You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Owingsville outlook: n. Thursday, June 4, 1903. Owingsville outlook. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young, Owingsville, KY 1903 owi1903060401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: n. Thursday, June 4, 1903. Owingsville outlook. T.J. Young, Owingsville, KY 1903 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr I iS c r 4 r I r 4 fr It- C J t Ibtlluin flhLtt ntIot h i VOL XXIV FOWltjlGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 4 1903 NO47 Itz 5757Whln It Is aJborf time between show ersBQW V Fox ALLYdllOW and black sand OUTLOOK office There was a good shower 7V- esuaatjghtotut i week 4 number of showers FrldayW ternoonhelpecf saelt down the clods fCbildrRat the Wyoming Cbristia Church next Sunday t 10 30 a uiuThe saad hauled for the Court v SplaceWa MUST HAVE OOB HOHET s o please call aadsettle0 66usBER j New aid ptatachandImLt at battptiess x Heyssans In Bherburne Bath Co s RobsrtjOhUIoD the barber had siiokea frying chickens eaten by 1 so tae raraintr one night last week i Henry Duff of Stepstone lotili VX younj urktland 49 yeunMhick t ibr limberaeok oneHitgfct ro dttJ t uIOebirjiof the bl 111 of dry gods clothiBg sic 7 Hew In progress at bherburneBath Ceo 2t 4fladleat1on services at th eT x etbeIthtItlu Churob last SunA day weroHrgelyatMBaed de ths raia Ths fiat ihdwers the past week tan ads tobacco seasons which the farmers have eagerly tskjn ad vaBtag of- nehable dry goods clothtae and shosi almost gives at the bl salt at HeymaaX InSherlluruI Bath Co 2t It was no trouble for it to talc ther it COa good start The BIOOB chaaging S8th ult seems t 0to have had its affectMOB JUBS 19 and 20 I will ho1isoaptftlvs exatainatina for sats tar A 4 M College W P PKBBI Suptti D c ratioB day Saturday was privately be rv d and then was n prnfasiom of flowtrs placed on the H 7 graves in Owinctville Cemeteryn Y The talk of the countryHtlYJ f raans alanghter sale of new dry ft pnadt elnlhing and shoes t 2t Gui Lou MgrI Thats all right about po tato plants If yoa willJust looklt t lredl odtrs lot a would act Atl hers nn thf Xmas tUe l WmiK Richards Georgetown 1 had a stroke of paralysis the for f part of last weak and was unconl cloas for a while but wee bettea k St last rpettsiA BOWBB eoual spectator at th 0bi hall game SOY remarked that th Bath cottitv teams pitcher h we thrnwiqbtr1hcapLtThet is a Bew BBBS for eUt T 6 Shout Qr OT Mill an kUdief bHggissli qq lilaBd J f1 made break cart BJlW as good as yaw ea buy tylrk uer aatetd rrtwo 47d Vi make the best brtalc cart on P rtbsarket2O2Otiref L 15 to 2i pit set Buggy 3rapairlig sad palatial specialty OSCAR p unaJr LorSedaya ladys small v olid gall WBteh with fob contain 0legF reward to fiaier 9J JaiaTBAscoxS T 6 Shrout baa the beet bUllY VVpaitr in Bath Co and if you a have your buggy painted for aay T price from 8 te 8 see him If OIIledwhl yeu see jour wVwill be se chargeV 473 FuBeral Furnishings PropII i qtiipauti Bad modern services alse dealer IB IrsVelaes funettHOCall trVVII D PARIS OwiBgsvlUe Ky J L Bas Funeral Direetor aid kierIiIi RALLOn Monday June VV- Ithiltoa County Court day I will sell at pablio auction the stock t at BtOBameBte BBS tools flheOwJ RgsvilleGrBBiteBndMBrblfCeia erder to out that4ibu8inesfl Terms three months time It fatereeu R 0 CouzaI1rIegyuroldbuu1eIt 8 Shreat aid trade for a new oBe or try wait a ee BdfiBBd buggy ataeypt1efrO5tO 30 come Me them Lhan plenty of J led r them Bleely paiated repaired until they give satisfaction Ht keeps B man paiatiag ye J deyV A3L VrwaAzurrThI engagement tV1juag7 ot this city to Miss JOBB oV3gIr1 K the daughter ofC land VV bCrawfordsVl witJB the Northwestern Mutual Life i Ves4irieie Company He was for VlyB member of the barVH iiU IIprMsit if MighVS hOOt- i ti one the bea y e is I I j tI u tt 2fl x Jt QIj L c1trJo rt rfi ji J l1 2 q f1rr t tJor Nj r t r I 1j p t i r ii el rjl f4 rPERSONAL last Wc3 k J T Shrout of Looknano Clark Clark Co was In town Monday Robert Uault of Frankfort came u p Monday afternoon on a visit fiReubenattend Circuit Court at Morehead Jack Graven of Mt Sterling was here onody last week on business Mm 1 homos L Darn en returned y EuleWiley G Prater after spending ew days In town left for Prostons urg Sundayd prdaytack of Illness V Mr and Mrs Milton Kincaio of were of Mrs Llde- KlncaldlbtUsday Miss Kat Conner returned Thursday from a visit of six weeks to relatives at Bardstowu Mrs Walter Harper of Mt Ster ling came last week to visit h mother Mrs Eliza Dawsou Xrs Ida Elliott and daughter Ml ulll went Friday to attend the Blue GrassTTournnment at Mt Sterling Mills Linda Allen was called to Frankfort Tuesday by the unhies4 ther brotherrlnlaw Jerry Corbett Mini Lillian Barnes and George Dickorson of Salt Lick were visitO- rtDa Sbeehans Sunday afternoon Mrs A N Crooks has returned andtI Bev EE Holmes of Cincinnati parentMrhursdayaHisses Julia Elliott and ottlI ThU fr aomspend the vacation viTsItingbereIsterMrsOscarPtpel returned to her home at 0 lattorpart of last week Mrs S J Fearing son Henry and baby daughter Mary Belle of Te cumsoh AlacameWodne8day night visit her motb rUrsMaryConner 0Missclosing of Madis n Female Institute me Saturday tovlslt her aunt Mrs B JSherburno jMorgan1ancytrip with her daughter to Loaisvlllo On Monday she and Mrs Crunch ent to Morehead on a visit to rela rceWJim Will Atchlmnof New OrleansIAent Home days in town with rats JJTexasGtchison cKth oground HTPNOTIZCD SIIE eF TUEA ypnotist Saturday fternoan play eon tricks n1 the etreeqXsa I tan ah exhibjti a small crowd at Vthae ned i bt tre t g Iso w NhichstnrtVlf celled to embalm i bndit id the body is hot perfectly pre ntablo nndaVof burial ihere wilf e ao t inotdlate George La down to preeewg Mtno properly approved N i a thTUHOLAIUEDLKTTEBS Remaining in Owingsville postpffice June 1 1903 Miss Emma Jones2Clattde Stephens J W Moore JnoEn h son Richard Edds Mrs Lee Gib lOa Wm Faiat Joe Croucfi Esq I Mrs Fro d Clarke A B Boyd B wVAUSIthfag Persons calling for above letters please say avertivedaJ 1 BARSES P M KENTOCKT U The 6ennteentbAriual Session of the KehtuokyChtauqua will bo h twt Woodlan1Iitk Lexington June 30 to July I4cuive One of 11beill be maiUdtaanv address upon application to Charles Scott Busi ess Manager Lexington Ky tIy tPaoflucTZDChristie Church pro SundayJushrough three weeks Weekday iwill b gin at 8 oclock p tturdaYIElderof this church will preach one ser S mon Sunday evening at 80 clocke puneurgtd to givehim a rousing welIeOIll K or Pe Oornia The follow 1 IDelr of Ps went on a trip to the promt tensiiMus of the Licking V alley railroad Saturday rsturn log home Sunday night C W Honker Walter Coyle J XEm sons Judge KB Patterson T S ShrostjTUathaBfel Markland Wp COBBer Jr D ie Conner S P t blsoa Judge C W Goodpastar J Add Power They left here boutnoun aai took the L V rain at Salt iick about 230 pm At Yale they were Joined by the KIf Ps living there and the whole party wont on to the Miami Branch cue in Morgan county sixteen miles above Yale where they camp in the train and explored the cave which is a large one containing many stalagmite and stalactite wonders natural ice water a run ning stream etc The party had a fine time belngfUCSts of the Yule KofaV- j 41T d tL t 1 tU70 4 TUIIJj ti7iito r 1 GOOD Snow Fred Cooks Moving Picture exhibition fit the Court bouse Monday night wits 4ttcnds- yb a crowd that left standing room o t much s 1ipectatorspictures being of thrilling interest Some of the comic scones also were ne The show was to ba givem a gain Tuesday night RAISED BATH Coa ASSESSMENT J JJ b SeenqualizatioIhat Bath county on real estate except personaltyIper we ownto Frankfort Tuesday to apl ear before lIe Board to try t ave the origsl equalized niaeitl meat stand ToCoRREsPoNDENT8It WOUld be a great accommodation to us if alt orrespondents who can do so would send their items in so they would reach this office on Monday propre and presp press 9 night Tuesday Otherwise the printers have to work after night and they dont like it a little bit after working hard during the dm also 8TUE JONES SsLxThe receivers i sale of the stock etc at T J Jones livery stable was held Thurs day Nearly everythingjras bought by Mrs 1J Jones and Samuel Eitill JrXBuggies brought 915 to oneIMrs Jones had already five horse j a Eatiliboughhorse ul t jack for 25 another for 100U he sale amounted to between 1J and 1600 Mrs Jones is con tinuing the business at the same Hand JBuaoiEg SOLDTh following persons got buggies or carts from T S Sbro t the past ten days His low prices make them sell Josh Ewing Owingsvllle precinct ohn II II whomas158j0 ReynoldIIB CrouchII U D UrntherIIRobert CotlettU U B M Goodpaster II II Uamesillie Suelo U U J Garrett PrestoQIIhornton Snelling BetbelII eorge Bradley Wyocuingaeorge GucigcllIIIa GlginC C Holland Menifee Co wasIived It general arcrnge of 90 jih VV report Xbrtiij me error the name oMttto Miss E annie Peed was omitted to tb- isappointment a of herself and teacher for she had been an indus t trieus student throughout the entire year having received a general a average of 97 tn recitations anm100 in deportment She is school for her industry happy disposition and ama spreatlundat she is inoilMRS L D BROTHER w reIsonvi aiineighborhood t ealthy citizen and a man esteem ed hfarmerthe latter years of his life ho did callingHer be left his former home His ife who was Miss May V Poale survive him and has the deep sympathy of innumerable friends ere where she resided and taught I- obool before her marriage Only two children were born to Mr andrMrs Wilson and their death some ears ago was a blow from wblcbI never recovered Deceased was a brother of George and Mel 1decealedfamily of brothers and sisters aurI lvewDISPUTED GAUE The Morehead r baseball club again cam down on h playdosed of six Sharpftburg and three Owingsville players There was a arge crowd out to see the lame b the ninth inning with the score P pItcherand the Moroheads objecting to a substitute pitcher the game ended n Tho crowd rooted hard for the d Bath county team but the More heads bad some young fellows with them that could root a twenty aora field up quleker than a drove of g razorback bogs and turn hand springs equal to circus performers The Morehead were well organized and in fine practice They playedI accordingly each one filling his position admirably TheBath l1t ty team need only to play together a while in order to odtcloJS the Morehends The former was com- posedof Henry CraycraftJoSharp Howard Thompson Ed Crouch Jo Peters Hickey MIle Crockett Burns Tackett Bob CatIeUEmme1 Fratman nod Ray Patterson Pat terson and Crockett each played only a short time 5 CORRESPONDENCE pllJedIeSome fields of corn tire looking DO Tobaccoletting is all the rage i ere Henry C Ficklin lies been quito sick with the grip Several were in attendance at Sundayschool Sunday Tho crop of timothy in this v i ncinity will be very short S F Deal and wife of lear Judy visited relatives hero SundayS Claude Goodpaitcr of Ashvllle Ohio visited relatives hero last 7w eekPWill Kiaiick and Built Miss Mends visited friends in the Judy neighborhood Sunday 11Mrs John H Taulbeo and Mr Ollie Perry spent Thursday with Mrs Dr May at Judy For President Teddy Roosevelt for Vice President Book Washing too Whoop er up buys John W Thompson our tern ingv man was fencing for parties near Owingsville last week IIi Candia Waldock of Cin cinnati came last week to visit her parents Dr J M Waldeck an wife Mrs Ella Hamilton and daugh ter Miss Edna were guests of rela tives near Owingsvillo Saturday and Sunday Thee Roborsnn B8tout his crop of tobacco consisting of 9 acres last week This is the earliest we have heard of dauRhterMissgutsts of Dr JM Waldeck and wife Wednesday H Emmett Coons attended the commencement exercioes of Ken tuoky Wesleyan College at Win hester last week A powder trust has been formed ith 50000000 capital The kepite r A Kansas woman who lost her r yNrrs take pains to label their goods correctly Miss Rettio Gnodpnster aged bout 18 years died of pneumonia t the homo of her fattier Tine May26thth penflrybndrbasone dna a poet 1WS JitA4f m iHot re L- elieYr tiiose flto detestme piorIn keeping people in a utew KKNTDCKIAN FOND 01 Mrsic a When I was with Remenyi said w Washingtonian who many year was the for the em shoatused often to be diverted by tho amazing surprises be wee fond of ringing on who nt boo begcourse unfamiliar with his almost licredibleetrument Remenyi was very fond of America and Americans badleknowledge of istory for a man of his nativltjI nd and liked thmericanOne afternoon down in Ken thuokyRomonyihadand so we made the return trip an easy drive Along toward dark we passed a little tumbled down cabin in front of which seated on a roughhewn bench a guunt m roanadvisedly Pull up 8al Remenvi to mefwas drivingand well listen e So I the in thea froadRemenyi cocked his head siJewise as to catch the music a queer a flickeringthO gaunt man didnt appear ake I any notice whatever of our in front of his cabin but hentinenditIonU That is a instrument ed tiein his peculiar Magyar accent but and he chuckled thyAfter playing Old Zip Coon about 15 times without once stop tho man on o bend dwungwhich ho performed about iEe same gucthelightapparently of the same approximate age and his corncobsmoking wife y who emerged from the cabin and U 0atheredsawed awaybhis Little Brown Jut porforrnancb nd rested the violin his knee Remonyi climbed out oIfs the carriage and advanced toward the cabin and bitching the horses h to a roadside tree I followed him Remenyi had beon cordially roo 8 ceived by the gaunt man and was examining the violin when 1 reach ed tho cabintThis vjulin is a genuinejncob us Stoner and a good ono Rem enyi ng to tuo owner of theinstruroeat Have you had it I j RacketStonIOur spring and summer stock is now complete We purchasewhetherHere area few reminders of how cheap we sell NeaPs Carriage Paint 4Qo qt galTurkeyFruit JarRubbers Sc doz creen Doors 1 DO 65c prWireqt IcetCroam Freezer 135 aris Green 20e lb Willow Baskets 35 25 iSe Rg 3 140 125 prScrimprFansprLadies paper14qtMolaseesSlanilFelt i CASH PAID FOR EGGS EW HEFLIN Kentucky FROM THIS DAY- i All Millinery Goods will sold at net cost FOR CASH LAWNSDIIVIITIESWHITEGOODS WOOLENS Oa LATEST STYLE Nice line TRIMMED for pricesLIBERAL MRS D S ESTILL OWINCSVILLE KY loug Its been kickin round these ore parts fr nigh onto a hundred ar 1 reckon stranger was the gaunt mans reply My great granddad I know he all had ii anit played on it an 1 dont know who all done had it fore ay groat granddad Middlin good fiddle I reckon stranger A beautiful Instrument reo Bed Remeni enthusiastically he thrummed the strings tIqulrcil the gaunt man u IVflC ro 1iiJltJ JWii dj t J HtAU 0 instruun il ciujby obin if cked up Inti s cptthl st rings jnojile crashtj chord Then no started in t jiay Hungarian rhapsody filled n a Tierddazzling difficulty and beauty The gaunt man gazed at the ort stocky Hungarian with an expression of utter amazement in his eyes for a mo ment Then he leaned back on theL ncit crossed his legs and drooping Jaw and closed eyes hr- stened The wife knocked the ashesoutof ber corn ob and plump herself on the ground cross gged The young ones with their fingers in their mouths leaned against sapling beside the cabin eir bright eyes filled with won dor After a to e Hungarian rhapsody Remonyi who wasnaWAe of much that was ggingon round him when be got into the spirit of performance glided into a tender little Swis Berceuse that sounded like the murmur of a distant cascade The gaunt man still leaped back on the benthwith closed eyes Remenyi played three er ur more pieces all of them mark d by his technique 1a then he removed the violin om beneath his chin and gazed about him with a quter smile as of man yrakeninp Tile music had ceased for fully halt a minute before the gaunt mar opened his eyes Then without a word he got up from the bench andI went into the cabin In a moment o emerged from the cabin carry g in his hands an oldbellcrown hat of the vintage of the thir desbeaver on the groundS brim downward i jbt in front of e puzzled Remenyi and then he ood up cleared his throat looked squarely ai Remenyi and U yimack an as you all can see I haint ot much I haint got ary thing at amounts to anythin coptin oP high hat ye all see on th earth in front s yo That hat tSOdHenry Clay an my fokshev owned n treasured an cherished thatI at fr a good many year But and here the mans voice ecame hoarse with feeling yo allI ub kin take yo two feet and jump on that hat that once kivercd tb aid 0 Henry Clay an yalls as welcome t do it as th day is long uhWashington Post OLD HICKORY strength for he weak comfort for the strong pleasant and harmless invigoration for both Rich and mellow Old Kentucky whisky Sold by S P Atchison r 4Vi f j Ladies Handkerchiefs 2c 80 30o Owingsville be HATS Ladies Occasionally overwhelming trernendoufinIe phenomenal saidb How To TELL A UADDOO There are two stages of rabies In the uneasyHeI from one place to another and to wards the end of the first stage begins to bite at the place of inocu Ution In this stage he is harm Itis and can be easily put out of the way In the second stage he becomes violent wanders offRnd t will bite anything that interferes with him though he will never atack unless ho is attacked Always turn out for a dog that wont turnout for you andyou will avoid al thinerEx n EFtf SgOS8 OF A BACHELOR 1hoISome w nocli c marrlldThe a woman calls clothes a man calls mysteries Even if a man knew tho names of all the queer things women wear n it would not help him to under stand why they do Whatever happens to be a good point ofa womans figure it is around that spot that she dresses the rest of herself New York Press er LaWOMANSrecenjumeeting of Confederate vet his crane in Richmond story was told which if true shonsuho once at self least Grant lost his characteristic firinold lady sent her grandson to ask his where he was going The General answered gruflly Toil your grand his mother that I am going to Richcou anhellan hour and said to the federal Ioffi commander My grandma saysIatyou cant go to Richmond because tjcPetersburggard is there and yqu cant go to t ontherePURSE FOR HILLISMemphlehe Tcnn May 27 the Rev Dr Dwight Hillis of NowlooYork about making up the Booker Washington should hII beaTi visitor at his homo met with con demnation this wileveralMcKenzie roan sent him a pureeSof 30 cents with the notetoDear Mr Hlllis We are all ut want to share our substance poorS mtlfulof duty for mere opinions sake Your courage is assuming the affirm ativo on the question Shall Booker Washington have me spread his q o examplesfproducedVe your chambermaid has you bested at this i frisyours but we glory in your spunk we are not willing for your ef forts to go unrewarded Yours affectionately ADMIRING FRIENDS A FAIR WARNING Mrs Samuel Clemens was Miss Olivia Langdon Y9Clomenpher bed with what was believed Jo be nn Incurable disease but she to was length miraculously restored td health The cure was theVsation of Elvira N Yt and young Im Clemens then a newspaper report mt VV c i VV VVV jff SADDLES HARNESS 1Why buy a shoddy socalled hapdmndo or macIihi4nindeVSaddle or Harness when you cnrf et firstclass Vinrrdoleather nnd by men that only make firstclass work Our KENTUCKYSPRING SADDLE Is caulest and easiestriding anctmosUlurable saddle made I willdpart of the State lam Yours for best saddles nnd harness EUGENE MINIH N OWINGSVULE Kif 7 SAM P ATCHISON DRUCCIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO CIGARS C- BUY S L GREEN SEAL SHOES T t FOR MEN WOMEN and CHILDREN J1 llFor sale by Oscar Chandler fiJOWing V Best Goons ForLoastMDlBy iVIJ Is what you want Come and see If I havent Jgot them I have just received a new and com fplete line of VVVf SV CLOTHING SHOESVI know I am now offering the best clothing antllj shoes for less money than any merch ntin the mState Dont take my word forbut cone jand see for yourself ffc Men and boys when you need a suit of VIey than anybodyV i Mens Suits 175 tp 730 See our Mens 5 SuitskV 170MensBest qualitj unlined Serge coat and vest375VI V9V 5cGenube120Jaa1e 1 Mens regular 1 suits underwear for 70cVIVVASIEPAIDOne door aboveOscar Chandler Postoffice- 1V was sent there to interviewMiss ngdon on her recovery obtained the interview for newspaper and brought back impressions of more value to him Miss Langdons parents wore at t strongly opposed to the young wspaper man and for his pert timidity so it is solemnly said stood in the way of the progress of suit But finally he screwed up- ragoto speak to Mr Langdon d one morning timidly entered future private ce where that man was seated 4Mrticodanythioebetween your ughterandweNo objecting par wheeling sharply around so to get a full view pt his visitor W 11IlBld the young man as turned to the door for instant htIfyoukeepaehsrpk mes WHAT Us PROUMED She You l love me alway- siePavaionately my darling heAnd you will never cease love me Never my darling And you will save your neyHeEvery penny SbeAnd you will never speak harshly tjmo HeNeverheAnd you will give up nil bud habits HeEvery one of them SheAnd you vill be good 1HSheAnd papa HeYes SheAnd you will always do just what mamma want you to do HcYesCShe And just what papa wants U to dii HeYe- sISbeAnlt Just whnt I want you lieOf course She Wfll twill be yours but afraid Im making an awful st keEx t i j r 1leasl8proofs of account verifications of demand warrants summons ordiVV Jnary sheriffs sales affidavits fortVattachment notices to take depcrV CrBclUognnSUbday T appraisement boarils subpoena bench warrants capias pro finVcome to TOG OUTLOOK pfflce we hero them in stock w sP RI N C 4BlueiFruit and ornamental treesVRrepeV vines small fruitP asparagus rhuVbarb and everything for orchard lawn and garden Strawberry nnd 1 VVV general catalogue on request Both VVVVV phones 4V- H F HMIenrneyer Spii LEXINGTON KYIJ WATCH AiD JEWELRYV REPAIRJV T f Odd hut it almost sterna al thoughVsome watch adjusters cant make a watch do right just as some phyVV- sicianB cant make headway in cer Vq tain cases A change often brings about a cure in bothwatch and pa1VVVVV tirnt If your watch and watches do get Sftfserankyftimesbring it in anti it no charge If well tellYou our areVV1V Vi T1Vices tNEW MAINSPRINGBESTVTO BE HAl flOO CLEANING 100JCLEANING A MAINSPRING 176 aJewelry repaired The finest f work in repairing jewelry nnd set ting diamonds and other stones 1 BACOMSTUJIGELL 2 l JEWELER r wingsvillej Ic- YVVs 4AVVVV irta 3 O i l itf f1 11l i Iiz tS t rt l c4Tr W t b 4 k t 9lh Ji to OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers Mwf UNAVAILINGs Its kind o hard to understand the case J of Eiry Jones ii We thought that hed row up to bit a retTinr lazy bones nut his father felt quite hopeful when hi taw him out one day 6 declartnItIted stop and hit that little ban a most remendoui lick onn the double quick To see him ro Industrous done hli folks I a heap o good Itl plain he Isnt lazy but heti chop k aT wood He started In for ping pong an his enter i price was such The doctor said as how hed have to quit I or use a crutch An as fur pool an billiards I have seen 1 him I declare I AtollIn hard fur hours an holdln on S foot In the air The neighbors when they used to go a rlsltln would brag About the scientific way he hit the punch InbagiJes one thing about him that we never understoodp lies tOt a heap o muscle but he- wont chop I wood Tend think that any one with such a wonderful right arm Iab Would look on It as fun to help a oil around the farm Jle never sits down Idle from the dawn e 7 tin nl o sun Thares allus somcthtn doln but he dont 4 git riothln done An Eiry aint the only one whose tILl ents roes astray Tou see a lot o folks akeepln busy day by day 5pN certain that they could i But at last they dlsapplnt you cause ttheyIt wont chopI wood iWahingten Star It 1JaTSi KIDNAPPED MILLIONAIRES 1 441f A Tel of W l Street and the Tropics A c hByFREDERICK 17 ADAMS L ticCopjrltht nil br Ltkr frukllrhlar Conptay All itlhts 45C1IAPTETh xxni coxTixuKD The next day I became acquaint ed with the captatha man named H I Tarker and found him a mighty good fellow By leading the conversation 0Iiuy friend Hector I learned that Col John Mcintyre was the contractor and that he lived in Havana It f withiday out it turend and blew n gale qandcarried us away oft ctur course to ba the southwest Jt was late in the afternoon when we passed a steam acht which seemed to be beaded e for New Orleans She passed us to starboard Capt Parker sized her up through a glass and said I There is that yacht you were talking about Seymour That is the a4 Shark He was positive about it The first mate also said it was the Shark She was about a mile and a half away and they could not make out her name Both knew the Shark c well and were dead sure they could jnot be mistaken The gale jet us back so much that ricg we did not reach Havana until Tues day morning Col Mcintyre was not r k at the pier and I had considerable trouble finding him He lives out on ascarriage and went out to his hjiiwe 21e had just left to go Into e coun try I went after him lfwas noon I Wc bftTe I atrrl him nil ire rtt1iU3renol 4ftsld Cb mers ik rt r will i fcere soon sKid Mr 4 1Eevrnour ilJJ a cIcrStevens has gone his house for him When rj g 1 vi nc found you were in the harbor j Jack went for the colonel anti I came to pay my respects to Miss Carmod y r I nm never looking for the worst x7 it k i Mr Seymiiiur raised his hat and saluted Miss Carmody Uut to niy story co flnued Sy t tnour I found Col Mcintyre a gruff V old dog1 and he tried to stand me offr 1ov 4 tJ v VI 1t 0 IT IS NOT ON ANY ISLAND J j f lIesald itasnon ot mybllslnest- t ihltherhe hacli built a house for ce j t t i netltor Or not lsaiyit was no use fluCloo wise So I tplcl him the ivhc f story You should have seen his eyes s 1 r 1 out At first he wouldnt be tw l 4Uele a Word of it butflBally he jL S 4t V oralUCh nerraHefellow that he eL would not ptt anything past him J Then he thawed out and told xtieS tr 1Ji fCtt eexythInw J WhathI IS the house jn2 4 asked Miss Carmody with suppressed b ftc excitementtt r I 1a not oaay Island saki Sey O flout it Il the coast of3le- xt ft t4 lcosouth ofVeraCruz From Col l ke McIntfr s description lt Is a place cr yoi wcild otfi athou8 nd lanstJ L It is haunted by the ghosts of some beYtJJ opening into a y You cannot cc tbJa Ieletunleseytire close t1 the 1 t t thnre There is only one pilot ex ceptCaptWatera of the Shark who n ivs the way IE through the rocks z 1t 1 sad jihipaU Any boat drawing more i f than Ryefeetof water would be BFiaBhedfd pieces Here comes atkIJ Ievet sad CotMIntyre The new arrivals were welcomed 6n- itaejrachti hr C Mclstyrewas athick- Wtif tr broadeliourlered anitlian l iiase Wack IR tuie1ldacom hlThDfPt as dark as that of I r = his hrccaeas Wl1 4i Mllexterau1JTJIerewaiJlttle to J 14 fIr tIlisa ijiW been oldj 1 r t9f a c twt 4 wtblm to S k i lJc 1o 1ii jtI i4f11 A rfJ r Ip t t 1 c ci 1 uJ trt a 11 lo t 1r 1 t i ralU a bungalow oa the shore of the Gulf of Mexico south of Veri Cruz Hestor had prepared the plans which when slightly modified by Col cIntyre were sufficient for the p ir pose He purchased the lumber and Materials in Xew Orleans anti soiled with three carpenters for the site selected Extra workmen were se cured at Vera Cruz The three car enters were then working for Col Mcintyre in Havana plnceII can take you there but we could not take the yacht in without a pilot said Col McIntyre The surf is very icavy and it is dangerous for small oats We had a pilot from Tampico My advice is to pick him up on the down nnd then we will Imo rouble When will you start 7 Just as soon as you are ready colonel said Chalmers WE must take on coal but that will not take long I am nil ready said Col Mcln tyrc I am a very busy man and have some contracts on my hands which require my constant attention but when Mr Seymour told me about this I dropped everything I am entirely nt your service Miss Car niody said the gallant colonel yoCalIt is not necessary for me to assure you that we shall not permit you to suffer any financial loss on account of your kindness Early in the afternoon the Helen Carmody glided swiftly out of Ha tuna harbor and took a course al most due wet It was night before the ragged coast of Cuba faded in the eastern sky The day was warm but it was pleasant under the awn- Ings and the six paSsengers thor oughly enjoyed the afternoon- SMr Seymour told some of his new partIf ie evening Mrs White took her place at the piano and persuaded Miss Car mody to sing Her voice was singular CaptUllt1wln s stood in the doorway and enjoyed the musical treat Then Mrs White played some familiar airs and nil joined in the chorus It was midnight when the voyagers retired to their rooms The weather continued fine the following day which passed without incident worth recording Mr Chalmers seemed to have no difficulty in monopolizing most of Miss CnnnodyV time This did ndt escape the attention of Mr Seymour That will be the next kidnappiny case he remarked to Jack Stevens OB Chalmers and Miss Carmody promenaded past them Tuesday morning the snowcapped peaks of Mexico lifted their crests out of the ocean showing faint and purple In the distance It was late yachtaroppetlCol McIntyre Seymour and Stevens went ashore in search of the pilot and Mr Chalhiers escorted Miss Car mody and Mrs White through the streets of the quaint old Mexican town Col Mcintyre made the dis covery that the pilot had been in Vera Cruz and would not return until late at night There was nothing to do but wait It was midnight when the schooner on which the Mex ican pilot had shipped dropped into the harbor andto the delight of all he was found on board Col Mclntyre explained what he wanted and when Chalmers offered the necessary titian cial inducements the pilot consented to make the trip It was three oclock in the morning before the Helen Cannody was headed in the direc tion of Vcra Cruz An early breakfast was served Wednesday morning The pilot an nounced that they should be at their dcstination between 11 and 12 oclock that forenoon end nil were excited Miss Carmody was pale but composed The hour was fast approaching when her hopes would be crushed or hgfl ebthroLbedr hopes nothingThereness r cnptiesther eyes several times but she checked her emotions and laughed at some of Seymours characteristic re marks The yacht was running almost due Eouth and was about 15 miles offshore There was a faint haue over the water but Itwas lifting in the quickening west breeze Mr Seymour yachtLookr yacht he exclaimed pointing ahead and little to starboard of their course That ltn beaiityf Look at thc saIls Wouldnt they stop you i Capt Baldwin what is the tcchinal name for that class of ship It is not classified in my marine books Capt Baldwin was studying the strangelooking craft through his glasses He did not answer Mr Sey mours question but stepped to yihere Chalmers and Jack Stevens were standing Do you know the missing men by sight he asked I do said Chalmers Look at the men on that boat through this glass They are sig nalling to us searclllngJookThey the oddlooking craft The men un wavinghtnt11erchlers Its them said Chalmers I recognize Sidney Hammond and Mr Kent Chalmers rushed to wherMisa Car mody and Mrs White were seated abaft the rear deck house- S think I have good news Miss Carmody he said Ills face bore evidence more eloquent than words Do not get excited I think we have companIonsMiss Cnrmody turned pale for an instant and almost staggered as she started to rise She took Chalmnrs proffered arm and walked rapidly forward Th vhlHtle of the Helen Carmody sohiidcd a long shrill blast The motion ot the engines ceased and the yacht swung to port As it did so the raft came into full view nota thousand feet away Eight men in yachting suits were standing on the roof of a low cabin waving their arms and yelllngxlike Indians An answering shout went up from Seymour Stevens and Col McintyrtI Again the whistle sounded come note arid the screw churned the gulf as the signal was given to back water Theres papa exclaimed Miss Carmody Her hand tightened cot vulsively on Chalmers arm but she did not faint or go into hysterics This was not a Carmody trait There he isGod bless him she exclaimed as Mr Carmody waved his hand and shouted God Is very good o us they are all faafel1 The sun broke through the hazt and every figure on the raftshoweil riharply in the floodotiightAt tto f t di f f f I forward end of the craft a tnonkej JabberecInMr Kent were cutting away the lash Ings of the dingy The raft was mm so near the yacht that Capt Bald win gave the order to go slowly ahead so as to avoid collision The boatboom swung into puree and the gig was lowered Four sail ors leaped into the boat antI with lusty strokes were speeding to the raft There was quite a sea on ami nplrouchInga few minutes Mr Cnrmody Mr Itockwell Mr Haven and Mr Mar to an gidAs the gig neared the Helen Car mody the crew and its guests lined up along the rail and gave cheer after cheer A stalwart seaman helped them to n firm footholdon the gangway A moment Inter a hit sunburned man held in his arms his brave beautiful daughter Oh papa are you sure you are as n anythingkedas she stepped back for an instant and through joyous tears looked her fathers rugged and happy face IllughedMrin my life We are all in splendid health This seems too good to ba true But it is true pnpa it cannot be a dream even though it seems like one said Miss Helen her voice trembling with rapture Oh papa I was afraid I should never wee you again I could dance for joy But papa dear we must not be selfish You must meet these splendid men who have worked so earnestly for your rescue So you do not take all the credit for the discovery of your old papa Kh pet Not a particle of it exclaimed Helen AH I did was to hope and pray and trust that God would ba goodYou are a brave little girlsalM r Carmody To whom arc we in clcbtcd for this splendid service Ah youdnyou for this reunion with my dea daughter Not at nilnid Mr Chalmers as ho shook hands cordially with the great capitalist You may thank the lucky star whl h influences the des tinies of the Record Mr Chalmers is too modest to te liasdonI MR CHALMERS IS TOO MODESTTO TELL TIlE TRUTH the young journalist a look which made him supremely happy He has worked day and night When a looked dark he never lost hope thought of everything planned e v c and has p renedYou are very kind to say so l Tugj ai toL good for ffblc position doingtlllume introduce you Mr Carmody to the gentlemen who share with me the pleasure of having been able to un ravel this mystery Mr Carmod this is 1Ik Bernard Seymour Permit me also to introduce Mr John Stevens Mr Carmody greeted these gentlemen heartily and was introduced to Col Mcintyre Mr Rockwell Mr Haven nnd Mr Kent joined the group perilformalsary Everyone talked and laughed at once TMr Bock well so far forgot his dignity nnd the polite eon ventionalities as to hit Mr Carmody l Nibertythat gentleman Mr Haven proposed three cheers for Miss Helen Cprmocl As Urewsturdy yell was given there came JumpIngWhat I ant to know is this said Mr Rockwell as they watched the gig approach the raft What is the name of that island over therefMr Rockwell waved his hand re west The haze was lifted so that the shore as clearly visibleIWhat island do you mean r Rockwell asked Capt Baldwin occupyIngplied Mr Rockwell We tried all yetterday afternoon to run around the north and when we woke up this morning it was still to the west of us That Is n pretty large island i tiraltimore nor less than the North Amer- Ican continent That is the Mexican coast over there If you look sharp you can see the cathedral towers inwVera Cruz to the southwest Vtintmust have run past Vera Cruz in the night Mr Carmody laughed heartily So we have been on themainland nil the time have we he said Well that is pretty good But we might as well have been oh an island A rabbitcuuJd not get to Morton a Bay unless he knew how to swjm Well we had a good time if we were kidnapped Here comes Mr K nt Mr Vincent and Mr Pence Sidney icema bound to stick to The Jumping Ju piter until the last minute I sup pose they are taking the gold off Mr Carmody explained the discovery of the gold idols in the old ruinedI templeIMr Carmody formally introduced L Sylvester Vincent to Bernard Sey moat They shook hands Glad to see you on board the yacht saWsMr Seymour I did iii ntocatch the nameexaetJy- Vinee tLSyJester Vincent of Chicago Mr Vincent replied Oh yes you are the man I arrestIed in St Louis last week Seymour then explained to the nit tounded Vincent the mistake that had been made nndtall joined in th laugh which followed ITo Be CQl1l1lllled1I r lI L Tho Certain Reward of Obeying God Noah nnd lila Ark no a Testimony Asuinat Thin Generation Sermon By the Highway and Byway Preacher e JJ sJ Jl1Copjrifiln y bj J Kdson Chicago Sundays May TextThiia did Noah 11003Ithat God commanded him so dl lea sfi ITtthe patriarch Noah He obeyed Uoil This is the greatest testi mony which cnn be borne of any lSoule who read the complete storyiii Noahs lift and see plainly heIto How foolish and how fatal it would have been for him to do otherwise than all that the Lord commanded him nut if wo will try to forget for the time being the glorious ark ruling in safety on the crest of the mighty flood heal ing its living freight above the wa tery graves of those who refused to hear iods voice or heed His warn ings and stand with Noah when the command of iod first came to inn- awe will see that only implicit faith Iod could have given Noah the coutisage to act Is it not nuhsaw the sun rising tiny after tIny In his strength anti glory as grainltdcn s he heard the music of the lards as he beheld the busy rush of life all about him poople marrying nnd be cnmmcrcialilag nail occupying the I1 i1lnll1 cn ergy mid brains of mankind is it not probable that Xoah found it hard to believe nnd obey God In o- hring loiI lie could riot hope to secure the support or even indorsement of his neighbors ansi friends IVrhaps he knew that at first it would mean opposition in liioivn household It would be n terrible ordeal to tell his wife the Lords message anti what SheISherthought to the laying aside of social activities nnd ambit ionK FO flit itethe nik for which there seemed so little possible mI might be bull Perhaps she would think him crazy cButdorse his course antI have faith in the great task which lay before him still he knew that beoml his own doorstep the ridiculethl denuncia tion the persecution of the world awaited him BeT there were other tliitlgs bcsidcJl and opposition nnd per cution which would make the obeying of God no easy tiling lie must give up personal plans antI ambitions It must not be supposed that up to the time the command came to Non It he han been standing around idly upTIleands nun brains to work for Him ic has no more love for the drone than has the employer whose suci cess depends upon the industry of the men he employs Noahtor successful men of his time lie mt tespected and looked up to in the cpraaNmitiTi2 trntlly life iJoeir coimnamTs tli wicke heir is noiT rae times in w hich Xoah J distressingly bad flr thcc yfircsprvcd by God declares that the wickedness iflrman was great in the earth and evei i limaginationheart was only evil continually But Xoah lived an upright life and his excellencies maria hurt a com manding figure in the country iiiq which he lived He was an important and influential citizen anti as such was undoubtedly full of his own plans nnd ambitions And so when the command of the Lord came to him to turn from these things and build the ark it doubtless cost him no little struggle to obey iljjii same conditions today in yield ing obedience to God but the reward is as certain ns that which came to oah We see so clearly the glory hich issued from Xoahs obedience that we forget that when Xoah per f tiardahead of him and unrealized while the skepticism nail opposition nil about him strove to drive him from his task nnd make him unhappy and rebellious under the command of the thetnleward of that obedience This is the drhehomeyes anti to the unsaved soul ns well Obeying God paves a safe roadway to final victory nnd glorious reward To t he Christian it leans to all the riches hatare In the treasure house of God it Unls to the crown of life the crom nfla of righteousness and thecrown offglory Arid to the unsaved soul it l Iceadsnti liberty in Christ Jesus The one command to the unsaved is ilepe atcand believe on Jesus Christ Obedience to this command reveals the re erhats oul that walks with Ifoah and does nil that God commands it will iiotir pass over an easy pathway but theI glory of the certain reward which rests at the other end tinges the horizon of the Rkof life nnd encou irwages arid leads the soul on It is iIto imaginary pot of gold at the end of the arching rainbow That is what the world is chasing after Man istobeying his own impulses and desires golddrawingr toaInbowthe end he Ind it disappears as theI mirage in tbS desert fades before t hen disappointed gaze of the dying traveler There is no sure reward await ing tire soul that obeys man rather than God and that follows its own inclinations It is always a case of the rainbow and tire neverfound notI f gold when Gods commands are forgctten and disobeyed But as surely as Xoah rode hi the ark on the flood which destroyed those who had derided him so surely will the soul that yields obedience to the command of God ride above the storms and floods of life to the mountain top o blessing anti to hlni will come the olive branch of foils peace arid this rainbow of Gpds eternal vpr ser 11 Lij t 2 j d will speak its reassuring message to his soulfibiliJtJ iviscopegoelteybidestiny tirforreared his ark that it might be n in the of evdciii1itiVeof his hammer is heard today Mil cmnly warning the world of another Judgment lay to come Christ used th ve ofrydays of Xoe were so shall also the co as in datIreflood they were eating ansi drinking marrying ansi giving in marriage uu til dll ar tukcame and took them all away so shall also the coming of the Son of Man be The world prides itself on 1It s breadth of tile the scope of its activity the largeness of its aims and ambitions but bless you they tire as narrow nail sordid in bVeadth at nil scope and largeness in comparison with the life which unfolds Is w coilrsmall mill insignificant in rnnipari son to the universe of which it p peartthe horizon of the life arid confine its possibilities to the few alto years which mnrk the passage fro the cradle to the grave To obey Gods will launches the soul on the li H thissnil to cnrry through the unending years of eternitycXonh lIIa not have realized that the OhllIlnee whieli he rendered to the commands of God were to reach beyond his generation in their influ ence arid effect He did not have to know It was enough to have faith in God and know that lie cloeth nil things well lint though the soul feffortmosaic of Gods eternal plan and pur pose it docs know that ns Sod plans and directs the work the glory of the completed whole will stone day shine resplemlently What inspiraUnntherc is in this marvelous truthour sun re and place in Gods perfect plan of the a geswWhen we walk with the Lord In the light of His WordawaWhileH tiAndis1IFJ tendency It fixes the vision of lifeItWhoisThe worlds wisdom tells you to aim high and you will lilt something to fasten your chariot to a star The possibilities of unman aspirations highthewhat beyond these The limit is reaclrcd and d dfcopptiintment crowds in nt denfb t soul that obntt1 ill i it tire upgrnde iiILcdto human n s iron liio Gtarence to God is the only elevator line which passes through the realm of o 1ffts the vision from the center self nnd fixes iton the beacon iiglrtwGods unfailing blessing Alexanders ambition was to con c tiareergrasp on the small part of the world which Joe was permitted to subdue His ambition aral hope ended in the dark cold grave Timour the Tar snJIngthan tine master It is too small to satisfy the ambition of a great soul 1eclaredsaid to have replied to hint The ambition of a great soul is not to be satisfied by the possession of a mor sel of cof ill added to another hut b t shesufficiently great to fill up an in fi thiirceglorious realization of that ambition IS hard to obey God wholly and implicitly The flesh warrcth against the spirit The natural ter itllency of man iarray from God But wh should it bj t mrhatfaith is strong to keep the vision of the reward of obedience clear before the heart it is not hard to obey That Is why Noah ktpt steadily at ire iraon the ark until it was completed God toltl him there was to be flood andrulinta rrntijoined the timbers together The peo pIe of the world were not slow to aine around to Xonhs shipyard and ply him with questions yliytiitl he build his boat on dry land Better go down to the sea shore Xoah where it will be easy to launch And while he busily plies the hammer and saw irayseviiiit ferep sutthat the people of Xoahs day were as capable of n as are cinet oclouh TIeartsaccepted time now is the tinyof sal ation Tell them that the Judg ment day is coming and that It may b t flheqllelltlonscountry can answer And when Non li message had gained currency and he began to collect his materials for the ark people were not slow to ply him with fluestionsfO E man willing to obey God Im plicitly in the face of an unbe lieving and wayward world can set it by the ears and gain sin audience Ho lu InarkttlanJt may be true Jworld miiy umlhr r jo y laugh It may ridicule it may nounce arid oppose Gods servants hoBnitnot as uncertainly anti lights tniot as one that beateth the air Obey ing God then gives clearness of vi intwoin their fullcit sense in tIne people of the world I dare to challenge tire soul that is living outside tin will of God to disprove this declaration Only those who obey God have clear of vision anti definiteness ofaiin ne people of Xonhs day were as tnil as bats antI as shifting ns the rul They could tel the glitter of ld they were farsighted inhuman terprises and commercial possi litles they could see pleasures that onilti gratify the lust of tho eye and e untie as far as mans foot cnnld avel anti his appetites plunge him they could dream of some new thing ery day and exercise cunning in niiity hi its creation even ns do the people of this generation hut they had no vision that could see the coming flood anti tire sure judgment God Theywere blind on the- olward side And because they were blind and would not see they reti to joke about Xoahs flood ands new boat Possibly some of the more scholarly anti learned of their number went about the country lec ring on the mistakes of Noah anti w eaving smooth sentences antI plaus ible theories and springing with cisms to strengthen tho people of the worM in their unbelief The world hasnt grown a bit old in its unbe lief towards God since Xoahs tiny nor in its methods of attacking Gods Word and Gods WII As a weather v propjiet nnd nrchitlet Xoah was n dismal failure hut obe ence to God enabled him to look a hundred years farther than the oric Wilt were laughing at him a it gave him definitcness of aim which made the building of the arc an1IIparently living with more definltenesS of purpose than was the builder of e ark and It seemed that they were- cconiilisininga more but when Gods sting came the flood swallowed up everything that man had been doing except the great ark which floated out upon the dark waters anti proved that only he wino builds into the great purpose anti plan of thai has real dcfiniteness of aim AXOTIIKIl reward of obeying God the possession of a per et confidence winch day by tiny lds into the nearer realization of the future hope Perfect confidence thnt pence abiding in the soul which rests undisturbed even though the storms of life rage without This is a condition to which the people of the world ere absolutely strangers Only those who obey God can know imut it Is to rest in Him can know the confidence with which each ct of obedience is performed can know with absolute certainty that re final results are to be ns endur tg ns iod Himself The soul that building only for himself tire- hristianC perhaps who is following his own will instead of the will of God has to face tire hours and days and weeks of anxiety anti worry nut he who obeys God has no reason to- eb troubled or anxious over the ulti mate results Yes Qtubts anti diffi culties may come along the pathway Of obedience to God but not as to the final issues but only as eon cerns some of the minor details which are to be worked out in at taining the supreme end I move o doubt that many a difficulty came o Noah in tire building of the nrk n carrying out ninny of the details f that structure he was building for otI it is more than likely that he fwd hit days nl jloubi v srf trouble But aTlxJhrongh those long years of building there was no shadow of doubt as to the certainty of the corn pletion of the ark or as to the neces for its use And so it is always ith those who obey God Their con fidence is in One Who never fails anti the act of obedience lurks their des ury withvthe eternal purposes of od- IS declared of Noah that ho did IT that God commanded him That little word ALT is a mighty word in its influence on final results Xoah did ALL that God commanded and so there was room in the ark for all that God was to preserve alive therein lie did ALL nnd there fore there were no leaks to sink the craft alter it started on its voyage He did ALL anti it was a stanch and theiand ride safely on the waters until they subsided This is an important word to look at in considering this matter of obedience to God nut right here ia where so ninny Chris tians fail This little word ALL trips up their unwary feet and the 1craft they build for God is defective eakyanal unsafe But it is well to remember that you are the one who rust ride in the ark you are build ag for God Noah observed the ALL of Gods commandment arid hence he reaped a sure reward of his faithful ness But it is so hardto render full nti complete otedienca and not fol low the personal desires of pride and- mbition Saul found it so He did ot observe tha ALL of Gods com rnntl when be went out and warred a the Annalekit s lie saved the lest of the cattle nnd brought Agag back as a living witness to his valor and prowess But the ALL of Gods command required that not even the fat cattle and Agag the great king should be saved And the failure of Saul to heed this little word ALL cost him the kingdom and sent him- eatllong to a dismal end No small at detail escapes the watchful eye God The ALL must l e done be ore lie can bear testimony to the oul Well done gooti awl faithful- ervantz enter thou into tlw joy of thy Lord God said of Noah Ac- ording to nil that God commanded im so did he That brief sentence is n complete epitome to the life of Xonh One knows that that hundred years contract for the Lord was dis charged faithfully in every detail Will God be able to bear like testimony for you and me If so that which you are building for God will oat as surely as did the ark of Noah a nd will bear the precious freight with which it is loaded safely to fire desired haven Peter said We ought to obey God rather than men Let us add To obey God means final and eternal success To obey man rings untold miser and at lost de eat and death and oblivion MnkinK a Regular Study of It Jiggs Well old man have you be gun to look for an opening In the World GiggsrOh yes several Im taUyi geology Harvard Lampoon 7 i i vvi J j Ladles Can Wear Shoe FootEaset aching feet At eli Druggists 25c Ac FREEdressPeople who live only to mnme themselves work harder at the task than mot people do earning their daily llreadJl More Slaps the Cough nromoQuinine roubuild JW1jwii Metallic by Vf VV 1u The FourTrack u edition of 50000 copies hat steadily nIcreating subscription list while its of ia one of the best enjoyed by magazine In the United States Canada it is handled b companies the International ielv5VCo distributes it throughout Europe For cjgn offices for of mbcrip arc maintained at London ampton Utemcn Paris Iltvte AntwerpVLiverpool Hamburg and Genoa and fliesVVVare kept at the office of United States consul arid consular agent in the world Through the and tourist agents it ia also on at of places 210cnties in fortyfive for eign countritsFrom lrnnters InkV The Ills of Women Act upon tKe H Nerves like Firebranda T The relation of womans nerves and generative organs is very nervousdespondencywomen arise from some derangement of the organism which makes her a woman Herein we prove conclusively that Lydia E PinliliamsVegetable Compound relieve alLthis trouble Details of a Severe Case Cured in Eau Claire Vis it DEAR MM PISKIIAM I have been ailing from female trouble for ncrvousprostration aches I read one of your books and finding many testimonials of the bene experienceci using a few bottles I feel like a new woman aches and pains all I am recommending your medicine to many of my fricnils anti I assure ji hasdonepound MRSMINSIE TIETZ 020 First Ave Eon Claire Wls May 23 1001VNothing will relievo Jis distressing condition so surely as Lydia E Tinkhams Vegetable Compound itV c11eatofemalefemale complaints that bearing down feeling fmclc ache displacement of the womb inflammation of tho ovaries ant is invaluable during the change of life all of which limy help to cause nervous prostration Read what Mrs Day says I DEAR Mni PJSKHAM I will write you a few lines to lit yomknoTT of the benefit I haVe received from taking your remedies i sufferedforal16ntime with nervous prostration backache sick headache painful menstru ation pain in the stomach after eating and constipation 1 often Iwould lose mvimind I began to take V PlnkiianisXegetabloCompound was soon feeling like a new highly It does all that it is recommended to do and tnore I hope that every one who suffers as 1 did will giVeLydlaE Pinkhams remedies a trIalMns MAWS Dir Eleanora Pa March 25 1901 j Free Medical Advice to Women Mrs Pinkham invites all women to write to her j for advice You need not be afraid to tell liar theVdoctoryourlettar fidential Mrs Pinkhams vast experience with such troubles enables her to tell you just what is best foryou and sjio will for her adviceV Ivi AnotherCase of Nervous Prostration Cured Data Mrs PCtItIIAiX Allow me to express to the benefit Lhavoderived from tddng Lydia E Pinlihams VegetaBle Compound Before I started to tate it I was on the verge of nervous prostration Could not sleep n JgJtfs andTsuffcred dreadful indigcstoannd headacheS I Iheard of Pinkhams wonderful medicine and began its use VwhichIimmediately restored my health I can heartily recommend it to all sufferingwomeuMns UCBTIJA E Dinuoss 25K Lapldge St Sn Cal May 21 1001 4 15000 FORFEIT It wo cannot forthwith prndneo tha original letters and signatures ofabOve testimonials irhich genuinenessLiclla Lynn Maui 1 a c WITH NERVES UNSTRUNG AND HEADS THAT ACHE WISE WOMEN BRQMO SELTZER TAKETRIAL BOTTLE 1O CENTS Vt aia 3 A FarmAll Your Own In Oklahoma New Mexico California There we at present exceptional opportunities for homeseelcers in the Great Southwest and California Lowrate roundtrip hpmeseekcrs and oneway settlers tickets first and third Tuesdays each month over the Santa Pe tp Kansas Colorado New Mexico Arizona Oklahoma andq Texas r S Cheap oneway colonist tickets to California tillJune ivVery low roundtrip excursion rates in July and Atigust Write aria tell us where you think of going We will send you land literntnrqand Information about real estato bargains f3a4iAtchison Topckst Santa Fe- Railway Santa Fe Stands fort Union Cartridges ItVaio stands for uniform hooting end satis L factory results Ask yourtfealer for UMC ARROW and NITRO CLUBI Smokeless Shot Shells The Union Mefalli Cartridge Co- BRIDGEPORT II CONNA Beat Cousli 5jiiii rstes 004 Use tn ttm Sild 0rn5gtta GCtN SUMPTION News with a nents- while reception SouthV VV exprezsrompani gone from airesa I Passenger OiVfLceVChicagoV WESTERN CANADA HAS FREE HOMES FOR 7VVILLIOINJSupwards of IOOOOA Amen cans trace la Wcttera 5 rfaaddirIoglbe pattyeus UASPTVYlI A2is and L91Iaroomstil1 to wotrdeifumyuldsofwbeat aod other crslnn Tbo est truing lands oat the continent Jlagnlflceni climate plenty of water and lucli rood rebools excellent cnnrcSes splendid railway faculties HOMESTEADLANOS of160 AcreaFiEE- tlieonlrchirsebelissllOfdrenliT Send to Ibe followtnic foran Atla and Mherllter Store sawed at forcerulSette irlTln 703 reduced railway tteS crNupcrnntendsnt Imml grutlon Canada or U MWIUIAM8 C1MXCAXHoororlied CanaiSlanJJpTcrntpcni Af cnts FREE TO WOMEN I andcleansingAiitl epllc we will mall a large trial with book of Instructions nbtolulrljr free This Is IVHI not a tiny saurpiebntaiargeV5 package to convince onyons oMtivaluc Women over the VPThJ5Ifl Paxtiumetorwhstiii has done In local treatSnlentorremalelliscurIng all discharges Tvonderful torscrthroatassaltartar and whiten the teeth Send iday apostal card wllldo Votirent lurce l o Hi VrilEJjusluu 51aVV is5V it t r 1 4A f f E 11a C I J ISTATE NEWS PICKUPS aSH M o CC CI to H V LOCKED THE CHURCH DOORS j bX A Constable Searched the Armed Wor James sniper at White Oak t Greenup Ky May 8At Big White Oak a large congregation had gather ham 4 ted at tho church for public worship ty d t ls Ihe mInIster had read his text Hill dayseoraltheir persons and that ho proposed ty make a search lie lockrll the federal 2r whereupon about 20 young men ham tjllmped out of the windows and began jVn was terrorized and the meeting broken 1898 ip He rhe constable captured Jackson was beroa Lucas pleaded guilty In quarterly 1e t aS25nd arn RocIehoodd 4t t nil the offenders are punished No ono seems to know what so many armed f men were doing in the church unless The J U was a spirit of deviltry as no ono seemed to be murderously Inclined f NOT FOR HIM p met iFormer Governor Bradley Says Hes s Not a Candidate For Governor and Louisville Ky May 29Former 20 f t GOT W O Bradley Thursday night is from sued a statement denying tbe report in g i that ho will be a candidate for the ro n publican nomination for governor c L i vhisretired from politics for good He will 4t now devote his entire time to the pracacted tire of law In his statement Gov Bradley en dorecs the candidacy of Hon A E Willson of this city saying he is the cr strongest of the three candidates now jured k In the race He further states that fence dr Wilson has no hopes of being np story i 4 pointed to the United States supreme bench when Judge Harlan resigns p ita 4 iNOTNECESSARV Pharmacists Need Not Register to Sell IProprIetary MediclnesMu I Frankfort Ky May 29In the case of the Kentucky board of pharmacyb I Cassaday and others arn SI Is the court of appeals Thursday deTh tided that the selling of patent prodla I prfetary medicines bjr retail dealers ln are not pharmacists was not anJrr 1 th re JL kfereEteredL fton court refused tofine Cassaday and his others for selling a patent sub acid b no drink which possessed medicinal qua = flies and was so advertised and theca court of appeals upholds the courtaa LIME IN HIS FACEmE Man With Only One Good Eye Is tjows on i Totally Blind 1000 e Louisville Ky May 30rrldayg o morning Alex Green was paid some lime for whitewash He poured the water on the lime when there was Ta1ran e3pl0810n the hot limo flying In I every direction He had but one good eye having been blind in one for years and the lime struck in the good eye putting It out Green is subjects to apoplexy and when the lime struck In him he fell close to the bucket caus lag his face to receive a severe burn of Ing i s jf A Mountain Napoelon I oSergent JyMay 30The North ern Coal and Coke Co in which ser oral Cincinnati capitalists are stock y holders as well as Senator Camden and Iof West Virginia is buying property and around the famous Elkhorn creek coal belt In Eastern Letcher p county The Northern Co will build n coking town the largest in the south 4 nt Elkhorn John C C Mayo of Palntsvlllp the Napoleon of the mona an lJtains Is leading the corporation T jhiFavor of the City IFrankfort Ky May 3OThe court I of appeals reversed the Kenton clr c cult court in the case of the city of Covington vs Bradford Shinkle The Jt app lIee sued out an injunction reo I i L straining Edward Zela delinquent tax If5T collector from selling property at 4a f Madison and Seventh street for taxes The court ordered the Injunction diet asolved and finds in favor of the city F Vanderbilt Training School Smiths Grove Ky May 29The- 4 34 commencement exercises of theVan ti derbllh training school of this place wit begin next Sunday Drr H tp Early of Bowling Green will preach a I the commencement sermon in the Bap i tist church Sunday An elaborate pro ti i gram has been announced e a Dug Through the Wall j Leltchfleld Ky May 30Ben But V tram charged with housebreaking es caped from thc epunty Jail by picking j Uie bricks from the and letting himself down to the ground with a t blanket rope The sheriff and a posse arejn pursuit County Attorney to Meet Paducah Kf May 30At a special meeting of the First District County c Attorneys association here Friday aft ernoon It was decided to hold the state meeting at Dawson Springs on July 8 9 and 10 Chemical Lime Kiln Cloverport Ky May 28A combus tion company Is making plans for a chemical lime kiln to be built at Web p rsterKy near this city Tie chemical i lime to be made Is used In the man 1i faciuro of white papery as a power for blenching cotton r Convict Committed Suicide Frankfort Ky May 28 George is White of Wayne county servIngs a f ii4 twoyear sentence for manslaughter vycommitted suicide in the penitentiary Wednesday afternoon by throwing himself over a 40foot raIlingci Virgil Smith Appointed Frankfort Ky May 29Judge W b B Smith of Richmond havIng declin ed to preside in the case of Sarah R forcing against Vincent Boreing In the Laurel circuit court Gov Beckham appointed Judge Virgil Smith of Som t ersct Receiver For a Paper L Louisville Ky 11ay29Arecolveit was appointed Cobi United States Judge Evans Thiirsdayafternoon on in otlnof S n5 KnolL of JCi niesi City who has secilr 4 cd ji0SBieat onnotes for fGQQQ C Z5 ir v a fJ 4aat fts4 1 f fi tyTl5V q I b aJ4 7 t jtr ROBBED POST OFFICE Durham Held For Trial at Lex Ington I yha9Lexington Ky May 30J3S Dursta aged 28 years of Jessamine coun was tried btfore Commlssiontr of of the United States court Frti ly for breaking Into and robbing sn office nt Edcnton Madison coun not on May 22 nml was hold to the ed grand jury in ball of r00 Durthe in his trial Friday confessed introbbing tho post office at Ambro county and also the lttexj ebanon office Jessamine county In midfor which ho was never arrested gave tho name of the man who Implicated with him In the rob Godof tbe last two named places antI warrant was placed in the hands ofcor Deputy United States Marshal Truo ho will go after the man Durel also robbed tho post office atreC In 1898 for which he serv two years AUNIFORM Supreme Assembly Met In Anl1ualJ Session In LouIsvilleaft CICJoulsl11ereme assembly uniform rank K of rIm1 In annual session In Louisville Wednesday MaJ Gen J P Carnahan Adjt Gen George W Powell ot Indianapolis accompanied by about other members of tIm assembly small various states spent the day visit the parks with a view to selecting of site for the biennial national en ampment nd which will be held In Louis tank next year The site will be do near ll on at the executive session built Thursday and other business trans into Injuries Proved FatalonlNewport Ky May 30Samuel Roswa the carpenter who was horribly In by being Impaled on an Iron in a fall from the roof of a two Two house on West Eleventh street expired In great agony at Speers hos at an early hour Friday morn- Ing Bloodhoundn quWilmoreand his famous English noon thllIckram A large hemp and tobacco tree and a lot of stock is burningcu cause is supposed to be incen the wFoundKy May 28Al suit 29 a wellknown resident of Hlnwi was at daybreak found dead his yard He was restless and left bed about midnight and was seen more until found dead Heart dis is supposed to have been tho l Big Cattle Shipment has Wiinore Ky May 28A big ship of export cattle was made fromfi J Curleys distillery at Camp Nel last Wednesday Glass Ruble sold head of 1100 pounds slopfed cat to Simon Wiehl of Lexington to- oto New York for export The prlco f was 411j cents Ing l Dlekenson Brothers Acquitted Mai Vanceburg Ky May 28The Dick cnson brothers and James Klscr for killing tho Dyer brothers were ac- quItted having shown a clear case of The criminal docket It the best shape it has been for years In there not iScirig any cassof murder or of manslaughter Commencement Day Exercises Lexington Ky May 28Com mencement day exercises of Hamilton college which were held In the opera house Wednesday attracted a largo select audience There were 35 graduates and one post graduate Miss Mary Virginia Hagerman was awarded of first hoior In Found Not Guilty In Louisville Ky May 29Roy King attendant at the Lakewood asylum was found not guilty of assaulting Dr Minor an Inmate of the Institution The defense pleaded that Dr Minor was suffering from delusion of perse cution Expelled By the Shakers Bowling Green Ky May 29John Mason a member of the Shaker society of South Union who brought suit against A L Johns trustee of the so ciety said Thursday that he had re ceived a written notice of expulsion from the society Struck By a Train Augusta Ky May 29Vhilo turning from Cincinnati on the bound accommodation John F FagInI leading tobacco dealer was struck Ihadrwise badly bruised Boy Killed By Cars Plnerllle Ky May 30Whl1o Ing from the Straight creek mines Willie Smith 15 was jumping from one bank car to nother when he struck Jila head against the roof and was thrown under the cars He died later Residence Burned By Lightning Harrorlsburgi Ky May 30lJSht ning set fire to B F VanArsdalls handsome residepce The building was consumed No Insurance The large tobacco barn of Take Mugueleya was also struck and burned Fisherman Accidentally Drowned Vanceburg Ky May 29CharlesL Foxworthy whose home Carmel Ky while with a party In aof boat fishing on Klnnlklnnick creek at Beaver pond was accidentally drown ed Thursday His body was not ered Barn Destroyed By lire Plnevllle Ky May 29The barr of J J Fuson who lives on creek in this county burned with a Its contents including four mules and a large quantity of feed stuff The origin of the fire Is unknown Raising a Relief Fund Pad cah Ky May 28A fund for the relief of the Jewish survivors the recent Russian massacre started by Hebrew citizens of hisby city The congregation of Temple Is rael will meet in a few days to tfJto up the matter TwentyOne Years in Prison Vknceburg Ky May 28rhfIn the case of the state against Wm Scott for murdering CC Beard found him guilty and fixed his punishment prison at 21 years The defendant BoPbnn peared delighted wjthUhciverdJct y f r t tii- i JII oJJr J hfIo r I e II q3 2 c4 1MORMON DEFIANCE BrIgham H Roberts Hurled It at the World at the Tabernacle alt Lake Utah Juno 1 nigham Dm Roberts hurled a Mormon defiance the entire United States In the tab ernacle Sunday afternoon and In an address rcmarkablo for Its eloquence sarcasm and denunciation scored theTPresbyterian general assembly whIchPbeen in session in Los MormonIsm he said has come to lie referred with withering sarcasm to the warning uttered by ono the delegates at tho general assem last week who likened Mormon grand to an octopus anti said that It can Kan be civilized reformed nor educat of hut it must ho crushed and that last time to strike is now The Church of Jesus Christ or Lat er on Day Saints occupies a position sop lot that It can smile at the efforts Tom men to crush it or destroy it ho ed Tho aimless reasoning and Im many potent utterances of these men are ono shafts that fall harmless at the feet ofscn They can not deal with us ac to the ordinary laws of civil light ration MormonIsm can not be reach through civilization education or are is SWEPT BY FIREJnew 300000 Loss In the ISIIDistrict In Rac a B Wig Juno IFlro Sunday terestswept tho southern district of Racine doIngh1 damage The main Ilacinc Boat Manufacturing Cod 1threshIngStandard Oil Co tanks and shedsp25000 Half a dozen factories 25000cThe fire started in the boiler room the Racine Boat Manufacturing CothE before the firemen had a dustof gasoline which was stored day by for use In tho gasoline boat by the company exploded A tower of flame 300 feet high shot up the air but as It was Sunday notwas about the factories and no InjurcdbaQUARRELED OVER CRAP GAME len Negroes and a White Boy Killed and a Third Terribly Beaten men Pittshurg Pa Juno ITwo Ne groos and a white boy were killed and third Negro terribly beaten In a over a game of craps at High him West Liberty Sunday after The enraged mob of whites hallon rope about the neck of tho third and were dragging him to an to lynch him when ho was ros lard wuedBoth sides had revolvers and during v battle a hundred or more shotsI ere fired The quarrel was the reoLa of an attempt on the part of thobe boys to break the crap gamem are THE ERIE POLICE FORCE Mayor Hardwick Has Accepted Their Resignationb Eric Pa June 1Hayor Hardwick duty accepted the resignation of the citylie police force whose signatures were xed to the ultimatum sent to him Tuesday in which the 34 patrolmen stated that unless their salaries wore Increased from 60 to 75 before the Junn 15 they would leave the lion tho city At 7 oclock Monday wornw1 the force will consist of Chief Sul and ivan Capt Culhane Special Odcer shall and Clerk Luslin Indian Plague Bacillf London Juno IThe Sofia corre spondent of tho Dally News says ho lewns that the revolutionary leaders Bulgaria have obtained a quantity ice Indian plaguo bacilli and art de c termincd that unless tho powersla terforo in their behalf to Infect Con slantlnople Saionlca and BerlinhI Baron HIrsh Monument New York June IIn a conspicu ous place in Central park Is soon to be erected a monument to Philanthropy bearing a tablet showing in relief busts the Baron and Baroness De Hirsh whose honor the memorial Is tn be raised Men of all creeds will unite giving to this tribute Quarantined Mall and Merchandise Lima Peru Juno ITho merchantsU are trying to arrange man steamers to bring from Panamatmalls and merchandise through fear of contagion because of the existence of the bubonic plagut herecMany Persons Injured Santa Barbara Cal June 1Near- ly 30 persons were Injured by the falling of four coaches of the Southern Pacific southbound overland limited rassenger train down a 40 foot em binkment Into the Pacific ocean eThree Young Men Drowned ItBrlstolR I June IWhile trying a anchored about 50 from shore In Mount Hope bay evening a party of six Fall young men wore capsize and were drowned Will Resign His Seat 11Houston Tex Juno 1Congress- man H Ball representing the Eighth district has made public his Intention of resigning his seat duEl to the press of private business Tho resignation Is to take effect Nuvem ber 4 Rloa Sentenced to Death Manila June 1 Ruperto Rlo the fanatical Filipino leader in the pro vince of Tayabas who was recently capture has been convicted of murder and sentenced to death Twenyaeven of his followers also were convicted Woman Sentenced to Death Mon f cello N Y June LMms Kate Taylor was sentenced to death her execution being fixed for the week July 5 Mrs Taylor shot her hus bard and then cut up his body buined the dismembered patn irrth IIVstavo Short of Men Washington Juno 1Tho marine corpp is 1500 men short of its full arqUola The navy department will er tablish permanent recruiting headquarters at Detroit and also send out foil itinerant recruiting parties Woman Killed By Lightning Atlanta Qa June 1Afurlnlln- or thunder storm prevailed Sunday afler asnoon Miss Eula Higgins was killed lightning while standing on the rear porch A Presbyterian church near Grant park was struck by light fling and burned President Palma Signed the Act DrYllavana June 1 President Pal bos signed the act increasing the Ityof au coffee Tho resignation of Senor InCarillo second secretary of the Cu legatlcu at Washington has bees accepted 7 j R10 BE REINFORCED An nvilltfQjinpaiiy Receives Or ders to Go ftxJaekson Kywe ftfin Corpora gourtMartialed For heir Through the Lines and ingly For Sleeping on DutyTroops any of Are Badly Worn Out Jackson Ky May 2STho Jury Wednesday afternoon bprll Investigation of the assassination and City Marshal James Cockrlll hero July lureJackson Ky Way 2JThe frustra of what the troops believe was n to rescue or kill Curtis Jctt and Whlto Wednesday night Increas tension In Jackson Thursday How men were involved beside the fired on and who returned tho fire and what relation tho Incident had to the playing of a search on the jail grounds from a nearby mountain side earlier In the night questions In which actual interest felt illness of Judge Rcdwlne put a irtaso on the entire situation If condition grows worse a special Mr will probably be appointed Tho to remove the special bailiff ba J Little Is a matter of much In The grounds offered are that brother married Mrs E Marcum3 now and that the lelatlonshlp might him in the discharge of tho uties of sheriffwflailing gun squad remained on all night and momentarily ex to be called on to repel an at till Very few of the soldiers slept all Call1D J Ewen star witness In Marcum Investigation shook tho of Jackson from his feet Thurs both hurriedly anti unceremoni ouslcLexington K yMay 30Orders ti wcrolssued at midnight to send moro roops to Jackson Col Roger Wil who was called to Lexington business Friday night received a are cipher message frum MaJ Embry Al who Is In command In his ab sence stating the necessity for moro Col Williams Immediately con I erred with Gov Beckham who ap proved tho call Col Williams then railed Capt Llllard of tho Danvillo company by telephone and ordered to Immedatcly assemble his men preparatory to coming to Lexington try a train arriving nt 6 oclock Tho N company left hero for Jackson at 740 m arriving there at 11 Capt Lit said ho could bring 40 men They ere assembled and held at the Dan ule armory Friday night Col Williams later sent an order to for the company there to held In readiness for orders to ove In case further reinforcements needed The message from Maj Allen did not state what prompted the requisition for more men Col Wil liams said It Is true that the men there have een heavily taxed In the rigid patrol required and more men will re this However I will not sur- mIse as to what development or an ticipation of what development actuated Maj Allen Many people hi Lexington construe call for more troops as confirma of the rumors that a force of men proposed to rescue Ciictls Jell White was being recruited In tho Interior of Breathitt county Jackson Ky May 30Jackson was quiet Friday night and had been throughout the day Not a shot was fired and the soIcllerS anticipate no trouble The guards lire etty badly worn out on account ofWltinuf serv Corps JQL 1gland were ourtThart d oriStcounl of passing through the lines in four Instances and sleeping on duty in the second Jonca been on duty 48 hours The verdict In both cases was kept secret Jackson Ky June L Common wealths Attorney Byrd and Attorney Thomas Marcum brother of the man whom Jett and White are accused of assassinating who will assist In iha prosecution held a conference Sunday night and formally announced that the trials of the men would be held at this term of court Byrd said finally that he would not request or recom a change of venue He says that ie moral effect produced by the pres of the troops would be lost and he danger to witnesses if there ia danger would be increased Jurors will be secured from some other It is believed that the defense will try for a continuance Capt R A Burton of Shelby vlllo preached in a local church Sunday afternoon A few soldlers who could bo spared attended So far as can be observed the returning of a second Indictment against Jett charging him with James Cod rills murder has not affected his pence of mind The sentries on Sunday night were looking for the searchlight which was seen again Saturday night The soldiers hope to locate It The town was quite Su day Hospitals For Consumptives Chicago June L Chicago has now for the first time a hospital exclusive ly for consumptives Sunday Bishop Muldoon dedicated St Anns sanitarium The buildings were designed according to the most Improved methods Insurgent Band Besieged Salonica June 1Turltlsh troops are besieging an Insurgent band which occupies an fsland In Lake Amativa The besiegers have vainly tried to burn out the Insurgents with petro leum Secretary Shaw In Chicago Chicago May 30 Secretary of the Treasury Shaw arrived In Chicago day from Washington on his way t meet President Roosevelt In Iowa A 111reception and luncheon will be gives to Secretary Shaw Saturday by tho Hamilton club Worlds Visible Supply of Cotton New Orleans May 30 Secretary Hesters statement of the worlds visi ble supply of cotton shows a total vie ible of 2724820 against 3049068 year Of this the total of cotton Is 1571820 Ambassador Meyer Slightly Hurt Rome May 29 United States Ambassador Meyer was slightly hurt through an accident to his automobile The ambassador was driving a motor car from Clvltla Vecehla to Rome and was going ata pace of 20 miles an hour Opposed to Change of Name naBaltimore Md May 29By a vote 143 to 5 the convention of the Prct estant Episcopal diocese of Maryland now In session here decided that It is inexpedient to make any ilTanges In the name of this cburchtthis timeI 4 t S if f iII THE AUTOMATIC WAITERRI Illnnlrnllfe InManre of the Per fnnptor j AVorklnjr ut a linik t llmr ra Intellect I believe that there it no work In the that makes such maclitnrsi of men Joes the buincss of waiting in tome of thee quick lunch eating place said the liaines man of waiters to work like phonographs What they in the 13 of orders given them u seem registeredand reproduced without apparent mental activity or realization exactly what the order meant The morning for instance I overheard otherfdialogue and monologue in a lark restaurant Two men at the same table gave their order to the tame waiter from the New York Timei Bring me a couple of a top of iofFee aid the first manexSame thing for me waiter said the fecond adding in a jocular way but be ami the eggs are fresh replyAnd oice came from find tile Petvoanhe FIXING IT UPeon Fnflirr unit tn Ilo SoniPlhln to Ie1ore Cnn rfiiinrri nf III diito IlniiRhtprii Scorn of the Mr Siniffkinayourdaaighterhascorned- niy Two love ears the Houston t lbIhShe has- Funny girl aint she Yes she scorned me scorned me And Bid Smiftkins About Well that 1 loaned sometimeafl it imlllldiatllml SInBecauoeWeil lemme tell you Im hard up right CII ando The money please- If she hadnt scorned you you wouldnt trial youWhyerno mppo e not Icothis totothe lint ofthe month Minnesota MnnH Dlncovcry Adrian Minn June 1st Philip Doyle AicincfeafChis statement earrice confirma experienceThe Doyle is called Dodd Kidney Pills In speaking of the pill Mr Doyle says In regard to Iodds Kidney Pilh they certainly a wonderful medicine the but that have ever taken dlKidnerhelp me till I I uted altogether about ten boxes and dm say emphatically that am OlIIpleteI inlsmplolft1 can heartily here phJillinerI have advised several of to them and not one has been dUappoint theLively Occnpntlon To one unfamiliar with country nomencla ture the question asked the young man might not seem wholly unnatural And were you never in the country dur the se on of hukingbees Mr STOasked No ladyThe How do you husk s bee anywaylhiladelphra Press and CHEAP TO COLORADO The IJurlluetonn Cheap Rates for a Sat is mer Outing Take your vacation in Colorado Remarkably cheap dally tourist rates ntlertuJune 1st and from July 1st to 10th round ern trip rates are less than CHEAP TO MINNESOTA To this beautiful summer region dally low tourist ratexof approximately one tare plus f300 round trip- CnEAP TO Ciuronsii Special half rates round tripto California to July lt to 10th Low round trip rates w less than onefare from August let to 14th LWOOi Pius Street St Louis iloT The fool site down and waits for extraordinary opportunities to come his way but the wife man gra ps common chances and to make them Chicago Daily XeIIJpIThere are only two things folks can say about me which make me mad said the pholoopbcr One is the truth and theIother is a Topics jSomebecame they hab a heap o work to do an some becaue dry wints to git away an go fishin Washington Star The Klean Kool Kitchen Kind is thefe trade mark on stoves which enable you to to cook in comfort in a cool kitchen A circus can pull a sick boout of bed fter three doctors have failed Chicago Daily News Pios Cure for Consumption is an infalli ble medicine for coughs and coldsN W Samuel Ocean Grove N J Feb 17 1900 The gourmets rule Never off till tomorrow what you can eat toda1onk- ers Statesman Three trains a da Chicago to Califor nia Oregon and Washington Chicago Union Pacific NorthWeitern Line Where there is much pretension there is much deceitAddison- Opium nUll LIquor Habit Cured Book freo MWoolley M D AtlantaQa 9 Candour without courtesy is not courage Rams Horn Putnam Fadeless Dyes cost but 10 cents per package Not failure but loir allUucrilUeJlI LowelL MARKET REPORT Cincinnati May 30 CATTLECommon 3 25 0 4 10 Butcher steers 4 65 01 5 00 CALVESExtra tW 6 50 HOGS Ch packers 5 95 00 Mixed packers 575 590 SHEEP Clipped 3 90 4 00 LAMBSSpring 7 30 7 50 FLOURSprIng pat 4 00 4 30 WHEATNo 2 red 4 76 YJ CORNNo2 mixed 4- 7OATSNo2 2 mixed ttJ 35Vj RYENo2 56 57 HAYCh timothy 18 00 PORKClear family 19 45If LARDSteam 37 Vt BUTTER Ch dairy 13 Vi Choice creamery 23 APPLESFancy 3 50 3 75 POTATOESPer bbl 2 15 fj 2 25 TOBACCO Nev 4 35 gjii 50 Old 690 12 50 IChicagoFLOURwinter pat 3 50 3 60 WHEAT No 2 red 74 77 1oOATSNo2 mixed 34 3s RyENo2 48 PORKMess 17 3717 50 LARD Steam 8 72 2 8 75 New York FLOURWin sfrts 3 50 3 65 WHEAT No 2 red 84 CORN No 2 mixed 55 OATSNo 2 mixed fJl 39 Vi JanLARD Steam 9 15 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 81 CORNNo 3 mixed 53 OATSNo2 mixed 40 41 CATTLEButchers 5 40 5 75 HOGSWestern 6 65 6 70 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 77 CORNNo3 mixed tji 49 OATSNo 3 mixed 34 PORKMess 17 BO LARDSteam 975 Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red 72Yz FOATSNo cz 4 CIc i Y 7 ftl OF THE U S1 TREASURY USES PERUNA FOR SUMMER CATARRH Summer Catarrh Afflicts Men and Women ON JUDSON W LYONS Register of the United States treasury in a letter Washington D C says I flnil Pcrunit to be an remedy for the ca affections of spring summer and those who suffer from depression from heat of the summer will no remedy the equal of JtidsonV Lyons Nomnn is bettor known in financial world than Jud W Lyons formerly of Augusta On name on piece of money of recent makes his signature one the most familiar ones in United Status Interesting Letters from Thankful Women Miss Camilla Chartier 5 West Lex ngtonSt Baltimore writes Late suppers gradually mv and me a iniserabledyspeptic intensely at times took several kinds of medi which were prescribed by different physicians but still continued to suffer Hut the of one bottle of Peruon me that it would rid me of trouble so I continued taking it several weeks and I was in excellent having gained ten pounds Miss Camilla Chartier Summer Catarrh Mrs Kate Holm 1119 Wllloughby Brooklyn N Y writes When I wrote you I was troubled frequent headaches e in the head sleeplessness sink feelings faintness and numbness Sometimes I had heartburn My food would rise to my throat after every meal and my bowels were very irregular I wrote you for advice and I now take pleasure in informing you that my improvement is very great indeed I not expect to improve so quickly Not Acquainted with It The Sunday chool teacher wa on her pupils that discomfort imprelolJ wrongdoing What is it when youre naughty she atked her hand on her chest Stomach small urchin replied memories of stolen fruits coming into his mind And do you know said the teacher those little heathen mentioned nearly every organ in body and never mentioned that abstract thins a conscienceN Y Times those Delightful Americana Here a story the truth of which i t for ban English lady resident in Florence She has a balcony that overhangs a street in which are some shops a few days ago an American mother 1dOlamiefare you sure Venice yes mamma was the reply you know it says in our itinerary that we are to be in Venice on an da is April 13 sure London Mod Society All There U to It Tell me pleaded the artless maid wherein lies the ecret of the art ofcon versation V The MSe affected the attitude he was wont assume when in the act of imparting dom and said My child liten 13m listening breathlessly she answered Well my child he rejoined tharis the art of conversing sgreeablyStray Stories Concerning AVool De older er man sits said the colored de hahder it am ter pull de wool eyeslIow yo all account foh dat parIaonl asked Deacon Flatfoot Ah account foh it on de groun dt de a man gits de less wool he have answered the parson with a grin that would tsve fn a chicken out of its wits Cleveland leader Pnttlnir SHin Wine Say queriedthe man who was looking free can you put me next a sound investment Sure replied the successful speculator liuy ticket for a symphony concert Cincinnati Enquirer How wasteful of that gardener mur inured the star boarder as he bit savagely but ly at his asparagus than asked the landlady bad let these stalks grow one week longer he could have sold tram for telegraph poles B ltiraoi1e American- A TesthIe lies been mentioned as a candidate for olties very frequently Yes answered Farmer Corntoi el the only trouble is that anybody mentions him the other fellers laugh Washington Star Miss Tassay coylyArnl just think List evening he suddenly caugntime in his arms and kifted me Miw He W83 hearted fellowand to unseltishItmdadelphia Press Tbe reward of one duty U the power to fulfill another Eliot People who accomplish most make the least noise Chicago Daily Xews La with for medl this NEW MEXICO I received tho free of Doans Kidney Pills whIch I ordered for a girl nine years old that was with bed wetting and she very fast The acted directly on the bladder In her caseand topped the trouble J C LUCEHO BATTLE CUKKE 1IrcJLfy husband the sample of Kidney and has taken two more boxes and like a new man He is a on the Grand Trunk R R and the work Is bard on the kidneys Mrs GEO PLUTT W VA The free trill Kidney Pills acted so well me I Uoaff the at Point to send me three boxes with tho I have gained In weight as well as entirely rid of my kidney trouble My become very and con tamed a white sediment and I would have to get up six and seven times during the night and then the voIding would dribble cause frequent attempts but thanks to Doans Kidney they have all that and I cannot ralse them too JAB A LANDAU IMAPSMOWINO RR UN Ion W Lyons after for five longycars I am very good and strong I thank you so much for I shall rec ommend it to all with the effects of catarrh and I consider it n household blessing I shall never be without Ieruna For those phases of catarrh peculiar to summer Peruna will be found cflica ciousPeruna cures catarrh in nil phases and stages If ypudo not derive prompt and Satis from the use of Ieruna write nt once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case anti he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman Presidentof The Ilartmtm Colum- busOABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Boar Signature of See FoeSimile Below Vi mall oU eI easy to take nsso Jnr HEADACHCARTERS ITTLEFOR BIUOUSNESS IlIrL LIVERI 5 TL5COHTIPATIO rOR THE COMPLEXION 5mewgjutPureIy J spoefl CURE SICK HEADACHE TbeLchit a Glass 0r ijIitbt bright lit e7 in he- mchettian4 acquire toond pJrlUtnm HitesRootbeer I hcze or mall for is cu A package flu Emrei to LlnrsjtIHer Preference Fashionable Doctor My dear young lady you are drinking unfiltered water which swarms with animal organisms You should have it boiled that will IatientWel doctor 1 Id ooner be an aquarium than a cemetery London TitBill Three solid through trains daily Chicago to California Chicago Union Pacific NorthWestern do so love the He So do I 1 adore it One tales are always the biggest in the pringllost- on Transcript GRIPPE HURT KIDNEYS The lingering results of Grippe remain the kidneys a long time They suffer from over exertion and the heavy drugs of Grippe cines Doans Kidney Pills overcome condition AUROIU sample suffering Improved received Doans Pills flreinan GrrFOBD of Deans with wrote druggist Pleasant water offensive cloudy regulated I Judson Buffering feeling Peruna suffering Sanitarium Wrapper TORPID think Lin- eSheI springtime Aching backs are eased Hip back and loin pains overcome Swelling of the limbs and dropsy signs vanish They correct urine with brick dust BCd ment high colored pain In passing drib bUng frequency bed wetting Doana Kidney Pills remove calculi and gravel Relieve heart palpitation sleeplessness headache nervousness diz- zinessIii FREEl 1 this c upon with you- raddre1Inutt so CIHTS 5tctTOw for freo- voeicnaptrrr trial box FOtTIBMlUUR1 Co 13Jdalo T KidneylulLName Medical Advice Free Strictly Confidential i ee e a j c4s FSrIqe 1 r TORTURING jDISFIGURING Skiflj Scalp and Blood Humours From Pimples to Scrofula From Infancy to Age Speedily Cured 6y Outleura When AllIse Falls The agonizing Itching and burning of if the skin as In czema the frightful s scaling asia psoriasis the loss of hair and crusting of the scalp asia scalled head the facial disfigurements u in acne and ringworm the awful suffer lug of infants and anxiety of worn i out parents as la milk crust tetter and salt rheum all demand t remedy of r almost superhuman vlrtnen to success fully cope with them That Cutlcnra Soap Ointment andHesolrent are inch fstands proven beyond alidoubt No statement Is made regarding them that Is not Justified by the strongest evi dence The purity and sweetness the power to afford Immediate relief the certainty of speedy and permanent cure the absolute safety and grea conomy have made them the standard akin cures blood purifiers and humour rente dies of the civilized world Bathe the affected ports With hot water and Cuticuma Soap to cleanse the surface of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cuticle Dry without rubbing and apply Cntlcura Oint ment freely to allay Itching irritation and inflammation and soothe and heal sad lastly take Cutlcnra Resolvent to cool and cleanse the blood This corn plete local and constitutional treatment affords Instant relief permits rest and sleep In the severest Jonas of eczema and other itching burning and scaly humours of the skin scalp and blood and points to a speedy permanent and economical cure when all else falls Sold its o1d CetisiitEnoimUOsdt loim of Chocolau Coated He eqs rf U ountt Oc8op2Jc l i London iJChtrUrtraw qi riru 5 51 lUF xiBoitnl3r CcluakuAr fain Cbtm Corp Bolt Pnprlilon Sf3mftnt ln to Cat Even llumont WHATS WRONGAre you sick Do you feet under the weather Suffer from shooting or aching pains Consumption If so your blood and nerves are probably in need of some special vitalizing food like OzomtdsiQ CI Ozomukfon is a vitalizing and purifying blood and nerve food which prevents and scientifically certainly anti drives disease out of the human system It is not merely a food medicinpjItcombin es ing the health ofboth Cures Consumption and nil Lung Troubles I For sate everywhere in large bottles Weighing Over Two Pounds TRY IT FREE Free sijvples will besenttoeverycne who will send their complete tddresa ty letter orpjosVLcardVUn j Ozomulsion Food Co 98 Pine Street Newitorkj Colorado WantsYou Vacation outings among snow clad peaks and flashing trout streams of Colorado 4 Lowrate excursions all slimmer fr Cheap prices at resort hotel r or camp out Go there on tim Colorado Flyer i the Santa Fe superb newtrainj Kansas City to Puebld Colorado Springs and Denver litixUripnsly equipped 4with observation Pullmans library sfnolyuig car and chair cars Aqufck night ride r il 5 o Ask fqr eccopy of beautiful book A Coibraifo Snmmtr trilA ft GEOTGOXNirj OenAitC1 Atchison 5opekoS3ntaFpu4t1w1Oe WkiautSt ClncJnnttljp Sante t In gitat satiety for aia thi lownt prlc i by LxsltggopperCs3 nTins SiCidlAii i A N KE 1972 LIFE SIZE CRAYONlice Mofcltr liuloCo liU ce8UCiiielnii uU JJI J rL1 ffinjsiljL L 000X ZIXJ 11ILC CL OF ALL COAST I lKaas1111181 25OMILESOgCOASTIINL Lyln across the pathot thaOceial 4 t RESORTS LlMVIVow- leVJIIililanils I 1 A IM L9 South Winds BTerr section Is made Dy tbeta j mmetr rtnd I on onb Shot Itnlllnu Country In the Central Section and aplfndld Beaches and Bayftoa tto Ocean Shore la ctottl f touch with Few York CUp by TraM Telegraph and Telephone Send 4e In stamps for Summer Homes alliS of boarding houses and lwtl a toLONQ ISLAND 8AILCOAD dOMPANV JO Hlih Ateuue New Ytk HSHlTBOcnl PaurAtt HBrULLEITONSpMl At fi r X t ISf rLIr lIlIJ T j s aVi4 4 I iV i iwi t ijr oOIINGSVIL1E OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING QWINGSVILLE JTi tJ taPER YEAR IN ADVANCE 4 Address all communications to TOE OUTLOOK PunusiiiMQ Co or to HOlAtutnOwlngsvllteKy t Subscribers desiring a change of address should always give previous address when writing when out of sta Itlonerv should mention fact OH a Separate slip of paper b THURSDAY JUNE 4 1003 JOSEPH E ROBBINS of Mnyfield hat been appointed Special Judge to try Caleb Powers LATER reports from Topekn and Kansas City re that the loss of 1i0lTOFKKA Kansas was beset by two antagonistic bnt equally de tructive forces fire and water and almost destroyed the past wek TOE Louisville Democratic pri DIary was held and the antiYoung tnen are rejoicing thal 11851 votes were cast But that number will tsot elect t 44Associationthe sale of the crop of this year It QbKANSAS Missouri and Iowa are graving the vyaret floods in ifaiitory while until the pat brought relief many other parts of be country were suffering for TUB Washington PostofSco Do 1 art ent scandal grows worse as Ilia days pass on Some of pampered rascals ought to down a job at involuntary tervi r tude THE Louisville Post says then were not over 1000 votes cast In the late Democratic primary in hat city If true the official r eeuat wu onr eleventwelfth padding I AT the titaeiof going to press the news froBs Jackson was that Com iJBOiiweahhe Attorney Byrd would mOT a change of venue for t Rf White mnd that probably Judge Sedwine would grant it TorzxA Kansas had a big fire that destroyed millions of dollars warth pf property and 200 lives be rause the town was flooded by airifthigb waters and the fire en Ri i couldnt get to the fire to fight It oc h A WHACBKN exSuperintend ganptontarrtstcd oh the charge of bribe CIlayoutent of late yean p E BBHJAMIM ANDREWS the edu cator who was a rampant tree sll xrerlte la 1896 now admits that wai an astounding mistake ih was I great and inexcusable boYItiIIeo4 FnuKciAZ luck blew KlngATfoi oa way jait weak frsgriindfather IKlng Frnncly leaving him sjv r i d jim ilollfs In hU Wm n Joulg Spaaih ing abolltfudeCBAIBKAH ALLIE YODKO sustained the State Democratic y CoBainilUe aIbatJpaiaful attitude ef baiters without al1ynthef principle than the spoil vOl offlct o back them oppolledCil prqid ritRoolenlt for ejio lMtlon but had to a iIIpdertboulb Lotill thinks it in tAdv Wo Butsevelt vill likely biyre walkover for the nomina tiemk t the election may be an etber siatter T nrSt Louis grand jury re ports that the laws in Missouri biddutoraloJJlllme theLaetllatarelr1 lkan teDdiD leg Iatofl 1 he tir at arati Jha- t1HI1o yurify things jind Flk Hatioaally Tm trstdps at Jackson blelanexciting night last week A thun rcbllghtfdlertaikdsoBiebody trying to steal Iguardrtsits tkt fursker sbeqling through thankwI doWan daaRh r tbIa kV property sdmtwhat An otter gtarsl Istoofc a cow foraau JWfoldieri being worn out with ex Msivegaard duty the commander pMRtrlbaurderofJlIafCUM j The1egula term of Circuitc Courhee Mondar and Jeu ind CillathAh atif the trial is conducted under tleprlloQulIUfr HafW Hay 24 When he SuprtlsSt Upwct coBveitji last Mon 4ay itt Mlt 4 yer owNl wlth Kf 4iteiraiBil tac bar was filled as 1th lawyers Cflaspicupmainong of J latter was JB Carlisle J w J formerly of Kentucky and now ofI Now York Ho looks better than ho over did when in public lire His health scorns to be excellent His skin is clear his eye is bright and there is a serenity on his strong and rugged countenance that cvi dunce his enjoyment of the private station and the practice of the pro fcation that is so congenial to his Judicial mind and judicial tempera ment and it evidences more than that The wind is changed the tide is turned the cloud is diepell cd that which went over the devils back has come under tho devils belly the ungodly arotobe churched and the heretical whipped from the liar Even the Democratic party has come to discover and to confess that this raun was ao faith ful as he was capable and tho vin dicatioD which he predicted in his last political speech would come has como and come much sooner than he expected end with both hands full I do not euppote that even the Democratic party can show a dunce hopeless to deny that bad Carlisles advice bean followed the Democratic party stripped ftf 8Jrarianiuf and innoccnt of Eoclol lID would be in power this blessed minuteWhen the first Brutus overthrew the Tnrqulnc there was a conspir acy to ristoro them and an emis sary was sent to advise with Tar quin about it That gentleman took the fellow in his garden and out down the tallest poppies he could find When the man roport at Rome it was interpreted that 1arquin wanted was the get ting rid of tho greatest men in the Commonwealth und that is what tried to do Kontuoky did that A lot of very small demagogues pursued IICokW C P Breckmridge was taken 1out of Congress and John M Ath erton was not allowed to get into Congress Tlie party contracted a relentless and inveterate hatred of abovedallowed to apply The whole dele gation in Congress would not make a half ole for Carlisle or Lindsay or Buckner or Brown or Breckin ridge or Atherton South Trimble was from the Ashland district have forgotten who was from Gibraltar district and 1 cannot re call jhe present successcTr of Car- lisle from the Covington district There was bound to be a revolt against auch a thing as that Kent tuck was otuced to ItThe Kentucky tbjit had mode the two Houses of the American Congress so illustrious and the tact is that if the Kentucky Republicans had had a particle of sense the Ken reliabJyRepublicon Mr Carlisle presided over Music Hall convention that nominated Simon Bolivar Buckner for Governor in 18S7 It was in the days when the representatives of a party honejBtly chosen delib in the interest of the people It was before the Committee on boss cho ob was great than the convention and than the party The Hon Rhea would not dream of taking a tin horn into such a convention as that of 1887 V twas when the poltstealing was to be done the fellow should do it It was thc DenaCl pftrt tt1Uflt in the peopi arid pelfeved the great comnon people could hold an hon est convention and an honest eleo u 4In short it was when the Democratic party of Kentucky be lined in brains for leadership and principle for creed It waseh that occasion that John greatestgnot bis ablest but it was as able a other and OR this night lie 8 to be endowed with the en thueiaam of the orator There oS the reason that characterized all hit utterances but this was Char oratoryithan tblltit was Democracy in the superlative degree There was tnot a Democrat in Kentucky to challenge it Take down the speech and read it it with Joe Blackburns wordsnd Jim Mo Crearys platitudes are it with the noisy r K t1monJlGringll of William Jennings Bryan and andtWhat Carlisle said that night beI has over said And let mo toll gotrp Carlisle preacbod that night or surrender the State That is all of fireHelognized by friend and toe as one of tht very great Speakers He had batIhimIcontest He wait where con eldered the ablest champion the national Democratio party had in academic discueainn In him the doc jlrlne of tariff reform was incarnated lie was the trusted ls and beloved leader ff biB party in the two houses of ConsresB His was higher than Thurman or or Bayard over at tained It wni no mere idle com pliment when Mr JPrye of Maine b m the Jewel of the Democratic party His was the pro foundest thinker in public lire and first logician in bouse of Congress Such was the John G Carlisle of 1887 Well there came a generation that knew not Joseph Anewevan ed gal was preaohed a strange doc triBe was proclaimed aq alien dog at ma was declared Carlisle 2000OOODemooratB who Carfisle thought were read put the party tomake room for tbe chips and vrbetstones of ISdOwTell i II iwi i i fJr c f 1 r er Towne Weaver SimpeonAHen every one a Republican and one un indorecr und applauder the work of Thud Stevens Hen Butler Then the littlo lows got on top and thoDeuiocratio party went to pot The solid South was broken Now York Connecticut Now Jersey Indiana Illinois and Wisconsin wpre thrown away Congress was lost The Senate be cnnie hopelessly Republican was wbnUthe Democratic party when it lost its chastity and mis cegnated with the Pops and Silver Republicans and Eugene Debt and so on The wont of it was they could not learn even in tho of experience and they tried again in 1900 with oven more die astrous result Now thoDemocratic party is aw tul tired of that sort of thing It is going back to Democratic prm ciples and mtehds to hue Domo grntestDemocra living Grover Cleveland hasib drafted to do the leading nomination would be equivalent to election and may be goaded into nominating him Be that as it may Bryan and Bryanisnr are done for Hie chips antI whetstones have had their day so havo tho mon Bryan put in charge of the Democratic party The national convention of 1904 is going to be Democratic it will make n Democratic platform it will nominate a Democratic It will put the party in charge its brains and character will play the part in Democratic councils it was wont to play in theldcr and better days Of course the Bryanites are too respectable to bolt but if thej are not just let them go ahead and show us the sort of Benedict Arnold and Judas Iscariots they con turn out i But tho wicked shall be into hell together with all the tions that forgot God SAVOYARD CORRESPONDENCE Wyoming The drouth is broken Bruce Snedgar got his face p ofaodif Tobacco setting is the order ot the day Mr Cliff Hardin was here a few days fox bunting Miss Reovcs of Salt Lick was the guest of George Six and wife Okla Tobacco setting began here last weelc Rev Palmoter will preach thetbcFrank Jones and wife of wore guests of the formers parents ono night last week The fine showers of rain put new life into the farmers and they can be seen following the plow once more TrumbnM1Qof upper bit Oak visited their cousins Carrio and May Vice Saturday nigHt and Sunday ydenruttlngMrs ElizaWilliams and ter Ada visited relatives on Wash- Ington Branch last week spentWedne8doy terinlaw Mrs Jennie Myers and finni1y Allen Bramble an aged citizen died lastj Thursday of dropsy at hie homo southeast of here and was buried nt the Old Virginia burying ground jr West End Wm Daniel is very sick There are hots in tho culverts on the White Sulphur pike come one or two feet square The finlghed ellon the Lee farm near Slack Sulphvr wafc shot Saturday did not learn the result Wt are sorry to say that there urt places in this neighborhood that s man cannot pass the road without being inftulted by a drunken manor boy rather hgota trip on the White Sulphur and Salt Lick pike and you will find another specimen of the same While asainlng in drawing the aslng at the 5 lt Lick V lJeyCoa on woll Saturday Judge Cornwall aceldenlally caught bis band in the coli of rope 88TernB tiro fingers and crushing bis hand into B pnlpll Olympia Dr Alexander had a fine young cow to die last week f Elder Tinsler will preach ber jnext Saturday night f j IMiss Lillie Young of Wilmorei here visiting her brother Cjyde Roe Swarts came in from Simp son Breathitt Cp to TisJt friends We had a fine rain first of the week It was badly needed by thet farmers Richard Costigan spent several days in CiROinnati last week on I buiiness Mrs Joy Reynolds of George town III is here visiting friends and relatives Airs SI Alexander has return to her homo afteAfive months stay at her father DrlB H Lewis 3t Salt Lick JjKPtTuesday of last week on her way home to St Louis from a short stay f n Jfew York j Moores Ferry bigfIW E Flood and Mrs Susan Baty rr here from Illinois Satur day James 0 Snedcgar and wife vis itod John Otis at Suit Lick Satur day and Sunday Mrs William Reeves and child sevculotWalter Sorrell visited his father Jasper Sorrell at llillsboro from Monday of last week until Sunday weddingItnearly every time they meet Got ting in practice you me panedheroFleming county They observe Decoration day there every year SharpsbugelisSomo tobacco has been set here Mies Ann Jefferson Sharp loft Thursday for trip to Cincinnati Some of our farmers owing to tho dry weatliernro not dune planting1 corn yet IoNewt Rankin nnrt Don Henry of Carlisle were hero Tuesday hunting mule colts ST Howard sold to Robertson Bros of Betnel about 3000 Ills of tobacco at 4 and 7c hisatof specialist returning Sunday Miss Lena Howard will raturn homo on Wednesday after a weeks visit to relatives near Mt Sterling Decoration day was generally ob served hero and soino beautiful orations were seen in the cemetery Mrs Mary attended the com VesleyanColleWednesday llaseom SI ar haTing resigned 8S nctirlgaTown Council jfv Rev J R Savage of Winchester preached the Baccalaureate sermon to the graduating class of PresbytorfanChurch f Crooks jailMorn May 28th to Jesi Parks and wife a nun Crow Nixon of Salt Lick visit pd his parents hero Sunday We had a good rain Sunday which Will badly needed IMfS Cole Jackson of Pond Lick visited relatives here Thursday Omar Wilson chipped a carload of hogs to Cincinnati Thursday reAIrs Tames Ilorton and son at tended Decoration dRY at Mt Ster ling Saturday InG R Armstrong and Joss Pnrkt went to Louisville Friday Parks went to have his eyes voMrs H I Fitch and Mrs John L Jackson of Olympia visited Te latives hero Wednesday and Thursday Charley Reed and wife viuitecl Mrs Reeds parents W W HnzrU crigg and wire at Bethel Sunday and Monday IMrs Martha Bolts and three grandchildren visited rfiaiives nt htJ Sniphu from JUyy y GTiYi 1tf Intrt week LtoklnK Union heG R Keller went homo to Gar lisleon a visit last Saturday Dr Blair of Salt Lick come to se9 Mrs Alice Armstrong last TUBE day Joo CO Rolland Joo Jones went to Salt Lick last Friday Oil business The Central Oil Co is buildingL C boardinghouse and putting up ore tank THE SICE MrsAhcoArmstrong is some better MM J W Ibm is on the sick list Bro H J Ramoy filled his regular appointment her last Sunday at M E Church The Cumberland Pipe Line Co f laying a branch line to tho Gen trai Cos tanks Joe S Jones hada cow to die from drinking tail water from the tanks of J W Ham last week Floyd Reevis of Clay Lick Rowan Co built M P Williams a veranda which added much to his daugbterAmdaughter Mrs B Wo HcKinney last Saturday and Sunday apoplexyfr two hours but is better now TbJsi the second attack The Cumberland Pipe Line Co onitakes 800 Ibs pressure to force the oil that far George Bramblett of Nicholas Co passed through here to Mor an Co to sce nfter tlia land last Thursday and G R Keller hired ig and took him to Snit lack 7 v triptoAs they came back in the night knocked Mr Crielips cow off the track and killed her cently bought her of C C Jobntl ison for 30 r1 made mention of the oil well drilled in on the Alley farm last week being the best well on the 11e It has proved to be the blast in the Ragland oil field Mr Clay had the well put to a test by steam power pumplng48 barrels in hours With all the they have done it dont go increases A later report says well averages 10 barrels bourhI 1B5C Iae NOW f r Midland City Mrs Will Atchison Sr if quite sick jWill Jones and family IaRagland SiipdajA JrKS slim Boyd is having an addition built to his house W WvRazor had n nice hog kill Od by n train Sunday vl81tingJohn Wo Ire some very fine showers whiclFvrero badly netilca John Myers sold n pair of mules to Mason Green of Farmers 260 Elmer Nicolle of Frenchburg is visiting his cousin Master Elbort nnedHawkins of Odessa visited his sister Mrs Sam Butler Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Bettio Hendrick and child upSnturdKYRt Odessa The writer with several other from hero attended thA moving picture show nt Snlt Lick Thurs day night It was a good shuw Sprincfleld The farmers are busy setting to bacco Mrs Sarah Spratt was in Sterling Friday O B Spratt is spending week at Springs TIsltingfriends JOMr and Mrs Ed Taylor were Mt Sterling Saturday Miss Hattie TripUtt closed her school nt Ftrirview Friday Will Caywood visited at Win Chester Sunday and Monday Mrs Chancy is visiting her daughter Mrs Barnes Spratt Mrs Morgan and daughter are visiting relatives at Poplar Plains Miss Mary Grimes visited friends in Mt Sterling Thursday an4 day Miss Lida Smothers returned Friday from Mt Sterling where she bud been visiting Miss Gosbia Boyd Mies Lutie Smathers wont to Slmrpsburg Saturday to be tho Attest of Mils Mary Brown during Sharpsburg Cralgs Robert Warren lost a very fine cow by death Sunday She left a calf OKU week old Aunt Becky Coiig Is better now Her daughter Emily Hunt caroo up Friday and stayed until Monday updration tiny at the Iurvis sjruveyard It WIIH rainy and wo halt no Sun ilayschonl Sunday Thud will bo preaching hero this week by Bro Cruuip We had n nice rain Sunday Il made ptoplft Imte a cmile on Irat tnctH ts a good tobnccu scasun ird htlpeii things iu general IU Mack han urnedfrnm Yf ifjune mck a very sick wuiun hi al tine writing she is souio better j Henry Wurr n clime down Sat urday and stayed until Sundiy ev ening He took homo with him n very fine gilt that he bought of J F Warren It seems that the Federal eol diers have forgotten to visit their comrades graves on the 30th and plant a flag on the graves in mom orJ of the Pa8t There have been several men in this part hunting tobacco setters Tnere seem to be very few that want to York at that kind of work at a Rood price Upper Prickly Ash John Coylo sold a ware and nul to Caleb Ratliff for 140 Miss Bertie Korr spent last week with Miss Aihloy Clark on Creek yi Several from here attended tho Children day service at Suit Lick Sunday Mrs Jennie Hamilton and tClarkMiss Bertie Donaldson of near SharpsburgiI the guest of Mrs Nancy Shrout last week John Allen and wife of Whit jOnk visited tho formerly brother om Allen and wife Sunday Mra Frances Hamilton returned Saturday from a two weeks visit to relatives in Montgomery Co There was a nice rain Sunday and people who have their ground ready are busy sotting tbbacco dnughI1 Mrs R L Stone one day last week p Willie Harper of Catlettsburg IiHarper jjJhaspenbecommencement i SaJtLlokARatliffwoandMrs Daniel Harper sister Miss Jennie Gudgell Caleb Batliff and wife attended the burial ef the formers brother Joseph Gudgell at jaWDday to Ashland to visit her daugh teriniaw MtJ1 Chas Harper who been sick for fivo months and amputatedher st Bethel Charlie Reid and wife of Mont gomery Co vcro hero Sunday lff Wo have hud several nice little rains which were badly needed D S Trumbo left Saturday for West Liberty on business will be gone n week Joe Gudgell infold resident of WedIne Mills Minnie Hnrelrigg and brother Walter of Nicholas Co ure guests of Mrs SUtlnrrHazelri g and other relatives IrWill McCray and family and Mrs W R Scott allof North Middletown attended tho meeting here Sunday and visited relatives friends for several days The cellar thieves who were around hero Friday night had bet ter keep quiot as they are pretty well known or will be when the grand jurymen come around Mrs J M Gossett son Clyde and her daughter Mrs Will Irvine attended tho commencement at Winchester last week where the formers eon Charles was graduat ed Ho is at homo with his parents A large crowd attended the an nivenary mooting at the Christian Church altbougli the morning Was no unfavorable rained a good nh oukitwas donated and the Church is befle rrom dobt Odessa The few that had their land in dVder set some tobacco Saturday InErno Jones of Owingsville a guest of relatives here first of w kMr Noble is doing well cancer is expected to drop out in a few days J Frank Jones lost by death tf yearling steer from unknown es lust week T L Darnell and wife guests of Mrs Ruth Jones hero rinight last week O 8 Rodgers bought of Jessie Collivor four nice hogs last week at 165 per hundred A light shower of ram fell reit Friday Saturday anti Sunday but not one fourth enough to melt thoee clods Miss Oddie Power returned hone Thursday from a weeks visit with his uncle T L Darnell and wife in Owingsvillo Mrs Sallie Darnell loft by death a good con leaving n young calf last week Cause of death supposed to be black scours John Bradley of Hoopaton who is in on a short business was here Saturday and spent a few interesting hours with us The first of June is here U1dat lonst onethird if nut IInehultof the cum crop Is not planted quita number uot done breaking Proto Tnpp closed his second tana of singing school at White Old Sunday nishtHe will sing Slate Valley next if they a school there Mrs Howard who had been under U6111111 of Dr Jones here for a large cancer on Mie breast was relieved bv the cni i ilnpjfng InSalt Lick The oil fever is breaking aOaln Born May 23d to Leo Snedekor and wife n son Mrs Ben Shrout and son Alban spent Sunday here Jos Horseman and wife visitors here Sunday Miss Lillian Barnes visited Miss Carrie Bates several days last The living picture show was well patronized and gave good satisfac lion Miss Nora English came home PortsoMrs W R Stephens has about recovered from tba effects ofa so 11vero sprain of her ankle Lawrence White and wife have moved here from Alt Sterlin and are at home in Isaac Shouses new cottage on the hill 1Mu Banfiold and grand daugh May of Morebead visited the of Thomas Dickerson Sat urday and Sunday Arthur Kring stopped oiref awhile Sunday on bill way homo near Yale from Louisville where ho hud been taking a course in a business collegoIMrs J D Sewell of Olive Hill fherewere delighted to ceo her and to learn of their success in their new home Elder Tinsley of Louiavilfe w111 preach at the Christian Church here next Sunday June 7tbat 3 m We trust a large audience will greet him as be used otyen be UI 7 The lawn party at M P Moms fe1 u considering the storm which SIJtiotb Qnewllti otyofhas been spending week relatives here She left Mon day te visit lier purent J KButes and wife at Soantoni Childrens aay was obeerved at Aolargeweatner was inclcmcnf The singing was Bplendidrnns th lsmaller children djd uncommonly J well Outlook Jok Wpfk is fcest w r d9t3J J ptfjJ r e t 2 k f r cI J U N EIDuring the month of June Iwill make great cuts in the prices of Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods I have too many t goods and must unload If I cant get my F price I will take yours Come in dnd see t and you wont get out without a trade if LIyou come to buy rJAMES GILLOJST Stepstone Wtn Stoele got a new buggy and mrneis guess he will soon bo H benedict F M Karrick returned home from Salt Lick lost Monday week where ho had been several days on msiness John Cassity Jr who is working at Salt Lick spent laet Sunday inspectingMisrAIlio North of Salt Lick was hero over Sunday of last week visiting her sister Mrs Isaac Kar rick and family Ernest Wills of Salt Lick here last Friday in connection with band think bo wants their 8r on the 4tb Quite a lot attended memorial Wlbethas well as at Union E P Thompson and family spent from Saturday till Monday with R MInbletztpdell fnmliyasn Chester where they will visit her motberinlaw Mrs Monroe sovera weeks IITjbbs Greenwade took his beat girl and spent Sunday with Miss jfmeplease with the trip Rain rain eh good rain I We had some of it last week and thing are looking so much better While raise the creek it was so ficl to the corn and tobacco groundnnd grass MrsfllS Duff went to bed the other njght the happy owner of 64 young wkeysandSlyoungchioks up the next morning and goIngout to let them out of the coops she found them all sleep ing theleep of death which Was caused they think by limberneck but they say tho night before they were a4 well and healthy as an Itjangon anyone sure Mud Lick OwingsfRTR5rhurd9on Jurrhn ell C alves r 1hcollurts Tlwrnsburg fur 40 r-eoBurn May llth to burg and wife a lIuIIthlir first born CarlBlevini bought n pair OrI tnuies si weok from T Sibbrsiu Ln y Ii ll Clifford Blevins and BrnckJones of Littlo Suit Lick warp pleasant callers here Sunday utH P Shultz and wife of Howard 8 Mill visited relatives hero Saturday and Sunday EldorJoe Adams villboldser vices hire Sunday June 14tb also on Saturday night before reLoonard Wills and Leonard Rod gars dfjnear Salt Lick will leave this wc forsome point in Illinois1- jeki We Would liko to see a letter oome out in THE OUTLOOK fro Macoiipjn county Ill John dont so slgw- Samuil Wills and wife visited the lattes parents Richard liams it nil wifeof near Mt ling Saiurdny and Sunday MiMrtioWillsof near Lick ned home Saturday af ter a stay of two weeks with sisUr Mrs Robertr Tbornsburg V7ond r why Head of Salt Llok reporter silent so long Mud Lick boyswill have to out another big tree to start tiim out again Masterl Sam Carrington had a enifeconntjSaturdaJ returned home Sunday evening Paul Richardson lost a fin sow last week by hydrophobia nje bybovfeekiago Readinjabouttheabscntminded Clan ol DtCbel reminds us of a eelItahiJout in this neighborhood wbo called on his Triend one night a few wjeks ago and returned home learJng his bat not noticing it until he was informed ef the fact tKnob Lick Some Uod is not Yet enough 0E JW weIJt Corn hal come to dry tIThere will be more millet sown th n u j UIIII SaturdayrJjGardens for the mount of rail are lookinglfairly well ISJesseri fs having his hauled frool Forge Hill here Please s ate Coopora majority Gudgefl in Judges race u Something over 800 Edl Tom naand on Or lle fCnptbluck uHlster t HeiH tJ lrJck lMt ek i l t i1 1 T 7 t From the crowd ihatrpitted b ra iSunday bate ball ad f rt Kj jdrawers L rCopt Pitman was millet wHit six teams Friday and Saturday w j l We have beard no mort sf the Jwild animals that wore1 causing so fmuch uneasiness Mrs Wnu Barker i fli commnuHy Sunday rae famlfjr will move to nea r Forge Hill The whoopingcough Js still in evidence tram the amonirt ef bark ing one hears in pausing the ffftisl Xisplace The type read Razorii Co Maze should baBifzor Hifkly p lWwt Endf and brttb r Ell here Suoday lye werij di = jtheeil question Kli ob served that bo wait not haulfng nl troglycerine for shooting 11 but had H concentration of all = the person of hIs brotber Wtet End TS Ttfero is nothing mucn iw fit tithe oil businesi nt new lints and oo now wells started Tbert sel a7Drto bo a disposition nn tht part of ttome of our citizens to develtp pome territory iiTtho near fUt fiThere is no questlun but wbatSalC tLick Valley torich in oil and no teed to be forever tbertn It I TROS J JONES Livery Food Sale Stable lOWINGS VI LLE KY iHeadquarters for howo and ranla twithW S GUDGELL ATTYATUW 1 Office with B Qudgell r OWINOdVILLE St SontC O RAILWAY E KrDollyoxceptBnndsy All other Ually trralnU Oil 23 curry Dining car enIDNII iSrtlllMtUIUt1TiaaoF TnvinsAT PnrsToa TATIOV EAsrnoccu NoIJ tfJt 1 pBXoIeIK iibID Xo21 flMtt- Xo 311 p P iirtpjflfrvns il16XIIIIItCincinnati Vaalilngtou Nil w fAnd Etuft CHI t FOR SALE To H responsible and pushing flt party I will sell eithec the wbule or F foonsistanScott it Co traction engi latttt hbuild and Avory 28x48 wind stack er flnd a Hubar 28x42 sepitrutof pll fiin No1 splendid good condition For terms apply to J W WILLERQY i Grange City Fleming Co Ky liW Public Notice IUJBath SpecialTerm i fit It is ordered by the Fiscal Court j1thiscounty which are owned by Uring such offences directs And the i commissioners of the road districts J1 are to report all offences of tb kind in their respective districts to the County Attorney who ebatltprocure warrants for saoh offender and prosecute such offenders as the law directs Ins further ordered that all land holders owning or in any way goy erning land lying and adjacent to j any of the turnpike roods owned by Bath county must within 12 months from the 1st 01Iyuau di uary 1903 rcmovoj or cause to be removed all fencing wherein same tis an encroachment upon the right ittf way of sate turnpike roads ox cept where the same has been erect iled by convent of governing author Ity previous to the ownerohip by Bath county And all persons fIll ing or refusing to obey tni order f within tho time herein specified ijshall by the turnpike commi ion of each turnpike district of yrfBath colihty b reported to the At torney for Bath county who shall V f such information proceed as tbeplaw directs to bave such nb irons removed fend the parties pros ecuted for same JNO A DAUGHERTY JB FQ A cppyaUest JT Peters Clerk Presidingwr By T J Peters D C Y ICourt in pursuance of the above tPUBLICBath county who have or who nay airIrt aist from these ofrn8eJandcomply with the requirements above stated rhis Jan 1st 1903 JNQ A PAOGHEllTT J B C 1t c