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Jf r C J o c or r 0 t jI t I 0 fI0 1rj 1 l 1 3 C Ut 7 i Jj r l I 0 J yw r v rb i o i V riUI I If L Wte L- mingiLLt uffoakF Sr 7t Ii f J i S l VOL XXIV OWINGSVILLE KENTUOKY THURSDAY APRIL 2 I 903 NO 38 a 1 5 Whon you have n nows Itom or wish to commum cato with TIm OUTLOOK office by phono ring up 51 Come to TOE OUTLOOK for horse and Jack bills T S Shrout sold Rev Ed And icrson a gray horse for 100 16x20 picturo traraes 1 to 125 each J M BROTDER Sam Lathram sold fourteen 120 lb hogs to A N Crooks at 655 Roes fc Patterson bought a sow and Biz pigs of Lee Goodpastor for 25 The new pump in the Cotild house yard hns been with a nice pavement The enipes are still too few in iinumberthe sportsmen much practice The ground was just getting in condition for plowing SundRY and the rain began again that night WE MUST HAVE OCR MONET 80 Ipleftse call and settle S SLKSSKR Cabinet workbench and tine totI carpenters tools for sale cheap GANO GAULT f FOR EKNT House and lot in Owingsville Apply to GANO GAULT V I There wye no electric liehts Sat ik furday andunday nights wing to I tho pump at the plant not working L VThe frosts and freezes Wednes dry nod Thursday mornings last week probably did for most of the fruit Lindsey Coleman of the Int Capt Mat Coleman died in Mt Sterling of consumption SaturdA L afternoon C W Honaker has bought outI the Frank Hedge barber shop and will run it retaining Parker the f Paris barber t The fishermen got in their work r if from Thureday to Saturday in a moderate way Slate Creek was in fine condition Sunday The baby born to Mr and Mrp Robert Bailey of Prickly Ash one last wrek died The mother bbeen critically ill f TOE OUTLOOK would like in huvt n good correspondent nt the following points Flrtrhurnc upper Flat Creekand Wyoming To Scnpot TRUSTEES School census blanks have brn received by me and can tu had nt rov office s PPLnaT Supt When in town d mt fail to IKkI at T S ShroutV splondiil line of buggies It nil price flu will earc you money for cub or credit 6t T S Shrouts stockof furniture and undertaking is complete and I his prices are the lowest He also does embalming 366 e L Mrs W HStrossmnn Sr died or bloodpoillO 1 ng at her home in t Alt Sterling Friday morning aged t 66 years Her husband and one i 7son W UJr survive l u i Charles L Gray of Brackon county was here Friday in tho Int L tereat of hit candidacy for the Re- P publican nomination for Railroad Commissioner In this district Barred Plymouth Rocks Congetu Strain a few settings of fiOo perseltirgof 15 at the house JW EUY NSIy t Irr I 25tfBetbel Ky J FOE BALEOfle cow with young calf and 5 others that will be freshI in a few days 37Sts + MARSHALL INOBAM Grange City Ky I make the best break cart oh p the market 20 25 80 ru berf tires i 15 to 22 per set Buggy forepalringand painting a specialty 7 OSCAR FALMEE I OIL MEN HEKE04H Smith and W W Paddock of Indianapolis arrived here Saturday en oil bust oess They ate trying to lease land near this town and also buy out piartlea in the Ragland field FOR BEST On shares 8 acres for 3Sand cow house and garden tobac co beds sowed Apply to- SPENCER BOYD 5 Bethel Ky I TOE NEW PASTOR HEBK Elde A I WK Pendleton of North Vernon I Ohio arrived Saturday night and I preached at the Christian Church l Sunday morning an4DiJtbtII i1r1f and children arrived at Owing House Tuesday ja 7oral Furnishings Prompt qyiipnents and 1IIo torn services nlsx dealer in Brsielaee furniture of all descriptions Call and see fcifore purchasing elsewhere r31 D PARIS Qwingsville Ky JL HESS Funeral Director and Embalmer V BLANKS FORtALJFor blank oil leases deeds mortgages notes proofs of acoountvverifications of demand warrants summons prdi 6ary sherifTi BaleBi affidavits for tacluillentnQlcesto take depo sitions indictments fur selling on Sunday indictments for gaming appraisefflent boards subpoenas teach warrants capias pro fine 0o3Q to THE POTLOOK office iwe kye b l toeki j p jii Jrfo iljf5 et 0r IStx Jt tt f t 1 A tlt I f 65 P i i 2d1k rJ1rcj trt O PERSONAL positionIIIJohn Kincuia of Salt Well has been very sick with grip S C Bascom Tr wont to Millers burg Saturday afternoon v Mrs Salllo Richards returned homo to Georgetown Tuesday N Reid Patterson wns in Mt Star ling Thursday night of last week Mrs Jo Moores and Mrs Alice Perry wore in Mt Sterling Friday Georgo P Jones has returned from a trip to Rdwan and Boyd counties James Gillon went to Cincinnati Wednesday to buy his spring stock of goods Chns W Nesbitt and Robert II Winn of Mt Sterling were liar 0 Tuesday I ffnines Clarks little son Albert of iinr schoolhouse is better of Revere attack of grip Miss Bortie Donaldson line returned homo to near Sharpsburg after a visit to Mrs T S Shrout jolliedMrRStrader day Ho returned homo Monday Mrs W P Stradcr of Lexington camo Thursday afternoon to visit lic r parents Mr and Mrs J J Nesbitt fEtus C Byron and George Dawson Attended the production of Florodo ra at Lexington Wednesday night of lost week Mrs Emmet Fratmnu went to Ashland Friday to visit her mother Mrs Dr G W Moore returning homo Saturday John D Coons and Georgo CISheehan returned from a business trip to Lexington and Georgetown Wednesday night MIss Caroline McQuithey njred about 70 years living on Salt Lick Creak was better of a paralytic stroko at last report Sherman Goodpaster spent from Saturday tll fonday with his grand parents Mrnuid Mrs Joseph MeAllbiter In Mt Sterlhg Mr and Mrs James Ross went to Mt Stoning Saturday afternoon to visit Mrs Mary R Samuels The returned hemo Sunday J Hnydohaveto Mrs Bessie DeGraffcnreld It Muskogec Indian Territory John and Win E Richards returned Sunday afternoon from New York where the latter had a surgical operation erfomurt John loft morn III for KnoxilIe go IUiiilllliiy ay of Georgetowni OFFERED RETARD Tho Salt Lick Hank has offered 0100 reward for the apprehension of the irnrtlecthat attempted to rob the It is said that the evidence ie near y eurtleicnt to make arrests e c EGG CuBiofiTf Jniues U Ooyle l ofIxaylors Hranpheetit in Mondiiy a hl11 egg about four inches long at the larger end briiiS about the tr oT a roline egtit tnpering n a fine point however bHna bent aakii it uJdtd ttiie iICADIDATEsWflI Eminence candidate for Lien tend ant Governor and J lorgtnh Chinn of Harrodsburji t theIre Wednesday night of last weekitThos P Honaker has sold bis farm of 83 acres at lower Slate bridge to Thomas Razor of 1IstlMill the n 3petill March 1st IDOl and farming he land this year on the shares with Mr Razor FIRE JN MT STEULINQ I F fabbs threestory grain warehouse t Mt Sterling burned about 2 oclock Sunday morning The n property of the Masonic lodge on he second floor Was destroyed The Operahouse adjoining was damaged The total loss ia cstiII matedat 20000 covered by in uranco GAS WELL NON PRODUCTIVE f rho Hedrick gas well near Salt became somewhat oMeagineous e the drilling progressed furnish ling about a gallon of oil said to be green variety On Saturaayafternoon it was shot ne with the result ethatoil It is a great diuppointmentf Mo the people R8Remainingr in Owingsville pcstofflco April 1st 1903 R M Warner Miss Muttie Beadle M M Rhodes Phil Dahl Mrs Lin Darnall Miss Jullie A Dudley J N Powell Miss MaryJ Hart Mrs Mary Hamilton G F Waldrop John Stuart J FNorter Persons calling for above letters please say advertised J A BARNES P M CARD OF THANKS FarmersJvy I March 30 1903l0 the good people of Owingsville I take this method of thanking those who were so kind and attentive during the sickness and death of my dear mother Mrs Gilla Ann Burbrldgo who departed this lifo in your city Marehl181003 Very respectfully yours W C GLOVER TO COUBESPONDENTS It WOUld be a greataccommodation to us if correspondents wlo can do so would send their items in so they IondoyInerly divided between Monday and Tuesday and the forms can bopre plrPCl for going to press before night Tuesday Otherwise the printers have to work after night and they dont like it a little bit after working hard dining the day hQ t a i Ji s c dIif n t F C MRS LEILIE CONNERS DEATH Weary of lifea trials utterly worn out with the burden of mortality Mrs Juelda Conner entered intoI rest at 925 oclock Sunday night March 29th 1003 an peacefully as a babe falling to sleep And no purer gentlor braver soul than liens ever went to face tho eternal mystories WhenhirtyeiglItJenr8- ngo tho corpse ot her beloved bus band was brought to her all the brightness of life for lien went out and henceforward she was to live only for her six fatherless children Perhaps not a day passed sinco that fateful event that she did not revert with loving loyal memory to him whom she had vowed at the marriage altar to lovo and cherish After the terrible shock nnd first agonizing days were over she do voted her life with illimitable love patience and unremitting care to the roaring of her children to whom sho was both father and mother training them by both precept an example to noble manhood and woo manhood On their port no family of children were ever more appreciative nnd obedient Ruling her household by love her children idolized her Mrs Jueldn Conner was born in Flemingllmrg Ky Jan let 1S2C and was reared on Licking river a j Wyoming from the Limo she was four years old until she reached fourteen years of age when sli vent to Flemingeburg to uttetit school Her father was John N Lee and her mothers maiden name was McculloughcHer father owned and operated the flouring grist and saw mill and carding factory there Only four children of the family reach ed maturity James A J Lee a ftioxanderag the excitement over the gold discoveries and died there at the age of twentyone years John died in young manhood Mrs i Conner after completing her school course came to this town to stay tjjwith her brother James Here 5hc ouint and married Harrison ConncrJ who was County Clerk of Bath county until lie joined Capt W P Conners company in the Confrdls ernto nrmy lIe and Asa Maxey Jr were killed in n fight with n quad of Federal soldiers in 1S6 n Rowan county Of tho fix tSConnerexCounty Attorney and Demo ratle nominee at present for Corn nionvoillls Attorney iiithis Judi C iouitiiuiiiu and Richard IIof the Ow ingsvillo Marble anti Granite Co Clement the eldest child died about twenty years ago L je the oungest hills been dead about thirteen years ir11nneI erjiii 11v eeljffjeigt 1r sonic ears though there was no specific C disease With ti ra na g mie pa tience and calmness that chnrau 91 enizen her whole life she awaited the end with entire resignation ever uttering a complaint nor in le- icating the slightest irritability Funeral services were held at the residence by Elder W K Pendle on pastor of theChrjEtian Church 8 bout 8 oclock p mTuesdayMurch 1st after which all that was mortal of Mrs Juoda Conner was consign ed to earth by the side of her husband in the Owingsville Cemetery The pallbearere wereJJ Nesbitt Dr A W Walden W P Conner Jr Dr Geo W Con nerEwiirg Con ner Joshua Ewing Conner Ewing pMrsmember of tho Christian Church and a regular attendant at services ntil her strength began to desert er in her latter years In character and manners she was a per 1eetModest soft of speech moderate ed Jn her utterances gentle and court ous on all occasions she waRn is doddnew her Hers was aa blamelessling life as it is granted to any per son to live Her memory will be ver cherihed by those who bad he honor of her friendship Her fmilyare warmly sympathized with by the community in their ir reparable loss MRS E P HIEBS DEATUT W Ewing and family receiveda dispatch Tueedny about 9 oclockt that Mrs Josio Hyor died fathad long been affected with consumption of the lungs and buth death had been expected for sometime Deceased was the pecond eldest living child of our venerable hShethree years and was born and roared in this town Sho was wedded n to Mr EP Hyer a wealth3f citizen of Orlando ane had resided there ever since Ski- eaves 3Hisher husband three daughters and one son The eldest daughter is about fourteen yeartold the son is the youngest and aged about five Deceased possessedahrightmin and is held in kindly remembrance by her fchoolmntes and associates of childhood and young woman hood as well as by her acquain tanceship generally Her preroa ture taking off is a sad blow tQ her own and her fathers family wliile her ninny friends mourn with those who loved her The bereaved fam ily have the condolence ofa wjde circle in the sorrow at the loss of a beloved daughter sister wife and mother Ji l1l patturosheep well fenced abundant eu ply of water Apply 374 ROSE RUN toIITHE LiniiART CONTEST The li brary contest ended lust Friday so far as the casting of ballots is con Lodgeswinner but later the workers for Acker Lodge A 0 U W made a showing of figures sufficient to win it The proprietor of TUB OuTLOok sealed up the ballots and has them in custody awaiting tho order of the merchants who provided the h brary No steps had been taken towards a count Tuesday titter noon FINE STALLION Although horses have gono up largely in price I have concluded to stand the eels brnted stallion J S Brown ono dmore season at ten dollars at S J Fearings stables on upper Prickly Ash J S Brown has taken the premium in every sweepstake ring in which he has been shown Ho has sired moro fine conch horses than any other horse over stood in this county Ho is a great show horse and breeders miss it when they dont raise colts by him WANTEDA man of wide ac quaintance and good address to thetand health insurance companies in existence Five hundred dollars in ase of death six dollars per week persbined cost of all this protection is only two dollars per year No ssessments no dues Also per eet identitlcation free Everybody uss fig commissions Write at once to R E Smith State Mgr I o 16 E Main St Lexington Ky II MILTON WOODFORD WEDDING Mr J Carroll Hamilton of Flat Creek npd Miss Mary Woodford f Mt Sterling were marriedat Paris Friday night March 27th Elder J S Sweeney performing the ceremony The wedding was 1 private Mr and Mrs Hamilton will reside at his home on Flat Creek 7 JfThe bride is the only of Mr and Mrs Henry Woodford iie is n handsome young ladyand HaSUUCIM the belles of Mt Star i Sing society The bridegroom Is a son of James f Uninilton deceased Lie is one f the wealthiest jcn ill this part f the State a fine business Wan t IIROLL OF Bosultit IIln General rLiia tion UtWrrfrtytruUeU 94 Sallie ESM 93 Era UavcnsOS Viola lIn- ens t3 Banks Tliouipson 93Janies Richards 92 Louise Daugherty 02w rrie Nixoll 92 Louise Gudgell 91 Lillie Bailey 91 Norman Atchison Edna Byron 91 Nina Coyla 91bAlex Goodpaster 90 Primary JueldaConner 94Knth en McCabe 92 Frank Cross 93 Palmer Gudgell 93 Morgan Atch- ison 93 For best deportment average of 5 required taHie Estitl 93 Viola Havens 91 Frank Cross 93 Palmer Gudgell 84 Dudley Botts 87 Lillie Bailey 86 Louise Daughcrty 86 Louise Gudgell 85 Era Havens 85 Nina Coyle 85 Wallace Gudgell 85 Bertha Bittinjior absent two a weeks not gradedaFor best average in written ex amiD tion Era Havens 84 won rize for girlsBaolB Thompson 81 on prize for boys Mus CORA CONNER Teacher IN MEMORY OF JOSEPH WILLIAMS He ib not lost but gone before He departed this life March 6th 003 Although his home is cloud b with sorrow we would say to the weeping ones Weep not for he only sleeping to a wait thatgreat ay when you shall meet your brwhusband and father to part no more What family circle has re mained unbroken no empty chairSuo cherished mementoes footsteps returning no more no members transferred to the illimit able beyond We may Iceland be cause he la lost to us but while wo weep and wonder he is wrapped in warblpsIis the belief of mans immortality the dead alive again and orever Alas the steps of death are everywhere bis voice unswerv ag in every sweep of the wind is ruins visible on towering hill and vale We would say to the mother and children Prepare to meet yourland rather in there will bo no sorrow and- o painful parting Calm on the boson of thy God air spirit rest theo now Even while with us thy footsteps trod seal was on thy brow Dust to its narrow home beneath eoul to its place on high They hat have seen thy look in death no moro may fenr to die 1ByA Fuizxn- CORRESPONDENCE Continued from fourth page StoopsIN Byrd Sr is on tho sick list Mearly all those wits hud sod to plow finished it last week J Ealy RoiiersoavIsitedThend s near Mt Sterling Sunday And to putJXijr ain words the drouth still rciagjit bKi 1 j I tjjjJtJiJ wQ RacketStonP Spring IsDrauinNear And every one wants one dollar to serve thepurpose of two We slaughter the price and give you double bargains every time Curtain Stretchers DOc Thumb Latches Sc Minnow Buckets 70 60500 Wooden Bread Spoon 3c Wooden Bread Boards 29o Cane Fishing Poles 10 8 5c Blueing Bottle 5C Varnish Brushes 53c 21qt Granite Dishpan 84c Galvanized Waahpan lOc Spoon Meat Fork Cako Turner lOc China CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W HEFLIN yd3yd Stand SPRING OF 1903We have a handsome line of I goods including the latest novelties in MILLINERY DRESS GOODS Etc We ask our friends and customers to call and see them We quote A No 1 good Corset for 25cI Curtain Poles 15 lOc Ladies Hose 15 12 10 8 5cI nice line of readymade Skirts Shirtwaists LIBERAL DISCOUNT CASH BUYERS MRSD S ESTILL OWNCSVILlE KY Somo people are mowed only by ho wavoa of the River of Time Tow Warner bought n horse from Dr J M Wuldeck for 50IGpirjp VirtiorwH9 at Sunday and itfltT Mr Kate Smith ofhbmineS9ji eek ug visited relatives rite man who UfO there is no ace question surely must be color lind i In the game of life you will al ways be a winner if hearts are trumps JaB Gregory bought a pair of mules from A S Bridges for 250 The top of the ladder is easy to if you turn it bottomside upwards Sund Ylcho will bo organized l Springfield Church next Sunday t 930 a m Marion Bridges returned Inst week after a months stay aj Hot Springs yaIStanley Arnold of Mt SterlinllI was hero Saturday putting up ad vertisements DrJ M Waldeck closed the to- necoliedsnWing season by sowing ono Fridar nightlMiller eld neighborhood spent Sunday ith friends here J B Carter nnd family did not o to Greenview lit He settled in- angarnon Co ill Why is it that a witha last is more interesting than uI nan with a future Mrs A W Byrd visited her parents Wm Hart and wife near Olympia last weekIJ H Gillaspio bought n tine Denmark saddle stallion from a Mr Bean of Winchester for 350 Grover Cleveland says he is notI seeking the Presidency Wo are sure the is not seeking him Henry L Jones Sr returned aet week from Bigstaff Morgan Co where bohtd been for sometime Some people are to deeply engag ed in thoughts of the past and fu ture that they forget there is presentNo will achieve greatness with homemade philosophy He will bo numbered among the half witted C II Gossett of Bethel our ex townsman was here Wednesday shaking hands with his many friends The boy Was playInl awaitinggame And if you wait for mo To toll you the rest of this Twill bo waiting game with thee Now if some one would invent a machine that would make a wan see himself as other people see him the list of inventions would be com pi etc Ladies Shirt Waists 25c Ladies Wrappers 98 49c Embroidered Medallions 10 8 lo Telescopes 88 74 03 40 25c Lace Bed Sets f pbgeWindowCurtain Poles 20 ii Wash Bowl and Pitcher 89c T S Shrouts Old For sale by received spring A and TO 2yearold reach woman Presidency A North Missouri man has tho following ad in tho local paper For A full blooded Jersey cow sj Uig J frt oT milk a iiay three L 9 of 11I1V wage n nda kitchen stove Who can boat thatr A MARRIED MANS MUSINGSI find out if you aro really in love try the absent treRtmentIIf my wife wrote down everything she says she ought to buy her oughttobuyography would bo bigger than Websters Unabridged DictionaryIt a husband sad to reflect that his wife is moro afraid of a mouse than she is of him My daughter Angelina says on 1I11 engagement ring on the finger it worth mtwo dozen in the jewelers window J When MrsNoah on the ark ask =d her spouse at 1130 p m where hed been and he replied Oh see ing the elephant his explanation tion doubtless went But it wont nowadayp The most important step in modern matrimony is selecting a- satisfactory fatherinlaw- All the world loves a Ioverbut if the lover attempts reciprocate i bo gets into trouble with his best girlright awav Tho first duty oCn husband is to learn to hold his tongue the sec ond to learn to hold the baby Often the man who gets the most usuIexpert at sympatbyIstay awake all right Anybody thats worth doing at all is worth doing well If all wives were mind tho average husband would rendersImost of his thinking In melancholy moments a sometimes gets to wondering what = lotheA woman is never satisfied with last a house unless it possesses all the modern inconveniences Probably the first thing Eve said hie when she arrived was Such an untidy looking house I never did him seel But of course youre only a man Where on earth do Iakeep the broom And Adam had to confess that there wasnt any Pittsburg Dispatchat isRErLEcvroxs ne fufullyhagettinggo and do something perfectly idi otic when he finally does it Wfien men get devoted to girls first its chaperonslhenmothersn s law then doctors Somo womsins figures are so li dainty that when a man looks a them he thinks Of upholstery Many a man thinks ho is unlucky when he is merely a fool 1 A compromise always costs las and is worth more titan a lawsuit When you kiss a girl with fred lt leA they never taste the w ythly i f i rv SADDLES HARNESS Why buy a shoddy socalled Iiandinado or machinemade LSaddle or Harness whoa you can get strictly flrstclass goods made right hero at home and made out of the best oaktanned i leather and by men that only mako firstclass work Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLEI- s tho easiest and easiestriding and most durable saddle made If you try one sot of our handmade buggy harness you wilf always use them I have the bestllne of saddlery goods In this part of the State I am Years for best saddles ansi harness EUGENE MINIHAN OwmesviLLE KY SAM P ATCHISON DRUCCIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO CIGARS SG IOcat i BUY URN SEAL SH FOR MEN WOMEN and CHILDREN MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY U S A WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED SOLESth bestwearing leather in the world Oscar Chandler i tn J LadiesCECome and see my new line of spriiig goods ev erything new in white goods of all kinds I have the newest patterns in silks A look will be appreciated you are not expected to buy n t Ladies Extension Solo Shoes regular 150 Ladles Vici Patent Leather Shoes regular 3 Ladies Vici Kid Shoes regular 2 fiScIJtfens Viol Kid Shoes regular 225 Mens Leatherlined Shoes regular 2 Mens Patent Leather Shoes regular 3 19Si See my bright new Calico patterns at 3 4 45 and sc per yard 1 f MY HATS dont fail to see lean save you money alletyles 38c and SOc genuine fur hats see themICLOTHING I have received my entire styles try me before buying see my blue serge suitereg J uar10 strictly guaranteed all wool serge for5and if 1 tlicy fade and are not as I represent your money will be refunded scef 1tSHOES AND SLIPPERS ladies and misses dontfull to titmine r I i f t = 1 M ns regular 125 bliO for hOc jf li 1 r aiena Vici Kid Shoes regular 2 120 t j4Mens Patent Loather Shoes regular 3 195 4 t tBIrgoln81 1tij1OASHOscar Chandler CARLOAD ON HANDS ALL SIZES iEVERY ONE GUARANTEED L AA T1 BYRON ok they would Bags of gold makes steady but for theoretic philanthropy When a man is poor he has a JI largo sense of his responsibility to fOllowEnen when not of the responsibility of his rctlu Den to There is such a curious twist tit womans wind that she can wake anybody else believe it When a man is going lirtme lute night from tho club he is sure ho going to J yhis wife u pear- lcklacothenext mnrning for then ho hud whoa he gets up he 8 a row withher because she snt got u dollar to lend bun fo- rnfnreNew York Press I4wt1 the Frank Hedge barber hop arid um going to run a first CJntfBptiics Ynurputronage JUFO cited Next dour OOTOOK oft DceV C W HONAKEit S GUDGELL ATTYATLAW Office with H Gtldgell Son Court St OWINOSVILLEKY q Kentucky 11 I One door above o Postoffice I 1c IfI WEEKLY CourierJaurn l iHENRY W4TfERSON ELtITORaTe or Twelve Pages issued Every Wednesday 100 a Year a By nSpecinlAr1nRe lelJ you lltP get tkOUTLOOK a 1t the Weekly CourlerJotfrrdi bothpnetearteroniy 19 J I- Tiiilti J forcas Ii ubscnton iz k 4 art r 1 1 l tr t 1 TL 1 t 1 I f QC i t o tf 4 b t i 1 4 i J t ji 1 OWINGSV1LLE OUTLOOK v OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers Y OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY 1 THE OTER POINT Ot VIEW To be a llttl girl of ten Seems nice enoughto boys and men I wonder If they ever tried 1 To argue from the other aide o yaSThe stiffness of a marched white dru hei11Theynever nit at home and sew goSt I not even like to say That they would bear It for a day They do notnow how hard It seems S To be a glrIZstlll In ones dreams suSC A drummer boy or i go to seaanOur brothers say were hard to pleas i Because we long for things like these adiIIWhen Im a wife Ill gladly sit At home and cook and sew and knit I But theres a lot of waiting when SS Youre but a little girl of tenin 4Ourbrothers do not seem to know That waiting can be very slow triedtTo argue from the other side Evelyn Sharp In Westminster Gazette la KIDNAPPED MILLIONAIRESl A TtW Street c 4theTi cc4d tlyFREDERICK U ADAMS I1thCop1I1 1 PaIIII CompesyiAll rights rMrr 4 1 1 CHAPTER XIV CONTINUED It is very beautiful but there j are others I would rather look on just now said Mr Rockwell Well we vrlh give it a housewarm tug said Hestor cnlmly ignoring 9 the melancholy note in Jtr Rock wells answer tOefs see The keys were to bei tiria box under the t4 bigrockwith he said addressing one of the crew who returned in a minute with a shovel from the furnace rooms of the Shark He lug at the base- l woenlenIwas an iron box with the koyMri its lock Hestor opened the box nnd disclosed a lot of 0 keys marked with labels ThefI world our t He led the way to the bungalow There was an sir of i newness bout the structure which tbld that it had but recently been i completed Scattered around were pieces of lumber pjint pots and saw horses which showed that no tenant had occupied the structureet The first door was IpenIn on the veranda The screene k Veranda was enclosed in a fine wire 1 Icreen as were aUthe wlnduw This Iwas to exclude mosquito and other cd51Insects The door of the main build- Ing next opened and th party Entered into tt circular room about SO feet in dIauier The floors were wnllsJotherSroom in the bungalow In the cen ter of the ceiling there was a light sad air area extending to the glass roof above the ujyjer floor being sups ported from This area was a circle 12 feet in diameter the upper floor coiistituting Ii nine t foot gallery arountlthe room The kitchen and storeroom were in a building separated from the main f structure A wire netting IIJa AjJ way with a protecting roofCln ncted the kit hth with the dining2 rrniIn BArh a way HIt communiru Un trim tftiUJe PIt venther or fnirrts and at iV e f tcodor of the kitchen wre r r o VA1 large cooking range was already In position There also was an oil4 t StOVe s s This is the diningi om parlor t t and lounging room explained Hcs f tor as they returned to the large i circular room I suppose It Is really t 1 r y the diningroom but we will use it 01 In any way we choose There are 12 Y 4 sleeping apartments nil opening di 1 tr rectly oc the re riOida Here is one 1 t SS CfthCm YontIlI notice that each t hasbafljrnnniUTiere water come S i fromnaked Mr Morton as le t 11rnedafcetJcharCllcll1trenm J of water rushed out at great pres lIurlitt Cammed up n brook on the i bill back pf her and mnlll fl reset Ii Tolr said Jlestor The pipe lead t directly to the building with n il it of 120 feene Al11ouneedo Is furniture and l fj prorislonssald 14 r Haven riiA wont know the place by t1 t gentfemenr t tj Cs you can Explore the surround i jugs or do what you please This VrI MBwy busy day5 and Hut or dashwl i way ow rdJthencht ItwaB 4t then about ten Oclock In the morn s t Jny and the tutu was very warm in the open Sidney Hammond Mr Tnrmbdj1 and Mr Lent Bet out to ex J 7P rilore tt1t brook which rushed pnst thrU ImMr1enf went back t 1I Shark and the other gentle iJ rj rn wandered around or rested nn JiIictIer the shade of the trees r0Jt iI In the meantime the hull ofthe fr ynrlt waSdisgtgnn unexpected anelcCTns ftli descriptSons Erasa 1ti Jc bedstead chairs sofas and various ppt i bl1nga10by4z rots of flour anti crackers barrels f1amzinn1lanternllnnd an fpOlesn varletyrtf cooking iitenslls 4 A 7hre was nlsoTn barrel which Mr i IcLd Vlpeent handled tenderly and that JgtJentpftook special caVe of crates LAc 1 eojif alnliijr botljes of claret her nnd ii r t I dga1lltoliaccoshprrlelt tII arrangfdtzed lpTlngly at the imposing array r f And still the tailors brought new trensnre frot holdItt the Shark There we library shelves 5r pianoCJ1ere were gunsrevnlvers and cases jammunitlon together with rods C an assortment of fishing tackle A chest 6nt lBed a complete istrofarpeBteVs tools There were ciBb rleH artIeevofseeessity and 9rlf JjicIa4iBgv variety ct ym 7jtiIJ aRit jams and L sand ctkrewteat1 at which if B lflioceKor m rjMfBian might have 5 jiieen pond These were placed Int iJH storehouse which was provldei a with a lingo citr which served nit r fllttRtHIJ t i 1 iM l 1 r iCci 1iij tft t 1 rj 4tIi kt tl l r1f f40jtJrrorr t I J r1 r 1 To = 47 jJt fft o t J By one oclock all of these art clfei had been deposited either in the various rooms or on the broad verandas Luncheon was served on the yacht and the crew returned to their task Mr Kent and Mr Rockwell took a hand In the work so did Sid ney Hammond and Mr Haven Mr Carmody took charge of the arrange ment of the pictures while Mr L Sylvester Vincent devoted his time to the perfection of the storeroom Mr Morton remained on board the cht for awhile and then rejoined the busy party It was warm but entered into the spirit of the worktau boxes a great assortment of linen cloth Ingnndother wear suitable to this climate said Hestor There arc cork helmets and all of the device to protect you from the glare of the n Tare is also n gas engine d a small dynamo sufficient to run electric fans which my men are now setting up in the powerhouse joining the utoreroom WI win it installed before night Next year I am going to have electric lights bat this season we must put u with lamps We will have things shape so that we can sleep ashore tonight We will take dinner on the yacht this evening and this will be your last meal afloat for some time After dinner the tide had so far receded that Capt Waters made ready to drop the Shark into deeper water Hestor and his guests returned to shore and the yacht glided out into the bay Its great searchlight later in the even ing swpt around the amphitheater and aroused a chorus from birds and a roar from prowling animals Mr Pence declared he saw the flaming eyes of some wild beast through the palm trees and was not nt all reo siirdwhen Hestor informed him at it was nothing but a puma or mountain lio- nTheynre as common as rabbits round here he said If you leave them alone they will not bother you They probably smell the meat in thestoreroom Allwere wearied from the days work and at n little after nine oclock it was decided to retire for WE ARE LOST th Iieal 5land with an earnest clasp He aga a- xprssei1 the hope that the would ivnjoygoodnight retired to his room At five oclock the following morn ing the captives were aroused by grIIt outcry and hammering at the doors of their rooms They found Mr Fence rushing up and down ticpy era dn his hands m iioanlcigThe boat is gone he cried jusare Ipstt jhoatin wMrShark and special envoy and cor respondent of The New York lleoord iras liot in lila room There was no tiJnr the hnrk in Morton S mllroeniod icciiiriiiiiON 5i eu lSATMlEad a i ntp on tiltj t MiIIciday morning nt the tenth tiny of May lie would not have Imagine- dthrJJtrc inaHioned Kven Mr Pence hsd recovered lila spirits if not Ms i uragp The cooling wafers nfIt bnth infused new life Into the million aire castaways antI at six oclock all of them exrepf the phlegmatic Mr Kent were assemble in tho main roomNf the bungalow that gentle mrtn making his appearance halt an hour later Oentlemen said Mr Palmer T Morton we will have plenty of time to dfscuss our situation and to for mulale plans After consulting my stomach am ot the opinion that the first pruhlem Is that of break fast Yes anti unlike many eastaways o dotour hunger observed Mr iJockwell w irithtond7 saul Mr Morton Suppose a lytplenty of cold stuff which Hll 8 ne- forfte present Later we will or ganize our forces and perhaps do b ettertMr Vincent said Sid l bireuse of the dining room and kitchen promtsCVlici the others strolled down to Hie landing where the Shark once rested Sidney nnd Vincent took pos session of the culinary part of the bungalow They soon found the t inb linen and Sldnry arranged the lates knives forks spoons and buildingthe cave Vincent produced two dozen eggs H of a large stock which Keen kept In the refrigerators of the Shark and which were so packed that they would remain fresh for weeks He brought up ham and bacon and potatoes There was also a doejj loaves of bread from th- estoretf the yacht and plenty of sea biscuit The coffee pot was soon boiling and its pleasing aroma filled the kitchen I have always bragged about be- Ing a good cook and here is where as 7h1kedand prepared to make toast Vin ceat remembered there was a supply of grapefruit and oranges SidneyThatmeans anyftngerbowlsY Su answered Vincent as he madejtheni ready thazbaif in hour Sidney stoodfin front of the bungalow and r Bga dinner bell which hail been found bt the iBquUitivelMr Vincent IB theV njeantime Sidney stepped to the rearjot the building and plucked alg hbnqnei of flowers which now adorned the table A massivewater Mrrice silver butter dishes and 0 r jj I JJt Imp were flowersOand Be seated gentlemen said Sidney 1Ifservice we are indeed fortunate delightedSidney ThtheKent declared that the oranges were the best he ever had tasted A few minutes later L Sylvester Vincent entered witha huge platter of pcrfeetionIbacon and a generous installment of broiled ham Mr Morton clapped his hands and proposed three cheers and a vote of thanks for the cooks They were givei with a will Then all fell on the vitnds tnut the cooks were gefriedvast plies of buttered tonst jars a grbroughtand made the feast complete bedeiceedntYMakr no excuses said Mr Kent vlchefsbThefast anti It vimerrysplendltlYou dont seem to be lost now Brother Pence said Mr Kent as he helped that gentleman to another portion of bacon and eggs Yon appetiteYouMorton We will make you cook the next meal ns n punishment Perhapa you think I cant cook said Mr Kent defiantly You dont know what I can do I do staid Mr Haven Pass the sugar please Mr Kent smiled in a Knrdinic manner at Mr Haven nnd continued by saying that when a young man he had served as cook for six campBreakfast to the veranda Vincent volunteered to clear the table nnd look after the dishes For an hour he was a busy man lie donned an apron anti washed and wiped the dishes anti stored theta away in tim china closet Dur nlargein a while his face would wreathe in smiles When his task was ended he lit a fresh cigar and joined the thinconferencetinns our and at Iteach member of the ta mms cayingascertain as near as possible whero we arc and then devise means I eturnr to bellyacht from any further consider ntlon If not crazy he is a villain and in either case we have little to h 0opethis island and then see what can e done About where do you sup ose thllliislandis located Mr Jam cond lhnemyown idea and I ocilel like to hear from others We lire somewhere in the West or in the Gulf of Mexico or t e Carrlbbean Sea said Sidney That Is rather an indefinite answer admit but we should be able by ming the sunrise by our watches hich are set by New York time =to about how far west we are and possibly we osii make a calculation which vii ernin mate Intitm rum iixliiiid k think we HIT u 1 tin srest it Cuba and nt mumj mntUeiVwAV Iron ftp Ajtnan or Central Amer e oast I invrely agree with you said r Morton I kept ns close n watch If he direction taken as possible rqantlayon that tiny anti on a part of Sundnf we were going In n westerly or southwesterly direction I figure that we ran about 124 hours on a fairly direct course to this island The Sharks course was erratic only when Capt Waters was avoiding other craft Now if we averaged 20 miles an h wr that would make n total of 24RO miles It may be 100 milts either way Iron this cat mate Sidney produced an atlas from the library and nil pored over the map of North America as If demanding a solution of the puzzle from the tinted page You will not solve the problem of where we are nt by gazing at thi tjmap said Mr Kent There are thousands of islands In the West In ies which are not on the map and we may be in any one of then Liehereof service In us sold Mr Morton who hart been absent for several minutes I took a notion to ex a mine the room occupied by Mr lie a tor last night and I found this on the dressing case Mr Hestor unrolled a sheetof mai ila drawing paper containing a wellexecuf l map labeled Hesto ria It was spread out on the din ig table and examined amid mcci ti- mxcitemente Here is what Hestor named Mor pointIngthe black r is the bungalow Hero art the hills which surround the lakp said Mr Carmody pointing to the shaded portions of the map baok of the bungalow and around Morton Bay This Is nota complete map of the island said Sidney Hammond It is merely a detailed map of the yThereabout and lure is the brook wlich passes the bungalow Lets sea if we can find any other map in his room ITtr Be Continued The Exact Truth Mr Douglas Grand who war the principal witness for the crown at the remount trial at Ennis tells n good story regarding the cxaxnina tton of one of the witnesses Did you sell Major Studdrrt a horse asked the counsel No sorr replied the witness tpld your father sell Major Stud dert a horse No sorr Well then did your grandfather sell Major Studdert a horse No Borr Did member of your family sell Major Studdert anything Yes 8orrXI did replied the wit ness And what did you sell Majpr Stud dert I told him a mare replied nitness to the chagrin of counsel and The delight pT the c art London it i ThNCOIIe at Greenville Miss Waiting to He Itcscucd opePart of Greenvill Cut With a View of Relieving the SitSuatlon in the City Greenville Miss March 301110- ba Sckwatervnsse Is slowly rising anti nearly all of the city Is submerged Business Is paralyzed and people are moving about tho city in the southern section In skiffs The sensational reports sent out from here that the city is In dan r of destruction are highly exagger etl and the facts do not warrant tsu ch statements While rumors of eat loss of life aro absolutely with t founliiion so far as Is known here Relief parties with boats have en at work rescuing people In the th of the flood and the refugees are brought here The shutdown of the electric light nnt Is a serious inconvenience t e people antI lanterns in skiffs may e seen throughout the town at night The flood situation outside of Greet llo remains practically unchanged he waters have covered thousands of acres of the fine delta farms and is sweeping south to Vlcksburg The loss will be heavy but It Is impossi ble to give anything like a correct es ti mate of the damage wrought by the fl plItparties Sunday that since Friday man y of the Negroes have been on the top of houses waiting for the boats to- get out and during that time they have not hail anything to eat Arrangements have been made to rescue the cattle in the flooded district as they are suffering for want of food A singular phenomena at Leland Ark Is puzzling every one The news was brought to the city Sunday after noon by Mr Shields an engineer on one of the government boats He said that Saturday night the water against the levee and dyke in the pocket was a foot deep and Sunday morning he found the water off anti stock on the ground from which the water hal receded He further said the water was ot turbulent at the end of the dyke hich but a day before was washing away most of the stone placed therE- to protect IL Further out In the tream time water was very rough anti e current swift The change of the It Is thought is due either o the break nbove It on this side or o tho fact that the river there Is aking a new channel and If the new is formed it will leave Green liTe on a beautiful lake Tae protection levee In the northern part of the city was cut at midnight y order of the mayor The crevasse was made with a view to relieving the situation within the confines of the town the hope being that the cut thu made will let the water now standing In the city flow Into the bayou BULLET THROUGH HIS HEAD A Grandson of Bishop Bowman Com mitted Suicide New York March 30 Herman Bowman Esher 20 years old of Chicago J said to the a student at Yale unlver eity killed himself by putting a bullet through his head Sunday in his room at the Hotel Manhattan in this city From letters In the young mans room there were found Indications that b uii j tn rreatly worried over some ln stmably l is mesa matters blltt1 lout frl dew as tc the cause of ma trouble Chicago March 30 Herman Bow man Esher who killed himself at the Manhattan hotel In New York Sunday was the only son of Edward B Esher a lawyer of this city and was grand son of Bishop Bowman of the Evan gelical church He was 20 years old When seen Sunday night the fathei could offer no explanation of his sons act and was unable to account for the young mans visit to New York About two years ao young Esher fell from a sixstory window of the Yale dormitory fracturing a leg and sustaining other injuries but miraculously escaping death Lionesses at Large Pittsflcld Mass March 30The two savage lionesses belonging to the Bostwick trained animal show were at large on the streets of PlttsfleU early Sunday morning erecting a pan C among the crowd assembled kllllna one horse and maiming another One was shot to death and the other captured The Roosevelt Familys Cruise Washington March 30Mrs Rooso velt anti her children will take the projected cruise on the presidents yacht the Mayfiowor during the com- Ing week They bade goodbye Sunday to the president who leaves on hit western trip Wednesday morning Zelgler Arctic Expedition Tromsoe Norway March 30Capl Coffin and 12 men who will take par In the Zeigler Arctic expedition have arrived here The repairs to the ex pcdltlons steamship America are completed The whole of her stores will be purchased In America Serious Republican Outbreaks Madrid March mIt is reported that serious republican outbreaks have occurred at Valencia The troops are confined to the barracks and street meetings in Valencia are forbidden tc be held Played Policeman Wanamaker O T March 30WhlJe plavlng policeman Hobart Duncan 8 shot and killed a companion William Roberts the same age Young Roberts was commanded to halt he refused and a load from a shotgun In Duncans hands killed him Instantly Devoured Lion Cubs New York March 30To Princess a fierce African lion In Barnum Bal eys menagerie came three cubs on Saturday She devoured them all Sunday and having gorged with her can nibal feast went calmly to sleep t Threaten to Strike Chicago March 30 Structural Iron workers the men who build the frama work of sky scrapers threaten to tic up building operations in Chicago with a general strike on Wednesday because the contractors have refused to increase their wages Attempted Murder and Suicide Wichita Jan March 30 Enraged by the abuse of Newton Green a city employe Georgia Bentley shot him and killed herself in a room occupied by Green and herself Mrs Bentley was the mother of two young children GUST VUS SWIFT DEAD e Wealthy Packer Died From In ternal Hemorrhage Chicago March 30 Gustavua Franklin Swift president of the Swift Packing Co died at his homo 4818 Ellis avenue early Sunday of Internal hemorrhage resulting from n surgical eration performed several days ago Mr Swift was 63 years old The hemorrhage which caused Mr wifts death resulted from an opera tion for an Infection of the gall bladder performed March 22 His death Iwnll entirely unexpected both by Mr wifts family and his physicians IR ba an recoverydIn fact so hopeful was every one In chullng himself for his speedy recovery that his son Herbert L Swift who had been summoned from Boston left Saturday night to return to tho east This son was Intercepted at Harrisburg Pa Sunday with a tele gram announcing the death of lila father Gustnvus Franklin Swift began his business career as a butcher and died leaving a fortune estimated at from 7000000 to 10000000 This fortune was made In the course of 15 ayears He was horn at Sandwich Mass In June 1839 He opened a small butcher shop In his native town He removed to Boston when he was less than 30 years old He remained In Boston until 1875 when he came to Chicago In this city he engaged In the same business which he had left In Massachusetts and developed the department of shipping live cattle to eastern markets In 1877 he evolved ans for the first refrigerating car dressed meats instead of live animals were shipped to eatern clt les He was the pioneer In this kind of business and it was not long before others saw the advantages of his method and they imitated him Mr Swift not only was the oldest packer at the time of his death but he was the originator of the method that has made many largo fortunes From the small plant started In 187 has developed a great corporation with branches in St Louis Kansas City St Joseph Omaha St Paul and Fort Worth Tex and with distributing of flees In every Important city and town In the United States and with repre sentatlves In the leading cities of Europe Asia and Africa Its employes number 22007 Upon Its capital stock of 25000000 the sales of 1902 exceeded 200000000 SALOON SMASHERS Two Sisters With Pistols and Hatchets in Search of Their Brother Wlnfleld Kan March 30Two d w fithsearch of their brother smashed down doors and destroyed other property at two saloons They first visited Art Schmidts saloon in North Main street and being refused admittance battered down the leant door The bartender attempted to draw his revolver but the sisters covered him with their pistols and he dropped down behind the counter Before leaving the placea they smashed a number of bottles glasses At Chad Thomas saloon they smashed a large front window when refused admittance They were not Arrested gALLOver 4000 Immigrants Arrived at El lis Island Sunday NewSYork SJarch 30 Immigrant arrivals at EIII Island broke all reo in or Sunday Jin the history of the I h utP1 k By nightfall wJr Commlssl rdhad sifted thrtftigh the gat ias brought In by the Phllad ihla tv Campania the Savoie ami ie Grat Waldersee it was found that 4GC9 men women and children had passed through the chutes and were either speeding to their new homes or elselawaiting further investigation in detention compartments This Is the beginning cf the rush season for Immigration and this years record is expected to exceed all others by many thousands RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH One In Chicago Consecrated With Picturesque Rites Chicago March OWlth the pic turesque rites of a religion which hasI attained all the opulent symbolism of ancient byzantlne civilization the Russian orthodox church which stands a transplanted hit of the old world on the corner of Leavitt street and Had don avenue was consecrated Sunday Five hundred Chicago people were present as invited guests MARKET REPORT Cincinnati March 28 CATTLECommon 3 40 4 35 Butcher steers 5 10 5 25 CALVESExtra 0825HOGS Ch packers 7 40 7 50 Mixed packers 7 15 7 35 SHEEPExtra 5 75 6 00 LAMBS Spring 12 00 12 50 LOUnSprlng pat 3 90 4 20 WHEATNo 2 red 75 conNNo2 mixed 42 aOATSNo2 mixed 0 3- 7RyENo2 57Vi HAYCh timothy 17 75 PORKClear family 20 20 LARD steam 975 BUTTERCh dairy 12 15 Choice creamery 30i APPLESFancy on 2 50 3 00 POTATOESPer bbl 1 75 1 90- TOBACCONew 8 00 14 00 Old 600 17 50 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 3 40 3 50 WHEATNo 2 red 71 71 No3red 72 CORNNo2 mixed 4- 2OATSNo2 mixed 32 3- 2RYENo2 49 PORK Mess 1800 18 10 LARI Steam 10 07 z10 10 New York FLOURWin strts 3 50 3 C5 WHEAT No 2 red 78Y CORNNo2 mixed 61 V OATSNo 2 mixed 42 42 RYEWestern 60 PORK Family 18 00 13 15 LARDSteam 10 50 Baltimore WHEATNo2 red 1TS 77 CORNNo 2 mixed 48487aOATSNo2 white 42 i CATTLE Butchers 3 40 5 15 HOGS Western 8 00 8 05 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 76 CORNNo 3 mixed 48 OATSNo 3 mixed 0 38 PORK Mess 18 00 LARDSteam 10 00 Indianapolis WIIEAf No 2 red 73 CORNNo i mixed 41 OATS Na 2 mixed l 354 4 Vr 5Fr fztJ 1 i DAN GROSVENOR SAYS Peruna is an Excellent Spring Catarrh RemedyI am as Well as Ever lION DAX A GROSVEXOR OF THE FAMOUS 01110 FAMILY alelterwrittcnII Allow me to express my gratitude to you for the benefit derived from one bottle of Peruna One week has brought wonderful changes and I am now as well as ever Besides being one of the very best spring tonics It Is an excellent catarrh remedy DAN A GROSVENOR In a recent letter he says I I consider Peruna really more meritorious than I did when I wrote you last I receive numerous letters from acquaintances allover the country askingme If my certificate Is genuine Iinvariably- nxwera yes Dan A Grosvenor A County CommUttoneri Letter Hon John Williams County Commis 6kmerof 517 VestSecond streetDuluth Minn says the following in regard to Peruna As a remedy for catarrh lean cheer uUy recommend Peruna I know what t is to suffer from that terrible disease and I feel that it is my duty to speak a An Adjnmlnble Ilnill 11toldv of1000ct c Abouthreel ady meeting her lover asked gettinglongc returnedheerlyThe young lady blushed and looked down it the toes of her walking boot and Mabbed the inoffensive the point of her parasol I guess she said faintly I enoughLhiladelphift The fleet Way to Teach History The idea of object teaching the tion of the rocbcl system of in tructionI has in recent years met with general e a alniosteverybrauchotducation elila which art beyond question Even such subjects as graminer and arithmetic arc now taught in this way iofaras practicable oludryteaching hist j H making pilgrimages to the ry scrr great historical events hi iTi i4stco oIr pntIe I l nre va u in the upontbemere textbook instruction could be A re publisbeds shistoricaliteswhich will be of exceeding value for the guidance of teachers and others who desire studyOneand promote good citizenship lies in this very direction an increase of knowledge of local history being accompanied with an in crease of interest in matters of local government and a higher concern for what affects the welfare and ood name of the commu nity From Leslies Weekly Am Revised NewYorkhas30001000odd meancrazyWith a Few Dollars to incest the farmer or artisan desirous of changing his location should investigate con in Missouri Kansas Indian Terri tory Oklahoma and Texas Bnine tellingSouthwest free Address KATY LowColonistfirst and third Tuesdays of each month delayedgles and defeats A llrotison Alcott This Will Interest Slathers Mother Grays Sweet Powders for Chil dren used by Mother Gray a nurse in Childrens Home New York cure Feverishness Teething disorders Stomach troubles SampleFliEb Proper respect for some persons is best preserved by avoiding their neighborhood Ueorge Win Curtis To Care Cold In One flay Andruggist SlimOhpoon onlydoublethe Missouri River The safest principle through life instead of reforming others is to tel about perfect lag yourself Haydon I am sure Pitos Cure for Consumption ThoHobbinsA gentian abbreviated gentleman Chi cago Journal June Tint Duller Color makes top of the market butter XotbiD is more ccnust or capricious than public osnioniIazlitt m S time continues be ood word for the tonic that brought me immediate relief leruna cured woof a ball case catarrh and I know it will cuniany other sufferer from that ill- saseJohne Williams A Cougresmau Letter lion II Ogden Congressman from Louisiana in a letter written at Washington D C says the following Pe runa the national catarrh remedy Fastidious Voongr Man as the Autenrieth road It has been learned Kansas City Journal Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in minute cllmTwius at your house Ill Philadelphia Press The Overland Limited solid train Chi cago to the Coast daily Chicago Union Pacific NorthWestern Line COLDS IM5layplay you out put you to pI bed quicker IL than a kidney Icold Thou sands feel the first effect of icolds ia the kid n e y s Backache rheumatic pains urinary disorders retention of the Just the as ever St Jacobs Oil the sure cure c- fRheumatism Neuralgia of W of hasbeenmadebylivinginunderhis bynaleone eh NupopPartly himselliIuKIDNEY urine infrequent and top frequent urinary discharges tell of kidneys orderI Pills cure nil kidney from common backache to dangerous diabetes A T Itltcnour owner of the wood yard at 135 East Cork Street Win chester Vn says Ever since I had La Grippe I have been n sufferer from kidney troubles which made themselves apparent in racking pains through the region of the kid neys and aoVoss the small of my back The pains were always severe and sometimes so sharp and biting that they compelled me to take to my bed The kidney secre tions furnished further evidence of disorders They were off color Irregular and painful of passage Added to this there was an annoying weakness The newspaper advertise ments of Doans Kidney Pills attract ed my attention and I procured a box of that remedy at Frnnck Baker Sons drug store The relief 1 experienced was magical The pills lifted mq from my bed of sickness placed me on my feet and made me- a well man I can work as well as ever Doans Kidney Pills I believe saved my life Theyare a great remedy to stop kidney troubles re suiting from colds A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney medicine which cured Mr Tilt enour will be mailed on application to any part of the United States Address Foster liIblrn Co Buffalo N Y For sale byall druggists price 50 cents per box I PAY SPOT CASH FOR BOUNTY MILITARY to LAND WARRANTS MdJtioasiUometesdItEGtlL p O Boa IIL Denver Coil tco23c and OCJ i i i 1 J5r J I can conscientiously recommend J your Peruna as a fine tonic and lilt around good medicine to those wha are In need of a catarrn remedy It bas been commended to me by people Who have used It as a remedy par ticularly efFective In the cure of ca Ji tarrh For those who need a good catarrh medicine I know of nothing betterH V Ogden W E Griffith Concan Te as writes I suffered with chronic cxtarrh for I took Peruna nnd it 4bestMy general health is much improved by its use as I am much stronger than X have been foryearsW Griffith A CongretimaQ Letter Congressman II UowenRuskinTazo well county Vo writes U can cheerfully recommend your valuable remedy Peruna to any one who Is suffering with catarrhand who Is In need of a permanent and cttectlve cure H Bowen 4 Mr Fred D Scott Lance Ohio Right Ouardof Hiram Foot Ball Team writes s As a specific for lung trouble I place Peruna at the head I used it my f self for colds and catarrh of the bowels anditisasplendidremedy Itrestores t 1I1 Fred D Scott Gen Ira C Abbott 900 MstreetNW Washington D C writes Sam fully convinced that rem edy is an excellent tonic Manyof my friends have used it with ben i eficial results for coughs colds and ca tarrhal trouble Ira C AbbottSMrs Elmer Fleming orator of Reser voir Council No 1C8 Northwestern Le w gion of Honor of Minneapolis Minn writes from 2535 street N R I have been troubled all my life with catarrh in my head I took ieruna for about three months and now think I am permanently cured I believe- that for catarrh in all its forms Peruna is the medicine of the It Mrs Elmer Flemingage C otherMInneapolis Minn V len all remedies fail I can heartily recommend Peruna as a catarrh remedy Mrs ElmerFleming Trent Catarrli In Spring The is the time to treat catarrh Cold wet winter weather often retards a cure of catarrh If a course of Ieruna is taken during the early spring months the cure will be prompt and permanent There can be i taken intelligently during the favorable weather of spring Asa systemic catarrh eradicates catarrh from the system wherever it may be located It cures catarrh of the stomachs or bowels with the same certainty as catarrh of the head If you do not derive prompt and antis factory results from time use of Peruna rrrite at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he wiU be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus t Ohio WEATHERWISE- Is 1H1 MAN WHO WIAIS A reoutfttiOfl extending over 15uineesflSflSslea 51ICKER5 alxtyalx years and our guarantee erG back of SICrToPTHEHSH There ere imitations Be sure of the name TOWER on the buttons 5ON SALE EYHYWHMt pjToweR qLjISUNION MADE w i Douglas make and aN- moe men Goostyoz Waif Hand 1 Sawed Process ahoa than any thimanufacture In ho world 5000 REWARD will bo paid to anyone who can disprove this statement Because W L Douglas he can buy cheaper and produce his shoes at a lower cost than other con cerns which enables him to sell shoes for S3CO and S300 equal in every way sold else where forSt and 500 The Doujiaa went pro dU IAWiIcess of tannIng the bottom soles produce Abso y wIItWUSZlongerThe sales hare more than doubled the past four t 4 years which wove tta superiority Wily not atTe W Douglas shoe a trial and save money in a2O3senaL115tiSC340OG A g ln of 88SO4fiOD In Fonr Years W L DOUGLAS S4OO GILT EDGE LINg Worth S600 Compared with Other Mak Jht tea Imported an1 American leathers Heyf Patent Calf Enamel Sax CoIf Calf Yki Kid Corona Colt and National Kangaroo Color Euclett q Caution genuine nave W L DOUGLAS nm d flries tAOtd On bottOm tiS5es bmatZ3erx1ra idles cuqIrrv v1L DOVOLAS ISKOCKTON MASL VIa Dubuque Waterloo and Albert Lea Fast Vestibule Night tratn with through SletptngCaBufletLibraryCaraod Free 4 Recltntg Chair Car Dining Car Setytco en route Tickets ci agents of I C R K and connecting lles l 0 P g L 1 WESTERN CANADA HAS FREE HOMeS tot NtILLIOINCpwmrds of 100000 Americans have settled In tem 4Canada daring Ue pitbytas eiPSCONTENTFDAAD PUOSPEKOlS and tbsr1onuu tar WOnderfulyieldsofwheat and other Thegrazing land on the continent Magnificent climate plenty or water and belt cood school t Stexcellent churches splendid rallnsr facilities HOMESTEAD LANDS of I6O Acres FREE L forentrrSend S atnre as well as for certificate styles youreduced LsiigrationRoom 5 Law BldK Toledo Ohio J C anthortzeil CAN DV CPTI4AaTi CsGenuine stamped C C C Never sold bolV Beware of the dealer who tries to Mu SQfflettlflj Jost is good j StjiUiKlfaJ I t- l e v tr 4 i 1L C L c I G e u STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST 1 U 41b 9M i MONITOR ARKANSAS i i i It Will Come to Paducah If the Wato Proves Deep Enough a Pailncah Ky March 28 Former Con rtttman C K Whoctcr Frltlny re- reived a telegram from Charles I Darling acllng secretary of the navy Mating that the monitor Arkansas haft Sbeen ordered to Paducah If conditions 4Irefavorable It Is left to the dls ri retlon of tho commanding officer It- cangsf1 come tL here Local river men say there will 5o sufficient water on tho grant ihaln the only shoal place between Paducah and Cairo Should the vessel aSfavalIho Tennessee river since the civil war The Arkansas is row on tho way up the river to St Louts t4iI INDIFFERENT TO HIS FATE Wife Murderer William McCarty Is J Dying of Consumption L xngton Ky March 27 William hereIor wife murder heard Thursday for the first time of the appellate courts 55- r refusal to give his case a rehearing t McCarty Is in the last stages of con- sumptioniii and said I do ont care My mother Is dying and she will not be here to see my end McCarty rushed upon his wife and shooting her In tho back caught her body In his arms as she fell and fired two more bullets Into her dying form I She was young and pretty and ho waa Jealous of her ft Gov Beckham will fix the time for qtlioexecution i EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGEd i i4Dr A P Taylor Found Guilty By the r Jury at Lexington Lexington Ky March 27A sensa Thursdaytthree years in the penitentiary for Dr A P Taylor a prominent physician f and president ot the Industrial Mu tual Deposit Co one of tho companies that went to pieces hero a year ago STho charge was embezzlement by ap propriating the surplus funds to divi i4 dends when no dividend had been countsiagainst Taylor There are 50 other 5Ssimilar Indictments to be tried against prominent citizens4 THE MOB FRUSTRATEDl k Attcirpt to Lynch Inman Prevented I By a Ruse J London Ky Jlarch 27A mob of about 100 armed men gathered at East Uernstadt Thursday evening the friends of Deputy Sheriff Casteel 7 was killed In a flilit near here wboI day whlo atCT irfn to arrest Inman Invlnc Inmcd tt Inman had neon captured and was being brought to this place on the evening train flITho sheriff here was notified of the lntcntlonsof the mob and succeeded r In reaching the officers In charge of Inman bytelegraph In time for them tti leave the train with their prisoner efore arriving at East Bcrnstadt SS Marshal Killed Eminence KyMnrch 27S W Lawden marshal of Drennon Springs was shot and ln Urtiy killed Thurs day afternoon h flsbt In that vlllapo with John Poii acod 27 years a suitor ffrthe hnnd of Lawdens daughter Popjv made his escape A immediSately The exact causo of tho shoot ing is not known 5 Both Will Probably Die lI Prcstonburg Ky March 28It Is reported that sons of Dick Siczraan and Philip Hopkins engaged Ina fight at ttoo head of Left Beaver creek 1y Young Slezman It is charged shot Hopkins and Green Stunbaughs son c it is charged then shot Slcrraan Both victims will probably die z Bought a SixYearOld Lexington Ky March 28Mlke tI Bowcrman purchased Friday from Jr B Riley a 6yearold green gelding named James B by Country Baron- for a good price The horse Has never been workedto any extent and Bower man believes he can see elements of speed In him i J Shot His BrotherInLaw Henderson Ky March 28A long standing bitterness between Sam z Crook and Elms Gibson brothcrsIn 3 law 1ivingiar orydon culminated t Friday afternoon It Is charged In Crook sntiotlng Gibson whom he met on n public road Gibson can not re cover WrlghtPleidGulity I Louisville Ky March 27Il H Wright a hotel keeper at Lebanon Ld Junction Ky pleaded guilty to too courttt ttenced him to iS months In the Atlanq ta penitentiary 554 ISnLlIpox at Owensboro Owensboro Ky March 28Tha fourth case of smallpox was quaran tined here Every precaution Is be lag taken by the authorities nnd it Is not thought tat tho dlseasq will Sspread Foaled a Bay Colt Lexington Ky March 26 Ironac the famous daughter of St Serf and a half sister to the dam of Flying Fox 8 which sold for 32500 guineas foaled a bay colt Wednesday by Imp Bath J ampton at J B Hagglns Elmendorf stud Bridegroom Died Suddenly s Bowling Green Ky March 27 r Robert Winscptt whowas married at noon Thursday to Mrs Mary Harmon 155ji died suddenly a few moments later i- while receiving Congratulations of his friends Il Saloonkeeper Shot fPaducah Ky March 27James Conway a saloonkeeper was shot and probably fatally wounded Thursday WalhertJirI talk of the affair but the police be I4 here Walherts wife Is Involved TVaJ hert Is under arrest Motion For New Trial Overruled Lexington Ky March 27JUdge WattsiTarker overruled the motion for a new irlaln behalf ot Ceo Miller who was colctedeome time ago for y Derating faro tank k L i J Jji rt Jp S I BOTH SIDES FIRM No Prospect of An Agreement In the Miners Wage Scale Louisville Ky March i8 After another day spent In frttltlcrs con ference the joint scale committee of the miners and operators of the West orn Kentucky district adjourned Fri day night to meet Saturday morning The prospects for a settlement how ever do not seem any better than when the conference opened as both the miners and operators are Insist lug upon their original propositions tho miners holding out for the In dlannpolls scale nnd the operators for a ten per cent Incrsasc WIFE OF COL PEPPER She Was Seriously Hurt While Atteij Ing Her SIk Husband Lexington Ky March 26LMrS- Pepper wife of Col Jams E Pepper met with a serious accident Wednes day at her home at Meadowthorps She was hurrying for a cup of water and fell over a rug falling with her face on the edge of the cup sustain ing a broken cheek bone and injuring her eye The accident occurred whlls she was waiting upon her husband who Is confined to lila bed by sickness Her physicians stated that she will recover but will be kept Indisposed for two months SUN LIFE INSURANCE CO Seven Suits Filed Against It By Policy Holders Lexington ICy March 28SIven suits were filed hero Friday against the Sun Life Insurance Co by policy holders asking that Its contract with the Metropolitan Insurance Co bo rescinded arid that all parties be put statu quo Some time ago the Metro politan absorbed tho Sun Life took charge of Its assets and assumed lia bilities on policies The policy hold ers in the Sun Life arc dissatisfied with the present arrangement nnd are asking for a return of all premiums paid A BOILER EXPLOSION Two Men Killed and One Severely In jured In Louisville Louisville Xy March 2GTwo men Injuredbypartment of the box factory of G C Mengel Co at Twelfth and Ormsby streets hero Wednesday night The DeadSamuel Blair Michael flush colored The Injured Frank Nngle severely burned It Is supposed the explosion was caused by a lack of water in the boiler Louisville Tobacco Louisville ICy March 2GoThe leaf tobacco market was a littlo more sat TuesdayThereports 869 hMs sold Of these 7CI hhds were burley and 115 hhds dark tobacco on original inspection C95 hhds reviews 173 hhds Gov Beckham Wins Frankfort ICy March 2GThe court ot appeals has rendered a decision that compels the placing of the name of Gov Beckham on the demo cratic primary election ballot ami holds that the primary election Is Ie loa Courthouse to Be RemoderedT Hopkmsvjlle Ky March SThefiscal court of Christian county advertised for bids to remodel the courthouse Tho front walls and tower will bp rebuilt tiled floors and metal ceiling put In and new stairways and several more offices added On Trial For Murder Lexington Ky March 28James W Best the accused murderer of Mrs Martha Martin was placed on trial Friday morning The entireday was conSumed in the selection of a jury Best entered a plea of not guilty to tho charge StartedtVersailles was broken near this city Wednesday on the Lexington Versailles anti Frankfort electric railroad It is hop ed to have the Lexington and Ver byfallTeam Is Demoralized Lexington Ky March 2ftThe baseball team of Kentucky state col lege has lone to pieces President Patterson refused to withdraw his ob jection Wednesday and five of UI1 most important players arc under the ban of prohibition Escaped Prisoner Recaptured Olivo Hill Ky March 28 Charles Griffith who with Clarence Owens al leged burglars broke jail at Martins burg Elliott county about a month ago was captured hero Friday by Marl shal Lewis White Owens has eluded capture Col SP Love Dead Greenville Ky March 2SCol S P Lovo died after a lingering Illness Ho was prominent as a soldier and citizen beinfj a veteran of the Mexican and civil wars antI hr1 served the peoplo as county judge- Merchants Were Fined Lexington Ky March 28Several merchants were fined and cost each by Magistrate Bell on the charge of selling Impure foods They sold in most cases canned goods that have been branded as Impure by the author Itles Burley Tobacco Growers Meet Lexington Ky March 28The Bur ley Tobacco Growers association ol Kentucky met here and adopted a set of bylaws and rules State Organizer Hawkins reported organizations form ed In six additional counties No Agreement Reached Louisville Ky March 26Alter another day spent In conference the Bcaio committee of coal rclner and operators of Western Kentucky ad journed Wednesday night until Thu day without having reucbod any agrcf rocnt Tobacco Man Assigns Otrcnsboro Ky March J1UerA Lawton of South CarrolUcu fllefl a petition In bankruptcy Wedneiday His liabilities sire 877 and suet U55 ptiOl3I i4 J 1 3 4 iS yY AN INVINCIBLE UNION Gods Purpose Linked with Mans Surrendered Will What II Mrnn to Snr Thp Lord or llnl I with ISerinon by the ICIglmnr Dlt Ilr w y Irmcber ICopyrlKhi IWI by J M Kelson I Chicago March 191 Text The torj ot host l with u l the Cut of Job our rifmje Isalm 67 I1K words ofour text like the triumphant shout ot a returning II r in y proclaim lug the prowess of the great gent rl1 who has led It to victory sound forth from the 4tith Isalni which was wril ten supposedly in ciiuiiueinoration of the g rcn ilel iers ii rl of Jerusalem friiin iln inihlv AsKvrisin uriuy ll mis during hi reign of Hit godly King ikvckinh hat these rcmarkahUv events transpired They are full of thrilling interest Kollowing the vlg orous religious and political reforms with which llexekiah inaugurated his reign he holdy threw off the yoke of the Assyrian king anti refused longer to pay him tribute Later the northern tribes of Israel were taken captive md their country laid caste by the Assyrians and this exposed Juduh to fresh attack Many of her strongholds were taken and the vast Assyrian army under Sennnclierili came and encamped against Jerusa lem The city was ordered to stir render in the most insulting mid blasphemous language The God of Jiulah was defied as being unable to save them from the iron hand of the great conqueror In the hour of peril and desperate need Hezckink lays tho matter before tire Iord and obtains word through the Prophet Isaiah that the Lord bus heard His prayer and will deliver the city out of the hands of till enemy And it came to pass that night that the angel of the Lord went out and smote in the camp of the Assyrians an hundred four score anti five thou sand nail when they arose early in the morning behold tlll JIere all dead corpses CO MUCH for the historical facts eJwhich probably furnished some devout Jewish poet with his inspira tion fur the Psalm In the eleven short verses of this paean of praise the words of our text are repeated twice echoing the thought in the opening verse and furnishing the key to the whole The sound of the words comes with the reassuring calm of the Pence be stillwhich hushed the raging sea of Galilee to rest It is a confident boast which swells and throbs till through the Pfalm and re veals the glorywhlch comes from the linking of the Divine power with hu man weakness bringing victory in the face of a mighty foe What must these words have meant to those helpless Jews shut up in their city and nnablc of themselves to strike n single effective blow at the enemy which threatened their homes and their loved ones Today the ssyrians are seen to be drawing the lines closer about the city and preparing to make the final assault upon the citys walls Darkness closes in u pou the city and the en camped enemy What the morrow may bring forth fills the people with anxIous dread But Hezekiah and Isaiah have placed the mutters at h sue in the hands of a mighty ally and while the besieged city vnltp Cod angel goes forth null smites the Assyrian nrmv with the scourge of JHi lingllgj v It break over t1n Tf ted flfllatlxfOt5Sity- reveals to 1be wondering eyes of the people heaps of dead instead of an onrushing and conquering army and in the distance the remnant of Sen nacherib army can be seen retreat- Ing leaving behind its lifeless war riors It is no idle boast which echoes throughout the city They can say in truth The Lord of Hosts is with us the God of Jacob Is our refuge r T WAS a great thing for King lIne kiah to be able Jo claim the Lord as his ally It is the greatest boast which any soul can make Japan a few years ago was proud to claim as her ally the British nation with her powerful fleets Cuba inoVe recently was made strong and confident in the knowledge that the United States stood behind her in sympathy and was ready to help strike the blow for liberty Xatlons and individuals are always glad to claim the protection and help of n stronger power The small bJeen learns the lesson early and warns the threatening bully with what his big brother will do if he touches him The business house likes strong backing The new business or enterprise depends upon the substantial character of its di rectors to give It standing in the financial world All this shows how the weaker must of necessity look to the stronger U is the principle on which society is constructed It Is the unwritten law on which nations rest nut human weakness which can summon only human power to its aid is circumscribed and insuffi clout Hut the nation or the indi ritual who can in truth make the boast that the Lord of Hosts is with us reaches beyond human limita tions and clasps the hand of God in Invincible iniloni- Napoleons boast that God was with the heaviest artillery sounds well and has echoed and reechoed on the lips of men in selfassuring confidence ever since but we dare to claim it ia not true We would like to recast it anti say God with the artillery makes It tIle strongest The imputation that God is always looking for the biggest army and the heaviest guns so as to be on the winning side is worse than blasphemy God is always with the right and whether the heaviest guns or not it wins gloriously in the end Sjurely it was not because Heze kiah bad the heaviest fighting force which made God his allyand secured for him the victory Follow through the pages of sacred history and H will Judtionequipment but was always an issue between right and wrong the deliv era nee of man ip answer to faith anti the glory of God in fulfillment qfflis promises Trace through the page of profane history and it Is no hard task to find again and again the tri umph of the right in the face of the greatest odds the victory of the weaker over the strong because the Lord of Itists was with the weaker in tide rlglHeciiB cause Take It in our own revolutionary war and con r i t r c oi J i IF T JTi sider the seemingly insurmountable odds against which Washingtons small and poorlyequipped army con tended If it were true that God was with the largept armies and the hear iest artillery how can the surrender at Yorktown he explained how can the bravelywon independent be un derstood Wrong may sometimes trl umph for a season the might of man may seem 11 prevail uiul victory for a time perch upon its banner but it must not be forgot ten that God is play ing a large game and that His record cannot be written In a decade or a generation or a century Ultimate triumph is to be His Truth as it is found in Him is to prevail God tavs I wii be exulted in the earth and they who can say The Lord of Hosts is with u the God of Jacob is our refuge are fighting along the line of sure victory SIIK titles which are given to God our text are specially fitting and significant The Lord of HoHs TiinI the God of Jacob The hosts of the Assyrian had come up against Jerusalem but the hosts of the Lord were mnrkhallrd to the aol of the be leaguered city The honor the pow er the faithfulness of God were im pugned by the godless enemy anti the covenantkeeping God could not forsake ilk people He must deliver them for liit own vindication and honor us well nl bevaue the need WI des pcratc and the cry of faith was persistent The Lord of Hosts as the militant God the God of Jacob as the covenantkeeping God If the eye of faith will look long and steadily to ward the hills from whence routes its help a vition will burst upon the soul which will recall the sight which cheered the fainthearted servant of the prophet as hwas enabled to see the innumerable hosts of God en camped between the threatening enemy und the hunted prophet The Lerdof Hoftc The Lord with the countless multitudes of Heaven to carry out His commissions and execute His judgments That was no idle boast which Jesus made when the It man guard took Him prisoner in 1b garden and lie declared that He could ask of Ills Father and He would send more titan 12 legions of angels to deliver Him Xerxes is credited with having an army of over two millions ami a half of turn when he made his descent upon Greece sup posedly the largest army ever nulls terfd by a single ruler and yet this immense army which it is said took seven lays and nights to cross tIll bridge of boats built across the lid lespont watt but a handful of men in comparifon to the innumerable hosts which God can marshal when need requires The arena of the upper air is filled with the forces of Heaven as they swiftly pass hither antI thither in performing the will of Him who is the Lord of all these hosts What n tremendous claim H is to say that the Lord of Hosts ir with md Wliat invincible union It was this confidence which brought Moses the fugi tiveUebrew back and made him bold to go before the mighty Pharaoh and demand deliverance for his enslaved cour1rJmen It was this confidence which kept Joshua circling the wall of Jericho until they crumbled to the ground It was this confidence which nerved the arm of David and sent the stone with unerring aim into the forehead of the Philistine giant It was this confidence which enabled Paul to fight the good fight of faith to meet all the perils anti hardships of his pio neer missionary work and give him the right at the close of his tremendously active life to claim that he had been more than conqueror through Him who had loved him and given Himself for him Anil it i this confi dence which nuas tJo vertaiit of the Lord brave and teat and vietori at Ith fte of evILnui4liC 11 cr7very difli- i VtI f a titLe thIusi 1UT the Lord is more than a mill b tant Lord leading Ills hosts to victory He is a safe refuge Into which Ills children may withdraw when the storm is sweeping down upon them and they may rest there until the danger is past And it is the God of Jacob Who is our refuge Why so Vhynot the God of Abra ham or the 01of Isaac We do not need to go into the historyof Jacob very far to discover the reason Who was it who had to flee for his life to escape the anger of n wronged brother and who found a resting place at the gateway of Heaven where God met him and made Ills covenant with him Who was It who sojourned in the land of his jealous arid avaricIous fatherinlaw who suffered wrong who was cheated antI lied to and abused and threat ened and yet who found the Lord was with luau nail giving him great substance and a numerous progeny Who was it who was troubled with the sins of his youth as he journeyed toward the land from which he had bepp forced to flee and who when he hfnrd brother was coming to meet him with n force of fighting men de spaired of his life Who was It sought out God alone that night anti wrestled with Him all night and at lost found in Him a safe refuge even though he halted on his hip through out the rest of his days The fugi tire Jacob whom God brought back in honor to the hindof promise the oppressed Jacob whom God delivered with much wealth and large family the threatened and hated Jacob whom God reconciled to his brother this is the one who can speak of God as a God of refuge The God of Jacob is the God who never fails His children when they are In distress and trouble To speak of God as the God of Jacob to claim Him as our refuge instantly inspires confidence for despit nil of Jacobs meanness and sin and wrongdoing his faith reached up by way of the covenant promises of nod and obtained the needed protection and help To be able to claim the God of Jacob as our refuge is to put confidence in a God Who has met every human need and given protection in times of greatest darkness and danger This is the kind of a God we need This is the kind of a God we have tt UT not every one can claim that Sf I the Lord of Hosts Is withus the God of Jacob is our refuge Even Christians oftentimes cannot make this proud boast because sin has drawn them from Gods side and be cause when in difficulty and distress they have turned to human aid in stead of looking to God Xot all churches that are founded in the name of the Lord of Hosts can claim In truth that He Iiwltb them Many churches in their methods and practices in their worldlyminded activi ties are not in the blessed company of the One Whose name they bear Fhiey may feel that thej nrJnnilrer- Iri lM cnirs of Christs kingdom r Jr to m GrffJl1i 4 4 t2T 1 but they are seeking to perfect in the flesh that which has begun in the spirit tituilare walking with the world anti not with God It means much to say the Lord of Hosts is with us Who may make that claim how may one know that the Lord of Hosts is with him Let us consider these nilimportant questions First who may claim that the Lord of Hosts is sjanding with them that the omnipotent power is linked with human weakness in invincible union He who by n threefold act of will anti heart has turned towards God llIlC cepled Him anti is walking with Him It is a matter of nllilide towards God of choice between self or God mind of conduct following the choice night attitude towards God will al ways discover His dwelling place right choice will always place human feet on the pathway along which God moves and right conduct will keep the soul in step with the Divine will so that it van confidently claim tli Iord of Hosts is with me the God ot Jacob is my refuge This three runged ladder must he used by taint antI sinner alike in gaining the realm in which God moves There is a sense in winch the Lord is always with the soul which has been born again whether that south is living in obedience to His will or not for He knows them that are His anil none shall be lost eten though they are at last saved MI as by fire There is a sense In which the Lord is always with the unregenerate soul of man for Scripture declares that God stands at the door of the human heart anti knocks and the sinner is told to call upon the Lord while He is near lint neither saint nor sinner tan make the boast of the text unless his attitude his choice and his conduct are right In the case of thcsaint it is the renew lug of its broken relationship with God With tIne sinner it is the beginning of n new experience in which the atti tUlle of the heart is toward God tho choice for the first time is made for nodnlld the conduct iwith God nt sinner cannot share in the trio W umphant strain of our text until his heart has turnen towards God un til his will has been surrendered and a new motive rules in his life Atti tude is the light which shows where God is choice is the step which if taken places the south at the side of God and conduct is the music of the life which enables it to keep its step with the Divine will The Christian cannot stand in the temple of God anti sing with the Hezekiahs anti Isaiahs that the Lord of Hosts Iii with us unless he quits his world ness and turns towards God unless he seeks first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness and unless he lives in his life the religion which he professes with his Ips The church wprllsifwards God and away from the allure ments and enticements of the world if it chooses fairs and suppers and entertainments and catchpenny af fairs of every kind to raise money and interest the people it seeks to reach instead of preaching till Gospel of repentance antI salvation and keep ing itself unspotted from the world The words may be beautifully in scribed upon the walls of a church the congregation which resorts thither may read them over confidently so as to arouse a false sense of Divine nearness and cooperation hut me thinks in some churches at least there are social and festival occasions when God is very far away and the Devil himself makes bold to come in and read over the words and laugh at the falsehood they express 1may we know that the Lord is with tisr Ky testing before God our true attitude townid Him by art tinilTiviiUJfci in v nt eXr ig tlo iinMr tf hi ii tUTUrfr 11 f iht oi Gi Word upon om dcov ering the sins of the inner life and the outward conduct and by the evi dences of experience Having reas lured the heart by the threefold test ing that the Lord of Hosts is with us then with Hezekiah you can con fidently wait until experience proes that God was indeed with you It may be a long night of anxiety and uncertainty but the morning light wilt reveal the lead Assyrians lying all about anti tIll triumphant shout will burst over the citadel of the soul Surely the Lord of Hosts is with us the Godof Jacob is our refuge THE HILL DIFFICULTY Strengthening Tcmd ncjr of the Mane PerplrsltlrH and Trials That COHK Into Every Life Dr Theodore L Cuylcr says re garding the strengthening tendency of the many perplexities and trials that come into our lives God knows that burdens will make His children strong So lie says to them Everyone shall bear his own burden There f thy load carry it there U thy place fill it there is thy work do it arid as thy dayso shall thy strength be The route to Heaven is not over a macadamized road with easy grades It has many a hilt difllculty where the climber goeth from running to walking and from walking to a tough clambering on his hands and knees Let Ut not murmur or vainly ask for elevators to hoist us for one have lived long enough in this world to thank God for diniculttes The grap ple with them sinews our graces and gives us spiritual force In Gods school some hard lessons are to be learned and there are no elective studies It is very pleasant to work out problems in addition and in multi plication but when our Master puts us into a painful problem of subtrac tion when the income is cut off or the crib is emptied or the stuff is brokenthen we cryout 0 God let this cup pass from me It requires great grace to be able then to say Nevertheless Father not as we will but as Thou wilt For the hardest lesson of all in this world isto let God have Ills way nand Out Your Ilralnc To many a man in misfortuner prob ably nothing IfU bitter a the fact that no one will help him to think One friend will kindly lend him a hun dred dollars just to keep the wolf from the door another will give huts n letter of introduction a third will wish he could do something for him a fourth will advise him to keel his eye open a fifth will be glad to see him looking uvehlanilso forth All will fid sorry for his trouble but not one will help him to think his way out of the darkness into the light Why shoill l we not help our neighbor to thiukras well as to laugh and to eat It is as incumbent on us to hand out our brains as our money We that are strong ought to help the weak And at one time or another we are all Included In both datsts S S Times f Et 1 iiiIIIft One of the essentials of the happy homes of today is a fund of information as to right living and the best methods of promoting health and happiness With proper knowledge each hour of recreation of enjoyment and of effort may be made to contribute to that end and are of not less value than the using of the most wholesome foods and the selecting of the best medicinal agents when needed With the wellinformed medicinal agents are used only when nature needs assistance and while the importance of cleansing the system effectually when bilious or constipated has long been known yet until within recent years it was necessary to resort to oils salts extracts of roots barks and other cathartics which were found to be objectionable and to call for constantly increased quantities i Then physicians having learned that the most excellent laxative NSx and carminative principles were to be found in certain plantsd principally in the leaves the California Fig Syrup Co discovered a method of obtaining such principles in their purest condition and of presenting them with pleasant and refreshing liquids in the form most acceptable to the system and the remedy became known asSyrup of Figsas figs were used with the plants in making it because of their agreeable taste This excellent remedy is now rapidly coming into universal use as the best of family laxatives because it is simple and wholesome and cleanses and sweetens the system effectually without disturbing the natural functions and without unpleasant after effects and its use may be discon tinued when it is no longer required All who would enjoy good health and its blessings should remember that it is the one remedy which physicians and parents wellinformed approve and recommend and use and which they and their little ones alike enjoy because of its pleasant flavor its gentle action and Its beneficial effects Syrup of Figs is for sale by all reliable druggists nt the regular price of fifty cents per bottle in original packages only laving the name of the remedy Syrup of FIgsand the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co printed on the front I QlDo 1m111lA IJ packagefi SjSan Francisco Cal Louisville Ky New YorK N Y li otlee Too Good hightributereal estate agent the other day He decided to tell hU place and got a real estate agent to ivrite the notice When the acut read the notice to hum he said Head that again belicreillof that kind all my life ami didnt know I had it until you described it to me31j1 waukee News himWelldaughter did not pick you out for your per sonal attractions Hence I must conclude that you have tome practical points that are yoursCleveland One Answer for AU Lancaster N Y Mar 30th Postmaster Itemers is still in reveipl of many letters asking if Ida cure has helu good It will be reniembereu that some time ago tne particulars ot Mr Kemers case were columns lie had been very low with Diabetes Physicians could do nothing to save him and ne grew worse and worse till some one recouimendea DoJds Kidney Pills A treatment of this emedy was begun and when eight boxes bad been taken Mr Kemers began to see an improvement which continued as the treatment proceeded till he was completely re stored lie has since enjoyed perfect health and is as robust and able a man as au in Lancas ter Interviewed the other day he said Many people wrote to me when the story of my case was first printed and some write to me yet asking if the cure was only temporary and if tbe diabetes has returned 1 have only one answer to everybody Three- years was vcr 11 t The tc Tai iijdds t d 111trongit J bad uetreturn of jttrJli A ConvertIIe Lelie inc of nonresistance Does i ci ai thingsDetrout Mrs Laura L Barnes Wash ington D C Ladies Auxiliary to Burnside Post No4 G A R recommends Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound- In diseases that come towomen only as a rule the doctor is called m some times several doctors but still matters go from bad to worse but I have never known of a case of female weak ness which was not when Lydia E Pinklmms Vegetable Compound was used faithfully For voung women who are subject to headaches backache irregular or pain ful periods and nervous attacks due to the severe strain on the system by some organic trouble and for women of advanced years in the most trying time of life serves to correct every trouble and restore a healthy action of il organs of the body EPlnkluntnsVegetabloCompound In my home and I would not be with out It In all my experience with this medicine which covers years I have found nothing to and al ways recommend itMns LAURA L BARNES 007 Second St N E Wash ington D C 5000 forfeit If original of about Ittter proving genuIneness cannot tt proaucta Such testimony should l e ne cepted by all women as convinc lug evidence that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound stands without peer as a rem edy for all tho distressing ills of women rwiI 1Our 4 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last year from a severe attack of Eczema chiefly on the scalp face ears and neck and on one limb I was for several months under professional treatment but the remedies prescribed were of no avail and I was gradually becoming worse my face was dreadfully disfigured and I lost nearly all my hair At last mywife prevailed upon me to try the Cuticura Remedies and I gave them a thorough trial with the most satisfactory results The disease soon began to dissappear and my hair commenced to grow again A fresh growth of hair is covering my head andmy limb although not yet quite cured is gradually improving My wife thinks so highly of your remedies that she has been purchasing them in order to make presents to other persons suffering from similar complaints and as President of the Bible Womens Society has told the Bible women to report if any case should come under7 her notice when a poor person is so afflicted so that your remedies may be resorted to ROBERT ISAAC FINNEMQRF tIr etht Nattl SofrtKt 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teisasasCtiMi xt i y t 1 I 4 t 3 6lIt i 4J fifi 1 6 Sobq I OUTLOOK 1UIJLISHING CO o i I OWINGSVILLE KY r J PER YEAR m ADVANCE jAldress nil communications to f t Tile OUTLOOK FcuusuiKtt Co or to JOHN W HONKER Owingeville i t Ky i THURSDAY APRIL 2 1903r k ANNOUNCEMENT 1 t 1 For Circuit Court CIo k n We are authorized to announce ijaraes L Conner n candidate for Circuit Clerk of itath county sub Ject to the notion of the Democrat ic party EUclion November 19034 2 Ve ore authorized to announce Jason J Mark as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Bath OlIn e y subject to the action of the Democratic partyruTUB newest for lcry in New York City was a dinner served on horse t back in the ballroom at Sherryse Saturday nighthFoil a muchalleged dead un your Uncle Grover Cleveland is n p niibjcct that occupies much poli tical attention or oil sIdes Tnt Cuban Senate has ratified the Reciprocity treaty a amended k by the U S Senate probably deem betlrr1111t1ADMIRAL DEWEY has greatly of fended Germany by criticisms Ifr e tho German navy in n talk not in f ttended for publication It will hurt Dewey to kayo to apologize r q JOHN Porp popped the question to ti13esio Lowdcn nt Dronni n c j Springs she accepted but her Ii popper refused whereupon Popp fatally popped her popper with n pop 4 SOME of the country newspapers 4areadvising Beckham to come fro 4 4 pnrlrbarluony lJwithdraw that he is not likely too If TOE Kentucky Sinking Fund Commissioners are buying out standing State bonds with the war v claim money No serious objeciii ions can he made for lower taxes that much CONGRESS will be called in ext ra t Session before Dec 1st thus ope ing the door of hope to the Cubs ash who desire reciprocity with the probability that said door will be t slammed in their faces nt last f Tnt prevailing iden seems to be r i that a man without any political I 4 record to ppoak of will be the most c CJ available Democratic nominee for President If elected ho will like ly make a record in four yonra suf ficient to assail i TOE French government has cx rpelled the religious orders fr j France for the alleged reason thut icrpf their influence to oppose tho rot i public France without monks nile i nuns IS scorcely realizabler jf it ExCoLLEcrrr UIIAS ESlJSrir Leonar rllOHland Lowla Poton iing ot LuulssiIIe hod to pay fir C5 it1Jih costs rnonntlng to thousan asseSAment1trfg iGcn amploya tor politicnl t v purposes Let the good work go jlT i on 4 THEUE is a big scandal in thoU if S FoBtofflco Department the e I i ift ployes hacked by Perry Heath I t ngunder investigation for alleged i l shady work Heath has either 105 ii jt been unfortunate in the selection r It i af men to back for politicnl favors M r f or has knowingly picked a bad dI ihI lT revelations of rottenness in I arl Ii high society brought outu R by the Burdick murder and Pennell 4 io suicidorroonyconflrruatoryoft 1 fact developed in all history that I 1 t beyond a certain stagp fashionable t t society inevitably gravitates to n tate in which conjugaloblii a tions are ignored end the sanctity st t an unknown quantity 1Tjz THE Court of Appeals dcclnree 1 f A the Democratic State primary elec J it t itio legally called and the Com 4znttee has no right to raise the 1i 1 0 + question of any wouldbe candi dates eligibility and refuse to place 4 7 his narao oh the ballot There is t f i iifr no p ealbnrothe voters now i1 hr Beckham iti going to get the rio cit MseJigibitivt it Inot likely to bo done an folk 8 3r1SfiliA I tala sure thingsI1 FoJ Savoyards Letter Louisville Postt1 Washington March 16What is Jt she South going to do about it f f V Will It try ashes for building ma terlal in 1901 as it did in 18PG and J 190P If so the result will bo the J 1f flame WilJ it seek alliance with the rottenborough of Nevada or 1 the Umpire State of New York 1 Will it hearken to the teachings of1 t Clcve1and the Democrat or to he I f 4 vaporinga of Bryan the IopuIis t i 1 1 i J 5he South le the arbiter it e an reincarnate the Democratic party i11i j if it will and Is at liberty to head another measure with a corpse if it7 i E j perverts enough The South hap H ant equal rights when it comes to jnjoyjig the dyantHgps of this e goverBEBent equal rights with the t i arthrbiitiiit has the alienable I rlgie e foul ogttri f it is ao dispo ir It was Gr Ter Cleveland who did fliore fnr the Smith than all tho J 4 pther 8taestegn if lila generation i 4 Il f ftUkers of ipcn S i Bjp iit d tks tpniaencexoif tho t fl y Pip j f r fb tc rr4 C 4ilrIo uth nud were Southern to the marrow He put on the Supreme bench Lnuiaf ond White Gulf statesmen Ho sent Southerner tobrnadfo represent tho country typical Soutberneri representative Southerner M ills the Kentucky Icxnn tho Confederate soldier the un Democrat anrlllactedjongrtss of tho United States When Cleveland was President rep resentative Southern men wero so lectid tobold positions in the Civil ecrvice lie appointed wore Dem ocrats to office than nil I lit other emiicrntic presidents together from Jefferson to Buchanan both inclusive Time has vindicated Clevelands second iidmiiiistration Prosperity returned as soon as it was manifest that the assault on the public credit was n failure It did not come be cntiso of the pinglcy bill but in ppito of ilnnd it would have eomo under tho Wilson bill had it not been fur the silver craze Ever 3 nt in America today who is making a living in honest endeavor owe a debt of gratitude to Grover Cleveland It was his commanding character his consummate slates IIIl1n hip his sterling patriotism is devotion to duty that brought tho country out of tho Egypt of e Ilnlutniand debauched legislation of the Fiftyfirst Congress lied plunged it Then was tho Souths grandoppor tunity It could have saved the administration from tho assaults of the Populists It could have saved the Democratic party from tho lit miliation of detent It could have saved tho country from at least two years of financial panic and industrial prostration But luarkoncd to the vnico of the fakir and is again in Egypt Will it learn in the fchool of experience 9 We shall see LuMrenough n the Democratic party for himself and Grover Cleveland and for once Mr Bryan is eminently and emphatically right Thero not enough room and that is whi Mr Bryan never got to be a Dom ocrat Democracy does not consist f protestations of affection for the people That is generally den a ingogyf assertions that every rich man i 1Rwaye envy Democracy is not n trimming of the constitution of the United States down to or n patel ing of it tip to some vague things that charletans ellI principles and ideas That is datnphoolcrr All of these are eminently and superla tively Brynnic That is why Bryan could never find room enough for in tho Democratic party At the present time Nevada the only ono of what ore caller Northern States that would go Democratic if the old platform of 1900 were rendopted and the ticket aflOOO renominated And by 1904 Nevada will be a Republican State no matter what the platform or whom the ticket It the Democratic party is anxious to see a Republi can solid North just let it humor Mr Bryan If on the contrary the party will see in Bryan what ho ILis a spoiled boy anda defcatcc nnd discredited charlatan and will trent him accordingly they will en el tjiocatnpafgiijjf 1901 with as ncesof IU ef31f thoy entered that of lpS4 Assuming that the Democratic convention of next year will have enraa sense what is tho situation Recent events have made the South jjgolid with the exception of West Virginia anti West Virginia doubt ful If that be so and thero littlo doubt of it the next national election will be determined by the size of tho majorities given within live miles of tho City Hall of New York and within ten miles of the ChicngoAndi reflection to it you will conclude that an oldfashioned Democrat on a sureenough Democratic plat mujorhDemocrat who is not a menace tho public credit who ha menace r t trust8ontljho iff would make the next election doubtful Mr Bryan would bolt 91Allthat there will be no such ticket and no such platform Defeat has taught him how to quibble and how to be disingenuous His bolt would only strengthen suchtt ticket Bryanites dont mokePresi dents Men who voted for McKin ley will determine the result in 1904and In18Sand 1802 those men made Grover Cleveland President und are ready to do it again Mr Cleveland who combines the strength of Jackson and tho wis dom of Tildcn has announced that ho is done with politics except to soughtTberes known as Cloveliindism which is but another name for Jeffersonism nd for Democracy will prevail in he Democratic councils of the fu ture Bryan sees that and lien it Wits he wroto what ho called goirgand Populism in the noxt convention The South has more at stake than anybody abe While Mr Bryan is citing Abraham Lincoln as a Democratic saint and hobnobbing with tho unspeakable Len Is- n that natural born absurdit thejeffersonJackhioaLincolnLe i gulthe South has an interest in the immediate future superior to the fortunes of Bryan or the im pudence of Lentz First tho South wants a Demo ighatnutIJDrou91111d virile Democratic part at the North And tho South mightyhadwith sense to put up a pan el of drawbnrs who believes the ontip can getitlier by following Air Brjnnflr paying t 50 elightest i j Q t t S z v J Y r attention to his preachments I opine not All that Bryan has uc complished has been to make a practically solid Uopublicnn North anti a divided Democratic South Will ati3 candid man deny thut Docs anybody eupposo that the th D IaingIs it not absolutel th Leeattention to Bryan the Republicans will carry New York by 100000 and upwirdofIf the South had no more at stake tItan Bryan has or his fol v brerywith tho antics of this statesman of n Hinglo iden anti that idea wrong But the campaign of 19CLa is going to be of vital the South Tho loss of the Presi d h cailetionon the North Atlantic slope and in the populous Middle West cnn not ho borne nnd that is what Bryaiiism throntons i here will be a heap of thrcatpn ings and much gospering hut the moment tho South drops Bry anisra why Bryanism will be as dead ns a last years fishing worm I am happy in the thought that the South has done that very thingcSAVOYAIwa CORRESPONDENCE FairviowhHorn March 20th to Leonard Anderson and wife a girlthoir firstborn Mrs I N Powell is able to be out again after a savero attackof rheumatism tOur huftling merchant in this community had u call for tour In totono afternoon and dipped Aup tho pooninto1purchaser 1Booch9llndam Rumor says thero is 7bo a wedding soon Guoss who Walter Bailey returned to Shel byville Friday to get a position We bad several days of beau ti weesFormerssomo few made gardens We do not blame the printers for not wanting to work after night as wo know from experience that it is not pheasantvHUlsboro KforJohn Newmans wife is very low 9ith lung troublelMrs Sam Story died Friday af ter a long sickness J M Hunter left this week for tho mountains trading Amos Garner and Isaac Gilker son left last week for Illinois InsMissesleft Inst reek to attend school at Valparaiso Indiana Mooros Forry Ed Hiley bought horso of W RKttSGfvrc80 0 P Shr tit bought n horso of AllioJiaodpaster for 10187 CoqkcWilliam Kissick has moved to town and is building a blacksmith shop near Razors store James Spurlock sold out last onImake his homo Mrs Elizabeth Cook sold her farm of 30 acres in Rowan Co half a mile north of tho ferry to JeSSie Rodgers for 300 D C Flood has been appoint school trustee to fill the vacancy caused by the removal of Jasper Sorrell from tho districti doughI relaII w gone two All who are desirous of cnrryi fl ksOnwill please meet thero Sunday at p mOD C FLOOD Supt Stepstone dSundaywifo Waller Barnes of Kisorton Ky Is hero visiting friends and reln lives IH M Turlov and wife of Mt Sterling spent Saturday here with friends C B Reid nnd wife spent Sun at Mrs Rs mothers in uSterlingB F Myers Jr and wife apt Sunday with Mr Stout and chil dren on the Ulterback farm granr1daughteriting the family of S J Boyd eicfcna all tho rest of our sick people ire tome better W B Henry is putting up a new Sthefrom the Kountz estate J L F Greenwade has bought out- S J Boyd and will consolidate the two stores into one thereby hoping to kill out competition C B Reid has rented of J B Caesity for 25 tho ground to go in IncornOas8ityfDrDr N F Piorco has returned to practice of tins place again a ridg while ho hopes that all will verne In well still ho would like to attend those who need his assistance The two headed calf that we s mentioned last week which was at W T VirTues died last weekr uncj i 0c 6 so IthPaynes grasp just as he was sure ho hud it Well we are sorry but it cant be helped now OrSpringliold visited Mrs toAhomes anti John Spratt went to xington Friday to attend a horse Sl lc fine itvi StMr500 Miss Mary Grimes visited lit init other near Mt Sterling tho past Mra Sarah Spratt and Miss Llilti Smothers were in Mt Sterling WedhtIdnJ edChancylled Monday to tho I eir father Will Boyd who died Monday evening unit was buried W ciednesdayWest End hattie Young is still alive Mrs Win North is visiting Cr L North Mrs Ns condition is improved surprisinglyJWtnDenton to ro a 2yearold heifer u soa nd seven pigs and seven head shoals for 100il ilierit f laorm soybut gas The sawdust in going into Salt Lick Creek by the ton from Car ringtons Branch At tire sat time our physicians lire tolling hat it will bo disastrous to us this summer whon the creek gets l IW But what do they euro eo they save the of ono hand Talk about g uuardiansnt makes mo tired CrooksoMrs J T Hovcrmalo is visiting relatives in Menifee Co Joe Bashaw of Salt Lick visit ed relatives here last week Mrs G R Armstrong was in Mt Sterling Saturday shopping Willie Crockett sold to John Manloy a sow and five shoats fur 25cMiss EtHo Swarts of Olympia friends here IrldllYand S aturdayTson o ansas City Mo are visiting reli tives hereoSam BigstafT and family left ast week for Michigan to make that place their home Mrs Tames Horton and children visited her sister Mrs II 0 Irwin at Olympia Thursday Tom SattorQeld and wife of Midland visited relatives bore Saturday and Sunday ICllcyleftto York for the railroad Sour Springs There 18 less farming going on thn waiver known onacunUnToT the weal weather very little plow ing hers As tho smallpox is over e11look for Bro Darrson to come from Salt Lick to Olympia to preach the second Sunday in April That is right Mud Lick are glad the smallpox turned aorryforIsore arms On account of bad weather a mud there has not been anvprayer meeting here for sonic time there will bo meeting next Sund suiddBaptist and a Campbellite and know what else reminded me 1 heard a member of e church ray the other day that liked to sco a man be what ho was if ho Wild a Mbthodist to be ono if h iooand if he was n Republican be one oneC2Llcldn Union Mrs David Evans is poorly Joe Jones went to Morehead Fri ay on business Frank Johnson was in Salt Lick Saturday on business G R Keller went to his homo Carlisle Saturday on svisit- E W McKinney took a hunchoC hogs to Suit Lick Saturday A T Ham and Aqua Johnson went to Salt Lick on business Sat rday tTorn Williams who is working in West Virginia came home FrI- day on a visit Mrs Gus Flannery and Miss Vir pingMr Hawnrden moved his saw b pillTho Kentucky Ragland Oil boo hue their No 2 powerhouse on reITue Lexington Oil Cocorapleted a well on Elzio Alloys farm last i Thursday report an extra good el1 s C C Johnson went to Salt Lick MondRY of last weekXHo eamepi backTucsdlY with a sprained caused by hlsjumping from freig it rain No1 when it left the trackj i James Henderson corapletedTa as well on J W Hams farm ItLetjWednesday for the Block Rock C oLThey placed It gauge on the cap tho well and it showed a44lb t rureinch pipe to their powerhouso and attached It to tile gasoline en1iIPQ I h 4Olympia friendsrt forOrpliGeorgemake his home Thursday SaturdayElder W A Williams nnd wife trltitiilayChris Gopher of Suit Lick vii iiundaypiI1tlerkjnn Itfcj preached two interesting sermons here Sunday yin Hunter and Will Gray start to Illinois Tuesday to make eir home there We think Olympia is going down goodcitizensmore sickWmj will be able to be out in two weeks James Penix is somo bettor Mrs uloJckson IVBethel sclMiss Sallie Paris of Owingsville was tho guest of Miss Sallio Stone st week Joseph McAlister and J F Trumbo of Mt Sterling spent Wednesday here with friends Misses Lida Mae Bolts and Jen SaturdayJ8relatives Misses Bertha Trumbo and Edna Irvine of Nicholas Co spent Sat rday night and Sunday with Miss usan Gregory Miss Eva Ramey is spending a week with her uncle John Ramey near Sharpsburg She is much im p roved in health leDlast week in Owingsvillo with his daughters Mrs T U Brown at Miss Pearl ruwbo of Lexington who spent a week with her sister Mrs Brown V A crowd of our young people hrollected heredmorningTheydiusic and gamesA nice lunchof anti ices was served about 10 ft bjsiiFarmers Plenty of rain nnd Licking dv is rising rapidly Elijah Green nnd wife visited relatives at Rutland Bath county Sunday J C Mynhior Sr ia visiting his son G B Mynhier and familyat Rothwell Mcnifeo county Ernest Clayton of Morehcad hGt Chebusincetna week J l iy river Ith W II Thonia one of our let 1 ing merchants went to Louisville Monday to purchaso his spring goods voryItlays with what is supposed to be consumption granddaughterr SterlingyMr Dr A W McCleeso and haveidwe ireIfglad to say aro slowly improving eCapt H Kendig and son Hcrmie of Bowen Powell county wore hore just week on accountxof the illness of Mr Ks daughter Mrs J B Warren Upper Prickly Ash Mrs James Boyd has sold Ha pounds of butter since the let of last October I I Riley Chandler and family visit ed relatives on Flat Creek Saturda and Sunday II tMra Caleb Ratliff and daugh totMist Walter Mao visited relative at Salt Lick SaturdaygCMrsPierce Goodpastor of Ov ingsville visited F F Tackett an U family ono day last week I John J Coyle and wife of lows r Piickly Ash visited the latter Jmother Mrs Jonnie Hamilton Sa urday night and Sunday Mre Jennio Hamilton George Tackett and wifo nnd Miss E- ndTackett visited K S Hamilton a wife on Roes Run last Friday As was mentioned in last weeks aper John William Manley died Ashland on March 22 of typhoid fever and abscess on the lungs lXjth attention that loving Irelatives and the physicians could a Igivo ho gradually grow worse until death relieved him His remains wore brought hero on Tuesday and nterred in tho Atchison burying ground near Wyoming Funeral dervicesWillie Williams John William b was the eldest eotlofRoo Manley ad wife Ho was thirty years old 10hot h riadhivorkingor He wits an honest is rious young man and had n 1103t f fri lnds Tho familyand rolu ives have the sympathy of the en ire community In sad bo roaveinen fan iltlOQkJOb YQrk is Jest y r tY H Bald Eaglo Mrs ThIns Florence remains very ill Ollio Potts IB very sick has tyIoki fever People are about dono sowing tobacco beds Wm Guy purchased a gray mare of David Moore for 48 Mrs Tom Briley who has beeNoksolong is no bettor Mrs Dora Gulley has 37 turkey eggs Who can beat thatIlTho chief occupation hero 9 Jwbacco plants with three leaves Jus Saunders and Miss Lizzie dayMurch OWguests of Bruce Sexton at Roy noldsvillo Sunday Kelley Trimble and wife of Menifee Co are visiting relatives p Bald Eaglo and Reynoldsville l f Dr J M Feland has moved t hnrpsburgS and makes a trip to Reynoldsville every day to his office vtnd stays two hours an gdscared his milch coW so that she ran about 50 yards and fell and died in 30 minutes Midland City Some gardening was done the past week FloydHenslcy Mrs Bert Wills is quite poorly with lung trouble Leilie Hensley left Sunday for Lexington whero ho has a position v CisItJ O Adams is building a neat welling near Vieschers Spring for himself Sam Ficklin and Ross Click fin lied their now dwellings and inov in the past week colorIUwent Saturday to keep house f Henry Hopkins near Owingsville Charley Roberts and children of upper Licking are visiting the formers mother Mrs Amand IR o ertskJeffHowell while filing saws got ju piece of metal in his eye He went to Mt Sterling Friday to have it roisovedtThe office for tho Salt Lick Lum er Co is near completion under DentonXjand jerKnob Lick Cool and rainy Farmars have done very little p lowingoThere is not much prospect for a fruit crop Goorge F Green moved from ere to near Midland Boono Razor bought of Altix ollins n cow and calf for 40 John Yatbrough will move from one to Fells works east of alt- rwl to rtn n bnnr inhoulle eAlct Wells is down from lion t ington trying to get somo 30 or 40 men to work ou sections in West Virginia John P Colliver who has a position with Frost wholesale dealer in seeds feed and farm implements is visiting his family a tow days Soreral bunches of hogs passed here this week prices paid for them were very high The consumer will have to draw n pretty stiff pension if he eats very far back on oneTho oil well at John Hedricks was shot Saturday evening There was quite a crowd to witness it owing Jt to it turning so cold the majority of the crowd left before it was shot have beard since there was considerable oil showed up Tho attempted bank robbery at Salt Lick is causing considerable speoulation as to whp did it There seems to bo a general opinion that it was principally home taleqt but a wide difference as to who the talent were Tim dogs ran some colored boys to cover some claim hey are implicated in it while others do not want to believe they conccrned It is up to every ood citizen to not leave undone anything within the bounds of reason to try and run the guilty par tics to earth Care should be used that no innocent person is porseI cuted but every effort made both by officials and citTzens that the guilty parties should bo brought to justice J Salt Lick f Jessie McCarty is homo from Torrent Win Kautz was in Lexington Wednesday cMissesspent Sunday at borneaCuss Durham of Moreheadwi is caller hare Saturday and Sunday William Maze and wife of Farmers visited relatives here last week Mrs W J Shouso wont Satur ay to visit her parents at Slier orne Press Jackson returned from aS WesdayLee Snedekor was in Estill Cou this week on business connected wi ththeoil fields IIHedriclwith good resultsjlXBorn to Roy Snedekor and wire a oil well shootertheir first Ivborrij name William Lewis V J i4 4 r z = = L w = u J i SENSATIONAL JEWELRY SALE iI WILL OFFER MY ENTIRE STOCK OF Jewelry Watches Silverware Cut Glass Books Clocks Etc the lowest price over offered as I have too many goods on band w is the time to buy such Jewelry as you need Sale will begin ab once Below I give some prices 80cy18sizo2 N Y Standard 18slre 215 Elgin in silver case 495 7j Elgin 20year case 18 sizo 695 7J Elgin 20yr136izohlgcase 9 15j 16 size Solid Gold Caso 21 50 6 size King 5year cnso 350 day Clocks 175 lay Alarm Cloek65ur 1dny Tattoo Alarm 105 3 day Iron Clock 450 up 8 day Enameled Wood Clocks 375 Sleove Buttons 10 15 25c Theso are only a few of my and aro 50 per cent cheaper than you can buy OLD GOLD AND TAKEN AS CASH O WIDgSVI S to sit up Mrs Griggs is some better Mrs W W Barnes returned laSt week from n very pleasant visit her daughter Mrs W A Whit comb at The entertainment at the M E hurch was a success The music y Dr Martin and brother on the guitar and mandolin were especially enjoyed Did not learn tho proceeds Tuesday of last week ns the nat rowgauge freight was starting out a flat car loaded with heavy timber turned over and Chris Johnson inIrepntnin youranews pow we look upon your city as n suburb of Salt Lick mid it is dim cult to toll just where our town ends and yours begins Whats he difference so we dont vary too much in our reports of the same happening A stranger would have thought ai circus was in town lact Tuesday toudgingut The excitement was caused by tho presence of the blond hounds l pogtheir business and lost no time I triking a trail Whether correct r not wo do not know Mud Lick The farmers have at last begun to plowf Taylor Downs luatncow by death labt week There is not much prospect fo ja fruit crop here Eil Gnfrlngton hiss u patch of potatoes comingtip Believe onehalf you hear but be careful which half The only failure there is illmu11 dirge is time failure to marryI Wm Highlcy is verysick Itt piesent writing with tho grip Mrs Elias BUvins is quito sick Mrs Joe Highley is no better A Mr Ramsay has moved hero from Ticktown to work for Rich ardson Bros The whoopingcough patients in this neighborhood generally are recovering The past week was very nice weather up to Saturday night when it began to get colder Tho oblfif difference b tYeenciv- ilization and heathenism is civil Ii allan is the most heathenish Wo wonder why other people qont laugh at our jokes and how hey expect us to appreciate theirs f Carl Blovins had a grubbing and candy party Saturday and Saturday night Some of the boys were quite boozy Taylor Downs has rented the lason placo on Salt Lickand will love to same in a few days Lee ackney will move to Downs house I To Olympia I am very soIy if I am mistaken about smallpox being pbickenpox but it iftRlymplas citizens that I gained my Information I just supposed h oethus my mistake eTheworm and the woods on fire Some of tho boys V tho creek went hunting the ntfeaj night Their dogs started a stand the wilts 10astthatrock it set the leaves on firo antheated up the rocks so that r they were kicked into the creek it heated the water eo that when the boys started across they were badlyI scalded Thoy are able round now When Adam In bliss Asked Eve for nklRsIhe puckered up her mouth with n coo ith a look quito She said most emphatic I dbnt care Artain If you do Texan Thisis the way a Bill ville justice aid down the law Mr Bailiff take the lawyer to ail for ten days give the woman divorce whip the husband and bring in a jug of liquor Atlanta Cpnsjitutjon i= T11 Ladles Solid Gold Set Binge 2any size 15QQ 1 160 Ladic8PIainGoldRingB75cto450 i SILVERWARE THAT WEARS Rodgers 1847 Knives and Forks 35Otzen Rodgerd 1847 Tablespoons 245set j lPuuSilver Thimbles 20 5year Chains 20year Watch duo t5yenr Watch Caso aocJNice Testaments A 0 Utv Pins 40c itprices elsewhere SILVER SAME BASCOM STURCELLF 7rrThls11oo1Improving Winchester iBeg ecstatic 4 gthelucky whiskies wholesome and 1 strengthening for the weak pleas strongFor j SP R INC 4 1903kBlue Grass Nurseries lr Fruit and ornamental trees grape v b tarbandlawn and garden Strawberry and 4 jigeneral catalogue on r Both k4 kyiV LEXINGTON KY I JFr NOTICE at 10 ALL PHYSICIANS OF lW5 BATH COUNTY 4f iiSealed bids will bo received by i tbo Fiscal Court of Ball county ak tho April term 1903 for the letting of medical services to the pauper poor in each of the six magisterial JIilistricts of Bath county for the it- eriod of one year TIll Court reserves the rightto R reject nny arid all bills as the b t jinterests of the county may require JNO A DAUGIJERTY j B F March 4th 1L03 35 4 C 111aiTrains 22 nnd 23 cnrry Dining cur scrvln Meals uluCalf TIMUCAUU KKFECT1VK JULY 27 JOi f TJXB or TlIAIKSi AT lnrSTO B7ATIOH 1 KASTBO0KD- No an IO5am- ot 1249 pc No21 1005 pik WSSTnOUfD No St S- tXoSS 3U pm- No 2tll3p In lrUS3 Train for LouhsiiIE Lexll1gtOQ Cincinnati Waahlugtou New York dad Eastern CItlfti Public Notice Bath County Fiscal Court Special Term Dec 29th 1902 It is ordered by the Fiscal Court of Bath county that the Judge of this Court and Bath County give notice that all persons feeding stock on any of the turnpike roads jit Bath county which are owned by said county will for each offence be prosecuted as the law prohibitIing such offences directs And tbe commissioners of the road district are to report all offences of this kind in their respective districts to i the County Attorney who sballlirprocure warrants for each and prosecute such law directs offenderIIt is further ordered that holders owning or in any inning land lying and adjacent to any of tho turnpike roads owned i by Bath county must within IS months from the lot day of Jantuary J903 remove or cause ti removed all fencing wherein same ja- nis encroachment upon tho right f way of said turnpike roads except whore tho same has been erect ti by consent of governing author previous to the ownership by Bath county And nil persons fail l ug or refusing to obey this order the time herein specified hall by the turnpike commission ers of each turnpike district of i Bath county be reported to theAt orney for Bath county who shalleon such Information proceed as the law directs to have suoh obstruc ions removed rind tho parties pros ccutedforsllmo A tiYAtByi 4T Jno A Daugherty Presiding Judge of the Bath County I iBc I Court in pursuance of the aIei t 1i order of faid Court do hereby c PUBLIC NOTICE to all persons in tBath county who have6rwhonlny fviolate either of the above paid or 2 don that they from this date de fc sist from these offenseg and comply with the requirements ntjovp strter1sThis January 1st 1903tJNO A DAUGH t 1 jc11 0 7 co t coP i t h i t tF t