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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d 2 I WI iJ 7 l J J i a a 1 Tp iJfK f 7 I f r c 1 i r J I J ttV tv I i f nv t bg I mInJtull utIook4 JIP i t Fr rrI 1t f lie i J 1jVOL XXIV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 26 1903 No331j II kt1 5 When you hnvo n news item or wish to comuium onto with TilE OUTLOOK office by phono ring up 57 L 4 i The Loader leads For salo by t ZBrother k Co I t loge are bringing 8740 for the 1 top in the markets f Dont forget to Bee the chenp J t 4 counter at Mrs Eetills 4i Try BFrank Perry for theCatl 4 raouB White Star CoffeeNeold very well at the Mrs n sale Saturday 4 1ThinRpicture trames 1 to 1251 d J M BnoTUcn 4P d clean groceries B Frank Lr delivery try 4 I Perry Bob Bristow of Flat Creek had n good 2yearold steer to die of week d 1bleckleglait 5JLstweek was the most Revere of J It was eBpeoially som I Vua on young lambs I All trains wore delayed last week his 1 by the snow and the mails were irregular in consequenceg tTS Shrout bought a horse of 4 WIlL Carmichael for 115 and sold t one lo Albert Day for 150vRev W W Hornet of Sharps yet r L V burg preached in the PoliecJudgas Courtroom Sunday afternoonh 4 Lambs for delivery from th SOlh of June to in July are heiner engaged by local buyers at 5olaCarload barbed and smooth wire A just received prices low and guar OfanteedE L A T BTRON WE MUST HAVE OUR MONET so please call and settle S SLUBBER jj Those indebted to Palmer 1 Coons pleaeo call and settle S04t OsCAR PALMER jWI you want an auctioneer I am your man Terms reafontble M D FARISfitx We have our floor full of the 0 Leader cook sloven Buy one and- O C be happy BROTHER k CoT J ltJRlchart boughtToeph Il ILathramVorop of fnlucnoon lowI er Prickly Ash at640 per hund red geICo were n YUle breaks Thursday at 1825 to 630 tThe largo part of the snow had r meitsil upto Monday night butnn i Tuesday morning it began snowing ejtaln J3t2j Atotiinn Prllled 100 bOIZtnTlintu fn aht1T O Turley for last half ofJuly ds livery nt 6c 4Saturday Sunday and Monday Were bright beautiful days over head but as Capt Galvin eaysfew of us were going that way A number of workmen wero l gaged Tuesday raorning in reniIvD Ing the landslide on the n rows on the Fiepstone pike 11tcook stove and White sewing ma chins Bud Brother tells thezt7 I Carload of Birdsell wagons all eizas every one guaranteed prices the lowestJ LLATBYRONc 0The St LouU Oil Cfli drilled 5h a its seventh well on the Embry tract b r last Friday at ft depth of 418 ftt It fromises to be a good producer Frank joleroan of Fbrnia Ontario Caneda fell from a lumber pile at Farmers Monday breaking r his leg and receiving internal in juries lInnAW Bascom lost a valu f able Bo a Duchess Shorthorn cow last week She slipped on an icy s hillside and Injured herself so that abe had Lob killed She was rail o Jog two calves p YounzrnirrelcOtt1iesiUBt5tartr Sn raistakeif they dont see Brother t Goodpsstcrs stotk before they buy i They shore can fit you out cheapt than anybody terf FOB SiM Planing and grist mill rasaw concave saw ripsaws f 25borse power boner and engine i vaaobinery comparatively new will Bali all or any part in OwinltTltte KniINNVAN a lBenGutsAND FORWITCBB T 6 in the new year with p large and complete stock of bug leg and furniture of all kinds to riIIUD1tRinners in housekeep lr him Cash p r t iredit t Fiaeral Furnishings Prompt igipasnta and modern services iilSe dealer in firstclaps furniture i ru descriptions Call and see Veforp rcha ine elsewhere M D TARTS OwIneTville Ky t1 i4 rJ L HMSv Funeral Director and IEusbalaur FORtsiuA full set of bicyclip and gun tools consisting of foot 1 lathe brazing forge all kinds of small tools kinds of bicycle nn l repairB also 8 bicyjclea and 2 breechloading gu n sN th- JAPoWER er h IiAt9 Qwingav1llejK i 0 r jv t h t f J le rJjft f9 1 orj r tpPtJIFTE1i ttq1t1f1A lctl PERSONAL Emmet Kratiuaii wont to Loxing ton Monday Hon It II Wlnn of Mt Sterling was hero lust week on business Georgo P Jones was in Morehend from Friday untlldar on bus i ness noldsillIeinoiiin A N Crooks went to Lexington Friday to consult Dr Aitkiu lie re- urned FridaytJohn on A ajrlors Branch are nil recovering froirt their illness mownMrs isayn1 Barnes nt Salt Lick Deo Conner of Ashland spent from Saturday night till Monday norning with lila family Rov s George O Barnes was the uest of Mr and Mrs T S Shrout tof fsGeorlofinglingHon Daniel Harper returned Sat of urday afternoon from the bedside of son Morton at Catlettsburg s tittle Bartlett Paxton at his t JtJcwSam0vcrU e Clay Byron who recently went topt Louis returned to Ashland propositionsClyde Daniel of Louisville came unday to take a vacation until the tter part of the week on account of very sore arm from vaccination daulhters Co ddayBarnes P iearporMrs Walter Harper of Mtterlingoattended the burial of per Tuesday Elder Amos Kendall of Carring pnrnlzedNewsomewhat being able to movo his g a little but not his arm on the af eted sideOSrockdessa left Moiitfy morning on II prospecting tourl ear Springfield ito select n ideation for homes heir families will join them later cr Miss Mary Gnd ell went TuesclaX IU Dherll who is under treatment return Jrldayt visltMr and Mrs 3ttTyler nt Lyndon Miss Emily IUMrweekI OnWllst o thermometer registering six degrees below zero at 5 oclock tie gfind with s contents tlceJo night of Insl week The loss ie 2000 to 3 000 Inc n diarism is suspected tl Grant Pettlt in jnilon tho charge worshipISatur4ayfternoon lu eputy Jailer Robert Nixon in the hollow beyond the Cemetiryp metcant keep me from selling cheaper any house in town Come in o see for yourself MRsD S ESTILL of tlduyash bidder 8 to 10 acres corn land t liluegrassJAUES H Lowncr We are gradually increasing ourtline8 of hardware stoves and plements and will always seHyoun JWeBROTHER CopTOBACCO SALES John W Cor bins purchases near Preston CHS hy Brothers at 6and Sc on White Oak Tom Snedegar and Al Ien ut SIc TowSnedegnra at5ic Rileyhandlers TieExtra fat butchers stuff is bring LIo1400 Ihs up are quoted at 460 to 5and extra fat butchers steers and heifers are quoted at 4 to 465rFQHIKOSBURG CouwrW W Rodgers of Reynoldsville was at Flemingsburg Court Monday Ho a reports the cattle market better than on the previous Court day- S me iOU to 300 were offered Trade Jin mules and horses was Bkandprices well maintained He bought a horse for 65 and one for 75 To CHANGE R F D ROUTE SOMEWHAT There is such diAsat Isfactionon the part of the people in the Reynoldavill neighborhood with the rural free delivery rout out from Sharpsburg that a pot lon is being circulated and largely signed to have the carrier come o II to and take tho mail direct to Reynoldsville As it is now their mail goes from here around by Ml Sterling to Sharps burg and is sent out from that place making it some days longer in reaching tim people than if it went fcom Uejo hP We sell tho Leader cook stove White Rowing machine Chnttanoo ga chill 1ii 0 chill nnd Avery steel plows either will please you BROTHER it Co IDELAYED TilE MAIL Owing t tho snowdrifts on the render ingpassable MuiKfl rrier Freeman did not make hitfauHytrips on Tues f day Wednesday and Thursday Om 1ItFriday be made it on horseback XLAST DIVIDEND The affairs of he Bluegrass Building and LoanI tssociationbe wound up with a final dividend c of 27 yor cent to tho stockholders rakingaid There aro a number of local EtockholdersIhURT nr FtLLOn Inst Thurs lay morning John T Kimbrough when ho reached his drug1 tore found that lie had loft his koy at home Ho went to the rear the store and raising a window tartod to climb in Hi foot aught on the window sill and he ell severely injuring his leg He owever is able to be at his place business To Buy A ConK LnaA man by he name of Jones from near BeoV o yvilie Lee county was In town turdaolicitiag contributions ith which to buy a cork leg one G nmputtttd t d by the accidental discharge of a istol dropped byslofoes He had w ecured thirtyodd dollars tl amount necessary being fifty dof lars IcFINE TO1ccoAt the Tobacco Peed repre eenting the Louisville Warehousea bought at public hJblla er pound end 200 lbs of bright at Sic Cincinnati bought 140 s of lugs at 40c and 170 lbs ofdf red leaf at 25c These were samples exhibited at the Fair and will bo taken as a part of the Ken tucky exhibit to the St Louis Ex pnsltlonpPROBABLE CASES OF SMALLPOX AT OLY3IPIALte Monday night Dr 2 C Alexander telephoned for Dr W Walden to come to Olympia and also summoned Dr H S Pierce of Suit Lick in ordnr toN sldiIJDru tche8mAllpox but if that wasnt the seao ho didnt know what it was si WILLIAMS WARREN WEDDUG4F Wednesday Feb William A WilliamuDdMi8S Liz g Warren went down to Lexing It ton nnd were united in muriagstyaider J W McGarvoy re eiCiiCCMr und ITS iVHHams tSBed through this town Thursdaynwtheir way homo Tho bride fsaprettyyoungladyB o daughter deceased lice mother is now the Olymia ligfpIaThe bridegroom U the son of the- olate Joseph A Williams of near Forgo Hill He educated himself for the ministry of the Christian hurch attending tho Bible College r the Kentucky University Lexington He has been the pastor of e Slate Valley Church for sown throughouthison to the members of his denomI He is a superior youngf man with a promising future and his pretty bride are receiving he hearty congratulations of in numerable friends 4I0RT0N HARPERS DEATH Mor on Harper who was stricken aralysis Friday Feb 13th died Sunday night Feb 22d at tilt homo of his brother James in Cat lettsburg He had been in bad health for some years graduull growing worse though he took va 1 rious treatments in a vain endeavor to be curedrThe body was brought heres uesday afternoon and interred in Owingsville Cemeteryjwith the rites of Free Masonry byj odge No 55 Morton Harper was the third eldest son of Hon and Mrs Daniel Harper of upper Prickly Ash and as born April 23d 1853 Ho was near this town and was al most an Owingsville boy He was popular with his associates being clever companionable man ant had many warm friends who deeply mourn his decease He was a Koodt businessman and very successful He was in business for some years here later at Farmers and at the time of his death in Ashland He was an honorable man and a true friend He leaves a father mother three brothers and ono sister James of Catlettsbtirg Walter o Mt Sterling Charles of Ashland upperttheir bereavement OLD HICKOKY A fine old len whiskey Justly famous for its purityand delightful flavor Take a little for thy stomachs sake and for thine other infirmities For saleby y P ATCUISON Owing LviUej K flLIo Z lJJI FnouOrLATJo1tANearShwnee1 Oklahoma Feb 14 19031HcI OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK Dear Ed itor As it is naturally expected by my friends that I shall write them nndono way r reaching thorn than through the columns of your paper providing you can spare the space to publish t 1 live 14 miles from Shawnee is the second largest city in Oklahoma has 40000 inhabitants and is n nice city This country is beautiful and isjust rolling enough prinipalCotton wheat oats and corn arcC here Cotton is the most important crop I livo five miles rom the Indians They live in bark houses The soil is moderate Wo have had nice weather here it hasnt snowed but once since thef first of January The wind blowelfhard sometimes but we any Laud windstorms yet Well I ave written all that will be of any nterest willclose by saying I hope 1 shall soon be back in the State JOHN McGtoTHiN Hagar Oklahoma CIRCUIT CODRT This term of circuit Court was one of tho dull st ever held here No cases of particular importance were tried case of Routt vs the k 0 Railway Co was continued- ill the next term of Court Routt sued the Company for 1999 for alleged false charges on which hear imprisoned- D S Nixon was given a judg ment of 45 against the C 0- aihwayCo for the killingof a ow The ceo hind been tried be fore Judge Dougherty who gave ixon a judgment for 55 tho- mount sued for being 60 The ompany appealed the case which ad been pending in Circuit Court year The Company is out over 50 for costs alond The grand jury reported Sntur ay forenoon and were discharged Thirteen indictments were founds follows 2 breach of peace 1 selling to minor 1 assault 1 malic usly cutting and wounding 1 etit larceny 1 assault and battery detaining female I shooting at adultery concealed weapons Court adjourned before noon Saturday RESOLUTIONS HallofBathLodge o 55 Feb 24th lU031o Wor shiprulMnster Wardens nndCrafts en of Bath Lodge No 55 rue- ndersigned i Committee appointed f report rcsol tirifl5 expressive of sense of t1 s lodgo upon theIdeath BtoMvfton Harper respect fully report that MrotheHlnrper be in ame a metubvf thin Lodiie in- eb 1893 haviu taken the dehrees in another Lodge thnt duroc gtJie yewvho has tan ii ninrer of th go Ii It bin- trurflfhiaving the reo eand confiderco of allwOn the Istdayof tbia ame here from Ashland where be as temporarily living to partici ate in the sad funeral ritcs to retbcr A S Thomas Nono of us thought we would so soon bo called upon to render tho same rites to Brother Harper In tho midst of fe we ore in death None of us an know how soon we are to folfw and cross the river of rother Harperwan juei flttyyoarsm f ago was reared in and lived a quiet life leaving nocl enemies behind Therefore be esoledAmen the usual of oforbe draped in mourning for thatClength of time and that these reso bo published in the weeklyw and acopy furnished famllyo the decedentw R GUDGELLI G GEORGE O BARNE8George O jBarnes the famous evangehat preached nightly at the Court house front Tuesday night of last a week to Monday night of this weekc The attendance increased each night and more and moro ladies came Ho preached at the Chris tian Church Sunday morning and at the Courthouse Sunday after oon He is said to display the amo intense earnestness of his forJ mer years The people here un doubtedly delight ta hear him and there was also an eagerness to hear him on John Alexander Dowie of Chicago who claims to be the Prophet Elijah reincarnated Mr Barnes reserved the subject of Dowie until Sunday and Monday nights when ho supported Dowioc claims with characteristic frank ness As ever original boldand 1IItartling to people who readily accept a prophot at his own valuation he created some consternation by setting a period for the world to come to an ondabout two years hence A number of his utterances on this subject were disquieting to those under the spell of his eloquent zealV alreadyfKentucky on title tour and expects to go from here to Washington City to rest a while then return ton complete the tour by preaching in every county which will occupy his time for the ensuing two years Ho Says that In only two of the counties has he been entertained t a private housein Spencer county at Taylorayillo by Edgar Bourne an exOwingsvillo mall and in this county Mt roorer thu people in ttis town have been more libera kV It tJ THE RACKET STORE I ONE PRICETHE 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 GET MY PRICES OH SHOES BEFORE BUYING Chatelaine flags lOc Wall Pockets 49c Safety Pins 543c doz prTuckingPicture Easels 49c lOcydiiolePencils 5c doz Brushes 10 5 3c Mourning Pins 2 boxes 5c HEFLIN ydCoffee ydMens lend Food20c CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W ShroutsI Stand AT COST I have concluded to add a complete line Dry and Notions to my stock Clothing and Furnishing order make room spring purchases and avoid carrying over winter goods will continue selling all goods in stock at cost til stock is sufficiently reduced Dont forget this and go elsewhere and pay the usual profit when you can save at least by going to GILLONS OWINGSVILLE w1 wwi or i Library Uoling Ticket This the holder to TEN VOTES that can for any competing for the beautiful Library when propevly filled out signed and or mailed to this Name Institution Name of Voter THE OUTLOOK Owingsville Ky = La contributions than elsewhereI Except on the subject of Dowie is hearer as has always been the ase felt the keenest interest in his preaching and expressed themselves aiShlrntd Lhis entbucmsm KexruCKv AT ns ST Lotis o1tiua FAIRTjO good set bv Jefferson and Carroll couti ties in making liberal appropriaF rAsocilltionlowed jithin the next month by counties A number of auxiliaries of the Association have ad the matter under considerations or some weeks but not pre their case until tho regulart eeting of their fiscal court og March seven or eight flscalh ourts will hold sessions ajority of the State will meet in pril over ninety fiscal courts con vcning early in the fourth montht f the year AY the Exhibit Association as hairman of tho General Finance ommitea of the organization hich has given its unanimous apc roval of plan is directing ork and has able lieutenants in- early every county in the State t is believed that quite a hando some sum will grow out of fort to have the fiscal courts make appropriations The contribution nom the Carroll county body is on basis onetwentieth of one per ent of its taxable propertyShould this ratio apply all over the State Kentucky could have at the Worlds Fair building and a display of her products and resources that would eclipse any other State Ini the Union with the cxa option of Missouri which op propriated ono million dollafllITho Kentucky Exhibit Association spent two weeks wrestling with the twelve designs submitted ects in the Kentucky Building competition before it arrived at a decision In all there were 102t drawings presented including different floors etc and the Committee had its hands tuB in a conclusion in a fortnight All of the designs eubI muted strikingly originallllndI no miftako would have boon made had the decision been reached blindfolded The chosen as tho best of the whole number will not be made public for several days because the committtoe will doubtless suggest several changes therein It dooo not want tho pub lic to see the design until it is drawn exactly as it will appear at the Worlds Fair Then every paper in the Stato will be furnished large cut of the perspective and Kentuckians can the re suit of labors of the Building It is practicallysetiled now that Kentucky will havo square feet of space for its tobacco eshi it at the Worlds Faif Mr Fred eric WvT8yOrYCblef of the De a J iat Nice Garter Web 5cyd Ten Bells lic Banjo Pegs 4c Shoeing Pinchers 39c Saws 105 98739 lOc Sad Irons 32 28 24 20c Pratts Poultry T S Old of Goods large of Shoes Mens Goods In to for to I un 25 KY coupon entitles be cast institution delivered olllce or example several President tha of possible has Building byarchi the elevations reaching were drawing applaud the 5000 I Z 1m 00I IIposition f to that reiervntior for Kentuck t 111 Mr Campbell uns app tuttuiubcommitteco of his gener comrnV mittee Messrs Dan Peed aris and A P Barnard and rank Harping of Louisville will ee on all Burley mutters before are brought to the attention f the general committee while Messrs George Ligon of Mayileld and E J OBrien and Joseph Rob nson of Louisville will act in imilar capacity for Dark tobacco Col Ion B Nail Chairman of he State Committee on Agricul and Horticultural Exhibits as called the first meeting nt his gRulesue collection of the various class ideations under agriculture and e horticulture will be adopted nt this meeting for immediate promulga tion each subcommittee in every in the State being furnish ed with them The meeting will beheld two days because there is so for the committee to consid r and act upon- Kentucky will have 6000 square feet of space in the Mines and UlIl1din at thoWorlds bFairfourChicago This for coal crude oil- stone w ores clays etc 2500 in the Educational Building 4000 in the Agricultural Building independent of space for tobacco whisky etc for its tobacco exhibit 3000 I n the Forestry exhibits ns much as it wants in the live stock exhibits 2000 for its whisky ex hibit 3000 in the Horticultural building Kentucky manufacturers will have many attractive displays in tIle LiboralArte Machinery andManufacturesBuild ings Kentucky will have a State Build ogat the Worlds Fair next year that will be admired by the mil liana who see it and the thousands who enter it and that will be n source of great pride to every Ken tuckian and former Kentuckian Every cent of the 100000 sub scribed will go towards getting to gether and installing nil the col lective exhibits of Kentucky and erecting the Kentucky building ODITDAUT Died of an abscess Feb 21st 1903 Nettle Mecy Daw son of color agedsevcn months and five days daughter of Louisa and George Dawson She leaves n mother father a grandmother two sisters five brothers and many rel ative to mourn their loss Another little lamb from us tins gone To dwell with Him who gave Another little darling babe Is sheltered in the grave God needed one more angel child Admhlst His shining band So Ho bent with a lovingsmile And clapped our babys handIN hFRtEN v VtVi t f t r Xj r Jj SADDLES HARNEssj Why buy a shoddy socalled or Saddle or Harness when you can got strictly firstclass goods jl made right here at home nnd made out of tho best oaktanned loather and by men that only make firstclass work Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLEE Is tho easiest and easleRtrlcllng and inost durable saddle nudeVIf you try one set of our handmnde bujrpy harness you will always uso thorn I have the best line of saddlery goods in this part of tho State I am Yours for best saddles and harness EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KTV L SAM P ATCHISONlDRUGGIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO CIGARS SC BUY GREEN SEAL SHOES 1FOR MEN WOMEN and CI1ILDRNs MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY U SA r WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED SOLES thti bestwearing leather in the world hi For sale by Oscar Chandler xMtwmgSYl 1f1 w u otr Come and Try Hell I have just received a large stock of u new jSHOES OF ALL RINDS and have bargains for you Come and see and if I cant sell you shoes for less j jthan havebeen dont jiflI i Ladies Extension sole Shoes regular 150 DBc Ladies Vici Patent Loather Shoes regular 3 2 20 61Ladies Vici Kid Shoes regular 2 0 Mens Vici Kid Shoes regular 225 lA5 Mens Leatherlined Shoes regular 2 L30 Mens Patent Leather Shoes regular 3 198V See my bright new Calico patterns atV4 and sc per yardIf m o f Ladles Skirts 50 70 135 195 Soap 2 5 Se cake Shoe Laces 12 pair 5e t DrpeyOyd I f Fsncr SffZ f 3c pr J COM Springs Ic 3yd CALL SEE MY BAGAJV5 IN CLOTH Mens Snits2 Mens Suits 4bti Mene12Suits8jVBoys 2plece SUits aged to 15C 3pleceSulls1l0 Shirts bargains and27u Ggwnti and iSo Tobacco Cotton and 2c ydVCASH PAH fOR EGGS 11V LOscar Chandler G BROWN LEGHORNS As good as careful pro duce size and vigor u few fine cock rels for sale 1 each i eggs 50 cents per 15 at home 817 T Davis Hillsboro Kyn W S GTJBGELL ATTYATLAWbOffice Court 0WflG3VILLEIflo B Frank Hedge has an arber who is up in all the newest and Ilia smooth artistp He bus all sorts face tions Cokes Curel FERTILIZERwill havq 20 tons of corn and t hleiff at 01111e ia March 15 Corngrower 160 per iobiccogrovcrf Home stead fertilizer to best and highest grades Forshkbyu Cad Ingram Olympia Kyr That Old Clock of joms is always and losing time Bring it to me ond hnvB it in order nnd if it fulls toruniuvl kcnp tlmo I will give you a reward of 50 on alarm clocks mel H oil 8day clocks All work warranted to givo sntrsfic tionVBASCOM STUBGELL- 0wingsville Ky O fI Lace 790 fl Hairpins per Butting So PIS3 Towels 5 10180 f Paper fl it i i fi 5 50 7 000 tOl1D epeclal 24 35 1 2 1 breeding can A St assistant of Dandruff delivered hundred bo stopping Curtains Ic Writing Sc One door Postoffice aboveI 1r PUBLIO NOTTOEf t nth County Fiscal Court Special Term Dec 2Qtb 1002 It is ordered by the Fiscal Court J of Bath county that the Judge his Court and Bath County rlotice that all persons feeding titucl on tiny oflhe turnpike roads of Z I Bath county which are OfntdiJ1 ud county will fur each offence Je prosecuted us the lou prohibit ing such offences directs And tho tooraomeioners of the road districIVare to report all offences of thWV 1 kind in their respective tMntivjfy 1 County Attorney w bflehnlf rocure warrants for ach offender iitl directs prosecute such offenders ns the f IOtaw It is further ordered that all lancf erl owning or in any way guy land lying and adjacent to 4 nny of the turnpike roads bwneit fcyBath county must within 12 from the let day of Jan t t nry 1903 remove or oause to bVremove all fencing wherein samcf l fris an CIICrimCII eDt upon the right ufIyofuld turnpike roads es Icept where tlie enuiehuB bien vretVcd by consent of giverning uuth lr ity previous to the mvnenhfp lV 1 Bath county And nil persons fail king cr refusing toob9yhlordet within the timo herein epecifletVshall by the turnpike coinniisi ioh1 a ers or each turnpike district of Bath county be reported to the At torney for Bath county who shalf on such information proceed aa tho law directs to have such VillistrUcV f tions removed and the parties pros1 coated for some JNO A DAUGHERTT J BFC JjilJpl A copy attest jT Peters Clerk By T J PeleniDC I me A llulherIY Preiiin i Judge of the Bath County Fit 4 Ouurt ill piisirance ot IbnfQ 14order of sakt COllrttI1 giv luuL1csorItEci allpponim ir 7 Bath county who have orwho mny vio1ntetitber of the abovosnidor r from thfsdaffr doVsiet from these oirense4 nnd wimpl c with the requiretnenf above tated Thi Jwtluary 1st 1003 iJKO A DAlJGHERT B 2ijiI X fl 0 J M iIf rkV c ir jiI l Iii1 ct iJ 0j k 1 f i r Ii j q I 2Iiff C pt TOWIN6SVLLEOUTLOOK 1 1 OUTLOOK PUP CO Publishers btI u 2 A WAYSIDE CABIN z1 Sia Mone It stlnds In the weedy lap of II dimpsagging ridgepole peep the chimneys ragged rim The feathered plume of maple dips downI ctr to the windowsash The gables melt In the velvet of willow and elm and ash I A mellow bank to the westward of vIoletIfleece flung wide The low sun stains ja a roseleaf might a purple vaseL side l The afterglow on the forest melti andIsifts faint amer through bi Till the buckeyes branching antlers dripI 00with a tUrn of golden dew i Tile door swings slack and the moss andImold Its under edge befringe Wild potato and buckwheat vines have S ii l tangled Its one lone hinge ti Umber and tan the toadstools push through rlfti In the cabin fioorIStl And birds have built In tr throat where the blaze shall dance 4 no more- JHere Is the trail of a ruined fence a J fields forsaken sweep 1 Its edges girt with mullein spikes Its halflost furrows deep 5Inwebs of balm and moneywort andIrivers of grassy mist Alight with the scarlet milkweed bloom gfandthistles amethyst v But who was he who tilled the field when S wl the furrowed lines were new through the dewey green ar 1Lcades tho singing cornleaves blew t And whose the careful busy hand that over the windowframe Entwined the woodland brlervlhe with jk4its soft rosettes of flame The forestfragrant breezes sigh through IJLc the cabin bare and lone e 4But tell no tale of the sojourners Its shaggy walls have known t The lenres that dance to the can of jttspring with autumns frosts grow red The wheel of time spins swiftly on but it t here Is a broken thread 1 j nmy and cold the dew and mist brush my face like spray- S the hollows damp and gloom I my homeward way IQer or moonlight falls across the old cabin floor I scents of night blow In the Idly gaping door Hattle Whitney In Youths Companion 4 Jt 1rl KIDNAPPEDI 5 t A Tale of WaM Street siJ UtI die TropIcsc c a U ADAMS 1SA CoipuVf 5 ChAPTER X J t SEYMOUR THE SIEUTH No word had been received from iz Y Jr Bernard Seymour since his de- i PKrturc from SL Louis at which 4 time he requested that 500 be ir forwarded to him at New Or iJ leans It was a peculiarity of the Bernard Seymour telegrams that Sx alwu ocrtained stipulations 15It frwih fr iia s ir Stevens had a hfSrty rrsj or the Seymour S T1zvk overlooked any slight irreg r ularities In methods and accordingly telegraphed the money and also full 0 rinatructlons concerning the search for the architect and contractor Ins f charge of the supposititious Hestor eoontry house r 4 SeymourpIn New Orleans they learned that Mr Seymour had registered at the St Charles Hotel He had cashed money order hut had not occu i 2pied his room nor had he been seen I I at the hotel since the time of the I financial transaction The new nrrivj r k ah trIeTLTaIn sen rch for the miss uth add Vent briskly to vSirtr v tt ut him r Jb When 1 rnard Seymour nrr cd in New Orleans he was an he pressed i It much the worse for wear causedirIgynnui Sylvester Yin I cent he lostTio time in quitting St Louis He abandoned his baggage at the Planters Hotel and took thef first train south Seymour arrived in New Orleans the following evening He decided ct I ythqt the West Endtbe breathing place of the Southern metropolis would be the most congenial place to begin operations The West End Is a of hotels fringing the I bathing beaches on the southshore of Ljtke Pontcbartraln and serves as A a more aristrocratlc Coney Island to New Orleans Mr Seymour found it brilliant with rows of electric lights A score of orchestras and bands were blending their harmonies with the murmur of the pleasureseeking throng Hello Seymour A heavy set man with his face C f5marked by a cavernous grin pushed I way through a crowd and slapped MrTS Bernard Seymour on the shoulde VeIl youjittle ferret what arc you doing in New Orleans v Sir Thats what I saIdair Will yoii Shave n drink sir Yes sir Now I understand you said Mr Seymour Well you old r veredWho are you doing Nothing and nobody said Mr 4Dick Bender Air Bender was a news paper man whose natural ability was obscured by habits more congenial than regular An excellent writer he seldom held n position more than 5 ii three months He was the journalis I p tic prototype of the tramp printer Si V Up against it eh asked Sej wour ri rvc I surely am up against it good mad hard Dick Bender ossedoffabig drink t and grinned as If hi hard luck were something to be contemplated with joy I a r cYou dont drink enough Dick 4 Mid Seymour You rea social re cluse Your abstinence has become J la matter TJf NBommpn gossip You VBhould thaw 6ut QBce IB a while and L becotne a mixer b feyep mind ay failings An i wer rac rsorae questions said Mr J BeBder resting his foot on the ran 5and sxvinging his anr in an easy posi e WhatitNone ot your businese True but not io the point I WWhatou are doing You are I q eR aiiyoBalre case tNBo VeBBHiust avCt6Myou The wttoees refuses t6 co himself WlIjo8taveetherdrl lk d fT ey Is s veraU VJHler their ilm nRseSylonr toMIicr Bender S MIiIon bi1twas toe ecreet to Iesl any 1aferneate iiw1ekJiabeen rMehdfiOtBXewYork He f u itBer 1Hdb rI I c 4r with him and that gentleman was teo polite to refuse When Mr Seymour awoke the tot lowing afternoon ho was in a narrow talr which seemed to rise nUll falls to the heave of a ship He an cribed this to natural causes nnd went to sleep When he again awoke it was dark For n moment he lay quiet To his ears came the splash of waters anti the groaning and muttering of A ship By the smoky light of a lantern he found his clothes scattered on the floor He put them on as fast as possible but the operation was delayed by the swaying of the room The heavy breathing of a uleeper in an opposite bunk seemed to beat time to the motion of the ship Seymour opened the curtains peered in It was Mr Dick Ben Seymour shook him savagely Wake up Bender he said ns lIe clawed the sleeper around the bunk Wake up We are kidnapped by pi rates Bender opened lila eyes blinked groaned and dropped back into on untroubled sleep Seymour again aroused him We are kidnapped I tell you he said in a hoarse whisper Wale up and prepare to die like u man Forget IU said Mr Bender BOIl he again closed his eyes Bjit Sey mour was persistent anti finally succeeded in arousing the drowsy Ben der While he was dressing the door opened and a broadshouldered sailor stepped into the apartment Seymour looked for n weapon but there was none in sight The man surveyed them calmly for a moment and said I thought I would come and woke youall up When you gets on your togs come on deck You must be hungry by this time Seymour looked at him doubtfully Who are you he asked First mate said the man First mate of what You dont look like a pirate The man laughed with a chuckle which rumbled from the depths of a massive elles- tGuessJou gents is n bit mixed he said Forgotten me hey ye Im first mate of the schooner Sam Walker You knew me last night all rightYou have slipped my memory since said Seymour Where are we and where are we supposed to be going Come on deck said the first mate It is hot below Come on deck and meet Captain Parker Probly you know him tietter and the sailor opened the door and went awayWell what do you think of this said Seymour as he sat down on the edge of the bunk to collect his thoughts Do you know anything about it Bender Not a thing said that gentle man I remember meeting some sailor men somewhere Thats nil They stumbled through a passage way and up a narrow flight of stairs A draught of fresh night air struck their faces and was delightfully cool nnd refreshing The outline of a short stocky seaman with a gleam of gold braid on shoulders and cap was silhouetted at the head of the winding stairs He stepped forward as Seymour and Bender came Insight Haonw de ye dew Mr Seymour he said extending a large freckled handwhIch Mr Seymour grasped rather cautiously Haouw air ye Mister Bender Did ye sleep sound I shouldsay We didsaid Sey mour reassured by the cordiality of the greeting and by the honest face of the Yankee skipper We are a bit mixed about this voyage Captain How did we come aboard and where are we headed for I reek n boys war n bij slewed 4ist night or rather tHis mornin said Cnptain Parker Aint ye hungry I reckon so Ther cook has somethin ready for ye Come on and eat it while its goodand hot and I will tell ye all erbout it They went into the little cabin The darkey cook appeared witha steaming dish of steak some hot corn bread baked potatoes coffee and vegetables The voyagers fell upon the savory spread with avidity After eating a few minutes Sey mour said to the captain Kindly explain to us how we happen to enjoy your hospitality on the good ship Sam Walker It was a long story but the es sence of it was that Bill Howe the first mate of the Sam Walker was on shore leave and at an early hour had met the convivial Seymour and Bender They had declared the sail or the best fellow in the world and would not listen to his departure You and Bill hove in sight about CaptParkerSeymour for the third time Of course I seen that ye was a bit un der the weather but ye talkedall square and lair sayin ye wanted to take a cruise and when I said the Sam Walker wuz goin to Havana you said that wuz the place ye wanted ter go tew So you paid me the money for passage for both of ye and we cast off und headed out inter the Gulf erbout eight oclock thuetc mornin Ye fooled aroun bowspritdid i went below Thats all that is tcw It and Capt Parker laughed with a vigor hearty and pleasing From early childhood I have longed to go to Havana said Mr Seymour Why I shouldselect this special time is not readily apparent but it is well Cheer up Bender Once again an aqueous toast tb Capt Parker and his gallant crew Having done ample justice to the food before them the voyagers fol lowed Capt Parker to the deck the vessel The Sam Walker was a large threemasted schooner They found seats on the after deck A big Swede stood at the wheel and lazily revolved 4t ns the fresh breeze came in irregular gusts from the southwest The air was fragrant with the odor of newlysawed lumber and Seymour noticed for the first time that the decks between the masts were piled high with tipiber Her a seegar said Capi Parker passing a box to Mr Seymour I kin afford to be generous Reein as how you bought em You gave me twenty dollars and told meto buy the best that wrfs nnd I reckon youll find them all right You seem to be in the lumber trade said Seymour as he took a cigar and passed the box to Dick Bender Yes I haul a right smart of lumber an stuff in the course ofayear Bald Capt Parker Like all New England Yankees who live in southern states his dialect was a niixture of orthern and southern idioms You aust know some contract ThoughblslleIdotdteeth 11 0 i 1y a A the area of a lumber hooker on the broad expanse of the Gull of Mexico the newspaper instinct was strong within him Iteckon I know crbaout nil ther contractors in nn round New Orleans said Capt Parker with some pride The Sam Walker has car- rie many a batch of timber up an down these here coasts Did you ever carry any lumber for a man named Walter B lIestor asked Seymour Talk about your thousand to one shots he said to himself this certainly is one of themlIestor said Capt Parker reflectively liestor That aint no contractor by that name that I ever heern on lie is not a contractor explained Seymour lIe Isa New York millionaire whom I know very well lie built a house on sonic island in tho Vest Indies n year or so ago What sort of a man wuz he asked Capt Parker What did ho dewlIe did newspaper work for fun said Seymour lie had lots of money nnd went all over the world look ing for good stories Did ho own a ocbtn steam yachtYes answered Seymour leaning forward in his excitement Say Bill The first mate was talking with the Swede wheelsman lie stepped over and joined the group when Capt Parker called him What wuz titer name of that dude who owned the Shark he asked You know who 1 mean Tho one that Col Mclntyre built that air house for- Seymour dropped his cigar The temptation to yell almost over whelmed him Lets see what in thunder was his name said the big sailor removing his cap and running his hand through a mass of red hair Some y LET SEE WHAT IN THUNDER WAS IllS NAME thing like Hanson or Hampton That aint it There was nn V la IL He was nn odd sort ofn fish Raising hell all the time Lets see Hisser Uissor Histor Hestor thats it I knew dummed well I could think of it lIe had the steam yacht Shark and n quiet sortof a chap named Waters was her captain Mighty fine boat the Shark Hun 11YWhatSeymour gave Bender a violent kick on the shin- Nothin This here gentleman CaptParkerlies tor is an old friend of mine explained Seymour Where is the Col Mcintyre you spoke of Is he a New Orleans contractor lIe used ter be said Capt Par ker lIe has moved ter Havana This here load of lumber is fer him Hes buildin a new hotel in Havana Is he in Havananow Suppose so said tile d Guess hell be daown ter th r us conie inrllesin er mighty b g burrjX erbaout this Teie bunch of lumber Bin telegraphln and raisin blazes erbaout it Seymour changed the subject no was so elated that he felt like climb ing the shrouds and yelling like a Comanche Indian The one thing which worried him was whether or not he had told Bender anything about Hcstor during the preceding evening The look of pained surprise on Benders face when his ankle felt the impact of Seymours foot was evidence that he knew nothing of Hestor or his complicity in the millionaire mystery Seymour vented his joy and con cealed his triumph in song The temptation to celebrate In drink was strong but his repentance was sin cere and his determination to reform was earnest So he sang As a vocalist Mr Seymour was handicapped by tle circumstance that he knew neither the words nor the tune to any song What he lacked in tech nique was rccompensed in energy His first effort ns expressed in words was about as follows To ho my lads the wind blows rrea A pleasant gale Is on the seasAnd here we rumte de tc turn Ra le dada te dum dum dum And ere we part from Englands short tonight A song well sing to home da rumty dlght Then heres to the sailor thereDenderWho will think of him upon the waters bluuuue All together Sailing sailing over the mountain main And many a stormy wind shall blow ert Jack comes home again Sailing sailing 0r rumty dum de daln And many a stormy wind shall blooooow Ere Jack comes hooome aaaagaln The negro cook stDfd in the com panionway and joined in time chorus with a deep baritone which did much to neutralize the rather harsh tenor of the eager Seymour nnd the uncertain bass of Mr Dick Bender Capt Parker did not sing but was applauset Ilotr Jacqnea Tl ot Painted An Interesting story is told of Jacques Tissot the great French painter lately deceased While in England he panted a beautiful reli gious picture and meeting a jpuntry woman asked leer opinion of his work Its a chef doeuvre she re plied giving a remarkably just and detailed appreciation of the various merits of the painting Are you satisfied asked a friend Tissot an swered in the negative lie entirely repainted his picture working night and day When finished he sent for his fait critic who pronounced it admir AdmiringItsatisfied asked the friend again when the lady departed No an swered the artist and set to work for the third time When the ParIsienne saw the new painting she gazed at it for some mo ments with evident emotion and then without a word sank softly to her knees and began to pray Are you satisfied now whispered the friend And Tissot Eaidie J j It REVIVAL BLESSINGS Human Hands May Reach Up and Unlock the Windows of Heaven Vac the Key of Pull Preparation and the IIIiMiing Will Pour Forth Sermon by the IHirliTvuy and Byway Preacher Copyright 1903 by A N Kellogg News paper fjtChicago Feb 22 1903 Text Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse that there may be meat In Mine house and prove Me now herewith faith the Lord of hosts If I will not ollenIyou the windows of heaven and pour you out a blessing that there shall not be room enough to receive ItMal 310 Not mutiny days ago my front door bell failed to respond to thee touch of the button Something was wrong and Iset myself to the task of dis covering what that something was and of setting It right I wanted the door bell to ring It lend been ringing nil right and I knew it would ring again as soon as the diilicnlty which was in terfering with its successful operation was removed I examined the bat teries No trouble there I exam- Ined nil the connections and made sure that they were closely and securely adjusted examined the bell itself It seemed to be all right I went down and pressed the button It still refused to ring I went all over the wires the connections the batteries and the bell again and tried again mytouchrequires patience to fix an electric bell as you may have discovered per ringItinned 1113 search until I had discov ered where the trouble lay My faith in electric bells was not shattered I did not condemn them wholesale anti declare that I didnt believe they would ring anyway I knew there was a break in the electrical current some where and that as soon as I restored that connection my bell would send forth its musical peal once more At last I found that the delicate brass spring which set the tongue of the bell to vibrating with the electrical shocks from the battery lead become coated with lust and tarnish and pre passingsoon as I had rubbed off thee dirt and tarnish my bell responded to the pressure at the button and rang out as clearly and strongly as before We touch the button of prayer and ask yea beseech God for the revival Blessing and we apparently do not obtain any response to our prayers Is blessingIsgive it Nay verily we know that such is not the case The pressure on the button of prayer has been right and in accordance with Gods will The blessing waits at the other end ready to pour forth but some thing is wrong between the prayer and the windows of Heaven Something prevents the unlocking of those win dows behind which The fullness of grainfillsforth as soon as the slide to the chute is opened Prayer alone will not unlock thee windows of Heaven It is folly to keep pressing the button with anguish of spirit and blind persist- ency When my bell failed to ring upon pressure of the button I did not Jiang onto that button and just walt for that bell to ring I did not call my neighbors and friends to help me push on that button I did not go down into the basement and get the hammer that I might put more force and energy into my efforts on that button No I knew the trouble was not with my pressure on the button nut I will tell you wheat I did do I stuffed something around thatbutton that kept it pressed in and ths clr cult closed and then I set about find- Ing out the reason why that bell die not ring I said Now I have that button fixed and as soon as I discover the reason the bell does not ring and get it fixed I shall know it by the warning notes of the bell And I did and everybody else in the house knew when I got the bell fixed It getbackpressure from around the button This illustrates forcibly a secret of the most vital importance in obtain Ing from God the blessing we seek We need to keep the button of prayer pressed in all the time Pray with out ceasing But we need to do something more than just hang onto the button Prayer that does not fol low us from our closets and make us keen and watchful to discover how we can help God give us the blessing we seek is not prayer at all Prayer that begins and ends in the private devotions or in the public assembly of the saints is pray r that never moves God Get your button pressed in and then set yourself to seeking the rca son why you do not hear the responsive ring of Gods blessing And when you have discovered the reason the blessing is withheld and have removed the hindering dust and tarnish the windows of Heaven will respond to time restored electrical current of neces sary preparation and will fly open and the blessing pour forth Churches and individual Christians ask God for things they know it is yGoding or grant the salvation of friend or loved one which has been sought They keep pressing on the button and waiting for God to do all thee rest There is some difficulty in the way there is some hindering dust and tarnish which must be removed before God can safely answer the prayer If the church or Christian is wise in the Spirit a diligent search will be begun to discover the difficulty which is hold ing up the blessing instead of a yielding to discouragement and unbelief as to Gods willingness and desire to grant the blessing asked for Plug the button with unceasing prayer and set zealously to work to find why the blessing does not pour out upon you and the church I believe we are pretty nearly cor rect when we say that Christians today fall into two divisions those who are expeotlijp a great revival Messing and those who have come to believe because of the withheld blessing that the day of great revivals is over This is the expression which is foundafloat in the church and town where the special evangelical services have been held and have resulted in the conversion of but a few souls It is spoken per haps by the majority of the Christians who have labored faithfully and is a sort of lame uncertain excuse to explain the lack of expected re And having thus bolsteredup promisesor ten months of hibernation con tent with the thought ttit they have done all that could be dotA ek that fc has done the best Heccsndt- he Lord knows He has consIderin tSa eondiliMfc Has had to deal with iSf r nk t to fii but lad pity the Christians who are content to hear the patter of the drops of blessing and who do not set about to discover why the showers and the downpour have not come Thee few bravehearted fullfaithed Christians continue to hold onto GoOd They keep the button of prayer pressed in and again take up the search for the arresting cause that lens prevented the opening of the windows of Heaven ahd the outpouring of the full blessing of I ginRThere shall be showers of blessing Precious reviving again There shall be seasons refreshing Sent from the Saviour above Showers showers of blenlngIShowers of blessing Uercy drops round us are falling But for the showers we plead What is a revival Somehow the IdeaI has unconsciously taken root in thIChristian heart that a revival means aIstrange and unknown manifestation of the Divine Life This is not true A revival is not a different manifestation of the life or Spirit of God but Is only that same life and Spirit InIfuller teed deeper measure There thee unfortunate victim of the deadly potion It has almost brought the sleep of death and quenched the lostI remaining spark of life The doctor and the nurse work heroically and per sistent1c over the almost unconscious patient who would if left to him self sleep the long sleep of deathI But the patient is kept on the move He is given not an instants rest What are the doctor and the nurse so desperately seeking to bring about AI revival They are not trying to put something different into that almost lIfeless body than the life which has throbbed there before They are only trying to overcome the effect of the deadly poison and to get more of the same life back again But now suppose the word revival had taken on some mysterious and strange mean ing to the friends standing around and as the doctor and the nurse at last succeeded in bringing the full lifeI throb back to the patient they should ask to see the revival expecting the while to witness some unusual acid un known manifestation This suppos able case of course appears ridiculous and yet has it not its very important point of emphasis for the Christian who talks about revival and expects revivaland longs for a revival and yet who forgets that revival only means more of the same Divine life which he now feels in his heart if he is a real child of God The First Point of Difficulty And right here we believe is perhaps the first and great point of difficulty A revival means more of God in the heart and the life The sweeping revival which shakes church and community and country is only the letting of the life and Spirit of God flow into ttie jilacc left empty by putting away the things which have been crowding Him out As Mr Moody used to say You cant crowd more into a full pitcher but you can pour a great deal into an empty pitcher And while the Chris han heart and the Christian church remain so full of their own activities and their own plans there is no chance for the fuller manifestation of the life of God A great many bonfires leave got to be lighted to get rid of the rubbish before God can leave room in which to carry on His revival work It has been said that the churches and Christian work of the day are organ ized to death So much system and so many novel and uptodate features that God is crowded out I really believe that if God would grant to the churches a great of souls they would immediately begin to con gratulate themselves upon their splendid organization and system and claim the credit for the ha vest Gideon when called of God to lead thee Israel ites against the Midianltes and break their yoke of bondage gathered together an army nf men Not- latgei army to be stSJBspeciallyin comparison with n emy but the ranks of the IsraelU confi1dent Gideon to reduce his army and 22000 fainthearted and fearful returned to their homes But still the army of 10000 was too many Andanother test came which cut out 9700 men Then God was ready to act By the 300 men He would give Israel deliver ance from the mighty enemy which encompassed them on every hand And God must needs reduce the confidence of the church in its own resources and abilities and powers before it is safe for Him to give the abundance of blessing which is sought for This must be brought about by the individual Christian makingself and self exaltlngCbrlstand heart Another Point of Difficulty An other thing which may prevent the coming of the revival blessing is the highmindedness which has its gaze steadfastly fixed on the mirage of great things great speakers and great preparations while near at handat the very feet of the supplicant for thingInpossibilities It is the acorn which becomes the great spreading oak It is the mustard seed the tiniest of seeds which pushes down its tender threadlike rootlet and forces up its tiny green stalk Andtbat threadlike rootlet becomes the great strong far reaching root and time tiny green stalk grows and grows until the green blade has become the great rearing trunk sending out its mighty sheltering branches in every direction The gentle breathing of the little babe would be sufficient to send the tiny mustard seed rolling out of the hand but when the possibilities lying hid within are realized all the kings horses and all the kings men couldnt uproot that mighty tree Man naturally has his eyes focused for the great things Gods eye searches out the little things Wheat man overlooks yea even disdainfully ignores God shapes and molds to wonderful success The block of marble which had been cast aside as worthless by the mediocre artist was picked up by Michael Angelo when he came into possession of the studio and his skillful hands wronght upon it and from that de spised piece of marble the beautiful Madonna stepped forth to bring him fame and delight the heart of the art loverIt is the little insignificant unknown thing or circumstance or condition in the church or the life of the Christian which contains the germ of the revival blessing Dont think for a moment it is some outside condition- or some outside circumstance which must be realized in your life before the quickening fires of Gods revival blessing can stir your fifaitt Look around within the sphere of your own existence into your own heart and you will find the mustard seed which if planted In the soil of a surrendered and obedient heart and Watered with the tew of repentance t I l r i J4ii and Intense longing after God will greattreejoy and gladness to all abouLgIt has been said that a revival is not worked up but it is sent down I contend s that it is both The germ for the revival is to be found In every churchlIt must be diligently and sought out nnd developed Thnt working up the revival God looking on sees the possibilities in that little Jtutuilltythe tendingthatit with mighty development and growth Thats sending down the re vial Mr Moody used repeatedly to say after his wonderful successes indifferent cities and churches that was not so much what he brought wheat had been sowed and grown and tended before he came that ex plained the great revival blessing whlcl was realized God sent Mr Moadjr where the germ of revival blessing had been given a chance to take root and againknowlag they must quit looking outside of themselves for its realization Great speakers great singing great blowing of trumpets great and forced efforts alone never yet made a great re vival The germ for the revival must be found In the church itself and prayerfullytended flickeringflamesweep the town before it And the germ of revival blessing has within itdthe mighty fire that will set church and community all ablaze with holy zeal and purpose It is time tithes of little timings which we must bring into the stqrehouse of God if we would fulfill Gods conditions and prove His faithfulness in l pouring out upon us such a blessing- as there shall not be room enough to receive it I have seen union revivalI efforts in which there was a great stir and effort and tome little redning undignifiedhurrychurches to capture as many of the new converts as possible That is always the way when man gets up a revival But when God has a full shaVe in it we will see such an outpouring of blessing that there shall not be room endwgh to receive ItIThinkof it When all the tithes of the little things are brought into the storehouse then lookout God never fails in His promises and the out pouting of blessing is sure to come It was the little thing which prevent ed my beil from ringing The dust and tarnish which was heartily visible to the naked eye head to be rubbed off the small brass spring before the strong electric current generated in the battery could make itself felt The power was there to ring the bell all the time but so little a thing as dust and the thinnest veiling of tar nish was sufficient to prevent the bell from operating If Christians and churches would only realize the im beginlookingnish they would discover the reason for the delayed blessing The dust nrgleetmonths in tIle year and then there is perplexity and disappointment when the revival fails to come on the spur of the moment and when we think It ought to come God wants us to long for it enough to search out the withheld tithes and to bring them in He wants us to yearn so intensely for It that we will keep the button of prayer pushed in 12 months in thee year while we persistently and diligently continue the search for the point of dif perfectlynish are all carefully removed then quicklyliftforth It may come d ring summers heat or winters cold or in thebursT sprlngU hlted days of atrtemn It will not wait for the times and seasons appointed by man but will come when all the tithes have been brought into Gods presence and laid at Ills feet Then it will come It will come Life Emphiul It is a common criticism of Chris thins today especially of young Christians that they are just the same as the rest of the world that they do the same things read the same books and have the same amusements as those puricism miss the point entirely The difference between a Christian life and another lies not altogether In the things done but also in the spirit in which they are done In rendering the meaning of life as in that of a verse of poetry a great deal depends upon emphasis Is the emphasis ofa life upon pleasure or upon duty upon work or upon play upon the church or upon society upon the serious or upon the frivolous concerns of exist ence The right emphasis makes a life true and wellbalanced and helpful the wrong emphasis may spoil its whole character and influence It is the insistence upon emphasis which makes those words of Jesus so great a power in guiding human life Seek ye first the kingdom of God and Hit righteousness and all these things shall be added unto you Wellspring The Mirror of Life We all of us live in glass houses Only time glass is not transparent it is silvered rather and nil about us are reflections of ourselves We cannot always see ourselves as we see others Every human being has something to tell us about ourselves This mans weakness shows us where our danger lies This others genius for art or poetry wakcns our hearts and we say I too could be a pointer or a poet So the proverb says As in water face nnswereth to iace so the heart of man to man This is wjiy history is thee most interest ing and biography the most influen tial reading And this is why God perfected Ills love to us in that lIe sent Ills word not only in tablets of stone not only in written law but finally and supremely In the lire of Jesus Christ that we seeing Him might say This Is the life i wad meant to have the kind of manhood mine was meant to be So we all beholding as in n mirror the gloryof God mere transformed Into the same image from glory t- oglorySS Times Hard Experiences Hard experiences soften the soul soil that it may produce the fairest flowers and fruits of chnracterWellspring Within One Ctopfibllltlei It is better to train a great thought than to paint a great picture United Presbyerian Three Dlsgraeru- Envy malice and hatred are the three graces of perdition UnitedPrtsbyte rian JoI t 4 iz f IJ Reed Correction introduceci andirtha sggreirequently had no room for inability Reed made some uncertain promises in regard to making an effort and the heavy office seeker eft rouradvantsgeto IIIIsReedwho still retained in mind the enor mous waist line said caustically You FreePressJust In Time Broadland So Dak Feb 23rd Beadle saduringWOrayare meit told in the Colla statement publishedI I 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nuncieotrainfael anu adequate snasoa of growth Sand to tbe follow lotforan Alias and other 1teraiura sod alto for certificate giving you reduced f rates etc Saperlnteiidrut of Immttrrutloa Ottawa Canada or II WILLIAMS Room an iiLaw iiidg Toledo Ohio 3 C DUNCAN Room 8 iii Four Bid Indianapolis Inn i autbomea Cana dlaoOoTrrnnent Aurnts 5 IT TAXIES TIlE ACIIS4out of muscles and joints Heals old sores Takes inflammation out of burns and bruises Stops any pain that a perfect liniment can stop MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT for Injuries or aches of MAN or BEAST r l i S i j r Y i r h i t il tiQ 6 Q i i cQ lL STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS J CHARGED WITH GRAND LARCENY Both Men Told the Same Story When Placed Under Arrest Louisville Ky Feb 21WlIl Cas laSmitharrested Friday night on the charge of grand larceny Both made the same tlSmithvllle of 1585 The money consisted oatfsmentand 35 in avwrtI fleramenttheln q Jffers has a claim of 12000 against the government for property destroy t Russollvillo during the civil war icently he was given payment of his hs claim The money came in 500 chunks and Smith and Castleman got 4threeof five warrants Jeffers Is near I ly 70 years old and has been a col lego principal A YOUNG BOYS PERIL I4 He Climbed a Pole From the Cavern Into Which He Fell J JyearoldreturnIngfromthe limestone caverns so numerous in 4thatregion A 36foot pole had been previously let Into the hole for the purpose of rescuing a dog that had met with a similar mishap some years ago This the boy climbed to within 12 feet of the mouth of the aperture IAandby heroic efforts succeeded in cut ono by one footholds Into the rock tolhecalled until he was voiceless in ihopes of bringing a rescuer before talc I ing tjio desperate chances of climbing 4 practlJOUTSIDE CORPORATIONS The Court of Appeals Renders An Im portant Decision Frankfort Ky Feb 19The court ffofappeals Wednesday held that In the absence of some express legislation it is not at liberty to shut the door 4 from the court against a corporation S organized In another state for the pur pose of doing business in Kentucky 3 when Itls suing for the protection of 4 valuable rights granted by a munlcl pality pursuant to the laws of the state This opinion was delivered In affirming the Judgment of the Jeffer 4 thebI TelegraphCophone Co tINTERESTING FIGURES Some Statistics as to the Business Done By Life Insurance Companies Frankfort Ky Feb 21State Au I ditor Coulter has just completed some statistics to be used In the argument i in the court of appeals in the life In Tiranco franchise tax cases which l show that outside life insurance com panies have in the past ten years lected in premiums In Kentucky colIp 20000000 more than they paid Ante Kentucky in death losses sgnrhisslons and other expenses Tho recc A New Mail Route Versailles Ky b21A starI mall route has been established In the4p southern part of this county extend Ing from Keene on the 1 A rail a road via Troy and Nonesuch to War KentuckyI6 post offices at Troy Nonesuch and War wick as well as all residents along the route Bought Lexington Stock Lexington Ky Feb21Johnt Spratley the wellknown New York horse ealerarrlved here Friday and 1before the sun went down had bought 11 head of horses from various deal ers for the Gotham spring races He t will be here three or four days more p1 To Erect a Masonic Temple j Lexington Ky Feb 2LRoyal5 Arch Chapter No 1 of Lexington Free j 1 Masons held a long and Important ses Blon extending until almost daylight j Friday morning at which It was de4 j cided to erect a 20000 masonic tem le in this city Her Comb Exploded Owensboro Ky eb21As the re s Bult of the explosion of a celluloid omb in the hair of Mrs Allie McCor jilck Friday halt of her hair burned joff Her scalp and hands were severe blistered New Ban at Cloverport f Cloverport KJr Feb 20A new L bank has btil organized In this city with a capital stock of 20000 It in r backed by Messrs Bears Brodle nni TM on ofj boro Ky and a umbel ci 1131 men and be rcadv i for business March 1 4 Girls Terrible Death i Harrodsburg Ky Feb 20Lessle JPpulter aged 10 died of hydrophobia t V Thursday after terrible suffering Six pioir5r4her on the lip r Died of Blood Poisoning v ML Sterling Ky Feb 19John M Wllloughby a transfer man died Wed nesday morning of blood poison paus ed from a pistol wound in the face In fllcted It Is alleged by James IL Pro man six weeks ago Froman was ar rested charged with murder 4 Young Man Missing Newport Ky Feb 19Lou Krebs 17 nephew Superintendent of Pub lie Works Louis Krebs has been miss 4bc I ThursdayFcbn13r csibo find work Col Woolleys Accident Louisville KyFeb 19Col Rob i t W Woolley ono of Louisvilles lest and most popular lawyers fell t jibe Ice and fractured his left blp r account of his advanced age 74 Vthere Is little chance for his covery He Gav Bonds ICbargediwltboPeratlng I Lennox was arrested and gave 500 bond AfaxwellCassell alleges that toe lost a good sum of money la the IIL ti= r 1JLI fr REFUSED TO MARRY IT Bride Heard That Her Father Had Sold Her For 25 plagoover the actions of Miss Bessie Logan it has been announced that she and George Million would be married at gdressedpink roses entered on th arm of her Herrod Logan Million and groomsmen met them at the altar Rev Mr Chinn started to pro nounee the ceremony lie Had almost when he asked the girl If she the man to be her husband anti she answered No and releasing his arm she walked out of the house leav- Ing tho wedding party minister and audience in wonder at her actions She declared that sho had heard that her father had sold her to Million for 25 and that she took this means to re buke the transaction FOUND A COAL VEIN Two Women Went Out Prospecting In Kentucky and Made a Discovery Cloverport Ky Feb 20A good of coal has been discovered nt Ky a small town about six miles from this place by Mrs B F Gllliland and Miss Gertie Allen who Jonceased They took with them Joo Gilliland and the necessary tools and- a guide After riding over hills they located a vein of coal cropping out on Mr Prathers farm The vein whero It crops out is from eight to ten inch JMissthem and have sent them oft for an alysis Burkesville on a Boom Burkcsvllle Ky Feb 20The town of Burkcsvllle seems to bo entering upon an erarof prosperity unprecedented In Its history Several new bust ness houses and dwellings are now under construction and more will be buUt as soon as spring opens up Real estate values are higher than ever before Five Barges Sunk Henderson Ky Feb 30The tow boat J P Williams with a largo tow of coal for the south had bad luck in passing under the bridge hero Thursday morning The fleet struck pier No5 and five barges of coal valued at 20000 were sunk The boat proceeded on down with the remaining barges Bodies In a Wrecked HouseBoat Paducah Ky Feb 19A wrecked houseboat floating in the Tennessee river near Livingston Point was caught and found to contain the bodies of three people a man woman and child all white The boat was floating on Its side The name of the family could not be learned An invostisa tIon Is being made To Extend Rural Delivery Newport Ky Feb 21The post office department at Washington has no tified Postmaster Meyer that the rural delivery system will be extended to Alexandria and to Grants Lick on the Licking pike The contracts of the two bus lines for carrying the malls do not expire until June 1904 Political Ax Fell Lexington Ky Feb 19The politi cal ax fell upon the heads of five mem is of the local n li arlm rt In hnrg Lieut Jas S Wllkcrson tir- oothf r bYiHt patrolmen In two hours after decapitation Lfeut Wil kerson was sworn in as a deputy sher- Iff under his brother Wants All Magnates Sent to the Pen LoulsyHle Ky Feb 19 Ollle James congressmanelect from the First district of Kentucky while here Wednesday evening announced that in his opinion all corporation promoters and magnates should be punished with not less than three years in tho pent tentlary for each offense Horses Sink In Quicksand Columbia Ky Feb 20 While Messrs T H and J E Murrell were returning from Russell circuit court the horses they were driving got Into quicksand The team went down until only the heads of the horses could be seen The animals pulled out with greaf difficulty Good For Three Hundred Barrels Williamsburg Ky Feb 21The oil well on the Curd land was connected with the tank The sand had just been tapped but tho flow filled a twainch pipe for several minutes Numerous experts who were here to see the test estimate the well to be good for 300 barrels per day Schuh Given the Decision Louisville Ky Feb 2LGeo Schuh of this city was given the decision over Eugene jjgzenah of CIncinnatiIon jBjtovfh tuerntddle rt and of n 15round contest before the Louisville Athletic club here Friday night To Build a City Hall Harrodsburg Ky Feb 21The city council consummated the purchase of the residence property at the head of Main street of Smith Bowman of Lex- Ington and will erect thereon a hand some city hall and engine house RS Wllkerson Dies In Texas Franklin Ky Feb 20R S Wit kerson a prominent business man of this city died at El Paso Tex Ho had pneumonia and was ill less than four days He left hero January 5 to spend the remainder of the winter in Texas Seven Years Sentence Georgetown Ky Feb nLolIls Co horn who killed Bob Mayo at Stamp ing Ground alleging he was too Intimate with hls wife was given seven years In the penitentiary Friday Co horn will ask for a new trial Given a Life Sentence Winchester Ky Feb 19Grant Goff colored was convicted in the circuit court of assault and robbery and under the habitual criminal act was given a life sentence In the penl tentlay this being his third conviction Timber Man Drowntd SaVersville Ky Feb 20Salnt Germalne of Detroit Mich was drowned In Middle Fork near Hen drlcks this county while driving logs Hla body bas not been recovered Sal ryersville Is under three feet of Vater w 1 i r J J t11 11 t Lx FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS Second Session Washington Feb 17SonateThAIndian appropriation bill and the Phil passeditircalled attention to a point of order which had been mntlo against one of its provisions on the ground that it was new legislation The senate he said halt passed the Philippine government bill ns a rider to tho army appropriation bill and yet ruled other out Mr Morgan spolto on question of privilege regarding the dispatch which recently appeared In tho public prints purporting to be signed by the Colombian minister tc Mexico Senor Rafael Reyes In which Reyes took exception to an al statement by Mr Morgan in the senate that the Colombian president had sold out and abdicated for 1000 000 Mr Morgan declared that there was a betrayal of the senate in the matter of what transpires at execu tire sessions and that Senor Reyes had violated a principle of diplomacy surreptitiouslytrustHouseThe house disposed of a number of bills under suspension of the rules defeating two The most Important measure passed was the senate bill to amend the railroad safety appliance law A special order was adopted which practically will make the Fowler currency bill a continuing order for the remainder of the session not however to interfere with conference reports appropriation bills and other privileged matters Washington Feb 18SenateThe senate Tuesday agreed to tho conference report on the at my appropriation bill Discussion of the statehood bill was resumed and Mr Depew continued his remarks in opposition to IL Toward the end of the session Mr Tel declared that himself and the coun hind been Insulted by some of Mr Dcpews references to tho unequal representation in the senate HouseThe house began consideration of the naval appropriation bill un tier the operation of a rule which made the new legislation relative to the increase of tho personnel of the navy for the increase of naval academy order Tho paragraph of tho bill providing 250000 fr a naval station on the great lakes went out on a point of order Mr Llttlefield and Mr Sill zer had an Interesting clash before the naval bill was taken up tho for mer charging the latter with having perverted the record Washington Feb 19 Senate There was a lively debate in the sen ate Wednesday over Senator Quays resolution declaring It to be the sense of the senate that there should be a vote on the statehood bill before the adjournment of congress To this proposition Senator McComas reoffer ed Senator Platts cloture resolution Introduced two years ago and a motion was made to refer the whole proposition to the committee on rules This was pending when tile senate went Into executive session The dis cussion of the subject brought out tho fact that the senate was strongly op posed to cloturo in any form HouseThe house by a majority of 2 to 1 rejected tho conference report on the army appropriation because of Its provisions for the retirement of civil war officerS at an advanced grade and permitting officers to deposit mon ey with the government at 3 per cent InterestWashington Feb 20SenateThe senate met at 11 oclock Thursday but spent only an hour and twenty mIn- utes in open session This time was devoted to routine business and passing bills of no great general Impor tance Senator Bailey by a vote of the senate secured consideration of the SabIne passport bill which has been the subject of considerable con troversy but a vote on the measure was not reached An extra session was held Thursday night to consider the Panama canal treaty HouseAt the end of a protracted session the house passed the naval appropriation bill A great many amendments were offered to the pro- vIsions relating to the Increase of the personnel and the authorization of new ships to be built The most Important amendment adopted was one to author izo to secretary It tho navy In hI- sJislOn toTrtr hr r vUmct frBuhsjiilne torpedo jt tr unrest gallon of their merits and npr pria passedtheships and an armed cruiser two steel brigforthe submarine boats dtscretlonally ar thorizedWashington Feb 21SenateThesenate spent the entire day in execu tire session considering the Panama canal treaty and at 525 pm took a recess until Saturday at 1 oclock No vote was taken on any of the amendments which have been prepar ed by Senator Morgan House The house passed the fortifications appropriations bill adopted the conference report on the bill for the protection of the president and on tho legislative executive and judicial ap threehours hadbeenspecial rule adopted Monday but when the decks had been cleared for It the Bartlettto waste time on a measure which it was not Intended should become a law housefinally beingrhouse adjourned May Be An Extra Session piesCto attend to express business said Friday night to a Tribune reporter that from appearances it would be reasonable to predict an extra session of congress NeW Swiss Minister Washington Feb 21The Swiss legation which for several months has been In charge of Mr Lardy is again headed by a minister Mr M M Mar theray the new minister who arrived here Friday Favorable Report on the Nominations Washington Feb 20lbo senate committee on military affairs reported favorably the nominations of Brig Gens Ludington Brcckinrldgo and Wade to be major generals and Col Wallace F Randolph to be brigadier general and chief of artillery Mardi Gras Festivities Washington Feb 20Adm Hlggin son has informed the navy department that ho has ordered the battleship Texas to New Orleans and the Ala bama to Mobile to participate in tho Mardi Gras festivities at these ports The Mexican Treaty Washington Feb 19The senate committee on foreign relations author ized a favorable report on the extradition treaty with Mexico and also an agreement with France extending the provisions of the French reciprocity treaty to Porto Rico To Kill Emperor William Washington Feb 19A Barcelona message says that at an anarchist meeting there Tuesday night A mem ber made a statement that he Intended- to go to Berlin and kill Emperor Wil liam c IiF1Ii 1r 2 WANTfTHE MONEY Germany Requests the Immedi ate Payment of 5500 The Matter Has Significance in View of the Fact That the Venezuelan Ships Taken By Germany Are Still Held Washington Feb 23The German government through its representa tire here Baron Speck von Siernburg has made a request of Mr Bowen for tho Immediate payment of the C5500 which it was stipulated In the proto cols signed on February 13 should bo paid within 30 days from that date as a preliminary to the raising of the blockade against Venezuelan ports anti tho agreement to send the question of preferential treatment of tile biockad ing nations to The Hague for deter- mInation Mr Bowen promptly do clliied to accede to the request hut Informed Baron Sternbnrg that as provided in the protocol they money would be paid to tho German repre scntativc at Caracas 30 days from February 13 which would bo on tho 15th of March The reason that animated the German government In making the re quest la not disclosed hero nor is Mr Bowcn aware of It The matter however has sonic significance perhaps In view of the fact that tho ships taken by the Germans during the blockade have not been returned to Venezuela During tho day Mr Bowen had calls from the French ambassador M Jus sernnd tile Spanish minister Senor Ojoda anti the Belgian minister Bar on Monchour in regard tci the claims of tho citizens of their country against Venezuela Rough tIranof these in strnments are already on their way by mail to the European governments interested but there aro certain provisions regarding them about which the envoys desired to consult Mr Bow en Tho protocols are expected to reach their destinations the latter part of this week pending which no final steps for their joint signature can be taken London Feb 23The correspond ent of the Standard at Brussels tele graphs that the protocol between Del glum and Venezuela will he signed this week Belgium says tho correspond ent has obtained full satisfaction The Belgian claimants will receive 2500 000 afer tIm AngloGerman claims have been paid MACEDONIANS ORGANIZED Four Thousand Armed Men Are Con centrated Fifty Miles From Sofia Vienna Feb 23lt is reported that the Macedonian leader Ehrls Sarafoff has organized within the past fortnight several well equipped Bulgarian bands In Macedonia each consisting of about 2CO men The Neue Frclo Presse learns that 4000 armed Macedonians are concentrated near the celebrated Rlla mon astery 40 miles from Sofia and aro preparing to attack the town of MelnIk In the Turkish province of Seres There Is an unconfirmed rumor that tho Albanians have attacked the Rou manian consulate at Mitrovitsa Tur key 20 miles north of Prlshtina HOUSE SUNDAY SESSION Tributes Paid to the Memory of Three Deceased Representatives Washington Feh23The house held n session Sunday t pay tribute to tho memories of threes deceased members the late presentativo Tongue of Oregon thevjta Represen tative RJimpole of and tif lato Representative Moody r lien Mr itpoiiv gon pro i1o1i in the fi x tii opt iKcr Henderson The Vm iy resoltitlon were adopt mrriMers delivcrcl eulogies MET A HORRIBLE DEATH Little Girl Burned Alive In a Coke Oven at Connellsville Pa Conncllsville Pa Feb 23lIary Kbhland aged 11 years met a horrible death Sunday night by being burned alive in a coke oven The little girl In running down tho hill above tho oven fell and rolled Into one of the hot ovens Men at work nearby broke Into tho oven and secured the body but It was burned to a crisp hardly the semblance of a human form being left Gunboat Boyaca Lost Panama Feb 23Tl1e gunboat Chti chntto brought the news of the loss of the historic gunboat Boyaca while en tering the channel of Port Bethsabn 40 miles north of Agua Dulce All on board saved Gen Wheatons Condition Improved San Francisco Feb 23The condl tlon of Gen Lloyd Wheaton was so much improved Sunday that his physicians announced that his completo recovery was a question only of a few days Mayor Rose III IndIanapolis Ind Feb 23Mayor Rose of Milwaukee was attacked with acute indigestion at dinner Ho had to leave the dining room and has since been confined to his bed He arrived with the Milwaukee delegation to attend the National Bowling congress Banker D O Mills III New York Feb 23D O Mills tho banker who is In his 7Sth year is ill A week ago he contracted a severe cold which developed Into the grip and during the last three days be has been under the care of his physician GoAsYouPleaso Race Philadelphia Feb 23 Another six day goasyouplease race was started Sunday night In Industrial hall Many of the best known professional pcdcs trains in the country are In the race All the contestants are in good condi tlon Three Reservoirs Broke Derby Ct Feb 23The breaking of three reservoirs in the town of Shelton early Sunday caused damage estimated at between 75000 and noo and there were several narrow es capes from death Wife Murderers Sentence Chicago Feb 23The jury In tho case of John A Nordgsen on trial for the murder of his wife returned u ver diet of guilty In Judge Chetlalns court and the punishment for the crime was placed at 30 sears Imprisonment the penitentiary Charter Oak Park Races Hartford Ct Feb 23 Secretary Wilson of Charter Oak park has an nounced that vvTJs for the stake race for the grand r tit meeting at Char ter Oak park 0 September 1217 next will closo March Id ro v BEHIND THE FOOTLIGHTS byMDream has been received with enthusiasm in Athens Justin Huntley McCarthy has recent Jy completed n play entitled The Proud Prince founded on Longfel lows poem Robert of Sicily Miss Gertrude Coghlan the actress has in her possession the rare collection of desks belonging to her father the late Charles Coghlan One of them was presented to him by the prince of Wales now King Edward Another storm of abuse is sweeping over the JCnglish literary censor because of his refusal to license a play called Paradise Lost It is founded on Miltons poem and the censor bars it because in his opinion it is scripturalClyde the dramatist is building a handsome home near Greenwich Conn It is a roomy place of Queen Anne style and sits on an eminence commanding a fine view of Long Island sound A notable feature will be the splendid collection of curios which Mr Fitch purchased in Italy last summer Tile collection is valued at about 50 000 and some of the pieces belong to the seventeenth century A horrible suspicion has arisen in connection with the loss anti projiipt recovery of Mips MayiVan Aims 20 o pearl necklace in the Holland house New York The person who returned the string of jewels to its fair owner received n reward of just 10 anti in view of the marked difference between the two sums mentioned it is bring hinted that the pearls are bogus otherwise even the thrifty Miss Van Alen might have seen her way to adding another cipher to the reward Gxvilym Miles the famous bass bar- Itone of Xew York is a young Welshman who has already made a great name for himself lIe was discovered it is said some years ago working in one of the iron factories of Pittsburg where by chance he was heard singing Several people became interested in him and he was taken to New York and placed under some of the best teachers His voice has developed into a rich bass baritone with a range that is said to be very remarkable taking tenor notes with wonderful purity clearness and sweetness He is very small in stature but very broad and muscular with splendid chest development FROM THE FATHERLAND Greater Berlin consumes more than 6000000 pounds of game every year Threefourths of the wealth of Prussia is in the cities More than 30000000 of the income tax falls to the town population and less than 10 000000 to the country population One of the oldest coins in the world the German thaler is disappearing It is to be replaced by a fourmark piece equivalent to our American dollar as the fivemark silver pieces have been found to be too heavy Three automobile companies have publieoff the streets as owing to the need of frequent repairs they have been found less profitable than horse cabs bytheerection of a statue of Bismarck The project has had to be abandoned for the present however owing to the failure of the bank in which the money was deposited The Beckerath collection of original drawings by old masters which in cludes sketches of Leonardo da Vinci Crevelli Botticelli Fillippo Lippi Fra Bartollommet Tintoretto and Vero RoyalMuseum A LITTLE 7ITERARY UTTER Joaqnin ilil ii 7jjl grenti deal of money out of nis Texas It is proposed to erect a monument to Dante in Rome on the site now oc- cuPIed by the equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius Three hundred and seven pounds was paid by Mr Pickering for a Third Polio Shakespeare printed for P C 1CG4 at a recent sale at Sothebys It had the portrait of Droeshout with Ben Jonsons verses Ibsens works are now being trans lated into Japanese for the first time and those that have been published to farA Dolls House An Enemy of the leople and Peer Gyntare making a great impression upon oriental minus The wellknown Russian historian tMiljukov whose liberal views hive for a long time past been a source of of fense to the authorities has been sentenced to six months imprisonment for his alleged connection with last winters university troubles MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Feb 21 CATTLECommon 3 00 9 3 90 Butcher steers 4 4 65 CALVES Extra 8 00 9 00 HOGS Ch packers 7 00 7 30 Mixed packers 7 10 7 25 SHEEPExtra 4 85 5 15 LAMBS Extra 6 85 8 90 FLOUR Spring pat 3 90 4 20 791sCORNNoOATSNo2 mixed 38 581aHAYChPORKClear cut 19 80 LARDSteam 10 50 BUTTEtt Ch dairy 13 15 Choice creamery 28 APPLESFancy 3 00 3 50 POTATOESPer bbl 1 50 1 75 TOBACCO New 3 25 10 75 Old 7 60 16 25 Cmcago FLOURWinter pat 3 3 70 WHEATNo2 red 74 75 No 3 red 72Y 73 CORNNo2 mixed 4- 4OATSNo2 mixed 3- 4RyENo2 48 G2Y2LARDSteam New York FLOURWin strts 3 50 3 55 WHEATNo 2 red 82 CORNNo 2 mixed 60 OATSNo2 white I 43 COyjPORKLARD Steam tj1O 15 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cents This even pay the postage but lOur to show us that rou are aauIfaith Better send for It neighbors r trade with uswhy 2 CHICAGO The house that tells tho truth I PAT SPOT CASH FOR WARRANTSIIIUed DROPSY NEW DiSCOVERY elm oalrk relItnAen 0n1 treatmentFree 4 J 4 LADY ON EDITORIAL T STAFF OF LEADING RELIGIOUS WEEKLY4 Sends the Following Grand Testimonial to the Merits of Cuticura Remedies in the Treatment of Humours of the Blood Skin and Scalp i testlmonytothedies in what seems to me two some whaIIhad a spa- loneson inyiTzu3 pipWid nerzr given me serious e about two years ago one came on m throat At first it was only about as large as a pinhead but as It was in a position where my collar if not just right would irritate it it soon- became very sensitive and began to grow rapidly Last spring it was as large if not larger than a bean A little unusual irritation of my collar started it to swelling and In- day or two It was as large as half an orange I was very much alanaed and was at a loss to de termine whether it was a carbuncle or a malignant tumor My friends tried to persuade me to consult my physician but dread ing that he would insist on using the knife I would not consent to go Instead I got a small bottle of Cuticura Resolvent and a box of Cu ticura Ointment I took the former according to directions and spread a thick layer of the Ointment on a linen and placed it on the swelling On renewing it I would bathe my neck inveiy warm water and Cuticura a few days the Cuticnra Ointment bad drawn the swelling to a head when it broke Every morning it was opened with a large sterilized needle squeezedand bathed and fresh Ointment put on Pus and blood and a yellow cheesy tumorous matter came out In about three or four weeks time this treatment completely eliminated boil and tumor The soreness that had ex II BUY BRAINS th1oUaArrpertr rl tiltilvly us In aloa li more tbo jeerforYortSTSaZaju CREC ORYS SEEDS 1tLSUSOR 80S iutuatai Agents Wanted tended down into my chest was all gone and my neck now seems to be fperfectly welL About five or six years ago my t sister had a similar experience She had two large lumps come under Ibel right the result of sprain They grew rapidly and our physi eiT wanted to cut fl I would Ef r isU ii it she the Cut urJtepixie is I t ifew laontlio vr th i b ic il effect lumpa1i4Jentirely r returned 1 have great faith in the Cuticura Remedies and I believe might be as efficacious in similar cases with other people and thus save much suffering and perhaps life Ihave derived so much benefit from the use of them myself that I am constantly advising others to use them Re S cently I recommended them to an office boy for his father who was dis abled with salt rheum t The mans feet were swollen to an enormous size and he had not worked for six weeks Two bottles of Cuticura Besolvcnt and two boxes of Cuticura Ointment worked a perfect cure You never saw a more grateful man Inyonr life II I am very much in terested another case where I have recom mended Cuticura just h now My housemaids mother has a goitre which had reached a ftvery dangerous point The doctors toloher r tdonethatsheonly two or three weeks and that she would die strangulation She J confined to her bed i and was unable to speak when her daughter at my suggestion tried the effect of the Cuticura Ointment i + andCuticura Resolvent Strange to she was veryhcitly relieved of f themostdlstressln symptoms The fswelling seemed to be exteriorized i and she is now able to be around her house and talk as well as tIever It seems to me that I have pretty good grounds for believing that Cuticura Remedies will prove sue Yfcessful in the most distressing forms jof blood and skin humours and if wish to use my testimonial as herein indicated I am willing that i you should do so with the further privilege of revealing my name and f address to such persons as may wish substantiate the above state ments by personal letter to me Chicago Nov 12 lltQ2 CCTICURA prMniFa are IOta tbroogliout the cIvilIzed world PRICES Cntlenr BMOmnieocar bTUU fla Ui tars ot CbocoUM Coated rUUSc eel TlI et CuUcut Olntnwnt p r box and CnUcm JSoap tic per sskc Send tor the peat wait h Hsnxwi of ttM Stood Skin and Scalp ana How to Care W Them M rage DlMaB iwilb llln tr Uoi 7n1moalals sad Dit ctlon In all lsnguatestaeadag f JapuvMi sitS CtdneM IlntUb Depot ntJChaneihouM Sq Load onK C Ftioca Depot IRa de 1 ralzrarla AnBiallian DtpotR1own S Co Sduej VolTia Doa uD CimiCiL Oomf oaillOK = Sou Proprietors Botton S A raN toy New York HowanTa vonb ttaa J a arm a r i 4 was can i- to J1L lt 4OOOOOO 1 TI J i i Bnxa BMiRorsor IMABOING wruj8 a I AuLinnxu AND raoriTAiiL WHOLCULB I JI F wrraII c I t St SMJFH iONAWAttDLiEW YORKRT NKE19f8 yS i ftIlBest Coogk Syrup D III time Sold drustats CONSUMPTION i 2I 7 1 4 S r r 11bN1NGgvILLEOUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO dWINGSVILLE KY 4 it PER YEAR IN ADVANCE 4 Address all comraunicntidrs to b I TUB OUTLOOK Puntisuiua Co or to fUN W HONAKEB Owingsville l THURSDAY FEB 2G 1003 j ANNOUNCEMENTI I Pbr CirSUit Court Clerk We are authorized to announce k James L Conner OH a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Ihith county sub jecl to the hrtinn of the Democrat c Ic party Election November 1903 nnouncej1aOb a gItyDemocratic party THE trusts will nnve the innings IChl Vaised 44 MXViR HANNA says ugly things about Anthracite Bner But then they sty Bucr is n Democrat j tr COL BRYAN refuses to harmonize Con any candidate except Wm Jen nings Bryan withu platform strictly of his own ranking t UNCLE SAW bIn indulgent rel alive to his Senalore Tho SenateI expense account shows everything 4 from to altar of roscf- Eur pehRoK WIUIAM of Germany declares orthodox religion lo be n 1lflflk in his platform nttd the ear j paign proceeds uninterruptedly WuETiIn IIr not the Democrat State primary election is popular 4fl wlth aspirants to office the entrie for ench race tire going to be plenff a tiful EurEOOR WILLIAMS favorileGcr man poet is out in an article favor log the Monroe Doctrine W51 t Hanis remarks thereon wouFd be by interestingstTHE nan that can unite the Democrats in support of hit cuudi a dacy for President in 1904 is very much in tho background and likely ito stay thereva w ExLlEUTKNAHT GOVERNOR TILL cjj MIK who tilled Editor Gonzales at Columbia South Carolina is in forI Judgehav1ngliL TOE Agricultural Department at I Tfashington is alleged to beesperi 4 i menling at the production of n t 4 breedof featherless chickens Web rtliouKh better of Undo Wilson i than that HAY has been shipped to theY f lowetone Park country to keep the herds of wild eka from starving to death while the snow is so deep Lieevast progress this country has I I madelLPlEnroN MORQAN cant have ev ery thing his way Dr Bredius of The Hague Holland refused Mor ttZ gane offer of 6400000 for his Rem brandt painting Saul and David X because he didnt Want te tcturcj to couieio Amerca 7 r 1r ANoiDna American heiress has landed herself a foreign title 1 i V unlucky girl is Mm Alice Tba of Pittiburg whose marriagfngage nent to the Earl off rmouth is b announced The EnrlrifTine eldest f son of the Marquis f f y LfxtNQTdK is a most progressive q vtown in Eome respects lbe Li cense Ordinance Committee pro poses to require newspaper report ers to pay 10 per year license 9lt sore any a mystery d JonK D RocEErELLER in the 4 past twelve years has received 66 800000 Jn dividends from Stand I ard Oil stock alone That slock 4 doeint represent twentieth of his property though his other invest ments dont bring anything neart such a return vTni get rich quick concerns all over the country aro beihg pros 7J ecuted for swindling people who Iwero and expected extra t oltiinifry profit on investments or loans But it doesnt matter if t t they ore for there will always bsd liaitto tempt the biting of sucker one of whom is born every minute to keep up the worlds supply r TOE Wall Streetjournal sounds aUim at the candidacy of WmR S1 Hearst of the New York Journal for Preelderitand says John titf onl4I3j1 trust people antagonizingPresidenl t Roosevelt are rebuked and warned1 r1c that they are playing with fire No sooner is the Venezuelan mat tA isr referred to The Hague Tribunal LX than Germany expresses nn lot enS 2s Iron to collectdebts of Columbia I nd Brazil by main strength and Awkwardness Uncle Sam needs toil 4 t 4 Thcrenseblanavaprogramme large lyi for it is only a questin of time Fk whenho dEl pror William will lock hornst i THE celebrated shooting pcrapej between rEllis Duncan ond Bruoo Head bJlILOuivIJIIllntlI near t sbu shot out a nuroterioV Heads tee i turns out tOiaye been for cause Duncan says wife coneesed li i him that IJeadiet1iierastray Hlr wenttobot Head but UiaEaBtipipiitedhiui and drew hrevolv pr whereupon Duncan shot himtA c rdt go the l tlerJtls a wretched case Duncan wag ac r 73 tlftrd S 1 f y t r 7lt1t r JJ 0l r l t e fI Xt t t t r 1k oC irtI j It tp liZ 3tj t ti f III1I r J Jt JlinN D RcicKEFSitEK gets an other handful of Change by the do blaring of a quarterly dividend llir millhonsthe pooroofiio somndeALFKEDADOLrHU3lloWIEfTWOrth a million celebrated his 82d birth day with an entertainment to one hundred widows nt Syrncusc NeveYork From the of fai reprold buck who has none of the elder Wellers antipathy to those of the op tIIpoeitoworse huH Tins is carrying tho thing too far as Atlas said when he let the hu try puingmurderer Whitney and OBrien n Lexington to permit themselves ti bo inoculated with tim ii ordirtoand will the disease in thti tu ijubjcctswill see the tincture jammed first CORRESPONDENCE Crooks J F Johnson who has been quite sick is improving Omar Wilson shipped carload of cicattleMrs G IL Armstrong and little daughter are visiting relatives in M t SterlingtoD S Nixon sold his crop of tobacco to James Kiclmrt nt 510 r hundred pounmieniOmar Wilson bought 6 1000lb steers of Press Barnes at 300 per hundred and 1 cow at 5c per Ib Misses Sallie nnd Pearl Gilbert of Midland City are visiting their grandparents D S Nixon and wife Married JoblSthat the homo of the bride Vertnor llatton a p loerforming Odessa Several from hero attended Wm outtv salo Saturday and report ock Bales high The drifted snow and cold pre vented us getting any mail Tues day and Wednesday Miss JIargarctte McKinnevnn her sister Mrs Gco Steele on Flat Creek lart week Allen and William Donaldson of Fleming COare guests of their sister Mrs Dallas Gudgell Wm McCnrty ot near Salt Lick compensateDr Van Jones was tho guest of his brother J Frank Jones and sister Mrs Jonathan Marklaod hero tho last of the week Miss Oddie Powers visited Mrs beingherwith typhoid fever Carrington Al Hall and Gco Gumming each ost a cow with hydrophobia Willie Kendall of Nicholas Co spnt a week with his uncle Amos KenuI t t I h J t cTiDUdhand otTh tavo lost several horses with a dis ease supposed to be mad itch The many friends of Dr Clarke in this neighborhood regret to learn that he is going to move back tt Howards Mill He has performed miracles as a physician inthis country byJhere from Friday till Monday to eee the formers father Elder Amos Kendall who is slowly improving from a stroke of paralysis under the treatment of Dr Clark It was prophesied several years ago that Uncle Mat McDonald Charlie Blcvins and Tom Green wade would never die but would- bo translated to Heaven in the flesh Uncle Mat I believe was to be caught tle up from among his fat c atI piOow partythlltthoan end inside of a hundred weeks What do you think about it Beech Woods quiteickRichard Stone visited Jas Stone Thursdaynight Oil Snedegar sold a horse to Dr A W Jones for 120 John Chandler bought the property belpngiiig to Mrs Ellen Grains helms for 300oThe pikehasbcon impassable for several days on account of the snowdrifts But Gao Boyd and Oscar Horseman are going to clear the way with scoop shovels r yhelbyvihlettending coIlegerud4ig teie g raphy railroad book koeplpg and ypewriting Waiter has lJ1ip carob and says he is ready fpr busf ness We wish him nil suceoeB A j Wallace Cnrtmill and Lar ira i Jhandler of Flat Creek were mar n asedctuSullioCortmillgropm gAve thorn a reception WedI linflnesday night Wallace is a worthy f young man and shews his apprecia i don of a wife by tho way he went hfsnow We congratulate Mr Curt mill in securing cuch a lovely bridi d wish them a happy life I jr kutlook bJobWorki r4 jp JIi 4a i r ixu tIIi v r C9 LckinA Union On account of the severely cold weather there isnt any work going on- T C Raglnnd and wife continue logeBro II J Ramey filled his reg till r da anyOSear Willison drillud in nn oil IcyortJohn R Jackson hUll rented M P Williams linusu for the year tI moved in Friday und Satur day bClunIi ground in erecting the plant for mpingwoG R Keller line begun tho worfl Iof erecting a plant on J WyHamt farm for pumping lor i Rock Oil Co of Carlisle I Midland City W W Razor went to Cincinnati withII carload of hogs Saturday Loe Thompsons children have been quite sick the past week wit chickenpox The water pipes at the mill froze up and bursted and they haven Pt sawed any for several lays IKltule n colored man nt the pecrelyfrostbitten spell Julio and toned the supper given by the Odd Fellows at Suit Lick Saturday ght Shelton Sutton of Cow Creek and Trav Myers of Farmers each ought n lot of Mrs Lou Myers nnd are preparing to erect dwell ngon them Moores Ferry ITom Razor sold W W Razor t of fat hogs at Go Edgar Hiley bought a horse of John Snedegar for 90flGeorge Goodpnster bought a horse of Elihu Ford for 75 Willie Ellington sold J C and Leslie Atchison 51 hogs at 5Jc per p oundAMiss Ora Cassity of Yale is visiting her siaier Mrs J E John son ibis weektJ M Kissick Onas Downoy and George T Flood started Monday evening for Illinois Elder H C Downey preached at Hedricka Sunday He preaches gain the lib Sunday in Marcho John W Rice visited his brother JOUles Rice who is vary low not expected to live near Plummet 8 Landing Fairview Several from here attended Court at Flemingsburg MonnaydCharles Bailey todnyiorIRev Muejjrave filled the regular appointment at this place Sunday and Rev Onan preached Sunday night Sane few from here ntttndedt h0 rd q i 7 in iJouif on East For- kjSfturJOVlr Routt is to leave Y for Illinois lo home will teach here for the benefit in the neigh borhood He isalso talking of teachIng the fall school Married Wednesday Feb 18th at the church by limo Ed Ander son Mr Sammie Daugherty and Miss Minnie Harmon They are both excellent young people and we join with their many friends in wishing theta many joys and much future happinessl Mud Lick John Blcvins bought some corn of Elian Higbley Born Feb 20th to Lafe Staten tnd wife a fine boy John Moore of Salt Lick has moved to Sponoel Brothers place on Mud Lick Clell little son of Elias Highley was quite sick the past week better at prcFent GW Sponcel has a very bad HighleyIsRichard Williams has rented a farm near Mt Sterling and will move to the same soon jDouglas smithof Coving on who is now on Mud Lick will rol turn to Covington March 1st Marion Crouch of Indiana now f Olympia Ky is going to fur nish ice for the Springs next summer Old men on Mud Lick say that Wednesday night of last week was the coldest they had known for ears Mrs McGIothin of Salt Lickjj who broke one of her lower limbo In some time 0longEd Cnrrington and Sam Wills cut the monster tree on Mud Lick lit made 6500 boards one cord of ftstnve bolts 10 ties and 10 cords of wood- 4 keepheugUnclemany people will be sorry to see im go j- U Frank Roseberrj went out hunt jing one night last wook with his 114yearold dog Old Lead They caught arid killed 25 opt tuns Who is the hunter that aI eat that I jj i Craigs Aunt Mary Sexton Is poorly Mrs Eph Hutton is up again af ter beeraTho people will commence mow andrightrch i6ciosoJWell Old Crimp has como again d fetched hit family with him pe ho wont stay long What has become of Licking Vat The correspondent wrote ouee and stopped Was glad to hear from thai place Write more plcustJIMrs lien Thompson and sister Mils Priidic Sorrell were guests of their brother James Sorrell from Saturday till Monday ThorAas McGIothin nnd wife re g eats of Lawrence Thomas nnd fa nly Saturday and Sunday They 11ne the Indian Territory fever ia that country dont know but I think it will wear oil right soon Olympia Herbie Cosiigan in sick recVn1terMrs Miranda Swarts is sick Mrs Kate Costigan is very sick Will Williamson is some better Born to Sum Clnrk and wife n gi rlnoBill Swarts returned home from Brealhitt Co Tuesday Mrs Saliio Hunter cf Covin n1is visiting her parents Mr Mrs Robert Ovorby Mrs S C Alexander is Rtill at the bedside of her mother Mrs II H Lewis nt Salt Lick staMartiedington nt the homo of Elder J W McGarvcy Elder Will A William of Forge Hill and Miss Lizzie V Warren of this place Mr Wile Hams Is one of our brighest young ftc n MharmingGopher und is a bright and intelligent young lady We wish Mr spyUppor Prickly Ash Almanza Stone is better E S Hamilton and wife visited Stone and wife Sunday spentSun Mrs Caleb Ratliff went to Ash land Friday to be with her brother Morton harperbeP thhelpsne day last week ppantSundayShrout in Owjngsville A Donaldsonof b seurgMr Nancy Shrout this veekhDaniel Harper returned Satur ay fiorn Ashland where he hud been for several atMortondays ago and died Sunday night end will be buried in the Owing ville Cemetery Tuesday at 3 ocln ek p m The family und relatives have the sympathy of the entire Tl1mentFarmerseOneof tho coldest snaps sin co 99 was exporieiiccd here lust week Attorney Theo DeSabln of Morehead was a business visit or hero Saturday thmerchanta few days with neuralgia Born to toe wifo of W II Cooper Saturday evening 21st inst n girl mother and baby doing nicoI Jy Judge A J Williams purchased ast Friday tho butcher strop and entire stock of C P Phelps on IttR Street Rev L P V Williams of More BaptistChurchand 7 p in- Thompson Alfrey and family of Ragland have moved to the farm owned by J B Warren in westbend of town oChristo say remains very ill at bis home hers There lure now no hopes for his recovery Miss Emma Thomas who hnd been visiting relatives and friends at Preston for several days return ed home FridaytThere was another good tide inS Licking river last weekAn im monco amount of logs ties and i staves were floated to this market v Volney Ingram and MastorI Joshua Carey students of More head Normal School spent Satur dayand Sunday with their parents heroiiiS B Reese one of our onterpris fing sawmill men returned Friday t from the mountains where hejad been tor several days after his timber inlereats in that part7 Mrs J M Green has been quite poorly for several days nnd on ac count of her illness boarders and transient trade bavo been turned house4uite you nd folks enjoyed themselve nh a lote hour at cnndypulling Snd play I party given by Mr and Mrs Wm a Maze in the east end Saturday night Mrs DrA W McCleese who had been visiting her parentsJL Gas shy and wife in ty for several days returned home f Saturday She line been in bud manyfriends in A man of winning aYRthv gambler Baliimorc American f t 1t Z i f West End Travis Warner is some better F deashopIsrael Williams had a fine sow pigs to freeze to death oel Moore shot himself ned den tally with a rifle did not Icurn par tiCUlars H Idaattiecoi flsumptionofn few weeks at best Tho Suit Lick Hunk will lit ing 3sui t against tho Whito Sulphur trict for tho sum of 16 Shame on the patrons or trustees ns case may boo to lngHCity where ho has a large contract in timber Mrs N isat her son inl coiawtreatment of Dr Jones of Odessa 1tie morthe host Bothol This Robertson brothers attended thb Tobacco Fair at Maysville and eived second premium A good attendance at the neimir ist Riratorsliff Stock and everything brought good prices ofanda daughter weight 8 Ibs name Edna Cannon Mrs W B Scott returned hoot Si wi ththworth in CincinnatiLMason Botls visited his aged mother Sunday She is not expected to livr Miss Lida Mae Bolts is ying with her grandmother Mrs Susan Re diedCy grrusAr farasuiithAllie Robertson wont n j to ontgomery Co to see ntt- nglish r who was so pl1dl h I T a kick from a horse in iseMr English has never beistoablo to eak tfinco the kickpSharpsburg Town Marshal ISaJconi Sharp wa t In Owingsvilla Tuesday Guno Johnson of Mt Sterlin g was hero Saturday on business Dr J W Rutherford who has been laid up with rheumatism able to be out again f The sleighing here has been good d those who have sleighs huve en enjoying it hugely especially e young folks orThetown was postponed from the lOt- to h on account of the culd day Tuesday Fb 24th Tho road to Mt Slerling was for Terzul days almost blokalled from avel by the snowdrifts the snowj ad to be shoveled oil I Wesley Jones clerk at Chine At Browns dry goods store is laiddhis lather B F Jones a severe ease of rheuniiitiBin Two vqutjg gentleman of Moore field were eIing on the fnirsex on tho roudvds Sunday Cot uo InJ1t n boyr when the mud dries up l or of t he P preachoJod lila fllrewl sirui undayI vening1e will go to i work at Louisville about Marc iJ At the Administrators sale of Ed Hatliff deceased at Bethel on S nturd y corn brought 150 per shock in the field and 275 in the crib sow and five pigs 36 every ing else sold well Terms three m onths Delayed W H Canan of Judy was hereon business Tuesday inItH C Uttorback made a business rip to Mt Sterling FriaywJudge L S Rogers and Claude Ratliff were in Owingsville Tuesday John R Triplctt olt1J hn CAr n atold225 S T Howard nnd D B Utter ack finMrs Wailer Sharp nnd daughter Miss Anna Jefferson wore In dtiSterling Friday Squire J M Hopkins and eon Robert of Little Rock were here Tuesday trading John C Arnold sold Waller harp his tobacco at 6c John iPeters to same at 6c Some claim Saturday the 14th Fas Groundhog day I guess ho lidoot see his shadow that dayeMrs Will Sharp was in Mt Ster accCmpaniedbome Mrs W H Bryant of Judy nnd hry8 Friday James Peters returned home Sunday from a weeks visit near Mt Sterling accompanied by his brothI er Michael Mr and Mrs Albert Moffettnnd little daughter Alberta of near- lIillersburgspent last week whrelatives here Dr W Ben Triplelt has formed partnership with Dr C W Tan ner of Mt Sterling They have established a branch office here Slutrpsburgay Thursday and Saturday George Bascom lost a valuable family horse by death last week e He had a veterinarianfrom Lex l gton to treat IJ i but he died The night ho difP he had threap aluable horse blankets placed oven him and at 12 oclock that night k1 cx J 1 i r 2 f i t t Mr Bascom went out 0ste him anti ing rlied and skinned and the hiile and Ithreelear n he Iuol nireredit reward for tho blankets and thiefple TSaltStavpleornand wife a son Mrs LT Robbins lies been quitehtick tilt pust week The blizzard has knocked the tne ws out this week coMrssvillc visited relatives Friday Saturday Mrs W A Whitcomb who reo tottlyChester came Saturday lo visit her ther Mrs W W Barnes The Odd Fellows gave a supper to their families at tho hull last Saturday night which waS greatly enjoyed by tbuse fortunate enough to be presentweA telegram was received here Sunday morning stating that Mrs chard Utterback had died n qibroughtlerback was formerly Miss Wren YulerDledFeb 20lh 1903 Miss Kate Pearl Sisson after a long illness aged 18 years This death was ovu Y8nlla8 Miss Pearl was just in e bloom of youth and eeeming1ir everything to live ord knows best and we doubt not tl reatShe was one of our most yo punga teacher in Sundayschool nndn leading member of the Young La es Prayermeeting she will be oatly missed To the bereaved ttier mother sister nnd brother w Gxpress our deepest sjmpathy in this their deep hour of trial Stopstone Our sick are nil on the mend ela thopestegsMiss Horgis Montjoy of Ewing ton is here visiting her sister Mrs B F Mynrs Jr and familyaJoo G Thompson left Thursday it to injoinr The coldest weather of the win iter was last Wednesday nighm1 dogrees below Hows that for ih Miss Kittio Lane spent several vleirlDggrSterling Mies EvnBoydwho has been visiiing in Boyd Co for tho last four months returned homo last Monday afternoon sOurbed with n bad cage of neuralgia t nnd if be doesnt 800n g t betti r dont know what wo enull do for orn bread after Friday grinding ay f Mrs Thos Cossity and children arrived Thursday from BulTalcIll to see after the division of the bal a nee of the Alvin Cnssity lands her husband being one of the die reel heirs She reports everything frozen up at Buffalo t hirmorneter at 15 bolov insideuIall Bouses without fltr toh all auti nail doing welt Richard Goodpaster undS T Donohew who have been at work in a saw mill at Clay W Va re t t ghattheir complexion but our guess is that there were some love ties that that were pulling too hartland they had to return on that account at least both were with their best girl Sunday Eh boys it does draw sometimes harder than a each Grange Cltv Albert Grays children have hoopingcoughoThe sale of Mrs Victoria New man was well attendedpBH Rice sold to an Illinois man two horses prices 275 and 140 Miss Minnie Walton who has been quite sick is mueh improved L S Ratliff who has been con gntberinginCards are out announcing the carriage of Miss Btna D Newman to Mr Everett H Gardiner Wed nesclny at 030 a m March 4 bC 3 at the home of the brideiOn Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock Feb 18 1903 at the homo of A L Havens Mr Taylor Brad ley led to the Hymeneal altar Miss Miranda daughter of W A Brad deed kurns n wealthy farmer of near here Bro J RJonee of Odessa solemn- Ized tho vows that make two hearts beat as one The bride is one of the towns fairest and most nccora- pliahed girls being well qualified to make tho home of her husbat happy She will indeed be to Ii husband a loving and dutiful wife WyomingUllth ceased He is a fine young ma has many friends and everyone o t congratulions u prizo and fee assured that o will in every way prove himself companIonhehome of tho grooms sister MiraM Ren Yanlandingliau at Wyoming where a most bounteous reception was given then They will lenvw the first of March for Illinois to m irakenor untried life as they begin with ach other as true companions for ife may they over be happy nnd always be to each other ns they arc ow is tho wish of tho writer The best wishes of the community gQf with Mr and Mrs Taylor Bradley i a jf l lit J z F t fit Knob Lick lie mines are still drugging James Lowe is talking of going Indiana Hogs or shouts are scarce and nty or buyers J Barncssold mull to James ten T COhenty of feed for stock Uncle Jimmie Lowe wants to soil out and go to Arkansas Bonne Razor line been on the sick list is better nowAThere ore no new developments nceruhig oil in this vicinity The thermometer registered from 20 above to 20 bolow Inst week Mrs Fitzgerald moved Monday one of the companys housesAThe people are anxious for warmer weather as their coal and wood piles ore running down Frank Jackson who has been undsr the treatment DrBr BialOrnnd Robbing is getting along I ll orMazeIan d Saturday The ice IB 61 poor ality some 5 inches thick but o much snow on it Where are you nt West End ht promise of telling the truth hasnt knocked you out has it Yes come on your brother and sister reporters will stand by you a1onwho bIceivedba stnksurchase wants to keep the money homo There are some parties who h are machinery who would lease nnd try for oil if they could get any encouragement My advice to thep is to develop some other territory ns there are n few in this community who 1 think if bored for the simpler would be benefited nd a company would make more an for oil if success depended on riing something sure StooDswThe prospects are excellent for drouth next summer Mrs J T Lane is visiting friends Woodford countywLawrence Mallory ia recovering inicely from pneumonia Thos Roberson is to the front with two tobacco beds sowed thJin a few days to Mt Sterling It isnt necessary at nil to be henpecked lo bn a poultryuun J II w foorkSofuo men hitch their wagons to tare then put on tho breaksrMisery loves company and dots B MotWe notice thafranneyresVcounls nnd rnrls nrlt still bringing prut good pricesgJ M Mallory has rented the Stumper form from Bridges Bros for the ensuing year C Uostt weighed upsni tueM heifers to iibler k Robinson Mu aCdRY at 4375 per cwt After th Svnnto Committee on ptiunierHftHifl4BO there was not oven n Crum jt Some mens only hope of reach ing fume is that they havo failed to reach flvery thing else The moving ball will probably start to rolling this week aud will be kept up for some timenMark Ulery of Sherman III came Tuesday of this week to visit his siuier Mrs Brack Curter Jack Foley of Flat Creek has rented the John Goodpnstcr farm and will take possession ftarch 1 The kind words some men hare carved on their tombstones would are made their lives much bright r The Kansas Legislature failed to ass the Woman Suffrage bilL The Kansas solons are not so bad after all Dr J M Wnldeek loft Thursday for Hazel Green to attend his sale He will bring his family back with him The man who declares that monoy will do anything ia t man who will do anything money aoytblnRinthey manage to jnafee it bring n v OAnot get along In the world but give a nina muie sense and he can ick along at same old gait Misses Minnie Watson Ollie Seott and Alice Gibbons of Mt Sterling were guests of Misses Pennell and Clark last weekU wishingto Fesler5rover e Stoops wearing his life away among the saw briars rocks and Auctioneern lIfieldiC O RAILWAY dallyTrntnll22 4 gealsTIMBCAIin EFFECTIVE JULY fl iOt TIME ov THAINSAT PCSSTOJ STATIC KA6TBOUiD N N o212fr3ao2245 m j No21 1005 pD WESTBOUND No21 6UanNo 25 311 p m o I flitS m liaxlngtonCincinnati And EJajtem 9Ulf 1 i ft 4tA y tTf fY r tjiK It Sa t jfr4t = r FREE A MAGNIFICENT LIBRARY NTEST THAT PROMISES i TO PhOVE UNUSUALLY INTERESTIN6 DETAILS IN FULL number of Owingsville enter prisluig merchantS have arrange dawhatwJllproo themost Interest contest betweenIIOwingsville City Schools Masons altLlck Odd Fellows eker Lodge A O TJ Vt Robertson A 6 U B J jnighuts t Knights tlioMaccslieeB i Colored U BIo rqdu B Bt any club charcU or organization of cdjintyThe magnificent Ifrary consisting of The Dr Dwight ExPre of Yale University edition ofX pels of 2 the Worlds Great ClassicS contain lug set of Classic Histories set of Classic Science and Philosophy set of Classic Essays and Orations setsof Classic Drama English and Ori ental Literature Each nud every one of these book are specimens of the best mechanic execution which examination wf411 prove and they will bo on exhl fon at J T Klmbrougha drug orosvheretherubltt la invited to- llca and insuect same The conditions of the contests are as follows Any lodgochurch8chool club hospital college or organlza 1tion public or private is eligible tc the contest Votes for Individual1 will not ho counted With each ten icent cash purchase a ticket will be given by the merchants through fwhose liberality this grand 11l is furnished on which will be iUfen the amount of the purchase and the number of votes Tho purchaser w ill write on tho ticket tho name o tne institution or organization for hich he or she desires tovoto sign their name and deposit the ticket In the ballot box in the store where the p urchasolamade The standing of the ronlestantsv ill be published exclusively each issue of THE OwIativLLE OUTLOOK until March 27 1903 when tho re maining votes will be counted and the magnificent library awarded to e organization having the largest of votes TUB OUTLOOK will publish in each Issue a coupon that will entitle the holder to ten VOUB that will bo credited to tho Institu tion that Is written on space provided r same when delivered to the office o this paper Voting tickets can bo secured only Iat- uin the following stores Mrs D S Esllll Dry Goods and Illinery Jiunea Gillnn Gents FnrnTahlng Goods Clothing Boots and ShoefI Eo L k A r Byron liti 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and garden Strawberry nnd eneral catalogue on request otl1 4 phones i t ft HF Hillenmeyer So LEXINGTON KT j Form SALR Good 4room ugl and 68 acres of land sittet on Salt Well Branch about 5 melts west of Owingsville about 5I1c cloverballncoinyard Possession given March lfew STEELS V taI 1t a