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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t J r fiI J s4 I u i i j aa SSSMCfj t i i r Io r 0 rr r 0 rtS t T F je min1uti1Jte utIook4I j1 o VOL XXIV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 19 1903 NO 36 51 When you have a news item or wish to communi cato with THE OUTLOOK olUco by phono ring up 57 Tho leaves are out on ninny SSSS species of trees Como to THE OUTLOOK for horse nnd jack bills See Brother Ss Brothers now line of spring hats Tho grip patients in town gener oily are recovering The bluegrass is forward enough for the middle of April For a nobby shirt waist and pat tern see Brother Brother Dr G W Conner sold a pair of mules to Sam Jackson for 225 16x20 picture trnraes 1 to 125 each J M BaoTHEn Brother Brother have tho Am erican Corset the best 1 corset made Sara Lathrsm sold a sow nnd eight pigs to B M Goodpaster Saturday for 40 + Snipe time has arrived and the advance guard of the birds can- likely be found on the swamps WE MUST HAVE OUR MONEY SO L please call and settle- S Staesns If you want an auctioneer I am your man Tcrmsreasonnblo M D FARIS Fon SLE20 2yearold mules one or more J M DENTON 353 Ilillsboro Ky Go to Brother fc Brother and see their sew spring styles of Stacy Adams Co and W L Douglas shoes Rain Monday broke what would have been a drouth if it hadnt rained for two months Same again Tuesday Mrs Wat Peters has sold he I home and land on Slate Avenue yto her brother J J Lacy price not learned The weather the latter half of last week was warm enough to tempt folks to expose themselves und catch cold c Rev Wm Gumming of Win h ihester will preach at the Presbyte night rtnan next Sunday l 4 The usual hour 1 Brother have n Int of ftBrothcr of clothes made by n merchant tailpr Go and buya suit at halfpriclIJessie Cassity of Sideview dc Uvered 7730 Ibcr tobucpo to G A Peed Wednesday of hUll week Gold at 7 andSo James Clark old ns Crw 4115 acres land on south side of Slate Creek near Sees school bouse at 5250 per acre Born Wednesday March 11th to Rev ad Mrs W W Homer of Clay Village Shelhy Co o daughter Sarah Eleanor I want 1000 bushels white corn shelled or in the ear delivered at Water Dell Mills 302 J B GooDrASTEK WhcnMh town dont fail to look at T S Shrouts splendid line of buggiss at all prices He Willsave you money for cash or credit fit- S T S Shrouts stock of furniture nnd undertaking is complete and are tho lowest He also doetTembalmlng 366 Those who like the dish are bav ing their innings with hogs jowl antI greene Others as a matter of choice would rather be a squirrel eand browse on elm buds Samuel S Ettill lately of Pen- der Neb has rented a house an4 thirty ocres of land of Mrs Evans three miles west of Mt Sterling and moved to it Monday Barred Plymouth Rocks Cougar Strain a few settings of eggs at 50e per setting of 15 at tho house J W EMMONS 25tf Bethel Ky I make the best break cart on tho market 20 25 30 rubber tires I 1510 22 per set Buggy repairing and painting a specialty OscAn PALMEu The sale of Mrs Laura Hashs k I farm at Slate Valley to JohnT Lathram of Naylors Brsnchfell through owing to the refusal of an interested party to sign the I deed J John A Hedger Jatoly of near Sherburne has bought seven acres F of land with dwelling barn etc Just west of Wyoming of Bruce Snedegar for 1000 and will make his future home there FORSALEPlant1gand gristmill rosaw concave saw ripgawp 5horso power boiler and machinery comparatively newjwi1l sell all or any part in Owingsville- G W McKlNNKVAN To GKT ARLYPLANTS In speak Itrjof the wet season preventing the Bowing of tobacco beds A C Jones says the growers hero nugUt to adopt tho plan of tho Green rlv or growera who hum and sow theJ beds during suitable weather il December old thus are sure ol early plants It would be worth riQl anyhlQw r 5ISS f WS t J ikitSSf l1i1ittt ftJ i t t p i i pS r 1Pr t y1 Ji t PERSONAL Deo Conner of AslilandSundaycd in town Walter Bailey of Shelby vlllo was iu town Tuesday Wm Shrout of Mt Sterling was in town Tuesday J M Rlchurt was on the Louisville tobacco breaks last week Squire Thos J Jones has been quito sick the past few days Oliver Jones left Tuesday on a prospecting tour to Kansas Wm E Richards rent to Now York Monday fur medical treatment S E Davis of Nlcbolusvllle camo Thursday ou u visit to Dr C M Kennedy Miss Pearl Trumbo of Lexington came Tuesday to visit Mr and Mrs T H Brown Rev W W Homer lato pastor of tho Sbarpsbnrg Baptist Church wns in town Monday Elder W K Pondloton linn been the guest of Dr and Mrs A WWul don the past week Ecton Butts of Lexington came up Saturday to visit his parents Mr and Mrs Seth Bolts Mrs Salllo Richards of George town camo Friday to see her son William E Richards t- P Misses Lillian Dnugherty and Eml fly Brother attended a dance in Mtl Sterling Friday night Chess Glover of Farmers came down Friday to bewith his mother Mrs James W Burbridge Mn James Kendall 1100 Lcllie Steele of Sidoviuw was down with a spell of sickness last week Mrs James Walter Burbrldge of Farmers is very low with a paraly tic stroke at Mrs John Gillons Miss Sallie Shulta accompanied Frank Perry to Mt Sterling 1ondu and will romaln there a few duysI Mr and Mrs Robert Crooks of MtI Sterling wore guests of Mrs nollet Rice west of town the past weak Chief of Police J K Etnmons and family went to lllllsboro onn visit Friday lIe returned the same day Mr and Mrs Samuel Williams of near Springfield left Monday to make their home at Middlctown Ill Mr and Mrs M D Paris after be ing confined for several days with grip were able to be out again Fri dayMrs Pierce Winn of Mt Sterling after visiting her mother Mrs Elva Catlott some days returned home FridayMrs W P Strader of Lexington is Mxpnctod this week to be the guetst of her parents Mr and Mrs J L NesbittBascom Sturgell returned Friday evening from a trip to Ashland and the coal fields on New river in West VirginiaMrs Fannie Goodpnster of MtsSterling cams last week to be guest of her daughter Mrs N Reid PattersonC of Lexington tray cling freight and passemrer agent of the Southern Railway Co was in town Friday Mr nnd Mrs Dick mploman of npir Wyoming at o up IYiiiiv Mrs T rr iied t rrnr ci m liU htc 9 i AbramRenickof Clatk Co cai didate for the Democratic nomination for the LieutenantGovernorWii In town Tuesday Sum P Atchison and Ollie Coons went to Cincinnati the fore part ofi last week Sam returned Wednesday W H Daugherty was In Mt Ster IIturnedMisses Pearl Sorrell and Loulot anderson of Bethel were lithe formers sister Mrs Oscar Pal Mner several days last week Lsbby Dawson and Wm Arnold returned Wednesday from a pros hecting trip to Indian Territory ley think it a great country I Eugene Sheehan and sister Miss Annie visited Miss Lillian Barnes at Salt Lick Sunday Miss Mamie Sheehan accompanied them home Messrs John Judy of Judy and Will Sounders Shnrpsburg Miss es Virginia Heflin of Flemingsbure nnd Bettio Saunders of Sharpsburg were guests of Mr and Mrs Alfred Crooks Sunday SJ- Mre Dr Geo W Moore of Ashland who has been at Boulder Col orado for the benefit of her health since last fall will return here soon taking a room with her daughter Mrs Emmet Fratman Mr and Mrs TF Deering of lar Plains were the guests of MrI and Mrs E W Heflin last week Mr D returned home the fore part of tho week Mrs D remained until day Mrs Deering is a ala ter of Mrs Heflin Robert Stewarts host of friends were glad to see him in town Friday his first trip here since his recovery from his spoIl of typhoid fever He says he feels better than for a long time His son George has the samn disease but u recovering and will be out In a few days Among those who went to Mt Sterling Court Monday were R T Catlett Blge Wells Quo A Peed Geo P Jones Elder B H Ross Ed Bailey Geo T Young James Stone J M Atchison WX3 Tipton Dr D Cornollson Geo C Olark8am Lath ram Fletcher Crouch Mr and Mrs Newt A Shrout B M Jood poster Riley Chandler Cabe Ratlifl Guy Ratliff Dr G W Connor W P Con nerJr Henry Hopkins Walter Hamilton Stanton Hamilton N It Patterson EH Goodpastor John T Lathram Rowan county Democracy will hold a primary May 9th to nomi nate candidate for Circuit Clerk Hon T B Tippett tho present Clerk and D G Ham are the can didates RETURNED FROM MISSOURI Til ford Garner went to Missouri last fall for tho benefit of hid health Growing worse out there his wife and son brought him back to their former home near Odessa Sunday taking lain through town Sunday from Preston lying on a bed furniture wagon 71n Ii a J Newt Carter of Prickly Ash is nhead ot everybody hereabouts in in regard to tobacco plants having n lied 9 by 30 feet Rowed tho 1a9 t day of January with plants up and agrowing beautifully Robert Johnson has moved his barber shop to the front room over Oscar Chandlers store He will bo pleased to Bee hieoId customers and nil who need his services in his now quarters 343t THEY MADE SPEECHES Judge Ira Julian of Frankfort and N B Hayes of Pineville candidates for the Democratic nomination orAL- torney General spoke to a fair sized audience at the courthouse Saturday afternoon TOBACCO SOLD John McDonald R R Warner and Win Whittnker of Judy wore hero Saturday de livering the formers 8380 lbs of tobacco sold to G A Peed at 74 and 3c Jon Conup of Judy sold Peed over 20000 lbs at 7 and 3c BAILETSTEWAKT Mr Wm R Bailey and Miss Dome Stewart of near Fatrvicw Church were married by Rev F D Palmeter at his residence Thursday morning The bridal couple were attended by Samuel Purvis and Miss Nannie Black DIED IN CHICAGO Alox McKee son of Mr and Mrs James McKee died of consumption in Chicago one lay last week He was a brother of Mrs Cora Conner and Arthur McKee of this town Funeral Furnishings Prompt equipments nnd modern services also dealer in firs clas8 furniture if all descriptions Call and see before purchasing elsewhere- M D FARIS Owingsvillc Ky J L HESS Funeral Director and Embalmer offtieersemployed Elder W K Pendleton of Mt Vernon Ohio as pastor for the ensuing year Ho will move bin family consisting of wife and three children to the parsonage about April 1st His two sermons Sunday were eminently fntisfoetn1 ry to time congregation He wilt proachngain next Sunday morning nnd night r WHY GAME Is SCARCE Person Nixon advances n novel theory to account for the rowing scmretty- of partridges and rabbits He ays the large number of bird dogs kept nowadays are responsible be cause during tho summer thieve dogs range time country at will catching nestling birds and uloI tho young rabbits Mr Nixon is an observant man nnd doubtless has good grounds for his tbsory TJip subject is one that sportsmen nt wcJJ oinsder CASTER SOCIATOn UYidaynight before Easter April 10 the ladies rbf the Christian Church will give n grand social at tho Now OwingsI House for both little grownups The hotel will be given over to the guests for the occasion and a good time will be bad room will be devoted to the p little ones who will revel in games various kinds including an incresting egg hunt and hold high carnival generally The adultc will be entertained with proRre8 sivo games such as flinch crokin ola cto A fine luncheon will be served in the lIning Easter idea will Cables throughout in pettominttl r AN ARM VETEBAN Wiley G tt Prater was a pleasant caller at this office Tuesday He was on his t way to visit at Lexington Mr t Eagleahnow on the retired list as an army veteran and drawing pay from Un cle Sam at tho rate of 2975 per ontbjf He has had a career of 27 ears 7 months in the U S rmy As a youthful volunteer e served 1 year 3 months and 19 iys in the Civil war and the bal- ace of the time jn the regular nrJ i y being stationed at various army osts throughout the country He as in Cuba in the Spanish war 56 ays He IB a native of Floyd countyand will soon go to makeil his home with his mother in Law rence county Ky Ji LIFE INSURANCE Office of John A Ramsey Owingsville Ky Mch 16 1903S M Parcell Dem Sir The life policy I took with you 20 years ago in the Equitable Life Assurance Co of New York for 2000 will be duo April 7th 1903 I can that I am pleased with the result After carrying me 20 years you offer me more money policyforinal policy or nearly half ot all my payments in cash and still retain the policy for 2000 or an income for life of nearly twice as much as beentI have decided to take cash value As an evidence of my faith in Life Insurance I would say that I have taken 4 policies with you ono of winch I still retain as n paidup Volley Our long acquaintance has een very pleasant and earnestly nope we may meet again at the close of another 20 yearo With the wish of long life and prosperity oyouIam Yours JOHN A RAMBET t r T l JAJIES HKDGERR DEATH hedger of Washington died Sunday night and was nt 3 oclock p m Monday at Illi David Bailey burying ground ceased was aged 75 years wife who was u sister of the Coleman and Johnson Stone died about two 3cnrs ago THere sum vive four sons and three daughters all of the same neighborhood William Johnson Cole and James Mrs rues Snodegar Mrs Dick Burns and Mrs William Crouch James Htdger was n quiot in dustrious citizen esteemed by his community The family have tho sympathy of their friends in their loss Mr STBRLINO CODKT The crowd was big at Mt Sterling Monday higliNotTllarIlingsoldseven at 515 and thirty at 475 f another bunch of 17 soli at 35 per head with 750 oil of the lot some 700lb heifers sold at 3c Hogs sold at 6jc Mules were at tIe top notch Among tho sales ofI160n a pair of aged mules for250 2ycnroldsIa more mules for 300 Dr G W Conner n pair of aged mules for 205 Wm Hart bought a pair of mare mules for 260 Tom McCnr ty sold a horse for 90 Sam La th ram bought a mule for 131 j Geo C Clark a mare for 100Fletcher Crouch bought a yoke of cattle for 85 Rilsy Chandler a yokefor60BURNODHOUSEAND CASH Aboutv ji15 oclock Thursday night the iiesidenco of Sam find Elizabeth Young of color at the west end of Cole street was discovered to be n fire The family was away nt ihurch or an entertainment Sams mother Aunt Bettie living in af building on tho same lot was at home alone The building was past saving whon help arrived Tho fire engine arrived find being in good working order time woodshed between Sams house and Miss Sallie Dnughcrtys property was saved though considerably tin rang ed Both Sams and Bottles houses were destroyed with ni- lcontent8J nnt Elizabeth had f50 in her home and Aunt Bettie 470 r Tho former recovered 14 in silver J The loss vas between 300 and 400 without insurance One ofI the girls had been in the house inIthe early evening playing the organ It is suppo od that she lit a lamp and the tire Originated from tlt in some wnyj MAId ArLL FFEKCES Dep utv JaiierRohert Nixon Wednesday night of last week brought to town fcud lodged in jail Bill Blankenship chargedhKtfoil neon station near the Menifue inc of Ben Hudson the ins nwo an who wears a beard and a skirt piled straw in Hudsons vehicle and jDUrncd it tried to unlock the door house with a fencernil key propelled with all the force at their command got in the house struck and crippled Mrs Louiso Hudson in the arm hit Miss Mary Fortune and raised Old Ned in general Jim Carpenter also woe alleged to beat the party but he has not been cnp tured There wore two other war rants for Jackson on the charge oftbreach of the peace and pointing pistol Blankenship is also charged with rape on tho 13yearod daugu er of Wm Tolton- Blanken8hlp and Jackson werej ied Saturday in Judge Daughcr rs Court and held over to Circuit ourt under 200 bond which theyI f tiled to give and were remanded t jail FRANK JONEs DEATuFrarc 1 nes died at the home of his eom ailer Sam Jones about 10 ocloc riday night Mr Jones had beeIin bad health for many years an confined to his bed for some week Smiturdayinterment etery about 4 oclock p m SerI bylderFrank T Jones was born in the White Oak neighborhood Oct 10 1831 and was a son of Ambrose and Debby Jones He resided in the sumo neighborhood his life uphousekeepingwife to live with his son Samuel He was married to Miss Martha daughter of William Baileyand sister of Marcus and Warren Bail eyThere survive of this union Rose Mri Isaac R Darnell Sam ucl Lee Mollie Mrs Sam Hew kins Dr Ambrose W Oliver Belle Mrs Robert R Swetnnm Sam and Oliver live in this town Mrs Swetnam at Olympia and the balance in the Odessa neighborhood Mrs Eliza Lath ram wife of David Lathram of Owen county is the only survivor of his fathers familyDeceased was a member of the Christian church and the Masonic order He was a firstclass citizen and a good uinn in every respect honorable in jail his dealings and hold in tho highest respect of nil who know him while warmly esteemed by many personal friend The family havo the sympathy of a wideNjjrcle of friends in their be reaYeQ1 at IJ tY RacketStorc1 1 SpringlsDratoingNear Arid every one wants one dollar to serve the purpose of two We slaughter the price and give you double bargains every time Placket Fasteners lc ydHandkarchiefs Fancy Pitcher and Bowl 150 133 ytlNapkins ydDayDross Stays 40 doz Baby Hnir Brushes 20 100 Summer Corsets 4225c CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W HEFLIN prBack prSponges SPRING OF 1903 We have received a handsome line of spring goods including the latest novelties in MILLINERY DRESS GOODS We ask our friends and customers to call and see them We quote pest Calicos 4c 5c per yard Curtain Poles 15 lOc Ladies Vests 15 8 Best Percales 10 9 8c LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO CASH BUYERS MRS D S ESTILL OWINCSVllE KY FOBICOMMISSIOXRK OF AORIOUL TURGeorgetownIyFeblIOO3To I bey to to you my can didacy for the office ofComniissJonor Agriculture subject to the will of the Democratic primary to be held May 9 Tlu short time intervening before the election renders it Impos sible fur me to cover oil the State I dofciro to stutc that I huyo 101 for years n practical nd active farmer and that all of my interests arc dependent upon the success of the farmers I am in thorough sympathy with nil matters pertaining to the advancement of the Interests of our State undo of course in our Commonwealth it Is well known that the success of all other lines of business are dependent upon the welfare of tho farmers If nominated I pledge my best efforts to use the Department of Agriculture In the Interest of tho farmers and the general wel fare of the Commonwealth I have at all times been an active and consistent Democrat I am profoundly grateful to tho Democrats of Scott county who have twico honored mo with time Sheriffs office with ut opposition In Vie of my own party I have always been found in the thickest fight for Democratic prliclples both State and Rational I have served four year a member of the State Central Democratic Committee representing the Seventh Congressional District and feel that I can point with pride to tho success of time Democratic par ty In my district under my direction In these times of great combinations of capital and trusts no one feela more keenly the direct results of their unjust oppression than the farmers uf the country nnd I pledge you if nominated to use the office to resist the oppression of all trusts and to stand fighting for the Interests of the agriculturists If you nominate mo I pledge all of my energy and strength to tho success of the party In November when wo must met the enemy the Bcpublliau party Having had many years experience in business and farming you will not be placing tho office in time hands of an Inexperienced man and I pledge the same care to the interests- of State affairs that I have devoted to my personal affairs The Depart ment of Agriculture was founded for the internals of the farmers and in my humble opinion ought to be man aged by a practical and real farmer My county Scott tins not had u can dldato for a Stato Office for 35 years and being a strong and reliable Dem ocratic county I feel that I can up peal with confidence to my fellow Democrats all over the State I ask for your hearty support und encouragement and whether sue cessful or not in my ambition to be your Commissioner of Agriculture I pledge at nil times iny hearty support to our common cause Democracy Ithe only refuge for an honest and patriotic people Very sincerely TTllnnann Georgetown Ky Fob 1st 1903 Address all communications to T T HEDGER caro The Rows George town Ky A man of powerful fcosick tke doctor rif Sheep Bells i0 Stool Traps 10c Horse Yokes 3825c Hog Ringer lOc 100 Hog Rings U 2gal Tincovered Bucket 18c 1 Granite Kettles 38 28 20c T S Shrouts Old Stand Etc ji to 12 10 5c announce ranks PRBACUERS MEETING As has been previously announced there will be a preachers meeting held nt Frenchhurg tho fifth Sunday in this month and on Saturday before March 28 and 29 There will be poaching on Friday night before and the meeting proper will begin at 0a m Saturday Let every preacIr in uciiiee and surround jag counties be prosont so that wo ofJtheKentuckyPersonally I stand on The Wordand The Word alone and authurltyIfpreached arid practiced a doctrine byScripturethat it was ony more binding onImo than the most mystical doctrine of Buddhism andon the otborI hand if the Devil wore to comeI around preaching a Gospel truth I wouldaccept it only I would be a little more careful in my investiga tion I dont consider that Our preachers have reached the sum mit of ecclesiastical knowledge therefore am I ever hungering and thirsting after righteousness so that I may be filled I have been accused of being a Methodist a Baptist a Quaker a Campbellite and I dont know what else but I accept none of these names Yet I try to treat them as Paul did those who said they yore of Paul of Cephas of Apollosns broth ren If I am not Scriptual in any of my teachings I will thank any man who will lead me into the light So let us ALL meet at Frenchburg at the time appointed and discuss mot debate J many points of ScrIp- ture Fraternally yours E E DAWSON Other papers will please an flounce COLUMBIA S DAKOTA FEB 1903 EDITOR OUTL00KI 19Idrop a few more lines to your uable paper that my friends hear that 1 am null in the land of = tho living Mother has been com plaining some this winter I had an attack of tho grip which held me fast for a week The grip and pneumonia are handling the people here pretty roughly something ed that II very uncommon in this purt of the country We have hada coldsteady win- ster Inca tho first of December TWO light sdows fell in November- Slie snow that covers the ground at present fell tho first of Decom ber and will I think see the first of April The sixth of January was frightful the hardest straight wind blew that day that was ever known to the oldest settler The snow molted considerably during f the day next morning the ground was a sheet of ice a little more a snow fell and oh my what sleigh lag wo had everything is on run nera and they do tun So far we have nut bait a single blizzard Coal is very high soft coal 9 a ton hard coal 17 and very scarce at that Wood ii simply out of sight The ice is from 20 to 21 inches thick In putting up le at that thickness blocks 14 by 20 inches are sawed out ifli1 hJ5 fI ar Zf t 42f SADDLES HARNESS Why buy a shoddy socnllud handmade or machlucmado 1 Saddle or Harness when you coil get strictly firstclass roods made right hero at homo and made out of the best oaktanned ileather amid by men that only make firstclass work Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLESJiIs fie casitst and easiestriding and most dnrableBllddlo imidc If you try otto set of our handmade buggy harness you will 1 3Jparti EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KYo SAM PC ATCHiSON DRUGGIST r FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO CIGARS G B BUY 1iSEAL SHOES f l FOR HEN WOflEN and CHILDREN MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY U S A WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED SOLESthe bestwearing leather in the world For sale by Oscar Chandler Vf ii 1 Ladies 1 Come and see my new line of spring goods ev 4Lhavelook will be you are not expected to buy = i jLlldies4LadiesMens Vici Kid Slices regular 225 145 JI1 Mens Leatherlined Shoes regular 2 130 Mens Patent Leather Shoes regular 3 i J See my bright new Calico patterns at J 4 4 and 50 per yard Yr T =MY HATS dont fail to see can saveyou mcney all stylds 35c and 89o genuine fur hats see thamt JShO CLOTHING have received mj entire styles try me before buying see my blue serge suits reg ular 10 strictly guaranteed mill wool serge and if they J4ifade and are not as represent your money will be refundedS r SHOES AND SLIPPERS ladies and misses dont full to see Jtwine J rt fflI7MensL4siILadiesBargains in Shirts 24o and 35c shirts it Oscar Chandler v = Owingsville Kentucky 11f appreciated 1981 CASH PAm FOR EGGS Postofflce i fjC CARLOAD ON HANDS ALL SIZESt t EVERY ONE UAEANTSED t r L AIT 14 IIwhenzero the sun arose in its glory eurmind bya purple haloa beautiful aunrisa but the mercury oh whIr was it tlimyflro below Mu OUTLOOK now for a fish tory Thli a great country for fish several kinds are here but ofI ll the pickerel is the best When we go fishing vre take n baited look cut a hole in tho ice and drop it down Every lime you Jerk you hare a fish you then spear them Onetnn catch two or three hundred a day The pickerel range rom 15 to 25 inches long My neighbor came by one evening with duys catch und gate me an arm load of them it rminded me of ringing in stovewood in Old Ky They freeso mon titter they nr thrown nOt of the watur nnd will remain so until fprini or unpd up And lignin Mu OUTLOOK thd wind is a great power il nut only rune windmills but handcars also the section men run their curs by sail I Ihd a ride on one the other day when sbe got under headway be t J I I I One door aboveI L BYRON gun to wish also I began to think t home eweol home I got bo in if O K Will close my tiresome let ter C R BAILEY iS G BROWN LEGHORNS t As good as careful breeding can pro duce size and vlgornfewfinecuck erels for sale each s 50 cent per 15 at lmorneS 817r1A T Davis Hillsboro Ky n tHUmESYEnS rmUSt 5t IM 1 iifALPLLi n tIMJ 0tc- voofo e o l Ii J UIl tJ 2tdierl lWUHelabi LndliqkThjt- ISi CluaUITEU ENVIL21 tt Ied arid IIFhold nwtailic bo uId with TkonontJivStCUaauOinIJo i 1aiyryoiirinigtor rer4 Ie In ri4mm fur IarrlrnlaTtIItlmonli flni ImeuIcr a r LaI1 fll Intfo rIIDro by IOCurnnIL It1cxoTCBtlrnohiAlstol J by I OlllCllESTER ChEMICAL Cd- i lico nadaol1 Sqare PIIIJA Ph KtfDIIuUVI 4 I I- tiIj itk Q X t ft 1 sr 0 C t 0 o Q Lm t l t 1 i M t i 1NtIiiI v j OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBS CO Publishers of t QWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY I IF WILLIE WERE A KINGt i RJIwisht Id be e king avhllc I bet you j then theyd be A lot ot things made different that dont seem right to me 4 14 fix it so a boy could play till ten oclock at nightl4 jAnd never haft j out a light iAnd right in our back yard Id have a lake all filled with fishwWhere I could go and whenever I would wllhrAnd thasI And drinks and jets In jail and makes hisfmother awful sad He never has new clos to wear and one 1 time when he criedsfJ 41 RIght out In Sunday school when I wastsetttn by his sides The teacher ast hIm what was wrong t and so he said his pa m The night before had pounded him and I nearly killed his ma t5 If Ixras king Id go and find the boys 1 thats used that way- r And send their pas far off some place t where they would have to stay t And then Id send their mas and them new things to wear and lat And build new houses so theyd all live on a better street rd make them all so glad I bet theyd It rnevtrcry no more I With places on their arms and legs all black and blue and sore l j And theres a little girl I know that hasf1 no pa at all I And she cant walk because one time her brother let er fall Id buy a pony cart for her nil soft and t nice Inside t And make her Just as glad as though her 1if pa had never died s And Id put up a castle here so madEnot feel so bad tEz Because our house was not as grand as what the Bronsons had wlsht that I could be a kins theres J lots Id like to do Lizas teeth dont seem to flt Id iitYrI l get her some thats pew fix it so a boy could go wherever he t would please- not get whipped because he tore his trousers cllmbln trees But oh the best of all the things Id dop would be to let I Boys always eat their pie before the other things were eL sE Klser in Chicago RecordHerald I 4 I 4 ri TC KIDNAPPED MILLIONAIRES I StreetiBy FREDERICK U ADAMS M to Jr 1OowrtalL ltotl right lbrapFobll numd h1ac Comp aT j1t CHArTER XII CONTIIUIKD t I supposed you knew them I will r introduce you tomorrow There is John M Rockwell whom you know 1Andrus Carmody a big iron and steel a man Palmer J Morton a railroad t magnate and financier K J Kent a big Wall street operator Hiram Haven a sugar manufacturer and 45Simon Pence who Is also a financier you want to keep your ee on Pencehe is likely to own your I driwings if you dont watch himI I Uont lend him any money ThenI there is Sidney Hammond n personal friend of mine concluded Mr lies 5 tor i Jlr Vincents eyes bulged out sIthese names tripped from the tongue of Mr Hestor He was speechless If You dont wish to quit a 1 pnmc like this dont you know saidI Hestor Bob Mr Vincent has notI dlped Serve him the best there is on the boat You will excuse me IX am going to confer with Capt Waters In the meantime six famous menIw reln conclave in Mr Mortons i stteroom With the exception of I4 Mr Pence they had entirely re proceediere r5n siglit e i jini r Broadway cable cars tsaii of e ing capttveson the high seas Gentlemen said 11r Iorton as S taI1vere seated let us talk this mat I f ter over and see what can be done It Have you any plan to suggest Mr Kent 4Npt a plan responded Mr Kent We are in for it This fellow Hes I J tor has his plans all laid and I am siting to watch him carry them out There Is nothing we can do Z S ldo not agree with ymisaid Mr Morton leaning back in his chair- j ft will be a remarkable thing if six ssen of our financial standing and alleged ability cannot finda way I to circumvent the plans of a knave k or n fol This looks to me like a money question 5MoneyZ exclaimed Mr Kent r Well bow much money have we j lie reached down into his clothts I ad produced 38 cents In change and extracted from his fob pocket a 5 gad 2 bill r have 738 to con 5 tribute to this campaign fund JThat hns othjng to do with the 1 naatier Kent said Mr Morton with v r Jjjgrae impatience The factisweU 7lr kB Ihat we can command an al ao moneylzr the J Atlantic ocean trawled Mr Kent t Jliets sea just how much we six ed plutocrats have In actlalm neyI- Jlaes 4 738 arid here it is He placed Ron the table I low much have ynu got Haven Mr Hiram Haven had been making an inventory ant produced 3102 SiSYou are affluent observed Mr BtAB Iyoulll Carniody 1 cz e havetzte be exact saTdMr Carmody Mr I Pilsner J Morton finding that MrI Kent was determined to pursue this eanh investigation announced that i kikad4288 Mr Rockwell was f le fdrtunate In his hnxn dlate pos j ii8sIons lie scheduled Sf31i 1Vell dig up Brother Pence said w Kent What is your contribuj tIOfl to the warchest f I have It cents and a Brooklyn idge ticket said MrPence You br e imcer carry anything but cai fare Itillo easy to lose money 2 eutpf your pockets and then your Hl5j be held up and robbed J los t J fJi asilver dollar through a hole in my f Q w cket once and have never carried a rJargesumsofmoneyslnce tr Iae heardjxjsaid Mr Kent f cwell JJ8ssoteJy ur 11 Vo u i ee1f 2 t the miteJ rrtf 1 krythlngcountl Lets Beeiwe 1 r 55SO That is a Jj g4edayerage for aix niI1ionalr s I sejiWn carry more than 100Now t f w at canvre do with it i SjJie looked at MK Morton f dtlt do not suppose wevcan do Ihigwilh that amount pt i irepcndtl the finateier moBeyI S + t JRxra Still it is a k OWJ thQWJ1pchb o n h i j Jit M t hl jul T h J J t f Sd1mfIi 1o1 i1f ii tb ft 1f J J I iI JItkrtoIfJ rf1 s o 1r light If this man Hector is not abso lutely crazy he has some definite ob ject in view It may take tile form a demand for a ransom The ques of tion for us to decide is first shall we pay a ransom and second if so how much Personally I regard this n purely business way My time worth money We have been trapped and our time captured with our persons I should be willing to make a reasonable compromise Since I am the one most to blame or this affair I shall insist on stand ag half of any fund which may be greed upon ly I have often thought of what I ould dp if kidnapped and held for- ansom said Mr Carmody in a re flective way I have always thought hat I would die rather than pay a ollar but now that the fact con ronts me I believe that the thoughts of those at home outweigh my lo- cruples I think I should be ready I o contribute to any such fund Who are you going to give it to asked Mr Kent Why to Mr Hestor answered Mr Morton It will do no good replied Mr Kent with the decision of a man who has unalterably made up his h mindmile is as crazy as a womans tv watch He will laugh at you Mark my words It will do no good to talk itCnpt55820 on him but I dont believeq he would touch it or a hundred g hat amount I tell you we are in or an ocean voyage with a landup tin some islandsMr abstractede his eleven cents from the yet remained on till tablesI am not so sure aid Mr Morton He loves money ns well as the best of them Hestor acts crazy but it tony be assumed If we offered him Ill 2000000 he fJouI am not very hopeful said Mr Koekwell In the event we decide on such a course I would suggest n larger amount I will cheerfully pledge 2000000 to a 5000000 fund That Is more than your share said Mr Morton I think your sug gestion as to a larger amount is n wise one and I will pledge half of it This was objected to by all exceptr by Mr Pence who hail been busy with a pencil and announced that he could not set his way clear to con tributing more than 21000 to any und He explained that money was at po low a rate of interest that it was a drug on the market Why I have 4000000 right now in the bank which is not drawing a 11isnot spend more than OOOO for this purpose And to think that there isyno return for It absolutely no re urntreturn MrI KentsIt was finally agreed to pledge a sum of 5000000 of which Mr Moron insisted on paying 1500000 Mr Ilockwell pledged 1230000 Mr h Carmody 750008 Mr Kent 7oa000 Mr Haven 725000 and Pence 25000 Mr Morton was delegated to conduct the negotiations with Hestor and if he failed he was also to confer with Capt Waters as last resort After a general discussion the party separated and at midnight quiet reigned on board the good steam yacht the Shark She wasII then plowing the Atlantic at a 20 knot rate nt a point about 100 milesbsouthwest of Montauk light suggestion of Mr Haven it had beenfagreed that in the future no resentment should be displayed towards JlestorrIt is better policy to dissemble argued Mr Maven We will gain nothing by affronting him More over if we appear resigned and un concerned we may throw him oiT his guard Personally I wouM litee to break his neckvht it vUl be bet ter to app i r cordial even if ve doj not teI that way Sidney Hammond talked with Hes Itor until late in the night lout was to influence him in any way decided to abandon such efforts HE HAD DIFFICULT NAVIGATION BETWEEN TUB BUFFET AND HIS STATEROOM for the time and jlo await develop ments Mr Vincent wandered about the boat kept clear of Capt Waters and made several ineffectual at tempts to enter into conversation with the crew He finally repaired to Social Hall where he kept lotbusy until midnight It may have been the swell of the sea but he hind difficult navigation between the buffet and his stateroom and lid not awaken the following morning until the sun was high in the heavensIt another beautiful day The sun was to the starboard of the yacht This showed a course about northeast It was evident that the boat was somewhere off the Key England coast anti not headed for any South Sea islands Was it pos sible that lies had repented of his rash idea and was about to return Ir Kent was the first to appear in Social Hall Mr Haven soon joined him and in a short time all of Jeparty were on deck Good morning gentlemen Mr Hestor stood before them in the full cruising uniform of a New York yachtsman He looked un commonly well in it He bowed pleasantly stepped up to Mr Morton extended his arm and shook hands cordially with that gentle man He thus greeted the others and seemed delighted at bis recep tion I trust that youfpnjoyed a good nights rest he All had den e so except Mr perice who said he did not like the water Oh you will soon get used to it responded Hestor Ah here comes Sidney Good morning Sidney- Beautiful day Is It not By the way where Is Mr Vincent Send one of the boys and call him You have not been formally Introduced to Mr Vincent have you J will present- a him at the breakfagt able I vilJ I r i F t J p7r 4 J t rA1t jt admit that his ntircnt was n bit in formal dont you know but he Is here and we must treat him as one usUnder the spur of Hestors good nature and the understanding ar rived at between the captives the receding evening conversation became general and spirited Sidney looked on in quiet amazement The Stirring events of the day before had seemingly been forgotten and the entire party acted as If bent on heartily enjoying n muchanticipated pleasure cruise Mr Rockwell quiet explained to Sidney what hind been greed upon After breakfast said Mr Nestor such of you gentlemen as choose can change your business suits for yachting costumes You will findtthem much more comfortable lounging around Mr Pence will ok like an old sea dog in the clothes have selected for him I will have them placed in your rooms and if they do not fit I have assorted sizes from which to make a selection You will find that I have anticipated everything Ah here comes Mr Vincent Good morning sir Glad to see you aboard the yacht Shake ands with Mr Rockwell Mr Rock ellMr Vincent L Sylvester inIcent of Chicago Mr Carmody Mr Vincent Hestor introduced the un- nvited guest to all present Breakfast followed and it was uite a merry p rty All were hun ry Mr Hestor was in boisterous good humor anti kept up a running re of talk and questions He per- uialed Mr Carmody to promise an arly interview with Sylvester Yin ent and that Chicago promoter saw of wealth in the aromatic vapors which arose from his coffee When breakfast was ended Mr Hestor Mr Carmody to th main saloon and with much pride dis layed the books of the wellselected CHAPTER XIII AN OCEAN CRUISE Mr Kent seated himself with Mr Haven and Mr Pence in comfortable chairs on the tnrhoardside of the yacht A few fleecy clouds drifted overhead The sun was warm enough o temper the air from the ocean There was just enough breeze to- ipple the swells This is not at all ball said Mr Kent as he stretched oui his legs and lazily smoked a cigar I have een thinking for years qf taking a vacation and now I am taking it He looked at his watch Its five minutes of ten he said looking at Mr lEaven I wonder if they have missed us yet There will e some fun on the Stock Exchange hen the news comes out If I had sold sugar yesterday a3 ou did said Mr Haven with some acridity I might look at this mat cr in the calm and philosophical way which you do You know you sold yesterday Kent- I generally know what I sell and when I sell It said the noncommittal Mr Kent I would like to ave a lot of it sold right now Six- 1bl1net d millionaires is not a strong bull argument Just think of where money on cull loans will go to sighed Mr Pence I wish I had remained at home Oh why did I make this fool voyage You certainly are in bad luck rother Pence said the sympathetic Mr Kent They could use that foui of yours today before the session is closed I suppose money go to 100 or 200 per cent Tue- oys will fight to get it Karly in thin forenoon Mr Morton ound Hestor and asked for a private conversation in his stateroom The request was readily granted Mr Hestor the big fina cier after a i1 ir1you must be war tlJtII giiesls re nan whose hue is very valuable and lue interests will be imperiled- thiMi 0iiiVVniied absence You know that we wish to return Thus ar you have refused to comply with our request Is there no way in- rhiieh we can compromise the matter I know of none which will not dis arrange my plans said Hestor You are all having a good time What more can I do for you I will come to the point at once said Mr orton1 am authorized by the gentlemen on this boat to offer you 5000000 for our immediate return to New York harbor I could not think of it stld lies tor promptly as if declining an or dinary business proposition I have more money now than I know what to do with That is why I wen Into newspaper reporting No mney could tempt me Mr Iorton Let us drop the subject and go on dtck It is too fine a day to remain bclovr Mr Morton realized that lie had failed and that them was absolutely no hope in that direction He said nothing to his associates of his lack of success but waited for a chance to speak to Capt Waters It was Inte In the afternoon before he had an opportunity make any proposi tion to that official Hestor was on the upper deck Capt Waters entered the saloon which at that mo mcnt was occupied only by Mr Mor ton and Mr Rockwell As the cap tain entered the room the latter at n signal front Mr Morton discreetly retired Capt Waters stood for a moment at the center table and idly turned over the leaves of a maga zinc Mr Morton advanced to the tableWe are favored with beautiful weather Capt Waters said Mr Morton Goodcruising weather rC spoiTded the captain as he turned each started for the companion way Mr Morton placed himself squarely in front at him Capt Waters I wish to have a few words with you in private Not with me sir said Capt Wa teis He stopped for an Instant with one foot on the stair He looked Mr Morton full in the eyes I talk in prhate only with Mr Hes tor he said Mr Morton laid his hand on the officers arm He was not accus tomed to have his requests refused or his offers repulsed For a moment he seemed to study the stern fact of the official Capt Waters he said in a low distinct voice do you wish to make a million dollars NoslrThe jaws came together with a snap which was more elequent in Its decision than any studied refusal He disengaged his arm and strode up the companion way Keep her off n polnthe said to the wheelsman To Be Continued Couldnt Loa e flint She in the parhksvonder what hi 1f of a tree that is He Why thats a dogwood ire Hut how can yqu tellV By Us barks courjgViCliIcagc t or b vi c TYNER TO RETIRE Resignation of Assistant Al for ney General to Be Requested Mr Tyner Denounces as Absurd the Charges That There Was Wrong Doing in Connection With Turf Companies Decisions Washington March 1GIt is an nounced that James N Tyncr assist ant attorney general for the post of department will bo requested In he near future to tender his resigna tion hut the announcement Is accom panied with thou statement that this action will have no bearing on the complaint flied with the president by T C Campbell of Cincinnati an attorney representing several of the turf investment concerns whoso at fairs recently have linen aired In the courtsMr Tyncr Is incapacitated by illness from performing thin duties of his office and It Is said his resignation will be requested solely on that ac count Mr Tynor Is 77 years old and suffered a stroke of paralysis last July and In December had a relapse Mr Tyncr denounces as absorb and ridiculous the charges that there was wrongdoing In connection with de cisions by his office respecting the right of turf Investment companies to use tho mails The matter he says was taken up on tho report of an inspector and disposed of as hun dreds of other cases arc No evidence was submitted with the inspectors reports showing that tho concerns were either lotteries or frauds and under tho law tho department had no right to Interfere Mr Tyner admitted Sunday that Harrison IJarret his nephew by marriage and formerly his assistant in tho law division in the post office department against whom ohargra hail been filed with a view to his ills harment from practice before the de partments had represented as an at torney one of the turf Investment concerns in the matter of mail privi leges but he said it was after Barrett had severed legal services to a num ber of the bond investments com patties as to tho legality of which the latter had written an official opin ion while still In the post office de partment This service also was ren dered after Barrett had left tho de partmentTho prepared by Barrett de dared that the bond concerns as or ganized were in violation of law but to the opinion was attached an appen dix stating that by certain changes in their bylaws and In tho wording of their literature they could bo admit ted to the malls This appendix Mr Tyner said was not written by Bar rett but by Postmaster General Smith Tho department hall official knowledge of more than 500 of these concerns and the capital involved was estimated at 50000000 It was the opinion of Mr Smith and other officials of the department that tho business should not be crushed out if it could lie made legal and such an eminent lawyer as John G Carlisle had appeared before the department in behalf of the concerns DIED SUDDENLY Recorder J O Brown Prominent Plttsburjjer Passes Away Pittsburg Pa March J GRecorl er J O Brown cf this city who tendered his resignation to low Penny packer on Friday last lIed suddenly it IS home here late Sunday aftnr r The Immediate causu of Ro crrrtiT 1r Ins death was nervrMa ctV lapse MiimdueesLtt Is belled by the unuvi ally perturbed condition of politics hi the county Mr Brown was always delicate phys- IcallY and had to make frequent tripr away from home for his health hut his death was entirely unexpected at this time The death of Mr Brown makes the third prominent political leader in the county during the past two years The other two were Senator C L Magee and George M Von Bonnhorst Theso three men wero practically in control of republican politics in Alle gheny county for 25 or 30 years Died at a Banquet Oconomowoc Wis March 16Dr- C M Skinner of Hartland Wis a member of the masonic fraternity dropped dead late Saturday night as ho sat down to a banquet of tho ma sonic lodge Wtcr the royal arch de greo hall been conferred upon several members under the direction of Dr Skinner himself The Presidents Western Trip Santa Fe N M March 16 Word was received by Maj W II H Llew ellyn and It Is understood also by Gov Otero that President Roosevelt will be In Santa Fe the morning of May 5 and in Albuquerque In the afternoon on his way to California Damaged By Students Princeton N J March 1GOne of tho big bronze lions which guard the entrance of historic Nassau hall was so badly disfigured by a crQwd of young almunl and upper class men that it can not be satisfactorily re paired Germanys First Payment Caracas March 1GThe amount of the first payment due to Germany un der the Washington agreement was deposited in a safe at the treasury Sun day and will be paid on the order of the German minister Indian Sentenced For Murder Memphis Tenn March 1C Creep Ing Bear a fullblooded Pawnee In dian who claims to be a graduate from tho Carlisle Indian school war sentenced to 15 years In the state pen Itentiary for the murder of George H Mlllard A 100000 Fire King Ont March lThe tannery of Hon E J Davis minister of crown lands in the Ontario govern mont was destroyed by fire Saturday The loss is about 100000 partly covered by insurance Twenty Additional Buildings Knoxville Tenn March 13Thi board of managers of the national sol tIters home made some important do clsions while Inspecting the new home which is being built near Johnson City Tenn Twenty additional build ings were Tucson locatedIattacked the Potam and Torrin stage running along the Yaqul river In Sonora murdered the driver and nix passenger and stripped fbp bodice o1 evritn Or value f i S1 te tJjzt F i f1 IL Jti ty EXTRAORDINARY SESSION Senate Convened to Finish Up Much Needed Legislation Washington March 10The legisla tive session of tho senate Monday last ed six minutes The oath of office was administered to Gallinger N D Clark Arkj and Stone Mo At 1206 tho senate went Into executive session to consider the Panama canal treatyWashington March 11 Senator Morgan Tuesday secured the first ma terial concession that has been made to him by tho senate In connection with tho Panama canal treaty with Colombia This consisted of an agree ment to attach the Spooner canal act bodily to tho treaty This change was made In compliance with a request presented by Senator Lodge during tho days executive session of the sen ate Tuesday for the necessity of It had been discussed by Mr Morgan and other members of the senate commit tee Mr Daniel expressed the opinion that as the preamble to tho treaty calls for the attachment of a copy ofIthe act that attachment was necessary to preserve the terms of the domument intactWashington March 2Decidedprogress was mado Wednesday toward reaching an agreement for a vote on the Colombian canal treaty and when the senate adjourned there was a gen eral understanding that Thursday in all probability some hour next Tuesday would be definitely agreed on as tho time when a vote should be taken on the treaty and amendments All statements to this effect however were accompanied by the announce detailstongreementbeforeno doubt in the minds of leading sen ators that tho vote will bo taken on Tuesday The Guatemalan and Mexi can extradition treaties were ratlnetl The understanding among the mom bers of the committee or foreign rela tions is that none of the reciprocity treaties before tho committee shall he reported for consideration this sos sion and that the Cuban treaty will be the last to receive the attention of the committee for the present Washington March 13There were Important developments ThursUay re garding the treaties pending In the senate It was decided to vote on the Panama canal treaty on Tuesday next and the Cuban reciprocity treaty was reported to the senate by the commit tee on foreign relations The end of the work for which the extra session was called therefore Is in sight The agreement to vote on the canal treaty was arrived at soon after the senate assembled at noon and without discus sion of moment The Cuban treaty with tho various amendments agreed on by tho committee on foreign rela tions then was reported bv Mr Cul horn and at his request It was read for the information of the senate The progress made Thursday loads many senators to predict an adjournment tho close of next week republIcanate Friday considered the general condition of business In the senate The opinion was expressed that it would be possible to fix the day for the final close of the session not later than next Friday or Saturday No resolutions to that effect however will be introduced until an effort shall have been made to name a day for reciprocitytreatySenator Spooner shall make the last speech in the Panama canal debate agreementfixingmade public Tho democratic senator will caucus to decide on a course to he pursued in the senate with ref pendingtreaties JUSTICE DAYS CONDITION There Has Been Ho Extension of the Pneumcnh Washington March 1iThc condi tion T iMstioo H the IiStafe supreme court r J11 with pneumonia cekvslUes enIing Dr B L Harden the attinIinj physician had Dr William Osler the specialist from Johns Hopkins univer sity come over Sunday for another consultation with him regarding the case and after It was concluded they Issued the following bulletin Justice Days condition Is good There has been no extension of the pneumonia All symptoms favorable After his last visit at 11 oclock Sunday night Dr Harden issued the following bulletin Justice Days condition continues good and he Is comfortable tonight The justice is still a very sick man and sUll Is in a very serious condi tine but his family are hopeful that ho will recover Young Mowatt Disabled Chicago March 14Young Mow att may never be able to fight again While wrestling Mowatt slipped on the floor of the gymnasium and fell suf fering great pain Ho continued to train and signs of paralysis appeared MARKET REPORT Cincinnati March 14 CATTLECommon 3 25 4 00 Butcher steers 4 60 4 85 CALVES Estra 7 25 t 7 50 HOGSCh packers 7 50 7 65 Mixed packers 7 30 7 50 SHEEPExtra 5 25 5 50 LAMBS Extra 0 7 00 LOURSprlng pat 3 90 4 20 WHEATNo2 red 77 78 CORNNo2 mixed 47j 4- 8OATSNo2 mixed 3- 8RyENo2 58 HAYCh timothy 17 50 PORKClear family 20 25 LARDSteam 10 50 BUTTER Ch dairy 13 16 Choice creamery 294 APPLESFancy 2 75 3 25 POTATOESPer bbl 1 75 1 90 TOBACCONew 8 00 14 00 Old 600 17 50 Cnlcago FLOURWinter pat 360 3 70 WHEATNo2 red 72 2 73 No3red 70 76 CORNNo 2 mlxed 44Vs OATSNo 2 mixed 34y8 RYENo 2 49z PORKMess 18 00 18 12 2 LARDSteam 10 02Ya10 05 New York FLOURWin strts 3 55 3 65 WHEAT No 2 red 7- 9CORNNo2 mixed 6- 6OATSNo2 mixed 44 4 RYEWestern 61 PORKFamily 19 50 20 00 LARDSteam 10 65 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 7814 78Vi CORNNo2 mixed 618 61 IOATSNo2 white 42y CATTLEButchers 3 40 tlj 5 20 HOGSWestern 7 70 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red t 7- 7CORNNo3 mixed 0 50 OATSNo2 mixed H 39a PORKMess 17 50 LARDSteam 11 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 731 CORNNo mixed 43 OATSQ 2 mixed g 36Yi r it f C r1j fi Yf I c i i The Grip Leaves Thousands in its Path LL Weak Nervous Dyspeptic Catarrh Wrecks Grr02nd effecis1ie ty nervous ness dys 3ndathcr con fromthetire Materia Medica Ihave found no rem edy that equals Pe tuna for prompt m- cilonDr S B Hartman President The Hartman San tarium 11couutrJVictims of catarrh of the bead en tarrh of the throat catarrh of the lungs catarrh of the stomach catarrh of the kidneys catarrh of the pelvic s organs are to be counted b hundreds of thousands Grip is epidemic ca tarrh and sows the seed of chronic ca tarrh within the system This is so true that few grip suffer ers are able to make a complete recov cry until they have used Peruna Never in the history 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Inflammation and discharges wonderful as a cleansing vaginal douche for sore throat nasal catarrhta8 a mouth wash and to remove totter the teeth Send today postal card will do Sold by drngista orient poitpatd by u SO arndTilEitoten Ias TO HOMESEEKERS II FARMS GOOD praising BeIIcuredI Georgia Pkl5135 RUASOSA1ILU Climate I healthful never very cold or very hot Alt I marketable crops grown and bting better I prices than In the North Rhlbiali ample I and well distributed CORRESPONDENCE with Real ettats- I Agents In the North Invited IPr pempele write I H P SMITh Traffic Manager NASHVILLe TNN yt- J he disease out of niy system in a few and did not hinder me from pur suing my daily work- I should like to see our Board of Health give it official recognition and poorickJoseph A Flinn D L Wallace a charter member of the International Barbers Union writes from 15 Western avenue Minneapolis Minn- Following a severe attack of la grippe I seemed to be affected badly all over I suffered witha severe backache indigestion and numerous ills I could neither eat nor sleep and I thought I would give up my work which I could not afford to do One of my customers who was greatly helped by Peruna advised me to try it and I procured a bottle the same day I used it faithfully and felt- a marked improvement During the next two months I took five bottles and then felt splendid Now my head is clear my nerves steady I enjoy food and rest well Peruna has been worth a dollaradosetomeDLWallaceMr writesAgain after repeated trials of your medicines Peruna and Manalin I give this as my expression of the wonderful results of your very valuable medicine to to Mrs was sick she the and and for her and six keep her feet Mrs had and she her bed she told who her No 821 Ave I hired a girl to mind the chil dren tad to eisff she to crawl than to and worry about my little ones I got after a few days and let the girl I had noticed that she had sores on her face hands and arms but I paid no to that until my to pick and lie was then ten months old and the girl had paid more attention to him than to any of tho was fret ful and cross but as teeth I think much of that Even when a rash broke out on his face wasnt frightened that that is common with teething babies of my had it when little and I thought nothing about and back I had never seen any quite like it The skin rose in little matter came ouLMy skin was hot and how did He wouldnt eat and after I the floor with him weak as was Often I had to stop because I felt faint and my back with pain But the worst pain of to see my little boy burning with those nasty sores I believed had some from the girl but some of the said had eczema and that is not catching they told me Yes I gave him medicine and put salves and things on him I dont think they were useless Once in a while the itching to a bit but there was not much change for the better until a lady across the street asked me why I dldnt try the Cuticura I told her I had no faith in those you about in the papers She said she didnt want to on faith even to any money at first She gave me some Cuticura I think the box was about half fulland a piece of Cuticura Soap I lii Item sole in bulk dealer tries 4f J l j 1 l rr 1 NY A II1ournaf j c Crpept 7 f a million f- IIc1lms or cfflt ciencyofFeru n in tcllmng this Imattdyand sI t fecishas been the S in Its effects in my case after trials First it cured of chronic bron chitis of fifteen years standing by using two bottles of Peruna in Jan uary 1894 and no of it After I was cured of bronchitis I had la grippe every winter for several But through the of runa it got gradually weaker in se until it dwindled down to a mere stupor for two or three days jNow the stupor does not trouble 4 t any moreOhtPerry A Oflg55Um5fl5 Experience l Mouse of Representatives r Washington D C Peruna Columbus Ohio j4 Gentlemen I am more than satis fled with Peruna and find it to an excellent for the grip and ca tarrh I have used it in my family and they join me in recommending it aa an Very respectfully George H White isfactory results from the of rune write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full of your case and will pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Hartman President The Hartman Sanitarium O MRS BATHS BABY Touching of 4 Anxiety and Suffering Brings Blessed Cure Skin Baby and Peace and Rest Its Worn Out Mother 5 5s7r It no wonder that Helena Rath taken Singlehanded did all housework washed J mended husband Hans their children After a I 4 plucky fight Rath to yield early in 1902 took to What followed to a visitor at tidy home Tenth New York City do whatever longSickaround lie So up go attention Charlie youngest began scratch himself others Charlie he was cutting didnt I because everybody knows quite Several others it poorlittlething before iand he suffer night night walked I throbbed allwas poor caught disease neighbors he all seemed let up Remedies things read me go nor spend Ointment followed JcAYHAlGbe Ceanlno stamped 1004IWAXRANT sotI tic 4E Therecentw ir tlalmlng quickly Ifatkoffhe repeatet1rme return winters use Pe its verity mo Co be remedy all excellent remedy Tfyoudonotreceivepromptandsat use Pe statement he be Dr ot Columbus Tired Mothers Story I Cuticura Tortured is cooked to on called he the directions bathing Charlie and nuttingthat nice Ointment on the sores tFgi t I wouldnt have believed that my baby would have been cured by a little thing like that Not all of a sudden mind you Little by little but so surely Charlie and I both got more peace by day and snore sleep by night The sores sort of dried up and went away I shall never forget one blessed night when I went to bed with Charlie beside me as soon as I got the supper dishes out of the way and the older children undressed when I woke fup the sun was streaming in For the first time in six months I had slept through the night without a break Yes that fat little boy by the window Charlie and his skin is as white as a snow flake thanks to the Cuticura Remedies I think everybody should know about the Soap and also the Ointment and if it is going to help other mothers with sick babies go ahead and pub lish what I have told you MRS HELENA RATH The agonizing itching and burning of the skin as in eczema the frightful scaling as in psoriasis the loss of hair and crusting of the scalp as in scallcd head the facial disfigurements as in pimples and ringworm the awful suffering of infants and anxiety 2 of wornout parents as in milk crust tetter and salt rheumall demand a remedy of almost superhuman virtues to successfully cope with them That Cuticura Soap Ointment and Resolvent i are such stands beyond all doubt No statement is made regarding them that is not justified by the strongest evidence The purity and sweetness the power to afford immediate relief the certainty of speedy and permanent cure the absolute safety and great economy have made them the standard skirt cures blood purifiers and humour remedies of the civilized world cvncmtA REi2IZS are sold tle clillzeit world PRICtS Cutienra l elyen tOe per bottlo in the form of Chooolate coated Pilli SSe per vial of Cuticurs VLatmet tOe er box and Otitioura Sap SSc per cake Send for the great itumotire of th Blood Skin and Sesip and Itow to Cure Them 64 pagea 300 Diseases with IiIutrslions Tutlmenlalf and Directions la all languages Including Japanese and Chlneie British i Depot 2728 Oharierhous Sq Leaden Depot 5 Rue us Is Paiz Paris Aus 0 tralian Depot It Towns kCo Sytnsy POTT2t DRUG AND CIIfMICAL CORPORATION A tsole FrorItore Beaten U B A cit Dnplelo C C C Beware of the who to flU WANTED is nT p Medicine proven thaugbont 250 Bbl i Lartiroirsof5ee4PotatlnAmjes 1ftitViadjrtebsp Maoib seed TeItieIpeiiasearoaiW5eh6Sbuper 4 a atiJOHN SALZERIIflaCO La Or WI t DROPSY HEW DISCOVERT Un aDa cur wur IoCtsUmouislia4Isuapaunse 5 r is s 7 4 44 tCt CtC6B ciG6G c C5 C Gcz fr tJ C KG titfe STATE NEWS PICKUPS 4 n 4 4 1c ISENSATION AT FRANKFORT to Reputable Business Man Left Owing j Banks a Large Sum r Frankfort Ky March 12The sen reatlon of years In business circles here il histhet yCJdisappeared500 His family and business assoc 4 buiwhereaboutsthe sty of notes heldtonThoanks p HobiijFrankfort 25000 National Branch Ir natof1ifort 2600wat The officials named0 4banks decline to either cpnfirm or dc 1 ty the story of the amount of their lit holdings of paper but the directors sot the others confirm the amounts gi en above The notes anenburgh andbylocal merchant who had been Inter l 13 misslngspeculation PADUCAH FLOODED Many Buildings Standing In Water and Families Movingtiv Paducah Ky March 14 Many buildings are standing In water families were compelled to move auto dry spots Friday but all danger of rerious flood seems to be passed VICB eu j Friday night reads 475 feet and rising hafI urday and will be falling Sunday un ness rain sets in tho river will be fall I Ing lively next week Friday tho Thpthe yards of the l angstaff Orm Manufacturing Co is r under water The marine ways are c almost entirely under water Two feet more of water would submerge the wholesale district The back water has crossed several roads In the country and many farmers are cut oil rL trom the city InJi It May Be Deducted From His 71 000 FeesthI Frankfort Ky March 13ln the matter of Capt C C Calhouns fee ot 1 71000 for collecting the Kentucky war claim the attorney general to c whom the matter has been referred asked the auditor Thursday for aLUco I Itemized account of money heretofore paid to Capt Calhoun for expenses t Incurred in collecting the claim In 5 cluding railroad fare stenographers Hnd OrInumbers bad been so paid The at torney general fcas not given out hit opinion In the matter but It Is PO8 4J ble that he may hold that this 23 Ehoid be deducted from the 710I 0we 4 fee due Capt Calhoun icOdd Divorce Plea Henderson Ky March 12lleniLaLoyd filed a petition asking 4 ttrvnrced from his wife alleging that ihe has become a member of an or i ganization and society whose creed forbids husband and wlf living together and since December 1902 she has refused to livo with 1m Tiofpetition does not detail the the alleged organization Missing Welsenburgh Frankfort Ky March HThere were no developments in the Weisen burgh matter Friday The wife of the missing man has retained Attor VJA Hazelrigge and B G Wit llama to represent her husband and T this is taken as meaning that he Is arranging to return and answer the warrant sworn out against him by A z D Blanton his partner Petit After Entries Lexington Ky March 14S Petit secretary of the Petrolt Drivit club I eIngthe grand circuit at Us opening next gatronage from the Blue Grass horse men y County Officers Indicted c1nez Ky March HThe following rofficers of this county were Indicted L accused of willful neglect of official duty James A Williams M VstBlackburn J H Williams L D He- nW trustees of schools and Elijah k Hensley county Judge The latter a minister of the Freewill Bapt church Sues For f10000 Damages I4 s Taylorsvllle Ky March HLesHarpt of Mt Eden has brought sui against the Cumberland Telephone Co for 10000 Harp alleges that he was I severely Injured by an explosion of t dynamite while drilling boles for tbe company fSlierIndicted Lancaster Ky March 13T grand Jury Thursday returned an t dictment against J C Slier for voluntary manslaughter for the killing of I Dr Poyntz at Paint Lick In October p4 last If- Will Remain In Lexington I xington Ky March 1lProf B C Hagermaa the recently deposed president of Hamilton College this t i city has decided to remain In Lexlng ton and open an exclusive college for young ladles in opposition to his c v former college Smallpox at Stlllwater t Campton Ky March 13 County Judge Congleton received a telephone aliat ing cases smallpox bad i developed at that place There Is great excitement there Died After Brief Illness ylorsville Ky March 11Yr jars a weli known Insurance Ll died at the ho rae r 4 1t11am Spears here of kidney and er Trouble after a short Illness 1 Mr Spears was widely known and highly esteemed L Legacy From Unknown Source Louisville Ky March 11Mrs Nel e lie Br sher Button received word that i the had been left a legacy by a Mis spurl man who defrauded her fathui out of a valuable tract of land Tht fq jagd tas sine f been improved t r r e tJ jTy J r kf4t tJ I 1h1MiLLIONAIRE Dropped Dead at His Home Me Was About to Retire Lexington Ky March 12 Million alro Richard P Stoll dropped 1Itead at home here at midnight as he c ed his room to retire He was K rs of age And had suffered from D1ey for several years He was tho wealthiest nnd most prominent man presldentGas Co Stoll Hamilton whic 1ope rates two distilleries the Kentucky rse Breeders association treasurer the Street Railway Co director In- numerous other big enterprises ami the owner of much valuable business d residence property In 1900 ho s nominated for congress and wai defeated by South Trimble He w one of the most widely known whisky manufacturers In the South and Is a brother of C H Stoll who cnglncerctl rthe organization of the whisky trust d is now Its chief counsel Ht ves a widow and two sons WEISENBURGH LOCATEDait it U Understood He Is In Hiding IWCincinnati Frankfort Ky March 13A eel fercnco of the representatives of banks affected by the dlsappearancs L B itesimpression that a settlement will ha affected by which he will not be prosecuted under the warrant sworn out Wednesday night by his partner A Blanton It was ifylocated in in itisa settlementtlCSTRUCK SUBMERGED BUOY e Towboat W H Flint Sank to H rtu sliSecondLouisville Ky March 12The W H Flint a Pittsburg towboat whle co yu folebuoy in the middle of the Ohio rIv bel niowher second deck as she reached U diana shore She was in command her wi shlliisednneFli ThntdrLouisvilleweather has made tobacco soft ar thursdayleaf brought 1438 per owL TI efivLo po 11rtswe luiginal foPaducah cejgre we Opreflthisan an god44 both of Graves countyni anMadeWilllamstown Ky March 13Int- he arrest of Charles Birch am at eged be thief Marshal Clark j this city seems to havemade an po nl be bEtclosely questioned that he made a clean breast of everything A Louisville Plant Absorbedge II oilCoworks one of the largest agriculturalIwiimplement manufacturing plants In the south was Friday transferred to the American Seeding Machine Co re pr gnice cli1Shere is slowly receding having fallI four inches Friday All fears further rise has been dismissed The eater damage Is in the Green river ction and unless the water recedes shortly the agricultural prospects will be gloomy Killed By a Vicious BullwMunfordrllle Ky March 13John H th thisock was attacked by a vicious but and killed Mr Roe was past 70 years old and powerless to protect himself tlletto save his master Willis Proves An Alibi Cadiz March 14 d haaysIls charged with the assassination o f L goieutdischarged form custo YFrlday after n woonan alibiHReturned After 15 Years piInfrom home 15 years ago and was supposed to have been drowned has returned I home He has recently been In the Philippines as a soldier StOlive kiheand the brick companies on account o hihargecompanies IlSpecialFrankfort Ky March 11Coyf- iBeckham Tuesday appointed W W Field of Bracken county special judge of the Bracken circuit court during the coming term Judge Harbeson Is kept away by sickness In his familyne CharterWThe American Ticket Brokers association suit to revoke the charter of which asw recently filed In the state fiscal court here In the name of the Commonwealth Wednesday voluntarily If ave up the charter tIRescudLancaster Ky March 11Sam MohMlllan who became mysteriously 3 tried to throw him inelfescued by his sister The slcktieu ol jjbnday Tyas di to rat poison iS J j i3ft t ii i T z4 i t3 f t11 l r r AND AT MIDNIGHT n fluHourHour of the Worlds Woe Ioollli Virgin Irecil tn duI lite Period of Trilitiltit lot Srrinon It Ilic llZglsi Mud llyiTiiy rrruclier Copyrlfiht iO3 by A N Kellogg News paper CoI- Chicago March IJfC aItO nlllliIllOUt hilsiIqui tently11DIII to plan to work and to execute anil Cod lias often found it a cii veiiiunt season in which to move au hing men and carry out His etertialit purposes Tliu vord of our text are tafccn from the parable if the ten ir liegiuBridegroom us Ilo comes to claim Hiss bride anil jjn into the marriage sti per Hut it must not bo Niipposod that they fix drlinilcly tin hour of th nmeChrist Himself declared thai of t ii day and hour knowctb no man no not the angels which urn in Heaven neither the Sun hilt ihe Father timy be at morn n lien the day Is awak lug hen iinllK il thro darkness antI shadow Is lirraklnR That Jatis will como In Ihe fiillntss ItT glory o receive until the wnrlil Ills onn It may light tin at tnMilay U may e at t IJmay In pen iiatun hat th hlackncis of mlilnlKlit IIlhts Sloty AVIitn Jisuji rcr fives Ills iiwn Itut our IcM nithiT teiclits the ii n expected realisation of the proaiiKe Christ and of tin tigiltilt Olivets ot who lold the licnenwiirdjii Iz g liseipcK that this same Jesus giicliflVfl Khali so come in like manner ns ye have seen Him go Into Heaven The midnight hour is suggestive of e stillness nnd rest and oblivion of ye1paIicnUJlit parable before us we are tidd 1thaI the ten yirgins who have gone rth to meet tlio liridegrooni rciit Iathrsrat midnight here rittmn cry us In I Thess 410 that the Lord Himself all descend from Heaven with a with the voice of the arch gcl and with the trump of God ere is no intimation that the cry reaches the cars of tiny save the teji virgins or that it raises fear or ead in their hearts The waiting ChriltIs e cry and trims the lamps in roadi to receive its coming Tord The e wise virgins with time oil of the 013 Spirit filling their hearts 11111I eping the flame of their faith burn g brightly pass cpiickly on to meet eir coining Lord and go with liii IIond into the marriage supper The live olish virgins whose heads have re ived the truth in regard to till rist but whose hearts have mil Sitiriilie t me of their faith in the crucial 3iny that deficiency tIme door is shut ul the wall of disappointment and guish bursts from their lips ITT declares Ttcv O Campbell Morgan the eminent Tlibln riiMr nno exr ntoC ftc t ip ni w m nfi warrant frf Of t f1 lih t iii st t pntu Jimeiit t ihii istlint thoy will liav t pass tlirotiqli the tribulation from which the wiiic ImeICS C1pC1 This is no exception to the neral rule of Scripture by which is symbolic of the 1101 ilmoseth the King to the marriage Cfl1 Iliwill be such as have a full th tieThe tribulation to which Mr Mor fintween the time of translation of time church and time return of the imrclm with its Lord to rule over the orld during the millennial age TIle foolish virgins who were watching but rIOt ready will be left behind iiGthe worM to endure the trials distress of tile tribulation period But to pass on to the tltoigbltwhich we wish to draw from for it is not our purpose to IlenI th vehich are the necessity of prepared i n e 1se e absolute inability of one saint ving a part of his lIupplof lbtHoly Spirit to fill up the lack of careless one who has failed to iinnhttthe precious oil We do need e solemn admonition of Christ ith which he closes this parable and WATCH Klisha would never have been in the place where Elijahs mantle could fall upon his shoulders d he not been watching intentlyCnn d preparing untirlnglJ ing of the prophet into Heaven and you will never be neatly to stelup ard to meet your Lord and go with im into the banqueting ball of It eaven unless you are watching with tile eye of faith and have the ohoeparation of the Holy Spirit fiulinice lamp of your heart HE Midnight Hour It was ilL midnight that the Bridegroom icame Darkness grim darkness s ton 11ayStrnngeme I It is not so with man The in orJhenable church wedding comes to claim s bride at the altar But Christ the is coming at the black hour of midnight to take to Himself ls bride the church It is significant It is declared of Jesus upon His rst advent into the world that He came as Light intodarkness but the Oarknrss comprehended it not and wesingThe hole world was lost In the dark ss of sin It was dark at Jesus coming It illbe the blackness of midnight which wilt wrap the world in its folds when e comes again The morning light may be just breaking in time east Ijo awaking the world to another day but it marks the advent of time return ing Lord it will be the midnight of to- worlds sin The sun may have iled majestically up the blue of the eavens and be riding gloriously in Its mijtIngi Ft r t r 4 then come It wilt be the midnight of Sutans greatest triumphs over men- The births may luivp caroled their Inrt thlIldpalnlehehilldhand on the dial of flodV eternal piir- poses has iniivril to the hour set by Cod for the ni urn of Christ the Ihrist will come vinging upon time full new nfndo me to earth and His advent will find till world wrapt in the midnight of ils own thoughts and plans anil purposes At niiilinglit lluro was a cry made Behold the Ii rid ig run iii coineth CANNOT know time day the calendar of lime which will echo lilh the llriMcnly flmul anil mark the flight of the it Ii t church from he eaHh to mccl Its Lord in the tip per air tqv IHJIJ nut discover tlicwon IIdlrfnl secret by Marrhing over long and diligently in Gods Word for nut there but toclc in the in nermost reerics of the heart of Ve may nut een ilnrc to guess the hour for when nod xaysnomnmknow cth lime lay nor time HUUIt neither the 1IIIIJ unit nut een time Son hnt the only pinees the rlllltion nh 5 ely outsvile the pale of human reast thrighl t held with in tnn effort to fathom its mystery It worse titan fully to attempt to figure out a problem that he mighty angels of Heaven are not able to solve of which even time Sun on the throne kcrt in ignorance and which He has no dvsirc to know He abides in the willof the Falhcr It enough tJleothe joy and lmo of the Christian heart will lie rcnlied enough to know that this psiis is coining again and that v1i He comes the lead Christ lestis will rise from their graven uml with the Ihinglorints will he caught tipinto Iii air to incut t heir Iinl nohlg for tii to knnw this and to comfort line another with these words lii let its herd Christs warning until Telln1 in faithful service lie patient unto ills coming Fur Tair uns on to My behold till lniFliinil man wailclh fur tile precious fruit i iherarlliand hath long patience forit until he receive the early and the hit ler rain He ye tibia patient stablish our hearts for lIe coming of the 11rord ilraweth nigh j B on ri so is is G it It or it is an is as is is in It is If IIT although we numyiol know the lay nor the hour bud in lIi urd hits set iiin1 sign lmsts wide- will indicate to the believing heart tJiat the day Is approaching llutranl declares that day shall not come ex nept there come n falling away first anil that man of sIn be revealed tii son of perdition who npposeth an- I iiA oxallclli himself abcmveaii that is caiic God or that is worshiped so thatlir 8 s Rimeingiliseiples desired to know time sign of Hie eotning of the Lord and Jesus in llie twentyfourth chapter of Matthew outlined to them some of the condi ions which would prevail in the world previous to Ills ncond coming nnd losingwitlm the declaration that this Gospel if the Kingdom ilinll be preached in all the vvorl lfor a witness unto all nations and then shall the COllie And these words of Icsus open up to us two iertn in ties in connection j with the second coining of Christ which help us to more clearly under stand the sigiiiliennce of the midInight hour as marking the advent ofIthe llridegroom itt the parable be fore us First the unbelief of the world will ie full and second the cliurcli the body of Christ will be complete Tin preaching of the Gus pel of Jesus Christ nlway uloes one of two things It either Ings sal raliiin to the soul or it hardens soul to the point of at lVAiinii M rcjlelingfhe l M il ti v licit melts the 0 LIt it inav be molded nun ntvv form let k the clay into he hardness of adin nt The mira es which were wrought by the hand of Moses in the land of Egypt soft ened the hearts of the Hebrew chil reim so that they recognized Godi upon them and were willing to e led out of their bondage while at a same time they hardened the heart of 1haraoli to the point of nal and absolute rejection of Gods claims upon him so that notwith standing every home in Egypt was a house of death and the land shook under time awful judgment of God he hired to rush out with Ills reat army to fight against God and ods people It was the hour of midnight which marked the close of Pharaohs probation and sounded the terrible note of Gods judgment It was the midnight hour which re ealed the power of the blood of thet diaseitaifxpectantbrought tile light and joy of Gods resence as lie delivered them from heir bondage The point of Egypts In nmh rejection of Gods appeal and he point of the Hebrews full obedi ence to the will of God touched at midnighthour blworldtItheInhnst0themost parts of the earth Sj brought to a saving faith in ChriGtI is for this that the tllwhenfull fruitage and when then the body of Christ will be q made completee IlIEf nsttJncesIIThen fullfillment of the mllion611shall stdcowhich tlhedireferredsrlationearth will then certainly have Itsge jjvhumaneiology fraternalism philanthropy nnd all the other lauded bulwarks o f civilization will have their boasted strength tested The deceitfulness of the human heart will be laid bare in the presence of the unrestrained a wer of the arch deceiver for there will be nothing then to hold him in recheck The human arm will be shown er be too short aiid too weak to the wrestle with the Juris and and skill of the devil Man is not ye ready to give up the task of over r an coming and controling the evil in the an world He still thinks he can sue cd mind win ultimately triumph hutth ope yill be hupest with himself and f Zits N read the newspapers he will have to admit that there are no present mi li cations that success is any nearer than when the Uabelitcs sought t u build to Heaven and link the two in lasting union lint In the time of the tribulation the power of Satan will be manifested and realized and man will see the utter folly of hop ing to forge the chains which wi bind him Christ forged the cimnit during His forty days in the wilder ness which alone arc strong etmoti to bind Satan and when He returns at the end of the tribulation period to rule with His saints over the world the chains will he put into full use anti Katan will be bound John in prophetic vision saw thus when he wroie And 1 saw an angel coal down from Heaven having the key the bottomless pit and a great ciiai in his hand And he laid hold on the dragon that old serpent which ix the devil und Satan and bound him a thousand years and east hint into the bottomless pit and shut him iii IInnd set a seal upon him that it should deceive the nations no mom till the thousand years should be ful tilled That will marl the dawning of a new day for time world 1k the midnight must yet conic bringing in the woes of tribulation before the millennial age can come illb1lght11with joy for its stillness will ii bthethe heaveilly voice of the archangel nwakellinge fIs clnllliIIAtiflor denomination called is the brkl ufIIe nndIResting upon the promises of ncluo the midnight darkness draws near nnalIThou art coming 0 my Saviour 1JnginIn Thy glory alltranscendent singComlnHerald brightness slowly swellComing Q my glorious Priest Hear we not Thy golden bells comingSIIV shall see Thee we shall know Thee Vo shall bless Thee we shall show Thee sayWhatHinging out our love to Thee Pouring out our rapture sweet t Thine own allglorious feet Thou art coming We are waiting With a hope that cannot fall Asking not the day or hour esting on Thy word of power Anchored safe within the veil Time appointed may be long DUI the vision must be sure Certainty shall make us strong Joyful patience can endure O the joy to see Thee reigning Thee my own beloved LorJ confessingWorshIp Brought to Thee with glad accord Thee my Master and my Friend Vindicated and enthroned Unto earths remotest end Glorified adored and owned HI Shout time Voice the Trump And at miclnieht there was a cry maths The ten virginsbeard that ry but there is no evidence that oth ns heard the cry or knew the bride groom had come except as the five wise virgins who went in to the mar riage supper were missed from their aecustomed places The waiting ex pectarit church will hear the shout of its Lord and the voice of the arch nngel and the trump of God but there is nothing in the Scriptures to lead one o bfHfrt ht tin world will be con 10I4lmoeThe delicately n receiving in Etrument of the wris telegraph will ready respond io the vibrations of tho sending instrument across the pitchbutso tuned would be as insensible to the et 4deadChrJwtian heart which is tuned to the expectant hope of a returning Lord need not fear that the thrill of the midnight cry will not be felt Tin shout of the coming Christ will set the chord of the true believers hearts to ihrating and theJ will mouat on the wings of faith to join their voices with the voice of the archangel while the trump of God fills the Heavens with its triumphant music Ah at midnights what hope to make the dark hours of waiting bright Ah what need of watchfulness that time heart may be ned to hear the cry Ah what sad- sappointment to be among the five olis virgins who are shut out of the marriage supper Oh Christian WATCH YE Youmay be ready to go with your Lord when He comes if you will Spiritual A4niophrrr Our faith in spiritual things does not conic wholly from the Bible or indilectlyblltcontagion emanating from liv companyfpoint of view their per onnlitis radiate the atmosphere of theIings above the earthly There Is- o higher or finer test of the real of ones chnraeter than this do not care how orthodox or convincing the preacher is unless there emanates from him something that his words do not say his sen will be as sounding brass or clanging cymbal They will make noise but they will miss being nde Hut no man can gain this btile quality of life by merely riving for it It is the net out me of his character and of his bitual moods Sincerity of ouglmt resolute adherence to cou tion and responsiveness to the 1sonaityrce And those who seek to be od in this world and make their es a blessing and spiritual uplift others will find this the pathof their largest influence Boston Watchman The Secret of Life It is not until the soul has learned t better wisdom learned that tIme hu man race is one and that none can ally rise by treading on his broth men learned that true art i4 not slave of luxury but the servant happiresst gived I when site brings others with her can placeIiemmry I j 2fl IALL TIRED OUT Timo wearyw- ornout alltired feelings come to everybody who 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Heyft CoronaColtCaution SaOiSkSaeI 801140808 DOtTOLAStern refWIWESTERN CANADA GRAIN CROWING MiXeD FARMING TIlE REASON WOT wore wheel U crown tn Western Canada In a few short months is because TteetaUon grows In to the rbs more northerly the latitude In p5IfPilttflnn pounds per buinel u ss ialruandard as pOundsin EaU Arc under seep In Western Canada 190S 1987830 Acre Yield IOCS 1179S7 4 Bushel HOMESTEAD LANDS OF 160 ACRES FREE tbe onlj cbarje for which is SID for millnit entry Abundance of water and fuslcnetD building ma terial good grass for asneetent raicfail audaclImetegtTltItiiassUTCd- aaa adequate season of growth Send to tbe follow tug for a a Alias and other literature and alto for certmcate IIn you reduced frelpfatacd paweiier ImmIgristlueWinwaLaw Bldg Toledo Oblo J C ODSCAN KoOm e t11s9iosrIat ss Mrs F Wright of Oelwein Iowa is another one of the million women who have been restored to health by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound- A Young New York Lady Tells of a Wonderful Cure My trouble was with the ovaries grewtoodreadfully from inflammation and helpIsations with the most awful pains low down in the side and pains in the back and the most agonizing headaches No one knows what I endured Often everylittleto work for three or four days I work in a large store and I suppose stand lug on my feet all day made mo worse At the suggestion of a friend of my mothers I to take Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable pound and it is simply wonderfuL 1 felt better after the first two or three doses it seemed as though a weight was taken off my shoulders I con tinued its use until now I can truth fully say I am entirely cured Young girls who are always paying doctorA bills without getting any help as I did ought to take your medicine Itcosts so much less and it is sure to cure them Yours truly ADELAIDE FRAIIL 174 St Anns Ave New York Citysooo forfeit If ordinal of about MM treeing genuineness cannot tt produced coloredservantsare slower How is that Mrs Bbo ieaveTownandThe only competition worthy a wise man u He who follows the guidance ofallreaches the cnl nfnTtm Ttn dl jRETQ k1i1jAl Via Dubuque Waterloo and Albert Iea Fast Vestibule Night train tth through Sleeping Car BuffetLibrary Car and Free Reclining Chair Car Dining Car Serrice- cflrOutC TicketsofagentsollCRR and connecting lInes p 5XPE4nW MILITARY oUNT Greatest Cheapest rood onEarthorShepwin Cattle etc 4shierISullen Dollar 8rsswill poiitiTtir auks rle HUES sf5y aatt or acra sisDrmsPseSp1l Ua afaal 51aaera sit Tfoaiala Tlaldi 10O imOuin foddir ptrura Porthls Notloand10onalttlf nulai ut arm Baal il a III JOJWA3ALZER5EEDCI1 i JPiLES AEgives ye in lief and POSITIVEP riLESforAXAKE818 Trtb one buihdlcr New York l AN KB 1961 I l eJOT CASH FORtLANDWARRANTS ed tooiiisis of avr Aio 5nidmersAddi000ai J f i iI f S iI tf 1 SS i I cr 1t wq = Ml4 to i4oumooK1unr1sH1oco ih iI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE ChStoaW IloxAKEu Owlngsvillp 4iJ 1y- l wpS SS dS ANNOUNCEA1ENT For Circuit Court Cle We are authorized to announce t7 iimes L Conner as u candidate for Pi5 Circuit Clerk of Hath county sub 13lCtto tho artion of the Democrat V 3 iu party Election November 1003 a Wo are authorized to announce rz Jason Mnrk ns a candidate fur Circuit Court Clurk of Hath roun ty subject to the action of the Democratic partytes TilE lower Mississippi country ts more suitable fur the habitation Tf aquajjc birds and flsh than hu luan beings The loss will be vnormcuifi Tun Lexington Sunday Herald of L March 8th contained writoup of the Herald in its new home nndn history of Luxinglon nnwjpaperF It was an unusually interesting edition4 ANDREW CUJVEOIS offora to fin t hnce any feasible plan to build n raIIroail uniting tho notions of North and Smith America IIc tustn like ho is In earnest now iu Avishing to tile poor ttlb = ta1rBcelilmm is declared ineligible I ApIn candidate for Governor so a sup 4 posed inspired dispatch from Mt Sterling says Tho campaign in4 4 Lilh= PKESIDEKT ROOSEVELT ii said to 4iavo bon informed that tho getI Ik5 richquick turfin lest mcn t con corns were enabled to ply their ne j fnrious tmtllc through tho mails by omcinlslno man eecape tho public will he pleased S j THE Cuban Senate htfl ratified the Reciprocity treaty hut the U 2 is Senate hns amended it rn thatI tho House has to concur in it when tS vr itinetts lignin to make it effective t If Calm cant get along without 4 tariff concessions from the U 8 jrotcrtionistj she hud better order l iojui sample Collins q Ponio Kico is gtillzt foreign country as 1Iliss Isabella Gonzales ft native of that Island was held to bo an ulifn nail denied admittance to this country at New York on the lv ground tTiit she is HUolj to become n public charge Porto Rico like Hawaii and the Philippines is do ii mestic for holding and foreign for klllnln JWniTTAKERWnionT who as the Napoleon of proraotors in England c is alleged to have swiped umpty steen millions nnd lircd like nn Emperor olopod to Now York I where he was jugged on arrival to await the British olliccrs Among g his alleged victims arc Bcvoral high up lord He says Wright wrong 5S- rnobody and his arrest IBflfl out rage 5I uiTkwja ays without fjTjivo- cai40 tr h t UeTiouVTifpolitics for i good Lit politics bHOt out of r willingne8srwhenever desired This is as if gtj= I i be ready for ThirdTermism ant IIu it is past saving as a representative t JSrepublle Clevelands place in his 4 tory aiono of thegrertest antI most J I f3 heroio Presidents is secure It- t is doubtful thut there was another j man In America brave enough and strong enough to huvo saved tbe 3 F financial honor of the nation ittS lt the time and in the manner thut he 51q ISCORRESPONDENCE 41 FerrytitSrr Jataea Spurlock sold Joseph Purvia and James O Sucdegar u Sfl of horses for17O- UoJlieJoneflngcd25ond Miss 555t SMaryIb Shrout aged 22 were narricd Sunday by Elder U H 1 patresidence of the bridesa i parents Mrand Mrs A WShrout of this place WoextendCOII rt leps4Jones Stepstones itfm Buck Sharp in here sightseeing and trying to see a good time He dlI tcb esurely lives easy rfz Thos Gumit had our clerk out tiding Sunday Say Tom why dont you settle lawn to businessvI VH Montjoy of Ewington was here Sunday seeing his sitter and uncle B F Myers Jr rind C H zc4 J eid and families c Thos Duff wholeft here about ten daysago to locate in the West has found no place like this und will return this weeky mptf wards Mill to tho house of hisif brotherinlaw John KaTrick at thiR rt p1aco and both fuwtlies will livc ttogetherf Mynhier Carpenter moved iron the llelwig house hero to his P s nwii house on the Poword farm nCUII lP5r 1r there last Thursday Wm Helwig moved ntntie Douso Vacated lJIMr Carpenter FridftyIrft 9SS Misses Uusli b nafAellnrebcrelilitfng their uu 4eleBF Jr and greatun ce C B Jloid and fuuiilifS before having with their parents J T S1tiriiesand witcor Mssouriwhe e itijaj expect tp wiiLp their howe j J L f 5L 17Ii 1 t r ooh 3L r =r w h M Sour StIngs Hello you boss over there at the depot Tho smallpox is over now and you are at the old job again Will Penis has moved from the Rutliir farm to the toll gate house- dan Granvillc Medley will leaveOd arger Branch for Pond If tho Mud Lick hoys dont quit cutting big trees and catching so opossums there is no tellingL what Olympia will find next ont suppoiie that Durritt will try to hunt them withOld Pete next timl Sprlncfield Sum BigEtaff is very ill atMrsMt ShrJi last week LiMiWaller Boyd Thursday night Ed Taylor and wife attended the theatre at Mt Sterling Wednesday night Albrrt Robertson moved to nant house on Mrs L A Swath ers place Mrs Maggie Taylor nnd MistoMaud Spratt visited Miss linn June FriolnyiiMrs Will Fmdthpre and little son of Ewington visited Mrs Jas J ones laPi week We have had so much rain that the farmers are very Into with their grOkla Wn had u few days of sunshine last week which were needed very much Mr and Mrs Nick Bard of B ethel visited the lattcrs sister Mrs lames Cram from Friday until Sunday Mrand Jirs Johnt Markland and sun Virgil of Odessa visited Minda Mrs Brack Jones Saturday night and Sunday Julia Stewart while pruning ap e trees last week fell on a sprout at bud been cut off and hurt hide 9 si has not been able to bo out any since THE SIcMrs Bryant Denton Iewho line bten poorly tom sometime t is no better and her son Willie who accidentally shot himself sometime ago is not able to sit up any yet The meeting conducted by Revs Sanford and Snapp closed here Sunday night wih three additions to the church and several that had bnckslidcd caIne back into the church They wcru cordially IOv heLl bnck to preach againf Crooks Mrs Henry Johnson is quito g ickoMiss Bessie Roy of Stepstonc visited hero lust weekgG R Armstrong went to Louis villo on business SaturdayoJohn Vice shipped carload of cattlo to Cincinnati Wednesdayc Clark Luwrey and Mr Anderson of Mt Sterling wore here Sunday Miss Carrie Nixon of Owings ville was here lost week looking for a school Hendrix Co shipped a carload of hogs and cattle to Cincinnati Saturday Lent Hollund of Fcrd Clark o visited relatives bert fxutn 1rifcy uiail Monday iiuk Wecdon and wifo of Mt Sterling visited Mrs Ws mother Mrs Saw Ratliff Friday and Saturday Misses Bcoihio Crouch nnd Care r lie Cooper of Owingsvillo wei tlosts of Miss Lillio Johnson Sat rday and SundayaGeorge Baruesnnd wife left Sot parentsinMuskogeeIndhm home The Lest wishes of their many friends go with them aSharpsburgWesley Jones doesnt seem to be doing much good It ill strAnge how much trouble ono crank can make There are eovaral crops of tobacco hero yet unsold A woman never carries anything around without wrapping it upsJohn C Arnold has a very sick child threatened with pneumonia We cannot understand how a girl stands all the ribbon around her neck Honesty would not be suchavaluable trait if it was not for its scarcityiAfter n woman gets married she wonders three times a day what eho will have for the next meal Wo have heard that it rained and onIl1stSaturdnybottom out of Mark Donaldsons new runabout G T Young and Jim Conner of Owingsville were Saturday Uncle Jim gets around mighty nice and ensy Better keep your weather Yeoa him JHCC S J There have been a very few tobacco v beds sown here as yet on oc count of the bad weather and from reports tho usual acreage Vwill b1 Iput out if tho season will permit IMr Henry Gillispic of Clark Co wlri hud been visiting the fam Jiy of CABrown for several weeks spent Thursday and Friday with wuyhomeThe dirt roads have been in a de plorable condition some of our doctors have to hitch on the way and walk to get to some of their Patients hard but some or thorn need exercise i i tl = Ihd Olympia Milton Carpenter moved to Knob Lick Charlie Smith went to Coring ton Tuesday Bob Swetnam visited relatives at essa Sunday Clay Shultz started to Magnum county Monday Mrs Mantla Swamis went to Snit kk on business Tutu Montjoy will move to L E unction ltieittliiyS Miss Lizzie Johnson visited Miss Elfiu Swaits Saturday JaMtW W Otis antI wife of SaltDck visited thoir sister at th CteFarmers Sunday Mrs J P Gopher and Mrs Sid ISfa thmily lathtirseveral weeks visit with friends ntl relatives Beech Woods James hedger died Sunfrnv night Will Hunt called on his best girl undayhJan n Stono bought a mare of L S Shrout for 85 W S Gud ell is putting up a windmill on his farmtIThomas Stone nnd wifo visited at David Baileys Saturday and Sunday Willie McNabb of Slate Valley visited Will Horseman Saturday and Sunday Farmers are much behind with their work sonic few have sown tobacco beds THE SictcLittloAwbroseflaiioris no blood poison Jns Horseman and family visit 5id Ed Horseman and wife Satur dcayandSundayWell boys you can talk about oldfashioned opossum hunting Oscar Horseman beats the record in this neck of the woods Ho hunted four nights and on the fiRinight old Lyno treed Oscar ed the tree and shook thirteen possums off of ono limb The man that buys those coon hides At tIursUpper Prickly Ash lIon Daniel Harper is able to be ut again There are several cases of la rippe here Caleb Ratliff was at Salt Lick ne day lust week on business Almanza Stone lost n nice milch Stowa young calf Aluian za Stone and wife itm S findaywife on Roes RunaMrs George Kerr visited W W Clark and family on Flat Creek Saturday and Sund ay John D Stone of near Carlisle vfited his spn R L Stone o4d v Ifom Friday till Sunday Jackson Markland and wife vis ited their daughter Mrs Robert Tinchor on Slate Creek Sunning Mrs Jennie Hamilton visitelher sister Mrs Pierce i snMrs Fannie Coyle of lower rickly Ash is able to bo out again fter a long spell of typhoid fever She visited her mother Mr Jennie Hamilton last week telegran1InstJohn Will was very low with ty phoid fever Mr Manly and Al fred and eoninlaw John Powers ll left for Ashland Tuesday Bethel Some of our sick are improving slowly Bertie little daughter of Thos pneumoniaRev W W Spates and wife FlemingsbllrgI Ollie Arresmilh and Allon Judy of Lexington visitsd tho formers parents last week Mr and Mrs Ed Gregory have repaired and furnished thoir home on north Main street vIsitinginleg where she was a pupil for eevetal ycard j yeorPfdiedSaturdnyJnFleUllngsburg She received some time during the cold weather a fall which was UleI cause of her death She leaves two sons Scth of Owingsville rnd daughtersMMiss Amy who was living with her at the time of her doatitalya Dee only daughter of Will jlPcters died at the home of her Mrs AHa Land in Mt Sterling after a tow days ill Tneas was aged 13 years The tremains were interred here Sunday afternoon beside her mother She leaves n father one brother andn host of relatives to mourn their IOSB The remains wore followed to their last resting place by a large concourse of sorrowing friends The family have the heartfelt syrnI yIYaChristian churchcOutlook Job Work isjjest TV u 1 =Salt Lick J feo5W J Full and wife loft Tuesday for Pittsburg The infant of B F Wills has be peenaliMrsnear Licking Union the past veokKn Mrs Wm Atchison is visiting relatives at Winchester and Car lisle Ernest Kercheval spent Sunning wi in Lox in glgtonMiss Kato Bates of Scranton isof the guest of her sister Mrs Press We arc to state that Mrs eirIOIl illness clyirty attended Joiirt at Mt Ster ing Monday Miss Mamie Sheehan of Owing ville visited Miss Lillian Barnes e past week Leo Snodekcr shot eight well JOilMrs Peach Robbins of Hunting W Va was the guest of Mrs IInnte Reeves several days last week tiDrillingIl wedrickIfgnowEmery and Everett Caldwell h ave bought out the grocerystock of Sherman Gullet and will con flue the business at etmo stand A C Whitconib and wife of Lexington topped over hero Fri day and Saturday on their way home from a trip up in West Vir ginia The remains of Chns Kennedy who died at Farmers on March nth were brought hero anti interred nt the Barnes burying ground on tho following day John unwell had a narrow escape from serious injury at Camps IUWl mill Friday His clothing caught1 n tho machinery and before he ould be extricated his arm and ead were bruised and hurt Mud Lick Ed Carrington is sicktIt is nico to be handsome but it n handsomer to bo nicoJCleveland Downs and wifo will leave Tuesday for Illinois All who have whoopingcough de are getting on badly enough C T Etnbry of Mt Sierling is here looking after his oil interests Wm Highlcy sold six liege und a cow to Sum Liuhram for jjij75 Mrs Lou Turner hits moved into the bouso of Douglas Smith nee r here Any man may make a mistake but none but a foul will coulinuv in itA secondclass joke has caused isanyriend- ItG W Sponccl is able to bo at Again after a confinement of Sev eral weeks Wuide Richardson has moved back to Ticktowti on account cijJIJ hisTie ILh Wofearu dOlynpiaon pox We are more titan glud Waide Richardson sold his hugs o his brother R T for 17 The latter resold them to James Rube on for 13 John Baihford and Woldy Staton bought boundary of timber to inc Wills Sr let of 7SaltWo believe thut people living near Olympia will bo blown away hy gas from tho amount they used that night coon hunting From tho number of oil iden that have passed lucre inthe last week there must be n good prospect for oil qnLittlo Salt Lick We give it up that J K Jack sons coon story beats our opossum story He did not mention exactly judgingfromcd riot less titan fifty Thats right Head of Salt Lick crow when you fly off the roost so we can tell where you are I guess that big tree moved you when it foil so I hope wo can hear from you oftener now as you have waked up Odessa A number from hero attended the funeral of F T Jones at Ow ingsville Saturday Joule L Darnell who loft here on the 9th of this month for Louisville on a business trip spent a row days there and is now in Hoopston Ill R R Swelnam of Olympia at tended his father Inlaws funeral Saturday and visited his wife who n lyIghtA table gave way by some means Monday morning in Mrs W B Powers diningroom and broke about 8s worth of tableware We sked Woods if ho had an Old John Law spell but ho says not Another good man moved from this community to OlympiaBArnold and family Wo commend them to the people of Olympia as worthy of their confidence and trust upright and honorable in dealings Success to Ben sid fllml1yITiltord Garner and a rived here from the West SundayI evening The former who hod just up from a long sick spell when ho left here last fall came back on a bed and is at this writing Mont ay jn a critical condition does not know any one except at times Mr Editor Jf you hayp room = hb i r Bvs ltnpe give space for us to say a w worde of what wo know in re gui rd to tho lifo of 71 yesra 6 mouths and 3 days of that noble is man Franklin Thompson Junes wlioso death Was at any time ox eled by UP yet wo could not meTzo the loss wo sustnined until reached us that he couowingtc Ihe day of his death mvrr ki pi mtesookcd like flit times jgnomyvalid wife in bed anti 2 or 3 years tho same time bedfast himself joing at that time heavily in deb for land with an abundance of so curity debts to fall upon hunt und ght children to raise yet ho was never known under nil these trying rculUstnncCIl to fnlteror tofull r the Inst 20 years has antit faithful member of tho Christian Church at White Oak the mot of which time he was older and ruled hi kisanil ministered unto tho poor and If nay man fulfilled that passage of Scripture That of he that cometh theo to borrow turn him not a ofwayman was more deeply dovoted to his wifo and children and no ma tIto would do more or go further for n friend and tho best tot of a Chris tuanho would do Ices against nn eneniIa he had one Therefore olule example be followed live for 0o hnuidlovoAnd prepare to meet him III Heaven above His NKiaunott most CHILDHOOD Stoops Grass has begun to look fine in this vicinity Movers have nboutquietcdnba for another year J II honey is out again after n spell of tho grip Born March 14lh to Albert Roberson and wife a son The greatest efforts sometimes uiako tho greatest failures Will T Bryant returned lust week from HotSprings Vn IAll of tho tobacco crop in this neighborhood has been soldFJosiah Wilson sold hicrop of tobacco to hide at 7c per lbRSF Deal and wife of near udy visited relatives hero Sun day Miss Lizzie Warner of Judy was tho guest of Miss Maujo Kissick last week heavilyhe on t UBO their legseStephen M Warren and wife visited Hack Shrout and wife near Mt Sterling Sunday Blaino Hart of near Olympiu v iited his sister Mrs A Sunday anti MondaywWord from Marion Bridges says that ho has been greatly benefited by his stay at Hot Springs There arc n grEntJU7ny ploplt who lako their troubles tqGix and keep their joys to themselves W J Pnnell and family left Wednesday fur Newton CIIllo 911utiPei1O1C thcirbomo iRalph Skt5ster Mist Hattie of Richlanu i u ipe FnJay to visit relatives itxtuis ty J B Carter and filmily left Ins t week for Greanvicw III Vo wish Brack all kinds of good luck in his now home Joe Coons sold and delivered his rop of tobacco about 15000 lbs o George A Peed at 7c all bu- 00lba at 311 Well wngor a fivecent piece against a chow of tobacco that Stoops can show some of the court inest boys in tho State The 2 postage stump soon to be issued will bo of great convenience to persons wishing to send their household furnUure by mull Pete Goodnand son Clell of near OwingsvUTisited the for mers brotherDL Goodan Sun day and attended Court at Mt Sterling Monday UrucoP nLouisand Randall Stokolj reprc8e xlA the ChilesThouipson Grocer iyj of Mt Sterling beeiegcd ourW r chant lost week if FarmersIThere has boon soother good tide in Licking grct amount of timber again clime down Dr Thos A E Evans has moved his office from bis residence to over Warren Holleys store on Main street Rev Wade of Ashland has been holding a protracted meeting at tho Christian Church since the first of last week Several additions have been made to the church Mrs Dr A W McCleese is very ill at hor home here j also her sister Miss Nora Cassidy who hat been residing with hor for some time is very low with fover W C Glover was called to Ow ingAville last week by the illness of his mother Mrs G A Burhridge who la dangerously ill much to the sorrow of our whole community Willis G Moore formerly in tho grocery business here but now lo catcd at his home near Stopstone is spending n few days here tho guest of relatives and friends The Rev Wades series of meetoore pbeingand community It is hoped that much good will be1 accomplished during these meetiugprThe new boiler for the quarry of the Rowan County Freestone Co i arrivefl JasJ week nnd with juuch i a i 1M I1J iiI ditliculty it was placed on the mountain which required quite II number of maths Oilier machinery arriving dally und by the first of g April everything will be iu full blast he new gasoline bunt which IsI owned by Vm Alexander and WI1SI uiiIetctl lucre lost wctk started her trial trip up Licking Ia f Wednesday with G W Calvert pi anti C G Clayton onginoort om the rate at which ilwejourney The destination is Sal yersville Charles II Kennedy aged 75 Crifl er long suffering with rheurna tis ill and kidney trouble died atchis homo lucre Monday morning March Jth 1003 He leaves an nit ag gtiloss of kind husband and an slice tionnte fat her UnclH Charley as ho wits familiarly called was one ofollr host and oldest citizens nd und eociuhle to everyone he- met and a more accommodating man never resided in our town He wns elected Magistrate and held the olllce several terms iu this district tho county with great satisfac on to the people antI much hone himself While his death was expected for some time it was u great shock to our town and con tunityand he will bo sadly missed by all who know him The heartbroken wife and son also near rel atives have tho deepest sympathy f our whole people in this tho so our of their bereavement His remains were interred near Salt Lick Wo loved him yes wo loved him But Jesus loved him more And he has sweetly culled him To yonder shining shore T openedAnAnd with farewells unspoken Ho calmly entered home Grange City Bro J R Jones will preach here the 5th Sunday morning Mrs Allen Rawlings will leave eoba for Cincinnati where she will buy her spring and SlImmer millinery Misses Addyo Newman and Nirl1 Denton attended the Gardiner ewtnnn reception at Mt Carmel ridaySDAVID ROVPES DEATH David oyse died at halfpnst 9 oclock Monday morning March 2d 1903 GrnngeCityof Brights disease He hind been confined to his room for over n year and was token much worse about nine days previous to his death Ho was born April 24th 841 in Fleming Co Ky He ser d in tho Civil War anti was a member of the 21th Ky Reg Co- D He WAS married April 6th 1SG5 o Miss Rosunah Kissick Of this union nine children were born boys and six girls two dying hile quite young and Eflle dying about two years ago Mrs Cud iJnidegor of Wyoming and Mrs Clifford Heddings of Missouri Misea Anna and Bertha Wesley and Frank with their mother sur vive him Ho was a respected citi ran and had uianv friends who r L to that to OUTLOOK Owingsville S dGJTTDGELL A1YATLPW Ofllcawith B 6udgelliii Son St- OWINOSVILLE KY FERTILIZER- rI will have 20 tons of fo and tobacco delivered at Olym kt March 16 Coru rower 150 hundredtobaccogrowerlC5Uoine Btcad fertilizer warranted to t andhlgliest For sale by Ihgr Olympia Ky tSTALLIONSStallions 1 three the other tout years old red sorrels good size- 1entyoTstylo nnd action well rokeTheyera as good any bodyB rob 28th 1903 GBANNIS Bugs Flemingsburg Ky It has been reported that I am going to leave town That report is untrue IIeverleavelhere it is moro n the present time 1 am gping to havo some sales but dont intend to leav- eBASCOM STURGELL- Owingsville K- yNOTICE TO ALL PHYSICIANS BATH COUNTYJ Sealed bids will bo received by tho Fiscal Court of Bath county at he April term 1903 for the letting f to the pauper oor in each of the six magisterial of Bath county for the period of one year The Court roservcBthe right to any and all bids as the best of the county may require N O A DAUGHERTYi J nF C Jlarph 4th 334t QIfl rtf A 1 1 1 J6 r r mourn their loss Wu rstend our sympathy to the tales and although we know it i l ad to ive up our loved ones we luubt pot rievo as those without hope for- ew know tliut we tiluill all meet gain end enjoy that blessings of eternal life iwe only trust in Jim who what is best lit mill times and will keep us if we culton Him in time f trouble Ho hud remarked to ho writer several during his- lness that he wits ready to the summons So bereaved rind brokenhearted ones prepare to uieetyour loved oneas we arowarnfed more arid more every day that soon er or Inter our time is coming Do weasedChristian church for 27 years In tcniient in the Faimcw burying round Tuesday GAKIHXEUNEWMAN Well yes tho Hymeneal altar hits indeed hut its share of worshipers Certainly we cnn not think otherwise when two more young hctirtB pledge thai cliweddingboth parties everything is thought for perfect happiness and the whole community joins together in ring Well what n pretty tai lovely wedding was that of Mit ZEtna D Newman daughter of J M and Florence Newman to Mr Everett II Gardiner son of Kev J W Gardiner anti wife now of Alt Carmel but who forrasrly was pas tom of the IJIIIOIJIFI II circuit l14Cbll odist The wedding took place at the beautiful homo of the bride at halfpast 2 oclock u m day March 4 1903 in the presence of u large number of friend8and relatives Bro Gardiner performed time ceremony in his quiet and car nest manner Miss Leila Willoroy played the wedding march Ti bride in a beautiful one of the towns fairest and prettiest young ladies and was very popular in society She is everything that could make home happy anti is well possessed with a talent that is sure to make all enjoyable and for the home of her happy husband Mr Gardiner is a Quo young man most spoken of and there i no doubt of his proving worthy of the lovely prize he was so lucky to occure s a lifetime companion Tliosa young people are certainly true types of Kentucky manhood and womanhood and their hoe will most certainly bo one where peace and happiness forever reign They loft immediately for Cin cinnnti where they spent the be ginning of their honeymoon return ing to tho home of the grooms fa thor at Mt Carroel Friday evening where a nice supper awaited them They will soon go to housekeeping in Hillslmro Many beautiful and costly pre oats were received Congratula tions anti best wishes are extended by the correspondent to Mr and Mrs Everett H Gardiner OID HIOKORV is n standard high grade Kentucky whisky abt olutely pure and can be recommended to those seeking a sinulnht for mea ioinal or social use For stile by P ATCUISOJ Owingsville Ky See our samples and get our prices and we win do your job work w sM z r r r i4tbaary UofiDg Ticketru- m coupon entitles the holder TEN VOTES can ba cast for any institution competing for the beautiful Library when properly filled out signed und delivered or wailed this office Name of Institution atnejVoter SHE Ky 1 = A w Court fertilizer corn grades as NOTICE OF medical services interests 1993 bereaved knoweth times answer Wednes brunette lovable highly s Iii j5 Z E CH g J 5a m PUBLIC NOTICE I Bath County Fiscal Court Special Term Dee 29th 1902 It is ordered by the Fiscal Court of Oath county that the Judge of this Court and Bath County give notice that nil persons feeding stock on any of the turnpike roads rII Bath county which are owned by said county will for each offence be prosecuted as the law prohibit ing such offences directs And the commissioners of the road districts are to report all offences of this kind in their respective districts to he County Attorney who shall procure warrants for each offender and prosecute such offenders as the 1low directs It ifprther ordered that all land holders owning or in any way governing land lying and adjacent to any of the turnpike roads owned by Bath county must within 12 months from the 1st day of Jan n beittyremovedall fencing wherein same is an encroachment upon the Light of way of said turnpike roads except where tho same has been erect el by consent of governing author ity previous to tho ownership by onsfaitInJtor specifiedshoJIors of each turnpike district of Bath county bo reported to tho Attorney for Bath county who shall on such information proceed as the obstructionsccutod for same JNO A DAUGHERTY BF C AcopynUestJ Clerk By T J Peters D C PresidingJudgeCourt in pursuance of the above order of said Court JBathordensist from these offenses and comply statedThisJT o A PAUGHIJRTY j B a I I r I s 7 FREEl A MAGNIFICET iILIBRARY CONTEST THAT PROMISES 1iTO PROVE UNUSUALLY INTERESTINGSDETAILS IN FULL A numbor of Owingsvllloa enter J rising merchants IiaVo arrange hat will provo the most interest i contest between 4fIOwingsvillo City Schools MasonsS I Salt Lick Odd Fellows Acker Lodge A O U W V RobertsonTodgAOUW Ruth Co Teachers7 Library IKnights of Pythias fiKnights of the Maccabees Colored U U F and U B S orgnnizntionIo 10 or county Tho prize will bo a magnificent H brary consisting ofsedition of 4 sets of the Worlds Great Classics contain ing set of Classic Histories set stSClassic Science nnd Philosophy set of lassie Essays and Orations eoti jof Classic Drama English and Ori entnl LiteratureS jtireal execution which examination v1 prove and they will be on exhir t bit1011 atJ T KImbroughs drug store where the riibho is invited to Inspect same 1J YThe conditions of tho contests are f lIS follows Any loiIgcchurchBchcrp f club hospital college or organiza 1 tlon public or private is eligible to the contest Votes for individuals vlllliot be counted With each teDt 0cent cash purchase a ticket will t given by hue merchants throngK whose liberality this grand library t Is furnished on which will be wrlt sten tho amount of the purchase anti t tho number of votes The purchaserSwill wrlto on tho ticket the name of the institution or organization for which ha or she desires to vote sign rErI their nntno and ioposit tint ticket In ethe ballot box in tho store where tho pnrohaso 13 made 1S Pile standing of the contestants will be published exclusively in each o Issue of THE O WISXJSVILLE QWXIMOK Ji until March 27 1003 whoa tho re 11 malniiiK votes will bo connted i the magnificent library awarded andJthe organization having the number of votes Tt OUTLOOK will 1 publish In each Issue u coupon that e will entitle the holder to ton votes if ivtlonfor same vrllep delivered to tho odea toT MofVoting tickets can ba secured only 7itfrom the following stores Mrs fl S Estill Dry Goods smut t j Ir JttIhiilerv 4s4 JSJames GHlon Gents FnmnIsftiSIGnvts Clothing Hoots anti Shoes iI1SE L A 1tBJruD Hardware and Fnrniins ItrspIeinenJs JohnT Kimjirough Drugs and ii Toilet Articles r lGault JaeksonFresh aiidCimretlSMeats jCarriage C Brother lOwijy Grocerliesv t Dascoin tstargal Jeweler nndOp tlclan 1 Eugene Mlnlhnn Saddles ttnUlIar- S ness ItM D Paris Furniture find Undu r taking t J LJHees Funeral Director and IS Embalmer r Dnwson Conner Livery Sale and Feed Stable 1 IMPORTANT A Eememberthat the Library Votlngr rtickets will be issued OR old as welt 1tns now accounts when tlroaccounLsS i t II11cittii riVOTSThoso conducting the Library con- jeachLOOK office the result of the ballok and also britug the hnllnta tied up litSpaper with the firms name writtenySon package Mar mornIngTiAcker lod o A O U W 153455 1Robertson Lodge A O UW 76Ga Knights of Mnccaboes895 1f Irusons9Knlghtsoflvtlulas2632Wnito CItrSchooi612 1 4 Presbyterian Church502 j 1191MEOlympia Church 29G Valley Church 364 Bath Co Teachers Xibrnry 252 nSUwlngsvlileChrlstianChurcb209 Masonic Lodge 82 70DavlaSchoolhouseLadies Aid Society M FL Cburcb7B t S hiarpsbuig School fl- altLlclcPublcSchiool0S 1 A OUW 6 SS 3r p OBS 27R U BFSiA M E Church132 U 5a v 5 tB Frank hedge has nn assistant barber who is up in all tho newest wrinkles and is n smoothartiSt L Ho has all sorts of prepar ions Cokes Dandruff Cure if S P Ri N C 1 1903 y Blue vrass Nurseries 41 ruitnndomnnrnental trlep t1tlnc8 email fruit asparagus barb and everything for orchard lawn and garden Strllvberrynn4Igeneral catalogue on request Botu phones c HF HJHcnmeyer SSLEXINGTON J KY i r T I 1