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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r offt I aSahteS fi tr tt t c- r 01 he qpminQt1ithutLoak 0 VOL XXIV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 12 1903 Ot it 1 51 When you have a nows Item or wish to communi cato with TUB OUTLOOK office by phono ring up 51 Grass began greening up nicely i last week Como to THE OUTLOOK for horse Snd jack bills f Wait for Brother t Brothers tailor and buy your spring suit 16x20 picturo trnroes 1 to121ie- aoh J M BROTHER FOR SALEOne stack oats J WiLt HORSEMAN Born March Ctb to Mr and Mrs Swim of Flat Creek a dl1ughI terTtmoeSantorda well known old colored wan died Tuesday of pneumonia Picratt of Bethel sold loot1I worth of chickens one day 11111tI weekIBrother Brother are agents for ladies Anthony Ventilating Dress Shields no rubber r Born March 4th to Mr and c Mrs Ambrose Jones of Burbridges Branch a daughterJl Brother d Brother have just re- ceivedi the lato stylo dress goods in silk oxfords go in and see them WE MUST HAVE OUR MONET so please call and settle S SLKSSER If you want an auctioneer I am your man Terms reasonable M D PARIS FOUSALJ20 yearold mules one or more J M DENTON 353 Hillsboro Ky There is ono infallible sign of spring thoughall others fail bockt beer was put on tap in town day They do say that the boys wero completely knocked out Satturday night bucking ngainbt Book ROT Parker will preach nt Salt Well Sunduy morning at 10 30 and at Sees schoolhouse at 230 in af ternoon Hillcnmeyer the Lexington nur seryman perhaps tin best author iiy in the State says the peachei c ytreicillcdi1 John A Hedger on the premise 0 near Bethel Saturday March UthC t will sell his household goods 50 ehocks foddr milch cow Wednesday tf last week was n fine sunehiny spring day with tIle insects buzzing but tho net day it ained also the next day etc r tI ilro t eighth oil well in the Tuesday of lat week Apparent tho shooting was a surcesslEast Fork of Flat Creek sur rounded the house of John Rodger Saturday evening nail the family had to be carried nut bv neighbors Saturday afternoons in mactI torrents out of spring branches washing away fencing and water gape and doing other damage throughout the county Barred Plymouth Rocks Conger Strain R few settings of eggs at 50c per setting of 15 at tho house- J W EUMONS 25 tf Bethel Kyv The thunder storm Saturday ev j oning was accompanied by heavy I hail at Preston Slate Valley and other points The rain was very v Uavy horobut there was no hall rr Rev Ross Snapp of Bartervirre Nicholas county was a caller at this 00130 Monday He and Rev Ed L Sanford are conductinga two weeks meeting at Fairview Church Youngljnarried couples just start lag tQyhousekeepinp will make a mistake if they dont see Brother k Good pasters stock before they buy They shore onnfit you out cheap er than anybody k Fou SALE Planing and grist mill resaw concave saw ripsaws 25hore power boiler and engine machinery comparativelyn will sell all or any part in Owingsville G W MCKItNE VAN BOOGIES AND FURNITURE T S Shrout starts in the new year with a large and complete stock of bU2I gies and furniture of all kinds to suIt new beginners in bousckeep lag Call and see him Cash or credit Funeral Furnishings Prompt equipments and modern services also dealer in firstclaps furniture of all descriptions Call and see before purchasing elsewhere- M D FARIS Owinedvillo Ky J L HESS Funeral Director and Embalmer MBS HARVEY CARPESTERBDEATII ed Aner along illness MrV1arvey Carpenter aged 22 yearVAoldcat daughter of Mr and Mrs Itewton Carpenter of upper Slate C reek ded at3 oclock p m Monday March 9th of consumption The funeral was conducted by RIder B F Parker of the Christian Church deceased being a member of denomination The burial took place at the Smith burial ground on the headwaters of Salt We Creek The husband who Is a son of Willis Carpenter and the par eats brothers and sisters havo the tincere sympathy ofnil in their sorrow d t i1 + 1iiiof j1 s 1 I 1 rt 1 J U w t itt i J I r 1 fl Hff M rq t I1O f PERSONAL Brutus Knsh left Tuesday for Hot Springs Altian Shrout of Ippcr Prickly 5hls Hick ElI Nosbitt of Mnysvillo was here Monday IttoMiss Mary Burbriilfjo rotnrnedsion day fro Cincinnati T S Daughortywas In Morohead last week on business O W Clayton of near Winches ter was in town Monday 1IIRS Ella Young of North Middle town was in town Friday Oscar Clmndlor was down with the grip some days lust week Sherman Goodpiistcr is nursing very soro vaccinated arm I Mrs Annie Power has accepted n position with Brother Brother Kay Gooilan returned Tuesday of last week from n stay nt Buffalo Ill It S Hawkins of Hillpboro WitS hero Monday on his way to Flat CreekMrs Fulton Green of Mt Sterling was tho guest of Mrs Ida Elliott tho past week A S Johnson anil Miss Mary Hunter Johnson of Mt Sterling were in town Tuesday IMiss May Hendrix returned FrII a visit to her sister MrsI An Boyd at Carlisle Mrs S Ring Ford has roturned homo to Lexington after a visit to Mrs E II Goodpastcr Mrs T M Perry went Monday to visit her parent Mr and Mrs Thos McCIintockatMIllersburs Mrs Mary L Mann of Prickly Ash went to Cincinnati to attend the millinery markotlast week Guy II Ratliff of Ironton Owas with his parents Mr and Mrs C S RatliiT near town this weekI Mrs W Ray W to Winchester Thursday to visiKher parents Prof and Mrs E C lok Ed Myers aid family left Tuesday o make their homo near tho flour bon county lino In Harrison county Thomas Wren and slater Miss ncr tie of Roes Run went Saturday to Islt relatives in Montgomery county Douglas Smith wife and little laughter passed through town Fuesilay on their return homo to ton V nay Patterson wnnt to Win Chester NVcdnesiluy Ho will return Friday son accompanied liy Mrs Iat terl Rex Corn IIfII1 of Central UnivertItV was hero train Monday with his father Dr B Cor iiolisou Mr and Mrs E W Iloflln moved rom Slate Avenue to Miss LHO UarncK house just west of the M E Churh wllq1t10DeGrntfiurtid at Tuskogee IudITerritory J H PowelL of Klchnnnd Ky 11Olno the owner Jl i t Lnura Kaeli of Slate alley byMrswill move to it soon J C Doudenspeck and sonP EoC FridayTheytour in the Euibry oil field Mr and Mis Oscar Chandler re turned Wednesday of last week from Cincinnati whero Mr Chandler bought his spring stock of goodslJudge C W Goodpastcr returned Friday from a trip to Lexington ami Mt Bterliug accompanied by MrsiGoodpatiter from the latter Mt Sterling visitors here Monday were Bruce Whaley John Scott A J and R C Oatowood Jack and Rezin Owings Wm Cravens Thos Uarnoll John MDentonof HhllsboroU rant PoplarPlainsJames Day of Fleming county were here Monday Mrs Dr G M Curry and daughters Mrs Nina HutchltiRon und Miss EdIill have returned home to O utter a visit to str and Mrs J Wallace BurnesIWorth Rodgers Cincinnati and Miss Virginia Rutherford of ShRrlhI burs passed through on return from u visit to friends at Preston Wednesday of last weok stepdaughterwere guests of Misses Marx and An MarySheehanHon Daniel Harper didnt to Indian Territory last week on John Harper Indian claim business Ho was taken sick at Mt Sterling Tues day and bad to be brought bnckI home John Richards of Knoxville nnu Granville Richards of Georgetown came Sunday night to see their brother William E who la in bad health Granvillo returned home Monday and John on Tuesday Oliver Cassity wife and sistcriri law Miss Nannie Suladlo of Jones Branch left Thursday for Hadloy Hendricks Corlnd to make their munyfriends daughterMissto visit Mrs James K Jackson un til Sunday and go from hers to visit Mrs Dora Cookat Ashland They wilt In the near future make their homo atLouisa where Paul Guulp and Miss Bertie will run a racket store The best wishes of their many friends go with them O S Rodgers of Odessa returned Saturday from a weeks visit to his sister Mrs James Hopkins of Tall oma Champaign county Illinois and brother Joseph o f Knowles MennrdcountyHe re brotherIbrother left hero thirtyodd years ago itiI make the best break cart on tho market 20 25 lOrubbetires 15 to 22 per set Buggy repairing and painting specialty OSCAU PALMER fii f i Z4 rt c S f t7s r I T Lnthram of Nnymr Ifuhn bought Mrs Layra Kashs about 43ueres ut Slate for 2300 and will move to it April 1st Mrs Lou Ragland qualified Mon day as administrator of tho estate of her lute husband TC Ragland His will which leaves his property to her was admitted to probate Robert Johnson has moved his harbor shop to the front room over Oscar Chandlers store He will bo pleased to see hiold customers and all who need his services in his ncv quarters Mat R L THOMPSONS DEATH See Shnrpeburg items for mention of Richard L Thompsons death lie was one of tho most prominent cit izens of Bath county Ho was an uncle of Geo T Young of this town EPIDEMIC OK Gitir There has been a large number of cases of grip in town tho pastweek Among those moro seriously affected wero little Harold Conner Miss Lorena Perry Mrs Margaret Honakcr Mrs B II Ross Mrs James Ross James Snedcgar moved from Mrs Carrie Lacye house in theI eastern suburb to Craigs Leo Goodpastcr from across the pike to the house vacated by Snedegar and Ed Jones from Slate Avenue the the house vacated by Goodpas- ter BAD WEAThER INTERFERED On account of the hard rain theMum social given at Mrs T H Browns residence by the Ladies Aid Socie tyof tho M E Church Friday night was not as largely attended III it otherwise would have beep However those present hud a most delightful time AT THE CHRISTIAN CCUIcnKl er W K Pendleton of Mt Vernon Ohio will preach tt the Christian Church next Sunday Elder Pen dleton is a grandson of Alexander Campbell the founder of thcChris han churchand comes highly rec omtncndcd The church here may employ him pastor for the eneu n yoar- Noiniso I UARIEIrINDIINCLAur whIn Inn Inves the John Harper claim as n member of tho Ghpeta v Indian ribe returned the past week without having accomplished anything Fletcher Crouch thinks there Is nci prospect fur these claimants getting anything JTOBACCO SALES Geo A Peeds purchases in Judy neighborhood 23TJOO lblil of W U at 7 2andStockdale ut 7aid 3c 14000 lhs a of Sidney Johnson and tenant Pres itt lit 711 nr Sidtviaw othiuibT4tt ie Cvfgity J 47 land 3c on SaTrWcH 8000 lbs of L N Stofer at G nnd 3c v HENDERSON RIDDLE Married March 4th 1903 at 3 oclock p m nt the home of and by Elder Zim- mermAn Mr Joseph Henderson and Miss Martha Riddle Mr Willie Hunt and Miss Lizzie Rid dle were the attendants Mr Hen derson is a son of S T Henderson living three miles north of Owings ville and is well worthy of the bride ho has chosen Miss Riddle i s the third daughter of Mr and James Riddle living in the Odessa neighborhood and ia bright and winsome young lady They returned to the home of the brides sister Mrs W L Whitton where a sutnptucuis repast was served to them May they live long and be happy VERY OLD BZULEW H DaughA has probably the oldest book pubiished anIheirloomceased wife who was Miss Emma Bartlett and contains the record of the births and deaths of her an casters from that time down Her people were among the early set tiers of New England where she was born and reared This edition of the Bible is a celebrated one be cause in the seventh verse of the third chapter of Genesis it is stated that Adum and Eve made themselves breeches 6f Dg leaves instead of aprons as tho other editions have it Hence this was known as tho Breeches Hiblei Jt was a fine hook octavo in size bound in leather and having two metal clasps The body of the book is printed in old English or German letters while notes and other parts are in Roman letters with nil the ss not terminals like the fa without the crossbar The spoiling though scholarly in its day looks very quaint with its final es and frequent uie olys where is tire now used It has a number of very curious genealogical trees and woodcut pictures When this Bible was published Wm Shakespeare was still alive King James I was on the British throne the settlement at Jamestown Virginia was contending with famine discafc Indians and the pure human cussednesa of the colonists Plymouth Rock hud not yet been pressed by the foot ofa Pilgrim Fattier in fact outside ol the Spanish settlements in the south and the Jamestown colony the territory of tho United States was u wilderness withunlimited opportunities to howl Outlook Job Work is best t i A 3r t jJY BCriAS KENNEDY DEAD Charloa Kennedy a prominent citizen of farmers lied Monday lie was aged about 75 years He was Unn of good intelligence and clover to the limit Ho hull a wide ac quaintanceship in this county and really friends who will lament his death He leaves a wife who was dnughteroCWmwho is in business at Farmers The family will be warmly sympathized with by innumerable friends in their distress Tun SALT LICK GAS WELL The Hedrick gas well near Salt Lick was turned down and plugged Oc casionally the plug is taken out and tho gas lighted in a stove some tile lance away and connected with the well bya pipe A fuwminutcs burning sufliccs to heat the stovu redhot The company is debating tho qustion of shooting the ccl or drilling it deeper The 11111fchinorydrillingon account of the danger of destruction to his machinury unless ho is guaranteed against loss the outfit not being his own Tho flow of gas la said not to be so strong as at first probably owing to dirt being washed into it by tin gasimpelled water flowing and sub siding regularly at intervals Only the upper part ot the well is need r JACKSONOVEKBKY WEDDING j FIIK OUTLOOK made a slight mistake lust week in the brief mention of the marriage by Elder B H i Ross on Tuesday night March 3d of Mr Jackson and Miss Lena Ov erbey Instead ot Walter Jackson it was Mr John L Jaekson who became the bridegroom of JiBS IantsThe bride is tho doughier of Robert Overbey a prominent Olympia citizen She u a stately blonde and a strikingly handsome young woman gracefuland with charm ing manner She has been one of the belles of Olyiqpia society ever since her dolJ tThe bridegroom is a ton of Cole Jacksnn uh l is a clever popular young man worthy of his inntn menial success ahcfhas the best wishes of his community THE OUTLOOK congratulate Mr and Mrs John L Jackson RESOLUTIONS OF HESCSCTFur- mere Kyi March 7th lU03lar raert Lodge No 82 1 O O F Freestone Kj Whereas it pleased the author and finisher of nil things to set the foal nf death upon our beloved Brother Miles Willinrus Will drpnrtcd iiilife February 7th 1003 To iliSo but to live JUT rhar- in 11cr Miles wIT Ham ac lor our best DicQibers arid his family a devoted husband and loving fattier The grand motto guided him and his life was one of Friendship Love and Truth Resolved That we extend our helpinghnndResolved That these resolutions bo spread upon our minute book and a copy be sent to the Grand Lodge also a copy to the bereaved family and published in TOE OW OSVILLE OUTLOOK and Morehead Mountaineer tDK T A E EVANS T E CRAIG W L HODGINS Committee MCCLUKEMANLEV WEDDING On Wednesday of last week a pro cession of buggies camo into town on thu Sharpsburg pike and everybody said nt once Theres a wedding party Conspicuous in the procession with a fair maiden by his side was Uncle Silas Cor bin and some thought that Uncle Si was surely on matrimony bent this time for the gossips for some years past have at intervals hall him either married or on the point of marrying But Uncle Si was only on one of his missions of benevolence in promoting the happiness of others by lending with his presence an uric of sober discretion and mature dignity to an occasion of supreme moment to the youthful high contracting parties Mr Matthew B McClure and Miss Sadie Manley After tho preliminaries in the way of a license etc were arrang ed the party repaired to the resi dence of Rev F D Palmoterwhero tho usual vows being exchanged according to prescribed formula Mr McClure and Miss Manley were declared husband and wife by Rev Plmeter The attendants of the bridal party wore Silas Cor bin and Miss Mary Manley Silas Hawkins and Miss Miuie Young George Manloy and Newt Horn backThe bride is a daughter of Todd Manleya prosperous farmer of the Bethel neighborhood She is YQungIndyThe bridegroom is a son of Joseph B McClure a prominent citizen of near Sherburne He is a sprightly and promising young man THE OUTLOOK joins tho many friends of Mr and Mrs Matthew B McClure in wishing them the choicest of lifes blessings One reason why bad boys dont got caught with the the old trick of giving them a Bible with money between the leaves is becausa they fling it into a orner and the mon ey falls out I P 1 st RacketStoreI SpringlsDratoingNear And every one wants one dollar to serve thepurpose of two We slaughter the price and give you double bargains every time uphairMens White Shirts 78 44 33c Spring Calicoes yd 5 4c Boys Ties 8 5c Mens Arm Bands pr 53eLadies hose Supporters proIOe 8elr Underskirts 4Jc- 104Unbleached yd15c proU8c Poultry Galvanized CASH PAID FOR EGGS l E W HEFLIN Shiouts Old Stand SPRING OF 1903 We received a handsome line of spring goods including latest novelties in MILLINERY DRESS GOODS EtcI 11We ask our and customers to call and them We Best Calicos 4c 5c per yard Apron Gin lunfis 5c Tie per yard Bleach Cottons 5c to 8c per yard Call and see thes goods before going elsewhere MRS D S ESTILL O WiNCSVILLE KYIFox HUNTING NEAR OLTMPIA George Warner Derritt Swnrti and myself and occasionally Dolly Var di n but Dully is married now Ism afraid we lose him take our dogs out every few nights and start a fox run him till we get sleepy then we blow our dogs Coif and come In A few nights ago it being warm and kind of drizzling rain we h ml nt more than got out in the timber than DurrStta trusty iifl ctnted oSfr frtsh track We were espr ng race 110wt ever he ria only liti plec tho creek till ho treed George blew him oJf and in a few minutes started another trail and ran the sumo way The boys tooted up the horn and changed our direc tion It was the same thing over and over as long as we stayed outI So we went home cold the hunt a waterhaul Next morning Durritt hitched up Pete his mule and went up the creek after a load of stove wood While looking around after something dry he discovered u snag thought to be thirty feet long This snag had a crack in it running from in the ground to the top Right at the ground there wile a hole in tho tree Tine dogs had been running coon after coon into this snag ones tail was clear out on the ground and their heads were out on top In drawing their breath they had this snag clear to the top One could see this spljt in the tree open and shut Dcrritt tied up Pete to a bush and came after all of tine boys anti dogs in town Tho boys armed them selves with clubs and and when the tree was cut down it split from one end to the other 1 wish the editor could have been there and seen the coons and dogs run and the boys alter them Pete didnt bring any stove wood back but Derritt loaded up his sled with the game we ran in that snag the night before Mr Editor if you see anyone buying up furs send him to Olympia J K JACKSON COURT DAT There was a big crowd in town Monday nearly up to the attendance last Court day Stock trading was rather dull There was a considerable number of mules offered but they were held at sa high a price that buyers declined to take hold Uu incsi with the merchants WAS only air ally though a few report it ex tremely good About 40 cattle were offered mostly yearlings The market was draggythough nearly all were sold Hogs wore out of sight in price but nil offered wero snapped up A few sheep wero offered Among the sales were Geo T Young bought last week nine shoats of Samuel Cassity for 30 and resold two to J A Daugherty- for 10 one to Henry Vaughn for 450 and six to T H Brown for 24 the latter reselling them to Chas T Vice for 25 Theywould weigh about 00 lbs average Walter Young golda sow and five pigs for 2250 to Tom Mc Carty who them to Tines J Jones for 1 profit Robert Cockran ot Salt Lick sold fortyfour hogs at ttn average L iilLJr r 4llL h f r 5 Ladies Fancy Sheeting Lnfi Shrt Hndlo Steel Shvls 59c Krawing Knives Sic Slens Buck Gloves Carpet Tacks 3 boxes 5c Razor Hones 10c Wire 3ft yd4c12Tnnth Garden Rake 15c Wash lioilors 7DcI Felt Collar Pads SOc T S have the friends quote to to about split rocks gener resold ofabout 6o J M Richart sold seventeen hogs at 6 05 to 625 T H Brown sold a pairof mules to W A Tapp for 185 Thos McClintock of Millers burg bought three mules at 75 90 and 120 rospectirelyresolling tho latter for 125 John W Dawson sold a black snddle Lorse to i Yireinr man for iKv Gct Ton bought u irse of jJacv b Warner r 125 H Rice botig i nnre af Earl Fell for 70a mare o rmjcs Snelling for 90 James Day bought a horse for 110 Win Crayons auctioneer re ports the following sales cow and calf for James Williams to 011 Snedegar for 3575 cow for Sam Lathram 31 steer calf for Sam Lathrnm 1825 heifer for T S Shrout for 2150 cattle dullJWANTED ASSESSMENT REDUCED J C Cummings S S Miller and Dhas Kerr of Lexington J Worthington of Pittshurg C P Thurston of New York and W L Neillllf Fairmont W Vaj were hero Monday and Tuesday to have the South Pennsylvania Oil COH Raglandcontinued till the April term of the Fiscal Court CORRESPONDENCE Continued front fourth page Stoops Uncle J B Haney is on the sick listCorn is selling at 250 per bbl in the field Many men lose a hundred dol lars trying to save one C H Gossett and family moved to Ithohighest genius is willingness and ability to do hard work Jas Leach sold his crop of tobac co to Hisle at 8 and 3c per lbnRobt S Smith removed Wednesday to South Bloomfield OhioTMisfortune will overtake any man if he doesnt cover his tracks The getriohquick concerns turn ed into getoutquick if you please John Grooms of Jeffersonvillc was here on business one day last weekSThe height of some mens ainbia tion usually ends six feet below tinoo surface A politician knows it all until it is proved to him ho doesnt know anything W H Bryant sold his crop of tobacco to G A Peed of Owings ville at 74 and 3o per lbs Marion W Bridges and Will T Bryant are soJourniog at Hot Springs Vu for treatments Tom Wren and sister Miss Ber tie of near Olympia visited their lastileweek cm t qt i SADDLES HARNESSdWhy buy a shoddy socalled Saddle or Harness whom you can get strictly flrslclass goods made right here ut homo and made out of tlib best oaktar retl leather and by men that only make flrstciuss york Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLE Is the easiest arid easiestriding and most durable saddle tIHlp If you try one set of our handmade buggy harness you will always mao them I havb the best line of saddlery goods In this part of tho State 1 am Yours for best saddles and harness EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KY SAM P ATCHISONi r DRUGC3SY FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO CIGARS G t BUY GREEN SEAL Ij I FOR HEN WOHEN and CHILDREN Jp MADE IN LOUISVILLE ICY U S A WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED SOLESthe jbestwearing leather in the world For sale by Oscar Chandler Kentucky Commana Mel l t= 1 I have just received a large stock of new J SHOES OF ALL KINDS 1seedontbuyI give prices of here U8cLadiTI1Iens19011ens t See my bright new Calico patterns at 34 4 4v2 and 5C per yard n Ladies Skirts 50 70 135 195 Soap 2 5 Sc cake Shoe Laces 12 pair 5c- Drapery 5c yd D Fancy Sox 3o pr- tm CcoTSprirgs lc 8 v CALL SEE MY iJARQAINS IN CLOTKUVn f V Mens 5 Suits 2 50 Meife T5uiV8 I Mtij fi12auitsl 50 Boys 2piece Suite aged K to 15 SOc to 195 3pieccSujto GASH PAID FOR EGGS n Oscar Chandler c ON J i i r I Probably the nest Democratic oppose large families he candidates are roaming Oer sacred suit And according to their preaching A vote cast right will netef spoil The Congress has adjourned The most notable events f the session were the refusal of- tatehood to Oklahoma Arizona nd New Mexico and the curbing f the trusts with a rotten twine halter The was visited by a terrific rain hail and wjnd storm Saturday evening about 4 oclock It was the greatest storm ever seen in this vicinity A largo amount of fencing and water gaps were A western paper says Just as we announced the opening of the trade the thermometer dropped to 12 degretS below zero While the paper takes pains to mention tho thermometer it does not say n word about time weather i OwingsvilleJ i Try JHUlrplns t IWritingt 4ocTobaccoOne door above 1 I f CARLOAD HANDS ALt SIZESP EVERY ONE GUARANTEED Li A Ti DYAONI tnegntiveflid Kentuckys Fiftyseventh community vnlheduTay Xr Postoffice i l the Jleof Sam Williams Sat Urdnya larye crowd was present if and very tiling sold high HIKfAweighing frotu50 to 60 lbs apiece brought 360 and 4 20 per headr cow and calf 4450 two sows oner for 20 and the other for IU50r one liorso brought 150 farming implements sold high Win Crav ens was auctioneer NOTICE 0ALL PHYSICIANS OF iBATH COUNTY fSealed bids will be received by I ri Ihe Fiscal Court of Both coiintv 116 J he April term 903or the letting J r f medical services to tia piij yi oor in erich of 4jeriod The Court reserves the right tocreject any and all bids as tine bept hinterests of the county may rcquiref JNO ADAOGHERTY J tiMarch 4h 1903 354V 5nI L JF = I r SO t t il OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY hoLidotofLa Ascattered round about the house Or hid ovay from meonThe pars all us right to hand I The tidys on the chair rst My hat lont leave the front hall peg Most fore I hang It therestAn everything Is orderly An just the way Its put truckpI But when I look around the room sodn h t1 The place they ought to gobI Idglvc the rest o this ol life If I could only seebtS That baby strewlnJ r f The way thy used to be 4 t Portland OregonIan t F 15 KIDNAPPED 3 J5S MILLIONAIRES t A Tale of Wall Streetthand the Tropics AByFREDERICK U ADAMS I Thsr Copj rt hi br Lnthrop rubltrhlnx AIIiIgbtaisridIl CHAPTER XI CoxTiNUFn Mr Carmody was n gentleman of Impressive mien He hnd retained I bin dignity and his composure mo stwadmirably und addressed Capt Wa ters with the easy air in which he iI was wont to issue orders to the managers and superintendents of his 51 vast enterprises He calmly drunk a little of a glass of water und step plug forward faced Capt Waterse InSbronze He was in full uniform The gold braid of his cap the bars of gold on his shoulders anti sleeves Snod the rows of brass buttons on 4Sc Ills coat were in sharp contrast to the plain apparel of the group which now clustered nround him A long andI4 7c5 1 i showed plain in the electric light which flooded the room The closely ij cropped gray moustache the shaggy I black eyebrows beetling over the 17 cold blue cyts the Irongray hair beneath the cap the erect Impas i Five pose of the figure proclaimed the character of the ofllcial who hold tQ1 in his control the immediate destiny I of the group of men who now con f 5dsl fronted him 11J Mr Kent did not join this party ii He had paused by a starboard win dow and was gazing out as If deeply concerned in n studyof the weather Hcstor stood n little back of the I captain while Hammond had seated himself by the table In his fact P anger and bewilderment struggled for mastery Y4r I p jCapt Wates said Mr Carmody his hand familiarly on the I Abroad shoulder of that official on behalf nf the gentlemen on this st yncht Lfehinnrt of you as its cap Mairt7 that you immediately put about and return to New York You are responsible Mr Hestor is clearly Irresponsible It is our wish to reo iS turn tit once a It certainly 1st It certainly is exclaimed ilr Pence attempting to grasp Capt Waters hand That of ficlal glanced at Mr hester as if wnitinjr fur him to answer You know yonr orders said lIes tor You are the captain of this yachtr my orders from Mr Hestor and them C5fgruffbiitcast nnrcagt When he says to- changtlq1QULc I will chnng hrI fltrte tntIt tli hJf Mints all5 Thia 1S n tongeeeh fur Capt Lj Waters lie turned und walked to doort is yours gentlemen ttrt wild TIestpri airily The servants are alSI necessary orders to the captain I You gentlemen who have such grealI Interests under your control tii se that In such nn outing as I have planned Capt Waters must not thr3St comfort and am sure you will thank j J me forthe treat I have in store for I c lou I will rejofn you In a few mo i j 55meats I wish to Study our charts 1 camI determine onr course for the YS3Scuou for a few moments Sidney If t i tL ethc gentlemen wjlj excuse you tt 4 Jr Hammond hesitated momentf Y Mr Carmody stepped to his side nnd 1f spoke a few words in a low tone f Sidney listened und bowing to him 4d t nnd the others joined Hestor and cd followed him into his private state j rooms at the forward part of the deckhouse tJ nell Ill be damned said Mr l Haven with perhaps justifiable em tlphritiS as Hestor smiled graciously d 4 and departed with Sidney Hammond kidnappedqSIfind that out forilinutlsllgotr It mighty coolly said r Haven glaring at the big epecu ti IV VheVT1 f men in Next4 York was an everyday t event by tlieavay you take it r7 1 1 have seen stronger things than 1 llj this happen i id Air Kent Take I i Il easy Take it easy You will get i4 Pence excited ofrr41 ji os n e I depths or despair Had one of the r ft marines entered and commnnde4 him jf ftt to walk the plankit would not have i oI iadded to the weight of woe which Ji j ocrwbelmldhtm rri 1 Mr Palmer J Morton had taken I no pert in the brief proceedings 1vhlchbadaccompUshed this revolu i thin He grasped the situation frpm ftOrst j declaration and realized that 4 tt whether their dilemma was the re lIultofaplQt oir the whim ofamaniac that arguments and force rif were useless Mr Morton prided him self that he could divine the mach i 5Inatlons of the coolheaded bust t Bess schemer biit was he expected J t to cope wlththe fantastic tsofacrazy man It was enough to know if t tl thehad been duped He must 4evise a way out ot the trap which n J i he had helped to set if cof rlqentle eii fee said thI8 Is a 1 MrioM affair but We iHBBst meet It1 f cbq12y andwith delikeration It is 1rrt f jm avalf tp storm aEd rage We ire eaged aadXif will do no good to S rfY lWtltb rs 11b441 n t iCf4 i ii Lr otr 1 or ft li o ti ti J I r 1 ir = tt 1J iw tK tr h G Auf= t fpr J feel myself largely at fault in this affair but nil of us are likely to mali e mistakes and to suffer lapses in judgment In this Mr Morton Interrupted M r Rockwell I think I speak for all present when I say that we do not ld you in the least responsible for is ridiculous event I should have ne the same thing So would any usI thought that newspaper trust e of the best things I ever heard of said Mr Pence and his eyes brightened for the moment at the ought I figured it out that the ock would have paid 20 per cent dividends on tho original investment Oh it is awful Mr Pence evidently did not refer to the magnitude of the vanished U endsid but to his present sorrow We must retire to one of the aterooms and consider what ci e done said Mr Morton I pre sume the owner or the oflicers of the oat will not object to our move ments so long as we comply with the rules of discipline We have been informed that the yacht is ours mill I suggest that we select our staterooms and meet in one of them and confer together You can do anything you please i said Hestor who had entered tier room mill hall overheard the of Mr Mortons remarks Hut e hour is early and there is plenty of excellent wine straining against the corks in the effort to escape und enhance the jollity of this occasion Besides we are going to have music have attempted to reconcile Mr to his fate and I know he will favor us with a song Mr Hestor The speaker stopped Capt tcrs stood in the door and his hut as on the arm of a gentlenit whose face mill pose constituted a character study He was n big handsome man with a font com plexion an aggressive black mus tachc shrewd blue eyes ami n profu j fl of brown hair which fell to at collar There was no timidity in his attitude yet there was some indescribable weakness in his getter bearing He was welldressed ni WHO THE DEVIL AUF YOUr DE HANDED HESTOR h iiiadw avhichlooked at him in blank amazement Mr fViiom canilcdleased the arm of the new arrival L Sylvester Vincent of Chicago was the replyoWhat are you rton this boat Where did you ft him Capt Waters He was in the aft passage wainhe hind just come out of one staterooms 0Thissaid Mr Vincent who had entirely if In cfactav glikefVincentm ody who glared bruk at hint ii is a very busy man awl ry ime is of some value also IV tTIn littli oiuiii trip 1 figured tli tfis wouli good time to get atchance to talk to him so I came on b oard that there eightrto my being a guest and not de tiring to intrude on your company inner I remained down stairs until you gentlemen had finished your ast Mr isSylvester Vince looked hungrily nt the yet loadStable and concluded I was is starting to come upstairs and intro tice myself to Mr Carmody when Ollr genial captain Capt Waters I believe kindly consented to escort me here You are all right said Hestor ns he burst into a roar of hatiglit I dont know who you are or what OU do but if I have any mimer ou can get a job as reporter on I hemNew York Record any time you ask for it Capt Waters how did our old college chum L Sylvester Vincent get on board the SharkaCart Waters looked rather crest fallen and glared at Mr Vincent with an expression which boded that gentleman no goodsHe came along a minute after you and those two gentlemen did said Capt Waters pointing to Mr Rockwell and Mr Carmody I s I Yrejbelowi YiladplentyIMr Carmodyndo you go hack asked Mr Vincent as a puzzled expression came into his face We lire not going back lies brreplied We are going to the Sot ithtSea islands CHAPTER XII AT SEAaThe interview in Hesters cabin with Mr Sidney Hammond was brief and spirited Hammond did not walt for any cxplanatins but proceeded to denounce Ilestor in scathing terms That gentleman smiled picasI antly and waited for him to conclude This is the act of a mad man or a villain sold Hammond as he paced angrily up and down the narrowI room Hestor had seated himself atta writing desk and leisurely rolled a cigarette You do not look I Ike- a crazy pan but you act like one You have not been drinking to ex cess and cannot plead intoxication as an excuse for this outrage Of all the unaccountable things What do you mean to do What is your object in detaining these men whoniI you have induced to become your guests Have you stopped to think of the agony this will cause their relations Have you considered how my sister Olive will feel when I railo to return homeaHe stopped in trout of Hestor his ejreg flasWDg nngcr Invoice treuj L i i i K- f f ij rcl J i I aw 4 31 1s T r rt r4r9t 1 If JO jJa1O t t Lw + Tselftack on Hcstor BsaidThere is nothing so serious about yolhiatti1 sent her a telegram and signed your name to it I made n copy of the message Hud here it is Hestor handed a slip of paper to Hammond who rend us follows ills Olive Hammond It Is necessary for me to accompany Mr Hestor on a short business trip to Kuropc We sail early this evening and I shall be too busy to come home to bid you Koodby luck my trunk and alls S mill fend them to Mr Hcslor8 otHre Do not come down town as I do tiC know where I hall be In the mtantlmfoPul my uerap books ant paper In the trunk as I wish to work o my essays on the trip across and bacc alreadynBret that I cannot see you before I leave rdenSIDNEY II IIIOND siihintyou are not entirely lost to leceucytu said Hammond with erbittabout these other men They have dear ones They have feelings If110W la1iiitonce bucannotliIlestorTomorrow thcfce men cnn comimin kate with their I licare11ciiaiigtd iiaittisinnjounniIs ruliluttison the high seas The man who viLiav fuses to obey orders on this bozitch 1will be put In irons 1 should not hatchsan unpleasant way There will be sonic one hurt be saiddI should not be surprised however at any attempted outrage Do you care to give any sane reason for this affair gave you the reasons at HICit dinner table said Hestor whose fit of anger had passed These men now on this yacht have managed to eerJthlngIn ytruststhe government I want to find out what would happen if they should die simultaneously Sucha thing might happen dont you know Yell pknowsThey will be cut off from commits Dllringthatany one knows Then I will see that saJingthatthe strain on their families and We then will see how tI ountry gets along without them for a Great scheme dont you t iiDeslihisOf course he docs not said Ire Sctor promptly I have not seen Bob six months This is my personal affair Just now I am working for myself I never thought of this tin Jikermy plans to no one but I theSyour a ou will vhin you get over your lo01ls11Ir must rejoin our trIntor soon founJ that his unwilli ru esttf desired to retire 10 Apartments which had been reserved thet a o look after their comfort They found that their host had made every lllippers tawere profusion lIestor bid them a pleas tnpper Vincent That gentlemans face yet bore a puzzled expression cngngeIr Hestortyou say you were going Mr lIestor he asked neiccust put me off Which way are a tieri going now About cast jVlhlsee me now in his most insinuating manner Cant do it He has retired for the night replied Hcstor You tay with us This is the chance of your life You are a promoter are you not Yes I thought so Well you are in luck On this yacht are six of the richest men In the world ou can promote any old thing with busInesslDont let them stand you off ou will have lots of time I see you paveyou You certainly ate in luck Bob show Mr Vincent to stateroom eight I guess Im in for it Mr Hestor butcltl will find me game he said suppoimSc v of gentlemen To Be Continued Dullness on Social Llnei This is the way a business trans ction was conducted along social lines by two young women Introduced by a common friend eImsaid the amateur auctioneer now do I know how much my old stuff ought to bring Probably shell bate it and feel she must take it I ortthe sake of politeness cheatingberOr how can I let her know that 1 couldnt sleep 0 nights with such furniture In the roomaAfter the meeting the businesswomen again reported to their common friend I feel simply ashamed said the amateur auctioneer She bought so much and paid such a lot I feel that I ought to return some of the moneyYour friend and I had such a dif flculty said the amateur bidder even In mentioning figures At the first mention of anything numerical n my part she seemed so relieved I Ish youd make sure that she didnt sell any of the pieces by mistake for then ofQl1eldsen them rcund1 t ti J r Sr12 ff t r r i I t VfSj 4 ir I Ifl MAN IN PRISON beeSet at Liberty Sin nrnrn Illilroim Wnlla Around the Soul hh Dili IfHim t nn ItrenkcrDOIVII SPIIIIOU Itr lllcli rny unit Hyii Irrnviicr Copyright hy A N Kellogg News paper Co IcuClnruM Mardi 8 115- 13TexLIf the Son ilicrvfore shall make yon Irce ye shall be lite Indeed John i3t irotlrise re us as vc speak of prison aud- I behind these strong walls and burred windows in the dingy hare cell with its low hard bunk and its single wooden chair we find the despond ut desperate hopeless man Tin Ian in Irison ah what a sad sail ght Dead to the world shut into living tomb the narrow confines of prison walls his world the atillnth dark cell his home o- hhatw n miserable distressing condi tion This is the picture you draw as we speak to you of the Man in Prison and it is thin picture ofacondition atluleli the rye of man may itold in any state or large city of is laud Hilt nil prisons flEe not i IIIIr wood stone neil iron by the ned of man nnd all prisoners aro not found locked in narrow irlls Let the eye of the soul look in the turn on which Cod points and it will hs 011 priMMi walls rising which an more awful than any which stair or nation trail rear antI lirliincl uliith th teredrspair more blackness and suffering than were ever able In crowd into a n tinluilit prison Sin has biiitdcd ails over which the soul cannot iunh it has roofed over those walls s0 that Heaven is shut out it has bolted till great iron gates anil given Satan the lilY The Man in Prison whom we wish III talk about is Un man whose soul is shut vilhin the prisonhousi of sin and whom only leMis Christ ruth set free Our lest is Christs twit words He had just been in conversation with the Jews who had been boasting that they were Abrahams scid ami ail never been in bondage to any man Ilk reply was Verily verily I say unto you Whosoever roinniit t ethi sin ii the servant bond slave of sin And tlun He went on o declare that if the Son shall make tl free ye shall be free indeed the prophet in funtelling the liming of Christ plainly said that the Lord was to anoint Him at His coining to proclaim liberty to the captives and the opening of tin rison to them that are bound And tis svovdif Isaiah lesus used as His text when he formally began His ministry and He said This day is this Scripture fulfilled in your lars And then lie set to work breaking down prison walls and selling cap prislIlIlnnd the prisoners wen set ill liberty The devilpossessed uteri unfrlttrcd from their erne bondage Kyes shut i Iho lark dungeon of blindness ere brought out to rejoice in tho ght Limbs nnd bodies shackled by fnrmily nnd disease were deliv rctl from the distress and limita tions which bound them Dead bod Ics hearth the authoritative summons which split the prisonhonseof death nnd they canto forth to new lift mill liberty Dead souls buried under lle awful weight of sin which was crush ing them into hell heard tlwllrds Thy sins arc forgiven Ihee and tho mountain load of iniquity was swept nway forever And llien they felt the throb of eternal life surging through ue soul he lati iiieni PgoiI AnlflijsinjmneTclnt Is with tis today mighty to deliver tho soul ffi the prisoiihonso of sin Wi wish to use our text to throw light upon a prison scene at Philippi as described in the sixteenth chaptri of Acts And in turn we wish to il lmiminat our text by the wonderful eiits which made it a memorable giit to Paul omit Silus and to the j t 1orcritimpitatitlocked tight nod the storks and chains of the prisoners held fast and hard till baud of Cod reached out a ml shook the bolls from their UIlid swung back the doors on their hingls1- and broke asunder the chains of the prisoners Hut that was only the beginning of Joils deliverances flint lIt for the prison walls of sin XVhich shut in the jailors hard hen rto Itegattthe prescitee of tho nighty Deliverer nd ere the morning light broke over the city the light of lisus presence broke into his soul jfiid he was re iicing in till literal fulfillment and t ruth of our text for Jesus Christ the S itonfree indeed A Puyle Picture Let MS briefly Itcljscene at Philippi and underneath we will write Kind the Man in Prison P iiaulsmelling hole called the inner prison Their feet are fast in the stocks their hands are shackled their backs an bleeding Outside the bolted and barred doors in his comfort a ble quarters free to go where lie pleased and when he leased was the jailer Find the Man i n Prison Ah you say thats easy Paul was the Man in Prison Silas was the Man in Prison H needs but a glance t loagain What is that we liens Strange lint instead of curlings and abusive language and gToans nnd cries of pain hjcausc of the anguish suffered which gdiierally come front prison cells there rines on the midnight air the soft sweet song of praise It reaches the tars of the other prisoners in the outer prison It cleaves the night air and mounting on the starry heights reach rassin Pauls pleading voice is heard akiiirr God to forgive and nvp the jailer who has so cruelly dealt with him Then Silas follows Without in jailers quarters the sound of heavy breathing is heard The jailer Is in deep and comfortable sleep All is secure The prisoners are safe Hut sud denly the mighty angels of God press out from the battlements of Heaven nd step to earth and it trembles and shakes under their trend The jailer sleepfeelstremblinglike 13loorwhiciibolted stands wide open lIe bears the chains as they fall clanking to the floor In mad despair he seizes his sword and would have killed himself supposing that the prisoners had fled Within that inner prison Paul stands freed from his fetters The hand of Gods iivwer hat pressed open the doors of lint priiiQ as though they had been 11 6v Ff 11nu t i made of paper and the bolts land been hut pencil marks ills fingers have cut the Iron bands as though they hud gritshollow of that hand which was tn yecacalmly and digniliedly in his place Ufl ies to the jailer to do himself iii harm for they lire all there And we will let the jailer tell who the Man in Prison is ills cry What must I do tu be siaedSitOtiS that he has itiglit a new glimpse of himself Ht prisonhollseall oxer the black walls of his hard heart III the anguish of his despair he inIprison who wants to get out Every Mtul is in prison who has not been set budCIIpeople all over this land all over the world are in prison and do not realize it will nut believe it Like the jailer at Philippi they sleep in the comfort of their own selfconfidence and believe that they are safe anil free Hilt the earthquake of Cods judgment is com ing as it came there that night at Phil ippi Cod grant that you my friend if you arc in the prison house of sin may wake up to a realization of your lost condition before it is too late for the Deliverer to reach your side and make you free We cannot argue and Ihnw Jnll I3 ltiiinii reason that yui arc in prison Paul did not convince the jailer that he was the Man in Iris on God by the convicting power of Mis Holy Spirit did that Paul might have spent tilt that night in forcible jaillrtlmtIho iiinriiing sun would have SITU him curnIIlItwasIrnillg cditAnd as shun US he rculied that he helpItsrordllilIlIeeheart to its real condition and pre vents the lips from uttering the cry What must I tie to be saved he uses snfei1mnenlltinhristhll holding up before your eyes which is making you blind lo the fact hatyon are a hopeless helpless prisoner in Satans death lt1I1 Let Sods Word convince your heart that all have lnrJflillllshall die that there is salvation in none other than in Jesus Christ and CreeJCPhilippipreachogr ChristIcoining she was a ghewaswas benevolent and kind to those IrhOllleIaresc- of IIpllnIlIr IItlmtrsIIlIthrealand save her All her virtues and her devotions to her home were not ittlitdwtllingllallchurch tncinhet 41ip or religious serv ofTYllindrsnnlilt round j 1I1 OttoI 3 liOuling it with all your virtues tl virtues of yoitr wife or sisur tuotlier be titer cuer so many aiul eel so rare Yoti are in prison as was Lydia unless Christ has shaken d gownwounded feet and unless ills nail pierced hands have struck the shack les from your fettered limb- sPnisottlbIngIn in prison implies wron ti Sfing citizen has no fear of the lod- Il The soul is in prison because it nlltIllIllpattielllasoever shall keep thin whole law and y tyfplaee1illlowed his liberty until ho has com mitted arson burglary and all the other crimes in tInt category One broken law is sufficient to land th offender behind the prison liars One sin blot on the soul is sufficient to shut it out of Heaven Being in prison means punishment t is the aim of government to make t he punishment lit the crime Cer t inalitprillonhUllfeing its eternal destruction God said In the day that thou eatest thereof thou shall surely tile The wages of sin is death The soul that sin i attCisin and that penalty death soul death Being in prison means disgrace Ah how the prison record of a man fol ows him all his days How il lasts his character and his life Ah how keenly his funnily and his friends feel the disgrace The soul in the prison house of sin is In disgrace He is afraid to meet God lIe slinks oil into the dark places Christ de clared Men love darkness rather than light because their deeds are evil And the soul in prison while it is clinging willfully to sin never wants to meet God It is in disgrace rind it knows it llardsbipThehard Oh what hardships sin in tlicts It throws a man out of a job It puts rags on his back It robs him of home and family nnd friends It wrecks happiness It destroys his peace of mind Ah the hardest roughest deadliest road to travel is the broad smooth road of isinthe soul gets fairly on the toboggan slide to hell and then it is the mot dangerous road the one most filled with hardships Being In prison means limitation The world of the prisoner is bounded by the four blank tone walls He seldom if eter gets even a glimpse of the blue of heaven What a contracted sphere he moves in The l animitationhouse oftin is as great or ever greater The unsaved soul is limited in time in attainments wealth and in friendships It Is limited in time be hL 7 L z cause the few years of this life are IthreJthassand it has no hope to IL et Ternityars of selfish pleasure nndself eking It is limited in attain Im eats because nil heights of learn ling of cultrc and refinement must ISlie scaled during this life and then nil is laid a Way in till grave of an eternnl death The south saved by Christ Jesus grows In attainments to the point where death and the grave arc swallowed up in victory and then Croughoutwealth because it may heap the shin g gold about it on every hand hut cannot carry one grain of it to the other side of the grave but he who lays up treasure in Heaven finds his wealth after death and has an eter nity in which to enjoy all the richca in Christ Jesus And it is limited in friendships because it may only win them during the years of time and here friends fail friends desert us hut the saved man finds his heart being knit together with those of like faith with himself and he look forward to the unlimited friendships of Heaven of meeting friends and mcetiziglrltu si pIItitinto the awfulness of your position O unsaved soul und let Jesus set you free Three questions spring to the lips on meeting the Man in Prison Hotv came he in prison How may ho gain his freedom What will he nutdnlIknow how the soul gets into thr prison house of sin Sin forges the chain sin builds the wall sin locks and bolts the door How May He kiln lila Freedom Xot by anything he himself can do Sins prison house never yet was broken out of by the efforts of the one imprisoned within Tails which man builds are not always aide to w li prisouihichhuman efforts to break and destroys is the rock Gibraltar to the at tacks of the most powerful fleets of the wxirld Jesus only Is able to do- verli from this prison but if lIe shall make you free ye shall be free indeed Thin Man in Prison at Philoippi iis he realized his predicament cried What must I do to be saved Gospelill011 the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shall he saved If you ever want tomfeel the prison walls of your soul go tumbling to the ground you must turn your eyes in the direction of the duly One who can deliver you must let the only begotten Son of God set you free then shall you be free ic deed What Will He Do When He Gets Out Studyilmi jiiiii kiici nc uuivi va Alum ma prison house Oh what a changed man The hard heart which knew no feeling before and could thrust bleeding and defenseless men into the inner prison now feels tho throb ofbtenderness which flows from the Sa viours wounded hands which havj just set him free and lie takes Paul and Silas from their prison He tenderly washes the blood from the cruel cuts on heir backs and pours in the healing oil lie sets meat be fore the men who hind been shut in prison without food or IJrinknel instead of the profane Toni mouth ripping out great oaths at the prls oners under lila charge we find him rljmcill in his newfound liberty- oN doubt about his conversion No possibility of mistaking the genuine ness of his religion When one- elitereil is from the prison house of sin it ways brings twinges ii fe fioi Word declare tit1 nrtj nerv iiur in Ch old tiling ii I sway ali flnn are become new The Man in Prison lost and undone The Man out of Prison saved anti recreated Oh how lorious My friend are you in prison Jesus waits to set you free Will you not let Him AN ABUSED WORD SeirSncrlflcc a Wortl Thnt In Sometime Ierverled or 3IU- nnilerntood Selfsacrifice is a plain word which it ought not to be possible to pervert or misunderstand Nevertheless the mis take is often made of applying it to an effort to exalt and cultivate ones own soulwhich is but a subtle form of self ishness after all The wellknown nurse Mrs Terton in her delightful little book Lights and Shadows in a Hospital tells of her troubles in train ing various probationers and says emphatically Sonic haul a most exalted idea of leading a life of selfsacrifice and so took up nursing and these werenlmost too heavy n burden for any unfortun ate Sister to endure I used to give vent to my feelings by saying Well may I ever be preserved from being nursed by anybody who does it- sa an act of selfdenial iO Sister IJut what can be higher than selfsacrifice Nothing perhaps I used to reply but it must be infinitely pleasanterfor patients to feel that whoever is nurs ing them is feeling n cheerful satisfac l ion in doing them good than that Itis meritorious to perform an unpleasant duty There are volumes of wisdom in these plain practical words soys Well spring Selfsncrifice is never the real thing until self is forgotten clean and clear in loving thought for others So long as a thought of self enters into it- t is a mixed motive not a singlemind ed one When we are noticing our own selfdenialit is not selfdenial but self approvnl When we do a service no matter how hard for another with the thought of our own sacrifice up permost instead of the thought of the soul we are doing it for wearc not un selfish though we may believe so Selfforgetting sympathy for others selfeffacing eagerness to help others these are the signs of that true self sacrifice that follows in the footsteps of Christ God Changes Sot Ye may yourself ebb and flow rise and fall wax and wane but your Lord is this day as He was yesterday and s your comfort that your salvation is not rolled upon wheels of your own making neither have ye to do with a Christ of your own shaping Samuel Rutherford Many Trouble Many of our troubles are God dragging us and they would end if we would stand upon our feet and go whither lie would have usII W B eecheraXone Are FornkentThe feeling of forsakenness Is no proof of being fonaKen F W 11gbC ertton yt 0 t9 PRESIDENT FULLER With Loss of Hearing Smell and Sight horn the Ravages of Catarrh Pcruna Cured Him A GREAT many remedies to J catarrha to time such as sprays snuffs creams and ther local applications but as a rule the medical profession has little or no e catarrhItto be Incurable It therefore created a great sensa on in medical circles when lr Hart an announced that he hind devised a compound which would cure catarrh permanently The remedy was named Peruna and in a short time became known to thou sands of catarrh sufferers north south east and west- Letters testifying to the fact that Pe runa is a radical cure forcatarrh began to pour in from all directions Thousands of such letters are on file In the ofliceof The Peruna Medicine Co Itev E Stubenvoll Pella Wis writes I feel obliged to extend you my personal thanks for my complete restoration All through the winter uffered from throat and lung trouble ut recovered roy entire health by the- seu of your excellent remedy Peruna Tho following from a prom inent gentleman of Los Angeles is a c pointMr Fuller President of the Jewelers Association of Los Angeles Cal has been in business in that city for seventeen years outof the that he has been engaged In business Concerning his experience with Peruna e says 5r IO9r5 BeardleasBarlayS rl eIIevriirS 20th Century oate mrelproduclogtoo The US AeVeparttnai but That P rm 2 treij WondrtUiTbriety- r WheatOratnt for arid dry hot yields U bat tier aero In IrodnC4 by US ivpu 1tawondr food on earth bItI Brain and toni inagnincent a7 acre That Pay I hog and catue at aeoitotbutloklb UrTrlomlr proIiCcdo wiil Tory where That PayS Bromus Inerml this and Billion Dollar Qnu are tbe two incas wonderful of to produceOiS 00 01 1 D4 Iota toOfpUiurjbetldei per aero Orowa wberoTer ion la toond Potatoes to get aicaritwith our rMcatalocror ito jotag roi Sc Our Hw tmprvc hiah Oradf tflWrflifl VaaihIl wMi prlen t wi aid rnUTKUL 0 FREE TO Antiseptic mall a trial with book or enough to convince nil ci urmale Cut postal card will do xiu i tiucx Cgi5jbJAOitG au 4y r r i I OFTHEtJ1WELES ASSOCIATION r111 Feel Like Man Again 1vIr1w Fuller I was troubled with catarrh of the head for many years It affected my sense of smell hearing and sight I spent lots of money with doctors and the use of local applications to relieve me but to no purpose until my alien tion was called to the wonderfuleffects of Pcruaa must say that met with most surprising and results Peruna took hold of the complaint and drove It entirely out of my system Although well along toward the allotted span of mans life I am pleased as a child over the results and feel like a young man agaaJ IV Such letters as the above are not used for publication except by the written permission of the writer A pamphlet filled with sucbIetters will bo sent to any address free This book should be read byall who doubt the curability ofoatarrh If you do not recelvepromptand sat isfactory results from the use of Pe runa write at once to Dr Hartman giv lug a full statement of your case and lie will be pleased to give you his aalrju- able advice gratis f Address Dr Hnrtman President of The IJnrtrnnn Sanitarium Columbus O WITH NERVES UNSTRUNG AND HEADS THAT ACHE wIsE WOMEN MO ZER TAKEII TRIAL BOTTLE 1O CENTS presideylilding nigaNYiJlbiiper cornr Kill GpeltrOrtttatt Rape5na5ltpooiblto 26Oandpabamir peetIOuanCloverSpolti johnA5alzer5egdColAwrsfJ ONE DEI1LR ICANTSleyctaAll AddraSEARS WOMEN IcieanslngpackageI Isnotatiny Womenall ithasiilS wonderfultremoveartar 50ent a- Young satisfactory FullerS 1FIR CtN ROuTE ffl I Via Dubuque Waterloo and Albert Lea Fast VestibuleNight train with through Sleeping Car BuffetLibrary Car and Free Reclining Chair Car Dining Car Service en route Tickets of agents ol I C R R and connecting linesSP 1 IxCI cartridges and shot shells are made in the largest and best equipped ammunition factory in the world I AMMUNITION U M C make is now Iot by shooters asIworlds standard for well in any gun Ishoots dealer sells it Union Metallic Cartridge Co Bridgeport Conn 1r uTO HOMESEEKE GOOD FARMS with productive soils can be i cured on the Nashville Chatta noogaA StI Louis Railway in Tcnnrpp 5hr5w Aiham IeortL PRICES REASONABLu climate I I uevrrverycold or very hot Alt I marketable crops grown and beLier I prices than the North Itainfallanipie I and well distributed CORIESPONDENCE with Rut Agents In the North Invited Por pamphlets write to I Li F SMITh Traffic Manager TC4s- NASIIVILIC i 2 4 5 ji- 4 t b 4 t I i 1IjC i pI tIJ ft bjL O u STATE NEWS ITEMS 4 1 IJ b 1 g t A FARMERS DEEDS Shot His Daughter and Mrs Culver Then Committed Suicide Henderson Ky March GA1In Melton a well to do farmer who fa tally wounded his daughter and shot c1l3 John Culver committed suicide Thursday In a harn when ho found the building surrounded by bloodhounds which had been sent In pursuit of him Melton Wednesday night went to the home of John Culver where his step oldlwas spending the night Culver was away from the house Mellon enter cd and seeing his daughter drew arc volver and fired two shots Mrs Culver ran Into tho room nail 4 Melton fired tho ball passing through her lungs Melton went to the homo I of Dock Latta two miles away where J he remained all night Early Thurs day morning ho went home and Mor Ranfleld bloodhounds traikd him to a barn When lIe heart them coming he swallowed a large amount of paris green and then shot himself through lthehead falling dead It is said he tried to hang his divorced wife and It Is believed ho returned to Union to 4 Kill his wife and this is thought the reason ho did not suicide when ho shot tho girl d THREE BOYS SHOT 1 They Were Wounded as They Were Crossing Suspension Bridge Covlngton KyMarch 5Three Covington lads were shot Wednesday afternoon ns they were crossing tho suspension bridge by a man who stood on a wharfboat alongside the Ohio t shore 200 feet away and below them T Two of the boys were taker to tho Thee4Eboys are James Pence of Pleasant street Covington a cousin Yor Police Judge Cecil Pence of Coy 1 i ington Lawrence McManus IS a tin 4 ner of 1023 Bankllck street Coving t7 ton and John England 17 a laborer of 4C Berry street Covington The a shooting was a most unusual one The lads were the victims GOOSOICollinsit is said shot at the crowds of pedes trians crossing the bridge on their i way home because he thought some himbpersons passing on the bridge had narrow escapes from being Injur ed by the shots z LIFE SENTENCE AFFIRMED Insanity Must Be Proved In Order to f Acquit One of Crime Franlifort Ky March uThe court of appeals Wednesday affirmed the life sentence given James Wright for UIJ murder of Thomas Butler pleaded insanity and a family Wigllj cxhIUtcil in court showing that number of his ancestors were and dots The court held that heredi a tary Insanity was not necessarily lie JtuaJ Insanity and that insanity must be clearly proved and not supposed in order to acquit one of a crime Match Factory For Newport 4Newport Ky March 6This city Is to have a parlor match manufac tory Adoal has been closed for a location on the Licking river bank fsouth of the Newport rolling mill Messrs J A and A L Andrews own It ers of the Newport rolling mill Jos 4 B AndrewSjjriTH E Treble Sonin law of J A Andrews and J FEW lag of Oaro the Incorpora 1 tors il I S Kentuckys War Claim t Frankfort Ky March 7Coy Bcckhain Friday received and depos ited for collection checks aggregating 51323993 paid by the United States Kentuckyate sinking fund commission to mQet Mon day next when a proposition will ba made to purchase all the outstanding bonds of the state amounting to Jl t1 000000 fS t Alleged Murder Case Frankfort Ky larch7The Inter state commerce commission Friday no q tified the attorney general that they a would sit to hear further inquiry In the ofickY vs Coast Co in the alleged Louisville Nash ville merger In New York on March 3 27 It Is understood here fhat John W Gates will be summoned Adoptedf 5TheJockey club has accepted the name Wv Thurtderation for Rl B Hayes 2year i old bay colt by Magian out of Thun i der Cloud she by Imp Thunderstorm 4 out of Ballet Aged Hotel Man Dead f Maysvllle Ky March William si 3 cD Perkins proprietor of the only ho tel In Tollesboro near here died 1 h Thursday morning aged 87 lie was I the father of Hon Vincent H Perkins of Chicago and William B Perkins b of Keokuk la Thrown From a Horse Montlcello Ky MarchG floe Hayes Poison a young farmer was thrown from a wild horse which he was attempting to break and injuries ik were sustained which will probably result fatally Set Herself on Fire Louisville Ky March 5tulleu Jr Greer colored attempted suicide by saturating her clothing with kerosene ettn fire to IL When till Lflames started she screamed for aid and neighborscame to th6 rescue She will probably die i i4 c Dry Goods Store Burned c Clinton Ky March 5Flre de- e stroy d the large dry goods store of Moore Johnson of this city Tho Vpss Is estimated at 8000 almost en 12 Itlrely covered by Insurance The In surance on the building was 1600 Capt Eqward Thompson Dead Frankfort Ky March 5Capt Ed Thompson soldier historian and blc ofticial of Kentucky died Well esday night after a brIer Illness At J be time of his death he was compil 1 ing for the state Its confederate war records Attempt to Assassinate a Policeman Hopklnsvllle Ky March 5An at t emPt was made by a white man and a to assassinate Policeman W H icixon Tuesday nIght Three khots vere fired at him from ambush v HJe 10 WM Wit driving yrjti big vflft 3 f1 Jj t rs s rlf1 f1J4 4 yj y J L i 9i ir L it tIf tjoIt VL ft 1 f6 GOV BECKHAM Judge Cantrill Decides That He Is Eligible For ReElection Versailles Ky March 7Judge Cantrill in tht Wood Cord circuit court Friday afternoon overruled the demurrer of State Democratic Chairman Allio Young to tho petition of GOY J C W Bockham for a mandamus to compel Young and tho democratic committee to place his name on tho ballot to bo voted at the democratic state primary on May 9 as a candi late for governor Young had re fused to placo Gov llccUhama nama on the ballot because of tho question raised as to lila eligibility The attorneys for the defendant im mediately entered exceptions antI an appeal to tho court of appeals The purpose of the procecduro Is to establish Gov Beckhams eligibility to succeed himself as governor LONG AND SHORT HAUL Case of Commonwealth Against the C O Railway Co Frankfort Try March CIn this case of tho commonwealth against tho Chesapeake Ohio Railway Co for the long and short haul statute the alleged violation of the provisions of the long and short haul statute the court of appeals Thursday held that where the shipment passes over two or more lines of different carriers It Is not embraced by the terms of the statute when regarded in connection with other carriers shipments locally over its own line alone that to make an indictment good the words of tho statute Over tIm same line are essential River Rising at Louisville Louisville Ky March CTho Ohio river is still coming up rapidly here a rise of two feet having been re ported within tho past 21 hours A stage of 262 in the canal nail 241 on tho falls was registered Thursday night but unless heavy rains occur it Is not expected that tho danger line 28 feet in tho canal will bo reached No damage has been done Looks Like Silver Mt Sterling Ky March 7Jnmei Phelps of Menifee struck a vein of oro on his farm on the waters of Blair creek which he expects will make him rich The ore resembles sliver and Phelps will have it examined by an assaylst Thero is considerable ox cJtement In time neighborhood over the find The vein is very thick Steeple Jack Dead Louisville Ky March 7 Goorga- Kctchcm a noted steeple climber died at the city hospital Friday night of rheumatism He lived in Louisville 115 years Ho worked on steeples In Cincinnati Pittsburg and the cast Ho GreeceS was 45 years old and a native of Flood and Storm at Owensboro Owensboro Ky March 7The riv er Is still rising and at 6 oclock Fri day night was within two and a halt feet of the 1SS4 rise All boats are delayed It rained all day and small streams are rising rapidly A high wind did untold damage Friday night Two Men Sentenred Lexington Ky March 7Thornton Howard was sentenced to serve 12 years for manslaughter He shot and killed Ike Green On his own plea of guilty to the charge of forgery 11 M Saxton was sentenced to serve a term of rive jpears Accidentally Shot Pineville Ky March 7Doyd Carne1 morningIbin with a pistol which had evidently fallen and been discharged lying on the inside of the bini Up For Life IGoes Ky March 5The of Dangerfield Ware and Journey Ware brothers charged with the murder of John tandy sentenced Dangerfield for life and acquit ted Journey Jim Williams and the other Wares are now on trial New Postmaster in Charge Pineville Ky March 5John M qprcon superseded Cept William Bingham as postmaster of Pineville and Hiram Fee superseded Charles Gragg as assistant Mr Gragg has accepted a postlon with Bingham Co Struck a Gusher Monticello Ky MarchThe Rlv erton Oil Co brought in a well Wed nesday In the Cooper field on tJe farm of Miller brothers and Cooper An eightInch stream of oil is gushing to the root of the derrick Fine and Imprisonment Lexington Ky March 7George Miller was fined 500 and given one year In the penitentiary hero Thurs day for setting up a faro bank hero This Is the first conviction Under the new gambling law- Magazine Blew Up Valley View Ky March 7Frlday afternoon the magazine at LockNo 9 blew up killing a 14yearold boy named Curry It Is supposed the boy Ignited the powder with a lighted match Rural Delivery In Fulton Fulton Ky March GFree deliv cry which was to have started March 2 but was delayed on account of the nonreceipt of mall boxes began Thursday morning The route is 23 miles long and about 350 Inhabitants are served Golden Wedding Celebrated Winchester Ky March CJ W Parrish and wife celebrated their gol den wedding haying been married 50 years Elder JW Harding and wife who reside here were married in the same room more than G9 years ago New Rural Routes Bowling Oreen Ky March 5Warren county has been promsed two ad ditional free rural mail routes They will run out of Oakland beginning April The others will be establish ed later making eight free routes In the county Will Hold Reunion In Lexington Frankfort March 5The executive committee of the Kentucky Re union association B P O Ellis in scsslojl here pWednesuay arranged to hold tttefrannual reunion this year at Ie1Jp ton June lj fUJJ7 rj T 0 l f or 1 s FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS Second Session Washington March ISenaleTho senate Monday passed the general de ficiency bill after four hours consid oration and after It had been amend ed In several particulars An amend ment by Mr Rawlins calling for an appropriation of 50000000 to further the work of irrigating the arid lands furnished material for considerable discussion TIle amendments was rejected on a point of order Washington March 4SenateThe final defeat of the Aldrich financial bill was witnessed in the senate Tuesday when It was displaced by the Philippine tariff bill Mr Aldrich ex plained in detail his measure and said that a small number of men in the senate had deliberately with malice aforethought murdered It One of the features of the session was the fact that for the first tlrao in two years Delaware was represented in the senate J Frank Alleo and J Helsler Ball elected for the long and short terms respectively appeared in tho senate and were sworn In by Pres ident Pro Tern Frye Tho senate for the first time In four years had Its full membership of 90 The senate at oclock took a recess until S oclock Tuesday evening Wednesday at 140 a m the senate agreed to tho con ference report on the naval bill and Mr Halo Immediately followed it up with the conference report on the general deficiency bill which was later concurred in- houseTuesday was almost a repetition of Monday In the house Slow ly but surely through tho operation of ceaseless roll calls tho conference reports to complete the necessary legis lation wero ground out and when the house at 7 oclock recessed until 10 oclock Tuesday night only two con ference reports on appropriation bills were still undisposed ofthe general deficiency and the naval Tho democratic opposition did not abate and will be continued until congress expires at noon March 4 Washington Mardi 5Tile fifty seventh congress ended by statute of limitation Wednesday at noon The senate was called to order at 10 oclock for the last sitting of the fifty seventh congress but business did not begin until some time later The de lay was due to the absence of a quorum and to the fact that Mr Cockrell insisted upon the presence of the nec essary number before taking up the work of the day Mr Allison chair man of the committee on appropria tions made a statement regarding the amount of money appropriated by the present congress as compared with tho appropriation of the fiftysixth congress The total appropriation for tho present congress ho says was Jl 551108518 as compared with 1440 4S943S for the fiftysixth congress It was a curious but necessary thing he said to make this comparison moro In detail than by a mere statement of ImportantItem appropriationnal he said accounts for nearly one half of the Increase Extraordinary Session Washington March 6In obedi proclamationthevened in extraordinary session at noon Thursday An Immense crowd ceremonyEchoesdied away when President Pro Tern Frye called the body to order and soon thereafter the senators who were reelected and those who were to take their seats for the first time with the exception of Mr Gorman who had seen long service in the sen ate were sworn In Friends and ad mirers of the senators loaded down their desks with beautiful floral trib openInged Mr Gorman Mr Cannons speech earlyWednesdayconference report on general deficien cy bill in which he charged that the legislativeof the senate fotmed the subject of some fcrved remarks by Mr Tillman and by the senate confoa Messrs Hale Allison and Teller ThfeseliatQ at 315 adjourned urilll Monday PAYMENT OF OLD CLAIMS Secretary of the Treasury Drew Sev eral Warrants Thursday Washington March GTbe secretary of the treasury Thursday drew warrants In favor of several states In payment ot old claims for money ad vanced for raising volunteers In the civil war and for interest on loans negotiated by the states for this purpose Those paid Thursday ara as oJlowsKentucky1233999 Maine 223 186 New Jersey 478832 Rhode Island 31289 Wisconsin 458677 Three Killed Ina Wreck Houston Tex March 6A South ernPacific passenger train was wreck ed at Alleyton at 1 oclock Thursday afternoon Three were killed and ten injured Wrecking trains have gone to the scene An Indian Exhibit SL Louis March 5Secretary Hitchcock has detailed Samuel M Me Gowan superintendent of the Chlloc co Indian school to arrange for an In dian exhibit at the St Louis worlds fair Foraker Sworn In Washington March 6Senator Foraker was the second man sworn In Thursday at the senates new session Hanna took him down the aisle and as the two came down arm in arm there was general applause on the floor and In the galleries A New Naval Station London March Premier Balfour announced In the house of commons Thursday that the admiralty has de cided to establish a new naval station at St Margarets Hope on the north side of the Firth of Forth Ill Treated Privates Berlin March GLieut Steffens has been sentenced by a courtmartial at Koenfpsberg to three months Im prisonment In a fortress for ill treat lag privates One hundred and elgh teen charges wero brought against Steffens EscapeFultonnal Insane patients at the hospital for the Insano made a desperate attempt to elude tho keepers Thursday and four escaped No trace of them has been found The Reciprocity Treaty Havana March 5The report on the reciprocity treaty with the United States was taken up by the senate and passed until Friday after an animated debate occasioned by efforts at filibus tering by the tow opponents of the treaty v Resignation Accepted Annapolis Md Jtfarch 5The res- Ignation of Midshipman Robert If Pearson of Concord K H whose Jaw was brokcn iiSja fistfight with an up nayalacadem7JI J i cflJ sa jr ii ITALIANS DROWNED Seventeen Lost Their Lives by the Capsizing of a Ferry Boar Many of the More Than 1000 Men Em ployed on the Works Became PanicStricken and Have Left Their Jobs Glens Fails N Y March ISCenteen men were drowned by the cap sizing of a ferry boat used by work men at Spier Falls on the Hudson river More than one thousand mm are employed In tho construction of tho power dam of the Hudson River Power Co The laborers and many of the masons arc Italians who live in shanties on the north side of the river Below the work is a ferry The boat is a scowshaped affair 30 feet long anti 13 feet wide and Is operated by means of cables It Is large enough to carry a heavily loaded team and aa many as 150 men have been taken across nt one time When 80 feet from shore the water splashed against tho rail and an Italian boy who had fallen over the previous day seized one of tho tackle ropes which ran from the overhead cable to tho stern of the boat Some of the men started toward him and instantly the boat ca reened and filled with water Tho Hudson swollen by the freshet bore 10 of the struggling men down tho streamThe others succeeded in catching hold of the boat which had righted and they clung there until pulled ashore Teams were Quickly harness ed and loaded with skilled logdrivers and sent down along the river points where the bodies would be likely to landOnly two more bodies of the victims of the Spier Falls tragedy have been recovered Two of the 16 men not accounted for were found Sunday making the number of dead and miss ing at 17 Many ef the Italians cm ployed on the works have left their jobs and a stampede Is feared WORK DONE BY THE HOUSE Number of Bills and Resolutions In troduced and Passed Washington March 9 Alexander McDowell clerk of the house of repre sentatives Sunday made public an of tIdal compilation made by Tally Clerk Wakcfleld showing the work dono by tho house during the 57th congress It shows that the longest day of the session lasted with recesses 144 hours during which 80 roll calls were taken The number of bills and reso lutions introduced in tho house during tho two sessions of the congress was 18420 on which reports wero made on 2810 bills and resolutions The senate sent to the house 1639 senate bIlls and resolutions The house dis posed of 2418 of the measures origi nating with it and of 1012 of the senate bills anti resolutions making it a total of 3430 bills and resolutions acted on It left on its calendar 405 house and 118 senate bills and resolu tions Fifteen of the members of the house died during the congress seven resigned and Messrs Rhea of Ken tucky and Butler of Missouri were unseated the latter twice FROM NERVOUS EXHAUSTION Negro Indicted For Murders of Agnes McPhee and Clara Morton Dead Cambridge MassA March 9Geo- L O Perry the Negfolad Indicted for the murders of ee at Som ervllle rnd CiaE ton at WaVerly commonlVjofa Jg as the Jack tho Slugge r cases died at tho Cambridge exhaustionIresulted indirectly from worry which restoraIwhich the fever left him Headquarters Will Remain In Chicago Richmond Ind March IThe na tional headquarters of the endowment rank of the Knights of Pythias will remain In Chicago Hon C E Shively supreme vice chancellor made this an nouncement Sunday There was an effort to make a change either to In dianapolis Detroit or Columbus O Merriam Tenders His Resignation Washington March 9 William It Merriam director of the census and former governor of Minnesota tender ed his resignation to President Roosevelt The resignation Is to take effect on May 15 He will remove to New York to accept the vice presidency ot- a mercantile agency- Fltzsirnmons and OBrien Plttsburg Pa March 9Dob Fltz Simmons and Philadelphia Jack OBrien met in this city and drew up articles of agreement for a fight to take place in June or July at somo point on the Pacific Favors An Irish Republic New York March IJudge ONeill Ryanof St Louis expressed himself In favor of the establishment of an Irish republic by an appeal to arms Sunday night at a mass meeting in celebration of the 125th birthday of Robert Emmet Gen Booth Sailed For Europe New York March 9Gen William Booth founder and head of the Salvation Army sailed for England Satur day on the Campania Owing to the injury to his knee there was no demon stration by the local corps A Cabinet Crisis Threatened Madrid March 9The Heraldo states that a serious cabinet crisis la threatened because of Finance Minis ter Vlllaverdes determined refusal to consent to a great increase in the es timates as Insisted on by his cal leagues Minister of War Resigns Sofia March 9Maj Gen Paprl koff has sent in his resignation as min- Ister of war because his colleagues rejected his demand for a credit of 1600000 for tho purchase of war ma terial Killed His Wife Chester Pa March 9Maud Jones colored was shot dead by her hus band George alias Kid Jones a pugilist Jealousy was the cause of tho murder Jones tried to escape but was captured a few minutes after com mitting the crime Violent Volcano Eruptions Colima Max March 9The vol cano erupted violently at 710 Sun day morning There was a slight over flow of lava on the eastern side of tho mountain accompanied by gybterran eaQ Ic1 lJ J iJ Io I tia n PROSPERITY IN CANADA Time Former In Wentern Cnnnda Achieve Wonderful Succeaa One of the first things that thee man who wishes to change his resi dence endeavors to find out is where he may go and muvccd It need lie a matter of little doubt or indccisinn now Diiringthcpast four or five yrnrs the development of Western Cinidi has been rapid and the conditions of life there so widely lmownlIalllll wards of 100000 America hav taken up their homos there mul till experience of these people is that they lire thoroughly satisfied wjth their choice of home The methods of farming there are similar to those adopted in the United States hut the operations are sim pler the yield of grain greater and the profits more satisfactory Itanch ing is carried on with lots of success Mixed farming is always profitable while the results in grainraising are as certain as splendid soil excellent climate nnd lots of sunlight vun give The yields of lint nothing is as satisfactory ns time experience of the fanner himself and extracts arc selected front our A good intelligent farmer named Mcnrs John Mears to be exact left Cavalier County North Dakota two years age and followed the thousands who had already gone to Can ada lie had twentyfive years ex perience in Minnesota in buying grain including flax lint in nil his experience he never saw a district so well suited to the growth of flax as Western Canada The financial results of Mr Mears operations in a single season areas follows Wheat 3000 bushels 1 hard itt 57Vicl8500 2GSO bushels 1 Northern nt 54e St 45720 oats 1750 bushels at 35e 01250 Spcltz 154 bushels at 75c 11550 Flax 324 bushels at 2 028 Total 459820 A return of more than 4500 from a little over 250 acres an average of 18 per acre is surely testimony sufficiently strong to satisfy the most incredulous as to the money to be made out of the soil of the Canadian West It is to facts like these arguments express ible nnd demonstrable in dollars and cents that the steady northward movement of American farmers is due Mr Meats is settled near Ar- cola Assa A number of Americans who have chosen Western Canada as a home had the idea that a man enjoyed less freedom in Canada but they soon found their mistake and say the laws of Canada are the most liberal in the world and such as prevent the litigation which breeds so much had feeling between people in the United States and costs them so dear in lawyers fees i The Government has established Agencies at St Paul Minn Omaha Neb Kansas City Mo Chicago Indianapolis Ind Milwaukee Wis Wansau Wis Detroit Sault Sic Marie and Marquette Mich To ledo Ohio Wntertown S Dakota Grand Forks X Dakota and Great Falls Montana nnd the sugges tion 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 information regarding the results of mixed farming dairying ranching and grain raising anti also supply information as to freight and passenger rates etc LOOKING FOR A RIVER Senator Depcnv Conception of the lllo Grunile and What the Reality all Into a speech Senator Depew interjected an anecdote says the Washington lHt Wry early inmy boyhood said he I slobeIbvingterested in the Amazon with 3000 miles theItIsimpiii4ormea the Old Tiber RioUnmadeHut it was not my pleasure to be rear the Rio Unmade till the years ago As soon as our train reached Fl Paso I went out to view the beautiful Rio Grande to see the commerce floating upon its bosom and anddownan hour and returning anivan aged man truthrulISir aid he you have already crossed illwife1 Senator Depew Paid after that he waa forced to the conclusion that the rivers of New Mexico have their bottoms on top Practical Knowledge Wh asked the with the conundrum lvafit is the difference bttwceu an avenue and a Street Oh about f30 on a months rent replied the man who knew whereof he poke Chicago Daily News Food for Thought Miss Minnie Millions showing her din mondslhi never want for bread while I have these Mis Caustique after looking at them Or for pastry either 1 mmagmmieClev- eland Leader MARKET REPORT Cincinnati March 7 CATTLE Common 3 00 3 00 Butcher steers 4 40 4 75 CALVESExtra j 7 SO HOGS Ch packers 715 7 CO Mixed packers 7 00 3 7 30 SHEEPExtra 4 75 C 0- 0LAMBSExtra 25 C5 FLOUR Spring pat 310 4 20 WHEATNo 2 red 77Yl CORNNo2 mixed 0 4GYr OATSNo2 mixed 38a RyENo2 68t HAY Ch timothy 1C 50 17 00 PORKClear cut 19 85 LARDSteam 9 80 BUTTER Ch dairy 13 16 Choice creamery 29s APPLES Fancy 3 00 3 fill POTATOES Per bbl 50 75 TOBACCO Now 8 00 14 00 Old 600 17 Chicago FLOURWinter pat 3 3 70 WHEATNo2 red 72 74 No3rcd 71 lIlt 72 CORNNo 2 mixed 45 OATSNo 2 mixed 3- 1RyENo2 49 PORK Mess 18 12 318 25 LARDSteam 10 0710 10 New York FLOURWin starts 3 60 3 fr WHEAT No 2 red SOy CORNNo2 mixed G- OATSNo2 white 4i v RYEWestern C2 PORKFamily 19 00 19 60 LARDSteam 10 30 10 35 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red l9th 71Y CORNNo2 mixed 51 6- 1OATSNo2 white 42 a CATTLE Butchers 3 40 5 15 HOGS Western 7 65 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 79 CORNNo3 mixed 50 OATSNo 2 mixed 3DV4 PORKMes 17 00 LARD Steam 10 00 Indiana pollio WHEAT No 2 red 76 4 CORNNo2 mixed qp 45 OATSNo 2 mixed 9 SOW Vtr1IPI t y nrjmnil Emltirnncr The slender woman faced the burly bur glars deadly revolver without a ticmor of terror for as is well known the weakest are often time bravest Tell me vlierc the money is hid he huvcd mot truculently or Ill lire Never she answered determinedly and with a marked accent ther Kill me if you will will never reveal time hiding place of my hurlKindV hardearned hoard Villa ilo your worst will51mrlt1 th scoundrel battled for the ninmrnl hut nut licatcn Tell lOP itntmtior Ill drop thi lug woolly caterpillar down your ncrk- In three minutes more he ha l bagged hi hmslland was Iilting the midnight daikners in a northeasterly direction Smart Set lip Went ViMt mill IniJipcrolF- reeland Knna Mar DlimOne of the Countyisago he left his home near Clarence Y and came to Kanta Jlerehc lias thrived anti last year harvested over one hundred anti forty acres of wheat alone Hut everything has not tone well with Itlolllfor1alel1howcer tgaiu1Ill caeliewllIThlYfor Kidney Trouble They helped me right antifinallyIoilier Crowded Them The packing of human beings into a gle room in a tenement house reminds a correspondent of the experience which a woman had in the slums of Dublin She came upon a room in a tenement house in which there were live families in residence one in each corner and one in the middle of the floor The visitor expressed her astonishment to an old woman one of the corner locations and wondered how in time world thlfwere nil able to findroom Visha ma the renly we were all right till the Casey there in the middle of the flure tuk in iodersTitBits- Why Is It that all eyes are centered on time Indian Territory at the time Because of the prospects andopportmmnitiea there for the farmer and artisan cheap lands growing developmentWrllesue The Creek Nation now ready Ad dress KATY 301 Wainwright Bldg St Louis Mo Unit Unit lxperience- SheDo you know what love if deares- tlieWell 1 should smile sweetheart Ive been engaged 27 tlmesLomfort Three solid through trains daily Chicago to California Chicago Union Pacitic It NorthWestern Line A crank ii something of an experton a subject in which you are not interested Joha Willis Bacr TO WORKING GIRLS FREE MEDICAL ADVICE Every working girl who is not well is cordially invited to write to Mrs Pinlchain Lynn Mass for advice it is freely given and Tins restored thousands tohealth rUSS Paines Experience ii I want tothank you forwhat you have done for me and recommend Lydia E Pinlilmms Vegetable Compound to all girls whose work keeps them standing on tlicicfcctin the store The doctor said I must stop work he did not seem to 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SamploFltIEIt w a pit that we do not give more held adjluittrlldelightful conversationaiistPuckStop BromoQumnmrme Purclnwr So this is in improvrd type writer AgentYes if you dont know how to fncll a word there is a key that will make a blot Philadelphia Record inralllhieSamuel Ocean Grove X J Feb 17 moo Vi could get along better with the in evitable if it would make reasonable con cesionsluckThree a day Chicago to Califor CiimcagoUnion Malice and hatred are very fretting and tIfilioboDdyeing with Putnam FaJcIeto Des hiIts Cured by Kidney COMJMBUS CITY IA Feb 10 1903 I received the sample of Doans Kidney Pills and took them according to directions They did me so good I procured a 50cent box at the drug store and have been benefited I had the backache so bad I could hardly walk also had urinary troubles that caused to get up two and three times of a I all right now Long may Doans Pills prosper Yours truly C Burn Severe and long standing cases should take advantage of free Medical Advice GIUSD RATIOS 3Iicn Feb 17 1003 I received the trial of Deans Kid ney Pills promptly and can truly say they arc all and even more than recommended I suffered continually with a severe pain in the back which the pills entirely over came and I am able to work which would not have been possible but for Doans Kidney Pills Ins J A SCHLAMB 055 Buchanan St Grand Rapids Mich fl i p y n J J t- 7 1 iI f 5J t A rJ I oJ tjt i fit 2 r f t tb 4 SOLID FACTS Iru Or THE ORIGINAL OIiD LOTIItNG sc jgw SAY T I Tfl 55T I WORLDot1IYJtcIEMPHATICALLY J41J TOWIR COSOSTOMNASSuLaA Towia tOlwOii sososro l V ALLWEARE5 OU GIN DO IT TOO 1Jrrcr 1000000 people sro now buy lag goods from ua nt wholesale savlnc 15 to 40 on every iWhy11110 catalol1e U tells tho story Sende15 cents for It todayS 3 CHICAGO ThebousethattelisUtetruth THE TEST OF UOLD A Vast means4lolden Number of Kidney Suffering People Doans Pills If package much greatly me night am A package I Aching backs arc eased and loin pales overcome Swelling of tho limbs and dropsy signs vanish They correct urine with brick dust Bedi driblbKidney Pills remove calculi and graveL Relieve heart palpitation sleeplessness headache nervousness dizziness Ic FREESEALED WITH PUBLIC APPROVAL DOan PiIk Plea o send me by man Trithout charge box Doan KUlnry nils Itrla1 StateCUt j out coupon on dotted and mall to YQiterMObum eo Boilal NY Medical Advice FreeStrictlY Confldratu SPING PURIFICATIOL of tIle Skin and Blood Should Ben NOW LOOD HUMOURS Skin Humours Scalp Humours Baby Humours and every kind of Humour from Pimples toe 1Scrofula with Premature Loss of Hair may now be speedily permanently and economically cured by Cuticura Resolvent greatest of Blood and Skin Purifiers assisted by the external use of Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Soap Thousands of the worlds best people have found instant relief and speedy cure by the use of Cuticura Resolvent Ointment and Soap in the most torturing and disfiguring of ITCHING BURN ING and SCALY HUMOURS ECZEMAS RASHES ITCH INGS and INFLAMMATIONS Thousands of Tired Fretted Mothers of SkinTortureJand Disfigured Babies of all ages and conditions have certified to almost miraculous cures by the Cuticura Remedies when the best medical skill has failed to relieve much less cure Cuticura Treatment is local and constitutional complete and perfect pure sweet and wholesome Bathe the affected surfaces with Cuticura Soap and Hot Water to cleanse the skin of Crusts and Scales and Soften the Thickened Cuticle dry without hard rubbing and apply Cuticura Ointment freely to allay Itching Irritation and Inflammation and Soothe and Heal and lastly take Cuticura Resolvent to Cool and Cleanse the Blood and put every function in a state of healthy activity t To those who have suffered long and hopelessly from Humours of the Blood Skin and Scalp and who have lost faith in doctors medicines and all things human Cuticura Remedies with a rforce hardly to be realized Every hope every expectation awakened f bythem has been more than flIled More great cures of Sim tietS- crculous and Hereditary lJurs ae daily made by them t c f by all other es combined a single tioften sufficIent to cure the nost3ressing cases wI 9 et COTICtJUA REMEDIES told Tnt por bottle III fo7fCb r Cntlrora Ointment rr tot y Otlrul p work Humour of the niooJ Skin lWsi5 inmiS HIM with Illuitratloo Trttlmoil awL zmrctLou 12sand Chlwte British Depot 278 C1tattprb2ie tid U Palx Tirl AuitnlUn Depot iL Towi Co Sj ICAL CORPORATION Salt PropIetoriu Uot ii S e IIIASFRE1IItOMSSFOIyP MILLIQNSUpwards of lOOOOO Ameri S4 cans nave settled la Western Canada during t bo pasiijea i Theyare CONTENTED ffAPP i ANDrtOFEIIOV5t s and there Is room iii MILLIOxSJ WonderfulIeidmofwheatandotberqvsYc a beagruInghiiOa on We continent j ellnmtei plenty of water and fuel fOof a eiccUenl churches splendid railway HOMESTEAD LANDS of ICO Acr4r S5s a enfSend s e snare aa well as for certificate i railway rates etc Superlntenne Bratlon Ottawa CuuuUa or Iloom 0 Law Bldg Toledo 0boj t t flooin5fllwFour BidgiOdiaDPO1 Hied Canadian Government Azen I PAY SPOT CAS MILITARY BOUNTY I LAND wit All g ticQnthQIga A zwS 5I 3pa S5 4J aI l x z4tiI j rY r OWJNGVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING coIiVINGSVILLE KT l f PER YEAR iN ADVANCE r jfTHEt it i 17KyTHURSDAY MARCH 13 1903 4 l ANNOUNCEMENT krWe are authorized to announce it James L Conner I1l1n ciuuliilnte I Circuit Clork of Bath county u t Ject to the action of the Democrat lo party Election November 1OC a We arc authorized to nnnoun- or 4 1 Jason J Mark ns n candidate I Circuit Court Clerk of Until coun to the action of the IlJowocrlltJc party S t pure legisintiontr it torMEXICANf sJ i crease of pension fiom 8 to 12 ir month the bill of to Mt1ffr the President l AFTER being dry for halfIt5 century Vermont utelwet f uIi week h is not likely that any k more liquor will be drunk but the r1JtlDlhy will be better 1 TIc f torship a crumb of discomfort by lj oguin pendingin the nnmo of the Allegro Dr WDCruui tQ the Senate extra sel ion for confirnntion 4 oilidPby which the Rtti iirpubiieaii majority of the House unseated Butler of Missouri was 4 t H lawless disregard of the rights of the minority It will sometime ro I RepubJcunsTJr KEKTCCKV is richer by 1823 99935 the amount of war cla 4i paid by Uncle Sam State opinion ulolAbe used to pay State indebtedness t ri or to build a Statehouse Either f t 8would be good fs 4 SENATOR Aumtcn lost his fin an 4cialbill by filibustering Hgulnst the ii J Stntehodd bill which aggravated DemocrItB iflt filibuster ing all Legislation that diiJIn I IlJlaor some pork in it for them celve0 Aldrichs whiuiperiiig vns 1f jiof becoming to him SINCE the exposure of n scandal ous laxity of morals in higb society in nuITulothrou h tho police in TestigQtionsin the Bnrdick murder case the won who sang Put me off 4 Buffalo will prefer to get offat some other point until that city is properly fumigated 4 BEYAN says ha didnt say he 1 would lead a bolt in cate a gold bug was nominated for President lUstr1t jiSjsuch a nomination is improbable 1 Rut thcrcr is no doubt be would belt in such n ntiigency for uil b h1tr i7 rort such a conjeciureik7 r Tug Republican of 1ihebillndmittingthesouthwea tern 4 1iJ territories to Statehood defeated J i 0Ii it althourrhamoJurlty nearly anyM t 1- oSf r day of the session would have vot i iei for its passage if permitted to vote rnO Republican na hisV have favored the admission of thehi r territories f A StIlT to test Gov BeckhamV t eligibility for reelection was flied in Woodford county tobe tried bean1 fora Cantrill It was tried id rpromptly and Canirill decided 0 f Bsckbam eligible It was appeal 1jk k 4d to tho Court of Appeals so as to lf r iget a decision before the priraarj ntyJ Zyo Harnatorial aspIrantsw1 4i Iwc CORRESPONDENCE t 1Craigs t 1 w J hideatht e 1 t I7Craigf i ti Thomas McGIothin has moved ii 411 iih town or the corner and Ji In Snedejnr moved Into the house eatedbyTClmBen t rbom1 moved Into the upper end of town 3cf ulfour jI Lick and Qwinjzsvlllft pike nndn Downsbousel1fCifJ it7 a Died March 8tb Lizzie the fJ ontksold child of Josh and tJ1 of w hooptngtI kytitCraIg ooug p nr nts for y rJi1ty fY it fr leuodthelosIto f1jhfl t tt s 1l f7 ol Y t it 1 iJ r W jJLr PI h 1l1 fti 4tft ijW lli 17t1rci JiVNJ f N o t 5s slowly ln itJ it r 3i 6 f 1 f W oro Jij31 tf It P 7eJo T as 4 1 f r r r tl tkfSt jJ1S + t heir 1IttI ti t tft 4 tiJo 11 1 JioJ t f c J t JwJ tf r itb t4 J ftI r t 1 ir t t iI1I S4S I 9 gtt r eJ 1 a pt i rqj t r J r Itirtt lJJi Ylt e41qt4 i l r r Pc Ii ii r IjI 0 i rtf t1i TIf tmr i l r iiwtJ rfr1 t t ft t lJ stJjP t tt f l fIdt r 7t i IFt tf tr tfiYir i a 1 it ti t 1 ty I = J 9L1J 1ji J aIV lYIipj t 1i f ii giN if o1 J r= tat rtd i1 t fip Jt ii rfi rJhJ o t1 1 t ro J 0 Irt l ft I 7r = Jr F rqe Hill Charles Jones and Clydo Wi IIIiIElder W A Villiani9 opimd his subscription schnnl at the Ferguson schoolhouse lust 1UII1n31cG Purvis bought of W A iams a house and lot hero f lie will put ujlu blacksmith here F1 Ja1i10 acres oF of hi fariu o Licking LT cehemore heallkv Crooks nrBo rn to JOG Williams and wi airfo March HII Ron malinrtln3JOIi Oy for Illinois V A Combs and family of Lex Ceingi nu visited the family of James il0 ton Saturday and Sunday Turner Bocrift in trying to get bIT rty freight train hero Saturday night badly hurt He had tc be taken homo in a wagon A MSaturdayClark and family and Sam Bijr 17toHead of Salt Lick poX iss Cora Wright has chicklitt Burn Feb 21th to Manic npiv nnd wife n bouncing hi thy boy mother and babe doing well Whats the matter with jr sheannydead tilllargewns a three days on It Dud went on the other side to sec how near dowihadwas and found three men been chopping two weeks on tho 189er hark The boys felled this tree last May and just got it worked up Midland City The river is full of timber again Joe Alfrey returned from Illinois last week newliIOUSC Saturday Mrs W E Atchison was quite sic k Saturday better now We had tho hardost rain of the season lato Saturday afternoon J W itiRazorbuilt on it There was enough money tierlbed to hire Bro Blevins to preach at the Jones mJioolhi use evey second Sunday this year r visJosephFerry died Friday and was buried Saturday ot tho Jones graveyard The bereaved family have the syrn pnthy of tho entire couimuiuty ns Uncle Joe was well known here and was liked by everybodyof Beech Woods ThompsonStlltinn Minks Run Inst weekwoTnE SlOtrEd UecdrrTn has the mumps Jaict3 He ger is very low tIC is not cxpitied to live Little Altfbrose Bailey is better Duve Norris and family and Mrs ite Lidurduy and Sunday weJohnonday He also visited his 8 rs Lola F Crouch on White Oak Monday night John is a prosper ous uptodate busineps man and a mnny friends were glad to m seeRid Joe Henderson and Martha lie were married at Bwv R T D Zimciermans last ttSdnesday Joe is n clover industrious ng nan d the bride is one tie sans m ost charming YOU1g ladiea Siapstone Mr Stout moved from his farm near town to the Utterback farm Ht GMrpith the grip All the rest of our sick are mending slowly and hope will soon be clear of the grip DnwsonIII theheirs GingCipJaP9oncrop season They landedat Chebanse l l ofctwages jjdaughtersSlate Mlalthis place Guess he will retcernp be limddingnil nighthaThe hardest rain waterspout that hUll fallen at place fell Saturday for about one hour about i cloek p in It cleaned up ftv thfewdepottere ca w luck would go with it there wee not much rain up the creek or on on e south side of the road or it ould have taken out houses and otivery uch in places on the south side the northside it dlii ill dat lagenil It ramo in such a rush it tht G W Turloye team row cross it anti lifted the wi gon IF and took it down stream 1 half mile when it lodged t urley havinJ to jump to save f It firtt started with hail jII poured the water to jked the t Pall of eolld rtrate of il f i IfflidV l tc h lct i l 1 is J I 3 r ISlate Valley statcllihome Jn farm Thlatelyiotlieu Welcome Jim Mrs Andrew Coyle of Prickly lllIghterhck Toy finished dttlivcring his CCfl Saturday lie had nearly eight t ho u band pounds and sold III o ti a tiolSprWe had n waterspout Saturday about 530 oclock in the evening which moved everything movable of Old Skillet Fork I houhicgnant kind is prevalent in LlieJCraigs neighborhood Two ciuildi n died tho past week Look a Mlt mothers Upper Prickiy Ash Charles Reid of Carlisle was tile neighborhood last Friday rs Jennis Hamilton rl AvesoCIcrc lust week 45imsolsickle better now tirR L Stone and wife spent Ii Friday till Saturday with T J Carr and family in Montgomery IdCo John W Stone and C II visited T J Carr and family Montgomery Co from Saturday Monday werhierohere Saturday March 7Jrrhe wut rS were higher than they had heen since the 4th of July flood 8 Bothol A son of John Webb on Flat Creek Is quite sickdaCol D S Trumbo spent from Wednesday until Friday InCarl isleso Leo Cannon who has been low d a litt reporceleMisses Sallio Stone nnd Mar git ret Arrasmith are visiting Mt Sterling Charles Wilson and little grand daughter Mary Hello Baird are vie ng in Lexington heMrswithiubrl dllughterMrsited relatives here last week Mrs John English and son Hunt cr of Montgomery Co spent sever ni days with Mr Carrie Arrasmith Mrs John Hawkins is on k lis oftatsoMrs Ruth Ratliff has been t sick with morabraneous f r coWorkgr easing VThe Christian Chi will be completedand ready raliip in bjrthe4th Sunday this monthIV tiLKnobOnie Cots baby la some better Jai Goodpaster moves to ItItck March has held her own for a I her rCharlfs Wells went to Frankfort W ednesdaybyworse Sunday Farmers are getting uneasy con corning their crops Sherman Clark is weighing for the R R Iron Co James Turner Goodpaster re his place to Milt Carpenter Elizabeth Spenee went to Frank fort Friday to make her homo Died infant child of Mrs T GardnerSaturdRYof spinal men gitisMTheo was a heavy hail storm Saturday evening Saturday night WIS1evorloving has been going on atalively rate the past week Alfred intor moved to one of the coin ttys houses Ben Maze to the Fitzgeralhn nIb d to Im Shroiit to Wm Goodpasters aco Wm Goodpaster to Polks llalieWest End in lust weeks issue putGoyerumonton a par with fr turnpikes I on let mo say in all earnest e is no comparison Go remm Produetmonger keepthee patrons of tho road getting theJrat- nefits of the reduction without ving to pay for some one elei who may use the road ten times na to much as some other mon uses itJ There will be nOT abandoned or wornout roads from the fact that ey nre selfsustaining Go enMent railroads are equitable e use treat all M daouldfreight charges the man Iniuldmillionaire without tqbateewtho larger shipper nn hermatterthmat snmeof our wisest and foremast men in the affairs of the nation have been giving out to kr the people they want to suppressf Sa alWherehas more power than the railroad monopolies There is no one bu tbleBswhich we are bound to admit let people share the benefits ins tendcm the few V t r bI A ai Okln Hogs arc high and very scirce A hiouiefewold in this vicinityJoh frtRevs Sanford and Snapp nre liIld Everr1oyonetheir preachingor SpringfieldLouiIke Crouch bus moved to J itla lioucfromMr Mallory Sr will move to Mt Sterling this week flls Duff has moved into the amseliams Mrsolimmnice horse in Flemingsburg MiGopduty for 175 for bettLedngtnninfriends and relatives and will go Lew Johisburglarge crowd attended the rtalc of ery Mrthtingbought ono work uiara for 1 Jos Shrout one cow and calf aim yotidmSharpsburgA tndWorth Rogers of Cincinnati was hero Fridaytho SaundersinA G Sprutt and J B Jones re in Mt Sterling Wednesday Wesley Jones is improving some low and we hope to see him ut his inId place John Donaldson of Elizabeth Bourbon county spent several YI here last weekatHon Waller Sharp returned Fri sel isolingwil oflspend the summer farmingtwHe put his arm around her Tlio color left her check illnut patFor just about a week Ned Gillespie of Plum Bourbon county sold his crop of tobacco to Waller Sharp and was delivering re on Thursday price not kni Died at his home 1miles a ortlV of town Saturday March Sth about LerellrsnCrown Hill Cemetery Another one of our old citizens gone Thompson leaves fivu children mill daughters Mrs W A Oder of Harrison Co Mrs W R Smith Fleming Co Mrs Claude Vi 1ean R J RtUliff of this unty who lire left to mourn the of a hitherIhIII to the condition of the 0ilnysville turnpike from Ilinkston bridge to Sharpsburg would say n e Advocate rujin of Mt tIilgilt pe riu3 wl Ii Iaa liotieee phuldnt inrop CII tmesile Look closer to liutne Biother look Ihiysvillo street Mt Sterling in front of J 11 Bigstairs residence and Limo public school also links Idton hill Tho Magistrate of the Sharpsbnrg district la not to blame fo thrreasons ho can readily flat out calling on him Fairviewgr verylow0Rav E L Sanford heM a a of meetings at Okla lust week dC Maddox bought 30 shocks of fodder of Win Garrettat 12c perem shock H C Whitton and Ed Anderson bought a horse from Bill Johnson fo r70Your scribe was in Flemingsburg onday and visited at LAPowells Monday night and Tuesday I N Powell nnd tenants th FleirDaughorty of Sherburno at GJc Will Henry Williams is buil a ci II grhoughtHunt heirs Tbursdaysvery uch to see Mr Hedding leave uSca Is a good neighbor a friend to al l and stan ingup member of the church Alfred Eden of Mason Cotnade lastnessust be some attraction for Uncle et over hers ns lie generally ows when to come laityearlyof Wint McClure W netldny Everything sold well He sold his farm of about ICO mores Wm Garrett for 2500 cash FisMarried dirsiccCluretimughterMt Pleasant This is the second whorningeth industrious young peoplonnd e congratulate them and wish tnem a long and happy life The hardest rain that was ever de own in this country fell hero late loi holeprsomemost impossible jCWe understand at the water came very near PiItuse anti washed two barrels out the kitchen 1rAt t 4jti i it fiJIlif 7 s i III i ctoI Olympia Mrs Reuben Hunter left for her at CovingtonDccompanied r mOl Mrs OierbeMrn Hunter moved to the house ont of the son LizofIligheMrs Gault Doieill iIplmorsSundtititilsa to make their home sickrhere to his house ut Howards Mill when his house caught I from a stove und burned clowned lIe moved in with the family that Ii on his placejintil he could rebuild Sidney Warren is some better Melissa Snecleunr is no better Johernoted arm Will Williamson er Miss Lizzie Johneon is sick Mrs Costigan and Hcrbie are better Mrs Hurry nson remains poorly timearriedOwillgsvilleIiOverbey of this place Lisaand PforlogJworthy of the young man silo line groomi8Cole Jackeon and is n bright rind industrious young man Wo ri shwe rn a happy journey through lifeS iiaMooresRobert Sorrell bought a mure fcr 85 Robert Sorr6ll sold Leo Bat y a ware for 100 John 21 mohogsmogs5oJohn Shrout Sr sold J C An tclilus five hogs at 5ic v R Razor bought a bay horse Jo Purvis for 105 Thomns Sorrell sold W W Razor eive tat hogs at 60 rimWctrirJ C Atchison sold Put Kis H pair of aiules for 175 G B Sorrell sold George G paster five barrels of corn at 2 nJ C and Ic lie Atchison sold French McCttrty 70 head of hogs at 590 per hundred Jasper Sorrell sold his house and nnllIns saAirThere was a t1 thYtorrents and hulled time ground covered with hniUtonus Some we SpreWiWinins died M thiarchgr h teIfaveyardWiltilU1I1 as Ibout 61 years old Jt1111lrnvcs rwiie beJ114Frankth lives it Nobrapkii wotticNe itllielIenr here Henrynnd ihc tlUI y mingest girls Misses Ohio und Blanchle at homo The widow and children have tho sympathy many friends and relatives in tim eir snd hour Salt Lick Ja3 Hull is quite sick with la ippe The Misses Wulfcinshaw were in Mt Sterling Satttrday lMiss AlIce Montague is now bookkeeper for Ji H Camp Co Thero have beeU toovars tno num aus 16 mention the past week Bro Elbert Dnwson preached excellent missionary sermon Sun day gfewland Sotjurdliyat CreekpiMiss he str1gMrs P Jackson tbd Mrs Roe Jackson were in Owingsville shopping Wednesday afternoontMisses Nora arid PaaI Blair me Friday evenjng to sHQr till Sunday with their rents biiMissU Guntingtonday to visit her fathers family Jos Staten moved in with his father Wm Staton Mr Postutn moved to the property vacated by Staten peMrsjlrs Pomp Dawson of Kansas t went to visit relatives ienr Lexington Unle Jfla Williams as ho was familinrly known of near Moore rry who had been sick some me died and was buried at the Jones graveyard Saturday We d not learn the particulars of his kness and death We extend to I e bereaved family our sympathy I The remains of Thos C Rllg1aud V WesleyAlfreyhere on Tuesday last The heart broken wifewho is now loft entirely alone has many friends who her WssIigbandsobably remove there to live OLD HICKORY is a standard high FireEicinalATCUSOirJO ngsville Ky I II5L rt Ij ii1 r i i tJ Jt it T r Mud LIckOuEd Cal ringtlllls and Sam Wills children have whoopingcough has b fueeenzie little of James geleyeyes nt forget Bm Joe Adams intment at upper Salt Lick 4th ay Mrs Joe Highley who lies been for several week is gradually getti worse ireEl timlisfarm for his grandfather Lafayotto North this yearwMr Wuido Richardson who was greatlyimprocd el AloorOjwho accidentally shot gettingISmciW e are glad to learn that Col North who has been quite sick the past few weeks is up and about Mr McKinley has moved his drilling machine further up on the Beel Brunch in the Embry oil fields is sinking anothorwell d Carrington not long since run e opossums into un old hollow Being of a rather lazy diepo out Sinsteadtime operation ho burned two of tho opossums so that it ruined thejr fur Ed it you take another haul advise you to use the ax amuel Wills went to get out of barn the other day some oats springoodhad more rats and mice than be had outs Sam with his pocket gun and is- the crosseyed cat killed 31 outifbunch while about that many re or less made their escape West End Israel Williams lost a fine cow t week Uncle Billie Coyle who had been visiting here returned home last week Salt Lick Creek is inky black from sawdust put in by sawmills e few remaining fish will be de oyed UndoSIcljwas DanydOBrer Duly the gas is a go wo keep up with time times Wu have gas oil smallpox and many other sensational timings in Old Built The number of ducks geese and other game that O T Piersall 10 ports he killed near Hazelton Kiln s is enormous The Legislature that Slate hud hotter look after eir game birds or they will soon FletnVH8YoungsHprinJ1might ua well try to purify hell as i KePuuicu party Two prom Ingetl llt s very ratttl wn went to our Chairman and informed tutu if did not have hun placed on jur supervision boards etc he uld leave time party While we A t ilicD L1Ja ZL1J l this OUTLOOK Owingsville nW S GUDGELL ATTYATLAWO- ffice with R d Son StS KYoi 11 Fj3j T ILIZE R Iandperhundred ienolgrades Cad IngmmOlympia Ky ye ais oldred eorrela eiz e pl lentyFleminCsbUrg Ky G BROWN LEGHORNS As 0goodduce erels slzoandvlgoralcwfluecoolto r 15 at home 7o T Davis Hillsboro Ky ivCfH WALTHAM Watch wove factorers against detect la material or construction This gnaranteo is without time limit and holds good tho vrorld over J 11000000ALTHAM WATCHES now in use P Silver and Nickel Cases 4LSC0M ST1TRGELIT Owing G i r S l r h 1aJ CO St no atones at our DcinotTatic brethren sonic of them arc our best nighborn and friends and we would not knowingly wound their litigi And you think while Hunnu is tting a pension for the negro ould pension the poor Democrats who you say have been in bondage twentyfiveyou are a rebel soldier and by the way we have the profoundest re ppect for the rebol soldiers That w qiit do we ahull treat you like e Goebel Democrats did Stone yeeIk cianowdor to shoulder were turned do by the clique Licking Union Attie McKinnoy is very poorly 8ixyoJrtoldErnest John on bought two ocreX of lend of Richard and isObuilding a residence on it Gus Flannery rented a house of Alpha 13 McKinney and moved to It Wednesday and Thursday B bo t u p thairnot learned CRobertSaturday and Uev Johnston ma into the houee vacated by Corn Willie H Hum went to Salt Lick last Wednesday to have his band treated blood poison having set in Mrs Abbio Williams left last andYcdnesdayJohn Williams in Handley W Va Second quarterly meeting heldthisMarch 7 and 8 at this place Howes is Presiding Elder Clate Jones moved into the house vacated by Rev Johnston on the C C Johnston farm which his father purchased recently George Abbott bought a ma mule of Wm A Jones udministra tor of Isaac Jones deceased 100 also a threeyoarold mule ol E W MeKinney for S95 The Kentucky Ragland Oil Co has one of their tanks completed and is pumping oil They hart eight wells up for pumping und knot three wells shot last Thursday and Joe S Jones bought C C John sons farm for 3400 and sold his farm ti Ross und Levi Kush for 2400 if aa oil tuna doesnt take it the oil man has an option ou it for 5000 until May Oscar nod James Hen derson drilled in an oil well last Friday on J W Hams foi the Black Rok Oil Co Oil ii qualities is reported b CarL8The Lexington Oil Co complete an oil wall on Elzie fare lust Wednesday report time bee well in time oil tilhl They pu sped the well lust Friday in ono liom thy pumpl1nint barrels of thicl bluck oil the next hour did not yield quite so mtuh un account ol the ana atoppiny the flow of oil 1r Library Voting Ticket This coupon entitles the holder to TEN VOTES that can ha cast for any institution competing for tho beautiful Library when properly filled out signed and delivered or mailed to oillce Name of Institution Name of Voter THE Ky Gudgell highest gStanyDasnArsBans 8 ofWlled 0 i Johnson rigged Friday Alfroy Willison farm paying Alleys n PUBL Ie NOTICE Bath SpecialTerm Itis ordered by the Fiscal Court fl3athi county that the Judge of this Court and Bath County give notice that all persons feeding stock on any of the turnpike roads ofalathcounty hlcbItre owned byoil s aid county will for each offence Aengcommissioners of the districts nre to report all offences of thisMi i t Kiheprocure warrants for each offender nod such o 3frawlandholders Sli oi erning land lying and adjacent to gaSbyu ttry 1903 remove or cause to be rJJtsf wnypf said turnpike roads ex ceptVtliore the same has been erect cd u consent of governing author jBathcountying or refusing to obey this order ifleUha1jthe ofliatbcotorney Q path county who shall thetdlrcct Ho uon removed and the parties pros ccuted for same SAT Peters Clerk By T J Peters PP sidingJudge 1 Court in pursuance of tho aboven FrUBLICBath bnvlolnteden that they from this date de lawn PIwitbHJNO d fI J 3 4 d s FR E t A MAGNIFICENT j LIBRARYC 1 CONTEST THAT PROMISES TO PROVE UNUSUALLY INTERESTINGi FULLIrA number of prising merchants i w hat will prove the most Interest l jwJ Masons Stilt Lick Odd Fellows Acker Lodge A O U W Robertson Lodge A O U W tlr J ilnlghtsiKnights of the Maccabees Colored U B F and U B S r any club church or organization of tho town or county The prize will be a magnificent brary consisting of TIme Dr Dwight ExPresident of Yale University edition of 4 sets of Worlds Great Classics containpInfrsetof Classic Histories set of inasic Science and Philosophy set Classic Essays and Orations set OrlLtEach aud every one of those book are specimens of time best mechanic si execution which examination F wall prove and thoy will be on exhl birion at J T Kimbroughg drug store where the aiblii is Invited to AfIJrei1d k Oelnb hospital college or organize l ion public or private Is eligible to the contest Votes for individuals will not be counted With each ten ycent cash purchase ticket will be iven by the merchants through lIbraryireon bo writ andornUII votes The pnrchaser will write on tho ticket the name of tne institution or organization for which lie or she desires to vote sign heir naino and deposit the ticket In he ballot box in the store where the jurclmso is made The standing of the contestants trill bo published exclusively In each ssuo of TirE OWIXCSVILLE OUTLOOK mIll March 27 1X3 when time re nalninpr votes wilL be counted and he magnificent library awarded lo he organization having the largest lumber of votes Tim OUTLOOK will uibliidi In each issue n coupon that vill entitle the holder to till votes liut will bo credited to time instilu ion that is written on SIJRCO provided or same when delivered to the office if this paper Voting tickets can be secured onlyiruin the following stores Mrs 1 S Ebtlll Dry Goods aid tilHntrv JjimesGHIon Gents Furnishing Joods Clothinjf Boots and Shoes E L A T Byron Ilardwaro nd Farming Implements x TohnT Klnibrough Drugs mind Toilet Articles Gault Jackson Fresh and Cured I te PnliKf r Coons Blacksmith and nrriago AVorka Krother 4 Ewing Groceries Iriciun Bascom Sturgell Jeweler and Op fv Eugene Minihan Saddles anti liar tess M D Paris Furniture and Under aking Funeral Director antiItmImlimicr Dawson Conner Livery Sale ind Feed Stable IMPORTANT Remember that the Library Voting tickets will bo issued on old as well as new accounts when the account la pa id i VOTE IN LJBRAUY CoNTESrrThose conducting the Library con- st fe will please count anti report each Monday afternoon at TUB OUT an 0dpaper with the firms name written time package vote for Tuesday morning Mar10 was an follows ker Lodge A O U W 152Q11ibertson JJOIIKU A 0 u viuK nightsofMaccabces8tlt2iSOtiS 18485Knights 1434CitySchool 602MrsConnersSchooI B Church 383 ympiaChurch29toValleyChiureb 864 JAUnited 4 lt Lick Odd Fellows237 209Salt70Davisdies Aid Society ME Church79 27SaltCDistrict S 3OliS234A i B Frank Hedge has an assistant 4harber who is up in all the newest wrinkles and ia a smooth artist has all sorts of face prepara 4 tions Cokes Dandruff Cure R T 1903 lue iass rui sci r uit cart ornamental trvorirapo es small fruits nspuragns rhu rb and everything for ortmnrdInnd garden Strawberry nnd neral catalogue on request Both ones 4 F 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