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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n h S c A 4c J l h 4i 1 t 0 S4P Z fSr I rorc r bc mingtiitLe utIaak t oiOfYOU XXIV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 7 1903 NO 43 5 When you havo a news Item or wish to communi onto with TilE OUTLOOK oftlce by phone ring up 57 j Noxt Monday will be County Court day it FOR SALE Yellow and black sand OUTLOOK ofilce Rodhorse are due on the rimes of Licking river this or next week 16x20 picture trames 1 to 12i each J M BROTHER T H Brown sold n pair of 2 ycnrold mules to Dick lies fur 250 Born April 30th to Mr nnd Mrs Samuel Corbin of neat Rey noldsville n son T 11 Perry Co have a corn- plele line of wall pnjier which they are selling cheap WE HCGT HAVj OCR HONEY BO please call and settlo S BLESBER fiFjo flcrJ Pnlmolor and Sanford be 3n prenchinR at Salt Well Sunday They are having good at r Q r rkV Daughters of America of sHJJiclc will give an icecream C siipper at Odd Follqws Hallat f t5 ItLick Saturday night STJiAYKoott STOLEN Blue and llacl Cmonthsold Llewellyn fe7 calo setter Liberal reward J D COSSEU V r Farra of color on the Cchcfge of illegarsalo of liquor had hiB irial in the Richmond U S Court postponed until the next Steriii The Republican convention for tho Third Railroad Com issinncr district tret fit Paris Wednosdaj Jnhn C Wood of Mt Sterling was the leading candidate I make the beet break cart on tha cuat20 25 30 rubbor tirfj7 L 315 to 22 per set Buggy repairing and painting specialty OSCAR PALMER Gomeiand see our stock of wallpaper which offers many very graceful figures and attractive almdtrs T M PKHRY Co Druggists John Peters showel in a hi 1 lf the finest nopara ua 1liiiiwe over saw It WHM fhta ptMliiftl sA- KnrdtnofJii fiber Ttusy yjiil Petero V T 1 rrrjij 5a JriliyTHpd Dyftr ilediniium p lnue sIr fliI l i r p I lec ill L mnth 11fIHJ asn ilaI1era arnur B I Re CVi Maa h1Sh iedfIil tri f htijlt ii Sa trC1r t A hllllIJi l W M ottr i t0IJ tj tho R1ican tc vrnj J i11 ap321ay thig countyaI 1eifrete8 were instructed to vote k J o QWond for RailroadI cohrniOIoncrIth Chns L Gray eeorid THE OOTLOOK ncknowlcdgec va ipt of an invitation ftoCl C AJ jQossett a Bath county boy to tua Commencement exorcises nt Kentucky Wcsleyan College Winches tee on Wedneday May 27 I Iiavo a nice lino of hats and ould be gladto have the public- call and see them Miss Lizzie Whelps Irny trimmer MRS KAMNIE RAWLISQS Grange City Kr V4THERAfter a fair day 1Wodfe datofla8t week on rhurs do t wind b3w up a cool rai- Dt EtldayJ Saturday ajpid Sunday were Tgry prettr dyL On Monday tnu niag tbere vus heavy Irost- I hav vf chopp buggies and gfeod onsIA1ucb as Colum bus Cpi BrockwayLapbrte I 4 BIeL1nd Rerrnn Luth iDalcciibCiib Jn1 steel and rubber tiro Com aJ1d ftavpmoney 434 TSSHRODTr Afu5t1 AIlJoJBE WA w clark of FUt Qreek had R swarm pf bees tt ne out oti April 27tb t rfi a natural trialng and are doing well ac l9tOo1d hive boy came Sfion3 said to be some hing unhratd fit in bIB section so early In t e fcnsbn Funeral IftlrniiijiingB Prompt cqjipraentfi and modern lbrvlee8 Snso dealer in Qrsvclaes furniture of all descripiions Calland see t before purchasing elsewhere i M D FAHIS Owingsville Ky J LBiE8 Funeral Direcor and mllafmer 1 BriBgyourold buggjee to T 8 4 Bbroutaad trade for a new o ecw i if you want a Eecnnd4iapd buggy at Byirioe framIO JQSOcome and see themwo JJBVD plenty of them nicely palntc4 ohd repaired until they wiIL7gle iatlefacticrn L He keeps a maa painting every t dY- Or H 434t- rKaiKDi IH J LoleWm daX abdy son ofj Thomas Carmody il Kho livesinMpnjgomcry county on tc t1 the Mt Sterflpg pike just over thej jkY 1 Bath line J was killed by a street 1 in St LouIs 0itntay marning before I dayIigblie was a Boldlerln tbt I I U S fwentetb Infantry and wa I there tutend the dedlciti ri c t IennIc Ho was very well know nd wolHked byimany Bath enun I t2p iia1lof4ioniwilI ympe- thizei tJ i c epfamily 1 t 1 t PERSONAL O F Byron Went to Paris Monday Miss Bcttie Peters is still on tho sick list A Mluthan waa In Carlisle Sunday and Monday BrutusKash returnedTuesdny from a visit to Lexington Col II II Ewing went to Louis vile Tuesday afternoon Judge and Mrs K R Patterson wont to Sit Sterling Saturday- Dr Aitken of Lexington was herd Thursday to see somo patients Miss Leo Barnes went to Mt Sterling to visit relatives last week Miss Mary Cook of Hillsboro waR- n guest of Miss Sallio Fans the past week Coleman Tcinpleman of JMoore field was a pleasant at this office Friday- BruceWhaley and lkJ Peters of Mt Sterling were here one day last week on busings J S Corbett of Frankfort has Jollied hrs wlfo here for a visit at Mrs Belle Allens Mrs Ida Elliott and Miss May Hendrix went to Carlisle Kriilay ev oning tovlslt relatives Mrs Mota Fjiris of Hillsboro was the guest of SI D Fans and wife several days last week Mrs Reuben Gudgell left Tuesday for East Orange N Ji to visit her daughter MrelA Leo JW Emmons and Miss Snllh Stone of Bethel vre guests of M D FariH and family Saturday Clay Byron of tyitlettsburg span from Saturday Monday with Ills parents Mr arid Mrs J N Bj ron C W Ncsbltt John Wino Job McA lister and Jack Gntowoodol Sterling were here Saturday ou bu iiioisISquire Thos J Jones and u P Atchison went to Cincinnati MouMny aflcrnoontlie latter to consult a pm elciuu Mrs W Ray Patterson tans re turned from a visit to her pantuts Prof and Mrs E C Fox nt Winchester HGeo A Peed accompanied John w Brown the Loolsvill0 tobncco man Saturday nlgbton n trip to Carlisle nnd Faris V James Walter Burbridge of the Confederate Home Pewee Valley came up Monday fern visit to relatives and friends Mr and Mrs Fielder Branch of Tilton were iruestsof their daughter Mrs E W Ileflin Saturday return log homo Sunday Mrs T J Young has returned 0 LotfSsvJlle after a visit to Mrs JBGooilpastcr Mrs Goodpustor pc compaiilocl her home John C Wood of MtStorllnglwas here last week in the Interest oD his candidacy for Ruilroaii Jollnnl lon ur ills sun accomnanled him John W Brown of the Brown To bacco Warvhoussu Louisville way h tore last wuck looking over the tobacco prospect It this touuty f Mrs G W caner t J ifn Hurtlil went to Winchester lac i K t visit lier puntitSt Nr Mrs Peter ijtfovcr They r tmntrl Tuesday C v ipton Wtilter Cole Ellis Byron Tiius FOley Robt Coleman Geo CcMemni K J Parker Hobt Trunibu wont to theParis convention Roy Jackson and Clyde Daniel came up from Louisville Sunday to spend the day with the formers father James K Jackson at Olym nja f C W Honaker Jo Connor Wal loco OullellJrl1nd John W Hon aker saw the Derby race nt Louisville Saturday returning home Sunday QUARTERLY METINGUarterly- meetingfiir the Owingsville Cir cult will be heldat Sit Pleasant Church this county next Saturday and Sunday Rev E GU Mann and Rev F D Palmeter will be present Elder E E Dawson of Salt Lick will go to Rttdford Va this week to begin a protracted meeting Elder B H Ross of this town will occupy Elder Dawson pulpit in SaltLickChristianChurch Saturday night Sunday mocning and night I have 14 buggies in J B Good pastors tobacco barn and4o order to make room in my buggy ware room which holds 40 buggies 1 will continne to sell at a reduction for cash or credit Take your choice about terms as it only costs you the interest to buy on credit 434 TS 8U OUT Miss Minnie Watson aged 19 years died at Chambers Station after an illness of five weeka with typhoid fever Wednesday April 29th and was buried tbefollwing day at the nell burying ground our ReynoldeviUe She was a daughter of Jamea Watson who formerly lived at Bald Eagle- UNOLAUIgDLETTER8ROmaflifl J In Owingsville Postofflce May 1 1903 Miss Ludy Ebtor Mrs Ri ley Mrs Annie Sleeks Robert Nickoll Miss Carrie Robberson L B Sadler Messrs Panghara Sad dler W J Steel H Steel Per sons culling for above letters please say advertised J A BARNES P M rPIiE LINBBcRsTThe South 1nn Oil Co shot two wells at Rag land one day last week with nitro glycerine at a depth of about 850 feet 011 J1nd gas escaped in suci volume that the casing of the well was blown some distance iu the air a portion falling ana pipe Jibe breaking it and causing a conei erable loss of 0ilkAfl0thiLparf- ell on thalo telepbjiaF breaking itandanothere Ltck1n riversoiae Ju rawaytt F I THE PRIUAKV Tho State and glso the county Democratic primary will be held next Saturday There is not much interest now in the State candidates but the candi dates for Circuit Clerk willenlist the interest of the Demoerptlc vet ers James L Connor and Jillion J Mark are the rivals for thonjrn ination 1 POISONED HY POKE RaorOne day last week n 4yearold child of Albert Alexander of HeynoldsYillo secured in some manner u picco of poke root which he swallowed The child shortly afterwards bo came still and lapsed into unconsciousness whichjlaRtcd several hours At report the child was still sick but will probably recover SMETIIODIBT MEETING Rev EG B iVIann of Maysvillc Presiding Elder of this district will commence n meeting at tho Methodiof Church next Sunday night and win preach in the morning afternoen and night each day thereafter unl tit Thursday night Rov F 17 Palmeter pusher will assist in tI e meeting Rey E E Holmes oY Cincinnati is expected also sow time this week- PAINFUL WOUNDGeo A Peed was painfully injured one day last week in a peculiar manner On leaving a livery stable hero on horseback he tRda pair of sheep shears trails saddle the sharp point being unprotected He attempted to alight from his horse on reaching home and caught his ankle on the shears the blade pen etrating the bone He WHS in a dangerouscondition for some time but is now rapidly improving FOUND ANoTHER METEORITE Dick McCarty recently plowed up a piece of the meteor of Nov 16th 1902 near where the big piece fell on Salt Lick Creek The piece weighed 4uunces and had the same external characteristics as the other W H Daugherty sold it to the State e for a price that is privateVOn the night tho meteor appeared two smaller pieces were seen to fall at the sauib time the big one dropped near Bluford Stntcna homo Mr McCAlUthinkfl there are other yet thereabouts fv II VNDVluGillon of White Oak was arrested- iti1 brought hre one Uuy last werk nn a clinrge of lunacy preferred br a is alleged that Ii chased his brother around the yr nt hi home with a lino nil that the fatally were afraid to remain at home with him He was tried in Judge Daughterly Cmrt Satur ly mcrriui ond or re cent to JeT Jin AByljtn1 Ivan tried n ia Jar tharge tine 111Jt ago nnu lit ti L risi iylunjf but became better nnO v S relcnieti front tliatinPtitrtiii SheritT Sth Itotts took Gilion the A yluru Saturdny P S Shrout ld the following buggies lost week which shows what n man can do who sells good goods and iflakcs his guarantee good k W Fell Snit Lick W W Pointer P R Stone Bethel precinct Tim Kerns h Sanford Donell of color George Hcdrick Jr Wyoming John W Dawson Owingsville Dr F P GudgelltConner EiingU U A Q Lusby Montgomery Co Thomas McClain James B Day Fleming U one rubbertire buggy and one rubbertire driving wagon DIED IN INDIANAPOLIS Vf Hv Dougherty received word that Miss Ellouise Daugherlv tho only child of Mr and Mrs Harvey Harrison Tip Daugherty of Indianapo liB Ind died Monday night and would be buried nt ShelbyvilleInd She had been afflicted for a long time and her parents bad tried every treatment and many health reo sorts to restore liar but without success She was finely educated and highly accomplished and her decease is a heartbreaking blow to her fond parents The father was reared here being a brother of Wm H Daugherty His many friends in his old home will sympathize deeply with him and his wife in the sorrow that darkens their home over the loss of an idolised child who was worthy of their love and pride f VERY RACE ixnOnoday last sonionwater bird unknown in this section He brought it to THE OUTLOOK ole ice Saturday It proved to be a Florida galllnule Gallinula golea ta It is n very good eating bird though not plentiful and owing to its limited flying ability is hardly considered a game bird It weighs nearly a pound has a greentipped bill with the balance of the billa bright sealingwax rOd dorrcolor ed brenstbrownl8hblaek on back legs green rfhd a short cockedup tail It Is game as a rat and doesnt hesitate to bite the hand that would oaress it Ruby Kincaid is owner of it and he snya it gobbles with avidity some minnows he caught for it JONESllftLvery OWINCSVILLE KY adquarters for horse and mule tuyere Telephone connection with Preston StAtion 4 CIKCUIT COUIIT The May term of Circuit Court begins next Mon lay The docket U made tin na follows 13 old ordinary cases 9 eqniICommonwealth 13 Commonwealth appearances There arc no very important cases The Lnudsdown will case comes up this term PATTERSON PKIIRV WEDDING News nt the marriage or Mr Sanj ford Allen Patterson and Mist rcnu Hunks Perry was received iro the form of a telegram here by the brides family Sunday morning A previous telegram from Miss Pomi was received by her brother B Frank Perry on Saturday afternoon stating that they would be married Although they were generally un derstood to be sweethearts the war riago WItS surprise as Miss Perry had gone Sunday April 26 to wake a long visit at Helena Ark ansas However absence had only made their hearts grow fonder and on Friday afternoon Mr Patterson boarded the westbound express Preston to go to Lexington as it was understood by everybody cx cOlt one confidential friend Hc- went to Lexington and also on tt VLouisville whore he took the outlibound through train for Memphis and thence over to Hell en r Mr and Mrs Patterson returned o the home ot the bride at 2 oclock in Tuesday and were given H re ception The bride is the only daughterol Mrs Alice Perry her father wai tho late W W Perry for severn years County Clerk of Hath SI s a young lady of rare beauty an charm and has since her cntranc into society been one of the belle of this section admired and court ed by numerous gallant youn beaux She is a sister of B Fran Perry one of the leading merchant of the town Ford Patterson is the seion eldest son of Wm R Patterson deceased t He was born and reared in this town and everybody knows him to bean honorable hi hmind ed young man worthy of all gQU fortune lie Is a polished gentleman and a young man who also en joys tho mtcem of the whole com munity L He is well qualified as a business man anti readily cum moods a iliac salary He and hi 4iively bride arc well matched and j an innumerable host of frends re joire isi their happy union THE KDutLuox wishes Mr nnd Mrs Ford Putterson the liritriest hat ppios 4 and must prompt s of futursyr sA Till nUI Owingsville sent a small dhL4tiin down tiI- jOllisVtllo to f Crivi t iV staturcl ILO t 11 lIn ei iiiMtto in slriiy IIhJo knouvittuy mill c ii the Our by It was a dayn lorn us vvpHthcr and glorious sjmrt The fanlight the elite English pro lUinciittion nod tho reillight wonrall there but the muse of the people were just plain city dooB and country dnos The crowd went early to avoid the rushxitd didnt succeed The Fourth Avenue trolley route had a line of care running for hours Just a safe dis tanco apart to transport the crowd to Churchill Downs By 1 oclock p m the vast grandstand was a packed mass of animated sight seers the women in a gorgeous ar rayof spring flntry and talking horse to beat the bund Said horse talk was at first incomprehensible jargon to the newspaper contingent of the Owingevillts squad but by dint of questioning and close at tention to the initiated he learned that when r stable boy ran a horse around the track like a streak of greased lightning he was just breezing the animal The n o had thought perhaps be was racing against time Ono gentleman who had a seat by the side of tho writer mistook him for a liorso man arid sought enlightenment A frank confession of total ignorance was made and we wept on each others necks and swore eternal fidelity We then LI HungChanged every body who seemed to be posted and acquired on assortment of equine information that may lack some thing in reliability but nothing in picturcsquenees The track was fast We thought it oughfto be ashamed of itself be fore all those nice people until we learned that fast in thnt connee tion meant only that horses could make their best speed over it The first race was for threeyear olds 5 furlongs for a 500 purse Nearly everybody in hearing dis tance was talking glibly of Whisky King and Walt alIoinen Men and women were betting on a certain one to win on another for a place One gentleman laugh ingly said a lady friend had dreamed that WainaMoinen would win He backed that filly but on his own judgment regardless of the dream WiiinaMoinen won and ho cashed in 750 on a 1 venture Whisky King was the favorite at 9 to 10- The next was a half mite race for 2yearolds for a purse of 400 Prince of Pilsen tho favorite at 5 to 1 was an easy winner Then a three quarter race for a 400 purse was won by Poor Boy the favorite at 4 to 5 These horses the knowing ones called soiling platers because they were to put up at auction nnd sold Tf n horse brought the price fixed by the owner the sale or wads It it bro i gh overthe set prlcoltlle excess was divided wit tL j Now Lou 1r 11RacketSt DratoingNearAnd purpose of two We slaughter the price and f give you double bargains eyery time 20cjToiletTackPullers 3c Ladles Fan Chains lOc 2jcMirrorsChair Seats 128c Granite Pans 13 15 10 Sc UO qt Tin Bucket 15e JJlarksThiread4cEmbroidery yd 15 12 10 5 3t Shoe Polish 10 8c upChildrens fi8cI CASH PAID FOR EGGS JE w HEFLIN Owingsville Kentucky SPRING OF 1903 We have received a handsome line of spring goods including the latest novelties in MILLINERY DRESS GOODS Etc Ladies Misses and Childrens Trimmed Hats from one dollar up- A choice selection of Beautiful white dress goods- at 10 121 15 20 and 25c per yard LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO CASH BUYERS MRS D S ESTILL OWNCSVILLE KY Isville Jockey Club The Derby came next The purse wae 6000 the horses three year vQlds McDowells Early with Jock yVinkfield up was the favor Iteu3 to 5 McDowells Bourbon tooif t4 to 1 aridevcn mone- yS n piace After long jockey ing thiy got away poorlywith Kitrly in a good lead At the hom = retch turn JtI down the body wrouj pitch of exci usingwhip and spur cvs cTrimei retained his advantage and went under the wire a winner to small plaudits from the gland stand for Judge limes was a rank outsider a 10 to 1 shot and the crowd land bucked other ponies The bookmakers however rejoiced for they had cleaned up fortunes The time was 209 distance 1 i milesThe next was a selling plater race Cogswell the favorite at 3 to 1 beating Lampoon 6 to 1 for a purse of 400 The other eleven were not in the racy The lust was a race for 2yearold fillies for a purse of 400 and was won by Viona Jockey Booker up Allof the races were keenly in tcrettijig to those who didnt know a Derby from a Fedora or a common slouch raSq The attendance was estimated all the way from a whole passel to umptysteen thousand and when that crowd after the race all tried to get through the gates at the some time each knew ho or she was the main squeeze right in the mid dIe of the push The programme vendors before tho races were crying proJrn ro mISs and Jacks tips in a manner lead an unsophisticated person think that the Utter wore some thing to eat perhaps The bettors purchased Jackfl tips in an en velope as a guide to their betting if they thought Jack knew better than they CORRESPONDENCE Contiiucd from fourth page Stoops Josiah WilAon is very sick with the grip Some of our farmers began plant ing corn last week Jus E Williams of Flat Creek was here Thursday T N Coons bought a mare from E L Fussett for 75 Will Haney sold a harness mart to Robert Berry for 60 The formers all say that the ground is plowing rough Will Atchison of Owingsville was hero on business Saturday Cut worms are greatly damaging the tobacco beds in this vicinity r Henry C Ficklin was the guest of relatives at JelTorsohrilla Sun- a FWT1dxiIist vv ok- Ttios lG ers antI Thos AIc Clain werein OWgsUlu on busi ness Saturday f J ydLadiesLadies Kid Gloves 80c pr Willow Market Baskets 85 25 15c Ladles Vests 15 10 8 60 prFlooringCorn Planters Fancy Madras yd 15 Mrs Jas Giilasple attended the SharpsburgProf T B Throop is laid up with a severe cold which bus ren j dered him speechless We should profit by other peo pIes mijes Our own mistakes to Sterling ilrs Suruh uda SI iJ1rita bo fl 1J11wlJI tahoritig inca paid for them r The colored pephi had a festivI I1reportedL John W Thompson and wife were guosta of the latters sister Miss Kate Warner at Salt Lick SaturdayIThos N Coons attended tho hC DuffHorton nuptials at Jamargo Thursday lIe says tbe wedding r was a brilliant affair Having sold himself afoot a car bin young man of thk town had to hoof it over to Plum Lick Sun day or else cause a disappoint wont Legislauireinsending him to the penitentiary for he usually lunds there in the windup Prof r B Throor and scholars spent Wednesday in Hlnkston Val lay fishing Dinner was served on the ground and the scholars all report an enjoyable time Josiah Coons and Prof T B MunljllYIIare the officers for this Harts preoinct at the primary Saturday Ithostrengthening for the weak pleas natty invigorating for the strong For sale by S P Atchison FOR SALE To n responsible vind pushing party I will sell either the whole or a interest in my threshing outfit consisting ofII ten horse Gaar Scott Co traction engine latest build and Avery 28x48 wind stack r and a Huber 28x42 separator all in No1 splendid good condition For terms apply to t J W WILLE ROY Grange City Fleming Co Ky SPRING 1903lBlue 4 vrass Nurseries Fruit and ornamental trees grape vines small fruits asparagus rbu barb andyeverything for orchard lawn and garden Strawberry and general catalogue on request BoiL phonesH Hillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY vSf r ftf c j 6 d X SADLES It HARNESS Why buy a shoddy socnllod handmade or machinemade 11 Saddle or Harness when you can get strictly firstclass goods made right hero ut homo and made out of the best oaktanned leather and by men that only make firstclass work X Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLE Is the easiest and easiestriding and most durable saddle made E r If you try one set of our handmade buggy harness you WlliJj 7L I always use them I have the best line of saddler goods in this part of the State I am Yours for best saddles and harness tEUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE Ky Jjfr SAM PATCHISONr s n DRUCCIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBMO RSq 1 BUY GREEN SEAL ct1 fFOR liEN WOflEN and CHILDREN MADE INLOUISYILLE KY IL s A fWITH LOUISVIllLE 0 TANNED SOLESthe bestwearing leather in the world r For sale by Oscar Chandler entucky Ircc MfrpiMyioon8 I Thit dollar of yours will buy more V Igoods here than anywhere Calicoes L 3 4 4Jind 5cyd Lawns 4to ox yd J 7 LaceCunIns 650 rrid Suso Table Covers 30 S 0600 j 1kl 135DressStraw Matting IIC yd j JGenuine Fur Hats regular 150 890 e 3gJOHNia jj Ladies Vests 58Io5andi8c Ilen and boys when you need a suit of clothes come and price mine Iknow I can give you same suits for less mon ey thai anybody v t 1J w m SfIOS WE HAVE ALL KINDS j Ladies Vici Pat Leather SiQS OIdLadiesi2sShoes8ocLadieiFineSIioes75C Boys Vici Kid Shoes1 Hen Heavy Shoes 900 195IIr t i Oscar Chandler ON ALL SIZES ONE 5j His fimwatck DONT QUARREL WITH YOUR WATCH Probably your watch isnt to blumc it would keep gOod time if 30111 et it Every watchiieeds clean ing regulating nnd little repair- Ing now and tlwnynn piint expert wntch tp keep ynod Jinic forever without any attention Brina vmtr watch to us when theres anything wrong with it we will make it UP goodas now in short order wo EOll much rA t 1SS Owingsville One door S t aboveI 1 = 3 32 CARLOAD HANDS s i EVERY GUARANTEED E1L1 AITaBYRDN a a J i NOTICE To Builders Contractors The undersigned ern mipbir having been lily utibiinictl hiIie Flees Court of Hat IiIiy t have erected u frni nil tower toBath countys Crt lousi wilJTe calved KEAIKD UIDS fair Ntho eon struction of said impriivement ret the Bounty Jutlyts rilDie in the city r OWingillt Butli county on the 7lh d of 1 Jibiddlrsbond acceptable ti saul coinnii sioners for the cnniplttitin of Ui fstructure on or before the let etr v rof Octobtr 1003 clrliggto tXplans and nownn fik at the county judge nlficc rr in ispection Dnjilicnlr nfAisl1dais and gn iOcution8 For iinvfiir r ther iafirnitliii address the tin icrsigredSt 4i3J Z DMGnEnTylIC TTCmm Jllner8 4 n f f Loi 1 1 Jt i t S = i J4t y 0 fo1 Mt tli i E 1 J lf i t l i l 1rt OWINGSVJLLEJOTLOOK t 7OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers Throp t i =THE BROKEN placeIWS Where letters are plied by the wall V t replyingComes1 And where light through no cusei can fall 1 Not even the gleam of a Mar tvorkSa broken guitarmor4 At dusk when the sunset Is dying cntIL entries their challenges crying smallAnd tail ajarYneySballWitho ft1 Ins deny 1 c A kiss as he folded her shawl FaribWhat shadows we vain mortals are rockSwhicINay time held them both In his thrall r Sj afarAnd emSThe Philosopher i ia lr- Zji KIDNAPPED X IMILLIONAIRES iT 1fi- sj C J topxrtlu by copAllilcktirtierrcd1S f CHAPTER XIX A PLANS FOR ECtPEawa4i Mr Kent was the first to awake j r55was noon when he shook ofT the j drowsy god and plunged into a bath 0011Sdressed and entcred the dub room coasr4 search in tho storeroom he provided himself with a rod reel and a com 4 plete fishing tqtiipmenttr 1L with a dip net he went to the hr L nnd ns Sidney had predicted found 1 5 no difficulty in catching a pail IIIofof minnow A few minutes later he was drifting over the bay on the r raftofIt was not ong before he located t a school of piker and bass the latter weakalowered ten feet one of the bass made a rush for it lie struck hard wasrsang a cheery tong for the bass was game and did not tamely sur render At last he was in the land Ing net anti from thence he went into the fallow basket a in less than an hour Mr Kent had caught a dozen bass and pike which Saveraged four pounds It was a fine I tfrce I of fisV ind Mr Kent t t back tothestone pier in high satit- Sw 1 faction with his piscatorial prowess Ho t theSIi colony it It was not so much fun cleanin these beauties lint Mr Kent ha completed the task when he was joined by Mr Haven Together they atVthe table They pronounced the fish shoSt of thanks promising him a decorn lion on their return to civilization lr All adjourned to the veranda at Sir Carmody brought up the subje of building a boat with which to escape 4 1o the mainland Sidney Ham mond said it was useless to continue Iiiis 4 running north and Btvath and prob saidSSSsnowcapped mountain tntloubted ly TS4backbone of Mexico and Central America It was sufficient to know Athat they were not more than 150 f miles from the p suggested that a mnin1aiSidnito k watch the ocean each day from the jI gateway to the bay and volunteered iis services for the morrow It was 5t decided to erect a flagstaff at this I point and float a white flag from it 5q4esa signal of distress We will begin the bllllclhigof a boat or raft tomorrow said gretSyl4sthem to you now for approval rejection or modification My sug 7 gestion is that we build a raft inrulthe form of a houseboat I doubt If we have the materials with which to construct a lifeboat with pointed l poatIsFrom what Hammond has learned Jam of the opinion that any number of ships passto the east of us at a 5d Jistanee not eceeding 25 miles V1i1 eou objective point Is the main SSfl4S land we must calculate on the tOil beyrbean sea are thronged with ships ercor conrse of traffic but we nre certain r p sight some vessel in short order Therefore I favor a craft which will bare more ofafety than of speedstu15J That Is my idea exactly said Mr Morton I believe We will be picked 1 11p inside of 48 hours at the most We must construct n raft or houseboat wel which can survive any ordinary storm Even if thewayes do beat over It occasionally oijr plight will bo much better than if our boat weru bed capsized in the first heavy sea at jcoordinary wave will beat over the raft I have planned said Mr wh forIfeet lajig and 14 feet wide It will in ls be square at both ends We will safe frame the fcnll out of solid timber 11 t I notice that there are some taU straight trees Back of the bungalow which will serve admirably for ourt1Sii purpose I have bi ilt ninny ships of and barges and we have the toola to titukon shore and then take it apart a adoft nofcoulIIcecorapletc and lluJ1Chit from the St r re1iJulh1fOISx24stand ia There will be three Itaterooms iach with two sleeping tor dafaiaedroom This iaml braced in evtry dIrecU6Hv and I iinVe worked but I 1ita plan by which no ordinnrv Ben Kit eiiw serious 1rpIj t M j C tr IoiJfJt hl o 1Lt lf1JttJf + 7 1 4 hfrl f f lr tfsl if J S5Jr i bsi tf jJ1 1 a v7f If 1fit r J tf of fJ 0or j l j 1 built like this will ride the waves svfrly prOhledrorugh the roof of the cabin mash were stopped each cnrr n boom antIa threecornered sail lie had found a pile of canvas r which had not yet been pu low ngaTheselent stills For two hours the house planentr was adopted It wsis decided to begin on the boat early the following ning While Mr Carmody andot 5to select the trees for frame work of the houseboat Sidney and bayMrand took an observation from rock overlooking the inlet There was no vessel in sight though Sid thought he could trace n line of smoke at the edge of the southi pinetrrrv the following morning of the men raised the pole on leghSidney and Mr Kent watched sun as it dropped behind the west ridge of hills The air was inarknbly clear and the si plainInstcrytolooking at the mountain Its lunar Jaded away as tilt sun declined but top glowed like a pearl w the light yet reflected from the zling snowuThere arc few peaks like that the American continent said ney I11Ie beon looking up subject of high mountains along American coasl We surely are more than n thousand miles west of New Yor erakTlie coast of South America swings y east of New York so we not be there Ican find out places which coincide with flue indicated by our watches What are they1 asked Mr l mtaThe Caribbean sea along tins t of Yucatan flail Itnlize ant cont of Mexico along the Guilttof Mexico said Sidney There are no such peaks as that visible from SIlJkeast Capo Catoehe the east point Yucatan is in just the same long tilde as Chicago We are west of that The only waters west are thoseithe gulf and the Hay of CamI c1while c IiIITHKMr ASKED MR raihyanti centTobasco Veradsee prouthecanoes Fopocatapetl and OrizabaJDo you think that is one of them naked Mr Kent looking at the mountain whose very top yet wed white and pink in the lastIIrays of the sunandThat Popocatapetl un btthe map east or southeast of it An island the size of this should show ofon a are rehntwoino irhibrary It is toodeep prableiojucone Mr Kent It is getting dark iuuheyto ing plysomeI tlsouthpleasant evening and after work was ver tvrttandiscussion Coli owedr4CUAPTEH XXmon Ifnever displayed flnftenantsvester Vincent as generals uprr endent of Social Island Mr Via in cent proved to be a most capable ma nager He formulated a set of es and enforced them with the n tact the seithe cltiarman Irheous He became more and more yiicoveredforbeyond tjlctheseaeryshade of nolinm son to anticipate any favorable rangeck exIAt the suggestion of Mr Rock Inslarise in the morning in time to have dayUghtIo and by four oclock were hard work It was cool in these earlyt9hours and all worked Will a r yon flueichthe substantial meal served at oclock The sun was then high the heavens and it was no longer self to work During the hours from spi oclock Until five the castaways put enjoyed the delights of a siesta At five oclock in the evening were aroused and after part fruit or a light luncheon returned how their labors Three hours s stolen from the angry a cool of the evening and a total a at least eight hours devoted to for rk during the day At eight a ock In the evening dinner was ready and at half past ten the toilers was opjforprotiriThe supply of bread left by lies was exhausted in three or four tin wriflourbiscuits enjoyed much popularity it was pot lasting tilt like a 81ice of goqdold ij f 1bOIUemlule t j it s 1j f ll J jt 3t J t jJ iiti IIt m 1tuoOVi tJl s JJliy Y ttct i J 4SrrPi j 4 0 1 1 t tiII r A SS dif c 1 j i 4 0 tr r T j m J u- rRockwell j l d M ope a v voiced the common breadRAI know how to make Mr Pence I learned when I was Jetingmake mighty fine bread It cost leai chlllgesftThere is a package of yeast slufl in the stojoroom stilt Mr inc It is the kind of astllo the box saJsthat will keep for years He brought in the package nail Mr l criticallyI stufT1 he said It is probably ROUIO alIIYsthemade uiiyown yeast out of hops saidhethere full directions on It Mr Pence found explicit Inst tions fin the package which was heinemllkurhebilkerIrgcnpthen Theuucierporwcombination thoroughly In the tiouindt thudeeti1oC warm water To this he ad mani1nzmixture which reposed in the cc 11lenillapronhePence while the others listened licegoodfew Insome livebreadhopeuedayMrs does a mother a sick babe From carriedhet chuheraft or houseboat It has started to come up announced as n 70foot tree came crashing down lifter the welldirected blows of Palmer J Morton noodRaid Mr Kent as licekeephstsMranti cap rolled up his sleeves and began to knead the bread lie dis played much deftness in this opera tion Starting from the inside ofwhi the pile of flour he worked the flakes into the sponge whoVorwork Then he put the plump nasa Alaternow a huge light ball and Mr Pince wns much elated Two hours later s edlightlybread pans and after it had e gain sed he placed the pans in theIAfter an hours baking Vin and Mr Pec took from eight loaves of bread of t any abodowbrown and the texture was that firm but light nature which marks the apex of the bakers art In the search for suitable tiniberAtt Sidn Hammond had choppcd down tree containing n store of honey made the further discovery that tropical e ss Fresh Hl le a tv and Mi pro t v sta fH shotf rnu idoJs which hall been discovere- ccnt by and Mr Pence Jn fnctthey a e two trips and reduced the sup to such an extent that the own juheMr Pences request these images were placed in his room and DifunfestedagInds suggestion n watch was ntuined on top of the big rock overlooking the ocean where the taff had been erected Mr Cary was assigned to this duty on Saturday He rowed across the lake the early morning taking with him a rifle n book and luncheon After about two hours had elapsed sail showed on the southeastern rim It was low down in the vubri but nit air was wOIulerfullyd r und he could see that it Will amae threemasted vessel More than t it was coming in his directionh Cnrmody watched the craft in a tly and ate his luncheon The ship was now perceptibly nearertl h the glass he saw that it was aRogantine square rigged one thetIer mast and schooner rigged main and mizzen masts Then craft took a long tack out letnedcanorthwesterlyit jjglassm ITo Be Continued UNDER jIBE GUILLOTINEbl piration of n Lo othndonProved UDrOJUrorlbJeIs There is a story of a ghastly quar of an hour once passed by a tug 1arisinn who wandered into Chamber of Horrors at a wax ric works show in London says the St the Louis PostDispatch Finding him alone he was siezed with an in ration What a glorious thing to hia neck under the guillotine where lund rested the neck of IarieC Qjkingwas he to release himself 2 Ifrou oftword of English he yelled lustily help in French and before long crowd of visitors led by an attendant came on the scene The guide a bit of a linguist and saw an ortunity with himself cs master ton the situation lIe at once an a ctical lecture on theguillotine in a rupting his remarks with little civil asides in French to the indignant vie asking him to scream louder or 1heatleasedmebehindIp t r4 tI N INTO THE CROWD Many Excursionists Killed and Wounded in Detroit ntAll th maneto lectoEngineerBeing Lyncheden proPolesboard an excursion train for their hom otheesin Detroit a fast passenger train on the Grand Trunk railway crashed into the crowd and killed at least seven persons anti injured many others bylaToledo and tUo hundreds of men worn en and children were packed In closo Dequlnerha hlavyInon the human mass in the darkness headlight gave a momentary war ning but the people were so cr ofheescal ng figtlouslythe track was precluded With a smothered by the human obstruc Wandscreams of the dying and injured the huge locomotive ploughed through the chUcrvery lessdensity rlctlmam 1thpo began to remove the victims All figliveboyspem morning over the Lake Shore higan Southern railroad The ex cursionists were met by a number of local Poles and Polish societies who escorted the visitors to St Josephs rch An entertainment was r at Harmcnla hall About athallot hadhethemen stood at the corner of Canflcld endeavored to keep the excursion from crowding through the the track Despite their of hun Prinsto await the arrival of their t up f honromPatrolmen and cornwereponflyersand that the bell was popcry thathad done A demonstration was start the sureneer dow tirangin e Tlui police had forestalled them eachhratutresumed its trip into the station ANTIPOLICY CRUSADETh empt to Dynamite An Institutional Church at Chicago Chicago May 4The war which the Negro preachers of Chicago aro Easing on policy culminated in an rl lie the InstUutlQCal late eetlng x v file sentiment n theganation Sin the church and tha congregation had been dismissed but few minutes when the dynamite was thrown The few persons who re malned in the building were not In ed The explosion broke all tho dows of the church and blew a large hole in the south wall The shock severalsxpected for threats had been mado inst the pastor R C Ransom whd leading the antipolicy crusade in the Negro quarter DOUBLE LYNCHING Two Alleged Assassins Hanged By a Mob of Farmers Vlcksburg Miss May 4Dob Dry ant and Will Morris the assassins of W andgea tyderested him implicating Morris vhom accused of firing the fatal shot At point near the Legg place 200 armed farmers stopped the officers and took mibbery RejectedI minlisterter asking for a reopening of his e The request has been refused toIto nister of justice Officially Denied St Louis May 4Denlals haven published here by Gen Corbm Gov Odell President Francis anti ers of the stories circulated that Is sident Roosevelt was discourteous treated while on his visit here German Expert Agriculturists Washington May 4The party of German landholders and experts in ageduiture who are to make a tour of on United States the daj In ty Washington sightseeing They will remain here until Tuesday when they leave for the wesLbuRemains of Alex R Shepard bodytheen through here from Batopllas en prMrsthe family Capt E W Brady Dead Washington May 4Capt E W Brady for many years a wellknown newspaper correspondent In Washing died here Sunday of Bright S dls ter ease aged 54 years Capt Brady was native of Indiana and served in tho ed war Turks Defeated theMornIng of battle between Turts and Insurgents nal I Jfeodascb The Turks were defeat with a loss of six officers and 1OV n killed t L FOUGHT IN CHURCH Women and Men Had a HnndtoHand Conflict Joliet Ill May 4Women and men Sunday fought handtohand with each other and then fought handlnhand against the police in the Slavonic Ro Catholic church The trouble was started by several women as the col rs were circulating through the ch There were 2000 men wom and children in the church when the fight began In spite of all the ests of Father ICollar and others church members fought with fists and pieces of furniture knocking each r right and left Some one ran from lice assauforIn Of pagainolicemenand the patrolmen entered the cdi which was filled with whacks thun din and tumult era irrtcsedhad three1ieenangry women who petted the stronger ones with clenched hands anti books By the time the police arrived Sc of the combatants lund fled to street As the Wdciuur Closchto the fight armed with clubs st and revolvers Those within left ofl ing with each other and unite t the police Those from with oitGum fired into the patrolmen from the rear omen and children cried outran in terror at the sight and many men from the church or out of win dow livesvolv Tomersorder prevailed The aifrigi ited combatants ceased fighting and the lice secomenall the persons Injured none had to taken to a hospital Father Kol liarmon who entered Into the midst of the ting In an effort to calm his par oners escaped uninjured Many nrrOitswere made during the day no one knows exactly who started fight or what is was abqutFrAUDIENCE WITH THE POPE Em darkperorIdcelved By the Pontiff- S Rome May 4 Emperor Will was received by the pope Sunday a conference with the pope of 40 theheto t late T warheperor and his suite traversed the enthuslastlcalIspreset ce Frederick William and Pr thenoors by the palatine guard and a oon of gendarmes and he was wel ed by the high dignitaries of the owntificalmperor William presented to the e a large photograph of the Met2 hedral The pope expressed hit nks for this gift and remarked that Metz cathedral greatly resembled that at Reims Emperor William wa prised at the quickness of the lIon In remarking that the one cathe l was a reproduction of the other he visit of Emperor William was returned by Cardinal Rainpolla papal secretary of state at the Prussian ion BISHOP J F HURST DEAD e WellKnown Churchman Passed Away at His Home In Washington ftWashington May 4Blshop John Ietcher Huret of the Methodist Epi opal il lay ilmorninghis daughter Ellen l S S CIainfantryhouraTbefort his d tti spierNay here from Denver having b eraen summoned when it was seen the end ra CsBak4estad been in railing health for nearlj wo years The news of President Me Klnleys assassination prostrated him md the shock brought on rapidly the lec liSShineecse SUNDAY LAWS ENFORCED Everything In Pensacola Fla Wa Compelled to Close Pensacola Fla May 4For the first lime the Sunday laws were enforced here Sunday Hacks were not allowed on the streets Livery stables were compelled to close Soda water anti confectionery stands did no business d only street cars and railroad ins were permitted torun the coun solicitor announcing that for the repsentence with them as two sections of the state laws conflict The only Sundaj morning newspaper In the city wat served with a notice to cease work A dnight The order was obeyed th f per being circulated before IS oclock forNegotiationsPeking May ITheShanghai for American negotiatlolinese commercial treaties have been susJpended They will be continued here when Chang Chlh Tung viceroy ol Nankin reaches Peking which prob be ably will be In a fortnight atMeetsLondon May 4The YerkesSpeyei scheme for the consoldlation of all theFunderground tube railways of London meeting with considerable opposl a tion The newspapers protest against file such Americanism and monope ilytha HighwayCoudersport charr body of Edward Hill was found the road near Oleana Poyyer conn He had evidently met death in the forest fire which swept the Kettle creel territory His horse was alsc rned to death VhPostmasterManila Many 4O G Milne postmaster at Taclohan Island of Leyte who recently was convicted of ituisalCh government funds bat en sentenced to seven years Imprls Dan onment in the penitentiaryWI IsDiedNew York May IPolice Sergt Gil nightbywho at the same time killed Po this Hceraan Peters and desperately wound Policeman Russok died In the hosMe pltal Sunday night lasCourtMartlaiManila May 4The courtmartial Capt Carl F Hartinann of the sigHcqrjs who was charged with emma bezzllng government property IIaior tinWptaln The llant pal fi 0 fJify r p 1 Ij STATE ODDS AND ENDS I= o r ASSAULTED INSANE PATIENTS Four Attendants Were Indicted on That Charge Louisville Ky May 2Tlue granJ jury has Indicted Walter IJIaclc C Addis Steve Helm and Win W till tr attcnduns at Lakeland asylum on the charge of willfully and maliciously lting Inmates Isaac lllaek Is d aa the victim InNhe bills st Black and Helm Addis al victim Is IS A Barter alictrsall hjrpsan tigatiouu brett weeks stategrauudthem theironwards mlPADUCAH GUN CLUB ed a Tournament of Three Days IrsExcellent Sport Paducah Ky May lrhe Paducah club Interstate shooting tutu flfl mon of e tendxcellentducah handicap was shot and In first strah vldlgtbirds Fred SjcCMarshallctrnttTit scores Mne Starr lien Ctttrv toD trolndbeLhei lIrdeyHORSE HITCHED IN AN ALLES YHe An Alleged Scheme to Release James hcHHrdFridcharankfortlimb granedcove guialleyWednesday night and It started a jjtamongdevelopedIetra guards have been on duty about jail for several nights which indl s that the officials have been ned of something O hagweusboroirfy a Negro escaped from the iv urIcgro Olenedheleap floo ciparhis way out of the building Mount in shooting at the Negro shot oil his thumb and badly lacerated his hand Tolley is also vonndeO Mt Olivets Quarantine Mt Olivet Ky May IWith the aid of armed guards ML Olivet has been able to keep up a strict quaran tine against Maysvlllo during the pant ten days The probabilities are that the board of health will raise the q tine antlne as soon as assured all danger from smallpox Is overt Will Build a SixStory Building L Coyexitugton phSafetychiled to construct a large sixs tory building in this city in which to cs tabllsh its business offices Plans are now in the hands of the architects WeddingIIKy May 2A feature he street fair was tnarriag of IIIss Anna Ruth yciTyral tower in the presence of sev l thousand people Town Marshal Fined Crecinuper town marshal of Sprlnvlllee fined 20 and costs for threatenI ing to throw the president of the townt council out of a secondstory window during a session thereby breaking up the meeting- Society With a Long Name L Llsoc stitietyday morning Sixty prominent phy sicl We ivildnesdaylieSundaySchoolPewee Valley Ky May 1The Old ham county Sabbathschool convention will he held at the Presbyterian church here on next Thursday May 7 The convention is undenominational and every school in the county will be resented plaCandidateLouisville Ky April 30Col Nor rls D Dclknap member of tOte whole sale hardware firm of W B DclknalI Co will probably announce his can didacy for the republican nominationf governor within a short time Bill Posters Meeting Owensboro Ky May 2 President G Burch of the Kentucky Bill PosttIers and Distributors association hasHa Issued a call for the annual meeting to held In Louisville May 11 The as soc iatioru will be in session two days It Scclbachs hotel For a New Trial ttorranlefortneys for Jim Howard Friday prepared motion for a new trial They will leg it Saturday The same grounds gin t have been filed In all these cases ly will likely be stated again Bridge Falls With Cattle Mt Vernon Ky April 30The west span of the wagon bridge across Roundstone creek at Livingston fell with a drove of cattle killing eight ma head and crippling many others The stock was the property of E C Me tat orter of Laurel county a Died From Effects of Burns Lancaster Ky April 30 George estnut aged 17 prominently con Me nected who lived with his father Mr Chestnut at Hubble east of here s accidentally burned Saturday and dead from the effects ity Smallpox Stamped Out Bowling Green KYeApril 30 Smallpox has been stamped out of city and the last patient has been discharged from the Eruptive hospital He re than 15000 people have been to vaccinated in the county within the t ten days Congressman Weds enderson Ky April 30 Congress n A O Stanley and Miss Sue Soap ey were wedded in St Pauls Eplsco YAp church here Wednesday n lghievent was one of the most bi In the social annals of the cit di JII f p4c t A SPECIAL TRAINOIt Made a Quick Trip From Cmcjnnatl to LexingtonWoru Le- edyxingtonD Short wife of Charles W Short land Edt appendicitis Dr Forchheimer a Cia cinnati specialist was brought here on tt special train making the run In an hour and a half He worked with her night alter local doctors had given hozntlymitflOut widely known women In the and EatssuatnuerTOBACCO GROWERS MEET Effo TrtnsuatheLexington Ky May1n1hC recent ly organized Burley Tobacco Grey remble asso smciationThursday night and held quite an ex ed session although their bus watt purely of a routine nature thesuuch Spngatlon and the appointment ofintor along the lines previously out The most Important step ken was In effect to obtain entire con of this seasons crop of bunt y COOPER ACQUITTED Was Charged With Attempted Poisoning Ky May 2Thet- he Jury ay acquitted Birch Cooper of go of attempting to poison his dmother Mrs Nancy J Birch Juror Robert J Lorenz voted lty on the r4 ballot but chang to not guilty on the second Commonwealths Attorney Joseph M aker stated that ho would try tore another indictment against Copper Victim of Fiend Is Dead Nicholasville Ky May 1The fu neral services of Miss Delia Powell who died in Richmond Ky were held at the Baptist church Thursday morn Rev I S TImberlake officiating s Powell was the victim of the Ne who was mobbed here a little over a ye the UlHalf Sister to Klnley Mae Lexington Ky May 2The- kg fa mot is brood mare Songstress by Lit Blackburn Imp Maliban by Cathe dfal owned by J B Haggin foaled a bay Infn dor gatKin ley Mac the only double winner ol the Brooklyn and Suburban handicaps and to Mary Black one of tho spec dl est sprinters In recent years Bitten By a Mad O thwlagsvilietow wononbiaMrs Zimmerman biting them about the hands and limbs making serious wounds The also sma 4llNew Oil Company Carrollton Ky Aprl 30 Articles oi incorporation were filed the Kin tuc aakM SLs Lehman Dr Wheeler O W er James F Jolt and Cal Chap man The company la drilling nea Westport Ky Sues For 199999 Damages reenup Ky May L Robert C dyed administrator of the estate of Hen Fleming formerly of LImevllle s county has brought suit for dam ages against the Norfolk Western Railroad Co for 1999999 Fleming wa s a brakeman on he road and i killed by a train at Taylors Switch Meeting Called Ky May 2Col C M chairman of the republican te central committee has Issued a for a meeting of the committee tin this city on May 14 The committee decide upon the date of the re blican convention which it is be ved will be early in July Midnight Law Is Enforced Newport Ky April 30 Saloon keepers of Newport are considerably agitated over a recent order promul gated by the police department to the effect that the midnight closing law must be strictly observed Much com int has been registered recently Killed While Cleaning a We- llIoliHenderson Ky Iay 2James Id i5while i iSm near here Stone caved In on Holland Made a Poor Haul Paducah Ky May 2 Burglars blew safe in Black Howells store at zelwood Ballard county and sc cured 65 Mr Howell took over 000 out of the sale Thursday and put in the bank The safe has been rot bed three times State College Cadet Encampment Lexington Ky May 2It has been definitely decided to hold the State e cadet encampment at Ashland ciiiI nltuii May 20 Both battalions neat 600 boys will go Into camp at tha same time Said to Be An Impostor Lexington Ky May L Plnkerton detectives are scouring the country search of Lionel Stuyvesant a asndays ago claiming to be the represen tar ive of a company desiring to locate cotton milLTiWithdrew the Petition Frankfort Ky May L Charles acham Thursday withdrew his petl tloirfpr reheating In the court of ap peals in the case of Meacham vs Young and others Involving the legal of the state democratic primary Schorr Buying Yearlings A Louisville Ky May LJ W Setter arrived from Lexington Thursday night where he bought 17 yearlings speaks highly of the half brother Grand Opera by Imp Top Gallant which he paid a big price for Mickey Shannon Killed By a Boy Louisville Ky May 1Roy Mack lu years old who was stabbed on j23by a 12year old companhor because of taunting ru us Ed The alleged boy taut r rA Sr phi Younger and Stronger Festus Mp May 4thMr January S gentlemanaged healthMytrouble I had pains iii my back and nips so laud that could not sit up straight utonlya 4 I hail to get up durini every night very myselfOur and iliad dtr Inflammation I have Millered for over five years in this way always worse at night could get nd relief anti was getting IilisAfter te rem I felt stronger anti better than have for yearn and years My pains all left me and I can rest anti sleep 1 old man or woman who feels as I shouldiie Uodds Kidney Pills and I Iam sure they will not be diapuointedrheybrought me out SSThe Dllfcrenee Sh eWhy a bachelor is an object of flub lie derision ileYcs and a married man gets his at s eluck Ladles Can Wear Slin jOne size smaller after using Allens Foot A certain cure swollen sweating aching feet At all Druggists 25c Ac cept no substitute FRIILpressAS OlmstedLefloyNk hemanwhorailsatrnainimonyiapublic sort n Topics Pi tos Cure for Consumption is an infalli medicine for coughs andcoldsN W uel Ocean X J Feb 17 1900 Was Robert of Normandy very evilpapa No mychild he was only eval Tiger end to earn rather than earn to spend Y Obuerver Opium and Liquor Habits Cured taBoo kirce BMWoollcy JLIAUantaGa Work alone gives value to rest Rams 1Ior Ju Unemarket butter You cannot kick back and pull forward Rams Horn r No legacy is so rich as honesty Shakes pear eSs c Mrs Tupman a prominent y of Richmond at a great sufferer with womans troubles tells how she was cured For some years I suffered with backache severe bearingdown pains je leucorrhoja and falling of the womb I nothingvePi LnkliamsVegetaj4eConipoundin 1901 Iliad taken the i first half bottle I ft a vast improve atme and have now taken ten bottles wi Sthwo man When I comt nced takingSe Vegetable Compound I felt alt rn out and was fast approaching co weighedlyuns and am improving everydaySI glrnlly testify to the benefits re ceI vedtittasLI TVIMAN 423West a30t foifeftIfInaIprottuctii When a medicine has been sue- cessful in more than n million cases is it justice to yourself to v without trying it I do not lieve It huel lute urely you cannot wish to re m ain weak and Hick Mrs F1nklinmavltose address Is LynnMasavIilnztswcrehicer fu and without cost all letters addressed to her hy sick women e Pcrliapshte has just thGknowlSge that sell help your case 7 her today it costs nothing y ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carter Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature of See FaoSlmllo Wrapper Below f Yonr nun acJlM ewr k otaggrAspI irK NUIACKi FIR IIZZIHEM FOR IIUOUSRESf FOR TOHrll LIYELi j FOR COMST1PATIIR FOR SALLOW urn fAt TWlMPtt1lI1 w CURE SlC HgADACHE REEF TO WOMEN ibtljEjiwith boOk ot litatructuoni 3 absoiutrly free ThIs IiIII aotatlny sampiebualarge to convince anyone ot Its value Women all oyer the country are praisine for ahat it hai done local treat- uuient oifrmaIe lllicur onderfuaal catarrit ai a mouth wasP and to removeStar and whiten the teeth Sead Lodaj a pos tal card will do 5014 by druegletsor sCnI by as 40 iere box suusrrlioulE PaXTVN 0 sos tuarnieedsHoston 1ssSJ0arj I- 4A1 L Lutes rtetheery 4nererPerace T a4 7- ce IAw Irsalt Cough Syrup Taste In iim Sold b CONSUMPTION I t Ke The Springtime of the Soul SPIRITUAL TRUTHS ILLUSTIlATItD BY MOTHU NATURE Seaanable Suman by the Highway d Byway Puacher JB COllrlchl bl J U ESIOD IlrTiP Similar May 3 I mprrforfcpen when we vitrr diail In sins hnth 4 quickened together with Christ liy grace ye are save dTind hath rilstd I nlUeanlllthe ages to come Tie might show lip ux cevdlnR rtuhea of Illscrucit In Ills kliidnr xs towards us through Christ Je1uEIh iJ tH whEX the qiiicn f1 Sbebu IittIpaIt b r r 1t1 lIltlrullt- fhlt to the court of King Solomon It bud Inheld ull his isiToui and the glory 11- 11IImgnillI i Ills ialic there was mi morn spir it in tier S- hwas ttttrlvhlts bifore iio inalcbluss wis I IEper be lavish riches time iniirtty I H is with tinmtt stucli as Ibis that tIme soul views f Ilin snlilinid heights sraloil by Paul I in tin words of our text nnd Imliiilils ifU IluaviMily huns wliiih be Tim pnvrrtystrickvn soul as it dunes into tlm trIlIrchmu of F Cods loveand lioholils tlu iinfHtboni Hblc rirbea which art in Christ lesus f J focI Its mvn sjiiril anti nclfconti lliMicu alit self vstfi in evaporating Tatiot stands in mut windcr There 1 Kiuli heights and depths anti and breadths to time thoughts 1III wII in our trxt that we bow in I silenee and feel thp poverty nf words us we attempt In frame sen lencvs to tell nil it beaus Ciodn un rlIIeaslllld and immeasurable love and merry and grace Hasli forth mill pen 4 4Pirati with their lieains of light In 1 t of time Imrrililr black pit 1 nftleatlr where flit ooiilof mat is rpiinil The power of God is feltjis It rlah IlOvuiIhWtI down until tbr- toult oJ Vespntids to the quickening 1tQIIhllllel Is lifted up up up and is Wiled in glory beside Jesus Christ in c the Heavenly places And this is not ill Through the ages to eome tin marvelous Ibing wlileli I lie love S niorey nnd grace of tod have aceotii 4I4 plisbed is to be a witness for Him r 1 lrad hut text over again Let its 1 fiilluetH and meaning Hood your ic toul What a vision Tim rich od f j the powerful Jod standing in His ex iltpd place of holiness and righteousness 4 4 lonking ilowji upon the sin liirsed earth anti discovering a dead It 1mitt He lifts it tenderly plants t n lis Jiienry waters it with Mix ei raee xvnrnis it willi ills love until It feil His piiekening power Then lie raises it up nail bears it aloft Hint il may ndorn lie eourts of the 11Inllrplttually tin Vxeeedlng riehcft of Ills 2nuir in His kindness towards us 011raii limoikmutt upon tilt rYbine expanse of tic lieaven lint von r eyes 1llIIn1 tle tn1I till fling 1 nllireiice of bat start v Held which 1 rniitiiiiios to unroll beyond the reach 4p 1 nMbe tiinst powerful leleseope You 3 nitty drink ill1I1I1 in beauties nf ie 0 t niiiiinliin scenery or sylvan dell hill J there is always yotne liiilden beauty ri 1 f soiiipnnserii llnurr of rare coloring J 1 P aiid fnigranee which escape lie eye Konie lit lie brooklet fplitsliing over llm slniirs anti hltshuiiig in tin sun light jts dinnioiiil spray is singing its sung bryinid tbr en umgof your I bearing tuhsoi it is with all the riches nml vfiillnr s llnre is in nUll q Tbere arc iiiitithtinieolmlepthnt tht ycf lrc ittisIlilell bei Uls give to lie IIIu licverrn high ill us ftllnwsI i c VTbc widow 3 who vas left with a Snge family of t t children and wbcs ile pilo sillslitcould Xhjejiu T7lfit kIp flit vnItof z want froinv Ihcdlll1r Sin was ton t proud to bog mid so she strngarln nn jhe best sbe eniild until nt last rItvoifiy mail beard of her need 2 I7 4Itiiul wllltiuit letting her kniw lie 1 herst foroforpoper An time went on and her fled was sure again another bank nmcsngrMnjy11 Always with the otTering for preienf nef1WIS ilm promIse for the future further helpt More to followl I Th t iKlheway with floors riches nnd forIthe lrescnt needs ana nlwyp COiiiC with the promise pfmore to Ineto1 tire we will find that there more to Wowniorc to follow i f n 4 fit springtime Is the season J When the quickening power of Nature Is flltlhelteu1 brown i4 grasR tbe bare trees and hushes till sllll ill ledllthc hard Iilaek bulbs b Mil feel lIme throb of new life The4 grass rlolhc herself III fresh greena the trtljJlllllhoiltthrir bud nnd leaf the up for the ti sunlight nnd the rain and untold J their lest mid flower Thom death and 4 j barrenness f winter give plaee to I the life nidjnuly of Bpririp Nn i tlire eomes tith Thrilling toiicli anti 4 nulcHetiK gr ss and tree seed nnd haiti into now life nail new beauty 7 Till springtime of ihitoisi Is suggest cu by nnrtfact There lies flit dean of soul In the Winter of Us situ II it barren and aWine It is as insensible lit the suiilitht of Oods love the tS iteetncss ort ifnHII the richesi seedkin flit fltei4tliiit i 1 rllllal In hit z Iirlght rays off Illlflllarr the friend linejss of Jlie melling snows A dead 4soid within yiUelf but n detdness IizluigtFf life eteniai y thlreill a glad utile In titnil wlltIl printime conies The note of the bird Tim ve n new thrill z of exultation us ht busy theinf eelves wilh l trilllkilA preparatoiy to the of their birdling lhp tnl1crllintiI the air wWritR ol sweet shiningilropii i dnnee nnd kip down the vieldihe t WI IJlllt1etearth wllhjglorkiuu nir l tear ow rf nIl voon ly thewmmth ir 4 of his klmlljr rayi the earni back tflife and bomuty WInlhthlv ing buds Jin theres nndjienr flie- fjUnt rjwifle of their imfililiup We greet Ufoi cndcr green tilk of the flpwcr as it l ll111 brnyely nnd eager IVJoSvards Dm sunlight aid thebliie 1 Vnd hriw ive rejolrp i litf- TIr bjeaknei pt yizttfi thtiki1 it z iA if b i v I iI r 1H jf 7 11 t 7 iJ 5f l fn 1r t cTf t j H fli i rgI j tn the unfoldiiii of the new lifIInd hope of springtime And it iII glad JlrillJtililelug the fetters of its winter of sin and awakening It tn new life new beauty new possibilities anti a ncv and enduring hope IT IIIallSelIIf Hcaveli ttnUhliig rill the mining of spring in the human heart rejoice with joy utiKpeakahlo an Ihey behold the life and power of huh quickening the Mini into new experi ences and new hopes The earth with its myriads of human ionls is Cods garden plot It is barren anti lend in spol lint oh how lie longs to see the dead places quickened into life and beauty Think of thin garden whieh was ill nsile to the warm rays of the sun which was willing to drink in the InIlIlltlt loiieh of its masters haunt anil which notwithstanding nil lint was done for it persisted in remaining dead and bnrrrn How long would human pa lienre tend and rare fur it anti wait fur it to respond In lie efTorfh expended uIpatt it Hut looV at la sadder vie ture suggested byour text of time gar ilen spot of time human lilt which receives the gladdening warmth of Cods love which drinkv in all the goodnefR which lie showers upon the life which huts tiny by tiny the tendcrlhonghtand lIre of time IR t Curdencr and yet that send remains an dead anil barren ls1hl hardNandsif llidetert nnd as indiffprplit as the adamantine rlllk Angels are valrliing till garden spot of Jnd anti when the qnirkeiiing in the human heart takes pae anti the tender tltlkr time new lifo ilufn jip wnrd townnl the ira rintli of Coils love isnol where il ian be watered by t lit showers mit nierey nnd dews Uf grace then there is joy in leavn What glad time Is spring Oh liow we delight In par down lime garden ilal h a lid note hereatul here hrllu ruing green t lie liny green sprotils reaching nptvard throMgh the dark foil nnd till bust ing Iii idoni tree and hntli The M denees of the new life tenth a thrill through niir being e jircglad with 1 joy almost 1I1IlllnkulalrlId in the regions where II eager ly waleh the teeming inilftons of earth there is rich pure Joy wWcli only Heaven Inn know in all IK transcend ing fiillnrts when a 11JEI re sponds to the quiekening ouch of Goal and rises tn newness of Jlrl in Christ lesus IThrrrWhen lifes alive In everything And there is no time likillie spring time of the soul when for JIll tirsi t lump II comes tn know wlial lifi IIi that lilt which is unending in hri1 le ns seed hard nI1l11J in my hand TI1H insensible lo lot 11 iIo11iIil of life As il lies there Ispmml to it of life of a richer deeper ftllcr experi race nf frnil fulness I IIlIlilflcently its sleek tnmlsiIuy dress It feels lime fullness of its own present state and it replies that it iupiile eon tent Ah say but you ar deail now you dont know whairlifei With in credulous voice t Vtcinl sks how know that thvreJs lilt am a new and IlIjIlJ1lIdseeds thrill with life ban watched them push down into the onrishing soil and reach up wilh lliir tender green I have seen the suifnuile upon Ilium anti heard the rain wjitperjiis tearful message of love until flin trongmHl drllwIthen asxs And how may too know what this lire is 1 Ah by put ting yourself in the hands of Thither Nature nnd letting her quicken you with her energy 5lollg as Jinr lie by 3iurself you will only be n hard dry seed but if you will let Nature exert her power upon you the Ihrill of life will hurst time rnrrnw prison nf your presenl dead condition and you enter II new ollllnlger ntmd better exIijtence and experience tlmiyLsoul Unless cod lint quickened you into life through faith in Jesus Christ you are dead dead in trespasses and sins I speak to you nf life not the life which is throbbing in your vciiii and gtvlngyou sense ofjoy and satis foction in the earthly experiences but of that soul experience which comes from the presence of God there You settle buck in the ease nnd comfort of your present condition and sly you are quite content Ah but what about the lime when t1e present experiences shall have ended and earths light nnd joy and satisfaction shall have given place to Ibe dnrliiipfs anil rtncertalnty of eternity There is no life apart from God Jesus said Verilyvrer51y I say unto you he that hcareth Mj word and beltevrlh Him that sent Me hath Klernal fift and comet h not into judgment hut hath lasseliout of death into life How limited sail mean are time possibilities and opportunities of dead soul That is what death means fbntrncHonnnnrrow boned Dries decay and mold Hut LIFE Ob think nf what it means in Nature to till seed and Ihrnlrttiod sp ak to tlnllehyow atk incredulously how I BUT ibat there is such thing ay soul life of which you nre now un consciiinn ii id tn which ytm nrl hid If ferent First because have experi enced it in my oxviiSKiul and frootidty hare seen it experienced by olimtrs arid I rend in Gods VVmHiow IlifGos prl in tIme power of God unto salvation to everyone that believeth one see flue myriad witnessrs rise tram its sacred pages and testify to the life giving power oi Jefciis Christ The deadest pardon the unusual superla live but Iaul gives us warrant for its use when he cahimtelf the cjirfest of sinners the deadest titan 1hoOrlll has ever Ictiown wns Paul but Gods power was equal to the desperae iou dition and the instant Paul S1If him self up to God in siirrenderon fI rood to Damascus the quickening power Qf God Etrnck him to the ground and he became a living soul asking nfeMiv whose existence he had been denying Lord what wilt Thou i have me odo1 And the barren new of the seed gave jplice j to the leaf and blossom of life for the ixAtiruce of Paul exerts its power over iw lives of Christians to tlilt day v 1 f i JI Out quickens us and raises UE up into newness of life and pivcs us lie privi lege of sillitifr with f hrist III the lleiy t nlif Tliis lasl is iut nit experience wliiih lit tlirisliiin can only rca ie after tlie earth life is ended It is iirscnt rinlilv The jdaee of a itiiclc cued Mini in thought in hope in de sire in fellowship is in the higher realm with Christ Hut III tills same epistle in whith Iiittl so siibliniflv Ml forth Hie privileges of the Ill risl inn he plainly declares the jiraetical uilk in time world of the Christian III the world but not of the world because the life from Cod has raised the mul up to n scat beside its risen smith PR eetitled Lord llmereja good deal uf nonsense talked the Heavenly calling of Christians as though it nb stilt eel tlicm from pracliral living in the world Iaul mud not so think lie mud not si write want at sonic fu t tire day to speak of the lleaenlv coil ing and the earthlv walk hilt I visb to emphasise that tIme ittiekencd lifo while it linds its fellowship and inspi ration in flit lieaveiiiies with Christ finds its living pratMeal expression in till daily Jilt on earth Ill seed as it bursts Into lift reaches up through the blue of Ihe heavens after lIt wurmtli and higltlii tlfe sun laid stiiiifs so many iiiilliiuis of miles awa il til inKi in Ibe rain which falls frntn tbcelomls HontiiiK nvcrlioad anti the rain and time sunshine from above find eires ion upon time earth in the rare coloring of the lluwcr and in the rich green of the foliage And it is so with the Christ ian He receives from above that lie may unfold and blossom In beauty of character in the iiiiilntof men on earth how may I too experience BUT life of which you are speak injfV lly yielding to God You sub mit to lin and His power iuickcns you who were death in sums into new ness of life in Christ Jesus Suppose the seed in my hand resisting my ef forts to place it in the soil wliero Nature multI quicken it into lifo should roll off upon tIme hard rock Irf HIP roadside It would never know lift So it is with the soul of man If it resist the effort of God to surround it with n sense of Ills love and mercy and graee it will never know what life is but yielding himself to Him the quickening of His power will be prinltimebrown dead grassthe hare gaunt trees hurt nolliiug within themselves wJiereby lhioy eon force life into the oloatlshiriveitti blatle and leafless branches They must only submit to time forces of Nature and soon the ground is carpeted in beautiful green anti tbe leafy trees are waving in the grnlle breees ami becoming temples of music for the happy tuneful birds Of till submissive soul the soul that has yielded to iod it eaii be said And you hath lie quickened who wer e dead in trespasses anti sins There is naught the soul can do to waken itself into life Hut by grace are ye saved through faith and that tint of yourselves it is the girt of Gall Gtids quickening power which calls into life Goths drawing power which carries the soul lip into Ibe preKcnen of its Saviour Gods gracious hospitality which gives till sonl a seat beside till Son upon His throne Marvelous is it not let us hastily look nt the rest BUT our texl Oh there is enough here for perpetualIenimt rmplil ion We can but touch the borderland of its scope and moaning Time quicken ed soul lie miracle of Gods grace nnd power that in the ages to lIme He might show the exceeding riches if His grn in lit Vindness towards us through Christ Jesus The angels know of the purity and holi ness and iow r of God but did you ewr slop to think that grace slid jnepp iTrTCVd death are jterms of which they have no understanding or knowledge except ns it has been revealed to them through the ijeail soul of man quickened by the touch of God anti raised from the depth of sii to the exalted place with tIme Son above the position of the angels It Is simply marvelous Oh the love the mercy the grace of GUll which has done all this for dead anti lost man And throughout time ages to eome the exceeding riches of His gruel anti kindness anti love are to be revealed through those who have been quickened into life by His won derworking power We Ire lo bo Gods exhibit to all the now unseen world throughout the endless years of eternity His matchless love that could give Ills wellbeloved Son to redeem tIme world from sin ills in finite wisdom and forethought that could lay the foundations for mans redemption before He laid the foun dation of the world His tIIIH corn passion Ills farreaching mercy that could descend to the lowest depths mind lift man out of his sin ills inex haustible grace which could strip man of his hideous rags and clothe him in garments of white like unto those worn by the risen anti ascended mid glorified lnnd crowned Lord Oh it is wonderful blest be His name that God has cloneall this for you and for me Oh tbe springtime of the soul which is tbe beginniimgof the reajizn lion of all this Let Natures voice speak to you at this quiekenlng time of the year of the God Who is rich in mercy for Ills great love where with He loved us Who thought we are dent in sins will quicken us together with Christ and raise us up together and make us sit together in Heavenly places in Christ Jesus that In the ages to come He may show the exceeding riches of His grace in Ills kindness towards us througli Christ Jesus Vlmt U Prnycpf Many a person thinks of petition ni the chief element in prayer indeed founts prayer as synonymous with ink lug God for some special girt This licing like n child who supposes his chief duty lo his motheris inking her for something more without telling her that hn loves tier or thanking her for what site has done for him or for what she is to him and to her other children Frederick W Robert son says on this point That lifeis most holy jn which there is least of petition and desire and most waiingupon God that in which petition Basses into thanksgiving Aydung believer was startled when he heard a devoted man of God say Impressively God Is more honored by one word of praise than by ten words of petition T lOt was a thought which the young believer newer forgot Does petition or praise have largest place in our prayers day- by day When Jesus on one occasion healed ten lepers all of them took the choice gift and went away with it but only one of them turned hark to give thanks In which division should we oftenest be foundwith the one or wjih the nineS S Times- Teat of Chnrncir Td many a test of character it lodged in poverty Itev Dr Mamas IrV Jr APRIESTARRESTEDII- re QI is Suspected of Killing a Jirl at Loniin 0 Father Reichlln Brother of the Murdered Girl Believes the Accused Is InnocentStrange Men Seen Near the Relchlln Home Lorain 0 May 4Rev Charles Rclclilln pastor of St Josephs church In this city and brother of Agatha nelchlln who was murdered Friday night Sunday made a sensational do niinclatlon ot the authorities for the hrrost of Rev Ferdinand Walscr on the charge of murdering his sister Tho occasion was at the services Sun day morning In that church anti the place was from the alter steps Rev Father Relchlln was greatly affected over the happening of the week and could hardly speak Several times his voice was husky from emotion and he paused frequently to overcome his feelingsMiss Relchlln aged 30 was brutally murdered in her bed Her head was crushed with a stone Father Walser was visiting at the residence during the absence of Father Relchlln at Kel Icys island Father Walsors room was next to the room of the murdered girl and the door between could only be locked from Walsers side The minister said that a man polled his head Into his room anti Walser told him to get out which he did Walser gave the alarm and he together with another brother of the dead girl who slept in another part of the house they discovered the dead body of the womanSaturday forenoon blood hounds were sent for antI taken to the Reich lln residence They were allowed to sniff the clothes of Miss Relchlln they then went direct to the bed of Father Walser This was repeated two or three times with the same result The animals would go no further The priest was placed under arrest charged with first degree murder and for safety as there was silent threaten ings He was taken to Elyrla and locked up lie denies all knowledge of the crime iurther than he stated The motive for the crime is a mys tery as nothing In the house was ta ken though there was Jewelry and money at hand in Miss Relchlins room and no evidence of a criminal as snaIL was apparent Father Relchlln in his statement said I am sorry to see that Father Walser Is connected with the murder of my sister I am sorry because I know I am convinced before God that he is absolutely innocent and that no matter how strong public opinion Is how spiteful how atrocious that public opinion may be It can not make him out a murderer the murderer of my sister The time will come when I will give my version of the bloodhound story upon which the character of pub lie opinion seems to be based My friends I believe Father Walser Innocent until he is proved guilty Personally I must say that I do not knovt which assault is most brutal the as sault of the murderer upon my sistcJ or the assault upon the reputation ol Father Walser the assault made bj public opinion on that good priest The scene of the murder was the point of interest for thousands of callers at the Relchlln home Sunday where the body was in view until II was taken Into St Josephs church at 3 oclock where the vespers for thou dead were sung by Rev Charles Reich lln and two assisting priests Thom congregation was so great that it en filled the seate and all the standing room fie funeral services wt rphelc1 Mon day morning at o Joe UiJment be gntF Ft er ser who I- sticounty jail at Elyrla J ccssiblc to visitors and he one since Saturday He is1 any other prisoner except tU the freedom of the corridor llminary hearing will be held on Tuesday There is no excltn Elyrla and no sign of unlawfuyf Theories concerning the cri- as many as there are Individual e authorities are not disposed tyglve expression to any views Support of the belief that I burglar committed the crime was given im petus Sunday by the statements of several neighbors who had seen a stranger hanging around the Relchlln home for several hours on the night of the crime A TRIPLE TRAGEDY Mother Son and Father Found Dead Near Ennls Tex Ennis Tex lIoy4Ncws reached here Sunday of a triple tragedy occurring Sunday morning at Bristol an in land town ten miles north of Ennls Mrs Llneburger and her son were found dead both having been chopped to pieces with an ax The husband and lather W C Llneburger was sub sequently found on his farm four miles north of Bristol with his brains blown out with a shotgun A Colonel Killed in An Ambuscade Mexico City May 4Nqws has been received from Yucatan that Col Jose Gonzales Alas commanding the Second battalion was killed at Bacalar in an ambuscade prepared for the Mexi can troops by a hostile Mayas No other deaths repc Death of John H J ensend Philadelphia May 4John J Sensenderfer a wellknown democratic politician of this state and famous as a baseball player a quarter of a century ago died at his hom In this city Sunday He was 55 years of age Three Persons Drowned Shreveport la May 4Miss Eve lyn Hodge Miss Ingersol Minge and Sam Williams three prominent young society people of this city were ed In Twelve Mile Vayou our drownI half miles from this city at oclock Sunday afternoon Shot and Killed By a Mob Carutnersvllle Mo May 4D M Malone a preacher for a sect known as Sanctified people and Constable W J Mooneyhoon were shot and kill ed by a mob Saturday night at War dell west of Caruthersvllle Italian Miner Stabbed Punxsutawney Pa May 4Franll Carfa an Italian miner was stabbed through the heart at Walston by a recent arrival from Southern Italy who gave his name as Aghello Batiste Carla died instantly and his slayer is In Jail Defective Boats Manila May 4 Tfiree vessels fox the coast guard fleet that were built in Japan have been found to be de fective The government may accept them however wllhb6Idng a portlor ol the prlcef j TE- ys L t 1 oi I S f Ins TIME WAS WOT UP Anil Father Mndr IMm Tnlc Off ills iiioil Clothes mill Vnrli An oh IT llnlf JIIIA man of a memnary pirilla several soils our uf whom wa oil the tvc of Ins lveulylii t birthday The a her hail al ways men a strict UUciplinaiian keeping hi liya well uinlvr nrci1ivlaigt allow i tug thiiii few libcitie anti mnkniK them wnik hiiidrelates Vouthn Companion It was with a feeling ofermioleohle ltIisfaction that the young maui re oh the iiioriiiiij of iiia birthday IIrullan to collect hiIIralelnlJ pitpaialory to tail ing out in the world The farmer seeing hi son klllg loiS trunk which he rigntly jinlstii to be evi dance of tie IarllIII Ia gooil farmhand topped at t iioor of the young mans rooini ad wh11 lit wu gti Jig u The boy very piomptly leiniinltii his fall er of the day of the anti the year all declared his intention of striking tout in time world on Ins own account Not much you wont shouted time nlj man at least not for awhile yet you wasnt born until jiftir I2 oclock in you can just take vII them goon clothe nail lix to give me another halfdays work down in the notato natch Per Yoiumr Yetlon Tripi playgrounuolmad nearly ttiiiM 3a large as Ibuode Island As in size it exceetis all other national park of tIme world combined to III grandeur and iccncry it is unciiuald lIer are located MountVashburmiehas an altitude of 10TSS feet The whole parkas an area of wonders unparalleled It oftimetwo seasons youshotmldnot spend a vacation season more profitably Milwaukeeroutss to ami from Yellowstone Park If you are interested complete information routestrainlassengerAgent HIMV Int Lout IiiN Ilinut At the Art Slmlents league where II ttiidit1 in anti 1885 said I n Cib ton time illustrator there used to pose for me an eXlremelIInprellOsling Iiish man This girl one day how he came to be so igly You tee iniss he rcpli came about like thus When was aiabr there wasnt a prcltior sweeter child in all Ire land ami I shuuKl have grown up to be very handsome and attractive man by rights lout my mother put me out to mine mind the nurse changed me for the ugly ill favored ticature that amnN V Triune To Anntrallit Circuit tour tickets covering the railroad trip to time Pacific Coast and via the various transPaciliu steamship lines to the far East arc each day becoming a feature of greater popularity to the traveling public The Chicago NorthWestern ly have rlllnll announced the pall of ticket of thiicharac ter to Sidney Australia and return in con nection with Service to the lieRoyal toSanverylowgrown anti improved very rapidly in recent years and tourists find the tn filled with scenes of picturesque interest not equaled throughEnglandThe transcontinental train service anti the transPacific steamship service arc of the highest po ible character and time time required for making these journeys is much less than ever before XIIoula you marry a man just be cause he happened to lit rich lJestIfJ- flf not limit then would try awfully haid to get him to many me Cuts Old It Rvrr Ocrnr to You to note the rapid development of East Texas us a truck and fruitgrowing coon ir iiiilmiiietIwinced that time icsoiirces of Texas are il limitable Address Katy 000 rain wright sit Louis Mo It may be foolish to struggle against the inevitable but we all have more or less ad mlralln for the man who refue to let knock him out in the first round Puck SlnrM the ConcU and works oft the cold Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Price 25 cents t MK P R May 2 fCincinnati 4 50 5 25 Extra tl 625 IOGSCh packers 6 75 6 S5- t Mixed packers C 50 C 71- SIiEEPChippetl 4 35 00FJOURsprln 3 CORN No 2 mixed 0 46 33VRYEHAYCh timothy fplG 25 POUK Clear family f20 1- 0LAffDSteam 0 75 BUTTE71 Oh dairy 13 t3 15 Choice creamer 0 24 APPLES Fancy 2 50 3 25 POTATOES Per bid 1 05 1 75 TOBACCO Now 8 00 14 00 Old 600 3tI750 Chicano FLOURWinter pat 3 50 3 60 WHEAT No 2 red 774f i5- No3 spring ct 73 CORN No 2 mixed 44 d 44 33y9RYEPORK Mesa 17 37fi 17 50 LARD Steam 9 15 j 0 25 New York FLOUR Win strts 3 50 S 3 60 WHEATNo 2 red t 82 CORNNo mixed fJ 5- 1OATSNo2 mixed fiK 38 RYEWestern PORK Family 18 50 fi20 25 LARDSteam 9 Baltimore WHEATNo 2rect SOy R SO3 iiOyOATSNo2CATTLE Butchers 4 00 5 25 HOGS Western 7 75 7 SO Louisvill- eWHEATNo 2 red 73 RNNo 3 mixed 4CV4 31yPOItKMessLARD Steam Q 9 75 Indianapolis WIIEATNo 2 red 0 73 COHNNo2 mixed fi 4- 3OATSNo2 mixed if 32 EVERETT 3fAS91 received the sample of Deans Pills anti they stop ped nil my trouble of pain in tIme back from which I have suffered for two years lama soleleather cutter and being on my feet and lifting heavy dies all day appreciate the help Donus Pills have given mc I feel like a new manGEo A BCRGESS 163 Bclmont Street ST Louts Mo Received sample and am on my first boitlc from th- edrugglsttbey helped me wonder I had a feeling of wanting to urinate all the time and trouble in passing burning and Itching That is all gone now and I feel thankful E K STEVEXSOS 5331 Easton Ave ASPEX COLO April Tfl 1903 Doane Kidney Pills accomplished the desired result In my case relief came the second day alter I com menco J iijgtliein I was tub1d sztn l dribbllmtr cf tIme f It is Uitiintl and frtc as 55 I oTmiSlonD- P JJ 1 0jigr i Ao L j f7i l Ia1 r i PERUNA SAVED MY LIFE J Jlr Writes Mrs W McRoberts F Women Made Strong and Happy Mothers Catarrh of the Pelvic Organs is a Trc quent Cause of Barrenness Peruna radicates Catarrh From the System TO tIme woman of ancient Israel not to become a mother was regarded as thmegreattstofcartlily calamities especiallythewas the boiKht of glory for the faithful olasEweiite Miiedas of yort time unothieroflienlthy children is an object of admiration and soiuctimcs envy by her neighbors As Compared with ancient peoples the average American woman has a low ap arehoweverthis statement Time accompanying letters from grate tronheallhJwords of ours to make them eon vincing Catarrh had weakened and impaired their entire systems Peruna made them sound and well Mrs L M Griffith Arco Idaho writes Your medicine diOIme a wonderful barrenInessi iI t A YOUNG MOTHERS LETTER J t thefollowing AlIsst I t to and took Peruna and fanalln The third of March as I you gave birth meIIOpound baby girl and we are both welland happy lam very t 10 you and Peruna saved my life I recommend It to everyone and cant praise It enough i andtt and care of my baby and feel so good I There are three or four of my neighbors using Peruna now since It- t did me so much good They were Just rundown and they think It Is I flne It Is so good to give strength Mrs W to cRobertsi 10pounrlbahy wcreIit until came to see me it My husband says he never saw such a change in any one as there was in me after I hall taken three orfour bottlesof Peruna I am stronger than I have been since I was quite young God bless you anil your medicine forever I can not tell you all Mv letter is too long already i but I will say Pcruna cured inc never saw or heard of anything half so good I can never thank you enough for your kindness In cases of la grippe it works like a charm It cured my baby when other medicines failed She was real bad with- In grippeMrs L M Griffith Mrs E E Thomas Alpha 110I writes IitI havcuscdyour Peruna and Mana 14 GET RICH OtJICK1Every day every hour lost in sickness represents so much money out of your income If not in cathen in life Do not allow yourself to get sick jt or if sick get well as fast as you v can j TAKE OZOMULSION f Ozomulsion relieves pain in lungs liver kidneys and stomach Aids p digestion Improves appetite Re toresLst health If It does it because if IT IS A FOOD + delicately impregnated with natural LLLLor BromoSeltzerPromptly Headaches Thee Effect of Font Time theTwentieth Xevyorkcage but the entire West practically 200 miles nearer New York tome or3tinneajmohis3londay Century Limited from Chicago be in New houufromxcvcraihoursand the Twentieth CenturyLimite be rxmorningFrom Uncle Reuben says Memory was given to humanity dat it might look buck an think of all dc good things we her done fur tie worldan how little dp world has done fur us in return Free Preu The Passenger Department of the Chicago NorthWeaern Railway has issued two very attractive folders covering the details timePresbyterianand other Colorado points on ac count of the Christian Endeavor Convention at Denver Anyone interested in either of these wellttTAvrite to the XorthWestern Line for a of these folders The information they contain is of character to be of much to the prospective traveler painslimbTheycorreet urine wlthbrick dust sedIment high pain In asslng dribbling frequency hlll wetting Donns Tidlley Pills remove calculi and sleeplessnessdlzzinessheadache o1CTOU Consnlt our Pitytichum by mmiii mell1 advice free t ff c lin I lund been doctoring for several years but kept getting worse One day yoimrboolrto take your medicine I told her that 1 had given up all hope of ever getting wclL I had tried so much nieilicine nearlydeadFinally I concluded that I would make a last trial So my husband got me a bottle of anti Manalin I commenced taking them according to directions That was two years ago A year ago last November I gave birth to a 10pound baby boy who is well and hearty and I am doing my own house work I can never give Pernnatoo great praise I think itisthe best med icine I ever heard ofMrs E K Thomas If you do not derive promptanl satis factory results from the use of Peruna i i I a a medicaments which purify the blood and vitalize the nerves Ozomulsion contains cod liver oil guaiacol glycerine and hypophos phites It can be depended on to you up to health For sale by druggists in large bottles weighing two pounds for one dollar TRY IT FREE Free sample will be sent to every 0ii who will send their address to- OZOMULSION FOOD CO 98 Pane Street New York I ii lHHHHHHH i pfl l1JJ taking Detroit Denver coloreti Pcrnnn build w1 YiA1IIIk ONi1 There is no satisfaction keener than being dry and comfortable in the hardest storm YOUARE SURE Of THIS N IP YOU WEA zil- t ZlYH I WATERPROOP ULED CLOTHIN MADE IN BIACK OR YCUOW MD BACKED BY OUR GUABAMTE1 AJTOWCR bOITOM UIA ton to CUflunti lotairo ceo A3K YOUR DflALftRh- lhewuiliiotaoipplyyou 2nd for our free cntgor bad TTITLEMONEYIpaid each month buys a utooi millie farm acres sbannoo county Mo gOlden fruit bell mle it it town smoumb timberland Irice jraib month Krference mnr C kick Ueaailful mar Mluourl Kan M Aikan m or Oklahoma soS but Ihi armteltber state luc stamps or Shyer LOTT THE LAND MAN 14O IJ Vst Slh St Knntnn City Mo DOANS CffANGE DOUBT TO GLAD SURPRISE 1S BmttzNoTo JrJXCTIOX Ho I received sample of Uoaus Pills ant they are all that is claimed they ro Hcvcd a pain in my back and did oil that was representcdC C RAT flF D Ko TATLOItSYILLE 3lissNo man can tell time good of Deans Kidney Pills until he tries them for a weak back I tried everything and ot no relief until I used PillsJ N LEWIS WEsrBnAXcnSIicn April llth Many thanks for time sample of Doanai Kidney Pills We had tried many remedies with little benefit but found Doans act promptly and hit the case which was an unusual desire to urinate had to gct up five and six times of a night think Diabetes was well under wayvtho feet and ankles swelled TbcTCas an intense pain in the back time heat of which would feel like putting ones hand up to a lamp chimney I hafce used the free trial anti two full boxes of Deans Pills with the satisfaction of feeling that sin cured are time remedy par exccHcnce B F BAUAUD V v j 1 5IUmmalal 8 Do All My houseFwork and Take i Care of My Baby t and I Feel So k a fr43III I toj I ii Qs iOjk q1 V tt write at once to Dr Ilnrtman giving a full statement of your case and be will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Ilartman President of The Ilartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio +HiIiII ii complete Shrnds for Union Metallic Cartridge3 It Iso stands for untfrm shooting and saIls factory Tczuits Mk your deaerforUMC ARROW and NITRO CLUB Smokeless Shot Shells The Union Metallic cICartridge coi BR1D4IEPORT CONN ii This Trade Mark appears on Cooking Stores othlcbeot merit T- bKeanKool Kitchen Kind makenocmoke smell tooL dirt sates or ex creiTO heat SaTe work an sorry Economicaiandsafosndclwmmy ready Oan be moved fmia room Cookimmand hakin eta bo done on Klran Knol Kitchen Kind rJ readllr M on nfcnj ntnre but qnlckcr wtih more comfort and la a Klran KonI Kitchen Sold ttcoodttnToilnren AkIoao kf Tndt Wart WESTERN CANADA It attracting more attention than any otber dl irictln orj- TheOrtnarrol the Wend lbs taoist ibine The Natural Feeding Crcnndi br Stack Ares under crop la I9S7JU meets Tlttd in II79KJ54 nihclt 1 Abundance of Water Fuel rienilfal Cbeap Bulldlne Ma tedals Uood Uraia for pasiuia ACII KS PKEE only ebMe lor which laflO Sci601etcitHwayatapliterature to Superintendent of IramlfraUvn Ottawa Cnnnda or WlLUAMS Roomla Law Itldr Toledo Ohio JC 6 lug Fourflidg mndhamaioIismnd authorized Cans i cmaauoyemwemn Wits Lcertificate cuing iou reduioa railwaj rates etc rm S fl fefVc nVo ELECTROTYPES T la guest variety for nt wwt 5rioes bT 51015 5pprC2iWflfl lttlMiIti t uI A N ICE 1968 IVIIJELV WRITING TO AUVERTI8EX please alale that yon saw ties A itvtrliii s taint In tbli per Tfj a 1hm a J S 4 t S 4V t I t 07cL OUTLOOK i r OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO carSt PER YEAR IN ADVANCE a Address nil communications to TIlE OUTLOOK PunusiiiNo Co or toI JoiiN W HONAKEII Owingsville Ky q SubscriberB desiring a change of address should always give previous address when writing 0 Correspondents when out of sta e tionery should mention fact on a separate slip of puper toTHURSDAYMAY71003 ANNOUNCEMENT t For Circuit Court Clork t We arc authorized to announce nines L Conner as a candidate for FubiT ic party Election November 1903 J Wo ard authorized to announce t Jason J Mark usa candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Hath ootin t 1 ior yDemocratic intttheUnited States May 1st wan f oJ 2679310333 the estimated per r 4 r capita being 2958 1k e THE dedication cNerciferi of thc 0 Louisiana Purchase Exposition II St Louis Thursday Friday and Saturday wero a great PUCCCSS i i Ifery pnrtkttlnr The show prout 4I ises to beat the worlds recordl1k THE Indiana Court of Appeal has decided that the cooking of on 1 i ions may be a nuIsance to the 1 trutJi only nutritious but have n valuable hygienic effect on the consumer t r THEY Mro getting u little to 0w ReviEpiscopal Church when A Lin uoli Chase and Mis Gladys Geer 4 1 came to the altar to ho married re fused to perform the ceremony bo 4raU o Chase had been divorced ten i ct years previously The couple were f tI married elsewhefe liter RevGood win explains that lie was ignorant t of the divorce until then and thi c 7F church law prohibits the marrying 11oC divorced I1eI Savoyards Letter 4 fe J r Louisville Postcw t WhlngtooApdl 26 As old 1 Jrt Butler remarked Its a ddi bad ynar for t wickeilu some b quarter at leasi There is Mis of the most righteous Q4TJemocrlcy in tho Union trust i h 4t p arid 80DnJ rbo1issuri Democracy is under fgoing the scrutiny of the grand Vjury and a coM cruel scolUn wwM is told where those thousand 1t dollar bills came from Gath will t L7 hear of it and the daughters the Philistines will triumph Even Pennsylvania is pointing fingers 1 v and making faces at Missouri Wo are told that Sir Robert Val I pole governed England for more t than twenty years and that he governed it by corruption He was 4 not a dlihonrPt man but he had to 1 d govern by bribery tr govern not all elt that bo was necessary 64i j iJoHii is he dlS v J Certafnh bu Wal1 v tnin V Isterandgreartat fln r was Wajpoi8 who saved the Han 0 i verian dynasty and did more than HouseitherealmHe was culled wicked Jr r minister corrupt minister sole t f minister and finally ho was over Ihrown In Walpoles day it was necessary to bribe Carfit be shown that bribery id necessary in Mis Kuri in bur day has not 1 atlndlcuted Volpoltb4t it hascon offence History w ill iA iic7 neither vlnaicate nor condone thatI h liuiness in St Louis and atJeffer ir son City x The Missouri Democracy bas v f long proclaimed fbm tho houseto s 1 cSfe that it in not as other Democracy that it is the sunny side of the tt Pemocratfo peach the asparagut1 bedof the Democratic garden the Democrttictr j WetHJoreisa Mis j VI V rlIonriDemocrntaoncePhlt ocrat1 J n rnnn of iuir tILfd c i stir the envy of a Britislj lord Ii irrvr1 Jt Cob Wetmpre sold hit business to j VA 1f 7 5i 4t Ectnpu8 snd proboeded to ohs 8s 3 1 r ocopug Bels a pllarofBrJanti Dem0ecyanit doubtless he thinks ftP l t rv tre6rg nizerB a very wicked lot 4 y tY Missouri it the greatest of tho J I i i L 1 relJableDemocrlt lc Statex Its PenntfiI Republican majority 4 wliatevertioil machine thinks ne 0 iaHmty There IP every evidence tf that the Missouri Democratic ma c z chine tho element of chance nut attaclungtolllssourlselectlonlrf 59 State That tf lUbe way theYget their campaign nolLeorporations found that it was 1t easier to bribe political macliines I llectionsy1 i said he was a Repu b i 1 Hcan Ins Republican district and j i r J Democrat in a Democratic die t f S1Ilct Mr Gould was the inca r ti t t4 i systemMiwouri J 0 ble xcell nt Christian citizens whociey the law end fear God c 41 They lire d Democrat and they see j cftPr nriarlnwhat John James Intr- c galls called frying fatolltofcort f porations if tho money Ito swell l Ji Deisoeratlo funds In o f Pennsylvania hero are thousarn Is 1i1 l at cltjzens wIin condone tJ1ack If the graft is eoutri h iir ilIt tblheJL Republican campaign 1 fund 1Stfr f thing is C9ing 3 e 2 j c 9r A w lr ttt7fiii OIl t C O o r t 2 Jt rt t o l 1 t Yo Jt j fJ X j 0 g P Jl S T 1 oi f1 tqM It IOli all over this country That is what Guy Becklmm meant when he was talking about grafters and ling and that in what filled the upign coffers of GovBcckhams party in 1899 and 1000 There was a time when corporations sought out the grafters but now is the time wIn the grufters seek tin corporations When the celebrated Duke of Lerma ruled Spain the whole political system of that country was a system of graft Le Sage describes it in Gil Bias Bri bery was universal and it was the canker that wellnigh destroyed great nation and a superb people If not checked it will do as much for UP England not only checked it but eradicated it else England tad decayed asjjpain did Not only is there no bribery in the BnglUh Legislature but there is no bribery in English elections I Balfour or Chamberlain attempted the methods of Walpolo ho would destroy his future anti tho future nf his party If the English COOl mona were hauled up before the grand jury as tho 8ollriLegisl- uture is there would bo a revolt ton But the Missouri Democra cy entrenched behind the Nesbit law will only ask What ore you ing to do about it And that wac what the Goebcl ection law was made for Noth g else in tho world Wherever there is II centralized ring junto a cabal organized to dominate in public affaire it is not for patriotic cuds though that is what they al ways say it is There is 11ubody haIr so patriotic as your grafter nobody that will stand half so long forIo as he Thirty ears ago Republican politicians stealinginand make Southern treason odiousT There was nothing so profitable all loyalty That cock wont tight any more The way to stealnoa days is to cloak it under a vocif crous and profane denunciation t dnrkeyhourday night prays loudest at pray t ghaters were mighty were voicoful were vindictive trustbusters on the stump b glowhonest and however innocent he ho may be it puts an end to the Stone boom for tho Democratic nomination for President in 1904 though Mr Bryan is for Stone eciple would remark that Stone was the leader of his party in Mis ouri that it went at his order ant ame at his beck that it resoluted in convention and orated on tho ttump as he prescribed and here it is before the grand jury and liable to get into the penitentiary You cant nominate the leader of such a layout as that even though the matchless and the peerless be tar him And so if the Democratic party in going to it again let it take Mr Bryan himself Tliere a inmo Pullman rare left in tho mi and Mr Bryan is stilla orator- Long ago the English peo purified English politics Wh the English have done the American people can do 1 dont know any better place to begin than the State of Kentucky In 1899 the people of that Coratrortwealthelect ed John Marshall Li 6i nont Go ernor The Democratic inaclUe tjst If jticctand gave it to J C Ickham This year the Dem ucratic machine is going to control pMrNow if tho Republicans have gumption enough to nominate John Marshall for Governor it mil af f Is jticel a change to right a great flagrant and infamous wrong The blood ot Christ will wash all our tins away but those of us who mukb restitution in this life will havo fower damned spots to out- Let the people of old Kentucky make a profession of the Gospel o f Restitution this year It will be a good training for our fight against the Republican party next year SAVOYARD South Knowsthe Negro Port Hudson La Letter to theN nw York Sunl A few days ago when a steamer just in from New York tied up at h lercame down the gang plank a par ticularly handsome and stylishly dtessed girl about eighteen or years old There was a group of friends waiting for her on the dock her mother and broth ers anti sisters apparently and among them was a typical old ne gro mammy mightily gt up for the occasion and her ebony face beaming with happiness at tfie sjght of the laughing girl who waved merry greetings over the heads of those slowly filing down to the landing in front of her Although tho girls mother was there and brothers and sisters it was straight to the old mammy that she flew the moment she was disentangled from the crowd anLlI tho old mammy it was who got the first hug and the first kiss of all that wore distributed generous ly among tho waiting group There said a man who was standing near is a phase of the negro question for you That old mammy in her humble way is ustas much a part of that familyc just at firmly rooted in the affec ions of all of them ao though she were really of their kith and kin The race vof negro mammies is dying out maybe thero are fewer and fewer of them as time works changes in tho South But the at titude of that handsome white girl toward the old negroes whom first of all she greeted is fairly typical cf thattitude1f the Southern whites toward the Suthern negroes an attitude thtnt runs through U16 of patient tolerance for their weaknesses to downright warm affection Hero inTJie neighborhood of Port p 3L 1 T jr 1 4 p if I ytI J k rtT i =4 Jtooc1intancephIIf till Southern whites in re Itt fillll to the Southern blacks It is ten miles to the nearest railroad Srattereil over the plantations with the hornet of the planters over n mile distant the one from tho oth er are probably betweon 300 and 400 negroes sleek fat lazy and lappy with that genuine basic lappincss which has not n care or II thought for the morrow The one group of people in tho courtry who are not bothered about tho net gro question are the negroes Ky this is meant the genuine negroes not the negroes with u large ad mixture of tho white blood those unhuppyictims of the crime of miscegenation doomed to chate through their handicapped lives with maybe a white mans intelli spimIcollateral brunch of the negro qes tion But these Port Hudson negroes are not of that type They are the genuine plantation darkies the real white mans burden He bears Ins burdvn patiently and thngood humored philosophy that is the marvel of the Northern men who come hero and stay long e qMrers here He and his family be fore him lived here for generations Is before the war Ills acres extend all about the breastworks still stnndiDgbehinc1which ho fought against the army of Gen Hank when Port Hudson the last strong hold on the Mississippi wits cap turcd The negroes on his planta tion are the descendants of negroes who were with his family for years Ho knows every one of them and what particular weakness each of them has the most trouble to over come He has employed them on every basis of pay that is known If he pays them by the day he sixtyfhours of what the negro calls la orlabor that a Northern man here 3aid yesterday he would re ard expensive at twentyfive cents day Ifa force of twentyfive good men is necessary to do cer tain work on a plantation that means that from fifty to sixty ne roes must be employed The He ro has a habit of taking holidays j ILustHe works today und tomorrow he goes fishing If the work is to be done there must bo relays to tel e the places of the holiday makers All this is accepted as a matter plnnterlcourse that he f tIromthe year round just in proportion to the negro population on and round bis plantation If ho wish cs to have a garden ho must plant enough vegetables for halt a hun dred negroes to steal in addition to what hu own family uses provided indeed he is lucky enough to have tltealingislter of course Sometimes ho swears particularlytally he only laughs Niggers will steal you know hv explains to the stranger Lord bles iljey ant beip it Ttij torn in tLera All the abundance of vegntbien altd prv that at tIjLightitthe Northern farmer the Southern planter may hive and does fre quenlly have but it is at the ex ense of lavishly supplying u latqe arky settlement vith the same All this is regarded as the accepted thing just as it is that the moment tho corn ears are formed the ne groes are in the field carrying itt rI by the bushel They even dilpthe planters sugarcane stalks tJu are laid in the ground to sprout into cane brakes about this time of year for the negro isns fond of sugarcane as ho is of watermelon IrideodR closely calculating farmer would figure in the amount of cone that a large force of negroes will chew up in the canecutting season prnQtaqdIou righispmaritation bares to the negroes He says thnj on tho overage this way they do better Yet if anybody comes to lOLLdayleave their own farms and ore Dif like a covey of partridges until they have amassed two dollars or so and then they lead a life of ele gnnt leisure with craps as an ac companiment until their capital is squandered About each of their comfortable shanties there is all acre or more of rich ground that with this climate would open up visions of dazzling wealth to a German truck farmer in the North Ho would support a large family tenIt Not he Whats the use if the planter is going to haven big gar den patch to go and help himself in and have the fun of stealing into- the bargain The Northern farmer who strays down hero blazes with wrath at the bare recital of what the Southern o pfwould not stand it not hb He wouldnt endure tho negro pilfering and loafing and irresponsible child ishnen Ho says he wouldntjind be means it pa has been shown in every community where Northern men have settled iany considerable numbers in the South Theyt have there settled the negro quas tion by driving the negro outwthe neighborhood There in Port Hudson Just now a young civil engineer who is one of a party h which is surveying line of rail t road up from Now Orleans How do you make out with ne- groes as workmen he was asked In the first place damn em I wouldnt have pne around me if I could help it be replied But asa o their valuo as workers I should say that on an average it will toke about six negroes to do ono white L z lr 4 mans work They are n pest and a nuisnncc and if 1 had to live here I would clean them out The man quoted is a Republican in politics and his home is InNor th raIemAnother Northern man George P Dean lived Jioro for more than two years as Superintendent of the National ceiueterj lIe was lori in Western New Yorkvservtd in 1hpCivilNebraska Hr jan ardent Re pu foAllNorthern people come down here and see for themselves ho said How these Southern planters find the patience and good nature they show constantly to the negroes is beyond me to understand up North wbo theorize about thi negroes do not know what they are talking about The Southern people are this only people who un dersland tho negroes They arc ti Isho only people who cnn manage them and bo patient and kind to them If any Northern man doubts th isa let hun come down here and Stay ono week and I will venture to su lyw liu will be convinced and go back home ready to let the Southern people alone to solve tho negi no uestion without Northern theories nd meddling We Southern people like the negro because we know him sufi Mr J W Castles ono of the lead ing bankers of New Orleans We know his failings and we know his virtues as well He is docile af proper1tandled d our children in his care when we Vent off to the war and I never heard of an instance of his being unfaithful to the trust He is emo tional and easily influenced and it is only when misled by unprincipled men or by men who way mean well but do not know his character it is only then that in the aggregate ho turns out bad- CORRESPONDENCE Odessa SB Hawkins sold to W T An derson Friday six nice hogs aver aging 120 lbs at GJc per lb Prof Tapp closed his second ternuof singingschool here Tuioday night with satisfaction to all Dr A W Jones and wife and 11 L Jones visited R R Swctnam and wile at Olympia Saturdaythe latter being very poorly C A Mussolman of the Bil College nndH B Anderson oft he Uof Lexington came up Fri ny to spend a few days vacation h ere Fairview Beautiful weather for farming now L R Calvort and wife visited ath Jesse Culverts Sunday Noah Woodrrd is very low is it sane and has the fever 11 U WhittnnboujZhtalI eight pigs of George Kirk for 3t J W Whitton sold ahoy hone to Jim Shrout of Sharpsburg for 125 Thursdayfjoin him fiia few dttyl UtlPowellEddie Maddox of near 1dMaddoxd iaySpringfield j wit1tJohn nnd Barnes Spratt were in It Sterling ThursdaytWailer and Charley Boyd were in Mt Sterling Saturday Will Turner bought a herbs of Dick Waters Saturday for sixty fivo dollars Mrs Katie Boyd and Miss Lida Smothers visited in Mt Sterling TbnrsduyIlnd Friday tMrs Will Turner returned Tues day from Millereburg where she had been visiting her mother Mrs L A Sroathee Earl and John Smathers visited I rsN A Dimitt Saturday and SundayfMiss Goshia Boyd of Mt Sterl ingcame Monday to spend two weeks with Miss Lida Smothers Mr King and wife of Junction City and Mrs Mtwris of Mt Ster liog were the guests or Mrs Ani e Gossott thepasuwcek Upper Prickly Ash Rev C W left ilon d bayJackson Markland was out on Slate on business Monday Mrs Oscar Chandler of OwingI ville visited Mrs Riley Chandler Sunday and Monday George Boyd and wijf of White Oak1were guests of P yGoodI utater and wife Sunday y r E S Hamilton and wife ofl Roes Run were guests of R L J Stono and wife SundaytC B Steele F F Tackett andi C S Hamilton went fishing on Licking ono day last week J H A and wife R LStone nd wife visited Thomas Ryan and V wife at Reynoldsville one day last eek Miss Annie Crump returned toh Irarv f Thomas Reid L D Brother and wlCeT SL hroutll d family of Owingsville Albert jlson and family oC cca Bethel visited Mrs Nancy Shiro Lit nd family Sundayfi7 c SUB5CE711 b r 7J1 Knob Lick Frost here Monday morning Scraping has begun at th mines The weather folnyOwing to cool weather grass is short 1Some just finished sowing oats last week thehighlyu their store lanJhparThere is thought to be some CUBeB of whoopingcough in this com munity painCuIr throughethlt JoOtiisrel huiijer When ho ho starts out means to get them unless tlicCago into nn abandoned oil well tokes lila and thndtree in the ground he is around ith several sticks of dynamite Crooks upsw Dr Wells moved to the house va cated by Squire Clark OwlngsvilleSuturday Price Jackson moved here ast week from the ore mines 1oJamesli CngSeveral from here attended churchn Peeled Oak Sunday Mrs G R Armstrong was in Mt Sterling Tuesday of last weeksi Josh Ewing shipped ncarload of cattle to Cincinnati Saturday S V Johnson and wife visited his mother at Stepstone Sunday Mrs Lizzie S warts of near Olympin visited relatives hero It week Tom Satterfipld and wife of Mid lund visited relatives Saturday id Sunday Hendrix 1b Co shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati Tuesday f last week Last week there was a great deal gurdenmakingdono The oil company did not strike MEwIetheir drill to Wolfe countymosist week U rSlate Valley I IayIanc v Hens worth 10 a SiutterDoc Rudder bought Mrs W A Williams saddle mare for 100 George Garner and wife visited nt Wm Moores Sunday evening M Lucy Ulery visited MiJ Tuy at Cruigs Sunday even K V i Toy is the only man in this Ii jorhood that has planted any V Atchison of Salt Ltcki ir IlIcclJrSm i Itz Saturday night arltij uniay- m Toy hap ordertdsajrist tly4ippedays Frank Allen sold and delivered ifty barrels of white corn to Hunk Goodpaster at the Forge Millat f250 a barrel Tho land is in a terrible condK tjr to plant unless wo have a ain to melt the clods It will be useless to try to plant the harrow doe no good Eldir Dawson filled his appoint mont here Sunday but on account of a thunder shower coming up about 9 oclock it lessened tie crowd somewhat Crates t MingHenry Warren of Preston came down Sunday to visit bis parents It is still cold and not much allarmingtight yet jiitaes Downs swapped a b ayr mare for a good mule and paid thi difference Mrs B F Wells andJdrs Buck Collins went up to visit Thomas r Eneor and wire Sunday r James Craig sold a mulo and bujjgyTTf James Lowry for 70 ought nd a roan mare ton 60 Our boys that went to West Vir ginia to work on the C 0 rail toadare sticking close to their work Charley Vinson had tha misfo L t Ouikowhile working at 6r a Smilleplaced it and it Is doing ni I Iow vt Fred Slessers sawmill will move o Mrs Jennie Myers place MaySl 4th and commence cutting some nice timber F F Warren with a tl lot of men wilt commence cutting fw logs Tuesday 1 c Your scribe was at tho Owings vjlle convention Saturday It was a cutanddried ono for Wood but it hsthopeeaaber there is no g ofromThere is no corn planted yetal here but Dr B F Wells has five acres planted The Doctor is a hustler hewill soon bo ready to shoclshliomedown with lig cabs fit z4Ys oorti Midland City Floyd Cockram was in Owing ville Sunday hardest rain ot the scan fSundayGeorge F Green finished his dwelling and moved in Friday Quite a lot of farm work was done the past week and several got ir gardens planted rB Dell Lagrew of near Rug d visited relatives here the week Mary Crawford ef near Rod burne visited her sister Mrs Tn alfMyers i last Monday and Tuesday Mrs Sam Butler visited her pr ents Garrett Hawkins and wife nt Odesfln the past weekCThere will be preaching at the LthSissitytie Mrs Mattie Razor one ii I1Yl is weekaJohn Daweon and Mrs Anna Green of Wyoming visited the lat ters grandmother Mrs Sallio Thompson Saturday Dave Hendrix of Sherburne aeclmpaniedbyhi treatment at the Hospital at Salt Lick John Myers and wits Will Cook and wife Ed Myers andwife T A Denton and wife Bud several others fr Ifommeeting at the Methodist hurch last Sunday and listened to a very able address by Rev Ramey Stepstone Airs Charles Conley is on c1 list with general debility Miss Eva Campbell who was sick1 last week is able to be out again Mrs Milton Eldridge loft Monday to visit her parents at the LeeelIontgoOlory Cost Mrs H S Rittinper and dauI h ter Lottie spent last Saturday week in Lexington with relatives Joe Thompson Jr arrived here Sunday from Indian Territory to visit friends and get ridof u guevMiss Lillian Ramsey of Jeffer sonville who had been visiting the family of JB Greenwado here returned home Saturday Mrs Ella Gill returned ho S ithaturdayh inerhester well pleased with her visit rJne Leslie Campbell has gonb into the egg business in addition to lila coal business being two nrI old4ielesjf JJ M Campbell Burl Ray Wm teel L B Wilson and AJ M terson went to Ashland Saturday to attend their meeting at that point Cod cold co ice and plontyoij it last week everything is f PAJdRHV J H Green wade and dnugh ter Miss Mary ieft last Wednesday to visit his brother at Parker Kaa and preach tiirniighthc tat t Inh WJ ffcrt Stale expects ftttS 4iilot tiiere if tho country please somo time this fall i Sharpsburg One eek of pretty weather There has been very little corn plantJd hero yet Our clever Sheriff Seth Bol was here Friday Rov W W Spates and wife Bethel wore here Saturday Dr O T Clark and bride turned from their bridal trip 51 day Hon Waller Sharp was on tne tobacco breaks in Cincinnati last week Mrs S T Howard and daughter Miss Lena spent Wednesday Sterling MrsE E Peck and ten iss Florence were in Sit Sterling Miss Sallie Fans of OwingHville visited her aunt Mrs John F1sOWednesday J M Brown who has been at home for several days will hare isest off duty until JulyIHon Roubon Gudgell County Attorney Conner Ewing and AttorI ney Reid Patterson were here V esday id on law business One of our oldest citizens 4 A McClure says this is the first time in his recollection that the 20th of April passed and no corn planted 11severatattend the convention at Paris on he 6th to nominate a candidiSfor Railroad Judge John A Daueherty of effwingavilie a meouttolaturdaycontracts for the work on the turn pikes in this district John Peters and son Joe spent veral days last week in Cincin r nati loo is thinking of joining a 1crhile 3 Duke jenotherMrs N A Dimitt returned Saturday from Cynthiana where ehe ad been for several weeks wi thc a family of James FL Dimitt hod as two children lying at the point J deatha son with consumption nd a daughter Mrs a ith a complication of diseases I I own the Frank Hedge birber dopass place Your patronage Is so a euied Next door to OUTLOOK of in e C W 110NAKKR no IS 1ii t 1t ttr ec + c i i J ff6 ltL irA NEW BROOM SWEEPS C E o IDe new Dry Goods Notions etc that IilIhave added to my large stock of CloThing Shoes hats etc is sweeping in the business Jjbecause they are good new and cheap No rone can seH you goods at less profit than I 4- can Dont buy until you give my goods a1rlook and get prices Everything as repre 7Respyiyou want afast horsethen breed to affotter thatsires speed fif 1rrBy the Rocords Kentuckys Greatest Sire of Extreme SpedSIRE OF tinnor2O3 Claybourno 3lfr c C Clingti3horal FT C tf it Lt01a2I07 Leo 212Si IN 23OlilST i i The grpndsire or Ruby lItlck2087Snverlrlnee2OSJ Einmal209 eteire of tit I clams orDrlIonfeall U7JiJyAllright2IO Ja Rhe1U1BM ti lSpPRANOrdllmof C F Clay with 10 In the 1st ties Beauti1U1 Belt a 4 Worlds Champion Brood uOdterUlIddrC85d F Barbee MIIA Mitrot r iBothol r B idetheletal week Sherman Goodpaster of Owings tille was here and was the p rekzisantMrs John Hawkins is still eon fined to her beLL Mrs W B Scott and Mrs Dr Letton are on the sit ka et Mrav Ruth Dotlswbrth left for j home in eincinnotillet week ifter a short visit to her sister Mrs JV B Scott JUnctionhe1 Mt Sterling and Mrs Anna Gossctt of Mt Sterling wore vis with Rev WW Spates and wife lost week f D S Trumbo mot with many trials the other day be cut a gash in the top of his haldhead his horse tramped on his foot and am igashedbuck had to plaster it but not withstanding all his troubles he left Monday for a weeks fishing heut dreadful disease scarlet reo er has again made Its appearance in our village Mr Ed Gregory has it about one year ago his fam ily hud it they buried two little hihdrena little boy three years noold rind a little girl They have the heartfelt sympathy of the en tire community Mud Lick Thomson of Salt Lick wasiJJBLf day last week tvd Wills is suffering withafeiT on his index fingersiitttej be a henpecked husbands thin to be no husband at all ui1mdwedding round Wonder who jt i oy rrom here cont to alrl nllliV tu work XUT the iit Li imo co plllntld Inst wei t Nearly nil tho farmers here are us ing fertilizeraA cortain profepsorreys tin earth o jumped its orbit 1 guess it wjjust his head The riorit frost havo kihcd Ed CaiTlfigtun s potatoes n e a bout a few weeks jjj xi Miss Ethel Boberson return- wo eda home Suturduv terspending t weeks with her sister Mrs W 0 Taul Co 9Ilucky Japan Without a doulit Manchuria ofWill drive Russia out For some cause Bro Blovrns fail Openohis place with good advice to the people Two of our best citizens Tommy Karrick nnd John Highly start edo from hero May 1st to locate in MaV- U coiipin CoIlI Their many friend were sorry to see them go our loss will boJllmois1 gain Hello there you obacco growers in the settlement It you wont any flowers in your tobacco patches on or address Labo Staten tolympiabacco bed or he thought be had with nothing hat poppies in it aSalts Miss Emma Maupin has pneumonia Little Miss Bettia Bobbins isreIc ofoveringfever mHenryand otherwise improved his resi dence J Mrs W J Shouse has returned roan a lengthy visit to relatives at Miss Pearl Landrtim entertainB number of frienda at 00 Friday nightwMrs Vella Cannon of Olympia Monday with her sister Mrs Giles Clayton MrsBobt Tune nee Ethel War berO launtBro Ramey lectured Sunday ate pm at the M E Church sub J et Independent Order of Odd A ellowsSrMiss Carolyn Bates of Scranton ame Saturday to spend several ays with her sister Mrs Etta acksonCnoJ55somo two woeks ogobas been dangerously sick but is little better now Judging from the numerous d drunkards to be seen last Sunday moonshine still must be located rorsaloon J A oi Raglandlly laid The oil will be shipped tanks from here and used in its etude state as fuel Postmaster Win W Barnes has signed the postmastership 1Ra vor of Sherman Gullett Mr tit lett takes possession Mfcy 15lfc The office will remain in Batter plasv s heretofore Sam Griggs moved Mo t he Evtn8property onYj5 tO part bf Mrs MiilindaNitop ffcoIVWm Atchison moved rum id land City to the hoase vacated by Griggs We welcflme Jlr and Mrs Atchison back to town cOlympia r MfsrBertie Wren visited friends here Tuesdayi Mrs It 0 Irwin bas the meas les but is better Harry Johnson of Blue Banks moved here Kridnv John Penix went to JllicC Bsey Sunday on business Green Thompson and wife were i in Qwingsviile Saturday The people are plantingcorn aa fast us they can liens now Green Thompson went togllAJli land on busiuees Suttirtluy Miss Pearl Landrom waa iera Tuesday calling on friends George Swans and daughter Liz zie were at Owingsville Tuesday Mrs Sncdegar is better but Mr Robert Swetnam is nobstiur John Penix has returned horn fter a few weeks tinny in Tennes eeMrs W B Swarts and Mrs Costigan were at Salt Lick Tburt cy 1i Harry Johnson went to French bargSuadyiU veu Us two siuull A ann X George Swans end snn U H were here visiting frienUa las week Our town Ties SalrationArmy rid will hare a meeting be Coine out every ono k Roy JacksqoSjtVrompanied by Clyde Daniel cafl liim tfnta t a i unciy Leru he tins is terser bad a torso to run way jh hn in a canlupset th vehicle tw birr out and bruised him coDiidira5iY Furs arc no poul ard Uncle J K Jaekson and Doily vAr icii bare hut fox and coon hunting anal J havo gone to farming Public Notice 41 Bath County Fiscal Court Special Tera Dee 29th 19Q2 It is ordered by the FigoalCourt f Bath county that tbo JVdgo of thisurt and Bath CouiUjr give noticfethat all persoa Neding stock o n 7 of the turnphIde roads tat in ccunty which a owned by offenceyrosecuted gsuoh offences directs And the commissioners of the roaii diBtrlctB aro ta report all offences or tblsr k ind in their sespliv dictnicts to t the County Attorney who shall procure warrants for aoti offender 11- nd prosecute auch offenders a 8 the directs It is further ordered that nil lantf holders owning or in nay waygor erning land Tying anci adjacent tA any of the turnpiP roads owned by Bah county roust uihu 12 onths from the 1st unjr na 1803 remove or cause to be removed all fencin j wherein same is an encrpachrcenV Vpoa the right of way of said lunrnlo roads ex cept where the sam has been erect ed by consent t I vvmingnijthor previous to the cwnership by ath county A 4 aTpersonsfail or refusing to obey this order ithin the time herein specified shall by the turnjk commisiion ers of each turnpike district of Bath county be reported to tho A t torney for Bath cot t ty wko shall fl such information proceed as the w directs to havi such olistruc Qn5 removed antI the parties pros ted fpjr fuiIe NO 4 nAU3FI1RTT J I F C copy attest T Peters Clerk ByTJ Peters C- Jno A Daugfterty Presidings tourtorder of eaid Court licrebv give PUBLIC NOTICE u iJ persons Ir1 Jf 3oth county who ban or who mayJ violate eltherjat the abova said or ore that they from ihia date de sist from these offenses arid comply with this requiromonts aboi a stated his Jan lat 1903 NOADAUGUERTYJBc