman and jail breaking was shot and mortally wounded at Kuttawa Wednesday night by Marshal McCullom of that place who arrested him Buford tried to cut the marshals throat and had a comp nlon with him who tried to shoot McCullom but the marshal was too UICk and shot both The second Ne gro made his escape Rumors of a Mob- ussellvilleL Ky Feb 7Daxter- tsonwho is a used of killin- gton New Years day was ar SHttchJl Friday morning riLandan and 21er tThkk Sfwas brought to thin city For a while Friday morning it was wills pored that a mob might make its ap pearance Friday night but none ap peared Landan and Chick have been given the reward of 1400 Charged With Counterfeiting Newport Ky Feb5Unlted States Marshal Emmet Orr Wednesday night brought to the jail here Edward Gor iey who was arrested at Augusta Ky on a charge of counterfeiting Gor ley it is alleged made sliver coin ot fractional denominations He is only 18 years old Reappointed a Dying Man Versailles Ky Feb 7 Charles F Gray aged 26 manager of the Western Union Telegraph office at Versailles died Friday He had resigned his po sition to go to Denver for hid health Friday as he lay dying notice came to him of reappointment to his old job Tunneled Out of Jail Paducah Ky Feb 5Slx Negro prisoners tunneled out of the city jail They are Tom Fitzgerald Joseph Taylor George Card Robert Bright Mat OHara and Will Suggs all held for misdemeanors Fined 500 By the Jury Wllllamstown Ky Feb 7The Jury ia the case of James Vaughn Imposed a fine of 500 Vaughn last summer shot James Perkins during a quarrel in which the litter heaped abuse on the formers mother As a result Per kins lost the sight of both his eyes Strike Declared Off Sturgis Ky Feb 7T1e strike at the new shaft of the Hielman Iron Coal Co has been declared off by tho union which failed to sustain the lead er in his action and the men have returned to work- Nineteen Horses Perished Xew Haven Ky Feb 6The large ham of Ack Harned of Boston this county burned Nineteen horses and mules and a quantity of machinery and a lot of grain were also destroyed The loss is 5000 with Inurance of 1500 Incendiary Fire Maysville Ky Feb GFire sup posed tobe of incendiary origin Thursday destroyed OHaras hardware store and S Nelsons clothing store Both buildings and stocks were fully in sured Fewer Strikes Made Barboursvllle Ky Feb 5Although many wells were started in the oil fields week before last the strikes last week were not numerous as usual soy have they been so this week Soma good wells have come in and pa Ty a few dry ones Dropped Dead of Heart Disease Louisville KyFeb5WlIlIsmT- bompsona printing pressman era nloyfd by the Bradley Gilbert Co ropped read at noon Wednesday of eart dsuase HIb isaid to imve been Jn Cincinnati r S t w j IN FAVOR OF MINERS The Joint Committee Agreed Upon a Scale of Wages Indianapolis Ind Feb 9The millers anti operators of the competitive district agreed upon a scale of wages for the ensuing year The price for mining Is to be increased 10 cents pet ton Qn one and onequarter inch screened lump coal pick mining In Western Pennsylvania The Hocking the basing district of Ohio and both tho block and bituminous districts ot Indiana six cents per ton on mlnorun coal pick mining In the bituminous district of Indiana and at Danville the basing point of Illinois Tho price of machine mining is to bo increased eight cents per ton on screened lump coal in Western Penn sylvania thin vein and the Hocking tho basing district of Ohio ton cents per ton on screened lump coal In the block and bituminous districts of In diana and six cents per ton on mine run coal In the bituminous district oi Indiana and at Danville the basing point of Illinois The Inside day wage sqale shall be as follows with the conditions of the Columbus day wage scale agreement of 1808 Track layers 256 track layers helpers 236 trappers 113 bottom cagers 256 drivers 2KC trip ri darn 256 water haulers and machine haulers 256 timbermen where such aro employed 256 pipe men for compressed air plants 250 company men in longwall mines of Third dis trict of Illinois 256 all other Insldo labor 236 Yardage and dead work aro to be advanced 1212 per cent In addition to tho above the operators verbally agreed that outside day labor be increased lZy per cent in Ohio Illinois and Indiana and that In the Pittsburg district there shall bo an In crease of 12Y per cent except where prices have been advanced during the present year In those cases sufficient increase shall be granted to bring the amount up to 12iper cent Incrcaso and where more than 123 per cent was secured tho wages shall not be reduced In the mines of the Mouonga hcla company the advance shall be a straight one of 25 cents a day At the meeting of the scale commit tee the Indiana miners agreed to with draw tho shotfiring bill from the sen ate TWO EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS Dishes Were Rattled and Doors Swung To and Fro- St t Louis Feb 9Two distinct earthquake shocks were felt in St Louis and vicinity between 620 and 623 oclock Sunday night The first shock was of almost 20 seconds dura tion and while it was not so distinctly felt immediately in St Louis in the western suburban towns and in Alton Belleville Edwardsvllle and other nearby towns In Illinois it was suffi ciently forceful to rattle dishes and swing doors The second shock followed within two minutes and waa slight and of short duration Both shocks were from northeast to south westMarion Ill Feb 9An earthquake shock was felt Sunday evening Pre ceding the shock a roaring noise was heard Many persons ran into the streets At the West Side hotel flues were shaken down Pad cah Ky Feb 9A sllghl earthquake shock occurred here about 645 oclock Sunday night No damage was done and the duration of the vibrations Was very brief Cloverport Ky Feb 9An earth quake shock startled a number of CIo verports citizens about 630 oclock Sunday night No damage was done and many people of the town did not know the shock had occurred Owensboro Hy Feb 9A distinct earthquake vocv wao r 1t btro at 64E iiibh Pictures ere shaken froni h Mills vand tables InN06 see ond biory of many housesbJUmisville Ky Feb 9 A ighit earthquake t of ilIAl kit her v about 5t45 ociock Suraay night YV vibrations caused windows to rattLe but no damage was done Paris Feb 9SlIght earthquake were felt on Saturday at midnight al Brest St Brieux and on the Island 01 Molene DEATH OF MRS CRANSTON The Wife of Bishop Cranston Pasiec Away In Mexico Denver Col Feb 9News was re ceived by Earl M Cranston of tht death at Silas Mex Sunday of Mrs Laura M Cranston the wife of Bishor Earl Cranston of the Methodist church Mrs Cranston accompanied the bishop to Mexico several week ago to attend a church conference Bishop Cranston his wife and daugh ter were in Peking during the Boxen trouble and United States Ministei Conger was a guest at the Cranstoi residence when the outbreak began Mrs Cranstons death is directly at tributed to nervous shock occasioned by her being a witness to scenes following the outbreak Tho body will be taken to Cincinnati for burial The Freight Embargo Lifted Baltimore Feb 9 Officials of thi Baltimore Ohio railroad stated Sun day night that the freight embargc whjch had existed for several weeks has been lifted and that there is nc congestion of freight at any point oc the line The Pretender Is a Prisoner Madrid Feb 9A dispatch froir Tangier to the Imparclal confirms the news that the pretender Bu Hamara la a prisoner of the Riata branch ol the Kabyle tribe which is ready tc deliver him up for a ransom Death of Dr Paul Haedlcke New York Feb 9Dr Paul Hae dicke well known as a journalist both in Germapy and America died here of cirrhosis of the liver He was born at Brandenburg 51 years ago He had been connected with various papers in the west Willing to Amalgamate Utica N Y Feb 9The Coremak ers union of this city voted unanl rcously in favor of the proposition tc amalgamate with tho Molders Inter national union a similar vote being ta ken throughout the country Sleighing Party Run Down Winona Minn Feb 9While a sleighing party of two men and eight women was crossing a street car track Sunday night a car running at high speed crashed into the sleigh injuring every one in the party one of whom will die Aged Attorney Dead Chicago Feb 9Henry S Monroe one of the citys oldest settlers and t Veteran member of the Chicago bar llldOtpneumonia sifter an illness o only three days Mr Mgnrog w- u3caroid1 r i Jll i 9 tJtl I liiJ L7l L 1I1 4 fi A HUGH ML ME Over 1000 Lives Were Lost in the Society Island The Islanders Who Survive Are Destitute of Food Shelter and Cloth lngAll Their Crops Etc Were Destroyed San Francisco Feb 9More than 1000 persons were killed and SOls lands of the Society group In the Southern sea were devastated on Jan uary 15 by a huge tidal wave that swept across the island dotted sea News of the disaster was brought Sun day on the steamer Mariposa direct from Tahiti Tho storm raged for several days being most severe from January 14 to 1C On January 15 a tidal wave ac companied by a terrific hurricane at tacked the Society Islands and the Tuamotn group with fearful force car vying death and devastation for miles before its towering front As the news received at Tahiti up to tho time of the sailing of the Marl posa was meager It is thought that fun returns may swell tho death list It Is possible that hundreds of bodies wore washed out to sea so that Jhey may never bo accounted for The is landers who survive are destitute of food shelter and clothing Crops have been destroyed and death threatens the survivors Tho first news of the disaster ar rived at Papete Tahiti on January 2G by tho schooner Elmeo The captain of the schooner placed the fatalities af 500 persons The steamer Excelsior arrived at Papete tho following day with 400 destitute survivors Toe cap tamof the Excelsior estimated the total loss of life at 800 persons These figures comprised only the deaths on tho three Islands of Hao Hlkuera and Makokau whoso total population is only 1800 On Hikuera Island where 1000 inhabitants were engaged in pearl diving nearly onehalf were drowned On an adjacent Island 100 more were washed out to sea Makeno and Hao are depopulated Conservative estimates at Tahiti place the number of islands visited by the tidal wave and hurricane at 80 All ol them are under control of the French government at Tahiti Tho French governor upon receipt of news of the disaster took prompt measures to relieve the starving survivors The governor dispatched two warships tho Durance and Zelee with fresh water and provisions The Ital ian manofwar Calabria accompanied the two French vessels nn their errand of mercy As the supply of fresh wa tor and provision was exhausted by the storm Is It fT that many lives will be lost bet tho relief ships ar rive As far at known eight white people were art tho drowned Included In these t Alexander Bran dcr N P Plur r Oakland Cal T D Donnell rmorly a fireman on tho steamship AiUlrnlla and the local agent of C Coppflnrath a merchant of Papete Added U this number was a woman who committed suicide frou fright MURDERED IN HIS OFFICE A Dealer In Old Iron routvl With His Skuli CrushedN New YoriiiFeb 9Louli Handel a dealer In 11 iron was murdered Sun day in his office In East Twentythird street his skull being crushed by blows struck with a heavy Iron bar He was found a nn unconscious condi tion and died in t la hospital Robbery evidently wa tJ motive for the crime as thn desk iU aich Mandel was sitting when he was attacked vas rifled and his gold vat b and cJialn and din mom pin weret murderer over oKQjaa jarge sum inauatyr Wyi tzei nad in an inner pocket Policemens Fatal Quarrel Bristol Tenn Feb 9 Policeman Graft Walk shot and Instantly killed Policeman Houston Childress Sunday morning at tie corner of State and Fourth streets The shooting result ed from a quarrel Walk escaped He was traced to his room where he had exchanged his uniform for citizens clothes Rr Adm Wildes Dead San Francisco Feb 9Rr Adm Frank Wildes of the United States navy died suddenly on bpard the steamer China He was on his way home from China on sick leave when death overtook him Adm Wildes had recently been in charge of the fleet in the Philippines Rr Adm Crownjnshelld at Naples Naples Feb 9Rr Adm Crownln shield aboard his flagship the cruiser Chicago arrived hero Sunday from Al giers He will proceed to Alexandria and return here later It is reported hat he will be back here for the gatli snug of the Italian and Russian fleets on the occasion of the czars coming islt Clevelands Fishing Trip St Augustine Fla Feb 9 Former President Grover Cleveland accom panted by Dr Joseph D Bryant of New York arrived here Sunday even tug Thby are on the way to Stewart where they will spend two weeks fish lag Displacing Colored Brakemen Guthrie Okla Feb 9A caango has been made on the Choctaw lines through Oklahoma and Indian terri tory White men are taking the places of the colored brakemen who have been employed on all passenger trains Midshipman Pearson Resigns Annapolis Md Feb 9 Midshipman Pearson of New Hampshire who a few weeks ago sustained a fracture of the jaw during a fistic encounter with an upper classman at the naval acad emy tendered his resignation to su perintendent Brownson The Danish West Indies Copenhagen Feb 9Somo papers stated that the question of the sale of the Danish West Indies Is about to be revived Fresh proposals it Is stated will be presented by a representative of the United States British Steamship Stranded Cape Henry Va Feb 9TheBrlt ish steamship Garlands bound from New London for Wilmington NC is stranded one and onehalf miles north of Big Kinnakeet N C She is inside the bar far from deepwater but is in good condition Woman Confessed to Murder Monticello N Y Feb 9Ms La fayette Taylor of Centervllle Sullivan county confessed to having killed her husband LILTa yette Taylor and burned the body Jon JaninryZ5 to escape dft t c opt v t4 n c f f r F Ji fe t jHr FIFTYSEVENTHCON9RESSSecond 1jWashingtoncusslon of the statehood bill Thursday polygamyMrstatements made by Mr McComas Md said that ho was In favor of DH amendment to the statehood bill cov ering the question of tho polygamy possibleTheon politics occupied a largo share of tho debate Mr Halo characterized the debate as interesting valuable anti startling because it had disclosed q powerful religious organization exert potentialforcefollowers which should bo taken Intc legislationHouse debate in the house did not develop much ant ralrlylargorule under which the house was te operate however precipitated a livelj discussion Tho bill to expedite anti trust prosecutions occasioned no debate It passed the house as it iil the senate Wednesday without a word of debate Mr Powers rep Mass made the opening argument for hlis side of the house on tho Judiciary com mittee bill and Mr Clayton dem Ala opened for his sidei atimethough the question of the construe dlslcussedhis resolution introduced Thursday nn7foritary occupation of tim bays of Pan proceedelfarfollowing him closely interrupted with a motion for an executive session which Mr Morgan resisted The chair overruled Mr Morgans objections and tho doors were closed Mr Morgan continuing his remarks In executive session alleged that 10000000 which tho United States paid to Colombia would go to tho insurgents who made peace last year When open session predlctel1thatpolicy with reference to the construe tion of an isthmian canal war with Colombia was inevitable HouseGeneral debate on the antitrust bill closed In the house shortly before 6 oclock Friday evening The debate had proceeded since 10 oclock In the morning More Interest was aroused as it proceeded anti tho dos ing speeches by Mr DeArmond dem Mo and Mr Llttleford rep Me were delivered to crowded galleries and to a full attendance of the floor Saturday for three hours tho bill will be considered under the five minute rule after which the final voto will be taken Washington Feb iLSenateThe senate Saturday passed the following bills Authorizing the promotion of Maj William Crawford Gorgas surgeon In the United States army for the relief of Capt Joseph M Simms of the United States revenue cutter service authorizing the construction ol monuments on tho Gettysburg battle field anti granting a pension of 75 each to the widows of Gens Siegel and NegleyHouseBy a unanimous voterepublicans democrats and all others voting for it to a manthe Llttlefleld publicity bill to regulate corporations and interstate commerce passed the house The poll stood 245 for and none against the measure a most un usual circumstance The democrats offered amendment after amendment but their efforts to modify the bill and strengthen it according to their own ideas failed signally the republicans being determined to put it through in the frame it came from the com mittee on judiciary The bill in brief is as follows Corporations hereafter organized must file returns with the Interstate commerce commission for publication Corporations failing to file public reports will be restrained from engaging in interstate commerce Penalties are prescribed for false returns The Interstate commerce commission may demand an accounting from corporations now In exlstenYsv Corporations that offer rebates wli br fltnieu the instrumentalities of utj stmmern Rtfvinl to testify bo fore thfl1brsr unlaKle with- a 5000 fine Testimony shall not be used against witnesses Carriers are prohibited from transporting articles made in violation of the Sherman act Corporations must disclose the names of constituent companies United States circuit courts are invested with jurisdiction to prevent violations of the act Individuals damaged by viola tions of the bill are authorized to file suits A FLOOD FEARED Tho Chattahocchee River Is Rising Very Rapidly Columbus Ga Feb9The Chatta hoochee river is on a rise and a flood Is feared The water is 3G feet above normal and still rising A bridge which was in process of construction has been seriously damaged and all the mills on the river front will be idle several days Within six hours Sun onehalf1feeL ExSecretary Longs Condition Boston Feb 9Former Secretary of he Navy John D Long had a com fortable day Sunday and according to the physicians bulletin Sunday night his condition contiues to be favorable Sunday Session Washington Feb 9The house ol representatives Sunday held a memorial session to pay tribute to the mem ory of the late Senator William J Sew all and the late Representative Joshua H Salmon of New Jersey Mr Par ker of New Jerseypreelded Hannas Bill Indorsed Fort Worth Tex Feb 9At tht regular meeting Sunday of R E Lee camp United Confederate Veterans a resolution indorsing the Senator Han na bill to pension exslaves was passed by an almost unanimous Tote Vice Gov Wright Washington Feb 7Judge Wright vice governor of the Philippines who has len in Washington for ccvera weeks In connection with legislation for the archipelago left Friday even ing for his home in Memphis prepare tory to his return to Manila Favorable Report on the Bills Washington Feb 7Senator Wet more from the committee on llbrarj Friday favorably reported bills pro vldlng or the erection InWashtngtot of statues of Count Pulaski and Baron Steuben ExSenator Dawes Dead Pittsfield Mass Feb 6Hon Ron ry Laurens Dawes former United States senator died Thursday Death was not unexpected as ho had been seriously ill for several days The funeral will be held next Sunday The deceased was born in 1816 The Two New Armored Cruisers Washington Feb GThe navy department announced that of the two armored cruisers to be constructed the Washington should be built at the New York shipbuilding works aijij the Teunessee at Cramps u tIq HESTOPPED Tim BELL r C Anil Gave t e Show n Cb pcprTIierc j fore IVaN Entitled to Free t Adudlon The requests fur thrater favors in the iinall towns are very troublesome Every person of local standing feels that he has a gbt to admission at while the trus lets nhl the constable feel that they are entitled to private boxes Some of the are decidedly unique says the Chicago iloterOccan company played a small loutherrtcity The manager was taking the ticke at the door of tee theater and the natiol nvr rtriiKglin to get in Sud denly hgUJIi a long bujhychin net md tllal divided the olding doors with his Idcr and whispered confi dcntiallyr 1stop the bell asked him againinlee the operiJiouje manager and tell him what you aid reaching for tickets lie tripped up several ladies while backing out Soon toe of the house Mine in MyingJgUes all right he atop the bell I allowed him to go in and after the people were seated I asked the bcal man what he meant by He stops the Yellsaid he this man is the Iell of the tOI nhallright opposite on show nights jic does not ring rr ten on the lawn cfck You see he raid it would disturb the performance Slid up the poor people do not l ol1 what operaIloire rung out nlntl ten every laIC hour to get even II An Important llliicoferT yearsEI cure for Kidney Trouble M1 Gosney lulTered very severely with Kidw Com Iaint and tome ten years ago made up his mind to lind a cure if one was to be had lie has tried and tried and cspcrimented nrith every kidney medicine he could hear jf Although he was always disapfririted ic kept on trying tillatlastnisperevtynce nas rewarded a urelie is a well man today and explains it is follows Everything failed to cure me and I Teas rowing worse and worse till I tried a ne Tj remedy called Dodds Kidney Pills and jad not taken many of them before r nightthinglay too touch for Dodds Kidney Pills AVInr rrcvinton Proof is again afforded of the bccrficient wi dom of nature A professor in the Uni verity of Michigan discovered that the hearing of girls it more acute than that of greater sensitiveness doubt less exists that the faintest whisper of the fateful question ma not the listening earYouths Companion The K C S Almannc for 1003 RailwaysAlmanaction Farmers stockraisers fruitgrow ers truckgardeners manufacturerslmerchants and others iction or a new home at the very lowest prices can reliable information con cerning southwestern Missouri the Cher kle and Choctaw Nations in the Indian Territory western Arkansas ternTexas northwestern Louisiana and the Coast country and of the business opportunities of rered therein Write for a copy of the K CV S Almanac and address S G War aer G P A K C S Raivay Kansas Lity Mo Won by Waiting thefirstJle Good At last we can afford to get married Chicago DJilylews- CnUlornlnLoTY u Rate Beginning February 15th the M K tT Jty will tell Colonist 1ickets to Cali fornia at very low rates viz St Louis 5000 Kansas City 2500 Touirist Car through to San Francisco leaves St Louis each Tuesday at 832 p m Ask any Katy or James Barker Gen Pass VainrvrightBldg givesdeirsefsin reality dey is merely enjoyin a ioaf Washington Star This Wilt Interest Mothers CliiiIroncure Feverish troubteslcstroywormsFREE Address A8 Olmstcd LeRoy NY The man who keeps the ills of life below 50 per cent of the sum total of existence vainleicagoJDirna nstop h vST onRh- mi orks atic ecd Laxative Promo QIIT V I 25 cents P hiIDrWelinvl nilnili li im ntetifrT Three trains a day Chicago to Califor nia Oregon and Washington Chicago Union Pacific North Western Line reputatiopNews Three solid through trains daily Chicago to California Chicago Union Pacific k NorthWestern Line We work hard to perfect our bogies and then frighten ourselves to death over them United lretibterian Pisoi Cure for Consumption is an infalli ale medicine for coughs andcoldsN W Samuel Ocean Grove N J Feb 17 1000 Every man is a volume if you know how to read him Cbanninz goodsbrighter Youll be reasonably happy if you stop worrying because you are not Puck MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Feb 7 CATTLE Common 3 25 4 00 Butcher steers 4 65 4 75 CALVESExtra 8 00 8 25 HOGSCh packers 6 95 7 00 Mixed packers 6 80 t1 6 90 SHEEPExtra 4 35 4 50 LAMBU Extra 590 6 00 FLOUR Spring pat 3 90 4 20 WHEAT No 2 red 8- ONo3red 78 CORNNo2 mixed 4S OATSNo 2 mixed Z8i RyENo2 58 HAYCh timothy 17 00 PORKClear cut 18 40 LARDSteam l 9 10 BUTTER Ch dairy 13 6 15 Choice creamery 27 APPLESFancy 3 25 3 75 POTATOESPer bbl 1 50 1 75 TOBACCONew 325 10 75 Old 750 16 25 Cnicago FLOUR Winter pat 3 60 375 WHEAT No 2 red 75Y 76yg CORNNo 2 mixed 43 OATSNo 2 mixed 34- YRyENo2 49y2 PORK Mess 16 75 16 87Vi LARD Steam 9 42 9 45 New York FLOURWin strts 3 50 3 65 WHEATNo 2red t 8- 2CORNNo2 nixed 62 OATSNo2 white 42H RYEWestern 60y PORK Mesa 18 75 19 00 LARD Steam 10 00 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red SO 80 SouthernSample 70 7- 3CORNNo2 mixed 53Y 54 OATSNo2 white 42 CATTLE Butchers t 10 5 25 HOGS Western 7 00 7 25 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 79 CORNNo2 mixed 5- 0OATSNo2 mixed 39 3ORK Mess 16 50 LARD Steam 10 Indiana poll 00I WHEAT No 2red CORNNo 2 QATSNo 2 mlxell44If jq 6 i t 1i r dJor + r0 llJ J oof tz t JWiifjf6IJ r T 7 01 c iI 0t BgelrThoI 4 c carries else rest comfort Most people need ddney jhelp they who choose Doans get Ithelp that lasts u DEEnriEtD TSDWJlcn I sent for the trial box of Doans Kidney Pills I had been afflicted for two months with pain in my back so bad that I could not get from the house to the barn It was called rheumatism I could get no relief from the doctors I began to improve on taking the sample and got two boxes at our otagoIgettpfOllr Ii is over with and once moru1 can rest tho night through My backache is all gone and 1 thnnk you ever fco much fopthe wonderful thedicine loans Klduey Pills PrcsidentlUdgevllleIndiana BELDINO 3ricnvJan 14 1903Y re ceived trial box of oans Kidney Pills They didLme Iotofg8L I can now o paJnthereand belching of gas is all stopped with the use of two baxesIrs E S BEOI R F D No 2 Reading Jlich mthQtiTar BEAU1Y AND PURITY s t54 and Modern on theubje C and Disease the Effacing Agents of Beauty Has Science Done to Restore the Lily and the J tSocrates called beanty tyranny Plato a privilege ot jjatnre prejudiceTheophrl1Sttts k a folltary kingdom Homer a glorious gIft ot nature Ovid a favor of the- nds Aristotle affirmed that beauty ysbcttcr than all the letters or recom innjlatlon In the world and yet nona firjUicse authorities ha- s1dfs even a hint of how beauty Is to bc9tpctuatud or the ravages of ago- aatsaease defied Time soon blends thjBlv Gild tho rose into tho pallor of nge wiseSiso lot the fair face with cetan ilisflgnratlons and crimsons the with unsightly flushes corrupts the glory bydcfaclngtlujsensitive saul with agony unspeakable If such the unhappy coiulltlon of one nfillcte tlight skin blemishes what must biie feelings of those In whom tort1 humors have for years run rlotfiSJverlnR the skin with scales and soi find charging the blood with poti9l51elements to syptmnnti1deathtray such Death In many blessingTuepregnated with a flfry lcnlHit which when discharged tlkgh bc pores upon the surface of t bodYlln ames and burns until In hIs orts tpr relict tIre patient tears the Ikin 1lilt Ills nails and not until tikiib1flqwsd- oes sufficient rcllercom cause him to desistrmergeIntoIty give place to real BuHwhig A little wart on the nose or cheekgrpws ta the alldevouring lupus a a doftatter on the palm of the haniljor path limbs suddenly envelops todl-u Its fiery embrace abrulse on tn leg cspands Into a gnawing ulcer lbretches out Its fangs to the sufler heart in every paroxysm of paiiO small kernel In the neck multiplies into a dozen which eat away the vitality great pearllike scales grow from little rashlike Inflammations in such abun3 dance as to pass credulity and so on may wo depict the sufferings t6 which poor Iranian naturo Is subject alt of which Involve great mental distress because of personal disfigurations If there were not another external disease known eczema alone would bo a sufficient infliction on mankind It pervades all classes and descends Im partially through generations While some are constantly enveloped In it others lure It confined to smut patches lu the ears on the scalp on the breast on the palms of thin hands ttn ihe Ififcbs otc but er r tvhrre its distinctive festoro Isn miali outcry blister which dinchanies an arjld fluid causing heat Inflammation m intense itching Ringworm tctterj sealled head dandruQ belong to this scaly and itching order of diseases Psoriasis our modern leprosy with Its motherofpearl scale situated on a reddened base which bleeds upon the removal of the scale is to bo dreaded and avoided ai of old Im petigo barbers itch erysipelas and a score of minor disorders make up in part the catalogue of external diseases of the skin Thus far we have made no allusion to those afflictions which are manifestly Impurities of the blood viz swelling of the glands of the throat ulcers on the neck and limbs tumors abscesses and mercurial poisons with loss of hair because the whole list can be In the one word scrofula It Is In the treatment of torturing disfiguring humors and affections of the skin scalp and blood with loss of hair that the Cutlcura remedies have achieved their greatest success Orig inal in scientifically corn pounded absolutely pure unchangeable In any climate always ready and agree able to the roost delicate and sensitive they present to young and old the most successful curatives of modern timrs This will be considered strong language by those acquainted with the character and obstinacy of blood and skin humors but It is Justified by Innumerable Sue cesses where alt the remedies and meth ods in vogue have failed to cure and In many cases toTelleve even The Cutlcura treatment Is at once agreeable speedy economical and comprehensive Bathe the affected parts freely with hot water and Cutl cnra soap to cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cuticle Dry without hard rubblnz and apply Cutlcura Ointment ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver PUls Must Bear Signature of Set F oSlmlb Wupper Below Tia11c4sisa7etakeuif cAiiasIv P1 LS FO Fll IIUINCSI FOR FaR TOPl LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THE Yeget3b1e4itN cutiarely y qc ipAQttIi ii Acblngbllcksarocased lp bklolnpalus overcome Swelling of the limbs and dropsy signs vanish They correct urjce with brick dust sent fmeat high colored pain in passing drib bling frequency bed wetting Doana Ellis remove calculi and graveL Relieve heart palpitation sleeplessness fciheadache nervousness dizziness FREE CREATED FORiCK KIDNEYS h i KidnerPiILt rJple tn41ne by trial boxDo1Ds Kidney 1U1 NnmoIJ Ioatomce Stat Cut oat nfl dotted and mall to OIt1Wbum Ou 14 Ancient Ideas Time What Rose sbortllved distinguished Uognnosu BUfferllgJ comprehended composition KIAIAWI IIUSWNESt COMPLEXIUN 3to allay itching irritation and isflam 1 mation and soothe and heal and lastly take Cutlcura Kcsolrent to cool and cleauso the blOod This treatment nf fords Instant relief permits rest find I sleep lu the severest forms of ccjna and other Itching burning andijhumors and points toaspeedypcritul 1iadlflguniand Inflammations from infancy to r age when alt other remedies and the fjf best physicians fail Thu remedies con t stltutliiR the Cutlcura system will an individual scrutiny of their remark A able properties Cailcura Soap contains in a modified form the medicinal properties of Catt cura Ointment the grtnt skin cnnrand I purest and sweetest of emollients corn blued with the most delicate and re freshing of flower odors It pnrifles L c and Invigorates the pores theS ln and Imparts activity tcrthe oilgJHidB fe jand tubes thus furnishing an outlet for unwholesome matter fe talucd would cause plfcrptrfjvblack heads rashes oily ntli1n and other complexional diufdkins as welt as scaip affOcttonSjid1liations 1 falling hair and babyiihIts gen tie and continuous a ojthh naturaliilubricators of the a k transparent soft fit iI jdhealthy hence Its constant ussistedbynnSoccasional use of Ciit i realizes the falrest cotnplxlon the softest whitest bands4arnIihemosL luxuriant glossy t malts of the most advanced scientific I1 knowledge to supply V CaLicoes Ointment IsHhe most suc torturingdisliguring t scalp including loss of hair in rroor of which a single anointing wih it preceded by a hot Huth with Cutlcura Soap and followed Inthp severer cases by a fUll dose of Cutlcura Kcsolvent Is sufficient to afford immediate relief ittithe most distressing fqrms of itching burning and scaly buzorsperth1t rest and sleep and lo a speedjiiuro when all other remedies fall It isepc dally so In the treatment of infants rand children cldfln lDg soothing aid the most distressing of infanv vtllcBinnors and preserving purifying f oh t lSiutlfyliig the skin scalp and MrGijtjcnra Ointment possesses at the sathnc the charm of satisfying v thoithp1c wants of the toilet of sC ageS In carlrg for the skin scalp fl hair and hands tar more efleettfsllj agrectti and economically than the most enslre of toilet emollients twhite cfoin every ingreIient of a doubtful of character Its OneNtttTrvatintnt of the Bands or Slntv gVeatmentof the hurL or use after gdif teig nls ridlngHatring or any sporr eacb in connectl with tha pto of Ctlcnra 5pap l rtfcjrn v men of ttjJ- Cf a I r lie pUTWatfon of the bloud aod 4rculatlng fiuis none In citic medical action t Cutlcura Itcsolv3ftj neutralizes and resolves away hwe its name scrofu bus Inherited m tier humors in k the blood which glvlKl IautO swellings of the glands pains Wthe bones and torturing disfiguring eruptions of the skin and scalp with loss of hair Cutlcnra Itcsolvcnt extends its purl Tylng luflncnce by means of the pores to the surface of the skin allaying irritation inflammation Itching and burning and soothing and healing Hence Its success In the treatment o distressing humors of the skin scalp and blood with loss of hair which fall to be permanently cured by external 4 The grandest testimonial that CUB be offered Cutlcnra remedies is their i worldwide sale hue to the personal recommendations of those who have used them It is difficult to realize the mighty growth of the business done under this name Prom a small begin e nlng In the simplest form against prej f stiles and opposition against monled hosts countless rivals and trade In difference Cntlcnra remedies have be come the greatest curatives of their time and in fact of all time for no vhere in the history ot medicine is to bo found another approaching them t In popularity and sale In every climC and with every people thy hayr mct with the same reception The confines of the earth are the on y limits to their growth They have conquered the worldttthings mundane must finally come The civilized world has rendered Ita jverdict in favor ol Cutlcura WESTERN CANADA Is attracting more attention then any other dl trletln the wOri Tbt Qruuy ol the WorW Tb land ol Sea thine The Natural Feeding Omnja for Stock Area nnler crop in 1902 1937330 tens Yield K II7922JS4 tniheb 1 Liv and railrienufulterial Good Urns toe pasture sail a fertile soil a nm elect rainfall sail a climate fcir lot an assured and soequsts season of urowth HOME TEAD LANBS O 15 ACHES FREE the Only cbargetorwbicblstI hallwaystsp 4 literature to auperlntendrnt orliamtnatlanUttowra canada or II WlLtliUa ROOm lAw Toledo Obiot J C isle yourUId lzalianspolisinds autborlzedCans dianOovernuient tgentiDowIiLuppiy you eisA CefliSct giving you reduced railway rate CM FREE TO WOMEN To provo the healing and clcnnblnz power of ImtlnaTolet Aiitt eillcvrewiU li mall a large trial packiga with book of Instructions abRolntejr free This Is j cot a tiny sample but a large package enocgh to convince anyone of Its value Women all over the country sr 3 lies done Ja local treatImenLoCfewa1a1l1cui lag all innamnuticn nnaaisonarcesiwonoe 3 a cleanslnk vaginal douche for tore throat nasal catarrh as a mouth wash and to remove tartar and whiten the teeth Send today a postal card will do Sold by druncUtior ntMMtpaIiI1 ns5 ecnik laree box katunictlanBuaraiitee1 TUT IC Colnmbm T iiontoiLies AlKrfl 1988 Stock Misccllaiicou ELECTROTYPES 1i 2 i tsrity fr isis at the ltet ptIeUbT irifZ up t3ii fli sl cisassu s i 4 s V I 2 1 0lJILOKifOVIGILLE i PER ADVANCE I Adlress nil comnninicatiohs toFTup OUTLOOK PunusVUNG Coi or 11P Joiis W IIoNAKER Owingsville Ky J rh w i THUBSDAY FJ3R 12 1003 r ANNOUNCEMENT For Circuit Court Clok I We are authorized to announce a James L Conner as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Bath county sub Ject to the notion oTf the lleraocfat I ic partyElcctionf vovember 1903 a t4 jy We nro authorized to annoiinen it tna J filarlc OB n candidate for A Circuit Court Clerk of BttIi coun p Sty subject to the aItiuflkf the 1emoerntioprtyU 1r THERE is n big tight on at Wash 4 ington Presidiqt Roosevelt nnathe antitrust Republicans are linttlu array against the chnmpiona I of tho trusts Itrfl aid that Kocke feller has been jsJBitching toU S Senators urginc that no antitrust l gielation b6 enacted whereas Kbusevelt has determined to call an tor extra sesiojinf Congrres if this 4 one fails to pass a sTitisfactory 44 nntltrust bill It ia an is pup sim her to tbnt brought on by JCosI frcciLI la Ue1 gc niivelpnd threiwiirbp lotsdoinp i i in Congrpss Injlibc Interesting 1 to ree jov tiie Dmorrots gr 1heJr rrpportunity With skillful I th could rinrnn h L Tif the KroiindlnRtfllnooiSJIG But ir Gorman is the lender and likely he if not unkindly dirposed toward tho trusts 4irI 14 CO FJESPONDENCE IJr Sprincfiold v Te small dnnghter of John UaU s IIHP pncumoni c f V Lawrence jiu1Iory ii very loii with pneumonia v r t Bizm Bros of Botliel at Gf anU CJc llisBXLida Smnthers returned f hothifrtimJLSjerIin Inndi p 4 Siiehod ieIJ1ng Mjgs Goi hin Boyd the past KatloK 41 Boyd 19 quitsiiI t4lf If2 ForgoHiTS J M More void JehoatsRChas Dawso at G Mr nnd MrBEpJiriam Thomp sons Hula eon ia with pneu ionIa I Miss Rebccca Bull of near Flora uingsburg IB Bpcrfdfng the week with Mki 4 LnuiaRlwiIngsF r J A Andorpn4lio in in Ih I titnber bual near Hazel GreIIs ependiirg a Jew days with his family hei4 t i Mrs Louttf Bftiley and cltjl lron k aa urned homo last weekt after a 4- 51j 1raI weok vietto berrc ntv fnLowounyvM y 4 Sharpsbug P uiTrown was at htfme from rbtvrjjSCTC1 days last MIsS Mary Maher of Mt SI dr lIngtca theguest1 of th fatrthy I of Johnpeters ln8trcckw Jl flotuTTftUtr Sharp returned Fri day from where he wan S ryingj th tobacjgaarket James PetOraTO e ng 1olksa nice iLtteiRncconc4J layIis I Maher it Ai W EnglisnTspent eevernl dayii 2 in Sit Sterling last week Ho Dr 4 beingXroatcd by the Osteopath 1 Wiward thcresnrnei z 2 tLe IkDrci4 iNo IbWrOlpCfIj4iW9UId grbmble t if they wore golng ta Jj g W Ben Triplett returned Thura li day from Kirksville where he in 1 OatcopathyHo 4 Stlth li locate Ben is agood boy snd feserves a Banr i1tI Upper Prickly ABh Mra Johnson btono ia very poor t 1y yt 6trPower I on the sick 15t I AIiahzatoneIssie1c IJ AIjnnzaStnnoiIndamRroba dly out on wits fencJnbt weeki4 Mine Ruth Mncklztl vieijI i lsiicjtShito CrIvkI W SOld ft BOW wit 8 t p1g s to MorganCoodpaeier for ntt 35 5f U A Lyt7er and wife visited tel 5 In Montgnmory o h om j TrIdit1ilSuHduy ytt4 Coburn and VtPUie llarnfl tot ought a eow vitIi eight pIgs ft 001 Aif o 30 4i14 MIsaesM1nno and Jercio H crr 44f 1f vielted h MIsSes Vice cnE st q tFork Saturday night and Sbn1fl Yt1d ftLStoneand wTe visited K1 Scj Ci aei dnighCr i MsrvLoD it Mt St er IIAirelatives iire t wt i Mr YW Caec1b cnIerJng forjie oro dnys witliZtarid swoilenjiiw eaudfrom h ugscime teeth ecV1Sc Sire Helen Cjarkj and dnughter 8 4Ii AIt1ey n k and Misses l rizona Bris F essnraine to were guests 8 11 CratLt Bro Ed Anderson prcnoluHVher6 StIn IaynIglit nt JuniRS Sexton and wife urotiait ing at Suit Lick to- Mrn Eph IlattPti was taken sud to denlj sick Saturd y tiranknew tit1ttMrs W E Atchiaon was visit it her sister Mra Wra Toy Lift fl- ihudIiiiie itear Iier MrIrit Nester ictl Slip bcIettvotchildren to mouth tlieir loss f Midland pity Cii Co commenced to build fi theneThe new sawyer George Stain p rr of Farmers bcyitn work here Mn arntityiJack ViIIhirns and viL roor BiekVlist j both are able t si fomo Sn o Ficklin of color bought a lot of V W Razor and is ha vine welling erected near the coal binv x Wilson Allen of Morchend and Will Waltz of Curter o paired down Sunday cachjCitli n drove of cattle for the Ojvhsvillc market leSlatoValloy Limes Snedegar bought the Ala son Vice place for 050 cash on- jnrill move to it March 1sttCuno Tim No matter where hfs jritJla cast there will no grass grow undir his fct f Vlpeople say the turnpike rpBil8w5tt odiYrflflfld theyx may hJ5iijJplixcesbut not eo with the Wyoming mad It ia in better TC pitirjintl more wnrk has been done th ebr1tnMrsIE Atchiiion returned home toVSalt Lick Saturday after uwecks vipit with relatives hero Mrs Ira Ncstcr died hero Sun ilay morning She was aged about S3 tearsw 1eekOdpsaa co ThnMiss Efflc Jonc la visiting rclnc tires here this week A mistake in last weeks items should have been 13 head if hogsinsteiMJof 13 horses Cluy Hunt sold i r8OaChns Coldiron nod brother Jcs of Oliioj nhiibrotfier Joseph owu Co are visiting friends h ercthjsiypks aMmother F T S Raturdayis very sick notable to sit up any CCJonas visited relatives InoCo aleo wnain j t week rcturnirjhneFrjdav enm InnldcI bj hiIstrjN U li Snedegar of near Hilltop k rniors Lee after an illness ofcnnietTheiiAbloto be pu again W F BrR vn C O agei here i si Ob The recent icin Lickijig ru brought aiHonionse lot of imber staves ties etc fUncle Ch1IfQItCflflCdyWhO has beeji poarly for some timeiss- ortiew wt better I rJoltnor jtfamilyA grqat number of horses cat x J and mulct from title place and ug pe counties were on the OwingSj yule market MoTidny Volney Ingram son of J M In 4fram of this placs went to ISiIor 5 Sunday where he entered Itor Kcad Normal School Mond ll1n7hr Yon Antwerp of I Vorling was here part of last theRuwapfirm be I a IargQ cI1Icr The Fartnew Telephone jSb h jro are puttinginjicw boxes ira ning to the ownersbjnot lye bj Inesg menbefi i110 best ey8temsiof hny town wiif Izatn the States p FIatoek Born to Earl 1aridand rintl rio a girl x I Corn JsdlIIng at 40 cents per J inthflcId MreEIToyjtas been very Si vi ii JiE AVilliamssold Dawflon Tapp twocnlvoe fEJ45 j E Wits a much cow44Oip kfLlinmas4 AlRtib te and famiIwiIim ve to Parlef Ky4 in the noar iTutureJ- M J Caso a faj Jiog bf FIolmaTiRicfjL6c btfo oflDawson same 0FitlevhneJames Peters tam to the fnm ho ght on the tgyingsvlilejSfMt ierIjng turnpike JaslTiIahuI3t the follcwi- rops tKT c of tntaeon thK Ilarnili op farm Henry iVafcjers at 7 and 3e4Vill Warders at jTOciBtraight bDSand 8c Will teesnt Si an5r c iliiinci RpbortsG4o John cotttt 5md ic Robetts at t antI b Thomas nt Sa ad e JoIiys at 48Jrtdr3o W lit tI F1eysij Rcrtol3 ni U Anti3L Vamp Smansatt 0 VRobefl Brisiowa atntTsc t r p sojso ii viLit MOttifly iflhTItflg ill John Cnssjty Sr has adv i tislil eell oitt rnd git to Clay SaUflL iHijhome X B Wilson line moved from the AlTiirloy form to his own hoiiib tr Iate Crook r Our sick Mrs W B iieirjlciMrs pen boit3reon re hare bud almost eprinMvyat Iff r no r for the past days huVsueSt it is only a weather ier MMrs1i ring lieternr Arir frmiliis Mrs Sallie Isabel and dnughtcrinlaw Mrsflatl Edwards e hero on n visil jocrelaiivcs be e leuvinji for Cor1t11L1t19 0 t which point tlipy have shipped their hnuteholjrj gnodp from Mt Sterling undvtretIwir husbiiiidrt ate now at v kVi jilwhero they expect to make thefr home West End S L Beck who has been drilling here TTir ti1i New Britain Co shut down foratime THE OuTiqoK man says he wants nottiing but fuctu so we give them t it hit where it rutty Dr Cecil Young line sold histj- j house anti lot to Win Daniel for 200ir Young has moved to o Sale gville The oil Poor l yalssas well on thtoi Seventeen 8 W F Young g ave us dollTirfbr Tus OCTIOOK nnd as WQ learned afterwards aneefor thelsjBjUlpnx The Liiking Valley Co is still drilling but will stoprqrk Tuea duyYQU seo they arelaying fIy otioca u might MS sh IeLowuranything tingX The fact ia no shallow j to speak shallow wells ut RaginiI will boll like thirty t rf 8t1heroem Now you people who have eoti mo upnbout not writ i Nugfarras fly opinion goes Moores Ferry John Rawlston sold Dora Shin Ut stiiorsovu PV nfLconas Baty sold JG Atchison mature mule fur 110 Theodore fhrout sold to John one 3yenrold horse for 0250 Sam Lathram bought 25 head of p ttheldElder IL C Dovfney nil preach ntHedricks the 4th Sunday Ini Egruary Iy Stove Whit6 bought 100 acres of Inud in Rowan county nd mrjd tsM4ust nearRjij tTli4oiloil men ougijeember thooItladge biFda1 lief the wormer The midweek union prayer meet ings under the nuspices of felndy members of Hedricks Chulfch W Christ are proving a grajjd sQccess sB11ngrom moved from Jess asinine counlyhere Jast week 110L will occupy James Cassitys houseIi until March 1thon ho gets poss6s sion6f William Ingrams farm in Batlfcounty We welcome Mr In gram back again s Slierburno ijjjre G il Snnderison is on tho sick list SC l rlri T B Keeds daughter Anna is cryeickwsij 31st John Stocks veil harmon of pneumonia rf Charley and Jerry Eden hisi ifatherinlnw bought 30 acres of land of Sam Vice on Two Mile in Fleming Cu lnScritt oSheJn- t j hyhdiitedThey have got stnallpox out on Big Run leuiing Co nnd Pit IWO inera Landing llv Zacji Thacker brought fVfjfniui Aberdeorjj0 JohuNVill Dauglirty and Lea Doyle have come in frorafHo Phil ippino Is tana8 where they rSve benin USaervico for lb ree jati1 SgH Perry Hedger wile nrisited their fathej near Goddnz ft daya ago t4tcturiioI to their grandfather JobsA Hedge ms near Bethel 14N Hull has sold bjs house and lotin Sherburno toMrs W H Grabara and line bought the pe Lou Wauij MrJI IB thjtiicrngof making the race for Governor of Ky jrburnsJames Hoii8csfflt 150 cash rind js going to Wabash Co tbfisb c cateh drift wood in Wabash ri ye iriifeadof in Licking riyer A certain hunter cnn bo hei- night tT d1n8Ing floynaiff w it i n hisTinok of sheep fcillingl curs a Ode leavinij fences do vf n iniy l koghad betlor watch Ut elmrre oLD HiOKony A fine bid Keni t ytsTake a Ilttlefr hytifl6iis sake W ncd for thineother infitmities FnjsaIe by S lATOutbxO wi s Olympia y M crs 2 lie i Sid Warren moved intnJhe libido Ijituly vacated byByd Clark Mrs MandaSwarts isitcd her sister in Suit Lick Wednesday J P Gopher sold n sow and t0 t tb Sam Lathrum for 35 y Grdbe1ztlvucald1l by Hurl Jack v ks KfFa Swaits visited Miss Lizzlo Johnson Sattuday nod Sun day rs Thrasher and Mrs Jnmes b were the luBts of Mrs Cul Pcnix Thursday U remember Blder Dnwscns app visointnight Sunday and Sunday night Miss Lizzie Wnrrcii was the guest of friends nnd relatives oil Hoes Run front Tuesday fSSatUr day Miss Fannio Barber returned to her home at Howards Mill Wed nesday after a visit to Mrs D R Clark p Mr and Mra Burrell Jackson Mr und Mrs Sid Warren vftited the family of Jim Will Jackson at Knob Lick Sunday I yo1i5scand Emma CostiganVof Flat Creek TTore the guests of Mrs Kate Cos tigan Otto nay lust weekMDied Sunday night of pnMU imonit Jphnnv tile lyoarUlion frWiu Kintraid and wife at ti P heiuortil rs Sofa PBIInUI is biiricd at the Williamson gray 0Trj otitl0y The parents have the mpaithy of their friends of is commjunlty Licking Lhiion Joe uTpues ve7nt irsIs IWhttlnesdnyJames Henderson went home to Washington Pa last TueEdrfy T C RaBlnndVqritinunB poorly feTluSundny8choijl is progreas- f ing iiicSiy undur ho finanagjmenl of A T liaut The Cofthge Prayer Meeting Is n cce5 and iwell attended under o management of M P Williams1 Oscar WjlUsnn drilled in yell o 3 on the Licking Union CjIjtVch ground TJiuredayNfor lip Flat RoclibliCo reports n paving jIti2ntttjz Troy Joritujigs and JCtfVel Armrong bought A7J nes r2400o Mrlonea going to iraoveil farm it forherfci V r The friends un the West that are subscribers to tun OUTLOOK bitt the Licking Uplbn correspondent for not Bonding in more news itO not to blauio or it I 6enditemj according to paee it tikes tim n nd epace tojvo ull thc nwi- sflcId j earl fWanks ctiLiog vntl the tL- in i tifiItI I25trOIdCiIlplaying ptift the tit block just as thtJ bty made the stroke which cut the iw tirlts hand ofT above the A TM r1nrd tre i iSdoing ir f Bethol Mrs Ailie Robfrtfnn labeulferin all week with n vaccinttti ed hiai MrsSfea Gregory and U9Jcj tcc ane stt Saturday iq MjS ngVireIativei Mzsva Homey Irs Ed Roid liftlfiUHo Snelling andMr9DS Truinbo tire nil on the lick list Frank IT rsdnlond move the firM of Ma fch In tt e flat Creel o o Farn of Vice f John White and wife ofMir spent several days lTt eek with their aunt Nrs CarriS Arrastnith Miss Kittio Lane of near Ow ingavillc is the guest of her a tintiMrs Ed Gctry anti other r t IC8J1UO Jkins hougtofiiterT1 on 800 flQOO coeb PO5SCSI 310fl von the first of March grandIVT ne 1ayakwith his brother DS Trumbo Delayed Mrs Ed Gregory several days in ljng wjihTlfer m other Mrs Susan La no 4 i ft york on botlj bliurchsa has be unnd wo to have our worshipbttfe4 1 51 iieZs Susan J tjd Lida Mae Butts spent met weekiUjJich olas Co with Miss Edna j 4T Mrs MuckvCUne wlxo has heen confined to her bid fora year is opordlMiss Margaret Bolts ast week with tier aged grnnunfifther near priwgiQfil who is confined to i her bed with her broken hip idyDied nt his homo near Betl otypbtkidpneurnonhii- W24th 11jtq year Eddio RatlilT st of Mrs Annie Rptliff HotkjlyQST Ito nid two children ieii fT d about six weokscUQwas high etoored and belayed Iita1ls ho n Itim Argiend ticl rehitivi the mnins t9 LongvreiJemeco wJiere he was laid to ret beside 4iieJ JXWlK R9jtrr Spates v Oatlppk JobWork is iiest r jcrrooicsi v ail Iiirtim wis hioro ji buM Saturday I5t rn Fib4ih to Loss WiUiaiu anti wifui a con Peter Hart sold 14 shoals to Sid Hart tit5e average 12011 i Willie Johnson soItr Sid Hui shoots at 5c avertih Ibs lovcc Thomapj of EwiujrtiMf g ieti hero this wtek- v Miss Stella l ifrlhiris is viciung Miss Vcrtrier MuTfernnn uttttp sto neSH M Turley and wife of Mt Sterling visited thuir con J D Turley l stweeklTt Misses Corn and JaIidZGjbisi- Amyand Thomas ofInrnir are ititig relatives hero t M ics Rosa Pergrata will begin a subscription tchooi h we Monday morning anti will teach a 3 months school if she gets pupils enough Tho tilt flrijlork went thirteen IiV fir lwhitgtiirdmoved to J T ShackelfordB Sirtu Died of consunipTion Fen 1th Jo JS3UhlfitigItl 21 year lie leaves a wifoKiitllwio ninH child ren oilier ailtItLIntIter and several brothers anti sisters he being the ungest child son of Jim nnd Stull re listthy of the entire cotnib funy the Lord in his inrniiterinercy ut jo laileTIs hard to bre tjlie t nder cord titlttMust we forever part DearrBt lovod nun wdhave laid thce in the peaceful gravesenibrace But thy memory will be cherished Till wo see thy heavenly face isKnobgerunrymsibo borrowing G F Green sold a fat heiferdea Snit Lick butcher at Willie Williams was surveying r the company lost weekUtThere was n play at Ed SwaViJauns FridavjualjKvx jhi c thrqi iierc adt Mrs JoI1n Ynkroughs FridayS Ms Louis Bohinnnotisijupr iu oiuo Dr Clark is attending on her v TflSome cattle rnulos nail horses assftd hero for the VWiusville arke Miss Iva Otikleyarul MrsEwi U- notinC U id IitrdR5chard Cos ti 1an9 3Tho oil VvcH JTJior ncnrPolksvllle hie not developed very mXiuh oil yet theta ie nooSJuly tobeiauelu V Ti VcitjB n dunce atoldwi7tti Chi Friday night nndJ utx riilh1nuUn4 alter it tirt k4up viv V iiir Maze struck afilford Cox id Vfitli ircliiti producing ru Uy for a vvhMe Hu Is e i iar Qoy rtjiglirly cut Miu n ukifrre trouble ie un brer rlT It vtcinj there vnrl tbW15 stmo nrt iatrnt1n My ndvico is ho Cliii is t tJI y ternfv doAtlt- her iI1nngs i eeli tii nto ii te dry ti9Ths shovii it JTIU cyild trot yet nn oil innn to t lk Sofwo might doweljtpbe an old hat at flood tide lead on 2gSaltlIJn rS fiffjn Feb 3d to Ben Maso tad tTe a sun Win ia bi4he S l ist the past week i Co North has been quite sick at his homo 011 Mud Lick Robert Cocbram left Febi for Texas on a dwel ngo1ro forMrs Kautz FdWths Eyprt Caldwell returned to hi 1k11 hiss Minnie Ballard of M t Sterling is visiting her mother Mrs Jclfn Thompson lrsv DrMrtifltgqrIisio s tic L I Rbbbins at tho Hospital f Jos Vices little daughter 1 who was so badly burned some time ago is able to walkroundV rHViCIarenjaev of ty brohinIw of 4iderLlbor t Dawson is visiting the latter r Mrs Cabo RullilF and charming daughtor Miss Valterl MnQ wero visitors in our town last weeks Well them ajgtotJirpo weddings to repor thiu doing wejl for one week our toworis moving and n o mistake MrslWill Kautz und little ditiigh tL4ucie have returned home hozii n voTypIeasant visit to her siator n Lexingtonr David Myers formerly oftbis g gjLdd1ng8 farm west of town F for coming yearor Woaro glad iiirQrour siJter town Of FarmersJfirona hnnm Tint w Hen it comes to1gtuIno boonvIn the matrimonial market Lifikgoeivvaif ahead itffB8 3ST lot tin theatlroadtbetwcen nil I 1 fjhbiiBQB store price 1000 erect a largo hotelth1 Somo mora ptivcmeijts bein- t e the resiieirrs bI Piko street ceri themselves jSndJ it iV 744 r I 24J y v F lIE MWff4pr- is A Or for the heirs of the late F M we VV braillonTHURSDAY FEBRUARY 281903- At the tobacco barn on therpwingsyille and Mt Ster of iirigKyof andnjest bidder the following desirable farming nds tqgvyit i ul The Hamilton Farm of about 364 acres situated pn the east side t ifwI o OwIpgS1iio tUtU MI Sterling turnprbd nbout3tmiio fm tObIC t Sterling Kytighe seine ianc1yghtby FMvinj d estoc uttlf fh A ji fine bit tctgrass and 30 acres Jirmeadow two large tibacco barnp gp t nanf11nttes Fairbahke ecalea norerfttUing water ice houee yW cirehardctc No better farm can be fourtd in the This farm iswithiiToiiehalf mile of Ewingt6n Station on theCJS t R Rid U5rheside of tho Owingsville and MtT turling turnpike roadztbpiiZ S mucm StCfHngKyjbeing the same farm bothiLb F ine eteJ rota ThonaI1GrtBtts All of ibis farm 10 ears flttLltic graes Practipally every acre of ill Inn ii ii ittiViJ1atered andhas been protdas veIl as t4ry far- T lt BThrcrars ittis aria has a good tertttt1Iotee cistern 510 j barriorcljnrd and other outbuildings and is An h US filaiUiuraIJe w tIThee Owingarillc nn l 51t Steriidg Turhpike road nnd about 5 ruth c H om MtSvirlinj Kj being the Duffle load bougliftiy F MEir jj eceieil for ilra llawea Lane entire farm isin bluejftalf an clover Tho re nru two tejnint hou6es u good orchard ofelrlasting water supyly It onU S MniM X4 Delivery route tabd within 2 miles fft Ewinginn Sfation is Tjtosilnrper farm on thowntera of Harper Creek adjoifling the Ininds ti 0 8 J Drfl Drake W T Fitinatriatfri t it ititI1acres of tliis veryoxceifent farm is inlue gross It has ago odhot e a goodslock barn with nn everlasting jater sivppJyl c V- TlidtlywarVs n Slil pike farm coniu nboiu 115 nere lying Qapt h otljdos of tha ill Sjerling anc HowardV Jlii iuruike road ahj fS kiuj4Jesriirn Mt Ster1iIigKyZi5l1Ifflg the lIL iUttis Ii Ft M Grttviood thItiaCe RlLlodunL hrin1t Ut l liiJfurtfl Is down III biuur tst4i4t smaTi toturt itue itjc 11 Stfckjiarn with an cvi rn thig fcupply of water tr abuvu ntrnett farraing laidi tre undtr ffI r flFIay t Femy 2ijiIO n tht prentiers aa snj to tbcbtetinnd i h iiderthc FOItOb 11LLj UMLoitiiitPo tt tuiI sr- ZWaterdeli x MUL property ttigot td1yitabiie and t Ue road about 3 miles rurthieat oh OttighIw iy 1 jdtitIe bli k iroihng it1t1CV1tIi tIirtO liireht Attil- tu tiiok barn carrae iiiitt crib istt htr oittiUdii ji 6 tiUf Hii uefcrt lHiiAveli watered by SioIiii A IttO acres oT this firm is ia binerrio njSlateVtSDSS yrERTrSAll of said proper irtitIi t i ivtfoutit ibejdg tp segijr their payment and to be evidenced byiveKotiablo notesge O per cent interest frithj duta Bui t beuriaers mi3pioll itjjmu pay soul uqtertfYan time by- a37itlg t p thterItLic time orui pients Thin srl iltiamile subject tofllv nd the purclrie vilI- ivenpnssesion t upon cOmlying the ternij k on MAR et4rhiehurcl1scrsvihl be reqIred taxes on ap4S for iha year 190- 3Foinformajt dacmipIinn cali on orrosq tho tidejfcigncd a LFSTEIL1ING il1t8hovfLOYer lands at any time mZ Salewnr begin each day at mVcIpcIt a m- uk ROB 0 P1ThecAgents M wings i tfi upofthe tow- VT1mud is iitdui on the pikt ffMarriedFeb 4th Claude Kar rick to Mia81hIo Va of theibrid brbtbcrfi T Alsotfn same dttkIjIy same tinister RoyVIcqunited lii to IisslT4cCarty at tbjeJresidenceof the brides father All otthesa Eo k wn y u g p oIe ot our town ani 5to eaci o- rhwot extend our cnngratuh ti wishing that the longer they l tho4hppIer they may be ned Fob2tat w 14 P airrrauIQDfl- ifton Tr41se guerito Ccch ni tte the erewony the hap pyDuple left fit short visit U Le pgton returning to Ragland w prosperousTy sekeop1ng lind residence 19he bride is thc unndsome daiight5rof Mrs Louise Cochran oHYnle formerly of Mtj S 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