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IJ r y 5 1 0II 3 c cci1 l t1 a r t if Tw j 1fC i r J sfe h c r ir 1tfj t f ji JtxiinuLLe utIaak4 iJt J Jl v VOL XXIV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 5 1903 NO 34 I 5 Whit you have a now Item or wish to commuin cato with TUB OUTLOOK office by phone ring up 51 J 1The Loader leads For sale by Brother k Co 111 Como to TUB OUTLOOK for horse and jack bills A postofflce will soon bo reestab 4Ushod at Okla Dont forget to see the cheap counter at Mrs Estills Probably not n tobacco bed was sowed during February j Wait for Brother Brothers tailor and buy your spring suit 10x20 picturo raraeB 1 to 125 each J M BuoTHEn FOR SALEOnc stack oats J WILL HOUSEMAN Grit Young has withdrawn from the grocery firm of Fratman 4 Co March came in like a rom fo the cold reddened noses and oars amazingly hMrs David Baxter of Carlisle desd at the table Wednes day of last week Brother b Brother arc agents for 4Iadte Anthony Ventilating Dress fi Shields no rubber Rev Edward B Crump will be gin n protracted meeting at Sher burn Thursday night It itedthat James Ware forffirly nf near Shnrpsburg died in AiiftUta Ga recently Harmon Lyter sold 2393 acres of land near town on the northwest to RF Tapp at 3650 per acre Brother Brother have just ro r ceived the late styjo drep goods in r silk oxfords jgo in and see them Carload barbed and smooth wire Juet tecoived prices low and guar onteed E L A T Brnox cVIMUST HAVE OUR MONET SO please cnn and settle S SlK 8KR If you want An auctioneer Iom t your man Terms roaonnWo M D FARIS Come in Court day and prie our tobacco cotton L BROTHER BROTHER W TiHV ebUt font full of the Lradcr cook stoves Buy ono antife be happy BROTHER tb Co TJio most striking sign of spring 6IRstweek was the marble phlng of the colored boys on the street f M On Saturday Robert Balky rent cd 26 acres ofjanct rf jP H Low rey on lowerPritIvAhataQJ- ames Harper of Catlettourg busqualified as oiltninitrntir of the estate of the late Morton liar P er 1j I Sbjnebody stole 3 out of the t clock atWmNnrmriorth of town Saturday while the family was L w Aaron Rogers moved lust Thursl day from near Preston to Horsemans tenant bouse east of town Next Monday will be County Court daya good time for those owingTnE OUTLOOK to call and 1settle i p Peter Honaker has bought n I Geo Kerr on upper Prickly Asb the old mill blacksmith shop and a will run it II vi TTWatter Jackson and Miss Lena of Olympia were married v by Elder B H Ross at bia home Tuesday night Tour happiness will never be complete until you get a Leader cook stove and White sowing ma chine Bud Brother sells them IGarloadof Birdsell wagons all sizes every one guaranteed prices the lowest it lELf A T BYRON r An Illinois nan bought two hun dred stock hogs in the Salt Lick neighborhood last week nt 6to6c He shipped them to his Illinois farm Mrs Richard Costigan and son of Olympia have smallpox and are quarantined A number of others exposed to the disease are also quarantined Young married couples just starting to housekeeping will make a mistake if they dont see Brother f Gbodpaitera stock before they buy They shore can fit you out cheaper than anybody FOB SALE Pinning and grist HIm resaw concave saw ripsaws 25horao power boiler and engine I machinery comparatively hew will sell all or any part in Owingsville G W MoKlNNKYAN 1BuaGIE AND FURNITURET Sbrout starts in the new year with a large and complete stock of bug gies amd furniture of all kinds to suit new beginners in housekeep tag Call and see him Cash or credit Funeral Furnishings Prompt I equipments and modern services also dealer in fir tclana furnltrire of all descriptions Call and sea bfprepurchaRIng elsewhere 4 M D PARIS Owinpsville Ky I 3LIIESS Funeral Director ant t Embalmer i fg r rl ItJf jil iittoij- r d t7I1i tI1 f W Soor1 ffiJ u 7l 1i1lt pa hrjitJ sF trt 1 JIp PERSONAL Efjbort Coons of 3It Sterling was In town Monday Mrs D S Efitill returned froi Cincinnati Saturday Glenn Perry was in Cincinnati lai week on business Clyde Daniel returned to Louis vlllo Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Dick Teniplcmnn Wyoming are both sick CInronc9 p McAlIster of Lexington was In town Sunday 1CrlTT Nesbltt is with Mrs W P Strador In Lexington Allio Bromagoin of near Ilramb lett was In town Monday Walter Halley went Monday to ac copt a position nt Shelbyvillo George N Tiohlass or Winchester was here lust week on business N R Patterson was in Mt Ster ling Morohcad and Salt Lick Thurs lily Outran Crouch moved this week from uiipei Slate to iSis itiiuu north of ton t Mrs King Ford of Lexington teaine Saturday to visit Mrs E H Goodpaster L D Brother loft Monday for Cin cinnati to buy llrother Brothers spring stock Mr antI Mrs John Oillon attend cd- the funeral of T C Raghuul at Snit Lick Tuesday Mrs Eugene Jtlinihnn left Saturday to visit her parents Mr anti Mrs Enos Kinney nt Covington Geo Beadle and family moved from Honry Hopkins farm to Win Moores farm below Salt Lick spentfromevening with their parents at Ill ton i joinVma prospecting trip to JncHan Tern tory It is understood that Mrs Rlva Callett will move soon to the F 1IEvrlng homo farm which she pur chased C S Tenipleman the veteran in purnnco iigout of Moorofleld vas hum Friday and was u social caller at this olHce Mrs Nannie Lathram of Tacketts Mill Owen CJM came upon n visit to relatives last week She will leave- ror home Mondaytos Rt1 lay to visit his brother Jo and sister Mrs Louvlsa Hopkins in Illinois and nephew in Missouri Tams Clark has mod from upper Prickly Aoli to till farm lie bought of Robert lien Goodpaster near Sees tchioolimonsel ManyOudgihiweek from a visit to Mr and Mrs Mat Tyler at Lyndon Ky- Dr L IT Tsulbeo left Monday for Springs mist a tour Of the Vvt r the benefit of his health Ho willrbe on8 about threo weeks flmlly1frlmneU Wyoming to SmutJlrHIl t 8 JMrtcmlod the vedtllwr In Bourbon o last VJsdtynf Mrirs cousin thQ It1liIttrofj i s IFhsTo Barnes Ulrl f ttnic mi cttluk ha to he JCllJtIMiS Nina HtzclrIggnhtQra stny o wltlrMhsSallie l1ria iltp11 el last weektq visit lII go from there homo to FrankfBrt Charley Brother has a position as expr messenger on a rnllrondIUIFJ nlllg south from St Louis to Texasi Charleys host of friends will bo de thingthlltJessie Tnrney of Paris James JohnWlnn T laylormdTurnlJrlWeIll the salo of the Forgo Mill farm Fri dayiwas intown Monday John hasnt changed n bit since ho went away from hero Ho Is prospering well He recently bought a 15000 Iarnitnear Fl mlngsburg He prf live in Illinois us that Is a better State for business He Is running c farm and owns a number of racehorses but is gradually getting out of the latter business Thomas Hawkins aged 19 years son of Fred Hawkins died on East Fork Friday of consumption and was buried at Gilcad Saturday Friday was araini day At night there was lightning thiinder hard showers and wind Saturday morningwas bright with sunshine Sam Lathram bought of JMarion Moore of Forgo lull sixty ewes with lambsthe pick of a l1ockofI 100at 5 per head to be taken May 1st George W Honaker and wife of Naylors Branch bought of J D J Power 40 acres of land at the head of Prickly Ash for 900 and will move to it Jacob Sbrout and Miss Margaret Staten daughter of Henry Staten all of Kendalls Spring neighbor hood wore married Tuesday after noon by EIorB U Ross ELDEuTiNSLEr SaturdaysLou isvillo Post published a portrait of Elder TS Tinsloy of Norwood Ohio and stated that he had ac cepted a call to tho Clifton Christ inn Church ami would enter on his duties there March let UKCLAIUED LETTERS Roraain ling in the Owingsvlo Postnlllce March S 1003 Bert Jones Fen ton Rosoborry John Burns T W Clark Persons calling for above letters please say advertised J A BARNES P M DANG noDsLJ KIcKEDSldWar ren at Olympia wn riding a horse and a mule a line Frl stoppedjand f v i j td i i f y r iIIIt tnfl1l S I C = f If J ao4 We sell the Louder cook stove White sewing machine Chattanoo ga chillh1 0chill and A very steel plows either will please you 11111noTlun Co I make the best hrcnk cnrt on ittho market 20 25 30 rubber tires t lii to 22 per Let Buggy repairing and puinting n ppccialt IfOCAIt PALMCK The City Council wont let roc sellmy goods at auction but they cant keep me from selling cheaper than any house in town Come into see for yourself Mits T S EOTILL TOBACCO StLEsJ M Richnrt bought the tobacco crop of Joseph Dawson and Thomas Reed west of town at 5c on lower Slate J C Donnan and tenants Jack Toys itnd Isaac McCnrtys each at Sc We are gradually increasing our lines of hardware stored anti iui plements nnd will always soil you a GOOD article WORTH Tiin lONEYI We dont keep trlllhn BROTHER J Co Robert Johnson lion moved his barber shop to tho front room over Oscar Chandlers store lIt will be plenped to see his old customers and nil who need jiis services in his now quarters 3431 Harbeson nnd Slattery received the Democratic nominations for Circuit Judge und Conimonwciilths Attorney respectively for the Flew ing Co district by acclamation at Vanceburg Feb 25th BATH Co Boy WONAt the InhterSociety Oratorical contest nUaldson of near Sharpsburg won the first prize nUll the honor of e representing his college at the In tcrCollogiate contest in Lexingtonw April 10th Ills on ton was onG Our Nations Triumphs were four contestantst QUEEN CITYS IIIGOEST FinniCincinnati had the biggest ier history Thursday afternoon and night Half the rquare buundJed by Fourth and Third Walnut streets burnid includinga Pikef Operahouse book store the American Hook tos MoYi and many others Ihu oss Ts 2000000 to S3000000 Tho original Pikes Operaiioiiiee the finest in Ameriua onRthe same site many years ngot The square recently burned was the finest in tho city The insur nee was light owing to the ahaobt T prohibitive rateSpFflaLLovIFoNcntriiary 3Pnilyaverage of 00 rtrerTn1 recitation Sillie Jti92 Wallace Gudscli1J2JubldaCoi ff acr 2f Alsx Ooodpiistur SI Jansos ttI 91 inks Thrnipvr Floln H 4jt thr ITcn j s jrrleNixon J0Iluf8t fleportment averoga 35or ver5alie ns US Voin 11- e 18g5 Edwid Wells 95 Frank 3Gudeli87njEiiiftS51Jbumber 30 average attend nce 29V Alas Con CONNER Teacher bioRepreeentativescy tobacco growers of forty coun Burleydistrictsn Lexfrigton last Thursday to draft articles of incorporation for an association of the tobacco growers to control the sale of Burley tobacco and tight the Tobacco trustw 0reportedtysix counties had organized and in many of them 60 to 70 per cent of the tobacco had been pledged ttJ tho association and ho thoughtb that 40000 growers could duccd to join Nearly twothirds of the work has already been done DOUBLE UCUEAVEMENT On FebI 15th Samuel Caesity received af telegram that his brother Lindolpbf Duck aged 51 years next Apl ril had died at the home of his sia ter Mrs Martha Marion of Mofl etto Mo He later received a notice that his fattier David J Cassity aged 85 years died of erysipelas at his homo near Golden City Barton countyMo Feb 18th after an illness of five days David J Cassity was a nativeofs cdtcltlzenall twclvo in the family of emii g grants of whom there are now onhi h lIve surviving Mrs Cassity dica about seven years ago Perry Cas sity of Salt Well is the only stir vivor of his fashers family 0chis own family there survive Mr Amanda Steele of Rockville Indl Samuel of Jones Branch thin county James M of Phelps Law1 renco Co Mo Jacob of Clinton I Mo Alex of Kansas City Mo Mrs Martha Marion of Monette Mo Mrs Ella Ettor with whom Mr Cassity was living at the time of his decease Many of the older citizens ro member deceased and will be truly sorry to hear of his death though onlyjinyingsure and a debt that nilmU8t pay of us long before reaching such a ripo age The relatives have the earnest condolences of many friends in their loss of an honored fatherand brother Tin CusisIi has been my rule to fill niluppointnlentM at whatever cost to self but it seems thU circumstances have been lIch that I had to break three at Olympia Tho first was on uccount ofat fu nornl I bud to attend and it could not be llonlll fuelOUTLIlOlthold quarterly meeting at the time I hud appointed end 1 had nn urgent cull from Butler so Iphtthere Sunday I was prevented by the smallpox Doctors advised and the law forbade our meeting and for n y part I think we are entirely too careless about this ever incrcns inc in uiuli jnance disease Yours truly E K DAWSON A Most SOCIAL The Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist Church kctpi strictly up to dole in devising novelties in the way entertainments The latent is ofI u Mum social to be given at T II Browns homo on Friday evening March 6th A prize will ho given to the person keeping mum till lunch is served Tho admis sion price is twontyHvc cents ices und cakes extra VtryllOdycor dially invited It will be a ruro sight Fancy a room full of earn keepfrumlaughing is prohibited too tho ordonlwill be torture nnd no prize will bo won Asa mutter of course those who have put themselves out of the running will do their best to put others out Tho fun will bo grent fifE HAUPEU INDIAN CLAIM Inn Daniel Harper and soninlaw Caleb HatlilT left Monday after oon to take the train at M Ster ug for Muskogee Indian Territory to investigate the John Hnrp r claim us a member of the Oboe Indian tribe John Harper as horn and reared on Harper reck Montgomery Co and went Juiiiingheith the Government as a member hio tribal liiiuls mid property are to bo divided equally among the in- ividuiel members and the heirs f OhlU Hirper expect to claim each n equal share John Harper was first cousin of lion Dntiiel Harp ers lather whoso imme was John Aiiont fifteen will go in tho party including Fletcher Crouch of Prickly Afh James Harper and tin W Ctlf Cnllettshurg Guv athihI of Ashlan John land Vtf er Harper of Mt Sterling LAND Pi hr F At RING E- sATaMr tvn rtlcu hoti2hi- trivately Lcittt farm of tho lute M Ewing pay t 40 ptr acre 630 trliZ On the premiersThursday Fib zfltli the 1icMflmtr thip high iiN ro9MeIlir Ae Ji1ie A 11am ton farm of Sil creQ 3+ nills riai Mt Sterling byJOllIInringing 37583 The Thomas II Grubbs farm of 23 acres 5 miles from Mt Ster ugon tho Owingsville pikeh by Robert Gatcwooil at 85 bringing 27SSOGThe YCII no boughtbyringing 12160cThe 150 acresoon Harper Creek 3J miles from Mt Sterling bought by I T Mc 1 bringiDIt CMtike bought by Colonel Gate p ood at 61 per acre bringing 7o 15rForgo Mill farm of 346 acres includingM the Water Dell mill was B Goodpaster at7015 per acre 2 127190- iTho total is 14078490 r TIWJIAS C RAULANDS DEATUpAfter n long Ulncss Ragland died Monday at the home of Wesley Alfrey in the Rngland oil field Tho funeral was heldh Tuosday burial in the graveyard at Salt Lick bydeceasedshud been in precarious health for years Still it is a sad and distressing event to them for Thomas C Ragland was known and lovedp for and near Many years home on upper Licking became the stoppingpluco of people from all sections in searchof healthor sport and everyone who was a A uet of tho hpuso soon came to Told Mr Rngland and his wifo in ttiQ warmest regard His neighbors all swore by him and ho was easily tho first citizen of his community Tho Ragland oil field took its nome from him the first well being drilled near his home but not on his farm In the course of development Yells drilled on his place proved fine producers and he sold the form for 10000 The purchasers offered him the use of the farm as a home as long as he lived but ho and lila wile made preparations to remove to Winches ter to reside this year expecting to tako life easy tho balance of their days Thomas C England was a son of William nntlGilla Ann Ragland was born about G3 years ago and reared in this county He was the eldest of fifteen children and the last surviving son of the family Ther are five sisters living Jane Mrs John Cowles of Indianapd j Ii t WI I RacketStoeI IVe can save you money on anything you need all we ask is a trial We have just received a nice line of Clothing and Shoes at nrices tlirit crint h hpnihnu u Mens Suits that wear well and look nice 88 500 450 298 198 J gojOys prLargeHorse Brushes 49 15 ice Thimbles 1C Axes 5 25C LadiesKidShoesS15012590c5c Ladies Calf Shoes 125 90c 65c Childrens Shoes 50c 25c PI Ladies Hose 3c pr Childrens Hose 5e lll Mens Socks 2c pI Bokers 4blade Barlow 20C Large Lamp No 2 burner 25c Small Lamp No 1 burner 15c Fancy Parlor Lamps 100 98c 75ct jlChinaTobacco CottonS 24 2C icyd t Have 3 doublebarrel Shotguns will sell at reduced prices GASH PAID FOR EGGS ETJT7 HEFTIN Shrduts AT COST I have concluded to add a complete line of Dry Goods and Notionsto my large stock of Clothing Shoesand MenfJ urnshing Goods j in order to make room f fsprrig purchases pdt avoit rryig PVer winter ods will cvniinue 2LVttt1 goods in stock at cc t un 1 til stock is s aictently reduced Dntforgttt- his and go elsewhere and pay the usual profit when you can save at least 25 by going GILLONS OWIKGSYILLE ra Emma Mrs Saunders of- ninbnidgo Ind Alice Mrs John 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SOLDIERS LIFE By Hewitt Zimmerman Aged 10 Soldier loads n pleasant life Especially if ho has no wife o Itmve behind when ho goes out To volunteer to war and scout Ho nlost always consumes good ra tions And goes to fIght other nations And If hes wounded bygun or spear The Army Surgeon Is near When ho gets well nid ready for battle Which doesnt tako him long for lies hardy as iattle He makes u foraging expedition Which Is a eoodby kind of mission And then he comes back laden splITho making his blood to boll Then when peace Is declared on landVThe merrybandTheir frionds meet them kindly And treat them quHj finely The best thing that I have to nren Ion- ThoSoidler Some times gets a pen slonn It makes a buxom woman awful nervous when she sees her husband reading antirfat advertisements r r T S Old Stand 1 to KY PosvhIe generally HAWKINSHAWKINS WEDDING i llf anybody gets moro out of life than R Samuel Hawkins of Hills born he is a treblyblest individual 5 Who is Sam Hawkins the aver age reader will inquire If the said average reader attended the yj Owingsville street fair last fall thero will be no difficulty in Calling Sam to his or her recollection for identification Sam is a member Su of the Ancient Order of United Workmen and is proud of it He certainly has no reason to bo other wise Tho street fair being held undor the auspices of that order Sam attended in all the glory of A O U W regalia paraphernalia one and such like and proceeded to crowd to tho limit with enjoyment theory infinitesimal fraction ofn to second of the whole three days In the bandstand moro conspicuous than tho kid horntootor who by the way is now Sams stepson the slidetromboneat or the band lift master himself on the parade the the smiling bowing cynosure of all eyes and especially feminine ones at the baby show with the prize cherub in his arms proudly claim ing it BB his own the scamp It a was his sisters baby in fact ubiquitous sharing attention and glory even with the Grand Marshal tU Dr Pioo Sam Hawkins and the street fair became synonymous terms So much for the idea tifica of tion of Really the street fair was just ers one of many episodes in Sams tor crowded career Smiled on by the Goddess Fortune Sum has extract ed more fun out of life than John D Rockefeller ever will know and but it Is innocent wholesome fun that harms nobody and makes the world all the better The latest and chiefeat teat of Sams beyond doubt his best was winning tho heart and hand of Mrs Annie Hawkins and having the legal con of veyanoe of same made by the help of er B II Ross at tho home of James K Eramons last Thursday tho afternoon When it was allover Sam was certainly as proud and happyn bridegroom as ever happen the ed and he had n right to be for a st man that wouldnt he that way when hs is authorized to be the life the companion of a pretty charming his woman is lacking in something very ecsential to manhood The his bride is the widow of L C Haw kina and is in the millinery busi lness at Hillsboro The bridegroom 18 tho son of Richard Hawkins up 04 ilj1ALESiIWhJ buy a shoddy eocaiibd hnndmnde or machlnemado Saddle or Harness whoa you can get strictly firstclass goods F tB jleatherOur KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLE Is tioVIf you try ono set of our handmade buggy harness you vI1IValways uso them I have the best line of saddlery goods in this iVpart of tho itnle I am Yours for best saddles and harness EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSYILLE KYV f SAN pa ATSONTFU- ccEsT 11 = 1tx HUE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO CIGARS SG r CFa = nUT rimit W ALftHnEIJ MLl J FOR MEN WOflEN and CHILDREN r t U MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY US WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED AIbestwearing leather in the world For sale by Oscar Chandler g r Come t j= =have just received SL large stock of new Z jI OF ALL IDS 4and have bargains for you Come and r- see and if I cant sell you shoes for less Vmoney than you have been paying dont tt buy It will pay you to see shoes that give prices of here 11I I Ladies Extonsion Fob Shoes regular 1 50 IILadies Vici Patent Leather Shoes regular 3 sti 2e Ladies Vici Kid Shoes regular 2 13 l I tr I Mens Viei Kid Shoes regular 225 1 rMens Leatherlined Shoes regular 2V 130iMens Patent Leather Shoos regular 3 I98f my bright mw Calico terns at 3 ISee 42 and 50 per yard 4II Ladies Skirts 50 70 135 195 Soap 2 5 8c cake Shoe Laces 12 pair5e- ydFancyrrilg lu ititttingSc IbI CALL VsBE tY 3RGAIN5 IN CITIj4cJ Mens Snits So Mons 12utu350tt Boys 2piece Suits aged 5io15e50ctleiSujtlGfrfehirts special bargains 24 and 27o anSI 45e jl Tobacco Cotton and 2jc ydVCASH PAm FOR EGGSrLOscarChandlerpV THE OUTLOOK joins in thehenrticsf congratulations to Mr and Mrs muel Hawkins CAPERBOJIE GAS WELLEver since as was struck in tho well driJledon John Ileilrrcks farm 1McIntyresbeen cutting capers exciting to ose directly interested amusing the onlookers and wore or less diverting to all The soughtfor fluid was found at a depthof 412 feet and immediately it made its debut by giving the 800lb driJa in the world and threatening uttor destruction of the der ricksort o hoisting it by its own petard so to speak Then it set tIed down to business said busi ness being to rumble nnd growl like miniature earthquake that hud swallowed tornado whole and WIlS troubled with indigestion in its lit insides At intervals ofa few minutes there are eructations of milky water and an abiding odor poatplioeene eggs A feeling pity took possession ofthe own and they sent to West Virginia n specialise in the treatment of subterranean colic A sympathetic bystander might have suggested n dose of Perry Davis Pain Killer facetiousness would have been dangerous in this iullimed state of local public opinion Dr Will Boo Stephens and Dr Isaac Shouec of Salt Lick amateur practitioners in the matter of gas wells camo out to make n diagnosis this wells case Tht Squire with Mr Shouse looking closely on struck a match in order to lookat patients tongue by artificial light or something there was a flash and the Squiro experienced novelty of nn instantaneous ave and hair cut by tho Bingo method The only drawback was Squires eyebrows went with other hirsute adorninentBMenn while Iko was fighting the tail of overcoat like a house afire and yelling Turn in u general alarm Turn in a general alarm Dog my cats if a gas well is nil its cracked to bqI1rho remarks imputed widgsVinef1II andMe 3ydLare CurtNins 79o pr Iii Hairpins lc per Towels 5 108c Writing Paper 5c jV l 5 2 GuvfngBa 1 2 One door above Postoffice H ctowentbackmonly accepted statement that like singed cuts they were better thnh WJAsi surely have ias to burn out there for fuelarid illunnntuing purposes and if necc8 ary to put on a Jinlt airship between tho metropolis lit 1iBaththiei the same is OwingA vllle apd tho Embryo Metropolis 4of Ettstsrii KciitDoJij wiiichlH other than Salt Lick notThe priiuip l stockholders inrcompany drilling for gnaroyVvJ1VFell antI Isaac Shous of Suit Lhkf 11SODcompany has leased from a number of landowner the terms being Ii gaswelllandowners are holding out for bet ten terms Wash Karrick ieasedVto them for a bonus of 25 in ad i0 dition if drilling was done at or 50 at tho expiration of days oneIOLD HIUKORT a standard grado Kentucky whisky absolutely pure and cnn b2 rrctipimended to medicinal iP ATCtifsox Owingsvillo KyV it riC Q RAILWAY 44JVftiatiyTrains Hand 23 carry Dining car secviri Meals nlncnrtc TIMECAUD BKPECTIVB JULY SI Kof VrVrVVTiuzc VEASnOtrjDNo25 t5Gan No221225 r No11OmpirwasTU bNDV JiiNo etc5 Jn J PJHNoBxpross Trains for LbuIsvnieLoxihBton Cincinnati Washington Tew Yorkcand Eastern Cltl See our samples and get L our prices 4nd weVAvi U dotOjobvorkV 1Ior iwi VV Vj t I c j 1 v = i i1 tV i1f i t t t1b 4 iIIt I t f j F OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK RUB CO Publishers OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY tI GEOGRAPHICAL ROMANCE Toung Phil Adelphla fell In love l t With pretty Mary Land orlIeschemed and thought till almost he might win her handg1d better be about It now Soon as I Kan raid he IOr else my rival Louis Vllle j ySAn ardent call to PayAs he approached he She In a hammock La yib getItp They had not wandered very tar When Phil with might and Maine acceptHimIm not religiously Inclined bi Nor do I go to Mass Said he Out sure ns truth Is truthbiv There is no other lass pieceIt farmj4 Alas said she What shall I saybYnever learned to Wash clean the house nor Mo the lawn toIThe Chins Id be sure to breakII The Turkey I should And Greece Id spill or some mishapflOccur at every turn And all the things Id try to conkintI From daylight until lark I theyHadPhil laughed a laugh most blltb and GaCGakAnd said You nr iuperiorf tTo all Rlrln ever Come a New Haven let us seek tL Where we may dwell for aye 4Inpeace and Concord all our lives Forever and n day t 14She gave consent and they were wed For a New Port set sailcr Where they arrived f Had weathered every gale1 WRJJL The Joy was great In that most blest Of all United States rs4 The state of matrimony Who 4 Could find such loving matesSRalph Hewett Dumont hYi IS KIDNAPPED I MILLIONAIRES I e 1 IATaleofWaflStreet I 1andtheTio1e + I By FREDERICK U ADAMS 11 I Copysght1tO2b txitbrop Publishing Company All ruhu rcMircd eCHAPTER X COXTINUKD i Naouw that I think on it he said yer friend Mister Jlestor was er v mighty fine singer TIe uster sing er 1song erbout an ole geczer that bad I tc er wooden leg and was always hard np for tirbaccer I dont rightly re i Imember the words but they was thrillin and Mister Hestor sister sing em and dance at titer same time He st was singen em one time in Orleans I anhe fell out through thor passage v 4 went Inter the MIn TIe I would die alaughin I He didnt i care a gash ding He swum rounder r while and then we pulled him out It Mighty lively feller that Hestor He just Didnt care nothin at all er H v bout When we was a loadin hIr ML45 lils 1J1e wpuldstanaraound crbaou- ttu tIter schooner anti raise Cain with I ther kwal1 pers and he gin each one on em ten dollars apiece ter drink his good health They didnt 5ihow up crgaln fer rr week Uster lV hire nfl ther rilggfrs tee sing an r danca fer him an thor war so many of them cavtiorUng along the levee that it looked like a rigger minstrel convention Mister Hestor would fit on ihfcJirJfliepofthcSbarknm fVSj jilggernrer to a place with a 20 pill toTgeit broke BO he could her V more coins ter throw an the blamed I ft darkey never did come back Mister Hesor thought that a big jok Mighty easy man ter get along with 5 L that Mister Hrstor But he was pe J i t lIarntlftbty peculiar TTje 3rwsy Bender was aroused t jjcJbIRcingcapt Parker good night t I l X they In spite of the fact they hnd slept nil day it WitS eix oclock t following morning be tietheyttumbled out of their bunks and appeared on deck The sky was I overcast and the wind had whipped Into the southeast and was blowing half ngale Capt Parker was roaring k orders to this sailors who were iclawing at the canvas and half reef i Ing tim calls The big topsails had J Tanished The foamcapped waves 4 dashed spitefully against the port side of the schooner und scattered spray across the piles of lumber 0 J There was the feel of rain in the air i1c To the north the smoke of n liner f i was just discernible through the 1 thIckenngrnhIstS i said Mr Seymour 9 ljji the captain approached t 7 tit f jtagoiflgth hlow cats arid dogs IL i isaid that gentleman 1 i 7 lie wasa good weather prophet i CHAPTER Xr fIt SPRINGING TIlE TRAP 1 i Walter B Hestor explained the Ie kf taiJsJr the proposed newspaper I rt rttUst to Mri Palmer J Morton on t J po Monday April 24 as has been nar f rated lIe awaited word from the e somelmptienceoiand1iiJ Vday to recgivea note from Mr Mor j ton slating tbptJie would be glad y to See blmat fonr oclock that after V soon rfeslor was there punctually yourkBon it j 4c Kent saiii Mr Morton without l I aay preliminary conversation Mr r Kent has agreed to broach the subV meIH of us have pressiajf engagements for i next Monday afternoon after bank r y Ing hpurs They expressed a willing t 0c ness to listen to your plans at that t time If such rwill suit your conveii J t l nce R 41f Jestr wascoo1as ice lie though 1 f 9a mbraeni calmly consulted a memo I Of random book ksd stated that be had t t l t Jmdi ai mimportant engagement Yi ef which readily could be postponed 1 We will meet at this ofllce then taW rri CcrtoH as he rose to signify Jhat theinterviewwasat an end if t Jclhave a saggestion to make1 fI t v Ui Hestor You sever have bee S J ba rRleYyaeht All lost 1 0 ftew aCslw waija commission in la C r IIidrJ waters The w stc retursted to the United States it a Haonthj nail1ins be en fFtK fon 1yerJ1uledndhcIQfine enI J y d iave t possible exeeptioe pfMr eare famptis u etcitdJ ad1w glad to womi Y91 3e HrkaniJi N JI If i ltfrl atfl J r iiFV J ttC J J t t Hto ltik jJf4rjT1fJ jr 7 I i Y C GL i s J Ji I t which we can discuss matters at leisure I will dock her at the Bat tery and it is but a few steps from1 here to the pier Rather too early in the season for yachting is it not saii Mr Morton but his face lit up at the thought He was a famous yachts man It is fine and warm today but it may be disagreeable Monday If it is bad weather we can meet at your office If it is tine we will thoIf the weather is favorable I see no reason why we should not accept our Invitation said Mr Morton tte will wait and see I will let liouafternoon If we decide to go on your acht Good day On Friday lIestor received a tele phone message from Sidney Ham C Yehicagohim the following letter M y Dear Sidney y lyouou and talk them over with you at once ut have matters of much Importance on hand which will take up every minute p o Rresumea anwaitinggive a dinner to several gentlemen on oard the Shark on Monday evening A exnYou must be one of the ciamThe Shark will bo docked near the mtdivitationwhich will require your advice Notify mo by message nt once of your accept ofnor reasons sufficiently obvious you will indly light a cigar with this note and maintain your habitual secrecy as n and a lawyer I remain dear Sidney Sincerely yours WALTER H HESTOR To this letter Hestor received a reply accepting the invitation anti congratulating him on the evident prospects of the trust and ex pressing a lively curiosity as to its subject nnd object The Monday selected by Mr Palmer Morton for a conference between his business associates and the repre sentativc of the New York Record w IasIn this history Mr Hestor was not surprised when the financier called him on the telephone and informed him that the invitation for a trip and a dinner on the Shark was nc cepted Mr Morton said that he had notified Messrs Kent Pence and Haven to meet at his office at about f kourcart them through Battery park the pier the location of which perfectly familiar to Mr Morton Mr Hestor replied that he would arrange with Mr Korkwell and Mr Carmody to meet either at Mr Mor t donsthe ncht This terminated the con v ersation over the telephone Hestor then caned Mr ISockwcll on the telephone That gentle man stated that he had an np pointment to meet Mr Carmody nt his office at three oclock and said that if Mr Hestor would call for them at about four oclock they would bjj pleased to accompany him his WB agreed to At this hour tIle Hestor carriage with the old family coachman on the box stood in front of the Carmody building and a few minutes later time three gentlemen were on their way to the boat They found that Mr Morton null his party- hndnrrhell as had Mr Sidney lIam mond who was acquainted with the members of the group of capitalists Mr Hammond is my attorney as well as my friend said Mr hector and he niay be able to throw light on any legal complications that may arise during our conversation ltf have not had an opportunity to discuss this matter nt any length with Mr Hestor saldSiaueyManT mondwith perfect tjtlth but I hope Itie plansjijayJirfove so perfect that rom this time on the services of my profession will not be neededaThe moment Mr Hestor arrived and found his invited Quests present he gave the signal to Capt Waters The lines were east oft and the boat headed out past Governors island and down the bay It is a shame to talk business on a lay like this said Mr Morton as the group stood on the bridge while the yacht swept past the giant Statue of Liberty hhlVe shall talk no business until after dinner said Hestor When ever you gentlemen are ready I shall be pleased to show you the Shark Capt Waters and I are very proud of her You have a fine boat said Mr Morton as the party repaired to the nft deckhouse and engaged the services of the grinning and dex terous Bob How fast Is she In an emergency we can drive her 23 knots an hour said Mr lies tar He looked nt a guage We are now running about eIghteend knots but I told Capt were Inno hurry She runs very smooth at IS knots Dont you think so Smooth as a watchnidMr MrJcellent discipline You must intro duce us to Capt Waters He ap pears to be the ideal of a marine officerYou shall meet him replied lies tor with a queer sort of smile lie Is the best captain that ever paced a bridge Capt Waters has been in the employ of our family for thirty years lie served with my father in the Asiatic trade and the map of the world is as familiar to him as Is your office furniture to you lie is accustomed to obey orders and to questionsyoufnoticlcrew You seem to have them under the discipline of the United States navy said Mr Pence I started to gq on the Abridge while you gentle quartersself squarely nmyway and stopped me1Ie was polite but decisive He said it was against orders exceptCttptan xmember of the United States or British navy They would not be content except under naval discipline They are schooled to it They re gard Capt Waters their commander as the greatest man on earth They respect me only because Capt Wa tees has informed them that IJim the owner But If Capt Waters told them In put me In Irons they would not hesitate for a moment to do it If he gave the word they would cheerfully sail up the Thames and bombard the Houses of Parliament Mr Pence glanced nervously atR stafvfart marine who paced slowly and regularly back and forth on the afterdeck Bob exclaimed MrHcRtorgo and ask the steward when dinner will U reafly fdney tJjere IQQii v vtq f t4aits 1 t 0 tp rrr it f f ln as LIsaid Mr Hammond This sea air Is n great appetizer You need not worry Sidney there will be plenty Mr Hestor replied We have provisions on board to last for two months If necessary A gain he smiled in a queer sort of su v byddenlye saloon where he performed with much agility a song and dance to the words There was an old geezer and he had a wooden leg e had no tobacco no tobacco could he bg- Another old geezer was ns cunning as a fox And ho always had tobacco In his old tobacco box Clogs ho always had tobacco In his old tobacco box Hestor terminated lila song with a wild break down which was hard completed before Bob returned with word that dinner was ready That is an accomplishment 1 dill not know you possessed said Mr- ockwell with un air of mingled stisenient and disgust I certainly am a snail wag said Mr Hestor who seemed strangely hilarated Sidney gave him a re proving look and received a non inmittnl grin in response It was growing dusk as the eight en seated themselves in the cozy ning rooin of the Shark The dinner was nn excellent one and an prouditThe dinner ended and coffee was followed by cigars Mr Morton looked at lila watch It is half vast eight oclock he said in some surprise You must get back before eleven oclock he added addressing Mr Hestor That wii give us 1lentYof time to discuss the mutter which is the real object of this most enjoyable trip Which way are we headed now Mr Morton looked over his should er to the starboard The lights of Seabright twinkled faintly over some 12 miles of waters We are headed about for Spain bbould say said Hestor with an uneasy laugh I must be home before 11 oclock declared Mr Pence My folks will be worried to death Mr Pence seemed much annoyed antI disturbed That is later than I had calculated to remain out said Mr Carmody You will have to give us that 23 nots an hour in order to get us back in Waters stood in tho door way isis form showing clear against the moonlit sky You are not going home tonight gentlemen said Ilestor with studied deliberation I have decided to en YOU ARE NOT GOING HOME TONIGHT GENTLEMEN SAID HESTOR joy your company for nn indefinite period You are to take a well earned vacation SIt t1e4 e e and 1mblcr SharkiWlexclaimed Sidney Hammond as ho advanced in a halfthreatening manner towards Hestor Capt Waters a Jndamazement Put the boat about at once anti do not mar by your ill timed jokes an occasion which has been so thoroughly enjoyed by all your guests Hammonds eyc flashed in angertThis is no merry or said Hestor who though slight pale was cool and collected We Ire not going back to New York tonight nor for many days to come I have determined to ascertain whethei or not the universe will continue to run without the aid of you gentlemen and have adopted this pleasant method of making the test Ol course there are bound to be some trifling annoyances andsome worr occasioned but with your aid these can bo reduced to a minimum With the exception of Jlr Kent the guests had arisen from their chairs Their faces vere a study for nn artist Mr Itockwell was in a heJ1YdecnntrrIf you are in earnest this is an outrage for which you shall suffer he shouted in a voice hoarse wlt passion He dropped the decanter in his excitement and it smashed ir fragments on the floor If you are sane this Is a crime If It is a joke it Is an intolerable outrage If you are crazy you should be taken care of by your friends I am sure lit continued lowering his voice and speaking with more calmness that Capt Waters and his crew will pay no attention to your orders Surel I he will not detain gentlemen of our standing against our will Mr Kent arose deliberately nnd paced up and down the diningroom smoking his cigar with time air of a spectator who was but slightly into e ted In the nuttier at jessie Mr Pence was in an agony of terror Spei11ctocaptain To Be Continued Stingy and KnrronrMlmleil ncr husbands brother had through his own efforts become very rich llyj5 he said I will do something for her and the children am under no obligations to them but they are poor nnd I feel that it will be no more than right for m to help tbem- Tberefore he bought a comfortablt borne for them und gave her thf deed Then he took her to the furniture stores and they secured carpets beds chairs and other things that were necessary to make them comfortable and he paid for them after which ho went about his own affairs rejoicing She sat In her new home with hei bands clasped in her lap and a sad look on her face What ia the trouble her nelgb hot asked I was thinking of the fishnesf and meanness of some people she sorrowfully replied Think of all time money he has Yet he Is too utingy too uarrowrinlnded even tr 19ieus a planoVChicupb HCMl1 F3 J itc 1 t2 I h r h 3IN OF IMPATIENCE Human Failing Which Robs the Soul of Victory and Blessing r iplrltnnl Impatience na Dlalln- Kiilnlinl rani Impntlrnc tor the I lrNli Sermon by the high wny nml ilyivoy Ircacbcr Copyright IMS by A N Kellogg News paper Co Chicago March TcxtFor ye have need of patience that otter ye have done the will of God ye tiifby which the soul climbs tip to the presence of God patience is the gentle and nevertiring attendant who keeps the soul waiting on the threshold of Gods will until the blessing is received If unbelitf is the mist which shuts out tIme flee of God from time soul and blinds it to time only safe path in Christtlesusv impatience is the spade where lilt man digs the grave into which are cast his peace of mind and sometimes lila hope of Heaven laI hence is a virtue of such glorious beauty as to make God willing to he called a God of patience Impatience is a vice which sputters anti Hashes in the human heart and life and causes more unhapplness and shatters suave lmnvresthe emery put into the oil will soon grind tint the finest bearings and ruin mmihetience injected into the machinery of home social and business life will cut the smoothsurfaces and create dis cord and trouble where harmony be fore prevailed Patience is construe tie hut impatience is relentlessly de si met he Gods word declares that laticnce workcth experience hut tIme mpatient man or woman or child wilh shut eyes and fingers pressed into the ears rushes madly into the face of cx Mjrience anti ne learns Patience is btoforces of nature are to the earth andithe universe Patience prevents ulness of energy and power it guards against destructive violence and disin tegrating processes Patience is the safety valve that keeps the boiler of human dynamics under safe pressure and prevents the destructive explosion Patience is time great flywheel that keeps the engine of time daily existencebrunning true and steady ence htersGodlikencss But in this onrushingt restless age the feverish has woven into the fabric of his life tIme unhappy worth impatience He has chiseled the same word in the anhaywhichspanG time entrance to beIwhich is heavy with the deadly miasma of impatienceh hfhodpatience of Jesus Christ to the pa hence of Job and Paul refers to his sownup as examples of patience and the churches at Ephesnsv Thyratira and Philadelphia were commended for their patience Kven the patience of time Scriptures is declared This lasttI s rather a peculiar expression fullor deep spiritual meaning It is most natural to speak of time patienceA of Jesus Christ as we think 18 years at the carpenter bench and of Ills three years of faithful ministr while He faced time accursed death upon the cross We do not consider it out of place for Paul to refer to his own patience as we follow him in lilt tediouu and perilous missionary tours and see how in every place he first sought out the Jews and preached to them Jesus despite their bitter hosti- lItLand persSYtionWtret1Jnmes speaks of tM prophets as examples of patience we can but say amen as we recall timer longsuffering patience in delivering the message of God to a wayward and perverse nation When ob is raised to the pinnacle of humans attainment by the same inspired writer and is held out as the great ex emplar of patience outside of Christ Himself simple justice concedes hut tilt place without argument But when God speaks of time patience of ime Scriptures the expression at one challenges attention What does it mean It means that Gods marvelous secret of time redemption of man has been gradually unfolded to the mini and heart of man as fast as it was safe so to do The first promise in Genesis that time seed of the woman should bruise the serpents head held within its simple phrase the germ from which wasTo spring the glorl ous plant of salvation As the first faint blush of time dawning morn prepares one for the coming of the glorious sun so this promise spread a rose tint over the horizon of man which awakened In his heart the hope of a coming light And each new promise sent out its gleam e light and prepared his vision for the full blaze of glory of the Son of Righteousness as He rosa with healing in His wings And herein i3 Serijturesually step by step led man from tIle deep valley of death in sin outside time Garden of Eden up up over tIle way blazed by Enoch Noah Abraham Isaac and Jacob Moses David and the prophets until Calvarys heights are scaled and the full glory of the cross bursts upon the human sion The patient in the darkened room would have his restored eyesight burned out forever if suddenly the full light of time noonday sun were allowed to stream into the room Th e doctor knows that the eyes must gradually become accustomed to the fun light of day and so when th bandages are removed the greatest care is exercised Each day sees n little more light admitted to the patients room anti after tkiys and days of patient waiting at last the fu glow of the glorious sunlight is allowed to stream into the room So IV is with the unfolding of the Scriptures How patiently through the centuries did the Holy Spirit brood over the Di vine secret and paint in each colqr until the manger at Bethlehem the cross on Calvary timid the rockhewn tomb from which streamed the triumphant light of the risen Saviour stood out in clear bold relief upon the canvas of Gods infinite love and mercy Well indeed may we let our thoughts dwell upon the patience of the Scriptures as vfe begin the consideration of our theme the sin of impatience Ah if God hud not so patiently unfolded in the Scriptures the awfulness of sin and the complete salvation there is in Christ Jesus nina would have been con sumed with the brightness of His com ing just as the unrepentant who are now blinding their eyes to the will be some day truthI There pre two phases of this impatience to which we wish to direct your attention First the one of im patience in Christian service against which OUr text Is especially directed tpd second the one cf Impatient g 1 r f dallylifespiritual impatience and impatience of the flesh They both spring from the same root Tlmey are both sinful They both carry their consequencesnntpasses for commendable zeal in the Lords work t cehosetheflesheven though it finds ready excuse in gneitfrom lack of faith and imperfect knowl edge of God anti His promises Impa enceof the flesh springs from a multi ide of irritating conditions in the hu man life It soon becomes a habit which sounds out in the life a discordant strain and spreads an unwhole some influence upon nil about What is more discouragIng church impntlcntChrlslian not workout just as it was expected or purposed they should who con d rains associates because they are not as faithful and enthusiastic in the work ns is he who becomes weary in welldoing and grows careless nnd indifferent when souls are not won for Christ ns was prayed for and as there was reason to suppose they would he who loses faith in Gods rmimmises when the blessing fails to p c iilannedselfappointed zeal seeks to make o ilffeneithc c Piiiirtliits impatient Christian who U con stantly creating discord anti troubler plrntlIlJCrJrment father or mother or child He ori he is hardly out of bed III the mornlngbe s f mikine streaming in at the window and na mire sill atune with melody but let the impatient spirit begin to strike Its dill c t dhateerybenrtand intention and from that time on the devil has pretty much Ms own way He makes the coffee appear rank and crhphuconhe turns the nice light pancakes into eavy soggy timings third are not fit to at in fact he holds high carnival in hat home antI is kept busy sowing tares that are sure of an abundant and early harvest Ta impatient word or look the impatient action arc potent for evil and can change the sunshine of the home into ugly darkness the melody of tuneful hearts into distract ing discord nnd the warmth of loving into the frigid coldness of wicked ate 0 the Impatient member in the onme is worse than famine or pesti ence because he no only starves the goodness all out but he breeds great of ugly progeny that poison ant kill time pure wholesome life that should thrive there And the Impatient person is found everywhere on the street in the office time public assembly on the train in he street car yes everywhere Watch for him Perhaps you will have to take looking glass to see him sometimes nd wherever the impatient soul breathes and speaks nnd acts he strikes sparks that set new fires and spread the evil influence The sin of Impatience Oh who can measure it 7 Spiritual Impatience But let us consider this sin more in detail and first of all we wilt talk about what we have been forforto call for wont of a ImpatienclOllrlt nee that uida e have done the will of God yc ir tbe proni ise It is nddFessed to lime Chsm It boldly anti plainly declares fliai there isa lock in the life which is de stroying the beautiful effect of doing the will of God and is robbing the soul ceofgarnered in the fullness of Gods time Ye have need of patience Ah Chris han warrior you are drawn up in bat tie array In the distance cab be seen the ranks of the enemy You are eager for the conflict Get on all the armor But what is it that Paul cries when he has his soldier fully equipped from the helmet of preparntionthe shieldof faith in one hand and the sword of the Spirit in the other Does he imnetuously urge the soldier ListenlItient haste will cost you the battle but patient waiting will reveal to you the real strength of your foe and show you just where to strike the blow Stand therefore for ye have need of patience that after ye have lone the will of God ye might receive the promise and that ye might wjn the victory Patience is the bridge which connects the beautiful land of Godswi ill with the treasure house of Divine gifts The obedient soul walks faith fully through the land of Gods will and in the distance can be seen the txrtaln reward of the promise nut the bridge of patience must be crossed before the coveted possession can be gained Many a Christian succeeds in attokeepingthe promise until it is reached he grows impatient and turning back loses all the blessing that comes from ofIIIt was the Way over which Chri was forced to go before He cou say It is finished and give to the world the gift of salvation It was the route which echoed with the tire less tread of Pauls feet and whie led him to heights where he cou sing I have fought a good light 1 have finished my course I have he the faith henceforth there is is up for me a crown of righteousness which the Lord the Righteous Judge shall give me at that day It is the pathway over which the prophets of old were compelled to travel Their faith in seeing the way of the Lord and His promises and their patience in waiting for that which they knew was to be realized gave to the Jew ish nation and all the world the full ness of the promises and will give yet more fully as the time of further fulfillment arrives The bridge of pa tience through all th centuries hits been pressed by the fftfet of the who have successfully wrought for God They must needs have had patience else after doing the wiUof God they would not have received thfr fulfillment promise And oh how the Christian fa this rushing nnd steadyIbefore the fruit if service is gath ered Time 1nrfanf the but tho harvester OPM not seedI I r ately follow the planter Thtra must be rain and sunshine und harrowing and then waiting patient waiting before the hope of the farmer is realized So in the Christian life and service The toiler in the Lords vineyard has great need of patience in order that having done the will of God he might m ive the promise Par God doth not bid times wait To disappoint at last A golden promise fair and groat In preceptmold Is cast Soon shall the morning gild The dark horlzonrlm Thy hearts desire shall be fulllad Wait patiently for Him The weary waiting times Are bufthe mumed peals tome preluding celestial chimes That hall His chariot wheels Trust Hint to tune thy voice To blend with seraphim Ills Walt shall Issue in Ilejolctl Wait patiently for Him He doth not bd thee wait Like drilL wood on the wave For fickle chance or fixed fate To ruin or to save Thine eyes shall surely see No distant hope or dim The Lord thy God arise for thee Walt patiently for Him Impatience of the Flesh Misguided human nature has come to believe and feel that it has a right to manifest impatience In fact it is viewed often in the light of a passive if not an active virtue Time impatient person is the least conscious of anyone of time fail and almost always calls the faulty n more dignified and respectable name The Christian is In very great- anger of falling into this condition in attitude towards evil and towards who mire living in sin He for ets how patient Cods towards the dinner and calls his impatience rlghteoiiK indignation or abhorrence of evil Impatience like the spark which reveals time presence of time pow- erd keg uninaKks the inner self and with the roar of the tempest the hid en pabnlonH llahh forth Oh that mighit open your eyes to the woes and troubles which are hatched out in the incubator of Impatience Greek mythology tells us that it was Pan oras curious hand which released the mflhs of evil in time world but it is no mythological tale but faithful history which recounts theills set adrift on the current of human life by the impatient hum of man Impatience Is a riotous fellow who is always stirring up trouble Impatience is a heartless roll her who steals away the peace and hap pinesH of the home time ennobling thought and inspiration of the study the success of the office the harmoni ous cooperation of time mill and factory the exhilarating pleasure of the play groundtimengneeableelevatingatmosimere away a mans judgment rifles him of his selfcontrol and then turns him loose an easy victim to the horde of riotous fellows who follow in his trail rtppaticncc is such a little sin that it creeps in unawares anti has one floored before he realizes it Yes impatience teems like such a little sin that it is allowed to fester in the heart and life But if you will trace tin everwiden ing everdarkening lines of radiation as they spread out horn time little impatient thought or word or action you will be appalled that so little a seed can bring forth so large a tree that so slight a pinch of leaven can per meate the whole mass of dough The Cure And how may the sin of impatience be eradicated How may the Christian worker tread the full length of the bridge of patience so tha t the promise may at last be clasped In the hand that has faithfully wrought Impatienceroots and cast away with its abundance of unwholesome fruit Does God tell us we have need of patience and then fail to help us in our need Nay verily But He Who has said Ye have need of patience jvb5sueeiia uravtnjrnLa ne did lntlie impatient heart of Paul as he fretted under his thorn in the flesh My grace is sufficient for you for My strengths made perfect in weakness The grace and strength of God are able to keep the Christian soldier standingt waiting patiently for the the promise They are powerful enough toconquerthe most i II pn heart arid make the tribulations of lifetblossom into the beautiful and grant flowers of patience Yes ye have need of patience but blessed be God forever we have a God Who can sup ply all our need if we will butIet Him Will you Ieftion of a Broken Resolution There is sometimes gain in the failure to keep ones resolutions it is quite likely that they were not written with the right sort of pen and ink Sometimes a purpose to do right is written with the ink of senti ment and failure comes soon Some times the resolution is written with the pen of ones own strength nail tjie end is not far away If In these cases we clearly see the reimsen for the failure we shall greatly benefit thereby A resolution made with- faith in God is likely to mark n new plan of life a step higher Paul was a boastful man he said he could do mill timings but he recognized that he was himself plus the mighty strength of God I can do nil timings through Christ It was a great lesson to learn it was not a sad revelation of the weakness of Paul but glad acknowledgment that Christ was his strength If the res olutions of the recent new year find themselves broken if we shall dis cover time cause of their breaking the failure will turn out to be a sig nal success for a consciousness of weakness lies dose to the extended power of God Baptist Union Keep on GrowIng Advocatedknows as what he is now learning that keeps him intellectually anti spirit ually alive All past attainments have hardendway to prevent this catastrophe is toi Wedwho have ceased to possess any vital force because they have ceased to add anything to their stock of informa tion Some preachers that once corn manded the attention of the most in telligent congregations have become utterly unacceptable It is not be cause they have forgotten anything that they once knew but because they are no longer students and thinkers They are simply drawing on the for mar accumulations and the public hasr detected the fact Present Trials Present trials may be severe and unpleasant but there is an afterward there lf a blessed and glorious afterward in all of Gods dealings with His children Afterward they will yield the peaceable fruits of ighteousnessBevA B Coats lnvr of Service When Christ proclaimed time law of ervii e He was dealing directly vlth nil our interests JJev Dr Keyaond 7 w 7 c b 4f c HAPPY AND HEALTHY A Beautiful Canadian Girl Saved From Catarrh of the Lungs by Peruna t MISS FLORENCE RENAl w w t Miss Florence E Kenah 431 Maria street Ottawa Ont writes mflungstook medicine without benefit until my digestive organs became upset and my head and beck began to ache severely and frequently I was advised to try Peruna and although I had little faith 1 felt so sick that I was ready to fry anything It brought me blessed relief at once and I felt that I had the right medicine at last Within three weeks I was completely restored and have enjoyed perfect health since I now have the greatest faith In Peruna P tL KENA 1 OMEN should beware of contract ing catarrh The cold wind and espelallyconducive escapeUpon catching cold Peruna should be taken It fort fies the system against colds and ca tarrh youngwomans societywomanwrites the following I took a long drive in the country and being too thinly clad I caught c bad cold which settled on my lungs and which I could not seem to shake off I had heard a great deal of Peruna for colds and catarrh and I WHAT HE LEARNED Quail on Toast Was Not Such an Un common Delicacy as lie lied Sappoird Tn the wire grass region of Georgia quail are very abundant and are to the na PhiladelphiaPublicRecently one of the south Georgia crack ers sold oft a lot of turpentine land and de cided to himself in a trip to far off New Yorkwhile his money was in band Once in the amazing metropolis there was another indulgence he was determined on egotickledhigh bred dish that be had long yearned to personallySo he bled himself and there ordered the detectable bit It came he eyed it severely then tasted finally sampling thoroughly But his corn meat on the feast savored of that tad knowledge which borders dose t6dssgust iVahi if I hadnt come to York Id never knowed that quail on toast warnt a blamed thing but Giynn county patridgea- stuckup on burnt iigtmtbtead Through and Through New Bedford Mass Mar 2ndAt 658 manUse7 haood reason to feel glad and proud tlongmmete His back At the last lie jot so bad thathe could riot talk nrithoutKTsat misery wondefulI believe Ii to be my duty to tell every b I thatcouldtakingDoddaagainDodds rt theirwonderful atrogndhisWatt Till Yonre Cooler If you get road at a nan make your mind what youre going to say and then dont say it Baltimore News upTheProtest eyesT Many women and doctors do not recognize the real symptoms of derangement of the female organs until too late 0 I had terrible pains along my spinal cord for two years and suffered dreadfully I was given different medicines A wore plasters none of these things helped me of the cures that Lydia E Pthshams Vegetable Compound has brought about I somehow felt that it was what I needed and bought a bottle to take now glad I am that I did so Cwo bottles Drought me immense re Bet and after using thqee bottles more surgingthroughthere had been a regular house cleaning through system that all the sickness and poison had been taken out and new life given me instead Ihave advised dozens of my friends to use Vegeta1eCompound andLydiaCompound has secured this to me Mns LAURA L BREMKR Crown Point Indiana Secretary Ladies Relief Corps S5000 forfeit If original of sheer Ittttt frootng genulnt ntu cannot o productd Everysick woman who does not understand her ailment should LynnMassalways helpful rpiiI HT lsnIoLes IEATHsoul teacbei NociteDyou taw toll BBTTEJITHAMGOUX LONGEVITY UNION ERIB PA PILES LT ilef nti POSITSYgI Cot tree a4dreu AAEaIs Tub U thIaa i reeL i bought a bottle to try I am pleased that I did for it brought speedy relief It only took about two bottles and I spentYouhaveaflrmfriendinmeandl ikhaveto those without the means to buy and have noticed without exception that it has brought about a speedy cure where ever it has been uredMiss Rose Gerbing If you do not derivepmptandantis factory results from the use of Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving1 a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of 4 The Hartman Sanitarium ColumbnsO t4 Caution TheGeeTOWER POMMEl SLICKER HAy BEEN ADVERTISED AND SOLD FOR A QUAHttOPAONIUa ft1ITllmG It is n4e of the bat materials in Uackorjrefew r fuit guataimtecd sad sold Iij reliable dcikra cTcywbat TiCkTOtHte SIGN OF FISH a c OU CAN DO IT TOO vcr 2000000 people are now buy lag goods from us at vholesalo IS to 40 percent on every You can do It too Ipricessaving us to send you our 1000 tit tells the story Send S CHICAGO The housethat tells the truth Q tSVtIS Douglas make asuf sWi I men a WN Hand zwdprcrn kaa than anysffisa cr nulacfwp In has wiId at 25000 REWARD wilt be paid to anyone whocan disprove thU statement DouglasIsthelargeatnanufactnrer can buy cheaper antI reduce his shoes at a lower cost than other con cerns which enables hint to sell shoes for 8350 and everywaywhere for S4 and S500 IflS secret tilo 35 IJIWAI t 5 Husisess i AtIOf THE abo1utiITyesrLwblcttmonryNotleLliOlSaie SO3434OOO gainor5s8ZO45679 In Four Yeut W L DOUGLAS S4JX GILT EDGE LINE Worth Soo Compared with Other Makes beet Imported anti Amir lean leathers HtultPiStent Calf Enamel Box Calf Vcl Corona Colt and allonoj Xanoapoo Foat Cca Enelef DOUGLaSnameStott tvmaa Kc extra lllta Catalog fret Iw 1 DOUGLAS BKOCKTOX MASS 2IOkIsfr 16cII Is a fact thatSalzs seed are found in more gardena and on more farms than i Are3onerate oyer acres for the prodoo tlonofoareholceseeds InordertoSfthe fallowing unprecedented aer TOP 16 Cents Postpaidas t eem has iti abgtiUMMramU- altttarawltaM 55 mI rdabso upidmd Iisorts 1511rimIy suuriSmrdin all no Idniis potttiTdr fomUNne boilicUof charming Oowenaad lota and lots of choice tablntocttber with our ftboiflMcarontWbiutiii fi1 Uru Trorinte Uromc gpeltz ttallfcr only iniuunpeand UaiosieedjbatCOeapmt JOHN SALZER SEED CO La Cross WIL ERNCANADA more attention than say other dls rci the Wcrit The Land el Sea Natural Feeding Grounds tar Slick crop ia I9S7J30 acres IiYm4 OUtSell Abundance of Water Fuel flentlfal Cheap DouSing Ma terial Grass pasture and hay a fertile soil a sum cleat rainfall and a climate 4r1u514seasonCTSLTs rswu nw Ia itcHeniliriCi0ieiChllrche isu meratnreio upcrlntendrnt and other ssvurLZASSitoomsmLawhut vourmnag indIanapolis lad antho Caas Withrtlflcat ANDycATHAmc Geniiae stamped C C C Kever soiL ia bvHb 4 Beware o the dealer who tries to scfi somethkmg jut as good H1AHCan b bad throofh BTOIENE better than from drag Say whera von read We seatS flLE LESSON sus L9NCVlTXWZlQNELZ1A a z Lr c t tit FROM ALLOVER THE STATE4 t + 1IR3 GANG OF COUNTERFEITERS Thousands of Spurloua Silver Dollars ZL Passed In Eastern Kentvcky It i Lexington KyFeb 28 United States Secret Service Agent M P Do weeks kttanhas succeeded in unearthing n the q gang of counterfeiters In tho mountain the recesses of Eastern Kentucky who It they Is estimated havo made and passed cense t1 upqji the merchants of several East the cnfKentucl towns thousands of aim Thursday ii silver dollars which required an expert to tiuivwi from the genuIne rvn 1J a result one of their number Jed Kis were cadcn ngod 45 years Is under ar Jt ln this city and charged with the tax Is- fp5ji8c es Ho has made a confession now airtfclmpllcatcs Lilt Nelson Edward McClatahan and lou Hafcr it In his statement to the officers lie has outlined the precise method of op A cratlon and has given Information V which H Is thought will lead to the i nrrest and conviction of the entire Mt gangafterTheir rendezvous was located aboutroute Tour miles from Augusta In Bracken Coy A CountY but when the officers arrived given on the scene the molds and other par states atrl110lan4writwas placed In the hands of United bond Deputy Marshal n True The fendant 2 offeriNuttert eight days finally ran upon Kiscaprom mof and brought him to this l said that KIscaden and some of tho Y he worked with aro wanted at Covlngton Yi SHOOTING IN COURT JJ Bitter Legal Argument at Hindman Re x suited In a Desperate Fight the10 Hindman KyFcb26lliram Fitz panic J ypatrick was shot and probably fatally streets wounded by John Sawyer during the with progress of the trial of Conly vs Covent banker burn in the Knott county court Conlys attorney J M Bailey was tention assailing his oppongntf A U Patrick lawyers 1 i iftJiliteji46rtn1 Fitrpatrlck whose cult g brother was Involved In the case rush cd at Bailey striking him several court times about the face and head Judge Roberts ordered him arrested Depu ty Sheriff Sutton summoned Sawyer Ii to assist him in making the arrest Whisky Fitzpatrick declared that he would not be arrested Sawyer took hold ot 4 him to force him from the courtroom ositylrmorrcd the bullet striking Fitzpatrick in lie s 4 tho left breast Sutton at once took kettle holelof Sawyers revolver but he llroc- flret again shooting Sutton through LawIIa Sawyer was arrested and placed un ly ri dot fr 00 ball to grand jury Fits Patrick Is a cousin of T Y Fitzpat and rick roiressman Sawyer is in tho which i lumber business Rev lapPICONFSSED wasI thetc Owensboro KJV Feb 27 Sanford town McGalln and 0 tho Downs white both r aged 20 wore nrrestet Thursday night and searched a sack containing bacSc bcthem They confessed having broken In Rounds jewelry store n few weeks por i ago and stolen the rings Downs said con he sent his relations at Palntsville this each a ring They are su8pectedot M t having made several robberies In this c city and vicinity during the past three 8 s weeks W Job rfVENDERS OF HARD CIDERent of bacIIZra Revenue Officer t J ifBeaver Dam Ky Feb 2GA goy crnmcnt revenue Inspector came here bad Tuesday and bought some Intoxlcat which 1Ingcider from two merchants And of Secured a bottle full from each Later cred t 4 he went to them and Informed them str- Um they had been violating the revas enu laws by selling Intoxicating 000 liquors without government 0sal t Matters were settled with the or by each taking out government UcenseIn gu 1 Gave Strychnine By Mistake Shclbyville ky Feb 27A a tressing accident occurred here resu lag In the death of 9yearold Kather- Ine Ib from a dose of strychnine Fo 3 administered by her mother by m Is on gragopF Shipmantrlan W OH Property Sold i wti Seottavilie Ky Feb 27The Mi I1VTo fieldDunn Oil and Gsa Co was transferred to Arkansas and Illinois caplti taltsts The company was organized iE in 1900 but has been unalle to prop erly develop Ith territory because- st of ro s 1 lack of capital Accidentally Shot His Brother Henderson Ky Feb 28 earOnve prnged9was accidentally shot by an q tt older brother who was trying to re f move a shell from a singlebarrel shot f lysIY L head killing him Instantly A Woman Killed e Mlddlesboro Ky Feb 28Jlm King coal miner Thursday night anorF taUy wounded Sis Kincaid of Tenirho p see who died Friday Klncaid woman was shot twice In r arm and above the heart t 1 Verdict For the Defendant 2 Henderson Ky Feb 27At 210 uryIIntwhich H A Hayes sued F Haag f s4rand JC8800 for stander and malicious i 1p ecution rendered a verdict for theide lendant i Eloped to Lexington Lexington Ky Feb 2C Edward 5Welsb a prominent Bourbon county 5ft farmer and Miss Annie Boyle a pretty young Paris girl eloped to Lexington and were married at the Phoenix hotel f 7 jaglstmateGraves Campten Free From Smallpox Campton Ky Feb 27Tho board ISj of health has pronounced this place l1I free from the epidemic of smallpox lastSsix weeks All the persons conllned in lIc i- the pesthouse have been released and joA allowed to return to tbIr hcme- s by t tba authorities 4 Looking For Youngiten Lexington Ky Feb 27O t Ware the Chicago turfman ai here TharBdar nlghu and is aftej SDkehy ycu fsjers to take back ilm for tb western trades c 1j iP ACCORDING TO THE NEW LAW Hel Lexington Attorneys Must Either Pay Licenses or Go to Jail Lexlngtdn Ky Feb 7About two ago 21 lawyers practicing at local bar were summoned before Knapp police court to show cause why little should not be made to pay li Jcnnlo They refused to appear and and matter has remained in abeyance made afternoon City Prosecutor county repobearrested and gave bond for their but appearance If the law imposing the Of held good they must either pay to or go to jail Crib ed HELD UNDER 2000 BONDaliv that Rural Mail Carrier Accused of Tak that ing Decoy Packages heard vlllo Sterling Ky Feb 2GThls Knapps noon W L Hunt mail carrier of nal No charged with taking a de asserted package containing money was an examining trial before United Commissioner O H Kirk Knapp ck He was held to await the ac day Hofwhich he readily gave The de passed up the case without the ng any evidence When tho clsebarE to trial sensational evidence 11nt ised tho INJUNCTION GRANTEDuar Telephone Companies Prevented Ft Csite Trimming Shade Treesseco auJ1timeelectric light and telephone com july to trim the slade trees on the days where the ranches interfered apolis the wires J W Poynter a local third 5ed nn injunction to pre and thisrrbe case attracted much at river and vgas argued Ay a number of fromLferAton Tuesday Cit tem Judge Benton mmlBthe Injunction assault perpetual The case will goo the of appeals Alfred to BURNED ON PUBLIC SQUARE Taken From Blind Tigers when Dumped Into a HogScaldlng Kettle mal ho Lancaster Ky Feb 28The curl taln of the public was aroused Friday called by the appearance on the pub Mill andquareThere soon hove In sight a sucesalonministers of the town members of the lave and Order league Mr J A Beas rear the city council and lOon tierother receptacles the contents of they poured into the cauldron wre A II Moore then approached and ied a match to the liquid which int dofedtollhesecured by members of erdLawstcstlat A Burley Scheme be limexiiigton DrcoFiiecouationintrolstate Ohio and Indiana James Cause of Carrollton presided and be M Deane 61 Carroll con ty act I hitsecretarYB Hawkins state organizer and scnerprise requires the cooperation nearly all the growers of burley to the baccoanDisastrous Fire In Frankfort Frankfort Ky Feb 28 Frankfort ite a 40000 fire Friday morning natl throws 140 shoo factory girls out the Themploymentin the Haley building on Mala was meetfollows Frankfort Shoe Co 14 The insurance 10000 Rupert Whole tie6000 Dennis Haley heirs on bund tlghartisequipments 1500 no Insurance ItSold For 103000 I Mt Sterling Ky Feb 27A T lirsythathepassaMfactsaverage of 8112 per acre Assess Railway Franchises Frankfort Ky Feb 2GThe Ken chy board of valuatlo and assess ment will on Wednesday March 4 next begin assessment of franchises of ran dadate for the year 1903 Engine Strikes a Rock Hill Ky Fob 28A local assenger train on the Chesapeake- wOhio struck a rock In a cut a f miles east of here and the engine was knocked off the track delaying trame torjured Farmer Dropped Dead Maysvllle Ky Feb 27Edward about 00 a farmer droP afedthis county Thursday morning Heart tlledisease was the cause He leaves a wife and familyIDead Man identifled cadMayfleld atmanofFultonHe was an Irish shoemaker traveled from place to place but had made this his home for some time past Succumbed to An Operation Scottsville Ky Feb 26Mlss Mary ofSimmonsofSunnthe Doddy action this county from the effect of an operation for tumor at South Union hasAu6umnbeen one death from smallpox at South and 13 cases of the disease are thereportedmostly A Quaran andprevallaShakertown Mary Burton Was 112 Mayneld Ky Feb261arY But ditonthl180mII rr t f 4 ii w SECOND H H HOLMES Alfred Knapp Says He Murdered Three Women and Two Girl Denies Killing His First Wife and He May Be Taken to Cincinnati For Trial on Three Mur der Charges Hamilton 0 Feb 27Atrrell A the seit confessed murderer of Emma LUtlcmau Mary Eckart Connors Knapp Ida Gcbhard Hannah Knapp Thursday night an extensive statement at the jail to a number of newspaper rters and officials Ho adhered e story of his written confession added some points of Importance these tho most Interesting relates tho fato of his first wife Emma ba whose fate has been overlook Knapp declares that she Is still e and Is In Louisville Ky lie says she got a divorce from him and he lost track of her except that he vaguely that she was In Louis Another chapter Is added to confession and varied crimi career Thursday night when ho that he was Implicated In several holdups here last December Indianapolis Ind Feb 27 Alfro arrested In this city Vefl ff who lies In the Butler cwithty jail- amilton solfconfcs vttas the most depraved criminal riib to earth since crimes of IIhl Holmes were laid In l895bA5 the following crimes his by selfconfession with excCvitai f the barnburning Emir Llttlcman killed In a Clncln lumber yard January 21 1894 y Eckort strangled to death oppo the Cincinnati Y M C A August 894 Jennle Connors Knapp his nd wife murdered In Cincinnati thrown into the canal there Au 7 1894 Ida Gcbhard a child as ted and murdered In Indianapolis 13 1895 her body found soveral later In a barn In West Indian Hannah Goddard Knapp his wife murdered at Hamilton 0 her body thrown Into the Miami December 22 1902 Knapp has served five prison sen es threo for larceny and two for Hamilton O Feb 28That part of A Knapps confession relating the murder of his third wife Hannah oddard Knapp was almost completely verified here Friday evening Charles Mlllspaugh the rural carrier who drove by Knapp as was about to dump the box coning the body In tho Miami river on Knapp at the jail Mr spaugh recalled the man perfectly his Identification was absolute saw Knapp at the exact spot by the ker hole where Knapp claims to thrown the body Interest In the ch was stimulated Friday after by the finding of two boxes along river bank closely answering the inscription of that sought for Both empty and partly broken open Knapp continued to give out conflict Interviews Friday until Sheriff Ills finally ordered him let alone He Mayor Bosch Friday evening that written confession positively cov all that he could reveal He tlydenies murdering his first wik- rosecutor Card stated positively Friday night that Knapp would tried here The date of the pre nary hearing will bo set Saturday Hoppe an alienist of Cincinnati ny night examined Knapp at the ty jail He found two depressions to skull due to old Injuries prob- ablY He said their effect might have ento produce epilepsy which how cycrKnapp never had according to sUemcnt Tlupollcc searching party that has our4 the Miami river for Hannah Knapp body Friday night searched Ob river at Lawrenceburg hill d gas up the search Hamtou 0 March 2AUred A Knapphe strangler was Sunday ils d byierman Littlcraan of CInclu faer of little Emma Llttleraan victa of Knapps first murder e inteiew was brief and Uttleman unae to Identify Knapp as any an who he had ever seen or known mostignlflcanl feature of theln tervlew wj the fat that for the first me Kna expressed remorse and showed sits of breaking down Lit eman atm the cell and after o had lookl at Kntpp said I havo never seen ils mat I dont care to look at hlmny mere Knapp said am just sorrj as you are that Emma Is dej Shehad eyes and hair ke yours As Uttleman turned way tears sbd in tnapps eyes The- rlsoiicr wasn betQr health Sunday nd be nassccho Satbath quietly No- urther actlo was taken regarding his trial P ccutcj Card will see Mayor Bosch Imda and will arrange the preliminarheayig Judge Bel den said Sundalthatho had not been asked to call a tecia grand jury and that there mlgbte nne as the courts are very busy nw There were no developments rendlg the missing body Want An Advncln Wages Lowell Mass hrq 2Thllowell Textile Council obosed of dele gates of all theutfns organized among cotton workrsjias asked the treasuries of the sepjtton corpora of the city fornjdvancc of ten per cent in wages Robert EmmetidayW- ashington MarcU The 125th anniversary of the bllay pf Robert Emmet was celebrate a largely attended public meetlniore Sunday night at which the siers included senators and represe eSt Starts For His Post Albany N Y MarchFormer Sec retary of State John McDouough who was recently app d associate supreme court Justlcelthe Phlllp pines started for his post Mon day He expects to a at Manila Aprils Annlvertary of Robert gets Birth Boston March 2 Tfenlversary of Robert Emmets blrtli observed Sunday by the ClanNas societies of Boston with a banqu Hotel Es sex and a general meetii the Tlol Us street theater J ExcuistsMemphis excursion steamer Queen With 50C returning Mardi Gras rsionlsts bound for Cincinnati a lttsburg reached Memphis at 4 ok Sunday afternoon A stop of oar war made when the vessel pr north A Settlement Topeka Kan March 2 ctlnCer dcnce between officials of anta Ft railway system and a cc tee sen from the conductors and nen Sun day formal settlement of agij con troyorsy waG mad 4W 1j7MrwJf r iF cJ7ih r o4JIt FIFTYSE ilrr CONGRESS Second Session Washington Feb zGSenateThosenato Wednesday made rapid pro gress Tho statehood riders to the npproprlatlonbills passed The house amendments- to the Philippine currency bill were agreed to with lint slight discussion thus sending tha bill to the president HouseThe hQuse adopted the con appropriationdent The bill to establish a union station In this city also was finally passed TIe house abandoning its amendments to reduce the amount to be given to the Pennsylvania and hal timoro Ohio railroads froirj 1500 000 each as fixed in the scnatti bill to JUVWUUI each as fixed by the Washington Feb 27SenateTheadvisability and legality of the Sip polntmcnt by the president of sonatoc and members on commissions formecV dlscusslonjInHouse Amid scones which repealled the memorable and exciting days of the 51st congress when iiarty feeling ran fierce and tho haWrof rcpre snta tires resounded wlU denunciations of the alleged ifcanded methods of the mnjorltyJutfaies J Butler Mo GcoWeCTIle democrats had decided at their caucus fhuraday morning that If thla proseluilo4 regardless of consequences to leg islation and they began tho fight as soon as the gavel toll at noon Roll call followed roll call and It took over thrno hours to approve the journal of Wednesdays proceedings Then when the decks were cleared the case was called A spirited debate of two hours followed Washington Ftb 28SenateThe senate Friday passed tho naval and appropriationbillson his motion to take up the Little field antitrust bill but his motion was lost28 to 38 The senate fronrl45 p m to 515 was in executive session When the doors were opened a num objectionsidered and a ntimocr of amendments made to meet various senators views objecttlonfeared it will exclude French Canadian laborIIouseThe democrats of the house Friday carried out their threat made Thursday that if Mr Butler was un seated they would do everything In their power to block legislation from now until congress expires on March 4 The result was another stormy session prolonged from 11 oclock Fri day morning until almost 7 oclock Fri March 1SenateThe senate Saturday passed the fortifica tions appropriation bill and the house Immigration bill with amendments The greater part of thin day was given up to the consideration of the Aldrich bond deposit bill which was debated at length but upon which a vote was not reached Washington March 2HouseTho house of representatives held a four hours session Sunday and put the Ills trict of Columbia appropriation bill stageInThe previous question on the confer ence report on the Alaskan homestead bill was ordered and the vote on its adoption will be taken when the house MondayTuethe closing of which marks the expira tion of the 57th congress is practically at an end except for the passage of the appropriation bills now pending and these are in thc final stages A maybethe number will bei j small Fol legislationdurlnta department of coma ree ndIabcu and addln anoth officer to the pres1kuhtfpiily the antl theElkinswhich enables the attorney general to expedite suits brought under the Sher IncorporatellInclal appropriation act Is a provision which places at the Immediate dis posal of the attorney general the sum of 500000 to better equip him for the enforcement of the antitrust laws theUUtfteldlathed a publicity feature as well as an antlrebato clause The bill failed thefirstmoval of the tariff on coal of all kinds Legislationnavy was enacted A general staff UnlteltStatelto prepare plans for the defense of thecountry and for the mobilization of intimesfesslonal aid to the secretary of war and tho general officers of tbo army thehouseIUIbecomebothhousescrease In the personnel of the navy to meet the growing demands for officers and men also for an Increase In the number of warships Measures of Philippineshave marIetoIslands TreatyWashington effort on the part of Senator Cnllom to obtain Senator Morgans consent to fix a time for voting on the Panama canal treaty was made in the senate Friday and was met with Just as de termined opposition Asked For His Resignation Washington March 2The secretary of the treasury telegraphed Assistant Appraiser J G Stillman of New York In charge of woolen goods asking for his immediate resignation No reason is given for this action Gen John B Gordon III Jackson Miss Feb 27Gen John B Gordon commanderinchlef of the United Confederate Veterans was tat ken violently ill while on board a train en routo to Jackson from Clinton Miss It was necessary to remove him from the train on a stretcher Coal Strike Commission Washington Feb 27The anthra makingiover nearly all the Important points Involved and a tentative agreement has been reached on some of them Will Succeed Capt Slgsbee Washington Feb 26lt is tho un derstandms In naval circles that Com mapder Seaton Schroeder will succeed captC D Sigsbee chief of the bu reau of naval Intelligence Commander Schroeder Is now returning from the Island of Guam- LegIslation J For Honolulu 1 Washington Feb 26ln the senate Wednesday an amendment to the sun dry civil appropriation bill was agreed to providing for the consC lou of a wharf retaining jgjiL 3fld laundry nlant f ItH0I10jll11 fiU J J FLOOD IN OHIO RIVER Many Workmen in Pittsburjr Thrown Out of Work Houis and Pottery Plants at East Liverpool Are FloodedAt Wellesvllle and Steubenvllle There Is Suf fering From the FloodjPlttsburg Pa March ery tributary of the nongahela rivers emptying swirling torrents into the banks of tcso twa streams and rushing doxyario the point where they converge ib form the Ohio Plttsburg was gjwrun a visitation Sun day which forced hundreds of fami lies to elffler abandon their homes or- leelyScape from the water in the up rfstories while mud and water dis pensed destruction and discomfort be low Mills In tho low lying levels throughout tho county numbering be tween 50 and were flooded and 38375 men are thrown Idle for four or five days with a loss in wages of moro than 326748 The flood was general throughout Western Pennsylvania tho streams everywhere overflowing their banks and causing more or less damage to houses and farms that lay in their course Down town in Plttsburg cellars and basements of business houses which are In the general flood belt were Inundated while in Allegheny two railroads were temporarily paralyzed owing to the water which covered their tracks People In the first and Third wards Allegheny had to adopt Venice methods of going to and from their homes Gondolas of the ordinary skiff type were commoner than wheel ed vehicles Soon after daylight the water took possession of tho point districts In Pittsburg and came up almost into Penn avenue All of lower Allegheny felt the severest effects of the high wa ter and practically every house be tween Isabella street and the river from tho Ninth street bridge to the point have cellars and first floors flood ed The Plttsburg Western railroad and Buffalo Rochester Plttsburg tracks are under water necessitating their abandonment temporarily Towns below hero on the Ohio how ever aro still to have their worst ex periences during the present high wa ter Monday or later At McKecs Rocks and Coraopolls a few miles below Plttsburg the water Sunday night was so high that the business sections of both places are under water and several street car lines were forced to suspend opera tions East Liverpool 0 reports 30 feet of water 75 houses flooded and several of the pottery plants damaged of which the Thompson Pottery Co will suffer most Street car service to Smiths Ferry has been abandoned At Wellsvlllc four miles below East Liverpool the mill of the American Tin Plate Co is partially inundated and scores of families are suffering Steubenvlllo O reports 30 feet of water and rising five Inches an hour Five more feet are expected and which will cause the Wheeling Lake Erlo and the Cleveland Pittsburg rail roads and mills on the low ground to suspend CHARGED WITH FORGERY A Prisoner Shot While Trying to Es cape Identified Kansas City Mo March 2A prls oner who while trying to escape Saturday was shot by a detective and who gave his name as James J Arnold was Sunday Identified as Alfred Saunders of Louisville Ky Saunders had been arrested on a charge of pass ing forged notes He came to lean san City last fall from St Louis where he is said to have been a hotel clerk STRUCK A BAR TwentyEight Barges of Coal Sunk Op posits Lake Providence La Vlcksburg Miss March 2Tne tow boat J B Williams Sunday struck the bar opposite Lako Providence La and sunk 28 barges of coal Capt Cameron tho local representative of the Monongahela Coal Co says the coal sunk is Plttsburg coal destined for New Orleans He estimated it at 28 000 tons with an approximate value of 75000 A portion of it will be saved The Former Crown Princess Vienna March 2The former crown princess of Saxony has arrived at Lin dau which is situated on an Island in Lake Constance where she met her mother She will stay at her mothers chateau at Lindau for the birth of her child 4 MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Feb CATTLECommon 3 50 4 30 Butcher steers 4 35 4 60 CALVESExtra 6 6 75 HOGS Ch packers 7 00 7 15 Mixed packers 675 7 00 SHEEPExtra 4 00 4 85 LAMBS Extra 6 50 6 60 FLOUR Spring pat 3 90 4 20 WHEATNo 2 red 781i 7- 9CORNNo2 mixed iiJ 4- 6OATSNo2 mixed 39 RYENo 2 5814 HAY Ch timothy 16 50 17 00 PORKClear cut 20 1- 5LARDSteam 9 40 BUTTERCh dairy 13 0 16 Choice creamery g 29 APPLESFancy 3 00 3 59 POTATOESPer bbl 1 50 1 75 TOBACCONew 8 00 14 00 Old 6 00 17 50 Cnicago FLOURWinter pat 3 60 S 70 WHEATNo 2 red75 75ys No3red 75 s CORNNo2 mixed 4- 5OATSNo2 mixed 3- 1RVENo2 49Y PORK Mes 17 87j18 00 LARDSteam 9 60 9 65 New York FLOURWin strts 3 50 3 65 WHEAT No 2 red 81 CORNNo2 mixed 0 59 OATSNo2 white 43ft PORK Mess 18 75 19 00 LARDSteam 9 57tP 9 60 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 804801iCORNNo2 mixed 6iy4 53 t- oOATSNo2 white 421 CATTLEButchers 340 6 15 HOGS Western 7 75 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 0 79 CORN No 3 mixed 50 OATSNo 2 mixed 38 4 PORKMess 017 00 LAHD Steam 10 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 76 HYQAf ij 1 WESTER GREorr CANADA AROUSINGI Tie Vonilerful Ylf IU of AVhent At Irncllner riiou an l Until the last five or six years but little attention vas gir n to that vast area of Drainproducing land lying north of the tilth parallel and immediately adjoining the northern bouudaric of Minnesota and Dakota The Canadians themselves were aware M the wealth that lay there but lifting unable to fully occupy it- Iltry have asked the Americans to assist them in converting the laud from its virgin state to one that wilt largely supplement the grainproduc ing urea of the inrth American Continent and the re ponsc has been most liberal During the year 1901 upwards of 20000 from the United States went over to Canada being induced to set tIe there by the reports that reached them of the success of those who had preceded them during the previous years This 20000 was increased to 30000 luring the year 1902 and it is fully expected that there will be fully 50000 during the present year The work of the immigration branch of the Canadian Government is not now being directed towards giving informa tion as to the advantages of settle ment in Canada as it is to extending an invitation to the American to follow those who have gone Those who have charge of the work point with considerable pride to the success of those who have been in duced to take advantage of the offer of 160 acres of land free in Canada and have no cause to hesitate in continuing the invitation Many of those interested say there nre no more free home steads to be had in Canada but the writer has most positive assurance from the Canadian Government that there are thousands of such homesteads to be had and in one of the dis tricts now being opened up fully as good as the best and it is probably the bestThe Canadian Government has estab lished Agencies at St Paul Minn Omaha Neb Kansas City Mo Chi- cagO Ill Indianapolis Ind Milwau kee Wis Wausau Vis Detroit Sault Ste Marie and Marquette Mich Toledo Ohio Vatertown S Dakota Grand Forks N Dakota and Great Falls Montana and the suggestion is made that by addressing any of these who are the authorized agents of the Government it will be to the advantage of the reader who will be given the fullest and most authentic informa tion regarding the results of mixed farming dairying ranching and grain raising and also supply information as to freight and passenger rates etc atehasioat IIal uc1aimed his companion you ve got writers cramp Philadelphia Record ChiIago Pacific NorthWestern Line friendshpN THE MEN AND WOMEN Who Enjoy the Choicest Products of the Worlds Commerce Knowledge of What Ii Eest More Im portant Than Wealth Without It It fiuist be apparent to every one that fatilies of the highest order are neces sa to enable the bveof the products of modern commerce to attain permanently to universal acceptance However loudly heralded they may not hope for worldwide preeminence unless they meet with the general approval not ot Individuals only but of tho many who have the happy faculty of selecting enjoying and learn- Ing the real worth of the choicest prod ucts Their commendation consequently becomes important to others since to meet the requirements of the well in formed of all countries the method of manufacture must be of the most per fect order and the combination the most excellent ot Its kind The above Is true not of food products only but Is spe chilly applicable to medicinal agents and utter nearly a quarter of a century of growth and general use the excellent remedy Syrup of Figs Is everywhere accepted throughout the world as the best of family laxatives Its quality Is duo not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative and carmin alive principles of plants known to act most beneficially the system and pre seated in the form of a pleasant and re freshing liquid tat also to the method of manufacture of the California Fig Syrup Co which ensures that uniformi ty and purity essential In a remedy In tended for family use Ask any physi cian who Is well informed and he will answer at once that it is an excellent laxative If at all eminent In his pro fession and has made a special study of laxatives and their effects upon the system he will tell you that It Is the best of family laxatives because It is simple and wholesome and cleanses and sweetens the system effectually when a laxative Is needed without any un pleasant aftereffects Every wellin standIngknowslent laxative and is glad to sell It at the regular price of filly cents per bet the because it gives general satisfac tion but one should remember that In order to get the beneficial effects of Syrup of Figs It Is necessary to buy tho genuine which Is sold In original pack remedySyrupthe CompanyCalifornia Fig Syrup Co printed on the front of every package FTOES 250 i a Bbl i I 1 35 AUIjTbelIarl DROPSY HEW DISCOVERY aimquick relltfknd cures vorit treataetiiVree f O C r pgHdiof 5IZr q J tlJ Iirf fJj IJI j 41 3i J oj 1r lvafl4 t h4 I 5 I iL 4 St Jacobs Oil i Is the greatest remedy in the world for all bodily j j Aches and Pains t for which an external remedy may be used Price 25c and SOc 0 eI I Ior Ilotlom Drawer No2A lady who was especially fond of bar displayedher thisiemandedplate for a door with tie name of Wilk ins on it wifeOnlybe bound it cost a dollar But why throwaway a quarter What possible use is it laeverknowyou might die and I marry x man named WilkinsCleveland Leader Wrona Direction LongIslandtraveler anxious to go ahead came to the theytoppedriver nut vou can see the stars overhead Yes1 replied the pilot but until W3 biler busts we aint going that way The bIdPhiladelphiaLrdser This Will Interest mothers CiiidrunChildrens Home New York cure Feverishness Teething disorders Stomach troubled SamploFREES Seem Not SheI always heard tea was bad for the nerves sayshesYonkers Statesman To COM a Cold In One DAT AlldruggistsBlohardt Yes I once thought of gains on the stage but friends dissuaded me presumeDaltimore praiseHalesPikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute olliCebNewsI sure Pisos Cure for Consumption ThosRobbins ceJustkeisvenson onlydoublethe Missouri River oughttoDyeing is as as washing when Put nam Fadeless Dyes arc I The greatest and lublimest power is often simple patience Buslineli fAccepted JThe J Best n iFamilu f laxative OF FIGS I Many Millions iy World 1s4000000BEI- NGI DESIROUS or XXLAIUIINO AND WnuLrSALB I lUMBeR IICSIHMS WiKTA PARTNER WITH I lOOOO OR CASH CAPITAL FOR I rAimnLAR ADDRESS M M BMITH I MOUTH TONA WANDA YOKK rLJr ThiFound o40rara SEEDS Lirssan As miles test the horse so years test a Mexican Mustang Buy has been everything that it a good honest penetrating liniment now cur f9f the years f h 1 ff 3t O 1 Plenty on Hand dralbrtterifman to his irascible friend Cant you learn to Keep your temper that 1 keep more temper in one day than j V you have in your possession during a whole Yetr1Yoolhs Companion Financially Speaking Tony That Miss Winters ii a remarkably nandcme girl uhetijherfrom the map Chicago Daily New Some mens charitable actare orudlica sCarantyofgoodfaltb STRIKES YOU ANY TIME Never know when or where backache pains strike you kidneys go wrong when they do the first warning is geh crally through the back Do not to help the kidneys when theyre sick Neglect means many serious ills k Its only a abort step from common backache to Rheu matic pains Urin ary disorders Dropsy Diabetes Brights Disease Doans Kidney filla 3dera cure that lasts Mr A W Lutz carriage wood worker of 109 Ave Sterling 111 says After procuring Doans 3t ney Pills in the month of November I took a course of the treat meat which cured me of backache and other annoyances due to over excited or weakened kidneys Dur lag the three years which have elapsed I have had no occasion to re tract one word of my statement made at that time I now unhesi tatingly and emphatically reendorsa the claims made for Doans Kidney Pills A FREE TRIAL of this great kid medicine which cured Sir Lutz be mailed on application to part of the United States AddHsa FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y For by all druggists price 60 cents per box I SYRUP Recommended bo Im m 1i The Wellinformed Throughout the Manufacturcd tor 4tSanLotaltwill Ky Now YorK N T ron SALE B7 ALL LSJLD1SQ DBUaOISTS FSICE FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTZ vriLVt- AUUSHrll VnoriTABLK MOlll NEW 0RE00RYsI remedy Liniment curing can pastOo tbatretorted will The will and fall 17th Kid 1S97 ney will sale FREE TO WOMENTo prove toe healing and cleansing power of Paxtlno Toiler A iitUeinletre will mall a large trial package with book of Instructions absolutely Tree This U not a liny sample bnt a Urz package enough to convlne anyone or Its value Women all over the irsPaxtlneforwhatts his done In local treat mentotfemaleIllcnrlagall Inflammation and alscharReiironiJenol as o cleansing vaginal douche tot sore throat toreiaoT tartar and whiten the teeth ken toay apostal card will do j Rol4bydrtlstorntpostpatdbuetuts THE PAZTCh Co IO1Co1ubuy Tisl Boat Ma ANKE 1959rpJ PISOS CURE FuR Seat Couga bjrup Tftsiet Good uao la tlaiA Sold t drovirlttc CONSUMPTION 4 1 I ic i i oINGSVILLEOUTCOOKM totSt O INGSVILLE KT i PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J Aldrnss nil communications to THE OUTLooK PCPUSHINO Co or to lom W CdrL THURSDAY MARCH 5 f ANNOUNCEMENT For Circuit Court Clerk ly We are nuthonred to announce ft James L Conner ns a candidate fur to Circuit Clerk of Bath county sub I L ojitI We are authorised to announce Jrson J Mark as n candidate furtl Circuit Court Clerk of Bath coun Dat Dttiipcrulic pnrtJIIGox DnciniAM ilcclineR to meet hit rivals R J Breckinridge nnd 7 Jl Hendrick in joint debate of UJving as his reason that it LI6t barm the party A joint debate J would be apt to doviliip into a ver pria 1H To be said girt the political a a course of each or thp tlireat0 KsAiT of Hiiiuilton 0 i ell fiend occupies 1AujtEU of the stage H el the murder of thcII including two of his four a wives has served fivo prison fen or crime and is II WOflitc a J tfroul ferocity Yet ho exa get oil with a life sentence moaIPeashow tickets printed AdmltlJe r a t cr and One Wife There is n Ill iihe position on the part of tho U S a Senate to refuse admission to the sacred precincts of tho Senate to c Senator elect Reed Smoor of Utah wbQ iis Mormon and alleged to a June two wives jI COUNT Bosi DE CASTELIANC who f formed u personal alliance with 0acGould has come to this country to a prornotoapoUticalalliaticebetwecir doubt thinking that it would prosed SIIB good a thing for his nnti n as hid alliance with tha American dIa1If BOYS tillS is the psychological mo cj mont whatever that is for ti Ii13i I ftnulhllncleM E ISGALLS the noted rail yivDemocratic nomination for Mayor 4 of Cincinnati on the understanding 1 sthat ho is to bo supported nt ti iithe j by the indpenlent and 11 publican ejoments that with to rid t the city governiaent of bos rule I NrIngafli isofPresidontial stature and if he is elected Mayor it may hen stepping atone to national i preferment 1t A YOUNG Jewess olFerod Leopold i StinpoHteki in Louisville 200 to i y J marry her He declined and hi i Ql8oclte were so fuccused ut ItieJo t crazy folly In letting go such an opportunity to ru kef200 that they word t a the point of mrhthThen be was rcscixcd A body damned if be does und daiurod fae doesnt ho is placed between the devil and the deep blue briny a cthrough nn fault of his own and p B power of luck tmd in v t ipiration for too often reason und judgment fail entirely thinks Leo pold THKKC Tas a lively timo at the tnalonlll convention In WushirLhe a Iv ton City of tho rl o American Revolution Ono doleIa gate attacked the newspaper mem porters from the stage and one wo man reporter resented itwhireupon f tha delegate showed that th i 4pirit of 76WAS n hereditary possession by billing the reportthe i The reporter got the 2 Ii argument by stating that if the r society were ignored by the news 1t l papers there wouldnt bo enough nivIcftintwt years to make a 1 grease spot I t y finnd fitvi including a Cox Duplex press and three Mergenthaler typeset ting ma a chines The Herald printing es I g tabllshment is said to bo one of I a Ithe best iirthe State outside of Lou isville Tho paper has been EnI aIrged permanently to seven col a2 urnna Ever since Col Breckinj v JJngLea t hatct department It is the first morn 1 Ing papor that reaches this town and with its improved facilities jfor news publishing it ought to t4 4 largely inofease its circulatlonherc i i aEItF West End iF Our present Squire must contem platemovtng in o the Owingsv Ille in1lIsignificance I can explain Georgc- iec it suits you to call qa us oWmDlniel received a le ter from Mr Dake of Mason CityI Iowa stating that the Sit Lick OiltSt Gas Co would bo hero with the proper machinery bet weenx the first and tenth of Muroh i Well it makes some of our citi izeus mad to think of smallpox cx t isting in our State they claim r there is nbt a IO in 2 reUjlfit ifl Cutun itch Kentucken poxwhoJn tile devil wants that Ad Jim you say you want the hgu4eraieit to own the rufiro- h ads r 4 Ittyow time pikes and 01 j it county ro 3i Well if they don Ieep tbih9i jr45ttorfix a train a i c ffoikl nlitirun 1ibove anle per ft l i KI f 4 lkeur x i f ft s i K ra r 1t tZt r f f 21f tJj tt IIS t lsP a I a t tt Str J il 3 I i i Crams rs Martin Sexton is same bet lujin Craig bought n mule for 53 John Sorroll aid brother started Sunday for Kansas I1t1firodown before they could save scarcely anything Odessa t1inu Dnrno visited her ipi ter Mrs Jennie Hamilton oh Prick Ash FridaycieJ A Harber sold n cow and calf Isaac Stephens last weekliSirs S B Hawkins went to Cin fointilir Mrs Ilcndris who is quito Rick Mrs J W Sncdcgar has been on sick list for the past week r A W Jones moved his drugs o his now olllcc Mondayho Sherburne Wlttr Reed and Miss Lena Dar Dr ya Mill were married Feb h Lee Ilardeman hud a pale Satur da n fair ofceBrack Hawkins son was buried Gihad Church Saturday he ditfd of consumptionseMrs Martha Hedger sold Ii tract of land to Sim Evans one da t week terms private Choneyhit household furniture and rented- r his property to Wm CahertnThoniM is Jnoin to his far pmye to the house vacated by Tom rkins John Whitton moved to I irII1UCre lhomns Perkins moves onto the headwaters of Little Jordan in Nicholas Co on his sons place Sprinzrfiolti Mrs Maggie Taylor ib quite sick James Jones was in Carlisle last Thursday The infant child of Oliver Waters is very tick v Charley lloyd and wife visited W A IloydSuntlaylWill Co visit his mother Sundays 3Irs Jlnrthn Boyd spent Tuce y with Mrs Mattio Thomson Earl Smathers Wailer Boyd and rncs Spratt attended IUL Rog s sale TuesdaysMisses Lida and Lutie Sraathers SiteI Mrs Sarah Spratt Saturday night and Sunday Sam McClUre who moved from ro in December has bought u farm of 125 acres near Howards Mill Charhy Boyd sold his crop of tobacco to Mr Ilisle at Sc per lb Crooks Born Feb 24th to John Par and wife a daughter H M Hoverosalo and Henry htlson have It grippe D S Kix4aao5 reed his farm to Squire Ciark for this year OwtH D Paynter nnd wife of Ash lund are visiting relatives here J F Johnson bought of Dick Craycraft i sbonts averaging 05 Ibs at5Jc M rs Tom Satterfield of Midland Citi visited her parents D S Nixon nnd wife trom Thursday until SundayGeorge Pence of Virginia was here last week and hired 20 colored en to go to Virginia to work on the railroad Will Fleming and Ed Fleming with theirfnmiliea and Mrs Mary Gibbs left lust week for Ohio thtir future homo Stopstone Our sick are all improving some very slowly though Earl Quisenberry has rented W B Henry grass land this y- or 75 cash Isaac Karrick bought a cow of Mack Williatns who is going to move to Marion lad shortly Miss Mary L Dewitt returned li homelast Thursday from Farmers 1whero sEe had been for some weeks t the bedside of l1rslP Evans Grant North of Salt Ltck wag aderefamily last Sunday a week He pleased and has a nice turnout S J lloyd had family were called to tho funeraLof MilesWilliams their brotherinlaw at Farmers last Saturday be having been kill ed by tha machinery in a saw mill t that place Friday Misi Mary Greenwade our pleas ant clerk at tho store behind the depot here returned to her duties Sunday after a threeweeks visit to her patents at Jctfersonvi lie Burl brought bar home Frank Brown anti family were here several days last week on bua iness ho having bought out the goods in the old Sondheimer st and rented the house so guess we will have a new hand behind the counters at that qld stand Hem oI 8 wishing him success Everything at theJobn Cassity Sr sale last Tuesday brought good prices and Mrs Casalty left Thura dRY with her grandson and Mr Cassity left Monday for Farmers where they will visit a fow days before they leave Old Kentuck for their future home in West Va Wo toro exceedingly sorry to lose them b andUtoodpeoplepeople rf it J L I 4t ii z-r f t i I 4 i j 5a r t J 11 n Jz= v 1rm1ici1anj City Three i Q1IIn111f in course of coDHtriiuttbiriinrnund ail estate Is oil abuuui f S weitthi in YCU11tThoro ban Ion a bigtidn in Lick 4nsJkc89v Iia and there are tI1O 1trttllstho booms VK AtphiHOI and IIonrySomH foil off till boinnaYiito tho river Sat iti day and wore in iXniuinont danger of iittig tlrtiiitied biitVor timely as sistfttisi of foIJow woriiou llror fluky ovor at Fliini nr tliitiitvuondcnts Como over JlrM ulf tI tijiplv u lighten match t Mi edrick well liki Will Bot SIejittit- lin tniac Shouso did nnd find out r yourself tho reality Stoops Too Kiubor sold lila crop of tobacco to Clay at oJ c per Ib Dr J M Wahled has moved hiIfamily hero from Hazel Uiceii If Oossfitt bought a tick of rses from J IJ Carter for 100 Kd GarteR anti Jack bo iaughtIlnjj fur 200 theSprmove to Jiiiifulo 111 March 15th Lawrence Fassett bought a bunch hogs from Claudi Foley for 50 e resold theta to Joe Coons for 00 R S Smith invoiced hi stock of nHrcJiandIsn Feb ajth to Grooms ieIlIni who immediately took pos ssion Dalzpllfter daughter of Mr and Mrs J IJ RihappyAt the sala of W J Pennell WedItit li Liresentyuerfrom 21W to 357 hyrsus from 47uO to H50 everything that C w cirayonsseUrangoMrs Isaac Eden lost by death a valuable milch cowsaThe sale of Isaac Eden deceased was well attended und things sold fairly well Mrs Rosa Snedegnr Wyoming is attending thu bedside of hi father David Iloyse Situ Burkes subwas very wen attended lIe ond his wifo will leave in n short time for Kansas Miss Carrie Vice of Oklahoma came Saturday for a visit to her cousins Miss Mary CutrightEmuin Collivcr and Maude Ivigdon Mrs Allen Rawlings cud daugh ter Mrs John Kawlings and little on Loren visited Mrs Kate Dillon at Tilton from Friday until Sun d ayuTaylor Bradley and wIfe visited their mother Mrs Emily Bradley and sister Mrs John Cutright Sat urday and Sundui They left Monday for Illinois John Cutright nnl wife gave the young folks d party Tuesday night also L S RatliiT nnd wife Wed ncsday night They report enjoys nblc evenings spent at both homes aisp Ainie Rftyso was called homo to attend the be sde of hrfather David Roysc sIims bstM in bad licnU7r ttJ fa IiIltaken munch worse last Miuuli It was just alive Monday mor1iugh Uppor Prickiy Ash George Tackett id very poorly Mrs Caleb RatHff went to N t Sterling to visit relatives Monday itIicbo1nIng heifer of Tom Allen price un known Rev E B Crump went to She r burno Monday to hold a protruded meeting Charley Solby of tcar Grange City visited Almnnza Stone and wife last week Miss Jennie Gudgell of Flat Creek visited her sister Mrs Dan tel Harper last week Fred Parker nnd sister Miss Loulo visited their trout Mrs W J Shrout lust wepkhMrs Frances went t week to visit her son Stanton Ham ilton and wife on Roes Run Mrs Lina Darnello1 White Oak visited l1r sister Mrs Jennie Hamilton Friday and Saturday T S Shrout wife and son Ewe Ill Lee Brother and wife of Owings yule were visitors at Sirs Nan Shrouts Sunday W W Case and wife visited the latters parents E F Harmon and wife near Sunset Fleming Co from Friday until Tuesday Dr C W Musgravo preached his farewell eermon at Harpers ftsciiuoihouseRev Anderson to take his place James Harper wife and son Willie of Catlettsburg and Mrs Walter Harper and little son Kelley of Mt Sterling were guests of Daniel Harper and family several days last week Tho annual moving and exchang ing homes among tho people have begun Almanza Stone moved to MrsFrancesHamiltons farm Rii Chandler to the farm ho recent purchased of I M Sbrout Frank Hendrix of East Fork to the Chandler farm which ho purchas toC1to near Sharpsburg both from Mrs Pierce Goodpaoters farm Mr Vice will move into the house vacated bill John Hunt Charlie Stone move to the Dr Conner farm Fletcher Donaldson to tho Cbs Crouch property which ho has p chased John Marklnnd to the the house vacated by J f Good paster and F F Tackett and fa- a n ily of White Oak to the house cated by Markland Alfred Moore moves to Mrs Ella Hamiltons farm in Montgomery Co Outlook Job Work is best i Li 0 f c Okl = 1 11 ln dayDBryant Denton sold a nnuo last ek to John Baroiietto fur 110Pu Grnl1geCIIfri dciendsro Puhueter preached hero Si nu forilienecin thFentiingshunling 140 for item Master Walter Harmon accident wtywatching to kill a crow A- tzngiI oie from tim house for fbtnetim family hecuillc1trUl went it for mimi and toiin i him unable liorueV Olypa Mrs Jim Sliultz uf Sour SpVings sick VlTuesday to work Ve urn sorry to write ViIl Wil Ui9ii is worst again daIlilon IteThe wo hmonderingcome Wonder why their beaux dill notcome The And w rihatThere are nono here now Small pox Smallpox We nre to write of the m soisfortuneof one of our cleverest merchants chard Costigan His wife and dest sort became ill eight days ago lOn Tuesday Dr Pierces of Snit ck and Dr Waldon of Owings le woro called here by Dr Alex under All pronounced it to be smallpox and tho town is nihcx te1 over the smallpox Almost everyone Iras been vaccinated und veral hove heart quarantined Tim ostigan fnuiily is under care nnd treatment of Dr Alexander mind he 1 Iliotheir ninny friendsm L3otheltitThe sick in the village and country around are improvinge Mrs Annie Uatliff and Mrs Grisello sick Sanderson are both quitc Tom Trnmljo of Nicholas Co spent Sunday with his father DS Trumbo Miss Nina Hnzelrigs of Frnnk gpilHlmothtths Rev IJ G Mann our Presiding Elder held quarterly meeting Sat rduyatnil Sunday Rev K M 11111If Carlisle preached for us Mrs Bcttie Williams nail little daughter Lillian of Mt Sterling are visiting the families of Dan CurrWil1i1m9 Samuel Lancaster after un nil sence of 4 years in Wagnoketa In returned to his homo hero last wnk Ho thinks there is no place like Old iintuekyT fific I lid Mit M v CariiL i11tiUev W W Spates They will live near Bo the on the farm of W P Givciio Misses Lula and Fannie Let f Mt Sterling spent Sunday with their sifter Irs Ed Gregory Miss Fiinnie opened her school Mndaj t Poplar Grove schoolhouse near S harpsburgV Mud Lick G W Sponcol who has rheum tism is improving sloly Mrs Joellighley is very low with consumption not expected to live Charles Rnboron suit 8 shoats t Lrot 45 Mrs Pcrgram an aged ady of IttElkgrippe OIOI1lnbllBshy of that place Elins Highley who has been hauling logs to Wilts mill went to Canoy Friday to look for a job Mrs Wade Richardson is dangerously ill with a complication of ultltutllngberyNewton McCarty east of Olympia was here Friday to get some whisky for Ills little girl who is quite sink Miss Nannie Higbley of E Lick is keeping house for her aunt liltIots Mrs Ernest Armitage of Olympia is staying at her sister Mrs Meud Armitagea until the emall poz scare la over mlJameswood for Mr Hozelrigg cut his t igootalong now James son of Thomas Crouchof Salt Lick who lies been down with yearsy4 The snow week before last with a big rain this week has mode traveling very bad hnd in some places nearly impossible Joo Crosby of Salt Lick is clerking for J U Harris Uncle Joe is a nice man and customers are sure of gOOd treatment when dealing with him kTwo young men of Little SuIt Lick Clifford Blevins and Brat k Jones were calling on the Indlu- on Mud Lick the 15th inst They were so interested they did not heed the passage of time nnddark caught them unprepared When ghome it n a fellow isnt it Clay t i li r 1 fVVl-V 4 1IJLlcl A Mr Kiji n moved from here to Fayutirt tV rdny thrLJames L twiJohn Ytirbitmgli traded a pair u- fsIImllmult Jim Will Jacksn a horse Through iut depirties ii c hour IIlIililaIXin iltunlILYHr pallhe or company are sending UIM MUll ore to bad er hinotcaThere arcItlhurhy Wells IIMIVOS Monday Grand River Vs takes illS place FrontC dm thitTUtFdIYc was time old Lou ry i orhonekluesdnyght J W Jackson moved to his home plnco Mrs Mary Warren moved back to her Insmn1poxInKentucky that aro never mentioned for fear it would hurt their business Shame on the city town or community that would cover upa loathsome disease fur mercenary p urposeseThe gns well at John Hedricks is thought to ba very good one though there ia talk of shooting it I understand that some party from Indiana made nn offer of 3000 iih was refused Tho pressure ust bo considerable when it forces the 700lb drill out with tho nddi onal weight of some 300 feet of water in the well All thats need d to develop the best oil nnd gus lluld in title portion of the State is ur people who own lands to on men of v belopgo down shallow oil fields uro not the best Salt Lick lmBorn28tht notTMrs Dr Lewis is tomn hotter we arc glad to say Mrs J H Crimp of Chicago is here visiting her Iiuibant1iSum D Jones anti family have moved into one of the Craig cot Sages Jesie MtcksJStilt child died cIlli 111 2hhwut bulled at Lower Salt Lick French McCarty was in Morgan e onine pltlt week and bought pu uI fancy ttMllrS DeU Marsbfl lmtyIsini stiLl TInt- lrl tie it rV ltuwaz iii 1d 1org1tiic t Js viCtk Jifs Minnie RuU9 and Us Minnie Cumuiirgs left for Cii cnn nati Saturday to attend the niillin ery openings Mr Yancey of Peoria 111wal here tho past wtI kund bought a McCurtyShonset Mrs Myrtle Strggs arid little daughter of Hildreth of Ridge wood Junction is spending a few lays with her parents R B Dick erlon nndwife The Salt Lick Oil kGa f Co struck n strong flaw of gas in the well being drilled on the Hedrick plpcelintllthe residences Will T Hunt rural mail carrier on route No1ns arrested inMt Sterling by Dept Marshal Jackson KirkplltrickU2000 bond for bin appearance at Richmond term Mr Hunt was violatingSecThe funeral of Mrs Richard Ut terbnck who died at Jackson was byUroial conducted by Mr Trout was in Dickor lon cemetery Mr Trout is the new undertaker who recently moved hero from Fleming Co Wiliyears Williams was engineer in Reeses mill near Farmers and in fixing the belt was caught in the machinery and bad both legs broken and was internally injured from which he died nct day Deceased leaves a wife and four children to mourn their loss Burial by tho Oddfal lows at Jones graveyard Slate Valloy Richard Fergusons bouse is near completion Enoch orrsll bought a twoyear old heifer from George Knox for 25 Jnck Toy nnd Ike McCarty sold their tobacco to James Richart at 80 a pound all around Sain Jones and wife went Thurs day to visit tho formers brother Addy Jones near Sharpsburg Miss Lucy Ulery returned Sun day after a weeks visit with her sister Mrs James Stewart near Odessa t It wal Reported hero Iustweek that Joseph Toy living on Ben Wrights farm near Sbarpsburgi had pneumonia Mark Ulery and children return edfrom a visit to tine daughterIrs James dajt near Odessa 4 J formersV i sc 1Vt JlI the nirl Forge Mill went in to gooil hiiml Hope the fine mliiii niilUT thin him halt the oversight ftt long will still continue to l r ere Since I just wrote we have hud o ivcddin s ono 51 r Strut Jones flni d Miss Emma Lynn They arc industrious popular young people nf their neighborhood and we con gratulate them anti wish them ti prosperous Journey through life The other is our highlyesteemed young minister W A Williams and Miss Elizabeth Warren of Olympiu Brother Williams pre rel himself for tim ministry king Ilia way nt the Lexington Itihlo College acquitting himeelr with high honors Aside from that s youthful das were of the pur t I doubt if he ever tasted any ing like intoxicant Klan antI helpful to his parent willing to wield tho ax nnd the plow on the fiirni with tho slime interest Ii r does the Uibio in the pulpit in short he is u model young nmn and in every way suited to make e home life happy of tho bride he has won Miss Lizzie Warren greatruoriteevery way suited to grace the home of her noble young husband The ritrcongratulutes Mr and Mr imnsW and wishes them n pros IM Jlrnev through life iTV kivw TEXAS Port La vnca iIVt- oTexns Fob 20th thoughtIyear has passr M we left orold friends and Kernur v me but we have not furg m I ave been just tolerably f I have been in Texas My has been down very sick for tV months with a severe epell of stoma ach trouble timid hemorrhages of the bowels This spell lute weak ned her down more than army she has ever had heretofore Under the skillful treatment of Dr Peter son she is OH the mend now I am living in Port Lavaci I have a few head of cfittle out on the range Port Lavaca has twelve hundred inhabitant and is the county sent of Calhrn coiVWhat work I do I do iJi s yard of which there me threo i the town each one giving me n pellduya corn and grain country It would e good for citton if it wasnt for w t Sizenfrom Illinois It commenced ruin ing the 21th of September und plowLore or his is n low Hut countrr black ruxy land Right next to the bench time land is a littlf higher than hack from it 5foucan itn ginmo whether it Is muddf or not hic men that mocy here are tho ranchmen and iehermen There arc two llsli cndoyiter lions tS in Port Lava a TJeir three i uddreclitli boats brig in tin oysters mind fish Well Mr John come 3own und tell nit my friends to paie and J nit give you plenty of rdlUh and trout arid oysters to catj We have hud three frosts this whler We hae only it few days of ild westh J ci UJ I0 Z IJJI n to thiIhlceV OUTLOOK i V W S GJDGELL ATTYiTLAW Offleoiwlth Rudgell Son Cons StIFERTJLIZERIcorn nndtobactdcllvered at Olym perhllndrcltolmcgrowerI stead fetilizorurranted to bo best anti hlgjest ijyles For sale by Cad ligrgn Olympia K 11 E ffiS ELLS EYL PLi o et1- co C1ilc toal mcjiiCfaEftnGold ebtC boxes senled with TikO fte Ilrna dangeroa aubu Dronutor is LndlrUnbyngu1 CtlOOXaZIaUea cIr ers toWALmnAmrnils guaranteed the manu on fopra aainstan7defectmnor This gjiteo 1ivitbont tIme limit good the world A J j OOO9 000B JCUIorIWe e a large assortment JFilBilvere li1pM STrnGELLp with This kWingSille 1r 1J ri 4 r t- Yi i r EitIIx Ioe have I6ththe tliird wi iie on time groundIand in tho water bitclrrt 1 think all that makes it hahhy inure ia the salt water in the buy They ttll 1DBYl1I0VfenrThere wits not niiurh of aCraised last jear nnd I dont yeurfllrand no ground broken Corn is 75 cents n bushel bacon front Lt17 cents a pound coal 11a ton wood 450 a cord beef runs from to 15 cents a pound and very common at that Irish potatoes 125 per bushel coal oil 20 cents a gallon flour 480 to 5 n barrel yearling calves sell from 8 to iplC a bond horses from 50 to 100 and very common at that Port Lnvnra hints one candy 5 whito peoples churches colored churches 3 ministers 0 physldnnepreparing for a hospital 2 artists Indinnola is an island 11 from here it hap been washed twicein the years 1875 and 1S8B only one house loft arid one old colored tuna lives there ladanola is a great place for the people around here to go and catch fishtho and there is an oyster shop there It is on the Matngordas hay 1 was told it was 7 miles across ItofPort Lnvnca has 5 suloonp 2 limIt and oyster wholesale houses 2 blacksmith shops schoolhouse for whites which tins 0 teachers twobre gentlemen and four ladies v d4HI000 pupils schoolhouse for blacks with one teacher fifty pu pill 7 drygoods nod grocery storc2 barber shops bank v3 nd livery stable 2 hotels Ii rBtorea lumber yards 1 bnntw iS store 2 furniture toes prlrtingfectio ry trH G restaurants 3 dreBsmaktrs i rtoj o ton gin 300Jyrdrivd fiw 12 1SWmillrrtIf Ve Wfqj Ipr d 18 here at tonn i Cft fibherraHn sell over OOpoundsof fish anti oysters lMy sister Nrs LIzzie Er moved to Port Lavucn nnd is with her son Daniel B Erimm I will enclose dollar for your pa per another year I want to from ray old Kentucky friends My wife and I scndfiur best xisbes to you Mr Rditor and nil of our friends Wherever we tinny ron m wo Viii never forget our frienda in our Old Kentucky humt- RCFpectfnllYfoun JAMES AJicDoNALD KingStulliutniyears old rid eorrcls good plenty of stylo and notion IIOYboelsGCASNIS lions Flfiuingsburg Ky S G BROWH LEGHORNS As good aa carotid breeding cnn pro duce siz and igu u few flue clwk- I1rt1s ftrrileleteh W ceritsper 15 at tiUflhtI8b7A T Dairis liijfsboro IaatrVraw 1 = F tJI i1JI TicketThisbeautluLibraryr mailed Name of Ins ution t Name of Vor fiE Owingsville Ky rro d 7QZ blue ribbo II Il over of iw= tiPUBLICNOTICHath P SpeeialTerm 0urtifT this Court and Bath County gus te notice that all ca LOonanBathOil ebeiilag such offences directs And time Ac distrietay K kindin their respective districts to Ba Kprocure atCthe cl IiIrIt is further ordered th and M goernlngto Sli Ol rondsownedby Un Saltonths from the 1st day of Jan Ov betMt Sal Da of Lawaypt where the same has been erect Salt thoIity Ha Inllin U A specifiedshnllof each 13athmnoy for Bath bar wrlonlaw directs to have such abstri notion lIe prosecutedJN70 A DAUGHERTT JB FC 5 copy attest T Peters Clerk T J Peters D cVJ Jim A Duuhercy prij Blurtder FrulBLICbarlYJOlatolanrsthatfrom these offenses and comply general the requirements above stated phones Jqnuary 1st 1903 HFNO A DADGHBRTTT J BC i y j ii 1 r 4 4VIVv ePp I a p 0ft 1VFREEVV A MAGNIFICENT LIBRARY JTOJVINTERESTING JI DETAILS IN FULL icc r tAtVprisinjr merchants have ntrangoV txvliat will prove the mostjtercst f contest botwon L t7 jtMasons Salt Lick Odd Fellows indJHJUUI loUIJ AiULiliU f C J1 fJCiijghmtsKnights of the Maccabees Colored U B FahdUBS organizationaway 1Tie prize will be a magnificent B VbrnrybonslstlngofThe Dr Dwight ExPresident of Yale University edition of 4 sets Worlds Great ClnssleBcontnJnofj1 t f lug set ot Classic 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each Issue r coupon that a will entitle tilt holder to Un 1rOtbKIthat will be credited to the Institn I pfovldedwell I tlof tillS paper Tfli 4 Voting tkket can bo 5octm9dotiIyL f f a from time following stor Mrw 1 S Kstill Dry Gooas ul1 3rJlhuzirvVIi- Ytmesdilinn Cents1 FurnishingfOio ti Citiulimg Hoots imlcLhices E L lr A T Byron ilazttiiro 5 mlJ fumnimig Il 1pllUIrtsr a yJuhll T KlKiiroKgli HTUSS end rt Innr2S OutU f Jcfcson Fresh and Caret ssv IV 11y ra aridCarriageHS Brother Ewing eToCeritsVJ g Uascom Stursell and Op y tiiIan VVV Ktrv 1IV nessVM D Vatlt Furulturb antl Under 4 t v tttngM J 1 liessFuacral Director mind s jj Einbalmer S Dawson i Conner Livery SaleVKj cud Feed Stable IMP03TAKT EoniomberthattheLlbraryVotlng be issued on old aa well now accounts when tho account Is aid COSTESThosecondmmctimmg count and report cti Monmdayafternoon at OUT tImeWllotdwith time firms name writtenItim package h voto for Feb 24 was aa followsVRo 152942hertsomm P nights of Maccabees92VMus ns 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