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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 u l 4 s i rc uo S r1tJ V I f 1 r t c V 7 J b vwSf 55VV5 0 be mingt LIt Lntioo- J l VOL XX I V OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAROH 26 1903 NO 37 u 5I When you have n news Item or wish to communi onto with TilE OUTLOOK office by phone ring up 57 The turnpikes are in very bad condition Come to THE OUTLOOK for horse n ISndjaok hillstu16x20 picture frames tto 125 each J M BROTHER Tamos Clark of upper Slate sold J M Atchison thirteen 1 15lb hogsO at 6c A few snipes showed up in theC VVswamps last week but they wild as deerrej Rev Ed L Sanford will preach Vat Sees Bohoplhouso next Sundayth morning and nightngWE JHJBT DAVE OUR MONEY 50on please call and settle- S Mr SLKSSEU FOR SALE20 2yonrold mules ono or more J M DENTON 353 Hillsboro Ky nnd FOR RENT Houso and lot in Owingsville Apply to GAKO GAUIT j elVtoV4Water Dell MhlsA 362V When in town dont fail to look gbuggiesyou money for cash or credit 6t T T S Shrouts stock of furniture and undertaking is complete nnd his prices are the lowest He also does embalming 366 the days last week 81thehollow everywhere showing the farmers were making their tobacco B beds that the frPresbyterianeafe condition RevWra Cummingsw of Winchester didnt preach there tuedayTBarred Plymouth Strain a few settings of eggs at 50o per setting of 15 at the house J W EMONsSI 25 tf Bethel Ky lon Sri1Do cow with young calf and 5 others that will be fresh in a few day 373t MARSHALL IKGKAH GrnnccCity Ky I make the best lirenk cart onO the market 20 25 30 rubber top4a OSCAR PAUIEnL Rev Ed LSlnfortl on lastM 55ThuriIayjjVflht rt In mimim iiithe CountyClerke otthrrr1 lon n lollIngaVt1thPJ1fQ Ferny both of the eastern part of the county 5Fa UsT500acres good pas ture range for light cattle and sheep well fenced abundant sup ply of water Apply ri ROSE RCN InoN Co 374 Olympia Ky WANTS TO Buy TELEPHONE Ex il CUANOLJ W Chambers of Winchester l owner of the Mt Sterling Telephone Exchange also that of Winchester was here Monday look q ing over the Owingavillo Exchange and lines with n view to buying THE NINTH WELLThe St Louts Oil Co brought in Re ninth nil J iVa good producer though I ibroke and when the piece is remoyb ed the well will be drilled deeper ANOTHER BREECHES BIBLE i Mr Daughorty of Owl ngsvhhle Ky bpastsof having breeches Bible SVHole not ahead of Birmingham for Dr Phillipp of the city schools baa a breeches Bible in perfect I ChamFuneral Furnishings Prompt equipments and modern services also dealer In firstclass furniture a of all descriptions Call and tee before purchasing elsewhere M D PARIS OwingsviHe Ky t L HESS Funeral Director and Embalmer r TBET GOT FURFieherred the banks of Slate Ce mel Thursday R S Estlll atf Judge N R Patterson caught a string of twentyodd black rchI and sunfish of nice size eten if they did use worm bait on reel poles and bass hooks BLAVKBFOB tAtE =For blank oil leases deeds mortgages note proofs of account verlfioa ton801 d mandb warrants summons 5nary sheriffs sales affidavits for attachment notices to tako depo eitions indictments fur selling onISunday indiotmentBforgaminJtI appraisement boards subpoenas Vbench warrants oapias pro fine come to Tsk OUTLOOK office w have them in stock PIBD Til ford Garner died at i his brother Masons near Odessa about 4 oclock Tuesday March 17th and was buried Wednesday at the Allell graveyard near Wyoming He leaves a wife who is a daughter of John Vice of Indian Jreekahd asbn aged 15anll a daughter aged 8t De easedwac a son of Anderficm Garner ldeceaied and was a good man with nany friends who SOl row with the widow and children Vjj thetrloss of an excellent bus band asdf r vi JVS9I r ir PERSONAL Mrs Margaret Williamson Is on to tho sick list vidaytllefttoOllieCoonstwoweeks stay in Cincinnati Mr anti Mrs EmmetFrattran re at rned from Loxlncton Saturday John D Coons und G orgo Shoo bun went to Lexington Tuesday on business Mss Besslo Rutherford of Shnrpsnurg was the guest of udgehl Friday Mr nnd Mrs Pierce Whin of Mtbe alatlettMrs J K Emmons and children turned Thursday from a visit to relatives nt HillsboroVSam Jackson has a posler with Byron Bros tocanvasswith ricultural Ulnchlner paGuyton 0 after u to parents and Mrs C S Kutlilf IL L Zimmerman wont to Paris and Monday on u business and will remain there several wootsalMr and Mrs CPeters of Sharpsbur wero hero Wednesday Thursday with relatives A letter from Clay Byron states to toliamsouofiihigVMrs John Wyatt at Mt Sterlingho Miss Minnie Kerr of sh Is visiting her cousin Miss Miu Shrout ut Beck tier ville Clark ii f AMisscnn Sunday with her other Ashby to visit Mr and Mrs sale S Shrout Mrs Dr Geo W Moore who had in been at Boulder Colfot her healthwi since hist fall has returned bc ne totoAshland Chns R Scott of SherbTnwo came fshowdeMrswith her daughter Mrs Dr A Boyd at Carlisle for several days 8th returned homo Friday afternoonm atfromule Saturday to spend a few days w ith hr mother Mrs Belief RIce ns west of town S M Parcelll loft for Louisville uesday to attend a banquet nt thow Gait House ViooPresUlunt Gnge Tnrbell of theJKqiiitable Jifu As unrnnce Co of New Yorklbelng the III uest of honor t Ho Add Power will iMvo Thursday GhuslnesflrstiIiiss mun nil nnj community- iniv lo proud to rulcoinc him ns a pa citizen VV Case of Prickly Ash will nceonrpany him on n visit is E W STIIACK Luuucu CD SOLD liUTFrankthe Licking Valley U It was in it wn Frilny niuht nnd brought m e news that the E W Struck Co of Yule hadjjsold out Huywood Bros of Corydon is ass E K Miller genera manger retains his ositioiijwith ide ets cipany 3LIILickLick last week nnd are preparing o ncMrfilleasesseheycompanyWAtTEDA titan of wide ac uaintanee and good address to represent in Owingsville oneof the in oldest best and clieapest accident And health insurance companies in existence Fivehundreddoliars iny cue of death six dollars per week n case 6f accident six dollars per week in case of sickness Thn com lued cost of all this protection is is nly two dollars per year No assessments no dues Also per feet identification free Everybody buys Bigcomraistions Write nt once to R E Smith State Mgr No 16 E Main St Lexington Ky ATTEMPTED BANK UOUBERT d About 2 oclock Tuesday morning of ap Royse at Salt Lick was aroused the noise of an explosion Two other explosions followed ten minutes lindthej went to the Salt Lick BankSwhere it was found that the and inner doors of the vault hadGbean blown out but the Gobbersny of the contents of tho safe Batliff Bros store had been and some coffee lacks scSuredII Bloodhounds were secured from 5Kenovaacross Licking river to a certain colored mans house and stopped at a pair of boots No arrests hadhbeen niAde up to Tuesday night BUD Co MEDICAL bocicTr Oa OA2tIZEDDr L E Wills of Cyn AMedicalfor the Ninth Congressional dis trict was here last Friday and effected an organization of nearly countyintoAssociation the of whlahiec rTheof Salt Lick President Dr W S Reeves of Wyoming Vice Presi dent DrJ W Rutherford of Shurpsburg Secretary and Treas urer Dr F PGudgellof Owings yule Dr SC Alexander of UlymI pia and Dr L F Rbbbins of Snit Lick Committee of Censors Di B Cornelison of Owingsville Dr W S Reeves Dr A P Blair of Salt Lick Committee to Revise Consti tution and ByLaws DrA W Jones of Odessa Delegate to the a eetingof the State Association t I J IiSil = IfI o J7 I 0 l 0 NOTICE Tho Republicans of Bath county are hereby requested meet in mass convention at the Courthouse in tho town of Owings le on Saturday tho 2d day of Fay 1903 at 2 oclock p m for e purpose of selecting delegates attend tho convention at Paris on Wednesday May Gthl903 2 oclock p m to nominate a candidate for Railroad Commit Bioner in this tho 3d District of Kentuckj J A BAKNEP Chairman GUDGETL Secrotarv To CouunsiONDESTS It would nulwould send their items in so they deInly divided between Monday analw Tuesday anti the forms can be pre of red for going to press before ght Tuesday Otherwise tho for prInters have to work after night they dont liko it n little bittrafter working hard during the 11180pDIDNT Go TO FLORIDA James He Clark of Preston instead of going the Florida bought the house and 8 10 acres of land of Jim Tom yle on the Sharpsburg pike west Reynoldsville for 1000 and oved to it Coylo moved to the use vacated by Wm Evermnn on and Jnmcs Powers plaice on the waters White Oak Everman moved to to ustin Boazs house west t f town rn Clark had sold out at public most of his stuff nnd had the its balance of his goods nt tho station ca Mt Sterling His many frierds ll be glad that ho has concluded in remain in Old Kentucky his MARRIAGE ENGAGEMENT Mr lvanus Cleric B a scorn Jr andM hii Lulu K Grimes arc to be d at the Methodist Church in o Millersburg on Wednesday AprilS 1903 The bridal couple 9thake a wedding trip to Cincinnati ti return here for a visit after hchi they will go to housekeeping h ar Mlliorsburga Grimes a native of Georgiar ho cnme to Bourbon ade a He no ilonmarried a daughter of MrsK Mackey who was a niece of eorge W Conner deceased of is town Both of Miss Grimes turentshe is a handpr mc young lady sad spoken of highly by thopo who v know her as possessing fine intel gence and full share of the qaisiR les that best adorn JClarkchild of Hon A W Bascom He a sterling young man handsome popular with all who know hiran and orthyofall good fortune L Jxr LcToj Jnpis Ivy ir1rI n J n rjaCeeli nt the Courthouse in lliis S ace today and announced himself ih candidate ftr Secretary of Staten t the Republican ticket at tho November election A large of owd was present and he made a ne impression in an able speech r McCoy is very popular in this ctiep and would add trength to e ticket LIVES in THIS CITY Mr McCoy referred to above is ono of the most active politicians the State and has been identified prominently with politics in the Ninth and Eleventh Districts for ears Mr McCoy lives here his relidencobelngon Elm Tree Lane where he moved to educate his interesting family of children He a Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue In the Eighth District with headquarters t Jackson He lived here once before while connected with railway mail service some years ago He is a forceful speaker a loyal friend and an in- efatigable worker in the interest r the party of his ehoiOeLexe ington LeaderaGEN HENRY T ALLEN The Sunday Louisville Herald publishedP st of officers in the army ow n active service from theh tigharen Jos C BreckinridgeBrigiidier ene J Franklin Boll John F Weston ThosJ Wood WF Spura gin and Henry T Allen O atter this statement is made Brig Gon Henry T Allen has al EnteringWesttuok July 1 1878 hOWls made a Second Lieutenant in the Second June 131882 June 22 18811c e was promoted to tho rank of Lleutenantlnnd mado Captain in tho November 10 1898 While yet First Lieutenuu he was Asslstunttecame Major of the Fortythird United States Volunteers August 17 1899 and r 811991 Mn3Bygress providing for recognition of merit in the Philippine scout service Lieut Allen having acted as their hief for some time received the ro mUrkable distinction of a promotion From Captain to that of Brigadle- lonerahlnFebruary 1903 He Is now In tho Philippines at the head of the local General Allen is a native of this countrhaving been born and roared nt Sharpsburg He is a son of Sanford Allen deceased and n brother of Frank S J WaIler and Thbs J Allen of Sharpsburg We havo watched Gen Allens rapid advancement und high standing with a great deal of interest and pleasure Outlook Job Work is best d GEORGE LANSUOWNS DEATH Geojgo Lansdown died of grip and pneutaonitt at his home II short distance northwest of Wyoming ridahy night March 20th and was buried Saturday afternoon At IIAllen graveyard Deceased wits aged 87 years His wife who was Miss Nancy Allen sister of the late Joseph Allen of upper Prickly Ash died about fifteen years ago Their only two children James and Hannah wife of Marsh Em monA have been dead sumac years Mrs Kmtuons left a daughter Eva who was tirst tnarried to Trunibo Snedegar next to John Kincaid IB now the wife of living at Ilpopston III She arrived here Sunday James LansBown left a daughter Lucy Sthhis deathLown wits a years and had a shop at Wy wing Ho was unhonest indus ious and thrifty mnn He leavesC fine farm of some 140 considerable personalty wits a good citizen and enjoyed respect and esteem of his neighbors and acquaintances One of his peculiarities wits his insuperable aversion to riding horseback or in a vehicle It is said that ho once made n trip to Illinois buck nfontTlie only time honras over known to ride horseback was take a turn of corn to mill Ever afterwards he walked to mill and led the horse with the sack on back His regular joke when home to this town was to request the privilege of hitching his horse some store and then depositing walking cane DEATH OF Mus LOUISA J STEELE Diedat Crawfordnville Ind arch 18th 1903 at halfpast fix clock in the morning Mrs Louisa Steele wife of Jacob S Steele he was token violently ill March with congestion of the brain and was unconscious for several Lartiallyt which time inflammation of the rain set in from which time she remained unconscious until her death Deccatcd was thu oldest of Matthew and Teresa McClure formerly of Bath Coy She was horn in Bath CoKy July lath 1847 making her 55 years 8 months and 3 dryold at ne of her death She leaven usband who resides in Crnwfordn ihlo Ind two sons and two grand sons who reside in Indianapolis brother W W McClure of i phey Township Montgomery Co id and tn brothers in Until C- nKyW L McClurc and J 0 Mc luro who vide near Sherhurnc She was married to Jacob S Steele t her home 2i S17nndvarne irectl jde3 Towishi Toll theyTEsitied tr a periodof fivo scarF when they moved into tho city of Crawfordavillo where Mr P n isesshis thue She with her husband united with the Christian Church t Crawfordsvillo more than twenty years ego and has lived an earnest and busy Christian Hie beingyleader in the many duties bon incident to the progress and upbuilding of a large and prosperi ous church congregation death ot this good woman willO doubtless bring to the minds of associates in girlhood tho remew brnnco of many pleasant hours and days spent together enjoying tho pleasures of the springtime of life Ins J W BcnnuiDOKs DEATH Mrs Gills Ann Burbridge who had come down from her son Chess i Glovers at Farmers on a visit to e relatives in the county como tuhher cousin Mrs JohnGillons day March 9lb She hndn chillnwhen she arrived and steadily grewr lmned away about the middle of tho afternoon Wednesday March 18th Her husband James Walter Burb nt the Confederate Home eeivoe Valley Ky was too ill with rip anti rheumatism to be wither in her last illness or to attend he funeral The interment was Thursday afternoon about oclock nt the Carter burialh ground funeral services t the home of her brother John Cuter west of townlDeceased years and was a daughter of Squireg Elijah Carter her mother sister of tho late James Bagland Sue has only two surviving broth r8 James and John Carter Sho was twice married her first hus band being Robert Glover brother of Chess Glover Sr of upppr Flat Creek Two children of this unionI reached maturity Chess of Farmers and Lee who died several years ago She hind been married to James Walter Burbridge about 21 years They resided in the western part of the county untila fow months ago when they broke up housekeeping Ho went to theJ Homo nn3 she to her son Chess Sho was a lady of good intelligence hospitable and with many warm friends and admirers all of whom deep1j lament her daceaso The aged husband and tho son have the condolences of many friends in their bereavement 8 G BROWN LEGHORNS As good as careful breeding can ro duce size and vigor u few flue cock erels for sale 1 each eggs 50 cents 15 at homes 31 1pacis Hillsboro Ky 11 Rac etStore TfSpringIsDratDingIIearI And every one wants one dollar to serve the purpose of two We slaughter the price and give you double bargains every time Boys Waists 10c oys Summer Suits 983c oys Krtve Pants pr 20 13 lOc Best Blue Cottonude yd lOc traw lints 15 13 10 7c ens Linen Hats Iflu adies Slippers pr 125 90c Check shirting Cotton yd 5c Boys Overalls pr 23c ocket Combs hina Cream Pitchers 5cJ PAID FOR E W HEFLI Stand SPRING OF 9O3received a handsome of spring goods including latest novelties in- MILLINERY DRESS GOODS Etc Ii our friends and to see them We A No 1 Poles goad quoteIadies Vests 15 10 8 tJ nice line LIBERAL jShiltvaists i MRS D s OWSVLL KY Born March 21th to froard Mrs John K Richards u son Jiimra Clurk sold Robert Lee o Goodpastur four weanling calvca ut 20 PIT head- Cabinet workbench and fine lotSJ carpenters tonU fcr sale 0c1n llNTINoWith n now reiS and of the itiostnow turning out the best job ork that can bo from 7ypesand you will be convinced that you can get your work dune as nicely ere as in any big city Bring us stntionlerynote w pes typewriter paper wedding invitations calling trardaur material is of tho host COL NALL WILL NUT RUNCoIr- a Ion B Null State Commissioner of Agriculture who for thirty years hns been one of the foremost ngri culturists in the State and who is conceded to be one of the most thoroughly posted men as to farming fidof his present term of olllce e will return to his old home to Under the Constitution he istot eligible for reelection nnd to private life Cot Nail on a organized moro farmers insti tutes than any other Commissioners the State ever had one of the loaders in the roads movementaan week said ho was taking no purl in the selection of his suceost For as that was a duty upon theDemoeratic farmers f tho State but when asked for is opinion on the race ho said he personally was going to vote forb Hubert Vreeland because ho him to be not only the best ualified but by far a more ug ressive man than any of the oth ers and by reason of hio experience as assistant in charge of tho office would not have to consume his time learning the routine and be in a better position next winter to secure favorable logiidf ion for tho farmer such roads and many other things thattare needed with mill of which thoroughly conversant Col Null said that from what he could hour t Ifrom the farmers und others with he came in contact there was not tho slightest doubt in hist mind about the nomination of Vreeland byone of the largest mllI jorities that would bo received inJ any of time races for State officosI Some figures aro so dif with their clothes off that that dont know themselves when they see them To feel that she is in stand ing a woman has to have hor doctor and minister just the way n man has to havo his banker BUSINESS MErf Ainan of principlesa piano manufacturer A man who works on timei watchmaker ir 1tdk t tto f Glass Salt Cellars 2c Whitewash Brushes 2517 5c Paint Brushes 49 21 14 lOc Fish Lines 5 4 2 Ic Fish Hooks 5 for lc 3pt Tin CupsVTin Pans 10 5 3c I10qtTin Coffee Pots 108e 4 doz Clothes Pins fie CASH EGGS T S Shrouts Old We have line the We ask customers call and Curtain 12 5c ScSTLL l GNoGtrrrI good active volved Moved would whom womens ferent good sound METEORS BY TIlE TON Anyorie who imagines that this old eurthI f ours is flying around through spuce in exactly tho same way every year is very much mistaken 1t1JVLVIV 1Profjust from tho collection of meteor V esVProf Newton Js that our at mojpheru scoops up something like 500000 of meteorites of greater r less sizo every day of its wad career Conservative scientists have es timat d that our yearly increase in eight ie 8Gt500 tons Most of the meteorites which aro I caught UR by the earth are ex omoly small usually between theItze of a pea nnd a cricket ball These are burnt up by the pace t whioh they travel through the atmosphere and fall imperceptibly upon tho earth in very fine duot This dust has been found on the top of the Alps whore it has been separated out from the snow nt tho bottom of the Pacific nearly e miles from tho surface und ven on tho top of tall buildings such as St Pauls Cathedral Now and then a much bigger me eor comes along There is seen the Staked Plains u pit of two acres in extent ut the bottom of hich is an enormous rook It is supposed that this is n meteoric stoneLieut Peary found u meteorite flour Discoin In Greenland weighing fifteen tons In time British Museum tuny be seen more 300 of these strange presents from space of which some 200 wore actually seen to fall Not a single metal or mineral un nown upon the earth has ever oon found in u meteorite but ome of the metals rare upon earth are comparatively plentiful in these wandering wrecks of broken worlds Apart from their value as curi osities meteorites are well worth picking up for small diamonds have been found in a number of them Museums will always pay well or meteorites if they are able ecure an jntire fall A largo me eor usually explodes and scatters its Irugtnents some miles about the artli and these fragments may be scattered along H space fivo to fifty miles long Prof Dewur rend a paper before he Royal Society in England some little time ago in which he said that experiments bad proved the presence of hydrogen gas in the earths atmosphere Exactly who sends us this hy drogen gate is somewhat mysterious but wo know that our sun has an atmosphere of glowing hydrogen which is visible driven by mighty convulsions a quarter of a million miles from its surface A comet is no longer the object of dread it once was Even if one hit the earth tailend on it would probably do less harm than the 4 tr SAD LES HARNESS Why buy a shoddy socallud handmade or mnaehihimeinndeVSaddle or Harness when you can get strictly firstclass iDodsV ileatherOur KENTUCKY SPRI1G SADDLE SJ4SIs the easiest and easiestriding nod most durable saddle mile i If you try one sot of our handmade buggy harness you willIalways uso them I have the best line of saddlery goods In tbia part of tho State I am Yours for best saddles and harness EUGENE MINIHAN OWIKGSVILLE ly j SAM PeVDUCT 1IHE WHISKIES WINES TOBAGGO CIGARS SG VVV fjTifiR p J M flAL HOE tI J r FOR MEN WOHEN and CHILDREN MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY U S A WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED SOLES the3 bestwearing leather in the world VI For sale by Oscar Chandler 1Kentucky 11 f1 ha 1u8 Come and see my new line of spring goods evV Jhavelook will be appreciated you are not expected to buy Ladies Extension Solo Shoes regular 150 98c Ladies VIci Patent Leather Shoes regular 3 2 20YfLadies Vici Kid Shoe regular 2 Mens Vioi Kid Shoes regular 225VMens Leatherlined Shoes regular 3 145j d Mens Patent Leather Shoes regular 3Vil 4V See my bright new Calico patterns at 42 and 50 per yard n full to see lean siivo you nicneyall styles l t3Seand 8Uc genuine fur liars see them CLOTHING I tiara received my entire epring line all newlstyles try uio before buying see my blue serge suits VtV strictly guaranteed all wool serge f r5 and regItular10fade and arc not as I represent your money will be refunded 11 l HJ SHOES AND SLIPPERS ladies and misses dont fall to see Jmine I = SV i Men rtularI25btor 90- Menu Tici Kid Sh fs rcgYfftfrMB t 20 fLadics VS Oscar Chandler CARLOAD ON HANDSALL SJZESVJjLV EVERY ONE GTJABANTEDt E La AmBYRDNt aerolite which on October 20 Inst year fell near KielF in Austripj and burnt three cornricks and fortcon In cottnglIthrough the tail of a large comet but no ono was uwaro of the fact until some time afterward Prof DArsouval lecturing xre centlyat Paris said that a cold of 140 degrees below zero failed to kill certain germs which ho had been experimenting upon Such a degree of frost is greater probably than that which exists in interplanetary space Therefore it seems to be pcrtect ly possible that this world of ours actually receives living germs from other worlds Lord Kelvin put forward this theory snmoyenrs ago While Austin Benz und Cliir rd McLain west of town were serif fling over the possession ofare volver Saturday the weapon wus accidentally discharged the ball passing through the upper part of Boaz1 leg making a severe wound lie is not dangerously injured ie F j sit i 4VS i 1rrJ One door Postoffice DOVeIIR j CDurijurna HENRY WATTI3RSONIVV3 ELa1TOR 1V Ten or Twelve Pages issueJ Every Wedflesday k IJiLOO Year firl Special Arrnl1emeut you cag It etTJ1 IP OUTLOaK jLanti the WookIy Courier Jourral bothone year for only 1 t Jq O 131 fovaslisubscrIptonsrntIy r 2ViSi7 i iI VVS cJV5VV4S J St t t a J r t r iiJt pIt = tI4 r ro l l r4rij r WINGSYILLE OUTLOOK ci t OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers bWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY 3 THE BROTHERHOOD OF DEATH 4IN A VELDT CEMETERY i to the quiet dead Trooper and burgher here ibI rrue to tho men who led f J t True to their lights fell near f 2Que5tlon not zizht nor wrong- y Question not gain nor loss J Brothers In death they Ho I iUnder tho starry cross oZ Brave men and true aUke t J Matters not creed nor raeri fj All are of one great kin Here In the resting place Nation ealnst nation strives v Endlessly neath the sun j When tho great silence falls All arb in rest as one t fiJ Tears for the wrongs that keep Far from us peice and Rood Tears that in life there Is t I NoTiappy brotherhood Peace to the quiet dead 4 Ufas errors cleared away Brothers in hope they wait breaking of the day 1TheM Bromley in Westminster Ga J Y IS KIDNAPPED MILLIONAIRES A Tale of Wall Street y and the Tropics c By FREDERICK ADAMS I VopyrIgbuO1 LoUop lIJ oUrtlburelleod- Nt la i CHAPTER Xin CONTIXUED ci t Mr Morton slowly paced the saloon with his hands behind his back and t j his head bent forward as in deep rOIt JfltoclweU returned Ho SIe Mr Mor ton a questioning look In response JMr Morton shook his head gloom b tSPld not a word Ills corn o pantoii showed no surprise nor did V he evince much disappointment Like I Kent he saw no hope for Imme- I J li diato relief and had resigned him t sell to await results He selected I a book trout the shelves and read r quietly until dinner was announced i Dinner was served at six oclock 1 I The weight of entertaining fell on i llestor and Vincent While the lat Z ter gentleman had not yet been able to attract the attention of Mr Car 4 inl mody he was satisfied that he would i PA have an abundance of time in which t if Jvto explain his plans Mr Morton had acquainted his associates with a1r the failure which thus far had at L tcndea lila negotiations He yet held iI out hope but it was faint When 4 ttoffee hail been served Hestor arose 0 u ty n d said i Gentlemen we are now not far frtn Cape Cod DurIng tile eenin I 1 r IJU going to send a man ashore with t letters You will find stAtionery in t your staterooms I suppose that all of you v1sh to send word assuring 4 your families and friends that you are a1hu and well You can do so I ftO but you must not enter Into any par I ticulars about this outing You can 9 inform those jn whom you are con corned tht you nte safe that you lit It tMti mniur a reasonable i XuEh f juc or you may make aothLr t texnent not connected with business r with your present where i abouts ITaiic me the letters un r sealed and I will examine them and I have them mailed during the night jpyt should have all of them in my pos j on before nine oclock How about me asked Mr Vln ccnte Tlou are included said Mr lies Sjtgr j acceptIngHhisfUi q could speedily communicate l r il1 their loyed ones lifted a great i load from their minds For an hour i hester acted as censor on these let teri He made but laas changes and ftnei ol 4 rso rendered it i ces 1 sary td rewrite till rejected lelui Itoi il the meantime the yacht hail i rounded jCape Cod and dropped into z i The quiet waters of the bay iL Shortly after nine oclock the tdInghy wis swung out on her davits h red into the water A youngl IDaa1na business suit such as worn for everyday service by the average5 t citizen acted as mail carrier Pro paled by the sturdy arms of a sail orthtf Jlttle craft disappeared in thejigTitir r the distance At about one oclock in the morn f lEg when most of the passengers were asleep the dinghy made anoth itter trip ashore and returned without the mail messenger lie was landed d tea Boston and on the folloving t a made a rapid journey to x Springfield Mass and Albany N ytt 4 VthnIc to New York cltycnd Brook r lyE reaching Philadelphia late that fr afnlght In these cities he posted the r 4 wJettlSblclias has been told were 1 received with so much joy The next I 7 Jlihiy he left Philadelphia for Cape t late that night a boat came 1 rora the ocean and nn hour later rA t w 1t1 on trd the Shark firn tie time the sand dunes of 11 9f faded nnyin the night iJi111e1f days had passed the pas fid r JK ngrs and crew of the Shark t cfV caught no sight of land Many ships i cer sighted but CaptWate18 soc r t t Directed the course of theyacht that qri Bone came witliki signalling dIstance and nerallrremalne hull down QJ1 the horizon i 3t was cloudy most of the time a dJb the temperature alone was tt 1r it surely known that a southerly r o coarse was being taken Thursday e ajght was uncomfortably warm and tt tlP4 te following day when the sun came iiJr Il1beldndtbe clouds the de 1rom e awnings was found thatthes j t2jibuaistalableWhen ilr Pence awoke about three iio t 0 eolok Tuesday morning be Was ot BWcb alarmed He was certain that r aowethlng er5ons had happened An t iwearthjy silence prevailed The en t t glOss bad stopped auds elqrtheJ v fJMHtr buzz of the lectrrea1 machin 5 i r ery heewJsn sound OB the had lost all mo i 1tIoii it no longer rose and fell to ff the heaving of the seas iIH ICiy Pence hurriedly dressed and it weflt on deck A seaman wasHpao fterdeek towered almost over his Mjfc In tlie light of the nascent j MM ilie Shark seemed io rest i1 Ihe seater of i Yast amphitheater JJ c4eetlhw rocks and cragsY Hers mere lie ieWkl IakeQtit the t ofap81m and to his ears tfosBtinctt80UBdof falling I fattjfto a cascade To the east il liyiSitbrewja bag shadow over kiIivwhkh theyaeJit was as T Iwt Mttod tL s c s tt athe highest peak and the effect was of indescribable beauty But tho si lence was oppressive The heavy breathing of Jir Vincent ns it pen etrated from the deck below was a relief and after one reassuring glance at the placid scene Mr Pence went below and soon was sleeping the sleep of the just- CIIAITEU XIV MAROONED Theres one See him captain flight beyond those wecdon the bank of that little island almost under the big rock Dont you see him Hestor danced around tile forecas CaptWaterswhich he was pointing Dont you see him Take my glass and you can see him as plainly as the nose on your facet lies under that rock with the cocoa tree over it Hestor handed the power ful marine glasses to Capt Waters who took a long look in the direction indicated by the excited owner of the Shark Youre right he said I see him Hes nblg tin observed the captain as he handed back the glasses If you want to watch some fun come up forward gentlemen he almost shouted Hurry up the bombardment is about to begin Come along Mr Morton I will show you some sport for your lives Hestors excitement waif contagious Look over on the bank there- sa Ileslor Do you see something that looks like a log I do said Mr Kent Mr Mor ton also made it out as did most of the party Its a gntor an alligator and a whopper said llestor I wont do a thing to him lIes or sprang to a polished piece of machinery and dropped behind a slanting steel guard a marine DONT YOU SUE HIM stood by the side of this bit of mechanism which was recognized at a glance as a rapidfire llotchkiss gun Mr Pence gave it one look and retreated behind the deckhouse Mr Morton and the others looked on with keen interest IJingrrbtngrrzlngzlprrblng bingriprip r blng r rzip zip ring blnJJ The first shot struck the water to the right about 100 feet from the loglike object Hestor swung the gun with a quick movement to the left nnd a marine raised tho muzzle with the turn of an adjusting deice For a second time water at the edge of tho bank was churned into foam The next instant the log was alive A long tail waved in the air the great jaws opened and bel lowed in a hoarse roar of rage and agony It rushed for the bank but as the head sank in the water the squat legs relaxed and the hulk lay motionless Hestor jumped back from the gun Ho took one look through the gase ous vapor from the weapon threw his cap in the air and danced for joy What do you think of that he shouted The books say you have to shoot cm in the eyeayiit- o fetch em 1ra ntrick worth two of Jhrftf Say but hes a bjitWhnt do you think of lIes tor Island Mr Carmody This is only a starter You can have more fun here in a week than you can have in New York in a year Come out from back there Mr Pence the cruel war is over Lower the launch Capt Waters There is plentyof water over there and well go and take a look at him- During this incident and In all the happenings of this eventful day flea tor conducted himself as if the ar rival and landing on this spot was an ordlnrry ivent which had been pleasantly anticipated by all on thee Shark The past was forgotten by Hestor who acted as the eager host of a party of gentlemen who should be delighted with their entertain meat Except for a brief period of moroscness evlnced in action and not In words such had been tIes tors attitude towards his captives since the Shark rounded Cape Cod On the morning which opened with crocodileSidneyIfammond was a crocodile and not an alliga torHestor was in jubilant spirits During the day he seemed surprised at certain hints dropped by his un willing guests His expression was that of the willing host who finds his best efforts not fully appreciated and who therefore redoubles his at tempts to lie was glad that the voyage hadso happily ended glad that had been favored with good health and earnest in his pre dictions that his guests would enjoy themselves It may seem like egotism to call this Hestoria he said as they were seated at the breakfast table but I practically discovered the place and In common with many other explorers gave it my name If gentlemen do not like the name you can call it Havens Haven or Rockwell Reef or Vincents Land or anything you choose Its various topographical features are as yet not fully explored and are unnamed I am going to suggest that we honor Mr Morton by giving his name to this beautiful body of water we are now on We will nayThank Mr Morton I appreciate and accept the honor UI have some surprises in store for ousaid Hestor when the meal was finished We will go ashore directly and look on something more attrac five than dead alligators or croco dilcB as Sidney insists on calling them Ah Capt Waters has the tide turned sufficiently to make a land- Ing There is now 14 foot of water at the landing was Capt Waters answer 61We will have the gang plank oa shore in ten mlnutes The panorama unrolled before the gaze of time voyagers on board the Shark as she slowly headed for a shelving rock was one of surpass leg beauty Imagine a pearshaped greatestwidthtedtnbyCrocks and crags whOle 5 l r it L rugged slopes were softened by the splendid foliage of the tropics Na ture in some fantastic mood had created this spot and then as if ape palled at her work had wreathed it with flowers and chastened its outlines with the harmony of fern vino and palm The narrow inlet leading to the ocean was guarded by two great rocks which seemed to over hang and threaten the intrepid sailor who dared explore and ravish the beauties which nestled within Thcsa rocks were fully 400 feet in height and unlike those surrounding tin lake were free from tree or ver dure Through the portal thus formed the ocean with its deep and glorious blue showed in contrast to cragsIsurge sea came through this gate but soon lost it power and on the further shores of the lake its ripples came as but the flutter of the deep breathing of the sea The shores were lined with boul ders which hind tumbled down from crag and peak At intervals there were grassy stretches of meadow deep enough to form a foreground to the darker beauties of cliff or ra vine Here and there a brook trickled from the heights or found its tor tuous way through unknown dells And everywhere a lavish profusion of flowers rite base of one cliff was aflame with the red of some flower the name of which was unknown to any of the party To add to this riot ofcolor there were flocks of parrots of many and brIl- liant lines while of humming and mocking birds there seemed to be millions Overhead an eagle circled on heavy pinions rind the waters of tIme lake were dotted with flocks of water fowl About a thousand feet from the southern shore of this sheet of wa ter which llestor hall named Mor tons Uaywas a small island It was a gem of an island Basaltic rocks reached up from the liquid depths of the bay and Its northern end was n crag probably 100 feet above the surface of the lake To the west It sloped gradually iowa and at low tide there was a sandbar It was on the inner edge of this bar that Hestor had sighted tho crocodile Tall slender cocoa palms with their crowns of graceful leaves nodded in the morning breeze Can elm camphor and dragon trees added their beauty to this tropical bou quet The base of the rocks was hid den in giant pond lilies ivy and other climbing planfs which fes tooned the sides of the cliffs as if struggling to join the masses flowers which overhung tho rocks aboveBut the water had treasures not less beautiful At a depth of 50 or 60 feet the bottom of the lake was clearly visible Looking over the sides of time yacht the voyagers who were now approaching the shore saw swarms of fish whose sides reflected the colors of the rain bow Color is born in the tropics It dies at the poles In the chill of tho axial antipodes black and white alone survive In the warmth of tho tropics all objects animate and in animate vie with each other to out rival the Imagination of the artist and blunt the pen of the writer It looks like a big aquarium dont itsail1 L Sylvester Vincent as lie gazed into the water Look at tho fish under those rocks Ill bet justlikethe flattery in New York Say but there arc some beauties down therel It looks as if it had been built fox them The rocks are covered with moss and there is a tunnel just like I saw in the aquarium I thought at the time that the fish in New York had a pretty sott suapoiV these fellows here have them heat theyregoodtoThe reflectionsSfMr Vincent were cut short By good seamanship Capt Waters brought the yacht alongside a jutting rock which nature must have desgned as a pier Four sail ors sprang ashore and in a few min utes the lines were taut the stumps of two trees acted as posts Fenders were lowered to keep time sides of time Shark from rubbing against the rock and it was possible to step from the gangway directly to the natural stone pier Welcome to Hcstoria ex claimed Hestor as he leaped ashore Come on gentlemen and explore the mysteries of the tropics I want to show you something that will sur prise you Back of the pier there arose a rock which cut off the inland view lies tor rounded this rock stood in the open space and waited for the others tojoln him Mr Pence was the last to q the yacht and showed an in clination to remain on board He left only when he found himself deserted What do you think of that Kstor pointed towards a grove of coco palms in the center of which stood a large bungalow It was an artistic blendjsg of Moorish and Indian architecture This build jn g was an ellshaped structure the corner of which was two stories in height and rounded in a curve form- Ing at the front half a circle From this as a base there were two long wings one story In height withslop Ing roofs supported at the front by pillars within which were deep verandas These verandas were each about 60 feet long and opened into the central part of the structure which on its interior as well as In its second story was a perfect circle Sidney Hammond looked at Hester in amazement When did you build this he demanded Never mind when I built it responded Hestor with a goodnatured laugh Its built all right as you can see As a matter of fact old man he said addressing Sidney and looking carefully around as if in search of something this is the first time I ever saw it myself I had it built for my tropical residence What do you think of it Mr Rockwell You are a judge of villas Is there anything in New York that can touch it for the natural beauty of itf surroundings To Be Continued Appreciated His Mercies Bishop Wilberforce used to tell a story of a greedy clergyman who when asked to say grace looked anxiously to see if there were chain pagne glasses on the table If there were he began Bountiful Jehovah But if he saw only claret glasses he said We are not worthy of the least of thy mercies Chicago Inter Ocean Advice to Suitors youdtterTler 4 I ITHE SHORN SAMSONS Spiritual Strength Gone When Un der Power of Delilah of Sin They Mnjr Not Ilcalize It Slat the Lord llni Ilrpnrletl front Them Ser luuu by IllKhira and Hy- wny Ircncher Copyright 1803 by A N IfellogB News paper Co- Chicago March 2 1503 TextAnd he Samson wist not that himJudge26O dIl IS the privilege and the duty the Christian to be strong ofI time lord and in the nower Ills might limit it is the sad and mournful fact that too often his love of the world and his indulgences In sinful pleasures rub him of his strength and like the shorn Samson of our text ho does not realize that tIme Lord has departed from him until ho falls into the hands of the enemy of his soul his eyes are burned out and he is set to grind ing out the bread of sorrows in prison house of alllictlon Then ii he is teachable lie may be led to sincere repentance and regain lost strength and his lost power Yes his eyes wilt still be sightless the hideous scars left by the enemys power over him but with his strength restored he may be able to win mightier victories over the forces of sin during the remainder of his life than the sum of all his previous triumphs Yea he will be willing to die that his God may be vindicated and glorified and that Dagon the false god of the 1hilis tines may bo put to shame This is the lesson of Samson time Naznritc Gods strong man EP us go down to that frontierI land where dwelt time IT Dan anti search out our hero Aa we journey through the wildly beau tiful hills and valleys of that part of Palestine we begin to hear tales wonderful tales of the prowess of a young Israelite Being told that ho was even then in the camp Dan between Zorah and Eshtaol performing mighty deeds we hasten thither Those were evil days and tho oppressive hand of the Philis tines was heavy upon Gods people because of their disobedience to His law and yielding to the sinful pleasures and practices of the heather nations about them The common lleopleIThey hold their public meetings to talk over the situation and find a possible way of escape from their slavery It was at such a meeting as this in a safe retreat between Zorah and Eshtaol that one day a young man appeared He heard the stories of cruel oppression ns they were told and realized as never be fore that the dominion of time Pliills tines meant destruction of the life of the home and of tho nation of the children of Israel While the discus sion went on and plans were offered for the breaking of the yoke the Spirit of God began to move within the young man before us and the arena at Athens or Rome never witnessed greater feats of strength or braver than first astonished and then aroused to new hope the op pressed Israelites Here was a wor thy champion and able deliverer Who was this young man every one began to ask Samson the son of Manoah and as the interest grew tho wjondertul facts surrounding his birth became known An angel had appeared to his godly mother and told her she was to haven son and that ho was to be a Tazaiite from his birth She was to drink ntTwYneerstroug drink nor eat of any unclean thlay for hHrsnja was to be set apart as the cJuiscn of God to deliver His people All these incidents surrounding the life of the young man served to draw the thoughts of the people away from their sinful indulgences and turn them in the direction of God As from time to time Samson performed his wonderful feats before them his influence grew upon time people and spread through all that part of the livedIa mighty impetus to time young manhood of that day The tendency had been down ward Indulgence in ease and sinful pleasures had begun to make its baneful effects felt Love of home and the nation was being eliminated and the Philistine spirit was getting possession of them nut when Sam son comes upon the scene the power of a clean life is felt and I have no doubt that all over that land Sam son athletic clubs sprang up whose rules of membership required total abstinence mind clean lives Then followed Samsons courtship and marriage his slaughter of the Phil istines in revenge for time burning of his wife and fatherinlaw at Tim nath his trip to Gaza and the mighty feat of carrying off the mas sire iron gates of the city and lear ing them on the top of a high hill his wicked alliance with Delilah and his subsequent undoing his slavery in the Philistine prison and his last and mighty triumph over his enemies at the heathen festival held to exalt the god Dagon E F time supernatural strength of Samson awakened in the hearts of the children of Israel n sense of the true source of power and strength his sins aroused them to a consciousness of what harm their close fellowship with the Philistines was working and would continue to work for them They knew he was a Nazarite and that his great strength came from God and when they saw their hero shorn and with sightless eyes grinding In the prison house of the Philistines they knew that weakness and terrible disaster followed swift upon the departure from Gods commandments and Gods service Surely the experi ences of Samson must have made the children of Israel stop and think and teach them more of Gods way with man When messengers came speeding across tile borderland from Pbilistia Into the country of the Israel- Ites bearing the news Hat while time Philistines were celebrating In wild abandon the great victory over their enemyand were exaLng Dagon as thE god who had triumphed Samson whose hair had grown with his repentance and his strength with his hair had torn away the gigantic pillars that supported the vast arena where the celebration was taking place and had wrought the destruction of all the lords of the Philistines this news must have revealed to them that God was a forgiving God and that with re pentance came renewed strength and opportunity for new victories lu nndreveallnglthe r ii JSi i j Jo Ii Jf J fl 1 eons companion were great sins and cost Samson his strength his sight and plunged him into the degradation nnd shame of a convict laborer omit it would have been a greater sin for Samson to have lost all faith in God and to have ended his lays In the Phil istine prison While lie wns grinding for the Philistines he was sitting un learninghisin length was a strand in the faith which was laying hold of God anew And while the taunting shouts of his enemies arc ringing in his ears the opportunity comes to strike another blow ami Scripture declares that time dead which he slat his death were more than they which he slew in his life And so out of miserable defeat amid degradation was born a new and more glorious victory Unholy nsso ciatlons and indulgence in sin rob the soul of its strength and place it at the mercy of Its enemy Satan It locks It in the dungeon of aflliction and sets it to grinding for the enemy It makes it the object of the reproach and ridi cute of the world while the world ex ails its own virtues and holds then up as its gods of superior power hlnekrfar the aflliction is great the rejoic Illig of the enemy is loud and boisterous limit a condition far worse more sin ful and more terrible is reached when the soul abandoning faith in God and persisting in its sin is content In weak subjection to sit in time prison house of affliction and grind time ene mys grist Then n glorious victory comes to brighten the last pageof lifes book lint If the soul sits with shorn Samson and in repentance renews its Xazaritc vow of loyalty and faithful ness to God new power will come and new victories follow and as the flash burstingIthrough them black awful tempest Is past illuminates time heavens and uses the dark background of the angrylooking clouds to heighten its splendor so that soul wilt shine with a triumphant beauty which will silence the worlds taunt and bring swift destruction to the proud lords of the modern Philistines IIUS Samson comes with his wJrn1 ing and hits message of tIc Christian of today Let us search lout the modern shorn Samsons How may wo distinguish them lly their shorn locks It was not hard to dis cover lime change In Samson It Is not hard to identify the shorn Samsons of today if we know where to look for them and are able to discern their dis figured countenances First of all Samson was abiding in a strange land amidst worldly associates He was as good as shorn when he went into Philistia to dwell and look al hiIllOIom companion that woman Delilah The Christian who dwells in the land of worldly pleasure and sinful indul gences is the shorn Samson Like time Samson of old he is intoxicated with the pleasure and joy of the moment ills conscience is deadened with the sleep of indifference as he rests In the lap of ease and luxurious indulgence and while thus reposing the seven locks of his strength are clipped close to his head God never intended that Christians should be weaklings His command ever to his followers is I5e strong in the Lord and in the power of Ills might Samsons with Divinely given strength to slay evil on every hand Samsons with thefcarlessness of a righteous purpose that will lead them right into the heart of the ene mys country and enable them to ear ry off the gates of the city and place them on the summit of the adjacent hill which holds the wnnmandipg po sition against the city Hut such sol diers of Jesus Christ are not numer ousThe reason the church today is so weak and impotent in the face of evil the reason it issisli7frrArrHicisp l furltSncKpower the Is not finding the Gospel of thristTT power of God unto salvation is be cause it is filled with shorn Samsons and before the church will ever be able to win new and larger victories for God it must either cast out its shorn Samsons or awaken them to a realization of their condition and set them to grinding in the prison house of affliction until repentance brings a new infilling of the strength and power of the Lord ID SLILA1I knew nnd the men who were with her knew that Samson was enorn that he was n weakling in their hands How they despised him in the shame of his departed glory But Samson wist not that the Lord was departed from him When the warning cry aroused him from his slumber he was confident in himself timid ready to meet his enemies He said I will go out as at other times before And he did and we know his defeat his torture his shame The world today knows better than the church does that it is filled with shorn SamsonsIt easy too for the Christian to discover the shorn head of the fellow Christian but so hard to realize that the shorn Samson may be the egoselfwhose eyes are adjusted to see the motes in other eyes while itsowneLord was departed from him How is it with you my Christian friend Are you dwelling in the land of your yourhurtciations Is your heart filled wflh love for the world and the things of the world If so look to the locks of your Nazarite vow which sealed accepttJHimall of your locks are shorn nnd though you go about Christian service as of yore and wist not that the Lord is departed from you lIe is no longer with you and Ills strength and pow er have ceased toflowinpoteiitmens lire through your life Whileyou dwell in the land of your own desires and indulgences be they seemingly ever so innocent and harmless you dwell apart from the Lord and the enemy may take you and docs take you at his pleasure T Ither lotions to God From the day of strongdrinkthing The Christian from the hour of his birth Into the Kingdom Jesns Christ is set apart for Gods service The command to him is come out from among them the world and tIme people of the world and be ye sep aratesaith the ordand touch nhieu- nclean thlngthe allurements and sinful indulgences of the world And he is told to be not drunk with wine wheiein is excess but be filledwith the Spirit And the fruits of the indwelling Spirit are the signs of the Christians relations to God As Sam sons hair was the sign of his Naz arite vow and wag a token of his mighty strength in the Lord so the Christian who is adorning and crown Vv l r f t 8 ing himself with the glorifying growth jOYl1eacelongsulferIngrent1eness temperance Is giving indisputable proof of his Nazarite vow and bears about with him time token of his strength and power in the Lord Time shorn head of Samson was time plain evidence of violation of his vow of consecration to God and marked the departure of God from him TIme Christian whose heart is shorn of the grace of God and the fruits of the Spirit needs no mark of Cain on the forehead to reveal the sad fact that his vows of loyalty and consecration have been broken and that God has departed from him He may be as ig norant of his real condition and as unconscious of his weakness as was Samson lIe may go out as at former times against the enemies of the Lord but it will only be to fall into their hands and to suffer torture and in dignities and shame and then the prison house Vlrn eyes blinded and hands and manacled Samson soon realized his true condition The Lord was departed from him There is no sadder thing which can be recorded than to any that time Lord has depart ed from the shorn Samsons They are not conscious of time weakness until they arc seized by the enemy and their eyes arc bored out and their limbs have the chains forged about them then in bitterness they learn that while they have been dwelling in time land of selfdesire and worldly in dulgences and sleeping in the lap of sin and pleasure they have been shorn Eyes blinded and limbs shackled how suggestive Long unbroken abiding in darkness will weaken and destroy time power of sight The blind lull in Mammoth cave have eyeballs but no sight It is supposed that when the fish first came into tIme dark cavern they could see but as time years rolled on and time eyes were not used in the dreadful blackness they lost the use of those eyes The Christian who dwells in the darkness of the worlds pleasures and sins is as sure to be stricken with blindness spiritual blindness as the fish in the cave And chains are forged there too and the Christian is forced to wear then and finally grind for time enemy Ah what n all over time world lnd1grindingenticed them Shorn Samsons but thank God the enemy cannot prevent the hair growing again There is es cape from the prison and the chains There will come new opportunities New victories will crown the closing daysDid it ever occur to you that it was a strange tiring that those Philistines did not keep Samsons hair clipped They knew hum strength lay in his hair This hind been clearly and most forcibly demonstrated to them Why then such fatal oversight ns to per mit it to become long again The devil is always shortsighted He is never able to keep the shorn Samson from regaining his strength Even the devils power is limited There is encouragement here for every Chris tian There are two steps which time shorn Samson must take to get his strength back and to get out of prison He must be patient in tribulation and must sincerely repent of his sin latience will supply the material out of which repentance is able hi build the ladder up which faith may climb to the presence of God And the soul that gets back to where God is will timid that he has regained his strength TliB restored Samson won the victory of his life so that God could write of him that the dead which lie slew at his death were more than they which he slew in his life Looked at from Gods view point Samsons death was a glorious triunpli Do not suppose that re liTilwas what nerved Samsons arms that cJajto tumble the arena in ruins upon the heQdsOU1lejitistheThFd- and people It was a contest between the false god Dagon and the true God Do not suppose that Samson because of his sightless eyes and shackled limbs sought death in despondency No rather with his returning strength and the conscious thrill of the pres ence of God with him he was willing to die that the God Whom he had so dishonoredand Whose name he had so brought in reproach before the godless people about him might be vindicated So it is with the Christian who regains his strength after having been shorn by the enemy He may win victories if he will which will far eclipse any which he had won before I never used to like to read about Samson after he fell into time hands of Delilah it seemed so sad so terrible and his death seemed so Ignominious and shameful for so mighty a champion But this part of the story of Samson glows with new beauty for me now as I realize how faithfully it illustrates the majesty time power the triumph of God thr ugh time forgiven and restored Christian Shorn Samsons on every hand What a dark picture But oh how that pic ture can be made to glow with time Divine presence and power if those shorn Samsons will only patiently walk in the affliction and darkness ua til through repentant tears may be seen shining the face of the Lord and they may hear His reassuring words Be strong in the Lord and time pow er of Ills Might Then strike strikel For the lords of the Philistines are delivered into their hands The hardens of Life Time growing burdens of life reveal the abundant grace of God Were 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achinjbeforei six bottles in all and it is with thankfulness that I acknowledge that present good health is due to the use of Lydia E Plnb hams Vegetable Compound FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMEN If there is anything in your case about which you would like special advice write freely to Mrs Pinkham No man will see your letter She can surely help you for no person in America has such a wide experience in treating female ills as she has had She v has helped hundreds of thousands of women back to health Her 9m address is Lynn Mass and her advice is free You are very fool ish if you do not accept her kind invitation 5000 FORFEIT If we cannot forthwith prodae the original letter and signature of shore testimonial which will prore Its atuolato genuineness tp ItLydia E riakhmm Medicine Co Xjnn Mass The FourTrack Xevr When the different members of the ed FourTrackitandthisesting publication that comes in our ex MrCeoAgent who has charge of it has th aroundhmtiiiist a mrieytkingtheDubhicationde 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Cute for Conumnp Lion has an for coughs and F Boyer Trinity Springs lad Feb 151900 stormChicago ChicagotoNorthWestern Line worryChicago Deans 1 Mr PLEASANT OmoZI received the sample of Doana Kidney Pills and never had any medicine do me so much in so little time I Congestion of the Kidneys Bladder so severe it caused a pressure on the lungs like Asthma but through the use of Doans Pills I am free and easy now Gao W Veter mary Surgeon P O Box 41 Sit Pleasant Ohio Aged people find Doans Kidney Pius a comfort for declining years They cure and urinary weakness peculiar to children BAXTER SPIUNGS KANSAS I received the free sample of Doans Kidney Pills mybackkidneys Four boxes of Doana Pills have entirely cured the trouble 1 think I owe my life to these pills and I want others to know it SADIE DAVIS Baxter Springs Kansas acHomyJohnny cautiously inquired Mr Six awc k of her little brother when he tailed the other evening the was putting the finishing touches to her toilet upstairs have youer does youerdo youerevcr jhear your sister speak of mel You cant pump me promptly replied Johnny 1 dont butt into my oistero business Then Johnny picked up t iinjsy7flcS out of the ball sack and went out This is e way it s2ensiaSP9 case CfuToFl0007 bu lEe funnyists could never be clubbed into believing it Washington tort In Soda Water A little Tioga boy was looking at a drop of water under a microscope and seemed e much impressed by the presence of mi crobe know what bites you when you drink soda water he said Philadel phia Record t Cure for Rheumatism CZranchwald of this place Mr Oswald suffered much with Rheumatism and was treated by idoctor after doctor with the result that he got no better whatever They seemed un able to do anything for him and he contin fued to till be heard of Dodds Kidney Pills Mr OwaM began a treatment of this remedy which very soon did for him what the doctors had failed to do and they cannot understand it JThis is the same remedy that cured lion Fred A Busse our State Treasurer of a 4I1Iagorecord of success in curing all forms of TroubleThere pain tful diseases that Dodd Kidney Pills will I not cure promptly and permanently 1mHadout again last night ehl BrownZo I ii iyYsharetDdrojt4StopiutheComighand works off the cold Laxative Broma Quinine Tablets Price 25 cents She I shall leave everything to HeBut I wantyourfathertoleaveeyey iithing to you Dropsy treated free by Dr U If Greens t i4specialiststisement in another column of this paper What we gain in form we miy lose in force Rams Horn PutnamFadeiess s Men born do not Puckvi DOANS DEAL GENTLY Its the gentle and effective action of Kidney Pills in Kidney Bladder and Urinary troubles that make them famous with Men Women and Children good had and SMITH great incontinence t i if k3jloinlimbs and dropsy signs vanish They correct urine with brick dust sedi meat high colored excessive pain in pass lug dribbling frequency bed wetting t m1calculition sleeplessness headache nervousness FREE GOOD FOR OLD ANO TOUNC z r oa1r3 tCidncv ir qPleasetrial box Deans iCidney ruts Name m- mhostomee FQ3trLufEImuffmpsyk i t ntMiici Advko FeesStrictly CoatldcutIaL 4i r L t- c I L INTERESTING STATE NEWS i HEAVY WEIGHTS FELL Crashed Through An Elevator Cage f Injuring Ten Persons Louisville Ky March ID Without warning the heavy Iron weights atb the courthouse elevator fell Wednes 1 day morning crushing through the root of the cage at tho first floor In which were 14 persons Ten persons 4Itdous crash shook the courthouse The noise wns heard for a iiock around f tho building In a few moments n i crowd of 1000 people had hastened 4 tOthospoLri4 vtort JWcago was standing at tho basement en ii1 trance to the elevator about a foot 141Lfrom their injuries Their groans resounded through iIJrostratobuildingaccage was and the woSshts that had fallen through lay on top of tho vie 1iftlmsFollowing are tho Injured May tile Mrs Ed M Simons skull feared cbe fractured internal injuries Miss Agnes Wilson Prospect Ky In 4y4 Juries of spinal column John E SI mons Injuries to head and body W A Babbitt Nick Wit I 1Klnnarnerall John Lopping John wero injured about the and body but none fatally Sccbrlst lost a foot while In tho em J ploy of the B 8 O SW railroad and SI nat toverI DEATH OF COL H S COHN I He Was Proprietor and Manager oft the Louisville Anzleger h yLouisvIlle Ky March 19Col 4T proprietor and mann gel of the Louisville Anzleger one of t the most prominent German dallies south of the Ohio river died of apo of J11exy late Wednesday afternoon Col Cohn was born in Hamburg Germany In 1844 and came to this country when iaboy going to Cincinnati where ho l the printers trade Later ho 9amoto this city where ho went to wark on the Anzleger and had beer I connected with tho paper ever since 4 Ho was a veteran of the civil war and qPwas prominent In Grand Army circles t Ho leaves a wife and two sons one of theI+ KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS Over 100 Lodges in Kentucky With a Membership of 7015s7 Owcasboro Ky March 21Tho an nual report of the Grand Lodge of Ken tucky Knights of Pythias to the su prcme lodge has been completed by John W Carter grand keeper of rec t ords and seal The report will bo made to the supreme lodge April 1 Tho growth for tho past year Is not J large numerically but work was done that will redeem the pledge made thnt 10000 members would be on the ros ter before the supreme lodge meetlnj In 1904 The total membership in the state is now 7015 This is a net in crease for the year of 230 The ac tive lodges in the state are 109 tjin a HotelwMaysvllle Ky March 21Apanlc t 6 was created at theSt Charles hotel when It was leatncd that Reuben Dun Arwas 7deserted some of the guests leaven ss town and others going to relatives Other hotels and boarding houses re I t fused to accept them The hotel is guarded by a policeman to keep ou all except tho physicians Will Enter Ouster Suitfs Lexington Ky March 20John Doyle who was declared by tho coux twto have been duly elected tax asses ksor made demand that the records of the omce be turned over to hint Judge J Soulo Smith the incumbent refused to turn over and Doyle will enter suit to oust him 4 3 To Serve Full Term Frankfort Ky March 19The court of appeals decided that officers LofPaducah elected while that city was awtof the third class are entitled to serve 1 out the full term though the city has t since been transferred to and is op crating under the charter of second class cities iGov Bryan Seriously III CovIngton Ky March 20 James W Bryan former lieutenant governor of Kentucky Is dangerously ill at his home in this city of pneumonia His daughter who is in New Orleans has been sent for The Louisville Horse Show i Louisville Ky March 20The Lou i f Isvillo Horse Show association wiU offer over 32000 in premiums this it InMay Iiitbe the fourth annual exhibition Bullet Hole In His Breast VP Madisonville Ky March 20The body of john ttsa union coal miner was found dead lying on the track of f the Illinois Central railroad Thursday V with a bullet hole in bis breast and his pockets turned out ca Will Repair the Courthouse VBowling Gr enKY March 19 The fiscal court has made up its mind to spend 5800 In repairing the court house and putting In stem heaters The courthouse Is one of the handsom est buildings In the city It was completed in 1867 9 Requested to Offer a Reward I Morebead Ky March 19 County Judge TURseybas requested Gov Beckbam to offer a reward for the arrest of lien Martin Indicted for Ute murder of Mrs Mote Christian county is to give a similar reward A Blaze at Adairvllle Adalryllle Ky March I9Flre Vas discovered in Cordilis saloon This building and Hills livery stable wero soon beyond control By heroic ef- fortsti of the fire department the east side of the square was saved The 1lossis about 4500 with t2OOO Insurance Raised the Price of Ice Owaasbbro Ky llarch20Thc OwensbpTO and Citizens Ice Cos of t this city combined Prices will hI iraisedfrom 20 cents lo 40ceats per ZQQ i 4p s jti1 Ad MANIAC AND HIS GUNT He Badly Wounded Two Deputies and Was Himself Killed Lebanon Ky March OAs the re suit of a fierce battle fought Tinirstday afternoon between a crazy man whoso identity is unknown and a slierpitt s posse composed of Deputy Jim Williams anti three men one ead another dying another danger usly wounded and two others shot deadI35 years old Tho wounded James dghtili die John Devers shot behind ft F eloydP dForHvo near Pcnlck a little village six m cilroadationsprowling through tho country Soy cral who saw him stated that ho was ar at wtemptedneighborhood became greatly excited and tho matter was reported to tho authorities A posse was formed t o ca su pitBECKHAMS APPOINTEE OUSTED The Nicholasvlllo Town plected fwnolasvillc Jessamine county has re s p CalpolIceSudgenesda wambrother of Congressmanelect Owsloy S CotJ vlllenot that they held any objection to Stanley but they contended that as the custom had prevailed in policejudge n c fightc d aidatesSFrankfortsinking fund commissioners wero offered by wire Friday morning 80 stato bonds due in 1905 of 1000 each at 10215 and accepted the offer as it would boa net saving to thQ state of 1700 but Friday afternoon another telegram was received declaring the ale off as the bonds had been disposed of to other parties The telegram was from Moran 8 Co of New York city New Rural Mail Routes Williamstown Ky March 21Thet- hree rural mall routes to bb opened from Wllliamstown April 1 are as fol lows Route No 1 by Cherry Grovo Heekin and Lawrcnccvllle John Marksberry carrier No2 covering the Fork Lick country J K Page carrier No3 Doudton Knoxvillo a dndcarrier Switchman Crushed to Death Ilopkinsville Ky March 20 Stone all Reese a Louisville 8 Nashvillo railroad switchman was crushed to death while coupling cars at Onthrie Reese was 25 years old ami t un lfI Reese a wealthy TrH oouu ty Tamr If lA been in lha om ploy of tho railroad only a few m onthstBadly Injured By a Street Car Louisville Ky March 20 Everett Johnson 12 years old jumped oft a wagon Thursday night and fell in of a street car The car knocked him Jn front of another street car He ill die Running the Final Lines Paris Ky March 21 Surveyors for the LexingtonParis Interurban electric line were here Thursday afternoon running the final lines through the city over Main street Active work will begin In a few days The Case Will Be Appealed Mt Sterling Ky March 2IJudgQ A A Hazelrigg sustained Henry Watson auditors agent in the suit against the Mt Sterling national bank for 80000 assessable stock The castwill be appealed to the circuit cour Physicians to Organize PinevUle Ky March 21A can has been issued to the physicians of Ben county for a meeting to be held In Mlddlesboro Saturday March 21 for the purpose of organizing the Dell county medical society Women Sang While Building Burned Mayfield Ky March 20An Incendiary fired the notorious Red Shack the scene of many murders and much other lawlessness and while the build- Ing was being consumed women who had gathered sang campmeeting songs and shouted for joy Death of JB Woodward Munfordvllle Ky March 20S- d B Woodward 69 leading citizen is ilea- lie was not only a scientific and su cessful farmer but enjoyed a local reputation as being the best Informed historian In Hart county Delecto Sold Lexington Ky March 20Dave 3 McDonald the PKtsburg light harness horseman bought for a private figure the 6yearold black trotting gelding Delecto 225 by Dictator out ot Rattlo Patchen the dam of Bermuda from J Waller Tlodes the local banker Found Dead in His Bed Owensboro Ky March nWarrca Maddox of McHenry Ohio county was found dead In his bed An In quest was held and the verdict of the jury was that be died of heart disease He was 60 years old- Lexingtons Tax Levy Lexington Ky March 20TItie ways and means committee general council has decided to rec ommeno to the general council a tax levy of S13SThe total amount of assessable property in the city Is Jl1 384721 May Get a Life Sentenc Inez Ky March I9James Kafee nlias J W Chaffi s In Jail at Lexlng onKy accused of forging the name of B F Johnson to a draft for 100 I1a ltconYlcted a life sentento orthlr4COlnlctlon f 1 jI i i 1 I r f n rLO1f hrt Mi CASTRORESIGNEDS Presidential Function Turned Over to the Congressw he President Was Requested to Reconsider His DecisionWill Pre sent Another Message of a So lutlon to the Situation Caracas March 23Presldent Cas throof the presidency of tho re ublic of Venezuela in the hands a t 3t bheSenor Castro handed over the cise of tho presidential exerD tho president of Tho congressc S toaturdaydiplomatic corps wero present when Castro read his message td congress President Castro first pass d in review tho terrlblo conditions hIch prevailed in the country and denounced the errors of his country enTtheivednd a committee was appointed to raw up a reply to tho tendered resig nation Later a night session of S basPresident Castro c eonsidercritical condition of the republic and a voto of confidence In his policy was assed unanimously A committee as appointed to transmit this resolu tion to tho president SundayMTho delegation gress called at noon Sunday at tb residents residence and transmitted President Castro the resolution unanimously adopted by congress re to accept his resignation a thndsider his decision President astro in reply declined to change is mind but after being uled by his personal friends he offered to present another message to congress which ho ill meet on Thursday to suggest a to tho situation Washington March 23Presldent g cloodernmental and diplomatic circles Tho general sentiment of persons convers ant with South American affairs seemed to be that the presidents action was merely a political move having or Its object the declaration of an ex of 1ndthat ho had any serious Idea of giving up his office permanently ome manifestation of confidence tosuggested was necessary in view of conditions existing in Venezuela arising it might be out of the extraor dinary Import duties levied by Castro about a month ago and the effect on the country of the revolution through which the counrty has been passing THE WAR ENDEDf Peace Signed Between Uruguayan Government and the Rebels Montevideo March 3Peaco was signed Sunday between the Urugualfon government and the The Uruguayan revolution broke out on March 16 in the departments of RI- vera Flores and Maldonado and thus lasted one week Previous dispatches stated that the rebellion was brought about by tho white party who were dissatisfied with the new president Ordonez who succeeded President Cuestas an J with tho recent appoint 0meatsg aovernmetttary measures to suppress tho revolutionists also made certain proposals with a view to arriving at a peaceful ttlement ftf tc f14 Pueblo Col Maixli i Ian Mowbry foreman of a dcpaumeut at he steel works was tn rned to death Sunday by a torrent of flame and red hot cinders that gushed out upon hiilfrom a blast furnace His w 1ashaled tho fiery gas Mowbrys body was sent to Peru Ind where his brother is a prominent attorney Ice Jam at Niagara Niagara Falls N Y March 23 The wide channel between tho Ameri can shore and Goat island known as t S dhallownessan immense Ice jam at tho head of Goat island Telephone System For Mexico City Mexico City March 23S Sltzsen ratter of London has signed a contract with tho federal government to provide this city with a modern sys ern of underground longdistance telephones Sisters Quit France Brest March 23ono hundred Si ters of the order of the Daughters Jesus left here owing to the closure of their establishment Thirty of them are going to Belgium 30 to Canada and 40 to the United States Left Headless Bodies Atlanta Ga March 23 Eighteen headless bodies were abandoned in wagons by Negro employes of an undertaker on the road to the cemetery during a storm two miles from the city The bodies were subjects of tho Atlanta dental college Frances Threat Shanghai March 23ltlstfeported here that France has threatened to move French troops from Indo China into the Kwang Si province unless the Chinese government suppresses the disturbances there Actress Died Suddenly Washington March 2Mrs Cora H Wilbur wife of Arthur R Wilbur manager of Hoyts a Texas Steer Co and until recently star In that production under the stage name of Alice Roseland died suddenly at her home in this city- Dieisions In the Cabinet Madrid March 23 Dissensions within the cabinet over the budget still threaten to cause a ministerial crisis The war minister demands an Increase of 3OOQ000 In the next budget of which 1600000 is for the army Bark Burned at Sea Funchal Madeira March 23The Norwegian bark Tabltha Capt J Dan ielsen Pensacola November 18 for Bu enos Ayres was burned at sea March 1 The British steamer Tarragnoa Rosario picked up tho Tabithas crew and landed them here Carriage and Wagon Makers to Strike Chicago March 23A thousand car stage and wagon makers will go on strike Monday unless their demand for recognition of the union and an increase in wages of 121ier cent is granted by the manufacturers i4tiHS xe N U f f1 EXTRAORDINARY SESSION nate Convened to Finish Up Much Needed Legislation ISWIthoutdotting punctuationmark ofColombiaIsthmian canal Tho vote for ratifi 5tIreexecutive session when tho result was senatorsthomsehcs senatsiege terminated appreclatlonThe day was given up almost entirely to general debate on tho treaty and In to the set speeches made un Senatorsratherltakenwhich was agreed upon by tho demo cratic caucus and hail reference to the andSouth onthismajorIn toesgenemlbellefthate completed In time to permit final adjournment Wednesday Some how laterWashingtonquestion again was discussed In the spokeforrect reference to the action of the IndlanolaJlssat 7 oclock Wednesday night the sen ate entered Into a unanimous agreo mont to vote on the Cuban reciprocit y Thehopewas dissipated by the discovery that ere were more speeches to be made badbeendifficult to secure an agreement to vote on tho treaty Thursday and it nothaveanxiety of senators to secure a final adjournment of the session Tho executive session covered six hours and was devoted largely to adverse criti daySenatorannexation of Cuba and presented an amendment to the treaty tendering an invitation to that island to become a stato of tho American union Washington March OArter ratifying the Cuban reciprocity treaty the senate aujourned sine die Thursday at PractlcalIytbe t thhef the Cuban w toereand one in favor of it and then promptly at the agreed hour 3 oclock voting began Roll calls were had on a number of amendments and the treaty Itself was made the subject aitoan aye and no vote Tho motion to ratify was adopted by a ballot of 50 o 16 somewhat more than three aourthvote lawasflcatlon Immediately after the doors were closed a few minutes past 11 e clock Senator Foster La took the floor in order to make a set speech in spoluforthe main his speech was an appeal azatho protection of tho American sugar producing industry He spoke espe chilly for the cane sugar interests ol Louisiana but said that while the sugar interest was of paramount Im portanco in his own state on account of the cane produced there the lice sugar industry had grown to such pro IIhemakIngture of prescn xn iiuons in 1bcna and said lh treaty be ratified thfimtoiLXtaa llaT ve ia 4 many of his cont icnts He appealed to senators siorth and south alike to refrain toin inflicting this hardship on his people Mr Foster also made the preventsuchJaborlabor could not compete with It SECRET WEDDING Juse Estrada Palma Was Married to Miss Mabel Jacobs February 11 lew York March 20It was learned Thursday that Jose Estrada Palma presldentabel Jacobs a student at the normal college and daughter of David B Jacobs a wealthy tobacco Importer privately married on February 11 Young Estrada Palma who is a student at Columbia university went to Washington Thursday to consult with Gonzales de Qutsada the Cuban min- Ister and to request him to break the news of the marriage to Ms father Secretary Shaw at Galveston Galveston Tex March 2tSecr TreasuryLeslloharbor and wharves Thursday alter noon and left on an early train for New OrleanslNaval Representation Ends departuretorEdward J Doan ends the naval rep bHavanaproperties and effects all of which have been disposed ofcThe Floridas Official Speen Trial Bridgeport Ct March OThecoast defense monitor Florida finally succeeded In making an official speed highIyand the government trial board Died of Heart Failure Washington March 20Noble D Lamer died of heart failure Thursday night in the Sundayschool room of the New York Avenuo Presbyterian church just after dellveiing his an nual report as treasurer or tho board of trustees The Price of Lobsters Reduced Portland Ma March 2OUp to a few days ago lobsters were selling at wholesale for 25 cents a pound Thursday the price wet down to 13 cents Tho unusually fine warm weather Is said to be responsible Differences Adjusted Knoxvillo Tenn March 20Gco- W Harris as personal representative of Samuel Gompers announced Thurs day night that all differences existing between organized laber and the Knoxville woolen mills had been adjusted Severe Electrical Storm Milwaukee Wis March 20 Re ports of ri severe electrical storm lu Wisconsin late Wednesday night aro coming In railroad tracks were washed out at Manltowoc and all trains are reported as being abandoned J ot fIr c I THE BIG GOAL STRIKE Anthracite Commission Makes Public Their llcport Mine Owners Seem Satisfied With the Findings and Will Put Clerks totWork Figuring Up Bonus Duo Each Employcl Washington March 23The report of tho anthracite strike commission was mado public Saturday It is con sidered a victory for tho miners although they failed to obtain complete recognition of tho union for which they bad contendedmThe commission adjudges that tho m Itenamounting to 10 per cent in tho case of contract miners over tho rates in 1902 Water hoisting engineers pet an Increaso of 10 per cent anti eight hour shifts Other engineers and pump men u per cent Increaso and Sunday holidays without loss of pay iremen eighthour shifts without ii- ireaso In pay after April 1903 but an increase of 10 per cent from No ember 1902 until April 1 1903 The commission fixes a minimum wage as well as a sliding scale of wages All disputes that arise during the life of the awards from April 1902 until March 31 1906 shall be settled by arbitration Tho report also provides against discrimination on the part of mine owners or the mine workers on account of membership or non membership in a union Tho commission discusses the ques tion of recognizing the union but de clined to make any award In tho matter Check weighmen and check dock ing bosses shall bo employed when requested by the miners cars must distributed equitably and the output of coal shall not be curtailed savo bamutual agreement The sliding scale of wages shall be based on the miniMmum price of 450 for a ton of coal The employes must be furnished with an itemized accountaTho commission finds that the boy coit and the black list arc Inhu niano institutions The average dailyr rate of earnings by tho miners not compare favorably with that of other Industries The union must not undertake to assume or to Interfere with the management of the business of the employeriShamokin Pa March 3Conl operators of this vicinity at an informal meeting decided that the best plan in reference to paying the mine workero e back slnco November 1 a hwardeddivide the amount into three parts and add each amount to the three ensuing regular pay days the first of which will fall on March 30 Wilkesbarre Pa March 23Most f the mine owners Sunday refused to comment on tho mine commission award They seem to be satisfied or t least willing to abide by the find gs An officer of the largest corporation said that violence and boycotts have been denounced In the report in no unmistakable language and that peace and normal conditions would pervail In this region for the next three years t least Alt tho local companies will put clerks at work to figure up tho bonus coming to each employe under tho award granting 10 per cent increase on wages earned since November 1 Tho Lehigh Valley Co has In its employment 35000 men and most of them will receive from 25 to 50 each The miners have made good wages since the strike ended and will profit the award to tho extent of from 340 to 60 each on percenter The jKhanna Coal Co wasV Brnraiuithaifrt the coiuw toll hut they havu agfvd to abide l y the tardPVOLCANO LA SOUFRIERE Violent Eruptions Took Place Early Sunday Morning Kingston St Vincent March 23 Tho eruption of La Soufrlere which began Saturday continued and Increased in activity during the night until it became most violent at 7 oclock Sunday morning At halfpast 8 oclock Sunday morning its violence was unabated and the spectacle was aweInspiring The crater is belching f Oorthheavenward accompanied by loud r s Lpreadingvelopes the entire island In darkness Electrical discharges occurred at Intervals during the night while at daybreak the sunlight was playing on the stupendous volcanic clouds produced exceedingly beautiful effects Attorney General Harlan Arrives New York March 3James S Harlan attorney general of Porto Rico arrived here Sunday on the steamer Ponce Mr Harlan says he will go tc Washington to see the president and ffer his resignation to take effect the atter part of April May Move to Ohio New YOrk March 23The removal of the sheet plant of the Sharon Steel Co at Sharon Pa to Loraln 0 eing considered by officials of tho States steel corporation to supply the demands of ship building con on the lakes Gen Funston Assumes Command Vancouver Wash March 23Brig Gen Funston arrived at Vancouver barracks Sunday and will assume com mand of the department of the Colum bia at once relieving Brig Gen Ran dall who goes to the Philippines Killed By a Highwayman Idaho Falls Ida March 23 Joseph S Brown was shot and killed by an unknown highwayman Brown was on his way to the station when a man ap proached him in front and another In the rear The man In front fired the ball piercing Browns abdomen Mrs William A Duer Dead New York March 23Mrs William A Duer mother of Mrs Clarance H Mackay and of Miss Carolina Duer died Sunday in the WaldorfAstoriaI hotel of a stroke of had been sick for some time Alleged Bank Robbers Captured Halifax N S March 23An armed posse of officers of Bridgetown Sunday captured two men who are supposed to have blown open the safe in the agency of the Union bank of Halifax at GrantvPle Ferry and secured 3100 in cash Friday In Favor of a Strike Texarkana Tex March 23Result- of the ballot taken by telegraphers and station agents of the Kansas City Southern road several days ago on a proposition to strike Is made public The vote favors a strike i t r r yi 1t51 f ry4C M ifili t DISGUISED CATARRHA Stealthy Insidious f WomenSufferThere arc a multitude of women cs pccialjyhouscwivcsandall other wom en to on feet constant riptlonvitality is sapped away by catnrrhnl discharges from the politic organs morningiteddaily duties tireil only to go to bed atnight as tired us before ttbSlrIgenerallyLnowlIulccrutlon of the womb The doctors ad vo alet an operation which I dreaded very underlLHeading remedYatrialNow I am a changed woman Peruna cured muchImproved perfecthnllhyearsMrs Eva Bartho MISS LOUISE MAIIOX MU Loalir Mahon 3 Glen haute ISo Secretaryfwrtteaz9fltrived from taking Feruna we would have any happier and more healthful women health has never been too robust and I am easily fatigued and can not stand much A thatI trlgrateful for In two weeks I was out of bed and In a month I was perfectly well and on find that my health Is much more than formerly so that I take Pe t wellLouisePeruna is such a perfect specific for each case that when patients have once toquittbegins to relieve the disagreeable symptoms at once The backache ceases the trembling knees are strengthened the appetite restored the digestion made perfect tho dull- eadache is stopped and the weaken ng drains are graduajly cured These results certainly follow a course of treatment with Peruna Barbara Alberty corner Seventh and Walnut streets Appleton Wis writes as follows in regard to Peruna For years 1 have suffered with back nche and severe pains in the side 1 doctored so much that I became ills couraged A school friend toldme bow- eryv much Peruna had benefited her and I sent out for a bottle which did more to relieve DIe than all the other MARKET REPORT Cincinnati March 21 CATTLECommon 3 25 4 00 Butcher steers 4 85 5 10 CALVESExtra 7 50 HOGSCh packers 7 65 7 70 Mixed packers 7 45 7 50 SHEEPFxtra 5 75 6 00 IAMBS Spring 12 00 fil3 00 FLOUR Spring pat 3 90 tiP 4 20 WHEATNo 2 red 76 CORNNo2 mixed 42V OATSNo2 mixed 3- 8RyENo2 57 HAYCh timothy 17 50 Tccr Cktifamiir 20 25 IARDStCiI in 10 3- 7UTiERCh ulry 12 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reduced railway rates etcten r CAMDV CATM 111010 DshlI Geimine In Beware I IIsomethIng LAND WARRANTS lued to olflr t ar tlo tim AalUUocol WrtliDt at rBASIllt BEOER fU lbs UI atir Clo r5 E r itfaithfully f v pletely cured me I have not had any pains since anywhere hut feil like it flrwhat r bam Alberly Mm Kale MnnnSOO Dntlinrnt Street IrrldrntutI t i draESliiK i fJcould lIly be spared It was therefore asimple godsend to me when Peruna was IirouKht to my notice ICvery drop seemril to give me new life and every doze made me red much better and I promised myself 1that If I found that It me would ad vocate It so that other suffering women pcrtecthealth J pleasure because In such One health and no 1trouble seems too heavy to bear when you are In good health Prruna has ISlmpl been a household Efcsslnir and I be without Itagain Mrs Kate ntverWI1ISins KATE MANS Mr Anna Martin 47 Hart StreetnroolOyn N Y wrlteat Peruna did so much for me that r feel it my duty to j elmilartyhealth was completely broken down bad andmeruna in our home as a tonic and for colds mytroublecame regular my pains had entirely dIm pertecUyweILMrs Mrs Wm Met rick Kennard Washington county Nebwrites lam fiftysix years old and liavc not felt well since the Change of Life be miseryIit hurt me to lean against the back of al chair I had pain under my shoulder jblades in the small of my back and hips I sometimes wished myself out spellsdizzinessand was losing flesh all the time After following your directions and taking Tcruna I now feel like a different pe- rsonIrs Wm He trick Ifyoudonotderivepromptnnclsats factory results from the use of Feruia write at once toDr Hartman giving n fun statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis I 4bottleVAddress Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O f 81 ftjictoJJ I tYr r e IIt ueVaterloo and Acrt Lea 1 Fat Vesllbulr Night train with through Sleeping Cu UutfctLlbpry Car and Free ReclIning Chair Car Dining Car Service 5 en route Tlckels at agents iCILR itand eonnectlDI lines rrA P r i- fr i rJi II f I are made in the largest and best equipped ammunition in the world Ifactory I of U M C make is now accepted by shooters s I forII t- I Cartrida Co Bridgeport Conn t I4uJo HOMESEEKERsl GOODFARMS with productlTC tolls can txte cuted on the Nashville Chitta nooga St Louis in Tennpe gentucky Alabama 5 Georgia PRICES REASONABLE Climate I TJhealthful never very cold or very hot All marketable crops grown and bring better prices than in the North Rainfall ample and well distributed CORRESPONDENCE with Real Estate Agents In the North invited For H F 4NASUVILLU FREE TO WOMFNTO prore the cieanolngpoierorpa5Toilet mall a large trial with book of Instruction absolutely free This if not a tiny sample but a targe package enough to convince 4anyone of Its value Women alt orer the are i praising In local treat ment or iemwl tlIaeurogs animation and discharges wonderfulas c cleansing vaginal douche for sore throataeat catarrh as a mouth wash and to remove a artar and whiten the teeth Send today apostal card win do otd tY by deugIt orxatpvitpald fcy as SO eels larwe bow susraIedTHE K iAi ATBoston L2 WANTED VARITAXTH 1t05 01005 wouiiier 3K KIUIEY ttatrd DROPSY Pztinforwbati5 UlOgKacsaaciiyMo NEW DISCOVERT gIsu- olckttileandeurworat irca or n u eauxa 1011 a s o iruni ANER1162YI voAZtta MU AlfVtaViiaKKS please stale tfcat JOB saw Uf tUterl VBent In bit papert f I 1 t r t i ljh r r t OWIUGSILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOpK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KT 1 r SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE If Address nfl communications to OUTLOOK Punusmxa Co or to W HONAKEK Owingsville f 1rue II II MARCH 20 1903 J ili ANNOUNCEMENT ForircuIt Court Clerk We unauthorized to announce James L Conner as n candidate for r Circuit Clerk of Bath county sub t ject to tho action of the Democrat fl ic party Election November 1903 I s f f Wp are authorized to announceS Y Jason J Murk as a t Circuit Court Clerk of Bath coun 1ITsubjuct to tho action of the Democratic party MP d TUB Senate before adjourning ratified tho Cuban reciprocity treaty but there will bo no reeL 41 prority for several months yet if at nil j CIRCUIT JUDGE PARKEK of Lox decides that fraudulent de tS Itolaratlons of dividends constitute in ono of the invest t mont company cases TUG obstacles to tho construe 0 tion of the Panama Canal by the United States are melting away AjT tho Senate having ratified tho treaty with Columbia last week F If the Canal is computed without s ti the grafters getting in their work it will bo 4 ho wonder of tho Twen tieth Century 01J CORRESPONDENCE 1J Lf Force Hill Sirs Jennie Myers Fold to Char r1Slie Dawson a 3yenrold horse for c 75 Jt tl Mrs M P1 Staton and children of Preston are visiting her par oats Mr and MreG W Barber ric Mrs Eliza Williams who had been indoors for several a with a sprained hip spent week with her daughter Horseman and son JmonthlJ and family aUon Prickly r Springfield k t OB Spratt sold five head of cattle to A W English at 4o- tlt t h Born to the wife of Horace Wil oojliaUll twin girls March 20 1903 Moscfamos Barnes Spratt and ZL W iler Boyd visited Mrs John WcdtloedaypwslJorBoyd Jas Jones attended I Mondays Ja Jones and wife Will Cay woOdnndJoe Chaney attended tho play at Mt Sterling Wednesday tight Sam lt4JwhoJlas been ill for porno time was moved to hit tlL ThursdayAt 1 7 Lee Spratt who flag been ill with typhoid foyer ever since Christmas f v spent he day with his brother a Barnes Spratt Tuesday This is 7J the first time he has been out- Mud LICK Bourn Wills will move his sawmill to Caney In a short time t Ellas Highley bought a pair ot mules in Mt Sterling Monday fo I 230 p Henry Beffit lost his only horse it bydeath last weok leaving him f bad shape for farming GeorgC0 machinery being broken i Tom McCarty passed hero Wed I nesday with some sows and pigs that he bought on Salt Lick Wm Hlgblov bought two shoats t t from Joe Crosby for 12 and two irom Elias Blevino at samo price I George McKinley drilling for the Embry Oil Co finished anptber well Saturday night finding some oilI tjb k hlnepassedJJeretho pP4o the head of big Salt Lick Creei w er1hey drill for oil Wm and John Jackson of near 1 Rileylagrampigs from RTRichardson for 20 Slate Valley Rowe is scarce this week on no- count of so much rain iji AIowMobacco beds burnt but 1r thuchfarmIhgdonept Born March 13th to John Tin cher and wife a daughter Willie if Botti Buddie Jones moved to near itv Sharp burg Sorry to lose a good t 4 citizen Sam Jones wont to housekeeping SS in the bouoe lately vacated byBud i die Jones 1II Ponchos are killed the apples ari almost out in leaf with a prospec t for a fine crop f t V Sam Clark of Blue Banks wa t the guest of the family of Sam Shultz Saturday night Y John Collins moved into the house with Irafester We welcome J a good family In our midst na they are flritclaao people rriJlWeunderstandtb t Chas Warren latelyof this place now of r Ashland Ii verysick with inflami naatprytheumatl8m and lung trouj tie V fIraNestor and niece Miss Annje Ai XJollinsTlMted the formers dnughr ter MrB Job is W Coyle on upper c irijdy Ai hon day the past Mturoijnjghpnie Sunday 1SI V i J J a4 La v LlcklnizUnlonS Lewis William who has been poorly is better Urn II J Ramey of Salt Lick filled his regular appointment here Sunday The Lexington Oilco has their powerhouse completed and will soon be ready to pump their wells lo Jnnus Henderson drilled in oil well No7 on J W Hams farm last Tuesday reports oil in paying quantities unGe plant on JW Hams farm laying pipe lines to wells will be ready to pump in a week Miss Nora Cogwell returned home Wednesday from Millers 0 where slid had been saying with her grandmother Mrs Botts nail attending school for the past four mouths Midland City March has certainly given us plenty rain nnd muddErnest Cnssity of Preston visit ed relatives hero Inst week Willis Moore of Farmers is to erect a store hero nnd sell goods Mrs Lee Thompson visited her parents Walker Cassity and wife at Preston lust weekCOur friends will sometimes say to us Midland why dont you- write more news Well CrlendEt while this is a hustling little place you know our population is some thing less than thousands but atihl I could give you n long list of itemsby taking in Salt Lick andr Farmers like some others do c wo know of but wa fool like that would bo usurping what did not rightfully belong to us Hillsboro Jag Hall went to Cincinnati lust week Hillsboro will linvo a broom fncItory April lilttSara Hawkins nnd wife were at Bethel last week J M Hunter returned from Oklahoma Saturday IThe telephone line Jo Sunset wasI this week I Rot Wnllingford wite and ba 2 by visited Sam T Shields Sunday Miss Mamie Crawford began hers spring school Monday of lust week Albert Vanlandinghaca left Mon day for Missouri to make his homo Misses Ethel Jones and Leila Walton returned home from Milt enburg College last week Okla Tho farmers wero all busy last week sowing their tobacco bode Prof Tapp is hero for the pur pose of getting up a sngingschool Miss Lou Ramey of Owing ville was hero a few days ago looking for a school They have organized Sunday school bets and will moot every Sunday in tho afternoon A number of persons from horo attended the funeral of Tilford Garner last Wednesday at Wyom lnR Samuell Darnell wife sad two childron of Smoky How wep iiYt guests of Bryjxnt Dent a wife Sunday The weather has been very changeable of late Last Friday it was warm with thunder and lightning and I Saturday it snowed Many parsons fear the fruit will bo killed Stoops A W Byrd was in Cincinnati 1last week Sid Hart bought a pair of mules from Joo Coons for 300 Will T Bryant will go to Cincin nati to consult an eye specialist John W Thompson sold a fine work mare to Will Turner for 130 Joe Coons sold a mare to John McClain of Mt Sterling for 85 Miss Annabol Coons who was quite sick last week has about ro covered Mrs Mnyme Griggs of Mt Ster ling was the guest of relatives here last week Mrs D L Goodan visited her sister Mrs SF Deiof near Ju dy SUbdarQ Daniel Baker of Flat Creek doing some work on tho farm roe idetico of J H Gillaspie O S BIgstaff who has been quite sick on the farm was moved to him father J M Bigstafifs at Mt Sterling last week Bethel Atkin Williamsof Carlisle spent last week with his sister Mrs Ruth RatifY Little Bertha Cro h who has been so low with pnounonia him proving slowlysRev W W Spates will preachat Gilead Church the first Sunday InIApril at 11 oclock Cards are out foij the wedding of John R Peters and Miss Gertrude Blair of near Carlisle April lot a 3 oclocknThe farmers have been trying to 1sow tobacco beds but the ground Iis too wet for much work no gar t dens made yet Miss Edna Irvine and Bortha Trurnbo of Nicholas Co visited friends here last week and attended several little socials in the village r1be reception at the Chriqtian cburcliSaturday afternoon was an enjoyable affair CThe new preach er Bro Jones and wifo were ally received A good crowd was present and was well entertained with good mush songs and recita lions by the litllo children afte which a nice lunch was served which was enjoyed by all J 1 i i i 2 jiiV fipo 7 i i k lJJ 1lo tr1 J t T 5Z vrrCralgsrWin Lowrc lost a nice cow by death a c1BlIlkcow for30 Win Craig bought a horso from his son James for 1aJames Sexton moved from hero Salt Lick Monday of hist week Pui Ioysold a pair of mules to Win and Johnnie Gregory for 155 Robert Clark sold ono span of ities to Pat Tov price not learn RUT Sum JIark preached here h Saturday night and Sunday of lastc week Johnnie Thompson moved from the Foley mines to this place one day last week- Thomas Collins who had been in Ashland for sonic time at work i came home Saturday night Martin Sexton our hustling watlI aper agent met with a bad ent by letting a plank with a nail in it full on his foot I Crooks G R Armstrong is on the sick list Will Williams left Monday fur harlestonTa to work Mites Ethel and May Barnes in Owingsville Thursday D S Nixon and wife are visit ing relatives at Salt Lick and Mid laud W W Nixon sold to Tom GarI ett of Stepstone a work horse for 1550SMiss Lillie Johnson visited rein i tives in Owingsville from ThursduJ until MondayIWe are having plenty of rain and mud The mud roads are almost impassable r There will bo no peaches in this neighborhood they were killed nd did not got to bloomIS V Johnson and Joe Williams went to Louisville last week Mr Johnson went to sell tobacco and Mr Williams to consult physician about his sore leg Died of consumption March 3d Mrs Loss Williams aged 19 years She loaves a husband 2 monthsold baby mother nnd three to mourn their loss Ono by ono earths ties are broken As wo see our love decay And the hopes so fondly cherished Brighten but to pass away Ono by ono our hopes grow brighter As we near the shining shore For wo know across tho river Walt the loved ones gone before Grange City II D Tinley sold a horse to Win Estill for 15- 0NewtonIoiinson bought a horso of Jas Williams for 90 John Razor of Moores Ferry isited at Bud Collivers last week Boone Lynam solda horse to John Young of Bath Co for 100 Lewis Davis sold to Mcln tyro of Georgetown a horse for 185 Mrs Mote Weaver of Qjvjngs ville is visitinghieioMrs T J Havens loJ nioJSfccAcgar of Wyoming visited his grandmother Mrs Emily Bradley Little Miss Ruby Snedegar of Wyomingvisited her grandmother Mrs David Rope Mrs Victoria Newman of Flew ingsburg visited friends and rela tives hero last weok Little Miss Lethj May Walton of near Poplar Plains is visiting her grandfather R R Walton S L Havens bought a horse of Lester McLain for 85 and resold it to Newton Johnson for 95 Everett Gardiner and wife of Hillsboro visited the latters par lents J M Newman and wife Sunday Misses Annie and Minnie Walton visited S T Walton and wife at Hillsboro Wednesday of last weekMrs Burgess Kissick daughter Miss Maude nnd sons Alton and Clparents Cooper and wife near Poplar Plains West End- Born March ieth to Wm Pier sail and wife a son For hogringers andrings npplyI to Karrick d FattenSMeal Is worth 75 cents here and bogs are very healthy Hattie Young is juntnlivo at this writing She has consumption The Iowa oil people are hero find will go to business iq a few days Travis Warned sold to Tom Mc Catty two sows and pigs for 57 Tom Roborson sold a sOWlndI pigs to Wm Denton Mr nnd Mrs TiI Nickell have been visiting friends and relatives hero for the past weekiFrom causes us OUTLOOK doesnt reach us until Sat rday about half the time Toy ra mailed here so as to go out on the 1248 train Wednesday and ought to reach Salt Lick that af ernoonEdJ v Now look here Jim bo consistent You supported Bryan and ho says himself he is not a PopulistIbut a Democrat You during that campaign that the greatest obstacle your party had to contend with was our army of post masters and other Federal officers You said a man would not care to vote himself out of n job Then a suppose the Governmentowned tho railroads and under the present ad ministration the thousand ofplHces were filledwellwe would assess the wlibje outfit Uqd you know the k v j A 1 sy ty t 7 t Ie tz Talk about impernlism to that would lie a rapid strith to wards it JIUIl will solid 1 W uvn to see if wo cant convert you Stopstone Our now store Frank Browns t the Sondlieimor stand is doing a rushing business it being far be yond Mr Bs expectations Mr Carter a brother of G W Curler has moved into tho Wil lama house here Unit was vacated hy Muck Williams sonio days ngos We learn that the windingup of t ftho tfondhcimcr estate is going to j Ilornedof Ml Sterling affair that isj1 jot lYLit by a right smartid IJain rain we aro having lots ofl it now so much that farming away behind butt grass oh how I is growing and if nothing comes to set it back it will bo high enough o bo turned on by the middle of month L F Greenwadas store at this laco had an auction last Satur day but things not going as high as tho expected ho topped it after selling a few thing much to tho disappointtnont of the bidders who were expecting to lay in a largo supply at n moderate cost V II Montjoy nnd sisters Mrs J T Barnes antI Miss Emma L Montjoy anti Mrs Bs daughter Miss June of Ewington were vis iiing the families of C B Reid and B R Myers Jr last week Mrs B expects to leave soon to nmkoJ home near Marshall Mowherc husband has rented a larg dj farm W T Payne lund quite a fortune presented to him if he works i A right a fow days ago in the simper ofa doubleheaded calf It hat two I complete heads one neck every thing doubloexccpt tho ears there beingonly iwoVof thomolle on the outside of both head Tho calf can drink milk out Of eithcrj mouth nnd seems to be u trr make life a pleasure j Olympia Mrs Melissa Snedegar is some betterD Bishop went to Mt Ster ling Saturday Mrs Lillie Ballard of Stepstone was hers Wednesday Mrs Mcliss came Saturday to live with Mr and Mrs D R lieu op Ballard Swarts wont Thursday to vie1his parents atSimpsonBreath itt Co A big oil rill was unloaded her Monday TSey are going to drill for oil Mrs N A Shrout of Owings yule was the guest of tier mother Mrs Snodegar Friday Mr and Mrs Robert Wells of Roos Run were guests of Siu Vnrren and wife Sunday Mrs Cole Jackson was called to the bedsido of her daughter Mrs Joo Williams nt Preston We are glad to seo our friend Mr Costigan out again His fum ily is up again and much butter Walter Jackson went to Mt StefiiBgEaesday to beopor for a decayed Jioiij in JbiiH i stood tho operation very well There wits a big slip in the cut west of this place and it took eov eral days to clear the track and wake it safe for the trains to run overMr Editor Tell all fur buyers to como to Olympia forJ K Jtuk son is going Co sell 53 coon hides and 17 opossum hubs Dec 25th 1903 Well there ore only a few girls left single in Olympia They are left behind to cry after their sweet hearts Dont cry girls there are others I seo that the Mud Lick corres poudent has found out that the smallpox was chickenpox Tell him to ask Mrs Coctigan how she would like to have smallpox nnd if itiwould not bo certain death Salt Lick Omar Warren and Grant North were in Mt Sterling Saturday rAt this writing th prospects am 0 good for some morevinter weather Earl Fell nnd Miss Norn English visited Owingsville Friday after noonLittle Miss Anna Laura Cochran of Ragland visited the family of Press Jackson the past week Chris Whitcomb of Aehlond representing a computing scale house was in town this week Bruce Stages and family hove moved back lucre from Torrent and have rooms at Mrs Addingtons Miss Effle Kring who is attend ing Ky University at Lexington stopped over here on her way back school from a visit to her par ents near Yale W R Ftephens was in Cincin lust week Dr Pierce visited n Louisville Mrs E A Kerohe val and children spent Wednesday j with her cousin Mrs Robt Young at FarmersJessie returned last weok to his home in Illinois after a soy eral weeks visit to relatives here His departure was witnessed with much regret by several of tin oung ladies Tha ladies of the M E Churchill servo refreshments at tho Par sonage and will also give an entor tnininent at the Churchhouse on the night of March 28th Evoryj body invited to attond and help inI worthy cause V Russell Maze and Miss Mottie 1 Triplett both of near MarKall were married by Elder Ross Mireh f 15th at his residoncoIThere aro several other weddings 4 f k J f1t1t L TJfJ i 7 r jUJk AoJoJL report that have occurred in thin neighborhood hilt as most of the p rt ics tinmcdintely concerned are grass widows anti grass widow ers and have hud the novelty of seting heir wedding aiituiiiiicc iiients worn off we will cut it out Upper Prickly Ash Daniel Harper bought a horse of Walter Harper for 7750 Mrs R L Stono is some lntler after a severe attack of In grijpu John Allen of Whito Oak ilt- d his brother Tom Allen Monday It L Stono sold n short yearlingS iemfer to R T D 15 Miss Lilllo Kerr of Clark CoS time guest of Miss Minnie Kerr ist week Ronny Horseman of Washington Brunch visited his sister MM B F Shrout first of the week Caleb Ratliff wife nnd daughter Elizabeth visited relatives in Mt Sterling Saturday tuti Sunday William Coyle and wifo of lower Prickly Ash visited hia brother John Coylo and family lust weok The farmers were busy Thurs day and Friday sowing tobacco beds Several have tobacco plants up Oscar Chandler nnd wife of Ow ingsville spent Sunday with the formers father Riley Chandler and family pSMiss Walter May Bailiff began a y chool at upper White Oak schoolhouse last Monday with twentyfive scholars J Elder R T D Zimmerman will preach nt Harpers schoolhouse the second Sunday in April Ev cr body is invited to hoar him James Shrout and wire of near ftShorpsburg and Willio Slurout anti guestsjrofElder R T D Zimmerman has bought two lets at Salt Lick price not known Ho has fenced them and anticipates building on both lots this spring Roe Manlcys eon John Willie aged about 35 died at Ashland Sunday of typhoid fever and wus to he buried Tuesday at the Atch ison gtaveyard Mrs E S Harnillon and Mrs Frances Hamilton of Roes Run visited Mrs U L Stone lat Wed I nesday Mrtv Francos Hamilton returned to Roem Run Sunday aci couipaniod by Walter Hamilton Farmers eRe Dr L P V Williams of Morchead preached at the bnplist Church here Sunday morning antS night Mrs H H Kring hits been visit ing her daughter Mrs G B Myn lifer at Rothwell Menifco county for several days Miss Alice Monlaguebookkoopor of the A B Camp Lutnbur Co at Salt Lick visiteil her si tor Mrs C U Clayton Sundny Mrs Dr A W McCleoso and sister Miss NOIr yussitj wha havo been very ill for fpvornl days we are sorry to say wse no bettor n11p ua of nor ImrtIIef etk the guest rlltn I tiigh r Mrs C G Clayton and family horu W C Clover wont to Pewee Val loy Friday evening to see his stepfather J W Biirbridge who is ill at the Confederate Homo at that place ohilldrendown Sunday afternoon to visit the formers cousin C T Flannory and family Mrs John Cornell started Sat urday afternoon for Clay SVTa where she will join her husband who is employed in a largo sawmill atthnt place Solomon Ralston and family who moved to Washington Slate about three weeks ago returned Saturday to this place whore they willmake thick homo Samuel N Sorrcll our accommo dating and efficient postmaster af ter an attack of haarippe which lasted only a few day we arp glad to say is ablo to lick stamps againSMrs Kate P Evans has been quito poorly at her home here for several dayp with complication of troubles but it is our sincerest wi that she may bo soon restored toII perfect health Hazel Bridwell owner of Iha big stove elevator here wont to Louisville Saturday to visit his family and while In that city will purchase some machinery which is needed for his elevator The Alexander gasoline boat which left lucre several days ago for Salyersville has landed safely at her destination but owing to the supply of gasoline becoming exhausted a supply had to ba ordered there before starting on her return trip to Farm era v rflmo Ladies Aid Society of this place will commencing next Sat urday keep on sale in the store of U F Martin cakes pies etc for the benefit of the Christian Church at this place Tho proceeds will be used toward employing n preacher for time church Everybody should patronize the ladies as its for a good cause and its greatly hoped they may make a success J- afarrled at Morohend Saturday 21st inst Clarence Myers to Miss Martha McCarly bc j rf this place It makes tho second matri monial venture for this young cou Wo as it hnsnt bon but a few months since they ivere divorced But loves ties seem to have never been broken nnd it is sincerely hoped by their many friends that peace and harmony may dwellwith them through life and that the second ship whicbXnrries thorn over f i S5S a wiw5 tvIINyrf ir t SiS5J LU tiIQ 1 SENSATIONAL JEWELRY SALEA I WILL OFFER MY ENTIRE STOCK OF Jewelry Watches Silverware Cut Glass Books Clocks Etc At the lowest prico ever offered as I have too many goods on hand Now is tho timo to buy such Jewelry as you need Sale will begin at once Below I give some pricesSGlints Watches SOc to SOc 7jeweI Silver no Century Watch l8eizo 2 7 J N Y Standard ISslze 215 7j Elgin in silver case 495 7j Elgin 20yearcnse IS size G95 7j Elgin 20yr3size lutgcase 15j 15 size Solid Gold Cise 21 50 6 size King 5year case 350 8May Clocks 175 1day Alarm Clock65e1 tIny Tattoo Alarm 105 8day Iron Clock 450 up 8day Enameled Wood Clocks 375 Sleeve Buttons 10 15 25u LadiesPluiwGold WEARSp Tiles are only a fey of my nnd ate 50 pr cent cheaper than you can buy elsewhere OLD GOLD AND SILVER TAKEN SAR1E AS CASH BASCOM STULL- I JWILE OW4SVLL3 6f iSSTThis is not a removal sale ns I do not Owingsvihle- rzLa asaaaa cr I cji o zW t I r AL J = JEIJ Library UofiD Tickef This coupon entitles the to TEN VOTES tha can cast for any institution competing beau tile Library when properly fdUd out signed and delivered o to this olllce- Naftic of Institution Name of Voter THE OUTLOOK Owingsville Ky ID 7 iac22 time matrimonial sea may have lieu sails set so hail storms or cyclones may have no efFect on it while on their journey through life is the wish of their mnuy friends and es pecially tho writer Knob Lick Spring cms to be lucre The peaches are not all killed Wo are having considerable rain There is very little plowing done Dudley Spencer has gono to In dian Territory Hogs tHe bringing nil a man can hold his breath and ask for thorn John Ytrbrou hag sent two team to Qanoy to work on the trauroud Capt Pitman bought at or near Stepstone lately 27 head 2year old cattle pitying some 4c pIn lb Mrs James Lowe sold a milch tow to John Richer for 25 Mrs L and family have sinco moved to Indiana Mrs Snm Jackson and Mrs Wm Warner of o jIlgsi lie vic ited friends amid relatives at Knob Lick and limes Run Sunday Lfslio Flood delivered lontLt 41 iulJs ft triii thsrb was eouio unnccos sary hunting as the coal came through Salt Lck in transit here hoary Swanigun nnd Georgo Hunt had n setto nt time mines last week They used rocks picks and any old thing thoy could uso to an advantage Hunt got a knock down Swanigan lost his shoo heel Von SwnnignnwaR very much excited n few days since over oil It was in that rainy weather and near his house he claimed the nil was coming to tho lie had visions of untold wealth but on getting at the facts in tIme case it happened to bo the soakings from an oak gatepost which hind begun to Van is notalone as to believing they have surface 9nlyIone way go down after it yourself or get some man who has to burn to get it for you There seems to be several oil men who would commence opera lions to see if we had an oil field if they could lease territory to oper Itate on Would all who can to lease and develop their landns that is the only way that the most the landowners willever know what they have I deem it a favor for some ono to make it possible for me to make a thousand dollars without any effort or expense on my part It does not hurt mo if tIme other party snakes a million I am just thnt much shoed TJioro is a common senso view to take in the case if I have oil to get tho benefitsof it I must either bore for it myself or let some one elso or let it tulane WS GUDGELL I A7TYATLAW I Office with K GoUgeR Son StV K- YNOTICE O ALL PHYSICIANS OF BATH COUNTY Sealed bids will be received by the Fiscal Court of Bath county at ho April term 1903 for the letting if medical services to time pauper ioor in each of the six magisterial histriets of Bath county for the period of ono year Court reserves th6 right to eject any and all bids as time best fntorcstsbf Iho county may require jNO A DAUGLIERTYJILF Marcii1th219O3 3 1 y j Ladies Solid Gold Set Rings any eize 75 00 150 Ring 75cto450 SILVERWARE THAT Rodycrs 1847 Knives and 350 dozen Rfldgerri 1817 Tablespoon 245 set Roiigors 1847 Teaspoons 110 set Puff Boxes fit 75ISilver Thimbles 20 SOe fiyonr Chains G5c 20year Walch Case 3 25 Gcar Wutch Case lbO Nice Testaments 25 A 0 U W Pins JOe up prices intend leaving holder bo forthe mailed jli of surface decay money adviso of H rn- tZ Io u c JYa5Irw OLD HICKORY is a standard high grade Kentucky whisky absnlutely pure and can ho recommended lo those setkin a stimulant for iaeil icinal or social use For cab o by b SF ATCUISOK Owingsville Ky tHSKmreirs BL1- Sr k1ftl Lt2PLL ji c tc e cola P ad6O 1 tl JlCCJHWjld lutalllc Inxea MfJii with buo ribbon SoruUIondr aaoa 4c In t3m fr LtriIeiara 7cti ZCtebrCOCllO VtMjBtUu t5z r 22 k O HA1LWAY Mini except Hunrtay All others unity Train null zi carry Uluin crfr TTBrvin Menu ulucarc- riun Aiu KPFKCTIVB J JVLVST It te TIXKIJP TKAIXBAT izraT STATION SS Et3TUbCUfl- Iu J tli1n m 4e55 U45 Na n iWJST sO lD INo 21 uto 5zmtp o ajuit ni Kxpross Trains for Louisville Lexington Cincinnati Washington Xow York and Eastern Citns Public Notice Bath County Fiscal Court Special Term Dec 29th 1002 It is ordered by the Fiscal Court of Bath county that the Judge of this Court and Bath Comity give notice that all persons feeding stock on any of the turnpike roads of Bath county which arc owned by said county will for each offence bo prosecuted ns the law prohibit ing such offences directs And the commissioners of the road districts aro to report all offences Nof this kind in their respective districts to the County Attorney who phall procure warrants for ouch offender and prosecute such offenders as the law directs It Is further ordered that all lund holders owning or in any way governing land lying and adjacent to any of tho turnpike roads owned by Bath county must within 12 months from the let day of Jan uary 1903 remove or cause to he removed all fencing wherein same is an encroachment upon the right of way of said turnpike roads except where the same has been erected by consent of governingautluoaV ity previous to Bath county And all persons fall- lag or refusing to obey this order within tho time herein specified shall by tho turnpike commission era of each turnpike district r Bath county bo reported to time torney for Bath county who shall on such information proceed as the law directs to have such obstruc tions removed and the parties pros ecuted for same JNO A DAUGHERTY JBFC- A copy attest J T Peters ClerktBy 1 J ingJudgeCourt in pursuance of tho obey order of said Court do hereby give PUBLIC NOTICE to all persons in Bath county who hnc or who may violate either of the above said or ders that they from this date de sist from these olTenses and comply with the requirements above stated This January let 1903IJNO A DAUGHEKJT J BC See our samples and t our prices and we will do your job york V v r ij I y4r0 I i 4jjfi T r jLDjoiitIt t FREEli fLIBRARY CONTEST THAT PROMISESS TO PROVE UNUSUALLY INTERESTING c DETAILS IN FULLfrA number of OwingsvJllos enter rising merchants have nrrango what will prove the most Interest contest between Owlngsvillo City Schools 1 Masons Salt Lick Odd Fellows Acker Lodge A O U W Robertson Lodge A O U W tJKnights 2 Knights of the Maccsbees Colored U B F and U B S Or any clllhchurch or organization of the town or county fThe prize will be a mngnlflcont brnry consisting The Dr Dwight ExPreBident of IJ Yale University edition of 4 sets of the Worlds Great Classics contain ng sot of Classic Histories set otIClassic Science and Pliilosoplij set of Classic Essays and Orations set of Classic Drama English and Orl ental Literature Each and every one of these bookaSmire specimens of the best mechanic execution which examination wffil prove and they will boon exhi j bition at J T KImbrougiis drug store where tho ubhi Is invited to call antI Insuect same The conditions of time contests nre w as follows Any lodgochurohsebool club hospital college or organiza Lion public or private Is eligible to ithe contest Votes for Individuals will not bo counted im3 Igrand library is furnished on which will bo writ ten the amount of the purchase and the number of votts The purchaser will write on tho ticket the name orItne Institution or organization for which he or fihodssiresto vote sign their name and deposit the ticket In time ballot box in the storo whore tho purchase is niacin file standing of tho eoimtestantS will be published exclusively fn eachSissue of TIlE Owijasvaj OCTMOJC until MarHi 27 J903 when time re maining votes wiil bo counted sod the magnificent library awarded to tho organization having tie largest number of votes TUG OUTLOOK will puliHsh in each Issue a coupon that will entitle the holder to ten votes that will be credited to the institn unit that is written on space provided for same when delivered to the office otttulspaperSoting tickets can lip secured1 only from tilt following stores Mrs 1 S Estlll Dry Goods amid 4SMiliinery r Jamos GHIon Goats Furnishing Goods Clothing Bouts rw ShoeH E L it A T Byron JIar Iwarc AJolitii l 1GattCarriage itortar V PrthertEIag OtofrJ ittotmSturgelt Xewcler and Op- tlclan EagoneMituibau SlhUel and lI r N flOSS il D Paris Fucultnro andUad tak log J L Hess Funeral Director and Enha1tflor Dawson t Conner Livery sara and Feed Shiblo SJ5IIIPORTANTRemember that the LlbraryVotingStickets will bo issued on old as well nowns accounts when1 the account is paid VOTD IX IiiBRAnr CONTEST Those conducting tim Library con test will please count up and report each Monday afternoon at TUB OuT LOOK office the result of the ballot and also brin the ballots tiod up In rra paper with tho firms uiuno written on the package Mar mornings2IAcker Lodge A O U W li631T Robertson Ttodpo A O UW 75070 Knl btsotluccl1boes8J52Masons 031T BaptistilssyChurch I 18485 Knights of Pytitias2632White Oak Church 1434 CitySciuoot6i2Presbyterian Ohllrch602MrsCuunersSelmoul11thM Olympia Church25SlateVnileyClmurch864Bath ofConfeduracy230Suit OwingsvilloChrlstianChurch 209 SnIt Lick Masonic Lodge 8i Mt Pleasant Church 70 21fc lOol 27 Salt Llefc Public School eo G AO UW 0 DlstrctSehuoolNn493Harpora 278tAME Church 1S2 IB Frank Hedge has nn nsFittant barber who is up in the newest wrinkles and is a smooth artistShas nil sorts ofIUO prepnra Cokes Dandruff Cure S P R 8 N G 1903 Blue rass Nurseries Fruit and ornamental trees grapeavines smullfruitp jtsparaRUH rhu barb nail everything tom orchard lawn and garden Strawberry nnd Igeneral catalogue on request Both 0 phone HF HHIcnmeyer Son i LEXINGTON KY rj