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Bristow for 125 nnd and one to I Tom McCarty for 55 1t r Onhh Gillons new dwelling house on Main street is of i J Lit is i pretty little bouseIII iThe meeting day at Corinth Church has been changed from the third to the fourth Sunday I z t Carload barbed and smooth wire q just received prices low and guar 1 anteed E L A T BVUOK WE MCBT HAVE OUR MONT SO i phase call and settle S SLEEBKU Those indebted to Palmer k a l Coons please call and settle 304t OScAR PALMER I If you want an auctioneer I am up your nun terms reafionable M D FARISclfor i V Elder H A McDonald nf Cadiz SKy preached ntthe Christian ChurchJSundny morning nnd night k Mnndny WHS the worst day of thi- I winter Some who went to Mt Starling nearly froze coming home Mt inthoecninghi iI1jt A couple of foreign gpntlemen a blllle RorIa 1roYn tJmlr ho d fc he wnBntJcreatcil a diversion in town Saturday t 1k W HRouttof naorj t Pieae J t Ant Church will havo n sale of liver on Rondc etc onptocg F b21st Secliill er iir 74ThtIrwdA ndFr I wre sprmc rIILk diw J Jl tlf Ihsto SIIij t kc 1IgjoypIIIJlnlllhenld itl ohAr2 I rained cold raiJ I A landslide on the high narrow riV f Ion th i8tepstone pike has tnad travel difficult on avery dangerouij TJieco of public highway John Casslty near Stppstnne I will havo n public Pale of his live took bouiehold goods etc Tues day Fob 24th See bills 0 JMiPoyntzsdaughterMSas Eitelle of Richmond Ky and Dr LFrankReynclde of LMt Sterling ar fto betnarricdFeb2Ub vThe Democratic County Com miUee has called a primary forK j hto nominate a candidate torCrcultCIerkofBathcounty i Oarload of Birdsell wagons all- sizes every one guaranteed prices the lowestr ELh A TJYBOK I d d 7 v SLLOn Saturday Feb 21et I 4 ecU on the the home P vwmfurntturooftbelateM9A1ha r I ayton1ntbetownofOwthgeTille 1f Slctat2pD rent aBdl6tt Jons CnAHDiER Admr 3 BcaaiKS AMD FCBSITORB T S Shrout starts in the new yearwltb j ji and complete stock of iug- v all kinds to t lieaand furniture of etiit new beginners in housekeep i lag Call and gee him Cash or credit i 1 L FBBfral Furnishings Prompt i t quip entsl modern services aile dealer In DrstclaBB furniture 1S fall 4escrjplion8lCaU and see bforepurchaBthg elsewherez DFARIS KyM JL HESS Funeral Director EMbaimer Foa SMEA full sot of bicycle iJdgunto lBtconsistingof foot 5i wl the forge all kinds of tLa11 tools all kinds of bicycle and l sI gua also 3 bicycles and INo otheIr breechloading guns shop in town J A POWER Owingsyille Ky I r J MBS GEORGE N4 CARPENTERS DEATH Mrs Gcorge M Carpenter died after along illneBS of tumors of the st mach Sunday afternoon at her home on upporSlnte Creek and was buried near the home Deceased was a daughter of Michael CArponter Srdecennsd anda stater of Newton J Win field and Mike Carpenter She was aged about 67 yenrsShe Vas a good wimian4 highly esteemed She had been a member of the Christian Church for fortyodd years She and her husband hl no child rein The Borrowing rel III iivesniave much syuipathy in jV rvel en t jtfi Iti F ft t qio t f i 0if OitV f i t PERSONAL CIISIllHIIIPrank T Jones remains ill of his to aliment Rev L K Mann of Morehead was here Sunday 21rJohn Gillon has been somewhat tho past week j F Rogers of Mt Sterling was hero last week on business Mrs Matilda Fielders is about well 1 her attack of pneumonia 11 J Wallace llarnes was quito sick week but is better how l Mrs D N Young and Mrs Minot t Davis wont to Lexington Thursday Arthur Byron returned M iday uf rfrom a business trito Ashland Town Marshal Hascom Sharp o Shnrpsburg was hero Friday on bus iness log Mrs J II Tnulbfie retnrnedThnrs tram a visit to relatives in Mt rllns Mrs DS Estill will leave Saturday to attend tho millinery openings Cincinnati Warren Stewart of Odessa is goIf West shortly to look out a local for a home Mrs U A Gorrcll and grandson Goodpaster of Salt Link were ftown8nturdayT George A Peed ware In Louisville on the tobacc break last wcokItMrs Harry KeeseneoOlgaMoora j Mt Sterling has been critically the past weekyMrs J M Brother went tp Roth tilIJrsMiss Alice Caldwell of Sharps burg was a guest of Mills Walter Mae Ratlin last weekStMiss Annie Sheehan wont to Salt Lick last week to spend sonic time with Miss Ltlllo Burneszc IyFlltMrs John Glllon Friday it Miss Sallle Paris returned homo INfnaEmil rotors of Georgetown camea1 Saturday to visit his outs Maud Mrs T J Peters Miss Mary Burbritfge went to Cin Monday altrnoon to lIrepare the millinery trimming season Presiding Elder E G B Mann of he Maysvllle Will tho guest of Mr and- Ers p M D Fans Saturday and Sun Jay Visiting attorneys at Circuit Court areC W Nesbltt Henry Prcwltt Sterling Win A Young More to Claude Cpyle has returned from Lexinirton whore ho wont hi i consult It oculist ills eyes aro much imteproved Mrs Wm Atchlson went to Rich mond Friday visit hfrdau hler MtssLottlo who Is attending MndlsI Female InstitutelJRobert T Gault came up from Frankfort Sunday to visit his moth Mrs Melissa Gault returning home Monduy afternoon T JI 11lIIdltY from a protracted visit to Ji t8 Mr and Mrs JC Rich jix urdsuii BcbertsvHle N C Mark Ulery nnd sons George and Clarence of Sherman Ill nrrlve Thursdayafternoon on a visit of two greeks to relatives In the county Mrs Harvey Carpenter daughter CICreektion of diseases and not expected to tc survive The following attended Court nt Lathiratn1Iletcher cartWin Warner Jell L Atchison Dr QW Conner The followlngnttended theJeffrles Fitzslmmons boxing contest ntMt Sterling last Thursday cighitJp S I Shrout Duke Hampton if DfarIs- J M Ross Dr BCornehlson Horace W Lane Conner Ewing ShermanGood paster Clark Bascom Brutus Kaah GudgellJrGano Gault Torn Daugherty Mlt Jones j John K Joneseon Samuel ant John Lyons daughter MisaEmma- all of the Forge Hill neighborhood eloped toVUaysville Monday to get married d At the sale of the Johnston A Young farm on Flat Creek Thursday it was bid up to 2495 83 per acre but ap a private offer of f2500 had been made jt was taken downPARALTZEDA tdispatch was received Friday evening by BonI Daniel Harper that his son Mor paralyzodMtwith him lYoungmorried couples Just start will make e mistake if they dont see BtotherI buyTheyer than anybody Heavy rains Saturd and Sqiii day made high wntersVOb Sun day night the temperature went below freezing and on Monday morn- Ing considerable sleet covered all outdoors with a littlo snow S Quarterly meeting of the Meth odiat Church was held hero Satur dl y and Sunday by Presiding Eld er E U B Mann of Maysville ow ing to the church house at Olympia not being prepared for the occasion BEAUTIFUL SUNSETThuredaya- stInet was brilliant in the extreme The sky was cloudless but from the horizon up there was a gradation of colors of crimson yellow green and purple to the leaden blue of the upper sky the wholo makingagocgeously beautiful die play torn twilight scene t I l r The City Council wont let me sellmy goods nt auction but they keep me from selling cheaper any house in town Coma in see for yourself the MRS D S ESTILL Fon SAtu IMnning and grist RI25horfilcomparatively new will sell all or 11GJohn M Fanning of Jessamine ounty has bought 120 acres otn homas F Razors farm near IIcsI Mill including the house and 7 crtS of ground on the other side ofW he road for 3800 and will move 1Htabout March 1stEIThe NEW PUBLIC WELLlh now county well in the jCourthoitse yard was equipped a new Wm pump last week nnci hknovrafTord its quota or drl I kl water fey There are now four public wells Ij including the drilled No COMIC VALENTINEBSatur- day St Valentinos day passed without incident worthy of note any one was indignant at the receipt of an exasperating comic valentine the fact was carefully kept from public knowledge vise BACK HOME Emmet FratmaA wasdiiuharg from the hospital at art our th1smallpox theday night accotapanied by Mrs Fratrann and baby daughter Al yeenXEwmet lookl like lie had received a full charge of shot inl face DEEP SNOW Monday was a blustery day with a steady fall of from about 8 oclock in the The morning until towards midnight The temperature went down to nt night making it bitter cold On Tuesday tho snow was the deep in places Probably was a foot deep on the level for StIBarnes the famous evangeliltpr Tuesday to an night a weeks meeting at the Courthouse He preached at Mt Mr Sterling the previoua week and at Winchester before that He fays hue eomethiug of supreme iroye ortance to communicate to all up thtimeREVGUAT ASSIGNED IlRun AGAIN cial The Presbyterian Synod refuted vice permit Rev W B Gray to achi cept the call to the church at Ein lice inence Ky but ordered him back tho church here and nt Spring fildDnd his congregation here ig rejoicing accordingly for tiiyIiia uvbhim up with the utmost reIn and he bad accepted the call to Eminence only because it offered him a wider field forJjla I activity t FISCAL COUIIT The Fiscal Court the ropent ECHh1t appropriarrll0 tli1wflofm- ild B tover aqd provThcluck to and bell for the earna at the front entrance of the CourthouseC It is also ordered that the Court house hereafter bo not used for wtCOf1sontis secured I1- Tile County Attorney was dirlj cted to institute proceedings to liave the Owlng9vi1l k Wyoming Jhe Salt Lick 4 White Sulphur the mpbcl1 de Robbins telephone cGmpl niea bear jointly the expcnlep Jtconneetingtbe County office with the lines of said con panics MT STERLING CouRTThero was big crowd at Mt Sterling Mon f- dlYGov Beckham and four oth politicians from elsewhere made ipeoohee There were about 1000 cattlo on the market five carloads of 2yearold cattle from Cincinnati were offered Prices were about ISo per hundred lower than on last Court day The best cattle sold at 425 to 450 best beifersatI350 Lathram de twentyevenyeullngsat 425h Tbevmule and horse market was brisk and prices high William at Warner sold a pair of mules for 320 J M J L Atchison cold a pair of mules for 320 and bought two pair selling one for Dawson Tapp sold some Dr G W Conner bought at 225 per pair and sold one mule for 135 CIRcuITCouBrCircui Court convened about 1 oclock p m Mondy Judge John E Cooper presiding Tha grand Jury was du1yinltructedtTh grand jury is composed of W W Clark Foreman R C Goodpaster Riley Chandler Daniel Palmer S B Hawkins Ben F Shrout Fielder Horseman Leslie Hendrix Wm Sharp Nathaniel Markland Richard Fejguson D S Nixon The petit jury is composed of David Bailey J D J Power Ja cob lloyd Fletcher Crouch A G Sprntt Z T Crnin W T Dona hew John T Ginter Ben M Ar nold John A Tincher L C Gud gell James Crockett W W Power Lile Hart W T Warner W B Cudgel Geo Tribou Ed Myers Gits Mann Oscar B Brother Rich ard Johnson James H Power W B Power Albert Shrout No important cases had been tried up to Tuesday afternoon The first number of The Weekly Messenger npPoaredlast week It t was very newsy and interesting indeed +4 tt ti a f LIi4 t H E tT4 J x 05I z UJI ssg McCLAiNIlART Mr John lc1 Clamof Mt Sterling and Miss Mamie Hart were united in matrimony on Fob 12th at 230 p m at homo of the brides mother Mrs Maggie Hart on Flat Creek Elder B F Parker performing tho marriage ceremony The attend were Mr Uolman Rice and Leona Hart Among tho many friends invited wero Elder F Parker and wife Mrp Willie Leo Steele and wife Clifford MoCInin and wife Charley Myers wife Alfred Steele and Robortton nnd wile of wifcG field The young ladies present Misses Mary Steele Alice Carter Addle and Fentoh Picratt Manley and Della Gilbert young mon wore L F Parker James Steele J B McKinnevan Arnold Edvarard Sinoot Roberts Walter RatlifT En Cannon Walter Allen R ManM and Ned Roberts A grand upper was served after tho wed ding and all had a nice timeC- ONTRIBUTED HUBERT VREBLAND FOR JComiis StONER OF AQRICULTURE As thousandsof readers know Farmers Home Journal does theIoften express its preferences its friends and patrons in con tests for political offices but there times when wo deem it to be in special province to speak a plain word where the interests of farming classes of Kentucky ro specially concerned and in this connection we desire to express our heartiest indorsement of the can didacy of Mr Hubert Vreeland of Jefferson countyfor the Democratic nomination for Commissiouerj of Agriculture Labor and Statistics State Primary will bo bold on May 9th in every county in Ken tuoky and every Democrat will doubtless feel it his duty to go to polls and there express his preferences in the various contests State offices As for tho other ofHoo tile Farmers Home has no preferences to ex belIeving that it should have eye only to that which is of direct internet to the farming Classes Vrceland was formerly a rep reaentative of tho Partner Home Journal and for the past three has been the Avsietnnt Corn H missioner of Agriculture receiving P appointment from Commission B I B Nail on account of hiope fitness for the duties His ser as assistant has familiarized with all the duties of the of and in fact line given him a know Icc1 of tho conduct of its affair tha now man could not acquire j til after a year or two of mm ttd expired Mr Vree has si4 ililJ life been a stead fast Dew crat always supporting Letivehytfs regular noreiuee of He has already received he tnatiand oCir hciICy nd it affords n1 re ileauro Ije able to recommend our rers and friends such an eminontlv 1ualilledand estimable candidate as Mr Vreflaud Webl fc him because we know- shim We apeak for him because know the requirements of the which ho seeks Farmers Journal ICORRESPONDENCE Contiuued from fourth SSaltChas Durham came in from Friday Mrs Jas Manlpy moved back to V Owingsville laat week J C McNeal visited at Kilgora and Sunday Sam D Jones wont to Normal Ky Sunday ortbusinellcHenry McNetl of Grafton W n Va was in town last week Morlay Adams and wife are vie ting in Huntlbgtbn W Vs Pomp Dawson and wife of Mar Ran are visiting relatives Revs Neal and Wade preached the Christian Church one night the past week MrsEmory Caldwoll and sister MilS Edith were in Mt Sterling shopping Thursday- A a Mr WIlliams of Grange City bat moved into one of the Craig cottages on Main street Miss Minnie Kerr of Owings vine was the guest of Miss Emmi Maupin a few days last week J Work is progressing rapidly on Standard Oil Cos building under the direction of B FWmlI Hits Annie Sheehan of Owinge ville is spending the week with Miss Lillian Barnos west of townI Jessie Cook of Charleston IIiIis here visiting his brother Chas Cook tbo popular clerk at W J Fells Mrs Lawrence White of Mt Sterling is visiting her husband here Mr White is bookkeeper for W J Fell Four dwelling houses in course of erection in town and still the demand for houses is greater than supplyDr daughters Misses Nora and Pearl who are attending school in Morehead visited their parents Friday and Saturday Prvs Jackson US Marshal ruded the moonshiners again this andi4 4 I l THE RACKET STORE ONE PRICE THE LOWEST PRICE We receive newgoods every few days from our New York buyer And at PRICES THAT ARE ASTONISHING We present each week a few of our amazing prices that accurately represent the values in every article in our extensive stock MY PRICES ON SHOES BEFORE BUYING Cont Hangers 40I Halters 17 10 Pine Buckets lid Fiber 25c upUOYlBanjos 450 ea 175 Suite US up licFlooringCups and Saucers set 25c Brush yd4c CASH PAID FOR EGGS W HEFLIN FShoe Stand AT COST I have concluded to add a complete line Dry and Notions my stock Clothing Shoesand Mens Goods to make for spring purchasesj and avoid carrying over winter goods will continue selling all goods in stock at cost til stock is sufficiently reduced forget and go elsewhere and pay the usual profit when you can save at least by going GILLONS OWINGSVILLE O Library Holing Ticket This entitles holder to TEN VOTES that can any institution competing Library when properly filled signed and or to this oillce Name Institution Name Voter THE OUTLOOK Owingsville Ky r Or At this writing Miss Pearl SiaI son is reported much worse She been sick several months and was to be improving nicely for awhileIIIt Ms W Nothwj ef honltii I low sn i nI Mrs Js UorfcLiuaus on Prielily Ash to jend n few days T C Kagland and wife up housekeeping and HId remove to Winchester to reside as oon as Mr Raglands health will permit are sorry to lose such good people from our neighbor hoodSMrs Minnie Tlobbinsi will leatai or the city in a few 4eks to B- Olect spring tock ofnillinery will be accompanied Ny Miss MlnnllcummiD who toes to poet I up on tile leading styles trim for Mrs Robbins this season Plenty of rain and Is risingrapidly Get W of Win here on busi ellliJ U Green and n8oottt made a business trip downLiokingI river last week Mrs Mary Gibbi of Preston was guest of daughter Mrs A C Blevini last week Miss Emma daughter Mrs A C Blevins visited rela tives at Preston IntweekI JWCraig drayman was in Owl Saturday delivering load of furniture Geo Thomp son of color Born to thejwlfo of C Cloy eft Saturday 14th inst a 14lb boy Mother and boy doing nicely i father all smiles The youngsters enjoyad them selves a late hour Saturday ev ening at a candypulling given and MM Lee Craycraft in the out end MM Dr F M Carter and Miss Eliza Hale visited relatives and friends in Bath and Montgomery counties last week returning home Saturday Mrs Ellen Hagcrman and little Mabel Myers of Midland and lit tIe Beulah Alfroy of Raglan guests of Ji M Teal and fam ily Thursday nnd Friday A A Leuhrmann W C Adelph Leuhrmann Clss Mynhoir C G Clayton and others attended JeffreysFitzsimmons boxing match at Mt Sterling laat Thursday night Asa Traylor while working in large will of River Lumber Co hers one day last week struck a slab saw withhisarmcut tiog an ugly gash though no fatal results are anticI- pated t J L VIr Plates set 30c Dress Shields pr 9 5c Scrim for Curtain yd 54c Check White goods yd 4r edgo Binding Madras yd 15 12 lOc Lace yd 10 5 2 Ic 2gal Tin Bucket T S Shrouts Old of Goods to of In order room to I un Dont this 25 to KY coupon the be cast for for the beautiful out delivered mailed of of hai m We her andwIli Farmers Liokiag Clayton near the her Thomas ot the ogavills for W till were Messrs Glover tho the the Licking painful 5 13c fIT1 Z o Im CJ 1 t1Maurice the infant child of Mr and Mrs C G Clayton while play ing with a oneinch iron screw ac cidently swallowed saroo Though in his throat for a few se- e11t jwaftd into the stomach aye rlumted enAr tcere wife of Mt SttrK we view hg the new quarry of The R van County Freestone Co hero one last week They it is said Ij move hero in the spring temporarily as the former IP largely counseled with tho above enter prise Uncle Charlie Kennedy who has been confined to his room most of the time for several weeks with rheumatism and kidney trouble is reported to be very ill ills people are very much alarmed over tajs bilwill soon come for the betterIWm Alexander has under con struction a gasoline boat here which when completed will ply be- tWeen hero and ifalyeraville The boat is 17 feet wide and 72 feet long the hull and bow of same bs shaped sOas to make haa asygoer The engine is 22horse power weighing 6000 lbs and ar d last week It will be placed on the boat this week The boat has a stern wheel with screw climb era on the bottom which will aid very much when going over shoals On low water Tbo boat will be completed within two woks aad it being the first gasoline boat on this river it is generally believed that it will Mke a success BEGINNING EJIZLTEthelaged 10 Mamma wbere is your com plosion powder Mamma What do you want with it dear Ethel Im going on hunting tripMamma Why that Isnt the kind that hunters ute Ethel But its the kind that women use when they hunt hue bands isnt itChioago News So you had a successful bunting trip Eminently successful Wedidht bring back any game but nobody was shot by any of the other mem bera of the party The evidence shows said the Magistrate that this woman threw- a brickat the complainant her husband Not so fast interrupted coun eel for the defense The appear ance of the man is evidence that the brick bit him which proves that she roust have thrown it at somebody elsoPhuiad e p h ia Press W S GUDGELL ATTYATLAW FOillCD with B Qudgeli Son Court St OWINGSVILLE KY t ri p 1 SADDLES A HARNESS Why buy a shoddy socnlled handmade or machhieniade Saddle or Harness when you can get strictly firstclass goods iinndo right here nt home and made out of the best oaktunned j4loather and by men that only make firstclass work Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLE 4 Is the easiest and easiestriding null mostdurnble saddle made If you try one set of our handmade buggy harness you will always use them I linvo the best line of saddlery gooda in this part of tho State lam Yours for best saddles and harness EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVJLLE KY ri SAME Pu ATCHISON DRUCQ3ST INEWIIISKIES WINESTOBACCO GIGflRS SG BUY GREENSBALSHOES FOR liEN WOriEIS and CHILDREN MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY IT S A WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED SOLSI1bestwearing leather in the world snlebyOscar Chandler Kentucky s= nn New Store Neto GOOdemJ LADIES I have just received thelatest uptodate ii of Shoes made See them and save money Ladies Vici Patent Leather Shoes 2 Ladies Ixtensionsole Shoeseethem 195 Ladies regular Si Shoes for 780 Ladies Extensionsole hattedkid Old Ladies Regular 125 Shoes for 8sc f liens regular 125 Shoe for 89C Patent Leather Shoes Of All KindsrN Try me on Clothing Same goods forTS money than can be bought anywhere 500 Suits for 290 600 390 800u 500- I250t15Suits9 5O Mens Fancy Sox3c- LadiesFancyliose 70 Mens Fancy Shirts 24c Calicos 3J2 4 and sc 5ck ice VhitepCrcal 10 141 flens Gloves 4C Ladies Skirts 65 80 Suitcases 145 180 2niece suits iiO F J3I1 Oscar Pbreakfastho rang the bell B Mrs Perkin be said when the landlady appeared what htbe meaning of this7 Why 1ibreAkoj fast not ready Wen siV repHadJHrs Perkips 1 got a nice bit of fish for you on but Im sorry toysirttil cnt Confound the cat Thin let me have the cold chjcksn1 b- hI regret to iayoiir the cot Well tben some eggs c There are no eggs sir The cat Hang ha1l Then took the eat and well have iiall stance p SG LEGHORNS I- Aa good as careful breeding duce size and vigor II few flue cocke erels for sale SI each egca 50 cents per 15 at home 817 A Tt Davis HHlsboro Ky CHIGHESTERS ENGLfSN PILLS J- f a coi- o l 8I1b Uaf4 Always raltabla tc4JIoj uk BrutCHICHEkTKKU EPUJIIBH to aM Gold meullla bain cuUed with blu ribbon Vitbe BO other RflzsdangeruusLLbIU tctlaiuiutdlmllaUBB Buy Ie 7011rVruqat or und 4 In lumm fat Parlloulam Tcti- moulai3and llcll f for LndiiMZUtruy return Mall lOOU9Tc lironiUj Sold byIall Druggist OHIOHB3TB3 CHEUIOAL GO 2100 MadUoa Sqasuv Pllm LA HuLl hIWu C O RAILWAY fDnllyexcept Hunttny AU other daily Trntn aanil24C6roDlntnR car leryln Meals alacaVte TIMKCAliD EyFKCTIVK JULYST 1002 TIME OVTHAINS JIT iVcKBTOXBTAT- IXASTabuKp NoIiS zSnM NotlrNe24 Jr 4 pr10 pn WRSTnoCYD Zofl Mf Tv CIUan lo Iir 311 pm Kio 3tl13iv in 4 pS rfTt Owingsville 1 topShoei35 BROWN qTabItsCombs 4t024C1 Baby Ribbon4cyiG- irdles 580 Towds 45l2C Table Covers3o6oc aingham4 5 6c- CraSh s 7gcyd Duck 8oc French Qlnghams 9 ttfVi n rlittc Jfci as 4 f9hitdrens sUits5S GASH PAH lEGQSiI Chandler PENNYROYAL One t1 9 above Jf- Postoffice m UBLICNOT JQizi- h County F1csl Cittt ipecid 1 Term Dee 28th 1902 It is ordcre fbylhoFiBcal Court Bath uurtty that the Ju this Court and llthcoun notice that all persons e anyof the turnpike r YJiIIIBath county hilhRrKw said countywill 1tcIl prosecuteil as the law probibftyi rinjr suon XflFenee i direetAnikrc- ot niIllIonerso tl tfroRifdlftr ifare to report all crfeuces of the iC kind in their respectfvjjdislrlcta ti he County rne1whllsbril1 rocure witrrants fr nffth e and prosecuteelt tndeoas the J directs t J It is furthIetorderdthataILlaad- olders owning or In any way go Ufi land lying and ttdjnceBtto t any of tho turnpike roads ownedx by Bath county must within 1jmonths from tbehtiday at Jajnary 1903 remove or cause to iliireraoverl all fencing wherein sasB t j iaencroaha ent upon the unuj of way of said turnpike roads ex fccpt where the same has been erect Jed consent of guverntng author ty previous to the i wnernbipxKy SS Bath county Amid all ptrsonsfaiU j t ing or refusing to obey till uVd awithin the time herein ipeciO dv shall by the turnpike commiBiiyii j ors of cacti turnpike district pt Bath county be roported to the Attorney i jflf for oountyv who fialluu2 on sueh inforiaiitjon prpceed tbet directs io have such iibstrue 50ns removed and thepnrUes priv f ecu ted for Same t JNO A pAUGUERTt J Th PtCi FrA copyattest V J T Peters Clerk nyTJ Petiri D Ge1i lI Jno A Dolugherty Presi Judge of tho Daib County ltrCourt in pursuance of the R bova ordei oJoid Court diherclygvI- hUBLIcNOTIIJE to nit pereim Bath county whq hayeprwhovwii- t1 VIIIICr of the abcivo fiifdTr- ders that they jfrnni this taSfrij siSt froth tilecu tlremies tlJftCt with the eq llreneJ t above sil This Jar it 1903 ItJNO AviSAaGlilal i Eir j lkI i J IflNGSYILLE OUTLOOK y rc 1 j OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers i A OWING sviLLE KENTUCKY f lEf A SONG FOR GLADNESS j Oh be thou glad In sorrow and be thou culm in pain Theres quiet In the sunshine theres mel ai ody In rain 1 r For when the heart Is joyous all way lead On to light t And merely thy wellwishing will make brightr weep no more for sorrow Turn all remorse to gain 01t And welcome the good spirit I Where love doth ever reign 1 2 jOh watt no more on worry companion i not with care a 4 Ever the morning dawneth and dawneth everywhere t And when tho heart Is open to loveliness 4 and truth From every wind of heaven comes the 1 worlds eternal youth t f Then work butdo not worry And wait but not with cars For In the neverending i Tie marine now and fair r Be glad thou do not murmur smile AS I the moments die 1 Folever and forever lifes troubles fade and fly Down In the doom of passage rate seals the deeds to rest beLBehold how glad Is nature4 The hills do greet the sky 1 The clouds nay brood above them byIN Y Inde4 1 pendent TR KIDNAPPED MILLIONAIRES 1 A Tale ofWaBStreet ad tile Tropics A c 6y FREDERICK U ADAMS 11 J i eopydght nOI AicIIgbtrnndh1q eoPIIJ t CHAPTER IX CONTINUED Jack Stevens lout no time in ac J J ir qURln ting Chalmers with what he had 4 1 learned They no lorfgcr had any 1 doubt they were on the right track i i Butvhatdllt he do such a thing for asked Stevens it IB all Greek 41i tome Talk about motives What motive would a man like Hestor have in kidnapping such men as these lIe J has plenty of money lIe would not I demand a ransom Most of these men hue known him since he was n boy so I am told His father was II big figure in Wall Street What jThedevil was his motive will never tell you said Chal mers Ho hasalways been more or- 4 r less crazy about the newspaper busi e ness That interview with the Czar 4 turned his heact This is probably r f kis coup de maitre If soit is a 4t w nderP 1 I How much better off are we now J that we believe Hestor is the manl 4 Thattoquestion w are we to fiJidhlm You may as well call off your men at Provincctown said Chal I 0 niers after p pause in which both Ia1I0me hard thinking They can tjt find nothing there If Hester did 4 this job he prokably brought the iz Is ar In o Ife Cod bay and posted otter from Provincetown Thra he dropped a man off at or near Boston and had him mall the various letters from Springfield Albany and t 4 J the other places It requires no t great rensoniag to see through that I The last letter came from Phlladf 7 phla Hestor may have made the trip himself It would be jut like him If so the yacht probably picked him up at some point along the South Atlantic coast i It strikes me that the thing to d0 is to ascertain if Hestor loaded say building material into that I said Stevens If he did he Fis planning to build a house to putt t that fnrnltnr in If not the house probably lIt l jave ream to OCYiTXUlC house Is already constructed said Chal mersIte told Stevens of Hesters talk about hIt house the nightafter a the Waldprfjtoiorih dinner b- llejth were considering this phase of thc the news editor entered with a telegram1 It read us follows St Louis May 7 To William Chalmers Managing Editor New Tork Record Have arrested I Sylvester Vincent He refuses to make confession How much 1 shall Isn41 13g story Can wire NO words before midnight Wire s BERNARD SEYMOUR Ypur man Seymour is a dream said Chalas JpSBlnJ the telegram I t07JackSte him to send us 1000 words Information not for publication asd tell him to stick to VJnientaJ el wake him talk Ste yeas BeBtth proper filspatch An other telegram was received nn hour later from St Louis It read 1 b St Louis May 7 To Editor New York Record Man ar rested asL Sylvester Vincent by your representative proves to be Rev Hilton 4 Wesley of Chlctro Where can your ib representative be found Policei7 said Chalmers Wire the chief that heinan Avhp represented himself as 4 I1cdrrespqBdent undoubtedly is anJHiposttJr I wonder where Mr i 4I err Seymour is Ab v ITasjiotlcng in doubjt Shortly p before midnight this telegram was received Illinois Central Train No 47 En Route 1 ButbTo WHUuaa Chalmers Managing E Ht orlfewTefkReeero Will expla- InpterAaiJtot on triti Send aoo to St Hew Orleans a BERNARD SEYMOUR u I am glad he is beaded for New OrteaBB said Chalmers We can c cJ him there Now T tell you what w will do Your Wall street men have found out nothing You notice V l was right about tke books of 1i v Street Rogers AB examination was made tdIand it panned out j just as I predteThe account is goingzI and see If T can learn anything If4 his check books are there they may z At UkytJattbeyHthllYoiilacIoutlf any hum b fier eHt aboard the Shark Inthe meantime have your 1enlnteliew i ievery entv ct ri builder and arihl- IItect 1New York and see If any b work lies bees done for Hestor in the I lMt twoycaiS That is a great scheme said SUveBsJ i 1i Send MCB to Boston and Philadel phiii o a like ieieIon I will Wire i L tSeymcnir at Jew Orleans and bare 1 kJK ia the same thin there Send t 0 ferpr live sea te New Orleans adg aI1UH tonight Instruct them JJmay1ii e Ii PBifcfeHc rf aiyMld8 r for Walter B 1Ier Swear these j abiolute se- I am re0lsg to hare inin-ct leBc3poa 1 Wot i J J OM Q tli f ht J tiI1 1 i1 At 1 i fj 1 tJp Jyr Q A iH J tIiJij r come hi in this case asked Ste vens He is supposed to have sailed with Hestor I do not know J am going to try and find out said Chalmers It looks as if he was mixed up in it too I hope not Sidney is too good a fellow Later in the evening Mr Chalmers was at the Cannody mansion Dur ing the day he had arranged with Miss Cnrmody to invite Miss Olive Hammond to spend the evening nt her house Miss Cnrmody said Chalmers nftsr the formal greetings were made I know you will excuse my apparent freedom but I have some news of great importance which I nm going to tell you and Miss lIam mond We should have a room where we cannot be interrupted or over heardMiss Carmody rang for Smith Unlock Mr Cnrmodys private office she said Put it in order and bring Mr Chalmers some cigars I know he smokes Mr ChnlmrrH bowed his thanks They were soon seated in Mr Car modys library and private office Nothing which taste could dictate or money furnish was lacking in this room Chalmers took the big easy office chair while the young ladies formed a charming picture on n near by divan Miss Hammond the news I have obtained indirectly concerns your brother Sidney said Chalmers Miss Olive Hammond grew pale nnd uttered a halfexclamation You need not be in the least alarmed I have no reason to believe he is in any degree to blame in this affair I am going to relate the whole story as fur as I know it and you may be able to throw new light on the mystery For half nn hour Chalmers ex plained the circumstances which had led him to suspect Hettor As he talked the two girls claspnd hands Tears glistened in Miss Hammonds when Chalmers told of the Instructions Heator hail left that a notice should be inserted in the Itecord stating that Sidney Hammond would accompany him on a trip to the Med iterraneanAs this Miss Carmody released Olive Hammonds hand and instinctively drew away from her Olive burst into tears Sidney never coulde10 such a thing Oh there is a cruel mistake somewhere she sobbed Sidney Is the soul of honor Oh my brother my noble honest brother why are you not here to defend yourself Miss Helen threw her arms around the weeping girl Chalmers did not know what to say Ills story had been cut off at its sensational point lie stammered an apology He is not guilty I am sure he is not guilty exclaimed Miss Car mody Her eyes flashed as she looked at Chalmers- I have Enid that I did not believe him guiltysaid that gentleman recovering himself You young la dies jump at a conclusion too quick ly It is probable that Mr Hammond was the victim of a plot like the others Why Sidney lid not know lie was fjoinp until a few hours before the yacht sailed for Europe said Miss Olive She had regained her self possession He sent me a telegram just before he went away saying that he was obliged to take a sudden trip to Europe with Mr Hestor When he left home in the morning he did not know n thing about It We had planned to go to the theater on the following evening and he had secured the So how could he have known anything about it Sidney tells me everything Thnt is splendid news said Chat mers his face lighting up with pleasure You need nut worry about Ski ney T hope you kept that tele gr 1 have It here in my reticule said Miss Olive- Chalmers rend it carefully lIe lift cd the receiver of the telephone at lila elbowGive the superintendents of fice the Postal Union Telegraph company he said Chalmers was well acquainted with the routine of the telegraph office and scion arranged that the original of the dispatch be forwarded by special message to the Carmody real deuce While waiting for this they talked over the strange features of the case You are sure that Hestor said nothing about golng nway the night he gave the opera and supper party naked Mr Chalmers I did not hear him say a word about it said Miss Hammond Mr Hestor and Sidney had a long talk about trusts They were at the end of the table and for u long time took no part in the general conversa tion I was not interested in what the others were saying and found myself listening to Sidney and Wal ter Hestor Mr Hestor said it would be a fine plan if they could induce the leading capitalists of the country to meet and discuss methods to regulate the abuses which have arisen InclllstrinlaffairsNow mentioned ouch names us Rockwell Morton nnd Haven and I am surer Cnrmodys name was used Sid ney told him that these men could not be induced to take the time to bother with such matters Finally Mr Hestor said that he was going to Sidneylaughed partydispersedney wen to Chicago nnd did not re turn until the following Saturday The messenger boy arrived with telegramChalmers Just as I suspected he said He passed the telegram to Miss Ham mona It was written in pencil on a sheet of newspaper copy paper with a telegraph head pasted above it Is that Sidneys handwriting he asked Why aol exclaimed Miss Olive Jt is not a bit like it Walter Hestor wrote that said Chalmers 1 know his writing hay lag handled thousands of pages of itYou may rest assured Miss Carmody that we shall soon solve this mystery Hestor has not covered his tracks lie either did not know bow or did not care No shrewdcriminal would send a forged telegram in his own handwriting He would use a typewriter Hestor sent this tele gram so that you would not be alarmed at Sidneys absence It Is plain aa day- Chalmers enjoined the young ladles t secrecy and returned to his news paper duties The following morning Jack Ste yeas Called his staff into conference lie d taikd four men to Boston nix Phiiadelpbia and four to New Or kus andGaIeitonTweity w ro Ii r rJjj j J assigned to work in Hew York and six were held in reserve Interview every Architect anti builder in these cities were Ste vens instructions Introduce your self as a writer who is preparing an elaborate article on summer or country residences He specially so licitous about specimens of tropical architecture Then lend up to who designed the Walter B Hestor real dence There in special otTer of 25000 for the reporter who locates the architect anti the same amount for the one who discovers the con tract or- Stevens had already satisfied himself that no lumber hind been loaded on the Shark He explained to lila necessaryfor seereCJfJdent to insure that caution Each reporter was liberally supplied with money and they went to work with energy nyClmhucrswith Stevens made a minute exam motion of its contents Much to their surprise three check books THIIEE CHECKBOOKS WERE FOUND IN TIlE DESK- s ere found on the glasscovered surface of the desk On dates from April 25 to May Inclusive lIestor had drawn checks payable to him self aggregating 4648000 How could he have amassed that amount of cash asked Stevens as he footed up the aggregate Here is a memorandum which ex plains that said Chalmers He pointed to the inside cover of one of the check books on which was tuba lated sales of bonds and stocks amounting to 4027000 The Hestor estate was largely in securities said Chalmers I re member Hestor told me at one time that he owned between 15000000 and 6000000 worth of giltedged stuff Vlmt did hs do with the cash asked Stevens with an air which in dicated that he could answer hi own question x Street Rogers might answer if they would said Chalmers A man of Hestors standing could margin 750000 shares of stock with that amount of money lie was too wistf to draw checks payable to anyone but himself He must have lugged that money down there in bills It would not make much of a packago in 1000 bills Hcstor must be 30 000000 ahead in this deal Ills insanity takes a canny form I would like to be crazy awhile like that my selfUut how docs he propose to get out of it- Give it up said Chalmers It is too deep for me Hcstor is not the kind to think of details like that lie goes ahead and lets consequence take care of themselves lIe did not een take the precaution to destroy these check books We can trace him like a rabbit inn new fall of snow Stevens now turned his attention to such cities as Baltimore Washing ton and a number of western elites in the fnisk hop fhnt some clew migl Ifnstruah twere c pdon Paris and 01 hei fi and a search made in these art centers but nothing was learned Chalmers was a daily visitor at the Carmody residence He inspired Miss Helen with hope and would not his ten to her fears of failure She was anxious to fit out the Carmody yacht the Helen Carmody nail begin at once a search for her father and his companions That Is a good idea said Mr Chalmers Go ahead and put the yacht in commission and supply her with provisions for a months cruise but do not start until my men have had a chance to complete their search It is now the 11th of the month Give me until Tues day the 10th and if we have no news by that time we will send the lichen As you know there are a score of boats scouring the ocean now It is a goodsized globe this old world of ours nnd there are millions of places any one of which lIes tor may have selected Jot nil we know he may be cruising in the bourleH8 waters of the Pacific On the 16th we will tnajo public nil the facts Jn our possession In ease we do not in the meantime find a justifiedinHestor may not be guilty Ills notions so far as we know can nil be explained Our evidence against him giveilestorEurope We have wired instructions to every foreign harbor and will at once hear from him if he be Innocent This is an awful charge to make against an honest man and we must give lies tor the benefit of every doubt You are right Mr Chalmers said Miss Helen 1 will have the yacht prepared for a long cruise It does not seem possible that Mr lies tor could do such a thing lie is so kind and generous It would be awful to falsely accuse him It need not be supposed that these journul1stentirely devoted to the solving of the mystery which was the cause of their acquaintance Mr Chalmers esteemed it his duty to direct her thoughts to more pleasant topics and he C the conversation into literature and to the discussion of current events Chalmers was an entertaining talker with an aptitude to perceive the grotesque side of things and he pos sessed the rare art of the good storyteller A few odd faets were suf ficient to form the theme of a mirth ful tale and Chalmers was by nature and training an adept in tile art of narrative lie had an appreciative listener in Miss Carmody and uncon sciously she found herself for the hour when the selfpossesseS and animated Chalmers would ar rive and with news or fancy lighten the monotony of the hours To Be Continued Real Unkind Mrs Jabberly They say lhtmoney talks but I never heard it Jobberly Of course not my dear Een money couldnt get a word In edgeways when you a- ieoucga1 New J THE BLOCKADE RAISED The Venezuelans Are Wild With Joy in Consequence Minister Bowen Expects to Immediate ly Begin the Preparation of tho Protocols With Representatives of Other Claimant Powers Washington Feb 14 Herbert W owen Venezuelas representative In the peace negotiations at Washington Friday night signed with each of tho allies representatives hero a protocol providing for the Immediate raising of tho Venezuelan blockade and for tho reference of the question of preferen tial treatment of the claims of tho allies against Venezuela to Tho Hague arbitration tribunal The final form alities occurred at the British embassy At 1130 oclock Friday night Mr Her bert Dcrlng first secretary of tho British embassy announced that tho Qrltinh protocol had just been signed and that signature of tho Italian and German protocols would follow in the order named The Italian protocol was signed at 1150 and tho German protocol at 1210 ocloclcthc presence of Baron von Stcrnburg at the white house mu nlcalo delaying a finaj close to the negotiations until after midnight- La Guayra Venezuela Feb 16Tho blockade has been officially raised The commander of the British cruiser Tribune the only warship here sent an officer ashore Sunday morning with the announcement that the Tribune would leave Sunday afternoon for Trinidad Tho populace Is wild with Joy Willems tad Curacao Feb 16 There was great rejoicing among all classes hero at the end of the Vene zuelan blockade Many sailing vessels that are lying In this port with cargoes for Venezuelan ports will leave Monday A number of steamers are loading for tho same destination A great amount of coffee is awaiting transportation from Venezuela to tho United States No one apparently is more glad at the raising of the blockade than thoso on board tho blockading squadron Washington Feb 16 Minister Bowen expects to begin Immediately the preparation of tho protocols with the representatives of the unallled powers for the settlement of tho claims of the citizens of thoso nations who have suffered as a result of the troubles In Venezuela There are eight of these claimant nations including tho United States The drawing up of the protocol with this government will be the first undertaken Solicitor Pen field of the state department will rep resent the United States in these ne gotiations with Mr Bowen Work on this protocol it is expected will begin Monday and Mr Bowens belief is that matters will move forward with great er rapidity than they did with the rep resentatives of the allied governments who were enforcing the blockade against Venezuela The negotiations with France will follow those with the United States and so on until the prot ocols with all the unallled creditor na tlons are completed The suggestion has been made that as the unallied na tions naturally are opposed to any preferential treatment to Germany Great Britain and Italy that in all probability Venezuela the United States and France will bo lined up as representing the eight unallled nations at The Hague as opposed to the three allies Mr Bowen continues to receive con gratulatory dispatches from Venezuela on the satisfactory outcome of his work here- Caracas Feb 16The news reedy ed from all the Venezuelan ports or c Coro and Nig statforeign wSTSBips sailed away Sunday The government immediately on receiving the news that the blockade had been raised took military measures and sent troops in all directions to crush the revolution without giving the rebels a moments respite AUSTRIA IS MOBILIZING An Extra 40000 Men Has Been Placed on the Balkan Boundary London Feb 16The correspondent of ti Daily Mall at Vienna says in spite ot nlals ho learns that Austria has mobilized two army corps and has concentrated an extra 40000 men on the Balkan border Military men adds the correspondent believe that an armed intervention is inevitable Field Marshal Rhelnlander will command tho force Mt Pelee In Eruption New York Feb IGCavt Ebert of the German steamer Catania which arrived Sunday from Brazil reports that on February 4 when passing the Island of Martinique he made an ob servation of Mont Pelee Much smoke was issuing from the crater and great quantities of lava were flowing down the mountain and into the sea causing big clouds of steam to rise from the surface of the water Students From Europe Chicago Feb HAt a banquet of the Chicago alumni of Michigan uni versity Friday night President Angel predicted that within a few years there would be an invasion of Amen can universities by students from Eu rope Job Printers Strike Settled Omaha Neb Feb HTbe job prin ters strike that has been on here for six weeks was settled the employers conceding every point The new scale provides for a uniform wage scale of US a week of 54 hours Another Cornell Student Uead Ithaca N Y Feb 14Another Cor nell student died Friday from typhoid fever He was George A Wessman of Passaic N J a junior In the median leal engineering department There oeems to be no material decrease In the disease Artist Committed Suicide New York Feb 14 Andrew J Teg yin an artist whose pictures have been exhibited at the Academy of Design took chloroform and died soon afterwards at the New York hospital He dreaded Brlghts disease Stolen Jewelry Found Albuquerque N M Feb HThe greater part of the 10000 worth of watches and jewelry stolen from tho safe of S Vann Co Jewelers of Al buquerque November 20 1902 was found underan old barn by two boys who were hunting for eggs Jack McAullffe Arrested New York Feb 14Jack McAu llffe the light weight champion pugil 1st was arrested In a raid on an al leged pcol room at 30th street and Sixth avenue McAullffe la charged with being the proprietor or the place f1- l FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS Second seeaJal 12Sennte1frlIannaon tho department of commerce bill debateTheMr Morgan almost Immediately after tho opening of the session resumed his remarks on tho statehood bill but branched off on the subject on the pro referredIX which constituted a part of the organic law of Colombia Ho predict ed a return of the hostilities between the old church party In Colombia nnd tho liberal party Mr Depew spoke liedidHouse Tho houso made fair pro approprlation wlifchMrthe completion of the east front of officothembeIngspecial rule making them In order Dy the terms of the amendments 500 000 Is appropriated for work on the main building of the capitol and a limit of 2DOOooo Is fixed For a site for a new office building 750000 Is appropriated tho cost of the building is to bo 3100000 Washington Feb 13SenateWIth the exception of a few minutes during which some routine business was transacted tho session of the senate doorsAfterfive hours the senate adjourned House The house made slow pro gross with the sundry civil bill cover- Ing only 27 pages and leaving 40 pages delayswere forthoand considerable debate upon the item appropriating 3000000 for the relief of distressed Filipinos Mr Gaines Fitzgeralddem whitthouscthe appropriation for the relief of dis thelanguagefied to require annual reports of the expenditure of the money Washington Feb 14SenateAn-immense crowd was attracted to the senate to hear the invocation of Gen William Booth founder and command armyWhenDepew resumed his remarks He at becauseheclung to the practice of polygamy Mr Rawlins replied by saying that if the withtheytiny At 530 the senate went into executive session and soon afterwards adjournedHouseUnder the operation of a special order which cut off opportunity Fridaybybill to prohibit rebates to shippers againstthefield Me was present but did not Thedemocratsous terms of the rule It has been their purpose they said to offer the provisions of the Littlefield bill as an amendment to the bill Mr Dalzell Pa Mr Overstreet lad and Mr Hepburn la practically announced that with the passage of the Elkins bill the antitrust legislation for this session of congress would be com pleteWashington Feb 16SenateThe feature of Saturdays session of the senate was Senator Quays open decla upthothe finish During the two weeks yet remaining of the session he will block all legislation which thhks his opponents are interested Ho made this known by resolution to take up the statehood lnl every day at the conclusion of tie morning business and by his rAfn tt to allow the Aldrich b e e to be brought up ThCTpateagjjeed to the amendment to toe anti rebate bill by the house TffiS com upofriQbillHouse The house passed the sun dry civil bill and then broke all previ ous records in the matter of private pension legislation It was the last opportunity ol passing pension bills at this session and the calendar was cleared not only ot house but of senate bills 325 in all being passed Throo hundred and twelve is the highest previous record made Among them was a bill to grant a pension of 30 a month Representativetwo weeks ago The administration of the war department was accused openly on tho floor of the house of over payments for Indiana lands in connection with the purchase of a post site for Fort Benjamin Harrison to be established near Indianapolis The ap proprlatlon of 30000 for the differences between the price at which the old arsenal had been appraised and the cost of the new site as appraised was an item in the sundry civil bill and was passed over the objections of Miers and Zenor democratic members from Indiana Letter Carriers Suspended San Francisco Feb 16Seventeen letter carriers have been suspended from the San Francisco postoffice for Hinged political activity during the November campaign Dinner In Honor of Ambassador St Petersburg Feb 16A dinner was given at the German embassy here in honor of United States Ambassador McCormick The Russian min ister many court dignitaries and the leading members of the diplomatic body were present Turned Over to the Trustees San Francisco Feb 16Mrs Jane Lathrop Stanford surviving founder of Stanford university is preparing to surrender all control of university affairs into the bands of the board of trustees Forty Lashes Dover Del Feb HA bill was in troduced in the senate by the democrats which if passed will make bri bery at elections in this state a whip pingpost offense punishable with 40 lashes vigorously laid on the back of the offender To Test the Parcels Post Washington Feb 14 Senator Wel lington Friday introduced an amendment to the post office appropriation bill making an appropriation of 100 000 to test the parcels post between Washington and nearby cities The Hepburn Bill Nashville Tenn Feb 13The state senate Thursday adopted a resolution urging Tennessees senators to vote for the Hepburn bill which subjects the transportation of liQuors from one state to another to local laws and police regulations In Honor of Army and Navy Washington Feb 13 President and Mrs Roosevelts reception In hon or of the army and navy the final formal evening levee of the season at the white house was tLe most largely attended of tho series xjg 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CIi i J sI4 STATE ODDS AND ENDS = a r g i t3 i t t I I S t SIu4S IA MYSTERIOUS NOTICE The Strange Disappearance of Twelve Men Hinted At Henderson Ky Feb 12A queer byCountyUce hints at a wholesale murder mys I tery The letter and the notice con tamed therein follows Gresham Ky Feb 419O34 s f Mr County ClerkWill you post It the within notice in a conspicuous place and oblige- To Whom It May Concern r There was a man missed In Green 1S 4 ounty Ky about 1894 or 1895 He was between the age of 35 and 55 t e vms considered an old bachelor tJ n not give a more definite desirlp Son of him He rode one of the finest t tiiorses ever seen in Green county the horso being a dark or red sorrel about r or 8 years old A nephew of this eiman came to Green county on the I r for him name of either not i known to the writer If the friends oft i t this man will correspond with Box 2 whattmostly of the peddling class who 4 1 were missed In Green County f A NOVEL CASE A Decision That Attracts Much Legal t Attention Frankfort Ky Feb HThe court- of appeals Friday In the case of Moa yon vs Moayon from Christian county decided that tho wife who had sep4 arated from the husband and was pro p paring to sue for divorce but who con ISP sented to lIvQ with him again when ho contracted to turn over onethird eif all t hl estate to a trustee for her nail two 4 children had tho right to bring suit t to compel him to specifically carry out the contract It Isa novel case and attracted wide attention In legal clr des Judgo Orear delivered the Sopinion CLAUDE OBRIEN y The Condemned Man Received a Let MterContaining Saws and Files I Lexington Ky Feb 13It devel oped here Thursday that Claude OBri en who Is In Jail here awaiting execu tion for the murder of A B ChInn received a letter supposed to be from Memphis containing saws and files 4with which the writer urged him to secure his freedom The tools were discovered by the Jailer however boo p fore they got into OBriens hands OBrien was to have been executed Friday but a stay of execution for 30 days has been granted THE POISONING CASE l4a Birch Cooper Indicted Bythe Grand si Jury at Louisville Louisville KyFeb HBirch Coop r was Indicted by the grand Jury Fri day on the charge of poisoning his grandmother Mrs Nancy Birch who houseIwas weeks ago by drinking coffee contain Ing arsenic The members of tho tam ily with the exception of Birch Cooper- drank the coffee at breakfast and lor Eeveral days the lives of Mrs Birch find her daughter Mrs Feaman were 4 palredot I Sustained the Motion lSt Frankfort Ky Feb 13The court k of appeals Thursday sustained a mo k tion by the Aetna and 2Ccther life insurance companies for an injunction Sto restrain the state board of valuation and assessment from assessing them for franchise taxes pending final dls position of their appeal from the Franklin circuit court holding them t liable e Two Years lit the Penitentiary Madlsonvllle Ky Feb 13 Wonder 4 ful Moss and John Bailey two Negro union miners were tried Thursday 1andfound guilty of being connected with the hold up of nonunion miners 4 employed by the Selnecke Coal Co in- September 1901 Moss received a sen tence of two years In the penitentiary and Bailey was sentenced to one year Gabhard Gets Two Years Ha1TQd burg Ky eb12ln the cIrcuitcourt TuesdaymornIng Thomas Gabhardwhith aged 22 was tried up on au Indictment charging him with il horses teal Ing and was given two years ln the penitentiary rB Telephone Company Indicted Lebanon K7Feb 12The grand I jury In the Marion circuit court here found ten indictments against the tJrXebanon Louisville ft Lexington Tele y phone Co for retusing to connect with competitive lines c rIr MafonChlnn Wetfdinfl 1 Frankfort Ky Feb 13 Samuel A Mason second son of ColH P Mason Sthe millionaire manufacturer and rall r dcontraetor of this county was 7 married at 530 Thursday afternoon I to Mtsa Prudence Bt Chlnn daughter Attorney Frank rtiion of Frankfort Will Celebrate St Patricks Day- ISLexingonKy Feb 14 Prominent irishmen here will celebrae St Pat Srickw day with a brilliant banquet I1 Mr Henry Watterson Hon Bourke Cockraa and Col W C P Breckfn rldgo have been invited to speak Crusade Against Tenements 2 Covlngton Ky Feb 13 Tweaty live Covlngton families received no sj tices of eviction front the rooms they call home This is a result of the city health boards crusade against tene 4 l ment houses which are in unsanitary f condition Fell from His ltd 4 HopWnsvllle KTFeb13Teamon 1 Taylor agedj32 from Ohio county a patient in the Western asylum fell from kls bed in an epileptic fit and 9 twasfound dead by the attendant Chas br J D Robarts Dead 4 Henderson Ky Feb 13S D Ro mostX1ifuraday r morning aged 80 years 41- et C 1d taprominenttsbacconlst He laId t town of Robarts this county r nd It Is named for him n r Aged Farmer Dies SVdd fin Georgetown KyFlb 12 Elijah f Perry aged 69 a wellknoVrn citizen of1 l Stamping Oroun 4thls county went T out to look after some sheep He tae bacK tp fba UI scfell uhcpn jcIead ld Is tewjnti Fi t il r i t r c4 i FOUND DEAD IN THE WOODS Frank Underwood Shot Down While Cutting Crosstles Olive Hill Ky Fob 13Frank Un derwood 19 was found dead in the woods near here with the back part of his head blown off and a load of shot in his shoulder Ho went out In the woods early in the morning to make crosstles and on failing to return at night search was mado for him Ho had evidently been in the act of chopping when the shots were fired from behind as he was found lying on his face with tho ax some distance In front of him Fragments of paper wadding from a muzzleloading shot gun were traced from the murdered man to a brush pile somo distance In the rear and tracks were found Geo Henderson aged 17 having been seen to emerge from the woods where Un derwood was working was arrested by Sheriff Manning and charged with the crime No grudge Is known to have existed between Henderson and Underwood Henderson is in jail at Grayson CARNIVAL OF CRIME IttOn Disreputable Saloons Ixmlsvllle Ky Feb lZAt a meet ing of wholesale liquor dealers and distillers held at the Gait house here a resolution was adopted stating that the carnival of crime which recent ly has held sway in Louisville Is due largely to a few disreputable saloons and expressing hostility towards ev cry saloon conducted in violation of the law The president of the National Wholesale Liquor Dealers Is instructed to prepare a model license law for sub mission to the legislatures of the van ous states to the end that Improper persons may not be licensed to retail liquors IN HOLLOW OF A TREE Skeleton of a Man Found In the Wilds of Gunpowder Creek Petersburg Ky Feb HW D Black and party who felled a tree In the wilds of Gunpowder creek to get at coons found the skull and crumbled skeleton of a man In a hollow of the tree and a 10 gold piece The remains are supposed to be those of a man named Holt who went from Belle views this county en route to Glencoo years ago and was never heard from One theory is he climbed the tree while hunting and fell headforemost Into the hollow either being killed by the fall or starving Whisky In the Fifth District Louisville Ky Feb 14Collector- of Internal Revenue Joseph A Craft has completed a report qf the whisky bonded during January It shows that 2515580 gallons of whisky was placed In barrels in the distilleries in this the Fifth revenue district This Is a greater amount of whisky made In one month than has been made in years Why Duke Refused Louisville Ky Feb 14Gen Basil W Duke has returned home from Washington He says the tender ol the seat on the federal bench to him by the president was not a joke but was a bona fide offer Gen Duke says he appreciated the honor and would have accepted had he not promised hit support to othors Ugh i cxingtc Horses Lextng iy Fob 14 1eotbe Chlpchasii i New York representing Judge W H Moore accompanied by Jack Lyons of the Quaker City arrived here Friday and bought three high priced horses of the coach variety for the New York Jurist Two of the equInes were bought from John Et Stewart and one from Modo Nlcoll Railroad Commission Frankfort Ky Feb 12The court of appeals held that a prosecution against a railroad company for violaI tlon of the long and short haul law ol Kentucky can not be instituted except by authority of the state railroad com mission The decision is a reversal oi tim Marlon circuit court Found a Gusher WIlliamsburg Ky Feb 14A gush er was struck Friday on the farm ol George Curd In the edge of the city by the Triumph Oil Co It It by far the strongest well yet brought In lathe Whitley oil fields Suicide On Street Morganfleld Ky Feb 14 Deputy Sheriff Virg Glens shot and killed himself on May street Thursday night Financial worry is given as the causeI The deceased leaves a widow and three children l Mrs Frances Chum Dead Winchester Ky Feb 14Mrs Frances Chlsm the mother of 20 children and widow of Commodore Chlsm a veteran of the war of 1812 died here Friday aged 90 years She was the last save two of the surviving pen sioners of the war of 1812 In the state Judge Hargis III Louisville Ky Feb 14TJudg Thos F Hargls one of the most prom- Inent lawyers in Kentucky until a few years ago Is seriously at his homo in this city He was formerly a judge of the Kentucky court of appeals q On Col Youngs Staff Paducah Ky Feb 13Hou Chas Reed of the Palmer house has received his appointment on Col Bennett H Youngs staff as assistant ad jutant general with rank of lIeuten- ant colonel of the Confederate veterans Gets 840 Damages Frankfort Ky Feb 13The court of appeals Thursday armed the Judgment of the Kenton circuit court giv ing George W Gregg 840 damages against the Republic iron and steel works for Injuries Hoarders Quarantined Paducah Ky Feb 12MllIs Bylvt Callssl one of Yaducahs most beauti ful girls has developed varlolold Health Omcer Graves quarantined the house Her mother conducts a lash tonable boarding house and the coca pants are shut hi Mercer Free From Smallpox Hanrodsburg Ky Teb 12Dr M L Forsythe health official says that riot a case Jot smallpox now exists In this county and that the disease has been effectually eradicated The tqtaJ number of cues this wlater was 22 j s j c Itti f PAYING THE PRICE God Too Good a Business Manager to Give Something for Nothing Even S lvnU in CoitM the sinner Something Popular idea Itc- fnted bjr the Ulhwa ntt flyway Trencher Copyright J9I3 by A N Kellogg Newspaper Col- Chlcaso Feb 15 1903 Text I counsel thee to buy of Me gold tried in the fire that thou mayest be rich and white raiment that thou mayest be clothed and that the shame of thy naked ness do not appear and anoint thine eyes with eyesalve that thou raayest seeRev 318 Text Setting This text from which the Lord may be pleased to teach us His truth and the certainty with which lie operates is takea from the wonderful revelation of Jesus Christ given to Ills beloved disciple John ns he communed in the Spirit on the Isle of Pntmos on the Lords Day It Is part of the message to the church at Laodlcca one of the seven churches to whom a last solemn warning amlndmonltlon was sent It Is the commonly accepted view of Bible scholars and commentators that while tlie churches addressed had an actualexistence and the several meg sages had their direct application to the special needs of the vhurchcs at that time still It was the intention and purpose of God that these let tcrs should have n wider and general application to the church of Jesus Christ during the Gospel dispensation until its taking up as the bride of Christ Johns prophetic vision is separated by the Spirit Who dictated its writing Into two divisions The things which are and The things which shall be hereafter There is much difference of op on among Bible students as to in terpretation some holding that The things which are Imply the present state of things in the churches when John was writing as represented in chapters 2 and 3alll that The things which shall be hereafter are the things symbolically represented concerning the future history of the churches as set forth In chapters 4 to 22 while others believe that The things which are marks the present period of the church in the world to the time of the comingof Christ in the glory and clouds of Heaven to receive Ills bride the church as it is taken out of the world to meet Him In the air and The things whch shall be hereaft er are the things set forth from the fourth chapter to the end of the Revelation and describe what will take place in the world after the church has ascended to be with itfc LordThis latter opinion is gaining ground among the most devout and spiritual Bible scholars and certain ly gives increased interest and force to the message to the seven churches and brings our text into living touch with present conditions and needs for while we may always learn helpful spiritual lessons from texts which plainly have their application to another time and place and peo pIe still when we feel that a text Is directly addressed to us its author ity and meaning and force are deepened and intensified For instance the admonition of a father to a son might be helpful to all young men and yet it wouldnot come with the same force and menu ing as to the son to whom it was addressed and for whom it was specifically intended If in the letters to the seven churches we limit the Spirits message to the specific churches to which they were ad dressed andas they existed in thin day when John wrote we vitiate and weaken and are in an attitude cf mnd and heart to take such spirit nat lesVVms AS we deem good for our PTP and lave such portions ns in our jvirtgtr r 1 their prt urnS ing anti apti lOn ft the pnfi ular churches ndJrcsseu On the other hand if in the description of the seven churches which the Spirit of God has drawn we see faithful pic tures of the church of Jesus Christ today and hear the warnings ut tered as spoken directly to us and read the admonitions antI blessed promises as given expressly to tIme waiting church of today the word will be indeed the twoedged sword piercing even to the dividing asun tier of soul and spirit and of the Joints and marrow and it will be ala discerner of the thoughts and in tents of the heart It will be the eyesalve which applied to our eyes will prove to be the power the glftie gieus to see ourscls as God sees us and make us eager to buy of Him gold tried in the flreandwhite raiment to cover the naked ness of the natural mail A Fallacy It costs the sinner something to obtain salvation It costs the Christian something to win as a personal possession the spiritual riches which arc in Christ Jesus The language of Rods Word is so misun derstoollwhenftspeaks of salvation giftsthat gUtIIIt weakens the force of the Gospel message to the heart of the sinner to wholly emphasize the gift of God and make no reference to what the ohlainthink of spiritual gifts as something which God is to pour into them with out their giving up something in return live a shallow Christian life and instead of the substantial maui Spirittheretional talk about the possession of the deep spiritual gifts of God nnd an entire absence of their evidence in the life The sinner often deludes himself into the thought that he is willing to receive the gift of salvation while he refuses to pay the price of a surrendered will and the Christian in prayer meeting gener ally and sometimes elsewhere talks about longing to receive the gifts of the richness In Christ Jesus and even goes so far sometimes as to claim fillInger things that there is room forInothing else God is too good a business manager thoughtlessstands the human heart too well to offer something for nothing The story Is told of a British lord who as the result otn wager with a friend who was a keen observer of human nature stood on London bridge all daylong with a tray full of glittering gold sovereigns which he offered for daylongcrowds as they passed to buy genu each1bulunhe rd oLlJaralnJtndpased on l ei 7 I LEJ 1 I X lIe could not sell his coins because the price at which he offered them convinced the public that they were not only not gejnutne but were not even worth the shilling asked And when God offers salvation and other spiritual gifts He does not agree to give them for nothing but exacts u price for everyone The reason the Gospel today is often not the power of God unto salvation is because the servants of the Lord arc standing and offering something for nothing when It is only true that the sinner can have salvation if he is willing to pay the price The Christian can have any spiritualtreasure ing to pay the price I am sick alHII ired of hearing the unsaved say I would like to be a Christian while they are holding on to the price of that salvation with a pelfwill and stubbornness born of hell I am weary and heartsick from hearing Christians with doleful and mournful voices anti madetoorder sad counte nances crying I would like to be a better Christian I would like to possess this virtue or that spiritual gift while they cling to every cher- Ished plan and desire which fill their lives antI arc unwilling to pay the price of selfsacrifice and devout seek ing of God which would make tho coveted gift their blessed possession The people who cry Lord Lord with n false humility and mistaken re Ii ious fervor maywork upa deal of sentiment awaken a false hope but If the price for salvation is not paid by a surrendered will they will be among thoso to whom the Lord will say In the last great day De part from Me for I never knew you ye workers of iniquity The Price God has bought up the right in the world to do a lifesaving business Ills Word tellsus that we are bought with a price The price which He paid for lost mankind was the gift of His only begotten Son He was willing to empty Heaven in order that it might be filled again not only the crucified and risen Son but withI those who accepted redemption His blood It cost God Ills treasure to give salvation to man and it costs man the yielding of his will to God to obtain that salvation Our text comes to us as the direct voice of God He says I counsel thee Think oUt God as our Coun sellor He Who is all wise all pow erful and eternal Who knows our end from the beginning and Who loves us with a love which can only be measured by the ages of eternity comes to man and counsels with him as to how he can win his case with Satan and become heir to the eternal riches of Heaven Man will pay thou sands of dollars to human counsel to get the best advice In legal or financial matters and Ifa mans life is at stake he sacrifices everything he has to ob tain the very best counsellor known God as mans faithful wise Counsellor says Buy of Me gold tried In the fire that thou mayest be rich anti white raiment that thou rcayest be clothed and that the shame of thy nakedness do not appear and anoint thine eyes with eyetalve that thou mayest see- The Laodicean Christians poor mis erably poor although rolling in wealth with their pockets filled with the money of the world which flowed through their city Xaked disgustingly naked so as to compel God to say that He would spue them out of His mouth although they were clothed in the magnificent white woolens for which the city was famous Blind helplessly blind although the natural eye was keeri and feasted itself upon the riches nnd beauty and culture of the world And Godcries to them as He does thcChristians of today Buy Mjfgold buyuty wi ftc raiment let danoint thine 1 Ith My eyesat IThe price of 18reo gold ofe nil d faith wa ttu Sjvlng un flKjov ucVs their incKlj roes r sljh st The PriV Uofls white raiment which ivmirl clothe then Indeed nnill iflve them the right to it at the marriage supper of the Lamb was the iclfrighteousness of outward ap pearances which had permeated the churchand had almost choked and killed out the spark of Divine life which at one time had been felt And they were blind and must go to the great Physician to be healed They must use His eyesalve If they would have their spiritual vision quickened and come to see themselves God saw them If the poetic vision of man can penetrate the fair face antI form be fore him the air of grace and the winning smile and see nothing but a rag and a bone and a hank of hair what awful things the penetrating eye of God beholds as It pierces the veneer of mans culture arid refinement and religious superficialities and lays bare the hidden heart When man looks with iou he sees indeed that the heart is deceitful above all things and desperately wicked and is eager toll clothed upon with the righteous ness which is by faith in Christ Jesus He is willing to pay the price He is willing as was Paul to crucify the flesh with the affections rind lusts that the fruit of the Spirit might be unhindered In its growth in his lifeA Message for ToDayThe rues sage to the Laodicean church Is a clear and solemn message for the church of today Wben has the church of Jesus Christ been so wealthy and boasted of that wealth as is the case today When has she wielded such power as she does to day in social and educational fields and in reform movements When has the church turned so eagerly to the wisdom of man for the solution of lifes problems and the strength cuing and building up of the church as today Emotion is being derided and frowned down and cold intellectual acceptance of the doctrine of salvation is taking Its place The deep spiritual truths of Gods Word arc being leveled to mans ideas and reason and he is becoming stricken with the fatal blindness which afflicted the Laolcean church And how patient God is through it all Read in your Bibles the verses which clos the chapter from which our text is taken God is love to the endlove- in His punishment of sin love in lIla dealings with His wayward and dis obedient children He follows the counsel of our text with the reassur ing words As many as I love 1 rebuke antI chasten be zealous there fore and repent And He waits He waits lie waits And if ill cannot gain the ear ot the church He turns to the individual hearts and stands and knocks If he opens He will come In and sup with him and the wonderful promise of sitting with Him upon ills throne is given to the individuals who pay the price by overcoming anti letting the Spirit of God operate in their lives What God Offers UsI one hand God holds out to us gold tried in the fire white raiment and free treat ment for spiritual blindness which lis the most liwful condition into f fj t j r which the humafi heart can come The strongest denunciations of Christ were directed against this form of sin The Scribes anti Pharisees who claimed to be the spiritual teacharn of their day anti nation were called whitcd sepulchers full of death and corruption they were declared to bo the Devils own children they wore described as blind leaders of the blind doomed to full into the ditch of utter destruction Christ wentso far in painting the awful blackness of spiritual blindness as to say that it would be more tolerable in the day of judgment for lustful iniquitous vile Sodom and Gomorrah than for fair Capernaum with her blind faith fulness to Jewish traditions mind her heartless rejection of the Son of God after witnessing His many mighty works And it is fr this spiritual blindness that God would anoint the eyes with His eyesnlve- A blind man Is hardly a safe per son to carry on financial transac finns He cannot tell the difference between gold and brass lie is not able to distinguish the dark garment from the one of snowwhite wool This being true it is necessary to cure him of lila blindness before sending hint to buy gold and white raiment Spiritual blindness must bo cured before the soul is able to this tinguish Gods gold anti pick out His white raiment There Is a very great deal of base metal in circulation to day that is passing for Gods gold and there lire multitudes of people who seem to have their nakedness covered who are not wearing time white garments which nod provides The human eye is deceived but time penetrating gaze of God will tided ImrGodswhite raiment As we have already said God holds out in one hand Ills gold and white raiment anti with the other He reaches to receive the price which He exacts before the goods are delivered God does a youIAnti what is it that Godoffers us and what is time price He exacts in return The white raiment is the righteousness of God with which tIme hllIas Saviour anti is washed in the cleansing blood Tho gold includes nil the fruits of thq setforthtians 522 and 23 The price which God demands ere the white raiment is given to cover the nakedness of believingimearta man would have the white garment of salvation if he could buy the same with this worlds goods But he is not willing to pay the price which God asks Like the proud Pharisee bytimehula benevolences his gifts to the church Ida devotions and hiclean life he has no sense of the needof a Saviour and his will is unyielding strangethatprice which God asks for ills white pricemarkGodspresumptuous as to go into the store of the merchant and attempt to dic tate to him the prices at which the goods should be sold If we want his goods we must pay the price which he asks and we do not feel that it is unfair or unreasonable for him to fix the terms on which he will let his goods be sold And why should man think that God has less right to fix the price of ills gold and His white raiment Man boldly walks sometimes where angels fear to tread and he sets aside Gods plain declarations as to the way of salvation and plans and speculates on time way he thinks the wIlr robe ol elvation i oMained Anti he my nnct he does yet txjmelhing that ap pears Very like the real article He gets his name on the church roll he gains a reputation for Christian activities but his nakedness is not cov ered before thee Lord and he will never be permitted to enter into tho marriage supper of the Lamb with out the wedding garment Simon the sorcerer of Samaria attempted to buy Gods gift of the Holy Ghost and Peter said unto him Thy money perish with thee because thou hast thought that the gift of God may be purchased with money Thou hast neither part nor lot in this matter But what Simon could not buy with his money he could buywithi a surrendered and obedient and believing heart for Pe thyheartGod Uepent therefore of this thy perhapstheforgiven thee Every gift of God givetopay the price for if He lid it wouM be tIme same as casting pearls before swine and His gifts would be tram pled under unappreciative and these crating feet But as there is noth ing displayed in the store windows but what may be obtained if one is willing to pay the price so there In nothing in the rich treasure house of God but what may be had if the soul is willing to paythe price Man may not have the price to buy the costly articles he sees displayed in the men alwayshasGods white raiment and Ills precloua gold tried in the fire of ills right eous love Show Windows The merchant de tastydisplayshow windows to secure trade for his store and to sell his goods The highest priced help in his store Is the skilled window dresser who knows just how to place everything to the very best advantage The Christian is Gods show window In the Christian God expects to hava his white raiment worn so graceful ly and faithfully that those about him will readily see time Heavenly livery and desire the same kind ol apparel God wants and expects His children to so deck themselves with the gold of Ills graces as to dazzle the eyes of the worlds children with their enduring and satisfying beauty anti thus draw them to long for the same adorning What kind of a fhow wearingthethat its glimmer can be seen by those about youl Are you adorning your self with the pure golelof Gods grace and love so that others will take knowledge of you that you have speakincounsel thee to buy of Me gold tried in the fire that thou mayest be rich mnyestbethy nakedness tbnot appear mind attaint tlifnc eyes with eycsalve thai thou UIa est see t 7 IlfllvJ p IBAD BACKS Ball backs are found in every household- Abadback is a back thats lame weak ot aching Most back ache pains come from kidney de- rangements and should be promptly attended to Reach the cause of backache by reliev ing the kidneys and curing their ills Doans Kidney Pills arc for the kidneys only and cure the dangers of urinary and bladder this ammallou1toCASE NO 40321 Mr W II llama mer wellknown builder residing at 125 Nvllinde Street Washington C II Ohio says I am glad to endorse n remedy which possesses such inestim able value asDoans KIdney Pills They cured me of inflammation of the blad der which had caused me much an noynnce and anxiety because of the frequency and severity of the at tacks I have advised others to take Doans Kidney Pills and I know they will not be disappointed in the re stilts A FREE TRIAL of this great kid ney medicine which cured Mr Ham mer will be mailed on application to any part of the United States Ad dress FojterMilburn Co Buffalo N prictSoInterpnlalng Drummer completeIkick this fellow out undnunledlNoporter Ill how you IIn entirely new lid onGnfgowTimes Mother Grays Sweet Powders For Children used by Mother Gray a nurse upColdsHtomach sad Teething Disorders and de iiamnploFItJE MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Feb 14 CATTLECommon 3 25 4 00 Butcher steers 4 60 4 65 CALVES Extra 7 75 HOGS Ch packers 7 05 g 7 10 Mixed packers 6 90 il 7 00 SHEEPExtra 4 40 4 75 LAMBS Extra 6 35 6 50 FLOUR Spring pat 3 4 20 WHEATNo 2 red O 8- 0No3red H 78a 4634OATSNoRYENo2r 58 75PORKClearLARDSteam 10 12 BUTTER Ch dairy 13 15 Choice creamery 27 APPLES Fancy 3 25 3 75 POTATOES Per bbl 1 50 1 75 TOBACCoNcw 3 25 10 75 Old 7 50 J16 23 Cnieago FLOURWinter pat 3 60 3 70 WHEAT No 2 red 74tfJ 74 CORN No 2 mixed 43s 34tRYENo2PORK Mess 17 12 217 25 LARDSteam 9 60 065 New York FLOURWin strts 3 50 3 65 WHEATNo 2 red j 81 CORNNo2 mixed 60 OATSNo2 white 43 GOYzPOnICMessLART Steam 10 00 10 10 Baltimore WHEATNo 2 red 79 7934 534OATSNo42YzCATrlEDutcbers HOOS CStfiEi 1 725- WHEATNo 2 79 CORNNo 3 mi l 38iPORLARD Steam 10 00 Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red 77 CORNNo 2 mixed 45 OATS No 2 mixed 36 1 jr THOUSANDS OF AMERICANS FOR WESTERN CANADA There will be thousands of Amer leAns coming up here in the Spring was the remark made by a farmer from the vicinity of Langdon North Dakota when he arrived in Winnipeg Manitoba the capital of Western Canada a few days ince Hit was the advance guard of a largo body whq arc following him and he has already invested in several farming sections for himself andothers and purposes to take up his perma nent abode in this country lIe went on to say Hundreds are coming from my district alone I know this to be n fact for many of them are neighbors of mine The chief topic of conversation with the farmers is the coming immigration in the impression general in the part of Dakota where I live that farmers can get from 10 to 15 cents more a bushel for wheat on the American side of the line than on the Canadian has not prevented pen pIe from turning their eyes to Canada ns a place to live in They know they can get land in this country which is every bit ItS fertile as that in Dakota at about onequarter the price It is safe to say that the exodus from Dakota into Canada this year will exceed the expectations of all Canadians The Government has established Agencies at St Paul Minn Omaha Neb Kansas City Mo Chicago Ill Indianapolis Ind Milwaukee Wis Wausau Wis Detroit Sault Ste Marie and Marquette Mich Toledo Ohio Watertown S Dakota Grand Forks N Dakota mind Great Falls Montana and the suggestion is made that by addressing any of these who arc the authorized agents of the Government It will be to thq advantage of the reader who will be given the fullest and most authen tic information regarding the results of mixed farming dairying ranching and grainraising and also supply in formation as to freight and passen ger rates etc etc- Siotleti It Down An amusing story is told of the editor of a goahead London evening newspaper who in the eternal rushing to press to get ahead of the opposition was constantly im necessityforA terrific boiler explosion bad taken place on board a big ship lying at Ports mouthGet down there as hard as you can he said to one of his men If you catch the 1140 from London bridge be there soon after two and can just wire boilitAnd the reporter went Soon after two romhimTerrific explosion Manowar Boiler empty Engineer full Funeral tomor row Tit jt Keeping Innulty at flay Old GentlemanSo you think my daugh herDudlcigh yourlamilybeanMedicahNew Cure for Lame flack CGetcheilmterestbyappears that last winter Mr Getchcl sorenessin madeitall remedyfor andheandMrsaysI boxes of Dodds Kidney Pills according to directions and my lame KagamaasrepresentedThis is very popular here and ofDackache magi yjTo Cure a Cold In One flay Andruggistsrdund The blacksmith is a blow bardwhen his fire is low Farm Journal One of the essentials of the happy homes of today is a fund of information as to right living and the best methods of promoting health and happiness With proper knowledge each hour of recreation of enjoyment and of effort may be made to contribute to that end and are of not less value than the using of the most wholesome foods and the selecting of the best medicinal agents when needed With the wellinformed medicinal agents are used only when nature need assistance and while the importance of cleansing the system effectually when bilious or constipated has long been known yet until within recent years it was necessary to resort to oils salts extracts of roots barks and other cathartics which were found to be objectionable and to call for constantly increased quantities Then physicians having learned that the most excellent laxative and carminative principles were to be found in certain plants principally in tub leaves the California Tig Syrup Co discovered a method of obtaining such principles in their purest condition and of presenting them with pleasant and refreshing liquids is the form roost acceptable to the system and the remedy became known as Syrup ofFiau figs were used with the plants in making it because of their ureeable taste This excellent remedy is now rapidly coming into universal use as the best of family laxatives because it is simple and wholesome and cleanses and sweetens the system effectually without disturbing the natural functions and without unpleasant after effects and its use maybe discontinued when it is BO longer required All who would enjoy good health and its blessings should remember that it is the one remedy which physicians and parents wellinformed approve and recommend and use and which they and their little ones alike enjoy because of its pleasant flavor its gentle action and its beneficial effects Syrup of Pigs isjor sale by all reliable druggists at the regular price of fifty cents per bottle in original packages only having the name of the remedy Syrup of Figs and the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co printed on the front of every package 4Back up to the fire tonight and have some one rub your LAME BACK with Mexican Mustang Liniment Youll steep like a top and have a good goun4 back free from pain in the morning Hofr an abscess in the Fallo plan Tubes of Mrs Hollinger was removed without a surgical operation 1 had an abscess in my side in the fallopian tube the fallopian tube is a connection of the ovaries I suffered unfold misery and was so weak I could scarcely get around The sharp burning pains low down in my side were My physi clan said there was no help for me unless I would to the tt J4beforePinklramg Vegetable Compound which fortunately I did and it has made me a stout woman My advice to all women who suffer with any kind of female trouble is to commence taking Lydia E PlnkhamS Vegetable Compound at onceMns IUA S UOLLINOE- HStilvideO01lio55000or fOfjnao about Ittttr proving gtnulneneis cannot t prodactt It would seem by this state ment that women would save time and much sickness if they would get Lydia E Plnkhasns Vegetable Compound at once and also write to Mrs Pinkuam at Lynn Mass for special ad vice It free and always helps No other person can efvo such helpful advice ns Mrs Piukham to women who arc sick F AH the Requirement The YouthSir I came to a k yourcon sent to my marriage with vnnr Hnthtor rhe Ole l your income sufficient Jto wifeIt addition to that it is suffi cient to enable me to stand an occasional touch from mjr wifes father Say nonmore young man ihes yours Bless you my sonStray Stories Ills idea Mrs Kenpecque Married men live longer than single men and it serves themright Detroit Free Press Oathinff the Ilnbj Young mothers naturally feel anxious about the babys is best to begin at six weeks to put the little one in the water first folding a soft towel in the bet torn of the basin Use only Ivory Soap as many of the highly colored and per fumed soaps are very injurious to the ten der skin of an infant ELEANOR R PARKER Sillicus Everyone says he is a genius i Cynicus Then I guess he might It takes genius to convince other people that you are one Philadelphia HalesHoneyPike a Toothache Drops Cure in one minute A life without principles and principle without life are to be avoided United Presbyterian Pisos Cumre cannotbe toohfi hlyspo as a cough cureJiv OBrien 322 Third Ave N Minneapolis Minn Jan C 1900 Jealousy is the drop of bitter that pre vents the wine of love from cloying the palate Town Topics The Chicago l NorthWestern is fie only fdouble track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River VHornIf you want creamery prices do as tho J creameries do use June Tint Butter Color What is it that makes men great papal Persistent advertising my son Clcr q lmd Plain Dtalcr T ChiIFaith overcomes many failures Raml 4 Horn POTATOES 250 a Bbl JrgaMgywrocIedPittIaArks JlWIsroaaiaayIeIuioft45bpcA eirtbeap bka4spirTuIiRpeIts Maari ra GIaICIrcr etcapoanalpiot lOsptat N Kt 11167 wsiw wsuuvco ro ADVndTa J t It 1 9 r7 2L2G OWfflGSVILLI OUTLOOK OUTLOOK JUBLISIIING CO YIXGSVILLE KY SlPER jADVANCE A idrfss nil communications to t TiirOuTLooK PcnusiiiNO Co or to t Joux W IloxAKEit Owfngaville1 ivy THURSDAY FEB 1J 1001I i ANNOUNCEMENT For Circuit Court Clerk I We lire authorized to tLflflOtIfl James L Conner lit a candidate f 11 Circuit Clerk of Bath county ti I jtct to the action of the itVIh 9c party Election November 1003 We aro uthori7ed to announce SjMark us a candidate fur Circuit Court Clerk uf Hath conn ty Biibject to the action of tIll c Democratic party ISENATOR JlontlAX refuses to even a fnthurInliiw of the ILnftl t TS Cnrmlho4I I4 TOE bill for laliuitting tiio fu untimil southwestern territories to State ineSiiice It hug been tacked on to thefell Postulllce appropriation bill s ANDIUCXV CAUNEUIK oiicred to bo Venezuelas angel 3600009 worth 1f when Germany held out for that l suni in cash Carneiu in tho real TotaccSIreply to the question whether lie would accept the Democratic nomination Grover Cleveland re plied like the Delphic oracle and etill did it so neatly that he loives A scoldtt == enti5i5 oUHIJOrCe Cab inet will have one more member and Uncle Sam many hundred iit J inoro of people on his payrolls SIf tho making of books and of licea thoro is no end I 1 BKTAX says some more that ho 15de Jnotand will nut be a candidate for the Democratic Presidential iii imhe4 3t ination in 1901 But ho doesnt 4t 61 he wont bolt if the s nomuncihit IL one who didnt support lUDOHTHE French scientists who have succeeded in producing colored natural silk by Ieedirg the wo- ilt on leaves smeared with the ci desired have ytvon President Roose velt a pointer in regard to climin uling tho vexatious color line Tutdal of Saxony is the divorce of Crown Prince Frederick andy Ieter Crown Princess The stage and i dsoture platform of the United j States are now open to conespo nilciti ent Giron and his royal paramour p BRYAN was afraid to a I tOIBryanhn8Anight have practiced the fork go lnwncnuptyknufocnuueup roll a t tiund go mnio grub thai hip hittd bruthiorDemocratS Tm hr1l1d tft11 JiterSI0 JivcinLtncnh League atColUui bUs O ua Lnlo a birthday jaude iio aiin for haunchilrthjjaom of Win R w LenteIhils boom is nearly curtain to set 7i44 frobtbttten r ScxATou II ANNAS bill to pension cformer slaves is a sorry piece of t It stands no vurthly show hi for ennctment1naisc3 falsoopcn- iecin its propoied htndflela nnL15givs adventnrert opport tin 7 X ties to swindle the ignorant and credulous of tin exelaves 1 TOE Kansas legislature b 7a 1voteof 62 to 51 refused women tbtaless thinking that there Enough Voters already especially i i4 A large percentage of good S doitt take enough interest in eke IliIi TnB Venezuelfl trouble hs nt p 1a9Lbcon referred to the Hagueln terntstlonnl Court of Arbitration 4s bin payday Will some for Vene zuela lnevlt4lJly Muniter Bowen L1 has earned luternatJona Inmo Its u diplomat and ii about the only Il that comes out of the embroglio with anytlo y 2a = THE antitrustlegislation of ClInI L gress is a case of much cry A lime wool The Elkins b pro hibiting freight rebates and dtll criminations and making Ita pen Ity for both common carriers and JBhier to violate the spro4 visions is in course of enactment Z It wijl amount to Lt1c foI4 WM J BBTAN made a speech at It J the banquet of the JllffersonJaokt son Lincoln League us 1 L q O lastThursday night Heroast d the deserters fromthe i Democratic party hut it la not C Jlkely that he strengthened his par jtyanybyit The members of the iiLea jueinay be Democrats but theihejghLofahsurdItyofeap THE Senate committee by a vote 1Of6t 8 reported odvsrpely the t nomination of thenpgro Dr W Delj v pruai to be Collector of the Portof la Cbar eeton S C TJie matter will 6efoiight out in the Senate thftpr6b9Afiity of ifie majority ails1a q wining PreBideiit Rrtoseyelt by LenRirmnung CrLlinimOmintLion i c rfjc2tipn WOIiiu be very emuar assW rTic J tQ the President who would 7 likely feel under obligations to lIt wppji t another negro in order to lii 4 s iiili colortest rf tl3en er3 tit j tD 0 e Lx c HAHIIEFON for Circuit Judge and flattery for Commonwealths AlI torn ey hiltun easy victory for u Democratic nominations in our neighboring Nineteenth Juiliciul district precinct meetings Sittur iIIIIJ Tlo convention meets at Vlmcebiirg the 25tli inst == JKENTUCKY is becomn somethit II delicoalprotlucliigIn U 02 there were mined 64212GG short ton nn increase of over u million tons over 1001 However ttCr warranted or not in thisTIliect Iii there is a decided prefer ptu e for coiil at a I vric perc= tcredIftill Confederate 0113 at Pewee ItV a larger niituher of vetern thiii nee rathdthe frie takndsto r eia ittollford = =U S CIUCUIT IUDUU Gnocisci of Chicago in an address nt Mb ICigo n University Saturday said ct that the trust situation must rervfirmcdt It is strange that tho trust magnates dont see that such is the vitablu outcome The Rocko er fortune in us natural growth into tha billions is a menace ihtit cant be disreznrdedwesa TUB House Philippine Tariff gra niedit reduction from 75 CCO guteR on impoitatlons from the Philippines Tho Senate commit amended it by granting free trade in nil products except sugar and tobacco which Ire taxed 50 per cent Such a thing as a show to the Philippines is not to ho ted faStateswise GEN BASIL W DUKE doubtless greatly astonished PresidcnlRoose veil as one Kentuckian who do di ned a great otilce The President tendered him tho nomination for U S Circuit Judge to succeed Judge Day and urged him to nc pt but Gen Duke being c mittod to other applicnntefclt that couldnt with entire honorlelihi in self accept Gen dA totedistinguished honor to Kentucky CORRESPONDENCE Crooks sickIcoDIr idylacrrleysGM Ewing is visiting his sip Mrs Chas Leer in Bourbon Co Tom Hartgrovo sold his farm of 18 acres to Robert Crooks for 100 h Mrs Mollie Thomas and de Iiflte penfl this week George Barnes sold to Omar Willson 13 hogs at 5i per Ib JgF Johnson sold to same party hogs at 585 pT hundred O Turlcy nd fnnii wcr li seL1grulI ay vsit 1ti theIy w c r to illhelSgo thorn to shtiruransro Cltv T J Havens sold a horse to 0 Call for alBto Mt Sterling parties Mrs T R RulHlF Maude and r Rigimmieiion anti wife at Owingsville Thursday 11 Newman arid Albert Gray suld their tobacco to T R Rotllff fc Co nt 6e per lb tMsEmma Colllvor retu rime nfterartMissesISunsetInveryIIIutnight is very much improved Mrs Emily Bradley is quite poorly Invitations are out announcing the wedding of Miss MirandaBrad- ley of this place to Mr Taylor Bradley of Wyoming Wednesday aftornoon Fob 18that S oc HavenshMud Lick thJohnElms Hlevins bought a pair of mules Court day for 175 Mr McKinley is drilling ano thenK well in the Embryoil fieldICarrington Wills bought two auwa from Wm North of JiJNewt and Charlie 7I gntiGranvillepia sold four shoats to Tom Me urly for 18 Some tow farmers havo made n start towards farming in this Qthepnirof125 und a mare Hy nntunl count up to the pros thssMrs Cam Roberts and Mrs gr me Grain of Stono Quarry passed here one daylaet neck en route to juinthelr husbands in egt ttiIISIlobcrsonnfformerly of Bath Co is pub hlhgin monthly paper The Illanis HiiTdhcyidl Anyone wishing F- oae pnpd wriSIrJnnJvi r1f Nj i If p Boone North of Salt Lick was here Saturday lo see his father Ltifn North who hits quit Jaebetter at the prctlntriting- Flat CrookWMrs Sudic Toy is some better The Hamilton Farm Co hushed vering tobacco last weekofMiss Annie Iromcgem of Bethel ppent several days on Flat Creel lust week rrJr2IrJ IV degenanti moved to itgoiItDnilcy Williamson says ho would er cut weeds than cat when he ungry but I guess it is n mis l IUppor Prickiy AshcoeCuleb RatlilF and wife visil teqcul relatives at Snit Lick lust week I 0Mrs Jennie Hamilton visited hen lucInj The sick aro all improving cept Altnanza Stone Ho is poe with la grippe and tonsllitis James Shrout and wife of near Sharpsburj visited the form mother Mrs Nuucy Shrout ek nndIwereeroneDday lust week Mrs W J Shiout son Re and little daughter Elizabeth ited Mrs Robert Briston on I latmi Creek lust Friday LirGrant Coyle and wife of lower Prickly Ash visited the formers John Coyle and I from Saturday till Monday Mrs Robert Bristow Mrs W Clarkand Misses Fee itonm Shrout and Arizona Bristow ofst Jessamine Co wore guests of Mrs Dollio Lyter one day last week Slate Valley So much rain is retarding then farm workhedayNowtni ght Sam Shultz on his way Odessa to see Dr Jones Mark Ulory and sons George and Clarence of Menard county III are visiting relatives herepI see we have correspondence from Mud Lick Glad to hear from old friends Hope they ntinue to write tiEnochst week to George Peed one op at 7 cents and the oilier nt 5 nts Chris Garner bought a and one shont from a Mr Sorrell at 525 per hundred Died Feb 8th 1903 Mrs N ayesestera husband and two children Fun wife of John W Coylo ofup r Prickly Ash and George of Marshall Co Kansas to mourn their lossNthrippeilpneuraonia hilt ullorthe skillful tol Dr Gudgell her lungs ared anl htLfevet vv 1I gwvr In spite of her os I rn e it was thought hy her pby and friends that she would soon be well again but on Sunday morn lnS after telling her family e wanted for breakfast she upShewhilemShe l the attention her husband andS aseighborsa rotgoadthe White Oak Christian Church but having been afflicted tar many rears she could not attend D usHereB usHeUniond00 ellbought a mare DCB E W McKinney ton 40 m lauleR fauntoChnrleybuild a dwelling house on Ge W Williams 25 acres on the r Thomas C Ragland and wife moved in with Wesley Altroy poorkWm A to fooklast JemmlTonHainhas foatePrlistAlpha B McKinney was united marriage to Miss Kate K1lGrassy Crock Morgan llth jThe writer extends his con Urn gratulations to them wishing that ft1 e longer they lite the happierf iey maybeA B x r Martin of Carlisle is prei paring to build n plant for pump In niongd Church ground for the Flat Rock il Co It doesnt look right me to use the church ground that way I think it is making merchandise out of it Just think pumping dye church receiving i of tho oil QoundJnrd8 to the company 4 OLD HICKOUT A fine old KenV 1sTake a little for thy stomachs sake d for thine other infirmities rsateby 1SfATcUIBoN Owl ngs le Ky = a b A ro Beach Woods Jo 0emes Hedger continues poorly ii iimmiehouse illie Norris gave the young folks a dance lust Tuesday night Clydc tho forirteeuycnrold SCElMarsh Bailoy was thrown a his iluiyearmthe Joelbowfet this writingS y M has begun in the neigh bort Funodnea 1arJlr moved into the house vnC Mr Tu = kett Allio Stono ng to hou ckccJlininthu house where Ollie lived Last Friday evening as Georgollioyd Mandturning from Owinxaville th Irllm of four horses became rigt d nile ran nwar 0llio succeed ttX the Mmgroat presence of mine in the LIIent he handled his team Ioniv Pca1Illisboro rTown Marshal Sam Gardiner CIS8tternreA J McCartney und wife MLDenton and wife Sunday M C Saunders bought the toll ga opteIan Plains turnpike for 390 Chas ingrain and wife moved grnndfsle from town buTliodiintiice compelling property hold ors to build plank sidewalks ntront of their residences T are much needed IVThe Telephone Exchange oved Friday from DenionDi ry ore to Mrs G A Hawkins r iII denco The Hillehoro Telephone Co will in the next tow build a line to Sunset and is talking of building one to Grange City whun completed will have about 50 exchangehere Bothel Tom Reids children have ses fevar a lacuThe family of John Cluukenbi aro all 8ickloillSqulro S T Howard and diii r Miss Lena visited D S Tru ridaywiTom Trumbo of Nicholas Co SIWrum o Mrs W W Spates has been nrMiss Ada Crockett of MonroE was the guest of Miss Susan Greg ory Inst week burgNe sale of his fathers property Goods at tho sale of John A smiths S tMrlay brought prices A large t ql1Ij 8CL lUrotigli Discoid 1f1 111rl lJSairs Jako Boyd visited at Mc floM last week Her daughter MillerskcoealthMiss Susan Gregory will teach spring school the 1st of March Miss Maggie Bofts in G gatilendJohn Horton wife and Buck Mrs Jea and children WI and Charley of Montgomery Co vBridayOdesaSWm Manloy has moved from W Powers place to J S Ander sons place J L Darnell was in Cincinnati st week buying goods for 18 ttier I R DamnellfoF F Tackett sold and gavo SnedogarfW heBHappy Manley sold their tobacco Toorw 1 Uncle Omar Willson engaged the llowing lambs her last week J W Gudgells J W Darnells and A Harbors at 5Jo for Juno oiBmare last Saturday to Mort Sorrell r 113 The latter bought an her the same day from Ambrose Jones for 150 FrDrbaonethe outside and the Doctor ovo in this week Died infant thowerschoolhouse of thmembraneous lharlingthe Atchison graveyarddo thinjoung folks Saturday night The boys furnished the sugar and exittract end thgirls made the Innrothen they nil pulled for life w A RcKAWAr As G W Boyd and iforo romlivcrlng is ville Friday their fourhorse team SaaveswhereOH pulled them into the fe mollshlng7 or 8 panels of te tt1lJSep kepntlo Sgb A f Jf iiuOlyrriDia W Young of Wilmore is vis iting mlson Civile Will Williamson Is very sick We hope ho will recover soon Mrs J K Jackson visited hir mother in Owiugsville Wediies tiny der W A Williams of Forgo 11nill was here on business SIIUII lust week hn Williamson has returned from Magollin county utter u scv litnyIor some reason unknown Elder son failed to fill his appuint Sundayisd Monday from Lttington where f he hue been to have her eyes trent rs Sofa Penix 1fre9 Thurs 3 lo join her husbnl t Straight tbeirJr and Mrs Richard Costit- ertained un n number of young frivnds at their liomu Tuesiluy ev ng in honor of their guest ZI IiAs viaeVbninget JUStoops John Sampson and family moved to Mt Sterling last week John W Thompson sold his crop of tobacco to Will Clay at 6c Mrs Robert S Smith of HilU boro 0 is visiting relatives h eraMt ceharrisons moved to Prewitt Youngs fi A large crowd from all directions StamperfY ofalBotbSu Green Trimble and family Friday for Platte Co Mo to n their homed Lawrence Faasott bought a sow and pigs from A Q Thomas of Ewington for 30 John S Goodpl8ter hnufarm near CnmlHgo and w bLotProf Throop began his spring term of school hare Monday with a rge enrollment of scholars ofrry is recovering from pneumonia leftlbpsh Mr Stamper well in his new homo Lee Taul and wife of Camargo and Southgnto Cox of Cairn were guests of the formers mo Mrs Sarah Taut last week aturdnJdMissouri llo is greatly plonsci ith that country rind will ruuitimegJ henry C Gillespie ofide t ill Clark Co is candidate rar r 0Ilror yI oe ro his inyMil4 ui him aM EiaJo uf Cl1 j s11eCraTtolisnUctloneer iho foiiwiug m turltcow 4175 heifer 2750 hogs 6th higbItgiKnoblaPlentyIeTh 0 mince are not doing much There are somo few lambs- eather bud for them CaptPimanwent to Mt Staring Monday to buy cattle Charley Fowler moved lila mill to the Flood hollow to aixif Slosser iWm Jackson has rented tho 80 companyfor Ioron business in regard to r pension Stock so far has wintered well here is plenty of feed to run the Ople through Uncle Cam Rice was over Friday He has been sick some this winter w but ia still active asa boyil- lalather has retarded drilling exFrombrought back Monday evening from j8Fromcaboys7S been on iThe dirt roads are about closed for travel The turnpikes tro get ting in a bad condition In fact ere are some portions that are worn to bed rock some places rough In repairing I notice kt there ia a wabovalstese muttthThere was a timo perhaps when was all right and proper for rail ads to hue been owned by pri 8t- vate corporations That was boo they were in such universal T 1mnow upon rythSng the farmer minor or man W- ufncturerproduces must now be mnied to market by them They heehecea c eetQr a public highway But gtkeeptedUjJ itj5SrjICt t t bi i or g 1 i r f1tt r COi5 UFTGE FaM EWING LANEj drs flWl m tii5 Agents for the heirs of the late F M Ewing we 1l on THURSDAY FEBRUARY 261903 I At the tobacco barn on the Owingsville and Mt Ster ling turnpike road about 31imiles from Mt Ster 1m an tndlands towit The Hamilton Farm of about 361 acres situated on the east sideof the Owingavilie and Mt Sterling turnpike road about 3J mile vfroro the same land F M deI stasedtwomyou agasorchard etc No better farm can be found in the is clwithinis on U S Mail Rural Delivery ItoutethThe Thomas H Grubba farm aide of the Owingsville and Mt Sterling turnpike road about 5 miles Ewingllecea8Gd Inndkein tetheba thrnlivery Route and within 2 miles of Ewington Station The Lane farm containing about 160 acres lyingon tho west side oftthe Owingsville und Mt Sterling turnpike road and about 5 mllet EwingIvrgrass clover There are two tenant housos a good orchard and everlasting water supyly It ia on a U S Mall Rural Delivery route and within 2 miles of Ewington Station The Harper farm on the waters of Harper Crook adjoining the lai dsis 01 Mrs T J Thomas Dr R Q Drake W T Fitzpatrick and others about 3J miles from Mt Sterling Ky containing about 150 acres 135 ac useresa good stuck barn with nn everlasting water supply The Howards Mill pike farm containing about 115 acres lying on both sides of the Mt Sterling and Howard Mill turnpike road about I wiles from Mt Sterling Ky adjoining the lands of Thos H Fox Mra J W Gatowood the late N ij Lloyd and Mra Sarah Hamilton F his farm is down in blue grass has a small tenant house a good lock barn with nncvcrln1ipEsupply of water erAll of the above named farming lands aro under flrstclaas fence On Friday February 27 1903 tho promises aa said agents we will oI1i tn the highest und h dder the FORGE MILL FARM containing 340 ncrv including th I rtatordell Mill property lying on the Owingsville and Wyoiaing turnjiiko road about 3miles northeast of Owiughville ICy This farm Intp orgood brick dwelling house with three ltOrchlJnd hi ctntjus wild lino stock barn carriage house crib Iud other outrmililinjrs Itallunas n tetiant house It is well watered by Shito creek which run through it All but 80 acres of this farm la tnblucs The farm lias the wellknown tcrdell GrIst mill run by water power from hto vre4 t I J HltMSAWof ropfriev nillbo en l 4 lcaph oBotbird in one year and onetIrt in two years tile itofsrred payments to r i in liens upon the lands to securetheir payments and to be evidtinced negotiable notes bearing 6 per ceut interest from their date Hut e purchasers may pny all cash or may pay said noted at any time bIpaying tho interest to the time of such payweatsSThe sales will be wAde subject to survey and the purchasers will be ven possession upon complying with the terms of side on MARCH t 1903 The purchasers will be required to pay the tuxes on said nds for the year 1903 theForundersigned MT STERLING KY Intending purchasers will be shown over lands at any time- Sale will begin each day at 10 oclock am HOBT C GATEWOOD PIEECEWINNfor Heirs Stopatone TIe sickat ikaaq Karricks are fuc3tktirelyvell soon tIrsW B Henry is some better alAo Mrs Andy Masterson and Mrs Claude Wilson are better Mrs Wm Helwlg who has been on the sick list for some timo but who took a turn last week for the husbkndso I went to work again Monday morn g Alexander Karrick and bride are pecting to leave for Indiana to ake their future home about tb first of March Good luck to then our with wherever they may lo te- John Caasity Sr will havo his sale Tuesday the 24th and will leave Old Kentucky for West Vir ginia to make his future home readyddersmonths time The talk is that Frank Brown ill open up in tho Sondheimer nnd about the first of March e hope he will as he would make ings lively and bring the old stand back to what ita9 some years bucka flrstclasa general reSThos Garrett has rented the W Turlev farm nt this place for goInge dont see why be should as there should surely bo some girl that would bo willing to Se his lpmate in his lonesomeness that will find it put if he does atch Say Tom why dont you close the trade with the Salt Well rl either upper or lower or some tho Stepstone ones Try them In succession ard ehe one t r t FJ i tJ o = a you can got to say yes first you will surely wish you had be youdontIContinued0 B B Frank Hedge has an assistant barber who ia up in all the Den t artlstFHetions Cokes Dandruff Cura FERTILIZt B I c Uornh p Oundredseed fertilizer warranted to be best u TJjU Ibarb That Old Clock stoppinrandme and have It put In order keeltimeofSOc on alarm clocks and ing on 8 day clocks All work Tin WItlonbaBtscot yaOwingsville iS t yj 5i5 5 hEtYS I I A MAGNIFICENT LIBRARY fITEST THAT PROMISES TO PF50VE UNUSUALLY INTERESTING DETAILS IN FULL A number of Owingsvilles enter pni sing merchants have arrarigoV j 4 what will prove the most interest 9contest betweenJOwiugsville City Schools oi1 kJSaltJ Acker Lodge A O Uifi t Ribertson IoIlOA 0 ffPSI t T Bath Co renchlu I r Knights of Pythilns 5knightsColored U B F and ILE S A Or any club church or organization of the town or county r J The prize will be magnificent 11 brary consisting of v The Dr Dwight ExPresident of Y ale University edition of 4 sets of the Worlds Great Classics contain iIng set of ClassIc Histories set ol j Classic Science and Philosophy etT of Jlussic Essays nut Orations set Classic Drama EngllIb and Orl tnl Literature Eacli and every one ofihese bookjare specimens of the best mechanic i al execution which examination fbliionore where the nbhv Is Invited t call and InsuectBameSThe conditions of the contests are3 follows lodgechurchscfaool7 Subpublic or private Is WlRlbla to e contest Votes for Individaala will not be counted Wtlt cacrr ten cent cash purcbas a ticket will boigiven by the merchants iijjough whose liberality this grait library is furnished on which wilt be writ j n the amount of the purchase sari ie number of votes The urchaser will write on the ticket the aaoe institution or organization for irhe or shedeslres to vote slgnv their name and deposit the ticket ft4i the ballot box In the storo whereJh j purchase fa made Sw The standing of the will be published 10utestantI sue of TIlE OWI u ntil March 27 1903 when the tnalnlng votes wilt be counted 1e1the magnificent library awarded tho organization having the lar number of votes Tizr O1ITLoeiiiiS publish in each issue a coupon that will entitle the holder to ten yotoSi t t institjfcnfor same when delivered to the office1 Of this paper d Voting tickets van be secured bnlys tram the following stores Mrs D S Estill Dry Goods audil 1 jJamesItauds Clothing BootvTiml YShoos e E L lr A T Byron BnrdwareSullil Farming luiplemetilsSJohn T Kiutbruugh JRruga and 1 Toilet Gnult lr Jacksonrczjzazud Cur rents Palmer A Coons Blacksmith and Carriage WorksSProtbM Ewing Groceries lK scorn tiair ell Jeweler andJp tfciauv t3 jEugene MIrUbausaddlesand HiI 1t i tneas frRmbalmer J LUess Fuueral Director 7iIf 4 Dawson Cornier LIvery 21 land Feed Stable J t iMPOETANT f ttickets as now accounts when the account g paidIii4S ii 2Thosocouductil1gthetest wUlplensecount and re each Monday afternoon at THSO LOOK office the result of the ba and also bruur ho ballots tied up t paper with the firms name writ 3orFob 17 was lIsfolloft jAcker Lodge A O 1LW 11 Robertson Lodge A O UW75 nights of Maccabees8asons aptistMlssyChurch18 i2iTVKIfT ci 8hlt I resbyterian Chtirch5aEirsCnnnereSchool10IIChurcJis lymniaChurchilnteValleyChurch141 1 nth Co Teachers Library nltedDaugbters ofConfedaracyJSO1S Lick Odd Fellows tIIV wings11IeChristlauChurchW 81ltLfekMasonn 1 r P1oauant tmurch avISchoolhouseiL L adies Aid School Society MEChureh thn n Snit Lick Public School A0U1VDistrict School No Harpers UHS 4BinF t ii AlIE Church SPRIN1903 Blue Grass NurserieUfffGS J Fruit and ornamental trees gre Jvines small fruits l8r 2and everytlungCororeh i wn and garden StrawberrjMj itgeneral catalogue on 2 phones v q J HF Hillenn LEXING it ct Fon SALBUoo c1 and 68 acres of Salt Well Branch abOUI9ii ist of Owingaville about 3 cultivationlQ acrea in cIa lance in grass Good weir rd Possession giyon MarcJ x ffLt STEI145 f7 Ji i 1 1 r f u 0 fj n t