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to six quarts at Byrrfns Hardware TheOwiab Haute change hands j bout June ISth J upn ter of Leslagtoi viii ta charge Doat tail tt let ona of those EXOIB BAKDMADK Little Blue grain cradles at Byrons flar4var- Mu7 Sandfard Carpenter of Millers burg botight a horse of B H Good paste for t82G and a stare at T H lIrea farlM Bera Wednesday June 3d to Mr aad Mrs Jaaies M Ran ne Uglltu7JuWAbout all the corn is planted aad tobacco set hereabouts Cora is enaivg BjpVH and tobaceo proai issian uaUYlnndItud Buggy karaefs in handmade and factory large line close pri 01 dusters whips and fly nets BTKSX BROS lbc From this date Jaae gthI will sell all of ay milliasry at abut half prir COMe aad eet btrgiiins MRS O S Emu 1tItConnrrbaughtnul the 01 ftngsvilla Granite k Marble Co 0 t lIondeJat public auction and will rua the business in his own name V The Salt Lick Valley Co isdrill Inca Well fortiirorgas SJIeary- WIlls farm aear the Curtis q reunlttn grounds on Suit Lick r1k Thats all right ajjout Ie tpo tate filaiits If yoa Just look at Hwitber jUnodpist rs you wo ldnot hare any others on the XaaeaV J TSShiout notTibnly sells all iladrof buggies but aNn 1 baud taaitffcreak artatJ2 0 as floo- daeoaa bay at any pries guar aatee4 ler two years 473 I stake the best break earl on be Market 20 2M0 i rabber tlrtt j 11 tallper set Buggy npsldgaa paintiag a specialty OSCAR uxn F r 30 days to MUM stock we will dsriiUt1 oVatpetltiaa on qmwMrarV and glassware See us before buying r E Loll A T BiRQtr 4i T 8 Skroat has the best buggy S palaur lalath Co aud if you bRTSsjwrtaggy aIat4 foraay priM fran fS U 4 8 see his If 4 ant satisisd wbw yen see your baggy after having It painted there wmpehirge 473 MalTa PacrronB Owiig to ike ioaarrlval of Prof Cappa t- oteida l atsio at the Christian Churth ltwa postponed afterJ Tawday Bght nmtll Soaday when He was waUrbouad at sQBta iBdlaHB pelat when heard freti 1 FHralshUgs ro- pJcleraencef aIs4Nir Is IrsVrfass f 4tdsoiriptiOas Call awl see bifrt r I IIHwlltrt MpP4RISOwIigIiI lt16f J sad Ksiaalaier r EKTnra The vTbtMai Clar PsetN MGA Las Momiayl cJiily13 CauHtycCaurt day at tCrtI Owlapyni- P Kv will raiifo the highest bidder 1ft lb rivilagM of she groSads of the I i ruat ft to to hsti this year ft I Jean i AxKEsav Cossaaader I rihf yetrbldWggieato T S I SbroHt aid trade for a sowone or I J4ityou wast a sesondhaBd buggy I say prlee frba t5 to tsq come I and see iwe have plenty of I tbeai aieely palated and repaired 1 7 kustiItbey ylll giv atisfaaflbBj I j He keeps s ass palatiag V ry Irt dalUZ3tI P 4 ICtsim TurstBT HzsxElder T I g Tiasiey aastor ef Clifton Chris L tlaa Chunk Louisville I Tharsday sad has bees preaching lllttlyiA1fhltOk Thur p i Mid Tall Fti i I Batafiiy OvIsgsvIlIe6uaySli I LiekMesJay fla is b Ing eathb ia il lly w l aifa avery whsre IIR sad fJlaJJJrauJ hail KBr asrowd here as fe be 5 0 i t t 4 4 A r r tt J i i PERSONAL BufordOoodanofStoops was in to see us Monday- WfhdaorLetton of Parts cato Saturday o visit frIends Jessie Jurney and L E Grace of Paris were here Monda- yMssEvaMcKinnovanii up from Midway on a visit to Iiornfo1ks- Ectoii Bolts came home from the Lexington A AI ColIegoSaturday Miss Lizzie Mason of Texas Is the guest of Hon and Mrs A W Itascom Mrs Nannie Hess was very III Wednesday night of last week but soon improved Mrs Lou Fratman went toLoxing daughterMrsSfr and Mrs Boyse Allon of Mil ler burg are guests of Mrs Janteti B Hughes nortr town Mr and Mrs Ford Patterson and Clark Patterson attended the hop In Mt Stcrllh Friday ntghts Mrs John R Carmlcliael of Louis hcarutheaVmMre13 BaldwIn of Nicholas yule cam lust week to visit her sister Mrs C M Kennedy Miss Acsenia McKee after a visit to her niece Mrs Alex Conner went home to Mt Sterling Saturdays Miss Ellen BoLts returned homo Sunday from a visit to Sharpsburg accompanied by MI Ratllff Mr and Mrs James Hopkins of Little Rock Bourbon Co were guests of relatives and frlendsThurs day Mm John Scott of Mt Sterlthg MrsHenrySeottMonday day Scott Goodpaster returned Wednesday fromPaatopsAcadomyChar Vat to spend nbe vaca tion Mrs C E Myers and little son Palmer of Paris were guests of her mother Mrs Lido Kincald the past webkCal P jr Qood win went to Mt Sterliajf Thursday to attend the fu neral of brotherinJaw James Conrpy Mr and Mrs Eugene Minihan returned Monday afternoon from u few days visit to the latters parents at- c v ILittle Misses 8aUi Ertill and Eva ICavenft of Grange City visited friends here Wcdn sday anti Thurs day of last qreek mJackent Mr and Mm W W Williams of near Forgo Hill daughtrday to visit her are tl Mr and Mrs James MoKee Mrs Win fteeres of Mt Sterling and Miuii Magslu ReeveuC Midway were gueatu of Mrs D 3 Estlll Wed nesday of list week Oaklaidguestof their son George A Peed nnd wife the past week Mr and Mrs G W Deitrlch o arrivedSut4dey 4 A Peeo for several days 1 LQdngtouhlsister Mrs Bert Daniel xoturned home Saturday morning Misses Mary Gudgell and Lillian Daugherty weut to Mt SWHnR last week to visit Miss Corlune Irkpt rick and to attend the hopi Mt Sterling visItors hero Monday HarperBrutusTrimble Clayton Howell Sr Sundayfromion at New OrleanXnd a visit to his ns City T C Albritton of Louisville State BradleyBhawhanhts wore here Monday on business Mrs W W Barnes of Salt Sick returned to her home Thursday af daughterMriWAter T H Brown 3r Lacy John T Kimbrough and Judge J A Da ugh arty went Wdneidaymorningto at tend the conference at Mt OlivetIMrsOsearPalmer and little daughter Leone returned last Thursda from a visit to her parentiAtBethe- rs Palmers Miss Pearl Sor rail aecompanl them Ludayfrom KraSamuelChurch sad was in town Monday Misses Lutie aud Ola Qnisenberry of Ewington are visiting friends a Winchester and Lexington Mis Latle will enter the Xy Unlverslt for the purpose of finishing her oem aerclal cour o D W Doggett retarned Thursday from a trip to Winchester Jackson hoWltoWably impressed with the social side of the Jackson people Dr GooWMoore Asblandwas down Tharsday to vUlfi his wife who Iitheput of hot4augnter Mrs Emmet Frat r went the hlllfttied8ghter O C Gugote and C P Bargar of- Huntington W Va O C Farrinc ton of Meater Cf chicaaofiryorJ Phelps or New of B tlerPa are at Olympian Springs h t A Peters who is now travel Ing B several Southern States for Buckley Custom Shirt Manufactur ing Co of St Loais was in town Monday and was warmly greeted by his legion of friends He never look eJ stter and is seemingly as young as bewltwentyfiYeye aJfOHe- went home with his William of Bethel but will be back here again 1 I still have plVaty ofrulitittired and all kinds ot new buggies z1deeondbandOaeBalso a good afadviiade cart for 2250 Come and gsf jlejf Cash or credit 483 T SSgKoor r j 4 WATCH FOUND The gold watch of James Y Bascom advertised in last weeks issue was found by Sam Miller of color who received the 260 reward WOKAT HAUVKST Wheat har vest will begin in about two weeks Tho One prospect was cut short by the drouth and thero will boaly about twothlrds of acrop CHILDRENS DAT Childrens day will be held at the Christian Church on Sunday night June 14th Tho participants will be duly drilled in an attractive pro gramme T S Shrout has two diplomas which can be seen in his furniture store If called to embalm a body und the body is not perfectly pro senublo on dsy of burial there will be no charge 2t We hereby notify parties who hojd claims against estate of thc Jala George Laasdofrn to present same properly approved for pay aear at J J MAURA R SADMDKBS Adtare1 Fpa Cozrpsasxs HOME Major SolicItingAgentHorse at PtfIte Valley Ky wast hero some days the past weC1rI curing subscjriptiftAs for the benefit of the A 0 U W PliiincAcb Lodge No I48A Ot IT Ww1ll give a picnic itthe Shelby Good paster grove on Salt Welt Satur WlodiesBath county are invitsd to partial pate I Os TOE FoHciJJArthurPows is now one of flaest having ben appointid Deputy Mar shah by theACity Council to act In Chief En mon place for a few months while too latter takes a va IplntInlOXDAT SCHOOL CoXVKMTIOH yeardontby telling what you are doing It will only cost two cents to send a report and it may do a great amount of good SAUC On July 13th 1903 Coun ty Court day I will sellat public auction at the Courtaoufe door in Owlngsvillc the brick residence and 8 or 10 acres of ground of the Ide Mrs Lellie Conner R H COKMEB MD Farif Auctioneer v CEHBTCBT lurBOVEUCKTS The Owingsville Cemetery C oi pre paring to huitdiA receiving vault height by tea feet at tho Comet ey- snd also waterworks pumping tjj wnttr with a windciiV fiofki the C nind to J sIevtec tank which will be connected with pipes rua ning ill over the grounds JShsrpsbnrgbaseball urday defeated the Flemingsburg club by a score of 25 to 6 The Morehead club defeated the Mt Sterling club Saturday after noon by 20 to 19 Tbe Morehead and Sharpsburg clubs will play ia this town next Saturday afternoon KENTUCKY CHAUTAUQDA The Seventeenth Annual Session of the Kentucky Chautauqua will beheld at Woodland Park LexingtonJune 30 to July 10 inclusive One of the best programs ever offered will be given The detailed program will be mailed to any address upon application to Charles Scott Busi ness Manager Lexington Ky stf CHILDRENS DAT AT WIOKIHO Jl Dr W E Phillips said that Sunday WyomingChrietian since he has lived In that towa rJiAand all concerned acquitted thee elvesbaadsomsly The audience enjoyed the exercises hugely J CAKE TO SEE MTCTEOBITE Oliver C Farrington Pfi Di Curator of Field Calumbian MuieUiwCbicao- came last week to see the Pergraa aaateorjte and was in towa Mon dayjtHs made Squire Pergraai an offer for the stone but Jtr was re fused Prpf Farrington Is stop pl atOlyrapian Springs He said he was going back again to see the meteorite He made a number of jpieturea of It J CouHTr S 8 Coxvurrtoj The Bath Co Sundayschool A aooia tloB will bold their third annual convention at the old WbiteVOak Church the third Sunday in this Moath June 21st beginning 9 a m and closing at 1 pm Every sinister and superintendent la the county is expected toba present distiuoeAmongthi Sec AYS S Asia avid It will pay every S S worker to get his plan of work It will be an inspi ration throughout the year Every SChOOl Of EVERT DKXOKISATIOH is urgently requested to send a dele gate with a report from their school and if not a delegate at least a report from their school by mail to Rev Joe Jones at Odessa Su perlntendaats and pastors attend to th s next Sunday as it is your only chance Be sure Do it your sell Come every one and bring welittjlsd baskets and we will have dinnr oii the ground Program will bppblibedaext week Look for your naueL E EDVJQJ Co free f f DIED Allsa Ida Wilson aged 12 years daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm Wilson was burled in Ow ingsvilla Cemetery Tuesday morning She died of typhoid fever and diphtheria Monday at the home of her parents in the White Oak neighborhood To DKCOBATECBORCB Mr Tracy representing Cunningham of toIof the Christian Church in watercolors He will submit two de signs one for 300 and one for 350 He admired the church very muchand urged an interior decoration in keeping with the vrchi yIsworkSf 1aidwellurg came Monday to drill a com Iany for the presentation of th lay The Old Maids Return sequel te Tho Old Maids Convsn tion to be given under the aUlpl ies of the Ladies Aid Society 0 the Christian Church on Frida night June 19tb at the Court house The proceeds after expend sos are paid are to go to the fund for decorating tbeChristianChurcb VICIOUS DoG Last Sunday mowing duriag the preliminary I services at the Slate ValleyCburch a dog belongiag to John Mason Coyle came along the road and snapped at Ollie Barber aida co plo of colts It then entered the church and snipped at several peo pie biting George Goodpssttrs daughter and Mrs Chris Garner both through the toe of the shoe It was driven out and John J Coyle beat it to dMIliwith a clubs it came out The dog was a email one nnd had beoa accustomed to coming tn church for tome years It was there Friday night aad I snapped at several people The family say the dog was illnturedj n but not Mad It is hoped that euci Iwas the case A BtJaor SALK The following persons have bought buggies trot T S Shrout since June 5 Owingsviile precinct William Jone Seth Baits George Pendeton Isaac KnrncK 4YJamesPreston pracinct Will WlIlfrtion A T JncKcon Licking Ui precinct Bert Jobioti J Si Jones Salt Lick princf John W Hit WjTIeyEIiteeCo W L Craig R J Ingram Fleming Co J J Walton DULY MAIL TO BETHEL Post matter James A Barnes has in duced the PoBtofflee Department to establish a daily mail between Ow ingsville and Bethel via Reynolds yule beginning July 20tb 1903 leaving this town except Sunday at 1230 p m and arriving at Bethel at 330 p m leaving Bethel at 4 p m and arriving at Owings nIle at 7 p m Sealed proposals for carrying this mail will be received by the Second Assistant Postmaster General until June 30 1903 This mail route will be hailed with pleasure by the people ofilarge section at country and Post waster Barnes deserves the thanks of the people of this town and all the section served for securing it TBXODTLOOK will nacb subscribers t Reynoldsville and Bethel on- Tednesday CooiiT DAI There was e fair ized crowd in town M aclay Bun ness was omr mouerafe with the merchants Aboutall of the 150 cattle offered were sold Abeut 100 hogs were sold at 60 Robert Catlett bought tweaty ssvsa yearling steers at f19 per head TH Brown bought a milch cow of Tislllver Donaldson for tso a rycow of B W log am for t21 i two heifers of same at 22 per head i a heifer ot Fletcher Croueh fr18 i a bull of R B Brother fer 30 Brown di Young sold four Mlves to J D W ley at 18 per had c cowand calf to Jaoses Myers for 2875 ieow aad pigs to R H Coaaer for 2225 Clayton Howell bought a lotalyoung cattle at 8Jo- JatnesGlark bought bull for25 J M Riebart bought three eattls of Wai Razor for6L T H Brows said a 2yearold horse to Herbert H Xlaliyfor 85 a 2yearold hOrse ta Wm Canan for100 bought a mule of Herbert Me Kinney fox 100 a yearling mule of Floyd Reeves for 45 Tbemadl Clinto k bought eight mules and horses one of T S Shrout for S760IMat Maloney bought a horse of Oliver Ellington forf115 Lane Barkley bought a horse of Stanton Hamilton for 110 boulbthtlrWm Caraichaorsoid a horse t JiB Day for 110 I J M RIohai bought two mules of Chas Robinson for 125 Win Ratnr bought seven fat hogs of SD Thumpson and twenty uirq otf am at So y fJ 1 oif t if1 RacketStarEOur 11 P e can save you money on anything you purchase clotltesHereFly Traps 18c White Curtain Pole lOc Milk Skimmers lie Granite PreervingKettles382820er Machine Oil Cans 5c Straw Hats 107 5o ydSolidColorHammocks 115 98 90 SOs Counterpanes 98o Ladies Dress Skirts tl25 98o J CASH PAID FOR EGGS Pwfoiii oil UII A M PICNIC Valley Council No 5 Junior Order American Jle chanics of Salt will give a grand picnic at Crouchs Grove reunion grounds near Salt Lick o n FOURTH OF JULY Stepstone Band Fine Speakers Refreshments Excursion trains from Louisville Huntington SI L Jones colda 2yearold Rare to Colliyer for 995- FODBPCKKTIHCHBA8BI TAXB8 JudgeDaugherty appeared before the State Board of Equalization on the 3d diij of June as per notice and agreement and found that all prop lertjr in Bath county had been rais ed by said Board five per cent subject to equalization also round that comparing the Talue as per list of transfers reported the aliened valuation of same aTorag ed nlr fortyeight per cent while the law required seventy per cent but succeeded in showing a materi al increase in the value of person al property sufficient to cover the deficit and also succeeded in got ting off one per cent on real and personal property and the whole raise removed from town lots so that the raise will be on real and personal property only He found that tire the real property of the county had been reduced by the County Board of Supervisors to Iho extent of 11P 000 This de croie inTState Hoard would itot- pasa under any consideration what neroHe found the members cum posing the State Board of Equalisa tion ta be genial and obliging gentlemen and anxious and willing to accommodate Bath eouqtys re presentative in any manner paid ble fur them to do but as they had refuted to accept from any county in the State a reduction from the previous assessment of the valua tion of real property they refused to make Bath county am exception to the rule established In MEMoRy oFT LoST CAUSX The Bath County Chapterof the Daughters of the Confederacy held an open su lon to which the pub Ito was invited Wednesday after noon June 3d the anniversary of Proudest Jefferson Davis birth Owing to the failure of the orossss to arrivo the ceremony of conferr- Ing the Crosses of Honor on the Confederate veterans was deterred Aa enjoyable programme of mu sio was rendered The favorite old Confederate sengs were sung Dr Edward O juerrant made aa address by turns eloquent pathetic and hutdorous He exhibited s dress inn b his wife during the brart aliio a pthr of his array trout era that had I history though now they have two boles in the bososs not ssade by bullots as ho facet iously remarked He said those trausers at one time were the best in camp and a comrade who wanted to visit his sweetheart in Bourbon county borrowed them As this lover was a very large man and Dr Guerrant is a small man whoa the gentleman clothed himself in the borrowed garment he wan the earlsaturt of a gentleman dressed for calling Dr Guerrants ad dress was keenly enjoyed by all wbo beard it After the exercises in the Courthouse were through the procession formed and marched to the Cem story where the graves of all Con federate soldiers were beautifully deporatd with flowers The sasm D C headed the procession Miss Mary Burbridge be- Ing flagbearer The ladies InI their beautiful costumes and carry lug flowers made a bright and strlk iugly handsome appearance The Confederate veterans to the number of twentyone followed in pairs Ho roa TOE RAILROAD Also dig for it root for it talk for itl shout for it and if ut up for it 4IUwingsville now has a chance to get an electric railway The op1 portunity ought to be improved to the uttermost so that if the project fails the people here will have nothing with which to reproach themselves Withan electric railway from Preston through Owingsville Sharpsburg Carlisle and Mt Olivet to Maysville the pcothof this tow1 Fans 49 35t 24 16 113cLead Pencil rubber tip le Baby Caps 25 20o Boys Waists 25 15 lOo Ladles Loco Gloves 24 iflo India Linen 15 13 10 8 So B BCaps 100 for 15c Taffeta Neck Ribbon 18 12c yd 3qt Tin Coffee Pots lOc Mason Qt GIrl SBcdoi I of Lick and anti county would be placed la a longdoeired position ia regard to j transportation There would be competition In railroad freight by means of which the merchants would be placed In a more advanta goons position than they have ever occupied or can otherwise attain j An electric railway on this route would furnish facilities for people to cone to this towa that be irresistible There would not be the objections usually urged against electric railways by the merchants of small towns Surely no hereabouts but can see the advan tage of this line J J Lacy received a letter from John H Duley Presidentof the Maysville Board of Trtde last week stating that a meeting of the people interested wauld he held at Mt Olivet Wednesday of this week and representatives from this town would be welcomed He said that there would be no lack of capital provided the project mestbep preys of the people along the line In regard to right of way and gansral good will 8Qyards Lotb- rIjsyti rosj Washington May 25What is this 1pber that the PoputJ iY t is getng to vote f9r Roosevelt next j year There is nothing strange in the announcement and all good men will rejoice to hear that the party is going out of politics It was born in Kans Republican parentage Its corner stone Is paternalism one of the Idiosyncraciessuooodedi i9maucconomy that it par ty To do that it made aa exhibi bition of Impudence that was simply sublime and claimed to be the only Democratic layout ia the laUde William V Allen of Nebraskaand Jerry Simpson of Kansas were Republicans when Thad7 Stevens 1 and Bea Butler Zack Chandler and Ben Wade were forging chains for the South and driving a Wagon train ten Miles long through the constitution of the United States but now they are better Democrats than John G Carlisle and RogerQ a Mills Having visited incalculable injury upon the Democratic party it it new given out that it will rjs a lurh lJc it came and again con a atltu a section wJMhe G O P If the Kspublioana are wTsvticy will p subject it to the Curfew custom IS jl II not geod for the neighborhood for it to be abroad after dark In the elder and better day if there Wall oae thing theDeaocratio party had no use for it was an tim t That was when Jackson and Ben toa and Van Buren and Wright n were Democratic leaders Ia those days the Des oralo party believed in saund money and Benton was called Old Bullion Jackson and w pincordially bated and shamelessly slandered Cleveland and Carlisle preserved the public credit in the nineties and for that they were b denouncd derided hated and Ian doted From Jacksons day 1828 to 1868 the Democratic party was emphatically the party of the dol Isr worth 100 cents Had it adheied to that policy it would have attained power thirty years ago It had opposed the ere ation oft greenback and opposed it to a man There spoke theDem T ocracy of Jackson and Benton but t it declared for unlimited greenbacks There was the begin ning of a folly Then the vines of repudiation corrupted the Demo era tic blood and it was a poor an a tfdote to head the ticket witha sound money man Seymour was beatsn disastrously though Tweed counted New York for him and it was greenbacks in the platform that weakened hliaaa much as vie his successful C Competitor Gen Grant In 1876 a Samuel J TiWcn was thecandidate jr SADDLES HARNESjW- hy buy a shoddy socalled handmade or machlnemado Saddle or Harness wHon you can get sfrfctiy flrstcfafis Boode 1 blado right hero at homo and made out of tire best oaklanned leather and by men that only make firstc ass work j I ADDLE4Is 0 If you try one set of our handmade buggy harness you will 4 always use thorn I have the best line of muldlery goQtls In this part of tho State I am Yours for best saddles arid harness J EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSYILIE XY I r SAM P ATCHISON DRUGGIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO CIGARS M BUY EREEN SEAL SEOES FOR nEN WortI Nand CHILDREN MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY U S A WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED SOLe5thit bestwearing leather Iii the world A For sale by Oscar Chandler Owingsville UUUuS ForLoat Mono Is what you want Come and see if 1 havent got them I have just received a new and com plete line of CLOTHING SHOESc x I I know I am now offering the best clothing and shoes for less money than any merchant iothe State Dont take my word for it butc9met1j c and see for yourself c fl Men and boys when you need a suit of- clothes come and price mine I k1w a I can give you same suits for less mon J tey than anybody Hens Suit 175 to 730 See our Mens 5 Suits IChildrens Suits 60o to 210 Ladies Slippers 35b to 170 Men CoHonsdrt PantaJ50 Mens Linen Pants 45c lUstqu8I tru111ell8 115 74See my extra pasts before buying Ladies Vests 681016c i I Genuine fur hats regular 150 89o Mens Linen Hats 19c I U II 100 880 Mens Linen Suits LaO Ladles genuine vial kid Shoes 65c Mens jegular 1 suits underwear for 70o CASH PAID FOR EGGS i Oscar Chandler a a sound money platform andhe was elected notwithstanding he bad bolted the party nominations of 848 and vaUd for Van Buren and Adams the Palmer and Buckner ticket of that year Tilden tarried New York Connecticut and New Jersey because he was a sound money man on a sound money platform No otber sort of man and o other strt of platform will ever carry them In 1884 the Democratic party in moment of inspirationdiscovered man He was fit successor to Jefferson and Jackson tithe aty chose him to lead It He led to victory He vitalised Dom- eato pfinoiples ftbd gave virility o the Demooratfc organizntioa He made it a party byahodcfg It bow to be Democratic In 1888 he Republicans got the election but the country repented of it sad solved that Grover Cleveland should have another terra Tbjsre was strong opposition but the peo pie were in politics that year and ould not be denied Though the latform was made to beat the cket the people went to the polls and expressed the resolve they made when Ben Harrison allumed- omcetbatGroverCleveland should e the next President There never was one moment of chance for any body elie andfaad the Democrats nosslhated anybody else he would have been defeated And so Mr Cleveland became President for the second time in 1890 The Sherman silver law the McKinley tariff law and universal speculation had done their verk he government was on the way to he silver basis and the country waa required to liquidate That meant a panid ia money matters Everybody who had money took it out of circulation and hid it under chip Business suspended La bor was idle The farmer war in debt Then was a deficit in the Treasury Tires were some of the evils that a mere threat of the siU ver basis brought the country to It was the most serious and dim ult situation that bad confronted ny President of our hlptory except Abraham Lincoln Cleveland i KentuckyrfM Best One door above Postoffice mot It like a statesman and it Ia i Ivery likelythatltewllsthoonlY man who bad th hand heavy enough to deal with fcThe convention that nomiaated him had repudiated free coinage at16 to I and bllWIII determined i that there should bt no 10 to 1 while he wab President The par ty bolted the platform that is jmajority of tbo Democrats in Com gress bolted it Cleveland held to it and forced the repeal of the law 1ordering enocmous purchase of sil yorBut there was no gold in thaA Treasury and the revenues werc i paid in silver Unless itheruoipeto ssil bonds rOt 0 Thtire rat bigges CII baD 7ti ever was Eve Jiffitjpvbioana were soared into fits IJI Demo eydidntfits All they did was tomaksome fool stump speeches as usual tbemClcsyhllnd 265000oooboadsrallied Ti tow beertngbe bought tha gold from capitalists instead of tramps Some of them hoUght itwould have been mor patriotic to sell the bonds toCuxeysarmyio stead M to J Morgan I have been in this town most of the last ringtbat parties stark naked and on this oc casion their acton Justified the th man who declared the Bepublicans Democratsfools 1 1fDemocrats who s o dbyhiiiwere the onlyfolks hero who renderSed intelligent and patriotic servifw f to their Along uatryil11and tt1 ganization a mo crat unless he could pass the serutSconveitlonNubedy not believe is 16 to 1 for a urrcncy C ii phtmNobodywar lieed preserving law and order Cbutfaued 7th culucia 4tlf poge frr 1 t 5 i 9t i n r C i I iv v J h1 J t d t4A 1 f 1 I I t lf OWiNGSVlllE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers ti OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY I THE FOOLS PRERyo kIngSoughtAnd to his Jester cried Sir Fool Kneel now and make for us a prayer E The jester doffed his cap ana bell Anti stood the mocking court before Thcy could not see the bitter smile Behind the painted grin he woreanHe bowed his heal anti bent his knee Upon the monarchs silken stool LordtexAwoolTheBe merciful 16 me a fool Tls not by guilt the onward sweep rt ItarTIIOWe hold the earth from Heaven away Thee clumsy feet itlH In the mire Go crushing blossoms without endr These hard wellmeaning hands we thrum Among the heartstrings of a friend t The lIItlmed truth we might have kept Who knows how sharp It pierced and stung The word we bal not cne to say Who knows how grandly It had rung OrSThe chastening stripes must cleanse ti them all But for our blunders O In shame Before the Eyes of Heaven we fall Earth bosrs no balsam for mistakes moIThat did his will but thou 6 Lord t5 B f merciful to me a fool i The room 1u hushed Jn silence rose M The lIng and nouRht his gardens cool lowtIU Sill In Farmers Review i TE uuIIrJl I TR KIDNAPPED MILLIONAIRESJ A TIe of Wan Street 6 atheTrcA t tBy FREDERICK U ADAMS t S oprIght9O1bvLtbrOpPublibIDgCO1ptayed 1 51 r CHAPTER XXIII CONTINUED SS Jlr Carmody informed Cnpt HaM win that inCIng Jupiter llic naphtha launch f lowered and several sailors de i tidIed to transfer all articles worth saving from tie raft to the yacht r JIr Ylnccnt rcturnedto The Jlimp l k leg Jupiter and rescued Sock who was voted a mascot of excep 4 tional abilityiiJ When came on m vboard the yacht he was given a rcccp 4 i 4 tlon which brought a blush of picas b h tire to his bronzed and handsome face ltnS0 S a e nnTIJ iJIA1I0MEAOAIN are we front Vera Cruz Tap Baldwin t fAbout 23 miles Mr Cnrmody 4 You may proceed to that harbor latonce directed Mr Carmody t conCerfirfrfice e were preseI1 j k j1alinr T loIton John M 5t Ife J Kent Simon Pence Hiram i ii Haven1 Sidney Hammond and William p ChalmersIlitz e an t Jour iahitrt TSi vuumiuv wiirii rut Jtdwerestated aroiind the center table et4S beV w York by 11 oclock Vc fa Cruz I h tinievliicb is one oclock New York lira It is unnecessary to disgnisc f the fact that our return to civiiiza- fn i is ft nyUtnr faaniglttrdtbjnmjt f inporjnnce from n bnsineys stand lr point I am not speaking for myself ns 1 have no interests which have been seriously menaced by my ab wepence or Which will be affected by 1 my return This is nut true of some i tNsuffer financial loss by their dcten thou It Is but lair that they shall have the right to recoup some of their losses sow 1nm not tin ae qunlntetl with newspaper men their methods and ambitions I am going l4if Y iitntl Mr Clnmlsrs to wnlyc his nsa journalist for an hour1 it nfier our arrival In Y4ra Cruz In t v Border thnt we may send the news of our safe return to our families anl3 jill i1f that we may then notify our buslc 4 04h x aSociatennt1 forward slIchln f Btructlons as shall protect our inter i eats in stocks anti seenrities I am i d I aware that we are under many obit rations to Mr Chalmers anti to the 4r Nov York IJcconl but I assure Ii uncu l V that neitir he nor his paper will Butter b It4Jticj41t ipgs co l r Ji 1 of the Record or pf Its editor In obv 4 bert YanlIurne we are iupMe3ted ntIIJt Z J nets ata man vhohais been J I rnneo our correspondents itrvplce of news in recent years rintln i which the paper cntjt led dmfr 4 that yoii gtitin have interests h norjthetYork Our pertmtalelts c110nee 1i i f with the others After that Iiou 41 rEt maSlion of you g ntlemenso that 3ii y7ue able to place on ihe wires the eeiaplete historyof this case with ja 2 rw eh acknowledgment oCthe part t jJ1ttyetlbyUlepaperaybu choosejo authnrlzefr2I tay Ie rn MrLJ tlfIyto yotithiat I wilt break my ruler S4I a Hd write a statement which yon Yourtj s I t to 181k on flfl subject connecte J wIth this aIrni 2o i n1SRme promise was made by i1 iy5nand Mr Stevensarer eC and discreet newspaper I tt wen sald rj Cb lmersIt takes ftt tI p to write and put on the wi rca ct i rynke this J ntk that they t j be sUrived to begin trork ut once 1101 IYIllberesp B lbte that not aIJtl1 irIs tciegraphied Avhlch can appear on 1e sireetz of New York before three s ec1cMk tills afternoong They ah1 have opporttt tura fi iifly aahtl vXiamody We will i j ttil roeth Into arictvaier or l n tlMiiIlAl4 rrr51 J 1 i r rF 4q4 i 4 1 tr 1i t iJ 4 S i f iltLio 2IIJl 4d ii ir brr 7rt tr tJ tiJY j 1lIJ v ir 1 IX 1 41r 5JA 1 = 2 2 mqur and Mr Stevens and we will get to worktheYou can draft mo ns n reporter snld Sidney IIammlnlllOr can help out on some of the incidents on tile island You se me about Hammond Enid Mr lent lIe is too modest to tell cuSeymour arid Jack Stevens were sent for and they proceeded to their NJStcmThey speedily obtained the frame work of the story Upon this they built incident by incident the tissi d bodyof n wellrounded narrative Mr Chalmers became a reporter for the first time in eel thethementsf Sylvester Vincent was not cepted lly the time the Helen Cacmody was anchored in Ve Cruz harbor Mr Chalmers hud ii story well in hand He went ashore with the rescued magnates and with them to the telegraph oflices Chal mers found tlm manager and a ranged for the use of all avaiial wires on and after one oclock Morton and his companions tiled tele grams to relations nnd business ns socintes and once more was in touch with New YorkIIAfter a conference with Mr dial mers it was agreed not to leave e Cruz until late in the evening wa planned to steam direct to Xew leans go from there bspeeinl train to New York Mr Chalmers insisted that he have all the time necessary to prepare and forward his story At 1240 Chalmers filed his first news bulletin anti from that ment until ten oclock at night a of telegraph operators was busy clicking the greatest beat ever recorded in the history of mod ern journalism It may be mentioned in pasii that the receipt in New York of pri ate telegrams from the missing I millionaires was followed on thc exchange by enormous buying of j yiAccount istoutltquotations began to rise slowly first but with increasing Something had happened ih atanwas it 1 The news of the Wall street hoc came over the telephone to the news per office Mr Sharp the acting itor of the Evening Hccord s on the alcrt In a fever of cxci ment he awaited the expected we rdsinfr apomthe Kven Cfazctte was out with an extra containing a rumor that thc lost mngnatcshad been located in SotiithcrrAfrita Mr Sharp could stand it no longtr It wns two ylock and the market was soarrngbit Wall street was as mvitified as ever For a week Sharp had held in type the ost startling headlines ever de netI in the office He had been Carmmlyhndher destination It was the tiny for news from thehbduttir men Sharp decided to take a chance The I ring was his first effort in hie es which covered the front page Cintohand corner iJNew York May tt- j 1tSRESCUED BYvTHE RECORD II The New York Record Accomplishes the Greatest Achievement In the t IIAIRES 11 Ii IICarmody R J KeptplVt mon and Hiram v l from thfWMtx 1P1ff by 1Rr5lI eiiNewi IIj Vall Street In a riurry of Excitement The h e clfollowed stttaIillda sttewas m naorewhen u M thrthesl arrectrtVera Cruz lexico May 1GIexpedition In charge of Wllinm Chulj nicra mnnnging ctiitor if the New YorlUceorl hits ffecteovthe rescue of Palmer J Morton Join M Itock KentBil110nHammond end I Sylvester Viiiccnt hedlcrime in history On the evening of May seven of theRcmen were lured on board the strain yacht Shark ownrd by Walter U Host or the famous amateur newspaper correspondent Hetstor planned the crime and cxe thd it with the cunning of a maniac Us invited Messrs Morton Kent Itockwell Cnrmody Iliuen anti Pence i Join him at a cllnner on board thetI ImportantbntIr Sidney Ilnmrnoud was invited as iil counsel for Sir Hector L Syl ester Vincent was present to discuss another business matter with Mr Carmody Once out in the Atlantic guqttor send ashore the liters wfilch were eived bytijjcir relations and then steiysmt 5puth lIe Jandcd them on flfe coast of Moxico opthc sixth dUJnta ppitt south 9f Vera Cruz on a spot vhicli he stated wus un isila IImgnloii o lifeJyYork Tlc pri traced this crime to Walter II Hestor Its cletec tire d force ntiacr the charge of John Ste vehs located the bungalow Spe cmlaredit is due to Bernard Seymour amous detective reporter of Chjeagoiwho by skill and strategy hie explained later found the ontt J leolnyheplllcedtheame at the disposal of the necorlE and fn wlthh I thsabelHorn Chalmers managing editor of lie Record was In charge of the exSpeditiou At I1aannI1ernardSe mom Tohn Stevens mlCol Mcln theyroyacht proceeded to Vera Cruz JnUleII meantime the marooned men had not lt bees Idle They had constructed a awortbY boat and were out in the ulfubptit 3P miles northeast of edIpII t o Vera Cru- zutheyureln splendid uemltlvnbd their lTn yeJj tI cIL j Pe l 1 7 g t e Xe f I FLwlowing signed statement is forwarded by request C the rescued men To All Whom It Stay Concern retuintoare mindful of the mercies of an all wise Providence who has watched over nnddU1lcultlellpublicly acknowledge our thanks for Ilia bfhalrbyecutlve ability and foresight M due out millcgratitudeeBernard Sym mr and John Stevens In our opinion this forced detention was act of an Irresponsllile Individual ar l puitCARSIODYPAIAIKR nOCKWKLIIBSIMON TENCH debSIDNEY VINCENTrWednesdayrHelrn Carmody left the lights ol V era Cm f twinkling in the distance lUll started on her P00 mile joumni CatlllledCrom ThursdayIt spacioussico 11ntentedaround the board just enough to cap e the fatal 13but Jiernord Sc inour being superstitious countuJ three times before he was satisfied Miss Helen Carmody presided isho restesscha ClirmingSimon Pence came In for mtieh raillery about his gold idols nnd InquhlsiThere Is no chalice for you tnd Vincent to escape that freight bi illthe now saul Mr Kent Here Ire ur idols on Mr lcht Necaneb wilooseto Jvin be liberal said Mr j1rrTtiJJrnand I will do the same Mr Vincent consented with jjcmi to his agreement The go IdPIe praised about 5370000 and Mr Pence e Mr Cnrmor1 his i fo Islrthi firsm rr n1n lils total share In c ce ttessa honyfin ouallyof a fortune of 250000 The lichen Carmody was favored with good weather and on Fiidiy evening the low shores of Louisiana crept up out of the gulf To till east wan n vessel which looked like a ptrifm yacht headed in a diagonal direction ns if to run across Hill pdChi nlniers were on the forward deck almers was the first to observe is a problem which sailor8 have to solve he said That bonl is headed across our course Will she cross our bows or will she go the stern assuming site keeps straight ahead What do you SIlYI Mr Carmody is a faster than this boat I t hinksaid Mr Carmody In my judgment site will pass nt least hall mile ahead of us re1SHelen I am 10nl to our yacht e will boat JwiHont you think so Mr Chnlimjrs Tthinknn i of us will have to ange our course icplied Chnl ers At thujt moment ClIp ralll win xigproaclied and cnilahincas ide j Tht1o windward is tilt hnJ1 hue ionlll in n low ton theitimersTheadilygoing to cut us oil continued Capt ht1vIn You had better pass tlie word among the men folks and semi e ladles below I dont know what e intentions of that fellow Hestor c but he knotgoing to interfere with the Helen Carmody without a fight Chalmers returned to Mr Carmody and Miss Helen TInt yacht is the Shark lie said quietly Capt Baldwin has reTOfniziil her He does not antici pate any trouble hit he suggest tht Miss Cnrmody and Mrs White go below for awhile I do not wish to go below said Mls Carmody her eyes dancing with cxolteinent I nm not afraid They cnunot hurt us can they papa Let mi stay on deck 1 want to see that nnfiti Mr IJestor and his captainThat will not do Jlclcn said Mr CImmlJ CUIt Baldwin is rig It Ill join Mrs Wiitc and remain in hi snloon until I call you Miss Helen glanced appealingly nt Mi Chalmers but received no cn- coiiragcmrnt in her medititcd re bclion so she obeyed hnd went to- eth lower deck n llne came for w clardl irr IS the Sfcarkl he ex ci caahineilThat maniac means mischief WhereI are the rifles wSTwo Views Alcnrned Oxford 3on was commis oned to writealjitin epitaph to he inscribed on a monument to Koine person of note lIe composed the nes and was FO proud of his pirmmance that ho not only sent sor1 ral copies abroad but began to pat VButleomjandbout what might have been xpett famperfectmost unsatisfactory of all com through the verger of his own ol ge of whom the scholar inquired as to any remarks hit pupils had made Said he Do the young gentlemen ever translate that little epitaph of mine v returnlcltheverger PayWJiysir they say it is bad ta in D aLn echoed cdonbanionA MatrImonial Alllnrn Ifs Jackson Mah son Jim amftopsorial artistSleSTOIiflS9nAfltl cIo his ZtrL iOlv yecI He makes It 5ul P0r1t Ia1Iuck t Jj ii OODS IN THE SOUTH iiAli ofMuchCotton Mills at Clifton and Pacelot- Suffered TerriblyRailway Traffic Crippled Owing to the Loss ofbyTrestles and Bridges Columbia S C June SWnter nc as rain but In sheets and torrents Ic Sat Clif cletonpfinesuThoughpas itherisaPiedmontand property are Increasing and a Cal ser vative estimate Sunday night places the 500000 froThe tljland all are bcloved have been lost During the day tie Itot lies were washed ashore here ar- tic lim webD S Johnson reported as drownIiap fter cllngltg to a house top from cur ton down to Pacolet escaped by catch Ing hold of a tree and returned Sun day to find his wife and four children drowned At Converse mills the nowest of ti fton cluster the walls are washed away and the looms left standing The engine bricks were carried three miles jlivestriGeorgianight The Blue Ridge road between Seneca and Anderson Is Intact anti II wry null Is not badly damaged at l be running Mondayie lyichstate Sunday he Southern railway Sunday ar lled trains between Columbia an1 Spartanburg 200 feet of the trestle at Shelton below Union having belliiianwashed awaThe Coast Line two miles west of the elty affor geds lefdmontiounryn frail structure a mile and a half in length with wooden benches upon an and In midstream This bridge was pIngstlea will be repaired within 411wo getlirHIGHSwollen Mississippi Is Surging Past the City Like a Mill Race AStthe swollen Mississippi was surging st St Louis with a stage of 369 feet 7 oclcok Sunday night making a rise of one and onehalf feet since the si unmeAt 10 oclock a small ste heamboatwa thsa siortlppe wiopleA small steamer from St Clan Cste succeeded in reaching Black Valn utth Sunday night and the 200 odof pe droplefor food and shelter were taken from the island In safety All were rescued St Louis June8Word has be e1th ceived that a levee near Madis inch on which gangs of men were workl ta chreof the American Car and ryan wOSV AjO l50 men it is reportedar on Thedslowlycrumbling and escape has beenI cut ort CRACKER BAKERS 5Se Eroploycs f of the National Biscuit Co to Strike wiChIcagoof the various plants of the National Biscuit Co all over the country Is to be called soon according to a statement made at a meeting of theC3lcaIgo Federation of Labor by Delegate McIntosh representing the Cracke Bakers union Mr McIntosh made 3taryConfectioners International unIt liiimwith headquarters In Cleveland h actcaIs fo byrmityconvention of that union where he said it had been decided to male anefi fu pfusedcCitiesCo has plants and which will be af fected by the general strike order are Chicago Kansas City St Joseph Mo Cleveland Cincinnati St Louis Dqn ver Indianapolis Philadelphia and De trblt Several thousand workers will be af fected Cloudburst In Maryland Mount savage Md June 8 A Sunday evening swelled tha small streams out of their banks tad used serious damage to a number pi manufacturing concerns At several neighboring towns occupants of houses ere rescued in skiffs Jim drew Law Unconstitutional Memphis Tenn June 8The Jim Crow law passed by the recent leg Islature was declared unconstltu tional by the supreme court of Ten nissee The bill was improperly drawn up and is class legislation Wedded Her Coachman London June SThe fact has just aked out at Leicester that Miss dith Kaye niece of the late T H Downing and heiress under his will to 200000 loped last week with the milys coachman Albert Smith an1 married to him What a Dam Cart Do London Juno SThe Dally Mall correspondent at Cairo learns that the opening of the Assouan dam has re suited In the doubling of the Niles summer supply on which the cotton and sugar crops depend IThe Grand Prix de Paris Paris June SThe Grand Prix do arisaL200000 francs about one mile peven flrlongs was run at Long champs In the presence of an immense concqnrse It was won by Edmpnd lancs Quo Vadls W K Vander itts Alpha came In fourth d Death of John Guth Denver Col June 8A special rom Leadville Col says that John a uth of Neiw York a prominent min ag man died there of heart failure ged 09 He was resident manager bi e Bankers MWns Co L tf ii1e A SPECK OF POLONIUM Marvelous Expression of the Powers of the New Metal Berlin Juno SAt Sundays session the chemical congress ProC W rkwahl of Berlin showed to the elcctrocliemfcal nnd physical section a smudge of dark powder on a piece of paper which was the first time that any of those eminent scientists had the metal polonium discovered Prof ajnl Madame Curie of Paris The latter doubted whether polonium tellstru tted that It was Indeed a primary ment He exhibited a bit of metal ghing 15100 of a grain which was iluceti from two tons of uranium at cost of 75 It is more sparsely dis uteil In uranium than xenon the st rarefied gas Is In the atmos rerof Markwald proceeded to give lo marvelous expression of the powers his speck of pqjonlum aIt Intercepted a strong current of electricity passing through the nlr ni Vie generator to the receiver allflashesand pieces of barium platinum L3and zincblcndo placed near the polo greenIshI thrrepeared to be a inircaleerOZONE WATER WORKS Exhaustive EXFcriments in Purifying Drinking Water Ifileal congress Prof Proskauor of Ber lin lead a paper on the sterilization of nking water with ozone and on ne water works the German clcc cilans have succeeded In producing small cost a concentrated solution of O7onc The speaker with Prof Ohilwi ImperIrimens with the solution in puri ng water The experiments Includ tests with water artificially Impre na ted with the deadliest dlscasn dysenIthrough the socalled ozonizing tower d then rlgjdly analyzed All the rms were round to be killed where the ordinary method of sand filters t the germs living Moreover tha ter was greatly improved in quality through the increase of oxygen from the ozone Prof Proskauor said the ozonizing nt was cheaper tian the sand filter system usually used In city rmathr1s hence time hall come neral Introduction of ozone plants ebtown of Wclsbaden added the ofessor already has one of these nts which sterilizes 250 cubic cen tlmctcis of water hourly 5linTi TEXTILE WORKERSw Committee Gives the Reason For the Strike of Over 75000 Persons r Philadelphia June SThe working committee or the Central Textile ion composed of one delegate from each union on strike met at strike adquarters Sunday and considered e situation After a five hour ses n the committee In conjunction th the executive board of the xtile workers Issued a statement to e public giving reasons for the strlko over 75000 men women and chil en The statement says that the st rike was ordered for sanitary reasons that it was necessary becaue e health of tie men women a nilon ildren were at take The state ment called attenlloirto the fact Uitntru ildren were on llet1 to work ten d tlireentiariflftiours a day in thetoIS front font ttmWay and uix and onequarter hours nn SStefthrysj e statement also declares textile Industry as shown In statistics produced before the anthracite coal strike commission Is deadlier than tha mining industry that the workers in the mills where there Is always dust are subject to pulmonary diseases The statement alco asks for the sup port of the public and reiterates the llitigness of the workers to meet eir employers for a conference TWO DAYS HARD FIGHTINGra Complete Defeat of the Revolutionists Near Pedregalat Coro nvqnezuciays hard fighting the Venezuelan government troopa under the com and of Gen Opines assaulted the mp of the revolutionists commanded Gen Matos Gen RIera and Gen and Inflicted a complete defeat on them Tho febfels were encamped ar Pedrogal 20 miles from this ace The cpture of Gen Mates is pected shortly liCoreacrateWashington JtP S The first me mortal services In honor of the con federate dead interred in the cohfed crate section at Arlington cemetery were held Sunday under he auspices of the various confederate assocla ti ns 1 f cii3 lThe Treasury Balances Waslilngtcn June BThe stat1 ment of the treasury balances in tne general fund exclusive of the J1C5 000000 goldreserve In the dtylsion of redempllbn shows Available cash balance 1225267088 gold 10705S 689 r SdBlew Up a Crematory San Franclsco June 84Jriop men at the creamatory who ari on a strike because nonunion men who wOre era ployed blew up that Institution anl- after1irdfilled a number of newly made staves with water e Experiments With Pfague Germs Berlin June SIn consequence of the death from plague at the Berlin hospital Sfj the young Vfehnese pKysi eQ1meliJhasling further experiment with plagife germs Col Wm D Ewing Dead Boston Juno 8Cal William David Ewing well known to railroad tad military pen died suddenly at the house of his son In West Somerville Cot Ewing WaS 56 years old and ana t live of Indiana Pa Cuban Consul at Monterey Monterey Mex June SE Deco ronado secretary of the Cuban lega lion at Mexico City is here to make arrangements for the establishinentof Cuban consulate here A consul will be selected from among Cuban resit t euthSA 400000 Fire at Buffalo Buffalo N Y June SFlreilnsuf ncg adjusters place the loss on the Buffalo Carting and Storage Cos p1 antm and contents Dearly Sunday J400000 About fc5 per cent of the loss Is cov ered by Insurance- 0i rifd s J ft 1 5 g js f1 r l t CcGicGi IIc c I G K 1tg STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST i j b i t55 WHITE MILLS DISTILLERY j The Arrest of Samuel Hoffhelmer the Owner Ordered Louisville Ky Juno 5 Warrants were Issued Thursday by the United States district attorney for the arrest of Samuel Hoffheimer of Cincinnati principal owner of the White Mills dl till er seized by revenue officers Tue day for alleged violations of the Internal revenue laws Other were issued for John Deboe foreman an vadDeboe and Haman have been arrest cd but Deputy Blades who has the other warrant has not yet located HoT helmer The affidavit on which the warrants were Issued was made by Deputy Internal Revenue Collector Archer who seized the distillery It eges that the defendants defrauded d attempted to defraud the United States of the tax on spirits distilled Then penalty is a fine of from J500 10 5000 and Imprisonment of from ee months to three years the Cincinnati office of Hoffhelm Broe itquor dealers of which firm Samuel Hoffheimor is a member it wa wisLouisville at present FARMER ASSASSINATED Tho Victim Was Found Dead In the Yard at His Home Lexington Ky June 6 William Boston aged 22 a farmer was founl dead in the yard of his home five miles from this city on the Georgetown pike th a bullet in his forehead The cause of his death is a deep mystery and in the absence of any definite clews bearing on the case the police presume that he was awakened by burglars during the when be we Thntceived the fatal shot Owing to his great popularity there Is Intense excitement und It the fo flaundinto their own hands Bloodhounds ha ofvesa nassinOffice Fixtures Attached Lexington Ky June 5Tlie office furniture fixtures franchises and ef feels of the Blue Grass Consolidated Traction Co headed by Senator Geo Davis of Detroit and capitalized at 7000000 were attached by Hon ife C Alford on alleged account of 52701 for attorneys fees Davis Is out of tho cltrThe company proposed to build a network of Interurban es in the blue grass and tractitun1 ork Marcums SuccessorreLexington Ky June 4At a me etcoIng of the board of trustees of the Kentucky A and M college Wednesday night Congressman Frank Hopkins from the district was e eIIarcllmUnions on the death of Marcum were adopted by the trustees Remarkable Funeral Lexington Ky June lA remark able funeral occurred here Wednesday N of ththeplingce remonies thnnymost plbeJ Pald His Indebtedness l Ie Ky June ACtetseven years abs i fr tlie UY bawl ug go 115uepo tortatlonth coeiv ialtliw noantedj3 Ca7Qhi bemCan Not Cross at Grade tailroadL taouisvillewhich Intersect the Southern mnilw flyty Prestonia and and Jefferaontbwn shot liiih thanyunder cr bridge over theSoutherlI- racks i Mrs Marcums New Home Wilmore Ky June 5Mrs James B Marcum whose husband was ass ap slnated at Jaoksqn Ky announced Thursday that upon the completion of he trials now on she will remove to f Wilmore to make her future home with 5eiFixing Value of Properties Frankfort Ky June ILThe stall board of equalization Friday took pjt the 5 per cent Increase In the assess men of town lots In Campbell oun tybbut Showed the 8 per cent Increase on lands to stands Assessment of the L C N Road Frankfort Ky June 6The etc board of valuation and assessment completed the annual assessment of the Louisville asnylllc Railroad Co for franchise tax purposes Th aassessment IS tie iajj uethere n4755D- tfSFlourlng Mill Burnjedi Auburn Ky June 6 The flouring mill of George Wilson located At S e 1wdnot known The loss fs partially cpv red by Insurance Back Taxes Ccllected idFranlfortItpV Coulter Thursday collected through Auditors Agent AllleHarrl son the sum of 5303 back taxes on real estate In Bell county The taxes weredtic on lands that were sold at sheriffs sales in 189192 and 1893 Fired the Bank Shclbyville Ky June 5After cut ting telephone wires burglars entered he Mount Edenbank at Mount Eden t2 miles southeast Getting nothing f value they fired the building The a oss Is 500 covered by Insurance Jacob Bellinger Dead Louisville Ky June 4Jacob Bol linger father of Chas Bellinger the e well known bookmaker died Wednea day evening JJr Bellinger was 62 years old and health caused him o retire from business several years ago o Died Suddenly Mt Sterling Ky June 4James L Conroy exchief of the fire depart erit and a buggy manufacturer died 2 suddenly early Wednesday of heart failure He basa brother at It enton b P iiSfS LOUISVILLE TERMINAL RAILROAD Articles of Incorporation Were Filed nowWithLouisville inc feworporationPennsylvania Terminal Railroad Co Th e capitalization is fixed at 25000 0 Jtroads entering Louisville the franchise jjinin Interests About two miles of new track Will be built to connect up the other term ma H cloGibsonLouisville James McCrea Jos Wood J teJTaylor and J J Brooks of RewIcUly Pa Each holds five shares TWO OUTLAWS SLAIN Heated Battle Took Place Between Them and Officers Sergent Ky June 5 Following an assault on Mrs Eliza Moore a poor dow of Elkhorn In the eastern part of Letcher county b John Wit Flemings brothers Samuel Cox Hugh Cox and Meredith Vanorer Wednesday offi to giarrestfir e In a lonely place In the BiKhorn mountains and a heated battle result ed Wlels Fleming and John Flemi a were killed while Samuel Cox was desperately wounded and may not sur vive the day Hugh Cox gave up when he knew nil of his comrades were gona and he was hurried off to the Pik vidJail BANKER MKNIGHTth e Convicted Man Returns to Louis vIiSYdothLouisvillenker J M McKnlght whose sentence to the penitentiary for embezzlement bank funds was affirmed in Clncn ti Tuesday appeared Wednesday at the office of his attorneys and not fied Marshal James that he is ready whenever wanted He can not be taken into custody until the mandate from the court of appeals arrives affirming his sentence of six years Officials did not know Tuesday where he was 5TheLouisa Ky June 4Sanes Jacl son aged was drowned In the TBIg Sandy river at this place Hisi little son aged C years fell out of the boat In which they were crossing the swol len river nndth father Jumped In to scue him but drowned before help uld reach them The boy was saved Welcome Extended to Gen Bell Shelbyvllle Ky June 5Brig Gen J Franklin Bell a native of Shelby vllle was tendered a magnificent ova l n VearlyIpplnes during which time he rose from the rank pr tiesentAwarded 1000 Damages Leaintiff In tJie suit of S H Lamberts ustee against the L t N railroad nfl I e city of Henderson The suit was r 2500 for alleged damages to the aIntiffs property through which de ndants constructed a ditchtiAn Eccentric Preacher Oreenup Ky June 4Hnr1I Berndt who glye his home as Coving n arrived here and preached on the urthouse square He goes barefooted w inter fotls he Is 19 years of age and hat en preaching two years Victims of Assassins Somerset Ky Tune 4Further de ils of the killing of Waiter Whit ker and John Farmer of this coun show that the inca were victims one or more assassins They war Qt frqrq ambush whll6 passing rough a thickly wooded district London v The Wets Won Louisville ky June 5The wets trluniphed In an exciting local option battle in the Highland park precinct Here 20000 people spend their Sundays and the breweries worked hjril iho vote resulting 200 to 16 against iocal option Aged Man Killed MIddlesborofKy June 6Henry L Giles of Newport Tenn was killed at the coat jnines of the Nicholson Coal Co about two miles from Middle oro Giles who was ah old man was heretp visit his sqn and was taken mIt- efl mines tp see bow coal wafe mined Floater FounoV bftFriday proved to be ihat of James of Frankfort Tuesday ho feifpffa boatat Camn Nelson Flrd of hi qqmradips Friday night claimed the body Killed His HalfBrotherlt Campion Kr June 6James Ln cey on Gilmore creek this county by Will Hobbs his halt rother Lacey was at work for Hobb Jn his cornfield wbpn they became ip yblveji in a difllcuity about the work Seeking a Pension Ioulsyilie Kyjune SitIre Mar L Sambertdlcr of the Philippines who died soou Iiafter his return under sensational cli cumstances Is now seeking a pension1 underthe claim that he died of hear t failure Woodford Was Fined Alpena Mich June 5 Catesby Woodford of Paris Ky a member of the Turtle Lake club was fined 100 and costs for assaulting Vm Sjmonds farmer of Montmorency county it the cinbhouse on November 6 1902 Women In iCbnventlon Lexington Ky Juno 4Tbe Fed mation of Womans clubs of Kentucky convened Wednesjiay afternoon in Hamilton college Mr George C Av cry of Louisville presiding Dele gales are In attendance from all parts f the stale Elopers Married Covington Ky June 4Thos Kerr Porter 21 and Leona Florence Cobb both of Maysvllle Ky eloped and were marrledhere by Rev J Blacks urn pastor of the First Presby terlau church 1 I eI 4 Saved Bla Life Whitehall June 8thMr Lon ManeSlay had Brigbts Disease and after hu home t doctor treated him for sometime be finally told him thtt he could do nothing mare hum and that be would die A friend wio had heardof whatDodds S Kidney Pill had done in cases of Kidney advised Mr to try a r remedyHe pwas surprisedand delighted to tie an in a very Ihort time This improvement gradually 1 kept on as the treatment Mr Manley Ic well He says doctor said he had done all be could e for me eavc A friend adi ited ma to take Dodds Kidney Pillg and in a weeks I was nearly all right again am not dead and can truthfully say that I feel better I have for rs a yea Dodda Kidney fills are a wonder iSremedy and always praise them Sfd recommend them to everyone stiffening I did Mr recovery has caused a f nd sensation as no one ever thought ha uld recover ifa4SAnililunniiii niiUnpli S ep Jitaphwllilr that in northern India a tooth ne to the memory of a goodmts mry with these words H1 iran 7cidentailygood and IaithfuI ervan1 Lo ztufon Ulobe re V A 7cwonderfulaching feet and makes new or tight shoes easy Atk today for Allens FootEate Accept no substitute Trial FREE Addket A S Olmsted Ie Roy NY9g e 4th July Rate SOneCrescent Route Tickets on tale July jJlP hali 2 l4cket ritblaundniedicle yourclfSlone Xo mother on the contrary Im myttJf vjry dea Lampoon To Carp n Colil In Onflnyk- eT4xativeBronoQtfinineTab1etg All ruggists refund money if it fails to cure25c Not many men of theirtelver whca are hunting a place for blameChitey cago Journal ciThereDextatsChicagaail3Newa Mrs Laura L Barnes Wash ington Dc Ladfes Auxiliary lo Burnside Post No 4QyA R recomniends Lydia E Pinkhams 4 egetable Compound In diseases that come to Tromeh only ns a ruler the doctor is called in some mes several doctors but stilt mattersSgo from bad Io worse but 1 have never known of a case of female weak ness which was not helped when ydia E Pinkhams vegetable ompoundwas used faithfully For young women who are subject to r 1 headaches backache irregular or pain ful periods and nervous attacks due to the severe strain1 on the system by some organic trouble antIc forewomen advanced years In the niost trying me of life it serves to correct every trouble azudoetaelMtaithcsct1on of 11orsvditho LydlaErliikiiamsVegetabIOS C is a household reliance in my home and L would notbc ivithj out it In all vejtpcricnce medicine which c vcrd years I have und nothing lo anti alj- ayarccemmcutLiLMnsw LAunAL tt BARXES Secpnd St E5Wash Ington D Csooo forfeit If oIg1noJ ofabove letter pnolnj genulntaeu etnnot praductd Ipt Such tc tin ony should be ac cepted by alltvomcn as convlnci Inff uerico that E Plnkliams Vegctribld Compound eiia stands without at pecDai irem cdy for all the romen 45JtIuGUTICURA OftP TheidpreasS The Worlds Sweetest Toilet Soap a S BGreater tefctorli lrpfiiS l nfQlliBrSidDSMpj SiujS5riiSold Wherevsr CivilizationHas v Penetrated Millions of the Trortd best tyeoplet use 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skin andScomplexion soap and the purest and sweetest toilet bath and nurserysoap i ever compounded C ietblrrnointm l npt Lmions Cktrttr hou tqi 5asRudlaXIDsltOeinCtAn l ornSM WBu4forAUbstthsbkin5cipssdJIalasS huI ILES Jt AWAkESIi 4t5l ltd abd IOSITIVE d PLIa 14L iSer free CddresI A1AKEsks Tub Usbu1i4iag leWTQrdS s i f C t tl vViIio i IT 4 WESTERN CANADAS IMMI I ORATION Rapid Settlement of the Whet Field Lying North of thoIIt 11 4Dth Iael a J J 1 From the Chicago RecordHerald k c henyIImonths of this year the doors of the I fIomlnlon opened to 40672 persnjis f i to a report prepared ii the committee on agriculture anil mumIe t D I ts the Immigration in the corre i pondlng months last year anti fully three times as large ns in 1901 the k respective figures being 22482 and tl V13393 Most of these newcomers have been attracted by the wheat lands of k the Xorthwest territories They have moved direct from Winnipeg 1 cInti they have turned that city Into 4a great camp In which they have been fitting themselves out for the i fori4 i Of the immigration of this spring a little over a third has come from Great Britain the figure being 16 astcorsmonths of the preceding 1 year and it is within 2500 of the number of immigrants that the 4 United States attracted from Great i Britain and Ireland in the same I t period this spring As to the re mninder of the immigration Into I Canada 13770 settlers came from the 1 United States a 50 per cent increase l t 6 3froTer the preceding year and 10445 pcrfi1 iXhase 40672 Immigrants Into Canada may appear trifling In com- o parison wjth the 297070 persons who entered the United States In the 1 proporJi1 c population Is one j 4 ItfJscnthofonrR but her immlgrn t tion Is now twofifteenths as large ns ours It Is worth remembering also that Canadas Immigrants are almost A entirely of AngloSaxon and Tcuton4 s1c races while our immigration is now twothirds made up of Romance I and Slav elements 4Spkulation is natural as to the future of Canada in her relations to r rtbe United States when her North territories are filled up but I 1 the ne absolutely certain fact of the t near future is that the United States Is to haTe a great competitor in the 4 traIn markets of the world e S The above editorial article taken ChicagonecorlI v the condition of the Canadian lin- npl irution which as pointed out has f hail a constant growth a marvelous ly increasing growth for the past Ior even years until this year it j c Is confidently assumed the increase it to Canadas population by way of 10000pIgreatef resources there It is no fairy tale but the mattc offact experience of the tens s of thousands bear ample testimony to the wealth and riches in store for t all whd choose to accept of the op portunities offered Those who wish to learn more of X illustratedf2 scs nnd treliable data issued under Cor toiCanadian Government These agents eiIvhose names appear below will quote you exceptionally low rates that 2 J take you to the free grant lands of Western Canada anti render you any powerIFour Rtlllillng IndiahapoliSjJrid II M Williams Jiom 20 Law nulhliiiff Toledo O 4 Dnniratle hUNI VH banll1 think Ill run up to St Paul for a couple of days for a change t Wife WilJ you take me wjth you t Of course not I talc I was going for a chacpe Chicago Daily sews f fn dell n It 1 z You say his wifes a brunette I or t thought he married a blond J VHe 15d but the d ed3Iicbignn tt Wrinkle 1tatare of IlInlnllllll Volley 4 If the Mississippi valley were as r1 densely populated as lau huethU V would have 350000000 Inhabitants lJ r TESTED BY TIME 4w Mrs Robert Drodcrick who 1 resides at 1015 VirginlaStInlTexas tells an 4xlwriCnCethat vllintezcst ev try render It a as wen i 4that Bonns cures are last lug cures Sh- esasUp to A the early part of Ute year 1m I had been a sufferer from kidney troubles Ntq for many years The pain in my back became worie and worse until it was a daily burdcnthatintcrferedwith every duty I was jn ch afflicted with head g achesand dizzy spells and was unable 16 rest well riiKhti In May 1002 after using Doans Kidney Pills I made a statement for publication declaring nr that they had entirely relieved me of the pain in my back I have since then t had aycatfn time in which to study the s effects of the medicine and while I j have had slight touches of the trouble since the use of the pills has always SIriven away all signs of the disorder v I and I have become convinced of the fact that the first treatment was prac YN1cnllyerinanent tails effects und I know that a box of Doans Kidney Pills jLJkcptonluand is n cnfticteht guarantee against any suffering from thekidncys Aorbacic I should advise evcryBuffercr 4 to take Dwins ICidncy Pills and Iknow that they will be surprised and pleased I with tho result SicAEREE TRIAL of this greatltidncy i medicine which cured Mrs Drodertck will be mailed on application to any s part of the United States Addrcss s FosterMilburnCo Buffalo N Yr For perIit I 5 jjf When thestmgetbig f and ro- undHires r i Rootbeer should be around p 11 tc1uc aaktt fl fiOoca lItRES co JMsivern Pa I ltT iyii rrvtilt t11Ptt 7 1rtit r ttIilA J J L 4t t j J pf Ij j icf DEALING WITH THE DEVIL How the Enemy of Mans Soul May- Be Made to Lice Sermon by the Highway and Byway Preacher r rLJhL5r J jjiCopyright by J Ejson Chicago Sunday June 180 Text Resist the devil and he will flee from youJnmes t7 HIS is glorious as surance to the buf feted soul Every one is forced t a ul meet the devil face to face but Itoo few have the blessed experience of seeing his re ulyhiihiorc Mstx his attacks has the joy of be cholding the nified flight of theIenemyof mans soul Christ that the devil was the father of liars and as such he Is the progenitor of a cowardly race He is bold and fearless when the object of Isis nttackhesitatcs to strike the defensive blow and yields to his advance hilt let determined sistance be offered and soon the devil is confused and in full and Ignominious retreat The fleeing devil is the only kind of a devil God would have the soul know In the galleries of Heaven is hungthe masterpiece of the ages show ing the Son of God watching the fleeing form of the devil while bright angels come hoveringdown to minister to Ilitut after lie bus faithfully resisted his attacks Hut in the infernal regions where the devil reigns supreme the artist imps arc never permitted to paint Mich scenes It Is a tabooed sub ject The devil like a great ninny peo PIe never likes to look at himself as he really is He huts preserved the picture of the scene in the garden with his vie tory over Adam and Eve and nil about are hung pointings of his subsequent triumphs Xoah drunk MOSeS angry and arrogant David the adulterer and murderer Elijah fleeing before the wrath of wicked Jeebei and the long list of other triumphs which he has gained over the human race but no where can be found the wilderness scene with Jesus resisting and utterly routing the devil The censorship has been rigid and the devil has kept his forces busy expunging from the rec ords the incidents wherein he has fig ured ignominiously MAX experiences so many of the vie tories of the devil nndvItnesses so few retreats that he comes almost to hold the vietluat the devil is irresistible Hut it is Gods Wordthat the flight of the devil is as certain as the resist ance is determined Resist the devil and he will flee from you The fleeing devil is an encouraging and refreshing picture to get before the soul Let us look long and earnestly at it so that its truth and meaning may be indelibly impressed upon the heart It is need less to say that the fleeing devil is a thntretrcatinglorml those flying feet The cringing out lines of the figure betoken baseness and despicable stealth Tlic blackness which the devil always heads for when in flight opens to receive him nnd is suggestive of foulness and destruction and death The devil never retreats until he is defeated but when he is routed what a despicable creature he is Hut note nnother hing The tier ing devil Is an unmasked devil Ills beeps clothing er overs his hinder parts Ills disguise which makes him appear as an angel of light is not ample enough to reach all about him When he caught a glimpse of one of Opds angels and determined to have patternlieand se jis and his tailors while care fully following his instructions were able to make for him a garment which was deceptive in appearance from the front view but which never has and never can be made to meet and cover behind So the fleeing devil is nn unmasked devil From the front view he looks like anything but the devil he is but get him on n run to the rear and lIe is seen in his true light Tliechnrneieon changes itscolor to harmonize with the etinglI1ftnndtbedeiJ soul meets him face to face His hard to penetrate the disguise and realize th Ills the devil nail not some goodly and desirable personage But let resist anee manfully atecrt itself and demand to see the hinder parts and the gentle sheep that has conic bleating to be taken Into the bosom and fondled and cherished as a most desirable posses sion Is discovered tb be the ugly shag Pi grhy wolf which would eat out the vitals The Spartan lad who sheltered under his cloak the wolf and gave no tohfsveryheartcourage and fortitude furnishes a striking illustration of what the world Is doing as it gives the devil in his va ried nisgnisesa place in its bosom It gives no sin that its vitals are being eaten into because the intoxication of its own says and pleasures destroy the sense of pain and of danger Buts surely as the Spartan lad at last fell deadat the feet of his companions so surely will the soul at last fall if X per mits the devil under the cloak of lambs covering to drain its lifes blood tf THE reason a good roariy peopled is the existence of the devil lit because they have never seen him In flight helms so successfully identi fled himself with conditions and things and impulses and desires and nppetitcs and ambitions thathi per sonality is obscured lInt the fact of the matter Is that God and His Word recognize and speak of him as a real person from Genesis to Ucyelntion and H Is somettiiug more than an latin ence or natural human tendency with which the soul has to drtil Not only must the reality of the devijbe felt but tJe directions from which his attacks are made must be clearly un rerstood To be forewarned is to be- toreartned Military success is always dependent upon the knowledge of the movements of the enemyand the point it which the attack is to be m1e To be surprise l fijo be half defeated at the very start Theattacks of the drvil always come from any one or all of three directions Byway of the flesh or the lower animal nature byway of the higher human nature or temporal imbltion and by way of the religious instincts or spiritual pride Every temptation which comes to man maybe classified under one ot these three divisions It is illustrated b3tlIe threefold temptation of Jesus in the wilder ness It is with conception of the fuR scope of temptation which leads John to write All that Isn the world 1Il16t of thfLtah and tie lust of the f jit j J J1Lr c- foi 11 fy eyes and the pride of life is not of the Father hut is of the world The devil is a great general even if he is a coward and poltroon and he hnll long slnco learned that the weakest point is the place where victory is moM t peoplelIrnllJnise that they have n weakest point Many failures and transgressions in a certain direction should teach ont that that is the most vulnerable point but instead the transgression is explained away nail excused by cpmlifying cir uuinII ores which enlarged and per lil t tnt ly cousiiTeivd obscure the main point at issue the failure itself and blind one to a true undcrstatuiiug of self or time devil either Where this condition prevails in the life the devil is afforded his greatest opportunity and he generally improves it The secret of successful resistance is in understanding the weak point and ret thenlng the power of resistance nt that point un text is suggestive of the hint O tlefield When the devil is around it either means fight or surrender The devil never fights unless he has to His favorite method is to suggest a truce at the very start If the soul consents he cncaiups on the spot and immediately sets his snares which en trap the soul and liring it under his power lames who tells us to resist the devil in the opening portion of his letter rhows us how the devil operates He takes the matter up at the point where the soul has entered into a truce with the devil and the latter has camped on the spot Then says lames lana Is drawn awayof his own lust and enticed Then when lust hath conceived it bringeth forth sin and sin when it is finished brinireth forth heath These words describe accurately the way in which the devil wins his conquest over the soul The devil has come in the guise of some temptation Instead of im ingtJas he pleads for a hearing It is at this point that temptation begins to be sin Time devil given his oppor tunity is not slow to hold up the temptation in its most attractive light He covers up the sting He makes It appear to be a thing great ly to be desired He works his such as he did in the garden with Eve and makes the thing desired look good nnd wjiolesome and delightful Here is where man IP drawn away of his own lust and enticed and it is only a step further to the full commission of the deed and time complete victory of time devil over the soul Vice Is a monster of frightful mien As to be hated needs but to be seen Yet seen too oft familiar with her face We first endure then pity then embrace above lines of 1oe is tile THE of James expressed poetically antI shows the process by which tile soul is brought to final and unconditional surrender limit if it is n case of fight let us go out to the battlefield and witness the conflict In Bunyaus Holy War wherein the author graphically describes the sub jugation of tIme town of Mansoul by the devil nnd its subsequent deliv erance by Emmanuel the son of the good and great ling Shaddai Capt Resistance is represented as standing on the walls of the town to defejrd it against the attack of the devil anti it is not until this brave defender lung been killed that the deviLJsrabfe to win his conquest over the town of Mansoul And how often this scene is being reenacted today Time town of Mansoul attacked Capt Resist ance the only fighting man in the place goes out to give him battle If he be killed the town is absolutely at the mercy of the enemy Capt Resistance may be brave he may fight hard yea even desperately but if he is not properly equipped for the conflict he will at last fall before the fiery darts of the Wicked One Re sistance must be intelligent to be ef fectual One must understand the degree nnd qumaJtytif resistance which turns an attacking devil into njfleeing devil There is n resistance Which repels the devil but does not cause him to flee lie never shows his back in suchII case but just backr off face front and knows he has been delayed butt not defeated The devil isnt made to tremble a lilt in the face of the resistance which some people offer for he is quick to discover that it lacks the true stay ing qualities Man fails to equip his Capt Resistance with the armor that can protect and the sword which can Xvjmmd the devil nnd make him flee CAITH is the only armor which will turn the poison darts of the devil Without this shield in thi hand Capt Resistance is sure to be killed sooner or later This in bit of armor which comes from Gods workshop and the devils most powerful guns have never been known jopruetrate it Today fivhen a nation produces a new and powerful gun the other nations seek to construct armor for its ships and forts which will offer safe and sure resistance to its steelpointttl missiles Man hums been experimenting for thousands of years todif cover some armor of his own manufacture which will be able to turn the broadsides of the devIl lint up to the present time we have never heard of any that was strong enough to resist Strange is it not when this Is true that man fails to equip himself with the simple and light hut impregnable armor of faith nail to take the Sword of the Spirit which Is able to cut the devil asunder anti make him flee Resist ance which falls to provide this shield and this sword Is sure to prove tmavail lag This is the resistance which James means when he declares Resist the devil and he will flee from you n JJD when the soul has put the devil H to flight It ought to keep him on the run Obif the saints who are In Christ Jesus and who know that It is true that the only way to win victory over the devil is to use the shieldof faith and the Sword of the Spirit would only keep the shield before them and the sword in hand they would soon have him driven into a corner time chains would be snapped upon him and Christ surely would come to reign The trouble Is that the devil has not run veryfar before time soul lays aside the shield ahd sheathes the swordcon fident that victory is final and complete But the discarded shield and the encased sword act like a tonic upon the nerves of the devil He is 6s sen titlve to parti f fi i r of the saints as the needle In the com pass is conscious of the attraction of iiiglmtlieand returns to renew till attack from another quarter The shield of faith laid aside soon gathers rust and mold anti the sword put Into its scabbard is a harmless weapon and when tlin attack counts tin soul is taken oft its guard ami in the confusion the shield nnd sword are either forgot ten alter gether or so much time has to be in rimiihiimg off t lie rust and imshcntiiinff time swonl that the devil is given a I0vrful advantage at the very start WHAT would be thought of tile which would fail to fortify the hump and wiulil carelessly stack its guns when it knew that time en emy waN lurking aliout watching for nn opportunity to strike a blow It would be supreme folly It would invite sure defeat amid just condemna tion upon time general who cm inniidcil the army And is not time soul that fails to prepare fur the attack of tilt devil who is constantly going nbnut seeking whom he may devour ns w rthJor condemnation No wonder the devils victories are so ninny Xo wonder time Christian so often Is such n miserable spectacle before the world Xo wmder he brings reproach upon the name of Jesus Christ and Ills religion Xo wonder that the testimony of the lips is not more powerful when the life behind the lips Isi made hideouts with the defeats which the devil has inflicted Paul declared that the Gospel of Icsus Christ was time pow er of nUll unto salvation anti it was when Paul was bearing witness to that Gospel lyword and deed hut every word which Iaul spoke for his Lord was backed up by that brave re sistance agniiist the inwlird and out ward attacks of the devil which en abled him to live a victorious life Out time Christian who is nut resisting the devil 1111anel hourly in inward thought anti outward act and compel ling him to fill from him might bet ter shut his mouth and hide his light under a bushel for his life of defeat will put the stamp of the lie upon his testimony and the world will refuse to receive it Resist time devil before you begin to confess the Christ ItI is the resisting saint who shines the brightest and the farthest The road of resistance is the highway which leads to the crown of life nnd time place on the throne with Christ TIme brightest promises are given to those who overcome for the resistance which the saints offer the devil are the blows which are forging time chainff which will help to bind him sonic tiny text is not only a declaration of O fact which has been rcenforeed by Gods faithful children In all ages hut its first dam is a command Kesist the devil It is in the imperative mood lhere is no weakening if lames might have said if you resist the devil he will flee from you lint he hoes not He bluntly tells you and me to resist the devil That short plain command of three words defines the oiily nttitude of the soul towards the devil No compromise no terms short of absolute anti determined oIl position The people of the world and a good ninny Christians are in mor tal terror of giving offense to the devil They like to handle him with gloves and are careful to rub the fur the right way in order not to rouse the monster to raging passion Put Gods command is Resist the deviland when on do God will take care of the- coeqntnees and It will not be long before the devil is fleeing in terror The passive attitude of Christians contrary to time will anti purpose of God and violates thspirit of Ills Word The words ofJTesjts Resist not evil might bf nuCTft rove this anti IU l MrillUI l V VUIIIIM1II1I o xnTF frvwTbut IT you will take li- epninlo read all time section of thff fifth chapter of Matthew In which these words occur you will readily see that they have their application in mat ters of revenge anti of persecution Those who have been demanding an eye for an eye anti a tooth for n tooth ere told to resist not evil TInt those who are beset by the devil and who encounter the forces of evil at work In whatever form are commanded to Resist the tievilSThere is a battle to be fought An upward race to run A crown of glory to be sought- A victory to be won The shield of faith repels the dart That Satans hand may throw Ills arrow cannot reach thy heart If Christ control the bow Be strong jTien In the Lord of Hosts And In His might pbwer The man who in the Savior trusts Is more than conqueror VIRTUES OF IVORY Pre crJl cil nn n Medicine nnil Made Into n Jelly in Eighteenth Century Ivory was formerly tired nsn medi cine but this was iliscontinwd about the end of the eighteenth or the be ginning of tM nineteen h century It was certainly prescribed in 1718 the date of tic Itut edition of Castel los Medicae Compiudium says Stray Stprics In Schro ers Zoclcg 1659 trans 1ted into English by TDat son it is thus described under the heading Eleplias His teeth are only used irr medicine vulgarly called ivory Time tic tues cools and drys moderately hinds cuts strengthens the inward parts It is good for the jaundice it gootlforinveterate away the pains and weakness of the stomach it heals thb epepsie drives away melancholy resists rottenness rind poysons It is used in infusions and the powder is given in substance Time dose is half a dram Preparation i Jiiirnt ivory called Spodiuin anti to distinguish it from the mineral Spoduim SpodinriT of Ivory ii Troches of Spodium Ivory ground fine and made into a sort of jelly has been used as a strcnthening focd in moro recent times by medical advice In Hopes GeorgeDo you believe that when we die we shall inhabit some other planet iladge Yes and I for one delight in the thought George But how can you prove It Madge Well I know theres one man in the moon and Im not taking any chances on the others Thats where Im bound torN Y Herald lie Rained the Figure Miss jlalnchance I suppose youva heard of my engagement to Hr Jenks Her FriendYes and I confess I was surprised You told me onci that you wouldnt marry him iot 10000 Miss ilainchance I know den buj I discovered later that bo hid nl thilf a NOW FOR THE COUNTRY 9 Funny Gen Inn of UieJclilcnRO Tribune Cliiirlho Iny Alinut SirIis Pjcnaurc Ha bat the gladsome spring come lets dote the city Hat and nail the windows all down tight and can the family cat For now its ho for the countryside its ho for the house at the lake its ho for The woods and ho for the birds and also ho for the rake Get down tilt haniltoo twh ing rod tug up the bathing suit its shrunk and when pa puts it on U wont he tic a beaut O think of the joyous times well have t think of the moonlit nights whirii teminds me to take the peppermint its good for nio juito bites O think of the dream lillne there say tilt that pun with leadI know a Mreech owl in the woods thats going to get killed dead Ah next to nature heart U thats the place to live anti put the rublur blanket in for the roof leik like a sieve Well have a garden all our itrawberrirf well still the neighbors hoj get in and root the garden up Pack IIIthe latet novels too life s story we ami when the Iiieuvooigets wet theyre very nice to hum Well grow o rnggid strong anti brown well know what real health dont foiget to put the quinine in to keep off rheimitti And papa dear take him along he swear at rocks and rilU hut weve got to have some sticker there whylintwhen summer oer and we return we may ask why ourselves In Jail fur Snmlnc- Aii one of the good kind lathes was walking along the tier after the churcr was over saying kind words to the nil fortunate funs of Adam the stopped in front of cell 602 on the sixth loon She saul ly good kind man what in the worldeer von in hen SneezingShe How in time world could they put you in lure for inter mner upCookNEW IXFOriMATlOV mrilKAUS George II Izmnleleacrni InnniMiBcr AKent of the Sew York Cen tral HiioiiiInK llcNiirin To boom pleasure and health resorts along the New York Central and associ ated lines nnd thereby increase the earn lags of his department George II Dan icl general piijcngtr agent of the Ceu- has installed information lKiAt throughout the country He is trying this plan of advertising for the lirst time The function ot these bureau ij to con CenJralandbuyThc in this cit llrodklyh Syracuse Itochcsttr Buffalo iagaa FaIls Montreal Torcnto Cleveland Uctroit Indianapolis Cincin orUaDdOreFrom ills System Before I ask you to prescribe for me shmyblacktem yompractice i GTribunstoveskeepways readyEoldatgood stove stores Sit ba great evilas well as a misfor tune to be unable to utter a prompt and deeiucd noSinirnons Pison Cure cannot be too highly spoken of TimirdAveIeople seldom improve when tht have no otner model but themselves to copy after Goldsmith All creameries use butler color Why 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2 mixed fo 35 IJrj f DOCTOR ADVOCATED OPERATION LPERUNA MADE KNIFE UNNECESSARY ATARRII is a frequent cause VJ popularlyknown Catarrh of the pelvic organs produces such n variety ot disagreeable and irri peopleinbycatarrhIfwith m form of female weakness would write to Dr Hartman Columbus dcscriptioiities of their troubles ho will immedi mutely reply with complete directions for treatment free of charge Mrs Eva Bzrtho 133 East J2th street N Y City N Y turtles II suffered for three years with leucorrhea and ulceration of the womb The doctor advocalcdan operation which I dreadedvery much and strongly objected to go under it Now Iam a changed woman Peruna cured me it took nine bottles but Ifelt so much im proved Ikept taking it as I dreaded an operation so much I am today in perfect health and have not fell so well for fifteen yearsMrSE- 7J1 Barffio Miss Maud Stcinbach 1309 12th St Milwaukee Wis writes Last winter I felt sick most of tim time was irregular and suffered from nervous exhaustion and severe bearing down pains I hall so frequently heard of Icruiiajuid what wonderful cures it performed so I sent for a bottle and in four weeks my health and strength were entirely restored to mneMiss Maud Steinbach usingPerunapalliative simply it cures by removing the cause of female disease Dr Hartman hils pro uhly cured more women of female ailments than any other living physician He makes these cures simply by using nail recommend lug Pcruuma If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement ofyour case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio CIIUAP roc lonAOoIThe Tturllncloun Cheap Rates tor a Sal mer Outing Take your vacation in Colorado Re markably cheap daily tourist rates after Juno 1st and from July 1st to 10thround trip rates are less CHEAt TO MINNESOTA dollylowplus WUO round trip- CUEAP TO 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previous i1iiddreRli when writing 1CorrPllpo dents when out of lit a mention runt on a t wpnrate slip of paper t THURSDAY JUNE II tho1 4 TUB CnicngoPlatforni Demo L cexta of Louievilto are fairly revelC t j lerln government by injunction b opLy candidate for the Republican Presidential nomination next yeuI That seems a safe 1y torecaitlFOURTH ASSISTANT POSTMASTER 55ic GEXEBAL RBISTOW who is so vigor 1FnUIy prosecuting the charges the Department employes countySV MRS HETTY GREEK the female GrzrasUsofNewSork has secured 4 permit to tote a pistol The in nncent bystander will need a suit1 of armor if she ever has occasion L to use horpopS- ft THE cotton mills In the neighbor 4i hood of Sjiartansburg South Car ohinawereoverwhelmedbyaclcnjdI tirday destroying millions of dol tars worth of property and scores Of lives JODHB CAKCTH granted an InI ijunction against Chairman Allie Young and the State Democratic theSLouisville primary Yonng has Ir taken an appeal and the battle goes Necdlf we W T WVATT a negro school 4c15 teacher was hanged and when SI- dead tall kicked to pieces by a mb kt Belleville Ill for mortally asL1 Wounding School Supt Chas Her- i tell of irt Clair county who re fused to renew Wyatts cboolcerI areLLwhen it cone 1 to lynching negroes u DJPep oJCaJFP JOHN Jozss was I 5t ragreedaelf sur to aerve In the Tomsi Whlto was ordered to sum tnlO aan from Mngoffln coun 1Y fpi hfeb to select a jury T f e of venue to Morgan cityyJudge Redwine was oh trialI4Oflbsninshted on his right tot ieed was removed on affidavits that be was a partisan of the Uar r gis sidei It is poesible that there a will be a propef prosecution of the cases aa4 Justice meted out but the pultUe Is not at all sanguine 4I Savoyards Letter LoolnUleP9s- tWalblngtnJhyaOSomebvdy tad BBBetbing about local rule in i Ixmisvillo Ky the other day and Sit wai a Goebel aan at that H I27S baM that local rule had always ben KDetRsoratio cardinal He might Sve that and laidu Near q yi1tyalway It was not a Demo cfatfo cardinal in 1990 Ju Xan w y J 45jtyouraocc Vtrt7 v Sm the rary ao rcrcrse Gltcn R bofit with a clear bead I heavy hund grasping ambitianc Control ef the party organization fm the Are cities of Louisville Coy ingioB Newport Lexington and c SS yad K d be will be tbe ruler of hi in Kentucky ehia Jocal ruler but I will be only the Reflection of the will of the tossa 4 TlItis ft e Kanuccy has la the last six or sevetrscve eh5k4tS since the little uns got Control driven ho big uns but of 7theState or into retiresient Itw Lc 3 Jaevitable that the liUI fellows 4 wnuld begin t06ghtamong them Sj cselves The Democratic parL of f K tueky bas not controlled 1e Deaoeratla organisation for yuiII t but baa iNten controlled Thus the organization became r7r greater thai the party That ac eeHBt fer the reduction of Demo t cratic Majorities in some elections SyAi aad the reversalof Republican ma i JorltieslB ether elections I The city f Louisville has beesi tiled by the city machine for many r years Ete tioBBjn that town IatTleI1eterH the wmof boss Majoriiiecfavor of tho si lAnd when they are iatrterdVih they cry ctvt local Title M tX ugh there hteVleea aloalrll in Ken- tacky i years It may be that- tllhigBlore infamous has beeR t4 ilftraeis Keataeky than tKa remov I al of thoee eighty seven electfoa- efleers on thieve of the election in lItthluIaner heard nfitIlhas lever heea printed That was 4Gae at the dictation rtbe bossos- taad Is a sample of machine rule in sincecJLr r ay sad the retireaeat of Buckner lid BrewB No man uldpolfti 4 cally survive anleis he submitted ThIlVk f in this sort of rule and not only vS flBduRed thelfarafiluttapplaud ed IL Kentucky ultilnda way bjoftkat The quarrels ef tbe VIMM will help things v Jst1okatheJuds In politics jIamlusthaathrees6oryearef iiaeHt CM remember when a i ilg of a Kentucky coOrt would rpei have a bribe as a tpIftpolhical committee andI2 weuld1m eoa have been iekiBt V pocket as making a jitttwp ch other than thaniieMiseeeatfhiscandidaoy but t lt80a JudgeoftheKntocky lti at Appe4Jethougb not him K of1U 4 0 0 rs Oi f fp 1i tAiJlia + tI V 4gr t f i L5 i tet4L f N a candidate made a stump With Judges orating politics on the stump it follows that Judges ill administer politics from the bench There was no moro politics n the impeachment trial of Andy titan thure was in tho mur or trials of Powers and Howard Five juries have given verdicts ltinst those two men and every ne of those juries was solidly and Unanimously Democratic If the Governor of Indfana wants more vindication than that for refusal to honor the requisition of Taylor he is a mighty hard than to please And speaking ubnul the trials If the authorities discover m tithe of the zeal they have eh wnin the Powers and Howard cases the law will lie vindicated in Breathitt county And that too without going in partnership in the proso cotton with the man who did the deod Tho murder of Gocbcl Was a cruel cowardly and atrocious brinia It was in addition to that monumental folly from a p litl standpoint It did the Republican party more injury than a thousand living Goebuls could have dune it Every Republican in the State was personally interested in laving the murderer run to earth Every Democrat in Kentucky was personally interested in giving the accused a fair impartial and nonpolitical trial But the Democrats were more intent on getting party capital out of the murder than in vindicating tbe law or even in avenging Goebel and the Republi cans feared the political conse quences of the crime more than they reprobated the deed It came from politics on the bench that is n virus for which there is no antidote And it may be suggested that there in Kentucky today a thousand tree men acquitted but notorious murderer against whom the proof was ten times as strong ait is against either Powers or politic1InKentucky a juryfcompetcnt under the law to try that would convict either Powers or Howard on the testimony of Youtsey Cullen Gold Stubblefleld and that layout And eo the Louisville machine is for local selfgovernment is it While the lamp holds out to burn One or the cardinal elements of lo cal selfgovernment as I under stand it is an election at which every man entitled to vote under tbe law hat opportunity to vote and when he baa so veted that transaction shall operate as one vote and ao more for the men for whom it Is cast and shall be so conn tedreo corded and returned Without such conditions as that local e lfgoY ernment isa sham a pretense and aaybodyelection as that in the town of Louisville Ky in years Elections in Louisville are just what the prodoterininethoy there is an element of chance for tbatlonepurse and the bosses incline to the longest puree graft 1 believe they call it It was tbe argument for tbe primary that the party could not hold a convention that the bosses would not control It was to get rid of the bosses that tbo State primary peoplete our poor yearn for the people How our shriveled little hearts bleed for the dear dear outraged and undone people I Why Because the b s3 s a 1 thftti teScnmru co get along fve rain nes ft apeh un nndwboLwsuohnobt611moeutb t ii why every Dc crat le agabtlemantand a patriot and every Republican a blackguard and a traitor And they lay It onWhallenWell poUtieiantfor example Whallen wont lie Call John S Rhea Wbtn the Hon llarrhim the next time be hat dealings with the Louisville Democratic ma WbaneDIIlied to him But if local selfgovernment is to be restored as aDemocratio cardinal m old Kentucky wo may be Demo tecnUc yet SAYOYA- RDCORRESPONDENCE jCashiowith fner tTheremM a picnic here tbe 4th of July pooniybutChildrens exercises will be held here next Sunday night JQBO 14th Mrs Mary Richards and SOD Kelley of Owiagsnlle visited hire the past week Several from hero attended the HUlsbproSunday Olympia DRBiehop at Grand Rivera on business this week YisfUDRfriend Mrs Fenton Atchison of Salt Lick is visiting MrsITom Hart Miss Mianio Ballard of Mt Sterling is the guest of her mother Mr McClalrfand wife of near Sharpsburg visited John Lanoand wife Saturday sponiSundaywife at Preston Mrs George Young daughter Susan Hildred and son Horton are visiting relatives at this place Brp Tinsley preached fine eer mo i Iefe Saturday night and will preach apFriday nigl t June 12th t r 3 4 Lf y Hadricks Schoolhouse THE StCKlIis8 Rifle jStntori is pleurisywe hope ho will recover Beach Woods Mrs Wm North is quite poorly Several from here attended church at Wyoming Sunday We had a nice rain which was bndly nnedvti Alimist everybody is setting tobacco MilS Mnttio Spencer of Snit Lick has been spending the week with Mrs James Horseman Misses Lizzie Stone and Mattie MoClnla of Od eu were guest of Miss Aan Eliza Horseman Satur day night Ed Hornomah BaY if he succeeds In stealing another ho is corning up to board wail Yen End for a few days Judge W S Gudgell sold two hogs Weighing four hundred and five pounds to Heidrix eV Wilson at 5 per hundred Bethel Rev Spates and wife pent tail week in Flcmingsburg Miss Annie Vanarsdale has been visiting in Mt Sterling Born last week to James Hemp hill and wife twins both boyp Juko lloyd JTUO bns been con fined to his bed for several weeks with rheumatism is able to bu up Mrs James Vice and CWocbll dren of Salt Lick are visitingSixn otjerrelatlrel The farmers aro all as busy ns bees working early and late setting out tobacco and plantbg corn paying 3 nor day for hands r Frank Boyd who has been at tending the male college at Millers burg and Miss Catherine Dicker son of Elizabelbtown who was attending the female college eloped jlo Paris and were married June 2d They returned here Wednesday to see his parentsAIake Boyd and I MihIerburgE Fairview William Littleton and wife will leave Thursday for Marion Ind Had a nice rain here Saturday tho first good rainwo have bad since April 19th W L Whitton of Odessa was a guest of his mother Mrs Sarah Ann Wbitton Sunday Ed Anderson and wife of Odes sa were guests of Wm Anderson and wife Saturday night Tiers F D Palmetsr and Jams E Wright are conducting a series of meetings at this place Mrs Je McCluro set sixty three turkey eggs bad sixty tur keys to hatch and has 68 of them living now a month old Who can beat that Noah Wooaard son of Turner Woodard will be taken to the asylum today He hasbeen suffer ing from mental aberration for some timeSBorn June 10th to Ephraim Woodard and wife a bey Mother and son doing nicely and tho father seems very happy as tfcie la ou y the Ofth one 7Mad Lick Lonnard W1Jwnitsfroin Poto mac Hi that bo doesnt like that country a little bit Several here I fttheir bushy and briery tfDrnfields Monday to attend Court at Owing vm j There will be meeting here next Sunday Letinfl attend and or ganize Sundayschool Hugh Karrick dlon have sold their saw mill to Ben McCormick Uncle Hugh says he illOOD be ready to go to Washington Of all actions of life ones marriage doth least concern other peo pie but of all actions life ones marriage is the moat meddled with Lower Salt Lioc Sprr4ayotibol seems to be progressing nicely Owen Basbford Superintend ent iu putting bit eJirneBl efforts to the work s James Hardin whjl gumming a saw oa Caney last week got a pleas of steel ia one of bU e sBeconsulted a physician at Salt Lic- khebot being able to rsaashi to Mr Stgnhlnghay ra There wlr b pr iD hero next Saturday bt and Sunday Banks MoCmty has returned from Afhla d wh re behctbeea working sos time jf Floyd Oney came dqirn JTPni iDKtry R Wo are having tJatjtroJnthnow and crops look been a good tobacpp iiia II and most of our crop ia set T Lawrence Thoui and r Jii visited Thomas McGlothln Buhdaj ana stayed until Monday on ao count of high waters in Roes Run j Aunt Becky Craig is not very well now She seems to be getting weaker She is in her eightysixth year and has been a stain and telyPsa i Mrs Fan iris Greens timber and will cam menoe work oif it just as noon as he is through with the Myers thi- nberIt is bard on his teams haul ing lumber to the railroad now the roads are so bad Wbon in town call around an3 subscribe for TOE ODTIOOK nod quit borrowing your neighbors It is cheap at 1 If you have a friend away from home send lila the paper it will be like a letter froio home to him or her 1iI LIckInjniion George Rose went to Suit Lick Saturday shopping Charley Spencer of Carlislewent homo on a visit Friday Weoloy Armstrong went to Salt Lick Saturday on business Orvin Johnson went to Salt Lick last WednesdayonbiisVnoe Joe Jones went to the hoVpiwTal Salt Lick Monday to be trejttToT M P Vfillinms Venfr to Cincin anti Monday on special bu G R Keller went to hl home in Carlisle last Thursday on business Miss Amy Nickell of Mnrehead is visiting relatives herS this week J W Hum and Chirl Ham went to Salt Lick Monday ofe bus faces Mr Sharks of Elliott Cj was here Sunday Ha is going to teach the Yale school E W McKinney and wife went to Visit John HNickolle fatniljof Freestone Rowan Co Saturday and Sunday The Cumberland Pipe Line Co is pumping oil into the main line to Salyersville and is pumping oil from the Central Oil Cos tanks The Central Oil Co is pumping day and night Thomas H Brown of Owings ville was here last Wednesday and Thursday looking after royalty lie took an option on esloy Arm strongs four acres for 30 day Mr Brown was a pleasant guest of J W Ham Wednesday night Knob Lick Nice growing weather There is still some corn to plant Showery all week with M ieavy rain Sunday There will be more millet sown yearsI will be short on account of the douth The merchants at this place are doing a fair business There was quite an electric storm here Sunday evening Capt Pitman is nearly down with kidney trodble Some of the whoopingcough pa tients are having a hard time Very few stock passed here for the Owingsville market Monday There will be some developments in the oil fields in the near future Mr Corilda Otis who his been very sick is somo better at this timeBoss Hunt who has been down with a severe case of typhoid fever is some better 0Bornerow last Sunday warning a bouncing big boy The proposed oil company at Salt Lick died out from u well do fitted case of selfishness Bud Colliver of Grange City visited his father John P Culli ver of Clay City was also at bows The Junior Order will havo gathering in Crouchs wn ds the 4thof July if arrangements can be 0pedectod0- SStolLs All the tobacco has been act in this vicinity H C Fioklin has recovered from the mighty grip The weeds have about taken this neck of the woods Will Haney has been laid up tho past week with a boil Luck will not favor a man who depends entirely upon it Several frum bere attended Court at Owingsville Meriitfay Tbe trouble with the dead past is that it wont stay buried L E Griggs of Mt Sterling was hero one day last week Miss Hattie Seerest of nea- tJudy is visiting relatives hero Will Atchison of Owiogeville was bore on business last week Machinemade poetry is not al ways the raiult of a typewriter I All the world loves a lover except the fellow who has been cut out The Stoops boys are going to or ganize a baYeball team in the neat Iiiture Last weeks rains proved to be destructive to the clods In this vicinity Jag Gregory was the guest ol friends near North Middletown Saturday and Sunday 0jjTnulbee of Frankfort came last week to be with his Wife at Dr J If Waldeoks Mrs Sarah Bridges and son liar ion wore the guests of relativee at- M t Sterling Thursday Mrs A W Byrd was the guest of her parent ym Hart and wife on Roes Run let week Cutworms and wireworms are doing considerable damage to tobacco that has htrt set out Mrs Sara R MqOlure of Clark Co visited relatives in the Spring field neighborhood iat week Hack Shrout and wife of near Mt Sterling vislt ctKrSs par oUts S M Warner and wife Sun day Mrs Ohio Perry and children will return to their home at Gin cinnati this week after a two weeks visit to relatives bore Booker Washington advises all the unemployed of his race togo tQ raising chickens Booker is evi dently on the lookout for bis people See our samples and get our prices and we will 40yqur job wprkt SS f r0S oS irri W e CrooKs wi bad a good rain Sunday Several from here nttendedCourt in OwingsvilroMondtiylied Lewis of color wife of Wash LewIslJaraosHorton went to Winchester last Tuesday on buiucn nttcndodChurchJoo Donahew of PinV Grove visited relatives here last week Omar Wilson shipped a carload of hogs to Cincinnati Thursday daughtarMiss Beachio Croiichyof Owings ville visited friends here Thurs day Misses Carrie Coper and Nina Phelp of OwingsIllo were here Friday Mrs Cole Jackldn of Olympia visited relatives i Saturday and Sunday Mart Jackson wife and daugh ter visited relatives nt Knob Lick Saturday and Sunday Arch Hover m ale of Reynolds villa visited bis parent here from 9 Saturday until Monday 7 Slepstonp Our band is gettiht tcady for the 4th and other engagements Mrs Robt Ragnn eitunday with her uncle Joe Rat abdfaro ily Miss May Stout epefltsTtCday and Wednesday in Mt Sterllnjc on businessThos Barnes of Mt Sterling was hero Monday visiting his son inlaw Henry S Dull and family- G W Carter and faally j A Carmichael and family spent Sun day with J H Myers and family Miss Mary P Lylof MtMrj ling spent most of last week here visiting her uncle C B Reid and wife J S Treadway put up a fence for Maxey Bros and one for W T Turley here Monday along tbe rail road Tibbs Groenwnde Burl and Wm Jones were aLaJeIYenonvihle calling on Miss Lillian Ramsey SundayMiss Emma L Montjoy of EWI Ingtn was here visiting her sister dayslutRobt Lyons of Orange Texas our old friend woe here Friday and Saturday visiting his brother inlaw Uncle J T Powers Quite a crowd of our people was at the Children day exercises giv en at Union Church lat Sunday nicht and they report everything in Gtttoloss condition the children having done well Well we had a week of rain last weekand what is best of all it came no nicely just fast enough for the ground to drink it up ns it fell Firmem ore all smiles now with about nil their corn and tobacco lout and growing Salt Lick i Mill Krans has been quite uk Miss Stella KirJrcliJo e t Co visited in two last weekIMrs W W Barnes returned Thursday tom a tendays visit to Winchester Butler Donaldson and wife of Winchester spent Saturday with Roll Ratliff aud wife Col Henry Ewing who is ver- ypopularnmonghe young ladies was In town Sunday Mrs Fenton Atchison and Miss Ann Roberson visited in Olympia Saturday and Sunday An Iowa oil and gas QoWianj has leased Henry Wills IATW uth of town and is drilling gaTOryoung day night which was very much enjoyed Mr Collier an oil driller has moved into the new cottage en Maple St bslonging to Mrs Kautz of Farmers W 0 Pierce and wife ofLou II havebkvisiting the formers parents J M Pierce and wife for several iiojf Miss Carylon Bates retu1qd to her homo Scran ton Monda after a lengthy ltlto her tar Mrs Press JaekwB aUhelawnIsupper was lars instead of ninetyeight was printed in last leueTJunior Lodge at thit place will give a picnic at the reunion grounds on July 4tb Preparations art beI lag made for a grand title Mrs E E Dawson returned Thursday from a visit to West Liberty She was accompanied home by her sister Miss Maxey John Dickereon lost by death a twoyearold CTiir She jumped in to a potato patch and in driving her out he threw a rock breaking her leg Bro Tinsley preached an Jnter eating sermon Sunday afternoon and received four additions to the church The stormy threatening weather kept a great many from hearing him Thurs ton Royce left June 3d for- tSt Louis Mo He will undergo treatment IB a hospital there aud expects to remain there some time We hope to see Cap greatly bone fited on his return One day last week Mrs Austie Shouse caught a pigeciBr supposed to be a carrier as there Is a gold band around one leg with two in itials engraved thereon She says anyone proving it to be theirs by describing ietin havo it r I o i SlateValley MaAon Vice and Robert Toyor Flat Creek visited relatives here Sunday Mrs Peter hart aria children of Prestou visited her parents hero ust week We are having plenty of rain ow Gardens and cropiof RIIJ inds arc very late z Foxes killeV2O young tutker8 Cur Mrs Slim hultz and 26 Ur Mrs Cuba Svra gar 0Elderinteresting sermon to a wellfilled houeo here Friday night Jf Mica Jennie Stone ficcompanled her aunt Mrs Peter Hurl here lasY week an J BtayedJlhtil Sunday bMrohome Tueeday after a weeks visit with her niece Mrs ButUr Toyt Mrs Butler Toy has been quiti poorly for some time Mrs Enl Sorroll is poorly Mr and Mri John Jones have both been sick Misses Eva and Lillie Johnson olf Flat Creek were guests of their grandpaCents Martin Jones and wife Saturday and Sunday and attended church here f Elder Dawson filled his appointment here Sunday He preaches herO the first Sun ay in eacrl month Ho thoroughly understand his business and is aware that Slate Valley Church needs a thor ougb rpusiag up My items failed to roach the of ice last week Of course it doesnt make much difference to the folks herev but it is a sad disappointmens to thore who patronize the paper InI the far West besides I had the anI nouncement of Elder Tinsleys meeting here Friday night which failed to be published and I know mj itetor were in the postoffloe by eight oclock Monday morning and it never reached TOE OUTLOOK of fice until Wednesday Upper Prickly Ash Marshall Stone has beep on tie sick list fore week Hugh Roe spent Sunday with friends on Flat Creek Frank Hendrix bought three heifers of Hewitt at 3Jc Miss Ashley Clark of FlafCreek visited at George Kerre Sunday Perry Goodpatter and wife visited relatives in Montgomery Co last weekRobert L Stone sold a 4 year old hay horse to Dock Saunders for 1125 George Sousley of Fleming Co visited W W Case and wife Sun day night Mrs Martha Allen of Ashland visited her son Thomas Allen and wifo last Week Mrs Frances Hamilton is visit lag her son Stanton und wife on RottV Run this week Master Bruce Ratliff of near Preston in visiting little MIll Rlizubeth Ratlifftbis week Win Phelpa and wit of near Reynnldsville were guests of John son Stone and family Sunday Mrs W W Case and Mrs Al manna Stone attended Childrens day services at WyomTng Sunday Mrs Rt TjAnlvr rf Stas rs tillild h felilhiJkn Maa4 anu 1 r tj dunday undaySNathaniel Markland sold a pals of mules to John Wilson for 206 and bought a heifer of Cabo Rat liff at 3o- Caleb Ratliff wife and daughter Elizabeth visited Samuel Ratliff and family near Preton Satur day and Sunday Mrs Jennie Hamilton and sos Coburn visited Alfred Moore and wife in Montgomery Co from Fri day till Sunday Odessa iBUlIIGarfte1d Anderson delivered his crop of tobacco Tuesday to John LVicQaGopsn1b Thos L Jones and tenant John Riddle delivered their tobacco tn Ceo Aleed1of Owingsville John Bradley left tbe first of last week forchisbome iHoppston Ill after a weekg stay on business in this county Mn Homer Stephana oflndiana arrived here mat week on a two months visit to her mother and other relatives the county aJkagoTbenceit showers made a lIght Beaeea though by showering evvery day a1ot everybody got done setting tobacco and the prospect ii now that plants will all live JA Harbor line one stead of bees that have put put three good sized swarms inside of two weeks toa day The first swarm carne out Monday a week ago second came out IastSuixday June 7and another one Monday Whoae bees have beaten that Ida Wilson the 12 yelr old daughter of Mr and Mrs William Wilsop of Smoky Road wtel had been seriously sick for the psut two orlhree weeks with typhoid fever and diphtheria died Monday morning We extend urYJ hi o the bereaved family in JFiIrow and to father and lIsisters and brother we cam bt JWeepSlcfI uows no pain doth nowr map 7Asleep on Jesus breast Bro T S Tinsley in spite pftho rain Thursday evening had aTlarge crowd more than could got in the oueo to hear him at White Oak e Church Thursdaynight Quito jx r r J i1 I iiI c jf rr 11 t i jti J f fi i rJo c fffl 1 t r = JC id m j + su N El 4rffY t r rt fU l 6 During thmontli of June Iwill make great t I uts iutlie prices of Clothing Shoes Hats fE anti JFurhishing Goods I have too many 5i 1if ods and must unload If I cant get my ifl vrJV Ipiice I will take yours Come in and see jfff and you wont get out without a trade if W yowcome to bUTirlif 7 J JAMES GILLON i ikimW Vr6ll hEre attended his Fridyhg15Qferftowl g again quite a num er went to Owingsvillo Sunday i1ghttti attend his me there His sermons ns usual were pure Gospel nt State Valley and White Okv There were cheerful contri butions at both places and the tnifty friends of Bro Titiley here all that her methimJ- wlttttilti1 success In his thirteen rieetingi and a safe return to his how lad family in Louisville S voyards Letter Continued from first page when strikes were on foot The Democratic party heldu convention expelled enough delegates to givo tho Pops twothirds of the membership condemned Cfeveland applauded Dobs nominated abDY orator and got an awful licking that waR repeated in 1900 That is what the Populist party cost the Democratic party Is it anywonder that a real Democrat rejoices that it has concluded to dissolve and go back where it came fromThus the Democratic party will hue opportunity 16 be Democratic again SAVOYARD PRACTICAL TEST Engineer Hie there Getoff the track you idiot What do you mean by eUngin front of a locomotive McGoogan 01 Jest had no IoU insured an Oita aftber loin din out if the coompanydo be reliable Coom on wid yet ould tay kittle Chicago News PAPA AND TDECoulnTell me frankly count how much you owe Really sare your questions covers me wiz confusion Thats all right Confide in me If you are to marry my daughter I want you to be open and libneat How much do you owe Nossing Nothing You owe nothing Alas eel ees too true Nobody will trust ame Cleveland Plain Dealer dayaIago seven eight years beard older people speaking of skeletons The seven yearold boy listened intently to the conversation when the elder buy with aojnir of superior knowl edge saidabruptly You dont know what a skeleton is I do youngertil1 do II bWell now what is it IIt bones with the people off Lippincotts Magazine A SLPDnI3No SAruE 5 fje y tkjf girls nt a 5t- suit we j rf a vAUuvro t i fermance for a local cliariy A ungmanwho thought himself fa cetious tossed upon tbe stage after one of the turns a bouquet whose chief ingredient was a head at cabbage The girl who recivct this offering of appreciation read the card that accompanied it and advanced to the footlights It gives me great pleasure she said to know that Mr Morgan has enjoyed my performance I hoped that the audience would like it but I never expected for a moment that Mr Morgan would so far lose bis head as to throw it upon the stage Ex BurLxcrooKs or A BACHELOR It isa great trial to some women that it jsnot proper for them to get photographed in their night gowns Probably women would have a onate fondness for openwork stockings if they didnt have any legs prouderIa ed States Senator is the intimate friend of a friend of a Senator Women get as much pleasure out If thinking of the big things their husbands are going to do as their husbands do out of doing them New York Press CLXYEB STORT FROJC CllIATbe new Chinese Ambassador isa con versationist of some brilliance Here ia a Chinese story ba told in Washington the other day The ruler of a province had oc casion to visit a certain prison The prisoners gathered about bio and each besought a pardon Each prisoner IB a word was innocent and each demanded therefore his liberty But the Governor noticed ou convict who said nothing This fellow with cheerful air kept at his appointed task giving tho AUgI nit tiliJo no heed He was sent for My friend the Governor said to him why do look so well content and why do you alone re fraia to aak for a parden Your excellency replied the onviot I was a great villain in mrtime The crimes I cosomitted t Beyond number and the- neeIB for hem was 3acjL lighter then- o deserved iee I BIH pt K9p4 f erDd aiTEI pike JIG I te libfity rhe GRverpt IIT4sd sum cioned Jk Itoft DisebargetlifB Miiked dog at lm4 ehe said If l i suffer- edYe14rcjp he Jll1 Infallibly IhnQceqt compo Jona =Es Irf0 i FIi= 7 i f rr Ait A ic rf1J tr v fiY i P G 5e iC 1 r i78 THOS J JONES tfLivery Feed Sa1oSbleO- WINGSVILLE KY lbuyerswith Preston Station ijV fPf W S GUDGELL tW ATTYA1LAW i J Office with R oudgelt ft Son f OWING3VILLEKY J OLD BICKORstrength for the weak comfort for the streBg 31 pleasant and harmless invigbratioB for both Rich and aeow Old l z Kentucky whisky Sold by S P 1 Atchison t L 7 SPRINtS1903 rJ lEliiie i rass Nurse ries Fruit and ornamental trees ffape 4 vines small fruit asparagus rhu barb and everything for orchard lawn and garden Strawberry ant general catalogue on request Both t T J51ILEXINGTON Kt t i r- S1zprlngs Hotel J for season Inn 1t rOJuneagement Opening ball June 19th For terms ap ply to J PLSPENCE11SC c o OLYf1PIA KY b FHas It V It OccurredTo yon that it is time to be think lag about that ring The wedd j ring ill Ihu outwnrd and visible sign of the union of hearts that Is for ever cherished Guarded with wntchf n care clung to in the hours of dirt distress ittbouhlla luud r ru Ttrfriimv it is such buy of a eVsMe Trustworthy jeweler Our voiding rings are lucky rings Arid love what changes we have sey AVhnt cares nnd pleasures tooSines you becamcmy own dear wHo itfWhen this old rlug was new f i BASCOM STURGELL JEWELER Owingsville Ky PUbliC Notice f1 r Bath County Fiscal Court Special iTerm Doo 20th It is ordered bY the of Bath county that the 1902tthis Court and Bath notice that all persona stoc JfJ on any of the turnpike roads off iBath county which are owned by said county will for each offence f iVIng1 commissioners of the road districts are to report all offences of this 1 Iikind in their respective districts to the County Attorney who shall procure warrants for each offender Lti FlawIt ig further ordered that all land fholders owning or in any way gov ierning land lying and adjacent to any of the turnpike roads ownediby Bath county mutt within 12 months from the 1st uny ui can uaryt1903 remote or cause to bljremoved all fending wherein f is encroachment upon the rl of way of said turnpike roads cepi where the same has been b1JCi ed by consent of governizgauthor ity previous to the ownornhip Bath coifnty And nil persons fail Ji lug or refusing to obey tbi5 order Awithin the time herein specified shall bYthe turnpike commisfioni j ers of each turnpike district of Bath county be reported to the At i torney Jorv coUutywbo shall 3 v ittwduectatotIon rennived jind the parties proi eouted for Bafraa s JNO A DATJGHERTY J B F O A copy attest lyJ T Peters Clerk By T J Peters D C I Jno A Daugherty Presiding Judge of the Oath County Fiscal Court in pursuance of the above of aid Court do hereby give PUBLIC NOTICE to all persons in li Bath county who have or who may Violate either of the above said or ders that they from this date de sist from these offense and comply with tho requirements above stated This Jan 1st 1003 fJ- NO JA D AIIG II SRTY Jn1qS iq Aii e i 4 tI4lSS i