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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 0 t 1 bE TminguiLLt tI i k T o VOL XXIV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 16 1903 NO 40 I 51 When you have a news Item or wish to communi cato with THK OUTLOOK office by phone ring up 57 Lambs nro flourishing i Wheat promises a fine crop Robert Nixon is now Deputy Marshal Come to THE OUTLOOK for horse and Jack bills There it a strong demand for good grape land to rent Tuesday was cool nod rainy Dogwood winter perhaps 516x20each J M BROTHER WANTEDTo rent 50 to GO acre of grass DB G W CONNER R S Cross sold a mature mull to Fletcher Mann Thursday for 3110 Thomas Karrick of Salt Well had a good mare to die in foaling last week Coleman Uatlhra 3raonthsoId t iftmttghter died last week of yellow 3 dice liorn April 10th to MM and 5hChi Fowler of Olymp rJ Daughter r Dr G W Conner sold a gray gelding Monday to Pryor of Clark Co forOO Elder B7F Parker will preach alL Roynoldsvillo next Sunday at oclock a m The general opinion is that thereI Will be considerable tree fruit de plte the freezes Gano Gault has rented his rest tenc to J M Rncywho will note in this week 1 M Perry 4k Co have a com plot line of wan paper which they are The nipea are still conspicuous by their absence from their favor ite haunts of former years Jeiie Copher aged 50 years daughterof Henry Copherof color Hed of consumption Friday Clell Hatton purchased a sow laU weak from Leo Go y1pster CorI 15 The aow stied Monday I ROT E B Crump nndRiv Rns Snapp are ln 3dirg a protracted meeting near Tilton this week j Sam Latliratn bought a yearling csL Biule fur 52 60 tail hlit to J VL Rlchart Saturday for65O WE MUSt HAVE OUR HOSET SO please call und eettltj S TSfi PT J aT Peter nni fevtv ota to HondAx C kztvk j ttfgQ Mayliitor 10th price ptij Crater l Dairtd Garner nndJue FolKfilaPt week caught 27 buffalo perch iKer t igiag 12 lbs each at the mouth of o Cow Creek Clyde Byron moved Thursday I from the Harris house to J J n Lacys house acropt the street on- t f Clate ATenue s eve F D Palraeter will preach at Harpers choolhouse next vat urday night and at Salt Well at 3 oclock p m Sunday J S Brown attracted mono attention Monday than any horse on the streets and from all accounts Wl the best horse in the show STRAYED OaSTOL1NBlue and black 6monthsold Llewellyn fe vale setter Liberal reward J D CONNER Tbe wind Wednesday of last J week was nearly up to that of tho preceding Friday It blew off patches of tin from roofs in town When In town dont fail to look aiT SSbrouts splendid line of at all Ho will save 9youT S ShroutS stock ot furniture end undertaking ia complete and bit prices are the lowest Beatlo dee embalming 366I The fishing season for bass ie nearing the close without anyop portnnity for tbe sportsmen toin dulge their liking throughout the prlng I vake the beet break cart on the market 20 25 30 rubbor tires t15 to 22 per set Buggy repairing and painting a specialty OSCAR PAUIKB Come in and see our stock o l wall paper which offers many very graceful figures BndRttractlv- owadesTMPERRr Co- Druggists Curran Crouch sold tpJ B Good paster his half interest in five rated at100a 21yeanhincalvesyear old steer at 30 five mules at 90 per bead and one mule at 80 Thos H Brown is moving tblsI week to Miss Jennie Elliotts house omEftat Main StJr and Mrs ThoL Darnell ofllt Sterling own the residence vacated by Mr Brown and will more to it NEAT THIEVES AbramHendrix of East Fork of Flot reek lost eighteen haaas and abotjKten more pieces of znat last by som e ner loore personi prying a plank offdeflft1flgjiS meathouso Y same neighbor bpjtecrofbiseJeven biokens J ijii OJ I f t if PERSONAL James Ste1bnnsand John Sheehaii were in Carlisle Sunday Thos Yorner und James Gregory of Stoops were here Monday Sherman Goodpnster was in Mt Sterling Friday and Saturday Miss Ellen Uotts went last week to visit Miss Kliza Piper in Carlisle S M Purcell returned Monday from a twowcoksvisit to Louisville Walter Harper of Mt Sterling came over Sunday Ole a visit to rclu tires C T DeGarmo nnd Ernest Myn bier of Mt Sterling wero in town Thursday Miss Bessie Bolts of Peeled Oak was a guest of Miss Clara Bascom last week Thos McClain and cousin of snmo name of Stoops were Court day vis itors hero Miss Cora Sevlor of Bnrbourvllle camo Inst week to visit Mrs Henry T Hopkins R L Zimmerman returned Satur day from Paris where ho had beer for three weeks Emil Petors of Georgetown came Saturday to visit lila parents Mr and Mrs T J lotcrs Mr and Mrs It S Hawkins and son Alvin of Hillsboro woro callers nt this olllco Monday Dr W O Phillips John Logan and Jesse Hurst of Flemingsburp were In town MondntBratus Burbrldffo returned from Mt Sterling last week and has a po stion ntD NYoungs Miss Rosalind Goodwin of JltjSterling came Tuesday to visit fattier Col P M GoodwluIMrs Dr J Cray aartin of Ash lund clime last week to visit her sid ter Mrs C W Gooilpaster AJ Miller C B Dako and J Ashton of the Salt Lick Valley Oil Co woro in town Monday Mrs Walter Harper of Mt Ster ling came Thursday to visit her mothr Mrs Eliza Dawson MiRH Ethel Jones of Poplar 1Iains camo lust week to visit Mrs T J Jones and Mrs S P Atchisonj Richard Wills Thomas RooorsonI James Alexander Jams IoJf Stoops were here Monday fMr and Mrs vjt It Arlmtron 11 Preatoi attended the flinch party litIUhoKowOwings House Friday night 1tr and Mrs Niomis NeClinoek of MillirMinrjr came Saturday con a visit to their dnuglitcr Mrs Turner N Puny Jumes Harper of Catlettsburg CHUIO down Thursday to visit his retit8Mr nid Mrs Daniel Harper near town Mr and Mrs John Scott returned home to Mt Sterling Friday awtnt Inir ur trI visit to Mr and Mrs Henry Scott Mrs TijJa Horron and Miss SaUte Faris went to Mt SterilHsr Saturday afternoon na a visit tu relatives and and friendIMr J Y Emmons and Miss Sallie Stone of Bethel were guests ofllr anti Mrs M D Furls Friday and Saturday Mr end Mrs B C aftomoJr wont Tuesila to visit Mrs R31h15 ItreturnStanley Keller Dr Martin and Frank Adair of Carllslo pnssnd flagiandil a Miss Oritchfleld who had been with Elder nnd Mrs W Kent PenJ ronMrs Ewell Rnnaker of Winches er spout from Saturday till Mondaybwith the family of Hon A com at Peldmont jipss Ira MeClain of Bourbon Co nnd stiss Pearl MiClain of near 1MrsJudge J H Hazelripg of Frank tort Ed M Odear and Leonard 0kCox of Lexington came Tuesday attend County Court James K Emmons Chief OQohicoq continues to suffer from wounded by a thorn and can looly got around on crutches Misses Mary Gudgell aftd Lillian Daugherty went to Mt St rrftig Fri 1mano Mrs SE Davis after a visit to ber daughters MrsC M Kennedy and Mrs N B Baldwin returnedEto Nicholasvllle ng fMrs Lizzie and little granc aughter MinerVa Rlcketts Scott ofl Sherburne came Friday to be the guests of Mr and Mrs B M Good pusterfiWm Moore of Roes Run went down Saturday night to visit his daughter Mrs John R CarmlchaolIIn Louisville returning day nightaMt Sterling visitors here Monday were Robert Gatewood W BOCon nell C T DeGarmo TIpton Young John Scott Mr and Mrs Thomas L parnell Jacob TrumbouT S Shrout and little eon Ewell wont to Lexington to attend the oratorical contestI Mr Shrouts nephew Esphy R Don aldson of Shnrpsburg was a contest ant rr 8 C Alexander of Olympia and Mrs Dr H H Lewis of Salt Lick were to leave WednesdayS this week for a stay at Hot Springs Ark Capt and Mrs J R Carmlch aol were to accompany them from LouisvilleMiss Crump of near Car lisle came Thursday for weeks visit to Mr and Mrs Thomnsc Reid on upper Prickly Ash alsoe Rev William Hunt and son KenIWalllngford Fleming Co Rev Ross Snapp of Bartervlllo Nicholas Co were their guests Saturday night and Sunday James Clark bought at Commis sionere sale Monday Mrs Flem Welts interest of 82 acres in thej Thomas Boaz farm for 710 MABRIEO Rev FI Pam ter at his residenco about 1 oclock p m Thursday united in marriage Mr John Refill and Miss Maud Keasly of the upper Mill Creek j neighborhood Mr C L Letcher and Misses Mary M and Cordelia BeiSt were attendants + FI1 y 1 Jc rt4 2 i f f 1 f6c WEIJDlNO1Thu Jr and Miss Lulu E Grimenut the Methodist Church in Miliersbur g on Wednesday April 8th wore pronounced the handsomest ever witnessed at that town The ceremony was performed t 12 oclock in tho day by Elder W K Pcndleton pastor of the Christian Church of Owingsville The church was splendidly dcc orated with flowers for the occa sion The usher wore B Frank Perr and Shcrmnn Goodpnstor of Ow ingKvillc Richard anti Joseph B Grimes Jr nnd B Waddoll ol Millorsburg Robert E Catlett o OwiagsvSlle was test man Clara Bascom of Owingsville and Laura Mahnn of Danville were maids of honor After the ceremony a reception was held at Mrs Lnnna Laysonn home Congratulations being made Mr and Mrs Banco in went to Paris where they took the 335 p in train for Cincinnati in which city they stayed until Saturday whioiS they returned to tho homO bridegrooms father lion AiS BaEcam A reception was heldnt Mr Bftscoms elegant home Peid mont between 8 and 10 oclock p in refreshments being served The dining and coffee tables were decorated with cut glass flowers ferns and ribbons the color effects beingwhite and green Misses Mary Burbridge Jessie Atchison and Bessie Butts presided at the coffee table It was a brilliant so cial event In the receiving line were Misses Mary Burbridge Jessie Atchison Hassle Rotts Mary Conner ant Clara Bascom Mr and Mrs A W Sftscora Mr and Mrs S Clark Uuficotn Jr and Mrs Ewell Ren akcr of Winchester The costumes of the Indies were exceedingly handsome and con trasting with tho unrelieved blnck and white masculine dress made an entrancing scene and one long to be rememberedAmong present wore Mr and Mrs C W Goodpasler Mr and Mrs 0 B Brother Mr and Mrs A N Crooks Mr and Mrs A II Dawson Dr and Mrs C fl1r Kennedy Mr anti Mrs W Ray Jjitterpon Mr and Mn Henry T loplcins Elder and Mrs W Kent r Iemllcton Mr and Mrs T S Shrout Ir and Mm Robert Judy of Judy Montgomery Co Mrs ValtorIIarprr of Mt Stetling Airs W P 81 rId 0 1 of Lexington Mre R B Brother Mrs E H xoodpaeter Mrs Emmet Fratmang Mrs John JL Berry Mrs Baldwin Misn3H Bepsie llottsMary Jurbridge Jessie Atchiunn Mary Conner Leonora Peter Lorenn Perry Cora tfuvier of Barbour ItShlrpshurman GonpnsJ r i nner Eviqlnono Brother Kwing rank Perry Jitmee Ross Joshua Ewing The bride hall orphan her parents having dind near Millensburgt few yoarnago She ber of brc thor lion father was oseph B Grimes a native of b eorgia tier mother wns a Miss v Mnckey a niece of the late Col Geo Courier of tithe town She is a eautiful young woman is said to possess a lovely character and disposition and while endowed withW all the social harms and graces to o equally skilled in domestic aeecompliehraentH Nearly everybody in this section nows and likes S Clark Bascom Jr He ia a tmndsomo manly young entleman and one whom allRC unintanees as well as friends wish the choicest of lifes blessings He and his chnnning bride begin life together under the most favorable auspices and that they may be ever appy and prosperous is the wish f THE OUTLOOK tt Winchester SunSentinel says lder J M Rash has accepted all to preach the first Sunday and Saturday before in each month nt Peeled Oak Union Church Embryfieldwells on the Mason or Lee farm dftowa people Salt Lick Valley Oil nd Gas Co Easter was a beautiful day1o bright and warm until late in the afternoon wben a windstorm came p suddenly and raised clouds of dust followed bya gentle rain lasting nearly all night M P CONFERENCE The Quarterly Conference of the Methodist Protestant Church will be held at Harpers scthoolhouse the first Sat urday in Mjay to be presided over by Rev Jt E Spriggs of Ashland Ky President ELECTRIC RAILWAY The work grading has been begun on the electric railroad from Lexington to Winchester By and by It will be possibly I towns chance BLANKS FOR SAuFor blank oil lease deeds mortgages notes proofs of account verifications of demand warrants summons ordinary sheriffs sales affidavits for attachment notices to take depo itions indictments for selling on indictments for gaming Appraisement boards 811bp nas i warrants capias pro fineI come to Tux OUTLOOK Office w c have them ilL stock Jf Ii i f 11 i While riding up a steep hank James Curter of Salt Well fell to tho ground Thursday morning by his saddle girth breaking and was painfully though not seriously in jured in the back F on UtNT500 sores good pas tune range for light cattle andI sheep well fenced abundant sup ply of water Apply to ROSE RPN IRON Co 374 Olympia Ky iyrorrsui DRILLING The Moun 800yMill Creek without finding oil sus pcnded operations last week until a meeting of the stockholders is held wells1unoral Furnishings Prompt equipments and modern services also denIer in firstclass furniture of all descriptions Call and see before purchasing elsewhere M D FARIS Owingsrille Ky J L liEns Funeral Director and Embalmer R S Estill of this town J A Salmon of Ashland and H G Welsh of New Brighton Pa to partlug Suit Lick this county If oil organizedI FINS SAultrlt is learned that Elder Willie A Williams of Forge Hill who recently returned from a 5trip to Sweetwater III has secured a position to preach out there at nI salary of 1000 per yearXHia many friends will rejoice at hit success and one and all will Eny that he deserves it v lVOTE NOT COUNTED YE1No steps been tuken yet to count the ballots in the merchants Ii brary contest It is the duty of those who made the offer to provide for the counting and awarding One or the other of the A O TJAV lodges hits won the library by the franchise of the voters and ought- to have the books KOF P BANQUET The 0 wings yule Lodge of Knights of Pythias gave a bnnquet attended by the memhernSuturdaynight Thesprend was tins antiwis hugely cnjnycd following from n distance were present G Frank Nutt r E R Miller Howard Lewis Wm Gar ace Harry Krins Tiiok Uttorbnrk Wm CocTsrell of Yale F M flea cle Clyde You nir Fred Slcsser S C Alxnndcr nf Olympin RODBED LaIn last ThurKday nlht Jo Toy of Pint Creek wont to Dawson h Conners livery stable ot his nff nnd paid his Mil to tho colored wan in charge HeI sayn fame fo r fr Ire colored mIll standing nrnr Sbbed him and tot from him at luct ten UiUntP nnel jv biMr Tuesnysh nrrif ttiarkcys j OLD RESIDEUTER BACK David ively ot Cincinnati was in town last Thursday He is 88 years old and bids fair to be a centenarian although he was shot in this town the Civil war and supposed o Intro been fatally wounded How ever learning hi was to be arrested y the Union authorities if he cur vod ho slipped away at night TO CoRREaPONDENTS It Would e a great accommodation to us ifiail correspondents who can do sojwould sthid their items in so ould reach this otllco on Monday In this way the work can be prop rly divided between Monday ujul Tuesday and the forms can be pre plred for going to press before night Tuesday Otherwise the printers have to work after night and they dont like it a little bit after working hard during the dayo also CURED THE IIALKSA horse in vehicle balked on Suddulli streojs Monday and for about an wIipjoout nvsil1inally it was suggested that it bo blindfolded which being done the horse trotted off like the picture of a nag chasing a bundloI of hay suspended in front of itsInose RELUCTANT TO LEAsEW W Paddock anti J H Smith the In- ianapolis oil men are trying to secure leases on about a thousand acres of land in the Wyoming neighborhood with the Intention f drilling for oil The landowners hold back because of the lessees refusal to contract to begin drill ing on each lease in H veryshort time The latter show that it iwouldcompany of limited means to do so To SECURE REDUCED ASSESSMENT Attorney Chas P Kerr J C Cummings W L Belli of Lexington G W Dimick of Prestons burg Ky and Attorney Chas T Thurston of New York arrived Monday to appear before Bath Fis col Court in regard to securing a reduction of taxes on the holdings of the New Domain Oil Co for merly South Pennsylvania Oil Co The assessment was originally placed at 500000 but was later reduced to 350000- RepresentatlYas of tho South Penn Oil Co and Licking Valley Oil Co appeared Tuesday afternoon before Judge Daugherty and secured reduction for the former from 350000 to 150000 and for the latter from 150000 to 55000 Chas Kerr appeared for the Wooley Heirs on appeal from the Supervisors valuation of 40000 on 9700 acres of oil land Judge Daugherty sustained the Super visorF f RacketStorcIt DratoingNearAnd aridIevery C Glass Fruit Saucers 12c Glues Bowls IS 105c Fancy Lumps fiO JO 2Uc Jardinieres 125 D8 35c Vinegar Cruets lOc Wall Pockets 33 25c Corset Stays pr fie Drcs Stays dnz 54c Ladies Vests 15 10 8 lie Bonnets 20 lOc Lace Pillow Shams i2e SummerDnderwear locIGraniteCASH PAID FOR EGGS E W H EFLI N Owingsville Kentucky SPRING OP 903J We have received a handsome line of spring r goods including the latest novelties in MILLINERY DRESS GOODS Etcr Ladies Misses and Childrens Trimmed one dollar We will receive a nice line of Summer Goods this week A nice line of readymade Skirts and Shirtwaists LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO CASH BUYERS MRSqD Sr ESTILL OWikcVLLE KY I PuiiLicSALG OuSaturday April isIn the premises on Washington Branch I will sell 1 plow 1 harrow i interest in wagon 1 saw 1 grind stone 1 barrel 1 kettle 1cook ettive IS glass cans gallon stone jars saddle 1 bridle 1 bedstead 1 clunk 1 sewing machine 1 scythe and i radii I cot 1 coroiholler 2 augtTP pair saddle pockets 1 bas ket 1 eel plates 1 etnnd table 1 Icokiugylas 5 chairs 1 lamp 1 Iriire LIS tGV- hLmTiTNItOTtLCiSUnt5y af ternoon about 4 clock lightning struck the telephone wire some where probably out on the Mt Sterling line and burned out 20 to 30 telephone fuses of ths Owingsville Exchange There was an electric explosion in tho Exchange as loud na the report of a shotgun A string of fire foil to the sidewalk and burned for some secondd Dr B Cornelison was at the window of ofilee and saw a ball of fire coning over his wire towards him Ho ust went over backwards L0STHERM0ravLast Saturday lorning Mrs John GIntur of near went into E W Heflins ticket store to do some shopping She had 7 wrapped in paper which she laid down on the counter in ono part of the store while she was looking at some goods at anther went back to got her money and it was gone There were come parties in the store at he time and a certain party was- uspected but there was no posi tive evidence against him except that a man said ho wont over to- kwherd Mrs Gintcr said she left tho oneyISTORE ROBBED Last Thursday night James Gillon was aroused about 12 oclock by three colored boywho had coat a couplo of pairs of trousers some underwear an umbrella etc which they claimed to have found under the followingcircufflBtancos They were returning from serenading and saw a man standing at the corner of rS Shrouts store in tho rear The man broke and ran and they found the goods where he had been standing Thinking they were from Mr Gillons store owing tots proximity they took them to him to find out The store had been entered through the transom of the rear door About all the goods missing were in the lot brought by the hays TUE EASTBK PARTT Tho Easter party given at the New Owings House by the ladies of tho Christ inn Church Friday nicht was large ly attended and was a success both socially and finn c ally The11T lor was really ovolrcrowded The children wore in ttuHr element and had a great timeev nif some of tho mischievous boys did go up stairs find tbe eggs and neat them BO they could get tuem in a bunch whon the egg hunt opened There wero twelve tables devoted to progressive flinch which was enjoyed by the adults Tho supper was very flnoztnd the demand was so great that tle managers stopped early in the ev ening sending out suppers for fear the supply would run short for the large number present The proceeds were about 15 jl t I p Mens Bow Ties S a Mens 212016c Lap Dusters 75 70 40 33 25 20o Hugs 3 2 125u- Varhlsh Brushes 530 Whip Sockets ou 12Teoth Rakes 15r Clevises tiu Spoko Shaves lOc S II Hats from up Preston a COUKT DAY Sundays ruin made tho ground too wet to work and everybody and his neighbor came to town Monday The crowd a8I a crackerjack The livery stables began turning away custom nboutI ten oclock and about seventyfive horses had to go shelterless and hungry for lack of stable room So the rain pelted them nearly all daylong On the streets the crowd t fni around In rand ankle deep aru nd a goid dismal time trying to look cheerful it was cool too and every public pratr hut had fire earned the grateful uf cI jj II tion of its frcquentott Tho merchants all hada satis Ii factory trade under tire circuin stances though doubtless more sales would have been made had it not been for carrying homo goods in the rain There was not many cattle about 50 on the market and salea were rather draggy Tint 100 hogs wero snappedup I ns a bargain at any old price Some shoep changed bands The mule and horse trade didnt amount to much for lack of offer ingsAmong the sales wero tlio follow iugHolman Rice bought of Henry Hopkins fourteen 100lb hogs at 625 iMaze sold a sow and nine pigs to James House for 35 James Norris sold 12 ewes with 16 lambs to Sid Hart at 650 per head for ewes r H Brown bought a 2yearold mule of SnellingCorbin for115 of C C Johnson a bull for 20 reselling it to Ingram for 25 Win Warner bought a pair of mules and harness of Glaudo Per gram for 250 J 11 Richnrt bought of Bob Hart a 4yearold mare mulo for 175pf Robt Coekrnn a sow and five shoats for 32 Dick lies sold to L E Stullof Jepnamine Co a pair of mules 250 forIJonas Reynolds sold to Staten 5yearold bay mare 100 = Hughes of Paris bought a pair fthorseFTherethe exhibition being the best for several years Dudley Warner sold to Chas 20 Meng of Bourbon Co a mare for of 125 yEasyGirls would get a lot more fun out of crying if it did not make their eyes red and their noses snuf fy Some people seem to think they have to quarrel so aa to show how makingitA man would almost as soon have business relations with a wo man as get his arms tangled up with u buzzsamWhen a chap goes homo withIt girland she gets up on the second step to say good night its curious how nearly on a level it always nPressSUBSCRIBE NOW c t- t Ivl SADDLfES HARNESS fWhy buy a shoddy socalled hnndiumlo or mnehluemade riSaddle or Harness when you can Jet strictly firstclass goods made right hero at homo and made out of tho best oaktarned t leather and l y men that only make firstclass work Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLE tIs tbo easiest and casiestridingarid most durable saddle jade If you try ouo set of our handmade buggy harness you will always use them I have the best line of saddlery goods in this part of tho State I am Yours for best saddles and harness N EUGENE MINIHAK OWINGSVILLE KY SAiL p A1Sn 1- J DRUCSTR fFINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO CIGARS Cr = = = s BUY GREEN SEAL SHOES FOR HEN WOHEN and CHILDREN MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY U S A WITH tbestwearingFor sale by Oscar Chandler Owingsville Kentucky k eII11i8seCome and see my new line of spring goods ev erything new in white goods of all kinds I havethe newest patterns in silks A look will be appreciated you are not expected to buy Ladies Extension Solo Shoes regular 160 Ladies Vici Patent Leather Shoos regular 3 82 d Ladies Vici Kid Shoes regular 2 135 Mens Vici Kid Shoes regular 225 145 sfMens Leatherlined Shoes regular 2 10Patent Leather Shoes regular 3 108J 7 See my bright new Calico patterns Tat 3 4 4y and c per yard MY HATS dont fail to see lean save you money aH styles 38c and 8lc genuine fur hats see them CLOTHING I have received my entire spring now styles try me before buying see my blue serge suits reg ular10 strictly guaranteed all wool serge for5 and if they fade and are not as I represent your money Wi will be refunded SHOES AND SLIPPERS ladies and misses dont fall to see I Iamb r t y regular 125 Sho for 90c CV wL fpgular i t 10 4 oi Menu Patent Leader Slies regular 3 15 Lules Vici Potent Leather Shoes regular 3 190 jBargainsin Shirts 24c nnd 35o shirts CASH PAID FOR EGG rj Oscar Chandler I THE would like to have at the follow ng and upper lat Creek O F Martt of was in town Ho acres of land near City J B for 400 Chas was to be tried on tho of rob Abram The will case was set for trial Gather up j rings take them to He will ake theta us good no new fora trifle anti you will got them in order quick too the same day you leave them Ho also ordU ary at a great price Itwill pay you to take your to him He is an r I IH j One ilfli a L CARLOAD ON HANDS ALL SIZES 4 EVERY ONE GUARANTEED LIIt AIBYRON OUTLOOK goodcorrespondent points Shorburnc Farmers Tuesday recently bought Midland Goodpastor Crump ednesday charge Hondnxs meathouse Lansdown Wednesday THE ODD BITS OF JEWELRY yourbroken jewelry brooches etcand Jeweler Sturgoll mlnico perhaps repairs railroad watches watches IIndcloeks reduced repairs excellent workman 1J hindnil door above Postoffice is 1OUItwork that etui be printed from types Come and see our samples J and you will be convinced that you can get your work dune as nicely here as in any big city Bring us your orders for business station J- crynote and letter heads enveN 4J opes typewriter papor Wedding invitations programmes calling cards and every sort of printing Our material is of the best SPRINC71903 Blue Grass Niirserics Fruit and ornamental trees grape vines small fruits asparagus rhu barb and everything for orhurd lawn and garden Strawberry and j general catalogue on request Both c F phone Y H F Hiiieiifneyer I1pLEXINGTON I KY t L 0 C I441 b 4 c y f OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers i OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY I r i THE FOREST STREAM I f v The fairest scenes ore ever those that II e F t Ieep hid within the tap or Nature there unrevealedJThe Joyous mood the spirits light andgay- Shall miss perchance or tall to all Im bibe SThe something that Inevitably breathes In pensivethoughtThy mind Is cast or when In question plunged Thr Hplrlt wrestles with some bnfning doubt 3 SThen Nature shall unto thy Quickened sense whSslmSe secret shrines thou readst her irthearta And rulestheCome where amid the sylvan shades the brooklomosscIaVatones Far through lbs wood In ca denceare ocjeThy steps shall quicken and with light a ened heart YSS peiOf strife or discord or the worlds unrrst Thrust the leaves through which a 1radIant glimpse iii Of rippling waters caught thy watchful glanceWt what a scene Now clothed I In tight 1 Now glidIng Into shadow dancing on Ji With many A whirl and plush the brook gleams down Along Its beauteous course The mossy rocks Among the darker eddies thickly strewed a e Afford the fancy many a portal dim To fair enchanted regions vaguely ilaCSS winding banks The shadowy verdure lies far oer theI stream J The eager branches reach high over stSt leaves From time to urns mysteriously stir thathe waters ceaseless tide Hart breathed among their shades CaSTo which they thrill with nameless ec stacy c Hen linger on nnlll Too derp for words LLC Thy soul has quaffed of that perennial springavTill a volcn a larger hope Jl Has answered In the brok laaWhich ere thou hadst a being rose the a same vhdlanaSrm more iDi And In that future day shall others mm eatIUk lhc titei = Harry W Piigbec In Kprlnjjflcld SMacs llepnbllcan r i f 1j t TS KIDNAPPED f L I MILLIONAIRES Si r By A TaEthaa vcPP1ztIlIo1wnL itLL GIlA PTFlt XVIroxnxnicn crtJ54dbdIIPStretched out at full length on n s flat slab of sandstone was n loan te7s7 hd acted like n lliFcat When Sid nny approached e round head beSrncknnd the animal was intently vrntchlnj Mr Kent and the deer Li A moment later hn rose to his feet i emIttedczlyxnjghVAb rilI to his Bhouiler The beast snnrTf f Tiir fimscd for a luap to the ground tviotv The Slmnt rang out The big rat turned t 1 c1II head like a tlaslJ and hit at his shoulder as if a ben had stung him JIe gave n roar leaped Into the air 2aud fell in a heap nt the bottom of4 rocks Sidney advanced toward 4 45tthim slowly but no caution WIIS nee CKsary Tile lunutilaiii lion was Sdeiiil It seemed nVhame to kill him z said Sidney as he lifted one of his a thatga He didnt look uo blamed tine tb b me said Mr InttW lt was noon and although tIme sunS eriit warm Sidney wax roluclnnt to return to tlit linnjriliiu witfioutr making one more attempt to pene s L trat the jungle Ii time west mind ifapust4tderracii thr crest nf the hills I AvhicJi ooultLtie ien beyond He Im IeJA ngtined that from thai point of van vtngeHt would be possible 10 deter mlnedhnpprxI1t131 shape ofc island and hoped to identify it by Iiantliidhadtv tlungalowlIlira1 7BjlSfy thelr titer with bananas jqw lattI lizIftJfnsmIlJlpumriill 4 smnch the same as that of a nut 3 tng muskmelon These with fresh witerfrom n spring were sufficient t6t their hI1flgemaJf Thlls the Hrst Robinson Crusoe S fm l cSo not r of the romantic La in my disposition but I rather like th1ort of thIng for n change Butcq vtinly for n change I wotild rather be rfteaiij away Inu uungalow with dec 4c1f fans and n rooking range than nndqiS obln50nCruioe was In mighty bard I 1z Iuc- sf 11 z deerIt g tr S w some grouse 5IPve quail or other game white Sjdney tUS completed the sertrch for an outlet til i through the jungle Mr Ked said hwould take chances with a shot gun and agreed to tire twice in rapid ji1J succession Jf hie needed assistance ti Hidney started for the cliff and rSthree hours JS againftt r f o on d the r r valley The bluff extended far as he ifI fcoul see but RS Sidney continued7 mth lie ouhd thnt It de 1ajedJnJi lgl tu tintfiDallYcame i Stto the level bfJ parJLTbeS i- ycJ e of the jaBgle was f 1f vf but at no place was lteabJeopene rate it a distance exceed Bg i200 from the edge of the cliffs fritGrall1 l Yhe worked to the easti r etl1e junjfl 1SDtoiblekut etltYas IpoIWnj F Jtkrough I t f Thus Sidney toned along At times he saw deer and could easily have nbsolutcJyI bylhehind him nnd turned only to see a splendid spotted deer not two rOlls distant Sidney threw up his hands nnd shooed him away The buck ran a few yards and stopped but did not follow up his study of human species Suddenly Sidney came upon the reservoir Ho had made tho circuit of nil that pnrt of the park south 10llgtomalning portion The park was wouldtax e re yhuiedich spoke well for his marksman li He had several grouse nnd three splendid pheasants JenrnedlIt The birds were strung across the henyloadith faces and hnnds scratched and necks mind cheeks sunburned they ached the bungalow about ha lock In the afternoon The colony was in a furor of ex cit enicnL Mr IVtiee was in great rill In fact he might be dead Mr Kockwell hurriedly explained whnt lint happened us he ran with Sidney nnd Mr Kent to the stone pier where Mr Ciirmody and others were launching a ft which had been constructed in great haste Mr Ponce announced when he reluctant ly started along the bench that he would not remain away later than noon He said he might he back sooner since the chances were that the title would rise no high ns to render his litter return dillicult na dngeromma He did not appear in camp nt noon and half an hour later Mr drmody took thclnarinc glasses and went to the beach Out near the gate to the bay he saw Mr Pence anding on a rock seemingly looking into the water He saw Mr Pence go ushoro and disappear for n time in n icket Then he returned to the rock nnd remained for nearly an hour M r rmody thought from his motions that he was fishing but it was learned be hail taken no tackle with him Mr Rockwell Mr lEaven and others came down to the beach and atctied the figure across the bay They were equally mystified At st Mr renee again disappeared in a few moments he reappeared and frantically waved n handker lef on tin end of n stick as an evident signal of distress During this Iliac those on tile one pier noted with alarm that the le hail risen so that it was impos sible to walk along the beach at the base of the cliffs It was at once de cided to build n raft and rescue N r Pence For some time he had not been seen neither had tIle flng of distress been wavd from the rock Rough paddles were chopped from piece of lumber antI the raft was Inuiifhfd with Sidney Hammond ncent Mr Carmody mind Mr Mo r n ns the lifesaving crew The thisstrong ngainst them nnd it lt un hour before they approached e place where Mr Pence was last They called his name and ere delighted to hear n faint re sponse from behind the rocks The rescuers paddled around and found a ouching figure on a narrow ledge just above the steadily rising tide Simon Pence was speechless with rror The ledge on which he stood was now nn island but Sidney ob served that at low tide It must have en connected with the shore They u THEY FOUND A CROUCHING FIG UHE ON THE LEDGE placed the third member of the committee on exploration on the ma ittand aided by the tide made a quick voyage back to the camp By this Mr Pence had partially recov e red and under the stimulus of a glass of brandy told the story of his adventure I went along the shore anti kept dsharpthings like that ta1t11lr Pence N thing happened however and I w cientthe pecan There the sea comes right In and you cannot get past The rocks drop flown into deep water a bndstarted back and decided to go out on that rock where you found Jne Mr Pence paused and shuddered at the thought l1t ran out from the shore iikapier he continued I went MIte at the end and sat down to watch the fishes The water was clear as crystal and the bottom was wli itoe sand It was cool In the shade of rock nnd enjoyed it I noticed n indIoititij thetilletlrock and bounded Into the water I Iiotildthe water A flab chased after it a randngohnMr Pence took another small tn ate of brandy to steady his nerves I could see where the nickel lay on the white sand he soldrk- new It wag a nickel as I had but 11 rcentSIdtlw York and when I countedImy money put on that only six cents That proved it was a nickel and besides it looked like a nickel I went You know what a nickel looks like all right said Mr Kent Go on with your story It grows Interest- Ing tbntIsee It as plain ns I see you It was In about ten feet of water I went ashore and cut a pole about 16 feet long trimmed it up nicely and went back I reached down into the water and started to poke the nickel along towards the other end of the rock where the water was shallow and I could reach it It was slow work Sometimes I would poke It- wasinto the sand and one time I sure it was lost but I dug it up again At last I got it around to the other side of the rock but astonished to nnd that the wi was five feet deep there Then I j 7 5 l It+ Y S jl r I t hought of the tide I jumped to the other side To my horror I saw that the water was three feet over the I hail r AnunningDid you get the nickel asked Mr Kent No snid Mr Pence sadly An eddy of water whirled the sand over it while I was away I put my hand kerchief on the pole ami waved for tltnppedthehandkerchief The tide kept on ris ing until I could rot stay on that side of the tock so I went to tli place where you found me I ex pected every minute that nn alligator or a crocodile or a shark would corn a along and get me It watt awful You should be more oorefnl with our money Simon said Mr Kent You let me keep that bridge ticket for you With your careless reckless disposition in money matters you will be so reduced circumstances when you teach New York that you will have to walk home Mr Pence looked at the millionaire nothingliehridgetickethe placed them in the inner recesses of a drawer During the absence of the relief committee Mr Kent dressed the deer with much deftness and Mr Haven had after some trouble prepared three of the birds for the roasting pan The range glowed with heat and Sidney aided in the preparation prllntietwo dozen bananas and these graced the table Pawpaws were picked front n tree near the bungalow In about two hours the tattle was net withaliumge joint of roast venison anti browned potatoes as the piece de resistance This was flanked by a grouse nail the goldbreasted trum peter which had fallen before the prowess of Mr Kent Sidney had essayed some baking powder bis Iutinurytriumphsome fine claret anti topped off with bananas pawpaws and coffee con- epleted a dinner which will not b forgotten by those who gathered tropiculbungnlow CHAITKU XVIF TilE HURRICANE What does the exploration committee do today asked Mr Kent next morning ns he pushed his chair back from the breakfast table nnd bit the end from u cigar Morton ofhiswere tine Nature must have lies t lated a long while before bhe du cided whether to make you a final cier or a rook I am not sure that she did not make a mistake Come on Hammond you cannot find out mallIet8I do not care to be officious said Sidney but Iwlsb some of you gentlemen would give our committee your assistance for a day or two properJybeJongsmittee anyway The park as we call It is our game and fruit pre serve In an hour any one can shoot grouse quail pheasants or deer and can pick all the bananas we nec awa mbringtrail along the brook is almost im passable Two men with axes can put it in good shape in a day T would like td explore the east shore ieItockweilsuggestthatwork on the traiietItipattIlmmodyboat ap l will not need assistance for n da or crftvStduoywouJdtllke fuIto start across the bay Mr Vi a- ntte th reedecided that p speditedao to explore the coast north of the of the ft trtherIt was therefore agreed that Mr P th iseand Mr Kent the north shore Mr Pence protested vigorously against K Iienthim that lie was under military dlIpline IsInalways customary to shoot those alwaYIibcenk henowedommitteeme to hoot ou I would do it with cheerful promptness Mr Kent examined his rifle criti nily and looked serious Mr Per itsaW he was only joking and wot- Jbe glad to go Each member of t xpedition provided himself with a luncheon anti at eight oclock they B Ledotn w isarmsaffron haze The air was moth listt nndcincent should be landed first that Hammond and Kent should apt anturnematernoonAII were provided with rl and ammunition They soon reached the shore nt a point where it was possible to ncalp the rocks overlooking the ocean Mr Pence anti Mr Vincent left the aft and it was agreed that IiTshould return at about five disapjMr Kent pushed away from sbtand headed the raft for the skybuta egoldenusual number of birds flying past s aneeminglyThere was net a breath of air ahring I believe n storm is brewing said Sidney It is not in sight yet replied hisl retcompanion lnuallyto come out here tomorrow and ccatchder whal we can use for bait The brook is lull of minnows gsaidamong the things in the storeroom Grubs worms or almost anytlibviII no for baiL We might try mosquitoes saW largfiterITo Pe Continued ivM 1 ii j THE LIVING LOED Easter Sermon by the II High way and Byway Preacher firenlent Fnrt In the Untlil Tolln IK tl1 lleaurrreilim wl ClirUI The jlr hr the Unqnirii Jitiha hut III tinnier frlrlirnllnUI- Copyrlcit liy A N ICcllocs News 1lIICTLexcihutLife Vlnnn Gipti hull raised ruin the iliiiJ liKieof se all wltncMts Acts 311 1- 5TllK Living Lord The greatest t In the world lodny Is the of the resurrection of lesi- iiChrist The brightest hope of t lie lii tnan Mice streams from the empty tomb round which thcangclshovcrcd The most potent mosaic which fell upon the car of untO was that spoken by the Heavenly messengers who gladly declared that the crucified Saviour had become the Living Lord It was a dcnd Lord Whom Joseph hr In id sorrowfully away in his own ne tomb hut il was a Living Lord Vimo lId brought forth triumphantly wtis a dead and dispUed Xn an relic Whom the lloman soldiers guarded t t IliK behest of the Jewish leaders who had crucified Him hilt it was a Living iCi ICui1dread rheumy Death stepped fort bringing to His subjects the gift eternal life Tin hand of man a Coui seal the tooth in which rested time dead body the mighty nrm of time powerful lto liuiuset its xvatoh hut when atonement for tin hud been fully paid and Cods mighty angel descended from Heaven his tread shooU the earth ami broke Ihn seal nf mans power and the Hash ing brightness of his countenance en mans rule into the dust of utter help leI siiti It was a dead Lord to Whom the adhearled disciples came to min ister and they found a Liiing Lord uwailing them Who quickly turned thcir trirs hut gtitistrenitts of ju y ntnl their needless offering of embalm ing spiees into the living message Co tellS It Will a Living Lord Vtl luring lliose wonderful days a peared to His disciple nnd talked with them It was the same Living Lord with His resurrected body of flesh and blood Who in triumph re turned lo Heaven and took Ills place ul time right hand of the Father It was time Living Lord Who poured forth Upon Ills waiting disciples nn the day n f CiiIenteecstSpirit and it was Hut Living Lord Whom Iclcr held up before lliil vast assembly of people that iltiy and tai Iti tli atredLiving Lord around Whom every se rainon of be disciples of he early church was hnildrd Take your Itibles idiBee how repeatedly nnd persistently the great fact of Christs resurrection is referred lo U was the Living Lord to Whose mighty power the miracles wrought were credited and in the scene which our text biings before us we lime lame man who sat at the Menu if id grtlc tvilli strengthened nnUlclmncs leaping and praising Sod for Ihe Living Christ we hear the voices of Peter and John declaring to the IIma multitudes haL fod bad raised up from the dead the Prince of Life Whom they bail slain antI that it faith in Him which hind healed the an whom they all knew ami milt e rejoicing of the Heavenly hosts and while tint recording augel is bu 53orentering the names of the newborn souls we see live thousand men accept the truth of the message anti bow al gianct to the Living ChrlslI if WJAViter Message In the small compass olourtisA we Tind croud i the indictment of man time triumph t nUll and the mission of the disciples Christ Knitters message is of this reefltl character Out of the mckiie and death of mans sin was wrought time resurrect jim glory of n iiihiel Lord anti time one command the risen Lord lo Ills duitiip his as tin ye and lell till theworhlof e Living Christ If time Easter light chines not through this Divinely ordered prism its full beauty and its fullineauingarelosl in the suul Mans sin that placed Christ upon the cross on one siili the triumph of the resur el ion morn with the Living Lord on a second side nnd the sensitive rrI tiotmsivejrti side relleeling the glory of it nil as he sends thin light far out mitt the oriti If the glad music of 1ulhrImorn liar not in it the minor strains nf mans need upon which lie Heaven strains of novations song may rest a it does not set the heartstrings nf the disciples to vibrating with the sweet message for others that Kasiher music has not in it Ihe full harmony that can satisfy Time world is familiar with the resurrection story it m arks tbellthent uf tIle clay upon its ce intlentlimrdress for its coming it is ready toIraise its voice to join iu the strain ofIL aster music it bows before tin eiiii tomb il looks iiFi ii the risen viil 1dcr it knows the tIny as one of glad rejoic ing in the churches and with the last grlnl1 burst ofmusic of time eveninl service sounding in its enr it goes back o its activities and its pleasures r adifforgets until another Kaster day dawns At Easter time the story c Living Lord is on everybodys lips fliIli the transforming power of the Living Lord is not felt because the message no longer the full resurrection tuth which starts with mans sin Ye hare killed the Prince of Lite- tand ends with the clear testimony ersonal experience of the risen Lord which cnn ei Whcreof we are wit n dessesTIn Indictment The fact of aILord writes deep and black the indictment of the world Ye haeI chnrgeYourworld nailed him on the er sslhe Easter message of a risen Chirictt brings condemnation to the world while it makes glad with hope the bea oferinghe world be lifted to swell the gladI Easter song of a Living1 Lord while the indictment of sin stands it UnfP No song of rejoicing escapesj rom the prisoner in the dock while the indictment declares his crime ndm he guilt of Jawlessne5S rests ogainstI Im Rather does he plead for mci rcye Outlet some one step before tile a dndletthe prisoner go free and hope s yespringsbirth to the which bursts f jrontcourtroom a free man The world u ntil it is reconciled through Christ Jesus is at enmity against God The uilt ofsin rests against it until out by the pardoning power Jesus1 blood That pardon roust e accepted before it becomes cf ficacious to save from the penalty of sin How Is it possible for the prls ner to gain his liberty if be refuses to accept the pardon which is offered c 7 r Tr ih v him How is it possible for the tvti if i liotintodfrHebeliltdfrteanrtioilJesus EI us go back to that first Kaster itIotIconsider Ihe contrasts between the ioti as timittostriuering Inrg 01swent speeding everywhere with the glad pidfrVainItslit ti Suland dreadful apprehension Kin unforglven sin always awakens ill the is phbroughtThen the world had not learned toI Ld0 pplnrivin tiiienedf sjithe wirld soon the titrueality is cilerithe Saxon goddess whose festival iamrUIIU iiitrTlicfLivingvtor lie is not enthroned in the WhUIIIlipOUUELY there tJ sothewilled bursts from time heart wJiich has been cleansed from all sin by lii Imerintdwhat think fllI it lie hirtirthelid Oh if we could only hear ns tI hears tmiof mmmtimmusic would be di lirgeta pe ohristiluigwould wither and fadeat Ihe touch of the unregcnerati hand of man and Ihe popular celebration of the day would become the darkness of pigiu ism Onl time n rllrlca rcInai thnigt ireuiii luregcncratethe truths of Cods matchless reo Ie thiuitpeis allowed to conic in The voice be it hitP11 fhavithi strains of the glad 1111fir tin siHtiraulhem limit till 1aniiIrrTti at reacha rIorItHeaven than Lit trnli 1111 Ihiali uiri unless tin urt iiIndvoice has felt the power and pros enec of the Living Christ C ATAXS Knstcr Think of Satan celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ We do not want to ap pear irreverent We do not wish to shock time sensibilities of the human bear We know that many many people lire not really Christians be IhoughtItsltnlssrciiiztt their true altitude toward plrhapihIcCods claim upon them We suggest thought of Satans joining in the Kaster rejoicing and festivities so ns to bring out forcibly what Ifaster celebration may mean Cod declares that man mitst either take his stand with Satan or God that he cannot serve two masters This being true which position do yon ccupynuare not standing with God until you have accepted His Son as Saviour and been reconciled to God by Him Yon are standing with Satan if you arc not standing with Clod What docs Kaster mean to Satan The Living Lord Is the sign of hilitternd final defeat It was Satan in the human heart which moved hu an hands to place Christ upon the oss The darkness which settled around the cross in that dying hourhwas filled with Satans hellish he believed he had triumphed atlastinnthe death of the Son of he could he would have kept the Christ shut up in the tomb and Ho knacWhom wicked hands had slain could not be holden of death for God raised Him up Satans power and work were broken completely Could join in the rtjllldngwhith fillet the hearts of the disciples of Jesus nrit that k hnellay in the Easter celebration NOt ore than can the Imps of hell play on the golden harps of the angels or the lost soul of the rich Dives cross over the great fixed gulf and share with taved Lazarus the haven of rest in Abrahams bosom Hut the world has bearnedian faith it has made bold to shore in Christmas joy and Easter rejoicing cndward acceptance of Christian truth and share in its observance while he holds stray in the heart He does nottear the Easter message whciiafreighted with the perfume of flowers the swelling anthems the plaudits of en and thoughtless rejoicing in the risen Lord This let the soul be awak ned to n sense of its position and its p eril as Gods indictment is heard de aring Ye haveTtilled the Prince of Life Whom God bath raised from the dead and Satan begins to tremble and fear the loss of an obedient sub ect T HE Triumph of GodLet us loot Iat another side of our Easter prism and see the Living Lord as the crowning triumph and glory of God Satans power was manifested the death of Christ The power of God was revealed fas He burst the bars of death and brought orth nil Son triumphantly The suhrn m on the cross which atoned ItsO must be 9 i resurtee1tlonra sed your faith Is raid ye are yet your sins lint now is Christ risen om the dead and become the first iita of theta that tlcpt A trlumpb means n foe nnd opposition which are overcome Satan set himself to the task of alienating the human race from God nnd nn nod throughout the es moved steadily to work out this it of redemption lie came to the momtiiit of final triumph when Christ rose from the lend The triumph of Cod in the result lilliIngThe sncceessivc steps which led toe final triumph through Christ Ire teen upon the faith of the human heart as It reached out to wi tri lifellout witnesses in the world There a AhrhiuiiiMtss IlrepureIhThe triumph of Cod involves three eat facts The final and utter de atof Satan the punishment of sin id the salvation of the sinner and t ece were wrought out through the IhflulsInCethsemane anti on Calvary limit the overwhelming defeat was accom ishmetl at the tomb where the dead rist was laid when lie hud offered a filial sacrifice for sin anti where the ning Christ came forth the Prince of Life indeed able to give eternal life to nil who believed on Him The perfect righteousness of God demand that sin should be punished Gods orml must be kept The soul that nnct li He declared it shall die Cod punished sin with death ac ill lug time sinless mUll Christ Jesus putting on Him the penalty which would right fully have been borne bycii to man And not only was sin s lueh but till sinner was stripped 01- his ness righteousf riumupitdiyih ITXISHESXo wonder Peter aftW er tellingof he wonderful triumph of Cod in the resurrection of Christ a ilds whereof we arc itituiesstsIDid you ever notice that t a iost iu Ii allyimigni and practical knowledge They ta err true wilness bearers for Christ They had a positive message They knew Christ was risen trout the duel cammee they hud seen Him hind uithhitl Him and tracing out the phtccy of Cods Word fouud that it was all fulfilled in the Christ The ird side of tour Easter prism is the tell which falls upon the ear of every disciple after he has met and ikrti with the Lord That Jaster ormihiug commission did not involve a theological f raining They were nt lo saturate themselves with lot of theories anti doctrines1 and ImplyIIICbrisl We need trained teachers and picaclicrs Those who are intellectual lrOls well as spiritually equipped for service lint preachers and teachers ihire better thou do others perhaps at their efforts are wellnigh power SS unless the individual Christians le up the message and Go tell iud their message is simple They must know man is a lost sinner and at there is a Living Lord to save he awfulness of sin must be felt as a personal condition of guilt and un LhlngHiouras yon journey to the tomb of a dead hope It is the privilege of every soul meet the 8aiollr thus Then Peters iIH vgc becomes our message V UH the Prince of Life Whom Grf 1raiH1 fjciiteat1 where f li e JeVitnesses thSpiritualqualities of youth Its growth is to a girationer vitality How often have we seer a lily going from to weak il necsweakness to strength The oldest angels are the youngest The lung er n man Jives near Cod rind the nearer he lives to God the more bright and joyous and enthusiastic his spiritual life becomes It take grown men antI close disciples to c t youmtue IOJingI day by tIny A growing old in years rim be a growing young in lifeS S T imesGWhn jCnn He Done yisin it The merchant can ot stop the iniquitous practices of t c lihantThe mother may not be able to eep down the shallow standards t hat bewitch her daughters but she Inn pitch the keyof her own life soI high that the dignity of her soul will rebuke these standards and chic arm them of their power The fa ther unity tint be able to keep his sons front temptations but he ran imself desist from the filthy habit t he loose language the indifferent life that his admiring child is more likely to copy from him than from anyone elseTcnkin Lloyd Jones Cioil nail nlnre The Greeks saw something divine In nature caught glimpses of nniads y the mountain streams anti of dry nils hiding in the summer woods Their ignorance was wiser than cur olti reason which disenchants na ture of love and life lint wiser still the conception which finds God time iuniversal Father above nil through ll anti in nil James Freeman Clarke Trnwt In oil Help us to reach out vast the things we cannot understand tt the God we trust We thank Their for the passing of what changes anti the changelessness of that which passes not Maltbie D Babcock Experience One thorn of experience is worth a whole wilderness of warning James Russell Loarelliintience How well we can afford to watt for sonic of our good things Frances It Havergal Kurnrninriii The earnestness of life is the only passport to the satisfaction of life Parker v t Jr t 4 l 4 b L twi5 4 4 c m CONGRESitiAYSTo The PcmnayHcdiciuc Co of Coltiinbao 04 4 Pe= ru= na is Alt You Claim For It writesTheGentlemen Persuaded by a Mend I have tried your remedy and I havealmost fully recovered after the use of a few bottles lam fully convincedthat Persian Is all you claim for It and I cheerfully recommend your medicineto all who are afflicted with catarrhat truubleDsvld F Wilberberunan Frevrntlve and Cure roe Colds Mr C F Given Sussex X tt Vice President of The Pastime Boating Club writes Whenever the cold weather sets in have for years past Liven very sure to atch a severe cold which was hard to throw off arid which would leave after effects on my constitution the most of the winter tr3Perunawas broken up mind in live days more 1 was a well man I recommended it to several of my friends and nil speak thehighest praise for it There Is nothing like Peruna for catarrhal afflictions t Is JgladlyA Prominent Hlngrr Anted From Los ofVoice Mr Julian Weislilz 175 Seneca Street Buffalo N V is corresponding secretary of The of New 11iSangeniustsocitty of New York rind also the oldest iJ A Good Itrnnon But mamma protested Miss Bui you why are you sending out invi tations for n diamond wedding You havent been married nearly long enough for that Whats that got to do with it de manded Mrs Bulyon Your fathers financial standing would make any thing less than a diamond wedding ab surd Chicago Post Great Deacrt Vamtrm Tim Great Desert of Gobi would Illlthe entire Mississippi valley from Alleghanles to the Rockies Upward of 300000 square miles of Arabia are an uninhabitable waste while the ten rible Sahara is vast enough to cover the whole United States Geographic al Journal lie Told tier Do you keep late hours yonng man naked the binenosed woman of the clerk in the music store Weve got The Clock in the Steeple Strikes One maam if that S what you wantrepliedtheyouth feel lug in his pocket for a cigarette Yonkers Statesman Ve erau itqjrT TUV v y April 13thThie first con Ohliceinors liunie here iu the health of the Vet erans Kidney Troubles are the most com mon cause of ailment very few of the old otherOfpossible for themselves and one of the most popular and useful remedies em wluicheetoderangements Indeed there are among e veterans several who claim to owe PilUForcame to the home from Minneapolis Nina was ven by four in that city He Bnghts Disease and never expected to live through it but hw life wat taycd nnd hi health restored by Dodd ey Pills v lyerywho has used Dodd s Kidney Pills for ni Kidney Trouble has been difappointcd r enhavingay rum Court platttr re plied the nervous ghoomiiyCincu in nati Cornmerical Gazette K heleanwithout smoke ashes or heat Make com fortable cooking CcrahdWili nothing move you eraldineYou talk to me as if I were an automobile Iown Topics PISOB Cure cannot be too highly spoken of as a cough cureJ W OBrien 312 Third Ave N Minneapolis Than Jan0 1000 A light head teldom if ever shed arjr ghtChicago Journal tb 4 4 4 i t 4 4 ti 4 Tbo old InTrlabe virtue ot St Jacobs Oil 4t makes u the kins cure iSprains and Bruises t Price 25c and 5Oe ii t CPNDV CATuATtC s lI1rAi14- lii all tiaO Genuine stamped C C C Never sold la ballc Beware of the dealer who tries to sell soaithhj just as good IiiBeat timinG ON SUM PTION I I cw1SDJZWILDgff J3tclciVlW YVIIL In 1890 Tbe Sangerlnst celebrated ilsxfiftieth anniversary with a large cole b ration in New York City The follow ing is his testimony About two years ago I caught a severe cold while traveling and which settled into catarrh of the bronchial 4tubes and so affected my voice that Iwas obliged to cancel my engagements In distress was advised to try Peruna and although 1 had never used a patent medicine before I sent bra bottle Words but illy describe my surprise iu iinu that within il few days tans greatly relieved and within three weeks I was entirely recovered I am never it now and take an oc casional dose when I feel run down ulfan Weisslitz If you do not derive prompt and sat isfaclory results from the use of Pe runa write nt once toDrIlartman giv ing a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valu able ailviee gratis Address Dr Ilnrtmatt President of The Harlman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio I LAMADEwanrlalfamore mnJ W M Hand SawocfProcaa ahos than any other mmnufactufof In thm weald 25000 REWARD wilt he paid ta anyone who can dUprove tale staTement Because W L isthelarcestmanufaelurcr ho can buy cheaper anid produce his shoes at lower cost than other con cerns which enables hint to sell shoes for 3M and i SOO equal Iu every way to thoso sold elio where for SI aud SCOO Te proceM IeJes produce nb o i l wtILwearonerTbe alea have more than doubled the cast Souryear which itsgivo W UDougiaa ahoea atrUdandaaT mbner aeaonsea2tiuIHusiuestA run SX 8304S070 In Four Yun W L DOUGLAS S4XO GILT LOOt ElidE r Worth SOOO Compared with Other Makes 7he test Imported and American Scathe HealsPatent Calf Enamel Box Cuff Calf Ylcl KM Corona Colt and Rational Kangaroo Feat Color Eyelets Pntlnn The eennine bays W L DOOQLA3 bottomShptlV L llUUiIAJkJfUOCUXUN MASS THE BEST iiOWER 5II BK fXike btloyrwaterprcof ILJWUVAllI workIrOR 3ALt DALLnever equalled neAteR itt oryehlow t lTtf5TflTh andfufyguarontccdiyt IGNOrTnt rl3n AJtawtftcotcIvt1cwmINca tuTtUAF WESTERN CANADA In attraetlne more attention than any other u ufcila the world TheOriDiryol the WorH The Land Sims ihine The fishers Feeding GreunJi for StscbqArea under crop ia I987J38 acres Yield 117922754 ktnbell Abundance of Water Fuel llcoliruls Cheap llulldlne Ma lerlal Good UraaC for paiiuie 1vu and bay a fertile soil a san cient rainfall and a climate a log en aiirpd and adequcte Cs SCcMfl of rrowth SmILE k SiThAD LAtn OP 160 ACKE8 FREE use only ebaneJur which KtlO RaIlwaystapJlieratureto Muperlnlpndrnt IramlariitloaUtlMwn Vunadu or II WlIIIAHR Room t Law Hide Toledo Obio Jllg Four Uidg lndisnpoliInd authorized Celia you wita ccnincati gUlng you reduced railway rates etc FREETOWOMEN VTo the healing and cleansing power or Paxtlne i wewilli4with book of lustructlons a IsI 4 I praising Paxtlne for what It cia has lone In local treat meat of female IIU curIng all Inflammation and discharges wonderfula cleansing vaginal douche tar sore throat Jnasal catarrh as a mouth wash and to remove tartar and whiten the teeth Send today a postal card will do OOrrnlaTHE ATBotton iTO H MESEEKEiS I wfth 541ADMCUILAJ TenneseeKentuclcr Alabama I Oeorpa PRICES REASONABLE Climate I healthful timer very cold or very hot Alt I marketable crops grown and brine better I prices than In the North Rainfall ample I and well ditributediiIll CORRESPONDENCE with Real Estate All Agents In the North Invited rot Pamphlets write to I U F AlanagerNASHVILLE f A LITTLE M3WT1paid each month buys a goOd ilitte aria acres Sbaorunciuaty JaIden fruit bell Smitel 5flOiiiootb ttmhetiaad Irite CbateSsas or Oklahoma and big list farox Eliber state ttamps or illTcr LOTT THE LAND MAN J 4O1 Went 8th St Kansas Cltr Mo r ANAKESIS rI LLlie free and tlmpIeclITCIII POSITIVE Trtb a one bulWiuK Nnw Tork A N KE 1968 WhEN VRITINU TO AUVEHTIHEKS pleiua state that you uiy lUo Advertl f- rtrftt la ISts paper 1T ic f S r it + c czc c FROM ALLOVER THE STATEg rwtt J M tr I THE JURY SELECTED Testimony Is Being Taken in the Jim Howard Case l 1 Frankfort Ky April 9Tue case of James Howard charged with kill 4 I Ing Coy William Goebcl opened hero Wednesday The defense filed altidaxit as to absent witnesses In seeking a Cicontlnuauce The commonwealth ob court heard In chambers t the objection The affidavit of the de tI fense was later admitted and a spe I cial vcuiro of 150 citizens of Wood ford and adjoining counties were or Jdered to be present In court Thursday Ky April 11The se lection of the Jury In the Jim Howard murder case was completed Friday aft ernoon and the opening statements of what the commonwealth and defense expect to prove by witnesses were placed before the court Judge fbi WllHams of the side of the common 1 wealth stated that the prosecution WSI hero In January 1900 for the purpose of killing Goebcl and that on How wrpiii that Youtsey took him to the private wIpointed Gocbel out to him as he cam UI to the capitol and that Howard reward was to be a pardon for a mur iI dcr previously committed Attorney J A Scott for the defense tl stated that the defendant would be able to show the Jury that Youlsey iJhandnot he killed Goebel The Intro tJi ducllon of evidence was begun Satur day morning 4 Sentenced to Death I Lexington Ky April nJames W 2t Bess the stone contractor who killed I Mrs Martha Martin here March 6 i was Friday morning presented before Judge Parker who fixed the date for BesIwas smiling and smoking a cigar He declared himself to be innocent Justt jjprovious to the passing of the sen tcncc Judge Parker overruled Bess motion for a new trial Hess attorne r gave notice of an appeal A Fire at Russellvllle t Russellvillc Ky April nFlrot originating In an unknown manner In Simmons Krocerycarly Friday de slroyed about 25000 worth of prop I t erty Losses are Mrs Simmons qt grocery 2500 Insurance 1000 A C Hodscn dry goods 15000 in I surance 8000 D W Caldwell loss on buildings 6000 insurance 4000 Other buildings were sUghtly dam aged Jumped Over High Dam 4i I7 Lancaster Ky April 10 William Spencer a mulatto of this city nar rob escaped death He was JCo 4 turning hero from Lincoln county and a when he reached Diiddorars mill dam which Is feet high his horse be I t came frightened nnd Jurrped over the 4 dam Into the vrtcrs of Dlx river The q1L 1 horse was drowned and Spencer res tZcued by the heroic work of mill hands tsr A Competitive Contest Versailles Ky April 9SenatorJo hardJtced by personal appointment has decid l cdto hold a competitive contest in determInetfor cadet at the Annapolis naval acad emyS v An Enjoining Suit Henderson Ky April 9S A Young a leading citizen flied suit to enjoin the city council from grant lag plants and individuals outside lihe city limits the privilege of using ole c tricky furnished by the city plants The council had derided to grant these rt4FiCold Storage and lee Co Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest t Lexington Ky April 11 Joseph 1 B Harris representing Kentucky Wes leyan college at Winchester Ky won t I f the JGlh annual state intercollegiate IToratorlcal contest here Friday night Other contestants represented Central university State college Kcnlucky university and Georgetown colleg- ejj R i Arm Torn Off at the Shoulder Wllllamstown Ky April IL EJ n c McNay a prominent citizen of this t county at his home near Dry Ridge was running a portable sawmill and while oiling somo part of the engine idIshouldersDeath From Paralysis r Hopklnsvllle Ky April UWm G p MaRble a prominent citizen died at the home of his soninlaw E W Wai i d toillralYJlLouisa county Virginia but moved to Kentucky when a young man Cut in Two By a Train Lexington Ky April nSltfney p 4Ttogersaged 21 years wan killed by a freight train on the Lexington Fast crn road at Dundee Rogers got on hoard the train to go to Jackson and Sin Bomo way fell under the wheels i His body was cut In two Veteran Horseman Dies Lexlnltonl Ky April IL David J the wejlknown horseman re siding near Paris Ky died at his r4it nrhome Friday morning In his 68th year Heart disease Is given as the cause of depth p Snatched Money From His Hand Mayfleld Ky April 10SImon a Southalltts oflcIIsa8 the men who snatched rnhr in Both were ariested 51j Batle Heiton Surrendered P Somerset Ky April 10Batlc iJ- Ylcllon who killed John Klngand mi r tally wounded Joe Love of this place at Williams Siding Sunday has surrendered tb1 Love Is still alive but his i recoverylsdoubICuI Prof Thos F Leary Dead t Covlngton Ky April 9Word was received hero Wednesday from Hart i tford Clto theeffect that Prof Thos f F Jeary formerly a wellknown citi i Ic zen of Covington had died there 1bI firof Lear was assistant treasurer l1tI of Covlngton many years ago Chid Burned to Death v J Bowling r nKyjAprll 8 The v4yearpd qhid or Mrs Fannie Wll Ifmsof this city was burned to deatnIlechUJssidrtt caught tire I whl4 h war ztaJLng In r n9t tbe t I G ii i IJ s i1J I fisL7 t z1yiis 41 44 WOODBURN FARM Famous Kentucky Breeding Establish mentWIII Not Be Sold Lexington Ky April 1OWiOlt burn farm It was announced hero Thursday night will be rim as a wholo In the Interest of all the heirs of the lato A J Alexander nnd not dismem bered as at first proposed Lucas lirodhead who for many years has been manager of the establishment has resigned that position and Dr A J Alexander the eldest son of the fa mOils breeder will conduct the breed Ing Interests of the place It will bo the purpose of Dr Alexander to re gain the former glory of the place as a breeding farm for thoroughbred horses Harry Ttassctt Norfolk Duke of Magenta Kingfisher and many great ones came from that place RILEY BROCK ARRESTED Was Charged With Gambling His Wife Paid His Fine llarrodsburg Ky April ITen hite men who were caught by the olice in a tenement house Tuesday night gambling at craps and poker ere tried at midnight nd heavily fined Among them were three from Jesamlnocount who were here to attend court day stock sales and ex hibits Two were named Stolls anJ one Riley frock who married Dora the divorced wife of Gen Clay of Madison county frocks wife drove here from NIcholasvlllc Wednesday paid her husbands line and took him homo Ate Limburger CheesewLouisville Ky April nMrs L Taylor and Louise Taylor her 12year old daucht rtJCcamescrlousTy ill aft ec eating limburgcr cheese Friday aft crnoon A physician was summoned and found them suffering from plo maine poison They are in a danger ous condition Mrs Mary Ryan anti Mrs Mary Taylor also became III as a result of eating the cheese but recovered after a few hours Disposes of Office of JailerlIllndman Ky April 9rlng Sta- yc jailer of this county who has also ben running hotel and livery stable has disposed of his property and his place as jailer for two years and eight months to Dr J W Duke The latter will tako charge of the jail and other property May 1 Stacy probably will move to a farm In the country McCarty Prepares Himself For Death Lexington Ky April 10 Deputy Sheriff C H WIlkerson of Fayette county has ordered from Cincinnati rope to be used in the execution of William McCarty the wifemurderer May 1C McCarty has given up all hope of having his sentence commuted to lire imprisonment and is preparing for deathlReceived Their Sentences Richmond Ky April 11In the J till circuit court Andrew Johnston for tbo murder of Asa Abner and Robert Dillingham colored for the murder of a white man were given ten years each Nelson Emery charged with kill- Ing his father got 16 years Noted Horse Trainer Is Dead Lexington Ky April 10F V It Hull for 47 years head trainer txt Woodburn farm died there Thursday morning aged 76 years Ho developed IaudS Harold Wedge wood ant scores of other grCIZDb41It I leaves a wife and two daughters Stiff Fines Lexington Ky April 9 Wednes day Ken Walker and Lon Herr wer a each lined 100 and costs on a jury trial for permllllng minors to play billiards In a room conducted by them Ed Graves confessed to leasing a room for gaming purposes and was fined 200 and costs- Methodist Minister Marries Columbia Ky April 9Tire mar rlago of Rev S A McKay and Mlsa Gertrude Grady was solemnized at tho Methodist church Wednesday morn- Ing Rev S G Shelley officiating The groom Is a Methodist minister of sul phur Springs Shot and Killed His Brother Lancaster Ky April 9John Met calf shot and killed his brother Uen Mctcalfc at the home of their father on White Lick creek In this county as tho result of a quarrel John Met calf was arrested He claims that ho shot his brother In selfdefense Granted a Special Franchise Lexington Ky April 10The city council adopted a special ordinance granting to the Lexington Eastern Railroad Co right of way through some of the streets of tho city to cna ble Jt to approach its contemplated new depot on East Main street Called to a Pastorate Ilopklnsvllle Ky April nRevHenry C McGill of the senior class of the Southern Baptist theological seminary at Louisville has been called to the church at Howell in this county and will take charge at once His home Is at Sturgis Elected Police Judge Campton Ky April 11W B Duff a prominent attorney of this city was elected police judge by the council anti will enter upon the discharge of his duties as soon as his commission arrives Horseshoers Strike Newport Ky April IOThehorse sheers of Kenton anti Campbell cOlin ties went out on strike Thursday Tho trouble Is not as regards the wage scale but Is over the union stamp The master horseshoers say they will stand pat Will Drill Wells Mt Sterling Ky Aprlll0Penn sylvania oil men are here preparing to drill wells on Hog creek this coun ty on lands purchased of B W Hall The company is headed by D P JhielOs of Pittsburg Died of His Wounds Louisville Ky April 9Lee Carto colored who was shot and pieces by Dennis Ripe his fatherIn law at Lyndon this county on Monday died Wednesday afternoon Tbo charge against Rice has been changed to murder A Burglar at Seventeen Greenup Ky April 9George Wll sonor East Liverpool 0 was con vlcled of hojsebreaklng Wednesday and wjll be tent 10 the Kentucky slate reform school at Lexington He Is only 1tyearsofke i r t1t J 1 f lf ift pi Y 1 j r it IN YELLOWSTONE PARK President Jloosevelt Will View Its Wonders For 10 ia3t He With John Burroughs the Natur alist Will Closely Study the Na ture of the Various Animals That Inhabit the Park Aberdeen S D April 7Iresidentm Roosevelt Monday kota and made more speeches than onlany other day during his present He began with two speeches at Sioux Falls Monday morning and ended hism 12lh speech Monday evening at decn The speeches were confined fortthe most part to the tariff and to holigeneral prosperity of the country nil his speeches Monday he followed closely the lines of his former addresses on these subjects The presit dent was accorded a cordial welcomes at many of the different stopping p lacesLllismarek N D April 8 Standing In tho private office of ROT White at the state capitol Tuesday afternoon President Roosevelt received the as surance of the friendship and support of the great Sioux Indian tribe and similar assurances from the chiefs of the Mandans and Grosventres Tweni ty of the most distinguished chieftains of the tribes had rome from their agencies to see the Great Fatheuit assure hmiof their support and good will Ther were many famous Indians in the aSsemblage John Grass the orator and chief Justice of the Sioux made the presentation of tho tribes good will in n translation of the address which had been agreed upon In council of the chiefs At tho same time Grass presented the prcsl dent with a peace pipe of beautifully carved plpcstone In token of the good ilt and friendship of the Indians Cinnabar Mont April 9Presl dent Roosevelt Is In the fastness of Yellowstone park anti for the next 16 days he expects to enjoy complete rest and cessation from public duties lie will be in almost dally communication with Secretary Loeb at Cinnabar but nothing except of the utmost Importance will be referred to hits In company with John Burroughs the naturalist who accompanied him rom Washington Roosevelt will close y study the nature of the various ani parkIforward to t some and he was In a particularly happy frame of mind when he led the cavalcade Into the park Every trail leading into the preserve is closely guarded andno one will be allowed to disturb the presi dents solitude Ills headquarters willpbe at the home of Maj Pitcher intcndcnt of the park A number of camps have bcen established in dif ferent localities and these will be occupied by the president from time towt imetar Mont April lOoSecre tary Ioeb received no word from the president Thursday beyond ths an nouncement Thursday morning thatpie had left his headquarters on a into the parktCinnabar Mont April 11Secre tary Loeb received no word from President Roosevelt Friday The pres ident is in the mountains at a camp 40 miles from his headquarters When he started for this place Thursday morning It was his intention to re main there for a number of days Snow fell Friday In the vicinity in which the president has gone but the fall apparently was not heavy John Burroughs did not accompany sijjferlngtsappe re1 tfDur roughs intention to Join the president Saturday While Mr Burroughs will be with the president off and on dur ing his stay in tho park he will not accompany him on all of his trips The president Is studying animal and plant life in the park ard is enjoying himself there Cinnabar Mont April 13A soldier came In to Fort Yelowstone Sun day from the presidents ramp He reported that the president was well anti that he bad seen a largo quantity o r game THE CZARINA IS ILL She Is Reported in a Serious Condition From PerItonitis Paris April 10A dispatch to Rappel from St Petersburg Thursday morning states that the czarina is suf feting from peritonitis Her nccouchc mcnt is expected soon and this gives rise to grave apprehension The czar Rappel says Is conslanlly by her majestys bedside The causo of her Illness is a severe cold which she contracted several days ago Sho ts In a serious condition The czarina before her marriage to Czar Nicholas was the grand duchess AllxVictoria of Hesse and the Rhine She Is the sister of Ernest Louis head of the family of Hesse Easter Sunday at the Vatican Rome April 13Easter Sunday hero was marked by magnificent weather A private mass was held at the vat can with a few select guests The pontiff was present but for the first time in his pontificate be did not off ciate personally Adm Schley Leaves For Washington Chicago April 13AdmSehley and his party left for Washington Sunday night after a two days visit In Chicago The admiral has entirely recovered from his threatened attack of grip Loubet to Visit King Edward London April noThe probability of Prdesldcnt Loubet returning King Edwards visit Is warmly welcomed in England It will be the first visit of the head of France to England since Napoleon IIIs visit to Queen Victoria In 1855 Appointments Ratified Rome April nThe pope Friday ratified the appointment oflRt Rev Henry Tkloeller of Columbus as coat jutor archbishop of Cincinnati and of Rt Rev John Glcnnon as coadjutor archbishop of St Louis Anniversary of Lees Surrender Plttshurg April 10Large assem blies In Pittsburg and Allegheny Thursday night celebraud the anni versary of Lees surrender to Grant at Appomattox 38 years ago Old city hall was packed with 0000 men and women Alabama Will Have No Exhibit Montgomery Ala April 10TIt Alabama commissioners appointed to arrange for a state at u Islana Purchase exposition have altar doned the plan of having tho state rep resented by an exhibit r fx J i t f SECURE A FREE HOME IN THE FERTILE WHEAT FIELDS OF WESTERN CANADA To tire Editor The emigration of welltodo farm rs from the United States to the Canadian Northwest has assumed Mich proportions that organized ef forts are now being made by inter ested persons timid corporations to leinIUitilt11estate Interests in the States front emigratlnn111ktslation has tnktn from numerous states thousands of 1nneKtatcs made business for the trans portation companies The move wlrlely1mof vacant lands along these nes parties vho might have beat ed then being attracted to the free and more fertile lands of Canada lmt result of the movement inns been hat the not olll flelines remain vacant hut they also ee hundreds of substantial farmers who have helped provide business for these ri iliiays move nwny rind so cense their contributions The farmers have moved to Canada be cause they were convinced that it ould be to their financial interest to do so in moving they mare been inconsiderate enough to place tI own financial imuteruciore those of tI 4lti interests of the rail way corporations- In addition to the railway corporation real estate dealers arc work Ing to stem the how of emigrants Ol course every emigrant who goes t e Canada means the loss of com missions on land deals by real es tate dealers Now II person has but to know what tine interests are that are trying to stop the low to know what motive is influencing their course The emigration means financial loss to railway corporations and to real estate mien These interests therefore are not directing their op position efforts out of any love for the departing emigrants or out of any high patriotic motives either They are doing so purely from self ish interests It is a matter of dol lars and cents with them They arc s o patriotic they are so consumed by love for their fellow citizens that they want to prevent these fellow citizens going to Canada and getting free farms of the best wheat land in the world anti instead they want toomake them stay on high priced fnrins iri the United States where theyviii continue to pour money into the pockets of these railways and real e fiOnethese interests to stem the tide is ire distribution of matter to newslpainting Canada in the dark IsO colors These articles emanateschiefly from a bureau in St LouisIThey are sent out at frequent vals for simultaneous publication A riter is employed at a high salary o prepare tire mutter Moreover statements absolutely at variance with the truth Inure lately iecn published broad cast These up ear chiefly in what purport to be letters from persons who are alleged t have gone to Canada and become disgusted with it Only a few of such have been published and they contain statements that are absurd in their falsity Whether the parties whose names appear in connection with these letters have ever been in Canada nn l if so their history while there isi to be thoroughly looked into The discovery of their motive like th discovery of the mo the of the inr j e en ineerin th opposition nrnyprt i iIlunTrmng In the meantime however it may be pointed out that only a few of such letters have appeared but since 1897 over 87000 American set tiers have gone to the Canadian West Can any reasonable person suppose for a moment that if Cana da was onequarter as bad as repre sented in these letters the 87000 Americans now there would remain in the country or if the Canadian West had not proved the truth of all that was claimed for It the papers of every State in the American North Vest would not be filled with letters saying so o Imagine 87000 aggressive Americans deceived and not making short shift of their deceivers The fact is the 87000 are well satisfied and are encouraging their friends to follow them Anyone who sees any of these dis Intl raging letters should remember that it is railway and real estate Interests who have from purely selfish reasons organized a campaign to stem the flow to Canada If Canada were half as bad as represented there would be no need of such an organi zation The fact that such exists is of itself a magnificent tribute to Canada Finally it should not be for gotten that the letters published are brimful of falsehoods and that 87000 satisfied Americans in the Canadian West constitute a living proof that such Is the case The Canadian Government Agent whose name appears in advertise ment elsewhere in this paper Is authorized to give all information as to rates and available lands in Western Canada Famoni Pictures Ruined The Rome correspondent of the Daily Mall says that owing to unscientific treatment while they were being renovatedseveral famous pictures belonging to the Rosso palace at Genoa have been lost to the world The paintings included two Van Dycks a Carlo Maratta a Pris Bordone a Va lerio Castelli and two Guido Renis The cleaning was intrusted to apro fessed cleaner who washed the paint- Ings with an alkaline solution which completely destroyed them It is stated that tbe Van Dycks were among the most valuable specimens of his work The loss is Incalculable Pint Great Elephant Cateher The Indian government made an elephant department that grew with the years Men were paid well to study the ways of elephants the best methods of taking them gnd keeping them India was dotted with depots for train- Ing themheadquarters for men like Petersen Sehlb This man the first great elephant catcher reduced the process of their capture to a science taking not one or two but SO in a coupa herd complete like the herd sleeping with easy minds beyond the ChengreeEverybodyMagazine Leie Maject- yilrs KnickerrWasnt it dreadful Somebody mistook Mrs Blank for her cookMrs BockerAnd what happened r Mrs Knicker The cook left Stray Stories Recreation Too much recreation fails to iccre IIttj1 ago pails Newst t1 i t fr ALMOST INGINERA TED Nathan Morris One of the Best Known Lawyers Lost His Life His Nephew Also Burned to Death Mother Two Daughters a Son and the Governess Were Moresor Less Injured Indianapolis Ind April 13 Nathan Morris one of tho bestknown attor neys of Indiana anti Frank Haas the 12yearold son of Dr Joseph Haas were turned to death Sunday morning and Mrs Joseph Haas Miss Dello Haas Miss Rose Haas Louis Haan and Grace Iemoi a governess were Injured more or less seriously The residence of Dr Joseph Hans at 521 North Alabama street was nearly burned to the ground The fire started at 3 oclock from the furnace Tine family was asleep on the second oor Mr Morris was a brother of Mrs Haas From the position of his charred body when found It was evtt dent ho was endeavoring to set f bamilycome by smoke and flames The flra men succeeded In saving tire other members of tho family after heroic work so rapidly tIllthe names spread The boil Frank Ifaas and tire tin Conscious governess were found on the back stairs Louis Ham broke hia IOR jumping from a secondstory win dow Mr Morris was the senior member of the wcllJihusyn commercial law firm of Morris Nerger He ia prnctkellThe injured members of the Hsfamily are still in a serious condition though It Is believed all will Mrs Haas and one of her recoverS arc suffering and It was feared at fi syrstD hrclans In the city was at LIma Ind visiting his son at military school FLOODING A BURNING MINE Sluice Cut From a Dam Made on the Shore of the Ocean Sydney N S April 13Through a sluico cut from a dam made on the shore of the Atlantic ocean and opentcing Into the old water p mouringf the Dominion Coal Co at the rate of nearly three and a half million gal lons an hour The pit Is flooded up to the seventh level anti there are four more levels to be flooded before tho re Is reached This will require a stimated 450000000 gallons of water The depth of the water Sunday at the lower end of the pit was about 170 jshaftt will take five more days to flood the mine to such an extent that the entire fire area is submerged TENDERED HIS RESIGNATION Assistant Attorney General Beck Will Resume His Lay Practice Washington April 13It Is announced that Assistant Attorney General James 11 Beck tendered his reslg nation to President Roosevelt before the presidents departure for the west In tendering his resignation Mr Beck took occasion to express his pride and gratification at having been privileged to serve under the presidents admin istration and that of his predecessor He will resume the practice of law in New York and Philadelphia TO ON STRIKE Union of Steam Shovelers and Dredgers Chicago Went Out Chicago April 13The local union of steam saovelmen and dredge men Sunday night voted to go on strike Monday to enforce their demand that the scale paid in Chicago shall apply to all men sent outside of the city c dredging contracts The strike it is said may spread to all of the 800 mem bers of the union employed on the great lakes TO COVER UP THE CRIME Boy Murdered and His Body Thrown on the Railway Tracks Grand Rapids Mich April 13An autopsy Sunday on the remains of 7 yearold Charles Polmann whose headless body was found on the Lake- Shore tracks on Friday revealed the fact that he had been shot through the head It is believed that the boy was killed by some playmate who threw the body across the tracks to cqver up the crime Editor MacGowan Dead Chattanooga Tenn April 13Col John E MacGowan the veteran edl torInchicf of the Chattanooga Time and one of the oldest and bestknown newspaper men in the south died Sun day afternoon at his home on Mis slonary ridge Burned a Negros Body Shreveport La April 13The body of Ed Porter the Negro who killed Mrs Matthews and In turn was killed by officers was taken to the head of Texas street by a mob of about 100 men placed on a funeral pyre and cre mated Can Maintain Separate School Topeka Kiln April 13The supreme court decided that the Topeka board of education can maintain sepa rate schools for white and Negro chll dren and can compel the Negro chll dren to attend the Negro school Fire at Dysart la Dysart la April 13Flre started Sunday morning with an explosion In the Fair store owned by J A Dayton The Dayton store Mayser Lums dens drug store Welso Schroeders market and the post office were burned Killed Son and Wounded Landlady Buffalo N Y April 13Joseph Kwaltkowskf 51 years old a representative Polish citizen is locked up at police headquarters charged with shooting his landiady and killing his own 9yearold boy Severe Wind Storm Salt Lake City April 11A severo wind storm accompanied by rain hall end snow Is raging throughout the entire intermountain region The wind at some points reached a veloc ity of between 35 and 40 miles an hour Died on a Train Baltimore April 13A man sup posed to be Ls Manaffe a cotton bro ker of Philadelphia died on a Penn sylvania railroad train Sunday night near Bowie Ifd He was on his way from Ozark Ala to Philadelphia 10 iiiJ E s r TWO SIGNALS There are two serious OfiJkldny The first sig nal comes from the back with ntimcr o eilspains Tlnehsignal comes in the kidney secre tion s tire urine is thin am pale oretoo highly colored nail showing brickdustlike deposit Urination ia infrequent totfrequent or excessive You heed these danger signals before chronic complications set inWd betes Dropsy Brights disease 7ake Doans Kidney Tills in till tfud the cure is simple J F WalmvrJyMTof the firm of B ones IJrfliwright painters and contractors Tulask Va says Four orxfve times a year for the rtfst few years I have suffered mybackDuring these spells I was in such misery from the constant pain and idling that it was almost impossible for me to stoop or straighten and it really seemed as if the whole small of my back had given away At times I also had difficulty with the kidney secretions which were discolored irregular and scalding rind I was also greatly distressed with headaches and dizziness I used number of recommended remedies but I never found anything so successful ns Doans Kidney Pills Ir hen I heard of them I had an at tack ami p7fwvMrc l a box of them Ina itv days tire pan TT mrm i rli appeared the trouble with the kid ney secretions was corrected and my stem was improved generally I ave every confidence in Doans Kid ney Pills A FREE TRIAL of this great kid ney medicine which cured Mr Wain wright will be mailed to any part of the United States on application nnITnlO1N50 cents per box Even With himMr Flirty taunting treeldayarcaticIhInds idowllelroit Free Press MARKET REPORT Cincinnati April 11 Butcher steers 5 00 5 1- 5CALVESExtra 7 50 775- OGSChM packers 7 25 h 7 35 Mixed packers 6 90 7 25 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neces sary to enable the best of the products of modern commerce to attain permanently- to universal acceptance However loudly heralded they may not hope f worldwide preeminence unless they meet with the general approval not of Individuals only but of the many who have the happy faculty of selecting enjoying and learn ing the real worth of the choicest prod ucts Their commendation consequently becomes Important to others since to meet the requirements of the well formed of all countries the method ot manufacture must be of the most per fect order and the combination the most excellent of Its kind Tho above Is true not of food products only but Is espe daily applicable to medicinal agents and after nearly a quarter of a century of growth and general use the excellent remedy Syrup of Figs Is everywhere accepted throughout the world as the best of family laxatives Its quality Is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative and carmin ative principles of plants known to act most beneficially on the system and pre seated in the form of a pleasant and refreshing liquid but also to the method of manufacture of the California Fig Syrup CO which ensures that uniformi ty and purity essential In a remedy In tended for family use Ask any physi clan who Is well Informed and he with answer at once that it Is an excellent laxative It at all eminent In his pro Cession and has made a special study of laxatives and their effects upon the system he will tell you that It Is the best 3t family laxatives because it is sim ple and wholesome and cleanses and sweetens the system effectually when a laxative is needed without any un pleasant aftereffects Every wellin formed druggist of reputable standing knows that Syrup of Figs Is an excel lent laxative and Is glad to sell It at the regular price of fifty cents per bot tle because it gives general satisfac tion but one should remember that In order to get the benefit il effects of Syrup of Figs It Is necessary to buy the genuine which Is sold In original paclr ages only tha name of the remedy Syrup of Pigs and also the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co packageI THE WINTER BUGS REVENCE Relallntra Upon a IrjJnK Enlomolo Wit Who Token Into Its Fam ily Illitory 3 almchgan abugimagie a bug would respect It would be an entomologist for he spends his life in thei- nlnftrng of the bug pecie but teems ot t35 the St Paul Globe This how ever was an exaggerated case as the oltIlchignbugnallapsednto everbec cupation of chasing bugs It was undobt nty a thjitTiiw not he modern spirit of scientific tion that the professor uybody into its manner t nd desired no aiitancea sketh for It can be fairly aid the very bet bilof the winter H to be that the summer a kindlier nature and knows a about modern science as she worked A SOCIETY PAIL- Dtry Hnil Her otlon Alum luff llrfore Curnti In urnfnltlr Form Mary ian humble but i irdisperuable servitor in an tatirant In the Small hours of ing she comes in and dean the and the bar fioot that the presentable to tine patrons of the Kecerrtly fbe after her ill the morning until the steward r Times1lease toa mke4utinued saidIIts about that leansup lte plalt above I a Irw I BBirffarffia DCtcome along JI ell 1oue trther3r ele Ir look at ItOIiexpect a lady to come ruy be guest and have a pail ndtappreciating Marys were the tears glistening in her eyes the wouldnt DEPEWS LATEST A Tara That lies Sot hoar the Glacial Senator Depchd7 Period new showed up at the senate one da and that in itself Is worth vestigators recently have on a occasions traced back some of tales to the glacial period But Depew story is really good says more Herald When I arrived home ini said the senator was by an old lriihman I hethe hotre hUt wife lIridlet ins I beg yure pardon tinator he kind muff to tell me phawtfc about cloture in th we noon paapers Cloture f replied thats renators from talking Tkape the finntors mumI Iike Then after a Sins tor r- Veil If I can Mike get Bridget t run will yez give her yure suppart Preclou Girls Beryl Yes I know the sincere in his attentions to trillerSibyl loves LaxativeI and that is why 1ta he tention to tritleshialtimore Mother Grays Sweet For Children uoeJ by Mother in Childrens Home Mew York Colds cure Feverishness Stomach and Teething strov Worms Jill Druggists FRfiK Address ASOlmstedLe Pleasures of City UfekirtHow do you like the new into whichou have moved DamehltII perfectly lovely Weekly a within a Upton laTkttb your wifes fixture Cyril Donh Seems iont see her moving around and Coaatry Funny thing about s that They h awholndadelpbla care for eelfmade To Cure A Cold In One Take Laxative Bromo Quinine druggists refund money if it fails The fellow who sits down and his rich relations to die that they are worth their watt 1mladelphia Record It a poor poster girl that upCiiicago Daily News Hope and hustle enable a ends Chicago Daily News Putnam Fadeless Dyes color and Cotton at one boiling Respectability is riot conferred alone Chicago Journal Universal A J F4The Best r Miss Gannon Secy Detroit Art Association tells women what to do to pain and suffering caused female troublesSI can conscientiously recommend E Vegetable to those of my sisters with female weakness and troubles which so often befall I suffered for months with weakness and felt so weary1 had hard work to keep up Ishooting pains and was utterly In mv distress I was ad to use Iydla R Plnkhnraa Compoundand it was letter day to me when I took The dose at that time my restora began In six weeks L was a woman perfectly well in respect I felt so elated and that I want all women who to get well as I didMisCANNON 359 Tones St Detroit Mich Amateur AssociationSoooff5Jt IfogInatoI cannot ke Is clearly shown In this letter that Lydia EVegetable Compound surely euro tire sufferings ofand when ono considers Miss cannons letter is only of hundreds which we have the virtue of Mrs Pinkhams mcdi must be admitted by all WANT YOUR TRADE L of us at whole i nnnJSSnd save money ulguetherecept of 15 cents trade with uswhynot y- ouyi7a I CHICAGO Tire house that tells the truth J A Genuine Cinch cannot possibly escape me he listieralyatid with folded arms as at with disdainful defiancer glance 1 know you are beautiful Iant poor that you are wealthy I am homely that you are and as bad as any one could imagine Yet is a really decent deserving fel after you and as we are characters in novel he shall be thrown over his heart shattered and I shall win at the lat There i no help for il is no help for am the Teal though it is all aliuge farce to me the force of hnn logic andwishing save the author a lot of agony andSreaders a lot of suspense arid hard she surrenderedriatefutiatheias to What Incle Itrnben Saras f was IXhcon White of our church was gwine to sell his mewl an send to de benighted heathen of Africa he wa saved de trubble by some be heathen of America stcalin de ant an a wheelbarrer to boot Detroit Press Preferred to lie Alive Charming widow isnt heT i say sbe is to marry again Mgy1wouldnt want to be a widow husband Well Id rather be a widows second than her first doncherknow TitBits Off Ills Fred I serve you some nice carried this morningairl asked the ob Curried eggs repeatedjhe guest f ii e I Ptnuareshtte our Inding novelist was grubbing lat Wednesday some person who undoubtedly a friend of the reading pub the manuscript of his latest novels Constitution Chicago i NorthWestern ii the only track railway between Chicago and Missouri River man who makes a mountain out of molehillnill never reach the top Topics Overland Limited solid train Chi to the Coast Chicago Union NorthWestern Line consists rather in giving eea thap much Cicero pig n SYRUP OF FIGS IRecommended bu- M Manu Millions of- I 1 The Wellinformed Throughout the World Manufactured bg FRNLIYRUP s Tracksco Cal LouisVille 1151 New York N Y 4voR 9L1iYALL LEAZ1VG DRUGGST5 PRICEFIFTY CErTS PEI2JJfTTLZ mi4st I b A 4iwti OWIH68VILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLIShING CO1L8 VINGSVILLE KY I 4 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Addressall communications to wiallI KyCUP4 u address Should always ghe previous address when writinghi tionery should mention tact on- t a 8pnrate SUP of paper nTHURSDAY APRIL 16 1903 9 ANNOUNCEMENT For Circuit Court Clerk announcIe ames L Conner as n candidate for Circuit Clerk of Bath county sub jpcl to tho action of the Democrat I ic party Election November 100 3co We are authorized to announce Jusoti J Mark as n candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of IJuth cOlin ty subject to the action of the Democratic party 1 CARTER HARRISON retained l eligibility to the Democratic Vice Presidential nomination by petting s elected for the fourth time Mayor r of Chicago Tuesday n w otcngo US Circuit Court of A t Jfrils completely knocked out t great railroad trust known us the Northern Securities merger The i Supreme iL- r Court will finally pass y TEDDV ROOSEVELT is rusticatn t in Yellowstone National I rh etudying botany zool0B7tXB 4C and kindred a e few of the art pohW11 state t marhhip barred liM8 n rt QpnJJthat if his n1mt 1rgn on the ballots there would a 1I in the courts of 7 IUlYbrenkf A SENSATION was created on the rdccipt by Coy Beckham of a tele gram from John K Uendrick in which the former was addressed itsis Boss Hendrick Pi ys he didnt do it the Western Union manager z1 f says the word wasnot in the origin ul copy and it is up to eoraebndi alee to tell who edited Mr lien b l pricks copyi jIJ fP BEKCKINUIDGE didnt put up his C entranoe money for the Guberna tonal stakes within the time slip Jt lated br the Democratic Commit T srliich s interpreted to mean i Miatbe wilt cUiai his rights under 4 The Carroll nw governing primary elections There i likely to be a j4ltt of politics before the next Gov rnnr takosihis seat r i CORRESPONDENCE Sour SpringshIt is still not mu h 4Irplowing done yet We had a good meeting last Sunv J ielWo do sympathize with the peo plo to whom the windstorm d damite The jig froSt1 Til7KfMreoent did not kill the fn The Lord can save when no bue can hinder j pdessaaQuito a number from here at I tendedchnrch at Slate Valley Su lZ daya11z1i 34 Farmers are getting behind with theirwork considerably on accon 2Lr of 80 much rain 4 Dr A W Jones sold to Morton ICrump iitfs buggy horse Dreifusr 4a Jlast weekvr 50 dZ Kick Burns of Prickly Ash bought a amaltow and five p1 of from T J Vice last week for 1550 ndIraoyed to the Dickens propet He and hIs fatherinlaw Manley of Slate Valley have 2c rented and opened up the bfack t i smith shop here and ore how ready forwork 9 4F Uppor PrIcklyMhbGeorge poorlytMrs Frances Hamilton came in ss from Roes Run last weekw4Jfc Riley Chandler boughs a horse ef Thomas Honaker 10175 Mrs Amanda Shears of Lozlng f ton is visiting her sister Mrs W JZ4 J Sbrout this weekwgIt Jameb Harper of Catlettsburg visited Daniel Harper and family V from Thursday till Sund1Yfi 4w Thomas Stone nnd wife will ma- iceD tbls week below MJairJ Miss Walter Mae Batlllf visited t1V Miga Alice CuldweH nt Sharp9c z burg Saturday night and r Dr Zack Wells of Preston Tis ItedJacks nMnrklaud and fnmily and Tbomas Ensorand family 1118t n Rev Crump visited his parerht4 in Nicholas Co last Z brought hl9 sister up with him to vlaltMrs Thomas Reid li Eid Zimmerman preached nn elegantserxnonSundaytoa fairly 4p goodtized We hope lies 0 ipc CAIgpmery Co arid John Coyle and j 4JI wltEof lower Priokly Ash visited MruJeunle Hamilton Sunday and Monday H Rev Snapp of Nicholo Co came night to Thomas Fr lneed8aOltheanflRecrrumpbe 4f 4tan II protracted meting nt Fa Pi t jits schoolhouse Sunday sc I t i i r i 0 f t+ f a 94 j IL iY Jut w 4iNc Beech Woods W S Gudgell lost n mare li y tII lust weak T Coyle and littlo ilutigh to r visited at Whole Baileys Sunday Last Wednesday we had a severe wind storm which blow down John son Stones stable and sooio of thoI ndow lights out of the house Saturday as Oscur Horse II was returning from town the mule ho was riding fell down with ii hurting his arm arid bruising in somcwhittsTuESIcrMraLou Ella Horse man has been quite sick tho paet week Maude Bailey is tick be lo S li1tileyMoores Ferry Robert Sorrell sold Mason Gar ncr a short yearling mule for 50 John Shrout Sr had a stroke of pnraysis Sunduy morning Mon day morning ho was spoeohless but nsciousflBorn April lth to J O Snedo gar and wife eon James has a br thondhe having been married about nine years Though wo had but littlo ruin Is iiero0 tide in Licking river and quite umber of rafts passed here for t lower river markets y6cnutifultinlen passing the joiiHg gentlemen enjoyingllOt 6pr 41IdIand City Invil1t1 blew n regular hurri here Easter T A Dentou went down Licking Saturday with timber irFloytisex in Morehead Sunday PhiWhileison fell olf a car Friday and hurt la back quite severely Mrs Mollie Nixon of Preston visited her sister Mrs Tom Sutti r field several days lust week Mrs W E Atchison return Saturdaj after an extended visit at Winchester and Carlisle Aaron Myers bought two acres of land from Jako Manslield and having a buildingerected The Camps launched their now gasoline boat Saturday tho Molly C It is a small pleasure boat unexpectodIo past an immense lot of timber passed toy G F Green is building come new hewed log outbuildings that makes ono think of some 40 years ago Orange City Mrs Ed Colli vcr remains quite poorly Vaccination is the order of tho day here T R Bailiff left Monday for Cincinnati Aunt Jane Eden is poorly with eart trouble Tommie Rigdonwasin Flomings burg Monday hNewtonnati last week dBorn April lOtb toP Drow and wife a lion 1doifn KHwlirgs ana nly mov ed to Uath Co last v Everett Gardiner and wife of Uillsboro yisited J M Ne mnn- ndCamily Saturday and Sunday Several from Ilillsboro attended hurch here morning a lso Sundayschool in the aft noon v tIrs Homer Markland and I Likes of Bath Co are vislt their Andrew LI1C searBro J R Jones filled his ap pointment here Sunday morning but owing to inclement woati n t yight tYMany saw the moon in eclipse S aturd8ynlght We shall have plenty of fruit if it isnt killed after tinsIRichard and ron a span of black 3yeari mules of Van Swanigan for 190 All of our men that went to ork on the C 0 railroad have not mado a success in their work yet There II no Sundayschool hero yet will reorganize next Sunday ould like help to organize if Bro Ross would come Sunday nt 2 p m We had quite a number of vie I- t1rgowns and son visited Jail Downs Sexton and wife visited art Sexton sundnyIEaster was F F Warrens birth ay anniversary and Uofchildren were his guests Peachy Wright and family Alice rner husband Chris and daugbter Li rutb ndltnice dinner for nilnnd plenty Ia ftlhis was his 57th birthday livo to have many more suchf birthdays There ia talk of a free mail de hoverycounty The citizens of this part re opposed to changing tho moil This is not a a or a free mall but from Salt Lickt ncunningMclntyres Ferry pike with thew Owingsville and Craiga pike to Forgo Hill and Thomas Razors to Salt Lick aa many of our citizens live off of said routo it Is imposai bio tpget their mail taken care of Let well enough alone There is a lletition flttjJY I t i 11 l WiW Jd y 7 t t LJo Salt Lick Buce Sta ga littlo daughter llildruth boa beau quite sick Wm Wnddell andwifo have gone to Pitivburg to make that city their homo Miss Sudie Stout of Montgom ory Co has been the guost of friends herodriMessrs Woody of Cynthinna arc teaching class in vocal music and voice culture hereBBro Williams preached excellent sermons at both services at the Christian Church SundayedEnster Sunday was an unusually pretty day und those who had now nts showed them olf to advantage M P Morris wife and littlo daughter Paulino have returned from North Carolina where they had boon making their homo for sonic time think of locat lo thgMrs Alfred who has Meenail is able to be out ngtrin after a severe spell of fever Mrs lrLewis leaves for Hot Springs on t yheied by Dr Alexander of Olympia and Mrs John Carmichael nnd children of Louisville Crooks 1Davcititig relatives here fVi1llast week on businensDSevern from here attended Court in Owingeville Monday S Tom wttttBrneld of XJKlfand was hero fIsaaced his son hero last week Jas Horton was in Louisville several days last week on business Sam Holland and wifo of Ford relativesIero Mrs Will Nixon ned children visited relatives at Salt Lick the 11past week Mrs Maud Carroll and Miss si1Iod3 II W McDermott and Mrs kO Irwin of Olympia were guests- pf Mrs James Horton Thursday Miss Vertner McKernon of Step stone was the guest of her uncle- S V Johnson several days last week dArlhur Powers and Miss Beact of Owingsville visit Mies Lillio Johnson Sunday after 11noon Wyomlngt n gightWm Brinegnr and wife of Little Flat were gnests of E W Morgan Bruce Snedcgar bought a cow and calf of Elijah Morgan for 26 Elijah Morgan purchased thu shoats of Trumbo Snedegar for 13sFlomingGsob Licking nivr flbd Slate CreeL avo been on a iootn for several ye heroUa nu agehJohn A Hedger and Rebecca Htdrick visited friends at Sher burn e last week Mrs Margaret Manley and her niece Mrs Olllo Morgan visited J elf Dawson and wife Saturdayc nndrr are guci of Mr Morgan and wife this week 55Your scribe was at Sherburne at Dailyst The night hucksters of East Fork have been visiting the chicken mInusyI saw in a paper a Cow days ago an account of ajady having 05 tur key eggs Mrs Rebecca Hcdrick has 102 Who could beat that Olympia Born last week to Peter Per cram and wife a sonndl1181 Minnie Baliardf of Mt Sterling visited her mother Sunday Clay Shultz returned home from Simpson and Miss Lizzie is some better Wallace Jackson and young bride were guests of his sister Mrs Mol lie Case last week reFrankguests of his brother at L fc E unction la1 t week rMisBes Lizzie and Jess Swnrt of Simpson are visiting lrien and relatives this week Mrs Sam McCarty of Salt LickI- i visited her sister Mrs John Thompt son Saturday and Sunday Died at her sisters at Frenoh urg Mrs Harry Johnson of co umption She leaves n husbattnd two children to mourn oss The grieved family have tilsympathy of the community Married Sunday April 12thnt c Bro Crouchs Miss Jennie Me Glothin and Mr Perry Stolen The bride is the youngest daughter ofsCharlie McGlothin nnd is a pretty leeridegroom j a horthyweddingday c I own tho Frank Hedge barber shop and am going to run a first glIcltedeo C W UQTAKEitm A t 1f J j 7 r v oJO tr1J 1 i Falrview Gilson Perkins is supposed to have consumption Mrs 1 N Powell is very low with malarial fever of hihisBorn April Gth to Leslie lieu ix anti wife a sonLlucir firstborn II C Whitton Rulda house t ob Souslev of Fleming Co fturFn IOO Mrs W S Woodurd was report very low tho fore part of lust week but is able to be out again Slate Valley I see several mule colts around It still rains not much farming done Peaches arc nil killed I tluiui ere will be sonic apples Ira Nester is on the sick list iii Enoch Sorrell is poorly Ama and Lillie Toy Lucre Ulery anti Noon Snrrnll guuBts of Aimer Toy Sunday Mrs Melissa Snedegar and son Robert of Olympia visited her sons James and Cabo the past week Jack ToyTrrrijjjf of near r oming nnd Sam STTnTr were guests of the family of Uu 0 Sunday There has been preaching hero or several nights conducted by lders Roif Owingeville E E Tawntn0fWTliams of Forgo Hill I v t old that Elder Williams preach his farewell sermon Sunday night futureIKor lace his lionieUFarmorshWe lire having sonic nice spring weather The last drive of staves of the Kern Co will arrive in their booms here this week hiMisssay remain poorly e dxpectedgood load of states Mrs Kate P Evans who boen very ill for some time we ire orry to say is no better i rAnterestJ Williams on Railroad street Cntlcttsburpdas administrator of the estate of his late brother Morton Harper Mrs L T Cliitloster who about wo weeks ago moved her stock of oads to Morehcad thinking that a better place will return here time week und wilt occupy the building site lately vacated Sunday after nooli at 330 oVlok a severe windstorm passed through ofecamage u rues etc Following the wind there was a heavy dmvnpour of rain which lasted several hours Mrs J M Green who has been n poor haabh for some timi v nt t ieiistWednestbc ti t r toile viii bit i roitr TiJy a specialist Ileryovir jest Lubhtlr Miss Tinna Mrs Lena Myers nnd her little daughter Mnbel accompanied her t is hoped by her many friends here that she will soon return home much improved in health Mud Lick DaBeWalter Roberson has a very bad ase of sore eyes Farmers in thk vicinity arc sow Sing oats this wack Oatssowing and gardening tre- he order of the duy J W Thornsbury is to the front with sonic corn planted Wm Uighley put the fit coat of paint on K T Ri hutrdso its house last week Mrs Robt Cockran has ninety odd chickens and a hundred and fiftyfour eggs setting George W Lawson has removed from Olympia to near Salt Lick whore he will run a restaurant The windstorm of lost week blow down a lot of fencing in this neighborhood more work for the farmers John Highley worked for his brother Sanford a few days last week building a house on tho head of Salt Lick Elder Wesley Blevins preached an interesting sermon to a largo crowd at the Open Grgve schoolhouse Sunday April 4th Thornton Highley of Olympia dlhgutky tiesifnew Ticktown will preach at tho Mud Lick school house Sunday April IDthat 11 ICuclOekfo noFheadla he wellnnd If fur have been iiCble to remove it They are ug of drilling a now well T 1 Roberson had a visitor to Dflomaleaving took a shoulder of meat Mr Roberson advises everybodyAee to their Sunday April 4th Uncle W inY rugllis- is homo Those present were rs Sarah Craig Mrs Elva Spen if er and Mrs Julia North children Misses Emma and Mattie Spencer Mrs May SewellMrsErnestWills Mr Mlnnio Horseman John Campbell Claude and Ellis North grandehildron Everett and Arch Wills and Raymond Horse er an greatgrandchildren aLtr f F j rrJP- f J rtSlepatono Chllrlioppcnton Slate G day lowitht Sterling Lloyd Costigan of Olympia lrlfor home Monday after a wcikH visit to J M SteelehJ Q A left lirmOr8to build a tobacco burn B Greanwade has moved into the house vacated by Mr Boyd4 adjoining his store here Misses Emma Quiscnbcrry and cousin Rossio spent Sunduy night with Miss Rosa KarnickqMiss Sudic Stout was at Preston Olympia and Salt Lick seeing after lastkChallio Parker who is working in Cincinnati us lineman is h siomemio Parker on upper Stepstonc The family of S J Boyd left hero Friday for Midland where they will make their homo Jam as usual took tho other end of the ro adSMisses Emma anti Ressic Quis iojenberry and Hosie Karrick spent Quisenberrylnd nohewTMonljoyto get a load of oats of bydtwentyfive cents a dozen Miss Vertnor McKernon return ome Friday from a visit to her HOIC S V Johnson and family at nccompaniedhome the late J J Thomas onlivisit Sharpsburg Beautiful Easter day Sunday It N RatlilE and wife were in lt Sterling ThursdayS o igfay Another rain on Sunday evening theirasw A W Lane and Joe Hardin of Mt Sterling were visitor here Sat urday Mr and Mrs A W Ratlilf were in Lexington on Saturday to con specialistS M V Bostain lost another one of lila valuable wagon Horses list week he having lost one some time ngoIa Sunday The Ester services at the Meth odist Church on Sunday were both cntirtuiniug und instructive The ringing especially WIH fine An exhaustive article on turnpike roads how lo build nnd kelp up the rn iUviB now in order Lets hour from some competent turnpike mar The Fiaclt ery Co and Town tuilrdrili t Sterling have appropriated 300 to St Louis Worlds Fair What will Bath county do- G N Bascom and wife R T Judy and wife Chins A Bascom and brother John attended the BiisconiGritiios wedding at Mil lersbiirg last week Dr 0 P Clark and Miss Mattie Royse daughter ot Mr and Mrs J Frank Royee will bo tnarrior April 23dat the Presbyterian Church at half past 12Vcloek The Methodist pad Baptist Churcbcs here have each hRdn plant F P Lighting eystcm placet I ithnthe old coal oil lamps before used Knob Lick Easter Sunday was a nice warm dayThere was a hard rain here Sun day evening Born Friday to the wife of J tde Yarbrough son There was a hard blow here Sun day evening no damage done Thero was quite a lot of those largo fish caught near David Garners Several head of cattle and hogs and a few mules went up to court Sunday Bob Colliver and Nannie Barr visited their fatbers family Sun day evening Milton Carpenter went to Olive Hill Saturday nightreturning Sun ay night Carrie Collivcr of Grange City and the Misses Thompson wore vis iting at Polksvillo Sunday- JobaClarkHenrySwanigan nnd Jim Robbins wore at Farmers last eek putting up a trestle for the icestone Company John and Butler Yarbrough who ave been running some teams on aney Creek returned homo Sat urday night on account of wages There was a general move he refSunday Mart Welsh moved to near the pike Frank Jackson oved to whore Welsh moved from lf Ginter moved in with John arbroughuwTho oil well nt Hedricka prom a es a good flow of oil There is a very fine oil producing sand which shot will produce a fine flow of oil Mr Shouse will stop drilling after ho fulfills what ho has agreed parliliholding stopdrillingview taken in the matter of prospecting bi who have tlic d Jr J f yYf ZcTI J 1 I w 4Cis 4 t- c eww I i = rcrvj 50 trynd develop a country should ascot with encouragement und a to themselves and th Neirview t jjct it all and tho milt who ini Illhe work intMirs nil the ex pen t rind t4krs a good chiinco to lose Ids all and got nothingcvouIlK y if wo are IlIc to luyo nil tvhich 1 believe ave why not let some one develop it for 1IF as I am sure there are no v urea in the county who would tako patch an uneven chance with thiir money arid their time Stoops John G Roberts was hero Wed nosdav A sins Ii child of Wm Cravens is uito sLik iesterdny is good because today it is 3itd Dr JIB IJanlnian of Clark Co was riur lust weekTD L Goodan who was quitSck last week is bettor Etomet Coons is at home from Winchester on a vacation Rivbert Ratliff of Mt Sterling w HasW tVautl W II Bridges sver at P wig Saturday on business Tl IP fishermen have got the day novr lint they never et any fishsA Jarge crowd from here attend ad courLat Owingsville Monday kj y Deal and wife of rican Jl dysiatie lr latlve9 here Sunday Honrj E Ficklin visited relatives at Jefferson ville Saturday nnd Sun cJay reIndfiiiraday- TVbacao plants are not killed nndthoy arc looking fine in tins vicinity Iiabsrl Uoberson of Mt Ster ling was bero last week looking for liogK Walter Broch and wife of nei Winchester visited relatives here it aday Jjavrronce Fassctt nnd wife visited Tojatives at Bethel Saturday and Sunday Urs Run Warner and children of Judy Hpent Monday with S 1IWarner md wife They sIy that kind words C1ni 7ieviur die but it seems like they are ooii forgottenlICuck SQrout and wife of near 3t SterJiug visited Stephen W jitner and wife SundayeLaZe Kiseick nnd wife of Judy ejiont Sunday with the formers brother M W Kissick and wife We never heard of but ono newspaper tnat told things as they wore We shall naver bear of it Ii inIThop B Hamilton and sister JMTss Eiiim were guests of relutivea ne sr Owsngsville Saturday and Sunday Ieihc erection of n new Fence on tuit piko in front of Robt RatJitFs futi m JtcatlJ improves the looku or our villageiTh Hate frosts not in any vay injuro the cropof votea that 31 ang up from the Congressional yo tden needtuH iTThuur llIurt 1likujhiy were near the Golden GnJe theJknlIJtlio biisfi door of the other place trying to sneak out o I Sci willing to admit that n w 0 man invariably respects her hus ImndV opinion when it happens to coincide with her own We road occasionally of a great annoYs last word It is always roo tfresliins to hear of a roan getting the last Word Two mea conversing will use the word dollars almost as often as two women will use the word in1 Worn sa is the Sunday of man said n philosopher Also the blue Holiday sometimes This is celled a free country but wa hove yet to hear of a married man w3m can laugh out loud in his sloop without being woke up by soui cbn dy to learn what the joke la Aftur a fellow has walked about fourteen miles every night for two wtieks with the baby it pains him to he told by the doctorcYou lookan rundown You should take moro exercise Pittsburg Dis path nOV To GET RID OP A LOVER Out aesthetic friend Edmund Rus girlssa air eady enumerated eightyieven vatious ways to do it Hero are a fevr ho omitted rKeop him broke by means of the ater tickets cabs etc Eat raw onions at every mcnl elklwayssacquo and have dirty finger nails whtw you receive him 1 Vilk baby talk to him when iu ar in a crowded street caEI InIupper after the theater pnd swell tIle Xieck to the limitICut him ottt of the conversation who j another man is of the party FrvKjucntty speak with contempt of num who lack the moneymaking sHcr i ntended to bo a poor mans wife Lot him know that idea of ar rlage ill n good establishment ith a butler a personal maid and carriage with two men on the t box Bo as selfish as possiblesPencil your eyejrows nnd put onIplenty of rouge and powder Pmvo to him by figures that no young married couple can live de centiy on loss than 12000 a year Chi cago Journal Outlook IIt t r fe c c- 0 dv 1 g SS 5JUSTAPPJVED 1 I r dsiNotio1ising SLots Mats and Furnishing Goons t ives you one of the largest and meet complete stocks to select from town If you want a good quality of goods youSan find them here and at less profit than others getSfor very inferior goods My very small en g Sblesandtand againgespya z If you speedG SSBy the Records iSlhEC onor2O3 Claybourne JJl Li4 Cling2Jl7iChloralL eolaiRj Leo2ii vtS1XTYT VO IN 230 LI ST fl RubyIrn Mack208JiSilverlrlnce2OS1 1EirtnTaM2rf etc 07Iaiy Allright Jc Bneafl3M ote dam of C F Clay with 10 in the list ties Bountiful Holla as the Worlds Champion Brood Moire pSV a fntifSA8PKOULAT1VC CUSS e was somewhat in doubt expireTfteBut it may bo the fire St Paul Dispatch 4 TilE OVERWORKKD AIONUMKKT followed him unto his grave And reared a marble rare And chiseled on this sentencosweet My grief cannot boar She mourned a year and then was wed And they chiseled on that stono A single word and now it reads My grief I cannot bear alone But soon she wore her weeds again Anti they turned that stone about IAnti on it traced this touching line My lifes light has gone out Not long ago she walked In darkness louie palehThe wrotriIve stiuckanothuorutchig Shes happy now wltmramher four But all tlio neighbors say T girlOnIISrrncuse Standard EDITOCS AND HznsA lieu sits on her nest and lays eggs An cd itor sits in his ofiicu chair rind lies in his bed or in his paper The hen feathers her nest theeditor cuts tile own throat by doing business for nothing simply to keep his competitors from gutting it The hen cackles after she has laida a 1boatnever dues it SSeiifiblo hen Tho ieu scratches for a living so doas the editor Tho hen hatchet chick ells that come to some tIItIwQst hatch schemes that never amount to anything The hen presents liar Mil when shu wants sorauthing and usually gets it the editor presents his bill and hardly ever gets anything Tho iioui 1- crumb which she does not use the editor may have a comb Iud use it sonutinics but not always Thu hen has wings the editor has none and never will have The hen is not a highliver the edit ia soiuctirscs The hen broods and raia iurge family the editor broods over the large family be ul ready has as over wasted lost opportunities calrgielf thi1tjfLtl ils y timebutmay be other similnritus between the hucri and the editor but they till not come to mind just nowl gg Reporter THE LIFE ov Mithhan born of woman is of a few days and no teethI1nl1 indeed it would be moneyin his locket sometimes if he had less of either As far as his day ho wastcth onathird of them nod for his teeth be has convulsions when ho cuts thcuiand when the past ono comes through lo the dentist is twisting the first one out and the end of that mans jaw is worse than at first being full of porcelain and roofplato built to hold blnckberryIoce1s Stonehruiees liiie his pathway to manhood his fattier hoses his cars at home the big boys cuff him on the play ground and tho teacher bwhipshe wears sack cloth and blue jeans wan say hes a tramp nod if he goes forth shaven and clad in broad 0clothplo cry look at tho dude He rises early nnd sets up late that he way fill his brains and he growls arid is sore and distressed because it ruins and ho beats his breast and says my crop is lottt because it dont rain The late ruins blight his wheat and the frost bites his peaches He carries iiitb surance fur twenty five earsun tilho hats paid thrice over for a il his goods and then he lets his policy lapse ono day and that 81mei night fire destroys histore Ho builds him a house in Jersey and hill first born is devoured by the mosquitocp be pitches his tent in Now York and tramps devour his sustenance Ho moves to Kansas and cyclones carry hiu house away over in Missouri while prario fire and graeshoppors fight for his ctopt Ho Ilsettlesthe nest day by a colonel or statesman because he resemble abu man he didnt like sail Verily there is no rest for the olo of his foot and if ho had it to- go ocor again ho wouldnt be born at all for the day of death is better A than tho day of birthgx J OLD HICXOKT Famous among 1Shewhiskies wholesome and strengthening for the weak pleas antly invigorating for the strong For sale by S P Atchison THOS J JONES Livery Feed Sale Stable OWINGSVILLE KY Headquarters for horse and untilTUiyPrs Telephone Prcstou Statloiu tJ t 2it tfrlt i1S4 1 tS i z B W S GUDGELL ATTYATLAWSOffice with 11 Gudgell Son Court St- OWINGSV1LLE KYiPl C O RAILWAY jJtr fDolly except SundRY All oTheradaUSTrains 22 and 23 carry pining car aeryiaIJW Tl 4t5MuCAIiD ctTIU OJ TnAlx8 AAjT eTA Jr EAwt oblt oSta6mupirNOSJWsruourruiS0 6i-Mao2S341 p m o i ji13 p m xprs Trains for Loulsrltle Lexington 1 CJnolnnatJ Wnsdlngtoo New Yorktaiwl Enatora cities WEEKLY Courier= JournaI HENRY WA7TERSON EDITOR cm or Tvoive Pagss issued Every Wednesday tOO a Y ar jHost Kditorials JJfst PolitIcal ArticlesS 5BestBestitilscohlanySBest Jiuturca Jlest Book Reviews t SBest PoetrySUest CliHdnur Paco Best ltsuita NowaSBtst Cond nmil News Bt 311Ikct Hovlu lilt of Everything- COLJRIERJOURNAi CO ISLouisville Ky s 0All ficbsprfptfons under this comM ntiiion olfer must boO sent through THE OUTLOOK ofllco- F it c fcil Ainnscment you can etTflF- I UTLOKgann the 11 Weekly CourierJournal both oue ear for 160 d This is for cash subscriptlorisonly Public Notice Bath County Fiscal Court Special Term Dec 29th 1902 It is ordered by the Fiscal Court of Oath county that tbo Judge of this Court and Bath County gIve notice that all persons feeding BtoC on any of the turnpiko roils of Bath county which are owned by said county will for each offence e prosecuted as the law prohibIt- ing such offenees directs And the commisfioners of the road districts art to report all offences of this kind in their respective districts to p t ffrocureand prosecute such offenders aa the law directs It ia further ordered that all land SS holders owning or in any way gOY erning land lying and adjacent to- nny 55 of the turnpike romulq owned y Bath county must within J2 months from the lilt uayta uan uary 1903 removo or causo to be removed all fencing wherein same an encroachment upon the rJ htitof way of said turnpike roads ex copt where the same has been erect ed by consent of governing author byUathin w qithinshall by the turnpike cammisrinn r8 of each turnpiko district of ath county be reported to the At torney for Bath county who shall on such information proceed as the law directs to have such obstruc tions removed nnd the parties pros J ecuted for some JNO A DAUGHERTY J B F O copy attestSr Peters Clerk y T J PeterD CSI Jno A luiumgherty Presiding Judge of the Balh ounty Fiscal Court in pursuance of the above i order of said Court do hereby give PUBLIC KQTIUK to all pereons ia 4Bath county who have or who Inay violate eiTher of the above said orders that thoy from this date de e cist from these offenses and comply ith thlorequirornentsmubovostat4 his Jan 1st 1903 JNO tmSADAUGURRTY J aQ 1 O J 1 tf u tW J i NJa r 1Iih i iij 1 I tw uSiSr r1 0 fj J TL c to t 0J c t 1 f do 7 I