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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r tq 61 o t c r2 I t I d j IAs fF j V O lf h 1 n C w 0 = t 1 0 ts2r 1 i Ib gttiinqtiillti utLook L l f 2 fC J I tg i VOL XX I V OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 23 1903 NO41r i1 5 When you have a news item or wish to communi cato with TilE OUTLOOK office by phono rin up 5 James Craig Bold a horse to tt4 Tom Horseman for 6750 R S Crois bought of Mike Car ponter Jr a horse for 150 Heres hopin Saturday mornings frost didnt bite yer alrly tatera 16x20 picture frames 1 to 125 each J M BROTHER Geo Stoele of Suit Well bought five shoats of James R Warner for 30 Born April 20th to Mr and Mrs Jessie Smith of Sour Springs bi a 13lb son J J M Richart bought of Robert Shields twentyfour 2yearold 725 Ib steers for 800 Willard Mitchell of Nicholas villo spoke at the Courthouse rtTueBdy afternoon MrJndBorn April 14th to Mr8 lorn Evormnn of upMr Prickly Alba son T M Perry tt Co have a bom pleteline of wall paper which they are setUngcheap Arthur Byron has rented am moved to the John Conner real J deuce on Slate Avenue I l James Clark sold A W Rascom five 81lb shoats at 7c lice 65lb boats to Gano Gault at 7c Wz MCBT HAVE OUR MONEI BO please call and settle S SLR88ERIr J I Lightning Sunday night 1 burned out a nunibersff telephon t fuses and deranged KU the lines irfjl iiownf Tho latter part of last week promised a season for plowing but p frain Sunday and Monday spoiled it all again S Sam Gorrell of Salt Lick wa f reported to be uncnnscioul TucsI i day Ho 11a8 long been ufillctcd with consumption t John Shrout of Moores Ferry recently paralyzed diedI night He was a c tWhOW8S Henry Shrout Lathrams flick of shocpj were attacked by dugs the fore partI fof last week crippling a ewe I fixed the two guilty dogs I STRAYED or STOLES Blue and k black 6 month old Llewellyn fo male setter Liberw reward a J Dl VXER When jn town dnt fnillo look at T S SbroutVeplendUi line of tJueglesTitfall prices Uewilleave you money forcash or credit 6t T S Shrouts stock of furniture end undertaking is complete and ct118does embalming 366 I makothe best break cart on the market 20 25 30 rubber4 Jrtiresrepairing and painting ftpeciulty OSOAR PALUER Come in and see our stock of wall paper which offers many very graceful figures and attractive shades T M PEaRl k Co Druggists SALEOnSaturdayApri 25 atJ1 oclock pi 181 will sell at home in Iforge Hill 1 horse some t hogs wagon and harness farming implements household furniture WILL A WILLIAMS WH BOBBIHS DRADWm RobJ tins of near Forge Hill died Tues day morning April 21st Ho warp aged 71 years He was a son John Bobbins and married Miss CorlHa Williams da gJterofPbHJ ip Williams The wife sever al years ago They leave several childrentFuaeral Furnishings Prompt e equipments and modern services j also dealer in firaVeJasa furniture otall descriptions Call and seeJ fcefoMpurchaejng elsewhere M D PARIS Ky JL HESS Funeral Director arid Embalmer vt p RivfeB RsnwA telephone was I sage from Salt Lick Tuesday morn lug stated that Licking river rose i I four feet Monday nightarid swept I CQHeiderablo timber IBgtCiowngffrmsj besides dhlg1 to proparLyrhc- erwasstillah rising at last report IBLANKSJOa SALEFOr blank leases deeds mortgages note Ij proofs of account verifications ot r demand warrants summons ordi nary sheriffs sales affidavits for attachment notices to take depo I sitions indictments fur selling on Sunday indictments for gaming appraisement boards eubpcanas i bench warrants capias pro fine come to THE OUTLOOK office we have them in stock 0 TO CORRESPONDENTS It Would be agreataccommodation to us if correspondents who can do so 1r would send their itemsrin so they would Teach this oHloo on Monday n iawartheworkcan lit prop ctlydlylded betweenMondcmy and TuesdaYafldt forms can berjfe Ipared for going to press before 1 night Tuesday Otherwise the printers have to work afrJii1itand they dont like it after workIng t t the da y i Iq rdTd 1tctI J g i t LrwycL4 tittrj J r r r frni 1 wIi fc i ti 1 i d u ti r r t4h 1J 1J1 t 1i oIj1 7j 11 1PERSONAL Cincinati Mrs Dr W O Nehbttt of Mt Ster ling was lu town Tuesday JDruce Whaloy of Mt Sterling was hero several days lust week on business Sherman Goodpaster spent from Thursday till Tuesday in Mt Sterling Mrs May of Louisville is time guest of her sister Mrs T L Darnell Miss Lorenn Perry wilt leave next Saturday to visit relatives nt Helena and Little Hock Arkansas i Mrs T W Ewing wont to Lexing ton Tuesday to visit her brother Robert Henaker who is sick Mrs D S Estill and Mins Luc Ilonukcr from Tuesday ti Saturday hi Cincinnati last week Miss Bessie Botts of Peeled Oak has gone to Ashland to be with her brother Roger who has typhoid fev er Mr and Mrs S C Bascom Jr of Mtllersbursj returned Saturday to visit tho family of lIon A W Bas com N Walter Bailey has returned from Shelby where he was employed in the oHlce of the Postal Telegraph office Mrs W P Strader after a visit to her Mr and Mrs J J Kos bitt returned home to Lexington Tuesday Judge Wm G Dearing of Flem inpsburp was hero last week on busi ness connected with tho Lansdown will case v Misses Kate Conner and May KinA caid left Tuesday morning to visit Mrs Hugh Cox and other relatives at Bardstown N B Baldwin of Nicholasville came Monday as advance agent of J Willnrd Mitchell candidate for Attorney GeneralIaJudge John A DaughertySamuel P and Judge N tt Pat ter son were to to north forkof Trip lett fishing WedJesd3YI jyulenoon to spend the summer with her son Dr C M Kennedy Mr and Mrs Voris Vanlanding ham of Sudloville Ky and Miss BEva MoKiunevan came Tuesday to James Stones funeral Misses Mary Gudgell and Lillian citoLolia Prowitt in Mt SterlingIJ T Dawson who business at lila old hume mir Vyc Cluinghit home at Wavorley ICnnkas Misses Bertha Palmer and jJbltle Vice of near Shurpsburg werflVtho pleasant guests of the formers brStii urs Lee and Oscar Palmer Saturday and Sunday Miss Ida Waide of JCIcholasvilloJ wlllcol11elrlduytoldt1Irs C MJ Kennedy and MrRN B Baldwin until Monday Mrs Baldwin will ccolillsy her home Ifrs JoKenh McAHs af MtStei ting accompanied by r taiigiUer Irs Dr Martin of Catleusfmrg 1t came Saturday to visit her daughter MTLC WGoodpastir Dr and MrakGc6K Triboujire In ECircuitase being set for trial Dr B Cor elison is also attending Court them SatImngretreats lathe boundless West nrl c lved home on a vfcit Tuesday arterjn t S IMissesC aT jwittLMtMary Gudgeli Sunday afternoon Mr and MrsDR Bishop of Olym have been the guests of Mr and T F Rogers in Mt Sterling rMrstain work nt tire Thursday afternoon meetingFred of Central Sanga county III arrived Mopdny inorninfir on a visit to relatives Mr ReynoldsIlIeears His old friends are de ghted to meet him and Mrs Thomas L Darnellt Cormerlyhad been residing in Mt Sterling the past removed to their handahome on East Main street Jro ixcellentof the town extends to them the most cordial welcome Jl jtMtram Fletcher Crouch W W Case Dr GV Conner Gao T Young Newton A Shrout Lee Goodpaster George C Clark Leslie Snodegar Oscar Palmer RB Brother Lee D Brother Johnson M and Jeff L Atchison T L Darnell Tom Mc Curty G A Peed J M Richart Win Warner Jailer Sam Jones Robert Nixon Almanza Stone John L Vice T 8 Shrout Dr J H Taul nbeeSHOWMAN IN TowLAlehIow ac companying an timbrelllmender- dldsomeacroba icand contortion et feats on lho streets Saturday then passed the hatMoet o Ithe spectators passed rt BODGDT A FARLSamuel SIEstill has bought the Capt Pitlman farm of 102 acres near Corinth t Church for 5614 according totthe Mt Sterling newspapers tIrIEatill formerly lived on Flat Creek but spent last year on the Omaha Indian reservation near Pender I Nebraska LlDKABT COMTKST DECIDED On last Thursday the ballots in the ii brary contest instituted by the merchanfs were counted hy a corn mittee corpppsed of BM Good paster and N B P tterlonTbe contending candidates were Rob arIsen and Acker lodger of theA OU W order The ofBcial count gave Robertson 281737 and Acker 274088 Robertson winning by 7 639 Hence the Urart goes to Rpljertsoii lodge W J i II j u i ft r1ro Iv JAMES STONES DEATU Jame ltone went to his stable Monda morning and fed his horse prepar Itctoryturning to tho house he sank down at the front door and made a noise that alarmed Bascom Sturgell liv ing in tho house Mr Sturgell went to his assistance and helped hiai to bed lIe died a few minutes before seven oclock He had not been feeling well for several days but hip sudden death was a shock to tho community The funeral was set fo 10 oclock Wednesday morning bunaii Iii Owingsville Cemetery after Herri COB at the home by Elder W Ken Pendleton pallbeamrs J JNoaf bitt Robert L Zimmerman W H GefiGoodpaster John GlUon J James Store was born Nov 9t 1832 and was reared on Bald Eagj Creek this county He was t last survivor of the family Ama his brothers and sisters were Mi ton John Marshall P Roy StiT and Mrs Ilnrlan Moore He lowed farming somo years and ter the Civil war came to this to and engaged in the livery stab business for several years In t later years of his life he was co nected with tho Owingsville Marl is Granite Works He was twi married his first wife being a Mi Conner a sister of Harrison Co1 ner the Circuit Clerk and Mi John A Turner Their son Jo died it few years ago His seen wife was Miss Ann Burbridj 0 daughter of Jack Burbridge S died a few years ago Decease nearest relatives are nephows a nieces James Stone was a widely kno man and had friends everywb- iho was known He was a sbr business manlandalwaje had I share oLrade in any avocation engaged in Being orIi cheer qovial disposition his company was sought and enjoyed by congenial spirits arid ho will be much missed and sincerely mourned by a wide circle of friends Elder T N Arnold of Frankfort was here Saturday as a can umb for the Democratic comma ion for Superintendent of Public Instruction On Sunday he oc upiod tho pulpit of tho Christian hurch SMOKINO OCT A POSsUMOne day last week some fellows treed an under an old house iCreeksaid poFBiim the building was set afire and burned TIiepoi sum was aptured s HELD OVER TO CIRcuIT COUUT robiingIneon East Fork WAil tried in Judge Daughertys Court Thursday and CourtFailiu wonttaJailIAnitESTED IN VOLFa CoDenny I wim wanted on the charge of- utting and wounding Roy Calvert bylisritilarkatCee CityVotfe county1 brougbtbythemandodgedinmi J t JUNIOR ENDEAVOR CALLAU theI children who are nw members of the Junior Endeavor or who have been members or who may desire to become members aro urgently requested to meet at 3 oclock p in- unday in the Christian Church Business of special importancot JUNIOR SUPERINTENDENT Mrs Alex Conner of this place has just been appointed Junior Super intendent of the Y P S C E for this the 4th district composed of Montgomerylark Nicholas Madison and Meniteeand willassume the duties tIfleo at once Miss Princess Wha of Paris is the Secretary TTEsrLTnnSuicinsA toIopllOno- aeisage from Farmers Tuesday morning states that Clarence My ors aged 21 attempted to commit suicide Monday night by shooting himself through the head withtrevolver Hlill in a I condition but may reeoverjSvhont Masked for A reason act My ers stated that he had married a women he did not love and could ot live with herlondIPfied They separated in a shortC Recentlyheyiarried again JMT STERLING COURT DAT There only about 250 cattle on the kit Sterling market Monday and hey were extremely high Tho est heifers sold at 4 to 4ic 85 hort 2yearold steers sold at 490 A good many mules and ces horse pniAmongT S Shrout sold a horse for 110 and ono for UOIJeff L Atchison sold a horse for 100 and bought one for 100 Sam Lathram sold a horse for 1101 Gen C Clark bought a mare for 75 John L Vice sold a pair of mules for 825 Moses T Hendrix sold a pair of 3yearold mules for 350 John Tjncher bought a mule for tlCF I t 4 LansyDaughertys Court Wednesday an Thursday of last week The hit George Lansdown of near Wyoming left his estate consisting 0 130 acres of land and personality together amounting to about 10 000 in trust to his only two grand children Mrs Eva Cart of George town Ill and Lucy Lansdown the guardian of tho latter being Rnllio K Saunders of HillsbQro Wm C Jackson was named as trustee In case they died without issue thee estate was to go to Bath countylThe two heirs brought suit tjxtll set aside A largo number l ined Judge J e 4 M a f j Jt ate t a Continued from fourth page Stoops Elijah Groves sold a horso to M 0 Cockrell for125 Tlios McClain sold a horse to J F Roberson for 100 Nearly all who had hogs ready for market sold them last week J M BigstufT weighed up 70 head of hogs to Joe Turley at Gc per lb Many persons who dont keep- sent generally keep whats lent em Thos Roberson solda fino 4 tCKr old Iiortcto Dr Reynolds fur v 155 UEf rnCr pUn a8 Lii gut tereltiyes here last week Jus Leach of Judy if fencing tile Stoops farm fur HigstalF and Ccckrell Everybody wants the farmer to dowell tha tlioroasoa he gets much advice Walter E Stoops of Umatilla florida is visiting friends and rel this county Some of the farmers in this neighborhood are talking ot raising tobacco under canvas RbbertRathiff fa having an4diiion built to to the by John W Thompson of Mrs Lula Carter of Hazel Green was the guest of her parents Dr J M Waldeck and wife last week The person who makes the great est ado over nothing is the one who P make the least ado over some The man who cannot afford to take bis county paper is the one who cannot in the least afford to be without it Its quite interesting to notice how the Socialist and Populist par ies are fighting one another Seems KheThe rain and hull storm Sunday eve did considerable damage in vicinity A large amount of fenc fbedsagedWhat country editor can dispute BryanDont at to he city dailies that you create all the ideas of this country Out in the little hamlets men on small salhare helping to make this ion what it to be leMontgomerydidntes for the same State office in andIseek to be Chief Deputy Clerk oftbe qJRobert L Green Honors seem to be even so far as this county Ishconcerned Olympia e Mrs Snedegar is poorly Mrs Will Swarts is sickMC C Smith went to Yale to work this week Miss Effie Swarts was in Owings ville Saturday Ben Hart of Covington was hera last week V V Glover was the guest of friends hero last week Mrs Bill Gray left Tuesday to Join husband In IllinoisdWe are kad to sa that Walter JaQ1soni icttiing well again r rrz f iacketStorcP DratoingNearAnd purpose of two We slaughter the price and give you double bargains every time Face Veiling yd13oChamois Skin 80 Ladies Mens JOcjipSlippers Baby Cap 25 20o 8cua 35 25 20 15c Laces 5c ng yd 18 15 12 lOc yd54cd Swiss yd 20 15 lOc DrsogMilk CASH PAID FOR EGGSi w HEFLIN Wlngsye kyI PRING OF 903We have a handsome line of spring inLILLINERY Etc Ladies Misses nd Childrens Trimmed Hats from one dollar up e receive a nice line of Summer 1 Goods nice of readymade Skirts and ShirtwaistsILIBERAL DISCOUNT TO CASH BUYERSI itflRS Ds ESTILL OWIIMCSVILLE KY 1111throVSeveral from here attended tine ale at Mrs Lizzie Well Satur day Miss Iva Oakley of Roes Run icited friends hero Saturday anti Sunday Je John U tpn viaitel friends nt Salt Lick Saturday and Sunday Mrs Eva Warner loaves lQStlay for Illinois where she will Jcfo her husband Miss Lizzie Swarts and Mrs Eva Wurreri were in Owingsville Salurduyshopping Dr Alexander accompanied Mrs Dr Lewis to Hot Springs for her health last week Mrs Bob Swetnam is getting along nicely and we hope she will- ontinue improving Pete Shultz of Clay Citymoved nto dip old hotel property in front the depot Friday D R Bishop and wife attended church at Mt Sterling two or three days last week Sid Warren and wife and Mrs J Copher visited friends on Hoes Run Friday and Saturday Mrs Irvin and charming little daughter Anna F called on Mrs Horton at Preston Thursday Mrs Eva Warren returned from Thursday after a two weeks visit to her parents George Swarts and wife Misses Lizzie Swarts and Kate will startThursday to visit tatters parents John Kincaid and wife at Cornwall Joe Williams and wife of Preston were guests of the letters Coleman Jackson and wife Saturday and Sunday Miss Kate Kincaid returned Thursdayaf a four months visit Pineville was glad see Miss Kate back at Olympia again Well well I Olympia will soon ave no girls as one marries every week and there are but three girls ft Boys you had better come soon Odessa Mrs S 0 Hawkins has been uite poorly for the past week Prof Tapp began ingingschool at the lower school ouse here Monday night Born April 17th to Oliver Sned gar and wife a 4lb boy Oil says its little but its owl ittle Misses Lizzie Gudgeli and aggie Jones accompanied their teacher Miss Walter Mae Ratliff home Friday Mrs Jerry Wilson is in tho lead in the number of turkey eggs this season here She at this writ- Ing Monday 208 eggs Who can beat it- Geo W Stewart Sr and Geo W Stewart Jr weighed 12 nice to Omar Willson here Fri- daymorning at 5o for 6 averaging lil Jbs and 6eorG 178 Ibsi 71i t i JaI Chambray Gingham jd 8e Arm Bands pr- prpPnmnters 5So- J 58o Screen Wire yd 12 11 lOo Matting Tacks 3 for Shank Hoes 17 10 35I Wire Rat Traps Base Balls 25 15 8c i received T r will this week line Simpson Everybody teaching has averaging OBITUARY OF Mae FRANCES ANN COLDJRoNDled1Irs FrancesAnn rtldirnn Friday April 17that 1120 oclock p m at the home of her only son Joseph A Harber here The cause of death was lung and heart trouble with which sh- ebmndjflJeted for years and seriously since early full though atone tim she recovered sufficiently to iHJ lip and around the house for several weeks then took relapse with the foregoing result The best of attention by the family givenhervetfortable for awhile then the All wise saw fit to call her home Ser vices were conducted at the home Sunday at 2 oclock p m by Bro Ii B F Parker in the presence ofalarge gathering of friends and rei alivctj after which the body was laid to rest in the family burllngI ground on the hill near the home Aunt Frankie as she was familiar ly called was 64 years 5 months and 7 days old whenshe died She had been a member of the Chris tian church 47 years She took membership with the congregation at Muses Chapel when 17 years old where it remained until death In her younger day sbewas active in ministering to the wants and needs of the sick and afflicted She TohnDarnell youngJno andMrsthe death of Mr Harber 1he was ofRowanThosAllenMr Humphreys death she was JesseColdiron Cionyoung Mrs Settle Roberts of near Flummere Landing is a half sister to deceased also George and herfothersthe father and children mentioned survive with a number of grand = Theyhavesad bereavement On THURSDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY APRIL 23 24 25- I will have my opening of millinery stylishRenr1ytrimroed order HAWKINSPieratt Bethel Kyl- E W S GUDGELLi ATTYATLAWaOffice wCourtOWING3VILLE KYw THOS J JONESILivery Feed OWINGSVILLE KY mulebuyersStation f SADDLES HARNESS S4r Why buy a shoddy socnlleil bandmade or machinemade Saddle or Harness when you can get strictly firstclass goods made right here at home nnd made out of the best oaktanned f leather and by men that only make firstclass work 4 Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLE If lL tIfalways use them I have the best line of saddlery goods in this part of the tute I am Yours for best saddles and harness fEUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVELLE KY fC SAM P ATCHISON DRUCCIST t FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO CIGARS Sfc f BUY GREEN SEALSUOESr L FOR HEN WOHEN and CHILDREN r t 5 MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY U S A WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED SOLES the Jbestwearing leather in the world V4Forsale by uscar iianuier Kentucky j COME and PRICE MY GOODS i That dollar of yours will buy more j i goods here than anywherei 1 Calicoes 31i 4 4 and 5C yd Lawns 410 96 yd 1 f2oTable V Underskirts 1t l Dress l i 1 r Skirtsi or Straw Matting trf J tGenuine Fur liltilllli 0f1atsregul 1 ri7 1 JII H JOHN B STETS Ladies Vests 6 a Men and clothes lti- ftI ftcaney thn L5 U SHOES WE HAVE ALL KINDS un 1 7c t Ladies Vici Pat Leather 017195c f rOldLadiesz25Shoes8oc Ladiesi FineShoes75c rBoys Vici Kid Shoes i flens Heavy Shoes 900 flens regular 3 Patent Leather Shoes 195 jCASH RATT FOR EGGS Oscar Chandler PostoffICe One door abov k i=a St I ON HANDSALL SIZES V EVERY ONE GUARANTEED L- ELIIAI l T1 BYRON jtI DONT QUARREL WITH YOUR WATCH Probably your watch isnt to blame it would keep good time if youd t tEerywatch needs clean ng regulating and a little repair now and thenyou cant expect watch to keep good time forever ithout any attention Bring your atch to us when there anything rong with it we will make it as good as new in short order and we ont charge you mUch either- 3ASCOM STUEGELL- Owingsvilfej Ky SUBSCRIBE NOW t NOTICEk4To o The undersigned commissioner htbt1Fiscalhave erected a front arid tower to Bath countys Court house will re ceived SEALED BIDS for the CO- nstruction of said improvement at the County Judges office in tIrercity of Owingsvillp Bath county Kentucky oil the 7th day of May 1903 nt 12 oclock on said tinny All bidders will be required to furni li bond acceptable to said commit sioners for tine completion of the structure on or before the let day tp1ansat the county judges office Jl rJIspection Duplicates of said plan and srefiecatinns For any futthor information 1address the un S dersighcd 41 8 S o JNO A Dtnonzryj B C V J J NisiiiTT Commissioners jOwingsville Bath Co Ky Outlook Job Work is best i i ti E 1 co1j 1 i 61 i r iOWINOSYILIEOUTLOOK j OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY T SOMETHING GOLD CANNOT BUY there Is somethtngfar better than wealth Which men strive for and hoard till they die I For the life that Is blessed with good a crewn that no riches can buy i mind of contentment and ease J IWeare harassed by trouble nor care In its haven of peace to the proud millionaire there Is that which the world with Its goldftgrandeur and glory and might ts unable to give or withhold i For its pains do Us pleasures all blight the good heart that Is filled with pure And love that feels for anothers deep woe ojl Has the source of Its joy from above A fount that never ceases to Slow Better than wealth Is the mind that soars And delights In Its search for truth That all the wide range of knowledge explores youthtrare of a gem the most pure And virtue set In her graces all fair a jewel alone to endurel 1Is Is something far better than gold will rival the most precious stone conscience correct Is of value untold compass that will guide to thethrone zIIfwe list to Its dictates of right tecan face the unknown without fear And the angel of death In his might 4 Will CUe not a sigh nor a tear A Van Derwerken In N Y Observer o IS KIDNAPPED MILLIONAIRES A Tata of Wan Street ad the Tropics X c By FREDERICK U ADAMS lI opjrtt tMMbT IothroprnblUm Compcj flgba uez d They dAFTER XVIIConlUJmI necting the ocean with the bay i This they found to be n passage c not more than 100 yards In width rwth cliffs rising perpendicularly r beetling over the water Outside was a bar over which the long swell of the ocean rolled in curling breakerIC as reached the uphea 38hore Inside was deeper water where the waves regained a part of their strength as they glided smooth t ly into the gateway t vT Lets see If we cnn get outside l Enid Mr Kent If we can pass thoseI breakers we can paddle out a mile or f slanIii can sup pose Yes I can swim and I guess we J tapr those breakers said Sidney ns he watched the great surges sweep over a the bar We will try it if you wish to take the risk 7 am not afraid said Mr Kent tl stqutly All jirhu sy e will leave our guns f hC1 suggested Sidney o grt 7f If eIS are no more- J 1 I J r ll1ng suit ti t d the rao i t t afU i I W cMi fllf = f rt 1 r S iP It j i c t N f 11rl to t Mi t iInrdl no rd 1 W They pushed on their ciido PlI aies with nil their strength One Hundred yards away the pen was an s s J i TH WAS STRUGGLING liESPER ATELY I undulating1 plain of smooth rollers Could they reach it The next wand Lye it j rose before them The forward e of the raft tilted back until it was early upright Five feet in th drtTear the swell broke and churned the r water in fury tf Hurrah shouted Sidney Once 7uore and we are all Tight As he I poke a mountain of water welled up from the ocean Sidney gave It i one glance lie knew the moods of theettoo well to make any mistakea awayItblending green above it rose until it towered above their heads1 Ib Dive into Itt cried Sidney as the edgeoihe comber broke Into daz c filing white tr Mr Kent hesitated torn moment P but Sidney dived straight Into the breaker Tor a few seconds which I seemed minutes his cars were filled with the crash of waters The undertow pulled him down as It he ver- eadiraw1t seemed as lf the weight f of tons was holding liis down but with Ii lusty stroke he came to the t L putybfSJ1ot sight tt r Sidney raised himself out of the f water asblgb aposllblennd TheJicceeding wave swept over him hiliil i Hjfhi tie saw the dark outlines of f I eiii e clsrk objectand etruck out for 1tJfd1I1e to the swrfnce the ft eeoJ lime Jse awiIr Kent only tc I 1ewf rptw r1f wa llnleloua a J deIPiae Y ut J1 ikBy trtyTcerp afloat 1m a moment Maey was by ihU side a The next ii ware did not break and Bptkhad a i breathing spell TJirow your left aria acroe my sck anti hutg to y skirtiiald SlJ raK be lPabMCdl JiIrarm under kr XJats cheat Keep cool wei reaIJ rl1Jt ir Xit itKfJW t Q Kj l rl4rtkl i ri c WIllI a j JII t 1I tq r j rrip i jor 1j tiisw y Jt w = tH1 J1rit1yz i i7Lf r c l MoiegraspIngI and using his right hand to aid In swimming Three times they went below in the boiling surf but they made slow yet steady progress towards the Inlet Mr Kent did not reply in answer to Sidneys reassuring words but devoted all his energies to keeping above water At last they passed the danger point and reached the quiet waters where the shattered surges rolled with n gentle swell Mr Kent glanced hack and released his hold Im all right he said Much obliged Mr Kent struck out for the Which was bobbing up and rafia the water a few rods away Sidney sAvnm at his side antI soon climbed aboard the raft He helped Mr Kent to his feet and then swum for the paddles which were floating toward the rocks He recovered them and was again safe on the raft Are you nil right Mr Kent asked Sidney as he grasped the band of his companion arid shook it cur ncstly I am all right except that I have ninastomach said Mr Kent who seemed chagrined than hurt It a thing for me that you arc a strong swimmer I could not have kept up You saved my lire Hum dayouDont try said Sidney laughing heartily I am glad you are not injured How did it crLikelilKentbichancelinandsUpped The raft carrie over right o of me and for n moment I was instunnedwas under water The first thing remember was when you yelled in my ear I knew enough to do ns I was told In my time I have helped per sons out of the water and have not forgotten the rules The next wave would have fixed me I could ft get my breath and was losing my strengthisoon were on removed their garments wrung them out nnd remained in the shade of a tree until their clothing was dried sufliciently to wear Mr Kent would listen to no proposition involving an Immediate return to the bungalow anil stoutly declared he was as wen as ever After an hours rest they proceeded to climb the slope of the rock which formed the north portal of the gafewnyl It was a long hnrd struggle over the rocks and through brush and briars But they kept on and at last stood on the summit of the crag 400 feet above the ocean Iookat that exclaimed Sidney lIe pointed in the direction where there was a cleft in the ridge of hills to the northwest There showed the faint outlines of a distant giant mountain peak a pyramid whose top was white with eternal snow See that mountain peak he ex claimed Mr Kents eyes were not so good as Sidneys but he soon manic out the outlines of a mountain That peak is about 130 miles joyItieo or Central America There are peaksJike waytthan 15Q miles It looks vJlP51110 I imagine I can sec a smoke above it With a y j mainXand get away from than two weeks at ks as if you are W ent I wonder d is iMTrre rcof the coast but It no answer to Mr Kentsquestion From where they stood it was apparent no exploration possiblent the foot of the rocks casting illaspray far up their sides In places the neverresting waves had worn caverns Into the cliffs They determined to make an attempt to reach the northern ridge of hills by skirt- Ing the brow of the cliffs at postponed this until after lnnc Inbeon This they ate with good springofthe crevice ofs rock characterupposebepeople call a little near timetheeommltteecontribution for some charity asked Mr Kent Sidney bad not It was decided to raise a sum oft charitycontinuedten what it was there are so many itheamong others I signed lor n sum and glanced over the list Morton was down for 2000 Rockwell had signed for 2500 Carmody had pledged IOOohe is very liberal and beHnenthere was a lot of others I notticed thntMrs SImon Pence was on the paper for 50 Well the com mittee called on Pence were admitted and explained their mls thelistIrsSImoncommitteeIt back to them What do you suppose they saw guessHe before Mrs Simon Pence That was his contribution There is no way to beat him Eets be moving theedgemile but could go no further lie tracing their steps they again stood on the rock overlooking Mortons Bay and tine ocean At the same moment both gave an exclamation and pointed out tn Nhlphawedhut she wag hull down on the vraite of waters Yor half on hour they gazed at the dim outlined of mastn and sail She U fullr 25 miles away said thedisappearinga slgual from some point like this ant keep a man on watch during the day If one ship passes more are iikey to and eome may come near enough to see and understand our signal cJoudllsiilr1MrI f flf 1 i iV t t t it R r Q v r r IpHalf past two Those are remark able looking clouds I never aa anything like them before Let u get our raft across the bay If Vincent nnd 1cnec are wise they il come back at once We arc going to liave some wind In the southeast a murky rainbow of clouds extended over n quarter arc of Cahthe Hca line Its upper edges were gray with flecks of white Then I shaded into u blue nnd lower into a band of darker gray Below it was saffron blending Into a murky red nt the an exdSlowlytheIt was three oclock when the raft reached the place which had bee ag tw tIriicethe top of their voices There was no ag Stainrcpentedlbut air Inctthiictnsen alcartinlytrees were motionless a if cast bronze SIt how fast the tide U cx mmclninncilit wrriseHe pointed towards the inlet A rk ridge rose out of the lake On lIloinglinelump ashore Its a tidal borel ied Sill adgIeamshlpItt it was strong enough to ham er tine raft against the rocks Tlrcy lilialle the raft as high on the beach as they could The water rose at U1ato of a foot n minute Tine roar the sntrf bcond the cliffs tn lik thenut a breath of air Across the may they saw men the stone deck beckoning them return It was halfpast three oclock They hud promised to have tlin Steagreed that they must wait for nceflt and Pence It seemed e lhry thcliiiThe arch was overhead It looked like n mass of writhing snakes The keyTheening pall Sidney felt n puff of hot air on his face The moan from the sea became a roar Three hundred feet above the crown of a palm tree bowed to the west This way Mr Kent shouted Sidney lIe grabbed the older man by the arm and they dashed to the shelter ofnn overhanging rock And not a moment too soon The hurricane broke on the island with a fury which seemed Incarnate A tree which hind withstood the storm blasts of generations was torn from the heights above andwent whirling across the lake In a moment it was dark as night From where the two men were sheltered they could judge of the storm only by the tumult Jt came from the southeast nnd passed over their heads From above there came eI torrent of water and a shower of rocks stones nnd logs It did z seem possible a human being cot survive such a storm for a minute There were occasional flashes of light The sky became tremulous with its sickening flicker Gnat Lu ally this became more Intense Then there was a glare as if the universe had burst into flame The hills w s shichrightennedat the j tiny manifesta tions of nnture In a northern thu dcrstorm cannot afford to cavil at nn apparent extravagance of Inn gunge essential to a word picture of a tropical hurricaneaAs night came on the storm Increased in fury They gave Yin cent and Pence up ns lost and non expected to see them alive agn All night long they crouched under pnding timber the rumble of tumbling rocks the incessant reverberation of thunder the lashing of the rain and the spectacle of a sky aflame with writhing skein of lightning made anaimpression on their minds never to e effaced But nt five oclock there was a l g fleanmustered her forces for one more terrific blast Vhen exhausted the li b siyrefrelhingbrthe across the a nntSidney and Mr Kent came from behind the sheltering rock They presented a sorry sight Their duck were streaked with mud and faces tense and drawn by ex citement and lade of sleep They washed their hands and faces in the lake trail then climbed the ridge where they obtained an unbroken delighttheyon the stone pier Sidney waved his hat and was greeted by an answer bungalowSidney and Mr Kent yelled in re urn Mr Morton Mr Carmody and is companions speedily built and launched a new raft and were soon rowing to the relief of the missing onesWhere are Pence nnd Vincent f shouted Mr Morn is the raft neared tine shore They did not return said Sidney I am afraid they were lost in the storm Sidney would not listen to the proposition that he return vith Mr Kent to the bungalow Though i ve- nda hungry he joined Mr Morton and plunged into the forest to find the missing men dead or alive He bungaloihadsmall damage and that none of tho occupants were injured To Be Continued Ills UleIJIr A young man at the risk tf his Girltramby1howith emotion enld Noblo youth ta you I am indebted for everything that nkei life dear to me Which reward will you take 440000 or the hand of my daughter Ill take the daughter replied tine heroic rescuer thinking thereby to get bpth the girl nnd the money You Ijave well chosen replied thi grateful father I could not Ii are given you the 46000 just yet any 2idaughterand be happy wj jSIgtMfrK youYn fr I r lc- t f N EVER SAW SUCH LARGE YIELDSI WIRICanada Writing from Stirling Alberta to one of the agents representing tho nadian Government Free Home ad Lands Mr M Pickrell for tof me sayWesternIn the first place we will say that the summer season Is just lovely in deed As to the winter well we never perienced liner weather than iv arc now enjoying We have just re turned from Northern Alberta and wifti say that we found the weather to be very mild the air dry fresh nan d invigqrating Considering every ng we can say that the winters re are most pleasant healthy and enjoyable to what they are in the ates Here it gets cold and eon ites so till Spring there are no dl it byishes of snow may fall and in a few hours a Chinook wind coma ong evaporating the entire snow 10Iwe not believe this part un fledIte to be just ns we write It There Inns not been a day this winter t I could not work out doorFarmers here are calculating on starting the plough tine March rAs to farm wages j ex TpectatIon j I work but all who do I advise to have nerve e h tbeengrand opportunity foS Vtiget a home almost free IAs to the crops I H e fields before hanes i grass put up and the Iand I never saw Ilinw oats near grn1ffeet tall that yielded acre and I talked to Albert who had a fie f cfore last that averaged pe r acre and weighed 43 te bushel All other c r N run in proportionas to p vegetables the turnout mous I have such repor above from all sections tj VTvisited and that has been e m unity between the Edmoi 4fA and Raymond In the Ik 4 district VAs to stock raising I Jf a man to locate in this f place in South Alberta WOit farming I would say north say near Lacombe W or Edmonton where it is r1 I so dry and where there is st ber to be had I will say j where have I ever seen aSportunity for a man whether he ii money or not to obtain a home productheter governed country than Western Canada affords Inducements to tho homeseeker are unexcelled Imettwo men ntar Ponoka on the O E R R who borrowed the money to pay for their homestead and in four years those two men sold their forIdwho landed here with 25 cents nix years ago He Is now worth 8000 The advantages for ranching are excellent in fact I do not believe this section can be beat Markets are goodas to living a family can lire a htatesThis neighborhood last year was wheaTTttveragedi good In consequence of the SUCCCSH ful cultivation of the beet a large beet sugar factory is being erected t thinW T from Manitoba to a long dIts producesarivers abound with fish and game is unquestionablycome to if he desires to better his condition in life I would advise the prospective settler to look over the Lethbridgc Lacombe Wetaskhcia nd Edmonton districts before local ing t ISisrctrom the States will locate with me n Jhe meantime I will receive my t ghede RailwayBthe Canadian Government whose ames appear elsewhere in this pahitr Left at GIB Pod No Mr Siowun said the fair possessor of the square chin I must re spectfully decline to become your other half Bbut why asked the astonished young man who had figured from his form sheet that it was he under the wire in a canter Because replied the female extender of the frosty digit the man I marry mutt be brave and fearless Tonight you let out the information that you have loved me for fire Ic weary years but have not dared in enIt ion It until the present writing A man who has no more nerve than that would hide under the bed while his wife went downstairs to interview a burglar who was making a raid on the family larder Therefore Mr Slowun I will work the piano for a little slow music while the curtain drops on the f batarewellon the usual peg of the mall rack Good veningChlcago Daily News Maklar a JToUe What do you mean by accepting a callow youth like Jack whos just out of college Why hell never make a noise In the world Oh said Mabel you just ought to hear him give his cute college yellIand you wouldnt think lolBaltimore Herald Trick of Photography A German photographer Kunwald when taking a picture of a lady of doubtful age places sheets of celluloid ttwrrn the negative and the printing thus producinga very softening effect which hide the ditcrepanciei of gPboogrnphy4ae dra PUnoi At the time of her marriage 4Oyi era igo Queen Alexandra received 10 pianos a i wedding presents Every one of these elaborate instruments is Hill in perfect condition London Mail Otis Cathedral Window The Catherdal of Cbartres ia France is said to contain the roost beautiful and the bestpreserved twelfthcentury windows In the world 1l olcja1 trom gQY U451iu c r oi I G iGMi GItMiGiGKGC Cfu 0 STATE NEWS ITEMS ia MiI FOUR WERE SHOT Young Girl the Cause eta Battle In Powell County Irvine Ky April SDert Rogers obtained a marriage license at Stan 0ton Powell county to marry Miss Sudie Hatton aged 15 representing to the clerk that she was av widow Rogers In company of II Watson Lu ther Snowden II II ilntt n ann I others proceeded to tho home of the young lady and attempted to perfect the elopement B F Hatton father of Miss Sudie with his son warned the party to come no nearer The warn opencilbytton and Watson were wounded The father and son escaped unhurt Warrants have been sworn oUt b both sides nnd there Is great excite ment Further trouble Is feared It Is not believed any ot the wounde a will die- EFIANCED OF HEALTH BOARD L jjjjjNear i vllle rmaJlrtei c colt 4 lined ii far itSj aS at a r b e t v t l a s t a a uommence Jl surveying locating ands udllSTugthe road A portion of it will be constructed over an old stir vey of the Cincinnati Southern ral road which was abandoned for a short er route USED HUSBANDS REVOLVER A Barkeepers Wife Killed Herself in His Presence aOwensborovis a barkeeper was leaving home Ii w 5orkt flolbe careful and without saying a word she placed the muzzle of the weapon to her eye and pulled the trigger Tho bullet passed out hrpugh the back of er skull proving fatal The woman as 22 year 1 and had been mar 11tiJa year No gIalctiwnw N Riley Brock Again Arrested Lexington Ky April 1C Rlley Brock husband of Dora Brock once the child wife of Gen Casslus Jf Clay o Sage of Whitehall and J Ems ig of Versailles were arrested here Wednesday night Following the arrest Brock was sweated for two hours by the detectives and the po lice say a partial confession was ob tained of implication in spurious mono ey dealings An Editor Missing Hartford Ky April 17H Thomas late editor of the Hartford Republican t left home about a week ago saying he was going to Louisville and woliildcreturn next day since which time he had not been heard from The office force say they do not know his where abouts A Posse Is In Pursuit Owensboro Ky April ISA Negro t trampverta laborer Friday afternoon en iced his daughter Nellie from the ouse and taking her three miles from the city Into the woods assaulted her A posse Is In pursuit Free Delivery Routes in Kentucky Washington April ISTwo rural free delivery routes will be established July 1 at Milton Trjmblo county Ky with two carriers Length of routes 45 miles population served 1373 The post office at ML Pleasant Trout and Locust are to be discontinued Coming Specialists Meeting Lexington Ky April 17 Prepara t ions were begun Thursday for the International convention of specialists In medicine and surgery which meets In this city April 30 lasting four days Delegates from Europe and Canada will be in attendance Held to the Grand Jury Lancaster Ky April lliThe ex amining trial of John Metcalfe who it Is alleged killed his brother Ben Tuesday resulted in the defendant be- Ing held to await the action of the August grand jury Sold at Public Auction Lexington Ky April IGThe his toric home place of the late Gen Wil llam Gordon In this city was sold at public auction Wednesday It was di vided Into building lots and sold to different purchasers for an aggregate sum of 16100 BridegroomOwensboro ge Llttell the bridegroom of but a day met with a very disastrous accident two of his fingers being cut off at a planing mill He married Miss Floggfe Bannon Saturday evening 0Hold Stones Liable Tlockpark Ky April nThe coroners jury decided that JameS Bars who was killed at the home of Mrs Carrie Garfield on last Tuesday night came to his death at the hands of id Iii Stones The latter is sick abed a deputy has been placcd in charge of him Doctor Sentenced to the Pen- HMt Sterling Ky April 18Dri- nW N Watson a colored physician this city Will sentenced to threeyears borsetullps 1 ASYLUM PATIENTSthe Testify That They Were Badly Treatcou ed By Attendants cla tiolvisited that institution again Friday and wh wititetestified that Mrs Koycs and Miss Sin by Ththeand dragged her into a strong room where she remained without attention fro cqnmsta motementpatients The witness says her only offence was that she washed the blood fi TOtherty and tho committee Inspected the strong rooms The committee will not finish its tabors for several days TO STOP SUNDAY BASEBALL Th rimeUnusual Plan Henderson Ky April 16In view of the fact that a baseball game Is an nounccd for a Sunday In the near fu tu I haTEvansvlllc Ind the ministers of the city have taken steps to prevent it in a pe ittitioningthey drew up a petition or rather a recitationstatutes the Sunday law They presented a copy of this to the mayor of the and the sheriff of Th aweIs inferred from their action that they JjDOUBLE FAMILY TRAGEDY Louisville Bookbinder Killed His Wife and Shot Himself Louisville Ky April 18 George Jhisat their home on Twentyfirst and MarI ket streets In this city Miller his wife had not been on good term for sometime and Friday night Miller went to his home in an Intoxicate condition and finding his wife at sup perr hot her three times and then turned the pistol upon himself putting Ia bullet through his brain and dylns instantly It is claimed the trouble which led up to the shooting was caused by Jealousy DANGEROUS PETSiA Crane Struck a Boys Eye Blind- Ing Him Mt Sterling Ky April 17Clnr1c Crouch aged 8 was struck in the ey by a crane and will probably lose his eyesight The crane was recently caught by Clarks brother and they petjand a great curiosity for this section but all probability will be killed as It considered very dangerous Water For Latonia Covington Ky April 17The al dermen Thursday evening concurred in the action of council and adopted the resolution the tiorkstract with the Kenton Water Co to urnish water t9IA period or l2 year 5 at arateof ten cents per 1000 gal Ions Woodard Shanklin to Dissolve eLexingtonnounced here that the combination sale firm of Woodard Shanklin Is io be dissolved This firm Is the pioneer sale firm In America now In existence having been started by W T Wood ard and W B Brashfield 20 years ago Louisville Tobacco Louisville Ky April 17The to bacco market was unchanged Thursday The Louisville leaf tobacco ex phangethese 162 were burley and 78 hhds dark tobacco Original inspec tlon ISO hhds reviews 60 hhds Clven ThreeYear Sentence LIMtW S Watson a colored physician of his city was sentenced to the pent tentlary for three years for borsesteal Ing He was recently released from the Frankfort penitentiary where he had served a years sentence for for gery Railway Men ArrestedlLexington Ky Fuller of Huntlngton W Va and Joseph Rowles of Richmond Ky were arrested here Thursday night charged with taking a horse and buggy rom Hinton Morris livery stabilat Paris Ky Wednesday Scoggin Buys Dr RicetLouisville Ky April 18 Hiram Scoggin has purchased from Fred Foster the celebrated stallion Dr Rice Dr Rice won the Brooklyn handicap several years ago and several others notable events The price paid nota divulged Monitor Given Hearty Welcome Henderson Ky April 18The mon- Itor Arkansas was given a hearty welcome here at 6 oclock Friday morning by the ringing of bells and blowing of whistles It is estimated that 5000 people visited the monitor To Erect a New School Building Madlsonville Ky April 16A prop osltion to assess a tax for the of erecting a new school building was voted on here and carried by a ma jority of over 5 to 1 The building Is- ot be a modern and commodious structure and will cost 25000 Probably Fatally Shot Lancaster Ky April 16Jerry Pa tens was probably fatally shot by Tom Smith his brotherinlaw Tuesday night Peters was drunk and threat end to kill Smith The men are cot ored Jewelry Store Robbed Fulton Ky April lt1Enrly Wed nesday morning the jewelry store of M P Demyer was robbed of 15 goll watches valued at 250 Two Negro boys were arrested In Dyersburg Tenn with four stolen wtcbei In their possession Second Trial In Progress Richmond Ky April 6The see oud trial of John William and Robert Hensley of Clay county who were Jointly indicted on a charge of robbing John Hunter of 8000 la gold la jo progress in the circuit court 4i J J r I i RATHER TOO SMARTD Facetious Young Lawyer Gets a Taking Down by an Indlff- maet WItne A promising tmrriittr was wont to declare tht though many a bid case bed bseo won by aemanydthing ays London TitBit Not long ago a CUll out of a street dent came on for hearing at a certain nty court An electric tramcar had in the cob wllneseuteppedforward us young gentleman engaged by the plain s abruptlyAn the ness Indeed ejaculated the lawyer A li luppoeooren he boldly tackled the facetious one Look here young man he remarked in a fatherly sort of way You may not know there are different kinds of ductoru For instance Im oneand youre ther and if I didnt conduct my car any ter than youre conducting your cue IIshould earn the sack and get it lie Wnsint a Cherie he physicians were holding a consulta the cot of the man supposed to have appendicitis concealed about his per sonI believe said one of the surgeons that we should wait and let him get stronger be rare cutting into him Before the other prospective operator could reply the patient head and- arkea feebly do you take me a cheese Baltimore American They VsUtrd and Saw Warrerra Corners N V April 20th coursebutThis was what the doctors said to 3Ir doctorshadbetter They thought that nothing could per saysMy large that timesitning through them I could not sleep on my left side for years the pain was H manyUmltim sga andinstain my linen The pain across my back was timeAfterfor four days my kidneys pained me so bad morningtheimprovement continued till I was complete ly cured tmfte1ingpermanent and genuine A Sadden Drop on giassthebut he wasnt Last summer hr done a dirty sneakizftnickeold me a saddle at wusnt hitn and I had to it u frlendlwltbbimw Hiiddrns City Journal A Barrier beefsteakda7Well replied the frank butcherI iaitaIt Cares While Yoa Walk Allens FootEase is a certain cure for hot feetSoMcept any substitute Trial package FREE- Addreu Allen S Olro Ud Le Roy N Y Contagion Only This fihin fever eems to be contagion said the stranger the row of 3an bankYes sid tho man wno hiut been fishing four hour without a nibble but not Baltimore American Stopa the ConRh and works off the cold Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Price 25 cents Ecc le lastlcal we1lP101Iortioned ofproportionman Do not believe Pisos Cure for ConsurorA coldlJFPerhapshhemariagherfomnneeeil troit Free Press The Klean Kool Kitchen Kindofloves make no smoke smell heat Always look tortradenark Silence U often the best apology Chicago Journal CaredBook ownChicago cownharcterBoardman gooderThe man who admits nothing his nothingto explain Chicago The more we study the more we discover our ignorance days marks old Aching backs are Hip back and oin pains overcome Swelling of the limbs and dropsy signs vanish They correct urine with dust mont high colored excessive pain in pass wettingDoans palpitiionMASS March St 1903I received he sample of Ooan Pills and with the use of one more box from my druggist 1 am entirely cured of a very lame A CUVKLADD G ALZSBCBO ILL March 80 1003 The sam lc of Doans Kidney Pills came to band Iuso cot one 50cent box from our druggist nd r thankful to say the pain the email of my back disappeared like a snow bank In hot sun Doans Fills reach the spot ELMER WABFEL Ross GLEN PA March 29 1903 The free casion to get up so often at night My corn plaint affected the bladder more catching cold JOSEPH LETPERAL I Lcr 0 YSPEPSIA OF WOMENI y W 11 Mrs E B Bradshaw of Guthrie Okla cured of a severe case by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound A great many women suffer with form of indigestion or dyspepsia which does not seem to yield to ordinary medical treatment While symp toms seem to be similar to those of ordinary indigestion yet the medi c universally prescribed do not seem to restore patients normal condition 4 Mrs Plnklmm claimsliatifere t is a kind of dyspepsia that iffcgAued by derangement of the ism and which while it causes dis turbancc similar to ordinary Indiges tion cannot be relieved without a medicine which not only acts u a stomach tonic but has peculiar uterine i tonic effects as welL Thousands of testimonial let ters beyond question that nothlngwlll relieve this distress lug COflIitIOfl SO surely as r p E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound It always works in bar j systemMrswomen free Address Lynn Mass L m o w it tale xmc bun ta art if fitbs4 vaamU 04 t14neb4I4tlhsIsvgetdianMMi1 Wdairf5btjta3k- iuhwManansdrnBaltnads aOMdfv5t9f 0i Ut75M5h4 tsp sign SiTisti c51itNi53I E WANT YOUR TRuE WYou can buy of us at whole sale prices and save money Our 1000page catalogue tells the story We will send it upon receipt of 15 cents Your neighbors ti trade with us why not you 4 CHICAGO The house that tells the truth CALLED IT A BATTLE SONG 1kt It May Slave Steen an Aye Maria Bat the Pointer Couldnt T TbJnk So Guest at musical parties are not com stonily expected to beespedahly attentive dependentiargelyof it painter in New nightittainment given in hi honor He was seat ed in the front row and was the most con spicuoiu person in tlnt room next to the popular contralto wino had just begun to sing Before she had finished the first verse the guest of honor arose walked to hU hostess said goodnight and prepared ta Jleave relates the New York Sun But you wont go now in the midst ofaher song aid the hostess It ian terriblyBy the painter but he seemed quite indifferent may call it an Mania he said I houid say it was abattie With that comment the painter left time house He has not been allowed to enter it again Three trains a day Chicago to Califor Oregon and Washington chicaO Union Pacific t NortitWestern Line Experience ia a 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scale off spoiling walls and rendering them unsanitary and therooms almost uninhab Alabastlne merit while the only merit hot or cold water cheapThere wall and unsanitary kalscmlnei Buy AUbstlnc in 3 Ib packages only and properly Pltut write us for StiffMtlMU freni our Artlets In Decorating Your Rooms with ALABASTINE COMPANY Nl York OffCl 105 Water St Offle ana FactortORAMD RAPIDS MICH k YBhOHO It 10 s i i ww 0 i Tl 5 i It f 4ijft y i jl J f i elL JJJ J irAJ l The Souls House Hunting NO FLATS IN HEAVENCIIILDREN WANTED THERE I A Moving Day Sermon by the II Highway and Byway E Preacher 1Ip ir s i w Copyr1bt by J u Idscu Cbc tro April It IBM 1 Textfle Abraham looked for a cUr rhch hath foundations whose Builder t and Maker la OocJJlcbllI ci Lot lifted up his e yes and beheld ali the t41 plain of JordanThen Lot chose Mm all ri the plain of JordanGen 13UMl A BRA1IAM and Tot were both looking for a dwelling- place a spot which they could call home Abra ham had bis ryes focused upon Heavenly things so that he looked for a city which hath foundations whose Builder and Maker is JJod loOt with his eyes fixed upon the fruit fill plain below saw that it could sat ihfy worldly ambitions nnd In ho chose him the plain of Jordan and went there to liv Abraham could J ralmly evrn cheerfully see Lot tnfce ihcbestof the land for his rye of faith beheld with undimmed vision the gus tvning turrets and the poldm pave merits of that OlrMial City designed Vyiod and built upon the enduring f rock of Ills eternal purposes It may a be that when Abraham went home and i 41oud his wife of the bargain he had eVThtUICVWIIII his nephew ToOt that shewas tt very much dissatufird and tcolded him Seforhis shortsighted folly And it did teem for a few years as though A hra cV1 liani hail made a mistake hut Curing t P1 the centuries which hare rolled round J wince then Sarah has had plenty of lime I1ochange her mind and 1 imagine as- Nhe walks with Abraham through the rare garden of the Celestial City sharing in the peace and joy and glory tcf beautiful place she wonders 44ow sbe ever could have let a little 4 patch of ground down by the Tordan make her unhappy and dissntUfled i And Lot Well after his bargainvwlth It cf Abraham 1 suppose he used to run up- Vand visit his uncle occasionally to tell him of his rent prosperity and his accumulating riches lie probably had t many a quiet little laugh with hlriuelf over the easy way in which he hnd over reached lih uncle and wondered good rnianytinies how Abraham could be so Scontented and so easily satisfied lImit 4q whije Lot was gathering the worlds t gold in heaps Abraham was laying up treasure In Heaven which he is enjoy- lug to this day but Lot poor poverty stricken soul that he was got lain Heaven s as by fire and every blessed thing he had was burned up- S He has had a good many YlnrlilInd cn tories to study nail learn the standard I of true values He wonders now how he ever could have let that plain of lor dan shut out his view of Heaven and st wishes n good many times I ventureto Vvaythat heiiatpent IcsMime search ing out the plains of Jordan and choo IVv ing their verdure nndwealth nnll more i time laying up treasure In Heaven r one has beautifully told of nu SOME lnary but very probable scene i liT Heaven Two souls have passed yG from earth anti entered the pearly gates of Heaven Earn seeks ita mann ion which the Lord has been prepar log for them in fulfillment of His prom 1e The Master leads one who has been a gardener and who has dwelt In a lit tie thatched colfagV in one obscure corner of his employers lordly etate to a splendid mansion placed in a good ly location and bids him enter for this hbis mansion which has been pre pared for him The other soul who while on earth had lived in the moan fiiqn on the place where the first soul had toiled in obscurity and was none other than the mistress h6lIall daily riyenih5m his orders was then taken by the raster to n humbler part oithe city where the houses sere smaller Sandlnwerand plainer and pointingto one which was the meanest of lit on the Mreet He bids her enter An ex clamation of surprise and bitter din appointment burst from her lips and ihe exclaims Surely Lord this place CatmgJblntenilcd form Thavebeen m tp a Thesiately I IIO IM which my former servant has a rntered must be mine and this place his for he has always lived in a rude menu cottage of two rooms upon my esfale Hut the Master with tender lone and compassionate look said Xijy dear soul this is in truthyour innrision No mistake has been made TI1done the best could with the Smmndeuiaiyoui gave Me So llltletreas tire Ud you lay up in Hraven whijr on J earthy that I was hard put to rear even o srnsll and unpretentious a dwelling nut your humble and faithful servant whose good and kindly deedsandgodly life were the talk of all in the comma njtylaidtiphistreacure here with such lavish hand that it was necessary to ftilarge the plans several times and minarets and turret all over he splendid structure to use up all the ma terial he provided Abraham looked for a city which hath foundations Mhose Builder and Maker is CSodv and hr iiiuloubtedly secured one of Ihnfin l mansIons in the city Lot looked to i lie plain of Jordan and chose his dwell I ihp place there and he could count- t hlnifelf fortunate that he even ob jtr tallied standing room in Heaven frV r iNi of the problems of this ifr U ti 4p 4 thalof choosing a dwelling place Ve have to live somewhere and house fes I hunting becomes the task of nearly j ietrone ome time during tlfeA people never know what it ii to move from one home to another A rgreat many move but seldom while- t multitudes move yearly or biennially t people move It Is said because it I cheaper than paying rent others J Vto get out of their own dirt and i hecause it is the easiest way to IIOUM tit rjeanjothero move from habit and be I cAuse of the restless spirit which 1t craves change pf scene and surrjjund Ings and some others move because ii tIlIrgeraccommodations are made nee r by growing families And house l hunting is part of the experience At Jt Zthjsseason of the year the tramp of minis feet are heard u they hurry S hltlirr and hither In March of a home VV sv imV verily they Dad what they lIkIr nffsrv It it a long and vrrarjr bunt A tthfch 1he hmneteek eflfrx 111 kno mlV crt j tl Ito-s j1J t i I1 Sj fta fIt lofrIJi1t20 f 1 i f i nC ti t trt1 i tii 3 c Jfr I ih i y i jv1fofJirttti j4 0 i 1 1f1ud P rli lJiift ijf Jf tri 7a J1 S aI eC1f J 4eI 01 l tr C31 i tt1 tIr I ti 1 Jt S sy iaV Jt t pi j l if jBw 1f JcT i f i tIi t GtitbJ i4Jt t ii1ih 7 It 1 ttA4 t l +J t i1tJ11L o t 1 a t Tt 4 1 c j1 fi rtfo lJ O in it not that ho is fn careless of his souls needs 1 The soul which is slid tered temporarily in a house of clay will nerd a permanent nbiding place some day Why not exercise the same wisdom in providing for the souls needs as ik displayed III looking after the needs of time body 7 Why nut be as diligent in house hunting for the soul as in hunting for the earthly dwelling in which to shelter and rest time body Abraham looked for the Heavenly city hut I do not read anywhere that he ever suffered for lack of physical tImings In fact he had a very coin fortalile time of it even though he did not roll in the fat nnd ease and plcas lire of the Jordan valley He liked to get on time mountain topw nnd look oft toward time city with foundations which God had built And while he sought first the timings above nil the other things were added to him Lot ou the other hand pretty nearly for got all about his Heavenly home and looked down with worldly eyes on Jor dana fair valley He found n dwelling place there limit hi hail such a miser able time of it notwithstanding all the luxury mind pleasures that odt Word declares he was rex ell with the filthy conversation of the wicked for that righteous mann dwelling among them in teeing and heiring vnted his rigimiromis soul from day to day with their unlawful deeds NO Jordan valley could provide for needs of Lots soul or satisfy it Xo accommodations which this world can otTer are siiflicient to properly shelter the soul In its house hunting the soul must look beyond this world if it would find an abiding home It mint stand with Abraham on the mountain side of desire and look tiff Inward the souls eternal city lInt suppose the soul has been so busy gaining the whole world and enjoying its ambitions and pleasures that H has failed to secure a mansion in the skies into which to move While the earthly house of the body has remained well and strong and throbbed with life and energy the need of other dwelling place for the soul hot been forgotten nut failing health weakened vitality and lagging energies sound time warning to the sleeping soul that it must soon depart to a new home The sick bed comes and the door of eternity openn The soul steps into the darkness The earthly body refuses to shelter It longer H must pass Into the great beyond Ah if it has no homo awaiting it A homeless soul The bright light streaming from the celestial city draws it cm and the soul knockn nt the pearly gate Lord Lord open the door for me is the cry and from within comes the question Who art tbou7 The books of Jbutare only mansions in Heaven for those whore names are written in the Lambs book of life and so time wait log soul hears tIle depart for I never knew you The soul put off its house hunting until too late While it is oc cupying its house of clay it must secure Its new howe in Heaven The thief with his dying breath asked forI a Place with Jesus and the Lord told him This day shall thou be with Ie in Paradise Time soul may by the mercy und grace of God be permitted jjj so 1atejLcason to makeprepmtro tions for its eternaJl rnelml oh time folly of taking the chances saddest scene before Heaven TIn earth is the deathbed which sees no light of hope beyond the grave But the soul whose nnnxion is awaiting it In the city which God has built can say with PnulFor to me to live is Christ nnd to die is gain For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved we have a building of God an house not made with hands etertnal in the hcavtus That deathbed scene in a little town In New Jersey which was chronicled a few days ago by the newspapers could never have come to glorify the sadness of that bereft homo if the one whose soul was leaving the earth ly house of flesh had not secured through faith in Jesus Christ n new home in Heaven The dear mother had lain fur five lays in n death stu por The husband and childrene watched by the bedside some last twin or look At last the eyelids twitched and then opened a glad smile lit up time face and her voice clear but faintsnid Too long has my spirit been held in this jthehappiness I am of it and I see you nil know you all and tell you that we shall meet over there Father and mother are with me now Goodby Ah tell me in the light of Gods Word and such a scene as this doesh it not pay to secure a home in Heaventby accepting Jesus Christ as Do you suppose there is enough wealth and honor and power in this sorrowlllgIyedof tIme dear mothers last words which told of Heavenly mansions and Theyknewbefore that a home in Heaven was worth more than all the worM conllt offer for what shall it profit a man if he gain the whole world and lose his own soul New Home Secured There is THE great satisfaction and comfort in the knowledge that the new home is secured Time weary house hunter can smile triumphantly and forget the tired feet and aching head when he knows that his quest has ended successfully The weary tiredIbuTfeted soul of man can never know what rest and peace and satisfaction are until it has gone house hunting with Tesus Christ nnd knows that his name is written in the register of Heaven which entitles him to a man sion there when the earthly house of flub will no longer hold the undyjuf soul Tho world don not know rind cannot know what real lattifaetlon nnd joy are because only God anti the longIngsthe Infidel Ingersoll who professed to believe that this life ended all as he stood by time coffin of his dead brother is said to have expressed a ipubl ns to his own theories mind to tf admitted that the soul probably tfterllJe death of the body t couisciournesS hJt e ifillll hue life tluerm rY JIa utmcudIiu cjracel 8f tt Jit ori NO otv 1 i itt J J t flt vrj J1i flio q l ir t tj sif f lP t a 1a If SVc5l fA Ioi r9 i or tribe of men be they ever to fay age mid benighted bits ever beer found which has not had sonic sense of an existence beyosil the grave And no real rest or satisfaction ran roinc to the soul until it feels that its home beyond the grave has been se cured might live in time most beautiful palace which ever reared its stately spires above the verdure of the trees which stood as sturdy sentinels all about the grassy slope whose velvet carpeting of green un rolled until time lilac of the sparkling water fringed its edge with diamond spray limit what satisfaction would there be to me what penee of mind what rest if I knew that tomorrow I haunt leave its luxurious shelter and that I had no other place ready in which to find refuge The elegance antI ease of today wyiuld only inten shy the anxiety for the uncertainty of the morrow limit if I kiew that the home of today was to be ex changed for the mansion on the more row pence and eontenliiienl glad anticipation would fill my soul Man is unit ready to live in this life until he hums provided for hit soul beyond the grave limit if with Abraham he looks for a city which hath founda linn whose Huildcr mill Maker is nod he is III nn altitude of heart and mind which glues life n new aspect and pninlK the sky of the future with an enduring hope NO Flats in Heaven Man rearm piles of brick nnd stone into the clouds and families mire piled in layers one over tin other in congested pandemonium lout in Heaven God builds mansions for tisoul I am not sure but that in these latter days God is permitting man to herd himself in great buildings with airshaft bedrooms and lightshaft parlors nnd twobyfour hack yards where the children of tIme great stone prison called home must play together in mingled discontent so as to make the picture of Heaven with ils mansions the brighter with hope The little girl who went to the livinginwalked with reverent steps through the flowerdecked fields she heard the songs of the glad free birds the breezes from the waving trees kissed her checks nnd cooled her brow nUll with joy thriliingin her voice sheexelaimed This must be Heaven Thank God mans disfiguring hand will never have anything to do with the building oner nt ions of Heaven Xo flats there Flats with all their conveniences and their elegances are doing morn to destroy the true sense of home and fam lly life and are robbing childhood more surely of its right to proper en vironment and henlthyconditionsithan any other one thing Flat buildings rear their roofs until they seem some times to almost brush the blue of tbe sky but they are not an easy steppingstone to the mansions in Hctiven Everyone of these beehives of congested population has a wellpolished hlrute which is tobogannlng humanity nwny from God and Heaven as fast aa Satan can lure them on CHILDREN are not wanted In flat but thanks be to God presidentobligation nnd blessing of parent are so well known has said that the willfully barren woman like th willfully idle mann has no place in a snne healthy and vigorous commu nity limit sane healthy and vigorous living is stifled in the atmosphere of the flat building and a vitiated super flcial and emasculated social condition corner to exist Not a child but children are as essential in the constitu tion of family and homnasarethc pris malic colors necessary in combination to produce the light which cheers and warms and gladdens the earth The jdiiltllefs home is no home at nil God never inTencTecMJier i should be siicJl His command was and is incrVifr and IllsIiniat all It is hellish heresy hatched out of the infernallaid1 egg of devouring selfishness which decrees thnt one child shall be reared alone because the parents willfully determine that the art not able to properly provide for others Children may bar omr from he flat building earthly landlord may place their seal of disapproval jeleIsare going to be pretty much reversed and the husband and wife of the child gattbarredHeaven are prepared for such ns love onlylltgSurely not those who despise childhood and deliberately decree the childless home or limit the children to one or two for Jesussaid Suffer the little onespiind forbid them not to Rlngdomcity whose gtreelts are filled with time usy feet of happy children whose airs fragrant with their merry laughter whore every inhabitant has become as a little child for Jesus said Except ye become as this little child ye can not enter into the Kingdom ol Heaven House hunting not flat hunt ug on earth where home may be es tablished family reared and a bit of Heaven realized louise hunting in Heaven by the soul where it may toke refuge after the storms of life are past and where the home may again be re established to which the loved children may be gathered one by one Abraham looked for a which hath foundations whose JJuihier and Makers food Let time soul go reaching out in faith towards that same city for shall be realized anti only there the eternal Home sweet home of the soul The Bible From the apostolic age till the pres ent hour have there been attacks made upon the Bible from every conceivable source Where are the men and the books which have attacked it They are dead The book on any science written 50 years ago is out of date to Meantime what ofthe Bible There has not been taked from It one jot or tittle The presses of the world can hardly keep pace with the million pf icopies demanded yearly llev W ABartlett rile Goodnea of God Which of us dares to toy that he h- Ood sight drterrrn mure than begets Which of us then can that nod It bound to give him more tlinn He does The truth tnught all through the Gospel in to throw ourselves not upon the justice of God but upon His mercy His goodness And goodness is free It is spontaneous It flows from GodRer Dr Alfcop Ingratitude Jaggles What did that college do wlh the money it got from the mho IItf S LCrLL i i Je i 8 itfCT = ow r JI J ARE HELD FOR TRIAL Missouri Senators Accused of Accepting Bribes Lieut Coy Lee Is in Chicago and Says He May Return to St Louis the Latter Part iofthe Week IJllfcnlll City Mo April 20 Cols county grand Jurors returned four In dictments three presumably against state senators for the charged acceptance of bribes In connection with the alum bill legislation Strict secrecy It maintained anti definite information as to indictments can not bo obtained But by Inference It is believed that ono indictment Is against n St Iniiis sena tor two against senators living outside of St Louis and tho fourth against somebody living In Jefferson City This makes seven Indictments thus far issued by the grand Jury After time indictments were returned the grand jury adjourned to April 27 to permit Judgn Hazell who convened the body to hold court In Morgan county Attorney General Crow nays that he felt confident tho Indictment would stick they were Issued on strong evidence Judge Hazell took under advisement the cases of Page and Hlckor who refused to testify to the grand jury from whom they received bills of tho denomination of 1000 and 500 Judge Hazell will only send the men named to jail for contempt as a last resortSenator Bach Matthews of St Louis county is among those for whom indictments havo been returned by the Cole county grand jury and he Is hero arranging for bond Circuit Judge Ha nell has fixed the amount of the bond at 5000 Senator Matthews declares he is innocent of any crime for any vote he cast and asks that the public withhold criticism until ho comes to trial when be will establish his innocence SL Louis April 20Robert E l held a longdistance telephone conver sation with his brother Limit Gov Lee who is In Chicago Sunday night he said that Lieut Gov Leo thought he could return to St Louis the latter part of the week Senator Frank Far ris of Steelyille against whom tin grand jury returned an Indictment has been missing since Friday morning KING EDWARD Whether He Will Visit the Pope Re mains a Profound Mystery Home April 20 Whether King Ed ward will visit tbe popo continues be a profound mystery No official communication on tho matter has been received but the Vatican is of the opinion that King Edward can not fail to meet the pontiff if for state reasons alone as his majestys announced visit to Ireland soon will take place anti should ho slight the heat of tho Roman Catholic church he certainly would arouse the resentment of the 3500000 Catholics In Ireland and for no apparent or practical reason espe daily as the feeling in England to toward Catholics now very moderate LIVED ENTIRELY ON WATER A Novel Cure of a Salt Lake Merchant For Dropsy Salt take Utahtt7Cpril 20Arthur Van Meter a prorainent merchant of fills city Suntlaa b f Jays ago for the- re4 0 pay During this time ho has lived entirely on water He suf fered no distress after the first threo days and appeared to grow strong and healthy The dropsical conditions have entirely disappeared When ho began the fast he weigbeml250 pounds Sunday he weighed 125 THE ROWBOAT CAPSIZED Three Persons Were Drowned Near Kalkaska Mich Kalkaska Mich April 20The capsizing of a row boat on a small lake six miles cast of this village resulted- In a triple drowning Sunday The vie tims are John Victor his wife and MSaggle Fuetz Mrs Victors sister All were from Kentucky The unfor tunate people went down In the water when only six rods from the shore Funeral of Harry L Merrick Washington April 20The funeral of the late Harry L Merrick the para grapher of the Washington Post who died here Saturday night will take place at Portsmouth 0 next Wednea day The remains will leave here for Portsmouth Monday afternoon Editor Hawley Dead Reading Pa April 20Jesse G Hawley proprietor of the Reading Eagle of which he was one of the founders In 1868 died here Sunday evening aged 63 years Mr Hawley was of Quaker parentage born in Chester county Pa- Appointed Viceroys Peking April 20Chen Chuen Hsu an has been appointed viceroy of KwangTung and KwangSl provinces and Hsi Liang has been made viceroy of Szechuan province Both are strong men and probably will suppress the rebellion Secretary Wilson In Clarksville Clarksville Tenn 4rH 20Hon James Wilson secretary of agricul ture and son Joseph who arrived hero Saturday night were Sunday eaten talned by J B Luckett a prominent tobacco dealerVDouble Drowning New York April 201rankJ Fe j ley and wife quarreled on the street and later both their bodies were taken out of tbe North river The police be lieve the woman committed suicide and that the husband was drowned in trying to rescue her New Theater In Paris Opened Paris April 20Sousa and his band opened at the Nouveau theater Sun day evening to a crowded house and scored a marked success most ofthG numbers on the concert receiving en cores Many Americans were present Wintry Weathir In Germany Berlin 20 Wintry weather In Germany continues Reports from Southern Germany speak of a heavy snowfall In various sections Fruit trees that bad blossomed were ruined A hurricanelike snow storm swept over eastern Prussia Fell From the Third Story Kansas City Mo April 20Mrs Esther Paddock was killed Sunday by falling from tfe third story of a room lug house Th 5swlIce believe that she was pushed oi of the window The bUlbaneJ w4 tcq1 J f eriaif F f f r f tff t tOiVV j A RUNAWAY ELECTRIC CAR FortyFive Persons Were Injured In Allegheny Pa Pittsburg Pa April 20 Because an electric brako refused to work a crowded Western avenuo car of the Pittsburg Railway Co ran away Sun day on Federal street Allegheny wrecked a carriage broke tho safety gates of the Ft Wayne railroad de railed a fast moving freight train end then went to pieces Almost all of the 45 passengers aboard the car were hurt though only one fatally Tac names of those who required the attention of a physician were II Hirsch hurt internally several ribs broken probably die Mrs Emma Lowe hurt internally condition seri ous J B Mitchell wife and Infant badly bruised and shocked Stephen Harrison both wrists sprained Bruce Harrison scalp and face cut M Lob man Mrs Vassel Bell John Bopp Clarence Cochran anti Mrs Emma Booth all suffered severe cuts anti bruisesWhen the motorman tried to make the safety stop on the steep grade at Stockton avenue ho found the power brake was useless anti the car beyond control It had about 125 yards to go before reaching the gates of the rail road which were down to let a freight train pass The big car gained mo mentum every second Harry Catlin twas trying to get his carriage ofT the track but failed and it was wrecked completely The car dashed through the safety gates struck an empty re frigerator car In tbe moving freight train turned It over and derailed sev eral other cars By this time the trol hey was a wreck itself and Its passengers were strewn in all directions the wonder being that there were not many fatalities PRESERVE HOME AND FAMILY The Jews Are Doing It Far Better Than the Christians Washington April 20The Jews tarc preserving the home and family better than we Christians arc doin- glIdo not know how to account for this but I to know it to be a fact Bishop Satterlee of the Episcopal church made this declaration In a sermon hero Sunday night In which the main subject of his discourse was divorce Men said the bishop are losing respect for the home and caring less for the family tho unit of our civili zatlon On the shoulders of the husbands and fathers of the land ho con tinned rests tho responsibility for tho low estate to which the family has fallen in this country This faa tered and encouraged the greatest curse of the agedivorce and the loose manner in which the sacred marriage vows were being kept The great evilthe most frightful danger of our age Is divorce and the breaking down of the family institu tion said tho bishop If it is not stopped the women of this country nn- dlour race will be degraded within 50 years GREEKS RIOT Three of the Leaders Shot By Police men In Chicago Chicago April 20 Because one of their number had been arrested for creating a disturbance a crowd of Greeks who were celebrating their Easter Sunday here Sunday created a riot and before the mob could be dispersed three of them had been shot by Policeman Cohen and Henry op penehelmer a bystander who caco to the assistance oJjCoJtww Tie three wounaedmen who are said to have been the leaders of the attack on the officer were arrested None of them was seriously injured The distur bance occurred near the Greek Catholic church in Johnson street MRS ROSE FANNING One of the BestKnown Women in St Louis Is Dead St Louis April 20Mrs Rose Fanning one of the bestknown women In St Louis and who was principal of the Pestaiozzl school since 1871 died Sunday of pneumonia She has been connected wlta the public schools since 1860 One of her early pupils was Sol Smith Russell the actor now deceased Between Mrs Fanning and Mr Russell there existed the warmest friendship Mrs Fanningn husband died In 1887 In Colorado Gov Dockerys Proclamation Jefferson City JUo April 20Coy Dockcry has Issued a proclamation calling upon the people of Missouri to suspend work and to unite in the cele bration of April 30 of the centennial anniversary of the acquisition of the Louisiana territory Rev E J Drinkhouse Dead Baltimore April 20Rev Edward J Drinkhouse 73 years old for IS years editor of tbe Methodist Protest ant Is dead at his home here Rev Drinkhouse among other writings published a history of the Methodist Protestant church The Monitor at Cairo Cairo III April 20The United States monitor Arkansas arrived from Mound City Sunday and Is now lying above the Illinois Central railroad bridge It will be necessary to cut off part of the stacK to allow the boat to pass under the bridge Stricken in the Pulpit Philadelphia April 20Rev Dr Francis A Horton well known In the Presbyterian church pastor of Tem pIe Presbyterian church this city was stricken with apoplexy while preach- Ing Sunday and died shortly afterward LleutGov Mowat Dead Ottawa Ont April 20Slr Oliver Mowat lieutenant governor of Ontario died Sunday aged 83 Sir Oliver bad been in feble health for some time but tbe accident in which he broke his leg last Sunday night hastened time end Telephone Strike Ended Butte Mont April 20The strike of local employes of the Rocky Mountain Telephone Co was settled Sunday and telephone communication was resumed after two days Interrup lion All the girls will be taken back Tenement Houses Destroyed Paterson N J April 20A flro Sunday destroyed four tenements in Main street and caused a loss of more than 50000 All the tenants In the houses were In bed at the time of the fire and It was with great difficulty they were rescued Textile Workers Strike Lowell Mass April 20The fourth week of the strike of textile operatives began Monday with peace apparently as far oft as ever No attempt will be made to reopen the mls during the teR J 1tjf 4 HA frhiji e f 11Jr i 1 t iff f t AN OUTLAIYKLLLED- Deputy Sheriff Lost lIlt Life nUll a Constable Wounded Hulse His Accomplice Surrendered and Another Pal Was Smoked Out arid Jailed the Poe Firing the Building Bakersfield Cal April 20JamesMcKinney the outlaw was shot and killed hero Sunday Deputy Sheriff Tibbets was also killed and Constable Packard was fatally shot Sheriffs Kelly of Kern Collins of Tulare and Leovin of Arizona with Officers Will and Burt Tibbitts Gus Tower and City Marshal Packard surrounded McKinney shortly before 11 oclock Sunday morning in a Chinese house Will Tibbitts and Packard ap proached McKinney in the house and ordered him to surrender McKInnej answered by shooting Will Tibbitts was shot through the stomach and died shortly after Packard was shot through the neck and shoulders anti dangerously wounded Burt Tibbitts a brother of the dead deputy sheriff shot McKinney through the mouth and neck killing him McKinney had been in Bakersfleld two days and was harbored by friends In a Chinese joss house The house was a regular fort In the place with McKinney was Hul Hulse a desperado McKinney had a sawcdoff shotgun In his hand while Hulse used a pistol Hulse would not obey the order to come out of the barricaded house anti the fire department was ordered to the scene Hulse gave up He was taken to the county Jail An Immense mob surrounded the jail and tried to take him from the officers Another accomplice of McKinney was known to be In the house where the battle took place but he would not surrender like Hulse At 450 p m the building was set on fire and in 15 minutes the man was smoked out and taken to jail McKinney was accused of having committed several murders CRUISER WEST VIRGINIA The New Fighting Ship Was Launched at Fort Monroe Va Ft Monroe Va April toTho ar mored cruiser West Virginia was launched Saturday In the presence of more than 30000 persons The day was perfect The delegation from West Virginia was large and enthusi antic The launching drew thousand of visitors from the surrounding coun try and cities Mrs Katherine V White daughter of Gov White of West Virginia christened the vessel The West Virginia is the first of the six armored cruisers authorized by the Fiftysixth congress to go over board The Colorado a sister ship building at Cramps shipyard in Phila delphia will be launched In a few days The Maryland another of her sisters building here is only 1 per cent behind the West Virginia and will go overboard in a few weeks TO INVADE INDIANA One Hundred Labor Organizers May Be Sent to the State Chicago April 20The Chicago Federation of Labor at a meeting ophid i resolution rec ommending that the American Federa tion of Labor invade tho state of In diana with 100 2nI rs and witli 100000 to bulk a bulwark of rebuke around D M Parry president of the National Manufacturers association The recent address of Mr Parry be fore the National Manufacturers as sociation in New Orleans Inspired the resolution SHOOTING AT A DANCE One Woman Dead and a Constable and TWO Other Men Wounded Bay City Mich April 20As the result of a shooting scrape at Amelith Bay county early Sunday following a dance Mrs Marshall Hodge aged 21 wife of a coal miner Is dead Leonard Roth a constable was shot through the foot and two other men were grazed by bullets Hodge and Frank Bardwcil his brotherinlaw are under arrest Followed Fighting Mac London April 20lt is remarkable that within two weeks of Sir Hector Macdonalds death eight persons followed the generals example and shot themselves having in at least two in stances previously declared they would follow FIghting Mac Commissioner Foulke to Resign Washington April 20Clvll Service Commissioner William D Foulke has under consideration the question of re signing from the commission but it is not believed anything will be de cided finally until the return of the president The Strike Settled Pittsburg Pa April 20The strike of the painters and decorators which has been on In the Pittsburg district for nearly two months was practi cally settled Sunday at a mass meet Ing of the brotherhood It was a compromise Couple Found Dead Pueblo Col April 20Homer Hay cock former special policeman in Den ver and his wife Eva were found dead in a lodging house here Each had been shot in the head and thera was a revolver in the womans hand Work of Cracksmen Emporla Kan April 20 Cracks men wrecked the vault and safe of the Allen state bank at Allen and escaped with 2700 At Ardmlno a few miles east of Allen the post of flee was robbed of a small amount of money To Burn the Lazaretto Mazatlan Mex April 20The board of health In the city of Mexico sent a telegraphic order to burn the lazaretto It is probable that a now and permanent lasaretto will be built on Belvldere Island Freight Train Wrecked South Bend Ind April 20A west bound Lake Shore Michigan South era freight train was wrecked here Sunday evening by the breaking of an air brake Seven cars were piled up obstructing the track and delaying trains several hours Shot Himself to Death Richmond Va April 20 Falling In his attempt to get a marriage license an unknown white man of about 33 years of age blew his brains out by shootltis ltmef through Lbs left ear t IU4phVoteli i4 id I jdI 4r An tateresting Letter Concerfling Peruni w II Miss II DELIA JANVEAU Miss Della Jahvcau Globe Hotel Ottawa Ont is from one of the oldest anti best known French Canadian families in Canada In a recent letter toThe PeruVna Medicine Co of Columbus Ohio she saysVLast spring my blood seemed clogged lip my digestion poor my head ached and I felt languid and tired all the time My physicianVprescribed for me but a friend advised me to try Peruna I tried itVand am pleased to state that I found it a wonderful cleanser and purifier of the system In three weeks I was like a new woman my appetite had increased I felt buoyant light and happyand with out an ache or pain Peruna is a reliable family medicine Adia Brittain of Sekitan O writes After usin your wonderful Peruna three months I have had great relief I had continual heaviness in my stomach was bilious and had fainting spells but they all have left me since using Pe runaAdia Brittain If you do not derive prompt and satin The Longest Sentence A schoolmaster was giving his class a lee on in grammar when be asked the boys to tell him the longest sentence they badever read There was silence for a minute or two but at last a small boy stood up and Midi he could remember longest ten tcnce he had ever read Well Tommy said the teacher whit is it Imprisonment for life replied the boy N V Tribune aniceparrota cracker larrotO come off im not M green as 1 look Chicago Tribune Three solid through trains daily Chicago to California Chicago Union Pacific NorthWestern Line Urgentdemand MARKET REPORT Cincinnati April 18 CATTLE Common 3 65 4 CALVES Extra 6 25 6 50 HOGS Ch packers 7 00 7 15 Mixed packers 6 65 6 95 SHEEP Extra 5 10 5 40 LAMBS Spring 8 00 9 50 FTOITR Spring pat 3 90 4 20 WHEAT No red 7GU CORN No 2 mixed W 3jOATS No 2 mixed 34 RYE +NO 2 55i HAY Ch timothy 18 00 PORK Clear family 20 15 LARD Steam 9 BUTTER Ch dairy 13 15 Choice creamery 8 29V APPLES Fancy 2 50 3 25 POTATOES Per bbl 1 65 175 TOBACCO New 8 00 8 H 00 Old 600 1750 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 3 40 3 50 WHEAT No 2 red 76 i 77 No 2 spring 78 80 CORN No 2 mixed tP 43sj OATS No 2 mixed 34 = RYE No 2 49 50 PORK Mess 1795 1800 LARD Steam 9 77 9 SO New York FLOUR Win strts 3 50 3 65 WHEAT No 2 rod 823i CORN No 2 mixed 521 OATS No 2 mixed 38 RYE Western 60 PORK Family 18 00 18 50 LARD Steam ti10 25 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 82 CORN No 2 mixed 50 5014 OATS No 2 white 41 41s CATTLE Butchers 5 25 5 40 HOGS Western Ji 7 90 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 74 CORN No 3 mixed 45y OATS No 3 mixed S61 PORK Mess 18 00 LARD Steam 10 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 72 y CORN No 2 mixed 39 OATS No 2 mIxed 32J4 ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must leer Signature ff ha VtemUt WwHf MMT i aI 1 tak9iiiFIRRCAIACHE v IIIiRII CR8 ru IIUIMEt- I1 TIEFOR1IUStINE ii ofi fIR COKJTIFATIOi S I FIR SALLOW SKIN FOR TIECOMPLEXIOR CURE SICK AAhI factory results from the use of Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of jVThe Uartmau Sanitarium Columbus OhioVIf winter leftVyou aU run down wind up with HiresRootbeer That rilIut you gofijfr FIT cIlon for cecIl Charlw E Hires Co MalwnPa njV WESTERN CANADA HAS FREE HOMES FOR 7VVIJULIONSrpwards of 100000 Amert cans bare settled In Western Canada during the past i jean rCONTKNTED nippyAND ruoSPKItoUM and forMILLIONSWonderful Tleldt of wheat sad otherBrain The beat graZlug laos co tho cooUncnt Magnificent climate plenty of water and fuel eood scbojlaVMCcUent churches splendid railway acillttcs HOMESTEAD LANDS of I6O Acres FREE the wily charge twice for Catty Send to the foilowing for an Atlas Sad other liter ature aa well as for certificate el ring reduced Vrailwayrrntlon Ottawa Cuntido or II SL WIILIAMB Itoom 3Iaw Ula O DUNCAN loom 8 BIg Four Bide Indianapolis lnds aatho Jrtied Canadian Uotetument Asento FREE TO WOMENTo prove the healing and PAXTINE cleansing power of PaxtlneToilet Anllaepllc we will mall a largo trial package with hook of Instructions absolutely free This Is anotaUny sura pie but a la rea enough to convince Eanyone of Its value Women all over the country are for what It 4 has done In local treatmen or female IIscur wonderfulasacleanstrigyaglnal VVnasal catarrh as a mouth wash and to remove itartar and whiten the teeth Send today apostal card wilt da otdbydrnsglssorentpoepiea yii 60 tUfteetlon uarntcdVTILL K JAXrcX CO sot Coiumliu AT lloton MM TO HOMESEEKERS with prcductireloHseanbeie UUUU cured on the LADMQ nooa St Ioui Railway In 1LUl1 TenneswejCentuckr Alabama Georgia Cimnmate healthful never very cold or very hot Alt marketable crops grown and brine betttr prices than In the North RalnfalTamplc C4and well distributed ct5iCORRESPONDENCEAgents In the North Invited For pamphlets write to M F ManagerNASHVILLE r aV A LITTLE MONEY ncesSDsummioato jj towRi Iii 555 snosun Ilnmibfl 1454 ljIepe I3eambtpmonis Betttmne sat 110bank map uistoun KIass 5555 VSr5VMJQstmaps MAN14O Mo WA WEflA UDrewiiatlvein thli locality tar gn5e and lamt nofeltr of Ib sa AddrP NATIONAI NOVELTY MYGCO 4 51 Chamaberof Cotaznerceiiitlg RocbesIerNY ANKa 1966 fttkALLttBeit CougU ajnip Ta ie 004 PH lii tIne Sold b erasamitiV r 4 i s 4V k b d t 1 sr n OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK iYq OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO t OWINGSVILLE KY 1 Si PER YEAR IN ADVANCE i t Address all communications to TOE OUTLOOK PunusiiiNGCo or to W HONAKER Owingsvillo YtsIJonNt desiring n change of should nl ways give previous rhlngA stnt1lit 4 separate slip of paper THURSDAY APRIL 28 1003 jANNOUNCI3MENTt i For Circuit Court Clak nnounceHvapnf Ruth county sub jcct to the action of the Democrat ricparty Election November 1903 tWcore authorized to announce L1ltson JMlrkos a candidate for 4 Court Clerk of Hath coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party I Ho win boodleIAnd runs awaycie May live to Some other dny s siogs the Missouri legislator 4 I l4 BRECKiNniDGEhaswithdruwn from j the Gubernatorial race leaving 1S llendnx and Beckham to fight it 4 out Kilkenny cat style Jt looks willtj 1 f FOR the year ending with March 1003 tho imports into this country t ltxcpeded one bullion dollars for the and the for the 01Sagainst imports of 1001 96683 1j A MAN named Bill Bailey tabIiito another man because sung Bill Bailey to the other fcl low TJie song is calculated Stir up murderous resenirne- Ic atth ikSS especially in tho one who has listen to it orSGEO Coy Republican boss of i Cincinnati and Mark llanna boss nf Ohio have come outforMyronT Herrick for the Gubernatorial nom t t ination and tho other aspirants i have come in out of the wet except rone who fancies going through the i ishreddlng machine i obseri1In moon n p wallblood IIVi21 have to get along tho best ho ea 2 until the speculative scientists find tS something else for Him rJ toffi4r en were 1 presented to Emperor Francis Jos A u phof Austria at a soiree No qc higher earthly honor could come to from their point of view for Austrian court is the most ex c 1themve stickler for etiquette inthe IIEDT Gov Jons A Lts nsnp nIt4 sgcs aidtAr thtreatpnjt whereas ar ISI wanted ftt St LouTs to tell eom A 1 more good boodling news to the iir Stateentten stateof affairs discloseXisJlbe cause they could make more raonry IrSlegirI1t BeckhamThepreat 4 Lexington Herald a Ifc Is reported ibutm ins intro p ductory speech of Governor Beck 4 ham at Owerisboro 05 Mondayour friend and comrade Captain Ellis gravely solemnly and with the ap t pearance of being in earnest do I clared that Governor Beckhata wasq 4 1t itho greatest Governor Kentucky hadkd since Isaac Shelby and iN tGoverndr Beokham also look 5 b ed aa if he top actually believed d Captain rEllis This statement was BO starliingncl Jtonoarly incpra iprehensible tbatrwhhout a dingrnm il mpreflr s height and depth andso ire asked tto foreman to make for us for our zJt readers and for thoStatsadiagra t to accompany this declaration ar t1 4 submit hto the careful study of 1 1 all who are seeking to realize how igreatand glorious is this era be SIrff causin it lives and acts and triumphs the unparalleled Gover I k yp centuryinbomare ed all the virtues the eloquence t14ki thttetatestnanship tho heroism the glories of the governors or Kentucky from 1796 down to 1900 t cd Our readers will bear us witness qZ c that The Herald hOB constantly declared thlto be the most heroic xnagnificentjaiid lesplendent era theworJd that the past c 8txtbousardJearswere only to r ernjrocohllthe cans wethankourfrlen d for revealing the causeIt is that Iq in tbs era Governor Beckham has r been called to the governorship ofb Kentucky and we know no such stupendous honorr could be conferred upon this sur- passingi century unices it had been Vr foreordained the councils of Jehovah from allet3rnlty even bo t 4i 4 wa8de8ilnedwljenlt t should indeed be created and should elxtcenttiriesIu a in ihafmUees of time time trans cenda t leader of men this un It equafcd hero of hrroea should kpllI to tellillIslractedunhappy e 1i1i5 from tuS I JI JII anarchy intestine J5trifp to S1- I lrJ 1tr r- a 4 j IfjJ3J 4 tlfrlof o J oIirlj IliJJ 6 id I f 1t I MJS P cepen nod love lead her by the still waters through tile green pastures io the safe uplands of securilY und delightIn we have sorn Henry of Nfvarro with his white plume Icai ling his triumphant hosts null could almost hear this inspiring anthem Now glory to tho Lord of Hosts from whom all glories mire And NPrinceWo have stood with reverent pride us we gazed on George Washington kneeling in tile snow Valley Forge In tho pantheon of Kentuckys immortals wo have been grateful for her lung list of governor statesmen soldiers or ators philanthropists diamonds luftrous und radiant in time crown about thti exalted brow of beloved Kentucky But not until yester day did wo realize that n prince moro gallant than Henry of NIL rre u kingly man taller in hi vrondurous manhood than George Washington or Robert Edmund LeI a surpassing and superb lend er of men was given in Gods gracioua prodigality to dear Ken lucky And from this memorable dny tho name of Wm T Ellis will divide immortal honor as discoverer with Christopher Columbus and to him by right of discovery is the le to be accorded At last und lone all by himself not oven tlm three small shallops without crew or compass by tho might of his daring imagination by the in Kfcriblo courage of his unaided nnd glowing fancy has ho discov pml jn this handsome young Gov rnorin this favorite of tho State Committee and this head of the slatethe perfect man And we feel confident no ono will dispute the honor of the discovery When our readers have carefully gratefully and prayerfully studied this diagram when they have tried lo sum up the virtues and careers tho former Governors of Kentucky they way possibly hue some faint conception of the magnitude and incalculable value of the gift of Governor Bcckhum to Kentucky and somo conception their own good fortune in living in e same era and being witnesses to his unapproachable greatness It was said by a grout British ator It is immortality to live the ago of the victors of Waterloo hereafter wo and our children will proudly declare It was immortnl ity to live in tbe era of Governor Beckham 1702 90Isaac She1b- V9ulJ04Jamnes Oarrard 180103 ChristopherGreonup 180812CharleF Scott J812lGIsauo Shelby IBIOSOGeorge Madison 1816 20Gnbrlul Slaughter lSUO24John Adair lOnt oo t Deslia- 1132882Thomas Metcalfe 183238Johu Breathltt 18323GJatncs T Morehcad Clarkn184044RobertP Letcher 18i448Wllliam Owsley 1848ClJohn J Crittendon 181861Jolm L Helm 165l55Lazaru8 W Powell 185569Lazarua Vf Powell 18565tiuohas S Morehead 1869B3Jumes F Robinson 18fl867Thos E Brnmlette 186771Jobn L Helm ll 577lJolm W Stevenson 186771Preston H Leslie 187175Preston H Leslie McCrcaryii983Luke 1888 87J Proctor Koott lS67UI8lr lon B LUCVr 1HSI9T rown- IOWHllam O Bradley TaylorlDOOW Io o O C 4 a Savoyards Letter ILouisvillo Post Woshingtbn April 11 MrBry nn has made his ultimatum and it ie the same old ultimatum 16 to 1 or bust lie ill the anointed of1 tlie Populists and the infallible of iiisc lunatics Heeven assumes to make history and change facts to accord with his misbegottenmilconceived- mfsshllpen mistakes of politics v o f He has aids d lownclosed the doorto every man who will not stultify himself and oc knowledge the primacy and tho in fallibility of tho man who twicoJed the Democracy to overwhelming defeat Bryan points to the platforms of 1S7U und 1900 and says that Uicyc are sacred Are they asyniorc sa cred than the platform of 1892 was HJB pat upon that declaration He denounced it Be voted against it in Congress He bolted itnt thee election And now this bolter this repudiator of Democratic law has the impudence to critic ise exactdmeat does this man feed that he bos indulgence to remain patriotic though denouncing Democratic preachments and bolting Demo cratic candidates while common men like Simon Boliver Buckner and John G Carlisle be denounces as traitors for repudiating Populist platforms and opposing Populist tickets The Democratic platform of 1892 denounced the Sherman silver low as n miserable makeshift and de Clevelandf I it over the protest and over the v ikoteing of that episode Bryan has the brazen elFrohlery to say Never before in the history of the party did a Democratic Preisi t Sysquestion or to force upon tho party as a party measure a bill identical in and almost identical in language with a bill drawn by the tenders of the opposing party This MJ Cleveland did The bill Intro duced by Congressman Wilson in August 1893 VIiI almost an exact copy of a bill introduced for the same purpose by Senator Sherman year before Mr Cleveland and William L Wilson were carrying out tho order of the Democratic convention that Chicago in 1892 and wore they to ba deterred from it because John Sherman hail repented of his J I gihberihery Democratic preachment is iiskkdanger Tho Slirnunn silver law did nut get a single Democratic vote in either house of Congress It was denounced in every Demo cratic newspaper Every Demo cratic orator assailed It The con vention ordered thin Democratic followingl4ocmb mined that Revousesof nil tho Populists including WIII SIIDpsonWiIfinm f 0etreason to repudiate a party pintI form how can Mr Bryan hope to ArnoldJudasIBut that is not ullnor the half of it The Detuocrrtic convention of 1894 voted down by II pronoun theIat time ratio of 16 co 1 That what the DemoeraticconventionCo1892 did i other suroenough Democratic con vontion held in this country it will do it again Tom Patterson now a Senator from Colorado was a delegate to time Democratic conven J indowned out of the convention and openly time And antimatnext year partyIon platform and its ticket Their vic tory was complete triumph nt But no eooncr was the Democratic administration inaugurated than Mr Bryan und other boo woganand against the President In the teeth of tho action of time Demo cratic convention they demanded ofSnow sctimoyto thingsExceptof Abraham Lincoln the last udmin wnsrmore e than any in our history For fif Stecm years the government had been ofIon t 0 fellitransaction would have destroyed inrthe government itself But Grover Cleveland is made of tho stuffof which Andy Jackson was made and despite the empty voporings of tho Bryaiis and tings he restored the public credit and put the flnan ces on a sound and firm and honest basis It was a grund font of statesmanship Owing to the Populist chaff that got into the Democratic wheat tho colnit go question was not settled until 189C Then came prosperity The Republicans camo in lust in time to reap the harvest Had the counsels of Cleveland prevailed It would have been a Democratic an vest But the Democratic patty became Popurst and thus pave leave totliy Su taT tv oaty legislate and administer wttuo responsibility There is no Demo on 1 party nt tho Norlh V here SCongresmonnant section when Clevolandism prevailed in Demodratic councils They were swallowed in the gull oftpublic wrath that came with Lime Democratic suicide of 1896 agzsinI0 are 100 and upwards best novels in the world One of them is ATale of Two Cities Do you recollect Jerry Cruncher a agricultural lowharacterho objected to the devotions of Mrs Cruncher which ho called bisielf of time privilege the common aw gave to every tree born E lishman to preserve domestio i lieM cipline by means of a corporal chas lifeiParis during the Terror and was fearful of fall ing into tho knitting of Madame u10herwas in mortal terror of tho gui Ho tineNever no more will I interfere with Mrs Crunchers flopping nev n no more I go so far- O as t say Miss moreover and let my words bo took down and took towMrs Cruncher by yourself wot my opinions respcctin flopping has undergone a change and that wot I only hope withmmi my heart as Mrs Cruncher may be aflopping at this present time Lot the Democratic party have gumption enough and grit enough to undergo a change in its opinions respectlntPopulillm and Populists and it will come out of the wilderness us safely as Mr Cruncher got out of Paris CORRESPONDENCE SpringfieldSMrs l IS to sit up Stanley Smathers visited rela tives at Ewington Wednesday o night Miss Lido Smathers went to 1t- tcnllng s Monday to have her esS Mrs Annie Gossett has been quite sick the past week but is some better Mr and Mrs Tom Grimes visit ed their son Hugh near Mt Sterling the past weekpJohn and Barnes Spratt and Wailer Boyd attended Court at Mt Sterling Monday Misses Lida and Katie Smath era were the guests of Mrs Annie Gossett Saturday night Mrs Morgan Lee Spratt and John Spratt and wife wore guests of Mrs 0 B Sprat Squdllytl JoiIIf fft j tJjlfiI t II W o M oFt U Midland City M Mrsthe past week FrdnkjYeoman of IndimtnnppliHed is tho new sawQIcr Jumes Wilburn of the FordLum ber Voon the river cam Sunehero Henry Meadows and Miss Callio Williams were married Sunday by Martin We extend to them our best wishes Uppdr Prickly Ash S wrierut Me Sterling Monday E S Hamilton and wife visited U L Stone and wife In Friday chaiElderwife visited at Salt Lisk lust week Almanziir1 Stone bought two she ets of Riloy Chandler for 960 lowerIlwere guests ylo and family Monday t0Mrstie plerlower Prickly Ash one day last we ekheT S Shrout and family of O Vvh gsviile Willie Shrout of N tcaerling and Mrs T J Peters of Uothcl visited Mrs Nancy Shrout d family met wee- kFairview poJrelatives nt Okla Sunday haMrsGilson Perkins is no better C W Maddox and your scribe re at Ringos Mill Friday iniistud of a house to Bob itausly edMissFleiningsburg is the guest of your ribe Jesso Calvert and wife visited their son L R Calvert at Sher burne Sunday night DaBs Vice of near Flemings burg visited relatives in this com raunity Saturday night Robert Maddox of Fleming Co visited at C W Muddbxa Sunday night and was in Owingsville Mon day on businessdWest End reBorna 10lb boy April 18th Christopher McQuithy and sister Caroline are both dangerously ill Died March 31st Miss Hattie Young She was u daughter of O Y Young deceased Wo are sorry that circumstances wore such that we could not wr lieIfor the past two weeks I remember while visiting the head of Salt River of meeting n man thut ran for Juiler Youngsfurto have a pair of walkover shoes we would suggest thut a little spring iron be put in the soles We notice in a recent issue of QrTTonc It1 Ittfli th nys that the Sat Lick Oil k GueCo which has been drilling ar White has moved their muohine toBlnlkSulpltur Let me say that the Slt Lick Oil Co ha n ever drilled any yet but will put he first hole down at Black Sul phur in the next ten days and- y in m own private opinion they like the rest will report a dry bole oil or no oil Urange City R R Walton was in Flamings burg Thursday S L Havens bought a horso of Match Fiisnu for 115aMrs Printer of Salt Lick is visiting her brother Murk Price Ringillro8 R Rotliff Friday Fant Johnson visited bis sister Mrs A W Jones at Odessa Sot urday night and Sunday T R Ratliff sold a cow to Wm Spurlnck for 25 arid bought one Elzio Richards for 2750 Miss Ana Royse of Wyoming visited her mother Mrs David Royse Saturday and Sundayt Miss Fannie Colliver was eon fined to her bed several days last eek caused from vaccination John Rawlings wIfe and son Loran of Bath Co visited A D Rawlings and family Saturday arid- undayS Mrs Oma Snedegnr of Wyom ing visited Mrs Emily Bradley and Mrs John Cutright from Saturday till MondaywMud Lick Mrs Riley Ingram and Mrs Ira McKinley aro both quite sick Riley Ingram has built a grocery etoreon the head of Salt LickCreek There will be meeting at upper in laythisRichardson Bros bought a pair p driceIngram ik Irwin are peeling c onFaiderabletanbnrk on the head alt Lick CreekaG W Sponcel and John Moore bought three shoats of Clyde Per gram price privateMThere was a goodsized crowd in attendance at Mud Lick school ouse Sunday to hear Bro Carter reach J H Harris has something the A matter with bis throat and tongue which has rendered him speechless for tho time being Thom who turn up their noses at the world would do well to rebel at that it is ns good a world as they ever were in and a much better mo an they will ever bo into again U7 J tf Wyoming rs Bruce Snedegnr visited iier mother nl Grange City Saturday rs Martian hedger and Johi ger visited William Hednck Sun day4thLucdayour ministeraleyJohn Dawsnn and Pomp Dawpon hind their lawsuit at Wyoming over their fathers place and John JnlnIed the suit We would liko to hear from She thitocorrespondent lefttoMary R Hcdrick has 128 turkey oggs mind 30 more to set also 21j ckoim hens setting and a small of young chickens 90 r We had quite a serious accident near Wyoming Little Jim Greg Georger1iUP an igdbelong lo Mr Calvert near Tem getIti and hit George Gudgell in the ad He was unconscious for a 70mei Crooks Charley Reed is sick foMrsorlywaWo had a very hard rain and il Sunday evening Jim Holland of Clark Co is visiting relatives here daSoveralMt Sterling MondayFr Miu1tltTadgtf Gilbert of Farmers w awehero Thursday and FridayunJ 1 Hovcrmale and daughter wont to Frenchbarg Sunday Mrs Mali ml u Jones and Miss Emma Jones are both quite sick Ben Copher and Garrett Mnrk land of Flat Creek were hero Sun day mtOwenreek visited relatives here Sun ay toJoelatives at Olympia Saturday and unday Ar1B8trvngiavisitJngher Montgomery Co Mrs Ben Wells and children ire visiting her parents Will Holland- nnd wife in Clark Co Mrs larson Nixon und daughter e tudCraigs There is n good demand for oak timber There ia gnod demand for mule teams here now A goitfi many of our citizens went to MX Sterling Court iflf S fjM has contracted for a pan ulestfttftet rgo Hurt We shall soon have a riwraill here and will have plenty of o for the boys There is some sickness in this part Mary Sexton is acute better Fannie Warren is poorly F F Warren has the contract f 7arties of Fred Slessers mill Robert Claud and Floyd Warren rhomas and James Craig si to Mt Sterling Court Monday S imaturdaynd everything sold well including stock We are having plenty of rail now It was so bad we did no organize our Sundayschool Sunday Will organize next Sunda at 2 oclock p m A A G Goodpaster has a fox r ace almost every day and says ho has the best pack that ever wont ia the oneIe a If some oil men would come around nere thoy could lease land Ve have the best sign of oil plen y of salt water and four or five kinds of water Oil men say t is a good sign Slate Valley Ira Nester ia still poorlyLWill Robbins is very poorly Mrs Enoch Sorrell is some belI terIt rained Sunday again topped tho farm work for another eektGeorge Garner and wife visited Mr and Mrs George Parker on Licking river Sunduy John K Jones and little grand daughter Ollie Jones visited Ins children near Sharpsburg Saturday and Fundayggranddaughterguests pf Mrs Sam SbuJtz Wedrlee ay of last week Ed Bailey wife and children of Mrorgeparents Charles Bailey nd wife Sunday Ira Robinson and wife Alex Rod a wife and baby and Miss ary Rodgers all 6f near Owings CDeetIdrewoshThe church here has employed A Elder Dawson of Salt Lick to preach etcfy first Sunday begin B ning the fus 6unday in May We M are sorry to givaup Bro Williams We rejoice that ice have been so M fortunate so good and able a Uw q s q asr J i = t rI i 71 7 J cs SSSSSaItLick Misa Lutie Qutsnbcrryloeil a very snccopsfmitse1ectchooiat thlw 1pluC April 170 bestowing dipIo mvi promotion on Willie Eng nnd Mabel Myers from 3d to grade mind on Maude Otis y Maze Willie K Shnuse Clyde Bred Blair arid Elbert Hen Urn 4th tojt grade Willie Myers Mabel Myers and Otto Razor received regards for great est improvement in writing A number of other pupils received certificated of honor for pervert lessons mind deportment All of s stimulates and encourages pu life and neee IfyaOkla Rev Ell Sanford will preach here Su afternoon 26th CoOwingers Learettme den ThsFloraIio Is poorly Mrs John Daugherty very sick and Mrs John Anderson has a very sore mouth Yes Wyoming wo can boa on the turkey eggs Mrs UzILikes has two hundred kind readers please remember the aro ndt under one tob mind I wls to correct the mistake of week be re last about 76 Sugssimt anything said nbbut how many turkeys they wire under SaMieAdays last week with relatives faidayiss Puce of Winchester Miss Ina rfiJilMtb apent last in t Plains with her c1eDio Afrasmith find family Mrs S Hawlcins of HHUboro opened her millinery stOre here last week near Ploratt k Coons di goods house Miss Susan closed her spring suhoollltFrld8Y and left Saturday to speada few days in Mt Sterlingr1D S Truraho went to Wyoming Sunday from tbero to Owingsville attend court returned hoc- ednesday e nightilHanlyWilliamsof Sunday with Miss Susan Gregory great attractions here for Mr Wil ii iitntMisses SaBle Stone antI Narcicsn Boyd spent several days at thoMil weekra a to e youngladies of the school suddenlyilllasted several days but he is able to be up again Mrs John Hawkins and little Bruce Armsmith me on the sick list Farmers Plenty of rain and mud in abundance tnorng bmntufIot1fie am baby doing niceiy and jivrud father is all smiles t The prngramma of tho seco nnualmeeting nt the Kentucky Eclectic Medical Association is out to meet in Louisville May 6th and th Dr Thomas A E Evans nna nf our leading physician and who placeliug Ittbe meeting betFrankad been attending business college t Lexington for abut three n nyightgraduated in bookkeeping tele graphy and all other important ranches which qualifies him for any position he may seek Franks t dhemhla 8UC08S8 in his business course and which was predicted by many lolydesireposition with some good people as bookkeeper and should he seek s touchany party needing his service V tOne among the inapt public at tractions of the aooaon at th is place wan a box supper given atM the Christian Church Saturday ev ning under the auspices of adies Aid Society of the Clan atdian Church AjlhouRb the inclemI edatthroughout the week bad a damp inIays sun broke through the clouds proIfound a large crowd on hand to give their and financial a issistancein return there were privileged nil young men of whom there were at east three score to partake of a ood supper served by i8lConly and onlyest Mr John B Warren made an excellent auctioneer al the boys responded liberally dbding was lively espeoailj as the tabled contained over 40 prettily decorated boxes or probably more some selling as high as fourfiaUars net proceeds being about 3 3 qie anw profit tbt funds to go itqban ds of the Aid Society sattalibbo us ed for church purposes and in se curing a pastor for the Christian hurch The ladies should btt t complimented for thgo dork they have done ntbc c iuse dfthe Kelarownnrsmembers Mrs John Kautz Mrs T Myers Mrs J M Ingram Mrs J M Teal Mt s Effle Calvert ti oLliere Qn ir t I i 4 6 7ff r i 12iSOMETHING NEW s f A new stock of dry goods Added to my stock of Clothing Shoes Hats etc I will not in 12t suit your intelligence by advertising goods at iiM half price But 1 will say this If you wantSa good quality of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes j Hats Underwear or anything in my line you Jcan find them here and I will positively sell SThemf town It wont cost you one cent to come saythenRespy yours JAMES GILLON it n oou speedOC 4 By the Rocords Kentuckys Greatest SIt of Extreme Speed SIRE OF Co Olayboumne1leridge 212jLeolu c f SIXTYTWO IN 230 LIST 1Se grandsire of Ruby Mack203KSHverPrince2OSKEmmalI209Keto t e r f time dams f fMr 1 U7LudyAnrlght210 JoeRhei1 lllx etc iSOPRANO dAm of C F Clay with 10 In tho list ties Beautiful Boils as f the Worlds Champion Brood Mure fFor descriptive circular CJ Rnrhpp VvMillersburgDourbOnrSand terms nddret J Knob Lick rainscThere are still some oats to sow yet beblndftThere waa n very hard rain hero nday and Sunday night Miss Lutie Quiscnberry visited hereSaturdnynnd Sunday At Mrs Elizabeth Wells sale turday things brought good pri Bob Pitman anti son visited his 2dTher was considerable frost Friday morning There was notb ing injured by ItJthere will bo an abundance of apples in this community if noth ing happens to them yet 1Wm Sorrell had a close call Saturday at tbo mine a lump of ore from a blast fell very near him Martin Welsh who moved to ar the could not awn toanS undayeBoone Razor moved to the Eliz beth Wells place 6undayJeff ighlsy moving to the place vi aaca ted by Razor John Yarbrougli came in from Caney where he bus been learning He will move there in the near fu te to keep a boardinghouse The oil fever has subsided While we may have plenty of oil iii generation will not know it unlo the people show a disposition to help dud it Siepstona J A Carmichael and family spent Sunday with his father J E Curmichuel at thin place Miss Lillian Ramsey of Jclfor sonville is here visiting her uncle J it Greenwude and family C E Campbell arrived hero Thursday from Puidiuonl Mo w here lie has been working ag II on tho ruiirouU I J Walts of Winchester has been at Santforil Perkins do nnddMrs Robert Nixon and childr and Miss Ellle Jones of Owing ville spent Sunday here with b lUyenJrB F Myers Sr of Flat Creek was here looking after his interests last Thursday says he lane dune more work so far this spring tinin he done for many a day before Miss Sudie Stout has a musie lass at Salt Lick which she is teaching going out there Mondays nd coming back Fridays The lass begun last Monday a week Walter Lowry who has been own with the grip is able toue bout again John Donaldson is complaintbut We had another washing rain and hail storm Time ground was covered to this depth of about inch with hailstones the size marbles no damage to talk of done hough that wo have heard of Mrs Frank Brown and sister rs John Karrick spent lastTuesr Howjidnt get hack hoano for frttw days Mrs B icturned same day they went Licking UnloatbLobo Carey ia with con sumption Ross Alfrey went to Salt Lick last Tuesday on business SI The Licking Valley Railroad Co s laying new heavy steel rails pumpinKfarm A T Ham and G r1ey Adams went tp SaltLi klaeti3iicday pa usineisBJones went to Wednesdyonbusiness l Mr Hare driirra io three ciii ells recently on Alpha B McKin neys farm Willie H Rain and Gus Flanne went to Owingsvillo last Saiurday on business Bro 3 T Flannery who has heeri poorly with fever for several J y6 is some better Brjtt JV R Hunt of Wallingford illastightsS vfv i v Oscar Willison He nry Frank Johnson and Wai went to Salt Lkiaa t qsiqe s J i ic j iS 4 I Clato Jones and Cliff Davis ex changed houses last Friday This fis three times Clate has moved since Christmas T MPWilhiamsEWMeKinieymoy strongwent to Salt Lick last Sat urday on business Sisters Annie Harrod and Della r Parsons of Tolsbdro Ky left last Friday for London where Sister f1Hnrrod is going to bold a meeting 0 The Licking Valley Oil Co4ia8 its largo steel tank fullof oil They are pumping fifteen wells 13 io IIjon l Joe S Jones went to CC Jo4sons last Friday to make the first ayment on the firm be bought of t ohnson j Johnsons wife would not tsign tIme deed and Johnson gate Jones 80 for his farm back Mrs Martha Aifrey wife of An tieraoh Aifrey of Yale died aturdyApril e S 1L 1903 about 11 o with consumption and was buried at the Alfrey graveyard last c Sunday Quite a large crowdat ltended the burial services Bro exton of Yale conducted tbo fun ral at the graveyard Deceased Jrsister of Henry Johnson 1 RIPLECTIONS or A BACHELOR Thehalfalodtbeory never got 4 a nybody to1t nhole loafSLittle Children are the guides told t o feet up time golden stairs Get shnnth8slmewindupaetheohu nvstmentsI of the same kind SPRING1903 Blue Irass Nurseries Fruit and ornamental trees grape vines small fruits asparagus rhu barb and everything for orchard flU aid vnrdtn Strawberry and g ell rblCtAgt rn request Both phones Iitl F Hlllenmeyer Son LEXINGTON KYIIownthe Frank inrrfItheantly invigorating for the strong i For sale by S P Atchison Public Notice Bath County Fiscal Court Special 190211Itof Bath county that the Judge of this Court and Bath County give r notice that all persons feeding slock on any of the turnpike roads of lButb county which are owned bj i said will for each offenoo Jringcommissioners of the road districts are to report all offences of this kind in their respective districts to the County Attorney who shall i procure warrants for each offender l fawlit is further ordered that U land holders owning or in aiiywaygoT erning land lying and I e to ny of the turnpike od y Bath county must within 12 months from the 1st nay ui iaarm smary 1903 remove or cause tube removed all fencing wherein same rightfo it cept where the same hal been erect 1 ed by consent of governing author ity previous to the ownership by Bath county And all persons fail Ing or refusing to obey this order t s specifiedhallof fch turnpike distriot fSath couply be reported to the At t for Batb who shall on such information proceed se the aw directs to have such pbstruoSlions removed and the parties pros ecuted for same J NOAIDAUOHERTYJLFCcopyattest JT Peters Clork yTJPeterefiCB ySI Jno A Dijughcrty Presiding s l sS