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I- Jr E J r a 0 g tt v RX I0 fIf f lr yL C J tc i 0 P c t 1 a Q t i f c I Iie minqiLLtntaok i rjfF J VOL XXIV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 9 1903rio39 Y l SPRING SUMMER 1903 hams Ladies readymade shirt waistgood styles price one dollar each silk oxfords the celebrated ADjerican Lady C rscts Anthony Dress Shields that no rubber We handle nda J John Bebest goods at the low est price Goods and prices a your we 4 Yours respt RICHARTS OLD STAND OWlNasvlli I When you have n news Item or wish to communi cato with THE OUTLOOK office by phono ring up 51 here Come to TOE OUTLOOK for horso nnd jack billsTuRobt Nixon bought of Lee Good it pastar a 160lb sow for 15 16x20 picture trames 1 to 125 ccbIi M BROTHER iW ANTED To rout 50 to GO acresI of grass DB G W CONNER of Oscar Brother tempted tote antito lhft season with a straw hat day haL Fowler of O1ympInad n 75 cow killed the train thliast WcekD7ritYoung has bought out I3n onco V in the grocery busij Mr t tessinThe continued the with thel1rJI farm war kwcrLee Goodpnster bought three rorSUJohWL Whitton of Odessa sold v A to David Stamper n sow and six pigs for 25tBorn April 1st to Mr anVaire Robert Clark of near Sees sthnol house a daugbterca viTsit wall which A ShtheyI The OwingsTille lodge of Knighted l n t at vItILt For RENT Houaa and lot 1n OwingBville Apply to GANO GAULTE WE XCST BAVn OUR MONET SO please cnll und sottle S IiLT SERClnto Cbinot workbench antI fine lot at rt carpenters toyls for sale uenp GAoGAuLT near ij well Tho correspnindence from Slatltac s Hill and Grulrsalat SaweekOn further driUing in the tied rick well near Suit Lick neiod flu w 4r it ni was strupk so it is reported linnie Dr G Ws tonnor old A B MCM inneYu binckpULon fur t 250 6 is H beaitifuufl4 styliih ahlnni l h n WiiifMhe twoyenrnld Ron of and Alex Vellsdled near the old ore t of brain frnmmines Tuosday morning vi ttfever Monday will be Court nnd Korposubw dny Step into THE St OUTLOOK office and pay your sub L the criptipn jTS Shrout fold a 4yearold Mt horse to Omar Rodgers of Sherburne for 85 and a horse to Mis Thoe Boed for 80MTHE OOTLOOK would like tr have A good correspondent at the follow the ing poInta Sherburne upper Fhu Creek and WyomingMSTR rED OK STOLLSK Blue and black GmbuthBiold Llewellyn reo ftle setter Liberal ward 1 D CONNER i If you have honeraralob I them to my stable on day SrwilL bve a number of good buy enTJ JONES J When in town dont fail tolookdli at T 8Shrout8 splendid line of bueglM at all prices He will save t yOUnOneY forcashorcredit TS Shroute stock of furniture and vmderUklng is complete and ply bio prices ar the lowest Ho also does embalming 86631 Rev F D Palmetet will begin a protracted meeting at Faryew Church Monday iii Aptil nn He will beai l r Uyr Jtu isthe E Wright of MqorofielK Mr8J6hh Morl t Bifiterrof near Prestondiedof childbirth Mont ed day She was a Noland befere arriage Her nge was about 30 years She leaves a husband and seven children S I aaake the best break cart the arket2O2530 rubber itire l 15t 22 per Set Buggy g and painting a specialty OSCAR PAtML FOR SALEQUC cow with young e ealff and SVothere that will be fresh I la JedlyI 378t G1 nieCItYtKYi BarredP1ymout Rocks CongerA ti StraiBTa few eetUng of eggs at 50a jwrMitiogof 15 at the house JWEMMON- B2Stf JJetbel Ky 1 Come in and see our stock of which offerarnanyver y graceful figures and attractive h cIe TlI PERRY Co- DruRglsts js Fo BENT Oh8hares8 acres forIn tobae o12corjirass for team and eoir house and garden tobac tff fIwed Apply to SPEHCER ROY- D4iheJy il iyPt t tIr it 3f J JW t1ttJ ri i yu lttJ r k c It rfif Itt1 o ftjt J rj i cr fi 7r1 P t n r PERSONAL Miss Bottlo Peters is on tho sick 1htv St iv Bolts of Mt Sterling was Monday- S D Connor returned to Ashland afternoon p antownnn doPreston thfromrnnk Adalr and HanloyO Keller Carlisle were In town Saturday Mrs Elva Catlott moved this woefe her farm the F M Ewing houic placetI The two Iand Mrs L R Slessor roturn upInand Mrs C W Goodpas4rp guests of relatives r ed nbFloydWednesday to visit his sister E Freeland surgical operation was perform iarShoMrs J S Corbett of Frankfort tltoMrs T J Young of Louisville me tho fore pnrt of last week to herslstHrMrsJB Uool1pnster N Crooks and wlf were at arpsburg with the latters parents fand Mrs Enoch Saunders Sun 4IIss0 tins boen visltluff her brothers scar and Leo Palmer for severa good ys I Miss Hannah Fltzpatrlck Naft ncf pted ng a position lit the lelIon n xchange as ussiBtunt to Mrs 1ter Esti1lMrsO lOt W Ilonakcr and little son and JuuiiS Lane wont tiiesitia are Islt hor brother Jessie Jackson Spencer V- Joinns Cnrksllttlo Ion Albert of Sees schoolhouse Is gettingl from a scalded foot and ckotgrlp J that TobnYonngof Fiat Craekreturned nl turday uftrllUII from a ctsiy at inys Springs Ho feels much hn proved In ttlifoptromhytlia illneKS of his mother W W Power fI Mr and Mrs John Scott of Mt rUu eM r Monday uftnrnpiin nn visit to the ormors parents MrkMrs Henry Scott Miss tattle Atchison cnmoVer Richmond Friday nfternoon to sit her parents Mr and Mrs YV nl Atchison TuesdayeSherman Goodpaster was in lItpit last week end also prodnctlonofItogers Brqat be11stlSterling Mrs John Onrhmichnel in Jjoulsvllle rett Alice Perrys last week boMessrsSmith of SuIt Lick were visitors at home of D Sheehan Sunday Mrs S EDavis of Nicholagville me Friday to visit her daughters In rs C M Kennedy and Mrft37 B crly Baldwin at tho New Owings House Mrs Mary R Samuels Miss Mary Duty and little nephew John Duty prSamuels fBRev Ed Sandford closed theaI meeting atSeea schnolhousa Yon night Ticre were eleven adwditions to tho church membership lies Faa RUT500 acres good pas ture range for light cattltj and in ehcep well fenced abundan sup He of water Apply towRoss RrN IBOH CoiOlympia yrc 11RoekGoRagland oil field Thursday atw350 feet depth Green eller who was here Friday nithtc expressed himself as highly The Salt Lick Valley OilasCot who have been drilling on thllr leased land at White Sulphur hnce Inmoved their machinery to Iii ty Masons farm at Black Sulphtr having failed t08trlkeoi1nt tip former place Funeral Furnishings uIpments and modern serviccBb also dealer in Brstclass furnltur I of all descriptions Call and se 2 before purchasing elsewhere IDFARIS OwingBvlllo Ky JL HESS Funeral Director Embalmer FINE STALLION Although horses have g neup largely in price I have concluded to stand the celebrated stallion J S Brown one more season atl ten dollars at S J Fearings1 stables on upper Prickly AehJ 8 Brown has taken the premium in every sweepstake ring whichb has heen shown He has sired preflnecoach horses than ever stood in this county He is a great show horse and breeders miss it when hey 4onIrtip colts btbJmt pl V J J l1 prtO j Ii 7fty rr t jJIi 7 s i z DEDICATIOK INVITATION TilE OUTLOOK line received an invitation to attend the denction of the Louis Louisiana pXrchaso Ex pobition April 30 to lay 2 The invitation card is a very large and a handsome one BAD Fun FUUIT With the snow ice Saturday morning frost ico Sunday morning it isbl that any Of the tree fruit if it had lived through previous cold snap The trees in bloom however SENTENCED TO JAIL Sarah Pen nington and Mag Stewart both colored wore sentenced to fifteen- lays in Jail each in Judge Fons Police Court Monday on charge of using abusive language a costs will increase their terms days unless paid J RESISTED ABKEST Chief of Po IicoJntrics K Emmons in cleaning go his yard for spring found a re osage orange sprout He romptlyarrested it but it resist and stuck a thorn in his leg the knee laying him up with for game leg for a few days J 1srxn PAuTT The Easter party given by the ladles of the Christ or Church will he held at the Now L House Friday night The whole house will be given over toe guests and n great time will be JThertoDIEDUFrank Hedge the weB colored barber ugod aboJtfc yenr died Sundayftfternoon rice Everybody liked Frank for his nature nnd enjoyed his witt remarkB He had long been stitFurJ from lung direase lie lelleC wife who is Alex Powers dtughi W and one child cuch of Iwo forh r ranrriogo Poor Frank alV sorry that he Iuo J rEETU EXTUACTED ViTnouTPAiN By Dr C F Cray at the New winge House until aturdsyApr- iIlthTo my friends I wish to say on 1 have just called on Dr Gray otr tho New Owing Unisontid hadw hlmextrltctntonthhndIYliecIyednnd h broken off and can truthfully say I of no pain what jvr during thpn or after and cnn gladly t this process to all Itireally a happy sensation 1ALnZT ALEXAOt ntII Ki FORMAT f = F fit bliinl oil ase deeds mottgnges notes proofs of n count verification of demand warrants summons Hheriffs Pales affidavits forF notices to take deporj tinne indictments fur selling on Sunday indictments for gaming appraisement boards subpmnae wnrrantP espies pro fine of to Tnn OUTLOOK office we ave them in stock I ToConBE8PONIENTSIt would a great accommodation to us if correspondents who can do so Iin would send thcir items in so they a would reach this offiae on Monday this way the work jean lit prop divided between Monday and Tuesday and the forms can be pre pared for going to press before night Tuesday Otherwise R have to work after tbey dont like it a little working hard during the day ToosILESDEADInformntiontJ as recently received that Thorns of Tuicola III was dead N particulars were obtained Mr lie spent several months of last this county mostly at Salt LlcSl was seventyodd yeara old H as n son of William lies Ii leu- lIngnnd wealthy citizen whl to a large family at the Wm In Wright farm east of town nnd at Mill on Licking river Thom lies went West during the Civil ar period residing in Illinoist fter the war he held the collector at the port of St Augustine Florida for some time HowttS a man of good intelligence and was well informed lever and had many friends in this county Mrs Hiram Green of Rowan count is the only member of his lath ers family living in this section His brother William resides at Ca1 mnrgo Douglas Co Ill LOUISVILLE RACES Nearly 1000 orses are quartered at Louisville for the saddling bell to ring on Derby Day Saturday MayI Among those entered in the takes are included McChcsney dchnmpionof tho West Lucien Ap Rardolph Jack Ratlin WainaMonien The Lady Skilful Uledi Red Robe Jiminez Inventor Prince ofEnd urn nee LOin Reed Mary LavanaIncubatorJack De Mund Hargis Rosa rreeGolden Wishes Flying Slip Stratton Ni rate Little Scout Owenton and ever twenty have made the final jteyment In the Kentucky Derby d it is expected that a field ota- tlstjon will go to the post Steeplechases will be made a tea tiye ot the meeting and one of the pettiest courses in tho country has bLn laid out with a tine view from t Ljc Itr 1 j We respectfully ask the people of Bath county to come and see our stock consisting of Dry Goods Mens and Boys Clothing W f 1 L Douglas and Stacy Adams fine shoes for men Krolin AcIiheitner Co ladies fine shoes mens workli1 shoe every p airguar Jlt Janteed we mean by that a new pair or your L1IULy balk if not satIsfactorv We have a gooci assortment Ot r Calico and have Sari SA Yo Court and rutter known 1I1orcP theI the thin grand stand There will bo six fences to each mile including the waterjump The Louisville Jockey Club has been recently reorganized nnd hits new management Mr Chns F Grainger Mayor of Louisville is the President and Chas F Price the Secretary and Treasurer Over 50000 worth improvements have made including icw Club House now paddock now stable etcTho railroads have put on special rates for tho races tho fare from ii DerbymUy rate of a fare and onethird will prevail The meeting will last for lust fifteen days beginning May 2 and continuing until May 19 in elusive Quito a delegation will from her- oFISCArCouftrFjcai Court met Tuesday and wade a settlemen with tho County Treasurer E H Goodpnster awarded the contracts pauper practice as follows ioDr NTCIttrk in 5th district for 185 DrsJHTaulboe and aG Alexnnd in Gthdistrictfor150H Picrcf r F Robbins and Pritchard in White Sulphur for 11950 Dr WVS Reeves Wyoming for 100 Shnrpaburg und Bethel were not let FRIDAyS WuuTiie wind blew hard lust Friday increasing doingfuI many trees sere of the Circuit Clerks Of in the Courthouse was Scattered to the ground Other darn ago was the blowing down of Wm Atchieons burn near JSIate Valley M Atchison and C A Gnodpnptcrs barn nn the Santa near Reynnldsvilio Wm nail Andrew Mnnleys barn near Mt nnt Church tho tin roof nir of Match Coylea barn tin roof of AGeorge Clarks IIOUFO anti smokehouse at tho head of Burbridge Branch Robert Bristiws bjrrn Flnt Crctk was Hftcd nearly the foundation Munleys bain insured for 300 Bristowst- ttfl also insured S mo the zntalrfjf J M lchtobacco w reb W4 lifted f The vhon Vplnrt system twn i Iy derarigeil ty rwVrtr0his wind wits part- f a cyclone proper of wide ixtent hung n great deal of dimiugo in several Status Other burns blown down were Buck Mnnnins near Reynoldsville nndAllie Youngs on Creek nt Clell Foleys Wedne4layundvcalioly and in fact was a ty picnl spring day The warm rays sunlight gave energy to the wings of the busy hoc caused the the birds to warble their sweetest notec It and hill and valley presented a nest pleasing appearance enrobed a mantle of preen Amidst such his beautiful scene of nature we He would pause to give a meager description of a happy cven that oc of purred on this most auspiciousjl to day It was the uniting in mnr me riuge at 3 oclock p m of Mr Joh Peters of Bethel and Miss Gertrude Blair of Carlisle Tho wed hog took place at the home of thi brides parents surrounded ni iissembUgo of 200 friends and relal his Ivee On Recount of such a lzir they all aeeembled upon the to beautiful lawn as the coremon was performed upon the verandl As the weet stralhiJof Mendel wedding march began ti upon the balmy air rendered by Miss Nannie Sue Bryan of Car lisle their w increased see thecontractingpartiesappearV a few moments there cams Miss Bessie Boyd of Carlisle leaning upon the arm of W R Peters Jr of the groom Then camel bride anti groom nnd theyfl were reverently made husband and wife in a roost beautiful ceremonv by Elder Tinder of Carlisle The bride wore a beuutiful co lumo of blue trimmed In whit and as the stood under tho leaf bowers of the veranda the write never looked upon a finer coupl of Kentucky man an womanhood The bride Iii the only daughter o the Hon JG Blair whilo thfe groom is the aon ot W R Peter Sr These people ore very promi nent and well connected Immediately after the ceremony were driven to tho homo of the groom where among relatives an elegant luncheon was served We join in bestowing upon Mr J R Peters ar1 wife much happiness and earnestly hope that their way in life will ba long and abundantly filled with success DWD A MARRIED MAMS MDSINOS pnsseswithAbout the only really happy per sorts at a wedding ore the little flower girls and the old bachelors Bachelors probably call married men r haters because theyre In hat water so ilL i BROTHER BROTHER Itr RacketStore DratcingNearAnd purpose of two We slaughter the price and give you double bargains every time Glass Fruit Saucers 12c Glass Bowls IS 105o Fancy Lumps 504020c Jardinieres 125 9335c Vinegar Cruets lOc Wall Pockets 33 25c Corset Stays pr Sc Drees Stays doz 5 4c Ladies Vests 15 10 8 Sc Bonnets 20 lOo Lace Pillow Shams 12c SutnmerUnderwear RugsV CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W1 HEFLINOwingsville SPRING OF 1903 We have received a handsome line of spring goods including the latest novelties in MILLINERY DRESS GOODS Etc Ladies Misses and Childrens Trimmed from one dollar up No 1 good Corset for 25c Curtain Poles 15 lOc Ladies Hose 15 12 10 8 5c nke line readymade Skirts and Shirtwaists I LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO CASH BUYERS rtfiRS D Sm ESTILLO- dVUrCSJaEJ HON v B HIWKINS VICEPRESIDENT OF THE BUR LEY TOBACCO GROWERS ASSOCIATION OF KENTUCKY Endorses TT Hedgerof Scott County for Commissioner of Agriculture COMMISSIONER OF AanicoLTonE name implies a man to further he interest of the farmer and ugri lulturist and one who knows his needs nail will devote his time and energies to help to that end should be a man who is a prac tical farmer and one of the sons toil whom tho farmer delights honorOne of us It gives pleasure to ray that in my opinion we have such a man in the aspirant for tho place Capt T T Hedger of Scott county a man whoso heart and oul is in sympathy with every movement to hotter fellow farmers A tobacco grower ho is one of the first men enlist himself in the cause of the tobacco growers of his State a man conversant with the needs of tho agriculturist and one in whom the farmers can place implicit con denco and feel assured that if elected their welfare will not soC fer YB HAWKINS WANS ADVENTURES VP TO DATE There onco was a manfromNantuck et- Who kept all his cash in a bucket But his daughter named Nan Ran away with a man And as for the bucket Nantucket Princeton Tiger But he followed the to Pawtuck etiThe man nnd the girl with n bucket And ho said to tho man He was welcotro to KlnjBut aa for the bucket Pawtucket Chicago Tribune Then back to Nantucket Pawtucket The cash that he kept In his bucket But ho said to his NUll Let us drink on your tuna And because Nantucket Pawtuoket Win M Crockett the pair followed pa to iinu basset Where be still kept his cash as an assetBut and time Man Stole tho money and ran And as for the bucket Manhassot N Y Press Tho pleasures that are sweetest to tho taste are those which wo hove never tasted A mans first child makes him feel ten years younger his fifth adds three generations to his age Its luck when you lose Judg meat when you win The man who can always tell his wife right off tho reel hoVM r Mens Bow Ties fic Mens 2120lGc Lap Dusters 75 70 40 232520c 3 2125o Varnish BrUshes 53c Whip Sockets Sc 12Teeth Rukes 15e Clevises 5c Spoke Shaves tOo Granito Dippers lOc Granite Pio Puns 5c Hats i of v Then knows he loves heii the b st development of sheer genius Every man is not a slanderer hut every man is liable lobe alan deredWomen like to confess their imperfections to those who contradict themThere is no man so ridiculous as tho toe who tries to be unhappy and cant Whom the gods love dio young The gods evidently dislike board ingliouee chickens The average woman has no use for a wise naan unless ho makes a fool of himself over hot Women jump at conclusions and men try to reach them by reason ing Both land if they aro good guessersA says that the bumps ona married mans head frequently indicate the possession of n strenuous wife Prosperity is frequently tho pre lude to adversity- It takes more than va college diploma to make a diplomat People who ridicule fools ere us ually in tho same boat Cultivate prudenco do not eat tomorrows dinner today Decoy ducks are tho kind you encounter at some boarding houses Some men PitY small debts for the purpose of contracting large onesHaving a good time is the most strenuous undertaking man can attemptDont think because a woman is fair that she isnt capable of being unfair at times Love quotes poetry while acting proseThere are a great many promis young men who never reach tho paying stage You can almost see tho cracks n the average mans voicu when IB attempts to warble Even if a man doesnt look like a fool he can easily deceive strangers by acting like one A rural citizen in Ohio has cows that laugh Of course they are the laughing stock of the neighbor liuod Let your boy know that you think he will never amount to any thing and he will not disappoint you It is reported that playing cards were originally square but it is barely possible that cardplaying was also Chicago Nows If n woman is short on beauty sIte always imagines she is long on tact Religion has done much for mor ality but the fear of being round out has done more It is easy to acquire knowledge If yare not ashamed tq confess your ignorance Thomorelas8ea a man looks i a 4 i ISADDLES AESS kfthy buy a haudinado or niacliluehinilo Saddle or Harness when you can got strictly flrstclbss poods made right here at homo anti made out of the best oaktarneir leather and by men that only make firstclass work J Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLEt r Is the easiest and easiestriding amid most durable saddle midc lulwuysuRepart of time State I am Yours for best middles and harness 4 EUGENE MINIH AN OWINGSYILIE 1 i i JJ SAMa P ATCHISON DUCTFINE WHISKIES WINES TOBECO CIGARS G 1 BUY GREEN EAL SHDE FOR MEN WOriEN and CHILDREN t MADE IN LOUISVILLE YU S A IWITH LOUISVILLE OAK=TANND SOLESvthe A bestwearing leather in the world For sale by Oscar Chandler Owingsviller KentuckV tV 7 fiP3 8 ti Iadg e8u I Come and see my new line of spring goods eV o erything new in white goods of all kinds I K have the newest patterns in silks A look will be appreciated you are Inot expected to buy Ladles Extension Solo Shoes regular 150 DEle Ladles Vici Patent Leather Slices regular 3 220 1 Ladies Vici Kid Shoes regular 2 1ii5 l aiens Vici Kid Shoes regular 225 145 j Mens Leatherlined Shoes regular 2 130 M f Mens Patent Leather Shoes regular 3 198If See mybright new caliCO patterns ttt3J 47i and 5C per yard J- VVV na 0111I3Suunu u ilgc turL oihe XriL 4VVVV CLOTHING 1 have received my enilre iienllnev 1 styles try uio before buying see my bFufpcrga suits ular10 strictly guaranteed all vo6lEeVge roriS dntthey fade and are not as I reprpentfourrultn yf1will bp refunded SK r SHOES AND SLIPPERS ladies anchrimses dont foil to sec t aiinbV TTVVVV J jMens regular 125 Shoo for 90c Mens Vici Kid Shoes regular 2 120 f 1SMens Patent Leather Shoes regular 83 195 Ladies Vici Patent Leather Shoes reor y I Bargains in Shirts 24c and 35c shirts Ulur3l9OI itt GASH IATn IIIOscar Chandler f 1 the more queer he sees phia boy five years of age who had a of little boy was sent to the store the other day to get some loaf sugar By the grocer gave him und the boy was sent back to have it How do you like your new asked the as he was out the light kind of Oh I dont like him very J SV r ai rt f a t I q i One do lrabovejl t CARLOAD ON HANDS illSIZES f EVERY ONE GUARANTEED Eml L T9BYRONf through timings IMMATOKE IDEAsA Philadel recently become brother another grocery mistake granulated changed brother grocer weighing sugarV erCd1lIo We cant change him now cause weve used him three days Germantown Telegraph THE ODD BITSLOE JEWELRT iGather up your broken jewelry brooches rings etoandiihic jthem to Jewel Sturgell Hevfiil mako them us good andvnice n0 new fna trlJlir nmljon will Ret them in order c1lJr too perhapa tho saiiip rlnyyiiu leave them flu nlso copairB railroad Watches ordl narywittches nnd clocks at jttgrenfc y reduced price It will yorf to take your repairs to him He j4 lun excellent wotKraim 11f f 1 4V v k bc a b It0 jif I 14 h- l I ii7i11 h OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK p J q OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY a y fONE KNEWIIpreach or set you rIght- s V He thought all others better far than 1 be And so ho showed by life Instead of words The wondrous beauty of humilityb He did not worry to reform the world He knew Gods ways though slow were lc always suretHe only t By steadfastness and patience to en V dure I He would not prate abouttho want of r tlovt the lack of faith In human mind e never epoke about these things at all t 1lie he never failed in being kind bic One single passion held his heart In sway An carnest craving for the pure andktrue And though at times Gods face felt fartnwny c f f His earthdimmed eyes so deeply JY yearned to view tk j Still In the dark as In the light he 1if fne4smiledsaid the sun was shining alt the I timelI And 1 stand H hoped and trusted In a Love sub lime IASI Orpen In Chambers Journal b f JIIIfI IS KIDNAPPED I MILLIONAIRES A Tale of Wall StreetI and the lcsA A a ffJ By FREDERICK U ADAMSc 4 4 i I Coprbt rol luIIhlnc CompaT i clllod CHAPTER XVCONTINUFOI A thorough search revealed none They then proceeded to make n care c ful study of the map but it threw no 44 light on their position on the broad surface of the globe All that the t snap showed was the contour of the I bay the course of the brook to the reservoir and a little to the west d j of it also the location of the bungalow i and the small island in the d bay There was no scale and the waters to the east were designated Jr by no name i J For all that this map shows we may be oh the moon said Mr Kent IE All that we know is that we are ilive and well and somewhere in the tropics We may be cast or west or i north or south of Cuba Vor all I r know we may be off South America Well we can consider this later J ir mid Mr Morton Lets get down jj to business It would not be right for good Americans to do anything t without an organization nnd I move that Mr John M Rockwell be made S chairman and that Mr Sidney Ham month act as secretary All in favor oftlnnmotion say aye There was a chorus of ayes in t3 k which Mr Rockwell joined with a n JaUih Gentlemen said Mr Rockwell U1 have presided nt many meetings rind with varied success but this is W the most interesting and perhaps the j P v most important in my experience tr i iII make n formal speech when 4 we are out of time woods or more 4 f fy properly perhaps out of the ocean What is the pleasure of the meet ing In my opinion Mr President 1 saId Mr Morton our lint duty is to change the name of the island Its preseitHeame is distasteful to me IIi inoveyou sir that In view of the characteroif the men who now inhab i ItlC that we call it Social Island r 1 U87L Tl J J rW js fltpuf 6 Stumir 71S LfaruI JrHI 9 z4MJ1- e UwR oj S Ii JA Du 7JkUt J 0 H Ctmuru 8q is Sf Clifi MAP OP SOCIAl ISLAND o or Ilestorla 4f The motion was carried unanimous 4 i ly amid applause in which a flock t of parrots and cockatoos joined J i NowMr President continued t j Mr Jfortpn Itoccurs tom thatj- tbatofs engage our jttrst Is our sustenance during the be Tttime wenrelqlripene1 to remain on this Island It can be classed underf t the broad head of housekeeping The A 5econ1Ts a thorough exploration of fs the 1t1und and as careful an esti t tnate of our whereabouts as possi i ble The third is to plan and provide Mneans of escape I move that the c pres1denV appoInt committees to su- myi pervlse and be held responsible for- thI 1 performance these duties i 7 The motion belngcarrledlfr g Tlockwell pondered a fey moments 1iTF rand said I am of the opinion thatall mem bora of the Soda Island Colony Bhouli serve on the committee on housekeeping 1fthevorkIsshareJp 4z by all the t It devolves on one or two men it will be mere drudgery I am going to 5i appoint llr X Sylvester Ylncentas I general superintendent of the Social Island bungalow and of nil the lands uprity torcafl on the services of any member not employed at the time j on other duties and in case of dis putsthe president vill render a I ctacfsion Time president will also be ti L jqbjcet to SIr Vincents authority iJ i the matter of household duties nvrrttennwtWM room in order Mr Vincent t r will you accept this commission Iyes slror Mr President r said Mr E Vin J irWt He wa eltghtedwlth the lit of genera1 superintendent and J rexteu1 of bi autbcmrity I t t i iiLr 00 r 14 1 a j S o tlo I t l tJl r r j S iit ftY 7i o r 1 iir 1 r i I tliaTl appoint Mr Hammond chnirrrtnn of time committee on ex loration said Mr Rockwell He will be assisted by Messrs Kent and Pence both of whom are great ex plorers I dont want to explore protest cd Mr Pence I would prefer to o on some other committee The chair will accept no resignations said Mr Rockwell and he hammered on the table with a ruler to indicate that the question was Mr Andrus Carmody will e chairman of the committee on escape Mr Morton and Mr Haven will serve with him on that commitc ee The president volunteers hisC services on any and all these comC mlttees Is there any other business before the meeting If not we stnnd adjourned subject to call at any time AdjournedtThat Is said Mr Morton Each man knows his duty and can go about it Mr Vincent walked out into the itchen und in a few minutes yeiHe stood in the open and looked over the gentlemen whoC were variously engaged Mr Pence he called Mr Pence had sunk back in his hair anti was examining a book which Sidney left on the table lie lifted his eyes over his steelrimmed glasses and gazed languidly at Mr VincentYou can come to the kitchen Mr Pence said Vincent and pare the potatoes for luncheon Whats that exclaimed the astounded millionaire Pare pota toes Me pare potatoes Absurd There was a general roar of laughh er I am on another committee exclaimed Mr Pence the committee i on exploration You now seem to be on the es ape committee said Mr Kent Take him along Vincent Mr Pence looked at Mr Rockwell nppcalingly I have nothing to do with It Mr Rockwell said unless Mr Hammond r rMAKE HIM GO AWAY PLEADED MK PUNCH urgently needs and demands your services on the exploration commit tee If not you will have to obey Mr Vincent He is general superin tendent and you voted for him and his authority Sidney said that he did not need Mr Pence at present That gen tleman arose and with a woeful cx pression followed Vincent to the kitchen A few minutes later JleI donned a white apron ami entered on his new duty lIe proved an adept anti Mr Kent looked In at a side door and regarded his work withI npprollIHe is the best man you could lIeI lect said Mr Kent addressing the general superintendent who was critically watching Mr Simon Pence He can cut the thinnest paring you ever saw The potato will weighI more when he gets through with it thap it did when lie began lIe is a wonfler You ought to see him pare go way pleaded Mr PenceBut 3Ir Kent had disappeared Mr Vincent went iji search of siore help He found Haven I shall haYCTto ask you to chop nouie wood he said Certainly said Mr Haven with surprising alacrity Where is the ax I was a dandy at chopping wood when a boy How long do you want it Inn few minutes the sugar magnate was hard at work and at the end of three hours he had accu mulated a goodly pile of wood and a ravenous appetite During the day Vincent went about his duties in a most systematic man neroIre took each member of the colony in charge and showed them the mysteries of the storeroom and kitchen anti the exact location of all foods and cookingutensils After dinner Mr Rockwell was de tailed to wash dishes und Mr Kent to wipe them It was worth a journey around the world to watch the great capitalist scrape a frying pan or a kettle and to see the deftness with which the famous speculator handled a towel on the knives and forks He was giving a pan a finish ing touch when it dropped to the floor with a crash Tin plate seems to be going down observed Mr Haven who was watching Mr Kent with much interest Yes drawled Mr Kent what do you suppose sugar is dolng in New York while you are aWay Ill bet it is not going up It began to rain during the fore noon and Sidney was compelled to postpone an expedition he had planned in which he proposed to follow the brook to its source which he calculated would be the highest point of land on the Island CHAPTER XVI AN EXPLORATION Thursday was a perfect day after the storm The air was fresh and cool from time ocean Sidney was ui at an early hour and took his ob servatlon of the time bf time sunrise It was Mr Kents turn to get break lust and lIe did himself credit In the meantime Sidney hind been pre paring for the exploration of the island He looked over the stock of guns and selected a rlenndn shot gun He found these weapons In nndIboth several times wllenI1the thicket through which the brook took its course Mr Pence had been detailed to explore the north shore of the lake and from the expression of his face he did not relish the task- le refused to take a gun und armed with a heavy club set out on what he regarded a most dangerous expedition It was low tide and tin beach was clear of water to the frowning rocks which formed the gateway to Mortons Bay For the first quarter of an hour Sidney and Mr Kent found it fairly I1rio fgllow tho course of the brookit trail hud been cut along the winding bank the preceding year but such blthe virility o t J or tLL J r 9 p r tropical vegetation that already It was wellnigh closed On both sides was a jungle so dense as to be im penetrable At the end ofan hours hard work they came to a cleared space and found where the dam had been built across a gorge between two rocks The dam wns about 12 feet in height Above was the reservoir a lake covering perhaps 20 acres of ground from which the timber had been denuded The character of the forest around this artificial lake was far different from that through which they passed It was more open Instead of the jungle of chaparral Spanish bayonets and other forms of thorny plants brush and tree time plateau on which they now stood was a noble tropical forest a veritable park with glades picturesque ravines and gen he is more like it said Sidney as they took a seat on n rock beneath the spreading branches of magnolia tree If the rest of the island is like this our task is an easy and pleasant one Their view was one to entrance n poet They were at the edge of a glade covering about 10 acres Here anti there n rock showed above tho waving grass and flowers hilt otherwise the vista was unbroken This is a superb spot said Sid ney Did you ever see such flowers and trees How tame the product of conservatories seem compared with natures work There is a bunch of roses which would be worth 100 in New York What kind ofa tree is that Sidney pointed to a mediumsized tree about 15 feet in height with broad spreading leaves Why Its a banana tree ho ex claimed in great delight And what s more it is loaded with bananas A lunge bunch of yellow and yel lowblack bananas hung from tho point where the broad leaves spread like a stalk of celery Sidney took out his knife anti cut several tram the bunch You arc sure these arc bananao arc you asked Mr Kent Dont poison yourself They certainly are said Sidney and they Ire delicious are the lirst ripe bananas I have ever tasted The stuff we get in New York is no more like this than po tatoes are like pears They pick them green months before they are ripe and ship them north to ripen in basements or in tenement houses Did you ever taste anything so de licious They are fine said Mr Kent Cut ionic more They found scores of banana trees with bunches of fruit in various stages of development They knew that life can be supported for an in definite period from the banana tree alone and while they had no Intention of remaining on the island the thought was a comforting one They returned to the brook and followed it in n northwesterly di rection Fur some time they had heard the Bound of fallingwater and soon circled a ledge of rock and had n full view of a bcautifnl cascade TIme brook leaped SO feet not from the top oft precipice but from n point fully 10 feet below tho top It came welling from a cavern and fell unbroken into a pool below There could be no mistake as to this On time crest of time rocks there wero trailing vines and ivy directly above time tunnel from which poured the waterfall There is the end of our brook said Sidney aa he studied the view before him remember now that underground rivers and brooks are common in these southern latitudes There nr K lR of them iaJNIexico and especially in Yucatan I vNLrder if I can scale riofcK rlks I kaow that I cannot said Mr Kent as he sat down on a boulder Go ahead rd I will stay here and watch you It was a hard climb but Sidney made it He stood at last directly over the waterfall Without stopping to admire the view spread out before him he plunged into the for est which sloped upward It grew thicker as he advanced Suddenly he came to a solid mass of tree and brush woven Intoa thicket so dense that no animal larger than a rabbit could penetrate it for a yard Sidney walked along the edge of this jungle for half a mile or more but his search for an opening was stopped by the fact that the vegetable barrier finally extended to the edge of the cliff The ex plorer then selected a tall logwood tree and after a hard struggle shinned up to the lower branches and climbed nearly to the top From this elevation he had a fair view of this part of the jungle but could only guess at its extent He found that it continued unbroken to the top of 1 hill fully a mile away and beyond he made out the outlines of other arid higher hills probably four or five miles away Sidney Hammond was not unfamiliar with such jungles having encountered them in the mountains of New Mexico but those northern thickets were not to be compared to the tropical mass which now con fronted him He sat in the branches of the tree for some time Suddenly ho realized it was hot and at the same moment time sound of two shots came from the Valley lIe was fear fill that his companion was in dan gcr Mr Kent had selected the shotgun hoping to shoot grouse or quaiL These birds had been seen in abundance but it hud been decided to bag none until the time came to start for camp In a few minutes Sidney was at the bottom of the cliff Mr Kent was not to be seen Sidney ran to where he hod left tIme million nttAn answering call came from D ravine to time left Sidney ran in that direction Mr Kent was stand ing under a tree with the shotgun half raised lIe was looking intently at a jagged pile of rocks a short dis tance away At his feet was a dead deerHurry up said Mr Kent us Sidney approached Do you see that felhjw on that rock over there See 1hlm 1To Be Continued Emicotmruging SlIm There is only one reason why 1 have never asked you to be my wife What is that- I have always been half afraid you might refuse Well in whisper after a long si hence 1 should think joud have curiosity enough to want to find out whether your suspicion was well founded or notlTldDils The Modern Equivalent Blueblood Have you any armor ia your hall NewnichNo but I have three football suits Puclfc V r- J i X i l l r oK iX j r 1 t 1Itc TEMPTED AND TESTED None May Escape Temptation But All May Be Victorious GUll U Fntlhfnl and Scls Iloor of Es call In Every Temptation Ser mon by the IHfcliwny naiL llyway PrracQier Copyright by J M Edson1 Chicago April 5 IMS Text There Kath no temptation taken you hut such as Is common to man ltmtm God Is faithful Who wll not suffer you to be tempted above that yo are able but will with the temptation also make u way to eape that ye may be able to hear It I Cor 1015iGod u nn er v cdI a n d discouraged by his sense oCI of loneliness fledI from Israel toI Mount llorcb with the cry onI lus lips that nil of the Lords ser vants lund been slain anti that heI alone was left Elijah was very human in this feel log 11111I experience He felt utterly undone when hu thought he stood alone The human heart craves hu man sympathy companionship mill when led assured him that there were seen thousand in israel who stood with him in their loyalty to God he was comforted Sometimes tempted and ImlVeled man feels such n sense of loneliness in his riences that ho imagines that hIIii tell apart in a world of misery all his own and ihat there arc mini who stand with him or can understand the peculiar nature of his trouble Hut Hod comes when time soul is sick and discouraged and lunging fllrI death mill whispers comfortingly Thou are not alone in thy expe rience oh soul for there hath no temptation taken you hut such as is common to man And then point lug to Ills victorious mill glorified Son lie goes on to say for ye have not nnhih priest which cannot be touched with a feeling of your inIfirmities but was in all points tempted like as ye are yet without sinIt Is true that misery likes com pUny but not misery to make its own misery more miserable limit com panionship in suffering mill tempt tion which is reassuring and helpful because it is able to point the way out The wife and children ofI Dunynns Christian found not a little encouragement and comfort in the thought that the trials and difficul ties which beset them on their jour ney to the celestial city were simi lar to thoStt through which Christian hind passed It is comforting to know that other saints have traveled over the same pathway which our feet arc treading have stumbled over tIme same hard rocky ground have met with tilt same pitfalls nd snares by the roadsido have been drawn ofT into the same bypaths of alluring sins We arc glad that in the history of the human race which God has written for our contemplation lIe has Included mans failures as well as Ji3 victories And by the way this is one of the sure evidences that God Is the author of the Bible for where man covers up and excuses God boldly tells time truth nnd points thej moral The hundred years which Noah faithfully spent In building the ark for the Lord were not suOicicnt to make God forget that mice Noah got drunk All the faithfulness nail loyalty of David tIme man after Gods own heart could not stay ihf finger of God as he recorded the tea1itu1tion time sin time evil conse quences ahrt ibm r Micntaiue of K David inSI TEl the tempted soul turn to JI Gods Word if it would dispel its sense of loneliness ia its trying experience Instead of walking in solitude it would hear time tread of other feet it would feel time presence of other tried souls it would sec that the temptation against which its feet had stumbled bore the marks of other feet it would learn that no tempta tion had overtaken it which was not common to man Yen it would learn more It would find that time print of the Saviours feet hind pressed every inch of the way of the expe riences of life and that where the stumbling rocks the pitfalls and the fill1Ingsea until the green shores of the new continent opened to his vision others were quick and bold to attempt the voyage and soon the sea was filled with the westward moving ships When Stanley penetrated the heart of Africa anti at last emerged on the other side of the continent others were ready to follow and the dark continent Is fast filling with the white mans feet as he follows the pathway blazed y11Ie intrepid ex plorer When Jesus Christ journeyed over the pathway of life which was filled with the wrecks and failures of human life He blazed a new way which avoided every pitfall of sin every bypath every stumbling block set by Satan so that 1aul could write for you and for me of Gods faithful ness null declare that God would not suffer us to be tempted above that we are nble but would with the temptation also make a way of es cape HAVING positively assured time soul it is not alone in the kind nor degree of temptation which assails it Paul goes on to speak of the faithful God Who prevents the soul from being tested beyond Its strength to hal and Who sets a door of escape at the side of every temptation which even the hand of Satan aunot clow A faithful God Faith less man God and His Son Jesus Christ alone have a right to be called faithful The saint falls heir to the title as he lives the life of victory In Christ Jesus A faithful God liar done two timings for time sinner He has put a restraining hand upon Satan so that he has been unable throughout time centuries since the tragedy In the garden when he gained the victory over man to ut desJro him and He hems made 1101t1lntsin to life in Christ Jesus A faithful God lots done two things for the saint He has placed bounds to Sa tans power over him and has fitted every temptptlon with a convenient door of escape Satan with fiendish IItioi q ctt U 1 wf 4 r r 11 hand fits into every one of the temptations the door of escape wlicmmIwas a law unto himself houses and castles were fitted with secret stairways and secret chambers and closets into which time persons whose lives were threatened might with draw and escape the enemy TIme doors of entrance to these hidden recesses were so skillfully and in geniously placed that the eye could not detect their presence without time closest numb most careful scrutiny then the door would not open un til tIme hidden spring was pressed This may serve to illustrate the truth iu regard to temptation which is presented to us In our text Tempta lion may be likened unto a beautiful palace which Satan with ready hand rears and into which he may entice the souls of the saints Satan learned long long ago how to gild his wares with tinsel and make them look like real gold he found slit away back in Kden that man would take his bitter doses of sin if tIme pellets were sugar coated And so he embellishes his temptations with an outside appear ance of beauty and wholesoiueness Hi depends altogether iipon outside nppearanres The palace of tempta tion is a plan that appears goodly to till iye mimi gives every outward token of being full of comfort and pleasure and unending satisfaction It is into this place that Satan draws tIme soul and if In can prevent that soul from looking for the door of escape and touching the spring which will open it he will trip that soul up every time It is essential then that we know that first of all every palace of trump tation into which the soul may be drawn is fitted with the door of es rape whirls will enable time tempted one to lift in safely from the terri ble piaee Anil in the next place it is Iniporlniit that we know where to look for the door mill how to touch time spring which will make it thy open to IHlm lour slipping feet Emery temptation known In Ulan has nrriinling to the plain declaration of our text its door of escape so let us consider that point settled nnd de vote our effort to learning where to look for the hidden minor mill how to touch tIme spring which controls its opening God hums so vomit rived that the door of escape shall always be on the side of hardest pressure That is the direction from whirls the Ulnptatlon presses on time soul the strongest will be found to be the exact point at which Hod has skill fully hung His little door Take for illustration of this point time temptations of Jesus in the wilderness which cover time whole possible range of human temptation from time lust of tIme flesh through tin lust of the eye to that of the pride of life fasted forty days awl forty JKSUS mill was afterward an hungered Satan suggested that in asmuch as lie was famishing for food that He test His power as the Ron of God by making the stones at ills feet bread and eating thereof And it was right at that point that Jesus found the door of escape for He re plied It is written Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word which proceedeth out of the mouth of God Again the Devil taketh Him up into tIme holy city and settcth Him on a pinnacle of the temple nnd smug gested n miraculous way of Ills pro sentingIIimsclf to time Jews us their Messiah Surely if He east Himself into their midst from time dizzy height where lt stood they would be Here on Him anti receive Him And it was at this point that the wa of was discovered for He said notqtt IreIbig high mountain and showeth Him nil the kingdoms of time world and time gbotyof them amid saith unto Him All of these will 1 give thee if thou wilt fall down and worship me And again Jesus found that Ills Father had placed the door of escape at exactly the place where tIme temp tation pressed the hardest and lie said Got thee hence Satan fQr It is written thou shall worship the Lord God and Him only shalt thou serve Time soul that is Iempted must look straight ahead in faith if he would find the door of escape Time soul that begins to waver to the right band or tfie left or who turns Ills back to flee will find himself stretched at the feet of Sntaivas he trips upon the temptation which has assailed him Is it sonic temptation which is appealing to you through the varied avenues of the lust of the flesh Times do not try to deny the fact that the senses anti appetites are appealing for gratifica tion do not try to cry them down and mid them by main force If jou do you will II IJall in aiv unguarded moment lImit face the mptation squarely aifmrt that thV flesh is crying out for gratification of its de sires und then declare that perfect rrratificalion nnd feeding can only be iuud inUmlTand the door of escape will open for you and let you into the presence of Him Who can feed you on Heavenly manna anti thrill your senses with the joxun1 sweet peace which pass understanding IT temptation through the lust Is the eye Are tiir Ihlngt of tIme 1worM its beauties its attractions so pressing rind crowding upon you for attention that you lire forgetting all else D not shut Jour eyes and try to keep out the vision Admit time beauties of you behold but bravely declare thatOod has better things than even these for you arid the di or of escape will open before you and time glories of the eternal riches in Christ Jesus will stream through into your soul Isit temptation which conies through time inawy forums of the pride fit life Ambition power influence Again face the temptation honestly The Devil being such a liar himself would like nothing better than to get you to lying about the temptation which is pressing so sorely upon you He would like to make you believe it was no temptation at all oiriy a sillytie lusion Or he would like to get you 10 lodging time main point at issue anti to have you slip around to the rear and look for the door of escape there Anti he would have you sure if you did just as he got poor Ietcr while the words of his boast that he would not deny Jesus were still warm upon rquarelJIfor world influence power wealth is luring you on if tIme temptation conies to you from that direction and then say you must not crowd God out lIe must worship God alone anil behold time door of escape wings open and the south realizes how little tli world had t6onerafterall and how worthy worjshiivaiidpraise God is 1J l IJ j 41i f Yei the door ofercape from every temptation ie found straight ahead the soul faces the temptation The spring which will make it swing wide is the migic touch of Jesus Chrlrt for lie who has been tempted in all points like as we knows how to suc cor them which are tempted comes to all ItTEMPTATIONpurpose of testing A piece of steel is tested to see how much strain it will bear H proves Its capacity for service by the amount of strain it sustains without breaking TIme Christian is tested to prove his capacity for service in the Lords work If he stands tIme pressure of the temptation he proves himself capable of a larger service If he fails It proves unfitness Temptation serves to strengthen his faith if the temptation is overcome for the try lug of his faith workcth patience and when patience hath hind her perfect work he is entire and wantcth noth ing to make his character a fullround ed and symmetrical one messed is the man that endurcth temptation for when he is tried he shall receive the crown of life which time Lord has promised to them that love Him TIme tested steel is valued according to its strength The test ed Christian is declared blessed In the estimation of God according to the degree of hit endurance anti when time testing of this life is finished he lions before his King to receive the crown of life Temptation is not sin else would not Tames admonish the brethren to count it all joy when ye fall into divers temptations and Christ would not been subjected to the wil derness experience Sin leaves its dis figuring mark only at the point where temptation has given place to the com missinn of the deed yield not to temptation for Ieldlng Is sin The testing dill not put the weak spot in the Imr of steel and cause it to break TIme testing only served to reveal time flaw and prevent that bar of steel being put into time engine and thus overling evrtain disaster and possible loss of life Time testing- If time Christian does not put the weakness into his life which causes him to yield and stain his life with sin Tin testing revealed to him the weak ness in his diameter and prevented a possible greater disaster at a later time through that weakness if it had not been discovered steel which withstnndsthetest TIll proves its capacity for service The Christian who endures temptation demonstrates his capacity for service The steel which develops the flaw un tier the testing proves its unfitness for service The Christian who yields to the temptation proves his unfitnes for service Moses when he first espoused the cause of the Hebrew slaves in Egypt proved he was not ready to become the nations deliverer vfhen he lost his temper and in impatient zeal killed time brutal Egyptian nut when he had endured tIme 40 yoars of testing in the wilderness of Midian he proved his capacity for service and was called of God to lead the people forth When ChristXvos tempted in all points like as we mire yet without ski He proved hum right to become the Saviour of the world and to succor thorn which are tempted The cross of Christ lay on the other side of the wilderness of temptation The privilege of service for every Christian lies just beond the dreary land ot temptation experiences God Ices not tempt but lIe permits teuvptation Time warning of Scripture on this point is Let no man say when he is tempted J am tempted oi God for God cannot be tempted with evil neither tcmpteth He any miami5 nod did nut tempt lob but He per mitted Satan to test Him Satan is niacie to furnish the fire which tries out Gods gold He is made to sweat in tIme service of time Almighty for every liUiw he strikes against the Christian who overcomes hardonshis muscles anti steadies his nerve to strike buck the telling blow Thehiss ing serpent on the ground that is watching a farored opportunity to strike its poison fangs into human flesh becomes the christening rod of righteousness in the overcoming hand of man It certainly i renssurinp and a great comfort to Christian hearts to know that Satan is a chained lion after all and that wihile he may reach them with his claws and wound them sore as they travel in forbidden paths of sin where his chain admits of his roaming still lIe cannot crush the life out and devour utterly I say this knowledge is reassuring and comfort- Ing but the Christian who would wantonly presume on this knowledge to- go to unlimited lengths in sin would give tIme unmistakable evidences of being among the Jmlases who never really belonged to the Lord Oh our faithful God who will not suffer us to be tempted above that we are able to bear Obf our allwise God who has set a door of escape in every temp tation which may assail the soul of man Counsel for the Sorrowing If you sustained some great sorrow occasioned by death turn away as early as possible from the shadows of your grief to brighter scenes and some of the lighter diver sions of life Do not brood too much over the inevitable br what is liable to be redoubled pcrclince in some harsher form in time future If we are fated to relinquish the hifids of loved ones at the side of the grave we can not lift them around us again by pit ter tears rather let us pray for their eternal rest and turn to those whose arms still encircle us jn life and henceforth mutually strive to soften each others heartaches If changes of fortune or continuous hard labor and poverty fall to our lot let us try and borrow a little of tIme sunsliim from the joys of others and cultivaU u svnse of gratitude for the blessingi of health or humility with which vn may be compensatingly endowe Grieving destroys the Christian spirt and does not lessen our misfortuns nor better tour human conditions ii nil trials therefore direct the mud to cheerful thought nnd employ tie passing moments in healthful pir suits Annie M Toohey in Christen Work Not Quite Ready Yet I understand that you said wjcn you got married you would take oit a thecajerWhatrepresent asked the man just tar ned Accident insurance sir Oh well I dont think I need it ily wife is not to do the cooking justfet Yonkers Statesman Aaked luul Answered Why rushed the youth froiiLud low is n wjfc called the bette alfV Because replied the Ciurmins vilie Sage mhit tiMiallyigets the lest of the other half Cincinnati Enquirer i iA 0 7 e m 0 THE IMPRESSIONS OF A WOMAN Vtuit a jyoitnin Says About AVestera Canada Although many men have written to this paper regarding the prospects of Western Canada and its great possibilities it may not be uninterest ing to give the experience of a wom an settler written to Mr M V Mc Innes the agent of the Government at Detroit Mich If the reader wishes to get further information regarding Western Canada it may be obtained by writing any of the agents of the Government whose name is attached to the advertisement appearing elsewhere in this paper Time following is the letter referred to Hilldown Alberta Feby 5 1303 Dear Sir I have been here now nearly five years and thought I would write you a womans impression of West ern Canadain Alberta There are several ranchers in this district who in addition to taking care of their cattle carryon funning as well Their herds of cattle number from 100 to 200 or 300 heads and live out all winter without any shelter than the poplar bluffs and they come In in the spring in good order Most of the ranchers feed their cattle part of the time about this time of time year but I have seen the finost fat cattle I ever saw that never got a peci of grain only fattened on the grass You see I have learned to talk farm since I came here farming is the great business here I know several in this district who never worked a lay on time farm till they came here and have done well and are getting well off I think this will be time garden of time Northwest some day anti that day not very far distant There has been a great change since we come here and there will be a greater change in time next five years The winters are all anyone could wish for We have very little snow and the climate is fine and healthy Last summer was wet but riot to an ex tent to damage crops which were a large average yield and tIme hay was immense and farmers wore a broad smile accordingly We have good schools the Govern ment pays 70 per cent of the ex pense of education Which itt a great boon in a new country Of course churches of different denominations follow the settlements Summer pie nics and winter concerts are all well attended and as much or more en joyed as in the East Who would not prefer the pure air of this climate with its broad acres of fine farms its rippling streams its beautiful lakes Its millions of wild flowers its groves of wild fruit of exquisite flavor its streams and lakes teem ing with fish and its prairies and bluffs with game to time crowded and stiff state of society in the East I would like to go home for a visit sometime but not to go there to live even If presented with time best turin in Michigan lleautiful Alberta I will never leave it And my verdict is only a repetition of all who have settled in this country This year I believe will add many thousands to our population And if the young men and old men also knew lion easy they could make a home free of all incumbrance in this country thousands more would have settled here I wpuld sooner have ICO acres here than any farm where I came from in Michigan but the people ini the East ore coming to a knowledge of this country and as they do they will come West in thousands All winter people have been arriving in Alberta and I suppose in other parts ns well which is unusual so we ex pect a great rush when the weather gets warmer We have no coal famine here coal can be bought in time towns for 3 to 1accorlng to distance from thc mines and ninny haul their own eCd from the mines getting it th r vf 50 cents to a dollar a ton Very truly yours Signed MXS John McLachlan Economy Not Oddity Friend Why do you wear those fearfully ohd fashioned collar Winkrt a man ofaffaursflecamne when the washerwoman sends them to anybody clue they always return them Stray Sto rice THE FAST TRAISS TO CHICAGO xew York CemmtrslsExpriui Servir Added To PaengeuAgenting yesterday of time fast train lervice said that in addition to the new twentyhour train there are now four twen tyfourhour trains to Chicago andtwo Em pine Stile expresses daily tiventyhour243 P M and arrives at the aext nomine at 945 TIme Lake Shore Limited bayes New York at i3Oevery afternoon arriving in Chicago next afternoon at twentyfoursbumvery day reaching Chicago the next morn tip at 750 by both the Lake Shore and the Chicagolimitediig Chicago by the Lake Shore the next norning at 1150 a twentyfourhour train really twentythree hours and fifty minutes tIme Detroit and Chicago Limited leaves yew York at 4 P M reaching Chicago the s it afternoon a fourth twentyfourhour fain From Time New York Times Note The New York Central also hoe ButMofjreen New York and St Louis anti Cincin andyontrealtivinion 4 trains a day between New York nd Boston via Springfield Eleventh Hour Resolutions ire badinvestigate the chances in thereat Southwest at once Write for out Entertaining books and a copy of Fanning in the Southwest free Low rate excur alone on the first and third Tuesdays of each month Ask about the rates Address LuiiMoA Report Friend Find much progress in the south inGeorgiacoming crackerjack Judge Stops the Cough BromoQunmne stouterhavephia Evening Bulletin Three trains a day Chicago to Califor ChicagoUnion thArabiana fish in his moat hWjihis ChicagotoNorthWestern Line A man must become wise at his own ex pense Montaigne CoredBookEvery one desires to live long but uu one be oidSwift iigltandSilence sometimes tht severest critici m Uuxtcti reircshirgltuiS 7 4 2 tr tr lb 1i t j A Formers Good Story fr Sulllvanplace tells a personal experience to sho fthat there is sonic genuineness and harm est worth to be met vita in this age in which tz to teYeVltheuminatinmused a good deal of stall that claimed to be remedies fur these diseases only to find s them worthk But as you know I did find the genuine remedy after all arid I lund not been Dodds Kidney 1ills very long before I knew that they were an honest remedy thmat would rlo all and more than was for them They cured me made a well mau of me and I am now as sound ar I ever wa Ian testify that Dodd Kindey Pills andKidneyOne timing is clear to me that no indul graCe of pation destroys the spiritual na v ture much as respectable eelfishnesa George MacDonald v i 5 Shake Into Tour Shoo v Allen a FootEase It curespainful swollen smarting sweating feet Slakes new shoes y 4DontAddress A S Qlmsted Le Roy N Y J Whoever are least disturbed in mind try calamities and in act struggle against them these are the bet men in states and in pri Yale life Epictetus Pisos Cure for Consumption is an infalli ble medicine for coughs and coidsN W Samuel Ocean Grove N J Feb 17 1900 The essence of knowledge is having it t apply it not flaring it to confess iLonfuciiu j BACKACHE IJ ill Backache is a forerunner and ono of the most common symp turns of kidney trouble and womb displacement READ MISS BOLLMANS EXPERIENCE 0 Some time ago I was in a very weak condition my work made me nervous and my back ached frIghtfiily all the time and I had terrible bead aches My mother got a bottle of Lydia U Pinklmms Vegetable Corn pound for me and it seemed to strengthen my hack and help me at once and I did not get so tired as before I continued to take it and it brought health and strength to me anti I want to thank you for the good it has lone rneMiss KITE lioixMAJf 142nd St Wales Ave New York City SSOOO forfeit Ifarlglnaltf f aboce letter proving genuineness cannot Lydia 33 PinklianisVegctabloCCompound cures because it Is the greatest known remedy for f kidney and womb troubles Every woman who is puzzled about her condition should write L to Mrs Plnkliarn at Lynn Mass and tell her all ABSOLUTE i SECURITY j Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature of See FacSlmllo Wrapper Below I Va7 wall tA M easy I I I tottkeaaregarIFOR HEADACHE I I UOFOR DUINEU 1TTUC roB BILIOUSNESS I VER FOR TORPID 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verdict was read in at 912 oclock The closing 1scenes of the trial were one sensation Zarter another in that the culprit fell 1 into a trap that had been laid for him dffq by the prosecution and ho was prac U tically convicted on his own testi t mony While the Jury was deliberating the 4 prisoner sat in the courtroom with his and some Intimate friends With he talked anti laughed incessant as If enjoying the situation When 1Onverdict was read a smile crossed face and when told by his counsel to worry as they would 10 all could to save him he replied laughingly and in a tone of voice loud enough to be heard all over tho court 1 room That verdict dont worry me I am an innocent man and you can bet 1 Ill sleep as sound tonight as any of 4youwill COLLAPSEDiTwo N groes Killed Two Seriously 4and Others Slightly Hurt r If raulsvlllc Ky April ITwo Ne groes were killed two seriously hurt and nine slightly Injured by falling in a brick tenement house at 1wallJLafayette street Thursday morn f collapse caught the inmatca f asleep In their beds John Vaughn f tcolored was the first to reach the I Fannie Taylor one of the t dead women was found moaning for l f help When Vaughn with the assist t ance of Columbus Ferguson made their way to her she hegg pltconMy that her old mother be helped first foundLwas one- taken out As the old woman was lift ed through a window the daughter raised herself sufficiently to say a y word of thanks to the rescuers anal 4fell back dead II I Shot and Killed His Employe Mlddlesboro Kj April cJohn t9Jones master mechanic at the iron furnaces of the Virginia Iron Coal and Coke Co shot and Instantly killed Cal IcIa Pettlcdrn one of his employes Jones according to best reports was histf j Is under arrest Wounded While Trying to Escape Fort Thomas Ky April 3Harry Pulver 24 a general prisoner at Ft Thomas serving a sentence of byears at hard labor for theft twoI f L former private In Company B infantry was shot and fatally wound ed Thursday afternoon about 4 oclock while trying to effect his escape The Paris Public Library Paris Ky April 3The committee 1appointed by the city to inspect plans and specifications for the now Car ncgle public library baa acepted the plans of E Stamler a local architect The proposed building will be of presscd brick and stone trimmings I Two Men Arrested rampton Ky April JSl1 r Stamper Ifas arrested Clay Rose a1 CharKs McCormick two of the partlct pant in the shooting at Lee City There is little hope of the recovery of Nick Strickland who It Is alleged v was stabbed by McCormick Sentenced to Life Terms v JTupldnsville Ky April cSpecial Judge Reeves overruled a motion for new trial in the case of Francis Drake I and John Woodruff miners convicted Coffeyoand to terms In me penitentiary The ease will be taken to th court of appeals Claims Covlngton as His Home Toledo 0 April 3The police be- lieveg they made an important capture in the arrest of William Hunt cCl ored aged 36 years claiming to hail from Covlngton Ky The police found I in his room a big trunk filled with IC silksTP4L Suddenly Became Insane ri Lexington Ky AprUtM O Stamper a prominent lumber man of Lawton Ky came here to attend to some business and became Violently Insane and Is in a deplorable condi tion The attack was sudden and physicians are unable to account for It ChecktPierce Rog 4 ters about 30 years old attempted to I have cashed at the Batik of Columbia a forged check for 75 The name I signed to the check was that of J R iTutL a prominent merchant of Mill I town Rogers was arrested Sues For 15000 Damages Paducah Ky April 4John Castlea man filed a suit In the circuit court against J WV Little a spoke manufac turer ror 15000 damages aa the re smt 0 losing three fingers In nn al leged defective spoke machine Testator Too Yo ngIb Newport Ky April3yIhe will oft W pro InthecountYCOuXThurSdaybate but f It being shown thatjitie testator not i being of age was to draw a will the court refused to probate the document Death of Reuben Moreland Greensboro Ky April 4Reuben Moreland one of the oldest and best V f known citizens of the county died in this city He was born In Bath county In 1826 but bad lived in Davless cOlin lty for nearly 30 years t Had No Insurance FratikllnKy April 2JohnJIe gulers stock barn was destroyed by i tire Two mules one mare three cowsv seven hogs 40 barrels of corn some bay and oats and a wagon and l 1Eurrey were consumed The loss was 1500 He had no insurance Hart Awarded the Decision Louisville Ky April 3Maryin Hart of this city was awarded the decision over Jack Bohner of Summit H Hiji Va byiReferee Ctorge Silr a f In the fourth round ft a UIII toijpd cpjjteit Thursday night 5 i s s t 4e I p s A NEW COURTHOUSE The Contract Price Was Less Than Was Authorized Russcllville Ky April tThe con tract for the new courthouse was Wed ncsday finally let to Robert P Man Icy of Atlanta Ga at 38000 The court had authorized 40500 The con tractor by bond guarantees that tho house will be completed by January 1504 Tho new structure is to be of Logan county stone heated with steam lighted with electricity and is to be perfectly fireproof There will be an office for each county official In eluding spacious vaults for the rec mdLPThe old courthouse was sold at auc tion to Contractor Manley for 220 Mr Manley agreeing to remove It before April 20 Work will begin Satur tIny on the new building NO TRACES OF ARSENIC Mercury However Was Found in the Alleged Poisoning Case Lexington Kr April IAn incomplete analysis of the stomach of Mrs Wilson who died from the effects ot poison in Olive Hill Ky and which was made Friday by Prof M A Sco vllle of the Kentucky state college has failed to reveal the slightsct trace of arsenic Small quantities of mercury have been found but the analysis does not show whether this was administered at one time or In intermittent doses Further tests will be applied Dr J W Strother of Olive Hill who brought the stomach here Thursday suggested that the traces of mer cury found might have come from taking doses of calomel A LIVELY ENCOUNTER An Officer and Prisoner Wounded With a Knife and Pistol Owensboro Ky April 4News haf Just reached the city of a fight between an officer and his prisoner at HorsE Branch Marshal Alford had arrested Levi Allen who was drunk and wai taking him to jail The prisoner drew a knife and stabbed the marshal IE tho breast When Alford found thai he was wounded he pushed Allen from him and fired two shops at him Oft took effect in the neck and tne othei in the abdomen Allen fell to tin ground and was carried to a nearbj house The wounds were pronounced dangerous by the physician THROUGH MAIDEN LANE Heard Protest Against the Ohio Valley Traction Co Louisville Ky April 3The rail road committee of the board of aldermen heard arguments Thursday afternoon on a protest against allowing the Ohio Valley Traction Co to enter Lou Isville via Maiden lane It Is proposed to connect Louisville with Cincinnati and Covington by a trolley line Al bert S Berry of Newportone of the chief promoters appeared before the committee The committee decided tc meet the engineer of the traction company to effect an agreement Suit Against Water Company Lonisville Ky April 2 Twenty four insurance companies filed suit against the Louisville Water Co foi amounts aggregating 91000 alleged Ito be due cause of the failure of the company i properly sUPi lri1ie fir depart me with water thus resulting In disastrous fires which could other wise have been averted Deathof Charles Rensford Covlngton Ky April 3 Charlci Rensford a former wellknown resi dent of Covlngton died Thursday ai his late residence 1621 Dudley street Cincinnati Mr Rensford was fur many years chief engineer of the COy ington water works but at the time of his death had charge of tim Hunt street pumping station of the Cincin nati water works A Small Tornado Louisville Ky April cA wind storm which prevailed In this vIcinIty Friday afternoon developed the pro portions of a small tornado in the northwestern portion of Floyd county Indiana just across the Ohio river Several barns were blown down and some fences and outhouses destroyed but no one was Injured Two Years In the Penitentiary Lexington Ky April 4George Martin white aged 25 was convicted of stealing a diamond ring from A F Hartlng in circuit court and was sentenced to two years in the peniten tiary To Settle An OldGrudge Louisville Ky April 3V E Gat lln formerly in business here shot and killed Cabcll Beverly a well known citizen of Henderson In tho latter city Thursday morning An old grudge was responsible for the trag edy Receiver Appointed Scottsville Ky AprIl3At the In stance of Walter Bright a member of the mercantile firm of Ham Co Judge B W Bradburn appointed W H Meng receiver Liabilities are glv en at 11000 with assets ot500 BankruptOwensboro Davis Humble a merchant ot Hopklnsvllle filed a petition In bankruptcy Wednes day His liabilities are 144479 and assets 950 His creditors are Cincin nati Louisville Evansville and Nash yule merchants Severely Burned By Acid Owensboro Ky April 2Whl1e as sisting in moving the household ct fects of John Cooney James Wills ac cldentally knocked a bottle if carbolic acid off a mantel and was severely burned about the face- Rev Joseph Rand Dead Lexington Ky April 2Rev Jo scph Rand died at his home here aged 80 years He was four years presiding elder of the Methodist church for this district and was probably the oldest man In the service of the church In tbe state Beat Him to Death Vanceburg Ky AprIl2Floyd Sly a sawmill owner aid Willie Shope a teamster of Klnnlconnlck creek rnaireled and fought wit innlron lioker and wagon iever Both receive if terrific atlneSbope died i s A dS lof1 11rJ j ENDED HER EXISTENCE Granddaughter of Bishop Ames Committed Suicide She Was the Daughter of Capt Edwin Ames of the United States Army and the Divorced Wife of An Indiana Man New York April GIrs Louise Ames Van Welk shot and killed herself In the Hotel Washington in Jersey City Sunday She was 37 years old a blonde and goodlooking She arrived in Jersey City on Friday and went to the Hotel Washington She seemed in good spirito and was well supplied with money nnd numer OilS packages arrived at the desk from New York stores for her She was last seen alive Saturday evening by one of the maids of the hotel Mrs Van Welk wore a dressing gown which was open at the throat Apparently while sitting in front of the mirror In her room she had placed a revolver against her breast over tho heart and outside her undergarment anti fired The revolver containing four loaded shells and the empty was found beside her Several bundles of letters were found addressed to Mrs L E Wol bauer care of Mrs Ivase 1250 McCul lough street Baltimore anti to Mr Edward W Wolfbauer 1017 Fifteenth street Northwest Washington D C All these were signed by Edward W Wolfbauer and addressed the recipient as wife The most recently dated was In 1901 and most of the letters were written from various places In Cuba The signatures to these letters anti from the signature to the womans will which was found among the letters It is supposed that Mr Wolfbauer died and that she remarried her second husband being Van Welk The will was dated Sioux Falls March 2 1903 This document leaves all the wardrobe of the testatrix to Mrs Mary Garland Washington D C To the daughter of the testatrix was left the houses and lots at 1853 and 1855 Seventh street Northwest Wash ington In case of the death of the daughter before the provisions of the will are carried out all the share of the daughter whose name is Dorothy is to go to William J Hess of Wash Ington An Insurance policy on the life of the testatrix made out in favor of Otto B Van Weik for 1500 is willed to the daughter Mr Royston and Mr Townsend the men to whom registered packages were mailed are named as executors of the willBaltimore AprIlCIrs Louise Ames Weik was the daughter of Capt Edwin Ames of the United States Army Fourteen years ago she was married here to Otto B Welk of In diana Three years since they were divorced in Washington After the divorce proceedings Mrs Wdk place the prefix Van to the surname o- Cher former husband Her friends In this city were very reticent Sunday night but it is understood that the body of the young woman will be brought here for burial Washington April GIrs Van Welk was divorced from her first hus band and about three years ago she was married to Edward Wolfbauer a New Yorker It Is said that recently she took up her residence in Dakota with a view to obtaining a divorce from him also Mrs Van Welk had engaged quarters here for the racing seasonGreencastle lad April 6Mary Ames Weik who committed suicide at Jersey City Sunday was a Rranl daughter of Illshop Ames of the UiCiiTt Episcopal c ii3 h tr prosil nt of DePauw university Stio was graduated from DePau with the class of 88 and was prominent in In diana society and college Greek letter society circles Fourteen years ago she married Otto Welk then a student at DePauw and several years later she received a divorce and marI ned Wolfbauer Otto Welk Is now a resident of St Louis ANOTHER LEVEE BROKE Part of ExGov Warmouths Magnolia Plantation Flooded New Orleans April GThe levee broke Sunday morning at the upper line of exGor Warmouths Magnolia plantation on the west side pf the river and about 60 miles below this city As the river bank at that point Is very steep the break will have to be closed from the Inside The Grand Isle railroad refuses freight or passengers for points below Magnolia Died From Knife Wounds Knoxville Tenn April Edward S Armstrong a prominent man of Hawkins county Tennessee died Sun day morning as the result of a knife wound Inflicted Saturday afternoon by George Feathers Both men lia at Eurgcrnsvllle Shot a Motorman Chicago April 6 Because he tried to force his car through a parade that was blocking traffic in Halstead street Sunday night Motorman Zoran was shot and seriously Injured by one of the marchers A riot followed Several persons were hurt Opposition to tho Canal Treaty Kingston Jamaica April GThe steamer Acrato which arrived here from Colon and Cartagena brings the report that certain opposition is developing to the Panuma canal treaty In almost every part of Colombia Thrown Into a Creek Bloomington April GJesse Cooper was drowned her brother Thomas 8 was probably fatally In jucd and three other children were severely burt by the overturning of a buggy from a bridge into a creek near McLean Judge Killed Himself Troy NY April GThe body of Henry T Nason judge of Renssalaer county who had been missing since Monday has been found in a field south of Albany Indications were that he bad taken his own life Killed By the Marshal Olathe Kan April GCity Marshal- S P Howland of Gardner during a fight lasting half an hour shot and killed Bud Brlggs who with two com panlons was trying to secure the re lease of Estelle Briggs a brother whom the officer bad arrested To Gather Evidence St Louis April 6Attorney Gene Crow and Circuit Attorney Folk held a long conference Sunday regard Ing the gathering of evidence for time Investigation of alleged legislative bu llin t i THE ASIATIC SQUADRON t Will Be Increased By Vessels That Are on the Way Washington April GThe United States naval representation in tho Orient will be Increased materially aa soon as the vessels now under orders to proceed to those waters arrive there The navy department In mak ing this Increase contemplates squadrons In Asiatic and Philippine waters under three general heads viz yes sels of the line of battle made up of the battleships Kentucky Oregon and Wisconsin and the monitors Monterey and Monadnock all of which are now there except tho Wisconsin which sails from Puget sound about May second the cruisers squadron made up of the New Orleans which is already on the Asiatic station and tho Raleigh now In the Caribbean sea and the Albany anti the Cincinnati and the third squadron made up of gunboats and small craft designed especially for service In the smaller bodies of water where the larger ships because of their draft are unable to go The idea of the three squadron formation Is a favorite one with many navel officers who to some extent have arranged Its counterpart with the vessels of the Atlantic fleet It Is said hero that the change in the character of the Asiatic squadron Is line primarily to what naval experts consider the proper division of our navy and was decided on some time ago It also is felt to be a good pro cautionary measure to have a strong representation In the far cast ready for service should the occasion unex pectedly arise Peking April CTe report reedy ed here that the action of tile United States In increasing her Asiatic squad ron is on account of Alarming reports on the situation in China ex cites surprise In Peking Such reports were not sgnt by the United States or British legations which possess good facilities for judging the situation in China The only disturbances consid ered serious are those in the Kwang SI province the southern province of China bordering Tonkin where 100 000 rebels are said to be under arms which were never directed against for eigners The latest reports regard ing Gen Tung Fuh Slang the Boxer leader and Prince Tuan the exiled antiforeigner who are at the head of the Insurgent forces In the north western province of Kansu are reas suring The government claims to have come to an understanding with them whereby they agree to refrain from hostilities It is believed that the government is supplying them with funds on condition that they remain quiet The officials promise the foreign ministers that the Indemnity bonds will soon be signed The officials ap parently have concluded that It will be impossible to obtain any conces slons in the terms of the Indemnity until that formality is fulfilled The United States consul at Canton telegraphs that the famine in the Kwangsi province resulting from the rebellion there Is serious Thousands will die unless assistance is forthcom ing He recommends that relief funds be started abroad THE BATTLESHIP SQUADRON The Enlisted Men Will Be Given a Net Leave of Ten Days Washington April GThe enlisted men of the ships of the battleship squadron arc to be given a net leave of ten days when the vessels are dock ed for repairs in about a month and a half This squadron Is made up lof tho Kearsarge Alabama Illinois Mas Imensimi ieav v rjrn the vessels of fh squadron reach the mouth ot Ches v jke bay from the south where they Have been during tjie winter they are w be reviewed by Adm Dewey and Rr Adm Taylor the chief of the bureau of navigation after which most of them will proceed to the Northern navy yards for docking and repairs THEIR OUTING ENDED Mrs Roosevelt and Her Children Re turn to Washington Washington April GMrs Roosevelt and her children who have been on a cruise on the Mayflower down the Potomac river and Chesapeake bay returned to Washington Sunday afternoon A carriage from the white house met the party at the boat and they were driven to the white house All the family are well and greatly benefitted by the weeks outing Miss Alice Roosevelt returned to Washington Sunday night from her visit to Gov Hunts family in Porto UIco McGovern and Yanger Matched Chicago April GTerry McGovern of Brooklyn and Denny Yanger of Chicago were matched here Sunday night the fight to take place sometime between May 15 and Juno 1 before the club offering fhe best inducements Congressman Ketchams Condition GRepresentitlvewho has been ill for some time was taken to New York city Sunday Though somewhat improved the patient showed the effects c4his sick jess and was very weak Purchased a Silver Statuette Copenhagen April Gpurlng his stay here Emperor William purchased a largo silver statuette fa Danish sailor and will place it oh board his yacht as a reminder of the nation whom he held in the warmest regard The Plague Stamped Out Mazatlan Mex April Everydaj adds to the pleasant assurance that the plague has In reality been starriped out There have been no deaths here from the plague in three days and but one serious case regains in the hos pital Cardinal Gibbons Much Improved Baltimore April 6 CirrJInal Gib bons who had been confined to his room with a severe cold several Jays was so much Impro4ed Sunday that he was physically able to deliver Ms usual ermonat the cathedral King Edwards Visit Lisbon April 4King Edward and King Carlos accompanied by their suites and with an escort of cavalry Friday visited CIntra the summer rest dence of the queen dowager and other points of Interest in the neighborhood of the capital Were Secretly Married Kansas City Mo April Ephralm B Cockrell a son of Senator Cockrell and Miss Hazel Hogan of St Louis were secretly rarried In St Louis early Saturday morning after which they left for Kansas City 1 n MPRESIDENTS TnIP Will Lat From April 1 to June 5 Nine Weeks nUll Three Days During That Time the Presidential Party Will Travel About 14000 MilesA Description of the Palatial Train Washington April tThe special train on which the president left Wed nesday morning for his western trip Is one of the finest that ever ran out of Washington It has been specially decorated and equipped for the trip It consists of six cars manned by a picked crew with Conductor Wil liam H Johnson who has been with the president on many trips In charge Spencer Murray will be In charge of the presidents car which will be the private car Elysian It has a parlor and observation compartment threo state sleeping rooms a dining room two sleeper sections a kitchen antI sleeping sections for servants Tho other cars of the train will be tho Texas a compartment sleeper th Senegal a section sleeper the St James a diner the Atlantic a corn bination buffet and baggage ear and a regular baggage car PHtsburg Pa April 2 President Roosevelt viewed the scenery around the famous horseshoe curve Wednes day afternoon from a seat In tho cab- ot a locomotive attached to his special train and after a ride of about 50 miles expressed himself as delighted with the experience Chicago April 3 President Roos veiLs 6Bday tour tiC the west began In earnest here Thursday when In stepped from the Pennsylvania spe cial at 845 oclock and was received by Mayor Harrison and a special re ception committee The program prepared for the presidents 15hour star in this city was repeated to him by Charles S Deneen chairman of the reception committee The program was for an immediate run to Evans ton 17 miles to the northward and a brief address there to the students of the Northwestern university luncheon At 12SO at the Auditorium annex a trip In the afternoon to the University of Chicago where the president re ceived the degree of LL D a banquet at 630 at the Auditorium he being the guest of 110 citizens and a meet- Ing In the evening at which the presi dent delivered one of the most signifi cant tddrcsscs of his tour on The Monroe doctrine Milwaukee Win April 4 President Roosevelt Friday visited the soldiers home After leaving the Institution he was driven to the exposition build ing where the president was welcomed on behalf of the city Ten thousand people greeted the chief magistrate Next the presidential party was driven to the Deutscher club where a reception was tendered Later thoy went to the Milwaukee Press club where a half hour was spent During the presidents stay he Inscribed Ma autograph in chalk on one of the pan cis of the wainscotting where ate in scribed the names of many other not ed men On this occasion too tho president was presented with a beau tiful certificate of honorary member ship In the Milwaukee Press club President Roosevelt Friday night was the guest of the Milwaukee Mer chants and Manufacturers associa tion at a banquet at the Planklnton Chouse Sioux Falls S D April GPresl dent Roosevelt was time guest of Sioux Falls Sunday and remained so until Monday morning His special tral r ie4Snniz morning lind he was mt by a delegation headed by Mayor G W Burnsle and State Senator A H Stites Senator Kittrcdgtt also greeted him The president was escorted to the Cataract house by detachments of two militia companies and enjoyed a day of comparative rest He attended church in the morning and in the evening During tne after noon he went for a horseback ride accompanied by Seth Bullock supetin tendent of the Black Hills Forest re servesA tried to work among the persons gathered In front of the Lutheran church Sunday morning Just as the president was about to enter the edifice a man who gave the name of G W Earl abstracted 23 from the pocket of A Dockstader Earl was detected but before he could be seized he handed the money to a con fderate who disappeared Earl was arestedSan Francisco April 6In the Yosemite valley Pres lent Roosevelt will be given a salute by a battery of dynamite cartridges The walls of the alley are 3000 feet high and the report of a toy pistol within them rever berates like a series of volleys by heavy artllery An enormous bonfire will be built on the overhanging rod of Glacier Point The great mass of fiTe will be thrown over the side of the projecting rocks to the bottom ol the valley 3000 feet below Business Failures New York April 4 Business fail urea in the United States for the week ending April 2 number 145 against 175 last week 17G In the like week of 1902 188 In 100 In Canada failures for the week number 18 against 16 last week and IS in this week a year ago The Sentence Approved Washington April 4The president has approved the sentence of court martial dismissing from the army Sec ond Lieut Betan Smith 17th Infantry for Incurring a debt and failing to pay according to promise Emperor William In Copenhagen Copenhagen April 4The German emperor Friday visited the museum of northern antiquities and In the or cnlng dined with King Christian The emperor afterwards attended a party given at the residence of the crown prince of Denmark Regained the Championship Buffalo N Y April 4Jenklns of Cleveland regained the wrestling championship Friday night by defeat Ing Qin McLeod In two straight falls Time hour 17 minutes and 14 minutes and 30 seconds To Retire From Active Business New York April 4Reports on high authority have been current for several days that Wm C Whitney following out his announced plan of retiring from active business hail some time ago disposed of his entlra holdings of Metropolitan stock Plumbers Strike Settled Bffalo N Y April 4Friday aft ernoon the plumbers signed an agree nient covering the next three years anti Saturday 1000 men who have been on strike for three days returned to work a jd q t HOW A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN ESCAPED SPRING GATARRH BY USE OF PERUNA Nothing Robs One of Strength iiSpring 3IISS HELEN WHIT3IAX i SS SIUISI IIISS SSS5I SIS5S P55IS5 5 Miss Helen Whitman SOSJi Grand avenue Milwaukee Wis writes There Is nothing like Peruna for that tired feeling which gives you no ambition for work or play After a prolonged illness about a year ago I felt unable to regain my health but four bottles of Pee runa made a wonderful change and restored me to perfect health As long as you keep your blood in good condition you are all right and Peruna seems to fill the veins with pure healthful blood 1 thoroughly endorse it MISS HELEN WHITMAN Have you got nerves Well you ought to have nerves But they ought to be strong nerves good nerves Docs your hand tremble 7 You arc living too fast Docs your heart flutter at times You had better call a halt Americans live too fast They crowd tod much into a single have too little loi sure The hospitals and insane asylums are tilling up The pastoral sc ncs of yore arc becoming rare Its time that we quit this sort of business MARKET REPORT Cincinnati April 4 CATTLE Common 3 25 4 15 Butcher steers 4 65 S 4 75 CALVES Extra 6 75 HOGS Ch packers 7 25 7 40 Mixed packers 6 SO g 7 25 SHEEP Extra 6 00 6 25 1AMBS Spring 50 t 7 50 FLOUR Spring pat 3 90 J 4 20 WHEAT No 2 red 75Y 76 CORNNo2 mixed 41 OATSNo2 mixed 4j o RyENo2 j 55k HAYCh timothy 18 50 PORK Clear family 0 1J 85 371BUTTERChChoice creamery 0 APPLES Fancy 250 3 00 POTATOES Per bbl 75 O 1 SO TpnACO New 800 fj l4 00 Old 600 17 50 Cricago FIX3UR Winter pat 3 40 3 WHEAT No 2 red 72t 73 No 2 spring 70 ftf il CORNNo2 mixed g OATSNo2 mixed u3 RyENo2 jii 4J PORKMess 17 70 17 75 LARDSteam 9 879 95 New York FLOURWin sfrta 3 50 3 05 WHEATNo 2 red 7Hi CORNNo 2 mixed tf 5- 1OATSNo2 mixed 41 RYEWestern fc PORKFamily ft 19 50 LARDSteam 10 35 Baltimore WHEATNo red 78y 7Si CORNNo2 mixed 4SlJ 487 OATSNo2 white 42 4 43 CATTLE Butchers 3 40 5 15 HOGS Western 8 00i 8 05 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red ti 75 CORNNo2 mixed S 4- 6OATSNo2 mixed 37 PORKMess 18 00 LARDSteam IffOO Indianapolis 12CORNNo2OATSNo 2 mixed 33 Datas Kidney Pills leaped the people lo the secure tree has builded the greatest fame largest sale any the 0Ihad such severe In umIpiesults I sent to they cured meStnin E COTTRELL Cur tice 0 FAtMourn suffered over months with In the small of my back Medicines and plasters gave temporary relief Doans 1ills cured 8 BROWS Falmouth Va HAVES CONS months ago 1 sampleboxmuch J purchased two boxes am on my sec ond box My does not me as It used to and I feel wellSARAU R BRADLEY No 3H Elm West Conn HOCSTOS TExI took the sample of Deans Kidney Pills with such I bought a box at our druggists Used over wblchbeforeso tree I bad medicine enough I had lumbago and the pills rid me of IL should have written sooner but you know how soon a well forgets about being etckMr C H No 2319 McKenny Ave Houston TeiWEWANT YOUR TRADE buyof us at and save money Our 1000page catalogue tells the story We will send it upon cceipt of 15 cents neighbors trade with uswhy not you CHICAGO The house that tills the truth f 4fft itists tLsf 5e3t Cougb Syrap Tanes ood Vie In tme 5 drutt i b Jf L- J How to Get Strong Nerves First repair the injury already done to your nerves The way to do this is to do exactly as lid Mattie n Sec retary of Legion of Loyal Women Hotel Boston Mass She said in a recent letter suffered for over a ear with general weakness and debility manifested in severe headache and backache I four bottles of na and for two months have been en tirely free from these maladies pEN1PA- 1NANuISfl 1DI li tBDom- AMINNGII ANGEL THOU O 1 b101 ftr1 1t lrJfj SOLD EnRYJYHw CLOSE TO THE PEOPLE hue into Public favor because can write tilted makers and a trial Thus been and known to Kidney medicine in world another VLI twelve rain only meF WEST Eight bother Street Haven person whole Your usist Curtis Salem took Peru Aching backs axe cased Hip back and loin pains overcome Swelling of the limbs and dropsy signs vanish They correct urine brick dust sedi meat high colored pain in passing drib bling frequency bed weltIng Doans Kidney Pills remove calculi and gravel Relieve heart palpitation sleeplessness headache nervousness dizziness FREE GRAND FOR SPRING KIDNEY ILLS T FosTiitMturax Co Buffalo N Y chargetrialame- postomco State Cut ont coupon on dotted lines and mall etrMlibum Co Buffalo Medical Advice FreeStrictly Confidential ITO HOMESEEKERS- I ft fit DIlh productlTeiollscanbese I on the FARMS nooga k St zouli Railway in TennetICeKntuck Alabania I Georgia PRICES ReASONABLE climate healthful aever very cold or very hot MIImarketable crops and bring I price than in the North Rainfall and well distributed oUpleI N CORRESPONDENCE with Real Agents In the North Invited For pamphlets write toI H F SMITH Traffic Manager NASHVILLE TE il NILive Stock 0ELECTROTYPESI In trresl arlet for ult the tOTSt erkei be 1111 hUfl SttIstt J ltJ r r fl o1 Nervous Prostration 0 1infoundation of hcullh Tim County AUd itorof Erie county New York lion John W Kcff in a recent letter written t at Buffalo New York staled 1 tfas persuaded by a friend to try a bottle of fIyour great nerve tonic Perunaand tho tresults were so gratifying that I atn t more than pleased to recommend it A Spring Tonic Almost everybody needs atonicitithe t spring Something to brace thcncrves 4bloodyond all question Everyone who has tried it has hud the same experience as Lync1iburgVaof the following words I always take a dose of 1crnna after businessfhours as it is a great thing fortho nerves There is no better tonicStringand 1 have used about all Catarrh in Spring The sprirmjis the best time to treat aturo renews herself every spring The system is rejuvenat dby spring weather This renders medicines more A short course of Pe rnna assisted by the balmy air of spring will cure old stubborn cases of catarrh that have resisted treatment for years Everybody should have a copy of Dr llnrtmans latest book on catarrh Ad dress The Peruna Medicine Co Comm bus Ohio MRS Lulit Larmer Stoughton Wis says For two years I suffered with nerv t e t ous trouble and fstomachdisorders seemed was i t = fii nothing to me hutI f a bundlet nerves I was C irritableji v compowIMrs Lulu Larmer 7F nerve tonics and pills without benefit When I began taking Pcrnna I grew steadily letterjmy nerves grew stronger my no fitful and today Imyself in perfect health and My recovery was slow but eonsiderIJpersevered and was rewarded feet healtlmMrs Lulu If you nntderivc prompt factory results from the use of Peruna r write at once to Dr Hartman giving n full statement of your case and he will i be pleased to give you his valuable ad gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O il m1 v j 4 jj0Via J t tf Fast Vestibule Night train with throcgh Sleeping Car DufletLibrary Car and Free jRccl3j Chair Car Dinfae Car Seprfce en route Ticlcelirf agents ol Lf RtE4Qpectir ttoer I R riaiI I shells andI 4 factory in the wor- ldAMMUNITION I I U M C make is now Iof by shooters as worlds standard for I it shoots well in any gun Tour dealer sells it ITheCartridge Union Metallic Co 1 Conn i I- kiWESTERN CANADA 1GRAIN OROWINO MIXED FARMINO THE REASON V11T more Iiwheat m grown in Western fl Canada In a few hbortmbultis U because iiioponlon to ci4C wIiactigraInwiicornetooerXecf pooods per bushel Is as air a standard at poundtmn loo Kai Area under crop In tVeitern Canada 18O IO8733O Acres Yield 100 = 1170= 2714 Bushels HOMESTEAD LANDS OF 160 ACRES FREE the ocilT charm for whIch Is 81 0 for miklog entry Abundance of water and fuel cheat bulltflnc ma eJef grass for pasture and hay a erUletOil rainfall andaclimateimnanassnre i and adequate season of growth Send to the follow log foran Atlas and other literature arid also for certificate EiTinv you reduced freUbtand passenger rates etc 8m rrlntcn it of Imnlcrntloa OttMtvn Ctauiln or 1111 W1LLIAM8 RoomS Law Hldir Toiido Onto J C DUNCAN Kooo 6 Big FonrBliljr insanapolisindautborlzedCn o UaDUoierrmrni MeetS FREE TO WOMENTo prove the J dYItICtcanstnpower0tpjL t nUaetrlewewllI 1 NWithabsolutely free This Is UI Iii no tn tiny sampleimtalanra till package enough to convince Ill fluanyoneofjtsvalue Women Iover the are praising Paxtiaeforwbat It has done ID local treat cirIngallas a cleansing vaginal doucho for sore throat ahjtartarpostal card will do Mold by ttrunlsts orient postpaid by as SO cnmxotrtttTUB I Jlotlon Alass 1CA- NDw cAmAnTic 210 555a1i2 Genuine stamped eeCoReversald fa talk Beware ct the dealer who tries to sell ioniethIngja3t as good 1A n2 Ig0L WHEN V7HITINO TO ADVERTISERS l lvae Otle iiIt you s4 v tbaAd crtafi Ai t in teLl saier r c i 31 l4I k I k f uLSy OWIH68VIUB OUTLOOK I 1r OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY t SIPER YEAR IN ADVANCE co f Aldrfigs communications to Tan OUTLOOK Punusmsa Co or to J JOHN W HOKAKCR Owingsville i Ky u t THURSDAY APRIL 0 1003 ii ANNOUNCEMENT 1 For Circuit Court Clo kci4 Ve are authorized to announce James L Conner BR a candidate rn Circuit Clerk of Bath county fib jcct to tliP action of the Democrat S 1903tWe are authorized to announce Jason J Mark as a candidate f Circuit Court Clerk of Bath cOlin ty subject to the action of the i Democratic partyofo MICHIGAN went Republican bya about 40000 Monday 1 ilneresult of Mondays election was not of particular encourage nient for tho Democratic party in pj Tuture elections AKOTHEK disagreement has arisen 51botween the anthracite miners nnd the operators over tho number of hours constituting n days work In many collierUs the miners hnve DI4 to nine hours and the collieries have closed in conccqHencc Tho finding of thu commission ought to 1 lie observed j 4C FLEISCDMAN Republican was reo elected Mayor of Cincinnati Mon lay over Ingnlls Democrat fusions nominee by 16020 Tom John d son Democrat was reclocted May or of Cleveland by about 8000 the I balance of the Democratic ticket aho winning Golden uleJones 4 T was elected Mayor of Toledo for s the fourth term The Democrats r1ostthe Mayoralty in Columbust Elsewhere though iho Republicans made gains there were not many victorics to their credit i TOE Mt Sterling cOrrespond 3nt of the Louisville Post quotes a wellposte Denoora tic politician I1 U stating toat the machIne will c k r force Beckhatn to withdraw will call off the primary call a conven 41 z4 thin to be held in Louisville makeI a Ilate headed byn new mnn for 4 Governor and force it through re paying Beckhum with support for US Senator against Blackburn for the next term while Allie Young will run for Governor in 1907 All of which ie interesting aad important if correct Savoyards Letter I t Louisville Post t ra Washington March 31 It is the jpatriotic duty of the American poo pie to read and ponder the report t of the Strike Commission that was submitted to the pubjic some tjn atep3n days ago It ought to provo along the direction of industrial peace ltserveatoodmonlshciinrJ italists Miibility and that the moro of its t roan has the more he is his bretersk It Herves too Iscy t orn his bread in thia land r ura without 1q tt periuiSf noc iveSto toil Theee ore gr nt thin f1s J h They promise a glorious F the money trust and the ia barT t A oYcrdillcretiontt sun Ljt Justice as ho mkhistrIumphtrwny frotH h These are times for the men who thinkingTheBuddie drunk with success c on tsmpluous of responsibility lIs confident of tht future Ths West hM gst nothing at stake thoWoBt Q c a afford to project with all sorts L of Jims vagaries heresies and datn- pbooieries There is no black belt v p ItisverydUferontfv J o part of iho South in the pregnant jr year 1904 would bea crime Iheessential thing is the rein i cnraatioaof the Dempcra tic patty nt the hBnd by the North 3 At rneanNer York not Nevada New Jersey apt Montana Indiana not Utah itis noV absolutely nsces I earyto elect the though that would bo a glorious thing but it ia absolutely necessary to 1110 a strong a vigorous an aggressive N minority in the two Houses of Con i sI and a Governor or two at the JSortb Now 1 put it to any man at the Nr U s1igbtGlltcegre i cense enough to dig a hilt of sweet potatoes or shell a nubbin to a gooso and gander if ho believes the 1Democratic party can regain a foothold in the great pivotal Statos by p Bryanpoint8Democratic party Governors in the kpgreaStfttea of New York New Janey Indiana Illinois und Wis cousin It cost the Democratic Ipartyseventeen Senators in Con r gress It cost the Democratic party m a majority in the House of Repre sent tives and BryanUm is weaker Youcenbuildi r rial You cant build a party with t exploded vagaries for a platform end defeated leaders fpn Mentors I The South has much at stake She ri- r operabi bUllYJluntlngahere otheriflndbirnth9roando th I 3oudery tedIon 3 twpiildt cqufvnJent tollection but there are atbeiaWbatinhe mat t Jiih orgeGJ yile is B yvroi Delaware says somebody r ys3 ic zneliriRg that the teIs too- r n38ll DwareJs thofield of the r 1ii tIiiAi i = fi C7 t S V Ff t if J y f 1Ac 1or r ktlZi MiriJj r r r lr f rir 1 1 vfl5 riCN y fI 1i 7ljrir1r 1t Iexploits of Addickp W lien Mil dick Ism comes in nt tho door Grny ism goes out nt the window Sue a limn ns George Gruy cannot flour ish in on atmo phure of corruption I opine that there in no man who is n Democrat who would not wel come another sureenough light for the Presidency There was Thom as Francis Bayard lofty in charac ter spotless in reputation splendid in intellect n Democrat withoi llaw and without reproach Thomas F Bayard were here tI mun he was physical ILIn railjmentally anti politically in I 5U the of the Duiuo thinhicdecided Emperor Williams nra and King Edwurds navy could n prevent his nomination or election His was ii generation of great Dem ocrats anil ho was of the elite the front rank lIe was of t vrry aristocracy of statesmanship in the Senate that knew Sherman orL olamargiants of that older day But Bayard is gone to the reward honest men faithful over a things But there is George Gri Democrat of the Bayard ate When Bayard loft tho Senate in 1885 Delaware had not lost her chastity and on George Gray fell the mantlo of tho great Senator and for fourteen years George Gray stood in the Senate thu full stature of what an American Senator ought to ben statesman and a gentle man Intellectually ho was peer of tho greatest of hip c leagues on that floor Ills char acter was of tho highest As n emocrat he was of tho school of J peffersonof every man and tho enmity of no man Ho Is now little past six I in splendid health and in the vigor of his mental primenJudge Gray was the Strike Commission It is itittogether probable that the report was penned by him Those who rend the newspaper reports of the sittings of the commission ha th fated with all the solemnity and till the impartiality a eourt of jus tice Everybody who knew George Gray felt the day he was appoint ed that ho would not bend to capi t noalwould know the manner of man ho ill let him read and ponder the strike report If Gray were numinated ho might not be elected but tho Repubik party would know it had a fight i rtytshnndswould ho put on its good behavior It would quit cutting Bomo of its capers and shines There would not be so much etrenuosity in the administration and there wouldIi lebs prodigality in Dingloy law would bo less Mcdean und Persian Some reciprocity reatica would bo dug up out of th heinjected with blood Constitutional and honest taxation would ag n be an issue and last but not le Bryanism would be out ot fashion There would bo a Demoer party ruincarnatod and rejuvenat ed And it would run like iCe cholera in States where votes meant s adsomethingof tho South We know what the kMWIw hut is going to What is the South going to do i he South line more at stake than togEthor1IIIehe nngr boy nt at Ja IJ1 Ne h A Jlncoln IlS I Democratic saint and eees some sense In coupling the name Abra putu Lincoln with the names of homas Jefferson and Andrew in tho Democratic cal en predictechousandthings of- hem a ever came true He will make thousand more and not one of them will bo justified by the event ssdp lIs play ka for one thirdand one of the delegates It ia up to thy South to gratify him or send him about his business TbeSouthwlllbe at the nexjt n1tionalconventioDwillllhe botch it I do not believe it SAVTAR- ICORRESPONDENCE Cralgs James Downs bought Hugh Low reys farm for 700CGeorgo Gray sold ainule to War ron Rodgers for 45OJames Downs sold n bay mare to Warren Rodgers for 25 George iluntis very poorlyrith something like fever and Frank Sorrell has the sameiThis is the last I will write for some time as lam going to stat HuntingtonWis printed but I wills il1 take TIIE OUTLOOK i For e Hill Mrs Ed Bailey is on the sick list Born to J L Vice and wife a sonJ L Barber sold to Dr Phillips ri sow and S pigs for 40 L C Reynolds of Lewis Co is visiting ia sister Mrs Lewis Bail eyJollnP Robbins who has been h 30terewater 111 recentlyIJ Lewis r ccp reservingboundnry i Elder W A Williams went lost Friday to Sweotwnter Ill to be gone several daysonbusinesI Charles M Anderson left Satur ay to join his father In Jackson Ho will be in tho college there un til June Died of typhoid fever Johnnie Gregory at the home of his aunt Mrs MJ Hobbs at 11 oclock Mal b28tb Interment nt theJ WrightBurying ground 1ft 0e r 4 ro tr Jt N Mborea Ferry MrR Elizabeth each has mart d hHI FanI1mrlWWillie Flood has gone to Fithian Illinois to tiuiku his home Froiich MeCarty bought H6 head of Milhiodred hIfhnutsefor 15 Mrs Annio Stnttn visited rd lives in Owingsville first of e week SnturdnytCg in Illinois IeS Ellauiiltonun Sunday Willie Hamilton visited his un e E S Hamilton on Roes Run one night last week rswOillsIIMrs Oscar Chandler of Owings ville woe the guest of Mrs liii handler last Thursday afternoon Wyoming p rtyupilsJohnson Atchison purchased ii IInico colt of Jounce Suodegnr for 100 We have a singingschool Wy oming nineteen or twenty pupils progressing nicely hope they v all learn to sing like uiighitingnl ofIiiro an in the neighborhood who doesnt kri owLhow to do without corn meal so asoldthey do over the river or make lye hominy ITcouple of gentlemen were up rom South Sherburno and hadanice time hunting and fishing ul though the dogs mado a bad lOis tako instead of treeing a fox they treedu cult Will Jackson said n b hutMidland City Hallax Parish got his ribs fract ured Friday by a fall InAnron Myers hada fine Jersey cow killed by a train Sunday night a ghthouse130 pnreRagleRet Crump nnd Thomas Ree of Prickly Ash called on file ors Saturday Tom Million nnd family of A propticTho writer received a letter last week stating there wore twelve cas of smallpox nt the county pour farm in Fleming county including the kocpors family nnd that tlicro had been four dtmtbs among thee rUfrrP IMud LloK k woman can keep a secret but titi keeps it going J U Harris had on old fashion ed logrolling Thursdayb CaneyCrtekIf you would find your true friends try to borrow a quarter Experience is a dear teacher but the lessons are not soon forgotten Many a man is rated at less what he thinks he is but never moro Miss Lillio Wells and sister An nie are visiting their uncle John WellsSWhen people try to show how iTiuch they know they usually show how much they dont know Millard Roberson and Mr RUB pheJoe Uighley are somo better Salt Lick Clyde Staton is quite sicks fever Press Jackson is attending U S ourt at Covington this weekoMiss Poa1 Landrum was in lympia Friday and Saturday J honesMisses Della and Minnie Com mings und Miss Nora Englishere n Ashland last weekIdaughterMrsai Farmers several days last week 1t1IBSban decided to locate here and open up a millinery and dressmaking tablishmcntXFor the present she has rooms at Mrs Add 11gtons but swill remove as soon as the new building ahe will occupy ia com pleted 1VMiBS Nora English entertained nor homo on the evening ot the first the event being in honor of her birthday The guests indulged in games music both vocnl iendj liGstrum ntaI was discoursed undj delightful refreshments were serv ed The hour ped quickly and ntleven oclock the young folks arted for home after wishing OttboEva and Willie WalkinsbawKa l yn Bates Edith Caldwell Nona Rulay Ethel Hall Emma Maupin Pearl Landrum Martha Snodgrnss Messrs Nash Earl Fell Jas Mc Neal Omar Warren Preston Kar rick Elliott Karrick Glynr Wills George toickorson Jos Diekerson Bon Dickerson Everett Caldwell ohn Smith Dr Martin Jc- ampbdll in C i f1bfjffX Jv ttft l =r r 41 4l i4ti e5 ww inr1ngfieId Miss Mary Alkimfui visited Mrs 4 UoJd Wecfnesday Earl Smathers visited relatives nt Ewington Wednesday Mr Annie Gos ett visited litr t Sterling the past week Stanley Smothers who has boon ill for two weckl is soldo better MIfs Hattie Tripled began u spring school M Fairview Monday Mrs St John of Covin lon is 1tli witlieer W A lloyd and wife visited the Co flyrniersand SundaycaOlympia Miss Lizzie Smith is very sick Mrs Hurry Johnson is no better Will Williamson is improving fast Richard went to Ow in lagavilleMrs lien Hart returned fr CovingUm Thursdayfa Thursdayy fiIhere several hays last week- Dr Alexander visited his wil e parents at Suit Lick Sunday Charlie Fowler hind n fine c killed on tim railroad Saturday Miss CluB MeGlossonvisited her sister Mrs Jhue Clayton at Suit Lipfc Fridayn Molso to cs day shoppingrMiss Pearl Laudr m of Fait ick visited friends here from Friday until Sunday Miss Luna Boimnnon of Roes Run visited her sister JlrsRallard S warts Wednesday and Thursday CrooksqEd Palmer of Owingsrille was hero Sunday Bob Nixon of Owing ville was ere Sunday Mrs J O Wood is visitingToln tives in VirgIniawMrs Cole Jackson of Pond Lick was hero ThursdaywG U Armstrong and wife were iu Louisville Tuesday D S Nixon and Squire Clark were in Owingeville Saturday Omar Wilson shipped carload of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday daughtcr OwingIsy J F Johnson sold to Omar Will son 18 hogs averaging 157 Ills at 5Jc Fred and Mitchell Lewis of Men i fee Co visited relatives hero Inst week George Fortune and Mrs Ace an da William of MontgomeryCnI vstet relatives here Sunday Mrs II I Fitch and Mrs Cole Jackson of Olympia vivttd the heaithyir Jin Williams Sundftjr r DWsiJjor hmoMoeduyirs John Morgan Ginter She lunvcs u hl blieirth Okla Very cool spring weather Some gardening wits done hero last week onanProf Tapp closed his singing school hero Monday night Rev Palmeter preached hero night to an attentive uudi cnce The little son of Mike Gray and wife who had typhoid fever is con valescent Clay Whitton bought of W M Stephens a sow and pigs for 31 and sold them for 40 GrangeIIMr and 5Ira James Den ton Bald Eagle you say that some nkneMraAlpheusVice turkey eggs and n number yet on ands and Mrs John Burnett has a eggs while others have qunllyas many Stoops may boast of Its court ng boys but read of Okla will y a pieslland tho ago of one of the boys is 4 while the other is 17 W relIn Cthe5young and small lint the girls have t ndolay up the barR On Wednesday April 1st 1903 Mr Henry C Gregory and Miss Daisy Anderson were united in4ho holy bonds of matrimony at theJrosidenceofand by Elder R T wheeerswonyhme of timo groom where a nice supper awaited them The bride s tIne only child of Rev Ed Anderfb youngladyer many sweet womanly qualities Mr Gregory Is a son of James Gregory nnd wife of near Wyom ng is afilo young man most highly spoken of and there is no doubt of his of the Ilovelysecure as a lifetirao companion Congratulations and best wishes are extended by tho correspondent to Mr nod Mrs Henry Gregory Tho attendants were Thomas onyors arid 31ss Bettie Daugher 1 t i i Jf t lj JJdI ii1Steeps thoughttnMiller McClnin visited relatives at Judy Sunday Alex Jacktmn moved out to the Stoops farm lust week Very little corn ground has be i ii plowed in this vicinity Nimrod Byrd Sr is recovering from his recent sickness Will Bryant hois t mulled th la eyes is some better Mrs J II Gllllll lit visited rela lives at Mt Sterling Sunday Juts Reynolds bought G head ofrel lves front A S Bridges for 95 John W ho COgsMiss Alico Gibbons of Mt Ster ling was the guest of Mattio Clark Sunday Mrs Win Mallory was the guest daylastmN B Young is having a barn ro oved from Ewington onto his rw hero Mrs S A Tnul of the Spring eld neighborhood visited here one uy Inst weekweThos Warner nnd wife of near Judy visitcdv Nimrod Byrd Jr and wife Sunday IWNo matter how small a worn foot WhY be it is large enough attract attentionS Sometimes it pays better to have othing to talk about than it docs to talk about nothingnuA S Bridges began repair residence now occupied by W Hollidtty He is a firstclass we ukwa lanantaffrO ginagain Tho Democratic party is uite so dead after all The C o S hotatesIt is moro honorable in selling empty hollies than it is catch ring AmaIUtzor ily A Kanena farmer says he has the t teRm of horses in the t pullheeto let helmmThe wind Friday and Saturday night did considerable damage in this vicinity It blew down Tom Robersona stable greatly damaged ngcllyilsheSharpsbutganJ nines Conner of Owlngsv lila was here Saturday tieIrivt Winchester Wcdntsdaj Some of our farmers are not done towing their oats yet Bennfc iics was in Mt Sterl l Sc n SIB his son Wash e oiiann visitor hero Saturday and Sun I jr Sev peYPI once bail the canvas stotun from thuir itt etls ItHughIIngTts here Thursday on busi n essleR N Rutliff and fatuity visited relatives at Mt Sterling Thursday and Friday C W Peters and wife attended the reception of John Peters and b ride at Bethel W oTnosday conJotenlined to the house fer several days with a sovere case of lumbagoli Beatrice tho daughter of J d Arndld near town who his been seriously ill ia now convalescent Cabo Ultei back JOG and le mesh Peters and Harvey Rowland attend a da musicale near Judy Saturday n ightpWesley Jones who has been reo moved to Mt Sterling for medical treatment is improving very stow if allY Mrs J R Triplett and son Dr W Ben Triplett of Mt Sterling left Saturdayto visit relatives in Lexington Michael Peters and brother John of near Mt Sterling were vish at their father John Peters near town Thursday It looked Friday ovening like March was paying back what she l d faifferentw John D Richort and John Trip l 11aiceanane near Judy on Wednesday Mrs S EOrear who spent the M winter with Judge E C Orelr family at Frankfort is visiting slater Mrs S T Howard ntmr town an Judge Wm Barker who was confined at home for some weeks filSstorldw daentIseardthe Bourbon Circuit Court has been filed away virtually ending tho case for the present to I own the Frank Hedge barbershop anti cm going to run a fi retlaclas ia so ssllcHedC W HONAKER W S GUDGELLA- TTYATLAV ur Office with B Qudgell d Son- Court St 7 OPINQ3VIIiE JCY f fV f fairviow on J jhoOwingsilloYour scribe visited relntives no Flemingaburg the past eeekca forretn Irs Leonard Anderson and ch i wtre reported very low this week Muster Carroll McClure wade business trip to Flemingeburg F dllY J C McClure and wife visited atives near Owingsvillu time past w 11CMis Annie Turner of Fleming IS vbllnr hr sister Mrs Chas oodard CoAirsguest of liter sisterinlnw Mrs Boone McClure of Shcrburnc Wed IIc dIlJ 1 N Powell sold n gray mare to Mr Planck of Fleming Co for 0250 and bought H brown in IreRml from Thomas Colliver for 60 faKnobis us some Mni inatherThere was ice here Sunday morn ing 3 inch thickthCharley Fowler will move his mill MrstoThe freeze Saturday WUP ha glrdkilled the apples though they arc injured RobinSound up with n display of icist olliIs d loud talk pmTncrl is Letter James Bohannons ild is better Tow Purvis wife is suffering with a sore breast SaturdayIVere and family will go to Kansas til fall thon he expects to go to O klahomayoMrs Elizabeth Wells and Bobi Wells sold their forms to T F Ra and Boone Razor the price beting 40 peracre Mrs Wells coTr templates going to Missouri Ion a while Hub will stay whore ho is andtoe ake n good pike we shall surely have one especially in dry won th er There ia something needed ofgo a more Solid nature to insure a good allaround road more rock und gr avelwThere is considerable oil talk re and around Salt Lick There are men who have the machinery d the experience who would be willing to spend their time and money to develop an oil field if er- w they could meet with parties who menouldtuonscnse view nf the situation Sow the truo solution of tiny question is to titkc the soundings and In tlwt and see what we got Crow thi rucut Now we may or we tony not have l How are wo to know All rSCtlcitl oil men agree there are surface indications anti the ii ure way is with the drill Are we going to try that Iwill nnswerI fir uystif and fur thj fcal t a Vi srtT55r vi i Iiif yOU iivc1 viu ire tr to It en taken VSi SuiJid vicwrr m atter they soy if you wish to ntsasef leewwill sellor they might lease if they could get all the oil and a n tausropositionwill not eat the n theorcow gets fat on other hay will eat tho cow The Hedrick well is 9 up some nico oil it is of n ght amber color Stepstone Mrs Joo Ray spent Sunday uu er nephew G WKincaid nndIam ily heroisC A Rngnn of Rothwell if I up a tenant house for S Bittinger V7 T Ragan and son Chins spent Sunday with Andy Masterson and family near here IhClyde Brown spent Sunday w It Melvin George and familyat How ards Mill his old hometiMiss Kittie Lane returned homo Saturday from a weeks visit at her grandmothers in Mt Sterling seBSunday withMrs Ms parEntllJW Montjoy and wife near Ewington Rev J B Greenwade moved mily hero last Wednesday mdw ill make this his howo for somo time Chins Carpenter arrived here Tuesday of last week from Knn suehe City on a visit to his soninlaw J Steele ab ou Saltrsty n badUncle Shelby Goodpastcr bought bu Mrs S J lloyd n cow for 850 wi wlilIay the abscoyown upat Bald EngloGuess ho looking out for a locution J SMrs W B Henry is very with the grip anti Mrs R CGood pastcr took sick lasfnightand hudtic call on the doctor Monday Thos Garnett used a nice you dy out buggy riding Sunday ns though Tom knows now d wont slight any of them fridaydobyLeo Boyd of Sharpsburg and John Boyd of Bald Eagle were t g jf iJ f r b JcJ r 1 I r rZj yrr 4 n51F rIfJ 01r rf i on T4 r OJfJT t r1 r A p t5rP Ji4 rJ 1rli IrJtJJ ftrt JUST flfiTEDI have just received a complete stock fDryQcods Clothslingyou a of goods you j n find them here and at less profit than others get very inferior goods My very small expense en townId inncome IRespy yours JAMES GILLONH = =If YOU snoodO w y By tho Records Kentuckys Greatest Siro of SIhE OFSninor2o3Co Clo 2IIipeChloralLeola 2mlSIThe grandslro of Ruby Mack208V4SilverPrInco208 EmninJr 2JceSit of ttn dams orDr I iflLalyAt1rlghtt2ujt JoeUhelt 1t7 etcSOP ANO darn of C K Cloy with 10 in the list ties Beautiful Haifa ns Vu Alamorde8criptIvecrcuiurtcrmslllltlrei n urg gS2g Ky 4 here visiting their stepmother and mily several days last week Miss Annie Carmichael of IE wbe gton returned home Thursday after a pleasant visit to leer sisi Lese Mrs J R Warner and family at is place Ww Carmichael ia almost down Quisenberryfor the past tel days hut we Ire ad to sea that she is improving slowly Our new store nt the forks of creek is we are glad to say still doing a nice business and as Frank n nico wan guess ho will hold theetroiisS fuGstopped leone several days last week an to Tdtown 0 where he expects to farm this season w Misery likes compuny but when u see it coming down the rond ust muko up your mind that you ont feel sociable Atlanta Con itutiori Barber How will you have it cut Iir- PelprlyBnth short rdBarberBothPepprey No hair anti conver tinPhiladelpImia Press- PoINTEDLMeGetArtIsSome men to bed too late over to wako up famous The chief end of man is the one hIm the head on A woman is ns young as other FSomewives than they ever get paidhA man is stldnm as smart or ne foolish as hid wife thinks be 11gStreouous pursuit of time siblc begets activity minus the ro re1 It is easier to get n modiste n gown than it is lo get har to the prire Money tines not inile the mil t but that dotes not prevent the inun rrfllm tryingtO iBitkiiianner IyAthrl party nijtybe all right ujnb0Q but i1t voices tc courtship itja differetft ttItttIIir511 iL ii isfllLl u on lf A phyoicj that whisky drinking wiaUcns the eyes Per aps it doe but confidor how it strengthens time brcttlh 10Evcnftncwpty cupboard c on5 itis much food for thought yAltbougb men believe n grea many they know but few Flat failures dismissed janitors A man of address the directory publisher A man who always gets a foot la the shoemaker BMenors1tis difficult to believe that ev norerytheingno reason winy we should not try rJthingflRENLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR Infantile squalls wake parental hurricanes It makes a girl blush to think ow embarassed her husband would be if she were married There uro more ways ofnot ng at what a oman means thallI there arc hairs on a manvhcud Common sense isan investment thaLylelde H low per cent but it ldom defaults on its InterestIMost connubial ties uC 1boknotsat least they pull oui lsnuifehusband u reVherespact she has for the wisdom of H r mother If there is any petty meanness ittWhen a mien is in love ho dOes know the difference between a bri- nd isin and v siTheertl3thoutNo woman cares so much uboutt loss on laoutlintainedA man never fully fels thee pangs of poverty until be has to A ywOnce an honest man was in poll By s but he was so lonesome he went crazy JtIminister comes to call so that ho cannot swearPWhen a woman tells it to her ends her visit to lice mother over vn New Jersey waite little Journey de wn SQuthsiwoman always imagines her wi rlfnmctSU SS ft I r I roasting the beef The avbragtt woman would rather Iof sorsfashionlf us it was never done before 55M ideuofpracticigthermonsse N tr 7iewIt doesnt benefit a man much if l r ho bu roadtWhile it is possible for a man to r monareheupon themSco Kentuckylonel getsIntonnyClcicagoNawaq HOS J JONSLivery Feed Sale Stable OWINGSVILLE KY Headquarters for Imrso and mimic buyers Telephone coiiiiHctloa with Prcstun Station f t emcnghelucky whUkie wholfsouie nhd strenpthening for the vnk picas tuntly iniignnitirg for the strong For sale by S P Atrhlionw J y dt aP R S N C 1 ifr J 1903 jBlue Orass Nurseries ruit and omniraentul tree grapeSJ Im111 fruits it5prlr gu rlm art and evrvtheing fssr orchard ij iteiiralle htn9 J H F HJflenrneyer t n tll LEXINGTON KY I- 1 J RAILWAYS I r 4nan ctCQJ 8J1DQavAI4lhcrJ ilIL Trl15 anil carry umihs car tcrVlu I1i5isniacart3 IMJIBCABI KKEECTIVB ULYi 1tl2 k frurrurTaizw 1uni bT7xos iE r r8TI1 Jf f JJo2J iJ Xb23 r voj t iit 5roo sspi s TraIi for LotlIsviIe 1oatgtn i Cincinnati VasblngtonXewjYork AUil Kaslern Cltlfcs i eliPublicNOtkOL SSCountyFicaI Court Specialath Term Dec 29th 1002 It is ordered by the Fiscal Court of untIl county that the Judge ot tins Court and Bath County givejnotice that all persons feeding on any of time turnpike roads of l iath county whitIi mere owneciy by said county will for each olffrnce bo prosecuted ua the law prohibit j ing such otTences directs And the commissioners of the road districts report all oflences of ha 4J kind in their respective districfVto t the County Attorney who shall procure warrants for each offender 4and prosecute sued offenders as the law directs It is further orderedthat all land olders owning or in miteywaygovIt erning land lying and any of the turnpike roads owned1 y Bath county must within 1Z otithes from the 1st ty cq ary 1903 remove or calico to he F moved nil fencing wherein sama an encroachment upon tho riglity of ray of said turnpike ronds ex Jcept whero tho same has boon erect fbycnnent of governingauthor previous to by A Buth county And all persons fail jor refusing to obey this order ihin the time herein Ubytho turnpike comraisiion a o each turnpike district of aticotmnty be reported to the Atrtorneysfor Bath county who shalL siiRh information proceed as the I w dicta to have such obatruc- ons removed und tho parties pro unted for same NO AiDAUGUERTY JflFGcopy attest wT Peters clerk T J PeteVe D C 5S j554 isJac A Daugherty icskiieg dge of tIme i3ath County Fiscal urt in pursuance of the nbJvb i order of said Court do horebxgiye UBLIC NOTICE to all jeranimi Bath county who have or who may t olato either of tho tbire said rs that they from this date deJ t from the eo offenses and comply X- Lb thee reqtiiremnenti above state1 s January 1st 1003